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. OsNous.-Under the above cap
tion, the Nortolk (Va.) Old Dom
ini3 hats L.hV foliuwi :r
So.thern ladies do not talk to
anything like the same extent as
in former years. What d o e s
it mean? Are wo wrong in clas
sing this1phenomenon among the
signs ofthe times? We believe it
is.the result ofa mysterious solenm
nity that has in the last few years
oftria and mighty events erept
over the world. Levity is not as
*ide-spread. Men and women
lok now more in earnest, work
harder, do more towards carrying
out the end of their being. We
may ~Te wrong ; but such are our
onvictious, in spite of the wick
ednees abroad in the land."
Censtsntinople i" preparing magnifi
cent fetes to celehrate the circumcisi'n
of Prince izzedin Effendi, the e:dest son
of the Sultan, Ten thousand bors, wha
are to be cireumei-,d the t.ame day, will
all receive handozmo presetit,:, and
the Pai.hah ail keep open h'ue for a
whole week, % hen all M ho chom e to come
will be entertainei at his tahle in royal
style. i here will also be iluninations,
fire-wsrks. and other pnblic rej~icing.
every eveni"g on a scale of eplendor that
will recall the g-rteous scenes of the
" -rabianoNieh:2 Triles."
In the wili of the late Wade Bolton,
of h thbgfo owing appears: "I
give and hequeath the a idow and chil
dren o' General-Thomas Jonathan Jack
e, kuswn as Stonewall Jackson, wlo
la:the battle of ChancellorsviUe, Vir
gini , $ieOO, as bistory tells me his
widanr furniture was sold after his
death for debt."
Fanny Fern says, ,The im!est man
, ser lived hai always known
.wben he rsafd his praver, to
nk God that he' wasn't born a
- -Importer and Dealer in
Ij~1 Birver and Plated
Waie;,8peetaelee, Eye Glasses,
b Fncy Gods, &c.
No. 3074ig Street,
- HARLEASTON, S. C.
wacen nasteniMWELEY RE
- AP' 'aICHeED VlaessIA.
tat. It i as e.L IA L to the IN~SU
REBS than y other' comnpany, and . will
~U~iS~ b~4 Pum REL RlUAL and
- log4e U SlE&.
24. Is-drntees its .money amongst its~
pos-whot sre d1e insmurers. -Conse
ACt tiag are~OodSjflafly ting the
~*~the cag eee'mlaion of the
ipaa t'asmone'y~ being 'invested by
-the Beard of- -Directors amongst thie ine
asesThereore the -insureri' are - build
ditr an -instikution- peularly- their -own
andcoaducte4fer their benefi.
3d. The loane of this company are as lib
etals other companies who declare divi
desylsat the tad of the secord, third and
fearth yeas, buit.this Compay at the end
of the Ira and,.eeery year- There.by the
--insurer saves-severah~ears' inturst on his
lean, ty insuring in t'his: Gom~pany, and he
seme loses his' moniey it he.pays up for ONE
WHOLE.YEAR; whereas in other comapa
3ies, he has to remain an insurer for sev
-e.uA years, or &e.leaees ali the money he has
DAVID B. Altrsie.
TROS. H. WXNE;Yie-President.
,10HN Q. WIN&. secretarr.
General JA MES H. LANES Actuary.
Dr. F. B. W..TKINS- E 1Avie
Dr C. H. W. DAVIF', fIdCt die
JUdge50U5 K E2WTJ.Counsellor.
B.. WINFO.Treasurer and Secretary
R. F.-& P. R
WN.MJOiNSON, .of Johnson & Hunt,
N. B.'IO WEB8, of Winston & Powers,
ALBR1rrORDWAY, Treasurer Bucking.
bamt Stge Company.
--LF.GHIGS, Superintenhdent Adams' Ex
- H ARIES Y. MORRIS, Morris & Co's Su
0. A. PEPLE, Superintendent Manchester
JOHN N. TYL, John H. & John Tyler,
MOSES MILLHISER. Wholeale Dry Goods.
THOMAS S. BA LDWIN, Clothier.
JGHN N. GODDIN. Cash er Planter*Bnk.
.~1 1. DOWELL, Superintendent Wes-ern
Union Teleirraph Company.
ALEX. G. ROBERTSO0. Ca'tle Broker.
~EORGE I. HEERING, Wholesale Grocer.
I.L. BROWN, of' brown, Jones & Go.
'- Wlholesale Girocers.
A. BODERR,B Druggist..
E . ROSENB.AUM, oiS.,& M. Rosenibaum,
L ry -Goods.
gaaHZIfy Life Jasuauane C.
gmamin. kitluabets before yenassee, it
- - l to year:kterst to do so.
g7e" ass Was-rn Evradam
CARRIAGE AND BUGGY
We will keep constmnt y on hand a
ehoice variety of fine Top and no Top
Bu_gies of the latest and 'a ot appro%ed
Otd Carriages and Buggies renovated
and mnde to look good as new.
Special attentioin given to repairing fine
Carriages and Buggies which is important
Repair nz done in the best manner and
at tavorahle prices.
In connection with our factory we are
filling orders for fine Carriages, light Rock
aways, Germantowns Pheitons, Top and
no Top Buggies fron a first cl:s< North
ern Factury. Terms . ash on delivery.
Our factory is near the Depot.
J. TAYLOR & CO.
July 21 28 Iy.
Newberry C. H., S. C.
Respetfully state to the public generally,
that they are p-opared to do any and ever. thing
pertaining to DE l1brtR, in the latest and
most approved style, as practiced by the most
stlenttfe memberw of the profeasion. Nitrous
Oxide Gas admini,tered, and reeth extracted
without pat or dsnger. We are the only ones
llaeaed to ae the VULCAN[IE BASE for
Arttcial Teeth in the Di-trict of New herry, and
will inerc teeth on Vulcanite for $2 per set,
and $50 for full set. Special attention given to
calla from the o antry- Patinuts can have their
practice dona free of charge by Mr Henry
!oKiellar at the same omoe. Patients desoing
our services d their residences in the County,
wi'l pkese let a know throu:h the Post Office.
SSpecial attention paid to d:fficult (perations,
such is Cleft lalate, NecrosiR, &c.. &c.
W. B. McKF.LLAR,
J. R. THOMSO."
I take great ptessure in recommending my
step-on Dr. Jnnhn K. Thompson as a scientific
and skilful operator, and would state that 1
have formed a enpartnerrhip with him, as will
beseen by the above advertisment.
W. B. McKELLAR.
July 21 28 tf. Surgeon Dentist.
P: P. TOALE,
Chairleston, S C, Manufacturer of
Doors, Sashes, Blinds.
AVING THE LARGEST AND MOST
- aCOMLETE FAC FOR' mn the Son.bh,
era States, and keeping always on hand a
large and moesr .-tomple'e stock stock of
DOORS, SASHES, BLINDR, Sash Door".
Store Doors, Shutters, Moulidings, &c ,
I am enabled to sell low and at manufasc
N. B.-Strict attention paid to shipping in
Ihw Lest, lew Restored.
Just bished, a new edition of Dr. Ca
verwell s Ceiebrated Essay on the radical
care(wtheut medicine) of Spermiatorrhcea.
or Seminal Weakness. Involizutary Seminal
Loses. Imnpptenicy, Mental and Ph sical In,
e..pei. Impediments to M.arrloge, etc.;
also, Cniumption. Epilepsy, and Fits;
induced by self-indulgence or sexual exs
E7Price, in a sealed envelope, only six
The celebrated author, is thia admirable
essy, cdes Iy demonstrates from a thirty
yeas' successful practice, that the alarming
cosequemire" of selfs'buse may be radicnlly
cuedPwisbot'be dangemaus n-e of internatl
medicine or the ,app!ication of the knife;
pointing out a mode-nf cure at once simple,
et.an,ad efctual, by mens of which
evry sa@rer. no matter what his condition
may bei maw cure hrimself cheaply, privately
,gy fhIs ctrure should be in the hands of
every youth and every m n in the laned
Sent under aeal.-iu a plain envelope, to
ay address. postpaid, on receipt of six
eents, or two post stamps. Also. Dr. Cu)'
verel's " lLarriage Guide," price 2,5 cents
Addresa the Publishers,
CH AS. .J. C. KLINE & CO.,
197 nwey,N. Y., et- OeSc Box 458
EV. J B. BILIAOUSE-Parscir.L.
Miss Faxz LEaTZa, ,
lit, P. WssEE-.rofessOr of Mu'sic
COrL S. FAir-Chairman Board Tmustees.
Ters per qtirterof 2k months, payable
in adyanee. --
Prmairy Department. Spelling. Read
ing. Writig and First Lessons in
Arthetic,.Engitsh Grammar and
JonGeography, . . . . . .0
Engist Grasmmar, Geography, Arith..
metic and History,.... ....7 50
Latin, Greek. French, Logic. Rhetoric,
Physical, Mental ai4 Moral Sci
enees,....... . .... 000
NIo Pupil-will be charged at the same time
with mtore than' one of the preceding rates.
Music, extra-25 per session of five
Boagding. with the Principal and others,
on reaeonabie terras.
Thorough intifu'ctkon afforded in all the
branbes of a liberal education.
March 10 10 tf.
~This pleasant.ly located BOTEL. unstur
passed by any House in the South for coin
ort-and healthy locality, is open to Trav
lerts and others seeking BOARD for the
Summet.- Famihies can be accommodated
with nice, airy rooms, on reasonable terms,
"A call is solidited."
May 19 2Q tf WM. A. WRIGHT.
The undeirsigned have formed a partner
ship for the practice of Law in the State
Courts and the United States Courts, for
the District-of South Carolina. Office at
JAMES K. BAXTER,
A..nl' 14 t .e n.AS mOHne8TO
Fis's M 8aI!ic r ! ass
TIIE SUBSCRIBER has constantly or
hand a full assortment of the above appi ove
cases, of different patterns, he ides coulin,
of his owu make, all of which he is prepared
to furnish at very reasonable rates, witl
promptness and despatch.
Person, desirous of having cases se' t bv
railroad will have them sent free of cba.i
A Hearse is always on hand and will be
fortished at the rate of Slo per day.
Titankftl for past patronage, the sub
scriber respetf'ully asks for a continuatior
of the saint, and assures the public that
no effort on his part uiil be spared to render
the utmost satisfaction.
A. C. CHAPMAN
Newberry S. C., July a1.
Sash & Blinds.
The subscriber takes pleasure in anno-ncn
inp to thi- community that, having made
all necessary arrangements, he will be able
Sash with and without
Glass, and Blinds,
At Very Moderate Rates!!
For Cash !
ANDREW C. CHAPMAN,
Oct.7 41 tf. Newberry C. H., S. ^.
Proprietors & wbolesale Druggists,
Charleston, S. C.
Dec. 23 52 l v.
PIall and EXIBoSIOo IOp:
Please exaimine anid tett +bis Stove and
you will find it all we represent it to be.
For Economy ini Fuel ;
For D)urability ;
For Capacity in Baking, Boil*
ing and Broiling ;
For Simplicity in Manage
Wor Cleanliness in Cooking ;
'For great power of Heat in
Baking and Boiling. with
a very small Consumption
of Fuel ;
For Beauty of Design.
For Smoothness of Castings
and Elegance of Finish;
The "Cotton Plant'
ST ANDS UNEQUALEO.I
ASIIR PAER, Columbia, S. C.,
Sole Agent for one half the State of S. C.
Jan 27 t91
Buy the Best]!
We now have on band the following pop
ular styles of Ladies and MUsQe benap sklrts
The Dew Drop,
Reception Demil Quaker,
Grecian La PariE
The Daplex Efliptie is a great favorite witi
the ladies, and is universally receommende4
by the iashion Magazines as the standan
Toenjoy he following inestimable advas
eeconomy. Buy the be't
MA FHIAs BA RRE & soN.
Thomas S. Moorman.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Has resumed the practice of the~ Law a
this place, and can be formd for the presen'
at the Store of R. Moormasi & Co;
Feb2Ie t if
LIFE INSCEANCE CO3PAN:,
OF NEW YORK.
INCORPORATED, - - - - - 1
CASlT ;SSrTS OVER THIRTY Mu
LIONS OF DOLLARS.
Cash Income, 1867, over LEN MILLION
Dividends to Poicy Hollers, 1867, $2,23
New Policies lssned in 1867. 19 406.
he COmpany is PURELY MUIJAL. I
divi.'end- o .ockholders. The entire pr
6ts are returned to the assured, thus causit
Poli-ies to hecome SELF-SUSrAINING
thirteen ye:rs, or to double in twenty.
Inttereit received from investments, 188
Excess of INTEREST RECEIPTS ALOb1
over lo,ses, about $400,000.
Real E.tate. Bonds and Mortgages on Be
E<tate, in the City of New York, over SE1
EN VEEN MILLIONS of dollars.
It is the richest Company In the worli
It, policies are non,forfeitable. Its div
dends are the largest.
Applications for Columbia, and the Nort
ern portion of South Carolina. received by
Gx EGG, PALMER & CO.,
BENSON M. JoNEs, Agent at Newberry.
JAMES McINTosH, M. D., Medical Exam
Feb. 10 6 ly.
GROVER & BAKER'S
Were awarded the very Highest Prize,
The Imperial Cross of the Legion of Hone
WAS CoXERRED UPON REPaESUUTATIVs
EXPOSITION UNIVERSALLE, PARIS, 186
Were awarded the Highest Premiums at tt
State Fairs of
New York, Vermont. New Jersey, Pennavlvi
nia. Ohio. Indiana. Michigan, Wisconsin. low
K e ticky. rennessee, Missouri. Alabama. Mi;
s-..ppi,'Virginia, 'orth Carolina, Californi
A' the Fairs of the American I stit te, Frani
'in Institute, Mdrvland Institute, Mass. 314
chaisic's As-cciation, Penn. Mechanic's Int
tute, St. Louis Agricultural and Mechanic's A
First Prizes have also been awarded the,
iMachines at the exhibitions of London, Pari
Dublin, Linz, Besancon, aayoune, :t. Dizie
Chalons and they have been furnisned, b
special command to the
Empress,,f France, Empress of Austria. En
press of Russia, Empress of Brazil, Queen
of Spain, and Queen of Bavaria.
THE GROVER & B.KER
Elas!ic-stitch Sewing Machine
ARE $KPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS FOR
TilE FOLLOWING REASONS:
1. They sew with two threads direct from ti
spool', aird require no re-wit.ding.
2gflby are wiore #-asiiy nderstood and use<
andc less liable to derungen.ent than other ma
8 They are capable of executing perfetl:
withot change of adjustment, a much greata
variety of work than other mnachinles.
4 The stitch made by th ese machines is mat
niore firm. e!astic, and durable, escally' apt
art icle<i uhch require to be washe and irones
than any other stitch.
6 This stitch. owing to the manner in whic
the under thread I, iunought, is much the mc
plump' and beautiful in use, and retains th
plumpness and beanute even upon articles fr
quen*tly we.shed aind i-oued until they are wo:
6 The structure of th~e seam is such thi
the-.:it beIi cut ur broken at intervals of on
a few stitches, it w'ill tnther open, run i
rave;. burt reanim anid durable.
7 UnPike o'her mnachines. the-e fasten bol
ends if th:e seam by their own operation.
8 With the- "mchintes, while s-iik Is usi
up in the right ttr fa.cedl sid,- of the seam. cotti
may be u-ed upiam the other side without lessel
ing th.' -tr.-ngtlt or dIurabtlity oflthe team Ti
cant i.e dotse ont no other machin e, and is
.rreat rav ng upon all articles stitched or ma.
uo with silk
9. I hes machines. in addition to their sup
r;or me-r.ts a' instruments foir sewing. by a chani
of adjus'ni'ent, easily learned and'practised. en
cut' the mnst beautiful and permanent en
broidery and ornamental work
Age: t for South Carolina,
279 King Street, Charleston.
T. P. Forreston
Jobbier and deatler in
GERMAN, FRENCH, ENGLISH AN
II(sjery, TTimmtings anid Fane
Gamis, Musical Inistrumnents,
Also Falhionnbule Etepotriulm of Designs fi
Stamping, Braiding & Embreider
Constantly on hand a large and well
assorted stock of
Braids, French Emb~ roidery, Co
toni and~Linen arid Silk Floss,
No. 62 RLNG ST., CIARL8STO, 8, C.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
T HE PROPEIETORA~ take pleasure in 5
nouncing that this elegantly furnish
Establshment i now open for the accoi
mnodation of guests. The table will aiwa
be supplied with every delicacy of the se
son-both from New York and Charleste
Markets. and no efforts will be spared
give perfect satisfaction, in every respect,
WM. GOBfEN O, M
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapp
Bottled Wines and Liquor
A supply of these justly celebrated goo
for mn. dieinal and private use, just receiv
by the undersigned Agents for Newhern
SMITH & CURISTIAN.
Jan 27 ly
DUJFFIE & CHAPMAN,
Dealers in Foreign and Domest
Newberry C. H., S. C.
C. C. CHASE,
Agent for the G reat N or t
AMERICAN LIFE INS. CO
tn - -
t. do a kind of Coing with asi
str ha .d It i ver heav and
W,h oteufl CokngS
LEADER, I keep constantly on hi
operate well. Out of the many
The Tin Business is still carri<
INSURE IN THE
U LFE INSURANCE COMPANY
~tALEX. W H[ILLDIN, Presiident
is G EO N UG EZT. Vice-I'resient.
a'. JOHNi s WILSON. -ctary.
nJOHN C. sIMMS, Atay
iAssets, - - $2,500,000.
AnRnual3 Income. 1,000,000.
.The American-Is ro.v one of the Oldest
in Comnpa ies in Libe United States, Chartered
'The American-HTas $200) of Assets for
Ie every $lm,' of Liab'ilitie.s.
The A merican-Never lost a dollar of in
e, The American-Issues poheties on ALLr de
1- ,.irable pbins.
The' Americani -&fakes ALLr policies non-for
Thme Amnerican-Pavs Life Policies- to the
insured att the age of eighty years.
The American-Has no unnecessary restric
.tions on travel and residence.
-The Anmerican-Declatres dividends annual
Iv at the end of the first year.
The American-Pays all lo'sses promptly.
'9 Has all the tables of~ rates for Lite, En
dow ment, I ncomne Produc.ig, Ri-tnrn Pr
mmium, Premium Reducing, Ch:itdrenm's En
0 dowmnent Polhcies, and grants Annuities on
nmost favora!.le terms. Its rates are low.
I, has both time mutual and sto'ek planis.
CALD)WELL &BRENIZER, Gen'l Agents
Y North and South Carolina. Oilice First
National Bank building, Charlotte, N. C.
Ex. Gov. Vance, Cniarlotte, N. C.
Gen. Jno. A Young, ""
r Gen. Alexander, Columbia, S. C.
Col. Jas. Gibbs, " "
"L. D. Childs, " "
J. NEWTON FOW LES, Agent,
t- Ne wbert y, 8. C.
gg Agents Wanted. Liberal arranmge
-metnts will he made with men who xxisA
BUs1?NEss. Jlune 9 22 ly
CITIZEN'S SAVINGS' BARK
Office on Pratt Street.
a' Geiti. WADE H AMPTON, Presideut,
to J. B. PA LMEa, Vice,President.
to Tho.mas E. GREGG. Cashier.
G T. SCOT i', Aseistant Cashier.
FAIR, POPE & POPE, Solicitors.
aL~ imnc Bord
s, JOHN TI. PETER'RON,
EhIANUEL S. COPPOCK,
RUEBEN S. CHICK.
d IntereSts on Deposits at the.
*d Rate of 6 Per Cent., Per
Prom9 a m., 05D nm.
(.Extmect prm By-Laws.]
1C ''Depositr, may be made by any minor.
over the age of :urelve years, either with or
withocut a guardian, and by married WOmen :
in their own names. Eumns of 81 and up,
ward will b,e received. hUt DO lnterest shall
~ be paid onz the- fractio',al parts of $1, nor on
any sum where the' v,bl deposit is lees tharr
$5, nor f'jt the fracfonmal part of a month."
i Will be ready Por Businzess May 1st.
, May5 1886m '
.DUFYIE & CHkPMAN,
Books,Periodicals and Stationary.
Newberry C. R. S.C.
D WITHOUT EXTENS
Str*Ihv od o n tol my k
od Ono in arous branhes bake all
PdmntLIfB Insurance Comn
AUTHIORIZED CAPITAL ..................... ---
CAPITAL PALD IN AND SECURELY INVEST]
ACCUMULATED ASSETs T THIS DATE OV
NUNBRSR OF POLICIES ISSUED .........
O FF IC
WV. C C A R'NGTON President.
J. J. HOPKINS. Secretary.
* OFFIt'ERS OF SOUTH (
J. P. THOMAS. Presiaient Bo-ird Directo
* DR. ISA AC BRANCH, Sn
John McKenzie. M.
John S. Preston, R. C Sriv'
F. WV. McM.t ier, WV. B. Guli
John T. Sloan, Sr., Thnmp-on
"HIS BR ANCH OFFICE offers all induvce
Office, with these adv1natages: The Ca;
-ng operations has been incuirre'd, the succs.
the whole Capitail aind Assets of the Home (
The entire mnagemtI'L of the Piedmnoni is
is to sustain Southern interests. It further p
within the State, under the direction of the
South (,grota Board of 'irector5., in whose i
Thei"iedmnont claims to be eqnal in the pri
anly other Comowany. surpassed by nione, an.t
wishing to insure not to do so uniil they have
The first Dividtend of the Piedmont Life In:
FORT Y PER CENT., which proves the econ<
tion of risks.
August 4 30Otf,
3. N. ROBSON,
N; s. 1 & 2, At;antlc Wharf,
C H AUL ESTO0N, S. 0.
HIaving ample means for advances, a bus
iness experience of twenty years, and conm
fining himself strictly to a Commission
Business, without op,erating on his own ac
count, respectfully-solicits consignments of
otton Flour, Wheat, Corn, &c.
Shippers of Produce to him may, at their
option, have their consignments sold either
ini Charleston or New York ; thius having
the advantage of two markets, without ex
.hi". w. M. WVizht:man, S. 'C; Col,
VVW. Johnson, Charlotte N. C; Rev. T 0.
Somnm.rs, Tenna.; Hon. John P. King, An
guitm. Ga. ; Messrs. Geo. WV. Williams &
Co , Charleston, S. C. ; Messrs. Williams,
Tylor & Co., New York.
April /.8 17 ly.
Baker & Confectioner,
M A IN S T'REET,
Wiewberry, S. C.
Respectf'ully informs~ his many customers
and the prblic general y that his
*New Bake Oven
now completed, and by its convenient ar
rangemem t he can hake any and everything
in hisi line di the shortest possible .notice,.
Cakes, Pastry, &c.,
in satisfactory and handsome styie. Parties
and Dinners furnished as shortest notice. .
Fres,h btreatd, pies and cake on hand.
Meals served at any hour.
Fish, oysters and game can be had at all
Tb-ikfnl for past favors Ee solicits a con
tinuance of the liberal p.tranuage heretofore
nick, boil as fast, broil as nice, and
many advantages which no other
as many stoves are. Besides the
irns, all of which are *arranited to
nowledge has failed to give entire
work, will be done at short notie..
W. T. WRIGHT.
miay of Richmond iirf inia
3IA, S. C.
R. H. M AURY. Vice President.
C. [H. PERROW. &I D , MedicafA-dl.
r. S. L. LEAPH ART, seefetafy
perintendenat of Agents..
zor of Columbia.
r',Ex-Governor t. I Boszhamri.
e,M. C. Butter,
edy, Dr. Ise.a IManch
nents for Life Insurance afa perfect Horm e
ital is' fsurnished, the e.xpense of commen'c
.heyonid pe'radventure, is essablished, uad
iomIparay st.and committed to sustaina 6.
in the bands of Southern men, and its ain:
l~dges itself to invest all funds accruing
tenlemen named above, eoenmfitag iihe
ntegrity you muss have enire cenadenee.
vileges and benefits granted its paIran, to
superior to many, a-ad only requesa parties
examined the merits of this estabished
'rance Company paid on Life Polickas wia
smy of ita meanag.emenit and its' careful selec
TUOIAS 8. flOBIAN,
Agens at Newleerry.
T H E Advertiser, having been restored to
.health in a few weeks, by a very sim
phe remedy, after having suffered several
years wit h a severe lUnir affeedon, ad that
dread di-ease, C >nsumption-is anxious to
make linown to his fellow sufferers, the
means of cure.
.Fo ali whodesire it,he will send ascopy
of the pre'.cription used (free of charue),
with the directions for preparing and using
the same, which they will findt a fam cure
for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis. etc.
The object of the Advertiser in s'ending the
Prescription Is to benefit the afflicted, and
spread inform:stion which he conceives en *
invaluable; and he hopes~ ever '.
try his remedy, as It vi"'e.
and may prw- ....s cost them
Po- ... a blessing,
...Jea 'wishing the Precritibb will
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