Cottrell Scrapbook, 1895

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Title:
Cottrell Scrapbook, 1895
Series Title:
Joseph Benson Cottrell Diaries
Physical Description:
Mixed Material
Creator:
Cottrell, Reverend Joseph Benson (1829-1895)
Publication Date:

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Methodism
Bowling Green (Ky.)
Genre:
Diaries
Spatial Coverage:
North America -- United States -- Kentucky -- Warren -- Bowling Green

Notes

Abstract:
Cottrell, Joseph Benson (1829-1895) was minister at First Methodist Church, Pensacola, in 1854 and 1855, the start of a long career as a noted Methodist preacher and writer. He was born in South Carolina and educated at the Citadel, Charleston. After teaching in Alabama, he entered the ministry. Following the death of his first wife, he married a widow, Caroline Duncan. The couple's children included Joseph's son by his first marriage, Caroline's son, and their children beginning with Joseph Benson, Jr., born October 14, 1854. Following two years in Pensacola, Cottrell went on to head churches in Bowling Green and Franklin, Kentucky, among other positions.
General Note:
Many of the letters in this collection are from Joseph B. Cottrell to his son Charles, a noted photographer of Pensacola. Others are letters from family in Florida writing back to Joseph. The scrapbooks are primarily printed clippings of Cottrell's published sermons, writings, and appearances. His diary covers his two years in Pensacola, with later sporadic entries for years all the way up to 1892.

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University of Florida
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loere thi energyt4 el co n s.rt e r6 int
-s.-esta itwol equal rht, odcdb
h~ o busio of 1184ta fso
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tot setvein, -years-, iptet invest
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-7 1785, wen a, resotodws
pase by, Congress which ,pro
"videtd, thal t hudb h un I
Of m~oneyo the United Sate6.
Another reslut I s passe
in1785, Augt idig thart
it should 4eigh 375.64 graip8 of
_pure.-silver The minit was les-
tablished in 17!92,' Ind was. then
rquired 'to coi n silvrdolr
cntainipg "71.25.grains of pure
sle.This. was, due, to the in A
funeof Alex~an'der I am'Ilto
No dlars were, coie unl
.1794, and ten irregular. Te
-are Woh now. 100: each.in
~-4

1,794 the coinage'of regular d4l
lars -began., Our, coin was, anh'
aapato of the Sp anish Milled
dolr a, coin, very r ula
wherever Spaniards trayled.
The, coinwacalled "pigsr,"b i
meaniang a fa, pieceof. met al;it
sm




isynonymoaus with: pI-sterI
Is. ,poe& that, the -Spaniards
a~a





took the German. "thaler", and
called it by, the name o, "pias,-
ter.1 Te, wod dolla"i
fenre in, Bailey's Egls DIc
tionar o 1745;:, 4n was use
repift-edly by ,,-Shakspeare atte
begin ning, of h seveniteeixth
_AL century es~p,,ciayinMceh
-t ry, in,~
0-a Macb








ii, 2, 62: -il she: disbursed
*8,0,00to our. general
-use., e: ei









usea (Seaso the Tempe~st
ii ,,7.) The queto whry
'Shakspeare fudthe word'
'-"dollar" i*% nswerd b y the fat
that th Han se towns an
tained agetesta~bliment
called'the.Stee Yard" in London:.
TIhe. Steel' Ya-rd i&e-rchnswr
motY Noth rm an, who
woId: all the -German thler- as,
i't was, spelt, dah-l1er." Th.
ae lechant-s ocsondt
Word "sterfi.g, -an abrevia
a. br -1















tonof' the 'word" 16s-terIng."
As` te H anse-ati w
t-icularly- b'risk- -on the Baltic ] i 4lt
in usi, the 4tandard.ci'e
`6I
1 thiil t 6 ,T,

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1r

the E ordh fo thl8r' teanist
an a e ose to,
ourl- prsntA ericn anve dolA
larsbl., The word tae"d me1 n
"comng fom adleor valleis



e fir8t dor having been
cined in a Bohmanvaley
ofawhi-c FoaRchimsthal.It 14,8



nder 4hle ., th peror
f erny King of Spain and
d of Spanish AI-eric
the GermT thaler becwam the
coin of e wo d-The Finano-
the' first dollarisin Result bfteen

The powr w4 thve oEMwerghng




str isoioudutoe of the most
Ofurpriany, Keult of the h a ancden





'L 'of Si ncestht oendeed that
te"os Gpacqainted with the the
cpe cesta 1mechanics ost hesi-
'oi of m tre etraodinary, ag intan -




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-The ae uirsuimaed that the dy



miet e p a &f-roieng a
-ste pt to g a e of the mectho
emplroyed i [pacqinte- wit knowedge,,~rn
"of theC mag fituechand te mssso
CC 'srs.S





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eo i tA

roA If the eTrtl wer e tiordi-amea
-dd





j;, o e ai r e. t nieise
samp vol it ould, dra odiey
toad Com -whc ecwhd- nobe" l fivnnmbro
re In mh fiA0rti asecondWes "ftom, deter
Mf r do Alf, aimes mthat numb ero
feetin -tat ecnd. id in if thoc.e
dihfo Aryn he its Soue ha
assof he td, i ino atrc

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-p-s
W 3
.wig 60'oundsge;rOuld, g
10)000 o`1 the' W m asur
weight16 q,-astar by te neni
ta tti actipg fb t g ROCfqt
to Ith sialsqe's'sfol, l applIca-.
tion, to th6- f all: of bodies- this attraoj'
tion would 'be hard to verf; tw
can, determine it by' the vebloit ''o f 9
sat 11ite, gravitating around a- stafl
*hbse asi we~ wish'td know.
F0o ang pe, t1 t a eration ofl t6
qx rai
earh power of curvingt
straight linle which- would 'be fololoed,'
by, the' oonin Space if this atraction
did not,Zexist, and it bends the line -b'
It S"attracion -in such a wvay that the
.:moo_1Yriuns, round the, circ'umferelice olf
a irh-ntwenty-seven,,.days seven.,
hours and forty-threemiue.Ith
Iinase o th 4bh r
increis h pi b f he "moon J6
1It -,1'1%bt vo'ul d also be -augmnente ; ji
the- rs shouldlie diminished, thie'sl
rd ffe~ot on the #iobn's orbit would4
jv:--r u'Ocd Attralotiofi variles In te
raio.n .of Th se.Th. e
loc ty"" of 'hmo arund theat
comes from- the same f orce as- the- e'arth.,T
4 pr~a hehand _Nhich cause
the inoon0i to turn in -the sling' If the
eayh bic moe foremore . engyV
thni elyha, A'wol cause the
monto turn` more swif tly, an aVice'
fer A. lIfthe sun should incre'ase 'An
weig~ht'_thb. eath and, oth er planets.
wo6l tuirn mo~re rapdl around t
and years would de-crease 'n- le~n gth.
Ithmas ofte su hul ecre-ase,:
he boutrary results -ol ae plae
By comparin -h cio fte earth
o1 the moron, .we have f"ound tha th
sn is 32400@ time koreoefu
more hvy. t-han:'Ahe ath-Prf
P aul A :T Ow n
:a~ k











>TA I p V T.







s17 0!4
.,macdem 140
l des used
Fi st ca-st-iton 0144
fhchesm made 1:8-9
Sumnames used, 1162
Fiist new'spaper.1494.,
Coa 'ed as 3lfl84-
-Lea pcncis used9
'Windiow ,klasts ised,69
:Firs4t, gold c oi t '6'
-Tob~acco, introd3

Si tea r .
'~postage s s j84,0. ..


irst I11uminat~n a n.gas 1792-)
tic htinvented 84
Iofond'in Ame-ric S.
Ffrst, insurance, marine,3.
Fs wh'eeled carriages 1 59-
'is' Amrican expres -S 1
Usl notes.in-trod uced 3
cea~sed to be -spokn 58o.
etr nslated into S "In 637n
-4o.Nv der used yCiee8

ranslated Ct Gtc872.
'Photg Iph fir st prouce f80.
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manci~ pp u'i~ ramation 6
Pa.i n ca&eby. Chihese B,. C. 20
Ble tA
I'M r ns. ate4 i.h t 4,,t 11sh'4,,,
44 ~
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-nte bytevsilte aeil
the tempora. J. cripion o
egyetousneXs: onLie who 21. u 0 S
tReadur e' for rses,-,sh 3"45-o1es, for
out -I t i f a deription t





ppstoton th wt clism ofI
Gotd byo theismible the _matria,'
ah ~ m oa. description11 of siiul fll,9tet
ehowun ess fu, one. 0or vrPu
ea n Theii desr i -p





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lnds asn ae n
d elf in, h cif t d






ao full. H 'ae fochre iief with-bi "


ric toadhmelpo o
dd ae omthig enogh in may en o
-ato a at. f a eaed.cn
sc siienc to meet in artte e .I
Go&imnt Sa1 D nd lanana sti
Stre





alex respectilityin mater ",f be 25 19

hreartw, hew s cle eiri ou: -5n

atnd :andicin all aifes rInh tohe
gar men ase are" iarf 1o
antiqua' abouihemiselv. The
thle e ..i n l i
ent isshor l'- *,b
Tour!



waid. God.,' N e
n.::, tail.' Dozen
ma Pehaps ,sa, J w,



..t7











h e gepfi al-enslavng po er e E
Me


bega t, le
Bed hg iw tevl rg i-ed t,




And, 6i d elgseere e o1d
~t




Crhatg guies sth lio of dust ofdis e.



T
lie tru tf ness of thp eIro -
sition advanoe,, a ned it 'old., n
r thouigts of the te may be n madefo
oo hbrify shown thus Olson n
e Q A ly t to the govern- fail toncure
das aents norld, atd youafndI
And, Takehelsalarie orfI Eur-
a. .o n h A .f e w ..ar.
'The thy stood as flow: The
'Ap











EmeoA a Rus oa, $8,250,000
DR. U the -of t ke.. 6 m,000,000;
Napolni Q$I. $5000,000, Em-g
s e Auria, $4a00 c000; IL
King of shrwnssa $,000,00 V U-
hrun' 240000; bel
of Si, 1 Q80000 Leppod I
P 1 Befi n 0c0u Pr4nt






P Grant, of dthe world Statesn re-
evd $25000, ora s~alar of
Ss0 da. The salaries of
ne uiir, f e y allr







ou ho ies oftrust, r lavishl
mintnedby the g nmen.
becan not a a w t
OLC off erpace
ethe ot o 6 000 h0 s0
are inIda o nytet I AL;

_Carr, coft Ausria', Brita $15,0.-lt n sral








Oe 0 P ssida, al 000nt 00Lie-
to ;- 'm nuelj;B,










DR akrE aih Bur00 000, Chibela. enres n
0 4~









fe Sprao sthe0llie-'engthan
$400,000 $000, L 000.tissi ha7te wl s
Prrsne ient
all the Uarti mre Sthan re-













then dolary day no neol mtion
f i aculat f rpry "
ou ffcs o- rs,, ar'lvih
: U y EN":r
maintaind'by thegovernm
Nl nL:?-t~rf ~ Pa-
not e rate -: iF~BB~:
fo ',WAI"
space.
OSrt
-.ae h c 0 ) The



katy

ars,~n J~ a r6 n ytwe
st. Grea
arS, o iain$1959-, ad s ea





illionli even hundred millhon i
Aollars. The Revolutionary ar
08st A.merca $350,000,60 the .
war with Great Britain in 1812i
$120,0900000; the Florida War
A sent in its bill for $40,000,000; R
A the Mexica War for $300,000, ate. $1o $
00 0. From January 1, 1839 to 2-62
March 3. 1843 thp war exenses
of this gov rnment were $153, 50 3' 3
1, or e illions more 25 1 2
thanJall the civil expenses of the
Al ovprnment from 1789 to 18 25
Am te durig the late Civi
Sar is safely puit down at two 25
b'llion9five hundred million dol- iba 50 4 00
lars, while the sums paid to sol-
dfers and their families, together 50 4 00
ith-other incidentas, according ..i oo 8
orace G'reeley's estimate,
otints to three. billion dollars,
s total. I can ot he
Anak' ihto e dtals of our Ind
_Wa. 'S uflice it, to say that dlur-
r.dig los 25 200
In ng the fillst half .of this century 5 20
they o us $400,0 00,000,,ewhile.
Pai for the, sam:e time only
A nhe
A 00000 to edute them one-
Ang 6 of t he war expense.Oe .Io so
A o TIar :to b le ss, 6ifty dollars to
ohle2,s il os





yea th e, ra otPrusi50
''urs&. pto ate o










n bii dtlas and Fr-anei
urbilour- gollarwhleth



esruto tin Prs alone whn
f or ev8r,0In ,0an.kAlle and







n00 ,0 A 25 12


a thoyeards 'siof dolars or a
!"one 'billion dollars, andFry ance 1 00 7 5
f-buril nied eueytewrdi 5 20
Mch ~ r soad ielof,_ wn hen
kigdm ,,c fSatanr e.n can





a,'_na ear anrr we it5 1io 75f
?~3', 50
6gl'.un'Aatcoss r0m t
~~e1 0~
ea e



_'C6,l, O -,u I a i *.y''On s Tassio
,r ath s o e,








Jfgch box lo eeey i tir h ama
ce ig~tIc O ue en pe p Ecb
Bt T TEfe a 'for b 4 W:cholbou esthe
wing: SPfeveryn Sadtal, of U: eve
a the eove the hol ea a oh l I
F itr ricst










tradeis aso ( eptt versce will uth d g utupi
$20 e'-.t b gt hav, a





C l ial )e e ery ftowni n n- perfectlp





itedi 1, tue j~ or t e uo"
do ii s ineveyta
Acnole VaWil ov-er, the hol eaWrth I 1e i



c rc c All wiiiothe prot







Sage eemlgto uf. the gopel aKS, h o
p~poft h u agetle







od; opa prR~br O ig reOipat z C opmulas
eoat itO m~r.Sabt toraag-l., lo
Pnh chym e T id tonalaepD



"dow'Itade, t qune
d 1e ih hm t oh e er o
.. .. C In twet hIul liedh' bro d hru er
l e c a e he a',m e i
chuzesmov rchl offecringto toea hen. r
aac d, m Ki lln





which com le d ver.wYcatok aN E box'
o es tie a men p f h sec wou-a e A.
restir ie o vciou Df Sd al-




amutegets. AllamusemIYt
-woo pre he ot iful.sThe popul ibK S






f~lA, ,whcf.







amiemnsof th nagueusal
e pd p inaote c
who- not unfrequenly in thean
hiurse : of A, oeae n quande
iti motion, whiexatth sa e imn
t he huch f o ,.oh n u
mang Star ignre andnrepuai
A. C inthe,, doun, ti tim 0 hr c ar e im
the c 6 h of New Yor e ''lfor

Forvid pro'leese oit fcth
cmm d,, voinctei thir tier.
trd isaae o epee ti d 'tier fpom up ii
deoae ti hei trfP4,I'e,S dl' sn of the.a, c Ste r Cyap
sours-aof iiu i, 4ied andp
The Kare heeh t seeech a-
'Y in filli
,`every Capsule,
L'o- (2 8e C"Ad- veificatbn.* N l-, p perfectly ~
ail in ~
y cl t ti e-'w a en p a r si j I
Unoiitd'heW~d.s,
yor tr miR i ':fviio' a d e o-lai i gaDrg if;
(three tores)
All--A use
7amu-sments.Wen,

AMEV -Topu


'nye-p frm la

am ad t ,ho ar, trnze'
-osi
su.`tain nu &h t ektrava

TO."904t Wa,
"'"r"":"Il''':s.'by-, ffi enr 'nd- wom en-, C PIl~i.i~,!
who''", nt -, nfreuenty in the,

thdsan pesin- m MP
the ~drc, Trm;''Go, and bti




wete r~ented. at $5,000 'p r dann
and the Toceipts at the ofi c r ee
nearny $2,000 nightly ne of
t h e o l d t h e a t r e s no w e x t i n c t ,, r' T
ed $800,000 in seven years.
This shows that time ad money Reta.o
and character are not squandered
Arno in brothels, pafbiling hells and... $1 00
lottery offices alon. '[in six <
p the many theatres in New,
York City, and in two laces of'.. 1 60
occasional theatricals, and in one
circus, there are from ne to two.
hufndred persons emiployed in.g
e ach. The Bowery pays $1,000... 25 1 7
to, one paper for Advertising be-
sid e' hand-bills, cards aind post-
Athi ers, amounting t5 everathou- 5
sand more. Hard timesin o
deed' Writes, a correspondent;
'the theatres were full last ht5
to.overflowing, and it is reliably
stated ,that their receipts aver- r.
agod about $1,50V.' These four
Austi.theatres Peceive4d doubtless,, not 50 3 50
less than $1,Q00Q,00 annual and,
Aus all the theatres in.New York not 25 1 85
Ayer less thn two million. This is ?o 7
the prin ely income required to
Mee corre pondingly pi,
e itures of thse places, 25 1:60
ndgiv me idea at least,, Of
h ee nsuiv~eness of amusements.. 00 75
The Inote&ad ct', r'Keo used to' 1 00
e paid'20 night at the Drury
'Lane ;Th'eatre. Teatrat.I W1,
the Park Theatre were pa idfro m
$80 A4 1,00 a -week. Prof Bron-
son was, off ereld J10000 a week.j
He agreedato accept if the Ais
ion.,.,n an& the profanity -of 'the
stagedcould be r ve -and the
yiisaices, could e ken y.
But, as tbqtL coul'd not -b6 doj4,e
he' refused.
Furthermore, to Show how
willi~ng 'th~e world, is.,to p'ay` for
fnfor selfish, sinful, anad most
Sfrequtiently for immoral fun-it'IS
reliably stated that a 1tali
ned709000,for, a sin
,glq-1 eason, an az.a: nbleman a
been- kn3ovn. to pav y.$;5,00 a yar




wa1sl 00HglL 0Usan aoilars- au
allthe expenses of heriself aKd
7 ~her ,.father paid- -and /a, carriage
always at, her: comimand.' An-
other writer gives an aggregate
S of the- annual., cost of public
'R amusemen New York City a
$8,000,000 and.1he muto n
toxicatingi, soldat 10,O
d inking-pac1 $20,000,000,
orApluin tmead .labor
J s ed, and capal involv
the traffil, not less than $5.0QQ 80,-
000-- -
You can see,.at iaglanpe tlia
I pm ly4ouching theturface
afli re Wvi., Wha'ti I have
ORATIVE ASSI 1ai&- pertaine chiefly 0o a Single idiges-
'a Dyhsoed 7isret udtapnl Loss


Lungs andTh eli andt 9$ 4o $i
BLOOD PURIFIER- mi. 6 OO ioX sis

R INVIGORATOhe u
ight,health d rm the c

an Soresofal 0 t it
ACACAW BLSAMth
m ota, Cro tip it e ga u o th is Sc1as lie s 0- D th e



hALE an VER, e smn

Worm heldaee gren sou str d aver-
e.ngsoto40flwee o ak i he bowlig
BODLAND BALM e the -iar a oos, thg nIth
ens the hafr, a al osethe hootrin galleries~,
'RENOVATING PI.tLS fashio al ad at traie atper-
tisauats oethe w,1inth~xh Dll s-h





ORsIEs, A Me i t.atre ci se, -istu al
thlrom 6fan t daec0 usesh



LIVER n a eimorals art ae
Igrtig hte, ty$t ntelnw








Out bg to for some eases
an ofwatr S~t of ideaas Qothe~ enomo s,
inomtion that <(Xhic i e'vie by thi indi
oufoe u downh purse ofth
andh diid a Sore of atf-; gr p -io he a i n
atadrhichI ptiowar himslf, ao refusb~es,
hig ptro to th lisof 1'll
I wenf toand i the wead ofh istnic

manently reg l"







(cnVns v Jf

BYVThdpoof. J A L e
Baile less selfindulgences" in matters $ 50 $35
.Pertaining Chieflye to' w at ;are.
B called the physical appetites.
This but opens up the way for 1 00 7
me to'say that there can be no
doubt of thefact tht there is a
vast amount of money in the land 1 0 61 5000
squandered in the way of extrav-
agant and uxurious living. The
books of market owners, of re- ) 1 00 7 5
tail grocrs, and of other stab-
lishnmets, if opened to ubliJc
scrutiny, would disclose some 50 4 00
startling facts concerning our
modern Epicures, and what it
iamcosts them to live aid who, at 5 3
aa the same tinie, refuse to send the
bread of life to the hungry, starv-
Barbeing and dying millions of the
Lord's redeemed in other lands; 25 1 50
Brbut as I can only outline in a!
hlnited t 'space, the reader must
Barlel 4laborate and supply the facts 00
orimself.
Take opium. America today10
syilding in a large mneasure, at 25 1-
theratio of nearly one thousand
er cent., to this maudlin habit
Barre of'a debased heathenismn. Drug-
Barth istshold well their see an
the medical quacks, whose pre-
T scriptions open up an insuffer- 4
Sble hell on earth to thousands
of these inebriates, embracing
B all classes, from John ChGiam 4 5
Bttti Ii di ve, to the elegant lady of..
Boulevard notoriety. Thousands
of the fair sexto-day ip this land, 00
are nothing but living, Walking. 1 00 80
pi'm deposito ries, ensl C-.
tIMS b ound over to the of
judgment in chains of da 1 00I
.nthat ill never be broken ep
by the coffin lid.. Ask these Poor
rches for a ary dbltlar 15 o
nd you. shock' theiseitv
S tre the meret oentio ofit*
but:I whe vir.,n t
C:a~~~j,::~~:& R
44~A~ 4K~
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tak the silkdress on her back
1_ A t 'it. have seen such
o d thein, t he hurches.
A',. doze symptoms betrayed

e n e
then They wer standing in'ter
r a- :
oga pQi, eq iring after
oi d will take iin an
form; and so the money goes-a
illion dollars o i yearly.
The tobacco habit is worse.
By this useless e6travagatc e
burp,' chew up and spit out on
the pure atmqsphere of heaven
enough money in twelve -months
to run the mission ry enterprises
of the church nearly a quarter of
a century. The Protest ant co-
Eunicants of the United States
M be' '12 F.~j~ '




fro July tatisti numbe ,-
018,977. Say that o e-half are
Smales, and that one-half th
m males use tobacco. This would
Sgive 3006,359. No if h
spent seventy-five cent pernmonth
i for tobacco., which cetai i a
Slow averag estimate, they would
spend yearly' $2,547,692 frto-
b bacco; or, putting the average at
1 1 per month, which is sti a
reasonabt limit,, and you have
$36',0,76,308 9's the sum total spent-
annually for tobacc -by the Prot-
estant Chuch in America. Put-
Lai,









ti g the membership of the Meth-
odist Episcopal hu
at a million members, and app]y
gI amer










ig esame ratio, we spend even
$3000,000 for tobacco- which,
fdividedrby $164,439, amount paid
for foreign, a omestic and
special missions, and for church
extension also (see report Board
of MiWssions),, and -we :find that-,
our, year y to.bacco b-illwul
se various department of
rk of the Method-
itT opal Church, South, for
ter een years. tis to'
S alow -estimate if the
u_~ithern Methodist polnot
i 21-iin our nobleq enlightenepe
; _7















tie dip
u iv p a f h .
ir 1_iS
we e-.. n ,.n :e "
use
Of A ha".' Cg,,- r-6 Iv e v






000 undr Whic w6 iTy
cry,- and',,groan, si the weihtI
LIS
iOf a thousand-4ofldh.? re-..,,, po
us. What, a 8ta fffiig. array, 1'
facts to be ashed by the hand of
G1od on the burmi 1 heavens I
Bee the last day.. How shall we hneet 25 1
~~50 dy )dw
e his que''th. As h e.
Be ba~-, sHOW *;1 00 7 o
; o( F -bief outlining of a ... 50 4
gre yt l a ndanty pears 5
Bel.64tha ine.h- are rich -tbward them-**
sev nd can generally flin-d 1' 50o stj
money or the, accomplsmnt
e l f persona and selfish im. pera
ttroufi' elaiboation i deta of late. 25
tlthe tsnthe case ifth ate. 50 4
t e, -i


were attaioable, would Ahow the
magnitude of this moral ririme in ate. 8 50
s- mense Ing


a it imens and alarming ate. I 00
Be proprtions, and the illustrations
Be 14uld be interminable. We hqve
o ,e e a isi



't t 'ouched the st tistics of the nt.. 25 1 75
and at la rgeon th ast of
Bi money for tobacco. We have
not brought up the iskytax of 2-43 1 00
t cworld as levie by the um
Bi power on the people of the vari-
common ealths.' We have'.... 1 00 7 ZO
Big




no exposed that wicked expend-
e of Gd'S boun that i
itar bon't
e: f GA: s
'"'a"d ya y50




ndered early on ribbons,
Imes fine laces and costl out-
fits erally. We hai eft un
genera Ve ~ a~A





Aouch tha enseless and mag
nilicent outlay of the Lord s gold 0
as dispayed on the ddin'g: day
and at the funeral service. Nor 5
have we explored the hidden
Ivaults, of even the Lords peo lep
for' tbat vast amount of d a0d
B for a value. l

.crateaful d ong u h In r 50 50'
wa es woi4 v

anhds your l trienet an of arrie
1,00 9 60-11~









Blo sat d l po nt oe 0 hr ..


J dre linse hi f~unctons Cebe-
"htainlyyour mui be aovnd e to ofiv
fa t p t forte erhatif%6'1ion
at' y 11 w
gue oetei uneii. er
-fi r I h';
50 1'':*
t ai ; yE -umust'be, ca yind "'o
t f"n.i
'th f or t
tfia 6`e
grar
fl,6sbl ites:,nd.,:








e4 pagess -of asrono-,
h Uni ted'States,
othe arvels of this prolific
A he- writer well remembers \ I
whetb there was not atn astronomlidal1
oservatory on tbhi continent. In
1807 Mr. Hs lerthoug Mr.i -
isu Itted to Congress a-pro-
for the survey of ou coastsand PSI A
for the \fou'nding of, a national ob-
acs -passed,
servatory,`. This, Ac waspaed
upyovision for an observ-
oedthe law of 1832 express-
ohibited i ts estaiblishment In
SPresid o Quiy dans ,
rt annual messaet, urged,
v, his usual force- and eloi3ence,
t Sti ttion Of a al obervat ER.
-th li" f VERB




ry7, with- :provision for, th port
0 ail aton n, on constant at-
for ob ation of the
h naof the heavens, iand for le.
e 4h.peaiodica publication of his ob-
rnito. iIt 'is," he says,' with
eeliig of pr*de as an Amr ican
x eemark maay be Made, hat-
aei Europe upward of -130,
ese hthouses of0 the sky,
t ot urwhole Am#ri
emis re there is no
not an obseer upQ hlf thl
An ey, es-, n1 pe









Ss petual
41f e8 to o ur xun sea rch iftg, eyes,"
Thi&,Ppa was receive w4hL a,
Altqrrent of ridicule, an his-
beatiulphan, 0 1gthos of
k y ecame: a y-wor and a
b n 1832, i visi e
ohe coDtinUance'of the&survey,
Apene thep proid hat'
rk" I lw~.











i g- In the'act shall be con-
:a$2a1 e~?an











Atfue to uori te heco -struction
-inM eanbe 6of`A. perane As-
b o












tro. a a 6l obrvatory." Bu
LY "disgu dst jrmtisr LO P"R 4,
Jgnprwne, Pn 11tit,
;,ear dr1a.S
;eii~il------ 1---L m ~







Oe Ch. DAhe nubr rto~
;tore sky, Tubli- :i-'Ju ervtr of t':6,O vi

mu~lhuindgd, and mnore astron iwua

Boerh all other cuty. onthe glob0
ko arnubedrigthe pat 1
,surpas the o l the

Boakear fromthe cretion of m6 p 0<3
to thatltim (1787),as 0h folwn.1:007
oparions wp ho -ye
Jhtend bSacktotes Owm anoflI tor -sillian i]




Hersehel, who has' jutly en I5
tyed ~6,







dolh rnce it wasndhe whor first eas th
plumbli itothe dep ofs 10L
and reasu red mhe scee onwhi
Boston the uniyerse is built. His gat 25
teleyope icu place o pe lrote e 2
'pace clear throug tha AM,._1 50

Boswelthe blackesof night unse o a
Boudalby a ~single anyh lutinosiy. HekeVtimaedtt
Bowm his piercin, g aze h passe h
5a stratum f ta e iti
neas to 500 suns -of, man.,
-M-













Boyd': frot echother inul iUner fagt.5
aellto that of Alp'aha e,, 0 500

Badf lasould not rean11 0s T 75 5
ar, before he rad
Bradfr ig tue tim e s -o
rejgne eternal.
Bran n 1600 only seven 25
'gncWnit-1 wa: hewoft s eas.t
know toI be- int the' tde' 1o0gy-











Brtit \
land. ate, t e m 00
Brom~ Ir'n hach t 'oe whnig uichys
Boston 5 1 Goa.















Brom univd.e Is built His gr 013
e d fo u
~Y11
Brou o J ely fIn~ Satutrnanod 1 0,2::0 1

Brow iatrva. the eaith a y, --I .
Boswlte blck erss o ihtl,- unse tt 1500
tar:.-Rnd-,- un.8tain~i~:e 1 oo 9 00
Boudal Y`11









Wan with one moon, '0 o. `9
49, r #i t
oSat-- oo o aurth w







atoisbetweez r andJupi-
ter, 15n meor shoes produi
An d b` h041stitl t er ,
8p) adh e eAs
p ~ pp






hard ough their
h, 't n an f h tnfi e
esigt oi OVOTto S~lt at'ra Isbtne S
The ~ ~ ~ ih -tipa0 i~l







a wit h e are quite familir aecoa
Comets pr I ta -righteet, thou one lie a6tteton
i St istan Of ahi ae b h star cat nse O
n t dg tar, whichaloc omoi nail assi
'b e hvip o the r -solar fort mi.eedto th e
c. te Atouf -b~wo d reqeilr 34 0,0,0 of U 1_ ri







torach the ipectros~cop ha those co lec-
'e e t titn Mssources
lph oge~ and4adumW(>om 11y7.
PE 1gch srgely abounds
Afl,as- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ so many-, 0,tne al_ sh wr-i 0






















AsA d. 1r
an:. muss Wood, str
1seh at Eve
A, er) Sold bDe
Ipr f otrm re










Retail. Doen


75 4 "




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tj-115 95"
55
25 1-80
Torheure2tie of r
1, 00 00


s~acla
50 3 5-W


1 00
50 T
- 23 50
rCuriosities of Criticism.

50 3 '06
they may be culled likeflowers from every 25
tanfncre pleasing curioities fT
those- w-h o have a likingc for, such relies. 1 00 -7 .20'-
We'rie uman. nature less complacent ifnel4 -
sufficiency, they might, even serve as usefUl I 00' 50,J,
warmings. to the impetuous young reviewers
of to-,day, and so be not without their salu- 10
tary, influence, on literature. Whether the -25 2-
result of ignorance or llness,orad teo
per, of national 4o-reIliiu prejudlic es; o 50 4'0
~Oin



ofmereceroa pique, tej y hvd:ill
ann1.00,
-chalflenged the ridic'ule of' t`he word,an t100 75





age, eewo
um ectempt. has'_ pill orid; them; for all 50

When Yoltaire sneered -at ther:t Telixi 5 ..
"D 2"







and 1|h~ought .Hawlet the wr fadu ~
savage, he at Ieast, 0'eabio he pr- 0 A
baion of 'is countyewo sShqe
itiy obbserv~es wer in th hbt fpe~ 5 18
ing 4ashoug&hvI~ouis XIN aa 0utentt
cannibalismi in;.'Europe' itwa i 0 38
Englislhnen tbkweHueiform~ed.
ihe"r' t-S, -erea' a 7










them that hkser a b.6rn in ,a,.
agend educted ti t
without intruact I de
OP Qa










books;." thatho"e,c udldno
any 'time, & axrasdhable
f "










"the' doubly'de~ad
I Athtie died so vuhe.






nR
was uf a coc ney k poet 4h 6 r4 I
0,,
J-decorums., "probably in the indal q
o propensities"? How did th' .
the same Maginn called the Ad
r y nonsense nof;.II
rerynosese"and a wild Waste o
words," and devoted bitter pages to proving
thaf Shelley was not only undeserving. ut
peless of poetic reputation 9 Yet s"irely
indignation must have melted into laughtero
when this notable r viewer-who s be
nece ly reprinited as a shining ligh oh
new generation-added serenely that' a
'-hundred or a hundred thousand verses
might be made equal to the best inl Adonais,
without taking the pen off the paper."
This species of sweeping assertion has
been repeated by critics more than once. to
the annoyance of their friends and the mali-
cious delight of their enemies. Ruskin"
ho, with all his gifts, seems cursed with.
a Mr. B gehot calls amind of contrary
flexure, whose particular bent it is to con-
U tradict what those around them say, has
ventured to tell the world that :any head
clerk of a- bankcould write a better history a F71 'A
of Greecethan iMr. Grote, if he woul have
the "vanity to waste his time over it' and I
have heard a main of fair attainments and of
sound scholar ship contend thatthere were
wenty living authors who could' fte plays
as fine as Shake peare's.'
1Jeffrey's extraordinary blunders are too..
ll known to d repetition, and ChriatoO
North ot without his share of
silrmishaps; Walpole cheerfully sen-
Aenc n k-' '-








ecd. Scandinavian..poetry- in the bul, -as
t hr nic;avage; Mad d
Stael o tedto the commonness of
e iss A en's Iosel; Wordsworth thought
Voltaire dull,, anc Southey complained that
Lamb's -essa 8 aced 'sound,,eligiousfel
ec s. lc k s e aee
iJig.; George Borrow, whose literay Ytastes
ere at least aserratic as they were pro-
died, ondemned Sir ott
oodstock as 'ifiresome trashy and unprin- '
cip ,nd, ranked Shakespeare, Pope
Addiola nd"_the- Welsh, bard Huw Morris
t"geth-er as'"_great poets,' apparently with
out recogniing any marked difference in
eir respective claims. Then there is Taine
wo 'fmd Pendennis and Vanity Fair too
full.,of sermons; Mr. Dudley Warner, who
c o the mild and enial
Wahingto~n Irvi'ng to th acrid viior of
'Swift'- andMr Howells, who, perap n
so, flos ol nfein
pity for o.; 0,41,: 11 f loss, woul ,anper-
A i-'A










-suad e ts:t-hat- we could no longer, endure
Ye either th6 mannrism S of Dceso h
Sco fidentialattitude" of Tohacke ray,
we- happ h'enouh to s6 these grea~tmen
.stil in o mit.A'isRplei
Od id`-,p te
777 7 7 77
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are o tes o.
peopie a Iobloking and wel idessdas S
ftra~ted1 go; they would pas fo
i emen. Te spaka gle
sen he spell isdiolved! Pr
dpo not nkI meanin any loyito a dvocate
affectation which is vulgar and never 12-53 25 $6
imposes on any except the most ignorant,
but every one should try to speak as well
and as correctly as possible. The ancient 50 a 5
aid beautiful tongue of Irelndis unfortu
naely litt am u ongst us. so, while wish-, 1 6
ing well to those who try to revive it I
shall confine myself to speaking of English. 2
As every foreigner experiences to his cost
no language is more erratic .in pronuncia-
tion. Why is the word bow made at one 50
time t with so, and at another with
cow Custom is the only criterion. We 25 1 6
'must, therefore, take as our standard the
mode of pronunciation generally adopted by 2 1 7
highly educated people, mixing in good an
society, as well as actors and orators of emi 2
,ence. They usually have very little a
-at is called "accent." Speak clearly,:
distinctly, in wl-iodulated tones, giving 0
every syllable Its proper value, avoiding ,
drawling, clipping vowels and a sing-song .. 25 1 50
intonation A good standard pronouncing
dictionary _should be in every home 3or ate 0
reference in all doubtful cases. There are
certain family names, however, not to be!.2-
found therein Which conform to no general at 1 00
rule. or example, Cholmondeley is
nounced as if rittan Chumley; Leveson- a 25 20
Gower, L Goe; Wemyss, Weams,
iithven, ; Petre, Peter; Crichton, ate
Grton, M flri banks, Marchbanks;,,. St.
Si incair











John and St. Clair, Snjin and e te 1
Cockburn,, Coburn, Meaux, Mutres Bour ate,
chier, Bowcheir; Haweis, Hawes. Visitors to "
London'do not always know that Pall Nall te. 0
4 0













is pronounced Pell ilell; Holburn, Hobur
Charing Cross, Chairing (not Charring) te. 1 00 8 00
Cross; Berkley Square, Barklay Square
Cadogan Place, Cad ggan Place; and Jervis te. 262:
Street, Jarvis Street. Every one is perhaps
aware that Derby, Berkshire, Leicester 8 -0
Gloucester, Leominster, Greenwich and te 25
Harwich, are called Darby, Barkshire,
Lester Gloster, L ter- Grenidge ad te. 50 4 00,
Haridge, but they may not be all equally
awae that Mr. Gladstones residence, 481
Hawarden, is calldd dH ;ren and that of
the late Earl of Beaconsfield, while ne.
wAl















rally called Hughenden, -as writtekn,,_ -is
locally: known, asfHitchin gdon., Arundel, the
ami tof the Dke of orfolk is
rI co'd i K













nounced A andell. Ip
ay.. othe s Andes b '00
proper, names tra nfsf ormed by usageIi
Uhn Mid ufc o to-day It''shoud
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merits known.
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75 .6 25
60 4:00,
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11, 6od) Di deha e. 25, 1. 8_0
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t~~eo,,the gd.N o
U66 own heaft hAthl
an cLreThoas,, te, -king.-
sPeak to "us thi uh -our, heiat h .

~r i g1. Iff 0 Mer
Clarp
h tltm too oike. -Thy' "46 "'1of
-passion- roiR gentle whisper, dd 50136
Cli he mi-de ese, all debate, 0 ,

Clot w GoreEl otas m n 25 1 60
women. devoi ,Vjan :a disapp 4 ~tent
Cloud between brea -,t- and .dxnnfir- tili-e.00 8 00"
Coagu.@1161 h'loi i 25 15)
? bout the n iJ, n-swer t
rio 'es -sa ohn "Pide, 00 8 00,
Coca 1h (ad i not.a bad thn 0 8 00
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Cock! h n x ohd u w 75 6 00
hurts- not t thers.
Coe's ~i-chte ,r: O.an once -give you- .35 2 85
a task; an re hers, heart and 00 75
soulI al r and trouble, lend
g.c rwhose ake they 25
Coffn toel to revenge,, 6,5 36

Colde i r oani l h 00, 8 00
same as t6 `
Cole's ha pin,: N oc e e t 25 1 804 '
power andbeatnd-h~b asn( 5 1
werf all a nd"z ii::~




majesty o.f ohrslove. it sik
Upg no ere Ma-i coers-, and _gro 25 1,_50,
sr~onger wheel manfitador 2 40
wastes' -of worldl fotue' ends, the
~r nee o tqunhes fely like-A
o2 l a tr `26 :2 5,
0 Jered il?, TMY- goo'd wife: isw 0 7
Rea 10 1t!- be gift AO, -man-hi8
ge virtds his-. ca 2 2 00
Cql je.h sweet Je 6 60
is, br gtost day, her viste 5 18
noiio chr at thea -I
Coi his -safe y, her 'in25 10
'ostsre a h er econor00 80
stewrd rlipshis fith-fua
Consit i h o h o e t 00 8 00''
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ed Awhat i's caflled the(
men iI 41~--te ihta
p. 0 r eo gen ~ y in neatd
R fotbr; that ts the a rd V tnrvld
ry er.4e ughto~ T' unsed
orlMd to Io-_Bu t Ae, Ao e tat: r.
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i vitable that c" st ict te J odSol
be rdd dth bad, p nths fej
7 t hot, 0sic0o dwne h-a
A w nths worldc wil I-L wlIng b *

talit, Dr.Blauelt said htteee
the,-Biblh' wats t hdfn
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Whicr- blateu.Ou tA a un
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S any.ues e h ovrin tuie
11 le~so efe e4to n-11 reet rto fI
tibrM ni asj fn n~dic eat~io ofwht s a
theF t a -ofthe cOlergy_ fle sa id ththl n
For _-vb" 8tton for Vo:0'nars 'as an avowNe-d
J) i m d liar, with'the skeI
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t 1h 9), d mo).wrtod

t -u uf es thb "y ol ci Tur O

ila tt he e a rq t I v edi
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Y tude odr.n1lta ti e al :-g
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ot yfift years of age
ap y A ive- in -the os impok-
tatlf inte'llectua'lly progressve'period
i history," says, Iroiz, ad mbes
n asafe e invetions
s which rigihated or
G eemade practical within the past half-
eftury- Ocean steam ships' railways, I
te" g09r lines, the telegraph, ocean ca-
le,, 4phoie, phonograph, photogra-
phy id a score of new methods of pict-
Th ure-making, aniline colors, kerosen a erox.
electric fights, steam fire-engines, chem-
ca ',re extinguishers, anasthetics and oIicow
aess surgery; gun-cotton, nitro-glyc-
An i ynamite, and a host of other ex r ttle
p ; alumnium, magnesium, and
o er new ,'litals; electro-p ing, spec-
Itr um y and the r troscope; ed
Th-audi pneumatic tubes, electric pack age.
pmotors, .electric railway electric bells,
type-writers, steam-hating, steam and
hydraulic elevato ibule ca cant-
1ever bridges. To so may be added per bottle
h vulceanizing of OT the Bessemer
steel rocess, bicy the "I onitor
A ce type of war vessads the dynami e gun, pe hotle
A nd doubtless the: list does n t'ow ao
lude. all of the most imporiat even.
Th ,first ingots of tin, ever* ma i I bottle
o Calif ia lately arrived ij Sn r
co fro. the mines of th San Jainto.,e,
T e'estate Ca Ico, San Bern ardino County.
Exc b"se are -what were known as the Tem- tP
csaltin mines, which were discovered
-E~ -8y _g. Litigio ahd .otl-
omp sl. d d
A auses :pentedth claimfro per'bottle.
A heingf id now an I Eglish
otpe p -ia aed U. ed
hem for:aytty 'd.01fu1i
NPev in thp f~ c, -this Doing m~udh__. blca r P C
oin that ro n than coal., TE peri-
ments with reverberator~y.,,-- furnace
Z ax eland oil fuel o-be successfu.
Affords great relief in al1 Pulmo Complaints.
Small size $1.50 pe ottle. $3.00 par bottle.

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tyrank of creatures., -as it acnsi h
scletiol -1eaves death bibhind it or underit.-
Trh'- f ..aCts. height;'of being seems a' Ut
proph' f the coming vegeaoninoamm
ic ke sef 'which: it'crystalizes. The blos-
som'1 _4d er, the acme. CT. ege"tabl~e life, di-
tvid6- into rt~respondent organ-s wit rero-
cal~ ~ ~ Y fbiiadb ntindv motos anld
ap-pro -imations--7seems ipatin of tha fue,
-ywih iisdfeented in knd' fro6mte fibw-
6-shapd Ayhe, that ltters withi 6rbwn
abov'e it. ud wonderfflly in, he insed, rea
both tli-e irrit bility, the prope r seat o in~stint,,
"w~h.1i)N ehe nascent sensib ility is sulborfdiiate
tefe mmg wonderfully, say bothth
mu&6 lfki t-e intd &'the, musculo
a 1 4 -IY.the- birOs i-mitat -a-d t4y-pictilly re-

Setis~arfourelvs bckin pii, 0o -he
4, my t arryi~ e 'o rh tIm b or -a s the
ind~~~~~~ ~~~ ittteisie itoin"fh eeaio of the
tock heaey ad te eaehing ,he daytatteor
Win tewotahthathdtewaswth a m
drersatoidinogjheat nol astef vrio fvlvn

ofin.i i tre m rifg dly -hintell'ige ennti es a w 1. n~i e
mon eahsnd' anofe drtes. too war6f the
asmg~te: y n iertebub nfl th at tgheitrd
Gompe fif flicks 0114 theea -Anbd lbeae, atrVtheAnd';t
11i7te r sl~ witfha th holy inst.'in ~as of matern an.ove
Ifsei~e an. ingb selfle p ithe -mi o syt
given stillbol the n.do Mfapae0
marKy 0h su -iighom` beuind,in'_ wehed kn-
li 1 ng ai orn of .1aio
Thusrc1 oweinsa ow-;,fand thei-v -al Istheoo
f.bea' iatl enblance an vekige of thatybi
afid, a tsce d i, te tiig And[: conl tmana_
n wtediaeo reo h deo a pool
--sig at1 g ero s ,o wad 1d eek as noc 74-heaie
in the ~ o uhtal emn-' 6deneahit an ne`gbor
hood wit the Ili wae wed -lock -onz,, oty
tom-grassw tha are, h6yetbter t ins*In& tself 1nd
mo e d noble, ii -.se f er's subtne that1,Y- n sayp a 0
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D. *HOOFLANDL s HERB TEAB
Thsjustly c~elebrated iHerb Tea is made after a prescription of the well-
now Giierm In court pysician, Dr. Hoofiand, or Hufeland. Hundr eds o
testonials in our possession tell of the wond~erf4 cures this medicine has
w1ouhi It is notad eCoction: ones teepsl his ownt ea, aud sees what he is
taing. It is NATURE'S OWN REMEDY F~OR DISEASE. One box will
mae ro 40 to 50 cups of tea. It is very pleasant to take; children cry
1NEW CASH PRICE LIST.A
$3.0per Gross. $18 00 per Half Gro'ss. $3.50 per Doz. Boxes.
50 cents per Box; by mail, 55 cents.

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t ~ 0 PAJ(& ~0N, ~ROCHESTER, N.Y
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PRICE LIST.
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Retail. Do
Dundas, Dick & Co.'s
C. LOil Capsules............... 50 $3 10
C. L. Oil Capsuloids ........... 25 1 80
C. L. Oil & Id. Iron Capsules.... 50 3 10

Copaiba Capsules.:............ 50 2 60
Copaiba Capsulets............. 25 J
Cubebs and Copaiba Capsules... 75 5 00
Cubebs and Copaiba Capsulets.. 35 2 60
Cubebs, Matico & Cop. Capsules. 1 00 7 00
Cubebs, Matico & Cop. Capsulets. 50 3
Emp. Cap. Nos. 00, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 2 00
Laxatine .............. 25 2 00
Macqueen Matico Injection.. 1 00 00
Macqueen Matico Ointment 25 2 00
Oil Male Fern and Kamala.Cap. -75 5 00
Oil Sandalwood Capsules. .. 1 50 12 00
Oil Sandalwood Capsulets ... 75 6 00
Oil Turpentine Capsules. . 50 3 10
Seidlitine ...........5 3
Therm aline,.................. 25 2'00
Duponco's..., ,. ..,Female Pills,, Imitation.. .......- 1,00 2 25,
Female Pills, Genuine.l....,... 1 00 7 50

Dupree's........Oil of Beauty.................. 1 00 40
Durang's........Rheumatic Remedy............ 1 00 7 00
Durno's-......Catarrh Snuff......... 25 1 80
Dutcher's. Dead Shot, for Bed Bugs........ 25 1.
Fly Paper...........per ream. 8:00
Dyspepsin.......(Hazen Morse's)................ 50 4-20
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