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TOWN AND COUNTY.
SATURDAY, J"Uan;j 17. 1 * t 1880
TE'RMs.18 OF TIIEN Ys AND h1'nALD,
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Winnsboro Publishing Companyv
Winnsboro, S. C.
Gordon Light Infantry-T. I:
Nomiuationi-For County Commis
Cotton sold yesterday at 12 cents.
The Sheril's deputies have been
busy for some tIme in serving papers for
the coming term of court.
*A large number of steel rails are re
placing the old iron on the Charlotte.
Columbia and Augusta Railroad.
We had a little touch of win'er dur
ing the first.part of the week, but the
mercury finds it hard to keep its place
In the bottom of the thermometer.
WAoONs.-U. G. Desportes & 'o.
have just received a car-load of Avery
Wagons, which will be sold at prices
to compete with Columbia. *18-1mo
Sound repose is so essential to good
health that we feel surprised to know
anyone would risk loss of rest from a
cough or cold, when a bottle of Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup would give re
freshing slumber. Y *
Prof. N. Schmidt is still in town, in
co.nsequence of his numerous engage.
ments, and expects to remain a few
days longer. Ie has been long known
throughout the State as a musician and
a piano tuner, and he challenges any
tuner in America to surpass him either
in rapidity or thoroughness of work.
le is willing to prove his faith by his
The freight on fertilizers isa striking
Instance of discrimination. The tariff
on a ton of fertilizers from Charleston
to Columbia, is $2.50, from Charleston
to Winnisboro, it is $5.90. From Rich
mond to Winnsboro, via Charlotte
85.90, to Columbia via Charlotte $2.
50, to latesburg $5.00, to Augusta
$4.00. Yet some people.say that cor
porations have siouls. Bring out your
itemized bill of freight, gentlemen.
We regret to learn of the death of
Mr'. WilliamnM. Boyd, which occurredl
at his home In this county on the
night of the 12th Inst. Mr'. Boyd had
sp)ent sonic years in Chuarlestqn, but
had recently taken up his residence in
this county, lie was a y'outur man of
most estimable c'aracter, and his donth
will be mnourne-d by a large nmber of
friends. Hie was in the twenty-fourth
year of his age.
LOUISE P~o.immor.---MIss Louise
IPomeroy, the beautiful apd talented
American actress, is announced to
appear at the Thespian Hall next Fri
day night in the new society comedy
.entitled '"The Adirondacks.". Miss
Pomeroy has won high commendation
from thme press wherever she has ap.
peared. A leading Kentucky paper
snys of her': -"Miss Pomeroy has a
handsome, magnetic presence. She is
gracet\bl to a captivating degi'ce, and
possesses5 a smooth, sWeet voice that Is
capable of the widest range of expres
sion. Her art Is r.efreshingly uncon.
*ventional, and, wvhile impressing one
with the boldness and force of genius,
it Is at all times fini'shed and classical."
Other papers speak of her in equally
high terms.-Tickets for heor perform.
ancee may be procured at the confe
tionary of Mr. A. P. Miller.
ThAT SUrrPLY BILt.-The Columbis
correspondent of the News and Cou
rier says: "In accordance with the de.
terimination of thme Governor, as ex
pressed In ,a letter to the attor'ney-genma
oral, the Supreme Court will be ap
plied-to at once on behalf of. .the . State
'to force the comptroller-general t
proceed.- with tfie levy of the tax im.
posed by the recent Supply Act. Th<
question will io.w be determined ai
soon as practicable by the Suprem<
QCort, and fntich interest Is felt In theli
pirobable decisioni as to the validity o1
the Aet. Senators Gam'y, of Edgefield,
* ud- Bradley, of . P16kons, .thik that
the defects in the Act can be rem4edied
And they:deprecate calling the Legis.
lIatdrie agii Senator IApseemb, 01
'Nawbemr'y, Cohbidei's the Act fatalik
-defectiveIn. certain pr'ovisions, and
thtndsegtJisatvteAction is neces,
sary.'This view Is' sustained by soy,
eg,j g4tfiM~ *mrinb of the Ho~us<
now in cNfiti Ma 'Asthed <s
great a probabll ft the re'asmblia
'of the Legislatnte4Iovhm P4 Btpy
- senator f'otn Aiken ehdo0 iinIsalon~
e qil of hoA. ti(i
, feoon i order that the" dtigem
poS ms tjii twol1Nof 6i~
'~ ~ d(Y i lAer wa od
TUR GNO W2'1 O RMETUOD18M.
Some Account of the 1'rogress 1\fado by the
kollowers of Johq Wesley in the Lst
Coutury and a lfil
One of the marvels of the religious
world is the growth and progress of
Methodism. In Jutne, 1741, when
John Wesley held his first Conference,
there were only six regular preaohers
throughout the world, and a few hun
dred members. Now there are itnore
than 100,000 Methodist preachers
throughout the world, and nearly 5,
000,000 members. In the United States
alone there about 83,000 travelling
preachers, 27,000 local preachers and
about 3,000,000 n: ?nbers.
In 18641, before the division of the
Georgia Conference, (which was once
a part of the South Carolina Confer
ence,) the Methodists in Geoi'gia num
bered 54,000 whites. Now, only thir
teen years later, the North and South
Georgia Conferences number 88,983.
In the little State of South Carolina,
where this denomination is scarcely a
century old, the tuembership exclusive
of baptized children, as shown by the
recent report of their statistical secre
tary, numbers 44, 701, with 166 travel
Ing and 153 local preachers.
The number of adults admitted by
baptism alone into the communilon of
1the M. E. Church, South, within the
bounds of the South Carolina Confer
once, during the year Jusb closing, is'
The denomination has, within the
bounds of the South Carolina Confer
ence, 497 Sabbath schools, with 3,044
teachers and 22,057 r.hoiars.
They have raised im South Carolina
during the year 1879 for their worn out
Preachers and the widows and orphans
of d ceased preachers, $ 1,868.50.
1ey have raised in the same territo
ry (huring this year for missions (ex
ftusive of the. tumount raised by the
Women's Missionary Societies) $7,
Theseflgures, stalls icAl n' fl tat c!al,
at once shsw the Wondertul growth of
this (etotiatit:ot in the past, and
their immeuise posgibilities for good in
The following statistical and finan
cial faets counected with South Caroli
na Methodism will be of general inter
Number of members, 44,564; local
preachers, 151 ; children baptised, 1,
885; adults, 1,300; number of churches,
568; value of stne, .J>03,153.00; par
souages, 90; value, 6_3,325; college
and high school property belonging to
the Conterence; $92,240; Sundav
schools, 497; officers and teachers, 3,
014; scho'ar:, 21,947 ; volumes in librai
ry, 17,770; paid on past-r,' salaries,
$97,324.77 ; paid to presiding eldere,
$8,900; for domestic missions, $5,095.
70; foreirn missions, $2,664.94; super
annuated ministers, widows and or
phans, $4,868.50; education, $2,000;
Bishops. $747; minutes, $363.77;
building churches, &c., $19,874.01;
and for other benevolent enterprises,
-New York city has 535 Proiestant
--Women are filling the pulpits of
Presbyterian churches in Texas.
- Canada has a Roman Catholic
population of 1,846,800, with .1,599
-New York State contains one
fourth of' the Presbyterians of the
-Martin Luther'salast will, written
byhis own band, is in thme library at
-The Catholics are to petition for
the appointmemnt of chaplamns of their
faith for the army and the navy.
-Dr. Schaff savs that as_a rule the
sal aries of ministers in IEurope' are
barely sufficient for their living.
-The Methodists and Baptists of
1Mrshtall, Mich., have comnbined, -the
-J. W. Waterman has presented
Gtace Episcopal Church, Detroit,
Mich., the sum of $16,000 cash, paying
in full the debt upon the chmurch.
I-Entilre religious liberty has lately
been secured in Greece, through the
efforts of the English governnment at
the English Presbyterian church.
-The building~ erected by the Angli
can society for the promotion of Chris
tiani knowledge In London, and which
cost $400,000, has been opened.
-The Bishop of Peterborough, wvho
is to be the president of the English
church congress next year, has fixed it
to begin on September 28.
-Four of the seven bishops -of the
Methodist Chnrch South have beeni int
the ministry fronm flifty to sixty years,
and possibly this is true of five of the
A NOVEl. LIGHIT.-Take an oblong
vial, of the whitest and clearest glass,
and put ito it a piece of phosphorus,
about the size of a pea. Pour some
olive oil, heated to the bollitng poinmt,
upon the phlosphorus; fill the vial
about onto-third full, and cork it- tight
1y. To use ti novel light, remove
th~e cork, allow the air to enter the
vial, and thon recork it. The empuIty
space in the vial will become lutninous,
and-the Light obtained will be equal to
that of a lamp. When the light grows
dim its power can be Increased by tak
ing out the cork, and allowing a fresh
supply of air to enter the vial. In
wittter, it is sometimes necessary to
heat the vial between the hands to in
crease the fluidity of time oil. Thte ap
pratus, thus prepared, may be used
ARE You S~C?-Jf so, go to your
nearest dru-gist or store, and buy a
bogc of Dr .. ilder's Liver Pills. They
will euro ydu. You can find themn In
any store. For sale by Dr. W. E.
IFOR COUJNTY COMMISIOER.
The friends of. Mr. James (*. Heron, of
Sae,respotfully nominate him. for the
offie o Contycmlssioner at the en
suing eleotlon-subjoet6 to the action of
the Demnoeratie primary,
A TTND re glar bi-monthly mneeting
.L.39Ie dour'(Company at Town Ral on
MonMey night at 7 o'etook. Metnbors
maust coere prepared.to settle dued
Jan 17-ti . Seorctary.
'GMOOING & ELLIOTT.
Having associated otirsolves together
for the purposO of carrying on teq
GROCERY AND SUPPLY TRADE,
We beg' to inform our flionds and the
ptblic that we have on hand a fill stock
of Coffees, Sugars. Ilour, Molasses,
Buckwheat, lams, Catnod Goods, etc.,
together wit i Bacon 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. GOO)ING,
T. K. ELIOTT!'.
Mesrs. Eitors: Please announco M r
J. Preston Cooper as a candidate for the
Democratic nomination for sheriff at the
coining eletion (subject to the decision
of the primary eleotion) and oblige many
friends in the
SOUTHWESTrRN PORTION OF THE COUNTY.
NOTICE TO CJIEDATOIZS.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,.
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
John L. Black, Adtnr. of the Estate of Mar
tha K. Black, Deceased, vs. N. Austin
Black, et al -
PURSUANT to an ordler ofCourt, made
-L in the r.bove-stated cause, all credi
tors holding claims against the Estate of
Mrs. . rrtha K. Black, deceased, are re
quirod to establish them before ma on or
before tho first lay of February next.
W. H. IEU R,
C. C. C. P. F. O.
'I E under:;igned begs leave to inform
hi. custoner.A and the public gener
all that he is pre;rared to give satisfic
tiSi to all, who may favor him with their
H. O. HUTCHESON
w ill shave you with facility-cutting
dyeing and dressing in the latest and
most approved style, with
J. M. McCALL
At the .hampion Barber Shop and Sham
pooing Saloon, Winnsboro, 8. C. ]
JUST ARRIVED one of the finest as
sortment4 of Liquors in the Boro. One
Barrel of Gibson's (Jelobrated Old Necttr,
1840; Three Barrels of line old Ryo Whis
key: 1st, Old Imperial Cabinet Whiskey,
9 years oid; 2nd, also, the kabel Belle, 9 i
ditto; 3rd, Itoanoke Rye, the oldest, 18 d
ditto. Corn Whiskey of the best grades.
North Carolina Corn,Sweoet and Sour Mash
of the best grades. Also, Wines and Bran,
dies of th o finest brands, I have also a
tin' lot of Cigars and Tobacco which I
wvill dianose of at reasonable prices for
c.asih only. Give mc a onll, and I will treat
you right. Philadelphia Lager l3eer al
ways on hand from the c.ilebrated fim of'
Blerger and Engell. You can find mo at
all times at the Bar und or the Winnsboro
Hotel, next door to D. RL. Flonnikien's.
Call and see me. J. CLENDINING.
W E respectfully call the attention of
the public to our now lot of
Goods, and request 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 any where.
WVe would call the- attention of the
ladies to our line of Cloaks, Dress goods,
Fancy Goods, Hosiery, etc. A very pret
ty assortment of Ties and other Neck
Goods. Laces, Edgings, Frillings, eto. in
Our Gents' Goods department is com
ploto in every thing.
In heavy goods, such as Jeans, Kerseys,.
IFlannels, Homespuns, Blankets, -&e., we
are full up, at the lou est prices.
SHOES I SHOES!!I SHOES!!!
Come and examine our Shoes before
buying. Call and see our stoeli, and we
will convineyou that we soil goods as
cheap as anybody.
.j@ We are agents for J. & P. Coata'
Spool Cotton, and Beldhing Bros. & Co.'s
Spool Silk-New York Pricees. s
oct McMASTER, BRICE & CO.
iever offere th willini
s a o~~refwa ryu notndo at theS ut
nes we offer. t~ oom to explain bere. You
cn devot al yur tim or Ojyor spae
Svtlounthiat o o Women maK as
muc as -e. Sedo ~o1lirvat terms
~uti:cias,whtQ w1mllfree. UoutfIt
freea petotpAt d times whiiq you
4u0 1 11nn 0. ortlad, Maine.
of ieautifu oroaili
q~searoj~s, ~a'I4 al(tfot
IGHT Barrels, New Crop Now
A Fine Lot of Sugars-all grades.
fackson's Iott Family Flour.
Consisting in part of Mule and
Torse Shoes, Nails, Trace Chains,
Red Rust Proof Oats, Fresh
]heese and Macaroni, Raisins, Cur,
ants and Citron, CHEAP FOR
D. It. FLENNIKEN'i.
Mince Meat, Famous New Eng,
and Brand Apple Butter-very fine
-Ginger Preserves, Lee & Perrin's
Vorcestershire Sauce, Baldwin's
-omato Catsup, Cooper's Gelatine,
Vilson's Corned Beof,in 2 lb. Cans.
)AT MEAL, PURE AND FR1SH.
Buch wheat Flour.
A new lot of Cassimeros, Jeans,
Ladies' and Gents' Shoes.
Clothing, Hats, White Goods,
)omestic Homespun, Drills, etc.
It will pay you to call on us be
J. F. MoMASTER & CO.
HIIItISTM A S
And I am preparod to sell you all
e ailice things you want. for the Holl
ays, such its Apples, Oranges, Cocoa
uts, Citron, Pressed Figs, Currants,
taisins in Boxes, halt' and quarters.
Almonds, Walnuts, Pccans, Brazils,
French Mixed, Cocoanut, Str'ips,
Wilson's Corned Beef, Salmon and
sari*cines, Lobsters, and Oysters, Pine
Wplo and Peaches, Potted Meats or
Sky Rockets, Cannon Crackers,
lomnan Candles, Torpedoes, etc.
Give me a call.
W H. DONL~Y,
dee 18 On the Corner.
COME AN!) SEE
FINE Walnut Clocks, Gold and Sil
ver Watches, Jewelry of all descrip
tions, Sterling Silver and Platedwvare.
Carvers, Bread, Table and Pocket
Fine China and Glass Tea-Sets.
Pitchers, Preserves, Goblets, Tum-s
Vases, Toilet Sets, Mugs, Cups, &co.
Lamps~ and Lamp Burners wvhieh make
accidents Impossible. Violins, Dews,
NEWV TALB UIAI DESK
BOOR AND i001V REST.
ONE of the hamliest and most popu.
lar' inventions of'modern times. Cafi
be attached to any arm-ch il withioul
trouble. Price, *8.5, $.'O And $2.5,
For partocularse addryb'
W. MolIDbE SMi'N,I,A'r.*
jan 10-t ,in~o6
dywithdrawn m the armo
Matthels & oIh 'tidersigned 'wit
continue the i s in nager th4
TUE FRIEND OF ALL j
"I had no appetite; Holloway's Pills
ve me a hearty one."
"Your Pills are marvelous."
"I send for another box, and k.p them
in the house."
"Dr. Holloway has cured my headttohe
that was chronio.
4'1 gave one of your Pills to my babe
for cholera morbds. Tuo dear little
thin got well in a day."
41y nausea of a morning is now
"Your box of Holloway's Ointment
cured me of noises in the head. I
rubbed some of your Ointment behind
the oars and the noise has loft."
"Bond me tWo boxes; I want one for a
poor f ntily,"
- "I enoloso a dollar; your price is 25
cents, but the medicine to me is worth a
"Send me five boxes of your Pills,"
"Let me have three boxes of your
Pills by return mail, for chills and
I have over 200 such testimonials as
these, but want of space ooupels me to
Fon CUTANEOUS DIsonnns,
And all eruptions of the skin, this Oint
ment is most invaluable. It does not
heal externally alone, but penetrates
wi'h the most searching effects to the
very rcot of evil.
IOLLO 1WA Y'S OINTMENT.
Possessed of this remedy, every men
may be own doctor. It ray 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, spino or other parts. It is an in
fallible remedy for bad legs, bad breasts,
contracted or stiff joints, gout, rheuma
tism. and all skin diseases.
IM-ORTNT&n CAUTIon.-None arc gonutne 1:n.
less the H, nature of J. HIAvnoc. as agen t for
the United itates surrounds each box of I1lls
and inatment.. Boxes at 4% contf, ov oents, and
CW There Is conalderable saving by taking
the large: slxes. IOLLOWA Y & CO.,
fob 5--1y . New York.
-a-: 0 :
FULL STOCK of the clojoae and
most varied assortment of Goods
for the Holidays.
We invite the public's attention
particularly 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. L1DECER & BiO.
Buv Notions,White Goods, Hosierv
and calicoes at 6o corner store of J.
M. Beaty & Co.
J. M. Boaty & Co. are selling Cloth
ing, Iat.s,lRubbmer Suits and Shoes at
lowecst cash pr'ices.
Rememrbeir J. M. Decaty & Co. make
a speCcialty of thle Bay State Standard
Scre w Shoes, at the store on1 thle cornier.
A ilce stock of good Launadeied and
Unlaunidrvied Shirlts. Col lars, Ncck wear
&c., at J.- M. Beaty & Co.'s corner
Elegant Cashmeres, Momie Cloths,
Worsted, Alpacas, Dress Linings,
Crinoline, &c., at J. M. Beaty &5 Co.'s
You will find Bleached Goods, Sea
Island Goods, D)omestics, Tickings,
Kerseys anld Jeans at the corner store
of J. M. Beaty & Co.
Groceries of all kiuds, Candy, Crack
ers, Tobacco, Crockery Woodenwaro,
Plows, Cutlery, Shlot, Powder, etc..
always in stock at the aorner store of
J. M.lBeaty & Co..
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY
JAJIES W. LAW.
Why not insure your property? See
the oost of a per' diem expense:
Daily cost of insuring~ Sl,000 at 3 per
cent per annum is only Sf cents.
At 21per cent, per annum is only 7
At 15 per cent, per annum Is only 4
At 1 per cent. per annum is only 25
A6prcent. per annum is only o. c
At 11 per pent. fr3years is only 1.35 e
At 14 pereent. for65years isonly 0.880.
AL 2 per cent, for 5 year. is only 1.1 c.
Dwvellings in town or country, detaoji
ed, Insurable at the following rates, viz.:
For one year j( per cent.
For three years 1 4 per cent.
For flve years 5 per cent,
Darns and contet, gin houses, baled
cotton, storehouses, mercbandise, mills
anid churches Insurable at adequate rates.
I represent only the vey best compa.
nies of long experience an well establish.
JAMES W. LAW,
-nov , 6 Agent.
PIR8T PRER1I-R A WAIDBD AT TIR
For Cheaniness, Simpiolty and
Databli this Sheller stands) with
R 8. DESPOnns', &O).
Seen my stockgjno rniture, which
iowest, af cheapest, according to qu
low supply of Chromos, Picture Fram
3hades, Mirrors. &c. Furniture neat]
Lumber and Laths for sale. I am r
['actory. All rrder promptly ottendei
Wilson Now Improved Sewing Machin
THE WORLD ]
n workmanship is equal to a Chronon
3d as a first-class Piano It.received I
md Centennial Expositiors. IT SEW
)ther machines. Its capacity is unlimi
1ACHINES sold in the United States
thers. The WILSON MENDING A
)f repairing WITHOUT I'ATCUI lG,
E} WILSON SEW]
T R ADE
400 BROALWAY, NEW YORK.
The distinctive features of this spool
cottecn are that it is made from the -very
SEA ISLAND COTTON.
It is finishe:1 soft as the cotton from
which it is miiide; it has. no waxing or
artificial finish to deceive the eyes; it is
the strongest, smoothest and most elastic
sowign thread in the market; for machine
sowing it has'no equal; it is wvound on
W HI TE S P OOL 8.
The Black is the most
ever preduced in spool cotton, being
dyed bya system patented by ourselves.
The ccAora are dyed by tly
NEW ANILINE PROCESS
rendering them so perfect and bri.lliant
that dress-makers everywhere use them
Instead of sewving silks.
A Geld Medal was awarded this spool
cotton at Paris, 1878, for "great strength''
and "general excellence" being the high.
et award given for spool cotton,
We invite comparison and respetfully
ask ladies to give it a fair trial and eon
vinee themselves of its sup)eriority over
To be had at wholesale and retailof
OLD "CAVE~" CORW
This is the simon pure article,
seized and sold by the United States
Government. The regular Mr~oon
U. G. DESPORTE~S.
Souppernong~ Wir e at $1.86 per.
galln. Dligtful foi- Xpma.
Dry. Goods OlQthln# ,S44i
Cadle and .a~~ y tqgpo'
W0u1b an~ e nr at
is one of the largot. handsomest
ality, to be found in Winnsboro. A
es, Wall Pockets, Brackets, Window
y repaired at moderate prices.
Lgent for a Door, Sash and Blitn
I to. Also, agent for the Wheel
o, and two others.
R. W. PHILLIPS.
pOESN TFATIRu e
z N E RATOk
OHN1ON, LARK8C ".
ASS, .NW-YORP4 QT ..
N1G m,m,A C H INE
ietor Watch, and as elogantly finish.
he highest -awards at the Vienna
S ONE-FOURTH ]PASTER than
ted. There are more WILSON
than the combined sales of all the
rTACHMENT, for doing all kinds
given FR1iEFP with each maobine,
NG MACHINE CO,
4T., U. S. A.,
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For all the purpoaeq of a Fatuity PhJysio.
and for ourinp ostivoneaa, Jaun le,
Inditiah, oul tomanh_ freath,
Eruptions and sin Diseases, Bil
for 1iurifying the Blood,
Are the most ef
fective and1( congo
nial purgative ever
-~ are mild, but ei'
- fectual in their.
the bowels snreiv
a nd without pai.
in their operation,
they are still the
most thorough and
-- searching cnthmar
tic medicine that can be em ploed c: elans
ing the stomach and bowels. and even the
bleod. In small doses of one pill a dy
they stimulate the digestive organs anid
promote vigorous health.
AYEn's PILs have been known for
more than a quarter of a century,-and have
obtained a world-wide reputation for their
virtues. They correct diseased action in
the several assimilative organs of thme
body, and are so composed that obstrne
tions within their range can rarely with~
stand 'or evade them. Not only do they
cure the every-day complaints of everv
body, but also formidable aind dangerouts
diseases that have bafled thme best- of'
human skill. While they piroduce p)Qwer.
fud effeots, they are, at the sadme tihne, the
safest and best physie for chmildren.. By
their aperientr action they gripeo much less
than the common purgativyes, and pover
ive pain-wh en the bowels ar,e not inda;mid.
.They reach the vital fountains of thme blood,
and strengthen the sy*stenm by fiecing is
from the elements of weakness
Adapted to all ages andl conditilons in
all climates, containing neither caloinet
nor any deleterious drug, these ill1s may 4
be taken with safety by. ybdy Their
sugar-coating preserves them ever fre h, ..,
and umakes them pleasant to take;M w)le
being purely vegetable, no hbamcani arIse
from their use in any:quantity, *
Dr. J.C. AVER &Oil