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fjocal and Personal*
The Ole BullTragan^"d all others musi
i- I will be glad to learn that,\ioliaa, A c
"'if Concertinis, Violin string, and Bows, Sheet
v 1 books Ac., are constantly kept on hand
mu ,i C) Mu. . notiM) at the
° rf 7^oreofP" B-nisA Bros., on Bridge
Jewelry Store ot r.
. Tll e Flouring Mills of Piatt, Miller,
.bUI, for ...
* R ° W ' 1 aave been undergoing thorough repairs
"pr.J to do .11 wo* 00 .tort DOtic. << " >•
Justices of the Peace will conform to the require
men ts of the law, in such case made and provided ;
and contribute to the interests of taxpayers of the
County, by sending all recognizances taken by them
in criminal cases, to the District Attorney, at least
ten days before Court.
Meeting the Difficulty.—Many persons who
are desirous of obtaining a Piano or MeloJeon, are
unable to furnish sufficient means at one time to pay
for it • to meet this difficulty, L. B. Powell, of
Scranton. proposes to f : Musical Instruments on
installments, as far as possible,to .uit the purchaser
Communicate with hitn eitner by letter or tn per
Excellence in any of the fine arts, so called, is
onlv attained by the few : and is much more fre
quently the result of long continued, patient industry
and observation than of genius. When this and
those other qualities arc united in the same person'
we have one who excells in his art. Such a person
is Mr. W. Buger, the Artist, at this place. A visit to
whose studio will not only afford great pleasure to
any lover of art, but wi'.l afford ample proof of our as
sertion In addition to the countless pictures, sketches
and articles of virtu.be has quite a collection of
curiosities-in the a MOB I kingdom—rare birdsand
nns mils stuffed, and looking as natural as life. Go
and see thim, rooms over the Bank, in Stark's brick
An Invention of practical every-day utility has
been exhibited to its by an old acquaintance, Thomas
Chambeis, Esq. of Waverly, Pa, the Agent for its
sale in this County. It is called tha ,f White Wire
Clothes Line," and is destined to entirely supercede
the rope line now in use. The advantages of this
Patent wire may be briefly stated as follows : It
does Dot stain nor injure clothes. It is almost in
destructible. It never breaks. It never needs be
"taken in." Clothes will not freeze fast to it. It
does not stretch when dry, nor contract when wet. —
It ts cheaper than any other line—the cost per foot,
being but a trifle above that of the common rope
line ; which only lasts about a year.
It will save an incalculable amount of internal
and-eziernal scolding on washing day, by Deing al
ways up and in place.
Every man who refuses to buy and put up one of
theSe lines, should be obliged to wear dirty linen on
court weeßs.general training, thanksgiving and show
days j and indeed ou all public occasions, until he
repents, believes and buys
Glail Tidings to all.--We begin to think that
the uiilUniim is fas! approaching, when thesonsof
Adam and the daughters of Eve will be relieved from
the primal penalty imposed t pon on them for the
disobedience of the eld Lady and Gei tleman, in the
garden. The 'hard labor" part that )*Dalty
can certainly in alleviated. An examination of the
practical woikincsof the "Amospberic Churn l>ash'
UoW on exhlhi'ion by Mr. Reynolds, Agent, for the
sale it tights, in this County, poo e this, This
gcntliu-ar. with bis patent- dss-b, churr.ed a jar of
cream at r ur house and took tberefiom a fine roll of
butter, in less than five minutes. This ts what we
call churning made easy-a. thing lhat'we didn't
■ uppote tould be did. Of course every body sooner
or later will have one of these Dashes, Of course
everybody at fir.t will doubt, then see and then be
lie re. Mr Reynolds ie at Wall's Hotel, for the pur
pole of removing doubts by letting pecplo see, When
this is done, he proposes to sell the right to vend and
use these dashe-rinthe several Townships in this Co.
See his advertisement, in to-day's paper
"The pcrtumed light
Steals through the mist of alabaster lamps.
And every air is heavy wilh the breath
Of orau g- flowers that bloom
I' the midst of roses."
Suck was the flowry land filled with healing aire
and life-preserviug products, where Dr Drake dis
covered the thief ingredient of his wonderful Tonic
Medicine — PLANTATION BITTKKB— the enchanted
tropicle island of St. Croix. The Plantation Bitters
combining 8-11 the medicinal and tonio virtues of the
healing and life-sustaining products of that favored
clime, are, without doubt, the Worlds Great Kemedy
for Dyspepsia, Low, Spirits, and all other Stomachic
Magnolia Water.--A delightful toilet article —
superior Co Cologne aod at half the price.
Answer to Enigma.—A few of cur subscribers
seem to have some trouble in guessing the import of
the letters and figures on the tinted address label on
their papers, Perhaps they are not good st Enig
mas. We feel it our duty to give such, an explana
tion of of these cabalistic, words, and figuers, which'
we are glad to say, a large majority of our frieuds
fully eotnpreheud and act upon. The explanation
may be given as follows : Suppose your name was
John Doe, Suppose, again, that John Doe had
been taking the Democrat from about the first day
f August, A- D. 1861, and had never paid one con
tinental red cent for it. The words and figures on
the label on Mr. Doe's paper wouid read thusly,
"John Doe 1 Aug. 61."
We are ashamed to confess that we have a few of
these John Doe's and quite an .mber who are closely
related to the Doe family, on our list, whose real
names, it might be interesting to the public, to
We may be obliged to gratify the public curiosity
by publishing their nr.mes, if they fail much longer
to updsrstand and act upon the explanation we have
Have w< a Mine Among us t—ls the ques.
•tion that is just now exercising the minds of the peo
ple in Nicholson Tp. in this County. It has been
well known, for a long time past, that at several
points in that township, there existed ores and me
talic substances of some kind. From experiments
recently made, it is believed that GolJ and Silver
exist there in sufficient quantities to make mini ng
profitable. This is the opinion of practical men,
who are now giving a practical demonstration of the
faith that is in them, by organizing a mining Com
pany ; and are securing the necessary machinery
arid appliances for thoroughly testing the value of
these discoveries. Tne title of the Company organ
ized for this purpose, (we copy from an impression
of THEIR seal; is "THE NEW YORK A PENNSVLVANIA
GOLD AS SILVER MINING COMPANT— - Or WTOMING
>, PA. 1 We expect to be able to report progress
and announce results hereafter. It may be that the
Id'rzde ef the east is located here in Wyoming
, Uut y. It is charitaole and gratifying to think so,
" lc *-t If these grand old mountains of ours, are
001 teeming with precious metals, they are entirely
except M studies for the poet aid tha paint
#r' nature, in getting them up, may have
® • provision for tbo gratification of other tastes
iß d Interest! as well.-We shall see,
ni us (Jown a nugget, for a breast-pin
Excursion.—Pursuant tL an invitation II- j
tended by Mr. Swiiher, the gentlemanly end oblig
ing proprietor of the stage line from Tnnkhancoek
to Montroee, in behalf of the oitiaeni of Sp riogville
oar Brass Band started for the latter point aboat
one o'clock on Thursday afternoon of last reek, —
A comfortable and commodious conveyance had
been provided, the day was propitious, and indica
tions of a good time and pleasant trip were
immediately manifest After playing a tune
through town we were "brought to a stand" in front
of Wall's Hotel, where several of our prominent
citizens had congregated to do us honor, and ex
tend to us their hospitalities- A beautiful boqnet
from Mrs. Win. M. Piatt, was presented to as, ac
com pan il by a few appropriate remarks by the
Major and acknowledgad by our leader: The na
tional banner waa mounted and raised; and after
being saluted by "the red, white and blue" from
the band, we literally tore ourselves away, fol
lowed by the good wishes of all present. Jokes,
puns, stories, individual experiences, and mastc,
vocal and instrumental, were the order of the
journey Reaching Lynn, we stopped for a short
time in front of Mr Hendrick's store, and after re
constructing upon the "Niagara Star" basis, pro
ceeded to fipringville Hollew. Our reception ana
treatment there was enthusiastic, generous, and ap
preciative, We each and all of us feel that we shall
always kindly remember tkat village and its citizens,
more particularly the young ladies, whoso words
and smiles furnished us with so pleasant music and
encouragement. We have neglected to notice one
item while passing, but as a good thing is always in
order we will, as Boxer says, "do it now." As we
were abeut crossing the line between the two coun
ties, a dog half black and half white- was dis
covered quietly reposing in the middle of the road.
One of the party called our attention to him and sug
gested that that must be the line mark ; leaving us
to infer that in his judgment the complexion of the
d g was indicative of the political complexion of the
two counties. But to return. We remained at Spring
vilie that eight, and early the next morning were on
our ay to M< ntrose, where we had been informed
vtr were expected that day. Arriving at "the Cope
farm" we were met hy Mr. Conkiin, the present own
er who very liberally contributed to our wants in the
shape of some very excellent cider, Proceeding to
Montrose we arrived atSearla' Hotel, now kept by
Charley Koon, about seven and a half o'clock, Our
breakfast had already been ordered for us oy Mr.
George Jessup, who had preceded us from Bp' ing
ville ; and we were all prepared to do it ample jus
tice. We remained in Montrose until after dinner,
were feasted and feted splendidly, and without feo
or reward, and were very urgently requested to pro
long our visit to an indefinite extent; and if any
person says that Charley isn't a good man and can't
keep a hotel, or that his lady is not especially accom
plished in her department of the same, at least
twelve appreciative young men, and competent judg
es, too, are prepared to impeach him at once.
We are now, (two o'clock P. M.) homeward bound,
regretting the necessity that compelled us to leave
Montrose and its inducements, so hurriedly. Stop
ping for a short timeatDimtnock, we were, met by a
delegation of friends from borne, who were sufficiently
interested in us and with us to come that far to meet
us. We proceeded until we were again stopped by
Mr. Conkiin for "a little mora cider." Beached
.-pringvillc to tea, and found, as the day before, ev
erything aice, ready and waiting, Without allowing
ourselves time to reciprocate the couitesiesextended
toward us, we -pointed" rapidly toward borne. Were
> again met at Lynn by a special from Mr. Uendiick,
• and soon by an irresUtable from Mr. Garwood Sher
' uiuD, f iter of our jovial and enterprising townsman.
Mr. llenry Sbarinau, after which wa arrived safely at
home. Some factious individual has asserted that
we were too well treated to do ourselves justice upon
our arrival here Which assertion we emphatically
deny, andean disprove by a cloud of witnesses.
The Republican Standing Committee for
Wyoming County, will meet in the Borough ofTunk
haunock on Monday, 19 Aug. at 1 o'clock. P. M.—
A general attendance is requested, as business of
special importance will be transacted.
R. P, POSS, Chairman.
WHITWORTH—In McLennan County, Texas, on
the 3th ult., f typhoid fever, Emma Jane, wife
ot Win. Whitworth. and daughter of David Oa
terhout, aged about 23 years; formerly of Wyo
ming County, Pa.
I hereby forbid all persons purchasing or negotia
ting a certain no'e for #'2oo, —given by C. W.
Brink, of Falls Township, Wyoming Co., to mo ; aa
the same has been lost or stolen from me,
• PHILLIP KURCIIIES.
July 15th 1867-V6D49.
Letter testamentary having been granted toe un
dersigned on the estate of Samuel Lyman, late of
Meshoppen Tp. Uec'd. Notice is hereby given all
persons indebted to the said estate, to make imme
diate payment of the same, and all pesons having
claims against the same, will present them duly au
thenticated fur settlement without delay to
Washington, July 22nd 1867-v6u49-6w.
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons interested
that 1 have applied to the Hon., the Judgfcs of
the Court of Common Pleas, in and for the County
of Wyoming, for the benefit of the insolvent laws of
this commonwealth, and that they have appointed
the first day of next term of said court, toe 19th
day of August next, to bear me and my creditors,
at the Court House, in the Borough of Tunkhannock
when and whero you can attend, if you think proper.
Exeter, Juiy 15, 1867.
Maria Shaver by her next } In the Court of Common
friend Levi Winters vs. > Pleas of Wy*g Co., No
I Ilenry K. Shaver. )32 January term. 1b67
LIBEL FOR DIVORCE FROM THE BONDS OF
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 Tunkhannock. in aud for
the County of Wyoming, on Monsay the 19th day
ef August, A. D. 1367, then and there to answer the
said complaint, and to show cause, if any there be,
why the bonds of matrimony between bimseif and
Maria Shaver, his wife, shall not be dissolved.
M. W. DeWITT, Sheriff
Sheriff's office, Tunk. July 16, 1867,
BUBP(BNA 111 DIVORCE.
James H. Bagley } In the Court of Common
vs. > Pleas Wyoming County,
Emeline D. Bagley >No. 24, January Term, 1867
LIBEL FOR DIVORCE FROM THE BONDS OF
I, M. W. Dewitt High Sheriff of the County of
Wyuining, do hereby make known unto Emeline D.
Bagley, that she be and appear at a Court of Com
mon Pitas, to be held at Tunkhannock in 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, wby the bonds of
matrimony between herself and James H. Bagley
ber husband shall not be disolved.
M. W. DEWITT, Sheriff
Sheriff's Office, Tunk. July 9th'67, von47tf.
A YOKE OF FOUR-YEAR OLD CATTI E a.
for beef, or for working catUe.
For particulars—enquire at this office
Wmcmias, application has beea 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 lawfdl fop the said Court at tbe next
erm thereof to declare that the persons so associate d,
shall according to tbe articles and conditions set forth
in said Charter, become, and be a corporation or
body politic, in law ana in fact, and the court will
make such other directions as the case may require.
Tunk. July,B, 1867-v6n47.
Whereas, application has been made to the
Court of Common Pieas of Wyoming County for tbe
granting of a Charter of Incorporation to the Metho
dist Episcopal Church of Factory ville, in said County,
tbe same having been filed in tbe office of tbe Pro
thoootary of said Court. Notice is hereby given
that if no sufficient reason to the contrary is shown,
it shall be lawtnl for the said Court at the next term
thereof to declare that the persons so associated,
shall according to the articles and conditions set
forth in said Charter, become, and be a corporation
or body politic in law and iu fact, and the court will
make such other directions the case may require.
E. J. KEENEY,Prothonotary.
*Tunk. July Bth 1867—v6n47.
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE.
Notice is hereby giren that all the right, title and
interest of Jed Hollenback, a minor son of the late
Ebon Hollenback, dee'd., in and to all that certain
farm, lot, or messuage, situate in Washington Tp.,
and bounded on tbe North by land 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 Wm. Jayne and the Susqueb.mnna
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 Orphans Court oa Friday, the 2nd day ot
August, 1867. at one o'clock, P. M. at the Court
House in Tunkhannock Bono.
R. R. LITTLE, Attor
ney for Guardian Ac.,
MANHOOD AND YOUTHFUL VIGOR are~re~-
gained by Helmbold's Extract Buchu.
P OR SALE.
TWO TOP BUGGIES,
ONE NEARLY NEW FOR 8.2 0 0
ONE BUT SLIGHTLY WORN,
Will be sold for cash or exchanged for bark.
Tunk June 24th 1867.—v6n46-tf.
SHATTERED CONSTITUTIONS RESTORED by
Helmbola's Extract Buchu.
Notice is hereby given to ali persons interes ted ,
that tbe following accounts and claims have been
fded in the Register's Office in and for Wyoming Co.
will be presented to tbe 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, late
of Tunkhannock Tp. dee'd., Filed Doc, 22d 1866.
Widow's Clrim in the estate of Conrad Kintner.
late of Tunkhannock Tp. dee'd. Filed March 30,'67
Widow's Claim in the estate or Albert Rosengrant
late of Eatou Tp. dee'd. Filed April 22, 1867.
Widow's Claim In tbe estate of Moses Vaughn,late
of Meboopany Tp. dee'd Filed April 29, 1867,
Widow's claim in the ertate of William E. Holmes
late of Falls Tp. dee'd. Filed May 18, 1867,
Widow's Claim in the estate of Minor Worden.late
of Nicholson Tp. dee'd. Filed June 14, 1867
Fii.al Account ol Joseph Graham, Executor of the
last Will and Testament of Samuel Vaniuzor, late
of Tunknannock Tp dee'd. Filed July 13, 1867.
Widow's Claim in tbe estate af Ludd Shoemaker,
late of Windham Tp. dee'd. Filed July 15, 1667,
Final Account of Ezra Thompson and William H.
Crispell, Administrators of the estate of Thomas
Crispell, late of Monroo Tp. dee'd. Filed July 20,.
Final Account of E, J. Mowry, Administrator of
tbe estate of E. Mowrey Jr., late of tbe Township of
Mesboppen de'd Filed July 15, 1867.
Final Account of Stevens Dana, Administrator of
the estate of Henry Metcalf, late of Tunkhannock
Boro. dee'd. Filed July 22, 1867.
0. L PARRISII,
Register's Office, Tunk. July 22, '67.
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 Dtspep
sia. Debility, Female Wkekness, Ac., would but
test the virtues of the Peruvian Sykcp, the effect
would not only astonish themselves but would
plaase all their frieuds ; 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 Svrup, and the re
sult fully sustain your prediction. It has made a
new man of me, iniused 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 iaiger capacity tor labor,* mental and
jibysical, than at any time during the lust five
Thousands have been changed by the use of this
remedy from weak, sickly, suffering creatures, to
strong, healthy, and happy men and women ; 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
J. P. DINSMORE, Proprietor,
No. 36 Dey St., New York.
Sold by all Druggists.
The Rev. George Storrs, of Brooklyn, N. Y, says
in tbe Bible Examiner, byway of apology for pub
lishing a medical certificate in his magazine, of the
cure of bis only son, of Scrofula, "after dissolution
appeared inevitable." "We publish this statement
"not for pay but in gratitude to God who hat an
"swered prayer, and injustice to Dr. Anders ; be
"ing satisfied that there is virtue in tbe lodine Wu
"(er treatment whieh the readers of this Magazine
"will thank its editor for for bringing to their no
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 and improve
Roee Wash cures secret and delicate disorders in al
their stages, at little expense, ljttle or no rhangein
diet, no inconvenience and no exposure. It is pleas
ant in taste and odor, immediate in its action, and
free from all injurious properties.
HELMBOLD'S CONCENTRATED EXTRACT BU
Is tbe Great Diuretic.
HELMBOLD'S CONCENTRATED EXTRACT
Is the Great Blood Purifier.
Both are prepared according to rules of Chemistry
and Bbarmacy, and are the most active that can ba
The subscriber baa now on hand and, will thereaf
ter constantly keep
A FINE LOT of SMOOTH WELL BURNED
BRICK, at his brick yard opposite Palen A Bros,
Mr TUJrxMAMfacx, TA.
which eheap tj aod in quantities to suit
• H. W. RHODES
ENFEEBLED AND DELICATE CONSTITU
TIONS, of bo to taxes, use Helmbold's Extract, Bu
chu. It will eeriak andgivi energetic feelings and
enable yon to sleep well. •
im .' **
Dr. BCHENCK'B MANDRAKE PILLi
A SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL.
These Pill's are composed of various roots having
the power to relax the secretions of the 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
In all bilious disorders these Pills may be used
with confidence, as they promote the discharge of
vitiated bile, oud remove those obstructions from the
liver and biliary ducts, which are the cause of bil
ious affections in general
SCHENCK S MANDRAKE PILLS cure Sick
Headache, and all disorders of the Liver, indicated
by sallow skin, coated tongue, oostiveness, drowsi
ness, and a general fooling or weariness and lassi
tude. showing that the liver is in a torpid orfob
In short, these Pills may be used]with advantag
in all cases.whon a purgative or alterative medicine
Please ask for "Dr. Scbenck'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
Sold by all Druggists'and dealers. Price 25 cents
per box. Principal
General Wholesale Agents : Demas Barnes A Co.
21 Park Row' New York ; S. S. Hance, 108 Balti
more St., Baltimore, Md.; John D. Park.N. E. cor
of Fourth and Walnut St, Cincinnati, Ohio ; Wal
ker A Taylor, 134 ana I3g Wabash Avenue, Chicago
111.; Collins Brothers, Southwest corner of Second
and Vine Streets, St. Louis, Mo.
4thA sth w. ea mo. I yr
~ TAKE NO MORE UNPLEASANT AND UN
SAFE REMEDIES for unpleasant ani dangcrou
iseas s. Use Ilclinbold's Extract Uuchu and lins
roved Rose Wash.
IIELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU is
pleasant in tasto and odor, free irom all injurious
properties, and immediate in its action.
Allentown, Penn., April 4, 1865,
Messrs. T. Allcock A Co.:
Dea. Sirs : —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 uggists
who sell our Plasters, as to their high sterling char
ALLCOCK A CO , Agency, Brandreth Heuse.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. 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 hair. Manufactured by J. CMS
TADORO. 6 Astor House. New York, Sold by Drug
gists, Applied by all Hair Dressers.
RAIL ROAD CO.
HIEI'It *I2iS7 MOTtTGAGJS
As an Investment.
The rapid progress of tbe Union Pacific Railroad
now building west from Omaha, Nebraska, and for
ming, with its western directions, an unbroken line
across tbe continent, attracts attention to tbe value
of the First Mortgage Bonds which the Company
now offer to tbe public. The first, jestion asks iby
prudent investors is, "Are these bonds secure I"
Next, "are they a profitable investment ?" to reply
Ist. The early completion of the whole great line
to the Pacific is ng certain as any future business
event'ean be. Tie Government gran*, of over twen
ty million acres of land and filty million dollars in
its own bonds practically guarantees it. One fourth
of the work is already done, and the trnck continues
to be laid at the rate of two miles a day.
2d. Tbe Union Pacific Railroad bonds are issued
upon what promises to be one of the most profitable
lines of railroad in tha county. For many years it
must be the only line connecting (be Atlantic and
Pacific ; and leiDg without competition, it can main
tain remunerative rates,
3d. 376 miles ot this road are finished, end fully
equipped with depots, locomotives, cars, Ac., and
two trains are daily running each way. The materi
als for the ,euiaining 131 miles to the eastern base
of the Rocky Mountains are on hand, and it is under
contract to be done in September.
4th Tbe net earnings of the sections already fin
ished are several times greater than the gold inter
est upon tbe First Mortgage Bonds upon such sec
tions, and if not another mile of the road were built
tbe part already completed would not only pay in
terest and 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 be in the market unless they represent a bona
6th. Their amount is is strictly limited by law to
a sum equal to whnt is granted by tbe U. S. Gov
ernment, and for whi h it takes a second lien as its
secarity. This amount upon tbe first 517 miles west
from Amaha is only 916,600 per mile.
7th The fact that /be U. S. Government consid
ers a second lien upon the road a good investment,
and that some of tbe shrewdest railroad builders of
tbe country have alreadv 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.
9th. As the Union Pacific Railroad bends are offer
ed for the present at 90 cents on the dollar and ac
crued interest, they are the cheapest security in tbe
market, beiDg over 15 per cent, less than U. S.
10th, At the current rate of of premium on gold,
Over JVinc per Cent. Interest.
Tbe daily subscriptions are already large, and
the will continue to be received in New York by tba
Continental National Bank, No, 7
Clark, Dodge & Co., Bankers, 51
John J. Cisco & Son, Bankers, No.
33 Wall St.
Henry Clews & Co., Bankers, 32
and by BANKS AND BANKERS generally through
out the United Statee, of whom mape and descriptive
pamphlets may be obtained, They will also be sent
by mail from the Company's Office, No. 20 Nassau
street, N?w York, on !••;-._ (W hav, oonfi-
SS,'& Si b.. " u "' n f "
sate delivery of the CISCO. Treasurer,
JOHN a. p Rk '
Thomas' Patent Atmospheric
Patented May 7th, 1867.
The most Important and Valuable Invcntionty
the 19 ty Century,
1. The Dasher is superior to any other, by beiog
as simple as the old daoher, and combining the at
mospheric principle therewith, and the Butter Gath
2. Ii is superior Vj ill others, lnesmach m the
same power applied to this in like mechanical eper
ations will make one-fourth more reciprooations.
3. It is superior te all others, inasmuch as it pro
duces in a much shorter timo.
4. It is superior to any other, inasmuch as it pro
duces a much better quality of Butter.
Lastly it is superior to any other Patent Cham,
inasmuch as it is 50U per cent, cheaper than any
It is well known to Dairymen and ethers, thnt
Butter is oontained in minute globules or sacks eov
sred with a membrane, and requires the aetion of
air to prepare the covering to be removed by trio
tion. The Scientific American says :
"If cream is dashed against hard substance er
mashed between bars or rollers,it breaks the globules
and becomes oily, by destroying the grain. It
should be thrown into currents and counter-currents
by the action of air, causing a friction by the cur
rents against each other, removing the covering
without breaking or bursting the globules."
This is the principle which the inventor of this
Dasher endeavored to keep, in view, and the result
LARGER YIELD OF BUTTER OBTAIN*# IN
LESS TIME THAN ANY OTHER DASHER
Experiments have proven that eny other me thod
except pumping air through the cream ,will not pen
etrate sufficiently to oxygenize all the globules pre
paratory to concentrating the butter. Throwing it
into the air by clappers of old fashioned Dashers,
does not sufficiently expose it to the air to bring out
The above Patent Dasher has beea purchased for
Susquehanna, Wyoming and Luaerne Counties by
A, P. Baldwin, of Montrose. The process of churn
ing can be seen on exhibition at Wall's Hotel, in
Tunkhannock, for a few days by Mr. Reynolds,
agent, who will sell township rights,
A. P. BALDWIN,
Mostrose, July 23d, 1867.
OPINIONS OF TBI PRESS.
The Philadelphia Inquirer speaking of this in
vention says: "This most simple, practical and
useful invention, truly, merits the patronage of
not only men of science, but also every agricultu
ralist and farmer.
The Philadelphia Age in speaking of the prac
tical operation of this invention says: Having
witnessed the operation of the A - oospharic Churn
Ds-h, we are without doubt satisfied that it is one
of the neatest and most useful inventions exhibit
ed- The dash can be used in any churn, and will
produce butter in from three to five minutes. Its
operation is simple and ingenious, acting on the
same principle as the ordinary air pump. By its
use fresh air is, upon each motion, forced into the
churn and the cream thrown into currents aid coun
ter currents, and producing not only a much finer
and healthies quality of butter, but fir greater
yield than can be obtained by any patent churn
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THE CORNER STORK,
BY HENRY STARK.
IN TUN KHAN NOCK, PA.
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REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kite Co., New for|.
LYMAN & WELLS.
Dr. Lyman respectfully snoounoee thai to to
taken Dr. E. H. Walla aa a partner In tto
and that they will oontinna to kaap
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Prescriptions carefully prepared, at all tinea, by
one of the Doctors.
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BARBER AND HAIR-DttESSER
[ Takes pleasure in announcing to his old customers
and the public, generally, that he baa now secured
the services as an asaisunt—of
LATE FROM PARIS,
Those wishing a good shave or other work in hia
line can now be accommodated without the rezatiow
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CURLING, Ac., ,
done in the best style and at reasonable rates.
TOMADES, UMBltr and
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