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tion, $1.00; each subsequent inser
tion, ">o couta.
Lthoral reduction mado for largo Ad
vert i -lotnonts.
LAURENS, S. C., Pee. lil, IS87.
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"THE i\lASTIOIt*S OFFIG'13."
Tho other i<:t|>or has jumped upon
?II-: AD vu RT rs RU to lol tho cfful
. ent light of its henmlng editorial
iiottntonnnce shine noon tho dark
passages of a recent article in this
paper. "lt feels constrained from
asenso of justice," (?) cte., to no
lice some parts of our editorial.
Hero is tho part it constrains Itself
to not iee :
"Tin? Opposition to Ulis i) ul CO arises
Crom two causon: lt is cither through
l<j*noreuco of tho duties ol' th" Master,
or from M desire to threw iiddltionul foes
and costa in tho han is >i the sherill'ami
\ttoriioys. Ohjt n from a desire io
bCttelll tie- i.(.' .; largo is Impossible,
as wo proposo li show.*'
Upon lui paragraph Tit!-: AD
VERT is KR proposes lo stand <>r fall.
When ever personal friendship, por
sonal animosity or pecuniary gain
ie as an element to shape legis
!.nion, wo propose to expose it and
moro ospceially when in our judg
II.ont such legislation works injury
to tho in;!tty, although greatly ben
efitting tiic few. In this matter
TIM: ADVERTIS KR stands upon tho
broad platform (but .Master's Of
fice i- a benefit lo litigants,-saving
them nionoy-beside giving a more
sufi, expedici?n* and just process
for reaching the ends sought in
Courts ??I ICquity, Siran go ns it
may seem lo thc other paper, so
f'tll and overflowing with legal lore,
thero arc Momc persons in Laurens
County wlio have never taken tho
i rouble to study (lied ll ties required
of thc Master, and heneo cannot,
without light, form nn intelligent
opinion on this subject.
Now, b-t tn repeat that from
tho fuv'?sof th" County, paid by the
'... (??.le, the Master receives not one
.?nit. Ile is paid by the UliSUCCOSS
lul narly who litigates on the equity
-ide of tho Court. Il Hit! law al
low loo high compensation, then it
should be cut down, but ene! is not
"What can wo reason but from
what wo know?" We assort, that
apart from other benefits, the Mas
tor's Onice luis saved litigants moro
money than any other measure
since ils creation ; and to provo this
nssortlon, wo refer to tho public
I'dCOrds, Hore ls the place lo got
ut the Iruth. Examino the records
and ROO if the cost of tim .Master
will balance tho fees of Special Uof
Y?u may talk about "agreements
between lawyer and client," but wo
must Judge Hie futuro by the past.
All this nil-tier of figreomciU is
nmiscnso, for whenever a lawyer
must be employed, that lawyer
nitisl bc paid; and whenever a law
yer must be piiid and bis fee is not
limited, yon may rest 11*811 red lu?
will bo paid weil.
Now, we oontend that lawyers
should be paid every dollar prom
I. - '.arni I bey should bc promised
liberal fees, but it ls bad policy for
tho Slate to place the people in such
a condition that they will beat Hie
mercy cf lawyers. Tho fees of lite
Master can bo ai: ! aro regulated
tho leen of a special Kef?roo can
"'.'ew c*?<isi oar? bo "Woknowof no
rjls-vo?ed ol in less equity enuc tried
Din .'. days." - Tun within f? yoars
An : rtHi-.';. Iioforo a Circuit
indore that has re
. MM- mur, i 2 pair Vases at$1.26 p<
1 u " 1.60
j ll ?< ii ?.oo
.> it tc it 2.2') "
rt ti .? II 2.60 "
1 ti II <? ?.0U "
ock the customers never fail to bu
could produce fifty mon also who
did not Know of such a case. W. ut
would that provo ?
Wc contend that it would requiro
double tin? number of Circuit
Judges now on tho Rench, if both
the Master a nd Special Hoforce
Hut the oilier jiajier says: "Tho
question of local legislation does
not avail." On this point we also
differ from our contemporary. The
General Assembly of South Caro
lina have, during tho present ses
sion, had a bill of a general nature
before them to abolish tito nineo of
Master for thc State. After due
consideration they rejected the bill,
and thus declare thal lin; Muster'*
Office isgood for tho State. Now,
this General Assembly is asked io
say that tito Master's O ill CO is not
good for Laurens County. Is that
not local legislation ia its most oh-1
joel tenable form ? < )n this question
we understand tho Laurens delega
tion are equally divided, so that ?Ul
alleen t is made to fore.1 the will of
two members against tho will of
two other members from Laurens,
and also Hie Legislature ns H v ludo.
South Carolina can neve; prosper*)
SO long as laws are made for i he
counties instead of thc Stale.
THE LINE IS OLfiAWN.
Republican politicians pretend
to lu; greatly encouraged, because
of the fact that tho message of Pre. -
?dent Cleveland is i\ tariff rob rei
document, l here can ho no doubt
bul that tho next campaign will bo
squarely on the 14? rt if issue, but,
however much pretended hilarity
now exists in republican head-quar
ters, before tho campaign closes the
great muss of American voters
will bo too well posted on this issuo
to lisien to thu threats of "pauper
labor." The message <>f (ho Presi
dent is only the ex tires-ion in no
uncertain term?, of the doctrine of
tho democratic parly, since ilu for
mation. This sentence embodies
the gist of tho whole matter.
.'The necessaries of lifo used and
consumed by all tho pi oj le, ( he duly
upon which adds to tho eosti 'liv
ing In every home, should he groat-1
Can tho corroo I ne-s of such a po- ?
siti'in be dotlbl '.' Will the people
of this great country bo lead to ac
cept any other view? Who will
say thal it ls tho province of gov-1
eminent to "add to tho costofllv
Ing in OVCry home" hy exacting fl
tax on tho necessaries of lifo used '
and consumed by nil the people,"
nnd .nore especially when tho tux
is not needed and cunno! bc honest
ly expended ? X'>, lt ls fort?nate
thal WO have a pre-?il cut who lias
the courage to dra w the line and
let tho fight, Tho Peoplo vs. The
Monopolists bc mudo. If, under
Hie load of war taxes we have
bourn for tho past 26 years, our In
dustries are still "infants" it looks
as though tliey have not had the
proper nourishment, nnd ?tis high
time we change Ibo il i ot. When
steel rnl?s with $17. tax are Impor
ted to this country cheaper flinn
Hiey can be had al home, ono of
two conclusions must lie drawn:
cither Steel rails cannot be made
profitably ?ti America, er else the
profit of American manufacturers
is such us to discredit the applica
tion "Infant" to this industry. Hut
tho idea that the manufacturing
interests demand the present tariff
is groundless. It is ?lily tho manu
factures who amliutcd W\
Republican party, and hefor< Hie
-ftinpaign closos tho people will
>.e where their Interest Iles. Tho
Our sleek o?
! kct. The prices
! ! see them.
Viv*} Works ii
u Toys of nil kll
tt Cundy, Bole Ca
" less variety.
A.SK ; ; propose to ?ell I
'. : thc customers.
HON. A. >\ BUTH?U,
By a vole of 98 to f>6 Col. A. V.
Hut lor was re-eleethd Commission
er of Agriculture. This position ho
has held since 1870. The continued
biennial testimonial of tho worth of
this distinguished citizen ls evi
dence that faithful public servants
are rewarded in South Carolina.
Col. Butler has organized UH? Agri
cultural Department of the state,
and has labored zealously for ?is
improvement. As a man ami astin
officer both in war and peace, ho
lias beim honored by his fellowmen.
Ordinarily, the election of such a
?nan as bis own successor, would
merely signify continued confi
dence) but in this instnr.ee it means
move. Col. Butler bas been criti
cised in f bi' severest lernt-: his ad
ministration charged with incom
petence and extravagance, andas
many beHove, al! from personal j
motives, thc action offne represen
tatives of Ibo people, who hu ve in
vestigated tho charges, proclaims,
"duty nobly done'' for Col. Butler,
and will bo u standing rebuke to bis I
. ic days ago Tit K A DVHltTlHl ll
??.od a communication from
< limbla, relative to Hie Graydon
Boldicr cmbroglio. This commun!
cation made tho serious charge
that Mr. K. G. Graydon said public- !
ly that tho State w ould be l>< noflt
tod if all tho scarred veterans
would die." Thinking that per
haps '?ur correspondent's informa
tion was incorrect, wo witheld Ibo
article A fow days ago, the Nows J
and Courier published the charge,
and since then Mr. Grayd n bas!
made a formal denial. We are con
strained lo believe that the course
of Tilt: ADVKUTISKU was be t.
Tito Laurens ADVKRTISJKR pro
poses for that county ?a grand re
union of its suns and daughters, its
falber-; ?nd mothers-its natives
all-to commemorate it-? unusual
progress for the past six years. This
is a happy--wo prefer this terra to
felicitous-concept iou. We hope it
Will be carried out. County re-UO
lOllS-like those of Stale-do much
good. They widen the circle of
peace, and.still the waters of angry
81 r I fc. -Cul H m I. ?i i He a inter.
Tho K< publican Convention will nom
?nalo a national ticket in Chicago on
A pension of (ive dollars a month to
worthy ox-Confederates will ho worth
more than live titres as iniich money
put into a luxurious < 'onfodorato homo.
flow dees Cnptaln ben. like the rcor
pani/, iiion ot the Board ol' Agriculture
which the Legislature has given him?
'' *, *
The wheel .'ins made another revolu
tion, and 'ere long some politicians u ill
lind they have booti monkeying with
Almost u Wreck.
Clin rio Ho Chronicle: Mr J. W.
Abernethy foreman of Mr. Hol
land's farm, on Wednesday saved
lix Air Lino passenger train from
ti probable wreck. Mr. Abernethy
had boon sent to Lowell for sonn
iron, bul failing to find what he
wanted there, he proceeded to (?as
tenia. As be roached the railroad
crossing near that town, he halted
Iiis team tosco if be could hear the
train approaching, av ho know it
Was abott I Hmo tho train was due
Ciere, He db] not hoar Hie trnin,
but lis he looked down the track,
bc ttl,\v n plln of large rocks laid on
Hie track near the crossing mid n
lie h- fui t lier down a cross-tlo. He
quickly alighted from his buggy
an<? removed tho obstructions, and
work had scarcely been com?
ploted when tho fast express wont
thundering' by. It was a narrow
3 has Arrive^
plain and fancy Lamps cannot bo ci
i aro low. Fancy Motto Cups a spec
i largo quantities. Send tho boys n
ids. Christmas Candy hy barrels? 1
roly and every kind of Candy. Krui
COOPER ?.V BURNSIDE BR<
bc bulk of tho Holiday Goods if low
nd B?tail (
TH? Purposes Ol' Hie Fanners'
A II i anco.
In a letter to tho Charlotte, CN.
C.) Democrat, S. It. Alexander,
president of tho North Carolina
Fur tn era* Alliance and Co-opera
tive Union, gives the following as
the purposes of that organization,
which H said to be gaining ground
in this Stat?- :
To encourage el.nation among
the agricultural and laboring clas
ses and elevate to highor manhood
and womanhood Hmso who bear
the burdens *>f productive industry.
To break up, by frequent mee
tings, thu isolated habits, of farm
ers, improve their social condition,
increase their pleasure and
strengthen the!? confidence in and
friendship for each other.
To make the study and improve
ment of ?tract?cal agriculture in all
its branches ?i par! of the alliance
mission, that Its standard may be
raised, its p roil ts Increased and its
followers made moto prosperous
To encourage tho study of the
laws of business and trad", tho best
methods of buying and selling, and
tho transaction of all kinds of bus
iness it mivv bc found desirable for
farmers and laborers to engage in,
and under all circumstances shall
discourage the credit system.
To attend io Its o wn business af
fairs in its own way, and make no
tight against any legitimate busi
ness, but shill oppose methods
found to he contrary lo justice and
To encourage t ho selfing ofall
disputes among neighbors by arbit
To encourage farmers to put their
saving'- in mn n abed u res--not on ly
for a profit, but tn create a home
market for farm products.
The above is tho ground work
noon which the viii mee rests, it
desires only good mon rather than
numbers. Dishonesty la a cause
of expulsion, and lo be a good Alli
ance member is to bo a good citi
A Worthy Descendant ol'Nancy
ATLANTA, (Ja., Dec. 13, ISM?.
Whorl fl' Scarborough, of Madison
county, finds himselfin a humiliat
ing predicament. !lo has been du
ped by o determined woman, who
ropttlsed him nnd a deputy when
they attempted to 'uko her into
custody. At I he term of t he supe
rior court a judgment was obtained
against the woman's husband, John
Moore, for attorney's fees. Mrs.
Moore promised to meet tho obli
Accordingly she met tho officer
and requested thal the plaintiff
write a receipt in full, which wns
floue. Mrs. Moore asked to sec the
receipt herself. Sho was also per
mitted to examine the papers III
the case. After scrutinizing them
for some time sho locked at the
men for a moment, and with tho
utmost sang froid stuffed the papers
into her pocket and drove off. The
sherill' swore out a warrant against
Accompanied by a deputy he
procei ?Jed to Moore's house to er
red tho ilaring woman. .Shy wel
comed them Itt tho frontgate With
a cocked revolver in ber hand and
threatened to kill the first man
whostepped Upon the premises. She
was master of t he sil nation and the
officer of tho law wero obligedlo
As appropri?t;; to tho doctors
who give to their patients what
they will not take themselves, we
quote this story:
"Oh, Mr Smith, help mo out," ox
claimed a young lady at a church
fair. "I've sold a tidy for$l/> that
only cost lae. What precontago ls
the profit ?"
"I'reooidago, madam ?" exclaim
ed tho lawyer with merriment.
"That transaction ls beyond pet?
oontugc-lt is simple larceny!"
The profesional man who takes
ono's money whon he cnn doone
no equivalent servico vs ill under
stand the mora).
-unlcd in till? mar
laity. Don't fail lo
nd girls for Fire
French Cundy, Ball
ls ?nd N uta In end
. prices will bring
U'- tn fop
( hir IT
.j- r o c o r s .
To Provide for the Establishment
of a Now School District in Lau
rens County and to Authorize
Iii? Levy and Collodion of a
School Tux Therein.
He it enacted liv tho Sonate and
Ifou.se of Itepresonttt ives of the
State of .South Carolina, now mot
sitting in (?encrai Assembly, and
by th?- authority of the same:
I SF.CTION I. That for tho purpose
I of maintaining public schools in
tho town of I.uuronsville, in this
1 State, tho area embraced in the ;
j -;orpor:it?' limits of tiic said town
, is hereby .declared to be a now
i .school district, to ho known ns the |
1 School District of tho town of Lau?
! S KC. 2, That tho said district
shall l?o a body politic and corpo
; rate, with such government, rights,
? pr! vi logos und Halli ii (ICM as are pro-1
vided for school districts by the
School Law of South Carolina, up
, proved .March 22d, ls?s.
Si t . 3, That in addition lo tho
I rights mid privileges hereinbefore
Ciliated, ti:<> said school district
shall hnvo power to levy Oil ali nuil
mid personal property rotor nd in
said district a tax not exceeding
two mills on thc dollar, subject to
tho following providions; Tho
School Trustees of said district
shall at any lime previous to Die
thirtieth day ol .laue of each year,
upon tho written requestol twenty
property bidders, issue n r:ill fir a
publie moid i np. (after two weeks'
notice) of all tl. Iti'/ons who re
turn teni or per so ti a I ; : ?porty i.'
said district; and sui h notice ':..(! '
bo published in ??; lom ' ..if HOW
paper and posted In l\\ . p
places in said di-ii let for at lensl
two weeks before such mootlnjf 1
mid shtitl specify th . linn mid piuco
and object of said mi i ;.?? ,.
Sue. -I. That wiitin tin persons
answering lin above description
shall hnvo le-scmbled io publie
meei in g, thy - ihave, however,
llrsi to select a Chiiirm m nnd Soc
I rotnry, adjourn Irom timi to limo,
decido what ildditlon;)] tux, ii' any,
nliaill l?e levied, and itpproprinto tho
sume in undi mau m i as they may
think best for the educntloun1 In
terests of said school district i /Vo
vidi Thill no lux thus levied shall
ho repenlod ut any subsequent
meeting within thc same year.
Second. Th lt! Ihcy shull also select
a Board of four Trusteos for said
school district, resident within thc
limits of said school di d riet, W lt OSO
term of ofTlcc shall bc for two years
from the-late ol* election, und who,
in addition to the duties and rc
sponsibllitk)S now provided hy law
for Trustoes of school district-.,
shall h il VG the following pow irs
and dirties: I. To purchase or erect
suitable buildings for thc use of t ho
public schools of said school dis
trict. 1?. To elect and dismiss Su
perintendents and touchers of said
school district, prescribe their <1 n
tlos, terms ol' o Ul cc, and to fix their
salaries, ami io cause an examina
tion of said teachers to bo mode
whenovor necessary" also to doter
mino tho class hooks and sta.Iles to
lu: used in said schools und to nike
rules und regulations for th? gov
ernment of .-.aid schools. 8, To de
termine tho manner in which the
tax ho re tofo rc authorized (und the
two mills Constitutional and poll
tux provided by law) shall be ex
pended in maintaining said public
schooist ami 4. To till all vacancies'
occurring in said Board of Ti l?steos
by dentil, resignation, removal or
ot boru iso, during tho torin of ellice
SK?, ?. That it shall be the duty
of til" Chairman ami Hocrctary of
sahl public mooting1! within one
week after said melding lias boen
held, to notify tin- Chairman of the
Board of Trustees for said school
d)0trlCt and tho Auditor of said
County ol' ?ho amount of tax thus
levied and how it lins boen appro
priated} nnd lite County Auditor
. hall nt oneo assess such tax on all
roul and porsciuil property returned
lu said school district; und the
County TiciiHiirershall collect the
Hame with the Stato mid County
taxes, end stich tax shall bo n lien
on nil property until paid, and de
faulting tax-payers Brm ll be Mable
to Uki and nennlln H as .(-. -
Ready for im
cr car-load of Flour Just rccel /ed.
G-from $3.00 to ti.00 per barrel.
>st 6 t outs Cigar in tho wo/ld. Tobi
lotto will be Low Price.*, and Quick
iou dds Coffee only pounds for .fl.
shela Hod (lust Proof Oats at 00 cont
Soap 11 Soap!!!
>d Goods of every description.
I ful Tin Toilet Sots only $1.76 per Ri>
t, our.stock ls full and complete ii
ire of tlioso Cream Cheese, Hams
Treasurer nod paid cut on Warrants
drawn by the Trustees of .said
school district, countersigned hy
the County School Commissioner}
and said Treasurer shall bo liable
to thc Bald school district for tho
non-performance of bia duty in
respect to said money in tin ame
manner und to thc Same extent,
und under like penalties ns fur non
performance of his linties in refer
ence to Stute and Comity taxes.
Provided, That the School Commis
sioner of said County und tho Tins,
tees of sahl school district be, and
they ure hereby, authorised to ap
ply for thellscnl year commencing
November 1st, 1887, so nundi of
s.iiil money ns may be necessary for
the purchase or erection of suita
ble buildings for said public schools.
SRC. 7. That the School Trustee*
now in charge of School District
Number I, Laurens County, of
South Carolina, ure hereby author
ized and required lo act until the
?deedion of Trustees provided for
in this Act.
S KC. b. That this Act shall take
effect from the date of ?ts passage,
mid all Acts ?>r puru of Acts Incon
sistent with this Act ure hereby re
TiiuKE HA Li TO;THK AC UK.
What tho .Mountain Farmers
Ari? Doing i.-i tho Way ?of
Columbia, December 15.-Spec
ial: Tin re was an important con
clave of agriculturalists at tho de
partmcut ol agriculture this after
noon, thc buslsess being tho open
ing and canvassing of tho "returns"
from a spec ial agricultural compe
tition in the way of cotton culture,
which will ho read with interostby
tho agricultural world In tho South.
The Arm of Geo, NV. Scott A Co,
of Atlanta, have for the past four
years been doing their best to en
courage cotton growing in t!ir cot
tun belt. Scott ?tr Co, it maybe
mentioned, ure agents for a famous
br?nil of fertilizer, known as "t?o.s
sypinin Phospho." In encouraging
tho cult lire of COttoll Scold ,v Co, na
turally encourage tho use of fertil
izers und also naturally advertise
"Gossypium." In other words,
I bey have invented a kind ol roflex,
double-act ian, labor-snvltig, nil
round money.makio-- scheme,
work:) well for everybody concern
Tor tito crop of 18S7 Scott A Co,
offered premiums aggregating $l,?
500 In money und twenty tons of
"Gossypium" to tho agriculturists
in the I bree States of South Carol!
na, Georgia and Alabama, to bo
given to thc farmers who raised
Ihn greatest quantity of lint cotton
on oho acre of connected lund with
tho use of "Gossypium." Thc pre
miums in South Carolina aggrega
ted $150 in money und three tons of
"< io isyplum,"
Twenty-one farmers in ten coun
ties of the Stat? en te red the compe
tition, the counties represented be
in?: Greenville, Gconeo, Picken*,
Laurens, Anderson, Abbeville,
York, Spartanburg, Edgell* ld ana
Sumteri A commission, selected
by the contestants, nod consisting
or A. P, fattier und Angus P. Brown,
of tho agricultural bureau, Senator
NV. T. Fields nuil Representativo J.
A. tinsley, of Plckens, und ll. J.
j Johnson, of Gconoe, was clmrgod
with the duty of Awarding tho pre
miums. This commission WAS se
lected by tho competitors and it
was this afternoon.
The lollou iiif uwards worn made
and officially attested:
pounds of Lint
Names. Counties Cotton Prise,
1. JP Good win O roo M Ibo l,0OT $ioo
2. J !.. n. King Orninoa 1,0*6 iso
s. M bfilngloten Plokem i,o a .
4. cain Punker . (irconviiio 1,003 .
6. J W (IruhbK Ocouoo OSS .
.Ono ton? "Onwtypiutn.
Hints To The Fair Sex.
DanlsJ) napkin rings to tho board
Surplice ornaments aro Improv
ing to flat chests.
Doylies of gold cloth aro placed
under finger bowls.
Wool goods combine handsome
ly with Bengall net silk.
Buttons usc! except for their
primary Intention tiro not decora
Wo sol! tho Flour. Prices
iccos of oil grades at low
and Large Sales.
ti per bushel,
i every department. Wo
Tho V is nssistlve in producing
slightness nf appearance for over
White grenadine over shell pink
makes up attractively for evening
(ircen moire with dove-grey ls a
charming completion of repo'ioln
Riding rnbits uro stylishly devel
oped in plain cheviot, broadcloth,
cassi mero and tricot.
Long draperies ari? elegant and
require no triming; short disposals
should hr qutllnt.
The soft, graceful folds of a Chan
tilly tablier over satin uro appreci
ated by all women of artistic nym
Even popularity cannot ooovort
tho forcible contrast of black and
white Intoany Resemblance ofap
Blossom ilchus ore clumsy and
by no ir ems becoming. Nothing
so instantly advertises luck of
youth as flowers near tho fuco.
There is a small comfort en?
warmth about sling sleeve wraps
they Miggestihg the unpleasant af
flict ?on of a broken arm.
Fickle fashion blows unother
whiff, this timo denouncing nu bad
form monogramed exteriors, Curd
cases, satchels, umbrellas, note pa- *
per and other otcetoraa must forego
The senselessly awkward und tn
jurions tight sleeve lias been usur
pe ll by one of graceful ease Tho
under-sleeves of our grandmothers
are relined with some co-d^uios,
intich enhancing the attraction of
fair hands by a ?fall of lace at the
SOME STRANGE CONFES
The Rochester (N. Y.) Union te
ports having this dialogue v.ith an
eminent physician :
"Caa you cure a cold for HIC."
"I dare say; where is it Y '
"Doyen treat yourself for colds ?"
"That depends on how bud they
are. I had one Inst week und fix
ed myself up adose, but I didn't
dare take it. I kept lt over night
and gave it to a dead head patient
the next day! .
. Then yon don't dare' take your
own medicine ?"
"No! I don't dare, and I have no
A gentleman a short time ago, %
consulted his physician about a se
vere rheumatic attack. As he was
leaving, the doctor said:
"Should my prescription afford
any relief, U t me know lt, as I am
suffering from un affection similar
to your.;, and for tho lust twenty
years have tried in vain to cure lt."
Thc bes! of physicians now have
tho frankness to admit that the
schools have not yet mastered all
there is lo km?*./ about the causes
of diseases, and the best mel hods of
cure. There has been a groat ad
vance, no doubt, in medical science,
In the last fifty years. Doctors
themselves do not tako their own
physic, even though they may sat
urate the systems of their patients
with poisonous drugs, nor do they
bleed, blister and torture, as form
Byron died, it ia claimed, because .
of over-bleeding by his physicians.
Washington murtho same lute !
Scientific investigation shows
that most ailments proceed from
derangement of primary organs, of
Which tho kidneys aro the most
important. Ev??ry drop of blood
Coursing through these organs, and
if tliey uro deranged, the blood,
speedily becomes impure, and car
ries the seeds of diseases to over>
part of the body.
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