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Peters John, laborer, 165 Stirling
Peters John C., tailor, 107 York
Peters John J., shoemaker, 38 n Sharp
Peters John T., stove and tin manufacturer
590 w Baltimore
Peters Joseph, confectioner, 140 Aisquith
Peters Misses, boarding house, 31 n Calvert
Peters Peter, blacksmith, 55 Peari
Peters Samuel L., attorney, 17 North, h 156
Peters Wm., mate, 176 e Lombard
Peters Wm., biscuit and cracker baker, 95
Thames, h cor Eden and Pratt
PETERS WILLIAM, brass founder and hard-
ware dealer, 10 w Pratt, h 44 Granby. See
card, next page
Peters Wm. H., book binder, over 151 w Pratt,
h 372 w Fayette
Peters Wm., 59 s Eden
Petersintz Nichs., laborer, 96 Thames
Peterson Catherine, 108 Pine
Peterson Charles, sailor, 3 Bevan alley
Peterson Charles, laborer, 285 Durham
Peterson Capt. Erasmus, 94 s Bond
Peterson John, sugar worker, 28 Pell
Peterson Martin, rigger, 250 s Ann
Pether George, laborer, 17 Rock
Petherbridge Edwd. R. grocer, cor Pratt & High
Petherbridge Francis, 285 e Baltimore
Petherbridge Sarah Ann F., 70 s High
Pethold George, cooper, 320 s Charles
Petingar George, laborer, 494 Penn. avenue
Petre Adam, piano maker, 477 w Lombard
Petri Frederick, apothecary, 238 s Bond
PETRI JOHN F., professor music, 92 Saratoga
See card, page 265

263 PFL

Petri Philip, porter, 39 Perry
Petrof John, tailor, 121 Orleans
Pets John, 145 s Exeter
Petticord Adam, laborer, 48 Abbot
Petticord Charles, 73 Caroline
Petticord John, hatter, 26 s Front
Petticord John, hatter, 19 Holland
Pettit Elizabeth, 11 New
Pettit Isaac, plasterer, 144 Pine
Peltit Moses, agent, 79 Lexington
Pettit O. F., variety goods dealer, 167 n Gay
Petzer Augt., laborer, 60 Penn. avenue
Petzold Wm., shoemaker, 162 Canton avenue
Peudize Francis, blacks, North, h 14 Jefferson
Pezisor Obit, carpet weaver, 65 s Regester
Pfaf John P., carpenter, 41 Lancaster
Pfaffenbach John, shoemaker, 167 e Lombard
Pfafferling Seligman, 25 n Eden
Pfalzgraf Henry, barber, 141 n Canal
Pfambach Frederick, tavern keeper, 57 Bank
Pfarr John, furniture wagoner, 75 Harrison
Pfarr Ludwick, tailor, 8 State
Pfefferling Samuel, jeweler, 16 Ross
Pfeifer George, tavern. 311 s Bond
Pfeifer John, cabinet maker, 94 Pine
Pfeiffer Adam, furniture dealer, 18 n Howard
Pfeiffer John F. E., barber, 99 Lexington
Pfeiffer John G., paver, 38 Liberty alley
Pfeiffer Matthias, clothier, 36 n Paca
Pfeil Aug., tobacconist, 376 Light
Pfeufer Nichs., tobacconist, 208 Durham
Pfester B., tobacconist, 279 s Bond
Pfester George, shoemaker, 106 Thames
Pfile Conrad, tinner, 61 n Eutaw
Pfisterer Joseph, shoemaker, 191 Biddle
Pfleng John, shoemaker, 227 Alice Anna




Coughs, Colds, and Hoarseness cured in from one to twelve hours. Mrs. Pharnum's Cough
Candy is composed of twenty-two of the most curative medical herbs in the materia medici, and
can be used by persons of any age, from the youngest infant to those most advanced in age, with
perfect safety.

This Candy is recommended by physicians to those who use their lungs in talking and singing
a great deal; it has a tendency to clear the voice and remove hoarseness. Thousands can testify
to the efficacy of this medicinal preparation. Its ingredients are vegetable and perfectly harm-
less, and it can be used as freely as other simple candies; even infants can take it with perfect
safety. It is no patent, no quack preparation, which is the cause of the physicians prescribing it so

Dear Madam,—The duties of my business have exposed me to coughs, asthma and pulmonary
affections. I have been deprived of ihe power of attending to the duties of my profession, and
should now have been, had it not been for the benign effects of your MEDICATED CANDY. I tried it
but a few hours before I began to reap the advantage of its effects. My cough and hoarseness soon
left me.

MY LUNGS ARE HEALED, and my appetite greatly improved. I therefore have no hesitation in ad-
ding my testimony to that of the many who have experienced the benefits of your valuable Cough
Candy. WM. MERCER.
BALTIMORE, December, 19, 1852.
I have used Mrs. Pharnum's Cough Candy in my family, and I am pleased to say that it has
far exceeded my expectations, and I would recommend it to all, for Coughs and Colds. It is,
without exception, the best medicine I have ever tried. F. R. WHEELER.

I PRICE 25 cts. per package, or 5 packages for $1.

For Sale by SETH S. HANCE, 108 Baltimore St., Baltimore, Md.


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