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PIOKENS 0. H., S. C.:
Thursday. Sept. 21,1876.
National Democratic Ticket.
XRON. SAMUEL J. TILDEN,
OF NEW. YORK.
FOR VICE-PR ESIDENT :
lION. T. A. lIENDBRICKS,
FOR GOVERNOR :
GEN. WADE IIAMPTON.
FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOI\:
WILLIA M D. SIMPSON.
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE:
R. M. SIMMS.
FOR ADJUTANT AND INsPECTOR GENERAL :
E. W. MOISE.
FOR ATTORNEY GENrERAL:
J A MES C ON NE R.
FR STATE TREASURER:
S. L. LEAPHIART.
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATIONI:
II. S. T HOMPSON.
FOR CoMPTROLLEl OFENERaAL:
WON CONGRESS 81D CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT:.
D. WYATT AIKEN.
FOR SOLICITOR 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT:
J. 8. COTHIRAN.
For Leglslature-D. F. Bradley and'E. HI.
For Clerk of Court-John J. Lewis.
For Probate Judge-W. 0. Field.
For Sheriff-Joab Mauldin.
For School Commissioner --.
For Coroner.-B. B3. Earle.
For County Commisioners-John T. Lewis,
'B. J. Johnson, T. P. Looper.
Three Cheers for Judge Cooke.
Judge Cooke. at A bbevilie on last taturday,
msade a straight-out speech for Hampton and
- / the entire Democratic ticket. We are glad to
welcome the Judge into the Democratic fold,
and trust h~e may live long and prosper.
James M. Smith, State Senator from Barn
well county, and heretofore a strong Repub.
lican, has renounced his allegiance to that
party, and declares himself forever hereafter
Yellow Fever in Savannah.
The yellow fever epidemic in Savannah has
increased intensely for the last few days, and
the city is terribly scourged. As many ne
- twentysi interments in one day has been
mnade from the dessase. There is great suf.
feting in the city, and a releatf fund is being
Tasised in Charleston, Augusta, Atlanta and
rarious other cities, and f'orwardedc to the
Good news reachos us from Indiana.
Tb. Democracy is euro of 16,000 ma
jority in the October eetion.
There is much dissatisfaction in the
.Republican ranks with the tickot., in
-view of the sharp drawing of the color
line and the continuance in office of
. the old backs.
- The Gaipaign.
Hampton and the other Uomnes on the
State tickbt, ere hovIng In vatA' woerever
they go, In Greenville, the rgeet gathering
of people ever knlin in te up, counry,
greeted them. In flpartanbArg, six or seien
thouLand persons *Ore presiat at the meet.
ing, amongst them several ilundred colored
voters, who enthuslostleally endorsed thW
cause of R3form, and hopqsrule., A like en
ber greeted them at Union, wher4 there were
unbounded enthusiasm and great confidence
in succeas. The moot grattfying, estuiep'
all these meetings is, the.. trge nItibr oflf,
ored men who join in the procession, and
boldly declare themselves Democrats. bnc
half the colored people in, the State would
vote the Democratic ticket were it not fol
intimidation from their own race. But many
of them are doming out boldly and defianity
for Democracy, and once the ice is fairly
broken, and they learn that the *hites will
protect them, in the full enjoyment of their
polit'cal rights, even with life itself as was
the case In Charleston, thousands of them
will fall into line, and on:the 'th day of Noe
vember next, Radicalism will receive such an
overwhelming defeat that it will never dare
raise its head again in South Carolina. Let
the good work, so auspiciously begun, be
pushed vigorously forward, and let every
man, who has the interest of his State at
heart, do his whole duty and make the victory
complete and lasting.
The New York Governorship.
Some time since the New York Democracy
met in Convention, and nominated Horatio
Seymour for Governor, but he declined to
accept, on the ground of bad health. This
necessitated the re-assembling of the conven,
tion on the 18th instatnt, when Lucius J.
Robinson, present Comptroller of the State,
was ununimously nominated for Governor,
and Horatio Seymour was placed at the head
of the Presidential Electoral ticket. At
first, the declination of Mr. Seymour it was
thought, would injure the chances of success
of the party, but the nomination of Mr. Rob
inson dissipates all such fears, and the New
York Sun says the nomination will give uni
versali sat isfaction, and insure a large Demo
cratic majority in New York in November.
New York may now be considered for Tilden
and Hendricks, which insures their election
beyond a doubt.
Who ve have to Beat.
The Republic'an Conventon which assem
bled in Columbia en the 12th instant, after
much wrangling, put forward the following
ticket: Governor, D. Ii. ChamberIii, (Ca~rpet
bagger;) Lieut. Gov. RI. Hi. Gleaves, (colored
carpet-bagge~r;) Secretary of State, 11. E.
ilayne, colored; Comptroller General, T. C.
Dunn, (carpet-bagger;) Secret ary of Treasury,
F. L. Cardozo,colored; At torney General, IR. 11.
Elliot, colored carpet-bagger; Adjutant and In,i
spector General, James Kennedy; State
Superintendent of Education, Jolhn Tolbert;
(don't know him;) Congressman, 3d District.,
L. Cass Carpenter, (carpet-bagger.)
TheIm municipal Democratic ticket of'
Abbeville was elected last week by
100 majority. One hundred colored
men voted the Democ,ratic ticket
straight. This is the first victory for'
the Democrats of Abbeville since the
In Kingstreo, Williamsburg County,
the straight Democratic m'u nicipal
ticket was elected. S. A. Swails, the
grand mogul of the Radical party 91
that County, is the defeated candi'
Aiken also elected a straight Dom
ocratic ticket; AbouL sevenity five
colored men voted with t.he Demo
crate. Aiken has heretofore gone Re.
publican. "Straws Lell which way the
Maj. Theodore G. Barker, of Char~
leston, has withdrawn from the candi
dacy for Congress, from the Second
Congressional District, and Ron. M.
P. O'Connor having b3en offered the
position, has accepted the candidacy.
Mr. O'Connor is one of the finest ora
tors in the State, and has opened the
canvass by a speech at Orangeburg.
Mr. Barker will lend his personal in
fluence to the sucess of Mr'. O'Con,
Elliott, the foremost man of his
race, arose in the Radical Convention
and denounced Daniel HI. Chamnberlain
as a felon, a triator to his party, and
a conspirator against his friends, and
declared that lhe held in his possession
the damning evidence of these char%
gee. Yet they are both put upon the
same ticket, and they support each
other. "How good it is for brethren
to dwell together in unity."
The Matine election went Republi
can, as everybody expected, but by a
much less majority than was anticipa
ted. It has never at any election
gone Democratic, and the average Ru.
publican majority heretofore has been
18,000. In the last election it was
only a fraction over 15,000. The Re
publicans lost in both Vermont and
Maine, which is a premonition of their
defeat throughout the country in No
J. P. M. Epping, a prominent Re
publican, comes r nt for hampton and
In the Ropublian Convetion,
There was, W41ttemore, (the 'Cadet-ahlp
Tg"er,) F. J.Joses, Jr., (the:Ex-robber
Gqqernor,)P,.'V. Bowen, (the Bigamist,) Red
IIt 'Jone (the Rioter,) bob Smalis, (tle
Bloated Bull Frog' Congressman,) J. J. Pat. In
ters0n, ("lonest John,") and a host of other ht
lesser lights of the paty, who Governor re
Chamberlain has denounced time and again,
s *Wupt scoundrels, and unworthy the *on
fAdence'of any party; yet lie goes into counsel
with them, and gratefully accepts a nomina Y(
tia ptapir .aidp. QhI whaL iVeogsistency, t
lI I it pbssible,' iny man, Nrho has made Al
such loud professions of Reform and retrench m
ment, to'acept a iniini'rom the han&s .
of the very men -be has so unmercifully de- bi
nounced. It was those very men and the
olass of Republicans represented by them, P1
whom,the Governor has always dald stood in W
the way of. his Reform measures. ie has de- il
clared that there could be no Reform inside v
the Republican party while such men wielded
a preponderating infiuence,in it. Ile has
chled!upon the good people of the State to
r tMid by him and give him their support and'
influence in.Ais efforts to Reform the admin- b
stration of affairs, and assist him in,putting ri
down these men. But he goes into the Conven- e
tion with them, and "Honest John" Patterson t
makes a spetch for him and he Is nominated
by an overwhelming majority. They then
turn around and. put the very class Qf won on
the ticket with him whom he. has expressed g
such a great desire to get rid of. They have W
shook hands across the "bloody chasm," and 01
everything is lovely and serene again. Gov.
Chamberlain has gone in with the thieves to th
secure his re-election. "Honest John" Patter,
son expects to reap the benefits of the "five W
years good.good stealing in South Carolina." tb
By his action in accepting the nomination 01
from the Republican party under the circum- w
stances, Governor Chamberlain has c:m. t
tradicted every profession of Reform he has
made in the past, and should at once receive
th condeinalion of the honest men of his
INTIMDATION.-The bloody shirt flyers have II
been inflaming the Northern mind by horrid ti
stories of intimidation of colored people by 1
the whites in the South. We shall anxiously
await the comments of the Northern bloody "
shirt journals on the Charleston riot, which 01
was produced by Radical negroes, intimidat- W
ing Democrats of their own color- This is the w,
only kind o, intimidation in the South. Ne- to
groes who are disposed to vote with their vhite
friends arc prevented from doing so by their
own color. We have heard that. certain vicious Wv
Radical negroes in this section have made at
threats against all of their color whio joined,
the Democrats, swearing that they would in
hang t hem, &c. We will hiere inform t hem fr.
and every body else interested, that ev' Li(
ery enloredl maun in ric1ens counhy, wno, no
sires to vote the Democratic ticket, shaill do it,
and whenever they are molested or interferredli
with, theo mnan or men who do so will be hlid -
strictly responsible for it. This is a free 1)1
country, and every man is gunaanteed the au
right to vote ats he pleases.
The Coltumbiat Registor says: "No s
Demonocrait in South Carolina hats evcr a
expressod himself as foolinigly agai nst
Chiamberlain as did thc so who denoun 0
cod him Thursday night, and aro now
going to suppost him."V
The Radical Convention thought ar
that Chamberlain was thme only man gi
in the party who could carry the wv
State, and that is the reason why ho m
was nominated. But in this theoy are
mistaken. Hampton is good for 10,-.
000 majority. *
- .-.-- L1
A. S. Walilaco was nominated by at
the Radicals at Winnsboro on the 11th -ri
instant for Congress from tihe Fourth y,
Congressional District. Col. Evius ni
wvill clean hinm up sure. ti
S. J. Lee, colored, was nominated C
for Solicitor of the 2nd Circuit, and
E~. M. Brayton, carpet-bagger, for the
5th Circuit. A. .Blythe was unani
mously nominated for Solicitor of this
Ci rcuit. s
Xeeting of the County ExecuWve Corn
PICKEN8 C. H., S. C., Sept. 16, 1876.
Pursuant to call of the Ch-airman, hi
the County Democratic Executive ei
Committee, mot this day. Present, Rt.
E. Bo wn, W. G. Field, B. J. Johnston, ~
J. E. Boroughs, D. F. Bradley, W. T. amr
Field, and Jno. TP. LewiP. hi
On motion, it was, mn
Resolved, That the various Demo.
cratic Clubs in the County are hereby~
directed to meet at, or near, their
usual places of meeting, on Saturday
the 7th daty of October next, for the rum
pur pose of balloting for a candidate tor
for the office of County School Ciom si
missioner, to fill the vacancy in thoeo
County-ticket, caused by the death offo
Moses S. Hendricks.
Resolved, That the election be con- mua
ducted in the same manner as that of I
August 18th, 1876. fro
Resolved, That. the managers of the Ida
election be required to forward by one Cot
of their number, a certified copy of can
the result of the election, to tho~Ex., time
ecuative Committee, who, together the
with the managera so sont, shall, on Rej
Monday following, the 9th, proceed
to canvass all the votes and declare
the p)erson receiving the largest num..
ber of votes, the nominee of the party=
for said office.
RI. E. BOWEN, Chairman. 8"1
D.R m e -Slil
P. F. BRADLEY, Sce'ry. N.
[FoR TIJ PICILKENS SMTLR.
Gaz*%yvtL.. ., Sep 18s,.
DzAS SANTEt:' I havO IUddl
wake up "Onee more,0 -tbi yol
sy here a word from this point, as
ve been, as it were, a passive 0or
spondent. Now it is time I hai
oken; not because everybody ele
Le, but because it is now the duty '
>ur correspondent to declare a plat
rm, nnl ,witho4t any long preambli
id ;neous..re0olutIons, I say t<
ysolf, "Nix?" Your big feet can fini
om on the broad an-1 expansivi
-east of the inevitable and eve
,aiseworthy, noble and patriotic ol
ar borse, Gener*1 Hamiton; who i
i noble and patriotic in peace as ii
ar, and who loves his, native ol
)uth qarolin a, 1r for $e sake aon
living the repainder of his few day
her bosom, but for the remem
rance that his progenitors are a
sting their ashes in her noble dusi
rery particle of which, though fil
ily contaminated, mourbfully nom
3 w-uld see purified, and spend an
) spent in the purification of suc
mnerous and noble soil as hers.
ould build a corporial monument <
ir many candidates, and I woul
ace Hampton top sheaf of all, an
oqgh the structure would be high,
ould place.one of my big feet upo
o sea shore of honesty, and th
her upon the breast of his noblenei
ithout the shake of a muscle or th
ritch of a nerve-I codd stand i
Now, I have indicated my plat
rm and have given my reasons, an
would hope every man in the Stat
ay stop at least for this once upo
o same plank and be sheltered be
)ath his patriotic flag of honesty an
form. What a noble deed woul
ir Republican friends execute
hon they meet in convention, the
ould ratify tho candidacy of Hamp
n, and give him a unanimous eloc
ml as chief of all, as ho assuredl
Duld be if electod by his own parts
d as I am bound to e o iovo he wil
We have had some stiring time
our city, as you no doubt have see
>mf our city paper's-courts, c3onlven
mel, clubs and lectures. All hav
umns upon our ut,tenuon. -1 wour
to to see everybody and talk to a
nay, if [ had it in my power, I woul
taco myself upon Paris Mountait
ae I would call aloud to the p)eopl
tho whole State, and I would sa~
op)! stop! ! and think whether yo
e for honesty and reform? Then at
>on renson, common sense, and hon
, and leave those birds that hav
eyed upon the vitality of ever
stage of honesty, to trail the
opped wings in the dust of' sham'
d to bury their hated fangs in thi
-ave of dishonor, irresereetible,worl
ithout end. You may hear ont
ore from your friend,
Nix Cuxz AROUSE.
P. S.--Whoopo.e--eI And now sin<(
a gi-oat Democrat,ic jubilee here ii
te 7th, I have a greater platform I
and on than ever. Well, Mr. SEzE
NEL you should have been here, ani
>u may have been, as there were
any 1 could not see all; for such
me is perfectly indescribable, is ti
ist discription. It was a secor
Bntennial-"a big thing." Why,
ould take volumes to tell it all; ac
eon the half would not be told, an
3t so orderly a crowd I have nev4
en-only two arrests having bee
ade by our very worthy police dui
g the day, and they were release
,fore night. But I need not tell ye
anything that occurred, as yo
ivo noted the publications of ou
1 hope old Laurens is having ii
~od a time to day. Lots of peopl
~ve gone from here to that poin
d are there to day. And may th
11 roll on and on, unt:l Novembe
ray bring us all peace and good gov
nmont. N. (3. A.
IRa. Enrn-I understand that there Is
nor in circulation that Rev. 0. WV. Single
camne to me on Saiturday the 9th inst., an
ed to be put upon the Republican ticket
the office of School Commissioner. I wil
ply state that 0. W. Singleton never Intl
ted anything of the kind to me, neither d
link lhe ever thought of any such a thing
rn the fact that he had heard me say tha
d not believe there was any man in th
anty foolish enough to offer himself as
didate on the Republican tioket, and I
re should be, I would not support him, a
re would not be any Countyt tioket by th
ALoNZo M. FOLGr.o.
1ARRIED, at the Crone Rloads ohuroh, al
aday, the 17th instant, by 'Rev. 0. W
g leton, Mr. A. 7. MEDLIN naad MIsu 3
MnJUNKIN-.al ot Plkn.
Orpalatioi af a Rie Club.
Pi6Ki1q*C. J., Sept. 16, 1876.
J A moeting was held in the Coart
SRouse illIs day, for the purpose of or%
' ganising'a rifle club, to be known as B
the "Hompton Rife Club."
I On m6tion, D. F. Bradley was cal- of
D led to the Chair, and R. A. Child re- si
t. qeested..tSa set gs, Secretary. The t
Chair briefly stated the objects of the
i meeting, and -stated that the organi%
yZatA9n Qf a rifle c'lub haa no political
I niflance whatever, as had been in
a sinuated by some Individuals in the
r community. Such organisation had
I existed in nearly every section of- the
9 country since the days of the Revolu-.
I tion, and had been a source of pride
I and pleasure to their members slo-.
cessively. 4e hoped -the ;present, or,..
i gaai,a,ion might become efficient and
be the means of affording its members R
many hours of social and brotherly
On motion, the following commit-.
tee to nominate candidates for Cap. C
j tain and three Lieutenants wah ap
a painted by the Chair: W. G. Field,
I Riley Simmons, Dr. W. T. Field, C
f H. Saxon and B. B. Earle. After a
s short absence, the Committee made
d the following report, which was unans
1 imously adopted:
n Captain, D. F. Bradley; 1st Lieu
e tenant, Dr. W. T. Field; 2nd Licucn-%
ant, R. A. Child; 81 Lieutenant, W.
e T. Bowen.
n An election was then gone Into for
Sargeants and Corporals, which rosul
ted as follows:
d Orderly Sargeant, IV. T. McFall;
e 1st Sargeant, W. B. Allgood; 2n'. Sar
n geant, Riley Simmons; 3d Sargeant,
B. B. Earle. 1st Corporal, E. F. All.
d good; 2nd Corporal, Lawrence Bowen;
j 3d Corporal. J. W. E:arlc, Jr.; 4th
Corporal, James Harris.
y On motion, tho Chair appointed,tho
- following committee to draft a consti
tution and by-laws for tho govern
v ment. of the Club: W. G. Field, W. 5~
r, B. Aligood, R. A. Child, W. T. McF'all I
.and Dr. W. T. Field.
s On motion, the followving committee
a on uniform was npp)Jointed by the
- Chair: WV. B. Allgood, 0. P. Field,v
le T1. J. Childs, U. L. Gambrell and W.
LI mended only a uniform coat for tlic
j present, to be mado of blue cloth.~
"round about," with red cuffsi and
On motion, Dr. J. W. Eatrlo was
11 unanimnousily elect.ed Surgeon of the a
- On motion, tho Club adjourned, tob
e meet on Saturday, t.he 30th inst., at
y2 o'olocg, P. M.
r R. A. CIIILD, Secretary.
e"Silently came a black boat o'er the hillows, -
i Stealhly grated the keel on the sand,
o Rustling footsteps were heard through .thce
Then the dark boatman stood 'waving his
SWhispering, I come o'ver the shadowy river,
Hie who is dearest must have thee forever."1
n When inexorable death calls upon the very c
0 young or very old to take a voyage across
_ the dark waters, it is not a matter of aston
ishment, since the grim monster usually
d beckons to those ages first. When, however.]
o0 he departs from this rule, and lays his icy.
fingers upon a man just in the prime of life,
a as in the case of M. 8. HENDRICKS, we
eare inclined to question why God in His gre ut
dmercy did not select a victim from the for nerF
It He was suddenly attacked on Sunday the
d 0t,? and after much severe suffering, died on C
Modythe 11th of September, 1876. In t1
d him we loose a gallant soldier-who fought
rand bled for the "Lost Cause." Society LI
looses a cheerful spirit. Humanity a true
n friend. Fond parents and loving sisters loose
,an affectionate son and brother. C
He leaves many frieuds who deeply regret p
d his loss. Also, a bright little boy about 8
u years or age, to tread the rugged path of life
alone, his mother having been called hence
U about. one year ago.
r "Tis the twinkle of an eye: tis the draught of -
a breath, U
From the blossom of health to the paleness
S of death." M.
'The State of South Carolina SE
r PIOKENs COUNTY. at
B iy I. II. Philpot, Jud4e of Probate. ci
WHxanas, Thos. W. Russell has made suit
, to me to grant him Letters of Administration, "'
upon the Estate and Effects of Rufus Oats, P~
The kindred and creditors of the said Rufus u'
ab Oats, are therefore cited to be and ap
pear before me, in the Court of Probate, to be"
holden at Pickens C. H., on Friday, thec 6uh
day of October, inst., at 11 o'clock, a, mn..
to shew cause, if any they have, why the said ~
I admiristration should not be granted.
- Given under my hand and real this, th.y'
18th day of September A. D., 1876.
Sept 21,_1876 8 2
TWENTY-FIVE CENfTS WILL d
The Weekly Sun
B WROM NOW
Till after the Presidential Election,
Post-Paid to any Address hI
T'hroughout the United Seates. h
.No Campaign Document like it "
THE SUN, New York City,
San 7. 1870 1 a
1k We hereby nomiDa 0aptain A.
LITHB for re-election to 'be omoe of So.
)itor. He baa dimoh%rged the duties of the
Boe for the past four years with fairness
id ability, and will be supported for re-el..
For School Commissioner
If. We are authorized to an T.
MITH as a candidate for School is
oner of Pickens County--subjeot to the
af., We are authorized to announce Rev.
W. SINdLETON as a candidate for School
Dmmissioner of Pickens County-subject to
e primary election.
0. We are authoriped to announce Re.
8. GAINES as a candidate for School Com'
iSlioner of Pickens County--subject to the #
IS. We are authorized to announce P. D.
URETON a candidate for School Co'm!s
oner of Plekens County-subject to the
Best Standard Prinst,
8 cents per Yard.
50 CENTS AND UPWARDS.
Sho e s,
0 C'TS PEIR PAIR & UPWA RDS3.
LbL OTH E R1 GOODS9 IN PROPOR -
Tihoso wisin to purchaso will do
-ell to exanmic our stock.
BROWN & HENDRICKS.
Se pt 21, 1875 ifr
Notiee tos Creditors.
LL persons holding any demands against
.i the Estate or Tyre L. Roper, dcceased,
re not iff'ed to presont thme same to the uinder
gnmed legally ai t tes8t ed, on or before the 15thI
iy of 3May, 1877, or their claiun s will be
S. D). KEITH,
8Sep7 1876af 1 8 -
OTICE is hereby given to the Creditors,
Legatees, and all other persons inter-.
sted in the Estate o f James WValker, deceas.
di, that application has been made to 1. HI.
'hilpot, Judge of Probate, for l'ickens Coun.
y, for leave to make a F'inal settlement of
lie said Estate, on the 14th day of October,
876, at 10 o'clock a. mn., and to be dis
harged therefrom as Administrator thereof. P
'WILEY REEVES, Adm'r.
sep7. 1876 1 5
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED A
IRST CLASS HIOUSE at Liberty Station, S.
.arid is prepared to take permanent or 4
anslent Boarders at reasonable rates.
The Table will be supplied with the best
ae market affords.
lHe also keeps a select STOCK OF MER
H AND.18E on hand, which is offered to the
ublic cheap, for cash. Consult yo~ur own
iterest and call on him.
J. J. NIX.
Liberty, 3. C., July 18, 1876 46 tf
sed in nearly every locality in many
Settled beyond a doubt-No one questions
de fact that more cases of whites, suppresj,
d and irregular menses and uterine ob,
ructions, or every kind, are being daily
ired, by Dr. J- Bradnleld's Female RIegulator,
an by all other remedies combined.~ ,Its
access in Georgia and other Statyv ie eyond
ecedent in tie annals of phiaJW-. Thousands
'certificates from women overywhere pour In
'>on the proprietor. . Tae'attention of prom
ent medical men v aroused in behalf of this
onderful comp'ennd, andl the most success
11 practioa.ers use it. If women suffer here
ter jvwill b. their own fault. Female
egidator is prepared and sold by L. H.
,adnfeld, Druggist, Atlanta, Ga., and may be
>ught at $1,50 per bottle at any respectable
rug 8tore in the Union.
EFFEOTLa TRULY WONDEnFUL.
CAnTERaviLLE, Ga., April 26, 1869.---This
ill certify that two members of my imme
ate family, after having suffered for many ~
ears from menstrual Irregularity, and having.
men treated without benefit, by various mod
al doctors, were at length complt~ cured
y one bottle of Dr. J. Bradnield's Pgf-ALE
EGULATOR. I therefore deem it my duty
furnish this certificate, with the hope of
rawing attention of suffering womenmkind to
ec mierits of a medicine whose power in cur,
g~ irregular and suppressed menstruation,
s been proven under my own personal obs
mrvation. Its effect ona such cases is truly
onderful, and well may the remedy be called ~"
Woman's Best Friend."
Yours respect fully,
JA S. W. 8TSANGE.
Sont. 7.,1870 4