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JEP'ERY 'WFDJV"
111 -- pgouPuqelt
Yohn Olbuon, Joel Copes.
L. W. -DotvAIL-Sherifr -
Aam'. , olowney-Clerk of g4 Vourt
J. J. Neil--Judgo.of,Prqbate.
Y. B Peakeohn 'Audit6r.'"
W. raw qohoo f m isoner
i. - bla iry 'C' ier.
0ov , .p Nil1 , 0s. MHaryeqY
1iir Jab, Carte,r 1306ti.
NOTAAq P1jrLI9.--Nf. 0. Iobertso, -1
Q. Davi iHa%.Obr,>D . Iriend.
TRIADr . aba ts-;A-&A' Mackey,)i' I
Marshall IJames -Aikon, Slas' W.- Ruff
II. Jvp, 'W. Oleman Thomas Walker
Dr. 14.'61
T.Ift,lRoboilgon,
WINNsBORO NATIONAl2 '1ANIC' 6 AOUTI
CARLINA. AUTHO21Z81DQAPLITAL $200,001
PAID UP 7- -...
W. R. kobertonreslgai.
eo. II. lichfater, Vlce-President.
Bam'%.B. Olowney, Cashier.
MA~ .sR.o'rtsona /fLelleri'
W. It. Robertson, II. L. P11*idtt, Same,
i3eaty, George fl *.obaster, D. R. !Flen
niken Ja, B1 oCan1, Jus. I, Rion, JpF
A. Biop,A4 8, -Douglas Col. Wilflian
olinston,tof Ch41tt%, N. P.
.TOWN OPFIOMRS,
Pierre Daooti-Intopdant.
WAIRDEN-. Gorig, J. A.. Fraser,.
bl. Neloon,'J. . b1cCarloy.
WINNSDORO BUIL.DING AND LOAN ASSOOIA
TION.
0. I, Acalaster-President.
James b,)aty--Vice-Presidont.
D. R. Flenniken Seo. and Treas.
II:N. Obcar, Attorney ;
Direoto re-Jas. A. Brice, Sam'). D
Clowney, 0. A. ;White I. N. Withs, J
M. Galloway, F.. Elder, T.; 1). Madden
W. 11.'Flenniken, J. 8. Con nov.
OIIIEF or PoLIOR-T. J. 11. Murphy.
We6il in Sai ranelsoo.
The assessmot rolls at San Franolso(
have6been published and they sho%
a valuation of $310,000,000 on roa1
and personal property. The Bank ol
California is exempt from taxation
and therefore its valuation is noi
given. The Paolio Mail Steamshir
Company- is assessed at .$4,680,000
The Eiohost corporation. in Bar
Franbiseb;neit to the Bank of Cali
fornia is the Hibernia Bank, and il
is taxed on a valuation of $13,000,,
000.' Most oftho stook at this bani
is owned by Eugene Kelly, the Irisi
millioniare of the Pacifio coast.
The Gas Company is put down al
J7,000j00 ; the Odd Fellows' Sav.
ings Bank at $4,000,000 and the Vir
ginia Mining Company at $1,000,00(
Two Chinese merobants are taxed foi
$550,000 worth of real and personal
property. Ralston, Mills, Hopkins,
Sharon and Jones are each taxed or
a valuation of. $500000 The heav3
interests of Ralston and -Mills are it
the Bank of California and certain
gold and quidksilver mines, and th<
California division of the Unior
Paciffic Railroad, which, under itE
chartor,is exempted from taxation,
Sharon .d' ' Jones have thei
greatestinvestments in Nevada, ani
own very little property in San F3ran
*oisco. As Sharon bought one hal,
of the Palace Hotel recently foi
$1,750,000, his assessment wouli
seem to be under esti:nated ; but hi
purohased that property since th<
assessment was made.-NeW Yor)
Time,.:O
Witse gauze as a substitute for glas
is fast gaining the attentiion of per:
Sons engaged in 'constructive works
It is much employed in the Regenti
parkgrigen ~orks :for the 'llfting
do ohefiar y for whlei
bitherto glass has been ex.lusivela
used. It Is adnitrably suited in sum
mer for this purpose, as it subduel
the glare .sof light,. moderates. thb
heat, and idmitp but. little dust
while it insures perfeot.;ventila,tion
The occupants of a carriage providec
with these gauze windows see plainl'
enough tbrough them, abd; ha'fe al
the advsntages withouit .the disad
vaninges ofgla u.
Boston kept up the eharacter of
bountiful host to the last. The Nor
folk Illues called en 7tbe mayor 'o
Satur4ey, and. Gen. Fltzhugh Le
tool thia sopporlunity to thmenk. th
'gdvernor and people ~for the oordi
niity of their reeption, whioh ha'
far exceeded all-.expeetations. Th
warmth and enthusiasm of the popui
lace followed; the com1mandl on it
wvay to the steamboat, and IT depari
ed amid a shower of pleasant atter
tions. Equally sinoce, though r.or
formal,. were. the. final hospitalitie
*tendered'td the lilchmond Knight
Templars. In celebrating war, Mai
.saohusetts has won a victory of poaet
ifassachusaetts still has a law wie
Wmrovides that "whoever travels o
'the Lord'a day, exoept-fronr neeessit
charity, shall be ponished by fine no
4exeeding-ten -dollars for every o;
fence." The statute is practically
-nullity, no .punishment such as
authorizes 'having boon infllote
'whi'hin' manmy years; but it niakes a:
Sunday travel unlawful, and eons.
quontly no aages pan ue reoyovi
ed..for injuries received on .highway
or railroads on Bunday, >unless proc
can bq introduced that the trave llin
.was for nedeosity 'or charity.
Killed by LIghtnigg,
'A dolorod wuman and two do~
'were klled1 by: lightning on 'GibL
plantation ear Filorenoo, last woolk
The.y had taken refuge from the rai
uinder a tree. Another warning t
_____orm.
-li bs stopped the
-it l res and ear
r4 res ' ofl a1. A gogd
t~iab~faMly . prtf. l'aIimnde
(00ff , ridifg 11 sWOt.
eb #~quelch ;by4UIi
~nqo. a nmed Britoiv2
ftheOmooraay'lia6"not putin suoh
kpPj), opearanoe al over the
6duiUythere -Would have been none
f ghese, eepug reforms."
be~s dete.rmined t.o .ptL
te long-chefaisled' ple
ol i o lv st4tutes poun the
tpolaofority
with the desl;ue of Michael Angelo.
l' ~imi: nll be assigned :to a
different sculptor, and it is said that
tb selection will be made so as to
exclude all artists who were not;
domioiled in . Rome prior to 1870,
and all those who have opposed in
any way the cause of the Pope.
:Nx-?enatorTWnter,of Virginii,
and Gei. Presto, of South Carolina,
have been invited to address the As.
soclation of the Alumni of thd Uni.
verpity of Virginia, on the first of
July, on the ooasion of the 8emi.
Centennial celebration. Those gen.
tlemen entered as students at the
opening of the University in 1825,
during the life time of Jefferson, the
founder.
The'editor of a Cass County (Mis.
souri) paper planted two beds of
onions early in the spring, one of
which he salted to prevent the grass
hot-pors from taking then. Shurtly
after they wete planted, the grass
hoppers made a raid on them, and
ate -all of the salted bed first, and
then pulled those up from the other
bed and carried them to where the
salt was and ate them too.
Last month a huge mass of ice fell
from Mount Blano, and in the crystal
mass, perfectly preserved, was the
body of John Blackford, the Ameri
on actor, who, three years ago un
dertook the ascent of the mountain
without a guide. The ice was out
away, and the body recovered and
buried with Christian ceremony.
You may talk about your ragged
edge of despair, and all that, till
doomsday, but what is it compared to
the feelings:of the vo.trynian who,
after relieving himsflf of the tortures
of a new boot, by slipping it off dur
ing the service, finds himself unex
peotedly called on to go aiound with
the plate ?
3Rochester Chronicle : Brooklyn is
to have another shocking sensation.
The person mainly interested is
B3ayard, of the Argus, and with tears
in his eyes he gives an inkling of it
in a briole praLrai . "A man," lie
says ruefully, "May oucasionally kiss
the wrong woman by mistake, but
when he makes a practice of it the right
woman finds it out, and that's what
bothers Ifim."
Charles O'Conor doesn't oneour..
age tailors much, and his hat is
probably the worst hat exhibited on a
good head on Broadway. There is
a tradition among the New York
lawyers that .Air. O'Conor's hat was
presented to him on the day of his
admission to the bar, and he has
been wearing it and sitting on it
alternately over sine.
Two representatives of the "ruling
elasses" have recently held this cole.
quy:
"Honest men are kinder skeerce
now, Jake."
"Yes," says Jake, "we una is the
sort that -the oholery is aliens partion.
larly bard on.'"
Car Load White Corn.
1 Car Load Flour-all grades,
-1 Car Load Bolted Meal.
White and Smoked Bacon and
Shoulders.
. Rio and Java Coffee-"gr.een'
I and rostd"b
s New Orleans and Comm~on
Syrups.
.All grades of SUGAR.
- Lard in bbls., halI-bbls., Kegs
B and cans.
5
BGenuine Durham Smoking To
bacco.
iBY
n
t april 10
'SPRING CALICOES.
* A.NOTJIER 10t of ice upring Calicoes
Saustin at D. LAUDERDALE's which will
.be sdlia at -the same ok(1 prices. Also a
u 2nd arrival of nicely aesorted millinery
o goods, which we guarantee to give sati.
'fcton
SIPINGWODWT
Flo.EO &C
Just Recived a Full Stock of
SPRING GO pD,
CONSISTING IN PA Wr Q1
Prints,
Linen Lawns,
Co'tton Laws,
Grea.dino.C
Chiine%o IucI,
Perotlep,
Swiss Mluslins,
Cheak Cahbrios,
Corded Jaoonots.
White and
colored
1P1stues,
.&c.. &o.
Clothing, IrAt, Mone 'urishing
Goods, Cassimera, Cott6nadles
Hosiery, Gloves, Trunks,
Woodun-waro, and
the best assurt
ment of
over brought tW this market, all whicb
will be sold. oboap f(r
N. B. A few pieces of damaged
Dross Goods at 12A aud 16 2 3 e ents
per yaid.
W. H. Flenniken & Co.
pril 17
Wa. Doty& Co.
8 Doors Wrest of Post Office
TIESPIAN HALL BUILDING.
DEALERS IN
AMILY & PLANATION
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
GRAIN,
FLOUR.I,
HAY &C
PROP RIETORS
LiVERY! & SALE
STAL-H3
Wbere we constantly keep on
hand a fully suipply ofgood
Horses si M ules
- PORl
EdLIs'l x I-III . g
march 25
P IE R REDB A CC0 T,
AGENT FOR
STANDARD) FEltT'iILIZE1RS,
OFFERS for sale the following vy .
PJ1opular brands, viz
Biradley's Sea Fowl Guano.
0. 0. Co's 5uperphosphate.
Bradley's A ruioniated Dissolved
* Joia..
Rtoyal Guano (Joinipound.
B radley's A el d1 thosph.ate.
Parties wishing Guanos by the oar-load
enn have tborn or'dered to D)oko, Ridgea
Lylos' Ford and Strother's Statio'ris,a f
ami agent, for tM,hentire County of' .air
fild. Time sales due November 1 st.
For arrangements on tio oand prioceg
'fsh 18 E ACYOT.
Beaty, Bro., # Son.
hAVE A NEW WAGON 1b
sale.
n.ril 24
-Vr hG'vAs., NA *y 4r
-P-AND ?0
Xt M -X,"V 333,
4'0:r and S110. e " ten f.ep'
B-11ya', 1NtJjd,nl do C.'it Wg. D"
es, 8'iawl, *ors:as 1nd I1.s191j3,
Od, Bt own anz Plaid ' finmpurr,
Coen, N C0.01 Cot toa, Linen DOIIaska
Flan Ap, Si,lk. Bows for dies, new
Jet ecokines, . Pearl ~WIeve, .Bu
Platid 1ha8r, Etuds, Initial an
o!tios (o'.ine hiln' hew), -Gentle
Linen ii "Qilk Mlndllorchl efi, u6i
Nihin'I) ded ress nitons
.Silk lieltg. A Pin'C assortm ent of To
Ft9l n',ort 4pent of.ookery and G
were. Fano Cinau Cups and) 0an
and of ina Mkgi.
1lak;:Alpac6ae and Wh to Allatodsa
choice 'makoi
I INE BLACK DIORAIR.
ioul varil Skirf and Plald- Lindseys
'ally( f thse'artioles are d(iiiable fo
CHRISTMAS FRESENTS
and will bo sold at
IW =i'0
Withers & Dwight.
dleo 1'
1 ANCY GOODE
-AT THE
Wiinlsboro Mill110 y Bazaar
M~RS. bag wishes to inform ie
Am- Lfriend-.4 and patrons generally
that she has jost returned from the Norti
after purchasing a full and complet
stock of Millinery, consisting of Frenol
paltern [fats and. Bonnets, straw Goods
Ribbons,
Flowers,
Laces, and
everything usually
found in a first-class
Millinery Establishment.
Also a beauti'uli line of Whie Good,
Dress Goods, Calicoes, llosiery Glove.
Nctious a3d Fancy Goods. 4nd other
ioo nmerous to int ion, all of whirh i
expected to arrive and be open for in
spection during the week. All I ask i
to call and see for yourself when my good
arrne
;Mr 35,000 Hleart8Shingles for sal
Cheep for- Cash.
march 23
NEW ARRIVALS I
Packages of NE\V MACKORET
in Barrels, half and quarter Biar
rels, Kits 1, 2, 3, and extra nua'
bor I, MESS.
323 Saa of fresh ground FL'3UR
all sizca and grades from tb
Granite Mills Augusta Ga.
ALSO,.
A full stock of Groceries, Provision
and -Plantation 8upplies, al
of which will be sold at tha
lowest prices for (CASII.
oc 29 as
BE ATY 13RO. & SON.
CENTENNIAL :
pillE best of drinks can always b
Lfound at the Centennial 1Bar, und4
the Winnaboro iol, Another fresh h,
oi tine Cigars and Tobatcoojast;reoelved,
ALSO,
A lot or the best. WlhInkles, Brandie
Wines of every desorlptioh bot h foro
'and, domestic. All kindg of Arot.ie drin
oM'he had at shart not.ice;' Ityou'*ou
kbep cool call at the Centennial BARt:
~1~yS.F.Cooperw
HAMS HAUaSl
O(ST 1I0ECEWEb.
do xtra Suga? ur4d Unetiivassy
'k V ' .,-S ."
I Mi,i,4
1 14ve jtii( redolved a feh lo <
n, Va1o1es and other geods to,whio
rTTENTION!
Orr qua0merq will find soni new good
arr ug overy wek ni- I wo. nr we are en
4 deai rIng to keep our'siok .
FREMH AND ATTRACIVE4
Mlaster & Brice,
junol
FrOM
NEW ORLEANS
3 Il1ds. N. 0. Clarifle(
Su ar, 10 Bbls. N. O. Molass,
es Choice.)
A ormer lot of th-se goodk
have given gencrd satisf6cltion
Give Them a Trial.
BEATY BRO. & SON.
ESTABLISHED 1832.
Mos.3 Broad Street and 509 East Bay Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
STATIONERS
SM S
-1 B S Bs
FIRST-CLASS WORK
OUR SPECIALTY,
YET, BY USING CHEAPFER OnADE OF SToCK,
WE CAN FORNIH WORE AT
LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
FINE FASHIONABLE STATIONEM1,
Piries Paper and Envelopes.
(tieding and @all JnvtgLions
ON THE BEST STOCK ANO PRikiED iN THE
LATEST STYLE.
sept8
LOOK TO YOUR HEALTHI
. SImmons tHepatic Compounti
--OR
ALIVER' CURE,
Apurely Vegetable Compound, tr
fronm any pois4onens maitter whatever
can be givon with impuniity to an infa:
of only a few hours old for Colic or at
Derangement of th e Bowele. 'This Con
APoUr.d will assist 1 attuse lo resist the
R fuence of mn atari is, r.: d t lbrreby prosee
health, It ls gu arantced to cunt Dynp
ala, Consllpni:o n. hili t s <r fwl it- e
aclle, Billiens or Cramp Colic (.
especially Pain ter's C chic), nr.d all oil
redangetnonta of theo Lhise,. J(:dr yr. S
- Stowanch and Bowel. Olve it a In
and be convinced.
. Manufactuiesi by E. L. KING & S0NI:
Coinmbia, 8. C., and for sale by,
Dr. W. E. Asken, A gent, also by Dr. ,J
11. MoMaster, Winnebo, ..
jUn 23 . - C
harlotte, Columbia, & Aumgusta
Rail Road.
COLrUstDIA, Decembor 23, 18774.
safteci thi. date:
Leave kugutsta, at *430 a i
Columnbia, 8. 0., 2 45 a '
'Winnsboro, - 4'.58 p
O heater, 6.34 pr
Arrivo-at Charlotte, N. a; 9.00 r.
'TRAIN.-00sRe soUTH.
Leate Charlotte, N 'C. gt, 8.80 a:
"O hester, 11.2 a :
**W inndboro, .12.88p n
.'4., olunbia, ' .5
jrive at Augusta 8 05
*JAB. ANDERl iON, Oen'l 8upt.
A. 0E
OMI. Passenger sn Ticket Agent
English .Breakl'ast ea
P.9nJ~ WDBR Tea,X'ottug Ifson Tea
.2Oolorig ea, .uaranee fne. Call
MMASTEa
~an 9
4.N W ADVA9gn . ddi
y 09AK4!aas ', Y,ne
1ya 1W 10Agonats; *,,6
artfoles;qid the bet Jtoily
Paper in A mnerion wih t wo $5.00 Ch romito
freo. A.'6M. MiF Co, 800 Broadway,
N..Y. *f
00K AGEN'IS wante.t to sell
:1'The peoples Common Sense Medical
Adviser," by It. V Pleroe, N. 1). 'Tho
most ready selling book out. - Egolusive
f ferritory and liberal (erns Addrs the
i Authot' at.11uflfalo, N. Y.
lbemale Female I'astifste,
Charlotiesville Va. 19th Annual Ses.
816n opens lst of Sdptember, wit) i full
Faculty an4. elevant. . new equipments.
Ilealhil, access41iiity, good f8are nnd
0horough fint Iruet i ong at Ildhh (ollege. For
details. J1ddre.- Am II. RA W IINGS M . A.
I Principal.
" .AYCH1ANCY or 1ouL G%inxo."1
flow either vt= may fas.dnate
And gain the loTe and aff-otions of an y
person they choose instantly. This lim- .
pie, nentail acquirement. all can possess
free. by mail for. 26, together with a
marriage guide, Egyptian Oracle, Dreamis,
ltins to. Ladics. Wedding Night Shirt,
&o. A queer book. AddIet s T. WL.
LIANI & 00., Pubs Phila.
MACENT: e
enowo poo a ur. .
n1shed. noslurapematandhonor.
and Vatugleatere o
,blo witg a%"0 A 11a"luler I
am to o. Do~
9eV hutntaa once an post
M. IEED,STE PT., zw ORK.
AGENTS Wanted. Tihe Centen.
Mal nazeter of the United States.- I
Mhows Ithe grand result of 100 years of I
F1reedom & Progress. New and o tpleto. v
Oe)r 1000 palges. Illustried. everybody t
anys itan i agents make from $100 to
$200 a mont h. Adress J. 9 MoCU RiDY
& CO. Pubs. 'Philadelplhia Pat.
$10 to $500 invested in Wall ,t..
often leads to fortune. A 72 page book
I explaining everything. and copy of the
Wil street, Review. Rent free. JOIN
IIT('K bkNG & CO., Bankers aitu Brokers
72 Rroallwny New Y1ork.
COUGII, COLD, 1OARSENESS
&ND ALIL THROAT DISEA,-ES, C
Wells' Carbolic Tablets '
PUT UP ONLY IN 1n.1ar iXl.:s. I
A TIT ID AND SURE REMEDY.
Sold 1)y Druggists generally, and
Johnst.on 0follo way & Co., Philadelpiin
Pa. t
Wherever It H: s Been Tried
I
(
3 U R 1 UB E B A.
has established itself As a perfeot regialar
and sure reme ly for disorders of the
tytemn arising frain improper action or I
the Liver and 3owelq. t
It. is not a Physic. but, by stimulating tl
the secretive organs, gently and gra.inal. t
ly remoi es all :n,ptiiiies, and regulates a
the entire system.
It is not. a Doctored 11 it I era. hut is a
VEGETArBLE TONIN.
which assists digestion, And thuts stimu.
hates the appet ite for food necesmary to in- a
vigorate the weakonctl or inactive organs, E
and gives strength to all tihe vital'forces.
It e-trries its own reconmmendeation, as t<
the largo andl( ranpidly increasing salesI
testil'y. P rice one dollar a host1ti. Ark
your drtggrist for it. Johnston Itilowny
& Co. Philadelphnia Pa.
"
J. H. BlROWN ~
0: li
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t
M I L IN E s Y
DJune-O Q D
. iTOTIo
AUrpin's OFioE
[ IVlDCoNY .C
June Aonthe o20t day o ul, 185,t
-TC iee se h erebyrn iendmk the lassoen
SmNt. of the peony propeor of aired
county together with all Polls betweent 21 t
and 50 years of age,.
SectIon 10 of tihe Tar acts as amended .4
requires that every person required by
law to list. property shall annually between
the 1st day of June and the 20t.h cday of
July, make out and deliver to the
Auditor of the county in which tihe
property is by -law to be returned for
a taxation au statement, verified by his oath
of all the real estate whidh has been sold
or trainsferred :since 'the last. listment of
pm oporty for icih hc wvas 1'esponsible, F
and to vihomn aind of all the personal prop.o
ierty possessed by haim or under his con.
ntrol on te lst dlay of Juno of that year,
seit'hrr aus owner, age nf, pareont,'ltt ancd,
nguardian,.excIlt(tor, Adlmnistrator. Tru.
too, reCeiver, ofiloer, fniotor, hnoldleI' attd
all assoointionis, companies and corpora.
thorns required by law to list,lth the value
thereof on said letblay 'f Jttne, estimating
according to the '1:les presoribed bylair.
All persons whno fall to make their returns
and list their property within tihe timeT
prescribed by law, the penalty of 60 por
cent, evill attaoh and be esnfCrcgti.
W,B. PNAKE,
ha22wAuditor Palrflelt Cou nt.y
100 .us. .,iphto o,'ian,ao
10 lbs. 'Gum Opiura,
" 'anmph&t. rF
'Juna 8 W. E. A~N.
yINEcA ITT~*
RGAR 111TTHIZ the most wonderful it
rigorant that tiver bustaineod Cho Ainking
No Person ean take these Ditters
lccording to directions, and remain long
Inwoll, provided thoir bones are not -e
itroyod by mnineral, po.ison. or other
en,and vital organs wasted beyond
on Remittent and Inter
111ttent everS, which are so prova
01n1 in the valleys of our groat rivers
broughout tho Un Ited States, espoil
hose of the Mississippi, Ohlo, Misourr,
111os, Tennesse, Cumberland ha
as, lie, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande,
3ea1rl, Alabama, Mobilo, Savannah, Ro.
=oko, James, and many others, with
hoir vast tributaries, throughout our
int1ro country during the Summer and
.utumn, and remarkably so during sea
one of'*unusual heat and drynoe, qhrs
avarlably accompantud by extensive de.
angeleonte of the stomach and. liver,
nd other abdominal viscera. In their
reatmnnt, a purgativo, exdrt'ng a pow.
rful intflueuce upo these various ora
ns, is casentially necessary. Thero
a no catlartic for tho purposo erual to
)R. J. WALKES, VINeAR BiTTrav ,
a they will speedily remnovo the dark.
olored visnd matter with which tho
owels ar loaded, at the sameo ome
itiang th ducretion s of the liver,
nd generally restoring tho healtig
enctions of th digestiv organs,
Fortify tho bod y against disease
y purifyin tll its fluidswith VrnGAr
dITTRs. ao epidnis ca tak hold
f a systemi thpus fore-arseDd.
DYse, esiat or Indigestion ernd.
che, Pain in tho Shoulders, Coughs,
lIghtness of tho Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Pructations of the Stomrac, Bad Tasto
ii the Mouth, Bilious Attacksh Palpita.
ation of tholoeart, Infamination of the
ugs, Pain inl the region of the Ki
iys, anda hundred other painful symp -
os aro the ofspriugs of Dyspepsia.
)no Lottlo will provo a botter gua..ntmo
f Its morits than a lengthy.advertise.
3cnt.
Sprofila, or King's Evil W17o
Wein s, pUs f pelas Swelled Nek,
ltre, crofulous Inflammations, Indolent
nflammations, Mercurial Affcaton, hs,
oreR, Eruptions of the Skin, Soro Eyeq, e.
n these, a all other constitutional Dis.
118esq, WALKHR'S VIxaAat DTEns hutro
tiown their great curativ poweri in the
lost obsnato and intractableo cases.
For Inflammatory and Chron l
teumatism, Gout, Bilous, Remit-do
nt and ntermittent Fevrs, Dieses of
1to Blood, Liver, Kidngs and Bladder,
ieso Bitters havo no equal. Such Diseasoo
r caused by Vitiaited Blood.
Mechanical Diseases.t-Persons en
aged in Paints m iad Ainerali, such o
'o.rmbe, 'T'ype-setters, Sold-heators, and
liters, as they advaceo in life, are subject
) .paral-sis of the Dowels. To guard
gamst tAi take a dos of WALKER'S hVeM
OAR obsINte 00asnonnale
For Slii ienses Eruptroni,ceb
atles,atills, Caoutc, ius,orit.,
curfdItrmtet eos, Diseolrases of to8i,Hmr
ro natur, air, itdeygu and Bcadrerd
ut8 oftsteri a nor timo Sh ises
Methe nie Iite s ae.prsn n
'aedin Taints and Mineras Wom,n
Irkn m theT peste~ of ol(mantousand,
liner1, af thleydicni 11 inlife,~ ugoeotan
parhniniis oilfre the system from uormd
kaois ths itaealse. fWLERSV
For'8ki Fem ae,m p ins, on
3rol, arriedhor mlo, ts, dain lfew,
canhoo~d, or e turn , Erplfe, thsoito
citters displas cie anin,uencetha
tdlesase I the Tiit of odtee wh.e
vr nr, find itmriios uupting( thrul,
Ut he e in a mpo,Ert itimes by Steis*
Pian, itwhe, yo nd ot ructod an
irkigs in the veitns of clso t theusnd s
>ul;iniicow freeswl tel syto when.Ke
beablood pur,a the ealt ofl, the yTnin
itssla y so (rugit and inere.ha
fprovEtNeni H01 pEptible.C0.
Clas tSPeCT'T'FULY infood w-henb
Ls e lifind t ien rtiat it h ougne
l,e atori formneErocupiond or Se.rII
anseat where they bind t oduct a
berlo pue,toctkeat of thie, cosstgo
Ai If[N LDQU'R8 C .
[i: nd S P1~tarn1 ltealmnt or I-caca and
hey-neta,wilol hon uIs,(
onea c o rhnie,cnilno
SUCES0R 'O. R. Ti 8110 M ~S'o
anes,Croad o thrliau
especania artiiv tran to0 aeBhene
nnu~~ facta a:ess ae.W
'11 sell -pure oak tanned finIsh ed stoc k
r light and heav,y piurposes, as low as
ny' house in the trade at wholes.1e <e
tail.
O ASH PA ID FOR H IDES,
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