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A Cure for Diphtheria.
Correspondent of the Baltimore
an writes. in the. following confi
dent strain: The following is said
to be-an almost certain cure for
that terible scourge, 'diphtheria.'
Tf it should save some dear child,
or even one of larger growth and
more mature years, I shall be more
than " compensated for the little
trouble to which I have been sub
jedted in preparing it for the your
journal.
Should you or any of your fam
ily be attapked with diptheria, be
not alarmed, as it easily and speed
ily cured withont a doctor. When
it was raging in England, I accom
panied Doctor Field on his rounds
to witness the so called "wonder
ful cures" he perfomed, while the
patients of .others were dropping
on all sides. The remedy to be
rapid nust be simple. All ie took
with him was powder of F1111)11111
and a quill, and with these he cur
ed ever'y patient without (eet
ion. He put a spoonful of flour of
brimstone into a wine glass full of
water, and stirred it witl his fin
ger instead of a spoon, as the sul
phur does not readily amalgamate
with water. When the sulphur
Mixed be gave it as a garole and
in ten minutes the patient was out
of danger. Brimstone kills every
specie of fungus in n11n, b enst and
plant in a few minutes. In ex
treme cascs, il which he lad been
Oalled just inl the nick of ti.e0,
when the fungus was too nearlyV
closed to allow the gargling, he
)leW the -sulphur through ajuilI
in1t( the throat, and after the fun
gus had shrank to allow of ittlhen
the gargling. -He tiever I'mt a
tient of (iphfitheria. If a ptient
canit o argle. take a live coal, put
it onl a sho0vel anld thlen aSprinikle a.
spoonful or two of lour of, brim
stone at a time uipon it, let the
sttforeri ihiule it, an d t b fu'igus
will (lie. If plentifully use(d tie
whole room ia v be filled to suffo
cation: the patient can walk about
in it, in' - lin the fumes, with
doors andn windows shut.. 'I'h
mode of fumigating a room with
sulphur has often' cured most vio
lent attacks of colds in the head,
chest, etc., at any time, and is re
commendedl in cases of consumpI
tion andi asthima."
BURoLARS SHOULD NoT Fo4UMnt
AUOUND-A suOut, able bodied la
dy was aroused the other night by
a nolbetin the liallway; anb on go
ing down retairs she discovered a
man fumbling ar'ound in~ the dark.
The lady immediately assailed him
with the ferosity ofa tigress and
ejected him from the house in quite
a number of seconds less than no
time at all. As the man tumbled
down the steps onto the sidewalk
he was gobbled up b~y a pl)Oiceman
and promptly marched off to the
cooler. -iThie next morning several
of her friends called aud congrat
ulated her upon the heroism dis
played in throwing a full grown
burglar out of the house. "Grac
ious !" exclaimed the lady growing
pale and agitated ; "was that a
burglar ?" "WXVhy, c di'tL you k no w
it ?" "Knowit ! Heavens, no ! I
thought it was nly mv hushand1
home again late from the lodge, 01
I wouldn't have. done what I did
for the world."- Sinins.
HE FELT SAFE 'I hear you art
going to embark -i the manufact
ure of gun powder' 'remarked i
Third street bafiker to a Pear:
street man on 'Change the othei
day.
'That's the proposition now be.
fore the house he' replied. .
'Ain't you afraid-to go into thai
kind of business?' -
'Of course 1'm not. There's nc
more risk of losing money than it
any ot1er -tsindss.'
'I know that, but I should think
you'd be afraid of being blown
'Blown up?'
'Certainly. Ain't you afraid oi
th a 1 t?'
'Well, not hardly ! I've beer
narried for twenty-five years!"
Merchant raveler.
W. S. GREGonY, our Foreilan' al(
lublisher, is authorized to receive ai
reccipt for Subscriptions, Job work anl(d
adveirtisements for Tnn MISENGER,
f~l ile lQOkilig Class,
G O L D send 11) Cci't foa
postage.alld we vill mail yon free, v
roval,valiable box of saiple goods t hat
will put you in the way of Imaking morE
mioney im a few days than 301 eve
thungh jit possible at aiy b Isiiess.Ca pi
Cal not rcquI ired1.We will stai-t you.You
canl vork all tine time 01 ill sp)u ti m
ony. The work k< llmiversally adap~ted
to both sexes. younitig and old. .Yoiu caII
as~ily earin friom 50 cents to $
. That all who wat work a
test tihe busiess, we Imake this unpaI.
alleled ofFer; to all who are' not w\(el]
sat.istled we will s-end $1 to pay for Ohe
trouble of w:-itinug 11Is. Full particilirs.
directioIst c.,sUIt ftree. F4ortuniies will
be iual'e by I hose who give their wholi
tue to tlie work. Great success abso
Intel ,ure Don't delay. Star't nowv,
\iine- may 203 1y
Es/ (blished 184.
No Patent No Pay.
PAI T KNTS
)bta. in ed for Mechaliical Devices, tComn
All pI 1reliminuary exam inat.hons aIst
pa~tentability' of lovenutions, Free. Omt
"-unie for O)bu aining Pa~tenu ts,'' is seil
free everywhetre. Address,
LOUIS BAGGER & CO.
Solicitor's of P'atents.
JOSEPH WESTO1N,
Boot & ShoeMae
O vet' Wah 11lowell's Beef Market,
Ain St., G1 R EA NV1LIL R. S.* C
I F yout want to sa.ve nlin call ot
~JO.S. WVESTO0N andl h'ave you
Boots andI Shoes miade to Order', an<
guaranteed perIfe'ct fits.
R~epa:irin~g bth neatly, ch~eaplyv am
promp11tly dlone, for' Cash.
D~ec 21 12mn
Q G BLAOK,
M~ain St., Greenvllte, S. C.
35rd .7)oor .4 bore C)ofre St
ENUINE~ Wmn. Rogers Cuther'v
7 St o Ki~ves and Forks $3.50
Geineral assor'tmen'it of goodl Jewelry
careful ly selected. Best family
ai specalty, and at close figures.
Ren~air'ing wvatch:. *1n1 jewel .'
;-41
a)c
, -ad PORTABILE, TRAOTiIdON
cd oyer and wnIr A. wVOOds
Corn-Mill,
"Cl THE BE ST
a) 1) N A
SL -ENDFOR PI'.CESa
My 2-3m
4*
BUY NE
CLO T.HINGI
SH OES
~ ~.
F"~ l/H
(
c. IhalI1c(;li'(4s:ca i
Dect 2--191
and TATIONARY
-Cot~ton Gis, Feeders
nd EvapoI-ataes,I. Perry
Sweep Rake Foling
u-al)n II tin ltaneouc'm s
ky Plow.
and Millstones,
Ia SIZES.
IN THE WORLDI
OF MEAL SENT
PPLICATION.
aid CATrALOGUES~f
FuAS'
moothing
H A ERO0W
AS A
ais esp~ecially adapted for
dltivating Corn, Cotton
aid Small graini crops.
Thousands of themn are
eing sold every year'.
Let every fariner' save
meC and MONEFY by p)ur
HUDGENB & HUDGENS,
Easley, S. C.
Agenits for Pickens Co.
[ar 28.--9m

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