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Local and Personal.
(Quarterly Meeting will be held at the ME
Church in this place on Saturday and Sunday next
at the usual hours
The Democratic Standing Committee for
Wyoming County and the citizens generally, will
meet at the Court Horn* on M.nday evening, Aug.
19th—First day of Court week.
L. C- CONKLIN,
Cbm. Dem Standing Com.
j Mf. Horn or of Parkersburg, West Vn. says
that Dr. H. Anders' lodine Water cured him of
Scrofula. He h<ld 37 v" 1111 ' 11 * Ulcers when he com
menced taking tho medicine. Persons afflicted
should make a note of this, and send to J. P Dins
more, 36 Dey Street, New York, for a circular con
cerning this remoikuble remedy,
Pen-a-nalte, whose monkey-shines in tke Mont
rose Republican excited some inquiry as to hi*
identity s having been nettled a little, by a thistle
applied to the wrong end, has throwfc off the lion-a kin
mask, through which bis ears shone so plainly, and
now kicks ond brays out, without any effort at dis
guise. He is Thad. Stevens' man Friday, in more
Respects than one. He helpo d Thad, in the Joe
Rimer election frauds here, in 1838. Ho now sub
scribes himself—-i-B*-a A-v-JJ-r-^'.
Recovering— Young Armstrong, son of Lewis
Armstrong of Clinton Tp.,>ho was shot by DeMerse
—an account of which was given in tho Democrat
last week-it is thought, will recover from the effects
of the wound received. It is to be hoped that this
most unfortunate affair may have this fortunate ter
mination. Fortunate alike to the boy and bis fami
ly ; and to the accused, whe is now awaiting his
Going up.--The dwelling house on the. corner
of Tioga and Warren St., owned by R. R. Little
Esq , we notice is being raised np from its heretofore
humble position and with the proposed additions and
improvement* is likely to become one of the most
tasteful and desirable residences in town.—We hope
the spirit of improvement which new seems.on the in
crease, may become infectious. — Let sgo to work,
everybody, and have a revival
The Canal at this place, is now being filled I T
water from the Horse-race dam ; to repair which,
has up to this time, taken the labor of a large force
of men. The first consignment of coaf, to Major
Win. M. Piatt, has arrived from up the river. It
being a part of a boat-load which was stopped last
Fall while on its way to the NY. Markets. The
arrival of these black diamonds, is rapidly restoring
the sweet tempers of our good woman, which, judg
froin personal experiences, has been considerably
soured, sine- they hate had to depend upon the fuel
prepared by the men folks for warming the soup.
Mill Gearing.— The estimation in which the
work, turfted out at the foundry of our enterprising
townsmen, Gearhart A Co., is held by all who use
it, appears in the fallowing unsolicited statement,
made by the proprietors of the "Eureka Mills the
iron works and gearings for which, were made and
finished at that establishment.
HOFB Tteii, June 27, 19C7.
Mesons. GEAUHAM A Co, .-—People in examining
the "Eureka Mills." at once pronounce thein the
best running mills they ever saw. Machinists and
Anil I owners all agree in declaring the machinery
perfect, and enquire where it was made, fitted Ac.
for the benefit of ail j-ers-ms wishing such gearing*
we are gld lo inform them that Messrs. Gearhart
A Co,, of Tunkhannock, were the manufacturers of
The gearings of the Eureka Mills, and to recommend
you to the patrouage of all builders and owners.
SHOOK A TINGLEY,
owner? an! proprietors Eureka Mills, Hopbottom.
Su*| Co. J'A.
••With Foul Metallic (Qualifications a
inan may be pretty sure of earthly success. These
are GOLD in his pocket, SILVER in his tongue. BRASS
in his face, and IRUR in his heart."
But for a tonic appetizer, and as a gentle stimu
lant, there is reliable viriue in PLANTATION
BITTERS No article has ever been so popular or
done half so much good. Let ail who have not al
ready tried this great stomachic, at once test its
quality. We understand that the Druggists and
Grocers of this section are selling vast quantities, and
that scarcely a family is without it.
Magnolia Water.—A delightful toilet art.cle —
superior to Cologne and at half the price.
Decker Hrn^lMai.os,—Our exchanges as well
as our our readers are invited to note the advertise
ment of Messrs. Decker Brothers, the prominent
Piano manufacturers of No i'l Bleecker street. We
inform tho public that & careful and official search,
made at the United States Potent Office in Washing
ton has proved that no patent for an improvement
in Pianofortes was ever granted by the United States
to any person by the nine of Decker, except to the
members of the firm of Decker Biothers, of New
York City, This declaration has ben necegsiated by
the fact, that some persons are trying to sell "Deck
er Patent Pianos," which have not been mannfactur'
ed by Mrssrs. Decker Brothers—thus misleading
quite a number of persons in the country. JVeir
York Weekly Review.
The Wholesale and Retail Agency of theie ceie.
brated Piano-, for this section of country, is at the
Music Store of L. B. Powell, Scranton,
Drowned,—A young man about 21 years of
age, named Timothy Regan, who was engaged at
the Horse-race dam, was drowned on Wednesday
evening last, wbl.e attempting to ford the river a
few rods below the dam. After finishing his work
for the day he —with a companion—proposed to
wade the river to their boarding place, instead of re
turning by the boat, which was some distance above
Taking off his boots, he weet into the stream until
the depth and swiftness of the current carried his
feet from under him, when he was carried rapidly
down the stream and drowned, before assistance
could rendered him. All efforts to recover the body
have thus far, been unsuccessful. Ho bad on, when
drowned, a check shirt and liDen pants. In the
pocket of pants is said to be four or five time checks.
Any information concerning the body will be
thankfully received by Cornelius Regan, father of
the deceased, who resides in ApolacoD Tp. Susqh.Co.
Pa. Post offi-e address ; Friendsville Pa. or by
Patrick Maboney, Foreman, at dam—P. 0 address ;
Russell Hill, Pa.—lf found and returned to the dam
the expenses of socuring and returning body will be
The Band at this place on Mondaj evening were
invited to the house of Mr. Demer Bidleman one of
its oldest, if not the ol lest member, to participate, in
a cake, which, though uot as large as the Pyramid
of old Mr. Cheops, was nevertheless a take of pyra
midal form and proportions. The history of this
Pvraun lis not involved in so much obscurity as
those of Egypt—though the thing itself has now
"passed away"—lt was mada by some good Lady—
who did'nt cheat in the quality, beoausdofthe quan
tity of materials—for our 4th of July celebratiou.— j
No vandal band was laid upon it, on that eventful
day. The Ladies resolved themselves into a com- '
of ' ways and means" to add to the means, i
Wdy of it, was this ; A Festival was gotten j
p at whicfc this and some other remaining articles !
were dupjse iuT *y t wr t 0 f piolw j otUl7) wher#
butonI > •. dre *
"V P ""' . lh " "ft" a march of a day or two
for th, lucky ticket-holder, was found to be Mr
Bidleman, who counted the whole Band in After
Nam ing the statue on the pinacle, which
doubtless gotten up by some lady artist, for it was
• ait of doll-baby God Je- the hungry biowtn of
brass, proceeded Jo demolish end devour the afore
said Pyramid, which they did ia a moet effectual
manner, from turret to foundation A dish of fine
berries and cream was served during the work of de
molition, after which, any dust or crumbs, that may
have lodged in anybody's throat, ran great risk of
being dissolved or washed away, by a glass or two or
a very excellent temperance drink, which we are
informed, came from the vineyard of Mr. Wm Cas
key, of the ' Mountain Home."
KEELER— Keelersburg, on Wednesday the 10th
mst., Asa aged 67 years.
Ltf The want of space and time obliges ns to
defer publication of obituary notice, until next week
]V"OTICE is hereby given to all persons interested
x 1 that 1 have applied to the Hon., the Judges of
the Court of Common Pleas, in and l'r the County
of Wyoming, lor tne benefit of the insolvent laws ot
this commonwealth, and that they have appointed
the first day of uext term of said court, tue 19th
day of August next, to hear me and my creditors,
at the Court House, in the Borough of Tunkhannock
when and whero you can attend, if you thiuk proper.
Exeter, Juiy 15, 186 c
SUBIMENA IN DIVORCE,
Maria Shaver by her next } In the Court of Common
friend Levi Winters vs. > Pleas of Wy'g Co., No
llenry K. Shaver. J32 January term. 1867
LIBEL FUR DIVORCE FROM THE BONDS OF
I, M' W. DoWitt High Sh riff of the C< onty of
Wyoming, do hereby make known unto Henry K.
Shaver, that he be and appear at a Court of Cum
mou Pleas, to be held at Tunkhannock. in and for
the County of Wyoming, on Mou Jay the 19ih day
ef August, A. D. 1867. then and there to answer the
said couiplaiat, and to show cause, if any there be,
why the bouds of matrimony between himself una
Maria Shaver, his wire, shall not he dissolved.
M. W. DeWITT, Sheriff
Sheriff's office, TuLk. July 16, 1867,
SIBI'fE.VA 111 DIVORCE.
James H. Bagley In the Court of Coinmou
vs. v I'leas Wyoming County,
Eincline D, Bagley yNo. 2d, January Term, 1867
LIBEL FOR DIVORCE PROM THE BONDS OF
I, M. W. Dewiu High Sheriff of the County of
Wyoming, do hereby make kuuwn unto Emetine It.
Bagley, mat she be aad appear at a Court of C'eih
mou EEas, to ue held at luukhunuock in the Coun
ty aforesaid, on Monday the 19th day ot August, A.
D. 1867, then and ihtre to ansor the said complaint,
and show cause it auy she hath, why tne bonus of
matrimony between Herself and James H. BagKy
her husband shall not be aisoUed.
At. W. DEWITT, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, 'funk. July 9ih '67. vbn47tf.
WHEREAS, Letters testamentary to the estate
of Asa Keeler, late of Noithmoreland towo
sbi). Wyoming Couuty deceased, hive been grant
ed to tne sudscrmer. All persons indebtei to the
said estate are requester to mate* diuimeiate pay
ment, and those hiring claims or demands against
the estate ot said decedent will make kuown the
same without delay to
MILO KEELER, Executor.
Keelersburg, July 10, 1867.
" FOR SALE!
A MOWING MACHINE,
Owned by the late Judge Pckham—nearly new
will he ;>OLD AT AUCTION, at Miller A Ave
ry's Foundry, in TUNKHANNOCK, on
SAI'UHDAY, THE 20th iust
at three o'clock. P, M.
Terms made kuowu oU day of sale.
C. M. MANVILLE,
Juiy 15th, 1867. Exr
COKDOHATI.rN NOIlCE~" "
WHEREAS, application has been made to the Court
of Common Picas ot Wyoming Couuty lor the grant
ing ola Chatter of lucorpoiatiou to tae Baptist
Church, of fuiiKbannock Borough in said Couuty
the same having beou hied tn tho office of the Pro
tnonoUtry of said Court. Notice is hereby given
that if no sufficient leason lo ihe contrary is shown,
it shall be lawful for tae said touit at the uext
term thereof lo declare that the persons so associated,
shall according to the articles and conditions set forln
in said Charter, become, and be a corporation or
body politic, in law aim in fact, and tle court will
make such other directions as the ease may require.
E.J KEEN E Y.PioUirimtary
\Y herf.as, application has been made to th°
Court ot Coumiou Pieas of Wyoming County for the
granting ot a Charter ot Incorjioratioa to the Metho
dise Episcopal Church ot Factory viiie, lu said County,
the same having been tiled in the office of the Pro
thoooiary ot suid Court. Notice is hereby given
that it no sufficient reason to the contrary is shown,
it shall be lawful for tha said Court at the next term
thereof to declare that the persons so associated,
shall according to the articles and conditions set
fort lin said Charter, become, and be a corporation
or body politic in law and in tact, and the court "Will
mate such other directions is the case may require.
Tunk. July 6-h lSt7—vliu47.
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE.
Notice is hereby given that all the right, title and
interest of Jed lloilenback, a minor sua of ihe late
Eben lloilenback, dee d., in and to all that certaij
farm, lot, or messuage, situate in Washington Tp.,
and bounded on the North by land of Morgan Max
well, East by laud of Lewis Cook, South by laud of
A. W Robinson and Jared Robinson, and on the
West by land of Win. Jayne and the Surquebannna
River, containing one hundred and sixty acres, more
or less, (being the same farm now in possession of
Irwin lloilenback) will be sold by virtue of nn order
of the Orphans Court on Friday, the 2nd.day ot
August, 1867. at one o'clock, P. M. at the Court
House in Tunkhannock Boro.
B. R. LITTLE, Attor
ney for Guardian Ac.,
All persons indebted to the estate of Geo. S. Tut
ton E-q laic of Tunkhannock. Ra., dee'd., by book
account, note, or otherwise, wilt save trouble and ex
pense by making a spcedv settlement with
Tunk. Pa. June 24th 1367.—1t.
A YOKE OF FOUR-YEAR OLD CATTLE—fit
for beef, or for working cattle.
For particulars- -enquire at this office.
The subscriber would inform his patrons and tha
public generally that be still carries on tba above
business at bis well known stand, with a new shop
and new cards, and thinks he can suit the most par
Meshoppen, June 15th 1867 —v6u45-3t.
MANHOOD AND YOUTHFUL VIGOR are re
gained by Eelmbold's Extract Bcchu.
TWO TOP BUGGIES,'
ONE NEARLY NEW FOR 1200
ONE BUT SLIGHTLY WORN,
Will be aold for cash or exchanged for bark.
Tunk Juno 24th 1867.—v6n46 tf.
SHATTERED CONSTITUTIONS RESTORED by !
Helmbola's Extract Bochu.
Tbe subscriber has now on hand and will khereaf
ter constantly keep
A FINE LOT of SMOOTH WELL BURNED
BRICK, at his brick yard opposite Palen A Bros,
IN TUNAHANNOCN, FA.
which will be sold cheap, and in quantities to suit
H. W. RHODES.
s Y JH.tjp.
A PROTECTED SOLUTION OF THE PROTOX
IDE OF IRON supplies the blood with its LIFE
ELEMENT, IRON, giving strength, vigor and new
life to the whole system.
If the thousands who are suffering from DrsrEr-
SIA. DEBILITY, FEMALE WKEKNUSS, AC., would but
test the virtues of the PERUVIAN SYRUP, the effect
would not only astonish themselves but would
please all their friends ; tor instead of feeiiug cross
"all gone" and miserable, they would be cheerful,
vigorous and active.
A DISTINGUISHED JURIST WRITES TO A
FRIEND AS FOLLOWS:
I have'tried the the PERUVIAN Svßur, and the re
sult fully sustaiu your prediction. It has made a
NEW MAN of me, intused into my system new vigor
and energy ; I am no lunger tremulous ami debili
tated, as when you last saw me, but stronger, heart
ier, and with luiger capacity tor labor, mental and
physical, than at any time during the last five
Thousands have been changed by the use of this
remedy from ictak, sickly, suffering creatures, to
strong, healthy, and happy m~en and uomen ; and
invalids cannot reasonably hesitate to give it a
The genuine has "Peruvian Syrup" blown in the
A 32 page pamphlet will be sent free
A P. DINSMOKE, Proprietor,
No. 36 Dey St, New York.
Sold by all Druggists.
The Rev. George Storrs, of Brooklyn, N.'Y, says
in the Bible Examiner, byway of apology for pub
lishing a medical certificate in b' magiziue, of tbe
cure of bis only son, of Scrofula, "after dissolution
appeared inevitable." "We publish this statement
"not for pay but in gratitude to God who has an
swered prayer, and injustice to Dr. Anders ; bc
"ing satisfied that there is virtue in the lodine Wa
'•ter tr. at merit, which the readers of this Magazine
"will thank 'ts editor for for bringing to their no
Dr. H. Anders' lodiDe Water is for sale by J. P.
DINSMORE, Proprietor, 36 Dey St., N. Y., and
y all D.uggi sts. #
ENFEEBLED AND DELICAT£~CONSTITU
TIONS, of bo b sexes, use Uelmboid's Extract, Bu
clju. It will eerisk andgive energetic feelings aui
enable you to sleep well.
HKLMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU gives health
an I vigor to the frame anl bloom to tbe palid
cheek. Debility is accompanied by many alarming
symptoms, an l if no treatment is submitted to, con
sumption insuurity, or epileptic fits ensue.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU and improve
Rose Wash euros secret and delicate disorders in si
their stages, at lit'le expense, litt'e or no changein
diet, no inconvenience sni no exposure. It is pleas
ant in tacte and odor, immediate in its action, and
free from all injurious properties.
UELMBOLD'3 CONCENTRATED EXTRACT BU
Is tbe Grem Diuretic.
HELMBOLDS CONCENTRATED EXTRACT
Is the Great Blood Purifier.
Both are prepared according to rules of Chemistry
ind Bbarmacy, an 1 are the most active that can be
LI EL M COLD'S - FLUID EXTRACT
Is a certain cure lor diseases of the
BLADDER. KIDNEYS. GRWEL. DROPSY, OR
GANIC WEE KN ESS. FEMALE, COMPLAINTS,
and a!l diseases of the
whether existing in
MALE OR FEMALE,
from whatever cause originating and no matter of
IIGW LONG STANDING.
Diseases of these organs require the use of a
If uo treatment is submitted to, Consumption or
Insanity may ensue. Our Flesh and Blood are sup—
ported from these sources, and the
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS,
that of Posterity, depends upon prompt use el a re
lIELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCIIU,
Established upwards of 18 years, prepared by
H. T HEI.MIIOLD,
594 Broadway, Mew York, and
104 South 10th Street,Philadelphia,Pa
PIIF J IIILIICIH
BARBER AND HAIR-DRESSER
Takes pleasu ein announcing to his old customers
and the public, geuerally, that he has now secured
the services as an assistant—ot
LATE FROM PARIS,
Those wishing a good shave or other work in his
' line can now be accommodated without tbe vexatious
j del: ys experienced at "one horse" shops.
CURLING, Ac.. Ac.
done in the best style and at reasonable rates.
FOMAEES, FEEF UMEET and
EX TEA C TS,
always on band, an 1 for sale at tbe old stand on
Tunkhannock, l'a ; Feb. 12, 18b7—\6n27-tf..
CONSUMPTION CURA'LE BY DR
TO CURE CONSUMPTION the system must be
prepared so that the luugs will heal. To accom
plish this, the liver and stomach must first be cleans
| ed and an appetite created for good wholesome food
i which, by these medicines will be di jested properly
and good healthy blood made ; thus building up tbe
; constitution. SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS
cleanse the stomache of all bilious or mucous accu
mulations; and, by using the Sea Weed Tonic in
| connection, the appetite is restored.
SCHENCK'S PULMONIC SYRUP is nutrieioug
; as woll as medicinal, and, by using the three reine
i dies, all impurities are expelled irom the system.and
good, wholesome blood made, which will repel al
disease. If patients will tak- these medicines ac
cording to directions. Consumption very frequently
in its last stage yields readily to their action. Take
the pills frequently, to cleanse the liver and stom
ach. It does not follow that because the bowels are
not costive they are net required, for sometimes i
diarrhoea they are necoesary The stomach must be
kept healthy, apd an appetite created to allow tbe
Pulmonic Syrup to act on the respiratory organs
properly and allay any iiritation. Then all that i
required to perferm a permanent cure is, to prevent
taking cold, Exercise about the rooms as much as
possible, eat all the richest food— fat meat, game
and, in fact, anything the appetite craves (bat be
partlfnlar and aaettrate well. v6nl?-fndw. e*-of-, i
• WYOMING REPUBLICAN,
The publication of (his papr will be resumed by
Albert F. Yost, recently co-publisher of the COLOM
BIA OOU.NTY RKPIBLICA!*, about the beginning of
August, proximo, at Tonkhannock, Pa., and will
apyar thereafter regularly every week.
It will be the aim hf its proprietor to make the
Wyoming Republican a live local journal, devoted
to home and general interests, Republican in politics,
and high-toned in iu discussion of men and measures
and <1 Haws paper in the lull sense of the term.
Terms of subscription A2 00 per year.
For advertising rates address the proprietor,
IRA AVCKV, Esq., is authorized ro receive money
fcc> fur subscription who can be addressed at> Tonk
ALBERT F. YOST, Proprietor,
Bloomsburg, Pa. July 9th 1867--3timta.
List of Persons drawn to serve as Jurors
lor August Terns, 1807.
Clinton —Wm. Perigo,
Eaton—-Janice Croop, Andrew J. Fruthey,
Exeter —Samuel H. Sickler Jr.
Falls —Charii k Dewitt, Michael Walter,
Leuion —Nathan Keim
Meshoppen-Nathan Welles, Erastus Bowman,
Mehoopany—Frank Vaughn, Geo ilenning, C, L.
Moaroe— Elihue Parrish , Lewis M Austin,
Nicholson—Henry L. Hardinj, Wm, 0. Gardner,
Wm. Steel, Lemuel Harding,
Northiuoreland —John Ellsworth,
Nortti Branch—Charles Dewolf,
Windham— Charles Fasseri, James Gordon,
Washington—-Charles Place, Wesley Crawford,
Brmintrim—rhilip Thomas, John S. Lum.
.Eaton—John D. Rogers, Marklin Robinson,
Exter— Simeon Gay, W. Coolbaugh
Forkston —0. B Vose,
Fallg—A. T Dawitt,
Letuon—Lawrence Clouse, W. Reynolds,Benj, P.
Meshoppen—-N. P. Dunlnp John Gay,
Mehoopany—S. K Smith, John Hahn, John
Maynurd,Rnfu3 Decker, W. M. Jennings. A. K. Farr
Nicholson—Dan'l Decker, John Qiilroy,
Northiuoreland-—Joseph Daily, Edwajd Kiritham,
North Branch—Patrick Kinsley,
Overbold—C A Patrick, J W. Hunter,
Tunk. Tp.—Frank le< ker, Jas. H. Sampson,
Tunk Boro George Felzer,
Windham —Jacob Williams,
Washington-—Ruel Williams, G.B.Vosburg' Chcs.
ALL.COLK.Si POROUS PLASTERS.
Allentown, Penn., April 4, i 865,
Messrs. T. ALLCOCK A Co.:
Vea. Sire .—My daughter used one of your Po
rous Plasters. She had a very bad pain in her side,
and it cured her in one week: *
JOHN V. N. HUNTER.
We refer to the
Forty Thousand Di ugglste
who sell our Plasters, as to their higa sterling char
ALLCOCK A CO , Agency, Brandreth Ileuse.New
York. So\,d by ell Druggists v6n47-4t
FRIGHTFUL EXECUTION !
is done upon thousands of grey heads, bv endeavor
iug to darken them with mctalic dyes that
SCORCH AND BLAST
the fibres from tip to root. 15?" Avoid these horri
and use only the great toilet staple of America,
CRISTADORO'S EXCELSIOR DYE.
which not only instantaneously produces all shades
of black and brown, but also nourishes, strengthens
and beautifies the bair. Manufactured by J. C 'l3-
TADORO. 6 Astor House. New York, Sold by Drug
gists. Applied bv all Hair Drcssess.
atr 1 -f r v V w t* gsV *v It?
11/EJE FIIIS'I MORTGAGE
As an Investment.
The rapid progress of the Union Pacific Railroad
now building west from Omaha, Nebraska, and for
or. ig, with its western o wnecti >ns, in unbroken line
across the continent, attracts attention to the value
of the First Mortgage Bouds which the Comjaoy
now offer to the putlie. The first question askel by
prudent investors i.-, "Are thvge bouds secure?"-
Next, "are they a profitable investment ?" to reply
Ist. The early completion of the whole great line
to the Pacific is as certain as any future business
event'ean be. The Government grant of over twen -
ty ui'.lliou acres of land and fitly million dollars in
its own bonds practically guarantees it. One fourth
of the work is already June, and the track continues
to be laid at tbe rate of two miles a day.
2d. The Uuion Pacific Railroad bonds are issued
upon whut promises to be one of the most profitablj
lines of railroad in the country. For many years it
must be tbe only line connecting the Atlantic and
pacific ; and being without competition, it can main
tain remunerative rates.
3d 376 miles of this road are finished, end fully
equipped with de- ots, locomotives, cars, Ac., and
two trail a are daily running each way. The materi
; ais for the ,etiuriuing 131 miles to the eastern base
of the Rocky Mountains are on band, and it is under
contract to he done iu :>epteinber.
4th Tbe net earnings of'he sections already fin
ished are several times greater than the gold inter
est upuqyhe Fiist Mortguge B< nls upon such sec
tions, and if not another mile of tbe road were built
tbe part already completed would not only pay in
terest aud expenses, but be profitable to the Com
sth. The Union Pacific Railroad bonds can be is
ued only as the road progresses, and therefore can
never he in the market unloss they represent a bona
6th. Their amount is is strie'ly limited by law to
a sum equal to what is granted by tbe U. S. Gov
ernment, and for whi hit takes a second lien as its
security. This amount ujon the firs- 517 tciies west
from Amaha is only 816 000 per mile
7th The fact that fbo U. S. Government consid
; ers u second lien upon the road a good investment,
and that some of the shrewdest rai'road 'builders of
tho country have alreai' paid in five million dol
lars upon the stock (which is to them a third lien),
may well Inspire confidence in a first lien.
Btb. Although it is not claimed that there caD be
any better securities that Governments, there are
parties who consider ;i first mortgage upou such a
property as this the very best security in the world,
ami who sell their Governments to re-invest in these
bonus—ihus securing a greater interest.
9tb. As the Union Pacific Railroad bands are offer
ed for the ) resent at 90 cents on the dollar and ac
crued interest, thry are the cheapest security in the
market, beiug over 15 per cent, less than U. S.
hub, At the current rate of of premium on gold,
Over Nine per Cent. Interest.
The daily subscriptions are already large, and
the will continue to be received iti New York by tbe
Continental National Lank, No, 7
Clark, Dodge & Co., Bankers, 51
John J. Cisco & Son, Bankers, No.
33 FFatt St.
Henry Clews & Co., Bankers, 32
and by BANKS AND BANKERS generally through
out the United States, ol whom maps and descriptive
pamphlets may lie obtained, Tbey will also be sent
by uiail from tbe Company's Offi e, No. 2P Nassau
Street, New York, on application. Subscribers will
select ♦heir own Agents in whom they have confi
dence, who alone will be responsible to them for the
safe delivery of the bonds.
JOHN J. CISCO. Treesurer,
LIHM ViLLIY I&1L Mil
OF** THEOCGH FROM MEW TCKK'AIfD FBILADBLFHIA
forming direct rail connectiona
NO E TFT, SOU7&, EAS2 and
JUNE 17 th, 18 67.
All Through Trains make close connections with
Trains to and from New York and Philadelphia.
THE MAIN LINE TRAINS FROM
WILKESBARE (the present north
ern terminus of this road) TO NEW
Y ORK and PHILADELPHIA,
Leave WII.KESBARRE at 3o'clock A. M and 1.30
Arrive at New York at 3. IS and 10,25 P M.
'• Philadelphia, at 2 05 and 8.40 "
Leave New York at 6 30 A. M. and 12- M.
" Philadelphia at 7.45 A. M. and 1.30 P. M-
Arrive at Wilkesbarre at 3.02 and 8.48 P. M.
gCRANTON BOOK BINDERY.
Having seenrred the services of Mr. H. Zoehe, one
of the best bindejs to be i found B ia the State, we
are prepared te furnish to
and others, with
of every description, on sfcort notice, bound i'l any
style desired, in tbe most substantial manner, at
Magazines bound, and old books rebound, at
New York prices.
Orders left at tbe office of the paper publishing
this advertisement, or sent by Express, will bet:—
tended to and returned without unueccsarv delay
E.S M. HILL.
Scranlon, Pa., June 3. 1867—v6n44-ly.
T a k.e Notice.
SURFACE PL A NIN G and
MATCHING, CIRCULAR and
ALL KINDS of MACHINERY repair
in good style
PLOWS, HARROWS, CULTIVA
on hand or to order.
Power and hand Cornshellers; and
Farming tools generally,
MILLER A AVERY,
▲. S. MOTT.
THE CORNER STORE,
BY HENRY STARK.
Iff TUN XHANNOCK, PA,
A NEW STOCK
A NEW STOCK
A NEW STOCK
A NEW STOCK
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
consisting of •
PAINTS AND OILS
PAINTS AND OILS *
PAINTS AND OILS
PAINTS AND OILS
HATS AND CAPS
HATS AND CAPS
• HATS AND CAPS
HATS AND CAPS
Jkc„ Ac, Ac.,
Ac., Ac., Ac ,
Ac., Ac , Ac.,
Ac., Ac., Ac.,
In large quantities and at reduced prices.
A. B. MOTT.
Tuok. May 1, '66—v6n3S if.
INANE QUANTITY TO SUIT PURCHASER;
eta now had at
I A B MOT TB eotoaerrr. s
•PEE 3D BAOIJ
LYMAN & WELLS,
Dr Lyman reepectfuliy anaouncee thai ha hM
Ukan Dr. B. H. Wells as a partner is the
and that they will continue to keep
A COM PLETE ASOBTMENT,
In their line, at the old stand of J. W. Lymes
& Cr>„ on Tioga St.
We cannot enumerate articles, bat it is oar intea
tion to present a
WELL SELECTED AND RELIABLE STOCK
adapted to this market, and .meriting the attorn
tion of all who desiro
At rates as low as can possibly be afforded.
N. B.—All professional calls promptly attended.
Prescriptions careful? prepared, at all timee, by
one of the Doctors.
J. W. LYMAN, M. D. E, 11. WELLS, M. D
The largest and most complete Drug Store in
TUN KHAN NOCK,
NEW GOODS FOR EVERYBODY !i!
NOW IS TIIE TIME TO BUY T
Just received and for Sale a splendid Stoek ef
Bcto (ioote, -
BRUSHES OF ALL
j STERLING'S AMBBOSIA,
j TOOTH DROPS,
POMADES A PERFUMERIES,
j HAVANA CI G IRS, (HEAL.)
| ABDOMINAL SUPPORTERS, SHOUL
j DER BRACES, TRUSSES, Ac., Ac., A*
All ihe Popular
of the <ia.y
j And in fact every imaginable artlc It
belonging to a
, FISST CXASS. DRUG STORK
PHYSICIANS' PRESRCIPTIONS efully
compounded at all hour* of . a^if
| Dca't forget to call
[ DR. RHOADS' DRUG ! STORK