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Local and Personal. Sold oat —MrTitone, whoso tannery b " ra - ! ed a few weeks since, has sold the site with his bark ■ to the Palen Bros. Found— The body of the young man drowned at toe Horse race dam, an account of which was given in our last week's issue, we learn was found near Robinson's Ferry, one day last week. Young & Rhodes are driving their sash, door and blind manufactory to its utmost capacity, to keep up with the demand for their work. Peoplo appreciate the fact that with steam and machinery ibete things can be mad<r cheaper and better than by hand. Meeting the Difficulty —Many persons who are desirous of obtaining a Piano or.Melodeon, are unable to furnish sufficient means at one time to pay for it; to meet this difficulty, L. B. Powell, of Scranton, proposes to sell Musical Instruments on installments, as far as possible,to suit the purchaser. Communicate with him either by letter or in per son. Hippocrates— an ancient Greek, is often called the ' Father of Medicine." But it is a matter of history (see Bible) that the human family was heir to many ills long before his time ; and that they resorted to various means of cure, some cf which are still employed. These venerable remedies, as well as all the lecent ones, may be found at Lyman A \Fells' Drug Store. Please remember also that this is the place to get the purest Soda, Cream Tartar, Ac. The Teacher's Encyclopedia.—Teachers,as a class, cannot provide themselves with encyclope dias, or such other books of reference as would aid them in their labors, but in the latest edition of Web ster's magnificent Quarto Dictionary they have a worthy substitute. Whenever I meet teachers in their associations or institutes, or in private, I ear nestly present to them the great advantage they would derive from having this work near them. It will tend to make them accurato, while the defini tions and illustrations will suggest many new ideas for elaboration among their pupils.— W. R. White State Superintendent of Free Schools for West Virginia. Wheeliog, March 21, 1860. The Idea that a person, who publishes accuntry newspaper, can live on his reputation as "a good fel low"—a "black-guard''—or any other repotation, better than on victuals, is all moonshine We've tried all these ways and declare ourselves decidedly ia favor of the eatables, as a regular diet. Our friend B D Jaques, of Lemon, —who never bad any such silly notion, about printers, at his last visit to town, brought us a basket of good ripe yeung potatoes, which he refused to take pay for.—This This last mentioned fact will, we hope,save him sever al visits from Lincoln's tax assessor. It is hardlyjnec essnry fer u to say, that Mr. Jaques takes the Democrat and pays for it ; and does not raise small potatoes, nor cultivate narrow ideas. Plculc,—All who are fortunate enough to pos sess an "unabridged," may soon ascertain the de rivation and precise signification of the above term. But everybody recognizes a distinction between kn itvledge and experience. Ilence we infer that none can fully appreciate the meaning of Picnic,un til they've "been there." The point we are com ing to, is that on Saturday last, quite a number of the young people cf Tunkhannock, together with several esteemed visitors from a distance, went out on a little excursion, under the aforementioned title. It is not our purpose to give a detailed account of the affair, though it is proper to add that the party wended its way (not without some apprehensions from tbo tonacriig ohjuii it,) through tile Settle Seek of t<wn, up the hills, until—after some perspiration and not a few "long-breaths" —all set foot on "Prospect Rock." From this point, the village slows to pretty good advantage—"through a smoked glass" for insiance—but its probable ''distance lends en ehantinent to the view." Thence we betook ourselves to the "cold spring." where the cloth was spread and ample justice (?) sione the well-stored baskets. (By the way, is there any explanation ot the fact that ladies dislike jump ing burnt-pole fences 1 a series of careful observa tions convinced us that such a prejudice exists !) The man who "fought, bled and died" for his coun tiy—he was "kicked by a mule"—dispensed lemon ade, peanuts and—jukes Altogether, we have no hesitation m expressing the opinion that all participants spent the afternoon pleasantly ; and that, if suck occasions were more frequeut, they would increase the sociability of "our young folhs," A Wonder for the Workshop.—Erery Me chanic should bare ready .it hand a box of Grace's Celebrated ralve, as it is u ready remedy for acci dents, such as Cuts, Bruises, Contused Wounds, Burns Scalds, Poisoned Skin, and eruptions, caused by operations in the factory, dye-house, or printing of fice. Only 25 cents a box. "The perfumed light < Steals through the mist of alabaster lamps And every air is heavy with the breath Of orange flowers tljat bloom I' the midst of roses." Such was the dowry land.filled with healing airs end life-preserving products, where Dr Drake dis covered the chief ingredients of his wonderful Tonic Medicine—pLAfiTATio.v BITTERS—the enchanted trppicle island of St. Croix. The Plantation Bitters combining all the medicinal and tonic virtues of the healing and life-sustaining products of that favored clime, are, without doubt, the Worlds Great Remedy for Dyspepsia, Low, Spirits, and all other Stomachic difficulties Maguolla Water.—-A delightful toilet article— superior to Cologne and at half the price. The Osterhout Mill at LaGrange has been entirely torn away this summer, to make room for a new and more modern structure. The original mill which was built by David Osterhout, fifty four years ago, had been at various times repaired and improved, so that almost without interuption for npwards of a half a century it had been in opera tion—doing good work. The new mill which is be ing built by George. Jeremiah and Edgar Osterhout and Palmer Jenkins, is designed to be built in the most pertect and substantial manner, in every re spect. Por this purpose, Mr. Gibbs, one of the best j tail]-wrights in the country, has been engaged to do the work The frame was put up on Wednesday last, by a regular old fashioned raising ; at which, j about a hundred men were present. Among them were Daniel and Forbes Lee who assisted at the rais.ng of the first mill 54 years ago ! Time, it is tree, has left some furrows on their cheeks, but they still feel able to hold a brace or handle a pike. The frame is three stories high ; and entirely of oak and yellow pine timber, Mr. Carpenter who had charge of e framing, deserved and received the commenda tion of of all present, for the perfect manner in j ch the work was done. Quite a large number of Ladies were present as spectators, this did not however, prevent them from preparing at the houses of each of the mill-owners 'sumptuous supper for all who wished it. The lifting done by the sturdy men there, gave baviDg an invitation by end one but 1 •**' we "ait for the sec tnuti W r in,orth V e . "d other things •"Pplied ' DMintlon > with which the table was NOTICE. takeo provocation tk— a .? chlW without just cause or boring or tnutin 'V* bereforß to forbid sny one bar debts M her ormff J* ° D my accoont M I will pay no Ju!Y2? o( j lag; D G* TBOMAS CBOMPTOY. Special Notices TAKE NOTICE. I hereby forbid all persons purchasing or negotia ting a certain note for s2oo,—given by C. W. Brink, of Palls Township, Wyoming Co., to me ; as the same has been lost or stolen from me, PHILLIP KI'RCHIES. July 15th 1867-v6n49. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE, Letter testamentary having been granted Lie un dersigned on the estate of Samuel Lyman, late of Meshoppen Tp. dee'd. Notioe is hereby given all persons indebted to the said estate, to make imme diate payment of the same, and all persons having claims agamst the same, will present them duly au thenticated for settlement without delay to G. C. LYMAN, Ex'r. Washington, July 22nd 1867-v6n49-6w. INSOLVENT NOTICE, NOTICE is hereby given to all persons interested that I have applied to the Hon., the Judges of ; the Court of Common Pleas, in anil for the County j of Wyoming, lor the benefit of the insolvent laws of 1 this commonwealth, and that they have appointed ' the first day of next 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 think proper. HENRY WALL. Exeter, Juiy 15, 1867. SUBPOENA IN DIVORCE, Maria Shaver by her next lln the Court of Common friend Levi Winters vs. > Pleas of Wy'g Co., No Henry K. Shaver. )32 January term. 1867 LIBEL FOR DIVORCE FROM THE BONDS OF MATRIMONY. I, M' W. DeWitt, High Sheriff of,the Cconty of Wyoming, do hereby make known unto Henry K. Shaver, that he be and appear at a Court of Com mon Pleas, to be held at Tnnkhannock. in and for the County of Wyoming, on Monday the I9th day of August, A. D. 1867, then and there to answer the 1 said complaint, and to show cause, if any there be, why the bonds of matrimony between himself and ; Maria Shaver, his wife, shall not be dissolved. M. W. DeWITT, Sheriff Sheriff's office,(Tuuk. July 16, 1867, SUBPfKNA in DIVORCE. James H. Bagley i In the Court of Common vs. > Pleas Wyoming County, Emeline D. Bagley jNo. 24, January Term, 1867 LIBEL FOR DIVORCE FROM THE BONDS OF MATRIMONY. I, M. W. Dewitt High Sheriff of the County of Wyoming, do hereby make known unto Emeline D. Bagley, that she be and appear at a Court of C'etn tuou Pleas, to be held at Tunkhannock iu the Coun ty aforesaid, on Monday the 19th day of August, A. D. 1867, then and there to answer the said complaint, and show cause if any she hath, why the bonds of matrimony between herself and James 11. Bagley her husband shall not be disolvcd. M. W. DEWITT, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Tunk. July 9th '67. v6n47tf. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. WHEREAS, Letters testamentary to the estate of Asa Keeler, late of Northmoreland town ship. Wyoming County, deceased, have been graut ed to the subscriber. All persons indebted to the said estate are requested to make dimmeiate pay ment, and those having claims or demands against the estate of said decedent will make known the same without delay to MILO KEELER, Executor. Keelersburg, July 16, 1867. CORPORATION NOTICE WHV.REAS, application has been made to the Court of Common Pleas of Wyoming County for the grant ing of a Charter of Incorporation to the Baptist Church, of Tunkhannock borough in said County, the same having been filed in the office of the Pro thonotary of said Court. Notice is hereby given that if no sufficient reason to the contrary is shown, it shall be lawful for the said Court at ttie next erm thireot to declare that the persons so associated, I shall according to the articles and conditions set lorth j in said courier, become, and be a corporation or body politic, in law anu in fact, and the court will make such other direction* as the case may require. E. J KEEN£Y,Piothonoury Tunk July,B, 1867 vba47. CORPORATION NOTICE, MIIEREAS, application has been made to th<* Cburt of Common Pleas of Wyoming County for the granting of a Charter of Incorporation to the Metho dist Episcopal Church ot Factoryville, in said County, the same having been filed in the office of the Pro thonotary of said Court. Notice is hereby given that if no sufficient reason to the contrary is shown, it shall be lawtul for the said Court at the next term thereof to declare that the persons so associated, shall according to the articles and conditions set fort a in said Charter, become, and be a corporation or body politic in law and in fact, and the court will make such other directions ,s the case may require. E. J. KEENEYjProthonotarv. Tunk. July Bth 1867---v6n47. ORPHAN'S COURT SALE. Notice is hereby given that all the right, title and interest of Jed Hollenback, a minor son of the late Eben Hollenback, dee'd., in and to all that certain farm, lot, or messuage, situate in Washington Tp., and bounded on the North by laad of Morgan Max well. East by land of Lewis Cook, South by land of A. W. Robinson and Jared Robinson, and on the West by land of Win. Jayne and the Susquebannna River, containing one hundred and sixty acres, more or less, (being the same farm now in possession of Irwin Hollenback) will be sold by virtue of an order of the Orphaqg Court on Friday, the 2nd day ot August, 186775t one o'clock. P. M. at the Court House in Tunkhannock Boro. R. R. LITTLE, Attor ney for Guardian Ac., v6n47. For Sale. A YOKE OF FOUR-YEAR OLD CATTLE—fit for beef, or for working cattle. For particulars—enquire at this office. MANHOOD AND YOUTHFUL VIGOR are re gained by HKLMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU. JP 0 R SALE, TWO TOP BUGGIES, ONI NEARLY NEW FOR 1200 ONE BUT SLIGHTLY WORN. FOR SISO. Will be sold for cash or exchanged for bark. PALEN BROS. Tunk June 24th 1867.—v6n46-tf. SHATTEREDCONSTITUTIONS RESTORED by Helinbola'a Extract Bucha, REGISTER'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to all persons interested, that the following accounts and claims have been filed in the Register's Office in and for Wyoming Co. will be presented to the Orphans' Court to be held at Tunkhannock, in and for the same County, on Monday the 19th day of August next, for confirma tion and allowance ; Widow's Claim in the estate of Abraham Ace, l&te of Tunkhannock Tp. dee'd., Filed Dec, 22d 1866. Widow's Clsim in the estate of Conrad Kintner, late of Tunkhnnnoca Tp. dee'd. Filed March 30,'67 Widow's Claim in the estate or Albert Rosengrant late of Eaton Tp. dee'd. Filed April 22, 1867. Widow's Claim in the estate of Moses Vaughn,late of Meboopany Tp. dee'd- Filed April 29. 1867, Widow's claim in the estate of William E. Holmes late of Falls Tp. dee'd. Filed May 18, 1867, Widow's Claim in the estate of Minor Worden.late I of Nicholson Tp. dee'd. Filed June 14, 1867. Final Account ol Joseph Graham, Executor of the j last Will and Testament of Samuel Van luzer, late of Tunknannock Tp. dee'd. Filed July 13, 1 3 57. Widow's Claim in the estate af Ludd Shoemaker, lale of Winduam Tp. dee'd, Filed July 15,1867, Final Account of Esra Thompson and William H. Crispell, Administrators of the estate of Thomas Crispell, late of Monroe Tp.„dec'd. Filed July 20, 1867. Final Account of E, J. Mowry, Administrator of the estate of E. Mowrey Jr., late of the Township of Meshoppen de'd. Filed July 15, 1867. Final Aocount of Stevens Dana, Administrator of the estate of Henry Metcalf, late of Tunkhannock Boro. dee'd. Filed July 22, 1867 O. L P ARRISH, Register. Register's Office, Tunk July 22, '67. BRICK! BRICK!' The subscriber hu now on hand and. will .hereaf ter constantly keep FOR SALE A FINE LOT of SMOOTH WELL BURNED BRICK, at his brick yard opposite Palen A Bros, new Tannery, IjV TUWEHAWWOCE } TA. which will be sold cheap.'and inj quantities to suit purchasers. I H. W, RHODES. v6n47-tf. PBRUVIAJNT SYRUP. 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 DYSPEP SIA. DEBILITT, FEMALE WKKKNKSS, Ac., would but test the virtues of the PERUVIAH SVRUP, the effect would not only astonish themselves but would please all their friends ; tor instead of feeling 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 SYRUP, and the re sult fully sustain your prediction. It has made a NEW MAN of me, intused into my system new vigor and energy ; I am no longer tremulous and debili tated, as when you last saw me, but stronger, heart ier, and with laiger capacity tor labor, mental and physical, than at any time during the last five years." Thousands hate been changed by the use of this remedy from weak, sickly, suffering creatures, to strong, healthy, and happy merrand women ; and invalids cannot reasonably hesitate to give it a trial. The genuine has "Peruvian Syrup" blown in the glass. A 32 page pamphlet will be sent free J. P DINSMORE, Proprietor, No. 36 Dey St-, New York. Sold by all Druggists. SCROFULA. The Rev. George Storrs, of Brooklyn, N.JY, says in the Bible Examiner, byway of apology for pub lishing a medical certificate in his magazine, of the cure of his only Bon, of Scrofula, "after dissolution appeared inevitable." "We publish this statement "not for pay but io gratitude to God who hat an "swered prayer, and injustice to Dr. Anders ; be ' itig satisfied that there is virtue in the lodine Wa "tertreatment, which the readers of this Magazine "will thank its editor for for bringing to their no tice," Circulars free. Dr. H. Anders' lodine Water is for sale by J. P. DINSMORE, Proprietor, 36 Dey St., N. Y., and y all Druggists. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU gives health and vigor to the frame and bloom to the palid cheek. Debility is accompanied by many alarming symptoms, and if no treatment is submitted to, con sumption insantity, or epileptic fits ensue. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU and improve Rose Wash cures secret and delicate disorders in al their stages, at little expense, little or no changein diet, no inconvenience and no exposure. It is pleas ant in tarte and odor, immediate in its action, and free from all injurious properties. HELMBOLD'S CONCENTRATED EXTRACT BU CHU, Is the Great Diuretic. HELMBOLD'S CONCENTRATED EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA Is the Great Blood Purifier. Both are prepared according to rules of Chemistry and Bharmacy, and are the most active that can bo made. IIELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCUU Is a certain cure for diseases of the BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL, DROPSY, OR GANIC WEEKNESS, FEMALE, COMPLAINTS, GENERAL DEBILITY, and a!t diseases of the URINARY ORGANS. whether existing in MALE OR FEMALE, from whatever cause originating and no matter of HOW LONG STANDING. Diseases of these organs require the use of a diuretic If no treatment is submitted to, Consumption or Insanity may ensue. Our Flesh and Blood are sup ported from these sources, and the HEALTH AND HAPPINESS, and that of Posterity, depends upon prompt use of a re liable remedy. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU, Established upwards of 18 years, prepared by H. T HELM BOLD, DRUGGIST, 594 Broadway, New York, and 104 South 10th Street,Philadelphia,Pa ▼6n29-ly. PROF, J SHLIieilF. BARBER AND HAIR-DRESSER Takes pleasnre in announcing to his old customers anJ the public, generally, that he has now secured the services as an assistant —ot |LLRST LATE FROM PARIS, Those wishing a good shave or other work in his line can now be accommodated without the vexatious deliys experienced at "one horse" shops, SHAMPOOING, HAIR-CUTTING, DRESSING, DYEING, CURLING, Ac.. Ac. I done in the best style and at reasonable rates. TOMADES, IPEEF UMEET a?id EX Til A C TS, always on hand, and for sale at the old stand on Txoga St reel, J BERLINGHOF Tunkhanaock, Pa; Feb. 12, 1867—v6n27-tf.. Dr. SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS A SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL. These Pill's are composed of various roots having the power to relax the secretions of tha liver as promptly and effectually as blue pill or mercury, and without producing any of those disagreeable or dan gerous effects which offten follow the use of the lat ter. In all bilious disorders these Pills may bo used with confidence, as they promote the discharge of vitiated bile, and remove those obstructions from the liver and biliary ducts, which are the cause of bil ious affections in general SCHENCK S MANDRAKE PILLS cure Siok Headache, and all disorders of the Liver, indicated by sallow skin, coated tongue, eostiveness, drowsi ness, and a general fueling or weariness and lassi tude, showing that the liver is in a torpid unob structed condition. In short, these Pills may be used with advantag in all casea whon a purgative or alterativo medicino s required. Please ask for "Dr. Schenck's Mandrake Pills and observe that the two likenesses of the Doctor a' n the Government stamp—one when in the last stage of Consumption, and the other in his present health. Sold by all Druggista'and dealers. Price 25 cents per box. Principal.OfficeJNo. 15 North 6th Street, biladelphia, Pa. General Wholesale Agents : Demas BarnesA Co, 21 Park Row' New York ; S. S. Hance, 108 Balti more St., Baltimore, Md.; John D. Park.N. R. eor of Fourth and Walnut St., Cincinnati, Ohio ; Wal ker A Taylor, 134 and Wabash Avenue, Chicago 111.; Collins Brothers, Southwest corner of Second and Yin* Streets, St. Louis, Mo. 4thA sth w. ea moi I yr TAKE NO MORE UNPLEASANT AND UN SAFE REMEDIES for unpleasant and dangerou iseas s. Use Helmbeld's Extract Buchu and Ims laved Rose Wash. ENFEEBLED AND DELICATE CONSTITU TIONS, of both sexes, use Helmbold's Extract, Bu chu. It will eerisk andgive energetic feelings and enable you to sleep well. List of Persons drawn to serve as Jurors for August Term, 186 T. GRAND JURORS. Clinton —Wm. Perigo, Eaton—James Croop, Andrew J. Fruthey, Exeter —Samuel H. Sickler. Jr. Falls— Charick Dewitt, Michael Walter, Leinon —Nathan Keim Mesboppen —Nathan Welles, Erastus Bowman, Mehoopany—Frank Vaughn, Geo Henning, C, L. Vaughn, Monroe—Elihue Parrish, Lewis M. Austin, Nicholson—Henry L. Harding, Wm, 0. Gardner, Wm. Steel, Lemuel Harding, Northnjoreland—John Ellsworth, North Branch—Charles Dewolf, Windham— Charles Fassett, James Gordon, Washington—Charles Place, Wesley Crawford, rETIT JCRORS. Braintrim—Philip Thomas, John S. Lum. Clinton—Warren Briggs, Eaton--John D. Rogers, Markliu Robinson, Ester— Simeon Gay, W. Coolbaugh Forkston—o. B. Vose, Falls—A. T Dowitt, Lemon—Lawrence Clouse, W. Reynolds,B*nj. P. Carver. Meshoppen—N. P. Dunlap. John Gay, Mehoopany—S. K. Smith, John Habn, John Maynard,Kufus Decker, W. M. Jennings. A. K. Farr Monroe—Daniel Morgan, Nicholson—-Dan'l. Decker, John Qillroy, Northmoreland—Joseph Daily, Edwajd Kirkham, Henry Webb, North Branch—Patrick Kinsley, Overfield—C. A. Patrick, J W. Hunter, Tunk. Tp.—Frank Decker, Jas. H. Sampson, Tunk. Boro George Fetzer, Windham—Jacob Williams, Washington—Ruel Williams, G. B. Vosburg Chas. Kintner. HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU is pleasant in taste and odor, free lroin all injurious properties, aad immediate in its action. ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS. Allentown, Penn., April 4, 1865, Messrs. T. ALLCOCK A Co.: Dec. Sirs :—My daughter used one of your Po rous Plasters. She bad a vary bad paiu in her side. and it cured her in one week; Yours truly, JOHN V.N. HUNTER. We refer to the Forty Thousand Di ugglsts who soil our Plasters, as to their high sterling char acter. ALLCOCK A COAgency, Brandreth House, New York. Sold by all Druggists • v6n47-4t FRIGHTFUL EXECUTION ! is done upon thousands of grey heads, bv endeavor ing to darken them with metalic dyes that SCORCH AND BLAST the fibres from tip to root. IST" Avoid these horri ble DISFIGURING AGENTS, 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 hair. Manufactured by J. CBIS TADORO. 6 Astor House. New Y'ork, Sold by Drug gists, Applied by all Hair Dressers. TUB Iff &ssssss RAIL ROAD CO. THE IE FIE ST MOETGAGE EOWDS As an Investment. The rapid progress of the Union Pacific Railroad now building west from Omaha, Nebraska, and for ming, with its western onncctions, an unbroken line across the continent, attracts attention to the value of tho First Mortgage Bonds which the Company now offer to the pullic. The first question asked by prudent investors is, "Are these bonds secure ?" Next, "are they a profitable investment 7" to reply in brief; Ist. The early completion of the whole great lin to the Pacific is HS certain as any future business eventjean be. The Government grant of over tweo - ty million acres of land and fifty million dollars in its own bonds practically guarantees it. One fourth of the work is already done, and the track continues to be laid at the rate of two miles a day. 2d. The Union Pacific Railroad bonds are issued upon what promises to be one of the most profitable lines of railroad in tho country. For many years it must be the 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, and fully equipped with depots, locomotives, cars, Ac., and two trains are daily running each way. The mate ri als for the ,emaining 131 miles to the eastern base of the Rocky Mountains are on band, and it is under contract to be done in.feeptember. 4th The net earnings of the sections already fin ished are several times greater than the gold inter est upon the First Moggage Bonds upon such sec tions, and if not another mile of tbe road were built the part already completed would not only pay in terest and expenses, but be profitable to the Com pany. sth. The Union Pacific Railroad bonds can be is ued only as the rood progresses, and therefore can never be in the market unless they represent a bona fide property. 6th. Their amouat is is strictly limited by law to a sum equal to what is grunted by tbe U. S. Gov ernment, and for whi-h it takes a second lien as its security. This amount upon the first 517 miles west from Amaha is only 816,000 per mile. 7th The fact that /he U. S. Government consid ers a second lien upon the road a good investment, and that some of the shrewdest railroad builders of the country have already paid in five million dol lars upon the stock (which is to them a third lien), may well Inspire confidence in a first lien. Bth. Although it is not claimed that there can be any better securities that Governments, there are parties who consider a first mortgage upon such a property as this the very best security in the world, and who sell their Governments to re-invest in these ! bonds—thus securing a greater interest, 9tb. As the Union Pacific Railroad bends are offer ed for the present at 90 cents on the dollar and ac crued interek, they are the cheapest security in the market, being over 15 per cent, less than U. S. Stocks. 10th, At the current rate of of premium on gold, they pay Over Wine per Cent. Interest. The daily subscriptions are already large, and the will continue to be received in New York by Continental National Rank, No, 7 Nassau St. Clark, Dodge & Co., Bankers, 51 Wall St, John J. Cisco & S<y Bankers, No. 33 JFall St. 3 31 Henrv Olews & Co., Bankers, 32 Well st. V 3 and by BANKS AND BANKERS generally through out the United States, of whom maps and descriptive pamphlets may he obtained, Tbey will also be sent by mail from the Company's Office, No. 20 Nasss'i Street, New York, on application. Subscribers will select their rwn Agents in wboin tbey hare confi dence, who alone will be responsible to them for tbe safe delivery of the bonds. JOHN J. CISCO, Treasurer, NEW YORKv i vfln4B-3. MM VALLEY BAIL ISA! OPSH THROUGH FROM KRW TCRK'AHD PHILADILFHIA TO WIL ItKSB ARRK, forming dir*et rail connection* WOETE, SOUTH, EAST and WEST. SUMMER TIME TABLE ] COMMENCING X UWE /7t h, /86 7. All Through Trains make close eonnectione _ with Trains to and from New York and Philadelphia. THE MAIN LINE TRAINS FROM WILKESBABE (the present north ern terminus of this road) TO NEW YORK and PHILADELPHIA, Leave WILKESBARRE at 8 o'clock A. M. and 1.30 P. M. Arrive at New York at 3.15 and 10,25 P. M. Philadelphia, at 2 05 and 8.40 " Leave New Y'ork 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 BITDERY. Having securred the services of Mr. H. Zoehe, one of the best binders to be | found _in the State, we are prepared te furnish to BANKS, INSURANCE COMPANIES, MERCHANTS, MANUFACTURERS. COAL OPERATORS, HOTELS and others, with BLANK BOOKS of every description, on short! notice, bound in any style desired, in the most substantial manner, at reasonable prices. Magazines bound, and old books rebound, at New York prices. Orders left at the office of the paper publishing this advertisement, or sent by Express, will be at tended to and returned without unnecessary delay. E. S. M. HILL. Scranton, Pa., June 3. 1867—v6n44-ly. FARMERS AND MECHANICS Take N o.t ie e , SURFACE PLANING and MATCHING, CIRCULAR and SCRO LL SAWING . ALL KINDS of MACHINERY repair in good style. PLOWS, HARROWS, CULTIVA TORS, HOBSE-HOES, ROLLERS, and SCRAPERS, on hand or to order. Power and hand Cornshellers; and Farming tools generally, MILLER A AVERY, v6n43-ly. now openeeTT or A. B. MOTT. THE CORNER STORE, FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY HENRY STARK. IN TUIf XHANNOCK, PA. A NEW STOCK A NEW STOCK A NEW STOCK A NEW STOCK O* % SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS consisting of consisting of consisting of consisting ot V DRY" GOODS DRY GOODS DRY GOODS DRY GOODS DRESS GOODS DRESS GOODS DRESS GOODS DRESS GOODS GROCERIES GROCERIES GROCERIES GROCERIES PAINTS AND OILS PAINTS AND OILS . PAINTS AND OILS PAINTS AND OILS HATS AND CAPS HATS AND CAPS HATS AND CAPS HATS AND CAPS CARPETING - CARPETING CARPETING CARPETING Ac,, Ac., Ac, Ac*, AC., AC., Ac,, Ac., Ac., Ac., AC., AC., In large quantities and at reduced prices. A. B, MOTT. Tunis. May 1, '66—v6n3B tf. NOTICE, All persons indebted to the estate of Geo. S. Tut to n E'q late of Tunkhannock, Pa., dee'd., by book account, note, oi otherwise, will save trouble and ex pense by mailing a speedy settlement with SARA TUTTON, HARVEY SICKLER. Admr's, Tunk. P# Juß* 24th 1867.— tf. Drug Store TUNKHANNOCK. NEW FIRM, LYMAN & WELLS. Dr. Lyman respectfully anoouncee Hurt he her taken Dr. E. H. Wells as a partner in the DRUG BUSINESS, and that they will continue to keep A COM PLETE ASORTMENT, In their line, at the old stand 7 of J. W. Lyman A Co,, on Tioga St. We caunot enumerate articles, bat it is oar inten tion to present a WELL SELECTED AND RELIABLE STOCK adapted to this market, and meriting the atiefr tion of all who desire MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, PAINTS, DTE STUFFS, <ko. Ac. dso^ At rates as low as can possibly be afforded. N. B.—All professional calls promptly attended. Prescriptions carefully prepared, at all times, by one of the Doctors. J. W. LYMAN, M, D. E, H. WELLS, M. D v6c396m. DR. RHO ADS' AND t The largest and most complete Drug Store in TUNKHANNOCK, NEW GOODS FOR EVERYBODY !!l PRICES REDUCED. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY I Just received and for Sale a splendid Stoek eg. fto ineinding—' BKISS, riiNii, TAR NISHBS, DYE S T U*F F S , BRUSHES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, Pocket Books, Hair Tonics, HAIR DTW, STERLING'S AMBBOSIA, TOOTH DROPf, HAIR OILS, POMADES A PERFUMERIES, FANCY NOTIONS, CONFECTIONERY, STATIONERIES TOBACCO, HAVANA CIGARS, (HEAL,) • * ABDOMINAL SUPPORTERS, SHOUL DER BRACKS, TRUSSES, Ac., A., As All the Popular PATENT MEDICINES of the do.y And in fact every imaginable artiolt belonging to a FISST CLASS DRUG STORE PHYSICIANS' PRESKCIPTiONS efully compounded at ail boars of; and bight, Don't forget to call at DR. RHOADB* DRUG'STORI. xfaSW. funAawek^Pa.