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E. H. AULL, EDmToi.
TtE AIEDIOAL ABSOVIATION.
We attended the annual meeting of
the State Medical Association and
went with the first members to arrive
and left with the last to leave. It was
not our original purpose to be present
during the entire sessions, but circum
stances were such that we did re
We do not purposo now to wItO an
a 'count of the meeting, but simply to
mention It in a genep:al way and make
s> me observations that como to us.
Tihe meeting was held at the now fa
mous Harris Lithia Springs. Tle at
tendance was good, in fact, according
t ) the testiionly of m1enibers who have
attended regularly for a long time, the
b2st in years.
The personnel of the members was
also good. it was a stud F to a layman
to look uponl andI mingle with 150 men
from all parts of tle State. whose daily
business it is to minister to the sick
and to relieve pain and sutTerinlg. It is
a noble and tiln honorable profession.
It is also an important anid responsi ole
calling. The doctors who attended the
association this year. with a fewv excep
Mions, were young n1011.
There were present. from Newberry
Dr. A. A. Maladden, of Vaughanville,
Dr. 1. R. Jeter, of W'hitmire, and Drs.
Ilouseal, Ellesor and Mayer from the
t,wn. Newberry showed np well in
point of looks and ability. Drs. Miayer
and Ellesor both read excellent papers
and we heard them complimented by
the members of tle association. And
at the banquet Dr. Mayer acted as
toastmaster, and one of the best speech
es of the evening wats Inatdo by Dr.
Houseal in response to the toast to tiht
medialn profession. So tlie reader will
see that, Newberry held a prominent
position at this meeting.
Dr. 1Rob. Marsh, of l."(1gelield, who at
one time attended Newherry Collegi.
and has many friends in Newv berry, was
also present and1i as handsomei as ever,
and we were glad to lea'n that lie was
doing well inl his chosen pro'ession.
Speaking of Edgetield, there were two
otiler very VlevOe young doctors from
E, Igefield present, accompanied by their
wives-rl's. Frank Butler and Tiimuer
Tle, tidress of tle pi sident, 1). C.
W. Kollock, of C harlestonl, was an able
paper. and it would be well to have it
published so that the laity could read
)r. ''. 1'. Whlale, the recording see
retairy, is a lever oung doctor from
Charleston. llis wife was Miss iHenniV
Rolhertsotn. well kn n m ai n to 1111y persons
in Newherry, amon Ilom she has
Out old school friend and former
Newbery boy, Dr. It. 11. Eptinlg, Ilow
of Greenwood, was alIso present. ie
has grown eminent anild wealthy in the
progressive towni of Greenwood.
Dr. Houseal was prominently men
tioned for Imesident of the associati oll
and was miad e second v iet-preside nt.
Dr)m. Mayer' has long been promh ienlt (in
the association, and I )r. lllesoi''s paper
was so favorably' commented that we
felt, really ghl to hail from New
Drt. I.m luhIin ist , a gemalhl gentletmn
andl excel lent ph ysic ian from ('harles
t..n, delivered a most eloquent addrness
on the ''('on federate Surgeoti '' it,
sh onl hle pri nt ed anmd read. It was an
eloquen11t, tr'ibunto to his servi'ice~s and1( his
v'alor' and hiis skill anmd hiis patrnio tism.
There were buit few of thle t'on federate
surlgeons present. Drn. James Ev'ans, of
the State board of heal th, was t het'e
and1( will be r'emuembeed by many of
the members of the T1hir R 'l1egimnent.
Thliis r'eminduos us 1to r'emark that the
St,ate hoard endorsed the course (if Dr.
Evans in handIling tihe small-pox. Th'le
Legislature should givec the State
boar1 oif health more power' and2 miores
monley, so that thley' wo'uld lhe able1 to
deal with and stalmp Out epjidemIies.
As it is, they neither' have the power
nor the money to (101l with epidemties
of aniy chiiaeter' that may break out.
The banquet given the docrtors b)y
Mr'. Hlarris on Thursday nlight was a1
mtost dlelighitful atfalir and wuas very
Barring the fact that the weather
wvas rather cool for a1 summeriC' hotel, the
me'etinlg was11 a1 moist deOlighatful one.
The mn,ebes were so) well lease1d that
they almost by unaiinimous v'ot' decided
t,o return11 agal1in! net year,' anld t,hat. too,
iln t.he face of pressing invitat ions froml
Summervi he, Greenwuiood antd Flor
We are glad to have' met so many of
-the physiciants of the State and1( to have
had the priviiilege of mfingling with
them for three days.
Mr'. HIarriis is maitk ing many impritove
mfenite ar'oundl and about, the hotel for
the guests this summer. ileautiful
walks andl dr'ives arc being laid out and
tihe trees along these are beginin g to
have some sizte and will soon give do
lightfuil shade along the walks. Then
ai large lake has bieen made by dlami
ming the er'eck oiver the htill from the
hotel, whereo power will be obtained to
r*un the electric light l)lirt and also the
electric ear's tbat are to run fr'om the
hotel t,o the railroads. A "shoot, the
chute" is also nearly comp)leted1, anld
* the boats will be shot into the lake
from a lill alongside. It wvill soon be
one of t.he most delight,ful of pleasure
reot,in add ition to securing th
benefits of the healt,h-giving waters
from the lithia and t,he sulphur springs.
.'bldren hIke it, it eaves theli' Hives We
~'t~ff~i~lOne Mim to Con h Cure, t' o iDfslltb'o
.rilO?for Coughi. colds. croup, bronchitis.
dall throat and lung troubles. W.
A FUJLL TIKVINOMENATUD.
The prohibition convention hold I
Columbia Thursday night dit what I
was called to do. A full ticket ha
been nominated. They say it, is a goo4
ticket. We havo no doubt it Is con
posed of good and honorable men wh,
are earnestly in favor of prohibition c
the liquor traille by statutory enact
ment. Many of them are unknown t,
Stato polities, but that is no argumen
against them. Mr. J. E. Brunson I
said to be a good business man, andi n,
doubt if elected would make a busines
administration. Mr. Childo has beei
known as a prohibitionist and politi
Clan for a good many years.
.1 ist why the convention placed Statl
Treasurer Timnerman and Secretar,
of State Tompkins oi their ticket wi
do not know and cannot understand
unless it was t play at politics, for botl
these gentlemen lhave been and we un
derstand are still aId voeates of the dis
penisary. The prohibitionists we un
derstand are fighting the dispens i a
well as the sale of liquor by the Indi
viduail. Then why put on the ticke
mIen who are not in favor of prwnhii
tion. Mr. Tompkins in an interview
after expressing surprise that ho ha<
been placed on the ticket, says: "I an
not a prohibitionist, am a dispensar
m1ati, and will continue so, un11loss Si
m'onton's decision and originail packag4
stores makes dispensary ilpossib!e
Then I am for prohibition. This is thi
view of WVtitson and Ellerbe, who an
its goodI proh ibitioiists as any one.'" S4
It would seem that men who are a
present opposed to prohibition hav<
been placed on the prohibition ticket
That part of it. we say looks like a gaim
of polit,is. The prohibitionists clain
to be in varnest, in the support of I
principle, and not to be in the politica
arena any further thaln to make I
strong fight for that. principle by mem
who are in hearl.y sympathy with it.
The light, however, seemis to e oi
ind we hope the lies will be cleal;
tawn and we hope it will he at cllt
c it, issue and let us know whether th,
people really walnt to try prohibition
r'he issue Vill ie madtie on tile head o
the ticket. It does not mnake so mnuel
diflerence about, the others onolh
The Herald and News is not an advc
cate of prohibition by stattutory enaict
ment" and never has been. We believ
in temperanve and realize the evils c
the whiskey habit when used to exees
We are nto advocate of the d ispensary
and never have been. it is wrong 1;
principle and is open to too much, 1
use Mt. Tillman's ex pression, "rotten
ness." Still we aIcknowledge it ha
Sotle good features and)(] which must )
ineorporated inl ally liqulor law tha
aI.y be enacted.
While this is true, we will ver;
probably Support some of the prolhibi
tiolist and --oinc who favor tile d ispensi
ry aid soile who favor high license
because we have regard for the let,
and tle State ticket has notiing to d
with inmking tle law. but only to see I
enlforeed. If you wailt prolhibition
dispellsary or a high license systen
yoi mnost look to your repriesntative
in the Legislatur'e.
F'or m lstamnce, we shall supplort fo
Lieuten)ant) Governor MI. 11. MleSwee
ney, lIe has mallde 1 acCeptable oh1i
eer', and we don11't caire whiether lie is
proh11ibition ist, d ispensari'lto or hi i,h li
cense0 man11. We know lie will (10 hi
duty and1( exceute ats farl ats his dutly rc
q iies h)im lm h tever inwil the L egisla
t,ure may1', eniact.
F'or the sameO reoason) The IIeraldl an
News will suippor't Mr'. Mower' for At
torney0~ Gener'al on) the prohibitijon) tick
et. We have confidleneaO ini the mal1
and know ne will dilschiartge his dumt;
faiithfully aind well and that lhe is catpa
N'ow for' Governor)t, if Nir. Schumuper
wIll come1 oult aga ist prIoi hiition anm
the dlisp)ensarly and1( for'lu hi licenIse un
der ( dispenhsary'. reigulaitionis Its the bes5
method of deoatlig with the whiske
qunestion), hie will he our mnan for Gover'
So you see we may have a mnixei
ticket. in Ours th is year'. So fari, thouiglh
we ar'e free and do not, expect to h
bou nd or' pledged to any cand(1idIate t<
the extent, that we cannmot criticiz/e an;1
l)ositionl he may take.
A 111OODY1 MON TIH.
Thue Atlanta Constittin calls ataen
tion to the faict that A priil las ee 01
month in whliich this couintry hIas begi
and endled near'ly all the war's we hav'
eveir waged at, home or' abr'oad. If wa
should be declared Lthis week anotho
will be0 added to its recor'd of str'ife ani
bloodshed. Iire is the rccor'd as mad,
up, by the ( 'onstitution:
"On A)pril 19, 1775, occurried the firs
b)attle of the Am)erican r'evolution) a
Lexington, Mass. 0On Apr'il 15, 1783
the prelimninar'y treaty of peaee beotweel
Great Britamin aind the United State
was formally ratified by tho priovit
10o)1l congr'ess which met, In Philadel
''Since the par't which Apr'ii tbu
played in the achievemen t of A merical
Independence wats SO prioniounced, I
seemIs fitting that President WVashing
ton shotild have been inaugurated 01
A pril 30, 1789.
"The op)eningC gun of the Mcexicaa
wart was fired A pril 25, 1815.
"On Apr11 12, 1861, the fIrst gunsho
of the late civil war was fired at, For'
Sumter. General Leo surrendered tI
Gemner'al Gr'ant on April 9,, 1865. Gen
er'al Johnston suirrendered to Genera
Sheiman on April 26, 1865.
"Is April Onice more to weamr the
bloody gar1. of Mars in the strife whici
Is now p)ending~ between the UJnite<
States and Spain? Such .appear's to be
the avmreeno the fats..
FOl PEltMANENr I'HitOVEMENTS.
I Ati a meeting of the county commis
t glonel-s the first M- uday in this monti
B the following resolution was offerem
I and will come up for considoration tm
- action at the meeting to be held on th
first Monday in July:
f - "In accordance with ai act, of tho
Legislature th SupervisOr, With thrl
i members of the board, he authorized t<
t borrow $50,000, or so ituch as may b
s necessary, to build poi manent bridgei
.> and per-maiietit repitirs in the county
s That said bonds shall not exceed 5 pei
I cont. The Intereston whole and $1,00:
- of the principal to b p1aid each yeal
until whole timoulnt, Is paid."
3 The purpose of this Is to build torri
" cotta (ra11ins across the roads instead o
3 plank bridge, 'hit have to be rebuill
, every year, and to build steel bridgel
I insteld of woo(len onoes. In otli
- words, toi make repalest; on roads ait
- brIdges hat will Itlast instead of havin1
- to ho r'eIteUd eVeI'y yert'. T1h pu'
jposo is at good ono alind would in thi
-I]d he ecoloily for the taxpayers. I
1should go further, Iwver, and In
-c (adf istilg bonds fru *30,000 wi
should make it $5)00.000 and build per
I illanent. roads from one end of the coun.
ty to the other. In this wo would 1av1
Inu only in n1it' having to build roath
every year, but the saving on stoeIz
the wear and tear to vehicles, and ic
time would more than pay the outlay,
And in addition to all this it wohil
nake the couitry. is it is inl reality
nywayi-the ideal plae in which tc
live. lIit if we nn get the start madIL
on the bridges and so on the macadai
roads will comne.
We hope the conlmnissioier-s will put
I this resolutionl into active operation.
The action of Congres,: yesterday
means war and all prepiarations are be
in g made for. an itulmediate invasioi
of CUibi. Major Gellerl Miles will
i come this week to Atlanta Uund asumcI
active commanilluld of the army.
it. Is stated that, the Southern trooln
will be ordered to um1ace up the arm
of invasion as they will be hetter ablI
f to stand Iit he climate, while the North.
I ern troops will be lsed for coast, de
We are williyng to do our part Whel
- it come1Cs t1 defendig the country. bul
- whlen it comes to making distinctiol
land say ing tihe Sout hern soldiers shout
i be sent to (uba w\hile the Northert
sohlilrs are kept at home to do coasl
duty we will certainly en1tel. our. pro
I test and advise otlier people to do tl
8 1111. That wolfid ic a pretty ket,
- of fish.
s The fleet at Key West is ready fol
action when the command isgiven a(
t is said to be in a hkigh state of elli
e niny one of the most powerful col
lectious of waIrships ever gathere to
gether in modern timne's for offensivc
We had hoped that, war would bo
avoided, but that tiow seeits impossiblb
i and if we are to have it. the quicker wt
t get at it the better.
As we understnid it tile pesoluitiom.
ipassed by the Senate on Satirdiay th0)
I have been agreed to by hot-h H-ouses ex
cept L,he one iecognizinug the C uban gov'
ernment. Ini any event it Is salid that thI
- action of (Congzress nmeans imm ued iatt
Col). Rloht. A. T1hompso1, after' a ser
'vice in the newspapeir businen,.' foi
-nearly a half cent niy, has ret,iried from
the Keowee C'ouriier, sellig is initer
est to Mir. J1. WV. Shuelor, who also be
Icomeis one of the edlitor's. ColI. T1hompl
-sonl always mlaintalinedl a hi1gh stalndlai
-ini journailismt andii wasi a mhost, genia
and gentlemanly gentleman, and we ire
gret hiis teinuent, lbut hope that hi:
last days miay' be dlays of pileasantnies:
and1( peace. lie was (of t he old1 schioo
and a man we al waty s aditredl. To M1r
Shelor we bid welcomne and wish hin
a bunudanlt sucLcess.
WVe invIte every reader (of thIs papel
to readI careful Ily thle ar'ticle on1 thei
fletst page~ by3 NIra. Jno1. A. Ch apmlan, Il
whiIlich lie gives hIs recollectltis of thi
'civil war', and incidentall 1'spealks o
school h istoies and1( the right of seces
''Te prohl)ii,i Lonists gave Newberri
an impilortant pla*ce on the ticket an<
also gave her the 0111airmanishi p of thie
ehxcutiv~e CommIlittee. Mi'. A. C9. Jones
- t,he ebal imant, 1s tan active and enet'
Igetic wvorker and has a large uicquaiint
Ii11anee in the State, which wIll he vaIn
Sable to him in ilhiis work as chairman.
''e ThecDeocratie clubs are orderedl t<
I meet th~ is week and elet, delegates ta
the couinty' convention to be held or
fiirst Mtonday iln May. TIhie iHer'ald anm
t. News would be glad to have each elul
t send1( us the delegates as soon as the
,are elect ed.
Senator Mlower' addls strength to th<
-pr'ohiibition ticket, for lie is a goo0
- lawyer aind well and favorably knowr
In the Stat.e, and1( if electedI Attornoe
S General wIll fIll the oilice with cr'edil
a wblethor t,he prlohiiIt.ion or' somei ot,hei
L candidate wilns for Gioverlor'.
I 311'. HIugh Wilsonl, oif the Press anm
iHanner', ha~s r'eettly ccelbrated hihi
39th an iver'sar'y of labor' on1 thal
Ipel'. WVe do not, always agrec
1. wit,h tho t,te'rnco of the Press an(
1. I-an ner. hut it is one of the exchianges
that we are always gla~I to r'eceive a
one that we always read, and that we
I feel is the highest complIment we conk<
paty tIle valuen of the labors of Mir. WII
Sson. We hope lie may have maln3
more years of success on the Prcss ant1
I Banner. lie is one of the few countr3
ii editors who has made money out of the
Thq prohibition- ticket as to former
factional divisions is rather mixed. 't
has ignored former differences. 'How
I Mr. Epton happened to be chosen 'is
i also something of a mystery. He may
be a prohibitionist, but we had an idea
that he wis a dispensary man.
The fight, this year is going to 1e
t three-ornered. Dispensary champi
ioned by.ov EGo erbe; prohibition by
> Mr. B3runson, and high license with
dispeniary regulations by somebody.
That is the light to he waged on the
stunp this year.
The State convention when it mots
shoald clear up tho pledge and let the
prohibidionists have it fair field and
ulve the people anl opportunity to say
whether or not they want prohibl
Tilt. iloUsK DO', NOF AIICO.
Tito lelligeratiey MOtl atvidependence of
Umba Not to lte It vognize.dt.
(Special to Herald and News.)
Columbia, April 18.-Iouie adopted
a ,notion to substitute the Senate
amondiment except the one recogniz
Ing Cubat. belligerancy by a vote of 183
to 158. It now goes to a committec of
insurgents attack "panish fort.
Outbreaks in Spain are quelled by
the authorities. AuousT, Konv.
Columbia, April 18, 7:30 p. m.-The
resolutions will go to Co aforanco com
muittet which will very p obably st.rike
out the resolution eo c igczlng'tho pre
sent Cuban government.
It is reported that additional torpedo V
boats have reached Porto Rico.
'he military moved today.
Fighting going on in Cuba.
Stocks are active.
Quiet in Iavlana.
A UGUST KoiiN.
In One Day.
The Itumor of Wediingn
Is in the air. Those who have
beou so fortunate as to havo received
an invitation should show their ap
preciation by sending a gift such as
Cut G1as, Fancy China or a Hand
some Lamp. Either of these arti
cles, they can buy very cheap at
1OBERTSON & GILDE'IS.
TI H NUL E 'N OPEHE
,Stockholders of the New~berry'
Cottont Milks 'ill be held in Council
'hanmbers, at Newberry, S. C., on
Wedne~Ssy, the fourth (day of May,
1893, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon,
i the, election of D)irectors for the en
suing year, and for the~ transaction of
other buasiness. Please attend in per
son or by3 proxy.
TV. JT. McCRARY,
reas. and Gen'1 Manager.
GU-:o. S. M1owER:, Secretary.
A pril 15, 1898. t2t
iTCE s IlEREBY GIVEN
. . that an election will be heold at
the Garmany New School Hot.se, School
JMstrict No. 27, on Tuesday, .\Iay 3,
189)8, from 8 a. mn. to 4 p. mn., upon the
question of the assessment and levy of
the two-mill tax for the purposes of the
Gairmany Schooi. Those who favor
the taking oif of the tax will vote "No
T1ax." Those who are in favor of leav
ing the tax on wvill vote "'Tax."
Managers of said election: B. F. Can
noni, S. P. Crotwe 1 and W. C. Hayes.
All voters who pay taxes on as much
as *100 worth of p)roperty, by bringing
their last tax receipt (1897) and regis
tration certificate, are allowed to vote.
TV H. LEITZSEY,
C. 1). BUZH ARDT!,
M. B. CAILDWELL,
A pril 18, 1898. Trustees.
MONEY TO LOAN
.On farming lands. Easy payments.
No colmmissions charged. Borrower
pays actual cost c( peorfecting .loan.
Interost8 per cent.
JOHN B. PA LMElR & SON,
t. 3m Columbia, S. 0.
N MOND)AY, MAY 2, 1898, THE
Sothern Express5 Company will
sell to the highest bidder. for cash, at
the room underr Opera House, New
borry3, S. C'., 7001 unelaimed packages,
being on hand six months andl longer.
See p)oster' for address and descript,ion
of art,icles. Sale wIll comimence at 8
o'clock a. mn.
J. A. BURTON, Agent.
0. M. SAnLtCu, supt,
Newberry, S. C , March 28th.
A TWO STORY DWitLLING
Huse, wvith eight' rooms, good
water, garden, barn, one-halt acre of
land-all enclosed--in the Town pf
Prosperity. Anyone wishing to buy
can write to the undersigned at Hayne
P. 0., Nowberry Co., S C., for terms.
t2m. J. D). BOW LES.
J. B. WValton has opened a Har
ness Shop on Main Street, next door
to 0. Kiettner's. Will. make .new
harness and repair old. Twenty-five
years experience. Prices reasonable.
Give him your orders. Satisfaction
5HE PEOPLE HAVE
that it makes but little
Cifference, how the
merchants quote Low
Prices, in their adver
tisements. That you
::an always get the
same quality of goods
"A LITTLE LESS,"
?t A. C. JONES' Cash
Dry Goods Store.
The fact is, a Cash Store, has be
ono a nocessity in Newberry. As
norchants who chargo anything,
iavo to add additional profit to cover
he losses certain to como in the cre
lit business, and those who pay cash
ro getting tired of paying these
osses, and they know, that this en
bles me to sell tnen
Dry Goods, Dress Goods,
otions, Underwear, Shoes, Pante,
Jmbrellas, Valises, Etc, for a Little
,oss the-a they can buy at any other
itore. I will open this week 17
ases of Men's, Ladies', Misses and
'hildren's Shoes. 20 rolls of New
1atting and a large lot of Men's
ico Pants at a Little Less than you
vill find them elsewhere. When
Iou have anything to buy in Dross
loods, Notions or Shoes, get it at
ny Store and see how much LESS
t cost than you have been paying.
Come and See us Often.
A. C. JONES
The People's Store.
4owl)erry, S. C., April 19, 1898.
Shall be our motto this
season. We are in a
position to give both.
Our buyers have .just
returned from New
York, the center of
fashion for this coun
try, and are now
ready to talk to you
about the things that
buy in the cheapest
e market in the coun
buy in large quanti
We therefore command the very
lowest prices and wvill give them to
We want to call your special at ten
tion to the fact that woe do not sell
trash nor stioddy goods.
Woe pride ourselves in offering re
liable goods in every line, even our
sheapest goods are of standard qual
We propose to lead in point of
;tyle and quality and to meet all com.
petition in point of price.
are full of nice, new
to show them to you,
and will do as much for
you as any house can.
Come to See 4p.
TAKE A LOOK
At our 1 esA'IuttonI
and Lace Shoes and
Oxford Ties. They are
the peer of any foot
gear in this or any
other market !
They fit and wear well I
One guarantee goes
with every pair I
You take no risk !
Drop in 'tis no trouble
to show these elegant
S. . WOOTEN,
NEWBERRY S. C.
A E IN V I TED
To call in and examine my line
of goods. I have a nice and well
selected stock of strictly high
grade Chamber Suits in Walnut
and Oak. A full line of medium
and cheap Furniture. Will sell
very close for cash.
R. C. WILLIAMS.
t. ly Main Street., Newlbrry, S. U.
HARRIS - LITHIA - WATER
Contains More Lithia
THN ANY OTHER aITtI i WATE 1 ON TIE MAhrET!
Read what some noted physicians have to say
for it !
The waters of the Lithia Springs Ahell,NC,Api2418.
are odorless, free from color, with iiA netddcliclu o th
pleasant saliney taste, rather pailat.HarsLhaWtrpopsmeo
able When taken in considerablethsttmntatIrgditaoe
quantity, they do not nauseate, purge, o h )s. fnttebs,Lti
or produce any feeling of discom-Waekn ntohepfsin. n
fort. I find from the analysis of the tecniino hshtcUie
wat ers, they contain Chloride Sodium, isato smrelu. Isuei
Carb. Potash, Carb. Soda, Carb. teRemtcadGuyDsae
Lithia, Carb. Iron and Sulphate afr emr ofr hnete
Magnesia. These waters act directly teBfaoo odner aes
upon the mucous coating of theVeyruyors
stomach and alimentary canal, theyJONHYVILA , .D
are powerfully alterative and tonic.
They are everything to inflamed or
irritated surfaces. They act upon
the blood, changing it from acid to
alkaline. In Indigestion, Catarrh of M.J .Hri,Poreo ars
Stomach and Gastrelgia, supple- LihaSrn:
mented with a proper diet, they are DerS:Whlitscorayo
a certain cure. The action upon themycso togv teionas o
kidneys is marked. The Sodium,reeilgncs,Iflfeet a.
Potash, Soda, Lithia, are the best ts oteefcc fteHri
solvents of uric acid, all calcolii. of an Lti ae we sdi ag
a'id character, whether litary or uitts)i th Remacad
cystic, are steadily dissolved. I am (ot itee;i nogdsae
confident that the profession will find o h iny;i nlm aino
it very useful in cases where thisthBlde,adi lcaswer
class of water is required.thrisa ex sso slds nte
J. Q. WILBUR, M. D. uie or epcfly
~VATELOO,S. CAsApilv1l189, GN . H Aprl2, M893.
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Fiehhikes Wieti and Bot ieaer
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