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At Steriingville, at 10 A. M, May sth 1866.
•' Factoryville, " " " 12th '
" Jfortbraoreland. " •' " J^th
• Red School house Monroe, " jj6j"
• Mehoopany, • " " " \< l * ',
•• Jenningsville " " J®'* 1
Nicholson, ; "d
•• Y ...win. " " " 29th "
i. V ' " " 25th "
** Tunkhannock, r®™ 1
. o < 9 •' June 10th for the
leaning of professional certificates to those deserving
W. LAMONTE, Co Sup'i.
Tunkhannock, May, Bth 18fg
To the Ladies!
MRS. T. A. MILLER,
MAS JUST OPENEO FOURTH DOOR BELOW POST OFFICE
n WARREN STREET, n new
where can be found the best assortment of Millinery
•goods in Wyoming County. Having selected her
goods herself and exclusively lor
and as her stock consists of articles too numerous
to chronicle, she vroulc invite the la lies to call and
examine for themselves before purchasing elsewhere.
BONNET REPAIRED ON SHORT
Tunkhannock, May 2J, 18(jg
SPRNG AND SUMMER
returns her sincere thanks to the Ladies of
and Vicinity, and would inform them that she nas
removed to her new Store —first door east of Wright
A Co'B Banking Office, with greater facilities than
heretofore enjoyed' Having just returned from the
AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT
SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY,
she can and will offer superior inducements to every
rummer." Atrangcinenw have been computed fur
FASHIONABLE ORESS AND CLOAK-MAKING
in all its varieties
DRESS TRIMMINGS, ORNAMENTS,
BUTTONS, BELTS, BUCKLES,
and a full assortment of FANCY GOODS kept oon
etantly on hand.
Tunkhannock, Oct, 11 1665.
A LA MODE, •
I .AT EST FROM NEW YORK
MRS. A. G. STARK, TAKES PLEASURE IN
again informing her friends, and the ladies gen
erally that she has received, and is still receiving
a new and well selected assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Consisting of HATS. BONNETS. RIBIIONS
FLOSSES, FEATHERS, LACES, HEAD
DRESSES, and, in short all art.cl.s usually
found in a
She solicits a call from all requiring GOODS in
her line, before purchasing elsewheie. Mrs Stark
can be found at the house formerly occupied by Hen
ry Stark in the borough of Tunkhannock, ready and
willing to serve all who may favor her with a call.
We have secured the services of an experienced
and at all times will be prepared to Fit and Mk
Presses in the latest and most approved manner.—
Soliciting your calls before purchasing elsewhere, we
MRS . A.G.STARK-
Tank . Oct. 11th 1868
Having purchased the entire interest in the Pho
tographic Gallery in this place, I take pleasure in
informing my friends and the public in general that
I am prepared to produce pictures of every descrip
CARTES DE ViSITE,
IVORYTYPES, &C, &C,
Being possessed of every facility, I FEEL CON- I
FIDENT of giving entire satisfaction. All are re- |
quested to call and examine, and
"Seise the shadow, ere the substance fade."
All kinas of colored work done at the shortest no
tice and in the best style of the art. Also rll kinds
of copying done from old pictures, from card to life
sise. Satisfaction guaranteed
L. W. HERMANS.
Tuak. Apr 11th, 1366.
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TM MASOH A HAMLIMJCABIWET ORGAN* forty
# oa*j I, ' to sacred and eulars, music
for SO dollars to 600 each Fifto-one gold or silver
t!i i .or other first premiums, awarded them
SA Catalogue, free Address, MASON A
HAMLIN. Boston, er MASON Brothers, New York. 1
3-.-19—1866 R. M.
The place to "buy Good Goods and buy them cheaper than anywhere else
in this or surrounding Counties, is at the
, OLD STAND AND NEW FIRM OF ROSS MILLS, 8 CO.
Corner of Tioga and Warren St, where can be found a new and well selected Stock of
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, GROCERIES,
HARDWARE. CROCKERY, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, & SHOES,
PAINT*, PAINT BRUSHES, OIL, BUILDERS HARDWARE,
GLASS, SASH, PUTTY, NAILS AND IRON
' OF ALL SIZES, Ac. See.
1 We call especial attention to our Stock of
Sugars, Teas, Coffees, Spices &c. &c.,
! Which were bought at the very lowest Gold Standard, and will be sold at a very small advance for
PRODUCE OR CASH. ALSO a well selected Stock of
GNTS FUMISHING GOODS,
TRUNKS, VALISES, Ac. &c., Atao
; MACKEREL BY THE BARREL OR lb. COD FISH. D UTCUESS
Co PORK, all of which we will Bell at a very small advance
<> City Cos rul'ng at date of Sale ! !
Don't forget to look through and price our Stock!
ROSS,MILLS <fc Co.
Tunkhannock, April 30, 16CC. _
DR. XJ. T. EITDJVS;
I! nRHID ALE CITY.
Would inform the citizens of Tunkhnnoock and
vicinity that he is now permanent ly located in this
village for th- purpose ol attending to all Profes
sional calls, with which he may be favored.
TEETH INSERTED ON
Particular attention paid to Filling and Extract
ALL WORK WARRANTED
. OR NO SALE?
All p-rsor.s are invited to call bef>re getting work
done elsewhere NO CUARG-. for examination of
ROOMS at P. C.
Burns Jewelry Store
opposite Wall's Ho
H. BARHAM & CO.
Have o[>etied a
In S. Stark's bloek. one door below the Bank
Made by Mr. B.rham himself, or under his per
sonal supervision, by competent workmen, of the
CLOTHS, CASSIMERS, VESTINGS
and a general assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
constantly on hanl and for sale,
H. BARNAM A Co
Tunk Pa. Ma- 1, 18g6,
Tioga Street, Tunkhannock, Pa.
MRS. K. LEASE.
HAVIN n lately opened a new Fancy Store,, of
fers for sale an entirely new assortment of
Dress Trimmings, White Goods. Embroideries
Ladies Zepher, in all colors. Kid Gloves. Cuffs and
Collars. Lace, Veils, Corsetts, Ladies No. kties, best
quality of Combs, Needles and Thiead of the best
quality, and Fancy Notions of every variety, a
large stock of
Including China, Bronze, Papier Mache Tin, Rose
wood, Glass, Pewter, Wooden, Parian and Candy
Cosmatics Ac , Such as Pomades, Oils, Bandolina,
bloom of youth and Paints, Rouge, Lilly White Ac.
MRS. E. LEASE.
Tunkhannock, May 1, 1866
The advertiser, having been restored to health in
a few weeks by a very simple remedy, after having
suffered for several years with a severe lung affec
' tlon, and that dread disease. Consumption- is anx
ious to make known to his fellow-sufferers the means
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the
prescription used (free of charge) with the direction
for preparing and -using the same, which they will
find a SURF. CURB tor CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA. BROS- !
CBITIS, CocGHf . COLDS, and all Tbroat and Lung A
fections The only object of the advertiser in sendl J
ing the Prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and
spread information which he conceives to be invalu
able, and he hopes every sufferer will try hisremed,
as it will oostjhem nothing, and may prove a bless '
Parti-swishing the prescription, FREE. by return
f mail, will please address. ,
RET. EDWARD A. WILSON.
Williamsburgh, Kings Co., New Yerk.
Frank M. Buck
Has just, opened, at the store house formerly oc
cupied by C T, Marsh, one door below Baldwin's
Hotel, in Tunkhannock,
where he is prepared to sell eve -ything in the line
ol Family Groceries at prices far below those here
tofore asked for them
His stock was selected and purchased by
MR. A. G. STARK
n ffcrson. whose intimate acquaintance with then
rade. and dealer*, enabled him to purchase at prices
Mr. Stark's services as salesman, also, have been
In the article of Teas, both as t prices and
GINGER. PEPPER, SPICE, CINAMON
CLOVES. NUTMEG. MUSTARD,
CRE A Mr TARTAR,
POWDER, SHOT AND LEAD.
ffITC 41 ITS OF ALL
FLAVORING EXTRACTS FOR PUDDINGS,
1 IbS, CUSTARD AND ICS CREAM.
SPICE SALMON & SARDINES,
in boxes—a fine artiele for Pie-nie, fishing and
! pleasure parties,
Constantly on hand, and furnished in any quanti
I ty desired, on short notice*
A Urge and varied assortment of
LAMPS, LAMP CHIMNEYS
GLOBES AND WICKS,
N. B.— WOOL, HIDES, FURS, AND
gHEEP PELTS, purchased for cash or
trade, for which tha highest cash prices
will he paid, *
; Sail sift fiamjtte.
1 T. BUCK.
Tankhanneek, J aaet
of Unseated Land in "Wyoming Co.
Notice is hereby given, that under and by virtue
of the several acts of assembly of the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania, passed for the Collection* of Taxes
on unseated lands, the Treasurer of Wyomine Co,
will on the second to wit 11th June A. D. lSgg
at the Court House in the Borough of Tunkhannock
expose to Public Sale the following traots and parts
of tract* of unseated land for the taxes and costs OR
sale to commence at one o'clock P. M,
ACRES. WARRANTEE NAMES. TAX EB.
417 Bowman Francis 5 42
439 Buchannan John 5.72
424 Clark Peter 5.44
340 Clark Jatnes 4 42
435 Hastings Selh 5.06
420 Clark Thomas. 5.44
420 Lock Thomas 5.44
439 Bridge James 5.72
439 Fisk Wm 5.72
439 Fowls Samuel 5.75
203 bowman Joseph 7,21
200 Betterton Win 7,10
406 Bowman Soloman 14.41
400 Baker or Barton John 14.21
300 Bowman Joshua 10,C3
406 llartlett Joseph -•••14,41
406 Bird or Baitd Benj 14.41
266 Boyce John 9 45
214 Clymer Daniel 7.58
100 Cotringer James 3 73
300 Caroion Michal 10 62
406 Carman Satnuel 14.41
405 " Nicholes ~14,41
153 " John ...5.41
100 Campbell Robert 3.73
4()6 Belong Peter 14.41
406 " Simon 14 41
203 " William 7,21
410* Dewitt Moses 14,54
203 Belong John 7,21
153 Dewitt Aaron 5,41
103 u Andrew 3 66
153 " Thomas 5,41
220 Benr.ison Thomas 7,81
400 Elliott Polly 14.20
406 Fi-h Thos 14,41
469 Fry J-hn 7.82
450 Fish Joseph 15.28
203 Gore Daniel 7.21
150 Grant Paul 4.34
439 Hal! Wm 15.62
400 Ilay Henry 14 20
439 Hail or Hill Sarah 15 G2
400 Knox James 14.20
400 " David 14.20
203 Kindall Wm. S. 7,21
77 King Samuel 2,7g
400 Knox John 14,20
400 " Samuel % 14,20
400 King Simon 14.20
180 Latv Wm 637
430 L n x Sarah 15.27
214 Landers George 7.64
440 Mmskgnve Israel 15,62
401 " Mose 14 26
410 McClure Robert 14 55
410 (> Samuel 14 55
150 McLanghlen John 5 32
100 McL"Ughlen Jauies 3.55
100 Morris Wm 3,55
439 Muzzy Wm 15.62
439 " Amos 15.62
439 MeClure James 15 62
340 Miller Henry 1205
400 Oker John 14.20
90 Patten James 3 40
20 " Wm 71
400 " Charles 14,20
410 " Isaac 14.55
409 Payne George 14 41
219 Reed Collisn 7 82
201 Renshaw Richard 7.13
330 Smith Richard 13,47
200 Stephen Anna 7,10
439 " Simon 15.62
410 Stewart George 14 55
299 Srhull P-ter 7,10
260 Todd James 9.21
437 " John Jr. 15.64
400 White Andrew 14.20
325 " Samuel 11.48
45 Ward John 1.64
190 Ward James 6,75
304 White Robert 10,80
400 " Jatnes 14 20
400 u John. 14 20
420 Yarrirgton John 14,69
406 Bark ley Hannah 14,41
175 Piles Wm 5,64
406 Paine Maria P 14.41
406 Stephens Perry 14 41
437 Lenox Robert 15.64
113 Ramsey & II Trumbell 2.94
439 Betterfon Jacob 13 86
206 Bradler Hannah 6.39
203 • Bailey Dnah 6 30
521 " Daniel 10 08
400 Campbel.l James 12.60
400 " Margret 12.60
389 Daugherty Richard 12 60
406 Downing Reuben 12 79
406 Davis Jnhnathan Jr 612,79
400 Derbyshire John 12 60
376 Belong Fanny 11.83
200 E*pv George 6.30
400 Gulhy Eunice 12 60
400 Gruhb Peter 12 60
408 Gridley Daniel 12,85
400 Harmison Wallace 12 60
380 McKnight David 1210
400 McCoy Ephraim 12,60
410 Nash Phineas 12.88
409* Pierce John 12,88
400 Palmer Wm 12.60
439 Rcnshavr Ann 4 13 76
439 • John 13,76
388 Stewart Mary 12 22
439 Stephen Simon 13.76
418 Smith Peter 13,15
406 Tripn John .• 12.78
406 Todd John 12.78
410 Barklev George 16 60
65 Bittle Samuel 2,65
400 Covel Mathew 16,20
262 Covel Oralia 10'63
410 Davis Ilnldah 16,60
25 Crispin James 1.00
420 Frisk Jabez 16 60
410 Hall James . 1.06
410 Kelly Joseph 16.60
410 " Daniel 16 60
395 Mason Abraham 12,47
175 McCoy Ann 7.12
100 Morris Wm 4.03
123 • PhiUipps Thomas 4,63
44* Fritz Christopher.. J 114
63 Henry Fab 1,64
441 Hepler George 11,46
150 Thompson Wm 3,92
145 Thompson Samuel 3,76
145 Peckham A. K 3,76
90 Hampton Samn 2,34
61 Hampton Samn 1.58
S. H. JENKINS,
Treasurer's Office, >
Tonkhaitßoek April i j 4
Mercantile Appraisement for 1800.
The undersigned having been appointed Mercan
tile appraiser for the County of Wyoming, for rhe
year 1866, hereby certifies the following to be a cor
rect list of assessment of retailers in I-'oreign Mer
chandise, with their names, class, and rate in the
several towbships in said County, to wit:
CLA.F NAMES RATS
13 B. Wakemau A Co 110,00.
13 Stevens A Taylcr, 10,00
13 Bunnell A Brother . 10.00
12 Frear A Dean " 12.50
12 W. Gardner AS-n 1^,50
13 W. Briggs A Son 10,00
14 Jacob Carpenter
13 Wheelock A Co. 10,00
14 C.Sherwood 7.00
13 S G.Miller 10,00
14 O. H, B urge St • 7,00
14 ll* Hitchcock 7,00
ME HOOP A.NV.
13 Win. H. Barnes A Co. 10,00
13 Wm. Jennings 10,00
12 Jennings A Co. 12,. K 0
14 Henry Love 7J.0
11 Sterling A Son 15,00
12 I) Hnnkinsoa 12 50
12 E. Meritt 12,50
14 Jacob Hallow 7,00
14 E Montross 7.50
11 Hallstend A Yanbuskirk 15,00
13 Wm. 0 GarJner A Co.* 10 00
13 N. P Wilcox 10.00 •
12 C C. Birga 12,50
14 Squier A Billings 7,00
14 S, L. Tiffany 7,00
13 H. Keelf r 10,00
13 Howard A Winters 10.00
14 # A. L. Carey A Co. 7,00
14 Win. C.Garey 7.00
14 E. S. Bower. 7,00
11 Ross Mills A Co. 15,00
12 Daniel Wright 12,00
13 John Weil 10,00
13 C. P. Miller 10.00 .
14 Geo. Leightun 7,00
14 Ransler Kos? 7,00
14 Frank Buck A Brother 7, r 0
14 Jutin Stcmples 7.00
13 F . L. Setir.er A Co. 10,00
12 F.Bunnell A Co, 12,50
14 Zrba Lett 7.00
14 Iliram S. Graves 7,00
13 Geo W. Furinan A CO. 10,00
15 F. W. Zimmerman 7,00
An appealiwill be held at the Court House, in the
Borough of Tunkhannock, on Saturday the 2J day
of June 1860, for those who may feel aggrieved bv
PAIL. C. CLAYTON.
Appraiser of Mercantile taxes.
The undersigneb having purchased of Mr. C. M
Koon, the rooms recently occupied by him as
has removed there his stock of Goods, from "Stark*
Brick Block" and with various other additions, is
prepared to supply the public with anything in his
line, at a
SMALLER ADVANCE UPON COST
THAN ANY OTHER MAN DAIiE
His old customers need not be toia the y w be
dealt by fairly, and honorably, whilejas ma we
as shall see fit to favor him wilh their pat ro ge
shall have no reason to regiet having aided in sua
taining an institution where goods can always b
bought for their true value, and
NONE BUT GOOD ARTICLED KEPT,
His stock consists in part of a general a rtinens
GROCERIES HID PROVISIONS-
Nuts Fruits and Candies,
Tobacco and Snuff,
AND FRU T CANS,
BOOTS SHOES, STONE AND
TIN WARE, HATS. CAPS, KEROSENE
OTL, AND PFRE CIDDR VINEGAR,
FARMING UTENSILS, PATENT PAILS, WOOD
EN PAILS, POWDER AND SHOT,
and an endless variety of
Ac. Ac., all of whEh will be seld for cash, or
changed for anything that farmers have to sell,
Tunkhannock, July 20, 1865.
N 8.-CASH PAID FOR BUTTER. LARD
FGGS FUKS, SKINS, PELTS, Ac.
v4n4B G L
A Lecture to Young 3len.
PfSlWfSl J ug f published, in a sealed envelope
Price 6 cents A Lecture on the na
wil lure, treatment and radical cure of
>permat orliaa, or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary
Emissions, Sexual Debility and Impediments to
Marriage generally. Nervousness, Consumption.
Epilepsy, and fits: Mental and Physical Incapaci
ty, resulting from Self Abuse. Ac. By f Robert J.
Culverwell, M. D., author ol the "Greenßook," Ac.
The world renowned author, in this admirable
Lecture, clearly proves, from his own experience,
tha the awful consequences of Self Abuse may be
effectually removed without Medicine, and without
dangerous surgical operatiors, bongles, instruments,
rings, or cordials, pointing out a mode of cure at
once certiyn and effectual, by which every sufferer,
no matter what his condition tuny be, may
cure himself cheaply, privately and radically.
This Lecture will prove a boon to thousands.—
Sent under seal to any address, in a plain, sealed
envelope, on receipt of six cents, or two postage
stamp*. Also Dr Culvarwoll's Marriage Guide,
price 25 cents. Address
CHAS. S. C. KLINE A CO.,
127 Bowery, New York. P. q- box 4566,
Our letter A Family Sewing Ma
ehine. with all the new improvements, is the best,
and cheapest and most beautiful Sowing Machine in
the world. No sther Sewing Mftchine has so much
i capacity for a great range of Work, including the
delicate and ingenious processes of Hemming
Braiding, Binding Embroidering, Felling, Inciting
Cording, Gathering, Ac,, Ac,
i The Branch Offices are well supplied with Silk'
j Twist. Thread, Needles, Oil, Ac,, of the very best
Send for a Pamphlet,
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
458 Broadway, New York,
810 CHESTNUT STREET
HARVET SICKLER. Agent,
An Ordinance directing the grad
ing and laying of Ride or Foot walkf
j on certain Streets in the Borough of
: Section lf.
Be it Ordained by the Bi rgesi and Town Council
; of the Borough of Tunkhannock, and it ifl hereby
: ordained by the authority of the same, that the
. owners of lots fronting on TIOOA STHRKT, in said
' Borough—on the north 6ide thereof—from the ce
j nal-bridge near th- Aqueduct, to the comer at Put
i man street, and on the south side tb-. "of from the
' premises of John Keating, to the cornet at Put man
street ; and tl at the owners of lots ti "ding on
TURNPIKE or BRIDGE STREET— on the . t aide
| thereof, from the canal-bridge embankment near
| E Wbeeloek's store-house, to the corner at Se nd
j street and on the wes' side thereof from the em
j bankraent aforesaid to the corner at Tioga street;
1 and that the owner? of lots fronting on WARRSK
STREET —on the east side thereof—from the canal
bridge embankment, near Gearhart & Co's Foua
dery, to the corner of the Public (Court-house)
i square, at Mariou Street; and on the west side
: thereof fr-ra the embankment last aforesaid to the.
: corner of the Public square nt Marion street ; and
that the owners of lots fronting on PUTNAM STREET,
on the east side thereof from the premises, late the
e tat-e of Benson Jones dee'd., to the corner of the
Public square at Marion street ; and on the west
I side thereof from the corner at Tioga street, to the
! corner at Clay street ; and tht the owners of left
fronting on MARION Street on the south side therof
i and that the owners of lots fronting on SECOKD
! Street, on the south side thereof be required; and
i that the said lot owners are hereby required and
d'reotcd to grn ie the side or foot-walks in front of
their premises and lot? respectively, and lay down,
j build and construe: upon the same, good and sub
stantial walk* of flagging or plank ; except upon
Putnam. Marion and Second streets, where such
walks may be of flagging, plank or gravel, at tl •
election of tba owners or builders.
And it is furtlier'ordained by the authority'atore
said, that the side or foot-walks on the north side
of Tioga street from the east side of C. P Miller's
Brick store to the corner at Warren street, and on
the east side of Warren street lrom the corner at
Tioga street to the north end of Brick block of
Perry Marry ; and on the east side of Turnpike
street from K. Wheeloek's store to the corner at
Tioga street, be built of a width not less than eight
feet--nd that all other walks be built of a width
not less th in live (5) feet.
And it is further ordained by".the authority afore*
said, that all plank walk? shail be of plank not less
than two inches in thickness ; the same to be laid
crosswise. The five feet walk, upon two. and the
eight feet walk, upon three sleepers or silts— aaid
| sills to be four by five inches in size, upon which the
I planks are to be securely spiked.
! Section <Wi
An l it is further ordained by tha authority afore
said that all the w tlks herein ordained and directed
to be made, shall be made and done under the di
rection and supervision of the Burgess and Town
Council, or a street commissioner by them appoint
ed—and that the s iid walks, or #ny part thereof, if
not made and finished on or before the Ist day of
June 1566, shall be built by the Borough, at the
cost and expense of the adjoining lot owner— which
cost and exp-nse, with '2O per rent added, shall be
entered as a lien npon such premises and collected
as is provided by the General Borough Laws of thie
JAMES YOUNG, Burgess.
HARVEY SICKLER, Sect'y of Town Council.
March 20. IS(j(j.
Will. O. GARDNER & CO.
have just received a large aid splendid stock •
goods cossisting of
BOOTS Jt SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
TRAVELLING BAGS and TRUNKS,
All goods e Id by us warranted as recommended.
Our aim "To keep good Good*,"
Our motto, "Not to be undersold."
In connection with the store is a
GAHMENTS CUT AND MADE IN THE
CAT EST STYLE.
PRODUCE TICIIS IBM.
W. 0. GARDNER & CO.
Adß -A. T
The Subscriber announces to the citizens of Tunk
ha..ncck and vicinity, that he is now opening a
MEW MEAT M A KET
OPPOSITE WALL'S HOTEL ON BBIDGE 83.
where by tho strictest attention to tb. wants of this
community; he hopes to receive tbeir patronage,—
He has now on hand a fine stock of fat cattle ; and
will hereafter const intly keep for sale
Beef, Mutton, Pork, Sausage, and'
I of a'.l kinds, at prices as
LOW AS CA JS BE AFFORDED.
.rr m eat delivered at the residences of cw
tomors in town, each da y, it desired.
H. W. RHOAD?.
Tank. Nov. 29, 1865. vsnl7tf
T-I E R " YEAR F
p. m We want agents ev
erywhere to sell our IMPROVED #2O Sewing Machine#
Thtee new kinds Under and upper feed. Warrea
ed five years. At>ove salary or large commission#
aid. The ONLV machines sold In the United States
por less r \ IViwhich ar e fully licensed by Dnce,
t Wheelech eldelson. Grottr A BaArcr, Singer if Co.
fund liacntsr. AW other cheap machines are tn
ingeman and the seller or user re liable to ar
est fine ]d impris enmenl. Citcnalars/res. Ad
press cal upon tfhaw k CHark, Biddeford, Mala