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THE NEWS AND HERALD.
WINNS13OIO, S. C.
SATURDAY, Septomber , I 1870
71. ATr.Ns DarIs. l:urroH.
1r"'. S. RE.YNOLDS. ASSOCIATR IUITOR.
AcCORDING to the latest and most re
liable accounts both parties are bound
to carry Ohio.
CONKING, like leecher, is a mtcli
greater man since he had an irate hus.
band lifter him.
GOv;nNoIt Vi:vtttll,E of illinois,
wants to rais: five hundred thonsam(l
m31e0n to come dowi. ad whip the rebel
lious South. We had better begin
dodgting (it once.
Tn: impeachment trial of Conptrol
ler-General Goldsmith before the Geor
gin Senate has begun. Chief Justiec
Warner p,resides1 The trial may last
TimE LADIEs IEMOIAL AssocIArioN
havo had putblished a very Landsome
pamnphlet contiiing the proceedings
at the unveiling of the Confelderate
MVontment. It is ornamented with i a
handsome photograph of the monu
ment. Copies will be 1hrnishe(d for
0 cents on application to Miss 1. 1).
Martin, of Columbia, or Mrs. W. It.
Robertson of this place.
Latest returns from California midi
Cate the election of Perkins, Republi
can, for governor by a large plurality,
and a' majority of Republican 'Con
gressmen. Kearney's woun(lel preaclh
cr, Kalloch, is thought to have beil
elected mayor of San Francisco.
Independence in Politics.
Every now and thent we see it charged
that the country newspapers, always,
'tWith a few honorahle exceptions,''
are blind followers of the N 'ews and
Courier, and that the vast niijority of
Democrats throughout the 'State are
toadies and time-servers to Illmpton,
Simpson and other prominent. latders.
This sort of talk reminds one of the
obstinate juryman who bemeaned the
other eleven for their pig-headeludess.
What if the "subservient" newspa
pers and the vast army of "boot-licks"
should retort that1 the charges come
fromi a small inilority of sore-leads,
who, being disappointe(d in ambition
themselves, envy their successful com
petitors anid vilify the people whose
votes put the poputlar leaders in oilce?
Yet one charge contaius every bit as
much truth ai the other.
That the New's amd Courier is in
accord on matters of generaI interest,
with so many other papers should be a
matter of mutual grattlleation, as ai
fording very strong proof of the wis
dom of the policy advocated. Ii. Shou' d
also canse the few 'hidependent''
journals to inquire whether their coml
paratively isolated position arises th m
an excess or ai want of wisdomu and
No &ub.serviency to the leadeirn exist s
as a general thing amonig thle people.
They feely criticise thie (Iflicials when
ever' they deemi it. necessary. T1hme peo
ple of the State are niot idolters. Blut
v'ery niany had rathier bear the ills they
may have than fly to others they kniov
not of. That is why they do not show
theirz independenefby. abusing all t heir
The conmmanding pr'omlinencee that.
New York with her thirty-five electo
ral votes will occupy in lie pre'sidenI
tial clectioii next year is a snticient
reason for an iquiry into lnw poir.M
cal situation ini the present crisis.
On the 3d instant the liepublican
convention iment at Sara'itoga. Rtoscoe
Conkunig; who has emierged1 from (lie
retirement into which Sp raguie's shot
gunm temnporarily drove himn, accepted
the temporary presidenicy, aind Vice
President Wheeler was made(1 pe.rmna
hent president. On the flrst, ballot
A. LI. Cornell received 23-4 votes, seven
more than a maJority, and( was dlechared
the Republican nomblee fo)r governor.
This means a trinmph for Conkhing,
for the Grant mn, (lie stalwarts and
the machine liepublicans, over (lie
Adiministrationi and conservat ive ele
Cornell's onily clim tothe offilce eon
sist-s in his~ having first openly dis
obeyed Hayes' civil service order by
presiding over thme lRepublican execu
tive comlmitte.e while surveyor of New
York pert. Th'le attempt by Hayes to
romnove him, which succeeded only a fter
two sessions, and which opened a widle
- rech between Conkling and the Ad
ministration, must be remiemblered by
all. Since thenm C'onklink hi1e demand
edl that thie AdlministrationL shahl re
ceIve a airityinmg I'ebuke at t.he hands
of New York liepublicans by thme noni
inatona of Cornell. A8 will hbe seen It
reoquired Con klhing's peonial preCsence
in the conention to secure thisa. 'The
New York Times, the Eivening Post,
and Harper'. Weekly, Republicani, and
the Herald, Independenmt,. besidoes oither
*papors, have all arng'dcclared CornelT
to beo the weakost aspir~ant on the Re
* publican side. lie is only known as
C3ofik1hug'd henehmnan, and lhas himself
mo 6idents of'polgtfarily. is defeat
0V1%J o$tpai uhles4 (ho report. that
oi ' ~ing has baraied with Tam
nany3Iall be true.
Taoitdr~taldo Wlyhf astonnding
allt!'d af hav been m,ado, 'ti
* oessary.todook into Demnocra~t po1
)ties fn'~New York. 'Governor Robin
son ih Tldel's d1Ih'eyb; Mayor.
0-'6Oper; 'oNw York city, ia a de.
~ y6d rIldn also of the ,Gramercy
s tates.miu) anid a bitter enenily of Tami
many' l. It is needless to say thia4
Thimguy' tdlgards Tildeni as the devil
* coeA y Wvater. Ini order to potr~ol
th oty .der,Tildent Cooper and' 0ov.
nor lobinsson together have removed
e svorail Tammany ofileials holding the
the tittest and most ithitential place.
-such as police commi9sioiiers andl(] the
couity clerk. Taimnaniy is in open
arias. At a recent meeting the soieoty
pas sed resolutionts declaril)w inldyli(g
opposition to Itobinson, and utinnoune
ing a fixed deterinination not to sup
port him if ho be noiniiated. Tam
imay il the party controls sixty tlon.,
and votes. T'1alnmnaiiy as a bolter muay
cot.rol all the way friom ten to thirty
thousand. As the Democratic coinven
tioun ineets oii the 6th, it canuot. be told
yet, vhether Tilde will drop Robitn
soit to whom lie i. soleimnly pledged,
it is said, for 'reuoiiiation, or whether
a conipromise will be eflhte(d. In this
(ileilimi comnes the report that 'T'am
m11anty tndcl CoinklinJg have already
clasped hands to d'efeat. the Diemocratic
nomtlinlee, who will miost, probably bn
Robinson. It is hardly credible that,
Tammany will staiti a long record of
party 1ilalty by bolting, while on the
other hand, if (here are a 1lumtbel' of
good candidates, Tilden should be very
cire'iul to give (hIe provocatlun1) by
liigilng to lobinson. At any rate it
will be diillcult to pick up a weaker
caididate 1.han Con il I is. It' the Domi
ot'"at., show any harmony whatever
New York will be 1)eluoeratic this
fall, iiid ia Democrat, evcti if it be
Tilden, will succeed Hayes in March,
1881 . We are pleased to see that John
Kelly, the Taniiiaiy boss, indignantly
deuies the coalition story, although
flim inl his slanl agaiit Robinson.
A IiAL.OOY LINE.
PropboMing Now to init a Itallrotd In tho
From the New Orleans Picayune.
Several publicationshave lately been
inade in regard to a project'd l'ine of
balloons to run betweein Spaiiish Fort
and New Like End. It has beent
foun(1 imaj)rcticable to eo'iSt.ruct, with
oitl great. expense, i railway between
these two points, owing to the swalpy
nature of the ground.
The details of' the :ontemllplatedl bal
l')on have not been correctly or fully
stated, and are given below. 'IThe 1lali
is not original, so fir as the principles
involved tire conce'rned, but. the applli
cition is ingenious. It is well known
that while balloons have. been con
struct'd which are capable of ustaii
ing very large weightS, no siccessful
mtethodl of (ireeting tle course of the
air ship has been devised.
The lau rei'rred to above -iilizes
the tu'll lift ing eapacity of' (lie balloon,
and rovi'kes the mtoans of controlling
its movettents. Spiles or po.sts are
set along (lte lake shore, miaking a
complete cireuit, resembling a lele
graph line. Along these p).:ts on the
top are placed guide rails of a peculiar
form. Fitting these rails, and slicing
11'eel' oin tI'i aire attaehmenl'llts to
which ire made flst the gmuide ropes
holding and guiding tho balloon, and
so ar"ranged as to brace it against the
win,d frop11 iany direction. Fitted inl
the posts are pulleys, over which is
passed a iwire rope, niking a complete
circuit like a belt, and g"lldliig on tle
)ulleys; aitrd this rope is moved at. any
rate of speed by al enmgile stitioned
at a p)i'oper ploinit in the circu2lit.
Th'le halloon0 is made in an e'liptical
('irm, (ihe lenig(h I i Ic'hle highk't, ind
po011nted at (lie ends(, thuis giving the
l east siurt'mie ihr1 resIstanilce to th(le ait
miospherei'. F'romi this, suspende'd hi'
lhe nettinug whlich enve'tlopes th baf..)11
loon,. is ani i ron fran ic, on wvhich (lie
car is hiung by d1oubl)e pivots, simillar
t> I sipI's bIinun[cle. The wieight
b 'ing ini the car', It rennins in Its prop..
er' p)oio, be'nig brauced by the guide
Iiates albovo it if inoved( by' lie imlui.
Tl.he4 cari is ftlted ith a i gr'aping al
t teiniient wvhih passes through tackle
in, the fraiiie and1 to (lie cari. Th'le
movlinlg wire tuope is sei'zed by' (the
grappIilng 1ho(k and( (lie ('ar and'4 tloat
miov'e forward, drawn by the emdless
rolpe and1( guided by thie rududen' wilhi
slidle along t he ril s, fromi which it is
implossible fhr themm to becomne d1e
tacdl(. If' it is nieces-saryv to st01), the
gr'apple can be let go inistantly 1( (mlite
car stolped. Anyv numbeir (ot' canCli
he used ('ol lowing each other' at short
ThIe guide r'Opos enn1 1)e .lengthle ned
at will a11id the car itllowed to float at
ait anly des8iredI height, bedin)g ututler per1
f'eet con'tirol. The 1posts havinig onily
the we(fght of' (lie guide r'ails anid 114
gr'adig binig r'efuiiredl, it. ill 1b1e seen
that. t hie coist otf conistructjin is com
pu rat.iviely snudl.
This p)11lan appears to 1)e feasible. It
'rmainis to bIe seen how it ill work
the at telnlt is successful, the aerial
route will he extensiv'elv piatronized,.
It is undi(erstoodl (that a 'company1i is
beig f'ormed to undfertake the enter
FA iJ.5E iri'stSos Ainotir Oxrounr.
-The silly niovels wihich arie written
about a c'areer'i ini Oxfor'd, almost in
vaiaubly r'epriesenut thle stud(enit as5 a
nloisy, 1h1le, dirunkeni youth, whose
chief wit lies ini pr'acticaul jokes, who
browvbeats his tutors, (lodg'es (lie nui
v'ersity authorities, cheats thie tr'ades
men, and has all his v'itlgar'ities con
doned( by the obseqjuiouisness of' (lie
college "dons1," wvho are ready to
miake anyi allowance fo' a younug mnan
of' spirit, wvho huas a libi..ai allow auince,
and1( is the soni of' a countr'y gentle
mnan re(siding in Bhmtk Manorhouse.
Thius ablstIrd e.xageratloun bad soe
basis of' trunth inl it thir'ty yeaisl ago,
hit has long ceased to be even priob)a
ble, At that time there were collene
oflk-eia- who, havinig takeni their d'e
grees at t.hie university, hamd also taken
at wiorse degre'de ini the school wh'lich
taught Unak4 .Ucep his'hut:lity. The
first l)lrotest aguJlnst to )ia-n ti?ulation
of'ranik.ande wdalthi 'was maide1 forty)
y'ears ago by Miertoit College, ivylhi
r'efused to ami-t,i What were called
"tufis," that Is, nioblemenol. privhieged
by reason of weoaring a uoaiari kiind
of Ca,p and .gown, aii.gentcnen
collm)Onrs.'The ruile has beent imita
tvd suibse.qi'mntly by all the' 'olleges,
and f'oi"the last twenty vent's or so,
t.he- ohly. peirons whoQ lia6 beeti ad(
nUtted . in this costumote o theo
'Prhico'. Leopold.- -Thiut seime excuses
woni bo-inade fa the-son of a D)uko
wic1h wQIuld snL,be .allleved in: theo
case of a comnmouWr',-son, nw b~ safe
lyamitipipated; but~ the; uiversity anid
college authiorities artr' 'tbt mutch
worAo thain Ehglilf sbeIsty!'s genermat
ly, '(vhich shows diaarValotuer t'onidolne.ss
to the sina and( esca pados of the"noble
andi the venalhiy,' TVwh'iieh Qit*ite.
teruj 'l?tiew.~0 v'~:.
An Old Story Over Again-Cattvhing hilbk
era with (to 8ano altit--A Fow Innttnce
(Fiom the Philadelphta 'i'Ime.;J
Trherc are various wa:1y+s.in whieb the
enIfflenice game is worked. AN.
instance: James Porter, i lerchtiit
tiom1 Oshkosh, coles into town to buy
goods. Hle exhilusts tho iewspaper's
and 11he photog;raphi lbumtlls at thle
hotel and goes out doors o take ia
liile walk Ito break thle rllonotony. A
well-dlressed, smiiling itiidua(I11l steps
up to himl, and wvilh at mlosi.:agreeable
bow, uhdlresses him by n:m11e, mnucht to
1'orter's atstoniishlienit. The strsan:ger
reiarks: "I see I ha\-e the best of
you. You don't kiiowy m1e any more.
I'm Dixon's sol (or nephew, ats the
swindler prelers). I've been away
fr"om liome some years." lie thent
elturs into s01e pa rtIculurs concern
ing his own prosperity ad soon gets
into the confibence of his new tiriend.
The walk is prolonged. After awhile
another n11an stepS up), taps D)ixon's son
on the shouilder and presents a bill.
W%'ill Mr. I)ixon be kind enoulg to
honor it? Mrl'. I)ixon discovers that
he lS no imoney, but whips out i
cek oil some banllk for an aiouit. in
('xceSs of t he claimi. The ''dunl" does
not happen to have any% changre and de
mandsd his moneyw beenusu the train or
the boat, on which the ima1ginary goods
have been shipped has steamn up and1
is ready to dopairt and the ternis of the
house are C. 0. 1). Dixon becoies
eltbarrassed 1ud either appeals to Po'
fer direct or so works upon his syiipa
thy by his elil)arassment th the lat
ter. coipasSio11ately dlemnalldS to know
what, the amount. of the claim is, 1111d,
being told, forks it over, ttking I)ix
oin's big check as secti'ity. The third
plar"ty, hatving got his p'av, Vanli<hes.
Dixon and Porter continutes their walk
and soon Dixon finds Some specious
excuse loir deserltinig Porter, who dis
covers ill qtlick timl(, that, the check
given him is worthles.s
Instanci(es have lb0een kllownl where ia
"Moral Agricuiit urist," who had you (.1h,
good looks and141 ia ruady tongue 'at his
co1nn11id, had victimlized t porter out
of $500 by (his ruse. ()ccasionally he
is i rural scapegoat. who really knows
his victim, but in nin1e cases ou1t of ton
the assumlaptiol of ~ ae(uailitialce is
filse, and he Is a total stran1iger. ie
has traveled, however, perh1aps on
Sorlno oher dupe's loney, aid, binn
gifte(l with keen powers of obserVt
tion, hials stored away in his 111in(1 for
future coutingencies iL 1111's of iltnor
msttion concerinin;g (lie stlitls of busi
ness n Iin. Another va-iet V of this
dodge is thus vil"rried out: "'orter is
addressed as Thompson, of Pit ria.
I te turns to (ie speaker,. aid, very
likely, volunteers the inlfOiauluioll that.
he is not TIo.1n:p;on, of' ('eei- t, but
Porter. of Oshkosh. The oaie v ho has
spokei to him begs a hottoand pardonls
and stops )rily awa. ''e 'chnies
areo very, strong that Porter, hnlbre heu
hats gono a block, will be alddressed as
Po'ter by 1111o1her well-(hresse(d, sini
ling yontIi, will be asked how Oshkosh
is co11i1ig on, and ulnlet'r Ilhe genial int
fi tencet o,' soft soap will be in tie flood
tid1e of colversat ion1 with a rogei who
dons not know him fromt a side of solo
leather. y anl by 1he will be sub
jee(ed to ths.; bill dodge or exposed to
a1 fresh peril I'nat the handsoine gentle
111:11i al. Is si(de. T'l1:1it. )e'"rs oag'e will
ireinartik, fli'f 1er01 some i conver'sat loln, about
lie wvay, I r'emembiler thait -I've got a
me1 tat 1've th'awn' a1 prize ini a lot tervi.
Now', I don1't believe inl such1 thing's,
but as8 .'ve "'ot the ticket and1( the1 notice
Writh me', sui~ppose we go aronuid anid
lst.t stic how miuch I hatve dra'1wn."
niew a1cqfuitancee to 1a dIin1gy roomi,
and11 thle money1~--g0nerally blogus, by
Llhe way-is paflid overI. A suIggesti oll
is made(11 tha aii. tfur1thler illvtS1esinent be
inade.. Thle tw'o are thenl cot(iuctted
into a bacek r'oomu, and the tirst thing
the count rymuan knows his avarlije gets
the best of his8 prudence, ai lhe findis
hig11 his $01 or 811)0 at ''buniko.'' Jie
alssistanlce of' biia new friend, wiho is
0one of' those side-:shoots t'omt (lhe coni
fldtice tree-"al buko gharper1C1."
The11 lower' oirderi of 'oi idenitce sharip
er'S are to) be0 fouill round( somec of' the
radilroad1 depiots whiere ther ictiimize
niew'y-arriived rustic's by thle f'reighit
bill 'dtodge, Jiavinig seizetd upon01 a
counitr'ymian, shiarperi No. 1 takes huimu
up the street to show 1him1 a purichiase
hie hais mad(e(. A conlfederaute appear21ls
and11 demlfiI his mioneyW for)1 hauling
the gCoodst to 11 the'reighlt (dpot. No. 1
priotest s that lhe hasn't. it, and1( prloduces
a handtill of' wihat looks to) the inecxige.
T[he '"fi-ight, man"1' will not taLke that,
handsli ov'eris ash and 11( receives thle
coin1-whlich is bogus, by thle Wav-iad
kniown to1 thIe~ iitiated hs-)10 pie 'ks.
'Thle shlarper' dIisappearsll on the promiselR
to 1)e back in a few mlomenCits t iredem
thle ('oin, andit thle cottr'onan1 is left, to
dliscov'er thant lie is swi'ndled1. When
heo comlins 1 at. thle det3t 120 is talken
to the( ctratiil staitioni, loo(ks over the
atlbumn of rogues thiere, finds1 the like
ness8 of' the0 man1 wiho has dupled limu,
anid, after severalt weeks, las the1 pleas
the grmsi1 o)f the1 centtraZl auien31ce, (10
cialmuig thie joke be(tter'11 )lpparenhtly than
the pr'isoner' hhnself--iilht t'a t ing th0
truism t Ihat "the pleasurie isas8 grueat inl
being cheated ats to cet! "
in A pril, l876, at womailti namedW Mr's,
Elizatbetht Dash, and1( Ill-fav'ored crea
tiur, conducted su1ccessfu1lly a1 sh1ort,
but v'ery remutmerative carcl'or ats a con
ilence op)eraitor' amuong peopI0lI p
town. Shte represen'Ited to some11 of heri
victims that shte was a German bar1ion
ess anId had1( drawn the capital pizie ini
(lhe H avana lttery, To some1 she p)ut
thet amoun1iit at $a,000, and1( to one0
duidgeoni sheo expanldd it inito *853,000 I
She said( it. was necessar'y to entgage a
iayy'er' to1 sCure' bor1 piize, ad shie
)lleed hier dupes a hienty share in heri
gf(ood for'tuhle It they wiould1 a'dvance
hier thie ne cesinary funds. One lady shte
pr'omIised $ 11,0100 to 2s a bionuls fot' a
I lan of' $300. . Tihe cuniniig adtvenitu
res p eaedto haiiio seletethe ra i2ce
o m l op-keepers for heri victimis,
exp)ectations1 of' usurious r'eturnsa foi'
'their loanse. There wvere fivo comn
jiInts agaIinst hey out4 of a host \ho
were to ashamixod. of being ov'er
reniehed- to- atippear agaibst her. As It
.was, It 'aippeared( thtat. Mr'se Dasit had
rlzdlary $1,000 froml hier sli#owd
secicine.. SIlo p)assaJ 80oni time id
Therla? fea't's ago"-ail' thditant'1ed
*0nIui, tof fIbidding codni~tVnii3g
~i0t1anat1oqutito n. niln e mnnnuoiq Iy th
story thai her trle hadi die 1d inl f 'r
Itlctny, lea1v-ilg" her a lairge' Iortuie.
Sho cotfinled her blandishmentts to lie
utale sex and borrowed the ionel" on
the p)r0tonce that, it was tO enable hel
to stubstantiate her ehliiii. Shr .priomu
e'd to make caeah of her dun1. gull r
;.iu n .)or o hildren aund allow l)i1u to
htve e hanlliiig of all ithe re'eiui
of lho e:state. This was It! tt.d
hook 'Qmt, app1ealed to the cupiil:t:" of
the gtidgeens and took ihemt i tYerr
A year ago anotther variatini o' the
conlfidee ,gone waIS su41ccessf'ully pe"r
1tinle.: uiponi an Italia, who had iall I
t ion to the pea nut ald hanit-organ
l)tsitess, and conitided lie would i
(urn to suiii Italia an<d by him a title
I of nobility nid i cisfto and settle
down as ' grautdec. it tiirtately he
fCell in with (1to of his coiitryienl
who wereC rascals. Tlhey took him to
an lian salooi and got, just enoulgl
wine io him to make hin tilkative
and conthdent.iul. Whlenl ther start).d
away they kindly took chalie of his
valse inl which he had his t;avings, tll
ilk shiilinlg eagles. fly a dext.erouts
hoctis-potus bat's of lead pi pe Wipl1l)e(1
in pIper. were Substituted for his coin.
aund when the (1wo sha rIers left the
poor fellow his savintgs ot' vears weld
with them1. and he had not hing. but, his
bits of lead pipe to show for his frut
gality. There a'e minor 1)lots for the
titwary, such ais the ''ti'u,k box'' an'.
'"three-card 11o11tc," that probably
comes withini the category of conili
dence operations, but the men who
pr'actice themt are w1retchedl bunglers,
ttnd (re constantly tllling ito the
hltds of the police. It is reserved For.
the rascals at the top of the ladder to
make the "big stakes," and atleet 1itst
horses and ltaster creatures of tho
(em1i-muonde on tie road and at the
rae(Is and seiside resorts. The fiuro
table is also ani insaltial)1e clailanlt. fI'
Ihtir ill-gotten Iiere, as was shown by
the carcer of one of t114 princce of co
coiene, lIalpI l. lRollins, now inl the
PASTon7 IA1'I)fEN'S TRfAL,
The Speck of Steel SalI to have boon lound
in Mary Stnnnard'sK Neck fitt Jeutl. 1ilts a
Nick in Mr. Ii1tyle's Knifi'-TltChe (l'n'us
Evtidenct, that. May worry the I)efence.
MIor,: t.hau a year ago a young gi'l,
Mary Stamliard, in Coimeeticut, who
had gone out berryiiig was foui' doead,
her, throat cut fi'omii e:ir to ear. A
young preacher, who lad that mornl
ing ridden up to Staniart's house and
asked Mary for a (iniuk of water, was
aecctsod of lthe crioe, and lodged in
Jail. . Circumnstanttial evidence points
straugely to his gilt. 1le had been
1'riondlv w1ithl her for1 somYe timew, aind
gossips chlalrge(1 him with c1'illilall in
tilmlacy. Several postponenents of the
trial have taken place, once because the
proscetor, l'hitt, had beell elected
United States Senator, once because
the 11cw pr"ol'ecutor w1ellt o.n it rip to
Etrope, andth (lie last time because the
chief juslice cainnot preside at (he t i'ial
which had been fixed for tie 9th in
stant. A correspondent of (te New
York Sun pre.liets that it st range pie; e
of testiimony will be introduced by (lie
State. lie says:
There is somie rather conttlsive evi
delico thal. the mnedical mleu who have
aumost consumnled, .boiled, anuid cut t)
pieces with their,'k inves anid chemiiicals
thet btody o,f Mary ytann,iard, hanyo dis
cotredt'' wgi1h the ioscope, a lit tle
Apiock that',map'i bte ver dai)t
Prof. Whlito has had1( Mr.. Jlarden's
kiite bladt untder his micrioscop'e, and1(
haS examiedC( eveyCP speck thierion.
"'What did( you ibid on it'"' .Jucdge
Iblniisoii asked him11 at. the.peiur
"xli liotd i.'
"WVtluit khli(1of' blood?" ~1
Andi the Itev Mr. lieavden look~ed as
interesi ed anid Ii inoeilet t''rii't as
g'iveni as thie ~Vtent; does~ to th pro-1)'0
fe)ssor in clilege at. the eliiix lof ani ex
pei'ui(t iinitural pIhilOoophy, JHe
afterwardtP( t.t)ld, andii his wifc told(, how
thie blood got. there,. "'Just as,". Mir.
JTone's said, "'bloodl gets on the penl
dten hadit cut his finger. Now, 1'rof.
Wh'ito was1 obl ige'd to iadit. that
scienice had( ntot yet got so far as8 to be
ablie to~ d.istiniguisl hMary Stannliard's
thle blood specks on1 the kni1ft' wtenit foir
na1uighat withi the luslice, aund lie dis
charg'ed Mr'. .IlIavden. lBut scienice dlid
itot let go of the case. Th'!e mricro0
scope, chemicals, mea!fsuremenit,ts, 1keen
eyes, houriis of' patient wotk on a speck
that a breat~th wou0ld( blo0w awa,' hiave,
it is no)w said, miado a dliscovery, Th'le
muiiscles, the flesh of Mary St4unard's
nie'k lnar the stab that. kil'led her1, hiave
boIV-n resolvedt to thetir origina I gauses
andi e'lemenits, to discov'er any'~ tolrin
mtatter' sch as5 a speck of s'teel. Wheni
thant which had1( beeni Mary'~ Stannarud's
nec3(k bjecamie vapor unde' the choemist's
manliipulat.ioni, then1 the' -u mioscope
that wotiki catch any) for'eignt subs5tance
andac hold it. To the niaked eye thier'e
appearedit oin tho' pap~er niothliiig mtoi'e
thtan a speck like dutst thi: t a whiitY'of
wind ight haive blown t her'e. hut
utponi it the irit'scopist plaiced a glass
that could mtake one hair s.omn the si'io
of1 a rope, antd thent the speak i'esolved
itself into a rusty lit tle piece of1 steel
have Colme it'Oml te blade4 of the knifeb
that. killed Marly S(taad. Now thlo
glass is vanif along tik blaide off lihe Rev.
Mi'. Hayden's knife, 0)? which Prtof.
Wt hito found blood,. T1hier' atre one or
two littlo nicks easily seen in it, too0
largo to . mtlllch this little piece,. A t
last a defect is discoviee'd; t naeemns as
though theu little speck on the white
> aperi' if aptpiild to tIs defec(t wtouldl
Aust fit. it, and by te nost delicate
man111iplat ioni the fit.t.ing is suiessfnttlv'
the fleshy parlits around thie w~ounid thIaut
just fIts ai nick in the blade of' thie R~ev.
Mrti. Hayden's kniif'e. Suchl is the story
that, sOIofnwhaOLtidefiitely, buit wvith
sutfcient detail to make It wor'thly of
t,he at terUtion) of. the Rev, Mr,. Hayden's
coumsel, is r'oported regardiing ihlw re
suilt of t1ole iattf nmen's wvork in d1isa
enpied In reandingt and( wrlinhg t'his
ce$-i in the Now' Maveni' jail. lie' -hias
gr'owni fleshwy audi thie long lon fin()mett
has~ taikea.oIl'somuft the liealthiy br'o#n~
cilolr tha lhe hadwhieni lho wais flr'iest"
ed. It Is unider'stood (tat if' tlie defens~e
mkes any eflbrt tu lprove good rpu1
tafion Mr'.: Nfden*~s f'Virmor uightbor's
.ii Cape Cod. artY t'o be'"calle'd in rebut
tal totestifty thrit his rb i)tt'atlin there
Wattidtr'f the .best.: The tr'ial will
.I>'obably.bo begun Inl October.
NY" ns oP '1 ru1 J1. .
-W-\Villiamn . Vanderbilt etuploF
-The Princess of Wa'ilies is to visit
her papl)l and lt atta, tlh Ising anll
Qtin of 1)elnmark, in thu fill.
+-1 '1toitticei pi - election . at Wit.
n 1.giton, el., I on. Wediesdafy. result
eU'in at - sweeping ; DIimocr"aitiehtry
<"'4.till nodinced ttimt Mrs plr:tgu(
tas rfehed a re..t inf-l ithe aiIL tt'rieind
,it one fl' (he '1t' New I'igliiild Stai es.
--Two l ibrel, (an?d ( j tiick, havI
dited at I,ind ?e, N. d., fre n catiny
luad:,st11.s I:he nos;hroutos. '[Two olh
(Ir" 11-1d ,ling :ald tII hrparenlts are Sick.
--in Ala-e1 1ounlty, Kr ., near" Il
T1ennes.si-e *-ti( li:. On'1'hourstav has(,
.Andlerton Catrver, in at tit, of jealoulsy
shot. and killed his w"ife and (iten ble%
out his own b rttints.
- ,Jos. WV. I Iunnt, president olf'Toledo,
DelphIos atnd liturling;lont I(ailroatl,
''as It1 over )' it swtitclling (egin
ttn(l cars, at l)elphos, Ohio, on 'T'hurs.
day, and instantly killed.
-A dispatch 1rom1 Yoko)htasn
that (eneral (rant. sail ed tir Sini
''rancico oi the ('i/y of 'otio o1
WVednteday, and tllmt ho wvill arrive
about the 21st instant.
-''he Empress Ettgnie, is still in
the sanle state of depr1(eSsion. She re
c"eives nobody, antd dilies atlone in het
own aipar11iient. She onlV Iates lier
rooim to go to that. of her Son1.
-St. 1.oi0S papers fell a story to tlh(
efiibet that llrnuml-Phineas T'., thec
G.real--left t.hat citv inl a terril1
fright the other <ty, the showntu
tihinking lie had caught the yellow
The Atlanht Daly Con.itution
fund for (Genefral 1lit0''s clil(drcn
renehied on the first diy :,early ita thous
and tollar s. The list is headed by
$25n, telegralhed by 1nttlun , Stwaul
A Co-> of New York. 'The inoney
I will be invested in seenrities by tihri'e
trustees. Tl'he chibilrein are left i.'Lerly
des(itu(e. Subscriptions will ie re
('Pivet ('roll) anty (11uart .,
-The dead hotly of James II. (i:dG
hug was (ouit hist 'T'ues(latv nea" liy
Old homiestead, at MItfree. Suro, N. (.,
)vitha it portion of the hiead blown aw:LV
1.v a gait-hot. 'Ite deceased was tlie
brother of the inventr ofr the (halliiig
rtun. On Wedueslty Win. Varr, it
neig;lhbor of thle dead ltlman, wats arrest
ed for1 thle murt1der'.
-'I' other day i flack of sieep
niuunberig upward of It hundilred
head, beholnging to Nlwa i'l and lanes
M[c(onntel, near ('hit ham, lilinois,
broke ott of Iheir 1)astinre and ran oi
the railroad tIrack just as It train VaI
1)issin . tl)wrtl oI' one hun<drel of
them were killed anel inaiied ere the
(I ail could be Stoppe.l
-A Avaelinsip rtceniv land1(+l tt
Now Y ork t)ver (;unI sfteria','s0 n
rcN's,, thi! mtl), of whomt w1er"e 111us.4in
fleeing 'oim lie ilm t'rdslhiis of (ha.
co untry. The lIttssians alone re'pre
sen(ed at c':Il,itaI (of over . 1110,(l;i.
Alning' tleiii were sixt i t:iliies, (av
iii. Ltwio hundred anld IhiiNi('n chib(ir"ein
They are t reinrkabie line looking
-''hitV colored bov.. ireentIl de
mnal<ledl '11ission to the, inciiolln'(ili.)
li;gh Shool, andlcl ol )ein' r.efu1sed.
ibreatened i Ial:e letgal tme z'ires to
s'rent"e (1h same righlts ;-- wi(o ..hi!
dren. Tit(e school bh:i: ( . n.i s their
rig,ht of athna.io n to) (le t .,iulm.mt
sc"hool, but elaims that tle S(tate
'itl'ntle C, i uluI. L tIi ni ' ..he toi-n
-Lewis (ry TChas. JTonie. ot
Bradlitwd(, 1Pi., were h iDed last. 'Tues
pounds.l of' nit rog'lyceine wvith whichh
t hey wvere about to I orp, edo ani oil w~ellI
at Kell's (Cap, eight ile'' f'romuu ria''
sniehi ragiiieniis that not1 a s.ingle one lof
mianiy pieces otf flesh 'oaud ~.eat 1ered
ideniiiheti as beloniging IIo (ithar oft
t Iim. A\ teami of' hor'ses andiu a hu'nw. y'
WeiX alt'5oi blwl totaP .a. byIOt u teteht..
.Tril 0 ut' ICL(Lt irua FR a thiEhR.
iHood' two icked chirne 1 ireps oe
improvined Teivfhs cntinnse. tol
(liyn('i,J Setebe 3.-Tw~oxsety
hix~ taoe inhi al were ir'l repo oda',
eqully ividinec 'ned betwee ii n
colrediI.r)ur at.4.oAl dea )t hav
toccured:i Mrs.11 yan Oor 1htIt sv nar os
day aiss ine twienty-fve ncurred to
duty.1-ten J.iOC S, Skilagi-on1ag isaery
slaw do ngh lussie wIn hardli-cove
The thermtwoom erd raJed between'.
Wasinx<rrprox, Set. 4.-A iidi,spatc
iiiie nartinalbo of helth Ge- vs. no
new easetci s fyfever ha( v.J occrred ini
i MIu'-nis, Sepltemb--he 4.'-T ev
ne vcas(es-)''ot ilwhil it n aigt rol
sevenli deth sOW ine A st t ngt--rtve
wt hem anl o lo tred J.lSt.Hue
Wdit Buntyn.11 Statovin i anil thew
coled c 11( persos er. Sprna sixTh
nule s nor'the o t e. Gen. J.ui S.
thrgresing foI rablpey. The weathe
isy clie and'war~m.dp'd iesmr
M a-.hras, ept(e. A.-The Ca'-Get
eidehe Ija llowr Asociationnv to draw
weep a iith enoyenIrt f all oar
facles andmi i01 pm'fectyhealt. This~
ogofthe bodoh110lyg ar pe r forin
gi?or iabo to' geOt outy of iOWlrder than
ay ioiher organ andtlt producesal mouiret
inde's fLijc 10lversPill octasio at wll
keitit,'i allsight, oriE 1et. irigrtea wfoinha
die n,j Oglitt,inoty um
hte good t moa buigapel o orsca an -
lovo msic-l .o m wl. 6 wish to good.
mcetin oratI coulpa. onos any l)tous
a musical; 'dnu as- o give them~ 6thi
dor, il (htilruinete in thy orlum
bug,.bu1 t iite ot tmarve(l.Lou musian
strumnt, i f evr the go 6 pily hymna
tFnoa qill es,ol alzo, t .peratI'io sol
ticutin,o nlars lae s3T1ogs& Iihpfe t
abont'ef.a. cMi seply H.r's foll,
tihn ay the ntueti thet orlil.
INTfODUCED, 1800 en9A
A TORPID UVER l
is the fruitful eotrco of man dineaeo, promi. Itt Il
Zwtnt tuuoog whic a re . .lnh
DYSPEPSIA, SICK-;EADACHE, COSTIVENES$ .
bYSENTERIY, WIIOUS FEVER, AGUE AND FEVEK. from
JAUNDICE, PILES, RIEUMATISM, KIDNEY COM. whic
PL.AINT, COLIC, ETC. P,p
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loss of Appotite and Nausea, the boWels y
aro costivo, but sometine alternate with t Ism,
loosoness, l'ain in the iotiii,~adoinpanied I'1't
tvith a Dullisonaation i nthiinbo'ipart, Pati I 'aIr
In the right sido and under the shoulder- ihuu
blado, fullnesa after eating, with a disin- no
olination to exertion ofbody ormind, Irri
tability of temper, Low spirits, Loss of
memory, with a fooling of tiaring nogleoted
some duty, Gnoral weariness; Diaiiesd; F
Fluttoring at the Hoart. Dote bofor!5_ theoidsul
eyes, Yellow Skin, HIeadache gonorally heit f
over the right eyo, Restloosnous at night tlnr;
with fitfut dreamie, highly colored Uriho.
IF THESE WARNINGS ARE UNHEEDED, en<
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED. I"
TUTI'S PILLS 1
aro cpoclally adapted to suah' t'
cases, a sir.lo dose eff'oct slor
ouch a change of feling as to ('f 1(
astonish the sufferer. ('u
TUT T'S PILLS ~
are coinpott ded front eubatunnce hant nre Il1'
free tfrut tan. 1r,porti iethut caninjure to a
time natst Cellctrte orgtinlzntton. They [o1
i1uarc?b, (lennae, Purit'y, mint Isailgorate wto
t lso entIre Mystetn. By relieviig the eli. 1e1a
goratel liver, they cleane the blood
tfront pilunoushntaor, anid thsuin:part
le:alti a. Al titaallay to the body, canning
III leowels, to act naturarlly, without
whir i no one can fecl well.
A Noted Divino says: a'
D.-. T('UTT:--D):ar Fir; I'or ten y"esre I hanvo been A:l
n itam tyr to 1.vspetpain, Cun( t ilntih.n ratd P'ilt',. Last .1
bpnr your '.ilis were reowmendod to mu; I naed hltt'1
tni :u I t1 tr.it t Ili." I ii 1 am unw as well in , tin-III
h tase, t tp;n* t' dii . titin ter:t"ct, rregular ston,ln. [roll
p:.O a v+. n+ t ea sair ned trty lwundesolidlles. Mmll
77litv. 1t. . .',0 Lau!iecille, Ky. 11''1l
reherIr fr.st eI'et iq to Ineresame that A ppetite, was
and rtt.e Inc hody to 'hie ol lE-clt, inus tho emii
trinli ,tu.nsri.-itt, anc ty their Tonic Ac- A1,
iiut I ti i l)iatire Oranns, Regular Gle
to:s are produc.:l. wilt I
OF ::w Y ,-:, : CAYS:- hi1i
'"rr .li' . '' ' i - sx .: ' 1 ~mretivctvd by re. blS
"tn.ir (' u I iv- r i atxn mnI f unt,n,.nu for
, .:n .. r ".,+r l . *, .r I,(' " a ted thai
It,a:. p,,.y' , t! ".: to 1' 1 I" 1 . i l .i "
SOLD EVt1YWlERE, PRICE 25 CENTS.
rl0 ro: i army ht: tt, New York.
lr 'iI ..' M A N U A L of f'aynt1iib lufor
I i I i: iii (rcip ila" wviii hwuaicdfee 'tn
- -Yt. . A w Y who
!IOKING and ('lowing Tobacco, and
(:igtr of the fii--st braadls. enn be na
ladu at J. 3). IeCABLIEY'8. - -
d T O:11) a s 'i l'. dr z) to s..t a (t:tay
4 tJ II3tll ' 1tirc liiy. No 1'b:k. w\'.
iton ill iti tw ll tIs :; uin. Nlan'v uin ke morne
Ih,:.n ihe:1" a nri n;.l:tle(I at>ove. Ni, Om-, ;In it'l
fi .i . 111 111-3 fits. Ait 10 e t1 1 (it tlle work.
Volit 4:In mike frot 50 1. t o 420 lihour ly t'i
44:!n; 4 yt1ir 4V4'1lin.y anal synret( Iliale t thei
liii'.. NoIthlmf likE It. for msoney makig
lo I uhe,:s-i iy u hr ut ew
.-ii'! you4 1:1 full 1 a liiuhtra iiiul priv,ite berinS -~
i:w: samle d.5 wOrthl $5 alho frie; you4 can1 thens
liikC un '41 loll I iin- io' 3ttii!i::. Adubires
(1OlI; SINSoN <it U., Porthiiad:(1 MO0
( AILL for the "Model"--threo for
.a.25(is. ht IF. W. HAIInICwr's
Fig'ured Musin,Cfliguredandcs of
Cambrioc uln.Bece n
Unbleached Shocotings. and Drills. bin
A LSO, aest
A lot of Shoes from the Virginia "ysh
Stalto Prison, every pair of which we
Gents' Straw rand Fur Hats of flie C
latest styles. aecc
Caasimerocs, Tweeds, Jeans and sapi
J, F. McMASTERI & CO. pub1
N. Bh-A lot of Blue Flannel and Dr
Yacht Cloth Suits for sale cheap,
juno i s
A PFN1NY SAVE $(
IS A PENNY GAINED. E
You can sate mnoney by calling at the oe
Grocery Store of WV 6.DONLY. mulC
Just op'ened a nion lot of Sugar Cured nt
Canuvassed Ilanai at prioes to suit free~
the fhxo timnes. A lao a select stook Cofees
and Sutgars. Anl/noklo's Unigrouand R~oast- At
oid Cofroo a spoiailty. All theo fav'orito.
brandti of Auxgutai Flour, Bolted Meal red
P'oarl Grits. Cannoed Gioodi of alt dfo.
scrliptions, Choawing au:I amolki?g 'Pobae
co, -iglars from tho hi'ghest to theo cheap
esat brands, ilools anal Shaoes at low
Iiguaros.- Ladhi(es' fitro cloth Gatitors, al
sizesoi, lower thant the lowoest. Ohtoto Cot
\Vins's and Liquors. Portor, B'eer iandl Ale
Fresh Sparkling Older, Cider Vinegar,
ami Lemnons (Give me a' oall. I wviil
not be uindersol. W, J'. DONLY.
may 31. -
()AR & Co.'st renoch Brandt1, atte:
/Jam icRum, Holland Gin, Gin..- Icit
ger Brandy Blokbery Brtandy Peach __
and Apple Brandy, -N. E. Rum1
ISweet Cider, Pulro Jntice Iort Wido~
Caitawba Wiide, Cherry I1randy. r
.Domestie Gins. The : Verf best
brands of Cigars, Ohowing anud Jt
B3lackwolWs. celebrated Smoin,..I
Tobeco an * vr superior -Fine ]
Palio Tabl Shag at1 x. wy iIi- I.)
IOlT's. flost of I oWY -Tail.t~c
LOW FE 'h--BLACk VOMIT
A too soon to forgett the ranvges of thtis
ie l,c etse, whleh will 'to dolib.,retlru in
e I1:I1i ant t(rid iruIent, for in te fall
.ls of IS9.
It iL'S1I8 ii :A''1Nt, t remledy discov.
fit -out i'rui Nubhit stud is'd t'ith ,such
Ilt-ful restilts in Souhlii America where t1ho
aggravated l':Ises of t'ver are oulild,
'4 11011 O( to two otlnee.y of bile to )o
ed or si orS ti i from th b111(1 0(1'ttr In(m it
's Ithrotgh Ihe liver, 11s h,Ig as K i ,\ess
I exist-. IBy its wot.le'utt action 'ol (lo
- nl itoI:t clt lw 111:r'li t lot 111y iYe
1 0 it certainty ainy kind of Fevrer atnd
( Vomlit. butt. lSo ettrer Ili'tlelhe. CO118(1-.
a of the Howels. Dyspepsha and ill
one nOt'11 ear Yellow Fever wiho will
I the Varlnl,ti 'oi;ton apund :x(es:; of bfi.
the blont by using :1I(it-i:t 'us s il5)w'''it -
It Is soll by all 1)r'g sl.s In 25 tent it ai(
bollies, or will be sent by express by Iho
A. F. A.,l eiti,l, & CO., 1'lIl(t., J'a.
Pemlbcrtoii's siillfiigIhl.' (1CCI'S
"Thc reports o: wondrful eltros of liheluma
8'roftuil, Halt ihenai, .y1,1lills, Cancewr,
's anti Sorts. t halt. comlie from Al; parts of
;eIuUtry, are not. olily rt-ulukable but S)
'Ilou as t3o be doubted was it not for the
d+tne of proof,
larkable OCto of Scrofula, &o.
CASZ OF COl.. .1. U. U1RANsON.
1.1xS:0N, GIA., Soptembner 15, 1071.
TS41,:-For sixteenl yvars I have beeil a great
rer ft-om SCOf-ila iti its lost (3(tsttSSing
s. I lt e been cotiltncd to m.Y roo1 tind
or lif leenl ycal:s Wi S sellu 0 ilotis utcera"
'1 h uI to ilt pprov ( rotnOidles fo' sttell
had beenl ult(1, aa( the i1ot 0 'rr("itfelit
laius constuItedl, 'i t'out any detide.l
lit,. 'itlos prostriited, (listresr"e(l, deispc'nd
I was adv,e( by Ir. Ayer, of F'.oyd 'otiln
11., to coInllence the istseof your CemuponId
act. Stillinigia. .a.u g a is 8s Insulllelent
'srlbe the relief I o'lited fpolm tih'ts' of
Iilli1t1in as It Is to coni' 'y 11) ade(iutI
of the it.t'nsity of my suffer"ilig t"foro
. your medlelne: suflelent io say. I 1ban.t
Ac aill other remeiles anid contlnu'd t he usoe1
it' Extract, of Stillingia, Unti i1 e lin say
"I n111 curel of all pain," or 111 idl.ses
nothing to o bstruct the active pursuit, of
,rnfession. More t ihall eight no Iths havo
ied slnce this remarkibto curt', it'ithoit
return of t hIe disease.
I t' truth of tihe at'e statemetiltt, I refer
ly genlt 0lal in Bhartow Coltty, (la., and
u membe s of t he bar of Cherokee Circuit,
are ac(luninted withl tme. I shall Over
tn, 11wit h tihe deepest grC1I lule,
Your ube(t'l'lit, ser atnt,
J. C. BIANSON, AWt'y. at Law.
W1ST 'OITm, dGA., Sept. 10, 1ST6.
NTM'Ny (taughter was token on the 25th
[l' .11tie, tna, \With what-i ts shtppnscd to bo
e lthcut;mtiSm1, andl was I-retld for, Ii
with r: tlees. In March, followint;
':; of honet' 1:4,galJ t i'ork out of the rigt
aint elllicd 1o appear 1ill all f1he bono
I he elbow In Ihe sheilder Joint Caie out,.
Y pItes of bone cIm' Out hf right fool. al(t
'I te n.e ws: then pronolnced Ol3n ti
e Swellitg. After hPavin been contined
six yearb to lher bi'd. atll t.he caeu5 on..
-ed hupeless, I was iniittl to Iry I)r. l'em
ns's CInPltl Fxt taet. of ttillingin, atit
so well s:titltl with Its effects that I have
In uied I he use of It. 1111111 the pre'sellt.
tI:githter wascoilned to hr bed abott,
'Ar1is bQforts Mihe silt uip Or ('V('en I ll'led over
ohtl, 11h. ;iit n)* sits up all day, and
Pit m.S of her Ilite-has wiikei ncross tho
1. li'r general eit1 1 is now good, and . I
i'e shte will, n. ha' .limbs ,raini strengi I
t'ell. I att.rI t1 e hetr recovery, wit ht ho
ing of God, to the use of your invaluat/i
1Ith gratitude, I amn, yours I i'ily
W.B.LA NTON. t
VEST POINT, Ga., Sept. il, 1870.
NTS :-h" above certtith-';te of 11'. W. It.
ton we know ai( 'crttfy to as being true.
l1hit1g is so ; hundreds of fie most, respect,
izens will certify to it,. As ntch referetL d
be given as mny he reqluired.
Yourls I I'uly,
PIIA W I Olil)fi WAIE1R, Druggists.
10N. IH D.11 ILLIA3IS.
* 11. Pil IIERt'1ON'S I'Li,LTNOIA is pre
i b: A ". 11 FititELl, & CO., 'hiha., Pa.
4I by ali I)rug rsst In Si Io bottles, or sent
', es . Agents wanted to canvass cvcr..
ul for Book-'-"tirio's Story"-fre"e to nil.
vines ::ent to poor people payable in instill
For Scrofula, and all
scrofulous diseases, Erysi'
. pelas, Rose. or St. Antha.u
nly's Fire, Eruptions and
LEruptive diseases of tho
- kin, Ulcerations of the
Liver,. Stomach, Kidneys,
Lungs, 1Pimples, Pustulesl
SB oile, Blotches, Tumors,
TIetter, Sail, Rheun, Scald
IIead, Rinlgwormn, Ulcers1
~s, 1theunmatismn, Ncuralgia, Pain in
Bones, Side and Ilead, Femialo
tkness, Ster'il ity, Leuicorrihoa, arising~
1 initernal ulce'rationl, anid Uterine
ase, Syphilitic and Mercurial disa
s, D)ropsh~' Dyspepsia, Emaciation,
oral Debility, and for Purifying thd
his Sar'saparilla is a comb)ination of
stable alteratives--Stillingia, Man
:e, Yellow Dock-with the Iodided
'otassiumn and Iron, and is the most
aiciotus medicine yet known fo'
diseases it is intended to enire.
Its ingredients are so skilfiully com--n
d, that the full alterative effect- of
is assuired, anid Wyhile it is so mild
y be harbidesa ev'en to children, it is
so effectual as to purge out from the
em those impturities and corruptions
iih develop into loathlsomne disease.
lie rep)utation it enjoys is derived
1 its cures, and tihe confidence which
ninent physicians all over the coun-r
'epose in it, ptovo their experience
nrtificates attesting its virtues have
miulated, and are constantly being
ived, and as many of these cases are
licly known, they furnish convincing
once of the superiority of this Sar-'
rilla over every other alterative ~
icmne. So generally is its superi"
e' to auf~ othe1' medicmne known, that.
ced do no more than to assatre the
lie that the best qulalitics it has evet
eased are strictly maintained.
i. C. AYER & CO., Lowetl, Mas*,v
'Vra*ctia and An lytLijcai O1hemdats.
5D l1" ALL DRUJOolsTs EvBftYWHERfl
'f6 A o in,3your own town, and no
)0ess a trIal wvliout,s pnsjl. The1fest Op -
maIty Ov' of redtfo those wilting o'
.YOU should try not,hIn elso uintlif Fl
we Offer. No roofa to explaIn hero. Yous
levoto all youpr time or oi.ly your spare'
to the bu8l'sin andl make great py for'
yhour' that, you wvork. Woemen make as1
atsme~ Be ltd for specIal private terms
par.k rs.hich we mail free. $5 otit
Don~ Comiplaini of hard tlm'os tlo you1
suceh a chiance. Addrossq
HI. IIA L LETT' & 00.. Portland, Maine,
OBERTSON,.TAYLOR & 00.,.
EO, WV. 'WILLIAMS'& CO.
on' Factors, WVholoaalo Grocers anti
General Commi4ssIia Merchant
1 3 IJAYNE STIiEET',
Ill give' all busilnese their mont carbful
ition. Consignnments of cotton so
RIE Stoe- formerly coupled by so'.
ET hiladelphia )~ier Beer~
freeh$ery flg a HA
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