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SATURDAY, December 8, : : : 18s8
Once More-J. M. Elliott.
Notice-E. K. McQuatters.
An Ordinance-Juo. J. Neil, Intend
-Gloomy and threatening weather
-Very little cotton has been brought
to -Winnsboro within the last two
-A largely attended and very oi
joyable dance was given in the dining
room of tho Winnsboro Hotel on last
-The sacrament of the Lord's Sup
per will be administered at both the
Presbyterian and the Associate Re
formed church to-morrow.
--The boys don't take to the new
ordinance requiring arrests after ten
o'clock. They say it looks hard to be
04, ulred to explain why they are not
it home and in bed.
-rho News and Courier says of
M Spor: "The Southern renegade as
the manipulator of juries Is as melan
choly an impostor as the Philadelphia
dude, who tried his 'prentice hand last
--Winnsboro Is developing quite a
variety of musical talent of late days.
Glee clubs, musical clubs, cornet and
stiinug bands are vicing with each
other In their nightly practisings, and'
the very atmosphere 8eems "laden
with sweet music."
-All parties who bought guanos
from us must settle on or -.before the
:# 1st of November, or they wii lose the
cotton option and will have to pay the
face of their notes in ixonmv.
R. J. MCCAntEy & Co.
Oct 27-tf *
-Several parties left town on Thurs,
day for Columbia to attend the politi
cal trials in that. city. These cases
are parts of the history of the times,
and time spent in the United States
Court room in Columbia this week
would not be time spent amiss.
-The trial justices, not only in towin,
but throughout the county, are busy
now-a-days in the trial of cases of
assault and battery, petit larcony, tres
pass of stock and the like. The poorer
classes of our people are litigious cr
tainly and nobody is getting rich by
the operation either.
--maasrs. Rt. J. McCarley & Co. arc
prepared to buy or sell Future Con
tracts for auy pavties WishinIg to oper
atc iu this line. All businass confidpn
tial. We receive press dispatches four
tn1es a day and will keep our custom
ers posted: Oct 16-tf*
NOT'ric.-All fwfiesil possesaloni
of books belonmginig to the Philosophic
Society of Mount Zion Institute are
requested to return them to the drug
store of Messrs. McMaster, Brice &
Ketchini at once.
1PEmsONAL.-Dr. Jno. D). Palmer,
who removed from Ridgoway two
years ago to make his home necar lien
derson, N. C., has sent his fansily back
'- to Rtidgeway, as the winters inx ?iorthx
Carolina are too vigorous. The Doe
tor will follow in a few weeks.
THE Pa.Oxnion MtOVEMENT.-EIlec
tions have recently been hold in sev
era! towns, on the question .of Jicense
or no license. Ini Sumter, the proliibi
tion movement was nsuccessful. At
G3rahmam's, the election resulted in
tayor of no license, by a majority of
four. lI Manning, the license party
were auccessful, by a majority of for
ty-six. The town went "dry" last
ExODUs FROM RIDGEWAY TOwVNsIP.
-The following persons, citiens of
this county, have left and are prepar
lng to leave, for Florida: Mr. John
Crujnpton, Sr., and family, Mr. John
Crumpton, Jr., and family, Mr. Alex.
Walker and family, Mr. Johnx Hall and
family, Dr. Wim. Rt. Sykes and family.
The folloinzg contemplate leaving for
Arkansas: Mr. Lloyd Dawvkins and
family, Mr. Burrell Dawkins and fam.~
ily, Mr. Win. Rt. Rains and family.
Making a total of forty-eight persons.
We understand that fifteen colored
families recently left the Waterce sec
tion and an additional number of col
ored people will accompany then white
families above mentioned. We wish
them all health, happiness anid pros
T HE Naw ORxDINANcE.-The enact
menmt by the town authorities of the
ordinanice published in to-day's issue
is eVidence convincing that the gentle
mecn comnposing the council are thought
ful, ide-awake and progressive. The
advancing of the town time to the new
"standard titue" was just the right
thing at the right ime, and this Is say
ing a great deal. Everybody will In
a short time appreciate the great con
venience in the change thus mnade and
mere prejudhicts should haxve no0 hear
ing in thme dliscussonm of a qjuestioni like
this. The regulation in the same ordi
nance requiring the police nuihoritics
to arrest and commit to the station
- house all unknowvn loltoxrers upon01
the streets after ten o'clock, whio carn,
otgive satisfactol'y explanation, is
in.. Indeed anud agood priecaution in
viewv of thme recent burglariea in WVinns.
FnlANK LE5I.KE's SUNDAY MAOAZINE|i
--The editom' (TI. Do Witt Tahanaige,
D). D.,) commences the flfteenith vol
nume and the year very brilliantly ; he.
prsents in thme January nummber. a most
oxtremsely ard; thxero are Christinaa
storls, sketches, descriptive articles
and poems, ot.; the editor ha- a char.
aterilstic article, "The Coming Ser
mon," an'd thoe are contributions In
prose and poetry from some of our
most popular writers. A new serial,
"Wrong from the First," by the author
of "Mr. Burke's Nieces," is com
mnced; in fact the pages overflow
with entertaining and edifying matter
and artistic illustrations. Now -is tle
time to subscribe, and no one could
fail to appreciate, as a holiday gift, a
year's subscription to this popular
magazine. This price is twenty-five
cents for a single number, or twelve
numbers for $2.50, postpaid. Address
Mrs. Frauk Leslie, PIublisher, 53, 55
and 57 Park Plate, New York.
MEETING OF STOOKHOLDEIt.--The
annual meeting of the directors of the
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta Rail
road was lield in Columbia on Wednes
day. The president's report states
that the road still needs 114 miles of
steel rail. Twenty-flve miles of steel
rail is now in transit and will be laiO
promptly. The president points to the
great need of proper passenger accom
modations at Columbia, Charlotte and
other points, but says that the improve
ments of the track and road-bed have
absorbed the earnings. le recom
mends the procurement of new ais as
soon as practicable. He reports that
the issue of $300,000 of bonds for the
improvement of the property has not
been hastened, on account of the Rail
road Commission law. The operation
of the leased lines is not without on
couragemnent. Thle president states
that the surplus earnings of the road
and its leased lines have been expend
ed in improvements. The inspectiig
committee report improvements in the
road-bed and in the track and increased
flacilities in appointments along the
linies, but recommend greater conve
niences for freights at Augusta and for
passengers at Charlotte. Relatively a
very large proportion of the income is
derivod from local bnsiness, and this is
noted as a sign of encouragement.
The committee suggested that the pas
senger earnings might be largely in
creased by double daily passenger
traine, one to be a fast train from
Washington to Augusta and making
the time between Charlotte and Au
gusta seven hours or less. Tils they
say mtight restore much of the travel
now going by the coast. The remain .
der of the report is a vigorous attack
on the railroad law of the State, Sec
tion 42 being characterized as "the
efp;?omnt of injustice and cruelty"
and Section 45 is being "even more
arbitrary.'? The report -,v4 aeppted
and approved and the old officers re
elected, soine changes being made in
thin boaird of directors on account of
the change ini ownehi'ip,
DIED-Novemberi 1st, RounwnT PLxico,
infant son of S. W. anid M. V. Ruff, aged
two weeks and three days.
Tis lovely flower lived just long enough
to endear itself to t4ue hearts of those who
knew it and faded fromt our view. It was
too pureV andl innocent for this col, friend
less wYorld of glrs. i'The Lord looked downi
f.rm Ills "Throne of Inorcy", saw how un
suited lhe wvas for the evils an)d hamrdhps
of life, and took him to Ills abode on hi1gh,
May the angels wvho bore his spirit home,
watch over those who are left yet a little
while to do their Master's wIll.
Where thec sprgss cease to roll,
Where in all the briht foorp
Sorrow ne'er shall press the soul,
ila4 on dnrlea~f.
Nine-teithls of the peop~)p of the United
States suffer wilth dyspepsia, niid what are
Its many causes. I lot food, hasty eating,
intemp~erance, bad air, lack of exercise, ex
cessive use of tea, coffee or tobacco, aind
anything that prevents the regular action
of JRhje stomach wvillpoue tit symnp
toms are hio(ldce, fItle ls of en
orgy, fetid breath, iugljpehoh. Its cure,
Norman's Neutralizing Oordfish *
o Among Many.
Mr. S. K. Cannon, of H1igh Falls, S. C.,
says he wvill sign any testimonial wo may
write of the virtues of Norman's Neutralz
ing Cordial. H~e is thoroughly convinced
that it is truly a great mnediino and he
recommends it to everyone afflicted with
stomachlc disorders, Small size, 25 cents.
I H AVE this (lay sold out imy entire in
- teres tin the whiskey and bar business
to my brother, W. W. McQuatters, who
will h ereafter conduct the business in his
owvn niamue and at the same place.
E. K. McQJUA'TTERS.
iigoway, S. C., December 5th, 1883.
To IREOULATE TowN TIME AND) Fon TH'IE
ARRiEST OF SUsPic~s.
Be it enacted aend ordained by the Inttenid
ant and Wardens of the Town of Wlns
boro In Council met, and by the authority
of the same:
SEcTIoN 1. T1hat the time indicated by
the town clock shall be changed so as to
conform to railroad tine, tha t is to say the
time shall be twenty-four minutes faster
tihan teal time.
Sac. 2. That the polleec are chargedl with
the duty of riging the market betll of said
Town at the hour of 10 o'clock, p. im., be
tweent the umnths of October and April
(bothm inclusive) in every year: and at the
hour of eleven o'clocek, p. m.., duing the
rest of every year.
Sao 3. 'IThat th e police ate chmargeud wvith
the duty of arrestinig all pe'rsonts fotund
loitering up on tihe streets of said Toivn
after the riging of said bell, unknownm to
the poleemuan, and whoiu are unable to give
asaisfactory accounit of thenmselves; and
shal enlie al ersons so arrested i h
gmuard-house 9:1 ten o'clock of the follow
Intg morning, whenl suchl piersupis 81she be
brought beflore tihe Inmteindant to ho deanlt
with acecordihng to law; unlmess such p~ersons
shall give a hond, with good security, it
the penal sum of twenty dollars, condi
t~ione~d for their appeaance bietore the
Tutenmdnt, as mm foresaidl; or in lIeu of such
bondi shall dep'iosit wi~l th hO lleetmanl the
sumit of ten dlollar..
Sac. 4. Th'lis ordiinnce shall go lut()
ope'raon onl and( after the. 1st dhay of IDe
SDonec in Council this the 27th
' NE. day of Novemiber, 1583, andu wvith
'5~ 9the corporate seal of the Tiown
.JNO. .J. NElL, Intendant.
Attest: 1. N. WImTHEns. Clerk.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.,
OFFER. EXTRAORDINARY IN
DUCEMENTS TO PEOPLE WHO
ARE DOING THEIR TRADING BY
OUR MAIL ORDER DEPART
RENT IS SO ARRANGE THAT
'SHOPPING" BY MAIL is REN
DERED EASIER AND IS OFTEN
WORE SATISFACTORILY DONE
1I'AN IN PERSONo
LETTERS OF INQUIRY ARE
PROMPTLY RESPONDED TO.
SAMPLES SENT AND ESTIMATES
rIVEN. WE GUARANTEE SAT
AGES FOR OVER TEN DOLLARS
IN AMOUNT, FREE OF EXPRESS
3R MAIL CHARGES.
WE KEEP EVERYTHING THAT
[S NEEDED TO CLOTHE MEN,
VOUTHS AND BOYS, LADIES,
IISSES AND CHILDREN, IN
"fjUDING A COMPLETE LINE 0.
[LADIES' AND MISSES' UNT.
WEAR, AND HAVE THE BEST
)ISSMAKING ESTABLISIIMENT IN
SEND US A TRIAL ORDER.
WITTKOWSKY & BARUCH.
RECEIVED Gilt-Edgo But
ter, fresh and sweet, Cream
Cheese and Prunes, New Or
leans Molasses, with a good
many other goods. Call soon
QInd got bargains at S. S.
Received thuis DAY QOSIIEN
BUTTER, Cheese, Raisins,
Dates, Ahnonds, English Wal
nuts, Tomatoes, Peaches. Fresh
and Pickled Salnon, Fresh and
PIckled Mackerel, Sardines,
Oysters apd Ilbstors, Potteq
and Devilled Meats, Gun Powv
der, Young Hhyson andl English
Iueakfs TEAS, SUGARS,
Coffees, Syrups, ViNEGAR,
Flour, Meal, Bacon, Ferris's
Hams and Breakfast Strips,
Buckwheat and OATMEAL,
Onbe Apples, Onions and
Potatoes. All of which will lbe
SOLD AT TIUC LOWEST
S. S. WOLFE'S.
D. R. FLENNIKEN
H~as just received a supply of Self-ltising
iluck wheat Flour and Newv Orleans Mo.
asses, Old (Goverunment ,Java Coffee,
D~annued (Goods, consisting of Sanon, iBart
et Pears, Ti'omatoes, Okra andi TIomeitoes,
P'eachues, Pineapples, Marrowv Squias,
succot ashl, Sardies, Chiow-Chow~ and~
M[I xed Pickles, Mustard and Pepper,
liaisins, Citron and Curranits, lloy'al Baking
Powders, Macaroni and Chteese, and
iSvaplorated Vegetables for Soup.
-Buy Zeigier Brothers' Ladies', Misses'
and Children's FIng Shuoes.
Now is tie Time
To buy goods cheap1 and to all who are
needing them we woud say. that if you
will give us a call we will prove this fact
CALDWELL & LAUDERDALE.
We have just received a fresi stock of
Prints, Cretons, bleached and unbleached
Domestics and Sheetings, Canton Flannels,
&c., which are being marked low. Come
CALDWELL & LAUDELDALE.
We have a nice line of Dress Goods of
different kinds, including the best Cash
neres. Look at them.
CALDWE LL & LAUDERDALE.
We have a large lot of Cloaks and Jack
ets, a great inny of which we will sell at
cost. Also a splendid lot of Blankets and
Shnwls, both common and best quality.
l'hey are very cheap.
CALDWELL & LAUDERDALE.
Our stock of Silk Handkerchiefs, Gloves
Collars and Collarettes, and a job lot of
fine Hosiery that we have in all colors and
sizes, will pay to examine. Come and see
CALDWELL & LAUDnnDtDALE.
We ask a special look at Dr. Warner's
Celebrated Corsets. Our Cofaline, Nursing,
Long Waist, are the bqst and' a guarantee
for six months givcn with every ono0.
CALDWELL & LAUDERDALE.
We ask an inspection of our stock of
Clothing, all styles which we are certain
are extremely low in price, from common
to best quality.
CALDWELL & LAUDEUDALE..
Common Wool Hats all styles, best Felt
and Nobby Styles, also best quality of
Stiff Hats, to suit everybody's taste and
CALDWELL & LAUDERDALE.
We are continually receiving fresh lots
of Boots and Shoes, and our stock Is al
ways full, made up by the best manufac
turers, and every pair guaraiteed to give
satisfaction. lBest gools for the least pos-.
CALDWELL & LAUDERDALE.
We have just received a large stock of
the best Ironstone Crockery. Also a lot of
Glassware, which will surely please you.
CALDWELL & LAUDERDALE.
By a look Into our Grocery Department
you will find Fresh Buckwheat., the best
Cheese an(1 Macaroni, JLimbo I lais and
Imiany other good things. Coie an1d see.
CALDWELL & LAUDERDALE.
We have too large and varied a stock to
enumerate, but if you will conie alnd sec
us you will find a great deal to attract,
among other things our New Carpet Ex
hibitor, where you can see a beautiful
stock of Carpets in a very few minutes;
which, 111ce the rest of our goods, are sold
at very close prices. Give us a call.
CALDWELL & LAUDERDALE.
M ACFII N ERY
01F ALL KINDS FOR SALE BY
J. F. McMASTER & Co.
BALIA LHAND COTTON PRESS.
LI'TLE GIANT IlYDRAULIC PRESS.
ChIAIN AND ROTrARY HARROWS.
OLD HICKORY WAGONS.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE
CORTLAND WAGON COMPANY,
PLATIORM SPRING WAGONS,
Give us a call, and wve wvill sell you what
yell want CHEAP.
J. F. McMASTER & CO.
AN]) FEED STABLES.
JHOR8ES, MARES, MULES, PONIES.
.Just arrived, on Saturday',the 9th inst.,
from Glasgow, Keiucy two car- loads of
lIne drinIg and ridIng
HIOlISES AND) MAkiES,
0a1d1a lot of line mules. In the lot a fewv
superh saddle and harness P'ONI ES, all
well brIoke, sound~l and( gentle, all1 of wvhich
I will sell low for cash, or on tihne unt11il
next fall for applroved paper, or I willI take
old1 fat stock in exchange or p)oor young
miules or mares.
You wvill do well to call anid see my stock
b~efore purchasing elsewhere.
Wlnnsboro, S. C., Nov. 12, 1883.
A. FULL supply of the abonve Oil, Pills
One hundred pounds of the Best Blue
stone. For sale by
Wi. E. AIKEN.
NE4ED WHEAT AND OATS.
RUST PROOF WhEAT AND OATS,
. Cheap for the CASH.
J. F. McMASTR & C'O.
TIIS MORNING AT NDI O'CLO,
on the market at a regular sacrifleo.
WE NEED MONEY and MUST HA
to got goods at prices only ofl'cred by
This has been the prediction of somo
the conclulsion that they were better Inft
ALL PARTIES INDEBTED TO X
Oct 16- J' Z)
IT STANDS A
STOVES A SPECIALTY
I have in store the largest stock of
Coolifng and Ilcating STOVES
ever brought to Winnsboro. At the head
of the list is the Charter Oak, No. 8, with
all the latest improvements, including the
wonderful wire gauze oven door. Other
sizes of the same Stoves and Nos. 7, 70, 77,
&c of other first-class cooks. Morning
Ligit, Centennial, Cooks Jewel (revolving
to) Improved Lee, Crown, Cotton Option,
('Auf States Leon, Magnate, &c.
All sizes of IIEA'1E11, for COAL or
Wood. Grates, Open Franklins, and Egg
Stoves from SR6.00 up. Stove Irhmiiunisgs
and parts on hand or supplied promptly. i
The family COFFEE ROAST'Ell supplies!
a long felt wvant. Is air-ti ght anid roasts|I
perfectly 1to 3 pounds col ee. Will fit any i
stove. Price $2.00.
FELLOES, SPOKES and HUBS, a full
stock. To shops I sell very close. Write
Or call for prices.
PLOWS and plow blades. I have a few
of the Louisville Plows that I will etose
out. IVill hereafter riun the LEA1DE--.
theo best low-p~riced chilleti plowv.
Choice NEW CROP~ Newv Orleans Mo
1lasses, NEWI Bulckwheat Ilour, Urunswickc
aind JUM130 Ihams, Smioked Beef, Break
fast Placon, Bologna Sausage, No. I Mauck
eral, Messed Flin in tfins, Canned Goods of
all kinds, Vegetahlos and Fruis, Crackers,
fresh andi choice, Cakes anid Gin~ger Urearl,
ithout permilssion 1 refer to parties
unamed below as5 to the excellence of the
kCen, B. ii. Fl!nnilsen, W.V . Creight .Jas.
A. ]rice, W.V J. 1 lerron, Samd. Catiteart
Mrs. J1. Ohear and1( others.
Tw'~o lin ndred bushels lBed Rust-Proof'
Oath, just reeolved.
J. H. CUMMINGS.
FOR ACiE, iMIS,
R1IEUMATISMI AND) NEURALti1A!?
WIIZARD 011L, Si.. Jacob's Oil, Neural
ilnceYoung Ameica Liniment, British
11,Nere ad BneLiniment, Volcanic
Oil, Browvn's Ihousehold Panacea, Golden
Liniment, liarter's Liniment, Pain l(iller1
Radwvay's Ready llof, Ilohnues' Liniment,
Jauyne's Linhnent,A relnlieinut,acinc
Plasters, Strengthening Plasters, Mustard
P'lasters, Bellonna Plasters, TurInelr's
For salle b~y
McM ASTM'II, BRLCE & NETCIIIN.
For (Coughs, Colds~ anud ILung
Urown 's Bronchial Tirochies, Chilorate
Potash L ozeni es ForesL's ,Juin(ipe Tar
Lun11g i leahing ilohile5, Syrupll of Tarl andi
WIikt1 Cherry, Shiriner's IHalsaic Cough
Syrup, Iliarter's Luing liaih, T1olu and
Li verwort Exp)etoranit, Gherman Syrup1
Jayne's Expectoranit, Syrup) of Tfohu am(ii
Bed Spruce G um, Sago's Caitarrh Remiedy,
Gatarrhi Siunf', CubebI CIMigrttes, Tu'itt's
EI xecto rant, A yer's Cherry Pectoral,
Globe Flower Cough Syrup~ Irowvu's Mix
ture, Hull's Cough Syrup, I lixir of Grinde
11la, WIhitcomnb's Astsnl hnacmdy Allen's
Lung Balsam, Cherry P'ectoral \Vfne, Cod
Liver Oil, Emuitlsioni of Cod Liver Oil,
Caplsuiles of Cod Liver Oil, hlypiophosphito
of LhAne and1( Soda, Extract of Malt antd
Cod iveri Oil, Syruup of the Hy~pophiite.
MoMASTERI, BEICE & XETdIHIN,
-ALL DR OS T.'S '
DIK I WILL THROW THIS BTOCK
VE IT. Now, if over, is your timo
)f our competitors. We have como to
>rmed thanl we thought they were.
JS WILL PLEASE SETTLE AT
r THE HEAD.
That it Is the acknowledged Leader in
(lie Trade is a fact that cannot be dis
MANY IMITATE IT-NONE EQUAL IT!
The Largest Armed
The Lightest Ilunining
The most Beautiful Woodwork.
AND IT IS WARRANTED
To be made of the best material.
To do any and all kinds of work.
To be complete In ever) respect.
For Sale by
J. M. BEATY & CO.,
Winnsboro, S. C.
Agents wanted in unoccupied territo
I OM11'STI SEWING MACHINE Co.,
F A L L OPENING
P. bLlnecor & Bra.
W e beg to inform our friendls and pa.
tronis that we can conifidently .say that our
FALL AND) WINTER
~STOOK is niow complete in every depart
mlent, andit delies comipetitioni.
All of the VE~RY BEST MAKES and
CLOAKS! CLOAKS! CLOAKS!
in all the newest styles.
FURNISING GOODS I !
For Mcen, Youths, Boys and Children, at
EXTREMELY LOW PRICES,
Our stock Ia quite full of alt of the best
brands of Longeloths, Shirtings, Sheetings,
T1wills and D~rlllings.
All of the above goods are off'ered at the
LOWESTI CASI I PRICES.
Therefore an early call of Inspection Is
P. LAND)ECKER & BRO.
is aensnt and hanesa<Brk
ndmpl rillo ia 'onsti te~. S iarri~ Ceai
- r i Nsuion. tnois~ a 't otaa I , 1a'a h
Prcice osc.rand $,.i e :rabottl.
Bo ldargate nd Deaaa~ca~atesa inathir
Wodbalh rualand D. c. U.i. A MiM
While Oal Staidard
ALSO IN STORE:
)RY GOODS, NOTIONS,
INDUCEMENTS FOR CASH.
UlYSSE G. DESPORTES.
IS NOT GOOD TO CLEAN THE
ceth of a comb or a cross-cut saw, but It
TEETH OF HUMAN BEINGS
As NO other preparation can. It Is per
ectly harmless and promptly efficlent.
5 cents a box.
W. C. FISIER?,
Wliolesale Agent, Columbia, S. C.
For sale in Winnsboro by MCMASTElI,
l1n1 & KETCHIN.
EITHER MYSTIGAL NOR INDIAN BUT 80111
TI AND SPESIEW.
A REMEDY of over tweny-fve ears stand
L EMEDY moreptuar at home, and w' eg
best kn aother rem is of kind,
I IIEDI endorsed by the best Physioian
nud ru t utits homne.
REMEDUYthat Mr. C. W. O'Neill, Goodwat,
AlA sa a raised is wifefrom an invalid's bed;
adh elieves saved " fecIf.
L IEMIDY of which a prominent Atlant.
inerchant said, "I would hav given M500aos
as I would a nicklo for what two bottles of your
medielno did for my daughter."
V REMEDY in rc ard to which 8. J. Cassel
M. D., Dru at of Thomasville Ga. : a
can recall Instances in which 'ffordz
all the tusual remed es hadfale
Li1EMEDY about which Dr. R. B. Ferrell, la
Grange, Ga., writes: "I have used for the last 20
years the medicine you are putting up and
consider it tho best combina lont over gotten
together for tho diseases for which it is recout.
ItEM9DY of which Dr. Joeliranham Atlan
ta, sald: "lhatle examined the reipe and have ng
bcsi[aton' ii advising its use, anA confidentig
I REMEDY which the Rev. H. B. John20%
n 1 arletta, Gn., says he has used in his fam
ily i the "utmost satisfaction" and recom
mantle i t threo failie "who found it to be
L REEMEDY of which Peinberton, Iverson, &
Denison Bay: "We have been selling it for many
yer.with costantly inceasin sales. The ar
.cle sasrt p with us, and one ofabeoftste merit."
it ICMED) of which Lamar, Rankin & Lamar
Bay': "Woe sold 50gross in four months, and never
Riitanyra ni hat i.t wasin d Laain '"
Ga., says: "I cured one of the most obstinate
cases (, VICAntous MENSTnUATION that ever
camen within my knlowledge with a fewv bottles."
IFhIDY of which Dr. J.C. lInus, Notasulga
Ala., says: I am fully conavin~ced that Zt 1s un.
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