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Sir James Clarke's Female Fills
Teas taraliabb Pills srs unfailing la ths cure of si
i-om palatal ud danacrons d'MM to which tbs
fsialsoontiiariou to snb)r-t. Toot Inderal all ex
itt ii obetroodonn.fromwhaivmeanne
TO BtAHKIED I,ADIKi
Tbey wtmilirir earf. Thar will in a hart to
bans on th ncatblt period with reculanty, end
HhMwhM BnmrfnL annUJB KMlliSC DDTVal tO till
CessutotJo. Lb eU oeem of Keroo. and Spinel Aflee
tioaa, Pair. In the Bees aod Unbt, t'etirue on liicfcl
rtlna P-imttui oi tee Heart. Bmerioa and
whitea. tby will effect a cure when all other mean,
him tailed- Tbe pamphlet around each package ha.
fall direouane and aanoe, or will be east tree (a all
writing farttssiltfl tram aaaarririnn.
Jet Wmt tr tamm CtarVt VoMh Fit ere awas
rirJ Oocyte arsrncrx r .. o ie a
"JOB MOGKS" am a JMK-Aeec AH ei are vonAteek
V. B. la all aaaaa where tbe OlTOt caanat b.
retained, Oae Dollar, with fifteen snta for portage,
land Street, New Tork, wiU insure a bottle of the a
ae, oon taming Fifty Plita. b rwurn mad. Mcarale
nit, horn any a aqwiedo of its oomita
A Satleaal aiedlclne.
One can hardly pick op newspsper or tun
treat corner now-e-lay. that he does not find.
rtarlng him In ths fi on, the announcement that
Prof. 8o-aiid-eo hu juet discovered ft medicine
whIehaiftpanaoaaforaUthe Ills that flesh la, or
may be hair to. Theee "wonderfol" dltooveries,
usually hare an existence of a few months, then
disappear from public notice. The reason of their
rniMm extinguishment Is apparent. They vers
humbugs. At the outset all medical prepsrstioiu
have have aa equal cbsnoe for auroras, as all are
TTl-nT vnknoarn; but the chaff Is soon winnowed
from the grain by the practical test which an nn-
Drejudlced public applies to all things. There era
but few preparation, of melidne which haTe with
stood the tssnarttal Judgement of the people for
any length of time. One of the few which we Cave
now la mind, and which tas been s long time
hmp to nearly erery honaehold in ihe land Is
" the celebrated Hoetetter's Stomach Bit ers. Their
almost universal sale snd use, and their emphatic
endorsement from all pcrtkms of the country.
compel the admission that ihey must be ft apeeinc
for the ailments tor wnieh they are recommended
letters before us attest their efficacy in d ieeaaes of
the throat, bowele and liver. In that trnly terrible
amnnlaint dysDeoeia. they are renamed as s sure
i pittkhnrcrh. where these Bitters are mum
taimaA. their sals for bums use is Immense.
This iaot alone speaks volumes in their favor.
MxtrmH frvm jfajaoniM ine-ncr. m, a,
nmm.TA smiLiBUS CTJIL-KTUIL.
Ba- proved, rrom the most ample eiperteaoe, an eaten
suoeeea, imyie i t.un.wj -
Tnejr are the only Medicine, pmectly adapted to pops
. ..im .. t. . h, lr tmm danaer. em
so effimeet an lo be always reliible. They haT raised
the highert nsmtnuUia iram all, and will always
reader aatisf action .
t Cures Fevers, OooseatloB IfUnetk-.
Worms. Worm Fe-ar. Worm Oobo.
win-. olir. or Teethinc of lntaata. .
fHarrhMef Childrea or Adalta -
I)Tretr r. GriUua. Bilious Oolie
i 't, nl-. ortraa. litinx...-
I uffh. Colda. broochiti
Nrsrsia Toothachs, Faces.....
ntdaie Sick Headacbe, Ver-mw.
nroea.1. BUioaa Stomach
fci-nnreaacd or Palafol Pei-ds
t. t mirfuae Periods...
I nxr, CousB. Dimcolt BreaUlinc...
falt Uhrawu Kryaipelaa, KrnpUona.
Rbewmissa. Bheustic Pains ...
. n . -J ' 4m VIA fJL lejllStwH SM
TfUmt er. a he f - areew-eSaV
Fever s JursChFe-er, Ji
" P1U Htlod or BU dinf .
- OpthalwiT, a Sore or Weak Eras.
" t'atsJTh, Aonteor Chrooic tnnoen.
- VspCab. VioientCotujh-...
- As.msw Oppressed BreatWns
- Fr rHschawnrea, ImpaJrod Hearmc...
- Scrwlalau lUawa Ulanda, fweihnca.
titmmrml Dcbilttr. Phraioal W saknees
Wreinav. and Soantf SecietK
" rVsvrfSickiieaaj, Sidme froia Kid ins;. .
" K ianvv-lttsr-se. OrsvaL
Nm Dewilltr. riesslsml Eamh
ana Lavs satary Dkea ....... J
" r-are Jlewth. Canker.
- - I rinarv Wer-sess, Wetttn Bed..
" Kufll-ril sat chance of lite .....
- Epilepsy. Spisna. tL Yrtny Dance 1
- DijKheri, ITloerated bfie Throat
Om5 te 80 Innte Tiula. nsrsera r raer-
ro raw, eouinina a specitie lor
every rdtnaxy disease n family Is
r 'I Ka.. lj u .l JIVACtlikllM.
..ll sr-tlw -mA T valine- ameea. with SO
toSsvlala. .. ...rH5tcSt-
Specifics for all Private Ilisesuars, both for
I snaK ana lor rnvrauTV mauuuu ia
1 pocket eases in fe' u S3
Cam Bum. Brureea, UnM-nwa, Srrrrwms.
Sere, Thraili hwaina, TowharHe, Larartae.
r-rsjffiaw iuiearaaitmv J. ambuss, I'llcs,
Roils, tina lore Kves, Uleediiis: t ttie
iocs. Nose, Mostarb, ar Plies, Corns,
t, leers, uia port .
Price, 6 az 5 'enta, Pbita, & .09s Qnsrts
rar-Th, H-wtie. ereent POLO'S KXTRACT.
by tbecaaeer mam4 boa. are sent to any eart of tbe
eooway, by mail or STprsi, ties of ehaoia, on raoetpt
Homaropathle Sledicise Ce puv
Omee sad Depot, Ka t Bboadwat, Kew X olx
FOB BAIJt BT ALL DRUGGISTS.
wseiux-t AOEirxs K. Bs A Hon. Builbmi
Koaall. Vaa 8ehaack, "Stevarron A Retd. Obieeco,
llLi Jeak s A Gordon, ttt PaoL Minn.; Brown, Webt
At Graham, St. lxxua, his.; Farrasd, bheiay C
CRRVIf III! I rD-Pre'-HAR?rPM
I laPtllfti Iti la.s-s.lt UOU BLAClNti.
In new style Osas, nest sad eoare snt
Heep Your FeetDry 1
CD fl U If 1 1 I CD'C PRK-KRVATITK
llHlin. ItllkkLII Ossi Water-PrMf
OIL BLACH.EVG. 30 years la market.
Beat by retail and jobbing huusae eTe whei a
Frmnk Miller dc Co 18 A 90 Cedar St., T.
Only SS.SO Per Anna la Advance Onl
iiQ. Te Clers-TBsen, S4.00.
Kssb nnatbsr eontsitts oandid and ontspoken Fdi.
senate, s Commerolal Depirtmen qowniail Tera
per, sos, bandar School or HcienbDO ' olnmn. earefoiir
prep.rea, CHUBOH SF. W8 trom ail denomlUon
and tress sverr eest4on of ths conntrr foil snd limn
Bpsottnse uontaa tent tree. Aonre!
TOS ADVANCE OOMPAJIT, Chieaca.
Tlr ANTEOAU sereons. maw or teasala wiahim
V V tomaJke moaej withoat capital, can end
sent and nostare e'amp For sample and sxplaaa-
ooas, soqiaei siercaani-i ateaen worita tjDicaxa, u
ChaDTied Hands and face. Sore Lids.
ste. t'ertaja Cwre. Ilersiaa CsnpBer
rltb tilvoerinr. Sold by
tviveei-ittc eou dt li
mau an ree lut at sue.
Hrseuu Cw N.
HKIiEUV fitmnlne COO LIVES OIL
VY errled PUBJC and the BKS1' KE V ia aes.
THB BEST IROIT TONIC-HKO?
jtlAN'S r tKRATKU KIJXIK OF BAKU
l or tae most eminent raraielaoa.
rartH K kkiew ok viii th i'?ivkii.ki.
M A Medical Treaties I f tbirtj-cwo pasea sent pre
run. wa seneipa or cao anree erm postase etaiane.
IMPERIAL GIN !
SHE PrRET DISTILLATION hi Ami
os. Equal to the bauuaporud, at Ism than
IIRVHV IT. SirrFFT-TIT "t-
44 at M Hwntb Water M. ( kiraae.
lb Tear. IS Greewhei
- Pratt and Or mental Treea, Kareery Stock, Eve
Be ens, wccra'ia. ueoss rian u, lnlTpa, njaclnt
Urocoe.ljiuea, Colored f mlt and Flower Platea.
Whnlamn and Retail. Send 10 eta. lor Oatal ones
S. K. PHU.N1X. Bloaminctoa. 111.
AI.EM.vrFN WANTED. Toeell aood.br
Die at wboleeale. We will par a aa 7 of i'a 'lb
91A1.U0 per month and ezpensea. Keferenoee raqmred.
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MH Ectr t powmm . oooMdn--bifrDowTit of moar
Mbiprat. Srd. It pot g lb pewtsr of atiraUtic
tit tawxtr; ud i 4l, sU-itr rnm to ica Man -inipif
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rwi S nu b smmm for til differi-nt oiUaa. 4 tuo o'c
si, t-nroH snd as I J prtv ticai bewnsslJo.i.d th
only ooe prvrMlinr BiTOmUoa! ltw jr.iai4. ,vou i
th CtYt-i-sX-ea! SAW to biuinetw. Bovrd d 1 aitioo.
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SCIENCE AND WAR.
A Night Telegraph for Armies.
A new noetarn m ilitary telegraph has
been invented by ft Hangsrii effloer ud
old to the Pr ssian War DeptmenL By
means of this teleg reph, which eonsiets of
rockets of different colors, eommanicev.
tion ean be e6tabs hed between two nrmiee
stationed at distance of twenty miles
from each other. It would enable B&ziine,
for iostance, to h are oommnnioated with
the eomoandant of Thionville.
Ech rocket repreaents six words, and
an order conta ining 300 worrls ean thus be
conveyed by flf 'y rockets. The key to this
telegraph, w bicb may be altered so as to
make it unintelligible to the enemy, eon
tains ail the wotds need in strategy and
tactics. The price of one of these rocktU
about two sbllliuga sterling.
We give the following detailed account
of the batan ocket from 1 ranee:
M. L , the distinguished civil enci
neer and chemist, of the Bae de Londres,
Paris, has invented a rocket which will be
formidable engine of defense. He has
christened it the fosee Ha tan. We have
seen the rocket made, and we will endeavor
to describe it to oar readers. To the end
of an ordinary rocket is attached a very
slight receptacle oi un, having exactly the
shape of a conical ballet In this recep
tacle is arranged a chamber filled with a
composition aaaed, we believe, upon sal-
E buret or carbon, which composition, once
ir-ted. civts out considerable heat. A
fasee communicates from this chamber
with the top of the rocket The tin ballet
is fliled, Jast before being used, with petro
le im 01L The lighted rocket rises in the
air and traverses the space necessary
to arrive over a certain spot.
Arrived above its object, the
rocket sets fire to the fusee, the com
position in the chamber of the ballet takes
light, bar Is its envelope, and at the same
time fires the petroleum, which falls like a
sheet ot name and continues Darning.
This sheet of flame fills a space of sixteen
to twtnt j-four square metres, according to
the size of the rocket No I throws one
litre cf petroleum, No. 2 two litres and No.
3 three litres, ihey can be thrown a dis
tanoe of six kilometres, and aimed with
great precision, being balanced by means
of a long stick attached to each rocket,
which maintains the elevation given to it
at the time of discharge. Some interesti g
experiments were made with this weapon
at at Uloud on tne luth of last month.
Ia less than ten minutes a considerable
space of ground was covered with a sea of
fire. A oommittee, composed of superior
cmoera of artillery, presided over the ex
penment and the general at their bead
was appalled by the terrible nature of this
engine ol destruction.
Jnt imagine this sea of hre falling upon
the rrnssian masses, burning evjrythiDg,
setting light to the catridges in the soldiers'
pouches, and to the ammunition vans of
the artillery. Their rout would be com
plete. The oommittee, in its report, has
declared in its opinion no civilized nation
could make use of theee rockets except for
reprisals; and it would only be in case ot
the Prussians firing upon as with petro
leum bombs, each as thev used at Stras
bourg, that we should be entitled to retali
ate with "the new rocket However this
may be, the Committee of National Defense
has given the inventor a large building on
the tJaugnolie (formerly a girls school),
and has ordered tho immediate manufac
tore, on a large scale, of Satan rockets.
From day to day 300 workmen will ba ac
tively employed, and within a few days wi
shall have a sofnoient stock to enable us to
repay the Prussians in their own coin, it.
seat Strasborg, they make use of unlawful
A Night Telegraph for Armies. Perlis of the Deep-A Schooner in the
From the New York Standard.
Among the tidings of the disasters at
tendant on the hurricanes, is that of tbe
miraculous escape of the schooner Dutch
Princess, Captain Hansell, which left this
port on the 13 th of August for Maraoaibo,
laden with a full cargo of general mer
chandise and three passengers. Up to the
29th the voyage -was remarkably prosper,
ous. On the afternoon of that day the
weather became clouded, and a heavy
gale sprung up rrem the N. N. ., varying
occasionally to the east, The following
day the gale in creased in intensity, a .d
towards evening became a hurricane. All
sails were taken in, and the vessel was put
before the wind under bare poles until
noon, when the sea ran mountains high,
apparently about to engnlph the vessel.
The Captain, seeing that the ship was in
danger of going down with a run, conclu
ded to lay her to, believing it to be tbe
only coarse open to him. The perilous
moment of swinging her round to bring
her head to the wind was not passed with
out danger, for in so doing she was thrown
on her beam ends in the trough of tbe sea.
Ail on board thought she was going down.
The Captain seized an axe out of the
abin and cut away the mainmast rigging,
by which means the topmast went over
board, which helped' har slightly.
In doing this Captain Howell chopped
this foot badly. The cabin was fall of wa
r, and one of the pssstngers had a tr
ow escape rrom drowning. She was at
est brought head to the wind and righted.
The hurricane blew terrifloally from all
round the compass, driving the vessel
round in circles, and tearing everything
on deck to pieces, and losing her bow
sprit. Again she was thrown on her beam
ends and began to leak badly. It was
found necessary to cut away the foremast,
by which she was again righted. Leaking
bttily, Wsjth her masts gone, and the hur
ricane raging, the unfortunate Vessel was
at the mercy of the winds and waves, and
those on board expected to go down every
The following day the gale abated, and
an effort was made to rig up a sail on the
stump of the mainmast; it worked success
fully for half an hour, and was then blown
into shreds. All hope was again given np
(A saving the ship, as the sea was running
awfully high and the vessel laboring heavi
ly. In the dire extremity a council was
held by the captain, mate, and sailors as to
what should be done in the -emergency,
and it was resolved to allow the vessel to
drift, as she was utterly beyond control.
The next day the sea began to lessen, and
with renewed energy the captain succeed
ed in rigging up an awning and a leg-of-mutton
sail, and to make for the nearest
port, which was St Thomas, according to
observations taken, and in this manner
creeping along, ths Dutch Princess arrived
at St, Thomas in a sinking condition.
From the New York Standard. Curious Customs-The St. John, N. B.,
Correspondence of the Montreal News.
Carious, too, it is to mark how their sea.
faiiog habits tinge their speech. Servant
men or servant girls are said to "ship"
when they hire lor a month or for six
months. A fine, stout lass will ring at
your hall door and inquire whether you
want to "ship a girl, and when a young
couple are engaged they are said to be
"shipped." A congregation will talk of
"shipping" a new clergyman. The master
of the house, whatever his calling, is inva
riably the "skipper" Even persons are
"skippers" of the church, and at their
homes are inquired for under this
familiar designatoin. The best
society is called "merchantable"
that being the term for fish of the
first quality; while the lowest stratum is
"r cruf T or "dun." Flags are in universal
request. Every merchant has his flag at
storehouse or wharf; a vast number of pri
vate houses have each a flag-stall, and on
holidays or occasions of rejoicing the flags
are hoisted When the schoolmaster de
sires to indicate that the school hour is at
hand he elevates his flag, hauling down to
"half-mast" when but five minutes remain,
in order to quicken the steps of the
loiterers. When, in other lands,
"holy bells would knoll to church,"
the beadle here raises, on a staff
in the churchyard, a standard, on which
is emblazoned the mitre of the cross. On
the hill that overlooks the harbor of St,
John, masts and yards are ereoted, and on
these the movements of approaching ves
sels are signalled by flags. At times these
yards look like a linen-draper's shop, from
the quantity of cloth hanging in the wind.
A very useful purpose is thus served. The
merchant is mada aware that his vessel is
in sight, and tbe whole town that the mail
packet or one of Allan's steamers is ap
A ui and wonLeii, the former said to be
eight feet four inches, and the latter eight
foe', three inches tall, members ot an cxbibi
tioa troupe traveling about the country,
paxxed ihrcneb Alexandria, on Thursday
wh the pa-eii.-s ot tba Orange, A!eX'
anrlri a d M.u - s railroad train. Their
eppwaraui-e ca Lio wharf the occasion
for the collection of a large crowd.
Correspondence of the Montreal News. A Lost Child Found After a Lapse of
From the Sandusky (Ohio) Register, Oct. 26.
A circumstance has come to light our
midst within a few days, which for ro
mance is scarcely excelled by the dreami
est imagination of the brain, and which
would form the web of an enchanting tale
In the vear 1856 there lived at No 31
Baxter street, in the city of New York, a
family bv the name of Murillo. The par
ents were of Italian origin, and the father
during years of prosperity had acquired a
handsome competence in the silk trade.
Fortune bad trailed upon them in other
ways than the bestowal ot riches, ana
their home durme the year we have men'
tioned, had been rendered more cheerful
and attractive by tbe birth or a riaugnter.
The mother was in feeble health, and fol
lowing the custom too often adhered by
those in the hieh circle cf society, the
careots nut their young babe into the
core and keeping of a nmse, who lived
not many blocks from their palatial reei
Three veats thus passed in the life of
their child, when tbe time came lor tne
parents to sVelter and rear it henceforth
under their own roof. It was with great
reluotance tbnt the nurse could part with
it. During the many months she bad
formed an attachment for it quite as strong
ss that implanted by nature in tbe parent.
And the child, accustomed to constant care
and caress of its nurse, and knowing its
parents only as strangers to it, had learned
to love only its Keeper, xnis mutual at
tachment was often a source of great an
novance to the parents, for frequently
would the nurse succeed in getting the
child home and retaining it for days at
time, and often did the little one steal away
trom its mother and run to the nurse's
house. the location of which it
had learned. In this manner four years
passed, when in the year 1863 the child
was missing trom noma, ana was not to oe
found at the nurse's. The city was search
ed from one end of its long streets to tbe
other, but to no avail. Every means that
human mmd could invent was resorted to
by tbe father to trace out the lost child, but
to no purpose. A early seven years us
passed, and then no trace of the child
could be found. A spirit of melancholy
had taken the place of joy in the life of the
mother, and the cheering inspiration of
hope had in these long years gradually
passed away. The father had traversed
the country over In search of the
lost one, and had lost all expecta
tion ot ever beholding his child
aeain. But the sadness that had brooded
over that household for six and one half
long years was to be dispelled, and rejoio
ine was soon to supersede it, The nurse,
at last conscience-stricken, confessed to the
father that she had stolen the child, and
had im in ed;ately sent it off with a number
oi homeless children that were being taken
west in search of homes among strangers.
The father immediately examined the old
records of the Association, and after some
davs found recorded that tbe child had
been taken to Bellevue, in this state, and
bad been adopted by a family there by the
name of Marsha Coming immediately
to Bellevue he visited the above named
family, and found that the child was no
longer there, but was somewhere iu
the county. Julia, the name of the
child, had retained herf full name, and by
tbe striking resemblance she bore to her
father, he was able to trace her farther.
She had only remained three years ot the
seven of her absence with "the family in
Bellevue. Her adopted parents had failed
to give her that instruction necessary in
correct Ufa, and had been at times cruel
and severe, and as a result tbe ohud had
contracted a habit ef stealing. After Ieav-
ing Bellevua she had resided in several
families in this country until last August,
when she Btole a silk dress and a ahawf
while the family of Cant. D. W. Lindsley,
of Perkins, in which she then resided,
Capt, Lindsley had sought to oorrect her
life, but in vain, and finally entered com
plaint before Judge Colver.and after a thor
ough investigation, she was sentenced to the
Reform School for girls. The examination
showed that she had acquired the habit of
stealing, and bad oeiore been detected in
it She was then given into the care of Mr.
and Mrs. Starr, superintendents of
County Infirmary, prior to being transfer-
ed to the Reform School. They soon
became interested in her. Her
winning ways, her sprightliness and
wit, rendered her very attractive
and she soon revealed to them that
her waywardness was due more to misfor
tune and cruel training than to a wicked
spirit They intended to retain her there
fore with them in the hope of saving her.
when on last Friday her father made his
appearance at the Home, and beheld lor
the first time In seven years bis lost child.
Obtaining a writ of hahecu corpus he soon
took ber from the hands of the law, and
hastened on bis way to his home in New
York. Surely a desolate home has been
made joyous, and a mother's broken heart
made whole again.
Am Old Btobi Ea Eocte. That same
old story, at the very Hast thirty-five years
old, about bow the boy saw his father kill
the sheep, and te sbr-w bis little brother
how it was done, chopped said little
brother's head off; bow the mother
screamed, and how the men, raising the
barn, let the heavy timber fall, crashing
lonr oi iLem is raked np and telegraphed
in oar -neighbor's "midnight dispatches'
rrom Chicago, and we copy it. This time
the terrible happenings occurred in Iowa.
A few weeks ago they happened in Ohio.
About a dozen years aeo. the But le traeedv
was-enacted in New York, and thirty or
:orty years ago tne wbole neart-rendiDg
catastrophe transpired in a mountain town
in Vermont, and the story was then well
told in the Mootpelier papers. Grand
Tax Gdiok Lnrx has eight large and pow
erful steamers, which are very fast, the
line carrying the United States Mail, and
such has the management been that there
never has been a life lost on any of their
steamers. It offers the best advantages
passengers couig to or return e trom
Europe, the fare being as low as that
any nrst-clans line. tr. 11. McClnre Ca,
Bankers, Milwaukee, are its General
Agents for the Northwest, and will be hap-
specie ana swer all communications.
An Arkansas lawyer being engaged
prosecute a suit against a widow, seeing
that he was going to be beaten, married
the defendant, discharged her attorney.
won his case handily, and collected tbe
money 1 of which was considered a (rood
joke; and then ran away with the whole
amount, which some thought was a still
Major b t Pebij et PooBzoelebrated bis
fiftieth birthday on Wednesday at bis lesi-
dence in Newbury, Mass. Some dozen or
more o; his personal fuends were present
on the occasion. An elegant gold watch,
of Walth am make, was presented him by
BnrrALo bams, neatly ent ont of the hind
quarters of the buffalo, with the skin lett
on them, bell in the town of Hays, Kansas,
for $2,50 each. They weigh from two
300 pounds each. The hams, tongues and
rump steaks of the buffalo are delicious
.Europeans are rapidly copying American
institutions. The French have lynched
German spy, disai-kxi as one of the Na
That old-fashioned way of pourin g lead
into a sleeping husband's ear has been re
vived in u glan d.
Evert dat bbihos fobth new testimony
the efficacy of that w. 11 known remedy. Hoof.
land's German Hitters. Many thousands
persons who are to-day suffering from disor
ders of the digestive organs, who are etna
eiated, weak, aud nnable to attend to Iheir
business, could soon become well, hearty and
robust, by tbe use of a few bottles of thia
Bitters. Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, and
Debility of tbe Bretem, soon vanish before
this powerful remedy. Its effects are almost
Hon. i mes Hoss Bnowden, Frothonotary
of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, writes:
Philadelphia, Sept, 14th, 1867.
Hoofland's German Bitters is a very use
ful article as a tonic snd ss an appetizer.
is not an intoxicating drink, and may be need
beneficially by persons of all ages.
Jis. Ro.-s Saownni.
The high character of those who testify
the merits of Hoofiand's Bitters, should in
duce the most skeptical to give it a fair trial.
Hoofiand's German Bitters is free from any
Hooflend's German Tonic is a combination
of the ingredients of Hoofiand's Bitters with
pure S ta Cruz Bam, orsuge, anise, etc,
initios a plc-arant and agreeable preparation
for thoee requiring an alcoholio stimulus,
fiervous debility, with tta gloomy attend
anta, low spirits, depreeaioo, involuntary
emissions, loss of strain, spermatarrtusa,
toes of power, uitzy neaa, toss oi memory
and threatened impotence aud imbecility,
find a sovereign cure in Humphreys' Homeo
pathic Speciflo No. twentr-eight' Composed
oi the moat valuable, mild and potent Cura
tives, they strike at once at the root of the
matter, tone up the system, arrest tbe dis
charge, and impart vigor and energy, bfe
and vitality to tne enure man. iney nave
cured thousands of cases. Price 15 per pack-
s;o of five boxes and a large vial of powder.
wntcb is very important m oretinato er old
eases, or tl per untile box. Hold by al drug
gists, and sent by mail on receipt of price.
Address Humphreys' Hpecifio Homeopbatio
Medicine Co., 6G2 Broad war. Now York
Wkotatlr AgrniM boruhama A Van Schaaok, Earl
bnrt A Edasll, Chicago, Ula; Jenks ft Qortton, fit
Paul, Minn.; Brown, Webber A Graham, at. Loois,
Mo.; Fsrrand. abeler A Co- Detroit, Mich.
Mas. Gates ajci- Mae. James. Sirs. Galea.
Good morniDK. Mrs. James. How well von
are looking; far belter than when I saw you
Mrs. Jamea Oh yes; I am mueh better
than I have been for a long time, and I am
now on my way for more of my favorite med
icine Plantation Biitibs. One bottle of it
is worth all tbe doctors in the world. Mo
more doctors for lue.
Mrs. Gates Nearly every one speaks well
of riantation BitU rs, and I have a mind to
try it myac if. The fact is, I have no appetite,
atreneth or enerzy for anythine. Marv and
Lizzie are in the same way, and lounge about
the bouse an day long, good lor nothing.
Mrs. James. My word for it, Mrs. Gates,
iurt let them tir Plantation Bitters moder
ately three times a day, and yon will see a
8ea Hoes Fabise trom pure Irish Moss, for
Blanc Mature, fudduigs. Custards, Creams.
Ac, Ate. The cheapest, healthiest, and most
delicious lood in tbe world.
TBI PUSEST ASO hWEETFWT CoO LlVEB Oil
in the woB is Hazard i Caswell's made or
the sea shore, from tresb, selected livers, bj
CASWELL, HAZARD I Co., Sew York, ft
absoiuteiv pure and sioe. rarties win
have once taken it prefer it to all others.
Pbvsicutns nave decided it snperior to any ct
tbe other ous in market, ouia oy ail arug
The Youth Companion of Bostos. is a
thorouenly wide awake paper, having among
its contributors such writers as Prof. De
Mille.Grare Greenwood, Mrs. Harriet Beecher
Stowe. and Mrs. Lome a Chandler Moulton.
So writers more attractive in the country.
and no publication for young people moreen-
ter tuning ana useii oeun lor sample copy
Chapfio Hands. Face. Rough Skin. Pim
ples, Bingworm, bait Rheum, and ail ot hr
cntaneona affections cared, and tbe Skin
made soft and smooth, hv u-ntig tbe Jnniuer
Tar Snap, made by CASWELL, HAZARD A
CU-, Xtow tors, it n more convenient ana
easily applied than other remedies, avoiding
the trouble of the greaxy compounds now in
use. cold by an druggists.
North wceTaAN H- ass Nail Co., manufac
turers of Patent Hammered Horse Kails.
Office 68 West Van Bnren street. Factory
56 to 68 West Van Buren street, corner Clin
ton street, Chicago.
New Haven Fakilt Knittino Machise.
Simplest, rhcapest agd bust. Agents wanted.
H. B. Goodrich, General AgeDt, 82 Dearborn
street, Chio go, wholesale dealer in Sewing
Sal tmex and others wishing profitable
employment will do well to notice the adver
tisement of 8. W. Kennedy, of Philadelphia.
This is a reliable aud liberal bouse.
r?ES advebtisestext of lr. ouiW Dispense-
rv, headed, Book for the Million Masriaoi
Guide in another column, it should be
read by all.
Jr. rum & AutiM importers and dealers in
Artist's Materials, and leading Fresco Paint
ers of the west, laudl5t Clara street
t50 00 Afwabd This will be paid to anv
one who will prove there ia a panicle of mer
cury in Dr. Henry s Koot ana r.snt ruis.
Jases n. Fosteb fc Co.. 151 Lake St.. Chi.
eago, importers ot t reeai -loading shot guns
Hcaxatrr & Edsaixs, leading wholesale
druKuieU of the Northwest, oorne Lake
street and Wabaab avenue Chicago.
Laclede Hote Chicaeo. $2.00 per day,
(none better, oorrter Uadinon and Canal tits.
Saxdusxy (maintains seven
'sewing circles" for gossip.
Best Can Fair to Prime.... $11 00
& a o
Hogs Live .
Snsar Fair to Prima. .
CoTToa M lddling
Floto Extra Western . .
Wni x Jio. 1 Spring..
Coan Western atixed...
a I 01
Bab IT ....
Stock Cattlx Common
Dhkip Live Good to Choice....
Btrrr t Choice....
Fiodb White Winter Extra
Waul bpring. No I
Con No. t
Oats No. a
Bra No. 1
Baa r Na 1
Poaa Ateas, Mew....
0 T 00
ts S 24
4 a 26
(at T Ml
1 0) Hi 1 W
7 s 84
33 M fe2S 00
8b rj Live ....
Flo us Famlij . ,
Wnaai Bed ....
.S 60 A T to
I UI T xe
0 f 60
IS) 1 13
fc I 11
m t oo
H I CO
9 1 18
as 1 oo
Bnr Cattle Choloe
Good to Prime...
Sheet Good to Choloe
Fuotra Spring XX
Wheat Ko. 3 Bed ,
. T 00
. 3 76
. 6 36
Fair Grades ,
Shut Live- Good to Choice....
Flocb White Winter Extra....,
WaxAX-Spring, Ho. 1
No. 3 ,
Coan No. i
Oats No. 3
Ktb No. 3
Babut Good ,
t 1 00
, S 60
. S 60
, 3 bO
, T 00
W I 00
M 6 00
A 1 U
W 4 00
9 f 60
as 1 04
HOLIDAY JOURNAL for 1871
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I. .,( 1)0
1 II Rcaewaeel Piano. And "
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4 Billiard Tmklfw, 6IMI
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1,4 S I Oi har Uilts nch aa Guld aid Sil
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J, Hill OH
tnaloa, .ruoiwi ol Jaws rj, to-, tva.,
vaowa la valoe trom fa t , mai
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faHOVVS HOWTO DOI BLE the Preflle
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ooorte'PeUl of a iwmdr pwparad by tbe araeUve amod
f i ba Ommpryeat Poyicin Htitiaeii ia aiywoara
niperaadine toe nma-eia aad aiokeolaag, eoayooxuim
beretoiore o,ad aa lustirve
tsiflA) BY ALL DRUHiIT!
Bay DIa aad I'll D3 You Good
ROOT & PLANT
ByciaanainMbe Blood and aroo-inc iba
Live- and a-crat Teoryani to a bvaJtoy a
t'oo.to a Pillafrarenianyooesp attawbieh
t oQld r ot be snnnurxd tbay ocald raob.
oh aa Hr.ADACHr, Paih r T.tK J
Nc5tBSrsi ot tha Hasp vd Fcrr. Dcliv
sui, Chiixwe'. RnruisUTi. Ifrrav
OLA,. L08- OF APPETTTE, UJUm DTSEK
TEBT, K IDJICT A TTfXmnn rtlTTIPATlOlf.
L BixJiT. t-KVmS or aU- kisw. lTa
m.wac.a -I A rTalT-i tf. AUld OtiaT tlindral 0003-
I fl p'mia arisioa from ' i
I ot obaXraoiroa of tti fnootiona. Bairue fraa
frrm a art. ary er o'nar poinnt, wJ cn oe
taaca at alt t-maa end nniler all eiroiUeV
tan'Ta,attbofit r- rd to diet or baa nete.
Pnc-, 25 i'aota a Box. Prepared by tbe
Grafton Mecicina Clo , ST. Louu Mo.
Koid by dnuuiaieinci deaiera m Madioina
Tf rywti ra.
Weed Family Favorite
u..w.vmww.sH K hm WpmM S. M. Co.. Hatford.
m now perflated, ta tbe B KT aod WOS V KKLsiABLE
FAMILY SEW1K0 MACHINE,
Ta r Jt
bnwMi.otork, aa ioc from tne Vt? teat eooda
to tbehanat bearerolotb or lyt'. -1
a variiav Tbraad or Tanaioa. It is s
bble tn m t oat of order. It bee a at ra'ffht naaea, -t.
tie.es Look SUtcb. Reapootb.e af wAe tsl
vary ooonty. A lirer-al dtaoonn t- rbm trade Kami
for I rce U tAidMrtnaioGK(, O.THOMA.x.91 Lake
street, t'bicajr s Ajrnta fvt tba Sortbweat. Amg wbe-e
yno aaw llua adTamavan-taet.
ffpilR H.-rkioal Pirtani . 'a Finest lllwetnt
I lions, Kfrt Stor ea, . n1 t. IVe,! and Sprli lios.
SiH-c-roni frte. Age-atn te'antrd l-'.vrry where.
Naw Toax, Anfnat loth, laflR.
Allow nie to caB ronr attentioa to my i-3PAB,
ATION Of COMPOUKD EXTRACT BTJCHTJ. The
eomponent parts ara, BUCHU. lVosa Laar,
CCBklsa, JCNIPER BEEBIE8.
Mods or PaaraaA-noii Bnchn, I vacno. Jnni-
psr Berries, bv dlstiliatioa, to form s Aae fin.
Cnbeba extracted by displacement with spirits
obtained from Jnaiper Berries; very Utile sng-ar Is
need, snd a small proportloa of spirit. Ills ax
rj'MiK't than any sow la use.
Bnchn as prepared by Drngiets, Is of a dirk
euler. It is a plant that emits Its fragrance; the
action of a flame destroys this (its active principle.
leaving a dark glnunons decoction, lline is ths
color of Ingredients. The Buchu in my prepara
tion predominates; ths smallest quantity of ths
other Ingredients are added, to prevent fermenta.
Hon; npoa inspection ft will be found aot to be a
Tmctare, aa made ia PharmaeopoM, nor 1 It
Syrup and therefore can be need In cases where
fever or Inflammation exist. Is this, yon have
the knowledge of the Ingredients, sad the mode of
Hoping that yon will favor It with a trial, sad
that npon inspection it will meet with your appro.
With a feeling of profound confidence, -I
am, very nspectfallyr
E. T. HsXMBOLD.
Chemist and Dro.-griat of U Tears Experience.
(From ths largest slannfacraring Chemists hi ths
Hovxnxa 4. It,
I am acquainted with Kx. H. T. Helmbold; 1
occupied the Drug Store onpoetta my residence.
snd was anoceesf al in candncttag the btunhi
where others had not Oeea equally so before him.
have bean favorably Impressed with his oharaoter
Ftrm of Powers and Welghtman, afnfaotnrlng
Ghemists, Ninth aad Brown Streets, Phila
For wesxness arising from tndiscretloa. The ex
hansted powets of Tatars which are accompanied
by so many alarming symptoms, among whioh will
be found ladi.pneitlon to Exertion .Lose of Memory,
Wakefulness Horror of Disease, or Torebodlngs of
Evil; in tact, Universal Lsesltnde, Prostration, and
Inability to enter into Ihe enjoyments of society.
once affected w)th Organic v7esxneee, requires th.
aid of Medicine to atrenirtbea and Invigorate tbe
system, which HELM SOLO'S EXTRACT BlIUHD
invariably does. If so treatment la submitted to.
Consumption or Insanity ensues.
Fluid Extract of Buchu
tn affections peculiar to Females, ts unequalled
any other preparation, ss in Chlorosis, or Reten
tion, Pilnfnlness. or Suppreaalon of Customary
Evacuations, Ulcerated or bVhlrrna Stat, of
U tern a, and a'.l complaluta tnddental to the sax,
he decline or change of Uia
Fluid Extract Buchu
will radically exterminate from the system dlssstes
arising from habits oi diarlpatJua. at little expense,
Uttls or no change In diet, no Inconvenience
exposure: completely superseding thoee unpleasant
and dangtiroaa remediee, Copalva and Moroury,
Fluid Extract Buchu
In all diseases of these organs, whether existing
male or female, from whatever emu originating,
and ao m.tter ol how long standing. It Is pleas
In tastecd odor. Immediate la action, and more
strengthening than any of ths preparation, of Bark
Thoee suffering from broken dowa or dedsam
eonstitntiona, procure the remedy at one.
The reader must be aware that, however ellrh
may be th attack of ths shove dlaeiecs. It Is certain
to affect the bodily health and mental powers.
All the above diseases requirs the aid of a Din
retie. HELMBOLD'S EXTBACT BUCHU ia
Great Diura c.
?o!& by Drnrjirs STerrwIiere. Price
$ 1.21 per Bottle, r 6 Bottles for $8,50.
Eelivered to. any address. Describe
Symotom ia ail comnanications. ..
Dmrr a.nrt ChemlsaJ "TTarehiuse,
591 Broadway, Hew Yorli.
. tttv7 c i, J,
SCN3 AliE GEMTCTk nrJv rnno
nn in eTUTed WriCper. TVlth
BP lu TJtXl o v
fac-eluiilnofniy Chemical Waref.omp,
3 H. T. HnaMT?OIaI-.
ALLCOOH'S - -
atrietare ef the Bronchial Tabes, Draper of the
Heart, Tamora Internal, evea evariaa, hsva been as
aoabledlf eared b
ALLCuCX'3 PORO'JS FU STE RS.
How great the earatort to have a eaflooaUM eonsn.
te baas eaam paiaa el the Aa, qneer. ereeplac eease-
"""" e aeert earaa b the anapto reeasdy ef
eleaa. flexible, eatArar wasbtiiuneble staetes. Bwt
Internal taraon, eonsidered ol a fatal eharasur. era
eared bf tine auld aad amaocsM analioalaaa.
which, aetiac like a eaeead exta. predeeaa steady
preesnre. br whioh absarptioa. reaoltiBc In eeae et
anew, and nlttia.f core Is ebtaiced. .
Ws nave now tewimrwil.l. trom phratotao. and
ALLCOCX'S POHCUS PLASTERS
Save enrad oaralraia, local rhsnraatiam, eprnal sSss
ttons, p-in. of the aids, dl.msd spleen, Irrita tioa aod
aerrceneSactiensaf toe bowels, tie donluuiesnx es
larsvesent ef paiaMBie srtenea scat, asthma, erewe,
Sidney affeettoae, fraetnree. bml.ee and sprains, new.
ralaia aad aervonsaSeetions of a local sharaeter, hua.
bego, sortlca. weak beck aad ertek of the beck or
aeek, wsacsang eensta, heart all actioos, pteoriav. bra-
tsries, eolde, varlross veins, wet(ht about the dis-
phrasm. heavy tsshDc abont the mage aad heart,
internal adhesions- Tbe Poross Pleahars are srad as
anises sleetncity apea the part npon which they
sresppasd,sadtbatby ste. tins one er rsor
They seem to be appreciated by phrelelana.
For two roars 1 have b.es egtoot anffsrer from aee
islria la the head, and found oar tarnporsry react
from eU the varions rsmedlea that I haws srled, until I
appusdoneof Allenska Pereos rlesteia. leutitlaAs
three serlpa. plserss eaesader each ebaoidar Made,
aad the ether ever the nail ef the bees, snd for tbs
past three montho I have had scsrcely a twinge ef the
aArieaail wfaa aogar frara an i uua diaaaaa. Is loss
as tbs ta aaektaa a anal ef ths wonderful Porous
sates, A. F. STERLING,
See. Smear Mfsv O '
Tlsw Toaa. Jane ISflB. . .
Fain of tha Sid Cured.
Mini . T. "" A Oo.:
Dsan Sxas My dana-hter used owe ef your Porous
Pewters. She had a very had paia m her elde, and N
la on weak. Tours truly,
JOHM V. H. HtTSTES.
Inflammation of tbe
Tsoxas Aixooca A Oo.. Slue Sins For years I have
auflered from rnfl.raiastlon o tbe Udnsrs; ray phret
dans gave me a bt&le relief, aad I moved about like
old nai bent down by yeaia of anfferina. At length
your Porous Plasters were reoomraen'led to na
applied ens ts each Udnay. and the relief wee hum
1 wore teem for thirty days, when my beck aad
kidneys were oerfeetly well, snd I was ence more sbes
In wait erect. I think tha half al the virtues ef your
Plastara rat remain to be told, bat aaoajd any one wS
te bear thereof I shall bs ple..d to tell ef myea.
I am yours, respectfully.
THOMAS J. JA0E8OH,
B KaetThliti eeeisid eti.et
Severe Congh Cnred.
Letter tram th Bev. Tr. Beattie.
SooTca-roww, Orsaas Ool, It. Oct, m, Uea, '
TnooLAS AXbOOCX A Col, nioar Sing:
TourPia-oos rTaateraaresgraatbismiiia Mydsna-h-tsr
Isabella bad whooptsg soogh wane twelvu lucaihe
euee; when the severity of the dawase sbeted aha at 11
for atx amaths had a Sir senna eeugh, aad became
very weak end thin. Plasms mternal ramedie. ef a
avail, sa Allaock'e Parana Piaster was spoiled te ber
chert, Tbs cough was rebeved from the day it we. put
en. snd fax one month was ontiirir eared.
1 am lonra, truly IX BE Aim,
Bs4 Braise Greatly Kelieved in a
. Fete Honrs.
Mr. a writes-. Back snerely bruiasd: could not
move wtlhout paia: eouid selfher walk anv alt up:
srattsd hnunent, sanies, sa; nsrenef; anally pkn.d
two Porcu. Plaster eves tbe part. In a little while my
wife BMuired if I found any a alp. I repoed-Th
fleeter or c.thins make, aw ketfor I have a
did as; dressed end ra three hone trom putting th
piastsm an was writing fax my office, tree from pais.
Beuc s xeuoh benefitted. I give yon uimleaua te
refer te me aa to the aualrdes ot Allcook's Perews
Cure of a Badly Ornsbed Sreast.
OxarrTjxrroxIa Peoember. Vet, mi bteeet bene was
mahad aad badly lnrvad br being atrack 1 a heavy
Mr. 1 was taken home sana.l.w where, for weeks 1
ley at the paint of death. Ky doctors eeuld de but
ttttl for me, sad I euffared cntitrsnsl pain, Tbe do
tcrs thought a blister plaster would help me it put en
my breast, but 1 tbougnt I would try, instead Aileeekw
Porona Piaster. 1 put on on my bresst and side, and
from that time began to get better, sod ta one aesnin 2
ae well, free from paia, and able te attend to my bek
on Any en can call aad aae my sreast, and I will
low them s modern nxiraole of sure.
Has South Filth street, Wiliisnnumrs. L. L, .
Thou Axuxxn a Ox
Important letter from Sr. Samuel
Sard, Governor of Zdabo.
vTAswrjiaTOit, April 3, 187b.
Aixoock A Oo:
Tour Percos atreestheatngPlasliM have proved ef
tbegmateet eerno te ava Boose time etaoal was
rrenbled with violent ihemualle or as-aalgi peine bs
both ef ary arms. Ihey gradually grew wore, snd
approached the heart. Finding nothing I appbed
gave me relies, I tried year Purees Pj-r-an. which I
ware lor tweewntha, Ths paia mill almost hum.
1 base had ae nam stsse. janexteiBal
led them te many ef av friends la th city
oi Atlanta, Ga where I reside, sad they srs loud nx
their era -a. tbe Plseters bavlsg proved equally assrm
tefAuKTeeemasiaaxta. SAAtUSL SABD,
late Mi tor AUantav(Ua) Daily (iew Era.
Sciatica and BJiepmatism.
BAaSTDB UOOSX, BOCBAWAT BgACS, Bapt. L W
Mesera A C(V Sing Sing:
GawTuorrst Tour Plasters have wjaAerfal qoatt-
baa. aad avery trailer anonld har. lii.ia br him. sly
gnests grre great aeoounm of Uri, .ffioaey.
cured of eoagbs; earns of rhsent,e sains: si
ssioio paiaara the bioaa. wde and S .ok. Ia i
and kidney affections their appHe.tlen at equally eae
esesmL 1 errwjll m etteoead with a wiwi sale ta
my left kidney I was magosy for twenty-fear hears.
At length I spplisd en ef your Pleetem Th. sain
aooa began to abate, and in wm course of a few horn
wm entirely i oniovcd. I eaad you that that you may
pnbUah It if you think well lamyenrs,
a. a r AiLnto, .
r-iupiiol.r ot the neestd Hcues,
BRAKDRl-Tl. HOUSE, NEW YORK.
Plaater Works, Sing: Sing.
SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS.
31 A3tr 1
OVW IU All VLSI aai
iu invui AAI M
as' eena s cents lur a ucruncai id 1
PACKARD a, CO.'S
PIA50S, ILX0DE05S, 81
WATCHES, JEWEL KT,Jtc.,
TAA.CED AT 73.a. .$1
Of rvery article dbrpased of on tbe 41
V A 1 plan, and not to b paid for until I
A.' yon know what yoo are to receive. '4-1
Cl; Certificates and Ctrcnlars sent oni1
(j.l receipt of 25 Cents, or S for tL . Uj
91) PACKARD & CO.,
1, 58 "W. Footh 8t, Clndnnall, a ' $
A. Boole for the Million
1YI AXim AGE
s"t I I I ? t V o evTT, on tb
VT J XAJtXtm IphyaMSosieal nn-
terlee and revelatleue of she carnal . "" tn
U(M dneeveriaain nradnetngaod erevMtina oaiprlnaV
pvanerrins tb eomplerion. Ac
Thia M an iotaratfrioa work et two hundred ana twenca
In pairaa, with numarooe .s.nvinga. and WMtaine
vainable mformanoo to toons woo are rnarnad oroon
tamnlat marriaca; enll it ia a book thai ensbtto De
noder lock and key. aad not laid aarcl ly about m
rvmt to any one ftrea of poatas.) for Fifty Cent
AddiM. Dr. ButU' Dispensary, ha Is if. Eighth o
St. Ioa . .
rw- Ntlr te tbe AfSlrtod and rnfrta"";
Bfore aunUuig te the Dotnrloea iCTW who aer
RMiD puhlic papers e using any Qpa Kawa,
peroae Dr. Bntt work, ao matter what four 1
or b,iw depiorakle raor eondiaon. m.
Dr. Botta oaa be oonauitad. ?SJTfRl?L?N5 M
the dieeam. centtoorf in J"eevks, ''J "
"irate SC. bal. MarSata dUacetant, St. Umie. Mo.
a rms wTFI-iiS A TdOTtrH) by the
A MsKIIA N atITTI IA HIMK IU,
" FERRIS MILES, ,
Steam Hammer and BlacMne Tools
Twcty-lTth and Wewd ircwta.
Tb 8TWAX HtMMERaait eboold be -pl. in
ronstrooma, fewirwl in Actum, aaeaaasw la naadr
hnr, aad MvlermU in Prio.
Ibowriamiaers nave our peien sen. mwa, wnica
I .or, .ItMui.. di. d on-o..n
prrfeet art'joatment, either tea Beay. "laid blow tor
drawing dowa work, os tbe tight, qick biow fc baiab.
ln aamJg mi ar.'ft ogahf W0 nnrraf aWt-Mer, AvA l iftH
mm'of mr-ier. Alt Wm, frtMB lftl ft OPWardj, WUtt
mtarlo or dooblt IVsvnTeM.
i N4..ISK LATtlh. rTTm rtoor taw! bOawy. evpr.hl
of rtotnjr Ibo bwMtTWHt od mX svecarsto wort. Alao
-or p it eiow cott i w Ij-o-s which will do o.Tbr
fts-s.waj QT gOwwHWUlM. WaiiOOtOhgUACOOf ( WM-a