AIIHRTISIII Aim APPEAL
BRUNSWICK, GEORGIA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1881.
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T. Cl. STACY,
Mayor- 3. F. Nelson. . ,
AUermm- A. T. Putnam. W. W. Wstkln*. J. 3
Hpears, D. T. Duun, J. 1’. Harvey, S. C. Little
Held, r. 3. Loorillnger.
Clerk rf Treasurer—James Houston.
Ckitf Marshal—1\. A. Fahm.
As si riant Mar shut-3. L. Death.
Pd icemen—W. II. Ilaluey, T. W. Dolt.
Keeper a/ Guard House ami Clerk of Markef-V.
jtorf Pkytidatb—0 L Schlatter. Jr. M. D.
City Ihysician—L D Do vis, M. D.
Harbor Master—(} 3 Hall.
l\>rt Wardens-—Matthew Shannon, Tho* O’Con
nor, Jr. and A V Putnam.
standing coMHtmncs or council.
Finance-Coupcr, Watkins and Dunn.
Stukrts, Drain* A Dridoes—Dunn, Watkins
AND DEALEB IN
Hex ion White Cemetery—C O Moore.
Hexton Colored Cemetery—Jackie* While.
Town commons—Harvey. Ooupcr and Spears.
Cexktkkies—Sinara, Dcorfiingcr and Coulter,
li^inoa iditlefli ld. Spears and Putnam,
liruuc building*—Wstkiu*. Doerfiingcr aud
UAlUAOAi«-Docrfling« r.liarvuy aud Littlefield
Education—Putuaiu, Hpears and Dunn.
Charity—Putuam, Littlefield aun Docrfilngi-r
Fiuk depakthest—Hpears,Putnam aud Harvey
1’oi.irE Putnam, Dnnu, and Watkins.
UNITED HTATEH OFFICERS.
Collector of Customs—Johu T. Collins.
r luternal Ue>
Deputy Marshal—G. J. Hall.
* ‘-us North.
!. 11. Dexter
. T. Dm
SEarOBT lOlKiK. Xo. OS, I, (I. II. F.
COURT HEHHIONH IS TUP. 1 DUNHWICK CIRCUIT.
CLINCH—1st Monday lu March and Heptemlier.
APPLING—Si 1 Monday In March and Hcpteinbei
WAYNE—4Ui Monday in March and Septcnitu r.
PIERCE—1st Monday In April and October.
<XIFFEE—T11 usilay a
r 4th Mondi
CAMDEN- Tuesday after *1 Mo
ly in April a
day in May a
mn also os hand a full add will as
SOUTH) STOCK OF
All «f which aro offered for caah at rcaaonable
I MEAN BUSINESS
Htoro corner Newcaa tie and Monk Streeta,
H. H. P.
HILL’S IN PElCEt
Has a'tained unprecedented success In relieving
tho prevalent disorders of the IJver. Its i
Justly eutitie it to the preferment it receive
It is now kept by many person*always at hand,
and used regularly, and those persons are never
subject to the usual symptom* of a disordered Liv
er. so provaieut at this si anon of the year. It will
To try it, and yon will certainly l»o pleaned *
the result. For sale by J. SI. .HADDEN.
CHARLTON—id Monday in May and Mavenitn
GLYNN—4th Moiulay in May aud November.
152 mtm’GIITON St.,
Thinks the public through tkp
pant, and asks a continual) w ‘
lie Ilia opened his HIRING IMPORTATION of goods
in all grilles, and Placed bis low prices on them,
- iTIC“ ' *
boily that is wlthii
50c COhOKKD SILKS AND SATINS
|uaL Ills FANCY ARTICLED c
THE DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
a success CAHIWKRK tor Hummer it 75c is
>rth «1 V> in New York, in fict, there is not an
tlcle in Fancy or MUple Dry «noda that cauuot he
•nd in bis sstobllshment, Also, the newest goods
t. called NUN’S VEILING, for dreascs, is kept in
grail is Al! he asks is a call. Do not fjrcet his
152 BROUGHTON STREET,
SAVANNAH, - GEORGIA.
; FORMERLY PLANTERS’ HOTEL).
M. L HARNETT & 00.,
$2.00 TER DAY.
City Tax Notice.
|.«t'd on the ni<t .lay of March,
rms will tie issued for the entire
in. tor the year against each aud
fails to make payiucut »r above
TAMM HOUSTON, <
.'f. J, CmYATT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Str. David Clark
Only Direct Doat twice por week between
SA VANN AH & BRUNSWICK.
LEAVES SAVANNAH FOR BRUSSWICK EVERY
MONDAY AND THURSDAY AFTERNOON.
RETURNING, LEAVE BRUNSWICK
Tuesday g Friday evening
Raiirond, aud at Havanuu
Co.'s steamers to and f:
Freights at lowest r
t Brunswick with B. * A.
with Ocean Steamship
New York, and with
Brunswick, on the dock.
[COMPOSED OF THE GERMANIA AND
HANOVER INSURANCE CO.'H|
BRITISH llIHRIl'il ASStfR'B €0.
T. O'CONNOR, Jr.
A*-DWELLINGS AT VERY LOW RATES, fob
Georgia State Gazetteer
Itiisinoss niul Planter’s
I i»e leaned on or before October 1st, lMtl. Vol-
of this work (1879-DO) contained 034 pagra hre-
Volume II will contain fuUy 1000 pagea.—
Sketches of every city, town aud village, population,
wealth, industries, shipping directions, Jkc., busi
ness aud Profeasioual men. acbooD, colleges,
churches. Mines, factories, mills. County State
’nlted States Officers, Planters amt farmers.—
.ms I contalnoil over 20,000 names of plant-
1th post office.) Newly reiised map of Wats,
very Item of Importance to *
I COMPUTE 6I2ETTEES OF GE0R6U.
n#* orders to
Saot-RN * CQ.s
!tJ4.1'.roal Sirwt, AtupL'ta, fit.
Boot & Shoe Maker.
THE WIFE'S MANABEMENT.
To most wives, tbe very thought of
selling a husband for money (or per
sonal expenses is a delicate and dread,
ed task. Not tbat tbe wife of a man
fears refusal, bat to bor it seems tbat
be should seo for himself what sbe
needs, uot to compel her to ask for
what is rightfully hers. The wife is
bead manager of tbe borne; tbo man
is presumably tbe bread winner, tbo
responsible hood, bnt on her devolves
tbe burden of planning aud manag
ing tho borne expenditures.
When a man marries, bo takes
away, in a measure, the opportunities
which a woman possessed beforo of
providing for her own support. There
are many man who wed with the
avowod intention of taking a partner
in life wbo shall belp them to earn
money, and wbo demand that a wife
shall toil on, yoar after year, at cost
of health and borne comfort, no mat-
tor if both are sacrificed, so tbat sho
earns monsy to belp swell tCe gener
al fund. We do not propose to give
such husbands evon a passing notice,
bnt allude to those men who, when
they enter into wedlock do so with
tbo design of creating a home, and di
recting tbeir boat efforts toward tbe
maintenance of tbat bomo and tbe ed
ucation of tbeir children.
Were such men as tbe latter to re
alize bow most women shrink from
asking for money for tbe pnrcbnso of
clothes and tbe nnmbcrloss trifles
they love to collect, they would nut
force them to do it It is a very easy
matter for a man to give to bis wife a
weekly or monthly sain from which
sbo can provide herself and little ones
with what they require; and ho should
ulso depute to her tho duty of making
tbo purchases for all tho departments
of tbe borne. A certain sum nllowe.l
her (and it abonld bo according to
bis income) wonld place her in n po
sition to aeqairo judgement by calling
iutu exercise economy and skill in
making purchases. A wife who is thus
treated will beoomo systematic aud
priuleut. Sbo will soon learn tbnt it
is more judicious to buy in Inrgo
quantities. She will nlso learn that it
is the truest economy to procure tho
best. A new delight will cuter into
her daily life. All womuu bavo in
greater or less degree a tasto for
busmens, and n possessor of a certain
share of tbu funds will awakon habits
of forethought, and common sense
will dictate bur outlays, besides, ahe
will know better wbot sbe, ns tbs rep
resentative of her husband, can af
ford. Sbe will uo longor bo kept in
ignorance of bis nffnirB, and sbo will
determine for beraolf jnst bow much
money should be expeuded witb tbu
If any husband doubts tho correct
ness of onr views, let him consult bis
wife upon the subject, and tho aniwer
will perhaps surprise him. And if be
go still farther and adopt tbo advice
given, tbe report will surprise him sl-
He will l>o tbo gainer, both in
true comfort and inereaaed respect
for Ids wife, while sbe will enjoy tbe
pleasant excitement of bargaining,
and tile development of an executive
ability, which might have remained
LOlBFEltOW’D F1MT MEM.
Tows rork. rrlwa
When onr great pool was niue years
old, his master wanted bim to write a
composition, and Little Honry, like
all children, sbrauk from tbo under
taking. Hit maater said :
"Yon can write words, can you
“ Yes," was tbo roply.
“ Then yon can pat words togeth
“Then,” said the master, "yon
may take yonr slato and goont behind
tho acbool house, and tbero yon can
find aomething to writo about, and
then yon can tell wbat it is, what it
is for and wtiat is to bo done witb it,
end that will Em a composition."
Henry took his slate and went out.
He went behind Ur. Finney's baru
which chanced to bo noar by, and see.
ing a fine turnip growing np he
thought be knew wbat tbat was, wbat
it was for and what wonld be done
A half bonr bad Ewen allowed to
Henry for bis first undertaking in
writing composition. In a half boor
be carried in bis work, all accom
plished, and tbo master is said to have
been affectod almost to tears when bo
saw what little Henry bad dono in
tbat abort timo.
un. nsxzT's fnaxir.
Mr. finnejr bad a turnip
And It gnw, and It graw;
Aud it graw behind a barn.
And tbe turnip did do harm.
And it grew, and it graw,
Till it oould grow do tailor.
Then Mr Ftanajr took it up
And put it lohi* cellar.
There it lay, tfcrre It lay,
Till It becau to rot.
When hi*daughter 8uale washed it.
And the put it In tbe pot.
Then ahe boiled It. and bulled it.
As tong aa aha waa able;
Thru bis daughter Liula took it
And she put It on tbe table.
Mr. Finney and but wife.
Both set down to np;
And they ate, and they ata.
Until they ate the turnip up!
•m no«r prepared to do any and all kinds ot
k in lay liiie, a*mI Kuarnutc* aatistsctioa both in
k and prices. hh.>p — - * * * ‘
A. T. I'utuAui's gruc-ry.
Monk street next door to
Where They Were Mhol.
II now appears, from authentic in
stances citcil in tbe local pn|>ora all
over America, that nine-tenths of tbe
soldiers wnnuded in tho war were
shot right straight tbrongh tbo liver;
that about thirty per cent, of this
number were shot clean through tbe
livor and back again; tbnt forty per
rent of the whole number were shot
exactly as the President won, only
with larger bullets; tlist they nil got
well and nre alive now. It seems that
it was not considered respectable for
any man in tbe army to get shot any
where except iu the liver—or neck.
Tbe officers g.norally preferred the
Tbo old metaphor which represents
Death, tbe grim reaper, witb n sickle
in bis hand, will have to be altered to
suit the times. Tbs old gentleman
should be represented with s derrin
ger in one hand and a ksrosino can
in the other, with a valise fail of Par
is groon by bis aide, tbs background
to consist of a couple of boiler explo
sions.— S. ton** l’od Diepatch.
A Brooklyn ynnng man calls bis
sweetheart "Silence,” because, when
bo wants to kiss ber, aim "gives con
Miss Nellie Rood is tbe uaiuo of a
young woman of Georgia wbo recent
ly accompanied her undo to Nag's
Head, North Carolina's delightful re
sort. Last Woduesdny nftcruoou sbo
accepted au iuvitation from uuoofbor
admirers to go sailing. Tho day was
pleasant, aud tbe yonng folks enjoyed
themselves, starting jnst before sun
down to return to tbo aboro. In go
ing abont, the boom struck tbe yonng
man a terrific blow on tbo bead and
burlod bim into tbo wator. Hiss
Iteed instantly soiled a boat-book,
aud by banging ovor tbe rail, exorcis
ing her utmost strength, aho was able
to drag bur companion's body on
board. Her efforts to restore tbe
young mau to consciousness were not
so successful, however, end it occurred
to ber thnt the best thing to do was
to sail witb uil apeml for tbo aboro.
Sbe Imd never bandied a boat, but
ahe bail watched sailors very closely,
and in a few minntes the craft was
scudding along at a lively speed. Most
persons would bsvo boon appalled at
such a task, especially as it graw dark
and tbe wiud freshened. A steady
run of three-quarters of an bonr
brought tbe boat to its landing, and
then the plneky Georgia mils deliv
ered ber wounded charge into the
bands of bis frieu Is. Tbo yonng
■nan lies recovered from tbe blow, end
the yonng women is tho admired of
tho Nsg's Head rompaii}.
The greet comfort of Giiiteau's life
in jail is bis autobiography, which Le
is preparing, and which, be believes,
will aatnnisb the world, an.l win that
name for him which ho baa been anx
ious to obtain, oven at the risk of bis
life. Tho work, as prepared, will con
stitute a very bnllty volume. It ia
saiil tbat a nmnlwr of publiahing
firms aro willing aud anxious to pub
lish, and that ono of (hem offered
Gnitcan $1,000, slid guaranteed him
$50,000 more, it be was given tbe
copyright. Of course tbe assss.iu's
vanity is iullatod at this offer, and be
begins to believe himself after all
tbat grant man bo bos slwnys fluttered
himself bo wss.
CARE OF THE EYES.
Tbe eye is one of the most delicate
organs of tbo body, and partial or to
tal blindness one of tbe things to be
deplored, and to be carefully guarded
Even strong eyes soon become
weakened, and often diseased, by be
ing careloasly treated.
When reading, writing or working,
tbo light should always fall over tho
loft sbonldcr, and tbe book or work
abonld nover bo held nearer to the
eyes than is necessary.
It is always important to sit np
straight Stooping is not only inja-
riuns to tbe eyes, bnt to tho Inngs and
Noror work in tbe twilight, or by n
Hooding or writing in a car or car-
riage is bnrtfnl to tbo eyes.
If yon work by gas-light, tbo jot
should bo shaded, and the light cloar
Do not road in bed, nor lying down,
nor in a swinging bnmmoek.
Sleep in a well ventilated room, and
lie in such a position that a bright
light will not striko yonr eyes wbon
yon waken. Batho yonr oyos freely
each night and morning with cold wa
tor, to which occasionally it is well to
add a little salt.
If yonr eyes are wenry or pninfal
from too close application, rest thorn
by closing them, or looking away from
yonr work, or bathe tbcm witb cold
water or witb extract of witch-hazel.
Any foreign snbstaueo in tbo eye
can usually be romovod by taking the
nppor eyelid between tbe thnmb and
Gnger, and drawing it down over tbo
lower lid, gently pressing it toward
Little children should be particular
ly careful not to distort Ihe eyes by
constant winking or witching of tbe
eyelids, or by tnrning tbom toward the
nose. Many children have Income
permanently cross-eyed, and others
serionsly injure tbeir eyesight by these
Children wbo nre near-sighted
should immediately be provided witb
glasses by n competent optician, and
by this means a rare is often effected
Nhecp HaUliic and rollon Planting.
A correspondent of tbe Nuuthern
Cultivator, biking n lesson from tbo
sharp school of experionco, says tbat
no |>coplo on oartb aver did or evor
will thrive without grass upon which
to graze llioir stock. Ho says there
is a plan of farming, perfectly practi
cable in tho south, tbat would solve
tbo labor question, enrich tbe Innd
and enrirb tbo farmer. Ho proposes
that all cotton farina lie divided inbi
four fields, ono to be sown in griiaa
Bermuda, Japan clover, white rlover,
orchard grass, blue grass, rod clover,
or any kind of grass tbat stock will
eat—tbs eocond field to bo sown in
|iens, tbe third in corn, anil the funrtli
in cotton. The next move is to pro
cure a nnraber of sheep—four hnu-
ilre.1 head for four hundred acres—
and graze I lieni on tbe grass nntil lbs
pens are ripe, then pat them on tbo
pens, and during tbo wiutcr food them
on I bo cotton seed grown on tbe place.
Tbe correspondent says this will make
the land rich enough to grow cotton
without mannre, and tbat if this ro
tation ia kept np, soon all tbe farm
will Ik- rich, and tbe profits off the
ibeep will pay family ezpenaes, or the
ilieep may lie sold as fat sheep after
January, and will pnv one hundred
l>er centum on tbo investment. He
dccinriK, furthermore, tbat slii-i-p-n.is-
ing ou tbo cotton plantations would,
ill tell years, enrich every acre of
laud and every farmer in tbe South.
This, it will lie observed, is Mr. Atkin
son's theory, aud it is undoubtedly
the correct one.
Up to Thursday of but week there
were 50,601 subscribera to the Cincin
nati CommerriaTt fund for Captain
Cook, tbo man wbo knocked down
the fellow wbo oxpreaacd a wish for
tbe President's death.
Tbe Chinese students at LaFayette
College nre ordered back to Chinn.—
They are charged with abandoning
tbeir national |silitical views and re
ligion, and liecoining Americanized.
A few years ago a student was ordered
boraa for similar reasons, and soon af
ter his arrival there was lielieaded.—
This is not a very comforting thought
to tbe one hundred and twenty wbo
leavu New York tbu week.
A BOLD BAD BOY.
Sheridnn Mack, Omaha Item.
1’orlmps tbo following is not founded
on fact. Wo have endeavored to mako
it so, anil will at tbo ontsot disclaim
any iutention to deceivo tbe public.
An Omaha yontb professod groat
affection for a yonng lady scboolmato
of bis and frequently alluded to her
his individual “hnokloberry." A
coolness, however, sprang up between
tbom, and bis anxious molher, soeing
tbe fresh color of yontb fading daily
away from bis wasted cheeks, sought
and obtained an interview with tbe
yonng AdoniR, in which onsnod tbo
Now, Erastns, I wonld like to in
quire tbo reason of yonr apparent
Woll, yon soe, Matilda's wonkenad
on mo." .
Weakened I Wbat do yon moau V"
She's shook me.”
Shook you! How coald sbo shake
a groat boy like yon ?"
n Why, don't you twig the tiling?
Sbo's give me away." .
Give you away—to wbo ?”
Yes, sbo went* back on mo nnd
tumbled to a long ebap witb a red
" My son, your languago is utterly
inexplicable to mo. Cannot yon givo
mo a more clear account of the disa
greeable subject ?"
" Woll, I’ll try. Yon soe Matilda
is n nobby sort of a dnlcinia, aud, as
most of the chaps were rather sweet
on ber, I kinder tbougli it wonld bo a
■oft thing to go for her on my own
account, anil got ber to snnek somo
of those low down snidos wbo nre nl-
ways on tho bilk nnd never do tbo
square thing anyway. Well, Matilda
waltzed right iuto tbo gamo nnd wo
jnst slid right along for a spell till
Boliver Mason struck tbo town, nnd
then she soured on mo. Yon romom
ber when old Cnnliflowcr turned np
bis toes and they planted bim ? Well,
over siuco tbon Matilda has tbrowod
on mo, so I've concluded to braco np
and strike for a now deal. Tbo fact
is, wbon you get to bed-rock in a girl’s
affections, it aiu't no uao prospecting
any further. I jumped tbo gamo and
now call for a now lead. Monoy talks,
and n Allow might as woll pull down
his vest nnd button up his lip. Sumo
other time I'll ruut a ball nnd tell
yon all about it. Tbo jig is up, and I
ain’t tlio follow to squoal ou bur. Ma
tilda is ns gay as n poach, and I ain’t
a going to got at nil s|H>ouoy. If you
talk it ovor witb Susie, don’t sling in
loo much chin music, but givo- us a
rest; mutters will come out nil hnn-
Tho good woman wilted.
ropjrrlffhlnd Ad Tire.
The good thing* of life are not to
bo had Kingly, but come* to as with a
mixture; like a «cbool-boy'* holiday,
witb a Uak affixed to tbo tail o' it
nttaflrld (Mm*.) Jonrntl.
The Jtmrnal oflors tho following ad
vice to its romlorH freo of clinrgo:
In cane of lire, the tintt thing to do
in to put it out; next, to got your in-
I ease of leaking water pipes—atop
np the hole.
Iu cttHu of Htonmch-iichn—Ntnnd it
long ns you cau and thou “hollor.”
Iu catto of choking—run a crow-bar
down your throat; if that don’t cloar
tho way, iimo your arm.
Iu chko of n “bile”—lot tho lire go
In CUDO of hloOpIcKHIIOKH—go to
In em*o of nightmare—try a horse.
In case of toothacho—pull it out.
In ciurn of coruM—try a woodon leg.
In cmoo of too much m moy—start a
If money proves tist abundant—en
If that won’t do—try asupplutuent
Iii case of nose bleed— lot it rnn.
If you get into a scrapo—got oat.
If yon aro cold—get near u tiro.
If yon want money—earn it.
If yiwt want to sleep |>eacofnlly—
pay your subscription bill.
If you want to Im smart—rub off
If you want to l>o happy—continue
If you want a family—get marriod.
If you want to get rich—start a
newspaper. If that won’t work, es
tablish another apothecary store on
Ed Cox, who is now serving out a
life sentence iu the peuitentiory for
the murder of Boh Alston, has to food
curry aud harness sixty males orory
day at tho Dado coal mines.
The New American (Jem and Its Value
-A Brilliant Slone.
Albany Evening JouraaL
There are on exhibition at a store
on North Pearl street several speci
mens of tho new gem recently discov
ered in North Carolina. This stone
was first found a year ago, and is al
ready accepted as a gem of tbe finest
rank. In 1879 Mr. William Earl Hid
den, wbo was traveling in tbs south
looking for platinum for Edison, dis
covered emerald crystals in Alexander
county, North Carolina. Obtaining a
ieaso of tbo property, bo formed a
company in Now York, of which Mr.
Roberts of this city is a member, and
operations were commenced in July,
1886. After working for a month
with bnt little success, a fissure rein
was struck containing crystals resem
bling omoralds, but differing from
them in color and brilliancy and oth
Dr. J. L. Smith examined speci
mens sont to him, and pronounced
tbom an omorald green variety of
apondumene, one unknown to scien
tists. At bis suggestion it was called
Hiddenite, in honor of its discoverer.
Tho vein in which these crystals have
boon found is one of very limited ox-
tent, being abont two to two and a
half inches in width nnd two feet long.
Abont six or eight ounces have boon
taken out so far, tbe largost woighing
five aud five-eigths karats. In oolor
Hiddenite ranges from a very light to
a deop omcrald green. Tbe prismat
ic clearago is porfeot, yielding sur
faces of tbe highest luster, while its
hardness exceeds that of the omorald.
It is a more brilliant gem than tho
Tbe cut stones set bare sold for
$100 a karat, and are eagerly sought
for by tbe dealers. Oue gem weigh
ing two and ono-balf karats bas been
purchased by tbe British inusoum.—
Mr. Hidden’s discoreries in North
Carolina bavo so far resulted in tbe
first find of omoralds in tbe coantry,
tho first mining of goms in sita any
where, nnd tbo discovory of tbo only
purely American gom.
Wanted Enough OlOHU.
‘Wbat kind of a bonso do yon
want?" askod tbo arobitocL “Ob,”
repliod tbo cltizon, wearily, " I don't
want a bouso at all. I just want you
to build mo throe tiora of olosots, liko
jail colls; ono bnndrod and thirty
e'osota in a tier, and pnt a roof ovor
tbo top tier. I want to pnt np a
bouso that will contain oaougb closets
to satisfy my wifo.” Bat tbo archi
tect, wbo was a man of broad oxperi-
nnen, told him be would bare to put
a thousand closets in a tier and mako
tbe edifice six stories bigb, and then
bis wife would say, wbou it was com
pleted, that there wasn't s closot in
tbo bouso big ooough for s oat to
turn around in.
cheaper llian'Fhr.Ulnn.* Bill..
"A Thing of Beanty isa Joy Forever."
Wlint Is it ? Something prepared for
woman only, and used by tbom exclu
sively. It ia adapted ospoeially to eases
where tho womb is disordered, end will
onro all irregularities of tho ‘'mouses"or
"monthly ennrsea” by restoring tbo dis
charge, whether aento or ebronio, in ov-
Uradfield's Female Regulator, “Wo-
inan'a Beat Friend,” ia prepared by Dr.
J. Brndfiehl. Atlanta. (K, pries $1.50
|ier Imtilo. Sold by all druggists. SOW
Ati.axta, Oa.. Nov. 7, 1879.
l)n. 0. J. Morrxrt—Door Sit— loan-
not too strongly reoommend yonr Teeth-
inn (Teething Fowden) to mothers as
one of tho bed medicines they am obtain
for their debililutat and siel'ly infants. I
have naed it with very satisfactory re
sults the past anmmer with my own cbiuL
and while wo have heretofore lost achild
or two from teething nnder other reme
dies, our present child tbat baa taken
Tcethinn ia a fine, bealthv boy. Ito
merit ia certain to mako it s standard
family medicine for this country fur-tho
irritations of teothing aud bowel diaor-
d.-ra of children of all ages. I am, very
respectfully, M. P. llnowa, M. D.
(Brother Senator Joaepb E. Brown.)
Union, Stewart Un. Gx
I tried Nenrotio with good effeetJor
nervousness, wakefulness and dyspepsia,
and cordially recommend it to aU wbo
.offer from thoso troubles.
Yours respectfully, L. F. Hohuzb.
( ramp Headache.
Jackson Go.. Oa.* Jon. 15,1880.
Mr wifo bas suffered greatly for years
with cramp in tho lower limbx widen
latterly had extended opthe body- Bho
need a little of yoar If«roU^ lrtdsll
gave her speedy rdisf. .and sho baa not
fill any return ot Urn porn tines. It has
given equal satisfaction when aa*d far
headache. Wo think it tho grmteat rem
edy for pain in tbs wp*td.__
Yoqis truly, W. 9- WjjriBSU),