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Damning Sin And Treac hery
(Continued froni 1st page.)
the Mine time rob the poor, strug
gling bond , millionairet Let them,
at the came time, tthow why they
favor the enrichment of the
OLD MISs OWNER,
but so bitterly oppose that of the
silver mine owner? I)onbtlenn Wil
ton aol Gorman could tell us, be
cause they and their Democratic
confreres have given the raw mate
rial, the product of labor, to the
robber barons of manufacture at the
lowest prices ever known, while giv
ing to these same law-created mil
lionaires such ample protection that
every hurtling shaft of competition
falls harmless from their impenetra
ble armor. Doubtless that model
Democrat, the Chief Justice of the
United States, conld tell us, who de
parted so far from the cautious lan
guage of judicial opinion to lecture
the anarchitts of America upon
their (Trowing hatred of men of
wealth, because tbt-ne anarchists
naturally desired that these law
created kings of wealth xhould bear
equally with the toiling maHHs the
burdens of our present
ENOKMOCH AND CNKgL'Af. TAXATION.
Again : They say that free coin
age will open the uluioe gates and
flood this country with European
silver, hredless of th fao.t that in
every European country an ounce of
silver will bay more gold than it will
in tne united rttates. liut what man
of reason wonld object to the floodt
Who would not rejoice if these with
ered streams and shrunken rivers of
trade and finance (lowed again as
full and frte as the boundintr ocean
tides? Whv. the raw monT of the
. r j
Confederacy was a better medium of
exchange than this accursed stand
ard of gold. There was no hoarding
then; there was no wretchedness or
want, which money could relieve. I
saw men during the war wearing five
hundred dollar French calf boots,
who to-ilay are
WEAK I NO TIIK C'OAR.VKHT HKOOANN,
the raw hide in which, it is plain to
be seen, is duty free. How this land
aroMH in '(." from the ruin and trin
ashes of war through the beneficent
agency or a volume of money,
sound, cheap and abundant, and
fully suflicient for all business ne
cesBities. No gold, and but little
silver, but a
LEOAL TKNIfER TREASURY NOTE,
for the redemption of which every
dollar of the inconceivable wealth
of this great country was pledged,
and behind which were the gleam
ing bayonets of millions of fearless
soldiers, no hoarding then in treas
ury vaults or coffeis of banks of
great citiet: a readv market for
every product of the soil at paying
price; lucrative and steady employ
mentTor every worker in shop or
field or mine. No false and lying
cry oi tarilt reform affronted the
wandering and pitying angels of the
air. No cry of overproduction, be
neath whose Upas tree millions sat,
FuEADINO FOR WORK, BEOOINO FOR
repulsive in ratrs! No children nre.
sed their naked and bleeding feet
upon tne irozen bosom of the pity
ing earth that the despotism of gold
migni De established in sight of Val
leyronrt-r Away with the fear of
the silver flood! Let it come a
mighty, roaring, resistless deluge
mai win sweep away forever the
false sophistries of these selfish doc
trinaires. But Carlisle says the wage-earner
wants a sound dollar of nndimSn.
ished purchasing power. So he may.
oui ne nardiy wants one so sound or
so large that he will starve while
waiting to earn it. Do these feather
brain Solons never realize that their
labor has not fallen in DroDortion to
its products? That the farmers, who
A VAST ARMY OF THEM
have done so at an actual loss, hop
ing always for a change that has
never come? That the time is now
here when these laborers will have
to accept gold prices for their work
or else lose employment and home
and drift upon the town as naturally
as the tides flow to the sea? Have
the towns employment for them?
Hare they bread to give them or
houses to shelter them? It requires
no spirit of prophecy to eoDjure up
the appalling.ruin, which will then
CONFRONT A HOPELESS LAND!
the farm over-grown with weeds,
where the harvest waved in glitter
ing glory: the town over-run with
hungry hordes demanding bread:
war and famine and pestilence unit
ing their dread and awful forces
wit', the destruction of one-half the
woild's supply of metallic money,
for what? In the name of God I
ask for what, save that the few may
OWN AND CONTROL THE EARTH.
Let Carlisle ask the gaunt and
shivering thousands who stood in
line, in the great cities, in the dis
mal winter of '93, stalwart men
ashamed to beg, women crazed with
want, children ciying with hanger,
if they want this impossible dollar
and they would spurn him with
scorn: let him ask the million tramps,
who are vainly seeking employment
in every nook of this vast land, who
are without home and hope and
they would curse his name with
eternal infamy. No! the American
laborer is too intelligent to shackle
himself with the bonds of this insati
ate monster and despite the canning
of these selfish pleaders,
HI WILL ARISE IN '96
panoplied with a freeman's glorious
power, the chains of political bond
age snapped forever, bearing his in
cense no longer to the vile altars of
party but to the sacred shrines of
HOME AND COUNTRY AND OOD!
Overproduction do they say! Do
they wonder at it when the agricul
tural products of every silver using
country sell for nearly twice as much
as those of oar own? swerft nnwirr)
upon the great tidal wave of a sound
out cneap ana aoundant money
final payment to the ninn!
TMiarAP. vh 1 1 a tYia Amartaan v. 1
r " - f - -.v.vu fvpie,
for the enrichment of a few of the
most ,selflsa beings that ever lived,
are borne by a dark, refluent, barba
TO THE DEPTHS OF RUIN.
Do they wonder at it? Let them
look upon the millions half fed in
this land; let them look upon the
millions in ragi and semi nakedness;
upon the millions within whose hearts
the teething fires of hell begin to
burn, and be warned in time.
How shall we restore this deposed
monarchl That is the question
the burning question of the hour.
Before it parties and political creeds
and individual hopes and ambitions
SHRIVEL INTO WOTHIXOXIM.
Harris and Morgan and a host of
others declare that through the
Democratic party alone can silver
hope to win; that the Republican
party is its great foe: that it demon
etized it in 73 and had sinee been its
persistent enemy. Without attempt
ing to defend the Republican party
I emphatically deny that it was any
more responsible for the overthrow
of silver in '73 than the Democratic
party was. I do so with the facts
it was secretly done; it
WITHOUT THE KNOWLEDGE
of the Democrats and Republicans
who voted for the bill to amend the
laws relating to the mints and coin
age, nenator Beck said it was not
understood by either House. Grant
said be did not know it dropped the
silver dollar from coinage; the lead
ing and most able members of that
Congress declared that they were
not aware of the fatal character of
the oil!. The Republican party, what
ever its position to-day upon the
measure, is not iustlv chargeable
with the infamous act of '73. It was i
PAShED CLANIjEMTINELY !
by conspirators led by Sherman,
Republican, Cleveland's financial
prototype, and Bayard, a Democrat,
who prefers Europe to America on
account of the more aristocratic
tendencies of its inhabitants.
Again the partial restoration of
silver by the act of February 28th
1878 was the joint work of Demo
crats and Republicans. It was pas
sed over Hayes veto by the votes of
It restored the legal tender quali
ty of silyer; it failed only in its free
and unlimited coinage. The Repub
lican or Sherman Act of 1890 left
this quality unimpaired; it exchanged
compulsory coinage for compulsory
purchase. How absurd, how utterly
untenable the hope of the Demo
cratic party to escape the certain
punishment of its
DAMNING HIN AND TRKACHKRY I
by charging upon another the com
mission thereof. The Republican
party with a full knowledge of the
at . . i a -a . .
tacts degraded silver in 77b and 90,
but the Democratic nartv in '03 de
stroyed it; destroyed it in face of its
solemn promise that if given power
it would maae
IT EyUAL AT THE MINTS WITH GOLD;
wearing always the mask of friend-
snip, witn tne smile or lscanot, with
tne Healthy tread of an assassin
stabbed it to death. Who can trust
it any further in view of its past and
present conduct? Convention after
convention adopting the gold stand
ard platform; free silver candidates
standing upon them for the sake of
office; its leaders boldly proclaimipg
that they will go to the Republican?
if the silver wing of the partv tri-
umpng; ine vaults or the treasury
filled with silver and th nnhlinakt
increasing because the party had de-
i jii . .i . ?
ciareu mrougn Cleveland, its head,
mat inter luelf must
BE REDEEMED IN GOLD.
Cleveland will nrnhRhlv fl (ra in Via
- j ft'-
nominated and around his haughty
si&nuara me imperial forces of gold
will gather. The solid North will
rally around him; the inconceivable
a i i ...
power oi goio win battle for him;
past political differences will be for
gotten in the enthusiastic support
accorded him: he is the. Inonl
date; he is well nigh the inevitable
Shall we pause for nartv' ul
a party, which has so basely betrayed
u party rem in twain and pow
erless? Are we less bold than they
less heroic foi the preservation of
Our State led in the immortal Htmo.
gle to found this glorious Empire;
sue leaus again in tne stern battle
for its most hallowed ilafKnca
Trumpet toned, she calls her glorious
sons away irom party standards to
freedom's sacred banner. May Sep
tember the 25th be as glorious and
as immortal as the 20th of Mm!
May it restore the money of the con
stitution, arrest thin d
W vmwmmmj v -l UCAl h
tide, restore these shriveled values.
give employment to idle millions,
lift this great country and its great
people above slavish dependence
upon financial robbers, by
UNITING THE FRIENDS OF SILVER
in every section, in utter contempt
of party for home and liberty. In
that great battle the Populist Party
will be found solid and nimhtVon .
the Rock of Gibraltar; alligned with
them will be every Democrat and
every Republican, who are really for
suver; against tnem Mams and
Morgan, Sherman and Reed and
their slavish followers, who have
enthroned Dartv ahnva hnmo anA
liberty, trut hand virtue, country and
i. a. MCCLAMMY.
The Man of 1779. '
UI know not what nnnmt nthan mo..
take; but as for me, give me liberty or
s'c ucaiu r-atnca Henrys
words in the Hou? nf Rupnuo. ;n
"When a train of abuse and usurpa
tions envinces a design to reduce the
people under a rule of despotism, it is
1 w hiivw uu buuu govern
ment" Declaration of Independence.
"The bistorv of th
is a history of repeated injustice and
Usurnation. all havinir in Hit k;..
r O - waa VV V V IS J CVf
the establishment of an absolute tyran-
ujr uyer vuis people." declaration of
"The God who rave us Iif nv. .
liberty at the same time." Thomas
Hard to Plea.
He (readinsr the nanor it. ii.
is very difficult to please a woman.
one w nat mases you think so?
He Mr. Younsr of Wihtk rsnn
locked his wife in the bouse; Mr. Potts
oi ream, wris iocaea ms wire out of
the bouse, and now both women are
suing for divorce.
NOTICE THIS, TOBACCO GROW
ERS. Polk County, Texas, the Best Coun
try to be Feand.
Why? Because yon can buy at
low prices and on long time, lands
that will make either lsrire fipld
crops, or two, (and often three) crops
mm. ucab 4 unlit j ui booacco per year.
xnese lanas are unmediatelj on the
line of a railroad, in a healthv conn.
try where yon can have good neigh
bors, cnarcn ana scnool privileges.
Old tobacco srowm'Mnnnt K
made to believe the yield of tobacco
Here. or particulars, address.
Jas. 8. Etajtb,
i , - Leggett, Texas,
"VYsated ts Buy"
Black Eye and Lady peas.
Z. M. L. Jutbiys,
Goldsboro, N. C.
IRON MINING PROPERTY
By virtue of the decree, and pursu
ant to the orders of the Superior Court
of Gavton county at the Septerobfr
term. 1WS, of itaid court, the under
signed, receivers and commissioners
appointed by said court will, on the
FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY, 1896,
(it being the ttth day of January, 1M,)
at 10 o'clock a. in., at the oft"!'- of the
Beisaemer Mining Company, in Besse
mer City, X. C, sell at public auction
to the highest bidder, on the terms
hereinafter named, the entire prop
erty, real and personal and mixed, and
aswets of every kind and description,
belonging to the Bessemer Mining
Company Corporation, consisting of
aoouii u,ou; tteveuieen nunured acres
of land in and near the town of Bes
semer City, N'.C, lying on both sides
of the Charlotte & Atlanta Division of
the Southern Railway, and constitut
ing tbe valuable mining plant of said
eReraer Alining company, macnin
ery, tools and appliances, office furni
ure and fixtures, ores on hand, Ac, to
be sold in a body as a whole.
A full, complete and more particular
description of sand land, and mineral
and timber rights, easements and priv
ileges may be found on reference to
the several deeds to said Bessemer
Mining Company for the same, which
are in the possession of tbe under
signed, and are duly registered in the
office of the register of deeds for the
county of Gaston, in the State of
North Carolina, obtained by said Bes
semer Mining Company from the fol
lowing named corporations and indi
viduals, to-wit :
From the Bessemer City Mining and
Manufacturing Compony; the Consol
idated Manufacturing Company; the
Fidelity Bank, of Durham, X. C, trus
tees; J. A. Smith and wife; J. A.
Piuchback; R. 1). Ormond and wife;
Benjamin M. Ormond and wife ;
Jacob Ormond others.
At the same time and place the un
dersigned will ofler for sale as afore
said a verv lar&e number of fit. v Inra
belonging to said Bessemer Mining
company, located in said town of Bes
semer City, N. C, and suitable for
nuuaing lots ror residence and busi
ness purposes, laid down upon W. K
Richardson's survey and map of Besse
mer CitV. X. C. which will h dosiir.
nated and pointed out to purchasers
on tne aay oi sale.
Also the "Fire Clav Tract" of Und in
Cleveland county, referred to and con
veyed in said Bessemer City Mining
and Manufacturing Company by the
deed registered in book No. 20 (deeds),
page tA, in tne otlice of the regis
ter of deeds for Gaston county, and
also described in the deed tn sid .1. A
Smith from R. X. Patterson and oth
ers, dated March 24, 1891, registered in
the office of the register of deeds for
Cleveland county, in Book B B of
Deeds, page 223.
TERMS OF SALE: One-third of
the purchase money to be paid in cash,
and the balance of the purchase money
to be paid within twelve months
from and after the day of sale, with
interest from the day of sale on the de-
m .i j.
Possession to be given the pur
chasers on receipt by the undersigned
of the one-third cash payment on the
purchase money, and the purchaser to
be thereafter responsible for and lia
ble to pay all taxes assessed against
the property purchased by him, and
the title deeds withheld as security for
It will be optionary with purchasers
to anticipate and pay the deferred
payment oi me oaiance or the pur
chase monev at anv time after tha
date of sale, and within the twelve
montns aioresaid, and thereby stop tbe
accruing of interest on the deferred
Any further information desired
concerning said property and the sale
thereof, mav be obtained nn nnnliVa-
tion to the undersigned, or to their
agem, unaries ij. jawton, oi .Bessemer
City, Xr. C.
J. S. Carr,
of Durham, N. C,
E. T. Carrixgtox,
of Bay City, Mich.,
Receivers and Commissioners.
Sept. 20, 1895.
Ilisb Grcdo Tobacco
North Carolina Collep of Ann-
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A 7-Horse Power
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Medicine wffl kill almost instantly all Flies, Fleas, Lice, Bugs, Bees, Worms,
rLerm' f 57 Ct' Sref32S!y
an rowing and Fatty Tumors, Goiters, Wens, or Swollen and SaUmd Breasts.
Sfir tt?edl,lte to bites of poisonous snakes and sting, of maectsTlt
T-!fJ hTf edlaneJ? -eart1' aad wil1 cure Womb Troublea, Female Ir
rmlanties, all Kidney and Liver Complaints, and never fails am Deafness. Full
mrecuons for using are wrapped around every bottla.
OPINIONS OF EXPERTS.
On December 13, 1893, Dr. Herman M. Biggs, bacteriologist of the health
board of New York city, informed that body Sat coixsumption was ttusedbr
tJL" " m V0111 h wa conugious and eats up the human
Jong. On December 14. 1893 (see Health Reports), the health board decided
V1?iSp f cof in his diagnosis, and passed a resolution to isolate all
persons in the dry suffering with consumption. Thereiora. it is the bin. aim.
ply the bugs, we have to fight in cases of consumption.
SCIENCE THROUGH THE MICROSCOPE
wSSS1786 these sinall germs or microbes eating the live fbre and
warm blood-drops of man as with the naked eye you can see a worm in a
LTu teti!$ !, leaf- therefore RecTpeSa
Istjjays M The only medicine of mature is that which will destroy tha gexnwjW
fc 1 AAA RBWARD WILL BE PAID
i 1 ,JJJ you to una s bug,
ITI Bl n VaU rs dta rr a. a a as
wiM'M tv- 1 LT' 6
mill Twai Tlk Cl t CT-ano-wa.
7. tJ? one thTt-sucn u rSZSZZXSi
d"$ JTdlCU1" Then let BW1X PQrtion of SwamringuScdfcSi
rS ? tS s mchef ?r more from a fly and instantly it cotnncesTae
ries of giraUona, and soon falls over dead, killed by the poisonous rases of
TiJitn Ui tW5TdroP- of SwanKSdnf bTS
gar, swallow it, close your mouth, and you can feel liquid fire and eases corner
HrUf Jour lungs and passing off through the nrrSTconS
!!?.mt 8how you that the same gases which are so deadly to the fly must
one lunga """ on 'tabercle bacilli,- tha rfc TarV.iU
THE FIRST CURE MADE,
i Ifmie l89a.J started from Georgia ta Florida to die consnmp
on. The disease ha1 -- . ... -"aHip-
. .v.i.t.. a "
a skeleton, iao pounds-no digestion,
desire to lire. On mv wv 5nth t k
his help and advice I invent th. IZZl"1 an oaVoct?r. With
I had been using this medicine 7bWt
day. Oa my return to Atlanta aft.,
one of the smartest men in Onroia rM.v. . . . " ,7-"ul
H miA '"-BaU. T ,A 6-.
ue said Really I don't remember
the city deUvery for the Lamkr-iTnaln Kg rld e d
every day for three months, did t vnn ? ZT. . . fa e drar
of XSS7 8trCeW rMaCrn; 9a" I et7pocenMr.?lor
HesaidS,frifterIhad ?cedthe use of SUSSZi
1 u, S?rel? yn are not the man who was dying of thai terrihfe aaokTwt
lung trouble in the rear of Wing's printiag house? WhTwhenlnaaS Jt
room at midm?ht T hMr tv,
gj. world."; A,d heouThow up in
doing to gain so rauidlv nnri int
story. "Swamn Anel vU- ' iW-.,1 reply was the old
me a vear a .nn
haves rod appetite and the powers,
F'uuc w me. wow, let me say to you
don't delay if you are not dvin?. Trv
OvOT w Mm..V.Vl. -r " J .
. , v.w uiwuauupuooaieOSnbtmtklaaa!
LJ- C GA TttS-ea' o Atlanta, Ga.,
deafneS ft t." .Z "ww',?OUI 5 AU.
. : - ua remeoies i
Medicine has never failed oa a case af-doafaaaa
PHBUMATISM CURED. . " -
Theadore Fltchi: jv v
.Gaf cure1 with the medicine after
care4 Wj.h&m .andSeVaS
an aaeu a
-UmiC mn4 fwrt all r Im Lwtf MaM
Cak.tr4 M a e!ntlf i ruli i natal kataM amd atrtetl
rjj.l. Trratiau-a)t K-mX rrya tr trwm
atl uiaer naiirlw
Seminal Weakness nnd Sexual Debility
of tVr! to tto kwi. pauu ta th tact, folw Ha aa4 ftnfl
oa tuaaioM TvrKtot u -c --. h, of av tual pT. Haa o4 aaaa
bKd. tvcL. evvrj tot i.Je Wrqm otrtt am a. nmor tea aamaal
oowr. reafcjra Orrra a--l bnaia fer. tu$a a.aj ilfttUi ataaa
a-aru and sat voa tt fr ca.rr-.are.
Cvnhilic iiiiwmN,:. In 3 Its fon aa4 merewf
Jjyiliitat ofl:!a H.oo4-oo.ne. l awa. t)caii.laV
I ntA. borf.OooorrtM-a i r,-rrt. r a! f oral c4 IT-.a:a taa cafal
St rictt If( T"-s J earo'l a-r.-Suat ctwve omxtme Kaaia.
JM IV.4I W aoasf-oaurr. P!hw can um ibv tiraUBvat at aoaaa
- a mirl-icut Jatnmroi. Manj cora4 afta
uk. mm v. i Cr -
tM Uadsc $paluU ta tSa UaiW S!aw.
trr 4VT. NTa, CA.
Freeics Herself from Disease.
Witlunt the nf Medi.ine.
l;ve fully inveigated th Improved
Oxygettor treatment and find that it
will cure when all remedies have failed
and have no heit:tn-y iu saying it i
the Ut treatment known tot lie en
lightened practice of medicine. We do
not hesitate to accord unstinted
praise, for we know that the highest
praie is merited, and in bestowing
commendation, we act solely in the ii.
terest of the readers of the-e Hf.pokts,
asking nothing of the ( 'Oinpaiij. This
investigation was conducted without
. their knowledge and this report ap
; pears without regard to their jersonal
f wishes in the matter. We have found
j this to he a superlative system for the
! cure of dit-ease. The Company furn
ishing the Improved Oxygenor is con
; trcdied Ly regularly graduated physi
cians whose exKTience and practice,
covering a half century of time give
this Treatment a value and a standing
1 of the most enviable character,
i Address with stamp.
Quincy St., Chicago, III.
I wavtp-tv ma-, -v av-in in tbe Pmtxi
State liitere.-i--i in t' Oi-icm ami VVh'.fk
labita to tifu oae cf uit bookc oo tbea dis
eases. AuCrces Jj. .VL 'oolley, Atlanta. Oa
5ox 382. aad one will be nt oa trie
head. The people aay it is the greatest
iiiler earth. It is the only medicine
' '- ua ucu 1U1U1U UI We
Angel Medicine is the most magical medi-
warm, bee, spider, wasp, louse, or hu-
- 3 V- . ll a
v. n2AM.V a.tw - a Zm -
can irrc m Swamp AiiFtl
uccpmg OB me ror mzteen years. I was
no spptite, no ambitioa andno snedal
"""".w no special
fon molThTf- iSToS droSa
?t tt 100 10 Joo.pa.a
..-.uamg lacra, ana eXKBdea BIT atld.
you; seems like I have aeea
J S? year. SwZ
thenkl t LV
u JT P 7?
lwicr w people who knew
faculties andnWtions oi2
that if you have mcBtom. mi b
V S aanianaaVi B
cored of nrsfness of fifteen
I ib to inform mj lhvud$
: FAHOrs aU)d WtLL LXGHTXD
For tbe aaie and Dnrchae of
A JEFFBEXS' WAKEHO'D S g9
O AT r
SSOCTBZ-Sr 3VEO U JSl 'J.', 3ST. c.J
f - at aaaai 4 m
to bcr largely of tbia crop, anil am prrpantl tj Uke crr cf tuu.' ...
in every wixcL We have more an I HHlTKi; ISITVKI tha: .V,"..
fore, with onlert for all claMrt of tobatoco at prim. bat 1 ilui.k
Satisfactory to the Farmers.
j With an expcrietieeof FIFTEEN YEAliS in tbe WAI:KHir
i BUSINESS I claim to be a ioJge of the wet-d, acJ I will tj t '
; pile of lobacco put oo my floor bU SELL for iu VALUE rrp.-i j
who it belong! to. All I aak is a trial I propoae to da my dn.ttL tt
WITH BIG PRICES.
1 So when rou lUrt to town with jour totuoco, don't forget u ,f
I at Jeffrey whtre you will gt bg prio. whrther he has tir.t .r ;M-
T. IB. JEFFEEYS,
PROPEIETOR JEFFREYS WAREHOUSE.
CAROLINA TOBACCO GR017ERS I
SH P YOUR
COOPER, CREWS, BERGER COr.lPAIIT.
g Stonewall !TJ a rehouse,
S RICHMOND, VA. 3
r We make a
r Quick Sales and
aap w v .
iiigliest market prices obtained
fcEmpty hogsheads shipped if desired.2
Correspondence .solicited. Tventv3
WSl'rSlH lDCthe Tr W,a rheumatJ.m;enred eoPMey.
weD I wiwltTJ Bd Prt'T P". cared aoa.a .M
Uhi Mr S Medicine in two weeks. The .Wv. people live i. At-
S Ti'JlA Bacnn. C-. " crutche. three tnuuCmtu, ,t
T 9 rt r ' "
J. P Dodo, Ga., vu. 1801. savs: "Mv
ftl,0ne STmp Anf
goes ia a hundred cases. Can't name
S Sif L5 kEAST8' TUMORS. GOITERS. WENS. AND SWELLING
JL ZZJ1- Pe ?ilk. n.rther'a breast will r .Dd ler
Swfa.Zf J??mences the mischief. Kill this trouble every .111
r Jffi11!- Go,trr. tamors. and wen. are developing o.c. kiS
oreA M!tiSWn,p,AD,?f1 MeJ,,cio- W Ch.pm.n. Sam jocra
andoftir fnr' H' P'.. ' AlUfU. .11 cured of Lad c. of t,,r..
hW !:-.5V0"e "" w" choked to de.iL wh a larre r
TtLL- .In "ontn wearing a collar and nrcStic. ibet
people. Swamp Angel Medicine did the work. CuM add ft laae. if bad
K1DNBY, BLADDER AND LIVER TROUBLES "
ff7P Angel Medicine acts most tflectirely on the Kidneys. Tbe it
u-miu mtU ? " dlcn. Pcu-ly uben taken in large .W G. W.
McWtttama, president of the Sub-AlWe st Stbckbridge. G. frouM r.ot
P10: AfTlr W Swamp Angel Medicine three .rrk.bfr. .'.S
pKK up Ijo pounds. It made him a new man; better tha he had teo ia t.rstv
IZZf- Jackson. Atlanta, suffered for years with oUWte.; cared .it.
tnalf .iTi"?1 Med,C1"l:- J10-11 Whaley, AtlaaU. cured f tafia.
mation of the bladder in one week with Swamp Angel Medicine.
ASTHMA AND CATARRH,
!2eibT th.bet "'f1. Prts to be cauaed by paraaitr. germ, or
microbes, Swamp Angel Medicine never fails to kill tbe La.. M. SmUs.
bldlll8'0 1?Lce' Lswrencerille, Oa., bad i ro:.ped vpi
x. "thm; , lD a wek ft" commencing the n of 4avamp As
fWlSi, " VOX. 6lag btf wn houaework. CouW give jv m.sy
if itYSii asthma. Swamp Angel Mtdici.e will care
ERYSIPELAS, DIARRHOEA AND COLIC
areidl ued by germs, microbe, or pars.ites. John Daniel.. Atls.ta,
Jt bb11 VU . A the cheek and three teeth oat
KryBlpelas set in. Three days after hu face was a horrible 4ht. S-turdsf mrbt
eoneaced with Swamp Angel Medicine. Monday morning ao , tr.,m. U s
STrL-i Power Atlanta, at midnight said: "Oh. I Will die befr
JjT tSZifti.? stomach- Dr. D. W. Marion pnmped five duae. or iy
2? m urfDileiBin 1 30 """tea. He was up and Valkier about is as
hour. N. H. Cheshire, a large farmer of Fultoa county, says' -My male was
JfV?J txU 6p. m. I then drenche-l with two Ublespoonsf sf of Swa-s
rfiJ .Tff tw'tT ntes that male was ap eatiagoats. Miss EH
dower. Atlanta, aava "N An r v .l.u l . . 1 ,
or cold this winter. At the first svmntiMns of tmnto. ..VJ
Angel Medicine." '
THEIR NAMES ARB MANY.
Margaret Morton. 45 Courtland
1 SPJIOv ltm one week
gei Medicine she was walking around
sne wsa walkina? a mila iai tha. fAt a
. , . . - . - - j. siiwuia, Meat r.nn,
suffered thirty years with throat aad long diaeaaes; cured sound and well -ilk
bwamp Angel Medicine. Dora Strickland. DeKalb county, down fa lrd three
Dilf 'Vc cofPtnj was walking .lout every here sfter cum mead tt
Uln Onaa faff Maurm aaa a A an avaml maTlaI.. . - .
lua i deaa' XZl1-
DYSPEPSIA AND INDICES! ION.
8rTmpAf I Med,ciae " wonderful tonic, and therefore never fsfls
on lyspepsia and Indigestion. This trouble is simolv fermeBtatia. of tbe
totnach. Fermentation is regeneration. See yeast working. nd milk mm
AiLlZ?11 . mxnP- MaUons of bug. are visible. So with DyspepsU. is
dJcstto&, and sow belches; the gastric juices have failed to forre digest:
Zfl Medicine put an immediate stop to all fermcBtsOoa
tn the stomach, it trill tK-. rZ. . a .1 - T ..
J- ai. BornDy, W. G. Gibson,
Tha Retail Druggists Say
there are few bottles returned. Dr. J. C Cobb & Co., Buchsnaa. Ga.. aarv
Three hundred bottles of Swamp Angel Medicine sold aad guaranteed here;
ISJfSlfi1 llke dady d perfect atisfioa." It
s-JLi w5?ld,a.of McD?00f,b' - J: "SoUl one hundred bottle. Swacp
L rfrf .l1' UDd tee. I ha. e had but one cornplaift. o
Jotthretnjrnad.'' Bagwell Brothers, Lawrenceriile. Ga .s-ys; "Hare three
ult Swamp Angel Medicine here; it gives universal aati facti-a "
IT?' CT,ntou' writes: "Have sold over too bottles of Sw.p
f-pl Mne; ranteed every bottle and have not had a bottle retamed.-
LSC at SOB. Csnwn. (U.. amtaa tl. .-u c- a . .
. " ' . mu ou uwun owamp ABgei
tJlrll S.niuelS.P.AUanta.Ga.. -ys:
J I soldow vooo bottle. Swamp Angel Medne. underTgusrss
tea. stavms? troaa two tn ww- .v. . r . . ...
swanav raxau price a ? far
whaa araaeaUd ta any
TiaS TICKET ENTITLES THE HOLDER TO
ptsior.... , o
1 Saaines 'or---..-,.............. ......... S aa
aad th public that I j
LKAK TOR KVltt. 1 ....
specialty of selling
bright tobacco. '2
in the business. 3
ALL WE ASK. 3
v' irvoncu at imiowi: J . jnora,
wif h,a i 11 j..v.
el Medicine has Ler fearly arll." S a
street, down ia bed six months with ews-
after commencir.g the use of Swamp As
and attending nivbt show. In t erka
. iir u.r. .a .
- mmc rper iraai roiut, tia.1, I. II Tncrsi-
"Tood, all U Atlaata, wire euros of
and too more ia Atlaata .1-p-ae.
-. 11 warn, naa aruc 3 ootlie. ren
aac half pints. $a far aiaU. hat
drag stare ar this cesspaay
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