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TRURSDAY. October 18, : 1s 1888. ti
Aew AdvrvtsIement9. b
Wizard Oil Coice'tv.
Short.Crops--J. M1. Elliott, Sr.
Master's Saje-John,T. Solbels, Mas- fA
ter for Richland County. tU
E.0en1 Deiers.,- . --,
S-Mary Gaines, the colored wginan
;who .as so sqIlPusIy burned on Sunt- S
,day, the 14th Inst., from the keroseno
explosion, Is thought to be slowly re
covering. . c
- Therewas quite aisudden c.liange in
the weather oil last T'u'esday Iight, and
Vednesday tnorpi.ug was reported cool
anid chilly 'oll over-the c'ont. cool
ovrtecounty. It Is
1pretty generally believed tht.t there b
would have been frost hAd It not been. 2,
cloudy. ', ii
--Messrs. R. J. McCarley & Co.
have pnoved into their.ngw niachbinory
hall, 'hu a-e now ,qplic ncel'y and
.confortably artanged tr- business.
Theyproui)ls to do a thriving business c
(urink bhe fall, winter and sprliMg i
-Messrs. R. J. MOCarlv & Co. are
irepared to buy or sell Future Con
tracts for any parties wishing to oper
ate In this line. All business coifiden
tial. We receive press dispatches four
times a day and will keep our custom- a
era p9sted. Oct 16-Ptf*
---Qtlte a respectable delegation left
th1e Tiro on yesterday to attend the
fair In Chesite4*, a liuinber went pp on i
Tuesday morning and a still greeter b
number will go up to-day. Thursday
is the great day of the fir, aid all Who c
can should tear themselves away from
home and go It least for one day. The 0
Pall to-night promises much in the way
of social excitement and pleasure. Let
'he young men in town see to it that
the young ladIcs get oi lin time to
'represent Winnsboro at the Central
RELIolous NoTICE.-The Rev. R. W.
Sipiders, .of Chester, will assist the
pastor of tfle Winnsboro Baptist church
jn a meeting of several days, begin
ninig oii Sunday, the 21st inet.
TimE COTTON MARKET.--The follow- 11
ing are tle quotations for Wednesday: 0
ood iiddling....... .....0 p
Strict low middling.......... n
Low middliufnk..................9 1i
AmON1G THE JUSTICEs.-Thc prelimi- s]
nary examination in the case of the I
State vs. Robcrt TIidwcll, charged with ri
an assault with intent to kill, was held o
bef'l Jnstice lieil on Wediiesday. 0
Col. Jas. II. Rioni appeared for the tu
pr-osecution and Messrs. McDonald & (I
D~ouglass for. the dlefcndatnt. The dle- ti
andl(ant gave bond to await trial at the c
Februtary tertly of the Court of General "
Sesosand ivas discharged.
ECO'To(N lLN'T En(s' A SSOCI. t
TION .-Gove rino ' r oni soni has ap
p.ointeil Genera!. John Iliratton and1(
Major T. W. Woodwar-dtirpresent
irildcunty aft ie meuting o the p
Cot'onaPhing ~it.ionvn n w htl b ich 11
tme(leate irkhmy Mgo. on thesr 21nt
the Noeb1 .Thst.eio ret
ol hi ~ih u emi hd.- i heeic n moadei an
wt fei oconkdto Mith at te A.ntleienc
applinte wC'iiiii ag rt'rn t the rs
I ive, eleientii of the countye 'n'lie hap-y I
poch in(i oneneo wi andit an ic
dCiiiin lt ' is~tem hope that bothi
thle 1sf I t ro' hhe.M' oi
Iln nEL.--st . i Flv ids Pote t
fThel eren waslcd pefomui the t
l'Side viiceo Mr.l ad Mresa. t6nr
lleise, edits 'is fte yoiride.brie ~llp
pai arrived in Wisboo on then
- rids ndnetve of th6 groom.sfte.M.Jh
OHr Propst.' On few frindof he
amilyCere. oi:ccr t thel ogien
in ths 'renjoydbHll and pneaat tay
al yrset The erl tig.ide ofl t
- lprss wemed thWinnsberogonythee
friendsle and relanve of iin~ groom.
Outtricngratulatmicos. taih t ey
xCe'NeET.- and t will btes gpve
ev' ne Tospake Ha fen hour Sa ur
(lnigt athe faose watdh i o
pamisio wilhe genracrtyivms cethe
ress,~ wheats fify ce t to are
I)'ldtat trngThe musiciis.Oiaidito be
oxcehantrsa andd wtle ougtlesspa
(teveraond toc take an) hould atr
dagmnggtad Ito s e what' the iz
at f wll cuve tosa anc oul Thl
camso willh bei twenty-five otets,
reservee aetIsement It asth e.
prosumdta. h iar i ilb
onA han foIsLe, .an theayubl me,
the prapid ofe we' mJn shouldatr
ofmembe thas i' em'dr te kil
bth nth-bo und pastangaerously at
tcrssn wthIn the~ arm or' the..
Ise. De. adertsent i wnter
.riin sMvta ILo- the luabole' mules
6the roperty Dr.n theR Mcl'astr
oftrhck pace, as run see er caiTi klsled
byvth thenot-onpasge train Js aatecosig
*The crosshig in 'rnt of the mule.
Elio's resenc lthe ~ outskerts or
twns 'on ednsy Hitrand teyk.
gn'o the highway aliovng the~m rtaaroad
track, and as* it sem. at nclin
* . * .
two, WS a 6tior Was IVe Y
rown fror the track an .Vmewhat
jured. 'fho ono killed Vas valued
r the owner at $176.
TimE S1d6&Ls IN FAIRFICT.D.-Tile
lowing facts and figures concerning
,e schools in Fairfield county will 6e
1 interest to our readers generally:
1o total number of schools under the
ipervislion and Inspection of the
.lool Comm i ssioler agg:egates at tihis
nol0 88;~ w.bito male children, P7J;
bite femi 1.844; coldred male, 1,628;
iored male, 1,i9s.; total number of
ite children fi attendance, 1,816;
tal number Pf colord,. 3,447;, total
unbor of male .childre'n, filuding
oso of both colors, 2,600; total num
m of female, includig both colors,
6663; the total nuiber of all children,
cluding both colors and sexes, aggre
Ites 5Y263:. It will be seen froan thQ
pres abgye given tibnt a)mong the
bite children the males exceed the
males in number 128; among the
iored children the female attendanco
larger than the i'nalo by 194; ,the
uniac, incliting both white and black,
Cceed the male attendance by 63; and
ere are 1,632 more colored children
w attending the public schpolsin tHill
uinty tlip wlhites-ntca:ly double the
amber of white children. Since the
Ivent of the Democratic party into
wer in 1876 the iuinbcr of schools
id of pupils has steadily increased
ith each successive scholastic year,
io County Board of Examiners are
caming more and more rigid in the
lamination of applicants for teachers
rtiflCates, and the, happy effects of
us raising the 'standard of qualifica
>nsare now seen almost daily .in the
n'a'gement and conduct of the pub
schools throughout the county.
eachers are being better paid, pupils
o being better taught, and parents
-e becoming better satisfld wjith tile
orkings of the public school system.
CiJEsTER AGLOW.-A special dip
itch to the .Vews and Couricr, of the
'th inst., concerning the Fair now it
'ogress in Chester, says of tile liy,e
ock exhibit: "The entries in this dd
irtment-have not all been iade, but
iere is already quite a .crpditablo dis
lay of horses, cows, sheep and hogs.
i)pre ar1e quite a number of blooded
Alres, stallions and iflhcs on exhibl
on by Mr. Tirier, of Fairfield, who
Is iso a flue lot of J'erseys and Ayr
ires. The sheep display is very fine,
ost of the well known breeds bein
iprecsented. Tie Chester White hogs
I Mr. Withers, the Poland China pigs
Moses Benson are fine specimet of
mcir rcs)eCtive breeds. 'ho poti try
~partment is also very interesting and
me numbe~r of' entries is very great."
f the ladies' part in..the afihir, it says:
1'lie ladlies, too, as well as the md
mar an. important part in conutributing
the sW9ess of tihe h'ie. They pre
ntt as memorials of their handiwork
me11 of the most interesting articles
at exhiition, jullies, preser'ves, cakes,
ie;in fact, everything in the culi
ry line henrs testimnony to the thrift
' on1r1 hionsew ives, (vhile the nen'dl&
or'k depart menti sp~eaks ini the most
'reible mannmer of' thme indu mstry of' ouii
'inn1g ladmies. T1he f'ancy wor'k is in
me mocst dazl/z'ling colors and of' the
tiest innterials. I cannot refrain fr'oir
tentioing the display mamde by Mrs.
.B. Massey of our' town. It is alike
'edlitabile to her andtt anl or'anment to
me iFair." Chester' is liow crowded to
verilowinig, and the Fair' promises to
e all that t he most. sanguine ever at
IIv time anticipated.
T~xo ''Gate City."
A gentlemnan from Atlanta, Ga., says
hat If. all imedicine wvas as pleasan~t us
ornman's NeutralizIng Cordial, he would
ot tumnd gett~Ing sick. Thait Is wvhy Nor'
an's (Coriah 1s so) poplar. Even thme
mn11 gest children are as fonid of It as sugar
Let the God Work (Go On.
Messrs Crow & liodg~ers, Merchanmts, Fall
~reek, S. C., says: "'We we're indluce'd te
ry a sumall lot of Normanl~'s Neuitralizing
or ial nd 111 f'ound rent$ sale foi- it It has
venm :;plndid satjs.[e om; anid wve t9.1 a
rcat deal of It. Let the goodl work .go
a."' Nrman's Cordlial Is p~opular every
ATURDAY, OCTObER 20'Tl
L'WO HOURS OF GENUINE EN.
.DMI8810N............. 5 dni.
,ESERVED SEATS.......50 cents.
DIAGRAM AT MILER'S.
ECURE SEATS. EVERYBORY
FNSURE YOUR 00'NTON *LNS
NS1~UlANC1R wriftea on Cottom gftr
for short time, aut r'eammnale rates.
J. C. CALDWELLJ,
Sept 90- Em Insuranled Agent.
jF you wIsh oa11on earh hn the s rlhg
plan11t theA: R ION SE' thh
McMl,'nn, Bto & KarenIF.
THlE tine for the collection of Toer
faxes had been extended to the 1st o~
Bys drder of the Council: .
Oct 16-fltd Clerk and Trreasu~er
-Ask yur nel mhbor where to buy goot
hloes, Don't fal to t .
BEAT, Y'S I RSTlE
Owing to JbortQpq the farmers want
the hiighest prTces forgotten9, 1ntorder to
meet their demands anyone can obtain it by
OLAR k' S EED 00ONt C1f ANEA
For sale by
A very.slmpl nd.dutable maeliino. No
cogs or belW. ILpays any-mian who, uses
it. We refe)fartiests E P. 9DIgEY, Sr,
and ViNw9q.& GALLOWAY, of White Oak.
Call and examine the nachine for yourself.
J. lM. ELLIOTT, SR.
MAStERWS SA LE.
P, URSUANT TQ WJIE. ORDER OF
Sale made in the,cpse. of ?alah'.B.. Lewis,
as Executrix, ..gainst..sarah ,N. leaves,
Mary 0. Pope andQtldrs, I will sell be
fore the Court House at Winmbboro, in the
County of Kairfield, on Wednesda-y, the
SEVEN A OF NOVEMBER
Next, connencing.at 12, o'clock, M., the
following kpal estate in said case, upon the
terms below specIfped, to wit:
All that paq'tatlon In Fairfleld Count,
described as follows: The land known as
the June Tract, consisting of
SIXTEEN IUPI4RED AND ONE ACRES,
to be sold Jnijen (10) tracts as sub-divided
according. to a survey of H1. Edmunds, D.
S., made August, 1883; and tijo land known
as the McCJl Tyact,,consisting of
FOUR IAJNERED AND EIGHTEEN
Acres, to.bes.rolpi'n three (8) tracts as-sub.
divided by'plat of E. A. Kennedy, made
October 0, 1871.
.TE,MB OFSALE: .
One-fifth cash; balance in. four equial
annual instalnlpnts, with intercst from day
of sale, payable annually, secured,by bon#I
and Mortgage of the purclser, witi tie
provisions that upon failurq.to pay,.any one
of the instalnents and iterest, the whofe
amount of the bond shall inmediately be
come due and payable.
The Plats showing thp ,sub-diyisIons of
said tracts of land will be exhibited by the
Master on tie day of sale.
JOHN T. SEIBELS,
Master for Richland County.
October 17th, 1883.
EADQ U ART ERS
Whilewe hae som godsut- t 75
artile The areso re o sutlsh aps,
$ewed1withdsil, thel varie and5l ndl
$1uison Ifc soau~, aoisld mrcs many
bohen com ing toal Co lm.* I-Thee is
antingontder the wount' theal an Wine
ter aaed wtha sil u eluire yo an fnil
in our stock.
I BOYS' SUITS.
To the ladies of Winnsboro we wish to
announce that we have the hargest stock of
Boys' Clothing in Columbia. B oys' school
aint dress4 suits; also a hanidsomne line of
Kilts fr,r the little ones, andi made and1
trimmnid in . *h latest styles. We also
guar'aniee a perfect fit. All orsl er --sent to
my address wvill receive prompt attention;,
and if they-do not suit or fit, you can re
turn them by paying halIf express.
M. L. KINARD).
Reoolved. Thi a.
IBUCKW IIEAT--The~ fl-sf of the season.
One Barrel of the BEST OATMEAL.
FRESH PA RCH ED COFFEES in half and
one pound packages.
CH1EESE and MACARONI.
SARDINES and SALMON.
CODFISH, MACKEREL and LOBSTERS.
CANNED BEANS, PEAS ANI oORN,
PEACHES, APPLES, SLICED ANT)
GRATED PINAPPLES, .INLLIES and
MA RMA LADES,
And a great many othecr things wic~h you
find in a FIRST-CLASS GROCEltY.
CABBAGE, APPLES,' ONIONS AND
POT ATOES A LWAiS ON HIAND).
S. S. WOLPE'S.
COTTON SEED! COT1TON SEED!!
I will Pf) (15e) fife cejnts cashpe
Bushel for 1000 hulela SOIUND DRY
COTTON' 8E D, deiered te me .at this
place before tje'ste of' next Novemiber.
Will exchange Cotton Seed Meal for Cot
.Oct 17-o tnsi'. C
- Come and see tire largest and hest se
lected stock Milluery, colsisting -oif
'riImmed Pattern Hats aind Bonn('ts un
trlhumlied goods, Velyets, Stlns,- Ribbons,
Folowers, Tips, Pumes Birds and Featir
nrs, all colors, Crapes, Illuions, Ulack and
White Laces, Love, Crape. -el1s, Barege,
Tissue and ParisiInne Velling, ltair
Switches from 7t cents up, Curls, Bangs
Croquetries for the hair, Crepe, Lisle Anld
othet Ruchlils for the neck, Flehus Col
larettes and 'ies, and all kinds of Paney
J. 0. BOAG'.
A full stock of Ladles' - and .Misses'
Hosiery. Berlin, Lisle, 811k and KIdl
Gloves, all colors and new styles. An as
sortment of Ladles' alid- Misses' colored
and white Corsets, all sizes. Iioop Skirts.
Dress Shields and Palpltators. 11landker
chiefs in varlety, fi'onl Cotn to filik. 611k
Fringes, Passementerlo fimin -, Velvet
Ribbons, Bralds and other Dress Trim
nings. Buttons in great va.liety, styles
and prices, t t.
J. 0. BOAGW.
A -ftill stock-of Notions, of ,all kinds.
Ladies' Linen and Lace Collars, Zeplyrs,
Saxdmiy,:Berlli atid Shetlandi lloods: hil
diren's ylephyr Mods and Sacques, Shawls
and lottlevard Skirts, at
J. 0. BOAG'S.
-.I:-. - *
All kinds of White (loods, White Lace
and Muslin Curtains, Cretonnes, &e., &c.
Also a full and 'complete line of Dress
Goods,. of various . fabries, styles and
p rlces, from Calleces, Vorsted, Caslimeres,
iks and Satins-you can inl anythlin you
wilit in that line uw at any price. These
goods wp are determined to sell cheap and
Our stock of Shoes of all kinds will be
sold at and below COST, as well as hneav"'
piece. goods, for, Men's, w.'ar, mid othe'
goods that we do Iot luiteuti keeping after
present stock of saime Is sold. We mean
what we say.
f. 0. BO AG.
FIFTEEN more of the
NEW HIGH ARM DAYIS MACIiNES,
The best Machine on thile imarket, am
gives perfect satsfetIon.in 'very pamrticul
lar, and a general favorite witi te ladie.
Every Macnine WARRA.NVTEI) in eveni
particular. No family shouil he with'il
one. Send order or come all and buy tone.
J. 0. B0A1G.
T oC A_:;6-Z:_ _M ,
A . lot. of EUMGCIES and IIAlNESS,
W'AIT FOR THEM.
. J. 0. ROAG.
BUTY your Wagni Material, SPOl'ES
R1MS and Ill:12 XilayTlS, polt .id
01lL, Oltl NDSTlO:N Es, TIIA CES, W ELL
CHAINS, and ali kinds of P'lantation
U l STPOVES, 11EATlJ WO STOYI)ES
ftomi $14I.00 to $503.00, uom il-te,
OIL STOVES, WOODEs4 WAREETC
J. HI. CUMMINGS.
Tht\ UNION CH UlIN Is sold on it:
qiperits. I can hrefler to a dozen part i.
using It In this viiny, It -is niot at .nw
thing, buit hats stood the test since 1&-l.
D. IR. FLENN1K(EN
11a's roelved a supply of freshu goods
FLOUR, fronm the best mills of Nashvillk
andi A ugusta. Every seek warranted;
MIEAL and GRIST, Ri1co and Fum
BIEST;IO1 andt Old Govurnmnent ,Javu
e TIj'UR1BER'S 41 ne~d 34 Coffee. Choie<
artIcle of Parched Coffco branded "Signia.'
GREEN and Black Tea.
WHIITE WVINE and Cider Vinegar.
SUGQARS---ranulatcd, Powderedi, CIn
Loaf andt Browvn.
AACARONI and CH EESE.
PICKLES-Cow-Chow and Mixed.
CELEBRA T ED "Biartlett Pears," am
Canned Poaches, Tomatoes, Succotash
Squasts, Pincapple, Etc. *
FULL tINE Boots and Shtoes.
FINE FEET) or Ship Stuff for Milcl
SEED RYE, Barley and Rod Rust Proo
T HE QUI.
'Tat WoTIs ony coinpet1itors at Winnsboro, (
N1.5MNAUGII SE4L.,GOOPS SO CIIEAP? '
wo don't propose. to.give It away.
I aIn now opening ily secold Shipment this
In3 Negy York III the clothing business and aInyl3
to secure goods at prices never lieard of in
Jilnk Cashlneres, Colored Casineres, Trim
A nice lne of Ladiies' HIIts, direct fromt Ma
elogianice 6um30t e arpatssed by any house in
Outr biryer'hbtliUs uis to Close out our stok:
THE DOLLAl. lie advis's us by Satluiday's
to Winnsboro. Don't buy mntil you see these g
part of my t1ine, the presencee. of
SiHALL BE FELT IN THlE WINNSB
ALWAYS FRESH AND C
Ve halve just reeived a 'resh Suipply u
antd tiore touarrive in a few days.
Wo knop colstlly on hiild SUGAlIV
A I so, SII IL G*OOD)S, CANNED ((
thing usa illy kept inl tih G IG)AE1lY LI N
BOOTS, 8110108 A N
J. H. A HI
T STAlDS A T
TO al perons inihted to'1 i the un r-(34
"...Id fo st' unti . bv prnwa
d t i'ey fAll du. 4m the - f
prompt3hlyV, as1 full j~Imyment will be1 requ3ired,
13niless otIher arrang33iem3ent.s het. umde by thia
par3thy3 holingi saidt nolteS. A\ iso, t he nob ly
of I ti2 that I hanve carr'ie' I over for t he
prest~~3 year mus31t lu' i~Id ait once(' (r 1 wil I
hamve to fiorct~e colleition. if not11 3imedi
A. W V4M1?OD.
- l rab~
WIN NSBOihO, S. C., M
Otirst ock o f ,Spu't' ,. R-l /U i 1/I-glIr.9A(. i
51ides thne exceen~t (Iono31I, 3 hm3 lraimies,'set
wi thel line(t I iench.'u 13en, wieb'l we ha1v
a33lremly no3lt l, wei hanii noe g~se4 set
in3 (o~ uu l : ilV.r Ii aime:., nunie &I 3s; I
sitong byli' In~l' aces atall ine .ideings. T'l b
piieL of1 thele i' lo mlore I han3 1haitt.1 ofth
common(i~ golid s)1XI 3 i d ver ' trin slni
sold. We have also1 a3 fu3ll stik of 11h'
lower gradehs of l 14-'hIes and1( (eyesla3.wt,
raunginlg downI as5 4w ats -131 and3 'iO cenits a
Also TI fulIl SupplI)y of spectacile 1mt( eyels
glass4 cases', 3at3( 11 au 1 cent.-: ('achI forl
m30'oe('o, and3( 5) ('ents for lin1e nieke~tl
cases, shiapedi to reeye ihe spa's witll-out
s trInin3h3g I lie bowe. On)ie gr3eat itlvatageij 1
you1hav in bayving frin 11 33s3 the! as.i.
ance~l we ennII ec' you in II ting 11 g;35es to)
youri sIght, wlh is very lunp orl:umt.
CONNOlt &, CiANi)iER,
Wina1)3sboro,. S, C. ~
--1}y Zl~rBrothiers' 1.,adies', MlIsse's'
and ildrn'sFlne Shoes.
I C4TIL~ J. M'. BEATrY. A
L)TUE.MOTT"lLJED IBrowni, and WVhilte ni
.1)inpiorted CasIti SoaplJ, for' sale at the
ttrusoro by i. ~'I(N
-. W E. AIXEN .
fhester and ColumbIa:. OW 18 IT
eli, this Is our own little secret, and
season, and owing to the many failures
other branches, I have been euabled
mings, of all the latest designs.
unfactitrers' Agents, and for style and
1f\LANK ETS atS NXTY CECNTS ON
ma11il of the shipment of
L)ods. While my other places take up
U G H
3RO DRY GOODS MARKET.
HEAP AT HARDEN'S.
f W ESTERN FLOUR of all grades,
, COFF'EES, TEAS, SYRUPS and
)OfDS, ChlEESE, and in fact every
DEN & 1110.
TE . HEAD.
T HEi T(It I RT-INNING
.'Tlhat it s the akilnowled. 4ed Leader in
h' Tnni is a fact (hat cannot, he dis
AANY 1311 ATE IT-NONE EQUAL IT
The Li it .t- A i nnIn ,
The iIn->1 IS -atitf NVI ilwork
AND) IT 1-W; ti\NII
1' e 1n0:100 of !e'"w Ui'r~l
T i any anit a!I: -work.
T l'fe amawfv ini ever re-iet.
Fir Sae hv
J. B.lE.\TY & ('O.,
a -i ia u , S. C.
A .n i w ta l in INa4 i ielk tIrrita
v. A I -:-;
T ) MA N'
-'?Fan 1 i:'---nP' y fo . n
(d Uk A' i .tu orw wituut.
e lV I I I - . anI ros W
Pike CI. a $a.--h on ti.v h.tMay
'..l ?a"l. in Th'I.:gehnant of Meitn
h av *:1-anst nied r:r nstlck-of
herr E ..-'. JO ar L not e-U~At~n Opiu
I)Ed fillr .JlcrSsi Ind.ethn
Ariwe -,v. anld $rCHo perni ottle
ld)i year nvjs, wei ceaen inel )recone.
Walha:a, 2Y. . & U. S. A.T
Weii hanve fut, aleve of rsoko
Afll l' Il A NIil(ATE1
( EsE lraclo l aUNtin. ltASSED
fAl wie hsofd theIAL os for aen
rindtthemd ii deeryno fartiure er
at, arspriatfulny chesanp nsec
Wleskcfoulayaaforms the pubatat he
JF. M l I T,
*di reae to do* anyting in. under
fite Oakt Stailda
ATSMO IN STORE:
)RY GOODS, NOTIONS,
I N)UCEM ENTS FOR CASI.
IS "NoTl (:001) TO CLEAN TIE
veth of i com b or a cross-cut saw, but it
TEIEThi o HUMAN BEINGS
As No tither preparatiim can. It is per
'lly 1 hamlssi atlk promptly veiceut.
C ents it box.
. . WV. C. FISIIElR,
Wholes-alt- Agent, Collllila, S. C.
Forsite itl W tsboro by '[cM.isTuT,
J-1:1 8 11 EC 111 N.
k REAL REMED Y!
NEITHER RIY7I1BAi NOR INDIAN BUT WI0E
WIG MD SPEGIFhl.
rk .E MvE Y of orr Ii'e~nty-ji -years standing.
& lIE31l-DY noret polmpaili itt hone, and where
bent I. nown, thri~ 41 othcr rtmio of ita kind.
A iRlLEDY eulor: ed by the best Phydicianis
and Iirat lit I Is Ito tme.
A R' MiAEY t hat f-Ir. C. W. O'Neill, (loodwater,
Alit.. sty racd his wifo from an iivalid's bed,
id lit fevle,'eli'ifc/fffc.
A It 11 DY of -nhich ai prominent Atlanta
mer an 11kl aid, ''I would havep *ivenl f-Coasroonl
am I w; ibi a nikle for witt two bottles of your
med-ie lisd t- for my dIaughter."
A MK.%'.1 3 in rogirol to which S. J. Cmnsolls
N1. 1)., lirvij.ist of 'Thomtsv'ile, Gtn., a:
int recall fist W1c1 in whlthit I aoT rdief
ter all the utuail rminfr lu:', Anikd r.
A ItM1mL) lnont wivic 1;r. R. 11. Ferrell, .
Grangiel. (it , write.i '' htwe u.4L for (ho last 21)
year the moalic.m you i-o ptttina up and
coitohd it the bet t Iminniion ever gotten
togeil,cr for tWodiseas- for which it is recom
A RE 31EDY of whieh Dr. Jocl lirnham. Atlan
ta, sidm: "11 hae mawinrd the ripr, and hnvo no
lsaiittilo ii AdvisIng i3 use, und conldontly
A .itEDiGV which theo iThv. HI. 11. Johnson,
hear 2.lrletta, (hi.. Pitys he hasi used it his famn
I ly with the "ulnti~nosatifactlon" antd recomn
mnitett it to lirte inmilzes "who found it to be
-jsw hatii recommiierided.
A l'OE)V~) of whichl I'vmhlorto', Iveraon, de
Deniisottn y: ''We hmve bI a.u set'li it for umany
v-r.rs. ithl e-muantty i'ntfig oies. Thel nir.
sie isn s itihle whhil us, and one of ahlu~filemerit.''
A ltICFM i) of u htiehi IAiiier. Itiankin & Lamnar -
,rir: "We siltd JDtgi f,:r ii fortr moonths, anxd never
toll it iiumy) pi11ce hitit inht it wits wanted again."'
A itl IJ~1).'by wihl Dr. lkaugh,. of LaGrange;
(Ga., riayr: "I einrtd one1 of the mnort obaitinnti,
(ean~d of Vw i ato t'si7. MEN5-InTil iN Itat cyee
, emnot withini tov knowlerulso, withi a fewv bottles."
A MiIEDY of 'whichl Dr .J. C. lluss, Noth~mlen,
A lht., says: I mu flliy cotvinceil thiat it is un
.rivaledt hor llhtt chats of dicensea which It einm
A ItCC EE)Y ahi~t whieh Maitj. John C. WThitncer,
of Athlito well nitul favoirliy knownt allI ovor
the United tattes na a I htteral Insuranco A gent,
th~ys: "1 usiedl tiIs reme-ty before tho war on a
large lanttion hotn a great numbelhr of caseos,
A RttsaiEZW aboiut wlhih M.r. J1. W,. Strnnge, of
(Cartersvillo, Gai., certifies that 0one bottle entrott
two imimeohrs of his htmly) of mnistrualirregtt
A Itti tIIClY t 0:ml ls Vli t t' Pt 'f'ltAN A NY OT117'.I1
N at.:t>ixaRoi lts kindl in the world, becautse 1 on
2 noTrii.KilL t1,iO1111- THl-: stoOS lit5TINA'il CAStt.
THIt o(iiAT' i'Col'U!,Af imit':DY 18 liiAD1~FR,D8
F::SLA a.:: I h~t ucA'ron, (Worinu's BtCst irilrd.) For?
satle by all Drtgistj. I'rico: SmaLll siz~e 'i& Ccllts.
No. 10135. Pryor Street, ATLANtrA. GA.
.,ilt's .1Specific b'te bcen thto meatbns of brinlglng
'ail~iih t mul I;>pluins to thotur-andi whlo wvero pro
itouioctd ieurable of Ifloodl and Skinl Diseases.
IIEAR THEI1 WITNEGSES!
I nil pie tlunt. Pitt~'s Spre~ittlrve my lif.'. I
wa Or teriy p *in:in. 1 i alaria, ad was given
n- D*C. ewiit.. :.eccib:. relimod me prnomptl y anti
lnahd, I. thinik it1. the i~reattet n-medy of Ite uge.
Citt ('as Wo'rks, Itume, Ga.
8.'. . oislA the~ wor:.t forms of Perrfoula 01,1
Ioes I blllern, heao, Ilt-rpeo, ri all lilo'od or
a :I lla no. It telim~iit lte Ptio fromi tho
- i, ,iad tdrina it, out tharoughl the pores of the
IMA) SC1R0FUL A FORl 17 YEATRS.
T anoe rnifoerl fromt Scrofnin about 17 years. The
d . ii - I imbe men,5ly con1 Ilito mi iy legs andit niklea,
I:: lii hiauien were coiven-di witlar(aiIs ukeri andl
'.l.All rmnliet nod treattacnts whleh I trled
(mil to do ml~ ma:y ged. -At lht4 1. began takimcr
*. ).<-ohim'im for alot four mtonths$, and I AnIL
CI II AINI.Y W EIl,. I took 5. 11. 8. under the
risi onI-u of nt pihyhiciani of 26i years' active p~rac
lie, by your order. 1'reviousi t'o taiking S. H. B. I at,
times* cambi Pearc- ly wal k. Koma lean walk all day,
amlt ilAure lo Mwha 2.'. . and it only/11 fr my cure.
'1'1100. MicFAl AND),
51 F.onitldry Street, Atlanta, Ga.
Tht. rent of this dlsiuno is in 17/6 Blootf.
$10.0 i woold not puirchiase fromn ino what ..S
his e:t<cted it tmy cato, It cored meofMaara
1(tclint.uom. AllCI1II1 ThIOMAS.
Ed~tor Ilepublcan, Springeld, 'Tenn.
A notnro waq cured of a violent caso of RlhenmaJ
tl-on by S. LI. S. WVitimutI tilt remedy~ he would htave
diol. WM. I. 81TI .D
* ~ Tumnbilig Shoals, 11. 0.
Writ for a copy of the little book--free.
1000f IEWAJID wIll lbo paid o(a
SChamst, whio will ind, on anialysl*
o' 100 bottles ofS .S.. one naricle of mercury,
lodottalu o n m mersubstanco.
Drawer 8, Atlanta, a.
Thomisandate bf women Over the land testi.
fy to the wondorful effeots of thingroat rod.
edly; it will n9t 0u~ shortenniabor and lesen
tho intotaalty of n asid-sufferlig~ou
expression, but etter than all, W hrI
greatly dtinishe.the? dafigetitolife o or
moteran chfldtl iS )I bon oenf~
4/iP andor~u l
*Dfgt.PriCe 51.0 ttle et
raon receipt ofp1,.*