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OWN AND COUNTY.
nn UllSDAY, February 12. 2 2 1 1880.
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The following 1, the sehedulo of arrivals or
o ( CI & A. Ita lroad, tipon thw batis of Wash.
Dgton) tilnie, whllehl1. is bot, sixteenl mlllptte
head of wnnsboro time:
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iVy11( Wood . 1. 1.11. . I .....11.41 p. In.
u11digeway...........11.69 't. m .. 12.0 p. in.
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Blilekstock.......... 1.111 p.111...... 1.12 ti. In
Ciester............ 1 :9 p...m .. 1.41 a. in
Chester ............. . ........Ml... .. i . n.
1 teksttock.........2.10 p.1n....... B. I itn. m.
Witinnsboro . 21). I)....... . AY .in. m.
Kh lew n............ 1.20 p. m.....l.... 4.29 a. in.
illh- wood......... 3.V4 p. in......... 4.4. n. In
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Notice to Teachers-John Boyd,
Cigars-W. E. Aiken.
Take Notice-J. L. Mimunugh.
Garden Seeds, etc.-J. M. .leaty &
Masonic Meeting-G. B. McCants,
The Dime eadiig Club will mect
to-Iorrow iighit it the residence of
Mr. D. .t. Fleiniken, at 7} o'clock.
Life is short at most and our ditty is
to prolong it. Use, therefore, Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup for coughs, colds,
bronchitis, hoarsenesS,:etc. Price 25
A yolmg fricnid of ours was excused
from a:tendance upon Court as ia jurol,
on his making it to appear, in his
aflidavit, that his presence was neces
sary in a iieihboring comoty, on the
10th inst. IHis I onor decided thatlih
Court should not suier any thing to
be done in restraint of contracts of
.F.ROEECIE1EDNUS O1 (OU.RT.
A Smuall Quantity of Crinlusal umiiiuess o1
Iaid--The Itonalcido Case lReilts In a
Verdictof Acquittail- The Road-Working
Caseo from Rh(gowty--entenec of the'
1rsonert -R.-port of the G Itn Jud '.ry-Tht.e
C (oud. of1 ,.talons, Aiijoiiunin.
cases' haive' been~i( dipo.ed1 of iln thel
Th'ie State vs. Itoberit Johnison'
ed for larcenyv of grain fromi
thue - ield. The pardes, main
anid w i fe, werec cha rged w itih steal ing
c.)rni fromt the fieIld of Mr. Pr'eston
Rion, onl the igh"1t of thle 11ith of No
vember last.. Th'le prisoucrs not hav
ing secured counsel previouusly, A. M.
Mackey, Esiq., volunteered for thiei
-defence. After' argment by the 8o
licitour oii behalf of the State anid b~
Mr. Mackey onu behalf of flhe prisoners
the jury retired, and ini a short tiume
brought. in a verdict of '"Not guilty.'
On Tuesday muorinig thle case8 of tihe
State vs. Abram Jciiings, i ndicted
for the murder of George 0 lover', cameli
-came up for trial. Col. J. H. Rion
and 0. W. Buchanan, Esq., appeared
or the denience' of' the p~risoneur. T1he
circumstances of this case arc briefly
these-as they appear f romn the evi
dencebronghit outat the trial: On thef
-6 th day of D)ecember last, about sun.
-=down, the prisoner camne to the houst
Sof the deceased, George Gloveir, whc
Swats a tenaniit oni the plantation of Mr
I U. B. Riefo. There were several othi
per'sons inu the house besides the de.
3-ceased and flue prisoner, anid afte:
talking together for a short time
during which the piirties seemed to bc
perfectly friendly towards each other
Glover and Jenining~s began to banltel
each other for a trial of their strengti
and activity in a wrestle or scuffle
George Glover asked the defendan
-to go out into the yard, and at thn
--same time started1 ont himself. Th(
defenldant followed him, and- as h<t
came outof the door, saw Glover witi
--an axe upheld in his hands. Tihe do.
fendant stooped dowvn, picked up
1h00 near at hand, and attempted t(
-strike downi the axe held by Glover,
The stroke of the hoe failed' to dis
place the axe in Glover's hanids, and
fell with such force upon tihe head
_of Gilover as to Inflict a mortal WOundU
-from which lie died the next morn
lng. From the .evidence, it ,appeared
that thiere was no malice or ill-will ox.
istlingi the mlind of the defendant to.
wvards the unfortunate lover. Mr.
-Buchanan made a. brief argument Ir
the prisonier's behalf, in which she di1
himself much credit. This was Mr
Buchanan's first ap pearance as an ad.
vocate, having but recently been td,
mitted to the bar, and we COngratulat<
_- him upon his zeal and eni'nestnedui
-lHe was followved by Col. RIon, wh<
argued the case with his accustornoic
-force. After an elaborate charge froni
-his Honor,.the jmuy retired, and, ii
about ten minutes brought in a ver
diet of "Not guilty."
The next case called was that of th
State vs. Andrew Gadsden, fadictei
for grand larceny. Mr. ;Mackey ap
peared for the defentdant.' The prison
was charged ithb ;haying stojen at
hunre~d-dollaw111 from the stor4 o
98e MoMaeMe~T196 Go.,oht
tiniony of the Witnhesses It appears that
the defeidant wias arrested in Coluin
bia on suispicion, and that he subse
quently confessed his guilt to Mr. T.
i. Ketchin, who went to Columbia
and Identified the accused. Mr.
Mackey argued inl behalf of the defend
ant, and was followed by the Solicitor
for theI Staite. HIs Iionor charged the
jury upon the law relating to the case,
and after being out for more than an
hour they brought in a verdict of
i (ljy, with a recomeniiedation to the
mercy of the Court. Mr. Mockey then
imade a imotion for a new trial, but
after argiiment, his Ilon1or refused to
grant the imotion.
Jose)li Ciiapian, indicted for ap
sault and batterywith intent to ravish,
The lastcase trIed was thatof the State
vs. George Moore, indicted for grand
larceny. Moore wias indicted at the
last terni of the court for stealing a
cow froim William Dunlap, but was
not covvicted. The present case arose
out of the same facts. After a short
deliberation the jury returined a ver
dict, of "Not guilty." The prisoner
was represented by Mr. A. M. Mack
'y. Upon the rendi ion of I he verdict,
JuIdige Mackey said: "George 'Moore,
you canl go. The jury are satidfied that,
you ire too great i' thiet to receive
Oil lVedlesday ll' morning the c ase o
the State vs. Jefll. J. Posey and ot hers,
charged with fiilure to work on the
public roads, after being duly sum
mnoned to .pelr'orm1 such work, was
brought up on appeal from a soitence
Passed upon the defendants by Trial
Justice B. E. Elkin. The chief cir
cuiistaiices of the case were given inl
Tm:,- Ni-:ws AxND Jixn1.ll)some (,timle ago,
and need not be repeatedI. There wZas
some inisuiiderstanding between Mr.
Clarke, the at torney for tle prisoners,
an(d Trial Justice E lkin, as to the regu
larity ofthe defendants' appeal. The pris
oners were conimitted to jail and made
application for bail on a writ of hibes
corpus. lastOc tober before Trial Justic
es Neil and Robertson. At this time a
written not ice of appeal was served on
Trial Justice Elkin. Justices Neil anid
Robertson refused the discharge, and the
prislers then applied to Judge Mac
key for release on bail. His Honor
dischar 'ged then on their recognizance
to appear at the preselit term of the
Court of Genieral Sessions. The case
now came up on the appeal from the
sentence of Justice Elkin. After hear
ing colsideral argument i upon difl'or
ent, points, Judge Mackey called for
the original finding of the jury in the
Trial JuIsticeCs's court. The verdict of
juiry was in the following words: "We
find William Christer not guilty, the
other defendaits guilty, but recon
nended to mercy." This finding was
written on the warrant issued in the
case of Jeff J. Posey, one of the other
defecndtanits. Jutdge Maickey ruled
that this vei'dict could not affct
any of the def'endants-holding
that the verdict in the case
of each defendant should be
writtlea on the several warrants sepa
rately. Up)on this~ showing, his
H Ionor held that the sentenices p~assed
byv Trial Justice Elkin must be set
a lde iTe question next arose as to
Iwhatdispositioii should( be made of
lhe cases. The defendants' counsel
made the point that the prisoniers mnust
he dischanrged absolutely, and that to
lbe tr ied again they must be re-arrested,
and all proceedings had anew. ..The
Solicitor resisted -this pr1opositionl,
holding that the defenidanits wore still
in the custody of (lie Court, and that
the case must be remnanded to the
Trial IJustice for a new trial. The
.Judge Rustained the Solicitor's view,
and an ordeir was accordingingly
passed, requiring the dlefendants to
appear for trial before Justice Elkin
at Winnsboro on the second day of
The pi'isoners convicted during the
term were brought into. Court, and
sentenced as follows:.
IScipio Cohen, convicted of assault
and bat tory with init'ent to murder, six
months at hard labor in the peniten
Andrew Gadsdon, convicted of
grand larcony, a fine of ilve dollars
and costs, or three months imnpr'ison
ment in the couiity jail.
Joseph Chapman, who pleaded guil
ty of assault and battery with attempt
to ravish, four months at hard labor
in the penlitentiary'.
The grand~ jury made their final
presentment for the term, and were
discharged. The presentment will be
The Court of. General Sessions was
then adjourned sine die, andl the Court
of Common Pleas was opened. The
civil cases being not yet ready, his
1Ionor, at the request of the bar, dis
Icharged 'the petit juries till Monday
morning, the 16th Inst.
T Eregular monthly communieation of
1. Winnsboto Lodge, No. 11, A. F. M..
will be held at Masonic Hall this
(Thursday) evening, at 7jo'eloek.
The brnthren aro earnestly requested
to be present, as District Deputy Grand
Master A. H. White will visit us in his
fob 12.f 1 G. B. MoCANTS,
BUY THE BEST !
LADIES,' Miases' and Infaiits' fine
Shoes. made-by Ziegler Brothers, of
Phl'ephia., Celebrated "Standard
S'rewed" Shoes, anpde by the Bay
IState Shoe and t.eeher do,, epe.
oist~Iies at the Coffi Store.
CIGAlS! CIGlARS CIARS!
TwO or three tusand flar cigars.
Medictied (cigarettes, for sale at the
Drug Store of
FRESH Gardon Seeds at the
J. M. BEATY & CO.
OO DOZEN J. & P. Coats' Spool
.5-0 Threald at the Corner Storo.
J. M. BEATY & CO.
EARLY ROSE, Goodrich and
JA Peeless Irish Potatoes ait
lowest cash prices.
J. Ml. BE ATY & CO.
OLD "CAVE" CORN
This is the simon puso article,
seized and sold by tie United Stts
Governrnent. The regiar "ioon
U. G. DESPORTES.
Seupperneng W'rie ai. 81.50 per
gallon. Deligh1tful fer X11uz.
U. G. DES1PORTES.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Saddles,
Bridles uand Harness.
Call and examine my stock before
pturchasing elsewhere. Satisfaction
U. G. DESPORTES.
' BARRELS Buist's selected Irish
Potatoes, 1 car-load of White
Seed Oatq, 1 car-load of Lime, and a iul
stook of selected
We are agents for the following br.nds
of Guanos: Patapsco, Lowe's Georgia
Formula, Acid Phosphate, G. Ober & Sons,
$oiut,'o Ammnoninted Super Phosphate of
Lime and Dissolved Dono, South Caroli
Givo ur, a call, and we will give you
J. F. McMASTER & CO.
900MIN & ELLIOTT.
Having associated ourselves together
for the purpose of carrying on1 the
GROCERY AND SUPPLY TRADE,
We heg to inform our frienids and the
mbullic that wechave on hand a full stock
of' Coffe s-. Sugars. Flour, Molasses,
Buck wheat, Hams, Canned Goods, etc.,
together wvithI Bacon Meal, Shoes, Nalls,
and all suchi articles ais are required by
We are also p~repal-ed to furinish first
class Guanos at, fair prices.
R. C. GOODING,
T.1. K. ELLIOTIT.
LI TTLE S PPEEDY
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED AT THE
GEORGIA STATE FAIR.
For Cheapiness, Situplicity and
Durability this Sheller stands with
out a rival.
PR ICZC, ON LY $5.00.
R. S. DESPORTES & CO.,
Agents, Bidigeway, S. C.
For Sale by
U. G. DESPORTES,
Winnsboro, S. C.
NOTICE TO OREDITORS.
ALL persons holding claims, of what
soover nature, against the Estate of
JONATHAN 0. MATTHEWS,- deensed
are hereby required to establish their de
mnands before the Court of Probate or
Fairfield County, on the first day of
March, A. P. 1880, at ten o'clook in the
January 27, 1880,
J. R. BOYLES,
Jan 20-txt Judge of Probate.
J. E. MCBONALD,
ATTOflNEY AT LA W,.
NO. 8 LAWV RAG
WF' In 11te of court House.
The friends of Ew. Jarnes G. Heron, of
Salem;, respectfully nomninate him for the
offioc of Oounty .Ooimisbioner at the em.
etting pJeOtierf- .mubjool to the aotlon 'of
the Deonodratio prtgary,
IGHT BarTrelp, Now - Crop Now
A Fine Lot of Sugars-all grades.
Jackson's Best Family Flour.
Consisting in part of Mulo and
Horso Shoes, Nails, Trace Chains,
Red Rust Proof Oats, Fresh
Cheese and Macaroni, Raisins, Cur,
rants and Citron, CHEAP FOR
D. It. FeLENN M EN'S.
FlI 1, I NSU.1 NCE' A(ENCY
JAMES W. LAW.
') the IM1-in:
W!y o k-1* Vntp~rty? soee
Unily e%- t ol in.n. SI at 3 per
cT1 1er nn1u11iu it; ('nll%. cents.
At. 2.1 per cewt. per ;mnum11 i Is oilv 7 c
At 1,1 per cnt. ier anim is only 4 c.
At 1 per cer t. por ann itu i is o ny 21 c.
At ' percent. per annuin is onl.y 2 c.
At ier ocnt for 3 year.< is only 1.88 c.
At I per cent. for 3 years is on iy 1.35 c.
At I per cent. for 5 years s only 0.88 c,
At - per cent. for 5 years only 1.1 C.
Dwellinp; in I own or couutr-, detach
ed. insliifi at the filollowing rates, viz.:
Yor one) year per Cent.
For three yenrs 1.1 per ccnt.
For live years ::j per cent.
arnR i1 COtOit, gill 11011-<C, blibid
Cotton, Storw houses, mercbandl ise, niila
a nd churclie iln bleat adelgnate rates.
I represent only the very best compa
nies oflong experience and well establish.
JAMES W. LAW,
nov 22-Cm Agent.
COME AND SEE
COIIIIOV & Clf ll ^r' .
FINE Walnut Clocks, G'old and Sil
ver Watches, Jewelry of liHl(descrip
tionis, Sterling Silver and Platedware.
Carvers, Bread,' Table and Pocket
Fine China and Glass Tea-Sets.
Pitchers, Preserves, Goblets, Tum
Valses, Toilet Sets, Mugs, Cups, &c.
Lamps a111Tulamp Bu~rniers which make
acident s impjossile. Violinis, Bows,
Bluy Not ions, White Goods, Hosiery
and Calicoes at the corraer store of J.
M. Beat-y & Co.
Newv Goods of all kinds continually
arriving at J. M. Beaty & Co.'s, on
Rlemrembier J. M. Becaty & Co. make
a spiecialtyv of the Bay State Standard
Screw Shoes, at the store oni thec corner.
A nice stock of good Lanndried and
Unalaun adried Shirls, Collars, Neck wear
&c., at J. M. Becaty & Co.'s corner
J. M. Beity & Co. are selling Cloth
jiE inIats, llubber Suits andi Shoes at
lowest cash1 prices.
Elegant Caslimeres, Momnin Cloth,
W.'orsted, AIlpacasR, D)ress Linings,
Crinoline, &c., at J. M. Becaty & Co.'s
You ill find Bleached Goods, Sea
Island Goods, D)omestices, Tickiugs,
Kerseys and Jeans at the corner store
of J. M.Beaty & Co.
Groceries of all kinds, Canidy, Crack
era, Tobacco, Crockery WVoodon ware,
Plows, Cutlery, Shot, Powder, etc..
always in1 stock at the corner store of
J. M.BJeaty & Co.
JUST ARRtIVED one of the' finest as.
sortmente of Liquors an the floro. One
Barrel of Gibson's Celebrated Old Nectar,
1840; Three Barrels of line old ye Whis
key: ht, Old Imperial Cabinet VhIskey,
0 years old' 2nd, also, the Mabel Belle, 9
ditt; 3rd,i oanaoke itye the old eet,Iis
ditto. Oora Whiskey of te best grades.
North Carolina Corn,8weet and Sonr Mash'
of the bestgrades. Also, Wines and Bran,
7dies of the finest brands, I have also a
On'e lot of Cigarmi and Tobacco which I
will disooe of at reasonable prices ~ for
cash only. Give me a call, and Iwill treat
you riht Philadelphia La Br;eer all
ways on hand frot e oolebradc firm of
Beger and Engel . can fA gi cat
, #u~o door to D R i ln'n e'o
TM TH E CITIZENS OF FAIRFIFLD:
I H AVE established a Sale Stable at
Winsboro, an(d 4%nm prepared to
;elI stock stoek oin very accommotiot
ing terils, either ihr11 cash or l timet.
mitil Iext fa21 for neI'gotIable paper.
Persons wishing to buy or swap will
fIo well to aill oi mie before purlhitas
I will lso pay the highest cash price
CORN AN1* FODDER
Delivered at my Stable on CongrIs
itreet. located one door south of thcl
-: o -
FULL STOOK of the choicest and
most varied asoriment of GO ds
for the Holidays.
We invite the public's attention
particulaily to our
50 CENTS KID GLOVES.
Tbeso are extra chea) and worth
1A harly inspection.
Ladies' Silk Scarfs and Ties, Ladies'
Han:dkerchiefs in Boxes at the very
P. L1NDEHER & BRO.
FRESH A RRIVALS.
ALL SORTS OF NICE GROCERIES
Fresh Augusta Flour, of all brands, Fresh
Buckwheat Flour, Kentucky- Dried Beef,
Breakfast Stri isR, Now Moss i norel, Now
Mess Shad, Eishl n nil sized ?acageR,
suitable for plantation use. 1Puro Leaf
I-ard in cans, bnekets and tubs. Seed and
J.ating Irish Potatoes, Garden Seeds, etc.
Steel Plows, Collens & Co.'s AxOS,
Boxes Chewing Tobacco, all grades,
cents per lb. and upward.
.A larg'i stock of Llquors, Wines, andic
Cigars. Give mec a call.
W1 II. D)ONLY,
dee, 18 Oni the Corner.
E respectfully call the attention of
thtepublie to onr new lot of
(Goods, and request an inspection of thoem
beforo purchasimg Our goods have been
carefully selected, bought at bottom
prices, and will be sold1 as low as they
can ho bought from anybody anywhere.
We would call theo attention of the
ladies to our line of Cloaks, Dress goods,
Fancy Goods, Hosiery, etc. A very pret
ty assortment of Ties and other N~ek
Goods. Laces, Edlginigs, Frillings, etc. in
Our Gents' Goods department is com
plete in every thing.
In heavy goods, such as Jeans, Kerseys,
Flannels, Hlomespuns, Blankets, &c., we
are full up, at thle los est prices.
SHOES! SHOES!! SHOES!!!
Come and examine our Shoes before
buying. Call and see our stock, and we
will convince yon that we sell goods as
cheap as anybodiy.
We are agents for J. & P. Coat.-,'
Spool Cotton. and Bolding Bros. & Co.'s
Spool Silk-Now York Prices.
ot McMASTERI, BRICEC & CO..
Messrs. EdUora: Please announce 11
3. Preston Cooper as a candidate for the
Democratic nomination for sheriff at the
conilng eteetion (subjeet to the decision
of the primary election) and oblige many
friends in the
SoVDTRWZSTRN LFORTION. 01 TU3 COUNTT.
TH3 WORILD I
in woitrmimmhip is equai to a Clronon
ed s ia first -elaSs Pi:no. It rc(oiv(o1 I
andl C4.mtennial Kxp~otiofi f'. IT "WV.
other 1ies1 ). 11 t nleitY is n1ulmi
MACHINES mold in lw United States
oteiors. Tlie W1ILSON ME'NDNG A'
of repoiring WITH O UT PATC l N h0,
AGENTS) vX"'7w1 h y'
GEORG A. CLAM,
400 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
The distinctive featlurs of this spool
enttc n are that it is mude from tho very
SERA ISLAND COTTON.
It. is fin1i'hd sort. as tho cotton from
which it iNs mad; it. has no waxing or
aritillial finish to deceivo the eves; it i8
the strongest., ti-noothest and mosl elnsitic
inxI41 thread in t,ho ar kef ; for machine
sewing it has~ no equal;21 it is wouind on
W H IT E S PO OL 8.
The Blach iR
ever produced in spoo0l1entton, being
dlyed by a system platenItedI by3 ours1les.
Thei colors are dyedi byV the
NEW ANILINE PRlOCERS
rondecring thema RO perfect and1 b)rilant
that (1drs-maker2 every whe ro use them
insItead of Rsow~inlghilk..
A Gold Medal was12 aiwarded th is Rpool
cotton at, Paris. 187$, for "'greait s1irenlgI h
and ''general excellence" being the high
est award given for spo cotten1.
We inivito comnparison nnd respetfully
ask iadios to givo it a fair trial nnd con
vinco themlholves of its superiority' over
To be had at wholesale and retail of
J. 0. UJOAG.
sods Awaoro na,
far int4 ione of ae ypin .0(00o
be r Oil d tienx i y 0p1MSU
ee .lh, and as .ognu tly fiish-.
he hi( he mv(re at the, iEnInatho
i ONE",OURTH1- PFA ITER thanl
tvd. Thler( tuero " WISON
thanl the e(t.Pined F."aelo'i of nol tl-t,
l'TACIDIENT, for doing all hinds
givenl FRcnt achmnaah.
Fall CT~ , H. 1____
~3 0 UNION SUR
lASS. NEW--YORlKITY.K .
F'or Diseaseos of tho
Throat and Lungs,
S sitchras Coughs, Colds,
W :rctts, Asthma,
le reput nC ion it haq nitiiell, in en'ncetenteto ot
hie mi:trvllous ettLres it sproitii~I citin~g tho
ait. litl centitry, is at stflictit, utstin to (te
stblic thant It will continuei~ i ton nile Ii: hipless
estilts(liat enui lhe duieireot. In nintosi, every
ction of country thero are persons, pibllyW
niowni,whot hiave bteen restoredl Crow~ r~itt'ming anu'
rcn <lesperato disenses of te luatigs, by Its use.
\tl l 3w yme tritrII l,aentowledigo 1(it uprlority ;
tmlhurtere tVittvitt sre1:ntwin,noneitt)0)cinlecs
is to whuat meiu'licine to etiiuiliy ti) reliore thie dls.
ress anu .iittermin to ieeliar tou pitlaiuty at~ec.
tant telelief, nitul p'orwt ia rth entres o1 the
ntilelerivutrictltir o inlllisi her, at.welI as
Io more tumn i.Iable iliscanses ot :' lIiings.
Ais.it :rttfiarnlochiiti,attitet h ttress.
ng~ <lsisnse which be-uet tintl Troat nuim Chest of
3hilihooI, it is ii n ltale ; fr, by its (inuely utse,
muilti tides't ate reseued iinil restoredl Io hic:tlthu.
Thli- inediie insii) t'ieti t c(rery til, as
heo enreso it is constantly proihteing niro to.) ie
inrkl~e (lto beroigutten. No tiit iotilsl bo
vithtont It, nnd those who hanvo unce uscal it
tever' n ill.
Eiient, Physicians throtghoutt the country
'oescribo itoinl Clergyinten eoiiin reconunentil4
'ruiu-their Lmowledge Ot' its en'ects.
r, J, C. AYER & CO,; Lowell, Mass,
[TOLLO WAY 'S P1LLS!
"I had not appeft it(; IHollowaty's Pjil
"'Your Pitls aro mf arvlou."
"[ end for anotThr box, ant koep them
n the hanswo."'
"Dr. How at.y htas oured my hodaho
,hat wast~ chron11ic.
"1 gav'o ono of your P'ill to ny babe
tO 1r 10 choer mrims. '.Th'e dear little
hing got well in it day."
"'tly nanwea of a mnorning is nlow
liYoum r blX of llolloway'is Ointment
nred ec of noisei in tiho head. i
obbed)Qf some0 of yoiur Ointmevnt' behind.
he enrs iandi the ntoi'n hat left."
"1Stuied 11o0 two Loxes; I want one for a
"'I encloso a dollair; your prico is 25
ents, but the tulieino to 11 i worth a
"Son a mr five( boxon of your Phlls,"
"'Let e0 hiae thee boxe of your
wis ,,by return mail, for chlls 'and
%I have over 209) ich fonilmoninl as
1)ee, but Ilt. of stpt' e choml)p'loolem to
Foni CunYA.:otVS DISORIDERS,
1andr all croAions of the skin, this Oint,
nen'ft is m1ost linvaluabje. It does not
icnic: externally izlone, butt peneiraten
vih ithe1 miosit seatrchling (fleots to the
(ery rcot of evi1.
AO L IO WA VS O TiTMENT.
Pounessed of hbin rcemedy, every ineit
uuay be on dic'tq.r. It ney be rubbed.
11t0 theO HyshI. mi. P0 as to r.:ach any In- '- "'
rnal 'omptlaltint; hya these tucOaJIs, cures
('oe ior tilects ini the( Itoat sttohob
ivor, spirn(e'r other parts. Itf is nIn-.
al!11b1e rertiedy for had le'gA, h)ad brealstff >
onttracoted or tiff jI ointIs, gout, rhioumit-Wy.
lonl. 01nd1fIll skin d iseasce. . -~
Itl-'otitNI' CAUrfoN.. -No~no tire genulno
F!s itO Iufqnniture oftJ. )~I1)av K tt s agui or
lie UnIted States sulrr0ude Cachk box of P1117
li Ilntment,. Boxes at Wconti, Ogtents, an
t'W Thereo Is corsiderable savin by' ta Idn~
ho large' size8. IIOLbow WA 1,(1
fob 15-1y 6~o 0'~c