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PresSo" ia"aaasseajwjssjawtsswaaajsi , '.1 1 1 I ' v.'M.f t. .i-s'-.. I , 1' '.' . ..I j : .... -1 v i ' t 'a j; . i.H.JULiAN. "Prove All Things Hold , Fast that which Is Cood." PROPltlETOIl. voj;. x. SAN MAKGOS, IIAY.S COUNTY; ;TEX;ASi 'TllUKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1881. NO.- 4 5. Free Press; I'CIJUSHKD 1SVKKV THLKtillAV BY ISAAC, H. JULIAN, , To wlioiu all LattoM shonld be Addressed. . OmCK KiiHtniJ(iui''lui;i RATM OK SUBSCRIPTION! 'it loyear, I" advance M ix. mmitn 'v, 1 l ure luontu " , 71 ' , RATER CF ADVKtlTISINO. ' On quure, oi.e lurtlnii 91 00) each addition. , al itwrii u under one mi.iiin, Ml cent per square. I I iih. mo. I 6 nioa. fv i euoare j 1 60 I 4.0U X 110 I lu.utf 4.U0 00 10.00 16 HO 10.00 DO.INI K.on Tiyno a 4 COllll.'.... ::::!! S.ul TOO It 00 to.no H.IMI 10.H0 10 on H4.IHI M.IHI 10.00 au.ne j R 10 I 1. 1 ltuliieii CuriU, one inch nr le, on year, M 00, - t;o-d In Huduem .Mreoort, one year. WW Legal awl 'Iran-lent Adverileenitnta will be rharged "t.e Dollar per squire fr the Hrl In ertlnti, aiid fifty Cent per square fur iach aiMi lional Inierron.' A . ecjaii' In the paoH ill mi Inch. Fractional qiiarea will b ciuuiud an. full quart. - ' f.'tal and B.uti, Notire will be charged ten i-enta Btr Htit for ill rt Liaenlon, and tlgbt jiit per Hue lor rli adillilnual liiK'riion. ' Announcing ciinriMHith) 'torollln. county, B.00 ror IMfirlu or mim ottluw", , Woo .. Obituary uoilcf" t over tti lines obarged o it-lialf a Ivi-rtUliia mtea. BUSINESS DIREOTOBY.; 'Mcwapupor. '! 'VAX MAROO FKHB PIIKS,' I.' til-'JUMAHi .O labllltr. ore ( -lil Mmti I'luzn, unarlj opposite tht Cour llou. , . "l KiUioillonal. ' y'AJf MARCOS hOll'iOI., Mr. 'Aritlla Duncan, O l'rlnclal,at brr rmlileiico n at lntiiu.e : tiQiik. iMiioiivry una l'unc) fiaado. UM jlAulT .iOMKU fw 'Buii.'wo.. ;., , UaiikorM. : i, -4t!- 4 1.OFiiH & CO.; uaribwoat corner llulu Ptua, ; " ;ilASK It. M VLOXK, Malohu's Slore. di Ki.- T. UAI.ONK,.Muib ile l'lusa. ,fj. . ;l n ..J, ROM BROWX, Kant tide Plwa...,, . ,. ',try ood Mud (irnu'Weki - iv JOHNSON A JuaXSOX, anclill Hulldlug, Sortli aide Plan. ; I) 11, TUUNKII. ,Wol aldeUaiu Pnsa.''...'7 . - ; . ., ' - ' Ii. DAILKY, Went lda of I lie Main Tlaza. ' M . (JIKSKN, South utile ol the Mnlti l'laxa. . JlilOa C H North aide ol the Main Plhiu. pIXHON A' SMITH, Sorth Side llii.a. : j jAII.KY A Bill)., 8. W. Corner Plata. ' ;- f,l RH.VRT C IILACK, east .Idu ol the pUia, oiipoalte Cour. liuiiao. firoverioa and Hardware M W, DONAiJSON 6 CO,, Kmtaldo Muiu Plata. Oroccrieh. PITCBF ORD Sooth aide Phua. F. JIoALUSTKH, North aide Pbea. UrUKKlot. ' i FROUUB, Soil I U Phiu. ... ' IjAYNOr.DS A DANIKI., north aide ol Ibe Main 11 Plana. DeiatUI. J) II. COM US. office Kortb aide of the Main Plata, Lawftrn. J B. BAK, oOlce In tbe new Tank Building, op ), lair. . cOHIDK A WALTKRS, office lo the Court Bonne. 0. HCTCH1S0X. office In the Court Houae. '. pISHKR A PlttrJRETr. OITIce, Ko.lh tide Plan. OT. BROWS, office la Mitchell bnildirg, north of the plai t. ftotury Public, una Veaeral AkciK. I H. JULIAS, oihce Faaa faua Bulldiog, llakery and Canfecllanery . F RITZ HXGK. South side Plaia. Slovee anal TiMretr. ii tO. HESSE, Wet aide Plata. r H. EASTHAK, Eiat side Plata. LI r err dalle Btaklea. J.VLES 4 B05, Saa Aatoaie Mreet. Wauttotaatcra. Jeweler- anal OaU citmao. y B. S0BBISS. eat aide plat. J V. C LOTt. 5rtk aid T PUxa. ilcat Jet a rht U P. . KOSC, aartk tide plate. J. JOWMSD t T0W5SISD S. W, eaataaailk. UE, 5artat Cerstt net. Uaat kit 4 Mkniitkv. I B. H.VNKI..V, Kurili .id I'laia. W . .. . fcnddle ana atnrnokN Miop'. j'OWKSKNb a lltlOX. uoria uf pltt.' ;' -Tic .'(vcnlli Annual ExMUliun OF THE ' ;iI ; . ASSOCIATION, i . , ; WILL Hit IIKLD AT THK r : F a i r. O r o u ii d s. 1 ' - ' " . "'at'-" ir :. ':) austinutIjsx Vs, OOTOB Eli' 18th; 1 !; 8li; . And CoutiuuioK Five O.'jh. ,' .; HUNNING AN a .TfcOTTlKCf.r v, (i, .UAUBS KVKUY;iJJAV, , . WALKl.Ntl MAIOU. rnuu t)AV. .,. I' KQUKS141UK IIAChS BV J.AUli bit MEOOIIO ..... nam x,. - v'-r'i ... Liberal Prenilumi olTered en xlill tl-vnu. No Kn trance loo chnrKrd on animal or artlclea en '- ' tered lor exbiniilou'. l'i;'ir . ; ' ' : Railroad will Carry Pal-mrtra t Freight to lb Pair at I'.rduced llaiea.. ,. .. . , For fun her particular reference U made to tbe premium Hat, Mhlcli baa heeii revl ed and can be bail mi on anplieuiloii t the ncr.tary at Aiiatin' IViaa. v ! IDHN HANCOCK,. Pre't. ' BOBItTHOLRMR W, Secr'v. -epi I. 1w SUNSET ROUTE- j Galtan,' Harrrishr & &fi'' Afituiio ' railway; 'iCl ! FORMING LINK IN THE TRUE SOUTHERN PACIFIC- This is the ' direct 'line to 4XL POINTS ; NORTH, EAST and SOUTHEAST 1 i.-'! . . .1 -f'.J ...i ''tlfi!- Throuoh Palace ' Sleepino Coaches ' 1 Ftoa Sa Altonlj U Ktv Orluns mtbrut Ciilgl. ' ' 1 ' ; v ; The Shiirkst iini! KustPirtct Roiile tohsun Cities BUT ONE CHANGE OF ki Hh'tO CHfCAOO. ST. lOTTIB, OIHGINNATI, BALTIMOKE OB WASSHINGION, . 1 AS BUT TWO CHANGES TO PHIIiA-: ' j j;,' j DELPHI A OENBWXORS. ' ' " art 1 DAILY TJIAINS I LEAVE SAN ANTONIO AND HOUSTON, ' CONNECTINO 'LOSELT WITH TRAINS ON THE H. A " T. C; BY; FOn'HOINTB IN ILLINOIS, IOWA, . i 1 ' NEBRASKA MINNESOTA. ' ', AND THE EAST. , ' ; ... ..t. . :!.' ! ' ..' Thb Daylight Express Leaving San Antonio has THEOUGB PALACE 8LKEPEBS to NEW OELE .NS WITHOUT CHANGE, making close connections at the latter ! city with all fast express trains fob ' the north and east. Fare llway a Low n hy any other Boute. Be jure your ficketa read, ' Via the Suuaet Koate ". T. w- pierce jr.; cTeTminer. p. b-freer, o. p. A ixr. Aor ' wist. fasb. act. tkt art. . i . MKKOKK MOrKL ippvnio , for uEBOESa'PLMS WAJNlHiU ByJ W . HUKI.. Binbracing tbe Live and nonderlul advenare of Vill Hill lli.ili.lo Uill KllCur. ton Jpt riiToe '-"pi TrxiiM Jack :ialU"rnirt. And other celebrated lndl in Fiithtera. So ntn. Dun tem and fiuide. hooH of TItrilli nST a yeninrea on the tMuin I Fight with In dian ! Orand Buffalo Hunte I Deperte ilTeninreii Nrr..w Kucaueal Wondwhil -hooii'ig and Hldl'iKl Wild l.if in tht! Far WciNtl 100 lllu.tra il. 1 In rnll-fna; Colored '' 1 he (raiideat boo lor aaenta ever pnblUhed. Poal Hel outaella everyihing elae. MS pag-a, price $2.00. Agent' complete ouilit, 60 eeuta. (lutllt and rnp for i.0. WWjIteat Mice for agency or term and lllua traiedcircalara, to X. D. TUOMPSOU A CO, PublUber. 550 Tine Street, St. I-uuu, llo. ' J. E, MORRIS, GESERAL Blacksmith s Wooishop, i o ,fffe:Vf. i ALSO FARMING IMPLEMENTS, &C okth or IXAZA. SAX MARCOS. - - TEXAS. HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTT. The Wood Work Department it wader the ef that w eriiwd a4 Mtilira erarkaaa, T. kEAOOXER. All emrt . aa Marcea,T.s4S April i:. 2941. M It-ly. STATE FA R .Ml- t :i .I ' i tba develupmu; ol I a llalarla thai' iieanli iv ' ' eoiitlnoall y tuff r .. . : i A'AtuaiuJ ; 'r i - V l !l I Iroui tbiaaeilve i 7 . it ludiiiB ehiu the MALARIAI ' lea. liuaflae tl U lurktai; lu their yttt. CUIII'aAiia rvirv' lieuIict.a, t IXTRUUITTKHT PKVB, OKNKRAI. LKBJLITT Btl.lODS PKTER, .i. ... (' LAS9ITUDK," I . TTPHOIO rEV8, . , ' . .i tn,.,' i ,ji ,h , ' : , 'v. . t'l.AWt tM :f SAUo A, :.!'-' ) 'i t . ... ., .vi!i.'i '.,i;') 1 ; andkav tbelr Origla In adlMcdeied. IJer, which if nut regalated In tiaai great butTering, wretched neaa aldlaib wlJleheae.'1' I 1' " ! , , . M....t ..j:).i .Jjii;.';',!''! !,'":. .:. !it I' M i" i! t i ivi. ir.i t(. ' SIMMONS'1 imi . BEaULATOE I in ti.sl ll'iMli: 4,lfl ..uilntli ... ' j -.: !i ..ii '. i.lt.i: Ut.i.l ;. i . ,. . f MiaaiLir rioKMauil . :. la absolutely rtrtalo Iri4t tsmedlsl atTee'la sad acts more promptly lnrlnr l forms of Mstarlal dla- taae't ibnii calomel or qulmtie, Vltbuiit auy of lbs Injurlouaconaequepqo which follow tuejr u.c. ; II useu qccskiocaliy (,by perou expoaed to Mai- It u-llt' expfl ilia Poison and1 pro 1 i; teotthoitt tram attack! ; ' t.. -it; .A Mii.l ,H ?u,i.W i.'-li : Ai evidence weextracllrora W1. B. Tate' letter. where the Itfgulator alfordid -proteetlon from the worst 'and moat deadly iype of Maiarla, to-wlt t Tel Fever., . "iianj .1 have atosd the storm ef four epidemics ol ihe Felloe Fevr. .1 had It the ".rat vl.liatloii, but during thq otber Ibrso I uaed your medicine. I n coutnujly In the room of the sick .iid dliiKi but I ercoped. t have had aeyeral lo ak me how I e.caped i I told them it w.ia all owing lo tbe vir tue otyoiir Simmon Liver Regulator. , If Ihe Fevei wa to break out again and I had a bottle ol your KegnfaWlwoofil leel'oSfea If 1 was 1,000 miles "Uemphfa, Tcnti., AprilJ.J7, 'W9, i I ' ' ' V ( ' liuvliig tieutrnllied ,lbe polioo of llalaria In sucb extreme case, It ean be relied on as a eovcreigo aptcific snd antidote In mlldor'formsi See that you et be Qeuqioe lu WbiU Wrapper, with' red Z'i prepared only by J.iH, Zeillo 4 Co. ' f.-'k-fn'-i b'-Vii'T c:.'t I - .; i:!i-j ;' ?tif J j.iioj" f l.' 1 .1,-. . NEW; ADVERTISEMENTS VI CTnn DCIITTVJCiOKtHiis. u II OIUl ULHI I I t.,oct. reed fa I ONLY tao. Addreas UANltL' F. BE AUY, 4 .i.viii i tv n:-t tiHiAiUKK r.! Illnatrated. CbeapeM aud ben. , Sell rt tight: "wrl "wN'" PlCToS IAL BIBLES! Agents wanted. A J. HOI. MAN A '.' I'll I lad i fREE: 6eod to niMKi w llfilNESM UNIVEHSITY. 4Ltlata. JiBrIs. For Illustrated circnlar. A llv ctuul Business ."chuol. E.UMitKut twenty Yuan.. .... woy itvM ru I. ii:rv i:h y. . METAL TIP lAMP WICK, Pst'd Pecember 7. ISflJ . Oive rirllllant White and Steady light, requires on trimming and lant tor month.. Xarnple wick I0cta..a .okJ.VcU.j 12 wicks, 7fic potge paid. Have Ihres .;, i, B and 0. . Agents wanted. Addrea Metal Tip Larro Wick Co.; ' . 7oCnrtlndr Kt.,N.Y. GOLD MEDAL AWARDED THE AUTHOR. Anawaareatoieaieai wotk, wiuTantedthebestandohoap. , est, iudiapeoar:lile to every tnnn, entitled Mtbe Science ot Life." bound in finest French maliu, embneted , f a 11 si 1 1, 30(1 paRM.containnbesatiftil steel eoraviosB, 12ft preflcriptiona. ' - firice only 81 iS aent by mail j . Ilnatrated sample. 6c: send f now, Addrene Pab"dyMedU ml Inatitnlenr Tr. W.ILPah- COW TMISEIF. P.No BulllnUltUoiiton. A BOOK OF RARB OKIGl.NAI.lTY, KNTI'PLEU PRACTICAL LIFE. The great prjlile m anlved, - Ihe Individual rare. folly considered Irvm tbe sue of rceponaibility up to nialu Itv. in rtif rd to Kducation, Home, aoclaiv. Love. Marries. RiKlne. Ac. ffon Siead-entert are tn te Bread winner. The volume aboundo In triklng thoughts' rare ir.fnrmatioii and imenae comraou-aena. Full pan; colored plate each one a aeio. - Agents wanted everywhere, fend for cir cular, foil deeerlotiou 'erm, A , to S. C. HcCUB- DY, m IU. it. Louis ao. . ,- AGENTS WANTFn:0;:.'.; the only Comp'ete. Authentic, and Fully lllsatrated Liis cf Pr3?ident Garfield, joal pobll.hed. . ft la a Ihrlllinar storyl of haw be rote or heaealM etrasrl. Irma obacaniy te lame Eapeclallylull retarding bl Cabiseu Ceuflict w.th Coi.klint. Atlrmpted AiMalna'ien, WooderTol (urgieel Treatmeirt. PecalUrCrt ileal Corelltien etc. able wiitlta: em-ellibd tlth stel portrsit of Osrtield.alaai fnll hkeeMaes of the Kargeane. Cab inet Mr. Rarfleld. eie. Law prtce. Br tar ike laati-et arlllna wk Circular a free. Mberal term. Oeifit tOc. Addren at once, BtBBAliO BROS , pabllsber. Atlsola O. ' TARTLITJC DISCOVERY! LOST MANHOOD RESTORED. A ttetua of yeatkfal tnrpi-adnee eeaaSBf Pre ma. tore twrav, Xet-eoaa Drbtiity. Lost llaobood. etrw kav-h-ig trtrd ia vain every know remedy, bt dis-sorrr-d a etarrae tfleoi-r. wluck be ril a4 FRtl to fcia fci!waTers, acMiwas H. ItUVEC, 43 ilia i aa at c X. 1. a 'W TTaiSie tSawl fa 1? ' 1 1. laulMriiH I Vstt ' ft.a. EWUM I-lUWiAtA,U;) Tlie.I'rosIdciit's last MoiiicntsTiie Aa lojwjl'h Funeral. At ton o'clock night the President v. a i bleeping. Gen. Swain and Stan ley Brown were with hiin. All around was quiet and the last preparation for the night had been mado. 1 Mrs. Gar field and Miss Mollis were in their cottage near by. Shortly after ten o'clock the president was awakened from his sleep by a pain in the region of the heart, and called Gen.' Swain's attention to it, Those , were the last words. Dr. Bliss, who' was at hind, was suminoned, and pronounced the president to bo dying- Pre, Agnew and Hamilton weve , sent for and the former reached the room in time for the end. ' Mrs. Garfield had nerved herself for the end, which she had for some hours dreaded as inevitable. She went ' at once to ' the side of her dying husband and took Lis hand in hers. The president was helpless and speechless, but as hia wife sat down by mm he turned his face toward her slightly; and1 fixed his eyes upon his wife and 'so sank into unconscious ness, his eyes " still bent upon ' his wife's face,' while ,with ' one hand she held her husband's and her other sad ly on his heart . . . There was no word uttered. . i Drs. Agnew and Bliss stood by the bedside. Mollie, restraining her sobs was at her mother's side.' The watchers and attendants stood by, and Dr. Boynton';sat' nt the president's head fanning him. The pulse became entirely imperceptible . The applica tions which, had been brought to be applied as restoratives laid by unused. Tbe end was plainly at hand; in an other minute it had come. The great-, heiu-ted ' man was' dead,1 and lay free from pairi. and strife.' 1 '"" ik! i - The examination oT the ' body Was then made by physicians selected for that purpose.:' , ,The"autoppy was very tedious, and it required nearly three quarters of an hour , toi find tlie ba'l : The statement that the boll was found in the" region1 of the heart has been verified, and it iV stated. on au thority that the develments of the au topsy prove that death was inevitable, and the president was only sustained by the ' most. .oxoellent 'nourishment and constant cai'e. .;, .. ....-' , - . After the autopsy the ' body was embalmed. '.! If was found to be terri bly em iciated.i! On the 21st the fun eral train left Long Branch for Wash ington, and the body lay in state in the rotunda of the Capitol Thursday and Friday. It was then removed to Cleveland, and lay in state there uu til Monday, - when it was . deposited iu the place selected, Like view Cam etery, a beuutiful burying ground in that city. Meantime, all over the land, and across the ocean, public meetings and other manifestations of sorrow for the illustrious dead were conspic uous. ' :';. , . ; . ;". '.. .. .',! ;: One of the saddest features was the breaking the news to the late president's mother. ,v;She -, could scarcely be convinced of the dreadful fact of, his death, and declared that she would not long survive him. He was dressed, in the clothes in which he was 'inaugurated, with the exception of a pair of silk stockings, which his mother had knit and sent to him a short time previous to his death." " ". - The daily papers are full of the de tails of the funsral on Mjndiy. As a grand, imposing, affair, it was al most without paraleLL . The remsms were deposited a vault to await final interment f. . . " : Everybody is nsuiR Brown's Iron Bittern, And everybody in a-ttooisne,! at itn niaur niarveictn cure wbera all others liave laueo. lion Aleno ldrll. ritevjo. John W Biickwith, Dishti nt Georgia; Geo Geo Juho B. Gordon United Sutes Seootor; lion. Joha Gill Shorter, Ru ller. BUhop I'ierce), J. Edgar Thorn poo, lioo. B. 11. Uill. Hoo. John 0. Breckinridge. Prof. Dvid Will's D. D.. Hiram Warner, Chief Janice ol (eorrii; Lewis Wander, A fit. P, M. 1'hiUdel phia, and many others Damei of emi nent and well-known individuals who certify from actual experience to the great aueceu of the regulator ia iuMu inT dineasca. " No preparation offered ibe public it recommended aa ia Sim mon's Liver Regulator. virtue have reeeired every form of indorse meat that incredulity eould denand. Pa pure yon obtain tn genuine ia White Wrapper, with the red Z and and ait-nature of J. H. ZeiliqJ; Co. t'pt 8-lm. Texas Westers XorrowGaure. The speoial statistical edition of tbe Galveston Hem,1 issued Sept lit gives a foil history, together with the luture prospects of all the railroads in the state, and here is what it has to say of the Texas Western Narow Gauge. ' r- The present hue iu operation from Houston' to Pattarsou, 42 miles . in length, was in operation last Septem ber, and , , . has not , been extended. Stations and distances : . Houston t? Westheimer, G miles ; Piny Point 12 j Habermacher, 22; Wimberly, 30; Patterson 42. Since last ' September the company has beeii,; reorganized under a new management, which has been at work to provide funds for the extension of the main line and 'se've--lal proposed branches. ( Under the amended charter ' the line ' will run fiom Houston through ' Harris, Fort Bend, Waller, Austin, ; Obrado,. Fayette, Bastrop, Caldwell, 'Hays, Blanco, .GUlespie, 'Kimball, Crockett, Pjcos and Prediditi counties' (to. Pre; sidio Del Novte, on the Itio Grands, 635 miles.') A branch from a point in Blanco oh the main Hue, through Bianco, Llano, San Saba," McCalloch, Coleman, .Taylor,' . Nolan,' j Fisher, Kent,. Dickens,1 Crosby,! Floyd1 Bris co, Armstrong,! Carson, Hutchison, and Hansford counties to the north ern boundary of Sherman county and the state, 750 miles. ' A branch from ri Lkit. - - - I?..- 1 i '1J1. ii. a point on me main ama ( wli suytfiiu county to Bastrop, iu Bas ti-op coun ty, 25 miles. A branch from point on the, maih hn? n' ,Hiys ";couuty, throughHays, Co.mal 'aad Bexar coun ties to San , Antonio,: 50t miles. Also a branch or extension from , Houston; thtough Harris,! Liberty,! and . Jeffer.. son counties to Sibine PaBfr93 miles, ' and a branch to Galvestom, f 50 miles. Total cbntemrtlafdd toilajo 1650.' It i? understood the company ' has ob tained the loans needed to eo ahead with its 'proposed main J line; which, i(.t. t,U tul4t Uh.l4r ,rri l.'A.a t,, Texar'wil forin' a', vory. general ' and exclusi ve system of roads perraeatihg : every section of, the state. Right of way is now being purchased over loca ted lines,1 and 'surveyors.; ore prepar ing sections for letting Out the con tracts, and it iB expected by the time this paper goes to press,, that a. very considerable portion of the route from Houston to Blanco, will be.under con tract" U The present 'connections of the road are at Houston, oomprisiug , all the lines centering1 at ' that point. Its route is through one of 1 the yest producing districts of . Texas,, j in'uc of it being thickly populated and in a high state of cultivationt' Vflie population of the counties named on the several routes -indicated, is 245. A lendiaK I'rofrwiaor ' petUina . " Piinilbl leoplt). j , Dr. 8-, tbe proiniuent Eastern Medi cal lecturer, tye ; ".Every day aeutdble poo. come to me eomplamiug of their beulth. be ing brokan down. The uuswerH ' to my in quiries always are what I gurmiHe niture'i! law hve bean totally disregarded; conse quently the blood, the stream of life, be comes contaminated and as a result of thin blood poisoning, I find dyspepsia and tlis ordered functions of the heart, luogi, . liver and kidnoys, acoinpanied by headauiie, ner. voua debility, and other impaired orania portions, often , verging on paralysis. In order to keep the digestive organs in prop er health and strength I and toy friends In iu the profession have recommended Brown' Iron Bitters, and all druggists con procure it for you. Don't be persuaded to use a sub stitute. This remedy contains no alcohol and is the only preparation of Iron that doe not blacken the teeth.' Sun. ' ; Many persons tako medicine for their, ilmenta. and aa soon as they Ice) better they disregard all directions aud stop takintt it. , They try it again aod again, and finally throw it aside as worthless when, had it been penevered in from the start, a permanent cure would have been effected. Now in laking PkICKLT Ash Bitters foi ail complaints of tho Stomach and Bowels, remember to give the medicine a chance, and don't ex pect one or two does to cure vou. apt, 8 1 DO. Bspresent every thing as it really is. tWnhiettaSlaiar. Not ao fast, my friend : if you could see the strmff. henlUiT. biooming men, womea and children that' have beea raiaH frora bedt Of aickoesM, auf ering aad almost d'alb. by tbe tree of Hop I'-ritT. you woall y iGkwioae aa4 ioralutVIe reasedy." Ss auother coluia.