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'Let our Ju ct Censure
Attend the True Event.'
BY J. A. SELBY
COLUMBIA. 8. C.. SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 9. 1870
VOL. YI-NO. 18.
T?r rB?WOBjnr JEWJB?J MASSACML?^
Tho oircunistunco that no confirmation
has as yet been received of the alleged
massacre of the Jews io Wallachia and
Moldavia, gives rise to the hope that the
report may have been, ns we intimated,
greatly exaggerated. Tho subject has
received the attention of Congress, Mr.
Sumner having offered n resolution in
the Senate requesting the President to
oommnnioato any information he may
have in reference to tho alleged massa
ore of Jews in the province of Roumania,
and Mr. Winchester, of Kentucky, hav?
ing offered a resolution on tho (?ame
subject in the House. Tho United Prin?
cipalities, above mentioned, are govern?
ed by Prince Oharles, of Hohenzollem
Sigmoringen, who is a cousin of tho
French sovereign and of tho King of
Prussia, and who was elected to reign in
1866. The Hebrews, who, though fow
in number, ocoupied tho highest social
and commercial positions in tho country,
were even then said to be the object of
jealousy among the humbler classes of
the people. When Prince Churlos visit?
ed Paris, last summer, the Emperor
made inquiry into his apparent inability
to protect the Jews from the excitement
whioh existed against them, and he does
not appear to have been able to give a
satisfactory explanation. The masses of
the Roumanians seem to have made bnt
little advance in civilization, and though
called Christians, of the Greek and Ar?
menian churches, would appear to be so
in little bat name. The idea has been
suggested that political influences have
been employed to inflame tho traditional
hatred of these peoplo to the Hebrews,
and that Russia is seeking to counteract
the tendency in the Danubian principali?
ties to come together in a new Danubian
union, strong enough to check her ad?
vance to the South and the Mediterra?
nean, by exoiting ancient bigotries and
passions in Wallachia or in Moldavia, in
Bulgaria or in Serria. It will be remem?
bered that not long ago tho Russian Go?
vernment was accused of manifesting
towards the Jews, within its own limits,
a spirit of intolerance and even persecu?
tion unworthy of a Christian age and
nation. It is to be hoped that we may
soon hear that so great a blot upon the
light and progress of the age as the al?
leged butchery, is without foundation,
though it is none the less a shame and
wonder that a degree of religious bigotry
against Hebrews should exist in this
century of toleration, which would ren?
der such a story as that of this Jewish
massacre oredible.-Baltimore Sun.
A MAN THAT WAS DIVORCED FROM
ELEVEN WIVES.-On the 11th of April,
1866, Samuel Leslie was married, at
Wooster, Ohio, to a young lady twenty
four years of age, Samuel having reached
the mature age of fifty-seven years. He
had possessed ten wives before this, each
of whom had obtained divorces from
him. She had known him but from thc
8th of March to tho 11th of April, but
he had money, and Bbc laid all the blame
npon his former wives, and gave him her
young and virgin heart. She lived with
him but a short time when she discovered
that he was a common drunkard, ?nd he
commenced to displuy his affection for
her by hitting her over the head with a
shovel, throwing boiling water at her:
driving her out of doors at the dead of
night, and other such pet acts as were
not very pleasant, to say the least. She
applied for a divorce, but ho pleaded so
warmly and made her so many promises
that she withdrew her application, but
he soon after renewed his former courso,
and she again made application. This
time the suit was prosecuted, and on
Saturday Judge Boynton gave her the
divorce and 31,200 alimony.
A DELUGE OP WASTE.-In the opinion
of the New York Herald, the country has
not yet roached tho limit of profligacy.
According to the Herald, the two great
parties which have heretofore divided
the country are both upon tho verge of
dissolution, and wo ure confronting a
period of waste, plunder and official
profligacy which will astonish even our?
selves. It may be that radicalism has in
storo achievements in corruption excell?
ing its past performances, though that is
questionable, but if such shall bo tho
case, the country will hardly bo aston?
ished. Tho Herald is moro reasonable in
its propheoy of changes in party organi?
zation. The conservativo masses of the
country aro preparing a noble work
nothing loss than the supremacy of law,
and tho expulsion"of ignorance and cor?
ruption from high places. We expect to
read in tho Herald the joyous announce?
ment of the accomplishment of this mis?
sion.- Wilmington Star.
The Secretary of the Treasury an?
nounces that during the month of May
he has reduoed the public debt by some?
thing moro than $14,000,000. This is
agreeable intelligence; but when wo re?
flect that this rooney has been wrung
from the people by enormous taxation,
weighing upon them in the midst of uni?
versal depression of business; when we
remember that manufactories are stag?
nant and agriculture unproductive; that
the wages of labor aro declining, and
that very few business mon are paying
their expenses, our pride over the reduc?
tion of the public debt is much dimin?
ished. No doubt, if a system of univer?
sal confiscation were introduced, the
publio debt might all bo paid off before
next New Year's Day; and tho present
burdensome taxes are nothing but confis?
cation somewhnt ameliorated and dis?
guised.-.Neut York Sun.
Nick Thompson, of Lafayette, Ind.,
asked his fellow-workmen to hang him,
the other day, bat they refused; and
thereupon he prooeeded to olimb a tree,
where he attached one end of a leather
strap to a limb* and tho other to his
neck, and jumped off. The strap broke,
but the fall killed him, and he was satis?
POLLOCK'S.-Meals furnished at all
Lunch every day at Pollock's.
Wo aro authorized to announce EDWARD
F. STOKES, Esy., of Greenville, a candidato
to represent tho peoplo of the Fourth Congres?
sional District of South Carolina in tho Con?
gress of tho United Stales, at tho ensuing
election iu October.
*S~ Tho papers of tho Fourth Congres?
sional DiBtri?t will please insert until ordered
out. Slay 25
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THE LIVING MACHINE-Injure tho
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to sustain and renew all its parts, is not per?
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WILL all those afflicted with COUGH on
CONSUMPTION, read the following and leam
tho valuo of
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM?
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J. N. 1? A K lt IS A CO..
Sole Proprietors, Cincinnati, O.
Sold by all Diuggists.
PERRY DAVIS A- SON,
Providence, R. L,
General Agenta for New England States.
Sold by FISHER A HEINITSH,
June lilllmo Columbia. S. C.
Head Some English Testimonials.
GREENE'S SAILORS' HOME,
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I take thia method of making known the
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was urged by a friend to try it, and procured
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I had been afflicted three years with Neu?
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Tho doctors at Westminister Hospital gave
up my caso in despair. Then I tried your
PAIN KILLER, which gave me immediate re?
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Dudley, (Worcestershire,) England.
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STATE TREASURY OFFICE,
COLUMUIA, S. C., Juno 2,1870.
ON and after tho 18th inst, tho Books of tho
Treasury, for tho transfor of Stock, and
for tho conversion of Stocks and Bonds, will
bo closed till the 1st proximo, for convenionco
in preparing statement of interest duo July 1,
1870. NILES G. PARKER,
Treasurer State of South Carolina.
June 7 18
The White Sulphur Springs,
Greenbrier County, West Virginia.
FAMOUS for tho Alterativo Waters and Fa?
shionable patrons, will bo open on MAY
1.1TH ; capable of accommodating, in view of
the improvements made, from 1,500 to 2,000
persona. Thy cars of tho Chesapeake and
Ohio Railway now run to tho Springs.
Tho location is 2,000 feet above tho lovel of
the sea, affording entiro relief from Bummer
Excellent Bauds and extensivo Livery in at?
tendance, and overy arrangement for the en
joymont of guests. FANCY and MASQUE?
RADE BALLS during the season.
CnAnoES-$25 per week, and $90 per month,
of thirty days. Children, under ton years,
and Colored 8ervants half price; Whito Ser?
vants according to accommodations. Address
May 28 15 PEYTON A CO.. Proprietors.
Montgomery White Sulphur Springs, V.
THIS elegant establishment will bo opened
for thc reception of visitors on the first
day of JUNE, 1870.
Tho Proprietors, with the experience of tho
last Hummer, and having made many chandos
in the different departments of this extensive
Watering Place, each of which it will he their
endeavor to IMPROVE, extend a pleasant recep?
tion to their patrons.
The Cottages aro largo and commodious,
separate and distinct from each other, and
fitted up with now Furniture.
Every effort of tho Proprietors will ho put
forth to mako their guests comfortable, and
it will bo their aim to keep up tho reputation
of tho MONTGOMERY WHITE SULPHUR.
Tho social as well as thc gay will find that this
place has peculiar advantages over many of
tho Watering Places of Virginia.
An elegant Band nf Music has been Becured.
Bowling Alleys, Billiard Saloons and Baths
have been fitted up fer tho amusement and
comfort of guests.
Post Office, Express Office, Telegraph Office
on tho premises for the convenience and I
intercourse with all parts of the world.
Passengers will procure tickets via Virginia
and Tcnucsseo Railroad to Big Tunnel, and
take tho Springs Branch Railroad, which
lands them directly in tho Reception House at
Board $3 per day; $20 p&r week; $70 per
mouth. For further particulars, addrcsB
WIL80N A LORENTZ, Proprietors.
May 10 2mo_
Purest Medicated Cordial
LIPPMAN'S GREAT GEE MAN BITTERS
is prepared from the original German re?
ceipt now in thc possession of thc proprietors,
and is thc samo preparation that was used in
Germany upwards of a century ago; and to?
day it is the household remedy of Germany,
recommended by its most eminent physicians.
GREAT GERMAN BITTERS
Is composed of tho purest alcoholic essence of
Germany's' favorite beverage, impregnated
with tho juices and extracts of rare herb?,
roots and barks; all of which combined make
it one of tho best and surest preparations for
the cure of
Dyspepsia, Loss of Tone in the Stomach and
Digestive Organs, Nervous Debility, Lan?
guor, Constipation, Liver Complaint,
General Exhaustion, and ai a
1' RE VEN TI VE FOR CHI LIS A XI) FE VER
MALARIOUS DISEASES GENERALLY.
Will find LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS tho best tonic, known for tho diseases to
which they aro generally subject, and where a
gentle stimulant is recommended.
SAVANNAH, March If?, 1870.
MI SSI S. Jacob Lipvman & Uro., Savannah.
Ga.-GESTS: I have before mo your esteemed
letter of tho 14th inst., containing various
documents relative to your "German Bitters."
After a careful examination I must confess
that your Bitters is really what you represent
it to be, an old German recipo of Dr- Mitch
erlich, of Berlin, Prussia. It will no doubt bo
exec lient for dyspepsia, general debility and
nervous diseases, and is a good preventive of
chills and fever. I find it to ho a most de?
lightful and pleasant stomachic. I remain,
yours truly, (Signod) AUG. P. WETTER.
KIHKI.AND MILLS, GA., March 22,1870.
Messrs. Jacob Lippman <t Ero., Druggists,
Savannah, Ga.-GENTLEMEN: I havo intro?
duced 3'our Great a? mian Bitters hero to my
customers and friends, and I find bettor salo
for it than any I havo ever kept before Those
who havo tried it approve of it vory highly,
and I do not hesitate in saving that it is far
superior in valuo to ariy other Bitters now in
uso. Yours, respectfully,
(Signed) W. KIRKLAND.
Depot in Columbia, 8. C., at GEIGER A
Wholoaalo Agents for tho State of South
Carolina-DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, HENRY
BD3CHOFF A 00., GLACI?8 ? WITTE,
STEFFENS, WERNER ?, DUCKER, Charles?
ton, S. 0. Juno 2 lyllt
New York Advertisements.
NEW YORK HOTEL,
D. M. HILDRETH & CO., Proprietors,
NEW YORK CITY.
THIS HOTEL, BO widely and popularly |
known aa tho favorite resort of Southern
era, while sojourning in this city, hau keon re?
leased for a torm of years by its present pro?
prietors, and ie now in procesB of thorough
renovation. No expcnao will bo spared to
render it, as in days nf yore, an agroeahle
home for its patrons. Tho proprietors, whilo
tendering their Bincero thanks Tor tho very
liberal support they havo received, beg leave
to assure their guests that in tho futuro the
Hotel Will retain its former well-earn eil repu?
tation._April 27 tTT 2mo
ESTB. ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS, 1809'
211 Washington street, JV. Y.
FOR cleaning Windows, without water; re- I
moving Staina from Marble and Paint;
Eolishing Knives, no scratching; washing
ishos, scrubbing Finora, Floor Cloth, Tables,
Bath Tuba. Ac. ; polishing Tin, BraBS, Iron,
Copper and Steel Waren; removing Gums, Oil,
Rust and Dirt from machinery. Indispensa?
ble for Ilona?: Cleaning, and all uses, except
washing clothes, lt costs but a few cents,
and is sold by all good Grocery, Drug and No?
tion Stores. Wholesale by all dealers in
Charleston. April 20 fly
"This Yeast Powder in convenient, economical and
rholcsomc. Try lt, If you wish to prove UB su
Icrlority not only over other Baking Powders, but
o tho common methods of raising dongh, for mak
ng light, tweet and nutritious Biscuit, Roll?,
J?rn fr ad, Buckwheat, and other griddle cakes,
?id CakcB and Pastry of every variety. Put up lu
hs, net weight, as represented.
For ?ale by Grocers throughout the United States.
DOOLEY & BROTHER, Proprietor?,
r,9 Kew Strut. Neut York.
March lil TJIUU
FROST, BLACK & CO.,
WHOLESALE and Retail Dealers in and
FIRST CLASS FURNITURE,
Of every variety,
00 Bnwrry, nrnr Canal mi., New York.
Steamboats, Hotels and Public Buildings
furnished at tho shortest notice. A ll goods
purchased of our house guaranteed aa repre?
sented. March 31 3mo
n. w. FROST: JAMKS BLACK. PEP, WSVOKR.
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
Type and Electrotype Foundry
Nos. 28, 30, 32 Centre Street, Nnr York.
ALARGE Assortment ot English and Ger?
man faces, both Plain and Ornamental,
kept oil baud. All tyne cast at this establish?
ment ia manufacturen from tho metal known
as Conucr's unequaled HAItD TYPE METAL.
Every article necessary for a perfect print?
ing oflico furnished.
The typo on which thia paper is printed, ie
from thc above Foundry. March 30 Gmo
W liere to Stop.
Formerly Harvey House,
SPARTAN BUR G C. H., S. C.
LA Uli ENS ti. //., S. V.
J. Y. H. Williams, Proprietor.
? v-x MY friends and the traveling
BfauffltK-Jj*. public are respectfully in
/ !D?^<;?I??M ni,nu'(1 tl,at tll<; above named
fffir- H OTK i ,s are now tinder my
control; and they may rest assured that the
reputatio.i of thu two houses will be fully kopt
up. The booma are comfortably furnished
and the Tables will be supplied with the beat
of everything. May 1 3mo
' N?CKERS0N HOUSE."'
COLCMHIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
i ywyr^Y THIS pleasantly located HO
TEL, unsurpassed by any
fflBJgHS^LW_House in the South for comfort |
H^u-CtaSJffijranil healthy locality, ia now
open to Travelers and ol hera seeking accom?
modations. Families can bo furnished with
nice, airy rooms on reasonable terms. "A call
is solicited." My Omnibus will be found at
the different depots-passengers carried to
and from the Hotel free of charge.
Nov 3 _ WM. A- WRIGHT.
2Ann POUNDS OF BACON STRIPS
. V/v/\J ami Breast Pieces,
5 casks Davia' Sugar-Cured Haina,
25 bb?s.. half-bbl8. and kegs Leaf Lard,
300 lbs. Mutton Hania. For salo by
Feb 2C EDWARDjUOPE.
Fulton Market Pickled Beef.
Pickled Pig Pork,
Pickled Salmon, for sale bv
MarchJB " E. HOPE.
Fresh Goods at Low Prices.
1 il f\Cif\ LBS- BACON HAMS, Sides
iV/.UUU and Shoulders.
300 bhla. Family and low-priced Flour.
20 kits Mountain butter.
50 bids. Helloed and Crushed Sugars.
Mareil 25_For salo bv E. HOPE.
To all Whom it May Concern.
HAMBURG, 8. C., JANUARY IC, 1870.
BEING appointed and commissioned as the
Receiver of tho Hamburg Bank, all par?
tios having transactions with said Bank will
communicate with FRANK ARNIM.
Exchange House Bar and Restaurant.
OPEN at all boura-where yon can always
find tho best of WINES, ALES, LIQUORS,
OIOAR8, Ac. Fresh Lager Beer on ice.
K O S K O O !
The Great Reputation
Which KOSKOO baa attained in all paris
of tho country.
As a Great and Good Medicine,
And tho largo numbera of testimonial?
which aro constantly being received from
Physicians, and persons who have BEEN CORED
by "ita uso, ia CONCLUSIVE PROOF of its REMARK?
AS A BLOOD PURIFIER
IT HAS NO EQUAL,
The Most Po werf al Vegetable Alterative
DISEASES OE THE BLOOD.
"The lifo of the flesh ?B in ibo blood," is a
Scriptural maxim that Boienco proves to be
true. The peoplo talk of bad blood as tho
causo of many diseases, and, liko many popu?
lar opinions, thia of bad blood is founded in
Tho symptoms of bad blood aro UBUally
quite plain. Bad digestion causes imperfect
nutrition, and, consequently, tho circulation
is fcoblo, tho soft tissues loso thoir tono and
elasticity, and tho tonguo becomes palo,
broad and frequently covered with a pasty
whito coat. This condition soon BIIOWB itself
in roughness of tho skin, then in ERUPTIVE and
ULCERATIVE diaoasca, and, when long conti?
nued, results in serious l?sion? of tho Brain,
Liver, Lungs or Urinary Apparatus. Much,
very much, suffering is caused by impure
blood. It ?B estimated by some that one-fifth
of tho human family aro a fleeted with Scrofula
in somo form.
When tho Blood is pure, you aro not HO Hablo
! to any diseaso. Many impurities of tho Blood
ariso* from impuro diseases of largo citios.
Eradicate overy impurity from tho fountain of
life, and good spirits, fair skin and vital
etreugth will return to you.
LIVER IN VIGORA TOR!
Heine tlte Only Known Medicine
That EFFICIENTLY stimulates and CORRECTS
tho hepatic secretions and functional DERANGE?
MENTS of thc LIVER, WITHOUT DEIIILITATINO
tho system. While it acts freely upon tho
Liver, instead of copious purging, it gradually
changes thc discbargOB to a perfectly natural
Symptoms of Liver Complaint and of
some, of those Diseases produced by it:
A Ballow or yellow color of tho skin, or yol
lowish-brown spots on the face and other parts
of the body; dullness and drowsiness, some?
times headache; bitter or bad tasto in tho
mouth, internal heat; in many cases a dry,
teasing cough; unsteady appetite; sometimes
sour stomach, with a raising of tho food; a
bloated or full feeling about the stomach and
sides; aggravating pains in the sides, back or
breast, and about tho shoulders; constipation
of tho bowels; piles, flatulence, coldness of
the extremities, Ac.
ISL O & ISL O O !
Is a remedy of Wonderful Efficacy in the cure
ot diseases of tho Kidneys and Bladder. In
these Affections, it is as near a specific as any
remedy can be. It does its work kindly, silently, I
and surely. Tho Relief which it affords is both
certain and perceptible.
DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS AND
Persona unacquainted with tho structure
and functionB of tho Kidneys, cannot estimate
the importance of their healthy action.
Regular und sufficient action of the Kidneys
is as important, nay, even more so, than regu?
larity of the bowels. The Kidneys remove
from*tho Blood those effete matters which, if
permitted to remain, would speedily destroy
life. A total suspension of the urinary dis?
charges will occasion death from thirty-six te
When the Urine is voided in Minali quanti?
ties at the time, or when there is a disposition
to Urinate more frequently than natural, or
when the Urine ia high colored or scalding,
with weakness in the small of tho back, it
should not be trifled with or delayed, but
Koskoo should be taken at once to remedy the
difficulty, before a lesion of the organs takes
place. "Most of the diseases of tho Bladder
originate from those of the Kidneys, the. Urine
being imperfectly secreted in the Kidneys,
prove irritating to tho Bladder and Urin?t v
passages. When wo recollect that medicine
never reaches the Kidneys except through the
general circulation of the Blond, wo see how
necessary it is to keep the Fountain of Life
Meet.) with groat success in the cure of
Diseases of Nervous System.
Almost nine-tenths of our peoplo suffer from
nervous exhaustion, and are, therefore, liable
to its concomitant evils of mental depression,
confused ideas, softening of the brain, insani?
ty, and completo breaking down of the general
health. Thousands are suffering to-day with
broken-down nervous systeuis, and, unfortu?
nately, tobacco, alcohol* late hours, over-work,
(mental and physical, ) are causing diseases
of the nervous system to increase at a fearful
The symptoms to which diseases of the ner?
vous system givo riso, muy bo stated as fol?
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times moro or les6 severo pain or headache;
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Binging in the Head; Confusion of Ideas;
Temporary Loss of Memory; Dejection of
Spirits; Starting during Sloop; Bad Dreams;
Hesitation in Answering Questions; Dullness
of Hearing; Twitching of the Faco and Arma,
ftc, which, if not promptly treated, load to
Paralysis, Delirium, Insanity, Impotency,
Apoplexy, ftc, Ac.
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"THE LIFE IS TEE BLOOD."
FROM it wo derive our strength, beauty and
mental capabilities. It is the centre of
our being, around which revolves all that
makes oxiBtonco happy. When this source is
corrupted, tho painful elTocta aro visible in
many shapes, prominent among which is
This is a taint or infection of tho human
organism, and probably no ono is wholly free
from it. lt exhibits itself in varions shapes
a,- Ulcers and Sores, Decayed Bones, Diseased
Scalp, Hore Eyes, Weak and Diseased Joints,
St. Vitus' Dance, Foul Discharges from the
Nostrils, Eruptions, Glandular Swellings,
Throat Affections, lt ho um a ti sm, Heart Aflcc
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tions, Liver Complaint, Salt Rheum, Dyspep?
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It has been the custom to treat these di?
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a cure, ofton provo Injurions, and entail mise?
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properties of these so-called alteratives and
purifiers bas led the philanthropical man of
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sult of which hap been tho discovery of vege?
table products which posees tho power of
eradicating these taints from tho Blood.
Compound Extract of
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Is tho acknowledged antidote to aU Blood
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Source-the Centre of Life-the Blood,
be maintained in all its purity and vigor.
For Diseases produced by the use ot
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timo may take it: the tender infant, who may
have inherited disease, will be cured hy it.
For Purifying the Blood,
EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA
When used in thc Spring, it removes all
hnmors which infest the system, and ba?
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that season of tho year.
It acts promptly on tho
LIVER A M? KID.M?YN.
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