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- TUIES DA Y, Docember so, : : 1813.
Gorman KaInit.--Hermann Unlwin
Citation-J. 1". Iloyles, Judge of
Masonic Meeting-OCo. B. McCants,
-No fee bill for a "good time" to
day, surely I
-The boys all over the country will
be noisy in their coininetoration of to
-Yesterday was rainy, foggy and
glooiy, giving blt little proimlise of a!
Christmtas of sutinshine.
-Thle printers and editors n~eed thle'
rest of the holidays andl no paper will
be issued froi this ollice on Thursday.
- A young lady in town is said to
be in love with Buslod Washington.
It the geutleman will call at this office
1 would appreciato the honor of atn
-The teachers and pupils of Mount
Zion will have holiday until January
7. Professor Wardlawiv has left for
Abbeville, where he expects to reinaiti
unittil that time.
Is the writcr ofthe' article on the
Prosecting Attorney interested in othe
truth or falsity of the "rumor"? We
think so, and others will doubtless
-All parties who bought guanosi
from us must settle onl or before the
1st of November, or they wii lose the
cotton Option and will live to pay tile
face of their notes inl noney.
It. J. McCAiu.'y & Co.
-TrM NiEws AND lHERALu scuds1
Christmas grectinig to each and evry
one of its readers, hoping for all thbat
it mttay end a year of peace, hailtppiness
and prosperity, itid that the new year
will be ushered in with omen0ts more
auspicious than tie last.
-Are not, our legislators over-doinug
the thing? They adjouriied Saturday
night last at t-.vlve o'clock amnd inet
Moniday moring just fifty-five miutes
to one o'clock. They seem to 11C at
least honest in their observanee of
Sunday, btut certainly they stand upon
their rights to observe just twenty
four hours and no more.
-Messrs. It. J. McCarley & Co. are I
prepared to buy or sell Ful nre Con
tracts for any parties wishintg to oper
ale in this line. All business confiden
tial. We receive press dispatcels tfour
tines a day and will keep our customn
01s posted. Oct 1t-t'f*
- INJmlmt.-\. A valuabe nulc belotng
ing to Mls. Ladd was severely if not
faitally itnjured ott the wire fenice 01
Mtr. D. Rt. lennmiken ott the outskir'ts
of' town tlast week. The tulec in sotme
411ne. int :otacit. withl the tence.
DiEAri.-I nformattioni hats been re
ceived here of' thme death of' Mr. A. J.
warid's ont last Th'urisdayv, the 20th
inst. Mr'. Moblcey was striecn with
ra'lsis on the day' before his death,
anmdt the fatal diseaise was r'apid in dloinig
its wor'k. 'rTe deceased was abou1t1
finv-lve ear of age, andit leaves ai
wift and verail chtildrent. I is frtientds
atnd relatives thuavghoutt the county
will deeply regret toharn of his death.
Gnam.wn L.\RCE~NY. -The plIimitnary
examtintat ion ini the case o1 the state
against J1. M. McBride was held bef'oro
Jusst'ec Cathcart 0on Saturday, the 22nd
inust. T1he def'endanit was accused of
stealhinQ' a bale of' c'otton frotm a planta
tioni in the nuortherni pottion of' the
county'. Th'le evidence aginist the de
fendanit was circumstattial, butt suft
fleictit to justify the trial justice in
sending the ease up for' inivestigation
n the11 Court of General Sessions and
the prisoner was cotniitted to jail in
default of bail.
PERSONAL.-MisscS Etunma D~unni and
Ella D)oty, of the I illsboro Female
Seminary, and Mr'. Clarence Jordan,
of' Davidsoni College, are home again,
for the Chr'istmas holidays. We hope
the visit may be pleasant for' them.
-Messrs. R. B. Hlanahan, Jr., atnd
Jars. 10. D)ouglass, of tihe South Caro
linta MedlicaI College, and the Misses
Jordan are also home for Chr'istmnas.
Prof. E. L. P~atton, of the South
Ceirolina College, Pr1fR. Means Davis
and family, Capt. IL. A. Gaillard and
Messrs. Samuel I. G aillar'd,A. S. D)ong
lass and G. HI. McMaster' arrived hero
oni the north-bound trainu on Monday.
Winnsboro expects to "enter'tain" this
Mr. W. L. McDonakd, of the George
town Lawv School at Washington,
D. C., is at homie for the htolidlays.
Tim ButtrIrN.- Last week's edition
of the Chester Bulletin contains the
valedictory of Mr. T. W. Clawson, Jr,
Mr'. Clawson has disposed of his inter
est in the Jlllletin to Messrs. F. T1.
Morgain andt F. L. Whitlock, Chester
aug men of talenit, energy and
omniso. Theli retirinig editor in con
Slaying downt one' pent we are
Iflepd to state that we have ito onto
t hank for speCclal obligations,
Sbeg. to most sincercly tenider
* ks to those who have, ini thte
sense of the wvord, supplor'ted
etin at dtuy thne sitnco Its first
n taking ourt fitnal adien, we
ish all our t'rgders 'A .Merry
as and a Happyj) .Aew Yar).' "
* Clawson ntearly fIve y'ear's ago
4d the Bulileti and Its present
*ositiot In the journualstic field
~ uth CarolIna Is duo to the untlir
'zeal and abillity of the talented,
V. ng founder. Ouri kitndest regards
iud best wishles attenid him in his re
tiremont. We doubt not tho now
editors and proprietors will keep the
Balletit full'y up to its prOsent high
TiE LEWISLATIVE SENTINE.-A cor
rospondont of tlie Charleston Sunday
News publicly makes the announce
mont that ho has been at the capital
during the entire session of the Logis
lature, anld ilas given the conduct of
each member his kindly and special
attention. That lie expectsat an ear
ly day to address commulications to.
the respective county papers, anid in
this wiay make known to the constitu
cnts or every r-e) reseltatives, jnst
what they have been receiving at the
hianlis of their chosen legislators-how
each of them voted, when absenit, and
their deportment generally while in
attendance upon the session. This
will be an irksome and rather bold
undertaking, but if properly done will
throw. such a flood of light uponl the
records of the members that it may in
the future correct umu abuses and
work out niany wholesome reloimls in
the legislative department of the gov
ernmenst. We expect to hear nothiig
bad of' our representatl ives during
either of' the past sessions of the Leg
islature. We sha11li confidently iwait
Traisrers of Real Estate.
November 5, 1883. W. 11. Kerr,
Clerk, to Mollie T. Murphy, 516 acres
In Jenkinsville town1shi); considera
November r, 1883. W. 11. Kerr,
Clerk, to Samuel McCormuick, 740J
acres in Watere townuslip ; (consi(er'a
November 5, 1883. W. 11. Ker'.
Clerk, to T. D. Feaster, 93 acres inl
Rock Creek townshiip; consideration
November 5, 1883. W. 11. Kerr,
Clerk, to Henry L. .Elliott, 276 acres
Jackson's Creek township; considera- -
November 5, 1883. V. H1. Kerr,
Clerk, to Mary Miller, 3 acres in
Brice towiship; considerationi $95.
November 5, 1883. V. II. Kerr,
Clerk, to Jas. I. llionl an1d llenry N.
Obear, 4 islands, coltining10 one acIre,
ill Joenkinsville township; considera
November .5, 1883. W. II. Kerr,
Clerk, to Edwivard M. Garrisoni, 214
acres in 'Wiaterce township; considera
November 5, 1883. W. 11. Kcrr,
Clerk, to L. S. Douglass & Co., 85
acres in llhice tow iship ; conisideration
November 5, 1885. Henry 2A. Gail
lard, Trustee, to Jls. M. Iliggins, 400
acr'es ins, GladdenC1's Gr 1ove townaship;
Ncvemsbr'8, 188:3. Rieubeni D. Bout
ware to A. Flethier' lhSiit) 10 acres in
Beari Ur'ck townsihip ; considera:tlonl
Nove~miber 22, 1883. Fannie 11.
Broom to TI. II. Curhec, 40 acres in
G reeunbrier Ieownship i; considerat ion
-N Nov'ember 22, 1883 . James Jonses to
Dori'cs Yates, G94 acres ini Gladdlens's
G rove towshlip; conisideratmion $400.
Novembehr 23, 1883. Charles .J. lien
dersoni to Riansonsmsrhamn, the right,
title and1( interest of the (~1~convorr inl
Ill4 acres ini Simpson towniship; cons
November 23, 1883. Ransomi Dur
hanm to Charles J. IIendersonI, rig ht,
title anid interest of' the coniveyor in
11-1 acres in Simupson township ; con
NTovembler' 7, 1883. John 'T. Scibels,
Master, to .J. E. IIay'nes, 144 acres ini
Wateree tow~slbip); considerat ion $391.
MJessr's. Editdors: I have received
from Mr. Jas. WV. Tlanahan $45, it
being tihe net proceeds of the entca
tai nmenzt held on the 18th inst.., for the
benefit of the Mount Vernon fund.
Many~ thanks arc due the ladies and
gentlenmen who inaugurated the enter'
tainmnent and( so picasanltly anid suc
cesstiully carried It through. This
mfoney I will depoesit in the bank for
the present and earnestly hlope that the
.Amatenr Club will conitinue their
efl'orts in belialf of' the Mount Vernon
find till thme sum of one hundred dol
lars is realized, as it is my desIre that
at least that amount should be sent
from this county. I most respectfully
req muost t hat Rlidgeway, Monticello and
other points in thle county would make
ani cffor't to r'aise a contibution for
this patr'iotic unldertakinsg.
Mins. WV. R1. RODERTsON,
Agent Mounit Vernon Association
for Fairfield County.
GUILTY OR NOT GUiLTY?
Mfcsrs. .Editors: The Prosecuting
Attorney of the B. P. U. Is said to be
appr'oaching the period of hlis dissolu
tionl fast. H~e has for some time been
looking very thoughtful, and the color
has paled from that; particular spot
whlerchby fishes inidicate they have beon
caught too long. The Attorney lhas
for a Iinmber of times broken all the
tackle and5( escap~ed the tolls of' the
miost exper'iencd; but alas! once too
of'ten he hias taken the glittering bait,
and( now lie Is about to he landed by
one of' the fairer' sex ont the other' side
of Jord(an. 'Tie saidl, like Mansolus,
he Is dleteri'ned to construct a mnou
mount, by meians of wvhich his mnemor'y
may ho perpetuatted In this world
wvhich he is about to depar1t. The flat
has gone f'or'th, the lot pur11chased, lumn
ber bought, nails and all things neces
sary for' the crection of the last car'thhy
r'esting plae of our ,lamented brother'
arranged, aind Mr'. 0. A, White's ser
vices alttaine0d to fihrnish the baked
monts for the f~tnoreaI feast. We vIs1!
him a plensant abodo in the dim land
of dreams. RUMOt.
-HUd On Amneriea.
Nine-tenths of the people of the. United
States stuffer with dyspepsia, and what are
its nnny causes. I ot food, hasty eating,
Itemperance, 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 Symup
tons are headache, flatulency, loss of en
ergy, fetid breath melancholy. Its cure,
Norman's Neutralizing Cordfal. *
rTIIE Annual Communiention of Whins
boro Lodge, No. 11, A. F. M., will be
held hi Mlasonle Hall on TUitslAY
eveni pg at 7K o'clock. A full attendance
is earnestly requested as the oflicers elected
for the ensuing lasonic year will be lII
GEO. B. McCANTS,
Dec 25 Secretary.
JF.D~i TI LIZ }T:-?s !
TONS (ENUIN0 GEHIBAN KAINIT,
direct importation, and all other Fertilizers
for sale by
Kerr's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
ESTATE SAL I.
IN obedience to an order of the Probate
Court of Union County, South Carolina, I
will sell on FI[DAY, D1ECEMIBEiI 28th,
18831, at the plantation of the late Thos. 13.
Jeter, lear Wateree Creek, i Fairfield
County, South Carolina, aS public outcry,
to the highest bidder, the following per
sonial prolerty of the salid 'l'hos. 13. Jeter,
Four or more fine mules.
One yoke oxen.
One lot gears.
One two-horse Watt Plow.
One lot common plow stocks.
One lot plows.
One cotton gin and belt.
One large lot sawed lumber-oak and
TEnMS OF SALE-CASil ON DAY OF
E. R. WALLACE,
Union, S. C.; December 10, 1883.
21- Any information desired concerning
lle above property can be obtained fromi
Mr. W. C. Beaty, Winnsboro, S. C. .. .
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAJFIEL).
Byg J. R. B10 YI.,ES, E'q., Probate Judge.
W IlEliEAS, Calvin Bice hath made
suit to me to grant hiu letters of
adimliiistrtioni of tihe estate and effects of
A. J. Mobley, deceased:
'These are, therefore, to elte and admion-I
ish all and singular the kindred and cred
itors of te sai A. J. Mobley, de
eansed, that they be and appar before mAJ,
ini the Courit of' Probate, to lbe held it
Fairfiel Court I louse, S. C., on the 8th
<la~y of .Jan uary next, afte'r publication
hecreof, at 11 o'clock in thme forenoon, to
show cause, if any they have, why the said
adiniistationm should not lhe grauitedi.
Given tunder miy hand, this 24th~ day of
D ecembher, Anno'Donmini 1883.
l'nhlishetd on the 25th ivi of 1)eeceme,
188:1, in 'Tunx NEws A~hn hhnnIAwh
J. 11. IIOY L S,
D)ec 25--f lx i ,Judge of Probate.
'1'4I buym g(otis cheap, and to all whoi aie
necedinmg thueim we woul say that ifI you
will give us a call we willI prove this fact
CALDWELL & LAUD)ERDIALE.
We~V have j uist irecetivedt a freshi stock (If
Prinmts, Cietons, bleachetd anmd unbleachmed
D omnestics and Shectinigs, (.Can mton Flannels,
&c., wvhichi nine being mmaikedl how. Come
CALDWlIELLJ & LA UD)ElDALE.
We have a nice linet of Dress Goods of
dliffterenit k inids, inclinlg the best Cash
mierecs. Loaiok at the'im.
- (.ALD~WnE1J & LA 1UDElilDAhLE.
We have a large lot of Cloaks anmd .1 ackc
ets, a grent many (If wvhieh we will sell at
ecost. A lso a spiheliulid lot, of Blankhets and
Shawls, bth commnon and best qluality.
They ar'e very cheap).
CAILDWELLI & LAUDIEIWALE.
Our stock oIf Silk l landkerchiefs, Cloves,
Collars mind Collarettes, and1( a job lot of
fine h~osiery that we have in all color-s and1(
sizes, wvill pay to examine. Come and see
CALDWl~ELL, & LAUD1:nDLALE.
We ask a special look at Drt. Warner's
Celebra tedh Corsets. Our Cornalne, Nn~rsing,
Long Waist, are the best and -a gua rantec
for six months given wvitm cyery one.
CALDWELL, & LAUDERIDA L.
We ask an insp~ectioni of our stock of
Clothing, all styles, which we are certain
are extremely low in pice, front conunnon
to best qunality.
CA LDWELLr & LAUD)ERDALE
Commion Wool Ihnts, all styles, best Felt
andh Nobby Styles, also best quality of
Stiff Hats, to suilt everybody's taste andh
CALDWELL & LAUDERIDALE.
We ar'e continually receiving fresh lots
of Boots andi Shoes, andi our stock is al
ways full, mladle uip by the best manufac
turers, andI every pair guaranteed to give
satisfaction. Best goods for the least pos
CA LDWELL,! & LAUDE RDALE.c
We have just ireceivedl a lairge stock of
the best Ironstonie Crockery. Also a lot of
Glassware, whleh will suirely please you.
CALDWELL & LAUDERDwALEm.
B3y a look into our Grocery D~epartment
you will find Fresh lBuckwhl ent, the best
Cheese and1( Macaroni, .Jumbo IHams and
many other goodh things. Come andi see.
CA LI)wELIL & LA~UDERDwAE.
We have too large andl variedi a stock. to
enumerate, but if you willl conmc and see
us you willl find a great dleal to attract,
among other thiugs our New Carpet' Ex.
hibitor, where you can msee 'a beautiful
stock o't Cam'pets in a very few mi nuteos;
which, like the rest ofo tur goodis, are sold
at very close pices. Give uts a call.
CALD WELL &~ LAUDEnDALE.
Come aid see the Jargest aid best
lected stock Millinery, consisting
Trrimmed Patterin I its and loilliet I
timmed goods, Velvets, SatIns, tibb
Flowers, Tips, Plumes, Ilirds aind Feli
ers, all colors, Crains1 Illusions, Black 1
Whito Laces, Love, (3rape, Veils, Ilare
Tissic 1and Parisienne Velling, 11
Switches from 75 eents up, Curls, U1
Crocinetries for the hair, Crepe, Lit1 11
ther Ituclhings for the neck, Fichus, (
larettes alnd Ties, and all kinds of Fai
A full stock of Ladlies' and Niss
Ilosiely. lerlint, Uisle, Silk antd I
Gloves, ill Colors 11141 1.ww styles. All
sortmlenit of lade'aind Nisses' Colo]
n1l( white Corsets, all sizes. iloop Skil
I)ress Shields lad Palpitators. lland1k
liefs ill varie-ty, fromn Opton [to Silk. 1
lrilges, PIssetrie litoit Trinuinigli, Ve'
tibonls, Braids am11 other Dres:. Tri
nings. lutt.ons Inl great Va.11ty, Sty
land prices, lit
J. 0. BOAG'S.
A full stock of Notions of all kill
Ladies' Lillen and Ikae (Collars, Zepihy
inxony, H-rlil an1d Slhiland I loods. Cl
Ilren'sZeplhyr 1 ok amdi Sacius, Slhai
,lid Boulevari d Skirts, at
J. 0. ROA 61'S.
All kimlsof Whitt' GOids, White L:
i( Mulaslill Cuortailns, ('ret0onn1e, &c., ,
\lso a1 fu11 ll ad - comple04to flne c' 14r
looi, of variolls fia bris, styles aI
>rices, frot Calicoes, Worsted, Clshlbel
ils ad Satins-you cni find allythling y
,vant ill that line and at. any pried. The
roods we are determined to sell clIap a
educe l stock.
Our stock of Sles of all kinds will
;old at. an1d below COST, as well lis hlea
ivce goods for Menl's wear, a:1 otil
oods tlat we dol ot. iltelIl keel pi af
resenit stock of sameic is sold. \e' Il
xlat we sly.
J. 0. BOA G.
FI FT1IEEN more of th41
Xb'NEW 1116G11 AIRM DAVIS MAClN
The be1st Mclalchine oi the market, a
4ives p1rfect Satisfaction ill evew parti
tla, a find aI general favorite witl'flit'e ladi
Every Machine W'A iA NTED in ev<
)laticuhlr. No family should be witl
M1e. Seldl orIer 01 colle ill and -buy 01
J. '0 BOAG.
Slot. of IlGT(G IE S and 11IIARNE:
AT [,I FO[i TIiEM.
J. 0. JOAG.
WHAT IS THIS
Coughs, Sore Thro
Sore Throat, Whooping
in the Chest, .. Shortness
Indigestion, of Breat
Dyspepsia, - TANO ic 0
B REWER'S LUNG RESTORE
is entirely vegetable, and,
challenge the world to produce ar
thing equal to it for all T'hroat a
4$f,00 Per Bottle, 6;
~LAMAR, RANKIN -& LAMAI
MACON, ATLANTA a ALBANY, OA.
01F ALL KIN D)S FOlt SALE UY
J. F. McMASTER & C
WATIElI'TO(WN ENGI NE.
BA LL IIA ND COTTON PiUESS.
LIT1TLE G IANT''1 Il)IRAUL.IC PR1E
CI1AIN AND) ROT'AiIY IIAIihlOWh
OLD1 I IICKCORY WVA(ONS.
WE AlRE AGENTS F~OR TH~E
CORTL~AND WAGON COMP'Al
P1 [A ETONS.
.(Give ns a call, and we wvill sell you w
J1. F. McMAS'rim & CO
-Bay State. Shoo Solos secutred by
trnninni McKny Scrnw. J. M. 1mEA'1'1
TiSII MOlNING AT NINE O'CLO
80- on the inarkett at a regular sacrifice.
In- WE NEEI MONEY and MUST IIA
. to rget goods ait prices only offered by
Clhe conclusion that they were better inf
ALL P'AltiE.rs INDEwrl'ED TO I
-ts, Oct 16
1 Jus aii the 9th ofs0.,
LL iand ritn) 1
superb sddle1an 1harnes PO N , all8
Just arrved onS l11..1,te h is.,
-l ill selow f enh , Ocotr tin u l
nextf'- l foi*- - - p ve paper, or I will talo____
k fT st necanDSo Aoryoo
mue o ars
Yilwll- elt cl w eem tc
hA EL F n
' i nsol S . o . 2 s .
WeA Nhr) F.hi ul) aSTaggsion1, amI
you1mst. lamei 0z yourslve lily ou 1i dnt
Siei y~l our 11ln V'1 ~ when you want it Ihi
414 J.t M.or ii r xtla~'o T001 '4~.
11En'ii I ND 91 ltSIG ED Au s I PitEPI lt
oze o iiilid furn 4simte1 s aml t 4 d ulall kid
of.1/.1 PE L T '2 .
Al wok nrutd to fiiil ust ots114 wi41 ll kiave
P'lii lPT A'l"l'ENT1ION. Satisfactioni
W. A. J.O3)ED)Y,
- ' Oct 25-f xif W. II. SMI1ThI.
Y' virt nie of an1 exectiont to mel( dIirected,
v ill off'er for sale blefore th our 41t
0, I louse door iln Winsboro, South C'arollina,
F'IlIST MON D)A Y IN .JANUAltY
ntexl, withini the legal hlour's of sale, to) the
hIghest bidder, for CA SI!, the following
d1escibed >r'operty , Ito wIt:
All thatt ielce, parcel or I raict of land,
lying, being aund situate ini thle County of
Fa'irlield1 and( Statte of South Carollina, coin
SS. TIWO) I[IUN~I)ED AND) FIVE ACHtES,
Mor'e or less, which C. D). Ford devised to
.* Elijah .Jones( forl life, with reminlder to) A.
F. P'eny. andI ben u tract "'" n' a1 I geneiral
miade by'W. I . El kIn, Suirveyor', on thle
13Ith of 'Junte, 1872.
!eedu 1)1 upn a the propetrty of Austh:
F. Peay at, th, stilt of W,. If. Ken a1s
Y, Clerk, againist A ustlin J. Pea~y and( (tiers.
JNO. D). MgCA IIIY,
Shiei's Of1iec, S. F. C,
W1'innsb~oro, S. C.,
IDecemuber 1 0th, 18813.
A FU L L, suply of the above OIl, Pills
hat One hundred pounds of the Best Blue
W. E. AIKEN.
-BuJhy Zeier Irothers' LdiesC', Mkis'
the and1( Children's Flino Shoes.
,K I WILL TIIROW THIlS STOCK
VRE IT. Now, if over, Is your timo
:f our competitors. We have come to
>ried than wO thouglit they were.
,I WILL PLEASE SETTLE AT
r THE HEAD.
That it is the acknowledged Leader iI
I liTrade is a fact that caluiot, ho dis
MANY IMITATE IT-NONE EQUAL ITI
The Largest. A rmed
The Lightesti Iunning,
'hlie Imost Beautiful Woodwork.
AND IT IS WARICANTED
To be maiidte of the best.Ilmt erial.
'I'o 414) any and 1111 kids of work.
To be copilpete in every respect.
J. %. ATY & CO.,
Winnsboro, S. C.
Agents wanted in unoccupled territo
DOM3ESTIlC SEWING MNACIlINE co.,
B A Rt U C H,1
CHARLOTTE, N. C.,
OFFElt ENTIAOIIDINARY IN
DUCEMENTS TO PEOPLE WHO
A t E DOI NG TI IEPt TRADING BY
O01t M 1AlL Ol)DEHl) EP'AllT
MENTI IS SO AltitAN(JF.D TlAT1
''SilI( )IiNG" IIY MALL 1S8 ItEN
D )lIED E'AM1i'ls AND) IS OFTEN
il A N ]N P'ElISON.
i; "':'T~l 01' INQlIllHY AlHE
GI VEN. \\' I/ Ail.ANTE'E SATi
AG.ES i"OIt OV El TIEN D)OLLAllS
SN~ .AM1OU'NT, 1"H EE OF EN Iit ESS
OHt MAlL CllARGES.
IS NEED.Ei TO CI()LO'I'J E ME1N,
YOUTIIS AND) BOYS, LADIES,
MISSES AND) CIILDIIEN, IN
CL~UD)ING. A COMPLETIE LINE' 0.
LAD)IES' AND) IMISSES' UNDEh
WE'Alt, AND) lAVE TPIlE JESTi
D)HISSMAKING EST1ABLJIShlMENTl IN
SEND) US A TRIAL ORDER.
WITTIKOW!SKY & JBARUCII.
or uot o I ho of the
Flu o Ii -;'r cr.' I sdknj
- NU At rI !S C:.,RD!iAL
Is ani ele:an and imo il.ie.u as rk
berry W'in<-, Im :wit cont:1' 1,1ium
and wvill not co.sti .t. Sp.c.ial -. r '.i
2old b il Druggle1ts anel )\uucra Iu M.alk Ia ,
Fx0ELSIoRn OREMAI0AL 00,
Walhialla, S .U ,A
8EED~ 1fIIEAT AND OATS.
UtST PICOOF WIIEAT AND O4TS,
i.Choap for te CAShf.
J.i' MoiMA RTRR & (:0.
White Oat.. Stanidard
ALSO IN STORE:
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
INDUCEMENTS FOR CASI.
ULYSSE G. DESPORTES.
Af REAL REMEDY!
NEITHER MYSTIOAL NOR INDIAN BUT SC1
TIFIC AND SPECIFIC.
A REMEDY of over twenity-fi veears standing.
A REM1101)Y more poptar at ome and wher
best 1 nown than al . Othcr remedos ts kind.
A REMIl>Y) endorsed by the best Phyaieianq
and Irumgists at its home.
A ICEMEDY that Mr. C. W. O'Neill, Goodwater,
Ala.. say raised his wife from an invalid's bed,
and ho believes sa'edifergfe.
A ItEMEDY of which a prominent Atlanle
nierchnt said, "I would ha ve given $500 assoon
as I would a nicklo for what two bottles of your
iedicino (id for my daughter."
A REMEDY in regard to which S. J. Cassells
M. D., Dru gist of Thomasvillo Ga. :
can recall instances in which U rel/ie
all the usual reniedics had fa/e.
A ElEDY about which Dr. It. B. Ferroll, Ea
Grange, Ga., writes: "I have used for the last 20
years the mneudicino you are utting up and
consider it tho best combination over gotten
together for the diseases for which it is recom
A ItICMEDY of which Dr. Joel Branham Atlan
ta, said: "I hare examined the recipe and avo no
hesiationl in advisinig its use, anni confidently
A ILEflEDY which the Rev. II. 11. Johnson,
near Marietin. Gn., says he has used in his fam
ily with the "utmost satisfaction" and recom
mended it to threo fainihes "who found it to be
just what it is recoinmended."'
A itEMEDY of which Peinbrton, Ivorson, A
Denison say: "We hnve been tielling it for many
eqars, with constantly increasning sales. The ar
dl(' is a sta le with us, and one of absoiute merit.''
A ItMMEI)Y of which Lamar, Itankin & Lamar
say: "We sold1 60gross in four months and never
sol i tin an lace but what it was wan~e again."
A ItEI1101 by which Dr. Itaugh, of La range,
Ga.,.inys: "I cured one of the most obstinate
cases of Vmicuu's ME~NSTnUIATION that over
camne within my k nowledge, with a few bottles."
A ItlFMIEIY of which D~r J. C. luns., Notasulga
Ala., sa s: i amn hully convinced that it is tin
rivaled fr that einsof dliseases which it claims
A ItlEMIC)Y about which Ma i. John C. Whittner,
oif Atlanta, well nd fauvoral yknown all over
the United States as a General Insuranceo Agent,
m.ys: "I used this remediy before the war on a
large plantation oni a great iumnber of cases,
Aie.E1[EICIaht wih IAr. 3. W. Strange, of
Cartcrsvnille, (a., certilils that one bottle onrod
wmebers of his famnily of mienstrualirregu
latritv of mny years standing.
A IlE IIIY that is CHEA~uP~lt TItAN ANY OTIrIF.1
MncNofits kind in the woril, becaUse 1 Ons
ilar~ri-Es wilL C:0iE THEP 110sT OfalNIATrH CAsn.
T'lti (IEAT PoP'UIAnI IEMEDnY Is litADFIRID S
F'oc~.. ItiOur.ATott, (Wonman's IestFriend.) For
nmhe by nll DrugIsts. P'rico: Smalt size 75 cents.
Sole P'ivlprier and Mann factuirer
ZJ. BR ADFIELD,
No. 1088 Pvor Street. ATLANTA. GA.
\wi t'aseefle has been the means of bringing
i in'" that tswlft's 8peilc eavecd my life. I
w. -1m.:i'iisoned u ~iith Ieinlarin, atnd wias givi
i .! i I's pecic greltive men pr~omply ay
ca..elya tinkit s tho reatevt ed c urmthe ao
C. (I. SP'E CEl,
Sup't Gams Works, Itomlo, Ga.
*. '. ':,i. eeste worst forms of Scrpfula, Old1
-'- I t'rs, Erzn'eima, hierpe's, and n1i Blood or
.'n.r.It ellimme3 tihe P'oison from thio
uh.mo rives it out thnrough the pores of the
11.\) SCIROFULA FOR 17 YEAR1S.
' : -m:Teredi from Scrofula abiout 17 years. The
(ii.., -int imiostly conutlim-d to may i and ankles
amy , bin htiums were covera l with yers ulcers and
en' umq ' rotteen ./r.sh, aned th,1eodor was almost un.
/. .rci,'e. All reimedies uand trentments which I tried
fembd. to doC tme ..ny yood. At. hust. I hean taking
S. . ., continung foir about four months','and I AM
ClI;t'l'A I N W1- l,.l I took 8. 8. 8. tinder the
sulpervision oif a p~hysicianu of 26 ycars' active prac-.
Siire. by your order. Previous to t akeig 8. 8. 8. 1 at
times conidl seaerccly walk. Now I can walk all day,
ami I/cuwe to thank H. H. H. ancil It onue fe'my cure.
Tl'hS. McFAA ND
54 Pour Iry Street, Atlanta, Ga.
R HE U MA TISM.
T~he scnt of this dliscnso is in the BloG4.
i.O0.O0 would not pnurehnaso from me what , 8. 8.
hus olectedi in may ease. It enred me of Maiarial
liiteumnit~t'im. Altill IC TIJOMAR.
Editor Ileptdblicana, Springfield, Tenn.
A negro wan enred of a violent ease of Rihenma
tismi by S. S. S. WVithoumt the remedr ho'would have
. Tumnbin~g Shoals, 1f. (7.
Write for a copy of tho little book-free.
000RE WA RD will be paid to any
Chemis't wh'o wvili find, on anialyals
of1htlsof 8.. 8. 8., one partlie of mercury,
iodide potasshtm or aui miuneral substanco.
TrHt S VuFT SPE'lCIF~IC CO.
Drawer 8, Atlanta Ga,
Qalnck amt Easy Chi~a-irth
Thotusands of women ever thme land testi
fto the wonderful effects of this great rem
od;It will not only shorten labor and lessen
the Intensity of pan and suffering ~ynd
exjpression, but bttor than all, itthrb
greatly diminishes the danger to life of bt
mother and child. This great boon to suf
frnwoman is hdnmes' lknmn
M 3Ha~ nd. Prepae and sold by.
*AngraILmn Atlant, Ga. Soldbyu
Dnn t.Price 1.50 bottle, oa
press on~ recoipt of prices -
1 4VIAL S of P8URE SPERM OIL,-4
for Bowh~ig Mabinesl8 at ten cets 11eni'Val
for uno by W.~ AIKEN - ,