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4 - V ! ! . --J-a-i a. i . ,i. . . ... I ' , : . THE DEMOCRAT. EnTEKFI) AT THE .'. O. AT SCOTLAND Neck as second class M atl MaTTEit. Thursday. February 516, . W. Kl'ICHlN, Kditob. Democrat Stock Company. Wo, the undersigned, having unit ed as joint stock holders, have pur chased TnE Democrat, and we now place the paper on a solid basis, with a capital stock sufficient to insure its permanency. We do this through patriotic principles, beiu interested in the town and community and in the great cruse of democracy as well. And we take this meansNof assuring the public that this paper shall con tinue whether it is seif-sustaining or not. But it is well known to the pub lic that no paper can be successful without the hea ty cooperation and steady support of the people. Every community ousht to be and is able to sustain a first-class newspaper ; and the community that fails to do this is rightly considered behind the times and wanting in enterprise. If the pa per should fail to be self-sustaining, it will incur loss both to the stock holders and editor. We, therefore, appeal to our friends and the public generally to give their support.and thus aid us in the contin uance of this enterprise so needful to the community. We assure the public that the need not hesitate to patronize the pa per either ia subscriptions or adver tising, for it shall not be allowed to suspend to the disadvantage of sub scribers and advertisers. The politics of the paper is outlin ed in another column, concerning which we all agree. We again ask the public to aid us in establishing ii; our midst a first-class paper, and wt confidently believe that they will do so. Noah Biggs. N.B. Josey & Co. E, E. HlLLIAED. W. II. Kitciiix. W. A. Dunn. Pr33id3utBattl- anithe University We notice the loilowing in Presi dent Battle's letter of 16th in reg to to the University : The Faculty, under authority o the trustees have admitted, free o tuition, in addition to county, stu dents, a few who are preachers, o, preparing for the ministry, and als. some sons of preachers. The reasot for this action is obvious and will no: I am sure, ba criticised. With these exceptions we have re quired tuition from all. Where mony could not be paid we have exacte' n.He with secutity, where ecurii could be given." Can it not be inferred from that that the law concerning the nurabet of indigent, students has been abus ed? Is there not a gap in the Presi dent's letter, through which mon than o.,e student besides minster and ministers' sons, may have beet: admitted to the University? "Exact ed notes wi h security, where securi ty could b3 given." when seeuni. could not ba given was any note ex acted? If the note was exacted will out security, could not that luet bt used to 'whip the devil round the stump.'and thus allow more than one student from each county the advan tages of the University with free tui tion? Could not a dozen boys from each county go and give notes with out security, and thus be admitted, taking advantage of being received without security, as intimated by Un fetter, some might go to the Univer sitv with never an idea of paying. Does not the President know the gen eral end of a note without security? Does he highly value them in prva affairs? Perhaps he has long since during hi3 legal practice discovered the almost worthlessness of such a note. The Democrat rejoices that, the preparatory department of the Uni versity has been put aside. We hope hat the University shall soon be unexcelled as a University. Lot it be giten by the Legislature yearly as much money, for yearly ex penses a..d suitable equipments, as its inosteitliujiastijtriuteo can wish Let it be above rivalry with any coi lege. Let it be one great, grand Uni versity. but let it have no tinge of fr t school cU iractedstics, says nhe Dem ocrat. Let' not even one boy from county have free tuition, but let al boys have the facilities of higher ed ucation put within his own Stat . within the grasp of each one. Whn more can be expaoted from the State It is the State's duty to educat her sons, only so far as to warrau their being good, law-abiding citizens She does tnis. or ought to do it," in the free schools, as conducted in each county. Beyond this the State hu no moral obligation or right to go, beio in a democratic overumeut, believing as we do that one man must bj allowed the very. aan chance as another. Every bov m tha State can go to the free school. Bat it would be al most impossible for every bov to go to the University unless the Univer Htv wvj f ally prepared to acJo.na lite 10.000 boys. It is, you raigh infer, a lun.l of lottery a3 it now ex ists. One boy shall be taken, anoth errefus3d. Thus it shall ever b while human nature remains un changed. Influence always gives tb i-iroferp.iiftn. One colored boy froii; ach county, politically, has as mud right to a University education fre of tuition as the white boy. Allow them to give notes withou security and so :i Xrth Carolin wi be a land of Universities, and lik Athens of old, yea a very great sea of knowledge lu conclusion the Dsmocra' would like to ask the President up J vvhat authority were notes receive with or without security? Undo what law did the President act in re ceiving these notes? Will he be ki(n enough to refer the Democrat or th public to the statute giving this an thority? From what clause in th Constitution of North Carolina doe he derive this power? If neither th Legislature nor the Constitution ha granted such power or authority tt act thus, then we conclude that Pre ident Battle has transcended th bounds of his duty, and has usurpe and exercised a power never intend ed to be lodged in the hands of th managers of the University. We siin ply desire information. Presiden Battle may be right in taking then. n.tes, and if so the public ought t(. know it. But we are constrained t oelieve that no such discretion ha been given to either the President oi board of directors of the University We desire to be distinctly under -tood as casting no reflections what ever upor. President Battle, becaus ie is a high-toned gentleman, bu candor compels us to say that ttu practice of accepting notes, inaugu rated at the University is an eviltha -hould never have been originated md ought to be at once stopped. Oar Legislature. The members of the Legislatun were elected to make or repeal law as the case may be and to elect t United States Senator. This latte. iuty they performed nobly and fit mgly, by electing Z. B. Vance his wn successor. What else has the Legislature done': Veil, we remember a few othei iiings. For fear Mr. Cleveland couL"? iot find among the fifty millions o Vraericans, a competent gentleraa. fr Solicitor General, the democratic jaucus proceeded with lightnin. peed, to inform him where he could ind the man he was looking for. The members feeling that thej' ha 1 jerformed a great service to th jountry and poured a flood of ligh: ipon the stupid mind of the Presi-ent-elect, set themselves at once to vork in open session to aid that geh ieman in making up his Cabinet, a;i .ommauded their Senator to , rosea! it once in search of .Mr. Ciev-di id tad remove the scales from his bliu I -1 eyes and inform hitn of the ou , k'hoin he snould put in his Cabine. which PortFolio would best sui hem and their mau. The Senator, is he always has done, and ever will lo. discharged this duty faithfull. and obeyed orders whether in accor vith hi3 judgement or not. Even with that the members wer. iot satisfied as it seams. They now n their loyalty and wisdom instruc; ne State delegation in Congress to ise their influence to divide up the mrplus in the United States treasury imong the States for educationsl pur )oes. How happy and fortunate ar lie people in having such wise states nen and law-makers to dictate to oui Congressmen and to the President lect ! What a pity and how macb ias the world lost by this Legislao ut e's not having control of the Fed - Tai Lrovernnieni I - v onuer way tne i President and Congress do not think ibout it. . From our stand-point, and from our oustruction of the Constitution, it i as simply asked oar members to ig nore the Constitution and to take the vill of the members of the North Car Una Legislature as a guide instead f the Constitution and their oaths i he Democrat agrees with the Star vhenitsays: "If this does not yio ite the spirit and the letter of th Jonstitntion, then human language i what Tallyraud or some one elsi aid of it meant to deceive. Tht imple rules of construction applied u the organic law show this." (The end is not yet, we have been yrirately informed that . Presiden; Cleveland intends to visit Raleig etore the Fourth and consult oui legislature on various and important a4lairs. Don't give this away .J Frecidant Cleveland, No man must be expected to work- miracles. Let some enthusiastic dem ocrats ask themselves if tbey are not expecting too macb from the Presi-tent-elect. For twentyfive years . .. . :. Kuan iindar radical " . tuuuwV" . I " " " Commons on the subject of the man n,le. which is oaiyauoi,aruu 1 - ,1 .....nnfliin KnlUB I- qisruie u fcunu.-- pect Mr. Cleveland, who may be the jreatest man iu America, to revolut ionize the government in a few nonths, expect him to kill the effects if maladministration accumulated -hrouzhout the last quarter of a en- ury in a short ti ac. It is impossible. President Cleveland will no doubt do ts much in the line of "sweeping with t clean broom" as any man living j-in do, and still fall far short of the xpctatious of many. He will listen o wise counsel.surround himself with i:ie ablest and best meu ia the demo ratit! party, ami tiiese facts added to dsown tact, ability and business for wardness will cause him to do the ut uost that can b3 done, under the cir- wr 'II P.. IK. lumstaaeas. m wiu, we wmi, -iitify the people, though he may no? five them all the satisfaction io one Uy. Tue corruption that he is to re nove. was not perfected iu one day, ut it has a history of twenty-five years which tells of its loathsomeness md if the President succeeds iu ttraigutening aud coircting the ex- suns evi'seven ia th;i time of hU vhole administration, though he may oe again elected, we and all should regard the American people as for tunate ia choosing their president. Tr fMAveland has always met the lemands of the people he pretended to serve, and has ever proved equal ;o emersencies. and we believe he ffill, as Chief Executive of the Uuit- eci States, be fully capable of well inishing the task which has been set for him. Th Apologist- a Nuisance. Ve agree most heartily with our jsteeraed contemporary, the Star, in wS editorial "Conciliation and Self iespect." We have a loathsome con- empt for thi fawning sneak, in Con gress or out of Congress, who apolo gizes for the part he or his section ook in the war between the States. r who confesses that the South was ill wrong and had no cause to rebel, j The blatant sycophants who de- i lounce original secessionists ana amely submit to hearing onr true eaders denounced as traitorti. had the Southern cause been suooessful. -vould bs the loudest-mouthed howl- 3rsin all the land in denunciation ind condemnation of the Federal xovernraent and Yankeedom in gen- i ral. If Davis was a traitor and de erved death, so did every man in he South, who aided or sympathized vith his country. The most odious can in the South to day is he who :an not stand erect and look the vorld in the face and say truly, "I tm not ashamed of the part borne by ne, or my State in that war." Economy. From Dec. 1, '83 to Dae. 1, .'84, iiree hundred and sevens. 3' -eight leius vere registered in this oouut3 From Oec. 1, '84 to the present tinis two tundrudaod eigiitv liava been give.i .0 the Register of Deeds. For the auie perio.d last year t'ie number was two hundred aud forty-one. If this increase continues it will be very un fortunate for our people. The South being more of an agri- :iltural counuy, lias not the want ind suffering that ow exists tarougout the manufacturing states, out the effects of the business de pression are necessarily very sensi- oly felt throughout the Union. While our Southern people escape this en forced idleness, let us be careful that fre indulge in no extravagance. The prices which now rule for our pro- lucts demand that we ba very cau tious. .Let our people do this and again can they cherish the hape that "there is a good time coming." Tar- ooro Southerner. The Roman Catholics up North are rapidly becoming the great disturb ing element i 1 State and city govern ments. They have with them all the criminal classes. Here in North Car )hna, where we have only afewhun Ired o them, they are a gentle a- -tucking doves. Thanks to the - men rho have turned the tide of European emigration North and West. May it le ver turn South. I nstead of havinjr igenls to bring them here, let it em iloy agents and pay the scum of Eu ope to quit our borders. Biblical Recorder. The Biblical Recorder had a most sensible editorial in last issue upon immigration. It is a sad fact, that, is a rule! the immigrants to the South are not of the first class. We vant immigrants, but we do not want the scum of those who are seeking homes in this country. Publio Schooli. The Leader bill, fhich we outlined pretty folly last week, and which? is said to embody the views of Superin tendent Finger, has some excellent features. Both of these gentlemen are teachers of ability and experience as well as practical legislators- luer - ent of the pubHc 6chooi e I f .... i . .1 i tnere lore enuiiea 10 great resect i- That part of the bill which restore the authority of the county superin tend tnts aud constitutes the count boards distinct from the commission ers is perhaps most necessary to tin easy working of the school machinery But io the eyes of the people of the East the most important feature is that which defies equal facilities ai not involving the apportionment til school funds per capla. The new plan will work to the advantage of th whites in the eastern counties, arid t' that of the negroes in the Wesiern : that is to saj-, the discrimination that now exists with regard to the minor ity race will be removed. Relief has been needed in the East, slid com plaint has been loud and prolonged. The bill is guarded carefully so as to preserve to all their constitutional rights and privileges. There need b no uneasiness on that score. It is Miraolv a measure of justice, and in irs practical workings will result to tup advantage oi Liie ueouie ut u"f races G old s boro Messe ngen That Action. It is cause for sincere regret that cue press of Washington, Richmoud ind New York is makiug so much fun of the Legislatures iudorsc-ment ol Ir. Jarvis for a Caoiuet position. But, then, if we have a Legislature that in a moment of seati ment makes such breaches of good taste we must have the philoso phy to suffer the consequences. Kal eigh Chronicle. Another Action. Tiie House has passed the resolu tion in3tructiusr the North Carolina w delegation in Congress to violate the Constitution of the Un ited States. That is to say, it has pass.rl a reso lution asking for the pass age of a law to divide up.for educational purposes, die surplus money in the United States Treasury among the States that was put there by the taxation of the people. If this does not violate the spirtl and letter of the Constitu tion then human language is what fallyrand or some one else said of it meant to deceive, lhe simple rules of construction applied to the organic law show this. Wilmington Star. Tobacco in the East. We have heard of two persons in this section who are s;oing to cultivate a small crop of tobacco. Mr. B. W. Brown will plant about three acres on his farm 3V miles North of Green villet and Mr. James Brown tells us he is going to plant one acre on his farm just below. We believe that they will find raising tobacco profita ble. We would like to hear of others engaging in it3 cultivation. Greens ville Reflector. Wife Boating. c suggest thai the best method of punishing oiTe inters of this sort is by publicly wjippin tht'.H. XJu ston Fred Press. Better punish driiiikoauoss ai-.l wii'e-beatiug severely as cranes. Then there will be littie demand for "divorce lawj. Methodist Adoauee. There seouis to be a growing no tion among the people of the tstate u) have new counties. There is no oetter place for a new county than ibis section of the county with boot land Neck as the site. But the Dau ocuAT does not encourage tuia no tion. Too many counties now. Court houses cost too much io have one in every ten miles square. Have the citizens of the existing counties none of that love for the old county, which we might call couuty pride? If so let that be used to keep, the counties as they are. There has been som interest tak en in the matter of State aid to pub lication of Histories dec, ih which the State is, of course, praised and defended. The Legislature failed to pass one Bill relating to the same, and rightly too. Whenever this State needs a book to characterize or de fend it, there will be fouud patriots or philanthropists at least, who will not let a good work remain unpub lished. We notice tha, Mr. Dixon, the able member from Cleveland, has intro duced a Bill in the House iu regard to the equalization of taxes. Wc have not the space to notice it minutely. We do not think it practicable. The Star of the 17th has a sound ar ticle on that subject. Taxes are necessary evils. Lris lators should make them as little op presuve, unequal and oiious as pos sible. Wilmington Star. DABBTS PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. A Hoaaebold Article for VnlvensI Family Ce." For Scarlet ud Typhoid Fevers, Dipbtfterto, Sali vation, tncerated Sore Throat, Small Pox, Measles, and Eradiates TfAT.AttTA. all Contagions Diseases. Persons waiting o the Sick should use it freely. Scarlet Fever has nerer been known to spread where the Fluid wa used. X'ellow Ferer has been cured with it aftef black vomit had taken place. The wortf of Diphtheria yield to ;t Fereredand Sick Per SBiAix-rox and PITTING of Small -Pox PREVENTION A member of my fam ily was taken " with Small-pox. I used the Fluid : the patient was sons refreshed and Bed Sores prevent ed by bathing with Darbys Fluid. Impure Air made harmless and, ptirinud. For Sore Throat it is a sure cure. Contagion destroyed. not delirious, was not. pitted, and was about the house again in throe For fronted Feet, X?""1. ."' ! eeks, an J no others X"7'"?-,'-r-A had it. - J. W. Pakk. Soft White Complex- i 'nson, Philadelphia. '. ionssecuredbyitsu.se. 3Sii5E.iZaaaaaEaB 51Up Fever prevented. II . To purify the Itreath, DhtllSna Cleanse the Teeth, M - Catarrh rcGeved and m Prevented. cured, Erysipelas cured, tturns relieved instantly. Scars prevented. Dysentery cui-ed. Wounds heale-i rapidly Scurvy cured. An Antidote for Animnl or Vegetable JPoisous, Stings, ea, 1 used the Fluid during our present affliction with scarlet Fever with de cided advantage. It is indispensable to the sick room. Wu. F. Sand ord, Eyrie, Ala. The physicians here use Darbys Fluid very successfully in the treat- ' ment of Diphtheria. A. Stoi-lenwesck, Greensboro, Ala Tetter dried up. Cholera prevented. Ulcers purified and healed. In oases of Death it should be used about the corps s Jt will prevent any unpleas ant smell. The eminent Phy. tMMU4 I sician.J.MAKION 'Onrel lork, S3YS ' 1 am convinced Prof. Darbys Frophylactic Fluid is a valuable disinfectant." Vanderbilt University, Nashyjlle, Tenn. I testify to the most excellent qualities of Prof. Darbys Prophylactic Fluid. As a disinfectant and ietcrgent it is both theoretically and practically superior to any preparation with which I am a juaintetJ. jx. i. iaioton, .fret. Chemistry. Darbvs Fluid Is Recommended hv Hoiv Alfxandkh H. Stephens, of Georgia; Kev. Chas. F. Deems, D.D., Church of the Strangers, N. Y,; las,. L,bContb, Columbia, Prof.,University,S.C Rev. A. J. Battle, Prof., Mercer University; Rev. C20. F. Piemcb, Bishop M. E. Church. DiDISPIJNSABLK TO EVERY HOME. PcrSictly harmless. Used internally or externally for Man or Beast. Th Fluid has been thoroughly tested, and we iiave abundant evidence that it has done everything acre claimed. " For fuller information get of your Druggist a pamphlet or send to the proprietors, J. H. ZKtLIN & CO., Manufacturing Chemists. PHILADELPHIA, FACTS REGASDiNC h Harisi's Im Tonic 'twill pniifa it enrich t!ip BLOOD, regulate .to lIVKSanu tCIBNfc V!i. ua K it mi otic tux .se.tv reaiotrlnir n cvriaiii and efficient TfiXlC'. tEiXTH end V IOOK c f XOT7TK : Mlul tl.OMI '-.'t'ciAilv liyiMeiil,Vi!'i ol Appt-UH!.i.i3Ves-'j'l. Ua of FtTr" jrr:i. -t-., H n if n.aikt'd :.h iiu'.ii3(late alia v o-:iir. til r.'--ul!s. revs, "icic? t:l tifrvt-! rirUi : c ic.:. t. lZlai.Vvi : .iili..i a:il 3UtpI:' liraii! I'i . ;, m. a s,u.-ri:.s lrtu: (! r.! j-.u-1r!s ?r Si? i? !w 55 r-'-iwixr to 'Jit-ii fi ?. v i). i',i:i iii LlAaT-iTiTS-'S XJaOri 5'O.fIOamii anil H i f :'y ... it ZitP. . fi.'r;r 1 "fill!1 vt.U.iiif iilitl. -.' s:;inv't :-lln-.i:iv ! iiio value l Ok. . . t:' ltl "I iiwf. '!;ut fi "inei'l alterr.pts laiit'. n' vftfnf liavi' r!:Iv a.hled ts il.e popular . ;-.: tirivina!. J f von i-rt!stiv desire health .. ttjer!miiit Kt ilia Okioinal AKD lit.-iT. -. matsb's iFKiri Tonic m for ue by all WILL BUY ONE ALL RIGHT Self-feed, STRAW & KAY CCTTEK. nif: . 5:ol. anal trmacred.and '.ntyi to lever avr.h ihrrc t olts. i ' c ciisiW r.f' tr. -1tarp;n. 3;ai Pity for Mtfva.m. nuhiiMiieM-iiini Mii fir.. I'ataauti n istl I!ci iT. 5 W rite lo J. t' Jlss m iZy RELIABLE AGENTS to sell our popular- HOOKS ash T5IF.I.KS in every Town and Coumv. LIBCRAI. TF.R1IS. H- F. JOH" SOX i CO.. 1013 Main St.. lili iimund, Va. TSjTH ONLY TRDE dsp Trade Mark CIGJffiEnES. Ana vui .iuj.oi;jr - . fva I. 1.1 tri.4 IAra person who will taka 1 Fill each sUght health, it sach a thins: he possible. For Physicians nno thena for iiio cur of TLZ S Bad j.lli; or sent hy raail for Z3c iix eiaaije. Circulara fro:., i. Slip mm m tm w ir i.tt:j t m f3 M 3-5 few fcS? k ! U H S ' : - & K I rre.. by j ; , . Jt;:' . '! , f; ' - m& Wi M & & I'i f? Pi i SSA fe?. SS IJ 1 rvcauoit ix Uitur thsi c J. " !Wa- ' 43HSeWS AMCRYf-Sr t.W5ieST TBES influenza, BW.iine at the l.wi rt. ittf. UtHi I'-ina, w?u!i ; v. ; UiaceiiM : Uia fc;:!.o. 8oli t v. ryvLr Vr'-vtt tr K lav der. l:M..r. m. ic;;Fp'iir:f!ii ii car': p'nt of iw. it v. twl!! nlm ic.tiveiv j,rr.9:t It'll cure i StTliWB.KtB J KjU iLgitA tl. 17 : n kitnQd 00 mi Ul l liU wlwUa0rns' r'uluoi:s' -An unfailing Foolease. It U a wna-tnnira fB." !t mos? the n 5 t3 f? r rS".l CJ TS Btra ea at n. pa . - aijjt'iutls 1'iiwder iiiJ in iS'iC.itr.. Eif 5" H-litf M B ST EkS STA B M ttfl Iswot'ikw.tha: S:.rMa.iS :.,!, 'im fi-8 is, St I !- HBB. &fi M J8 1 '.thine n rttt vf.l ma&e j.tw Ks-?2 Kf M HMD ti BJR fi lik-r 64,.ri?tC.mllin Paw- E5 fe U N El HL. H 3 Ball If m B Hot, Swollen and Teller FeettCliiiblaini5.&c. Price 25 Cents. Comease Maniif 'g Co., 236, 5th Ave. Place, ST. Y. City- For ckue bt WMm sires an diseases oi xne biomacn, isiva. I Pg Bowels, . STidzaeys, Skin and Bloa mm IiitUioi.fi testily to its emcacy m ner. isg the above nounce it to TitAiMi maek, Quarantftefl to cure Dyspepsia. -" '77 w M Bt New York Oitv. Drueeista sell ii are the BEST EVER. Mi uij... s-u..i ny iui uruncd STANDARD CUH2 w DCst Pail ever used . JiaiTnoEy Orovc. . 14TTVE ho Ca!Uarrie3. pyi ;vtfy jnyjt tuto,ev3s. tr two. makes the Imuukii uutcUinerv tia as r. m uavTcv-.vxx t ley parity iha tleod aud put new life iu ji t.ioken-uo,Ti U r.TSO P;i.L3 ? wif1' vcmdetfnl resultt.. N. W. rSAKKit, Locpj-tOrow. bi.io. Ivw si 's press- fram V 2,,J-"Jr'av Ottjr. II. IX, Athcwi, Texoa They ar et51tt H tr .fif&JP. m-1w. Ali Siusy are nrw!xodle.Ma. Tj32 BKtn Kirsra" ,r-' " !! ft fJT la U ifs f-.rB vos.tireiy curevi with ViZ'PZ-Tt' Si-a,S-5?.j.-iis an.er-MU;KirniCiiy t.iey contain no CiilUtf & w.i;iU;t'U UU.3 J' :.I!:21U, .T-"--";I V, fl Ui laCJ -..aiu- tMWKSVU KArHKI? i.thrw month. Anrfra will tak ONE i- I. -: For enr'nV Feiile rmni.i.i ?KfWi5V,E AV KURS. my le nnori to onnt h a'th. if mcIi n thing is i.os. it:'. . ' .r irn? hv m a fo5 JS?.,?i.t.h'!!,! PllIa? h'x7S "oeqaal. f hysiciaiii. u-e ti.em in th ir practice. Sold eTerywL-t torjseenta in stamps. Scud for pampii!e:. I. 9. JO&XUON ti CO., Boston. Ifau . WmmAjnff Bftr ii Mmr tZ. . Tbse Good:; are sold under ( Absolute Guarantee That they are the Finest and PURss goods upon the market; They ARE FREE from DRUOej CHEMICALS of anykinjf Thev consist of the Purest Rice Paf OUR SALES EXCEED None Genuip.e wiihout tP , of the BULL. Take no uj'rmrir?t W. T. BlaCKVVELL & CO, I Se "Marafacbw-s. DURHAM M pf PURGATIVE WW' Tn f Sft aantlmn from 1 to l;i weeks, may be restore Tu?1 v Female Complaints licsa pjn, ' "?44 ... . r.joiaurxi ju tjirce ui.s.:ases. Sold everywhtt. j vsristory. t nowra MortrtM, Kithiov l&ui. , le. . 8. JOUNSOX 4t CO.. IkwUm. Mast. tVvcCholera.Ae. ftolci pvenmrtaon. lijiroularslrea. I. a. JOtLtiSOH i auJaSn t?:Lu V? 'ST &jf tl Irnn n a " : wntu 0 ItlilUoB Bottles sold in 10 Tears. A ceriaia'Csse fo ryspspsia, all Diseases of the Siace. Liver, Etomaci, Elcod, Skia and Ecwels. C&n Produce TLousaada of Letters proviug its Cviralivo X'n-x AN OU) AN2 JLONS 73SXS33 Labokatoex 77 Airrrir Steeet, ?ew yocs err?. FOR SALE BY ALL 'PUGGISTS " tr.ii ti. . j. 4 Bin "5ijs. ii must uespsiai AEr3 &c-' Sfkemi-y cured. Price 2a Oentc, Remedy for Agents, DruggmU and Shoe D&zUrs. named aisaases, and pre be the QRY'S LITTLE CATHARTIC PIU for Caeivenaa, teti-ii on, SieiL'ack - aud Jlieiiiciiie JDca.e.is at 13 Ci. a Bos," or Ir-l. CO., ProprSeters, 137 Pcai J ., R. y. " Dy paysicssaaccri sold i)V it.so vari:.r6 than is cliiini5: thtv wit?. !- i , Jiuro. Vrsirta twia;o tile mnncv a-;k. w v.- f n, '?.r. Bl e."p. Mil Ri Iff c. v.. ,.'r.J.i ,.,'..?': it. 7 r ft " C . . - .