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The Fairfield Herald.
A Down-East Tar's Victory.
In a lecture recently delivered in
-Boston, Mr. John L. Hays related as
an anecdote of the revolutionary per
iod the story of the whipping which
King William IV. received from a
Portsmouth sailor-boy. Nathan
Lord, afterwards a prominent ship
master of Portainuoth, was a lad of one
,of the privateers.captured by a Brit
ish frigate. One day a young mid
:shipman came near the prisoners,
who were having an airing on dock,
and spoke suecringly of "the rebels."
Young Lord, being a lad of spirit,
retorted : "if it were not for your
rank sir, I would make you take back
-that insult." "No mutter for my
rank" said the gallant though arro
gant young officer ; "If you can whip
-me you are welcomo to do it." The
challenge was eagerly accepted and the
two had a regular sailors' set-to. The
Yankee was victorious, and the Eng.
-lishman acknowledged himuself boa
ten, and shaking hands with his oppon
ent said: "You are a bravo follow; give
me your name and I will not forget
.you." At the end of the voyage all
the prisoners, with the exception of
Lord, were sent to prison. The ad
sairal sent for him and informed him
that the young Duke of Clarence, a
son of his 31ajesty George II1., the
young midshipman with whom he had
fought , had requested that ie be set
at large; that he was at liberty to
go into any part of the kingdoi, and
that the Duko had placed ai.5 noto at
Attempt to get a Husband.
B3ottlobury, of Camden, will never
drive into the creek to save another
woman from drowning. Ile saw a
girl named Sparks tumble in the
other day off a boat, and be instant
ly plunged in after her, caught her
by the dress, and swam to the shore
with her. As soon as they were on
dry land, Miss Sparksgavu a hysteri
cal scream, flung her arns around
Bottlebury's necok and fainted. Just
thea the father came up with the
rest of the family, and perceiving the
situation, he dashed up to Bottle
bury, graspel his hand and said -
'Take her, my boy, tako her I It is
hard to give her up. It wrenches her
o'd father's heart ; but she is youra.
Bless you, my children bless you 11
Then Mrs. Sparks cried, and she said
she hoped Harriet would be happy.
The sparks manifeteod their emotions
by climbing up Bottlobury's legs, and
pulling his coat tail, While llarriet
came to, and laying her head on
]luttrobury's shoulder whispered
iss me, darling.' Bottlobury
amazed and indigniant tore himself
-away and god, lie was arrested that
afternoon on a charge of breach of
promiie, and on trial the jury gave
Miss Sparks two hundred dollars
damages. Bottlobury has intimated
to his confidential friends that if any
other woman intends to fall overboard
near him, she will find it to her ad
vantage to learn to swim first.
,The Mormons brought 2,437 immi
grants over from Europo last year.
The opinion of the Attorney Gen
eral that the Virginius wvas not an
American vossol has ticited much
comment. The opinion was uncalled
for and is very lame.
The Dutch have dlefeated the Sul
tan of Acheen.
.IThie skilled wvorkmnen in Now York
city out of omploymnent, are 4,000 in
excess of the number this time last
Twventy..i ie families of immigrants
have been ordered by Dr. Davis of
Clinton, Laurensa Co., and others, and
five families for gentlemen near Po
maria. They are on their way.
The colored Citizens of Charleston,
and the State Government, from the
Governor to the Legislature, attached.
celebrated Emancipation Day, oni the
One hunmdred Italian imnmigrantsa
are on their way to Charleston.
Joseph Arek, the great English
Republican, will bring 10,000 imi
grants fronm England to this country
in thIt spring.
'Thme English are beginning to get
the bettor of the Ashantece.
Southern Trade lRevirling.
The Charleston News remarks that
its issue of the 19th inist. contained
the largest list of vessels in port that
has been neon at any 0one time since
1865, and in amnount of tonnage pro.
b'ably the heaviest that lhae over oc
cupied the harbor. T'hese vessels
have been attracted thither from all
points by the liberal offerings of cot
ton, rice, naval stores, phosphates,
&e-, In cotton receipts alon~e
Charleston shows a gain of twenty
thousand bale, ever th'ose of last
y.ear. Theso arc suspicious inidica
tions of the revival of trade and
commerce in the Southern marts, and,
with the conipletion of the works of
internal improvement already in
progress, the future Jrosperity of the
South may be safely assurd-N. Y'
E~mperor William, of Germany,
till continues alarmitngly ill. Should
be die, a moglifleation of 'the policy
I the empire, particularly on the
liureh question, roay be ex pected, as
is well known that the ol dJnnecke r
arty, with which the crown prince is
affiliated, is betterly hostile to Bis.
mnarok and his conduct of affairs.
The Charleston Enterpriso RLail
ro-ad has commenced operatinn..
Hydrophobia from a Cat Bite.
James Raymond, aged twenty.
breo, of Gold street, Brooklyn, was
bitten by a oat in a Now York store,
t few weeks ago. No serious effects
followed the wound until a few days
igo, when symptoms of hydrophobia
began to manifest themselves. The
breatmont of the physicians was una.
vailing, and Wednesday night ho
iuffored all the agonies of the dis.
oaso. It was not thought t! at he
would live until morning.
A great sensation has boon produo.
ed among English ecolesiastics in
consequence of Dean Stanley's having
invited Dr. Max Muller to deliver a
lecture at Westminister Abbey, and a
London letter predicts that Othis in
novation will produco a forment in
the Church of England. The Deau
seems to have hope that some day a
reconciliation of all religious sects
may be brought about, and his re
peated liberality toward other
churches lies excited much nlarn.
Whon Muller delivored his lecture
the choir did not attend, the clergy
wore only their college gowns, and
the assembly issaid to have resein
bled a public meeting rather than at
congregation. The subject of tile
lecture was the religions of the world.
"Now is the winteror ofur discontent
mndo glorious," by our hoiuste being
mado warm and comfortable, nviog se
cured good Doors. aecs ni iliids.
Marblo and Marbleized State Mlaniel
lieces froun tle Great Southern luilders'
Emiloriin. To those now suilering cold
from faulty doors and broken 1 aishIs, &C.
we say order at. once froim 5iessi!. 1. I
Hall & Co., Charleston, 8. (. They oir
al so Agents for Asbestos' liooling, lel
and Liih, which is superior to till, and
particularly desirable for roots of ill
kinds, for sale at manufactirers prices.
Cni iu' HAN DS, face, rough skin,
pimples, ringworn, salt-rheim and at her
cutnneous all'ections ciired, and itho skill
niado sot, and sinooth, by using tihe .1us
P'et TAU SOAP, made by Caswell, lazard
& Co., New York. lie certain to get the
J iniper Tur Sonp, as I here ao manny imi.
tations mnade with coisinon tar which are
|| NElW A DVEl'TIEM EN''.
SAMNLE4 sernt. by mail for 50c that
ret ail quick for !$10. W0 L. WLCOT ,'
181 chatliam 8quiare, N. Y,
S. lirings you free by mail the very best
c) ELASTIC TRUSS ' Wri it
onice to POltEnAY & Co., 711 Broadway,
hle M1Esulic CombSent by miil to
any one for $1. Will chani oge any olored
hinr to a perinanent blnek or brmwii aid
coiitains no poison. Trad e siinp'lied at
low rates. Address, MA(IC COMl Co.,
Wentworth's Key-ring nnd Check coma.
bined. Ger. silver samplo 15u. Circiais
free. StaiTord Al't'g Co. d36 Filton st., N. Y.
i'])8SYCI1OA.)INCY, or OLC'11A.6-\1~
-ING." HlOW either sex maify ins1cinie
and gail e love aid afections Of ally per
Son) ihey chloose, instantly. "'lhis simlple
Ientali aement all canl posseiss, free, by
ma ii tor :!, vs. to:tether wiih a iarr;age
guido, Egyptian Oracle, Dreams, iils to
Ladies, Wedding Night Rhirls, &e. A queer
book. Address T. WILLIAMS & CO. Pubs,
SA large booki full of good things valnahi ect,
ami Important iformatin, miaill io t wo stoinps.
Addrcs + LEEi & C0., 24 tiixth Avo., Now Yurk.
Great lletluction In Gold and1( Sil
ier Watches oni AccounIt of
O. II. Phelps, No, C77 Sixth Av., Newi
York City, has1 decided toe sell hiis enire li
stock of' Watches at. tile followitng low
Siver llunt ing Cylinder watch $9 0(
Silver Hunting Detached Lever Watch
Silver lluntinig Detached Lever, SilverI
Capi $1-1 00
Silver Illnt'g. A m. Waltham, 2 oz full jew.
eled $22 00
Pilv. hlint'g Am Waltham, 2 oz- full jew.
eled $19) 50
Lady's Giold Watch $20 50
Ladly's Gold Watch eonmed ease, Gold Cap~
Genitlemnan's Gold W~atch,, full jeweled
(Gent leman's Gold1 Watch, American $-18 00l
G.eniilcian's Gold Watch, Amnericanl $66505
Te package canl he openlled ai the ex
press otiee iaid the Watch exainied beforie
p~aymlenlt is made. All orders shuould be
add ressed . o C. ii. JJIEIZ'S,
Sixth Av. and Thlirty-nxinth st.. Now York.
CO0[0G18, 0OLD hIDAllSENESS,
AND ALL iiROATr 1DSEAES,
Wells' Carboic Tablets
PUT UP' ONI.Y IN JilI.U 1 x8's.
A TrRIED AND SURNF REMEDY.
Sold by all Druggists.
T1he hi ighest Medical Autiihor ites o
Eulrope say I ho strongest Tonic, Purifier'
amid Deobst~ruent known to the medical
[t arrests deocay of vital forces , exhauslt ion
of the nervous system, restes vi gor to
the dolibitat ed, cleanses v itiat ed bloodl
removes vosieles, obstruct ins and lacts
dlirectly on tile i ver and Spleen. Price $1|
a bottle, Jolla Q. KELLOtiG, 18 Platt
St., N. Y'.
cures all Numnore from the wors S erf.
ula to a common Bfloteh or Phipplo
,From two to six bottles arc warran Lel to
cure Salt Rhenzu or Totter Pimples
'on Face, Doll., Erymi lam and
Liver Comiplainme. Six to twelve bot
ties, wvarrantedl to cure *erofuloue.
Swollinug. an~d Sores and ait Sk in and4
Blhood Diseases. By it~s wonderina
Pectoral properties it will Cure the most
severe recent or lingring Cough In halt
theo time rea dred a~ny other mlediie
tnR and nitenvia n ctgsoth
7I'Ii ollly lilioWii l lc0(|c011.
TAT A T T 'Fli S A31: il ti
Purges, Putrifles, and Strengthiens thme
Dr. Tutt's Piils are cmpo eil of mny
'ngreiimintst. Pro-tninen~t niniltng Ilin*m are'
sairmpaiilat andt I ib IdIicherr, si tin an a
to act totgemther; the onte, thr.>nmgh jil ml.
mixTure itl ote u fi'tanes. m puifin
and purging ; while hi' other- 2-utalnct1est
purifying Pn rife ing :t hilient her i:
sntregut s.henminmg lhme sysit Tiii, i s iii :i ite
Pills m tar it, ithe san i inem t .i i i tn t a
tat hart i -, a eier t o.e. b.'.g Hsi-UIh by a.
fm-dint te n,'it.l b i t ee b.-for thscoverve1.
inxthr e il 13 e. Fhey s al ihe : wotk 01- I w
s-nue lin ; nnelrc i inch 'wt-gr tlt h -nttiv
twoi~n wendwo, t hg:%iey rIbe noeih'n
ft t he~gl in sy ite bu t i: ti es, Ti . Iliv:;
hence Iithey ci nI -Ito dliilit n ti .d ir ftli.
loweti by no retion.
11Dr.il Tu t'e ll h11wn1 t u i ln
Inc o ne the h im . y i <le.< .>n~ly if ur;vy
twitou we k nin of, 1 or tht -nfv en -e ::
frxo ( al iei sranm Lit t he-. -It I' . I
is conIerteti into hii , ilttit t: s mi- tkes til'
pubre blood n t e i hltsihiiit. As
Dhre Ti H no Peil a , im pi vsii rs i s no111
nnucea or fikes -ltl. 1.'.(ing)rdh I -II ion
Wiho t ellviil- i t 1 im -v 1. hi,. S 1(
of' this plmtst h..-nt-t Ii nmtttitdi ,i. whit
never starins or turttiur-; ith- digl--tive
otrgi's. bto CIMt't hlinem tOil N lt it i p -
iectly tll uial mtannler : he e p r 1 t I.
kiitg then< do t ibecome pa' :i mttmneia
tedl, but. on fthe contralry, w% hile all 11n6111ri
ties ire heing removeil, flte cottiitei ac -
lion of the -trMsa' rilla "n"t Wi!<l ''ie-y
purifies niui invipig-Ities tihe bttitly, Itd a
riObons t *-tint l of h ilith is lit re.ui t it
their l ui-i ntelionl.
L'rice '.. ceviis t l:ix. S hi!l Iy ll lrirt
gimls. DlepotI .18 ''ortlatmi t ,I. N. Y .
2410 iianlos 'and Ori;; new :i
ecn!lluttui, 4.1, lir-1 chi~ var'iT" wi:l he,,
Sold il at lwe- rlis -i fr c:-h (. it- .Il inl 1 .
uiet s in ily (-v Ci.. -. :tIti m i t , I ;.. ! bi :
fgli in.iail crisis tl 1 . , ,%. Hy .. v.
:tee Watervis & -oll, 'No -.1 1 1 ; - 1 %% ,
Ilml ' ever II f. -e N . % \ i .
\getiL s %%nt e 11 or t e hI Its t!: i! , e -
OrganN. Jllit.sra i a h (
cis cn i inPe' i .. rii st to Ithe I ran ime .\ tlii
discounit to.ln tesCh r e -
P,000 Agets 41anted.Sup
Sent fre e by 1t al:1, n il t- I in-, t1e . :n- I.:
$5t oo m i t er hly. i\ti i .t- -iv c'
NewarI, N. J,
Dn. J. P. Fm ' rt.-W in o lwrn, v' . I graduae.1 at (v'
toreceda'I.iler'orfiget ntile R4telmatittIs;
11yriaps. I guaranten it an naalliialeenre orr Ner%-, Ki,'
i . A. C; V T . N N r, 'I i -.
(70 Clorrymen voro Onrol e o a m! f %. nyiinwot .
i1(1m t*V'ln~~ti-) i I I.. Vr'smr I'.~. t -%-t .) I
F~w inMtlhIP hn mv -- Re.-Milco i. inrncm l ow ..
'i ti m'lit , vtinr N. m .Lt m 1 ..h- ;.1a w i imm h s t .
Pila.,&c. hmm iirteIt -hmll.twiin U -.F i t Ph .repa
tat-iryt Ini i t punmt t im-m.rm in . On t at rd f- r - i.
itrablo casu.Nocuro vocharge aaiu ..' %rl by dru1gi:et..
S03m1b CA 1W . 1,s
Depos|ts of $I 1ilid l'pvilrt:;s i i.
YI E R l E -|'i ' .1 . 0. 1.:> .- 7' T i R I | 'i
0 S I '- l -| :l I -i:.y i- /.* li| . I tt.\ it.:
L iON (mgm-a ill1471PW I *2( .S: tim
I N (i-|i'mmm itm t'. I .,;- 11 ;.- j -; y .
.A S(th t S-'m-;r C I*iT. ' .s!! l'.\ t>
i Oa~tCia'et F, FN C 1it 7 .
A., it et iz, ': h iV I.
A naskel at W . .\mt .\'i-tmt.to . i;. S is.h.
Jilt li.m al i nr , Th I.. i- in.
E.I. 1)zT Sco, (e wl, . I y.tt
W.y - .i a es e h i '
11. II.1(<0 h-l__,_Ch r___ Ii
lhie nenmIe Jri , t'm()on
- mAINl 'innsi-m.rel trui, mtIC
1.\utcen t, ic Widows tyban-s.m tIN .-< -
teymi have'm- no p mresen U <-in hti- t .lgmi
I iid, huiil r ao i-t calrb iks ta-timm a i
deiihm str tin b le atni l a'it' it i' . 'ne 'hi .
dtrw go01 intres teratii i i' e.l.ttiit'io
juc 2- 1
OW)I\ NG, the low p:Iee of
Cot hoi and. the great !al'eity
of Inoilev, we ilow ofler our
('lnt ire Stock o'f Goods at e
t re vw prices. Especial
at tent i i s k called to our very
II'.PkISt-) <k o
Gcods, boots, Sos
I ats and Cap., and a splendid
line (f Cassimeres, all of which
we oilt'r at ]).aie ipies alI to
suit the tinu-*. Coie with the
CIAS I i anl get B -ARGAINS!
ALL I hi e i Idebted to u1
arenryntl raa~sedto colme
Cl'wward ant .I tle uip, as Wc
a r gr.Atv ill iued of muonieV,
Mc M fAT AER. ' BRCE,
t. .\R il::.tied ie to IIu for G'.(tn:
-trchneted wVill [.:easeQ coicL fot'v dt awl
et tie. WeL ned mionetv au-l mustt haive it.
as .l hold il as long as Itey wih,
We' hope thtosewh came iiI to us. in re
nee'l will now con lxi ler our nei cesii ties,
ouir 1.tock of G' 'oods wvill be sold low fo
CASH ! and CASH
ait prieA to ticresporl with t ('
Our .4t 0ek is ('o111plete and we1. offer greal
Wilhers & Dwight,
A (ood (IlnnIce 1o Anyi Oue Wii..
Ig to Entert' n Prof)ta.
I w ill c.n1tIC' to sell tt att anid b'elowv
Ciit util the irst 'I of Jauar~y, og
anlin thuI the iitoroomi 1 (Jeenpy will lie
itr vi lit.
All llersons inidebte.i I .a mue woil please.
'01"'1 torwat . and ilny onl ore bfore theii 1st
tifJanuatry i-x,. All who fatil to p-iy by
lhar ue will tintd theirntud~ot and acouts
a th-.!i, hans of ant Attoratey (f... inuiatezu
dec 1 1-3w& A. PETT lICl EW.
I II AT valuatble pice of prol erty in the
1.L 1owni of lMit inaoro. lotimerly ho.
'inginig to (Gen Jnio, lratitot, consistinug
I' a commtiod ious d welling, outh ~oui~ss and0
ots. Sold only to ebanuge investment(.
"or patrticularo, apply at, this oflico,
O -Rto Cie ptilic a wl selcced
tbock ofGroceries, Provisiois aItd Good
Thnligi for the 4-pA-a1 fP, a
EM o]icncAy-5 . at prices suita.
ble to the tiunes, for the
CASH AND CASH ONLY !
Consisting in part of 3 tierces Canvuss.
ed HII aIn, at 15 cents per 1ih. Crushed
ugar, 7- is. 1or $1 00. Demar.
ara and Coffee tigars, 8 tbs,
for -1 00. lUo Coffees,
23 cents and III)
$yirtp, .10 Cents per gallon,
llavana Oranges 65 cents dozenCt,
eClecI Northern .pples,
'-' cent S per d izen, 200
.Northern Calbbages alt 20 to 30
Fre.h S. -k Canldy,
25 cents, p:.r ih.,
1. harr.els file enting
Potlaoes, at 50 cenits
50 Rolls heavy I nggi tug Il If ccenis per
yart. by roll, 5u biude, Ties at .!1 cents
vCOTi ct:3 CO.
Wec now oflr our Stock of
Y l' u nds A
If: ts and Shoes,
~E' R I OIE S I
Special nIIeti onIC~I calle to onef
Lot of Sh ,la wl- ollred at COST
101ne Lot of1 Cloaks omre~id al
0dT? .Ie L~ot of GJlothinig
('Olistillg of I ja'dsonioe (Oass
Iiere i t., If~mcy Cd:.si nept
Pa'1 d Black 'Cloth Coatb
T[O CASIH CUSTiO31ERS
WV'.ODWVARD & L~AW.
Iam prepaired to make and repair Gist
- Uls. awl rpajuir old Gii.s. .\LSO to do job
work of' any kind.
IN ibis IineIke osityo .e
a ahluply of' all sizes of' the Mlta ic
Pa mae a ili as at the ol.. stand known as
\Mc Caeight shop.
M mJ. W. 3I EIG ilT.
-00 AND SHO~
very best Mlechanics 'n3
, - he conntatry, I feel war
d . ranted in saying flhat I
e - can fairnish as nett 1100T
or 8110E as any Shop
in tihe Sonth All work
warranted to give saisfaicdon. My Shop
is next door! to F. Gerzg's Saddlory
mnar 10 8. M. GrrBnun.
PROMPT SETTLEMENT RE
1 ARTlES indebted to the undersigned
either by notes or open accounts
are ONCE MOUE requesicd to cone for
ward and settle their ind-btdness. Those
remaining unsettled on the 1st of Decem
ber next, will be placed In dhe hands of anu
Attorey, and their colleftion forced by
(lie usual legal courso.
Cotton will be received at market price,
or held until better prices prevail.
This notice is final, and thoso interested
willsavo money by heeding it.
T. It. 1OBE'I'SON.
FALL and WiNTER
MIL LINE R Y.
WEagain taike pleasiure in calling thie
aiittentionu or the~ ladies to our uniausit
laurge sto~ck of lbeth's paltte*rn Illa, innd
Iionnets, Iitbbons Flowen and Fsiieathets.
'A full line of L1lY ta00l)S. ladies
'e'. Go(Iod a, N 't ions~ and ta .e y gomda
tClO'hitig, Alen and Womoen's Louis, Shoes
Groceriesi and Confectlionaries, Cigars
and Tobacco, Furni tre, Mlat tresses &c.
CALL AND SEE
sep 18 ... IIOG
MESS SHAD !!
FINE lot, of Fresh Gr'oceries, jiust
receivsid by Johnu D). \lct.airley., consisting
of' 2 hb1)1.. No 1. Aless Shald
2 '' Salt Ilerr'ing,
2 hl. No I. AMackerel,
2 bblIs. No. 2 ''
5 dozn Kits No. 1, 2 andl 8,
Aliso a lot oft'onudeinsed Cod Fish for
I'amio ly use whuichs I cans reco'nmsend~ tromt
l exeine Coffee and1 s sgar' of til
Graudes, Lasid. ilaconi and llam is, N. C.
M 5o1nain o uttler, Chesese and Crack ers oI
aull kinds', Alcal, Ilomtuiny and Flour of the
best graides. Also Canned Gootls of all
kinsds, Oysters, Canned lPeaches and Pine
Apples, Tomaitoses Catsup, S'srdines,. and
A merican Club Fish. Everything thant can
be had iIn a first class (1rocery, and also a
jue lot of Leak's Twist Tobiacco, 1,000
Figaro CigArs and other grades, and hest
of all. constantly on hand the best quality
of Laquors that ci n be hasd. Nat han',
Cabinr't, hutrke's lBye, and Lynchburg
Blye, Nelsoni Co., Kentucky lRye, that can
not be excelled. Coumo and try for your
selves and be your own judge,
nov 8Jolii U. J'CCarley.
50Ochonanys Cheese, at mar
ket value for a(" O O A m
U. 0. D ESPOR T ES - Co.
Nails and Axes,
0KESout nails, assorted ; 6 Boxos
"Etra Patent, FinIsh" Ilorse
Nals ; 4 Doseni Azes. Low for Cash by
aept,2 BE~ATV &Dann
O' the 20t1 of November I puroha.iod
the itcrest of A. F. Gooding in ihe
Winnaboro Livery Stable. All.horse hire,
buggy hire, and horse feed will be CA811.
This rule will be strictly adhered to. I
will always keep on hand good 8addlo and
buggy horses, also carriages and buggics
for hiro, The pat ronago of the puW1o is
II. T. TERRILL.
A LL who gave me thOir notes for Cnro.
- lina Fertilizer. fire hiereby notitied
that heir notes are due on the first day
of November next, and are inl my hands
for eollection. TPhose who gove me their
noles forColton Food, will tind their notes
n ie lspresc Ollice. I hope far a promp
payment of both.
oct It I JNO. IT. CATIICART
IH. H A LL & CM
Malnufaefarers & JVedrAt
2,4.3 P 8, Zar3t Stare.
CH ARLESTN., S.0.
This Cut enteret necording to Act o
nWrelt1. ini the yeatr 187:3, by 1. it
ALt & C, in ih o ollite of the Librarian
Con rs, at, Washinlg Cs
ivery and Sale
A. F. GOO D INGQ,
[ KEEP conlstantly on hand extra fine
AlKetucky llorses and a ules. Parties
mn want of' jood stoc~k will do well to givo
mec a call.
In conlneetion writh my Livery Stable,
have ,sPenled a C'arriage. Hutggy and( Wng
onl P4ctory. All work neally exeemted ani
warrant d, Give m it a call.,
Thim eneres ort rdn to c td
ardg.~~ prepi arion , a been J
provedC by i tu~ hle thded ofrrii
Ctes. toniast reeivey.h
edgecd. b man promnen
rlEibolep aratiouhnd eera in
trodnuced fhore l relief. andc
cureantof aodcll Lung compllaoints
ancnd iore toithmyIiey publc,
hanctioened by thiie experienceW
of lcoier fl ork early Wheie n
jo ailstoefet1 ped
wch cmnthe cured bever
Influez aoasthas boed
atrthed bygs th. Wiunrso
Baesamoas notic dry upha
ogh, and leany theminene
behysicians to the case mot
relabl pre'paration ever it
lodesd clee the le n
cungsf anallaysn complatin,
andus ofereding the aublic,
.A santoed by the ndeaxerence
ofE overh frcnty years.e byWhe A
..esorited teor in esbeasnd te
domhe falsn tn o eft alb spedy
curekn Tedy th mosta, sever2
Influenza Ashma ColdTE,
oreThroat Pain or SADDE,
at theLungs &L. ELiTar,
.loosf3 and clanesth