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E,i the undersigned. MERCHANTS <
Charlent.S. C., rpetielly announce to ti
BUSESS MEN of teSouth that we are d<
siroes of iacilitating an early resur.p -ion of bus
nesa reatona between our respective commun
Our stocks of MERCHANDISE for the Sprin
Will be large. comprising a complete assortmez
of all GOODS suitable for the Southern Market,
and have been selected with great care by me:
Oftva nt with the wants and tastes of th
Southern people. Possessing ample facilities fo
Pmbaaning, both at home and abroad, while ou
expenses, in comparison with other cities, ar
amal" we feel confident in saying that we wil
be able to sell GOODS as cheap as the sam
articles can be purchased in any city in th
We are prepared to respond to any CALL the
may be made in our respective lines of business
and to fill at any time any responsible ORDER.
The facilities for TRANSPORTATION betweei
here and all points are easy, quick and rapid
and we have been creditably informed by th
President of the South Carolina Railroad tha
freights betw: n here and Aue sta will be re
duced in rates as low as that o: any competinl
We hope that by the employment of the gaea
of energy and industry, the whole o
Southern country made desolate by the wa
my speedily be reorganized to the mutual ad
vattage and general preperity of all.
Foreign,IDomestic and Fancy Dry Goods.
Marshall, Burge & Bowen, 14.3 Meeting street.
Johnston, Crews & Co., 41 Hayne street.
Crane, Boylston a Co., corner Mieeting, Marke
and Hayne streets.
Strauss, Vancess & Co., 130 Meeting street
corner Meeting and Hazel streets.
Milnor Wilbur & Martin, Meeting street.
Edwin Bates & Co.. Meeting street.
oy'es & Vail, 145 Meeting street.
.taU Webb & Co., 287 King street.
I L. 'alk &'3 King street.
Drucker 306 King street.
J,B Read Co., 263 King street.
aney Goods, Hosiery, Furnishing Goods, &c
- orth Steele and Wardell, 167 Meeting street
EjW nd Sell, northeast corner Meetini
John S. Fairly and Co.. 87 Hayne street.
Levy Drucker,8 &6 King street.
Millinery and Fancy Goods.
JaI t g~and 1SeII, northeast corner Meetini
D. R. Williams and Co., (successers to Wil
liama and Covert,) 122 Meeting street.
dlwin Bates and Co., Meeting street.
I. L. Falk, 303 King street.
Murphy, Little and Co., 161 Meeting and 21i
larker and Child, 13 East Bay.
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings.
J. S. Phiips, (successor to Edgerton and Rich
$rds, 32B Broad street.
Eats, Caps and Straw Goods.
-F. Horsey, (successors to Horsey, Auten and
Co.,) 25 Hayne street.
D.;. Williams and Co., [successor to William:
and :overt. 122 Meeting street.
ptetings,Oil Clots, Matting, Bugs, Doo
NEats, Crumb Cloths and Step Taddars.
C. D. Carr and Co., Hasell street.
Drugs and Medicines.
Goedrich, Wineman and Co., [ Old Southerr
Hrg ouse,] Direct Importers and Wholesalt
D 1u5its Meeting street.
Jwie and Moise, Southern Drug H ouse
-sceaesors to King and Cassidy,J 151 Meetinj
* 1per, Stationery, Printing, Binding and
Joseph Walker, corner Meeting and Markel
3oos, Shos Trunks, &c.
3. B. Stoddard and Co., 165 Meeting street.
TK N Bristou;, tsuccessors to Du:ahamn, Tafl
Ag.,149 Meeting street.
-.D. P. Fleung and Co., 2 Hayne street.
h~ardwDaly, Agent, 141 Meeting street.
hidlmr, Barness Makers anid Inporters of
Hastie, Calhoun and Co., 39 Hayne street.
Essay 'oods,uirework, Toys, Confection
-F. Tea Santes, I established 1851,] 29J King
Juperters oftrench Confectionaries, Toys, &c
W. Kinsman, established 1838,j 273 King
1-Winnean;279 King street.
W. .L. Webb,-suecessor to Webb and Sage,
M'?am G. Whlldeu and Co.,-formnerly
owBnand:Palma-11 Hayne street.
ee, W. Willims and Co. corner Hayvne and
W. H: Chafee, 207 East Bay, opposite New
Oco.W~&Ir~e nd Co., corner East Bay and
-and Bro., 132.East Bay.
. Moei~, 9Hayne strcet.
1onlne.:rrAois,-8 East Bay oorner Vendue
Gurney,,102 East Bay.
* ischof and Co., 197 East' Bay.
madO'NeiL,189 East Bay
4~SB.HoPpoek,.185 East Bay.
3a*rsre, CatIery, Guns and Direct
RasBe. Calhoun and Co., 29 Hayne-stroe.
JE A eand Co 139 Meeting street.
Bse an Co., 88 Bae street.
awas, Ranges, Grates, Plumbers, Tin Wsre
* adAHouse Turnisbing Good
Adams, Damon and Co., at the old stand, 16
Manufacturers of Tin Ware.
?heeherd and Cohen,297 King street.
Deaersin Timners' GQods cnd Tools.
Shepherd and Cohen. 297 King street.
- Sashes, Doors and Blinds.
WK7. Bird and Co., 2~3 East Bay.
.c;rmveley. 2 East Bay.
00z5 ~, Glass. Varnishes and Ls.mps.
W ..-Bird and Co.. 203 East Bay.
Ame anid Calder, 126 Meeting street.
Wine and Liquor Merchants.
G leo. W. Clarke and Co., corner East Bay and
A. B. Jarvs. 82 East Bay.
Oeo.L U. Jzoppost, 185 East Bay.
7aetars sad Commiasion Merchants.
Geo. W. Williams and Co., corner Hayne and
,Ship Brokers aul General Commission
Uisleg and Creighton, tornier East Bay and
#ippers of Timber and Lmaber to Foreign
llisley and Creighton, corner East Blay and
r.b 27, 1867. 2mo.
STATE OF SOUTHI CARO)LINA
By J ohn T. Peterson, Ordinary of Newberry
Whereas, N. B. Knox has applied to
me for Letters of Administration, on all and
s.ingular the goods and chattels, rights and
eredits of Saraih Y. Johns, late of the district
aforeso Li decesed:
-- These are therefore to. cite and admonish
all jus&singUlar, the kindred and creditors of
the said deeased, to be and appear before
me, at o next Ordinary's Court for the
saul Dist~t to be holden at Newberry Court
Wouse on heIW5.th of March next, to show
eause, if any iPhy the said Administration
shuld not be granted.
*Given under m'y band and seal, this 11th
*day of.March, i'n the yeer of our Lord one
thoursand eight hundred and sixty-seven.
.JOHN T. PETERSON, 0. N. D.
mar 13 2t..
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Jy To~P Peterson, Ordinary of Newberry
Whereas, James Lester has applied
to me for-Letters of Administration, Debonis
Dissolution of Copartnership.
NEwlEBERRY, February 19th,1867.
The firm heretofore existing under the name
and style of GIRARDEAU and KITTLEBA\D is
this day dissolved by mutual consent, G. M.
Girardeau is alone authorized to close the ac
counts of the firm. The books are in his pos
session for settlement.
Feb 27 9 3 S. D. KITTLEBAD.
ACL persons indebted to the estate of
JOSEPII CIICPP, dec'd, will make payment
to, and those having demands againt the
t same, will present them duly attested to me,
on or before the 13th day of March next,
as a settlement will be made on the estate
on that day. WM. W. IUSEAL,
t Feb. 20~S-4t. Ex'or.
t All persons having claims against the E tate
f of Col. James M. 31affett, dec'd, are requested to
r hand them in properly attested, on or before the
- 1st of April. All persons indebted to said estate,
are requested to make payment.
A. J. KILUOlE, Agent of Adm'r.
March 6 2
All persons holding demands against the
Estate of henry M. Livingston, dec'd, are
hereby notified to hand them in properly at
tested on or before the first day of May next,
as a settlement will be made on said estate
on that day.
If more convenient they may be left with
the Ordinary. W. C. M. LIVINGSTON,
March 4th, 1867. 2mo Adm'r.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In Equity-Newberry District. L. C.
Kibler and others vs Nancy Aull and
others. Bill for account, injunction sale
- of land, to pay debts and to appoint
It appearing to my satisfaction that John
Martin Aull, one of the defendants to .e
Bill resides bevond the limits of this State.
It is ordered, that he do plead, answer or
demur to said Bill within three months from
the oublication of the rule, or the same
will be taken pro confesso against him.
SILAS JOH NSTONE, C.E.N.D.
Corn's Office, Feb. 25--10-tf.
IN reply to a Notice published in last
week's paper, by J. Y Harrie forewatrning all
persons not to settle with, R. C. Wright, the
notes and accounts of the firm of Harris &
Wright, as he is not the proper one, I say
it was very unjust in him in so doing, as I
furnished all the funds that star ted the firm,
with the assistance of Col. W. S. Chalmners
as my surety. The conditions of the firm
Iwere, I purc-hased a stock of goods from
Henry Hlalfaecre, to the amount of 9777 and
some cents, and J. Y. Halrris was to put
in the same amount in money, which he did
not do, ad never did put in one dallar.
Now who has the right to settle the firm ?
The debt still hangs over me and my surety,
to be paid. J..Y. Harris has received as
much or more of the assets of the firm than
I have. I have employed a lawyer and
stated the facts to him, in every partieular,
and the law shall settle the whole-matter.
Feb. 27-9-3t. R. C. WRIGHT.
Confectioneries, Fruiits, Fish, &c.
DR. T. GOUIN
Opposite the Hotel,
And next door to PaySinger's
Has now in store one of the most complete
and carefully selected stocks of
Choice Family Supplies,
Segars, Smoking and Chew
Ever before offered in this market, to an ex
amination of which he respectfully invites
public attention. feb 6 6
Shad, Shad, &c.
I WILL have Shad and Fresh Fish of all
kinds every Wednesday and Saturday, at
the lowest Charleston prices.
A. M. RISER.
Country Cured Bacon.
For sale by
MAYES & MARTIN.
THE undersigned is prepared to put up
a Irress that wili press a hale 6 by 322
wi th the help of two men-each bale weigh
ing five hundred pounds. 12 feet will
co\er the space occupied by the Press. It
is a neat affair, of compound- power, without
screws, cheap, reliable, and substantial
-and of simple construction and easily
managed. There if no friction -in this
Press, and so durable that it will last a
life-time. J. S. THOMPSON,
March 6-10-tf. Eelena.
By order of Wnm. F. Duric.e, Esq., Or
dinary of Edgefield District, I will seli
05YFR?IDAY, 22d INST.,
At the late residence of STANMORE B.
CHAPPELL, deceased, the personal pro
perty of sard deceasedi, consisting of
The attention of Physicians
Planters, and the People gen"
erally, is called to our
FRESi T OCK
Drugs and Medicines,
which we are now
AT COST FOR CASH !
All will find it to their in
terest to give us a call. Next
door to M. Barre & Son.
S. POPE, M. D.,
Feb27 9 Agent.
I Will Sell My Entire
For the purpose of making a change ir
I'his stock has been lately received, and
consists in part of the following
TEA, of different qualities.
G. if. GIRARD*EAUJ.
arriages, Buggies; 'Wagons.
A New Carriage
GAR THE DEPOT IN ONE OF WM.
The subscriber being a practical Carriage
aker by trade, having arranged with com
petent workmen, for carrying on his busi
ness in a workmanlike manner, he announ
ces to the citizens of New berry and surroun
ding country, that he is ready to receive
orders for newv work, Carriages, or Bug
gies, &c., of any style or pattern that par
ties may wish. And if their work is not
done acoording to order parties will not be
mdelr any obligation to-take it, when done.
Give him~a trial, is all he asks. Old Car
riages an't Buggies renovated and made, to
look equal to new, at reasonable prices. A
iberal share of patronage is solicit d.'
He is in monthly receipt of patterns of
all the latest styles-in vogue; parties order
ing can have a fine selection to choose from.
A few Buggies on hand for sale.
Dcc. 19 51 6mno. J. TAYLOR.
Newberry C. H., So. Ca.,
Respectfully informs the citizens of New
berry and surrounding country that having
WISEMAN & WILBER,
General Commission and
Respectfully announce that they have now
on hand a fresh assortment of articles in
their line, to which they solicit early atten
A B C, Powdered and Crushed.
Rio, two qualities.
S. H. Syrup, a
Sides and S. C. Hams, Breakfast Strips. B3
Gallon, half gallon, quarter gallon.
in Cans, French, (in bottles) Flour, Candles,
Cheese, Salt, Candles. So. p, Spices, Teas,
Fruits. Wooden Ware, Mackerel, Dutch Her
ring, Salmon, Oysters, Matches, and Crock
Corn, Peas and Potatoes, Barley, and new
Buckwheat Flour, Nuts and Fire Crackers,
for the holidays.
Above please find memorandum in part of
our stock, which we trust is sufficient to
warrant us a call. December 12
F.Ell GROfERIES, &C,
JUST RECEIVED, X
And consisting in part as follows:
Sugars, all grades, from 15 ets.
to 25 cts., coffee, bacon, lard, tea, cheese, -
mackerel in kits, half barrels and barrels,
Liverpool and table salt, flour in barrels,
self-raising flour, new rice, soaps-bar, cas
tile and toilet; candles, starch, indigo,
madder, copperas,blue stone, pepper, spice, all
ginger, sod', pickles-all sorts and sizes; th<
oysters, .sardines, nutmegs, nmace, cloves,
cinamion bark, yeast powders, mustard,
blueing, candies, raisins, lemons, oranges, S
apples, vinegar, molasses, concentrated lye. thi
Tobacco, snuff and cigars. all grades; N(
tubs, buckets, blue and brass bound, all C
sizes ; seives, brooms, water dippers,black
ing and brushes, curry combs, cotton and
wool cards, jim-crow cards, nails, axes,
pocket and table cutlery, tacks, awls, spey
ing needles, &c. Notions of all kinds, viz ;
Paper and linen collars. shirts and bosoms,
hose and half hose, suspenders, belts, hand
kerchiefs, neck ties, pocket books, pass
and spelling books, slates, lead and carpcn
ter's pencils, pens and ink, buttons, needles;
and thread, of all kinds, hair oil, hair
brushes, tooth brushes, shaving brushes,
dressing combs, razors, razor strops, shav
ing boxes, looking glasses, with a variety
of toys, &c. Bleached and brown shirting,
domestic ginghams, tweeds, jeans and sati- Th
nets,with a splendid assortment of crockery hi.
ware, glass, C. C. and granite, which we ha
intend selling a. a very short profit.
, All kinds country produce tought or bar- S
tered for at market prices.
WILSON & WICKER,
Oct 31 1y Main-st., Newberry. A
Wmn. H. WEBB, w
Of Newberry C. H., So. Ca.
ZIN, ALDRICH & (JO,,
staple and Fancy pr
DRY 00008, -
Nos. 80 and 82 Leonard-st.,
(West of Broadway,) New York
The subscriber would state that his con
nection with the above house enables him to
sell his goods at a considerable reduction
below present market prices.
January 9 WM. H. W.
Lovelae & Whleeler.
SEDB) . SMDB! 8EEB! ~
A great variety of, Fresh
Garden Seeds, just received direct from Th
David Landreth & Son, Philadelphia. War
ranted Fresh. For sale by
Feb 13 7 tf LOVELACE & W HEELER.
Another lot of those fine
PINK EYE POTATOES, just received.
Feb 13 LOVELACE & WHEELER.
First quality Self Rising Flour, and Family TE
Flour in barrels or to retail.
A very-nice article of Smoking Tobacco. m~
put up in nice Paper Bloxes, 11lb each . And w~
some extra fine Chewin'gt Tobacco. wil
Feb 13 LOVELACE & WnEELER. a t
I0MUN1I MAB-C(RAIII a
Kept on hand, apd for sala$ cheap for Pe
cash onlyaby arm
LOVELACE & W1HEELER. *
Fisks M~aIIi Hural Cs~s
We hace remoucd our stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
that Large and Commodious New
rick Building. opposite to 3. Barre
Son. and next door to Dr. Pratt's
iw Drug Store. WVe will be ready
a few days to show our friends
d cu.stomners our stock.
Look for the Sign of the BIG
I. M. SUBER & CO.
Feb 13 7 tf
WVRMIGIT & IJOPPOft
Men's, Boys' and Youths'
[ats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
ro. 4, Mollohon Row,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
lYe are now offering great indacements to
in need of goods in our line, by selling
m for less than what they are worth. We
induced to do this, to prepare for our
ing Stock, and will sell at cost, and "'less
n codt," rather than carry over old stock.,
w is the time to buy Winter Goods cheap.
ne soon if you want the best bargains.
Wright & Coppock.
e subscriber would respectfully inform
frends, anid the public generally that he
opened a complete
ddlery and Harness
tBLEASE'S OLD STAND,
OVER THE TIN SHOP,
ere he wiUl keep constan.tly on hand,
ddes and Harness of every description.
WAIRING done with Neatness
ERMS CASH, at moderate and popular
ra 16 3 ly J. BOYLE, Agent.
flease & Wright,
ave now in store and are constantly
receiving a large assortment of the
very best articles of
ich,they warrant to give entire satisfac
U.L, OFFICE'& SHOP STOVES.
y manufacture and sell a: wholesale and
ail the best article of
Plain Tin Ware.
y keep on band a good assortmnent~ of
ressed and Japanned
hy do all k inds of JOB WORK. usually
e in their line, such as ROOFING. GUT
RNG, &c. Jan 23 1y
T THE TAN YAP~D, formerly R. B.
man's. The market price will .be~ paid
RAW HIDES ankd GOOD BARK, either~
leather or cash. None or either
ted unless of good quality. Persoris
iing to get bark this spring, can call
the Tan Yard, where equitable contracts
1be nflade for the same.*~
e have atlso a larg lot of * fine white,
ow and4nized corn, to- arrive- soon,
ich we.w1ll sell at a short profit for cash.
rsons can engage now or purchase after
ival in large or small'lots by calling at
Steau Mil. -3. S. HAIR & CO.
Robert Y. Leavell,
- A-gent for ,
eksn's Universal Wash
Patented 1865. It has in ma~ny places
aost giversally come into use, result
Grat Sa.ving o' f Labor!
M L IN ERy
And Straw Goods.
ARMSTRONG, CITOR & CO.,
Importers and Jobbers of
Ribbons, Bonnet Silks and Satins,
Blonds, 1Vtts, Crapes, Velcets,
Ruciws, Flowecrs, Feathe?r,
STRAW BONNETS AND LADIES' HAFS,
Trimmed and Untrimmed,
Shaker Hoods, &c.,
237 and 239 Baltimore-St.,
Offer the largest Stock to -be found in this
Country, and unequalled in choice
variety and cheapness,
Orders solicited and prompt attention given.
February 27 3 mo.
Delivered at all the Railroad Depots,
Steamboats, Wharves, &c.,
Quality WARRANTED equ l to. any
made in this country, PRICES LOW.ER
than any Powder of equal standing: for
sale by CHAS. H. MOISE,
Sole Agent in this State for the cele
brated ORANGE POWDER, and Whole
sale Dealer in Groceries and- Liquors,
No. 9 Hayne street,
Charleston, So. Ca.
MAPES NITROGENIZED SUPER
PHOSPH ATE OF L[lfE.
For Cotton, Corn, Wheat, Vegetable
All of its Phosphates are in a condi
tion to become quickly SOLUBLE in the
soil and available to the crop. The animal
matters, blood and flesh, yielding ammonia,.
produce an early start and vigor'ous growth;
enabling the plants to appropriate the Phos
phates and "other valunable ingredirnts in
the fertilizer for th.e complete development
of tshe lint and seed. of cotton, grain of
Wheat and crops generally. Sold by
KINSM AN & HOWELL,
Sole Agents. 153 East Bay,
Feb. 20-8-tf. Charleston, S. C.
LOOK! LOOK! LOOK!
WARNING IN TIME!
I AM COMPELLED through actnal ne
cessity to call on every -one indebted to me,
either by note-..or account, no matter how
small the indebtedness, to come forward
and settle up. I-am willing to compromisc
on fair terms. This is the first time ever
since my recent misfortune, that I have
called upon any one indebted to me fora
settlement, and only, do so now througli
stern necessity to enable -me to- continue
Small favors, thankfully- received, and
large ones in proportion.
Jan.92 tf A. M. WICKElR
There. cometh glad tidings ofj.oy to al,'
Ta young and to old, to great and to small;
-The beauty which once wassoprecious and rare
Is free for all, and allimay be fair.
By the use of -
W HI TE LIQ UID
For Improving and Beautifying the Com%
The most valuable and perfect preparation
in uise, for giving the skin a beautiful pearl'.
like tint, that is only found in youth. It.
uickly -removes Tan, Freckles, Pimples,
Blotches, Moth Patches, Sanlowness. Erup
tions, and all impurities of the skin, kindty
ealing the same leaving the skin whbite and
lear as alabaster. its use can not be 'de,.
tected by the closest scrutiny, and being a
'egetable preparation is perfectly harmless.
t is the only article of the kind used by- the
French, and is considered by the Paristan as
indispensable to a perfect toilet.- Upwards
f 30,000 bottles were s6ld during the past
rear,-a suffileient guarantee of its efficac..
Price only 75 cents. Sent by mnail, ptapaid,
om receipt of an order, by
BURGER, SHUL'TS & CO., Chiemist3.
285 River St ,Troy/L .Y.
Feb. 27, 1867. ly,
Ebrow away your false fizzes.. your switches,
Destructive of copgfort, and not wor th a flg.
ome aged, come youthful, copie ugly and fatir.
And rejoice in your own luxuriant hair.
For restoring hair upon bald heads (fromn
whatever cause it may have fallen out) and
forcing a growth of hair nupon the face, it has
o equ~l. It will force the beard to grow
pon the smoothest face in from five to eight
weeks, or hair upon bald heads in from twoi
to three months. A few ignorant practition" 1
a have asserted that there is nothing that J
ill force or hasten the growth of the hair or1
eard. Their assertions are false, as thous
ands of livin.g witnesses (from their owni
xperience) c'ad bear witness. But manyi
ill say, how art'we to distinguish the gen'.
ine from the spurious? It certninly is diffi
ult, as ninestenths of the different Prepa
ations advertised for the hair and bear() are
etirely woithless, and you may hav~e alrea
y thrown away large amornts in their put,
hase. To such we would say, try the .Re,
arator Cappilli; it will-cost you nothing uns .
less it fully comes up to our ipresentations.
f your Druggist d.oes not keep it, send us1
ne dollar and we will forward it, postpa , ,
ogether with a receipt for the money, whx <
will be returned yon on application, providing
n tire satisfaction is not given. Address,
W.- L. CL ARK & CO., Chemists,
o. 3 West Fayette Street, ST EACUSE, N. Y. I
Feb.'A7th, 1867.~ 17 l. (
FORCED to grow upon the smoothest face
:,, f..o.. t,h.e +to eweeks__by using
!- - Ar
Oh ! sbe was beautsful and fairt_.,.>.
With starry eyes, and -radiatbdr,
WoecrigtnrlsotA"Echained the very beart and mind. -
1-or Curling thf- Hair of Ai er
into Wavy adnd Geossl
By using this article Ladles -af
men can beautify, themselves.t:AQ
fold. It is the onty article in the"
will curl straight hair, andat the silttine
ive it a beautiful, glossy appemaace.= the
riso er Comni nos.ouly earls - the -bair,
ivigorates, beamities-.and - eleanses _e
ighly mud d2lightfully perfamed, ane --V
Most complete articie lt i serdhf -
ad to the_ American public, ^e
Coma willbe sent to any'a s,
Address-alt orders to.
WY. L. CLARK-1/C.,,C be ."4
No, 3 West Fayetti3:Stree rie
Feb. M, 1867-1l. u - .
When by the use of QR: _
LIXIR you can be cared'perstay
,t a trifling.eost.
The astonishing sunccess- *t
ad this invaluable medicinefo rai
ervous Weakness,- Gefnrad:''e . .
rostration;s.Os drof .is#t
ency, or any, coscaneueei o
iscretion, renders ,it~'she --
reparationewr dis ie aiesi' -- e
-It will remove a nervpus , r
ression, excitemrnt..ie- -
business, loss -of.;
thoughts of self destructiQOi.e
ity, &c. It wil restore 'iie
the. health of thee ywrs ft .. .
sensual- excess or:evil p4actises. -. - r
Young Me, be bamsbugged - .-:
hQuack Doctors" and igperaft -
mut send wlthout delay for'the .' . 4
dt otee rttored 4 tealth' :ad.Ti
A Perfect Cure is Guaranteed ~ sOWy _
stane. Price, $1, or four bottle
ress, $3. o
One bottle i,s snffieien t el # 4-"
l ordinary cases. - -
ALSO, DR. JOMNVEI r.
FILLS,.for the ~eedy. -n
f Gonorrhea; Glet,,Tbai.'
ravel; 3tricture, anr.a t -: ?.
kidneys and Bladdef.. Cae 1 -
from one~to fte 'daygT3J.4 "
from vegetable exat t
be sysem n ne ver" nf aN1 _
r-menat the e fch. K# -a~I *4
.Iet yos ecay bhe a -e ii
heatio - ine y. - -
Thsies asis.n succewtil-s
Eed othise laboe-d~efr!h
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