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Cannot Afford It.
. . oh entered the fashion.
able d y-6ds store of Lovering &
Brothers to see one of the proprietors.
"He has stopped out for a moe
mont," one of the clerks informed
4nd withdrawing to an obsoure cor.
ne-, ho stood watching, with, a
half comical look upon his hankdsome
face, the streasn of gaily attired wo
men that Boated :pas t him, gazing with
envious and admiring eyes upon the
rich fabrios, of every hue and texture,
that were Ouspended from the ceiling
vind spreatd 9% on the broad coun.
Many of thom were known to him
but be was in no mood to meet the
sparkling glancos and gay sallies that
he knew would be showered upon him
if he made them aware of his presence,
for Mr. St. John was rich and a bache
lor, and had been so flattered and be..
i.eged by ambitious mammas with
marriageable daughters as to make
him almost resolve to always remain
So he stood back ip the shadow,
marking with ourious eye unconoious
betrayals of the natural dispositions,
like glimpses of femininehuman nature
and which the dear oreatures would
no) have had him observe for the
As he stood ther, the two Misses
]Parker came in, charming and bril
liant girls, in whose society he had
passed many a pleasant hour.
They were lavish in their puroba
ses. And Mr. St. John contrasted
their smiling faces with the care
worn face of their father, whom he
met In the street scarcely an hour be
fore, hurrying from one friend to
another to borrow money to pay a
note on the point of being protested ;
their lively obatter jarred harshly on
"Isn't it lovely I" ex3laimed one of
the sisters, holding up some costly
lace trimmings. "I suppose pa will
scold when he sees the bill ; but so he
would If it were only half as large."
"To be sure he would," responded
the other. "And I'm not going to
let the Dayton girls outahine me, you
may be certain. It's my belief that
they give the party simply on account
of St. John's return from Europe.
I suppose they are trying to cate -
him for Georgianna. Did you eve':
hear anything so ridiculous "
"Never I Such horrid t..ste as the
girl has in dress, too ! She showed
me the new silk she -is going to wear.
Would you believe it ? it is blue
And she is dark as an Indian."
"That is for the benefit of Mr. St.
John ; it is his favorite color. I met
him on the street yesterday. How
tall and handsome he has grown !
"Yes, and he is so rich I Pa says
be is worth half a million, if not
Hero the two girls passed alongout
of sight and hearing, quite unconscious
of their proximity to the subject of
"Good heavens," was Mr. St.
John's inward reflection ; "are all wo
men so heartless, so wrapped in vanity
and dicplay I"
Ie .was about to quit the store in
disgust when his attention was arres
ted by a low and gentle voice, whilh
aroused a host of vague hut pleasant
rcoollections. lIe turned eagerly in
the direction whence it proceeded ;
and as his eyes rested upon a slender,
neatly attired lady, they lighted up
A woman would have noticed that
the bonnet, though neat and fresh,
was not of the latest style, and the
mantle"of last season's fashion ; but
men rarely observe such things. All
that St. John saw was the gracefu
form, the fair and gentle face of th
"Sweet Rose Lennox !" he thought,
"she looks as lovely and fragrant
as her name 1 Can her fresh and
guiloles nature be so perverted as to
care for nothing but outward show ?"
In the meantime Rose made a few
sitople purchases, quite urnoonscious of
the eyes that were following her every
look and motion.
"Is that all, Miss Lennox ?" said
"If you were thinking of getting a
dross, I can show you something that
will suit you."
"As T cannot purchase, I will not
trouble you," was the low and quiet
3'No trouble at all, Mies," said the
clerk unrolling the goods, and spread
ing it out upon the counter.
It was a heavy, lustrous silk
brown with a glint of gold in it not
unlike the color of the soft hair that
,shaded her forehead,
It caught the eye of the Parker
girls who were passing, and they gath
ored eagerly around it.
.'"Its just the sweetest thing I ever
saw't" exelairned the eldest, enthu.
sisatially. "Why don't you get it,
Rose I You have nothing for the par
ty ne4 tThursday, and it's just wh at
"Only four dollars a yard," sug -
gested the clerk, gathering up the
silk in heavy folds, so as to display
its lustre and beauty.
There was not the slightest touch of
envy or regret in the soft blue eyes
that rested admiringly upon it.
-"It Is very pretty and quite rea
sonable, too ; but I cannot afford
These words were spoken quietly
a'nd with such an entire unconseioue
wathat she was admitting anything
* inful or humiliating, that wit~h the
ider it aroused in the hearts of
companions was mingled an in
intary respect ;though it was con
tthey could have imitated and
John made inquiries In regard
ir. Lennox the next day, and
learned that he had sustained some
heavy losses, but was still supposed
to bo doing a good. business.
Presuming on rormer acquaintanloo
he resolved to call at his house.
Despite the adulation he had re
ceived and his really flne personal
advantages, St, John was no coxconb
and well know that with a girl like
Rose Lennox, he must stand on his
individoal merits. So, not venturingto
call for her who was uppermost in his
thoughts, he was showp into the
family sittirg-room, where Mr. and
Mrs. Lennox sat, with their older
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Gloves and Il--ry,
Gentlemen' ( ,I3
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1MEDITATING n chnngo in the business
IN by the fi si of Sepiember, ofiers their
large and varied -)ck. n such low prices.
as will astonich Ihe most skepiieal. only
come vrepared with she CAS11, ind you
will b.e able to get goods regardless of the
cost. The sioch is lairg e. and composed of
everything rsualty kept by I his establish.
Dry Goods, Foreign and romestic,
Clothing for Men's Wear,
Iats, all Styles,
Boots and Shoes,
Pieue Goods of Woolen.
Linen and Cotton.
Give me a call before spending your cash
and be convinced litht. al WOlA"S you
can get the best good. for the lowest Price.
750 Bushels (hoice White and Black St.
Louis Seed Oats.
Car load White Bread Corn.
Fatuily Washing 8oap.
South Carolina Ihams.
D. R. Flenniken,
ACONSIGN'1ENT of Cot'ton Seed Meal,
fresh flroa the Mlill at C.olurabia. Tlhia
Meal is highly reeonmended as feed for
all kinds of stoek, epecially for bliloh
We will purchase Cet ten Seed at -ea.
jan 28 ETrgiM & floBn flr
W E re now pre pired to (Gin Cottmi whh1
diapnichi, t ilO puntids pet-: hdur,)
with convenient-roirns for the reueption.
Toll O'ne-Sixteens h Paitronage solleiied.
My Grist Mill grinds every dny,.
sept 7 0. R1. T lOMlPSO .
* Poor Mian's Family B trs
SFluid Extract Cannabis Indi
es. Pure Oil Lemon, Lomon
* and Raspberry Syrtups, 44a0
rrr .tic Acid, Best.Coal Oil, Pure,
(jSherry and Port Wine, for,
Medleinal Purposes, Miore
phine and Quinine, at Low
jPrieces, Liebig's Ett, Dleef,
Palnietto Starok, lJtatleqp,
Essence Ginger, Compounid syrup 4fP ips.
p hates or Chemical Food, Chilorsto 'of
Po las h Lozenges for Croup, &o. -
jitly 25 n... uSo.
NEW -0 RK
The undersigned in order to
Make room for the Fall Stock,
isselling off his Summer Goods
Ladies Dress Goods,
Gents Read y-Made
Clothing, md almost every
thing kept in a flrst-class Dry
Goods and Millinery Ilonse.
Ile always keeps a fill stock
of Flour, Bacon, Lard and Gro
eerles, on hiand ait the lowest
ca.sh price. All lie asks is a
call and examine his Stock, if
you have the G reenbacks.
august 26 F. E 1 D EIt.
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NOT intendingto c.rry over nntii net
season, any of our present, atook of Spring
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At Cost For Cash, Viz:
Forty Piece Leno, Mozambuique and Ja
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one Piecs Buff Dress Linen, an assortment
of Ladies and 6isies Lyle Gloves, one
dozen pair Ladies Kit Gloves, a fine assort
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Our stock of Shoes has recently been Im
proved and we can now offer sametL ing
checaper in' Ladiesnand ' hiseas fiidork
than ever' befor. known in the market.
A supply of one and two Quart Fruit
Jars of thie best kind on hand.
We have thes best Sug r Cne . llams,
Ilest 1lreak:'ast Bacon, Onut Powder a'nd
English Breakfast Tea, Lard in Tin Bluck.
itemember we continue our CA 811 SYS.
T.EXl and will always offer Que customers
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it will nafford,
Due.West Female College,
Tihireetn h year will open tio
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*Past prosperity most, encone
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RADWAY'S READY REI EF
Oures the Worst Paina in froin One to
NOT IN ONE HOUR.
Afer reading this advertienient ced
any one Buffer willl Pain. RIadway's keady
Ielief is a euro for overy gain. itwas elie
ftdt alnd in
The Only Pa1n Remedy
that Instantly s-tops the most exerutiatling
painx, allays Inflammations. and ouros Coo.
gestlons, whether ;f. the .Lungs- Stomach,
Bowels, or other glands or organs, by it;e
Ift front otto to I wenly minti es, no m-t
ti hovr violent or exericiating ihe pain the
IlihtihAlic. lIed.ridden, Intirn, Criipled,
Nervoos. Neuralgip. or prostrated with
Ilisense ialy stiffer.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Will anifford insomnt ease. Inflltimmnills of
lie Kidnteys. liitmmtio of the midder,
4inflatums:4 ii (1 n lite B w els, I'onestioil of
I he bulnvv, F oreHl Thll on D~illics-1 IBrent hi g,
Palpientionl of (lt, lienv.ilysenr, op
bDiptherb, ain , luth44ieal.-nnb
Toorhonehe, Neuroalgin, 11.heumatim, (',i
Chills, A-e Chilu.I
hei nflicnionii of iheliehdy Belief I'
the atiii 0i lorpar;t where lilt pains or ( ill.
coitly exisis will iford ease n1o11 coinfort.
Twenty drops in hall n iimbler of wnser
will I II few momitenils coire Crnom ps,
Spisms, Soir Slomchicli, Hl eariiri, Nick
IleIaclie. Diarrhun, Dlsenbeiy. e'olie,
Wid in lie Jiowels, and all the Intermil
Trvelors sho11hl niways enrry a botle'
of tbidway's Uieady Relief witih themt. A
few drop01s 1i iater Will pIevIeht sicAIeSs or
pains from chniatge of wilter. It is bet er
ihan Fret.ch Brandy or Differs as a stin1111
Fever and Ague.
Vever aid Agile cured I'fo fifty cents.-.
Thi're is nlow it tem.ee-ial igmi in Otis
world ihnt will vote Vi ver iil A rn, unml
all oilier .\laturious, lhiliols, i a I . i
pl doiil. Yellow. anid (.Iher Fev . it it..i I
ltad wfnyi' Pills) so qb4-k n- Ilaw't
Read-my lleliief Ftfty ceas pwor houk11
oEAILTH I BIn TY !
11e. hi and weight -niiai skil atid be iilu
complexion selitd to lll.
Dr.1adway's S sapimrilla esol
Has mndo Ihe inoit. nstotislhing cures ; so
quicit, so rnpid aire the changes the( boly
lundargoes, odunder 1h influeice of this
truly wondlerful medicine. thnt every dhy
an increase it llesi nd weight is seetn aiud
fell. The Great Blood I nitier. Every
drop of tie Snesnparillinn lResolvent com
municates ltroult tie Ill,ol . went. Urhie
nod oile filuidit anid jlices of the systCim
tile valor of life. rt. b reqiiiies tie wusies
of ihe boly wit li efw nol sound itnierinil.
Sroit11n, Sypli ills. Ct susipl ion, 01,1andu
lar disease. Ulcers in Ihe Thront. .\louth,
Tumors, Nodes in the Glniids nnd :her
plrs of tI e syst emi, Sure Eyes, St inn ior.
(ilis discerlma-es from tle Bars. nnd tie
worst forms of Ssin disenses, ru-iptionis.
Fever Sores, Scald Ilend, liin-r Woi. 8:0l1
Ileum, 1irysipelns, Acite. Bleck Spoi s,
Worms in the Flesh, uimors. Cancers im
file Wotb anm all weakening ndpul itiil
disclt.rges, Night Swnims, Loes of Sperm
utnd nil wastes of the0 lire p-rinciple. are
within lie curnivo ratige of iitis wonder of
Nlodern Chemistry. nid a few days' use
will prove Ie anly peisoni initig it for cilei
of these formls of disease its potel. power
If Ile pienii "it daily becoini ng rediced
by the wasies nod decomposition ha is
conitiitnly Progressing. rItccceds in Il
resting tiese wastes, and repairs t lie saim
with new ms aterii Ill Iiide from heatiluy
blood-and this (lhe Sn:rsapnm'arillinm will aid
(oes secinre--a cutre is certain ; for when
or.co this remedy conunences its work of
puifientlin, r,ntd succeeds in diini shing
thle losis of wastes, its repitirs w'.l he
rapid, and every day lie patilent wl feel
htimeelf a rowinmg bet teir and sitronmger, te
food digestliig bmetter, appetiteC imiprovinig.
and flesh ntiil weight increaing.
Not onoly does lhe Sn rsaar11ilnu esrl
vent excel all knowno remedlial agents in
the cure of Chtroni,', Scr'ofuloos, Consti it
tiotial, anid Skin diseases; but it is thle onily
posit i vie eiro for' Kidniy anoi JHliuder tom
plaiinfts. 1':riary 'und Womb1 Disenises, Gra~iiv
el, ttinhletie, lDropsey, 8i oppage oh Waleri.
Incontinmence of Urine, iBrighti's Disense.
A lhumlnn, anid in all cnsos whee lihe
are brick duosi depositIs,or Ithe wasitor is I hiick.
cloudy. mtixed withI sublsiances like ithe
white of iin egg, ior iirendt like whtite silln.
or there is a mrbrlid, dark, hillious apperui
once, atnd witle bone do it deiposits, i nil
when thler'e is a pirick ing, burtning Senisi.
11011 whent~t piassinig ater. nnd paln in Ite
8mnth oF thle Black an d ailonig Ithe Leinsa
Dra,. Ibid( sway's Perf~.et Purgattive
perfectly tasteless, ('leganitly conted wiith
awqet gum i. purge, vegisbuiie. puillyj, cleanise
anilds avegi then. Btad way' Ii Is. tor' thei
cure of till dlisordleis fi tie Ianh,Ii Livrei.
lHowiels. K idnteys. lilitider, Nerivous Dis.
e'nCS, Iiloidanhii, Const ipat ion, 1.os1ivenie-.
bous Fevert, frifiimmation of the IoweIS.
Piles ,and all JDeranig-tnents of the Int ernal
VI --eet'. Witrtiitited to ntlect a positive cnre
Purely Vegetable. containinig nto mercury,
mal 'is or de'lei erious miel dies.
Observe Ithe following symptoms tiesiult.
ing fromi Disoirders of the Digestive Or
gaits: Constipa iont, inward' Pies, Full
ness of the 111ood in the liead, Acidity of
lihe 81 oimnci Namten: lentburn, "igest of
1"ood, F'ullniess or' Weight in I ho Stomach.
Soiur Ertuctiionms.. Sinking or Fltterinig ai
the .i of thle Stomnachi. Sw immtinlg of thei
A few doses of liadwiy's Pills tri free
the systemt from all the ah.vp naome'd disi
orders. Price, 25 cents per box, Sold by
Ilejid ''at~osoi nd rno." Sendl .rie let -
Itr-tiamti to HA ADWAY & (O, No.-*8'
-\n ideni lanie, Now York. Ifnfrmationi
woibI t hoisnid will lie senit to yeon.
WML O& BEE & 00,,
CH AR LEdTON,. S (,
Liberal advanees mnde upon01 consigti.
ments to our- tQvrrespondenis In LiverpIool
and t'err Yt.k. mar '1.-u6m
47insman &? Ho ed,
factor& wid Crnrnission
Liberal.Avtes made on
Gotion and Naval Stores.
|1 11I0 CAU1Pt AND UJURIC OF CONSUMPTION.
-Tho primary cause of Consumption Is dirtiago
mOUS of the digestive orgins. 'htils deraigenment
9toduces deilcientiutrition and assimnilation. By
11ainitt10t I meaut baI process by which lhfe li
trHmont of the food is converted into blood, and
thence Irito the soliud or the ioty. Person.7 with
digmlnstion thus baupaired, having the slightest pre
disposition to pulr'onary dliease, or if they tako
cold, will bo very liable to hiwe Qonsumption of
the Lungs in maime or itsmA fornim; and I h-old that it
Will be itmpolhsible 14) cure ifty ciatse of Consumption
with'Mo 1i"t restorlint it goodigestiomn and henulihy
ansminiitli.n the very fi-st thing to be done bs to
Oleanse lime stomneh anid howelt; frot nil diseanA
hamcats ind sline, wlic 1i clot;gInt the'e ot iatIA bb
that itey cnnnot perfoirin their funetmtns, and then
ouse mi it nai restore lthe liver to it healtly action.
For thlis purpose the iureit and best reiedy is
Schoinek's M:mdmmlrake Pitit;. These PilIA elean tho
stomach and bowels of all th denti and morbid
slie thA is cnusint n' nil ai'decay iII tIe whole
System. They will clear omit thlive ii-r of oll dIemid
bile that ham accmmummmlaed there, iaind rmns'e It upm to
& new and healthy mttion, by which natural and
healthy bile in secreted.
The stomnvi. bowelm, imid liver are thuis cleansed
by tie tsbor f4cieenek's BI andrake Pi111s; Imt themO
temnilils it) tile Wo1mm21 lin exme.ssm of neId, lime
organ is orpid nd ti' n- mlii, tit-! poor. In the bowt
ela the liatetI3 mare w':o, atti req'uiring strength
andi support. It im iin a cotillon like this thit
Bchenett's Heimnweedi Tonie poro. to be tie silloit
Vahltitl rm-imvdy e-ver d1is'overed. It is alkiilime.
and its uoE will italize ail excess f nid. hmWilk.
lig a i' stmmim-la iswe$et, aind fresh; it will give per
mnnt ti thmt i fim- impmiriil mimimmim. srn llad emreite
h good, it-:irty peltilte. anlid prm-piamre the smy.ittim
for tie first pmocess of a gioi tigeotion, nimtd
uiltimiltely imamie good, htealthy, living Ilood .
Alfler this prpirtmry treni'ent, whitt retimain
to crme lmo. ea^, 4-' 'i o IIitt lol la ite fre
anl perse-vernii tw of !bi-ienik's 'uinipic Syrup.
Ti' 11niimonmi4c i.iyrlpi i i hes ih iy.tn, fl pri
fles the bloilod. uid N remlity ni0)rbedmii'A into tho
cirmiclation, iiil imee dMtribitled to tle ditsenvid
lmingm. There it ripi' ii ni morbirl maters. whetli-r
in the form t' nielmv4m' i' imliereta-. mii thein
aitst.m Nattire to easill thi1 Iii ilaisail miatter. fin
the florm o tram e per ilao. %h e moiw- it rili-iie
It Is tIhea 4 byl' iile itrat hialiim niid piri'yltir
properties 3Of M l 'etnck ' S 111ii mi ) -yru i, thiit ali
ulcers t mid "avitk are iilild 1) -luim . ad my
plst inlilt sOrA.
i'li e:!eni .it thnlit: to Ie di-ne' curg Con
itmionhilni is to gil aiim it 0,4-41d I aIietite fmil( a sood
digemilioi. so thmat tae oimy wmI girow inllhih manmld
ge strong. if at pt-rion immim -mmd liungs,-- a
cavity or minm- there, -t1h e-aviny t-aimmot heal. fll,
matter mainntil ripenm, so lomn4 wm file 'yiNti-mi is Iibr- 1w
par. What In itr m tere iN A new order of
tingms,-In good imppilitt. it aiod mtiirition, hlie ibodyi '
ta grow in liesh uid miet thi; then Nimatirm is hielyed,
the enviios will lii I I. h nmittler will rimen am le
itirowi oll in large miunnmlitisin, nid tie ierson
rega in halth and strengthl. Tix Its,- itue itui
mnymminii ur trni-i t iti-nt if nii proi mmi
ait III crt, C-iiimiltmii. mmiii II it lpnimmm I,
veryhad. If mim ing arm w ir'i. de ('s royerl,
or Ivnia 11' onmmin l11it ei.1hl'y gone'. lIi thtero- 1.m
enoughi vltality let. mni t(e oither to h-n.al Up, tmmh- le-r a
h oi mlim.
Ioitimn i h1111g. '.! r:-- it o m d (4hli ni
Ti i:< w let -1,, 'w'- ' i-1-- i, V2ii i mit mm.
('.m inmmaptnmi'm. in-: I i II '..:m :: it 1i.'
S'.;I :-u 1 i.1 -1 vrmn .: :! -. i i tp n1:'l. ,1p st.-,
aned :;V" Oli. "! --- : - s it- n - is to orls :.!
thl - y i'ns I n, Ij i. ,.1 . . il. l: m , in t him" i
wvieii e'.':' ii- Iho i -I-i aI m' tio,.
ViIiI. Cip0'Iio; lil Ill . 'ihi nimim-m [m :mk' MtWd
kiimm(lte ,rM shouh be-muiii mim ilimim it io':nk. co!,ti.
keepi in m-dolrs Inm'. e mtmrd q:'n1p %-r-ther aivid .
flighst air un-i ill -at t-cler exe:i uiy Its nt
gellniat 111) witrin nitl .
I wiih iL cibihatlym.mlmnd ihnmml mv'mhct I rmecnm
tit'md it m mii,-nto beI eiritm' in regard to) tmking
c-m.1, i'. Ib I' iuing im:.\ M,-'l m . i mti 'o for n minsimIl
rmtunonm. A -innwo il l.!-% hiii, ,:irfl IyI recovie t
1-.n11 th i s 1,111l14.4 it' it 1mit0 iIb I '.r nimmIr' lii 'le (to
Ii r0111. inm. mii'no b1w limt'it entir'ly mimnid:
1ii it *.i;m.eilme s $mnitng to lnsti fimll-:
miii. Ni'4j; as l u lm-C I are m.ml pi -e'l'VvI' k lled,
iut so ItI: i t hun miim.ilti'ei It inmi'r omn ,ii rea
irmi W' L e tlisnmse. I . i tii 11 i's tihit i s- ::I nI
nmmiiy -iin.I,1 inni . y l['amImntm i- .:. '. id w
t hentsel ves en tm* -r it / midl :iu.
pleasnmt. ('monirne'i t it.in mmmm::: nr' a
ins. or iores, which fii- ho- .t o..i oi attiimo.
phmro will iimimn. 'i' m. srm i t if mImm si
cOen wihll imny lMedichmi* n 'n in iny amii*ty tom
nitimtt iitamintioii nstm'! ' p.rovhkin li i, a
in1iny i' for iti tylm dl. .A mm inmniedim itimt :mimmnt.
With mnale '% to) ti h*m mmm1114, h - ex Ostai'mil ti e hiti: I
blauntm oit inter or ' .m mhill..!. w11 iLi t or' .pritg -
tir AItitmt mi. I shbonbi 1,e mtrI!'I;ilv'lliy hh-iteir frmim
tAll Irritating iniliii. The iutnimwt enuitionii
ilitild Iat obterv'il ma tlimunrilmlar. s withotim it
im 'nre undmr almost i 'trentiustimies is a imipos
'T'hi pMerb ni hil lie kePit on n who'lmincinome anda4
iamtrritios dil, aiid n! filhe M edhies cmitmmmt-il
tlutil the imimty iam r.t-ir-d toit the iaturid quantity
III li-mh aidt stronglhi.
I wnas myselfeirt et thin trenitmetii of lime worst
m'hd oir conitipiilot iot, and ma livel P' ;!.t Iut 1111d
ImArty th'se ituniy veurs, with oi' litmig imuiost'ly
gono. I lmmive muni' thtisiumd since. :.fnd verV
iammy knve been curmd by this tritmiet e mWhom I
iave never seii.
Aiboiit tlhe l-irt ofoctoier I expect to lake posses'
Kim, of iniv' men' intiiming, t ll, Northeast COrnir of
Sixth mml) A rmh Sitr'ts, whir- I similI be pleased to
give advie to all t wIho my reiire It.
Flil diretimns nminpanity till nmy temie ie
that a persoi nnm miy pnrt of the ivorld m'mn bo
teadily cured by at sitricl mtsrvine ai the mime.
jaii 28 ly
& Gen. A gents, Sanm Friscemm,Cal.,anmd 34 V'oiimiira Sm., km.'
MIL IONS Bear'Teiaony to limavir
WVondeorf'a Carati'e Ein-l'cl.,
IVintegar Ilitters re nt a yil, Fanemiy
Drhinmk, Madle of Paint Rtam, Wiskeyxm,
Proof' Spirlits andl Hbernsm l,iamaur, mimc'
tored, spiced andi amcotieed to lea-mse the taste,
called " Tonica," " Appetizern." "~ Itestorerm," & c.,
that lead thme tiplmer otn to drnikennessm andm rmuii,
but are a true Maumdicinio, nmdo from thme Nativo
Rtoots and Heorbs of U'alifonmin, fraeo fr'onmtall
AlcoltolIc Stimmmanlat, Thmey are the
OlIBAT BJLOOIJ PUII ElL iad A
LiFE (GIVING PILINVIlbi,E, a ierfect
Rtenevater and Inv'aiorator of time Syatem,. entry
ing off all poisonous matter anti restoring time blood
to a healthy condition. No persona cn take thesom
Ditters accordlai' to directionsi amid remin long
nnweli, provmled their .bones are nt destroyerl
by mineral poison or other meanis, andm time vItal
organs wasted bieyond time ipoinit of repnir.
They nreo n(lentlie Puruntivo as wrell
ne a Tomic, polsssig, also, thme peculiar merit.
of acting as a powerful agent in reievmng Oontges'
tion or Inflamimation of limo LIver, ail of ali them
FOIL FEMA LE COML'A INTS, whether
in young or old, mnarriedi or sigle, at time dauwnm of
womnanhoodl or at the lturn of life, these 'Tonhc flIt
ters hma'e no equai.
For' Infiamiuntiory anad Chrmoitle lRhen
msitum antii (lont, iiyspepsin.ah or' In
digemtion, llioms, ltatemhllout amid
Intermittmut Fovers, Di'meae of limo
IBlood, Liver, Kiadneys nnda liitidem',
these liitoea hamve bmmein most succesiful,. Sneah
JDisenses are casaed bmy Vllalni Ilined,
wiih is genemarnliy proinmeed by mdermingmnt of
thme lDigestive Oragansa
I)YMP'EPI'I A Olt- lIDI(JiESTION,
Heoainmhme, Pammha ime i-hmrmileriii, (loumghsi, Tlighmt
ness of time (Chemt. hizezinesis, Smmir Bruiitationm of
the Stinnehii, ladi 'Tnmste inm the imotmhii, iillousa
Attacks, P'alpitatioin of thme h lcat, Innuflmmamonm mif
the Taungsa, P'ainm in thn re-:ioni aif Limo K inleys, andii
a hmundiredm other' Imnhmfaul aymptoms are time off'
aprmig of Dyspeipm'in.
Th'iey Iivigmnto time .9toamnah anal stimtiulate time
torpid Iive-tr andm imowmetim, whmim'mchirender.thmmm of
imucualia'm e'hlimny lam ch'anrminmg time hmlood of nmil fn
pmurties, mmmid lmnparting niew ife' -ati vigor to thme
FOI R M'4K I N D ISEA fC Eil, Krnmitionis,Tetter'
Salt ithm-m, iliimtmchei, Spitim Pi 'implme. P'ustumlem
flails, (Carlineim't,, iting-WoS'irmm, Sen.'di 1kend. floro
vs,Ersirhei. 1tch, Hemrfsm iesi ationsim of time
kh mmimmrsan hiiin'is of mth 11mik li, of wht
evcer imina ir naturme, time litenuiy lna mmi mmmiuii cari
redl omit of thei uinmiteim lam nhorta mii.a > y t' me of
thoslitt ersltcn. (tae hmm the lam uch mnts wm-Il coma.
vinco the imisi. imncreduimlous of a heIr (unrativm effect.
- tiiennmo thme it imatedl huid whtemniver yon findt its
impupirittis ibmrattig thirough imo skitai Pam lumu,
St~mnpLIons or Sores ; acaimam it wi-en yotm find it
obatrunctei minma sluigiginh imitfime vm'imi ilenimio it
whmen it Is fonml~andm youmr feeilbags wmill lull youm wmhin.
Keep time bloodI puiro, anda tim hemmlth of the sysBteim
PIN, TAPE, anti othier WVOtiMS, nrking
in time symstem of so manay tihouamnds, mre oiTectuially .
eatr'oyead nti remmovedi
SOTAD BY ALT, IRUOGISrTR AND) DETf.T2RS.
J. WATME~i H Propmriotor. It. II. McDON AIn dr
(0O,, Inmmlal mmm and am. A4gents. tan F~rantesmo
(Jal., andltm anal 31 Comnmeorce Street. New York,
NECTA R W HISK Ey.
9 UIBLS. of' Flne Old Nectaril WhIiske'.
Just, received bty
Ayer's Oathartic PillA
For all the purposes of a axativO
clue Is so universally
re(Luired by oe -
bodly as a cathart 9
nor was Aver any bi
fore so universally
adopted Into use, In
every country and
amniong all classes, as
this Ili but ofliclent
.purgative 1411. The
obvious reason is,
that It is a inore rella.
blo and far muoro of.
rictual remedy thin any other. 'Those to IM
;ried it, knmow tha:t It ectredtimeml thoses sIYUQ
riot know tht itecres theirneighbrs and ends;
lint all know that wihat It dloes once it does &I
hvi 's - tihat it ikover falls through any flult orneg.
iett of its comi posit lon. We have tiousands upon
thousan~mil4 of certillmrntes of thmeir renmarkable cures
,f le following commptinti, hut such cures are
KinOwnm In every nolghmborhood, and wo need not
nmblishili thii. Adapted to aill agos and conditions
i alI Ilmitmtes ; containing neither calonol nor any
.I'leteorius Irtig, they may be taken with safety
iav anmviboiv. Tir ci sugamr-conting preserves thimo
~er i're,anmd naakes them p ii t to tako, while
aeing irevegetable, nto iarin canl arise fromi
themir useu ini anym mgmiumitity.
h'ley operate by ir ti powerful influence on the
iterial vIscera lpirily the blood and sthiuulato
It into healthy tit il-remmiove the obstructions
f thie stomach, iowels, liver, and oUter orgaw of
the body, restoring their irregum Iar act1ion to health,
by corr2ecting, wiherevMr they exist, such do
ingementsi as are the first origin of disease.
.Minuto <direetions are give4 nit the wrappor 012
lhe box, tI the followiVIg conmlaints, i0.431 these
P111S mIriidiy curoe
For flyseni61ia1 or kldilrention, aistless.
m)4.nn, ,aeut22 or mnI Lose of App. sete, they
shoullm be taken imnoerately to stimulate the stonu
xch, anct restore its healthy tone and action.
For Als ver Cona lahaint and Its various symp
Gilms, MBillons 111adatele, sick Iofiead
acias', J isusmadice or Greenm Micksses, MBii.
is ( Colie amid IBilina Fevers, they should
be initiilously taken for cach aso to correct the
ihs'eased actlion or removo the obstructions which
For 3lynentery or Ilarrheas, but ond
lmii dose I.- gmierally requlredt.
For 11 iessumiant lains, Vomt, Gravel, Pal.
ptitstions of thse fearteir, 1'ailn bar the
t4i=, llucik antd Zolos, ther shoubd be contin.
atomly taken, as rmlmitired to cliange the diseased
Alctioi of time systent. W ith such chango those
For lropsy and lroganical Swellings
lyi should lo taken lin large anid fequent doses
to pmromdmrtnc the 'ffect of a lRstie purge.
'or Magsprenniosa a large lose should bo
take 1 I produces the desired effect by sym,
Am mm Dinner Pill, take one or two PUi. to
promIte ligestion and relieve the stomach.
Am ocecastonal doso stlinuiates the stomach and
bowelm into healthy mnellon, restores the nppetite,
mind ligoriates tho systemi. Ilenco it is (often ad
vanmtageoums where Ino Winls clerangemment exists.
ime who feels tolerably well, oftei finds that a
lose o'tlimc-e Pi'lhu innkes him feel cicemly bet
ter, from their cleansing tomd renovtinmg effect on
.ie ligestive npparatus.
Dr. Jr. C. A YER & CO., Frturical Chenfisti
LOWE LL. MASS., U. 5. A.
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