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AT PA.
>J n if I—/ 1 —/ / : I* {
dORMYA & LEGG,
have opened a new Livery establishment, a few
doors from Baldwin's Hotel, where
Horses,
#
Carriages,
&c.,
can be obtained
AT L IV E AND LET LIVE PRICES,
and the public and passengers can be accommodated,
who desire to go to the Depot, at all times. Give us a.
call, and be satsfied.
F. H, CORMYA
S. J. LEGG.
Tank., Pa. Apr. 15, 1567,-v6n36-tf
* - .. •
noiseless
IjgEWIKG
is the only MACHINE in the world that makes the
twisted loop-stitch, making a stronger stitch than
any other machine now in use.
All are invited to call at t.
P.
JEWELItY STORE
and examine for themselves. Also agents for all
other machines for Wyoming Co. Pa,
P. C- BURNS A BRO.
Tunkhannock, Pa. Oct. 31. ISG6. — v6nl2-tf
•Waoltili e Wp
AN D
JEWELRY REPAIRED
r. c. b r rx s a ifiio.
Take pleasure in ann mn dug to the people of
Tunkhannock and vic iniiy, that tbcjhao opened a
IDatot) cab QlUtk
opposite Wall's Hotel,where they are prepared to do
the most difficult jobs in tiwirliueinau APPROVED
and SKILLFUL MANNER, on short notice. Hav
ing had long experience in the buainess, they feel
confident that they can give entire satLJaction to all
favoring them with their patronage. -
I i .! . . e
ALL WORK WARRANTED TO GIVE SATIS
FACTION OR MONEY REFUNDED
AFTER A FAIR TRIAL- i
19. B. Parasols, Fans Umbrellas repaired
Also. Accord eons and other musical instruments
toned and put in order on short notice.
A NEW STOCK of WATCHES and
CLOCKS
Just received.
JBWELDTofE) 'Eli 2' DL'S CD IT
TIO.
Also
US E T MUSIC A MUSIC BOOK
on heed or furnished to order ou the shortest notice
and at publisher's
'7 L 0 TVE S T RATE S . I
RUNS AND PISTOL CARTRI6ES
adapted to all tho modern styles of fire-arms, con
stantly on hand.
—ALSO
&c„ &c., Ac., Ac.. Ac.
also Dealers in the
PARABOLA SPECTACLE. *
TH* BEST HKLP FOR THE HUMAN VISION
EVER INVENTED.
P C BURNS &
Innkhanneck, Pa. ©ct 31, I^S*'
mjj ffcK The Great Cause
< TTr of
EE XT IMC -A- 3NT IVff IBER Y.
Just Published in Sealed Etr&lopt . Price 6 cts
A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment, and
Radical Cure of Seminal Weakness, orSpennatorrhas,
induced by Self Abuse : Involuntary Emissions, lui
poteacy, Nervous Debility, and Impediments to Mar
riage generally ; Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits ;
Mental and Physical Incapacity, <kc.—By ROBERT
J. -CULVERWEL, M. D., Author of the "Green
Bo4k " Ac.
The world-renowned author, in this admirable
Lecture, clearly proves froun his own experience that
the awful consequences of Self Abuse may bo effect
ually remove! without medicine, and without dan
gerous surgical operations, bougies, instruments,
rings, *or cordials,-pointing out a mode of cure at
once certain and effectual, by whieh every sufferer,
ne matter what his condition may be, ay pure him
self eheaply, privately, and ladicully THIS LEC
TURE WILL PROVE A BOON TO THOUSANDS
AND THOUSANDS. / . :
Sent under seal, to any address, in a plain
sealed envelope, on the receipt of six cents, or two
postage stamps. Also Dr, Culverv?ail's "Marriage
Guide," price 25 eents. Address the publishers,
CUAS. J. C. KLINE A CO,
1 T Bowery, New Vork.Post Office Box 4,586,
v6ns-l year.
TARE NO MORE UNPLEASANT AND UN
SAFE REMEDIES for unpleasant and dangerou
iaeoqps. Use Extract Duchu and Ima
wwb* Ro Walff, .
v >'Ti ■' f
T." * lAtl< 1
PHONOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
AND
L . 1 Q y, ! *. '{ j(|
EKJSmSI ■
A PRACTICAL BUSINESS EDUCATION.
. Single and
and Ornaineutal Penmanship,CommercialArithmetic
an i Correijondenae, Wholesale and Retail Business, !
Jobbing, Railroading. * Shipping, Forwarding and
Commission, Negotiating Loans, Bills of Exchapge,
Banking, Phonography and Commercial Law
Life Scholarship for Uje Cptmnprcial Course, with
privilege - (JfrevleWliig any time free of'- eoirgo, §3O.
LAID IBS * ACAD JEM ICA L
JDBDA'B TMJEJYT. . i
Miss M. A. FOSTER, Principal,
Reading, Spelling, Writing, Grammar, Geography,
Philosophy, Chemistry, Astronomy, History, (inclu
ding Bible History.) Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry,
Trigonometry, French and Latin,
Higher English branches atid'the Languages per
quarter, 510,00. Term commences Monday, Feb.
25th.
No College affords greater advantages to Ladies
and Gentlemen for obtaining a Commercial Educa
tion, or fpr the study of the Higher English and the
Languages. For further information scud for a Cir
cular, or pddren.
J. N. GARDNER, Principal.
v6n3o-ly. Scranton, Pa.
LA i EST FASHIONS DEMAND
J. W. Bradlev's Celebrated Patent
UPLEX ELLIPTIC
(bR
(SKIRT,
The Wonderful Flexibility and great comfort and
pleasure to any Lady wearing the Duplex Eliptie
Skirt will be experienced particularly in all crowd
ed Assemblies, Operas, Carriages. Railroad Curs,
Church Pews, Aim Chairs, for Promenade and
House Dress, as tho skirt,can be folded when in
use to occupy a small place as easily and conven
iently as a Silk or Muslin Dress, an invaluable
quality in crinoline, not found in any Single Spring
Skirt. 11
A Lady Living' enjoyed the pleasure,comfort, and
great convenience of wearing (lie Duplex Eliptie
Steel Spring Skirt for a single day, wilt never after
wards wiliingly dLpen.se with their use. For
Children, Misses and Young Ladies they are superi
or to all others. , s
They will not bend or break like the Sinple
Spring, but will preserve their perfect and graceful
shape when three orfoui ovuiaarj skirts will have
! been thrown asido as useless. The Irmps are cov
ered with double ard twisted thread, and the bit -
j torn rods are not only double springs, but twice (or
double) covered: prefixing 'hem trout wearinguu
rthen dragging down stoops, stairs, i'C.
The Duplex Elliptic ik a groab favorite with uU
ladies and is universally recommended bv the
Fashion Magazines as the STANDARD SKIRT OF
THE FASHIONABLE \yORLl}.
To enjoy the following inestimablo advantage in
: Crinoline, viz : supreme quality,' perfect manufac
ture. etylish shape add iicish, Flexibility, durability,
comfort and eeoLorny, enquire for J. \\, Bradley's
Duplex Eliptic'or Double Spring Skirt, and be sure
and get the genuine, article.
CAUTION* —To guard against IMPOSITION be
particular to NOTICE that skirts offered as "DU
PLEX'' have the red ink stamp, viz, "J. IV. Brad
ley's Duplex Elliptic Stacl Springs," upon the
waistband—none others are geuuiuu. Also notice
that every Hoop will admit a pin being passed
through the centre, thus revealing. Jjo two (or
double) springs braided together therein, which is
the secret of their Flexibility and strength, and a
* combination not to be found in any other Skirt.
For Sale in all Store*irifere First Clase skirts are
gold throughout the States and elsewhere.
Manufactured by the Sole Owners of the Patent,
WE.SIs BRADLLY A CAREY,
97Chruhoors and'79s SI Eeada sts.*N, Y,
v6n22-3mos r )
High Water
IN THE 3TS Q U Rlt AN X A
RAFTS staving up, DAMS giave but, RIVER ro
cceding,
PRICES GONE DOWN,
&c., ic.
At the Old Stand formerly occupied ly E. Wheo
lock will b found cheap lor cash,'*4l brads cf '• --
G'JIOCBIITBS it (I J'MQ rifc/Q.YS,
CROCKERY,
WOOD-WARE, WILLOW-WARE, HARD-WARE.
TIN and G?,ASS-WARE,
Tea,
Coffee,
Sugar,
Molassos,
Syrup,
, Soda, r,
Saleratus. • • j t 1
Cream-Tarter,
Mustard,
Cheese,
Mackerel.
Cod-Fiji,
y Drio.l-Apples
auJ l'euches,
' Crackers, .
Nuts, Raisins,
Oranges, -i
j ;i . Lemons,
C'oep.vNutSi
~ Nutmegs,
, Cloves,
Pimento, Pepper, Cinnamon, Candies of all Kinds,
TOBACCO. CIGARS, CORN MEAL,
CHOP-FEED, and FLOUR,
SHEETING, SHOES, COT
TON YARN, LAMPS,
' CAND K-WH'K,
SOAP, INK, ,
PEPPER
SAUCE,
NAILS, .... , ,;|
Pitch-'Forks,
* Shovels, Spades,
11 oc 6 , Pails.
•T.i . ■ Tubs, & Boards - ,
- i Half Bushels,
Pech-Aloas
ures, L.
Sive.s,
ButterBowls,
Stampers. & Ladles,
Brushes, Oil, Zead, Shot,
Powder, &c., Ac., to many things
to mention Call and examine before pur-.
'• * chasing elsewhere.
>1
Produce
wanted in exchange ;
* •* • .-f , IT : ;t/r - •'. .; >.-. •
Eyerjr thiqg will bo found here that belongs to a
-• f '
first class Grocfery and Provision Store.
- . , • D BILLINGS.
Tunkhannock,Pa. Apr. 9, 1867-v6n35-tf.
WANTED.
TWO GOOD BOYS to learn the Carriage busi
ness. One, to learn the Ironing; and one to learn
the painting business.
None but boys of steady habits need apply.
J. CAMPBELL.
Tunk., Pa. May 15th 1567 -v-6nto-3wks.
GETTYSBURG ASYLUM
,9 3 tlr „.
FOR INVALID SOLDIERS.
laeorporatel by Act of Assembly of the Common
wealth of Pennsylvania, March 6, 1867,
The Boari of Supervisors appointed by the abovo
corporation to curry out thg objects of the act of in
corporation, retpcHfnilV announce to the public that
the Legislature of Pennsylvania has authorized the
maintenance of an Asylum tor Imalid Soldiers ot
the late war, ta be built on the battle-field of Get
tysburg, and as an iii iucetnctt to patriotic citizens
to contribute to this beneyojent, object, have cinpow
c red iint (blbvra Jou to disti fijisLe "linofigst the sub
scribers such articles of value and interest, from as
sociation tvjHi tjie lnt war, or any mopeya, effects,
property, or estate, real or personal, whatever, in
this Stato or efidwliere, at- such time Pt upon such
terms, and in such way and manner whatsoever, as
to them shall seem fit, and laws of. this Common
wealth to the contrary notwithstanding.
The enterprise is cordially recommended by the
following named well-known gentlemen :
Mamr General George G. Moade,
Andrew G. Curtiu,
Major-General Golushn Pennypacker,
% Majpr-Gener,il E. M. Gregory,
Majrr-Genernl John R Brooke,
M ijor-General Charles 11. T. Collis, .
Major General H'y J. Madill,
Msy'oc-General Jag. Selfridge,
Brigadier (Hncrt-.l James A. Beaver,
Brigadier General Horatio G. Sickles,
Brigadier General Joseph F. Ivuipe,
Brigadier General Wm. J- Bolton,
Brigadier General Satn'l M. Zulick,
Brigadier General John K. Murphy,
Brigadier General John F Ballier,
Brigadier General T, F. McCoy,
Brigadier General R. E. WinsloiV,
Brigadier General Henry Pleasants,
Brigadier General J. M. Campbell,
Brigadier General Thos. M- Walker.
Brigadier General Win Cooper,
Brigadier General D. W. M, Gregg, ,
Colonel F. S", Sturdevant.
The site for tho institution (thirty acres) has al
ready been purchased, and it is hoped that the good
jvork may commmenee before midsummer.
Subscriptions will be received at the office of the
Association, No. 1126 Chestnut street, Philadelphia,
on and after Monday, the Gth day of May, 130/.
For eath subscription of five dollars a certificate
will be issued, which will entitle tho bolder to such
article of value as may be awarded to its number.
The first distribution of awards will bo made im
mediately upon the receipt of SU,GOU subscriptions,
of 85 eavlv
The distribution will bo public, and under tho di
rect supervision of the Corporators.
Persons at a distance are requested to remit their
subscriptions (when practicable) by Post office mon
ey order, or registered letter, to insure prompt de
livery.
Direct alflotttrsto <■
J H/HQJTMAX, ..
Secretary Board of Supervisors.
Box 1,431, P. 0., Philadelphia.
The following is a schedule of the awards to be
made under tlie fii t distribution. The items of Dia
monds aud Other precious stones were purchased
l'roui citizens of tnc .South during the war .heir
genuineness is certified to by Mess" .me A Bros.,
the most extensivo diamond impmicrs in tho coun
try, arid by J. Herman, diatnind setter, New York.
GETTYSBURG ASYLUM FOR INVALID. SOL
DIERS . -
lueorj ir.-Fsd by Act of Assembly bf tho Common
wealth of Pennsylvania. March 6, ISG7.
1 OCce 1126 Chestnut Street. - Philadelphia,
FIRST DISPOSITION.
Eighfy Thousand Subscribers at Five Dollars Each,
1, 1 Diamond Necklace, 43 Billiiints,
valued at - • 830,000
2, 1 Diamond Cluster Brooch and Ear
Ring 15,00®
3, 1 Award 10-40 Government Bonds-• 10,000
4, 1 Diamond Cross, set
5, 1 Dioiuonl Cluster Brooch 5.000
6, 1 Award 10-40 Government Bonds- 5,000
7, 1 Diamond Single Stone B.ing 4,5UQ
8, 1 Diamond Clu.-ter Bracelet 4.000
0, 1 Diamond Single Stone Starf Pio* 4,090
10, 1 Diamond Cluster Biuoch 4,C00.
11, 1 Diamond Cluster Bracelet • 4.000
12, 1 l'air Single Stono Diamond Ear
nings 3,500
13, J Diamond Cluster Brooh 3,0C0
11 1 Award 10-45 Government Bonds 3,000
13 I Diamond Siuglc St >:ie Pin 3,000
16 1 Diamond Single Stone Pin 3.00U
17 :1 Si.'trfonri Qluftcr Brooch • , 2 500
18 I Diar.or. 1 Single Stone Ring 2 500
19 1 Didimrld and Eui- r.itd ffrtceh 2,500
20 1 Diamond Single Stane Ring 2.000
,21 .1 Diamond Cluster Ring 1,500
22 I Long India 'Camel's Hair Shawl 1,500
23 1 Choice Emerald Stud 1,500
21 1 Single Stone Diamond Riag 1,000
25 to 34 10 Awards of 10-10 Government
. Band}, esch ono0 n 0
35 tinond -iud Ruby, hall
hoop- Ring I 0
36 1 Diamon I Single Stone Ear Knobs f 0
31 1 Pair Diamond Cluster Studs I 0
33 1 Diamond Single-Stone Riug, star so
39 1 Diamond Single "Stone Pin f 0
40 1 i'i.uii'i; ! ("Uitcr Bracelet MB
4! to 50 iU Awards of 10-49 Governine -
Bonds, each 500
51 1 Lady's Diainoni-icfc-'Watch 500
J 52 1 d iamond Single Stone Ring 350
53, 1 Diamand a i Opal v'iuaterilDßg 250
54 1 Di; El >nd Single Stone Bang 2iJO
55 1 Pais Kmcrftt Scarl' Pitis . , 100
56 1 Dftimtmd Single Stone Stud 150
I 57 1 Diamond Cluster l'in 100
53 1 Game.) mad Pearl; Brooch and Ear
Rings 100
50 to 153 100 Awards 10-40 Governiqpnt Bonds,
acl 4 \ '' V- • 160
159 to fOO Awards; Government Legal Tcn-
ders, each 50
3,000 Affords, Government Legal lender?,
■ > ufoh y • 5
TfcV dl#ri%utioti %bove fee made
in public as soon as the subscription is full, of whbb
due notice will be given through the papers. On and
after May Oth the Diamonds will be on exhibition at
the office of the Association.
The public can confidently rely on everything be
ing conducted in the most honorable and fair man
ner. All the awards will be handed to certificate
holders, immediately 'after tl\e distribution, free of
all cost, at the office of the Company, No. 1120
CHESNUT Street, Philadelphia.
CERTIFICATE.
We hereby certify that we have examined the Di
amond Goods, Pearls, Emeralds, Rubies, and other
Prerfbr.s Stones, as described in the above list, and
find them all genuine.
IIENLH BRO'S, Diamond Importers,
26 MAIDEN LANE, New York.
J HERMANN, Di emond Sett r.
394 BROOME Street, New York,
AGENTS WANTED.
Books can be had containing Twenty Cortifichtes,
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS.
All orders for Certificates must be addressed to
J. I> HOFFMAN, Secretary.
Box 1481, Post Office, Philadelphia,
v6n39-2moß.
" Our KctterA Family Sewing Ma.
eliit with all the new improvements, is the best,
and . capest and most beautiful Sewing Machine in
tlft win id, No" .tier sbhlng has so match
cHcDyJc( a great range |f work, including the
d6ncate ana ingenious processes, of " Hemming"
Braiding, Binding Embroidering, Felling, Tucaing
Cording, Gatliering, Ac-., & a,
The Bftihch Offices are well supplied with S' .
Twist.'Thread, Needles, <Oil, Ac,, of the very oost
quality,
Send for a Pamphlet,
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY".
453 Broadwaj-, New Y'ork,
Philadelphia Office?
81CHESTNUT STREET
HARVEY SICKLER. Agent,
v4n43
CLOV/.R-SEED
IN ANY QUANTITY TO SUIT PURCHASERS,
can now be had at
. / ;t ; { /} j U2M3I /?
A, B. MOTT'S eornor atore.
FOR NON-RETENTION OR INCONTINENCE
of Urine, irritation, inilamation, or alteration of the
bladder, of kidneys, diseases of the prostrate glands.
Etono in the bladder, calculus, gravel or brick dust
deposits, nni all diseases ot the bladder, kidneys,
and dropsical swelllings.
UK HELMBQLU'S FLUID EXTRA OT BOOHC.
DEL. LACK, k WESTERN R R.
.a JlTij - mWi tan
Winter Arrangement—Dec, 3d,
PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE
WESTWARD | XASTWARD.
Morning | Even'g | STATIONS ) Morn'g | Evening
Train | Tra'n | | Train | Train.
A. M | P.M. | |A. M. |P. M,
9.00 New" York*-" 5,20 H
►p. 12,18 Mnnunka Chunk-•• • 1,35 p !
O 12,45 Delaware...-Diuo•• 130 ps !
& 4,30.-10, 9,45 6,20 < !
o 5,36 11,43 Nicholson 8,35 4,30 1
=3 5.58 12,08 Hopbottom 8,13 4,05 £ ,
3 d>2b 12,38 Montrose 7,55 3.35 _ j
S 7,00 1.35 Great Bend 7,15 240 W j
OA.M' P. M. 'Foot of Liberty St. A. M. P. M -t^
CONNECTIONS—Westward,
Tho MORNING TRAIN from New York con
nects at MANUNKA CHUNK with }ho train leav
ing Philadelphia (Kensington Depot) at 7 30 a. m.
and at GREAT BEND with the through Mail Train
on the Erie Railway, with sleeping car attached,
stopping at all the principal stations on that road,
aDd arriving at Buffalo at 6 18*a, m:
The Passenger train from Scranton connects at
Great Bend with through trains going west and east
on Erie Railway, arriving at Buffalo at l.p 8 a. m„
aid at Salamanca at 12 in.
Eastward.
The MORNING TRAIN from Great Bend con
nects thero with the Cincinnati Express on the Erie
Railway from the West; at Manunka Chu k with
a train for Philadelphia and intermediate stations,
s.rriving in Philadelphia at 6.30 p. m.' and at New
Hampton with a train for Easton. Bethlehem, Al
lentown, Reading and Ilarrisburg, arriving at Har
risburg at B*3o p. in.
At SCRANTON, connections are ma do with
trains on the Lackawanr.a and Illoomsburg Rail
roan to and from Pittston, Kingston, Wilkesbarre.
Berwick, Bloomsburg, Danville, Northumberland
Ilarrisburg and intermediate stations, and with
trains on the Delaware and Hudson Rnilroad to
and from Carbondale and intermediate stations
J. BRIBBIN. Pretident.
R. A. TIBNRY. General Ticket Agent. je29tf
NEW FANCY
AND
TRMMING STORE.
Tioga Street, Tunkhannoek, Pa.
MHJS. K LEASE.
HAVINfi lately opened anew Fancy Store., of
fers for sale an entirely new assortment of
Dress Trimmings, White Goods. Embroideries
Ladies Zopher, in all colors. Kid Gloves, Cuffs and
Collars, Lace, Veils, Corsetts, LndicsNo.-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, Brouze, Papier Mache Tin, Rose
wood. Glass, Pewter, Wooden, Parian and Candy
Toys,
For Ladies.
Cosmaties Ac., Such as Pomades, Oils, Bandolina
bloom of youth and Pa ints, Rouge, Lilly White Ac
MRS. E. LEASE.
Tunkhannoek, May 1, 1966
vo- n37-tf,
GROVESTEEN & CO..
pi AND pom
MANUFACTURERS
4:99
Broadway
•NEW-YORK
The attention < f the public and the trado is invi
ted to our now scale 7 octave rosewood piano
fortes which for v plume and purity of tone are unri
valled by any hitherto ofi'ered in this market, They
contain all the modern i nprovements. French Grand
action harp pedal iron frame over-strung brass, Ac.
and each instrument being made under tho personal
supervision of Mr. J. H Grovesteen, who has had a
practical experience of over 30 years in their manu
facture,is fully warranted in every particular.
THE 'GROVESTEEN
received the highest reward ot
MBOTT
0 VER ALL OTHERS,
THE ELESRATES
WORLD'S FAIR
Where were exhilited instruments from the best ma
kers of London, Paris. Germany, Philadelphia Bal
timore, Boston and Now York ; . and also at the
Amerioun Institute for five successive years, the
guld and silver medals from both of which can bo
bocn at our ware room.
By the introduction of improvements we make a
still more perfect Piano forte und by manufacturing
largely, with a strictly cash system, are enabled to
offer these instruments at a price which will preclude
competition.
Terms Net Cash, in Current Fundsv
r- Descriptive circulars sent free.
vstn4s-lyear A A C,
N(^
Having purchased the entire interest in tho Pho
tographic Gallery in this place, I take pleasuro in
informing my friends and the public in general that
1 am pre]>are<l to produce pictures of every descrip
tion, including
PHOTOGRAPHS,
CARTES BE ' VISITS,
VIONETTHS. AMBKOTYPMS
MELAINOTYPES, FERROTYPES,
IVORYTYPE,&c. See,
Being possessed of every facility, I FEEL CON
FIDENT of giving entire satisfaotion. All are re
quested to call ard examine, aqd
"Seize tho shadow, ere the substance fade."
All kinos of colored work done at the shortest no
tice and in the best style of the art. Also all kirds
of copying done from old pictures, from card to
size. Satisfaction guaranteed.
L. W. HERMANS. nl
Tunk. Apr lfth, 1866.
SlTlSSlliS"
HATS & CAPS!
GROCERIES.
F or Sale at
f. L SIT HI. & CO'S.
On Bridge street
nearly opposite
Whcelock's old stand
—Ye iutSfc- " -
' u '' ' I- TUMHO -
MESHOPPEN, PA.
Respectfully nnouaeeß to lus cus
tomers and the puWio* that' he has
onhand and is prepared to manufacture
to order, on short notice, all kinds of
Carriages & Wagons.
Being himself -a workmen,
and having in Ids cmploymrnt com
petent workmen in. all "branches of the
business'; anu using material selected
from the best Eastern manufactories ;
he feels' confident th'at he' canj
ATISrACTION
to ALL who may favor them with
their patronage.
BLACKSMITHING,
PAINTING,
VARNISHING,
TRIMMING,
- AND;REPAIRING
DONE ON SHORT NOTICE
and in a workmanlike style
CHARGES ALWAYS MODEBATE.
He also keeps ON IL4ND A* D
FOR all kinds of Carriage m a
terial such as
MORTICED SPOKJ ,
BENT RIM BOWS, THILLS, I'OLE
OIL-COLT S TBIMMINGS, PAINT,
VIARNHEH TERPENTINE, CARRIAGE
BOLTS. SCREWS, MALEABLE. IRON <%C.
R. J. HALLOCK;
Meshoppen Pa. Jan. 30, 18gg
vsn2stf-
HARDWARE & IRON
j.' ' "
£••' : ";J ||
TIM <f • i' * ■■ -''■■■■■ |
HUNT SRO'S & BLAIR
NOW OFFER FOR SALE
IRON, STEEL, NAILS AND SPIKES, MINE
RAIL, RAILROAD SPIKES, ANVILS,
CELLOWS. PLAIN A CONVEX
IIOP.SE-SIIOES, HAM
MERED HORSE
NAILS.
WROUGHT IRON.
DHLBEIIS' 1111 mil.
CARPEN
TER.S' TOOLS,
(ALL WARRANTED,)
HUBS, SPOKES, L'ELLOES, SEAT
SPINDLES, CARRIAGE SPRINGS, AXLES.
PIPE BOXES, SPRING STEEL,
BOTTS, NUTS. WASH
ERS BELTING,
PACKING
GRIND STONES;
■ ' PLASTER
PARIS, CEMENT,
HAIR, SHOVELS, WHITE LEAD
FRENCH WINDOW
- ■ I AC., AC.,
ALSO SASTT,
DOORS AND BLINDS
ON HAND IN ASSORTMENT
AND MANUFACTURED 10 ORDER
LEATHEER AND FINDINGS
FAIZ2BAKS SALES.
' 1* : • - * •
truntcn. March 26. 1663. vln33
MUSIC STORE !
EGT Also agent for CHICKERNFG'S DECKER
BROS, and HAINES BROS PIANOS. ,and.
TREAT, LINSLEV A CO'S MELODLONS. #
Also kocpa a general itaok uf smaller Music a
Instruments, Sheet Music, A". .
C TT Church uud Sunday School Singing Books-
Instruction Books of all kinds, any of which will be
sent by mail upon receipt of the market price.
Orders from DEALERS andTEACERSU special
ly solicited. Address
3 L. B, POWELL. Scranton, Pa.
v6ns-I Y E ? R
CARRIAGES & BUGGIES.
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The Subscriber, a practical workman of long ex
perience, is now finishing off a large lot of new Car
riages and Buggies, at his Carriage shop
IN TUNIHANNOCK.
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Equal, if not superior, in Workmanship. Quality
of Material, and finish, to those turned out , at any
other shop in tho country. Those wiSning to buy
should
Call anb (Crantine Cljcm.
PAINING, VARNISHING:
TRIMMING AND REPAIRING,
Done on short notice and in a workmanlike Btyle.
Charges moderate.
J. CAMPBELL.
Jhaukhannock, Aug. 24, '65.
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ENFEEBLED AND DELICATE CONSTITU
TIONS, of both sexes, use Helmbold's Extract, Bu
chu. It will cerisk andgive energetic feelings and
enable you to sleep well.
ST OB IS! '
Nicholson Pa„ "* **
Wm, 0, GARDNER & CO
have just received a largo and splendid iM
goods consisting of
Jmtg Montis
CLOTHING,
BOOTS A 6H019,
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HATS AND CAPS,
UMBRELLAS,
TRAVELLING BAGS and TRUNIN
Cloths,
Cassimeres,
Testings,
Trimmings,
YANKEE NOTIONS
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All goods sold by us warranted as recommend*#
Our aim "To keep goodGoods, M
Our motto, "Not to be undersold."
In'connection with the store is a
TAILOR-SHOP.
GARMENTS CUT AND MADE IN TBI
LATEST STYLE.
PUB MIS II HfilllGL
W. 0. GARDNER & CO.
Nicholson, Pa.
C- D- GEARHAirre..
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Foundry, Machine,
AND
STOVE SHOPS,
ON WARREN STREET,
TUMHAMOCK, PA.
Having had a life-long experience as Foundry
men and Maebinests, and employing none but the
best workmen the undersigned pledge themselves
to execute all work in their jine in a style aot sar.
passed by any similar establishing ia the eountTy-
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MILL GEARINGS
made and fitted up on short notice, from patterns en
hand ot all sizes,
PLOWS, CULTIVATORS
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and other Farming Implements.
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ALSO
STOVES OF ALL KINDS.
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Tin, Sheet-Iron, and
V
HOLLOW-WARE.
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LAMPS, LEAP, PIPES, Ac., Ac.
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always on kand or forniihtd to order*
C. D, GEARHART, & CO.
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