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A GREAT REMEDY
FOR HllllTSllTiltllfLl will be found at WHEELOCK'S STORE on Bridge St. near the canal, im the shape of DRY GOODS, FRENCH &ERINOTSS, SILKS, ALLAPACCAS, WOOL &t MUSLIN DKLAINS, POPPLINS, REPPS, CALICOES, A fine stock of HARDITARK, 800 IS & SHOES, Horse shoes, leather, NAI.S . GROCERIES, A.nd trill Ke so 'a as low as /he lotr e4l. Tiink.Lt-'t ck. .1. —tf 6 © © 3 "IMWB HOUSE KEEPERS: Fi an k M* li u e k Ma* just OfcOod, a ' it •■t (ll'l?-.. 11'.- <t by C r, Ai-> -in, V.UU --ot uvii. Baldwin's JidtAi , id Tuoith iUiiiH-K, NEW GROCERY Provision Store, frberd lie i* pro t in the line •t Fnviiy Q*rt!rieti *t far bolow tho** bete to<*r uki fur th. ui Biastock 'l 'p:r • * .h-iaed by MR. A. G. STARK * p*r*un. wb- •> ir.t . r ■ trace* with then rM. -* ■ i • .•• hi' 3at pric3!> lllfl TEAS HE LOWEST. Mr. Stark's service* as si<?nu-r.. l'o, have been . #e*reJ 0 lath* article ot Teas, both as to prices am! -qaaMly, I fhfy ComprHHfrit 4 <G!*GIR. PEPPER. SPICE CJNAMON CLOVES. N T.MKG MUSTARD, ORE A Me l ARTAR, RAISINS, FIGS. POWDER, SHOT AND LEAD. m mi BITS of iti am, —ALSO - FLAVORING EXTRACTS FOR PUDDINGS, 1 IMS, CUSTARD AND ICE CREAM. IPICE Si m 1 SARDINES, ia btitr • s i--ie, fairing and ; ai • 100 Oream •X-Ae;*-t:Y rv- : ■ - (•■•a- <* ■■■•■• AC \: UM-~ F< >i; .1 J'N ftMiir.ui)<i.!.ini r. 4 lit var-ai >A L + LAMP 'JJUVF.VM GLOi.Es \V| W Iv'KS. ALSO Kerosene Oil. N. B.—WOOL. !PDE< FURS, AND gHEEP PEL'I - j" t ■% 'I f<r cash or trade, f..r *.••• • •>. cash prices will b paid. Stall itutf girtrajiif. I LV v T e F BUCK. I Taakh.inaeek, J at*2 Ha4fitf 'PIiE BEST OF TIIE MONTHLIES— TUE LADY' 3 FRlEND—devoted to FASH ION and LITERATURE. Beautilul Steel Eng.a £??Ato P . LENDID DOCBLB-SiZE COLORED rnLic The Luteal P.iMerna of Dies*- m, Cloak* Bonou. Embroidtry, Ac. Household MeoeipU, Muaic, Ac WHEELER A WILSON'S •awiea Mac iinaa given aa Premiums. Scud 15 yjivy*."S7.>.DgACQy A PETERSON. ARE ? BUY A SUIT OF CLOTHING OF STARK, DO YOU ATTEND CHURCH? I j BUY A DRESS SUIT OF STARK, j DO YOU CONTEMPLATE MATRIMONY 7 GET YOUR WEDDING SUIOF STARK. DO YOU WISH TO 'KEEP UP APPEARANCES ?' | STARK'S CLOTHING GUARANTEES YOU A RESPECTABLE POSITION. ARE YOU A "COURTING MAN?" BEFORE '-POPPING THE QUESTION" (TO MAE SUAE) G.3C A NEW SUl'l AT STARK'S. DO YOU INTEND SLEIGURIDING THIS WIN TER ? , AN OVERCOAT, FIRST, AT STARK'S., It mutters not who you are, what jour calling er 1 profession, STARK'S new York Clothing , should be your ens una niui. Call nnT see the new styles uaw opening at F M. Bu k's store, where A. G Stark v. ill be pleased to wait upon jou. A G.STARK'S. ClohingAg'l. f. .' ...et. Ttitikhant.ock NEW , AILORING SHOP r Subscriber having hi 1 a sixteen years prnc ••Nperieii'-o in cutting .and making clothing, ters his services in tl is line to the citizcnsof U..;rviLLK and vicinity. ih'W wishing to get Fits will fir.d his shop the ' *i e to get theui. JOEL, R. SMITH. t l-r.50-6inos, MB A T I Mar ~<sl§ ket! The Subscriber : nnounces to the citizcnsof Tunk ba..ncik and vicinity, that he is now o[>cniig a MEW MEAT MARKET OPPOSITE WALL'S HOTEL ON BBIDGE ST. where l>y theetiictest attention to tbe wants of this community ; he hopes to receive their patron 'go,— 11. has now on hand a fine slock of fat cattle ; and will hereafter const mtly keep for sule Beef, Mutton, Pork, Sausage, and Poultry of a'l kinds, at priee3 as LOW AS CA iv BE AFFORDED. IW Meat delivered at the residences of cus toinurs in town, each da y, i! desired 11. W. RHOADS. Tunk. Nov. 29, 1865. vsil7tf. T( NKHANNOCK WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I I (lie MARKETS. CirdIECTED WEEKLY UY T. L, riOSS & CO., CoRNCH TIuGAAND V\AIIREN BTUEETS, TV SK UA S Nld.'K PA. Wheat (per bashe ) S-',25 <& f2,30 Rye •' 90 Corn (clil) l 2 ,30 " (in the ear) <2 ,g", Oats '.30 lbs,) .35 '2 ,"*8 Buckwheat (2 .80 i Beans <& 1.50 Potatoes (2 ('.j Butter (per lb) <3 ,35 Egg* (per do*,) & ,30 Lvrd (.er lb) ® ,13 Tall-.w " & .13 Dried apples (ft .15 Hags (cotton) ........ (j_t .11 Hay (per ton) 800 <fi 10 40 The following articles are .'old by the above •atucJ firm, in qumtity, at the prices indie ?e I. Flour\wheat) (per 1 .) (ft sl2. 1 " (rye) '• (ft T.t'U " (bu- kwheat) per cwt. <li 400 Meat (corn) '• ffl 225 Chop S2,CO (2 2,25 Salt (per bb!,) _ @ 3.40 Coal (per ton, no. 3)- 6,23 @ 6.50 | Removal, We have removed our place of business to the rooms formerly oe- upted by J. B Mur levant, in Stark's B uk Block, ovic the Wyoming Naionil Bank, third Floor, where we have iucreascd facili ties for taking PXIOTOORAFH 3, fAITrS DE VISITS, V! , 'IMS. AM HKOTYI'KS. •\OTYPES. FERROTYJ'ES, i ♦ <( ii TYPES, &c, "o spired no expense in o btaii.ing tho 38-est -Instruments v "v ' et, an 1 challenge any one to produce letter s than we can. k'o -.s of colored work done at the shorten: no •n iin the bes. style of the art. AI-"o ;ill kinds ing done from oi l pictures, from card to life I- Call and exittuii c. Bat .'taction guaranteed HERMANS A CULLING WORTH. Tunkhanaock, Nov. 22 1565 : 1 | ! Our liCttrr A Family Sewing Ma ; ehlnr. with all the new improvements, is tho best. and cheapest and most beautiful Sewing Machine.in ] the world. No >fher Sewing Machine has much I eapac : ty for a :-reat range of work, including the ; delicate and ingenious processes of Hemming , I Braiding, Binding Embroidering, Felling, Tucsiing ' Cording. Gathering, Ac.. Ac, The Branch Offices are well supplied with Silk' Twist. Thread, Needle?, Oil, Ac,, of the very best j 1 quality, j Send for a Pamphlet, (THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY. 458 Broadway, New York, Philadelphia Office, 810 C MEfTNUT STREET | IIARVEY SICKLER. Agent, I v4n4B NOTICE. The Co-partnership, heretofore existing between C. Burr A Sen, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The books and accounts of the late firm are left in the hands of C. Burr for settlement and collec tion. who will still costinue to carry on the Tanning business ot the old stand The Harness Business ' will be carried on by Wm H. Burr, who, confident of his abili|y to satisfy the wants of the public, so licits their patronage. • C BURR, Wm. H. BURR Meshoppen, April 29th, 1865. GItEAT SALE. OF WATCHES & JEWELRY, 81,000,000, WORTH J To be disp of at ONE D<>I.I.AH each, with' i out ngu'd to tattle, not to be paid for until you kaow what you are to leceive. 13Y A. H. UONVEN & CO., (Agent? for the Manufacturers,) No 36 Beckman Street, New-York, rr Read th - * following list of Articles to be sold IT ) Y 1 Ol I.A It 10tl Gold llunting-Oaee Watches-•• -each 3125 00 100 " Watches, various styles*"* " 7500 200 " Ladies' Gol i Watches " 50 < 0 500 Silver Watches. each $25 00 to 40(0 1,000 Elegant Silver Plated Caster Stands 20 00 to 50 00 1,000 " " Fruit A Cake j Baskets 15(0 to 25 00 2,500 setts of '' " Tea Spoons-• • 800 to 15 t'O 2.500 setts of " '* Forks 800 to 15 00 j 2.000 Goblets. engraved- 400 to 800 • 3.000 pairs of Table Spoons 500 to 800 3,000 pairs ol Salt " 3 00 to 500 4 500 magnificent Napkin R'ngs 400 to 950 ' 8,000 pair* of I'endant Ear Diops (assorted colors) 500 to 800 ' 3,300 sets of La-iies Jewelry, imita tion Ivory 500 to 10 00 j 2,500 Gold Lockets, engraved hacks, watch face perfect imitation Ladies Watch 10 00 j 10,000 Ladies' Back Combs, rich A uni que patterns 5 00 to 25 00 j 6,000 Latest style vest <V neck chains *. ' 5 00 to 20 00 1 5,500 Gent's Caliiornia diamond pins . " 500 to 20 '.O 4.000 California diamond ear drops " 5 00 tn 10 Oft I 3.000 Miniature Revolving Pins** " 5 00 to 10 (0 1 2,C00 California Diamond and enamelled Gent's scarf pins new stvles •' 5 00 to 10 00 2 000 Masnnicand Emblem pins*. " 3 ftft 'o 10 00 , 1 500 Geld Rand Rmeelets engraved '• .3 00 tn 20 00 3 000 Jet and Mosaic Brooches* ••• " 300 tn 10 00 1 2 000 Cameo Rronehas " 5 Oft to 20 lift i 3 f oft Gnral Fir Props " 4 00 tn 600 | 2 000 Ladies' Wnteli Chains. " 800 tn 15 00 i fi 000 Gent's Pins.a splendid asort't" 200 to Ift Oft 4 000 S.>litni<e -lecve Bnttnns-*** 11 300 to 10 00 1 y 000 Studs and Sleeve Buttons, in sets. " 300to10 00 5 000 Sleeve Buttons, plain. & en er n-ed •' 2on to 800 10 Oftft plain and engrave 1 Rings** 2 6ft to 10 Oft j R Oftft Trckets, ricplr engraved. .. . " 200to10 00 , 15.000 sets L'dies' Jewelry, new and latest stvles ' 6 ftft to 12 00 j s.ftft Handsome Sea) Rings " 300 to 8 Oft | 2 ftftft s pl® RnSo'ti Studs •' 2 sft to 600 i I ftCft Geld Pens an 1 Go'*' ho'ders " 15 00 to 25 00 ! 2 000 S *ts Jet and* Gold Pirg and Ear Drops, latest styles, very ri-'i " 600to10 00 2 "ftft Got.l Thimbles Pencils. Ac.. " 4 ftft to TOO Ift 00(1 Pers. and silver -aseq.. ' 5 ftft *o 300 | IftOOO " " Ebonv ho''era*. 1 400ts 500 The method of disp-s<ng of these goods at ONE j DOLLAR each is a fn"nws : Certificates naming each article and its value.are ! placed in eealeft envelopes and wellmixed. One of j these envelopes will be ®ent by mail to .any address i on receipt of 25 cents On the re mint of the Certitlea'c you will see what t yon ace going to have then it is at your option to j send the dollar and take the article or not. Pur | chasers may thus obtain a Gold Watch, Dintnord Ring'or anv set n' Jewelry on our list tor ONE I DOLLAR, and in no case can thev get less than , One D -liar's worth, as there are no banks The price of c -rtlfieatpa i as follows : - On" for 25 cents; five for SI ; elcren for 82 ; thirtv for $5 ; sixty five for 810 : on" httn lr.* 1 for 815. The distribution i® eon hi-t-1 ftirly. and all have an rqonl chance of oa'aining the valu-iblo Prize by I purchasing the Certificates* Wo guarantee entire I satisfaction in all oas".s. A g"nt-* wantc 1 'o whom we oof-*r special •n ' premiums. Pen )25 cents for one C'ertScate it ml our circular with term®* A. 11. ROWEN Sc CO., 36 P. -c' -na Street, N. Y Box 1270, I vsrl6 6mo To Ttie TRAVELING PUBLIC. 1 0103 MTil MAY 20.A SEW MILY i LINE OF STAGES, WIIjL. TITJIA7 PHOM ICESHOFFCH TOTUSSHANNOT ; IJEP.\ KTING, will leave the Xurih Branch lintel at Meshoppen at 10 o'clock A, M., and make a eon , ncction at Tunkliamiock, with stages lor PITTSToN and WILKES ! BAIIKE, and with to connect | with the Night Express Tiain on the 1). L& W. R. K, Passengers by thii line will arrive at New York, Philadel phia, Harrisburg and Baltimore the same fc. veiling. RETURNING, will leave Tunkhannock'on the ; arrival of stages cornecting with the Passenger Mail Train, in the evening, making a connection a t Me shoppen with stages tor TowancU and other points Northward, Arrang-ments have been made for the carrying of nil EXPRESS PACKAGES, which will bo promptly • and carefully dell vend. Horses and Carriages on band at all times to for ward ftjssen ers to any jojint betwet n Meshopp nnd ' Laceyville. I'. S.- Having leased the above lino of stsgis i anil horses of D. Ilonkinson with tho mail Line ' from I unkbannock to Wy.ilusing in connection with i M. A. Ellis, we are now jirepared to forward pas* | sengers through at reduced rates. Being thankful to i customers for past fav* rs they respectfully solicit • aconti tuance of the same, Meshoppen July 19th 1865 W. II CORTRIGhT M, A. ELLIS. ERRORS OF VOL'TH. A gentleman who suffered for years from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, and all the effects of youthful indiscretion, will fot the sake of suffering humanity, send free to ail who need it, the recipe nnd directions for making the simple remedy by which he was cured Sufferers wishing to profit by the advertiser's exjierience, can do so by addressing JOHN B OGDEN, No. 13 Chambers St., New York vsn2l-lyear.—S M. P. A Co. STRANGE, BUT TRUE i Every young lady and gentleman in the United States can hear something very uiuch to their advan tage l>y return mail (free of charge), by addressing 1 the undersigned. Those having feats of being hum bugged will oblige by not noticing this card. All others will ] lease address their obedient servant, THOS. F. CHAPMAN, 831 Broadway, New York, vsn2l-lyear—S. M. P. A Co. 1866 T,IELADY ' B frie^d- Tlte bast of th" M*n blies— devoted to LITERA TURE and FASHION 82 50 a year Wj give VVHEELER WILSON'S Celebrated $55 Sewing Machines on the f dlowinf forms : Twenty oopies and the Sewing Machine, S7O Thirty copies an 1 the Sewing Machine, s^s Fortv copies and tho Sewing Machine, SIOO Send 15 oents for a sample oopy DEACON A PB BR3ON. 319 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. Attention, Ladies & Gentleman! The Subscriber begs leave to inform his Custom ers and the Public in general, that he bas jus*, re turned from NEW YORK and PHILADELPHIA, with the most COMPLEEE ASSORTMENT ever offered in this town FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, 'i Mill mmsj Sbaims, (Dunks, /unci) <600*5 of ali descriptions BOOTS efts SHOES CLOTHING FOR WEN'S AND EOYS' WEAR. He is also opening at present AN ELEGANT ] ASSORTMENT OF Furs! "QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS" being his motto, he invites all in want of "THE BEST GOODS FOR THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE," to give him a call and warrants to give satisfaction JOHN WEIL. Tunkhannock Pa. Oct. 18,1865. 3 *; O' *3 cO W ESPECIAL NOTICE To the Ladies !! ! MItS. T. A. MH.LBR A CO., HAVt JUST OPINED NEXT DOOR BELOW POST OFFICE, on WAIIREN STlt ET. a uew MIIjIjINEItY SHOP. where can be found the best assortment of Millinery g aids in Wyoming County. Having selected their goods ihemselvcs and exelus'vely fur MILLiERV PITPOSES and 8 tbe : r stock consists of articles too numerous to mention, they would invite the ladies to call and examine for themselves before buying elsewhere; BONNETS MADE OVER AND RE PAIRED ON SHORT MOTICE. Dresses cut, fitted and made, all on the most rea- j son able terms Tunkhannock. Oct 11th, 18g5. New FALL AND WINTER Millinery. MRS. BAR DWELL returns her sincere thanks to the Ladies of T U N KHANNOCK and Vicinity, and would inform them that she nas remove I to her new Store—firat -I >r east of Wright ,fe Co's Banking Office, with greater fiu-ilit es than heretofore ctijovel' Having just returned from the City with AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT r.F FALL AM) WINTER MILLINERY, she can nnd will offer superior inducements to every custoiucr. Airangemcnt? have been completed for FASHIONABLE ORESS AND CLOAK-MAKING in all its vaiieties DRESS TRIMMINGS. ORNAMENTS, BUTTONS, BELTS, BUCKLES, PATTERNS. UOUDS, NUBIAS, nnd n full assortment of FANCY GOODS kept con stantly o? band. Tunkhannock, Oct, 11 13J5. A LA MODE, I (AT EST FROM NEW YORK MRS. A. G. STARK, TAKES PLEASURE IN aga n informing her frieuds, and the la Jies gen erally that she has received, and is still receiving a new and w-ll selected assortment ol FALL AND WINTER GOO DS, Consisting of HATS. BONNETS. RIBBONS FLOSSES, FEA I'HEHS, LACLS, HEAD DRESSES, and, iu short all an.cl.s usually found in a MILLINERY STOBE. She solicits a call from all requiring GOODS in her line, before purchasing elsewhere. Mrs Stark can be found at the bouse formerly occupied by Hen ry Stark in the borough of Tunkhannock, ready and willing to serve ull who may favor her with a call. MANTUA-MAKING. Wo have secured the services of an experienced DPLBSSIVIiYKIEII, and at all times will be prepared to Fit and Make Dresses in the lutest and most approved manner.— Soliciting your calls before purchasing elscwhero, we remain Yours, Respectfully. MRS. A G. STARK. Tunk . Oct. 11th 1565 CABfIiAG E££EUSG!ES. The Subscriber, n practical workman of long ex- i periet.se, i< n w finishing off a large lot of new Car I riages and Buggies, at his Carriage shop IN TUNKHANNOCK. Equal, if not superior, in Workmanship. Qu-ilitv, of Material, and finish, to those turned out at any other shop in the country. Those wismng to buy i should Call an* Cratninc Cljtm. PAININ7. VARNISHIN 3: TRIMMING AND RE FAIRING, Done on short notice and in a workmanlike style- Charges moderate. J. CAMPBELL. Twakha#nKi At g. 24, '*3. ah ail N EIV JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT. MR. A, A. STODDARD, late of Pittston, a practical workman of extensive experience, offers biserviccs to the citisens of Wy oming County as a CICCK ANO WATCH-MAKER. ANDREPAIRER. The highest recommendations ns to skill, i<t his prote-sion, can b : found at as* timo ; aud his work will always show for itself. SHOP. OPPOSITE WALL'S HOTEL, IN TUNKHANNOCK, where he will always be found nnd prepared to do the most difficult jobs in bis line, and repair the most valuable Wat' hes and Jewelry in a manner equal, if not superior to any uinn in the country. N ll.—Satisfaction given on all jobs, or money refunded. A A. STODDARD Sep'2o,t. 1865." vsu7tf, Harness! Harness!/ The Subscriber informs the citizens of Wyoming County that he has opened a HEW HARNESS SHOP, In Tunkhannock, at the stand fotmerly occupied by T. Hart, where he is prepared to lumisb thetn with DOUBLE AND SINGLE HARNESS, C'OI.I,AIIS &C,. <fcc , made of the very best material and in the beat manner, at. LIVE AND LET LIVE PRICES. IST REPAIRING AND PIECE-WORK done on notice and in the most substantial manner. JAMES SHACGHNE3SEY. THE GREAT CAUSE. OF HUMAN MISERY. Just Published, in a Sraled Envelope, Price Six cents. A Eeclure on the Nature, Toeafment, and Radical Cure of .Seminal Weakness, or Supermator rhoe i, induced by Sell-Abuse; Involuntary Em roissions. Jmpoteney, Nervous Debility, and'lt iped iments to Marriage generally ; Consumption, Epil epsy, and Fi'? • Mental ano Physical Incapacity, Ac By ROOT J. CULVERWELL, M. D., Author of the 'Green Book," Ac. The world-renowned author, in this admirable Lecture, clearlv proves from his own experience that the awful eon-equences of Self-Abuse may be effec tually removed without medicine, and without dan gerous surgical operations, bougins instruments ring® or cordials, pointing out a mode of cura at once certain and effectual, by which every sufferer, no matter what his condition may be, may cure himselfcheaply, privately, and radically. This Lecture will prove a boon to thousands and thous ands. Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ad dress, on receipt of six cents, or two poststainps.— Address the publishers. CUAS. J. C. KLINE A CO. 1 27 Bowery, New York, Post Office box 4,586 v4-022-ly. New Clothing Store | ' ' jjjj^ XiriIOLSoTDKPOT! | fioi&ss &&& aswa Clotlaing, HATS AND CAPS BI3G-XS &BBIEB6ES, A GREAT VARIETY. ALL HEW GOODS AND FOR SALE CHEAP, * H. L. HARDING. NICHOLSON. Pa, 1=65 . GOLD HAS TALLENF. ANO SO HAS THE PRICES, " AT O. S. TXiZills' STOVE AND TIN-SHOP TUNKHANNOCK, where every thiug in (he line of his trade can be LOWEST LIVING PROFITS. HOUSE-KEEPERS will find at his Shop, the lat est and most improved Patterns of CO OKLIKT&, AND ES2LCE STOVES, with all the FURNITURE and FIXTURES complete. Roofing & Guttering in all its branches, attended to on short notice and oa' REASONABLE TERMS. BEFAIRXKFO, PROMPTLY, NEATLY, AND CHEAPLY DONI O. 8. lIILLB ! rvkkuaek, Apr. IMb. latA-vf-nlf. A NEW PLACE TO Bf FASHIONABLE AND T r Well Made Clothing, - row opening at F, M. BUCK'S Store. nnde* thisn lj. \ Lion of Gro SlitCtir Business Coats, Over Coats, Pants, Vests Dress Suits, SfcC., dire-t from a leading SE'* YORIt CLOTH ING HOUSE, and will he sold for a small par centage over CITY WHOLESALE PRICKS This assortment of READY MADE CLOTHING will enable our citizens to select a suit of clothe* at home, and we are determined that there shall a* longer be any necessity for sending orders oat ef town for GENTS GEOTHSKPG. Call and examine the assortment new opening. A. G. STARK, Agt. 4n13, Removed The Subscriber having purchased of Mr. C. M Koon, the rooms recently occupied by hia si €©€!¥ AND PROVISION STORE •t * has removed there hia stock of Goods, from ' : Btarkt Bri k Block" and with various other additions, is prepared to supply the public with anythlaglp his line, at a SMALLER ADVANCE UPON COST THAN ANY OTHER MAN DARE TO SELL. His old customers need not oe toil they will hs dealt by fairly, and honorably, while as many new, as shall see fit to favor him wi'b their pahroGsge, shall have no reason to regiet having aided in sua* taining an institution wl ere goods can alfrmys be bought for their true value, and NONE BUT GOOD ARTICLED KEPT, His stock consists in part of a general assortment of GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS- Nuts Fruits and Candies,** Tobacco and Snuff, LAMPS. LAMP CHIMNIE3, AND FRU.T CANS, . r BOOTS SHOES, STONE AND TIN WARE, HATS. CAPS, KEROSEN* OIL, AND PURE CIDPR VINEGAR, FARMING UTENSILS. PATENT PAILS, WOOD EN PAILS, POWDER AND SHOT, and an endless variety of a.- MASSES UITIORti Ac. Ac . all of which will be seld for cash, or ex changed for anything that farmers have to sell, GEO LEIGHTON. Tnnkhannook, July 20, 1565. '* N B —CASH PAID FOR BUTTER. LARD. IGGS FURS, SKINS, PELTS, Ac. * v4u4B <}. L. FURS. FURS. FURS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. CHARLES OAKFOKD At SONS, CONTINENTAL HOTEL, PHILADELPHIA Have now opened their large and splendid steak ef LADIES FUR CAPES, COLLARS, x MUFFS. CUFFS. GLOVES, AND HOODS. Also the finest assortment of FANCY- FUR ROBES, CAPS. MUFFLERS, and GLOVEjS, ever before uffered by theui, all of which are warranted o be as represented. SHIPPING FURS BOUGHT. - v 5 n!2-4m. A Great Excitement is constantly kept up at MBHOOFAXT.FAt on account of the LOW PRICES AT WM JENNINGS' STORE oppositn Bender's Hotel, whero Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, ! Hats & Caps, Boot sand Shoes, and everything usually kejt i t country Stores ar* I sold at a LESS ADVANCE ON FIRST COST THAN AT ANY OTHER PLACE IN THE COUNTY. Connected with his store is a IT AI LOR-SHOP, 7 ! with an extensive stock of Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting s, Trimings, Sic., #c., Garments ent and made in the latest styles at f-ipes that defy competition, PRICE FOR CUT ING FULL SUir-BUts. Perfect fits warranted in *\) eases, if properly made up. Call and be convinced. WM." JKN9IMM. - Meheepnny, Dee. 7th 1861 imlMm. /, i ..