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In the Greensboro, N. 0., Lotery
on Tuesday No. 63,540, hold by
Prior Woodsob of Lynohburg Va.,
drew the lienbow House. ''he fo
lowing Is a partial list of. the nq%
98,082, $5,000,- 1,858, $4,500 ;
916, $1,000 ; 94,250, $2,000 ;
21,915, 82,715, 84,605, 20,69, $400 ;
52,452, lot worth $875; 42,108, 86,.
817, 94,238, 56,653, 65,850, 50,066,
77,932,31,530, 43674, 38,885, 31,
679, 78,177, 49,552, 45,138, 66,828,
82,226,43,745, 58,571, 914, 83, 45Q,
CoTToN.--.h etton market has,
strictly speaking. played out for the
present season. We have only to ro
port sales of some tweity or thirty
Biles for the past week, at a decline
upon prices paid the first of the
month. "Low Middiing" bringr
about 141 cents, and a fi.or grade
something more ; but. we have beard
of no sales the past ten days at 15
coute. 'Nor o.n we conclude from
Northern atvices that this figure will
be paid again this season. The crop
is known to be "short" and money
abundant in tho north, but specula.
tors, mautfaoturers and cotton'bro
kers seem to have the game in thei,
own hands. The Stock on band now
is more than suffioient for the season,
and the prices for the future will do
pend upon the growing ciop.
Capt. Buout, Pre.sideCrt. Fa61ik.eli
V/ire engine Cnompaly, hal Phown us
i letter frow Superitendaut Ander
son proposing to take the above com.
pany to the Charlotte Centennial and
returning for the small sum -f $150.
Only Mremen in uniforw* will bo:paps*
A over the road for thi3 price. Capt.
Bacot was instrumental in procuring
this low rate of passage and deserves
the thanks of the boys who compose
the little Fairfield. We earnestly
hope the Company will turn out in
rull force as the Stonewall from
Chester anticipate beating us. Come
to the scratch boys.
AN OTIIt DYPARTUnE.-Jame
Koore, a long-legged, hump-bicke-i
3ewing Maohine wan evaporated
'rou our town on Monday night last,
Lfter forging a note on Mrs. Richards. n
tnd otherwise defrauding our citizens.
Hloore claimato be a native of York
Fille, and was agent for the Singer
3ewing Machine Company. Steps
iave been taken to have him arrested
ind punished for his rascality.
Tux LOST FOUND.-James Moore,
the Sewing Machinaegent and forger,
who uade his exit from our burg on
Monday night, 19th instant, wis oap.
lured in Union County latt Thurs
lay by Deputy Coroner IKeller, on a
warrant issuiad by Trial Justice Ro
bertson, and returned to this place
Bunday. Moore is now in jail and
will have a hearing at the May termi
We copy the following from the
Yorkville Enuquirer of the 22nd inst.
As is generally known, Duvall,
the Sherif of Fairfield County, has
been mysteriously absent for several
weeks. Evor since his departure
fromi Winnsboro, his wife, Mrs,. M,
A. Duvall, has :aoted as j'milor, and
her atont for dieting prisoners, -6n
being presented to Judge Mackey
while here last Thursday, was duly
approved by that oocial,
with the remuark that .the lady
in question having the custody of
men, and holding oBioial position,
ifords at least one practical exem
pliaication of the assertion of women's
rights in a ecotion of country where
the question has never been mooted.
While the funeral services of Mr.
Liauhon were being performed en
Tuesday in the Methodist Church at
Ridgeway, an secident ocourred
which came near proving fatal. The
church is ceiled over-head, but
the garret is not floored. The sexton
who had ascended to the belfry to
toll the hell, on descending the lad.
der, lost his footing, and was precipi
tated upon one of the planks of the
coiling. The plank was broken by
the concussion, but for tunately was
held for a few seconds by one end
and vibrated backwards and forwards
several times. The persons sitting
beneath had barely time to esoape
before it fell with a crash directly
upon several of the pews beneath.
Had it fallen immediately, there
woul'd'have been udoubted loss of
An Exchange says :We pro
nounced against the fashion adopted
by the ladios in hats, but whether
any good oame of It we have never
heard except that one good lady sjald,
well done, I like your taste. Now,
we cry out against the coming revo.
W6 we are not responsible for the opin.
one of correspondents..
g&* Communications to this oeffict
will not be notied unless aeoompanied
by the reat name of the writer.
XW Any person in the County. having
knowledge of any circumstance of Int erest
ocurri In his neighborhood will confer
a favor b furnishing nfortuation at thin
Local N'ot1ees will be inserted
(except.by spedial contract) at the
For ten lines and under... .$2.00
For each additional line.... 15o.
F. F. E. .-J. 0. Squier See.
Citation-Juo. J. Nail, J. P. F. C.
Consumption Cured -Dr.1 T. F.
Fits Cured Free-Dr. Chas. T.
Read advertisements of Dannen.
berg & Co.
\V agion for sale-Benty, Bro., &
Let's have a spelling match.
Prof. Antrim enlightoned a num
ber of our citizens on horseology
Thursday at publio out ory.
The office returns to Mr. H1. B.
Refo for a present of fine old corn.
Lovers of the ardent will find that
this liquor produces a d-lightful
titillation of the pulate.
The frost has killed all the 1rui
and most of the garden vegetablo.
Let us rejoice that we did not have
the thermometer at 23 degrees below
Zero. as they had last week in the
The Rev. Mr. Jacobs, will deliver
an address in our town next week in
behalf of the "Thornwell Orphan In.
atituto." Time and place in a future
issue. %Ie trust an obje6t of such
importance will command a good
Judge Mackey informs us that he
will, at the next term of Court, en.
deavor to ferret out all thieves in
Fairfield, and if possible put them in
o*arge of Superintendent of Peniten
tiary. . We hope the Judge will be
Joe Bolton, an old penitentiary
convict was severely stabbed with
a knife a few days ago on the planta
$ion of Capt. Tim. Hardin, by anoth.
er negro. Whether the wounds
wilH prove fatal ov not QU: informant
The Sumter Watchman exposes a
g.dt class fraud. An advertisement
"Make Home Happy" adveralsing a
$20 Sewing Maohinue Is a swiedle,
and J. Thompson Hania & Co. who
advertise it, a pack of grand r seals.
We warn our rea-ders not toendeavor
to make home happy by investing in
STIL.a ANOTEER DzrAnrun.--Mr.
P. H. Dan nenberg, junior of the firm
of Dannooberg & Co., left Monday
fhr Baltimore. Mr. D. has matrimo
n'y "on the 'brain," and will load to
'the altar on the 2nd of nexrt month a
1.eveJy bride. We wish the happy
pzir a safe journey to our towan, and
success through life.
Sonic bucy bodies aee et.ernally'
asking us why is it the editor is al
ways running down the road i? We
are enable to answer the quesmtion,
but think if they will only keep their
tongues still for a short time they
will see one of the hand.omest youeg
married ladies is this town that they
have soon in a long time. Our "pard
knows what 's trump.."
We have just heard of a mont
wanton case of malicious mnisohief.
Joe Davis, colored, having some
grudge against his colored neighbor,
Sam JBoggs, took his gun one night
last; week, about midnight and killed
a valuable mule belonging to Bogga.
Fortunately the perpetrator of this
aastardly deed was discovered, and
he now rest. in j.il. Such wanton
outrages are deserving of the
ATTENTION PLANTERs.-Col. D.
Wyatt Alken is now engaged in des
Jivoring a series of agricultural lec-.
tures in different parts of the State,
and may be expected in Wlunsbo:o
the first week in May. Those who
have heard him address the "l'atrons
of Husbandry," have prodted by his
experienee as a practical man, and
should not lose the opportunity of
hearing him. He. is one of the very
few among the planters of our State,
who has at all times something to sell
from his own plantation, over and
above Ourrent ezenenses.
lution in skritping the skirt. Why,
the present fashionable skirt is tle
ugliest thing on some ladies we have a
ever seen.. Thedea or.tures may
as well get into a narrow e,or spok at ,r
onse. If the.objeo is to show the
female form divine then it.is'all right
but if for, ease or comfort, or alegance '
'hen it is a lamentablo failure. They- d
might' as well -squeeze themnselvea
into one leg of a pair of pantaloons a
and tuck up the surplus leg into fux- i
belows for,ornameatation on the baok. i
Something is wrong evidently. We i
go in for flowing, easy, looae'potticoats t
in preference to the little, nprrow..
drawn skirts now so commonly worn.,
If this thing is continued there a
will no longer be any.angels in potti
Tus LA-T RFD.-O Mondqy last
Coroner Ruff invited "ye local" and c
several other gentlemen into the
SiherifP's offioe to witness the opening r
of Sheriff Du vull's safe. We, as a I
matter of course, expooked to see piles f
on top of p,iles of greenbacks in its o
vaults, but -wete badlj mistaken, -
When the heavy iron door swudg t
open, eager eyes peered in to see- r
what the Sheriff had left behind him o
in his sudden flight, but nothing was Y
found but a few papers and a lone- d
some, nasty, fithy, dirty.-dilapid%ted
five cents #hin pluelr, on the town of a
Camden, bearing date 'of Decerber, ii
1866 "Ye-local" being ounidered v
he honest man of the party, the o
precious littlejewel was intrusted to .him l1
care, and strange 'to say he bim it yet.' d
As the books have not yet been ex. o
arnined we are unable at this writing a
to bay what Sheriff Duvall's liabili- ni
ties are, but rutnor says he will fall il
behind eight or ten thousand. This
is another fruit borne b3 the great i
republican party, who obiim to be a
honest and upright in all their sayings
and doings. We beg our readera to *
refer to the past re6ord of this party
and then-let us pray.
'You may shatter or "bust" the safe If
But Ihat lie cents fromOemiden will linger
Nia.s G. PAntEU ARRrSTED AND
fIPRIINr.D.-Niles ti. Parker, c
Treasurer of the State oSonth Caro- t.
lica, was ar-rested,-ye.qrday, and re- 0
quired to give bail in tho sum of e,
$56,200, upoi-gemplaint of D. H.
Chatnberl"n, T. C."'Iunn, S. \V.
Melton, W. B. Nash and Paris Sim.
kins, as Commigsionermof the Sinking
Fund. The .conplaint charges that
Parker embezzl.ed and fraudulently 7,
misapplied $28,100 oftthe funds of ,
the Sinking Fund Commission. The
aid 'vit was made by T. - C. Dunn,
Comptroller Guneral. Counsel
for defendant, Messrs. Melton & I
Clarke and Bachmnan & Ycumans, c
obtained an e.x parte heariag be. ')
ffro Major D. B. Miller, Clerk of the i
Court, and moved that that the order
of; arrest oa bail be rescinded. UDOn ,,
the refusal of the 'Clerk, a petition
was made to Judge Cooke, who, after*
hear ing argument to favor of defend
ant, dismissed the petition, and4, di.
rooted the order of the clerk to be
executed. The amount of bail re
quired precluded the possibility oif
its being given, and Parker was~ om
mitted to the County jail. His
counsel Anode strenues and able
efforta in his behalf. The proceed..,
ings occupied all the afternoon and
evening, till a late hour last night. a
It is rumored that the ex-Tlreasurur e
was .about to depart Northward when t6
DrAHOF Josa'E LAUIn, Esq
Another gooi7 citizen has pa.ssed awa,
Mr. Joseph Loauhon died at Ridge.
way on Monday morning last, after a'
lingering illness, Mr. Laul'cu was
a native of this cen.ty andI 8fty-six a
years of age. Whi.lo yet young, he -
associated himself with the Method St
Church, and was a prominent and de.
voted member till the day of l is e
death. Hisi piety was of that prao ti
cal kind which illustrated itself is i
his. daily walk and intercourse wit,h
his follow men, and afforded a gooA
example for others to follow. Up i,
within a year of his death lhe possess
ed a robust constitution, and display.
od great energy and industry, both in
farming, and latterly as a merchant.
Mr. Lauhon was miuch beloved for
his sterling traits of character, and I
when lisa death was made known, a
large concourse of friends and ,icigh. I
bors, at least fotir hundred, a.asemi
bled at the Methodist Church to pay.
their last sad tribute to his memory.
The funeral sermon was delivered by.
Rev. A. 3. 8tafoi-d, a'nd thea the de
oased was interred with Masonic
hicnor.. Worshipfu.l Master Jatnes Q.
Dayis conducted the ceremony In an
impressive, manner, fifty-two members
of the craft partiolpating. The
mrsheante unaion- of Ridanny also
The loss of Mr. Lauhou will be
evorely felt, and the p1re com,u
1 y, 00 aqig g ti t of his4el
eaved widow and daughter.
Spelling natches are becoming
uite the rago. It is the toudenoy
f porops who oonsidor tbetnsolvo3
Lrag. ape ler," to turn up 'their no.es
t those orthographic contests. But
trial at one or two of the lists of
r6rdo that are now going the rounds
6ill offoetually take the starch out of
he averago spoller.
We pr osut 4qlow- sentence whicli
rs, when last beard from, mowing
own the Colunbia bar with fearful
rpoisiou and was panting for other
ictiws.*Ten ui.takei was coneiderod
thing to be proud oft
Tle same sentence has easily van
uished the, champion spellers of
Vinusboro; the number of mi.,tak<s
anging between ten and tweity.
t is tequired that the spelling con.
)rm to Lhe apolling eith'or... of. Wor.
pster, Wobiter, or Walker. We
ivo the sentetwe, somp of the wordo
eing spelied -incorrectly, and our
saders inay exorcise. their - bkill il
urreotion. Take your pencils and
rite down vithout lookinj at the
"A sybilant sibyl, girt with a cir,
ingle, though besiegud with dipthoria
i her dinphragin, seizes a peive and
ierdly retrieves the aposttey of 0s.
A10pS bliok as a sloa, fed on canto
>pes and pea, by'ringoingknots in a
kplionous collendor, as1 she sitands
a a single tree, beoured by muortioo
ud tenou in the abridgement of a pin
acle of aminnarot, and bursts out
i dytheratnbie eacchinations, while
e fuoChia and the opopinax, rivaling
je eschallote, distill tl4eir frigra4oce
the rarafied atmosphere' of lhe
.oon in sizigy.')
The above is a rendition by a per.
' to whoin the sentence wap given.
coutaitis over twoty nii.ata.kes.
airfleld Fire Engine C ompany
YOU are hetoby-olrdored to
semnble a, your Eaigi e lioue
on Friday next at -l o'clock
tn i initor Uniform. for parade and
ercise. Also, to a>perar at ToWi Jiull
the.vent fO iqaie.4ay.,. $ doolook
r the gransnotion of. rogula1' butiniiivas
d also for ihe election of .*offcers for
a onsuing year, under r.esolutiun itdopt
I at last meeting.
JO' N 0: SQUIlR, Sec.
The State of Soutl -CarvHna,
COUNTY or FAiRFIELD.
in the Probate Court,
IYJOHN J. NEIL, Eq., Proble Judge.
HIEREAS J. I. Craig hath made
suit, to me to grant hiin-jetiers of
dminiatration do bonis non of the 9stato
Ad efets of John MoKeow-i deceased.
These are therefore to cite and Admon
*h alt and singular the kIn ed 4 ge'df.
rs of the said John MIcK4down de
3ased,t bat thboy be and appear bet'>re me, in
ie Court of Probate, to be hieldl at Fair
aid Court Ilouse, 8. C., on the 14mJh dav of
Lay next after' publication h'ere
r, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon to show
'use. it any they have. .why tihe said Ad.
inistrationi should not. be. grant ed.
G ven under my hand, 'this'ltith day
P A pril, A nno Domnini, 1875,
JOHN J1. NE[fL,
auch 27-i lx2 J. P. F. C.
Pits Cuzed Freea.
ANY person suffering from the above
.. disoaso is requestedl to addrtss 13i1.
ItichE, and a trial bottle of medicine
ill t e forwarded by Express,
The only cest being the Elxpreas charg
t, which owing to moy hargo business are
nail Ur. P'riceo has male the cnre of
F1ITS OR El'!!, EPS l.
study for years, an-t he will warrant a
urc by the use of his remedy.
Do not fail to sendl to himt for a trial
ottle ; it costs notinog, and lie
WILI, CUR E YOU.,
o matter of how long standing your case
a.) be, or how many other remedies
sy have fai'o I
Ciroalars and testimonials sent with
PRE ffAI. BOTTLE.
Hie ps4ytieular to give jour express, as
'oll ssyeur post slice dIt:oto, n
Dra. Chasg.T. Pm Iee
pril 27-ly 87 WIlliam S;t. New York,
Sale of' Valuable Property.
BY' authority of a ' act of, .Ihe General
Assembly. the~ County ('onmniission
rs of Fairifield count.y will oller. for unl.
Spublic outcry. oms I he first M ony Io
une nex I, at the court honse ini Winhuan
ore, 1he building now knowni and occu-.
led as tlhe County Jail. Thon lot upon
richl said building is located, fronts on
laini street. 112 feet 9 inches. and Is 104,
ect 11 inches deep. Thec building is (;l
set long, and 30 feet 2 inches deep, made
f brick and slone, has I breo stories. and
acoveredl with tin. It Is situatead ini ghe
lcart of the busIness parltion of the Town
.t the out heast inlersec Iion of Miain and
tarkel. stres;;and is altogether A lpighly
lesrable locatlin for mercantile' yrurposee,
Terres of sale :-Ono half cash, the
alanice in twelve months wvith interest,
eenred by bond and mnortgage, tihe pur.
haser to pay for all 'papers. For further
a formation address
IIEN1RY JA COJI,
'Clh. Co. Corn. Fairfield Co.
UNSUJRE your property in either of the
following eompanies viz:
rho Liverpool and London and Globo.
Pho Home Insurance Co. of New York,
'h Frankln6 " PhiladelphIa.
'ho Atlas, " " Hart ford Conn.
Parties wishing to'Insure their proper.
y during my absenee will please apply'
o WV. N. Chandler.
anril 17 1m .JAS. WV. I'AW, Age.
UAa1,1s LAMIJ, ESSAYIST. denoune d
spirip. aor . s "Wet
nation." 1.o'oo. .1 lo i ikoew
e eof hoe b 6id eoerle6oe, and
if Ii ing, would appli the same to Aloo.
hoh Excitants, a vertised as viuroalls.
But there i ii one Tonio and Alternative in
exis once-the bent the world bas ever
knotrit-whielh contains no alcohol., It is *
Dr. lYalker's California Vinegar Bitters.
liow o RX9y91M. T).a IRP~RITT or
Till T1a A-t.iK Opyevi, money at home.
Do to 14n W for'aslytOi40wlieh you
can obA rl la hore'ai el-6wlhoro. We
do not advocato p-tying $5 for that which
you can buy abrond for even $4 90, but
when ou can buy your Blank lluokA of
the het grade. at piiabs as low as New
York. then, send to w%alker, Evans &
Cogswoll. Chat leston S. C., -&ad purchase
what you need. All their Blank ilook4 are
made in Charleston, and your encourage.
10.entill ealMtin a Worthy inskufacturing t
"n-erprise. - e
Dr. J. Walker's CaliftrnIa Vil.
e;ar Bitters arq. purely Vogotal "
proparation, ntde ichioily froti the na, a
tive herbs found on the lower ranges of
the Siorra Novada mountaisp of Califor.
nlia, the medicinal proPerties of which
aro extracted therefrom without the use
of. Alehol. .. The quostlon 18 alnost
daily asked, " What is the cause of the 3
unparalleled SUccCss of VINEGAR BIT
TEits " Our answor is, that they romove
the canso of disease, and the patient re
covers his health. They are tho great
blood I)tiefier and a lifo-giving principi,
a perfect Ronovator and Invigorator
of tho system. ,.&Never before in the
history of tho world has a medloino been
Dompounded possessing the remarkable w
nalities or Vtx0A1 BITTrt$as in healing the
sick of every diseaso man in heir to. They
are a getitle Purgativo as well as a Tonic, P
relieving Congestion or Inflammation of
the Liver and Visceral Organs, in 1ilious e
TIlo properties of DR. WALKER4
VINEAR ]ITTliTRts are Aperient, Diaphorotie
Cornnative, Nutritious, Laxative, Iuretio,
Sedativo, Counter-Irritaut, Sudorlific, Altera
. I U&If. rcDONALD CO.,
DriiggitI" and Gen. Agta., Rnn F'ranetsoo, Cal4fornila,
11n1(d our. f Whwlitgton and Charlton Htn., N. Y.
Sold by all Drggists and DeaUres.
ro the Editor of the Nyws.
Will you pl.ene inform your readers fo
hat I have a posilivo al
CUJRE FOR CONSUAf0N7 "
%nd all disorders of the Throat and Lungs of
ind that by its. use in my practlce, I
have cured fhundreds of ca:es, and will
ror a case it will .not 4enefit. Indeed, so
itrong is my faith, I will send a Sas
pIe free, . to any sufferer addresaine c
no. Please Ihow this letter to any one P
roij may know who is suffiering fron these
liseaq(s, and oblige,
DR. T. F.BUIlT,
pril 27-in (19 Wibilam St. New York.
10 pairs of trace Chains and Hlanes,
Dotdn and ?.ianilla Itbpe for plowing.
WVell K< pe.0
L. H Shovels i i manure forks, Tubs
and linekets, Nails and A xos, Cott on
.Cards, lan,l SuWn, P'adlooks,
Sad Irons, %.offee Mills,
Looks, P'ereu t
1 Tirce rimeCarolina Rice.
25 Biarrels assorted Esting and P'lantinz ht
*1or Sale low for Csh. ci
TheEtymptom Is of LiYer 'cotmplAMItit are un
0 p11in1 is iIn tle sloulder, atid is misak
whiih th loss of rippetilo anl,i 81oklins,
rating with lIa. The head i8 t-o-ibled m
lerable o-in of main >Wy, accoinpani.1 wit
mething whlich ought to have been done.
III low apiril a. Someiimes maty of the I
try few or titem but tihe liver is general
c'm.o 3C-c3 =e cd.y.
Is warranild not to contain a single
irticlo of Mercury, or any iijuriouts
ineral stubstatice, bul Is
minaining thooe Southern roots and Ilerbs
hili anl ahlwi6e P ovidence ha1i; placed
coitutries where Liver Disenos moi
-evail. It will cure all disenses caimsed
derang3sme..ti of tie Liver and how
mions Liver Regulator, or Medioine,
inimnetilly a family medicehic, nmi by
ig kept ready fir immediae resort. will
ye manny an hour ofstifferiig and maIny
dollar inl ti-me 41nd dolors' ilN
\frei over Fol ty Years trial it is mtill
ceiviig the Ilost. Iiqualified tes(i
ouirilh- toits virituei from persons of thi e
gliest charcter mind responsibility.
nmneit physiciano colimietnd it as the
r c msmpti tn, Ileudache. PaSin ii the
oulders, Dizzines, Souiir Stomach, bad
sc i- lime mouti, billiosim ttacks, ial.
Wen ion of th lleart, PaIinm itt time regiolls
tie Kiinley", desponIIenicy, gloom mankd
ebodips of evil, all of whiii are ime
i'rriig ofti disensed Liver.
.For Dyspesia or Indigestion.
r' ed %ilih this aml((nti all cli1mates an1
aliget; of water and food umay ie faced
thom fenir As a temedy in 11minrious
tv(-s, Bowel Co011mla1ints, rk;itlesniess.
IT HAS NO EQUAL
io thie ohempest. pitrest. aid tie best
Fouily Mleelicine inl the world 1
y no powderm'or Prepared Simmom Liver
gulatQr mileii in o,ur eigraved wrap
r with Trade mal I. sta p .i.- l sig:t itne
brokon. None otlier is gv i.ic.
J. It. ZEILIN & CO.
Macon, Ga., and Philadolphia.
OR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Siimons' Liver Iegulator.
r all dieeases of tihe Liver,8tlomamch and
8f leenm. As a remiedy ini
hlarious Fevecrs, hlowel Coimplaints,
Jyspepila. Mientmi Depression liest.
lessnesis, Jamudice, Nanisen,m Sick
iHeadeiho, Coli, Counmstipa
tion and Blillioumsness.
2j kEE C41NTO.H Aj'.'.
A: the Best oods, is
All t- e Best Gaiter's
All the Best Business
A1l the Best Boots
All the Snstanmt
All the Sizes
FOR BIG AND
IVE US A VISIT A
EST ABLISH ED 1859.
V ER TI RTY Y'RA RS EX'PE RIENCqE
IN' T'Il WATOl AND CLOCJR
-1 OLD andl Pivor Watchesc, (lime very
X biest timo keepers) Bolid Gold Chains.
til Platedl Chains, flings ail iiver Ihut
uains, which I gumaranteo. Also, hireasl
ins Collar and Shirt Bmt tonm of aill des.
aptionis. A set of beautiful Chocks, ui h<
in beat thiem ? Rtepairinig dlone in
urkmaan-like mnamncer. Saisfactioniguamran
KE 9 Ei
140inei-s %ad p tin ill the side, Sometimo
en for rhoumnatisn, The !tattitoh i afet.-,
howelm in general costive, sotetimi4 al.
,Iti pain, and( dllil, henvy s6lFsttiot 4 0co1
1 p-linful senation of having left undone
Often complaining of weakness, dibility
tbovo attend the disease and at other timtes
ly the organ imost involved.
"I have never seen or tried such a
simple eflioacious. satisfactory and pless
ant remedy in iny life. Ha'n-l. lalues, 8,
Lo ui s, Mo.
Hon. Alex. H Stephens. '
"I ocoasionally use, when my condition
requires It, Dr. Sitnmonn' Liver Itegula.
tor with good etfect."-lion. Alex. ill,
Governor of Alabama'
'-Your Regulator has been In uso In my
family for soue time, anti I am puirsuaded
it is a viluable aditionl to the ikedical
science "--fl .v. .1. Gill 8 .orler, Ala.
"11 ave ubedl the Regulator in my famni
ly for the past seventeen years. I can
safe-ly recomiteind it to tihe world as the
be41 niediciie i have ever used for that
cinp of' diseae it purports to ouro."
H1. F". Thigpen.
President City Bank.
"ISIimmios' Liver Regulator has prove4
a good and efficaoioul r.ediciue,"-0. 4.
"We have been iliquainted with Dr.
Sien-mis' Liver Medio ie for more than
twenty years, And know it to be the best
Liver Regulator offered to the publio."-..
M. It. Lyou and iI. h. Lyon, Bellefoitain,
"I was cured by Shinmtos Liver Regd.
lwtor, after having sulerod sovetal yeari
with Chills aid Fever-"R. P. Andelson.
"I have been a dyspetic fur years ; be
gan the legulator two years ago ; it h
acted like a cliara in my caso."-itev. j
"I have given y our medicino a
thorough trial, and In n case has it failed
to give Matisfation."-Elen Meachan,
Sheriff Bibb County.
"I havo used your Itegula.or with uc..
oessfuleffoot in Bilulious Colic and Dys
popala. It is an excellent remedy and
certainly a public blessing."-C. Mastor,
son, Bibb CQunty Ga.
"My wife and self have used the Rtegu.
1ator f'4or years, and testify to its great
virlues "-Rov. J. Folder, Perry Ga.
"I think Sinimons Liver Regulator one
of tite bent, medicines over nino for tihe
Liver. My wife and many others, have
usHed it, with wokdet ful effeot."-E. K.
Sparks, Albany, On.
"1ihave used tIhe Rleguletor in my fami.,
ly, also in tmy re~guilar practiec, and have
foutr.d It a monst valuable avid satlsfactory
mnediclino, and believe if it, was used by
Ithe prfoessioni It would he cf( aervice itn
very manty cases. I know very much of
t5s comuponut parta, anid certlfy its medi.
inl qualities are perfootly harmnless." -.
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at L .i ekres,
at L a e.<kers,.
Shoe's, at LambI ekers
al Qual ities, at Landeckers.
nd Shapes, at Landeckers.
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