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BY JULIAN A. SELBY
COLUMBIA, S. 0., TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 2. 1867.
VOLUME III-NO. ll.
PUBLISHED DAILY AND THI-WEEKLY.
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BY JULIAN A. SELBY,
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J. M. Allen, Greenville.
Signs of tlic Times.
Tho Chnrlotto (N. C.) Times lins
tho following sensible remarks:
The weather for tho .last few days
has been very favorablo to the wheat.
From all directions, wo hear tho most
flattering accounts of tho growing
crops. Cotton is backward and the
stand not good, but it ia still timo to
securo that. Wo aro glad to know
that all tho planters in this and the
sections contiguous, havo givcu moro
than tho usual attention to corn this
season. Tho timo for great profit
out of tho fleecy staple, we think, has
passed. Tho immeuso held opened
to its cultivation in Judia, Egypt,
Brazil and other countries, will greatly
reduce the price, and those in this
country who place all their hopes on
, this ono article, to tho exclusion of
meat and grain, will be woefully, dis?
appointed. Wo need moro bread
stuffs, for, from tho signs of tho
times, we can safely predict a largo
emigration to this country during
tho fall and winter. Enterprises of
various descriptions aro under con?
templation. Mining on a moro ex?
tensive scale than ever known in this
region will bo prosecuted. Already
have many mines been sold to per?
sons who will work thom, and nil the
laborers will have to bo fed. From
what we can gather from reliablo I
sources, we eau safely predict that j
5,000 persons will be engaged in that
ono branch of business in this County
within the next twelve months. Wo
are now at the crisis (in a business
point of view) of our fate. Wo havo
reached tho lowest segment in the
wheel-the next revolution will bo
upward. Our prospects aro tinged
. with the silver lining. In order to
do justice to our grand resources,
we must have enough to eat and to
spare, which can only be done by
cultivating provisions on an enlarged
t scale. lu less than five years, the
.population of this County will be
doubled, and with this increase must
our thriving and enterprising city go
.up. Wo havo croaked enough. The
times aro hard; money has been and
< is scarce; but with tho flue weather
and the harvesting of tho growing ]
crops, all our fears will bc dissipated,
and a relaxation in tho money mar?
ket take place that will fill our streets
again with wagons and our stores with
DISMISSAL, OF THE INJUNCTION CASE.
Thc correspondent of the Baltimore
It has heretofore boen stated that
the United States Supremo Court
gave no reason for dismissing the
Georgia and Mississippi injunction
hills, thus leaving tho public to its
own conjectures regarding the course
of that tribunal. These reasons have
not yet been written, and will not be
known officially until the next term
of the. court; but from what has
transpired since its adjournment,
there seems to be no doubt of the
fact that the justice who desired the
tiling of an amended bill in the Mis?
sissippi case did so on tho ground
that it hud no relevancy to tho origi?
nal bill, and was not supported by
proof that Gen. Ord iutended to
seize the property of tho Stute; and
besides, it was considered that if
such a course should bo pursued by
Gen. Ord, the remedy would be in un
application for un injunction apart
from considerations connected with
the reconstruction nets, as in the ease
of the State of Texas, to which un
injunction was granted on the basis of
tho complainant, who prayed that
the writ might issue to restrain the
payment of certain Texas bonds rep?
resented to havo been fraudulently
obtained during tho rebellion.
Doubtful-tho report that the
honorable. Kelley had been tele?
graphed by tho radical committee
North to cease speaking at once, and
return to his home.
The Philadelphia Agc publishes
tho following extract from tho mi?
nutes of tho committee that investi?
gated the Conover case:
"Why," asked tho Judiciary Com?
mittee, of Wm. Campbell, "did you
mako this false nffidnvit?"
"That," replied Campbell, "will
require a little explanation. I was
informed by Mr. Conover that Judge
Holt had offered a reward of $100,000
for the capture of Jefferson Davis :
that now Davis was taken, they had
not enough against him to justify
them in what they had done; that
Judge Holt wanted to got witnesses
to provo that Davis was interested in
the assassination of President Lin?
coln, so as to justify him in paying
THE DISCONTENT IN IRELAND.-Mr.
Bright, in tho House of Commons,
on May 3, presented a petition from
a number of English gentlemen of ed?
ucation and position, attributiug the
Fepian outbreak to tho chronic stato
of discontent which prevailed in
Ireland, and praying for a revision
of tho sentence already passed upon
the Fenians. Mr. Bright said he
concurred in tho views of tho peti?
tioners. Several attempts weremado
to prevent tho reading of the peti?
tion, but they were overruled. It is
to bc hoped that England may some
day open lier eyes to the'real cause
of Irish discontent, and by relaxing
harsh laws and adopting a generous
line of policy, wiu tho love of n rnce
always most susceptible to kindness
and humano treatment.
GENERAI? WILCOX A TRUE Somma.
At the Suit Works resido the widow
and family of our lamented Stewart,
that "prince of cavaliers," as he has
been dubbed by universal consent.
With a delicacy of respect deserving
imitation, General -Wilcox, who was
one of,thc parly,> requostod .per?
mission to wait on this soldier's Ivl
dow in testimony of the admiration
and esteem with which her honored
husband was regarded, and, in com?
pany with a mutual friond, tendered
his respects. The visit was received
in the same spirit by which it was
inspired, and terminated after a few
minutes spent in pleasant conver?
sation.-Jitter in Lynchburg Neus.
IlEDEMlTION OF MUTILATED CUR?
RENCY.-The business in the office of
tho Comptroller of tho Curreuoy is
greatly retarded by tho action of
banks in sending mutilated currency
iu for redemption, without complying
with the requirements of the circular
issued in September, 18GC. Muti?
lated national bank notes sont to tho
Comptroller's office for redemption
should be sent in amounts of $500 or
its multiple, and should be cancelled
in nil cases before sending, by cutting
out the signatures of tho officers.
When this is not done, they arc inva?
ENGLISH WORKMEN AT THE PAMS
ExHinmON.-An arrangement has
beeir made with the English and
French railroads, with the Imperial
Commission which controls the Ex?
hibition, and with persons who sup?
ply food and lodging, under which
200 English workingmen per week
may go to Paris, live in a pleasant
hall, spend a week in sight-seeing,
and come back again, for seven dol?
lars and a half, gold. All they will
have to purchase for themselves is
their food and an Exhibition ticket,
and the estimated cost of the week's
excursion is about fifteen dollars.
MR. SEWARD.-A Buffalo paper
says twenty-three years ago Secretary
Seward visited Carthage, Jefferson
County, and called at the house of
Andrew Walsh, whoso wife had just
given birth to three daughters. Tho
Secretary complied to n request to
name the trio. Two of th?se? daughters
survive, and lust Christmas they
wrote to (he Secretary a pleasant
letter, reminding him of tho fact
referred to. Mr. Soward replied
kindly, and n few days ugo sent each
of them n Bible and two fifty dollar
five-twenty United Slates bonds.
SENATOR WILSON.-Tho beautiful
city at the foot of Lookout treated
the distinguished gentleman from
Middlesex County, Massachusetts,
badly. Notwithstanding his arrival
was telegraphed some two hours in
advance, when the train reached the
depot Micro was not a radical in sight
to do him reverence or hear him
speak, and ho passed on his journey
sud and sorrowful, and much dis?
! The wife of Batazzi, tho Italian
I Premier, has brought her husband
to considerable grief by publishing
a novel highly libellous on other
ladies, whoso malo friends and kin?
dred havo thereforo challenged Bataz
zi. Tho Iremier has fought ono
duel, and fourteen others pending
hnvo been submitted to a "jury of
RECOGNIZED.-It is said that Gov.
Marvin, of Florida, Senator elect,
has been permitted by the Post
mnstcr-Genernl to frank all his mnil
matter, which is regarded as deter?
mining tho rights of the Southern
States aud those who represent them,
in ndvauce of Congress and tho
courts. By n receut decision of tho
Supremo Court, Texas has also beeu
Madame Ristori, previous to her
departure to Europe ou Saturday,
signed a contract to appear under
tho management of Mr. Gran, during
tho next scason, at the Grand Tacon
Theatre, Havana, and tho United
States. So it appears that sho does
not intend to retiro from tho stage,
as was stated by some of tho New
The Now Orleans Crescent, in a re?
cent leader, discusses the relations,
present and prospective, of tho West
Indies to the Uuited States; and pre?
dicts that, ere long, Cuba will be our?;
that when this country next shall
offer 8100,000,000 for the gem of tho
Antilles, lier Catholic Majesty will
pocket the money aud part with her
Tho first chime of bells in America
was presented to Christ Church, Sa?
lem street, Boston, 123 years ago.
The bcjls exist iu a good state of pre?
servation. Tho inscription upon the
third tenor roads: "Wo are tho first
ring of bells cast for the British Em?
pire in North America, A. D. 177;4."
The Lynchburg Virginian sa^s:
"The Philadelphia excursionists, on
leaving here Saturday morning,
placed in the hands of Presidents
Owen and Barbour two checks for
8500 each, to be distributed among
tho poor. They will be gratefully
remembered for this beneficence."'
A young elephant arrived in Ha?
vana a few days ugo, and going up
the street, stopped into a saloon,
thrust his trunk into a cask of lager
beer, drank it nil up, and left without
It is announced that the Sultan bas
granted to tho Vicoroy of Egypt the
title of King. A few moro measures
of this kimi would make the inde- i
pendence of Egypt complete.
OSK of onr now and useful INSECT I
SHIELDS and M?SQUITO BARS.
They are invaluable to the nursery or sick
room; ure adapted to beds, lounges, cribs
and cradles, without fixtures or supports;
as a protection against lliea, aro specially
useful for hotels, restaurants or private
tables. Made of all sizes, can ho folded
and packed without injury in any ordinary
carpet-bag; are ready for uso at all timee
and in all places, without Adjustment or
Another supplv of tho FIVE DOLLAR
CLOTHES-WASH ER and RINSER, with
and without wringers.
Just received, tho PEOPLE'S CLOTHES
W'RIN'OER, with olastic cork rollore and
cog wheels. Not liablo to injnry or soften?
ing by hot water, like the rubber rollers.
As cheap as the cheapest.
The Novelty Sowing Machine, Just out; j
well adapted for all family sewing; docs
thoroughly all the work of the high-priced
inVohines. Price $10.
liartlett's superior higlily-fiiilshed Pa?
tent Reversible Sewing Machine. A beau?
tiful and completo household friend.
Tho public generally, and ladies spe?
cially, aro respectfully requested to call
and examino the working of the above ma?
chines. Any of the above packed and Bent
to any part of the State, upon the receipt
of the prices named, fla? Agents wanted.
JOEL KETCHEM, Ja.,.A- CO.,
General Stato AgentB,
Stenhouse'* Building, Columbia.
May 10 _ t
cial and other circulars, in the various
forms-note, letter aud commercial
post-neatly printed in our Job
Office, and all work of this descrip?
tion finished in the best style of print?
ing, and at moderato prices.
C. E REED
HAS just returned with a
frosh and superior stock of
French, English and Ameri?
can MILLINERY, in all varie?
ties. Also, LADIES' WEARS;
superior Silk Coverings, at all
prices; Hair Braids, Coils,
Waterfalls, Curls, Netts. Ac;
all of which will be sold VERY
DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DE?
SPATCH. April 17 t3mo
THREE months from dato, application
will bo made for renewal of CERTIFI?
CATE No. 57, for 13 id ia rcs in tho AugUBta
and Columbia Railroad, dated Juno 18,
1800, tho original having boon lost or mis?
laid. G. G. NEWTON.
March 31 m3mo
THE public esteem in which PAJSK
NIN'S HEPATIC BTTTEH8 aro held, ia
another proof of their excellence as a
Tonic. They aro recommended by physi?
cians generally, and havo nover disap
?ointcd those who have mado uso of them,
hoy givo sure and spocdy relief in nausea,
sick headache, dyspepsia and uh similar
complaints. For salo hy all drn^gistB.
April 14 mly Dn. C. H. MIOT. Agent.
GIVE NATURE A LlPT-Peoplo
expect too much of nature. They trido
with their health and their constitutions,
and then are surprised that they fall sick. ,
Tho pressure of constant mental or.bodily
labor upon tho animal powers is tremen?
dous. Yory few systems ami constitutions
can bear np against this pressure, unas- '
sieted. Add to this the unhealthy influ?
ences which lurk unseen in tho air wo
breathe, the water wo drink, tho lassitudo
produced at this Boason by thc chango ]
from tho rigor of winter to tho warmth of j
spring, and it would seem to require almost ;
superhuman vigor to keep in perfect
health without reinforcing thc physical 1
energies, lint how rcinforco them? Ccr- ,
tainly not with adulterated stimulants.
There is no poison in tho outer air, or in '
tho atmosphere of furnace-heated rooms,
or work-shops, or factories, so pernicious
ah those deadly-burning fluids.
Why use them, when
HOSTETTERS STOMACH BITTERS,
A vegetable tonic without alloy, aro every?
where obtainable? Nothing hae ever been
offered to the feeble and debilitated so
harmless in its nature, so powerful in its
invigorating effects, as this celebrated
STOMACHIC and ALTERATIYE.
In thc army and tho navy, in new settle?
ments and in crowded cities, by old and
young, rich and poor, it is used aa a PRO?
TECTIVE aud RESTORATIVE MEDI?
CINE, with most gratifying results.
TO ."MA Kit Y Oil NOT TO MAURY!
WHY NOT? Serious Reflections for
Young Men, in Essays of the Howard As?
sociation, on thc Physiological Errors,
Abuses and Disoases induced by ignorance
of nature's laws, in tho first ago of man.
Sent in scaled lotter ?nvelopes, Trco of
charge. Add ref* Dr. J. SKI I.LIN HOUGH?
TON. Howard Association, Philadelphia,
Pa. May 19 3mo
BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE.-This
splendid Hair Dye is the best in tho world.
The only (rue and perfect Dye-harmless,
reliable, instantaneous. No disappoint?
ment. No ridiculous tints. Natural black
or brown. Remedies tho ill effects of bad
dyes. Invigorates tho hair, leaving it soft
and beautiful. The genuine is signed W?
liam A. Bateador. All others aro mero
imitations, and should ho avoided. Sold
bj al! druggists and perfumers. Factory
81 Barclay street, Now York. 93- Beware
of a counterfeit._ _Dec_ll ly
Agricultural and Horticultural Im?
At the Sign of the Golden Pad-Lock.
ALARGE SUPPLY of tho above, con?
sisting in part of PLOW8, HARROWS,
FAN MILLS, GRAIN CRADLES, Scythes,
Straw Cutters, Corn shellers.
Pruning Saws and Knives, Ladies' Gar?
den Tools, in setts and pairs; Transplant?
ing Trowels and Forks, Spades, Spading
Forks, RaV?s, Hoes, Lines, Ac. In store
and for sale LOW for CASH bv
April 5 JOHN" C. DIAL.
THREE THOUSAND CUSTOMERS.
Merchants and those engaged in
other pursuits, who desire that their
goods or their business services
should be daily brought to the atten?
tion of three or four thousand read?
ers, ought to advertise in the Phoenix,
which circulates in every District in
tho State, and more especially in
those which have constant communi?
cation with Columbia. This is worth
Wm TO DAY.
FULTON MARKET SMOKED BEEF
and TC 1UES.
Tubs choice GOSHEN BUTTER, at 40c.
Bags and pockets JAVA COFFEE, at 4Ue.;
a fresh lot-superior.
Rbis, and boxes Breakfast Bacon.
Milk, Butter, Trenton, Sugar, Wine and
Hocker's Self-raising FLOUR-genuine.
Bbls. Jersey Peach-blow Potatoes.
And for safe at FAIR PRICES by
March 28_C. H. BALDWIN A CO.
HARDWARE AT COST.
THE balance of our t
stock of HARDWARE
?will he sold at COST. -
?7* STATE BILLS TAKEN AT PAR. -**
March 29_ E. ft G. P. HOPE.
' SUGAR-CUBED HAMS f
PURE LEAF LARD.
BACON STRIPS and SIDES. Terms
cash. JOHN C. SEEOERS A CO.
JUST RECEIVED, and for salo, tho fol?
lowing elmira article*):
FREN Cl! BRANDY,
OLD CABINET WHISKEY,
M Holland Oin,
" Jamaica Kum,
" Port Wine,
" Sliorrv "
Claret " "
And all kinds of
ALE and CIGARS,
Alwave on hand.
LUNCH EVERY DAY, from ll to 1
Velock. May 2
LOVERS of THE GOOD THINGS OF
THIS LIFE can havo their wants sup?
plied at tho aboTe-named RESTAURANT.
Everything connected with tho house is in
l)cst order. MEALS served at short notice,
Private dinner and suppor rooms att ached,
OYSTERS, FISH, GAME and MEATS
prepared in every Stylo.
The bcBt o? SVINES, LIQUORS, ALE,
choico SEGARS and TOBACCO on hand.
*?_ FREE LUNCH evcrv dav at ll
?'clock. T. M.. POLLOCK,"Proprietor
"? MAT or BUSY LIVE''-A VALU A
DLE AxxuAli ATLAS.-No one, who
resides within reach of a daily mail,
should fail to subscribe for tho PJur
)tix. On the various railroads con?
c?n tratiug in this city, it furbishes
to subscribers the latest news by tele?
graph and mail from all parts of the
United States and Europe, including
full market reports frorii tho princi
pal cities. Those whoso mail facili?
ties aro restricted should subscribe
for that excellent family paper, tho
Gleaner, containing eight pages
forty-eight columns-of reading mat
ter, in quarto form, suitable for bind
iug. At the end of the year, sub?
scribers may have a volume (or two, | f
if they prefer it,) which will be a
complete record of the events of the
year, valuable for reference, as well
as an excellent literary collection of
tales, sketches, kc. . .
Lime, Cement and Plaster. -
JU8T received, a fresh supplv of best !
STONE LIME, ROSENDALE CEMENT }
and CALCINED PLASTER. In atore and \
for salo cheap for cash by
April 4 JOHNJ3. DIAL. J
THE BOTTLED WATER \
Of Bockbridge Alum Springs, Va. f
THESE MINERAL WATERS havo an
established reputation for very high j
curative virtues in all the following classes ?
of disease, and nn being au ABHOLUTE
SPECIFIC in several of them, viz:
Scrof ula, and all tho forms of Glandular J
Swelling? and Cutaneous Eruptive Disease, | \
Erysipelas, Tetter, Eczema, Ac, Chronic
Diarrhoea and Dysentery, Dyspepsia, Kron
chitts, Chronic Thrush, Affections of the J
Kidneys and Hadder, Dropsy and Piles. In \
all amende conditions of tho system and ' '
broken-down states of tho constitution,
losa of appetite and general nervous pros?
tration, their powers and virtue an & Re?
storative mav bo safely pronounced to be
WITHOUT A KNOWN RIVAL amongst
the mineral waters of the world.
They aro especially indicated in tho whole
das? of ailments peculiar to tho Female
The SpringH Pamphlet, with Analysis ol >'
Professor Hayes, ol Boston, and lottere of ?
Dr. Cartwright, of New Orleans; Professor P
[.abell, of tho University of Virginia; Dis.
Moorman and Graham! of Virginia; Drs.
r. G. Thomas aud Thomas Addis Emmett,
nf New Y'ork, and of other distinguished
men of the clergy and other professions,
ibundautly attest what is here said of the
virtues of this water.
Can be had on application to the Agents.
The Alum Mass, or Salts of the Water.
Tia sc Salt? are now put np In $2 and Hi
dal?, sealed and stamped with ibo Springs'
.teal, to prevent ail mistake, ami sent at
Ufos? prices, postage paid, to any oftlee in
the United states, ami, at the price, is
much thu cheapest form of obtaining the fi
One Imx of water will la.-1 seven weeks, t
u om- pint daily. t
PURCELL, LADD St CO., Wholesale
Druggists, Richmond, Va.; A. B. Rucker, b
Lynchburg. Va.;COLEMAN St RODGERS, fi
Baltimore, Md.; HEGEMAN A-CO., Drug?
gists, New York, are kept in regular supply
if the Water and Powders direct from the
err Orders sent to either of tho above
liouscs or to the proprietors, must hoi
ieeompanied with the money, as no ac-1 t
;ountH will bo kept. t
CAUTION. -In ordering the Water.it
?viii not do simply to order "A box of Alum
Water." If you want this water, bo care?
ful to say "Rockbridge Alum Water," and
to also of tho Salts or Mass.
Tho Springs will bo open on tho 1st of
lune. Capt. H. W. Salo will continuo as [
lieretoforo General Superintendent. He is
well known to tho springs going public.
FRAZIER St RANDOLPH,
May 7 2mo Proprietors.
FISHER & LOWRANCE,
COLUMBIA, S. O.
LOW for CASH by
JMay21 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
FRESH SODA. BUTTER and MILK
GINGER CAKES, NUTS, Ac. For salo
y FISHER ft LOWRANCE.
HOUNTRY TANNED BRIDLE, BLACK,
U UPPER, KIP and RUSSET LEA
?HER. FISHER A LOWRANCE.
PRIME CAROLINA RICE for salo by
JMny 23 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
XC\ BALES nAY.
.JXJ GUI) buslicls CORN. For salo LOW
>y FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Corn, Flour andPeas!
FOR salo by FISHER ft LOWRANCE.
POUR THOUSAND LBS. GOOD DRY
Mav 21 FISHER ft LOWRANCE,
SHOW POSTEBS, HANDWLLS, &C.
Dur supply of typo and facilities of
>ress-Tfor1- enable us to turn ont from
ho Phonix office the most attractive
ityles of posters, hand-bills, <fec, at
hort notice, and in tho most untis
CHE TRIUMPH OF ART!
MORE TESTIMONY'lN FAVOR OF
?einitsh's Queen's Delight.
EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS: "Tho
Queen's Delight is beginning to
.waken the attention of our physicians.
ta remarkable curativo power is seen in
ts wonderful effect upon diseaso. As a
>lood purifier, there; is no medicine like it
mown to the profession. A gentleman
old mc that his son has been taking the
Jueen's Delight, and is moro benefited by
t than by any other medicine. Ho wanui
i dozen bottles."
Extract from a letter: "It is due to yon
0 state in this public manner, in order
hat tho people may know tho truth, that
'. have tried your Queen's Delight, and
'omni it not ouly what you said it was-"a
mre medicine"-but the best medicino I
lave ever taken for emptions and general
iud health. 1 had an eruption all ovor my
tody, with impaired digestion and disor
lor?d liver, and have tried a great many
uedicines without any benoni. I have
aken ono bottle of your Queen's Delight,
he eruption has disappeared, my nppotito
? better, my liver and digestion is im
iiovcd. T am satisfied one or two more
lottles will cure me."
Extract from a letter: "At the closo of
he war. my constitution was shattered; I
ould not eat, sleep or perform any duty
rhatever, Bue.li was my prostrate condi
ion. Medicine and medical aid 1 had in
bundaneo, such was my condition up to a
ow mouths since, when I began the use of
our Queen's Delight. I have used two
ottlos, my constitution is greatly inp?
roved, my appetite is good, enjoy refresh
ig sleep, and nm able to perform'my share
f daily labor."
Extract from a letter-Wonderful effect
f only one bottle: "I have used only a
alf bottle, of 'Queen's Delight' fer boils
nd eruptions of the skin ana itching hu
lors of the blood, which annoyed me very
inch. 1 am entirely cured. 1 think your
ledicine a valuable one."
A remarkable case of liver complaint and
eadaohe cured by the uso of "ileiidteh's
?ueeu's Delight:" A huh of unquestioned
rortli and reputation volu.itHi?lyj?iveB ttas
tmonv of the wonderful elf?tis -of this
icdicihc. She has been from early years
martyr to Headaches, caused by impor
..ct action of the liver, producing intenso
cadache and pain over tho eyes. She has
aken onlv four bottles, and assures us of
he perfect cure it has made. She now eu
>VM good health.
Still another: "During last spring, I had
eon troubled with obstinate ciiills and
?vor, which, when cured, left my system
i a wretched condition, blood impuro, and
was alllicted with an nngry, and, as I at
no time thought, an incurable, cutaneous
rnptlon over my onthro body. Tho most
iolont remedies suggostcd faded to work
cure, until, at tho instanco of a friend, I
ried Dr. Heinitsh's Queen's Delight. Less
lian two bottles cured me, leaving my skin
1 a healthy condition My general health
j as good as over. For such purooses, I
ave, ever shu o my cure, unhesitatingly
^commended your Queen's Delight."
Don't buy any but the right kind. All
cn ni no Queen's Delight has tho copy . righ t
lark on tho outside, and it is tho only
ledicino which produces these wonderful
nrf 8. For sale wholesale and retail at
FISHER A HEINITSH'S
April Drug Store.