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BY W. A. LEE AND HUGH WILSON. ABBEVILLE, S. C., FRIDAY. OCTOBER 28,1870. VOLUME Xtlll-m^ST'.
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The Waving Banner of Healtl
v ' :o:
A GREAT AND GOOD MEDICINE.
Heinitsh's Queen's Delight
.The New Theory of Health.
Tfo life of all Flesh is Blood?The
Health of nil Life is Purity of
Fle?b?Without purity of
Blood no Flesh can bo
HEZNirSffS QUEEN'S DELIGHT,
An antidote of Disease.
The Great American Alterative and BIoo
.For the core of those Diseases
wbieh may be ,ed h?? viiwteci
coaditiun of tt<6 Blood.
THe theory is that Blood >% *b? kife (
<of -all Fle?h, aod if impure, (he Z?<r<} ?f 8
Dismase. Life aod Health is oofy to b
maintained by the circulation of pure /trie
Such as Scrofula, Rheumatism. Hepaii*
TWr<W?. Inflnmatioos, Fevers, Livej
Complaint, Consumption, King's Evil
Carbuucte*, Boil*,' Ituliiog Humor of tlx
Skin, Erysipelas, Skin Diseases, Tetter
Roughness of the Skin*, Piuipta, Blotches
Pain in the Bones, old Ulcere, Syphilis aut
Syphilitic Sores, lodigefctiap, Inflxtotnatioa
of the Bladder and Kidnej6, Pains ir
the Back, General Debility, and for al
complaint* arising from deficiency anc
poverty of blood.
Eienitsh's Queen's Delight
Is tha Wonder of Modern Science.
No medicine has attained such a worldwide
reputation as this justly celebrated
I??ertraordidftry healing powers are attested
'to by thousands, and every mail u
reighted 'with letters bearing testimony tc
ts excellent character and worth as a med
cine Orders are coming in from alt qunr
lert, and wtl bear unioitlitkable evidenced
its threat popularity. Be sure.and ask for
"HEiKiTSii's Queen's Delight." Awl
see ibut bit- name is on it.
Look out and avoid base imitations.
'FISI1EK & BEIJttTSH,
Columbia, S. C.
For **le by all Drogjista.
Octolier 29. i860. 27?ly.
ROBERT WOOD & CO.,
GMASEMi 1E0N WORKS.
GAEDSN ??d Otneierv ?rlornmM>u,.Oast,
Wrought Iron and Wire Railings, Fountains,
Ywi, Verandas, Settees, Ai bora, Chairs,
Spiral end straight, in every variety of patUrns
Kew and improved styles cf Hay Rucks
Mangers, Stable Fixtures,Stall Divisions, 4c.
PATENT WIRE WORK.
Railings, Store Fronts, Door and Window
Guards, Farm Feociog, Ja.
Having fitted np our Foundry with special
reference to above class of woik, we are now
prepar?d to fill witU promptness all orders for
broure Castings of Statuary, colossal, heroic,
and life size.
ORNAMENTAL IRON GOODS.
The largest assortment to bo found in the
United States, al! of which aie executed wivh
the express view of p'en itg the ia*ie, while
they comhiue ail the requisites of beauty and
aubstamial construe; irn.
Purchasers may rely on having aH avtiels
carefully box^d aud chipped to the place
Designs wili be sent to those who wish to
make a selection.
May 20, 1870. 4-6m.
i in urn mm
MADE on Colicn Sboped by the undersigned
3ie?sre>L0A^ & SIGTN10US, C!iarIes(oo
" W. C. COURTNEY & Co., '
* TRENHOLM & 00?
? D. J. FOLY BRO. <fc CO.. Bait.
- SMITH, DUNNJHG & WOODWARD.
? AUSTELL, 1NMAN & CO..N. Y.
HOPKINS. DW1GHT <fc TROWBRIDGE,
>A*d othen not tneuiooed.
- Horwood, DuPre & Co.
Sfpi. 8,1870, 20, li
rt hi ,j n_i t>?:i
ureeuvuie aim tgiumum xvanroad.
GtStEAL kCPEtlKTEOENT 8 OFFICI,
Comjmcu. 8. C., July 25,1S70.
ON ??d af'Cr MONDAY, A?!g"?>t l*t,
the following; Scl^dul- will be ran daily, Sue
day excepted. cmecUug with N'ght Tr.<inaon
South Ca.olino S >ad. up nud ('own, end with
Night Tiaia on Charlotte, Coljrahia aodAugu?ta
Road goiog South:
Lc?ve foWbia. 8.1S a m
" Al?loo 9.88 a m
- M N?wberry, 11.03 ft ru
Arrir^Ablieviile, S..T0 p ra
" Audci'soi). 4.80 p m
M Greenville, 6.00 p m
leave Greenville, 7.00 a ra
? Anderson, 7.3'lam
' Abbeville, 9.' 0 a m
M N^w'iujy, 12.47 a m
M Alston, 2 SO a m
Arrive Columbia, 8.45 a m
JOHN H. MORE,
Kinsman & Howelly
Factors and Commission
Liberal Advances made on
? Cotton and Naval Stores,
Oolxm.'bia, IS. O.
: iGSJK CANE MILL!
LET OP PRICES,
I 3 Rollers 14 incb.es diameter SSoJ
.8 u 12 M 475,<
,3 ? 10 u
I a * 14 v " *65,1
| 2 " 12 ? *50,1
2 ? 10 " $40,<
; Abo?e prices complete with fi'am
Withott frame 810,00 less on ea<
I SEVENTY GALLON SOU
Delnered at ihe Railroad Depot in
Slenra Engines, Boilers, Cotton Press*
Grist aid Suw Will Gearing of nil tin
to ord?r. Iron and Brass Castings, <
short 10lice aod niosl i easanable terms.
Oin fiparinf constantly on hand of tl
| ~ o ~"7 , *
9 feet wheel. and pinion, &J0.C
10 M; " 44 u ,'432.?
11 - ? ? ? .'35.C
12 " u 44 u "45.C
14 44 41 " 44 "50.1
Wilh Bolls $6 50. Exira fur each rc
Antifriction plate* and Balls for Co
)i Pre a $10.00 and fel2.00, per set.
N. II Terms Cash on delivery, at ]
JOHN ENBIGHT, Ag't,
Abbeville C. H.
May 24,1870, 4?tf.
M A* ****** M
A. J. SALINAS
Factor aii Comiission MeuM
South. Allonlic Wharf\
Charleston, S. C.
Liberal Advances Made on Cotlo\
REFERENCES: First Notional Bant. Pe
1 '? ' ? 1 *? i ^11?i ? lj n .
p>e s national uaus, o. , jicw
Miller <t liobei uou, Abbeville.
I6T Liberal Cash Advances will 1
made by us on Colton consigned 1
Al- A r .Qti 11 ri n Q ?
iU.li Al tf I MUIIUUQI
Miller & Robertson.
Abbeville, Sept. 16, 1S70, 6m
Heavy & Ligir
T* A nriKT STT)TT1 ?
For sale by
Mays; Barnwell & Co.
Sept. 16,1870, 21?tf
Estate of Sarah Mm, Dec
Settlement Nov. 8th, 1870.
1 T.T. Pflfnons indebted to the Estate i
A. orgwl lo prompt p.'vment; iltoseh
ine demands agi?insi it anust present tL<
befoie the above dale or be b:ur?*d.
J. H. WIDEMAN,
S ?pt. 9. ! 570, 20, 8t
Mess Mackerel, Extra ?o.
EXTRA Ho. 2,
and Large No. 3 Macker<
in BUS., half B Is., quarter LUs., a
Norwood, DuPre & Co.'s
Sept. 23; 1870 23-lf
n IMPROVEMENT IN FENCING.
\ Saves its Cost in land
|J saved, and Facility
GREAT paving of limber can be made
of anything!hat will not break of
own weight A rat may get through
it and a squirrel may climb over but all
other animals may stay out. The wind
I can not blow it down, needs very little
' repair, and the timber will Inst longer than
in any other known fence. The subscriber
ia Agent for Abbeville County and will sell
rights for plantations and for townships.
Come up on Sale Day and for further pari/tnloro
5n rorra rrJ ?/> P TIuimq' Tmmnvefl
... ?w ^ . ~- r
Pulent Wire and Picket Fence, apply to
J. W. THOMAS,
Agent Abbeville, S. C,
jflLI aSQy |
1? I Family K nitting Machine.
Will bt? exhibited at Mr. Brazeale's. Tliis
| machine speaks for itself, and is destined
i to revolutionize hon^ehold industry. We
^ do not wish to abuK? 'b? time honored
needles, but most say tli^t *ven for ordinary
use their d?y is at an en^? This
00 great and cheap invention lO'W every
DO thing, Specimens of manufactured ar~
30 tides exhibited. Call and see for ^our30
J0 J. W. THOMAS, Agent.
Abbeville, S. C.
e. .April 15, 1870, 51?tf
Formerly tne "uonaia mill."
FE MILL, long aftd favorably known
as the "DONALD MILL," b?s been
purchased, by os. and we have repaired il
)(J tlioroix/blv?pullingio a near and splendid
j' SMUTTER (the finest that is in use)?
n a NEW BOLTING CLOTH, together
wuh NEW MACHINERY, fiom the
WHlerwheel to ilie garreL
je This work has been done in a substan
tial and workmanlike manner by the most
experienced and skillful Millwrights in the
country,and we believe ihe Mill now lobe
q in a beiiercondiiioo lban it eveit was in
IQ i'.s palraie&t days.
IQ Tbe old Friends and Customers of tbe
Iq M'll are resperi'tilly invited to return lo
i( tbe Mill iIihl in days "lang e^De'' served
* tliem so wpII and IhuIiIuIIv.
MK. HUTCHISON, ' wbo has bud
p> mtu-b experience as Miller, will Lave
clmige of ilie Will, mid will give bis undivided
atlerjtiou lo tbe wauls of ibeir customer.
Jnlv 9Q 1R70 13. 4in
Improved Cotton Gins. |
'* MclENBEN'S PATENT.
TtlE suhM-nbpr r>n?cliaepcl lwo ycai*
?oo. McLENDEN'S PATENT IMPROVEMENT
TO COTTON GINS,
for the Coun.ieS of Abbeville, EdgeBeltl,
^ and Newbenv ; and in iliat time has sold
many of them, and to tlie enlite sali>fi)Plion
of Imp patrons. Tbe improvement is
applied to llieold gin a luflio* expense;
and wiili ihtse m.<te?i.?l advanuges?ihat
it will enable I lie Gut io pin irom onefouith
10 ooe-ihitd more and to produce
30 a cleaner and bener linr, He lia3 numetotis
< eiiificaie^ fiom coitor) plan lets lo litis
effect, and also lioin coiion luiver*, suiinjj
that the cotton I>oin this Improved Gin
will command from one lo one a.ltalf cents
moie p?r pound. Ageuis will be sent out,
_ and the public patronage is solicited in
BeliaMe "leniR wanted.
E. F. PARKER.
Calhoun's Mills. Augu t 12,1870, 10,if
t ir - n i?
insure lour rroperiy,
5, LIVERPOOL & LONDON
Atrot? in (Inlil <tl7 0(111 flflfl Hfl
- I Hfll)UlO 1U UUiU, l|Jll,UUU,UUU,UU
(|t Losses adjusted promptly and paid
without deduction at tho agency iu
Charleston, S. C.
W. H. PARKER. Agent,
ire at Abbeville, S. C.
J* March 18,1870,47?tf
"J IIS tho season for Sowing Wheat
jHl and other small grains approaches,
to secure a full yield, every farmer
should supply himself with some
o Fertilizer, and there is none hotter
' than the CAROLINA, which can
nd bo had by applying to
Miller & Robertson.
Sept. 23, ISTO, 22, tf
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.We have in
Which we 0
JllOMp ? OiVll
WILL take Cotton at Market pri
friends soon with the
T. L C0LE1
October 7, 1870, 24?4t
Carpets, Oil Cl<
Rugs, Mats, Crumbs Cloths, Ha:
Lace Curtains, Cornices, Bands
Damasks, Reps, Terrys, Center
Kpreen, Hair, Cloth and Trimn
Picture Tassels, Cords and Nail
Wall Papers, Borders, Paper Sh
The above new goods of our own importation i
&s in an v house Noi ill or South.
Our customers and the publio ore invited to call
Ca; pete made and laid promptly. Oil Cloth? cu
madeaud put up, and all ia the Upholstering line
James G. Bail
A leo, aZ largeand Select Stock of
Choice. Family Groceries, J
Wood and Willow Ware, o
October 7, 1870,
Soflti Carolina?AMeTillB County.
In Common Fleas.
Equity Side. *
Willis G. Harm, Ex'r, vs. G. A. Addisoo,
M, C. T?gg<?rt, nnd oibers. j
Bill for Account) <&c.
PURSUANT to order of Court in ibis case,
the creditors of liizibelh Harris, deo'd,
ate hereby notified lo yt'enerit an-1 prove their
dt-roand'" a^iiiiibt ino -md deceased before me,
at my otiice, on or befoie ihe 12th day of No- Z
vewber next, or be barred. I
C C. P.
Clerk's OfHca, AhKeville Co., )
12'.h Aug'Utl, 187<>, Rrn J
M Carolina-AliWe Coitj.
In Common Picas.
Patrick H. Rrarlley and Marv Janp Dendy, m
Ex'r and Ex't'x, vs. Jolin C. Vauce,1 J
Ex'r, and others.
Bill to Sell Real Estate, Sic.
PURSUANT to order of Court in this e?9e,
the creditors of Allen Vance. dt-e'd, are
hereby notified 10 pre-ent and prove ibeir de- y
niand" Against the said deceased before at
my office on or before ihe 12ih day of November
next, or bailed. v
MAI fHEW MeDONALD. C
C. C. P. V
Clerk's Office, Abbeville Co., )
12ih Aug., 1870, Sm J
M CaraM-AWle County. ^
In Common Fleas.
Mary Wilson, Ex'r, vs. James A. Reid,
F.x'r. Run If nf NVwhprrw Pt nl
Bill for Sale of Peal Estate, Marshall ^
Jhssrli, <fcr. 8
PURSUANT l o Order of Court, in this cn?e,
llieoeditn b of John R. Wilson, rlec'd,
ure hereby notified lo present nnd prove tlieir
demand* ajainau the said deceased be-fore me,
oi my office, ou or be lore the 12th day of November
ueit, or be bar ml,
C. U, P.
Clerk's Office, Abbeville Co.,)
12tb August, 1370, 3m J
m ,i #>t ! i i i m
m uama-AMir irony..
In Common Pleas. 1
Tho3. C. Perrin, Ex'r, vs. Kitry C. Perrin,
Bill to Sell Real Estate, <6c, ?
PURSUANT lo l.ite Order or Court in this
cate, the creditors of Jains M Perrin,
dee'd. ar<> notided tliat the time for them lo
present :<nd p>ov? ibeir demand* itg 'iu>t B*id
deceased i? extended nnlil first ?'>ay of Jenutfry
next-, bv wlticb lime tiie demands must be
proved, or ofediton will be b-vi-d
0. C. P.
m-u. r\m~- n. 1 J
Uirrik B vuiw* n')ur*mc vu., f
12t.li August, 1S70,6ui J
Suit! Carolina-A We County.
In Common Pleas, . i
Equity Side, j
George W. Williams & Co., vs. Sophro- ?
oia A. Allen, and others. i
. Bill for Account, <&c.
PURSUANT 1o Orde:* of Court in tlii*P88?,
llie cred tors of GE'JROE A. ALLEN, ?dec'd,
me hereby notifi?*u ton n?nt end piuve J
their unna?c1? Hg?iiisi ilie hp? > deet-a-ed before
nw, on or Ite'ore the 12lti u"V of Noveiubcr J
next, at my office, or t? bailed.
MATTHEW McDONALD. i
C. C. P. *
Cle'k's Office, AbWvi"0 Co.,,)
% \ ^
. Store our
ffer Low to
1 A HTT
ice for all dues, hope to see our
staple to settle up.
HAN & CO.
iit an?? r mi -niiiiTTiT i , ?
Tassels and Loops. *
s, Piano and Table Covers,
ades, Screens, &c.
ova hattt 'k.iin/v anil fsill V/i ma Imp
-* v uwn wbiug u^vuguj huu nm ww wm *0 jwit
and examine them.
t and laid; Window abade* hung; Cart aim
done promptly by competent workmen, by
ie & Brother.
>n our lower floor.
A Full Stock of
lair Brushes and Combs
Always on Hand.
Llso, Tooth Brushes, Finger
Brushes, Cloth Brushes, '
lat Brushes, Shoe Brushes. |
W. T. PENNEY.
October*7, 1870, 24, tf I
Coat! of 2,700 Acres.
rHIS is one of tho most valuable .
Plantations in Abbeville which I
rill Lease in parts or in the whole,
'all on roe at my place near Abbeille
JOHN A. CALHOUN, s
Sept. 23, 1870, 22 - tf
W. T. PENNEY,
ABBEVILLE, 8. C.,
Im constantly on band a complete I
Of every descriplion at
At the Lowest Prices
F O Ti CASH.
Oct, 7,18:0, 24, tf
In Great Profusion, at
W. T. PENNEY'S.
October 7, 1870, 24, tf
A. National Family Sewing
WAS left with Mr. W. C. "MOORE
for repairs, and was taken by
mistake, during his absence, by the
.vrong person. It was called for by a
small white boy and delivered to him.
[t is hoped that whoever is iu posseslion
of said Maohine will return it to
Sir. Moore, or the undersigned.
W. E. LIXK.
Oct. 8, 1870, 24, 3t
At the Furniture Store,
jarge Germai Plate Looking Glasses
1 lot of German Glass Plates
to Till Old Frames. .
Are now Receiving their n
In inviting the attention of the
v their notice especi
Ana ilomestic &
Which having been bonght at nnnsn
lower than they have been in many
WHICH THEY AR1
LOWEST M A.
October 14, 1870, 25, tf
n iiiiiii j
100 LBS. CHOICI
Gctobor 14, 1870, 26?tf
. i. ' ;
Can now be hs
Oct. 14,1870, 25, tf
Cassimeres, Cloths, Sh
Collars and Ties, G.
Boots and Shoes,
NOV READY F
Octobcr 14, 1870, 25, tf
On New York
THE subscriber is now selling Nev
York Exchange at par. Plan
b -rs and merchants and all others de
jiring to invest would do well to cul!
Sept. 29,1870, 30?tf
SHIPPERS OF COTTOJi
THE subscriber is now receivin
an1 shipping Consignments c
fYiftnn tr? tltA liAAr Vrtw Ynrlf TlnilSP
upon which ho is prepared to mak
liberal advances. Planters may sen
on their cotton with the assurance <
having their orders promptly attendc
Jept. 30, 1870.23- tf
WE HAVE on hand and are r<
ceiving the following sizes:
12-24 _ 24-80
Parker $ lee.
?-i'i i 'I;. - jf
t INTER STOCI
NWELL & C(
sual varied Stock of Fall a
jr Goods, . .
sir friends and patrons, thrf would (
ally to their prices on /, x
sods, of all Kinds,
ally low figures, vill be sold, at pric
years. They keep on hand
, Bacon, Sugai
E OFFERING AT THE
'"> '* . * s T
11 .1 11II I .IIS
3 GOSHO BUTTER.
/'j. i'JlJi- V: '* $ iSJ
. . i - . frf
id at the Store o:
ivm >n *%t - a a/
thmuln & ui
- "UVv-1 V s?
irts and Drawers,
loves and Half Hose,
New Style Hats, &c., &
PERRIN & CO.
- y . i
Made on Cotton shipped 'through
to the best Houses in Ntfw York, B
timoro and Charleston.
Norwood, DuPre & Co.
Sept. 30, 1870, 23-tf
CALICOS AND HARDWAR
just received, at*
'. NORWOOD, DuPRE & C0,S'
Sept. 30, 1870, 23?tf
^! Lari, Flour, Meal Grist, Mote
? SYRUPS, COFFEE,
d Sugar, Tea and Cliocolal
just received, and for sale, by
NORWOOD, DuPKE & CO.
? ? . ftA -in?A no A. ?}
i, Yeast Powder!
f\H. PRICE'S CREAMliki*
0 jj POWDERS, fur
Trowbridge & Co.
Accurately and promptly doz
G; A. TMimT.Afi
v i ?; Ci;i
-? .. .. . ^
L. regard to tbe^mam^
very 8??n/ an^ wUi _
nd Charleston and ColQmbia,. i^og tH'0
forthcoming Fairs. Tbis will
to pabliah the following cari, wi<* J
e0 date of New York^October^-, ^ ^j|
P) been going the ronnds 6f t!i? preM.
For reasons of ? bosine?s njtnre, Ij:
was advised not to publish ,,marM
to SignorP. Brignoli rtmt&M:
Scotland, Montreal, Canada, by E(P
L J. M. Jenkins, P. P." ,
I " I BEEF SiEAK;iEdit9?
u. n*v? ma?#*--** ***
ouiuyaior:?,w ncayoucutup a bK
select Buch.pieces as will rtateajgW
- steaks?-in hot weathers let the pwees
T weigh ^four or 'five ^pouods, !^^^
off a piece lor 'cooking, be eoMiiii
rub meal over the fresh cot sdfrface.
L7/ This plap will enable yon to %??
*7- The first week of last July/Tw??
andlbnng npa^iecfe^wfeich kepf&Mft
one week, using- some OfitaflWtty
morning- , Jko. T. ftoNguBto
bis young neighbor Jom#. - 'SiHrak^Awfl^
bows I have put op for ToOnS^.**
I married: he ?an improve on j* TO* be ra?kqa
mooey. "Do ^<ro<*ll Ibia a Mr.
th? stair-fand the door? aw
?wo? eo io a year that it will ljUBBfcMlto*
sibie to open and shnt tbete. ;dW^^re
ftbe bouws'm most^eooafcrtiS^fe^ When
you build a bouse for yatir am 6a, write
first to P. P. To?le, Charlatonf flt Clt. th?*l*r?
. est manofaeturer of door% iajfc bfimkAc..
^ intb^ Soatbern SUtea^ ^ ^ ^ la
A FAMILY MEDIOR.
We call the epvcial attention of ?p readers
to that favorite home remedy, Peirfc jBavis'a
PAIN 'KILLER. Ii bas been Wore^ffifrpub- ,
lie over thirty years, and probably bmfc<4r$der
and butler imputation iban any otli^if proprietary
medicine of the preaent day.. WjW;.
n [f?riK<WTAt8 TKOX THJt ?EE88]
Ci Thts l'Hnedy ir wellkaova lob? ogeoCi?
very best ever offered to the pnblio- In aTfiajithat
it is represented to be. The testimonials L .
* in its favor reaching Imofc *? >!? ?/ ? ??
and the experience of a long teat inconteatibly
prove it to be of the moatteliftbte apetdfiAa of
the age.?Old North Stale.
We cheerfully add our testimony in favor
thia mediciae.?'Awian Uilixen. -J
> Dattb'5 Padt Koike.?We hart-tested HAT
medicine, and assure our readers that it iya(
only p6S'*? aaee all the virtee claimed for it,
but in many instances anipaaaea aav other remedv
we have ever' known:--HercJdof Gotpd W
It ia really a valuable inedieine*-it ia used
by many Phyaiciani?ifoffon TrabeUcr. .
I have used Dftvia' Pain Killer,and consider
it ao indispensable ^article in the medicine boi.
It haa effected euree in diarrhoea, and forenta
? and bruiaea it ia i uyaluable.?N. 7. Jlxamhur.
M RnAWB J- *-?" ***" '
i-r-T? ~ ? .u?v. an;u connoetpaaHoa
bv both Druggist and Physician.?FhUadtlphia
Known almost'umTersal'y to be a good remp.
edy for burns, find other pains of the body?
and i?, valuable, nofc only for colds in wlafrr,
but for various summer complaints.?Chrittian
'There is no medicine 1 value so highly as the
Pain Killer?have use*.' it for years, ana ft eve
ry instance it has proved a sovereign remedy.
* ?Meutngtr, Glent Fatli, N. Y.
ICS. ... A TORPID SIST^ ,. . r
Sometimes, without any assignable cause
the physical strength and anldtal spirits give
way, and a strange torpor falls alike on the
. body and intellect.- There is little or no pain
'e? perbspi, but the n?tnrSl vigor and elasticity
of tiie nervous and muscular system seems to
have departed, and an indifference to the pleasures
of life, and even of its grave responsibilities,
takes the place ot that osrneet interest it
both which characterises every well balanced
talnd when in a healthy condition. . ''
This state of partial collapse is often the preg.
.monitory symptoms of s?me serious malady.
I B indicates uamistakabty that ihe viul powers
arelan^uishing audneed astunulaat In such
uiMes vue enecc 01 a iew aosee 01 uoet*tter's
rg Stomach Bitters is wonderfully beneficial
The great tonic wakes op the system from its
dose. The secretions and the circulation
receive a new impetus. The relaxed nerves
recover their elasticity under the operation of
the specific, like the slackened strength of a
musical instrument in the process of toning
Lethargy and debility an replaced by energy
and vigor, the spirits rise, and lift that almost
seemed! a burden while the season of depression
lasted, becomes once more enjoyable.
| That such a Radical change should be proy
duced by a remedy entirely devoid of the powerful
alkaloids and minerals so extensively'
16 used in modern practice, may seem incredible1
to those who pin their foith on the medicinal
effiosoy of active poisons, but if theee. skeptics '
will take the trouble to inquire of thoee who
have tested the corrective and alterative virtues
of the Bitters under the circumstances d+>
eribed, they will find the statement te
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