CAUTibsr. Whereas certain Hand Com Planters are being manufactured in some of the above named counUei, whleh are an infringement of tbe patent granted to Charles A. WakeBeld, July 25,1854, and another granted to William Bullock, Nov. 2, 185!. Said Sollock's right now being owned in nearly all of the States bjMciirs. Jerome Wakefield andvming^- The unjenigned having purchased the eattai right if Wakefield and Vining, for the State of Illinois all persons not having an interest in said patent, are therefore cautioned against making, constructing using or vending any planter embracing the above Spies, wiuS. b«Irf to a^^accordtn^te^w ind farmers any plan s, w ers are cautioned against buying and using any panter with the above principles, in a.y of the afoiessid counties, nnleu purchased of a A. Oloott or E. M. Hatsrd or their authorised agents, as they trill not have the right to use them. .marfdwtf S. J. HABRIBON.