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W. J. ELLIOTT. Business Mana,*r.
WIJNNSBORO, S. C.
Saturdai, September 21, 183
G RAND JURY PRESENTM ENT.
To his Honor D. A. Town,-end, Pre
The following is unbtnitted az :he
report of the grand jury at the Sp
tember term of the court 189.:
At the June term we reported on
ne books and records of all the coun:tv
officials, except th di!peosers, and
we have considered wjo further examl
intion nec sary.
At the February te.im and also at
ilh Junle t-ern we rep rtcd c rtain
repairs neeac i on the jail, the Liange
rous condition of th & public r ad lead
ing from Sim ) Davi-, to McNau*,s
branch, and the Jacksont's C;C k
bridge. We agiin repm; t '.e-c m t C: s
and insist that a fai;e idea .I eno n:
on the part of the Conty S.pervisor
should not entail serious I s; on the
county. We now instruct t he Super
visor to have the roof of th: j 6i ald
guttering repainted, and to have the
roof and guttering of the Court lioue
examined, 2nd if necessary, repainted.
We also report th3 follo-,ing roatis
The Bell Bridge road, about two
miles from Winnsboro, near Moore's
Road leading from Simpson's T. 0.
to Colnmbia, known az Sandy Lcvel
.Road on which Holurook Rion is
overseer. Excuse of Mr. Rion being
that he has not been provided with
the necessary tools.
Lo,ngtown' road. from Simnpson's
siore to Reeve's.
Bridge. across Fiat Branch on road
. leading from Smyrna Church toward
' Blrown's Bridge across Little River.
We also czil t he at tention of the
Supervisor to violations of the law in
*regard to barbed wire fences ne-:r ar.d
parallel to public highways.
Members of the present petit jury
have.reported to us the nancomfortable
condition of the jury rooms and have
complained of tne odor * * *
* * We call the attetiin of
hberproper offiedri 16 this fact sud ask
tist it bt, remdied.
We have examined the books atnd
transcripts of the Trial Justices
furnished us and find'the same corree
excepting as follows: We present
Trial Justice G. W. Brooks. for failure
to hand in his beoks and transcript.
We present Trial Jurtice Blair for
illegal remission of part of lne in the
case ef the State vs Belton Byrd, but
charge him with no criminal intent
therein, his tmotive being just antd
charitable. We pre-ent Trial Justice
J. B. Stevenson for no docker ting the
case of the Sta:e vs Mary J. I ice,
and for omitting mretion of same in
We have made an examtna:ton of
the poor house, find everything sat is
factory and compliment Mr. Camneron,
the keeper, on his management
The investigation of tite Winntsboro
dispensary by the grand jiry was
uttdertaken solely for the purp-se of
enforcing the clear and dtittite pr.;
visionts of toe dispensary act, in, re
lation to the duties of dispehser, ad
in no spirit of hostility to the p. is>n
in charge, Mr. M. H1. Moble',:, who lhas
the reputation of being one of the best
dliapen1sers in the State, and who also
was highly comnplimnented by tmost of
our witnesses on the manner in whmich
ne has discha.rged the functi:>ns of his
office. The duty, therefore, of having
to report him to this Court is paintful,
but wi,hen we~ consider how readily
tho meira1purposes of the dispensarv
act iuay be instrated by a failure ont
tile part of those intrusted with its
administration to carry out strictly the
letter of the law, and how imnpunitv
for such neglect induces further viola
tion, we then realize that any evason
of that duty even if permitted by our
oaths as grand jurors would work
detriment to the people whose interest
WVe, therefore, present Mr. M. H.
Mobley, dispenser at Winnsboro, for
violations of the law~ as specitned
below, and the names of the witnesses
are respect.ively apper.ded to each
1st, For pertmitting the drinking of
alcho#c beverages on the premises of
'as dispensaryr. Witnesses-R. Y.
Turnier, J. W. Seigler, S. U. Laf:.r
and E. G. Scruggs.
2nd, For selling af;er hours or
during the night. Witnesses-S. G;.
Lafar, E. G. Scruggs, RI. C. Gooditng,
J. M. Elliott, Jr., and W. W. Ketchin.
3rd, For violating section eleven of
the~ dispensary act i eadt h
mthod offilling out r-equiest as
clearly dle.tned ther~ein.
These requests now on tile in the
Auditor's offce are suficent evidence.
No witnesses needed.
In examining the recorda of this
dispensary we find the dispenser-.
R. g. Lewis, sh:ort in his necou1nt
fin-eight doihirs atnd some c* e r ~in
r*o rt for qu~ar'er~ entdin 'J1anPuar'-'s
innttedia'e a tion to r eer.
atmounit fronm Mr, j it L Iv, =s
weC also pretem S. NIt u: atd n.
itic of Whiskey onl the :7 i' day (if
U:tobr , 1, at lvdgeway. W
isUes-Dr. S. S. Linder, D. (.
1obertson, Thomas 'RyLcs, R. D.
iu!iik, E. A Sessio;:, John iluw
an:d William Howell.
We present J. M. I-iggins, S. R
1uiland an.1 J. F. Lylez ex-c.m
board of co'trol, for faihlr to colle]>t
the shlumy - of \ir II. L,Ti
melnItioled .! - ) l 1.- 1 Thort
nge wasvough t-md o thl;ir 'Know !ed
We pr's. ;t J. N.. 1 a a 'J. F.
Lyle7z of i:,e peent 1o1.r of c.ntrW
for apvOvii. th 4u tr- rly report of
Mr. Lewis conz!ii:: thiz shortago,
I i t1. ' iS I *C: 1) 1.1it pO .
Legislat hat tih aw iv s0 chang e
that thle dipesrssall be rqie
0 tI rn 0 V Cverv V:eek t) the tl
rer Of thair r.e-C ve ces the
entire grVIDz prolltz of their1 res!pectiv
dispe.aries. a:d that such funds shall
be paid out for purposcs indicated in
the act as al other funds are at preseit
di-bursed l tba County Trea;nrers.
For the purJoC of exam-inling the
1lidgeway dipensary, the service of
an expert accolitalit for two days
was employed, and we recommend
that he be paid therefor.
All ot which is respcctfily sub
J. M Srewart,
For Over Vit'v Years
.\1. I INSCw'S SOOTHING SYM.'l'-as
1er ue.;d for over fifty years bil
of muthers fcr their chil!dr-n while tcoth
in -, with p:1t suCcess. it sothe the
Mhud tni- ot 'l 't. %v 'Mr
for. irrhea. It 11 wi r!-u ti - *oo)lt
a~~~~~~ ss 'Ko. fa : ryu,"a.
*- n - ind. x:* Ily
The H1ozme: of the Palners the Scene of a
Nast E jorably Antumnal Function.
Naxes and Costumue: of Those Present.
Mr. EIdar: Never in the history of
wt little town have the young pcople
S> enjoyed a social funet:on as that
tendered theui by Mr. ard rs. El
ward Palmer, of Viencia, en the
evening of Septem,ber 17. Valencia,
tLe home of the Edward Palmers for
generations, is an ideal country home,
cvering the brow of a lofty bill at the
foot of which Ilows a babbling brook
which still sings as in the clays of old
Queun Anne to the lofty beech trees
on its banks, one of which still bears
her name, inscribed by a loyal subject
during the English sovereignty.
As the twilb;Ubt sh-adow; were deep
ening iwo niht a merry party of lads
ai.d lasses, chaperon:d b; Mrs. Hir
bet Rut, left tow. in a w.ign ti!!ed
with ''new m.:wn hay." After a de
liahtful ride under the starlit sky they
arrived at their destination. At 11
o'clock the guests were ushered into
the dining room where daiujly ref-esh-.
mnents were served.
After Epending a most deligtful
evening with the charming host a.
hostess the "merrie companie" bade
adieu and wended their way home.
The following ladies and gentlemen
Mrs. Edward Palmer, tastefuillyv ar
rayed in white.
Mrs. Norman Palmer, in a charming
gown of lavender.
Mrs. IIerbert Ruff, in a stylish gown
of white nainsook, trimming, white
lace and black ribbons.
Miss Janie Coleman, in a pink deccl
Miss Jalia Colomian, charming in a
gown of yellow and b:a'.k.
Miss Pearle Rembert, rTia in a
gown of baby b!ue.
Miss Lailie Remibert, in a dotted
muslin, tasteful garnitures of lace and
'Miss Elle Moore, in a striking cos
tune of black grenadline and whileC
Miss Annie Lee Thomnas. anlar tiStic
gown ot cream albatrosa, hair a la
M~iss liInriet Pahnr, radi:ut in a
debute IOown) of whtite muil.
Th getlennIIII werei Mesrs. Lemnas
ter, Mosely, John~ Palmer, Normau
Paner Samuncl T;umas, (lharlton
Thomaii, Ro.b.ert R)sboronIh.b. Gerrge
Moore iC II ert Pa'meri, WAil:B Remn
be:, J.amecs i\ug.n, .fhm Pagan, \u
brey lis Strobe, Jlamie DasPiortes
means so much more than
you imnagine-serious and
Sfatal diseases result from
trifling ailments neglected.
IDon't play with Nature's
Iiyou are feeing'.
ofo sorts, weak
an;d general:y ex
Browave nto appetite
-. ad can't work,
begin at on ce tak
mg the most rehia
SIron Brown's Iron Bit
ters. A few bot
B, ' ties cure-beneSt
ter: comes from the
er:, nd its
D yspepsia, Kidney~ anda Liver.
'Co-ettc, Bad B3lood
Wme's ccr a < s
- v:iil send Ce '
4Fa:r Viev;s .::A L.. -.
7 iworr eC7:- man andC W:Cmar. ir. thec I'nited
:aes nt.erested anU. the ? Om:n :and Whlsky
abCs to have one of my books on tiese Oh,
ass Addre:,s 1. M1. wvGoney. Atlsta, Ca
Casiorla is Dr. Samuel Pitch(
.nd Childron. It ContLns n<
othcr Narcotic substance.
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothi
It is Pleasant. Its guarant
ailions of Mothers. Castori
feverishness. Castoria prei
cares Diarrhca and Win
teething troubles, cures c,
Castoria assimilates the fc
and bowels, giving healtb
toria is the Children's Pan
"Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told ne of its
good effect upon their children."
Da. G. C. OSGOoD,
"Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the variousquack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them ;.o premature graves."
Da. J. F. K:nCwELOE,
ThO COntaUr COmpan7, 77 M
The Atlanta Exposition.
ATLANTA, Ga., Sepf. 19.-To-dav
was the calm after ih ,tori :- lie
Cotton States and II-ernviional E%.(,
sition. The machinery which ihe
Pre:ident's touch set ini motion ylester
dav was moving with a busy whirr,
and ttere was a general air of buste
and preparation among the exbibitors
who were anxious to put the finishing
>tches on their displays. This was
Gcorgia Editors' Day, and the mem
bers of the State Press Association
were on the ground one hundred
strong. They viewed the exhibits,
>ook in the midway, shot down the
chates and had a good time generally.
'here is general gratification over the
nciess of the opening exercises, and
the peo)le of Atlanta are inclined to
ake hands with themselves on their
elight. The big show is now faivtv
nder war, with a fair field a.ndt io
hleen Cry for Pitcher's Ctria.
The Registration Case..
WAsmNIGTON, Sept.- 10..'-The South
arolina registration' cases, which
nder the or-der of .Justice Harlan are
to be brought before the Supreme
ourt, will attract more than ordanary
tention, because the appeal allowed
y .Justica Harlan was taken from a
cision made by Chief Justice Fuller,
siing as a Circuit Justice with Dis
iict .Judges Hughes and Seymour, and
>mpoing a Court of A ppenas.
Tfhe action of Justice Ularian does
ot rever-se or overturn the' oniion of
hief Ju::;r Faller. but al.w the
ase to ho boi r be-on a i. ru:m e
oilri for in b - diG:a ll. Th
-atng of th ap.- bo";ev-'.
a a .-C. :un" Ii jud2hent of th12
- o f A~ pe.*-- 'in n i'tl he Chief
Jlie(:'-u:t.. andl 'reven t'i> he e wohfl
otn (c1 t itiin' '-rder gr'a!ned
by Cir in:t Ju' 1 l'.
'.1hie ner , of thi -i ap.': wilb
easel t* iM:i n-i : elf - a! ' sI
Ce dtr2aded d1le.he th:u -ci Iee hat
een able to cure in a11 its stage-s, and
tat is C.atarr. J.all's Catarr-h Cure
sthe only positive cure known to the
edical fraternity. Catarr-h being a
mOlti ttionlal disease, requilres a con)
i4itu tinal 'treatment. IlalP's Catarrh
are is takenm internaUly, acting direct
uvnonw the blood and mucous surfa ces
ofn sy~stem, thereby destroying the
ufont0 of the disease, and giving
th patient str-ength by- building up the
04- itutlin and asiiStintg nature in
deAgl its work. The pl>rUlietors have
muchi I faith in itst curatiVo p-nwers
trat ther ofl:r On'e H[undredl Dollare
or -any 'case that it fails to culre. Sn
>rt li't of w st.itro.lials. Allddre.tw
he Mcmblers of th a Cluty tound Over to
Trial Justice Trov has bound1( over
te following 01.emibers of the Column
a Cinb to the. next, semion of court,
a~ L 200 bond eac-h, charged with
eeng a place where liquor was sold,
gaist the peace and dignity of the
'ioe alrea1- put under bond are:
I. C. Patton, tE. C. R.obert.son, L. T
v ,.TJulius II. Walkeir, A. .. Stew
t, C. Fit z;immon:s, N. G. Gonza'es,
1cot P. Grecen, miemnbers of the
WooUev and Wade lReeter. Slessrs.
A. E. Gonz'a'es and Dir. T. T. Moore
were rot in tihe city whten the war-rants
Secial referee Bar-ron was busy
vsierdar mlornir heari-ng the evi
nei ihe onternp cases. which
1l I eq aire~ several days to Iiisih upl.
C.-ii ET?-INA rATENT ? For r
rmtanswer anin honest opinion. write to
[ UN N&: 0..whoh are bad nearly fifty years'
pernee in the patent business. Commumca
tons nrctly c.nfldentIil. A H andbook of In
>rmaion conce'rnintr Patents4 andi how to ob
trn :t.m secnt free. Also a catalogue of mecchau..
: .L an scim:. : ieks sent free.
it .t :k-ni blrough M ea & Co. receivn
pee:.: s - i1 t e s cfc A mer ie-nn. and
a:s a:. hy - :il:y bur- thei public with
a:r:.eety.. nGyustrated.basby:ar tha
tr e. - :ruao of 'mly scientific work in tho
vri. 8:3 a rea:r. Sampl'.e copies sent free.
Bulig: I: tion. n:r.nthly. *F:.51 yeair. Single
ari., 2:5 aents. Ercry number contains beau
tiul plates, in colors. and photographs of netr
hruses. with plans, enablinz builders to show the
.are N deigsani eurnontract. A ddress
L . . . .....
r's prescription for Infants
,ither Opium, Morphine n or
Et is a harmless substituto
.ng Syraps, and Castor Cil.
eo is thirty years' use by
a,, destroys Worms an d allayS
ents vomiting Sour Cud,
(I Colhe. Ca:storia reIieves
:mstipation and flatulen2y.
od, regulates the stomach
y and natural sleep. Caso
,ca-the Mother's Friend.
Castoria is so well adapted to chiiLrcn that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
kno.wn to me."
H. A. Ancunn, 3. D.,
111 So. Oxford St., BrookLyn, n Y.
"Our pbysicians in tho children's depart
ment have spoken highly of the r experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although wo only have autong our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
UNrZD HOSPITAL AND DzspEzsARY,
I A-4 C. S=Tz, P.,e:., Bosoln, Mass.
u=ay Street, Neiw York Ci'y.
Heart Disease iured
By Dr. Miles' Feart C.ure.
Fainting, Weak or Hungry Sp2lls, Irregu
lar or Intermittent Pulse, Fluttering or Pal
pitation, Choking Sensation, Shortness of
Breath, Swelling of Feel; and &nkles, are
symp)toms of a diseasod or Weak Heart.
MRS. N. C. MILLER.
0! Fort Wayne. Ind., writes on Nov. Z, I894:
"I ws afilicted for forty years with hearn
trouble and sujTered untold agony. I h;fS
wak, hungry spells, and my h':art would
palitate so hard, the pai ar wouid he so acute
anditorturing, that I became so weak and
nervous I could not sleep. I was t reated by
several physiciaris without r::lief and ;:ave
up ever being well again. About t wo years
ago I commenced using Dr. Miles' Rtemedies.
One bottle of tic Heart Cure i:topped all
b eart troubls aridtheiRetorat !':Nervine
did the rest,and now I sicep 5Coundly :n d at
tend to my househol1d an d social dutiles with
out any trouble.
Sold by dru ists. B3ook sent free. Address
Dr. Miles Medical Co., El!khart, Ind.
Dr. Dilles' Remedies ReAstore Hlealthl.
I HAIR BALSAM
Cleansesa and beautifica the hair.
Fromotes a l:nxurinas,. growth.
N ever Fails to Restore Gray
:E air to its Youthful Color.
Cures semip direases a hair.fling.
TeLeadingOnsenatoro A o .
F"ic. HAi..General Man.ager.
D R. E., C. JET ER,
Physician and Surgeon.
Ofc~iTris professional services to the
peple' of Fa irfi.d.
Fotti' address Jen;kinrsville, S C.
Hot IIouse PI til.
HAVE a choice colecCtion? of hot
house. plants for~ saie. Aliso fi fty
selcr t I varities of Chry salntemumifl8
TI. vnrt'y lan tls for $1.00(.
Par ioniize home enterp iza.
4*2: if MR~S. J. A. IIINNA NT.
FOR TIN PEOPLE.
Are yKR thin?7
F1esh made with Thina:tura TCabets by a
scientific 1.rocess. They create perfect
assimilation of e':ery formr of fo:d, seer. t
ilg te valuable parts ar;di discarding the
w vortless. Thre' make thin faces phungi
nd rund out thie figure. Th'ley are tihe
for leaness, conr::alring YCo .axo anid
Price, p)rep'aid, SI per box. ; for $5.
anplet, "'POW. TO G;ET FAT,' FnEE.
The T INA CUI .\ CO., 949 IIroad way.N.T
C ar'es and, b- tcs th~e hair.
- ovr Fai,s to Btore Graty
- ir to its You.t nul C'olor.
Cu. conp d '.''e- . ha. I.a:
- AFee Ixis!LETU3tAR tAB
:4 CJs!4iONs. waspe -s la~rv1 c en.
Cr~tab~ suce.Jnu Kh.r LUL1 5emd3 u. II. booklea:
FALL OF 1895.
PARTMCULAE.LYTO TiO]% I o
will be wise enougil to -eek ge:11iNe
bai-fainls, and I chim to h:ive' 1u:b
bar'gaius to oilr my friemlis irs i''il,
-ild give 11y reasons wy . i pr:pus-.: to
u:ni.relIl ll colnpctitOrs, a-z olu' S.:
1st.-Our entire stock of 'Ge.,eral ier
chandisc MvsT be conver:ed into
ready cash in order to wind up
ilic bsiness of A. Macdo:ald &
2nd.-3 prefer io give nv friends and
neighbors the benefit of the
sweeping rediction im prices
1-ther than sell out in a lump,
that all might have an opportu
ity of S!l i g bargaini
rd-Wnlk tlie advance cwne0 on
Shoe ilardhware, and oth:r
goods ill olin 111e, we fortut'
iv Lad a big supply on hand,
and Il.e p-olit whch le advance
4;h I.--I n ill . in he co:: m ar ke
froln stal t tlo fiizisl ;aY i:-L f::1l
pricca--don't to;get thik Vn il
also iaN- highest c-ir pric' fr
Be SUIr -III coISUlt Q'y Ir - .:
Bagging antd Ties before . on buy. I
bought these several months ago when
they were at rock bottom prices, and
will give you great atvaiitage in your
3LACKSTOCK, S. C
SOUTHERN RAILWAY 00.
Eastern Time at Columbia arnd Pts. North.
Northbond, No 36 No 10 No SS
July 28n, 1895.1 Daily DaIly Daily
Lv. Jacksonvlle.. .... 6.20 p. ..7.0 a
Lv. S.vinnah. ....10.41 r ... .50 a
Ar. Colu:nbia........2.55 a . .. 4.'
Lv Charleston....... 6.00 p . ....
Ar Columbia.......... .10.15 p ....... ....
L .Augtsta .........r ... 10.30 p 2.0)p
"Gran.itcv111e.I............ 1.10 p, 2.30 p
" Trenton.:... .... ... 1.4 p . 2.57 p
SJohnstons...I............12.-G a' 3.10 p
Ar Columbia. ........... 2.20 a14.44 p
Lv Columbia. ............ 4.00 a, 4.00 a1 4.48 p
"Winnisboro .... ....... 4.57 a 4.57 a 6.03 p
"Chester. .........542 a 5.42 a 6.53 p
"Rock Hill...........613 a 6.13 a1 7.30 p
Ar Charlottc. ........ 7.0 ai7.00 a 8.20 p
"Danville............. 1140 a 11.40 a:12.0Ont
"Richmond............440 p 4.40 p 6.00 a
"Washington ........ ..30 yI 8.30 p 6.42' a
"Baltimore........... 11.25 p111.25 p 8.05 a
"Philadelphia. ...1... 3.03 al 3.00 a 10.15 a
' New York........ 6.20 al 6.20 a:12.53 p
Southbound. Dal DiyDiy
L.New York.......... a12lnI40p
" Phia-lelphia.... .0 ~72 a .5i
Lv-Charotte........ 0 p 9.5
"R ock Hill...... . 1.1p1.1pO2
SChester........... 1.St 23t Ii3a
"Winnsboro.,....... 11 i14a'.4a
Ar. Columbia....-...... .2a;.0aI.0p
" Johnistons............ 62al31p
" Trenton............... 64 !32
"Graniteville........... 710a p
Ar. Augusta.............. Oa145p
Ar Charleston.......... 11 I 80
L.Columbia........... .0n. 21
Ar.Savannah..-... 6 ~ 43
Jaksnvll.........S a .9.0 p
Nes.37 nd .....h..to 111 Southern a1043
os 3 ad 6 ...... 11.s5 pl 11.0rpou35h
Pullman .......Sleeping ca.and fit-cla
conch Jckso ..lle .a . .e 0 aor; 2.l0o P.00l
mancar.....aan Chro.... .0a12
. B.- s ..3.and .. ..... 6.ot ene 3.n0op
passnges.an.b...g ..... 7.1din aS.4
.......GREEN.aJ. ... C.. .0p
DruPIg CA StrE
No s. and elsinto T uthlern . m
iToi Pleta Atcrs ofamp l toNwdo.
SldPulmtain Oith Dinicsl norhs o
coac Jacsile and New York als(o Pll
ma a ugst anid Calo~stte.
NIEW YORK. ++
Our Mr. Caldwell and Miss Lilla Ketchin
are now in the Northern markets purchasing '
our Fall and Winter goods. Every effort will
be made to get goods that will please your
fancy and suit your purse. Be sure you come
Caldwell & Ruff.
Dr. Miles' Nervine.
Worth Its Weight in Gold.
- MISS RATHBURN.
bi R. MILES' NERVINE RESTORES H-EA LTH. When the nerves are
H l worn and weak, and vitality is at a low ebb. The brain force. is
weakened and the intellectual powers dulled. Courage is lost,
th~e mind becomes timorous and melancholia takes posssession.
The digestivec organs fail to fully perform their functions, the heart's action
is painful and irregular, the blood becomes thin and watery and the entire
system is threatened with collapse. Under these conditions there is nothing
lik-e Dr. Tiles Nervine to restore health.
"I feel it my duty to inform you what your Nervine has done for me. I
have been an -invalid and doctoring for nine .years. I lost my dear
mother last March, and just after I was taken down with a very severe ner
vous trouble, which gradually grew worse, notwithstanding I was under
the care of a physician. I finally became discouraged and gave up, thinking
I never would be better. I cannot tell you how great-a suff'erer I was. I had
hysteri cal fits, sometimes two or three a day, an oppressed feeling through
myv checst. I was troubled with palpitation, and could scarcely stand on my
fee t, and was totally unable tc walk alone. Not even the lightest kind of
food would digest. My nerves were in such condition that I could not write,
and T v;as reduced to but the ghost of my former self.
I sawv an advertisement and purchased a bottle of Dr. Miles' Restorative
Nervine and from the first I noticed a change for the better. In a month's -
time there was a great improvement, in my looks as well as my feelings. The
oppressed feeling in my chest entirely disappeared, my food digested muclh
better and I could walk a short distance. It is over two months now and I
can walk a half mile, and I am happy to say I am better than I have been
for two years and am just beginning to feel like my old self; and I owe all
ihis to you for Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. It is my best friend. I often
make the remark that it is worth its weight in gold."
96 Ilainfield St., Olneyville, R. I., Nov. 27, '9. ANNA B. RATHBURN.
le , * Restores
Dr. ies ervinle Health
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