North Branch democrat. (Tunkhannock, Pa.) 1854-1867, March 13, 1867, Image 3

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    Special Notices
ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE.
IETTERS of Administration, on the of
u Samuel Carey, late of Northmorelan d Township
Wyoming Ccuntv, dec'd, having been gran
undersigned-notice is hereby given to all I™
indebted to said estate, to make inimediate payi en ,
and all persons having claims agaiost widOecedeßt
to present th. ui duly autbentijated, for settlement,
without delay, to j M CAREY .
Centremoreland, M*r. 12tb, 1887.
GOING I GOING 1 ! GONE!!!
Having taken out a License under the United
States 100 as an auctioneer , and having had sev
eral rear's t-xpenewe in the busioes-; the subscri
ber flatters himself that he can sell goods, chatties,
and ieal estate at Public Sale or Vendue at prices
that will suit the seller, if not the purchaser. He
t ierefo:e offers his services to all who may need iliem
in this eapacity--t7harges always moderate,
U, icuer, o, ( , Ay
Meshopoen, Pa March 12th 1867.—v6u31-lmo.
AUDITOR'* NOTICE.
In matter of the distribution of fund derived
from SherijTs Sale of personal property of James
G Fmith.
The undersigned, having been appointdd an Au
ditor by the Court of Common Pleas of Wyoming
County, to distribute the fund ..rrising from the sal
ot the personal projierty of James (J. Smith, by
James L> Harding, late Sheriff ot said Coucty ; will
attend to the duties of his appointment, at his > ffiee
in Tunkhannock ISoro , on Thursday April 4'h 1367,
at 10 o'clock A M ; at which time and place all
persons are required to present their claims, or be
debarred from corning tn for a share of said fund.
HARVEY SICKLER, Auditor.
Tuukbonnock. March, 12, 1867.
BRIDGE LETTING-"
THE building of the Bridge Abutments and su
perstructure across "swail brook" run. at the
# ist'fide of Tuukhannock Borough, will be let to the
lowest responsible bidder, on or about the Ist of
April next. Plans and specifications may be seen
by calling on Secretary of Town Council.
By order of Burgess and Town Council
Wm. S. KUTZ, Burgess.
HARVEY SICKLER, Secretary.
CAUTION.
Having purchased of 11. A Conger of Meshoppen,
Pa the following-person tl property, t> wit : One
Span Horses, One Set Harness, One Light Spring
Wagon, and "ne Luin'er Wagon, and having given
I osseisiun of the same to the Said 11. A. Conger
during tuy will and pleasure. All persons are cau
tioned against molesting or in any way interfering
with the said property,*® they will do so at their
peril
HENRY DICKSON.
v6n3l 3w.
APPLIC ATION FOR PARDON,
An application lor the pardon ot Ira II Schooley
convicted for*map-slaughter, it November Session,
ot Wyoming County has been made to the Governor,
and is now pending.
NOTICE.
\\J hercas. my wife Miry has left my bed and
\Y board, without just cause or provocation. I
forbid any one Harboring or trusting her on uiy ac
count. a? I shall pay no debts of her contracting af
er this date. PORTER CARPLNTER.
Nicholson, Wy. Co Fa, Feb lS'.li, 1867.
FARM FOR SALE.
Situite partly in Northmoreland and partly in
Eatou Town hips; containing
SIXTY-SIX ACHES,
Well watered, with a fine young orchard, in bearing
Farm well adapted to Grain or grazing will be soi l
cheap for cash.
For further particulars enquire of R. R. LITTLE
Esq, Tunkkanuock, Pa , or ot F I>. CARPENTER
pittston..
# . v6n29-4w.
Kxecutrlx Notice.
LETTERS Testamentary having been granted the
undersigned on the estate of Earl 11, Carey !
late of Tunkhannock T iwnship, dec'd., all persons !
in iebted to said estate are requested to tnako imtne
diate payments, and those having claims against
sai l estate will present the sauie duly authenticated
for settlement to
ELIZABETH CAREY, Executrix.
Tunkhannock, Feb- IS, 1367.—v6n28-6w.
ENFEEBLED AND DELICATE CONSTITU
TION?, of bo-h -exes, use llelmbold's Extract, Btt
chu. It will give brisk and energetic feelings and
enable you to sleep well.
NOTICE.
The Stockholders of the MILL CITY WOOLEN
MANUFACTURING COMPANY will meet at the
Mill City Ho'ol in Falls township, on Wednesday
the 20, day ot March, 1b67 at 1 o'clock, P. M. for
the purpoev of elec ung Directors, and organizing
•aid Company. The bo >ks for tha subscription of
stock in said Company will continue open for the
Subscription "fstock at sail Hotel unt'l that date,
unless the entire amount thereof shall be sooner
subscribed.
LUTIIER A HOWARD,
DARWIN HOWARD,
V. V SICKI.ER,
C. SIIi.RWOOD.
NOTICE.
Persons having Book accounts with us of more
than 4 mouths standing, are respecfully requested to
call and settle the same wifhou,. delav.
We mean this, and hope our custom.-rs will realize
the necessity of "paying the merchant" in order
that we may continue to supply them 'in season."
with the 11E3T GOODS at the LOWEST MARKET
PRICES.
JENNINGS A CO
Mehoopnny Feb. 12, 1867.
v6u27e6 w.
CAUTION,
All persons are hereby cautioned purchasing or
negotiating a certain note, dated August 2, 186(5,f0i
$250, given by us to tYiliiatu Waterman The eon
sideiation therefore having having tailed, by reason
of the non-compliances on the part of the said Wa
terman with the agreements made at the time said
note was given , the undersigned will not pay the
game uulets compelled to do so by the law
I). D. SI'AULDING,
C. S JACK.<ON.
SAM'I,. BILLINGS,
Nieholsoo, Feb 8 1867.—vtin27 4w
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that letters of administra
tion upon the estate of Seiah Hunter, late ot Over
field township, dec'd, have been granted to Caro
line Depew, of said township, all persons having
claims against said estate are notified to present
the same to her, duly authenticated for settlement
and ali peisous indebted will make payment with'
.out delay.
CAROLINE DEPEW, Administratrix.
dc b nis nun, cum test: annexo,
Overfield Feb. 8, 16C7.
HELM HOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT
33TJOXXTJ
Is a certain cure tor diseases of the
KIDNEYS. GRAVEL. DROPSY, OR
GANIC \\ EEKXESS. FEMALE, COMPLAINTS,
GENERAL DEBILITY,
and all diseases of the
URINARY ORGANS,
whether existing in
MALE OR FEMALE,
from whatever cause originating md no matter of
lIOW LONG STAiVDING
Diseases of these organs require the use of a
diuretic
If no treatment is submitted to, Consumption or
Insanity may ensue. Our Flesh and Blood are sup-
Ported from these sources, and the
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS,
and
that of Posterity, depends upon prompt use of a re
liable remedy.
HELM BOLL'S EXTRACT BUCII L T ,
fttblished upwards of 18 years, prepared by
H.THEUMBOUD,
eos r> o DRUGGIST,
HU New Ynrk .
V6P29-IJ, I'Jth street,Philadelphia, Pa
New
MEAT MARKET.
1 m
The undersigned having refitted the old market
place, is now prepared to furnish customers with
all kinds of meat,
at the
LOWEST PRICES.
Having proenred the services of a MOST COM
PETENT BUTCHER, he feels confident of giving
entire satisfaction to all.
-hop one door below Miss Hepburn's Millinery
Store-
OSCAR CASKET'.
Tunkhannock, March, 5, 1866.- v6n3o-tf.
A HU.MIHUi-
HOW OFTEN WE HEAR THIS EXPRESSION
from persons reading advertisements of Patent
Medicines, and in nine cases out ot ten they may be
righ. It is over 19 years since I introduced my
medicine, the VE.VKTIIAN LIKIMENT, to the pubUe.
I had no money to advertise it. so I left it for sale
with a few druggists and storekeepers through a
small section of the couutry. many taking it with
great reluctance ; but I told them to let any one
have it, and if it did not do all I stated on my patn- ,
phlet, no one need pay for it. In some stores two or
three bottles were taken on trial by persons present.
I was, bv many, th. ught crazy, and that would be
the last they would sec of me. But I new my uied- j
ii iae was no humbug In about two mouths 1 began
to receive orders for more Liniment, some calling it
mv valuable Liniment, who had refused to sign a
receipt when I left it at (heir store- Now my sales
are millions of bottles yearly, and all for cash. I
warrant it superior to a.jy other medi cine for the
cure of Croup, Diarrhoea, Dysenteiy, Colic. Vomiting
Spasms, and Sea-sicknpss, as an interual remedy.—
It is pcrtectly innocent to take internally, see
oath accompanying each bottle, an I externally for
Chron c Rheumatism. Headache, Mumps, Fios'ed
Feet. Bruises, Sprains, Old Sores, Swellings, Sore
Throats. Ac . A.-. .-old by all the Druggists De
pot. 56 Cortlanlt Street, New Y->rk V6H3O-7W
The Moon's Volcanoes
are engaging the attention of astronomers, but the 1
world of Beauty ind ?ariiion is less interested in
human dis ovcries than in the gie it question of I
TURNING TIIG HEADS
that have been whitened by age or sickness to a
glnrious bla kor brown hue. Nobody now is such
A. LUNATIC.
as not to admit that the finest aud most harmless
hair di-.rkener in existence is
CttiSl ADORO'S 11 AIR DYE,
which nourishes the fibres as well as changes their hue
M tutif ictured by J, CiIRISTADOIiO, 6 A.--tor House
N. w York. Sold by all Druggists. Applied by ul
II >ir Dr- ssers. v6n3o-lino.
AM.COCK'S POROUS PLASTERS.
BE.-T STRENGTHENING PLASTER IN THE
WORLD.
AT.LCOCK"S POROUS PLASTERS resolve
and assauge pain by calling forth the acrid humors
from parts internal to the skin and general ciri-u- j
latton—thus, in many cases,positively evaporating
the disease.
JAMES LULL, M D.
There is nothing equrl, in the way of a plaster, to
the Porous Plaster of Mr. ALf.COCK Everything '
is pleasant about them. They are the plaster of the J"
day, and a fit type of our present advancement in
•cier.ee and art. In Asthma, Cough, Kilney Affec- I
tinns. Gout Phenm.iti-ui, and local Jeep-seated pains
they afford permanent relief.
J. F. JoIINSON, M. D, on "Topical Remedies." ,
From a personal knowledge of these plasters, we 1
can state that theyare decidedly preferable to any !
other in use. Wherever relief is to be obta : ned by j
the i se of a p'aster, we should recommend them.
A. INGRAM M, M. Ib, Editor New York Mentor.
Agency, Brandreth House, New York.
Sold by all Druggists.—v6o3o.luto.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU and improved
Rose Wash cures secret and delicate disorders in all
their stages, at little expense, little or no change in
diet, no inconvenience nu no e.tpo sure. Iris pleas- j
ant in taste and ©dor. immediate in its action, and :
free from all injurious properties.
Orphans' Court Sale.
TTY VIRTUE of an order issued out of the Or-
JJ phaus' Court of Wyoming County, I w 11 ex x>se
to sale by public vendue or outcry upon the prem- i
ses in the Township of Forkston, County of Wyo
ming, Pa., on Tuesday the 12th uay of March next
at two o'clock in the afternoon, ali the right title j
and interest of Jo-eph S Yaw. late of the Township |
ot Forkston, County o' Wyoming, de-'d., in and to 1
the following described piece, parcel or tract of
lan situate and being.in the Townsfiip of Forks'on, j
County of Wyoming, Puna., bounded and vseribed '
as follows, to wit : on the North by land o* Mordiai !
Krewson and lards unknown on the East by laend
unknown on the South by land unknown and on the
West by lauds of D. 8. Yaow Containing about one
hundred and fifty acres, by the same more or less, j
about forty acres thereof improved, with a frame
house, trauie barn, and a small apple orchard there
on, with ibe appurtenances.
Terms of Sale —Ten percent, of one fourth of the
purchase money, to be pGd at the. striking down of
th property , the one-fourth less the ten percent
at the confirmation absolute, and the remaining ihre
fourth? in one vear thereafter with interest Irotn the
cotifirutntion of ni si.
By order of Court.
JOHN G. SPAULDING, Adm'r. of
JOSEPH .8. VAOW, dec'd.
vffnW
rfFjffflL T,le Great Caase
Z£2Lw OF
XX XT ivr A. 3NT 2VT I9ERY,
Just Published in a Sealed Envelope Price 6 els
A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment, and
Radical Cure of Seminal Weakness, orSpermatorrba-s. ;
induced hv Self Abuse : Involuntary Eurssinns Tm
pote >cy. Nervous Debility, and Impediments to Mar
riage generally ; Consumption, Epilepsy, >tn l Fits ;
Mental and Phvsicnl Incapacity, Ac.—By ROBERT
J. CILVERWEL. M. D., Author of the "Green
Book " Ac.
Toe world-renowned author, in this admirable !
Lecture clearly proves from his own experience that i
the awful consequences of Self Abuse mav be effect
ually removed without medicine, and without dan
gerous surgical operations, bougies, instruments,
rings. "or ordials, pointing out a mode of cure at
once certain and effectual, by which every sufferer,
no matter what his condition may be, may enre h;m
sclf cheaply, privately, and tadicallv 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 rents, or two
postage stamps Also Dr. Culv-e-weil's 'Marriage
Qui le," price 25 cents. Address the publishers,
CHAS J C. KI INE A CO,
1 27 Bowery, New York, Post Office Box 4,536.
v6ns-l year.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU gives health
and vigor to the frame and' bloom to the palid
cheek Debility is accompanied by many alarming
symptom*, and if no treatment is submitted to, con.
sumption, inssntity, or epileptic fits ensue.
MANHOOD AND YOUTHFUL VROOR are re
gained by HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BCCHU.
TAKE NO MORE UNPLEASANT AND UN
SAFE REMEDIES for anpleagant and dangerous
diseases. Uqe Hehnboid's Extract Buchu and Im- I
proved Rose Wash, ' * j
| SCHENCK'G SEAWEED TONIC.
! This medicine, invented by Dr. J. H. Scunttci, of
Philadelphia, is intended to disolve the food and
make it intQ chyme, the first process of digestion.—-
By cleansing the stoma h with Schenck's Mandrake
Pills, the Tonic soon restores the appetite and food
that could not be eaten before using it will be easily
digested.
i Consumption cannot be cured by Schenck's Pul
monic Syrup unless tbt stomach and liver is made
healthy and the appetite restored, hence the Tonic ,
and pills arn required in nearly every case of con- I
consumption, A half dozen botties of the SEA- j
WEED TONIC and three or four boxes of the MAN
DRAKE PILLS wilfcure any ordinary case of dys
popsia
Dr. ScHEtiCK makes professional visits in New
York. Boston, acd at his principal Office in Philadel
phia every <*eek See daily papers of each place,or ,
is pamphlet on consumption for his days for visita
tion.
Please observe, when purchasing, that the two j
I likenesses of the Doctor, one when in the last stage
of Consumption, and the other as he now is, in per
fect health, are on the Government stamp.
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers, priee 3150 por
bottle, or 37 50 he half dozen. All letters for ad
vice should be addressed to Dr. SCHENCK'S Principal-
Office. No, 15 North gth Street, Philadelphia. Pa.
General Wholesale Agents : Detnas Barnes A Co
N. Y. ; S. 3. Hance. Baltimore, Md ; John D
Parke Cincinnati, Ohio ; Walker <t Taylor Chicago
111; Collins Bros, St, Louis, M<>.| vguld-1 st mo ly,
REASONS WHY THE
AMERICAN WATCII
MaJe at VV ALTH AM, MASS., is the best.
I It is made on the best principle. Its frame is
composed ol SOLID PLATES. NO jar '-an inter
fere with the harmony of its working and no sud
den shock can damage its machinery Eveiy piece
is made and finished by machinery, (itseil famous
lor its novelty, as well as for its effectivenes) and is
therefore jrojierly made. The watch is what all
mechanism should be—ACCURATE, SIMPLE,
SI RON G AND ECONOMICAL, Except some
high grades, to eostly for general use, foreign
Hatches are chiefly made by women and boys Such
watches are com[iosed of several hun ire pieces,
screwed and rivaled together, and requre constant
repairs to keep thtui in any kiad of - rder. Ail per
sons who havo earned "aucres" and
j "English Patent Levers," are perfectly well aware
, at the truth ol this siatement.
j At the beg,uning of our enterprise more than ten
years ego. itwasour firstobject to make a thorough- 1
jly good low priced" watch f V the million, to tfcke f
1 h • pi i aof therefor o ig-n imiKisitions ; the refuse of
foreign factories, which w< re entirely unsaleable at
I home and perfectly worthless everywhere.
How well we have accomplished this, may be
un lersund from the fact that after many years of
public trial, we now make MuRE THAN* HALF
OF ALL THE WATCHES SOLD IN THE INl
i TED STATES, and that no others have ever given j
such universal satisfaction. While this department
of ur business is continued with increased facilities
for perfect work, we are at present cugaged in ttie J
manufacture of watches of the very HIGHEST j
GRADE KNOWN TO CHRONOMETRY, unequal- 1
ed Ly anything hitherto made by ourselves, and i
1 unsurpassed by anything made in the world. For
: this purpose we have the amplest facilities. We
nave ecrcted an addi .ion to our main building ex
. pressly for fhis branch of our business, and have
filled it with the best work men in st rvice New
machines and appliances have been constructed
which perform their work with consummated delica
cy and exactness '1 he choicest and most approved
materials only are oaed, and we challenge compari
son between this grade, of our work and the finest
imported chronometers. We do not pretend to sell
I our watches for loss money than fereign watches.
but we do assert without fear of cmtradictiou that
! for t! same money our product is incomparably
superior. All our watches, ef whatever grade, are
i ully wirrantel, and this warrantee is good at all
times against us or our agents in all parts of the
| wo Id
CAUTION. —The public are cautioned to bay only
iof respectable dealers. All persons selling coun
terfeits will be represented.
BOBBINS A APPLETON.
AGENTS FOR THE AMERICAN WATCH CO.,
I H2 BROADWAY, N, Y
v6n2l2ra
I . '
THE GLORY OF MAN IS STRENGTH.—There-
I fore th>- nervousxind debilitated .-hould immediately
j u-e HELM Bonn's EXTRACT BCCHU.
PROF, J I 111 1.11 EI IF,
BARBER AND HAIR-DRESSER
' Takes pleasu ein announcing to his old customers
and the public, generally, that he has now secured
the services as an assistant—of
-A; TAKST WORKMAN,.
, <- -* iv -v-
LAI F FR O M PARIS,
! Those wishing a good shate or other work in his
line can now he accommodated without the vexatious
deli ys experienced at "one horse" shops,
' SHAMPOOING, HAIR-CUTTING,
DRESSING, DYEING,
CURLING, Ac , Ac.,,
done in tho best stylo and at reasonable rates. j
TOMA LBS, I Eli IUMEIT and
EX TEA CIS,
alwayso n hand, uri for sale at the old stand on
Tioga St reef.
J BERLINGIIOF
Tunkhannock, Pa; Feb. 12, 1867—\6n27-tf.
~C A L L AT THE
GROCERY STORE
-OF
CIA ME if- LULL,
In the brick corner
AT TUftKHANNOCX, PA.
FOR
2!*XaGXJXS OF ALL. KINDS
FOR
BUTTER, CHEESE. LARI). LAMP OILS,
TEA, COFFEEf. SUGAR, SALER
ATUS, SPICES, SALT,
SOAP, CANDLES,
CANDIES,
CRACKERS
0
Stationery,
AND
YANKEE NOTIONS.
OYSTERS and SARDINES,
served up at ail hours in the best style?—
and for sale in anv quantities aerired.
CRANE & LULL,
| Y#u3otf. |
NO HUMBUG!
CLOSING OUT SALE 2
l
In order to make room for an
EXTENSIVE SPRING STOCK,
VVe offer our entire Stock of
DRY GOODS
AT ACTUAL COST! CITIZENS, THIS IS NO HUMBUG!
CALL EARLY FOR
Ba.rga.ins,
IOSS, MILLS & CO.
Tnnkhaiyiock. Feb. lEth 1867.—v6n28 tf.
||ILLCOXAIftIBBS
noiseless
FAMILY DEWING Machine
-7 V
is the only MACIIINE 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
P. C. BOEQB* BUM'S i
JKWKI.RY STORK.
arid examine tor themselves. Also agents for all
other machines fur Wyoming Co. Pa
P. C BURNS A BHO".
Tunkhannock, Pa. Oct. 31 1866—v6n12-tf
g|sif i
"Watch, es
0W * 0k
JEWELRY* REPAIRED
P C. BURNS & BR O .
Take pleasure in announcing to the people of
Tunkhannock and ..) _> thet tbeyhae opened a
iUatol) ant* Clock Sliop
opposite Wall's Hotel.where they are prepared to do
the most dilli ult jons in their line in an APPROVED
and f'KILLH L .MANNER, ou short notice. Hav
ing had long experience in the business, they feel
eonlident that they eau give entire satisfaction to all
favoring them with their patronage.
ALL WORK WARRANTED TO GIVE SATIS
FACTION OR MONEY REFUNDED
AFTER A FAIR TRIAL-
N. ft.— Paras' Is Vans Jj- Umbrella* repaired
Also. Accord eons and other musical instruments
tuned and put in order ou short uotice
A NEW STOCK of WATCHES and
CLOCKS
just received.
JEWELIiI 'ofE) 'Ell "DESC7UT
II OA'.
Also
SHEET MUSIC & MUSIC BOOKS
on hurJ or furnished to order on the shortest notice
and at publisher's
L 0 WE ST KATES.
GUMS AND PISTOL CARTFIGES
adapted to all the modern styles of fire-arms, con
stantly on hand
—ALSO—
s aoasaßa,
&c„ &c , Sic., &c. &c.
also Dealers in the
PARABOLA SPECTACLE.
THE JtEST HELP FOR THE HUMAN VISION
ETKK INVENTED
P C BURNS <t BRO.
Tunkhannock, Pa. Oct 31, 18gg
: MRS. T, A MILLER :
; Would respectfully inform her;
1 fricaus and the Ladies generally that ;
; sho has just received a well selected ;
; stock o[ ;
I MILLINERY GOODS, ;
; which will oe sold a the LOWEST ;
: CASB PRICES. :
; N. B —Mrs Miller is receiving.
; goods weekly, so that all who favor ;
; her with their patrouage will be :
* gure to get the •
[LATEST STYLES. ;
; DRESS MAKING done on reason- ;
;ao t eruis, CUTTING and FTT. !
; TIN warrame-i to give satisfac- ;
7 tion if properly made.
ißontns ou Warren St. opposito
- Wright's Store. '.
; MRS. T. A. MILI F-R. :
I Tunkhannock, Pa Nov. 13, '66,
; v6nls-tl-
HFLMBoLD' - FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU is
pleaseut. in taste an 1 odt r, free from all injurious
properties, ad immediate in iffc nciion.
THIS "EEND" UP WITH CARE
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FOi 1867.
THE
Fashion Magazine of the World.
LITERATURE, FINE ARTS, AND FASHIONS.
The moat magnificent Steel engraving. DOUBLE
FASHION-PLATES. Wood engravings en every
subject that cen interest ladies. Crocbet knittieg,
Netting, Embroidery, Articles for the Toilet, fer
the Parlor, the Boudoir, and the Kitchen. Every
thing, in fact, to make a compmctk Ladt'ißook
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MODEL COTTAOES (no other Magesine give*
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DRAWING LESSONS FOR THE YOUNG. An
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ORIGINAL MUIC, worth S3 a year Other
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GARDENING FOR LADIES. Another peculiari
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Ladies' Bonnets. We give more of them in •
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azine A new n >ve! by her will be published in 18-
67. Wo have also retained all oar old and favorite
contributors.
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OOK FOR 1867
( From which there con he no Deviation.)
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DUPLEX ELLIPTIC
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The Wonaerfu! Flexibility and great comfort and
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Church Pews, Aim Chairs, for Promenade and
Houss Dress, as the skirt can be folded when ia,
use to occupy a small place as ea-ily and conven
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quality in crinoline, not found in any Single Spring
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A Lady having enjoyed the pleasure,comfort, and
great convenience of wearing the Duplex Eltptie
Steel Spring Skirt for a sing e day, rill ncvei after
wards willingly dispense with their use. For
Children. Misses and Young Ladies they are superi
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They will not bend or break like the Sinple
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double) covered; preventing them from wearing ou
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The Duplex Elliptic is a great favorite with all'
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that every Hoop will admit a pin being passed
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double; springs braided together therein, which in
the secret of their Flexibility and strength, and a
combination rot to be found in any other Skirt.
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