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TO fe j,'< " • HOUSE KEEPERS! Frank M. Buck Has just opened, at the store house formerly oc cupied by C T, Marsh, one Joor below Baldwin's IluUl, in Tunkhauuoik, NEW GROCERY AND .* ■ Provision Store, where he is prepared to sell eve;ything in the line of Family Groceries at prices fur below those here tofore asked for them i • '. ' * .If liis stock was selected antl purchased by MR- A. G. STARK n person, whose intimate acquaintance with then rade. and dealers, enabled him to purchase at prices LQffBB Till TIE LOWEST. Mr. Stark's service* as salesman, also, have been secured. 0 In the article ot Teas, both as to prices and quality., I £ffi| SompetjHoit GINGER. PEP ER. SPTCE, CIXAMON CLOVES. NUTMEG, MUSTARD, CREAMr i ARTAR, RAISINS, FIGS, POWDER, SIIOT AND LEAD. FfflTS AID BITS OF ALL KIIDS. ' —ALSO— FLAVORING EXTRACTS FOR PUDDINGS, 1 IJsS, CISTARD AND ICE CREAM. SPICE SALMON & SARDINiS, in boxes—a fine article for Pic-'iic, fihir.g and pleasure part its, Ice Cream Constantly on hand, and furnished in any quai.U ty desired, on short notice* ACARONI— FOR SOUPS. SMOKED HAMBL'T. A IJT'C and varied assortment of LAMPS, LAMP CHIMNEY'S (j LOBES ANO WICKS, ALSO Kerosene Oil. N. B.— WOOL. HIDES, FURS, ANDg yIIEEP PELTS, purchased for c-isii or trad.-, f r which tin* highest ca*h prices will be paid. ■ + , - e*. * . ■ Sail a lib giamjite. F. BUCK. T unkha nnock, June 2 wsn4otf tOURT PHOCLAHATIOW* TIHIEhEAR, the Hon. WM RLWELL. Pres dent Judge of the Court of Common Pleas and -ourt ot Geuo al Quarter Sessions of the Peace, and the President Justice of the Court of Oyer and Ter miner and Geqeral Jail Delivery, for the trial of cap )ta| and other offences, for the twenty-sixth Judicia Peno'iu J. V. Smith andN. IJ. Wells Esqs Associate Judges of the Cpprt of Common Pleas and - .General Quarter .Sessions of the peace, and Associ ate Justices of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery of the County of IVjoining, have by their precept to m- directed, ordered A GENER \l. rOPPT OF OYER AND TERMINER AND GENERAL JAIL DELIVERY. •to be licld a! Tookhannock on Mon iny the 15th day Jan. A. D., 186b. Notice is ihereture hereby given to the Coronor, all Justices of the Peace and Const iblei 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. Notiee is also given that those who are bound by recognizances to prosecute the prisoners that are or shall be in the Jail of Wyoming County, thatthey be hen and there to prosecute them as shall be just. <. . . • AHIRA GAY, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, I Tunkhannock Dec 20, 186g j NOTICE. Is hereby given to the Stockholders of the Wyo ming NetionG Bank Tbat an Election will be bell the Banking house in the Borough of Tunk hsnnock, on Tuesday the 9th day of January between the boars of 10 o'clock A M and 4 o'clock ;• M ; forth purpose of Electing a board of directors ter the ensuing ye*h ARE -SoiNG ? BUY A SUIT OF CLOTHING OF STARK, DO YOU ATTEND CIIURCII7 BUY A DRESS SUIT OF STARK. DO YOU CONTEMPLATE MATRIMONY ? GET YOUR WEDDING SUIT OF STARK. DO YOU WISH TO 'KEEP UP APPEARANCES V STARK'S CLOTHING GUARANTEES YOU A RESPECTABLE POSITION. ARE YOU A "COURTING MAN?" BEFORE "POPPIAG THE QUESTION" (TO MAKE SURE) GET A NEW SUII AT STARK'S. DO YOU INTEND SLEIGHRIDING THIS WIN TER ? AN OVERCOAT, FIRST, AT STARK'S. It matters not who you are, what your calling er j;i' fession, STARK S new York Clothing should be your ens and aim. Call and see the new styles naw opening at F M. Buck's store, where A. G. Stark will he pleased to wait upon you. A. G. STARK'S. Clothing Ag't. Bridge Street, Tupkhaimock NEW TAILORING SHOP The Subscribe." having had a sixteen years prac tical experience in cutting and making clothing, now offers his services in tlds line to the citizcnsof Factorvvillr and vicinity. Those wishing to get Fits will find his shop tho place to get them. Joel, R. Smith. v4-nSO-Gtnos, me: at Mar ket! The Subscriber announces to the citizensof Tuuk ha.mcck and vicinity, tfc it he is now opening a MEW MEAT MARKET OPPOSITE WALL'S HOTEL ON BBIDGE ST. where by the stiictcst attention to the wauls of this community; he hopes to receive tiicir patronage,— Ho has now on hand a fine stock of fat cattle ; and will hereafter const tntly keep for sale Beef, Mutton, Pork, Sausage, ami Poultry of a'l kinds, at prices as L O If A S CA A BE A FFO 11 J) ED. Meat delivered at the residences of cus tomers in town, each day, if desired. 11. W. RIIOAT'S. Tunk . Nov. 29, 1565. vsrl7tf. TUNKHANNOCK WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PRODUCE MARKETS. MN*U:CTED WEEKLY BY T. L., HOSS Si CO., ! UoRNEK TIOGA AND WARREN STREETS, TUNK HANNOCK PA. WhcatNper bushe') $-,30 <3 $2,40 Rye " 90 Corn (old) 2 ,50 " (in tho ear) & .g"> Oats (30 lbs,) .35 2 ,38 Buckwheat 2 Beans. @ 1,50 Potatoes 2 ,tis Butter (per lb) 2 ,35 Eggs (per doz,) 2 ,30 Lard (per lb) 2 ,18 Tallow " ® ,ld Dried apples @ ,15! Kags (cotton) 2 .0 Hay (per ton) 8.00 2 10 40 The following articles are sold by the above j named firm, in quantity, at the prices indicated. Flour (wheat) (per 11.) 2 $12,00 " (rye) " 2 7,00 " (buckwheat) per ewt. <3 4,00 Meal (corn) " 2 225 ; Chop $2,06 2 2,25 Salt (per bbl,) 2 3,40 j Coal (per ton, no. 3) 6,25 2 6,50 i Removal. I W> hive rrmtved our place of business to the | r) ni> formerly oc> upicd by J. B. sturdevant, in ' Si irk's Brick Block, over tho Wyoming Na'ional , Bank, third Floor, where we have increased facili ties for taking raOTOGRAF'KrS, CARTES £ VISITE, VIGNETTES. AM 13ROTYPES. MELALXOTYPES, FERROTYPES, IVORY TYPES, &c, &c, We l ive spired no expense in obtaining the #:XRY BEST INSTRUMENTS V V in market, and challenge any one to produce better pictures than we can. All kiuas of colored work done at the shortest no tice and in the best style of the art. Also all kinds j of copying done from old pictures, from card to life I size. ' Call and examine. Satisfaction guaranteed HERMANS A CULLING WORTH. Tunkhannock, Nov. 22 1965 \~rT Our Eettcr A Family Sewing Ma- , ehtne, with all the new improvements, is the nest, and cheapest and most beautiful Sewing Machine in the world. No jther Sewing Machine has so much j eapac'ty for a ere at range of work, including the delicate and ingenious processes of Hemming Braiding, Binding Embroidering, Felling, Tucutng Cording, Gathering, Ac., Ac, Tho Branch Offices are well supplied with M'k Jurist. Thread. Needles, Oil, Ac,, of the very bst quality, Send for a Pamphlet, TIIE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY. 458 Broadway, New York, Philadelphia Office, i Hid IHESTNUT STREET HARVEY SICKLER, Agent. v4n43 NOTICE. " The Co-partnership, heretofore existing between C. Burr A Son, is this day dissolved by mutual The books and aeconntg of the late firm are left in the hands of C. Burr for settlement and collec tion. who will still continue to carry on the Tanning business ot Hie old stand The Harness Business will be carried 00 by Wm H. Burr, who, confident of his ability to satisfy the wants of the public, so licits their patronage. C BURR, Wm. H. BURR Meshoppen, April 28b, 1961. WRIT OF PARTITION. ■ TN the matter of the , roceedings in partition upon x the Keil Estate o Solomon Brown, late of Exe ; ter townsh'p, Wyoming County, deceased. To Hannah Brown, Widow if said Solomon ! Brown dej'd., Daniel S. Brown Ca hertne S. inter i married with Abel C Thompson. Sarah Elizabeth, I intermarried with Elijah Swartwood, Rasselas S ! Brown. Clarrissa D. Brown, Myron Brown, and j Hannah Brown above named, testeinentary, Guar dian of Eva Ann BrowD, a minor: Heirs and legal j representatives of said Solomon Brown deceased Y'ou and each of you are hereby notified that in i pursuance of a certain writ of partition and valua | tion issued out of the Orphans' Court of Wyoming I County, bearing date the 27th day of November A* D 1865, and to me lireeted to make partition and vaJuaJ ion 10 tlie Showing described Real Estate, to wit ■ t* certain piece or parcel of land, situate in the township' of E xeter > Wyoming County and State of P y.'vania, and bounded as follows, — Beginning at a stO'.'c corner on the West bank of the Susquehanna rive."! adjoining lands of Thomas Hadly, thence bv the laiN"' B of said Hadly, South 84 degrees, West 280 pereheJ '° a heap of stones, thence South 20 degrees, We 33 perches to a stone corner, thence South 77 degree 3 ' Last d2U perches, to an eim tree, [now down] on the bank of the Sus i quebanna River, thence up the said 16 135 perches and two fifths of a perch tn the place beginning, containing one hundred and forty-four acres, and five perches more or less ALSO An undivided three quarters part in and to the follow ing described piece, parcel, or lot of land, sit uate in the township of Franklin, Luzerne County, and the township of Northmoreland, Wyoming Co, and °'ate ol Penn'a., bounded and described as fol lows. to W ' l: On the North by lai dof Ileister Keeler and Ziba On the East by lands of Ziba Math ews William M.vcrs an j Henry Anthony. On the South by lands tlle heirs of Isaac Harris, and on the West by lands .°f Levi Howell, Calvin Ualleck and Asa Kcelcr, cont- inin K onc hundred and eight' four acres more or less, i.'bout 40 acres thereof itn proved, with a large three .^ or y Grist Mil! 36 by 50 feet with three run of stone, an '' 'hree bolts, el evators Ac. one Saw Miil, one Lath Mill, four Dwelling Houses, one Wagon house, * wo Barns, two Cow II .uses, and apple orchard thereb. n - About 140 acres lie in Franklin township, Luzerne County, including the pool or dam. and about seven aci"" B °f improved land lieing South of the line, dividing Lu z :rne and Wyoming Counties, the balance lying and being in Wyoming County, in said Northmoreland town-hip, the biddings on fhtt portion of said tract lying in Wyoming County. ALSO The undivided one fourth part of the following described piece or parcel of land, situate in Exeter township, Luzerno County, and State of Pennsylva nia, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Be ginning at a corner, in the line netween Kingston and Exeter township, also in line of lands of Isaac C Shoemaker, thence ilong the line f Isaac C. Shoemaker, North 54 degrees, West 100 perches to a stone corner in line of lands of Daniel Vnnseoy, thence along lands of Daniel Yanscoy, South 3g degr as. East 211 perches to a corner in the line of land of the Pennsylvania Coal Company, and of Fuller and Rexfonl and of John Scovel, South 54 degrees, W st 100 perches to a corner in the line between Kingston and Exeter township, thence alonz saiil township line. North 36 degrees, West 271 perches to the place of beginning containing 169 a res ami 60 perch s, strict measure, being the same land conveyed by the heirs of the late John Goodwin dee'd, by deeds bearing date the 7th day of Dec 1563 to Abe' C- Thompson and I. B Shiffer The interest of said Solomon Brown dee'd being an equitable undivided one fourth part thereof An inquisition will be held by me upon the above mentioned and described Real Estate, on Tuesday, the 9th day of January n-xt, A D. 1866, to enquire ami ascertain whether partition of the Real Estate above described to and among the heirs and legal representatives of said Solomon Brown dee'd, can be made thereof ithout p j;. ,! -e to or spoiling the whole, and if such partition thereof cannot be made, then 11 value and appraise the said Real Estate, as in the said writ commended The inquest to make partition an*! valuation of # said Ileal Estate, will meet at the Dwelling House on the first described piece or parcel ot land, situate in Exeter township. Wyoming County, on Tuesday the 9:h day of January next, at 11 o'clock in the foren '>n. and continue in session until all the Real Estate above described has been examined and par tition or valuation made as commanded in said writ. At which time and place, you and each of you, are hereby notified and requested to attend if you ihink proper. AHIRA GAY. Sheriff. Sheriff* office. ) Tunk. No*. 27 '65 > To Tlie TRAVELING PUBLIC. OSMDAFTEH MAY 25. A HEW &L Y LINE OF STAGES, wiuxj ii.u]\r fhom MESHOPPEN TO TUNKHAIOCK DEPARTING, will leave the North Branch Hotel at "eshoppen at 10 o'clock A, and make a con nection at Tunkhannock, with stages for PITTSTON and WILKES BARRE, and with stage to connect with the Night Express Train on the D. L& W. R. R, Passengers by this line will arrive at New York, Philadel phia, Harrisburg and Baltimore the same Evening. RETURNING, will leave Tunkhannock'on the arrival of stages connecting with the Passenger Mail Train, in the evening, making a connection at Me shoppen with stages for Xo wanda nod other points Northward, Arrangements have been made for the carrying of all EXPRESS PACKAGES, which will be promptly | and carefully delivered. Horses and Carriages on hand at all times to for ward Passen ers to any point between Meshopp and Laceyville. P. S.- Having leased tho above lino of stagts and horses of D. Hankinson with the mail Line from Tunkhannock to Wyalusing in connection with M. A. Ellis, we are now prepared to forward pas sengers through st reduced rater. Being thankTul to customers for past favors they respectfully solicit a continuance of the same, Meshoppen July 19th 1563. W. H CORTRIGRT M, A ELLIS. Sewing Machines FlNi£ J- E & IV ON NEW PATENT ROTARY FEED Sewing Machines The following facts demonstrat? that these Ma c'lines comprise the IIIGHMT IIIPROVEHBKTS IN TEH SEWING MACHINE ART. viz— 1. Each MACHINE is guarantoed to give_ better satis faction than any othsr Sewinfi Machine in Market or money refunded. 2. They have taken many of the HIGHEST FREJUCM at the most important EXHIBITIONS and FAXES ever held in the Unitee States. 3. Thev make the LOCK STITCH alike on both sides — thus sa/ing more than half the thread and silk used in th • raveling ridge seams ofthe loop-stitch and single thread Sewing Machines. 4. They are a l pted to the widest range of heavy L- and light 3fwing. 5. They have no rattling wires, or delleate at i tachment to keep in repair. G.tThey require no taking apart to clean or oil and no " Lessons" to set, needle regular tention to operete Machine, Please call and examine and demonstrate as yourself, or send lorcißCL LAR with samples of sew 1Dg ' PINKLE &LYON M. S.CO. No. 638 BROADWAY. NIW YORI. rim*lj, ,j Attention, " | Ladies & Gentleman! 1 i " i The Subscriber begs leave to inform his Custom i ! ers and the Public in genera', that he has just re ■ turned from NEW YORK and PHILADELPHIA, ' I with the most I | COMPLEFE ASSORTMENT ever offered in this town. : FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, ®llli Enrols, Cloaks, /ana) Cooks of ali descriptions BOOTS efts SHOES CLOTHING FOR MEN'S AND EOYS' WEAR. He is also opening at present AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF ' Purs! ..(.TICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS" being . • n , o. he invites nil in want of "TIIE BEST GOODS TIIE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE," to give him a ca "' aru * warrants to K' ve satisfaction JOHN WEIL. Tunkhannock P ll ' ® C L sj q 3 !?" ESPECIAL NOTICE To the Ladies !! ! MRS. T. MILLER' & CO., HAVE JUST OPENED iVEXT DOOR BELOW POST OFFICE, on WARREN STR E'f. a now MirXjIKTE3Y SHOP. where can be found the lest assortment of Millinery g x.ds in Wyoming County. Having selected their goods themselves and exclusively for M ILLIERY PURPOSES and as the ; r stock consists of articles too numerous to mention, they would invite the ladies to c.RI ind examine for "themselves before buymg elsewhere; BONNETS MADE OVER AND RE PAIRED ON SHORT MOTICE. Dresses cut, fitted and made, all on the most rea sonable terms. Tunkhannock, Oct 11th, 18g5. New FALL AND WINTER Millinery. MRS. BARDWELL returns her sincere thanks to the Ladies of TUNKIIANNOCK and Vicinity, and would inform them that she nas removed to her new Store—first door east of Wright A Co's Banking Office, with greater facilities than heretofore enjoyed' Having just returned from the City with AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY, she can and will offer superior inducements to every customer. Arrangements have been completed for FASHIONABLE DRESS AND CLOAK-MAKING in all its varieties DRESS TRIMMINGS, ORNAMENTS, BUTTONS, BELTS, BUCKLES, PATTERNS, HOODS, NUBIAS, and a full assortment of FANCY GOODS kept con stantly on band Tunkhannock, Oct, 11 1865. A LA MODE, LATEST FROM NEW YORK MRS. A. G. STARK, TAKES PLEASURE IN again informing her friends, and the ladies gen erally that she has received, and is still receiving a new and well selected assortment of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, Consisting of HATS. BONNETS, RIBBONS FLOSSES, FEA THERS, LACES, HEAD DRESSES, and, in short all nn.cles usually iound in a MILLINERY STORE. She solicits a call from all requiring GOODS in her line, before purchasing elsewheie. Mrs Stark can be found at the house formerly occupied by Hen ry Stark, in the borough of Tunkhannock, ready and willing to sorve all who may favor her with a call. MANTUA-MAKING. Wo have aecOred the services of an experienced DRESS-MAKER., and at all times will be prepared to Fit and Make Dresses in the latest and most approved manner.— Soliciting your calls before purchasing elsewhere, we remain Yours, Resj>ectfully. MRS. A.G.STARK. Tunk. Oct. 11th 1865 CARRIAG ££& BUGGIES, The Subscriber, a practicat workman of long ex perience, is now finishing oft a large lot of new Car riages and Buggies, at his Carriage shop IN TUNKHANNOCK. Equal, if not superior, in Workmanship. Quality, of Material, and finish, to those turned out at any other shop in the country. Those wisning to buy should Coll anb (Crfltitinf Cbrm. PAINING, F'i4RArrSHrriV7r TRIMMING AND REPAIRING, Done on sho-t notice and in a workmanlike style. Charges moderate. J. CAMPBELL. 1 Tankkanaeek, A*g. M, §6. NEft JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT. M . A. ATSTODDARD, late of Pittston, a practical workman of extensor experience, offers his services to the cit ire ft Wj ! oming County as a CLOCK AND WATGH-MAKER, AND REPAIRER. The highest recommendations as to skill, iu his profe-sion, can be found at any time ; and his work will always show for itself. SHOP, OPPOSITE WALL'S HOTEL, IN TUNKHANNOCK, • where he will always be found and prepared to do the most difficult jobs in his line, and repair the j most valuable Watches and Jewelry in a manner equal, if not superior to any man in the country. N B.—Satisfaction given on all jobs, or money refunded. A. A, STODDARD Sep2o,t. 1865. vsu7tf, Harness ! Harness ! / The Subscriber informs the citizens of Wyoming County that ho has opened a HEW HARNESS SHOP, In Tunkhannock, at the stand formerly occupied by T. llart, where he is prepared to lurnish them with DOUBLE AND SINGLE HARNESS, COLLARS &c,- Ac., made of the very best material and in the best manner, at. LIVE AND LET LIVE PRICES. REPAIRING AND PIECE-WORK done on notice nd in the most substantial manner. JAMESSIIAUGHNESSEY. THE GREAT CAUSE. OF HUMAN MISERY. Just Published, in a Sealed Envelope, Price Six cents. A Lecture on tlie Nature, Toeatment, and Radical Cure of Seminal Weakness, or Supermator rhoej, induced by Self-Abuse ; Involuntary Em lOissions. Impotency, Nervous Debility, and Imped iments to Marriage generally ; Consumption, Epil epsy aid Fits ; Mental ana Physical Incapacity, Ac By KOBT J. CI LVERWELL, M. D., Author of the : Gre °o Book," Ac. The world-renowned author, in this admirable Lecture ci'ear'y proves from his own experience that the awful consequences of Self-Abuse may be effec tually removed vyitbout medicine, and without dan gerous surgical operations, bougies instruments rings or cordials, pointing out a mode of euro at once certain and effsctua.', by which every sufferer, no matter what his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately, and radically. This Lecture will jirove a bcon to thousands and thous ands. Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ad dress, on receipt of six cents, or two poststamps.— Address the publishers, t-ttx-vi ™ CiIAS. J. C. I;LINE A CO. 127 Bowery, New York, Post ® ox *,sbb v4-n22-ly. New Clothing Store AT NICHOLSON DEPOT! SgIKS Mm Clothing, HATS AND CAPS BOOTS JEN® H OES# A GREAT VARIETY. ALE NEW GOODS AND FOR SALE CHEAP, H. L. HARDING. NICHOLSON. Pa, 1865 • GQZ3S HAS FALLEN. AND SO HAS THE PRICES, AT O. S. Mills' STOVE AND TIN-SHOP TUNKHANNOCK, where every thing in the lino of his trade can be had at the LOWEST LIVING PROFITS. nOI'SE-KEEPERS will find at his Shop, the lat est and most improved Patterns of COOK.I3NTG-, AND BJERLGS STOYES, with all the FURNITURE and FIXTURES complete. Roofing & Guttering in all its branches, attended to on short notice and on REASONABLE TERMS; •!* # . • REPAIRING, PROMPTLY, NEATLY, AND CHEAPLY DONE O.S. MILLS runkhannoik Apr. 12th, 1863 ~vi-al3. 1 SEW PUCE TO BUT FASHIONABLE • * ' AND . | Well Made Clothing, | now opening at F, M. DECK'S Storo, under the , pcrvision of A, G-. Stark, Business Coats, Over Coats, Pants, Vests Dress Suits, &c., &c., direct from a leading JIEW YORK ('LOTH' IKG HOUSE, and will be sold for a small per eentage over CITY WHOLESALE PRICES This assortment of READY MADE CLOTHING will enable our citizens to select a suit of elothea at home, and we are determined that there shall no longer be any necessity for sending orders out of town for GENTS CLOTHING. Call anti examine the assortment now opening. *„l3. A. 0. STARK, Ag*L Removed The Subscriber having purchased of Mr. C. M Koon, the rooms recently occupied by him as AND PROVISION STORE has removed there his stock of (roods, from "Starks Brick Block ' and with various other additions, is prepared to supply the public with anything in his line, at a SMALLER ADVANCE UPON COST THAN ANY OTHER MAN DARE TO SELL. His old customers need not oe toia they will ba dealt by fairly, and honorably, while as many new, as shall see fit to favor him with their patronage, shall have no reason to regiet having aided in su taining an institution where goods can always be bought for their true value, and , NONE: BUT GOOD ARTICLES kept. His stock consists in part of a general ass jrtaieni of GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS- Nats Fruits and Candies, Tobacco and Snuff, LAMPS. LAMP CHLMNIE3, AND FRt'lfr CANS, BOOTS SHOES, STONE AND TIN WAKE, HATS CAPS, KEKOSENE OIL, AND PURE CIDDR VINEGAR# FARMING UTENSILS. PATENT PAILS. WOOD EN PAILS, POWDER AND SHOT, and an endless variety of YAB2E3 BSBTIOISF Ac. Ac- all of which will be seld for cash, or changed for anything that farmers have to sell, GEO LEIGIITON. Tunkhannock, July 20, 1305. N B —CASH PAID FOR BITTER. LARD, FGGS FURS, SKINS, PELTS, Ac. v4n4B 0 L. FURS. FURS FURS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. CHARLES OAKFORI) & SONS, CONTINENTAL HOTEL, PnILADELPHIA Have now openeJ their large and splendid itock of LADIES FIR CAPES, COLLARS, MUFFS. CUFFS. GLOVES, AND nOODS. Also the finest assortment of FANCY FUR ROBES, CAPS. MUFFLERS, and GLOVES, evor before offered by them, ail ot which are warranted 0 be as represented. SHIPPING FURS BOUGHT. v5-nl2-4m. A Great Excitement is constantly kept up at MEHOOFANY.PAI on account of the LOW PRICES AT WM JENNINGS' STORE opposite Bendire Hotel, where Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Hats & Caps, Boots and Shoes, and everything usually kcjt i t country Stores are sold at a LESS ADVANCE ON FIRST COST THAN AT ANY OTHER PLACE IN THE COUNTY. Connected with his store is a TAILOR-SHOP; ; with an extensive stock of Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting Tri, Sfc., Sfc., , , ; ' Garments cut and made in the latest styles at prices that defy competition, PRICE FOR CUT TING FULL SUIT—BO ts. Perfect fits warranted, in a)l cases, if properly made up. Call and be convinced, WM. JENNINGS, Mahocpany, Dec. 7th 1365. 1 Ifell-Sa.