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   The Blairsville Press (Newspaper) - January 5, 1869, Blairsville, Pennsylvania                        OrJcr Rclal.iarj to The following yuler issuod .Monday aficriioou (JE.VKUAI. xo. IOC- 1 -MR orcTcr Ibit utiindard   mfc to old sub- scribers yrlioso time has expired. Also, to a number of persons who dq not take it, with the hope thif.t 'they may like it wett enough lo send us their name accompanied >yith 00 Diifitinhui1, -M, U-ti7. Hy'diroclion of I'resi-.leiit ol tu Kid Slates, Ibt- oi'd.-rs are madu t-'.rst. lircvcl M'lj'.r GdUL-ral L. O. U OrJ, will Him over ilu: cimttimtic ot tho bouiin Mililyrv District to JJtwiit A. 0. (i-illf.n, unJ to San_ Francisco, to lake command of Ilia Depart? ncnt ot ijalilornla. Second. by P.rovet Ma- lorGenenxl Ord, Hrevct lr- McDowell will pruceu'l ID Miss..aiid ivliivii em, I'l mand oi th.: fourth Mililaiy Urcvftt On., i.ll John L relieved of Mu) I'lijrd Military District- ami will n'po._i wiihoat lav at 'llio l.eadii.iarli'1'.-i of ihe arsny nrtl-rs, luruii.it the next olKcwr thu arrival ot Ins successor. Foanh. Major Genera! G. ii assigned .lo iho ol tho I huM Militarj- JJisJrict, tuid wiJl assume it wijhoiit delay. IJppartment of ihe East will be commanded the senior tfiTieer in it until a commander ja named by the President. Fifth. Tho officers assigns.! i" the foreeo- ine orders to tbelcnmmand of ihe Military r> _____ _.. Letter From Uoeroiary NKW D.'C'.-mber 1're.si- dent of a JJostou tunk has 'received cue fol- Inwina JeUcr: TtfUASUuv DK-I-AHTMBXT, W Asnixcjyos, camber 'M. I'KAU SIK fa- vor of the '21st There is a deal of dilVerenei: 'of opinion nuionjf mi'tn- of Conpruss iu I'-gird lo what shall hereafter bo our fiimucml At, tho bo- L'iiuiitiir of thu sess'nti it Sfijrned that the in- flation is is were, in a decided ip-ijority, but before adjournment for the holidays, a more conservative spirit was mauiK-s'.ed, and 1 am quite honelul lhat tiiew will be no leg- islatioa 07 the present Congress favorable to the views of Ortii U-i'lur. or very to t'.ioBO of th.! Secretary. Vv'e shall bel- ter, huwovar, coir.-ijiics. With thinks for tin-' uniform support which 1 have received at your hands, 1 remain vury truly U- McGui.i.ocit. Instructive Statistics. Mr. Williamson, in a slaiisiiuxl review of tliu [Kilicp, rt-cogniy.od dMinkriuiOBS of Lon- don.' made; two yetira rcixuhed the loll'iw- conclusions: Tlu-re are nbout dr'i'nkiiio simps in London, and it would be a very mode-mitt estimate tlr.it would to each of them on every Saturday night, twei'ly persona in different, stages of intoxi- cation, making a total ol individu- als, mostly of middle age, HfTHODUCTORY. With this number we volume II of PRKBS. We again thank our patrons for the favors Le.-ilpwed it during the year that haa past, hope Otir course has merited a continuance of tho same. Judg- ing from the number of our who liavc ren.r.vnd their subscriptions and fro'.n the number of new name v added to our h.-t of rnr oli! subscribers has not only sixain subscribed but has paid for five addi- tional subjpribcrs. This is what wo call tangible appreciation, iu theory about u wish there was fifty or a '..ur.drod more like safe. sayii '.hat iho m-.j-irity of the pnijlj tiii.i town and vicinity are sali.-.'l-j.l cours-'.1. In fact 'i-.ivvc lost 'nit oi.bhf: ibcr lhat we know of up to this I.me. Tins irf cer- t.iinly a for As in tho p-ist, the P-.'-sd will devote its columns to tho can'o of rin'hl. as it under- stands the rigi.l. Tlie cause ;.f trinyotarico shall always rect-ivc its mos'. cordial support in both its hour of tri'.imph and defeat, and ir shall hi; our special labor to prevent tho Districts will exercise therein any and all ihe powers conferred by the. ijcls of Congress upon the District Commanders, and also any and all the powers perniiiiinj; to the Military Department Com miinders. Sixth. Brevet Major funeral Swayne. Col- onel of llio I'orty-lii'th t'niti-d States Infantry is hereby rclievvd from duly in Bureau lAvedinci; and Abandoned Lands, and will proeead to Teiin., and asiumo his regiment. conimatid of (leneial (Irani. E. TowssEsn, A. A. G. in the me- tropolis olone, who pepiodionlly subjun them- CriT.at'5 Letters to ,tlie Pre-i- (loi'it on the Reiupval of Stanton and Shoritiaii. WASHINGTON, Dsp. Speaker laid bel'.re the House to.-day a communicaiion from Gen. Grant enclosing the cotrcspim- uVuftj relating to the. removal o( Hon. I'.d- vi in M. Sta-.iton as Seeretary of War, and also Hi.! removal of Getinrala Sheridan und Sic'r.lcs. Nisiuly all the correspondence has hor.'tol'oro been but Hie fullowni" is the privatu loiter of General Grant lo iho Vt-Gs'.d.iiil, about which so aiuub. cunoaily h-.is boon exprwssod TlK VIX'V VH'I'KSIS AUMIKS OK U. S D. C., Au'jtiit I, A. Jultiuoii, resident of (lie Slutcs: Siu I tho liberty of addressing you privately on tho s.ubjoct of the conversation w_> had" this fee.linjf as 1 do the aivat danpri'r to tlic welfare of thu country should you curry oul thu design then presspd. tlio subject of tho doparlment of the Sscrnlary of War. H'H removal can- nul bj i-flccted" aoiiiii.-.! will without c-oiihunl of the St-naie. It is but a short lime i.iiict the U. S. Suna'.c was in session, and why not llu-n have Hiked lor bis reii if it desirod? It ceriainly was tl) te'iition of the legislative branch of the Gov- ernment to place Cabinet ininU'ors beyond tha oowar of Mecuiivr> removal, and it is 1 pIlKbOtl itor li.i'il I'm- V.niiin A.-i-oir- li.-illtlll'ul loi-ilion. riv.T- I lio'mi-lilM- eoiiilbrt. ni'- tr.e Mill; "in. itlrni-tion- "f tb'-. new and Ii.-.int.till b.imlx-.i'i'' limit III" K-.inbi-r of bounl- I'JhtosKtv. S..'1-.iii'l t.-rin r'liiunt'ii.'HN Jr'cb. l-'or I N.J. I i; T 7'II I S I AmUeiiilitCi Smltli J: Cowloy, fa., fur tlieir QiKiil-' CireuLir tio. JKDil L'lTY nf (.'owley'it IVrniiitin I' liails, i-i.y o ontaining' 3 selves to the vice of intoxication. This number is equal lo 13 per cent, of ihe adult population, or cue in every eight persons. Some vigorous efforts for tho reduction of iho Ic-fi, d roibrniiitory ag K U A N C .V 51 E !.i II I W PATENT U M B E R UKMLOCt LUMBEH CUT TO ORDER- ALSO OAK BEACH ANT) MAPLE, A XI) AT -.IIARKBI' PRICES. LOWEST OttDKJit PROMPTLY ATTJJSPKD TO- Addros.-.. JOHN MOIUlliU., Mineral Point, Cambria Co., 1'a. A. T. UOOIIKIIKAn. MOOKEHKAD n v-- roally well understood that so far as Cabinet are affected b lLo tonuro of ofiicis inin bill, it was intended specially to protect the Secretar of War. whom the country fell The Surgeon General's Report- Miijor General Bnrncs, Sur-joon eporis llio nxpcndiiures of llie do- T of our prohibitory Ifiws, and lo urge a more faithful execution t-f the same. Politically, it will support, tho candi- dates nominated by the Republican party at their National Convention which meets in Chicago during iho rr.onth of May next. Also the candidates nominated by tp.G He- publican party for both State and county officers. We again upon friends the ne- cessity of inere..ding tlio circulation of the Pasas. This be done but littlo la- bor to themselves and will pa great ser- vice :o us. With but the least exertion r.n the part of those who are interested in the Republican parly, supporting n local paper, or in our individual our circulation couli' easily be doubled- This is n good opportunity to show how much rn'.erest the yh.ivj in either of tho above, and :i> what extent their appreciation extends. wait for some one else to move, but do it yonrseif- Consi Jet tlir.r tins article is meaut for you, a.id act accordingly. Tlie The receipts cover thio amount, and loave 08 in the tn-as.iry. Cholera and yeilow fever have attacUed the troop.--, during the year. Tlio cons-taut sickni'st: rate was icss than six per cent. Tlie murialily w.n ilT.rlv-sovcn to the thousand from disease, and thrcu from wounds and iiijurics. The total mnrt'.ilitv was four par cent. li u-h col- ored soldier, l.v the ixvcrasred reports; WHS on tlu'siHc 'list lliro.) times. rJVr3 ha-o bi'cn 207.'J II hi-.lorie- wounded tneii PD- lered uji'in iK-i-'iianenl n-uisters, and (.-ll'orts have bot-n mai'c lo trace the 'iltiirale results of .iil'ilcult casos. Dining the year olti arti- tkial Ions at.d urms, six feet, nine h-xnds, three .-yes. and pubue The Army Medical Mineui and enlaigi'd. A medical board ncceptod -17 candidatas for assistant surgeons out of 272 offer'ni" and examined. The first volume ol the Medical and Surgical History of the is ready for the press. Sixteen officers of the Medical Corps have died during the year. have been issiuyl i ha< TKK Duchess ot a very wealthy Udv, was recently qrdered to leave ;'he Eternal City wilhin twontyrfour hours. She in  usness she found her- sslt lying on the marble tiles in tho passage, ;ome lackey having dragged her out of the room during her swoon. drinking shops is sine.: purely moral am. are uounUraele'i more successfully than thev counteract liiu opposite inllnences." No'remedy yet proposed- will, in Uic opinion of Mr. Willinmson. In; it in- uliides a siiL'gesiion out by Mr. CharliM in. and aduincd by the United Kingdom Aliianvn ir. by which every parish and township wi.-uld be em- powered to settle for itsr-.lf whether drinking shops should continue to be licensed or not within its limits. Alaska Territory. Tl'e Tribune publishes'an Interesting let- ter from a coriespondent at Sitka Alaska leiritory. Il appears Irom the statements of this wiiu-r, ilnit our new territory is not aland with milk and honey, though under favorable circumstances it is cnpabh- of supporting human life. Afrrienlturo is not its strong p'jinl. The rains of August ai.d .September ruin the grain wash all tin: nutiimrnt oat of gr.ms. Cabbages have no heads, turnips and pota- toes in body, caulillowcrs no sweetness, and fruit no fruit. These, at 1'jast, are Uie characteristics of the piincipa! pait.s ol russia, so far as iln-y lire yet known on ihe islands of Kocliae and Oitnalaska are a liillo beltL'r. There is plenty of tim- ber on tho nir.inli'.nd, but one cannot get at it, owing to ihe naiura.1 of trans- portation. Iu summer there is no dry weather, and in winter no snow for sledding. California, Puget's Sound Vancouver Island will forcentunos furnidh cheaper lum- ber than our Russian purchase. The fnri bearing ani'n'-.ls are valuabli1, but their num- ber is mpidly decreasing. The greater part of Mr. Sewiird's seems, in fact to have been expended for codfi-ih. A gentleman trom Providence, who ifi now- ill Colorado, with a scientific party writes as follows; l You 3Pom to have a wrong idea of Co.- orado. Il i-s not such a wilderness as i'on snppose. In Central City the society is very pleasant, there being a srreat ina.ij' pleasant families bore from the East. As to despera- and cut throats, I have as yot seen noth- Secretary of W. gtvat in. Tho meaning of the law may be explained away by an nslute lawyer, but common sense- sud this views of ioyr.1 people will give to it ibc ulVcct iutendud bv its fraiocrs. tho subject of the rr-.inoval of tho very ublo conuiiandur of the Filth .Mili- tary District. Let me you to consider tho" it would have upon the public-. Ilu is universally and desur-cdly beldvcd by tho people this Govorumeiit through its trials, and frared by those who wouhfbc sti'l enemies of the Government. CHAMPION SAFES. THE MKDAL? AT WORLD'S WORLD'S ;POSITION AND WINNER OF THE WAGER OF 3 O O 0 O F A W C S in At tin- rivoiit Intntnatiiinal coul-i-t, iu the 1'nrin Kxlil- bit'i'n. Tho publi.- aro luvilod Ihi' ollii'i..iawaiJ to UK. 11 UERRLJO, KAKIIKL SllliHMAN, Broadway, Cur. Murray S I. 8TBWAHT TllOMl'SON Indiana, Pa, in Lumber, Honrds, Ji-int Cap Sliinglff, IMiKturiiis Gallic, and nil kinds of Worked Lum- ber. All wil'Ti1 (Hied at the lowed nisrket rutCB. Orders SullcitcJ. M. A T. ".ndiuna, Pa. Of of the Juno au.l July i.'fuo of 1-ZQs cnn have t'no unnie convcrtc'i into the new i-20 coupon boniU on im.ro nilvnnlagcnai) lormi than tho (Jjvernmcnt fending their to vt, bonds JcliTtrcil or eenl by express. JAMES T. BttADY A CO. Doxleriu (lovcrnmcot iccuritue, Corner 4th .t Wood trcet.1, Pittubnrg, Pa. thf an.t all VOHK. 1IKK1UNC i CO., 1'hiliidelphia. CO., ciii.-.Bo. FAKlxKL StiKRMA.V, New Recent Convnntion of Wh'sky Men in "Washington Tint following diapatc'1 to tha Now Evening I'ust, givci A vary vivid idea of tho respectability of :'r.z recent whisky con- veutiou which assembled iu no leccntly A curious fact has been brought to light regarding the rocent ipoyomcnt of the whis men here. Jiecoming alarmed at the exposure of their ihey nought, by inauipiilaling qetirf here, attached to leading Vournalu city, to have them deriy tlseir repflnt conyen- lion was composed of nj.en who had de- frauded tlie government, 'and alleging that only in one or two instances I Ins tho case. In the published list delegates, it ap- pears that ihore'weri: liflyeight houses rep- resented in the ja'ty and a (dose of ;his list'with the books at tjio cflice of Internal Jluveiiuft, shows lhat thirty- two of ihwe hrcis iiavo bcci: delc-t-ied, and their places clotied, cither fur swindling or n'tempthg and defraud the gov- ernment. this fact, the whiskey ring do not heuitjjjp to jvssort that the recent convention wan composed entiroly ol honest men, who were devoted lo the inter- ests of the government; and by '.icing cer- journals, they seek lo t-siabii.-j'h this erroneous impression. Excepting those linns which deal in drugs au-1 or thojo who act a-i pioii merchants for the sale of ther  Kxecuiive of Ihe Unite'd States thus, but for the conversa- tion on the subject alluded to in this letter, aim from a sense of duty, feeling that I know I am right in this matter. With grcal respect, your obedient servant [Signed, S. GiuNT, General. TUB Government is rebuilding old For McCKmry, in the of Ports month. N. II. Tho new walls are ssven fee thick, while the old ramparts were or.ly two. Nine r.ew guns, fcuah weighing twenty-live tons, carrjjng solid shot of a quarter ton weight, aro already mounted. Forts Sul.i- Washington are abandoned. SAVTA ASXA will Income a citixion of the United States with the of St. Thomas. Ii... N.-u Vurl, M. Vni'k Uitv. M K I! I C .1 -V K 0 York, 3 Corllandt St., Ninv jraniil'ftiir.'r.t. :iinl i'l AMK'JiC'.I.N 'nto'.M'AS C'l.dCKS. -il: F-'w., ai..l .ld.tr.' limey NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. '.-I..U t.i vcu in-inth. XV.IC.I.KK. Mi-criiDV A- ro.. NIL Ill-I Ai-i-li i. FuY'.V .VX.irt u p.1 Kiul MID inn--, .Vkiit v.-r olV-n'tl t-i tli" ptibli'-. Il placos .In- "f 'liu iipnil Conn is.' IM..C in IIIK! iltnt Ivy pliy- Solil at I storiM br D. Px. SAUXHEU-S k CO.. 9G Summer Stvout. Boston, and 22 Walker Street, New 1 ork. Also bv 1IKXKY C1, M.irk.-t Phil- Srm.i.MNN MINRIWI8 Hnuuvi-r Uiiltiiiitire, JIJ-__. _ _________ .______ f or ('.i-nti'-iin-ft tu W liutt.m lloli- "IUJ .SMITH, 1'iiriii.im O. _ t" tnivel niul M-1I ifi'Oils Uy tt I'F.liKV, I'.i? Si., (.'li-vi-liinJ. Ohio. _ j u us a club in WIY AND FANCY -JOODS, a K u F COST. HAWKS .t CO., Vcileriil St., Uoslon, Muse. C. No. .'17 Fifth Street, Pittsburg, Po. Wo bavn now to to our cnmoroai trons and t'pendi, publication of DtFF'S NKW SYSTEM OF Snlcndidl.v printed in colors by Harper 4 Bros., New Yurie. 1'p 400. Royal Octuvo. 74; postngo cts.- For by TUin uplcinlid >vork all Uto iinprortmenti end liibxr-.-'iivHg formi in MEHCHANTS i MANUVACTUtEUSBOOKS.. fully iltu-.lru.ted in six complete mil of Booki. Next foili.w DUFF'S NATIONAL BANKBOOKS, Illustrating lull sat of Twenty-Fire Booki; pracliiall.T rtconlingft of traniaeliouii from tho turinuti'iii company to of lliofn-it dividend; exhibiting new formi of iho Hoceiviiij? and 1'avioi; Tellers' Booke, Duposit I.udgur, Ac. Tliiae followed by DUFF'S RAILROAD ACCOUNTS, Practieal'v oxhibitiiig buainen recorded in. tlioSuvun'l'rincipitl Hooks in bu.lding and cquiiduent, with burcoiiR'i.ta imJ rccuipls uutil first diridendv The next nro PRIVATE BANKERS' BOOKS, Pructu-ully ilHistralingtbo X'sivatq-Kaiikorn'buiU ness, in ten businow work ul> tlicin.'ic'j new miii-li ii-w importunt matter, found in BO work, in substituted, in firit work of tho kind pubhUlicil, Ae rucosn. of I he Cbmnber of Cuiiiinrrcf, of York. Nu courno bu.siness iMueati'ii: olsowher! w'H tborcfiTC compare witb it cirucy. Tliu CiillKgu tt.rras, a full .ivscription of the work, '17 our new 16 Pago. lioiiblo tjuiirto Circuluj, mailed free. AdJrwi DL-FV4SON. Pittsburj, Pa. YV WB A' And will jn-rtSi'ijt lo per our Cli S K S. I. IRC AT Now is the time to get CHRISTMAS PRESENTS! I liav.ijual opened a now slock of Jowi-lry Ac.. wliic-h I will ul iv mnall advance on cost until JMiunir) Ifl, 1S6S. BcaiitilV1 ni'ir of lUi sard Ki.iiuieleil, Heart llings i.nd'Silver Jewelry. und. Clocks a.1 c P.O. T1 r. A i I, CiliXTIjEMAX. il Monthly Journal. ,liod -it Hiiltiiiiniu Mil. 11 V''-ir. I'-iinens K) nolieitt'd. uti-'l. Aildrt'-s us _____ S T K K K T S IMI'KOVi.II TBBUK MOULDING AND WEATIIEH STRIPS. bi.si, f'neapc'il nr.il only pcrl'i-rt Wuatlier Stripn in nia'-ki-t. r.iin. H'H'.mil ilui.1. i-c-a i-eiliUM-'t t-J iisfums- Kill" is beyond any- vrr iilierud. Sl'ini fur nn iitfuuf-s  Vooil of "V1 lllln- l tin Ui.'itcil ami morality. w.'II the l.i'v.-. of Th.-y too 8 -t thn lawn :it to Aineric-an ci finnru nii'J b'.-cn u reproacli JT u slad'il tiic leveed to rep per acre fur i ri.ivcn.tiH'iit purpows, iu Pl.i'tjdi-lpliia navy-y: ill'1 1'ii'y lo iix- Island i.-laiius have it in lavor of allowing v-JCC i laud dial will bo taken for buildinjr tlio prps- Thc owueca I.v llie Minnesotii phicrieK. wore cut; ,00 OuO.'-'OO fo'it wiU be cut. of TIfC costs asinually Ijijo'.OOO.OOO. Tlifttotalexpenditiire for army and navy amounts to annually, or twice this French cxpeudituro for the same purpose. THK fust Lulherniia tlm! evrr cmipraledto country, caipe to New York in '.lie year Jacob who cair.e their Lral denominational preacl.er. WK cannot remember a niff'nt. so dark as lo huve hindered tl.o approach of coming 1---.1 year over day, nor a storm so liirious or dieadlul as 10 tiiis year' Only prcveiit tl.o. letuni of warm .sunshine and cloudiest sky. and a JJUAUTIFUL COLORKD PLATE FLOWERS. pnntfl, on tin! tinot piii'i-r, one of tlio inoni lioiiutifitl well as instructive wui-kn tin kind published. In nit who aiiply, by mail, p.na, l'-r tun ecutH. nt-t hull' V1C1C, Iloolii-.vtc.r, N. AM'A-KIUA.V sfr.AMSiiu-. TllROl'GII LINK TO CALIFORNIA, VIA. PANAMA OR NICARAGUA. SAILING FROM NEW YORK December ot'i and 15th January 5th, 15th and 25t.li, and February 15th and 2.5th. With X'-vv tin1 I'ir.-t TliiM. P LOWER THAN BY A.NY OTIIEl LINK. For furtlic.' ini.itmalion nddivss the undi-Miffned !i -y fiill.-ry. Dry niul l-'a "ji-uther _ X B 1> O I. L A H I f ci.tt.ni V.'iiw, AU.IIIIIH, _ A C1I, pont iiiiiehiiii'S, wiit.-lio.-, il'y fancy .to., S.-nil ten oi'iil.- I'lileul Kounlmu, with a lip di'M'iibiiiir nn iniick'iii our one ili Anv iii'MMi. (HI "r IVlniiii-.) '-I'll :l club of nv iii'. from to LOCO, ill rilti- (IU for niul for.su it.iiiijC. Si-nil ill k-ttew. iii.li s iiiHii.'il froe to iir.y 1 KAST.M.IX -V- Ki'NDAI.L, SIi Ml U M SAL) J) L L K BKST COLLARS, AND HIE PLACE TO IJUY YOUR SiuUllcs, Briilles, ISiirncss, Collars, JJlankoU-, Whips, ic., St., ii ut IU.-J P R E M I U M SAUDI. E K Y GEOKGE Corucr of Water OK STADTMILL ERi nnd Clymcr Streets, iul'iHiia, I'u. Tbo subscribcii tlinnkful k.r past fuvom, is now offcrins to the public e'-'ery v iricty MHUUIIIC- turcs in his on ibo bent llio ultcutv.ik ut 1 wouul call COI.LAUS, It it tlio Best Cbnn.-f cvor oflorcil to 'Agents M L You enn for sum of ONE D 0 I NTK .C- liAlilll TT, KlSmHuiy direct, Hoi-ton. thoboat Hie Wv" as lo llaraess Collars, wliu-ri for style, comfort ami durability arc un- vitualle 1. i ali'ikcop on hand, every urlielc eontici-tcd with i.iy lino of i'.ir further information address liovliU-tf U EOK'J IK tr o M K K F> or iii th'; country tJ'r.'i- or funr mi the ir.x'iN have to buy. 'llio nu-lhoiN intr.idii.....I by tin- ,-rini-iple. an olii-i cd by lill.M AjV ti. ll'.l lUnnviT -tr.-ut. JLici., onah'e-< iooiitain nt pri.-eii. with uliinitt iinlimlM hlloxyinw of ex.-lmnKH, mid vulu- able uri'ientt Ihnnvn in. Semi for or mnid ti-n for (Ir.-at ii.ciucciiinnts TillO Silver lIiintioK to IM SOU C-.I.1 lilies' 'o UHid G-ild llnntillR tu .5 HKW Mim-i-llmM-oHt Silver to 100 nit kin.ij..........10 to 75 Tin' .ilj.iv.! stock will bv of on thu popular ).IHII. ev-ry rmrun u ft..e (iold or Soli.l Silver iriitfh. for 10. without regard to Hro. .V t.'o.. Kit Ilrnailway, I'.roa.lniiy, New in iniu.filiiiK-ly "f ulwvo niireen- uumiuK in waled MV-'1 W''d- HuUerii are t.i Iho V.UffV'J ln itponraMiienHif Te.i it a worth 1 IHO or -me worth Thv ri-turu of uny ...ir i-ilifii-iilPi. -juoiwl i. upon paym.'iit, its worth, und tl TVoK'tSfiS: i'011 m'A THOSE WHO WISH J'f n-.e, i'.li a I' throa liondred .ml of tho n-, In a of Henlth Ktrors its niiarlii-fv valurd thun 10 is uamril on y tili.-Kd-. it will nt OIK''' lie ne.-n that no ...I'e.-y. but a furuar.1 l.'ifitimatc traiiMWtion. niav ho In t-ven by thr I KIMI'I.- will be by mini, faid, upon r.'i-eipt of i5 oenti. five for I, eluv.n for 3, thirlv-ihriii.-nn I pr.-miilm for ami moru premium for JO on< hundred and Kiiucrl' H'ntitU for IS. To ur thoik pinpliivini-nt. thin niro oppiirlniiity. It it H legill-. ei'iidiiete.! biminehs. duly iiuthoriied by Cover.Miii-iit and opi.-n to mrkt ejireful irfntloy. ICiiti-lieii sent by with bill fur n.lleotioc OB liverv so-'that'no UiMHilitfiH-lhiii MUI puMibly occur. Try it'. Address tt'ltlCiJlT HUO. Importer.. CONS UMPT K B. I i'liinv .V. onaii'v'of'th'-' ai- ,i'-', I. A I'KOIX. -Yn. '3! Tim author uniy bo coniullf u treaty In mail. Medicines t auy ;iffli.-t.-.l unit every Niifleror will try this j n-- K.-ript .m. n< it will cost them nothiuir, and nny provn b rl.-ase a.ldress .1. It.'ON. No Ifif- tk.uth str.-ot, -N 1.   

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