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The Fairfld Herald
'Atia Directory of FarAeld
leba Gibsoo, Joel Copes.
L. . Duvalf-.4terid.
ashy. B. Clowney-Olerk of the Court.
J. J. Nell-Judge of Probate.
W. B. Weake-Coety Auditor.
W. At. Nkason-County Treasurer.
W. J. 'Oftfotd-Rchool Commissioner,
It. F. Marin-Jury Commissioner.
GOVINTI 9oMMieoNas--Jas. I. Harvey,
henry Jaeob, Oatter Beaty.
Hs N. Obear-U. S. Commissiener.
NoTAUTES PUBLIO-M. 0. Robertson, J.
Q. Davis, Il. N. Obear. D. B. Kirland.
TaRA Jutions-A. It. Maokey, W. R
iarshall, James Aiken, 8Ilas W. Raf.
ID. J. F. W. 0Coleman, thomas Walker,
Dr. Ira a. Scott.
T. P. Roberteon.
WINN1DOnO kAtrIOxat NAKr 0O SUR
IAra up $76,000.
W. R. Robertson, President.
Gso. H. b3oMlaher, Vlce.Presidelt.
Sam'l. B. Clowney, Cashier.
1. 0. Robertson, Teller.
W. B. tobertson, H. L. Elliott James
Asaty, George H. McMaster, D. fi. Flea.
aken Jam. B. MCant, Jas. H. Rion, Jam.
% -Brioe, A. 8. Douglass, Col. WillUam
)hnston, of Charlotte, N. 0.
wAVIDNK-F. Gr?g, .. A. Framer, W.
M. Nelson, J. 0. MoCarley.
WINNsBoSO BUILDINO AND LOAN ANSOoIA.
G. H. MoMaster-Prosident.
D. ILt. Flenniken Beo. and Treas.
II. N. Oboar, Attorney t
Direatora-Jas. A. Brice, Sam'l. B.
Clowney, 0. A. White, I. N. Withers, J.
I. Galloway, F. Eider, T. B. Madden,
W. II. Flenniken, J. 8. Connor.
OIRY OFr rPoIoi-T. J. H. Murphy.
The Last Alatiom.
lie had boon oiok at one of the
hotple for three or four weeks, and
the boys on the road had dropped In
daily to how he got along, an I to
learn if the could render him any
kindness. The brakeman was a good
fellow, and one and all encouraged
him in the hope that he would pull
through. The doctor didn't regard
the cass as dangerous, but the other
day the patient began sinking, and
it was seen that he could not live
the night out. A dosen of his
friends sat in the room when night
came, but his mind wandered and
he did not recognise them.
It was near one of the depots, and,
after the great trucks and noisy
drays had ceased rolling by the
bells and the short, sharp whistles of
the yard engines sounded painfully
loud. The patient had been very
quiet for half an hour, when he
suddenly unclosed' his eyes and
"Kala-a-ma Soo I"
Ono of the men brushed the hair
baok from his cold forehead, and the
brakeman olosod his eyes and was
quiet for a time. Then the wind
whirled around the depot, banged
the blinds on the window of his room
and he lifted his hand and oried
"Jaok-son I Passenger. going
north by the 8iginaw road cbange
The men understood. The brake.
man thought he was coming east on
the ioh iau Central. The effort
seemed to Iiave greatly exhausted him,
for he was like one dead for the next
five minutes, and a watcher felt his
pulse to see if life had not gone out.
A tug going down the river sounded
her whistle long and loud, and the
dying brake opened his eyes and
called out :
"Ann Arbor 1"
He had been over the road a thou
sand times, but had made his lust
trip. Death was drawing a special
train over the old track, and he was
brakeman, conductor and engineer.
One of the yard engines uttered a
shrill whistle of warelog, as if the
glare of the headlight had shown to
the engineer some stranger an peril,
and the brakeman called out:
"Yp-slanty-hange oars hero for
the Eel River road I"
"He's coming in fast," whispered
one of the men.
"And the end of his 'run' will be
the end of his life I'" said tho see
The dampnes of death began to
collect on the patient's forehead,
there ws that ghastly look on the
face which death always bring. The
slamming of a door down the hall
startled a ami, and he moved hi.
head an4i faintl called a
"Grand Trunk' j unotion-jpassen.
gors going east by the Grand Trunk
change cars I"
He was so quiet after that that
all the men gathered around the bed,
believing that he was dead. HliE
eyes closed, and the brakeman lifted
his hand, moved his head and whis.
Not "Detroit" but death I He
died with the half uttered whisper
on his lips. And the headlight on
death's engine shone full in his face
and covered it with such pallor as
naught but death can brfng-Fne
The effects of the famine in Asia
Minor are still very distressing.
Houses are torn down in'order, by
sale of the materials te "get a pit.
tance for bread. Many farmer, are
without seed wheat for 1875. The
statistics of two hundred villages
show that a population of '70,000 has
decreased nearly one-half' in two
years. The Turkish Govornmenat ie
making feeble qfforts to rolleve its
Ar. G. W. Kennedy has resigned
the editorship of thei True Southrot.
.Th town conceil of Port Royal has
passed an ordinanoe fixing the license
for'stevedoies't$SO per yeah.
One of the trial justioes of Green.
ville 4obnty, we are informed, is
hiring 6ut his conviots to realise his
costs. Io says the Greenville Daily
The dwAlling of Roderiek Russell
residing in Laurens, was struck by
jightning during the storm on last
The grand jury of Colleton county
in their presentment to the court,
tave recommended that a committee
of three from from the grand juryt
assisted by council, be appointed by
the court court to examine the
books and papers of the county offi.
congressman Smalls has advertised
for a competitive examination for
an appointment to West Point mili.
tary academy. Candidates for ex.
amination mus& live eithet in Beau.
fort, Barnwell, Colleton, Alken or
A Ripple from Ifria.
The new Supervisor of Fishkill,
N. Y., has a darkey who, the other
day was attending to some duty on
the lawn near the road, and six or
eight friends of his own color were
leaning on the fence, evidently to see
that everything was properly done.
That witty contraband, Ike Deliky,
happened to pass at that timo, and
meeting Dr. Mapes, enquired i
'Dr. Mapes, whol's dead at Masser
"No one, I think," replied the
'O, yes," persisted Ike gthere
must be sombody dead there for
"Why, I am positive not," said the
dootor, for I certainly would have
heard of it, if there had been a death
in the family."
"Then," exclaimed Ike, raising his
voice, and p6inting to the long lazy
row of his sable brethren hanging on
the piokets, "what's all die yer
mournin' fer, strung on do fence I"
Since the failure of Andrew John
son to become the negro's ''Moses,"
white men are at a discount for that
position. Fred Douglass, a quadroon,
and Prof. Langston, an ootoroon, are
candidates for the vacant office but
only a pure.blooded Ethiopian should
be seleoted. How would Elliott do,
or Judge WrigLt ? It is true the
former may not ; -.nd if it be true
that the SuprLuo Court of Carolina
is not above receiving '-testimouia's,''
the latter should be ruled out. We
dare say Forrest and Pillow, having
captured the colored ladies, will per.
sonate Moses and Aaron in burnt.
cork fashion.-Augnsta Con.ttution.
Buying a Bride.
Two Minnesota swains, falling in
love with the same lady, agreed,
after much quarreling to settle the
matter by a money bid. One fellow
stopped at $100. The other chap
raised him $60 better and took the
damsel. The winning man gave his
note for $160, with the bride's fath
er as indorser, and the marriage took
place without any unnecessary delay.
And now, it is said, the par ties pro.
pose to resist the payntent of te
note, on the groend of "no value re
One of the proprietors of the alpaca
factory in Chautauqua County, NIew
York, having been presented with a
fine pair of Angora goats, attempted
the remarkable feat of taking the
fleeces from their backs and making a
fashionable dress of the wool between
sun end son. Operations were com
menced at susariso, and at an early
hour gn the afternoon the goods were
ready for the dress-makers. Four
ladies then made the dress, complete
in every particular, and ready for
wearing at sun set.
The Episeopal Recorder states that
Bishop Cummin,, of the Reformed
Episcopal Church, has received a
letter from a clergyman in the island
of Tobago, British West Indies, giv
leg the following information : "I
am authori;ed bythe Leeward parish.
es of this ~Island .visa ;St0. David's
and St., atio P* congre'gations, of
aboust 8,000 attendants and 500 eome
mausicang.,.to ex press out - enited do.
bire to joino.the Reformed E iscopal
Chuch,plalagourselves under your
episco charg4." A cordial reply
The XRoohester woman who ox.
peoted the world to end the other
deay, and gave away her brass kettle
isn9e th ueddost wonaan;east of the
The Mayor of Green Bay is near.
sighated, and he lifts his head to -the
shadow of a dray horse and reaches
to shake hands with lamp posts.--..
DAtjoig Free Press.
It is pride whioh fills the world
with so much harshness and severity.
We are rigorous to offenses as If
we bad never offended....-Blar.
Tucked way down in the ooraaer of
the ChrIstian woman's heart forever
lurks that sentiment dear to all the
sex "A new bonnet or no church-'
Mr. Qeorge Alfred Townsend has
retired from the editorial staff of the
St. Lonia Timea nd returne ea
'A man otder,d namos * lskos
dinner at a restaurant, whh he 'en.
joye1 and rRa# ima ftr 4hi.
to the A0 r st dauntering up
to the aalo . ared . his in.
bility to pa fo it.: "Bh6 1 49AIt
know you,' si4 Honifae, "Of
Course, or you would not have given
Me the dinner." The enraged
seized i pistol, collared the offendO3
and alkiug im At hNl head said
N ,if you do'. get away
frota me without paylog . tor that
dinner." "What 0 that in your
ha,nd 1" gasped the imbeounions
dustomer, drawing back. "That, Wlr
is a Pistol." "04 I that's a pistof
is it I I don't oare a gg (or a pistol;
L thoy ht it was a stomach pump."
The Washingtou corteipdndehi of
the ialtimore Sun writos. "It ia
very gratif *g,to Teoord that for th.
Prst timi fthe lon'g peiod of 66'
years which have elapsed since the
close of the war, those who sit in high
places exhibit no disposition to stir
up political feelings against the South.
This is the first summer sinoe 1865
that this city has not buen made the
headquarters for the di.senluation
alII over the country of the most
malign slanders upon the Southern
people. It seems safe to say that this
unhappy business is at last at an.end.
The Southern people must have some
feeling of this kind, for al Ithe intel
Ilgence which comes here from that
seotion represents the aspect of busi
ness affirsa as most hopeful."
This is the way the Cincinn.ti
Enquirer puts it : "In 1865, we LLd
about $2,200,000,000 in circulating
medium. The Republican party has
contracted it to $700,000,000. This
has practically been a great oonfisoca
tion of private property. This has
been a wholesale robbery of the
debtor class. This has caused ruin
ons decline in prices. This baa Aut
the mills. This has put out the fires
of the fu.naces. This has olosed the
stores. This has produced a para
lysis of the industry of the country."
What we want is a currency issued
directly by the Government ; a car
rency which will be fair to all,
enough for all and which will hold
the Union together under all oiroum.
A good story is told of a man
brimful of ill temper, coming out of a
room where he had lost all his money
at play, and eseeing a person (a
perfect stranger to him) tying. his
shoe at the top of the stairs : d-n
you, says he "you're alway tying
your shoo,' and kicked him dbwn
Propositions of marriage in Nevada
are written on postal cards, and the
answer comes by return mail: "Como
on with your preacher I"
Car Load White lorn.
1 Car Load Flour--all grades,
1 (Jar Load Bolted qa1.
Whbite and Smoked Bacon and
io and Java Coffee--."green
New Orleans and Cominon
All grades of SUGAR.
Lard mn bbls., hal.-bbls., Kegs
Genutne Durhat Smoking To
D. R. FLENNIK ECN.
MORNIN STAR SALOON
IS NOW IN IfULL BsA8ST.
NEW LY RE NO"VATED
~TO PIMASE ALL
OUR BAR I S STOCKE-D
Cbmn one, cOme1 all,
And gvc.us a1
At6u Billfirj 'all.
CONl4IOlt 01.0W & 00., jroprie.
~.Jtore for the ounties of Fairnel and
Ch,eer,offr Pamt etsto make
na ne th sam wit ept hIve for
a$10.00. Apply at onoe and be ready to
house the first swarms.
ma 10 Winn..o...
'MigPIAN MALL DUILDING.
PRO P RIETO Ik8
LIVERY & SALE
Where we constantly keep on
hand a fully supply ofgood
1oeres A Mule,
M-AL-OM o:r 3MMUE0:.
ems, 8hawls, Couset. and Elibo
ed, Di own an.d Plaid Homespun
coes, S pool Cot ton, Linen Dams *
FCannsS, 81lk Dowa for Ladle, new
Jet 1eklaces, Pearl le. Di
Plated Shirt Stude, Initial Hian
ablae (something new), Gentle
Linen and Silk HiandkerohIefs, new
Nublas, Beaded l)ress Buttons,
Silk Delt.. A Fine assort ment of To
Full assortment oftCrookery and G
wie Fancy Chipa Cups and Sau
Black Alpaccas and WA toeAlgasas of
I' ENE BLACK NOHAIR.
Bout evard Skirts and Plaid Lindseys.
Many < f these arlioles are desirable for
CHRESTMAS F RESENTS,
and will be sold at
L~O W ParL2 s
Withers & Dwight,
OFFERS for sale the -follo*ing 99
JPopular brande, 91s :
Bradley's Sea Vow! Gnego,
?arties wIshinIGuaete b,u14t1
~,an have them o Iefd toDgoIn
e,' PoYd b;md 6t,ilthWs1el
a bg.e far tin Cntlra '~~o 1*.
TE Warehosad Stable attached to
Cathearit ls for iest. Poses aII gliont
immedlately or next fall. A 1j to
June 24. SUOE RMER.
Just iteciVOO a Full Stock of
CONSISTING IN PART OF
colored . .
C0othIng,,Hft, P,enS Eurnishing
6oods, dassiniis, - 0tonades
Hosiery, Gloves, Trunks,
the best asort.
ever brought to this market, all which
will be sold ohoap for
. B. A few pieces of damaged
Dress Goods at 121 and 16 2-3 cents
W. H. Flenniken & Co.
I. 'W. Phillips,
DEALER IN F URNITURE
O F TIE very best qualities, for 1:nrlors,
Chambers and Dining Ronis. Fin
design and workmanship, JNEQUALLED!
I offer at prices that defy competition I
fADE ofhard wood, and warranted to
give entire satisfaction. I keep no infer
or quality. Use economy and buy the
best, and buy where you can buy the
ADBUY the People's SPRING BED.
It Is- the best in the market, without ex
ception. They are cheap.
RATTAN and Split uat Chairs a ape.
elalty. Our prices are beyond compe.
OF my own manufacture, Window
Shades, Wall Brackets, Packets and
FURNITURs nebtly repaired at moder.
atePricees. Picture frames made to order.
olVEN"to the Undertake 's Deprt
toont. I keep on hand a full supply of
Metallio Came. and Weed Coffns of the
finest finish. All call. promptly attended
to. My terms are cash. I act, upon r he
theory that short settlemnents make iong
'R OSE N HE lIl & C o.,
E8PECTETE'ULLY infortu the pub.
. lie in general that the have oponett
the brore formnerly occupid by J. Hi.
Oatheatt. where they Intend to conduct a
goeetgtook of mehthandiee, tconsisting of
BOQTS AND 8HOES,
# tn to eaoa and
Aeupply of ladies P5lik rand',Rid Gfloves,
.O peol Silk, Bleached and Brown
IOtsnapun, also a few bohts of 8 oz.
july .bW LN IE 0
A Iftiane In It, Every f1tnily buys
A It. Sold by Agents. Address 0. 8.
WiLikeir, NNO) Pa.
O to Agents. 8 new
$- 0 artil es and the best Family
Paper in America with two $6.00 Chromos
free. A. M. bI'FG Co., 800 Broadway,
ooK AbUwvrs want to sell
"The peoples Oomnion Sense Miedical
Adviser," by R. V Pierce, M. 1). The
most ready selHing book out% 8zolusive
territory and liberal terms Addres4 the
Author at Buffalo, N. Y.
A beantarle Female Institute,
A Charlottesville* Va. 19th Annual Sea
sion opens lot of Septemher. With -i full
Faculty and elegant new equipments.
Health, accossibility, good fare and
thorough instructionp at thi4 Vollego. For
detalls. address R. It. R AWLINUS M. A.
SYCHOMANOT or Sou. C2ARMNG."
How either se: may fAsinate
and gain the love and affections of any
person they choose instant-y. This sim.
ple, mental acquirement atl an possess
free. by mail for 26o, together with a
marriage guide, Egyptian Oracle, Dreams,
lints to Ladies. Wedding Night.Shirt,
&o. A queer book. Address T. WIL
LIAM & CO., Pubs Phila.
on s.n. andoornr
161! 5mtefr~ Do not
do ArmaS ona e on potal
. Enot 1ST., maw TOMs
AGENTS Wamited. The Centen
nial Gazetter of the United States.
Sh9ws (he grand result of 100 years of
Freedom & Progress. New and of ,plete.
Over 1000 pages. Illustrated, everybody
buys it-an. agents make from $100 to
$200 a month. Address J. 0 McCURDY
& CO. Pubs. Philadelphia Pa.
$10 to $504) invested in %all St..
often lef,ls to ftrtitue. A 72 page book
explaining everything. and copy of the
Will afreet. Ileview. Sent free. JOIIN
1ICKLING & CO., l1ankers and Brokers
72 Broadway New York.
COUGIMS, COLD, IOARSENESS
AND ALL THROAT DISEAZES,
'-j MW 3 .
Wells' Carbolic Tablets
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE B IXEN.
A TlIMID AND SURE REMEDY.
Sold 1)y Druggists gencrally, and
Johnston Holloway & Co., Philadelphia
Wherever it H[, 8 Beenl Tried
3 U UB E B A,
has established Itself as a perrect regular
and sure reme ly for disorders of the
system arising from improper action of
the Liver and Dowels.
It is not a Physic, but, by stimulating
the secretive organs, gently and graJual.
ly removes all - purities, and regulates
the entire system.
It is not a Doolored B ilt era. but is a
which assists digestlion, and thus stimu
lates the appetite for food necessnry to in
vigorate the weakened or inaotive organs,
and gives strength to all the vital forces.
(toarries its own recommnendatgion. as
the largo anid rapidly inoreasing sales
testify. Price one dollar a bottle. Ask
your druggist for it. Johnston Ilollow ay
& Co. Philadelphia Pa.
LOOK TO YOU5 HEALTH
Simmnons '.Hepa(ic Cohhpl)lndlu.
A purely Vegetablt Compound, fr.
fronm any poisonent malter wihatever
can he given with imipunity to anr infar,
of only a few hmourr old for Colin or an
Derangement of thme Bowels. Th'lis Com
pound. will asrinmi ti tume to resist thei
fluence of male,r] m, na.d thbestbly preser
health, It is gn alraht<rd to tmre Iy
ala, C omnstip iat:ic n. ]1i S)Ic.Ien
aehe, Billions or~ Cnan to P cei (n
especially Paih ter's C oljc,maI l t
red angenments o,f tl.o. L inti, )(,dh (.31. ik
Stomach anti k3ionel. Cite it a tria
and be convinced.
Manufactur ed by IE. ,. lKING & 80Nse
Columnbia, S. C., and for sale by,
Dr. W. E. Aik en, A gen t, also 'by Dr. /
l1. bioMastor, Winnsboro, 8. U.
Come all you thirsty souls that loungo
abourt thie street,
I'll tell .you of the p'lace whe,re yoni had
Our young friende 8. F. Cooper, has lately
comfe to town,
Don'N ferget, his signboard us youi look
Then uen you are thiristy you'll gel.
something good to drink,
But den't forgot, it pay hitn, for he's a
lover of the chink.
There's ho place in this burg where you'll
be kinder waited on than
By orur young friend 8, F. Cooper;i for a
Ba' lie's just rIhe man.
hie is kind and attentive and aceomnmo
VaIl on lima for a drink, and you it ill find
t hat thIs is trute.
Ils Vinles are all tnello-of the lbest
vintage they have' been pressmid
They Are ripened well by age, andI lie Jeep
the very best.
hiis decanters and glasses are always
plean and nico,
His nialt, liq6ers are oel, for he keeps
them upon tee.
In the morning when you tare thirsty a
milk punch1 will go sweet ly down,
When you have drunk it you'llilbe refresh
Or If a Cartawba Cobbler you should in te
lenet d eslre,
lle'll make ono cool enough to extract laist
Then give merit dne reward and do riot
forget youn Cooper's Stand,
You will thank mna fr. the h.i., an fi.
Gratekil Thousands proclaim Vix
MGAn BITTERS the inost Wonderful In.
vigorant that OveW sustained the sinking
No Person can take those Bitters
according to directions, and remain long
unwell provided their bonet atre not do
stroyoa by mineral poison or other
means, and vital organs wasted beyond
llious, Remittent and Inter.
iittent I evers, which are so prova -
lent in the valleys of our groat rivers
throughout the United States, especially
those of the Mississippli Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennesseo Cumberland, Arkan
9a8, Red, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobilo, Savannah, Ho
inok, James and miany others, with
their vast tilittaries, throughout oi,
Dntiro country during the Summer and
Autumn, and remarkably so during sba
ions of* unusual heat and dryness) are
nvariably accompanied by extensivo do
angeoments of the stomach and liver,
ind other abdominal viscera. In their
,reatmant, a purgativo, exerting a pow
3rful influence upon these various or-.
;ans, is essentially necessary. I'loIro
,8 no cathartic for th l purpose equal to
R. J. WALKER'S VIxEGAR BITrEIS,
is they will s;pcodily removo the dark
,olored viscid matter ith which the
bowels are loaded, at the same tims
itinuilating the secretious of the livor,
md generally restoring the healthy
Iunctions of the digestive organs.
Fortify the bo(ly against disease
by purifying all its fluiids with VINEGMA)t
xrns. No pildemie can take hold
af a system thus fore-armed.
Dys )epsha or Indigestion, iat
ihe, Waim in the Shoulders, Coughs,
rightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Bructations'of the Stomach, Bad. Tasto
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tation of the Ileart, Inflanmnmation of t.ho
Lungs, Pain in the region of the Kid
oys, and a hundred other painful symp -
toms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia,
Dno bottle will provo a better guatmunee
)f Its morits than a lengthy advertiso
Serofnla, or King's Evil, Whfo
3wellins, Ulcers, Erysipolas, Swollid Nook,
3oitre, Wrofulous Inflamniations, Indolent
Inflainmations, Mercurial A ftetions, Olt
-ores, Eritptions of the Skin, Soro E3-6, ota,
n these, as in all other constiteational Dis.
asos, WA.LMR's VINUGAa BrrrRs havo
hown thdir great curative powers in the
nost obstinate and intractable cases.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Ithennmatism,'GOut, Ifinous, ltnmift
ent and Intermittent Fovers, Diseases of
he Blood, Livor, Kidnoys and Bladder,
hoso Bitters havo no equal. Such Diseases
ire caused by Vitiated Blood.
McCh11anical DIseaSes.-Persons on
aged in Paints and Minerals, such lit
P611nbors, Type-setters, Gold-heaters, and
diners, as they advanco in life, are subject
o paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
igainst t.hiin take a do of WALKHRt's Vlt;
[AR BITRnS oceasiOnally.
For SUin DM4isease.s, ruptions, nf..
er, S3aIt-Rhenm, Blotches, Spots, Pimples,
iuistules, Boils, Cal bunclos, Ring- worms,
csld-hoad, Sore Eyes Eryspelas, [tch,
3euifs, Discoloration,s of the Sktin, IInmars
md Diseases of the Skin of whatever nme
r nature, are litdnrally du ump and( carried
mt of' the systein in a shmort time by the 'tso
>f 'these JRitters.
urkin, mi the svstemi of so nmany thousamla. ,
re eillctually lostroyed1 and remo\-ed. No
ystemi of nmednicine, no vermnifuges, n.m an
lhe!mini ties will free the system from worni
ike these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, ini young
r old1, married or sinigle, at the dawn o)f wo..
natnhood, or the turn of life, these TonIc
Bittera displa' son decided an iniluonom that
m lrovemnont is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood wihen.
heo fkind its impharities bursting through
h inin Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores-'
dleanise it when you and It obstructed and
luggish in the veins; cleanse it wheun it is
oeui ; your feelings will tell you when. Keep
he blood pure, and the health of the afstem
It. II. BIcDONALD & Co.,
Druggistsannd Gen. Agte., aan liancisco, Calfornh%
and cor. or Wanshington and Charlton Ste., N. Y.
Sold by aell uhiggists and De lors,
ESTABLiSH ED 1859s
0Y VEi Tf'I RTYY 1'1A RtS fR$l'RIEN c I
IN TIlE WIAP'CII AND CLOCK
10I0OD and Filter 1Valebmes, (Iae very
h.7Iost ilme keepers) olid Gold1 Chains,
koll Plated Chiain. iings atnd Sivor Pub
Shainsq, which I guarantee. Also, Birenst,
P'inms Collarniid Shirt Hoet onse of all dvs
~rptions. A Cet of beauit iful Clocks. u lie
.ni bealt lhemi ? Ropai ring doneo in a
.vorkmn-nlike mianmer. Sa i sfaction guarana
00 1JCHAS. MU1LERt,4
A.lot extra Sugar (utred Uncanvassed
S1... . M Clari.ey
1. (1)411 - 01.ulphaule of Quinine,
00 vials "' " Morphine
10 lbs. Omaj Ophun:.
U'" " amphor.