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Tlio Orangeburg Times
L O C A. 1^
FORT MOTTE AND IT'S SURROUND
Wc hail the pleasure of a visit, on
last Friday, to this historic place,
with a view to a ride ever the crops
in this noted rod < lay region. It's
ancient traditions and reminiscences,
which would make a volume in them
selves at once Interesting and profita
ble wc cannot touch upon now. hut
must leave for some future season.
We were met althedepot by (apt.
Tre/.cvanl, who took us to his pleas
ant home for <he night.
The next morning, after an early
breakfast, we mounted our steeds
and commenced the proposed survey
of the fields.
'The first crops examined were
those on ('apt. Tre/.evant's planta
tion. His son, Mr. 1). H.Trczevant,
has a most excellent crop of cotton,
heavily fruited and well developed
in the weed. The condition of this
crop, both cotton and corn, shows
him to be a careful, thorough and
Besides this crop, there are. on the
.??aine plantation. excellent crops
planted by a number of new comers
to this section from Branehville ami
Middle St. Matthews, who have been
attracted here by the -superiority <?I"
the lands. Among them we may
mention the names of Den, A rant.
Buzzard, Fclkol, Ott, Bair, Danlzler
and Parlor, who are mostly located
on Belleville, a plantation bought by
Mr. John Harmon ami extensively
improved by his skill, his energy ami
bis superior farming experience.
These young men have proven
themselves to be most industrious
am! enterprising, and arc just the
kind of men to develop the resources
of a country.
The crops on Belleville are proba
bly the best that have ever been semi
on this place The vast fields td' co'
ton. extending almost :i> far as the
eye can reach, present a sight well
worthy of observation.
After getting over Belleville, wc
rode up to the .Met ord place, now
owned by ( apt. I'eterkin, of .Mail
boro, where we were handsomely re
freshed for the noon by the hospita
hie and courteous host.
After dinner we rode over this
place, which is planted in S?ll acres
of cotton, ami from ail indication
will average the handsome yield ol
?JOll lbs per acre.
('apt. I'eterkin, who is a man id
means and enterprise, is. withal, a
most practical farmer, bringing witb
him the ski!! ami economy of the
.Marlboro section, where the crops
are cultivated like a garden: ami he
is most handsomely backed by his
two soii>. James ami ( hallo, to
whose industry and attention much
of t he credit i- due.
(apt. I'clerk in has arranged a fish
pond which be has stocked with (lor
man carp, and has in contemplation
many other improvements to his
Wc next visited I he crops of Messrs
William and Keilt Haue where we
found other fields of luxuriant and
well fruited cotton equal to any wc
These two gentlemen always have
line crops and well ordered planta
tions, but their cotton this year pro
bably exceeds a Iivthing that was ever
grown on t hesc lands.
On the old Darby place young Mr.
Darby has a promising crop of cot
About this time the approaching
hour for the evening train warned us
to commence our return to the depot,
where, altera pleasanl dial with the
ever courteous agent and high toned
gentleman, ('ol. A. I). (Joodwyn, and
his affable assistant, Mr. Charles
Ctooihvyn, wc look our leave for
The improvements in this section,
lor t Im last ten years, iirealmosl in
credible. The influx of new inch
has given an impetus which is clearly
.showing itself, and the old fanners
arc not a whit behind in energy and
enterprise. Wc heard a gentleman
who has travelled all over the State
in search of planting lands, and one
who is capable of judging, say, thai
there is no better farming country in
1 he State t hftn the Fort Motte sect ion.
There are now several parties in the
neighborhood looking out for lands
with the view of settling. Kvery
w here around the evidence of thrift
( apt. I'eterkin is surrounding a
portion of his extensive domains
with a new board fence,
T1h> llrvans, who, l?y the way, have
linn t iops, ami the Clnffeys arc erect
ing new gin houses. In the town,
('apt. Legare, formerly of our Burg,
is doiug a line mercantile business,
having put up a new and commodious
Our visit was limited, am f there
were many points of interest that we
had not the time to see, hut we saw
enough to convince us that at no
distant day tiiis section will become
a garden spot in the State and South.
Wo feel satisfied that our people
are as good fanners as can be found
anywhere in the world. All they lack
is the secret of economy, by w hich,
time, labor and resources are :dl har
bored with that exactness and par
ticularity which characterises the
conduct of Northern and ICuropean
If the South continues to improve
as it lots since the war, there is no
predicting the degree of agricultural
excellence to which we may vet at
.1. (..'. I'ike is opening a large stock
of new goods.
Mrs. .lacolt lio/.ard will accept our
thanks for ;i mess of sweet potatoes.
Webster ami Ibdiver were the only
wdiile nun who tried to iutlamc the
colored people on Saturday.
We have hud some of the warmest
weather of the year during the past
Look toil for tin- advertisement of
Messrs. I). K. Smoak A- Co. in our
next issue, and don't you forget it !
Parson Webster, instead of saving
souls, is trying In get up a
war of races.
The Old Ornngeburg Missionary
l'nion meets today with Walnut
(irove Church, and the New l'nion
meets at I he same time with Antioeh.
The bot is the cheapest. liny
Shriner's Indian Vermifuge, as it is
guaranteed to destroy and expel
worms?the child's greatest enemy.
Mr. Win. M. Sain arrived home
last Saturday night from the North
west with lot nl extra line horses.
Now is the time to get a beast at a
(ieoige Hi diver certainly signalized
himself on Saturday, and if he has
any inure >o called Democratic hang
ers-oti" we hope their eyes are open.
11 is speech was an outrage and will
We are requested to stale l hat the
Trustees of ('attic ( reek Camp
ground will meet on .Monday August
:10th. for the transact ion of business.
"Observer" is invited to be present*
and select a tent place upon which to
We.regret to hear of the severe ill
ness of Mrs. Fehler, the estimable
wife of ( 'nl. Paul Fehler.
Since writing the above we learn
that the above lady is improving, and
we hope will soon be restored to
A car load of line horses arrived
lieri- on Saturday night from the
Northwest which was purchased es
pccially for ibis market by Kdward
F. Slater. This stock was carefully
-elected, and will be sold at moderate
"Mellichanip's School" opens Oil
Monthly September (ith. It is best as
far as possible, to enter pupils on the
lirst day. for the put pose of classifica
tion. Hoard can be obtained by ap
plication to the Principal at reason
Ilolivcr and Webster certainly
tried themselves on Sat unlay in alms
ing the w hite people ami the Demo
cratic patty. Fortunately, their
abuse don't hurt anybody, but if
I rouble come in I he coining com pa ion
it will be justly laid at t heir doors.
o mm i
See notice of Miss Kvans school
Which opens on September Gl lt. Miss
Kvans has been leaching a long time
in Oiangebttrg. and enjoys Die repu
tation of il good teacher. She hau
taken pains to keep up with the pro
fession, ami we feel no hesitancy in
commending her school to the public
The ( orner stone of the Methodist
Church in Branchvillc will belaid
on Wednesday September Nth
Speakers will be present, and a hot
dinner served for t he benefit of the
('htirclt. A line t ime will be had
generally, and, in consideration of tin
good cause, we hope there will be a
full turn out.
Henry K?hn, Ksq., who is now
North purchasing goods, will have a
lull fall stock of dry goods in
Orangcburgsoon. With Mr. Kohn's
taste and skill in selecting goods, we
recommend nil interested in the
clothing line to call early to get the
The Palmetto mills improved pre
pared self-rising Hour, for sale by II.
S. Kcnekcr, and for which Mr. (1. A.
Neu Her is traveling agent, is highly
recommended and has been tried with j
great satisfaction in our town
Knobcloch & Bros, the proprietors in
Charleston, can scarcely supply the
The Orangeburg District Confe
rence convenes in the Ornngohurg
Lutheran Church to-day. There will
be prent hing in thischurch lo-nighl
at 8 o'clock, by Hev. Win. Steuden
mire. On Sunday morning Uev. .1.
F. Probst is cx|)ccted to preach, after
which the Lord's Supper will be ad
ministered. Kvcryhody is invited to
Charles Forrest, who cut und
staldicd another man a few weeks
ago in our town, mention of which
was made in our columns, was ar
rested last week in Columbia by the
Sherilf of Iiichlnnd. I'pon notitiea.
lion of the fact to .Marshal Cannon
the Sherilf of Oraugebiirg sent up
and look charge of him. lie is now
in jail awaiting t rial.
See new advertisement of .1. I.
Sorontrue, in to-day's issue lie sells
strictly for cash, and his motto being
to make "quick cash sales at small
profits." it wi uhl he advantageous !?>
you to give him a call ami examine
his large ami well selected stoc!>,
w hich he oilers at 1 to 20 per cent
cheaper than the same goods could
he hotlgdll elsew here.
Asa result of the Undicnl meeting
on Saturday the following arrests
were made: Ooorge [Landlord, for
cursing ami riotous conduct and
drawing his pistol on by slanders
and on the marshal, was taken up
and lined at the .Mayor's Court $10.
Isaac Sal ley was taken up for drunk
eiiuess und disorderly conduct, and
lined $2.;"i0. (Jreell Brown, highly
colored, paid $2 for too much hihtri
ty. Ben .Johnson, what relation to
the author wc uid not ascertain, got
drunk and paid $2.."i<> for his folly.
The leet lire on "True Heroism" by
S. IL Mcllichamii was delivered on
Monday night in the rooms of the)
V; M. ( . A. The marked attention
of I he audience was a source of much
encouragement to the speaker who
desires to return his thanks for the I
creditable turn out. despite the ex
ccssivelv warm weather, and for the
ic-pectful hearing given.
The exercises were pleasantly in
terspersed with delightful music,
both vocal and instrumental by .Miss
Adele Buchanan and Captain M.
O lm ? '?
Wo call attention to the advertise
menl of O. II. Cornelsou Ksq., in
aiiotjier column, in which he calls for
fj()<!,()()(I pllllds of seed cotton at a
very fair price. Farmers will do well
to look into I his mat I er. Will it not
pay tin m much better to sell their
cotton in the seed, ami save the ex
pense and trouble of packing, ginning
Ac w hen t hev have such a favorable
oiler for it? Bead tin advertisement,
and then inquire. Wc are glad to
see this first practical step in the cot
ton factory which isdcstailied tobe
a blessing lo our I 'oiint v.
? Maaaap ? ? ? **uaw
FA lOt KHS' ItESOIil iTONS.
Whereas the merchants ol < hange
lung, or certain of them, patrons ol
F. W. Wagner A ( o? of ( hnrloston.
S. ('.. have threatened the latter with
discontinuance of patronage if said
linn persist in selling or advancing
to the fanners of this County: and
whereas, it is tin' indisputable right
of freemen, however humble, to trade
in whatever mart, and ?ith whatever
parties legitimate business interest
may indicate; therefore be it re o ved
by the fanners of M iddle Pen Town
ship, in mass meeting assembled,
1st. Thai wc enter oui soliimn pro
test against such a base and ignoble
combination, feeling certain that it
can only result in injury lotheorigi
nutors and supporters.
2nd. That wc regard such a
measure as the result of profound
ignorance, hacked by demagogues
and extortioners, who are a disgrace
to ci\ ilixation.
did. We pledge ourseives to with
hold our patronage I on the origina
tors and supporters of this disgrace
ful measure; ami we call upon all
fanners, ami every Grange in the
County, to aid us in our efforts to
make the pcrpctrutois oftliis sliauic
I'ul measure, feel what they so richly
4th. Thai copy of these preambles
umlresolutions he. published in Ihe
County papers, ami the "News and J
W. It. I'Alil.Klt.
W. S. ILlKTOX,
Samkkl F aikkv,
A. 1). Faiu,
Orangeburg, S. C.. Aug. 21, 1N,S0.
Fine beef, pork and mutton can
be had at Marion dueksoh's every
\Y hen in imi cl nl* a lamp of any
size .-iml quality, call on J. I. Soren
F r the next week all summer
goods will be sold at and below cost
at Henry Kolo.'s.
(icutlemcn's furnishing goods, imii
bracing linen collars, cutis, half]
host?, at d some of Ihe best quality of
untauudried shirts at 7"i cents and
#1 .2") at d. I. Sotcii! rue.
Large invoice of Sill I F.S ('LASS
\\ A \l K and CU( X K KKY in to day.
with orders to sell al once. < all and
receive bargains at ('. I >. Kortjohn's.
Also lot improved LA NT KILNS
wort Ii \ your at lent ion.
Corset's al 10, 00. 7.."i cents und $L
far helow ils real value and superior
iptality of ladies white seamless host?,
at .1. I. Soreiil rue.
The drug store where can get youi
money's worth is at Dr. .1. <i. Wan
nuuiukcr. Orangeburg t . IL. S. t .
We buy I he best, keep the be?st. and
sell it at low prices, hence, if you want
any thing in I he drug line, call and
see us, We keep n full line of hair
and tooth brushes, toilcl soaps, per
fumery, sponges, patent medicines:
make prescriptions a specialty : will
be found at our post, day or night.
Thousands n o u, why hesitate? J??v '
the World! Woman is free!?Anume the
maiiv discoveries looking In the happiness
ami amelioration of the human race, mnic
is entitled t<i higher consideration than l>r.
.1. f'.radr.ehl's F. tii.de Kcgulator, Woman.- I
11???t Kriciid " I?v it wumaii is einaneipal
ed front numberless ill- peculiar i<> her j
I '.i-I'm e its magic power al I i rre_?uhi i it ie - ??: :
the womb vanish, it ernes 'whites,' -up
pte--ion of the 'men.ves,' and rcinoves J
uterine obstructions. Ii rules ?-oiis ipatiou i
ami streiighcits the system, braci ? the j
nerves aiol pifrilics the hb.nd. Il never
fails, as thousands uf women will tetify. :
I'm- illield's Female /iVgulatnr, Wotlian's :
Ibsl Friend" i- prepared by Dr. .1. I trad
field, A11 int.i. t ia., price St.:'u per bottle. I
Sold by Dr. a. ('. Indus, and als., by l>v. '
.1. <i. Waimaiiiakcr.
Tiiom asvii.i.i:,<Jim 2**, 1ST7.
I have l ien selling IhndlichP.s Keliiale
Regulator for years, and it -lill continue.
pitpular?an evidence ?ifits being all claim- j
ill fori'.. 1 can recall instance* in which it
a Horded relief alter all the usual remedies
S. .1. PASS Kl.S, 1 >ri legist, i
Nciiialgiiu?tbi- is an internal remedy 1
Ihui never fails In cure Neuralgia and
Headache. 11 contain.- no tjuinine, opium, j
Morphine, t'hhirai ur Narcotic of an\ j
kind, ljuick and perfectly safe hi it- j
action. It commenils it-. It to the alllieted. ;
III'NT, Ii AX KI S A I.A.MA 11,
V liolcsale Agi ills, A ri. \ XT A.
Pin sale by |b. Al l'. bukis, and ill?o by j
Pr. ,1. W annaniaker.
July Hi tin !
Vijisbing In im t t the di maiuls of my
> mam eiist.crs who arc daily in
creasing, I have addul tu my already well
assorted slock of
/ (rockery Uttre of llie very best
\J ijitalily, and al -in h low prices thai
cim'l fail to give satisfaction lo the closest
(1 hiss W'ltro. Tumblers ami Coblels
K al oil : ml lid ci ni- pi r do/.i n. Si i up
pi ts 1.nit. i I'islus, Ac, all Him glass, War
fPin It are, from ti small two coin
I 1. plate Id a two giiibiti tollee Pol anil
lour gajloii Milk lln.u.ei with straiii r ed;ii
I billed, and so it far'below its real worlli
I)oJ IVIII'C?Oifiis p..,s and Spiders,
all -i/.i -, to in |(| ccul- in SI..*?u a
piece. ! call i? .ill lit.*i is mcessary in
convince yoti i t ? ,\<- above tacts.
Abo a largi -ii rl. of every grace of
CLOTH INC AND SIR)KS
jtl<t receive.I .it
?I. I. SOKKNTKFK.
r|N|n> lines! ami cheapest
1 l/upiors in Oi'iuigcburg, for sale at
\\ abaci' ? lliuiou's old .-land.
T'.^l ato Not i?.?<_?? -
All pi i-ons having claims ugain-t tin
Kstate of .Martha A tJritliu, deeoa-c I, ar<
required to render an account of their do
mtlllds, dllly attested to the undersigned.
HD W A H 1> (5 It IFF1N,
Administrator with Ihe will annexed.
Orangeburg, <_". 11., AligtUt Hth li>S'?.
I any lo ?t
Corrected every week l>y Messrs. Bui.L
FltinAY, Aug. -J7, 18S0. j
New Corn .
Fodder, per 100 l!>s. ?>"
Hough Kice.S 1 05
All person* having demands against the
Kstsitc of the latu Samuel K. Kickcnbncker,
will render an uceounl of them duly attest
ed lo, ami those indebted will make pay
ment Id, .Mrs. Kli/.abeili 8. ltickeiibnckcr,
Adndidstratri.\, <?r to.
MO KIT M KU (ILOYKK,
Attorney at Law.
August 18th 1880.
OFFK.'KOF COUNTY TOKASUKKR,
?i:.\N(ii:i:L*i?;. S. C, August I Ith IS80
N'H'kn- is hereby given dial I hy myself
ur Deputy will he al die following iiamcil
places oil the days speeilied'for the pur?
pose of eoHeeling Taxe* for die fiscal year
ciiiimieiieiiig November 1st 1*7!!.
(Mice hours from !> A. M., lo 2 V. M,
My iilliee al the Countv seat will he open
during the remainder of ilic time allowed
l.v die law for die ahove p'u pose. No ex
leii.-iuit of lime will lie asked for:
/.viglciVslore, Wcilnesd iy,Sept. 1">, 1880
Knolls' mill, ThHi's-lav, li>.
Lrwisvi le, Friday 17.'
Kort Motte. S ilurdav IS
W. F. /'hil lips', Mo?dav 20.
It. S. (He-ton's. Tuesday 21.
I'oonshoro. Wednesday 2*2.
W i k- Sawyer's, Thursday -'???
i'mI. I?. Livingston'* mills, Friday 21.
.lohn WiHinnison**, Saturday 25,
branch villc, Mmnlav 27.
.Andrew Myers', Tucdav 28,
?I l>. Smoke's mill, Wednesday '-'.?.
Connor's More. Tliur*dav SO.
Ay res' dmp, Fridav I M- l?l l&SO.
Kowesville, Salurda v
./. II. Felder'*, Monday 1.
S. 1*. Well?'. Tuesday ?">.
A vi tiger's, Wednesday <>.
W. .1, Snider'*. Tliur.?dav 7.
Dr. I ho-. K. KeKer**. Friday K.
("apt. Thos. Slaw-on'*, Si,.lunl:e. U.
Kn.-icl liu'w mill.-, Mouilav 11.
aug .''> oei 20
ORANGEBURG HIGH SCHOOL,
ROYS AX I) GIRI..S.
Hev. .1. 1'. KISi;i5, Principal.
Tliis S? hool will etiler upon its first Sc*
-i.i the second Moiidav in September,
TKKMS I'KIt MONTH .*
lir-t tirade, beginners.*..-?g on
Seeuitd I <iadu. < Irani ich* niipiki .?2 50
"fluni lir.ide. advanced Kngli*h.$?? Utl
Hebrew, Latin, Oreck and lieriilHii,
This Sein ul i- not *< clari in. No distinc
tion will be made on aecniltit of creed or
denomination; in other word-, dice shall
In; no interference widi the ?v/??//?<m pro
elivitie* of any our.
Tin- object .shall be die moral and Intel
lectual culture "f the pupils, who will he
prepared lor the ordinary einlies of life, or
!'i r anv Seminary, College or University.
No hoy. who persist* in heilig id'e. dis
orderly or \ieious. will he tolerated iii ihc
i hool. It -hall i e die aim of the teacher
!?> itteuleate die principle of aeliug from a
lii'.'li sense of duly rather than from the
imie obligation of antlior'ny. Put when
kind nduioiiitions combined with firmness
will not avail, severer measures will be
re orted to before expulsion.
I he number of scholar* will be limited
to (itcntij-jire. Person* desiring to send their
-.?a- er daughteis to such a nehool should
apply t>> the principal.
J. F. KISKK.
aug 20 if
In tiii: Common Pi.ias
l.ovick K. i>. Ilowmaii vs F. IL W. Krigg
manu and Laura M. .Iciiliey.
I'.y virtue of the decree of foreclu*ure in
lint above entitled action, I will sell at
Oraiigeburg, ('. II., on Monday, September
Ulli, ISHi, within the legal hour*, al the
risk ol ihc former pureliascrs, w ho have
failed lo comply with I heir respective hid*,
lite following lot* of laud, situate and being
in die County and Town of Oraiigeburg.
consisting of Lots No. 1 and No. 2 :
bol No 1. All that lot of land in the'
Town of Drnngeburg with the improve
ments i bei eon. fronting on Kussel I street,
measuring iv euly-iiiue feel and six inches
? a from, in rear, tweiily-eighl feel and six
inches, and in depth two h uulrcd and
iweii'y-live feet, more or less; boiindsd
Noilli Iv'-l by .1. F. Adden's lot, South tinsl
hy Uusscll -'lreel. Soutli West by lot of II.
Adih-li, and South West by the next or lot
No. 2 All that hu in-aid Town with
the l.uihlings ihereoii, situate on Auiolia
-in 11, nn a.-uring on ?i? I -treet one hundred
and ft fly feel, ill deplli two hundred and
lliiity fed, nm:i or le**; buiuided North
West by Amelia -licet, North Kii*t hy
lands .-I .1. Siran-" A* Co.. Soulh Ka?*l bv
1 mil id I. F. Addcn, iol No. I, II. Addeii
and oilier-, ami South West liv lands of M.
II. I ri.id well and I). I .oui*.
Term* Oiie-f?nrth cadi, and lite bal
ance oil a ercd t ul olle, two and three years,
secured by hoiul and mortgage of the prcuii
?cs with interest from I he day of sale. The
buildings to he insured and the policies
assigned to the Ma-ter by the purchaser;
and .n case any pui'eha-er -hall fail to com
ply with tin terms of sale, then the Maater
-h ill -i !1 the premise* purchased by -aid
defaulting purchaser mi the *amu or the
next succeeding salediiy, til such former
purchaser's ri.-k, on the same terms of sale.
I'lircliascis to pay for paper- and record
Piaster's Olliec I THOS. W. Ci LOY KU,
Aug '.i, 1880. i Mailer.
I^OIt at Cool Did ok of'C'rub
Apple Cider, go to Wallace Cannon'*
SHAVING AND HAIR DRESSING
hone in ihc most approved sty le by J . II.
MATTH KWS, an Experienced Harber, on
Market Street, in rear yf the 1'otftOl^CO,
For Boys and Girls.
The NINTH Anuuul Session of ?Iii*
St'JiooL will commence <?n MONDAY
S KPT KM UK II Oth, al n School llouno
ar the residence (jf the Pricipal, about
UK) yards North West of the school hotiso
taught in during the last session, with equal
accommodations, and having the advant
age of separate rooms for keepi ng the Boys
ami (iii Is strictly apart.
The object of litis institution Is to pre
pare Hoys for College, Girls' for the Seiui
uarv, and both, for the pra deal Julies of
A careful training of the mind anil heart
of the pupil is promised, ami the strictest
attention will lie paid to discipline which is
absolutely essential to the well being of
Wiib many thanks for the liberal patron
age of the past, the principal hopes to merit
a continuance of the same in (he future.
THUMB pun month:
Intermediate Course. $"?? Oil
Advanced I'oursc.$2 ?'?'I*
Latin and tircek, each extra. oO
Jitific, i>? i (jiinrUr.$8 U'J
STILKS K. MKLLK'H AVP,
FLOUKNCE L. MELLICH AMP,
('aliens al si\ and H (punter cents-,
('aliens nl six and a quarter cents,
('aliens at six and a quarter cents.
( "aliens at si\ add a quarter cents.
Calicos at six and a quarter eonts.
New an Fashionable
received every week.
Linen Suits. Linen Ulsters and Cir
eulas, white Lawn Basques,
neatlv trimmed from
.$1 '*J? up.
Of Kmbroideries, Laces. Ribbons,
Cloves, Parasols. Kneitings,
Neck 'Pies in all the late
Styles and Very
Particular attention to our immense
Latest Novelties being constantly
Selling fas and cheap.
We have the Finest, Host and Lowest
Priced Clothing, Shirts. Hats
Shoes and Gentlemen's Neck W.urr
Don't you forget to call at
Her* ii? Iiis friend* tuid flie
public, at the store recently uccupiedt
J. W. MOSELEY,
A full St.., k of (ieneral
A call solicited mid satisfaction guaran
W ill be made a specialty.
W. B. THOMPSON.
jane 4 1880 ly
NEVER FAILS TO
OK LI VJjiil CC It K For all diseases of
the liver, skin, bowels, stomach, and kid -
nevs, it has no equal. It is daily use by
thousands, all over lUecountry, who volun
tarily tcs'ify to iu merits. ? It is entire ly
vegetable, perfectly harmless, and can be
taken by pcr.-ons of all agi?. Try it once,
and you will not reirrct it.
Sample bottles and paekagc/l'Vccnts.
Large bottles, Si; large packagC,/)0 cents.
Snlc Proprietors, Charleston, S. v'.
For sale bv JDr.J. U. Wanmunakcr, and
alsohv Dr A 0 Dukes.
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