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• \ fix ECU TORS' NOTICB.
Notice is fSSTSSSt
i:* k. U*<|,.
under P- " ,h " ref ™ bring claims or
dem. nt"ga inStW • to make
th- known -inJ those indebted o it, to m.k. pay
ments without delay. g g BOWEN( E xecator .
i . i
Tetters Test" mentary on the .state of Sherman
Tomis l*te of Northmorelend Township dee'd , having
be-n rranfed the undersigned, ill tersoi s indebted
to 'd estate are requested to make immediate
pavipeat : find those having claims against said
dee d, will present theus duly authenticated without ,
WILLIAM THOMSON, Executor j
SHATTERED CONSTITUTIONS RESTORED by :
Helmbola'e Extract Bucbu.
Whereas, Letters of Administration to the Estate
of Albert Rosengnnt, late of baton. Tp <lec'd„ has
beD granted to the Subscriber all persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payments, and those basing claims against dee'd
wi" present the same duly uuthent'eatad without
and HANNAH ROSENGRANT,
Eaton, Pa March 23d 1967. Admits.
SUBPOENA IN DIVORCE.
O p Freeman ) In Court of Common Pleas of
rs . V Wyoming Co. No. 146 August
Ann Freeman jTerni, 1866,
LIBEL IN DIVORCE FROM THE BONDS OF
I. Mosos W Dewitt, igh Sheriff of the County
'ot Wyoming, hereby make known uuto th<> abore
named Ann F'reetuan. that she be and appear at the
Court of Common Pleas, to beheld at Tunkhannoek,
in and for Wv n ing Co on Monday tba Isth day
of April. A D, 1567, then and ihere to answer the
arid cm pi dot, and to sb.w cause, if any she hath,
whv the bonds of matrimony between herself and j
0 P Freeman her husband, shall n< t be dissolved.
M. W DEW ITT, Sheriff,
Tunkhmmck, March, Hi, 1867,
M ISPO4NA IN DIVORCE.
Lydia J. Gould,by her fin Court of Common Pleas
next friend Go Wil- >of Wyoming Co. No. 63.
liiiais. vs Ja men Gould. )Xr>v. term. 1866
LIBEL FOR DIVORCE FROM THE BONDS OF
I. Mor.es W, Dcwitt, High Sheriff of the County of
Wyoming hereby make known uuto the a'-ove nia
ed J .uies GouM, that he be and appear at 'he Court
of Common Pleas, fob.- held at Tunkhanno.k in and
for Wyoming Co. on Monday, the 15'h day of April
A D. 1867, then and there 'o answer the said com
plaint m; > to show cause, if any he hath, why 'h
bond" of Mafrimonv lastween himself and Lydia J,
Goula. his wileshaall not be dissolved,
M . DEW ITT, Sheriff.
Tunkhannoek, March 16th 1867.
ADMIN IH I'R ATOHS* NOTICE.
IE TTERS of Adinin'stration, on the estate of
j Samuel Carey, late of Nor'hmorel.ind Township
Wyoming Ceuntv, dee'd, having been granted the
undersigned - notice is hereby given t all persous
indebted ti said .-state to uake immediate ptytnent;
and ill (lersuos ha vug claim- against said eeedent.
to preS' nt th m duly- authenticated, for settlement,
without delay , to
J M CAREY.
Cent re more! and. Mar. 12th, 1967.
GOING! GOING!! GONE!!!
II iTin.: taken out a License under the United
States Dw- as an auctioneer , ami having had sev
eral vi ar T experience in the busines ; the subscri
ber fl iticr.- huu-elf that he can sell g'svds, chatties,
and teal estate it Puiilio Sato or Vendue at prices
that will suit the seller, if not the purchaser. He
thereto-e offers his services to all who oiay need theui
in this capacity--Cliarges always moderate,
Addre-s by letter, or otherwise
Meshoppen, Pa March 12th 1867.—v6u3i-lmo.
Iv waiter of the distribntion of fund derived
f rom Sheriff s Sale of personal property of James
The undersigned, having been appointdd an Au
ditor by the Court of Common Pleas of Wyoming
.County, to uist ribute the fund ..rrising from the sal •
01 the personal projierty of James G. Smith. by-
James B. Harding, laic Sheriff id said County ; will
attend to the duties of his appointment, at his
in Tunkbantiock Boro , on-Thursday April 4fh 1867,
at 10 o'clock A M ; at which ti-ie and piiu-e all
persons are required to present their c'aiuis, or be
debarred from coming in for a share of sanl 'und.
HARVEY SICKLER, Auditor
Tunkhannoek. March, 12, 1867
THE building of the Bridge Aftiutmeuts and su
perstructure a cross "swail brook" run, at the
east side of Tunkhannoek Bo'ough, will be let to the
lowest responsible bidder, m the 6th day of
April next,. Plans and specifications may be seen
by calling on Secretary of Town Council.
3y order of Burgess and Town Council
Wm. S.KUI'Z, Burgess.
IIARVEY SICKLER, Secretary.
Having purchased of H. A Conger of Mvshoppen,
Pa the following personal projierty, 11 wit : One
Span Horses, One Set Harness, One Ligh' Spring
Wagon, and <>ne Lum'er Wagon, and hiving given
possession nf.the same to the said H. A. Conger
during icy will and pleasure. All persons are cau
tiuned ag iin-t molesting or in any way interfering
with the said property, as they will do so at their
Whereas, my wife M iry has left ray bed and
Uiard, without just cause or provocation. I
forbid my one narboeing or trusting her on my ac
count as I shall pay no debts of her contracting af
er this date. PORTER C ARPKNTEK.
Nicholson, Wv Co I'a , Feb 16th, 1867.
FARM FOR SALE.
Situ Oe partly in Nortbuioreland and partly in
Eaton Town hips ; containing
Well watered, with a tine young orchard, in bearing
Farm well adapted to Grain or graxing will be sold
cheap tor carh
For further particulars enquire of R. R LITTLE
Esq. Tunkkaonock. Pa , or ot F D. CARPENTER
lETTEKS baring been granted the
.J undersigned ou the estate of Earl U. Carey :
tate of Tunkhannoek T wnship. dee'd., all persons 1
iolebted to sa'd estate are requested to makj imrnet
diate payments, and those having claims agaius
said e-tate will present the same duly authenticated
for settlement to
ELIZABETH CAREY, Executrix.
Tunkhannoek. Feb 18, 1667. - v6n2B-6w.
ENFEEBLED AND DELTCATE CONSTITU- '
TIONS, of * h M-xe*. usi! HeiiobHid'c Ex'rwcf, Bu
chu It will give brisk and energetic feelings and
enable you to sleep well
Notice is herchv given that letters of administra- !
tion npon the rstat ol Seiah Hunter late ot Over- 1
field township, dee'd, have been grunted to Caro- 1
line Depew, of said township, all persons having (
claims against said estate are notified to present
the ssme to her. dulv authenticated for settlement
and alt pisous indebted wi II make payment with
out delay. ; ]
CAROLINE DEPEW. Administratrix.
de b<-nis non, cum test: anncxo,
Orerfield Feb. 8. 1667.
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and Vigor to Ibe bame an i bloom to the palid
cheek Debility j g cc"mp.,nied by many alarming 1
symptoms, and if no treatment is submitted to, con. '
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Just Published in a Sealed Enrelope Price 6 cis
A Lecture on the Nature, Trwrmetit, and
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inducwi by Self Abuse : Involuntary Em ssions. Im
pute icy. Nervous Debility, and ItiipedioiiDtx to Mar
riage generally ; Consumption, Epilepsy, an 1 F''s ;
Mental and Physical Incapacity, Ac.—By ROBERT
IJ. CULVERWEL. M. D., Author of the "Green
; Book " Ac.
Tbe world-fenowned authar, tn this admirable
Lecture, clearly proves ftom hi* own experience that
•he awful CobSequnnces of Self Abuse may be effect
ually remove ! without medicine, and without dan
gerous surgical operations, bougies, instruments,
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i once certain and effectual, by which every sufferer,
no matter what bis condition may be, may cure h m- :
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Sent under aea), to any address, in * plain '
sealed envelope, on the receipt of six cents, or two
postage stamps Also Dr. Culve>well's -Marriage
Guide," price 25 cents. Address the publishers,
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I'll Bowery, New York, Post Office Box 4,586. J
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fjre 'he nervous and debilitated rbould inmediat ly
use HKLMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCBU.
Is a certain cure lor diaeaseK of the
BLADDER. KIDNEY®, GRAVEL. DROPSY, OR- I
GANIC WEEKNESS. FEMALE- COMPLAINTS,
and all diseases of the <e
whether existing in
MAZE OR FEMALE,
from whatever cause originating and no mat'er of <
HOW LONG STANDING j
Diseases of these organs require the use of a (
I If no treatment is submitted to, Consumption or
Insimity may ensue. Ou' Flesh and Blood are sup
ported frons these sources, snd the
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS,
that of Posterity, d'pends upon prompt use of a re
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
Established upwards of 18 years, preps- d by
H. T HELM BOLD.
5M Broadway, New York, nd
104 South 10th Street, rhiladelphi*,Pv
TAKE NO MORE UNPLEASANT AND UN
SALE REMEDIES for unplc g.i't and
diseas s. Use Heiuibold's Extract Buchu and Im
proved Rose Wash.
Jurors Drawn to serve at April Term—*6?
Bm ; nteim---Jiisper Keenev, Philip Thomas
Ciinfoo—Henry M ith-wson.
Eaton —Benj. HaU, Stephen." Djna
F'dls—S. S Brink, Alfre-I Fitch Tsrael Oneat,
Merhoppen---Michael Clinton, K. J. Ulleck,Glark
Monroe- Geo. S. Howell John Wall,
North morel an I - R C Hetfield
Nicholson—C L. Jackson
Tunk. Born—John Day I erry Billing.
Tank. Tp —Jacob Klinger, Daniel Ball, Peter
W. shington—Stephen Place
Wi iclhain—Richard Brungess A. J. Hunt
Braintrim—Etra Keeney. J. <5. Lum
Chnton-"J.'bn Bedell, Pardon Koajp Henry
Nt-witoinb, Win Gardner.
Falls—Lyman Swans. Wm. McKome.
Forkston-—Hiram Hitchwe k,
Mcsiioppen—J. M. Robinson. Ahira Gay, Cbuceh'l
Mehoopany—-John Maynard, Barney Walters,
Theron Vaughn, Win. Ilahn,
Nicholson— E. N. Bacon Aiah Squier, Ephraim
Pukenng. George Bought.
Ntr:h Bnnch---Peter F Hope.
Northtnorelund—-A. W. J.ique v , Meritt Penny
Tunk, Bern.—Carl Hennmger, F. G. Osterhout,
Tunk Tp.—James Shiffer, D. Z. Michael, John
Windham---Geo. Wright, Ansel Gay, Jacob De
WAAhlagtaa-—J, D. Harvey,
HEktMliUuD'S FLL'iD EXi'it\Gi' bii'-itli •
pleasant ia last■ and odor, free from at injurious
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COURT OF APPEAL.
A Court of Appeal, will be held at the Coats s
sioners Office in Tunkhannoek Boro for the -eve: at
Townships for year 13ET Commencing on Mouday,
April Bth 1867, snJ all who may feel aggrieved on
account ot their taxee, can attend and be heard, —
Bratntrim Townsnip 1
Winubam ' > April 8,
North Branch '• >
Forkston •' 1
Mehoopany " > April 9,
Meshoppen " )
Washington " 1
Lemon " > April 11,
Monroe, Exeter y
Nicholson " 1
Clieion, Overfield > April 11,
Northmorelacd ' )
Eaton •• 5
Falls u > April 12,
Tuna Tp. *• y
Tunk. Bero. " April 13,
hj order of Commissioner*.
Wm. F. TERRY, Sec'ty.
Cnmmisaionere' Office Manb 27, 1867.
HELMBOLD'S CONCENTCATED EXTRACT BU- '
Is the Orear Diuretic.
HELMBOLD'S CONCENTRATED EXTRACT
Is the Great, Blood
Both are prepared according to rules of Chemistry
tnd Bbaraiacy, and are the most aetive that caa be
Notice is hrrebv given to all persons interestea
that the following accounts >n i cUiu.s have been
filed in the Register's office in and for Wyoming Co.
and will lie presented to the Orph m's Court to be
hrld t Tunkhannoek in and for Wyoming Count\ on
Monday the Is*h day <.f April next, for confirmation
and allowance :
Final account of Lewis A#er, administrator of
petite of Lewis Avery late of Overfiald Townsnip
Wy.-ming Countv, ie 'd, File>l February 25th. 1867.
F-nal ".-count of WilHsm Richard* Gu.ir iianof
0 liver Clsrk •ne of the minor heirs of Aaron Clark,
lti of M'*nroe Township, Wyoming County dee'd.,
Filed March llth 1867.
Final account of s>inuel G Smith and William
Thompson Exc- uors of the last wi'.i and Testament
ot Saninel G. S uith late of N- rtbm >r- land Township
' Wyoming County dee'd., Filed Feb. 14th 1967
Final account of Joseph Bur/ess, Executor of the •
last will an i lest incut of Peggy Flannery 'ate ..f
the County of Wvo ciug, dee'd Filed Jan. 23d 1967
Account of Samuel G Smith and RobertC. Phd us
Exwu'ors ot (bo last will an>i Testament ot M >scs B.
Philips la'e of the T >wii.nip ">f Northmorel >nd in
Wyoming Co-mty de.'l. Filed March I th 1867
Inventory of property ele-ted and claimed by
S irah Tuttoo widow of George S. Tutt n, l.vtc of
the 80-ough of Tunkhannoek County ol Wyoming
dee'd. Filed Jan 16.h 1867
Inventory of property e ected and claimed hv
Pbebe Kintner widow of John Kintner Dte of the
Township of Washington, County of Wyomiug.dec'd.
Filed lan. 12th 1867
R? isteris Office 0. L. PARRISH,
Tunkhannoek, March 19th 1867 Register
FOR NON-RETENTION OR INCONTINENCE
of Urine, irritation, infiamation, or ulceration of the
bladder, ot kidneys, diseases of ibe ptos-rate glands
stene lathe bladder, calculus, gravel or brick dust
deposits, and all diseases ot the bladder, kidneys,
and dropsical swelllinga. .
UM HBLKMLD'* fusiß Ixtur* Boetv. j
1 "MEXICO UNDER MAXIMILIAN"
BY HENIIY VI. FLIN T* FSQ.,
Author of "Druils' "Life of Senator
/S/no. Green English, Cloth, $2.00.
' In presenting this work ta the Public, the Pub
lish) rs are uctu-ite-i by a desire to furnish a cheap
and convenient vehicle for the transmission ot light
and instruction to ihe musses upon a subject con
cerning whieb, there is both doubt and misappre
hension in the miuda i f all classes of our country
men. This has aiiaen as much, perhaps, from the
heretofore imper'ect sources of intelligence concern
, tng that unhappy country, astrom the influenco of
i our domestic politics upon the questions growing out
ot the consideration of :t History. The Revolution
1 through which eurown Country has just pissed, has
! not been without its influence, though indirectly, up
on the fortunes of the Mexican Nation, and while
we conteuipt&te the wonderful changes wrought in
' the United Blates by five years of s rife, we are nat
| urally led U> inquire the results achieved by the
j r volutions of our Southern Sis'er once the R< pub
j lie and now the Empire of Mexico. Our Autnor !
! bus answered this inquiry in i manner both satiafac- '
I lory aud conclusive, in the Volume we have just is
j sued from the Prea-, an-l we commend it to the cui
i tens of the United Slates as an invaluable contri- ,
bution to cotemjioraneous History. Mr. Flint lear- j
ly aemoustrates among oilier 'hings. that the M ixi
oiilian Govenunen: in Mexico is firmly 'established ; '
that the people have eon loned Juan-z,(whose troops !
are said to consist now of but a few nands of guertl- '
| Us.) and joined Maximilian ; and that the popular j
prejudices : n this Country against tue establish- j
merit of at Empire in Mexico are wrong, because in I
ssseriing the Monroe Do -trine we are running couu- ,
terto the wishes of rho Mexican people, and taking
from ibem their exclusive right to settle their own j
affairs in their own way and to 'beir own satisfaction. '
Facts an 1 do -utnen'* are pr -senfe I to snow that the i
( Empire i luain'sinednow without the aid of France '
. aud solely by the Mexicau people— the merchant
j dergv, H n,l better sirt of people generally The i
I book gives a good insight in'o the policy whi' h our j
, tiwii Governuient has pursued in Mexican affairs as 1
, wed as many facts anc statistics of luterest and val
It the Mexican people have chosen a constitutional
znciiarchy as a cure tor the anarchy whic i for so
utauy \eirs oonvu sed the Republic, and if their
choice turns out wisely, iheu who among us dare
say to them : Put away peace law, prosperity and
the Em I .ire. and take back faction, war, lawlessness,
ruin and ihe Republic ;
NA I iONAL PUBLISHING CO !
I>r SCHMXCK'S MtVDRtKE PIIA.S i
A hUB!*TITUTE F<iK CALOVIU.L
These Pill s are com|H>se ! of various r-otg having
the power to relax the secretions of the liver as
promptly an-l effectually as blue pill or mercury, and
without producing nnv of those disagreeable or nan- j
gerous effects wbieu offteo follow the use of the lit j
In all bilious disorders ti esc Pills may be used
with confidence, as thev promote ihe discharg of j
yitiate l bile, and remove those obstructions from the
liver an I biliary ducts, which are the cause of btl
ioua affections in g'neral
SCUENCKS MANDRAKE PILLS euro Si-k
Hes .-iche, and nil disordet* of the J.iver, indicated '
by sallow s'rin, coated tongue, costivenpss, drowsi
neis. and a general foeling or weariness and lassi
tude. shew : ng that the liver is in a torpid or ob
lushor*, these Pills may be used with advan'og !
in nl' cases when u purgative or alterative medicine
i< r> q.nrcd.
Please ask for "Dr Schenck's Mandrake Pills',
an I observe th it the two liken.sses of the Doctoi are
n the Government st imp —one when in the last
stage of Consumption, and ihe other in his present
he . 'th
Sol Iby all and dealers. Price 25 cents
per box. Prin ipal Office No. 15 North 6 k Street,
Gein-ril Wholesale Agents : Dames Barn°A Co.
21 Pirk Row' New York ;>. S llir.ee, 108 Bilti
rr.ore Si.. Ba ' imore, Mil ; John D. P.ark.N. E cor
of Fourth an • Walnut St, Cincinnati, Ohio; tal
ker A Taylor, 134 mo 13g Wabash A venae, Chicago
11. ; Collin Brothers, Southwest corner of Second
nd Vine Streets , St. Louis, Mo.
4ihA sth w. ea. mo. I yr
A I I IJ Ml 3IT Ct-
HOW OFTEN WE nEAR THIS EXPRESSION
tnua persous reading advert isemenls of Patent
Medicines, and in nine casas out ot ten they may be
ngh. it is over 19 years t-inee I introduced my
medicine, the Vexbtiias Likiiient to the public.
I had no money to advertise it. so I led it tor sale
with i few dtuggigts and storekeepers through a
small section of the country, many taking it witx
great reluclauce ; but I told them to let any one
; have it, aud if it did not do all I stated on my pam
j phlet.no one need pay for it. Iu some stores two er
i three bottles were taken ou trial by persons present.
I -, bv many, thought crazy, and that would be
the last thev would see ot me. But I new my med
iciue was no humbug lu about two months 1 began
to receive orders for more Liniuiei-.t, some calling it
ujv valuable Liniment, wno had refused to sig-i a
receipt when 1 Itlt it at their store* Now my sales
arc millions of fotties yearly, and all for cash. I
warrant i'superior to a u y other medicine for the
cure ot Croup, Diarrhoea, Dysenteiy, Colic. Vomiting
Spasrus, aud Sea-sickness, as an internal >-eitetiy.
It is perfectly innocent lo lake internally, see
oatb accompany ng each bottle, and externally for
Chrou c Rheumatism. Headache, Mumps, Floated
Feet Bruises, Sprains, Old Sores, Swellings, Sore
| Thmats, Ac , Ac. Sold by all the Druggists De
; pot, 56 Cortlanut Street, New York V6h3o-7W
The Moon's Volcanoes
are ciigag ng he attention of astronomers, but the
world of Beauty :nd Fashion is less interested in
; human di overies than in the gte.it question of
that hive liecn whitened by age or so kne>s to a
! glorious Ida kor brown bu>. Nobody now is *u> h
as not to admit that the finest and most harmless
bair I'-rkeiier in existen-a is
LHirti AOOKO'S HAIR DYE,
whi h tclurisaes the fibres us well us changes their hue
Al <iiut o-tu el h J. I' II RISTaDORO, 6 A tor House
New York. Sold ' y nil Druggists. Applid by i
Hair Dr ssers. \6u3U-lmo.
- ... : i
ALLC (K'S POROUS PLASTLRS
BE T STRENGTHEN I.N f PLASTER IN TIIE
Af.LCOCPS POROUS PLASTERS resolve
and as.in use pain by catling forth, the acrid humors
from parts internal to the skin and general cir-u
--la ton —thus, in many cases, positively evaporating
the dt east.
JAMES LULL, M D
There i-< nothing equi 1, in the way of a plaster, to
the Porous Planter ol Mr. ALI.COCK . Everything
is pleasant about them They are the plaster ot Ihe
day, and a fit type of our present advancement in
Science and art. In Asthma, Cough, Kidney Affec
tions. .G -nt Rhemuatiam, and local leep-seated pains
they afford permanent relief.
J. F. JOHNSON, M. D , on "Topical Remedies."
From a personal knowledge of these plasters, we
oan state that theyare decidedly preferable to aay
other in use. th herever relief is to be obtained by
the i *• of a pasta?, we shonbi recommend them.
A. IN ''RAH M. M. D., Editor New York Mentor.
Agency, Bran Ireth House, New York. i
Sold by ell Druggists.—v6n3o f lmo. j
SHERIFF'S SALE. J
BY VIRTUE of a writ of Fieri Facias pot' Ven- J
dittoni Exponas, I will expose to Pu'ilie sale,
at iha Court House in Tunkhanncck Borough, Wy
oming County, on
SATI'RDAV. THE 13ih PAY OF APRIL, 1367,
at one o'clock P. M , the following descnoed prop
erty, to wit ;
All the right, title and interest of Joseph S. Hay
den. <>ne of the defendants in said writ mentioned,
in and to the followiug lescribed piece, par-el, and
lot of land, situate in the township of Windham
County et Wyoming, and State of Pennsylvania,
bo un led and described as follows to wit ton the
North by land of John Fassett, cnthe E;ist by
land of Dorcas Hnyilen. on the South by land of
John Fissett, and on the West by land of John
A. Allen, containing about fifty one acres, be the
same more or less, all animproved with the appur
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Clark
Hayden now ns'd to H. K French ra Joseph S.
Hay den and Joseph T. Jennings.
And will be sol i for cash only by
M. W DeWITT, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Tunk. Mar 18, 1867.
BY -VIRTUE of a writ of Venditioni Exponas-, I
will expose to Public Sale at t bo Court H .use,
iu Tunkhannnock, Wyoming County, Pa., on
SATURDAY, THE 13th DAY OF APRIL. 1867,
at one o'clock P. M., the following described prop
erty, to wit :
A certain piece, parcel or tract of land sit
uate in tho township of Monroe, Wyomi ig County
Pa , and bounded on the North East by lands of
Mark Newman, on the South East by Inn is of
Barnes, on the South West by lands lately owued
by Charles Miner, and on the North by lands un
known, containing about one hundred and twelve
a. res, about fifty acres thereof unproved, wit> one
two story frame dwelling house, one frame nara,
owe nog pen and other out buildings, one apple or
chard and other fruit trees thereon, with the appur
Seized and taken in execution At the suit of Jobi
Wail now assigned to J urn s.Jcncs rs John Wall,
Administrator of N-.nh Newunu dec'd aud Samuel
G, Howel. Terie Teouant.
And will be sold for cash onlv. by
M. W Dr.WITT, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Tunk- Mar. 18 1867
BY VIRTUE of a certain writ of Veidi'ioni Ex
ponas. i will expose to Public .sale, at .he
t u.i House, in Tunkhanuock Borough, Wyoming
County, Pa., on
SATI'RDAX, THE 13th DAY OF APRIL, 1867.
at one o'clock P. M the following described prop
eriy, to wit.
Ail that certain piece. pircel, or tract of land,
situate in the Township of Norhinorelan l, Wyoming
County, Pa., and boun led on the North by lands of
Henry House r, on the Eist by lands ot Mouily
Will'well, on the Sou h unl West by lands ot Eli
Baker,containing about seventeen acres, be the
s ime more or less, all improves, witn one frame
dwell ug hoUi-e, one frame barn, and one frame wood
house, ami oiber oui buildings aud an apple orchard
aud other fruit trees toeioon, with the appurtenan
seized aud taken in execution at the suit of A. J
Tripp r*. Mary A Lipiai
And will be soli for cash only, by
M VV.~ DatVrTT, Sheriff
Sheriff* Offi e, Tcnk. Mir. 18, 18b7.
BY VIRTUE of sun fry wits of Fieri Facias
i will expose to Public Sale, a. tile (.ouit
11 use. in d'unanauuock iioruugn. Wyoming Coun
SATURDAY IHE i3tti DAY OF APRiL, 1867,
at oue u'cl nut P. M , the foliowiug desv-rioei prop -
eriy ui wit •
All tho right, title, an 1 interest of the defeuJant
in and to the following described piece, parcel and
lot nt lau 1. situ.tte iu tue townsaiu of Braintum,
County of Wy.iun g, uul Sta e f Peuasy lv.iaia, aud
uouudvd oil iqj North by Bradford County line,
ou me East by lauds of Hannah Urowu and Eoen
ezer Lacuy, on the SoUtu by t e ousqueb mou Hir
er, au 1 West by lands of Auby Keeuey, containing
anout one hundred acres, abuui eighty acre* the eol
improved with two irame dwelling houses, oue
frame barn, two tijoacco sheds, and one apple or
chard, aud other fruit trees thereon, with Ida ap
One other piece, parcel, or tract of land, aituate
in the i. wusbip of Bra'ntrmi, County ot Wyoming,
and Eta.e of Peeo' >, bounded oa the North oy lauds
of Bradley Wakem tu. East by lauds of Mrs. i. J
L ibarre, Eouth by Union Street or road leading
to To* mda, and West by Spring Hid road, con
taining about three fourths of an acre, all improved
with one frame dwelling bouse, one email frame
barn, au-i oue ice bouse wiih tne appurtenances.
Seized aud taken in execution at the suit of Seth
L. K-euey r. Issue N. Lacy.
Aud will be sold for cash only by
M. W. Dv.WITT, Sheriff,
sheriff's Office, Tank. Mar. 18, 1867.
All the right, title, and interest of the defendant,
in and to the t d lewing descril rd piece, parcel, HI d
lot of land, situate and being in the township of
Falls, County of Wyoming, and State of penu-viva
: ni.i. bounded on Hie N-irth by lauds of Spencer
! Fitch, Ea.-i bv lands of Isaac Smith, Soutb bv the
| Misq-ichanoa River, and West bv land if Mathew
' Sherwood, coutHiiiing about eighteen acres anout
I cght a. re thereol improved, with one fr.nne dwell
| iug hi use, one fr .ine shed, and asm <ll apple or
| chard thereon, wi'h the appurtenances.
Seized and taken m execution at the suit of Isaac
j Smith vs. A. W M b>m and i has. Mahon.
| And will be sold for cash only, hv
M W Dv WITT. Sherifi.
Sheriff's Office, Tenk, Mar 18, 1867.
AH the lefend >nt's right, title, and interest, in
: *nd to the following piece, parc-1 and lot of Is d.
situate and being in the township of Falls, County
of Wioming, an I State ol Pennsylvania, bounded
on tht North by lands of Spencer Fiti-h. East by
binds of Isaac Smith, South by ths Sosqu h mna
river, and West by land of Mathew Sherwood, con
taining anout eighteen acres, about eight acres
thereof improved, with one frune dwelling house,
one fram>- shed end a small apple orchard thereon,
with ihe ppurenaoces
feiseJ aud taken in execution at the suit of J
V. Lynch vs. A. W. Mihou.
And will be sold fir cash only, by
M W Da WITT, Sheriff.
ShtrilFi Offi Mir. 13, t^67.
BY VIRTUE of H writ of Fieri Favas I will EX
|M>SI to Public Sib-, at the Court II .use in
T unkh.innock Borough. Wyoming Couoty on
SATURDAY. THE !3th DAY OF APRIL, 1867
at on o'clock P M , the tollowing described property,
to wit :
All the right title and : nteiest of the defendants
in and to the follow ng described pieces parcels ani
tracts of lands lying and bemg in the Township of
Morthinoi'elund, Cmnty of Wyoming and State of
Penn-vlv.iui i. B"U tided on trie North by lan Is of
M s. Wells, on the East by land of Moody Whit
well, on the South by lan Is ot Dkj*. Thoinpsoq anl
on the Ws by land of Levi Winters, containing
about thirty-thre acres more or Joss, about twenty
acres thereof improved with he appurteuii ces.
One other lot piece or parcel of land situate in
the township ot Northmorelan I, County of Wyo
ming and State of Pe nsylvania Boun ie lon the
North by land ot -'ames Smith ou lb-- Eist by other
land . f id defendants, on ihe SoU'b by land of
L vi Winters, and on the Wast by land of J icoh
Bell n I — Van Vi -ker, containing about
twenty acres, more or less, Bbout twelve acres
thereof impru.ed, with one log stable and some
fruit trees thereon, wi h the appurtenances."
Seized and taken in execution at tho suit ef Aaron
Brown, vs. Eli Baiter and Asher Baker,
Ami will be sold foi eab only by
11. W DEWITT Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Took. Pa. March, 26, '67.
j NO HUMBU&F
CLOSING OTJT SALE S
In to make room for an
EXTENSIVE SPRING STOCK,
We offer our entire Stock of
1 r '
BR 1* G
AT ACTUAL COST ! CITIZENS, THIS IS NO HUMBUG t
CALL EARLY FOR
DOSS, MILLS A CO.
Tnnkhsnnock. Feb. lfith 1867 v6n2B-tf.
ITTHKhEAS, the Hon. WM- EL WELL. Presi
** dent Judge of the Court of Common Pleas an
Court ot General Quarter Sessions of the Peace, and
.he President Justice of the Court of Oyer and Ter
miner and General Jail Delivery, for the trial of cap
ital and other offences, for the twenty-sixth Judicia
District of Penn'a G. Pike, and J. V. Smith, Esqs
Associate Judges of the Court of Common Pleat- and
General Quarter Sessions of the Peace, and Associ
ate Justices of Oyer and Tcnniner and General Jail
Delivery tf the County of Wyoming, have by their
precept to me directed, ordered
A GENERAL COURT OF OYER AND TERMINER
AND GENERAL JAIL DELIVERY,
to be held at Tuukhannock on Monday the 15th day
Apr. A. D., 1867.
N'ot.ce is iheretore hereby given to the Coronor. al
Justices of the Peace and Constables within the Coun
ty of Wyoming, that they be and appear in their pro
per persons at the time and place above mentioned,
with their rolls, records, ioquisitinns, examinations,
recognizances and.other remembrances, to do those
things which to their offices in that behalf respective
Notice is also given that those who are bound by
recognizances to prose-ute the prisoners that are or
shall be in the Jail of Wyoming County, thattbey be
then and there to prosecute them a? shall be just
M W DEWITT,
Sheriff* Office, >
Tunkhaniock Mar.. 19, 1967 (
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the services as an assistant—ot
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POMADES. PEEfiUMEItr and
EX TP ACTS ,
alwxyson hand, ar i tor sale at the old stand on
Teekheneeek, Pa< Fek. 12, 1867—vteM- T.
The --ndersigned having refitted the old market
place, if now prepared to furnish customers with
ALL KINDS of MEAT,
Having procured the services of s MOST COM
PETENT BUTCHER, he feels confident of giving
entire satisfaction to all.
hop one door below Miss Hepburn's Millinery
Tunkhannock, March, 5, IS6G. v6n3o-tf.
is the only MACHINE in the world that makes the
twisted loop-srirch, making a stronger stitch than
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ALL WORK WARRANTED TO OTVE SATIS
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A NEW SIOCit .d WATCHES and
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