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VOLUME III-NO. 91
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REGISTRATION.-"Next to a usurp?
ation of power, there is no higher
gracie in political crime than a timid
abandonment of rights."
We fully concur in tho nbovo,
which is tho concluding remark of
Mr. Fitch's communication in an?
other column. If the respectable I
and responsible citizens of Georgia |
lose control of the affairs of the
State by refusing to register, it will
be by their own criminal and suicidal
default, and dreadful as the conse?
quences may be, they will havo no
claim to sympathy, ?nd will receive
none. There never was a clearer or
plainer case to minds that nie capa?
ble of thinking. Every considera?
tion of interest, policy and duty,
present and future, counsels every
citizen not disfranchised to go for?
ward and register.
[Savannah Netcs and Herald.
The Chicago Republican estimates
tho whoat crop of Illinois, for 1807
at 32,500,000 bushels. If tho crop
of the wholo United States matures
without loss, it will bo the largest
ever grown in the United States by
many millions of bushels, and will
reach the enormous amount ol' 223,
BEAUTIFUL DOTTED MUSLINS.
Ladies' Plain and Embroidered Linen
COLLARS and CUFFS.
Han-lsome EMBROIDERED COLLARS,
at 25 cents.
Trimming Ribbons and Buttons.
Ladies' and Misses' Lisio Thread Gloves.
Together with many other desirable
C. F. JACKSON'S.
Irish Potatoes !
CHOICE NEW POTATOES, for salo at
great Iv reduced prices bv
June -20 " _J. A T. lt. AGNEW.
Claret on Draught.
ONE cask excellent TABLE CLABET,
for sale low bv tho gallon or upwards.
Thc supply will "bo kept up during the
LUmmer. For sale by
June 15 " GEO. SYMMERS.
SMALL HOUSE FOR SALE I
THE PRESBYTERLAN MISSION
? CHAPEL, on tho squaro South of the.
LAsylum; suitable for a small family
residence. Apply to R. L. BRYAN. "
FOR SALE OR RENT,
ONE TWELYE-ROOM HOU3E, furnish?
ed or not. THOS. E. GREGG A CO.
ESTRAY COW. ?&
A MULEY COW, red and white,
large si/e, giving milk; holds
Uhc'hcad quito low; has car
.marks; Wan purchased near
Chpvlotte, N. C., about a year ago; has
lately ranged iu the Western oatt of the
city, about Geiger's Mill ana along the
ca?al and river. A liberal reward will bo
paid for her recovery. Applv to R. H.
KNIGHT or C. BOC KN IG UT.
July 2_ _ _ }3_
TO REN f,
TUE ROOM over thc store of Thomson
Earle. Apply to
April 19_AEFKED JTOLLESON. _
H ATS ! HATS!
A LARGE stack of STRAW and FEET
June 18 ALF BED TOLLESON.
LAGER ! LAGER ! !
FRESH LAGER REER, now in tho cool
cellar, at tho Brewery, and always re?
ceiving, to supply tho trade, at wholesale
and retail, at tow" rates.
Jnne i J. C. SEEGERS A CO.
TWENTY boxes FINE TOBACCO, for
June 15 ALFRED TOLLESON.
TEN DOZ. FANS, at half former prices;
from 5 cents to 13. Call and get a
pretty fan. ALFRED TOLLESON.
"pHLKBOTOMY.-Wbcu Dr. Sangrado
fouud Iiis patients weak, he gavo them
water gruel. When they got weaker, ho
bled thom and dosed them with calomel
and jalap. Gil Blas tells us they almost
invariably died. A good many people aro
killed that way yet. Thc world in general,
however, h: s found ont that, iu cases of
debility and premature decay, HOSTET
TEB'S" STOMACH BITTERS ip the true
life-sustaining cordial. Thia tonic is a
powerful and perfectly harmless rcutora
tivo. But it does more than invigorate-it
regulates and purities. While it builds up
the strength and infuses vitality into the
blood, it brings all the secretions into har?
mony with tho laws of health. The feebler
sex lind it invaluable in tho various physi?
cal difficulties to which their organization
renders them subject. In all hysterical
and hypochondrical cases its effect is ma?
gical. Tho infirmities of agc are alle?
viated by its use; and i\licre the circula?
tion is torpid, and there is a tendency to
paralysis, HOSTETTER'S BITTERS arc
recommended as a means of re-invigorat?
ing the system and prolonging life.
At this season of tho year particularly,
when mid-summer's scorching heat does
so much towards reducing the vital ener?
gies of tho body, thia inestimable tonic
and stomachic produce*! a wonderful effect.
Ry it thc strougth io increased, tho appe
tito preserved, and firmness and elasticity
given to the system. July 3 ,C j
TO THE AFFLICTED.-Nothing has I
as yet been presented in tho way of a
Tonic, possessing such properties asPank
nin'8 Hepatic Bitters. They invigorate
the system and impart new lifo to a consti?
tution shattered and worn out by that most
distressing disease known as Dyspepsia.
Tliey should be tried by all those thus
afk'oted, and will never fail to give relief.
For sale by all druggists.
April ll thly Dn. C. H. MIOT, Agent.
JUST OUT-The STAR SHUTTLE
SEWING MACHINE. It combines sim?
plicity, durability and beauty; has but one
moving piece of machinery;makes a stitch
alike on both sides the fabric served; will
not unravel. Complete for $23. The sub?
scribers will take pleasure in exhibiting at
privato residences, whenever desired, any
of their beautiful Sewing and Washing
Machines. JOEL KETCHEM, Jn., A CO.
June 22 Hy
PAXICXIX'S HEPATIC SITTERS arc
rapidly gaining in public esteem. They
aro decidedly tho most excellent Vegetable
Tonic yet discovered for thc euro of gene?
ral debility and disordera of tho stomach
or liver. Those who have used them pro?
nounce them to be all that is claimed for
them. For salo by all druggists.
April 12 fly Pit. C. H. MIOT, Agent.
TO MAURY OR XOT TO MARRY! -
WHY NOT? Serious Reflections for
Young lien, in Essays of tho Howard As?
sociation, on thc Physiological Errors,
Abuses and Diseases induced by iguorauco
of nature's laws, in the first agc of man.
Sent in sealed letter envelopes, free of
charge. Address Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGH?
TON, Howard Association, Philadelphia,
Pa. May 19 3mo
~ H AT CI I KI.O K'S HAIR OYE-This
splendid Hair Dye ia tho beat in tho world.
Tho only true and perfect Dye-harmless,
reliable, instantaneous. No disappoint?
ment. No ridiculous tints. Natural black
or brown. Remedies tho ill ' fleets of bad
dyes. Invigorates the hair, leaving it soft
and beautiful. The genuino is signed WW
lunn A. Batchelor. All others are mere
imitations, and should bc. avoided. Sold
hy all druggists and perfumers. Factory
81 Barclay street, New York, av Beware
of a counterfeit. Dec ll ly
HAMS AND BACON STRIPS,
O JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.'S,
.Tuc :M _
UBBLS. Fresh-ground W. C. FLOUR.
JOHN C. SEEGERS ft CO.
15 Boxes Chewing- Tobacco,
1 ITERENT GRADES, low to dealers.
Juno80 JOHN C. BEEPERS ft CO.
FRE8K NO. 1 MACKEREL.
JUST received at
June IK J. C. SEEGEuS ft CO.'S.
50 Reams Wrapping Paper,
! Ci MALI. SIZE, at tho usual low rates.
ItO .hi;, '7 J. C. SEEGERS ft CO.
AGOOD WHITE WOMAN, to do the
general house-work for u small family.
! Nom- need npplv only those who can come
well recommended. "For such a eine, ?be?
I ral wages will be paid. Apply at this office,
.lune 20 Imo
Q BBLS. CIDER VINEGAR.
e) .lune ;?o JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
JUST received, a ince lot of LAWNS, at
twenty cent? per vard.
-| f\ HHD8. primo Clear Rib BACON
J.V' 8EOE8, just received and for salo at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, by the
hogshead, or at retail, by
May 22 J. A T. R. AGNE W
LOUISA MUBLB?CD'S LAST,
HENRY VIII AND HIS COURT; or
CATHARINE PARR-an historical ?
novel. Ry Louiea Muhlbach, author of
Frederick"tho Great, Ac.
New supplies of Surry of Eagle's Nest,
Wearing of tho Grey, by J. Esten Cooke;
and other new Dooks-amoru? which is a
Sensational Rook, "Coining 'Wonders Ex?
pected Between 18C7 and 1875."
A beautiful and fresh supply of Photo?
graph Albums, worth from ?l to $7.
New Home troncs,
New Humorous Songs,
At DUFFIE A CHAPMAN S
Jun'? 21 Bookstore.
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS-a
new and valuable compound, possess
g extraordinary powers over the organs
of tho livor and stomach, making it a po?
sitive remedy for dyspepsia or indigestion
and a liver i?vigortitor. Try a bottle. For
sal? wholesale at his prices.
FISHER & HEINITSH,
Druggists, Agents, Columbia.
MTHE COLUMBIA FEMALE COL?
LEGE, which for three years past
luis been occupied as "a FIRST
CLASS HOTEL by Mr. T. S. Nickerson, is
again offered for leabo for three years,
from 1st September next.
Tho extensive patronago which Mr.
Nickerson received luis given much noto?
riety to this building. Its capacity, pecu?
liar fitness and eligible location for the
purposes of a first-class hotel, render a
particular description unnecessary.
For terme, Ac, inquire of eitbt"r of thc
following gentlemen: Hon. E. J. ARTHUR,
Dr. A. N. TALLEY, R. D. SENN or J. W.
Columbia, June ll, 1867. June ll
?T list Rccoivod,
A NEW SUPPLY OF
OF THE VERY LATEST STYLES.
AI.se>, A SEW SUPPLY OP
THE above GOODS wore purchased at
Ibo late GREAT REDUCTION IN
PRICES, and will bo sold VERY LOW.
M. L. KIN ARD.
Hams and Bacon.
EXTRA SUGAR-CURED HAMS.
Sugar-cured Breakfast Strips.
Sides, Shoulders, Ac, at lowest market
prices. For Bale by
April 11 GEO. SYMMERS. _
TO THE LADIES.
MRS. C. E. REED has
changed her place of busiuoss
to a moro commodious store,
I (next door to E. Pollard's, on
.Main street,) land will keen
constantly on hand a fresh
supplv of tho latest stvles of
FRENCH MILLINERY, in all
its branches. Also, superior
Silk Coverings, Hair Braids,
Curls, French Corsets, Ac, at low prices.
Please call aud examine before purchasing
DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DE?
SPATCH. May 29 t
THREE months after date, application
will be niHde for a renewal of STOCK
CERTIFICATE No. 1,811, dated February
13, 185ti, for ten shares of S. C. R. R. Co.
and S. W. R. R. Bank, in the name of A. R.
Taylor, Trustee for Grace B. Elmore-tho
original being lost.
May 1 eow3mo A. R. TAYLOR.jT'Bteo. _
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
/.V EQUITY- UNION DISTRICT.
Joseph Whitmiro and others, creditors of
John R. R. (?iles, vs. James T. Douglas
and wife.--. Rill !.> Marshal Annal*.
I>URSUANT to a decretal order of his
Honor Chancellor Carroll in this ease,
tho creditors of John R. It. Giles, tlecoascd,
late of Union District, S. C., aro required
to render on oath and establish their de?
mands before me, bv the Ural dav of Octo?
ber next. " WM. MUNRO,
I Commissioner in Equity Union Dist.
Union C. M., s. C., June 20, 1807.
.lune 2?? "t lol
Register of Mesne Conveyance Office,
COLUMBIA, JONE 25,18C7.
A TTENTTON is respectfully called to
J\_ the following section of au Act passed
by the Legislature on tho 20th of Septem?
SEC. V. All instruments ii. writing, of]
which a record or registry is required by
lew, ami of which the record or registry
has been destroyed or lost, but the original
preserved, and thc substitutes provided in
tho said Act for such originals, in case of
their loss, shall bo recorded within six
months from tho ratification of this Act;
otherwise they shall not prevail as liens
against subsequent purchasers for valuable
consideration, nor creditors, without no?
By Act of December 14.1866 the time for
e-recording is extended until December
1, 1867. D. B. MILLER,
June 26 t_|Registrar.
AFULL assortment of best Anchor
Brand BOLTING CLOTHS, on hand
J and for sale low by
I May 22 J. & T- R. AONEW.
FOT the Benefit of the
In Aid of tho
Suffering and Destitute Poor of thc South,
"Will take place
In Washington, D. G.. August 1, '67.
rriHE "Lachet,' Society in aid of thc Suf
JL fir lng and Destitute Boor of the South "
would respectfully and earnestly call thc
attention of the generous Northern public
to the great distress and fearful suffering
now prevailing in tho Southern States.
Letters aro daily received from the South,
from tho Generals Commanding, Govern?
ors, ministers and eminent citizens, fur?
nishing tho most heart-rending details of
the actual want, famine and starvation in
their immediate neighborhood. Tho fol?
lowing few extracts from tho very many
letters received by the Secretary and Ma?
nagers of thc Society are respectfully re?
H'DQUARTER8, 4T1I Ml LITA UV DlST.,
(MISSISSIPPI ANO ARKANSAS,)
VICKSBURG, MISS.. May 13, 18(57.
I um glad to sec that the attention of the
gentle and humane ladies of the North is
being turned towards tho sad and desolate
condition of this onco happy land.
You, Madam, surrounded with thc plenty
and comforts of a wealthy city, can scarcely
appreciate tho fact that, in many parts of
thc South, wholo communities are, by a
failuro iu crops and tho absence of money
or its ?quivalent, left in want of tho neces?
saries nt'life; and that, poor women, with
largo families of helpless children, so ac?
customed to depend on tho labor of others,
that now, with no husband, brother or
servant to help, and no money, they do not
know what, to do or where to go for food;
hut are left in the solitudes of these South?
ern forests, in rags and gaunt with hunger,
subsisting on what the mother or larger
children can shoot or pick up in the woods,
or on whut tho few neighbors, nearly as
poor as they aro, can bring them.
Officers of my acquaintauco have met
with such mothers, long after dark, out in
the woods, with an old gun just tired, and
the coon or possum just killed; have gone
home with them and nu t tho group of little
starvolings waiting patiently mother's re?
turn with some of the only sort of food
they had tasted for weeks; ind women and
children have been found within sixty miles
of the capital of a Southern State, during
the pasl year, who had starved to death in
their lonesome cabins. These cases, of
great distress are rare in Southern cities,
for there, even the most delicately bred can
generally find some work which they can
do to keep thc wolf from the door: but the
farms or plantations in the South are pe?
culiarly secluded, with miks of forest or
swamp between them, poor roads, and tho
-tock and animals nearly all taken by tho
war, the famine, the floods, or the thieves,
who in such times infest a country, and the
distressed families aro, often, by the time
necessity make? them want to leave, too
sick to travel on foot, and there is no oilier
way to go.
Your proposed entertainment, Madam,
should it produce only funds enough to re?
lievo a small fraction of the destitution of
this country, will be a good beginning, and
may be followed in other cities North by
similar appeals to people who have happily
never felt the desolation and tho horrors
which follow in tho tracks of great armies
of invasion. God spocd your society in thc
good work, is thc wish of, Madam", vours
truly, E. O. C. ORD,
HEADQUARTERS, FmsT MILITARY DIVISION,
RICHMOND, VA., May ll, 1SC7.
Afra. Hat lowe Mather-MY DEAR MADAM:
I shall be too glad if anything I can say
will aid tho society in its noble work. A
large proportion of the people of the South
have suffered and many arc still suffering
almost to the limit of endurance from the
devastation of war and subs?quent failure
of crops. They are making every possible
exertion to revive their various "brandies
of industry and become self-supporting.
Thc liberal assistance which the Northern
people are well aldo to give, will relieve a
great amount of distress, and will no doubt
bo sufficient lo place the poor of tho South
beyond further suffering for food. The
recent manifestations of an almost univer?
sal desire throughout the South for a rcallv
fraternal re-union with the No. h, may well
serve to stimulate the generous sympathies
<,f tho Northern peoplo, while nothing could
do more to foster and encourage thc growl h
of a healthy sentiment in the South than
the generous aid which it is the mission of
your society to invoke. I sincerely hope
the noble efforts of the society may result
in the most abundant success. I am,dear
Madam, very respectfully, your obedient
servant, J. M. SCHOFIELD, Maj. Gen.
IlE.moFARTERS, SECOND MILITARY DIVISION,
CHARLESTON, S. C., May 13, IM<?7.
The excellent purpose you have in view
cannot be too much commended. The lib?
erality ol the Government ai tho United
states, and the munido nt contributions
already made for thu relief of the wide?
spread destitution ill till StatOH, leaven
great numbers unprovided willi food and
clothing. And until un abundant harv, st
enables the pnople here ti. ti?? more for
themselves, 1 trust the uvor generous and
prosperous committees nf the North will
continue their noble gifts to this impover?
ished and afflicted population. With my
boid wishes for the success <?f your undi r
taking, I remain, Madam, very respectful?
ly, DAKIEL E. SICKLES,
" Commanding Second Military District.
COLUMBIA, S. C., May lit, IHIJT.
Permit me not only to give you the as?
surance of my poor help in this your gen?
erous endeavor to relieve our impoverished
and unhappy people, but to expross to you
in their behalf, that gratitude which is so
eminently vonr duo for thc generous sym?
pathy manifeste,? by your organization for
those among us in distress. Wishing you
God speed in your noble work. 1 am, Ma?
dam, very respectfullv, vonr obedient ser?
vant, JAMES L. ORR,
Governor South Carolina.
GREENSBORO, May 14, 1867.
Have just returned from a tour through
the section made memorable by "Sher?
man's march to the seaboard." Poverty,
Buffering and destitution of the people can
scarcely be realized-living in huts, rudely
constructed of charred boards, of rails,
boughs and mud, you are met by hollow
eyed, emaciated forma, whose first words
arc "bread"-for something to stifle the
cravings of hunger. In one plaoe, I wit?
nessed the body of a child borne to its last
rest, on a board, in the samo rugs in which
it died. In another, four females existed
for a week on two pounds of corn, together
with some roots. On the road, I met an?
other who had walked twelve miles to beg
some food for her children. Many other
instances can bo given of sad suffering
from actual want or food. Verv truly,
FREDERICK WATTS, M. D.
The public have already responded nobly
to tho call, but not to thc extent required
to keep starvation from making victims of
many. Additional tunda must bo raised at
onco; tho case is urgent. Tho Lady Ma?
nagers, after maturo deliberation," have
decided to bring it before tho genorous
Se.oplo of tho North, by giving a Orand
at ional Entertainment, trusting to their
activo co-operation and sympathizing aid
for tho immediate jnpply of means to en
ablo them to purchase and forward food
to starving thousands. Tho Grand Na?
tional Entertainment will bo given at
Washington, D. C., AugUBt 1,18G7. 300,000
tickets will bo offered for sale, at $2 each.
Every ticket will bo entitled to an award,
which will take place at tho samo timo.
Half of tho amount will bo in valuable
awards to thc holders, and the balance will
bo devoted at onco by tho Lady Managers
to purchasing food "to bo sent South for
immediate distribution among tho mOBt
needy. Tho Lady Managers havo entered
into an arrangement with Messrs. Bentley,
Clark A Co. to superintend the disposal of
tickets, and conduct tho entertainment in
a manner worthy thc patronage and sup?
port of tho public.
LIST OF AWARDS.
1. An elegant Mansion on Fifth Ave?
nue, New York City; titlo perfect,
deed deposited iii Escro, actual
2. Twenty Thousand Dollars in 10.40
Government Bonds. 20,000
3. 1 entire Bet Diamonds complete,
comprising Pin, Ear-riugs, Brace?
let and Necklace, very magnitic't, 15,000
4. 1 Set elegant Diamonds, comp'te, 12,000
5. 1 Set Diamonds and Emeralds.. 10,000
G. 1 Set Diamond Studs and Sleeve
7. 1 Single Solitairo Diamond Bing.. 5,000
8. 1 Single Solitaire Diamond Pin.. 4,000
it. 1 Singlo Solitaire Diamond Stud.. 3,000
10. 1 Diamond Scarf Pin. 2,000
ll to 15. 5 Cluster Diamond Rings,
$1,000 each. 5,000
Ki to 20. 5 Jules Jurgenson Watches,
[Hunters] 1000 each. 3,000
21 to 25. 5 Thomas Nardin Watches,
[Hunters,] $500 each. 2,500
20 to 50. 25 Solitaire Diamond Rings,
$500 each. 12,5u0
51 to 75. 25 Sets elegant Coral, com?
plete, $400 each.10,000
70 to 125. 50 Sets elegant Garnets,
completo, comprising Bracelet.
Sieevc Buttons, Ear-Rings and
Breastpin, $200 each.10,000
1-20 to 1,125. l.miO Chromos, Artist's
1,120 lo G,12j. 5,000 Elegant Engrav?
1,120 to 0,225. 100 Sets Silver Ploted
Tea Service, verv heavy.10,000
0,220 to 10,000. Consisting ot Work
Boxes, Writing Doeks, Photo?
graphic Albums, Sets Silver
Plated Forks, Fish Knives, Nap?
kin Rings, Boxes, Laibes' Hand?
kerchiefs, Gloves, Ac.44,000
All awards will be delivered or forwarded
as directed, tho day after tho distribution.
Thc distribution will ho superintended by
a Committee of well known gentlemen,
who, in giving their aid and sanction to
this noble charity, will not only receive the
confident*) of tho public at large, but tho
warmest thanks of thc Ladies' Society in
Aid ot the Suffering and Destitute Poor
of the South.
SINGLE TICKETS $2.00.
5 Tickets.*0 75 Tickets.$135
10 Tickets.18 100 Tickets. ISO
20 Tickets.30 150 Tickets.270
SO Tickets. .54 200 Ticket?.300
40 Tickets.72 300 Tickets.540
50 Tickets.00 500 Tickets. '.H)0
Established and reliable agents will bo
allowed 15 per cent. commission. All orders
or communications addressed to main
office. BENTLEY. CLARK A CO.,
222 Pennsylvania Avenue,
[P. O. Box 10.] Washington, D. C.
Full information ri yarding the Enter?
tainment may bo obtained at the office of I
the "Ladies' Society iii Aid of the Buffer?
ing mid Destitute Poor of thc South," No.
175 Fifth Avenue, New York.
HONORARY MEMUERH.- Mrs L W Jerome,
Mrs .Mark llrumagitu, Mrs James Willofs,
Mrs K Underbill, Mrs Wm [veson, Mrs Jas
Darling, Mrs lt Maiman. Mrs A Frour, Mrs
Abraham Lincoln, Mrs C N Chap?n, Mrs M
Duncan, Mrs J H Clark. Mrs Daniel Sloan,
Mrs W R Astor. Mrs A T Stewar?, Mrs Au?
gust Delmont, Mrs W Aspinwall, Mrs R E
Fenton, Mrs Simeon Draper. Mrs A Law?
rence, .Mrs Hyatt, Mrs A C Richards, Mrs
E C Carrington, Mrs M C Cogswi ll, Mr* T
K Tillir.ghast, Mrs M H Grinned, Mi? M
K Sha Uer, Mrs O M Garrison, Mrs A B
Mack, Mr* .1 c Unrrington, Mrs M A Kel?
logg, Alis Lou rand Capers, Mrs A LDc
Foirt st, Mrs L Kennedy, Mrs R O Tay?
lor, Mrs J C Fremont, Mrs Frank E Howe.
Mrs Coo- go Munger, Mrs A E Burnside,
Mrs H 0 Murphy. Maj Gen Philip II Sheri?
dan, Commanding 5th Military District,
N O; Maj Gen John l'ope, Commanding 3d
Military District, Mobile; Maj Gen J M
Schofield, Commanding 1st Military Dis?
trict, Richmond: Maj Gen K 0 O Ord, Com?
manding 4th Military District, Vicksburg;
Maj Gen Daniel E Sickles, Commanding 2cl
Military District, Charleston; Mai Gen
John A" Dix, U s Minister, Paris, France;
Gov A E Eurnsido, Rhode Island; GOT F H
Piorrepont, Virginia; Gov. Thomas Swann,
Maryland; Gov J Worth, North Carolina;
Gov' J L Orr, South Carolina; Gov R M
Patton, Alabama; Gov Charles J Jenkins,
Georgia; Gov J Madison Wells, Louiaiaua;
Gov W G Brownlow, Tennessee; Gov Thus
E Bramletto, Kentucky; Gov Isaac Mnr
phy, Arkansas; Gov David S Walker, Flo?
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.-Mrs Laura
Brooks, Mrs Charles Wadsworth, Mrs
Drake Mills.Mrs E S Adams,Mrs. H.Sher?
man, Miss M Duncan, Miss Maria Moulton,
Mrs James Clark; Mrs Harlowo Mather,
Secretary, 296 Fifth Avenue, New York.
?tts. Tickets can be obtained at the
PHOENIX OFFICE. June 26
FISHER & LOWRANCE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR, from now
wheat, for ealo by
?Hmo 30 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
Cotton Yarns !
FOR salo by FISHER Sc LOWRANCE.
At $2.25 per 100 Pounds !
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THE TRIUMPH OF ART!
MORE TESTIMONY TN FAVOR OF
Heinitsh's Queen's Delight.
EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS: "Tho
Queen's Delight ia beginning to
awaken tho attention of our physicians.
Its remarkable curativo power is seen in
its wonderful effect upon disease. As a
blood purifier, there is no medicine like it
known to tho profession. A gentleman
told me that his son has been taking tho
Queen's Delight, and is moro benefited by
it than by any other medicine. He wants
a dozen bottles."
Extract from a letter: "It is due to you
to state iu this public manner, in order
that the people may know tho truth, that
I havo tried your Queen's Delight, and
found it not only what you said it was-"a
nure medicino"-but the best medicine I
have ever taken for eruptions and general
bad health. I had an eruption all over my
body, with impaired digestion and disor?
dered liver, and havo tried a great many
medicines without any benefit. I have
taken one bottle of your Queen's Delight,
the eruption has disappeared, my appotito
is better, my liver and digestion is im?
proved. I ?tm satisfied one or two more
bottles will cure me."
Extract from a letter: "At the close of
the war, my constitution was shattered. I
could not "eat, sleep or perform any duty
whatever, such was my prostrate condi?
tion. Medicine and medical aid I had in
abundance, such was my condition up to a
few months since, when I began the U6C of
your Queen's Delight. I havo used two
bottles, my constitution is greatly im?
proved, my* appetite is good, enjoy refresh?
ing bleep, and RV able to perform my sharo
of daily labor."
Extract from a letter-Wonderful effect
of only one bottle: "I have used only a
half bottle of 'Queen's Delight' for boils
and emptions of tho skin anil itching hu?
m?is of the blood, which annoyed nie very
much. I am entirely cured. I think your
medicine a valuable one."
A r<mai ki I le case of liver complaint and
headache cured by the usc Of "Heinitsh's
Queen's Delight:" A lady or unquestioned
worth and reputation voluntarily gives tes?
timony Of the wonderful 'effects of this
medicine. She has been from early years
a martyr to Headaches, caused by imper?
fect action of the liver, producing intenso
headache and pain over thc eyes. She has
taken only four bottler, and assures us of
tho perfect cure it has made. She now en
Joys good health.
Still another: "Dining last spring, I had
boen troubled with obs inato chills and
fever, which, when cured, loft my system
in a wretched condition, blood linpuie, and
I wah afflicted with an angry, and, as I at
ono time thought, an incurable, cutaneous
emption ovor my entiro body. Tho most
violent remedies suggested tailed to work
a cure, until, at tho instance of a friend, I
tried Dr. Homitah's Queen's Delight. Less
than two bottles cored mo, leaving my skin
in a healthy condition. My general health
in as good as ever. For auch purposes, I
havo, over since my euro, unhesitatingly
recommended your Queen's Delight."
Don't buy any but the right kind. All
genuine Queen's Delight haB the copy-right
mark on tho outside, and it ie tho only
medicine which produces these wonderful
cures. For sale wholesale and retail at
FISHER Sc HEINITSH'S
April Drng Store.