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in it the door was in the side instead of the back, and the vacant space, which was only about half as large as in the new one, was in the center. Below we give the diagrams and contents of the drawers, &c., fronting towards the back.

No. 1

Is a locked closet occupying one side of the lower box, containing an oval keg for 6 galls. of whiskey, with a cock on top and bottom, one to let air in, the other to draw from. This keg is on skids, and can be drawn out, and filled at the bung.

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A locked closet on one side of the box which contains a can for 3 gallons of alcohol, and a vacant drawer for any articles desired.

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A. Two quires wrapping-paper, white F. Twelve cupping tins.

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This is an inside view of the case, with the dispensing department in front, closed.

A. One Wedgewood mortar.

Contents of Dispensing Case.

B. Two dozen vials, six 6-oz., twelve 4oz., three 2-oz., three 1-oz.

C. One pill tile, 6 by 8 inches.

D. Eight oz. fine sponge, small pieces.

D. One tin funnel, pint.

E. Five yards adhesive plaster.

E. Four lb. patent lint.

E. Pestle for mortar.

F. Four yards red flannel, all wool.
F. Two medicine measuring glasses.
G. Two yards gutta-percha cloth.
G. Five yards isinglass plaster.
H. Eight doz. assorted corks.

H. One glass graduated measure, 4-oz.
H. One minim measure.

I. Ten yards bleached muslin.

J. Two cotton bats.

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Spirit of nitrous ether (sweet spirits of Purified chloroform.

nitre).

Stronger ether, for anesthesia.

Strong alcohol.

Olive oil.

Castor oil.

Tincture of opium (laudanum).
Camphorated tincture of opium.
Acetate of lead.

Bicarbonate of potassa.
Creasote.

Fluid-extract of colchicum seed.
Fluid-extract of aconite root.
Fluid-extract of ipecacuanha.
Fluid-extract of seneka.

Tincture of the chloride of iron.

In right-hand side.

Comp. spt. of ether (Hoffman's anodyne).

Carbonate of ammonia.

Solution of ammonia.

Camphor.

Collodion.

Copaiba.

Sulphate of copper.

Alcoholic extract of belladonna.

Fluid extract of cinchona (aromatic).

Fluid-extract of ginger.

Mercury with chalk.

Oil of turpentine.

Croton oil.

Permanganate of potassa.

solution).

Chlorinated solution of soda.

Compound powder of opium (Dover's

powder).

Sulphate of morphia.

Solution of the subsulphate of iron.
Pure glycerine.
Chlorate of potassa.

Iodide of potassium.
Bicarbonate of soda.
Whiskey.

Sirup of squill.

Pills of mercury (blue-mass).

Ointment of the nitrate of mercury (eit

rine ointment).

Powdered squill.

In left hand side.

Powdered gum-arabic.

Nitrate of silver, in crystals.

Fused nitrate of silver.

Sulphate of cinchona.

Citrate of iron and quinia.

Powder of subsulphate of iron.

Iodide of iron.

Powdered ipecacuanha.

Powdered opium.

Pills of camphor (2 grains) and opium

(1 grain).

Compound cathartic pills.

Opium pills.

Pills of sulphate of quinia (3 grains).

Sulphate of quinia.

Solution of arsenite of potassa (Fowler's Powdered Rochelle salt.

Sulphate of zinc.

Blistering cerate.

Solution of chloride of zinc.

Resin cerate.

Simple cerate.

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Powdered compound extract of colocynth.

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The preceding cut represents a front view of the wagon. Inside of the wagon, attached to the second bow, hang from the top three box-lanterns, always ready for use. Of the two frout boxes the lower is large and contains no drawers or partitions, and is used for holding the bed covers, pillow-ticks, and such articles. The lid of this box forms the driver's seat; the upper box recedes about 14 inches and forms a back for the driver. This box contains four drawers, as follows:

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A. Eight oz. solution of arsenite of potassa F. Eight oz. pure glycerine.

(Fowler's solution).

B. Eight oz. aromatic sulphuric acid.
C. Eight oz. fluid-extract of ipecacuanha.
D. Eight oz. fluid-extract of seneka.
E. Eight oz. tincture of the chloride of
iron.

G. Pill of mercury (blue-mass).

H and I. Empty bottles.
J. Eight lb. sulphate of magnesia.
K. Eight lb. flaxseed meal.
L. Ten lb. farina.

M. Twelve lb. white crushed sugar.

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