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WINNSBORO. . .
Tuesdag, April 17, - - i900
TE CARPET BAG IN PUERTO RICO
It is natural for the people of the
South to oppose bitterly the carpet,
bag government of Puerto L.co. They
knoy what the iajiquify is, bat it is
not the South aone that denounces the
.- rule of the carpet-baggers. The North
East and West are against it. Whal
could be stronger than this from the
Philadelphia Record:
. "So gross in its iniquity is this civi
governmentssheme that its advocatei
in the-kongedare not afford time anc
opportunity to its opponents to dis
cuss iti provisions. With the pretense
of conferring on the people of Port<
-Rico a losal legislature the bill can.
ningly deprives that body of every at
tribute of legislative power. There is
- -not an-act of fhe so-called 'house of
delegates' that is not made subject to
the- veto .of a -carpet-bag executive
council.- To this council is given ex
clusive control of all legislation con
cernipg the grant of franchise. and
- =pririlege3 on- the island, whether of
railroads, telegraphs or waterworks.
Ag'arbitrary minister of Charles II
would have been ashamed to send
over sictr a o arter for a New England
colony as this Toraker bill for the
. goverment of Porto Rico. Under
Spanish rule Ithe Puertoriquenos had
at least representation in the csriez al
Madrid, and some voice in the manage
ment of their own affairs. Instead of
- this modium of self-government the
bill-about to pass the house gives the
Puertoriquenos an Qexecative council
of strangers, -x;,h power to despoil
them of their dearest franchises and
privileges.
The plea is made, nowever, that
-President McKinley in the merciful
e=ercia of-.bis power will so cousti
tate the exeetive council of :Porto
Riesiat a majarity:of its members
will be natives of the island. It comes
to this,. then-that the only - defense of
the Portoriquenos against an .rbi
trary and iniquitous act of congress is
in the forbeirance and moderation of
'the executive.' President McKinley
may or he may not - resist the clamor
of his partisans for offce and spoils in
Porto Rico, and 'hemay or may vat
refrain from'-patting a majarity ojf
carpet-bag-gere.in control of the island
*through bis exeeutive -concil. But
if he should give -every seat in the
exeoutive council to a native of Porto
Rico the bill would still be a great
iniquity. As a as of putting
Ferie Rico under control of a junta
of sttrangers it .ia worse than any
carpet-bag device for ruling the south
era.statea during the gloomy perIod
of reconstruction."
Another thn uk is
th paev:- "j ich
was applied to the South in. recon
stra,ction days. n
- THE reports as to the success of the A
-railroad operators' strike are so con- you
flicting-that it is impossible to decide
whether the strike is a success or not.
Lo.cally it- seert' to be a failure. We'
know nothing 'f the causes leading to
the strike. Natually people will syrn
pathise with tho operators, but they
* &should so conduct themselves as to
deserve sympathy. The destruction of
property will prejudice outsiders kidr
against the operators and the leaders
among them should counssi against the)
S.this. course. Any - man dissatisied ove:
with his job has the lawful right to Po~
- qniG bust he has net the right to de- trou
stroy his employer's property. 'We but
hsope that the diferences pill be ad- all
ut'ed. Strikes are new in the Seath. "f
It is painful to know that they are the by f
.- sequences of industri al development, and
-__________ Sw
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~ZLEY'S- LEMON ELIXIR i
riseasa Lemon T.aie, b
Jor bilio'usgess, constipatiua and uP- ceni
ore indigestiou, sick and nervous sarn
headalehes. . free
For. sle.epJes.ness, nerveusness and out
- -heart failure. ..Mci
r or fever, elills, debility and kidney & C
disea es, take Lemon Elixir. -
LadIes, for hatural and thoroughF
errauic.r'galation, take Lemon Elixir.
Dr. Mozeley's Lemon Elixir is pre
pared froca the- fresh juice of Lemons,
cdabined 'with other vegetable liver
tonics, and will not fail you in any of
the -above named diseases. 50e and
*2.00 bottles at all druggists..
- GPrepared by DYr. H. Mozley, Atlan ta,
-A a tocapitol.
L..m inl my~ -.acnty-third year, and
forfefty years I have been a great
sufterer froas indigestion, constipation c
and biliousuess. I have tried all the eeri
remedies advertised for theme diseases, y!
and got no permanent relief. About trai
one year ago, the disease assumIng a are
more severe and dangeren' form, I torn
became very weak, and lost Bosh rap- s T
idly. I commenced using Dr. Mozley 'a goo
Lemon Elixir. I gained twelve pounds
in three months. My strength and
health, my appetite and my indigestion
were perfectly restored, and new I
feel as young and as vigorous as 1
ever did in my life. L. J. ALLDRED, and
Doorkeepor Ga. .State Senate, gen
st ate Capitel. Atlanta, Ga. g
Cor
Meziey's Lemm Ulixir
is the very best medicine I ever ned
for the diases. you recommend is for,
and I have used mauny kinds for wo
man's troubles.
Mms. 5. A. GRsNAM, -
Salem, N. C. P
Cures all Conghs, Colds, Hoarsene.s,
5.ridhroat, Breecbitis, Hemorrhage,
and all throat and lung diseases. le-.
.gunt, reliable. 25e at drnggists. Fre- bol
pared only by Dr. H. Mc'z!ey, Atlanta,
*ae 9.
t SRYAXT BRW$.
Farmers are getting along nicely
with their work. Most of them have
finished planting their upland corn.
Owing to the unfavorable weather
conditions which prevailed during the
latter part of March, they did not suc
ceed in getting in the usual acreage ef
March cern.
Corn of the earliest plaxting has
commenced to come up. The .cool
nights we are now having are, how
ever, very unfavorable for it.
Considerable land has been prepared
for cotton. Farmers here isteuded tc
commence planting this week, but
the recent rain prevented them from
doing so.
Gardening is progressing as well a.
could be expected, when we considet
the very unfavorab!e weather. Cab
bage, onions, peas, etc., are lookina
nicely.
Small grain is looking line; more of
it planted than usaal, espeeially
wheat.
Some of our farmers have plan,sd
their sorghum. We hope all wil
plant this valuable crop. We don't
think our farmerr have been carries
off their feet, so to speak, by the risf
in price of c,otton, but will devote
their usual aereage_to other crops.
Uncle Pete Harrison, an old eolorec
man 70 years old, died at his hom
near here last Wednesday. He waa
one of the best types of his race anc
was well thought of by the whit(
people. He leaves a wife and ten
children. E 11 D.
Apt il 13, 1900.
Mrs..Calvin Zimmerman, Milesbura
Pa., says, "As a speedy cure fol
coughs, colds, croup and sore throal
One Minute Cough Cure is unequaled
It is pleasant for children to take. ]
heartly recommend it to mothers." II
is the only barmless temedy that pro
duces immediate re:ult?. It curet
brorchitis, pneumonia, grippe and
throat and inn, disases. It will pre.
vent consumption. McMaster Co.
RIDGEWAY LOCALS.
A much needed rain fell last Wed
nesday and Thursday. Tte oat and
wheat crop are much impicred. On
account of the rece:t cool days and
nights very little cott.:n has been
planted.
Mr John R Ciag, of Blacksteck,
spent Satintjay in town.
Mr -Herbert Ruff, Jr, is home from
the South Carolina College on the
uick.list
.\ its May Thomas, accompanied by
her friend, Miss Marie Smith, of Glenn
Springs, came up from the College
for Women to spend Easter.
Mr James Duke, of Columbia, is
visiting his fathcr, Cap,t Lafayette
Duke.
Mr W Il Ruff I eaves to-day for
Greenville to serve as juryman for the
United States Court.
SA pril 16, 1900. L
eathy Kidneys Make.
lthe blood in your body passes throug -
-kidneys once every three minutes. 221
The kidneys are your 222
f ...blood purifiers. they f il- 223
-- ) er out the waste or 244
-impurities in the blood. 245
If they are sick or out 246
of order, they fail to do 247
'.1.0 their work. 248
Pains, aches and rheu- j 249
mnatism come from ex- 2502
'- / cess of uric acid in the 251
.-- blood, due to neglected 252
y trouble.25
idney trouble causes quick or unsteady25
t beats. and makes one feel as though r
had heart trouble, because the heart is Ianc
-working in pumping thick, kidney- |Fu:
oned blood through veins and arteries. | N
used to be considered that only urinary 224
bles were to be traced to the kidneys, 225
tw modern science proves that nearly 226
onstitutional diseases have their begin- 227
in kidney trouble. 228
you are sick you can make no mistake 22
rst doctoring your kidneys. The mild3
the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's 23(
unp-Root, the great kidney remedy is 231
irealized. It stands the highest for its 232
derful cures of the most distressing cases 233
is sold on its merIts 234
.11 druggists in fif ty- , * , 23~
and one-dollar siz- . ; . 256
You may have a S 257
pe bottle by mail flome or s=amp-Root: 258
,also pamphlet telling you how to find 259
if you have kidney or bladder trouble. 2602
tion this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer 261
o., Binghamton; N. Y- |262
~I.A1i~1.~,263
*+* Attention! a
INo
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUT 3
|antation 235
240
Supplies. 2'~
ant
URf STOCK OF HEAVY GRO lof
es is now complete. No
e cater specially for the farmers' 241
e. We know what they need, and 242
prepared to set ye them and a. bot- 243
prices. 266
r also carry a nice line of shelf
is
8HOES, HATS, at
DRI GOODS,
NOTIONS,
everything usually found in a
eral store.
PGoods delivered to our city trade.
se and see us.
.R. RABB & CO .1
GRANITE CORtNER. r
(ESTON RION, Agent
WCFIC Fil 1IRilC CIIPki 1
IF EW YORI.
sits a !sbare of the public pstron
2. age.I
fz!
The Kind Yon Hae Aivw
in us3 for over 30 years
All Counterfeits, Imitation
Experiments that trife wi
Inans n Childron-Exi
What is C%
Castoria is a harmless su
gorie, Drops and So(thini
contains neither Opiuu,
substance. Its age V its e
and allays Feve-idmess.
Colic. It relieves Teethint
and Flatulency. I;t assin:
Stomach and Bowels, gir;
The Children's Panacea
CENUINE CAS
Bears th
top.
The Kin 1o
In Use For
TNC CCNTAtM COMPANY. 77
HEPORT OF
('LAIMS APPROVED AT Till LAST MEE
ING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTT
COMMISSIONERS HELD APRIL
2, 1900
The following claims wet e examinc
and approved on State Case Fund<
1899:
No. Amoun
264 It E Ellison, $200 2
255 R E Ellison, 124
The following claires were examine
and approved on Road and Bridg
Fund of 1.899:
No. Amoun
1210 11 S Wylie, $2 5
211 George Moore, 75
The following claims were examine
and approved Public Building fun'i o
1899:
No. A mon
212 U S Wylie, $19 5
The~ followinzg claims we: e examin
approvedoz ae udC
190.
No- Amon
J W m
Joe M'.Meekiz
Jas A Brice,
T L Jo:zusten,
A J Brown,
J A Ilaynes,
Rt E Ellison,
Rt E Ellison,
W U3 Wright, 6
B ti Tennant, 16250
S Rt Johnston, .; 150 00
T J Douglass, . 12 50
'e following claims were examined
Iapproved on -Road and Bridge
d of 1900:
Am,untL
W JJohnson, $ 87 40
WV B Kennedy, 275 45
S CBroom, - 1 65r
HIB Refe; 2 20
W R Ashtord, 1285
John S McKeown, 3 25
W D) Gilbert, 20 00
Os Young, 4 80
TI 1 Fry, 3835
B U Tennant, 3 48
CW Broom, 1 00
L Landecker, 7 00
C WBoyd &Co, 18 50
C WBoyd &Co, 20 75
Mf S Tennadt, 4 00
R F Andrews, 1 80
Char'ie Russell, 2 15
W J Johinson, 9 00
T 1' Tonnginer, $8 00 claimed,
allowed, 500
TJ Badenbaugh, 150
Dr J WJ.Team, 29 55
1he following claims were examined S
approved on Poor House Fund of
Ameant
IL B Rtefo, $18 70
Dr John D Palmer, 38 80
W D Richardson, 1 55
Jas W Team, 8 85
M S Tennant, 2 25
'e following claims were examined
approved on Public Building fund
900:
A mount.
11 S Wy:e $ 7 50
W HI Fizenuiken, 41 50
Walker, E & Cozswell, 4 50
B G Tenmnantr, 2 56
o certify that the above statement
correct 'copy of claims approved
the last meeting of the County
rd of Commissioners held on the
day of A pril. 1900.
B. Q TENNAN ",
17 County Supevisor F. C.
ONEY TO LOAN
)u Improved Farms secu,z. by first
rgagis Iutr st 8 per ec.ut. Lx
a LIor le-n than $500, 8 t. 8 y ears.
o zmissi'unt Borrower in s as
ex peuses.
A. s. & W. D. D6GL AS4,
Wim zimboro. S. Q.
J@ R N B. PA LM ELt k SON,
-25 Colnabia, S C,
PI suzed at home with
STAT
To the
' ~ w- haiJs been Oi
ha o eimtnre o Y
has been made T'r his pcr- in this
it r4nrvision sids infancy. once
W >i) one t<'ee-e O in" sti. Comm
S and e J - are but on 15t
tl atd endangeirr health of CpY
erie::cc :gtperimentlie. Nos.
South
ASTOIA ftr
RS -TC IA Ithe d
fail to
bstitute f'ot CaslOil, Pare- time
Syrups. It i: easant. It actior
dlorphinie nIor .or Narcotic - -lief
uaralltee. It (eys Worms D
t cures Diarriiand Wind i
Troubles, cur.cinstiputn To tl
ilates the Food,~cnlates the Tal
ng healithy :and :ral SIe. g nethe
Lhie Mother's Fri .. the I
the c
Sof tl
TORIAALWAY' lea
field,
e Sign1aturo of. bar
x Alwas B
'ver 30 'iars.
MU U..Y UTACEY. r1EW Y;ITfY.
R.I
ti
ANNOUCEMENTS J
FORIIERIFF -To
I hereby anncuee myrelr a eandi
date for the offi of Sheriff for Fair- i
ield County, id will abide by the I thi
action of the Doocratic primaries. of
'AS. W. BOLICK. Plc
a.c
I ph
d FOICLERK. ab<
I hereby annouis myself as a candi- bo:
date for Clerk of :ourt, subject t., the th4
. action of the Demotatic primaries. da
JNO. R. CRAIG. an
0 I hreby anuout- myself a < andidate afc
for the office of Cik of Court for Fair- W1
field County, subjet to the action of the de
e Democratic pr'mari6. R. V. BRA.Y.
. hereby announc myself as a candidate
for Cierk of Court for~ Fairfield County. T<l
0 subject to the actan of. the Democratic
primary. JAS. A. BRICE. So
COUNTYSUPERVISOR-. t
I hereby. annoi-nce myself a candidate Ib<
f -thg_.ca__f County Supervisor for ti
Fairtield County, .subject to the action of 41
the e~moeratic prnmarnes. 4.D IO
I lhereyanfoUUCe mysl afl1dt
. CLOWNEY.
'imyself a candidate
pervisor of Fairfield w~
e action of the Dem- -/
.-eB RUR LE Y.
HNSTON recogni7.ing
ition hereby nomi.
ervisor, subject
ITORt.
self a candidate
ect to the actioi
fi r''h JFFARtES.
The.
tc
FORxSALE. s't
your
ought right
nd we wille*
eli cheap.*+
W. DOTY & CO.
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J. J. OBEA R. 63
SUMMONS.
E OF SOUTH CAROLINA, T
will
COU\ir OF FAIR'FiBLD. wil
RT OF COMMON PLEAS. On
tim
of Ridgeway, of Ridgeway, try
S. C., Plaintiff, bla
against boi
J. W. Ray, Defend.nt. fee
Sum,nons. For Re!if. " mo
Defendant above-named: Re
are hereby summoned and re- wa
nired to answer the complaint sir
action, which was filed in the Ja
of the Clerk of the Conrt of of
on Pleas, for the said County, gr
i March, 1900, and to serve a of
f your answer to the said coin- o;
on the subscribers at their offices,
and 6 Law RIange, Winnsboro,
Carolina, within twenty days e
the service hereot, es:u'ivc of
ay of such service; and, if Youn
answer the complaint within the g,
aforesaid, the plaintiff i: this
will apply to the court for the 4.
demanded it the complaint.
ed 15th March, A. D. 1900.
.. S. & W. D. DOUGLASS,
Plaintiffs Attorneys.
e defendant, J. W. Ray:
e notice that the complaint to
r with the summons, of which' I
'oregoing is a copy, together with
omplaint, was tiled in the office
e Clerk of the Court of Common t+
,, at Winnsboro, County of Fair- o
in the State aforesaid, on 15th v
b,1900.
A. S. & W.D. 1)OUGLAS, x
7-Gt Plaintiff's Attorneys. c
SUMMONS.
ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUN" OF FAI1FIELD.
OURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
B. M. Urier, Plaintiff,
against
L Jennings, as Administrator of
e estate of John H. Clamp, de
ased, M. Ii. Clamp, W. Fletcher
lamp, Lillie Read. Jessie Clamp,I
hu Clamp, Eliza .1. Scruggs, aid
he Bank of Ridgeway, Defendants.
Copy Summons for Relief.
the Defendants above naniad :
DU are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in
a action, which is filed in the office
the Clerk of the Court of Common
as for the said County, and to serve
opy of your answer to the said conm
Int on the subscribers at their offices
)ve The Vinnsboro Bank, Winns
ro, S. C., within twenty days after
service hereof, exclusive of the
y of such service; and if you fail to
swer the complaintwithin the time
)resaid, the plaintiff in this action
11 apply to the Court for the relief
manded in the complaint.
December 23rd, A ) 1S99.
RAGSDALE & IAGSDALE,
Plaintiff's Attorneys.
the Defendant Eliza J. Scruggs :
Take notice, that the complaint
this action (together with the sumn
ons of which the foregoing is a copy)
s filed in thec ofhice of the Cler:k ol
te Court of Common Ple'is, at Winns
ro, in the County of Fairfield, if
ie State of South Carolina, on the
hday of January, 1900.
Marehi 16th, 1900).
RAGD)AL E & RAGSDALE,
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drggs- th f:ou W c ::
ad 'ce.1' ae e :rr .. 9:. a
io )s Oddel :.e ~" .,. :.'. -
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lave.a.nic..s...chon.jus...~
PINS,
RINGS,
> e nice rsetin China .
r isp&ction' feroe whc
soon an kour Chitna rsentse
LME. Ca ndCLAr
ld nd re Y thOatueKrOtsCoo
aieQinine. asil ake as candy- col
W. A.W -
he registered stallion W. A. W.
be at Mr. Henry Refo's stable in
insboro on Saturday of each week.
Mondays at the farm; balance of
e at his former stands in the conn
Iie is seven years old, bay, with
a points. height, 16; has good
c and muscle; no blemish or de
. IIe is strong, trictionless in
tci, kind in disposition, and a per
roadster. His sire is the celebrated
.i Wilkes, His dam, Betsey Baker,
s the mother of trot ters. She was
Sv Di):ctator, who was the sire of
.;e.Stc, 2 10, of D:rcctor, 2.07,
th- invincible Direclun, 2.04, the
rdZi!e of Na::cy lank t he oueen
ro . and ths sire of m.any others
c.x1r.Je sp c.i.
ou .' . r.o ctI trotter with pe:
k. 'n ." , . W. A. W'. p0sess s
;, T.erior qratitc.
.> to iisure cot. For
e,1igee adu c_rtitied resora
JOHN G. MOBLEY,
10 ;. W ioniboro, S. C.
LETTERS OF ADlMINISTRATION.
STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA,
Cot-NTY OF FAIRFIELD.
y S. R. J01YQTON,Esq., Jud6 Froba Ite
VTIIEREAS, R. II. Jennings, Clerk
of Court, hath made suit to me
grant him letters of administration
f the estate and effects of B. F. Boul
rare, deceased:
These are therefure to cite and ad
aonish all and singular the kindred and
rcditors of the said B. F. Boulgare,
eceased, that they be and appear
efore. me, in the Court of Pro
ate, to be held at Fairfield Court
louse, South Carolina, on the 4th
ay of May next, after publication
iereof. at 11 o'cloek in the fore
eoon, to show cause, if any they have,
vhv the said Administration slho-ld
ot be granted.
Given under my hand this 4th d.
sf April, Anno Domini.1900.
S. R. JOHNSTON,
4.5-6 Judge of Probate.
SOUTH'RN RAILWAY.
Central Time at Jacksonville and Savannah.
Eastern Time at Other Poiats.
Schedule in Effect February.25th, 1900.
Mixdo.? No.86Io
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" Savannah(So. Ry.) 121 1Q20 4O
"Barnwell....... --...- 4 p 40
" Blickville...-..---- 4 -
" Springfield..--- ------
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Ar.pColumbia .........-- ...5 "p
av. Charleston, (So. R:i -... ----7Wa
" Summervilo....... -.-... 741
" Branchville. . .
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L.. Augusta,(SO. kty.) *OOa 809 ---
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" oh stn,...~..-.520a 4 1 1 -----.
. Coltimbia(UD. .. --50 2O-a
v. Columbia,(Bidg St 0 30a6196a
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Richm nd_....... . .. 0 -625p
Washington....... . 7 -80 56i
B ~altrnore (Pa.RR)1 ...... 11l 2Ca
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New York.. .. ... ... 2 13& -4 P
Cou bi ......... 11 40a; 75a...
Spartaburg... ... 31091123a!..
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* tns 43 and 44-(mixed except Sunday)
ee ~ ad depart from Hamburg. a.1
Sleeping Car Service. A
w'ellent daily passenger ser.-ice between
ida and New york.
os. : and 32-New York and Florida Limn
. aily except Sunday, comn psed excin
l of Pulman finest. Drawing 1oom Sleep
Comnpartment. and Obscrvatory Cars, be
en N ew Yoark, Columbia and St. Augustine. tO
s.:. ad .4-New York and Florida Ex
. Draingroom sleepim; cars between WI
-uiaadNew York.
lu!manj drawing-room sleeping cars be- V(
enPort Tampa, Jacktsorv-ille, Savannah. -.
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.b:a sleeping cars ectween Charlotte andI
iond Diing cars between Charlotte
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.an rai.:.1-room i>ucet sleepig cr.rs be- a.1
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-. Dini, cars -rv al--l meals enroute. I.
naa seeping cars between Jackson,villeI
Colmnba. enroute dailyV between Jackson
and Cincinnati, via A sheville.
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Tri-Weekl', $3 a Tsar in Aiae
Weekly,SL$5 a Tearlia Aivaa
LETTER MEA)$,
BILL HEAD=,.
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and i eertgisjbNede
eeSatioepy af anykiena
fieStaterye rds
Tod wheny start out
TO YOLT
e:ationery of any kia d?m
id see ours before buying.
nd when you start to write
LETTERS
distant friends or relatives
a can show something that
>U need in Pens, Ink, Pen
ls, etc..
Don't forget us when you
emi need
.H. McMaster
& Co.,
Dragsgists.
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)igests what you sat
artificiallydigeststhefo'od'addIls
ture in strenghning and rePORe
acting the exhaste dig.~
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and tduid. ~No otherr~tO
approachlit in efcec. It-in
utly relfeves andpraeUcr
spepsia, Indligestion, Hatun
tulence, Sour Stomc, i NauseS,
kRdache,GastralaCap~a
>ther results of imperfecdis1u
Lusizz.oasIMSys
1:pared by E. C. Opil- IT & O. Chieg.

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