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WN AND COUNTY.
A'URDAY, February 14, I : 1880.
tncMs or Tin, NEWs AND IEnALD.
.l'ri--weekly edition, four dollars per
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advance. Liberal discount to clubs
five an~d upwards.I
Rxri or Aivwir18ING;.-One dollar
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ty cents per Inch for each sub(se( tent
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rtisemients, of waintever nalt' ze, and
paalble strictly inl advancet. (on
ets for three, six or twelve months
do on very liberal terms. Trai
nt local nlotices, fificeni cents per
e for the first insertion and seven
d one-half' cepts per line for each
sequenit insertion. Obituaries and
mtes of- respect charged as adver
mnots. Simple announcements 01
ri)ages and deaths published free ot
prge, and solicited.
11 Communications, of -whatsoever
ture, should he a(lddressed to the
isboro Publishing Company
1msboro, S. C.
'he fonowing 1. tite scliedulo of arrivals on
0. 0. & A. ItnIroad, upon thle basis of Wash
toil tnie, which Is oi)out, sixteen jniiites
ad of wh'insboro I Imhe:
iumbia............10 5a a. in.........10.48 p. in.
ythewood,........ 1'.49 it. in......... I. p. mn.
dgowaly...........11.59 . in ... 2.0 1 p. im.
iniisboro..........1 lp m......... j2.31 n. n..
ackstock.......... 1.109 p. ......... 1.12 n. m
eSter...........I 819 p.11......... 1.41 a. in
ester ............. 1.22 p. in......... 2.41 n. m.
ekstock.......... Y.10 p. In.......... 8.10 a. m.
nnsboro.......... 2.50 ). in......... 3.57 a. in.
gewity........... 11.20 p' m......... 4.9 1t. In
tIh wood......... 8.3s ). il. 4.- s. In.
uiblu............ 4.20 p. in......... 0;0 i. Im
'or Probate Judge-AMany Friends
ust Received-P. Landecker &
Over three hundred bales of cott o
1 one one lot were sold in Winnsboro
on Wednesday. Prices ranged from 12
t 124 cents.
The contract for painting the Town
Hall building has been awarded to
Mr. Charles Nownhmn, of Columbia,
he being the lowest bidder. The work
,will commence at once.
We regret to learn that, Mr. Thomas
Hamilton, who has been living in
Winnsboro for a few iontlis past, is
seriously ill, with pneumonia. We
trust he may imfprove , and soon be re
stored to liealth.
There is no necessity to leglect
your business if you will only use Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup at once; the 11os t
reliable remedy in the world for
cough, colds, etc. Sold everywhere
Price 25 Cents.
Col. Jas. 11. Rion has recently been
in attendance on a meeting of tIhe board
of tIrusteos of the State University. He
thiuks the prospects of the Agricultur
al College very good indeed. Col.
Rion was elected a trustee by the first
Democratic Legislature. himself a
distinguished graduate of the old
South Carolina College. he has always
taken ai (10ep and1 active interest in the
wveifare of the Uuiversity,.
Thle Legislature is transacting nlo
business of' special lmnportalice. Tile
app~ropriationl bill Is moving on wvell iln
the House, while both branches arc do
voting their spare~ time f o legislation of
a local or special nature. Thlere seemIs
to be a determination on thme part of;
the mnembers to waste 110 time, anld to
COmeI 1home) as5 soon as p)ossible. The
Sinal aldjoni'mnfenlt will probaibly take
place on the 18th inst.
NEW A lvERhTIsEMIIENTs. -Mr. Jno.
L. Mimnaugh), of the "Angusta
Store,'" annlounlces that as lie exp~ects
80011 to leave for New York, to lay iln
his sprin~g suplply, lhe is offerinig his
presenlt stock at very low prices. Give
himl a call.
Messrs. P. Landeckor & Bro., ap
preciating the advantages of judicious
advertising in the columns of TinE
NEWS AND) IIEALD, have enllarged the
space whei'ein to toll their friends an d
customers whmere to buy goods. Read
Messrs. J. M. Beaty & Co. have also
found more space necessary to mention
the diflferent things to be found in
their spacious anid well-arranged es
tablishment oni the north-west corner
of Congress and Washingtou str eets
A perusal of their advertisements, fol
lowed by a visit to their store, will pay
FAT CATLE.--The Boonville, Mo.,
Advertiser contains a table giv ing the
uumber of cattle being fed by some
stock men in Franklin township, How
ard county. This table, shiowing the
name of the feeder, the number of
cattle, and their average weight, Is as
E. T. Smith............. 47 1400
H. Kingsbury..........240 1400
Rt. T. k.ngsbury..... .. . .65 1600
W. WV.8mith............ 80 1400
B. M. Chancellor..... ... 14 1400
Ri. E. Nance............ 77 1600
T. HI. Todd ...........186 1600
G. 0.'Edwards .......... 68 1600
J. D. Chorn............655 1600
Wallace Estlill........... 27 1600
do (d0 yearlings 14 1250
J.l. Et111............. 120 1600
N. G. Elli'ott..... ......50 1600
J. S. &lH.W.'Elliott. 60 1600
The samne paper also says: "These
cattle will be ready for market by the
middle of April. Some of them 'are
ready unow, Wallace Estill has sixty
head feeding at Ridge Prairie, Saline
county, that will weIgh 1600. There
have been several bunehes of cattle
sold in the lait few days, in Howard
county, Mr. Nance Bold. seventy
head, weighing 1660; J. C. Moore
sold forty-two head weIghing 1426;
Capt. Kihmey sold thirty head weigh
.lng 1810; and N. G. Elliot sold fifty
head weighing 1500 pounds.
Tziu AOntIOULtRAt, OLLZOs.-The
,Board of Tr'tsteds of the Univoesty
snet at Col iiN4pa~Wednaday night
JA the Govet'ntws odo e~vry mom.
bor was presont. It was decided to
putIu repair the tenement buildings,
the professors' hotisCe and the recita
tion rooms, especially those on the
south side ofthe campus, as they do
not seCm so much out of repair as i
those oin the north side. They expect I
to get rooms enough ready by the fir, t i
of October to accommodate about oi o
hundred and thirty-live students. Th i
twelve-acre lot outside of the camipus 1
is to be enclosed and used as a farm.
Foir professorships will be established: i
First. A chair of analytical and agri
cultural chemistry, and of practical I
agriculture. Second. A chair of min
ralogy, g(ology, z )ology and botan:,
Third. A chair of mathematics, iatiu
rIl philosophy and mechanics. Fourth.
A chair of English hlnguage and litera- i
ture, including Belles Lettres. Thlei
saiaries of these proiessors is not to be
less thaa $2,000 each per annum, with
a house to live in. There will be a
superintendont of the farm and a
foreman of the mechanical department,
oach with a salary of 0750 a yoar and a 1
house. These professors and officers
ire to be elected on the secoid
Wedlesday in May next, at which
time the next regular meeting of the
Board will take placc.
TLIJ F LOtID1 YET 1ANS.
Celebrat ion of the Forty-fourth Anniversary
of the D3aiarture of the Fairfield Compa
iy to the Seminole War.
On Wednesday morning the Fairfield
murvivors of the Florida war had their
umual reunion inl Winmisboro. Of
aiighty-seven who volunteered in the
Ilirlield comipany only twenty -one
iiow survive, and these are seal teredI
i dif'erent States, so that on Wednes
dlay only live of the numiber answered
Le roll-Maj. B. 11. Robertson, Dr.
T. T. Robertson, Dr. E. A. Gibson,
Mr. It. E. Ellison, Sr., and Mr. Thom
as Sloan. There was not much busi
tess to transact, and the morning meet
ing was devoted chiefly to social inter
course and a revival of the memories
of Auld Lanig Syne. The chief event
was the almiversary dinmer at Morris'
Hotel. Att half-past three o'clock the
survivors and their invited guests,
twenty-two in mill, were gaithered
round the hospitable board, where an
ample feast was spread. Three wars
were represented at the table, while
Maj. B. It. Robertson represented all
three. After the substantials were dis
posed of a number of toasts were
drunk. The first was offered by Mr.
R. E. Ellison, Sr., as follows: "The
judiciary of Sonth Carolina-honored
and honorable -in the past, and here
worthily represented by the Judge of
the Sixth Circuit."
This was responded to by Judge T..
J. Mackey in anl eloquent strain, in
which he showed that those who in the
world's history hiae been most distin.
guished in arms have also been the
strongest supporters of the law and of
peace. Then adverting to a subject of
interest to those present, he gave an
account of his recent visit to Washing
ton, as a member of the National Comn
mittee of Mexican Veterans, in behalf
of the bill to pension the veterans of
the Iudian and Mexican wars. He
then readi p)rtionls of the report of the
House committee advocating the pas
sage of the bill, anid assured his hear
era that the passage gf. the bill was be
yond the shadow of a doubt. Judge
Mackey elicited frequent appl auso.
The next toast w as to Mount Zion In-.
stitute and its Principal, which was re
sponided to by Mr. Means Davis, who
co ngraitui ated the survivors on their
hale appearance, wvhich doubtless was
duo partly to theoir determination to
stick it out until those pensions were
Dr. Robertson then proposed "The
friend of all su rvivors-General John
Blratton." General Bratton in re
sponse said he had come oun the ex
press condition that Judge Mackey
should do his speaking for him, and
that the contract had been violated.
He was happy to do honor to the
Florida veterans. A prompt response
to the country's call is the true test of
patriotism, endurance in the field a
matter of manhood. Though the
Florida war had happily caused no se
rious fighting, still the prompt response
of the Florida veterans paved the way
for gallant deeds in subsequent wars.
Mr. Ellison next proposed "The Bar
of Winnsboro, distinguished for its
high moral character and legal abili
ty." This brought out Mr. J. S. Rey
plolds, who responded 'in appropriate
Mr. Ellison next proposed "Fair
field's choice for Congress--Major T.
W. Woodwvard." Major Woodwvard
responded ini a humorous speech wvhich
brought down the house; and his con
cluding hint, "Its a long time bet ween
drinks," was not lost on at least a por
tioni of the assembly'.
Dr. Robertson gave an interesting
account of the campaign, and exhibited
a percussion pistol, one of the first of:
its kind that had been borne through
the campaign, by Orderly Sergeant
James R. Aiken. Judge Mackey rc
lated several Incidents of the late war
In his best vein.
After the toast "To the "sixty-six
who have passed away," drunk in
silence and standing, and on6 to "our
absent comrades," the party dispersed.
The affair was a complete social suc
cess. May the survivors'ever survive.
OUR COUNTY AFFAIRI4
Presentment of thge 0rand Jury at the It.
eent Term of the Court of Seustons--A Vey
The following is the presettnient of
thle grand jury at the recent term of
the Cour. of General Sessions for -this
To his Hnor T'u. Mackeyj, .Pr~estd
The grand Jury respeepttlly i-aport:
.The county jail is in good condition.
The cells are cl~an apd the prisorier.
well cared for. -
Tihe court-house is In good conditIon,
Thie poor iouso was tound to be in
good condition. The inmates are well
3ared for and kindly treated.
There are four bastad children It
hl1o poor house, whose fathers hav
Jeen sworn to them, but they are still
upported at. the expensoe of the county,
The public offices were all f% u id to b(
n good condition, and the books proper
y kept, as fir as could be ascerlained.
The Trial Justices' books were fouu
-orrect as far as could be ascertained
The roads and bridges ire reporte(
o us as :eing in condition. .
Tie grand jury having beeii inform
-d that portions of the public fticc
vere constructed out of inferior mate
-ial, they recommend that when tle
nine be repaired the best material b
Tile grand jury make the following
That the public buildings be insureI
-espechilly the poor house buildings,
I liat a sewing miachine be
mi'chnsed for the poor house, as the
nation has a great deal of clothing tc
nake and repair; also, that a good
aborer be employed to assist iii'gener
i1 work. at the poor house.
That thejail yard be supplied with
That t he w'lidow sasics in the gran(
ury and judge of probate's rooms be
The grand jury recommend that the
etition of Johi P. Elkin for iretail
iquor license bw granted, and fix the
iconse fee at liftv (1011111s.
The grandi ju'y sllubIit tl lImCxcd
)per ntrkel ' "Exhibit A," us a i Part
A, this Ieport, Which coltains the es
linate for ordinary anld spe-cial tax,
,ouit i.y ( It~tiij and costuial chool tax
or thlie fiscal year 1679; also, the an
iexed pmper iuirked " B," ats at part of
,his report, which contains the repori
>f John Bod, school conillissionler.
'h1e county is out of debt, except a
leicienev of six or seven hiIndred
?Ire(l dollars ofpast due claims of' for
ner y'ears, to pay which a special ap
,rOpr-iatioll of one-fit'th of a muil' haI
[(ell asked for and granted by the
The grvand jury deei' it proper Ic
ilotice the clcihencv with which th(
school coimmis-io1er haes timnaged thi<
aducational iterests of the county.
The grand jumry's attention has 'beem
,alled to the refusal by .the conmit
1-Ommllissioners to build a blritdge acros,
the east fork of Little River, at thc oli
Adger bridge site, although tle granl
jury for the year 1879 had recommend
ed thebu'lhing of tile same. Thisgram:
jury have -lexamiiied into the matter
and regard such refusal as cminentli
Tc gr'and jury congratulate th
people of the county upon' the peace all
harmnony which prevail between boti
races, upon the return ofan enceourag
ing degree of prosperity, and upon lit1
diminution of crime so far as relates t<
the property of the citizen.
The grand jury recommend tha
State witnesses be compelled to attem
coart promptly at its openiing, so a
not to detaim the business of thi
The grand jury extend to your Toi
or a most cordial welcome upon you
return to your circuit, thank you fo
the kindness you have shown them ii
assisting themm ill the disclarge of the!
dluties, and r'efer with pleasure to th
ability and dispatch with which you
Honor has1 admninister'ed tihe law.
J. F. V. LE~O, Foreman.
Showing (1) the. value of real an<
personal property, (2) the r'ate of taxi
tioni for the several p~urp'oses fixed b:
law, and (3) the amount realized fo
each of such purposes:
Value of Real Estate $2,072,93
Value of Personal
Levy for county pur
poses-.--- --.--3 mill
Fence tax (except in
Nos. 6 and 8)...... i ml
For p~ast indebtedness 1-5 mi
C.>nsti~u lonal school
tax. . - -..... ...2 mill
Total County Tax, 5band 19-20 mill
Amount of ordhinary
county tax.. $10,459.5
Amount of fence tax 2,357.2
Amount of deficiency
Total County Tax $20,462.0
Being a communication from thm
county school commissioner:
WINNsnono, Feb. 10, 1880.
GENTLEMEN OF THE GRAND JURY
Enclosed you will find the number c
public schools in the county during tih
Number of white schools 5
Number of colored schools 2
Total niumber of schools 8
Males Females Tote
Numiberof white children 2%9 041 181
Number of colored " 1285 3T 118 4
Grind Total... ........ 1994 1818 8sf
It affords me much pleasure to b
able to state that all schools claim
ii hich have been presented have bee1
paid(, and money on hand to pay u:
ally certificates which have been al.
proved by your Commissioner, an<
that have not been presenited.
JOHN BOYD, 8. C. F. C.
11 ME NEAL.
MARRIED-O the 10th of Februa
ry, at the residence of the bride'
fathmer, at GIlbert Hollow, Lexlngto1
county, by the Rev. M. H. Pooser
MR. W. H. DONLY, of Winnsboro, ta
Miss ELLA LEWIE, of GIlbert Hollow
A Goon LIvER--IS always knowi
by his appearancee. A mnan who live
comfortably at home, has good din
neorA, etc., will always show it In hi
person. But there Is another live
more Important to man-It Is the ban
lvei--the liver that should regulat<
the whole system. If that Is out o
fxi 3rnan Is good for nothing-cal
enjoy nothing. To restore It toihealthi
itse Dr'. Gilder's Liver Pills. A te,
doses will relieve you. f'or aid b~
Npw Goode of alL kMpsI oontinnall
i ety go.
JUST RECEIVED I
A New Invoice
White and Colored Embroider
and Edgings at
EXTRA LOW PRICES !
An early call will repay ladi
We ask you only to cmao
atock nd to hear
the prices, and if you
do not find it to your ad
vantage to buy, we will not ask:
to do so.
PI j x m: CK Ei & B nO0
BUY THE BEST!|
r BUY THE BEY& C
5SIHoe ares, maebyZee CrBoptho
V Filie ot horne Suare-a.r
- JJksn' Bes EAy &lo C(
R e Ruot Pof u asa, Fr
Choese andoMacaronl,,Raisins, (
C-es Buins, Whcroie Raoods, Ho
ant Canicsatrteon r CH E o
M. CASHat o
ReerJM. Beaty & C.
7 a specialty of the Bay State Stani
Screw Shoes, at the store oni the 001
i A nice stock of good Lanndri'ed
7Unhaundriedl Shirts. Collars, Necks
- &c., at J. M. Beaty & Co.'s co:
Elegant Cashmeres, Momie Ck
Worsted, Alpacas, Dress Lini
Crinoline. &c., at J. M. Beaty & (
You will And Bleached Goods,
s Island Goode, Domestics, Tickil
I Kerseys and Jeans at the corner s
', of J. M. Beaty & Co..
.Groceries of all kinds, Candy, Crn
oe, Tobacco, Crockery Woodenw
Plows, Cutlery, Shot, Powder, <
m always in stock at the corner stort
J. M.IBeaty &Co.
'CIGARS! CIGARS! CIGAI
IWO or throo'thousand fair pig
~ eded Cigarettes, for s te at
TO TIE CITIZEN8 OF FAIRFIELD:
IIAVE estabilled a Sale Stable at
Wiiisboro, and amn prepared to
sell stock stoek oil very accoummodat
ing terms, either 1r cash1 or oi time
un1til nlext hill for nlegotiable paper.
Persons vishiing to biuy, or swap will
do w'ell to enll on m1e bfotro purchas
I will also pay the highest cash price
CORN AND FODDER
Delivered at my Stable on Congress
Street, located one door south of the
- BARRELS Buist's srlected Irish
Potatoes, 1 car-load if Whit(
Seed Onta, 1 car-load of Lime, sd a iul
stock of iselectod
We are agents for the following br.mai
of Guanos: Patapsco, Lowe's Georgia
Formula, Acid Phosphato, G. Ober & Sons
oiuolo Ammoniated Super Phosphate o
Lime and Dissolved Bone, South Caroli.
Give us a call, and we will give yo
J. F. McMASTER & CO.
- ALL SORTS OF NICE GROCERIEk
line Fresh Augusta Flour, of all brands, Free'
Buckwheat Flour, Kentucky Dried Be
f, f lreakfast Strips, New Moss Mackerel, N 1
Mess Shad, Fih in all sIzed packager
Lard suitable for plantation use, Pure Lea
Lard in cans, buckets end tubs, Seod an<
Bay Eating Irish Potatoes, Garden Seeds, etc
S Steel Plows, Collens & Co.'s Axes,
,Boxes Chewing Tobacco, all gr ades,
cents per lb. and upward.
A large stock of Llquore, Wins n
Cigars. Give me a call. n., n
a. dcW H. DONLY,
e. do18 On the Corner.
ur' respectfully call the attention o
ORw the public to our new lot o
Goods, and request an inspection of then
before purchasmg Our goods have beer
carefully selecteui, bQgght at botton
prices, and will be sioltt as low as thea
* an be bought from anybody anywhere
-..... We would call the attention of th1
iorv ladies to 'our line of Cloaks, Dress goods
l' . Fanoy Goods, Hosiery, etc. A very pret
ty assortment of Tics and other Neoi
Goods. Laoes, Edgirag., Frillings, etc. it
ake GREAT VARIETY.
necr. Our Genta' Goods department is comn
plet. in every thing.
and In heavy goods, such as Jeans, Norseys,
f'ear Flannels, Homespun., Blankets, &O., wA
rner are full up, at th lowest prices.
SHOES! SHOES!! SHOES!
bCome and examine our Shes befort
bu ying. Call and see our stock, and we
wil cnvince you that we sell goods ar
Weare agents for J. & P. Coata
Sea SolCotton. and Belding Bros. & Co.'i
rigs, Spol 8i1k-Now York Prices,
t.~McMASTER, BRIICEC & CO.
of Messrs. FBdko re: Please ainnonnee 31
J. Preston Oooper as a candidate for the
- Demoorattioomination for sheriff at th4
LS I ognping qlection (subject to the decision
of the prlwy eleotlon) and ob~iesa
friends in theo
EI~SI Garden g ~ he
. corn Str
WIL S 0N S E W
in workmanship is equal to a Chror
ed as a flrst-class Fintno. It reCOiVt
and Centennial Expositior s. IT 8F
other mllachilnes. Jts capacity is imIIl
MACHINES Hold in the United Sta
others. The Wl'ILSON MNENDING
of repairing WITHOUT PATCIIU
AGNTS SON SI
WA-TZD. O VTSSQ
E TA-B.-,i11F1, 1 12.
T RAD E
GEORGE A. OLARK,
4690 BROAUIWAY, NEW YORI
The distinctive features of this spo
ontt n are that it is made from the vet
SEA JSTAND COTTON.
It is finished sort as the cotton fro
:hich it is mado; it has no waxing
rtiflcial finish to deceive the eyes; it
lie strongest, a noothest and most clasti
o.vign thread in the market.; for machiu
i iwing it has no eqal; it is wound on
WIIT E S P OOLS8.
The Black is
,ver produced inh spool cotton, behi
'ed by a system pate'nted by ourselvt
"'oc " ire dlyed by3 the
NEW ANILINE PROCESS
-ondori..s L.om so perfect nd brillha1
hest dress-makers everywhero use the
astead of soeving silks.
A Gold Medal was awarded this spo0
-otton at, Paris. 1878, for "great strengti
-nd "genoral excellence" being thme h igJ
.st award give'n for spool cot ten.
Weo in vito comparison and respectful
msk ladies to give it a fair trial arid coi
inoo themiselves of its superiority ov
l'o be had at wholesale and retail of
J. 0. IIOAG.
COME AND) SEE
B EAUJTIFUL GODR
0OlllOr & hll~Ir'l
FINE Walnut Clocks, Gold and Si
ver Watches, Jewelry of' all descril
tions, Sterling Silver and Platedwar
Carvers, Bread, Table and Pock<
Fine China and Glass Tea-Sets.
Pitchers, Preserves, Goblets, Tun
Vases, Toilet Sets, Mugs, Cups, &<
Lampa and Lamp Burners which mal<
accidents Impossible. Violins; Bowl
JUST ARR~IVED ene of the finest a.
sortments of Liquors in the Bloro. On
Barrel of Gibson's Celebrated OldI Noetam
1840; Three Barrels of ine old Rye Whit
key: 14 Old Imperial Cabinet Whfskoy
9 years old - 2pd, also the Mobel Bolle,
ditto; 3rd, Itoanokejitye, -the oldesft, Ii
ditto. Corn WVhiskey~ of the best grade.
North Carolpa Corn,8weet an48eur Masli
of the bent grade*.' Also, Wines and Brati
dies of -the-Agast brands; I have also
8na lot of Olgarsi and 'Tobaeeo whish
iylli Nasose of at reasolmablo prices fo
eash only. Give mne'4 call, and I will tree
yOu righ . Philadelphia Laget fleer al
ways on 'hand from the o.ilbratedi frm c
Berger amt Eng .-You can Aind me s
all titnesat the Pa~~drthe Winnpe r
Hotel; rie dott 's
,ING MA U7COE
ometer Watch, and a4 ..g:mfltly finish,.
d the highest awatrds at the Vienna
vs O r."OURTH 1FASTER than
imited. There are o r eV WIfSON
Los than fhe combined sales of a1 tho
A.TTACHMEN'T, for doing all kinds
, given FREE with each mitchino.
VNG MACHINE 00s
Lif-1., lU. S. A,
-T 30UNION SQUARE
Ass.SS . NE-W-YOR :CITY.
For Diseases of the
Throat and Lungs,
such as Coughs, Colds,
-- . and Consumption.
The reptitation it has niitinedl, n cousequenbce ot
the mtrvelions ceres itl has protitcei ulttring lii
last half celitury, is a sitlilent assuirnnee to the
Pu1blic tlit it will cont iloue to realize the hnpploss
results that can be desiredi. 1N almost every
section of country there are persons, publicly
known ,who iarciheen restored from alarmingamitl
even lesperate diseases of the ligs, by Its use.
>r All wiohave tricdi it,acknowleIge its smuperiorliy;
i A t w h ilier its virtlties tire Ioowi, Ito 0110 liositatic
11s to wiat meicne to eliploy to relleve tile (lIs.
tress kinmi tfllerhig t'etilhar to pimioniiry nifec
Itions. CHtityu' Pacerio.. n iwnyst nifords ist.
stant rellof, ntt puerformts rapiul etires of' the
mildier variticu uof broucinid disoiiti s well na
the huore formiilthhi uli2,e~:ae~s ot' thu humgjs,
gA a sil fegntardi to chilhiren aiiti 11he tilstres8.
&. hng disensos wleh heut the0 Thoi t. nim Chest of
Childlhoodi, It is iitvahtnlIo; for, by 15 itslinly~ 1ts0,
1inutittes are resenciCl nuti rvstregl to healh.
it T lhis mueliliin gil ins thtis at every tial, na
Sthe cutres it is constantly pirodinitg are too re
m1narkable to bie forgotten. No lamily ithonhi be
without it, anti1 thoso who ha no uIdUl it
Eminent Physlcians thlrfoghiout the country
3'prescribe it, anti Clergy mam onten recommlueId it
from their knoiictgo of 11s oc'cts.
Dr,. .. C, AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass,,
-Practical and Analytical Chiemists.
BOLDJ fY A LL DR1UGGITS EVERnYWHE~RE.
TMEH FRIEND O1F ALTl
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Sfor oholora morbn. T1iio dlear little
thing got well iln a dlay."
".\y nansea of a morning in now
- "Your box of Ilolloway's Ointment -
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I have over 200 sutch testimonlals ats
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FOR CUTNF.Ova DISORDF.Rf,
.And all erniptloms of the skin, this Oin4
o ment In most inivailable. It does no~ h
heal externally hlone, but ponetratos
iih tihe mont searching effectstoh
very rcot of evil. l
.11 OLLO WA1Y'S OINTMEjNT
P'osnssed of this remedy, every man
may be own doctor. It may be rubbed,
into the syste-i, no ats to reach any In-.
tornal compjlaint; by these means, cures
sores 0or Iderrs in the throat ' Rtonach,
liver, spine or other pits. It is an - in
fallible remedyl3 for bad lege, bad breasts,
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tism and all k.iln diseases, *
fMoTAN AUTIoN.--d.el are gcvyuine uin.
10ms tile signature of eJ. HA YDCoo as agolt for
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e aeh. mont. Boxes at 95 contf, 62 conts, anti
e *1hre5 considerable.- saving b' tking *
the largo: sizes. HIOLLWAY .
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