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SAURDAk, December 3, t : . * 155
W. H. Williford, Q. D. Williford.
-All parties who bought guant
fvom ius must settle on or before t1i
1stof November, or they wil lose tli
cotton option and will have to pay tli
face of Wliolr notes in money.
R. J. McCAUIEY & Co.
ALt, HONo.-The senil-aniual r
ports "of the students of 'the -Sout
Caroluia College are out, and Fairfiel
stands head and shoulders aboie he
'sister counties. In all of the respo4
tive classes some of her representr
tives have received the honorary dif
tinction, which mueans an averag
between 90 and 100. This should be
subject or congratulation, not only t
the students themselves and to thel
parents, but to All who are interestei
lin the literary progiess of the county
THEc RVoENT ENTERTAINMENT.-Th,
fellowing Is a statement of the resul
of the entertainment on Tuesday night
The gross receipts amounted to $78.20
The expenses were: Wardrobe fo
tragedy, $10.92; colored lights, eic.
for stage, $11.30; lights and hall-rent
$6.95; servant hire, $3.10; incidentals
93 cents. Total elp'enses, $38.20
leav Ing a net balance of $45.45, whici
has been handed to Mrs. Win. R
Robertson, the agent, for this county
of the Mount Vernon Association. -
CoNVOtFENCOE APPOINTMENTS.-T h 4
South Carolina Conferenca, of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, South
at Sunter, adjourned on Monda'
night. The following appointment:
for the Columbia District for 1884 wil
be of interest to many of our readers
A. Coke Smith, Presiding Elder. Co
lumbia, Washington Street, W. C
Power; Marion Street, It. P. Franks
City Mission, C. H1. Pritchard; Winns
boro and Blackstook, A. 11. Lester
Fairfield Circuit, J. K. McCain
Blythewood, It. L. Duffle; Batcsburg
A. M. Chreltzburg; Jobinston an
Harmony, D. D. Dantzler; Leesvilli
to be supplied by G. T. Harmon
Graulteville and Vaucluse, Saneo
PrusONAL.-Messre. J. C. BUchanan
S. D. Dunn, W. D. Douglass amu
Isaac L. Withers, of the Soth Caro
lina College, and Miss Lucy T. Rion
of the Charleston Female College, ar
ll home for the Christmas holidays
A pleasant stay to each of them.
Miss Kate Evans, of Marion, *vh<
o town, returned to her'
Friday. During her short stay here
Miss Evanus made many warm friendi
in Winnsboro, and each and every oni
atm them will be glad to wvelcome hei
~Joh n G. Mobley, Esq., .of the. Co
lumnbia bar, was in town on Thursda:
-Messrs.- R. J1. McCairey & Co. ar
Sprepared to) buy or sell Future C.m
racts tor' any parties wvishiang to oiler
aeithsline, l business confldden
-tial. We receive press dispatches ton
times a day and wvill keel) our custonm
er's posted. Oct 16-tf*~
Tuma TOWN CmIR4TERu.-The followv
lng is the full text of the Senate bill ti
amend the charter of Winnsboro, a
amended and passed In the House:
SECTImON 1. That Section 3 of an Ae
entitled "An Act to amend the charte
of the town of Winnsboro," approve<
March 18th, 1878, be amended b;
adding at. the end ofthe fifth line o
said Sect ion: the words "or sale stabi
kepers," so that said Section, as thn
amneshall read as followvs:
"SEC. 2. That the Town Council b
- authmorized and empowered to levy
sp)ecial tax of 2& mills on the dollar c
al ithe tax able prop~erty within th
cor'porate limits of the town, for th
peri~od of three years; the proceeds c
said tax, or so much thereof as may b
rqieto be used in liquidating thi
debt incurred inm the improvement c
the streets angd fire department of th~
"SF.c. 3. The Towvn Council shal
have power, within their discretom
to imp~ose an annnal tax anid to grail
*1 license for the same, upon such term
and regulations as they may establishi
to keepers of ten-pin alleys and bowl
lng alleys, owvners of publiic drayu
vagons, carts or hacks, livery stabi
keopers or sale stable keepers.
Transfors of Real Estate.
Since our last report the followinm
transfers of real estate have been em
tored in the office of the county and
Novembher 7, 1883. John T. Seibeli
Master, to John D. Harrison, 12
acres in Wateree township; considei
November 7, 1883. Mary J. Wel
and others to Elizabeth Weir', 95 acr<
in Brice township; consideration $6.01
and certain relinquishment.
November 8, 1888. W. B. CreigI
to Christina Fraser, one lot in Momi
Zion township); consideration $76.
November 6, 1883. Win. A. Clarn
tSamuel Robertson, 88 acres
r4heenbrier township; consideratic
i November 12, 1883. Marth~a Wall
to John R. Thomasj 08 acres
eel Distriet No. 10; considerath<
.arch 16, 1883. Calvin Brice, Jol
rice, T. W. Brice and C. 8. UrI
Angus R. Nicholson, one acre
ice township; consideration $20.
' November 6, 1888. W. Hi. Ker
lerk, to J. E. McDonald and C.
''ouglass, 60 acres in Hloreb townshij
'~ovember 12, 1888. J.- E. MeDo
id and C. A. Douglass to Margaret
Sloau, 60 acres in Horeb <ivnship;
- November 14, 1883. '. B, Lylesto
Lou Q. Lyles, 100 acres in Greenbrier
townshib; donsidoration $1.00
June 4, 1888. Marshall McGraw to
Mary ifarden,- 859 acres in- Horeb
a township; consi4eration, services ren
- November 6, 1883. W. H1. Kerr,
e Clork, to Jas'. 11. Rion, 1141 acres
in Wateree township; considoration
0414D OF TA.NKB. -
h Messrs. Editors: Allow -ine-to'ac
Li km.oweqdge, through yo:r coiu.mps, the
r reveigt.of'a very handsone studeilt's
, chair, acconipaiied with these modest
. wdirds,~ "A slight testimonial of tie
atfctionaid esteem of your friends in
e the nejghborhood of Hiorah.church.".
I do not wish, by :thus making public
one of those unobtrusive ministries'
r which are.seldoin chronicled, and eon
1 sequently have no reward on earth, to
.ro1) my "frIends" of their rewd-l in
the world to come. But as I do not
D know who are these friends, I am forced
t to take this-public way of revealing
niyelf. Say to them, if you please,
that I took in 'seat'in this lovely dhtifi
r as soon as received, and composed a
, sermon I think of rather unusual "ten
, dera'ess," and delivered it last Sunday
, with rather unusual "emphasis," their
kindness being the decidedly unusial
inc-ative. Inter nos, Messrs. Editors,
alloW me respectflully to suggest that
if you waia, to hear a good sermon just
scnd your pastor a present, especially
if it be one like mine. My word for
it, you will be hmply rewarded. But
please don't forget to oflbr my sincere
thanks to those dear-ladies I had
almost said, for I strongly suspect that
I they are at tie bottom of it, as they
usually are of everything that is genl
. erous nill noble.
T. W. MELLICIIAMP.
Ridgeway, S. C.
- GOVEUNOR BUTLER'S OPINIONs.
Governor Butler, of Massachusetts,
who was in New York Thursday, ex
pressed the opinion that the prospects
for the Demo'rats electing the next
President are good. He does not
3 think the Democrats in Congress will
do anything to fritter away the party's
strength. He says there are but two
questlonis on which the parties can
divide-one is the sectional issue, the
renewal of the fight between the North
and the South, which the Republicans
I are making; the other is the issue upon
a reduction of the tariff, which tile
Democrats are making. Governor
Butler savs lie stands squarely on the
platforin of the Democratic convention.
of Massachusetts, and insists that it is
thle duty of the national government to
raise only so much revenue as is abso
littelv ieded for tie economlcal car
Irying on of the government; that tis
anmount of revenueo shlould be raised by
means of a tariff, and that in levv'ime~
that tarifi; Amnerican enterprise 'and
American industry should b~e inci
dentally protected. In other wordIs,
the necessities of the gover'Inment t~o be
met by taxationt should be made as
light as p~ossible, and the taxation
should be so judicionshv'distribjuted as
to best foster Am'erican' literests. As
to tile possi1ble Demnocratic candidates
for President and Vice-President,
Governor flutlei/lleclined to talk, but
lhe concededl that thle "old ticket" htad
a gtreat deal of straenagth throughout
- the countrv'. In regardl to the Repub
-licana candidates, Governmor Butler said
a in his juidgmtenit the ue'ectiona of Prosi
- dlent Arthur to head the ticket would
be tile wisest course for the Republican
convention to pur'sue.
M AlR IED, 011 Thursday,-D)ecember 20,
a~t the residence of the bride's father, thec
Rev. J. S. Connor, by the' Rev. Geo. WVms.
Walker, Mr. TuloMfAs M. Jon DAN to Miss
S. ROsA LIE CONNORI.
"My flack Is Now Well."
Thlis is wha Mr. Clough, of Lowvell
Mass., was happy to say after hIs wife had
given hai a good rubbing with Pxnny
s D)AVIs's PAIN KILLEIn, and adlministered
a dose inwardly, For four years lhe h~ad
a been eiplied with rhlemnatism, andl suffer
Sed agony iln his back. After usig PAIN
SKILLn, heo went to his business with comn
fort, and is now as wvell as ever lie wvas. *
Badl On Ameriea.
S Nine-tenths of the peCople of thme United
a States suffer with d yspepsia, and whaat are
fits manny causes. I lot food, hasty eatlig,
i ntemiperanice, bad alt', lack of exercise, ex
cessive use of tea, coffee or tobacco, and
antigthat prevenits the regular action
othstmach wvill produce it. Itssyp
toums are headachae, nlatulene y, loss of en
t ergy, fetid breath, mnelanicho . Its cure,
s Norman's Neutralsving Coi'dfal. *
eOTICE is hereby given that the under
Lsig nedi have formed a co-partnership
for the pur >ose of dloinig busimess In Sale
andi Feed Stables in the Trowni of Winns.
boro and in thme City of Charleston. Promp)t
atten~tioni will be given to all businiess in
I.V. 11. WILLIFORD,
Q. D. WILLIFORD.
Winnsboro, 8. C., December 22, 1883.
a, D)ee 22--tx3w
THE WORST" "ISM " TO-DAY IS
RHEUMATISM IN THE RACK
e Cured by
ii PERRY DAVIS'S PAIN KILLER,
RHEUMATISM IN THE KNEES
PER RY DAVIS'S PAIN KIL LER.
RH EUMATISM IN TME MUSCLES
n PER RYDA AVIS'S PAIN KIL LER.
in R HEUMATISM OP' LONG STANDING
a', PER RY DAVIS'J PAIN KILL ER.
RHEUMATIC SUFFERERS, buyof
~. I any Drugglet
3- AR~ry Davis's Pain Killer
HOLIDAY. IF TS.
NICE LOT OF HOLIDAY
GIFTS TO BE OPENED
T O-DAVT O-DAY.
O-DA f I O-DA
PRESENTS of all KINDS!
These goods have just been
received and will be opened
Nice selection, large assort
ment, BOTTOM PRICES.
XLZAS GOODS I
RAISINS, F1F'rEEN CENTS.
C dACK ERS,
NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES.
HAMS AND MACKEREL-Goo) AND CIIEAP.
A FULL LINE OF COOKING AND HEATING
WAGON MATERIAL AND AGRICULTURAL
IMPLEMENTS. TRY TIlE
I have a few boxes Tobacco that I
will job Cieap. I wish to cut down to
a few styles only.
J. H. CUMMINGS.
Now i. the Timfe
T1o buy goods cheap, and to all who are
needing them we would say that, if you
willl give us a call we wvill prove this fact
CA LIDWELL & LAUDElRDALE.
We have just receiv'ed a fresh stock of
Priints, Cretons, bleached antd unibl eached
D~omestles andl Shectings, Ca~nton Fl an nels,
&c., wvhich are being marked low. Ciome
CA LDwE'iLL & LAUD)ERDA LE.
We have a ice line of Dress Gioods of
dlifferent kinds, Including thme best Cash
nmeres. Lookf at them.
CALD~WELL~ & LA UDERD)ALE.
We have a large lot of Cloaks and .Jack
ets, a great many of which we will sell at
cost. Also a splendlid lot of Blankets anmd
Shawls, both common and best quality.
Thiey are very cheap.
CALDWELL & LAUDIERlDALE.
Our stock of Silk IIandkerchmiefs, Gloves,
Collars andl Collarettes, and a job lot of
flue Hlosiery that we have in all colors anid
sizes, will pay to examine. Come and see
CALDWELL & LjAUD)ERIALE.
We ask a special look at D~r. Warner's
Celebrated Corsets. Our Coraline, Nursing,
Long Waist, are tihe bet and a guarantee
for six months given witfi every one.
CAIIWELLI & LAUD)ERDIALE.
WVe ask an iuspectioni of our stock of
Clothing, all styles, whieh we are certain
are extremely low in pri1ce, from COmmHon
to best quality.
CA LDWELL & LAUIDEIRDALE.
Comamon Wool Ilats, all styles, best Felt
and Nobby Styles, also best quality of
stiff hats, to suit everybody's taste anmd
pce.CALDW~ELL. & LA UDERIDA LE.
We are continually receiving fresh lots
of Boots and1 Shoes, andl our stock is al
wvays full, made up by the best mnanufac
turors, and every pair guaranteed to give
satisfaction. Best goods for tile least pos
ALDWELL & LAUDERDALE.
We have just received1 a large stock of
the best Ironstone Crockery. Also a lot of
Glasswvare, wleh will surely pleasc you.
CALDWELL & LA~UDERDALEn.
By a look into our Grocery Deopa rtmenl
you will find Fresh lhickwh eat, the besi
Cheese and Mlacaroni, Jumbo H~ams and
many othler god things. Come and see.
CALWWELL & ILAUDERtDALE.
We have too large and varied a stock tc
enumerate but if you .will come and aset
us you will find a groat deal to attract,
among other things our Now Carpet Ex.
hibitor, here. you can see a 'bea lfiit
stock affkrpets in a very few mniuts
wich, ik e tle rest of our goods, are sokl
at very close p~rlges. Give us a call.
CALDWELL. d LAUDERDALE,
Oarpets and House Furnishing Goods, Thn
Lar~gest Stock South of Baltimore. Moquot
nieesoad Pol,R 0veoa Canton. MIattings
Uphlst laChomoe 'Piturin
Framese e~~ISais aud Price.-.
Come and see the largest and best so
lected 'stbek Milluery, consisting of
Trinmed Pattern -1 -its an41d Ilonnets Iun
triuned eoods, Velyets, Satins, libbons,
Flowerb." Tips, Plunes, Birdt and Feath
ers, all colors, Cr'apes, Illusions, Black and
Whito Laces, Lo've,Crape,' Volts, Iarege,
Tissue ani .. Parisleuino Veiling, Hair
Switches froi 7-5 cents.. up, C(urls, Bangs
Croquetriesfor tlhe bair, Crope, rLsle and
other Ituelings for (i nieck, Flehus, Col
larettes and Tits, and all' kinds of IFancey
- A full stock of . Ladles' and Misses'
I loslery. Berlin, LAsle, Silk and Kid
Gloven,. all colors and new styles.. An as
sortnent of Ladies' an1d Msse' colorMed
and white Corsets, all-slzes. I1oo Skirts,
Dress-Shields and Palpitators. I andker
eliefs inl Varloty, froi Cotton to Silk. Silk
Fringes, Passeiienterie Triinnnng, Velvet
Ribbons, Braids and other Dress Trim
ninlgs. liuttons.ini great val styles
and pi-ices, .t '
. - J. O. BOAG'e
A full stoeck of Notions of aill kinds.
Ladles'. Linen and L2ace Collars, Zephyrs,
Saxony, lerlini 111d ShethIld IH1oods. Chil
dren's Zephyr IHoods and Sacqeins, Shawls
and Boulevard Skirts, at
J.; 0. IOAG'S.
All kindsof White ( oolS, Wh'lite' Lace
and( Muslin Cuirta, s retonnues, &c. &c.
Also a full an1d coltup leto line of- Dress
(oods, of various fabries, styles and
prices, from Calicoes, Worsted, Caslunieres,
Silks and Satins-you canl 1lid anything you
want In that line anldl at 1uiy price. These
goods we are determined to sell ieep and
Our stock-of Shoes of all kinds will be
sold at and below COST, a well as heavy
piece goods for Moii's wear, and - other
goods that we (10 not .inteld keejping after
present stock of same Is sold. We inean
what we s113'.
J. 0. BOAG.
FIFTEEN more of tha
NEW H11111 ARM DAVIS MACHINES,
The hest Machine on the market, and
gives perfect-.6,atisfaction every partleu
lar, and a general favorit with the ladies.
Every Machine WARlIIANTE) in every
particular. No family should he without
one. Send order or come all and buy one.
J. 0. BOAG.
TO~.AR TV ~E,
A lot of BUIES and HAlNESS.
WAIT FOR THEM.
J. 0. BOAG.
WHAT IS TH IS!
Coughs, Sore Throat,
in the Ghest, "" hortness
Zndigestion, of Sroath,
Dyspepsia, - A oNl
BREWER'S LUNG RESTORER
is entirely vegetable, and we
challenge the world to produico. any..
thing equal to It for all Throat and
5 1,00 Per Bottle,6;nosE~~
~LAMAR, RANKIN & LAMAR.
MAooN, ATLANTA & AU.BANY,OA.
OF AILL KINDS) FOR SA1LE'1WY
J. F.* McMASTER '& Co.
BALL HAND COTTON PRZESS.
LITTLE OIANTi H1YDhAUIiC PRESS.
-CHAIN AND) ROTIARY HIARRtOWS.
01LD HICKORY WVAGONS.
WE ARE~ AGENTrS FOR THE*
'CORTLAND) WAGON COMPANY,
PLATrFORM SPRING WVAGONS,
Give us a enil and we wil~l sell you what
you want CH E P.
.J. F. McMASTIERI & (JO.
-Blay.State 81100 Soles sqecured by the
gnaninn McKnay Sernw. Ji M. BIEATY.
TIIIS MORNING AT NINE O'(
on the inarkot at a regular sacrificec
WE NE~ED MONEY and MUST
to got goods at pr1ices only ofl'ered It
This has beeni the prediction of sc
the conclusion that they wero bettei
ALL PARTIES INDEUITED T
ANI) FEED) STABLE
HLORSES,' MiARlES, M ULES, l'ONI I
Just arived~ ~, oin Sat.uruday, thet 9tth in
from OIlasgowv, Kentuicky, two eatr-Iioads
fine driving" and) ridinig'
1IOliMES A NI) MA lIES,
and a~ lot of tine imuiles. lIn hlt a I
superbI1 saddile andit hiarness PO( N I ES
wvelil broke, sounid and1( gentle', aill of wht
I will sell low for ensh, or on time u:
next fall for ailproved pator, 0r 1 w~ill ht
old( fat stock ini exchiange 01r poor yoi
mutles or maires.
You wvil d (1w~ell to callI and see mty st,
before putrchasing elIsewhe ire,
Win nshoro, S. (., Nov. 1U, 1883.
Nowv thalt the (eOt ton is abhot all gimi
and~ farmiiers are4. ntot. as5 busy as they v
be in tihe spring, we suggest, that 11
bring in their gins to be repaired in on
to avoli hurry and dlisaippointmntt wil
they do need them.
We thirowv thuis out, as a suggestion, a
you mutlst blamei youirselve '~~ if you do
get your gin when you want. it.
HOUSE R UIILD)IN(
I IE.U NI)EIISIG NED) A ICE PRi EP/
cd to furnish esitimates and to do all kii
Ihouse 1luildIing and Onrpen1
All wvork enitruted to u~s will h
PRIOAIPT ATlTENTIION. Satisfael
W. A. 'MOMED3~
Oct. 25-txtf W. II. SMIII.
A FUIJLL supp1ly of the abovc OIl, 1
One htundiredl poundts of the Best I
stone. For sale by
W. E. AIKEN.
I wil ofer or sle efolre the (O
IHouse door it Whmsb~loro, South Carol
FiRST MONDIAY IN JANUAlIY
next, withint the legail hour1 s of saile, to
highest, bidder, for (CASll, th olo
describ~ed property, to wit:
All that piece, parcel or tract of ht
ly m bingandi situate in the Cont
l1 irfied and State of South Carolina,
TWO .JIUNDRfED) AND FIVE ACI
More or less, whlcht CI. D). Ford detviset
Eija ~l Jone's for life, with remainder t
F.1 Peny. and being tract "'(G" on a geti
piat, of- lands(1 of U. D). Ford, diecen
miutdo by W. II. Elkin, Surveyor, on
13th~ o~ ut, 1872.
L~ upon a8 the Dro'erty of Ar
F. P~ at tesult of W. H'. Kerr,
Clerk, agihisat Austin F. Peay and oti
Sheif 0' NO. D). McCARLEY,
IWin . 1'.,
D ~QbI .$3
LOCK I WILL THROW TIIS STOCK
I[AVE IT. Now, if ever, Is your time
tuo ofour competitors. We have come to
Informed thal we thouhrlit they verc.
D US WILL PLEASE SETTLE AT
6.T THE HEAD.
That it Is the acknowledged Leader iI
the Trade is a fact that cainot be dis
MANY IMITATE JT-NONE EQUAL ITI
IThe Largest Armed,
The Lightest Itti iig,
The Imost BeautifIul Woodwork.
AND IT IS WARRANTED
To be aditte of the best material.
1To anty tiant all kinds of work.
To be comiplete in every respect.
For Satle by
J. 3. BEATY & CO.,
Winnshoro, S. C.
Agents wanted in uloccupied territo.
ryN. A ddress
xMESTIC SEWIN( MACINE CO.,
i itichmond, Virginia.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.,1
OFFER EXTRAORDINAlY IN
DUCEMENTS TO PEOPLE WhI1O
ARE DOING THEIR TIADING BY
OUR 3MAIL ORLDEll DEPART'1
wMENTI I8 SO AIlRANGihD TLIIATI.
"ShIOPPI1NG" BY MAIL IS REN
DJEltED EASIElR AND IS OFTEN~i
ek MO liE SATISFACTORILY DONE
TITAN IN PERSON.
LETTlElIS OF INQUIRY -A RE
*PILOMP'TLY RESP'OND)ED TrO.
SAMPLES SENTr AND EST1IMATES
GIVEN. WE GUIARLANTEE SAT
'ill ISF'ACTILON-DE LIVEIR ING PA CK
ey AGES FOR OVER TEN D)OLLARIS
IN AMOUNT, FREE OF EXPRESS
OR MAIL CIIARGES.
it WE KEEP EVERLYTIIING TH'IAT
IS NEED)ED TO'( CLOTilE MEN,
-YOUTHS AND) BOYS, LAD)IES,
,MISSES AND) CHIILDRIEN, IN
CL4UING A COMPLETE LINE OV
LADIES' AND) MISSES' UNDEh
~WEAJI, AND) HAVE THlE BESTI
uds D)lIESSMA KiNG ESTIAHISI IMENT IN
onSEND) US A TRIAL ORDE~R.
_ WITTKOWVSKY & iAIRUO~iI.
tue NOR MAN'S
A, 8Ut l -f' (ft~ I IiioA fo ron our of
ES, borr ux OVIino .. Ds no ti n pu
th and 11 no t n ti.Sl i enm
tto enedfrSl kn us. and ' N orng -
bod l i('y I auDrg Ist . a mn aest la-Mdef c
EI0EN~TRL0E OBEORIAL 0
as aspl rmat adl uina.ce A. ~aoc
l1'~s. bryWi' osntcnd pu
...nu io iar in $zio '.. Mot ie e
F OR SALE*
White Oat Standard
ALSO IN STORE:
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
INDUCEMENTS FOR CASI.
ULYSE G. DESPORTES.
At REAL REMEDY!
NEITHER MYSTIGAL NOR INDIAN NUT UII8UI
TIFIO All SPEGIFIS.
A REMEDY of o1er Luentyesua
A IREMEDY re utar a ome, and whor
beat known than oher remedf hij ii
A DIEMEDIY endorsed by the bet Phystoiang
and I)ruggists at its home.
A REMED that Mr. C. W. O'Neill, Goodwatw
Ala.. says raised his wife from an iavaUd's bod,
and ho believes savedtier fe.
A ILEMEDY of which a prominent Atlanf
merchant said, "I would haveglyeASa0assoeo
as I would a nicklo for what two bottles of your
medicino did for my daughter."
A REMIEDY in regard to which s. J. Cass
M. D.. Dru at ol Thomnaville Ga., " "
can recall nstances in which ;U1 ordrc
r a wl the usual remedfes hadfa
A MIVEDY about which Dr. R. D. Ferrell, la
Grange, Ga., writes: "I have used for the last 20
years the medicine you are rutting up and
consider it the best conibina ion ever gotten
together for thodiseases for which it is recoin
A RE31EDY of which Dr. Joel Branham Atlan
ta. said: "l have exramined the recipe and ave no
hesi~tation in advising its use, an& confidently
A EEMEDY which the Rev. H. B. Joh
near Marietta. Ga., says he has used in his fam
ily with the "utmost satisfaction" and recom
neuded it to three families "who found itto be
An1st wlnt it is recommended."
AICEMEDY of which Pemberton, Ivorson, &
Denison say: "Vo have been selling It for many
years. with constantly increasing sales. The ar
.icie is a at ale with us, and oneof absolutemerff"
A REIMEiE of which La mar, Rankin & Lamar
say: "We sold 60 ross in four months and never
sol< it in ani place but whatit was wan .daga."
A REIC by which Dr. Baugh, of La range.
Ga., says: "I cured one of the most obstinate
cases of VIcAnIOUS MRNsTrRUATIo? that over
came within my knowledge, with a ew bottles"
A illFIIEDY of which Dr J. C. Hum, Notasulga
Ala., says: I am fully convinced that it Is un-l
eiae.'' fr that classof diseases which it claims
A ItEM IEDY about which Mal. John C. Whitner,
of Atlanta well and favorabl known all ever
the United States as a~lenerai Insurance Agent,
says: "I used thIs remedy before the war on a.
lre 1,l9ato oluen a reat number of cases, -
IA ICIECDY about wvhleh Mr. J. W. Strane "6f
Cartersville, GIa., certifies that one bottle ored
twonembers ofhis famil of menstrualeg
larit~ of many yors staneing.
A ItEM EDY tha is CIEAP'an T NA ANY OTERR
MEDI('INK'of its kind In the worl, becaUse 1 03
'2 nIo'TI.ES WILL CUR E THlE MosT OaS'EINATE 04S3.
'l iIIS (nEAT POPULAn REHEDY 15 BRADFIaLD 5
F:MlAI I.:t EGULA TOn, (Woman's Best Friend.) For
nih' by all D~ruggista. Price: Small sire 7% conta
Sole I c.-pirit~tor and Manmincturer
No. 1088. Iyor Street, ATLANTA. GA.
!'wift'. Specifie has been the means of bhingiing
'wnaith and happiness to thousands who were psal.
:i.unced incurable or Blood and Skin Diseases.
HEAR THE WITNESSES I
I am sure that swift's Spocife saved my life. 1
wne eib ily pohaoned with Malaria, and was gv
w-. I.. dli: *wift's Specific reliewed me popy
endrely,. think it is the greatest remed of ls5
C. 0. SPEOR
Sup't Gas Works, Romne, Ga.
1. St. 8. cures the worst ams of Sewea
'. . hi cers, IEctema oerpes and aBloo
h.ilumor, it' eliinales the jolson from tr
i -. ,andu drives it out through the pores of
Il D80ROFULA FOR 17 YEARS.
I have' suffered from 8crofala about 17 years. fib
(ii'l'5'.& IUtinlg most-ly confinod to my e and ankIe@
my hilhnl bons woere covered wUit ge udeweWi
',,e mases of olfln ,lsh and the os almost -
4. ,uralie. All remnodies and treatments which I 're
falivld to do mae any good. At last I begantkjg
*.8.8., sontinuing for about four mouths, and I A
ciltillNY WKlL. I took S. B. S. underte
supervision of a physieian of 28 yoes' activo prso
tleo, b~y your order. P'revious to taking .p 8. 1 at
tines could scarcey walk. Not o an 19Watday.
andlIhaveto thank &. 8. 5. and Uof etwe. ~"
54 Youeriry treet, Atlanta, Ga.
The meat of this disease is in LAs Biced.
$IC).00.' would not purchase from me what S. l.A
has offected in my case. It cured me ofMSIM
Ithoumatim, AROIllB THOMAS
Editor Republican, Springfield, 1en
A negr was cured of a violent ease of Rheuinf.
tism by1. *1. 8. Without the remedhje would hae
died. WM. B. SMIT Is.3
Tambling dhala,.i ..
WVrito for a copy of the little book-free.
0 Chemlst'who will fnon
of 0 bottles of S. S. S., o nauticle of merc*
iodide eoasu r mnraf ubetanco.
THEo8 'IT SP.,
!"vwo5,ars a, Go.
Thousands of woma over the laud teoti.
fto the wonderfule ocs of this reat rem.
ed;it will not only shortenlabor dlae
heatenaity of ~and safUel~oy
expression, but thtan all, I
greatly diminishes lif
mother and chid his t oIif .
D Psitelrice o$E~o~eS
SEWING 1?AORfINES t
144 VIALS of PURE SP~in 0Th
for owig Mbbies, t tst ent 1IJ,
for salo by W , 1~,