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TOWN AND COUNTY.
NATTIftbAY, January ;10. : : : 1580.
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tisoments. Simple announcements o
marriages and deaths published free o
charge, and solicited.
All,communications, of whatsoever
nature, should be - addressed to the
Winnsboro Publishing "Companys
Winnsboro, S. C.
Sheriff's Sales-Jno. B. Davis, S.
Cotton sold yesterday at 12 cents.
WAGONS.-U. G. Desportes & Co.
have just received a car-load of Avery
Wagons, which will be sold at prices
to compete with Columbia. *18-1mno
Major T. W. Woodward, while rid
iug along the road near his residence
last week, saw three pure white swanis.
This is something rather rare for this
The Crooked Run Grange was or"
ganized on Saturday, with a good
membership. A full complement of
officers was elected, but our informant
was unable to furnish us with their
The proof of the value of any artiele.
is its popular use and the testimony in
its favor. The sale of Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup is immense and the
testintony voluminous. *
Mad dogs are are said to be "going
it" again in the Cedar Creek neigh
borhood. Dr. Thomas Iroonme and
Mr. Charles Bi'oome have .had to kill
all their*ibgs oi account of this hfydro
The ticket oi9ice reveals the fact that
there has not been a half ticket on the
railroad sold from Winusboro to
-Simpson's Turnout since 1867. The
pile of tickets issued in that year has
The.Rey. A. M. Chreitzberg, the
newly-iafjiinted Presiding Ekdci for
the Columbia District, made his first
visitation to the Methodist church on
Sunday-preaching in the morning and
at night. Mr. Chreltzberg is an earnest
and able preacher, and we' doubt not
will do good service in the holy cause
in whjich he so faithf\ully labors.
The Supreme Court has rendered its
decisiQn.ini the caso of Mary T. Phuin
ney, Respondent, vs. William John
ston, Appellant. T(ie judgmetnt of the
Circuit Court is affirmed and the appeal
is dismissed. This decision establishes
- Mrs. Phiuney's right of dowver in the
lot on which now stand the
stores occupied by Mesars, Good.ing &
Elliott.and Dr':Y. E.,Allien..
Messrs. Connor & Chandler' are thie
agents for- the sale of the Banner Lamp
Burner, with White's Extinuguisher.
The burner has no special features,
but the extinguisher will be found a
very useful attachment. Upon01 t.urn
ing the lamp oyer, or upon its falhling,
the extinguisier plromptly does its
wvork, and there is no - dL.nger of ex
plosion. Messrs. Connor & Chandler
sell the buirners with the extinguisher
attachment at the same price usually
asked for the burner alone.
THE LOCAL T Ax.-The Acts of the
Legislature have nlot beeni published.
Mr. Gaillard informs us that by. a pe
titionofcitizens,thie whole of Township
*One has been constituted, a district
with power to levy a local tax. The
Legislature directed the county board of
examiners to lay off a district not ex
ceeding five miles square, with Monti
cello as the centre. On the written ap
plication of three 6lizens, the trustees
are to call a meeting aiter ten days
notice, posted lii three conspicuous
places, of all proper ty-holding citizAens
in the district to consider the question
of a tax. The levy made must be cer
tified to inwvritingr by the president of
the meeting and sent to the auditor,
and ho shall placee the tax on the books.
The Act, we ur derstand, provides for a
tax for the year. So neo time is'to be
lost in making the levy. The exam
iners will lay off the Monticello dis
trict as soon as they receive the re
A FATui:E SnOOTS His SoN-It was
annonnced on Friday morning that
one of the soli 'of 01lier C. Ross and
a Miss Painter would be married that
*nighek The father said if they did, ho
would kill his sonc, and prepared for
the occasion, with a sitooting-iron.
The marriage took place. Ross hoard
of it; and It was reported to the broth
er ofthe yngtried man that the
fatherened his trunk, and 'was
cntting his Jthes5 to pieces. Accord
ingly, the single lIoner, and a young
*Mr. Knlght, repaired to old. Ross' to
see after matters-went up stairs, and
was followed by the fathet', who. gath
ered his sdn by the' arm andlfled away,
tihe 11all '-enteing jn'st lover' and
above tife loft bredet, and'pas.ius
round the fokirth., rib, and is iodgi
baomeWhoie undet' the loft shonldor
bld, thus preventing an entrance into
the' onge, whIvh, no .doubt woiuld
have been immediately fatai. Drs.
Berry an&4 Qlgni tened, examined
and d ss.gi weid Ol Rtos.ie
on the eout Ti. *f.t4oo pace- ott
the factory hili In thte city at nine
o'clock at n i ,..t~eenvdeNotesa
A QUBIER BOY'S QULER LI.Z TEBC.
A "Solon" of a (tood Stock Who is Strong for
From the Charleston News and Cour'er.
Toco GA., Jan. 1.-Sonie time ago
you said in your paper that there were
four .Words in the English language
ending in cion.'three of which were
"scion, suspicion and coercion," and
you asked for the fburth. I
accidentally found It (the fourth) in a
French dictionary the other day. My
uncle says you can ind it.in "Walkcr,'
page 27>. "internecion" it is. I don't
send you my name for fear I may be
harassed by snilar querries, and I re
ally have no time to attend to them.
I am only 10 years old and have a great
deal .to do. I like your weekly -News
very much. I wisi you would tell
Mr. Gary to keep his hands off Iallp
ton. We are taught to love him In
Georgia. If he don't, I will try to
show him what "interiecion" means.
Of course that is not my rcal name,
for I'm a boy. My uncle gave it to
in and said you would know its
meaning. Good-bye and take care of
lampiton and yourself. Happy New
A SCANDAL IN EDG(FIELD.-A cor
respondent of the Atlanta Constitu
tion., writing from Trenton, Edgefleld
county, says: "On Thursdav Oscar
Foy, a man who has been employed on
the plantation of the widow Vaughan,
in this county, made a coifesslon, in
which lie states that he and Mrs. Vaug
han poisoned with strychnine the hus
band of the latter, who died suddenly
about a year ago: The deceased was
one of the wealthiest planters in this
community and stood high in society.
His widow was young and charming.
After the death of Vaughan, Foy man
aged the plantation for the widow and
became very attentive to her. In the
cointessionl of Feoy he states that he
bought the poison in Augusta Ga., and
gives the name of the druggist. lie
savs it was adminiistered in whiskey
by Mrs. Vaughan. Foy confesses to
having been criminally intimate with
Mrs. Vaughan and says the object, of
the poisoning was to get Vaughan out
of the way in order that Foy might
marry the widow. A doctor was unot
sent for until Vaughan was dead, and
he pronounced the (leath the effect of
heavy drinking. Foy was to have
gone to Florida and to return to marry
Mrs. Vaughan. Those to whom he
confessed refused to take any steps in
the matter, and he begged to be arrest
ed. .Foy left a few days after and has
not been since hearcl from. Mrs.
Vaughan denies the truth of the con
fession, and says Fov quarreled with
her and trumped up the story for re
venge. No arrests have been made.
.The ailtir has. created a profound son
sationi in this section of the State."
To TIn ToP OF MT. VESUVIUS n
RAIL.-The railway for the ascent of
Vesuvius is now finisied. It is 900
meters in length, and will enable tour
ists to ascend by it to the edge of the
crater.' -The line has been constructed
with great care upon a solid pavement,
and it is believed to be perfectly so
cure from all incursions of lava. The
mode of traction is by two steel ropes
put in movement by a steam engine
at the foot of the cone. The wheels of
the carriage are so mnade as to be free
from any daniger of leaving the rails,
bieside which each carriage is furnished
with an cxceedingly powerful auto
matic brake, whichi, should thme rope
by aniy chance .break, will stop the
train almost inst an taneously. One of
the chief difliculties of the undertaking
was the waiter supply, but that has
been obviated by the formation of two
very large reservoirs, one at the sta
tionm, the other near the obser.vatory.
-The railway monopolists are be
ginning to believe that -Congress is in
earniest.2abouit passing the.Reagan bill,
or some uther measure for the regnla
tion of inter-State commerce. Hither
to they have taken very little notice of
the various bills'on tlhis ~ subject that
lilve been hitrodumced and referred to
tihe Coinmmittee on Conimei-ce, but now
they comes forward and ask for a hear
ing.- Their request wvill be granted,
but there is littl.e doubt of the enact
ment of the legislation that is so earn
estly demanded by the agricultural
and commiercial Interests of the coun
CA PTrURE QF A 1 flA LE.-Charleston
had quite an excitement over the chase
and cap)ture of a whale in the harbor
last week. It took about a day, with
much hard work, to capture the crea
tuiro. Thousands of peeple have been
to visit it. It is estiinated that the fish
will yield about eight hundred dollars'
worth of oil. There was a rumor that
another whale was seen off the bar
since the capture-supposed tso be the
mothe~r of the victim-but the report
-"Do amimals have fhn ?" asks some
uniobserving individual. Of course
they do. Wheni a cow switches her
tail across the face of a man who in
milking her, steps along just two yards
and turns to see him pfck up his stool
and follow, she lhas the most amused
oXpression on her face possible, amid if
she can kick over the milk-pail she
(grows positively hilarious.
B Y virtoe of an exeution to mue di
rooted, I will offer for sale, before
the court-house door in Winnsboro, on
the firat Mond(ay in February next, be
twoon the legal hours of sale, to the hig~h
est bidder, for onsh, the following-de
seribed poperty, to wit:
The righttitle and intere::t of W. D.
Jones andR. D. Jones in that piece, par.
.eel or tract of land- lying and situate in
Fairfield county, containing THREED BUN
DnlED AND BIoHTY AcnEs, more or less, and
bounded by lanils of H, W. Desporten,
Mrs. Martha WVoodward and others.
Levied en as the property of W. D. Jones
and R. D. Jones, at the suit of Wylie J.
JOHN B3. DAVIS,
Sheriff's Oflic,,S. F. 0.
Winnsbomro, $. O.,
Jan, 12, 1880.
B Y virtue of an execution to mes
directed, I will offer, for sale, bef ,re
the ootnit- house door ini Vinnsboro, , on
the firdt Mondamy ini February'next, witly
la the legal hours of sale, to the highest
bidder, for cash, the following-desoribed
b M~ty* 50it:
Alt thts* tW lots or parcels of land ly
n nd uli at in the twn of Winnabore,
Levie4 mpoffa tl promt 4 ill jam
I3ce,t theOU~ Of
Messrs. Fditors: Please announce 'i
J. Preston Cooper as a candidate for the
Deuocratio nomination for sheriff at the
coming election (Subject to the deoislon
of the prinary elootion) and oblige many
friends in tho
SOUTHWEsTERN C'ORTION OF TnE COUNTY.
NEW LiLE (111111 DEK
BOOK AND COPY REST.
ONE of the handiest and most popu
lar inventions of modern times. Can
be attached to any arm-chair without
trouble. Price, $3.50, $3.00 and $2.50.
For particulars, address
W. McBRIDE SMITH, A(T.,
ja 10-tf insboro, S. C.
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED AT THE
GEORGIA STATE FAID.
For Cheapness, Simplicity and.
Durability this Sheller stands with
out a rival.
PRIC.E, ONLY $5.00.
R. S. DESPORTES & CO.,
Agents, Ridgeway, S. C.
For Sale by
U. G. DESPORTES,
. Winnsboro, S. C.
COME AND SEE
COllOr & C1alef'S.
FINE Walnut Clocks, Gold and Sil
ver Watches, Jewelry of all descrip
tions, Sterling Si'lver and Platedwaro.
Carvers, Bread, Table and Pocket
Fine China and Glass Tea-Sets.
Pitchers, Preserves, Goblets, Tum
FANCY GOODS :
Vases, Toilet Sets, Mugs, Cups, &c.
Lamps and Lamp Burners which make
accidents impossible. Violins, Bows,
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY
JAI?ES W. LAW.
7 o the Public:;
Why not insure your property? Soe
the cost of a per diem e'xpenae:
Daily eoat of insuring~ $1,000 at 3 per
cent per annum is only 8J cents.
At 2~ per cent. per annum is only 7
At 1t per cent. pocr ann um is only 4 c.
At 1 per cent. per~ annum is only 2}
At per cent. per annum is only 2 c.
At 2per cent for 3 years is only 1.88.
At 14 per cent. for 3 years is only 1.35 c.
At 14 perceent. for 6 years is only 0.880o.
At 2 per cent, for 5 years Is only 1.1 e.
Dwellings in town or country, detach
ed, insurable at the following rates, viz.:
For one year i per cent.
For three years 14 per ent.
For ive years 2} 1per cent.
Barns and contents, gin houses, baled
cotton, steo houses, mercbandise, mills
and churches insurable at adequate rates.
I represent only the very best conmpa
nies of long experience and well establish
JAMES W. LAW,
nov 22-6m Aet
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
,COUNTY OF FAIRFiBLD.
IN THlE COMMION PLEAS.
John L. Black, Adnir. of the Estate of Mar
tha K. Black, Deceased, vs. N. Austin
Black, ot at
PURSUANT to an order of Court, made
inteabove-stated cause, all credi
tors holding claims against the Estate of
Mrs. A ertha K. Black, deeensed, are re
quired to establish them before me on or
before the first day of F?ebruary net.
-C. C. C. P. F. C.
Jan 3-td -
T1 E undersigned begs leave to inform
Lhis customers and the public gener
ally that ho is prepared to give satisfac
tlo to all who may favor him with their
H. 0. HUTCHIESON
will shave you with faeility-outting
dyeing and -aressing in the lai stand
most approved style', with
J. M. MCALL
At the Champion Barber 8ho and Sham
pooing Saloon, Wijn*sboro, . 0.
M R .K, 'ELLIOTT has this da
, ay withdrawn from the lirm of
Mugthews & Co. The undersigned will
continue the Grooce!y business under th)e
'same name and stl as heretofora2
JNO. F. MtATTHERW8, JR.,
J. H. GUMMINGS.
Winnsboro, 5. C,, Jan., 1, 1880.
IN4DIA 1RUBBE1R lEI7T1NG.
15ItV a*zN i oh brte. pl eltin.
ern~.le Roa. Qavap d alat
"r.' 'l w. .'R-' - w. -r. . H ..w a"w r . - ,._ - w _ .-- .
CuIlSTM A S
And I am preparod to sell you all
the nice things you want for the lloli
days, such as. Apples Oranges, Cocoa.
nuts, Citron, 'resse( Figs, Currants;
Iaisins in Boxes, half and gluarters.
Almonds, Walinuts, Vecans, lirazils
French M xed, Cocoanut, Strips,
Wilson's Corned Beef, Salmon and
Sardines, Lobsters, and Oysters, Pine'
Apple and Peaches, Potted Meats of
Sky Rockets, Cannon Crackers,
Roman Candles, Torpedoes, etc.
Give me a call.
W Il. DONLY,
dec 18 On the Corner.
- - --
Mince Meat, Famous New Eng,
land Brand Apple Butter-very fine
-Ginger Preserves, Leo & Perrin's
Worcestershire Sauce, Baldwin's
Tomato Catsup, Cooper's Gelatine,
Wilson's Corned Beof,in 2 lb. Cans.
OAT MEAL, PURE AND FRESH.
A new lot of Cassitneres, Jeans,
Ladies' and Gents' Shoes.
Clothing, Hats, White Goods,
Domestic Homespun, Drills, etc.
It will pay you to call on us be
J. F. MaMASTEI & CO.
CH R IS TMS
ULL STOCK of theochoicest and'
most varied assortment of Goods
for the Holidays.
We invite the public's attention
particulaily to our
50 CENTS KID GLOVES.
These are extra cheap and 'worth
an early inspection.
Ladies' Silk Scarfs and Ties, Ladies'
Harndkerchiefs in Boxes at the very
dec 13 ___
Buy Notions, White Goods, Hosiery
and Onlicoes at the corner store of ,1.
M. Beaty & Co..
J. Mt. Beaty & Co. are selling Cloth
ing, Hats, Ruibber Suits and Shoes at
lowest cash prices.
Remember J. M. Beaty & Co. make
a sp)ecialty of the Bay State Standard
Screw Shoes, at the store on the corner.
A nice stock of good Laundried and
Unlaundried Shirts, Collars, Neck wear
&c., at J. M. Beaty & Co.'s corner
Elegant Cashmeres, Momie Cloths,
Worsted, Alpacas, Dress Linings,
Criune, &c., at J. MI. Beaty & Co..'s
You will find Bleached Goods, Sea
Island Goods, Domestics, Tickings,
Kereys and Jeans at the corner store
of J. M. Beaty & Co.
Groceries of all kinds, Candy, Crack
ers, Tobacco, Crockery Woodenware,
Plows, Cutlery, Shot, Powder, etc..
alwayq in stock at the corner store of
J. M.Beaty_& Co.
. JUST ARRfVED one of the finest as
fortments of Liquors in the Boro. One
Barrel of Gibson' Celebrated Old Nectar,
1840; Three Barrels of line old yeWhis
key: 1st, Old Imperial (iabinetWbisky
9 years old' 2nd, also the Mabel 1dl
ditto; 3rd, ionoke Uy,the oldest 18
ditto. Corn Whisket o th b'est .rds
North Carolina Corn,8Sweet and SonrMs~
of the best grades. Ahso, Wines and Bran,
dies of th e finest brands.. I have also a
fihi' lot of Cigars and Tobacco .which I
will diJ.>ose of at reasonable prien .o
cas a i .Ge rne a call, and willte t
yo, right. 'hild tpha Laer BJeer .
wason haid froniOeojqb M ftr~
Dger and Eng 11. Yem a
all mines at the ar unide i:dm a
1next door toD.,
A SPfhY o beautiftil oteai
? O e aEJst arri,edt rv~
THE FRIEND OF ALL
"I had no .appetite; Holloway's Pill
vo me a hearty one."
"Your Pills are marvelous."
"I send for another box, and keep them
"Dr. Holloway lias'cured my headache
that was chlronic.
"1 gave one of your Pills to my banb
for cholera morbus. Tue dear little
thing got well in a day."
"Iy nausea of a morning is now
"Your box of Hollowav's Ointment
cured me of noIsWs in the head. I
rubbed some of your Ointment behind
the ears and the tnoiae has left."
"Send me two boxes; I want one for a
"I enclose a dollar; your price is 25
cents, but the medicine to me is worth a
"Send lne five boxes of your Pills."
"Let me have throc 'boxes of yom
Pills by return mail, for chills and
I have over 200 such testimonials as
these, but want of space- ooinpels me to
Fon CUTANEOUS DISORDERS,
And all eruptions of the skin, this Oint
ment is most invaluable. It does not
heal externally alone, but penetrates
with the most searching effects to the
very rcot of evil.
11 OLLO WA Y'S OINTIENT.
Possessed of this remedy, every men
may be own doctor. It may be rubbed
into the system, so as to reach any in
ternal complaint; by these means, cures
sores or ulcers in the throat stomach,
liver, spine or other parts. It is an in
fallible remedy for bad legs, bad breasts,
contracted or stiff joints, gout, rhouma
tism and all skin diseases,
IMPORTANT CAUTION.-None are genuine tin.
less the signature of J. 11AYvUOtls, as agent for
the United States surrounds each box of I'ills
and Ciutment. Doxes at ss cent, as cents, and
fr" There is cor,siderable saving by taking
the large: sizes. HOLLOWAY & CO.,
feb 15-1y New York.
W E respectfully call the attention of
the public to our new lot of
Goods, and req,uest an inspection of them
before purchasing Our goods have been
carefully selected, bought at bottom
prices, and will be sold as low as they
can be bought from anybody anywhere.
We would call the attention of the
'adios to our line of Cloaks, Dress goods,
Fancy. Goods, Hosiery, etc. A very prot
ty assortment of Tics and other Neck
Goods. Laces, Edgings, Frillings, etc. in
Our Gents' Goods department is com
plote in every thing.
. In heavy goods, such as Jeans, Kerseys,
10lannels, Homespuns, Blankets, &c., w:
are full up, at the lowest prices.
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!!!
Come and examine our Shoes before
buying. Call and see our stock, and we
will convince you that we sell goods as
cheap as anybody.
f'1 We are agents for 3. & P. Coata'
Spool Cotton, and Belding Bros. & Co.'s
Spool Silk-New York Prices.
ot McMASTER, BRICE & CO.
OLD "CAVE" CORN
This is the simon pure article,
seized and sold by the U nited States
Govern imnt. The regular "moon -
U. G. DESP'ORTES.
Seuppernong Wino at 81.60 per
gallon. Delightful for Xmas.
U. G. DESPORTES.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Saddles,
Bridles and Harness.
Call and examine my stock before
purchasing elsewhere. Satisfaction
$$ c Laris You cann gvedt
bisiness a eral without expense. The betop
portunity ever offered fo'r those willing
work. You should try nQthing else uinti yo
see for yourself what you can do at, the buist.
ness we offer. No room to explain here. Youi
can devote all yor time or or.ly your spare
time to the busIness, and mao great pay for
every hour that you work. omen make as
muh as men. Sed for special prite terms
and particulars, which we mall free, outfit
tree. Don't complain of hard times Wto youi
have stich a ch ance. Address
H HALEBTT & Co.. rortland, Maine,
han th amont~ Std atbove.,N one an fail
o make m oney fat. Any one can do the work,
You can make from 50 ets. to $9 an hour by do.
voting your evenings and sare time tothe
butsiness. Noihing like it fr mone making
ever offered before. B3usineelesnt anc
strictly honorable. Rteader,t u want te
know all about the best p aigbsiness betor
the puli send us your adesand we will
sedyou lull particulars a d rvtote.
free- samples worth $5also . ~yotcan tOU
G R 5TNSO 0P. Poun, Mo,
Soon my stockjno rniture, which
newest, and cheapest, according to qi
new supply of Chroinos, t'icturo Fran
Shades, Mirrors, &c. Furniture neat
Lumber and Llths for sale. I am
Factory. All order promptly ottonde
Wilson New Improved Sowing Machii
Re F ARHY
WiT'lLS 0N S EWIy
in workmanship is egnal to a Chronot
ed as a first-class Piano. It received
and Centennial Expositior s. IT SEr
other machines. Its capacity is unlim
MACHINES sold in the United Statot
others. ' The WILSON MENDING A
of repairing,,WITHOUT PATCHINll
NE.} WILSON SEW
TR A DE
GEORGE A. OILARK,
400 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
The distinctive features of this spool
cotten are that it is madle from the very
SEA ISLAND COTTON.
It is finished soft as the cotton from
which it is mn':In; it, has no wvaxing or
artificial finish to deceive the eyes; it is
the strongest, smoothest and most clastic
uiowign thread in the market; for machine
sowing it has no equal; it is wound en
W HI TE S PO OLS8.
The -Black is the most
J ET B LA*C K
ever produced in spool cotton, being
dyed bya system patented by ourselves,
The oAors are dyed by the
NEW ANILINE PROCONSS
rendering them so perfect and brillhant
that dress-makers everywhere uso themi
instead of sewing slks.
A Gold Medali was awarded thisi spool
cotton at Paris, lf)78, for "great strength''
and "geneoral excellence" being the high
est award given for spool cotton.
We invite comparison and respectfully
ask ladies to give it a fair trial and con
vince themselves of Its superiority over
To be had at wholesale and retail of
J. 0. B3OAG.
EIGHT Barrels, New Crop New
A Fine Lot of Sugars-all grades.
Jackson's Bost Family Flour.
Consisting in art of Idnie and
Horse Shoes, Na, 'Trae Chains,
; Ret Rust Proof Qa, 1r ek
Cheese and fagaroni ~P a ~.'
riand Oitron,Q'Z PX
is one of the largot, handsomest
tality, to be found in Winnsboro. A
aeu, Vall Pockotp, Brackets, Window
ly repaired at moderate prices.
agent for a Door, Sash and Blii
d to. Also, agent for the Wheele
o,anid two others.
R. W. PHILLIPS.
OES10TA I E
30 UNION SQUARE
MASS. NEW-YORK CITY. *
noter Watch, and as olegntly finish..
the highest awards at the Vienna'
S ONE-FOURTH FASTER than
itod. There are more WILSON
+ than the combined sales of all the
TTACHMENT, for doing all 'kiids
given FREE with each machine.
ING MACHINE .00
i., U. S. A,
For Scrofula, and all
scrofuldus diseases, Erysi
pelas, IRose, or St. Antho
* ny's Fire, Eruptions and
Eruptive diseases of the
skin, Ulceratiens of 'the
Liver, Stomach, Kidneys,
Boils, Blotcs; Tumors,
Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald
Head, Ringworm, Ulcers,
Sores, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Pain in
the Bones, Side and IIead, 'Feinilo
WVeakness, Sterili-ty, Leucorrhoa, arisilig
from internal ulceration; .and' Uterine
disease, Syphilitic and.. Murourial- dis
eases, Dropsy, Dyspopsia, Erlachzttion,
General Debility,.and for Purifying the
This Sarsaparilla is a combination of
vegetable alteratives - Stillingia, Main.
drake, Yellow Dock - with th6 Iodides
of Potassium and iron, and is the most
efficacious medicine yet known "o
the diseases it is inten4ed to cure.
Its ingredients are so skilfully comn
bined, that the full ralterativo effedt of
each is assured, and while it is so -mild
as to be harmless even to children, it is -
still so effectual as to p urge out from the
systemi those Impurities ar4 corruptions
which develop into Joathsome disease,.,
.The reputation it enjoja is 'derivred
from its cures, and the confidence \vhich
p rominent physicians all over the con.
try repose in it, prove their experience
of its usefulness..
Certificates attesting its virtues have
accumulated and are constantly being j
received, arnd as many of these cases are
publicly known, they furnish convincing
evidence of the superiority of this Brat
saparilla over every other alterative~
medicine. So generally Is its. superla
ority to any other mediceme kn.own,- thet
we need do no more than to uasigre the
public that the best qualities lit has ovet
possessed are strictly maintained.
Dr. J. C. AYER & C0., Lowell, t4ss.
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