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A REMEDY FOISD AT LAST!
It Will Chare Your Cough !
It Will Present and Core Consumption.
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result in filial UnHinptlniii ""
prwnM Remedy i. wol n-l. Why
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Allen's Lung Balsam
In Wftrraat-i to break lift the mnat traablsnta Oomrh
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cu nov more ev.4onoe of ri merit thaa this B AI.
8AM. for (rttrmg COKSCKPTIOll, COUQHS, Coum,
Asthma, Cnorp, A.
Is is only about cTfv yar. sfnee the BilttB was
Hr ottered to the public ; 4 In this turt Use It nee
becone known nd innreciatd In nearly every town
en J rillAf throohant tbc United States and the Do
ninlna of Canada Hnndreds of thons-.nd of bottles
ire annually eold, and ttwaaands of wlrnesse teei to
Its anoqaaled power la coaling the dKeaiw loat it k
.tlllen's Lung Balsam
WHAT THB DOKJTORS 8 AY.
Amee Woolly, M. D., of Kosetn-c Co., TiH.t sat:
"For three year past I haTe used AHea'i Lone Bal
evtniTelr in my practice, aqd I am satis6ed til are
a e batter medicine for lunar dlsaaq; In mo."
Ia A, JWan, M. D., ot Lnraa CntT, O.,
A'tlcn'B Luc Hnleam not only soils rapidly, bat tcim
perfect satisfaction in cwoiy within my knowied.
Bavinr oonfidenoe in it. and knowing that it possesses
Talnatrte medicinal proporti-n, I freely ae it la my
expectorant. It to most certainly far ahead of aay
pewparaUoa I hare ever yet knowa."
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IT CONTAINS NO 0?IUM IN ANY FORM
It m Hmld by M estidae Dneien Garerally !
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mas of any RlRm. Unprincipled awn may de
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ERRORS OF YOUTH.
AGKNTT-PMATf whosoffered foryeara from Kw-r-,
TWhiHry, PremaXor Dee, aad all the effects
of youthful radisTretton, will, for the sahv of suffer
log humanity, send free to all who need H the recipe
and diirctkra 1W ma Wine the simple remedy by which
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oimhaenca JOHN B. OGDF.N,
!o Cedar street. New York
Our Invisible Enrmiett
The raw, aatrlogetit atmoepbere of winter create
od aggravate many afJaoenta. To protect thenar,
dree as effectually as ponfbie against tbe torfefbfe
dangers whkfe awTwud them at this season, abxmid
be the eepeotol care of perscne ooiattitatiooalr deU
cate. As there Is bo madiclnal preparalJos m wse
which so thoroughly braeoa aad tnTigoratee the stom
ach, the ftvrT, and the Derres, as Eostetters Bttters,
a coarse of that agreeable tonic at particnlarly
advisable for dywprpties, bOioixt and nerroos suffer
ers, in the cold, damp and trying weather which
grsieratty preratfs in our climate at this period of the
year. Buddon chills have a tttj bad effect irpoa
dyspgptioB aad in o.'ri duals of bilioos habtts, not oav
freqacntly producing oongeetioa of the hrer or
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prerentiTe. The operation of the great vegetable
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cist the action of those fnrmidilde foes of vitality, a
low temperature and unwholesome winds and fogs.
By quickening the superficial eircnLttion, withowt
cresting anything approaching to fever. It Imparts
tone to the skin, and thus renders the surface of the
body comparatively impervious to unhealthy external
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The Children's Choice. BY L. D. NICHOLS.
The Children's Choice. BY L. D. NICHOLS. ROBERT
Of all tbe treat that grow la tbe wood,
Tbe oaa euuna tbe king to nae ;
How proodly he atretonea his boogba abroad !
Wnat a aturdy trunk haa he I
Of hi tough, dean wood bran ahtpa are made.
To aail oW the ocean wide;
Aa once tbey wrestled with atorma on land.
Bo the; now defy wind and tide.
The oak la strong, btrt tbe pine to aweet,
And aoftly he aingetb to me
Tbrongh tbe midaummer bourn, when I ne at hkt feet.
And dream what my future eball be.
Hie .picy wood in a hnndred waya
la neef nl all orer the land ;
It yieMeth quickly (aa glad to aero)
To toe flame, or tbe carrer'a band.
Tbe oak and tbe pine may be strong and tweet,
Bat shall tbe appie-tree aing,
For tbe juicy rod Iroit he dropa at our feet.
And bia roae and-whif bloom in tbe epring.
Wbat podding! and pies and elder clear
To txus dear old tree we owe I
What paring frolics. Thanksgiving cheer 1
Long, long may it lire and grow I
LAURA. NED. BESSY.
Jry fsTOttt twee k) tbe Crtsmae-twee!
It gwows la a tub of mosa,
tt bwonght your Beasy die darlln' doD
And aoootif ul wooxingJinaB.
It gwowed tn onr parlor, all in one night,
'Most up to tbe fop of tbe wall, "
AD oorercd with pweaenta and Candida bwlght ;
Bessy finks it's tbe best twee of all I
C. P. CRANCH.
Burly Bones was the name of a big
young fairy who bad idle habits, and
who got into difficulty, because he
wouldn't occupy himself usefully like
the other fairies. I am going to tell
too aome of his adventures.
One day, while he was wandering
through a neighboring wood, he found
under a tree a bottle which had been
left behind by some picnic party, which
had been feasting there a few days be
fore. The bottle had held punch, but
was now empty, except a few drops at
the bottom, it 1st half hidden in the
grass, and Burly Bones, looking in to
see wbat was there, for the first time
in his life penfeived the odor of punch.
Foolish fairy ! It was a luckless day
for him. No fly was ever more f aci
nated with a lump of sugar than the
elf was with this puncn-Dottie.
So he did not pause to reflect,
but crawled in, and drank and
drank. "It was but a drop, but it
was a drop too much for a fairy. The
result was that Burly Bones soon reel
ed away, addressing very foolish speech
es to the flowers, and trampling them
down, or knocking off their heads, be
cause they did not not reply to him.
He tried to fly, but his wings seemed
Rlned to his back. lie could hardly
raise one foot after another to walk. In
this state, he stumbled along, talking
to himself; and trying now and then
to sing; and not having the least idea
where he was going, he stuck fast in a
Becoming alarmed, he roared for
help in rain. .Presently some ltogs
came to aee what was the matter, but
finding him in a tipsy candition, they
didn't treat him with much respect, but
lumped over him, and splashed him
with muddy water, and made mouths
at him, and awful guttural noises.
Th en the mosquitoes flocked around and
stung him, and the great dragon-flies
darted by him in a threatening way.
Fierce-looking birds, with long bills
and legs, seemed ready to devour him,
and sometimes a gigantic cow came
crashing through the flags, and several
times he thought he should be trodden
After Buffering horribly from his
fears, he at length succeeded in draw
ing out one leg and then another; and
a little sobered by the cold marsh wa
ter, he made out to get almost home
but in what a condition ! He was cov
ered with clay and mud, which ren
dered his wings quite useless. He tried
to avoid being seen by the other fairies,
and was making his way toward a little
brook that ran through the wood, in
order to quench his thirst (for the
punch had made him very thirsty), as
well as to wash off the mud which
disfigured him. But he had the ill
luck to meet a party of merry elves
near the brook, who, as soon as they
saw him, greeted him with a great shout
of laughter. Burly Bones tried to re
treat, but the faines surrounded him,
and determined to have some fun out
of him. Among them was a pretty lit
tle maiden fairy, a little wild coquette
of a thing, whom Burly Bones had
made love to without success. Her
name was Whirligig. She was a great
dancer and waltzer, and was eagerly
sought as a partner by all the young
gentlemen fairies in their moonlight
dances and revels. Now, Burly Bones
was a clumsy, big, awkard elf, and his
attempts at dancing -were quite ridicu
lous. He usually tumbled down, or
got tripped up and skulked home very
much mortified, and sorely jqalous of
all the gay and graceful cavaliers who
obtained the hand of Miss Whirligig
in the dance.
So, though Miss Whirligig did not
smile upon him, she could afford some
times to laugh at him. And this was
now the oase on the present occa
sion. She encouraged the furies to
tease him. Whereupon, some of them
ran under his legs and tripped him np.
Some splashed him with water. Some
pricked him with thistle-thorns.
Some pulled his hair. Some pelted
him with acorns. . Burley Bones grew
desperate, and plunged and k eked and
threshed about like a madman, declar
ing that he would be revenged. At
last, one of them plucked a large ripe
w-aspberry, and coming behind him,
l l . , . ,
ciappea 11 over ms neaa, completely
covering it, and looking like a red fuli
bottom wig. He tried in vain to pull
it off. Then the wasps and flies at
tracted by the raspberry, flew upon
him and almost knocked him over. In
his desperation, he ran, but, blinded
and half-smothered, he stumbled over
a stone, and lay on the ground exhaust
ed the raspberry being half broken by
the falL The elves then flew away and
There Burly Bones lay till the shades
of evening fell upon the woods, when
it chanced that there came along a so
ber, benevolent old fairy named Hol
lyhock, who sometimes went by the
name of Deacon Hollyhock. He was
very busy gathering flower seeds in the
woods. Seeing a brother elf lying mo
tionless, and his face and head smeared
with what seemed to be blood, though
it was only raspberry juice, he took
him up softly, and flew away with him
to a beautiful ' large garden (of
which he was the guardian,)
where, having consulted old Mrs.
Pansy, bis little wife, they washed
the stains off his face, and put him to
bed in a splendid mass-rose, where they
left him. Here he slept soundly. But
early in tbe morning, a great grumbling
bumble-bee came to make a call upon
the flowers, and tumbled into the fra
grant bed of rose-leaves right alongside
of him, This sudden unceremonious
visit, accompanied with the tremendous
buzzing of the bee, frightened Burly
Bones bo (for he was hardly awake, ana
was just beginning to wonder where he
was) that he scrambled out of bed, and
fell into the grass. He fell upon the
back of a stout grasshopper, who, not
knowing it was a fairy, gave him. a great
kick in the ribs with his strong bony
legs, as he jumped away out of sight.
Boiling over on the grass, he encoun
tered a toad, who was looking out for a
cool place to spend the day in. Burly
Bones was somewhat alarmed, and
crept under a strawberry-vine. But the
toad, or rather the fairy, for it was a
fairy in disguise, hopped off to tell the
guardian of the garden that there was
a stranger elf, whose looks he did not
like, trespassing on tbe ground.
Presently, a little boy and girl came
along the garden-walk, talking and
laughing, and busying themselves
planting bulb-roots and seeds.
"Oh!" said the mischievous elf,
" vou think vou are going to have some
beautiful flowers, do you, snd a garden-
bed all to yourselves I sut X shall
spoil your fun, for I shall dig np all
your roots and seeds while you are
Burly Bones would have been wiser
if he had not said this aloud, for Holly
hock cauKfcby just then and overheard
"Aha! n he thought, "you are dis
posed to do mischief in my garden, are
you t Little did I think you would re
pay my kindness thus. '
So, that night, Hollyhock
watched him, and saw him
go to the flower-bed and begin dig
ging up tbe flowers the children had
planted. Nothing was so contrary to
Hollyhock's ideas of morality as a deed
of this sort ; so, quick as a flash, the
old guardian pounced upon the delin
quent, seized bim by the nap of the
neck, drew over his head a cap made of
bats' wings, and calling two or three
fairies, they bound him fast, and shut
him up in a dark place, and then had
him tried before a court of faries. The
court sentenced him to hard work in
the garden for a year. They clipped
his wings, and dressed him in a snake
skin coat, and fed him on the simplest
fruits; and his bed was not a bed of
roses, but of dry leaves. And while he
was at work, weeding and removing
stones, a fairy, in the shape of an ugly
great toad, was set to watch him. Burly
.bones grumbled a great deal, and made
several attempts to escape; but he was
too closely watched.
For a long time he worked hard, be
cause be was forced to work; but finally
he became more resigned to his im
prisonment and his labor.
Then gradually a change came over
him. lie saw the other fanes in the
garden working nearly as hard as him
self, but all interested in their work
all as nappy as the b rds. They worked
at their garden as artists do at their
pictures. Why should he alone be dis-
Then be began to say to himself :
" What an. idle scamp I have been I
And yet was I any happier than I am
here I Now I begin to see that there is
just as much fun in being occupied and
useful as in being idle and mischievous.
Besides, to tell the truth, I am getting
interested m gardening. And if Holly
hock will only forget my folly and. re-
receive me as a companion among the
garden fairies, I think I should like to
remain here. 1 hnd these fellows, too,
mere sociable than the wood fairies."
So Burly Bones became quite a respec
table and useful fairy. And when, af
ter serving out his year of disicpline,
he was told he might go back to the
woods, he begged to be allowed te re
main. Hollyhock reflected upon the
matter, and talked it over with Mrs.
Pansy, and finally consented on Burly
d- -t a i i r
Still, Burly Bones often sighed when
he thought of hirligig, and wondered
it he should ever pic 'j her.
"Perhaps," said, he, "if I learn to
dance she will like-me better."
So he went to a friend of his named
Larkspur, a tall, slender, light-footed
elf, and asked him if he would be so
kind as to give him a few lessons.
Larkspur readily agreed, and bringing
out a little fiddle, proposed that he
should begin at once, it was funny to
see what awkward capers and gambols
Burly Bones exhibited at first. Butbv
dint of encouragement and persever
ance, he made such progress that at
length he ventured to join the fairies
of the garden in their midnight hops,
and was bold enough to lead the dance
with Miss Bluebell, one of the most
graceful of the dancers.
Soon he became so fond of the amuse
ment that he would sometimes even
stop short in his work and cut a pigeon-wing
in the air, much to the aston
ishment of the grave Deacon Hollyhock
and the quiet Madam Pansy.
This old couple, however, liked to
see the younger fairies enjoy them
selves, uu the suggestion of Jbarkspur,
they determined to give a party, and
invite all the wood faries to it Burly
Bones was overioyed to hear it, for he
thought that Whirligig would come, of
course. But while he was cultivating
the graces and the morals, Whirligig
was getting to be weary of dancing
forever, and rather tired of her dancing
Deaux. cstiu, when she heard of tbe
invitation, she resolved to go. The
party was to be given in the loveliest
part of the garden, at the full of the
The night came, and Burly Bones and
Whirligig met. She was amazed to
see the improvement in his appearance
and manners, and began to repent thai-
she had ever ridiculed him. But when
she saw him dancing away with Miss
Bluebell, she was still more astonished.
and began to feel almost jealous of her
rival. Soon, however, he came to ask
her hand in the next dance, and a merry
dance they haa. JtSut when it was over,
somehow they found themselves stroll
ing off in the moonlight, and talking of
ora times ana new times, and not oar
ing to dance any more. They seemed
to have a great deal to say to each
other; and Miss Whirligig's heart was
quite softened toward poor Burly Bones,
while he was more in love with her than
Well, I won't undertake to report
their conversation, but it was quite
evident that Miss Whirligig saw Mr.
Burly Bones in quite a different light
rrom that time. And the long and
short of it is that after a few months'
more acauaintance. thev ware mai-ril
happily, and settled in the garden. And
I conclude with the hope that all who
read this may be as good and useful in
their day and generation.
Bosquillon on the Secrets of Longevity.
"To chew well and to walk well"
said Bosauillon. "are the CTentent an.
crets of longevihj- that I know of."
une of the most pernicious habits that
can be acquired is of eating fast. The
loss of teeth is not nerassarily condu
cive to a short life, if the imperfection
in chewing is remedied by a more care
ful and slower process. Simplicity in
diet is another great point Two. or at
the most, three dishes ought to suffice,
but monotony should be avoided.
There should be variety in simplicity.
It is also of importance to preserve a
certain degree of regularity in repast
The number of repasts may vary with
age and constitution ; but three repasts.
a light breauast, a good dinner in the
middle of the day, and a light supper.
are admitted more favorable to health
than late dinners, which leave the stom
ach unoccupied for a long interval, and
overloaded at night It is further of
importance that the mind should be at
ease during meals. That which is
pleasant promotes digestion; every
thing that is the reverse is obnoxious.
Plutarch declared laughter to be the
best sauce. Exercise should precede
alimentation, not follow it
ffeS" A Neglected Cough, Gold, or
Sore Throat, which might be checked by a aim
Die remedy, like " Brotrn'i Bronchial Trodl-
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Frederick Great on the Verge of
We find the following in an article in
Harper's Magazine for February on
Frederick the Great :
"At the bridges (after the battle of
Eunersdorf) Frederick found but three ;
thousand men of his late army. The
huts around were filled with the
wounded and dying, presenting an
aspect of misery which, in these hours
of terrible defeat, appalled his majesty.
In one of these huts, surrounded by
mutilated bodies, groans and death,
Frederick wrote the following despatch
to his minister (Einckenstein) at Berlin.
It was dated Octscher, August 12,
"I attacked the enemy this morning
about eleven. We beat him back to the
Jews churchyard, near Frankfort All
my troops came into action, ana nave
done wonders. I reassembled them
three times. At length I was myself
nearly taken prisoner, and we had to
quit the field. My coat is riddled with
bullets. Two horses were killed under
me. My misfortune is that I am still
alive. Our loss is very considerable.
Of an 'army of forty-eight thousand
men, I have at this moment, while I
write, not more than three thousand
together. I am no longer master of my
" In Berlin you will do well to think
of your safety. It is a great calamity.
I will not survive it The consequences
of this battle will be worse than the
battle itself. I h avo no resources more;
and, to confess the truth, I hold all for
lost I will not survive the destruction
of my country. Farewell forever."
Probably the reader will infer from
the above letter that the king felt
that the hour had come for him to die,
and that he intended to resort to that
most consummate act of folly and cow
ardice suicide. He had always avowed
this to be his intention in the last resort
He had the poison prepared. for that
purpose, rnd always corned it with him.
He had urged his sister Wilhelmina to
imitate his example in this respect and
not to survive the ruin of their house.
Ruin now seemed inevitable. In the
battle of Kunersdorf Frederick had
lost in killed and wounded, nineteen
thousand men, including nearly all the
officers of distinction, and also one
hundred and sixty pieces of artillery,
The remainder of his army was so dis
persed that it could not be rallied to
present any opposition to the foe.
Though General Soltikof had lost an
equal number of men, he was still at
the head of nearly eighty thousand
troops flushed with victory. He could
summon to his standard any desirable
reinforcements. An unobstructed
march of but sixty miles would lead his
army into the streets of Berlin. The
affairs of Frederick were indeed des
perate. There was not a gleam of hope
to cheer him. In preparation for his
retirement from the army, from the
throne, and from life, he that evening
drew np the following paper, placing
the fragments of the army which ne was
about to abandon in the hands of Gen.
Finck. By the death of the king the
orphan and infant child of his brother
Augustus William (wno naa aiea dui a
few months before) would succeed to
the throne. Frederick appointed his
brother - Henry generalissimo of the
This notable paper, which reflects
but little credit upon the character of
Frederick, was as follows:
General Finck gets a difficult com
mission. The unlucky army which I
gave np to him is no longer in a condi
tion to make head against the Russians.
Haddick will now start for Berlin,
perhaps Loudon too. If General Finck
goes after these, the Russians will fall
on his rear. If he eontinues on the
Oder, he gets Haddick on his flank.
However, I believe, should London go
to Berlin, he might attack London and
beat him. This, if it succeeded, would
be a stand against misfortune, and hold
matters np. The gain is much in these
desperate circumstances. Coper, my
secretary, will send him the news from
Torgau and Dresden. You must inform
my brother of everything, whom I have
declared generalissimo of the army. To
repair this bad luck altogether is not
possible. But what my brother shall
command must be done. The army
swears to my nephew. This is all the
servioe in these unhappy circumstances
I am in a condition to give. If I had
still had resources, I would have staid
by them. Freberick."
It will be perceived that this paper
is slightly less despairing than the pre
ceding letter which he had written to
Count Finckenstein. Frederick, having
written the order to General Finck,
threw himself, in utter exhaustion, up
on' some straw in a corner of the hut,
and fell soundly asleep. The Prussian
offioers, passing by, gazed sadljr through
the open door upon the sleeping mon
arch. A single sentinel guarded the
A Mobxin'g Visit. Mrs. Graham.
Kate, where is your mother, this morning ?
Kate. She is in the kitchen making mince
pies. Mrs. G. Why Kate ; yon surprise me 1
Mrs. Crocker told me only a few days ago that
he was quite sick, and not able to be about.
Kate. Oh yea ; she has been quite sick ; but
the day after Mrs. C was here, ma seut for a
bottle of Puuitatioh Bitters, and has taken
it three times a day since. It worked like a
charm, and ma sayB she is better and stronger
than she has been" for years. She thinks it the
best medicine in the world, and want ms to
take some : but it is so awful bitter I do not
like it I have taken it several times, but it
gives me such an appetite that I tell ma her
mince pies will net last long. Mia. G Good
morning, Kate. Give my love to your mother,
and tell her she ia safe so long aa she haa
xXAKTATtoa lirrrEBS in the house.
tS5 Sea Moss Faktne from pure Irish
Woes, for Blano Mange, Puddings, Custards,
Creams, Ac, As. Tbe cheapest, healthiest,
and meet delicious food in the world.
MabkTwaix has published his autobiography.
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Bg3 Pbusklnq's White Wine Vinegar
is a most superb article for table use Ask
for it. Warranted pnre.
fcS Pauc in the Stomach and Bowels,
Constipation, Sick-Headache, Cramps, Colic,
Cholera Morbus and Distress after Eating, are
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Cube. It ia certainly the greatest remedy in
existence. For sUe by druggists everywhere.
BQTKkijabxe and Safe. Dr. Henry's
Boot and Plant Pills are mild and pleasant in
then- operation, yet thorough. Dee advertise
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Lake street, Chicago, importers of breech-
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amass sa an assa mr an m awaj A WmTTATS Com.
m avssisBasekssi i sun ort hose about
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I .- i nil mtm With the
latest discoveries ia prod acinic and provnnUn Ost-
aprinir, pi Usui ins me oompteuoo, . .
This la aa laterestlnc work of two hundred and twen-tr-four
paces, with numerous enjrravlnira, and contains
valuable information for those who are married or con
template marriarei still It Is a book thatoturhtto be
under leak aad kef, aad not laid saralaauy aaous au.
fcnt to anyone (free of rmtrtaw) for lffvot.
Address Dr. Butts' Dawaaaary, So. ISM. Eighth St.
St. Lonla. Me. ,
Before apprinc to tbe notorious Qracao who ad vet-
Um in nnNiw- n-n . n .dn an OUACI REMEDIES.
oenue Or. Butte' work, no matter whatyour uietiso ia
or now uopioraoie your eoniuuon.
Dt, Butte oan be consulted, pweonally or by mall, on
the olseesee mentioned m his works, trace, fliui
ElsbthSa. bet. Market and Chestnut. 8t Louis Mo.
Bny HL9 and I'll Do Ton Good.
ROOT & PLANT
Br olesnsins tbe Blood and arousinc the
IJm arwi MfrrthawnM tn a. health V SO-
tton. these Pills cure many com plaints which
Itwowanot oe euppesea tney osuiu i' 1
sncb as Hzasache, Pat r ths Side,
Ncxairras or rn Hvm ato Ft.it, Dru,
irraa. CHtLLOrcsa. Rbkumatisis, JfF.rBALr
oiaTloss or irmm, Bruora Dtsth
tzkt, Kroirrr ArracTiowa, ConsirPATifH,
Debiutt, Fevers or Aix iwm, Dtsttf
sia; JatrKDICCaad other kindred complaints
ariauia from a low state af the bony or ob
structions of Ite functions. Belna free from
mercury or other poisons, tnej can be taken
at all times and under all cirenmsta noea,wltb
oot reward to diet or bnalneaa. .
Price Cents a Box. Prepared by th.
Grafton Medicine Co., ST. Locis, Mo.
Sold brdrusflsts and dealers ia medicine
Of Ftwer sad Vt-tretable 8el9. and
BUMMER FLOWERING BULBS,
WIT. be ready for mtvlHnc by the middle of JmwaMXTJtot
wiUtstAndiD oar rretvt lose oi type, ptvper, encr'rlnr-v,
to., br the fire wblca. destrored the Job PrloUajr Omce
of toe Rochester lmncTt & ChremieU on the ereDln
of 35 th Deoernber, 1870. It wilt be printed on most
Ictjevnt new anted pper, ua mastruea wiu mesxij
I71wa nn-a4s-awl nt-sarlaaai I KwarPflWINavS.
And two finely executed Colored Pluto- pecimeos for
Ui or wDton were irrown oy ooneiTee iaa put .wuop
nrl fmfn onr nwra itoek of Seeds. In the orliQJltT.
execution and extent of tbe EntrrartntT tt U Q alike
and eminently Npertor to any other Catalogue or
"Floral Go-de1 extant.
The Cataloarne will eonstetof 1 12 Paget, aad aa soon
aa published will be sent free to all who ordered Seeds
from aa by is ail tbe last aeaaom. To other ehanre of
11 Cents per copy will be made, which la really not the
ralae ef the Colored Plates. We assure ear t liends
that the Inducements we offer to pnrcbasers of Soeds,
aa to quality and extent of Stock, Dtttooante and Pre
mlnma are anscjpsssed, Psoase send osden far Cata-
aOgXaea wiuwrnt delay.
Ottrr rami owl f J f rwMS fW 1 ATI
WOl be'rearly to send ont sbont the lt of Jamiary. The
UOromo will represent ronkJwo rinewc oc ue noei
ihowt &tm1 nrcalavr Flowera. of natoraJ size and eolor.
We deabrn to make It the beat Plate of Flowers ever is
sued. Site, 19x34 inches. The retail rsJue would be at
least two uouara; we saait, powerer, rnrnian it 10 cua
tomers at Tt eents per copy, and ahaQ offer tt aa a Pre
Balum a pan orders (or Seeds. See Catalogue when oat.
BRIGOS oV BROTHER, RaxMter, N, V.
NILSSON BOUQUET I
THB HEW PERFUME.
4 TTRTI ON. Important themsrried.or tboee
iV contemplating marriage. Valaniile infonnR
lioa given by enclong One Dollar to Lock Box "b,"
DESIHIWO EMPLOYMEHT, ahoold erurare in oor
aewjightsprofitable and honorable basin esa. $6
to ( JO per day are made tJa- by persona of both
exes, yoang and eld. A aaajai ralnable sample, whioh
can be aad la erery family, and full partiotv
Uni.ant on receipt of 10 naasaj oenta. Addrese
PIKACE A 6TC)RiWl Augusta, Maine.
Agents ! Head This !
WIT W1XI. PAT AGENTS A 8AT.ARYOF
V 1 H3Q per week and expenses, or allow a lanre
eomnuaslon. to sell our new wonderful inventions.
Address M.WAUSKK A CO Marshall. Mich.
WANTED Reliable men to makemonertn tbe
quiet, For partie iara aad price list address P.
O. Box ata rsbtcaro
A GEVTS WATEI-f5 A MOWTRby tbe
A AMKRICAN KNITTI?fl JlACIlI.ttO
BOSTON. MASa, or ST.LOOla, Ma
fnr a swpTror artlcl). SM Ca fJ20 per day and no risk.
r jroaj want jtoation as salesman at or near hotna,
tn introdooe o oew 7-strand WJkit WinR.p CtmtMm
Line m-AirA trill toM forrerr. Don't mt4 this chance.
Sample free. Aoaresa Mumimm kxwtt win c., ie w u-
lareas ttmom tnwrr rtxrm m.. h
r 16 Dearborn St.. Chicago, IlL
liam W. Y.
I fl CO A O Mektng In 10 Heam!
V llll.Ur.nitT'BtvAU ot 8wncDLr.Rs!
As my plan of making Vinesrar Is being extensively
sold and used fraudulently, aotice Is hereby aiveo that
persons so using will be prosecuted for lafringemeat.
FordrtaMs of plan. tc, send three cent stamp to A.
D. STRUJiU, Asntatfflia, uaio.
rlwwl10 TTavit StTAT1yA?
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Zlaps. Address Mas, a. MSTZOKB. Hanover. Pa.
EBISXQiL Box le, Mart4ubaxf, Vu Vg.
& ass. " iii
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146th REGULAR MOXTHLT
ilFT EHTEBPR SE
Ta Draws Mendmy, FebnAry SO, 1871.
S75.000 in Valuable Gifts!
1 Cash Prize of - - $5,000 3 Cash Prizes of $500 each
2 Cash Prizes of $1,000 each 5 Cash Prizes of $100 each
Faulty Carriage aid Matched Horses, with Silver-Moaated Hariess, worth $1,500!
OKX HORSE tt BTJGGY, witi SELVER-MOTJUTED HARNESS, worth 1600
O.III riNE-TStXEB WMIWOOD riAHO. WORTH SMI
FTVB FAMILY SEWING MACHINES, WOETH tlOO EACH
JM Sale sad Sllvsr Isrer Hastier Wttraea. werta fro- 8S te $MO sek. Ladles Sols LemtW
r M. fiesta' told Teat fkaiss. Solid Silver and Desble-Plstes Table aad Teassooas, Silver-Ptatea
( asters, Photarrsph Hasan. Ladles' dels Breastpins aa tar-riera, linU' tJeM Breaatslaa,
rtacer-rUfS, Gel Fees, (silver exteaeiea,) ate.
WHOLE NUH8EI Of SIFTS. 10.000: TICKETS LIMITED TO 75.0001
Mr teeth IWalar Jfemthly Cm Kaitvrvrtsw will be drawn on Monday, Febrnary lWLlI
a-, im been in tba Uift Enteruiue Business for seventeen years, in which time I nave zljen seventeen;
Annual Distributions, thlrtv-foor Scml-Annnal, and one hnndred and fbrty-Uie '"f" ' " Li T.
tVuons. aad In sacok baa there been a postponement of the Drawl rut. or any Iblnjt done that did not s-Its
IwTWocrlon tottae t Kket-bolders. T be public may rest assured that this Drawing will take place
asompUy on tbe day advertised, and to tba entire satlafacuon of all my patrons,
nrivvvn m srl.l. wickets. as wssai Liberal Pisawlwana will mm patM.
Wle Tickets, $1 j Six Tickets, $5 j Twelve Tiokets, $10 ; Twenty-fire Tickets, $20
areolars eontalnlnr a full Hat of prizes, a description of tba manner of dm wins'. bs lnmraattoa
a reference to tae viauumuoa, wiu oe sens so nj u.c.
inwssaw All louara must be a4dresaed te L. D. SUTE, Box 86,
aew is Km s CladnaaH 0. CL1UMATL ft
In Bowtbwest Mlaaowrf .
Tbe Atlantio & Facifio R. R. Co.
Have for sals UOOjOOt acres, ef best Quality, ea km
These lands are net bimurM Int. market, bavins
been reserved aiuee 1W3 till the eonipletioa of this
hands. Aetnal settlers are eomios in. and tn them only
are sales msda. The best climate, with abort, mild
wintersand lone summers, relieved hv ceoloaieal eleva
Uon, from crest heat, and healthful ness superior te all
aunsumptlve tendencies, invite settlers te thin rectos.
f or parucujars, in pamnnjers, appiy v
AMOS TUO K, Land Commissioner.
Conor Sixth aad Walnut bta, St. Louie, Mo.
COCOHljk CROUP, BRONCHITIS,
COLDS, ASTHMA. INFLUENZA
UosuracsMaa tXmid latrripieajt COaMsxi.
Babs PztrroftAi. Euxra haa rapidly voa the favor
of patients who hare tried it, and also tae patronage of
the medical f acuity la eery section of the country
where it has been tntrodnoed. No remeay for the
lanjrs and throat ever discovered stands so popular
after onoe ased aa thia nreparatloo. It la made anoer
tbe saperaiftion of Mr. T. H. Barr, one of tbe best prac
tical cnemisu la the State. The success which haa
attended the nae of this remedy for the past sixteen
years, where known, baa induced a to make it more
widely known filr the benefit of the anfferlng. Let the
afflicted give it a fair trial, aa we are confident tht
relief and permanent cure will be the result. Sold by
all drojnrisU in tbe sectAoa where thia advert lew nena la
N. B. Circulars gtting eertffieates of remarkable
euros of the afflicted wtli be sent on application, or they
will be found artwmpanylng each botUe oi tbe Pectoral
Tbe Euro ta pleasant to take, and le neatly aad
elcgsntly pat ap ia Urge bvKlea at ONE DOLLAR
T. H. BARR & CO a Txaax Hacts, tint.
SoM in Chicago at Wholesale by
FULLER, FI!CH TrCLLER; LORD A SMITH;
VAN Sf'rtAAlJK.STKVESSOS A RKID ;HTJRLBUT
KDSALL: K BL'RNR AM A SOX; BLOCKI A CO.;
TOUt A. S A KINO ;KOCKWOOD A BLOCKL
BICE A RISI9G;DOBMr.N A SCHMIDT; GREEN
In St. Louis bv
RICHARDSON A CO.; COLLEfS, BRO&.
And thronrhont the Kortbw
by all Druxxiats.
T OCALASD TRAVELING AllEJTTS WANTED
1 J tor - name Mtu-9tone ureeaer." IBM ia a aw
oeaa. bend stamp for particulars.
HARRIS A CHISHOLM.
UNTIL TOTJ HAVE 8BEN
Select Western List
50 DAILY IVEWSPAPEKS.
17" Bead for ear rates of ajdrerttfing ta the Vfrvsv
m, Cbicajro Newspaper Uaaoa, K.ealogg aad EUevUie
lim of woeklr nesrsDaoers.
Bates of advertising? gvsaj for ajr paper hi the
LOW RATES and bifonnatsoa wUl be fttrniabed free
by ad grossing
Newspaper Advertising Agents.
n-TPIIA.M'H DEPILlATORT POWDER. Rc
S.J moves anpenlnous hair In nve mlnutea, witbont
injury to vne aain. Dent oy mau ior sija.
UPHAM'S ASTHMA CURE
ReMevas moet violent psTTwma ta ftva salaatea aa
HeeU a speedy care. Frtoe $H by maiL
THE JAPANESE HAIR STAIN
Colors tbe whiskers and hair a beaatlfnl buci or
BBOWw. it consists of only one preparation, ft
by mail. Address & C. Vp RAM. It a 721 Jame stroet.
LuisVAjeipoAa, ra ucoiars sans Jiua. soia ay au
Weed Family Favorite
MaanfaetwredbythsWeeda. M.OC), Hart ford, Ot-.as
bow periaoted, la the BEST ana MOST RKLlABLB
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE,
For all kinds of family work now tn nae. It will do a
larger range of work, sewing from the lightest goods
to the heaviest beaver, cloth or leather. wiUiosit ohjanxe
of Needlee, Thread or Tension. It ia simple, aad not
lis Die to get on, oi oroer. it. nas a su-signi aeecue, ana
makes toe Lock Stitch. Responsible Agent wanted
la Atnarv mnntr. A UbersJ dascoant to the trade.
Send for price list and termsvo 4JKO. O. THOaAS,
I45t iaaae stree, v;nieago, Afferjs ior to jiorwaweaw.
Say where yoa saw thia advertiaemenw.
CHAPPED fliDS 1D FACE,
Llpa, aChryacass af tbe SsUb, fgc eVe
Cured at onee by HKGEMA1TS CAMPHOR K K
WITH GLYCERINS. It keeps the hands soft ta all
weather. See that yoa get HKGE MAN'S. Hold by all
Druggl'ta. Only 2S cents. Manufactured only by
BJcoMAif tt Co., Chemists and Dniggiata, New York.
D R . WHITTIER.
LOTTGFR located tn St. Louis than any CTironv
ic Physician, so successially treata Simple and
Complicated Venereal Dtavcaacsaa to bring patients
from every State. H La hospital opportunities, a life
time experience wit h purest drags prepared In tbe
stsblisnment, cures cases given ap by others, no
matter who filled; tell your private trouble. Cos
saltation free. Send two-stamps for medical essaya,
M A5BoOD,WoitiJTBOOD, sent by null, U oenu
each, both for 25 ctv, lw paces. All that the carious,
doubtful or inquisitive wish to know about titom
selves, marriago, ate. Every young man and woman
murht to read It aa a warninsr. The nervoaa. debili
tated or partially impotent are sdMiUficaUy ad vtaef-
A GREAT OFFER.
T?nraee WsVom. 1 Broadwav. N. Y.. will dispose erf
ONE HUNDRED PIANOS, M ELODEONS, aad OR
OANS of six flrst-elaas makers, Including C bickering Jt
Son's, at extremely low prices, for cash, during this
month, or will. take from t& to gSft monthly, until paid.
HOW TO GET PATENTS
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TUB SECRETS OFYOrTn OTEIXED
A medical Treatiee of thirty-two psa-sa, aent pr
t loo. 00 per moo to and expenses. lUisrericrreQulrad
, lUMalSi A e.VsV-t SaW-WaW VawaUMSKV. 4
Dr. J. Walker's California
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r , Bpuita and Kefuae Llqnnrs, doctored, C l
o epiced and sweetened to pleaaa-the rr t .
H X ' - "-' l'ontca.' 'Appetizer. Ac & i
Tbev are the flREAT BLOOD PURIFIER and
LIKE OIV1NO l lllNt'n'LK, a perfect Kenovator
and Invtporator of the Bytrm. f.o person can tea.
tbe Bittcra acconliiia to dirertiona and remain loos;
For ISFLAMMATOTtY end C1IR0S; BTTKrjf A
TISM snd OOUT. DYSPEPSIA, or INPIOKSTION,
BII.'OUS, REMITTENT and lNTfBM ITTENT
FBVKKS. DISEASES of the BLOOD. L1VKR. KID
NEYS, and BLADDER, these Bitters bavs been moat
DYSl'EPSH or INPTOrT'TIOW, Headache, PMn
bl the Shoultlers. Coughs, Tiirhtncsa of tba Chert,
DminMi Siwir Krnctations of the Stomich. Bad Taste
in tle Month. Bilious Altvckr. aljltauon of the
Heart. I n nam mat ion or i:kt i.urirs r. in in tire wviuim
of tbe Ehlne-.. and a hundred other painful symptoms,
are the n(7-:rintr of IvDepsix
For SKIX 11SES1-JJ, ErontlooR. Tetter, Salt
Rhenm. Blotrhea, PpoU, Pimnlea. Pnatulea, Bo;ls,
Carhunciee. Ring- Worms. Scold Head. Sore Bvea.
Frvainelaji. T' -h ScurfA. lilsrolorations of'tho Bkin.
Hnmora and Diwes of the bkin, of whatever name
or natnre, are Uterslly du(r np and carried out of lbs
avstcm m a errors time or me use oi mcse wiien.
"PIN, TArE ard other WORMS, lnrkinr in the svateai
ef so msnv tnoiTsands. srs destroyed and removed.
J. WALKKR,Trprietor. K. H. MrDOSAifl 00.
Irsga1fa aiid Oen. Asvsttn. Ban Kranciara,
and S3 It 34 Commerce Street, N. Y.
sWSOLD DY ALL DliU(. GISTS AND liEALZBS
" GARDE.LG FOR PROFIT,"
The former detalllna- tbe system of Market Gar.
drains! the latter OESORlWIVB ot tne modes
C.mmerrial Floricullare, as practiced In the
vicinity of New York. Mailed, postpaid, for L50 each.
Our Annual Ieacrlptlv. Cataloeue of
Veretabla and Flower Seeds,
Containing two new aad BEAUTIFULLY COLOR
ED PLATES is now ready. Also, Catalogue at
NEW AND RARE PLANTS,
TT.T.tTSTRATPn with Colored Pistes and Enrravbura.
Both will be mailed o. receipt of Twenty-ove Cents,
sent wita either ul the aoove nooaa tree oi coarse,
HENDERSON & FLEMING,
Herd .Merchant and t.rwerrrs.
67 N ASHAIT rT- NEW TOKK.
la Cash Gifts, ta k niarrifcwtem by thw New
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71 " Iteisdeona, " 7o 100
0 Sewtni Machines " 60 to Kt
US Gold Watches ... - 75 to 800
Cash Prlaea, Silver Wars, Au valued at tLOOOX
A chance to draw any of the above Prixee for Ite.
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weU mixed. On receipt of iie. a SralrJ T U drawn
wit bout choice and sent by mail to any addreas. Tbe
prize named upon it will be delivered to the ticket,
holder on payment of Ow Mior. Prlaea are Immedi
ately aent to any address by express or return aasii.
Vou will know a hat your prise is before yon pay for
tt. A pries esctaeee. or awacv mf eww uaa
Ma blank. Onr lutraat can deosnd on fair deal Ins.
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St. Louis Saw Works.
BRANCH. GROOKES & GO.
maniifactiirers of SPATJLDLTffG'S
Patent Inserted Teeth Saws.
FOR BALB AT THE IB WABXHOU8KS,
c rn rtnooniv hbm. womb-,
99 IUOIU rwll Uni.BOYSamlCTRLS.
who enjraae In our new business make from 93 ts
s I n aer dav Is Ib.ji on Igoaliuw. Kull particular.
ana instrwcuun. wan- ire. u " , ;
permanent, prcntab.e work, should address at owoa.
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ta furnish all claaM with constant employment at
borne, the whole of te time or for the spare momenta,
u . li.ht . iwi nmtltahln. Persona of eltbe.
an easily earn from We to (t per eveninsT. aad a pro
portional sum by djvntins their whole tlm. to the
bnatneaa. Bore and .rlrla earn nearly a. much aa men.
That all who see this jodcemay send their address, and
teat the boniMes. we make tow anuarall,led offer: To
such aa are not well satisfied, we will send tl to pay foe
tbe trouble of wrifos. Full particulars, a valuable
ssmple which will do to commence work on, and a copy
oi J. PntpU iivr Compmmiomoom of the Unrest
and bast family newspapers pobllahed all sent free by
maiL Real lor, if you want permanent proatable worm.
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TO THE SUFFERING.
a I... a-. naMMMatlas. Brwnchltna.
AstbaaaVNore Tn--dl. Mcrof-la. Cw-a-ba ; asJ
r.lii anal irra. Ittls recipe I discovered while re
atduv In Braxll as a uissleuary. It cured me of Coaj
sumptioa when all otter means bad fsiled, therefore 1
feel ft mj duty to seal it, free of ehanre, to all who an
entfevitur from Throat and Luna disorders.
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9t Bleecker Mew XorS Ulty.
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"Knowledge is Power."
IE8 WORTH tl.Wt
te any man or wom
an, may be obtained
by sncloaine etams
to II. i i lose.
nvAMTF-AflrTS (20peT av to ," Jb.
celebrated ROMs SHUTTLE 8BWINO MA
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The beat and cheapest family bewins Manhlna ta
the snaikat. Addreea. . .
JiiHViWV. CLARK A CO.
a. LAmia, J.
EmDlovment for -oiL
IKY FEB WEEK
Ft to nil o'oYnew nd bj
to nib in nv
Nxw Yobk, August 15th, 186a
AHow me to call your attention to mr
PREBABATION OFCOJIPOTIUD EX
TRACT BUCHU. The oomponent parta
are, BUCHU Loxo Lxat, CUBEB3
IIodb of Pbbpabatioh: Bnchn, in
vacuo. Juniper berries, by distillation,
to form a fine gin. Cubebs extracted by
displacement with spirits obtained from
Juniper Berries; Tery little sugar is used,
and small proportion of spirit, It is
more palatable than any now in use.
Bnchu. as n rewired by Drnre?.sta, ia
of a dark eolor. It is a plant that emits
its fragrance; the action -of a flame de
stroys this (its aotrre principle,) leaving
a dark and glutinous decoction. Mine
is the eolor of ingredients. The Buchu
in my preparation predominates. The
smallest quantity of the other ingredi
ents are added to prevent fermentation;
npon inspection it will be found not to
Via a Tinrrtnr.aA raadn in Pinrmaoorxea.
nor is it a Syrup and therefore can be
used in eases where fever and inflamma
tion exist. In this, you have the knowl
ed.ro of the ingredients and the mode of
Hoping that yoa will lavor liwiu t
trial, and that upon inspection it will
meet with your approbation,
w ltn a ieeung oi prcuuuiiu c -' uiwe,
I am very respectfoiiy,
TT. T. HELiMBO&I).
Chemist and Druggist of 19 Tears' Ex-
(From the largest Uanniaoturing Chem
ists in tne worio. )
November 4, 1854.
"I am aonuainted with Mr. H. T.
Helmbold; IiS occupied the Drug Store
opposite mr residence, and was success
ful in conducting the business where
others bad not been equally so Deior
him. I haTe been favorably impressed
with his character and enterprise."
Firm of Powers k Weightmam Mjuiu
facturing Chemists, Ninth and Brown
BUG H U,
For weakness arising from indiscretion.
The exhausted powers of Nature which
are accompanied by so many alarming
symptoms, among which will be found,
Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Mem
ory, Wakefulness, Horror of Disease,or
Forebodings of evil; in fact, Universal
Lassitude, Prostration, and inability to
enter into the enjoyments of society.
once affected with Organic Weakness,
: ai : i -sr.i;-. .fnk.
en and invigorate the system, which
HELMBOLD 'S EXTRACT BUCHU in
variably does. If no treatment is sub
mitted to, ConsilBiption or Insanity en
Fluid Extract, of Buclm
in affections peculiar to Females, is un
equalled by any other preparation,' as in
Chlorosis, or Retention, Painlnlnees, or
Suppression of Customary Evacuations,
Ulcerated or Schirrns State cf the Ute
rus, and all complaints incidental to the
sex, or the decline or change of life.
Fluid Extract Buchu
IMPROVED ROSE WASH
!T 3 ." 11 ..li'nnid fwim tK. arwW-
tem diseases arising from habits of dis
sipation, at little expenae, little or no
change in diet, so inconvenience or ex
posnre; completely superseding those
unpleasant and dangerous remedies,
Copaiva and Mercury, in all these dis
eases. USE HELMBOLD'S
Fluid Extract Buchu.
All diseases of these organs, whether
existing in male or female, from what
ever cause originating, and no matter of
how long standing. It is pleasant in taste
and odor, "immediate"in action, and
more strengthening than any of the
preparations of Bark or Iron.
Those suffering from broken down or
delicate constitutions, procure the rem
edy at once.
The reader must be aware that, how
ever slisht mar be the attack of the
abo7e diseases, it ia certain to affect the
bodily health and mental powers.
All the above diseases require the aid
of a diuretic.- HELMBOLD'S EX
TRACT BUCHU is the Great Diuretic.
Sold by Drnsfists everywhere.
Price $1.25 per Bottle, or 6 Bottles
for $6.50. Delivered to anv address-
Describe Symptoms in all commnni-
cauons. . .
H. T. HELMBOLD
Drag & Chemical Warehouse,
594 Broadway. New York.
HOITO ARE GE1TOTNE unless done
np in steel engraved wrapper,witli
faiMrimile of my .Chemical Ware
house, and signed
IJ. T. HEXaMBOIa2V
aC S. V, Iaa. 1 Istt.