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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

in _ENEVA MALE AND FEMALE IM"Geneva Cqliegei" ' and « _6eneva Female Seminary," " 1_& cate_^'in Northwood, Logan County, Ohio, aiid for many years in successful operationU»ve been . combined iuto ono Institution, under the bon,trol of an entirely new Board, and will lie'opened earlyto April, under the above namo. ij _; / ' _, , The Seminary building is commodions and handsoni«, and is capable of affording _accommodations for fifty boarders—is also provided with-piano, stovesbeds, chairs, tables&c, £c. The College building, Rome three hundred yards distanti_« inuch'S 'uperioriSotUe' generality of iC6llege'bnildingff»in the West, ..fit is prp_^i'led _w|th,_KlugB apparatus,, small library, arid a Socie _'tv. i-dom, _olegfliitly and extensively furnished. * * - The Board ai-e desirous of ;8ecuringthe _Bflrvices toff a President and Erofessor_, to take charge ot the echool _^ at _^ tlie " approaching _Snniinertarin. "•' * ' ¦ ' ' ¦¦¦ ""_. ! •sliH_. ¦ . • It is: desirabl...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

: jigffh_*_. •_& slight c6ia_, cough, : /^^/MmSUk _/ _^^OjcW'&enje.&.a., Gr,j,-0' cut- ~ ieL, I_3«™|ij|_tfaa PJhjt-tinlL_* which mietht fee _yKWfKSS/ checked _zuith, a simple rem-^S_^_pP_^ . edy_, ijf Tbegleabed_, qften, termiip&es seriously. , Few are aware qf theimpsrixssn_^ _^ 01L _q^\_$cJjcL _iriips _ffist : st_^$j:t7i&> whiph * »t- the hsgjnnirbg-,- 'uvizlti _| yield to ¦< a mUd remedy, if}, not _fended _ix>ysocav _aiMcks;'thB,<lung:s.: _;.,.,. ,.; .. :_/_,•• : * _Jt_§. _firiuujjrds. J_4§. _*anchAal f3ftwere_!ijfc&H(u_^_ody*^ _e_^ ago: It has been proved that they are, thai best arttideo before the publics for _^au_^ hs., _^atcL&t J_^_fioJuJ iitL&.i, ; _^_jftzstJunJaLi &u.rrtftttdjt. i and; numerous: _affeatkms of theMhj-oxxt_, giving immediate {relief. \ > Public Speakers ana Singers , ¦wSl find -£hem effectual Jbr cfearing" and sfrengifeshxtig the -twice. '_Bald_^hy ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

iaets _Abaut Cotton.—Our foreign* files of _papers represent that the stock of cotton at Liverpool, December 1st, was only sixtyseven thousand bales less than at the same date _iffi _lpGk 9_%_pf _ggrajMn _^ England we presume is much larger than it Was a year ago, as it is well known that the; manufacturers had laid in unusually heavy supplies. The English trade returns for the Jtnonth ot October are just published, and they shew the following results as to -the _illiSTO_^^_Sn 186_^^867 cwts;j in 1-861, 4&7,437 cwts. Of these imports, 578 cwts the Bast ladies famished 467, . _against 115,_&04 cwts. last year. _^ . Whenever and however \he civil war in ithis cotttttryf.iBay;/enc| matters have already igone so far, _^_fcat the cotton monopoly of the •South is ended forever. If peace is made ito-morrow the old cotton productiveness of ifcbe South cannot be restored in season to pre_*_enfc4^| firja, _establishment of the cotton culture in so many quarters of the .glo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

WM. H. KniKPATRICK, " ' JOHN _F. K1RKPATRICK , -Late of the firm of Kirk- " -Late with _GiUespie, Zellei patrick & _Metzgar. i Co., Philadelphia. , _yfyjp$_2 _a.:_mi_^8i»ATRick & <_&>., . " .. Wikolesale, Girocers, FQKWARpn_^_Q_f 4MD _gOJgflSSigjr MEmS _^ ANTS, f? P _^ _OTSBimaH _MANUFACTUjpp ARTICLES. No. §99 Liberty St., oppositeliaai of _Smithfield, " / \ r PITT SBURG H4 _g.-A. ; . :; Particular attention paid' to the_'sale.of _Coittjtry Produce. _(_j_._^ lipMyji \ . ' -• ¦ •;¦ " .-I; "' ' ' ' ¦ - , : -¦ ¦ . _- . "' '?'_" ¦ : Tiie; B_^_J|. _, i|i" ' _Tcre_^. ¦; ' r0 _^. _^ _NEjI_'_sar_^ijIimLt p&.m_^_- Making the Shuttlk, or Lock Swtoh, which is approved for rII kin_»s of work, and forvery many varieties is the ' only admissable. stitch, ,, . ¦ _* -,,» *) '; _, ¦ • A new supply of _bofhlamily and Manufacturing Machines jnstreceived.,fiO-AaENTS WANTED. , ¦ _' ¦¦ ¦¦ SeniUbr _Clrcnlar and Terms. >¦ _^Address .? _HENKX; M. EHOA...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

feeral -fjtefos_. ; Kentucky. There hav-e iw_^i_^_nbfciinporteiitsnioveifteii _ts reported einoe last week. Cairo. The mortars from Pittsburgh are expected .ihdrtilf. _AnolSker expedititffr is fteirljr ready ; one a?_efK»t.8t_^_ys it is moving. ¦ i »_£!«•: ' f. ;. _i ¦ ¦ 4m •'[. ... - , ,-jp:,-K ' ¦ ¦ ¦ - yv New Books. We call the-afctentioa of our readers |o,, the ad--yertisomenl, aa this week's Banner, bf William S. Bentoal, Boafkseller, who announces that he _Tifilt _imtBeiiiifielJ? prbbeea to sell off his v_"a!ual?le _istook of Ideological, Religious and Miscellaneous books at low rates, previous to a removal from .our city, ffhese wanting really valuable books _should embraoe the opportunity thus afforded, to add to _iheir _libraries many works rarely to be found. _s

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

Missouri, We havemftw our army in Missouri in thepur-(fljiifeof Gen. _JPrioe, for the third time. lirst, Gens- Lyon and Seigel followed him; next, Gen. _Prenioafc; »»d _mttwi Gens. Seigel, Curtis, and Davis., i At laat aoo<?_unt| r Price was- at Springfield, and the advance of the Federal army -was at Lebanon* fotety miles Norths Springfield. The roads are _ao seft that movements are almost imipossibla. Gen. _Hatteok is efficient iit _/_M^^^ g the law. All the _fcroepa along the-Ittfe_^of the _Pacific Railroad, West of Jefferson Oity, are under _anarohiog erd«rs. The Nebraska 1st is going across the _fotintry to Kansas. A number of v regfilllia _l_^_eiio tog^^lmth _^p3l_^_lGen - Da t^' brigade. Gen. Stell_'s brigade is oomibg down tthe road te fee forwarded to Kentucky. Gen. Pope remains. He will make his headquarters *t Jeffe*g«> ii City; •.. . . ¦ . ¦:¦ - ' .;a; . »r * :'_* _<:" ' t;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

_sjV. ¦¦, . -- _<...,- ? ¦¥ n rrirttttf _^H'_^I ;; .w: i c Pittsburgh Market. ..:¦*• _. . ,; .-.;;.- _; _;,.: ' • ¦ : ; ..; _i._WMD&ISSDAr, February&;18Gl. ASHES—Spda Ash3@3_^ c; Pots, 4®4_J<c. ; Pearls 5_^c. The stock in first hands is ample for * all ordinary purposes. ; ,, /¦¦_- /. -;¦ ¦ .".< ., '• •:.: ' ., ¦ : ¦ •' ¦ "_': _vi "1 . :. AfiPLBS-r_^2.75@3.00 _^ bbl. BEANS—Prime White.$_l;25 per bushel. ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦¦• ' BUCKWHEAT FLO_^B—$1_^8 _^ 100_fts. _i, . ' BBOOMS_^-Common; $1.00; fancy, 2.00@2.60. ' _BUTTBBr_^_Ohoictf Roll, 12M@_13c. $ B>. " ¦ • OORNr-_«o. _^. bushel... ,, _, CRANBERRIES—-S5.50 15 bbl., CHEESE—Western Reiserv©, 6J_4@7c. Hambnfjt, 7_Mc. DRIED .FRUIT—Apples, $1.50 $ bushel. Peaches, $3.00 $ bus. ' EGGS—10@10J_^c. per dozen. ' FEATHERS—Prime Western, 37l_^c. _^ Ib. FLOUR—Extra, $4.60; Extra Family, $6.00@5.12; Fancy, _C5.50@5.75. GROCERIES — Coffee: Good Rio, 21@22c. Sugar, _d]4c. Rice, 8J^(B>_10c. Molasses, 48...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

_JJEADlNG_^t_^ _pR THEE.ARMY.: Soldiers Oaiinip Library_, f El illRi;c ' _l! TR1CT _itfe ' _liTI, i _; , 150 NASSAU {STREET, NEW-XORK, ]y has -just issued a beautiful lJb»aayT _coasieting of 'JFWENTYFIVE VOLUMES, lHmo., _inclesed _iaa box, at the low price of $3.0 ; among which are "©eneJal'Hwrelock_/' "Capt. Hedley yjcars" "Capt: Hanmoad," "Sh& _Blt»« Flag," " Young Man from Home." • , Packages of 3,000 p._iges of _seiecf_. TrMta, at $2.00, are- put tip to accompany the Library, when desired. ¦ THE SOLDIER'S POCKET LIBRARY, of twenty-five volumes, in flexible covers_^ containing the S61dier!s>Text-book Soldier's._^ymn«, The Soldiers and Jesus, Story of Lncknow, and other appropriate wearies. $2.00..! _- ' ;_, '- • ' , ¦ .: ¦ , : •¦ • ¦ ; ¦ ' ; -; •' :< i _^ •- ' ' ' - " > ' ¦ Tlie American Tract Society _ba» furnished _gratuitnnely many hundreds »f thousands «_j*f pages of Tracts to the bo*- _diqra of Pennsylvaniaas wellaa-othera.' Thoifriends ol tie ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

¦r_^ :i :; :;^.:|#_^M_^i_^,:> ¦ to the_4onM,f_9^^ppcmp ied.to|g_^. fl _^ H. _^ _ej_^fr pppoBiti _ChS»chM«^*^e5 _'wlllgi'»e 41 me «feae» impr,ovcmeo4». _Iee_^in i»rte_^^T_^pnB|wti!»^:- rr_^: _, '•¦¦ . •::¦ ¦; " J 'Kev._^._lRHowABB, / iK4v_^ _SikoKi._Pi_?_DtsT_. ' AvBiaiouyi ¦" ¦ " • ;: "Sj|'3_Baaf0A*_ntM8 >M.VH. J.H _Hopkws , ,4 j+ _^H;Y _^ Mfxnyt _, _'r di-.geobqsh._jixym* ,Am _ifivbmt.:,, TJ1_IRST _jPHEItIJUM AWARBKB' HV JD ¦ * THE STATE JfAJtetfrO'IT (T Oi *- . . ',;,, FOB THE _BBSjT . . ¦ti' _MiiO_^ ST-OtY _ESr 'A.N.Dv. BLA K;GES , -49_* NO* 246 IjIBBIBTY _SiRB_*^ at _*_be _Tieaa of Wood, P1ttobnrKh.Pl. *Mci»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

s Savannah in Danger. ; Dispatches frbm Augusta and Savannah,1 Ga., render it probable that the capture of the latter place; by the National forces- will1 _; be" soon effected. The dates from there are to Wednesday last, at which time a number of National vessels had passed up behind Little Tybee Island to the North end of Wilmington Island, thereby cutting ' off communication bttween Fort Pulaski and the city. At last accounts six of'them were at WalL's _. Cut'_s, and seven at the head of Wilmington Island, commanding the channel of the river. Two steamers with provisions for Fort Pulaski had been convoyed by TatnalPs " fleet" down the river, but our gunboats opened upon them andcompelled them to return to Savannah. The rebels, boast, howeverthat the Fort is provisioned for six months, and that it cannot be taken by any force which the_, Government can bring against it. All of which remains to be proved. _, '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

JOHN A. _RENSHAW, Family Grocer and Tea Dealer, Takes pleasure in announcing to Iris friends and custom that he has recently removed to the new and spacious w house, Gomel of Liberty and Hand Streets, (Aftw doors above his old stand,) And having largely increased his stock by recent parch now offers to the public the most _extensive and complete sortment to be found in this city, of , CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, Foreign and Domestic Traits, Teas, Spices, _Pickleu and Sauces, Preserved Fruits in great varietyPish. Baira_, Dried Beef, &c, besides an _assortment of Domestic Housekeeping articles; thus constituting a Housekeeper's Emporium, where most all articles that are useful or necessary for the family all may be purchased at reasonable prices. *' . " . . i ' _^/rr ^' _ja_^_WHOLESAiE 'AHBBETAm -Sft ' j i:_l ¦ Catalogues containing an extended list of my stock fiir nished by mail, if, desired. r , . * .. .-;; ¦¦'rJ- " i!! ¦ ¦>' --¦ ¦ _' ¦• ¦ • ' JOHN A.RENSHAW; ; ap7-l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

i.?A_:i vViAIilJABfcE,.. SP_^_QjCKf BOOKS I -**- ,. ' . _^. [ ' , : SELLIlirG OKE1 LOW. ; __ _" . . '" ..,.;• ¦ As ' I purpose to remftve my business " to Philadelphia, iii Hthe _; Spring,-ifewUi_^-BETWEEN STHIS AND THE Isi 01? JttARCH, sell _oflftiny valuable _«tock at reduced prices. It 'consists of Theological and Religions literature,*' Sabbath School Libraries, Sabbat_^ School Mape_^&c, _^ and Standard Miscellaneous Books. It contains many scarce English ' books'lh'sound DiTiriityjmot readily fonrid elsewhere, a,; , >S9" This is an_, excellent chance for Ministers. Students, Theological Colleges,1 Sabbath Schools, and others, to furnish (themselves; with * .. desirable books ' on"nnjisnally low terras. Call and see the-stock. Catalogues will bo mailed free on _f application. 1_;i ' ' u: : _Wl ' S. RBNTOUL_, - i a feb8-4f ¦ No. 20 St. Olair Street,.Pittabnrgh, Pa.,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

_i Soldiers Passed through Philadelphia. The number of tiroops that have traveled over the New York and Philadelphia Railroad, from the commencement; .:of the Rebellion to , the 1st inst., reached the enormous number of 1,55,637; Besides these soldiers, immense freight, trains filled with articles necessary for camp-life'; horses, batteries,; &c., all arrived during -the * period earned. ¦ • " . ¦•: • ' " ¦ ¦' '>>• '¦ ' "''

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

JJARTUPEE & COn COBNXR OF FlBSI AND SHORT SXREBIS, _PMTSEUBOH, Yi.., Manufacturers of Steam Engines, Machinery, and Castings. Also, of STILLS, TANKS, and air ether apparatus for refining Oils. octl9-ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

v_^-lNSTIttlTRELIEFI STOP YOUR COUGH ! PURIFY YOTTB BREATH! _^ TftlNGT HEH YOUR VOICE ! y ^«-f|T HEY (?rRI«HT TO _THi: • " 0"? SPOT" * _CQKFECTK)NS, / " - ABE -4 GOOD _^O_^CLEBi &TMEN, GbdirtfOE'LEiDTURERS, '! "_>fi GOOD FOR' _PUBLIC SPEAKERS , GOOD FOR*_CONSUMPTIVES. ' _j11 , , * •• -J _* . X'_^_GRENTtEME_^C_^RRY 1 , ' _ i i> . !' " ? i LADIES«ARE-_»ELIGHTED WITH : _. ( --- w.m •?/ % 1 ' , > - t 7f 'iu eV-fi _) I s"> - J* ii' _i A ' i. i. » - •? n _„ r » _i ¦ - - 'J J _L 1 „ J . It' • _, %i L' >' :.. -mafl_*.CONFECTIONS. _i . ri • «*i ^^' _irjgixp_^_Ejf _c_^y FOR i- >K>' .O tl ' , -* 1 < _- ' it Til I 1 iiiJ?_t._~SK> 'Hi r 1 "¦" . n_* _* «- ) , 1 .jm io su 'sp_'_Ara_^iK'G-'s s 1 ' '< ;J • 1 1 -1') . it, WROAT _tONCBWlONS_. _Ml'i '_- ' : ...Y_,_uyif < • « ; wm f-o.1 _- They _cleartEeTKrotft. 'i • v 51X3 ' r ill . , f , . « ^*, -o> > - ^*% «_SS?8tr _^n g?x AII _^T _9_VlS\?^the T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

v- i rjotiiK_^_nll»«..l_^iigr. _iSoldiep. -«»i--w * 'it'%£*}_# ST&tY. The ohaplain" came at last to a cot set somewhat by itself outside the wards. Here,, redMnf_^t, lengthy _,wx as a young manf _whbafe mde-ijore_^but_^sli_^it traces of _snfieritfgs ' wlferw-as1(flashed s_#i_*h'a'hue like that of healtlyjbhe eyes were undimmecl,: and only the position of his hands, which were thrown over his head'and'lolfkeA in * was mpain. * Me was _uniisuall y noble in countenance. His br6w was broad ami fair, and the thick-locks that clustered back from the temples curled like the ringlets of a boy. He knew not why, but the chap-Jain experienced an unusual and sudden sympatrhy_«for-th;s _yo_^ngjinaa;, ' struck down in his beauty; still 'He felt that there j was no'inimediatie 1 danger inhiscase? |3 _-' '_^_Howis he wounded ?• he asked of the surgeon j as _uthe -two. approached the bed, -softly. -- ,.¦•—•' .- ¦ ¦ ' ¦ ¦ ¦• ¦ •¦^. -; ¦ ¦ _- ¦ • ¦•¦ ¦ ¦_=¦ ¦ ¦ " In the right _side_^b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

Edgar's _Question aliout Smoking. • A bright boy, named Edgar was trotting along the city street, one day, at his father's side. , .During their walk they' passed a group of smoking boys. The'y were rough little fellows, looking more like candidates for the 'jail, than for useful places in life. Edgar's,father frown*ed as-,henpassed them, and said to his-son : * J • - " Those boys are a 'public nuisance. They ought to be locked up., _^, 1 hope my son willnever be ' like them" , " Why, Tom! " he cried-with much surprise, "Is your old uncle dead, " Andfleftr you_"oash to htiy those hooks "'» That round th« - walls are spread." , f "Oh ' no_^" said Tom; " I bought those'books' '' With what my friends allowed ; _i Had.«yoU'not -smoked away your cash, > 'Yo _^ u might the same .have showed 1"i " 'Why, my Havahnas cos*» • ' But thr6e_£tenc'e every day-! " r • "Just so," said Tom, "you've only smoked <i A library away J " , " Now, reckon up three pence a day For seven l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

JJor % _gmrag A Chicken Story, WHICH TURNED OUT TO BE ABOUT A DUCK. " Susy," said George, " let's go and tell stories." " Well," said Susy. _,So.George and Susy .went,down the garden and through the barn-yard, and climbed up by a rail, fence to the roof of a shed that was built against the West side of the barn. This was the place where they often went _tOn_,teJl'stories. They likqd it because they were sure to be free from interruption, mountejl up so high, and also because it . commanded a very pleasant view. They could see from here the great poultry-yard, and the round _^ pond, that bordered one side a_£ it, and, across the pond, the woods which edged its further Bank. t "What kind of stories shall we' tell?"1 said • Susy,- when they were comfortably Bfiiitp._fl nn th_« _alip._d.' ' " We will tell cbicken stories, replied George, looking down on the clucking, squawking throng in the poultry-yard. " Well," said his sister, " you begin." George looked all round among the c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

Eggs- ' ¦ j~ 'The Egg was held in great! veneration by the Egyptians, sometimes as ' symbolizing the regeneration of ¦ -the-world, and sometimes as an1 emblem'-of the world itself. The ancient Persians regarded1 it in'the latter jpoinfc of view. Orosmasdes, the creative principle of good, after he had called mankind into existence, having mystically inclosed them in an egg; _<and * for the possession of this he maintained an< incessant combat with Dhriman, the " principle nf malevolence or evil. Sir Robert _Ported mentions a feast of ante-Mohammedan origin which-he saw celebrated in Persia at about the period of our Easter. During the rejoicings, it was customary for friends to in- " _terchange presents of eggs, .typical, as it was supposed, both of the creation and the deluge. The mundane jeggiwas- also recognized in Bi-ahminical'theology; and if'it be true that the Hellenic worship of Bacchus was derived from India, we can,, in consequeqee, understand how it was ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

W_^_kS Hc to _thelPHILAPELPHIA Housekeeping . Dry1 GbodsStoij _IIotm places. I_^,C< f^«rfn8io_^ _Sf%*»** f«ncy _^ goods, rr g d uaS-_^_r^», _teethe _^oBtf.v_^ btotaoa _j"*_-*-:. LINm goods, _urLrANNEilS AND' NIUSI-INS, prices. Also, B-_^^^_rKSing _i_^We_^ Huckaback_^ Muslin Cnrtains, _^iu %J_^T_^yf_^h & SON, ' anSft-M' — 'HgRitfk_._STYlJES FOR _^ss«Sai_» nmrio-iv ' _^ ¦ " rv% '& Rf( "R A -H T ' S Effervescent _. dent and agroeaWe J Saline Aperient. ' It may be used with the best effect in . BILIOUS-AND _^BRILE-_^DISEASBS , a La. sinwsK" •_w_*e _* _iimwimm It u in the form of a Powder, carefully put up in bottles, to keep in any climate, and_'merely requires _vrater , poured upon it to prodW»* delightful * ' effervescent _beTeragp% _«.„_„* <_. Nrtnfero*s testimonials _frdm i-profesBronM a_"nd other gen _tlemen of toe highest standing throughout the country, and ite_^diyinci_^in_^popuiarftyfora8eriosofy(_mr8,8teon«- ?_S_?rantee,it8 _effigy and val_^...

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