ENTERPRISE AND APPEAL,
W. H. COOPER.
J.W. STANFORD, i
CUT II BE in. GA.
Tliarsdiv Mcirulne, An;, is. 1KH4.
Mr. I. A. MARTI!? Ik oar A pent
at Buford, and i« fully authorized to
Wffire mid reeeipt for all none;
National Democratic Ticket.
Of New York.
Hon. T. A. Hendricks,
nON. HENRY D. McDANIEL.
For Secretary of State,
IIOX. X. C. BARNETT.
For Comptroller General,
IION. W. A. WRIGIIT.
HON. ROBT. U. HARDEMAN.
For Attorney General,
IIOX. CLIFFORD AXDERSOX.
The Convention to nominate a
candidate for Senator from the
13th Senatorial District, will meet
in Cu'thbcrt, at 10, A. SI., on Wed
nesday, the 10! h day of Scptem
her, as agreed on l*y the Chair
man of the Democratic Executive
H. A. CRITTEXDEX,
Cli. Dem. Ex. Com. It. C.
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Heavy frosts occurred in vari
oils parts of Xew Hampshire and
Vermont this week.
The cholera is becoming more
general in Europe. Several cities
ill Italy have it. and it lias a start
also on tiiu island of Corsica.
Three children saved from a lior
riblc death by twenty five cents'
worth of Slirincr’s Indian Vermi
Tlie Democrats have united
witli anti prohibitionist Republi
cans of Kansas, and arc going to
make the canvass on that issue.
Physicians recommend Smith's
Bile Ben ns. and say that they are
tlie most efficacious liver regulator
they have used. For sale by J.
W. Stax ford.
Our exchanges from nearly ev
ery section tell of rust on cotton.
Well, it is best not to make too
The Sibley cotton mills in Au
gusta took tire last Friday, and
before the flames could lie sub
dued sulfered a loss of $30,000.
The Jackson Xcws lias beer?
sued for $10,000 damages, but i!
declares that it is not at all stuclt
up about it.
Swift’s Specific (S. S. S.) lias
cured me of a long standing case
of Eczema, which has resisted all
sorts of treatment.
Rev. W. J. Robinson.
X. Ga. Conference.
Ninety thousand dollars have
been divided out among tlie
James’ Bank creditors, avd money
is easier m Atlanta.
War between France and China
is imminent. It is thought that
perhaps Germany is. hacking Chi
na in her refusal to pay France
the required indemnity.
Atlanta commenced the search
for artesian water last week. If
the effort is successful the city
will be dotted all over with arte
Mr. Henry L. Long, of Lee coun
ty, lias been nominated for the
State Senate from the lOtli Dis
trict. embracing Lee, Dougherty
and Worth counties.
The Mj »f CitisMM.
We boast of a great country,
and our free institutions. Hen
every man, unless convicted i
crime, is a voter. Every man is a
factor in the government. For
the failure or success of all our
affairs, therefore each individual
is in a measure responsible. If
good men are in office, and their
administration is helpful to flic
people, each man may congratu
late himself upon the fact that lie
had a part in the matter—he vo
ted for them. If bad men curse
the land by their counsels, each
individual ought to feci that he is
personally res|K>nsible for such a
state of affairs—unless he both
voted and used all his influence
Wc are soon to have a numlier
of important elections. Offices are
to be filled from the county Rep
resentative up to the Presidency
of the I’nited States. For every
position the very best men possi
hie ought to be selected. Good
men ought to attend the prima
ries, and all the conventions, and
use their influence in favor of good
men for these offices. It very fre
quently occurs that a very objec
tionable man get3 into office by
bis own push and |iersistencr, and
good men do not care to oppose
him. All this is wrong. The
good citizens of a town, county or
State have it in their power to de
feat all such men, and arc dire
lict to their duly if they fail to do
Many, after all, are not careful
of their votes as they ought to be.
The privilege of voting is a very
great one, but it carries with it
many rcs|x>nsibiliUes, and these
ought always to bo considered.—
We think no-man is entitled to the
suffrage of liis fellow citizens un
less lie IS I'EtlSOSALLT 1*1're. We
do not stop to discuss the views
held lay some, but to express our
own. Wc would not ask what lie
lias done for his party—but is lie
an honest man—does lie pay bis
debts—at the rate ot 100 cents on
the dollar—is lie a man of integ
ritv—a man of truth—does he
live right—right in his family—
right in his domestic relations—
right in iiis business relations—
right everywhere? Is he a man
whose influence, socially and otii
erwise, is good? Is lie, by reason
of Iiis own private character, able
to elevate the standard by which
men estimate right and wrong? If
so, good citizens can safely vote
for him—otherwise they contrib
ute by their vote to demoralize
and debauch public sentiment by
voting for men who do not possess
these essential qualifications.
Others can do as they please,
hut for ourselves wc pnqiose to
help into office by our vote, only
such men as approve themselves
j to iis by tlie possession of a sound
| moral character.
The next Legislature of Geor
gia which convenes in Atlanta
next November will electa L’nited
States Senator to succeed Senator
Brown, whose term of office ex
pires on tlie 4th of March 1885.
Senator Brown will be a candi
date for re election, and there can '
■e-Vnlon of the (IkSeorfia.
Many of the surviving members
if this famous old regiment met
n Macon last week, and had a
pleasant time. Tlie meeting wae
one of great interest, especially
because of the return of a flag
captured by the 56th X. Y. Rcgi
ment, at the battle of Coosahatcli-
ic. We wish we could copy the
entire account of the meeting, hut
the following condensed account
we take from the Constitution. A
full and interesting account is
given in the Telegraph of the 22<i
Scaled on tlie stage were Cap
tain J- S. King, Judge Xlies, Cap
tain Kiddoo. Secretary Hightow
er, Chaplain Lester, Captain Pot
tie, Captain Fulton, Msj. Ainsley.
Colonel Thomas Burney, Major
D. B Jones, and Colonel Geo. W.
Burr. On motion of Captain Pol
tie Major D. H. Ainsley was
called to the chair, ami Captain
H. H. Hightower made secretary.
Prayer was then offered by the
chaplain, Rev. R. B. Lester. Col
onel Thomas J. Burney then in
troduced Congressman Harde
man, who delivered the address of
welcome, which was most pleasing
to the survivors, and l.e was a; -
platidcd throughout. He was re
plied to by Captain E. II. Pottle.
Captain L. C. Young, of the Fifty-
sixth Xew York regiment was in
troduced. As be stepped forward
lie was received with cheers. In his
hands lie held a package of brown
pa|ier containing the flag of the
regiment captured by his com
He made a profound impression
on iiis hearers. He pictured the
battle of the Olh of November, ’64,
at FortCoosaliatehie, in such real
istic colors that there was a com
motion among the listeners often.
He told how the two opposing
commands met, of the gallant
charges. He pictured the bril
liant charge of the Fifth Georgia
as it drove Iiis regiment through
the famous scdgefield, of the com
pany’s strategic movement over
topping their left.
HOW THE FI.AO WAS CAFTITRED.
At this moment the flag wo.
captured. The color sergeant
wared the flig h'gli above Iiis
head, and the men rallied about
it. He was shot down, followed
by five others, still the colors
would lie tossed up, never hating
been allowed to trail the dust
Its heroic defense elicited tin
highest admiration of the con
quering foe. It was the pride ot
the regiment to capture it. As
ihe last man who held it fell, il
sank to rise no more until present
ed to day to its gallant defenders.
It had liecn the desire of the com
inand to return the colors, and to
day it gives them pleasure to do
As lie said ibis he unrolled tin-
package and the flag was dis
played. He was filled with emo
tion and eould hardly give litter
anee to Iiis thoughts. When the
flag was unfolded and the inscrip
lion caught the men who had foi
lowed it so often, there arose
THE RKKEI. TEEL
that lasted several seconds. The
scene was one seldom witnessed.
Men and women shed tears of
emotion that could only lie brought
forth on occasions like tlii-r. When
the s|)eaker finished be was eon
gratulated on all sides for his man
ly address and sympathetic ac
tions. Captain John F. Kiddoo
then took it and in a brief speech
received it in behalf of the regi
The following was the election
President—Major D II. Ains-
lcy. Vice Presidents: Captain
EicrjthingoB Wbeels|JOHI IL RESDINB & CO,
* | WAREHOUSE AND
be no doubt but that the General George A. Adams, company A.;
Assembly will endorse him. We Ca l'* ai " S - "/ CPm l»»
, t.„—• , nv B.; Captain Michcal Donation,
hope, howexer, that this endorse ,-ompany C ; Captain E. H. Pot’
ment will be the unanimous voice I tie, company I).; Captain John
of our Legislature. i A. Fulton, company E.; Captain
If there ever has been a Sena-j * ,olin F. Kiddoo, company F.;
WE want to see all of our friends from this and the surrounding
counties, at our ^
On Foster's Corner. Wc will stable their Horses on their first visit
for nothing, as wc want our friends to see how
Wc mean ‘'Business,” and will treat you right.
^il^Oiir City Friends, who want a nice, nobhy Turnout, can find
it here. No broken down Horses, and no old rusty Bugav ottered for
hire. Our Horses are fleet and spirited, and our Busbies new and
bright. RIDIjWAY & PEARCE.
ss I WHipst!
I will have one of the Largest and one of the Clien|>est Stocks ol
Harness and Whips ever seen in this country. I shall keep all the
Grades. Those who want a real Fine Set, can find it at my stand,
and those who want a Set for a little money, can find it at the same
place. My Harness is kept at the old Alhambra Building, now occu
pied by the new and popular store of Mr. J. L. Sai-xuers.
Do you want a nice Buggy, in which to give your wile or your lady
love a comfortable ride? I keep
That Sort of a Buggy.
Mine arc new and stylish, and of all kinds—high enough for the rich,
and cheap enough for the man of moderate means. I will sell you a
Buggy as cheap as anybody, and don’t you forget it.
Jump Into the Wagon, and We’ll All
Take a Ride.
1 keep Wagons—One Horse, Two Horse, Four Horse, or any other
»ize required. These Wagons are of
TIIE BEST MAKE,
and will commend themselves to the people by their excellencies, and
their moderate cost.
All I ask is a trial. I know I can do as good a part by the publii
as nnv other man. Come and see me.
a,, ^ r28 E- B RIDCWAY*
R. II. Wliitely, the radical seal
awag who lived to misrepresent
this district in Congress. lias been
heard from lately in .a way that
brings no surprise to many who
knew him here. Mrs. Wliitely.
sus|>ccting that something was
wrong, followed him one evening
in a walk with a woman of ill-re
pute. In Iiis anger Wliitely knock
ed his wife down. Mrs. Wliitely
sued for, ami obtained a divorce,
and a few hours after the misera
ble villain was married to the base
woman for whom he had left tin-
presence of a pure, good woman.
Bagging and Ties,
a Rubber Belting,
Quitman County Department.
W. A. JORDAN.
A good rain is needed.
The river is so low it is hardly
navigable to Columbus.
Dr. J. W. Mercer left Monday
for Xew Holland Springs.
The literal translation of’Coun
tryman’ is ‘A Native of the North
We understand that Messrs.
Jones & I’ost have dissolved co
partnership, and that Mr. l’ost
is the proprietor of the ‘-Echo.”
We wish him success in iiis un
Cotton is opening rapidly, and
in a fi w more days the staple will
begin to roll in, and trade will
brighten, anil the gloomy anil
restless merchants will begin to
wear a pleasing countenance.
Mr. D. M. Davidson is erecti ng
a new store on the east side of
Main street. It will add greatly to
that side of the street.
Mr. John Speight, of Ft. Gaines,
was in town Monday, visiting
1‘rof E. A. Iveose’s family.
The merchants are buying their
fall stock, and say they are going
to sell goods cheap. Convince
the farmer of the fact-, and you
will get his trad?. There is no
better cotton market in S. W. Ga.,
than Georgetown. Buy tlie far
mers cotton, give him the top ol
the market, sell him goods cheap,
turn over your money at a small
|>er cent., and often, and every
thing will lie as happy as a mar
tor entitled to the unanimous :.p j Lic,,t “ C. B. Hudson, emu
provn 1 of both Legislature an ',| G.; Captain L- M. Burras,
people Joseph E. Brown is that con,1>an ' U < / M‘ laln G. k'"g,
man. The day on which he took ' co,n l ,an y X.; C aptam G. \\. Burr, j
his scat upon' the floor of the | sc< ^'' a ^' an, ‘ lr f aS '", cr -
greatest deliberative body in the
ALLISON & SIMPSON S.
Griffin was selected as the next
saw him assume the posi fi!,** , of thc sc « ,ni1
tion of leading Southern Senator ! il '" r * ,a : v A "S" 8t next year. A
ami not many months bail rolled I '°. tc thanks was te |1( forc'i
by ere lie was considered the fore- i lal " * " lln =’ 1 ie 0 **th ^ 01 *'
most statesman in that aiooist : lc e' n,cn, ./ or the return of the flag .
bodv, without reference to sec 1 lo tl,L ‘ re S ,n,cnt ’ an,i an invitation
tions or boundary lines. j was extended lc to be present at
Joseph E. Brown has grandly 1 ,c m Xt reunion.
illustrated Georgia in the nation
al councils, lie has reflected
honor and credit upon the Aineri
can |<coplc; and has come to be
regarded as one of the ablest and
safest statesman in the world.
Tlie Democrat is proud of this
great Georgian. His |rresenee
in thc Senate reminds us of the
by gone days when intellectual
giants held sway in the body—ol
the days of Clay, Calhoun and
Webster and their great confreres.
l T |mn every important question
before the Senate Governor Brown
entered the debate the Iiest equip
|>ed man lumn the floor; and
whenever antagonized lie never
failed to bring down Iiis antagon
ist whether he hailed 1mm Massa
clmsctts, the land o( “isms.” or
from the plains of “bleeding"
Kansas. Upon all subjects,
whether moral, soeial or political.
Governor Brown has shown awid
er range of information and a
stronger grasp of mind than any
other Senator. These arc cold
facts that cannot lie niblicd out,
and, hence, the Georgia Legisla
ture could not do a wiser nor
more graceful act than to re-elect
Joseph E. Brown lo the United
States Senate by a unanimous
Rev. A. B. Lawrence, pastor Second
Presbyterian church, Winston, North
Carolina, writes, he thinks it Iiis duty
to stule. thnt having suffered several
years witli inflammatory rheumatism,
and having tried in vain all other
remedies, lie was induced to try St.
Jacobs Oil, Hie marvelous pain-cure,
which after continued use, cured him
Jackson county went for prohi
bition last week by 500 majority.
AOer thanking the eitizens for
their kind hospitality the meet
ing adjourned until 4 p. m., at
which time carriages were sccur
Citation for Sale.
S TATE OF GEOKOIA.
To Alt Whom it may Concern:
Willis 1*. Jenkins, administrator of S.
M. Ihikc deceased, lias in due form ap
plied I)* the undersigned for leave to
sell tlie lands and \iersnnal property Is--
longing to tlie estate of said defeased,
and said application will l»c heard on
the Ist Monday in Octolicr. tssl.
M. t.oRMLKY. < irdinarv.
Aug., Sitli. 1SSJ.—ang 2X id.
Buggy & Wagon Har
i l imci:i:t. ga.
Opens Its Nest Annual Session
Srptrmher 17, 1884.
O Nhnf the fir.-t College* for vounjr
ladies in the South. Course of
study ostial t«* any in the State. Faculty
c«i"f*o>ed of thoroughly trained grnfle
nun and ladies. Building* and sur
roundings lieatififtil. < liniate and home
comforts ;i|| that can he desired. Our
work is thorough in all tlie department*
\\ e a |>| tea I to Patrons and Pupils for en
Besides the regular College course we
have wcil^ organized department* in
tterinan, 1 re null, V»x-al and Instrumen
tal Music and Art.^ Nocxtra charges for
instruction in Calisthenics, Class Sinr-
fng and IVnmamdiip.
Terms among the best, considering
the advantages afforded. Board $l!» iwr
month, washing not included. For Cat
alogue or other information, write to the
K*y. HOW A KB wr. KEY, A. M.
(Eransb or tie Diirersitr of Georg;?,)
CVTHBERT, - - GA
etl ami the company rode over tlie j
For 110 Bays trill Offer
— » i | Must be Sold. Call on
Fraudulent tax return is tlie) Us Before You But/.
ALLISON & SIMPSON.
BENJ. T. HUNITER, A. M, President
rule not the cxcepti jn in Georgia, j
People do not seem to think that |
it is perjury to give in their prop-!
erty at one-third or one half its 1
real value, and go on making:
these fraudulent returns from ‘
year to year, thus adding a bur j
den to the honest tax payers of
tlie State. Were honest returns |
made Georgia would rank as one
of thc wealthiest States in tlie
Union, and her |ieople would have
the satisfaction of knowing that
all were bearing an equal share in
the support of tlie Slate govern
ment. Tlie next Legislature
should take this matter in hand
and adopt some method that
would equalize taxation.—Albany
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Mr. T. W. Atkins,Girard, Kan.,
writes: “I never hesitate to re
commend your Electric Hitters to
my customers, they give entire
satisfaction and are rapid sellers.”
Electric Bitters are tlie purest and
best modieine known and will
jmsitivcly cure Kidney and Liver
complaints. Purify the blood
ami regulate thc 'bowels. No
tainily can afford to lie without
them. They will save hundreds
of dollars in doctor's hills every
year. Sold at fifty cents a bottle
by J. W. Staxford.
Pryor’s Pile Ointment
Will positively cure IIEMOBKHOID’S
or PILES, of any form, or in any stage!
For this annoying trouble it lias been in
popular use for many years, ami is very
favorably known as a*Specific Cure, ft
is also tin; very !*est remedy known for
Sore Nipples. Felons, Corns. Ul«l S»res,
Scald Head, Tetter, Fleers and kindred
From Montgomery, Ala , a gentleman
writes: “1 had lieen sorely afflicted with
IMlcs for ten years, and obtained imme
diate relief ami a i»eriiiancnt cure l*y us
ing Pryor’* Ointment.”
A gentleman writes from Cusseta.
Ala.: "1 used Pr.or’s Ointment in an
aggravated ease o’f Piles of eight years
standing, and in an incredibly short
time it made a complete cure.”
.Sent by mail on receipt of the price -
•Vh\ a l»ox.
Sold by Druggists and Dealers every
Prepared only by the s*-lo Proprietor.
108 S. Pryor St., Atlanta, Oa.
Quick and Easy Cbild Birth
Thousands of women over the land
testify to the wonderful effects of this
great remedy; it will not only shorten
labor and lessen the intensity of pain
and suffering beyond expression, hut
better than all. it thereby greatly dimin
ishes the danger to life of both mother
and child. This great - boon to suffering
woman is Holmes’ Liniment, or Mother's
Friend. Prepared and sold hy J. Rrap-
FIF.LP. Atlanta. Ga. Sold hy all Drug
gist*. Price fLart |>er bottle. Sent by
Express on receipt of price.
C 'lORPS of Teachers full. Tlie Fall
J Session ojtens on the First Monday
in SeptemlxT. The appropriation to the
1 ollcge of ha* !*een restored, thus
enabling the Trustees to put the Inciden-
t.*.! Fee at
so CHARGES FOR TUITION.
Board can he had at prices ranging
from |10 to $12 jx*r niontti. Catalogue*
giving full and definite information sent
on application to tlie President.
July 10-1 v.
On The Road!
tv•****”**'*”■ Our Immense Full and Winter Stock ot
Store Their Cotton "With Us.
Our long experience in the business enables us to
guarantee satisfaction, ami we promise to save you
money if you will let us liamllc ami sell your Cotton.
All we ask is a trial, ami you will beeonvineetl of this
fact. Before selling your Cotton be* sure to call on us
ami i*>i*t yourself as to prices.
Celebrated Pratt Gin,
which is the best Gin made. We sold over twenty-five
hundred dollars worth of these Gins last season, and we
take pleasure in referring you to any of our numerous
If you want a
or any kind of Machinery, call and see us and get the
most favorable p' ices and terms.
Thanking you tor a liberal patronage in the past, we
J. M. REDDING & CO.
July 31 3m.
Fancy & Staple
Shoes and Hats,
Hardware and Groceries.
BOOH! BOOH! BOOH!
Come to the Brick Warehouse
An<l see tlie fine array of CIN8 I have on exhibition. I will show
Which is noted for good work and cheapness.
Which is warranted not to choke under any circumstances when fed
with dry cotton.
Which is rat proof, (lust j roof, and proof against giving you troubli
when you want work.
Which stands in the front rank witli any, and has thc advantage ol
being made near home.
THE NANCE COTTON PRESS,
Ami a Crain and. Cotton Seed Crusher <»adehv
the B-irlmiir Machine Work*, fcufaiiht, Alabama, i.«mi winch place!
can furnish you at short notice,
Pulleys, Castings, and Shaftings.
Call and see me, and don’t forgot that I shall lie better prepared to
serve you in the
COTTON J3UST>s t<JSS
the coming season titan ever before.
and other extra pieces of Furniture in
These goods will, and
must be sold eh»ap for
You are respectfully invit
ed to examine our goods.
j. m iavv
B. W. ELLIS.
July 24. 3ni.
163 BROAD ST.
W Ek«N»p constantly <m hand the fol
low ing Blood Purifiers, and other
popular Patent Medicines of the day :
Brown's Iron Bitters.
Toombs* Iron Ritters.
Toombs' Creek Indian Keinedy.
Warner’s Safe Kidtiev and Liver t'ure.
Brad field's Female Regulator.
Dronigoole’s Female Regulator.
Mrs. Pinkliatn's Vegetable Comjmmini.
Wizard < HI.
S- 9*. *.
K . R.R.
Taylor’* Sweet Gum and Mullein.
Cough, Cold and Lung Remedies of
every kind. Liniments and Pills of all
kinds. Spices and Flavoring Extract*.
: In fact we keep in stock every Patent
Medieine you can t all for.
Our drug stock
J Iscomidetc, and you can find what you
want. »*v calling to see ti*.
juIy.H-ct J. P TOOMBS A BRO.
50 OUSCES QtTXJXE,
100 OUNCES CISCHOStMA,
O X OUNCES MORPHINE,
et J. r. TOOMBS ft BBO.’S.
NEW GRIST HILL
I AM NOW BETTER PREPARED
than ever for ginning cotton. My
whole outfit is entirely new. My Gin is
new. and I stand ready to turn out a hale
of cotton every 40 minute*. 1 will also
run a Grist Mill, and parties can bring
tlicir corn any day. I-ocatiou AW yards
to the North of my Dwelling. 'Grist
Mill will be ready in altout 3 week*.
„ J. T. JAY.
\\ arris. Ga.. Aug. 7. IR*4. 1 m.
Genuine Lard Oil,
Q.KXVIXE MACHINE OIL.
Genuine Engine Oik.
Genuine 130 Degree* Kerosene Oil,
Cheap. Cheaper. Cheapen!, at
et J. p. TOOMBS A BRO.’8.
—Taylor's Premium Cologae
for sale at J. W. Stawfowd’s.
—Fishing Tackle, in great va
riety at J. W. SiAxroRb's.
Physicians, and at! of My
Frtenil*,cau find Me in My Boom
in Kenr of Drug Store, Prepared
to Fill Prescription* at Might.
jy3l-ct R. >1 TOOMBS, Jk.
Lamps for the Millions,
ct J. r. TOOMBS A BRO. S.
FRESH TURNIP SEEDS,
Of All Kinds, at
ct J. P. TOOMBS A BRO. S.
TO THE LADIES!
W E invite your special attention to
our splendid line of
Perfumery, Colognes, Extracts, Toi
let Powders, Cosmetics,
AND FANCY GOODS GENERALLY.
We offer you the Best G«>od*. or none.
Our Stock is Select and Complete,
et J. P. TfHlMRS A BRO.
D A Meehan
lAlIjIi 10 leal Devices, Com
pound*. Designs and I-ahels. All pre-
(imiunry examination* a* to patentabili
ty of invention*. free. Our “Guide for
Obtaining Patents” is sent free every
LOt* IS BAGGER A CO.,
.Solicitors of Patents,
KduWidipJ 18fH. Waskisgtok, D. i ’.
A. QUICK AXI) SURE CURE FOR
WEEDEN & DENT’S HEADACHE MEDICINE.
Ever}’ family needs this remedy,
would not be without it
People who have used it
For Fifty Times the Cost of it.
It Speedily Cores Sick, or Nervous, or aiy other kind of
If the complaint is caused by Indigestion, this remedy will
in less than an hour, make the stomach behave itself and go on
with its business, thereby curing the Headache. If thc
Headache is caused by excitement, or Nervous Weakness, or
Neural gin, this remedy will
Cure it in a Half Hour.
It does not Constipate or cause any other bad symptoms.
It Leaves the System in Splendid Condition.
We are the only makers of this remedy. Trial bottles 25
cents; also put up in 50 cents and 81.00 bottles.
WHOLESALE IDIRATG-O-ISTS, IETJ.E\A.T7Ij-A., ALA.
april 10 6m Fur sale by J. IV. STAXFORD, Culkbert, Ga.