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IN CITY AND COUNTY.
DASHES HERE AND THERE BY OUR
REPORTERS.
Last
Week's Occnraiices in City and
County Narrated In Condens
ed Paragraphs.
Thanksgiving Day.
Xmas one month distant.
Most of the factories hare shut down"
for the winter.
Jack Frost has about rid the trees of
their green foliage:
Thanksgiving services will be held in
most of the city churches to-day.
Miss Annie Griffith, of Concord, is on
a visit here, the guest of Mrs. J. C. Bessent.
Some of our citizens report a slight
earthquake shock Wednesday eight about
12 o'clock.
Four persons connected themselves
with the M. P. Church at the morning serv
ice last Sunday.
The regular monthly ball of the
Pleasure Club took place at the Club ball
room on Monday night.
The organization of Knights of Labor
Assemblies are now being spoken of at both
Salem and Waughtown.
Muses Ada and Addie Young, of
Charlotte, are visiting the family of Major
John Young, of this city.
A fine gold watch was raffled at Hof
flin's Saturday night and Mr. K. Kennedy
was the successful tosser.
Since the schedule change, the poet
office general delivery is now open on Sun
day from 7:30 to 8:30 a. m.
Messrs. Smith & Brown have just
placed iii their drug store one of the pretti
est soda fountains in the city.
The Salem Home Sunday School are
practicing for their Christmas Concert which
promises to be a grand affair.
We learn Mrs. Terry will shortly re
move her boarding house to the cosy (up
stair) apartments of the Starbuck block.
Postmaster Smith has employed an as
sistant clerk in the person of Wm. Hendren.
Eusiness at this office continues to increase.
The Post Office was closed Monday
from 10 a. m. till 1 p. m. in respect to the
memory of the late Ex-President Chester A.
Arthur.
Preparations are being made for an op
eretta to be rendered by the members of the
Methodist Sunday School some time during
the holidays.
Our country friends, from the "big hill
country" can be seen almost daily upon our
streets offering bargains in apples, cabbage,
chickens, &?.
The past week has been an unusnlly pro
pitious one for " dog and gun " and a great
many of our sportsmen have been out try
ing the field.
Humor says watch out for a shock of
matrimonial electricity to strike Winston
about the 23rd of December. This is no
Wiggins sensation mind you
The protracted meeting at the Baptist
Church has been postponed until next Sun
day, when Dr. Kelson, of Raleigh will be
present and assist in the meeting.
Mr. J. O. Foy has purchased a half
interest in the Ticin-City Daily, and that
paper will now be conducted under the joint
management of Messrs. Snider & Foy.
A party of about thirty ladies and gen
tlemen with horses and dogs to match en
gaged in a rabbit chase Faiday evening and
brought in a wagon load of" Mollies."
A lady who has been a former resident
of Atlanta says that Winsion compares fa
vorably with that city in every respect and
especially in its numerous fine dwellings.
Thanksgiving services will be conduct
ed at the Centenary M. . Church this
morning at 10 o'clock. The usual services
will be held at the Moravian Church, Salem.
We are pleased to learn that our friend
Mr. Cicero Tise, who has been confined to
home limits for some time past, with that
Jainful disease, rheumatisai, is now conva
escent. At a meeting of the Forsyth Riflemen
last week the following officers were elected:
First Lieutenant J. C. Bessent ; Ensign
J. M. Graham ; Orderly Sergeant B. Wur
rescke. Rev. T. J. Ogburn received a very
painful accident last Thursday while step
ping from the train at the depot, causing a
badly sprained ankle, and since that time
has been confined to his room.
The meeting of the Directors of the
Winston and Fayetteville R. R., whieh took
place on Wednesday the 17th at the same
time of the meeting of the If. C. Midland,
nded in smoke like the latter.
Rev. Virgil Wilson, of the Church of
Deciples, preached in the hall adj eining the
Twin City Club Rooms on last Sabbath, both
morning and night. Mr. Wilson will preach
next Sunday at the above place at 101 a. m:
and 7 p. m. All invited. -'. "
The -.Southern Youth for December,
edited and published by Messrs. Coley &
Sterling, both compositors on TftE Sesti
kel, lies on onr table. It is neat and
modest publication, issued in the interest of
amateur journalism in the South.
Mr. L. C. Carmichael, in company
with other gentlemen, who have been on
a visit here for several weeks returned to
their homes. at Hope, Indiana, this week.
These gentlemen speak in high terms of
their visit and the Old North State.
The frame work of Mr. Jas. A. Gray's
residence on Cherry Street is nearly com
pleted. The roof will be put on when work
will be discontinued till spring, to allow
timbers to shrink and the brick work to set
tle, which is a pretty good idea these earth
quake times. - -
Rev. Mr. Serous, pastor of the M. E.
Church of this city will leave Monday for
Reidsville, where Conference is held this
year. Mr. Scroggs has. won many highly
esteemed friends here who join The Sen
tinel in wishing for him continued success
in his ministerial field of labor.
The Twin-City Temperance Reform
Club held another enthusiastic and largely
attended meeting Tuesday night. The iub
will occupy the Tise HaH, now occupied by
the fnrnitnre store of Mr. Cicero Tise.- It
will be ready for ocenpaucy about Dec. loth.
The Club continues to increase in members.
A notice was posted in the Post Office
last week sigul by Zebedee Beaie, of Lwaks
ville. N. C, and warning all persons to look
out for one J. H. Atkinson, claiming to lie
the agent of the National Copying Co., of
Chicago, who was g'ing about deadiieating
his expense, hstving "stuck Mr. ' Beale for
$19. '
A UNIQUE Ars4IK.
One of Salem's Characteristic Entertain
ments. A most novel and unique affair took plac
at the residence of Mrs. C. F. Schaffner, of
Salem, on last Thuisday evening. The en
tertainment consisted of a supper designated
by the cards as an " Old Fashion Vesper."
A select company of about thirty ladies from
both Winston and Salem were invited to
attend, and from all reports the whole af
fair was a most happy departure.
Everything was done after the style of. a
century ago. The table sets in which the
repast was served were all of an antique
and obsslate design and the fare composing
the repast was of the civilization of " ye
olden time " both as to material and the
manner of preparation. The several dishes
were designated by their original German
names.
The ladies who waited on the table
were attired in costumes of an ancient and
peculiar design, and all arrangements in
every detail were uniform in producing the
effect of old fashion modes and customs.
Indian Honey.
A lady residing in East Saginaw, Michi
gan, writes to The Sentixei. as follows :
" Every one now seems to have the 'speci
men craze,' myself included. Not long ago
I received from Washington Territory a nice
box of real Indian money. The lady who
sent it to me says that years ago her hus
band was an Indian trader, and while among
the Alaska Indians he collected this queer
currency ; and now having no use for it
sent it to me. The Indian money, or 'warn
pum'.as the Indians call it, is a rare sea shell,
an inch or more in length, twice the size
around of a large knitting needle, tapering
slightly, bent and hollow. The value of
each of them was four cents. I have quite
a lot more of this Indian money than I
care for; and, the editor willing, I will say,
any one wishing a specimen of ' wampum '
may have it and welcome by sending me a
stamp to pav postage.
" Mrs. F. A. Warner,
"East Saginaw, Mich."
The Military Fatr.
As we g to press the Military Fair is in
full blast. The opening Tuesday night was
a most gratifying success, a very large crowd
being present despite the disagreeable
weather. The voting feature promises to
be a most exciting success, hnd the stock of
merchandise on hand will sell out like hot
cakes as it furnishes a gratification for every
want the human family is heir to from a
ten cent boquet to a $9 pair of shoes. Splen
did music is furnished by John Varilla's
Italian Band, and every now and then a
couple is seen to give way to the magic in
spiration of the music and whirl away in
the dizzy "light fantastic." The Sentinel
will give a full account of the Fair next
week.
Next Sunday closes the Conference
year with Rev. W. F. Kennett, pastor of the
M. P. Church at this place. Mr. Kennett
is a young man of ability and has served his
people in an earnest and satisfactory man
ner during the past year. He has won for
himself many highly esteemed friends, who,
together with his members desire and hope
that he may be sent back to this field of la
bor through another Conference year. Mr.
K. will leave for Conference Monday morn .
in next.
W. L. Franklin & Co., proprietors of
the New York Bargain House, are doing a
live business through their energy and
free use of printer's ink. These gentlemen
are offering bargains in their advertisement
which will be found on the 8th page and to
which your attention is especially directed.
Mr. Franklin, who has charge of the busi
ness, informs us that he has found The
Sentinel the best paying advertising me
dium of any paper he has ever dealt with.
The series of meetings are still in prog
ress at the M- P. Church and will continue
throughout the week. Considerable interest
is being manifested at these services and
quite a number have made profession of
faith. Mrs. Moon, who is assisting the pas
tor, is an earnest and zealous laborer in the
Master's vineyard, and wherever she has
been called to work she has been crowned
with success by a large ingathering of souls.
Mr. R. Stephens, yielding to the gen
eral impulse of push and 'progress in our
midst, has found it necessary to move his
furniture establishment to more capacious
quarters and a more desirable business loca
tion. He is now in the Buxton-Lemly
Block on Liberty Street where he will be
found ready for business. Mr. Stephens has
always had a firm faith in the efficacy of
printer's ink- and is now enjoying the bene
fits thereof.
Mr. Frank Brown, salesman in the
store of W. T. Carter & Co., in trying
to revive the fire in the stove Saturday
morning had recourse to the common but
dangerous practice of using kerosene oil.
He did not know there were some smoulder
ing embers in the stove and the fluid sud
denly ignited and flashed into his face,
singeing his moustache and burning his face
badly.
Our clever druggest, Mr. Owens made
a trip to Atlanta last week which' seemed to
be involved in mystery from the outset, and
the matter'was not cleared uptill he returned
Monday bringing a bride with him. Mrs.
Owen formerly Miss Cornelia W. Brent hails
from Alexandria, Va. and the marriage took
place in Atlanta. The Sentinel offers its
congratulations and best wishes.;
The body of Robert Johnston, who
was killed in a cyclone in Pennsylvania by
being struck on the head by a fragment of
flying timber, was brought to Lincolnton in
this State last Saturday for burial. Mr.
Johnston was a highly esteemed young man
and was a nephew of Rev. F. H. Johnston,
pastor of the Presbyterian Church of this
city. ' . .
Mr. R. B. Glenn's term us Solicitor of
this district expires at the close of Surry
Court this week. Nothing less can be said
of Mr. Glenn but that he has faithfully per
formed all duties entrusted to his care and
leaves a record which will add strength to
him in his political future. Of such a man
our people may well feel proud.
The propritors of one of the largest
business houses in Winston com
plains that he will have to leave town be
cause he cannot get a house large enough
to display all the goods represented by his
capital,' without plying an unreasonable
price for it.
The Christmas advertisement of Dr.
V. O. Thompson came in too late for this
issue, but will appear in our next Look
out for it ami look out for Dr. Thompson's
when you purchase your holiday goods. ' -
Attention is called to the advertisement
of Mess. Gray and Buxton on page 4, an
nouncing the sale of the Pfohl and Stock
ton property December 16, 1886.
-"..Look nt Tour Label. V
Our city subscribers who are lu arrears
tire requested to examine the labes on their
paper this week and ascertain the tondition
of their accounts and thi call at the ofEee
arid settle.
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL: THURSDAY NOVEMBER
GKEENSB0R0 BUDGET.
THE CREAM OP THE WEEK'S NEWS
PROM THE CITY OP FLOWERS. '
"The Result" Amateur Minstrels Kwong
Sins Tobacco In and Around Greens
boro Special Correspondence of the Sentinel.
Greensboro, Nov. 24. The political
situation here undergoes some little change
in appearance to the eye of a quiet observer.
The causes assigned by some of the leading
Democratic papers of the State for Demo
cratic defeat, appear to bt the correct ones,
to wit: the party is largely divided upon
the policy of the Administration and upon
the repeal of the Internal Revenue ; and the
present conflict of opinion may end in the
final disruption of party organization as has
been the case once or twice before within
the memory of the writer. Some of our
"didu't-get-elcted this-time" incumbents
of County Officers accept the situation with
cool and commendable philosophy.
THE MINSTRELS
will formally organize their forces Wednes
day night End men toning up No "chest
nuts" this time Side splitters from " fur
back." You can just " bank" on Dick Bogast
and Ed. McDuffie Then there will be a
combination of vocal solos and concert parts
sandwitched into the program.
THE FLAINERSAND SAW MILLS .
of this place have been kept going on full
time all the summer and fall out have been
unable to keep up with their orders until
recently. They have dispensed many car
loads of building material in all directions,
both by rail and by teams and at reasonably
fair prefit.
TOBACCO MEN
report figures 15 per cent betterlthan for the
same date last year. ' Very little of the
weed being marketed so far, weather been too
dry. No wrappers or fillers of consequence.
All grades inferior.
KWONO SING & CO.
children of the Celestial Empire, with " a
smile, childlike and bland," have effected a
lodgement in the City of Flowers and are
renovating the dilapidated linen of single
gentlemen. Kwong says "Greenbulla no
biger nuf," but there is a perfect arelanche
of the aforenamed single gents, who, if
they will do Kwong justice will keep him
employed all the year round. Success to the
Knight of the sad iron.
THE CIRCUS VS. HUMAN NKCESSITV.
The impecunious American taken in con
nection with the circus is a strange sort of
a vegetable. A short time ago a man walk
ed into a store and called for a pair of bro
gans, asked the price, and when informed it
was one $1.00, said "he needed the shoes,
but conld.not afford to pay the cash for them,
just had 3.50, which was neeessary to put
his family through the circus that day, and
would haye to do without the shoes." And
away he went and the circus likelv got his
$3.50.
MARRIAGE BELLS.
The Sentinel may just keep one ear at
its telephone all the time to catch the tinkle
of the merry bells from this till Xmas. The
good looking youngster with fine clothes and
who knows how to present a handsome wed
ding gift, will be in requisition as " best
man."
notes.
The newly married couple, Mr. Dorsey
Hagan and bride took a new departure for
their bridal tour. Instead of New York,
Saratoga and the like, they struck out for
the land of the orange grove, and after tak
ing Florida lengthwise, when last heard
from, were doing up Cuba.
A gentlemen who has just made a tour by
private conveyance through Caswell and
Rockingham counties says, there is much
discontent among the negroes of those sec
tions, dissatisfation as to the outlook. Not
willing to work unless paid largely increas
ed wages, general murmuring and threats
ofriot and disorder unless their necessities
are met.
. The new R. R. schedule which went into
effect a few days ago on the R. D. and N.
C. R. Rs. and which requires the travelling
public here to be on hand at 4:30 a. m., is
not by any means a popular one. To sleep .
with, one eye open and 4and listen for the
strike of the clock, to bounce out and meet
the frosty air and get no hash to brace the
inner man, is an arrangement not calculated
to promote brotherly love toward R. R. men.
L. W. A.
Contesting; an Election.
trpecial Correspondence of the Sentinel.
Yadkintille, Nov. 20. The election is
not over, al least in this county. N. II.
Vestal,who was elected four years ago on the
Republican ticket for Clerk Superior Court
over Jim Hamlin, by 9 votes, and who was
allowed to hold the office without a mur
mur or dissenting voice, is now beaten by
I. J. Hampton by 8 votes for the same office
and is now arranging to contest. Puryear,
Holton & Holton, Phillips & Armfield are
retained by Vestal, and we understand that
Watson & Buxton and Glenn & Glenn are
on the other side. And I hear, from pretty
good authority, that Zeb Vance will be on
hand to help explain the election laws to the
jury. The case wiU'come up for trial al the
Feburary term, and if old Zeb cannot "warm
them up" then the following literary gem,
generally accredited to Vance, will be said :
" I'll come down from Gombroon
Like the man in the moon,
And instead of spank, I'll "spunk 'em."
And the Virgin so " Vestal"
Will feel Blackstones pestle
Said the wily old Fox from Buncombe."'
Thos. D. Nigh.
Tim Boyd on the Result.
Correspondence of the Sentinel.
Grbensroro, Nov. 18. I asked Colonel
Jim Boyd the other day if he wasn't mighty
sorry he didn't run for Congress after sein
how easy Brower was elected. He said no
he was glad he didn't run. Says I, " Jim
how's that?" " Well," says he, " if I had
run I would have raired h all over this
district and I would have made the Demo
crats so mad that the last one of them would
have gone to the polls in solid phalanx and
voted against me, but Brower just messed
around and squalled a little, and the Demo
crats, thought nobody was fool enough to vote
for him and he wouldn't be elected no how,
bo they didn't even take the trouble to vote
against him. You see if the Radicals had
put up a man that was account he would
have got beat certain. Mugwump,
Election of O&lcers.
Adjutant-General Johnstone Jones gives
notice that the biennial election of Field
Officers of the of the several regiments and
the battalion, composing the State Guard of
North Carolina, will be held on the First
Thursday in December next, in accordance
with the ' ode, section 3286. For such elec
tion the commissioned officers of 'companies
of the several regiments are warned to as
semble on the day above named at the fol
lowing places reflectively : First Regiment,
Tarboro; Second Regiment, Wilmington;
Third Regiment, Winston ; Fourth Regi
ment, Charlotte; First Battalion, Raleigh.
The e'ections will be "held i in accordance
with the Code of Regulation, aud . the pro
ceedings will- be reported to Oen.- Jones.
office.
BUSINESS NOTES.
Three hues reading notices under this head
inserted ouce lor a quarter cath. Positively
cash with copy. We cannot charge an ad of
this size.
Those that stand in need of Hardware will
find at Allen's corner a large stock. .
The wives of all husbands can find what
they need in crockery or glass ware at S. E.
Allen's cor. Main and 3ru ate., Winston, N. C.
These shivering times can be made pleasant
by making our homes warm and comfortable ;
at Allen's, corner Main and 3rd sta., can be
found a fine line of heating, and cook stoves,
and grates. Nov. IS
o
A Fearful Leap
into the abyss of poverty, over the precipice of
short-sightedness is taken by thousands, who
might become wealthy, if they availed them
selves of their opportunities. Those who write
to Hallett & Co., Portland, Maine, will be in
formed, free, how they can make from $5 to
$25 a day and upwards. Some have made
over $50 in a day. You can do the work and
live at home wherever you are located. Both
ssxes ; all ages. All is new. You are started
free. Capital not needed. Now ia the time.
Better not delay. Every worker can secure
a snug little fortune.
An Enterprising, Reliable House.
V. O.Thompson can always be relied upon,
not only to carry in stock tbe best of everything,
but to secure the Agency for such articles as
have well-known merit, and are popular with
the people, thereby sustaining the reputation
o( being always enterprising, and ever reliable
Having secured the Agency for the celebrated
Dr. King's New liscovery for Consumption,
will sell it on a positive guarantee. It will
surely cure any and every affection of Throat,
Lungs, and Cheat, and to 'show our confidence,
we invite you to call and get a Trial Bottle Free
Wonderful Cures.
W. D. Hoyt Co., Wholesale anil Retail
Druggists of Rome, ia., say: We have been
selling lr. King's Xew Discovery. Electric
Bitters and Bncklen's Arnica Salve for two
years. Have never handled remedies that sell
as well, or give such universal satisfaction.
There have been some wonderful cures effected
bv these medicines in this city. Several cases
of pronounced Consumption have been entirely
cured by use of a few Klectric Bitters. We
guarantee them always.
Sold by V. O. Thompson.
Winston Tobacco Market.
COKKECTED WEEKLY.
The offerings are son it iMgtV. Prices remain
fair for all bright goods, wmle the common,
medium and sorrykinds fire selling low. We
quote for new stock.
Lugs, Common - - - -Medium,
fc
- c;ood.
Fine, "
ieaf. Common, '
" Medium, '
" Good "
Cutters Good
Fine
Wrappers, Common,
Good, - -"
Fine,
- 1.50 ($ 2.50
:;.50 e 5.U0
6.50 (65 9.00
11.00 (U) 15.00
2.50 rt 4.0.)
8.00 ($ 8.90
9.00 (0 12.00
10.00 (4 23.50
23.00 (g 30.0!)
18.00 22.50
2.'i.00 (to 35.00
none offered.
PRODUCE MARKET.' '
Corrected by Hinshaw & Bynum, Wholesale
and Retail Merchants.
Buying Prices.
Red wheat, 75 a 90
White " 85 a 1 00
lats, 40
Corn, new 50
Corn, old 68
Beans, colored .'. 7s a 1 00
Beans, white I 00 a 1 25
Extra Flour, per sack 2 25
Family " " " 2 50
Bacon, country, shoulders. 8 a 9 ct3
" " sides 9 a 10 cts
" hams 11 a 13 cts
Pork, a 7 cts.
Lard 8 cts.
Butter 15 a 20 cts.
Honey, 8 a 10 cts.
Beeswax .. 18 cts.
Tallow, 4 cts.
Green Hides, 5 cts.
Dry Hides, 10 ct
Eggs, 11 a 13 cts.
Chickens, 12 a 20 cts.
Irish Potatoes, 50 a 60 cts,
Rags, J cts.
Peas, 50 cts,
Hay,percwt 40 a 60 cts.
DRIED FRUIT MARKET
Dark, unclean, mixed, net thoroughly dried
and damp fruits will be unsaleable at any price.
Nothing but the better grades, clean, well dried
and perfectly dry fruits will be marketable.
Blackberries, 7
Cherries, 8
Raspberries,
Whortleberries,....,
Damson Plums,
Apples, dark quartered, 1 tolj
Apples, sliced, bright,.. 1 to 1J
Apples, sliced, fancy, 2 to 2
Apples, sliced, white, 3
Peaches, quarter unpeeled, . 1 i to 2
Peaches, small halyes,unpeeled 2 to 2J
Peaches, bright peeled, 5 to 5
Peaches, fancy peeled, 7 to 7
Peaches, extra fancy peeled 8 to 8
DIED
In this city, Ifov. 19th, infant and only child
of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Albea.
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING. I have
had fifteen years' experience in this busi
ness. Perfect fits, latest styles, and satisfaction
guarrantead at reasonable prices. At H. L.
Shore's, opposite Fogle Bros." machine shops.
Nov. ll-5t ' Mas. S. E. Wellons,
Salem, N. C.
E.
A. GRIFFITH,
A TTORNEY A T LAW,
WINSTON, N. C.
Office over Clark & Ford's Store.
Strict attention given to all business, espec
ially to the collection of claims, Will practice
in Federal and State courts. ni'ch. 5, '85-ly.
YOKE'S OLD STAND OCCUPIES AGAIN !
THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE in
all kinds of
Repairing anil Horse Shoeing!
Dray building a specialty.
C. T. NELSON, late of
Liddkll & Co., Charlotte, N. C.
Winston, Aug. 26, 188S. ly.
NOW THETIME TO SPECULATE.
ACTIVE fluctuations in the Market offer op
portunities to speculators to make money
in Grain , Stocks, Bonds and Petroleum. Prom pt
personal attention given to order received by
wire or mail. , Correspondence solicited. Full
information about the markets in our Book
which will be forwarded free ou application.
H. D. KYLE, Banker and Broker,
38 Broad and 34 New streets, New York City.
Nov. 25, '86-ly.
ON YOUR WAY DOWN TOWN L
STOP IN AT
J. m. RICHARDS
Next to Farmers Warehouse, Old Town Bt.,
And order a nice Beef Roast or Steak sent
to your house. Also keep Veal, Mutton, Pork,
and Sausage. ' We keep Good Meats and We
strive to Please. Give us a Trial. April 15th-ly.
leODS.4L4BIKS OB COMillSSlOX TO MBM AXM
X3 Women to tt as local or traveling A;reut.
y ejrprUncA needed. Steady work ! Jamks K.
Whits ky. Nurseryman, Uo'jKebtor, N . Y . (Men
irai tins paper.) Jul via 6m
25, 1886.
Chronic
Catarrh destroys the sense of smell and
taste, consumes the cartilages of tbe nose,
and, unless properly treated, hastens its
victim into Consumption. It usually in
dicates a scrofulous condition of the sys
tem, and should be treated, like chronic
ulcers and eruptions, through the blood.
The most obstinate and dangerous forms
of this disagreeable disease
Can be
cored by taking Ayer's SarsapariUa. I
have always been more or less troubled
with Scrofula, but never seriously until
the spring of 1382. At that time I took a
severe cold in my head, which, notwith
standing all efforts to cure grew worse,
and finally became a chronic Catarrh.
It was accompanied with terrible head
aches, deafness, a continual coughing, and
with great soreness of the lungs. My
throat and stomach were so polluted with
the mass of corruption from my head
that Loss of Appetite, Dyspepsia, and
Emaciation totally unfitted me for busi
ness. I tried many of the so-oalled spe
cifics for this disease, but obtained no
relief until I commenced taking Ayer's
SarsapariUa. After using two bottles of
. this medicine, I noticed an improvement
in my condition. When I had taken six
bottles all traces of Catarrh disappeared,
and my neaitn was completely restored.
A. B. Cornell, Fairfield, Iowa.
For thoroughly eradicating the poisons
of Catarrh from the blood, take
Ayer's Sar
saoarllla. It will restore health and vigor
to decaying and diseased tissues, when
everything else iaiis.
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Catarrh
Is usually the result of a neglected "col J
in the head," which causes an inflam
mation of the mucous membrane of the
nose. Unless arrested, this inflammation
produces Catarrh which, when chronic,
becomes very offensive. It is impossible
to be otherwise healthy, and, at the
same time, afflicted with Catarrh. "When
promptly treated, this disease may be
Cured
by the use of Ayer's SarsapariUa. I
suffered, for years, from chronic Catarrh.
My appetite was very poor, and 1 felt
miserably. None of the remedies I took
afforded me any relief, until I commenced
using Ayer's SarsapariUa, of which I
have now taken five bottles. The Catarrh
has disappeared, and I am growing
strong and stout again; my appetite has
returned, and my health is fully restored.
Susan L. W. Cook. 900 Albany street,
Boston Highlands, Mass.
I was troubled with Catarrh, and all its
attendant evils, for several years. I tried
various remedies, and was treated by
a number of physicians, but received
no benefit until I commenced . taking
Ayer's SarsapariUa. A few bottles of
this medicine cured me of this trouble
some complaint, and completely restored
my health and strength. Jesse Boggs,
Holman's Mills, Albermarle, N. C.
If you would strengthen and invigorate
your system more rapidly and surely than
by any other medicine, use Ayer's Sar-
saparilla.
It is the safest and most reliable of all
blood purifiers. No other remedy is so
effective in cases of chronic Catarrh. ,
Sold by an Droggists. Price $1 ; six bottles, $.
- CITY
Liberty St., WINTSON, 3DJ. C.

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