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THE TIMES,' NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., AP1UL- IT, .1877.
New Moomfleld, April It, f7r.
NOTICK Tt ADVKHTISEtlH. ,
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. OUR CIRCULATION.
For the Information of advertisers an d
others who mny I Interested In know
Ing, we will Bltite that the present circu
lation of The Times Ib between eighteen
hundred and nineteen hundred copies
When we get a little spare time we
are going to look over our money to see
If we have any of them, for the U. 8.
Treasurer says :
"A counterfeit one thousnnd dollar
lepral-tender note Is out on the Issue of
1H02, letter II. A well-executed counter
felt Ave hundred dollar national bank
note Is out. Large quantities of Bilver
half dollars are being manufactured and
put In circulation. The Secret Bervice
ofllcers have received information of the
appearance of counterfeit Ave dollar
The Horse Mall Contracts.
Manypersonswonderhow.lt is that
strangers and men who never saw the
country or route over which they are to
carry the mail bid for, and obtain these
inland contracts. '
The following from the Doylestown
Democrat will give some light on the
We hear great complaint In the matter
of the letting of the local mall routes In
this section of the country. For years
several short routes through this county
have been taken by those who run the
two horse stages over the line. The
compensation received for carrying the
mail and the fare from passengers en
abled the owners to make a living and a
little more. In most cases the stage and
horses are all the property owned by
these poor men ; and being well acquaint
ed along the route, they not only accom
modated the people, but felt an interest
In serving the malls with punctuality.
Hut this thing Is now changed. These
local contracts have been taken from
these poor men, and passed Into the
hands of a great corporation said to have
grown up under the shadow of the post
office department. This company known
as the " United States Inland Mall
Transportation company," has now be
come the great mail contractor of the
country, and has swallowed up all the
personal local bidders for mail routes. It
is not in a condition to perform the ser
vice itself, and does not pretend to do it,
hut sub-lets to the poor men who run
the passenger hacks on the roads, and
thus in fact levies blackmail on tliem,
which they are forced to pay to keep off
opposition. The company has its home
In Washington, D. C.,and A. E. Boone
signs himself secretary. It is believed
that clerks, or other officials, in the post
office department are connected with the
company who furnish the bids of the
local bidders and thus enable the "United
States Inland Mail" to underbid them
and get the contracts.' In no other way
would it be able to accomplish what it
does, often underbidding by a few cents.
Soon individual bidders will be driven
from the field entirely, and all the mail
contracts of the country will pass Into
the hands of this great company. It
will then have a monopoly of the mail
lcttings, and will begin to dictate to the
department. We call these facts to tho
attention of the postmaster-general, and
ask that he give it his attention. We
are satisfied that a proper investigation
will show that some of his own employ
ees are connected with lheeonipany,and
furnish contraband information to anable
it to underbid all other Udders. Mr.
Key should smash this ring. Here Is an
opening for reform, and we hope it will
not be overlooked. "
A Fearful Disaster.
St. Louis, April 11. At 1.30 o'clock
tills morning the Boutliern Hotel was
aliscoyered to be on Are. The flames had
N evidently been at work some time.
When the alarm was sounded, which
was no doubt done at the moment of dis
covery, the entire uppor portion of tho
building was on fire. '
Flames were bursting from tho roof,
while from the windows flames poured
forth fn dense volumes. Alarm after
alarm was sounded, bringing out the en
tire force of engines to the scene.
The groat height of the building six
utorles, rendered the invaded portion ex
tremcly difficult of access by tha firemen
who worked under serious disadvantage.
I The scene which presented itself when
a reporter arrived on tho ground fairly
beggars description and cannot be fairly
presented with all its horrors.
The greater number of rooms on the
upper floors were occupied by perma
nent boarders. These were awakened
from their sleep by the terrible pry of
Many of those who escaped jumped
from the fourth, fifth and sixth story
windows. All the stores and buildings
in the vicinity are filled with tho dead
As near as Can be ascertained, fifty
persons were killed and over one hun
dred were injured.
Kate ('lax ton, the actress who narrow
ly escaped death at the Brooklyn Theatre
tire, jumped out of the window and
broke both her legs. . ,
The wildest excitement prevails, and
In the confusion His almost impossible
to realize the full extent of the disaster.
Great Fire at Stamboul.
Constantinople, April 12. A fire
at Stamboul Tuesday night destroyed
between 300 and 600 houses. It origina
ted in the Greek quarter at about 11
o'clock at night, and rapidly mounted
the hill. It was only extinguished on
reaching the Turkish quarter at the
summit. No public buildings were
destroyed. Several firemen were In
jured, but no loss of life has yet been
Stamboul, the scene of the great con
flagration announced above, is the name
of the Turkish city of Constantinople,
as distinguished from Pera and Galata,
the quarters allotted to Christians and
foreigners. Stamboul occupies the
promontory at the Southwestern ex
tremity of the Bosphorus. On one side
it overlooks the sea of Marmora, and on
the other side 1b separated from Pera and
Galata by the Inlet known as the Golden
Horn. Constantinople, or Its different
sections, has probably suffered more fre
quently by fire than any other Europe
an city, owing to the character of Its
buildings, being chiefly of wood, and
the religious ideas of the Inhabitants,
which prevent their attempting to ob
viate a misfortune In which they sup
pose the hand of fate is visible. It Is
sold that In 532 the whole city was
burned down, its size at that time being
then unknown. This disaster was the
result of a great popular tumult about
" the circus," and 30,000 of the inhab
itants were killed before It was sup
pressed. In the winter of 1851-2 seven
destructive fires occurred in one night,
and 8,500 houses were burned to the
ground. On June fl, 1870, another con
flagration destroyed at least 7,000 build
ings, many of them of a very flno and
substantial pharacter, and a terrible Iohs
of life was alno Incurred, the number of
persons who perished in the flames be
ing variously estimated nt from 300 to
1,300. On July 10, 1874 a. conflagration
visited Galata, destroying about 200
houses, the loss being estimated at $2,-000,000.
Daring Bank Robbery In New York.
The New York Times of Dili Inst.,
says: The premises occupied by the
Sixth National Bank,situated In Thirty
fifth street, at the junction of Broadway
and Sixth avenue, were yesterday the
scene of an ingeniously planned and
most boldly executed robbery. At about
4 o'clock in the afternoon, while officer
Tripp, of the Twenty-ninth precinct,
was passing the bank building he was
astonished, on looking through tho
window, to see one of the doors of a safe
lying on the floor, surrounded by a ' dis
ordered litter of burglars' tools.
On looking at the basement he dis
covered that the door was open, and on
entering discovered a large hole through
the celling near the broken safe, from
which he ascertained, upon further in
vestigation, $2,500 in silver coin had
been taken. The burglars gained en
trance to the basement by jimmies, and
coolly pried the safe open in daylight.
A Times reporter called last evening
on Mr. Francis Leland, the president of
the bank, at his residence, No. 1 West
Thlrty-seventh street. Tho gentleman
expressed the opinion that the robbery
had been planned as long as a month
ago, and that it had been committed by
persons who had applied at that time
for the use of the unoccupied basement,
but bad been refused on account of their
suspicious appearance. The Bilver sto
len could not, he claimed have been car
ried away by less than five men, owing
to its weight.
Coroner' Verdict in the Jewett Tragedy.
New York, April 12. The inquest
in the Jewett tragedy was finished this
afternoon, and the Jury returned the
following verdict: We find that Geo.
W. Jewett came to his death by the ex
plosion of a hand grenade at 182 Front
street on April 6, 1877, brought to the
office by Orville D. Jewett, and that
said Orville D. Jewett came to his death
by pistol shot wounds caused by the
firing of a pistol by the said Orville 1).
Fatal Accident at Baldwin.
On Sunday afternoon, between four
and five o'clock, Mr. 1. Langfelt, of
Baldwin, in company with several per
sons, ascended on the elevator or "hoist"
to the top of a blast furnace at Baldwin.
Mr. Langfelt taking with him his little
daughter, aged between five and six
years. The top of the hoist Is about 100
feet high. While the elevator was de
scending, and when about 80 feet from
the ground, the little girl stepped aside,
and before she could be grasped by her
father fell over the Bide and was precipi
tated to the bottom, fracturing her skull
and receiving other Injuries from the
effects of which she died about eleven
o'clock the same night.
Miscellaneous News Items.
tW A deficit of about $1500 has been
discovered lu the accounts of Robert
IVysctt, postmaster at Bethlehem, Pa.
There are charges against Mr. Pevsert of
tampering with letters, and a general mis
management of the ollioe.
tW Grant Falls, N. It., has bad an Enoch
Anlen case. The long-lost one came home
anil found bis wlfn with another husband
and five new children. No. 2 magnanim
ously stepped out and No. 1 took posses
sion of wife, children and all.
London, April 0. The cattle plague has
broken out at Willesdeu In Middlesex
county, on a lare dairy farm. The entire
farm herd of 150 will probably be slaugh
tered. Within three miles are from 3,000
to 8,000 cows, nearly all of whose milk
goes to London,
Washington, April 0. The jail at
(Jonyers, Ueorgio, was destroyed by fire
last night. The only prisoners were two
negroes, and they were burned to death.
It is supposed the negroes set fire to the
building so as to escape. Every effort was
made to save them but without effect.
fir "Gentlemen of the jury," said a
liultimore lawyer in the criminal court,
"do you believe that my client was guilty
of selling beer to a boy in a small bottle?"
The jury thought it was a mixed proposi
tion, and disagreed.
tW The "six-cornered ctitioh," near
Greenville and Pennsburg, Montgomery
county, has just boon torn down to provide
a site for a church. It stood seventy-four
years. It whs built of rough stone, which
will be used for the structure. The "six
cornered church" was known farand wide.
It was built in 1803.
Of" Seven Chinamen are partners in
business in H.in Fmucisoo. A creditor,
lindingit hard work to collect a debt,
learned that the money was in the safe,
that the safe bad seven different locks,
that enoh partner had one key, and the
firm had to be unanimous before the money
could be touched.
Elf The trial of I!. A. Heeso, charged
with killing Dr. J. A. Shade, Lis father-in-law,
of Huntingdon county, has been
postponed until the 2d of June. The
accused was to have been tiled last week,
but the panel of jurors was quashed be
cause not properly drawn. About 200
witnesdos have been subpounned in this
Cleveland, Ohio, April 0. A fatal
accident occurred to-day on the Tuscarawas
branch of the Cleveland and Pittsburg
road. As a train was crossing the bridge
near Malvern the bridge gave way pre
cipitating the engine into the creek, killing
the fireman, James Bharp, and seriously
injuring tho engineer, Geo. Dearborn.
tW The body of Miss Nettie flussman,
a respectable young lady of Tiffin, Ohio,
was found in the river near that place, on
Thursday last, with marks of violonce
upon her person, which indicated that she
bad been murdered. Her lover, Lester
Ktone, has been arrested on suspicion, she
having stated the last time she was seen
alive that she was going to meet him.
tsrln New York on Monday morning,
h while the funeral services of Mr. Gustavus
SchmitE, late organist of Bt. Patrick's
Cathedral, were being conducted at that
church, the mourning drapery surrounding
the organ gallery took tire and sprang
into a blsze. The audience made a rush,
but the flames were speedily extinguished
and the excitement subsided. It Is believed
tbat a few persons were seriously hurt.
t3f The Greencastle Echo says; An
unknown horse disease is prevailing in
some portions of this township, which
battles the skill of the veterinary sergeous.
Captain Samuel Leaker informs us tbat
within the past two weeks, Mr. David
Byers, residiug in the marsh, lost fonr
valuable work horses by the disease, and
Mr. David Kohler, of the Clay Hill settle
ment, has lost two. The animals exhibited
no pain and died shortly after being at
tacked. (W A pleasant instance of true generos
ity and its reward oooured, last week, at
Itockport, Mass. A woman who supported
her two children by bard work was asked
by a fellow-workman in the mill to aid in
making a purse "for a poor women." She
had but CO cents left to carry her and her
children through the month, but she gave
25 cents. A little later the person returned
and told the woman the purse was meant
for her, and banded her f 25.
dP Hiram Arbuokle, of East Mont
pelier, Vt., shot George Short twice Thurs
day. Thou leaving bis victim for dead
Arbuckle repaired to the blacksmith shop
of his brother-in-law, George Bancroft,
and shot him through the arm. . Bancroft
ran and Arbuckle pursued, shooting him in
the back and the third time through the
bead, killing him. The murderer then
went to bis house and snot himself through
tha breast. He is believed to have been
Insane. Short is still alive, though in a
critical condition. ,
tT From the Pottstown Ledger we
learn that the citizens of Amityville,
Berks co., and vicinity, have been thrown"
into the wildest state of excitement over
the fact tbat their dogs and cattle have
been seized with hydrophobia, and are
doing much mischief. Sad to relate three
ladies have also been- bitten.
It appears that an ordinary bouse
cat belonging to Mr. Jeremiah Scbaefler
was first seized with hydrophobia and bit
two dogs. They also became mad and bit
the chickens. One of the dogs bit little
child of Moses Yooum in the foot, ' but
fortunately the dog's teeth did not pene
trate through the leather.
H Will be a matter of Interest toall our
readers who aro desirous of adorning their
homes, to know that there hns been la
corporated in New York a Btock Com
pany with A cash capital of a quarter of
a million of dollars, for the manufacture
of Pianos, which will be Bold direct to
the people at factory prices. Its name Is
tho Mendelsohn Piano Co.,ofilee No.
50 Broadway, New York.
These Pianos made one of the finest
displays at the Centennial Exhibition,
and were unanimously recommended for
the Diploma of Jlonor and Medal of
This Company are the first to do a
general business with the purchaser dU
rcet, saving him more than one-half the
price charged by other first-class makers,
We would 'recommend any of our
readers who have any Idea of ever buy.
ing a piano, to send for their Illustrated
and Ix-scrlptlve Catalogue, which will
be mailed free to all.
J. B. HAnT7.Er.Ti, Newport, is Intro
ducing a new brand of Tobacco, "Above
All," which Is destined to take the lead.
Wall Papers. Over 800 designs for
Halls, Parlors, Dining-rooms, Ac, low
as 8 cents up to beautiful tints and Deco
rations, at the Carpet Btoro,
21, East Main Bt., Carlisle.'
The Eagle Hotel. Mrs. Harah Derrick
would notify the publlo that she has
taken possession of the above named
Hotel in Bloomfield, and would be
pleased to have all her old friends favor
her with their patronage, and as many
new ones as feel weel disposed towards
her. 12 4t.
Purchasers of Carpets, Wall Papers,
Shades, Oil Cloths and general house
furnishing goods of this kind should see
the large spring stock at the Carlisle
Carpet House, 21, East Main Street. .
The celebrated "Capital Lead, which
Is unequalled for whiteness and durabil
ity always on hand and for sale by
tf. F. Moutimek.
Notice. All persons Indebted to the
subscriber by note will please mnke pay
ment before or during April Court, as
after that date no further time will be
given. J. B. llA( KF.T.
Bloomfield, March 20, 1877.
" The Above All," is a new brand of
chewing tobacco, and Is without a pee
for excellence and sweetness. For sule,
wholesale and retail, by J. B. IIaiitzell
In Gautt's Building.
Only a Fip. I have received another
lot of good colors of the i cent prints.
liOts of other NEW GOODS are also In
Htoreand for salo at a bargain. Call
and see them.
Baking Powder, just the thing every
lady should have in the house. The
best out, for sale by F. Moutijiek.
Tailoring promptly and well done.
We will furnish you the goods, or you
can bring your own material, and be as
sured of having a good fit.
"Above All Navy Tobacco." Cau
tion. Every 5c. and 10c. plug of this
Celebrated Tobacco Is labelled " Wardle's
Above All." None is genuine without.
Looking Glasses, Mirrors, Window
Shades, Matts, Hugs Hassocks, &c.,at
the Carpet Store in Carlisle.
Carpets, Carpets. Beautiful Brussels, 3
iilysund Ingrain, with 30 patterns in
lomemade Carpets, Hemps, Halls and
Stairs at the Carlisle Carpet House,
21, East Main Bt., Carlisle.
Ask yonr merchants for "Above All"
Everybody says impossible! But nev
ertheless it is true, that you can buy a
good Suit of Clothes, coat, pants and
vest for only $5.00 nt
Handsome Parlor Carpet new designs
just received only 35 cents per yard at
E. F. KunkePs Bitter Wine of Iron.
It has never been known to fall in the cars of
weakness attended with symptoms indisposition
to exertion, loss of memory, difficulty of
breathing, weakness, horror of disease, night
sweats, cold feet, weakness, dimness of vision,
languor, universal lassitude of the muscular
system, enormous appetite, with dyspeptic
symptoms, hot hands Hushing of the body,
dryness of the skin, pallid countenance and
eruptions on the face, syellds, frequent black
spots flying before the eyes, wta suffusion and
loss of sight, want of attention, etc. Sold
only in 1 bottles. Get the genuine. Dopot
and office, 25'J North Ninth St., Philadelphia.
Advice free. Ask for E. F. Knnkel's Bitter
Wino of Iron, and take no other make. Gen
uine sold only In f 1 bottles.
Nfirong Debility ! Nervous Debility
Debility, a depressed Irritable state of mind,
a weak, nervous, exhausted feeling, no energy
or animation, conlused head, weak memory,
the consequences of excesses, mental over
work. This nervous debility finds a sovereign
enre In E. F. Knnkel's Bitter Wine of Iron.
It tones the system dispels the mental gloom
und despondency, and rejuvenates the entire
system. Bold only in $1 bottles. Get tho
genuine. Bold by ail druggists. Ask for E. F.
KunkoPs Bitter Wine of Iron, and tak no
other. Genuine sold only in tl bottles, or six
bottles for !". All I ask is a trial of this
valuable medicine. It will convince tha most
skeptical of its morits.
Never Failing Worm Hjrup.
K. F. Kunkol's Worm 8yrnp never fails to
destroy Pin, Scat and Stomach Worms. Dr.
Kunkel Is the only successful physician who
removes Tapo Worms In two hours. Bead
and all complete alive, and no fee till head
passes. Common senso taaches if Tape Worms
can bo removed, all other worms can be readily
destroyed, fiend for circular to Dr. Kuukel,
25J North Ninth fit., Philadelphia, Pa., or ask
your drupglst for a bottle of Knnkel's Worm
Syrup. Price fl per bottle. It never fails.
Used by children or grown persons with perfect
safety. 14 lm
lif White, smooth and soft any lady's
hands, arms or neck may become, who uses
(ileun's Sulphur 8oap. Pimples or other dls
flgnrinents of a eomplexlonal nature, are
surely obliterated by this healthful promoter
of beauty. Depot, Crittenton's No. 7 Blxth
Avenue, N. Y. Hill's hair & Whisker Dye,
back or brown, OOcts. 14. 4w
Our good represent
the latest New Vork
Htyles, and our twenty,
live roars' experience In
la eiifllclent Kiiarnutce
for nt and workmanship.
YATKH ft CO.
YATKH & CO.
YATRH & CO,
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Spring has come, and t
we ar ready for It, with
the Itneat aortmnt of
Heady Alsdn Clothing
ever offered In Ambm-ica.
KI.KO ANT CbOTIIINU
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KbKOA NT Cl.OTHINO
K l KO A N T C LOT H I N U
KI.KO ANT CLOTHINO
KLKOANT CI.OTHI NU .
K I.KUAN T CLOTH 1NH
Hnylngall our goods
for Cash, and possessing
great facilities fur man
nfttctiirliig, enables us to
sell so remarkably low.
Kvexy caller, whether
Intending to buy or to
merely look atourgnnds
Is treated lii the same
polite and cordial uinu-ner.
Cot. fit h
Our Children's Departs
ment, with a special en
trance on Blxih Btreet.
for Ladles, Is stocked '
with a rich assortment
of fresh and elegant
goods at prices lower
limn the lowest.
A. C. YATES & COMPANY.
20 Ladies' Favorite Cards all styles, with .
name no, rosi paid. ,i. u. HUB J KD, Nassau.
Kens. Co., N. V.
T T71 YOU will agree to distribute some of our
AiJ circulars, we will send you a CHICOMO
IN GILT FKA MR and a 16 pace, 64 column Illus
trated paper, FKKK for 3 months. Inclose Id .
cents to pay post a ne. Acnnts wanted. KKN
DALL&CO., llosiou. Mass. 14d4w
WITH A COLD 19 ALWAYS DANOEEOU8.
, USE ,N
Wells' Carbolic Tablets,
a sure remedy for COUGHS, and all diseases of
the THKOAT, LUNOS, CHKtiT. and MUCOUB
l"nt I p Only In lslne Itoxes.
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C. N. Ckittrnton. 7 Bijitu Avenue, New York.
t9fin A Montlii AOENT3 WANTED on our
qUU THHEE GltEAT 2 BOOKS. The
BTORY OK CHAULEY HOBS.
A full account of this Great Mystery, written by
his Father, be Its Itoblnson Crusoe In thrilling In
terest. 8he Illustrated HAND BOOK to all re
ligious, a Complete Account of all denominations
and scets. 30(1 illustrations. Also the ladies'
medical aulde by,I)r. Pancoast- 100 Illustrations.
These books sell at sight. Male and Female
Agents coin money on them. Particulars free.
Copies by mail 2 each. John K. Potter ft Co.,
Philadelphia. 14 d 41,.
A LUCRATIVE BUSINESS.
Iff We want 600 more first class Hewing Ma
chine Agents, 500 men of energy and ability to
learn the business of Belling Bowing Machines, s
Compensation Liberal, but varying according to
Ahllfty.Characterand Qualifications of the Agent.
For Particulars Address
Wilson Sewing Machine Co. Chicago.
827 ft 8o9 Broadway, New York, or New Orleans.
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drop". posH-riAia , O 5 rnnM. 5 pkat'ew, with mnonxl Jew
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oi!ir, rpr miter Rubher, Sewing MrhlM ThrrtA
I itler. an.! for Rmpinc Srarw. Cntilac off Hook, end Kjm,
Button, Ermine Blow. ta. Sne of a eomrnoa peaell, la ,
keevllj nlcel plated, end will lut a lifetime, amenta ere 1
coming mMiey and It Is Uie best ealUng artle eat.
Bemple 28 eente, Ku for , Eatreordtnerr Inducement
to A6D1P. 8nd for Mmple tiKir-doiea and canrau rear
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Hie I.IX1YD OOMBtNATIOM CmSFUiA
QRPHANS' COURT SALE OF
BY virtue of an Order of the Orphans' Court of
Perry county. Pa., the nnderslgned Administra
tor with the will annexed of Mrs. Mary McClln
tock. late of Carroll township. Perry county. Pa.,
deceased, will sell by public outcry, on the press.
ON TUESDAY, APRIL 17th. 1K77.
at 11 o'clock A. M.. the following described valua
ble real estate, to wit :
A TRACT OF LAND,
situate In Carroll township, on Sherman's Creek,
one mile west of IMllville, containing
102 Acres and 75 Perches,
more or less, bounded on the North by Sherman's
Creek, East by land of Mamie) Grier. and Went
by land of Samuel Matlack. About 7 Acres ot
said tract are cleared and In a good state of cul
tivation, while the balance is good timber land.
The Improvements thereon are a lAKi
WKATHKR. BOARDEIl HOUSE AM) t
LOU BAKN. Frame Htable. Frame Hog I
Pen. and other oiit-bulldinfr. Taere are Li'UL
OKdUAKDSof choice bearing Apple and Peach
Trees, good water near (lie house, and its general
surroundings make it a desirable property io
TKKM8 OF SALE Tea per cent, of the pur
chase money te be paid when the property is
stricken down. Five hundred dollars at the time
of confirmation ot sale, one hail the balance on
the 1st of April, 1878, and the remainder on the
1st day ol April, lr7flt Poaatesion wilt be given
and deed delivered when the f'HJO are paid and
the balance to be secured with Judgment bonds
bearing interest from date.
March 27. 1877. Adiniaittratoit
The advertiser, having been permanently cured,
of that dread disease. Consumption, by a simple
remedy, is amloua to make known to his fellow
sufferers the means of cure. To all who desire it,
he will sendla copy of the prescription used. (fre
of charge), with the directions for preparing and
using the same, which they will find a Nure Cure
for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, &c.
Parties wishing the prescription will please
address. Key. E. A. WILSON.
2a6moa 194 Penn St., WUllainsburgb.New York
JOB PRINTIXO of every description Mttlr
executed on short .notice and at reasonable
rates at this onioe. 1