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The Fairfieid Heral.
E RF Y WE]NDESI A.
The Ctijthl of Ireland.
A correspondent of the Boston
Daily Globe, in the courso of a letter
to that paper from Dublin, gives the
following account of the city
"nan' yoh ligine a city of 200,.
000 inhabitants that hail conuparative
ly Po noise, u.9 teams in the streets;
no amoko, Po, hurry, no manufac.
tures ? Yet such is~Dublin. Sack
Villo strect at mid-day, one of the
graidest thoroughfares in Europe,
looks like Broadway, Now York, at
about two o'clock in the mornin
this is, the streetway looks like it,ofor
that is the only time to get Broad
way clear of coaches and teams. But
the side-walks of Sackville street are
very lively and very- fashionable.
They are not like the jostling side
walls of New York or Boston;the
sidewalks of Sackville street are near.
ly as wide as Washington street, Bos
ton, and the promenading ladies, and
'swell' from the Castle or the garri
son, are nover obliged to elbow their
way in the approved fashion of an
American city. The immense width
of the street is silent and empty, ex
cept only for an ocoasional pigeon
looking for wheat or a sparrow look
ing for a worm..
"Just think of a worm in Broad
way. Ugh I the thought is unbeara
ble ; but in Sackvillo street-in the
very center of it-I ani sure t-bat some
silly sparrow, not knowing things by
their aspects, often gulps an old gray.
headed worm in mistake for his young.
CAt son., 0Gray-headed worm' is a
style of metaphor peculiarly suited to
ti dec.ription of an Irish streot, for
there's something of a 'bull' in it, and
something suggestive of a dreary and
"There are at all times plenty of
cars in Sackville street-but they. are
not moving ; they are standing still in
a long line, close together, out in the
center of the great street. The raw
boned horses are generally munching
'wirlp' of hay, which lies on t' e
ground before them ; and the good.
humored (river is lolling half asleep
on the cushioned seat, calmly waiting
for a 'fare,' his whip across his breast
and all his ready repartee couchant
and ready for a spring. Nelson's pil
lar, a fine monument, stands in the
center of Sackvillo street, and in line
with it is "the carstand.' Perhaps
some of your readers are under the
impression that I'm writing all this
about vehieles of the family of the
American street-car. Par from it : I
bpeak of the jolliest, easiest, hold-on
tightest, fling-you-off-going.rouid- co
ners sort of locomotion .in the world
the Irish jaunting-car."
A Touclihiig Ilicideint
In describing the flood which was
so disastrous to many sections in Vir
ginia, the Lynchburg papers record
the follow.ing very sad and touching
"A mother and several little chil
dren were making their escape from
a narrow neck of land, which lies be
t ween the river and the canal, when
they were amazed to find that the
bridge was already gone ; and their
only hope was to cling cn to the abut
mont of the bridge until the angry
waves should subside. Bat as they
stood there clinging to the abut
ment, the waters continued to
rise higher and higher-, while in
thec deep darkness they could
hear the crashing of trees amid
the thunders of hridge timbers that
were wildly dashing all aroundl thenm.
They had been in this desperate con -
dition some time when the little girl
felt that her strength was gone, and
with a wild shriek of terrer, she ex
claimed, 'Kiss me, mother, for I can't
hold any longer. l' And with the
warm pressure of that mother's lipv
upon her cheeks, she was swept
away and was seen no mere.''
Socitly illid Fuishlion.
Blade grass hats arc the latest loves
Tlhe latest styles of laudies' shoes
are made to button on both sides of
Them habit of taking arsenic to beau
tify the comnplexion is on the increase
amoeng both sexes, in New York.
Coral necklaces have superseded all
other kinds this spring, and the ma
nia for the rosa-tinted coral seems
rather on the increase than otherwise.
Suits of plain colored lawns, usual..
ly tri nmmed with some hiarnmnizing
shade of the samue goodls, will be much
worn for the street. Also linen polo0
m.s, trimmed with black velvet
guipure, to match thme color of tihe lini
t n, or linen fringe, nrc much in favor
f or every-tay wear. These appear tihe
best when worn over black silk skirts,
although skirts of the same material
as the polonaise arc often seen.
Mr. Charles E. Ro~bius has a sow
which a few days since brought a miale
pig with two bodies, f our cars, eight
logs, and one head. One body wvas
white, while the other was spotted.
Tfhe pig lived a short time, and has
been preserved in aleohmol by Mr. Ro
bins at his residence at Coalfield, in
Chestorfiold county, where it may be
seen by the curious. (ihosterfield is
still ahead."-echmond Dispatch4.
A few days ago, a clored man of
IHalifax county, LNorth Carolina, was
exhibiting to a crowd of admiring
friends the docile qualities of his fa
lorito mule by pulling his tail and
otherwise caressing him. Tihe coflin
was made of nopular jilank.
Pilotogr~py . 'ldcr - 4iffledftiqs for
llogue's Gulile Y-'Fot Politemeln 1161d
1l1g a Thief ip to the Camuera.
On May 17th, Charles Williams, a
young man who is-known to the police
as a sneak-thief by the sobriquet of
"Shoeney," was arrested by officer
McCahil, of the Broadway squad,
for having stolen a box of laeds vstl
ued at $0 from the store of Henry
Wechsler, No 110 Grant street.
Whilo being taken to the court
Williams bioko away from the Qilieer
and succeeded in maUnig his escape.
Ile remained at large until Monday
evening, wic n lie was arrested by
officer Lyon, of tho Tenth precinct, at
one of his haunts in the Bowery.
lIe was brought to the police hend
quarters yet-terday morning, and was
shcwn up to the detective force.
Superintendent Kelso ordered that
his picture should be tacen for addi
tion the Rignu's Gallery. On the
way to the g .llcry hie protested that he
would not have his picture -taken.
Jie was taken into the gallery and
seated in a chair and when the cloth
was removed from the camera iinuic
diatoly closed his eyes and opened
his mouth, making grimaces all the
time. They then attempted to seat
him again and hold him, when he
kicked the camera and btand over,
knocking out one of the linses and
otherwise injuring the instrumon t.
Detective Kel o then went back to
the central ofliee for a pair of hand
cuffs, and soon returned, accoTmpa
tied by Detectives Dunn and Walling.
The handeull's were thon placed on
him and held by Dnnn, while another
officor put a strap under his chin and
over his head to keep his mouth shut.
This plan was tried four times with
out much better success, the prisoner
pretending to faint several times, but
as soon as they attempted to take
his picture he would close. his eyes
and grimace so that it was impossible
to take a correct likeiess. The olli
cers had to be satified with a picture
with the eyes closed, this being the
same way in which 'Jack Shet'ppard'o'
picture was taken. Wi: ia itms was
subsegunntly taken to cut-N. ".
Anolhier "Meeping Beatily."
A very remarkable case of lo3thai-gy
occurred at Winterport, Maine, a few
days since. A daughter of J.luwsC
Mlayo went into the yard on Tuesday,
May 7 to bring in a little child, which
had unawares got out of the [louse.
While Miss Mayo was stooping over
the chill she became suddenly dizzy,
and comnplained of it to her mother,
who put her to bed. The girl fell
into a profound sleep almost imme
diately, and liar mother, upon trying
to awaken her in season for supper,
wassurprised to find her efforts una
vailing. After the family had eaten
supper they again tried to awaken
the girl, but still without avail. The
family becoming secriously alarmed,
the neighbors were called in, but
they could not suggest any miethod by
which the fair sleeper could be
aroused. A physician was also sum.
mone), and lie called in threo other
medical inen, who, among other meth
odd, sat the girl iv a chair, and
pour-od water from a few feet upon
her head and shoulders, but even this
failed, and the still sleeping girl was
putt again to bed. Execpt when she
wsdisturbed, her breathing was slow
and regular, and her pulse healthy.
At 2 o'clock on the following Sunday
afternoon she turned ever in her bed
and, awaking, called to her mother,
asking if supper wasn't ready yet,
and further said that she wvas really
hungry. She then got up and ate a
hearty meal, and has beeni in excel.
lent health ever since. The case ex
cited great interest in the town, and
the recovery of the sleeper was a
theme of muchs wondermonjt.--Ban.
Awful Disaister in Japan and China,
The very latest advices from Asia,
by way of San Francisco, inform us
that two most terrible and fatal visi
tations had occurred in the East ; the
one in Japan, the other near to China,
at sea. One of the insular ports of
Japan experienced a shock of earth
quake by which five hundred pleople
were killed. Sixty -one persons,
foreigners and Chinese, were drown 3d
by the sinking of a steamaship, after
collision with another vessel, oil
Shanhac, China. The nam6s of a fewv
of' the victiams of this last dlisaster arc
given in cur despatch, and go to show
that they must have been Americans
lImportai to Tobacco Dealers.
On an after July 1, 1872, every
persons who sells or offers for sale
manufactr~rod tobacco, snuff, or cigars
excep1t, manufacturers of t hose articles
who sell only their own products at
the plae of production, will be re
qjuired to pay a special tax at the
rate of $5, per annum, without regard
to the amount of his annual sales.
T['le exemption of lPcrsonis. whlose an
nual s.iles do not cxced $100 is re,
pealed by the new law.
A ship, Canal across the Peninsula
of F'loridla is proposed. The route is
the St. John river, 127 miles, then up
the O)ckhlawaha uiver for Go miles.
Tn this~ point a ship canal for the dis
tanice of' forty muiles mustit lbe cut
thfrough the swamps to the Amnaxara,
river, at a spot thirty-five miles fr'o mn
its nmouth, where it empties into the
Gulf of blexico, near Codar Keys.
Uy this route 650 miles will be siived
on theo'voyage between thme mouth of
the Mississippi and the Atlantie
ports. As the trade of 1871 between
the piorts on the GIulf 6f- Mexico"and
those on thme Atlantic coast amounted
to 800,000 tons, it~is believed that a
handsome revenue would beo dorived
from the nrorposed anal.
When the Blood Rushes with rocket-like
vidlenco to the head, causing 'hot flushes,
vertigo and'dimnoss of sight, it is a certain
sign that a mild, balubrious, cooling andi
equalizing axative is required, and TAR
nN.NT's EIfFEEVEscHKaT S ri..zER APEitIN'T
should be at once resorted to
SOLD BY ALL DRUGLOIsTS.
CURE tiat COL
Do notsnfer your Lungs to become dis
eased by allowing t. Cold to become seatQd.
Thousands have died Premature Deaths
The Victitus of Consumption-by negloct
ing a C014.
Dr. Wm. Hall's
BALSAM T LUNGS.
Will Cure Conghs, Colds and Consumpt ion
surer and quicker than any other renmedy.
It acts like magio. For sale by all Drug.
gists and Medicine Pealers everywhere,
F/or any ease of
liching or Ulcer at
ed Piles that Dc
BINo's PILE RE31a.
nr fails to cure. It is prepared expressly
to curo the Piles, and nothing else. Sold
by all Druggists. Plrice, $1.00.
I1ELT'S PATENT SHEET IRON
Cheapest an11d Best Roofing Made.
For circulars, references. or other inforna.
tion, address IV. S. BELT, Cincinnati, 0.
(No Taa Used.)
For outside work and inside, instead of
plasitr. l'elt Carpetings, etc. Send 2
samps for circular and samples. C. J.
FAY, Camden, N. J.
Agents Wanted 9
Parties investinz front $15 to $:5can make
tr:a $6tt0 to $300 a month- nnd experises.
Address, with stamp. UNION Sil IUT1 LE
SEWING MACHINE CO., Philadelphia.
$300 TO$500 p mionth Agenis
wnntedl. Address Ei
SMwiNo MAcitN CO., Buffalo, N. T., or
A uGNTs WATEKn -Agents Wake more
money at m ork for us than at anything
else. Business light and permanent Par
ticulars free. 0. rTssus & Co., Fine Art
Publishers. Portland, Maine.
u.8 PIANO CO., N. Y. Pric,P
U SINo Agents. Circularsfree.290
itare Chance fAr Agents.
Agents, we will pay you $T' por week in
0ash if you will e'gage with 11s AT ONCK.
Everything furuishied and expen-es paid.
Address F. A. ELLS & W0., Charlotte,
Or ganlic Law or tle. Scxes-Con.
ditions which impair vitaliiy--positive
and negative electricity-proof that. life is
evolhed wit hout union-effect of tobacco
iifluence of fish and phosphoric diet-mod
crn treatmnient of pelvic diseases, stricture
and varicocch-, and arrest of d-elopment
tent lectures to his private surgical class,
byv EDWVA I1l0 II. IUlXON, M. D).,-12Fifth Ave
tue, N. Y. Oh- pages, 25 cents.
"Every line from the pen at Dr. Dixon
is of great vailue to the whle~l human race."'
llo race Greeleyi.
G REAT M~ED)ICAL~ iiooK of useful
knowlecde to all. Sent free for two
'dtmps. Address iDr. BoSAPAnTa &- Co.,
LIE INSURANCE CO.,
Hon. Jefferson Davis, Pres't.
Geni. Wade H~ampton, Vice Pres't.
J. D. KENNEDY, 8ta o Ag int.
may 10-lyocal Agent.
NEW ARURIVA LS,
J. D. McCARLEY'S.
1 ilarret of Old Cabinet R~ye, 18.0
1 Barrel Blackberry itrandy,
I Barrel (linger Brandy,
Rtamsey's Scoteht Whiskey.
8tuart's Irish Whiskey.
.Also, a good stook or' GIrocerier. Consist.
ing of Sugar, Coffee, Rice, Molasses, -Ba
con, Lard, Breakfast Strips, Sugar Cnredi
Shoulders and Hams, Jars, Pink Eye, Ear
ly Rose, Goodrich and Poach Blow P'ota
toes.' jan 80
ONE Tierco more of those fine uneanvass
On e oar load Prime White Corn.
A lot of unmixed Cow P'eaa for Beed.
mary 10 nEArry & nnn.
SECOD 'SUPPLY I
We are now receiN
ing our Second
Spring and Summer
esa- am eas ID O_ .
All sold at lowest
LADD BROS. & o
The Second supp1:
of new and beautifu
Shoes of all styles
Many made, to ou
own order, now con
ing in at
LADD BROS & COs
IJT S T OR E !
1 Car load Whito Bread Corn,
1 Car load prime Yellow C rn,
1 Car load No. 1 Mixed Corn,
300 bushels White Spring Oats,
100 bushels Bolted Meal,
100 barrels Flour,
100 sacks Flour,
25 Kits Mackerel,
15,000 lbs. Whit e and Smoked Bacon,
Lard in Cans and Kegs,
2 tierces prime Canvassed llams,
10 sacks No. 1 Co0'ee,
4 boxes gernuine Italian Macoaroni,
Sugars atf all grades,
Smoked and Pickled Tongues, &c..
Pickled Salmon and Shadd,
IIominy, Blioe, &n.
Plow Moulds, Steel, Iron, Nails &c.
Ilocs, Spades, Shovels, Trace Chains,
And a large stock of Boots and Shoes.
Call and examine our Btock.
lA~COT & 00..
Livry and 5al1
A. F. QG00D INGQ,
I KEEP' constantly on hand extra fin
LKe ntuc ky Ilores and Mules. Partle
in an clof good stock will do well to giy
In connection with my L~ivery Sttble,
havdnpened a Carriage, Buggy and WVag
on Factory. All work neatly executed an
Warranted,. Give me a call.
25 DOZEN Birades Crown Iloes.
1 Tierce 01' Whole Rice.
50 Bushels Meal.
Patent Cotton Black Bands and looks.
For sale by
mar 10 - BEATY & BtO.
O NE more cheat of that fine UNCO0O0
ED JAPAN TBA, which has give
such univera asatiufagtion wherever used
feb.27 BEATY DROb
MoMASTER & BRICE
ARE now receiving a ohooo alock of
Fashionable and Staple Dry Goods, in
which tho ladis may find beautiful Black
Silks, Japanese Silks, Linens. Muslins,
Pique Clot h, Grenadine, Dol'y V trdens and
other Dress Goods. Elegm t L& es, Rib
bone, and other dress trimnu .g .
Rheelings, Towelingq, Quills, Musquit
Nets, Oil Cloths, Matting and other hous
A good supply of Cassimeres, Lincnq,
Cottonades, Clothing and ][sts for Men
and Boys, ns well as an unuasual Inrgo ad
dition to their stock of Fine Shoes uad
llnrdwrare. Woodenware, Crockery, Books,
Paints and Medicines.
A boantiful stoik of Wall Papering,
Window Shades. &c.
The Inspeotion of the Publio is Invited.
TICKETS to the CONCRET
Fair and honest dealing in Dry Goods,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,' Trunk,, &o., can
bo had at
DAVIDSON & 00'S.,
Now Dry GOOds Emparin'1', ne si, door to
f51 Elliott & Co's.
1 Car load Corn.
18,000 ll.a. Flour in barrels and sacks,
8,000 lbs. Bacon and Bulk Meat,
150 Blushecls meal,
Sugar and Coffee, different grades,
A prime lot WV. I. Molasses,
1 Barrel Fresh Petroleum.
FOIR SALE BY
ESTA ISI5H E D 18597
L RtEbIPECTFULL[Y in
formi the citizens of*
I nnboro and Fairfiold District, that I
have just returned from New York and
h lavo purch:zsed a full assortment of Watlh.
es. Jewelry, Clocks, Spectacles, &c., and il
will sell at. the lowest. prices, and would b
respecifully ask thme cnnuusnco of the
Spatronnge of my old friends and oustomners.
All goods warranted as represented. I aim
preparedl to (10 a!l kimd of Watch iad Jew..
elry work andl have always a good i tock of 9
- good material on handl, andl will guarantee c
satisfaotion. All work warranted. d
C H AIRLES M ULLIER,
Second door from C IlRion'. Ollio.
cot 8 s _ O'2' mc.
Fresh Soda Edinburg Plc Nio Crackers
and Wino Bisouit, a nice assortment of
Frenoh Candles, Fresh' Cocoan~ut Cream,
Plain Candses, all kinds. Also Jollies ins
a Goblets, Tuqublers and 2 pound Cans, Deal.
. ated Cocanut, Piokles, Sardines, Oranges,
api118 0. A, WhrT.
Doors, Sashes, BIIhds, &c.
P. P. T 0 .A. j :.
Manufaoturer and Dealer,
No. 20 Ha.yne Street and Ilorlbeck's Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
SWi This.is the largest and most com
plete factory of the kind in the Southern
States, and all articles in this line can be
furnished by Mr. P. P. Toule at prices
vhihou defy competition.
fiy- A pamphlet wih full and detailed
List of all sizes of Doors, .0ashes aind Blinds,
md the prices of each, will be sent free
tnd post paid, on application to
P. P. TOALE.
july 11-ly Chatleson, 8 C.
Dharlotte, Columbia and Augusti
COLUoxIA, March 29, 1872.
1 IIE following l1a'''enger Schedule will
go into effeut on this Road oi and after
3untday, March 31.
DAY TRAIN--00ING NOUTl.
icave Augusta, at 6.45 a m
. Colitumbia, S. C., 11.45 a in
4 Winnsboro, 1.52 p in
" Chester, 3 31 p i
Irrivo at. Charlotte, N. 0. 6.10 p I
DAY TRAIN-o.e0 souriH.
er.vo Charlotte, N. C. at, 7.10 a n.
Chest er, 9 20 a in
Winnsboro, 10 64 a in
" Columbia 1.151) n
irrive at Augusta 6.15 p m
NIOUT TRAIN-GoXNO NORTH.
Leave Augusta 6.30 p In
" ColInbia, 11.10 p n
" Wininsboro, 1.10 a mn
" Chester, 2.39 a m
Irrivo at Charlotte, 5.00 a in
NIGHT inAIN--oOING SOUTH.
,eave Charlotte, 7.25 p m
Chest er.' 9 23 p in
Winnishoro, 11.82 p n
Colmtiibia, 1.49 a n
kirrive at Augii.ita, 6.30 a m
E. P. ALEXANDERI. Supt.
B. R. Donsay, Genrcial Ticket Agent.
The Intendant and Wirdens of the Town
>f Winnsboro, in Council met, do ordain,
iant. file 'I own Marik et is open to finy on1o
'or the sale of troeh mneats, with the follow
rig charges for fihe privilege of selling.
!iz: For one beef, S, sheep, hogs, or
0nts, 50 cents eaci.
'I hey do also ordain. That all fresh meals
hall be sold only from Ihe Market, and
Ily one violating this ordinance, shall pay
fine of'Five Dollars for each and every
iffence. Any one offering tainted or un.
1ound1 meats shall pny a fine of Five Dollars
'or each atnd every offence.
Done in Council. in the Town of Winns.
ioro,.this 12th day of April, 1872.
D. It. FLENNIKEN,
apl 16 Clerk of Council.
IE Tntendant and Wardnns of (lie Town
of Winnsburo, in Council met., do or-.
Inin, That. the ordinance of April 16th,
872, in reference to tie tax on the sale of
resh nit ats be modified, so (lint the sale of
ny hog, sheep or goat, weighing over 25
oundsk, the tax be 50 cents, anid any Weigh.
nig 25 pounads or less. 25 cents be thie tax.
thso. hiat, aiiy beef weighing over 40
tounads to thec quarter, thme tax be $I, and
ny weighiing 40 pounds or -less, 50 cents
ie tho tax.
Done in Concil, in the Town of Winna
>oro, this 16th day of May, 1872.
JAo. W. LAW,
[L. S j Int endanat.
). Rt. FLENiaeaN, Clerk of Council.
".IONSISTIINGJ in part, of litreaus, lied
J steads, Bedroom .ettis, Chairs, WValnut.
Vrltinig Desks, something new for t his mar.
at; Solid'Walnut Book Cases, Wardrobes,
vtlniut anid stainmed, Walnut, antI Marbletop
~ables, for parlor, Saloon Tables, Sofas,
le. We aro determilned to sell, and sell
heap for Cash. Th'lose who wish bargains
rill do well to call, see anid buy.
Let those now buy who never bought
Lnd those who always bought, now buy
if that, new and elegant. Furniture, low for
apI 27 McINTYRE & CO'S.
h as just received a large and splendid
asortmaent of Dry Goods, Ladies Dress
loods, Notions, Fancy Goods, Shoes, &e.
Also fresh Gr'oceries, Bacon, Flour,
lackerel, Lard. Meal, G rist, Sugar, Coff'ee,
ea, Syrups and fresh Kerosene Oil,
JrS E. 0. ]30.Aa-.
Wishes to inform her friends and patrons
iat she has just opened ta full stock of the
itertstyles of Hats, Bonnets, Ribbons,
aces, Flowers, &o., and will, as hereto.
ro., uso every efr opes h otfs
hlous. Or~derill recve mos nr fuland
rompt attentIon. Bridal and Mourning
onnets, madhe to order. Also latest styles
.ignions. Swites, F'anoy Jewelry, La
ies Tyes, c.ap8
.ure Tripoli anti Emory.
U L known to jewollers and1 silver
Vsmiiths as a superior and eOonomical
rticle for cleaning anid burnishing Gold,
liver, Copper, Steel, Biritannia and other
fetals, and also for cleaning Windows,.
[Ira erA and Glass~rare. For sale by
sept 6 MoTNTYRE & CO.
Hay and Corn.
Sf 'lales Timothy,
8(6 Bushels 'ri'n WVhite- Corn. -Just I
ceeived and wIll be sold low for eash,.
anI 80 BEAT &.. .l--.
n a i rauclIR, at Co go,
MAlL L]IONNS Ilear Testimnsoy to 1i clr
Woniderfuil Osirative E[ffects.
Vinegar Bitters are not n. vile Fanicy
Drink, Mlades of Poor Runsai, '. Whinkor.
Proof Spirits and Refuse Liquors, doc
tored, spiced and swoetened to please the taste,
called "1 Tonticse," "1 Appotizors," "1 Restorers," &c.,
that lead tho tippler on to drunkenness and rulen,
but aro a truo Mledicine, made fromi thle Native
Boots and Heorbs of Unlifornia, free front all
Alcoholic Stianulantsi. They are the
GIREAT 11L001D PULIFEIL and A
LIFE GIVINu FPLINCIPLE, a perfect
Renovator and Inivigorator of the Systemt. carry
Ing off all poisonous miattor and restoring the blood
to a healthy condition. No person can take thoso
Bitters according to directions And remin tong
unwell., provided their bonos are not dostroye4
by mineral poison o r t meas, and to vital
organs wasted beyond the poiut of repair.
They are a otie Purgative a Tell
ais a Tonee, possessing, also, thl voculiar mrit
f acting As a liowerful agetit In releving Coges
tion or Inflammation of the Liver, And Of All thO
FOLt FEIA1o Cn PLA INTS, whether
In young or old, married or single, at the dawn of
wootmanood or at thle turn of life, theo Tonio Bit
tors have no equal.
Reo' atoruen Invtatory nd Chronic Rhem -
lugnf ailn and U ou Dyspoplng or In
digfestion, 11111ou1, Raniittent nd
Intelittonit Fevers, pIsoncses of the
Blood, Lover, Kiducoyn and Bladder,
theso Bitters have been most successful. suck
Disenses are causon d by Vitintd Blood,
which Is generally produced by drangemnpt of
they gLaesto tive urgtiPs.
IDYSPEl'SIA 4) t INDIGESTION,
Heaache, il~ssthE alo, ho Cughis, Tight
niess of Lte Chest, Dizzinessg, Sour Eruetations of
the Stomnah, Bad Trtol t in helouth, Bilos
Atacks, Plpitnation of the leart, Inflai lntion of
the Lungs, 'ain h Lte regions of th Kidneys, and
a hundred other painful sympton arsthd oft.
springs of Dyspepsla.
They invigorato tho Stomach And sti latoe the
torpid Livor and Dowels, which render them of
Unequalled enuc lin clean nig the blood of all imi
purities, and Unpting now life and vigor to th
whole oystejo. t
FOIL SK IN DISEA SES, Eruptions,%Tatter,
Salt Itheumi, Blotchiea, spots, piples. Pusitules.
Boils, Civerbuncl, Ring-Worms, Scad liend,ore
thesIsrpas. Itch. curfus, Discoloration of the
kin, imor and Diseases of t e Skin, of what
over name or natuiro, nre liternliz p nn car
rl-d out of the nalte p a ehort d e unte of
thero Ititters. (hw bottle In uch cases will con-.
Y1100incle must, inre nlo Of their curativeeffect.
Cleanse the Vit iated blood Whenever you find its
Impurities burstig through th e skh in Pimples,
EruptiosorSores; elennlso it when you find it
obistructct anud aluggish lin thle velna: cleanso it
When i tos foul,nnd your feelings will tllyou wilen.
teep tle blood pure, and th health of the syste
PIN, TAPE, and other WOR8s, urkinf
In the vystem or so inany thousands, are nfecltuly
destoroyd and removed.
SOLD BY ALL DitUGUISTS AND DEALERiS.
J. WA LKB E11, Proprietor. 11R. 'McDONA LD &s
uO., Dru icta and cen. Aninti. buno FracIns-co
ual., and and 31 Coanewrco Street. Now York.
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