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on aubsoription |rty bushels of ears of corn, J. bushels of Buckwheat. ... bushels of Oats, ■rty bushels of Wheat, Hrtv bushels of Rye. . | r ty bushels of good, unbruized winter apples. Krty bushels of good potatoes, M r tv pounds of honey, M ny gallons of sweet cider, pounds of pork, pounds of beef, ewt of Hay, m rt y bundles of good cornstalks, ■ rty poundsofd^" 1 PP' eß - rho House of m latives at Harrisburg, has appointed A. J editor of the Montrose Democrat, Post Krforthat body. We hope our editorial broth- IT, find his position both pleasant an 1 profitable. L glad'hat we have one Post Master, at least, L commonwealth that is beyond the edict of Abolition rulers. flie Finances of the county, notwithstanding 'increased expenditures of the past year, in aid of families of volunteers and for other purposes i(.presented as in a very flourishing condition, ry dollar of outstanding orders bearing interest in bands of the money lendcre, has been taken up, j inucb to their annoyance They did not feel however in refusing the Green backs when len- K J by the late treasurer, Mr. Hoadly. .'Su Invitation.—Those of our readers who in- K to pay their subscription in | roduce of any kind, invited to bring it along. This husbeen season. Providence his abundantly bless ■ the raisers of eatables ; and, presuming that all patrons believe in a hereafter, we think it would a slight preparation in that direction as , Mi asshowing their gratitude to Providence by re- j .Mai be ring (substantialy) his needy children—the ! Maters. Whether our logic is sound or not, we Mat the produce at any rate. jhewi Depot.—The subscriber having establish ■ a News Depot at Dr. Rlioads' Drug store calls the of the readers to his Daily, Weekly and Month y Newspapers and Magazines. Mlf you want one hours later news take the Inquirer t Press. You will also find a fine assortment of sta toery Christmas presents which have just arrived- Call and see for yourselves. 'inquirer Daily 18 cts. per week, I Press, "* 20 " " W. E. WALTON. Musical.—We are gratified to he able to an- Muncc the fact that Prof. T. E, Perkins, Pri cipal of Mo Normal Musical Institute at Genneseo N. Y. is here to conduct a Musical Conventi' n, the Miri week in February. Prof. Perkins is admitted tbe one of the best conductors of such Conventions have, and every person in the County interested H tbe cultivation and advancement of musical Intel - ■fence, will be pleased to learn that his services Mrs been secured for the purpose mentione I. None, ■ho attended the first Convention held in the county, Mrs forgotten the pleasure and profit derived from B, or the ability with which Prof. Perkins conducted A. We hope every township in the county will be Hepresented. ■ Hospital Directory.—The Sanitary Cotmnis ■ua have established an office of information in re gard to patients in tbe llosi lfals of the District o ■olumbia, ari-1 of Fred rick Ci/y, Maryland. By a Reference to L-ok. which are corrected daily an nil- Rwei can. under ordinary cireumstan es, be given by Return mail to the following questions; I Ist. I* [giving name and regiment] at ■resent in the hosptals of the District or of Frederick lily? I 2d. If so, what is his proper address ? I 31. What is the name of the Surgeon or Chaplain Lf the hospital ? I 4th. If not in hospital at present, has he recently Ihesn in hospital? I sth. If so, did he die in hospital, and at what Idate ? I 6th. If recently discharged from hospital, was he (discharged from service ? 7th. If not, wbat were his orders on leaving ? The Commission is prepared also to furnish more specific information as to the eon lition of any patient in the District hospitals, within twenty-four hours af t ter a request to do so, from an officer of any of its oorresponding societies. Tbe office of the Directory will be open daily from 8 o'clock a. m. to 8 e'clock p iu.. aud accessible in , urgent cases at any hour of the night. The unmber ot patients is these hospitals is about 25,000 If found to be practicable, tbe duty hero undertaken locally by the Commission will be ex tea-led to include all the ganeeral hospitals in the county. FRED. LAW OLMvTED, General Secretary A&AHS HOUSE. 214 F STREET, Washington. D. C., November 19, 1862. I MARRIED. Q' ICK. SMITH.—Jan, 7th 1863, at the Franklin House, Montrose, by Rev A O. Warren, MR. ED WIN QUICK, to Miss CATHERINE A. SMITH all of Nich dson, McCAIN FLUMMEHFELT.—Jan Ist 1363. by Re.. C. R Lane, MR. DAVID W. MCCAIN to Miss SA RAH, daughter of Mr. Samuel T. FluinmerfeU STEELE—PHILIPS—On the Ist of Jan. 1863 by E N. Bacon Esq at the Hotel of C. L Jackson, Mr. W LVROV STEELE, to Miss CAROLINE PHILIPS boih of Nicholson. SIirSER—MILLER—On tho 10th inst., by the Rev. C. R Lane. Mr. JOH N SITTSER, of Cayuga Co. -* Y, to Miss MARIA, daughterofMi -C. P. Miller. JSRFO GMFRTISMFNTS. SHERIFF'S SALVE.^ "D Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF FIERI FACIAS issued out ol the Couitof Common Pleas, of yoming. State of Pennsylvania, and to me directed, i l ie exposed to public sale at the Court House in ® Borough of Tunkhannock, in said I'ounty, • SATURDAY, THE 17h DAY OF JANUARY A. D, 1863, at 1 o'clock P. M the following describ ed property, to wit: ° All of the defendant's right, title and interest in j , °.' 0 cerU| n piece, parcel or Iract of ani . Vu 1 r towtlshi P- Wyoming County, M follows towD™ " I *' bouaaeJan d described whu^k Edßt by landß of William and Aaron - 80,1111 hy lands of Aaron Whittock ijof w"ii.-n ; „„ nd „ d Nor ' h ."' '"4 it Benj.miu Coolb.uirh. ... T Ol T""* 1 - •"V b.ra, Iran, bf.u ' P "L "k " f Seize 1 and taken in execution at the suit of Ve,. ™ ;' ,7 A /I" n ill be sold for Cash orly, by ex STS?H EXS, Sheriff. Sheriff's office, ) Tunkhannock, DM. 31, 1863. < SHERIFFS SALE. | By virtue of a writ of VENDITIONI Fxpunas issued out oi the Court of Common Pleits of Wyouiiug County, -State ot Pennsylvania, , and to ine directed, will be exposed to public sale, at the Court llouse, tu the Borough of Tuuk hannock 1 in said County ON SATURDAY, TIIE 17th DAY OF JANUARY, A. D. 1563, at 1 o'clock P. M , the followingdescrib* ed pr< perty, to wit: All of the defendants right, title and inteicst to ' the following described tract of land, situate in the township of Nicholson ,Wyoming County, and State of Pennsylvania, laiunl described as follows, to wit: j Begining at a Hemlock stub on the north corner of a tract of land in the warrantee name of William Smith ; hence south along the line said Smith tract sixty perches to a post and stone corner; thence East two hundred and sixty-six and 7-10 perches to a post and -tones corner; thence North sixty perches to a post and Stones corner ; thence West two hun dred and sixty-six and 7-10 perches to the place of beginning, containing or.e hundred acres of land, strict inea-ure, and pcing nirt of the William Smith tract of laud, (excepting* and reserving therefrom fifty acresofland heretofore deeded by P.M. Osterhout s to Thomas Ilals'ead,) with about thirty acres thereof , improved, with a house and baru an i some ; fruit trees thereon. Seized and taken in execution at the suit of P. M. Osterhout vs Abner Lewis. Will be sold for Cash only, by LEVI 11 STEPHENS, Sheriff. Shetiff's Offi-e, > Tunkhannock, Dec. 31, 1863. ) THE PRIDEJF_IEFF YORK. 1863'S P ECIALTY. GRAND MIRROR OF AMERICAN GENIUS. "Correct with spirit, eloquent with ease, Intent to re; son, or polite tc please " THE NEW YORK MERCURY FOR TIIE NEYV YEAR. It is with no fear of War's effect uron their literary fortunes, that the publishers of THE NEW YORK MER CURY acknowledge the unwavering lo ultv ot their TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND SUBSCRIBERS, an- 1 , announce t • them, an I to all, that THE NEW YORK MKTCI RV f r this year (1863) will be richer in every luxury of Polite Literature than ever before It is t-0 upstatt speculation, no temporary "seusatton," but a first class literary weekly, which has been familiar to the United Mates for a quarter of a c< ntury ; an 1 while 1 the wishv-washy mushroom prints o yesterday are cutting down their t -lent even while they rnUe their subscription-price, THE NEW YORK MERCCBV main tains all its great Staff of Romancers, Poets, Humor ists, Essayists, Story-Tellers, and E iitors, an 1 prom ises to make it still greater for 1863. It is the one paper for eve- v home. Its forty col umns of reading matter per week constitute an un parallele 1 CONSERVATORY OE THE ENTERTAINING, and its Novels, Miscellaneous Tales Beauties o' Ven, Gos- : p Feuitletons, lfr ad-i 'es of Humor, an t rotiah ed Editorial, com l ine to -.-It M le charms of W IT AXD SENTTMENT! The husband reads it to his wife, din mr-tker int-r-,- ch'ldr n. the lover tn hi- sweetheart, the snbPe- to his coin rides, and the village school-master tn th* cir-le around tbe stove It is f milltar to h • s'eht >-f every man. woman and child in ow eonntrv, ->-1 has re-'itl'tr subscribers in several eonntrics of p„-nr-e THE NEW YORK MFRCRTIY. i also identified W'*B the grandest patriot'-m of t)ie age, for several members of its brilliant St -ff htd 1 high r aoV ia one not-)e inrr, and have made themselves as famous wi f b the Bworl as with the Pen. The -real illuctrat-n'e aet"t of THE NEW YORK MZi-rrry the inimitable Dpi rv, i gives the paper the highest attr< V n'e O F F'ne A**t ; and vet this LA VEST liter-irv weektv of 'BP DAR R-ROMIA es tn surp =s itself in a'L these respects DURING the N* w Y'e-tr 1 Tbe first NEW \ovk Mrsrt-PV N'-vetot*E FI-rtba Y'ear. t-> be commenced in the i-su* of J tnut-ry 3, 1863, is celled VICTOLLA • -OR THE HEIRESS OF (' \STT>r CTiIFFE. BY COUBTN MAY CAPT.F! T ON. AUTHOR OF " r.tnsv nowrn " " SVT>. T . R \ WPItRt.T. " "ERMINIF," 'LA MAORE," Ac. AA Tbe pro'litetions n' thi -tie'lnm,tjt,r*'t n„(hr,res pce-1 no enb-gv Pnp'ie opir-i n bea tone sinee pro nounced tbefn c-r-eri..r to nv ' ther Tl-T'-'panc pub- I Jisbed on th's si te of 'he A'l -n''e ; -n ' h" ''ll° test ' of 'heir merit i fonn t ?r> tfie fae' tb--t tbor a-e ra. geptv rertro-'tteed eft r tbeir r-ob'lo-ti- n -n 'b At-n 1 Ct'RY. by'he Fno-lish rreea YVe tnav ald 'hp new tale, "Vi -'ori > "is fiit'r eote' at tn'erest and depth of plot to either of 'hose whi- h hare se-nred so la'ge n share of on'dic annrovat. and we an earncst ; lv recommend it 'O a'l Stor^-readers The NEW Y'OPK Mrrrrrv is cold hv all EPWEMERI an*l periodical dpa'ors in Amon'-i To sit'-Qerihers i' is regular)v mailed ererv '-'nwlir tor $2 a year; three <w ies for • six eorti-s for SI ; eight copies for sl2. with an ovt-a eonv free, to the ge'fer up of 'he r-tith mar-tlic' snbe.-r?* tton re ceived A/' r iifs irrit'■"lainty the name of your Post Office County and Stale We tak" e notes of .-11 solvent hanks at nar. Payment must invnra iablv be mad • in advance rSpecimen C"pica sent free to nl' anelteents. Address nil letter® *• d r .m '•*"nrp r*®t r"'-t to rtT*xthvi%T * IruTTVFY. Propriet r.v of Ike A Terr York \Trrru n/ 113 Fulton street, Now York City. DEPART WENT OF COMMON SCHOOLS, > HARRIKBI RG, December 11. 130 2. ) WJ HERE V ; , THE BOARD OF TRF TEES of Y\ the M insfieid Classical Seminary, located at Mansfield, in Tioga county by resolution adopted at a meeting of the Board ot the twenty-fourth day of October, 1862, on file in this Department, made for mal application to the State Superintendent for the privileges ot "An act to provide fur the training ofte.iehers for the Common Schools of the State," approved the 24th day of May. 19 7. an 1 the supple ment thereto, approved the 14th day of April, 1539 and WHEREAS, If pursuance of said application, the State Superintendent of Common S -hools, together with H'in G--o Smith, ot the county of Delaware; Hon. A. L. Hays, ot the county of Blair ; and Dr C. T Bliss, of the county of Dridford," competent and disinterest© 1 parsons," appoint© 1 by ht.n, with the consent of the Governor, as Inspect' rs, and C. R- Cohurn. Superintendent of Bradford county ; A N-" Bullard, Superintendent of Susquehanna county.; Hugh Castles, Superintendent of Lycoming coaoty ; an 111. C John-.Superintendent of Tioga county, did, on Thursday, the eleventh day of December, 1862, personallv, and at the same time, visi and inspect saiJ S. hool, an after a th Tough examination then of, and o! its by-law-, rules and regulations, and of its general arrangement an 1 f iciltties lor instruction, by written report on file, in this Department, approve the same, and find that they fully tome up to the provisions of said act, and its supplement, and did certify the same to the Department of Common Schools, with their opinion that stid school has fully complied with the pr.-vi.-ions of said net, and itssup plement.as far as can be done before going into op eration under them. Ntre. therefore, in pursuance of the requirements of the seventh section of the act aforesaid, 1 do here by give public notice, that I have officially recogniz ed the Mansfield Classical Seminary, a- a State Nor mal School, for the fifth Normal School District, eonjj posed of the counties ef Bradford, Susquehanna, Wy oming, Sullivan, Lycoming and Tioga, and that -aid school shall henceforth enjoy all the privileges and immunities, and be subject to all the liabilities and restrictions contained in said act nod Hupplemrn . In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand, [L S ] and affixed the seal of the Department of Common Schools, at Ilnrrijhurg, this 11th day of December 1662, THOS II Bb'RROWES. Sup't Common Schools THE PATENT HUHL SPECTACLES Constructed in accordance with the philosophy of nature, in the peculiar form of a CONCAVO-CONVEX ELIPSIS, Admiribly adapted to the organs of sight, and per fectly naturul'to the eye. THE BEST IIELP TO THE HUMAN VISION. EVES INVESTED. The advantages in the ue ot these Spectacles are, that they can be used for the greatest length of time, either by day or night, with perfect ease to the eye never causing giddiness ot he id, or that unpleasant sensation experienced in the use of the common kind, but tend to strengthen and Improve the sight The manufacturer has received testimonials of their superiority from the most eiuiuent men of all classes, union f whom are lion Joseph R Chandler, Philadelphia. F. P Blair, P. M. G , Washington. T. S. Anbur. Fsq, Philadelphia Dr, George M Clellan, 11 Rembrant Peale, Artist, " These celehrated spectacles are purchased by the Subscriber directly from the Manufacturer, Inventor and Patentee in Philadalph a, and are th first genu ine Paranoia G! isses ev r offered to the people of this County—all others are inferior imitations. For sale by P C. BURNS, Tunkhannock, Pa., Jan. 7, '63. Jeweller. EXECUTOR'S SALE of a lmproved* lmproved* Farm. By virtue of directio-s in the last Will of Jaines McKune deceased, lute of Falls township, Wyoming Co , there will be sold at public s tie, at the Court | House in the borough of Tunkhann >ck Wyoming Co , Penna.,on Tuesday the 10/A day of March 1863 at one o'clock P. M.. the following described valuable improved farm, situuto in Falls township, Wyoming ] Co., Penna , bounded on the North by 1 mds of Spen- j ccr Fitch ; South by A lain Kresky and Clark ; ! E Ist by Fuller Siekler, and William Owens, and i M'est by Stephen Post, containing about 300 acreg of 1 nd, about 80 acres improved, with one frame dwelling house, two frame barns, one milk house, and two good apple orchards thereon, good living water on all parts of the farm. Tbe land can be divided into two farms with ad vantage, and will be sold together or in two farms, ! to suit purchasers. This farin is situated one tntle from the Nottli Branch Canal and Susquehanna riv er. Persons wishing information can inquire of Wil liam McKune, who rcsi les near the premises, or bv letter directed to Falls P. 0., Wyoming Co , Penn, or ! of A K Peckhain, at Tunkhannock Wyoming Co. Penna. One third of purchise money down, anl terms! made e uv for bulan e. WM MCKUNF, ) JAMES -MCKCNE, Executors of the last Will of JAMES McKUNE, deceased GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK FOR 1803. Greut Literary unit Fict triul Year / The pttblisher of Godey's Lady's Book, thankful to that public which has enabled him to publish a tnag azine for the last thirty-three years of a larger circu lation ihan anv in America, has male an arrange men! wi b the most popular nnth-iress in this country —Marion llarlun-l. Au horess ol "Aloue," 'Hidden Path," " M >.ss Si les," '■ Nemesis," and Mirsam, wh - will furnish a story for every number of the La dy's Book for 1863. This alone will place the La dy'a Book in a litertry point of view iar ahead of any other magazine. M iriou Hirlanl writes f-r 110 other puoiication 'fur othar I ivarite riters will all continue to 'urni.-h articles throughout the year. Tho best Lady's inugizine in the Wor d, and the cheapest—Ttie 1 iternture is of that kind that can be read ulmid in the family circle, and the ilergy in immense n 1 mbers are subscribe is for the B< ok. I The Music is all origin tl, uu I would cost 23 cents 1 (the price of the Book) in the music stores ; but most of it is copyrighted, and cannot be obtained except in "Go ley," Our Steel Engravings. All efforts to rival us in this have ceased, and we now stand alono 111 this de partment, giving as wo do, many more and infinitely better engravings thau are published in any other Worn. Godey's immnese double sheet fashion piates con taining from five to seven lull length Colored Fash ions on each plate—Othor magazines give onlv two Far ahead of any Fa-htons in Eurofie or America —Go ley's is the only work iu the world that gives t.iese immense plates, an 1 they are su h us to have eacited the wonder of publishers an I the public. The publication ot these ( I ite cost $lO, 00 More than fashion plates ol the old style, an 1 nothing but eur wonderfully large circulation enables us to give them, Other mag tzine cannot affr 1 it. We never spare money when tbe public can be benefited. These fashions may be relied on. Dresses may be in tue after theiu, and tho wearer will not subject ! herself te ridicule as woul I he the ease if she visited tbe large cities drcsse 1 after the style of the | lates in some of our so called fashiou magazines. Onr wood Engravings, of which we give twice or three times is many as any other magazine, are of ten mistaken for steel.—They are so far superior to j any others* Imitation. Beware of them. Remember publi cation and the cheapest. If you take Godey, you wint. no other magazine. Everything that is useful orornament.nl in a house ' can be found in Godey. ! Drawing lessons. No other magazine gives them and we have given enough to fill several large vol umes. Onr receipts are such as can be found nowhere else. Cooking and all its variety—Confectionary— the Nursery—the Toliet--thn Launlry—the Kit-hen Receipts upon all su'-jacts are to be foun I in the pa - ges of the Lady's Book. We origin illy started this department, an l hive peculiar fieilitiesfor makinr it most perfect. This-iepirtineut alone is worth tho pri e of the Bonk Ladies work table This department, comprising, engravings and description of every article that a ladv wars. M-rlel Cottages. No other mig izine has this de partment, TERMS CASH TN ADAANCE,— One copy one vear, $3 Two copies one year, sa. Three copies one year, $6. Four copies one v ar, an 1 an extra copy to tho prs >1 s■ -a ling thi olu . Sl' Eight copies oneveir, anl an extra copy to the person sending the club £2O. And tbe only magazine th t can b intrnln In-el into the above clubs in place of the Lady's Book is Arthur's Home Mtgnzin- Special Clubbing with other Magazine —Godeys Lady's Book and Arthur's .>otne Magazine, both o te year for S3 50. Godey's Lady's Book and Harper's M tgazrno both one year or $4 50. Godev H irper, and Arthur, will all three be sent one year on receipt # 96 00, Treasury Notes and Notes of all solvent banks ta ken at par. Be caretnl and pay the postage on your letter. address L. A. GODEY -323 Cbeltnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. Application for License. Notice is hereby given that the billowing nam ed persons hM*e filled their petitions in the Cimrt of Quarter Sessions of Wyoming County an I will m ike application-at tho nextteria of said Court, or Tavern License. JERRED LILLIE, Meshoppen.. ZJBA LOTT, Clerk Dec . 30 .1362 MEDICAL HALL! ! BRUGES f., TUKKHANNOCK, NEXT DOOR SOUTH OF V, M. KOON'S. ii. J. i. mill. PHYSICIAN AND DRUGGIST. JUST RECEIVED ut the Tunkhnnnock Medical Hall, the largest and best assortment of Drugs and Medicines ever brought to this section of country. These medicines have been selected by the sub scriber himself, with great care, and hence he can recommend and warrant them as being pure and un adulterated. IDs stock comprises in part, the following, to wit: DRUGS MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, DYE STUFFS, PAINTS. OILS, PERFUMERY, FANCY NO TIONS. FIXE WINES AND LI QUORS, (FOR MEDICINAL PUR POSES ONLY) COAL OIL, TL RPENTIXE, ALCOHOL, CAM I'll EN E, COAL OIL LAMPS, ALSO STATIONERY, WRITING INK, PHOTO GRAPH IC A LBUMS, TOBACCO, SEGARS, j PIPES, AND ALL THE PROMI NENT PATENT MEDICINES OF THE DAY, ALL OF WHICH CAN BE 80-'GIIT ON TUP MOST REASON. ABLE TERMS, FOR CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE. PHYSICIANS PRESI RIP I IU.NS accurately coui pounied at all hours of the d ly an l night. Dn J W. RIIOADS, Physician and Druggist. Tunkhannock, May 14, i'-b2. n4o—ly STILL! TMIE OLD ESTABLISHMENT of the subscriber, ' is still in running or ler, tbrnucrh all the reverses i an panic* of former days, since 1833, without being wound up, at which place you can find a good assort ment of DYES. DRUGS & MEDICINES. | as can be found iu the county, watranted genuine and j pure. Boot.s, Shoes, Harness and Leather, j .is go 11 as Ihe bvsi. nnd as . heap as the cheapest, ami all the WORK WARRANTED. You can get all kin Is of J.,b Pri ting d-ne to or i d-r and blanks of every kind con-tartly on haul, | which, in style, are noi surpo-scd by our largo or : county offi. os. TO THE LADIES. rest from your toil, and l.uy a SEWING MAIICI3NTE The su-fi-riher h is also sures ie i in obtaining one i of the best, and most reliable Sowing M•. uin s, tor i the money, now in m.ret, * iz: li.nis'- $43 Shuttle, 'ani to - •'5,0 Fr: nkliti M o liin- s, iqud in capacity to Wheeler A* \\ I ■■!.'- $75. or G • v r ,t II iker's $45 luactiiiic. mi ( o ihi g tin- s.imc stitch, which is one > third saving HI i u i..g n rc th in .it any other agency ■ iu Northern l't imsy Iv mi l Every B Man da your men Printing ! IT WILL PAY! L 0 W E' S P A T E X T ! PORTABLE PRINTING PRESS. (the cheapest in the United States.) i for sale. Price, from S3 to 525 fot a press. Office I complete, fnun $lO to $75 with type and all necessa |rv materi il Call and s e thorn, or sen for a circu j lar of full particulars. l'nrticul r attention is railed to SPRING -t RHEUMATIC ELINER. and very effective Liniment, for all Rheum tie pains. Headache, Dvptberi i, A• , f n - s ile in M hnopauv by i lr Reiki" <t Co. an 1 Heorv Love; on Russell II ii I by T. --teiiii.l s; .it Fork.-toii by Mr G.trey ; at Ale | shopmen ty Ilenrv St.insburv. A trial of the medi- I ciue, will in 11 cases, prove sat stactury. Try it,and • be convin cd. i ItRICK! 50.000 Brick for sale. Thanktul for past favors h • subscritier is determ | i.ied, bv strict attention to business, to merit still tur- I tber patronage. T D. SPRING Laceyville, c ept. 24, 1962—v2n7 IIAIIDWAIIE & IKON ! HJNI3P.O'S& BLAIR OFFER FOR SALE IRON, STE L NAIL< AND SPIKES. MINE RAIL. RAILHEAD SPIKES, ANVILS, BELLOWS, HORSE-SHOES, Jlirerircit anb (£ngltei) florsr Hails, WROUGHT NAILS, builders* HARDWARE, CARPENTERS' TOOLS, (ALL WARRANTED., HUBS, SPOKES. FELLOES, SEAT SPIN | DLI'S, CARRIAGE SPRINGS, AXLt-.S, PIPE HONES. SPRING STEEL. • BOTTS, NUTS, WASHERS BELTING, PACKING, GRIND STONES : | PLASTER PARIS, CEMENT, IIAIR, SHOVELS, WHITE LEAD. FRENCH WINDOW GLASS, Ac , Ac., c. ALSO SASII, DOORS AND BLINDS ON HAND IN ASSORTMENT, AND M VNFP.ACTUI4- ED 10 ORDER. LEATHER AND FINDINGS, Fali-bank*B Scales, ' S"r*nteo, March 26, 1962. vlnJ3—ly Court Proclamation. TI7HEREAS, the HOD. WM ELWELL. Pren ~ * dent Judge of the Court of Common Plots anp Court ot General Quarter Sessions of tbe Peace, nnd the President Justice of the Court of Oyer and Ter miner and General Jail Delivery, for the trial ofcnp ital and other offences, for the twenty-sixth Judicial District of Penn'a. S. Roberts, ndN. 11. Wells Esqs. Associate Ju lge of the Court of Common Plea? and General Quarter Sessions of the Peace, snd Associ ate Justices of Oyer ami Terminer an 1 General Jail Delivery of the Count vof Wvouiing, have by their precept to me directed, ordered A GENERAL COURT OF OYER AND TERMINER AND GENERAL JAIL DELIVERY, to be held at Tunkhannock on Monday the 19ih day of January A. D., 1863. Notice ie therefore hereby given to the Comnor. all Jas t ices of the Peace an 1 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, inquisitions, examinations, recognizances and other remembrances, to do those things which to their offices in that behalf respective ly belong Notice is also given th it those who are bound by recognizances to prose-nte the prisoner? that are or shall be in the Jail of Wyoming County, thatthev be then and there to prosecute them ns shall be just. L H STEPHENS, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, ) Tunkh inn >ek, Dm. 17, 1562. J ~W seembeeF HEW j MILLINERY MS! MRS. liARD\VKI.T/S, Opposite the Post-Offiee. * WHERE may be found a general assort ment of Ribbons, Bonnet Material, F1 vers, Ruches, Straw in I Fancy Bonnets, Misses' and 'hii dren's Hits and Shakers, an I a'l other articles a the millinery line, which will be offered at the 1i vest market prices. Please call and examine before purchasing e se where. £ Bleaching and repairing done in good order I and at the shortest notice Tunkhannock, Nov. 12, 1562—v2u14-3in STOVE & TIN-WARE | I^ISI^^^RY, 7 TUNKHANNOCK., Pa. ROSS, BRO'S. MANUUACTU R K A UAL IN E\ L* GFPP J TIH, SHEET-IRON, A rl) Copper Mare, COOKING, PARLOR, AND BOX STOVES STO VE PIPE d FUIIXITUBE, Heaters and Kegisters, PUMPS, ZINC, LEAD PIPE, JAPANNED AND BHUTAN IA WARE, ! 1 And, indeed, everything pertaining their business, ! which they offer at PANIC PRICES, ROOFING, GUTTERS and CONDUCTORS, put up, st short notice. j JOBBING and REPAIRING of all kinds, prompt 'ly and neatly done. Give thetn a call. i Tunkhannock, Sep:. 11, 1861. ly. IPICTUM GALLERY AMBROTYFES, PKQTCCF.A>&. ALBU IN RRINT3, AG. ANEW PrCTIRE GALLERY hi u->- teen cesv. cd in Tuukh inno k, which i. >ir i with en tire new material for the taking of Pi - ill tbe j Photographic Art. The un lersigneil h.t* rff-fdtcl an 1 furnished the S<<y-Light <i llery ki Sartiuel Stark's Brick Bio. k. and is nmv pr.pored to t >ke Pictures in the latest an ( most improved siyle of the Art ; HI tsmnr i; as 111 has f uichased a ■ I assortment. .f Cases, ini"# whi h am tli • Union Bind Clasp, Octagon, Oval GUI Frames. Gilt Trays , L\-<\ —very mat and di si ruble patterns la-si les a variety of plain and fan.'v Cuse. of every stz- nnl description The toregning. he thinks .iro in lu -etnents sufficient for every one to come '<• 'h Picture Gallery and secure one of those " faithful shadows ' j " Which light anl art with magic spell. By working together, can caich so well !" llf not there are other COBS derations. Mow iinpor ; tant lb it yon se urea faiibful likcuessof your trien Is ; and relatives ere if is too late Y"U have all ex|icri i eiued something of tli" sati-factinn afforded in gazing | on the Picture o an absent frien I ; and some of you hive known the sol pleasure derived fioin |iosseßsing the liken ss ol some loved one who b is beeti laid be neath the church yard nmun I, and telt that '• No price coul I t ike from you A memento so cherished ; Fur, how sacred tbe shadow. Since ih i substnncfc has pe-is' ed." But yon perch nice hive friends st 11 with vou wh -se pi. mesy. u have not yet secured If so make il Iha business ot to- lay, to morrow m iy be too late. Then . nine to 'he Pn ture Gallery in Samuel Sfark'e Iri < Block—third story —n few toors cast of Wail's Hotel and secure one oi those •' faithful shadows ' A'LVIN DAY. TunkhannoekDee. Iff, 1562.—v 2ulß WANTGD A RESPECTABLE PERSON OF EITHKt. SEX in every neighnorhood to sell J R. STAFFOKH'S OLIVE TAR, and also J. R. STAFFORD'# j IRO.I ANDSLLPHI K POWDERS. Olive tar is a thin, tran-parent fluid ; it is the best remedy known for , diseases of the Throat, Lungs, or Catarrh. Also for 1 Diptheria. Croup, Whooping Cough, Ac. My Iron an I Su phur Powilers strensr'hcn the system, aid the dig*-lion, and purify the blood 1 have al6 page pamphlet containing full explanations, and over 100 testimonials frmu well known prominent p-rsous which I will send to any on <\free by mai'. J. R. STAFFORD, Cbei rist, r1n24.1v. 442 Broadway. New York LIME F<>r FARMERS, AS A FERTILIZER for sue at VKRKOV'S. MvrijiWHwm, 18. 1861. Latest AND Reliable News Arrival of ft Em if©® -OF- Fall & Winter SOO9S TITE subscriber begs leave to inform his aaaeivM friends and customers, tbat he hfts just retained from Philadelphia and Sew York, with the fargest anb grst Stlfrtek Stuck if Fancy Goods Shawls, Cloaks, Cassiraetfs, MEN'S WEAR IN GENERAL, YANKEE NOTIONS, &C. Ever brought to this County He has also bought ftr Fine Stock of Ladies' Shoes —AND— GAITERS, HATS, and a Full Line of jfM® IBM, bought at ASTONISHING LOW PRIORS. As regards the Quality and Styles of Goods, he de fies competition. As regards Prices, he only assure* his friends, that long experience in the trade enable#' hiin to buy, and therefore, sell cheaper than any eae else outside the city. A fair trial is all he askj. No Trouble to Show Good*. Thankful for the verv liberal patronage hereteferer bestowed on him, he will, by strictly honest dealing,, and hereafter a close attention to business, try I* merit a continuance ot the same, John Weil. Tunkhanoock, Oct 15, 1562. ISeemer's Cash, STORE! at Falls. A LARGE, NEW AND DESIRABLE 3TOC* IX of Seasonable of all kinds it now being received at BEEMER'S CASH STORE Af i?A3BS. ITaring been purchased at PRICES fat RELOWIbc MARKET RATES! and selling exclusively for Ready Pay I he iff enabled to undersell any Store tn title partkf the country. Iu the line of Domestic Goods,. BOOTS & SHOES, —and— HE DEFIES OOMPETITtON? His stock ot Cloths , • C as is complete. Also, HATS CAPS. Tn fact he hag a (Dorri)tljwg to Suppli) tt)f IDartstf tyr PEOPLE. The HIGHEST CASH PRICES win he paid fo BITTER, EGGS, and GRAIN of ail kind*, IB OX ch an sr. • tor (iood.-. 11< irns his thanks to the people of hi* Beigb horh * . -r their liberal patronage ; ami by fair aad honest sealing, hopes to merit a continuance of the* same THE LATEST STYLES OF Fall and Winter and MILLINERY GOODS, have Jnsr been received at the es'abliebaeal e# MISS I.OUISA HEPBURN. on Tioga Street, opposite the Pest-ofioe, vlwe wOf be found La-iies. Cbilica, Misses, and Boy's FLATS, HATS, ..ml CAPS; HEAD-DRESSES, RIBBON*. FLOWERS, anl TRIMMINGS, and everything If the line of Milliueiy, which will be sold of thchvm Ca.-h Price*. Repairing promptly and neatly dona, T IIFLN T!1 ; please call and examine for tbemeelvee. TUNKBANNNCK. 0I. J, 166?.—W Sell— 1)