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TUESDAY, DpopAber 2, 1 : 1- I37.
THiurs olv Tim NEWS AND ERAIL.D.
-:1-.weekly e4.Jtp9a, four lilar per
annum, ii..advaico; weekly' editIon,
two lA)Jlttil'.411 :lfty. Cguts per a-lf in,
i mai'vane,..LiberaT d9ept4tt, clubs
fifle anid utifiOs.
RA'Ties d'iAtvmwrta!(;.-.One dollar
P(r inch for the first insertion, pad
Q-)y cents per Inch for each subscm eit
i sert soi. Theose ratesqapply to -il ad
veglismetits, ofhtvr.ato re, anld
al'eipayabIp sbigat in.advawre., Con
M pqopd1 onl ,yery; lberl, termsi. Tra-111
914:t 16tpal -nOte felt, 00 to per
line for i'n'erite seven
dnd oneb allf.o we'sqe i fr ach
0 spe pept in 9. Aj. ' fes and
e. ts Sim languIpeombenits or
mAirr1age anti. . the pablislhd free o
char o, ail solioJteg.
Ac eqmmunicatidus, ot i'hatsoever
X1Utt re, ab.oiW be add 'esd to tho
Minist oro 1 hin Company'
$1 mons--Johin J. Neil, Attorney.
We extend heapty 'conrat'ulatiols
4d bpnt wishes to the' bri'As an1
idt~se , i6 \Vet'O united 'in )nat
hbonylaadvdek May theIr. kappi
ness be unalloyed.
Wimlsboro still contiWe to be. (g.
its location the best cotton niarket in
the-State, the pricevs g iven leaving a loss
- \nth on New Yors than it costs to
caRry cotton to.tIat phque.
The peculiar adaptation of Dr.
.Buill's CoughSyrup to so malny phases
pf throat Mnd bronchje diseases has
rendered this reinedy immensely popu
ar, Sold overywhere. Prile'A 25 cents
- a bottle. .*.
.Owing to the meeting of Syno. it,
10o0k ,11111, the Presbyterian Churchi
Wa8 closOC) oil Snlay. t h4ad bOen
hoped that the Rev. Dr. Brackett
would be down to preach tq i old
congregation, but ho was unable to
'i'-AX No-rin.-The tino for the col
! etion of tOwn taxes hai been extend
ed to the fifteenth of December, inclu
sqyeriafter, which executions will issqq
jgainst all delinquents. The police
will be furnished witl4 lists of all per
gons hetween the agge (%f sixteen and
fifty-five liable to street tax, and are
outhorized to collect the same.
Dn'ruIs.-Miss Nancy Cathcart died'
jq Wiiga ojo on Frlday night at the
g o ~eighty-one years after a ling
ering illness. She had well fultillo.d
her mission on carth and passed away
in the hope of blessed immortality.
4Ier remains wero.intorred in the AS
sociate Reformed Centeary.
Qi the same night i4Irs. Lafayette
Potect died. She ias a lrember of the
Presbyterian Church and 'vs liighly
respeted1 and esteaeed for her worh.
Shel iyts byried in thec Presbyter'an
r NEnNATI4)NA L P'os'r '. C Ans.-Trhe
Pst, OIlliio Departmnact' has ado atr
rangemnents to lahce upona sale on~ the
13,t of Diecembaler the iterawaional pos
tal'eards. Thecir prikc is two cenots,
tOmai pot'fie' m any countr iy widh is
a membner'. of th l'o~1:al Unaio)n. Tihe
respiects are t'imihir to the cards nowv in
101use. The~p~ revnue1 dcaeived from
the sale of these cardjs forms a part of
the postal revennes of this .counatry.
* 'he hitest reports from variou~s ogc~ers
utdicate that about twice as irhiny pos
tal cards ar.e railed to foreig e otgn
ties from the United States as come
from abroad. .Hitherto the sen~ep of
p, postal card to a foreign country has
been under the necessity of affixing an
additional one cent stamp.
' LIFE ANTI CQRREPEQNDEOIGE OF CAL
IIQUN.-ThI eegi[/t8,', a few days ago,
* suggested that Mr. Crowley, of Vir
~inta, b,e requested to completo the life
ofCatholln. We Myo the Information
that Mr. Crowley died before the wan,
and that during the wa~ trunk con
taining papers and mangasodpts reogtIig
$o Mr. Calhoun, was at thQ request of
Mr. Calhoun's relatives, intrusted to
e care of Mr. Rtobt. N. Gouhdin of
Charlestoni.: Several years ago, the
trunk was by, him delivered to Ccl.
Fames H. Iiich of Wiansboro, with a
g'qest from Mr. Calhoitn's relatives
o's'~ qame suita)}'e gentleman so
d' to get 'as biographer. Col.,1Blofe
intrusted the task tq the HonrR. Mi.
T.4Tunter of Virginia. - The work will
be entitled the Life and Correspon-.
dence of John .C. Calhoun, and will
embrace two volumes, one ogf which~
parrady been co mpleted.
Colonel Rlion has also in his posses
aIon etn autobiography of the Hon.
William C. ?reston, comipleted by him
shortly before hIs death. Both these
work itelhhed, Wotikibe of great
Mrs. M. E. Br i4 the wi yeenty
1isited Winnnboro in the Juteregt qf
A p'tie Virole, thus kindly 4peeks
of thie pgple; -
We. alriyed at thia .sc at- qge
%'elgok a. m. from Colun aand st.
me tteWinnslhoo , kent y l
Mrs.Browantas ~hs was our fomne
hyear otroisE wp e called1
* sq~of~e~~gne, d we
syly J } tea
and- found many wlvIo still renembnred
our husiblid alid veunerable l'a4tl-in
law. (eIntleimion, -Allow us t' thank
you for the kindness and courtesy yoi
exteided, through your respect tor
tkhors, and we hope in after days,
AVlhen wO shl stop in, yoi thriving
tawn, that we may be appreciated for
our humblo mideavor to in ilithin our
solves and build up our papei- , an. d we
Crust to receie some arl,i ojs fr'oh your
tOwnii lit aul CarlV daV. The o0'ject of
the Ifome filrel belCig to build up a
Iavo L'oy hAte.ature in the South. for
lioi eitorpriee, and when we ask you
ircr Il sIcriptionl, we. caln assuli'd'you,
the request is soirethiitg for mniore thanl
one perso.nal supmport, zaid When the
reply cle.S "tJ1at, yIt 'take so qian*y
literiary pa)ers . and nngitzkincs that
yOu leSd nohthing Inore," we fIel a lit
tje 1is$helarteled, and vonder i(Sout ih
on einterprise will over supe6,O'l When
Sputhern parties of ability (10 not try
to foster theimi ud imk. . then what
they should; but althotli o1'then- lis
heartoned we do Iot 1es1nir, and we
Qan truthfully Ssig. wc have at paper
Ihat hasi a cicifatlon in et'ily every.
town in South Cargn1Am. " .is our bI
tention to Poo up our' work, trust
ing time will find us a beautiftully il
lustrated weekly, filled with the chmoic
eat of matter written by Southiern peo
pl; but excuse our dreamn.-We wor
shijpped at the Presbyterlan Church on
Sunday anid fou,14 y9ey litle chang'e in
(l\9 houselhe venerable iniinister,
Rev. Mr. Boggs, no longer speaks
from the Holv Work. kk.v. Mr. Partt.
nlow preaphes the 6sandi doctrine fromia
the same Book,'and strives earnestly to
aukindle a love for "the Kingdoin."
He 'has a lN~e eqngregtion. On
Monday we fniAhed our busnes$. visit
and ar Il much 0611gdd for tile "cncour
nlgement received, and also return
thanks for papers received flon Mr.
Groeschel, and the conveyamce placed
Ii osw dsposal by Mr. Walk&r, who
keeps good stock. We failed to see
two or three parties who we think
would have cheernfilly added their
iames. We trust sonc of our friends
miayi speak for us, and that. they -may
yec(lmo stbspribers tothe Home (Oir
AN EX- TRtE4 S URRE 8 UED.
kccovq}'on an 9fullia Boy fo r Ejcess of
At few dautyse ago , in. the Cot'u of
Cointpoij 1ieas was tried the case of
the State of South Cardlhia. vs. C. H.
Baldwin, late countf treasurer, W. T.
Dullio and J. 11'. Kinard. This wats
an aci'nii uponthe official bond of the
bounty treasuror'6f ichland itv.
The complaint alleged that tlid n-il.
anit, U. 11., Bal4wi, was appointed
county treasitier on Fe1bruary 1, 1871,
anid qualiid .u such, and th1d. his' co
defndamnts were the suretics upoll his
boid that Its siteh County tVpastirer
Ie was eititld ty receiVe Comnpenlsa
LltoI notcdxLcing $:?,500 Ia year, but
that in hthe year 1071 he retaiined from
the State aid'county taixs colleoted by
him the snt of $Vt10.74 tin excess of
(lie compensaton allo iVed by'laAVdand
conivered the same to his oW -use;
Tle delnidant Bal yin 'admiUtd in'
skja gisvor.that he nad wrotahied the
sum charged in tle.oimja1itt,'bt de-,
nied that the rute war' entitled to
stich sum oruad.right of action onl the
bond. Thle defenise was ha Ilaidwin's
(pinu expired art dhe und~lci oli'o years
trot ebriry 1, ,087 1, ta ji ga~ tilat-l.
leged dIendeau Won adc occe"rnil in'187a6
his tiurcale werc 'iht lboimid. '-f wni
ihcIh< uutged dut behalf of. th ef
ai.S by thei resfm .y of Mr. .ihiitlin
ummt. at. the byegrihimuig of thle .uar 1825
lhe, hitidwini, was. touti by Gov. Moes
that lhe uaaid re-appouinted hiin,. But, thme
doicien114n1.. prodhuced not enqisio Iis
shoing Ii his iealpp)OinSIlme by Mos.x,
agdi tuerei w1L as n rec ru in the .Fx~een
luei .'AL1il .lialdwmaa S.idivt thnt
(Comptr is-escral I lA)e t~id~ enlied
onl .m a' id to.ld him ihi ai t ie ougnt to
ann I ii e 1uinocy in queOshon ini Cecess
of 42,it0u tesipent.Ium, for ime 1% as ei
titled to charge 4 .per cent. etlnmais
s1t)118 on all mioneys collecte~1. Judge
Macikey charged t.im~ jury. that at the
(inte t the .I~tdeliin t Baldl~'s ap1:
)oill~~~tmet hits teureuat of oiice was niot
tLivo years, but was without iitiit. as to
tiiieccording~ t6 the pleasurme ofth
governiort 't4 that there cou'fl t De 'no~
ria plpoilltnmelt utiless there was first
a reoval. That a pulblic oflicer hman
his right to compensautioi incasturedl by
the statute of force ixiing his cOopen
sation duirinig his incunmbef of the
b klee, and thmat If he r~tainsany i1uid6
in excess of' the compensatioq a.llo" ed
by law, such retention of 1:uIlds is ,ani
-unlawfutl conversion of tlie public
ngionuey to 1h18 own use, and that ne
ordert of his Alipprior officer can vary
the county~ treasurer's conitract .with
vh t'eb itoreasing his coin pensa
tion, and ti qoti' order' cannot he't/sd
up, to.fech apgo thp ~onniy teasureni
itis true that- theoat i s only
bound for the term o n o hc
they became sureties of'the~offleer, and
tli lebility tftnlot be t a'ismitted to
ano sier amid dtstr16t' ter e'yt If the
term is not fixed by l1 ',time, It
Is helkl to popt~in whi tb fficer Is
ji'tihesactujal discare fthe'duties of
the office; and If the dnt Bald -
wvin sets up 9 ypityqpoires n th4
the def'alcation ocbq rr during ,h
secoind termi, for 'ih tIie biireties
are not boud, thebutdenu ff proof is
uponi the def i4ant6 e$jtsh the ox.
istonce of suoh secon .eri by prov
Ing his romoval frem ofti lnd his re
'TeCourt stated for t11e 4pfondant
to urge that as tile State of South Caro
lina was a dsft'titor to her ci'dditors,
It would be the duty of the jttry tore
Auso to give a verdict agalinst her dpi
faulting couinty treasurer, wae a prop4
eition which thep Cot~' could not per
ti (pass urnohallenmged into the orbit
~theodaee that it was not sanctiod
tanhat i as "'i ss58!
SoEthdState of South iroltna ig
now unjusady 4 beeted to odium as a
'ffleers have *i~~oriate4t'
usp, and 14av disabled tho .5~Ofrn
(bsdh gnbo'obligations do~a at
d61lr'13 tt)rtoofficer Wo nist
duced 161oh .41 onr' pq
part of S tate ~4rfor o Ia aa
i-easont~ hi idsol ~ f'm u1hty
wobnldi to .~phW w wrong (
jdis b'sne 4tlwuddi~
I after an earnest guinont reqistingq th
liOtion, 0ho ecord w recollmlitle,
to the jury (g the grouid thatt the,
.must, Iltid a coipplete verdiet either foi
or against tho jiltaintifr, and that thi
verdict nmust be for the plaintiff for t
slim cortaib '' should be in the wordi
"WQ 1find'im' the dot'ilidant.s."
JutdYe 'ltackey stated in recommit,
ting t e vOllet to the Juj)y that the%
wero at liberty to find ether for'.plai.
tiff or di'eldini( t and 'thit the cou
would 1101. crltilse 'fheir iction, what
ever it. nmight be. 'VT jury tlien aguil.
retired, and li.a few nioniente return.
ed into court With the toloiIng vor.
dict: "'We find for the la)iintif $3,.
110.074, w thl litterest"," anld tihe jinteres)
Malined I fron November 1, 1878.
T'11 STATl OF SOU'1'II CAR1OIId A,
cJOUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT'QF COMMON PLEAS.
LRobert No \$aIjco Plititagis au
el B. ( 6lonj; t. S. Despurtes & Co. The
Natiounal aink of best vor, Kouth 'Caro
ift, Jopkinsii. Dwight & Co., 11. W.
Fri ell\ d , ''ie Wiznsboro Nationial
3ank, of 'ihnsboro. South Carolina,
George H. MoMasior and Francis Gorig,
as Assignees of the Winnsboro National
Bans , or Winnsboro, outh Carolina, H.
C. Howard, as secretary of the Maryland
Fertiliz.ng andMaiu c! tiring Company
John A." Fraer,"leitrieat J. Martin,
G.eorgo W. .rittt, atruh Catheartl, Fred
erick Copes, its Trustee of Mrs. Sarah
it. C.apes, William A. Milling, and
Georgo 1). M)MItater aid Francis oerig,
as Assigu''& S ramuiel J3. ulowney,
To the Defeedgetst
OU nre hereby sumnmon~ol and to.
gaired to answer the complaint iti
th action, whiohis filed in the offieg of
the Clerk of Coimon Pleas for the said
uunty, and to servoan copy .of your an.
qwer to 6ho said complainat on the sub
icribot atj hie o'co, No. 4. Lw
Range, AVinnsboro, S. C., withi twenty
days atter the service hereof, exliisive of
LtO day ~*o.'ank servieo; and if you fail to
inswer the complaiht'within Lto time
iforesad, the plaintiff in thit action will
tpply to the Coart for the relief demand
ed in the Complaint.
Dated ist Decemiber, 1879.
JNO. J. NEIL,
Piutiff a Attorney.
To the pofendant Samuel B. Clowney:
TAKH uotice that the suArnons in this
ation, Of which the foregoing is a copy,
%as filod in the offico of thie.CArk of tie
Court of Conmmon Pieas, for the County
of Fairfield, in the State of South Caroli
na. on the 1st day of December, 137U.
Dated lst Deeoinber . 3879.
-. JNO. J. NEIL,
L BS. Wheat Bran. for alc
1 ~uO at the Storm of V. H
A inrge lot or the favorite brandi
of Augu'sta Flour.
It is'. Potaitoes, S~uir IiranV Su
or CureHmsi B~reaikfast Bacon
New Mess shbad; Now Mels.Macker
(d, ~Ikinds gf lti:; pyrups anid Mi)
1:lses, OHEAB. 1.OR~ A!ASH. ..
W H.' DONLY,
noy 29. On the Corner.
WaIOLESALE gN RETAIL;
GB00ERIS AND GOMMISSIOI~
No .174 Main St. (White Front
COLTnIA, S, G5
We have Mr. 3. 8. Gladnoy with us.. II
will be- glad to see li of his oldl filende
Give uf a call'bofore prchasing else
where. AUGHTI Y~ MASTIN.
HAVE ENLARGE~D TflWIB 8yQpK 0)
bf aking ii entirely uqnb.egsy fq thel
0pBoz1e$,o goofa of Winze oro fd
M. L. KINARD,
OP'9PLrE the WjiELEH HOUSE,
MIAA. rpelived the *rgs stock of
Clo lihg .at has etu; leen in Coluinbilt,
and, a. selling at
Ftitgant Cheviot and Enulish (Cassituero
St4 mado in the htLOst st-yes. Also, I
11ne line of Soft and Sti'llats. and a well,
seldt-d lio ofi Over CoMp, of Fur 13eav.
erts Ulters4, Keraoys. ani Midtonsq.
Clril and Examine my stok before pur
* 1R. JALES I. KEN-EDY
is with tho a,90. catalli1.mertt, andA
would be pleasod to sui hi''rk$undA when 1
in the city.
Sog,.4- .. , Columbia, S. C.
JUST ARRIVED, ope of the finest as- t
Rortmente of Ldquors in the loro. One
Barrel of Gibson's (elebrated Okl Nectar,
1840; Three Barrels of line old Rye .Whis
key: hit, Old Jmporial Cabinet WVhiskey',
9 y.ears old; 2nd. also, the Aabel Belle, 9
ditto; 3rd, Roanoke Rye, the oldest,18
ditto.' Corn Whiskey of t4? best grades.
North Caikolina Crar,0.Woot d Sour MashI
6 the best grades Also. Wines and Bran,
dies of th c fnost brandas, I havo also a I
fiI, lot of Cigars and Tobacco which I a
Will dis',ose 6f idt4 reasonable pric'es for
cash only. Give me a oatl, and I ivl trent I
you right. Philaiolphia Lager Beer al.
ways on hand from the e.:lebr~atod firm of
Borger and,Engell, You ean fird I m at
all times at the Bar under the Winnsboro
Hotel, next door to D. I. Flnnikon's.
Call and see me. J. CL.ENDINING.
JEANS, JEANS, JEANS.
Kerseys, Casolmeres, 'ete. Finest
assortment we hive ver had in stock,
for sale at bottom prices. Coilo and
RIUNTS ! PIN~TS I! PRINTS!!!I
One hundred and fifty piec.cs of choice
SHOES! SHOES!Il SIOES!!I
A splendid line of Shoes and. Boots.
Persons needing anythig in this.
line wig %gud it i t ~ir advaninge to
inspet oltr' '800ck 1e1oro . prhi'nhsing
T1. F. McMASTER & C0.
00 A month guaranteed. $12 a day at
Shome nade bythe tudustrious,
apitLal not reI tredl; vo wil start, you. Mten,
women, boys aii gis maske licy faster nt,
wou k for usi t.lf an anything eiso. 'lin work
Is l1gh aiyd plasant, ami swflxa anyone 'aft
hsnotice wil tend 11s their a orsse at onc
and sec for t.hemsolves. oostly outilt and ternI3
free. 'Now is the time. 'Those already t. work'
ooI~nu u~I~ , ainoyuo. Address
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY
JAYEES W. LAW.
f4'o She P'ubiJcs
.Why not insuro your property? See
- the cost of a erw diem expense:
Daily opis ~f ipsuring $1,000 at 8 per
oefi er annuni is only 8) .cents.'
At per cent.per annum is qny7o.
- At 1* per cent, per annum it oply 4 c.
Atl1 qreent. porlengua in Qn 2( 0.
.jfi cent. er an l'is onl2 .
pr cent. 1rs is only 1 o
At1 pig gernt fo4 y a on, 1.86'c.
At 1j per cnt. f'or 6y Isehlyi.88 c.
4tper cent, for 5 year ~ ,tl' .
Delling aIn town or oein , deah
ed0, ins~pab,14 t the followl4 jues, vis.:
For ono year per cent..
three years 14 per cent.
Barp and n nt gzietose, bale4
cotton; storehoulte, $nefobandise, mnill
and churches insurable at a 4q 'te rates.
L represent only f9 ver b nt ompa
nies of long expeuIende and well establish.
MAMER W. LAW,
A a A week wl QU fdu
r6s a tout ci
e r - e as
__ tle1a a
It is too soon- to forgot the ravages of thma
t.rt tile dIee 'wbkih will no doub, fotura In
atzmoreixiallw iatt UACIYirtU ot (Orni Ifi,4 WUo a
MRI,/8'l *IPATINE, a reine 'dicov.
ored in Sontheri Nubla and Itdd with suci
wlonlorful resaults III 2p5Pith Ainerlca )vbriI hie
most agravited c:isit or if tr are foWu
(itigorinom on0.to two ounees of bile to'
filtetetl or strained frotl the blood each ttnaim 1
"Ifes through the liver as long a an c1 \'e
vtbl" Oxidst. 11y. it oit-tert al netion onI ti!
Liver antd Stomnh thuel li00 PATINI t nt.i ily pre.
nt td A certalut-y amy kinil tir Fever aind
aek Votit, but al1o ctres Ilmlitach, Consi I
t1ion of the Blowes Dyspopsia and nit
No one neel [ar Yellow Fever who will
'Xptil lie 'Mal-irlat Polsund ind exoH of bile
Iroun the blooit bl t'g bytt/s IlP'ATINI:.
ylitch is so'il by all Ortig!ista it 21 cotit aiti
0.no bottles, or will b" se ty ex pre.4 by th
- . F.MI-1 ki E CO., Plillit., Pa.
Dr. Penhel'ton's % liugja Or Qieen's
CW'TifT report o wivilirfl curos of IRheluma.
N4n, 8etrottilta, Salit (hitoi. 8.3phill.L, Caincer.
J1cers t( ti0 Bo.r i hit conie ron ah, it' of
he ooultry, are In t - Qq r%, nafkata btt sno
qtraculous; ist to b" dOUt-d wi I( not ht tile
iblultinne' of proof.
l1ptablo Curi. of Wrofula &o,
*ABiC (>F COL. J. C. RNANTON.
K o.014TON, 0IA., Soptelstber 16, 1871.
O Nr -Fot' sixteen mars I have beonl a ztI
mliercl fron 4crulfitl'1 In i '1. in'.lift
01 Ills. I lISa t': o f1 je:l t 0 flily room unt
ted for ytoo y%1t1a)t i re'oritlhu.I tilerar.
1op. 'fi'rh nt approveri 's reiedltes for sleti
nac hil hcti iit, ant the i.Mat. eint .nt
)lYsClans colFtultil a, 1Iit-iaiit. Itny dtet.tle-d
erreRVlg Thus tiroarIkedtIu,sratened, de ioncd.
g, 1 was advl;;o!l by )Dr. A)er. of E'ioyd 'oii.
Y. ('I., Ito collmeiece t' twie of yottr Colnliomu dil
xtract. 8tillingla. I m gtig e is as tiFt-rli'it
r, dtesoriblh thl r-lief I o htiniead (1,on the itso o!
he 6t tiltilgia. a It la to coliveV anl atleunte
rle:t of titl ittelt.ity of amy -.uffernl g b''fere
vshimg your incelletio : altilleient to say. I nh au.
loned all otier ru'tedies -, rk( conI I il it use
if .t "ur E)rnet e t ilu, th 1 1 en nsray
ilo "I biU urtoil I pain," or ailt ldis.1 n.r
'itl notliig to obstruct. itl acl ive pitrattI of
ny profession. More thanl eight alionlits have
lapsed slite this reimrkable cure, without
.n return of the disetas.
- Or'the truth of the Abovo tateoieLt.. I refer
0 any gontentleman in Biartov County, oa'., itd
Otho uembe a of go tur Q0 0herekce 'Clrcuit'
ri' arx It imint4' " Ith ine. I shlall ever
emin, wit Ino deepestgratlIt ude,
Youtr obedlait serv ilt.,
J. C. BRlANSON, Att'y. at Law.
W ERT POINT. 0 A., Sept,. M I8.
GFNTs:-t y calt ri:l erwasta kn i the 21.1
.ny of Jutne. 180, wit Ii what. Witlp.) ri to I#
;cite Ih t i*Af andtiwa tren tl -i wr lilt
mine With Ito suctcess. Ili Morei. fvolewi ,.
'eces of hone l'egan to work 'on m' ilie 1''h;
rim, nnl:1 coniniven t o 11ni',111,tl n il the lon
rotT. t,i elbow to 1 ataultter JoIatt meumi ou t.
lalty p4ccms of hon' cinte out. of ri.;ht icos. an
).Ii.e ch ase was theln pr*ioI0lnv('l o(ei l:
htt4 Swellintg. After havit-s been csontined
boutt.glx year t ier bed, an? ti el :C con .
Ittred wiless. wsinducett to I -'v Dr. Vet.
lr'tott18' t0osj)OuTnd Extract- of StililngI. Itu
V1189o Welln Msatfel wit is elfects tIhM I Inve
ontinued tile uise of it lil presi'w nt.
My daughter wias colitild to t'r bed aboth.
ix YOasMN before she sat, uIp or even I rh1el over
1ithotit help. Sie IowI sits a n11 day, mtaI
tows most of her time-iota1nl wkn'cl d a.t otsi ho
'ooin. H er guitIyn th al't 11 uow good. nut1 I
ielley.e she will Asli hot limbs gain strength
valk well. I .atititie lr recovery, N1tit he
loal'ig of Uod, to the tisn of yourii'nviltblc
With grat-itude, I am, yours truly,
W. 11. Jt A'NTON.
WVEST POINT, MI., hO pt. 11, 1870.
(r.NTs :--The Above c'rt lihtale of 'ir. IV. B.
Blait on we i.now and m iI Ify to :as balig trt'.
Plhe I hung I9 so: litimdreels of ithe mist. respet
,i cltizns will ceattil- to it. As iuich roterence
uan be givon as may e rcluired.
CRAWi,7i& W LK R, Druggists.
IRON. 11 D. WILIAINI
Iw" DR. PECMBICTON'S 'TILTINITA is pre
pared by A F. M Ei tIE-L & Co . Phila.,
gold by aill Driiggy.sst in $1.m) bou,1e's, or seit
by expreSB. Agents wanted to citovass every-.
<l f' Rool-"Citriois Story"--free to all.
Meielues 14pZi. toioor' epl'Oh payable in Istal.
N and1 Winter Pit-oetd
aind Brown -Ladiiea' 01nd Gents'' Undor
w Ar aspecia1lj in Gonts' Whitu Shirts
-laudrie ' ad unaundr'ied. Some (
thing'etylish and nobby in Geonts' stiil
NOTIONS 3 NOTIONS! NOTIONS!
Romething htandsomeo in Ladcies' T~cs.
We wouill d cll 8percial aitteonti~'n 'to outr
hiu-goalodk 9f tho 'celebi-tod'13ay State
Nandma'd Screw Boots and Shoes. Gents'
fine and hm'-avy 13oots aind Shoes, for dro a
an~d plantaitionl us0. Ladies', Misses' and
Children's Shoes ini gront variety of 80amos
mak o. Trheso good a a10 w~arl'-cfnted- not fg
rip, and w6 will retnrfa the price paidl for
9ip'p i rot9turzned to us with wood or
paper in the soles.
5Trosh Grocer'ie arriving daily..
J. M. B3EA TY & CO.
WA F. respootfuilly call the Qttentiohi of
VV the public to our noV' loj oj
Goods, and request an inspection of theni
before purehasing Our goode have p
oarefully selectpd, bod ht at botto
p 98~t, 'gtnd Will be sold a low as, they
Q bo boug~ht from any body anywher'e,
We wouldi call the attep in of the
ladies to our li. qf Ojoaks, ress goodu,
Fanep Goods,' sfery,' etc. 'A very pre'
tyassortmsertit Ties and other look
Our GenIal oods departnien~t is com
plete in oeory thing..
In yeavoods, supb~ aJelns, KerSOyfl,
Ars full u1P, at $Ji twest prices.
69058! SHOES!! SHOES!!!
Come and emnine our .Shps laofre
buying. Call do Wse our etook, 'p4we
'wil ponavinoe yu that we poll go as
cheap as anybody. ,'
A''We are agp fr 3. & P. Ceat&'
SpopI Co an ing Uf sO 4 Co.'s
McMA8TERI, I3RICF & CO.
fltE #ftd ~ntd bsleave ti nformt
his o era publ ~ 1.f
ally -lie ~ para4 giv - gj' e
al 11 ay fa ,hj wlY hi
Sc'on inv- stook of fuiiii tut, 'hc
newo''t, and cheaett., itevrding Ilo qt
?low Rupply of Ohir6lbos, Pict-11ro Fran~
Linvi.,or Hild Lui~hs fpr 131110. TI ai
ji'ictoxy. AU orderk promptl)EIy 1ttclijtp
%Viison~ NONV Tillprovoil 8owing 111tobil
(AAE1Ml(1E A. C 'LAURK,)
.A 110 BMADWAV, NEWult YOi~r.
amew mmmm -
9 nno of the r t g
Ilil -. to be found,1i, :'iabpmo i.A
t0a, Viall Pockets,.-Braokete,. WMigg
ly repaired at modortto pd$cogs
agent for a Door, Sash a .y.in
d to. Also,.agent fur the Wheeal,
o,_ and two others.
B. W. PMLLIPS
scrofuloutt di'e a
pelas, ltose,' f
u's 'Fire, Er
Eruptive diseapp t
skiln. Ulcerations o i
Liver, StomnaI, Ki
Lungs, qiles. ui)e;
Boils, Boce~~. s
Totter,'$lt erhe ,
Sores, ltheiumatiim, Neuralgia, Tar
from internal ul orbt 6I 3terino
disease, 8yphilltio al le'rA al 'diA
ses, Dropsy,lDysgeria,'' ~tiktion,
General Pe.Piliy, ad'fIbiIjOi
This Sarsaparilla is a ogai n 9
vegetable alterative - $tl11111 a, blan
drake, Yellow D6&k-with Ile odlde
bf Potassium and lhon, pnd ja the :noa
oflicacious mnedicino yet lkap'o
the diseasces it is intended to oute.
Its ingrediet4a iwo so skilfully com~
bined that the full alterative egTect. o8
each Is asured, and while it is so mild
as to be harmless even to children, it la
still so effectual as to purge out ?rport the
systemn those imnpui-ities and cbrr'uptione
wvhich develop into! oathsorne disease.
The reputation it enjoy's is dlerited!
fronm its cureis, and the confidence which
prominent .ph,sicians all over the coun
try repose in i9, proyo their ezreeriendo
of it9 usefulness.
"Certiificates attesting its virtues haya
accumulated, and are constantly being
received, niid as many of these cases are
publicly known, they furinish convincinig
evidence of the stdperiority of this Sr
saparilla ever every other alterative
medicine. So geherally Is' its superi
ority to any, other medicine known, that
we need do no more than to assuro the
public that the best qualities it has o'eg
possessed are strictly maintained.
Dr. J. C, AVER & CQ., Lowell, Mass,
IPraeucai and Anatunt~eas Chomiste.
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firet .laes workmen, ko q. ad ind
work in bla like. q}
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and bound in any style desired.
My facilities and long apquaintoo with
the buinnees enable me to g~ie
gaoti 4taot ion on "orderdi -
Clerks of Cour, b lrffs bt
Masters in E - 4
e1l1s. Baal ht4 M i~wib
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ordgra. promptly a d:t.~ 4I~
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