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BY JULIAN A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. 0., THURSDAY MORNING, JULY ll, LSGT. VOLUME III-NO. OG.
PCDLI3HLD DAILY AND TRI-WEEKLY.
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING.
3Y JULIAN A. SELBY.
Office ou Main street, a few doors above
Taylor (or Camden) streot.
TERMS-IX AD VAXCE.
Daily Paper, six months.Si 00
rrl-Woekly, .' " .2 50 !
Weekly, " . 1 00 j
Inserted at 75 cents per Bquarefor the first
Insertion, and 50 cent s for each subsequent.
Weekly 75 cents each insertion.
&W A liberal discount made on the above
:ntes rrhen advertisements arc inserted by
'.':e rnoni'i or year.
W. C. Moore, Abbeville.
J. R. Allen, Chester.
Julius Poppe, Anderson C. II.
8. P. Kinard, Newberry C. H.
NV. T. Sims, Union.
J. M. Allen, Greenville.
The public domain at thc present
timo amounts to no leas than 1,465,
108,800 acres. Tho unsold lands arc
divided iuto ten surveying depart?
ments, with sixty-one districts, each
ono being supplied with a register
und receiver. Tho lands which have
already been surveyed amount to
174,1(50,551 acres, leavingunsurvcyed
1)91,808,249 ncres. During the last
fiscal year, tho sales of tho public
land amounted to 3SS,294 ncres; the
locations for militarv bounty covered
.103,ISO acres; and tho total quantity
taken under tho homestead Act for
actual settlement was 1,S92,516 acres.
Titles vested under railroad grants
amounted to 9?,596 acres, while the
number of acres assigned to agricul?
tural and mechanical colleges was
051,066. The whole number of acres
disposed of during the last fiscal
year waa 4,629,312.
The English Government, tired of
their protracted and useless negotia?
tions with King Theodorus, of Abys?
sinia, have nt length resolved to com?
pel, by force of arms, the King to
release the English captives. Ar?
rangements to that effect have proba?
bly been made with the King of '
Egypt, who is at present in England.
When the first news of this warlike
measure reaches Abyssinia, thu lives
of the captives will be in groat dau
?0r from tho wrath of tho King.
The crown worn. by the Austrian
Empress at her recent coronation as
(Jueen of Hungary was made for
Maria Theresa, but never worn by
that Empress. It is encrusted with
jewels valued at 1,000,000 dorins.
Presbyterian Church Notice.
THE PEW-HOLDERS aro respectfully
requested to call as oarlv as possible
on tho Treasurer and SETTLE their PEW
KENTS, ss Ibero exists an urgent demand
for funds. E. STENHOUSE, Treasurer.
TIERCES choice SUGAR-CURED HAMS
Tierces pure LEAF LARD.
1,000 lbs. Sugar-cured BREAKFAST
STRIP PACON. Just to hand and for sale
bv GEO. SYMMERS.
Butter and Cheese.
FIRKINS GOSHEN BUTTER-reduced
Firkins choice Orange County BUTTER
Also, a frosh supply of that delicious
Llutter, in 2A-lb. packages-air and water?
Pine Apple, English Dairv and primo S.
>". State Facti ? Cheese. For salo i'>w by
inly G G LO. SYMMERS. '
Y7?UNG Hyson, Moynne, Hyson and
finest Oolong-fresh and of exquisite
White Wine and Cider Vinegars.
; ?nba Molasses and Gohh n Syrup, Ac.
ist received and for sale by
rnlyjC GE(?. SYMMERS.
Fresh Biscuit and Crackers,
T>BL8. SUGAR CRACKERS,
I > libia. So la Hiscutt,
L'. '.r. Oro.".ni Crackers,
.' Ginger Schnapps,
J . ;ceiv( fl per steamer, ??u l for S?.'C
v J. A T. Ii. AGNEW.
HAMS AND UAC0N STRIPS,
JOHN C. SEEGEBS A CO.'S,
FOR SALE OR RENT,
ONE TWELVE-ROOM HOUSE, furnish
. ed or not. 'PHOS. E. GREGG St CO.
AGOOD WHITE WOMAN, tr, do the
general houae-workfrr a small family.
None need apply only those who eau como
?veil recommended. For such a ono, libe?
ral wages will be paid. Apply at this office.
15 Boxes Chewing Tobacco,
DIFFERENT GRADES, low to dealers.
_Jone80 JOHN C. SEEGERS Sc CO.
?m FLOUR! FLOUR!
URBLS. Frosh-ground W. C. FLOUR.
JOHN C. SEEGERS 6 CO.
JUST OUT-Thc STAR SHUTTLE j
SEWING MACHINE. It combines sim- j
plicity, durability and beauty: has but ono j
moving piece of machinery: makes a stitch
alike on both sides the fabric served; will I
not unravel. Complete for $25. The sub?
scribers will take pleasure in exhibiting at
private residences, whenever desired, any j
of their beautiful Sewing and Washing
Machin?e. JOEL KETCHEM, Jr.., ?: CO.
June 22 fly
T< THF. AFFLICTED.-No thin g baa
as yet been presented in tho way of a
Tonic, possessing such properties as Pank
niu's Hepatic Ritters. They invigorate
the system and impart new life toa consti?
tution shattered and worn ont by that moat
dist lessing disease known as Dyspepsia.
They should be tried by nil those thus
affected, and will never fail to give relief.
For sah- by all druggists.
April ll thly DK. C. H. MIOT. Agent.
TO MARRY OR A OT TO MAURY.'- I
WHY NOT? Serious Reflections for I
Young Men, in Essays of the Howard As?
soci?t ?on, on tho Physiological Errors,
Abuses and Diseases induced by ignorance
of nraine's laws, in thc first age of man.
Sent in sealed letter envelopes, free of
charge. Address Dr. J. SKILLLN HOUGH?
TON, Howard Association, Philadelphia,
Pa. May 10 Bmo
UATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE.-This
splendid Hair Dye is tho beat in the world.
The only true and ? erfeel I)'je-harmless,
reliable, instantaneous. No disappoint
1 mont. No ridiculous tints. Natural black
or brown. Remedies thc ill effects of bad
dyes. Invigorates the hair, leaving it soft
and beautiful. The g< miine :s signed Wil?
liam A. Batchelor. All others are mere
imitations, and should be avoided. Seid
by all druggists and perfumers. Factory
SI Barclay street, New York. Zu~ Beware
cf a counterfeit. Dec ll ly
CITY LOTS FOR SALE.
1st. That desirable LOT, with
Building thereon, frog ing TU Feet on
.Assembly street, between Lr.dy and
Gervais, and running West 210 root; niak
_ ono of tho most desirable building lots
inthe city. The building could bo con?
verted into a comfortable cottage a: small
2d. All that unimproved LOT, containing
one acre, fronting on Lady and Gates
streets, which will be sold in parcels to
suit purchasers. These lots must soon be?
come more valuable, as they are situate d
in a direct line with tho railways and tho
business part of the city. Terms matte
Ah". LOTS to lease, opposite tbs J1 *t
Office. Fer further particulars, a di ir?, ss or
apply t . JAMES IL BALDWIN,
At lt. C. Shiver's Dry Goods Hons? .
July 7 mtuthS Columbia, s. C.
NO JO QUE!!
AQUESTION FOR A CONTINENT; bv
li. R. Helper.
Henry VIII and his Court; byMnhlbach.
The Laud of Thor; by J. Ross Browne.
Thc Forms and Rules in Bankruptcy.
Tho chronicle of Bareet; by Trollope.
The Civil War of America, by Draper.
Isthmus of Panama, ic; by Dr. (His.
Meade on Grape Culture and Wine
Nora and Archibald Lee-an English
Novel: ar.'l other new books, for sale at
J. J. McCARTER'S bookstore.
?Tr.Iv I_R. L. BRYAN.
"ANOTHER NEW THING!"
VFRUIT PRESERVER, for all kinds of
fruits, vegetables, spiced fruits, toma?
toes; without the expense'.!/ air-tight jars
or cans: saves the trouble of sealing: it
saves sugar; easily done. Call ami gi t a
pamphlet at FISHER St HEINITSH'S,
June 24 Druggist?.
mEN DOZ. FANS, at hali former \ rices;
A. from 3 cents t" 5:1. Call and get a
pretty tar.. ALFRED TOLLESON.
Irish Petal' cs I
C1IIOICE NLW POTATOES, fe i ?al
? .i-l-.- reduced prices hy
.TUiu 2C J. S: T. AGNEW.
THE United States Marshal's Ofik-i i?
located on Washington, between Iii- j
?liardson and Assembly streets.
. JONATHAN I ?ARK,
! r-.no 13 Imo U. S. Deputy Marshal.
WHEAT AND FLOUR.
TWIT L pav the IM .Il-T M KER Cl
PRICE for WItEA'l andFLOUIt. Wu
? furnish bags when desired.
TWENTY boxes FINE TOBACCO, for
-al ? CHEAP,
.r-iic I- -J l FRED TOLLESON.
ALARGE stock of STRAW and FELT
111 "C 1* ALF RED TOLLESON.
FRESH NO. 1 MACKEREL.
TEST received at
June is j. C. SEEQEhS ft CO.'S.
LAGER ! LAGER ! !
I71RESH LAGER BEER, DOW in the cool
* cellar, at tho Brewery, and always re?
ceiving, t<? supply thu trade, a: wholesale
and retail, at low" rates.
Juno 4 J. C. SEEP'. ,c St CO.
Bacon! B jon!
I f\ HHDS. prime Cloh dib BACON
JA/ SIDES, inst roccivod and for salo at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, by the
hogshead, or at retail, by
May 22 J. ft T. R. AGNEW
PASSENGERS leaving Columbia on
the South Carolina Railroad by the
morning train, can get BREAKFAST
Kingsville, as ample time is allowed for
that purpose. C. A. SCOTT,
Juno 29 Proprietor.
LOUISA wmmn LASTT
HENRY VIII AND FILS COURT; or
CATHARINE PARR-an historical
novel. Ry Louisa Muhlbach, author of
Frederick* the Great, Ac.
Now supplies of Surry of Eagle's Nest,
Wearing or tho Groy, by J. Estell Cooke;
and other now Rook?-among which is a
Sensational Rook. "Coming Wonders Ex?
pected Between 18C7 and 1.-73."
A beautiful and fresh supply o? Photo?
graph Albums, worth from il to :7.
Slit et Music,
New Homo Bongs,
New Humorous Songs,
Ai DUFFIE .v CHAPMAN S
.Tun" 21 Bookstore.
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS-a
new and valuable compound, poss? ss
lug extraordinary powers over th'.- organs
ff thc liver ami stomach, making it a po?
sitive remedy for dyspepsia or indigestion
ami :-. ?iv? r i?vigor?tor. Try a bottle. For
salo wholesale at his prices.
FISHER A HEINITSII,
Pi exists, Agents, Columbia.
"27 <o H.cnt.
, . THE COLUMBIA FEMALE < < L
':5nr LEGE, which for three yenrs vast
MiiiL lias Leen occupied .is a FIRST
CLASS HOTEL by Mr. T. s. Nick rsou, i~
again fibred for lease for three years,
from 1st September next.
The extensive patronage which Mr.
Nickcrson received lias civen much noto?
riety to this building. Its capacity, pecu?
liar" fitness and eligible location for thc
purposes of a first-class hotel,render a
particular description unnecessary.
For terms, Ac, inquire of either of t he
following gentlemen: Hon. E..T. ARTHUR,
Dr. A. N. TALLEY. R. 1>. SE NN or J. W.
Columbia. June ll. 18fi7. .lune 1!
AT KIXARD S.
A NEW SUPPLY OF
OF THE VERY LATEST STYLES.
T ti"' late GREAT REDUCTION IN
PRICES, and will be sold YERY LOW.
RX. L. KIN ARD.
il av 28
IN THE PRICE OF
AS is our usual custom at
thc close of cadi season, wo
how offer our stock of
SPIHMi CLOTHING AT COST!
BARGAINS hi BOYS'
CASHMERES Sc TWEEDS.
R. i w. c, wummi
X. B.-Wc are daily niak
I. . .
ling additions i<? our stock ol
Clothing, with GOODS OF
OUR OWN MANUFAC?
TURE. May 14
JOHN H. HEISS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL'
CANDIES manufactured daily, at as low
as can be laid down here from thc
North, tar Corner of Plain and Marion
THE ROOM over tho sloro of Thomson
Earle. Apply to
April lil ALFRED TOLLFKt ?N.
BBLS. CIDER VINEGAR.
June 30 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
For tho Benefit of tho
: LADIES' SOCIETY
In Aid of the
j Suffering and Destitute Poor of lite South,
Will tike place
, In Washington, D. 0.. August 1, "GT.
THE "Ladies' Society in aid of thc Suf?
fering and Destitute Poor of the South"
would respectfully and earnestly call the
I attention of thc g?nerons Northern public
to the great distress and fearful Bullering
! now prevailing in the Southern States.
' Letters arc daily received from the South,
i from tho Generals Commanding, Govcra
I 01^ munsters and eminent citizens, fur
I nibbing tho most heart-rending details of
; tho actual want, famine and starvation in |
'their immediate neighborhood. The fol-I
' lowing few extracts from the very many
letters received hy tho Secretary and Ma
i nagora ?.; thc Society aro respectfully re
? terre d to;
H'OQUAUTEITS, ITH MILITARY DLST.,
(MISSISSIPPI AND ARKANSAS,)
VicKsncuo, Miss., May 13, ]-<?7.
i I am glad to see that tue attention ol' the 1
gentle ami humane ladies of tho North is ,
bi int; t erned towards tho sail and desolate ;
condition of this once happy land,
j You. Madam, surrounded with tho plenty :
> and comforts of a wealthy city, eau scarci ly
j appreciate the fact that, in many parts of I
! tho South, whole communities "arc, by a |
I failure in crops and tho absence 01 money !
; or its equivalent, left m want <>i tho ucccs
I saries of life; and that poor women, with
, large families ol helpless children, so ac
I eustcmcd to d?pend on tho lal or of ?ithers,
. that now, with no husband, brother or |
rvant to h<-lp, and no money, tiny do not i
i know what t<> do or where t?"? go for food;
! but are li fi in tho solitudes of these South
] ern forest?, in rags and gaunt with hunger,
: subsisting on what th? mother or hillier
? children can shoot or pick up in the woods,
or on what tho few neighbors, nearly as I
' poor as they are, can bring them. *
Officers of my acquaintance have met
with such mothers, long after dark, out in
the woods, with an old gun just fired, and
the coon or possum just killed; have gone
home with them and mot thc group of (Wie
starvelings waiting patiently mother' .0- I
turn with some of thc only sort of food !
they had tasted for weeks; and women and i
children have been found within sixty miles
ol ; he capital->f a Southern State, during
? thc past year, who had starved to death iii I
their lom some cabins. These cases of
; creat distress are rare in Southern cities, !
; for tin re, even the most delicately bred can
, generally find some work which' they can i
do to keep the wolf from the door: but the
farms or plantations in tho South arc pe?
culiarly secluded, with miles of forest or !
swami? bi two? n them, poor roads, and tho |
. stock and animals nearly all taken by the '?
i war, tho famine, the floods, or the thieves, j
i who ic such times intest a country, and tho '
. distressed families arc often, by the time
j necessity makes them want ti? leave, too I
. sil k ttAravc; wi: foot, and th? re la other
. way t?i KO.
I lour proposed entertainment, Madam, !
' should it produce only funds enough :?> re- !
! lieve a small fraction of the destitution ??f ?
j this country, will he a good beginning, and j
I may bc followed iii other cities North by I
: similar appeals to people who have happily ,
never felt the desolation and the horrors
j which follow in tho tracks of groat armies
of invasion. God speed your society in the
! good wvrk, is the wish "of. Madam, yours '
; truly, . E. O. C. ORD,
HEADQUARTERS, FIRST MILITARY DIVISION,
RICHMOND, VA., Mav ll, 1807.
.V?-.?. Hurlotee Mather-MY DEAR MADAM:
I shall be too glad if anything I can say
will aid tho society in its nobie work, k
large proportion of the people of the South
have suffered and many arc Mt iii suffering
almost to the limit of endurance from tho
devastation of war and subsequent failure
ol crops. Tin-y are making overy possible
exert:.m to revive their various branches
of industry and become self-supporting,
i The litt?ral assistance which the Northern
I p< opie are well aide tn give, will relieve a
? great amount of distress, and will no doubt
! be sufficient t<> place the poor of the South
beyond further suffering for food. Tho
recent manifestations of an almost univer?
sal desire throughout the South fora reallv
fran rnal re-union 'with the North, may well
s? rv< to stimulate the generous sv nij>?\thies
:. ..?? North? rn people, while n ?thing could
do moro to toiu raiidenco rage tl. ? growth
.ff II healthy sentiment the South than
the generous aid which ;: ts th? mission of
yor.r society to invoke, i sincerely hope
; noble efforts <?; ihe - ?i iety may rcriilt
in the most abundant siu-i ss." I am, dear
Madam, ver v respect fuliv. votir <:?..:..:.!
servant, J. M. SCH0F1EL??, Mi j. Gen
. HUA: r.ir.TKRSj SECOND M ?t.ri ?iv DIVISION,
< HARLESTON, s. < .. Miiy i-. ISO".
The ?xceliciit pin pi ?sn jrOu hav't ii. view
vat.:-. : tic :o*> much commended. Thelib
j eralit; ..:' :.'.?. Government ?.:' tin (jutted
star? '. .?.m! rho munificent contlibations
already mad* for the relief of the wide?
spread destit uait ii i tho States, leaves
: great tr.uahors unprovided with too ; and
[clothing. And until an abundant harvest
! ? uables tito people here d : mon for
themselves, ? trust the ever gi lierons and
prosperous committees ol the N >rth will
. continue tin ir noble gifts t> this imp >vcr
ished and afflicted population. With my
best wishes for the success of your under?
taking. I remain, Madam, vi iv n spectful?
ly, DANIEL E. SICKLES,
' Commanding Second Military District.
COLUMBIA, S. C., May lu. 1S07.
Permit i io not only to nive you the as
I suranco ot my poor help in this your geii
I erons endeavor to relieve our impoverished
j and unhappy people, but to express to yon
i in their behalf, that gratitude which is so
i eminently your due for the g?nerons sym
t patl.y manifested by your organization for
those among us in distress. Wishing you
(tod speed in ymir noble work, I am, Ma
1 dam, very respectfully, your obedient ser?
vant, JAMES L. ORR,
GiiEENSiioiio, May 14, 1807.
Have just returnod from a tour through
tho s'dion made memorable hy "Sher?
man's march lo tho seaboard." Poverty,
suffer ng and destitution of the people can
scarcely be roali/cd-living in huts, rudely
constructed of charred boards, of rails,
boughs and mud, you are met by hollow
eyed, emaciated forms, whose first words
are "bread"-for something to stille the
cravings of hunger. In one place, I wit?
nessed the body <>f a child borne to its last
rest, on a beard, in the same rags in which
it died. Ii' another, four females existed
for a week on two pound* 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 of food. Vere trnlv,
FREDERICK WATTS, M. D.
The pnblic have already responded nobly
to tin call, but not-to the extent required
to keep starvation from making victims of
many. Additional funds must be raised ut
once"; the case is urgent. The Lady Ma?
nagers, alter mature deliberation, have
decided to bring it before the generous
people of the North, by giving a Grand
National Entertainment, truetiug to their
active co-operation and sympathizing aid
tm-the immediate supply of means toen- .
able them to purchase and forward food
to starving thousands. Tho Grand Na?
tional Entertainment will bo given at
Washington, D. C. August l,18G7. 300,000
tickets will be offered tor sale, at $2 each.
Everv ticket will bo entitled to an award,
which will take place at tho same time.
Half of the amount will be in valuable!
awards to the holders, audthob dance will
bc devoted at once by the Lad' Managers
to purchasing food "to bc Bent South for
immediate distribution among thc most
needy. The Lady Managers have entered
into an arrangement with Messrs. Bentley,
Clark A Co. to superintend the dispOSad o?
tickets, and conduct the entertainment in
manner worthy the patronage and sup?
port of the public.
I.IST OF AWARDS.
1. An elegant Mansion on Fifth Ave?
line, New York City: title perfect,
J. ed deposited in Escro, actual
2. Twenty Thousand Dollars in 10.40
Government Ronds. 20,000
3. 1 entire Set Diamonds complete,
comprising Pin, Ear-rings, brace?
let and Necklace, very magnitic't, 10,000
'. 1 Set elegant Diamonds, comn'te, 12,(10(1
5. 1 Set Diamonds and Emeralds.. 10,000
0. 1 Set Diamond Studs ami Sleeve
7. 1 Singlo Solitaire Diamond Ring.. 5,000
s. 1 Single Solitaire Diamond Pin.. 4,000
i". 1 Single Solitaire Diamond Stud.. 3,000
lo. 1 Diamond Scarf Pin. 2,000
ll to 15. 5 Cluster Diamond Rings,
il,OOO each. 5,000
IC to 20. 5 Jules Jurgenson Watches,
[Hunters] ?(?no each. 3,000
21 to 25. 5 Thomas Nardin Watches,
[Hunters,] $500each. 2,500
2G to 50. 25 Solitaire Diamond Rings,
?500 ? ach. 12,00?)
51 to 75. 25 Sets elegant Coral, com?
plete, MOO each.10,000
70 to 12."). .r>t( Sets elegant Garnets,
complete, comprising Bracelet.
Sleeve Buttons, Ear-Rings ami
Breastpin, $200 each.10,000
120 to 1,125. 1,000 Chromos, Artist's
1.12?; to c.,125. 5,000 Elevant Engrav?
1,120 to 0,225. Mo Sets Silver Plated
Tea Service, very hoavv .10,000
0,220 to 10,000. Consisting'of Work
Boxes. Writing Di ks, Photo
graph] . Albums, Sots Silver
Plated Forks, Fish Knives. Nap?
kin Rings, Boxes, Ladies1 Hand?
kerchiefs, Gloves, Ac.44,000
Al! ?-.wards will bi' delivered or forwarded
? as directed, the day alter the distribution.
I Tho distribution w ill bo superintended by
; a Committee ot well known gentlemen,
wiio, in giving their aid and sanction to
; ibis :u.ble charity, will not only receive the
I contidonce (d' the public at large, but the
warmest thanks ot the Ladies' Society in
j Aid <.: thc Suffering ami Destitute Poor
! of the South.
SINGLE TIC li ET S r 2. 0 0.
lo Tick? ts. i - \ loo Tickets. 180
120 Tickets. fifi J 150 Tickets.270
130 Tickets. 54 I 200 Ticket?. 3G0
40 Tickets.72 :?f"0 Tickets.510
150 Tickets. ?Ht | 500 Tickets. OOO
Established and reliable agents will bo
allowed 15 i er cent, commission. AU orders
or communications addressed t<< main
: oi?co. BENTLEY, CLARK A CO.,
222 Pennsylvania Avenue,
j [P. ? . P..:. 10.] Washington, 1?. c.
Full ..: ...::.:.::. ?? regarding thoEnter
tamiin nt ho . btained at thu oflico of
the 'Ladies'Society iii Aid ol'the Suffer?
ing ar. : l'tv. it ut.- Poor of the South,"No.
175 i ;:'.: Ave nu? . Nev. York.
Hi V .:. : ' M:.>::.;::.- - Mis !. \V J< rome,
. M:> Marl; Intimai im, Mrs James Willofs,
Mr- 1. Cud rhill, Mr* V.:;. P., Kori, Mr.-Jas
Darling, Mrs H Shuntan, Mr- A Froar, Mrs
Abrahan Lincoln, Mrs < NCliapiu. Mrs M
Duncan. Mr- J il ( lark, Mr- Daniel Sloan,
Mrs W B Astor. Mis ATStewait, Mr- An
igu?i Belmont, Mrs W Aspinwall,Mrs !: li
Fenton. Mrs Simeon Draper, Mrs A Law?
rence, Mrs Evatt. Mrs A <" Richards, Mrs
E C Carrington. Mrs M C Cogswell, Mia T
K T Nins hast. Mrs M ll Grinned. Mrs M
K shaffer, Mrs c M Garrison, Mrs V ?
Mac:. Mr? C Barrington, Mrs M A Ki I
1 . Mrs LeGi'iind Capera. Mrs A L De
Forrest, Mrs EE Kennedy, Sirs !'. 0 Tay?
lor, Mr- J C Fremont, Mrs l im i. E Howe,
Mr? George Munger. Mrs A i Burnside,
Mr- li C Murphy: Maj Cen Philip ll Sheri?
dan, Commanding 5th Military District,
NO; Maj Gen John Pope, Commanding .'lil
Military District, Mobile; Maj Gen J M
SchoAeid, Commanding 1st Military Dis
j trift. Richmond: Maj Gen E O C Ord'. Com
, uianding 4th Military District, Vicksburg;
[ Maj O. n Danie! E Sickles, Commanding 2d
?Militar.. District, Charleston; Maj Gen
i John A Dix. U S Minister. Paris, France:
; Gov A E Burnside, Rhode Island; Gov F II
Pierrepont, Virginia; Gov. Thomas Swann,
j Marvland; Got J Worth, North Carolina;
Gov J L Orr, South Carolina; Gov lt M
Patton, Alabama: Gov Charles J Jenkins,
; Georgia: Gov J Madison Wells, Louisiane;
\ Gov Nv G Brownlow, Tennessee; Gov Tbos
E Bramlett?, Kentucky; Gov Isaac Mur
I phy, Arkansas; Gov David S Walker, Flo
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.-Mrs Laura
Brooks, Mrs Charles Wadsworth, Mrs
I Drako Mills. Mrs E 8 Adams, Mrs. H.Sher
I man, Mise M Duncan, Mias Maria j?oulton,
Mrs James Clark; Mrs Harlowo Mather,
Secretary, 2% Fiith Avelino, New Yul..
.9? Tickets can be obtained at tho
1 PHONIX OFFICE. June 26
FISHER & LOWRANCE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR, from new
wheat, for salo bv
Juno MO FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Cotton Yarns !
FOR salo bv FISHER A LOWRANCE.
June 2;J "
XX ? "ST ,
At $2.25 per 100 Pounds !
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MORE TESTIMONY IN FAVOR OF
Seinitsh's Queen's Delight.
EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS: "The
Queon's Delight is beginning to
iwakon the attention of our physicians.
Its remarkable curative 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 nie that his son hab been tailing tho
Queen's Delight, and is more benefited by
it than by any other medicine. He .vants
a dozen bottles."
Extract from a letter: "lt is duo to you
to state in this public manner, in order
that the people may know the truth, that
I have tried your" Queen's Delight, and
found it not only what yon said it was-"a
pure medicine''-but tho best medicine I
nave ever taken for eruption- and general
liad health. I had au eruption all over my
body, wilta impaired digestion and disor?
dered liver, and have tried a great many
medicines without any benefit. I have
taken one bottle of your Queen's Delight,
the eruption has disappeared, my appetite
is better, my liver mid digestion i.- im?
proved. lam satisfied otic or two more
bottles will cure mo."
Extract from a lotter: "At the cloeo of
tin- war, my constitution was ghatti rod, 1
could not tai, sleep or perform any duty
whatever, auch was my prostrate condi?
tion. Medicine and medic:.: aid ? had in
abundance, such was my coudition up to a
few months -ince, when*] bi gan the use of
your Queen's Delight. 1 have used two
i otiles, my conhtitutioii is greatly im?
proved, my appetite itt good, enjoy refresh?
ing sleep, am! am abb to ] erform my -bart
of daily ?abor."
Extract iron, a letter-Wonderful effeoi
ot mil) '. bottle: "I have Ufcd only a.
bair bottle M'Queon's Delight* for boils
and eruptions ol" the skin and itching hu?
mors of Ihe bl.1, which annoyed nu very
much. I am entirely cured, i think your
medicine a valuable ono."
A r markable cate of ?iver complaint arid
headache cured bv thc- usi ..i "Hoinitsh's
Que -n's Delight:'1' A lad} <?: unquestioned
worth ami reputation voluntarily gives tes?
timony ofthe wonderful effects cf this
medicine. She has been from early years
a martyr to Headaches, cans, d by imper?
fect action of the live r, producing intenso
headache and pain over thc. eyes. Sho lina
taken only four bottle-, and assnros us of
the perfect cure it has made. She now cn
jovs good health.
Still another: "Daring last spring. I had
been troubled with obstinate chula ana
rover, which, when oared, left my system
in a wretched condition, blood impure, and
1 was afflicted witta an angry, and, as I at
ono timo thought, an incurable, cutaneous
erupt iou over my entire body. Tho most
violent remedies suggested tailed to work
a cure, until, at tho instance or a friend, I
tried Dr. Hoinitsh's Queen's Delight. Lesa
than two bottles cured mo, leaving my skin
in a healthy condition. My general health
is as good as ever. For such purnoses, I
have, ever sinco my cure, unhesitatingly
roeonuuended your Queen's Delight."
Don't buy any but tho right kind. All
genuino Queen's Delight has the copy-right
mark on the outside, and it is the only
medicine whici. producoa those wonderful
rares. For sale wholesale and retail at
FISHER A HEINITSH'S
April Drug Store.