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Protecting Trees from Rabbits —I he
Prairie Farmer says that newly set ;
fruit trees may be protected from rab
bits in winter by cutting up cornstalks
into lengths of seven or eight inches,
and tving them around the trunk with
twine, bass matting or willow bands, j
The method is stated to be better than (
smearing them with fresh meat or liver.
C:<rc for Frosted Flesh. —We are in- j
formed on good authority that nothing
is better for withdrawing the frost -
without any injury to frozen ears,
cheeks and fingers, than the immediate
application of kerosene —rubbing it on j
gently a few times. In one instance, 1
both cheeks were frozen, and this
re medy prod uced i m med i ate re I iof w i th -
out the usual inflammation. The same j
person repeated the application at
another time with equal success. In
another ease the remedy was applied
to a badly frozen ear. which, as in
other instances,it cured without inflam
mation. It is indispensable that the
application is made before thawing
This remedy is the more valuable be
cause it is always at hand in every
Glycerine. —ln in interesting article
in the Country Gentleman of Februa- j
ry 8. 1806. descriptive of the nature !
and uses of Glycerine, there is omitted
an application of it, which I venture
to commend to the use of those of your
lady readers who, during the winter. !
are aiHicted with chapped hands and
lips. 1 have used it for this purpose
for several years, and found it veiy
healing in its nature and more cleanly
than most of the applications reeom- j
mended for the purpose, as a very !
small quantity is required, and it keeps i
the surface soft for a long time, while j
it also serves to exclude the air. In j
the nursery I have found it invaluable. !
NOTE.—It may he well to say that
glycerine does not explode or even barn, j
The recent prominence which nitro
glycerine has acquired night lead some
of your readers to confound It with
that substance and thus carefully avoid
it. It can be procured at any drug
store and is not expensive.
Remedy for Rheumatism. —l saw some
weeks since a request in your paper
for for rheumatism." Not hav
iog'Jseen an answer. I take the liberty
of sending you the following prescrip
tions, which I know from experience
to he effectual remedies:
Ist. Take pure alcohol and rub the :
part affected briskly with it for some
minutes. Then wrap flannel around
it. and outside the flannel wrap a piece
of oil silk. This must he only taktn i
oft night and morning, in order to have ■
the alcohol applied. \ ery few appli
cations will cure the disease. Roth
the flannel and oiled silk must be'worn
very loose, in order not to stop the cir
culation of the blood. Cotton batting
is a good substitute for the oiled silk
and flannel, and more convenient to
wear. A still better remedy, if the
patient is strong enough to hear it, is
a large Spanish fly blister, six inches
by nine, to be applied as follows : If
the rheumatism is above the waist, put
the blister on the arm, above the elbow, i
If below the waist, put in on the leg.
as near the ankle as possible. This Ts
t-o prevent the disease going to the
heart. After wearing the blister twelve !
hours, take it off; let it discharge: then
piut on a hot ground flax seed poultice;
this poultice must he renewed night
and morning for three days, after
which a dressing of simple cerate of
hog's lard on linen, with oiled silk or
flannel outside, will heal the part rapid
]y- R- EA/ Glen Ellen. Rockland Co
Sir Rowed Barley —A few years ago.
Mr. Taylor. Seaton West Mains, pro
cured from a friend in the Cape of
Good Hope a small parcel of six-rowed
barley. 1 his he has since carefully
cultivated, and the results have been
very gratifying, inasmuch as the cereal
has not only preserved its distinctive
character, but had produced abundant
ly. A sample of this year's crop was
shown in Edinburg market on Wednes
day. and the grain was highly thought
of by judges. The field from whTch
the sample was taken was thinly sown
with the barley about the beginning of
December last—not with the object of
gaining a crop off it, but that the baird
might afford a suculont nibble to sheep
in spring. Finding that the baird ramo
freely after it had been eaten off.
Mr. Taylor resolved that instead of
breaking up the land for turnips, he
•would allow the barley to stand. W hen
the sheep were taken off. he top-dressed
it with nitre. Considering the thin,
ness of the seed, the crop is a fair one
and the quality of the grain excellent!
The new mode of preparing for
negro suffrage in the Carol inas, which
was exposed by Hon. Thaddeus Ste
vens, viz.: whipping every freedman
and then enforcing a law "disfranchis
ing all persons who have been subject
ed to that puninhment, is one of the i
latest stratagems adopted by the reb- j
els to shut off the ballot forever from
the colored men of the South, and to
give the world a new illustration of the
chivalric disposition of the ruling class
es of the unreconstructed States.
J@"'Thou rainest in this bosom,'as
the cbap said when a basin of water
was thrown over him by the lady he
Arrival of Wore NEW GOODS
KITTEN HOUSE k McKINNEY beg
leave to inform the public that they have
just received a new and fresh assortment
of Goods, and prices to suit all.
Muslins from 15 to 25cts
Calicoes " 12 ito 20 "
Wool Delaines from 50 to 05 "
Merinocs " 1 40 to
Alpaccas " 50 to 1.25
All Wool Flannels from 40 to 85
Shirting Flannels " 50 to 85
Table Diaper " 55 to 65cts
Ralmoral tfhirts " 2.50 to 3.90
Single £ dou'e Shawls " 5.00 to 10.00
Dreakfast Shawls " 3.00 to 4.00
Woolen Hoods " 50 to 175
Ruck Gloves " 1.25 to 2.50
No. 1 Kid Gloves " 1.75 to
Assorted Gloves " 25 to 1.00
Men'sWoTn Under-shirts *
and Drawers from 87 to 2.50
Cassimeres " 100 to 2.75
Also, a large and splendid assortment of
Whole Suits from 15.00 to 30.00
Also, a good assortment of
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
Loaf Sugar, 18 cts.
A. White Sugar, 16, 17 "
Rrown Sugars, 10. 13, 14, 15, "
Prime Coffee, 29, 31 "
No. 1 Teas, 40, 45 1
llice, 12 "
Syrups, 25, 33, 33 "
Sugarhouse Molasses, 15 "
Washing Soaps, 15, 16, 20 "
No. 1 Cheese, 25 "
Congress & Spun Tobacco, 100 11
No. I Navy Tobacco, 95 "
Fine old Lynchburg, Smoking, 50 "
No. 1 Cut & Dry, 50 "
Highest Prices Paid for all Kinds of Markftinr.
We cordially invite the attention of both
old and young, great and small No charge
SHOWING GOODS. Call and examine
before purchasing elsewhere. Thankful
lor past favors, hoping a continuance of the
same, we remain,
KITTEN HOUSE k McKINNEY.
Lewistown, November 21, 1860.
r pilE undersigned are prepared to
buy all kio.ls of Produce for ea.h, or receive on
"''■ re at Brown's Mills, R.-edsville, Pa. VVc wii! have
PLASTER, SALT AND COAL.
Nv p intent] keeping the mill constantly running, and
for sale HI the lowest Market rates, at all times.
I he }'ub!ic are re.|Ueted to irive us a call
"eprtf n. a TRUNK A HOFFMAN'S.
ifljoi aiur WMiiDiija
NOTICE TO FARMERS!
THE undersigned announces that he
J. is now prepared to buy or receive on
storage, and forward all kinds of
Grain and other Produce,
at hie new Warehouse at Ileedsville.
PLASTER, SALT X COAL
kept constantly on band fur sale,
lie also continues the Produce Business at
the old stand in Lewistown
octl9-tf ABNER THOMPSON.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PIIR WHEAT, AND
ALL RINDS OP GRAIN,
or received it on storage, at the option of those
having it for the market.
They hope, by giving due and personal at
tention to business, to merit a liberal share of
IST-PLASTER SALT and Limeburners
" WM. B McATEE & SON.
Lewistown, Jan. 1, 1865.-tf
WHAT'S ALL THIS ?
Why, the Grain Business Reviv
ed at McCoy's old Stand,
rpIIE undersigned, having rented the large
J. and commodious Warehouses formerly
occupied by Frank .VcCoy, esq., is now p re
pared to purchase or receive and forward
All Kinds of Grain,-
for which he will pay market prices. Also
Fish' 11 keCP f ° r Sale ' Salt ' Piaster ' Coal &
He returns thanks to all his old customers
for their former patronage, and shall feel
grateful for a renewal of past business rela.
Jferchants will find it to their advantage
to give him a call.
marl -*-iy W.V. WILLIS.
BLST brands Cigars, and good Tobacco.
* ED. FRYBIKGEK.S ' 1
COMMON SENSE is the most uncommon
thing in the world. In proportion to
! the amount men have, do they succeed in
their undertakings. No acquired knowledge
can supply the want of it. In the matter of
business, it suggests to us, being merchants,
the following considerations, which shall con
trol our actions in all dealings with the pub
First. We shall endeavor to keep and sell
only PRIME GOODS, that we can guaran
tee. If we warrant our calicoes, they must
not fade. We will not sell for ALL WOOL,
what is part cotton, — SILKS that CUT, for DU
RABLE WEAR,— Muslins, thick starched, for
well bodied. Our Groceries must be pure,
and fresb, and clean.
Secondly. We shall sell always at fair
prices,—as cheap as fair living will allow.
Thirdly. Our stock shall always be full,
new, of the best quality, adapted to the wants
of the public, and suited to every variety of
Fourthly. Our Clerks and Assistants must
be polite, kind, honest, and industrious men,
who will delight to show our goods, and treat
customers DECENTLY, whether they buy or not
' Lastly. We shall closely attend to busi
ness, OURSELVES, see that our customers get
exactly what they want, and keep them in a
good humor generally. Our bow !
FULL, FRESH STOCK
F ILL Si UIWNR I,IDS,
i we have to offer the heads of families :
Domestics, Notions. Calicoes,
Jeans and Sheetings, Ladies' Hose;
Satinutts and Cloths that wear,
DeLains in style both bright and rare;
Alpacas, black, and blue and brown,
Meriuoes, Velvets, soft as down;
P'ine woolen Shawls, new styles and hue
Of rosy morn, or day—sky blue;
Everything cheap that Mother wants,
For Bessie, Willie, Suid or ilantz.
We feel confident that the Ladies will be
pleased with the matchless variety of
AND DRESS ORNAMENTS,
which fill the upper story of our establish
ment; such as
Silks de Paris, Mohair stripes.
Wool Plaids, Coburg, Laine de Reps;
Satins, Cloths of softest shade,
Breakfast Shawls, in beauty made;
Balmoral Skirts, Nubias, lloods,
Magic Puffings, loveliest goods;
i Zephyr, Fancy 'Kerchiefs fine,
Silk and Friz that look divine;
Combs, Cuffs, Collars. Buttons bright
That shine like diamonds day and night,
With things for Toilet in profusion,
To which we need not make allusion.
we have the latest styles ol
French & American Cloths.
VESTINGS in Great VARIETY;
The finest Cloth and Cotton
ever offered ID this place;
DRAWERS, nOSE, COTTON & WOOLEN;
Perfumery, Neck-Ties, Collars,
everything desired for utility or adornment
Our Stock of
New aDd Fresh, is Full and Choice.
Sugars and Coffees at various prices,
Molasses and Syrups, with all the bestspices;
Tobacco, Cigars, with all kinds of Soap,
Curry combs, Brushes, and Haltersof rope;
Dried Fruit of all kinds, French Mustard
Canned Fruit, Tomatoes and Pickles in
Churns, Tubs, and Buckets, large Baskets
Fine Curtainß for windows and Mirrors for
Nick-Nacks, and Jim-Cracks and Tick-
Tacks for all. •
Unsere Freunde im county ous, kan uns
Butter, Oyer. Sie Fleisch, Grundberer, alles
das Sie njcht brauchen, verhauntlen; wir
wolen alsfort so bilich verkaufen als meoglich.
All kinds of country produce taken in ex
change. Country Merchants supplied with
Notions at city wholesale prices.
Store room and ware>rooms on the corner
nf Valley and Mill streets, east of the Black
PRATT, LAW & PRATT.
Lewistown, October 31, 1866.
H8 rear? established In X. T. City."
||Only Infallltde remedies known."
Free from Poisons "
"Nut dangerous to the Human Famllv."
Rata come out of their holes to die."
Costar's' Rat, Roach, &c., Exterminators
Is apaate—used for lUts, Mice, Roaches.
Black and Red Ants, Ac.. Ac.
Costar's" Bed-Bug Externxinat'r
Is a liquid or wash—used to destroy, and
also as a preventive for Bed-Bugs, £ C .
"Costar's" Electric Powder for Insects
Is for Moths, Mosquitoes. Fleas. Bed-rings
insects on Plants, Fowls. Animals. Ac.
; : •' BEWARK 1 ! ! ol all worthless imitations
E..SEE that "COSTAR'S" name is on each Box, Bot
tie. and Flask, before you buy.
Address, Henry 11. Cottar,
a, , T . 454 Broadwav, X. Y.
in Lewistown, Pa.,
Utf" 11 V
And all Druggists and Retailers everywhere.
For Cuts, Burns, Bruises. Wounds. Boils. Cancers,
Broken Breasts, Sore Nipples. Bleeding, Blind and
I aintui 1 iles; Scrofulous. Putrid and 111-conditioned
bores; I 'eers. Glandular bat-lling*. Kruptions, Cuta
Attections. Ringworm. Itch. Corns, Bunions,
Chilblains, iec Chapped Hands, I.ips. Ac.; Bites of
spider*. Insects, Auunals, Ac., Ac.
t'b" Boxes 'do cents, 50 cents, and $1 sizes.
ZLe - Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
And by Ilcniy It. Ojatnr, 44 Broadway N. Y.
And By —Lewistown, Pa.
FOR CORNS. BUNIONS. WARTS. AC.
#" Boxy, 25 cents, 50 cents, and $1 sizes.
<ls=-Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
Uv- And by Hcntij It. Qj*tar. 454 Broadway, N. Y.
IjU_ And by Lewistown, Pa.
Bitter-Sweet & Orange Blossoms
FOR BEAVTIFYINO THE COMPLEXION.
l T sed 10 Soften and Beautify the Skin, remove
Freckles, Pimples. Eruptions. Ac.
, Indies are now using it m preference to ail others.
43., Sold by all Druggists everywhere
ftn. And by Henri/ It. On* tar, 454 Broadway, N. Y.
And by ——-Lewistown, Pa.
For Conghs. Cblds, Hoarseness. Sore Throat, Croup,
Whooping Cough, Influenza. Asthma, Consumption,
Bronchial Affections, and ail Diseases of the Throat
45r* Bottles, 25 cents, 50 cents, and $1 sizes.
esfr-So!d by all Druggists everywhere.
And by Henry li. Custar, 454 Broadway, N. Y.
And by— Lewistown, Pa.
A UNIVERSAL DINNER PILL,
aat ? Sick Headache, Costiveness, ludi
r! ;', or V. Dyspepsia, Biliousness. Constipation, Diar
vii! 08 * Chills, Fevers, and general derange
ment of the Digestive Organs.
Boxes, 25 cents, 50 cents, and $1 sizes.
•JLSold by all Druggists everywhere.
And by Henry R. Ciwtar, 454 Broadway.
Anc * t>y Lewistown, Pa.
November 17, 1806-Gm.
MERCH ANT TAILOR, has removed his shopU> the
buildihg formerly known as the "green house,"
at the intersection of Valley and Mill street,adjoining
H. M. A R. Pratt's store, where he cordially invites all
who need anything in his line. Goods and Trim
mings famished and gentlemen's clothing made, in
the latest styles, on short notice, and at reasonable
prices. ' aptl-tf
Great Excitement at the Post
ON account of the new arrival of Boots and Shoes,
at greatly reduced prices. The undersigned would
respectfully inform the public that he has just arrived
from the eastern cities with a large assortment ol
BOOTS, SIIJES AND GAITERS,
consisting of Ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's
Wear, which he has purchased at "come down" pri
ces. He is now prepared to seil cheaper than the
cheapest, for easli. Also, constantly on hand a large
assortment of home-made work, which is manufac- 1
lured under his own supervision, and of the best ma- ;
terial and workmanship. Boots and Shoes made to j
order at6hort notice. Repairing done in the neatest
manner. Call at the Post Utfli e, and examine for
yourselves. W. C. THORNBL'RG.
Lewistown, May 23,156<J-y.
GOOD HEWS TO HOUSEKEEPERS !!
The La feet and Molt Valuable Diteovcry of the Aye!
W I > D(YV S C I, E A N E II
Without Soap or Water, Time or Labor, by using
W O O 13 St; M ' s
Instantaneous Window Polish.
IT DOES away with soap suds or hot water, thus
avoiding the slops upon the floor or adjoining paint,
and the disagreeable sensation f the water running
down on the arms, under the sleeve-, and wetting
them to the shoulders. It leave- no lint upon the
glass, and <ives it a more transparent and clearer ap
pearance than can la? got with ten times the amount
of lalxtr and time 111 washing. For poli-hing Mirrors,
or any kind of Stiver, Brnss or Tin-w are, it
has no equal. The polish is warranted to contain no
acids, nor anything of a poisonous or injurious char
acter. hut is perfectly harmless in evert respect.
For sale hy J. A. A W. R. M. K EE.
Odd Fellows' Hall Building, opposite Black Bear
Hotel, Lewi.-town, Pa. " novl-4-tf
CHESTNUT OAK AND HEMLOCK BARE,
Delivered at the Tannery of
J. SPAITCSIiS & SC.,
For which the highest market price will be
paid in CASH.
1. ~ -IT J-, p. 2,
zwn iiiijj 'jjii
I,EW ISTOW.N, FA.
j TOIIN B. SELIIEI.MER offers his sincere
Ul thanks to the friends and well-wishers ol
his establishment, for the steady and rapid
growth of his business hitherto, and solicits
a continuation < f the patronage of the com
munity. With increased facilities, and devo
ting strict persoi al attention to the details of
his business, he is confident that all orders
he may be favored with during the present
year, will be executed to the entire satisfac
tion of these giving them.
His stock of Hardware, Wood work, Leather,
Saddlery, Coach Trimmings, Linings,
Shoe Findings, Paints, Oils. Glass,
Stoves, Nails, Horse and Mule
Shoes, Nails and Nail Rods,
&c., Ac., <tc„
is heavy and well-selected, and is offered at
prices as low as can possibly be sold. His
is of his own manufacture, made in a good
and workmanlike manner, by full hands, un
der his own supervision, find is offered whole
! sa l e or retail, as superior to any in the market.
Merchants, Mechanics, Farmers, Uouse
: keepers and Dealers generally may rely upon
getting any article in his line with an assu
rance of fair dealing and promptness, wheth
er in person or by order.
Rooting, Spouting, Repairing, Gas Fitting
: and all kinds of Job Work done at shortest
Liberal discount given to tbe Trade and
I Wholesale Dealers.
} . J. B. SELHEIMER.
j Lewistown, Jan., 1866-Iy
FOR THE MILIUM!
In addition to an extensive stock of
GOLD & SILVER WATCHES,
J E "W E X, E, "2" ,
establishment, will be found a beautiful as
photo); kap ii a i.Hin s,
of all the prominent
and hundreds of other articles.
11. W. JUNKIN.
Lewistown, May 24, 1865.
PERSONS in general, and especially those
about going to housekeeping, will take
notice that A. Felix is still manufacturing all
and has now on hand a large assortment of
goods suitable for housekeeping, such as So
fas, Tetes, Spring and Cane Chairs. Windsor
Chairs, Lounges, marble top Tables, with a
general assortment of well made furniture of
all kinds, and at low priees. We wish to
draw the attention of purchasers to call and
examine the stock. In connection he can
furnish persons with Crockery, Queensware
Butterbowls. Churns, Tubs, Buckets, Wash
boards, Tucker's patent Clothes Wringer
best machine out to save labor and clothing.
Ilair, husk, and Excelsior Mattresses, Ward
robes, Settees, Extension Tables, on hand.
Bargains can be had by calling at A. Fe
lix's Store or Furniture Warehouse.
J anl A. FELIX. '
FARMER* LOOK TO TOUR INTERESTS!
REAPER AMI Willi R.
REESE k SLAGLE,
Lrwistoien, Mifflin County, p a
WE are now manufacturing Ball'- Ohio Reaocr
Mower, with Pigeon-wing Soifrak- . ,'f, ?
fer for the season of JSGA. .v- a perfect
feet Reaper and a per fect Self-Raker. H '<! we f *
has no superior, and a- a Reaper and j> lip " r
has no equal. Perfect Side Deliver.. 1..,. n( ,!.V
draft; two driving wheels: hinged bar. adapt- , .V.
the unevennes- of the ground in ni i
ing. The self-rake does not interfere w'uh' .j ,' fP"
ver's scat. Tbe driver can regulate 11.. h. V'"?j
stubble white the machine is in notii n.
We also manufacture SEIDI.ES' 1> , T .- v
11 A V KIKE, Haines' celebrated li j, T
and Threshing Machine. Agency tr 1, ■'. ; ' ; .** r
Self-Regulating Gram Thresher, Sep:,' .* i ' " I '" M
and Bagger. ' SUt ' r
All kinds of Machine work made ami Ht.w .
Mills, Factories. Furnaces and Forges v-i f!
and Reaction Water Wheels.
All orders will receive prompt attention ' v st;
sin* REESE A S>L\GLE
Lew istown. Mith nt „ p,
8. Benner, Genera! Agent. f; , rr y3yjg
HEAVY ARRIVAL OF
Boots, Shoes, and Ladies' Felt
TAITI2LS & S~CIT2>S,
Wholesale Dealers in Millinery and
Boots and Shoes.
OCE STOCK COXBIBTS O?
Velvets, I'lot. era.
Velvet Rllilmn, Hushes
VELVET. FELT AND STRAW GOODS.
The-e Goods are ail bought from the M .: a .-tnr
ers and Importers, consequently we „
as any wholesaling house in Philadel.-
COUXTRV MFKtlllN is,
We have on hand and are receiving 3 .. e , 0 -
Men's. Boys' aud Y'outh's
WAX & KIP BOOTS,
direct from the factory id Massachusetts. G 'eux
call, and see the difference between Pin:..: j-ida.ana
Factory prices. Wc solicit the attenti no: i.eolos
est buyers. Also, a large stock of La i.e.- . 11, eats'
Also, a full assortment of Boys' and Gents'
LJi a—*/ is" isi , - c
\\ e offer the Bla>ve Goods cheaper than at v other
hou-e in this town
I Cast .Market Street, opposite the d..rj>rtii
Lewistown, Sept. 19, lS66y
ROBERT W. PTTTOH,
S©rTH SIDE OF TURRET STREET,
LEWISTOW N, PA.
HAS just received and opened at his es
tablishment a new supply of
Clocks, Watches. Jewelry,
Fancy Articles, &c.,
which be will dispose of at reasonable prieei.
lie invitee all to give him a call and examine
hie stock, which embraces ail articles in his
line, and is sufficiently large to enable all to
make selections who desire to purchase.
M&"REPAIRING neatly and expeditiously
attended to, and all work warranted.
Thankful for the patronage heretofore re
ceived, be respectfully asks a continuance of
| the same, and will endeavor to please all who
may favor him with thc-ir custom. feb2
In the Odd Fellows' Hall.
JUST received from Philadelphia, a
very choice assortment of
Ginghams. Flannels, Checks. Hickorv. F reign *si
Domestic Dry Goods of a:l kinds.
Sugars, Coffees, Teas, Chocolate,
Essences of Coffee. Uueensware. Stone
ware. Hardware and Cedar ware. S n ai
ders. Hams, Mackerel, Herring,
Shad, Boots and
Shoes, tiraiu Hairs. Also,
a fine lot of Whisky,
BRA X D Y
Wine an.l Gin,
which will be sold rerv low. Country Produce taken
in exchange for goods Lv
) Lewsitown, October 11, ISCS.
New Stock of Hats, Caps, &c.
77. Or. ZCLIITCrEF.,
Market St., next Door to John Kt-nnuiyh
K llas just received fromafi|| "T
New York and Philadel-wf /
phia, the most extensive
stock and complete
ever exhibited in this place, which will be dis
posed of at such prices as to defy competition,
and which he invites everybody to call
examine, as he is satisfied that his stock can*
not fail to please.
For the Ornish he has constantly on band,
or will make to order, hats to their taste °t
any required sixe or brim, at prices which
cannot fail be satisfactory.
Country Merchants will find it to their ad
vantage to give him a call, as a liberal deduc
tion will be made to wholesale purchasers.
Don t forget the place, next door to John
Kennedy's Store and nearly opposite th#
Odd Fe lows' Ilall. mayll
Yh4\\'D Fill ITS FOR SAFE
vy Green Corn, Green Peas, Green J
I)ried Peaches, Pine Apples, Strawberries,
Green Gages, &c. Syrups of the finest
and at all prices, at
HITTENHOUSE& M KIXNEY S.