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For 8315,00, you can buy, at the Mtune Depot of L B. rowell, Scranton, a Piano, seven octaves, full iron Plate, overstrung bass, and other modern inprovements. Penmanship.— J- S. Multer, teacher of Pen manship tmeses to visit this place for the purpose ' i , nlain a-ud ornamental pen of getting up a class in pl* mLhin. Ho .ill • bere fo '° P ,rt ot nexi .cek- Wo — — sp ~'' mens of his work and have no hesitation in saying that he is an "A. No. 1," quill-driver. Wild Cherry Balsam.—The memory of Dr. tfistur is embalmed, in the hearts of thousands, whom his Balsam of Wild Cherry has cured of coughs, colds, consumption or some other form of Pulmon ary disease. It is now over forty y.ars since this pre paration was brought before the public, and yet the demand for it is constantly increasi ig. Serious Accident,—Mr. D. T Sterling of Me shoppen, who, with his wife and daughter, had started on a journey to Philadelphia, ott Friday last, in coming down the hill near Morgan Maxwell's in Washingtom Tp , had the tongue of his carriage broken', when his horses ran away, upset the car nage, broke Mrs. Sterling's leg and somewhat in jured her daughter. Dr. Wells of this place, who, fortunately for them, was with them and escaped un hurt set the bones, bound UD the bruises, enabling them to return homo on tho same day. The Change in the advertisement of Ross, Mills & C®.—which will be found in cur paper to-day dis closes the present character ot their business, They propose to keep up a first class Hardware Store in all its branches. In order to confine themselves exclu sively to this lino of trade they are now efforing the remainder of their stock of Dry Goods, Boots A tahoei, Hats A Caps, at prices below the present wholesale city prices—Call and secure bar gains. Fire at Meshoppcn.--The new Carriage Shop of R. J. Halloo!;, at Mcshoppen. with a large amount of made up work, stock and tools and materials stored therein was entirely destroyed by fire on Mon day morning, last, The fire originated from the bursting of a Keroina oil lamp which one of tho hands was lighting, about 4 o'clock in the morning. The lamp-lighter was seriously burned, but with great presence of uiiu 1, saved himself from death by recklessly rolling in a p>ool of muddy water near by. The loss to Mr. lloileck amounts to about SSOOO, about half of which is covered by insurance. Juan I'once De Leon--a visionary of the olden time, is sail to have spent his life, in a vain search after that fabulous spring, whoso waters were reported to restore health, youth and beauty to all who drank ol them In his old age, he found, not the spring—but that he has wasted the Spring and Summer of his life, in purouit of a mere phantom of the imagination. The DeLeons are not all dead. But they can avoid the deep sorrow and disappointment of the old Mr. Leon, by repairing to the Soda-foun now in full operation at Dr. Ilhoad's new- drug-store, where such a pleasant and health-giving beverage is dispensed, as docs not make make you "Think of your head in the morning." The Horse, and other livo stock ; By Robert Jennings, Veterinary Surgeon, author of "Ilorse Training Made Easy," a work of upwards of 1200 pages, boucl in leather, is now being sold to sub scribers Ly Mr. S. L, Howell, agent To every prac tical sensible man it is worth acsrt-Joad of thetrashy books purchased by same. Every farmer at should havo a copy-—to whom it would prove an invaluable hand-book. The work treats of the history an 1 varieties of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Ac, and their diseases, their crossings anl breeding an! tho best method for their feeding and general management, intended as a complete guile to tanners and others Rafti in this place, up to Sunday last, is said by those wh • hive kcj a record of it, to have occurred within every twenty-fjar hours for forty three days consecutively. This period will be long remembered and spoken of by all as the "rainy season." In duration it exceeded, by three days the famous flood of Noah's time. We are not aware however that anybody had laid fhe founda tionsjof an ark. It was thought no doult, as by the sinners in the olien time, that it wouldn't be much of a shower after all, or that the new canal boat now about finished by Mr. Flickner, would carry all those who wou'd havo through tickets for tho excursion. T!io ditF reneo ii: "ho amount of rain between this and-Noah's fl ud, has probably saved some folks in these parts, from some pretty tall wa ding—if not front a baptism by total immersion. The Public Schools at this place we learn, will be opened on Monday next. Tho directors have secured the services as principal teacher of Mr, Thompson Bo.Ho, who 13 recommended by our Coun ty Superintending and others acquainted with him, as a very competent an I etii ;ent teacher. As as sistants, and for the primary departments, Miss Sarah White anl Miss E. Overfield, are engaged--. With these teachers, utile-- their capacities for the positions havo been grossly over estimated, all that will be required to afford us good schools for the season, is a hearty support and co-operation in the work on the part of parents' pupils. Without this, the best of teachers and schools will fail to do all that could and should be done. The Teach ers should, at least, fin Ino unncseesary obstacles in their way; for to those who go about their work with an honest, earnest will to do their whole duty thereii. always enough to keep their heads, handsi and hearts fully employed. A Few Mure few— say ten or a doz en, of those persons of whom some one, long ago as serted ;• they wore "not all dead," were found to be alive, and around sa cireu3 day. A suiootli-faeed, curly-haire-l, Peter-Funk and sharper, on that eventful day, with a horse and open buggy drove at hea lleng spool into the very center of town, stopped, an l rising up, in a loud voice, like one crying in the wilderness, announced to the as tonished '-natives," the abounding fact that he "wasn't after stamps"—didn't want money—had more of the filthy stuff than he knew what to do with —was going to give some to the people of this poverty-stricken town—so help him Juhny Bull!" He then proceeded to sell to the first comer a genuine 81 0, Greenback for s!', —Then 85, for $4- then one dollar bills for seventy- five cents ; and when be got down to the ragged stamps ho scattered them to the winds and thoy fell like a slower of blessings on the heads of his g-iping auditors ? assuring them at the same time in Lis most emphatic tones, that he wasn t drunk nor crazy, Lut that he understood his ' biz. ' All right so t iir . Then came massive gold lockets worth as he sai J SlO, which be sold for 45 aid returned the money to the lucky purchaser—All right yet. alben cauie solid gold rings for 82. each and the money returne Ito the taker—All right, again. Sharper at this point in the game—started up his horse a few feet and threatened to leave the town, but repenting of this harsh resolution stopped The flats followed and were again around him as thick at—boys and girls aroucl a school house. He again proceeded to sell lockets—at 85. each, which were greedily taken--the takers supposing that they would get back their tnoney, as before. After xuak-< ing a dozen or more persons supremely happy with this delusion—and their glittering prizes, Mr. Funk started up again, just a little, to get his borse out of the rush , and having done so turned around with bat in hand, a bland smile upon his face, and ith sundry graceful bows, bade bis genorous patrons an affectionate good-bye ! Patting whip to his hone, he dissappeared from the straining eyes of the "spoonies" like the baseless fabric ot a dream ; who to console themselves had, each, a brass trinket, worth at least, fifteen a vacant place in in their pockets for a to. tWI, Their countenances indicated that the ideas that; "111 is not gold that glitters, " and that "The fools were not all dead," had jast found a foothold in their unsophisticated noddles. They retired from the scene, wiser, if not better men, Married BILLINGS—QUICK—In Scranton. Pa., on Thurs. day, May 23d 1867, by Rev. B. D. Sturdevant, Mr. H. F. Billings and Miss Eliza A Quick, both of Nicholson, Pa. FURGERSON— HOFFMAN—At Dallas, Luz. Co. on Sunday, May 19th inst. by Levi Winters, Esq Charles Furgerson of Northmoreland to Miss Elisa beth, daughter of George Hoffman. Special Notices EXECUTORS NOTICE. The undersigned has been appointed Executor of the last will and Testament of Lewis Whitlock, late of Northmoreland Tp. dec'd. All persons having demands ugainst said estate will present the same to the subscriber at his residence in said township, duly authenticated for settlement ; and all persons in debted to said estate, are requested to make prompt payment. A. 0. LUTES, Ex'r. of LEWIS WIUTLOCK, dec'd. Northmoreland, May 20th 1867. —vGn4l-Gw. Auditor's Notice. In real estate of Jacob Flummer/elt, dec 'd. The undersigned having been appointed by the Judges of the Orphan's Court of the County of Wy oming, an Auditor to distribute the proceeds of the sale of the Real Estate of Jacob Fluinuierfelt dec'd., together with any balances in hands of Administra tor of said decedent; wili attend to the duties of his appointment at his office in Tunkhannock Wy oming Co Pa.. on Thursday tho Gth day of June, ISG7 at which time and place all persons interested are required to prevent their claims or be debarred from coming in for a share ot said ussets. May 14th, 1867. HARVEY SICKLER, Auditor. ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. LETTERS of Administration, on tho estate of William C. Holmes, late of Falls Township, Wyoming Ccuntv, dec'd, having been granted the undersigned—notice is hereby given' to all persons indebted to said estate, to :nnke immediate payment; and all persons having claims against said decedent, to present them duly authenticated, fur settlement, without delay, to HORACE COLLUM, ) Wm. 0. HOLMES, ) Adm'rs. W ISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHER RY. This remedy has long been cherished by the com munity for its remarkable efficacy in relieving, heal iug and curing the most obstinate, painful and long standing cases of Cough, Cold, Influenza, Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Whooping Congh, Croup, Asthma, Inflammation ot the Lungs j while even Consumption itself has yielded to its magic influ ence when all other means have failed- Its whole history i rovesjthat the past has preduced no remedy of equal value, as a cure for the numerous and dan gerous pulmonary affections which prevail all over the land. UNSOLICITED TESTIMONY. From ANDREW ARCHER, Esq., of Fairfield, Me, "About eight years since my son, Henry A. Ar cher, now Postmaster at Fairfield, Somerset Co., Me , was attacked with spitting of blood, cough, weakness of Lungs, and general debility, so much so that our family physician declared him to have a "SEATED CONSUMPTION." He was under medical treatment for a number of months but received no benefit from it. At length, from the solicitation of himself and others I was induced to purchase one bottle of WIS TAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY, which ben efitted him so much lobtained annother bottle,which in a short time restored him to his usual state of health. I think I can safely recommend this reme dy to ethers in like condition, for it is, l think, all it purports to bo— THE GREAT LUNG REMEDY FOR THE TIMES! The above statement, gentlemen, is my voluntary offering to you in favor of your Balsam and is at your disposal." Prcpired by SETII W. FOWLE A SON, 13 Tre mont St., Boston, and for sale by Drugggists gener ally, GRACE'S;CELEBRATED SALVE, AMF.SBURT, Mass., Oct. 13th 1567, Mr. Grace— Dear Sir Having been afflicted grievously fur several weeks with a severe abscess upon my side. 1 used several remed.es for its eradi cation withont receiving any relief, until I applied your salve, whicn affected a speedy and permanent cure I therefore feel happy to certify my coufi dance in its virtues. Yours with respect. JAMES BEAN. I certify to the truthfulness of tho above statement. H. S- DKBRBORN, M. D. SETH W. FOWLE A SON, Boston, Proprietors. Sold by all Druggists, at 25 cts. a box. By mail 35cts vGn4l-lmo. ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS. LAME BACK. New York, Nov. 23. 1859 T. ALLCOCK & Co.—Gentlemen : I lately suffered severely from a weakness in my back. Having heard your plasters much recommended for cases o this kind, I procured one, and the result was all I could desire, A single plaster cured,me in a week Yours respectfully, J. G; BRIGGS, Proprietor of the Brandreth House. CURE OF CRICK IN THE BACK, AND LUMBA GO. Lyons, N. Y., July 4, 1862. • Messrs. Allcock A Co. : Please send me a dollar's worth of your plasters. They have cured me of a crick in iny back, which has tioubled me for some time, and now my father is going to try them for difficulty about his heart. L.H. SHERWOOD. Dr Green, No. 863 Broadway, New York, informs us he sold, on Monday, June 22d. 1862, two plasters to a young woman suffering very severely from lum bago. On Thursday she called to get two more for a triend, and then stated how the two sho had pur chased on Monday had relieved her immediately af ter them on, and cured her in two days of a most distressing pain in her back and loins. Sold by all Druggists. v6n3B-lmo. TO CONSUMPTIVES. The advertiser, having beon restored to health in a few weeks by a very simple remedy, after having suffered for several vearajlj|th a severe lung affec tion, and that dread diseMv Consumption—is anx ious to make known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure. To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the prescription used (free of charge,) with the direc tions for preparing and using the same which they will find a cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis Coughs, Colds, and all Throat and Lung Affections. The only object of the advertiser in sending the Prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and spread information which ho conceives to be invaluable, and he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing. Parties wishing the prescription, free, by return mail, will please address REV. EDWARD A. WILSON, Williamsburg, Kings Co., New York. 6vn4o HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU and improve Rose Wash cures secret and delicate disorders in al their stages, at little expense, little or no changein diet, no inconvenience and no exposure. It is pleas ant in taste and odor, immediate in Hi aetiofi, and *• ham ! fcturtMapepHflM Tnß BA. Gr Is 22 | Drug Store TUNKHANNOCK. NEW FIRM, LYMAN & WELLS. Dr. Lyman respectfully anaounees that he has taken Dr. E.H- Wells as a pa • itnern the DRUG BUSINESS, and that they will continue to keep A COMPLETE ASORTMENT, In their line, at the old stand of J. W. Lyman A Co,, on Tioga St. We cannot eaumerate articles, but it is our inten tion to present a WELL SELECTED AND RELIABLE STOCK adapted to this market,*,and,tmeritiag the atten tion of all who desiro MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, PAINTS, DYE STUFFS, Ac. &c. die., At rates as low as oan possibly be afforded. N. B.—All professional calls promptly attended. Prescriptions carefully prepared, at all times, by one of the Doctors. J. W. LYMAN, M, D. E, H. WELLS, M. D. v6n396m. Mercantile Appraisement for 1 8 6 7. Tbe undersigned having been appointed mercan tile appraiser for the County of Wyoming, for the year 1867, hereby certifies the following to be a -cor rect list of assessment of retailers in foreign Mer chandise, with their name), class, and rate in the several Townships, in tbe said County, to wit: CLASS. NAMES. RATE, BKAINTRIM. 13 B. Edwards A Son, |IO,UO 13 Stephens A Taylor, 10,00 13 B. Wakeman A Co* 10,00 13 E. Waltinan A Co. 10,00 14 Sam'l Neal. 7 00 14 A. Piatt 7,00 CLINTON. 12 Frear Dean A Co, 12,10 12 W Gardner Son, 12,50 13 W. Briggs A Son. 10,00 13 Ingham A Broadbent, 10,00 13 W. A. Dean, 10,06 14 11. S. llow, 7, C0 EATON.. 14 E. Wheelock A Co. 7,00 14 J. V. Carpenter. * - 7,00 FALLS. 14 C. Sherwood, 7,00 13 S.G.Miller, ' 10,00 14 H- Evans, 7,00 14 A. W. Mahon, 7.00 14 Montanye A Co, 7,00 FORKSTON* 14 A. P. Burgess, . . 7,00 14 G. 11. Burgess, • 7,00 14 Hitchcock A Robinson, 7,00 LEMON. 13 Henry Harris, 10,00 MEHOOPANY. 11 J- T. Jennings A Co, 16.00 14 H, Love. * 700 13 W. 11. Barnes, 10.00 13 Sturdevant A Gofif 10,00 14 ffm. Jennings, 7,00 MESHOPPEN. 10 Sterling A Loomis, 21,00 12 D.Hankinson, 12,50 12 E. Meritt, 12,00 14 S. H. Jenkins 7,00 14 J. M. Robinson, 7 00 14 Jacob Hallow, 7,00 MONROE. 14 E. Montross, 7,00 14 A.D. C.Clark, 7,00 14 A. S, Carey A Bros: 7,C0 14 Reuben Parks, 7.00 NICHOLSON. 12 Wilcox A Driggs, 12,50 12 C. C. Birge. 12,50 12 Taylor A Walker, 12,50 12 0. L. Halstead, 12,50 13 Risley A Eellog, 10,00 14 J. D. Hewitt, 7,00 14 Squire A Billings, 7,00 15 Win. O. Gardner A Co. 10,00 NORTHMORELAND. % 13 Levi Winters . 10,00 13 H. Heeler, 10 00 ' 13 Carey A Bros, 10,00 NORTH BRANCH. 14 E. S, Bowen, 7,00 14 E. W. Spring, 7,00 TUNK. BORO. 11 F. C. Bunnell A "Bannatyne, 15,00 12 D. Wright, 12.50 13 Ross Mills A Co. ' 10,00 12 A. B. Mott, 12,50 12 Sherman A Lathrop, 12,50 14 C. P. Miller, 7,00 14 Frank Sittser A Co, 7,00 14 George Leighton, 7,00 14 F. G. Osterhout, 7,00 14 Crane A Lull, . 7,00 14 John Stemples, 7,00 14 Draper Billings, 7,00 WASHINGTON. 13 Geo. W. Furman A Co, 10,001 13 F. W. Zimmerman 10,00 WINDHAM. 14 11. S. Graves. 1,00 An appeal will be held at the Court House, in the Borough of Tunkhannook on Saturday. June 29, 18" 67, for all those who may leel aggrieved by said ap praisement. Wm. F. TERRT, Appraiser of Mercantile Taxes. Tunk. Pa. Apr. 7, 1867,— T6D39. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BDCHU gives health and vigor to the frame and bloom to the palid cheek. Debility is accompanied by many alarming symptoms, and if no treatment is submitted to, eotf samotion insanity, ot epileptic fit* ensue. * > mm UMTTirS CBLBMI A LARGE STOCK. OF SPRING GOODS, JUST RECEIVED AND Fop Sale CHE+ll*. o ALLKINDS OF ! I ; Produce TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS, AT BUNNELL & BANNATYNE'S Tunkhannock, Pa. ▼sn4l. FOR NON-RBTENTIQN OR INCONTINENCE of Urine, irritation, inflamation, or ulceration of the bladder, of kidneys, diseases of the prostrate glands, stone in the bladder, calculus, gravel or brick dust deposits, and all diseases of the bladder,' kidneys, end dropeical ewelllings. Wm Bwmw i hn Mm* *mm. luuum initios. MRS. BARDWELL is now receiving a splendid stock of SPRING A SUMMER Goods of nil the new est SHAPES of FELT and VELVET n#TS for LADIES and CHILe DREfI, Also BONNETS, VELVET RIBBONS, FLOWERS, and FEATHERS, and a full assortment of FANCY GOODS. At prices to defy competition. All the latest styles of paper patterns, SLEEVES, CLOAKS, JACKETS. &C., &c., from MADAME DEMOTES 7. ST Dresses;made, cut and bastod at the shortest notice. MRS. BARDWELL. Tmnkhanaock, May. 22, 18g7.—vgn41-tf. NOW OPENED. BT ▲. B. MOTT. TEE CORNER STORE, FORMERLY OCCUPIED • BY HENRY . STARK. IN TUN KHANNOCK, PA. A NEW STOCK A NEW STOCK A NEW STOCK A NEW STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS consisting of consisting of consisting of consisting of DRY GOODS DRY GOODS DRY GOODS DRY GOODS DRESS GOODS DRESS GOODS DRESS GOODS DRESS GOODS GROCERIES GROCERIES GROCERIES GROCERIES PAINTS AND OILS PAINTS AND OILS PAINTS AND OILL PAINTS AND OILS HATS AND CAPS IIATS AND CAPS HATS AND CAPS HATS AND CAPS CARPETING - CARPETING CARPETING CARPETING £c„'<ic., Ac , Ac., Ac., Ac., Ac., Ac., Ac., Ac., Ac., Ac., In large quantities and at reduced prices. A. B. MOTT. Tuuk. May 1, '66—v6n3B tf. • -TOOW SBWi ~FHOrt S E S TOBIAS' DERBY CONDITION POWDERS ARE warranted superior to any others, or no pay, for the cure of Distemper, Worms- Bots, Coughs, Hide bound, Cold, Ac,, in Horses ; and Colds, Coughs, Loss of Milk, Black Tongue, Horn Distemper, Ac., in Cattle. These Powders were formerly put up by Simpson I Tobias, son of Dr. Tobias and, since his death, the demand has been so great for them, that Dr Tobias, has continued to manufacture them, — They are perfectly safe and innocent, no need of stopping the working of your animals. They in crease the appetite, give a fine coat, cleanse the stomach and uniary organs : also increase the milk of cows, Try them, and you will never be without tbem. Hiram Woodruff, the celebrated trainer of trotting horses, has used them for voir?, and recom mends them to his friends. Col. Philo. P Bush, of the Jerome Race Course, Fordbam. N. Y., would not use them until he was told of what they are com posed, since which he is never without them. lie has over 20 running horses in his charge , and for the last three years has used no other medicine for them. Over 1,000 other references can be seen at the depot, Sold by Druggists and Saddlers. Price 25 cents per box- Depot, 56 Cortlandt Street, New York. v6n36-7wks. Dr. SCHEYCKS MANDRAKE PILLS A SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL. These Pfß's are composed of various roots, having the power tw relax the secretions of the liver as promptly and effectually as blue pill or mercury, and without producing any of those disagreeable or dan gerous effects which offton follow the use of the lat ter. In all bilious disorders these Pills may be used with confidence. as they promote tho discharge of vitiated bile, and remove those obstructions from the liver and biliary ducts, which are the cause of bil ious affections in general. SCHENCKS MANDRAKE PILLS cure Sick Headache, and all disorders of the Liver, indicated by sallow skin, coated tonguo, costiveness, drowsi ness, and a general feeling or weariness and lassi tude, showing that the liver is in a torpid or ob structed condition. In short, these Pills may be used.with advantag in all cases whon a purgative or alterative medicine is required. Please ask for "Dr. Schenck's Mandrake Pills and observe that the two like ncsses of the Doctor a' n the Government stamp—one when in the last stage of Consumption, and the other in his present health. Sold by all Druggists'and dealers. Price 25 cents per box. Principal Office,|No. 15 North 6th Street, Philadelphia, Pa. General Wholesale Agents : Domas BarnesA Co. 21 Park Row' New York ; S. S. Hance, 108 Balti more St, Baltimore, Md.; John D. Park.N. E. cor of Fourth and Walnut St, Cincinnati, Ohio; Wal ker A Taylor, 134 and 13g Wabash Avenue, Chicago Li. ; Collins Brothers, Southwest corner of Second and Vine Streets, St, Louis, Mo. 4thA sth w. ea moi 1 yr TAKE NO MORE UNPLEASANT AND UN SAFE REMEDIES for unpleasant and dangereu iHM. Use HnlmbeU't Entrant Baoba and Imt IMI MRS. T. A MILLER Would re. pact fully inform bar friends nod the La dies generally that she has just received a well se lected stock of SPRIN and SUMMER aSBESffi mGOODS* which will be sold at the LOWEST CASH PRICBfI. N. B.—Mrs. Miller is receiving goods weekly, M that all who favor her with their potronage, will to sure to get the LA TES T STYLES. ROOMS on Warren Bt. opposite Wright's Store. MRS. T. A. MILLER, Tunk., fa., May 15, '67.—v6n40-tf " DR. RHO ADS' AND <|TOR*. The largest and most complete Drug Store in TUNKHANNOCK, NEW GOODS FOR EVERYBODY 1U PRICES REDUCED.. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY I Just received and for Sale a splendid Steak ef IJtcfo dioobs, Including— CKH 9 A I tt v a, VARNISHES, M DYE STU!FF9, BRUSHES OF § ALL DESCRIPTIONS, Pocket Books, Hair Tonics, IIAIR DYII, STERLING'S AMBBOSIA, TOOTH DROPS, HAIR OILS, POMADES A PERFUMERIES, FANCY NOTIONS, CONFECTIONERY, STATIONERIES TOBACCO, HAVANA CIGARS, (REAL.) ABDOMINAL SUPPORTERS, SHOUL DER BRACES, TRUSSES, Ac,, Ac., All .the Popular PATENT MEDICINES „ of the da.y And in fact every imaginable article belonging to a FLR/ST GLAJSS DRUG /STORE PHYSICIANS' PRESRCIPTIONS carefully compounded at all hours of the day and night, Don't forget to call at DR. RROADS' DRUG "STORE. v6n37tf. Tankhannock.Pa. HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT Bucmj Is a certain cure lor diseases of the BLADDER. KIDNEYS, GRAVEL. DROPSY, OR GANIC WEEKNESS, FEMALE, COMPLAINTS, GENERAL DEBILITY, and all diseases of the URINARY ORGANS. whether existing in MALE OR FEMALE, from whateTer cause originating and no matter of HOW LONG STANDING. Diseases of these organs require use of a diuretic If no treatment is submitted to, Consumption oj Insanity may efisue. Our Flesh and Blood are up ported from these sources, and the HEALTH AND HAPPINESS, and that of Posterity, depends upon prompt use of a re liable remedy. HELMBOLD'S;EXTRACT BUCHU; Established upwards of 18 years, propared by H. T II ELM ISOLD, DRUGGIST, 694 Broadway, New York, and m 104 South 10th Street,Philadelphia, Pa. ▼6n29-Iy, iTmlWcirm Manufactured, by WM. FLICKNER, At T UA'A'JZAJVJYO CK, Ta. who has the exclusive right for Wyoming County, is one of the very few Machines that will cut Hgv, Straw, Stalks, Ac., better than the old fashioned Cutting boxes, used by our grand fathers. Those who value time and labor ; and woald avoid a needless loss of both, in feeding their stock, should get one of these improved Cutters. No man ever found any thing better; or ever went back to the old machine after a trial of it, A SUPPLY CONSTANTLY ON HAND, and WM. FLICKNER. v<siS9tf. HELMBOLD'S CONCENTRATED EXTRACT BU CHU, Is the Great Diuretfe. HELMJWLD'S CONCENTRATED EXTRACT •V SARSAPARILLA Is the Great Blood Purifier. _ Both are prepared aooording to rules of Chemistr and Bhannacy, and are the most active that oat. ,