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IThe Fairfield Herald.
EER rWED ESD4 Y.
Dosing a Travellor-A Hotel Scene.
It was one those extenssive hos.
tieries wbich are "to be tied up to"
in most of the large towns in the in
terior of New York, that the follow.
log scene occurred, as can be proved
by a crowd of witnesses, who , have
heard the landlord tell the story.
Tne hotel referred to, was, on the
occasion of which we are speaking,
rather full, and the nephew of the
lan o a ' in one of thq vooms
on r 11 Itb'w's tq rto~ove
1111 1eine0uring the nlight, froni ih14
hands of a person who hAd been pro.
cured to "watch hina." The landlord
had i-structed the aforeaid watcher
to adidti.ister a portion, of some little
phy sie to the patient at twelve o'clock,
the dose to be repeated at certain
hours of the unight.
"He is rather techy, and you had
better stay out of his room until you
go In to give him the medicine," said
"Oh, for that matter, I prefer to
sit here," replied the watcher, who
was a novice in the vocation, and he
cyed the sofa which was in the room.
"Wel!, you wont forget the numbe:
of his room,1' said the landlor d.
"No, si- - -
"And tell him he must take his
medicine without making such a con.
founded fuss as he made with the last
dose-tell him I say he must take it :
it's good for him," said the lanlord
"Good night, sir."
Bonifaco retired, and the watchei
deposited himself on the sofa, fronm
which he was aroused by his ow:
snoring, ut a quarter before one.
In dismay, he seized the potioni
and hurried up statis.
The sick man was loged in No. 52,
but the nurse in his mistake, mistook
No. 53 for it, and entering the latter,
he saw a person lying in the bed fde
upwarde, with his mouth wide open,
and respiring with that peculiar gur.
gle in the throat which indicates
strong lungs and a pletorie habit.
"A b, he makes a fuis about taking
his mcdicine does lie I I'm blowed,
thoughbg-if"119 1opi' tke one -dos,
qui1:y-befo e' -e' wua ewA 'up', it
fact," mentally exclaimed the astut<
The idea of giving a portion of bit.
ter physic to a somnolent patient, was
i ifliziently ridiculnus, but when we
consider that the watcher had entered
the wrong room, and was about te
*jtlinister it to the wrong nhan, the
aff.axr becomes still more ludicrous.
Our Jriend,' the ivtatcher, acted
promptly, and havtng filled the bowl
of a large spoon with the nauseating
mixture, he forced it down the throat
of the sleepiIng traveller, who happen
ed to be a.healtby ibernain, who had
never t:.sted of phyio before in hii
life. The lii..hman struggled and bit
the spoon severely, but the watcher
plunged it still deeper in his throat,
saying as he did so.
"Oh, but you must take it-thc
landlord says you must."
The nasty dose went down, but
when Patrick recoveted his' breath
and began to put forth his objurga.
tionsi in his own peculiar rhetorie, the
watcher diacovered that he had com-.
mitted an awful blunder a'id seiz.
ing the light, fied from the room.
The natonishted and euraged traivel
.ler arose from his bed, and was soon
heard A'shing about in search of the
land lord,,swearilylg vengeanoe against
him, and all -connectedl with his house.
On bo came; tearing through the pas
sage.-, ipanging doors, and roaring like
r* Inzi hull.
'06i6o01l ! it't. k ilt I am, be d ad,
* yhow I Au u-h ! I'm ch:awed with
The1' I.vil a bit iv a f'irum in the
western country will I buv now-for
I am a dead tmn, sure ! The pizon is
ating me up jist I O.h I it's enoutgh
to make a dog throw hisi father int the
fire I Iholy Saint Patrick I L~endlot d I
Patrick had by this time dleseended
to the floor on which the landlord's
apartment was situated, and the wor
thy host heatring the cry, opened his
"Alt I is it there ye are ? cme out
for a bating-or let me come till ye.
A d-d poorty house ye're kapin, to
send yer .man into an honist triaveler's
slap 1.t~ghI te hiternashty'p~izen I
CSw&..u .here, I'll lather you like
,~ I~a 49 91 ajtter my good
Ow I the mnttbi is it I whim Is
~o i e ram
min J bm$adle downi me trote full
uv' ung 'ie, 'You inust
take it-br *'he O leu'd lordsez' you
snust. Aod,'noyvwnliad the. .9,tter,
ses you ! An**shadt. one iv.'of your
tricks on trav hers ! (onmo out here,
4p~t~t~4f oeVe '4thb blobd of
1) .2 ptuem~ndeoet~ traveller.that!s going
to btty land out in the western coun,
TLhe I &a cIt)iame entan
~'Idin'theatnettlie df'a Mb'ieste
.tiwt , toiqdIerd'. soe er era
~byior wbafthough a. host an him.
self, she.bhe1'wtJrillin to riak in a
rough and tumble fight in the dark,
-aimf'ftvmtf6 ifoke~d hIm 'book -to
)hers engpyggph 6e4ekog and
S.hia ;ptupotive puirchtasert 'of a
"western land" having extricated lis
legs and arms from the settee, still
thirsted for the landlordAs bloo.
"Brlg me the muuheotin'ol
layO plet, te come at him P -,
At this junoture, howevor, Mike,
tle''bstler, rmade his appearance with
a liieru, whiho ho held up to the .
physic smeared face of the enraged
traveler, with a jvery polite request
that ho should "bhold. his tongue."
But Milke was at last compelled 'to
give his countrymnan a good beating,
which had the effyot to restoro him'to
good humor ; and when he found he
was not poisoned'after all, he retired
once more to bed, to dream - of- the
farrum which be was going to buy in
the western country.
A Cute for the Files.
The South. Side Signal publishes '
the following which may be of benefit
to some of'our rcade:s
EDITOR SIGNAL:-I feell it my
duty to comtuuicate to you the fol.
lowing directions for the cure of the
above named disease, and- by giving
publicity to it, no doubt you will eon- e(
for a great favor on many of the Sig. I
nal readers. A
In the first place, put about one- T
half a pint of cold ahbes in the bot.
tom of a chamber and on these ashes
a coal of fite,and on the codl a piece M
of resin the sie of a pea, or a little l
larger, and sit immediately over the
burning reo.in a few minutes, morning 01
and evoening, for a few da3 s. A oure i
can thus be effected at the expense of '
less than two cents. t
In proof of the above remedy, would 4
say I stlffered extremely for a num
ber of yeirs, earnestly sought every
remedy within reach that appeared
reasonable, but hardly obtained ao
mentary relief, and fearec I bhould
have to give up 1 tbor entirely, as a
neighbor of mine had done, and had
taken his bed expecting to die with
this diseqse, as his father had. This
was in blay, 1870, and in a most suf
lering condition, his doctor failing to
relieve him, a friend of his hearinge 1i
of his illness sent him the above di- fA
reotions. I called to see him the t
atme evening, when he told te of the a
oure ; that he was immediately re
lived of the soreness and unplia-ant. ,
ness of the disease. I went imrmedi- C
ately home and applied the same
remedy, and was relieved in two
tinutes of the pain and sot ene.a, and
after applications of perhaps not
more than six or eight sittings over
the burning resin, I was relieved of
all soreness and afflicting bensa
I write thus partioularly, for if only F
one of your readers should be beno.
fitted as my neighbor and myself have I
been, he will have cause to regard
you as the instrument of conferring a
great blessing upon him. After two
years' liberation front such extreme A
suffering, I submit the oure for other a
ones. It is No HusiU uo. t
A Dog and fler Poppies. 9
The fklfowing story shows the natu
ral love'or a dog to the offspriog so
strong as to make it bland to the fact *
that its litle ones were dead - A f,
prencher named lucholz, who lived n
at IlIsmark, in Hungry, had to go a
to the village of Eperios, about '
twenty-five ntles distant, and ho took
with him his dog. Ile staid there
several days, and had to return home I
without his dog, which, in the mean
time, had a litter of puppies. f3u
cholz had not been long at home be
fotre, to his great suaprise his dog
appeared with a puppy in her mnouth,
whtich dhe carefully Lid on thte mat
where she eommwonly slept hterself, and
then she rushed out of the house along
the way leading to Eperies ; after
somte hours ste appeared again with
a secoud puppy in her mouth, and in
twenty-four hours bhe went and cameo et
back fqur times more, on each return'
bringing home a puppy ; of course
all were dead. As she laid down the
last puppy en the mat, the poor dog
could scarcely stand for wearineto ;
she whined and trembled, looking piti. !
fully at her dead puppiei, and afterT
waakmng (Ittce or twice tound, she lay ix
dliwo beda them and died In a few
mtintestC. Iu twenty-four hours she
had~ run over a hundred and eighty
An exchange is responsible for the ,
"There is a place in GJranville, raid gi
to he so rocky, that whten a cert oin -
farmer goes to plant eorn, hte looks
for elevlces in the rocks, and shoots
the grains in with a musket ; he cani't
raise docks there nobow, for the
stones ate so think that the ducks
can't get their Lills between thent
to pick out the grasshoppers, and the I'
only way that sheep can get at the
sprigs of grars is by grinding their~
nose on a grindstone. The ino..t itt.
dustrious :nan in -the county who
works this farm. But that tsn't a
circumstance to a farm above Oxford,
which is so poor, that on a clear day
you can see the grasaltoppers climb D
up a mullen stalk, and the bumblie
bees have to go down on thteir knees _
to got at the grass ; all the mtu~qui-A
toes died of starvation, and the turkcey
buzzards had to emigrate. Ti'i 519
truot of land Is familiarly known, in t
the political world by the naine of
AJudge Scrupleslgalz Rienutlon on _
* Frldpy, (
The relielous rurtples of Jitoge ~
M~oore, of Roanoke, Virginia, p rorent c
hitm ftemglvinig a nian the htalter on
F~riday, banigins da y. Ile ren'sons.
thus.- Christ was ornoifled ont Friday,
and--e 'is ~ut'illing :to briog 'the -
acnd.o ariminaL igjtspasition.
wi~ htof og1'laviour ; and says if
he is~on'tbie..benchIa hupdred yer ''
syd.sentpne~s 039 grie .k ili a
never name . Frr es the ~ayo
Heaps of weddiags flutter Ndw $,
York next month.
."TR A4- MANK-Sis
Hair Dressing and Restorer.
- Millions say
Your Druggit has it.
Advert lsemtategrqQpying jug Iages of
ace will be inserted In 269 NawaPAPdR,
eluding 24 DA.aUIt., 1U
verIng thoroughly Jh States of bMary.
nd, Delaware, Vr gala, Wet. Virginia,
ortih Carolina, South Carolina, Georgi4,
labnaa, b1ississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas,
Dnuessee, Kentucky and Missouri,
One Month for $148.
ore Papers, More Dilled, Larg'r C'irou.
ion, Lower Price, than any other List
pecial rates given for more or less space
an one inch, und for a longer period than
ke month. Equally favorable quotations
ado for any single State. Copies of Lists.
iroulars, Etin ases, and full information
rnished on a.ppliention. GEO. r ROW
L & CO., Newspnper Advertising Agents,
Park Row, New York.
A Century of triumphs over dyspepsia
ter disense; bowel complaints and various
brile and nervous disordera. has unmor
lized 11o Seltzer Spa, and these victories
'e now repeated throighout this hemis.
tere by TARANT's ErruIVasOENTSHLTZn
PEInIRNT; containing all the elements and
'oducing all tile happy results of the
reat Ge nian Spring.
SOLD DY ALL DRUOo!TS.
Cheap Farms I Free Homes I
ON TIE LTNE OF Tila
UNION PACIFI3 RAILROAD,
A LANn ORANT 0r
IN TiHK nR5T
a ndg ald juilcral Laids Ir Ailterica.
1.000,000 acres in Nebraska in tha Oeat
'In-te Vialley, the Garden of thi West,
ow fii sale I T'ese lands are In the can
-al portion ofths United 8't(es,'on tie
1t degree :f North Latitudo, the eentrail
ie of the great Tnperate Zene of the
met ican Co inent. and for,grain growing
rid ato.-k raising unsurpassed.by any in
te U'nite S.ntes.
Cheaper in Price, more favoral'le terms
ivert, and more convenient to market thap
in be found eleewhere,
F.'g cPomesteads for Actual Settler.
lie best locutions fur Colonies Soldiers
ititled to a Iomestead of 160 / cres.
ree Pasaes'toPArchaiers of Land. send
r the new Descriptive Pamphlet, #ith
w mnps, published in ,English, German.
wedist and- Danish, nftil-d free evert.
here. %ddress 0. F. DAVIS.
Land Commissioner, U P. It. R Co.,
anning's Patent Kid-Fitting Skeleton
Recommended by all
Should be worn by
all ln lies wh- vrdnue
health and comfort,
Tihey are particularly
, reomnded forsum
mer wear and wirm
climates, alt houigi ,a
daptei to all seasonas
of the year. For Nale
by all first class deal
5. WORCESTER SKIRIT 4.O.,
Sole Manuf.aaturers, Worcster, Mass.
CURE tN~ COD.
Do not sufi'er your Lungs to become di.
soed by allowing .. Cold to become seated.
tousands have died Prcmr.ture Deaths
to Victims of Cotimption-by neglect.
g a Cold.
Dr. Wm., Hall's
BALSA M Fai LUNGS.
hl &ure Conghs, olsana Cnnsuript ion
rer and quicker than any other renmedy.
aots like magic For sale by all Drag.
eta and Medicine l'ealers every where.
Portablo Soda Fountains,
$45, $50, *75 and $100.
Good, Durable an4 Cheap!I
?hipped Ready for Use,
W. OHA PMAN & 00., Mails m.~ Ind.
,END Fein Ciuns.s
** Doro any onse of
. . Blindt, ttleedingI,
odlln tra ier
tails to ouro. It in thepa,'e expressly
cure the Piles, and noting else. Sold
all Druggists.. Price, $1.00.
GENT5 WA~ren -AgnfN lwblk mora
money at norlf for us than' at anything:
e. BusibEsa fIght and ptlhannemt Paw
uin'htrise, ti..4-risoN-& Co., ut #Art
blisher's, Portlribd4 Mniug.
' PIANO CO., N. Y Price
hE.AT htI 10A~ o QI s
kneyledre oail Sent fre~e -t~u~
(I gTRa ii
Qpdgalkindi. Niteo' Weliu in
te era and 2 pound U&e) Desl
ed Cocoanue, Plckler,Sardinee, Oranges,
in1 18 Qs A, WHt IflI
1 cat 10A.White Broad Cors,
1,0ar load primse Yellow Cc ro,
I Car load No. 1 fixied Cord,
800 bushels White Spring Oat,
100 bushele Dohted Meal,
109 barrels Flour,
100 seeks Fler,
go Kita Mackerel,
15,000 lbs. White and Smoked BaNon,
Lard in Cans and Kegs,
g tierces prime Canvassed Hane,
10 sacks' No. I Cofee,
4 boxes getuine 1ialian Miearon,
Sugars of all grados,
Smoked and Pickled Tongues, Ao.
Pickled Salmon and 8hadd,
ilominy, vice, &A.
Plow MOulds, Stool, Iron, Vails &a.
loes, Spades, Shovels, Trace Chailas,
And a large stoek of Boots and Shies.
Call and examine our stock.
B.ACOT &; Co.
I Car load Pri:me White Corn,
I Car load Liverpool Salt,
Smoked and Dry Salt Clear Rib Sides,
Canvassed and Uncanvasst d Sugar Cured
llama, P'rime Leaf Lard, West India and N.
0. Molasses, "Pride of Augusta" Flour,
the finest in market, Sugar.. ,.ud Cogee of
all grades, Ihorse sal Mule 8hoe., and
Nails, bimdes, Shotels and Hay Forks, all
hinds of Wooden Ware, Ilames, Trase
In my Lumnber Yard, a chofce let o
Lumber and Shingles. In addition I have
a small remnant of a ctoak of Crookery,
which will to. disposed of A 7' 00ST.
My teems areC as', or 30 days
on a Safe Rest.
Parties wanting anyt hing in may linewill
find it to their (nterest to price my goods
before purchasing elsewhere. Erery arti.
ole w arra.nted.
T 1?. ROBER2TSON.
TI~~ o the~ AOJRET
ir 4 ne t ea,1 g . sDry G~oods,
at, *s het h k, unkv, &e., aa
low Dry-Goods Empariuu, most door 14'
!o4 ardeT)1 oCe1 e4
1 Terce of Fin. Uneanvassed Ilants, fpr
aetlow for Cask,
We are now receti
ing our Second
Spring and Summer
esa- " oM'K: se -,
All sold at lowest
LADD BROS. & CO
The Second supp
of new and beautift
Shoes of all style
Many mnade, to ot
own order, now con
ing in at
LADD BROS & COe
LIFE INSURANCE CO,
Hon. Jefferson Davis, Pres'
Gen. Wade Hampton, Vice Pres'i
.T. D. KE~NNEDY, Sta e Agmit.
may 10-3y Local Agent.
1200 DuglhaIs White Blrendl 9'rn.
100 Blble. Flotcr. itanlinin nil graedee,
10,000 Lbs. White and Smosk- dl Bacon,
600 Lbs. Canvasoed mind Unoauva.,s
800 Lb.. "Dreakfasti Stip" B3 oon.
10 lBble. mss-,rted Cakes' iud Bimacuit,
I'aliata Mmnoenri uoand ('Ieenom e.,n ra
and unocanvawdc~ iii. d Je,.:. Irna, s-, a
afA sanse pric'e av ucorn, aways (r. hiad.
D, R, Flenniken.
.I ore Tripoli and Emnory.
W. Lknaown to jewellers and sillv
emihaan eperill, nnd ecounmic
article for cleaning and brnnihhg 0O.
Silver, Copper, Steel, Dritannmia aind oth
Metals, and also for clenning Window
A$iruors and Glassware. For smile by
sept 8 bio1NTYRL.E & C0
AN ORIiNA NCE.
The Tntendani aind Wardenss of the 'ins
of Winnsboro. in Uounoll met, do ordal
Th'at the s own Market is ope'n to Any 01
for the sale of fresh meals, witha the follo1
lng charges for the prlvilege of sellin
vis.- For one beef, I1, sheep, hog.,
goata 50 cents each.
'lydo niuo ordnin. That all fresh me
hali be sold only from the Market, a;
ats one violatiti g this ordYIhance, shall pr
a IIno of Five' Dollars for each And erel
o enoe. Ary one offerIng sated or ii1
e n~ct~ shal j p a ihne, of Five Dolia
lone'In ConnolL. in the Town of Win
?4116 Clerk of Concil.
,, . .ay~ and Corn. .
8 i Bushel WPime tlle Corn. d
received and will be sold low for oaeh.
ani 8o unAT & nnaO
MoMASTER & BRICE
A IE now recelving a choice otock of
Fashiotable and *-taple Dry Goords. in
which the hadlies ay find beautifual illauk
.Alike, .npntiese Silks, Littens. M uslins.
Piqe Cloth, Grenedine. Dolly Vnrdensanl
otler Dress Goodta. Elegint, Laces, Rib
bons, and other dress trimmings.
.sheeingq. Towelinigs. Quitt, Musquito
Nets, Oil I'lothli, Mattin%4 mad other house
A wond snppty of (assimeres, Lincm..
Cottonndes Closhing aid lintit for Men
i nd floys. ns wvs1ll. sli i utietail 'arge nol
Ji .liion in their strek of ine ShPos n:d
(Ph erp 4h.,es,
tsi.lswre. Woo.len wa re, Crocher. . Bonks,
Pairns and ledicines.
A benutiful sto.k of Wall Paperisg,
Window Shades &e.
The Inspeotion of the Public is Invited.
U SPRING GOODS.
J. 0. DOAG
Ins just received a large and eplendid
d. assorwtent of Dry Goods. adies Drest.
Goods, Notions, Fancy Goods, Shoes, &o
Also fresh Groceries, lacon, FMonr.
Maukerei1, Lard. Meal. Go it.. Fugar. Coffee.
Tea, Syrups and fresh Kerosene Oil.
MMrS. T.o . BO.A-.,
Wishes to inform her friends and phlrot4s
that she has tu-'t opened a full stook of the
l'mteestyles of Prits, Bion nets, -Ribbons.
Laces, Flowets AKo., and will, as htereto
fitre, u.e every -tft ao please the miost tas
tidiouq. Ordlert. will receive' careful attd
prompt nrtenti.n. Briidal and Mournintg
irnnets. nmade eo order. A'iso latest stvles
Chigisons, Swiaches, Fanoy Jewelry. 'La
dies Tyesa, &o. apI 18
Charlotte, Columbia and August
, 1or.UunftA, arch 21%, 1872.
T II following Passenger Schedule will
go into effec:t on thia Road on and after
DAY TIIAIZN-GolNO NOUTH.
Leave Augusta, at. 0.45 a mt
's Columnbita. S. C., 11L.45 ti m
'' Winntsboro. 1.52 p It
" Chstr 8 81 p mn
.\rrive at Cha:1o:te. N. 0. 6 10 p m
DAY TRAiN--Oongfl 1 lo~it.
edl I.ew.:e f'harlotte, N. C. at, 7.10 a n
''Chest er, 926 a m
" 4:ntnahore, It0 64 a mt
" (Colutmbia 1.15 p m
A irive ati Augusta 6 15 p en
d SInMT ''RAtS-Eloto NapaTt.
it l,evge Angnitata 6I.3& p u
SCol mhin. 11 10p m
S Winnttboro, 1.10 a m
" C'he-ter, . 2.10 a m
Arrive at Chritele. 6.00 a u.
Stnfl 'tNS--otv RofUTtt.
'Leeve "'hntlotte. 7 .25i p m
" Chaester -0 283 p to
' Va tusharn. 31 8I2 p mn
't " alumbhia. -I 49 a m
Arrive i Augn.ra, 6.81 a mt
E P. A LEXANDER.I1 8upI.
- E R1 Donr~rv. fi.nnl al.fket Agent.
3; Doors, Sashes, Blinds, &c.
F-. P. T.Q .A.IL ~i3.
y Manutsotturer and Dealer,
N to. 20 IMayne Sl0et end Ilorlbeec', Wharf,
OHAR&LESTON, S. 0,
3STis is the lprgesut and mnost ot
*plete factory of the kindl in the Sotihern
111ates, and all artIen in. thin' line can be
furnished *ly Mr, P. P, Toalt. 90 prices
wilich e 00pmgetItion
jA pamphlet. with fnll anld detailed
list of al sises of~ Doors, Fashtes usnd.IBlinds,
andi ehe ices of' each,' wilt be sot, free
L and post paid, on applicatin to
P. P. TOALE,
jual7 11.17 Cha,...to.,. 8 0.
I. Var*itan, 'IsrItr. n it .5 Melha*. i tm & o. nrusarsl
a Glai. Agest, San F ramdnio,CaI.,anit 34 tomuaearce Sg., N.Y.
MIILEIONS eanr Teusisasossy to saiwr
Woslerfeal steratlivo E freet.
Vinegar Hitters are not a vile Fanucy
Drink, Made of Poor 1tesin, Wisiskey,
Proof Spirit anl Itefuse aiesnor,. doe
torWed, spiccd and sweetened to pIeano the tateb,
called " Tonics,' " AppoticS." ' liestorers," &e.,
that lead tho tippler on to drunkennees and ruin,
but are a truo Miedicine, mado rrom tho Native
Roo's and Herbs of UnIlfornia, fro frone nil
Alcoholic Stiennilants. They aro tho
GREAT 1114001) PUltVIl1 nait l A
LIE GIVIN(A PiNCIPLE, a perf.ct
Itonovator and Invigorator of tio Systemi, earrr
ing off all poisonous matter and restoring tlo blood
to a healthy condition. No person can take these
Ditters according to dIrections and remain long
unwell. providad their bones are ntot destroyel
by nineral poison or other neans. anti tho vital
organs wasted beyond the point of repair.
They iro (Aentle Purgativo gn weil
as a Tonic, possessing, also, tie peculiar merit
tf acting as a powerful ayent in relieving Conges
tion or Iniasamation of th Liver, anl cf all. tho
FOL FEMA1.3 C031PlA INTS, whether
Iu Young or old, married or single. at t he dawnt of
womanhooi or at tle turn of life, these Toni Dit.
term have no equal.
1'or Infinnemnatory ant Chronle Itheln.
mnitidin anti n 1 3, 0yeaaia simi 0r 1ll.
diventlin, illioms, tesittent u nil
intermitment I'evers, Disonsmes or 1i6o
Iiond, I.lver, Miai s rda ilalaiesler,
t'mese liliter 'a ve bee: most sicemsful. Snit-lb
DIentases are canstd Iy ViMited lMi oodl,
whi.Is lm trioner.eiiy pro.luctri by dcranl;ei.nit of
tIhe% lilUViieni vae' Orina is.
)1SFEPSIA OILt INi)i GEST1ON,
Ivalimbwhe. l'lli it 1lle 1-ibonl1, ' Uollmih. Tight.
nes of the Uhsct, bizzinc.ia. Soar Eittluimita of
the ltoinellh, Baul Tn,.te inl theo M1nth. I ltom
Attacks. I'alpitnt on of the llenrt. In:tininati. s til
the Lunigs. Pnlit i ther gions of Lime Kilneys. onit
a itindred oth r Iainfuml isymjptioims sre tie off
swings of lyIyspelin.l.
They invigor.ito the St.nineht nmlit sinmilnte the
tnrisil Liisr i:s liowel, wisklie menider thaemt et
uneqnm lied .ffleeau it cle.no ng tihe bLinoi of aiil imI.
poirstis. nnal impiiartitsi. sew life anal vigor to thu.
FOR bKtYN DISIE3ASEM, Trmnptione,Tetter.
Eilt m hemtmn. lilUtcht'S. -puint l'imiple-. Pnssttnlea.
11 -It4. t'nrtinel, ltimiteiWermia, 8 nWd lead. So:e
I res.E yinipea. Itch. Seamrfs. l)is oloratiows tif that
Skti. I imnntorsa 111smsh l-in;- of I the *-kis. of wivat
ever iisitiw ir nt:slre,' nie lii ernily dog nyi ns.1 car.
ri d onit of the-syte I, it A lahrt ilue ly time Isc of
thewe liit ters. Oix botiL l in c e ni(lires will con
vilco tie 1itos' incredsina:otts of t heir cutImive effLect.
Clonse tle Vim inted looi whenieveryon fail its
imnpurities birting through ihe 4kia in l'inililes,
Eriptions or Sores; elenaa it when yiu tinal it
olbsitntet ai. shi.ggish ite iveina: cleantise it
when it Ia f ttl.:ainai or feelhiags will Ia-li you when.
Keap the blood Imre, anil time health of tihe System
PIN, TA l'E, nni other WE IIS, arking
in that s f ti-im aiatin my thousm,. ai effectuully
dk stro; el mnli remove.1
BOLl IY Al,, ialtUGi15TS AND DT:aLlIS.
J. WATEEIt, 1'ropritst-r. it. It McDONAL)D &
!'O.. 1).iagist. naa Iless. .Wea-a m. San Franisco, .
d: adl; C aimmerce Street. New York.
CHIACL=3 A. .l. o:-.
A Nevepaper of tho Prosot Timmc.
Intendad for Peoplo N; ow on Earthi,
*ioluding Farmers. 3echantei,. Merchants, Prc.
Asslonal aton, Workors. Tiinkers and ai Man.
her of IHonost Fohks. and tho Wives, Sons, au
Daughtern of all suiola.
ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YE~AnI
ONE ilUND~RED COPI1roiFO 850O.
Oi less than One Cent a Cl y. Let thero be a
630O Climb at ovary Post Osilce.
SEMI-WEEK LY aBU N, SQ A E A R,
of the same size an I gencerr. c'aaractor as
THE WVEEKLY, bait witla a gaeate~r vairioty of
mlsacellanooms meadini, and faurnishinig time nemws
to its subscribers withm greater freshmness. becauso
iteComne twico 'i week lnsticadi of onaco only.
THF. DAILY SUN, 00 A YEAR.
A pret .tonfty reaahlo nioespp with thme
NaratesL ssracslationi an the woasi ree laIde.
pe'dent, anda tearlos in tiotilles. All te noni $
~onovemrywhemre. T'i cents a copy ; by mnul,
cena a mnonth, or $0 a year.
TERMS TO OLUBS.
THE DOLLAR WEEJiLY tSUN
lve copies, one year, separatly actdress4t
Ten copies, one tear, seniateiv adlressed (sat
ama Oxtra copay to thmO gotter u) at clus
Twenty copies, one year, Sepamratoir addrsessedt
(aadan extra copay to thne g etter u p of einb).
- - ifteemn Doliars.
Nft op-a. one year, to one adares Sand tino
*smk.Weokly ce yea to tter tip of club),
Nify fO~ikwneyear, 'eparately autdressed (ad
cekiyoneyearto gretter urnoremb
One Jmundied ednfee, tne year, to aene addrers
cinbath D~aiy for one year to .esag teus c
Qo bundred oie0olee year. separately ad.
dreoe saieas lyTmroumerasa er
THlE SE~hlEWEEKLT SUN.
Fivo Copies. one year, separatcnadrejs
7Ten corleas, one yoer. ueparatelv adlarcssed (and -
an extra copy to gotter up of claw),
SEND YOUR MONEY
SPmvt NEeca- ot-lete. -elest, or dr'tfts a-n hhew
Y~-.laot.- contahi' mney'. .Ad o~ises 3c se
I, W. ENOLA Nt), Pithiehev
ROOT ANiD SHOE'
. a -fa t Ori.' y,
ii A V NG !ii~sO ed thes
very besti Mcelhatnies in
. tats oniry, I. reel war
ranittd in tim alg il-emS I
cani ftunamkh sis nllat 11OOT
-- r MiiOE~ as ansy Siop
in the 8ouih Mll work,
warran(eds in give sanlisci on. My Shop
he next dloor to F. Oerig's Sadlery
niar 19. 8. M. OGIBERT.
Thei uandersigned hnivo___
Inonted ilhemsrelves al
[loliok's old strand, where
threy tire prep nted io mansntua ro or' repair
Carr) ges, ilnggi eS ala d wq.en. Thecy
are Jalso prepare~d ,o do any kinsd of' Finmanm.
tion work, such as p'ow-mnking, plow.
lnying,-horse-shmnemig, &o.- All wiotk *ar
ran'td 1o give satisineiioni.
my1-m IIEIIIWN & OIL!3ERT.K
26 DOZEN1 Brsdes Crowni Ioes.
I Ticee of' Whmolo ilico.
50 Busthols Meal.
Patent Coiton Biok Bands aind Ilooks.
For sale by '
mar 10 DEATY & DRO.