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Local and Personal.
T photographer*.--A good one-half sir#
and ail othef necessary material for carrying
he PhMogrnphiug business, for sale at a bargain.
- material is nearly new, and will be sold from 10
' \ per cent below New York prices. For furthov
k mistioa inquire at this office 29tf.
Sieved.— Messrs. Hass A Stansbuvy, Cabinet-
Jl ; fr , have removed their shop to the planing mill
0 1,. Peckham, with whom we learn they have
*-med a partnership for the manufacture of furni
on a more exiensi ve scale.
Vow Harness Shop.—Mr. John Hastings has
yoed a new Harness 9hop, just opposite this office,
1 eing of the old " Fort Sumpter'' building
.' .an hopes by using good stock and doing good
, r ii to deserve a share of the public patronage in
Vendues. —P. A. Miller, of Eaton, will sell on
Thursday (fo morrow) Cows. Yearlings, Horses, Ac.,
it bis residence in Eaton Township.
benjamin Kinfner, Administrator of Christian
Push late of Washington township, will sell on Fri
(jn the 13th inst, Cows, Sheep, Ac., at the late resi
dence of deceased.
Elista Stevens, of Eaton, advertises Cews, Year
lings Horses, Wagons, Farming Utensils. Household
Furniture, Ac., for sale on Tuesday the I7th inst.
Curtis Harding, of Eaton, advertises Cows, Horses,
for Safe oh Thursday, 19th inst.
Chat.—lt is understood that G. 11, Eastman is
stout to open up the Boot A Shoe making business
on a much larger scale thaa heretofore attempted io
ibis ricinity. Mr Eastman, who is fresh from the
furetnanship of the largest Chicago Manufactory,
■pi-seises a thorough acquaintance with the business
in all its departments and will introluce the latest
■pprored machinery in the trade. Under his man
agement success is certain.
It is talked —and doubtless with truth —that Miss
Fannie Bacon, keeps the most perfect order in her
school-room which enables her to teach the young
ideas how to shoot a little closer to iho mark than
The talk is that quite a number of the "bloods"
of town got on their high healed boots aud had
quite a high old time on Saturday. One or two
templars, got what is called ''slightly exhilerated "
The common chaps got drunk, "boisterous" and
Look out, boys, or the "sarpints" will be after
It is said that work at Palen Bros". Tannery has
been partially suspended for some week* past on
account of the severe cold and drouth The past few
days of warm weather has thawed them out.
Tho icebridge across the river, at this place, seems
to be good yet notwithstanding the thuwy weather
Ssveral unbaptixed Eatonians appeared in town to
Itts said that Bnmoeß A Bannatyne are selling
goods below New York wholesale prices. They are
ihortly to go out of trade here The lease and bal
ance of stock has been purchased by Mr. De
trick, son-in-law of camuel Stark, who will continue
It is rumored that the stage from Montrose, which j
has been snow-bank bound for several days, has got -
through with three week's later news from Africa.
11. W. Rhodes has sold the brick-yard lot, tools, :
.ioJ fixtures to a Mr. Guernsey, of Susquehanna
Onti'y Mr. G. will continue the business of mak- 1
Unless Madam Rumor has greatlv imnnsci upon ]
the often too credulous ear of the public, a very se
rious estrangement, misunderstanding or sjiat. oc
curred at this place, w thin the pu few di; - be
tween a loving couple who bad conclude i to r. y
unite the rivulets oi their lives, into one broader
smoother stream "The course of true love.'' it is !
•aid, "never did run smooth," Oh, fie ! young'n's.
Don't be foolish. Let bygones, bo by-goues—kiss
and make up. There, now, that's a couple of good
Lehigh Valley It. R. Extension.—The
Lehigh Valley Railroad Company's North Branch
Extension, buihiiug under the charter of Pennsylva
nia and New York Canal an-l Railroad Company,
between Wilkes Burro and the New York State line,
is open to traffic at both ends, from Wilkes-Barre to
Pittston at the South end, 10 miles, and between
Towanda and Wavsrly at the North end. 16 miles,
leaving uncompleted but progressing, 76 miles be
tween Pittston and Townn la
It will be seen that titenty eight per cent of the
entire North Branch division is in operation. When
the whole division shall have been opened to traffic,
the Lehigh Valley Railroad Company will operate
206 miles of maiu line, from Easton to Warerly, be
sides its Beaver Meadow and Mnhanny branches.—
And as the cars of the Lehigh Valley Railroad Co.
will run north and northwest to the lakes, and south
and east to tidewater, the area of its future opera
tions, bounded by the sea and by the lakes, contains
an immense population.— Fcrnon's Mining Reg.
' Throw physic to the dogs ; I'll none of it.
To make assurance doubly sure
I'll take" —Plantation Bitters.
- They never fall.
This great Stomachic Heeler is just what the peo
ple need. It is a remedy they can rely no F'or
liytpepsin, Heartburn, Headache, D ixiness, Ague,
Liver Complaints, Pains in the Side and Back, it
has no equal ; not the least among its virtues is its
extreme pleasantness to the taste and ten eradiate
beneficial effect. Try it, suffering Dyspeptics, and
be cured. Such are the assertions of those situated
> knew From the vast amount of this article sold,
it must have great merit.
A delightful unlet article—superior to Co
logne and at half the price.
SMekllfS* is an afl'iotion that waits on us a'l.—
None are exempt and there are none but n-cd re
lief from its attacks Wboiver can furnish this be
comes our benefactor. A conviction prevails that
Dr. Ayrr does it- Disorders of the blood have been
healed by bis Sarsaparilla. and affecti ns of the
lung* by his C'eery Pectoral, too frequently and
too distinctly to be disputed. His Ague Cure is
said, by those who use it, to never fail. Reader, if
you must have medical aid, take the best of medi
cine. Poor remedies are dear as good are cheap, at
any price you have to pay for them. Charleston
What changed your gray hair to its natural
color 1 Mrs. S. A Allen's Improved (new sty It) flair
Restorer, or Dressing, combined in one bottle. Price
One Dollar. Sold by all Druggists.
Be W ise to-day.—'Tis madness to neglect a
cough or cold, however slight Consumption my
follow, and though Dr. 11 'istar's Balsom of ft ild
Cherry baa frequently cured this dreaded disease,
for the primary diseases of the throat, lungs and
chest, it always cures where other remedies fail
Returned.— The County Commissioners who
have been holding Courts of Appeal in the several
townships of the County have returned and will lis
ten to the touching appeals of the tax-payers of
Tunkhannock Township and Borough. Their petil*
by frost and snow hs ve been great, but they re|iort
hospitable treatment and good cheer in every stop
Marleab, or " The Wild Flower " the celebrated
Indian doctress, is now stopping lor a limned time
at Wall's Hotel in this place, where she pr .js.-s to
treat all chronic, or diseases of long standing, by the
Indian methods of treatment,by roots bark and herbs.
Can be consulted nt all boors, Sundsys excepted.
C cultafiete free.
Drawn to serve at April Term, 1808,
Rrsintrini—Jacob Knspp. Albert G. Overfleld
Clinioo— Lewis Armstrong, John V. Whitney.
Katnu— Nelson Rog rs.
Falls— Chauncey Sherwood.
Mebor>aoy—Zura Evans, Wm. liurgesa, Benj. B.
Jayne, Elias Kerns.
Meshoppen-E J. Mowrey.
Northuioreland —John Myers.
Nicholson—Jedediah Hewitt, Silas Harding.
Tank. Twp Wra M Stark, B F, Hight.
Tunk Born'. —Abrain Hoadiy.
Windham —Mark Keeney, A. J. Hunt, Luther
Sturdevant, Alva Fasaett, G. W. Smith.
Braiutrim—L D. Sturdevant, Benj E. Wakemnn.
Eaton—Ja<-ob M. Brungess. Stevens Dana, Jesse
Exeter—John W Roberts
Falls— Theron Brown, Reuben Bender, Joseph K.
Roberts. Riley Sickler.
Forkston—Giles 11. Burgess
Lemon—Gilbert Travis, Geo. Lewis.
Meboopany— Theron Vaughn, James S, Carpen
ter, C. K. Arnst, Wm. Russell.
Merhoppen- James Bunnell, D. T. Sterling.
Monroe —Byron Kuokle, Charles Deßoamer.
Nicholson—Levi Pedr ck.
North Branch—Grant Burgess.
Ovcrfielu —Andrew Miller, James Stevens.
Tunk Twp.—Jaines Harding, Wm Caskey, Ed
gar Killings, John Jackson.
Tunk. Boro'.—Robert Bannatyne, Mortimer Ter
Windham—Harlow Fassett, II S. Graves
Washington —James Bunnell, James VulentiDe.
EASTMAN—KELLER—In Scranton, Pa., March 3,
1969. at the house of the bride, by Rev. B D,
Sturdevant. Mr M J Eastman, of Tunkhannock,
and Miss Mary Keller, of Scranton.
With the above notice wm received the regards of
Miles in the shape of n greenback May Miles nev
er sue the day he will wnnt for them, and may Miles'
Boy speedily see the day he will not want them.
CANFIELD—Of Consumption,at tho Lur.erne House,
in West Pittstoa, James E. CunfielJ, in the 29th
year of his age.
Friends and physicians could not save
This mortal body from the grave.
James was not startled when told that he must
die. He had only to regret hie neglect of a prepara
tion for death, till so late an hour. He died calmly
trusting in tho mercy of his Saviour. He expressed
his anxiety to his father, that he might go home ami
see bis mother, sisters, brother. aDd young associates,
before he died. But when told that it was impossi
ble. he was resigned to hi* fate, and requesieJ hi*
father to stay by bim till be died, and then bring
him home to be buried. His sisters have lost au af
fectionate brother; his parents, a dutiful son.
JOSLIN—In Caibondale city, Tuesday, 25th ult.,
Martie 0., youngest daughter of Edwin F. and
Julia A. Joel in. aged 1 year and 11 months.
Smiling, she was borne to her rest
" Death has robbed us rf our treasure,
And the angels have her now,
Where nu shade of pain or sorrow
Comes to cloud our darling's brow."
Like the volcano, Boils give issue to the foul and
fiery contents of the deep interior. To remove the
cause of such suffering it is only necessary to vitalise
the Blood by supplying it with its Life Element,
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP,
(a protected solution of th- Protoxide of Iron) will
do this efife-on >Hv, nr.d give strength, rigor and
neir life f o ti.e eh 'c system
Es'rct of a Lot-or :>• :n ifi-v Rtcasttti S. Er as, <>P
' For years I -vas a sufferer r r m: fJoiis so that tnv
life Iwo.tuie we.iria.oiie through their frequent and
[<er-ieten! recurrence ; find!? a carbun-le formed in
the sm .1! of my back. Luring its progress large
pieces of decomposed fle-h weie wvery day or two
cut away, and the prostration and general disturb
ance of the system were great. Before I bad recov
ere.l from this attack two smaller carbuncles broke
out higher up, and i was again threatened with a
recurrence of the sufferings to which I had so long
been subjected It was >.t this titne that I commenc
ed taking the PERI, VIAN SYRL'P. I continued
taking it until I bad used five bottles ; since then I
have had nothing of the kind. For years I was one
of the ere.itesf sufferers. Other medicines gave me
partial and temporary relief, but this remarkable
remedy, with a kind and intuitive sense.went direct
ly to the root of the evil, and did its work with a
thoroughness worthy of its established character."
A32 paga Pamphlet sent free Thu genuine has
'Permian Syrup" blown in the glass.
J. P. DINSMORE, Proprietor.
No 36 Dy St., New York
Sold by ail druggists.
The best known remedy for
in all its manifold foruis including Ulcere, Cancere, |
Pvpbili*. Suit Rheum, C-usuuipttoo, etc., ie Da. An- |
lints' IOWIXK WATER, a pure solution of lodioe
WITHOUT A B'ILVKXT, discovered after uiany years of
scientific rewsr h and experiment. For eradicating
humors from the system it ha; no equal. Circulars
J. P. DINSMORE,
' Sold by Druggists generally. 36 Dey St., New York-
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RE
The basis of iu reincdi.il properties is a vegetable
IT WILL RESTORE GRAY HAIR TO ITS ORIG
It will keep the hair from falling out.
It cleanses the sculp and makes the hair soft, lus
trous and silken.
It is a hair dressing.
R P lI.ALL A CO. Nashua, N H , Proprietors.
For sale by all druggists.
TO CONSUMPTIVES -
The Risv. EDWARD A WILSON will send (free
of charge) ts all who dessue it the prescription with
the directions ,or making and using the simple rem
edy by which he was ured of a lung affection and
' that dread disease Consumption Hie only object is
j to benefit the afflicted and he hopes every sufferer
' will try this prescription, as it will cost them nothing
and may prove a blessing. Please address
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
No. 165 South Second St., Williamsburg New York
Commercial College—The suceess of Gard
ner's Business College and Ladies' Academy, at
1 Seranton, hu surpass# 1 all expectation The course
of study is more thorough -the terms are cheaper
and give better satisfaction than any other College
f the kind in Northern Pennsylvania. Lile Schol
arship d 5 00. Clubs at reduced rates Send tor
aollege Paper giving full particulars. Address J.
! C Gardner. Principal. Seranton, Pa. u7nloyl
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A Gentleman who suffered for years from Neivous
1 Debility, Premature decay, and all the effects of
youthful in iscretion, will, for the sake of suffering
humanity, send free to all who need it the recipy
and directions for making the simple remedy be
which he was cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by
the advertiser's experience, can do so by addressing
| in perfect c infi lence,
! JOHN B. OGDON, 43 Cedar Street, New York.
THE CopartrershipS heretofore existing between
Jennings Brn.. J C. Kimner and 0. h Vaughn,
is this day dissolved by mutual consent
The Books Mod Accounts of the late firm will be
• settled i.y the undersigned, who will continue busi
i nff.s lit the oM iAn 1 on
rfie Rurfy-Py System.
! Thankful for past favo:. we solicit a continuance
iof public patromge. trusting that we can make
j HEADY-PAY * benefit to ourselves aui customers-
• KINTN'KR A VAUOHS.
lfvb-wpeey, Pa , Mr*h 3, fWB.
SELLING AT RETAIL.
IjalJ; pillion |)ollani
Unequalled in Fabric, Cut and Work
A Sacrifice without a Parallel in the Clothing Trade '
Selling at les* than HALF THEIR VALUE, manu
factured the present teuton ; Retailing 60 per cent,
below actual cost of production.
TIIIS GREAT SALE
is conducted by
BALDWIN, The Clothier, North Bast
Cor. Broadway and Canal, N. Y.
N. B.—Retail Clothing Merchants, CASH buyers,
will find this etock very attractive.
TERMS. -Net t Casb.--v7n29w2
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE.
is hereby given that in pursuance of an
LN Order of the Orphan's Court of Wyoming coun
ty, directed to the undersigned as Administrator of
the estate of Wm. H Wright, dee'd, he will expose
to public sale on the premises, in Monroe Township,
on Thursday, April 2.1, IS6S, at one o'clock in the
forenoon, a tract ol land situate in the township of
Monroe, Wyoming county, Pa., bounded and de
scribed as follows, to wit: On the North by land
unknown, being wild laud, on the East by Hervey
A James Pbenix, on ihe Sooth by Bowman's Creek,
on the West by lands of Charles Wright, containing
about Eighty-Fivb Acres, be the same more or
lest, about lorty acres thereof improved, with a frame
dwelling house, frame barn, shed, core ciib, and
other out buildings and apple orchard (hereon, with
the appurtenances, late the estate of Woo. H. Wright
deceased, and will be sold to the highest and best
Turns of Sal*.— Ten per cent, of one-fourth of
the purchase money shall be paid at the striking
down of property, the one-fourtb lew ten per cent,
at the confirmation of sale, and the remaining three
fourths in one year thereafter, with interest from the
confirmation nisi CHARLES WRIGHT,
March 2, 1869n30w-l Administrator
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TnE UNITED
STATES for the Western District of Pennsylva
nia. In matter of Riley Sickler, Bankrupt.
To whom it mi y Concern : The undersigned here
by gives notice of bis appointment as Assignee of
Riley Sickler, of Fails township in the county of
Wyoming and State of Pennsylvania, within said
District, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt on bis
own petition by (be Distrirt Court of sa : d District
Dated Falls township the 22d day of February A.
d* PERRY COLVIN, Assignee.
THE Copartnership heretofore existing betneen
R. J Hallock and S R. Ferrel of Meeboppen,
has this day been dissolved by mutual consent The
books and accounts will be settled by R. J. Hallock,
who will keep up a stock of general merchandise
and solicits the patronage of the public, at the old
R. J. HALLOCK,
S. R FERKEL.
Meshoppen, Pa., Feb. 15, '68.-029w3
In re partition if estate of John Armstrong late of
Eaton Tounship, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed by the
Orphan's Court of Wyoming County, an Auditor to
make distribution of the assetts uad report in the
above entitled case, will attend lo the duties of his
appointment, at his office in the Borough of Tunk
FRIDAY, MARCH 27th, '63, at one o'clock P. M :
at which time and place all persons intcrcst-d in
s.ti.t di-tri'uti ,t aie i-.I present tn*ir •'aim-
US he debarred fposa o aiag in fee a h .re i < eeid
,1-m •- i'AKVKi -S!i KLL'R. Auditor.
Tunk, I'a. ; March 4'n. If'jSnoOwd
THE undersigned bating l.eeu appointed by the
Court of Common Pleas of Wyoming County au
Auditor to distribute the fund arising from the Sher
iffs sale of the real estate of Isaac N. Lacey will
attend to the duties of bis appointment, at his office
in the Borough of Tunkhsonock, on THURSDAY,
MARCH 26th, 1869, at I o'clock P. M; at which
time and place all persons interested in said tuud
are required to present their claims, or be debarred
from coming in ujam the saute.
HARVEY SfCKLER, Auditor.
Tunk., I'a., March 4, 1368n30w4
tX'MBER FOR SALE.
HOUBE BUILDER* nd others, will find * full
SEASONED PINE LI MBER
For Sale at Tunkhannock.
This LI MBER, which was manufactured at Walt
man's Steam Saw Mill m Bradford county, is of the
best quality, and well seasoned
Boards will dress to inch. Plank to 1} and 1
inches in thickness.
Buyers wishing their lumber planed, matched,
Ac., will find Planing Milts at this place to do the
work. For particulars consult
E J. KEENEY, Agt.
Tunkhannock, Jan. 1, 1368.
P. C. BURNS dr PRO.
STOCK OF JEWELRY
of the latest styles.
GOLD RINGS, 18 Carets fine.
SOLID GOLD SETTS JEWELRY",
Gents' Masonic and Scarf Pins.
Sleeve and Collar Buttons, he., As.
Solid and Plated Sileer Spoons,
Forks, Napkin Rings,
Cake, Pie and Butter Knives,
Castors, Cake and Card Baskets,
Nut-Picks, Ac , Ae.
From ROGERS A BRO '3 Silver Plated Ware Co.
CLOCKS and WATCHES
of the latest American and European Manufacture.
Tunkhannock, Dec. 18,
A Physiological View of Marriage,
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Andl3o 6oe flutes and engraviog' of the
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with the Author's Plan of Treatment —the only ra
tional and successful mode ot Cure, as shown by the
report of eases treated. A tru'hful adriser to the
married and tboee contemplating marriage, who en
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of postage to any address, on receipt of .5
stump# or portal currency, by addressing DR. LA
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author may be consulted upon ear of the diseases
upon "hi -b his book treats. either personal! or by
mail- .Medicines sent to any part of too world. Off'
A Btsutifully Illustrated Bik. worth a Thousand
TV.Hera sent free to any addres* n seoeipt of 25 cts.
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ORPHAN'S COTTRT SALE.
N OTICE is hereby given tbut, iu pursuance of an
order of Hie Orphans' Court of Wyoming Co.,
rtirei ted to the undersigned Guardian of the minor
children of George S Tattoo, dee'd, he will expose
to public sale on Friday tbe 2(!tb day of March,
1868, at one o'clock P M., for cash, all that certain
lot, piece or parcel of land situate in Tunkhennock
township, county aforesaid, and described us follows:
Beginning at a corner on East side of public toad
leading to Montrose and at the South West corner of
land ol Thos Osterhout. thence East along the line
of said Osterhout'B land to a corner, land of Benja
min Stemples ; thence South on a line of said Stem
pies to the North East corner of lands of Samuel
Stark ; thence West along the line of said Stark to
the said public road, and thence North along tbe
East side of said road to the place of beginning ;
containing twenty-five acres of land, more or less,
with the appurtenances, Ac., with one small house,
and other improvements thereon, late the estate of
G. S. Tutton in suid order named, and to be sold ai
the Court House in Tunkhannock Borough, at the
time above stated, to tie highest and best bidder.
CHARLES J HENRY, Guardian. Ac.
BY virtue of u writ of Fieri Facias to me direct
ed, there will be exposed to public sale at tbe
Court House in Tuokbannock, Wyuming Co., Pa.,
SATURDAY, MARCH 14th, '6B, at 1 o'clock P. M.
All the right, title and interest of the defendant in
and to that certain piece, parcel or tract of land sit
uate and being in the township of Nicholson, Wyo
ming County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described
as follows, to wit: On the North by land of George
Candee, Eat by land of Wm. Baylor, South by land
of Alfred Widerman, and West by land of Floyd
Sprague and Levi Pedrick, containing about thirty
six acres of land more or less, about twenty acres
thereof improved, with one frame house, one small
barn, and a small apple orchard and other fruit trees
thereon wiib the appurtenances.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Alfred
Widerman vs, Norman Sprague and G. B. Sprague
And will be sold for cash only by
M. W. DKWITT, Sheriff
Sheriffs Office, Tunk., Feb. 25, 1868n29w3
BY virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias to me directed
there will be exposed to public sale at the Court
House in Tunkhannock, Wyoming County, Pa.
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 14, '69, at 1 o'clock P M.
All the right, title and interest of the defendant in
and to that certain piece, parcel or tract of land sit
uate and being in the township of Braintrim, Wyo
ming County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described
as follows, to wit s On the North by land of Wm. S
Hall, East by land of James Doolittle, South by
land of the heirs of t.'harlei Keeney, dec'd, and West
by land of Henry Wilson, containing about nine and
one-fourth acres of land, more or less AH improved,
with one frame dwelling bouse, one cow shed, one
hog pen, and one small apple orchard and some oth
er fruit trees thereon, with the appurtenances.
and taken in execution at the suit of C. P.
Miller vs, Jacob F. Hal! and W m. S. Hall.
And will bo solU for onsn ou!j
M. W DEV ITT, Sheriff.
Tunk., Feb. 25, 1869n29w3
BY virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias to me directed
there will be exposed to public sale at tb Court
House in Tunkhannock, Wyomiog County, Pa.,
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 14. '66, at 1 o'clock P M.
The following described piece, parcel or tract of
land situate in the township of Overfield, County of
Wyoming and State of Pennsylvania, bounded as
follows : Beginning at a post and stones in tho cen -
tie of the road in Buckley's line, thence along the
same South 43J decrees West 54 and lour-fenth lur
ches to a post and stones ; thence North 4(iJ degrees
West sixty-one perches to a post in line of Harvey
lot, theDce along the same North 43J degrees East
54 and four-tenth perches to the road, thence along
the same South 4GJ degrees West sixty-one perches
to the place of beginning; containing twenty acres
and 119 perches he tho same more or less, about ten
acres thereof improved, with a small plank house
thereon with the appurtenances.
s ired ami t .ken iti exeeiit'on at the suit of Whit
nev 1 • nard u-eof (liios Leonard vs. Philip Put
And will bo <!d for ei h nnh bv
M. W DEW ITT, Sheriff.
Tunk., Feb. -5, 'GBu2Uw3.
FOUND, or can he
louud at Lyman A
Tunkhannock, Penn'a, and
- ~7- ~ ■ i ad other dealers, the Ur't
Exolish SWKKXV SPKCIK-
Sgrgfes lr Liwimest. This I.ini-
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and Li the best, cheapest, most powerful Liniment
ever offered to the public, for man or horse.
It has been used for many yeirs in Englard, by
the leading Farriers, and they have had the greatest
success with it of any liniment ever used for the cure
Those who have horses that sre sweenicd or lame,
have swelled joints, sprains, bruises, old sores, flesh
cuts, collar galls, Ac , should try this Liniment and
they will be convinced that it is superior to all other
If it does not give good satisfaction, return the
bottle half full, and your money will be refunded.
Put up in eonveuient form, and sold by all Drug
gi-ts and Storckeep-ers at 60 cents a bottle.
Don't fail to call for the Great English Sicetney
Middle town, N. Y., Feb. 13, 1669-tf.
From new Stereotype Plates, uniform with the New
Edition of DICKENS, containing all the notes
of the Author, and printed from the lat
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To be Completed In TwentyFlve Volumes.
Price 26 Cents Each.
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