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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

^rOTICE^-Whereas Letters of Ad-J_\ mini'itration on the Estate of William Kyner, late of Franklin Comity, dee'd, have been granted to the EUbscriber, ro-W'»g) ' n said county. All persona Indebted tqthcsiiid Ertate. are hereby requested to make immediate payment, and thoso having claims or demands against the Estate of said decedeut, will make.known thesame without deUy. toaug.l2 0t A. H.ETl'ER, Adm'r. NOTICE.—^Whereas. Letters of Adininlsti-iitiou nn tho F.stute of Nancy Crawford, liitr of Guillbrd township, dee'd. havo been granted to tho subscriber, residing in said township All persons iixifbtefl to the said Estate, are hereby requested to mnko inimtdiate payment.and those bnving clitims or demnuds ngainst the Estate of Raid- decedent, will innke known the simo without deluy, to . aog. 12 JOHN CR VWFORD. Adm'r. $,eto ^bcttisements T70E EEJJTT—THe OFFICE o.ecu-_£; pied by . Orjr. N. Snively, nest door to Shryock'6 Jjouk Store, is oircred for rpnt. Possession given immefliat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

L ANDEETH'S ¦» AGRICULTCRAT. IMPLEMEMTS AND -SEED WAREHOITSE, 21 and 23 South Sixth street, Philadelphia, David LandRMH k So,t, Proprietors of Oloorasda e, whii-hcoutftiri J nojir fonr honored ^cres. In hiyh lilth. devoted to the production of Garden Seeds, aio now propared to supply Country Slerchantb, Ultigglffts and all others who deal IaScods.-with large or rmoll quiuititit", by tho pound or bushel, and also in papers undo ready lor retailing... ¦ - ¦ Tho Establishment represented by David Landreth & Son,has been fuunded nearly9} of a century. t The wide sprc&d popularity, and ihodeman*d , -f ncrt.'as. ing.from jcar to year, for LANDRETH'S WARHEXTED G A EDEJf SEEDS is evidenco of the high value entertained fcr them b) the public. -' Landreth's Garden Seeds are not only favorably rt' wived throughout the tii.ion. but are shipped to .man) foreign ports. Indeed, it may be stated; with nationni pride that thov come inxoactU-e competition *v ith £n>: lish S...

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Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

¦ The Confessions and Experience of ai\- Invalid.—Published for the benefit, and as a warning and A CAOTION TO YutJKQ MEN who suffer from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay o( Manhood, etc, 6U]-plying at thesamc tlino . ' THE MBANS OF SEtP CURE, £ By one who hm cured himself aft»r lioing put toa greait expettse and injury throngh medical humbug arid quackery. ¦ By enclosing a pbst-paid addre3Bcd envelope, single copies may be had of the author. NATHANIEL MAYF.vIR. ' Ksq, may 20,03 lj Bedford, Kings county. N. Y. Ornamental Iro7i Works.—Wood & Peeot, 1131 Jtidgc Avenue,Philadelphia,Ib.,ofrertor fala . upo ' a tho moat Favorable Terms, New and Btauiiful Designs in gr>'»t variety of IRON RAILINOS for Chnderies, Residences, <£-c, of Wrought ana Cast Iron, and Galvanised Iron and Brass Tubing; Iron Verandahs, Balconies, Stairs, Qiunters, fountains, Gates, Columns, Hitching roslt,Lamp ^tandtj Vases, Tables. Haver ktunds, Sofas, Chairs, Statuary, Animals, ond nil o...

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Id=177 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

ffeadiwrtfrt, Provost Marshal, ) WrA District, Pennsylvania, y Ctmnibersburg, August 10,1863. J tithe fourth;: special ex-I KMPTION crcotod Cy Scetion 2d ot the Act of CoiTsreSB passed March 3,1863, reads as follows: Wberethereare twuor raore'Bons of aged 01 infinu par«ntssnbjoct to draft. the&thrrjpTifhe be dead,thu mother, m»yelect,whii;li son shall bb exempt. . ' ¦ Notice is hereby ffiv«n that the fllcctiun in this am* mutt be made before tin- draft To defer It until iijhr will be to losetherigiit i.f eiectlon. . Persons chtimiugii-it'iiiptiononsnch ocoro should lost no time*In filing tho nniuisito affidavit^at these lie»Jqu lrtereor with thv D«,<nty Provust Klnrshal of rhalr resp.ective'coan'ties. BUuk fmns , m»y be outalneil at thlsor either of the iirnnchofSccs. The following Is 1 n form: ¦ ' . . •¦ ' .'•.'.-.. K.iUM£6^ • CertyiCGteo f a Partit Iki« henr sfa desires dmnf his nr - '' ' ln?.;'Wtexetnpted-'i ' ^ I, therabxcrlber c ' hc 'athor(ormother) of....-.,....

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Id=185 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

QAPONIFIER . or CONOES^TSATEO LYE£ THE FAMILY SOAP. MAKER. ;J Tho pnblio are cautioned ' . against .the SPTJRIOJJS article of LYE for mallng SOAPj i' o^n' '" offered for solo. The only GENUINE and PATENTED Lye fs that made by the PENNSYLVANIA ^ SAIiT SIANUFAOTn-UINO COMPANY; their trade-fedrS foi it being " sk-J-ONIFIEB OR CONOENTlUfBn T -YS."lbe grtot 8UCCES3ortbis article has led tsPRINCIPLED PiBTIES to endeavor, to IMITAXE It, in violation of tho Company's PAMNTS. •.'•-.;. ¦ * All MANUFACTURERS,BVYEBSj o> SEZ.l,BB8i> .these SPURIOUS Lyes, ire hereby NOTIFIED that tto COMPART havo employed as their ATTORNEYS, ' " GEO. HARDING, Esq. pf PXtiad'a, and, WM. BAKEWELL, Esq./o/ Pitt&urg.J - And that all'MANUFACTURERS , USSRSatSMLZt ERS of Lye,in violation of the rights of the CompW» will teiPROSECUTED at once. - The TUPONIFIER, or CONCENTRATED LYB, la for sale by all Druggists, Grocers and Country Store*. TAKE NOTICE! Tho TJhitkd States CiBCori Cooet, Wester...

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Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

Jiety fflivvcHstmtnts. SOA EEWAED.—Stolen fronTi^ (J\S pasture field of tho suliscriber, on Monday uinlii itti! ad Inst.. near Quincy, a large henvy sot BAY HiJHbL; with black mam and tail. The nbuve reward will be paid for any Infmmnlion leading to the recovery of the ahove described Lorso by ang.l2-tf JOUV M1PD0WER. STEAY . CATTLE.—Game to the pi-emiaes of the subscriber. In Green township, nbout lUolntter port of June, 5hwtdof young cattio—J steers and 3 hoiferB -Tho owner is requested to prove property, pay charges and tiike them aw:iy. or they will be dealt with according to law. 8AMU15L QARYliR AugI2,3-t - . /IHAMBEBSBUEGr YOUNG LA-\J' DIES' SEMINARY.—The Ml Session c| 1363 will begin September 8th. I'he terms will bo the same as heretofore. & reduction of one-third -will bo inade In tho charge for boardingwhere the pupil is in attendance from Monday to Filday. Forrartherparticulare.apply tooug 12-St Rov. HENRY REEVES, A, M. Principal. KM HEAD 'OF SHEEP LOST.— fj\J...

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Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

... For tlio Franklin Repository. v" FOK ASSEMBLY. "We have seen in yonr late papers the names df several good men, presented to tjie consid eration of the loyal people? of Franklin county for the different offices to be filled jat our°next Convention. " I j Allow 1 us to present the name of WviS. Everett, Esq., as the popular, choice of tjie loyal- people of the Northern districts jof Franklin county for Assemblyman- f " ifr. E. is fresh from the ranks of -t|fe piople, never haying held a political office. He is a man of good character, and fine abilities, and would undoubtedly be g good choice for tho responsible position, at this time.-, , H<S is a good campaigner, and if nominated, will aicTgrently to strengthen the Union ticket, at least in this part of the county. ¦ j ' Spring Run, Aug. 7,18G8; Union! • Col. BnAMLETTE, the newly elected Gpvernoroi Kentucky, openly sustained the President' s emancipation proclamation during the recSnt canvass in that State. His opp...

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Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

, The Richmond clergymen'appear to have taken to preaching politics. Among the "Sabbath Notices" in last Saturday's Dispatch is the following: "The fourth serieB of interesting discourses will be delivered on Sunday morning at Bethel Meeting House, 25th street, • Union Hill. Subject: The Northern States of America the most likely location of 'the Lake of Firs and Brimstone' in the which the Beast and False Prophet ¦will be tortured." . ¦ There should ba no encouragement given, in or out of the army, to the idea that the fact of being conscri pted attaches a stigma to the conscript. The soldiers of Napoleon were conscripts, and .they bore the French eagles jfrom Cadiz to Moscow, and from the Baltic to the Pyramids. And our conscripts from the Eastern States have already fought bravely in this war. On the receipt of the news in England of the rebel reverees in Pennsylvania and on the Mississippi, thXrebeHcan declined eighteen and twenty-five per.cenV. Parliament had been prorogu...

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Id=179 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

^ ^tms anxr ^toCm, : TTjiORTY DOLLARS BEWA-ED^—" Stolen, from the pasture field of the subscriber, on the Riddle Farm, about a mile and a half North of Chambersburg, on Monday night, tho 13th InstantA DABK KOAN MARE, five years old, medium size, ond' has two lumps on the withers. A reward of $40 will bo paid for the return of the mare in good coniiftion. ; jnly 23, '63.-tf , v SAMPEL BTJRN8. ESTRAY.—Came to $he residence of thosnbscriber, 2 miles sooth of Chamberebarg, buiween the Waynesboro' and Greescastleroad, 20 bead of Sheep and i Lambs, all of, which are marked with the letter _N. The owner cen havei sheep by fully identefying (he same and paying charges; July 29, '03 St. .WH.VONDEROW; BOY LOST.—Joseph. Iches,-a lad about 12 years of age, loit the ' residence of his rotnee in Southampton township, about the4th of Jaly. Any person having Informatlbij respecting his wheteabontsywill confer a special favor toils bereaved parents by leaving word at, or addressing this office' ...

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Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

DIED On the 6th mst., m this place. Dr. Jekeemiah Sensent, in the'75th year of his agel On the 4th inst., in Green township, Ida Ellen, only daughter of Adam and Leah Delhi, aged 4 month? and 22 days. On the 2dinst., in Merc«rsburg,Mr. Jons Dorrance, aged 71 years; a consistent member of the Presbyterian Church of that place for forty-six years, and a' Ruling Elder for almost thirty yea$s. -On the 26th ult., naar Middleburg, Daniel, infant son of Isaac and Susie Shank, aged 3 months and -1T days. On the Gth inst.. Maboaret Reed, infant daughter of David and Sarah Giilan, aged 2 years. " 'On the 5th ult.,in Guilford township, Miss Ass jAXEHEPFEB, ' a!*ed24years,5 months and 30 days. ' - ' . • On the 6th inst., in the vicinity of Fayetteville, Mrs. Nancy Beookens, aged 45 years, 10 months and 2 days. On the 7th inst, in St. Thomas, Sarah Lquisa Sackman, ;ged 2 years, 3 months and II days. ' - r v ,' ' ' On the 29th ult., in the same place, Mrs. Sarah Mii-lee, aged 58 years, 3 ...

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Id=142 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

Editor of Repository—Dear Sir: ' "With our permission I wish to say to tho readers of jour paper that I will send by return mail to all who wish it, (free) a Recipe, with fall directions for making and using a simple Vegetable Bijtlm, that-will effectually remove, in 10 minutes, Pimples, Blotches, Tan, Freckles, and all Impurities of the Skin, leaving the same soft clear, Etnooth and beautiful. I will also mail freo to thoso havlne Bald Heads ot Bare Faces, simple directions and information that will onaBle them to " start a full growth of Luxuriant Hair, Whiskers, or a Moustieho, iq less than 30 days. All applications answered by return mail without charge. ¦ - . Respectfully yours , TH0S.F. CHAPMAN, v Chemist, july22'63-3m. / Ko. 831 Broadway, New York. To the Young or Old, Male or Female.— If yon have beensaffenng from a habit indulged in bv the TOVTB OF^BOTU SEXES, WHICH CAUSE? SO HANS ALiBarXQ 8TPKI0MS, It unfit* tliem for Marriage, 1 And iB the greatest evil wnich can befa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

REPORT OF THE MARKETS ^PBICE CDKBE.NT OF . BTSTBBJs BEO'S. COBRECTBD VmXKX^f CH-AXBERSBUROAug. 11,1»t3. Better. r. 10 Washed Wool 45 E«us Ii) Wsv&SBtSD- Wool ' 30 Lard ; S Clovbb Sk>:d , 4 U0 Titxow 8 Tihotht Skcd 2 00 Soap 4 to 6 Klax Sbsd 2 00 liACON UaMS :. 12 PlBTO PXACHES...: 3 00 Bacos Sices ;..... 7 Dspaosb Peaches 1 50 Sovp Bsaxb * 1 5& Beieo Apples.... 1 00 CHAMBERS^ URG FLO UK AND G&An MARKET. CORBECJTED AT CHAMBER8BTJRG MILLS. Tlour—.White $7 00 Klonr—Ued........^ 6 50 Wheat-White.. . ... 1 15 Wheat—Red if 10 Bye-—» • : .- '85 Curn 1 80 Potato market. Mercer, New „ ,' b 50 Pink-Eyes - 50

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Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

PJnladelpbia Markets. Philadelphia, Aug. }0,1863. FLora—Sales comprise about 1000 bbls. x family privateterms; 800bMs?VBestorndo-at S6.2o@6.50 ^> bbl, 300 bhls fancy at $8.50. The retailers and bakers are buying moderately at from $5.37$@o.62£ for superfine, and $5.50©6 for extra ; $6.25@(i.75 for extra family, and $7@8.50 ^ bbl for fancy brands. Rye Flour is scarce at $i.75@o ?$ b.bll—Corn Meal is held at $4.20 for Brandywine, and $4 "'a. | Grain—There is no more wheat offering; about 3000 bush old red sold at $1.88®1.40, and 1000 bush new at §1.25@1.82; white Tangos at $1.40@1.60 ^ bugh—the, latter for choice Kentucky. Rye issellihg at$l(5)l.O5 ^ bush. Corn is scarce and in demand with small sales of prime yellow at 78c, and Western mixed at 76@77e ^ hush. Oats are unchanged"at 7O@,72c for old ' Penn"a; 35U0 bush new Delaware sold 6U@65c ^ wei ght. "Whisky is quiet; bbls are selling at 47c'; hhds 46c, and drudge 45c "$ gallon.

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Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

. Bragg 'appears to be troubled in the tiatfer of supplies. A Macon paper announces that over one hundred teams are engaged in hauling corn and supplies from the extreme southwest part of Georgia to *the interior UneB of railway, along which they are transported to his army. " Should these railways happen to be cut by our adventurous cavalry Bragg would no doubt becdmpellcd to abandon.entirely the region about Chattanooga, and retire stiirfaxfcher toward the seabo'ard. .. -—s—-MIIUil Ml TheFulj(on ~ (Miasouri) Telegraph spates that a petition is being circulated in. the southwestern part of the. State, by Edwin Price} asking the.President to permit .-Ster ling Price to return to Missouri. It- is paid he is penitent, and desires to abandon! the rebel cause, come home l and spend the, re-^ mainder of his dayB in peace. !

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Id=178 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

LIST OP IhETTEKS remaining in the Port Offlce .it Chumbersburg. Aug^.11, 1865: Ashbnrn Marcelus Dai uor Thomas^ Nnslet James Anderson Nathan Kronti Jacob M 2 Nicholas David Benntt-D. A 3 tluitti Barbara . Orm Jonah H , Dreigh Mrs Susan Huns \fison- fre John BrinkerhufTH 8' Hnrtn Adam Ott .MrsCatharine Berry Josephs llayviird William I ntt«r«on Thomas Bearer Ifavid ' Jaiien MreCatlirie I'"it«r ilitclitl Bork Miss-Slargt Sohn?i>n John'C - llvusniT ft Ucr^er Bitner Charles Kialer Isnac J, :¦ hvei Tbtmiis ¦ BorkbeadIsaac Ktmfumn John ¦ miilillisEllenOS Balr Ephraim 1-cltni-vl' onny - Smyth MrsMaryJ Bixler Moaes W KBlniMieBJUartha Stuver MissSittuli Brown Charles Luird Stewart' Sochrist Adrahm Brown-JfrarcisH Lochli.Uim Wm. Soailor Jacob Jf BrnjeGeoruoa Slurphy Wra D 3 Sibbit U 8 Conner WilSiam Millei John II Steles Samual Clark Miss If ollie JK ore l!ev Wm E Sh.iyn John :-Caiman William Moorr Wm O ¦ Stoddard J ChampionHenryK Mtirlait Thomas Stewart Ii J ¦ Cooper Wlliidm M.Cov J...

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Id=141 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

Prevention of Incrustation in Steam Boila- ' i.—WI.NA.NS'ANTI-IIjCKPiJTATlON POWDER jilj MOVES AND PIIKVEXJS THE DEPOSIT OP SCALE, AND WITHOUT INOCIty TOTHK IKON. Sevik Yeabs IS UfcE. i Keferences in all parts of tho conntry, viz: AJbany Gns Co.; Eaton, Gilbert 4-?Co , and others, Troy; Sjraense, Rochester, Auburn, ! 4c, £c; John Gibson 4 0o., Phelps, Charles Ensign, John R. Kvans & Co., Jewett & Root, and others, Buffalo: Cleveland, ColumbuS", Ranesvill<3,£c, ' .S:c.; Geo.Shiuld. Miles Greenwood, Mitchell & Rnmmelsbnrgi and 40 others fa Cincinnati; and-thronghout tho West; Indianopolis, Dayton, Terro Haato, l/> ganTpott, Chicago. Springfield, St Lonis, St. Paul, Sc, ic.,&c. Cost about 40 to 60cents per week; For Circular, address H.N, WINANS, 11WaixSt.,NswYork. P.O.Box Ko. 6. . ' 0ulj22, I GMm.

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Id=172 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

riHAMBEESBUEG ACADEMY. \J - REMITTED AND REORGANIZED Will open Its fill term Jon Monday, SpptomberTth. Large additions have been raido to Its already extensive apparatus, a full nud efficient corps of teachers have been employed aud no pains or oxpeneoBpared to rentier oum one of the first;institutions of learning in tho country. PnrticnlHr attentiou paid to Teachers and young men preparing for College. A Primary DcptiHmont forlittia Boys and Girls will be openedin th» Acade.ny undercharge of Miss Schivoly, In which tho eUmenta uf Spelling, Reading,. Writing, Arltbinetic.Geiigraphyand Granmar wi:l be thoroughly tnaght. Tuition in this department, $3 per quarter. 1'orfurtherpirticularssondfor circular or apply to this Principal. FACULTY. J. B. Kisnit, Principal. -, -. A.OvEnnELD, A. B., Latin^and II.English. A M.Trimmer,Commercial-Department. . Miss R.U.Siivo-t, .Music, Drawing and Principal of Primary Department. ChwnberstiurK, nug. 12, '63.-

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Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

MEDICAL ASSISTANCE Is secured to all wha suffer pnin, by tlio use of R ADWAT'S READY RELIEF., tye moment it is spi>U«l externally,or a teaspoonful In a wine glass ol water taken internally, the mcfti sorore pains ccabe. In At* tacksolHEAD-ACSE, TOOTB-tfCHt: , Bl-AJtRJHE/ PAlJSf IN TBEBQVrhtS or Xhcumalism, Rturatgia, SoreThndi, or any affection where pn in is experienced, reliet in I-etantly afforded. Its continued use will rapidly cure the disease. A TRUE DISCOVERY, DISCOVERED AT LAST. ANE1CTRA ORDIXARJ MEDICINE. For the core, of Scrofula, Fovor Sores Ulcers, Sore Head, Bad Legs, and all skin diseases. Dr. Hallway's Cleansing Syrup, called Heno-rating Resolvent is superior to nil EareapftYillatn use. One to six boUU-s will enre the wor*t ca?e&. Dose, on); a dessert spoonful three tiinos por day. Fors- lo in CliimbersJrarg by JIilixb 4 IIensuet. ¦

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Id=176 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

&eto Etjbett&emenft person claiming exemption,nn(i the requirements GpecltiodintheregulatUimaretobe'sdheredto. TheJbWn ' fc ^ace in tie certiLcate tb indicate the age of the p«r« sonls to b© filled as tolluws: - : . • -, That I am •¦ tmiEE twesti" y cars of age. Thatliua"over.thibty mz" -yifara«of-age. "isi> MAEB1KD." " v - That Ism" ovsa rosTr-RVB" years of age according tothe farts !n the case. -' " •' '. ' I , No«2.—Incase the certificateits not signed by the parents, tho fact of ago must "ha certified to by two respectable persons (bi-ads of familtes)Tesident in the same town, connty, or diftriet with tbe person for whom exemption Is claimed, ant the requirements ot paragruh 81, Eegnlations, &c, must be compiled with. GEO. EtSTErt '" Pro. Mar. and 1'rest. < f Board of Enrollment. JOnSJT.'M'ILHKST Commi. -sioncr of Board of Enrollment. R.B.SKISd, ' Surgeon of Board of Enrollment. auit.lS.2t . .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

Madame Porter's Curative Balsam has long tested the truth thaVthefe aro 6rst principles in Medicine as there is in sSieuce, and this Medicine is compounded on principles suited to the manifold natnro of Man! Thocnron^Oolds iB In keeping opon tho pores, and creating a gonWe'iuternnl warmth, and this is caus. edby the use of thiji Medicine. Its remedial qualities are based on its power to assist the healthy nnd_ -vigorous circulation of bfnod through the longs, it enlivens the muscles and assists the skin to pet form its duties of regulating theheat of the system, and in gently throwingpolT the waste sulistancc from t ho surface of the body. It {snot a violent remodv, but emollient, warming, searching and effectivd. Sold by oil druggist at 13s and 25 cents per bottlo. ' Only 22. ¦

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