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THE MOBBISTOWB GAZETTE WEDNESDAY, JULY M, 1879. (Continued from first page.) railroad vrre secured and built, ad ding millions to the taxable wealth of the te and aviug fabulous amounts of money to our people in ihe matter of transportation even in our country the sum of $27,000 a year. It is a common error that these bonds are held exclusively by rich bankers and corporations, on Wall slreetTNo matter where they i.iri ii,ftvrp all the same, the aic Li- just debts of Tennessee, aud she if this day enjoying the beneQt of them .But the fact U that compared to the .v,rt,inf ih number of our lYUVlv ttiuvuwwt bonds held north of Baltimore U in considerable. All the worldly wealth of many a good man iu your own State, and many a widow and orphan in this and other States, is invested in these bonds, ana oeg gary awaits them all alike, if this compromise, by which they give away half their debt, be rejected. It is an error, also, to suppose that these railroad bonds are the debt of t.r. rarrac3 find not the State. If I W & a... V'"V the litigation against certain roads ehould terminate adversely to the roads, the roads, eo instanti, become the creditors of the State, and tue State is still bound to the roads for the whole amount they may be com pelled to pay the bondholders, in every case where the roads nave ins charged their indebtedness to the State in substituted bonds. In the legislation under which these bonds were issued, the State became the sole debtor, and reserved to itself and to itself alone, a statutory mort trae on the roads, their rolling stock, fixtures and properties of all tinfla fnr its indemnity. The bonds were issued to bearer and embody simply the obligation of the State to pay them; and Dowhere in the vast body of legislation on the subject is found a line or a word that intimates a lien or mortgage on the roads for the benefit of any man or corpora tion who should become the holders of these bonds. Indeed, it is im possible to tell from the face of any of the bonds to what railroad com nanv it waa orioinallv issued. In J "J - o the original legislation the State re served the right to legislate in any necessary manner for its own pros tection, and this element inheres in the contract itself and a part of it, so that all persons who bought the bonds took them with full notice that the State re.erved to itseit a lieu which it might at its option re linquish to the railroads in any man ner deemed necessary to its own protection. This reservation in the original contract, it seems, would put a finality on the question. The idea that any bondholder of thi9 class has a lien upon the railroads of this State to pay the debt which the State alone owes, whether press ed in good faith or held in terrorem over the roads to secure, pro hac vice, their powerful aid in having the public debt adjusted, is in my judgment a fallacy which the courts will in due time explode. It cer tainly never entered the mind of any Legislature, or Governor, or or Attorney General of this State, whose official duties required the most careful consideration of this bond question in all its phases, that any man or corporation held a lien, either equitable or legal, upon the railroads of this State as the mere holders of the bonds issued by the State to us railroads, it is a con ceded principle under ..the doctrines of equitable liens and subrogations that when an obligation passed by assignment all the securities for its payment pass with it to the assignee. But suppose the original mortgagee baa in h'13 contract stipulated the re erration of a right to relinquish his securities to the debtor and he does actually do so then the Hen of the mortgage is forever gone and upon wnac principle can tue assignee evoke a lien ? And this is the exact status of this question. The rail road companies who have discharg ed the State's lien in substituted bonds, are forever acquitted of all indebtedness to the State, and the bondholders can look alone to the State, their sole debtor, from the be ginning to the end. But human judgment is fallible, aod if I am mis taken in this, the fact still confront? us that. If the railroads who have discharged their indebtedness to the State, are agai-.compelled to pay, the State is bound in law aud morals to reimburse them. The people then hare no great concern with this rabroglio between the bondholders and the railroads. They have noth ing to say at the polls but that we will accept the generous proposition to pay a debt of $24,000,000 with $12,000,000 in thirty year bonds at four per cent, interest, and let all creditors come in and fund their 1 debts under the new contract, and if any should stand aloof under the idsa that they can make their whole debt out of the said roads, then that is not your matter. Yon, at leat, have done what you could. But if it should turn out that the bond holders litigation should succeed, then the railroads will be the bond holders and the creditors of the State, and the avenue to accept these terms of compromise will still tles inn be open to them. In any aspect of ' 1 . Mi l. the question, this settlement win dg wise, judicious, .and beneficent .to you and the e'erat(onM,liat .arej.e come after you ; and'tbe. very fact that the debt is. adjusted flpOn a basis so honorable in you, and so generous in your creditors, .will,- in my,jadg- raent, put a new face upon th'mg3"ifi Tennessee. We want, above all things, to increase our .wealth to build up our waste places to open the bowels of our mountains to clear up and cultivate our vast do main of unopen lands. To do this, we must put ourselves in a condition to invite capital and - immigration within our borders.' We cannot do so with this millstone hanging about our necks. When the invitation goes forth now. these people mock at your hospitality, and eay yon want them to come and help you pay this enormous debt, or share the dis grace of non-payment. A thrifty emigrant, in search of a new home, first enquires the amount of the pub lie debt in the country where he de sires to go, and what burthens of tax ation he will buy with the land he purchases. If these burthens be light he will, other -things bein agreeable, iook about nun tor a homestead. If they are heavy, he will falter and hesitate, and then go away to some more inviting country. If he be an honest man, and sees re pudiation even in the dim distant future, he will turn away irrdisgust. For he knows that the State is the people, and the people are the State, and that a Slate once dishonored, like a woman's virtue once defiled, is dishonored forever, and" that all the holy waters of the Jordan can not take the foul leprosy away, or keep the long, significant finger of scorn from being pointed at its in habitants, whenever they may wan der on the inhabitable globe. If this proposition be adopted by the people, I believe that it will ren der repudiation forever "inapo9ib!c, either by apathy or by positive ac tion ; and, when this debtis adjusted as now proposed,-the wealth of the State will soon double itself, and you will be forever secured against heavy taxes, for the day of imposing heavy burthens on the State has passed away. Paoploof Tennessee:. In one of those fascinating Arabian tales, in which some unknown wizard of the Oriental jelime - has bewitched the imaginations of old age and child hood In the generations a3 they come and go, a sailor tells a story of an old man of the sea whom he took upon rhis shoulders one day to take over the brook. The old man of the sea never afterwards quitted his hold dur ing the day, and when the sailor wish ed to rest at night, he laid himself on the ground with the old man of the sea always fixed to his neck. The sailor at last belhousht him of a heavy draft of generous wine, which he gave him to drink, and the old man of the sea relaxed his hold and fell to the ground, and the poor tired sailor took a stone and crushed his head and slow him. This debt origin ally forty-nine millions, still hangs like an incubus about the neck of this great Commonwealth. It threatens the public honor. It gives pabulum to the demagogue, and retards healthy legislation. It baffles the energies of commerce. It blights the crop of the farmers. It repels immi gration and ".frightens capital. It paralyzes manufactures, closes the mines of wealth in your mountains, and drives awa' the industrial arts. No draughte of generous wine will re lax its hold, but a sweeter chalice still, a commiseration for your accu mulated misfortunes, brings you a tender of liberation, which, in one of your private creditors would seem too generous to be real. Will you agree with your adversary while in the way with him? Will you lose this golden opportunity, which, if rejected now, come3 not back again ? I have the honor to be, your obedi ent servant, John L. T. Sneed Shelby county. July 14, 1879. The Iiamar House. The undersiffued liavinc; re-leased the above popular Hotel, begs leave to in form his friends and patrons, and es pecially the traveling public that he isLawnMowe .uvv ,wu.uUUarcu.36u The House will be fully renovated and i ii iu u ucov auvt uiuou nuuiu v oil ic the table will always be supplied with all the delicacies of the season. In fact it will be his endeavor to make the La mar House second to no ilntel in the South. Polite waiters and the best at tendance will be secured the guests Passengers will be onveyed to and from the depots i"ee charge. ' , Proprietor. Sept. 5, 18 Honored and Blessed. When a board of eminent physicians and chemists announced the discovery that by combining some well known valuable remedies, the most wonderful medicine was produced, which would such a wide range of diseases that most all other remedies could be dispensed with, many were sceptical; but proof of its merits by actual trial has uispelled all doubt, and to-day the discoveries of that great medicine; Hop Bitters, are hon ored and blessed by all as benefactors. A Fool Once More. "For ten years my wife was confined to her bed with such a complication of ailments that no doctor could tell what was the matter or cure her, and I used up a email fortune in humbug stuff. Six months ago I saw a U. S. fllag with Hop Bitters on it, and I thought ,1 would be a fool once more. I tried it, but my folly proved to be wisdom. - Two bot cured her, she is now as well and Strong as any man's wife, and it cost WILL Practice U th Courts of upper Eaat fin i v I wn 1 1 1 1 1 1 ;i rs. . nuf.n iuhv duvh. i . i . i ii o i. it I ' ' JJL. T ., UCUUH, Jllll-u, IT IV TI.U.U' ItM, ' IV New Advertis 'tti'e n I T V 9 i. V " .U-Q. r V HOLE3ALE iU-.: nriHANKFUL TO. THEItt FRIENDS FOR THEIR LIBERAL PAT- JL ItONAGE in Wie past, respectfully aak a coutinuancs of the Rime. Wo again call your attention to our liBt of pure Uqnora High Wine Whisky ; Old Ky. Rye Whisky, Old May Queen ' Whisky; Holland Gitt; Am. French Brandy; Apple Brandy; California Pore Wine; Burks Dublin Vorter: Old Lincoln Swan Gin; ' Cherry Brandy; . -.7 Peach Brandy; Sherry Wine; Wm. Younger s Ale;l ' V. D. Corn JVIiisky; Demijohns 1, 2, 3 and 5 Gallons, if Pint, Pint and Quart JMaska, 1, 2 and 3 Gallon Iron-lxum , Haudled Keg, Bar Glasses, Iioer Hugs, Corks, &e.' Uar Decanters, Cut Glass and Common Labeled Decanters. We do not rectify Uuy aud sell direct from the distillers We guarantee goods to eouie up as sold. Pure Medical Whiskiea a apeciaty. We will mate it to the interest of prompt Cash Dealers o trade with us. Call and see us. ROGERS & PERRY, tiUoct3 79 ' 158 Gay 8t., KJTOXVILUJ, TENN. TO WHOLESALE -AMD. RETAIL. BUYERS. COST JPJE CT WEST SIDE MARKET SQUARE, Has the LARGEST AND MOST VARIED STOCK of f Fancy Groceries, Confectioneries; INuts, Fruits, &c, &c. Ever offered to the Trade and People of East , Tennessee. ..it- Of ' " ..h .' J- - Tlirouehout this section will find it to their interest AjXj WOVlO .. Orders ii Person or by Mail Iiespeetfuily W. TV. WOODRUFF. 7E HAVE DECIDED TO ' ware Business a liue of AGRICULTURAL everytliine in that line at FACTORY PRICES. We shall aim to keep only such articles as stand the test of experience as being the VERT BEST of the kind in use. We had the honor to introduce the OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS, and w ar sure r hare the grati tude of 5,000 Farmers, who are now using tnera in Every article warranted to give peneci siicisiaciion. ' Circulars and Prices sent on application. Correspondence solicited and all information on Machinery cheerfully giren. " "" ' Send for Circulars and Prices to W. W. WOODRUFF & CO. for the following implements . t WHEELER Sc MEEICK'S Champion Tlir-esher and Cleaner, Champion Thresher and Cleaner, Ihe best and lomest priced TliresJiers and Railway and Lever Shinjjc Machines. XX :iTGL IS XtG. 15 Pulverizing '"Wlieel Harrows. WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR THE HOWE SEWIWQ SEND FOR CIRCULARS AND rRICE LIST. " BR EN NAN & CO. KENTUCKY GRAIN DRILL. , "This Tjrill will work in lands where other Drills will fail. The onlp Drill that will not choke or clog in FILTHY LAND of less draft than any other requires but one man and two horse. We belleye this will wort aa great a revolution in Oram JUrills as enu ior uircuxars anu .Trices w . , Cider Mills, Sinclair Oliver Chilled Plows, Double-Shovel Plows, wood or iron beam, 3-Jloller Cane Mills, 2-RoUer Cane Mills, Patent Oalmnized Evaporators & Furnaces. Circular Saws, UaWs Fire Proof Safes, r$f nnr af ncV nt rtV.NK.R AT. TTART1W ATiTT will lia from any quarter. Orders by mail promptly n.'led. ii n V ang 14 78 ly Watchmakers ' $ Corner Gay and Clinch KEEP IN STOCK Waissl Mil Mi Site Si Wlafei faro, Sripet-ioi f 1 able rWKEPAIK ING AND ENGRAVINQ BkillfuUy mail will receire prompt attention ana satisraction WILL. S. DICKSOH, Attorney at JL,a,w, 1I0EKI3T0WN, TENN. 'rennesaea. Pmmnt aun aneiaiattentloH flriTA kVUWUWI, -. " - i i H, r. w x j. 'y XL ;o. Whisky; Old B urban Whisky; i a s r Finch's Golden Wedding Old Robertson county Rye Whisky; . Whisky; N. E. Rn-m; l' Imported French Brandy; Ginger Brandy; Spanish Port Wine; Catawba Wine. " - lOi; JE3 And Candy Manufacturer; to call and examine his stock, or send for price lie T Lt.lt Air. DVJjIf A J. Solicited, aid will Have Pompt Attention. W. E. GIBBINS. WOODRUFF & CO. ADD TO OUR REGULAE HARD- IMPiKMENTtJ and now prspared to furnish tuis section. ,r 18 inch cjl ...$150 22 inch cyl $200 Cleaners in any market Powers, Clover Hullers and Cleaners. MACHINE GO- the Olirer Chilled Plow nas among otjer Plows. W. W. TTOODRUFF &J CO. no Straw Cutters, Wheat Fans, Fairbanks Stock Scales. : ;- ; :-1 ;": MM Findings, French Burr MUX Rocks Old (Quarry, , - Gum Belting and Packing, ' Double and Single Spout Corn Shelter, Dexter Shelter and Separator. L j-.- ".uiuoti tum iuuu I knnt i-nwinl.). .n fll i .r. .... ' W- W. WOODRUFF & CO., ; , KNOXVILLE, TEXsTjNT. and. Jewelers - Sts., Knoxville, Tenn., A FULL LINE OF 1 I ii Cutlery 9i .&c" O V executed upon reasonable terma . All orders guaranteea. r : , ,. turl r?7 A. H.ETTIDOJII, r- Attorney at G R E E NEVILLE, TENK Wil .practice In the court of the First Jadiei " I Circuit and the Sunrenie Court at KnoxvlU. - Wl J also ele prompt attention to tho collection Of al I kinds of claims and debts, -i-"---- THE GAZETTE; S0 0Ki2rN;D 4 OB Printing KstaMinent ; . IS NO Vit COM PLETE in E v e r y J Mt c p art m e nt We are prepared to execute promptly every des cription of Plain and Ornamental Job P r int. ing, - . SUCH AS ' PAMPHLETS, ,. POSTEE8 HANDBILLS, . J ; BILLHEADS, LETTEB HEADS, C1KCCLABS ... y CARDS, TAGS,' ENVELOPES, TICKETS, fto., 40. ' IN GOOD ST Y L E . AND AT REASONABLE PRICES WE DEFY Competition - L--IN -:- : , t IDS. IDC CZ2 QiJ jessS AND Quality ' of Work ! We guarantee to render fnttbe sattrtactioh in every particular, ana will execute au oraers ior Job I'rinting promptly. Kemember, that we do work just as meat and as nice as it can be done at Knoxville, or anywhere else, and at prices Eoual to the very Lowest ! Send vour orders to Gazette, llorristown, Tenn. All letters on business, or of a special character should, to receive prompt attention, oe addressed PUBLISHER GAZETTE. Morristoivn Tenn. FOR THE North and West ! Do not Fail to gee that Your Ticket Reads by the Nashville, ? Chattanooga & St. Louis RR. OR SPEED, SAFETY AND comfort, you will find this line to be unrival ed, ior the celebrated Springs and bummer Xie sorts. Round Trip Tickets can be purchased at al) principal offices. Emigrants wishing to co West, either to locate or as prospectors, will find It to their advantaga to go by this route. Kouod Trip emigrant tickets on sale to Texas points. Through Coaches are run from Chattanooga to Columbus without change. "Sleeping Coaches on all night trains. Good Coaches, Good Road and Quick Tinie ! Leave Chattanooga 11 00 a m 3 40 p in unugepori n mpm iu 05 Stevenson 12 31 " 10 35 " Cowan 1 33 " 11 40 " Decherd 145 " 11 59 " Tullahoma r a 15 12 8) am Wartrace 2 45 " 1 OS " Murfreesboro' 3 42 " 2 15 " Arrive Nashville 5 00 " 4 00 " Leave 6 10 " 6 00 " Arrive McKenzIe 1110 " 1140 " " Martin -. 2 13 p la Union City 4 30 am 6 65 " " Memphis 5 00 pm 5 10am " St. Louis 5 23 " 615 For Maps, Time-tables and all information in regard to this route, call on or address, W. Ii. DANLET, Gen'l Paoe'r and Ticket Agt., Nashville, Tenn. WM. T. ROGEE8, Pass'gr Ag't, Chattanooga, Tonn. A. B. WKENNE, Trav. Agent, Atlanta, Ga. junll79 tf . PATENTS ... ,,, -, , . f ... ? obtained for new Inventions, oi tor improvement on old ones, for medical or other compounds trard marks and labels. Caveats, Assignments. Intea ferences, Appeals, Suits for Infringements, and all all cases arising under the PATENT LAWS, promptly atlenaea io. in yx.a xivn THAT HAVE BEEN T?T? TT?r,TT?"n y he ?tent Office may XiJZi O jJ lUlU still, in most cases, be pat ented by us. Being opposite the U . 8. Patent De partment, and engaged in Patent business exclu sively, we can make closer searches, and secure Patents more promptly, and with broader claims, I AT V IT TV T 11 T? Q Bend n' model or sketch Xl V Hill llrVk5of your device: welmako examinations ana aavise is to patentability, fbei of chabqe. All corresjjondence strictly confiden tial. Prices lew, and NO CHABQE UNLESS PATENT IS SECURED. We refer in, Washington, to Hon. Postmaster- General D. M. Key, Be v. F. I). Power, The Ger- man-American national .tsanic, to officials in the U. S. Patent Office, and to Senators and Kenresen tatives in Congress ; and especially to our clients in every state in tue union una in Canada. Address C. A. SNOW & CO., Opposite Patent Office, Washington. D. O. Iy31 2m A MONTH guaranteed. $13 day at home made by the indus trious, capital not required; we will start you. Men, women. boys and girls make money fas ter at wnr ror us man at any thing else. The work is hich . n ,V . . ' one can go rigni at. laosewno are wise woo see this notice will send ns their addresses at once and see for themselves, costly Outfit and terms free Now is the time. Those already at work are lavins up largt) sum vi money. Acioreaa xxtuc W.f Auguii jjiaiuo. jun (Sf- ij A WEEK in your own town, and on I capital risked. Yon can Rive the ' ousmess a trial wiuiout expeuae. The best opportunity erer offered for lUiose wimng to work, iou should I try nothing else until you see for yourself what you can do at the busi 'nesa we offer. No room to explain here. You can devote all your time or only your spare time to the business, and make grer. pay for every nour mat you won. women maae aa mBcn as men. : Son a for special private terms and par ticulars, wnicn we mau tree. 3 uutnt tree. Don 't eomnlain of hard times while you have such a chance. Address H. HALLEIT A: CO., Portland, Maine. jun -ja ivir, Warm Springs, Western North Carolina, Heal as3 Pleasure ResdiL MOT AND COLD WATER, UN surpassed Mountain .Climate, unequalled scenery, aud Magnificent Hotel Accomodations for EIGHT HUNDliED OLESTS. Hot Bath In conjunction with climatic influences, almost speci fie for Rheumatism, Krural'ia, Nervous and Con stitutional Diseases of the fakin, Kidneys and Blau- der. and Malarial disorder. Bend for descriptive circular. IB. AVM. IX. HOWZRTON, . junll 79tf Pi otnetor. riifiy y v i If W W 3 ATc to HARRIS ExcLt srvr t . . J ; , : CUTLERY Agricultural Implements, Iron, Steel, Amunition, Nails, Horse and Mule Shoes, Etc., Etc. Orders by mail promptly attended to. - - dec 18 "in ly EAST TI31riTESSEK CIGAR FACTORY. F. HOCKENJOS, Proprietor. . Cigars, Tobacco, Snuff, Pipes, -A.nil SinoUoi'H Vi'ticles. 5 CENTS CIG AllS -Pure Havana Fdhr. ' FIFTY DOLiLAKS offtrc-d to unybwdy in Kit Tcntu HSf-e wbo rr,n bent tLis Cigar in price and quality . m iy 14 78 ly Morristown !MailDle "Works, ROWE cfc THOMPSON, IRon:iirroi:s, MKWBHmJ ay tffiisSffMJ) V fTi K; "-. -jr morristown, Tmyiviassisii:. MATT. NELSON & CO., DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, HG Gay Street, - - - . KX0XVILLK. PARTIES VISITING KNOXVILLE WILL FIND IT TO THEIR advantage to call and exa:niuo our stock of Iry (io nl, whi-h we are ! I. rmlued to sell at th very lowest price pbl.. a'li goodn are j an lia. t U 4ntt-t froiu niauai'wtureni aud iuiirtert with cash. We caary the largest stock in Knoxville of CAsioirns, siojiaihs and alpacas. Also a heavy stock of Plm and ilrooad J DiesH OooiU, in all th.' latct stjks. CORSl71S I COICSETS ! t2& A very large stock of Corset white uud colored, all grades. J2 A full line of .Bleached ami Brown Doiih n'ius, Ticking, Ginghams, Cassiiiiei-s, Jean Canton and Wool Flanncls,Shavls, Shirts, Blankets, etc. . CS'Special attention jriven to onlt-rs. jleclTS ly . x 2xtii 8z Terry, (East of R. R. Depot.) KNOXVILLE, - - - TENNESSEE. Offer to the public SASH3 DOORS, BLSIUDS, Matched Flooring, Ceiling, Weathertoarding, BUACKETS, MOULDINGS, NKWELS, &c, &e. AVING OVER 1,000,000 FEET OF LUMBER IN STOCK OUR facilities are nneanaled In F.ni Tctitipmaa ftr.irm ,.n-na ui .ti.fuinn m.r.ti4 Send for Price List - Wholesale Produce and NO. 203 GAY STREET, Receives Consignments of all IVheat, Corn, OfM, flye, Dried Fruit, For which tho highest market price is paid. -RTien vuargeg iiDerai aud satisraction gaarautced. KNOXVILLE Boundry and Machine Company, SUCCESSORS TO Eogan, Kelley & Co., Broad Street, Knoxville, Tenn. MANTJTACTCKERS OT T.1ILL GEERING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Oirc "U-d,! Sciw IExlls and all kind of Castings for up-right Saw Mills and Carriages. ... STEAM EIVGMIN"ES Built tvncl Repaired. specialty, and the Nicest and Best made In the South. ' FRONTS awJ GRATES of all sizes. SIDE HILL PLOWS AND PLOW CASTINGS, .as - cane-mills, 1 . ' Railroad Castings, Brass Castings; Door Sills, Window sills, Sash " weights, Columns, Street and Ventilating Grates and Builders' Castings generally. ' AGENTS Mm MH "V Still wellV L'ntHv "foii's SlMjitard (iovcinors for Steam Ctftint'Sfif everv d : 1 h ! : n paired properly and with dispatch. If- W ii te ueto give us a call. Advertise in ent s. WHITESIDE, m-aieh.s in -wamem 3EiiMttAvii, Tenn. PEALr.ns in Morristowii, Italian A: American MARBLE monuments Tomlistoacs, Hcai anl Foot Stones. t'rf We sIl work cluapi-r than any other emimh lUlimetit iu liHt Tt'iiiiensro, and t'arant- aaii faction, or no pay. orders solicited. July 10 7a ly Ji.iiI1j. Commission Merchant, KNOXVILLE, TENN. Kinds of Produce and liuys Iay, Bacon, Lard, Flour, Feathers, tSc. desired, liberal advaucca made on eoiiHiKniucDta AUm3'' 16-1 FOll THE TorliiB "Water Wheel ' 7 ( Kxtrat tiii'' Heaters, and !Jud- Engines'. mad tn ordrr and Mtft!tirr rf all kluJilta person baviair sbt claim of woik in to inter mr. 1J II ly i ..: - AV, Idea i emails' Y ! H' Ail EL Tins bt-uulanl artkio i com jx)urjili'l with the Krcntcht care. Its ttft'ctH aro ns -fundcrful at: I as satisfactory ever. It restores pray or faJnl La!r t j its youthful color. It remove all t'ruptJorn, itrhin arA tlumlruJT. It h the licaJ a cooling, foothinj Bin.ationof Krcat comfort, arvl tJio hcalp hy it. t. . J becomes white anrl t!oan. Uy its tonic jtropcrtios it restore the capillar' glamU to their normal vigor, preventing bahlm .-, an I making the hair grow thick an I Ptrong. As a ilre"tin;r, nothing has beta fouml 50 clfecttial or desirable. A. A. Hayes M. I)., State A . 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