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TOWN AND COUNTY.
T$ iKSDAY, January 10, a s t 1880.
Tinms or Tmn NtwS AND HERALD.
-Trl-week Vdition, four dollars per
annm, in lvanco; weekly edition,
two dollars aiI fifty cents eran.num;.
in advance. Libeial discou it to'lubs
of five and upwards.
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per inch for the first insertion, pad
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insertlon. These rates apply to all ad
vertisements of whatever. natu re,.and
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tracts for three, six or twelve nionths
made on very liberal lerins. Tran
sient local notices, fifteen cents per
line for the first insertion and seven
and one-half cents per line for each
subsequent insertion. Obituaries and
tributes of respect charged as adver
tisements. Simple.announcements o.1
marriages and deaths published free or
charge, and solicited.
All communications, of whatsoever
nature, should be addressed to ,the
Winneboro Publishing Companyz
Wlinsboro, S. C.
Quarterly meeting-J. R. Boyles.
Groeoes-Gooding & Elliott.
Cotton sold yesterday at 124 cents.
If you are coughing or not, but feel
the presence of a cold in the system,
use Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup and feel
immediate relief. Price 25 cents. *
WAGON.-U. G. Desportes & Co.
have just received a car-load of Avery
Wagons, which will be sold at prices
to compete with Cplunbia. *18-1mo
rr We have at our office two rings,
-one of gold, rather small, and the
other larger, but not of solid metal.
They were found on the streets and
left withf uF. The owners can get them
by proving property.
THEp TwELFTH REGIMENT.-As will
be seen from the advertisement pub
lished elsewhere, there will be a meet
ing of the association of survivors of
Companies C and I, 12th S. C. V., on
Saturday the 24th inst. A full attend
ance is earnestly requested.
Attention is called to the advertise
ment;bf Messrs., Gooding & Elliott,
*ho have re.ently established them
solves in-the grodery business. NIaing
every facility for supplying the wants
of their customers, we have no doubt
they will deserve and receive their
full share of patronage.
CROOKED RUN GRANGE.-The follow
Ing is a list of the officers elected at the
reorganization of Crooked Run Grange
_ on $aturday, the".10th'inst.:
T.' . Periry, W. ,?4.
J. Gunnell, 0.
T. W. Woodward, L.
J. W. McCants, See.
T. B. McKinstry, Treas.
W. H. Pagett, S.
Thomas McKinstry, Chap.
Mrs. E. G. Broom, C.
Miss Louise Rgbertson, P.
Mrs. M. S.-Pet!ryvF..
5. W. Broot,G..
ANOTHER SHOOTING MATCH.-The
Shooting Club had another lively con
test on Tuesday. Ten rounds were
fired, with the following result:
J. FeMMMteW. ...... .-. ....S
RI. .J. McCiarley.................5
WV. J. Herron...................5
T. W. Woodward...............8
W. D. Aiken....................7:
H. B. McMaster....... ... ...
J. 8. Elder............'.5
D. V. Walker...................8.
W, Ip. Doty.... ........
C. K.JRabb................ .....6
J. N. Center.....................6
Messrs. Woodward, J. D. McCarldy
auid. Walker thent took five shots each,
with the following result: Woodward
2, McCarley 5,- Walker 2. Messrs.
- Woodward and Walker then tried
again, firing two shots each,. and Mr.
Walker winninug by a mqjority of one.
The first prize was therefore awardedd
to Mr'. McCgrIey, and the second to
Mr. Walker.-The shooting was much
better than hi the last contest, and*
everybody enjoyedthe'Aim very much.
At night the Clpb partook of a turkey
supper at Mr. Clendining's Restaurant.
The supper was served in excellent
style, and was of course greatly enjoy
aVPRa.ar COURT DBEJZBION.
Opinion of the Court in iho Case of M~ary T.
Phnugey, Respondentl vs. WUUHam John..
WILLAnD, C. 3. This Is an appeal
from a Circuit decree affirming a decree
of the Probate Court awarding dower
to the demandant M. T. Phinney, out
of lands of which her husband died
seized, now In the hands of the Re
sppn#ept Johnston. 'The husband of
*.t4oeiea,gndanit (fod in 1862, antd eho
toEc ut letters of admiuistration In
the same year. The estate consisted
partly of yersonalty, that ~Went into
the hands of the demandant as admin
i6try 'pix, tilahae,noygel?een.fa1lly ad
minibtOred, and partly of thie. land In
suit. This land was sold In 1868,
under a judgmient recovered against
the demandant as administratrix, and
Is helde by tho eqponlst- ider' the
-sher'l&ts.titl,e made.through -such. sale,
n iad h~as beens linptove4&*.thedand of
-tht parahasers byv the ereto,lof build
ings thereon. It Is contended that thie
demandant has elected to take a a4g.,
tributive share of the estate otheVhug.
band:Eu lieu of dover', ox' at all evbhtg
* )at she e~sto p fom de~yJB
Sb eonn dc o her piart amonnting to a
representation that such 4 election had
vision Is made by this chapter for. the
widow of a person dying intestate, the
same shall if acceptcd be considered in
lieu ot'and in bar of dower." .The
chapter referred to here relates oxclu
sively to the distribution of the lands
of intestaos, the distribution of per
sunaltys being governed by the pro
visions-ofa subsequent title and chap
tor. Unless, then, it appears that the.
demandant has received a distributive
share of the lands of her deceased hus
band, she cannot be regarded as di
rectly affected by the bar of dower
provided in this Act. It does not ap
pear lhat she received such a provision
or that there are any lands of her hus
band out of which she could receive
such provision other than the lands in
suit. As these lands have been sold to
p ay the debts of the estate, it is mani
est that she has derived no such bene
fit front them.
Is she, then, estopped from claiming.
dower at the present tite? The
ground alleged is her silence while
improvements were being made on the
premises, with knowledge ofsuch im
provements, coupled with the lapse' of
time and having as adrnin
istratrixthe personalty of the estate of
her decedent not fully administered,
and her failure to make annual
returns. The foundation of equi
table estoppel is the action of the
party seeking its benefit, induced by
the conduct of the party against whom
It is asserted. The Probate Judge has
found that the purchasers who succes
sively took title under . the sheriff's
deed "lhad knowledge of the existence
of the Petitioner's claim of dower in
the lands sold."
In addition to this finding it
must be assumed that these
parties knew of the nature of the title
they held, and consequently that the
lands held by them were those of
which the decedent died seized.
Knowledge of the domandant's claimh
of dower is presumable from this fact..
They are also chargeable with knowl
edge of the fact that taking these lands
for the debt of the estate precluded the
deinandant from that provision in the
lands of her husband that alone could,
under the statute, bar her claim of
The possession of the personal estate
unadmmnistered is imaterial to the
preCent question. The Appellant has.
no concern in the adminiistration of the
estate as far as appears, and it is of no
importance to him whether the estate
was well or ill administered.
Assuming that the demandant had
full enjoyment of her distrbutive share
of the personalty .that would not liar
her right of*. dower in the lands of
which her husband died seized.
It follows that there is no error In
the Circuit :lecree, and it should be af
firmed and the appeal dismissed.
1 concur. HENRY McIvEI, A. J.
Col. Jas. II. Rion, Attorney for Ap
pellant. Messrs. Gaillard ' & Rey
nolds, Attorneys for Respondent.
REVOLTING CONDITION OF A PENITEN
TIARY.-Gov. Luke P. Blackburn, in
his late nIesgage to the Legislature of
Ketitucky, draws a revolting picture
of the condition of the penitentiary of
that State. They have 173 more i>ris
oners than cells. As a necessity near
ly 30 wretched men are immu'red in
ells which are but three feet nine and a
'iSalf' Ichehes wide, six feet three and a
half inches high, and six feet eight
inches 10ong. These cells, darkened
and ill ventilated,; do not contain suffi
cienit air to sulppoI't on6 man,. *and the
death record gives abundan.t pr'oof of
it. Fronm the first of Januar y last . to
date seventy-tour have died--a fearful
mort4lity. The governor recommends
that something be done to vindicate
tile honor of the State.
DEATH OF FRANK LESLIE.-Frank
Leslie, the wiell known publisher of a
number of periodicals, died at his
hoWQ m bNow York* i46y.on..last Satur'
da.g,after'noon. It is. said lhe- died of
cancer, withl whlich hie had suffered for
soine months. Wlhile' jtvas known
for shine time'that he'\vasso afmicted,
is-immediard 'death was a matter of
surprise t.o his friends; because it ha'd
been stated that,ho.,was: likely to re
cover,. . .Whatever nay have been his
faults or foibles the grave, covered up
he renaais of a .busy bublisher, and
une(dho,nxade his mark on' the civili
zat:l6mi iir ihich he lived and moved.
Commencitig 'lifet as a poor printer
without moneyvoi'friends, lheamassed a
fortune wvhicli few men cani ever ex
poet to possess, and( had he "stuck to
the ease" might have died in different
circtimstances. :We do sot know 1. hat
his estate Is worth, but it was said a
year or so ago that he had 'bought a
few too many hotels at Saratoga, and
that lie lost. heavily. He however
compronlised . many of his debts and
DIPHTHE&IA IN. RUsIA.-The ravages
of diphtheria in Russia have been truly
horrible.. Originating in Bessarabia,
this terrible disease has laid its grip
epidemically upon thirteen of the gov
ernment districts, and in the Caucasus
alone no less than 40,000 chIldren have
been slain by. it. Tihe Russian, ho0w
ever, does not fold his hands in the
presence of gigantlo disaster, and ex
claim, like our friend the Turk "It is
the will of Allah." A Christi'an na
tioniality, howeve' low its present
gmrade of culture, always possesses the
germ of civilization in its conviction
thai no evil whatever can possibly be
the will of the source of all good. A
plan for a great campaign-a Russian
aggression-upon the dreadful epidem
io has been worked out by Professor
Bystroff' and adopted by a commission
ofiexperts to whose examination itwas
submitted. We learn that thmere is
something else besides nihilism occu
cupving the Russian mind when we
road that it is proposed within the
next fortnight to despatch thirty select-.
ed physicians and three hundred 'Sis
ters of Mercy to Poltawva for the doe
toring and nursing of those seized by
the disease. Eatch physician is to re
ceive three hundred rubles for travel
ing expenses and one hundred rubles
a- month asNala, while each" sister
receives one hundred rubles for cost-.of
journey and twenty-five rubles, as
monthly pay. The resolutions of the
Commission on Diphtheritis have been
laid before the~ General Assembly of
the "lIed Cross" for approbation.
-A man may be.brave enough~ to
walk right ump to the cannon's mouth
anid yet'not hate the courage to hand
his wife' a letter he has carried in his
jacket for week.
'r#ft~ z brs%f'0os. 0 and P, 12th 8.
1. 0. V. are earnestly requeosted to ait
tend to a ausrte4 zaeetng of our ouinty
Asecuati on aturday JYa*tar 24thm
at 11 o'o. okt ist coowrt-l o'se at Winns.
UOO9NG & ELLIOTT.
Having associated ourselves.together
for the .purpose of carrying on the
GROCERY A1D SUPPLY TRADE,
We beg to ifoetn our friends and the
public that we have on hand a fill stock
of Coffees, Sugars. Flour, Moasses,
Buckwheat, HTams, Canned Goods, etc.,
together with Bn o Meal, Shoes, Nails,
and all such articles as are required by
persons desiring advances.
We are also prepared to furnish first
class Guanos at fair prices.
R. C. GOODING,
T. K. ELLIOIT.
Mfessrs. EdUors: Please announce M
J. Preston Cooper as a candidate for the
Democratic nomination for sheriff at the
coming election (subject to the decision
of the primary election) and oblige many
friends in the n
-SOUTuWESTrnN PonTIoN OF THE COUNTY.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
IN TIE COMMQN PLEAS.
John L. Black, Admr. of the Estate of Mqr
tha K. Black, Deceased, vs. N. Austin
Blaek, et al
pURSUANT to an order ofCourt, made
in the e.bove-stated cause, all eredi.
tors holding claims against the Estate of
Mrs. '.t rtha K. Black, deceased, are re
quired to establish them before me on or
before tho first day of February next.
W. H. KEltR,
C. C. C. P. F. c.
ri E undersigned bogs leave to inform
Rhis customers and the public gener
ally that he is prepared to give satisfac
tion to all who may favor him with their
H. 0. HIUTCHESON
will shave you with faclity-cutting
dyeing and dressing in the latest and
most approved styl-, with
J. M. McCALL
At the Champion Barber Shop and Sham
pooing Saloon, Winnsboro, 8. C.
JUST ARRIVED one of the finest as
sortmente of Liquars in the Boro. One
barrel of Gibsou's.Celebratcd Old Nectar,
1840; Three-Barrels of tine old Rye Vhis
key: 1rt, Old Imperial Cabinet Whiskey,
9 years old; 2nd. also, the Mabel Belle, 9
ditto; 3rd. Roanoke Rye, the oldest,18 I
ditto. Corn Whiskey of the best grades.
North Carolina Corn,Sweet and Sour Mash
of the best grades Also. Wines and Bran,
dies of thi e finest brands, I have - also a
fIn' lot of Cigars anid Tobacco which I
will dI.isose of. at r.easonable prices for
onsh~ ox Give mec a call, and I will t,reat
you rig Philadlp hia Lager Beer al
ways on hand frottithe celebrated firm of~
larger and Enge ll. You nan find me at
all amzes at the Bar under the Wipinsboro
F-itel, next door to D. R. Flenikilexy's.
Cili and see me. J. CLENDINING.
E respectfully call the attention of
VVthe public to onr new let of
Goods, and regneet 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 bonght from anybody anywhere.
We would eall the attention of the
ladies to our line of Cloaks, Dress goods,
Fancy Goods, Hosiery, etc. A very p ret
tassortment of Ties and other Neck
Joods. Laces, Edgings, Frillings, ete. in
Our Gents' Goods department is com
plete in every thing.
In heavy goods, suoh as Jeans, EerseyN,
Flannels, Homespuns, Blankcets, &e., we
are' full up, at the lowest prices.
SHOES! SHOESt! SHOES!!!1
Come and examine our Shoes before
busing. call amad see our stook, and we
wI coenvinoe you that we sell goods as
cheap s anybody.
SWe are agents for 3. & P. Coats'
Spol Cotton, and Belding Bros. & Co.'s
Spool 81k-New York Prices.
ot7McMASTER, BRICE & CO.
A week in our own town, and no
sinata iskd. You an give the
portulutyever ofea .o thoge Wlltt
seer for yoursel waou can oa the bS
nses we offer. No roo n to explalaere. 9
ever hour that yuwrk. WomenriaeA
muo smen.'S freoinlat
ar n~ ao times w yoq~ u
h m) y Portland, Maine.
f~'b'if I oroeel n
sal agge~tWare, Jutsve i and for
[IGHT Barre', New Crop Nc
A Fine Lot of Sugars--all gi-adc
Jackson's Best Family Flour,
Consisting in cart of Mule at
Horse Shoes, Nails, Trace Chain
Red Rust Proof Oats, Free
Cheese and Macaroni, Raisins, Cu
rants and Citron, CHEAP FO
D. H. FLENNIKEN't.
Mince Meat, Famous New Enj
land Brand Apple Butter--tery fit
-Ginger Preserves, Lee & Perrin
Worcestershire Sauce, Baldwin
'omato Catsup, Cooper's Gelatin
Wilson's Corned Beef,in 2 lb. Can
DAT =EAL, PURE AND FRESI
A new lot of Cassimeres, Jean
Ladies' and Gents' Shoes.
Clothing, Hats, White Good
Domestic Homespun, Drills, etc.
It will pay you to call on us bi
J. F. MOMASTER & CO.
CHRIi ST MA
And I am preparod to sell you f
the nice things you want. for the Ho
days, such as Apples,: O'anges, Coco
nuts, Citron, Pressed Fiks, Curranl
Raisins in Boxes, half and quarters.
-Almonds, Walnuts, Pecanis Brazi)
French Mixed, Cocoanut, Strii
Wilson's Corned Beef, Salnon at
Sardines, Lobsters, andt Oysters, Pi
A ppe and Peaches, rotted Meats
Sky Rockets, Cannon Crackei
Roman Candles, Torpedoes, etc.*
Give me a call.
dee 18 On the Corner.
COME AND SEE
B EAUJTIFUL GOOODJ
COlliOr & Challeri~
FINE Walnut Clocks, Gold and E
ver Watches, Jewelry of all descr
tions, Sterling Silver and Platedwal
Carvers, Bread, Table and Pool
Fine China and Glass Tea-Sets.
Pitchers, Preserves, Goblets, Tu:
Vases, Toilet Sets, Mugs, Cups, I
Lamps and Lamp Brners which me
accidtentse impossible. Violins, Bov
NEWV 1ALS EDIl DJS
BOOx ArD OOIt ast
ONE~ of the bandiest and most po
lar inventions of modern times.
be attached to any arm-chair with<
trouble. Price, *.50, 88,00 and $2.
For particulars, address
- - W. McBRIbDE SMITH, AGT.,
Jan ~.tt Winnsboro, S.0C
.LJ.aa itiraw* fm th im
samauete~q~ t4ne nne
ha~~ ty h3NOp~'
TilE FRIEND OF ALL!
"I had no appetite; Holloway's Pills
ve me a hearty one."
"Your Pills are marvelous."
"I send for another box, and keep them
in the house."
"Dr. Holloway has cured my headache
that was chronie.
8. '"1 gave one of your Pills to my babe
for cholera mnorbius. Tiue dear little
thing got woll in a day."
"\ly nausea of a morning is now
"Your box of ilolloway's Ointment
cured mo of noises In the head. I
rubbed sone of your Ointment behind
d the oars and the noise has left."
"Send me two boxes; I want one for a
"I enclose a dollar; your price is 25
cents, but the 'nodicine to me is worth a
"Send tue five boxes of your Pills."
''Let Me havo three 'boxes of yotr
Ih Pills by return mail, for chills and
1 I have over 200 such testimonials As
these, but waut of space conmpels 1e to
Fon CUTANEOUS DISORDEnS,
And all eruptions of the skin, this Oint
ment is most invaluable. It does not
heal externally alone, but penetrates
with the most searchiig effects to the
very rcot of evil.
f OLLO WA Y', OIYTMENT.
Possessed of this remedy, every man
may be own doctor, It, may be rubbed
into the system, so as to reach any in
ternal complaint; by these menas, cures
sores or ulcers im the throat stomach,
r liver, spine or other ports. It is an in
1O fallible remedy for bad legs, bad breasts,
Scontracted or stiff ,oints, gout, rheuma
tism. and all skin distcses.
IMrORTANT CAUvloN.-None are genuine en
e, less the si nature or J. IAi noe. as agent for
the Utl states surrotunds ech box of 1' Its
s. and ('iinnt. Boxes at, 25 cent,r, a2 cents, and
-"' There Is considerable saving by taking
I. the large: sizes. IOLLO WA Y & CO.,
feb 15-y Jew York.
-- o :
ULL STOCK of the choicest and
most varied assortment of Goods
ty, 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'
Handkerchiefs in Boxes at the very
P, LINDEIER & 11110.
a- doe 13
Buy Notions, White Goods, Hosiery
and Oalicoes at the corner store of 3.
M. Beaty & Ce.
s, J. M. Beaty & Co. are selling Cloth
ing,-Hate, Rubber Suits and Shoes at
lowest cash prices.
Riemembor J. M. Beaty & Co. make
a specialty of the Bay State Standard
is, Screw Shoes, at the store on the corner.
A nice stock of good Laundried and
Unlau ndried Shirts, Collars, Neck w ear
&c., at J. M. B3eaty & Co.'s corner
o.Elegant Cashmeres, Momie Cloths,
Worsted, Alipacas, Dress Linings,
Crinoline, &c., at J. M. Beaty & Co.'s
You will find B3eached sGoods, Sea
.5, Island Goods, D)omnestics, Tickings,
Kerseys and Jeans at the corner store
of J. M. Beaty & Co.
Groceries of all kinds, Candy4 Crack
- eras, Tobacco, Crockery Woodenwvare,
Plows, Cutlery, Shlot, Powder, etc..
always in stock at the corner store of
J. M.Beaty & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY
JAMIES W. LAW.
I o the-.Pub1io.
Why not insure 'your property ? See
the cost of a per diem expense:
Daily cost of insuring~ 81,000 at 3 per
cent per annum is only 8j cents.
*At 2 per ceut. per annum is only 7
P- At 1* per cent. per ann um is only 4
e. At 1 per cent. per annum is only 21
At6 per eent. per annum Is only 2 .
At 2per eent fr 3 years is only 1.88
At l1 per cent. for 3 years is only 1.35 e.
~et At 11 per cent, for 6 years is only 0.880c.
At 2 per cent. for 5 years is only l.1c.
Dwellings in town or country, detach
ed, insurable at the following rates, viz.:
For one year * per cent.
For three years 14 per cent.
in- For five years 2t per cent.
Barna and contents, gin houses, baledc
cotton, store houses, merehandise, mills
and churches insurable at adequate rates.
I represent only the very best ,com pa
. nices of long experience and well establish
s - JAMES W. LAW,
KITTL~E SPEE DY
WflT IWBIUM AWARDED AT TRE
- OOROMA STATE lAI.
F3or- Cheapness,- Simpliolty and
Durabilit this Sheller stands with
out a riva.
.P.RoIOr, OYLY $5.00.
yB, 8. DESPORTFES & Co.,
Agents, idgeway, $. CI.
the PQ9' Sale by
U. G*. 9E8P90
Seen my stockjjno rnituro, which
nOWost, and ehPapest, accordiug to qt
Liew supply of Chroiuor, l'ictuio Fran
3hadcs, Miiiors, &c. Furnituro neat]
Lumber and Laths for sal. I am
H'actory. All order promptly ottondo
Wilson Now Improved Sowing Machit
m n r s t n
in workmantnship is equal to a Chronol
ed as a irst-class Pi'tno. It received
nnd'Centennial Expositiors. 1T SEvi
other machines. Its capacity is unlin
MACHINES sold in the United State
others. The WILSON MENDING-1
of repoiring WITiHOUT PATCHIS(
WANTED f wISON SEW
GEORG~E A. OLARK,
400O BROAWAY, NEW YORK.
The distinctive features of this spool
cotten aro that it is made from the very
SE A iSLdAND COTTON.
It is finishe l soft as the cotton from
which it. i. mnade; it hias no wvaxlig or
artillecial fliish to deceive the eyes; it in
tho strangest, smoot,hest and most elastic
sow ign thread in the market; for machino
sowing it has no equal; it isu w.oad on
The Blaok is the most.
ever p reduced in spool cotton, b)eing
dyed by a alyatem patented by ourselves.
Tho colors are dyed by the
NEW ANILINE PROCESS
rendering thorm so perf'ect and brillhant
that dross-makers overywhero use them
instead of Rowing silks.
A Geld Modal was awarded this spool
cotton at Paris, 1878, for "great strength''
and "general excellenco" being the high
est award given for spool cotton,
WVe invito comparison and respectfully
ask 1lad1os to give it a fair trial and con
vince themselves of its superiority over
To be had at wholesale and retail of
J. 0. BOAG.
OLD "CAVE" CORN
This is the simon pure article,
seized and sold by the United States
Government. The regular "moon
U. G. DESPORTES.
Souppernong Wine. at $1.50 per
gallon. Delightful for Xmas.
U. G. DESPOB TEB.
Dry Goods, Oothing, addle.
Bridles and Harness.
Call and ex mine ingyto bf8,
purchasing el #whMr Satip,t
is one of the largot., handsomest
Aliy. to be found in Wir,nsboro. A
ICH, Wall Pobkots, Brackets, Window
y repaired at moderate prices.
ngent for a Door, Sash. and B3linoi
I to. Also, agent for the WheLole
e, and two others.
1. W. PHILLIPS.
MASS. NEW-YORK CITY
ILUA L INVENTIONS
IN'mG MA C H In E
notor Watch, and as elegantly finish.+
the highest awards at thq Vienna
S ONE.FOURTTR FASTER than
ited. - . There are rmoro WILSON
3 than the combined saler_ of all the
TTACIMENT, for doing all- kinds
, iven FREE with oach machino.
ING MACHINE co.
[i"., U. S. A,
Ayer's. Cathartic Pills,
For all- the pur'posos- of. a. Family .Physio,
and for cur1n~ CJostivoness, 4taundice,
Indigestion, Pol Scomach,, .3reath,
Htotaeho, Krysi poas, Rhoumatism,
Iruptions.and ,.8ki.2)iae~os 'd'-.i1
lounri'i, Dropsy, Tuniors, Vdtimi,
-r tenost ef
feetive adti conge
nhiil pm gative ever
A- discovered. Tihev
- are mild, but ef-.
P feetuaj in their
the bowels surely
and without pa1ifi.
n .ina their operation,
they are still the
; mos# th.orgQugh and
tic nmediceme that can be employed cleans
ing the stomach and bowels. and oven the
blood. In small (loses of one pill a day,
they stimulate the digestive organs an'dl
promote vigorous healtih.
Avv.n's Pu,.r.s have been k.nown for
more than a quarter of a century, and have
ob)tained a wvorld1-wide reputation for their
virtues. They correct diseased action in
the several assimilative organs of the
body, and are so composed that obstruec
tions within their range can rarely with
stand or evade them. ,Not only dhO they
cure the every-day complaints of every
body, but also for'mildable and dangerous
diseases that have bailled the best of
human skill. While t hey pr'oduce power
ful offects, they are, at the same'thne, the
safest and best pihysie for children. By
their aperient action they gripe much less
than the~ COmmlIon purigativeCs, andI( never
Five pain when the bowels are not inflamed.
Tihey reach the vital foumt ains of the blood,
and strengthen the syste'm by fl-eein 'it
from thme elements ot9ea~ckness.
Adapted to all ages'And comditions in
all climates, containing neith'et' calomeli
nor any deleterious drug, thecse.Plls may
be taken with safety by anybody. Tiheir
sugar-coating preserves thein ever fresh,
and makes them pleasan't to take: while
being' purely vegetable, no harm,evan arise
from their use in any quantity.
PREPAnED nr -
Dr, i. C, AYER & CO,, Lowell, Mass,
Practicn1 and Analytical Ohemi,st.'e~
soL DBY AI4 DIufltUGTS EVlvin
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