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OWN AND COUNTY.
UESDAY, Febrtuary 1', : 1 1880.
Ti.nMs O1 TIE Niws AND 1ElMA LD.
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The followimn 1a tine seliedule of arrivalis on
the 0. U & A. Wta Irond, upon the basi t wash
Ington tine, whInli Is nmiiat MIxLcen ininus
- ahead of Winnsboeo tImn:
Columbln............ 10.5 a. ......... 10.48 p. in.
InytliOod,.....1...1. a. 1i. 1.41 1). Im.
ilitIdgevay........... 11591. in ........12.00 p. in.
W Intisboro .........12. . Ip rn.........12.81 a. i.
Blalckstock......... 1.1(, p. . .... 1 it. in
Cheitur............I 139 p. ......... 1.41 a. 11
Chester ............. 1.22 p. im......... 2.41 a. n.
blackslock....... 2.10 p ......... 8.10 a. m.
winnsbor. 2.50 p. in......... 3.57 i. in.
Vidgeway.......... 1.20 p- In......... 4.29 A. m
lIyLhe wood......... 8.8s . m........ 4 .18 i. In.
Columbia............ 4.20 p. m......... 6,B9 a. in
School Notice-John Boyd.
Theatre-goers, club-visitors, late
supper-takers and patrous of the horse
railroad owl-trainls, should all certain
ly have a bottle ol' Dr. Bull's Cougha
Syrup convenient. Gentlemen, vou
will need it.
Mr. D. E. McMaster returned onl
Sunday morning fr'om Baltimore,
where lie lad beenx engaged in the
study of imedicino , at the Maryland
Physicians' anad Surgeons' College. lie
will return in September to .complete
Qnite a large juantity of guano has
been brought to this place during the
last few weeks. From what we can
learn the farmers expect to invest
more largely in fertilizers this ycar
than they did the last, and we hope
they may make a large proflt oil their
TillE DIME READING.-TIe second
dime reading of the series was held
at Mr. ). It. Flenniken's on Friday
evenlilg. Owing to the inclement
weather the at tenlldalle was not large,
))11 tlhe evelling plassed Very pleasantly.
The next r'ead;ing will be held at the
same place two weeks fl'om Friday
The work on the colored' Methodist
Church is being rapidly p)ushed1 for.
ward( aind tile miemibers~ hop1e ere long
.to assemble iln their n1ew hlouse of'
worship. 0Our colored friends certain
ly deserve great credit for' their zeai
and enlergy in building 8such a large
and comfortable'clhurch so sooni after
the fire that destroyed their former
01ne. When completed, the present
.Church will compare ver'y favorably
with any ini the towvn.
A SAD D)EATr.-Intelligence wasI1 rel
cveonMonday mnorning ftesd
demn death of Mrs. J. B. Mobley, who
was8 residing inl Johnston conuty, Tex
as5. .Mrs. Mobley was the daughter' of
Mr. J. M. Elliot t, of this pluace, and
was married in 1876. lIn the latter
part of 1878 she removed wih hoer hus
band to TeOxas. She was a lady of fine
qualities of both heart and mnind, an'd
to natural talentZ ile had added high
culiture. She hlad a large unumber of
warm fr'iends inl Fairfld, whlo will all
be deeply p~ainecd to learn of her death.
Hecr familly, in the severe bereavement
. they have suffer'ed, have tihe heartfelt
sympathy of'these friends, and of our
TnE TELEORAPn OFICE.--The office
of tile Wester.n Union Telegraph iComn
panly 11as been moved back to the pas
senger depot, to tile great convenience
of the pleople. of Wlnnsboro. The
office was moved in consequence of a
mlisunlderstanding between the two
corporations. Tile Railroad Company
has for some time beeun desirous of tihe
change, but the agreement was only
made recently, and tihe office moved
back on Friday. Mr'. S. K. MeDon
aid, an experienced operator, is . again
in charge. Tile present managensenlt
of theltoad is much more accommadat
ing than Its predecessor was. - As we
haave often said, a spirit of liberality
will pay tenfold. Tile stock of tihe
Road is also rising and promises to be
*better In the future.
THE B. P'. UNION.-We learni that
the niemnbers of tile Bachelors' Protec
tive Union Intend to hold aprelimninary
meeting this evening in the Town Hlall
and take steps to expel thloto of Chiclr
stumber vho have rendered thaemselves
obrioxious to the aims and principles
of the .organization. The Union
is'not In a trivitig condition just at
present; for at leaet two-thirds of the
members htive rendored thlemselves
liable to the penalin presdribed in the
article of the constitution providing
for .expulsion.. We say this Withlout
fear, favor or affection, reward or the
hope of reward,. There have beeni en
tirely too many "moonlight drives"
*for the good of thle Union, and Art. 8
of thme constitution, known as the
"canqy anid soda-water rule," has be
coine a dead let'ter, and hence has no
binding effdeg uponi the members.
14oli'althe provisions of the coneti-'
oft nost grossly violated,
~oi~~a.~flf~antly so thai Art.
Const4ruling til article according.to- Its
letter and spirit, the members have
unil,fmly construed it in the light and 1
sentiment of tlie national air
"We'll not go home till morning,
We'll not go home till m 1orning,
Well,'lot go home till Iorning,
'Till daylight doth ippear."
TILE COTTON MO Y11A'ENT.
Shipments from Diferent Ralroad Stations
in thte County.
Ii response to i circular addressed
to the dillbrent agents on the tbree
railroads passin g through Fairileld,
we have received the following state
ments. Tie first, columu gives ship
ments 'rom Sept 1, 1879 to the 1st of
Fobruary. The second column gives
VIe shipments For the same time lost
year, and the third column gives the
estimate of bales yet unsold:
Blacokstock 1346. 1197. 350.1
W ilimsh-oro 9132. - -, .--.
iRidgeway 2156. --. --.
Doko 365. --. --.
Sheltonl 32:3. 3162. 100.1,
Strothier 542. 861. 200.
Littleton 31. 38. 20.
No returns have been received from
Woodward's or from Alston. black-1
stock and Shelton are border station.
But. nlone of the cotton that went di
rect to Columbia by wagon is estinmt- 1
ek. Nor have We received estiria(es
of cotton still unshipped, of wlci
there are still a large numbcr of bales,
an1(d will -h. will swell the crop several
thousanld umore. When we receive
full returns we will publish again,
and in the mean timte request soim.e
friend who is well posted in the cottoni
trade to take the figures given above
and make anl estimate for the county.
We are Imuch obliged to tle gentle
men who so kindly furnished these es
DOTS 1WoMr YHIt "DAR CORNER."
News Abouat the People's Iealtlh, Their
Schools, Crops, Politics and So Fortm.
[F.1OM AN OCCASIONAL CORLERPONDE)NT.)
Tihe health of tihe people in this
neighborhood is..very good, exceptinug
only a tw mild cases of pneUmonia.
The people have gone well to work on
their farms. We have a fair prospect
for a good crop of oats, but wheat is
looking rather badly on account of the
fly. We hope, however, that the cold
of the past few days will put an
end to the pest. Labor is somewhat
scarcer than it was this tine last year,
but it Is good. The best of feeling ex
ists between the two rades, and home
leaving, hog-stealing and the like seen
to be no more. The colored people
seem to have opened their eyes to their
ti u3 interests. Some of them in this
section are doing very well, owning
good stock, wagons, farming imple
ments, etc. The general outlook
about hlere is good. Money is more
plent.Iful thanoever, and on good paper
it may be obtained at low rates of in
terest. We have twvo splendid schools
in this neighborhood-one conducted
by that highly esteemed gentleman,
Professor Busby, and tho other by that
equally esteemed lady, Miss Lizzie
Anderson. itf we do not prospjer ini
the enjoyment of these goldemi oppor
tunities, it will be our own fault.
There is hardly any way to force a
blessing on any one against his wish.
"Ask, anid ye shall receive; seek, and
ye shall find."
WeT hear but little about p~olitlcs.
We sincerely hope that General Gary
and .our honored Hampton, as wvell
as that highly esteemed gentle
man, Colonel H~askell,- will-discontinue
to agitate their by-gone troubles. The
miost common mind can see that this
is no time f'or such things. We are
told every day of 14 new party, anid
are constantly heaing tliat the Demo
cratc prtyis corrulpt, gone to pieces,
an oo.Probably wve do need a new
party, with (lie first article of Its con
stitution as follows: For office, take
all transient loafers-such as are too
lazy to work, that live on the charity
of their poor kin, and sponge on the
good nature of their poor neighbors.
For national lea'ders of the most abili
ty-those who best understand the
knotty financial questions-take those
who know tihe least about their own
financial management. By so doing,
the pecople that do work and want to
work could do it; and whmen'they
go to., dinner or go home at night
they would not find a hungry gray
horse peoling their shade trees or eat
ing up their yard fence, or an old.
mule with his back-bone coming
through the haddle. Then we could
"render unto Cesar the things that are
Comsar's," and unto our own horse the
corn thatis lia. And after all the offices.I
should be filled, and the bounties
taken, wve could render unto'the Devil
the things that are his.
5UflVXVolw M |BBTING.
'o the Officers and Soldiers of Every
Command and Branch of Service in
the Late Confeder'ate Army, Riesid
ing in Fairfleld County:
At the request of several members
of difibrent Regiment, and Battalions
in tihe late Confederate Army, tve
earnestly ask that a~ meeting of all
such be had in thie. Court House on
Saturday, the 18th day of M1arch, for
tihe purpose of effecting a County As
seelation of such survivors-such 'or
ganization not to interfere with
Regimental organizations which are
or may come into existence. .The
remnante of some good old comma'~nds
liviug in the county are too few to get
up associations of their own. Other
counties are moving ini this direction;
whfashall Fairfleld- be behind? By
such organization some history of faet.
muight be pteserved for the generatione
who are to folloi us down the roead of
he Stage-of life. Wo. wore all erngog
Id In the samec "Lost Cause," why not
herefore all meet together. say once
t year, and have a good old jolly
,line? Let every ox-Confed In the
Jno. B. Davis, 15th S. C. logt.
J. R. Boyles, 12th 8. C. Regt.
W. U1. Kerr, 6th 8. C. Iegt.
Dullose Egleston, 2nd S. (. 1Regt.
11. C. Davis, 12th S. C. Regt.
1. N. Withers, Palnetto Sharp
-Camsar covered his bald hlead and
ftray atlir with i Ileol rown. Aver's
[In 'Vigorcovers grav heads with the
Itill iioro veleono locks of youth. *
-A Long Ishiud Dutchman, In read
ng an account of a imiecting ill New
.'ork City, 111110 to thle words, "The
necting thOn dissolved." lie could
Iot define he I meo nmning of the last, so
Ie rc'erredt to his dictiolnary, and felt,
matisied, fit at few iinte's at friend
mie in. whenz the D)utchmann siaid:
'Dv 1nnst, have very hot weddee in
ew York. I ret1 an agount oft a
noetinig vere ill tile peoples had melt
A Goon1 LivE-TI ilwavs k'nown
>y'his appearance. A iman* who lives
:t)nhflortlibly at home11, hats good dinl
irs, etc., will vlwvays show it in his
eisol. But there is another liver
nlore imlportanlt to man11-it is thle bad
iver-he liver that shotiuld regulate
he who'le sylem. I1, that is out of
1 mian in good for notllhi1--nn
ajoy n1otihing. To restore it to Feailt.h,
ise )r. G il lor's Liver Pills. A I'ew
loeses Vi1l relieve you. For sal. by
)a-. WV. E. Akiken. 1t
HE estimate for rchols in the differ
c. t districts, inec umg the two -mill
aIx and the poll, is its follows;
District Number One $650
District Number Two 900
Distribt Number Three. 50
District Number Four 430
District Number Five 600
District Nuimber Six 500
District Number Seven 410
Di-trict Number Eight g00
District Number Nine 750
District Number Tei 4()o
District Number Eleven - 500
District Nuimber Twelve 850
District Number Thirteen 1,000
District Number Fourteen 1,600
District Number Fiften, estimate not
All certificates issued in exess of appor
ionment are by law void. Trutees are
arnestly requested to secure the greatest
ossible attendance, as Cihe attendance of
ine year decides the apportionment of
he next. JOHN BOYD,
R. A] EANS DAVIS,
T. It. ROBERTSON,
Co. Board of Examiners.
fob 17 -1x1
Pianos ad Orans
LIKE :EVERYTHING E~LSE.
4 WORD TO THE WISE,
The prevailing boom has struck
~he Piat o and Organ trade. All
Ireation and their, relatives tare buy
ng instruments this year. Amnerien's
3ounltless factories can't half supply
the demand. Manufacturers have
lo. day unfilled orders enough to
keep them busy for tile next six
nonths. Material and labor cost
twanta five to fifty per cent more
tnafwmonlths since. Manufae
burers have raised prices and must
:ontinue to advance. The low prices
f the past won't comne again for
As yet we still- sell at old prices,
but we MUST ADVANCE SOON.
aive us your order NOW, for delivs
try of instruments at once or within
THREE MONTHS, and we will
guaranteo OLD PRICES, even if the
tavance comes. To do this we must
have immediate orders SO THAT
WE CAN CONTRACT AHEAD.
Don't hesitate. Don't delay. We
state the case precisely as it is.
Prices will advance VERY SOON
mna LARGELY, and those who wait
will pay for th, privilege. Take our
business advice and
Order at Once T
LTJDDEN & BATES'
Wholesale Piano and Orggni Dealers,
WJOTIC~E TO CREIDTOjj.
A.LIL persons holding camof what.
roNATHA&N 0. MATTHEWS,. deseased
ire hereby required to establish their do.
mnuds before the Court of Prolmats et
'air~eld County, on the first day' of
Mfaroh, A. ,D 1880, at teni o'olook in- thle
JanuaryB.7, 1880: , .ji
......., ? 3.R, BOYL*4
JUST RECEIVED I
JUST RECEIVED I
JUST RECEIVED !
A Pew Invoico
White and Colored Embroidorios
and Edgings at
EXTR A LOW PRICLS I
An e a cyell will repay ladies.
We 1.k yo-1 only to como to
StOck vnd to liar
the pi icos, and if you
do not find it to your ad
vantage to buy, we will not ask you
'to do so.
P. E L (KER & BR0.
BUY THE BEST!
LADIES,'Miess'fibd Infants' fine
Philadelphia. Celebrated "Standard
S'crewed" Shoes, mnalle by the Bay
State Shoe and Leather Co., ape
cialties at the Corner Store.
J. M.BEATY &CO.
IGHT Barrels, New Crop Neil
.J Oleanis Molasses.
A Fine Lot of Sugars-all grades,
Jackson's Best Family Flour.
Consisting in part of Mule adC
Horse Shoes, Nails, TIrace -Chains,
Red Rust Proof Oats, Freeli
Cheese and Macaroni, Raisins, Cur,
rants ana Citron, CHEAP FOli
Bluv Notions, Wite Goods, H~osier
and dalicoes at the corner store ofJ
M. Becaty & Co.
Rememiber J. M. Bleaty & Co. miake
a specialty of the Bay btate Standard
Screw Shoes, at the store oni the corner,
A nice stock of good Laudried and
Utnlaundried Shirts. Collars, Neckweai
&c., at J. M4. Beaty & Co.'s cornei
Elegant Cashmoes, Momic Cloths'
WVorsted, Alpacas Dress Linings
Crinoline, &c., at i. M. Beaty & Co,'i
You will find Bileachied Goods, Sea
Jsland Goods. Domestics, Tickings,
Kerseys and Jeans at the corner store
of J. M. Beaty & Co.
Groceries of'all kinds, Candy, Crack.
oe, Tobacco, Crockery Woodenwvare,
Plows,. Cntlery, Shot, Powder, etc.,
always in sta at the corner store of
J. M4. Beaty &Co.
CIGARS I CIGARS! CIGAIIS
TWO or th i r olgars.
)ediedead Cigaretto or sale at thE
Drug Store QfWi ~ g
TO TH E CITIZENS OF FAIRFIELD:
HAVE established a Sale Stable at
Winsboro, and am prepared to
sell stock stock on very accommodat
lug torms, eithor for cash or on time
until next fall for negotiable paper.
Persons wishing to buy or sway will
do well to call on me 'before 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
Jan 20 A. WILLIFORD,
C P, IPVTE1D
-' BARRELS Buist's selecoted Irish
O ' Potatoes, 1 car-load of White
Seed Oats, I car-load of Lime, and a ul
stook of selected
We are agents for the following br.ands
of Guanos: Patapsco, Lowe's Georgia
Formula, Acid Phosphate, G. Ober & Sons,
"oiuole Ammoniated Super Phosphate of
Lime and Dissolved Bone, South Caroli
Give ut, a call, and we will give you
J. F. McMASTER & CO.
ALL SORTS OF NICE GROCERIES
Fresh Augusta Flour, of all brands, Fresh
Buckwheat Flour, Ken tucky Dried Beef,
Breakfast Strips, Now Mefts Mackerel, New
Mesa Shad, Fsh in all sized nckages,
uuitable for plantation use, Pure Leaf
Lard ii. -ans, buckets and tubs, Seed and
Eating Irish Potatoes, Garden Seeds, etc.
Steel Plows, Collens & Co.'s A xer,
Boxes Chewing '1'obacco., all gr a des,
cents per lb. and upward.
A large stock of LI quoru, Wines, and
Cigars. Give me a call.
dec 18W Hi. DONLY,
dec 18On the Coiner.
Erespectfully eall the attention of
the public to our now lot of
Goods, and request an Inspection of thorn
before purchasing Our goods have been
carefully selected, bought at bottom
prices, and will be sold as low as they
can be bought from anybody anywhere.
We would call the attention of the
ladles to our line of Cloaks, Dress goods,
Fancy Goods, Hosiery. etc. A very pret
tassortment of Ties and other oock
Goods. Laces, Edgings, Frillings, etc. in
Our Gents' doods department is comn
plete In every thing.
In heavy goods, such as Jeans, Kersoys,
Flannels, Homespunu,, Blankets, &c., we
are full up, at the lowest prices.
SHOES I SHOES I! SHOES!!!
Come and examine our Shoes before
buying. Call and see our stock, and we
wil convince you that we sell goods as
chea as anybod.
#'We are agents for J. & P. onata'
Spool Cotton, and Belding Bros. & Co.'s
Spool Silk--New York Parfees.
SMcMASTER, BRICE & CO.
Mesere. Edito ra: Pieas.eannonnc. 31
J. Preston Cooper as a candidate for the
Democraticonotnination for sheriff at the
coming election (subject to the decision
of the primary election) and oblige many
friends in the
Bom-r*kseuxx Poar:0N or Tu COUNTT,
'I1RESH .Garden Se T th
U Oorner, Store. tIb
in workmanship is eqnal to a Chronor
od as a first-class Piano. It received
amd Centennial Expositior 1. IT SEm
other machines. Its enp'city i-4 unlin
MACHINES sold in the United Stintei
others. The WILSON MENDING A
of repairing WITHOUT PATCHINC(
WANTED. WRASON SEW
E.%TAB I[aSilE) 1 A2.
GEORGE A. OLARK,
400 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
The distinctive gcatureq of this spool
cottc n are that it is miade from the very
SEA ISLAND VOTTON.
It is finished soft as tho cotton from
which it is made; it has no waxing or
artillolal finish to deceive the eyes; it is
the strongest, s-noothest and nost elastic
sowign thread in the market; for machino
sewing it has no equal; it is wound on
WIIT E SP O OLS8.
ever p reduced in spool cotton, bcing
dyed by a aystem patented by ourselves.
The eolors are dyed by the
NEW ANILINE PROCESS
rendering themi so p)erfet and brillant'
that dlress-mnahors overyw~hecrc use them
instead of sewing silks.
A Gold Medal was awarded this spool1
cotton at Paris, 1878, for "great, strengh-'
and "general excellence" being the high
est a wardl given for spool cotten.
We invite comparison and respectfully
ask ladies to give it a fair trial and con
vince themselves of its superiority over
To be had at wholesale and retail of
J. 0. BIOAG.
COME AND SEE
COBROr & Chll1er's.
FINE Walnut Clocks, Gold and Sil
ver Watches, Jewelr'y of' a*l descrip
tions, Sterling Silver and Platediware.
Carver's, Brecad', Tale and Pocket
Fi no China and Glass Tca-Sets.
Pitchers, Preserves, Goblets, Tumn
Vases, Toilet Sets, Mugs, Cuips, &e.
Lampa and l.amp Burners which make
accidentsl mposslble. Violins, Bows,
JUST ARlItIVED one of the finest as
sortmnents of Liquo~rs in the Jioro. One.
Barrel of Gibson's Celebrated Old Netar,
1l840; Three Barrels of II ne oldlyelWhis.
key: 1st, 01d Imperial Cabinet Whiskey
9 years old' 2nd, also, the Mabel Belie, ti
dito3rd, Rloanoko itye, the oldest,18
ditto. Corn Whiskeyof the. best grades,
North Carolina Corn,Bweet end Sour Mash,
of the best grades. Also, Wies and Bran,
dies of th e finest brands, I have also a
fine lot of Cigars and TobAceo whlbh I
will dis'one of at reasonable prices . for
cash only.7 Qivo me a calI,' and I will treat
you right. Philadelpbia Lager Deer al
ways on hand-from te oalelbrated firm of
Bergerand E d.tl You aan finsd~ On t
i ti mes tb Dai'minder. thq1WnsborQ
Hoenext, dor to . . Ip nfd a,'~
'Alml IT UWmONg
N uA MACHINE
uetar 'Watch, and as -egantly finish..
the highest awards at the Vienna,
'S ONE-FOURTH FASTER than
itod. Tho are more WILSON
than the nombined 811108 of all tho
TTACHIMEN'r, for doing all kinda
-, given FREE with ench machine.
ING MACHINE 00,
-. U. S. A,
.OES N Tr
OHNSON, LARKA& J
30 UNION SQUARE
-AS NEW-YOR.K CITY..
For Diseases of the
Throat and Lungs,
such as Coughs, Colds,
The reptitation it has attained, in consetlitenco ov
the marvellons cures it has produced dtining the
last ialf centitry, is a stuficient asstirance to the
public that it will continue to realizo the hapilest
results that can b desIred. In almost every
section of counti thero are persons, piublicly
known ,who have been restorel from alarming and
oven desperate diseases of the lungs, by its use.
All who have trieil It,acknowletge its superiority;
and where its virtties are knowni, no one hesitates
as to what medleino to employ to relieve the dis.
tress and suiffering peculiar to Imionary arece.
tions. Curtan PECuonar,. always aiYor'lsia s.
stant relinf, and performs rapidi cutres of the
milder varsetles of bronchial lsortir, as well as
the more formidible dlIseases of the lungs.
,As a safegutard to childiren, anmid the dilstress.
lng diseases which beset tihe Throat an6 Chest of
ChIldhood, it is invahtablhe ; for, by its timely use,
multitudes are rescuedl und restoredt to heilh.
Tis medlIcinte gains friendis at every tr'ial, as
thme cures it is constatlly producsing na too re
markable to lie forgotten. No family shoulhd 120
without it, and those who havo once used it
E~minent Physicians throughout the coutntry
prescj'ibe it, and Clergymen often recommend it
from their knowledge of its effects.
Dr. i. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practicnl and Analytical Chemists.
BOLD BY ALL. DRUGGISTS EVEltY\YHERE.
T1IE~ FIEND OF ALL
"I had no allpptiteS;- Holloway's Pills
yO me1 ai heairty one."
"Your Pills are marvelous."
"I 50end for anothor1boxankopte
intlshke ." x n epte
"Dr. Ho loway hacured my headache
thtVas chronic.. -
'.1 gave one of y our Pills to tuy babe
for eholora miorbus. Tno dear little
thing got welil in a day."
"My nausea of' a morning is now
"Your box of Hlolloway's Ointment
onred me of noises in the head. I
rubbed somo of your Oim. no. behind
thse ears and the noise has left."
"Sond mne two boxes; I want one for a
"I eneloso a dollar; your price is 25
conts, but the '.nodicine to me is worth a
"Send me five boxes of your Pills."
"Lect mo have thsrec 'boxes of' your
Pills by roturn mail, for .ohulls and
I have ever 200 such testimonials as
th 080, but want of rapace compels.mo to
'FOR CUTANEOUS DISORDERS,
And all eruptions of thbo skin,-this OIn$
msent is most inavaluable. It6 does not
heal externally alone, but penetrates'
wir hs the most soarebing ofreets to, the'
very rcot of evil.
LO L LOW VA V'S OINT MENT.
Poessed101 of this remedy, overy -mon
may beo own doctor. It may be rubbed
into the cystems. so as to reaoh any in. ,
ternal comnplaint; by these mediss, cures
sores or ulcers in the' throit- stomachob
liver, apineor other-parlt It--is an in-' X%
fallible remedy for had legs, bad breasts,
contraceted or stiff 4oiltA, goti bhennia.~.)'
tism aind all skin c iseases, .'.
les. the ignatureof . ~' ona re tulti n.' :c
thes Uhitee State surroulndsoeach d*x ll
an Ointment. Joxes at 'AsCOntto 85celt, J
1.1 'Meore is considerable Bavint b takt
lho largot flaps. HOLO.W rt. *
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