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SATU1RDAY. December.1 , I : : ts:
Clerk's Sales-W. II. Kerr, Clerk.
Sheriff 's Sale-Jno. D. McCarley,
S. F. C.
Assignee's Sale-J. E. McDonald,
-Friday was raiy, gloomy andl
--A Rock City buggy drive Is es
teeined just the thing In town now-a
-Sonator Gaillard voted iII the Sen
ate for tie passage of the Divorce
-Dr. Milburn lectuired In Charlotte,
N. C., on Thursday night on "Sargent
-Chills and fever are still prevalent
in some portiols of the county, and
cold weather doesn't seem to abate the
-Chestor is excited over the pros
poets of a new railroad from Monroe,
N. C., to Augusta, Ga., which is ex
pected to pass through that place. Not
a certainty yet, however.
-Conscientious, christian subscrib
ers should com up amid settle their
dues iI this oflico before the holidays
come. Christmas and New Year can't
be properly enjoyed without clear and
--The track of the Charlotte, Co
lumbia & Augusta Railroad has been
much improved of late aid careful and
skilful work is being directed to all
necessary repairs continually. Tle
road Is now inl good hands.
-All parties who bought guanos
from us must sct.tle on or before the
1st of November, or they wii lose tie
cotton option and will have to pay the
face of their notes inl money.
R. J. McCAnnI'.nY & Co.
Oct 27-tf *
-The Rock City railway symdicate
is pushing cllegetically alead in the
work anid transportatioi of the granite
from the quarry. Tie store scems
inexhaiunsible and tiere is doubtless a
bonanza ill it to tile owners.
-Keep off the railroad track he
tween Mr. Desportes' corner and the
crossiig opposite Mr. T. K. Elliott's
residence. This portion of the track
is fatal. Two mules and a dog have
bemi killed between the places nmmmed
within the several mouths past.
--Messrs. It. J. McCarloy & Co. are
prepared to buy or sell Future Con
(racts for anly parties wishing to o0)er
ate in this line. All business confiden.
(inl. We recei'e press dispatchmes four
times a day and will keep our custom
el-s posted. Oct 16-1t.*
-Tie wire-men of the Soultlhe-n1
Telegraph Comunv passed Wiimiboro
oin Thlursdaiy aftterniooni, pulttinlg up the.
add~liiiimi wires alonig the r-oute. Theli
colipi~any no0w has foury wiICs (201n
pilcted to this pin~t from tile north.
Good b)usiness pr-ospects are alhead for
comle)Ited his neCw barnm anid stables.
Thelm building comipletedl is a model of
convenClienlce and neatnmess, and Mr.
Fniknmay justly be p~rou~d of thme
god jutdgmen~lt displayed in its ar
i'angeiment anid conlstruction. it was
erected at, thle cost of sever-al hlunch-ed
doliirs aldditionlal to tile cost of thec
one recently lost by fire.
JULIws CtesAn.-Thlomas WV. Keenie,
the great tragedian, wvill appear in thle
rle of "Cassius", ini Shakespeare's
tagedy "Julius Ciesar", at the opera
house ill Columbia oil neCxt Moniday
honig.Wimisboro should sendl a
eenin to tile capital to hlear amnd
report of tile r-endition of "Cassius".
TiI E MINSTRELs .-D r. Salvo's in a
* strel enltertainmuent inl the Thespian
llJall on Wednesday night was enjoya
ble and amulsing amnd certalinly worth
the charges for admission. Thle troupe
iconmposedl cutirely of negr-ocs, and
temusic and acting.wer-e creditahic to
having successfully passed the exami
nationl for admissioni to tile bar. Our
y ong friend was swornI in amnd diuly
emnrolied as ani attor-ney-at-law. A
class of twenty-two wer-e admitted at
the same tinme.
John II.- Buchanan, Esq., of the
Chester Reporter, was im town oil
D)EA~vii.-Thlie Vicksburg H~erald ol
* last Sunday mornimng, tihe 9th lnst.,
conmtainms the following anloutncemenlt:
"D)ied ini Vicksburg oin Saturday, No.
vemmber 241, 1883, Mrs. C. E. Coate, inm
the 28th year of her ago, wife of Mr.
Slims Coate." Tile deceasedi had many
war~m friends in Fairfield cotmnty, an1
tis sad intelligenice of her un~timiely
decathl will be received with grief and
Tuia LIEN L1A w.-T'he bill to abol
151111h0 lien law has p~assed1 the110ous<
and is yet to be voted upon01 by thc
Seniate. Tlhme measure 1as It now stanids
Is to take effect40on Jalnary 1, 1885
anid iln terms preserves the laborert
anid landlordls' licbus. Rep~resentIati vet
McMaster anid McMeekinm voted for th<
repeal, amid Representative Douglast
was at tile time absenmt from the Ilous<
andl didn't. vote.
Oun CInCUIT JUDGE.-Th0ii NCjV
and Courier of Tuesday spoke in very
comiplimnentary terms of Judge I. D,
Wit lorspoonl, whmo recenttly piOSded
a . toni. It says: "Judge With,.
a 1iev . Charlestonm for his hom<c
caused the a resterday. Judge Wilth
After these , von unmiversal satisfac
his capital an "
tion to the members of the Charleston
bar, and his courtesv and ability have
been highly apppreciated. He Is an
eariest, able judge, ikud his charges to
ithe Juries in some of the important
and intricate .cases which came before
him have been highly commended.
ICELIGIOUs SERyICPs.-Servicos will
be lield in the diflerent churches to
morrow, as follows:
Presbyteriuit-Rev. D. E. Jordan,
11, a. tn., and 7, p. mi. Sunday School
at. 10, a. ln. Prayer-meeting every
Wednesday at 4, p. m.
Associate Refoirmed Presbyterian
1Rev. J. T. Chalmers, at 11, a. ml., and
7, p. mv Sunday School at 10, a. n.
Prayer inecting on the second and
fourth Wednesdays of every n)onth at
7, ). in.
lethodit-Rev. J. S. Connor, 11
a. in. Sunday School at 10.a. ma.
CONURATULATIONS TO CHKARILESTON.
-Mayor William A. Courtenay and
the entire municipal ticket of Charles
ton were, on Tuesday, the 11th Inst.,
overwhelmingly elected. The practi
cally unanimous vote polled for Mir.
Courtenay and his colleagues on that
day was one of those splendid on
dorsements of a pure and economical
administration of the city government
that does honor to the citizenship of
Charleston. To the indefatigable of
forts of the o.Yews and Courier in the
mnulicipal campaign, the thanks of
Charlestion and the State at large are
due, and we donbt not will be heartily
and cordially given.
TiE SOUTH1 CAROLINA COL.EGE.
We are indebted to some of the Fair
fleld boys for a beautiful and elegantly
gotten up invitation to the commence
ticut celebrations of the Clariosophic
and Euphradian Literary Societies of
the South Carolina College. . The ex
ercises will be had in the Agricultural
Hall in Columbia-the Clariosophic on
Monday evening and the Euphradian
on Tuesday evening next. Mr. J. B.
Davies is the president and Mr. M. L.
Harrell the orator of the Clariosolhic
Society, and Mr. V. L. Bass is the
president and Mr. J. C. Buchanan, of
this place, the orator of the Euiphra
dian Society. The following are the
marshals: J. T. Roddy, chief. From
the Clariosophic Society, E. E. Scibels,
V. 0. Nisbet and Jaumes Hamilton;
from the Euphradian Society, J. J.
Mallonee, W. 1). Douglass and D. It.
Wilson. The commencement exer
cises promise to be wel attended and
will doulliess prove interesting and
instructive. We hope to be present.
Till.Ez E.ECTIoN CASES.--The case of
the United States against Edwin A.
Betliea and others, charged with
breakinag np a Greenaback miectinig at
Mariona on Novemnbcr 6, 1882, by
threats, iniid~ation and violence, has
been heard and concluded before the
United States Circuit Court at Columi
bin. Tbe trial excited special interest
and sympuathyv all over the State, and(
the testimnony of the witnesses and
arg'umnit of counsel consumied sev.
cral dlays. T1hae case wvas given to the
jury at 6.45 p. mn. on last Wednesday.
After fruitless efforts at agrecmnenit till
eleven o'clock, the jury was called in
and Judge Bond ordered a mnistri-il.
All honor is due the zeal and ability
of counsel for the defendants in these
trials, anad to their credit be it said,
that the United States government,
wvitha all its power, with a corrupt and
packed jury panel, with the eloquence
of Melten and the unscrupulousnecss
of the Georgia ren egade, have not
been able to procure a single convic
tion of a Democrat at the present
ternm of the court. The cases against
Thoes. McGill, Jr., and J. G. Herron,
fr~om this county, have been continued
ntil the next terma of the court, and
the probabilities arc now that they w.il
never be triedi. We patienatly indulge
the hope that the government and the
district-attorney will, after a time,
conclude that convictions with no evi
dence cannot be procured in South
Carolinia even with an empanelled jury
of Greenback hirelings and ignorant
Republicans. Then these prosecu
tions w.ill cease, end not before.
Bad On Amnerica.
Nine-tonathls of the peole of the United
States suffer with dyspecpsia, and what are
its many causes. Iilot food, hasty eating,
iutempherance, had air, lack of exercise, ex
cessive use of tea, coffee or tobacco, and
anything that prevents the regular action
of the stomach wIll produce it. Its symnp
tomns are headache, flatulencyr, loss of en
ergy, fetid breath, nmelancholy. Its cure,
Norman's Neutralizing Cordial. *
One Among Many.
Mr. 8. K. Cannon, of high Falls, S. C.,
says heo will sign any testimonial we maty
wvrlte of the virtues of Norman's Neutraliz
ing Cordial. IIe is thorouighly convinced
that it Is trualy a great medie'ine and lhe
recommends It to everyone afilicted with
stomachic disorders. Small sIze, 25l cents.
T1ry it. *
BY virtue of a Deed of Assigiinent
madnt m on January 41, 1881, by
A. P. MIller, for the benefit of lis ered I
tors, 1 w.ill offer for sale, at public outcry,
in front of the Court House door i Whms'
herd,, South Carolina, between the legal
hours of sale, on the
FIlST1 MONDAY IN .JANUJAIIY, 1884,
All that lot of land, andt the buildIngs
thiereoni, sItuate at the northeast eorner of
Lierty aiid Vanderhorst Streets, in the
T1owna of Winnsboro, containing
more or less, and bounded~ oin the inorth by
lots belonging to Alexander Willford, on
thme east by lot l belongi ng to the Protestant
Ep iscopal Church, Patrick JTenkins and
WillIam Il. Doty, on the south hy Liberty
street, and~ on the w.est by Vanderhorst
One-half cash on the (lay of sale, the b~al
ance in one year, secured by the bond of
thme purchaser and mortgage of the preuds.
es, with interest from the dlay of sale; pur
chaser to pay for all papers.
J. EC. McDONALD,
Dec 15-t1x3 Ass..ne
'DY virtue of an execution to me directed.
D 1 will offer for sale 4efore the Coura
House door in Winnsboro, South Carolina,
FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY NEXT,
within the legal hours of sale, to the high
est bidder, for CASH the following-de
All the right title and Interest of E. L.
Lumpkin in all that certain piece, parcel
or tract of land In Fairfield County, South
TWO IIUNDRED AND SIXTY-NINE
Acres, more or less, known as the Gibson
Tract, bounded by lands of Reuben P.
Lumpkin, Robert Lumpkin, 11. F. Gibson
All the right, title and Interest of the
said E. L. Lumpkin in
TWO HUNDRED AND EIGHTY
Acres, more or less, on waters of Wateree
Creek, bounded by lands of the Estate of
Jno. Mobley, deceased, lands of the Estate
of J no. R. Plckett, deceased, lands of Troy
T. Lumpkin and others, being part of the
Lovied upon as the property of E. L,.
Lunpkin at the suit of Jas. 11. Rio and
Alexander S. Douglass, Surviving Partnets
of Jas. B. McCants, deceased, against E.
L. Lumpkin and P. P. Lumpkin, Defend
,TNO. ). McCARLEY,
Sherif's Ofimce, S. F. C.
Winnsboro, S. C.,
December 14, 1883.
Dec 15-txtd -
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
Paul S. Felder, Plaintiff, vs. Thonmas F.
IN pursuanice of an order of the Court of
Common Pleas, made in the above
stated case, I will offer for sale, before the
Court House door in Winnsboro, on the
FIRiST MONDAY IN JANUARY NEXT,
within the legal hours of sale, at public
outcry, to thie highest bidder, the follow
lIu-descrlbed property to wit:
All that pIece parcel or tract of land,
lying, being and situate in the County of
airfi'eld, in the State of South Carol ina,
more or less, bounded on the north by
lands of T. F. Smith, on the east by lands
of T. F. Smith, on the south by lands of
W. Rt. Doty & Co and -n the west by
lands (f George Gibson-being the south
ern portion of'a certain tract of land con
ta ing two hundred and seventyr-two acres,
more or less, known as the I'lomas C.
TEnMS OF SALE:
One-half of the purchase-muoniey to lie
paid in cash, and the balance thereof In
one year from the day of sale, with luter
est thereon from said day, payable annual
ly; the purchaser to give for such balance
his bond secured by a mortgage of the
preilises sold, and to pay for all necessary
W. hI. KERR,
Clerk's Office, C. C. C. P. F. C.
Winnsboro, S. C.,
December 14, 1883.
CLERK'S SA iE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
John Y. Scott, Individually and as Adinin
istrator, Plaintiff, vs. Daniel Scott and
IN pursuance of an order of the Court oif
OCcmmnon Pleas, made in tie above
stated case, I will offer for sale before thme
Couirt Ilouse door in Wimnsboro, on the
FhllS'T MONDAY IN JANUAlIY NEXT1,
wit hin the legal hours of sale, at public
ou tcry, to the highest bidder, the follow
iing-desncribcd property, to wvit:
All that piece, pmarcel or tract of land,
l 'iug, being and situate In thme County of
I' ahrfleld, in the State of South Carolina,
more or less, lying on the road leadhiig
from Bell's Mili to Columibia. and hounded
oii the( north and east by lands of William
Bloyd, on the south by lands of William A.
Clarke and oii the wvest 1by lands of William
Bioyd aind William A. Clarke.
TEnIMS OF 5A1LE:
CASil-the purchiaser to pay for ali
W. Ir. KER1R,
Clerk's Oillee, C, C C. P. F. C.
WVinnsboro, S. C.,
D)ecemnber 14, 1883.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIl9A,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
Sarah J. Dennman and Others Plainitiffs, vs.
WV. 1. Ilogan and Others, befendants.
I N pursuance of an order of the Court of
Common Pleas, made in the above
stated ease, I ill offer for sale, before the
Court Ilouse door in Wlnnsboro, on the
FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY NEXT,
wvithinu the legal hours of sale, at puiblic
outcry, to the highest bidder, the follow
lag-described property, to wit:
A ll tha t plee parcel or tract of land
ly'ing, being and situate in the County of
kairfld and State of South Carolina, con
ONE IIUND)RED AND NINETY ACRES,
nmore or less, and bounded by lanids of
John Lauhon, .James Alleni, Estate of
Williami Boyles and Estate of Elias Jami
TEnIMs OFd BALE:
One-hialf of tihe purchmase-mioney to be
p~ald in cash, and the balance on a credit]
of twelve months from the (lay of sale
with interest from said (lay of sale, or all
cash at thme option of thme purchaser; the
purchaser to pay for allnesarppr.
Clerk's Ofie,C. C. C. IP. F'. C.
Winnsboro, S. C.,.
Decenmber 14, 1883.
D. R. FLENNIKEN
Has just reeived1 a sup~ply of Self-liking
Buckwheat Flour and Newv Orleans Mo
lasses, Old1 Government JTava Coffee,
Canned (Goods, consistIng of Salmon, Bart
let Pears, Tromnatoes, Okra and Tomatoes,
Peaches, Pineapples, Marrow Squash,
Succotash, SardI ies, Chmow-Chiowv- and
Mixed Pickles, Mustard and Pepper,
Raisins, Citron and Currants, Royal hlakiug
Powders, Macaroni andl Cheese, and
Evaporated Vegablws for..ou.
OF ALL KINDS FOR SALE BY
J. F. McMASTER & CO
BALL HAND COTTON PRESS.
LITTLE GIANT IYDRAULIC PRESS
CHAIN AND ROTARY HARROWS.
OLD IHICKORY WAGONS.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE
JORTLAND WAGON COMPANY,
PLATFORM SPRING WAGONS,
Give us a call and we will sell you what
rou Want CHIEAP.
J. F. McMASTER & CO.
'RO AND AFTER
I WILL SELL OUT AT COST ALL
ny Shelf Goods, Canned Goods, Con.
ections, Sugars, Coffees, Rice, Tea
md all goods in my store.
If you give ine a call you will bc
net with PRICES unheard of in the
Give me a call. There will be nc
rouble in the least to show my goods.
I MEAN BUSINESS.
. S. WOLFE.
CIIEAP GROCERY STORE.
I'HEY MUST GO!
3UR ENTIRE STOCK OF
Will bc offered for the next
A~t PRICES that will satisfy
:he closest buyer.
P.llectar & Bra.
-B Stt Shoe Moles sa rd tu
Till8 MORNING AT NINE O'CLO(
on the snarkot at a regular sacrifice.
WE NEED MONEY and MUST HlA1
to get goods at prices only ofi'red by
Thshsbecen the prediction of some o
L ARTIES 1NDEBTED TO U
IT STANDS AM
WHAT IS THIS!
ME1IlIEIM ~ IHEMIulin~
Coughs, Sore Throat,
Bes oa Whooping
* amongh', I
Indigestion, of nrath,!
Dnuea, - cI
1DREWER'S LUNG -RESTORER1
Is entirely vegetable, and we
challenge the world to produce any..
thing equal to it for all Throat and
Lung Diseases. *
5'~ 1,00 Per Bottle, o~s
LAMAR, RANKIN & LAMAR,
MAcok, ATLANTA S At.aANY, GA,
Whl Kehv oogodsisa 75
artile The garesntsar gof stlsh shape,
$ewe wi allk$1, telvl od a1n nl
trnimedD greteu condembaes uy
vresuioon If ao, yiioiu mtulds resct
wheitn colig ot Columbiac. Ifhlere is
anythigurthe s inel made and iel
ter applarel that you reqjuire you can find1 it
in our stock.
TJo the ladies of Wainnsbor() we wish to
announe that we have the largest stock of.
Boys' Clothing in Colunmia. ios' school
amnldress suits; also a iihndsome line of
Kjlts for the little ones, and imade and
trinned in the latest styles. WVe also
guarantee a perfect fit. Al orders sent to
miy add~ress will receive p~ronmpt attention,
and if thiey (10 not, suit or fit, you enni re
turn thiem byf payng half expre~ss.
llC5~CIL M. L. RINAltD.
Carpets and House Furnishing Goods, The
JLargest Stock South of Baltimore. Moquet,
Brussels, 3-Ply and Ingrain Carpets, Rugs,
Mats an d Crumnb Olothms, WVindow Shades,
Wail Paso. Borders, Laneo Curtlins, Cor.
nies an ,o~s Cocoa & Canton Matting.,
Uphist OltqinCromos, Picture ..
Frames Wrt o amples and Frices.
BA II A OOSKBI Yi AUGOUSTA;- GA.
1 4VIALS of PURIE SPEllM OI,
for Sewinig Maclines, at teln cents per vial, a
for saln e yw. E. AInr N,
'K I WILL THROW THIS STOCK
rE IT. Now, if ever, Is your tino
rour competitors. We have con to
med than we thought they were.
S WILL PLEASE SETTLE AT
That it 18 the acknowledged Leader in
the Trade is t fact that cannot be dis.
MANY IMITATE IT-NONE EQUAL ITI
The Largest Armed
Tle Lightest hunnng,
The most Beautiful Woodwork.
AND IT IS WAR1ANTED
To be made of the best material.
To (10 any and all kinds of work.
To be complete In every respect.
For Sale by
J. M. BEATY & CO.,
Winnsboro, S. C.
Agents wNanted in ioccupied territo
OMESTIC SEWING MAChIINE CO.,
. - . -60-. -
Come anud see the largest and lest se
Leted stock Millinery, consisting of'
r0i1n11)d Patftern, lInts and Hlolmets in
Hin ined goods, Velvets, Satins, Rilbhons,
'lowers, Tips, Plum1ies, Birds Iil Feath
r:s,. all colors, Crapes, lilusions, Black and
Viute I alves, Love, ("rape, Veils, Itarege,
'issue and I'arisienne Velling, llair
vitcels fron 75 celits up, Curls, Bangs,
rojuet~ries for the hair, crepe, I sle nuld
hecr Ihin for the neck, Flehus, Col
rettes and 'Ties, and al kidls of Faney
J. O. BJOAG'S.
A full stock of La.d Its' anud Misses'
losiery. hlerlinu, Lisle, Silk andi Kid
loves, all colors and new styles. A ni as
ortmuent of Ladles' and ia [ises' colored
lnd wite Corsets, aill sizes. 1101)> SkIrts,
)ress Shields anid P alpitators. I andk1 er
hiefs in variety, fromu Cotton to Silk. Silk
'rlnges, Paissemuenterie Trimmuing, Vel vet
C libbonis, Bralds and otheri D~ress T1rlim
itungs. Jluttons in great va.iiety, styles
11d prlices, at
eJ. 0. BOA 0'S.
A full stock of Notions of all kinds.
adle's' Linen and Laice Collars, Zephiyrs,
uaxonly, lh-rlii and1 Shetland Iloods. Chiul
Iren's Zephyr Hoods and Sacques, Shawls
nd~t Jole~lvard SkIrts, at
J. 0. RJOAG'S.
All kindso(f Whlilte Goods, White Lace
.nd Muslin Curtains, Cretonnes, &c., &c.
Liso a full and com le lIne of Dress
hoods, of varIous fbrIes, styles and
urlces, from Cal~eoes, Worsted, Cashmecres,
liks and Satins--yon can ndnyhr-yu
vant in that line and at any p;rice. b1~ese
oods we arc dletermlined to sell chleap) and
Our stock of Shoes of all kinds willl be0
old1 at andi belowv COST, as well as heavy
Iece gods for Men's wvear, andI other
:00(1 that we do not intend keeping after
resent stocek of same ia sold. We men
vhat we say.
J. 0. BO AG.
FIFTEEN muore of thet
lEWV HIH ARtM DAVIS MACHINES,
The best Machine on the market, and
Iyes puerfect satisfactIon in every partlen
wr, and a general favorIte wIth Vlie ladles.
.very MachIne WVARRiANTED) in everyI
artlcular. No famlly shonld 1)e wIthoutI
no. Send ordIer or come all and buy one.I
J. 0. BOAG0.
TO .A.R~V JD,
A lot of BIUUIES and IHARNESS.
VAIT FORl THEM.
J. 0. BOAG.
COR DIA L.
8 tt and d l rler # for tim -, - r.
aco ad iwo. whtollier In ,',hru ir alit.
Prompl rlioin Dysentery. lirhosa,0~bol
Fltur oriping i'u n, Viatuluney,
ifusa , idl o (lo Stoacta
bo u din lit - iirarnentq of
itcwamor - t Ezin ldor ostmr.,ne h
N EUT RA LZ.INO CORI1A L
Is as ofenant and harmless as Ilas-k.
borry 1Ine oes not co'nt.an Opisun
and will not conti pate. S pecial riecom
- mended for Soasicknss and Toothilng
-Price 2sc. and *a.oo l~er bottle.
Bold by all Druglst s and Jbeal.e iu Med lkcine,
E10EBLBIOR OBEMIOAL 00,
Sole ProprIetors, *~
Walhalla, S. C. U. S. A.
WIZARD EIIL. 1
.FULL supply of theo above Oil, Pills
One laundi'ed Pounds of thme Best Biuc
Lon.Fo ale by
DRY GOODS, NIONS,
INDUCEMENTS FOR CASH.
ULYSSE G. DESPORTEN.
IS NOT GOOD TO CLEAN TIE
toeth of a cont or a cross-cut saw, but It
TEETH OF HUMAN BEINGS
As NO other preparation can. It Is per
rectly iarimless and promptly efficient.
25 cents a box.
W. C. FISHER,
Wholesale Agent, Columbia, S. C.
For sale In Winnsboro by MCMASTER,
IhticxE & KETCIIiN.
R, REAL REMEDY!
NEITHER MIsTIGAL NOR INDIAN 1VT 5811
TIFIO AND SPEF10.
IL BEDIEDY of oter gventy lveyeara standbW
fk REM ED)Y more po nda/' at home, and when
best known tihan all other remaetfee ota kind.
A. REEED enldorsed by tho best Physieians
and Drugg st at its tho me.
A REME that Mr. C. W. O'Neill, Goodwate%
Ala.. says raised his wife from an invalid's bed,
and he elieves amnaeglfe.
A IMEMEDY of which a prominent Atlanta
merchant said, "I would have given 000 assoon
as I would a nickle forwhat two bottles of your
medicine did for my daughter."
A REMEDY in re ard to which B. J. Cassellp,
M. D., Dru gat o Thoiasvillo Ga., laa:
can recall Instances in wylich a fford, if
AlaU the ustd remedlles had.failed.
A. EDIEDY about which Dr. R. B. Ferrell. La
Grange, Ga., writes: " have used for the at 20
years the medicine you aro putting up and
considor it the boat combination ever gotten
together for the diseases for which it is recom
A REMEDY of which Dr. Joel Branham Atlan
ta. said: "Ihave emmaiined the recpe and avo no
hesitation in advising its use, ancd confidently
A REMEDY which the Rev. II. B. Johnson,
near Marietta. Ga., lays he has used in his fam
ily with the "utmost satisfaction" and reeom
mended it to three families "who found it to be
just what it is recommended."
AREMEDY of which Pemberton, iverson, &
Denison say: "Wo have been selling It for many
yer.with eonstantly increasing sales. The ar
ticietsas ale with us, and oneof absoihdemnerit."
A REMEDY of which Lamar, IRankin & Lamar
sa:"We sold 50gross in four months and never
sol. it in any lace lmtwhat it was wanted again."
A REMED by which Dr. Dlaugh, of LaGrange,
Ga., says: "I cured one of ths most obstinate
cases of VIcAln0Us MnNsTRUATIoN that ever
came within my knowledge, with a few bottles."
A RIt'EDY of which Dr J.C. Hus, Notasulga
Ala., says: I am fully convinced that it Wf un
rialie." fr that classof diseases which it claims
A REMEDY about which Mn]. John C. Whitner,
of Atlanta, well and favorably known all ever
the United 5tates as atGenerat Insurance Agent,
says: "I used this remedly b~eeo the war on a
larg la t n a great number of eases,
A E EYaotwhich Mr. 3. W. Strango, of
Cartersvilie, Ga., certifies that one bottle eured
two members of his famil of menstrual irregu
larity of man y ers standing.
A REMEDY tbtiscnEAPbR THAN ANY otfitER
M~rflCNR oi its kind in the world, because 1 on
2 nIoTTLEs WILL cUaE TnE MsT OBsTINATE CASE.
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FEx A Lt R EGULATO (Woman's Boat Friend.) For
sale by all Dru j~. Price: BSall size 75 conta
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No. 1088B. P'ryor Street, ATLANTA. GA,
Swift's Specific has been the mons of bringing
:sealthi and happiness to thousands who were pre
nounced incurable of Blood and Skin Diseases.
HEAR THE WITNESSESI
I am sure that Swift's Specific saved my life. I
wne terriliy po'isonsed with Malaria, and was vs
uip ini die. Swift's Speeillc relieved me promptly
entirely. I think it is thse greatest rem of the ao
C. 0. SPE ERt
Sup't Gas Works, Rome, Ga.
8. S. S. cnres ii worst forms of Scr fula, OR -
f4isres. (ld Ulcers, tNer.ema, llerpes, and a$ Bl'o
is llamor, It eliminates thie P'oison from t
131.d,. andi drIves it out throegh the poros ofth
liAD SOPOULA FORl 1y YEARS,
I have suffered from Scroula about 1y years. The
disea'.u being mostly conllned to my le and ankles
my a-hin bones were covered with lrge ulckers amd
rne maiso sollen jta, and the odor was almost un
b'eamsl'l. All remet des and trentment~s which I tried
lalied to do sue any good. At lnst t began taur
B. . . continuing for about four months, and I AM
()ElITAINIXY W LL,1. I took 8. 8. 5. under the
supervision of a physician of 20 years' active prac.
lice, by youlr order. Previous to taing 8. 8. S. I at
times could scarcely walk. N'ow Icanm walke all day,
and l ave. to thIank I/. . 8. and ft only fo y cure.
14 Fourndry Strcet, Atlanta, Ga.
R HEU MA TISM'
T'he seat of this disease is in (As Blast,
$10.00) would not purchase from me what 58.5,
has effected in mny case. It culred me of 3Mals a
Editor Repnulcans, Sprinigi"
A negro was cnred of a violent case
im by . 8. 8. Without ob remedy hr
died. WldM. T a creae
W~rlto for a copy of the Uittle bo,
1 000 lIIEWAtD wR .
Chemist, whso will
of 10 bottles of S. 5. 8., ono parth; My wife
iodido potassium or any minera su eonstaat.
THlE SWIlFT SPEC r~ needed
Dar8, en Airs
fofind Davis Ma
2 Quck ~~h toYI work I ave Md -
Thousan~a it 01k as wlau n new.