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S:0.r-mLi MOKNING. ACOrPT 24. 1866. ^ "'"^
STATE AND CITY PRISTEB.
'? >l?pnrr BU'?K?dMf . .. .** OO
' ^??l?e?.W .t.. ??- .'.f. : fr S?
nf f,-jaeexted ?t 75eent? per square for tho first
insertion, ?ad60 cents for each subsequent.
Weekly 75 cents each insertion.
-4?e>? ttW X??<r?<ste<?nMi)i made on tAe abuo?
roi? traen advertisements are inserted by
- ' tpf ?pecisl^notices IO" cents a Une.
' f^J^tJOnard, Newberry.
? ^^ ??.ArtSnSonthltt, Greenville C. H.
lloore, Abbeville C H.
"I1- J^y^S^^PP6? Anderson a BL
; .jTH^'^ohm?n? Times dosa not
believe vary implicitly in the produc
'. .rfc* ^ We begin to think that cotton is a
r 4 nuisance anti ought to be abated. It
"J-JB?^*"8 brought us into a world of
i?? trouble, tile end of which ve have
not yet seen. If we bad not been w
. oot?Gn-producing people we should
probably bave been permitted to have
:'' TBeeded^peaoeably, and no one would
have thought us worth fighting for.
Bat, unfortunately for us, we could
' "** li?t, like thot animal pursued by the
hunters for rare perfume which it
'. -<S?tried with it, cast off cotton and
'"tetpUfiF save ourselves. If we could
.??s^bavfe got rid ?f Cotton with slavery,
'- ?' we shonld have removed that power?
ful incentive, which now actuates the
tWftt bordea of Federal plunderers who
seem to regard the South ns the
golden goose, to be killed for her
ogg. Without cotton we should not
4 ? have had. Union Genencte, liberating
slaves with one hand and stealing the
products of their labor with the other.
Nor would wo now.have had a radical
conspiracy striving through tariffs
MI f*^ a^ kinds of plunder ?citernes tc
oppress Southern whites, just ia pro
^jpgffton as they hypocritically profese
^?jfrSe?efit the Southern blacks.
HQ ? The disposition' recently manifest
owned -by Congress, and not yet aban
%4?k doned? to impose the heaviest bar
dent of taxation on au impoverished
section, shonld begin to open thc
eyes of our people as to .the means In
which to meet this extortionate
_ spirit. There are some ad van ta RPI
in being poor, and if some future nu
upon cotton shall diminish its pro
duct ion, though wc shall bo a poore:
_ people, yet we shall to a much groa to
extent than now be exempt fron
spoliation and persecution. Ther
two very good reasons "why cottoi
should continually decrease in cnlti
vation; first; the worthlessness of fro
negroes in the cotton-growing State
as reliable laborers; secondly, th
disposition to tax cotton to death
which the Congress, which has jus
Let ns try very light cotton crop
for a year or two. Wo are confider,
it will have a very wholesome ii
fluenoe in national politics. W
have enough provocation for the es
p?riment. We have very urgent nee
for breadstuff's, and we hold that it
more necessary to feed a man thu
to clothe him. Wheat and corn brin
very remunerative prices, and ns u
are nearer to the sea than the grail
growing States of the North, we en
afford better to raise them for expo
talion. If our Northern neighboi
want cotton, let them come dow
South and enter partnership with tl
Freedmen's Bureau in its cultivatio
By this means we shall receive the
labor and capital, and when they g
here they will discard "humanity
and "philanthropy," and make cuff*
work as he never did before.
BRIEF BUT EXPRESSIVE.-Senat
Doolittle, in a speech he. recent
made, at Saratoga, said:
"To say that the South is 'cari,
tared' in the North does not exprt
.. j*. She is slandered, villified-wie
~edly, infamously belied. Were t
-r- South to come North, she would ri
recognize herself-if she did, s
a would disown herself. Were t
North to go South, she would be :
tonished at the misrepresentatio
end falsehoods, and with the cruel
and unjust and erroneous scntimei
^TERRIBLE EXPLOSION. -The Itali
journals report a frightful cata.st.ro \ i
at Piacenza. A. small powder u
blew up, and communicated the 1
to a factory of cartridges, which li!
wise exploded. About sixty you
women, soldiers and several labore
who were employed on the premie
were all buried in the burning mi
The exact number of the dead a
wounded is not known.
of ^i?SSZ3S?&m??* oBder,,
directing tho military to act where
the civil authorities fall io dp so, is
reported by the Atlanta papers, Mr.
Jame a M. Lacky, s highly respecta?
ble citizen of Baxtow County, waa
.i?ialrjB?^?but a ?eek i
ago, by order of General Thomas, i
and taken nnder guard to Allanta. ]
Mr. Lacky, it appears, had assaulted
a gen tlnan from Atlanta, who was at
-CartersviUs?, in business, and the civil
authorities there failed to arrest Mx.
Lacky. . The gentleman complained
to General Thomas, who had Mr.
Lacky arrested. He has been turned
over to the civil authorities.
--!-? ' * ???.. "
A story is told of a Prussian senti?
nel stationed oh the steeple at Trop
pan, and left there when his company
retreated. The citizen 3 attempted to
take him prisoner, but the Prussian
easily defended with his bayonet the
narrow winding stair by which alone
access could be gained to the steeple.
They'theu decided on reducing him I
by famine, but the Prussian having]
. with him a good supply of cartridges,
announced that unless he was regu-;
\ laxly and well fed, he would shoot
every one who passed in the streets
around the church. The good soldier |
thus contrived to maintain his posi?
tionier two dajs, when Troppau was
re-ocoupied by the Prussians, aud he
[i THE CABLE AST> MEXICO.-It is
stated that since the Atlantic cable
has been laid, Napoleon has kept up
a constant telegraphic commnication
with Maximilian, there being, by
means- of the ocean cable, a continu?
ous telegraphic line from Paris
through London and New York to
Galveston, Texas. A fast steamer,
connecting Galveston and Vera Crnz,
i carries despatches between those
j placea in very short time. No doubt,
Louis Napoleon read on Saturday
^"tho proclamation of President John?
son concerning the blockade cf Mat?
THE REU, WHITE AND BLUE.-The j
Washington Chronicle says: "A great
excitement, at a fair, ia St. Louis,
last week, was caused by the offer of
*a rebel sympathizer to double his'b?d
for a. boquet tied with Ted, white and
bine ribbon, if the blue could be
( token oft. 'Tho auctioneer removed
the blue ribbon, and some ardent
Union men present were with dif?
ficulty restrained from lynching him. "
The radical Boston 'Ivunscript dis?
likes the tendency of thc popular
feeling, and is moved to say, 1 nj"uni?
fication of its own course: "Several
of the old famJkss have ceased to be
tho first families in Massachusetts;
the sons of noble sires haviug depart?
ed from the principles of houored
and patriotic fathers."
The Legislature of Ohio has passed
a law providing for the free tuition
of ex-soldiers in the State university
?it Athens for as long a time as they
served in tho army as minors.
Two men quarreled about a wo?
man, in Mobile, on Thursday last.
It ended by one being shot dead and
the other mortally wounded.
Legs and Arms.
; LEO AUB ARM COMPANY
HAVE established a branch office and
manufactory at Columbia, ti. C.
; Tho improved AUTOMATIC EKG AND
I ARM manufactured by this company are
unsurpassed by any in the world.
Our workmen are practical artilicial leg
! aud arm makers-three of them wearing
I lugs of their own manufacture.
Our faculties aro unsurpassed. Our
work warranted one, year. Call and ex?
amine our specimens, or address
DANNELLY, MARSHALL & CO.,
Seeger's Building, Columbia, K. C.
Ofliccs -Madison, Ga., Nashville, Toon.,
Columbia, S. C. Mav '27 3mo
TRIWEEKLY J1ACK LINE
Between Laurens and Newberry.
JON and after MONDAY.
GSpH? V?- 4?tbo 18tb illstaIlti the HACK
jjj'(Sis'aS?Sw*fi connect with tho up
train on the fi reen ville and
Columbia Railroad on TUESDAYS,
THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS; with the
down nain, on MONDAYS, WEDNES?
DAYS and FRIDAYS.
Thus passengers can be carried throng li
from Columbia to Laurens in ONE DAY.
Passengers arriving bv the Hack at Lau
i reu? C. IL, can always fiud conveyances to
go out into thc country by calling on T. B.
or J. CREWS. .
Thc Laurens Railroad is now compl?t?e!
toMaitin*8Depat, 1(5 miles above- Newberry
C. H., and a train will be run tri-wcekly, in
? connection with the hacks.
, Every comfort, is afforded passengers
I which could be expected on a stage line.
I Laurens, August li?. T. B. CREWS.
I Old Newspapers for Sale,
: T> Y tho hundred or thousand, a*
I J_> March 2 PHONIX OFFICE.
TBS LAH? OF LITE.-Tho glow of health
?ad beauty is nowhere moro perceptible
and beautifully attractive than in th?
raddy, healthful, glowing, beautiful com?
plexion of a healthy person. Th? com?
plexion is radiant, and tho lamp of life
burna brightly, so long as it is supplied
with pare blood. The Queen's Delight ?od
Sarsaparilla, the great blood purifier, is a
deaning and searching medicino-giving
strength to the feeble, invigorating sad
restoring the old; cleansing and purifying
the young. Tho Queen's Delight and Sar?
saparilla is for sale by Fisher A Heinitsb,
Ht TASIA. BVEBTWHESE.-Barely has there
been a season a* fruitful ss this of malari?
ous diseases. Not only on the prairies and
in the valleys of the West-not morely in
all the old haunts of fever and ague and
bilious remittent fever-have these pros?
trating diseases been unusually virulent;
but they have extended to towns and cities
never before infested with them, and have
even ascended the mountains and attacked
thousands of people supposed to have
boen placed by tho laws nf nature above
their reach. Hence we arc compelled to
admit that a fatal element pervades the
universal air this season, and should at
on oe resort to the only approved preven?
tive of its consequences, HOSTETTEH'R STO?
MACH BITTKBS-a tonic so potent; an anti?
septic so perfect, sn alterative eo irresisti?
ble and a stimulant BO pure, that it enables
tho human system '.o resist and baffle all
the predisposing causes of disease. With
the confidence that ono clothed in incom?
bustible garments might move among
blazing buildings, the man who arms him?
self against malaria with this powerful de?
fensive medicine may walk a fever-scourged
district fearless of its insalubrious atmos?
phere. Tho intermittents fand remittents
at present so general in all parts of the
country, may be but the forerunners of a
deadlier scourge now on its way Westward
from tho ,far East. Prepare tho Hvstem
with HOSTETTER'S BITTERS for a successful
battle with the mepbitic canses of all epi?
demics. Bo wise in time. Sold everywhere.
[IKra Tork World, Nor. 5, 18G5.
_ A"g24 _ +f> _
MAURI AGE A\D CELIBACY-An
Essay of Warning and Instruction for
Young Men. Also, Diseases and Abnses
which prostrate thc vital powers, with sure
means of relief. Rent free of charge in
sealed letter envelopes. Address Dr. .F.
8KILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Associa?
tion, Philadelphia, Pa. Aug 15 3iao
COLGATE'S HONKY SOAP.
This celebrated Toilet Soap, hi such
universal demand, is mado from the
cUo?ct?t materials, id mild and emol?
lient in it8 nature, fragrantly' ?reu? <-<i.
and extremely i>eneficial in ita action
upon tho skin. For salo by all Druggists
and Fancy Goods Dealers. March 28 1 y
BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYK.
Tho Original and Best in the World.
The only true and perfect ilAlH DYE.
Harmless, Reliable ami Instantaneous.
Produces immediately a splendid Black or
natural Brown, without injuring tho hair
or skin. Remedies the ill > fleets of bad
dyes. Sold by all Druggists. The genuine
is signed William A. Batchelor. Also, HE
GENERATING EXTRACT OF M?LLE
FLEURS, for Restoring and Beautifying
the Hair. CHARLES BATCHELOR.
Oct 25 ly _ New York. _
A NEW AND GRAN? EPOCH IN MEDICINE.
Dr. Maggiel is the founder of a new medi?
cal system! The quautitarians, whose vast
internal doses enfeeble the stomach and
paralyze the bowels, must give precedence
to the man who restores health and appe?
tite, with from one to two ot bis extraordi?
nary Pills, and cures the most virulent
sores with a box or so of his wonderful and
all-healing Salvo. These two great speci?
fics of the Doctor aro fast superseding all
the stereotyped nostrums of tho day. Ex?
traordinary cures by Maggiel's Pills anti
Salve have opened the eyes of tho public tc
the inefficiency of the (so-called) remedios
of others, and upon which people have sc
long blindly depended. Maggiel's Pille an
not of the class that aro swallowed hy th?
dozen, and of which every box full taken
! creates un absolute necessity for another,
One. or two of Maggiel's Pills suffices tc
place the bowels in perfect order, tom- thf
stomach, create au appetite andrender thc
spirits light and buoyant. There is nc
griping and no reaction in the form of con?
stipation. If tho liver is affected, its func?
tions aro restored; and if tho nervous sys
tem is feeble, it is invigorated. This las!
tpaality makes the medicines very desirable
tor the wants of delicate females. Ulcerous
and eruptive diseases are literally extin?
guished by the disinfectant power of Mag
giol's Salve. - In fact, it is here announced
that MaggieT* Bilious, Dyspeptic and Dior
rheta Puis euro where all others fail. While
for burns, Bcalds, chilblains, cuts and al
abrasions of the skin Maggiel's Salce itt in
fallible. Sold by J. Maggil, ll Rino street
New York, and all druggists, at 25 conti
per box._Julv 29 ly
By Express !
BOXES CHEESE. .
20 doz. PORTER. "
Aug 16 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
Arrest the Murderer ! !
AMOST DIABOLICAL MURDER was
committed near the town of Chester,
S. C., on the night of the 22d July, 1800,
upon .the body of my brother, ALEXAN?
DER D. WAXKER. Two of the murderers
(negroes) have been arrested. Tho third,
? white man. known aa BILL MORRIS,
alias CHAS. DEREM, alias WYLIE MOR?
RIS, ia still at large, and is described as
follows: Tall, spare-made man; grey eyes,
of a peculiar look; short, thick uose; low
forehead; round, lean face- somewhat
hump-shouldered; black hair, with a few
grey hairs; about thirty-seven years old;
weighs about 140 pounds; speaks slowly,
and, when speaking, twists his mouth to
the right side; heavy, dark beard; bas
been wounded, as well as can bo recol?
lected, in the right arm, near the.elbow;
with small and bony arms; wore dark coat
.and dark linen pants. The above murderer
is a notorious scoundrel, and has recently,
in connection with a band of negroes, been
engaged in various otber bloody outrages.
Tho above reward will be paid for his
arrest, or for any information that will lead
to his apprehension.
JOSHUA H. WALKER,
_Aug 22 Chester, S. C.
H E. NICHOLS,
Corner of Assembly and Washington Sta.,
COLUMBIA, H. C.,
REPRESENTS, among others, tjie fol?
lowing excellent Companies:
Underwriters' Agency, New York -
International, New York -capital. 1,000 00
.Security, " R. l,00t.,,iK
Home, New Haven, " .. 1,000,000
Manhattan, New York 1.000,000
North American, New York, " 000,000
Putnam, Hartford, " 500,000
Home, Savannah, " 500,000
Southern Insurance and Trust, Sa?
New York Accidental, New York
POLICIES MADE PAYABLE
INGOLD OR CURRENCY, AND
LOSSES PRO MP TL Y SETTLED.
July 22 [March 1 gmo]
A New and Grand Epoch
DR. MAGGIE L'S
?PIIXS A2STX) SALVE i
THESE wonderful medicines are now .-.
familiar to the people that but huh
endorsement, of their vain? as a pliysi<
need-bo made. Tb? Pills of Dr. Maggie
contain no mineral. They do nut gripp
and they do not enfeeble the system by ex?
treme purging. Tiley are universa! in
CREATING A VIGOROUS APPETITE!
And correspondingly strengthen the diges<
timi. They tone the liver, clear the heai
and steady the nerves. To those who ar?
nut familiar with the ase of
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
As an anti-billions remedy, the follow in;
I extracts from various letters will he, i: u
I hoped, ot' HuiHcient importance tn jnsid';
j the quoting of them here:
WHAT TUE PATIENTS SAV or
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS AND SALVE.
"The best Pills for headache T overbad.'
"My liver works like an engine, thank:
to your Pills."
I "I am pleased to say to you, Dr. Maggie]
I that 1 would not be with .ut a box of you
! Pills for curing me nf morning nausea fo
I "Von will find enclose;! $1. Your Pill
are only 25 cents, but I considerbhem woi ti
I to me 5*1."
t "DEA it Doeron: My tongue had a fur m
it every morning like the back of a cal
Your Pills took it away."
"I took half a pill and crushed it to pow
der, and gave it in jelly to my little bab
for cholera morbus. The dear little pt
was well tu three hours after."
"I suppose it is hardly worth while to tiri
you my burned foot has got well from th
use of your Salve. Enclosed Und 2d cent
. for another box to keep in the house."
[ "Send mc another box of Salve."
, ''Enclosed find 75 cents for two boxes <:
your Maggiel's Pills and one of Salve."
"Tho most gentle, yet searching, med
. j cine I ever swallowed.*'
[ j MAGGIEL'S PILLS ANO SALVE
Are almost universal in their effects, and
' cure eau be almost al wa v.* guaranteed,
i FOR BILIOUS DISEASES,
, Nothing can be more productive of eui
i than these Pills. Their almost magic ii
lluence is felt at once: and tho usual coi
1 count ants of mis most distressing diseat
\ aro removed. Thesn remedies are mai
from tho purest
They will not hann tho most delicate f.
i male, iind can be given with go.ul ( fleet i
prescribed do.-es to the voungest tedi.-.
And all eruptions ot tho ?kin, the Salve
? most invaluable. It does not heal exte
, I nally alone, but penetrates with the mo
t searching effects to the veryroot ol the.\
' DU. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
? INVAUIAlil.Y ? nu: TUE FOLLOWING DISEASE
. Asthma, ' Headache,
Bowel Complaints, 1 Indigestion,
! Coughs, I Influenza,
j Colds, j Inflammation,
Chest Diseases, ' Inward Weakness,
Costiveness, ; I.iver Complaint,
" Dyspepsia, Lowness of Spirits,
j Diarrhoea, Ringworm,
Propsv, i Rheumatism,
j Debility, Salt Rheum,
i Fever and Ague, ?scald.-.
1 I Skin Dn-eases,
Each Po., f:vutai?s 12 /'. *.
\ One Pill is a Duse.
NOTICE.-Non? genuine without thc t
graved trade mark around each pot or b<
signed by DR. J. MAGGIEL, New York,
counterfeit which is felony.
<ar Sold by all respectable dealers
medicine! throughout tho United Sta
and Canadas, at 25 cents uer box or p
FISHER & HEINITSH, Col uni,'*, S. C.
I Joly 29 1
.?ETNA LIFE IN
Assets, Juns, 1866.........
Income tor year ending June, 1866, ovei
1QQK POLICIES issued in June, 1866.
9OOO Fifty per cent, dividend d?clar?e
" TEN PAYMENT LIFE AND AL?
$20,000 will be insured wu u single Life, when
THI8 18 THE ONL?Y NOBTHEKN C
The only certain provision for your Cami
Do not delay to place those near and d?
chance. Call on
July 22 3mo Co ruer of Assembly am
TWO THOUSAND bneheh? CORN.
500 bushels OATS.
20 bbls. FINE FAMILY FLOUR.
20 bbls. SUPER. FLOUR.
Bbls. CRUSHED SUGAR,
Bbls. PULVERIZED SUGAR.
SIL. GLOSS STARCH, Ac.
10 bbls. NEW SOUTHERN FLOUR.
A very select lot of Ladies' and Misses'
For salo at LOWEST TRICES.
FISHER &. LOWRANCE.
LIMITED amount of GOLD sud SIL
TER, FISHEB A LOWRANCE.
G. H. BALDWIN & GO.,
I 9m (?raeries. Ch'<icf Teas, Caifas. Etc
I CTJ rr H a fnU lino of plantation eiip
i W plies, which are offered at attractive
' prices'- -at corner Main and Washington
I streets, Columbia. S. C.
, ll. R.YLDWIN. M. B. GREEN.
Ang 5 Imo
COP AB.TNES.5 HIP.
? rpilf E undersigned have formed a copart
li nership for the transaction of the ALT
HON 1111(i COMMISSION BUSINESS in the
I eitv of Columbia, under tho name and st vic
j of McDONALD St MCELWEE. Our office
i and store-rooms are situated ou Lulv
! street, first door Wost of the Po?t Office",
j where wo will RIVI *>irict attention to anv '
I business entrust. .1 to our care, and will I
I <nn!eavor to -rive satisfaction to all con- I
cerned. 1>. P. McDOKALU. 1
Au? '? Mu-, .1. ,l_^b-_KLWEE. I
Cutlery: Cutlery! !
At tl,, Siiju u/ il,. i...t.ien I'nd-JjHl. ?
i 4 FU UL assort mont or fable and Pocket,
J\. CUTLERY, SCiS?OK?, Ac, JU store |
! and for sale l..w bv JOHN C. DIAL- |
SPORTSMEN'S ACCOUTREMENTS, j
i A NEW and complete assortment just j
i J\. recen cl.
An elegant assortment ??f FISHING |
I T A C Iv L E-Rods. Reals, Rob?, Hooks,
I Lines. Ac At I .OW PRICKS.
P. ir. KRAFT,
Washington street, opposite old Jail.
I N. B. Manufacturing and repairing
substantially and neatly executed.
I 'TOMAREE RESTAI KA\T!"
j Xe..rt door West of th* I'.,st Office.
TREVET & BERAGHI
ATTOULl) respectfully in for lu their
I \ friends and tho public in general
that tlu-y have opened a RESTAURANT at |
tho above place, where the very best of
everything in the way of eating and drink?
ing can bo obtained at short notice.
CREAM ALE on draught.
LUNCH every ?ay f-oni ll to 1 o'clock.
.Tuly 10 *_
r. w. w.ft@'s
Steam Planing Mill !
I Picken? Street, between Washington and
Plain, Columbia, S. C.
ON hand and furnished toorderat short
notice, all kinds of dressed LUMBER?
; FLOORING, CEILING. SHELVING, WEA
! T HER-BO ARDING, .tc. Also. SASHLS,
i Blinds, Doors, Mantle-piece Mouldings,
j R rickets. Counters, 'fables, Ac.
Having now m operation full sets of the
: most improved machinery, I am prepared
; to turn out FIRST-CLASS WORK, at very
i reasonable figures. All in want of any ma?
terial in mv lino will do well to give me?
call. Aug 1 Imo .
Straw Cutters! Straw Cutten!
\t the Sign of the Golden Pad-Loek.
JUST received, a large variety of Straw
and stalk CUTTERS, udfor tSlwl?*
l,v JOHN C. DIAL
I July 25 __,
Grain Cradles, Grain Fan?, &c.
U the Sign of Ute Golden Pad-Lock.
A FULL ?upplv of GRAIN CRADLES,
1 A Grain Fans, Scythe Blades, Scythe
Stones, Fan Wire, Biddles, ic, m ?toro
and for ?ale low for cash.
I May 26 JOHN 0. DIAL.
- - - . a.8oo'ooo
L ENDOWMENT POLICIES.
' -WWW 4tit>Y<r? |x?<g>*<?- '
? the physical condition jg unexceptionable.
P?S^JSfe ^SSSEW?D ITS
9 APTEB THE WAB.
?ly is a policy of LIFE INSURANCE.
I Washington streets, Columbia, S. C.
STEAW. WOOIi ASO
FUR HATS ! !
CASSURBES ANO TWEEDS !
AT REOUOEB PRICES!
4 1 J|
TT7E offer the balance of our stock ot
Vf SPRING and SUMMER GOODS AT
We have recently made ar lang? aJBition
to our stock of nASSIMEBJS, TWEEDS
and HATS, and will receive, in a feir days,
a large addition to our stock of CLOTH
We hare the Largest assortment of HATS
to be found tn this city, embracing all t L i
known style*. - *ifr
Our Ready-made Goods
Are mostly of oar own manufacture; ano
those desiring to patronize honte produc?
tions are invited to call.
Our stock of FRENCH and E?GLI8H
C ASSOIE RES is large, and we will MAKE
TO ORDER at CORRESPONDING RE?
lt & W. C. SWAFFIELD,
June a _ _ P EDgLLff POW.
CALNAN & KREIIDER,
DEALERS IN hf
Wines, Liquors and Segara.
SELECT GOODS alwavs in store, a nd
never, offered for sale LESS TH A N
Main Street and (tervajs Street.
M. J. CALNAN. CH. KREUDEh.
July lb - _ __
The Lamp of Life and Way to Health.
PURIFY THE BLOOD?
For (Jie cure of all those Ifheases hav?
ing their origin1 in a vitiated eondi
tion of the human system, and those,
arising from any departure from i lie
ines of health, imprudence in living,
over-taxing nature, from too great in?
dulgence of even j kind-eating, drink?
ing, workima-iclierebt/ nature
fers exhaustion. "
THIS chemical extract will be fbunw an
invaluable restorative cordial fur all
diseases arising from an impure state of
the blood. Cutaneous eruptions, such as
Boils, Pimple?. Carbuncles. Postales,
Blotches, Roughness of the Skin, Sealy
Appearance of the Cuticle, Tetter, Ring?
worms and Itching Humors of the Skiu,
this purifier will remove, and impart
I health and a life-glow to the complexion.
For Erysipelas, Scrofula or King's Evil,
Rheumatism, Pains in the Bones, Stiffness
in the Joints, Oki Ulcers, Want of Blood
in the Parts, Syp bib tic Sores and Ulcers,
and Impaired Constitutions arising from
those diseases, ?nd from th? too free use
of mercury. For General Debility, spring?
ing from Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Weak?
ness and Pama in the Stomach, Liver Com?
plaint, or wast cf action in that organ
producing pains in tba aide or back, affect?
ing the kidneys ?md bladder.
Females, at the period df change, will
i Bai 4? tho best restorative to health and
strength, from all those weaknesses and
depressions of mind and body which fol?
low at this time of life.
Persons traveling South or living in warm
climates, and all unacclimated, will find the
Queen's Delight a great protection from
mil those diseases which originate in a
change of climate, diet and life.
its properties as a remedy were first in?
troduced to tho notice of the profession by
Dr. Tkos. Young Simona, of scut h Carolina,
as early as 1028? as a valuable alterative re?
medy iii syphilitic affections, and others re -
quiring use of mercury. Dr. Simons' state?
ments have boen endorsed and extended
by Dr. A- Lopez, of Mobile, and D.H. 1!
Frost, of Charleston. From the reports in
its favor, there seems no reason to doubt
the efficacy of this medicine in Second arv
Svpbilia, Scrofula, Cutaneous Disease,
Chronic Hepatic Affection, and other ooni
For sale by FISHER & HEINlTbH,
June Hi Pharmacista, Columbi*. 8-1
Tiios. P. Walker,
Magistrate aa* Coroner,
Office in Post Office Bouding, Columbia