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Ruiiui i g '1 iwt i Fascnger Trains, Jim
2d. 1864.
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P. M. P. M. ! lA. *1?. P. M. i I
STATIONS j J
"~200 "6 50 0-~- !t ' •" 7.40 ?/f.J J
1,35 6,21 w MiUVnd '59 ,}•>
1.00 6.00 Montim*- =-- u . h f
12 35 5.33 II !■'" <bj* 4 t
11,50 516 Ni.-hohon • -W \T_ ,
11,20 456 1 f j
10 15 4,10 AWu. "y- -•'> Iff
10.40 4,32 ark Summit ■ o.t ; .
10,10 4.i0 fi'IHAN'TON 16,20 6.30
A M 3.42 Greenville j M i
•.•• 3.29 Dunmrg 10.52 ■
Q.... 3.17 M ..v.v.' U,02
J .... 251 G .uldsUm 11.20 ••••- '
£ .... 2.40 ToUhaoßa G4O
% .... 2.20 F. rk- 1';30 •—> !
{* .... 202 Oakland 12.17 •••• ! 1
.... 1,35 Spruguevii'e • 12 11 ** "3- i
5 .... 1,24 Stroudsburg 12.54 •• •• v '
K-... l.ti 4 Water Cap 1 " 3 ;
.... 12,47 IConat Bethel 1.24
f., .... 12,35 Delnwuie 1-50
jJJ.... 12.10 *Manunka Chunk •• 1.55 ••••" ;
.... 12,02 Bridgeville '2. 4 j
.... 11.51 05.r.1 2.15 ••••L, !
.... 11.38 Washington 2,23 ■•••
.... 11.20 New liauivton 2.45 ••••
A- .\l. 'Change for Phil... PM.
The Passt-xgi r T i ait) Northward
Leaves New Hampton ■'' ; i " • rrivn! <d (he Miii
Train which leaves N E\> i Ol'.K at 6. '0 A M., and
MANTNKA CIU'.VK <n the rri\ai of the Train
which leaves PHILAI >1:1.1 ill A. ,i->i>e „f n De
pot) at 7-15 A. M ■ At SCR \ N iOX this Train
r<xk<-s 'dose ea nnccti'-r.s with tra'i- <i. the LA K
AWANXA4 BTOOM >'lii PG nvi DELAWARE k
HUDSON Railrna. p, aad at Gre at l'.vnd with the
M til Train on the I rae Railway ga in-.' West
Tue Passenger Train Southward
I.e ve. Greet End after (he arrival of the Cir.eir-
Fxpresß fn m ti c Wo:', f wctiug at Stir.v
wit h Tiaii >a n the l.u kawi.i.na uial Bloi.nial-uk
aiid Delaware aasl Bai si. R ;at J'auuri
Crni'k vttb the train for Philadelphia, and a
New Hampton with Tiains fair iY.-w York. the I.e
high Valley, lianUburg. Ac. ]' i>" takers l y thi
'lraiti arrive in New York at 5 50. in Pbiladelpei
at 6,30, an'i in ll;arii>biir at 420 P M.
'i'iie Aceomm d.ttinn Train
Northward, eonne.-ts at i.a ;:t Rend with the Day
Express goit.g Wa , Ly wlr- h arrive a
Xth u*a an i 4ynicat-e t!" - aiie ahay.
(touthward, li-ier !.t ! Lend . .tor the arrival o
the New Yoik Ertpreas •_* aiog I. M.
Ail Pis ■ tiger r rains on the Erie Railway
StOil at Great La t.d. a
WATTS COOKE, Supt.
R A. HENRY. G-.n. Tkt A get t.
£ LA MODE.
THE EAT EST FROM VEIV YORK.
MRS. A. c:. smtu, TAKESPLE\®t REIN
aga n inforn ir- hr friends, nnd the laalies gen
, that she has received, and is still rceeiting
rail yo and weil stdeeted assortment of
FALL AND JFJNTEII GOODS,
Consisting of 11 \TS. HOXMTS. RllilJON>
FI .OSS ES, FEA i llihßS, I.ACES, HEAP
DRESSES, and, in short all art 1 s usually •
found in a
YfTTTi XT"*" 1 "V" '!'' i !! T 1
MXliJulA Li i t X 1 > Jll ' t.
She soliei's a ea'! feoin 11 re'jnir :'r ROODS in
her linn, before par. ■ -. • el- whe.e 71: - c -ik
can be foand althe home formerly oecuiMed by H-n
--ry Stark 1b tb I id Tunkh inn k, ready ■ n I
rnlling to serve ail who may favoi hei with a call. .
MANTUA-MA KING.
We have secured the serviee-' of an experienevi
X 3 TTt XX R3 'JTf.,
and at all titnes will i-e prepare I to F:r an I M ke j
Dresses in the latest at I u: > i approved maimer.— !
Soliciting your vails before purchasing elsewhere, we i
remain
Y ours. Res| eetftil'v.
MPS A.G. STARS.
April
Hell's Sbrcific Pill-—'.V ...anted in nil Cases J
•an be tolled on! N'mer fail to cure ! Do ro '
nauseate! .Vre speedy i". aei : y ' No change of ii- }
et required! Do not interfere willi busires- pursttit.-
Can be used without detection! I pvvard of 260
cure- this month—some < f them very severe cases-
Over one hundrr I pl.y ; i dan- li ive used them in their
practice, and ill speak well i f their efficacy, an
approve of their i- 'Uiposiiion. w! ii !i i- infirr'y vege
♦aide, and hariulc-- on tho sj.stcm. Ifundicdsc
•ertificatcs can '•" 3*>o\vn.
Rkll'S SPKCIFIC PILLS are the original and only
genuine Specific l'dl. Tiiey ire adapted for male
ami female, old or young, nnd the only reliable reme
dy for effecting a permanent ami speedy cure, in til
cases of Speiriiatorrhea, or Seminal V. enknos . with
all its train of evils, su.dt as Urelherul and V.-.gina
Discharge'. Gleet, the Whites, Nightly or luv.dunta
ily Emission, Incontinut nee, t end.al Debility an
Irritability, Impotence, Weakness or Loss of Power
Nervous DeLii 'v. A•, t■* , all of which arise princi
pally from sexu .1 Execs ■* or Self Abuse, or some
constitutional derangement, and incapacitates th
sufferer from fulfilling the duties of married life. Tn
ell sexual diseases, as Gonorrhea. Gleet, nndMrht
ores, an i in Disenses of tho Ei.older and Kidneys
they sot as a charin ! Relief is exjericnccd by ta !
ng a single b x
Sold by all the } rincipal diuggists Price Si
They will be sent by mail securely sealed, and
♦onfiden'.ially, on receipt of the money, by
J BRYAN, M D.,
No. 76 Cedar Stieet Few Y'ork,
Bvultir.g ri.ysuii'B for the treato tr t of o
I'rioaiy, Sexual, an l Nervous Diseases, who wi j
send/free t" all. the following valuable work, in 1
sealed envelope :
Tub Fiftieth THOCSASD —Hit BELL'S TREA
T.sE ori Self A.', us*. Premature decay, Ini|„ Uvc
an 1 Loss of Power, So tual Diseases, Seminal IVe.
n-ss, Niubtly Kini-- . c , C nitel Debility, Ac., Ac |
a j imp! !'d of 61 r . co- i ning important advice '
to the wfN ted. an I which f-houl I be reed by every i
sufferer, as th- itivt■ - of i urc in the severe t stages i
is jlainly sot forth Two stamps rcquiud to pay
post.go
Tmi OPT A :<CE TO i ABIF.s —Lbt. IlAr.vFv's rntai.E t
rii.is* hyj never yet tailed in removing diiii-uiiies
ariAjig (:>u -A i -1: uctiou, or slot ] •_e of nature, or i:r
restoring the sy-to-.u to perfect health when suA'cri: g
from spinal uffeeti. ; Prolapsus, I'tcii, the Whites,
rr cdher wevkiurs o! she I'trriue Organs The Pills
fcre perfc. tly 1 i:m!e.-.. , n the eoustiiution, and may
b taken by the in-.- delicate female without ouus
ing distrosr— ihe same t : . they ;1 - t like a cbanu
by srengtficiting, inviguratting and restoring the
sxstem to,a bcuitliy ■-edition, an I by /"ir.gtng on
the moi) Djr periml with regularity, no matte: Lotn
wlnf caiie.- tfv ot. traction may aii-c To y .-houl 1
however, .v.r be t ken during the first three or f. ur
tnor.tht. oi pregnancy, t oiigh sate at any other
t in. . us ifio-eariiago would he thetesult,
Each box contains 60 Pills. Price sl.
Dtt- 11ARVk,i'4 rUEATISE on diseases of Fe
lnalys, r*.gi.aLcy, Miscarriage, Barrenness, Steriii-
Tteproduction. in. 1 Abuses o f Nature, and
tiie La lies Pri.atc Medical Ad
viser, a pamphlet, of 61 pages, sent free to auv
U The V't !X C J M . U ,e< 4 n ' re d to pay postage.
The Pi,,, and 6. k ec nt hy m .ii wtu B -'c
k ilrci ?ci] ' )
f
I-tr siXb, rl! thßprimi.n, u.ugg.su,; '
20, 1354 v-S-u-e '
'lis sffi&iE siiiiK mmm.
Osr I.F.TTEU A. rA-Mlia' SEWIXa MACHINE t
„ fast g,i dn.r a woril- Gdc .-epu ation it is bo- [
van I de.t:-f the b< St n I -iiaapc-i. n *o* bcau.iful .
j . j;,- ■ ; M b i.es yet oh-red to tne !
public No ether Family .-Awing Machine has so ;
many u- ful npi".i neea for Hemming, Binding, Fell- :
irg. Tu -liitur. Ginhering, Gunging Hiatding, Etn- ;
l ioideriug. Co,bit ti lso ; till. No other Family
SEWING M IV*HINC HN. - .• •> DDL II CAPACITY F**R a great
variety of work It will sow al! kinds of cloth, j
and with all kinds of thread. Great sin i rcecnt im- j
provenients make our Famßy -Sowing Machine uiost
reliable, and most dunD-ie, and most certain in ac- j
ti.-ii at all rates of peed, It makes the interlocked i
stitch, which is the be t .-'.itch known. Any one, ev
en of the Ui.a. t ordivs ,yc ap ieity, can see, at a glance,
how to u-c the letter A. Family Sowing Machine. —
Our I r.'ly ing M . bines .are finished in chaste
and vqui :a s: \Io
The Foliingt se of tho Family Machine is a
piece of cunning workmanship of the most useful
kind, i' protects the machine when not in use, and
when u' otto be f evn'ed may be opened as a spa
cious and -übs-iit.tial table to .-u.-T;iin the work. —
While so. e of tie: Oa-cs, made out of the choicest
Wood.-, ar-. liiiiri cd iii th" simplest and chastest man
ner po.-iii 'c. others arc adorned and eiubelislied in
the mo-t cc..stiy an t superb manners.
It is nbsolutely necessary if see the Family Ma
chine in operation, so as to judge of its great capaci
ty and beauty.
It isl'a.-t i. a tning as popular for family sewiug
as our mannfa turing mdtiiinc.- tiro for n4nufact.hr
ing purposes
Xlie Branch Offices are well supplied with silk,
tw-isr, thread, needles, oil, Ac., of the very best qual
ity.
Send for a PAMPHLKT.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY'.
158 Broadway, New York.
; S**i i' a ', 1 jili ia < Hit) Clrest it lit St.
s>l.b£?mj Aft's in Tunkli.nnock.
i. sjwis! mmm
—AND—
Tin Olyojd.
'T* HE subscriber has just received at his shop, over
JL iiunkinson's fitorc, in
MESHOPPEN PA.,
and wili c n.-tantlv keep or. bund nil the latest
IMPROVED COOKING STOVES
among whi:-h are tho " CALORIC," MINER aad
"UNION ' pa-'ern.-', with PARLOR STOVES and
!. atois of every description, which he offers for
30.c3.37'
at prices that will defy competition
Ilia - ire bought directly of tho Manufactur
ers f VLB \ • . tVILKi SLARRE. PROVIDENCE
ii. i .-(/ RANT ■N. lie is therefore enabled to sell
10 in at a -in ill advance on the original cost
71H, SHEET-IRON,
—AND-
Copper Ware.
i ,11 kirGson ban lan l made to order Also
FIP, WIDOV no XX AX I) I EIGH
!SIl()i:? FOR SAFE.
Tho popular Cu' kin t Stove,
F o rest ii, ue e 11,
Elevated o\ n) i- now for the first, offered at
>2O for S in li, 525 for 9 : nch,
R£?AJB*NSAND JOBBING
neatly .nd protnpilv done.
HENRY -TANSBURV
M< hp en, Dee I7:h. I'iG'' -v2nH>ly.
11 \iiDW Alii; & IK OA
! H'JTJT BBO'S & Bum
NOW OFFER FOR SaLE
.'RON, STEEL, NATLS AND SPIKES, MINE
RAIL, RAILROAD SPIKBS, ANVILS,
BELLOWS, ILAIN A CONVEX
II OR .-I-'-" HOES, HAM
MERED HORSE
NAILS.
WROUGHT IRON,
EGILDiaS' IAIBVAII.
CARPEN
TERS' TOOLS,
(Ail, W \KR A N TED.)
HUBS, SPOKES, FELLOES, SEAT
SPi: DLES, CARRIAGE SPRINGS, AXLES.
PIPE BOXES, SPRING STXZL,
ROT I S. NUTS, WASH
ERS BELTING,
PACKING,
GRIND STONES;
PLASTER
PARIS, CEMENT.
IIAIR, SHOVELS, WHITE LEAD
FRENCH WINDOW
GLASS, Ac., Ac.,
ALSO SASII,
DOORS AND BLINDS
o\ HAND IX ASSORTMENT
ANI) MAN URACIL RED 10 ORDER
; LEATIiEEIi AND FINDINGS
FA I i?BAK'R SCALES.
n .Aurcu 26. 1863. vln33—
IXGIIaM and WRENCH,
Mant facturcrs and Dealers 111
SINO CREEK,
CAMP TOW, BRADFORD Co Pa
Hulls Carded and Cloth Finished.
MANUFACTURE CLOTH FOR CUSTOMERS ON SHARES
OR AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES PER YARD:
Caisimer. l , Best Finish, tine 45 cents
Plain Cloth, tio 45 "
Gray and Mixed €assimeres,4s "
Tweeds, 32 "
Cuinuion Fulled Cloth, 40 "
White Flannel, 22 "
Madder Red Flannel, 32 "
Gray Flannel 25 "
ilio Gray l lani cl ina ic wtth taste and very suita
ble fur Clothing-
H4RVETTMGHAM
AM as WRENCH
I * l'v t: ■r 11 'g it .. an bare rolls
carded so a to take them home Wi th them • and
' rare the e xtp"**• of r ceremd trip
"3b
IMPORTANTTO FEMALES •
I & PIIS/
PROCLAMA T I O N !
TO THE I.AOICS I
IS O( U MARRIED AND SINGLE.
THE OLDEST REGULATOR FCR FEMALES.
DR. CHEESE MAN'S IE MALE PILLS
Will immediately relieve, without pain, all disturb
ance of (lie periodic discharge, whether arising from
relaxtiou or-suppression, They act like a charm in
removing the pains that accompany difficult or im
moderate menstruation. aiul are the unly**tfc 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 unpleasrnt and dangerous effects of
an unnatural condition of the sexual functions. In
the worst cases of Fluor Albus. or Whites, they ef
fect a speedy cure
DR. CIIEESEMAX'S FEMALE PILLS
Have been used OVER A QUARTER OF A CEN
TURY. They are offered as the only safe means of
renewing interrupted menstruation, out Ladies must
bear, in nunU that there is one condition of the fe
male system in which the Pills cannot be taken
without producing a PECUL 7.I li RESULT.-
The condition referred to is PREGNANCY—
the result, MISCAIIRIA GE, Such is the irresist
ible tendency of the medicine to restore the sexual
functions to a normal condition, that even the pro
ductive poxcer of nature cannot resist it TiiEl
CANNOT 1)0 HARM in any other way. •
-4)R.CHKE&EMAK'S FEMALE PILLS
Are/he on\y Malicine that MARRIED AND SIX
OLE LADIES have relied upon for many years, or
can rely upon now. B E WAll E OF J A/ 1 -
TIONS! These Pills form the Finest Preparation
crer put forward, with TMMKDI.tTD arid PER
SISTENT SUCCESSj DON'T BE OFC EIV
i:D. Take this advertisement to your Druggist,
and to 11 him that you xcaxit the BEST and most
R E LIA BL E FEMA LE M EDI CINE IN Til E
WORLD, which is comprised in
DR. CHEEsEMAN'S FEMALE PILLS !!!
They have received, and are now receiving the
sanction ofthe most eminent J'hysieiaus in Amer
ica.
EXPLICIT DIRECTIONS with each Box- the
price. One Dollar per Box, containing from 50 to
60 Pills.
Pills sent by mail, promptyl, by remitting the
price to the Proprietors, or any authorized Ag-ut,
in current funds.
SGLD BY DRUGGISTS GENERALLY.
HUTCIIINGS A HILLYER, PROPRIETOR'S,
•81 Cedar Street, -■ cw York.
* Sold in TunKhannuek, by J. W. Lyman, in
Montrose, by Able Turrell, iu Scranton by L S A
E. C Fuller, in Factory villa by all Druggists
F.>n KITS, MICK, ItoArncs, A.NTS, BEI> BIG
MOTIIS ix Feus ITuottss, AC,, INSECTS OX Pum
FOWLS, ANIMALS, &<*.
Put up in '2sc 50- aul 61.00 Boxes. Bottles, an f
Flasks. S3 and $5 sizes for Hotels, an i I'ubli. i'
-titutioiis, Ac.
•OnU in! illil l.■ remedies kn ,wn."
„Fret- from ißoris."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"IU. s ..tune out of their h- les to die."
f WhM' Sale in .ill 1 irgo cities.
>.*"Sold by ail l'ntggi:'is cl Retailers every oh
I f\ ! ! BE WAKE ! ! ! of all worthless imiw-.:
I "ff'Site that "COSTAIS'su > name isach B.\, ' •
and I before yi bay,
J ss IJKXKV B. >' -
| <f* Prinoipa ! I't jot 462 Broadway, N 5
J by J Ly :n in, y Co., wholesalo Beta!
J 'if Agent,Turkhannock,
—O —i)—
rrMIE SUBSCRIBER HAS HAD IN SUCCESSFUL
X operation, for several years, a
W tJ $1 & j£ M. If,
AT TOWAIMDAT
where all of the most approved and rare kinds of
FRUIT Sr ORNAMENTAL TREES,
Can be obtained.
Being convinced from experience (hat his Tree*
and Plants will give far better satisfaction to the
Fruit-growers of Wyoming County than any grown
in other localities, he confidently solicits their patron
age.
He will make rttmnal visits either in person or by
his agents to most of the townships of Wyoming Co ,
and asks only 'b" l bis specimens may be examined
and his method of dealing be tested.
Al! orders'by letter or otherwise, for Trees, vines or
pi nts will be promptly attended to.
rmiU-Iy. D IIARKINS.
AUCTIONEER.
gj',. C- Conklin, of Tunkhannoek Borough, Wyo
tiling County Pa hereby gibes notice, that L^lia
taken a license as public Auctioneer,' and tenTer,
his services to the public in that capacity, on reason
able terms. L C. CONKLIN
October Ist 1364.
TO PROFESSORS OF MUSIC AMATEURS, AND I
THE MUSICAL PUBLIC GENERALLY,
P.A.WONDEUMANN
FOREIGN A AMERICAN MI SIC" WAREHOUSE, 824 BROAD- |
WAV,
II iving on hand the largest-stock of Foreign Music
in New Fork,which he imports from jEuroßtTcxpress i
■ i !y to meet the taste and requircinerts of the Atupri- '
| can lovers of Music, respectfully calls attention to |
l tue fact that he is now sti]>p ying Music of E\erv i
Style at a Beductijp of TWKXTV-EI VE to fifty per j
i cent, less than any other hottse in the United States, j
Private Families cap be supplied (post free.) by !
! forwarding the cash to the above address Should - i
I the amount of cash be forwarded exceed the co to
I the Music, the balance will be promptly returned in j
' postage currency
1 j DKALEBS and Professors should not neglect this j
j oppoitunity i they will beJitaornlly dealt with.
N B—Any and every piece of Music (vocal or i
instrumental) published in r Europe and America j
;j will be supplied to orjjir, if accompanied, by the
j cash, " s . > It" ' ; I
Remember the Address,
P. A. W 1 N 1) E R M A N N
Foreign and American Music Warehouse,
s 824 Broadway, New York
~ TOCQNSUMPTiVES. .. I
I nnßu mplfvc sufferers will receive a valuable pre
scription for the cure of Consumption, Asthma. Bron
chitis, nnd all throat and Lung " affections, (freo of 1
charge.)by sending thejr address tv . . I
| ltev. EDWARD A'W>Y*OV. -" *■ ■ *t j
i- Williamsburg, .
PB\' Klng'Co.,
! • XewYor
•j ti J
fETraBl:
I'll 0M EUROPE
lts i" I ' ff - L " 111 ft i
I fully confirmatory rmei re porta that lilt*.
DITt ll HAVE l'tEi.at>Sl;)h OF HOU-
L.VND.
tt is also atith'oriiatlveij ai LOUD. •- i that
o. s T D rnis
has exclusive prun-.-s a< : tb"
STOVE AND TIW-SHOP
AT—
TUNKHANNOCK.
where every thing ih the line of. his trade can be
had at the
LOWEST LIVING T EOF ITS.
HOUSE-KEEPERS will find at his Shop, the lat
est and most improved Palternsof
O O O 2S.XTNT Or ,
AND
PAS ST OWES,
with all the FURNITURE and FIXTURES complete.
Roofing & (Juttering
in ail its branches, attended to UM short notice and on
It E AIS O N A B LE TERMS.
PROMPTLY, NEATLY, AND CHEAPLY DONE
0. S. MILLS
Tunkhanno. k. Nov 4. 186 - v3-nl3.
Manufacture of Woolen floods !
CHAPTER 1.
The Manufacture of Woolen Goods, both in the
household and in the factories, has become of great
importance on account of jits forming at presout .our
principal articles of clothing. The nature of our cli
mate make it neccessary. and ihe scarcity of Cotton
has greatly increased the value of wool ami F'abrieks
made iroui it • and being engaged in the business of
making Clorh and Flannel, and also . oil Carding,
and Cloth Dressing, we h.ive thought a lew remarks
with regard to handling Wool, and the pioper pn>-
of Manufacture, might be of service to the oun
trv, aud u benefit to ourselves
The flrsj process with the farmer who intends to
make his wool into rolls for spinning in 1 waving
at homo, after washing and shearing, is assorting the
ualities. This we do not expect a farmer to d. us
erfectly as a regular manufacturer, but by trying
he will approximate towards it. and be amply paid
.or the little pains required, by having an even
threa i nnd smoother fabric. Ihe fleece should be
wh, le an-I be spread out on a table—the coarsest
wool will befourd on the skirts of the flecee, and
• can easilv be distii"guishcd by looking closely to the
fibre Two qualities frein edh fleece w ill perhaps
be close en ugh tor < ilinary j:::;s)ses, but as the
sheep in our cuntrv differ wuclr in their grs'? of
wool —the coarse p.iitufi.ne may do to go with the
1 ii cr part of another, an-i '.b"s m ike three or four
I .pi • lit i,-s out ofthe lot 1* it is goiti rto the mnnu-
I factory .r to ••• rk- '. ib> fiecc- •dioulTnot be • rr.
I iiU* • it< ir. in v 'Co t. • :e. !;• "pj t> •. . i
I oflard,frath I utter o • i. u! sect wbh cv.
u-n pounnsol ivo .! •g<o..g t> ih -.tulii g nc
"1 iif Ll.\ ih tig of im|' •••■I , .. jr. .jf c Jiir ■ to -
[ well cardie V for irai k•• • vill entirely fekpofisi
-1.-lo . but in the mutter d q noin r .mil veaving. we
have another caution to add, Unless the yum w
evenly twitted, and bp it IIJI evenly fn t! c loom, the
cloth shrinks tin vcnlv 'n fulling—m.iking some j.iu
ce> wide b 1 others •. rro v. Un .>f the finisher m ■
•i i Is-in ]i®fc c siti < ill'- Hi- w II Ips, t!. doth will r -
siimCffsVOTtt irtmn : nit whltUt# .!• fnv .1 •!.-
I icr.' IP I Hie tl.. Ini s vr- I, q|
'
k. a
iieel m - -p. I ■ .IT. ■ ;■ ;;
ll,re i I ruon ou V. a ■ t -t" V ••
of Int.- ••• • r. 'u -oh
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through a c.inj.iigr. at i. : '.
IN*tIAM .v Wfinxril.
HOME FACTORY, CAMPTOWX, BRAD FORD Co May G.V J
INF STRANGE
AGAINST—
FIRE! FIRE!! FIRE 1 ! !
T iPicn at this ..ff.ee, on all kinds of Town and
Country proj. ity, at the MOST RF.XSONABLK TKRMS,
and for any liinc from TUREK MONTHS TU
Fl\'E YEARS— et'hei
XV ITU or WITHOUT PREMIUM NOTES
Is tdie company reliable ? MM] it pntnj.tly pay
ii* honest losses ? are the important* inquiries with
all insurers. Wo answer :
THE LYCOMING CO INSURANCE COMPANY
HAS BEEN IN SUCCESSFUL OPERATION
FORTWENTY-TUREE YEARS.—IT 11 AS
A WELL SECURED CAPIATL OF
OYER 62,400.110. IT PAY'S FROM
*6O. TO 6125,000 LOSSES
ANNUALLY.
ALL
LOSSES
ARE PROMPTLY
ADJUSTED AND PAID.
EACH INSURER IS FURNISHED
WITH AN AUTHENTICATED A.sXU
NUAL STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
AND OPERATIONS OF THE COMPA
NY THE COMPANY IS CONDUCTED ON
JUST AND EQUITABLE PRINCIPLES.
THE CHART Ell IS PERPETUAL.
References Hon. ' Wtn. M. Piatt, Hon. A. Iv
! Pevkhum, llenry Stark aud Samuel Stark Esqs. ot
| this County ; Sayer & Bros, of Susquehanna, and
j Scorge iff Ilollenbaek and others of Luzerne County,
I *hu insure in and have been paid iusses by this,
'Jompany.
HARVEY SICKLER, Agt.
; DISSOLUTION COP ARTSERSBIP
• The Partnership botwoen 0. L. II \LLSTEAD
j A SON, is this day dissolved by inut tal c nscnt,
| ihe notes and accounts will be left in the bands of
j 0. L. HuHsfetiJ t. settle and can be found at the
| store furtnerly oc. ur.ic l by 0. L. Ilallstead A Son,
i with some one to attend to the same.
0. L HALLSTEAD,
II P. HALLSTEAD.
Nicholson. July 27th 1564.
! The business will be continued bv Henry P.
! Hails • ead uti 1 Louis llaniincl, under the name and
I firm of
; HALLSTEAD & HAMMEL.
who will be pleased to retain the patronage of all
wiio i ivb jaivronizo I the old firm, and vvill he pleas
• ed to see r.ny who may favor us with a call.
I W> are prepared to furnish EXTRA INDUCE -
ME NTH TO THOSE 11 WING PRODUCE TO
1 DISPOSE OF. will pay the HIGHEST CASH
I'iUQE fur the same. .*
. HALLfITEAD A ILHrtfFL *
' 7Ti'z. 18#4 th!rna N -Jily,
The Styte
—<F—■
** jj * • *
Si'HJ :\ ! i ■'< frU XJAJi.R
330 £l
i v> •" £} "
4%*:'*?* ■ *-
* / v - - i "'<•
.;; ; -:7s
„ .. .- * . W
- .v im m >+■ |fld ■ "W
Ml! ! MH;Y ttOOM
I havejm' TP'ilicd it the f ifi: •imi'
LOUISA KEPfiUKII.
jon Tl.'tfw Bfrcet. ■•i| i .-ii- Hi.' i • -it-' t£ wl
he f. (iu i I n io- Citiiii* V> . it 1 Boy' Fi '
I IIAT.-', an.l CAP-: HEAD-DRESSES, RILLO'-.
| FLOWERS, and TRIMMING*. and overyihinj. n
I the line >!' Midi cry. wht.-h will b>- -oM at the loir est
Cash Prices.
Repairing pr.qpit'y 'iirl ne.itlv done Ladies
please call and examine for themselves.
lunkhaiinook,Oct 3 1862 —V2ull— lvwi)
IST IS SW
ft
CJ l-I J%- X 3F4.
I ~ t'
MANUFACTORY!
The sa'-sTil er ha/ jut ?nil u new Furniture
Cabinet ami Chair Abuuuii-tory in Tunkhanrioek,
next door to C. M. Kdmi\> grocery store —where are
kept i n li hi 1 an I m oufa -tared to or.ler:
TAFSI I-> of all [i nterns, and styles.
CHAIRS Can"- :.t. Flng-bottom, ami common.
HI Rl.Al Sot .li styles. sizes, and nrices.
BED-'TLAUS, Cottage and common.
CEN IUE 'i Ai 1..-, WORK STANDS, BOOK
CASEi mil i; !• d every thing wbii-h cm be found
in the largest furniture establishments in'hecountry,
which hi wil>se!l it prices as low a- ther era be
bough' in any I wn Ut : !•••: •' tiring sat
isfied that h ■ n ■ uije tej b ill in workmanship and
price- with any establish-cent in the country, he so
liei'S the public ] AKUHI'C
REP A11; TJT<I - ' II kind* lone in neat, üb-t..i).
tial and workmanlike nianuei
N. B.—Old ane .- at ch : rs rn-w-e ut.-H . T r,.
paired.
I'NDKRTA K ING I!.-, in -.. ii<nr<-e • hi- i t
slid Fax it li.i i uiu.'-b - xi-. iiine. he il le .
thi- •!(•( .ru "n of Hie business on abort n.| ei •
! in a sa'isiaetorv m niei
' ' HH
July 16, 1862. v 9 a
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t- iai t. fir.; v '.}'(<•>' ' ■ - iNJ •
FIX I ... .-• A' .' • . i. t, ••■ ■■
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KMUK i!>; - ,
km hi:'H ; . : i j.i
A j S( >
A ei I' It iv II i 'vVi. lt- (d
.-i. j.-;i .U. 1..-
rOTI EOS V I-> :jr LIN.
BRU 1.1 AKTS,
J .iCOAi-J IS,
I.ACES,
P U.MOKAL SKIRTS,
i.' 1i i is ti SlvlK'i'S.
; GLOVES,
(IFAIi ALLXAh'llltE'S KID
.
x\nd a Stuck of
YANKEE JdOTIOWS.
I r<n,
Nails,
White-Lead,
7. nc. Linseed Oil,
Glass, ruttv,
and a general assortment of
BUi.DEF.S HAE9W3ARE.
Fish, of all kinds.
! Ca sJKI Faid
for a.l kinds of Grain.
Tunklianxidck, starch, 9tli 18(14.
; WHEELER & WILSON'S
HIGHEST PREMIUM
. Sewing-Machines.
Tlte Cheapest and Best.
OVER 150.000 OF THESE WELL-ESTABLISHED
SEWIKIG-MACHiNES HAVE BEEN SOLD.
j 4g-?*.XD FOR CIRCCLAR. LADIKS' ALMANAC, AC.
AGENTS WANTED.
Address W HEELER & WILSON
SrircHtj-If celt i iic Co.
704 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
TBrm ;•. •;. c 0 ' nil
CHAN'S L vt;'.?>if ; El' .< -e.-r
iin If-s.-i tlivn 10 1\ 'i> war <e >! -. t' -
N F-- 4fiit>e'> ri l'- • v, •> -ut
j W'e ikt e.-s LtOM • • .1: 1 . . - •
1 N'erVnfl- \fFe-tji. li. Hitt I -1. \.. j-;..-
i dil'-fl't- I'riee. Mr. li.-llnr )fr >.x. Sen" ;.s'-|>ai(l
'by mail,.on r.-ifeiptof auorder. One Box ill per
j feet the euro in most cases Address
JAMES S. BUTLER,
f--* General Agent, 427 Broadway, K®w Terk*
rial JBS:
firttley's ally's Book
i : . - T'jn • 1
i - sui ui iiu<3 t .lie orld.
•-i J . i'it t -I tC.T-, .. •1/ FASHION'S.
■' *• "• •' -i K' N1I(A. Doi'bLE
• : iv i v-r**vhgs on every
* u "j" ■-!..• ; Torihet kntrting
1 ' ' r 'bw I Met fd r the
' •' '• • 1 t ■•■ o B\.-ryhia, in
L.O v' Pock '
' 1 ' A . *KI i K Ft) H .15 Y KAU.-3
- - WHL it
lil> V' 3 RBCEIJPTS
M :s'/\ tr giv i iheai)
or, lOb HO. -
a year, Other
.' i • . m:e ; tiui the eub
• ■ 't i ct. aitisi. stures
io, Aae.bdr p<. uiiarny
s \ T. .Stewart A Co., of New
iv; -I; n.c intri.ii.nits, Appear in Godey,
tbeouiy Al. a- thttt has thcin.
Ai>, FukUmud t'rorn the celobrate.l Brolie,of New
York.
La lies' Bormers. We g'TC more of theni ma year
than any other Magazine. In fact, the La-ly,s Book
enables every lady to be her own bonnet maker.
MARION HAKIiAND,
Authoress of "Alone," ' * Hidden Path.," 1 l Mos
Utile." "jVemssis," and "Miriam
writes foi Godey each month, and for no other Mag.
a sine. We have also retained all our old nd fa
vorite contributors *
TERMS OF
Godey's Lady's Book for 1865
(From which there can be no Deviation.)
The following are the terms of the Lady,s Book
for 1865. At present, we will receive subscribers at
the following rates. Due notice will be given if w#
are obliged to advance, which will depend upon the
i price of paper.
: One copy, one year, $3,00
Two copies •' " 5,50
I Three • " " . 7,50
Four •' " •' 10,00
Five copies, one year, and an extra copy
to the person sending the club, making
, six cop-es 14 00
Eight copies one year, and an ex'ra copy
to theiiersori sending the club, making
nine copies 21 00
Eleven topic.- one yc;.r, and an extra copy
b the person .-endmg the ciub, making
twelve copies 27 00
Additions to any of the above clubs. $2 50 each
subscriber.
G .-ley's Lady's Book and Arthur's Il>me Mga
ziu" will i.e sent, each one year, on receipt of $4 50.
We have no club with any other Magazine or
Newspaper.
the m.,uey must .HI I e sent at one time for any
Club
sub- fibers iuu.-f si -id 24 ecntg additional
for e: ii -üb.criuer.
Address L, A GODEY.
-V E, C rcr .-ia---..j Chestnut Streets,
\ 111 LADE LP HI A
Put i. it iir lot lit * m ringer
.- I . LI* - \ I )>i L L'lxaG WRIAGER.
~<i i r.r. t u i'-y.t TO . v ' 1 L! OR M LIT.
n . H . j ,v - din I ul'i OF ORDER
.1 .-. :OMi i "V iT ii i- ano ;T c I, wni'BLß
y t f.----vin
. . t.'io.ii an
. i. , i. < i..,
i; •• •• iii
a --. < lb bo'lan
P ....... V", ~ Ot
p • ..
... of N J -.-> iNo
.Juno.. •. l • o -!c a. t .e'ai.. by
" : : • ' - bi. G C0.0h.-.
.Oh.-.
. •! • rnrt ;
• -u;!i t
a.l tii. i durable,
.. ' li'.-'s '-ci-.sn delay
.. l-r :
ii - red. shrink
■■ii' irHI irca~
wi.h-iut .
" . all (lit . >v. ntagos
. - -a't >v j riatncd ;
• ; t r (ii. iu --e it. the best
rid JJeJ-Quill wit a
■ti u-. itiH-nials, hut
t: ••• i v • • .-. t- • if ■ i 'he skeptic 1, if such
, test ' utn in's Wringer
. .'!• . • i'- AN) tint ALL others
• -. : ■!' I. tCVV, rcfU !1 it
P ' i ui Mnv Hj'acturiug Co :
(ir. m \ ; / nc/r m 'practical experience
that iron wll 9<ilranize irith xinc trill not oxidize
or rust one particle. The Putnam Wringer is as
near perfect as possible, and J ran cheerjidly rcs
omend it to be best in use. Respectfully yours.
JXO. W. WHEELER, Cleveland, Ohio.
) Manv years' experience in the galvanising busi
ness enable me to "n hose the above statement in
; all particulars.
I New York, Jan , 1864. JXO. C. LEFFERTS
! 100 Beoktnnn St.
We have tested Putnam's Clothes Wringer by
; practical working, and know that it will do. It is
i cheap; it is simple ; it requires no room, whether
I at work or at rest ; a child can operate it ; it does
| its duty thoreughlv; it sarncs time and it saxes wear
| and tear. We earnestly advise al! who have much
washing to do. with all intelligent persons who bave
! any, to buy this Wringer, it will pay for itself in
| a year at most.
Hcv. HORACE ORE JLEr.
BUCKEYE MOWER MB REAPER
Farmers should secure one of these excellent Ma*
' chines at once as the supply is limited, and we are
eon tide ut thai the demands "for the above Machines
will be great the coming season as the BUCKEYE,
is the best Machine now in use, and is the best adapt
! Ed to rough, hilly, and uneven ground, is the mo a
( du hie and is managed with the great st easeo
1 other maehinos now in use.
For further particulars address
JOIIXU. STONE Ageuk
STILL IN THE FIELD.
MRS. BAR DWELL
Announces t the Ladies of Tunkhnnnoek and vicini
ty, ili-.it she has just, received a fine assortment *f
Fall and Winter
Millineary,
• hot ro m c ; p u-il • tuo p .*-office, where can be
'• - a i o <r -• v 11--.x, all 'ho
~LA7iST STYLES.
—or —
, ir . \ I-:: - 11A . LAP?, HEAD DKESS
I, S- FI.O'IYKRS? IRIMMISGS
1 H(>' I SKI It S. CORSETS, *
r and everything in the line of Millinery and
Goods, wh ioh she will sell at the lowest cash pt
j X3T REPAIRING promptly and neatly dew
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