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THE RIDGEWAY DISPENSARY.
?ublic Money Used for Political Purposes
---Pnejudice Blind to Truth-.-A Direct
Xr. Editor: I am glad to see in your
?aper that some steps are being taken
.o investigate the action of authorities
-esponsible for the (lispensary outrage
At this pli.e, which occurred the day
4 the Pote-Tillman-Evans meeting.
The tffHir should be sifted to the
bottom. It places Tillman on the
!evel with a commn.- brigid; a .d
everythin2 should be J Ane to open the
eyes of unthinking Carolinians who
persist in following this utterly un
principled man. Many of our best
citizens are allowing their petty spites
and prejudices to close their eyes and
ears againct honesty and truth and all
State officials hive had full know.
edge of the fact that the State's property
was given away by men in position to
prevent or rectify it, for the so!e
purpose of building up Tillman and
his fol!owers again-t Butler, Pope and
their friends. It was done to down
Pope on that occasion, and have it
heralded throughout the State that
Tillmau had won a great victory at
Ridgeway, one of his prominent start
ing points as a reformer.
Dr. Pope was treated with marked
discoartesy. After Tllman's commit
tee of invitation had extended him an
offer of fair hearing on th. stan-1 with
Tillman and Evans, they for some
frivaloni pretense declinel to have
their tfler carried oat, bicked down.
On the ground where Dr. Pope had
gone as a listener, tn hearittg that the
committe had broken faith in the
matter of giving him an equal showing
with other speakers, he was treated
very rndely in a most public manner,
by a Mr. Renbert, a very well mean
ing, but excitable and imprudent
young fellow. I have been informed
by men eminently rel'abe that they
Stw Mr. Rembert handing liquor to
the crowdin..the dispensary that eve
ning; since ihat time he has been ap
pointed on the whiskey constabulary.
I have no idea that Mr. -Rembert was
other than a cat's paw for others
cirrying on the same business more
Ben Tillman g%ve a written order to
have the dispensary opened that day.
E. G. Palmer.
Ridgeway, S. C. ,Sept. 20,1895.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
HOLD YOUR COTTON.
"It has suggested itself to us, inas
much as the price of cotton is largely
in the bands of the planters themselves
and will be governed to a great extent
by whether or not they push forward
their crop to market early in the
season, as they did last year ; if that
fact was brought to the attention of
planters through the- local papers
having the greatest circulation in their
several localities, it might and probably
would, have great effect upon the
price. You can understand tbat if' the
crop is rushed into market, a low
price will be established, which is
just what is desired by spinners, both
at home and aproad, who appear to be
holding aloof with that object in view,
whereas, if receipts continue light,
prices must ultimately advance, as the
crop is undoubtedly short. If grower.
must sell some, let them sell part of
their crop and hold the balance for
H EAVY SNOW IN COLORADO.
DENiVER, Sept. 22.--The damage to
the fruit interests of the State by the
heavy snow fall of last night is bevond
comptationl. In the vicinity of Den
ver fruit and shade trees were broken
by the heavy snow freezing of the
limbs yet in full lear,. and scarcely a
tree for miles around escaped injury.
Reports from -the interior show the
same deplorable cotxiition, varying
only in degree. While the fruit grow
ers may save most of the matured
fruit, the more serions injury' is in
the broken trees anid shattered truuks.
The snow storm wats general nver
the State, the amount varying from
four to six inche'. Today theh sun
shone c'e.ar. The indications are
favorable for a killing frost to-night.
means so much more than
you imagine--serious and
fatal diseases result from
trifling ailments neglected.5
Don't play with Nature's5
If you are feeling
out of sorts, weak
-nd generally ex
BkuWfl55have no appetite
ad can't work,
begin at once tak
I ' ing the most relia.
Ia'J6~a medicine,which is
Brown's Iron Bit
ters. A few bot.
B ties cure-benefit
?Svey ist dose-it
so't .:tain your
teet, an d it's
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
Contnation, Bad Blood
Maaria, Nervous ailments
.43ct only the genuine-it has~crossed red
lines on the wrapper. All others are sub.
sttutes. On recejpt of t wo 2C. stamps we
will send set of 'en Beautiful World's
Fir iews arnd book-free. h
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WINNSBORO, S. C.
Tuasda, September 24, I1895
IT seems as if the Mississippi plan,
wi:h a few mkodificatioup, will be
adopted by the Constitutional Conven
TnE abolition of the ri2ht of dower
in lants conveyed by the husbind in
his lifetime would greatly facilitate
IT is hard to realize that while the
sunt was se -ding u; excessively warm
rays ot heat, the sno was falling
heavily in Wyoaiing, Nebraska, and
A TENDENCT sce..ns to prevail in the
corvention to legislate, and freqnently
one reading the ordinanes introduced,
.if he didn't know better, would think
the General Assembly was in sess:on.
THE chain gang or something seems
to be diminishing the number of crim
inals at court. We n,uilly have a
much greater number of criminal cases
at the September term of court than
we had this year.
WE don't often offer advice to farm
ers, but we would venture to suggest
to them to iarket their cotton just as
slowly as possible. We believe the
crop will be short. This means that
as soon as that is ascertained the price
will advance .
UNDER our law if a mnan or woman
goes to Georgia or any 'ther Sta?e and
obtains a divorce, it s .i~t recogniz :d
in this State, and the children of a
subsequent marriage are bastards.
This works a great injustice to inno
cent children. It would seem just,
therefore, that the law should be
changed, and divorces obtained else.
where recognized to the extent of con
sidering children of the second mar
riage legitimate in such cases.
TEE credit system upon which
county business has been conducted
has been a great evil, and we are glad
to see that the convention is trying to
do symething to enable the several
counties to rua on a cash basis. School
teachers, jurors, witnesses, and all
credItors of the conities from necessity
have to discount their paper at an ex
tortionate discenm. The credit of the
counties is good, and they ought to be
able to get money as cheap as the
banks or anybody.
Ta Constitutional C:onven:ion, so
far, taken on the whole, has made a
very good r-ecord, and it is to be re
gretted that two whole days have been
consumed in discussing the naming of
a county. and in discussing whether
or not the State was correct in charg
ing that the President had intentionally
misstated the Vote of the convenl:ion.
WVheher or not President Evans wil
fully misstated the report of the teliers,
no one can tell the absolute truth
about it, except President Evans
himself, and it is a silly waste of time
for the convention, which was called
to frame a constitution, to spend a
whole day in trying to decide the
question. Such discussions do no
good, and the people are not half as
much interested in them as some of
the delegates seem to think. We think
it would bave been wiser if the State
had withheld its opinion on the subject,
but it had a perfect right to express
its opinion if it choose. The conven
tioni might as well realize that it is not
assembled to answer all the charges
newspapers shall make. If it shall
ndertake to vindicate all of its mem
bers from charges that may be pre
ferred against them, then it will con
sume from now t >christmas in such a
6100 Reward 6300.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that. science has
been able to cure in all its st ages, and
that is Catarrh. Hlall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure known to the
mnedical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's CatarthI
Cure is taken internally, acting direct
ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient streneth by building up the
cens:itution and -assistingc nature in
doing its work. The proprietors have
so much faith in its curative powers,
that ti.cy off-r One Hundred Dol:ars
for anry case that it falls to cure. Scnd
for list~ of testimonials. A dJress,
F. J. CmF:xzn ,i (o.
Toled o, O.
rwSaid by druggists, 752.*
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Piteb
and Children. It contains n
other Narcotic substance.
for Paregoric, Drops, Soott,
It is Pleasant. Its guaran
Millions of Vothers. Castor
feverishness. Castoria pre
cures Diarrhoea and Wix
teething troubles, cures <
Castoria assilmilates the f
and bowels, giving healt)
toria is the Children's Pan
"Castora Is s exoellnt medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told mo of its
good effect upon their children."
Da. G. C. Ocooo,
Casworia is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers willonsider the real
Interest of their children, and use Castoria in
destroying their loved ones, by forcingepium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
S Da. J. F. KngcnzLo,
The Centaur Company, 7 2
THE ATL.ANTqA EXPOsITION.
Mr. Warren Cowan, rep.!,entin
the Atlanta Exposition authorities wa
in Columbia during the past weel
distributing informati.m of a Talt bh
character.concerning the great t.>o
One of the greatest features of th(
exposition is Pain's grand and later
pyrotechnic display "China and Ja
pan," which reprasents the storming
f Wei-Hai-Wei. If the display iD
anything like the superb lithographi<
representations thereof being gotter
out by the exposition authorities anc
and the Southern railway, which ent eri
the grounds on double tracks, and i
the only line to do 30, then it mut b(
rand. The pot to be borne in min
sthat the display only continue!
tenty nights, beginning with Wednies
ay night last.
The Sauthern-railway and the Sea
bard Airline are both offering re
arkably low rates from_hbal.estAi
ad Columbia and other points in the
tate to Atlanta and return.
In a recent letter to anufactu
rrs Mr. W. F. Benjamin, editor 01
te Spectator, Rushford, N. Y., says:
It may be a pleasure to yon to know
LZe high esteem in which Chamberlain'i
edicines are held by the people 0
yur own state, where they must be
bst known. An aunt of mine, wh<
rsides at Dexter, Iowa, was aboul
tvisit me a few years since, and
bfore leaving home wrote me, asking
fthey were sold here, stating if the)
ere not she would bring a quantitl
ith her, as she did not like to b<
ithout them." Tha merticines re
frrn d toi am C*'hamberlain's (og,
emedy, famowi for its cures of cold!
2n0 croup; Chaberlainl's Pain ]Baln
or theunatismi, lame back, pains it
te side and chest, and Chalnberlain'
olic, Cholera and Diarrhoa iRemnah
r bowel comlplai'lls. These mcdi
nes have becen i :onisu-u lt uise :
>wa &.or almnosrt a quar er of a coturny
he people have learr.e clI bar. they at.
aicles of greast worth aii inerit, unli
uequaed by .1nv .ther. Saltisfatni,'
garantee.2 oc money reIu 2d1 *d. Thie)
re for sale here by McMaster & Co.'
Wants to Take the stadents to Atslanta.
Senator Tillman remarked while ii
mon yesterday that he strongly favored
proposition to charter a train ancl
ave the faculties of the Winthro;
ormal and Indmutrial School no
leson Coliege take the students o
e 'nstitutions to the Atlanta Exo"si.
t.on some time in November. This
ould be a great thip for the tw<
bcol.-Rock Hill Herald.
For Over FIfty Years
Mn. WiNstow's SOoTaHis Synur hn!
en used for over lifty ye rs by mil ion.i
fmothers for their 'hildren: while .t ser.h.
g, with per feet success. I soothr h
hild, softents the ;.ums, aillay sial paini,
ures wind colic, al.4 is t he be-st e':medly
r Diarrhiea. ft wi;l relieve 11e poor lit
I sutfferer irmmediately. M.dd by D)rug
ists in every pai +.of the wo,rtd. Twenty
e cents a bottle. lBe sure and ask f.or
rs. Win4tow's Sootchinig Syrup.'' and
ake no o,ther kilnd. 5-26i x1y
COYRG H TS.
CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT ? For r
IU&C.,wo have hdneal ifty years
ns strictly confidetial. A Handbook ofIn
ormaton concerning Patents and how to oh
ain them sent free. Also a catalogue of mechan
al and scientific books sent free.
Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
pecil notiein the Scientific A merican, and
hus are brought widely before the public with
2 cost to the inventor. This splendid -Dper,
sued weekly, elegantly Illustrated. has by farte
agest circulation of any scientific work intffe
orld. $3a year. sample copies sent free.
Bull~ Edition, monthly, S2.50 a year. single
2ols~ cents. Evcrynumber contains beau
huses. wit plans, enabling builders to show the
Laest desl s and secure contracts. Address
MTUNN ,Co., Netw YoxK, 361 BRoADWA.
Chceter's En.giuh Diamond ldrand.
sac. ..wav riai. .AISask
boxe. aealed with blue ribbloni. Takec
IANT every man and woman in thtinitedI o
te neetedLn he o n nd wis ky tr
sit eohvema n woman~ok on these dis-d
as. Address B. M. WVooney, Atlanta, Gr.,
ox 38, and ane will he snt youfree.
er's prescription for InPants
either Opium, Morphine nor
It is a harmless substituto
ing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
We is thirty years' use by
im destroys Worms and allayG
vents vomiting Sour Curd,
d Colic. Ca'storia relievcs
onstipation and fIlatulency.
)od, regulates the stomach
y and natural sleep. Casa
acea-the Mother's Friend.
"Castoria is so well adapted to clildren that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
kwown to me."
k tH. A. AncaE:R, M. D.,
111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
"Our physicians in the cbildren's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among 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."
UxrrD Hosp'rr&L AnD- DispE=Azr,
I ALLzN C. SarTE, Pres.,
[Uray Street, New York City.
Heart Disease Cured
1 By Dr. Miles' Heart Cure.
' Falhting, Weak or Hungry Spells, Irregu
lar or Intermittent Pulse, Fluttering or Pal
itation, Choking Sensation, Shortness of
Breath, Swelling of Feet and Ankles, are
symptoms of a diseased or Weak Heart.
MR4S. N. C. MlLLER.
Of Fort Wayne, Ind., writes on Nov. 20. ISO4:
"I was afflicted for forty years with heart
trouble and suffered untold agony. I had
weak, hungry spells, and my heart would
palpitate so hard, the pain would be so acute
and torturing, that I became so weak and
nervous I could not.sleep. I was treated by
several physicians without relief and gave
p ever being well again. About two years
ago I commenced using Dr. Mil::s' Remedies.
One bottle of the IIeart Cure stopped all
b eart troubles and the Restorative Nervine
did the rest,and now I sleep soundly and at
tend to my household and social duties with
Iout any trouble.
Sold by druzists. Book sent free. Address
Dr. Miles Miedieal Co., Elkhart, lad.
Dr. Miles' Remedies Restore Health.
Classand1 befatifies the hai..
rever'Fals to eatoro Cra?
-- air to its Youthful Color.
iiaLeadingConseraory of America y
CAm. FAgLra, D)irector.
Send for Prospec
IDR. E. C. JETER,
Physician an d ourgeon.
IOffers his professicnal services to the
people o)f Fairfield.
Postmtlce address Jlen kinsville, S C.
H I-ot H-ouse Planvth..
fIAVE a choi(ce colh Ction' of hot1
house- plhots for sah.. Alno Iifty
select varieties of Chr y santhe mums.
Twety p)lanl for SI.p)
Pr ronize home en terpriz".
4 9:3:f* MR~S. J. A. IllNNANT,
FORl THIN PEOPLE
Are yoR thin?2
lesh made with Thinaeura Tabb,-t by a
scientific p.roerss. Tfhey crente p*ri eet
assimilatiou of every forn m of lo d, -e~r t
i,g the valuable parts ar.d iscarding~ the
w orthlss. Th'ley make thin faces plump
and r und out t he ligure. They atre the
for leannesc. cruta ning No .InsEN:C, and
Price, prepaid1, Sit er box, ; for $5.
1amplet, "110W TO G ET FAT," Fr.'E.
The THINACU'itA CO., 949 lSroadwayt.N.Y
,-Cleanses n d bean:sfis the ha.r. I
HIr toes cuth r n o ot
cu'res CCea:p dinea.,.es S. hI al .
0e.an I12at Dn.: 's
H NDERCRNS. Th eny~ecur c .~
S ops aUran, lac. eM .L):-t4 e: iSu C,N.li .
ESS . HEAiD RCISZ3 CUNDbI
Peck'.s DisiBLE T UBULAR EAR g
CUSHIaNS. Whispere beard. Comn
t_rtabl. Suecessulwhern Remedies rAILt. Inls._bo'
FALL OF 1895.
Good TMOS Aheadj
PAII'CULAIRLY TO TlOE w!o
will be wise Cugh to 5eek gt.nlbe
bai--gains, a:d I claim to have Cu:1b
bargails to offcr lily filndi ill S Fa;l.
Oild give iny reasons why I po:0) to
uiilersell all competitors, U fo.o: s:
1st.-Oar entire stock of General Mer
chandise MUST be coiver;cd into
ready cash in order to wi-d up
the business of A. Mcdonaid &
2nd.-I prefer to give my friends znd
ncighbors the benefit of the
sweeping reduction in prices
rather than sell ont in a lump,
that all might have an opportn
11itV of s Cali: g bar ain;
3rd.-When the advance cane on
Shoe, Hardware, and otlhr
1o:-1 iln oU' lillp, we fortl11:it- -
ly I ad a hbig supply on hai.d,
and p c p (lit wh'ch 1c advance
in i ni s li;a; ff:Imr g-.Ve US,
wl. | e. h . -, 4m sn1,
mro;-t at I ir.--( c -.
4:h.-I will Le *i., tL. co:o., nr*e;
froni sla; to fiish, pat iii full
prices.-don't folget dbis. Villi
also par highest cash price for
Be sure and c)nsult n:y pr itS cm:
Bagaing and Ties before % un bay. I
bought tl:cee several moltls ago When
they were at rock bollont p7!ces, and
will give you great alivantage in your
BLACKSTOCK, S. C.
-SOUTHERN RAILWAY 00,
~Cntral Time shiownx betwcen Jacksonville and
L Eastern Time at other points.
Northnbond. No.36 No1;oS$T
UTot..18th, 153. -Daily Daily Daily
Lv. Jacksonie .. ...... 5 0 p .... 700 a
Lv. Savan nah.3 ... m . 11 30 a
Ar. Columbia ..... .... 240 il ....4.i5pP
Lv. Charlesto ... ... 03 n ..... 72 a
Ar. Columbia ...... 0 15, .... H 05 a
Lv. Augusta.... .... .... 010 Np 200p
" Graniteville ..... ..... 1l10 p 2' :0 p
" Trenton... ....... ... I p '57 p
4 Johnstons i. ........ u20 a 3 10 P
Ar. Columbia ... .... - - 220: 1444 p
Lv. Columbia ....--.J 400 a4 00 a 505- p
" Winnsboro.. .... 457 a: 4 57 6 5
"Chester........ 5 12a 5 42a o"53 p
" fRock Hill.. .... 1h sa G13 a' 720 p
Ar. Charlotte .. ..---700 n 7(00 a 8 20p
" Danville.... ..-- 40 a 11403 a l1200ntI
"Richmond ..----4 40 p 4 40T p GC a
"Washington ..S--- s 0 p . 0 p 6042 a
"Baltimore ...--.-12 p 1125 p S05 a
"Philadelphia .--. ( 0 a 300 a 10 15 a
"New York ...--- " 0 a' 020 a 1253 p
Southound Daily Daily Daily
Lv. New York ... ....intl15nti 4:10 p
"Philadelphia ...350 a~ 350 n. 655 p
"Baltimore ...... 6 '2a 6 22aI 920 p
Lv. Washington .. ....11.15 a 11 25 a110 43 p
" Richmond.. .... 23 p.1255 p1 200 a
" anville .....p01 psO
" Charlotte .... il0,, 01
" Rock 1111 ....p1 1 ~02
"Chester . .n1~5u1U
-'Winnsboro..... 14a11 15
A r. Colu mnbia ........ 20 2alO
Lv. Columbia .. ....... 0a17p
"Johnston ......I 02 1
" TrentoD . ........ 4a,:5p
"Granitville....j.. .I7la 4p
Ar.Augst........... .. 10. p S 410p55a
Lv ClubI........ 05 p 1.000 p 5
Ar Careson......t l2 5al1.St11 3
Lv.Coumia ..... 2250 a a100 p
Ar. avanah......... ......... 30 12 p
Jacksonill ... . a..... ..I2a 102p
......N ..... G As a 32E
Ar. Auua.... 3S.... ...g.. & 00twtn Li4 15
mar.arlsn ih...h: ears. 111r0 o Ch.r......0p
L. Columa .... S.. 1st Mail ......u11 Pl
Armannah ....in ....5r ami ...... cl:s coc
-Jacksonville nd ..... York5 a~ .......i car0
. -Nos. iS and adh ingo &eSnterwestern Sta
ionCouma, u ca sarge aonew torke on Pul
sangersand bagthg atinning st. oftCaiott.
N. 35 GaEn . S.stMi. Thrug CulP -
Au ug -hartorte
J.u.N s. 5and rriovotedtrUinSa
s Jngrs and gaellandiblst. ain
Toile A rtsiNicTof Al GiAANA.
P L ELS, Oil, CoriA,ieS. C
BW s H. REE. CiaJ. h M.aCULP.
GPSpt,sNTN Tb ,ASHINTON
Drug - dGlsswre.
NOW READY. ***
We have received and are now reaiy to show our Fal! and Winter grd,.
Ve have the largest and must cnplete stock we have ever shown.
Our stock- of Dress Goods is magnificent, comprisnr a fine line of colors,
%erges, Flanelf, Henriettas. Also the laie,t noveltes in Mohair, Silk and
N'ool mixures, and an ele4a.t line of Black G :ols. The prices are ftlly one
ou, th lower ihall ever bet'ore.
Beautiful sr ies in si k-s for Wai-ts Si k- for T, immings, Velvets, Jet Or
amenras aGd Ginps.
We have a very la ge stck ( f all Domestic Goods, Satteens, Print
ingha,ns, 1I a.:luig, -11ton Fl-timele, eic. All ; -tion g.ods are advancin
)tL we can give you low prices for we OUWItT E %ICL, atid BOUGaT LARG
e hav, te cli ape-t F.alitt.s, Bi.-nk,i-, t ioo Underwear, etc., yon
;en sice th ar. See thern and y u will Ie convinced.
There fa been - big trn-t f-1r,ed to - it- up the prices of leather and sto
We botigh our Shoes ear.v: bn l4lojglt A vLV large stoek, .onsequently
:au o!fer you a great vari tV, and at lItw s! prices.
Our stock is now retdy for in;p(ction. Miss Ketchin has been North and
Dan give you .he latcst styles. We have a large stock of the newest and m
desi able goodF. We oft'r you th. best work and lowest prices. We want
your trade and know that we can make it to your interest to trade with us.
We offer you the greatest viriety to select from, polite and capable attention and.
the lowest prces. Co:ne and see us.
CALDWELL & BUFF.
Dr. Miles' Nervine
Worth Its Weight in Gold.
~ ' >|S RTHUR. -
-I - -- ----
j RL. MILES' NERVINE RESTORES HEALTH. When the neF9eg
worn and weak, and vitality is at a low ebb. The brain force?
w eakened and the intellectual powers dulled. Courage is lost
the maind becomes timorous and melancholia- takes posssessio
The digestive organs fail to fully perform their functions, the heart's acti
is painful and irregular, the blood becomes thin and watery and the ei44
system is threatened with collapse. Under these conditions there is not -
like Dr-. riles Nervine to restore health.
"I feel it my duty to inform you what your Nervine has done for me.
have b)een an invalid and doctoring for nine years. I lost my dea
mot hr last MIarch, and just after I was taken down with a very severe
vous trouble, which gradually grew worse, notwithstanding I was u
tecrofa physician. I finally became discouraged and gave up, thin
Invrwould bebte.Icann'ot tell yog how great a sufferer I was. I
hytrclfits, sometimes two or three a day, an opppes feeling throug'
my chest. I .was troubled with palpitation, and could scarcely stang
feet. and was totally.unable to walk alone. Not even the lightest ti
food would digest. My nerves were in such condition that I could not
and I was reduced to but the ghost of my former self. -
I sa.. an advertisement and purchased a bottle of Dr. Miles' Restorative
Nervine and from the first I noticed a change for the better. In a montha
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 much
better and I could walk a short distance. It is over two months now an:
cn walk a half mile, and I am happy to say I am better than I have been
for two years and am just beginnipg to feel like my old self; and I owe all
this to you for Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervige, It is mny best friend. I often
make the remark that it is worth its weigat in gold." -
96.Plainfleld St., Olneyville, R I., Nov. 27, '94. ANNA E. RArHUEN.
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