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'We are not rosponilble for theopin.
cne of Coespondeuts.
omo . h omo
know of . ' r otphn00 fitce"
f00or o a fer
Lfvor (1riis lnu se r 10o4t ti
(excep p n )ath
49'9.es and Vifder . .$2.Q
Cro pos V l 'rfiold- re e
' Phe resbyterimn Booiety intend
h1a4ng a spelling bee 'Shortly.
There is to be another Spelling
Mat0h: in. 'Ohoster next Monday.
W4 have been cortrteously 'it,vited
to attend, but fear we will be una
'Me to accopt the invitation.
RMinember thatt Col. D. W. Aikon,
M4mtor of the State Grange, will
lecture to the Fairfield PAtrons in
Winnsboro ou the 26-h- istant.
G066L.-Wednesdav morning was
quite cool, and the chilly blast from
the nor.tl1eaat made one rel like put
ting od -winter clothing. We saw
on ian with an overcoat on.
A oruYn CIOSITY. - Matter
Elliott Ketohins ins a grown pigeon
thati4oovered with qaills, instead of
o_thep, resenbling very much a
.A6y man who.will invent a fan
iing and fly brus'ing machine that
willibi itself and allow a follow to
sliep leve long afternoonA will be
a public benefactor and a rich man.
Pio-NIc.-The scholars of Mt. Zion
Itnstituto, together with the pupils
of gtber echools around town, had
a Cpi3-ni0 Frid y at Cathoart's
mill. W0 understand the young folks
lail a snlefidid time.
M'. W. I. Doty left for Kentucky
on Friday where he will remain
until Fall. Mr. Doty bas . added
greatly to the prosperity .of .the
C6unty, and we will be gla4 to see
lid back with a flue lot of young
In reply to many. questions as to
the sense of thi Scarf local published
reqently, we wll'say that tie amount
of cents involved in that local will be.
f,und out t: calling on Flenniken ;nd'
blking a scarf. "Thre's Ir.illions
G V Us ,CR EDIT.-The G ree nville
News and Abboville Medium have of
lfto boon copying artloles frain our
rpbr. 'and giving credit to other
ypi. WVe hope these.journals will
take due notice of thre above and
govern themselves accordingly.
A large utpurber. of hands have [re
cently been discharrged from the C.
~& A. Rt. Rt. Those that have
been retained are working for lss
ges. N Brsibeca. urat be getting
aul5 with, the-road.
* nro's.. Flrom . all portions of tie
tdialityoro'ps a-r gane'-ally reported
d :I,'arge ,e'rops of .wheat and
eats wero planted and the yield is
elegant. Y'armes report good stands
of,60ogi .ud -corn, but we fear that
nuoit -el ont liateri wore p'artli to
Svsr.Lr DEE~r --We understand
that the Liod e of Good Temnplara in
tend haEng.ral aIIili inikeh next
Tuesday unighrt. Our editor is not
expected, consequently he cannot be
soonsed of .the pattialit~y that was
bhrust at hiin in the Chlester bee a
few da ago.
M ~onEi rtIndaVEll.T.--MeSars
Joo. P. Matthews Jr , and Frat.k
* ddfar6.*reppirigg atpnl insproveinig
their bulifings. Thue mu',pr~oements
that have been going on within the
pj few months looks very much to
salthere fi en t,he pg w
Av Tmxin Pout AoAr:.-We are
glad to be able to etate that Captain
portes and Lybrapd, dil of #homr
a a 4ft edstly i lieen en 4he aick liat,
ae rda ble t be at their plaoeu
et bustqoMpp ;h
Ai'berg i. .p old Jasy 'livltig ter
mile. from WVinnsboro, who -ghough
.ixthpoeyqr a, haa 'ievat see;
the town. She bas never bebn able
(1 ti tb4e6 eong "0h why war
Auditor Peake bas appointed Jao.
A. Deosportes Esq, ,and Capt. J. R.
Boyles to asiist him in taking returns
,ab herefore 49
Wad4 to them. 1r1 r. esportes is
Aoated at Rldgeway, and Cipt.
GJoyles operates in the wgstern pQr
The store at Ridgeway formerly
gecupied by Hog4uanI9 M're Is be
ing moved from its location in the
middle of the public squ-tre to the
eastern side on an alignment with
the other stores. This improves the
appeltrabel of the.plaCe.
G Guv. Chimborlain ban presented
through Hon. W. D. Porter aflag
to be borne by the Washington Light
Iifantiy of Charleston at the Butker
UJill Centennial. W o have no doubt
but thet-e brivo Charlestonians, will
bear it as i bly as ttoy did the
Confederate flag daring 6eiatae uli
pleasantner's while they were igling
under nguqkton and Gtity. .
It is -said the sixth ciro ult is the
only In which oonvitiois 'for receiv.
ing stolen agricultural pioducts have
been made. Th.i.s -peak k well for
th j dge, jurie and soliuitor. It is
lieginning to be a part of the unwrit*.
-tt) av#of thisoircuit that the price
tf buying stolen cotton or corn ranges
frot.five to one thousand dollars.
County Treasuror Nelson was busy
nearly all day yeaerday paying
obool claims. The - Treasurer
apportioned I the amounts to
ench ehool district, as the law
directs so as to give the holders of
school claims a fair a owing. About
$2,100 were put in circulation. We
hope the like will occur often during
the dull season.
Mrs. Aw-lrew McMeekin of this
o >unty died ist week it oi - extren.e
o d age. We are informed that* he1r
husband, who survives her, and her.
self lived in wedlock sixty one years.
Mr. McNeekin is the sale surviving
niemtber of Capt. Kincnid)t Company
which volunteered from Fairfield in
the war of 1812.
A capitalist, representing one of
the leading houses in Charleston
havitig beard of the -inancial. pros.
perity of the Wiinsboro Joint 8took
bowling alley association, lies pur
chased a share, the only oei for sale.
This was only. put on the market by
Mr. Doty becaise be will leave in a
few days for Kentucky. Another
div dead of fifty per cent will sooo be
Major G. II. Miller of Fairfield
who has had long experience in the
busin~ess designated by his name,
sa that rdAs may be pr'evented
from injuring wheat. or oats, either
threshred or in the sheaf, by a liberal
use of elder leaves. 'lie has tried
thnis receipt for years and finds it
efifec tu a.
1t is also saidi that pumpkin or
squash learv,es, burned in, a roomi
will make Blies "git up an' git."
Prance out a few pumpkin leaves.
Dx.Ir or' A CON FEDER A TK Sot.'
Dl Ea.-A private dlespatah, receivi d
yest erday says the Columinbia Pi.onix,
arnnounces the death, in Wash ing
ton City, after a lung illneos, of Mr,
Samrnol B. Bunch, a formoer resident
Of Colunmbia, and a faithful soldier
in the Confederate ar my. Hie was
severely wounded anid reported kill.
ed at Gettysburg, arid a .funeral..ser:
vice was performed to his mnerrory in
the lBaptist Church in this eity
l'oor Samuel was'abut to be married
to a young lady its C2ol umbia, rand the
blow will fall with gre,at seoverity
Apditor Peao..* .nnd Treasure'
N'els->n- went to Columbia Tuesday
endl.had a ina. .settlement with the
Sate. Tlhey represenrt that affairn
are veor,y. strietly ~uianaged at thi
State tressury and Comrptreller'
office. A n error of two mills bav.
ing lten discovered in the settle,
mint, ik. was traced back to the
books of the former Auditor and
reotifigd, It is to he hoped thal
while the State offHeials arc straining
at gnats they will swallow no carn
llama, colored, between nine and Lt
years of age was brutally whippec
and burned lyy a colofed inan, natued
F?rank WrighL, a far.oor,noar Glia
dens, 8. Os The boy WVllams, wai
istin a Gryl ow cond ition5 etartes thai
F~rank. Wrigh became enreged: with
him one night week before last, oni
acocount of atiact done that b,e eois.ld
not-avoids as he was quite unwell
Wright rose from hts bed, sind afte
taakrna big oldest son tie the hos
place and pushed hi.m down Into the
fire with. bis,(oot ;,4o.i, tpOk bm
into the barn, tied him up, ad wip
p6d - him-severely, The wife of
rank Wright, Uought; h O,4y,:t1
this citygyesterday. and deivered
himi overto-hir mother, ..oy
is literally covered with' wbete i".
flicted -with the lash, and tIs severe
ly b%:rped .U. 40Veal *.pa,rt,k g( his
body. ie waS bound A an apjre
tios to Frank Wright by his mother.
Had Frank Wright be-in a white
democrat tho UnionIerald -would
have had'a flaing article keadei
"Ku.Klux in Riobland," "Fifteenth
Amendment Ignored," "01l Rightm
11111 Trampled -under Foot," &.
But, "buoh is life."
The fo19wi*.g.e ia qs ar4*.put
to the -world about forty. yes( -4goi
and no answer given br-a ever .b4i
perfoe&y Vatisfnotory.. We gy!e.fI
for the benefit of ingenious enigma.
To five and five and Rffy-fBe,
The f rst of letters add i
Twil I make a thing Ih-va killed a king
And drove a wise man mad,"
The only answer we have ever
seen is "axe." But we confess that we
are ignoi ant exactly how this answer
i .obtnined. The enigma is said by
stom to have reference to the exe.
oution of Charles lt, and the con
staut dre%d of death experienced by
We give also a mathematical pnz.
zle which has been going the round.
"A merchant, Smith, sold
Jones a pair of boots for ive
dollars. Joijes tenders a fifty dollar
bill. Swith has no money in his
drawer and goes - to Brown who
changes it. J ones departs with the
boots, and forty-five dollars change.
Afterward the bill proves to be coun.
terfeit. and Smith has to redeem it
with fifty dollars good money.
What did Smith lose 1"'
llere is another.
"A s'ells a horse to B for $55, and
buys him back for $50, and sells him
to C for $60. What are his profits on
thiv transuction V -
The piewium for the best ntswere
to the. atbo-o will be a watermelon
fromii somebody else's patch.
Auditor Peake has courteously
furnished us with the tollowing table
showing the amount' of taxable
property in each township during the
present fitcal year. The assessinout
now making for next year, beinA
merely of person.l propeity, will not
vary the amount to any greav extent.
As the school districts and toiinshipi
are,. ooterminous, the table givei
bdlow will srvo as skuido for the
assossmient of a local tax for sohools,
We also annex a list of children -in
Ouch distriot within the soholastic
age. Ve advise all parties interest
e-l to preservo tis table for future
reference. We omit the -een'ts.
I $319. 039 600
2 888,882, 690
8 840,622, , 678
4 921,997, 780~
6 112,1556, 831
8 146,676, M
* 7.. . 130,110I, 179
8 252,714, . 6 13.
I0 160,105, 829~
11 183 82b, 8R4
12 261.948, -600
13 298,600, 6-16.
$ I,756,987 ,7I
The above doo8 not include the
assessment of corporations wvhich are
retuarned in No. 4. In ,this eobneo
tion we will remind our friends that
the school la w provides that no patt o-l
the State fun' shall he apportioned
to any schiool diatriot th't fails tc
levy a tax. This rule lhas not here
tofore been obe3 cd, but: it is thie law
' The county boaird of examineri
are also conaidering -the proprNlty
of not permaitting publico oehooils tc
open. before. ianu.ary 1874, excep'
where a local tax has been levied
This wvill be dono to prevEn6 Noe au
dumulation of debt eonse<ioenig tpor
running uschonia so many months befdra
the Stato- apportionmea,t is made.
It is ut.eunstit#tlonaIgo levy any 4d
ditlonal poll tax for educationa
purpoes .The .local tat must ti
l'evied on real anti paysoidaI prope.
T F[ copartnership herstofore ets
niame or Ieanneaberg &J)o.. Wi. dissotted~
on thes 8th Inet. Mr. R, I,. Dannenb0rj
'till continue the business at the oh
stand and settle pteatr:f AC
- PHN. DANNENB3ERQ.
-Buck Eye Blee-!Ave
ONN W E000?58 & DO, ia
- osfrthe eouatheof;pi ea
Ch ater, off'er j$' seat *IgUa to,.ak
deuse the sa* with sample kiY fe
a*10.l%. Apply at on.. sad he ready
U^ah,s LAN,.-6AssXisti. denouno d
all -sprto-m t
.DaM0AloA$11 ' r, Jhow be know
who.of b ziaOsrltev, tut
It l1ving i lip fie-gamn iAed.
tn avetised as (Ittrealls.
Slhere I one Tonlo sd Alternacive in
4xWbenet-the bet &b world ban ever
kno -which ooetIs so alcohol. It is
U&i*4raIa V.negar Ditterp:
..HOw TO RsTO13 Tiuis ParsalT or
T*1 9 TT.-Keep-yoVr money at home.
D9 1ot ,1pen awa rpr apythi9i which you
can'ob;ilh4 ll1 h&Prf a,.dwbor.W
d not advocate p-uyla i f thatwhich
y u oan buy abroad r even 64 90. but
en you can boy your Blank Bookt or
the beit grade. at prices as low as New
York. then, send to Walker, Evans &
Cogawell, Chat leetn 8. C., and probuse
what you need. All their Blank Eooki are
ail in Charleston, an d your enootrage.
inet will suslaiu amort hy wanufa turing
Dr. 3. Walker's CaliforniaThi.
r 1itters are a purely Vogetable
aration, Made oblody fom th a
Ito herbs found on tho lower ranges of
to Sierra-Novadan ountains of Califor
nIa, the niedioinal proporties of which
aro oxtractod.thoreirom without tip use
of Aloohol. .. The ietieon Is maost
daily askod, "What is the cause of the
uiparacolod sudcess of VIsOAn t.
TRnS" Our answer I,. that they removv
(ho cnuse of diseaso, and tho'pationt ro.
%overs his health. They are the great
blood purifier and a lifo-giving principle,
a .porlect 26povator and Invigorator
of the .6yiten .Nover befor-in the
history of the world hass. aediolno boen
compoundod possessing the remarkable
qUanties of YINEGAB 1ITTRaS in healing the
se;k of every disease man is heir to. They
are a gontlo Purgativo as wel as a Tonio,
relieving Congestion or Ibfammation of
the Liver and Visceral Organs, in Bilious
Diseases. t ,
The properties.-O It. WALI'S
VIMxUoAR nTTRs are Aperient,. Diaphorotlo,
Caruinutive, Nutritious, Laxative, Diureto,
BSedativo, Counter-Irritant, Sudorifio, Altera.
tire. and Anti-BIlious.
U. 1l eoDONALD & CO.,
Druggists and Gon. Agts.. S8 Frapoiswo.Cqalorna,
.ani cor. of WaWngton obrton ate. W. Y,
Sold by U Druggslets and Dealers.
- ObLIIi0ARY ARD
A Full Corps-of Able Professors.
Complete- oufft. of- A rni, -Apparatus,
Met., for tiatough Miental and -pliysical
trainingi Lootion noted for healthrul
nons. and ptisesulng Railroad and Tele.
graphlo faoli4tee. (Por Illustrated Cat
logue apply to Principal.
VthieaIens erFaIrfield Couii
11X firi. of Pan&enberg 4 Co, ..hA
beau dissolved by' mutuAf consent The
undersigned ctanot olt to tondtor.
his thanks to thb dititetts' it genoral f&Y
't'he liberal patronage bestowel on the
firm,- a'd-'as it o suceor, hopos, -by the.
pastl'be1;nation, to meet :with the same
.n0our qedi.i . -H e a$u'roe .the public
Iliat he wiWf nd osor'o pleaso and treat
with politopois, l'espbot anO fa,it dealihg
hill t61O6 Who 'givo 'lid~i 4oai. Ilaving
made arrangements wit certain large
houses his New' York~ and Balthuore, ho
intends te oa#ry i~ ra-ger and anw>e comn.
plsto stook- thani ever bdf'ore. With thu
mnotto. of qqlok jeales anl sisali profits, I
i'emain youry respe@Lfu~ I3y
- E. . DANNEN821te.
June 15..1x1- -
-gVxx -.'iRTY YSA RSEXPMRIRNc
IN M%M WATOIT AND 0100K
- 01D sund Filver Watces, (theavery
best iime keepers) Solid Gold Chains,
holl Plated Cbains. lings and Siver luo
Chains, whiob I-auatantee. Also, Breast
Pine Collar and Shirt Buttons of all des.
criptionsi. A set of beautiful Clooke, 1 ]to
"n beat them ? Repairing done in a
workman-iko manner. batisfaction guaran
doo 15 R ' MULLER'
Notice to 8chool Trustees.
Orricgr Sen oo.)LCoStissioxt
B Y an not approved March 0th 1871,
it. is provided that -an annual mot t.
Iug of each school district shall be held onl
the last Saturday In June of each ynar at
12 o'clock M. &4oiloo of 'he ituo and
place being given by tite olevk of the
board of Trustees by posting written or
printed notic-s in the publio placed of the
district at least ten days before th.- mo1,t..
ing.' It also provides that at such meet
ino th inhabitants qualified to vote at a
oni eletion4awfully assenabiled shtall
hav-i power to appoint a ohairw,an. to ad
jour froul tinte to t'mo, and to choo.c a
clerk ; ffho shall possess the qualifoation
of a voter and to raise by a tax in addhion
to tie sulus apportioned by the Stale for
schools, fuatther slims of money not ex
ceeding thres dollars for -ery child iu the
distriot between the agos or' six and six.
teen, said oum to be collected by the
County Treasurer, subj .ct to hile or lor of
the trusteos, conteasigned by the 'n iiais
stoner, to be used as shall be agreed
upon at the weeting, either for solaries of
teachers or for the erection or repn ire of
school buildings, or payment of lawful
debts, together with othet powers as will
be seen on reference to te act above mten.
You are therefore instructed to an.
nounce such meetings in your respective
disisicts on Saturday the. 26th June at
12 M. at such places os el-til be agreed
upon by the respective boards of trustees.
The clerks.of the respective boards will
call at my office for blanks and instrtc
June 8 t8 16 x9 10 Sahool Oommissiont-r.
A UDaToa's OFFroit,
FAirti, COUNTY. 5. C.
May 22d, 1875.
OTICE is hereby given that .he olice
of tbe County Auditor of Fitirtieid
County at winnsboro will be opet inl ac.
cord. noe with law fron& hile 1t .ay of
June to the 20th day of July, 1875, to
receive the returns and tnake the asisess
ments of the personal property of staid
county together with all Polls l'ctween 21
and 50 years of age.
Section 10 of the Tax acts as atnicded
requires that every person required by
law tolist property shall annunily between
the Ist day of June and the 20th day of
July, .make out and deliver to the
Auditor of the county in which tho
property Is by law to be returned for
taxition a staterment, verill ed by his oath
of all the real estate which haits been solu
or tr6nsferred a\noe the last liuatat of
pl.operty for which he was responsible.
and. to whotn and Af all tho personal prop
erty possoaseel by him or u nder his con.
trol on the lit. day of June of ilant year,
either-s -owner, age it, parent, hu-hanad,
guatdian, exa.sutnr, Adninistrator. Trits.
toe;-. rficeivet, offlcet. factor, holder and
hIt -asocAntioniL, companIes and corpora.
tions re4uired 'by law to lit -with the value
thereof on said lst day of June, est inating
according to the rules prescribed by law.
All persons who fail to make their returns
and list their property within the tine
prsclbedl by law, thae,penalty of 60 per
bett,1W1I'l a'Llb6b ain'h'b ef'rocit.
W,1ii. PEA KI,
my2-wAuditor Eairfield Counat.y
THE GREAT REMEDY i'On
Which tah be cured b)y a
timely resort to this stan4d.
ard prep-aration, as has been
proved bythe hundr~eds of
testim~onials received by the
proprietors. It is acknowl
edged by maniy prominent
hvsiolIaus to be the most
reliable preparation ever' i
troduced for the relief and
cure of all Lung complaints,
and'is offered to the public,
sanctioned by the experience
ofoer forty years. When
r'esorted to im season it sel-.
dom falls to effect a speedy
ent'e in the most severe
oases of Ooughs, Bronchitis,
Croup, Whooping Congh,
Tnfinenza, Asthmna, Colds,
Sore Throat, Pains or Sore
ness in the bhest and Side,
Liver Complaint, B3leeding
ut the Lun S, &c. Wistar's
Balsam does not dry up a
Cough and leave the cause
behind, as Is the case with .
tuost preparations, but it
loosens and cleanses the
lungs, and allays irritation,
thus aemoving the cause of
A LL parties - having claims aganst
bannenbeg a Co.,'trill present the
.ame at aes. - .a CO,
. tin. 16.-J
The Symptoms of Liver oomplaint are u n
the pain is in the afloulder, and is mislak
ed with the loss of appetite and siokneas,
toiating witl lax. Tho head is trobled w
%idorabl loi if mrmory, acompanie4 wit
something whlh ought to have been dono.
and low npirits. Somelimes many of the a
very few of them but ihe liver is generall
Is warranted not to contain a single
particlo oV Mercury, or any In3trious
minerul substance, but is
11lUP,t VEG'E7'A GRLIA
containing those8outhern roots and lle'hs
whitii n allwlse Vi ovidonce has placei
in conutlies whero Liver Dismso most
prevail. It will curo all disonses onused
,.y derungineamts of the Liver aud Bow
Simions Liver Regttlata, oir MediOine,
is eninently a famnily medicine, tand by
b.ing kept ready for immediate resort will
save many an honr of'suffer'ing Aid many
a dollar itn ti-ne and doctors' bills
At-er over Forty Years trial itis stIll
receiving the mott unqualifled testi
mionials loits virtues from persons of th o
highest. cl.araeter and responsibility.
Enineit physicitias commnend it as t,he
for c:,1nsumpli mn, fieadace. 1ainl in the
shoulders. Dzzintms, .Sour Stoninch, ,ad
tsie i-.N the noui h, billions atacks, Pul.
pitutiou of the Itart, -Pain .in the rrgions
of the Kidneys, de.pondenicy, gloom and
rotebodingys of evil, all of iWh are(i the
off."pring ofa diseased I,iver.
For Dyspesia or Indigestion.
Armed mith 1his antidtote all climates and
chahges of wator and food say be faced
without fear As a teniemdy in Malarlous
Fevers, Bowel Complaints, restlessness.
IT HAS NO EQUAL.
It is the cheapest, purest and lte bost
Fhaily Medicino in tie ivorlid.t
Tny n powders'or Prepared gimmons Liver
tegulator unless in our engraved wrap
per with Trade mark, staip and sigurturo
unbroken. None other is goniute.
J. If. ZEILIN & CO.
Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia.
FOR SALM BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Sill1n10118' Liver ReguIlator.
For all diseases of the iAver,8Stomnach and
A f;leeni. A s a re-mmedy in
Malarions Fevers, Bowrol 'Oo0mplalnts,
D)yspsspsia , Menial Deipres~isi Rest
tesasness, ,Jandico, Nausea, Hick
)/eatdche, Colic, Constipa
tion and Blliotrness.
S00T A lT D
A LA'1GE 'AND WVNLL
'rny 18 S. In
Couriet - Journmal
("onlir.ues for the prebent year its habera
arrangement, whereby, on the sut. a
D)ecenmer, 1876,11 will distribute -impar
*ially among 'its subscribe'rs,
-in prefsifs, cornprisinig teVole hiindred
nseful and beanatiul as'tiales.
The Courier.Journal Is a long-outablish.
ed. live, wide.awako, progressiw'o, newey,
bmrighat and spicy paper.
No other paper offers such lndocomnents
to subscriber's anN club agent's, Oim'btlars
with full p'trticulars and speoimen copies
sent free on application
Terms, $2.00 a year and liberal ofrers to
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A.ld'rtbs, WV. N, il At,DEMAN,
Pres. 't,ouisville Cotsrier..7ttrOal Co.,
losiuessand pain ti tihe) side, sometim
on for rheumatism, The stamoh is alfo
bowels In general ostive, sometimes a -
Ith pain, and dull, heavy snsations con
1i painful sensation of having left undlone
Often complaining of weakitess, debility
bove attend tho disease and at other tiies
y the organ most involved.
"1 have never seei or tried such a
simple offioacious, satisfactory and pleas.
ant romedy in my life."--I. Ilaines, St,
Lo uti, Mo.
Hon.:Aex. R. Stephont.
"11 oceasionally use, when my conditdom
requires it. Dr. Simmons' LIVor Ilequia.
tor with good etyot."-Hov. Alex. Il-.
GoveTnor of Alabama
'-Your Regulator has been in 'so In my
Ifmily for some timc, and I am pursanded
it is K villuablo addition to the medical
soicnece."-G.v. .1. Gill 8.ierter, Ala.
1"1 have used the Regni'lator in my fami
ly for te past -oventeen years. I can
imfoly recommoud it to the world as the
best medicine I have ever used for that
class of diseases it purports to outro."1
H.j F. Thigpon.
President Oity Bank.
"Simmons' Liver Regulator lan proved
a good and offloacious racdicin0,"i--U. A.
"We have been ntoqtutaintel with Dr
Sinmons' Liver Medio.no for more thant
twenty years, and know It to be the host
Liver Regulator offerod to Lite public."-.
M. It. I,yon and II. L. Lyon, Bollefontains
'I was c'urod by Simmons' Liver Rega
laor, after having suiftered sove ral yoarj
with Uhills and Fover-"R. F. Anderson..
"I 1ave'boan a dyvpetio for years ; be
gan th'o Ilegulater two years ago -; it hI
acted like a charm in my caso."-Itov. J
"I have given y our medicine a
thorough trial, and in no case has it failed
to give satisf'action."-ElIlen Meacham
Sheriff Bibb Cairntw.
"i 'have used your tegula.or with sa.
oessfdleffeot;in lliious 0'1o i d Pys
pepsia. it is an excellont rettedy and
certainly a public blessing."-0. Mastor
son, Bibb County Ga.
rb aife nd self havo used the Regu.
latur rw y o trs, and testify to -Its great
virtues."-.Rov. J. Felder, Perry Ga.
"1 think gimmons Liver Regulator one
of the best medicines over maue -for the
Liver. My wife and many ot'hors, have
used it ivith wondetful effect."-E. K.
Bpa,rks, Allstmy, Ga.
"I have used tie Regulotor in my iffitni.
ly, alho in my rogular practice, andI have
foum,d it a m'ost valuable and s'tisfactory
edicino, and believe 1[''t was usaed by
e ,profession it would be c'f service in
'many eases. '1 know 'very much of
fsuponnt pmrts,'amnd'crt ify its medi
-unties are perfect ly harmes."-..
iggs, M. t ., Manoon, Ga.
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