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Local Notices will be inserted
(except by special contract) at the
For ten lines and un der.. .$2.00
For eaoch additional lino.... 15o.
Fruit around Ridgeway is not all
killed, we hear.
The very iest white Kid Slippers
can be found at Landecker & Co.'s
oor & SHOE lloU8E.
The resideice of Mr. G. W. HipV
gins uvar the line between Cheater
and Fair6eld was destroyed by fire
New St5les of Gent'i and ebil.
d.reas straw 114ts just received at
Dannetiberg & (Io.
Let it be understood by one and
all that the best and prettiest styles
of Calicoes are sold by Dantenberg
A Co., %t 10 ctUts. We warrant
each and every piece.
Althoug-h the Building and Lan
A.'sscciati-on ha Wen orgallized only
two n.ontls, an inipetus bas already
been given to buildivg and repair
ing in Whin-boro.
White Leno Stripes, Piques, Per.
c..les, Swiss mslia.S Striped and
Checked Naitsooks and a One line of
,ilk Parusols at Datneaberg & Co's.
The Rev. Mr. Jacobs will deliver
o lecture on the ihornwel' Orphan
ge in the Presbyterian Church,
Wednesday evening, -at S o'clock,
The public are iuvited to attend.
'OYt SouTn.-O,v. Chamberlain
.passed through our town'Tuesday on
li way to Columbia. The Governor
dias been -in attendance on the Con.
cord, Massaohusetts Centennial.
'SYGN imrmo.-The sign litters
-were again on the war path Tuesday
night, and several sign were changed
'froms on. place to another. Whnt
fun the%y .can see i-n giving their
elighburs trouble is a mistery to us.
Too ia-ny festivities going on at
present,for locals. When -the smoke
of battle olearsed, and our head be
comes level, we will endeavor to
calmly survey the field a.nd report
FIREMENS'' Jlt .TI -M-f. F. .Gerig
i-s now making Yery handso.me fire
mon.' bolts. Those of the Fai.rfold
Engine Co., whose belts are the worst
<rf the wear -can get a No. I belt.frem
M r. G. for -the nominal sum of a dol-.
Rtev. C. IL. Chiohetetr, p:itor -o
the 'resbyterirn 'Church of 'this'
place,.loft Tuesday for the North,
whore be expects -to remain f.e.r a few
weeks in order to Teertuit his healbh.
We wish this roverened gentleman a
pl'easant and benelicial :trip.
Our old friend D)onald Macoaulay
iCq., telegraphs us fromn Charlotte
that heo has secured rooms~ for 'the
Boro an?d Blaekstooks -boys during.
the centennial. We return thanks
to friend Mao., and assure him that
his kindness will be highly appre-,
R ET UR N OF TIIK PRo.DIG AL.-Sheriff
Duvall made his appearance in our
town Tuesday evening. As he step
ped from the train he was lustily
cheered by a large crowd of "the
boys." The Sheriff says he hxas been
in Gorgia under medical tre,itmnent,
Wh'1at the Court will do with his case
we -re unable toesay at present,
Th'le State Press association meets
in Charleston on the siXth of May.
Wo regret that this week being
Court we'ek will prevent our attend.
ance. The News and Courier was
mistaken in booking us as certain to
attend. Our acceptance was condi.
tiona). fiad the meeting taken
place at any other time we would
most assuredly have attended.
We regret to be called upon to re.
cord the death of Meiss Emma Me.
Moekin,, whioh ocourred at Monticel
Jo a few days ago. She was the
eldest daughter of* Capt. Hlayne
McM1eekin.anod was the idol of the
bousehold. At the time of her dea.th
she was in the fourteebth year of her
age. Her disease was pneuonina.
The bereaved parents have the sym
pathy of the entire community.
PERSONA L.-A 0 had the pleasur
Friday of meeting ex-Gov. M. L.
Bonham, in our office. The Gover.
nor in the ,picture of good health,
and reports overyt ing as in a p y
pering condition in his C<Aiity,
Edgefieid. Also Dr. T. C. Robert
son, editor of the Rock Hill Grange.
The Doctor tolls us that his little
"burg" and its surroundings have
gone wild on the Mecklenburg Cen.
The next issue-No. I 0-of "The
Sunny South" will contain a fine
engraving of Jno. Young Brown, the
Demothenes of Kentucky, and a
4triking, life size portrait of John
Mitchell, the Iri6h Patriot, with a
brilliant sketch of his life, by lion.
0. A. Locbrano, of Ga. Also, three
fascinating stories,- many brilliant
poems and essays, sparkling editori.
ils in the different departments, all
lie current news, theatricale, fashion
ictes, notices of now books, new
inusic, distinguirhod persons, &o.
Secure a copy.
Court met on Monday, Judge
Mickey presiding. Court opened at
aalf post twelve, ..and the Court
sbarged the grand jury. Among
Aher points he charged them to in.
resigate the conduct of Sheriff
Divall, and also to summon Troasur
r Cardoa and J. S. Fillebrown from
'olumbla to testify in the case of
[I. A. Smith. Further particulars
Ivill be given agnin. The most in..
>ortant cases to be tried this term
Lre those of Reason Gilbert for the
burder of Calvi.a Shodd, of J a.mes
.loore for forgery and Joe Davis for
CALICO BA..-The young gentle.
non of our town intend giving a
alieo ball on Thursday night next
t the Thespian Ball. Every lod.y
ttendiogis required to make a neck
ie from the sane goods as that from
vhieh -her drebs is maido, and deposit
aid neck&ti-e in a calico bag at the
loor. As soon as the Srat quudrille
s called the young gentlemen each
lraws a necktie from the bag,antO is on.
it-led to the Irest dance with the -lady t
whose dres i and the tie corresponds.
OVe understand tbut a fine band of
ousie has been engaged, and our
roung people say look forward to a
ON Dirs-1tnoFEwAy.-We under
atand that the real estate of our niew
mity has been asessed and amounts to
orty thousand dollars.a
At a meeting of thme city fathers
ast Monday night, Mr. Alex Walker
ras chosen Poliooman at a salary of
roar hundred dollars per Annum, .and
nill aisumne hi duties on Monday
aert in uniform.
The conoil have issued ord inances
prohibiting nuisances, firing of'arms
ad disordoa ly conduct within the
ilmits of jurisdiction,
A beautiful plat of the town has
been made by Calpt Howell Edmund
tud tastefully painted by hids estiwa
blo lady. We are promaised the Loan
>f.it, and will take pleasur'e in exhibit.
ng it at our oflee to the lovers of
hlre arts. Wec are glad to conunmend
the energy of the honorable council
We learn that a murder was comn
mitted Saturday morning in the
North-wosterna potrtion of Fairlield.
A. colored girl aged ten years had for
some tiame ppast been compelled to
nurse the infant child of her sister.
S3ho had several tim e's run away and
been sent back, alter being whipped.
On Saturday while every one else
was at chureb, she took the inf., nt,
carried it to McLure's creek, and
after divesting it of clothing, threw
it into a hole and drowned it. Upon
tho return of the mother, se arch was
instituted for the lost infant, and
after repeated interrogatories, and
upon the assertion of one of the by
standers that lhe could put breath
into the infant, the girl confessed her
crime andI showed the place whore
it had been commiittedl. T1he b)ody
was discovered and efforts were made
without avail to restora life. This
murder is singular on acounta of the
extreme youth of the murderer. TIhe
trial will be very interesting.
A severe tornado, acconmpanied
with hail and rain passed over. Co.
lumbia on Saturday afternoon at five
o'clock. Thme wind sprang up sud
donly from thme west, and in a few
moment' was driving blinding clouds
of dust through the city. Than the
rain began falling, not as rain Us1.
ally falls, but as it were it. sheete,
tossed in every diretionj ad often
leveling like a whirlpool. There
was general consternation, as even
larg6 bulidingsi'ob ab the Wheeler
House and the Central National
Bank building were shaken by the
force of the wind. For a few min
1'ts 41141itt0'oould be geen. But
attdr the "stdrn iad passed, great
dainages were discovered. The
steeple of the Prorbyteriau Church
that for many years. had towered up
to the height of 180 feet, was blown
ol, even with the roof. It was blown
from it's base and fell, the lower .or
tion striking the soutbin side of the
roof about midway, and the rest
crashing upon the wall of the eastern
aorner, i.tiioting serious damage.
Trhe damage to the church alote is
estiuated at five thousand dollars.
h Market was unroofed, and sever.
al wagons crush to pieces. The ttore
ind dwelling of Mr. A. 0. Squier
was partly d9stroyed, and the stock
in furuitute badly damaged. Air.
Squier m ill lose at leabt a thousand
Jollars. He is one of the most wor
hy citizens of Columbia, and can
lt afford to boar this lois. The
lepots of the 0. & C. and the S. C.
Railroads were unroofod, as was a
)ortion of the State House, and also
Dr. Woodrow's building and Carrolle
iarriage factory, besides numerous
>ther buildings. M1r. Kinard's resi.
lence and Daly's stable had their
Fables blown in. The Iron Palmetto
l1re, just repaired and placed in
rout of the State House, was pr.s.
rated and broken in three pieces.
enaoes were blown down and many
ine treos torn up by the joots, twist.
d off or denuded of their branches.
io lives were.lost.
This tornado passed through
;eorgia inflioting serious damiage.
lutledge a town of 300 inhabit-inte
vas destroyed, every house but the
J. It. depot being leveled to the
;round. Certain pottions of - North
Jarolina were visited .by the storm.
The C. C. A. R. R. near Granite.
ille was for a long distance either
>uried in sand a foot deep, or else un
Lermined. Air. Clarkion, the conduct
>r on the down train, was compelled
o walk six miles, lantern in hand be.
ore the train, inspecting the track.
le did not reach Augusta till II
0'elock P. AT.
Winnsboro was visited by a hail
term but no damage was done, and
we hear of none through the coun.
Win-sbore was censiderably en
ivened during the Vaat week. Capt.
W. D. Aiken returned home with his
ride, and was welcomed by two
pleadid entertainments, given by
U1r. Jas. R. Aiken und Capt. Pierre
Not only Winnsboro, but other 1o.
aalities were repre-ented. Among
le lady guests were Miss. W-- of
e nnsylvania, Miss L-of Char.
otte, Miss 3-- of Rock Hlill,Miss
a P--, i--- and 1B.- of
Theater and Miss P- of Wateree.
Uniong the gentletnan present were
CJxGov. Bloham, Capt. Thomas M.
aiyles, Capt. S. C. Boylsaon of
Jatarleston, Dr.W.C. Fisher of Colum
ia, R1. 8. Desportes lisq., and James
2. Davis Esq. of Ridgeway, Dr. C. HI
Uadd of Waterce, Me.-rs Gahbrai'h
and Meanas and Ma ter Roubi.-on of
hester, Capt. Iredell Jones and Dr.
P. C. Robertson of R.ck Bill,. and
air. Jordan of Abbev'ille. The pleas.
ire of the occasion was enhanced
by the presence of Mr. (G. C. B .cot
ad hsis eh.armuing young bride,whaijbut
,wo weeks before had abdicated her
position as one of the reigning belles
,f Chester to find a home in Winna
boro. Every preparation L a - ben
made by the host,, and both the en.
tertainmient given by M r. A ikan on
l'hursday evening and that by Capt.
Hacot on the evening following were
pronouinced complete successes. '
Comparisons arc odiousg we eannot
discrimainate. The ladies were aull
beauty, grace and winning smiled,
the gentlemen all gallantry and de.
votion ;although a few oirounutseribed
their devotion within bounds too
limited. But for this they eannot be
blaimed, liumnafi n iture is human
natur.i all over the wo rld, and for
each particular individual there is
hsis own bright partioular star. A
g.ood mlany allusions wera made on
each occnsion to Cupid and darts.
and eyesi and love as.d maoonshinae
and shattered hearts, but haaving never
beard of such tbings before we' are
unable to quote correctly, For will
we for the world reveal the
naames of the couple who were'delib.
crating what soirt of ring it should
be, or of thosec who discussed the
different matrimonial ceremonies, or
even of that poor innocent young man
who was endeavoring to persuade an
inoredulhous and oruel fair one that
he had never loved before. These
little episodes will happen, and the
world is all the bettor for thenm.
Iletween dancing, promenading,
flirtation and truo.teno leve making
the hours sped rapidly &way both
evenings, ani after wagnident Gol -
lations, the fes tivities were brought
to a loae, and the guests departed
In conolusion let us say that while
In so abueh beauty there was but lit.
tle chance-for comparidon, we think
the head of that young man was e
peially level when he whispered
softly to "smebody"
"They say thine eyes, like sunny skies,
Thy chierattraction form,
I see no sunshine in those eyes,
They take one all by storm."
To 0apt. Aikein and his sweet
young bride we extend our bet wish
es, und bespeak fur thou lvag life
On Thursttny evening we will bava
a calico ball, and a ple.smnut time is
expected. There is life in the old
NoLice of Land ielemption,
Foirield Counly, May 3rd, 1871.
N OTICE is hereby given to R.. Me ar
ley and his assigns, that the money has
been deposited in the County Tre-toury of
Faitfield C'ounty, for the re lemption of
one lot in the Town of Monticello. stiold
as tiho propelty of W. D. Richardson, for
taxev, irclh the 8th, A D. 187, mud
sAi Di . 18761.7,9
purobaed by the sail B. J, McCarley.
aPI 8-2wW. B. PE AK E.
The State of South Carolina
COUNTY OF FAItRFIF1.1.
In the Probate Court.
By JNO. J. NEM, Aeq., Probae Judge.
W IIEREAS, George W. Hatheock iath
made suit to me, to grant him Let.
ters of - Administration of the Estate and
effects of Hugh V. Robinson. deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singulipr the kindred andereditors of
fhe said hIugh Y. Robinson, deceased,
that they bo and appear before sue, in the
Court of Probate to be held at Fairfield
Court 1loie, 8. C. on the 8th day of
May next, alter publication hereof, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, to shew cause if
any they have, why the said Anainistra.
tion should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this 17th day of
April, A D. 1875,
JOHN J. NEIL.
april 20-ti x2 P. F. C.
3 Hhds. N. 0. Clarified
Sugar, 10 Bbl8. N. 0. Molass.
A former lot of th--se goods
have given generai satisfaction
GiTe Them a Trial.
BEATY BRO. & SON.
A Xx1' Ylats trimmed to orderby an
eL~xpeienmced Milliner, at reasonable.
rrtes, an d warranted to give satisfactIon
TiS largecst anu finest steak of Blaek Al
paca in this place.
A beautiful stock of Piques, Striped and
Cheekedi Nainsooks, Jackonaets. Swiss
iluaeiIns, &c. Notions and Trimmings in
great variety at
Sapril 6i J. Ii. UROW N'S.
In the District Court of the U. 8, for thes
l.istrist of 8. Casohmna. lu the master
of WV. S. itabb, Ba.nkrupt. At York.
tille, in the said Dhistrict, on the 2(0th
day of A pril 1876.
SI'l Take unotioe that a pet ition has
been filed in said Court, by W. s.
It bh, of Vairaeld Coun mty, in maid Diet ret,
-luly daectiired a Ilankrupt,undher the Act
oc U< ngress, entitled "An Act to establirh
a u.iformi system of~ Iiunkruptcy the ough.
out the United $tates," Approved March
2. 1867, for a d:scharge and certificate
thieuf, fromn all his debts and other
claims paro table under time said Act ; and
the toth day of Mlay 1676, at 12 It,, is
a signed for the hearing of' the samne, be.
fore W. I. Claw,a , one of thme Registers
in Ulnnkruptey oI said Coturt, at his office
in Yorkvilte, South Caroiua, when and
whete yosu may attend, and show eause,
if any -,onI have, whly the I rayer of the
sadg petitieos should not be'granted.
A-rassi R. M. WALACE
U. 8. Marshal as Messenger,
Dly T, W *cL..w,0x,
may l.saputy Messenger,
let the District Court of the U. 8. for the
Diistrict of' 8. Carolina, In .h. matter
of A. M, Newbill, Bankrupt. At York.
value, in the said District, on the 20th
day of April. 1876.
S1li:'Take notlee that a pelilien has
k been filed in said Court by A. M.
Newbill of FairAlcld couanay, In snad Di.
riot, duly declared a Bankrupt, under tht.
Act of Congress, ,ntlitd eAm Act te
essablisn a unifoerm my stem of hiankrapt
cy throuaghout the United States," Ap.
proved March 2, 1867, for a discharge
end certaiiate thereof, fromu all his debts
nutd other claim, provable under the said
Act ; and the 20th day of May 1876, at
12~ o'clock Mt., is assigned for the hearing
of the same, before W. I. Clawson, one of
the Rtegisters in Bankruptcy of said Court,
at his office in Yorkvil e, 8outh Carolina,
when and where you mnay attend, and
show cause, if any you have, why the
prayer of the maid peittion should not be
ATasT:B . MI. WALLACE,
U. 8. Mlarshal as Miesseager.
By T. W. CLawsom,
Dera y Messenger.
CUARLES LAsi, EseXts. denouu .4
all spirituous iquars as "Wet
Dammation." Poor follow t he knew
whereof he spate, by sad experience, and
if Hving,.would apply the name to Alco.
holho Ezeltauls, ad verlised as turealls.
But there is one Tonio and Alterniive In
existenee-the bent the world has ever
known-which contais no alcohol. It is
Dr. Walker's California Vinegar Bilera.
How TO [Warous Tux InsmanTY or
'ruM STaTs.-Keep yo,r money at home.
Do not ,end away for ap'ythlIg which you
can obtain as well here as elsewhere. We
do not advocate paying $4>for t lat which
you can buy abroad for even1 $4 00. but
when jou can buy your Blank llooka of
the'beit grad,. at prices as low as New
York. then, send to Walker, Evans &
Cogtwell. Chan lenton 8. C., itd ptirchase
whatyout need. All their Blank Book i are
mad* in Charlost on, and yone encoura e.
met will sustain a worthy wanu fautur ing
Dr. J. Walker's Calfbrnia Tin.
egar Bitters are a purely Vegetable
preparation, mado chliely from tho na.
tive herbs found onl the lower ranges of
tho Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor
nia, the medicinal properties of which
are extracted therefrom without the use
of Ale-obol. .Tho qiUestion Is almost
daily askd, "What Is the cause of the
unparalleled success of VilxoAlt IT
TA8Ms1" Our answer is, that they remove
the cnuse of disease, and the patient re
covers his health. They are the great
blood puriler and a life-giving principle,
a porrect Renovator and Invigorator
of the system. &Nover before in the
history or tho world has a medicine been
compounded possessing the remarkable
qualities of VIXXOAR BI-TTRas in heallnF the
sick of every disease man is heir to. They
are a gentle Purgative as well as a Tonle,
relIeving Congestion or Inflammation of
the Lirer and Visceral Organs, in Bilious
The Properties of DIL WALKER's
VINEoAR 1ITTKRs are Aporient, Diaphorotic,'
Carudnative, Nutritions, Laxative, Diuretio,
Sedative, Counter-Irritant, Sudorific, Altera
tive, and Anti-DilJoua.
It. It. MeDONALD &t CO.,
Dritqgiata and Gen. Agta.. Ran Frandefte. Cnlifinda,
and cor. of Wasington and Charlton Hts.. N. Y.
sold b, anl Iragglsts and Dealers.
INURE your property in either of th e
following companies via:
The L iverpool and London and Globe.
The Ilome Insurance Co. of New York.
The Franklin " " Philadelphia.
The AMlas, " " Hariford Conn.
Parlies wishing to insure Their proper
:y during tny absence will please apply
to W. N. Chandler.
april 17 1m JAS. W. L.AW, Agent.
Sale of Valuable Proper'ty.
B Y authority of a a act of the General
Anmembly, the County ('ommissionm
era of Pairulid county will oiler for sat.
at publio outcry. ons the first Mfonday ie
June next, at thme court house in Winnan
boro, the building nuw known ap occu
pied as the County Jail. 'i'ho lot upon
which said building id located, fronts on
Main street 112 feet 9 inches. anid In 104,
feet 11 inches deep. Thme buildiug is O8
feet long, and 36 feet 2 incihes deep, mnade
of brick aid atone, has thsree stories. and
is cowered with tin. It is sit uated in the
heart of the buasinoss portion of the Town
at the cutheast Itstetseollos of Alain and
Market streets, and is altoget her a high ly
desirable locatin for mereantil10 urposes,
Teres of sale i -Oats halt shb, time
balance in twelve muonths with interest,
seettred by bond and mortgage, the pur
chaser to py for all papers. For further
Ch. Co. Corn. FairAeld Co.
Dentist, Charlotte, N. C.,
RIESPECTFULLY informs the
Scitizens and publie generally
that he will sel W inneboro,
professionally, the 4th day of May, and
remain 8 or 10 days. Teeth extract ed
without pain. Satisfaction g uaAunteocd,
2ATO R. I
osiAness.4an I paI n the side, Solsetio;
mn for rbeuenatism, The stamnach is atfool
bowels in general costive, monelimes *
ith pain, anl dull, heavy s.entsations cou
a painful sensation of having left undone
Ofton complaining of weakness, debility
bovo atiend ite disoase and at other times
y the organ most involved.
"I h.ve never seen or tried such a
simple cioeeious, satisfactory and pleas
aat remedy in Uy lif."-11. 111Unes, 04,
Han. Alex. 1 Stephens. '
SA occasionally use, when my conditioa
requires it, Dr. Simmaons' Lier Regula
tor with good eeot."..-1on. 4.ex. 11,
Govarnor of Alabama'
'Your Regulator has been in use in my
family for some time. and I am pursuaided
it is at valuable Addition to tho mediesi
science."-.O9v. 1. Oill S .orter, Ala.
"I have used the iegulator in tuy fami
ly for hlie pasl sevenlteenl years. I can
safely ecommend it 1.9 ohe world as the
best medicine I have ever used for thait
class of disaseases it purports e ouro."
11. F. Thigpeu.
President City Bank.
"'Sialmoos' Liver IWegulator has proved
a good aud elMoacious nedleine.-C. A.
"We tfavo beent acequainted with Dr.
Bi8i,trons' Liver Media.ae for more tia
twenty years, and know It to be the best
Liver Regulator offered to the publio."
M. Rt. l,yon and II. L. Lyon, lJelletontaine,
"I was carel by Simnmous' Liver Regu.
lat.or, after having suilered several years
with Chills and Fever-"R. F. Anderson,
"A ITave boon a dyspetIe for years ; be
gnn the Regulator two years ago ; it ha
acted like a olara in my oaae."-Rev I
"I have given your medicine a
thorough trial, and is no case has it, failed
to give is.tisaction."-Ellen Meacham,
Sheriff Bibb 0ounty.
"I bave used your Rtegula or w3th suo
Dessful elroot in Billioull Colio and Dys
popsia. It is an excellent remedy and
secrtainly a public blessing."-C. Moster.
son, Bibb County Ga.
"My wife and self have used the Regu.
lator for years, anid tostify to its great
virtues "-Itev. J. Felder, Perry Ga.
"1 thiink Simmnons Liver Regulator one
Df ihe beit medicines ever mawe for the
iver. My wife and many others, have
ased it with woidelful eect."-E. K.
Sparks, Albany, Oat.
o-1 have used time Rlegulet r in my fami.
ly, also int mny regular practice, anal have
four.ad It a amost valuable and satisfactory
medicine, and believe if it was ulsed lby
the profession it woumld be ef servie is
very miany cases. I knowv very mutch of
Ls componuat parts, andm cersify its mnedi
Inal qualities are perfectly harmless."
.B.Qriggs, M. D)., Mnoon, Ga.
ini Boots& Shioe
M G ~Inl youri 'pOCket
at L-ind ekers
.at L~ t. akreu.
atLEt t ikers,
at Laa t <kers.
11 Qualities, at Landeckers,
id Sihapes, at Landeckers.
VD) GET THlE BEST
OF EVERY RIND FROM
"silver Skinm" Oninm 8ets for sale at, the
DRUG STOREIa OF
The Symptoms of Liver complaint are mi
the painl Is in the sioulder, and is mmstak
ed with the loss of appetite and slokqe.s,
lerating with lag. The head is tr4.tod w
aiderahle lois of memary. accompanie I witt
something wh oh ought to have been done.
and low apirits. Smtitmuees mnany of the a
very few of heni but t he liver In generall
Is warranted not to contain a single
particle of Mercury, or any injurious
mineral subilance, but is
containing those Southern roots and liert
which ai allwise 'iovidenco has placed
in countries whero Liver Diseases most
prevail. It will cure all diseases caused
iiy derangamestis of the Liver and 3ow
aimmona Liver Regulator, or Medloins,
is eminently a fainily medicine, and by
bting kept ready for immediale resort will
wive many an hour ofstiffering and niany
a dollar in lime and doctors' bills
After ower Forly Years I rinI it is still
receiviing the most unqualified testi.
nionials 10its virtues from persons of tI e
tighest character and responsibility.
Eminent physic.iane commend it ae the
'or consumpti .i, Ilef-lache. Pain in the
ihoulders. Diz.incss, Sour Stomnch, had
.:ste i the mouth, billious altacks, Pal.
>itution -of the f-eart, P1ain i the regions
of time Kidneys, despondency, gloom and
'otubodings of evil, all of wii%h are the
dispring o*a diseased Liver.
For Dyspesia or Indigestion.
krmed %Iih this antidote.all climates nn.l
haliges -of water and food may lie faced
vithout fear. As a lemedy in Malarious
'evers, Bowel Complaints, restlessness.
IT HAS NO EQUAL
I iR the cheapest, purest and the best
Fveaily Medicine in the w,orld
Iny n-) powders:or Prepared simmons Liver
tegu'lator un'less La our engraved wrap
er with Trade mar'k, stanp and signr.ture
abrokon. None other is geiuine.
J. H. ZEILIN & CO.
Macon, Ga., and Philadelehia.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Simmons' Liver Regulator.
For all diseases of time Liver,8Stomach anid
Spleen. As a remedy inm
Zalarious Fevers, Bowel Complaints,
Dyspopsia, Mental Depress1on Best.
lessness, Jau-ticei~, Nausen. Sick
Ifendche, Colic, C'onstipa
ion and1 Biliousnesms.
E't EERO_MT 'EUCE.a1
All the Best Goods,
All the Bl st Styles,
All the Best Patterns,
All th e Best Gaiters
All the Best Business|
AHl the Best Boots,
All the Sub)stan ti
All the Sizes al
FOR BIG AND
IGIVE US A VISIT A!
to e Editor of time Nm',ws.
Will youm please inform tour readers
that I have a positive
CURE FOR CONSUMPTION
and all disorder's of the Throat and Lungs
and that by its use in my practice, I
have cured hundreds of cases, and will
for a easeo it will not herefit. tindeedi, so
strong us my faith, I will scnd a Sasui
pie fr'ee. to any smufferer addlressingt
sne. Please .how this letter to any one
you may know who is suffering from these
diseases, and oblige,
DR. T, F. BURT,
april 97.Gm bO wilia t. No_ o.