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l'UE NEWS AND HEKALb.
May Jl. : : : : 1884.
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* UAKLKS V UOAUJi, IUU gicai. nv..
York lawyer, Is dead.
Justice Field is looming up as a
Siu Anthony Fronde, the great English
historian, purposes taking in
L^r America in his tour around the world.
w Senator Riddleberger has sold oat
his paper at "Woodstock, Viiginia to
|. - w straightout Democrats. Three cheers
m - ?
Toe Raleigh Chronicle says that one
of the blessings the poor enjoy is that
they do not get mashed up in these
Wall street busts. That's what makes
the average newspaper man so happy.'
Ber Butler favors pensioning all
the soldiers of the late war, both Fed
era I and Confederate. Butler is right,
if any of the soldiers are to be supported
by the government, there should be
no discrimination, on account of sections.
The National Democratic party
. should nominate both available men
and men who are orthodox revenue
reformers. Hard and Carlisle or
Cleveland and McDonald as the stand*
ard-bearers of the party, would secure
victory and bring relief to the people.
It is now given out upon authority i
that the President will pardon Lewis
R. Redmond, who is now coufined in
the State penitentiary at Columbia.
His pardon in his present sad condition j
"^v would be an act of mercy, and we
?: ;; shall be glad to learn of his release by
Eight years ago, James W. Sheahan,
an editor of the Chicago Tribune,
t wrote an elaborate obituary article
npon Charles O'Conor, who declined
to. die as expected. The article was
saved and, with a change of dates,
duly appeared in the Tribune; but
the writer passed away before Mr. j
. ? ^
The poor of Baltimore will get nearly
$4,000 as the proceeds of exhibitions
a.t IhSLiirt galleries of the noble and
=r*N^sc^'r generous William T. Walters. One
day was set apart for all the Sisters of
Charity to visit the galleries free of
charge. Mr. Walters, though not a
Catholic, is devoted to the Sisters as
they are to him, in a Christ-like spirit.
Mii. Henry Labouchebe, who is not
only editor of an influential London
journal, but a member of Parliament
as well, has been going into uncomfortable
mathematics bv showiu?r that
the cost of the royal family, about
?1,000,000 annually, wouldgive a meal
to 600,000 children on 300 days in the
The majority of the delegates elected
: . _ . rhA Tiwrinio T^mrvn?iaiir??Pni>VO?i?
tion to represent the the State Democracy
at Chicago, is said to favor the
nomination of Tiiden for the Presidency.
Several of the delegates will snp]?>rt
Governor Cleveland, however,
and Mr. Bayard is not without his
friends among the Virginia delegates.
The Hewitt Tariff Bill will doubtless
be buried in the room of the ways uiid
means committee of the House. This
seems to be the drift of opinion among
the leaaiug Democrats, and all hopes [
?f nnv fcinri of a. reform of the tariff I
have died out, and nothing now remains
"but to fight for the cause in
another court and at another time.
The New York Timers editorial on
the killing of the younger Cash is said to
be a terrible one. A correspondent of
the same paper says: "As Colonel Cash
has stood ready to sacrifice his life for
Bogan, the tragic death of his son it is
believed, will drive him to one of three
things?the loss of his own life in an
attempt to revenge his son, suicide, or
the insane asylum."
The people of Carter county, Kentuckv,
were opposed to Judge Heid's
election, because he did not kill lawyer
Corneilson. So, in a moment of shame,
weakness and insanity, the poor Judge
did for himself what he would not do
for his enemy and assailant?he killed
himself. Possiblv the people of Carter
county are now persuaded that Judsre
Reid bus redeemed himself in their
General Gjbant is having unfortunate
mishaps in his business in 2iew
York, and the suggestion to raise
money for his support comes from all
sections of the country. If the exPresident
cannot support himself, and
that fact seems to be pretty well established
now, we know of nothing better
and more appropriate, under the circumscancesj
than for Congress to place
him on the retired list of the army.
Congressman Tom Reed says:
" What it costs a man to live is purely
relative. It does not depend upon his
happiness, nor does it iucrease his hapT
V?QT7<* rvfi o voor !
^iiA/OO* JL uav w AATVIA uti yvvv ^
as well as on $5,000 a year,, and I was
as happy then as I am to-day. What
was the difference? The people that I
was with were spending different snms
of money." Bnt Mr. Reed would
never again be happy on $300 a year.
The bill to place General Grant on
the retired list of the army has passed
the Senate with practical unanimity,
and it is very likely that it will be engineered
throngh the Honse with bnt
little difficulty. For our part, we can
see no reason for serious opposition,
and hope that Southern members generally
will vote for it when it is called
up. Grant, with all his short-cw^j^
hum?t wi I"?i irwwi'w
it necessary to tafce bis life, bnt allowing
him to have been a man of common
Intelligence he mast-have perceived the j
alternative necessity between death
and surrender, and tbe shots which he
fired into the-posse must be taken as
the expression of his choice between
the two. It is said that he intended to
appear at the next term of coart for
Chesterfield county to .stand his trial,
bnt the State cannot admit that parties
charged with crime have the right to
come to trial or not as they may see
The value of correct punctuation is
shown by the fact that a misplaced
comma reversed an important New
Jersey law. It is said that the State
law exempted from taxation manufacturing
and mining corporations, but
an amendment was recently passed
taxing "all manufacturing companies
and mining companies organized in
New Jersey, but doing busiuess elsexvhrn-n
" Thp pnornssinor clerk nut a
0 --? llarge
and distinct comma after "all
manufacturing companies," and when
! the Governor had signed this amendment
it was found that every factory
in the State was liable for a special
tax of $100. The ouly way to avoid;
absolute ignorance of this subject, by
a flank movement, is to imitate an
eccentric Englishman who wrote a
book and filled the appendix with
mark?, requesting the reader to select
his own punctuation.
The great banking and speculating
establishments that line the sidewalks
of Wall Street arc closing and the
I financial crash is already at hand.
Despite the excitement in JNew YorK
city and vicinity, it would be safe to
predict that no general panic will result.
Secretary Folger says the break
is due to reckless speculations by a
few meu. The situation is not inj
herently weak. He will do everything
| in his power to prevent a stringency in
the money market. He farther stated:
"There is plenty of money in the country.
I do not anticipate any extensive
panic. The situation is not as weak as
people suppose. I shall do everything
in my power to restore confidence."
At the Phceiysr Bank everything is
qniet aikrS&ene. An officer says that
there is not the slightest trouble and
! no run on the bank. A telegram from
Twenty-third street reports tnree lines
of depositors are demanding their
money from the Second National Bant.
It is feared that the bank will stop
paying out money.
j Speaker Carlisle has been recent|
ly interviewed upon the subject of the
! tariff laws and the chances for their
reform. Among other things he said
that the revenue reformers of the
Democratic party, composing fourfifths
of it, had made up their minds to
be no longer controlled and dominated
by the one-fifth. He, with a number
of others, had arrived at the conclusion
that the line of demarcation upon the
tariff question might as well be drawn
at one time as another. The party
could not stand upon the protection
platform of the Republicans. The
country would not believe them if they
tft a npiiaV* ? *A w\n
auuuivi uuj cuvt. r?caixu* n. uiajoritv
of the Democratic party was in
favor of revenue reform. This issue
will be sharply made at Chicago. Mr.
Carlisle felt certain that the resnlt of
the fight in the House was to make
certain the nomination of a revenue
reformer at Chicago. He thought this
fact was pretty well realized by the
minority Democratic faction in the
House,Jand it was on this account tha
they were so eager to create a diversion.
A "Washington special is wild in its
Presidential speculations, and to prove
it, it says:
General Butler will run. He will be
iU A r? r\ v\ f Vl A 1 rtf
LiiU iiiUdtriivuiiiiabgu man ui ut&g aw.
The programme arranged months ago.
will be played to the end. Labor organizations,
and sundry branches of the
American people, in detail and as a:
whole, are going to make him their
candidate. The General himself will!
be a delegate in the Democratic National
Convention with all these nomi-!
nations showered upon him.' Nobody 1
will pretend to guess what will happen '
there. At present Bayard is "forging
aheadbut should the convention get
into a sna$l, as it is likely to do, and
remain so four or five days, what
would be more probable than" Butler's
j +% rr%?_ _ i!? _ '
nomination: me qnesuon is ueiug
put by Democrats, reasoning from the
course of events since Congress met
and the logical tendency in the party
to strange results. The General is expected
to be in Washington the coming
week. He is a great worker, his law
practice being extensive. Besides, be
is manufacturer on a large scale, a
special partner in a varietvof concerns I
ant1, a promoter of suudrv enterprises,
some of which are not so good, though
they generally return him an honest j
penny on the investment. It is ob-1
served that the dullness of Congress,
which has every year been growing j
worse and worse, dates from the time
Butler ceased to have a seat there. |
Sexatol Pendleton when he drew
up and had passed the Civil Service
bill builded better than he knew. By
the introduction of a section he has
precluded any office-holder from taking
a place upon any committee appointed
to collect funds and regulate
the finances of a political organization.
The Congressional and National committees,
in session at Washington,
have recently discovered this, and consequently
there is a good deal of agitation.
The Republicans, it appears,
have already violated the provisions of
this Act, and among the prominent
officials involved is Secretary Chandler.
In feet, almost ail the members
of the Republican-Congressional committees
are liable to a heavy penalty,
and unless they speedily take water
they mayfind themselves within the
shadow or tne penitentiary. Tnelaw
is arbitrary, and in omitting the words
"knowingly and wilfully" the framers
closed every loophole of escape. How
to raise campaign funds without becoming
amenable to such an uncomHMtaj^cdnstrument
will now be the
no compromise anil that the line is
now so clearly drawn that no Democrat
can stand on.both sides of it. "I
am perfectly satisfied,-** said Mr. Hurd,
"with the result of the contest over the
Morrison hill. Except for the fact that
progress toward revenue reform is
checked by the defeat of the bill, I
think it is far better for the cause of
the reformers that the measure was
- ? Li j iU.i T
siangmereu 111 uie way umt it was. j.
feared all the time that some cowardly
compromise would be made in the interest
of party harmony. Now that is
out of the question. The Chicago'
Convention will insert a tariff-forrevenue-only
plank in the platform
most assuredly, in so many words. But,
I shall urge more than that with my
power. I shall insist that the Convention
shall not only give voice to the
principles aimed at in the Morrison
bill, but that it shall formally and emphatically
endorse the course pursued
by the supporters of that bill. I want
it to be clearly defined whether it is
possible for a man to be both a Democrat
and Protectionist. I want to
discover whether a Protectionist can
stand upon an anti-Protection platform
and support anti-Protection candidates
for the Presidency and Vice-Presidency.
My opinion is that the declaration
of the Convention will be so clear and
.? -il l.A. J* I
Doia ma: tnerc will oe not rung ieit 101a
Democrat to do bat to endorse it or
to get out of the party."
THE YOUXG DEMOCRACY.
Perhaps at no period in the past history
of the Democratic party has the
influence of the younger element been
more potent than now. Boldness and
progrcssiveness are the recognized
essentials of Democratic success, and
the young men possessing the requisites
of the times are moving to the front,
and their voices are heard in the coun-1
cils of the party and nation. The
Democracy of New York in its elevation
of Grover Cleveland to the
gubernatorial chair of the Empire
State, the promotion of Jfattison to tne
same honorable position in Pennsylvania,
and the election of the.youthful
Kemia to the United States Senate
from West Virginia is at once a convincing
and eloquent recognition of
the force and worth of the young men
of the Democratic party.
It should be remembered, too, that
the young men, in a great measure,
constitute the tariff reform wing of the
party, and uuder the leadership of
Carlisle and Hurd they are organizing
all over the land, and are preparing
for the srreat conflict. With the charac
teristics of youth, they are earnest,
bold, determined and aggressive, and
these are the medicines that must heal
and strengthen the backbone of the
The organization of Young Men's
Democratic clubs everywhere is noteworthy
indeed, and certainly, for the
party, one of the encouraging signs of
the times. For efficient work and
effective support, these organizations
will prove of invaluable service to the
party, and the sage leaders should lend
jto_them_suchjncoura?ement_-as ihpJ i*-j
impOrtance demands. The "Washing
ton Post ia a thoughtful editorial upon
this subject says:
The young- man who casts his first
vote in November next for a ticket
nominated by a tariff reform convention
and representing the sentiments
that are sooner or later to become
dominant in the commercial and financial
policy of the Government, will
make a record for himself worthy of all
honor and constituting one of the
proudest memories of his life.
The Young Men's Democratic clubs
were never in a position before to do
such efficient service, and can be made
a powerful factor in the coming campaign.
They should be many times
multiplied, and with the least "delay.
Tfie field for mission work was never
so promising, nor the auspices more
favorable for reinforcing the strength
of the party out of those elements of
vigor and intelligence which the
younger men?men who have hitherto
caseii nine pare in pontics or Deeu
doubtful with which of the great Nr<tional
organizations to cast their fortunes?so
They can have few doubts upon the
subject now. There is no mistaking
the drift of public sentiment away and
still away from its old protective moorings.
The young man can easily discern
the direction of the tide and will
be wise to take it. It is well to be in
at the finish, but better to be in at the
Samson' and Locks.
When Delilah clipped off Samson's lucks
that mighty athlete at once became "as
other men." If it could be proved that the
possession of luxuriant hair would enable
men to tear open lions' jaws, Hiscox &
Co. would be driven wild in the effort to
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meet the demand. As it is the Balsam
prevents your hair from falling out, and
restores tne original color if faded or gray.
Besides it is a great addition to the toilet
table simply as a dressing. *
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whole system to elect the enemy that has
fastened on a part. His possesses all included
the reinvigoration of the principle
In this the Eastern sa?e merely anticiiva+a/1
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to-day. What life itself is, nobody knew
then?nobody knows now. But we have
learned something of the reasons why the
mysterious tide rises and falls. Provided
the ?reat organs of the body are not irreparably
destroyed, medical science can
always relieve, and often save. Tet no
reputable physician now adheres to the
barbarous and stupid processes of depletion,
such as bleeding, by which it was
attempted to cure disease by reducing the
patient's ability to resist it. Nowadays we
do not tear down the fort to help the garrison?we
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sen. A Bonanza for Old Agents inc. ,,i?_ id Starter fot
Beginners. Agents are now selling to to rj books per day. We
rant an Arent in every town, seng lor terms ana circular! gee.
Tho W. E. DIBBLE PUB. CO- Cincinnati. O.
M CCMTC *uk?ri?x, ? ten tttamrt.bwt, u4M
SUCH I w?t Millar artieto oat. bo capital r*qhlr*d,roo4i
paid for after uU. ZHMBX MXSTQ CO, S81 Cual St*IL T.
COLLEGE, NEWARK, NEW JERSEY.
More positions for graduates than all other Schools
combined. Largest Southern patronage, lite Scholar*
Ship SiOi Write tor circular*. Address
H. COIXaiJi A PAXX&
fl H111 ft A& WHISKY HABITS cured
Small nil at liome without vain. Boole
lBf I (J IVIof particular* nent Free.
VI ?W?1IK jf.w00L,LEY,JLD-.Atlimta.G*.
Znrtonae. A certain core. Not expensive. Three
months' treatment la one package. Good for Cold
m tha Head, Headache, Dizziness, Hay Fever, 4c.
\Hftjrceota. By all Drossfrts. or bv malL
- . S> T. HAZEiTISB, Warren,
$1000 REWARD >g\ Si
ftt tsj Bmtisa balllac *a4 tiwitltttftl' MJE3 haeeu*?
StarttMawhOwiTSMd i? oai A.V7/Kg
^ Jl " ?AAM
? JSTSftA j? ^ i be paid ior any Grain
) Fan of same size that can
[9&BngBGf / clcan and bag as much Grain or
V \mnSiln"rwi T?5r Seed in one day as our Patent
llBO&ffSgSalP MONABCfc Grain and
? . Seed Separator and Baetfiggflaag
1' eer.which -we offer to the pub?
?K?5li*fiBR -n I He at a low price. Send for
If^Sstm ? circular and price list*
l| ^SjJUsjE; ? which will be mailed rxxx.
111 n^renne ?av th^lf tTOflds ire the best. Wr ack VOIl td CT*
amine our ImproTed Keller Pcmltirc Forw Fecd.Grai*>
Seed and Fertilizing 1M1I and our Hay JlaLe*. They
ire as good as the best, and cm be sold as cheap. All are warranted.
circulars mailed free. Newark Machine Co.,
Newark. Ohio. Eastern Branch House, lUe*r?tow?, SU.
WILL BUY ONE
$ Self-feed, STKAW ?fc
f - hay ctttebThe
knife Is Steel, and tempered,and
ii ?1 ? I is fastened to lerer with three bolt*,
1.1 I | and can be easily taken off to sharpen,
vl \ Jy I The length of ait is regulated by the
I Jr lerer to which the knife Is bolted.
t J, ""'The higher the lerer is raised, th?
MM longer it will cut. All are warranted. Send ?oc
k circular which will be mailed JTHJtg. O ?
"^^aSEWAJBK MACHINE CO., Newark, 0.
Hsl CUES VNEK All US? FAILS. Ejj
Iba Best Cough Syrup. Tastes good. W
Pri "Die In time. 8old by druggistt. f*t.
Good Pay for Asrenta. $100 to SSOO pW
j. 1.1 V.vniitnrT.
Famous and Dcelaive Bat ties of the World
Write to J. C. 3IcCurtly A Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
Ciqpa A _ &JtetcrntotiswithTtl
Iff 11113 1181? CTS.&7oo'UgsthymJI
Ul IIISWiilAgima mi or80SDS
tEa^Sninng^ou in UOBE MQHFT.la One Xonth,
than anything else in America. AD6oluteCertaintr.
jCeedao capital. SLYouns,l73GreenwichStK.Y<wfc
ONE twelve-horse Stationary Engine,
complete, with fifteen-horse boiler,
all in first-class working order. Terms
liberal. Apply to
M. L. BRASWELL,
Ap 30-xiit Blythewood, S. C. : >
"NEW " |
SP E IN" G
AND - 5
WE INVITE THE ATTENTION OF
the public to our large stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER
just received and now ready for inspection.
Wo.call the special attention of the ladies
to our large stock of
consisting in part of
WHITE AND FIGUBED LAWNS,
NUN'S VEILING, in all colors,
and some beautiful
The gentlemen are invited," before purchasing
elsewhere, to an inspection of our
large stock of
STRAW 1 FELT HATS,;
Hand and Machine made Shoes, Clothing!
and Gents' Furnishing Goods.
' Our buyer lias recently returned from
New York, and all of our goods hare been
selected with care, and we feel sure were
bought at !U.-i
SATISFACTION Guaranteed as to
PRICES and QUALITY.
McMASTEB, BEICB & EETCH1N.
F. LaMecte & Bro.
We are now receiving every
day our new
Attention is particularly directed
to our new and elegant
assortment of .
SPRING DRESS GOODS.
Trimmings for Dresses.
LADIES' J CHILDREN'S
T APW ar,A FTPWTTS nf thp
M14V4 A AVAA W V*
LADIES' 1 CHILDREN'S
Trimmed Straw Hats.
Our stock of CLOTHING
for Men, Youth's and Children
is com pl|te.
We invite our friends and
customers to give us an early
P. LANDECKER & BRO.
TALK IS CHEAP,
But please remember i advertise
what I have for sale and have for sale
what I advertise. People want facts and
figures in buying
as well as other things. D. A. HENDRIX
now offers Standard A Sugar 12 pounds for
the $3.00; Best Granulated 10)4 pounds for
the $1.00; Coffee 8 pounds for the $1.00,
guaranteed to equal any 15 cents Coffee in
Hotels and private families will save
money by examining my stock. A fresh
lot of best Xew York Cream Cheese to
arrive this week; also a few barrels of
Clark's White Elephant Flour. Something
nice. Try it.
D. A. HENDRIX.
ST The above prices are strictly CASH,
'r i : . . , . " ;
NOW IS THE TD;
GAINS IN E
GIVE US A 0,
AT A GREA1
I Styles are New
I invite my customers and fri
buying elsewhere. I guarantee my goods 1
received my stock of Dress Worsteds for'
THE SPRING I
Trimmings and Buttons to Trim all ?
consisting of Ladies' solid Hose, Ladies am
colored or black, Silk Mittens, Laces, Fichi
Ladies will save money by examining tlies<
I have on hand the cheapest lot of T
market. The best Lotus Lawns in Town <
9 cents per yard. The very best Lockwoot
Domestic Ginghams and Dress Ginghams.>
Now Comes My SI
Ten Dozen Pairs Ladies Hand Made
Also one hundred Pairs Ladies Hand made
My stock of CLOrHING AND GEN"]
GIVE ME AN E&BLY CALL AND I C
All customers served politely. Xo ti
past patronage I solicit a continuance of th
We are now displaying our SPRING
in regard to the
WANTS OF T
buying goods in large quantities for CASH
those people of
WIMSBOBO Atfl> SUfi
As we solicit only a CASH TRADE,
PROFIT than those who depend on a credi
and all the advantages that can be desired
tion so honestly earned as the
LEADER OF 1
J. L. 1
The great event* of history In x single volume ||I4
FAMOUS and DECISIVE BA1
ByCJLPT.KING.U.S.A. HISTORY FROH THE Bi
dwtroyed in ft dir.?How Ffta? or Diiaittr hii toned oa a
Zip*. Aidi the Memory.?Giret Pltarttrc and Instruction.
AO* 1Mb at satc.for lull dMCiiptioa and tezsu.. 2
are the BEST EVER MA
Rm achc. One good dose of th
" ' one every night for a
\5 regular as clock work; they
/?3?M/rvfev down body. Purely Teg
A'J^vh tl12 youngest child may take'
^JH^i Ia!h\J at 13 Ct? a Box, or by nu
1mj Vmn standard cure
*\f/ N ' Eoory's Little Catli
W the best Pill ever used here.
Harmony Grove, Ga. Em
3 % of all the Cathartics.?'Wjc I
emory'S little one box with wonderful resu
catk art ?c pills mend thera.?Joen Collins,
Vro prepared Iron BENSON, JaClCSOn, MiSS.
hay apple. MoberlyrMa
BEST CREAM CHEESE, MACARONI
and SODA CRACKERS.
BCIST'S GARDEN SEED, IRISH
POTATOES, for Planting- and Eating,
ONION SETS, &c.
LOVERS OP GOOD AND FINE
will nleese call at rav store aud sample
mv stock. The PRICES I ASK ARE
SURE TO SELL THE GOODS.
SPRING STOCK OF ZEIGLER
BROTHERS' AND BAY STATE
SHOES expected in a few weeks.
Please bear this in mind and wait for
J. JK. BEATY.
ED & OO.'S.
DE TO GET BAR- 1
kLL AND WE y I
HUFORD & CO.
- : ' ' ~ .. . .
[ends to examine my Stock before
to give perfect satisfaction. I have just
rAA/lc Hfxr e+A/?l* nf VAfjane -To />Amnlofa
jWUO. iUJT JUVA/1V Vi VVlVUd M WlUyiVW*
d Children's Fancy Hose, Silk Gloves ..all
as, CollaretteSj Linen Colored Lace Ties.
I gOOdS. - -- '
' " -" /
owels and Doilies ever brought to thisit
5-cents per yard. Fruit of the. Loom at
i Bleaching, in Town at cents per yard,
look of Ladies' and
Shoes to be- sold at prices to suit the times.
i Slippers to be sold at ?1.00 per pair.
ES' FUENISHNG GOODS IS COMPLETE.
AN SUIT ALT.,
rouble to show., goods. Thairking you for
ie same. ? . . .
"tt ,Q A TMTTTP.T.S
-KJ 1 '2 l .JKS.
STOCK selected with great oarer
, I am able to offer INDUCEMENTS tci
" * . ' f:. -
we mark our goods at a much SMALLER ^
it busines. With
in our line, I expect to retain the reputa- ^
rTLES OF THE WORLD?
1??P? and Fine Ilimtrxtiom.
iiixtm 4. C. HeCURDY * CXfc. F?
IFTEEN CENTS A BOX.
TIE CATHI8TIC PILLS.
JOE tor Coxtivenestf, Headret
or four Emory's Little CaUiartV* puis, flowed
wee's or two, makes the hnman CAChinery run as
purify ihe blood ami pat new life In a brokenetable.
Harmless, Pleasant, InfiJHMe,
them. Sold by all Druggists and Medicine Dealers
CO., Proprietors. 197 Pearl St^ Jf. X.
artie are more than is claimed; they pvove to be
Worth twice the money asked.?W. W. H. Gohsb,
tory's Lit tie -Cathartic are the most popular
Sishop, Mills Hirer, N. G.?My aged mother osed
Its.?N. W. "Rt 'TFtt, Locust Grove, Ohio.?I recom"V
T> Athene Toraa Thpy 5*r#> *>Y/rA?l?vnf_ 7? todi
They'are unexcelled.?Mbk. Rjzabith Khysek,
!"' FOB SALE. I
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ITT A / I A\TCI
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= - 55. ?
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ALSO Of STORE :
\ BACON, MEAL
| DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,,
! SHOES 4
INDUCEMENTS FOR CASH. . ^
UtYSSJE G. DESPOKTES.
T"Vfc3*TH> A ~9CM~1TT*
jlx? >3 n A^JCi
Aeainpt Wind. Storms, Cyclones and 4
THE undersigned is now prepared to
write Insurance against loss oy Wind, y"Tg
Storms, Cyclones and Tornadoes, at reasonable
rates, for tenns of one, three or gfl
L N. WITHERS, &ffl
Agent Home In. Co., of New York.