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KISENSIU'KG,::::::: MAIJCII 1, 18GG.
WI.NTEIl CAUE OF STOCK.
The losing herd, the patient ox,
The nolle horse, the Healing flocks,
Should all receive attentive care
Till warmer days ami milder air.
If one allows Lis stock to shrink.
From want of shelter, food ami diink,
He paj a a tax by loss of thrift
lie can't evade by any shift.
A team that works from Jay to day
Should be full fed with meal and ha;
Their stables should be light and warm,
Excluding both the wind and storm,
Groom well their cnats,both morn and night ;
'TIs foi their health ; improves their plight ;
Then, when the work of spring comes on,
They'll be both vigorous and strong.
'Tis l est for him who is the boss.
To shield himself from waste or loss.
With his own hands his stock to feed.
That all may get just what they need.
To fodder stock is careful work :
So don't for this employ a clerk ;
He'll waste enough, before grass grows,
To keep one cow through all the snows.
J. L. 11.
A tloi 8rci;i;sTioN. A convs
j.oiulent of the Xew York -Observer""'
The crime of mrse ste.-iliiii- i.s so
j-rcv:ilont, tuul it.s evils s 'iricvoits,
that n valuable ucs-liuii for its
prevention, will le welcome to your
reader.-. It i.; s-im j.l v tlii.s: Let
every smith bo provided with a
steel die, containing the name of
the nearer Post OiKee, which shall
he impressed upon every shoe. And
beside this, let every owner who
will, have a die, containing his own
name, which shall be superadded,
on the .-hoes of his own horse.
The advantages are obvious. The
I1. O, address would inform those
solicited to purchase, whereto tele
graph for safety. "A horse stolen,"
is soon proclaimed through the ow
ners" neighborhood, and at the near
est telegraph station. -'lint the
.-hoes miht be removed."' True.
Yet it would be a ground of suspi
cion, and would consume time, and
more than all, requires a confeder
ate smith, not easy to be found.
The objections are no more serious
than having the owners name upon
a livery carriage or harness. One
cent additional for each shoe, would
pay the smith amply, and be a
cheap insurance to the owner. Or,
if necessary, provision milit be
made by law for this protection. It"
would cost the public less than the
loss of so many valuable animals, or
the maintenance of so many horse
thieves in the penitentiaries.
LUIIIS IN YVlNTKl:. Mr. E. It.
Andrews writes thus to the 4 'Mass.
I'louhman :"' "Sheep should be
generously fed. Do not think to
winter them on swale hay, or let
them pick about the barn-yard for a
living, Give them p;ood shelter,
plenty of beddintr, a suliiciency of
sweet, early cut English hay or clo
ver, and say a half pint of irrain per
day, and roots if you have them.
If you have no roots, a little dry or
wet bran idven occasionally, will
tend to keep their bowels in i;ood
t "From iiity ewes you can count
on at least iiity strong and hearty
lambs. After the sheep yean, in
"crease the u;rain to one pint each
per day, for the ewes, and enclose
a small corner into which the lambs
(but not the ewes) can t;;o ; and have
;i box with meal in it, (oil meal is
the best,) constantly before them, in
two or three weeks they will eat it
greedily. Continue to oive ;rain
even after the sheep are turned to
pasture, and through the first win
Ur the lambs ehould iet their daily
--liut let me follow these lambs
another year, supposing that they
are not turned to the butcher.
There will be, say twenty choice
t we lambs, which will be kept to
form, after another year apart of
the breeding flock. The others,
mostly wethers, will be prepared
for the market as mutton."
L'l.onrsor Fattening Hot;. J.
V. Ziepler, ol'liollin l'rairie, Ind.,
made the l"oll.win; results in fatten
ing iii'teen hop;s. He led the hogs
-12 days, uinir tip 5,000 pounds of
t orn, or 100 bushels. He gained
1,770 pounds of pork, Avhieh
brought in Chieago SlS. S5, oi'
Sl-i0 8" more than the eo.-t of the
corn. Thus he got nearlv 1 b( a
bushel lor the corn by feeding it,
and saved the manure be.-ides, which
would enable him to produce at
h ast 20 bu.-hels extra of com the
F. A. SHOEMAKER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CAMRRIA COUNTY, FENX'A.
December 7, ISOo. (tf.)
W. II. SECIILER,
Attorney at Law,
AND PRACTICAL SURVEYOR,
CAMBRIA COUNTY, PENNA.
December 7, 1SC3. (tf.)
11. L JOHNSTON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE in the South end (if his residence,
immediately opposite the Court lloUfb,
November 23, ISC). (M37.)
(iEORGE V. O ATM AN,
Attorney at Law,
OFFICE IX COLOXADE ROW, nearly
opposite the Cjiirt House, Ebensburg,
November 23, 1S03. (-.1.37.)
JOHN P. El N TON,
Attorney and Cviinselttr at Laic,
OFFICE in building on corner of Main and
u Franklin street, opposite Mansion House,
second lloor. Entrance on Franklin Street.
Johnstown, Nov. 10, lSb-"..
) Johnstown, Cambria. C.. Fa.
j Office in the Exchange building, on the
I Corner of Clinton and Locust streets up
j stairs. Will attend to all business conaect
i ed with his profession.
Pec. 9, 1SC3.-U".
SUtonuiT at afo, (Ebensburg,
Cambria County Penna.
CKJce Colouarie rovr.
Pec. 1. ISO
YKUS L. PERSUING,
Johnstown, Cambria Count-, Pa.
Office on Main street, second lloor over
J. K. Scanlan,
A T T O It X E Y . A .T L A W ,
OFFICE OX MAIN STREET. THREE
POORS EAST of the LOGAN HOUSE.
December 10, 18C3.-ly.
ATTO UN EY-AT-LAW ,
Ebensburg, Cambria county Pa.
Ofiicc on JIaiu stiect adjoining his dwel
ling. May 1. 18J5. (.1.42 )
P S. NOON,
J. ATTOHNKY AT LAW,
EBENSI5UEG. CAMRRIA CO.. PA.
Ofiicc one door East of the Post Office.
Feb. 18, lSCS.-if. (.1.50.)
F.OKGE M. REED,
A1TOKNKY AT LAW,
Cumhria Conn! 4;, Pa.
OFFICE IX COLOXADE ROW.
March 13. ItiGl. (aA.L0 )
ATTO UN I 'Y-AT-La W.
Eoensburg, Cambria Co. Pa.
Ouiiee on Main street, three doors East
ot Julian. ix 2
P. W. EYANS,
m lenders his Dro-
tcssiollid services to the citi7:t,s r f
EPEXSLUUG AND YICLMTY.
Oflice one door cast of II. Pavis' s;tt!re.
Night calls made at his residence three doors
we.-t of Ii. Evans' cabinet ware room.
May 31, liSGo-Cm
AT THE PEXN'A II ALU 0 AD DEPOT
MEALS HEADY OX THE ARRIVAL
OF ALL TRAIXS.
J. H. CLAKK & CO., Proprietors.
Sei.t. 23, 18G3. tf
ATTOI !S E Y-AT-L A W.
EiiF.NSi.ti;;, Camiiui.v County, Pa.
Office two doors North of Colonado Row.
April 5, lb05-tf
IETTEllS testamentary on the estate of
Jaines Parri.-di, deceased, late of Munster
township, having been granted to the un
dersigned, all persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment,
and those having claims against the same
are notified to present them proncrly au
thenticated for settlement.
LOW A UP PAKKISII, Executor.
February 1, 18fJG.u.
SY virtue of sundry writs of Vtuuitionas
Exponas, Al. Via'liiiova Exponas, Leva
ri Facias and Al. Levari Facias, issued out
of the Court of Common Pleas of Cambria
county, and to me directed, there will be
exposed to public sale, at the Court House,
iu Ebensburg, 0:1 Monday, the oth day of
March next, at onu o'clock, p. m., the fol
lowing real estate, to wit :
All the right, title r.nd interest of T. L.
Heyer, of in and to a tract of land situated
in IJichland township, Cambria county, Pa.,
warranted in the name of James Dalton,
adjoining lands of Jacob Schneider's heirs,
lands of the late Dr. William Smith and
others, containing four hundred anil thirty
nine and a half acres, more or less, unim
proved. Also That tract of land situated in
Richland township, Cambria county, Pa.,
warranted in the name of James S aright,
adjoining lands of Jacob .Schneider's heirs,
lands of the late Dr.YVm. Smith and others,
containing four hundred and thirty nine and
a quarter acres, more or less, unimproved.
Also That tract of land, situated in
Richland township, Cambria count. Pa.,
warranted in the name of Jacob Nagle,
adj. lining lands of Jacob Schneider's heirs,
lands of the late Dr. Win. Smith and others,
containing four hundred and thirty nine and
a quarter acres, more or less, unimproved.
Also That tract of land situated in
Richland township, Cambria county. Pa.,
warranted in the name of Henry Woods1,
adjoining lands of Jacob Sv iiiiei.Vr's heirs,
lands cf the late Dr. Win. Smith, and others,
containing four hundred and thirty nine
and a quarter acres, unimproved. Taken
in execution r.nd to be sold at the suit of
All the right, title and interest of the
lands r.nd tenements which, were f T. h.
Il.-yer, to wit: All the undivided three
fifths of four tracts of land simate in Rich
land township, Cambria county, and State
of Pennsylvania, described as follows, to wit:
One tract of land warranted in the name
of James Da'ton, containing lour hundred
and thirty nine acres and allowance :
One othr tract warranted in the name of
Jan.es Sebright, eont.-dning four hundred
and thirty nine and a quarter acres and al
lowance. One other tract cf land warranted in the
name of Jacob Nagle, containing four hun
dred and thirty nine and a quarter acres :
And o:.e other tract, warranted in the
name of Henry Woods, containing four hun
d.red and thirty nine and a qu irter acres and
allowance. Said tracts lying contiguous to
each other, and adjoining lands of Jacob
Schneider's heirs. Dr. Wm. Smith and oth
er?. Taken in execution and to bo sold at
the suit of John W. Wehn, for the use of
All the right, title and interest of John E.
Fite and Mary Fite.iu the following described,
building and lot of ground, to wit : A dwel
ling house two stories high, having a front
of twenty eight feet, and a depth of sixteen
feet, and a back buildinr: foiirti-en feet deep
by twelve feet broad, situate upon a certain
lot or piece of ground, near Cor.cmau sta
tion, P. R. R., in the township of Cono
maugh and county of Cambria, .said lot be
ing at the corner of Walnut and Ihidge
streets, having a lot of Wood, M. rrel it Co.,
on the Hast and a tovuship road at the
back. Taken in execution and to be sold
at the fcuit of Caldwell and Livergood.
All the right, title and interest of Thomas
M'Cue, of, in and to a lot of ground situa
ted in the borough of Prospect, Cambria
County, fronting on a street and extending
back to the Pennsylvania Railroad, by a
lot of John Corcoran on the Eat, and John
Clarksoii on the West, having thereon erec
ted a one story plank house now in the oc
cupancy of the said Thomas M'Cue. Ta
ken in execution and to be sold at the suit
of S. I). Canan & Co., for the use of James
R. Porter, Sen.
All the li-Lt. title and interest of Wil
liam J. Headi ick, of, in and to a lot of ground
situated in Conemangh borough, Cambria
county, fronting 011 Canal street, and adjoin
ing lot of the heirs of Jame.-. Head rick, dee'd.
on the South and extending back to a street,
adjoining lot of . on the East, hav
ing thereon erected a two story frame house
on the back part of the lot, now in the oc
cupancy of Charles Gaghigan. and a two
story frame la use on the front part of the
lot in the occupancy of David Pee. Taken
in execution and to be sold at the suit f
Wehn cc Walters, for the use of John W.
All the right, title and interest of George
Gates and George Siutzmaii, owners, and
Pati ic k Fardy. tcrre tenant, in the following
described premises, to wit : A certain buil
ding located on a lot or piece of ground,
situated in the borough of Conemangh, boun
CC'i on tho I.i by t;.o j.iopori.v ot Thomas
M,Cabe, on the South by Church street, on
the We.-t by the property of Josiah Slater,
and cn the North by the Old Portage Rail
road, being a one and a half story frame
building, with a one story back kitchen :
the main building being about twenty feet
in front, by about fourteen in width, and the
back building about fourteen feet each way.
Taken in execution and to be ?old at tho
suit of the borough of Conemaugh.
CONDITIONS OK SALK.
pN. B. The Sheriff has made the fol
lowing conditions of sale, viz : One fourth of
the purchase money on each sale to be paid
at the time the property is struck down,
when the sale amounts to 500 and upwards;
under 5500 and more than $100, the one
third; under $,100 and more than 50, tho
half; less than .$50 the whole amount;
otherwise the property will be immediately
put up to sale again, and eo deed will be
presented for acknowledgment unless the
balance cf the parchase money be paid in
or before the following Mondav.
JAMES MYERS, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Oflice, Ebensburg,
February 15, 18oG.:U. J
F ARTIES INDEBTED to the undersigned
for costs, as Prothonoary of Cambria Co.,
will plcr.se make payment immediately.
'January 11, 100.-tf.
011186 ill S1E
O i Main .street, Ebensburg Pa.,
jTEEPS constantly on hand and for sale, a
general supply of
EnvdojKs, Writing JuL, Pens, Pencils,
Magazines, and other articles in his line, all
of which are sold at reasonable rates.
February 8, 18(10.
ALL KM OF CHAIRS,
such as common Winsor Chairs, Fret P.ack
Chairs, Yienna Chairs, Bustle Chairs, Rim
Packed Chairs, Sociable Chairs,
Cane Stat (Stairs,
ROCKING. CHAIRS, OF EVERY SIZE
SPRIXG SEAT f ILHRS
Settees, Lounges, uc.,uc.
of every description and of latest
STYLES, 11777 PRICES TO SUIT T11L
Tastes of all.
Thankful fr past 'favors, he re-perf
ful'3' tolieits a liberal share of public patron
age. Clinton Street, Johnstown Cambria
Co. Pa. November 11 Oth, 1SU1.
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KONICLSRURG, PRUSSIA, 1SG3,
' sura, ram 15.
TX COMPETITION WITH ALL the lead
1 inir Sewing Machines in EUROPE AND
AMERICA, and the United States Agricul
tural Association ; Metropolitan Mechanics'
Institute, Washington ; Franklin Institute,
Philadelphia; Mechanics Association, I loston;
American Institute, New York ; Maryland
Institute, Ealtimoro; Mechanics Association,
Cincinnati ; Kentucky Institute, Louisville ;
Mechanics In.--itute, San Francisco; and at
EV! RY STATE AND COUNTY FAIR
WHERE EXHIBITED THIS SEASON.
Upwards of 200,000 of these Machines
. II AYE ALREADY PEEX SOLD,
a fact that speaks louder than words of the
success and popularity of Vv'hlellu iV" Wil
LOCK ME SIIII IB.
The Cheapest Machine in the World,
Because it is the Best.
Every Machine Warranted For Three Years.
Customers Risk Nothii g in Purchasing.
iSiSTKUOTIONS Fit EE.
Always happy to Exhibit and Explain them.
tCCirculars, containing an explanation
of t he Machine, with testimonials from ladies
of the highest Social standing, given on ap
plication, either in person cr by mail.
WM. SUMMER &, CO.,
Agents for the Western States and Western
Principal oflice and Wholesale Emporium :
No. 27 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
The above machines can be bought at city
prices at the residence of Clark Wilson,
Ebensburg. All necessary instructions to
enable the purchaser to operate successfully
imparted free of charge.
July 20, 18C5.
JOHN B, FROMALD
TRIMMINGS, EMRR OIDR IES,
cloaks & shawls;
Grsets, Hooped Skirts, Perfumery, Lad
ies' and Ghildren' s Shots, Gloves, llank
erchiefs. Fancy Goods, notions, A'c, &c.
MAIN STLEET, JOHNSTOWN. Pa.
Nov. 20, 1861.
J OR WORK
OP ALL KINDS
DONE AT THIS OFFICE,
AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE .
AND ON REASONABLE PRICES.
mm ?i n h mm
m sii s g
L.&U1RS F.1XCY rirns:
No. 718 Ancu St.,
above 7th Philad'a.
I have tow in
store of my own
Importation a n d
T ? r ; - Manutacttire, one
vjdSyi of the LARGEST
A.-. . ... ' -
P H-MSand most I5EAU-
rr- ---rzi .a'-: Tivrr. priori
.. ; ". " of
for LADIES' and CHILDREN'S WEAR, in
the City. Also, a fine assortment of Gent's
Fur Gloves atid Collars.
I am enabled to dispose of my goods at
very reasonable prices, and I would thcref-rc
solicit a call from my friends cf Cambria
count, and vicinity.
t'i- Remember the Name, Number and
718 ARCH Street, above 7tb, south side.
October 12, ISCG.Cra Philadelphia.
Having adopted ihe
Cash system, offers the following Wares at
less than citv retail prices :
10 to 40 gallons
3 '-Hart's to 40 gallons.
all sorts and kinds.
SIEET IOX WARE,
enameled sr tinned iron ware.
copper ware made to order.
SAD IRONS or SMOOTHING IRONS
COOKING STOVES. EGG STOVES,
II EA TING CO OK ST O YES.
RRADLEY COOKING STOVES. PA
TEXT, AUROTT & -NO RLE,
and every other Pittsburgh or Philadelphia
manufacturer's stoves always on hand or
procured on ,r days notice.
ODD PLATES AND CRATES for Stoves
alwavs on hand.
CARBON OIL LAMPS, from G2cts., to
.$1.25, CHIMNEYS and WICKS always
all s:zcs, constantly on hand.
TOASTING FORKS, OYSTER BROIL
ERS, JELLY Cake Moulds. Table and Tea
Spoons, COAL DUCKETS.
Price list now ready for the Trade,
ana Mercnants are respectfully lnv'ted to
call and examine our Wares, seixl for
for a catalogue before purchasing
The above goods vil? be furnished,
WHOLESALE Oil liETAU .
JOIIXSTOWS STOVE fc HOUSE FUUSISIIINW
Opposite the Wcigli Lock.
FRANK W. HAY'S WAREHOUSE,
and save lircnty 2'crccnt, on youi purcs
Johnstown March, 13. 18G". tf.
Great Improvement S Sewing
EMPIRE SHUTTLE MACHINE
TATKNTEI) FEU. 14, 1SG0.
c. , 1 53G Rroadwav.New York,
Salesrooms, 250 u-hil)ton St-t ton.
THIS MACHINE is constructed on en
tirely new principles of mechanism, possess
ing many rare and valuable improvements,
having been examined by the most profound
experts, and pronounced to be
Siij'!iciy and Perfection Combined.
It has a straight needle, perpendicular
action, makes the LOCK or SHUTTLE
STITCH, which will neither RIP nor
RAVEL, and is alike on both sides ; pet forms
perfect sewing on every description of
material, from Leather to the finest Nansook
muslin, with cotton, linen or silk thread,
from the coarsest to the Gnet number.
Having neither CAM or COG WHEEL, and
the least possible friction, it runs as smooth
as glass, and is
Emjihaticalh, a Noiseless Machine.
It requires FIFTY PER CENT, less
power to drive it than any other machine in
iuaii.el. A Kill twelve veara of can
work it steadily, without fatigue cr injury
Its strength and wonderful simplicity cf
construction renders it almost impossible to
get out of order, and is GUARANTEED
by the company to give entire satisfaction.
We respectful'3' invite all those who maj
desire to supply themselves with a superior
article, to come and examine this UNRI
Rut in a more especial manner do vc.
Solicit the patronage ot
Iloip Skirl Manufac
turers, Shirt a n d Bosom
Vest and Pantaloon
One half hour's instruction is sufficient to
enable any person to work this Machine to
their entire satisfaction.
Agents wanted for all towns in the United
States, where agencies are not already
established. Also for Cuba, Mexico, Central
and South America, to whom a liberal
discount will be given.
J. T. McARTHUR & CO.,
53G Broadway, New York.
D. & CO. 250 Washington St., Boston,
October 12, 18C5.
The Life and services cf General Grant,
for sale by
1 r, r
IIELMEOLD "S RT'CEU.
HELMI'1 lds i.unir.
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY R-.:
Irritation of the No. I: of the EI;!, I ;.-r. U-
flamrnation ' f the Kidneys, Catir.h of f
Bladder, Str.mguary or Painful Uil:.:.t': '.
i'ur these diseases it is truly a - .
remedy, and too much cannot be snid r
praise. A single do.-e has been 1::. ;
lelieve t'je most urgent symj)tou,s.
Are you troubled with that d: tre.
pain in the small of the l ack and ii rot:c;:
the hips ? A teaspoon ful a .lay of Ik'.r.
hold's Buchu will relieve yen.
Physicians and Others
I make no secret of ingredients. II !: .
b. .Id's Extract Buehu is compose 1 f R;:c hti.
Cubebs, and. Juniper Berries, sele- te.l witii
great care, prepared vacuo and according to
PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY.
These ingredients arc known as the niot
valuable Diuretic- afforded.
Is that which acts upon the kid:.cys.
IIEL.MP.JLirS EXTRACT BUCIIU
A.' IS GEKTI.V,
Is pleasant in t.iAo arid odor, frcr fr- m a'l
injurious properties, and immediate in iis
FOR THE SATISFACTION OF ALL.
See Medical Properties c ut -.hied !. D!;.ci.-sr-.tory
. the U. S., of which the f.!lowii;g is
a correct c..-py ; "
Bt t iiv. Its odor is sir ;;g. duluslve, avl
somewhat aivtuatlc, it- t.iate bitterisn, .ir. :
analog, us t that -f mint. It is given
chietly iu complaints of the Urinary r.;an.-.
such as Gravel, Chronic Cat.irrh f ' il.e
bladder, Morbid Irritati.o of the D'addi :
and Urethra, Diea--es of the Prostrate, nnd
Re tention of the Incoutinetice of Urirc, fr m
a loss of tone in the parts concerned :d i;s
evacuation. It has aio been recoinnicraled
in Dy.i cpsia, Caronic Rhei'.m.ui.-m, Cutane
ous A!:'ec"ions. and Dropsy."
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.
Sec Prof, s-or Dewee's valuable works c n tho
Practice of Phytic.
See Rtn.aiks made by the Celebrated Dr.
Physic. CI Philadelphia.
See aiiy and all Standard wcr!:3 on
Largest Manufacturing Chemist
IN THE WORLD.
I am acquainted with II. T. He'nibo!..' :
he occupied the drug store opposite my
residence, and was sueees.-ful in conducting
the busino.-s where tthcrs had not bee:,
equrdly before him. I have been favora
bly impressed with bis character and en
terprise. WM. WEIGHTMAN,
(Firm of Powers & Weightman.) r.Ian;.
fartr.ring Chemists, N;nlh an.: P-ruwn Sis.,
From the PhiVa Ev. Didlelia, March 10. j
We are gratified to hear of the continued
success, in New York, of our townsman,
Mr. 11. T. Ilelmbold, Druggist. His store,
next to the Metropolitan Hotel, is 2s f-et
front, 2C0 feet deep, and five stories h "gii.
It is certainly a grand establishment, nn I
speaks favorably of the merit o.f Lis articles.
He retains bis Office and Laboratory in this
city, which are also model cstabliohmculs c f
The proprietor has been induced to make
this statement from the fact that his reme
dies, although advertised, arc
GESUIN E PREPA RATIONS,
And, knowing that the intelligent refrain
from u. ing a.: thing pertaining to Quackery,
or the Patent Medicine order most of which
are prepared by self styled Doctors, who arc:
too ignorant to read a physician's simple
prescription, much less competent to pre
pare pharmaceutical preparations.
THESE PARTIES RESORT
to various means of effecting sales, such as
copying parts of advertisements cf popular
remedies, and finishing with certificates.
The Science of Medicine stands SIMPLE,
PURE, and MAJESTIC, having Fact for
its Basis, Induction for it Pillar, Truth
alone for its Carjitrd.
A WORD OF CAUTION.
Health is mo.-t important; and the af
mctea sr.ouni not, use an advertised medicine,
or any remedy, unless it.s contents or ingre
dients arc known to othcr3 besides the
manufacturer, or until they are satisfied of
the qualifications of the party so offering.
11 ELM HOLD'S
FLUID EXTRACT BUCIIU.
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPA1ULLA,
AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH.
Established Upwards f Sixteen Years.
H. T. HELMBOLD.
IIELMBOLD'S DRUG AND CHEMI
CAL WAREHOUSE. 504, Jirvadtcay, N. Y
A X 1
EI ILM ISOLD'S
N. 101 SflulA Tenth Strut, Philadelphia, P-.u
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Nov. .10, 1"J.-.. 1 -y J