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.ntiniiiS ol Paspengcr Trabus, 2.1. l!S(ll. EU. P. M P. H. iA.M, |P. I STATIONS "Jot 9.40 Groat Bend 7,40 2.2 d 1,35 6,21 New Milford 7,50 2,d0 1.00 6,00 Montrose 8,20 315 12 25 5.33 Hophottom J," 11,50 5,16 Nieholson 3.(0 4,-0 11,-20 4.56 Factory viltc J, 24 5.15 19 55 4,40 Abington• •• • • • 9.40 540 -•0,40 4,32 Clark's Summit 9,48 b,LU 9,10 4.10 SCR AN TON 10,-0 b.oO a.M 3,42 Greenville 1 >F 3,29 Dunning |o.o- L, .... 3.17 Moscow 11,02 A' .... 240 Tobvhna I\.4U ••••k .... 2,20 Forks H;5l) ""Z .... 202 Oakland 12,17 "" .... 1,46 Jlenryville * 12,33 •••• g .... 1,35 Sprnguevillc 12.43 •• •• j: .... 1,24 Stroudsburg 12,54 •• '• 2 .... 12.36 Delaware .... 12,10 *Manunka Chunk-- 155 .... 12,02 Bridgeville 2,04 ••••£, • ••• 11,51 Oxford 2,15 ••••Jjjsj .... 11,20 New Hampton 2,45 •••• .... A- M. 'Change for Phil.•• P M. ••• The Passenger Ti aiu Northward nves New Hampton on the orrival of the Mail sin whi.hleav.-s NEW YORK at 9.10 A. M., and INUNKA CHUNK on the arrival of the drain ich leaves PHILADELPHIA. (Kensington Be rt at 715 A. M . At SCRANTON this Train kes close connection? with trains on the LACK• fc'ANNAA BTOOM.BBUBG and DELAWARE A i'isoN Railroads, and at Great Bend with the il Train on the Erie Railway going West. Tne Passenger Train Southward sves Great Bend after the arrival of the Cinciniia press from tho West, connecting at ScrarAon h Trains on the I.nekawanna and Bloomsbnrg 1 Delaware and lluds >n Railroads; at Manunka ,1 uk with tho train for Philadelphia, and at • w Hampton with Trains for iVcw York, the Le Ch Valley, Harris!,urg, Ac. Passengers by this ain arrive in New ork at in Philadcli cia 8,30, and in Ilarrisburg at 8 20 P. M. The Accommodation Train trthward, connects at Great Bend with the Day press going (Vest, by which passengers arriie at ,aca and Syracuse the same day. (outhward, leaves Great Bond after the arrival of i New Yoi k Express going East. All Passenger Trains on the Erie Railway p at Great Bend. ~ 1 WATTS COOKE, Snpt I A. HENRY, Gen. Tkt. Agent. A LA MODE. HE LATEST FROM NEW YORK. TRS. A. G. STARK, TAKES PLEASURE IN UL -iga'ii informing her friends, and the ladies gon •tly, that she has received, an l is still receiiing jarge and well selected assortment oj FALL AND JFINTEII GOODS, Consisting of HATS, HON NETS, RIBBONS FEOSSES, FEATHERS, GALES, HEAD DRESSES, and, in short all an 1 s usually found in a "A XX X T T ATTi T) NT" C 'X I O, "O X 1 MX il JU I jX y J XIX iS i AI IXX I. She solicits a call from all requiring GOODS in her line, before purchasing elsewhe.e. Mrs Stark can be found at the house formerly occupied by Hen ry Stark, in the borough of Tunkhannoek, ready and willing to serve all who m i v favor her with a call. MANTUA-MAKING. We have secured the""services of an experienced IDrtESS-MiYKEn, d at all times will he prepared to Fit an 1 Make cesses in the latest and most approved manner. — •lieiting your calls before purchasing elsewhere, we •t*.ain Yours, Resj cctfully. MRS. A G. STARK. Ajii-il 27, 1864 Bell's Sbecific Pills—Warranted in all Cases •an be relied on! Never fail to cure! Do mA nauseate ! Are speedy in action ! No change of ui at required ! Do not interfere with business pursuits Oan be used without detection! Upward of 200 •♦■ra- this month—some of them very severe cases +vsr one hundred physicians have used them in their p-aetico, and all speak well of their efficacy, and approve of their composition, which is entirely vege table, and harmless on the system. Hundreds tf ->ertificatcs can he 3hown. BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS are the original and only gonuine Specific Pill. They are adapted fur male and female, old or young, and the only reliable reme dy for effecting a permanent and speedy cure in all eases of Spermatorrhea, or Seminal Weakness, with all its train of evils, such as Uretheral and Vagina Discharges, Gleet, the Whites, Nightly or Involunta rily Emission, Ineontinuence, Genital Debility and Irritability, Impotence, Weakness or Loss of Power Nervous Debility, Ac , Ac., all of which arise princi pally from Sexual Excesses or Self Abuse, or some constitutional derangement, and incapacitates th sufferer from fulfilling the duties of married life. In all sexual diseases, as Gonorrhea. Gleet, and Strict ures, and iu Diseases of the Bladder and Kidneys hey act as a charm ! Relief is experienced by tak iog a single box. Sold by all the principal druggists. Price §1 They will bo sent by mail securely sealed, and confidcn ially, on receipt of the money, by J BRYAN, M I>., No. 76 Cedar Street, Few York, Consulting Physician for the treatment of Seminal, Urinary, Sexual, and Nervous Diseases, who v\i!l send, free to all, the following valuable work, in sealed envelope: THE FIFTIETH THOKSAND—DR. BELL'S TREA TISE on Self-Abuse, Premature decay, Impu un i Loss of Power, Sexual Diseases, Seminal We ness, Nightly Emissions, Genital Debility, Ac., &c , apiuiphlet of 61 pages, containing im| ortant advice to the a Hiieted, and which should be read by every sufferer, as the means of euro in the severe it stages is plainly set forth Two stamps required to pay postage. IMPORTANCE TO LAI.IES—DR. IIARVFV'S FEMALE PILLS hav- never yet failed in removing difficulties arising from obstruction, or slofpage of nature, or in TMtoring the system to ] erfect healih when suffering rfrom Spinal affections, Prolapsus, Uteri, the Whites, or otber weakness of the I terine Organs The Pills r perfectly harmless on the constitution, and may bo taken by the mos' delicate female [without caus ing distress—the same time they act like a charm by srengthening. invigorateing and restoring the •y*em to a healthy condition, and by /ingtng on th- monthly period with regularity, no matter from wh.t ca teethe obstruction may arise. Tn-y should b>wevtr. M>T be taken during the first three or four months, ot pregnancy, t-imigh safe at any other t me, as miscarriage would be theiesult, H ich box contains 60 Pills. Price il. DN. HARVEY'S TREATISE on diseases of Fe male*, Pregnancy, Miscarriage, Barrenness, Sterili ty, Reproduction, an 1 Abuses o F Nature, and •Bspbaficnlly the Ladies Private Medical vlarf. W pamphlet of 64 pages, sent free TO NI!Y address Six oents required to pay postage. The Pills and book will be sent by mail when ,le sired securely sealed, and prepaid, by J.BRA AN, M. i> V'etier.ai i No 71) Cedar st., New Yolk 3*14 by aH ih J prin ipal druggists. .nc. 'i\ IS-64 v-3-n-23 yl- ' m SINGER SEWING MACHINES. Our LETTER A. FAMILY SEWING MACHINE i is fast gaining c. World-wide reputation. It is ho- | yon.l doubt the best and -hcapest and most beautiful , of all Family Sewing Machines yet offered to the i public. No other Family Sewing Machine has so I many useful appliances for Hemming, Binding, Fell ing. Tucking, Gathering, (lunging. Braiding, Em broidering, Cording, ami so forth. No other Family Sewing Machine has so much capacity for a great variety of work. It will sow all binds of cloth, and with all kinds of thread. Great anil recent im provements make our Family Sewing Machine most reliable, and most durable, and most certain in ao tion at all rates of speed. It makes the interlocked stiteli, which is the best stitch known. Any one, ev en ol the most ordinary capacity, can sec, at aglanco, how to use the letter A. Family Sewing Machine Our Family Sowing Machines are finished in chaste and exquisite stylo. The Folding Case of the Family Machine is a piece of cunning workmanship of thS most useful kind. It protects tho machine when not in use, and when about to lie oj crated may he opened as a spa cious and substantial table to sustain the work.— While some of the Cases, made out"of the choicest woods, are finished in the simplest and chastest man ner possible, others are adorned and embelished in the most costly and superb manners. It is absolutely necessary to sec tho Family Ma chine in operation, so as to judge of its great capaci ty and beauty. It is fast bee ming as popular for family sewing as our manufacturing machines are for manufactur ing purposes The Branch Offices are well supplied with silk, twist, thread, needles, oil, &e., of the very best qual ity. Send for A PAMPHLET. THE SINGER MANUFACTURING" COMPANY. 458 Broadway, New York. r Philadelphia Office, f* lO Chestnut St. mvvsvmrnm: m-m —AND— "X'ixx SlAcvp. rp HE subscriber lias just received at his shop, over X Ilnnkiuson's Store, in MESHOPPEN PA., and will constantly keep on hand all the*latest MPROVED COOK KG STVES Among which are tlio "CALORIC," MIXER mad " UXfON" patterns, with PARLOR STOVES and Heaters of every description, which he offers for 3FLea,c3.y: ]Pa,y at prices that will defy competition Hi# stoves are bought directlv of the Manufactur ers at ALBANY, WILKICSBAItRE. PROVIDENCE and SCRANTON. lie is therefore enabled to sell them at a small advance on the original cost TIN, SHEET-IRON, —AN L> Copper Ware. all kinds on hand and made to order Also I'll', WAGON ItO \!, AV 1) SGI GH SHOES FOR SAGE. The popular Cooking Stove, For st (I \i c n, (Elevated oven) is now for the fir-t, offered at •S2O for 8 inch, % 23 for 9 inch, REPAIR INS AND JOBBINS neatly and promptly done. HENRY STAXSBURY. Mcshoppcn, Dec 17th, 1362—vcnl9Iy. miTK ESS O —ll r rilE SUBSCRIBER IIA.S IIAD IXSUCCESSFUL X operation, for several years, a W m id ip id Pt ±3l iJ & 25 hi x ? yv TOWA3\T3Dj!Ij where all of the most approved and rare kinds of FRUIT <3- ORNAMENTAL TREES, Can I>e obtained. Being eonv.need froiu e.\p< rieneo that his Trees and Plants will give far Letter satisfaction to the Fruit-growers of Wyoming County than any grown in other localities, Lie confidently solicits their patron age. lie will make annual risits either in person or by bis agents to most of the townships of Wyoming Co . and asks only that his specimens may be examined an l his method of dealing be tested. Al! orders by letter orotherwise, fur Troes,vines oi pp nts will be promptly attended to. r.031-Iy. D. HAItKINS. HARDWARE & IRON [j$ i Mljj sf. •' J H '^aqEsSafes^^si^^ fa BBrß^i' HUNT SRO'S a GLAIR Off OFFER FOR SI,F, IRON*. STEEL, NAILS A\P SPIKES. MINE RAIL. RAILROAD SPIKES, ANVILS. RELLOWS, PLAIN & CONVEX HOUSE-SHOES. HAM MERED HORSE NAILS. WROUGHT IRON, : BIILBEBS' HASDWARH. CARPEN * TERS' TOOLS, (ALL WARRANTED,) HUBS, SPOKES, FELLOES. SEAT SPINDLES, CARRIAGE SPRINGS, AXLES, PIPE BOXES, SPRING STEEL, BOTTS, NETS, WASH ERS BELTING, PACKING, GRIND STONES; PLASTER PARIS, CEMENT, HAIR, SHOVELS. WHITE LEAD FRENCH WINDOW G LASS, Ac., Ac., ALSO SASII, DOORS AND IJLINNS ON H AND IN ASSORTMENT ANDMANUFACTI RED 10 ORDER LEATHEER AND FINDINGS FAIffBAK'S SCALES. I i *rr.ut n, Mnrch 2G, vtnn IMPORTANT" FEMALES v< f hills/ PROCL MATION! TO THE LADIES ! Roth Married and Sing 1• • THE OLDFST REGULATOR FOR FEMALES. DR. CHEESE MAN'S FEMALE PILLS Will immediately relieve, witheut paia, alldisturb ance of the periodic discharge, whether arising trom relaxtion or suppression. They act lik e _ a charm in removing the pains that accompany difficult or im moderate menstruation, and are the only safe and reliable remedy for Flushes, Sick Headache, Pains in the Loins, Back and Sides, Palpitation of the Heart, Nervous Tremors, Hysterics, Spasms, Broken Sleep, and other unpleasant and dangerous effects of an unnatural condition of the sexual funotions. In the worst cases of Fluor Albus, or Whites, they ef fect a speedy cure, DR. CHEESEMAN'S FEMALE PILLS Have been used OVER A QUARTER 01' A CEN TURY. They are offered as the only safe means of renewing interrupted menstruation, but toadies must bear in mind that there is one condition of the fe male system in which the Pills cannot be taken miihout producing a PECULIAR RESLLJU The condition referred to is PREGNANCY the result, MISCARRIAGE, Such is the irresist ible tendency of the medicine to restore the sexual functions to a normal condition, that even the pro ductive poicer of nature cannot resist it THEY CANNOT DO H ARM in any other way. DR. CIIKESEMAN'S FEMALE PILLS Arethc only Medicine that MARRIED AND SIN GLE LADIES have relied upon for many years, or can rclv upon now. EE WARE OP IMITA TIONS! These Pills form the Finest Preparaiion ever nut forward, with IMMBDIATD and PER SISTENT SUCCESS. DON'T BE DFCEIV- El). Take this advertisement to your Druggist, and tell him that you want the REST and most RELIABLE FEMALE MEDICINE IN THE WORLD , which is comprised in I)R. CHEESEMAN'S FEMALE PILLS !!! They have received, and are now receiving the sanction of the most eminent Physicians in Amer ica. EXPLICIT DIRECTIONS with each Box -the price, One Dollar per Box, containiug from 50 to 60 Pills. Pills sent by mail, promptyl , by remitting the price to the Proprietors, or any authorized Agent, in current funds. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS GENERALLY. HUTCHINGS A HILLYER, PROPRIETOR'S, SI Cedar Street, Aew York. fff Sold in Tumdiannock, by J. W. Lyman, in Montrose, by Able Turrell, in Scranton by L. S.A E. C. Fuller, in Factoryvillc by all Druggists. FOR RATS, 'MICE, ROACHES, ANTS, BED BUGS MOTHS IN Fens WOOLENS, AC,, INSECTS ON PLANT FOWLS, ANIMALS, AC. Put up in 25c. 50c. aud 81 00 Boxes. Bottles, and Flasks. #3 and 85 sizes for Hotels, and Public in stitutions, Ac. "Only infallible remedies known." ~Froe from Pwisons." "Not dangerous to the Iluraan Family." "Rats come out of their h- lesto die." *~5?"S?old Wholesale in all largo cities. "'Sold by all Druggists ot Retailers everywher ~ sf"\ ! 1 Beware ! i ! of all worthless imitatio I See that "COSTA K'F name is oneach Box, Bolt and Flask, before you buy. •J Depot 482 Brsadway, N• Y- J >/"Sold byJ. Lyman,ig Co., wholesale Retwl, j'gf* Agoat.Turhfcano' k.4'*. JUT RECEIVED, —FROM PHILADELPHIA -AND— ewYork, A FULL ASSORTMENT 0 F DRESS GOODS, SHAWLS, CASSMEES, Clotliing, Shoes, Ilats, frantn (Pottos. w| <0 ' NOTIONS, fcc. Btc , adapted to this Season' which will bo sold at the VERY LOWEST MA KET PRICE for Cash or Country Produce, at the Store of John Weil. Tunkhannofk Marc h' 30, 1564- INGHAM and \VRENC~h7 Manufacturers and Dealers iu VMMS sssaa ON WYALUSING CREEK, CAMPTOW, BRADFORD Co Pa Rolls Carded and Cloth Fiuished. MANUFACTURE CLOTH FOR CUSTOMERS ON SHARES OR AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES PER YARD: Cassimere, Best Finish, fine 45 cent* Plain Cloth, do 45 " Gray and Mixed Cassimeres,4s Tweeds, 32 " Common Fulled Cloth, 40 " White Flannel, 22 " Madder Red Flannel, 32 " <sray Flannel 25 " The Gray Flannel made wtth taste and very smta Lie for Clothing- HARVEY IMG II AM A MOB WRENCH Per--niiviiig at a distance wo bare roll : oT(t-J so as to take them wn'h tiiem j an-* < vnsthe expense of a second trip VSB'£&T£BX SfXWB FROM EUROPE LAND. It is also authoritatively announced that o. s. Mills has exclusive possession of tho STOVE AND TIN-SHOP AT— TUNKHANNOCK, whore every thing in the line of his trado ean be had at the L 0 WES T LI VIN G Pll OF ITS. HOUSE-KEEPERS will find at his Shop, the lat est and most improved Patterns of COOKING, AND P&HT.QH STOVES, with all the FURNITURE and FIXTURES complete. Roofing & Guttering in all its branches, attended to on short notice and on REASONABLE T E K M S. nEPAiniNTG, ' PROMPTLY, NEATLY, AND CHEAPLY DONE 0 S. MILLS Tunkhaunoik. Nov. 4, 1863.—v3-nl3. Manufacture of Woolen Goods ! CHAPTER 1. The Manufacture of Woolen Goods, both in the household and in the factories, has become of great importance on accountofjits forming at present our principal articles of clothing. The nature of our cli mate make it noccessary, and the scarcity of Cotton has greatly increased the value of wool and Fabricks made from it* and being engaged in the business of makingClorh and Flannel, and also i cdl Carding, and Cloth Dressing, we have thought a few remarks with regard to handling Wool, and the proper pro cess of Manufacture, might be of service to the coun try, and a benefit to ourselves The firsj; process with the farmer who intends to make his wool into rolls for spinning on I weaving at home, after washing and shearing, is assorting the ualities. This we do not expect a farmer to do as erfectly as a regular manufacturer, but by trying he will approximate towards it, and be atnply paid for the little pains required, by having an even thread and smoother fabric. ThC Hecee should 1 - whole and be epreai out on a ta'uie-the coarsest wool will be fourd p- tne skirts of the fleccc. and Cl'.:, casiiy be distinguished by looking closely to the fibre Two qualities from eadh fleece will perhaps be close enough for ordinary purposes, but as the sheep in our country differ much in theitygr.ides of wool —the coarse paitofone may do to Jewish the uner pgrt of another, and thus make three or four qualifies out of the lot. If it is going to the manu factory or to market, the fleece should not be torn, but after removing the tag-locks, should be rolled up compactly, skin out side. Not less than one pound oflard, fresh butter or oil should be sent with every ten pounds'of wool going to the carding machine. The next thing of importance is of cour e to be well carded, for which we will be entirely responsi ble . but in the matter of spinning and weaving, we have another caution to add. Unless the yarn is evenly twisted, and boat up evenly in the loom, the cloth shrinks unevenly : n fulling—making some pla ces wide and others narrow, and if the finisher suc ceeds in pressing out the wrineles, the cloth will re sume its contortion again when made into a gar ncnt, and the mechanic is sometimes wrongfully blamed for a coat,s becoming lantern jaired on e man's back. It is easily avoided by giving tha wheel in equal number of turns to a giveu length of thread drawn out. We find thisdifßculty increasing oflate years, and have come to tho conclusion that if some of the spinners do not keep better time on their pianos than on their spinning wheels, wc should hate dreadiuliy to listen to their music. As every moment of labor should be employed to the best advantage, and every ounce of material be appropriated tj the best purpose, on account of our war, we propose to write some other chapters on our branch of business after this is read sufficiently to be remembered, and shall endeavor to do our work nice enough for a balmoral skirt or a doctor's coat, and make trowsers stout enough to last a farmer through a year'scainpaign, at least. INGHAM A WRENCH. Home Factort, Cami-towm, Bradford Co May 2,'64 YWi S W HIE W ~ —AGAINST— FIRE ! FIRE ! ! FIRE 1 ! ! Taken at this office, on all kinds of Town and Country property, at the MOST REASONABLE TERMS, and for any time from THREE MONTHS TO FIVE YEARS—either WITH or W ITHOUT PREMIUM NOTES Is the company reliable I Will it promptly pay its honest losses I are the important inquiries' with all insurers. We answer : THE LYCOMING CO INSURANCE COMPANY HAS BEEN IN SUCCESSFUL OPERATION FOR TWENTY-THREE YEARS.—IT HAS A WELL SECURED CAPIATL OF OVER $2,400,00. IT PAYS FROM S6O : TO $125,000 LOSSES ANNUALLY. ALL LOSSES ARE PROMPTLY ADJUSTED AND PATD. EACH INSURER IS FURNISHED WJTII AN AUTHENTICATED ANN I'- ll UAL STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES AND OPERATIONS OF THE COMPA NY THE COMPANY IS CONDUCTED ON JUST AND EQUITABLE PRINCIPLES. TIIE CHARTER IS PERPETUAL. References non. Win. M. Piatf, Hon. A. K Peekham, Henry Stark and Samuel Stark Ejqs. ot this County ; Sayer & Bros, of Susquehanna, and fieorge M. Hollenbaek and others .f Lur.erue County, *ho insure in and have been paid losses by this,' Company. HARVEY SICKLER, A<n. mSIITIBf Iff CBPMTIIfiSBIP The Partnership between 0. L. HALLSTEAD A SON, is this day dissolved by mutual consent, The notes and accounts will be left iu the hands of 0. L. Hallstead to settle and can be found at the store formerly occupied by O. L. Hallstead A Son, with some one to attend to the same. 0. I- HALLSTEAD, H. P. HALLSTEAD. Nicholson. July 27th 1864. The business will be continued by Henry P. Hallstead and Louis Ilammel, under tho name end firm of HALLSTEAD & HAMMEL, who wilt be pleased to retain the patronage of all who hive patronized the old firm, and will be pleas eil to see any who may favor us with a call. We are prepared to furnish EXTRA INDTTCF- ™ T!I P SE HAVING PRODUCE TO K w,n i"'y the H row EST CASH "BICE Sir the same. lIALLSTEAD A IIAMMUL. 27th. 1864 teholion X July, The LatestStyi —OF— SPRINT* Sir SUMMER Bonnets, MILLINERY GOOD , have just been received at the establishment of LOUISA hepburh. on Tioga Street, opposite the Post-office, where wi be found Ladies. Chilron, Misses, and Roy's FLATS j HATS, and CAPS; HEAD-DRESSES, RIBBONS FLOWERS, and TRIMMINGS, and everything in the line of Millinery, which will be sold at the lowest Cash Prices. Repairing promptly and neatly done. Ladies please call and examinefor themselves. Tunkhannock,Oct 3 1862.—v2nll—lywil nxr e w CABINET c h aTi r. £ MANUFACTORY! The subscriber has just opened a new Furniture Cabinet and Chair M inufactory in Tankhannock, next door to C. M. Koon's grocery store— where are kept on hand and manufactured to order: TABLES of all sires, patterns, and styles. CHAIRS Cane-seat, Flag-bottom, and common. BUREAUS of all styles, sizes, and prices. BEDSTEADS, Cottage and common. CENTRE TABLES, WORK STANDS, ROOK CASES, and indeed every thing which can be found in the largest furniture establishments in the country, which he will sell at prices as low as they can be bought in any town outside of the cities. ~. t t isficd that he can compete. " jn workm prices with aij\ .aulishment in the eourtrv be so licit* the public ptrontg?. ' *' REPAIRING of all kinds done in a neat, substan tial and workmanlike manner. N. B.—Old cane-seat chairs, ncw-scatcd and rc paired. UNDERTAKING.— Having a Hoarse of his od-t and having had much experience, he will attean,n this department of the business on short notice ivn in a satisfactory manner. ABRAHAM HAAS. July 16, 1862. v!n-.'9! a CROCKERY!!! A Large Stock just Oj>cned AT T. L. ROSS CP'S., WALL PAPER. WALL PAPER. WALL PAPER. WINDOW SHADES. WINDOW SHADES. WINDOW SHADES . OF ALL STYLES. CLOTH SHADES WITH ISORDERS. CLOTH SHADES WITH BORDERS. FIXTURES AND ROLLERS,COMPLETE FIXTURES AND ROLLERS COMPLETE EMBROIDERED MUSf.IN CURTAINS. EMBROIDERED MUSLIN CURTAINS* E M BUG 11) EK ED Ml'S LIN 0U RT AIN S. ALSO A Large Stock of White Goods; SWISS MI'LS DOTTED SWISS MUSLIN. BRILLIANTS, J ACON F.TS, LACES, BALMORAL SKIRTS, SPRING SKIRTS. GLOVES, REAL ALEXANDRE'S KID. And a Large Stock of YANKEE NOTIONS, Iron, Nails, White-Lead, Zinc, Linseed Oil, Glass, Putty, Door-Locks, and a general assortment of BORERSJHARD WARE. Fish, of all kinds. Cash Paid for all kinds of Grain. Tunkhannock, March, Oth 1864. WHEELER & WILSON'S HIGHEST PREMIUM i Sewing-Maohines. The Cheffj)est and Best, OVER 150.000 OF THESE WELL-ESTABLISHED SEWING-MACHINES HAVE BEEN SOLD roR CIRCULAR, LIMES' ALMANAC, Ac. AGENTS WANTED. r Address WHEELER & WILSON , Seurl n/j-Machine Co. I 704 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. AUCIIOMEER. | L. C* Conklin, of Tunkhannock Borough Wvo roing County Pa hereby gibes notice, that 'bo I a taken a license as public Auctioneer nnd tender I s * err,ee s to th s public in that capacity. ~n re .son able terms. j, c . CONKLIN. 1 Octiher Ist, 1354. R ' 1,11 ' I ATTORNEY'S I At LAP, Office on Tioca street, Tnnkharno ; Li. S. 7 30 Loan. The Secretary of ho Treasuiy gives notion that suboriptinns will be raeoived for Coup In Treasarr notes payoblc three year* from Aug. 16th, 1864 with miii-ariunl interest at the rate of terra mod thnee three-tenths per cent per aw mu,- jiruicipe and jut rest both to Le paid in lawful money. Thee notes will be eonverflible at the optlien at the holder at maturity, into six per otnt, geld bear ing bonds, payable not less than five nor more tha twenty years Irom their date, M the 6orrnmea may elect. J'hey will ho issued in deaQDtßatioß of WO, 8100, 8500, 81,000 a a , t 86.000, and all scnptions mit.-t be fur fitly dollar* or some moltipl | of fifty dollars. The note* will he transmitted to tho owners Iran of transportation charges as soon after the receipt ef | the originul Certificates of Deposit as they can be prepared. As the notes draw interest from August 15, per sons making deposits subsequent to tbut date rauat pay the interest accrued from date of Dote todale of i deposit. Parties depoeit'ng twenty-five thousand dtDar | an<l upwards for these notes at any one time will b | allowed a commission of one-quarter of on© per era which will he paid by the Treasury Department *jt i on tho receipt of a hill for the amount, certified to by the officer with whom the deposit was mad©, deductions for commissions must be made from the deposits. SPECIAL ADVANTAGES OF THIS LOAN. IT IS A NATIONAL SAVINGS BANK, offering a higher rate of interest than any other, and (hebeet se*ur l f*C Any savings bank which pays its depositors in L"; 8. Notes, consider that it is paying in the host circuit* ing medium of the country, and it cannot pay in anything better, for its own assets are cither in go*' eminent securities or in netesor bonds payable i government paper. It is equally convenient as a temporary ©r pclma - nent investment. Tho notes can always he sold for within a fraction of their fa-o and accumulated inte rest, and are the I.est security with banks as collate rals for discounts. CONVERTIBLE INTO .vSIX PER CENT, 5*20 GoI.D BONO. In addition to the very liberal interest on the notes for three years, this privilege of conversion is tun worth about three per cent, per annum, for the j current rate for6-'-'U Bonds is not less than nine percent, premium, and before the war th-v premium | on ,+ix percent, I'. S. stocks was over twenty per I cent, It will be seen that the actual profit on this loan, at the present market rate, is not less than tea j percent, per annum. ITS EXEMPTION N: M STATI:RMI KICIPAL TAXATION But aside from all the advantages we have eau ) mora fed.a spe -ia I A-t of Congress exempts all bmulo and Treasury notes from local taxation. On lbs average, th s exemption is worth about two perrsat. per annum, occording to the rats of taxation in va- I rious parts of the country. It is believed that no securities offer so great in ducement? to lenders as those issued by the govern mcnt. Tn all other forn-.s of indebtedness, the faith or ability of private parties, or stock ocimpanies, or seperatecommunities, only, pledged for payment, i while the whole property of the ronntr; is held to ' securellie discharge of all the obligations of Iko | United States. While the goramnrcnt offers the most liberal terms for its loans, it ! e ieve dthat the very strong* est appeal will ; .c to the loyalty and patriotism of the people. I -r\ i. t , ( joupitcatc ce.tifioittes v. ill be issued for 2" „ m , p rt -i :s xiie ptrty depositing must endorse npon | the original certificate the denomination of notes required, and whether they are to be issued in blanx or payable to order When so endorsed it must be left with the officer receiving the deposit, to bo for warded to th Treasury .Department. Sulmmiptions will bo received by the Treasurer of the I nifed States, at v> ashington, the several Ae sistant Treasurers aud designated Depositaries, aad ! bp the FIRST AND SECtXD NATIONAL BANKS OF SCRAXTON,FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF. TO WAN DA. I and by all National Banks which are repositories ol J public money, and j ALL KESFIiCTBALE BANKS AND BANMIDC i throughout the country will give further inioraatWm ind AFFORD EVERY FACILITY TO SUBSCRIBERS ( SEW|^,' m pr°ved r.|^|Es!j The greatest iiuprov ciu-m yet in tho Sewing Mo I enine art. A curiosity worth seeing. I lease scud forc 1 reular with sample of sewing. These Unproved MARIAN ssavc usi: HLBIIDEII ri* . RUST of thread and silk, and make the LOCKBTITU ! alike on both sides. j They require no instruction to operate perfectly except " the printed directions-" No . hange in sewing from one kind of goods another. And no taking apart to clean or oil. Our NEW MANUFACTORY is now complete with all ts machinery and tools entirely new, aud is already rapidly turning out Machines which for BEASTY and I-KRFKCTIOX of rixisu are not surpassed by Dy manufacture in the world. ®- Should any Machine prove unsatisfactory it can be returned and money refunded. Agents wanted in counties not canvassed by on I Own agents. FIXKI.n Jic I.YON. M. M. CO. No. 538 BROADWAY, NEW TORI April 13 1863, *3-n35- Traveling Public} T'O aceommodato pcrs n s wishing to go bv pabe -L conveyance from this place to any section, or t urn, the undersigned continues to run a 1 Daily Liine STMSS, nl front Factoryvillo Depot, leaving hit hotel o'clock, a. m., arriving at Factory villa in time to Trains to d3reot pent*, Srranton, lletn-^orh, and PHILADELPHIA. Returning, leaves F'aetoryville on the arriv of the New York, Philadelphia and ACCJ ntnoda tion Ti tin from tirent.Bend, arriving in Tinkhaa nock at 7 o'clock, p in. N. I —All Express matter, packages andgrodswil be conveyed to and from the Depot, at reasonable ates; the proprietor holding himself resf nsiblo for he safe delivery of all such entrusted to his care, Towsnda stage arrives at this hotel at 12/ dock in. Returning, leaves at 3 o'clock, p m Stagos for Pittston, Wyoming, and Wilker barre eave on tho arrival of the Towanda stage, at d ro urning connect w'th the same. Montrose stage leaves on Tuesdays, Thursday Saturdays, at 7 o'clock, a. nr., corns ;ii,g A; Mrsa with stages for Binghainto:., Returning, <ru with stages for Pittston, Towanda, Ac. Persons wishing to be called for at thoir resides wili bo accommodated by leaving their raiaes atd hotel of the proprietor. llorvs and carriages in readiness te forward p*s sergois at all Times T li WALL.