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Local and Personal.
I' ' •carce as ' 'skinned
MU" is thU region. We can only turn up about
OM a wft*. We hope to find both more abundant
hereafter.
Shewed, have been ao frequent during the past
week in thia part of the "vineyard" that the gath
ering'of hay, and grain crops has been seriously in
terfered with-
Everything needed in the live of Family Gro
eerfci at fair prioes, can always be found at the (fro* i
M iy store of Bftck A Fittb, on Bridge street.
piles of Goods; of every description are being
constantly received and sold at Buncel & Banatyne's
new store, at Stark's Brick Block,
Lime and Cement with a general assortment of
goods, at the lowest cash figures, can be had at Sit
ser A Co's. store, on Bridge street.
Cel. K. W, Smith we learn has been appoint
ed Poet master at Towanda. Of course the "kicked
ont" radical is now a "skinned eel" of the most
lively kind. Let the skinning process go on. It
will be nothing to there slimy hided fellows—after
they get used to it.
A Serenade was given on Saturday evening last
by the band, to Ges. S Tutton Esq. their leader, on
his return from a two week's trip to the West.—
Though owing to the absence of his mellow horn, the
music was but indifferently played, the ..ttempt, was
fully appreciated by their very critical listener. In
a later part of the evening, P. M. Osterhuut Esq.—
a very liberal contributor to the band funds, was
given a few "toots "
Special Notices.
REGISTERS NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given to all persons interested,
that the following Accounts and Claims have been 1
filed in Up Register's Office at Tunkbannock and
will be presented to the Orphan's Court, to be held
at Tunkhannock in and for the County of Wyoming '
on Monday the 20th day of August next for confirma
tion and allowance.
The Final account of J. V Whitney, administra- 1
tor of E. J- Rice dee'd., who was administrator of)
William Rice dee'd., 1 te of Clinton Tjwnship filed ■
April 17, 18g6.
The final account of J. V Whitney, administrator
of the estate of E. J Rice, late of Clinton Township
dee'd., Filed April 17, l?g6-
The Final account of John Linskill, Executor of
the last Will and Testament of Asa Pike, late of j
North more land Township dee'd., Filed July 20.1866.
The Final account of John Linskill, Executor of
the last Will and Testament of Riley Pike lute of i
Noithmorelaud Township dee'd., Fikd July 20th )
-1 866
Appraisement of Property set off to Amy Sawyer
Widow f John Sawyer, late of Washington Town
ship dec'd . Filed February T, lSgg.
Appraisement of Property belonging to the estatt
of Joseph S. Vaow late of Forkstou Tnwndiip dec'd
setoff to Emma Vaow. widow of seid dec'd., Filer
May 14. 18g6
Appraisement of Properts belonging to the estate
of John Tripp, late of Tnnktmnnock Township de i'd
act off to Lydia A- Tripp, widow of said dec'd Filed
June 12, 18($
Register's Office 0 L. PARRISII, Register
Tunkhannock, July 23, lS^.
WHISKERS! WHISKERS!!
Rr. L. 0 MOJSTEZ' Currolia, the greatest stimula
tor in the world, will force Whiskers or Mustaches
to grow on the smoothest face or chin ; nevei known
'to fail; sample for rnel sent free to any ore desir
ous of testing its merits. Address, REEVES A Co.
73 Nassau St., N. Y
. JEstray.
Strayed from the enclosure of the subscriber on
the Ist linst. a reddish brown cow about 9 years old
—4eavy bodied with rather short legs. Any per
soa delivering the same to me or furnishing Infor
mation as to her whereabouts.*ill beauitably reward
•d.
GEO. D. WILLIAMS.
Tnnkhannock, Pa.. July Kith. ISiig
i*sn47tf
NOTICE.
"Whereas a certain Jndgment note, dated Feb 16
tm. for one thousand dollars with interest Ac.
against Theron Detrick was taken from my posscs
eioe on or about the sth day of July, 1866. by some
person or persons. ' All persons are hereby forbidden
from purchasing said Dote and said Theron Detrick
is hsitfey forbidden to pay said note to any persons
except myself, my executors, administrators or as
•ignsr.
GEORGE DETRICK.
Fells, Wyo Co , Pa-, July 7, 1366.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE
Letters Testamentary on the estate of .Satnuel Van
Duser, late of Tunkhannock Tp. Dec'd., having been
granted to the undersigned : all persons having
claims against said estate, are requested to present
the same duly mthentieated, for payment, and all
persons indebted to said estate, will please make
payment without dealy to him
JOSEPH GRAHAM, Ex,r.
Tunkhannock, Pa. Juue 11, 1366.
▼5n44-6w *
Tn MASON A HAMM|°CABINET GROANS forty
different ftyles, adaptec Wmicrcd and seulars, music
for 80 dollars to 600 each. Fifto-one gold or silver
1 medals or other first premiums, awarded them
lustrated Catalogues free Address, MASON A
HAMLIN Boston, or M ASON Brothers, New York.
vsnsly.
HATS & CAPS!
MMM A
GROCERIES.
For Sale at
F. L SITSEH, & CHI
On Bridge street
nearly opposite
Wheelock's old stand
WANTED. §>27.GO per day.
AGENTS wanted, ladies and gentlemen, in every
■County in the United Mates, to sell the Ink Powders
of the American Ink Company, The powder sells
for forty cents j>er package,and will make ink enough
to fill fifty bottles ot the size usually retailed at ten
cenU per bottle A smart agent can sell a gross of
it a day, and clear $27 60 The ink can be made
from the powder in three minutes in common boiling
water. It is a perfe t black ink, the best in the
world. It flows easily, does not corrode the pen a
particle, never gums up, is not injured by freezing,
hnd its color will last for ever. Every family in
America will buy it, as a package will last a family
for years, and ink can be made in small quantities
as wanted. With each gross we send a thousand
circulars, with testimonials from clergymen lawvers
teaehers merchants, commercial colleges, editors,
**i * p d ' p e agent's name on the bills, Only one
person will be made agent for a county The first
one sending SiO for a gross of the powder will receive
it by return express, together with one thousand cir
rig^llo 8e " ia the count J be or she
designates. If others send for the same county, the
nioniy will be returned to of expense. To
■ake sure, one had better designate several counties
l'i j* wl 'ich he or she will take. Send for trade
nr c ' rcu '* rs if you dare run the risk of waiting,
money for a gross. Letters addressed to
.„,. T ° r ' Postmaster, cashiers of the banks, or the
city,will show that the business
dar will be semi * luar f l ? conducted. An Ink Pow
2hi£. "idress, free ol
i csl receipt of forty cents.
State dteti'n^ly ,ne ,OUr nJme ' town ' COUDI J and
AMERICAN INK COMPANY. N H
Clerk f r.K n ° AS W LANE.
Su46 Company and Special Agent. j
Quarterly Report of the Condition of the
Wyoming National Bank ofTuuk
hauuock on the miming
of the first of
July '.
RESOURCES*
Loans and Discounts, 863.228.84
Due from National Banks, 12 946.48
United States Bonds. 107.350,00
Other Baited States Securities 12,450.68
Cash Items and uncollected checks 6,76p,5i
Legal Tender including Compound Interest
.Notes,; : ft,72243*
Furniture and Fixtures 1,500.00
Premiums Paid 5.610.87
National and State Bank Notes 3.227.00
235.805 23
LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock, tICQ.OOO,OO.
Surplus . 2.000.C0
Profits and Loss, Discount, Interest and
Exchange 1 338 01
Circulation 90.000.00
Deposits 42.140,29
Due National Banks 320.93
235.805 23
I, Samuel Stark, do solemnly swear, that the
above statement is correct and true to the best of
my knowledge and belief.
SAMI'EL STARK, Cashier.
Sworn and Subscribed this 9th day of July A. D.
18gg F. C. ROSS, Notary Public.
CAMPAIGNS
OF THE
A P M Y O F T IIE POTOMAC.
BT WILLIAM S WINI-ON.
THE STANDARD HISTORY OF THE GRA N D ARMY.
The greatest Work on the War.,
Universally endorsed by ai wy of
ficers and the press, THE AUTHOR
SAYS :
"I design in this volume to record what that Ar
my did and suffered fn ten campaigns and two score
b ittles.
I shall have to celebrate the unswerving loyalty
of this army, thnt oftiines when the bond of military
c< hesion failed, held it, unshaken of fortune, to a
duty self-imposed.
I shall have to follow it through a checkered ex
perience, in a tale commingled of great misfortunes,
great follies and great glories ; but from first to last
it will appear that, amid mmy buffets of fortunes,
through -winter and rough weather," the Army of
the Ptomao never gave up but made a good fight,
and finally reached the goal
Of this drama there will ba no other hero than the
Army of the Potomac itself; for it would seem that
in this war of the People it was decreed there should
arise no imperial presence to become the central fig
ure and cynosure of men's eyes. Napoleon, in an
outburst of haughty eloquence, exclaims that in the
great armies of the Commander was every-
- j thiug. This proud apotheosis has DO application for
I the Army of the Potomac. And one must think—
e seeing it never hadja great, and generally had ined
-1 j iocre commanders—it w.B that it might be said, that
d ; wh-rever it won it owed not to genius, but bought
; with its blood."
e
d | This is the only History of the "Grand
d Army," and no one who lias borne a part
r in its conflicts, or is interested in its grand
j achievements, should be without it.
This work presents a rare chance to make money.
Agents wanted. Send for Circulars and seo our
;S terms.
n Address, NAT ION AI. PUBLISHING CO.
507 Minor St., Philadelphia, Pa.
•> v5n45-lmo.
" j NOTICE.
' Having purchased the entire interest in tha Pho
tographic Gallery in this place, I take pleasure in
informing my friends and the public iu general that
j I am prepared to produee pictures of every descrip
s tion, including
PHOTOGRAPHrS,
CARTES DE VISITE,
VI (i N ETTES, AMHROTYI'ES
1 MELA IN 0 TYPES, FERROTYPES,
I IVORI TYPES, &c. &c,
Being possessed of every facility, I FEEL CON
! FIDENT oi giving entire satisfaction. All are re
quested to call and examine, and
"Seize the shadow, ere the substance fade."
All kinas of colored work dono at the shortest no
tice and in the best stylo of the art. Also all kinds
;| of copying done from old pictures, from card to > ,
, i size. Satisfaction guaranteed.
r L. W. HERMANS,
i Tank. Apr 11th, 1366.
New
SPRNG- and summer
I
Millinery.
MRS. BARDWELL
1 returns her sincere thanks to the Ladies of
TUNKHANNOCK
! 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 j
> ! City with
AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT
i I
r of
> SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY,
'■ she can and will offer superior inducements to every
customer. Arrangements hgve been completed for
FASHIONABLF DRESS AND CLOAK-MAKING
1 in all its varieties
DRESS TRIMMINGS, ORNAMENTS,
BUTTONS, BELTS, BUCKLES,
PATTERNS, HOODS,
NUBIAS,
and a full assortment of FANCY GOODS kept con
stantly on hand.
Tu nkhannock, Oct, 11 1865.
, _______
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A gentlemnn who suffered for years from Nervous '
Debility, Premature Decay, and all the effects of
youthful indiscretion, will for the sake of Buffering
humanity, send free to all who need it, the recipe
and directions for making the simple remedy bv
which he was cured Sufferers wishing to profit by
i the advertiser's experience, can do so by addressing
JOHN B.OGDEN,
No. 13 Chambers St., New Y'ork. '
vsn2l-lyear.—S M. P. A Co.
'S---19---1866---R.ni.
I. \) .. i '>
The place to buy Good Goods and buy them cheaper than anywhere else
in this or surrounding Counties, is at the
'OLD STAND AND NEW FIRM OF ROSS MILLS. A CO.
J*-. * -tjwrney of Tiug® nd Warred St, vthere can be found * new and well selected Stock of
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, CROCKERY, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, & SHOES,
PAINTS, PAINTBRUSHES, OIL,BUILDERS HARDWARE,
GLASS, SASH, PUTTY, NAILS AND IRON
OF ALL SIZES, &c. &c.
We call especial attention to our Stock of
Sugars, Teas, Coffees, Spices &c. &c.,
Which were bought at the very lowest Gold Standard, andjwill be sold at a very small advance for
PRODUCE OR CASH. ALSO a well selected Stock of
Ready-Made Cloth.ing,
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
TRUNKS, VALISES, dec. &c., Also
► WAGKKREL'BYTfiE lIARHEL OR lb. COD FISH DUTCHESS
• : Co PORK, all of which we will sell at a very small advance
on City Cost ruling at date of Sale ! !
Don't forget to look through and price our Slock!
ROSS,MILLS & Co.
Tunkhannock, April 30, 1866. * '•
DENTISTRY!
DR. Ha T. BTTRNSj
OF EARSQNDALE CITY.
Would inform the citizens of Tunkhannock and
vicinity tnat he is now permanently located in this
village for the purpose of attending to all Profes
sional calls, with which he may be favored.
V TEETH INSERTED ON
sum
OR
RUBBER BASE.
Particular attention paid to Filling and Extract
ing.
ALL work warranted
L OR NO SALE!
All persons are invited to call betore getting work
done elsewhere NU CHARGE for examination of
teeth,
ROOMS at P. C.
Burns Jewelry Store
•>
opposite Wall's Ho
tel.
H. BARHAM & CO.
Have opened a
MERCHANT TAILOR-SHOP,
—AND—
CLOTHING STORE,
In S. Stark's block, one door below the Bank
where
Coats,
Vests,
Pants,
etc. etc.
OF THE
Made by Mr. Bjrham himself, or under his per
sonal supervision, by competent workmen, of the
BEST MATERIA!,.
CLOTIIS, CASSIMERS, NESTINGS
TRIMMINGS,
and a general assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHIN GOODS,
constantly on hand and for sale,
11. BARNAM A Co
Tank. Pa. Maw 1, lßgg,
NEW FANCY
AND
TRMMING STORE.|
Tioga Street, Tunkhannock, Pa.
MRS.E. LEASE.
HAVIN 3 lately opened a new Fancy Store,, of
fers for sale an entirely new assortment of I
I
THIMMING S,
Dres' Trimmings, White Goods. Embroideries
Ladies Zepher, in all colors. Kid Gloves, Cuffs and
Collars, Lace, Veils, Corsetts, LadiesNe.-kties, best
quality of Combs, Needles and Thiead of the best
quality, and Fancy Notions of every variety, a
large stock of
TOYS,
Including China, Bronze, Papier Mache Tin, Rose
wood, Glass, Pewter, Wooden, Parian and Candy
Toys,
For La.
Cosmatics Ac., Such aa Pomades, Oils, Bandolina,
bloom of youth and Paints, Rouge, Lilly White Ac
MRS. E. LEASE.
Tunkhannock, May 1. 1866
v5-nJYtf,
TO CONSUMPTIVES-
The advertiser, having been restored to health in
a few weeks by a very simple remedy, after having
suffered for several years with a severe lung affec
tion, and that dread disease, Consumption— is anx
ious to make known to his follow-sufforers the means
of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the
prescription used (free of charge), with the direction
for preparing and using the same, which thoy will
find a si'Rß CURE tor CoffsmfPTiow, ASTHMA, BRON
CHITIS, COUGHS. COLDS, and all Throat and Lung A
fections The only object of the advertiser in sendl j
ing the Prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and !
spread information which he conceives to be invalu- j
able, and he hopes every sufferer will try hisremed, j
as it will cost them nothing, and may prove a bless /
ing. I
Parties wishing the prescription, FKKK, by return
mail, will please address. 1
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON.
WUMmnshurgh, King* Co., New York
vhntl-lvear
®O©DHIWI
TO
:
' HOUSE KEEPERS!
i
Frank M. Buck
lias just opened, at the store house formerly oc
cupied by C. T, Marsh, one door below Baldwin's
Hotel, in Tunkhannock,
NEW G~ROCERY
AND
Provision Store,
where he is prepared to sell eve.ything in the iine
of Family Groceries at prices far below those here
tofore asked for them
0
(
Ilis stock was selected and purchased by
MR. A. G. STARK
n person, whose intimate acquaintance with then
rade. and dealers, enabled him to purchase at prices
IflffEß THAI TIE LOWEST.
Mr. Stark's services as salesman, also, have been
secured.
t (
o
j v,. V v. . i
In the article of Teas, both as t prices and
quality, I "
fhfy Sfliiiprtitiflit
GINGER, PEPPER, SPICE, CINAMON
CLOVES, NUTMEG, MUSTARD,
CREAMvTARTAR,
RAISINS,
FIGS,
POWDER, SHOT AND LEAD.
nm MS NTS SF ALL KINS.
-ALSO
FLAVORING EXTRACTS FOR PUDDINGS,
1 IES, CI'STARD AND ICE CREAM.
0
SPICE SALMON & SARDINES,
in boxes—a fine artiole for Pic-nie, fishing and
pleasure parties,
i
Ice Cream
Constantly on band, and furnished in any quanti
ty desired, on short notice-
MACARONI—
FOR SOUPS.
SMOKED HALIBUT.
0
A large and varied assortment of
LAMPS, LAMP CHIMNEY : S
GLOBES AND WICKS,
ALSO
Kerosene Oil.
o
N. B.—WOOL, HIDES, FURS, AND
SHEEP PELTS, purchased for cash en
trade, for which the highest cash prices
will be paid.
©all aitit fxarajw.
P. BUCK.
Tnukha nnaak, J aa.2
\sn46tf 11
A LA MODE,
* A <'&*>:■ ? ■ ai be*9 ' • >
LATEST FROM NEW YORK '
ITRS. A. G. STARK TAKES REIN
:A again informing her friends, and the ladies gen
jrally that she has received, and is still receiving
a new and well selected assortment of
SPRING . AND SUMMER GOODS,
Consisting of HATS, BONNETS, RIBBONS
FLOSSES, FEATHERS, LACES, HEAD
DRESSES, and, in short all art.chs usually
found 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 serve all who may favor her with ai call.
MANTUA-MAKING
We have secured the services of an experience
DIIESS-MAItEn,
and at all times will be prepared to Fit and Mak
Dresses in the latest and most approved manner.—
Soliciting your calls before purchasing elsewhere, w
remain
Yours, Respectfully.
MRS. A.G.STARK.
' Tunk . Oct. 11th 1865
IIIi HH n H
ESPECIAL NOTICE
To the Ladies!
MR?, T. A.MILLKR,
AS JUST OPENED FOURTH DOOR BELOW POST OFFICE
on WARREN STREET, anew
MILLIWERY S HOP
where can be found the best assortment jf Millinery
goods in Wyoming County. Having selected her
goods herself atdLezdusively for
MILLINERY PURP.SES.
and as her stock consists of articles too numerous
to chronicle, shg. WOUIG invite the ladies to call and
examine for themselves before purchasing elsewhere.
BONNET REPAIRED ON SHORT
NOTICE.
Tunkhannock, May 2d, 19gg
Hoiuoved
o
The undcrsigneb having purchased of Mr. C. M
• Koon, the rooms recently occupied hy him as
:: €tO€Sl)'f
. '
AND
PROVISION STORE
has removed there his stock of Good.*, from "Starks
Brick Block" and with various other kdlitio s, is
prepared to public with anything c his
line, at a
SMALLER ADVANCE UPON OST
THAN ANY OTHER MAN DAB el
TO SELL.
old customers need not oo toia. they will be
dealt by fairly, and honorably, while as rnanv new
as shall see fit to favor him with their patronage,
shall have no reason to regiet having.aUed in sus
twiwing an institution where good* can always bo
bought for their tewe value, and
x
NONE BUT GOOD ARTICI.Ei KEPT.
His stock consists in part of a general a rtmeni
of .
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
-Nuts Fruits and Candies,
Tobacco and SntilF,
: • LAMPS.
LAMP CHIMNIES,
v . AND FRl'iT CANS,
BOOTS SHOES, STONE AND
| TIN WARE, HATS CAPs, KEROSENE
I OIL, AND PURE CIDDR VINEGAR,
FARMING UTENSILS, P TENT PAILS WOOD
EN PAILS, POWDER AND SHOT,
and an endless variety hf
MMMB SiYaoaS,
Ac. Ac., all of which will be seld for cash, or
changed for anything that farmers have to.sell,
: GEO LEIGHTON.
Tunkhannock, Juty 20, 1965.
N B —CASH PAID FOR BUTTER. LARD
EGGS FURS, SKrNS, PELTS, Ac.
v4n43 Q L
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n Address., . . - v
WMX.B2T 'J
-130 Chestnut; Street,
Philadelphia, Pa.
JY E W STORB!
; - Nicholson Pa.,
Will. O.GARDNER & CO.
have just received a large and splendid Steele ef
goods consisting of
Jantj diwos,
CLOTniNG,
BOOTS A SHOES,
MATS AND CAPS,
UMBRELLAS,
TRAVELLING BAGS and TRUNKS,
Cloths,
C ass i meres,
Vestings,
Trimmings,
YANKEE NOTIONS
All goods s.dd by us warranted' as recommended
Our aim "To keep good Goods,"
Our motto, "Not to be undersold."
In connection with the store is a
TAILOR-SHOP.
GARMENTS CUT AND MADE IN Tg
LATEST STYLE.
PEOICE TSOS il ffIIAIEL
W. O. GARDNER <fe CO.
Nicholson, Pa.
tia3l.
ME A T
Mar ket!
The Subscriber announces to the citisensof Tank
hauncck and vicinity, that be is now opening a
MEW MEAT MARKET
OPPOSITE WALL'S HOTEL ON BBIDGE ST.
where by the strictest attention|to tbs wants of this
community; he hopes to receive their patronage,—
He has now on hand a fine stock of fat cattle ; and
will hereafter constantly keep for sale
Beef, Mutton,. Pork, Sausage
Poultry
of all kinds, at prices as ,
LOW AS CAN BE A F
Meat delivered at th
tomors in town, each day. V "• rerideaoM of A.
'' •* desired.
Tunk. Nov. "29, 1869k
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