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jrlptlon R1M--13 Months, 81.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
W. W. BALL, EDITOR.
ites for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad
vertisements, per square, eno Inser
tion, % 1.00; each subsequent lnsortlon,
Liberal reduction made for largo Ad
W. W. BALL,
LAUKENS, 8. C? June 27, 1898.
This from tho Greonvllle Moun
taineer is exaetly the caso:
"The Abbeville Medium seems to
think that many young men In the
8tato are kept from joining the re
formers by the hope that the oppo
Hi tlon will get control of the offices In
this State, and very plainly sug
gests that an ambitious man must
tie on to tho reformers, If he over ex
pects to get an office. Has It never
occurred to the editor of the Medi
um that the young men who have
rofused to follow Tillman are per
fectly awaro of what they are do
ing, and that they know Just as
wo!l as he does that by turning
against their honest convictions
they eould receive promotion al
most any day? If thoy will not re
cant their opinions for the sake of
office, why accuse them of "stand
. in the shadow of a sot of office
seekers driven to deoperatiori by
loss of power V" It Is a high tribute
to "young men of talent and ambi
tion/' as described by the Medium
when they refuse to follow "the
way to political and judicial hon
ors," unless they aro convinced it
is the right way. Let our friend
try to show that his side is right,
whether In the majority or not, aud
not seek recruits because there are
offices to bestow."
Bo far as the Advertiser can
recall thero Is not a lawyer In South
Carolina who having embracod
Tillraanism has not in return had
political reward lavished upon him.
?Itls not for us to say "that a young
man of talent and ambition may
not be a sincere "reformer," but
little observation Is needed to con
vince any sensiblo and enterpris
ing young follow that Tillmanism
pays and pays well.
A quaker advised his son in
these words: "Marry thee not for
money, my boy, but go where
money Is" and it might be discreet
ly enjoined upon t.he young aspi
rant for political promotion, "Don't
soil your convictions for office,
young fellow, but go where the
Now, by the practice1 of such
preaching many a man draws po
litical dividends but wore it not for
a few cranks who adore a deity
whom they call principle life would
* not be worth living and men would
be no better than beasts.
Should tho Advertiser bo asked
"What's the matter with Murphy ??
it would promptly respond "He's
all right,"?right because he is a
demoerat according to tho best
standards and because he is a bold
fellow with a bushel of brains and
gentleman withal. Murphy's ap
pointment ought to be satisfac
tory to every democrat in the State
. who isn't a secret and shauyfcfaced
votary of another party. It should
not be looked upon as merely a
factional victory or a proof of
Brawloy's prowess, but wo, mean
ing every man in the State who
voted for Cleveland, have a right
> to congratulate ourselves that the
^President has exhibited his usual
.judgment in selecting one who*
iwell represents all of us. What if
JMurphy by vehemently opposing
./ Tillman differed with Brown or
Jones or Smith, that is no reason
why he is not their comrado in the
party ranks and why they should
not be glad at his good fortune.
The argument for free colnngo of
silver is that gold and greenbacks
dp not furnish a sufficient medium
of exchange. If wo admit its cor
rectness wo aro confronted with
the fact that ropean nations
having only g .d as a standard
metal And it ample for commer
cial purposes, else they too would
clamor for the remonetization of
silver. A plausible and perhaps
true explanation of this is that de
preciation of silver In the United
States Is driving American gold to
their shores Increasing and ex
panding their stock on hand.
Will the United States be Insano
enough to enrich all Europe and
impoverish herself by persisting in
tho attempt to g'<e silver a fictit
ious value within ner own bounds?
Many antis have Insisted upon
the appointment of Cleveland men
only, to federal offices, but so far as
wo know it was In the ease of the
Waterloo post office and In no
othor that tho idoa of dismissing
one compotent demoerat to make
room for a new man was even
thought of, much less carried into
execution. We have no reason to
suppose that Mr. Harris will not
make a good officer and give satis
faction but wasn't the removal of
Mr. Anderson a master stroke In
the interests of peace aud harmony
aud the uniting of the factions and
all that sort of thing?
If It is possible for tho flat of the
United States to make less than
one hundred cents worth of silver
pass for a dollar it were indeed
better that the flat should be at
tached to scraps of paper and so
save the government the profit
that now goes to a few Western
miners. But most hut money is a
Some of the Anti papers are
roasting Senator Butler, which
will do him much less harm than
"Bfins Dicey Luugston."
"IVabody Memorial Day" waa
cele >ratod at the Winthrop Train
ing School, Columbia, by the read'
Ing of sketches of distinguished
women of South Carolina, by Ihe
On our first page we reproduce
a sketch of uMlss Pamela Cunning
bam," by Miss Mary Miller, of
The following, the subject of
which was a Laurons woman and
a relative of the L?ngstens, Dil
lards and other prominent families
of the county, was written and
read by Miss E. J. Mclntyre.
The Advertiser Is Indebted to
Superintendent Johnson for a copy
of the pamphlet, containing, the
sketch together with the others
read at tho same time.
'?Miss DICEY LANOSTON."
"There were many women in
South Carolina who distinguished
themselves for their bravery du
ring the dark days of the Revolu
tionary War. Among these was
Miss Dicey .Langston, of Laurens
District. She was the daughter of
Mr. Solomon Langston, and was
only sixteen years old at the com
mencement of the war. Miss Lang
ston's father was a devoted patriot,
but could not engage in active
service on account of his old ago
and lnflrmitios. Living surrounded
by Tories, many of whom woro
her own relatives, Miss Langston
could with comparative ease, dis
cover the plans and movoments of
the Tories, and never failed to com
municate all information immed
iately to the Whigs on the oppo
site side of the ?noree River. She
was ever on the orert, watching
every movement of the enemy, and
catching every word possible, and
in doing this she proved to be of
great assistance to the Whigs. The
Tories soon became suspicious of
the active aid that Dicey was ren
dering to her country, and they im
mediately warned ner father that
henceforth his life and property
should be held responsible for her
conduct. Her father commanded
her to desist from her patriotic ac
tions. Miss Langston obeyed this
command for some time, but hav
ing heard, by some accident, that
a company of very cruel Tories in
tended to make an incursion on
the Elder .settlement, where her
brother lived, sho resolved to warn
them of their imponding danger.
Knowing that her father would ob
ject to her scheme, she decided to
keep her movements a secret. The
journey was long, dreary and diffi
cult. When she crossed the Tyger
stream, it is said that the water
was up to her neck. This alone
would suffice to show us her brav
ery. However, she poon reachod
the end of her journey and made
known to her brother tho contem
ftinted attack. The warning was
mmedlately given to the neigh
bors. The next day, when the Tory
army reached the Elder settlement,
much to their dissatisfaction, they
found no one upon whom to wreak
"Some time after this occurrence
Dicey's father almost fell a victim
to a band familiarly known, on ac
count of their cruelty, as the
"Blood-thirsty Scouts." Mr. Langs
ton was the only man at his home,
all of his sons being engaged in the
great contest. As the Scouts en
tered Mr. Langston's house one of
them stepped forward and pointed
a pistol at the old man's heart.
Just then a wild shriek was heard
und Miss Langstou sprang forward
and clasped her aged father around
the neck, declaring that sho would
receive the shot first. This heroic
act inspired noble feeling even in
the heart 0f a - member, of the
Bloody Scouts, and he spared the
life of her father.
"Miss Langston did a great many
more deeds of equal bravery. Af
the close of the war she married
Mr. Thomas Springfield, of Green
ville, S. C, and died some years
after in that city. At the time of
her death she had thirty-two sons
and grandsons capable of bearing
arms, if need be, to defend the
country which was so dear to the
heart of their bravo ancestor."
Representative Buist claims that
Governor Tillman was hissed whilo
on a recent visit to Greenville and
the Columbia Journal explains that
"ie boyT must havo been hissing
Buist. xhe Journal lauded on that
historic spot where tho "chicken
got the ax." It is now proper that
Mr. Buist should go under for
about the third time.
Prof. Kirkland, of Vandorbllt
University, has been elected chan
cellor of that in dilution.
Prof. Kirkland id a South Caro
linian and a graduate of WofTord
College. His promotion reflects
honor upon his state and credit to
tho college where ho was edu
The talk of Mr. John Gary Evans
for Governor suggests the notion
that the Tillmanites will perhaps
run a full ticket of lawyers next
year in order to make their policy
of endlos;! litigation a lighter bur
don upon the farmers.
The Alken Times thinks that
county dispensaries should be
placed in tho the best and most re
spectable quarters of the towns.
Why should they not be in the
If any man suspects that there is
anything tardy about Charleston,
let him cast his eye on her stand
ing in the race for the pennant and
be greatly undeceived.
No, It will not bo Mr. John Gary
Evans who will inherit Governor
Tlllman's placo in tho movement.
Not by any means.
Distance lends no enchantment
to the view when we consider rail
road rates to the World's Fair.
If all visitors in Chicago do as
Chicago does they will have many
added sins still needing Mtoneraont.
When the blood is loaded with
impurities, tho whole system be
comes disordered. This condition
of things cannot last long without
serious results. In such cases, a
powerful alterative is needed, such
as Ayer's Sarsaparille. It never
iails, and has no equal.
Sarrlvor*' Meeting at Greenwood.
< ;kki:swoon, Jane 17th.?(Special.)?
From the resolutions below it will be
seen that the neit Fourth of July will
be a big day for Greenwood and South
Carolina Survivors. General John b.
Gordon will be present to deliver an ad
dress to tho Confederate Survivors.
Greenwood is proud of being selected
as the place of meeting, and extends
through this medium a cordial invitation
to all Confederate Survivors, rank and
tile, to be present.
A special committee has been ap
pointed to secure special rates and ex
cursion trains over all lines passing
through Groenwosd from the following
points: Columbia, Greenville, Walhalla,
Augusta, Spartanba rg, Atlanta, Monroe,
and all intermediate points. Trains will
arrivo hero at a reasonable hour in tho
forenoon and depart in the afternoon or
night, as tho occasion may require. Of
ficial announcement of schedules over
the Richmond & Danville, Port Royal &
Western Carolina, and Georgin, Caro
lina & Northern Roads will be made
soon. Tickets will be sold at greatly
In addition to the addresses by Gen'l
Gordon and others, thoro will bo in tho
afternoon a game of base ball and a bi
cycle contest, for which, prizes will be
offered to the winners.
Wiibubas, tho Survivors of the Sixth
South Carolina Cavalry have called a
meeting for tho 4th of July . next nt
Greenwood for tho purposo of effecting
a permanent organization; and, whereas,
the citizens of Greenwood and vicinity
feel a deep interest in tho movement
and dosire to make the occasion enjoya
ablo; therefore be it?
Resolved. That a free barbecuo bo
given to all attending Survivors.
2d, That we extend to all other Con
federate veterans who now reside in
South Carolina, or once belonged to ono
of its-organizations, an invitation to he
present and partake of the free barbe
3d, That special invitations bo ex
tended to Generals John 13. Gordon,
Fitzhugh Leo, James Longstrcot and
Stephen D. Lee to be present and con
tribute to the si'ccesB of the occasion.
4th, That special invitations be ex
tended to Mrs. Col. Hugh Aikeu and
Mrs. Maj. T. B. Ferguson to be present
and becomo the guests of tho town of
(Signed) T. F. Riley,
Chairman General Committee.
j. L. Cakk, Secretary.
Brother Comrades of the Sixth South
Being tho oldest surviving officer'of
tho Third Squadron of the Sixth South
Carolina Cavalry, I tako tho liberty of
urging all members of said Squadron to
attend tho re-union of nur Regiment at
Greenwood on the 4th of July next. I
also tako tho liberty to urgo all other
members of tho Regiment to attend.
This is the first attempt since the war at
a ro-union of tho Regiment, and wo
should show to tho good people of
Greenwood our high appreciation of
their friendship and liberality ; besides
it will do us all great good to meet and
renew old acquaintance and communo
together in brotherly love.
J. Milts Sullivan,
Capt. Co. D, Sixth S. C. Cavalry.
C. A. Thompson, Seymour, Ind.,
Ind., writes: "My sister Jennie,
when she was a young gfrl, suf
fered from white swelling, which
greatly impaired her general health
and made her blood veiy impure.
In the spring sho was not able to
do anything and could-scarcely got
about. More than a year ago she
took three bottles of Botanic Blood
Balm, and now she is perfectly
"I was deaf for a year, caused by
catarrh in the head, but was per
fectly cured by Hood's Sarsapa
rille." H. Hicks, Rochester, N. Y.
Cost of the Silver Folly.
Washington, Juno^.,43.--ia a
statement concerning the Operation
of the Sherman Sliver Act, Secre
tary Carlisle said to-day Hint under
this Act tiiero have been coined
$29,408,431 which makes tho total
coinage of silver dollars, under all
Acts since 1878, $419,204,835, or
more than fifty times as much as
was coined during the previous pe
riod of eighty one years.
The Secretary of tho Treasury
has purchased under tho Act of
July 14, 1890, and now holds in the
vaults of the treasury, uncoined,
124,292,532 fine ounces of silver bul
lion, which cost tho peop'e of the
United Status $114,290,920, and is
worth to-day at tho market price
of silver $10:1,411,880, thus showing
a loss of JMO,888,ooO.
Tho records of tho treasury de
partment show that during the
cloven mouths beginning May 1,
1892, and ending May 31, 1893, the
Issue of treasury notes for tho pur
chase of silver bullion under the
Act of July 14, 1899, amounted to
$49,901,184, und during tho same
period the iwnount of such notes
paid in gold whs $47,745,178.
It thus appears that all the sil
ver bullion purchased during that
tllrfo except $2,210,011 worth was
paid Tot in gold, while the bullion
itself is stored in (he vaults of (he
treasury and can neither bo sold
nor used for the payment of any
kind of obligation. How long the
Government can thus be compelled"1
to purchase silver bullion and in
crease the public debt by issuing
coin obligations in payment for It
is a question which Congress alone
It is evident that if tills policy is
continued and the Secretary of the
Treasury shall be compelled to is
sue bonds or otherwise increaso
the interest bearing public debt it
will bo for tho purposo of procur
ing gold with which to pay for sli
ver bullion purchased undor the
Act referred to.
As a blood purifier, the most em
inent physicians prescribe Ayer's
Sarsaparilla. It Is the most power
ful combinatjotfof vegetable alter
atives ever offered to the public.
As a spring and family medicine,
it may bo freely used by old and
UR. HATHAWAY & 00.
Aro tho leadlupr ami most successful specialists and
?111 glvo you help.
Young and mid
dle aged men.
sults havo follow
ed out treatment.
Many years of
varied and success
In the use of cura
ttvo methods that
control for all dls
orders of uten who
?havo weak, unde
veloped or dls
?^cased organs, or
S3Bwho aro suffering
jfroin errors of
?youth and excels
Jforwho Brc nervous
?the scorn of their
Igfellows and tho
contempt of their
friends and com
panions, leads us
to Knaranteo to all patients. If they can pomlbly
be restored, our own exclusive treatment
will afford u cure.
WO MEN I Don't you want to get cured of that
weakness with ft treatment that yon cun use at
homo without Instruments? Our wonderful treat
ment has cured others. Whynotyou? Try It.
CATARRH, and diseases of tho Skia, Blood,
Heart, Liver and Kidneys.
8TPHII.IS?1 ho most rapid, safo and effective
roincdy. A complete euro Gutiruntced.
8KTV DISI'.Asl'N of all kinds curedwhoro
many others liuvo failed.
t'W.i'l'l n.VL niSCHAROES promptly
cured Inn few days. Quick, sure and safe. This
Includes Olcct and Qonorhasa,
TRUTH AND PACTS.
We. havo cured cases of Chronic Diseases that
have failed to j;ct cured at tho hands of other special
I: ta and medical Institutes.
ss?? BEMBMBBB that tag-M Is hope
for You. CoiiHiilt no other, as you may waste- valuable
tlinoj. Obtain our treatment at oneu.
Beware of frco and cheap treatments. Wc rIvo
the best and most scientific treatment at moderuto
prices?bh low as can he done for safo and sk'llful
treatment. FBGE consultation at thoonl^oor
by mall. Thorough examination and careful ,n.n
ii- . .. A homo treatment can be given In amajority
of cases. Send for Symptom Blank No. 1 for Men*
No. 2 for Women! No. 8 for Skin Diseases. Allcon-j
spondenec answered promptly. Duslness strictly con
fldcntlal. Kntiro treatment sent frco from ohscrv.v
tlou. Refer to our patients, banks aud business uk-u.
Address or call on
DR. HATHAWAY & CO
4iM-3 South Broad Street, ATLANTA, (i'
for Infants and Children.
* 'Caaterla It so well adapted to cl?Tdm? that
I reoommond It a* superiorto any prescription
known to me.' H. A. Asohxb, M. D.,
Ill Bo. Oxford St, Urooklyn, N. T.
"The use of 'Castoria' ta bo universal and
its merits so well known that it see ma a work
of supererogation to endorao it. Few are the
Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria
withlueasy reach." _
Oajuxm Marty*, D.D.,
Now York City.
Late Factor Bloomlngdalo Beformcd Church.
CantorJa enrefl Oollc, Oonrttpation,
Hour Stomach, Dlarrhcoa, Eructation,
Killa Worms, gives sleep, and promotes dl
Without Injurious medication.
" For several years I have recommended
jOyX' Castoria,' and shall always continue to
do so as it hae invariably produced beneficial
Edwin F. I'audhs, M. D.,
"The Winthrop," 126th Stroet and 7th Ave.,
Now York City.
Tn Csntaur Cokpant, 77 Murray Stb??t, Naw York.
The World's Fair R
DOUBLE DAILY frJ?iNvSrnviCE
f*0|lft)an V?Jtbulo Etosr.f'V] ? -.1 Duffel Parle-Cars.
Only Houto Throutjh tho Indiana
Natural Gao Reit.
via Ttir.-r if '. >? ?> Tini'i c )i.i:i i Tim.'curinr stcunto
AT IMC PfNCIPAl TWW.t OfHCt? OF
Fen IffCIAl i'.r<inuATK>N in rrranc to batta a?iD
amv ncinto ottaivs < r.'.n.M.v. this Fin3T-OI A63
SKRVtOc. 'uah AMiy It. pcrcoii ob ?v Vllirn os
mccriAM to tiTMin or tuc rouowmoi
a.h. wr>. r-i,':, ;i r <v.?r?-i. - juwviir. irsr
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Ami windy advertising unsurported by facts have played out. Trashy
merchandise can no longer be palmed oft* on an intelligent
public for first class goods. People have learned to
discriminate between the good and the spuri
ous. Herein l'es the secret of
It is selling the BEST at the price of Inferior Articles and strictly
avoiding MISREPRESENTATIONS that has Won the Hearts and
Pockets of the people for us. Let others do as they will we will adhere
strictly to our rule?
"BEST GOODS VOR THE LEAST MONEY."
For the best 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 cts. Dress Goods come to see us.
For the best 35, 45, 50, 65 and 75 cts. Dress Goods come to sec us.
For the best 85c, 1.00, 1.25, 1.50, 1.75 2.00 and 2.50 Dress Goods
come to see us.
For the best line of the newest things in Ladies' Hats come to see us.
For a White Lawn at 5cts, worth Sets, come to sec us.
For India Linen at S', to, 12^ and 15 cts, worth 10, 12^, 15 and 2octs,
come to see us.
For beautiful Plaid Lawns at 8, 10, 12 and I5cts, worth 25 per cent,
.more money, come to sec us.
For the best line of novelties in Printed Goods come to see us.
For the best line of Shoes in W estern Carolina come to see us.
Our Clothing Stock
Can't be downed in Quality, and our prices have been made with a spe
cial view of moving it, and our large sales in this department
warrants us in saying our figures arc right.
FOR NOBBY AND STAPLE STRAW HATS WE ARE
We Are On Top Once Again.
And nm prepared to furnish anything In my lino at reasonable
rates. New Goods are arriving every day. Mending and repair
ing dune ut short notice and .special attention given to watches.
And in Fact Everything Kept in a First Class Establishment. Call at
Jewelry Store, Southwest Corner of Public square.
Bo ?uro to go to Dr. J. A. Martin's Now
Drug Storo for your Drugs, Modiclnos,
Ladies Toilot Goods, Hroath Perfumes,
Diamontl Dies, Tube Paints, Indcliblo
Tnk, Stationery, Tobacco, Cigars ana a
bundrod othor things usually kept in a
Drug .Store. Sond your can for tbo best
wbitoor red oil and you Will send again.
Special Inducements aro now offered to
practicing physlolans in tbo way of
Fresh Drugs, The Cheapest Drugs
and tbo Dost Drops. Dr. Riekonbakor,
H first class prescription clork,wbo lias
bad several years experioneo aa a Drug
Salesman and Proscription Clerk is now
In chargO of tbo Ding Store and takes
special interest in lining proscriptions
and waiting on customers. Send In your
orders und bo convinced tbat Dr. Rlckin
baker is tbo man to save you money.
J. A. MARTIN.
L. E. BUHNS & CO.
UN DE RBU YERS, UN DBR8KLLICR8
Call and soo our many bargains to bo
found among our immense stock ot
Dry Goods, Notious, Shoes, Groceries,
Tinware, (llassware, Woodware,
Hardware I0tct (Iroat induce
ments in Stoves ami Furniture
Sowing-inaebines?blub and low
arm?at a lob. Linnet Drugs very
ubenp. Dig tot of Confnetlonorv,
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Our goods must, sbnll and will bo sold.
Wo have opened n NNW STOIC) at
Rarksdalo, S. C. but aro H?ing business
bIbo at our ODD STAND noar Little
Knob,.S.O. Witb manv tbanka for tbo
past favors aud hoping for aconllnuanco
ol tbo same, wo are,
L. E. BURNS & CO.
Ice, Ice! led I
WHY will you Biiffbr in (Iiis Hol
W?atHcr when a NlOKI?L buys
5 LBS. OF ICE.
100 lbs for 76 cents.
50 lbs for 40 cents
And Smaller Quantities at One Cent
ALL THE COOLING DRINKS OF
THE SKA SON AT OUR
Tlio Freshest Fruit Flavors Used.
NEXT DOOR TO THE POST OFFICE.
Diamond Rambler the Greatest Wheel on Earth.
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SOLD OIsTL'^r J3Y
S. M.&E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Not our Political but our Business platform is bound l?> be popular
with all parties. Here are the planks on which wc stand.
For all customers from over charges, mis-statements or poor value-.
\\ Ith everyone who buys of us for the cheapest goods on the market.
Between buyer and seller. We make a small profit. You gel extra values
Of shoddy goods, inflated values and oppressive high prices.
Of course "The People's Store" is where "The People's Party" buy
their goods. That is the simple, tiuthful platform on which we present
these canidates to you.
DRESS GOODS, I SCHOOL BOOK
Domestics, Hosiery, Underwear,
Notions, Trimmings, Buttons,
Gloves, Knitttm Cotton,
BOOTS AND FINE SHOES
Slippers, Oxford Tics, Hats,
Umbrellas, Parasols, Etc.
Full line of Stationery, Drugs and
Perfumery, Hardware, Saddlery,
Harness, Whips, Crockery and
Sugar, Collccs, Bacon, Lain!, Corn
Flour, Sewing Machines, Etc.
If you like the platform patronize the Canidate.
We arc not asking any favors at the hands of Mr. Cleveland, but we
do beg that you examine these lines and our prices.
J. 0. C. FLEMING & CO.
?FOR SALE BY
$mm & Kennedy Bros,
II Alt It IS* IATHIA PltlNOS, B. C.
After a long and varied experience In tho uho of Mineral Waters from many
nonrcos. both foreign and domestic, I am fully por?uado<l thai MARIUS' LITJIIA
WATRU posscsscH oilicacy in the treatmont of afflictions <>r t i>o Kidney and
Rlftddor unequalled by any other water of which i have in ido t rial.
This opinion is based upon observation of it* ellccl ^ on my pal l( nts i"i I lio pa
tiirro years.during which time I bavo prescribed it frooly hu I ulmosl uulforu 'y
with bencut in tbo med lo Able maladies obovo mentioned.
When failure to roiiovo has occurred, I hayo Imputed it t>. In) ufllv l< nt usool Iho
Water, for my oxperionco touches mo, that from one to two riuurtH dallj should bo
la'ion from two to four wook*, to socuro its full rotnodial ofrWl
A. N.TALLY, M. I?., Oolumbla,S.O,
J. T. HARRIS, Walorloo, K. C.
Doar Hir: -1 lind great bouotit from tlio use Ol \ our Ml Ida Water. I COUftldi r
it a lino tonic, and general regulator of tbo digestion, RH well as \cry cfUoaelous In
tliosodlsonsoH for wliich Lithla 1? considered somewhat of a specific.
JUDGE J. I?. K KKSII \ \\ , l AM Pl.V, S. ( .
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aldor it in ovory respect equal to tbo fan.ohm RofValo Lllhin Walt r,
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