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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1870.
5 IUSICAXj AI1I imiSIATIC." The 171 It Ahimbiiiiu, t'Lt. Nii.ssoh will make her lut annparance tils city, for the pnwent at least, at a matinee to- I at the Academy of Mnslo. T ttik CintHNCT the Lingardfi will appear for the tune mis evening in the extravaganza of to. n Monday the Lisa Weber burlesque troupe will Muce a travesty entitled Krnani: or. the Tivo m of a Dilemma. JT tbb Walnitt Mr. J. S. Clarke will appear this .jrnoon a "Asa Trencnara," m vur Amenean Uin, and this evening as 'Dr Pangloss" and At thb Arch Knowlcs' comedy of Tin Love Cmm. I comic nrama or u ne loonies, ana tne nautical ma of The Floating Dewon will be performed this Jnlnar. n Moneay a new comedy entitled u. ., oy t. KolMrtson, Will be produced. t TDK Amkiucan an Inter Ming Saturday night il announced. t tub Eleventh Stbkkt Opera Hocsr an en alnlng minstrel programme will be presented thto nlng. t tiik Arcs Street OrER House a variety of lesques, songs, dances, and other attractions will given thU evening. mkrican Theatre. The entertainment pra ted at this theatre continues to be attractive and 1 patronized. Cool Burgess Is drawing good anm an. I t)i a 1 a yntt, ttnmnanw nrnannt ft VAnmt.lln rvormance that pleases every visitor. Adverse riclara. as Is usually the case, is adding to the Kelpts at the box oillce. ledger of tut. OXs American iiieatrb. j nr-re is no piacn oi usement In Philadelphia where a mora deltgt tful nlng r an be spent than at ox s American i nea Thls Donular establishment Is crowded to its Fiost capacity every evening, and the perforra es are light, cheerful, pleasing, and varied. Mr. oen ox aocs nis utmost to piease, ana ins euorts fully appreciated by tne rnuaieiinia puouc. a at bill will be presented this evening. Dap, 21. ox's American The last week of the great Cool h-gess in his Ethiopian specialties Is announced. saricntreat to see mm. mm lie ne moi mo fcxeuse. appears In to ballets, while the rest of fc, bill Is very long and is made up of the tcst per- mances iv tne large ana unexceiicu company, rald,Oct. 81. ox's Amkkioan Theatre. Valse criticism has atly popularized this place, and awakened any louui of popular sympathy. The great resort is rhtlv crowded. All the performers have won my triumphs in their respective proiessions. rit, liKe trum, will oe rewaracu. r rem uecora, toberi'l. city iTi:.ns. For additional City Items tee Imide Pages. Fall Overcoats. A Fine Assortment, very corn- table in place of the Linen Duster, for travelling at is season, rrtces moderate. Halfway between I . Yith and sixth streets. 1 No. ki a m arket Street. "We have a Grover &. Baker Sewing acnine for seven years In constant use, hemming, ling, tucking, and everything Chat the Angers can It is preferred over all others on account of its rabUlty of work, elasticity, and strength of stitch, Qse of movement, and simplicity of construction." Mrs. General fluclU New Bronzes, Lai and Imitation, a J urge and choice selection now en at Kerr's China Hall, ,o. 1213 tncsnut street, between iweirtn ana Thirteenth. AU Prices. rl'uE largest Is not always the best, .but the mericak House, Boston, which is the Largest otel in New England, will also be found one of e best. Every provision is made for the comfort of Icsts. MARRIED. Watson McLeran. On Thursdav morning, Oct. . 18T0. bv the Rev. Percv Browne. Mr. William W. ATSON tO MISS AMANDA O. MCLKRAN, both Of Ptll- delphla. Carroll. On the night of October the 20th, David Carroll, in the 77th year of his age. The relatives and friends of the family are re- hectfullT invited to attend his funeral, from the fcsidence of his son-in-law, Dr. Urquhart, No. S:t5 line street, on Monday, the 24th instant, at 11 A. M. nterment at Woodlands Cemetery. Conner On the 15th Instant, James Q. Conner, Athe relatives and friends, Amity Lodge, No. 19, 1. 'al O. F., and the oystermen s union ana oyster. lS.en Generally, are invited to attend the funeral, rom uis late residence. No. 829 South Third street, n Sundayiarternoon, tne vwa instant, at 3 ociock. 'o proceed to Machpelah Cemetery. Kitselman. On the 18th instant, Sarah J., wife r John H. Kitselman, in the 34th year of her age. The relatives and friends of the family are respect- blly invited to attend the funeral, from the real- ence oi ner nusoana, rower jueriuu, jnuuigumery ounty, on Sunday morning, 23d inat., at 10 o'clock. Mbin. On the 82d instant, Edw. B. Mein, in the tu year of his age. His relatives and male friends are respectfully ln- I lted to attend his funeral, from his parents' rest- ence. No. 718 North Tentu street, on Tuesday, tne iMh instant, tit 10 o'clock. To proceed to Laurel lull. TRIMMINGS, PATTERNS, ETO. ;WM. MENCKC & BROTHER, No. 804 ARCH Street. LATEST STYLES LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS, Berlin Zephyr Goods, Etc. A large Importation of Embroidered Cushions and Embroidered Hilppers, from 760. upwards. i We have now on hand a full line of the celebrated tyr- v bOTJDIER'S HID GLOVES, h Considered in Europe superior to any other make. Also, a fall line of the VICTORIA KID GLOVE?, The best One Dollar Glove in the market, 100 Per lalr. A complete assortment of the celebrated J. B. P. PARIS CORSETS. WM. MENCKE & BROTHER, 10 8 sniwlm No. 804 ARCH Street, Phllada. NEW STORE. JKS. F. ii, V. IHA.3IU12RS, Faucv and Staole Trlinnilnorg. K "ZEPIIVK CSOODS, ETCt No. 224 South ELEVENTH Street. Pomades, Soaps, Powders, Perfumeries, Hosiery Gloves, Ribbons, Etc 9 15 tha3mrp L. O O K INO CLA86 E 8 . ETO. BUY LOOKING-OLASSLS AND PICTURE FRAMES, WlfDOW-CORXlUES AND MOULDINGS, AT SALT LIE'S MANUFACTORY, No. 811 MARK Hi1 STREET. ?l The largest and best stock of Mirrors and Picture frames in the city. Every one can besuitcd in size, Hnality, and price. P. S We are overstocked ami must sell. Large glesroom on second floor. It CHILDREN'S DRESSES. M SHOEMAKER fc CO., No. luW OHK9NUT Street, have opened a handsome assortment Of CHILDREN 'S CLOTHING. New Style Boys' Hats. Also, a handsome assortment of Ladies' Wrappers. Ladles' Flannel Waists. L Ladies Mermo Waists, trimmed, suitable for eve I ulng wear. " 6 M. SHOEMAKER CO.. 10J2 St' No. 1024 CHESNUT Street. WATCME8i JEWELRY. ETO. No. 1320 C11ESNUT Street, Phlta Watches. Jewelry, Silver and Plared- ware, a good assortment at MODERATE PRICES. Watches and Jewelry carefully (epAtreo. 1 19 tnstaSmrp HELM B OLD'S PREPARATIONS. H. T. HELMDOLD'S Corcentrated Fluid Extract Bachu THE GREAT DIURETIC. The proprietor trusts that Its remedies, from the fact of their being advertised, may not be classed as patent medicines. IIELMBOLDS FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU Is a pharmaceutical preparation. The proper name ib given, and it is the most active which can be made. It is indorsed as a cure by all medical works for such diseacs as recommended by the proprietor. It la tleafant in its taste and odor, free from all injurious properties, and is taken by adults and children. It is tonic, oluretic, blood purifying and invigorating. Enfeebled and delicate constitutions of both sexes will find it far more strengthening than any of the preparations of bark or iron. See medical properties contained in Dispensatory of the United States, of which the following Is a cor rect copy BUCHU. Its odor is strong, diffusive, and some what aromatic, its taste is bitterish, and analogous to that of mint. It Is given chleny in complaints of the minary organs, such as gravel, chronlo catarrh of the bladder and urethra, diseases of the pros tate gland, and retention or the incontinence of urine, from a loss or tone in the parts concerned in its evacuation. It has also been recommended in d)ppepBla, chronic rheumatism, cutaneous affec tions, and dropsy. TESTIMONY. CURE OF ORAVBL OF FIVE YE.VRS' STANDING STONE PASSED AND TO BE SEEN, Savannah, Toon., May 14, 1859. Dr. II. T. nclmbnti: Dear Sir: We introduced your "Fluid Extract Buchu" in this country about eight months ago, and are happy to state that it is meeting with universal faver. We wish to inform yon of one instance (among many) where your f'Buchu" has worked wonders. A man in our country named J. B. Eatell had been suffering about five years with gravel. About six weeks ago he bought of us one bottle of your "Buchn," and before he was through with one bottle he passed a gravel that weighs eight grains, which we now have on exhibition at our drug store. He says that he will never be without the "Buchu" in his house again. Yonr preparations are gaining favor every day. Very respectfully yours, etc., ECCLE3 & HINKLE, Druggists. CURE OK BLADDER AND KIDNEY AFFECTION OF LONG STANDING STONE PASSED AND TO BE SEEN. Westport, Conn., Sept B, 18C9. U. T. nelmbold.Esq: Dear Sib: I commenced taking your "Extract of Buchu" about two weeks since for an affection of the bladder and kidneys. I have suffered by spells very much far a few days past. But yesterday relief came through the effect of your "Buchu." A stone passed from my bladder about the size of a large pea, and I now feel perfectly well and entirely free from the pain that I nave suffered with "so hard." I attribute my cure to your medicine entirely, and would recommend all persona similarly affected to try it. I have great faith in its curative powers. Yours truly, THOMAS J. BENNETT. refers to) Rev. WILLIAM COGSWELL, Westport, Conn. J. I G. CANNON, DruggistTwestport, Cono. H. B. WHEELER, Esq , Westport, Conn. BRADLEY HULL, Esq., Westport, Conn. Dr. WAKEMAN, Reading, Conn. R. "W. R. ROBINSON, Wholesale Druggist, New York City. Ana many otners u necessary, CURE OF KIDNEY AND BLADDER AFFECTION OV A PATIENT SEVENTY-EIGHT YEARS OP AGE. THANKS TO MR. HELM BOLD. Girard, Penn., March 81, 1369. Editor "Cosmopolite": I desire as an unsoli cited trlbnte to the merits of Helmbold's Buchu, ami for ttip benefit of those similarly airlicted as myself, to say that after consulting many eminent physi cians, and trying nearly all the best advertised reme dies, in the vain hope of finding relief from aggra vated kidney and bladder diseases, from which I have suffered excessively for many years, good for tune finally suggested to me Helmbold's Buchu, whlcn I commenced using with little faith, and no apparent beneficial results, for about a month. At the expiration of that time, however, I thought I commenced to experience slight relief, which en couraged me to persevere in Its use, and now, at the expiration of four months, although I am an infirm old man, nearly 78 years of age, and consequently medicines cannot be expected to favorably affect me us they otherwise would, I have found such un speakable relief asd permanent benefit from Mr. Helmbold's valuable discovery, that 1 feel I ought to publicly record the fact, as an acknowledgment to him and a valuable suggestion to the public. Yours respectfully, 1). M. LAREN. Mr. Laren refers to the following gentlemen: Colonel DAN RICE, Oirard. Peuiu CHARLES STOW, Esq, Girard, Penn, editor Cosmopolite. GEORGE II. CUTLER, Girard, Penn., attorney, C. I. HINDS. Girard, Penn , attorney. Captain D. W. HUTCHINSON, Girard, Penn., attorney. DAT ID OL1N, Girard, Penn., merchant. C. . ROCKWELL, liirard, Penn., merchant. B. C. Ely, Girard, Penn., druggist. A PERM AN ENT CURE OF GRAVEL OF TWELVE YEARS' STANDING STONE PASSED AND TO BE SEEN. Bvhnsipk, Conn., Dec. 15, 1SC9. Dr. Bchnbold: Dear Sir: It is with much pleasure that I write you upon facts respecting myseir. I do not know hardly how to express niynelf. I have been for the last fen or twelve years the greatest sufferer man could be and live; but mo'e sometimes than others. The complaint was the "kulnnfs" and "bladder." Have consulted doctors, both in Massachusetts aid this State, and taken pills, I may say by the nuart, also liquored medicines, but found no relief from any, and got worse the last six months. I was so that I could scarcely get about. 1 could not rest nielil or day. it would soon nave been "all ud" with me, if 1 liad not seen your advertisement in Jhe Berkshire Courier, headed "Kidneys." I read it tlu-rugb, and thought I would try it. I purchased a bottle, out, mina you, naa not much faith in it. Why fciiouia j, wuen i naa ueen trying bo many things and cost me so much? Well, I began taking It, and before 1 had taken the first bottle I felt bad ; but I finished it and got another. By the time I took half of the second I still got worse (apparentlv). When I walked it seemed as If my right kidney was falliBg (rom its place, and I felt really bad. I felt so before 1 had finished the second, that I had made up my mind it was or no use trying any more and al this time the "Buchu" was doing its work, but I did not know it; so I gave it up and went to Hart ford on Saturday, to one or the best doctors in the city. He said It was the neck of the bladder, and I should have to undergo an operation. He gave me medicine and I went home quite downhearted, on Sunday I was unable to go to church. I had not taken any of his medicine, but on my return con tinued using the "Buchu," and in the afternoon it had the desired effect. 1 cannot tell yon all, but this is a true story of my case, and you are welcome to mase sucn use or my name as vou think proper. I am pretty well known In Berkshire ; also in Connecticut. The advertisement saved me. Why not publish more? TneKpringtield Jttyublican is a wide-spreaa paper, if any one wishes to see this wondr they caudoso. I could wiiteail day, but think i nave said enough this time, so l remain your ever weu-wisner. ' EDWAKD L. HOWARD, Paper Maker, Burnslde, Hartford county, Conn. refers to Dr. MACK, Burnside, Conn. Or- WRIGHT, North Lee, Mass. Dr. HOLKl'M. North Lee, Mass. Dr. ADAMS, Ktockbrldge, Mass. Dr. SCOTT, North Manchester. Conn. Dr. JAQUE8, Bu kland Corners, Conn. Dr. BEAKSFOUD, Hartford. Conn. All of whom treated me for the disease. DR. KET9ER Is physician of over thlrtr veers' experience, and a graduate of the Jefferson Medloal OoUeee, and of the University of Medicine and Surgery, of Philadel phia. Mr. tf. T. Ilrbn&oM.- Dear Sir: In regard to the anestion asked me as to my opinion about Buchu, 1 would aay that I have used and sold the article in various forms for the past thirty years. I do not think there Is anv form of preparation of it I have not used, or known to be used, In the various diseases where such medicate agent would be indloated. Yon are aware, as well as myseir, mat it nas been extensively employed in the various diseases of the bladder and kidneys, and the reputation It has acquired, in my Judgment, is warranted by the facts, 1 have seen ana nsed, as before staled, everr form of Buchu the powdered leaves, tincture, fluid ex- xracx ana i am not cognizant or any preparation or that plant at all equal to yours. Twelve years' ex perience ought, I think, to give me the right to Judge of its menu; and, without prejudice or partiality, I give yours precedence over all others. I value your Buchu for its effects on patients. I have cured with It, and seen cured with it. more dis eases of the bladder and kidneys than I have ever seen cured with any other Buchu or any other pro prletary compound of whatever name. uespectruiiy yours, etc., GEO. 1L KEYBER, M. D., No 140 Wood street, Pittsburg, Penn. Aca. 11, 1S6S. A CASE OF TWENTY YEARS' STANDING. rnii.APKi.ruu, pa., June 85, 186L II. T. Helmbold, Druaaist; Dear Sir : I have been a sufferer for nnwards of twenty years with gravel, bladder, and kidney affec tions, during which time I have used various medi cal preparations, and been under the treatment of the most eminent physicians, experiencing but little relief. Having seen your preparations extensbrelv adver tised, 1 consulted my family physician In regard to using your Extract Buchu. 1 aid mis Decause i tad used an kinds or aiver ttaed remedies and had found them worthless, and some quite injurious; in fact. I despaired of ever getting well, and determined to use no remedies hereafter unless I knew of the ingredients. It was this that prompted me to use your remedy. As you advertised that It was composed of buchu, cubebs, and Juniper berries, it occurred to me and my phy sician as an excellent combination, and, with his advice, after an examination of the article and con sulting again with the drnggist, I concluded to try It. I commenced to use it about eight months ago, at which time I was condned to my room. From the first bottle 1 was astonished and gratified at the beneficial effect, and after using it three weeks was able to walk out. I felt much like writing to you a full statement of my case at the time, but thought my improvement might only be temporary. sou mureiure cuuciuueu ui ueier, ami see li it would effect a perfect cure, knowing that it would ba of greater value to you and more satisfactory to me. I am now able to report that a cure is effected after using the remedy for five mouths. I have not used any now for three months, and feel as well in all respects as I ever did. Your Buchu being devoid of any unpleasant taste and odor, a nice tonic and lnvigorator of the system, l ao not mean io oe wimoni it wncnever occasion may rewire its nse in such affections. M. MCCORMICK. Should any one doubt Mr. McCormick's statement. he refers to the following gentlemen : non. wiu. muHjtAi, ex-uovi-rnoroi rennsvivania, Hon. THOMAS B. FLORENCE, Philadelphia. Hon. J. C. KNOX, Judge, Philadelphia. Hon. J. 8. BLACK, Judge, Philadelphia. ' Hon. D. R. PORTER, ex-Governor of Pennsyl vania. Hon. ELLIS LEWIS, Judge, Philadelphia, Hon. It. C. GRIER, Judge United Slates Court. Ilon.G. W. WOODWAKD, Judge, Philadelphia. Hon. W. A. PORTER, City Solicitor, Philadelphia, Hon. JOHN BIGLER, ex-Governor of California. Hon. E. BANKS. Auditor-General. Washington. D. C. And many others, if iiecessary. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS WOULD BE GIVEN rVli A BOTTLE, IF NECESSARY. RAHWAT. N. J.. Dec. 2. 18fi9. . 1. Ilelmbold, Esq.: Dear Sir : I take great pleasure In sending von a certificate, In addition to the many yon have received i rom Bunering numanity. i can scarcely nna lan guage sufficiently strong to express my beartrelt gratification at the wonderful cure your "Buchu" has effected. For four years I have suffered beyond de scription. All my friends (with myself) came to the conclusion that my case was incurable. Accident placed your advertisement in my hands. 1 com menced taking your "Buchu." I followed the direc tions, and to my utter astonishment, before I had taken seven bottles of your valuable medicine (I would Rive llooia bott'e. If I could not sret it at anv other price), I am entirely cured. I most earnestly recommend it to all those suffering from disease. I have told many persons to take your valuable medi cine, and they are doing so with great success. Any information my fellow-citizens may require will be freely given by the subscriber at hia residence, No. 78 Milton avenue, Rah way, N. J. Jl. JU. r K EE M AN, Councilman Third Ward, City of Kahway. Rabwat, N. J., Dec. 2, 1809. We, the undersigned, are well acquainted with IL M. Freeman, of Rahway, and know that be has been a long time suffering, in the worst possible form, for the past fonr years, and that lie has beeu entirely cured by the use of "Helmbold's Buchu." J. W. SAVAGE, ex-Mayor. FRANK LA BAU, President of Council. WM. RICHARDS, Clerk of Council. PETER A. BANTA, Councilman. W. J. BROWN, Councilman. J. S. S. MERlOK, Councilman. LUV1S HOFF. Councilman. J.B. STRYKER, Merchant. City Ham., Mayor's Office, Rauway, N. J., Deo. 5. 1869. f This will certify that I am personally acquainted with 11. M. Freeman, and am cognizant of the facts as set forth in the above statement, and the several persons whose signatures are hereunto attached are all known to me. JOHN F. WHITNEY, Mayor of Rahway, N. J. New York State Vol. Institute,) Corner of 6th av. and Ttfth St., Central Park, f A Home and School for the Sous of Deceased Sol diers, j Dr. II. T. Belmbold: Two bottles only of the package of your valuable Buchu presented to the Institute have been used by the children, and with perfect success. In the case of our little Lieutenant,. J., his pride is no longer mortified, and he is free from the dally morning anathemas of the chambermaid who has charge of his bedding. I feel that a knowledge of the result of our nse of your Buchu with the cnlldren under our charge may save many a Superintendent and Matron of Boardina Schools and Asylums a great amount of annoyance; and many a poor child suf fering more from weakness than from habit, may be spared punishment that is (not knowing it as a weakness Instead of a bad habit) most unjustly in Dieted npon them. Thanking you on behalf of the cniiuren, ana noping otners may oe aiise oeneucea, I am respectfully yours, Colonel YOUNG, General sup't and Director. June 16, 1SCC. Great Salt Lake City, Utah, Jan. 23, 136i Mr. II. T. Helmbold: Dear Sir: Your communication requesting our terms for advertising was duly received, but from a J prejudice I hud formed against advertising "cures or secret diseases," it was left unanswered. During an accidental conversation in a drug store the other evening, my mind was changed on tho character of your Buchu. It was then highly commended for other diseases by two physicians present. Inclosed please find our rates of advertising. Yours, etc., T. a H. STENHOUSE, Editor and Proprietor of Dally and Semi-weekly Telegraph. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU established upwards of eighteen years, prepared by U. T. HELMBOLD, Druggist, No. 694 Broadway, New York, and No. 104 H. Teiith street, Philadelphia, Pa. Price. II U6 ner bottle, or six botHes for ts 60, de livered to any address. Sold by druggists every where. None are genuine unless done up in steel-engraved wrapper, with ao-i if of my chemical warehouse, aud signed 1L T. HELMBOLD. 110 15 ws it SPECIAL BARGAINS. GEO 1128 CHESNUT STREET and 828 BLANKETS AND QUILTS! OUR LOW PRICES Are expressly arranged to attract hundreds of new Customers. BEST BLANKETS IN THE COUNTRY Received direct from the BALLARD VALE FLANNELS, HEAVY SHAKER FLANNELS, FINE SHAKER FLANNELS, SWANSKIN SHAKER FLANNELS, REAL TWILLED FLANNELS, BLUE AND GREY FLANEELS, BEST Cheap Lots of Linen CIRCULAR TO FRENCH DRESS FABRICS. Although both Great Britai n and Germany furnish this country with a very large amount of Dresa Textures, nearly all the finest and most fashionable are of French manufacture, and hence a great scarcity of French goods, owing to the war, was anticipated early in the season. All the French goods that can possibly reach m this season are now here, and after a careful exami nation of the market we find that although the BULK is not quite so small as we expected, yet, to a consider able extent, it is made up of large IR7DXSCRXIVIi If AT XI purchases of UXJTXZ3LZAZILZI TtZAXEIDS, which would not have found a market here bad it not been fox the anticipated deficiency. ThU is more particularly the Gase in the article of XtLACXC iXiXIS- We, therefore, advise particular care to pur chasers in the selection of those goods. In Fine Worsted and Woollen Dress Goods there will be a D23CXSXSD SCARCITY, and we would invite an early exami nation of our stock while it is replete in the most re cherche textures we have ever imported, and CAN- NOT BX3 DUPLICATED. Our BXiACXI SXLXE STOCK contains nothing but the most OS LSD RATED and RELIA BLE of Lyons makes. HOMER, C0LLADAY & CO., 1412 AND 1414- J. Rll. HAFLEIGH, Hos. 1012 and 1014 CHESHUT STREET, nAS NOW OPEN A GREAT VARIETY OF TV E W LADIES' SUITS, DRESS GOODS, ETC., JOUVIN S KID GLOVES. ! m HOSIERY AIVT WHITE GOODS, AND A FULL1STOCK IN MOURNING GOODS. 1 L FLANNELS! mills, selling at small turers prices. MAKES CANTON FLANNELS. GREAT ATTRACTIONS. Sheetings and Table Linens, Napkins, Etc. THE LADIES. CIIESNUT STREET. STYLES I IV L 0 K E M. ARCH STREET. 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The Kew York report for 1S70 stiowa that the as sets of this compunv are in the proportion of l-50 to every II of liabilities, thus insuring perfect relia bility. It has received the approbation of the most learned actuaries, and la endorsed and recommended by many of the most prominent scientific and public men in the United States. An institution of a simi lar klnu in Eu gland, the Friends' Provident Institu tion, has been wonderfully successful. Its advantages in every respect, both as to safety, cheapness, terms of policies, etc, are not excelled. The prudent and economical management of 1U business, combined with the remarkable average longevity of its members, commends it to the coa tid. nee and favor of all classes of whatever denomi nation. Call or send for circular. Agents wanted. A easyjomjianyjojjollcltlfor. 8 18 eosSSp BOOTS AND 8HOE9. ' FALL STYLES! FINE DOOT8 AND 8HOB8 FOR GENTLEMEN, Made on improved Lasts, Insuring Comfort, Beauty and Durability. 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