OR anything kept in A
FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE,
AT.TAin PRICES* CO TO
B. J. SMITH, Druggist,
■ ; Brad -Watson & Co's
Lcadipg. pty. Store.
I New Spring and Sdxbmt Goods.
r ^«riT~ii'Ji! i*!M
WAYCROSS, GEORGIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1892.
OFFICERS OF WARE COUNT V.
W M. Wil»*i—<l<rk
». f. RiUer—St*<-riir»n.l J«U..r
J. i. WUkirnon—T«« Reftivei
cm OFFICERS, WAVCROSS, OA.
Arthur M. K..l«ht, Mayor. A1
W A XrXid, W. \\ . Sharp. J. II
J Q. Justice, H. II. Morphy.
W. D. Hamilton. Clerk of City < fl
\V. F. Parker. City AMcv*oraml '
Warren Jeolt, City Trw*“rrr.
J th. Mir rat, Qtf Attorney.
John P. Caaoo. City Mawhal
W. M HommilW. Ottv Engineer.
The Wayero* Herald, Official »*
JL&"Tv’ J.cSSaCl. Johpun. 8.
WSSEfc. II. P. Brew*.*. J."iJj'mcmili
•tSJWf.mtal lligh Heiue.1 l.uU.liiil!
•4JMTARV A WATKRWORKt* fOX'B,
W \V A 0. Hun.ll'
II W H.-S
II, K* off.,Clerk.
A cream of tarter leaking powder.
Highest of all in leavening Htrenglh. -
1/Ue*t l\ S. (,'orrrinnnit Fontl Hr/iort.
IfoT.U. lt\Kia<; powhkHC.i.. IWWstll St N.Y.
uieetn 2*1 and 4lh WednedayH at
A 1- Kiwlhl.. \V M W M *.
ULA« KHIIKAH t HAKfEH MO. «. »*• A. j
Meat* at Mn*onl« Hall, Plant Awnue, 1-t ,
Friday ui each mcmtli at 7:»» P- ni. :
Comp. XV. W. Sharp**, II I 1»* r.x. ««>»'!•
W. M. Somerville. Secretary.
W AKKKIK1.U UIDUK M». H. «• uf j
Meets every Monday night at 7;>»«•'« l«a-k
Fred Pickett, C.C.; Lowthcr. K. U. an.l >• ;
BMOTIIKHIIOOO MWOMOTW’K KM- ,
FROM THE LOVELY SHORES OP
The Place Where They Keep Balmy
Breezes “on Draught,” Sunshine by
the Yard, Good Cheer Lying Around
Loose anil Fish, Flowers and Fruit
Thrown In for Good Measure.
Editor Hr fit hi ;
We think your readers have once be^
fore heard of St, Petersburg, the metro}**
oils of t!ie' l ‘L.frtfc* "Peninsula” that di
vides the waters of the Gulf from those
of Tampa Bav.
Two mile, from thl» plucu und u h . lf Uf. u»r «h, mental
i»t hail. It's-t
Drill nights I'm-.la;
Rates One Dollar Per Day.
MRS. M. A. CAMPBELL, Prop.
VV A VC*«<MW IAHHJK I. ». «>. I
.Meets every Monday evening «»t 7:71** «>
J A. Joins. N. U.; D. Williams, Seen*.
AMONG THE CHFKCHES.
isk the p i
fortulK-.* u *°“ r ‘ ,U fi!) > S |S5m
J OHNSON’S RESTAURANT
Wlldains Stivet. lh '
Services on ever:
first, at II o'clock
Prayer meeting Tl
o'clock. Sabbath v
Sunday. Tire Kmi
Wed i its
’endlctoii and M
J. It. Hi. knell. I!
a 11 "■ m. ami 7:0.1
AhiHil ‘J a. m.
»\*rn«r Pendleton and Mary Mm
Preaching every Snbbatfi Hu
p. m. Sunday School every Sabi
Prayer Meeting every Thurs*lay
IN YOUMANS’ BLOCK
| One Minute Walk from Union
J. W. Strickland, ■>«.
mile hack from Point Pinellasa, Spanish
word, tm-uning |*oint of pines—on the
shore** of » pretty lake, is a picturesque
little church, built by the English for u
small settlement of their countrymen
mtar by. In front of the church sloping
to the waters of the lake, are grand old
oaks; in the rear stands a spectre-like
guerden of spruce pines that stretch
llieir many arms draped with hang
ing nuns, Hwayiug in the gentle sea-
breeze* that find their way through the
thicker foliage near the water. They
like ghosts of the world beyond,
beckoning us to enter the temple,
alw.ve which they tower, an.l hear of
Last night ii
Johnson Block, Tl:
open wtyk days 8
<A V A SN AII AI >\ KUTlSEM ENTS.
Sunday* 4 t:> p.
EDWARD LOVELL'S SONS,
Tt»r Only One I
There Is n 3-inch di-play ndvertisoiu.
this paper, this week, which has iu
words alike except **ne wool. Tlio mi
trueofcWi h new one upncarinv ca* h '
from the Dr Harter MwlUim- Co.
honsc places a ••Cn-s.vnt" on every
they make and imblish. l.*s»k for it, v*i
them the name of the wonl, and they w i
return you Book, Beautiful Lithograph* i
Samples Free. jan'JS-ly
Hardware. Tinware, Plows,
: Turjamtine Manufaetmers' Supplies,
liar. Band an.l Flo,*}. IRON.
Wheels, Axles and Wagon
I Guns, Pistols and Ammunition. d!9-ly
. u* function*,
with the many ills of womankind
ily^RWey * j DEALERS IN
n*i thm* i-ombats i Phints. Oils. Doors. Sash and Blinds,
Terra Cotta and Sewer Pipes,
%• dru»i»t ha* not p.t it I
i BUILDERS HARDWARE,
luphlet. with ditectk
•in many ladies who have used it j
t *ay enough in fav*.r of KL-ley's 1
WUI You Da It t
t Averill Paint, and paint but oiwe.
In a lotQt period, or use somctliiiu: "said ’ to
aa pood, and ivpaint every year or two ?
Avi rill Point is the best. It is the haieUmi
«*t; on other has so brilliant a gloss. If is
chauper than any otliet at any price, U--
vauaa it outwear* all others. It lasted »•
y«ara on the bouaca of K. H. Forbes. Win
«h«*ter, N. Y12 rearvon bouses of \V. F
Keynoids, Croton l ake, N. Y . 14 year* on
bouacaor Mrs W. E i.'Oie, Mi Vernon, X.
* • AvartU Paint has lieen in use 25 years
and D guaranteed. If you ate urged t<> buv
oUttxjMdnu demand proof the-- ' * ‘
Itf. Thaqr * •
n-1. Hair an.l Cement.
Corner (V>ngrr6 and Whitaker .<t*..
Savannah, : : Georgia.
Sole A cent* for A*lamant Plaster. l>est
prenarati*>n in the worl.l f.»r plastering
waft* and ivilitijn. Write f..r eitvufnnt.
H. N. FISH’S
i*eautiful and im-
iok }*lace in this
church, the Right Rev. Bishop Weed
being present, on his annual visit to ad
minister the rite of confirmation and
look after the interests of the little flock.
Miss Mary Singlehurst, Miss Susie Rob
erts, a last years pupil of the Waycross
High School; Mr. Frank Singlehurst, of
St. Petersburg and Master Harry Stan
ton, of I«akevieu, weie confirmed, after a
abort hut eloquent sermon from the
Bishop and a prayerful exhortation to
the newly confirmed to be earnest and
diligent in their faith and good works.
He pictured in stirring, eloquent words,
the capture of Babylon, the feast of Bel
shazzar ami the handwritingou the wall,
the translation of the mysterious writing,
a warning to Belshazzar that In; would
l*e slain mid his kingdom divided among
the Medes and Persians, not because he
had displeased the Lord by being a
wicked man, but because he had been
found wanting, because of what he had
The Bishop finds many Belshazzars
in the world to-day.
The pastor of the church, Rev. Noyle,
returns soon to his mother country, Eng
land, much to the regret of his congre
gation. The Bishop has intimated that
St. Petersburg, with her rapid growth,
has need of a resident minister, and his
people ardently hope that his wish will
soon he realized, as they already hav»
church building which would suffice f*>r
Chicago and Knoxville, Team, a:
presented here among our wint.
i, their proverbial spirit of aggran
dizement sending them in search of new
orld's to conquer, more trophies to
bear to their curio-loving people. Our
beautiful, magnetic sunshine loosens the
relentless clutch of grippe, the warm
lovely hay disperses
rheumatics of limb and body. They go
lack to their frozen climes exhilarated,
magnetized, their trunks and boxes
filled with beautiful shells that abound
here and on the Keys, a few hours sail
down the bay, their senses delighted
ith the lienuty of our magnificent flora
and foliage and laud and water scapes,
their restless spirits soothed with the
warm sea breezes.
A whole avenue uf handsome houses
has been erected during the past two
mouths for winter homes for these
people and many more are building. But
there is a recommendation for our little
growing city that few places
South can give; it i- even a finer summer
resort than winter, if that were (KMsible.
At that time we are rarely without a
cool breeze from either the gulf on the
the eai*», the penin-
Tha question w not "What i« the tint
T but "How lone will it U»t ?' ’ |k-*u
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nomui* NatLmal E.'on.*t»f-t
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“Same* mtm DmFrwkL
win utm;n i— 0mm■ ■ ■» Qat«r
Poets being bora, not made, no un
toward circuhiatncal, out prevent their
genius from finding,«xpra*ion. Want
of etlucation puts no eeal on the lips of
the poet, whose hcaatilul fancies shape
themselves into soag while the hand is
the plow and thw’ feci in the Barrow.
Burn*, if he marked the course of his
plow-point with the farmer’* eye, saw
also with a poet’s heart and soul the
modest crimson-tipped flowi
it rv unjum uuusuH-uyjiw uun “
and iiniaortalired it In a poem not only election. He reached the presidency
of rare sweetneas, Hut of life’* pathoa and
Neither the statesman’s anxious cares,
and physical turmoil* of an editor
sufficient to daunt the soul of the poet,
when Nature has put her seal of genius
And thus our beautiful human song
sters come to us often from the waste-
places of the cartb, their songs ail the
truer for the knowledge of the woe that
lies at the bottom of human life, and
sweeter for the sympathy learned through
We have a Georgia poet, not yet in
the tueredian'of life, who a few years
ago was the ohscure^editor of a little
weekly paper published in Bmithville,
Ga., a town of '400 inhabitants. With
the publication of Sung* of a Dag, Frank
L. Stanton takes his rank, no longer as
a writer of poems, but as a poet.
Among the poems that first gained
him recognition outside of our own Htate
are the verses with the sad refrain “Weary
the Waiting, Weary/’
WKXMY TH* WAtTllttf.
There’s an end to all toiling soma day—sweet
(But it's weary the waiting, weary 0-
Thcre’s a harbor somewhere in a peaceful
Where the sails will be furled and tlie ship
. -hor—somewhere in the far-away—
(But it's weary the waiting; weary f)
There’s an end to the troubles of souls op-
(But it’s weary the waiting, weary!)
Some time in the Arturo when (Jod thi
lie’ll Uy ns tenderly down to rest,
(But it's weary the waiting, weary I)
There’s an end to the world w ith Its stoi
t it’s weary the vraitiua, weary I)
’s a light somewhere that no dark
d burdens are All laid
OF PERSONS PLACES AND THINGS,
Mixed With Judgment, We Hope, Spiced
With Variety and Seasoned With
President Diaz lias already served
three terms as chief executive of the Re
public of Mexico, and is likely to l*e
chosen to succeed himself in the edming
through a revolutionary movement very
similar to tlrnt of the ill-starred Garza,
except in that it was successful. By his
exhibition of good statesmanship, his
know ledge of political science and hi*
keen perception of business principles
applied to the commercial advancement
of Mexico,-_he'made himself so necessary
to his country as to cause the annul
ment, during the term of office of his
successor, Manuel Gonzales, of the one
term statute, and he non bids fair to
serve his country for lite.
The greut Mexican railways have been
built under his administration.- He is a
progressive man, therefore is opposed by
the church power, which lias been cru
elly oppressive and exacting in Mexico,
and he is popular with the masses of the
people whom he is liberating,by the lib
erality of his administration, from many
kinds of tyranny.
i due to his
(But itV weary the waiting, weary-fl
There are »o many pleasing ones,
“Way worn,” Thy face,” Her beauti
ful hands,” “When Jim was dead,”
and a recent one, not yet incorporated
in the l>ook collection, that reminds us
of Alice Cary’s most exquiaiu heart-
touches. Wc give it to our readers:
Only a little dust—
So small that • rose might hide it;
in God—or l try to treat,
* bwide It.
When i kneel in dork
the dark and say:
1 only dream that I weep;
She would not leave me and go away—
ihe has only fallen asleep.
west or the bay
etila being here only four miles wide.
We have neither musquitoes nor flies
summer. We have abundance of the
finest of fish and plentiful fruits.
For nearly a half mile out
bay is a shallow stretch of water that is
'aueft asleep, as oft
She climbed to my heart to rest,
Her white arms twining my neck, as i
down on a dove’s sweet breast
And kLs*ed her there *
That lead to the morning light.
.And that she will wake I km
I wake I know,
And smite at A grief like this;
It could not be she would leave
fostering care that much American cap
ital has been invested in Mexico, where
it is said to be quite as safe to the in
vestor as in bis own country. l>iaz
maintains u distinctly friendly attitude
towards Americans, and wo are certainly
bound to hope for his success .it Ihe
Mr. Keiman’s recent lectures in At
lanta, and elsewhere, on the subject of
his life-work, the investigation into, and
exposure of, the Russian system of penal
servitude and other Russian barbarities,
excited the intensest interest of an indig
nant; kind. But it is a feature of the
age that the two sides of a question are
sure to lie heard, and Mr. Harry de
Windt, Russian traveller and investiga
tor, gives quite a rosy view of that great
dark land we have been calling the blot
on our ninteenth century civilization.
Possibly Mr. Kennan’it book, published
aonte years ago, has Wen the happy it
struinent in bringing al*out the bctt<
etate of things Mr. Windt finds and re
A Tale or tbe Period.
“You do lova nte, then V*
‘ Yea, with all my soul.”
“Am I the only woraau y
swear it 7
“Yet, I swear it!”
“Will you never love another?”
“No, never—never !”
“Did you never kiss any lips but
Do yon swear it ?”
I swear it,”
You never had your arms about
other woman, thus ?”
Attorney at Law.
MAYCR088, «... GEORGIA.
told another that you loved
her, and looked into her luring eyei, and
allowed her head t
eight, ami never knew what it is to love
ami be loved ?”
“Yes, I swear it, Angela."
She looks at him a long time in silent
astonishment, and then;
“Charlie,” she says, “you’re either the
greatest liar or the greatest chuiup in
New York. Where have you been all
these years ? Life must have been a
dreary waste. There! go»*d night.
’re too good for me—too good for
earth, in fact; Heaven is your home.
Suppose we break the engagement. I’m
running a kindergarten.’’ - The t >1*1
ie Columbus Enquirer-Sun gives
interesting information uliout the
great Okefcnokee swamp, that is almost
Attorney and Counselor at
tV A\ CROSS, . 1IE0R01A
Omciupstah^h, WtbMi Bio,*.
JQ A. WILSON, “
Attorney at Law,
WAYCROSS, . . OEOKUIA.
J~ • I- THOMAS,
Attorney at Law,
WARMS noRo. . GEORGIA
J} C. CANNON, " -
Attorney at Law,
WAYCROSS, . . OKOROIA.
Om<-i up stair, ip Wilson BliK,.
Will practice In the Rrutuwiol:Circuitutd
sett here by spe, ial contract.
Nov 15- SW-ly.
J. X-m. OR.AXA7T.my
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Under the terms of the legislative act
>f sale, the syndicate is required to re-
elaiin the Okefenokee territory, uml that
work is now progressing rapidly. Three
They have all kinds of inventiv
cranks out West—it is a big country in
which a man’s vagaries have abundance
of room to expand. One James Watson,
of Kansas, has been writing our Secreta
ry of War to get permission to put be
fore him an invention he claims will put
an end to war. It is not a patented
peace offering, by any means, but a
bomb filled with gas so deadly that
when dropped from a balloon into the
enemy’s ranks will produce instant and
general asphyxiation. Our secretary of
war cannot l>e blamed for preferring this
bomb inventor to remain on his Kansas
prairies. His theory is that war, by the
use of his invention, would be made so
terrible os to cause nations to abandon
it for arbitration of their difficulties.
or four huudred hands are now constant
ly employed, and the great coital, which
is to drain the swamp into the St. Ma
ry’s, au*l afterwards to be used to Hoat
out the millions of cypress timber is al
most completed, a work representing au
outlay of $100,000. The entire cost of
can-ving out the plans of the syndicate
is estimated at $250,000. An immense
profit is anticipated iu marketing the
forests of cypress and long leaf Georgia
pine. The swamp, said the Captain, is
literally the paradise of sportsmen. The
waters are alive with fish, and especially
black bass, running to sixteen and twen
ty }*ounders, which the Okefenokee na
tives take in great quantities with the
ordinary bow and arrow. The place
abounds with ducks, mallard and teal,
and this sport »h splendid. The deer is
« common game, and bear is plentiful.
There have beeu found also four or five
Indian mounds, as yet in tact, and it is
expected the contents will be found of
great interest, and perhaps of value In
relation to the early history of the In
dian in Georgia. Captain Jackson takes
a trip to the swamp every month or two,
generally carrying a party of friends for
the sport. He expecta to go there from
here, where he will be joined by Mrs.
Jackson, Miss Jackson and a number of
friends from Savannah, for a few day'
outing in the swamp.
With never a goodnight kiss!
:o 1 kneel in the dark and say:
1 only dream tlut I weep;
She would not leave n
While many of his poems have a ca
dence of sadness through them, he strike*
a happy, cheery vein in his “Songs of
the Soil,” which are after the style,
somewhat, of James Whitcomb Rily and
Will Oarleton, in their dialect verses.
“On tho beach at . Cumberland,” “The
ole pine box,” and “Summer-time in
Georgia,” are among these popular pro
ductions of his pen. Aa a lair exposi
tion of this style of his work, we close
with “The Lightning Age.”
The Dakota divorce law should be re
pealed. It is becoming a national scan
dal, and Dakota a Mecca for those who
find a matrimonial harness chafing them.
Marriage the same day the parties are
divorced, to parties better loved, are lie-
coming quite common.
tux Lijaraiao a sc.
What's the world »-cornin' to, a frlWr’d like
When they’re uuldu’ ice' to order an’ man
u&cturin’ snow t
An’ now. as if to vex ns, another thing w
They're matin’ rain-In Texas without
word o’ prayer; .,
h« rittesgthsr’rejPteeoot o k «fcLt, it ’pears
For %Sn they bare • cloudy night they
l the stars by steam I
- Vs th#
And here’s th* Ughtnlo’. with a song, pto-
the delight of women and children, for j *„• ct^tbestreetcaie skfmain’ ’long with,
there they can, with perfect safety, bathe, ■ - out a mol* or b«w!
row, learn to swim and gather shells to | jj,- that ringU.’ telephone. whUh
their heart’s content. The railroad pier j
is nearly a mile long, running out to j
£2 "»*. '“Hf* »»*■« An’ hSvTtt* WWd
bath house, a dancing paviihon, area-! mates your menu...
taurant, where vou can cat ovatea and An’, like a woman. wWi) warn talk, fcetgu
*• ■ - ' nuDitt. 1 , out of the water, ‘ Ikin’
sol ires m cna
**▼*!». _ ,
tub but s
fish packing house, landings for steam- ! Lord ^how the wprid^nmvtg* cp, beneath
1W n « fim- It.it,!; r«uu,.„i «a . i 1
» ihk I-IUUIAU. 1IM !* ; JAAIM 1
number of elegant houses with fine, airy ^ Bat when X
rooms to l«-t, furnished. In there,' with ; _ be In 1
like fitosy in
Unvn l.rtintl tL, air anti nalM niJifr-jiv : . y ** on,
in* (till thry eitais. .omfoiubly on . ; ... .~T~
Gnthaai tractor, an-1 orauiw. Do« ’ Wc ’’ *W*. which ^
raham crackers and orange?. Doe
’ not safest that possibly we hast
her; Ik k«n MOS*>* *r*n of
IdnnrtaR'te doubl, the mooSy.
M. P. Temcal A Cb., Chrem Bfai,
Mrs. Briskie: “Johnny, did the doc
tor call while I was out ?” Little John
ny, (stopping his play): “Yes. He
felt my pulse, an’ looked at my tongue,
and shook his head, and said it was a
serious case, and he left this perscription
and said he would call again before
night.” Mrs. Briskic: “Gracious
It wasu’t you 1 sent hint to see. It
The two newest missionary enterprises
Chicago are the work for the evangel
ization of the police, in care of Miss
Catherine Gurney, of England, and the
coffee wagon, a temperance saloon on
wheels which goes from place to place
where working men are congregate*! at
the noon hour, dispensing its cheering
and unintoxicating beverage. The coffee
is given free, which makes us fear the
movement is founded in a rather danger
ous sentiment which may not last long.
But we welcome its benefits, whether
long or short-lived.
We must strive to develop the health
and well-being of every individual.
Ever}* questiou ultimately becomes a
moral question, and will finally have
be settled upon an ethical basis. It will
have to be settled by thought, for
thought rules the world. Improvement
is possible, but no sudden transforma
tion, involving change in the constitu
tion of man, is possible.—B. F. Under
" Carnegie says that he who dim pos
sessed of millions of available wealth,
which was free to him to administer du
ring his lifetime, dies disgraced. Surplus
wealth, he says, is a trust which a
is bound to administer for the good of
the people from whom that wealth c
xdw. a. uxme*.
Stvox W HtTCM »w. e.«!
HITCH & MYERS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
*'P SUir, Wilson’, Block.
J *•• SWEAT, ~ ’
Attorney at Law.
. - - 0K0RU1A.
1,1 Brans wick and South-
<ff §3«22ft5SS •"*
t the Wilson Building.
WALLACE MATHEWS, 1. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
\VA YCKUSS, : : : : GKORG1A.
DR.1E. W. SMITH.
Office at B. J. SMITH'S DRUG STORK.
Residence Hicks .Street.
WAYCROSS, - GEORGIA.
J^R. .4. P. ENGLISH,
Physician and Surgeon,
WAYCROSS - GEORGIA.
iP All calls promptly attended. *^t
JJK. I>. E. .MrMASTER, “ ’
Physician and Surgeon,
WAYCROSS, - - . GEORGIA.
* All cells promptly attended to.
Yocm ans’ Jewelry store. Office hour* from
y to 10x. Can be found at my residence,
corner Pendleton street and Brunswick av
enue, when not professionally engaged.
Jnly 4, 1WH—ly. * C ^ KB ’
DR. RICHARD B. NEW.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office at Miss Remshart'e,
WAYCROSS, : GEORGIA.
JJH. «. P. FOLKS, '
Orricx and Residence on Gulf Street.
DR. T. A. BAILEY,
Office over Bank, On Plant Avenue,
WAYCROSS, : GEORGIA.
WAYCROSS. r - - GEORGIA.
Ornca over South Georgia Bank.
WAYCROSS, - - - GEORGIA
Orricx up stairs in the Folka Block.
,R. JAS. C. RIPPARD,
Physician and Surgeon,
(late of Pennsylvania.)
Special attention given to Genito Urina-
ry Surgery. Can alt
B. Goodrich’s Drag store.
Can always be fimnd at Dr. E.
Fire, Life and Accident In
WAYCROSS. - - - GEORGIA.
■Nothing hut first-class companies repre-
Time Tried and Fire Tested
Husband, impatiently to wile: “I
told you I only wanted half a cup of tea
and, aa usual, you’ve filled it to the top.
Don’t you know what halt full is?”
Mother-in-law, grimly: “She ought to
by this time. • ;—
The oldest folks’ dance on record came
| “If you are tbe girl I take you for,”
began young Mr. Dinwiddle, in the
i course of a conversation with Miss
"But bow do you take me ?” interrup-
; ted the girl, with a leap year look in her
eyes. “How do you take me—for better
The Poisonous Arid*
off recently near $appington, Mo. The J j u ih e blood, should ba taken up and
dance was led by Mr. and Mrs. Parke, removed by the Liver and Kidneys, but
aged, respectively, seventy-nine sn«l sev- j these organs get out of order—fall to do
enty-eighl years, and the youngest dancer ! ih e i r trorfc, a nd the result is Rheuma-
in tbe ret was Mm Mary Parke, a merry j ti si„. There are a thousand remedies
young maid of fifty. The music was i fv, r the Liver and Kidneys, but there is
furnished by Prof. Erick \V ells, aged j on ]y one cure for Rheumatism, and that
seventy-five, wb<s« fiddle was made by |Dr. Drummond’s Lightning Remedy,
hts great-grandfather, and the tunes ( A large bottle may be had at the drug-
played were older than the fiddle. j gists, or will be seat by express to any
r * — address on receipt of $5. That is the
price of a cure, and any one who is hav-
All 1 ask on butter and cheese is a
trial. These goods I sell on their own
merits, aa thev speak for thamsalres.
W. a Tate-. *
ing an argument with tbe Rheumatism,
vul feel folly repaid by the first dose.
Drummond Medicine Ca, 4ft-50 Maiden
Lane, New York. Agents wanted. 18-2i
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