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VOLUME II-NO. 14^
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Samuel Drouthitt, Groen vii Io C. II.
Wm, Moore, Abbeville C H.
Julius Poppe, Anderson C. H. j
- MM lal ?aiemlttea at tile So*i?a.
We extract the following from the
New York World:
It has long been a favorite theme
with radical leaders .iud nuvr.spapi.-rs,
to point out the sulky ana gloomy
temper of the South, in their social
contact with "Northern" people. We
have often endeavored to provo the
utter falsity of these pretences, and
to show that while our Southern
brethren very naturally dislike nm!
keep aloof from any one who comes
to them in any inimical and domi?
neering temper, they are, and ever
have be-on, ready to meet with kind?
ness and respect, if not actual
cordiality, anybody fforu tho North,
who approaches them in the same
open and friendly spirit.
That thia is true of the intercourse
between our Northern people und
-the men of the South, nobody can
deny who has lived or traveled among
them, over since tlie conclusion of
the war. Wherever an opposite feel?
ing is found, it is almost certain to lie
engendered by that aggressive, pro
pagan ding, puritanic spirit, wbich is
ever exuding-unconsciously in some
cases, we really believe-from every1
word and act of your genuine, self- ;
.appointed, over-righteous dispenser
of patriotism nnd civilization from
the North-especially immaculate
New England. These people go
there, like moral hedge-bogs, rolled
rip in their selfishness, ono moss of
pointed, bristling, nnd offensive pre?
judices, and are astounded and anger?
ed if the Southern people do not
instinctively hug them to their he arts
as the dearest friends thev have on
Of the female portion of Southern
society, there can be no doubt that a
different spirit has been hitherto
manifested to that so universally ex
' : Tiibrlied by the sterner sex. But who
that knows anything of human
nature eon wonder at this? A year
or two forms but a short period in
which to obliterate and forget griefs
?oTieaxt-rending, desolation so ter?
rible, as those which Southern wo?
men have endured. And let not
Northern women glory in the triumph
of better regulated minds, mid boast
Jhat they do not reoi pro cato the deep
estrangement and unforgiveuoss
which still seems to animate the wo?
men bf'the South. Dreadful as have
been the household desolations in
the North created by the war, they
are literally small in comparison to
what Sontheim families have witness?
ed and endured. With ns war was a
thing to shudder and grieve at from
a distance. With Southern women
it was a near, palpable, hideous
reality. While our Northern women
wept over their dreadful bereave?
ments in the paragraphs of news?
papers, the Southern'women saw their
love die amid the horrors of blazing
homes and desolated fields, and now
sit mourning among the ashes of a
lost kindred, lost fortunes, and a lost
cause. How large should be the in?
dulgence on the part of tboso whose
cause has triumphed! How widely
should the gates of conciliation, love,
and mercy oe thrown open, and how
tenderly should we juage of thoa?
who have passed through so tierce
an ordeal! Time and kindness alone
can heal theso deep wounds of the
heart; and that man must be hard?
hearted, indeed, who, under past and
present circnmstaue.es, eau malign < r
misinterpret fhe Southern people,
because their innermost social sanc?
tuaries have not been already covdi
ally opened to him.
Bat the glorious work of recon?
ciliation is going on, sk .ly, but
surely, and we never see the obstruct?
ing cause removed anywhere, buta
corresponding upheaval taken place
of those generous sentiments and in?
stincts which are ever striving-in
both sections -to weld tho peoplo of
this great country into ono fraternal
Forney is terribly exercised. He
onght to be exorcised.
Tte* Representation ?i?t?Uon. j
Speaking of the constitutional
amendment, so-called, the . Chicago
Time* has the following:
The. total population of the United
Slates in I860 tras something ovar
31,000,000; of which the Northern
States have 19,000,000, (including
200,000 "disfranchised" negroes,) and
the Southern ox late slave States had
12,000,000. The latter included 4,000,
000 slaves, twtvtbirds of -which num?
ber were counted in the basis of rep?
resentation. Under the appointment
made upon this basia, the 21 North?
ern States have 156 seats and the 15
Southern States 85 seats? (the total
number of seats being limited by law
Now, by an examination of the
census tables, it will be seen that from
1S50 to 1860 the white population in
the Northern States increased at an
average rate of somewhat over 63 per
cent., while the white population in
thc Southern States increased at an
average rate of only a trifle above 42
per cent. Tlie slave population in?
creased at the rute of 23.43 percent,
while the free negro population in?
creased nt the rate of only 12.29 per j
cont. At tho same relattTC rates of
increase, the tables of population in ;
1870 will stand as follows:
21 Northern States, a-hite?.30,G44,?OO ;
" negroes... 224,0001
Total, North._..10,868,000 1
V, Southern Stati s, whites..11,360,000
44 14 44 negroes. 4,480,000
The basis o? representation then,
as Llie Constitution now stands, will
bo the total population of both sec?
tions, to wit: 4G,708,000, divided by,
241, (tho number of seats,) giving
193,767 for every constituency. It
will thus be senn that, under tho next
apportionment, as the Constitution ?
now stands, the 21 Northern States
will be represented in Congress by ICI
members, and the 15 Southern States
by only 80 members. Instead of the
Northern States losing 23 members,
they will gain 5. and instead of the
Southern States gaining 23, they will
lose 5-and this without any radical
tinkering of the Constitution to bring
about stielt a result.
We have not taken into considera?
tion the new States that will bc admit?
ted before 1870, and which will tend
to make still greater the proportion
of representatives from the Northern
Staten Nor have we referred to the
many causes that have been at work
to change the ratio and relation of
increase, especially in the Southern
States, since thc censos of 1800. We
have calculated the rate of increase
in the Southern negro population at
the general average of the increase of
negroes in a state of freedom shown
hythe census statistics; whereas the
fact is well known to be that, instead
of increasing, the number of negroes
in tho Southern States has greatly
dec re as ed since 1?G0. Good judges
estimate that the negro population of
the South is 1,500,000 leas than it was
j in I860. This fact would still further
i diminish tho proportion of represen
I tatives belonging to that section,
i unless it should bo made up (as we
j think it may be) by an augmented
j general average of the white increase,
These are the conclusions which
j facts oC the past and the certainties of
the present go to establish. They
I illustrate the falsehood and absurdity
I of the only argument the radican
j have ever attempted to make in snp
j port of the proposed amendment to
the Constitution. They show that
I the assumption upon which the pro
j posed amendment is ostensibly based,
j to wit : an increase of the political in?
fluence of the Southern States at the
expense of tho Northern, is a sham
and a deceit, intended to humbug the
people for the benefit of political
I cheats and demagogues.
PASSENGEBS hy the South Carolina
and Wilmington and Manchester trains
can get BREAKFAST at Kingsville on and
after the 2d inst. C. A. SCOTT.
Sept 1 Imo
? PP ASP CONFECTIONERY!
j On Plain Si., near lite Skiper House.
\V t M K assortment of FRENCH CAN
. in , ( H RYSTALIZED FRUITS, RON
'. Ro?S. fte., on hand; and constantly manu
I faetnrtfig. all kinds of CANDIES, wholesal
and ret a ii.
I (lake.", hal ed fresh overy day.
I Tho (?arden attached to tho Confection
' erv ii always open for the sale of
; IC?" &C.
Sept ttf _ _?an,_J!
?\f \ BBLS. Lv Express.
?y) Aug sn JOHN C. SEEP BUS A C<>.
Lernens 1 Lcxacust
r'ST RECEIVED lit
Aug 20 J. C. 8EEOERS \ CO'S.
Bl Express THIS DAY.
AUK 30 tOHN C SEEOERS & CO
THE LAX* or LITE-The glow of health
and beauty is nowhere more perceptible
and beautifally attractive than in the
ruddy, healthful, glowing, beautiful com
plexion of a healthy person. The com*
plcxion is radiant, ?nd tko. lamp of life
burns brightly, so long as it is supplied
with pure bloed. nie Queen's Delight and
Sarsaparilla, the great blood purifier, is a
cleaning and searching medicine-giving
strength to the feeble, invigorating and
restoring the eld; cleansing and purifying
the young. ' The Queen's Delight and Sar?
saparilla is for sate by Fisher A Heinitsh,
MARRIAGE AND CELIB ACT-??
Essay of Warning and Instruction for
! Yoting Hen. Also, Diseases and Abases
I which prostrate the vital powers, with sore
I means of relief. Sent tree of charge in
sealed letter envelopes. Address Dr. J.
SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Associa?
tion, Philadelphia, Pa. Aug 15 Srao
COLGATE'S HONET SOAP.
This celebrated Toilet Soap, in snell
universal demand, is made from the
efcolees* materials, is mild and emol?
lient in its n&tnre, fragrantly scented,
and extremely beneficial in ita action
upon thc skin. For sale by all Druggists
and Fancy Goods Dealers. March 28 Iv
BATCHELORS HAIR DYK.
The Original and Best in tho World.
The only true and perfect HAIR DYE.
Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous.
Produces immediately a splendid Black or
natural Brown, without injuring the bair
or akin. Remedies the ill effects of bad
dyes. Sold by all Druggists. Thogenuine
ls signed William A. Batchelor. Also, RE?
GENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLE
FLEURS, for Restoring and Beautifying
tho Hair. CHARLES BATCHELOR.
Oct 25 ly New York.
TAR TIITE DY TUE FORELOCK.- The
miasma which generates epidemic fevers
is now rising in clouds under the blazing
beams of tho dog day sun. Every living
body, as well as refuse animal and vegeta?
ble matter, emits unwholesome vapors,
and in crowded cit ios and the dense assent
blages which business and pleasure call
together, the elements of disease are
evolved. Tho pressure upon every vital
orgau is never so ^roat as in the second
and third months of summer, and common
sonso teaches us that these organs require
to be reinforced to meet it.
Wo hold our lives, so to speak, on a
repairing l?ate, and thia is tho season whee
the process of dilapidation is wost rapid
and repairs are most required. Therefore
build up, prop and sustain the powers of ?ia
lure with that mighty vegetable recipe
rant, HOSTETTER'B BITTERS. HO who takes
it may be said to clotho himself in sanitary
mail, against which epidemic disease wil
hurl its poisoned shafts in vain. This is
no gratuitous assertion, but a great inedi
eal fact, attested by twelve years' expo
rienco in every clir-ate of the babitablt
globo. Extremos ? umpcrature alway:
disturb tho functions of tho stomach, tin
bowels, tho liver and the skin. It isthrougl
tbeso that tho most dangerous maladie,
assail us. Tono them in advance witl
UOSTETTER'S BITTERS, and defy heat am
malaria. Sop'. 7 Vo
A NEW AND GRAND EPOCU IN MEDICINE.
Dr. Maggiei is the founder of a new un di
cal system! The quantitarians, whose vas
internal doses enfeeble tho stomach am
paralyze the bowels, must give prccedonc
to the man who restores health and appe
tito, wi.li from one to two of his extraordi
nary Pills, and cures tho mopt vinden
sores with a box or so of his wonderful an
all-healing Salve. These two great spec:
flea of the Doctor aro fast superseding al
the stereotyped nostrums of thc day. Ex
traordinary cures by Maggicl's Pills an
Salve havo oponed thc eyes of the publie t
the inefficiency of the (so-called) remedie
of others, and upon which people havo s
long blindly depended. Maggicl's Rilli ar
not of tho class that aro swallowed by th
dozen, and of which every box full take:
creates an absolute necessity for anothci
One or two of Maggicl's Pills suffices t
place the bowels in perfect order, tone th
stomach, create an appetite and render th
spirits light and buoyant. There ii n
griping and no reaction in the form of coi
htipation. If the liver is affected, its him
tiona are restored; and if the nervous sy?
tero is feeble, it is invigorated, rids la?
quality makes tho medicines very dosirabl
for the wants of delicate females. Ulcero v.
and eruptive diseases aro literally extii
guished by the disinfectant power of Ma)
Kiel's Salve. In fact, it is here announce
that Mag gier* Bilious, Dytpep'ic and Bia
rheta Pills cure whore all others fail. Wiri
for barns, scalds, chilblains, cuts and s
abrasions of tho akin MaggieVt Salte is n
j fallible. Sold by J. Maggiei, 11 Pine stree
I New York, and all druggists, at 2? con
i per box. July 2? ly
REAL FLAVOBING EXTRACTS of L
mon, Pine Apple, Vanilla, Strawbcrr.
] Almond, Ac. Jnst received and tor sab? i
fair prices by J A T. R. AGNEW.
I July 22
Spades, Shovels and Manure Forks.
ff f\ DOZ AMES' SPADES and SHO
25 doz. Rowland'? and Thomas' Spades
25 doz. Manare Forks, assorted qualities.
Jost received sud for sale low by
Sept 6 _J. A T. R, AGNEW.
Paints. Oils, Window Glass, &c.
FOUR THOUSAND lbs. pure WHITE
200 gallons Raw and Boiled linseed Oil.
100 gallons Spirits Turpentine.
With a full assortment of Dry and Ground
Paints, consisting in part of Chrome
Green, Paris Green, Chrome Yellow, Drop
black, Lampblack, Litharge, Venetian Red,
Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Umber,
Sienna, Vandyke Brown, Prussian Bine,
VermilUon, Black Lead, Pumice Stone, Pa?
tent Dyes, Ac.
A foll assortment of Carriage and furni?
ture Varnishes-Japan Window Glass, Paint
Brushes, Ac. Por sale low bv
Sept 6_J. A T. R. AGNEW'.
ijji KITS EXTRA NO. 1 NEW MACK.E
20 kits No. 1 new Mackerel. Just re?
ceived and for sale low bv
Sept 5 _ J\. AT. R. AGNEW.
Butter, Lard and Fulton
CHOICE MOUNTAIN BUTTER.
Prime Leaf Lard.
! First quality Fulton Market Beef.
Large Pickled Ox Ton cues. J ust received
and for sale by Jjfc T. It^AGNEW._
Soap! Soap! Soap!
ONE HUNDRED boxes ?rel quality
FAMILY SOAP, juRt received and for
sale low bv the box and at retail bv
_Scpt 5 J. A T. R. AGNEW^
Sugar and Coffee?
ONE HUNDRED bbl*. REFINED SU?
GARS, consisting of ('rushed, Pow
I dered. Granulated and Rxtra Coffee Kugats.
50 bbls. Muscovado Sugars.
100 bags Rio, Maracaibo anti .lava Oof
: fees. On hand and tor sale at lowpricesby
I Sept5_ J. AT. R. AGNEW.
!TA1 BBT.S. CHOICE NEW FLOUR.
' OU a. from new wheat, just received and
I for salejow by J. A T. lt. AGNEW.
I7JOR tho information of all concerned,
we stat-- that our terms are ('ASH BE
I FORK DELIVERY OF GOODS. Orders
acutus from country ?ind elsewhere VMII
receive no attention unless act jinpanied.
! Kitti CUfih t<> ??tty th-- hill.
Aug 12 .1. A T. lt. AGNEjy.
Segars, Tobacco. Sec
-r/\ /a/,./>i SEGARS, assorted from
OvJ?v "v/v " common to choice.
Together with a good assortment of
Chewing and Smoking TOBACCO,euibrac
ing tin' celebrated Durham Smoking, Jenny
Lind and Solace Chewing. For sale at
wholesale and retail at low prices bv
j July ?1 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
I REAL CANTON GUNGEE.
2CASES genuine CANTON GINGER.
Just received ami for sale at fair prices
! bv J. A T. R. AGNEW,
j July 22 _
Hie and Porter.
ONE HUNDRF.Ddozcn London PORTER
ami Edinbnrg ALE. .lust received and
I for sale bv J. A T. R. AGNEW.
I July 22'
i Jellies, Pine Apple, &c.
, pi ENUINE RASPBERRY, real PEAR,
\~JC genuine Banana, real Orange, gena
' inc Pino Apple, real Plum and genuine
I Apple JELLIES; also, genuine Pine Apph
i and real Peaches, in heiaietically-sealod
eau*. .lust received aud for 6alo at fair
prices bv J. A T. R. AGNEW.
! July 21
Cream Tartar, Soda, &c.
REAL CREAM TARTAR, genuine SODA
an 1 real SAUER AT US. Just received
and for sah- by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
July 21 "_
Hubs, Spokes, Felloes.
TUST RECEIVED, a full assort meut ol
Hnbs, Spokes and Felloes, enitabl?&i
j Carriage ana Wagon-makers, winch will bt
I sold at a small advance on coot,
j July lt J. A T. R. AGNEW.
j Mustard! Mustard!!
IC ASE FRENCH MUSTARD, and a full
assortment of I/ondon Mustard, in bot
; iles, cana and in bulk, just received pvt
j steamer, and for sale low by
July ll J. & T. R. AGNEW.
AFULL assortment rd best quality
. Cast Steel CIRCULAR SAWS, from i
' to 52 inches in diameter, just received ami
for sale low hy J. A T. R. AGNEW.
j FIRE & BURGLAR PROOF SAFES,
THE undersigned have been appointee
agents tor these superior SAFES
These Safes aro mad. with three flanges
all other san* have but two. Thev have
Powder Proof Looks, and the locks ant
bolts aro protected with plates of hardenet
? steel, which is tho only protection agaie.si
the burglars drill and the insertion of pow
der. Also, warranted free fr m dampness
While those Sales have no superior ii
quality, they arc furnished M. mod?r?t,
prices-at least 25 to 33$ per cent, les-? that
Herring's and other makers, while tin
quality cannot bc surpassed.
A sample Safe cnn I"1 seen at our store
and orders will be taken at Now i'orl
I prices, with expenses of transportatioi
i added, and no charge for forwarding ii
! Charleston. J Si T. R AGNEW
JETNA, LIFE I?
Asse to, Jnne, 1866.
Income for year ending June, 1SGG, o vi
1QQK POLICIES issue,! in June, 1866.
*00<Lr Fifty per cent, dividend declare
TEN PAYMENT LIFE AND AI
?*MMI N- FORF
$20,000 will be insured us a single Lite, whet
THIS IS THE ONIJY NORTHERN <
Tbe only certain provision for your fan
Do not delay to place thoso near and ?
chance. Call on
July 22 3mo Corner of Assembly at
having lea.-? d tho above
named PO PC LAR HOTEL,
_begs leave to inform her
former patrons and the traveling public
Sinorallv that she will be prepared for tho
ECEPTION OF VlsrrOlUS ou and after
The table will be snpplied with tho best
the markets afford, and no effort epared
to make it A FIRST-CLASS HO US 2.
Mas. D. C. SPECK,
Columbia, S. C., September 1, lfifiC.
HAVING DISPOSED of mv nOUSE for
a term of years to Mrs. t>. C. SPECK,
wiio is well known in the city, ?nd to tbe
public at large, as a popular Hotel-keeper
and a wort hy lady, I take great pleasure in
recommending her to mv friends and t!w> j
public generally, and feel no hesitation in
Maying, one visit to her House will induce
another. Call and give her a trial.
In taking leave of my friends and na?
trons, fur Mrs. Shiver, I return grateful
thanks, and recommend Mrs. Speck as her
successor. \V. SHIVER.
PASSENGERS arriving ia
Columbia on the different
Railroads will find Omni?
buses, Carriages and Baggage
Wagons in readiness to con?
voy them to and front his
Hotel, FREE OF CHARGE
Responsible persons in at?
tendance to receive Checks
T. S. N1CKERSON,
Aug 1J Imo
Near fae Greenville and Charleston
COLUMBIA, H. C.
THE publie in informed that the
above hotel h^is just been finished,
.and contains new furniture through?
out, for tho accommodation of TRANSIENT
and REGULAR BOARDERS. Th.- very
best that the markets afford will be found
on bis table, prepared in excellent i-tyle.
Passengers will bo oouv ved to and from
eitlMM the depots FREE* OF CHARGE.
Also/VEHICLES furnished to carry pas?
sengers to anv part of the town or couatrv.
line WI N?S. LIQUORS, CIGARS, TO?
BACCO, etc., eau be obtained in the Sam?
ple Room connected with tho hotel.
AUK 7_R. JOINER, Proprietor.
I A aaa m ixxxlt^oxx x
ANEW and complete assortment jutd
An elegant assortment of FISHING
TACKLE-Rode. Reels. Bob? nooks,
Lino?, Ac. At LOW PRICES.
P. W. KRAFT.
Washington street, opposite old Jai!.
N. B.-Manufacturiu;; and repairing
1 substantially and neatly executed.
Next thor West of the Post Office.
TREVET & BERACHII
WOULD respectfully inform their
friends and the public in general
! that they have opened a RESTAURANT at
j the above place, where tho very best of
I everything ni the way of eating and drink
! iuK eau be obtained at short notice,
j CREAM ALE on draught.
LUNCH L\^xy dav from ll to 1 o'clock.
July lt) '_
I Grain Cradles, Grain Fana, &c.
vii the Sign of the (iolde-n Fad-?sick.
A FULL supply of GRAIN CRADLES,
J\. Grain Pam*,Scythe Blades, Scythe
Stones, Fan Wire, Riddles, ?e., in store
and for sale low for eosb.
May -2o JOHN C. DIAL.
-t ?~\ GROSS, wholesale and retail.
JA J Aug 3 SBECTEttSk CO.
; CASKS Joungers ?V Co.'s EDIN
I Jj Jj BURGH. J. 0. 8EEOEB3 *CO.
DIVIDENDS declared and paid annually,
id January 1, 18Go.
X ENDOWMENT POLICIES.
retie physical condition is anexccptioualde
COMPANY THAT RENEWED TTS
IS AFTER THE W AR.
lily is a policy of LITE INSURANCE.
lear above the contingencies of accident or
H. E. NICHOLS, Agent.
id Washington streets, Colnmbia, 8. C.
STRAW, WOOL AND
FUR JHATS ! !
CASSI1EIUSS AND TWEEDS !
! AT REDUCED PB1CES!
VSvB offer the balance of our stock ol
YV SPRING and SUMMER GOODS AT
We have reeentlv made a l?rge addition
to oar stock of CASSIMERES, TWEEDS
and HATS, and will receive, in a few divs,
a large addition to ?ur stuck of CLOTH?
We have the largest assortment of HATS
to bo found in this city, embracing a tl t . .
Our Ready-made Goods
Are mostly of our own manufacture . :UH\
those desiring to patronize home produc?
tions sro invited to call.
Our stock of FRENCH and ENGLISH
CASSIMERES is large, and we will MAKE
TO ORDER at CORRESPONDING RE?
R. & W. C. SWAFFlELi),
?Tune 2_ BEDELL'S BOY.".
CALW & KRWBER.
Wines, Liquors and Segara.
SELECT GOODS always ra store, and
noTor offered for sale I.ESS THAN
Afain Street and Gervais Sift >?:.
M. J. CALNAN. CH. EREU1 ?El;
The Lamp of Life and Way to Health.
Ear the cure of all those Diseases ?/ur?
ina their origin in a vitiated condi?
tion ff the human system, and those
arising from any departure from the
lates of health, imprudence in living,
over-taxing nature, from too great in?
dulgence of every kind-ealing, drinn -
ing, working-whereby nature s*f
THIS chemical extract will be fount? an
invaluable restorative cordial tor all
diseases arising from an impure stat? oi
the blood. Cutaneous eruptions, suds as
Boils, Pimples, Carbuncles. Pustuh .-.
Blotches, Roughness of the Skin, Scaly
Appearance or the Cuticle, Tetter, King
worms and Itching Humors of the Shin,
this purifier will remove, and impart
health and a life-glow to the complexion.
Por Erysipelas, Scrofula- or King's Evil,
Rheumatism, Pains in the Boues, tttiffu. s?
in the Jomtcs, Old Ulcers, Want of Blood
in tue Parts, Syphilitic Sores and Ulcers,
and Impaired Constitutions arising from
those diseases, ana from the too free use
of mercury. Por General Debility, spring?
ing from Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Weak?
ness aud Pains in tUu Stomach, Liver Com?
plaint, or want of action in that organ
producing pains in the side or back, atleer
lng the kidneys and bladder.
Females, at tho period of chang--, v. i'd
find it the best restorative to heal; Ii and
strength, from all those weaknesses .ni
depressions of mind and body which ? >i
low at this time of life.
Persona tra* chug South or living in wann
chin?tes, and all unaccliniated, will lind ibo
Queen's Delight a great protection from
all thoso diseases which originate io a
chango of climate, diet ami life.
its properties as a remedy were first ir.
troduoed to the notice of the profession by
Dr. Thos. Young Simons, of South Carolina,
as early as 1S2S, as a valuable alterativo n -
modv io syphilitic affections, and ?.;!:.?;: re?
quiring use tl mercury. Dr. Simon?' state
ments have m en endorsed and extended
by Dr. A. Lopez, of Mobile, and D. ti. !;.
Frost, of Charleston. From the reports in
its favor, there seems no reason to doubt
the efficacy of this medicino in Secondary
Syphilis, Scrofula, Cutaneous Diseases,
Chronic Hepatic Affections and other com?
plaints bo&brited bv alterative medicines.
1 For sale by FISHER .V IlEiNlTSH,
June 29 Pharmacists, Columbia, S. C.
Thos. P. Walker,
Magistrate and Coronep,
Office in Post Ofibe Building, Columbi i