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0m,e*d Direetory of FairAld ']
U3TO'a4&4oses?iIartin. si
UNrRsuNaTATavES -JoIeph Thompson
John Gibson, Joel Copes. tl
L. W. Davall-Shorift,
fan'l. B, Olowney-oltrk *f the ('iurt: o
J. J. Nell-Judge of Probate. r
W. B. Peake-Cornty Auditor.
W. Wi. Nelson-oouuty Treasurer.
W. . Orawford--olhool Commissioner,
It. F. Martin-Jury Commissioner.
OOVNTY OMMISsIONSRO-Jas. R. Iarvey, P
Neary Jaeob, Carter Beaty.
i, N. Obear-U. 8. -Commissioner, a
NOTARTNO PUDLIO-Mf. 0. Robertson, T. I
Q. Davi, Il. N. Obear, V. B. Kirland. C
TRIAL JUBTIO-A. M. MAskey, W. R b
Marshall, James Aiken, Silas . Ruff. i
H. J. F, W. Coleman, Thomas Walker,
Dr. Ira 8. Soot.
T. R. Rtobertson. P
WINNNonb NATIONAL BANK OF 8QUTn
CAROLINA. AUTFFORMBDOAPITAL $200,000 1
VAID Up $75,000. b
W. R. Robertson, President. b
Geo. II. bloNlaster, Vice-President. t
Nam'l. B. Clowney, Cashier. 0
31. 0. Robertson. Teller. t
DIRXOTORO* 0
W. R. Robertson, II. L. Elliott, James 0
deaty, George II. bloblaster, D. R. Flen. a
naken, Jae. B. MoCanta, Jae. H. Ilion, Jae. T
A. BrIoe, A. 8. Douglass, Col. William
ohnston, of Charlotte, N 0. a
- TOWN OFIORs.
PIerro Baoot-Inlendant.
wARDNs-F. Gorig, J. A. Frasor, W;
1t. Nelson, J. D. hIoCarley. V
WINNonoRo BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOOIA
TION. i
G. I. bloblaster--President. 0
James Boaly-Vioo-Presidept. V
D. It. Flenniken So. and Treas.
11. N. Obear, Attorney ; 5
Dirotors-Jas. A. Brioe, Sani'l. B. b
clowney, 0. A. While, I. N. Wilffers, J. 9
D. Galloway, F. Elder, T. B. Madden, i
IV. 11. Flenniken, J. 8. Connor. n
onisr OF POLIOic-T. J. 1. Alurphy. 1
P
slavery In Kansas,
Special to the News and Courier n
Food for refleotion is furnished
in the statomont that slavory in the
United States only odme to an end d
a fow days ago, and that the last
Sts^.o in the Union to hold a slave
was "blooding Kansas." The Loav
9-worth Times says that Maggio t!
A.iams, a colored girl, seventeen ii
years old, was recently released in ,
that State from a state of bondage. o
During all the years since the war, a
this girl has been living in a remote a
Seoion of the State as the slave of t
* family. She know nothing of the d
'manoipation proclamation or the 1
'ifteenth amendment, was not al-. r
lowod to learn to road or write, and r
believed herself a slave until releas. C
ed by aoidont a few weeks a o. t
"Horo's riohneps for you," as D r. I
Squoers was wont to say when stir. a
ring water In the milk of the pupils i
of Dothoboys Hall. Guns have been o
fired everywhere in honor of the a
abolition of "human slavery," the
colored people have celebrated an- f
'tiversaries of the emancipation
'proolamation, gushing orators have
congratulated the world upon the lI
extinction oif the "relio of barbar- *
igtn," the wiping away of the foul
spot, ete., John Brown has boon li
apothecosizedl as the vanquisher ofe
the monster, yet during all these I
years slavery has existed in the
good Radical State of Kansas, in the
State whore John Brown first 'corn
menced his career of robbery and
murder I The door-keeper will<
please put out the first m'an who 1
laughs ; the faithful will perform
en their pookct-handkerchiefs, to
the tune of "John Brown's body
lies a mouldering in the ground." 1
A colored man app eared before
Commissioner Betts, In New York
on Fridayelast, and asked for a war,
rant for te arrest of a confectioner
on the Sixth avenue, en the ground
that he had violated the provisions
'of the Civil Rights Bill, in refusing
to soil the complainant a plate ofl ico
cream on account of hiis color. The
Commissioner, withotat asking the
name of the complainant or of the
person against whom ho desired to c
enter the complaint, refused to grant
the warrant, on the ground that the a
act charged did not come within the 1
provisiona.of the Civil Rights Bill, t
which did not uo template the regu- f
lotion of the busPaese of others than o
those subjects to general publie logis- I
lotion ; all others engaged in business A
having the right to accept as custom-.
era only suoh persons as they might (
choose to deal with. The complain.
ant was very angry at the refusal of
the Commissioner, and wanted to a
know what the Civil Rights Bill was C
good for, if a colored man could not
get, a plato of ice oroamn ns well as a
ithito man.
The potato bug, whose ravages are
so .wide-sproad, Is a hardashelled
striped bug, nearly twice as large as a
'the "lady bug," with a yellow and a
black-spotted head, six logs and a
*ollow and. blaok-spotted armor.- ~
This-curse is a native of Colorado, a
whenoo its name of'Ocoloradg beetle. i
1t was first seen In '1820, feedIng on
a wild potato, but whon-the settlers y
introduced the domestic pota to, the g
bug attacked It at once. 't -breeds
prodigiously, the female laying from E
'1700 to 1,200 eggs, which hatch in
about sir days, and immnediately be.
gin work, which lasts for nineteen 11
days. Where they are numerous, h,
~they devour the whole plant clear w
<denn to the ground. Threy are de. ti
cidodly.poisonous, and consequently oj
'L Arn-yard fewis naid thm.
Serious trouble is brewilg in Cuba
n account of the uon-paymwent of the
roop. The -0rdbnas volunteers on.
beir tetura from the Colon campaign
amanded their pay and were re used. t
'he colonel of this regiment was I
enor Adriani, the Governor of Car- I
enas, and a man of position and <
auding in the community. When 1
o money was forthcoming for the
roops, the colonel was hooted by his
wn men, and insulted in various
ther ways. The $2,000,000 bor- 1
>wed some time ago from the Span. I
I bank at Havana to pay the soldiers I
as been expended. Whether it all I
'cut in that direction or not, is -the '
oint in dispute. It is openly assort
I in Havana that a portion of the '
mount was shipped to Spain by Gen.
almaseda. That is likely. All the
aptain Generals of .Cuba have
ecome rich in offi%m. They used to I
)vy contributions vu the runners of I
laves ipto that Island. Whon this J
lacer was exhaustod, they plundered 1
[e Government and people -in other
ays. Since the present war has
eon in progress, dividends have
een extracted from all public monoys
Nat passed through the hands of the t
Mlieials. This fact, too long unknown
, the people, is now in the possession
f the sold lor, and heneo they are
lamoring for their pay. And recent
vents at Cardenas look as if the
oluntoers were about to enforoo
oir rights in such a manner as to
take matters decidedly uneomforta.
le.
It is probably not generally known
Iat the legislature of Now York, at
a recent session, passed an not look.
ig to speoie payments by the banks
f that State in 1878. Tho Act pro.
idos that all contracts herealter,
indo payable in "dollars," without
poo,ifying what kinds of dollars,shall
e liquidated in the United 8tates
old of the standard weight and
noness. It also requires the pay
lent of all taxes in 1878 and alter.
ards in gold or the notes of speieo.
aying banks. The Supreme Oourt
f the United States, in a ease from
)regon, has decided that the law
.aking notes a legal tender has no
6forenoe to taxes imposed by a
tate. The question of rejecting
ioh notes asa legal tender tur in
ividual taxos, by State authority,
any be a doubtful one.
They have brought "reform within
tie party" to a rather painful climax
i Washington. The Republican, the
Ldministration organ, came with
ver 52 large seven-oolumn pages of
dvertised property for unpaid taxes,
nd nearly ono-fourth of the proper
y-owners of the city of magnificent
istaneos "will find themselves home.
es in a few days to illustrate the
eformatory achievoments of Grant's
ulo. The Il ublh:m intimatos that
4the sale of ptopoity will bear bard
ipon delinquents," but it adc3s, "that
a no other way can . governneuts be
upported, and the payiment of taxes
s one of the onerous duties whioh ito
ompanies the many privileges of
itizenship."
The Republican was paid $70,000
or printing this tax lisr, four times.
Spotted Tail says that when lhe first
eard of Jesus Christ lhe could not
so how the white man ould havo kill.
d him, but that when he became to
now what a rascal the wihite mian is,
specially in his treatment of' the
ndlans, it no longer sented strange
hat he should have killed even the
ion of the Great Spirit. There is a
l1an, unadorned levelness about the
sad of Spotted Tail tiat ought to
:nkindle in the bosom of his venerm
mle mother-inilaw an emotion of
omething very nearly akin to pride.
It is stated upon w'mat appears to
to unimpeachable authority thtat the
neoct now threatening the north.
Rostorn crops is not the Aeridium
Ipeotus, as was feared, but simply
ho Gryllus Veridisairaius. As every
-eder knows, the Aeridiumn Spoctus
vill eat up a field of corn and forget
dll about it while the Gryllus Veri
lissimus is spitting ou his hands to
ogin. At any rate, that is about
ihat somte of the newspapers say.
The memorial of the temperance
onvention at Indianapoli eto Con
ress contains some aweeping recent.
aendations, which if adopted, would
a very severe on the~ proprietor of
ho White IIouse, as total abstinene
om the cap is required of all olii.
lals and subordinates in the difl'erent
ranches of the United States service.
ni anti-tobacco plank appears in the
latform also, The ladies run this
onvention.
IA man lives in Cincinnati by the
ante of John H. IIell, le present.
d the Board of Education a bill of'
14,l5 not very long since, and as it
coms, sonmc doubts were expressed
s to the legality of John's bill,
thereupon on a little lire andl brim
tone was beginning to be smtolt, and
he Board wilted. They unani.
sously agreed that Hloll was to pay,
nd they paid.
Frank Palmer, editor-in-eohief of
he Chicago Inter-Ocoan, has been
inde a member of the commission to
boat with the Inians for the laok
[ills. If the expedition wantf any
odian outrages manufaoturod in
'ansifu, Mr.' Palmer is their mant.
le is the miller-in chief of the
outhern outrage grist.
The Lieutenant Governor of
[ichigan publishes a card in whieh
a denios that he kissed that woman
hose 'husband caned him, and says
uat he merely pretended, by way
rajoke, that ho was going to kiss,
The Georgia newspapers are con,
luoting a gubernatorial ostapaign im
s spirited a manner as If the eleoto
Pas near at hand. The eleation will
iot take Waoe for over a year, yet a
iost of names are presOnted as suita.
ile candidates for the 14xecutive
hair. The latest -namie mentioned
y the Democrats Is that of General
oseph E. Johnson.
The Detroit Free Press says of a
owly invented out-door game they
lay at Troy, that "it is a oros be,
reen base-ball and croquet, and
u have a chance to put your arm
ound a girl." That base-ball
rards no such chance is the dief
ason why we have persistently re
sed t o ad opt it as a profession.
At a prayer ipecting an old man
ot up and prayed for a son now in a
elon's cel for the crime of murder.
knother old man tremblingly joined
is prayers, adding that he too, had a
on, but he had been murdered.
Phoir names were made known, and
lhe fathers of Edward S. Stokes and
Fames Fisk, Jr., stood for the first
ime face to face.-[(Chicago Times.
The latest anecdote brought to
ight by the Centennial celebration i
-ather ainusing. While the British
roopa were marching through old
Jambridge, one of them said jesting.
y to a farmer sowing need : "Yov
nay sow, but we s'iall reap." "Well
erhaps you may," was the reply,
'for I am sowing hemp."1
Botsy Yates, a black mAher in
4orfolk County, Va., last Sunday,
rot mad with her child, and atepped
'o a well in the yard and let it drop.
Phe child wns dragged up and huried
Ld the mother j:iled.
The following legend is ineetibed
in the front of a butcher shop in an
uland town of Pennsylvania: "Kas
ado for littel kalves nut mourn twc
lazo old,
Indiana only paid out $150 last
rear from the Treasury for the ex.
)enso of the State Military. Ohio'm
ixpenso for State defence was $14.35,
hat was South Carolina's ?
Philadelphia has got to expend
1,600,000 to provide the needed in.
)reuse of water supply for the centen.
3ial.
NEW GOODS.
UST neceived 100 lbs. fine Goshem
Butter. Also a choice lot of Fresh
Uroceries, consisting of 3 bble. No. I
Mackerel, 8 hibls. No. 2 Mackerel, 12
Kits No. I Niackerel, 24 Kits No. 2 High
Family, 1 bbl. ligs feet., 1 bbl. Pickled
Tongues, 100 1lbs. Driel Tongues. 10 ie
M-4ogn.- Sausages. Also a choice lot o1
Sugars and Coffi-es, Syr1ups and Molasses
r)f all grads. Also a fine lot of Fresh
annued Goods, consisting of Canned Sal
mon, Lobsters, Mock Turtle, Corn at.d
1lesicented cocoanut, P,itied 11am, Turkey
and Sardines. Also a fresh lot of Crack.
L'ra and Caukes, 1 D)ozenu in<es of lerk
imeir Co. Chuese-the finest In town. Alsc
sonstantly on hand Fresh Flour and
Meal, ilacon and Lard, and a choice lot oi
\lcE~wans Scoich Ale, Liquors and Segari
f thre lineat Gradles, Powder, Shot, anu
;aps.
John D. McCarley.
NEW STOR E.
ROS E NH E IM & CO0,
R. ESPECTFTFULLJY inform thme pub
L,lie in general that they have openue
the store formerly occupied by J. Ii
Vathcart where they lintend to conduct
general s tock of march andise, consisting e
GROOKRIES,
]IOOTiS AND) 8HOES,
DBY GOODS
ANDL LIQUORS.
WE GUARANTEE
Pair and square treatment to eaoa anm
ivery one that. will call on us,
march 27
NEW GOODS!I
30 paira of traco Chain s and IIan.
Back Bands.
Dotton and Manilla Rope for plowl4
Well liepo.
[G. IH Shovels ai I manure forks, Tub.
and Buokets, Nnihs and Axes, Cotton
Cards, lln Saws, Padlocks,
Sad Irons, CoffeeoMills,
Lcks, Percu1
ien Caps
&o.
I Trerco Prime Carolina Rice.
25 Barrels assorted Eatilng andi Plantin
potatoes,
f'or Sale loW fbr Cash.
Boatyr. 3B0n. A d aa
DEALER IN URNITURE
O F TIlE ,ery .Aest alitte, for I'arep
0 hpmbers and ijg Roo's 1
design and workmanship, UNEQUALL1D!
I oter at prices that defy competition I
MADE othard od,atid- wariadati to
give entire sat'afaotion. I keep no inferi
or quality. Use economy and buy the
best,. and buy where you can buy the
oheapest.
Sleep Comitortable
AND BUY the Peqple's SPRING 1.ED.
It in tie best in the market without ex
caption. They are cheap.
Rentucky
RATTAN anti Split Beat Ohoirs a spq.
cialty. Our prices are, beyond compe.
Matresses
OF my owa . manufacture, Window
shades, Wall Brackets, Packets and
Mirrore.
Repairing.
FURNITURE neatly repaired at moder.
ate Prices. Ploture fra moes made to order.
Special Attentlop
G1/N to the Undertake,'s Dep rt
ment I keep on hand a full .ugilof
MetAie Cases ind Wo-)d CoffinMs il the
finest finish. All calls promptly attended
to. ly torms are cash. I act upon lhe
theor that short settlements make Iont
triol l.
oct8
UoT RECEIVE
*---- .,
Car Load White Corn.
I Car Load Flour-all grades,
1 Car Load Bolted Meal.
White and Smoked Bacon and
Shoulders.
Rio and Java Coffie-"green
and roMt6d."
New Orleans and Cominon
Syrups.
All grades of SUGAR.
Lard in bble., hal;-bb]s., Kegs
and cans.
Genuine Durham Smoking To
bacco.
1Y
D. R. F?LENNIK ECN.
-april 10
1 ING GODSa
HA VE
Just Recited a Full Stock of
SPRING GOODS,
CONSISTING IN PART 0OF
Prints,
Linen Laanns,
Cotton Lawn.,
Grenadine.,
Chinese LIinen;
Pereales,
Swiss mtiuslins,
-Check Vasbrios,
Corded Jaoots.
*White and
colored
- Piques,
&u. &e.
Clothing, Hlate, Men. Furnlshing
Goods, Oaaelmera, aotton,ades
Hosiky, Globod arunks,
Wooden-ware, and
the beat assorta
menC of
ever brought to this market1 all w h
wil be sold Olheap fortMo
N B. A few ,pees of da r
Dies. undde.at I2} and .$ % ent
ya yid
4 d4
' OT8 d
JLj loys' 1 De%ly.nin de ('14.1iblr. D1
elso,lmW11, currelpn a d 111bbea, D in
ed, 1pw1-hnATIld linepume,
Coen, AT6ol Votton, Linu b amasks g
Flann P, 1ik Bowe for Ladles, new
Jet he ielaoce, Pearl sleeve DU t
Plated Slrt studs, 1pitial Ian
obiefs Iaguething new), Gentle
Linen pnd Bilk Hlandke4e hifs, new A
Nubias, Deaded Drevs Bu t ionp,
Bilk Delt. A Fine assortm ent of To -
Full a>sorjOent 'of Orookery 'ad 0
wsre. Onney Obina Curs and Sau is
and 01.ina Mugs. U
Blaek Alpaccas and Wh, to Alg-acoas of ai
choice Ask.
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11ouw -vard Skirts and Plaid Lindaeys. bi
Many t f these art ilols are desirable for te
w
CHRiSTMAS FRESENTS,
and will Oe:sold at
M-ow W _m. J43M IS
Withers & Dwight. A
J. H. BROWN P
to
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June 6
ET*uLuKEO, 1332.
al
Ios3road Street and tO9 ast BayItreIt th
CHARLESTON, $.C. t
STATIONERS ~
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FIRST-CLASS WORK t
OURt SPECIAL.TV,
TIT, 3? Ulilo0 CHEAPER ORADU or IPOCH,
LO0WEST LiVING PRICES.
FINE FASHIONABLE STATIONERI,
Piries Paper and Envelopes,
oJddiag ad call JavItaflons '
coe TMs SUIT SfoOII AND PaINTED IN THU
LA'IST stYL e
ai
septS 8 1
FRESHI SUPPLIES'
b
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G OO DS.
- 01
ix~hate just reIelvd a fresh 1ot of
we iniealiades and bther goods to whibh ci
c
et
ATTENTIoN 1
0n
Our OtUStoiers *d1l end some nebw gop a,5
arsihlmj every week or two, s *e -grea -
deavoribg to espi 4t atook "
_EW A JDV STYE
A ., rgadwiy,
P ~ ~~ , M,Bdtdsas.
ka Iwk kri it b for - h'Rit
e&0stAn fastest selileg fible w!oW
iblislij. Head for our extra .erms to
gents . National -Publishing Co.,.Phil.a
*on" xns
10l Age1$s, Teaehers, Students,
su and women, wanted ti sell O VTtVkY-'
rAL GAZrTTER ,OF TIR U.&E shows
and results of 100 yeart progress. A
ole Library---Boston Gla4.--Vo0 a
aury but a ne'essity. Inter.ocrot.
Net Selling Book Published-Good ay.
ant Geta. Agt. In every city of 10,000.
Adress, y. 0. MoURDY & CO. St.
NO. 10 of the .e100 choice #elections,'
ready. Price 80 te. The "Serioi"
aw contains one thoutud of the latest,
ad best things for Doolamations. Ilu
orous Recitations, Family Iteadings etc.
ipital for Granges, Temperamort ooWO
es, and Lyceums., Also, "Excelslor
lalogues,"' and 441ndel' Dia'gues."
irculinre free. Oat of your booksollr.,
- send price to P. Garret. &, Co., 708
ientnut St. Phil&. *, We make the cele
-a ted Penn Leter ock for copying 1e1
rx without press or waitr. Agents
anted.
0OUG11S, cOLD, HOARSNES
AND ALL TlIROAT DISEA.ES,
Wells' Carbolic Tablets
POT UP ONLI IN1 BL.U'* b )XIS.
T.1 I1D 'AND 9URE UEMEDY.
Sold hy Druggists generally, and'
ohnston lollo way & Co., Philadelphia
Freel Free i Fi.ee I
V3HE P1OIMAER.
A handsome illustrated newspaper con
ining information for everybody. Tells
>w and where to secure a Ilonme cheap.
It contains the new homeslesi and tim.'
ir Laws with other irteresting matter
und only in this paper.
SEND FOR IT AT ONCE.
will only cost you a Postal Card.
New numlier for April jus, out.,
Address,. 0. F. DAVIS.
Land Commissioner U. P.: It.,
Omaha, Neb,
rherever It H1 a Been Tried
r U R U B E B A,
is established itself as a perfect regular
ad sure reme iy for ditsorders of the
'stein arising from improper action of
re Lisver and Bowels.
It is not a Physio. but., by stImnulating
e secretive organs, gently and gradual
removes all impurities, agd regulates
e entire system.
It is nmot a. Doctored Bitters, but is a
VEGETABLE TONIC.
laioh assist, digestion, and thus etiqmu
Lea the appetite for food necessary to in,
gorate the weakenied or inactive organsa,
a gives strength to all thme vitaml forces.
It oat.ries its -own recommendation, as
s large and rapidly .increasing sales
stify. Price ene dellacr a bottle. -Ask
ur druggist for it. Jehtisto'n lHolloway
o. Philadelphia Pa.
TOCK SPECULATiONS,
Conducted by us in every form, on Corn
esion only. Puts and Oalls, on best
uses and lowest, rates. Cost. $100 to
00 and often. pay $5000 profit. Psam..
let, explainin~g how Wall Street spsou
ions are conduoted, bent free 'Send
TUMBRIDGEC & Co.
Bankers and Brokers, 2 WV ell St,. N: Y.
3'omestic Intelilgence.
fLOOK TO ToUa owN INTEREST.
11RUTII will prevail-Facts are stubborn
things and will;not bear denial-To see
ut be to believe-in these days of pro
ream, et am has become the groat mnotiwo
3d labor saving power of the 'ege, in all
idustrial a nd manufacturing'- pursuits
ad depa. tments--Why should not 'evsy
wmily have a Steam Washecr.
The "tiolipse Steam Washer," is 'the
st, it does not occupy tihe space of one
luate fost anu is adaptable .to any stove
oiler or round pot, in whIch, water can be
oiled ; anid with it one woman can do
hat. is ordinarily-regarded a day's waah in
om two to three.hour,s. A ehild, twelve
sara old may dse It,' and do tho' work of a
rown wo tian in One half the time, and re.
rd tihe labor of using it only a pastime
ich it, washing hias ceased to be tedious
labori -us, and "Blue Mfonday" has
mased to be a day of confilon. pud lm#r
ir, because witit little or no lapo' two Or
tree horn' aniulde to do a'day's waiiji
ithout uornbbing. *earing of teafidg the
otheq, bicsking buttns Jo.
TRine, lnabor, motney, sid mMettal mall tsr
recipus.. e0.nout? is *isdon1 tbd.fit fruit
ialthi,wen it and happiness--,.-Look then t,
lehlnji its *ashingf, and saI'e j'otu cfoth4
Wear four times as long as whth *ash
Il. the Iand and bosrd, by 16Jin i~d
1hf f64 Kclipselheam *the * u'in
tee a or tplete atiti perfect, washgtif.M
sry iity 'and Vdsher-wonian a11001d
Ld naih hsve it j an4.ho :seneiba,bier.
'mat' *h, has at, hea tlof r 'f
r patronth till opp3ose iubeb.
The "Bell pse" is esi~l coOfsttiption
l the 'ot o$ s a
d4tiefid6teuly,than bjr h~4 leiifo
hmtetw enty mninutee. k'rille but fo
raaWI11I 1:for sal$ foir * feW de -
,t ~t R . uUNLEVWe*8 .
. 0 ,
Ij
MA:i BITTifts the most Wohdbtft In-b
vigerm;t that over sustained the sinkinj
Noerson can takothoWlIttoN
accordilig to directions, and rem4in lpng
unwell provided their bpones are not d6
stroyed by mineral poison or other
means, And vital organs wasted beyond
repaWr
Bilious. Remittent and Inter
mittent, Fever, whilh are so prova
lent In :the valleys-'6f oiur great r1verd
throughout the United States, especially
those of the Mississippi O Missouri,
Illinois, Tefineseo, CLMoorland, Akal.
as,'Rd Colorado Brazos, Rio Grande;
Pearl; Aiabama, iLbile, Savannah, Ro.
anoke, 4ames and many others, witH
their vast trlbutariWs, throughout oir
'ntire country during the Sviunmer bud
Autumn, and remarkablyto 4"g A
sons of- unusual heat n Ar
invariably accoinpranied by extensive d6'
raigerents of the, stomach and. livor,
and-oth6r abdominal viscera. In their
treatmont, a purgative exeirting a pow
erful infOuence upon these various or.
gans, is essentla)ly necessary. -There
is no cdtrtio r the purpose equal to
D. . WALKdt'S VINEGAR BITTErs,
as they will speedily remove the dark
colored viscid matter with which the
bowels Are ,oaded, at the same time
stimulating the secretions of the liver,
and generally restoring the healthy
functions of the digestive organs.
Fortlig the body against disease
by purifying all its fluids with VInxoA
BITrns. No epidemic ean take hold
of a 4ystem thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion Head.
aehe, Pain in the Shoulders, bougls,
Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks Palpita.
tation of the Ifeart,,Inflammation of the
Lungs, Paih 'in the region of the Kid
noys, and a hundred other painfusl symp .
toms, Are the oflsprings of Dyspopsia.
One Lottle will prove a betterguarantee
of its merits than a lengthy advertise.
mont.
Scrofihla, or King's Evil, WiW
Swellings; Uler, h.ryslpolas, Swelled Neok
Goltre, 8orofnh6us Inflammations, Indolent
Inflammations, Mercurial Affections, 01
Sores, Ertptions of the Skin, Sore Eyes, ete,
lu these .as-in all other constitutional Dis
eases, '.ALK'S VINROAR Bi1rRs hare
sh9wn tlkair great ouratire poword in the
most obstinate and intractable cases.
'For njlammatory and ChronIo
Rheumatins Gout, Bilious, Remit.
tent and ItItermittent Fevors, Diseases of
the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and 3ladder,
those Bitters have no cquaf. Such Diseases
ari caused by Vitiated blood.
Mechanical Diseases.-Persons en
gaged Id Paints and Minerals, such a*
lubiners, Typo-notters, Gold-boaters, and
Minors,-as they advanco in life, are subjeol
to qralksis of the Bowels. To gR4
agant this take adn aO f WALKE's TIN.
'10AR 131-0 usly
. orSIti n Pis tses, Eruptionse Tet.
tsr, Salt-Ithenmn, Ilotchoa, Spots, Pinples,
Pitatules, Doils, Cal-buncles, Ring-worms,
Scald-head, Sore Eyes, E yspoas, itoh,
Sou-fs. Discolorations~ of the S Ru, Tmors
an:iossof the''81dn of whatevr name
or nature, are litdrally dug psp sand carried
out of the sysem in a short time by the .te
Pin, Tia, and other Wormis,
lurking a the system of so many thotuaa's
system of medicine, no vermnifugos, no su
heli nities wi free the system from wornus
For Female Complit, in young
or old, married or single, at the dawn ojf wo.
manhood' or the turn Of life these Tonic
B3ittors display so.decided an (nG#ene that
inprovement la~ soon perceptible.
'Cleanse the Vitiated Blood wyhen..
ever you find its impurities bursting through
the skin in Pim~js Eruptions, or Sores;
cleanse it when Wufind it obstructed and
ellggjsb in the veins; cleanse it when It is
fou your ifeelings will tell you when. -Keep
teiIfoiodpure, and the health of the systein
* R. H. McDONALD &s CO.,
g a SgAn Fncio, satfefoit
3.14 n alt"s*r,.s.. aD.l.. s.
LOOK TO YOUR HEALTH
Simmons IHepatic Compoundl.
-.OR
LIVElf CURE.
A purely Vegetable Compound, fro
froan any Polsoncrus mailer whatever
can be given .with ,mnpuniiy to an infan
of only:a few hotnra old for ('olic or an
Dorangenient-f the.Dowelse .'This Costa
r'oun'4 will assist ni al ita t o resist .hes I
fluenco 6fzr.nadit,. s,.d' hlierth.y preste
health, ilai gia anna Ieed Io cu,r Dyspo
sia, Consiipstson, lIlii5 t ) o *, idca
ache, Bll i ens or C ra'nnp Colie ('1
espeela ly painter's C olio), and sfi;oth
redaeng inents of ti.o L h e, Laeye.85k
Stoina antl qwel. Ohe it a ra
C tnbs .~, aj4 for sals by
R Me ja ee aibd,ro 8. 0.
piitn n
*4t,s~tte R th Weiglat andi to give sati
tadttiq &thPurotie
-isie! low. Oiye them a tria.
AN~IA TY AO &n 8O.

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