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COLUMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 12, 1867.
VOLUME III-NO. 97.
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EVERT WEDNESDAY MORNING.
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Affairs in. Tennessee.
Dates from Nashville of the 6th
John Trimble, candidate for Con?
gress, and two candidates for tho
State Legislature, all radicals, had ai
appointment to speak yesterday at
Franklin, "Williamson County. A
large number of persons-white and
black-assembled; among the latter,
members of a loyal league, about
eighty in number, who paraded the
streets in rogalia, with a baud of
music, and armed-in some instances,
firing a salute. Tho candidates wore
heard without interruption. Subse?
quently, however, Trimble, when not
present, was denounced on tho public
square, and ono of tho legislative
candidates badgered for something
he had said. Muoh excitement arose,
and symptoms of ill-feeling between
somo of the whites and . colored
leaguers were developed. Tho
leaguers retired in bad humor to a
grove, where they were followed by
a son of Dr. Cline, who, iu a con?
ciliatory address, advised them to
disperse. They agreed to do this,
and marched back to their hall. 13y
this time, night came on, ami after
stowing away their regalia, ?fcc, they
left the hall and returned to the pub?
lic square, where a collision imme?
diately occurred. It is alleged that
they were fired on by a party of
white and colored conservatives-a
man named Cady, a livery stable
keeper, firing the first shot. Tho
fire was instantly returned. The
affair lasted but a few moments
hali a minute, perhaps. There ap?
peared to be a volley in attack, and a
scattering reply, resulting in tho
f death of Cady, who was shot through
the heart, and the wounding of eight
whites and eighteen blacks. Three
of tho latter fare mortally wounded.
Somo of the wounded blacks are
conservatives. Tho radical blacks
wero much exasperated, and threat?
ened to return and renew tho fight,
but Dr. Cliffe interposed and pre?
vailed upon them to desist. An
official investigation will be necessary
to fix the responsibility for this mur?
derous affair. It was apprehended
that the difficulty would be renewed
to-day, but all is quiet. A company
of the 45th Regiment left this place
this morning fer Frauklin, to main?
tain quiet. The affair is deplored bj'
A despatch, dated 8th, says:
Gov. Brownlow's proclamation ap?
peared this morning. It commands
the commissioners of registration to
appoint clerks and judges of election;
commands the sheriffs to open and
hold elections on thc first Thursday
in August, and to mako returns as
vouched for by tho said clerks and
judges; instructs the dorks and
judges to make out and report sepa?
rate poll-books, record votes, and
send them io tho Executive and State
Departments as a provisiou against
neglect or death on tho part of tho
Ht? concludes by ordering com?
manders of tho State Guard to arrest
Judge Gant, Chairman of tho Cou
servative Central Committee, or any
of tho said committee or agents, if
they shall persist in their efforts to
defeat tho oxecution of the franchise
law as construed by him, and also to
break up and disperso all assemblies
having in view tho holding of illegal
elections or tho defeat of any regular
Judge Gant and tho Central Con?
servative Committee lind previously
withdrawn their recommendation to
County courts to appoint judges and
dorks of eloctions, and advised all to
conform to the Governor's construc?
tion of the franchise law, though be?
lieving it wrong. No collision is
likely to grow ont of this subject.
Tho Chicago Journal knows of one
firm in Southern Illinois whioh sold,
the present season, in six Counties,
40G new reaping machines.
The Condition of the South.
Wo extract tho following from an
article in the New York Herald, of
the 9th, commenting on the state of
nffairs in Tennessee:
Intelligent men, detailed from this
office, who have recently canvassed
the Southern States for information
touching their material, social and
political situation, report that Ten?
nessee to-day is by far in the most
disorderly, confused and turbulent
condition of any of tho States con?
cerned in the rebellion, and that Ten?
nessee and Kentucky, of all tho late
slave States, are moBt in need of Con?
gressional reconstruction from top to
bottom. Tho ono is so excessively
radical in its State administration, as
to call for the intervention of Con?
gress, and the other is so excessively
State rights as to be nothing better
than a chi]) of the old block of the
Tlie duty, therefore, devolving
upon Congress, of "guaranteeing to
each State a Republican form of Go?
vernment," would seem to demand
some positive legislation in behalf of
Tennessee and Kentucky, and, out?
side of their borders, wo dare say
there will be but little complaint
should Congress dovetail them in the
new bill of Southern reconstruction.
Meantime, it will be perceived, from
an inflammatory Jacobin speech by n
negro doctor of divinity-tho Row
Lewis Lindsay-at Mudwall, in Vir?
ginia, that the idea of enforcing so?
cial equality is getting into the heads
of tho Southern blacks. Their repre?
sentatives on tho stump have recently,
in various places South, been harp?
ing on tho stiling of confiscation and
freo farms; but in striking that bolder
note of enforcing negro social equal?
ity, the Rev. Lewis Lindsay is touch?
ing moro emphatically the sanguinary
music of St. Domingo. In : i' these
manifestations from tho Southern
blacks, and in the opposing spirit of
tho whites, wo can seo only, if left to
themselves, the gathering elements
of a reign oi terror and o war of races;
and a war of extermination, too, in
How is this to bo prevented? Look?
ing at the persecutions of the negroes
in the unreconstructed Sta*.e of Ken?
tucky, and at the proscriptions nnd
prosecutions against rebels in the
J only half reconstructed ?State of Ten?
nessee, we think tho ten excluded
States have reason to bo thankful that
they aro under the powerful protec?
tion of Congress and tho army of the
United States, and absolutely under
their control. It is only by the mili?
tary governments, too, of the five
Southern districts that tho States em?
braced therein can bo saved from that
conflict of races which is now fore?
shadowed in the political organiza?
tions of their whites and blacks
against each other. The military
commanders over these districts, with
their ampio discretion and means for
enforcing law and order, will be able
to maintain thc ponce in suppressing
all disturbers, whites or blacks, until
the people of both races, in every
State concerned, aro brought to that
degree of harmony which will justify
the full restoration of their State au?
For. A CONVENTION.-The Carolina
Spartan closes au editorial with the
following paragraph :
"Wert; wo all united ill favor of a
convention-were we nil to go to the
ballot-box, accompanied bj those
over whom we had previously exer?
cised a laudable and just persuasion,
and being also faithfully supported
by the outside exertions of our ho?
nored, but disfranchised citizens
such tuen could be elected to a con?
vention as would fulfill tho require?
ments of the .Congressional Acts and
restore peace to tho country. In or?
dinary times, wo might stop to con
rnilt our dignity and the finer feelings
of our nature, but this is a timo of
great peril to our wives and our chil?
dren, and if we stand aloof now and
suffer the negroes and their coadju?
tors to organize a government for the
State, wo commit tho fate of those
wo lovo most in this world into the
hands of an ignorant people, led on
by the brutal passions of bad white
men. Impressed with the magnitude
of coming events-portentous, in?
deed, of great suffering and trouble
wo again call our readers to a timely
aud serious reflection on tho eonse
?nonces of indifference or apathy,
t appears to us that not to voto at till
is equivalent to voting against the
CONTRAIUES.-Pooplo say they shell
peas when they unshell them; that
they husk corn when they unhusk
it; that thoy dust furniture when
they nndnst it, or take dust froni it;
that they skin a calf when they un
skin it; and that they scale fishes
when they unscale them. Many men
say that they are going to weed their
gardens, whon their gardens are
weedy enongh already.
PAXi?xiX'S HEPATIC BITTERS are
rapidly gaining in publie esteem. Tboy
aro decidedly the most excellent Vegetable
Tonic yet diacoverod for tho cure of gene?
ral debility and disorders of tho stomach
or liver. Those who havo used them pro?
nounce thom to be all that is claimed for
them. For salo by all druggists.
April 12 fly Pu. C. II. MIOT, Agent.
PHLEBOTOMY-When Dr. Sangrado
found his patieuta weak, he gave them
wator gruel. When tbey got weaker, ho
bled them and dosed them with calomel
and jalap. Oil BIUB tells us they almost
invariably died. A good many pcoplo aro
killod that way yet. Tho world in general,
however, ht? found out that, in oases of
debility and prematuro decay, HOSTET
TEIt'S STOMACH BITTERS is tho truo
life-sustaining cordial. Thi6 tonic is a
powerful and perfectly harmless restora?
tive. Rut it docs moro than invigorate-it
regulates and purifies. While it builds up
tho strongth and infuses vitality into the
blood, it brings all tho secretions into har?
mony with tho laws of health. The feoblor
Rex find it invaluablo in tho various physi?
cal difficulties to which their organization
renders thom subject. In all hysterical
and hypochondrical cases its effect is ma?
gical. The infirmities of ago aro alle?
viated by its usc; and where the circula?
tion is torpid, and there is a tendency to
paralysis, HOSTETTER'S BITTERS aro
recommended as a means of re-invigorat?
ing tho system and prolonging life.
At this season of tlie year particularly,
when mid-summer's scorchiug heat does
so much towards reducing thc vital ener?
gies of thc body, this inestimable tonic
and stomachic produces a wonderful effect.
By it the strength is increased, tho appe?
tite prescrvod, and firmness and elasticity
giveu to thc system. July 3 +6
TO MARRY OR SOT TO MARRY!
WHY NOT? Serious Reflections tor
Young Hen, in Essays of thc Howard As?
sociation, on the Physiological Errors,
Abuses and Diseases induced by ignorance
of nature's laws, in tho first ago of man.
Sent in sealed letter envelopes, free of
charge. AddreesDr. J. SKILLIN HOUGH?
TON, Howard Association, Philadelphia,
Pa._May 19 3mo
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splendid Bair Dye is tho best in tho world.
The only true and perfect Dye-harmless,
reliable, instantaneous. No disappoint?
ment. No ridiculous tints. Natural black
or brown. Remedies thc ill offcets of bad
.dyes. Invigorates tho hair, leaving it soft
and beautiful. The genuine is signed 117.'
liam A. Batchelor. All others aro mere
imitations, and should be avoided. Sold
by all druggists and perfumers. Factory
81 Barclay street, Now York. gnS" Bewaro
of a counterfeit. Dec ll ly
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IN EQUITY-UNION DISTRICT.
Joseph Whitmirc and others, creditors of
John R. R. Giles, vs. James T. Douglas
and wife.-Bill to Marshal Asstt:;.
PURSUANT to a decretal order of his
Honor Chancellor Carroll in this case,
the creditors of John R. R. Giles, deceased,
late of Union District, S. C., arc required
to render on oath atid establish their de?
mands before me, bv the lirot day of Octo?
ber next. WM. MUNRO,
Commissioner in Equitv Union Dist.
Union C. H., 8. C., June ii?, 1M?7.
June 28_ _j_ftol
Violations ol' Internal Revenue.
COLLECT? ?R'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., July 3, 18i;7.
ALL parties claiming an interest in the
articles described bcl?>w, levied for
violation of the Internal Revenue Laws,
are required to Bl? a bond in this office,
for the payment of costs in ease of con?
demnation in the United States District
Court. Bond tobe filed in thirty days;
otherwise, tko goods will be sold as direct?
ed by law:
1 barrel whiskey, seized in office ol South?
ern Express Company, in February; 2
barrels of whiskey and 1 of brandy, seized
in March, from J. C. Seegers ?V Co.; a lot
of empty whiskey barrels, seized from
various parties in this city, in March; 1
barrel whiskey, seized in May, in tho office
of Southern Express Company, consigned
to R. C. Anderson. A. 8. WALLACE,
July 1 thnHJ Collector 3d District S. C. '
Register of M?me Conveyance Office,
COLUMBIA, JUKE 2.3,1SC7.
ATTENTION is respe ct fully called to
the following section of an Act passed
by the Legislatura on tho 20th of Septem?
SEC. V. All instruments in writing, of
which a record or registry i:< required by
law, and of which the record or registry
has been destroyed or lost, but the original
preserved, and tho substitutes provided in
tho said Act for such originals, in caso of
their loss, shall bo recorded within six
months from the 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 14,1KG0, the time for
re-recording is extended until December
1, 1807. D. B. MILLER,
June 20 t_ Registrar.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
CoumniA, July 1, 1867.
TAXES on Males of Merchandize, sales at
Auction and Commission, and on Pre?
miums of Insnranco: also, Taxes on tho I
gross receipts of Hot da, Boarding Houses,
Eating Houses, Saloons, kc; also, on Ex?
press and Telegraph Companies, for tho
quarter ending July 1, are now ano, and
prompt payment of the same is required.
July 212 J. 8. MCMAHON, City Clerk.
For tho Benefit of tho
In Aid of thc
Suffering and Destitute Poor of the South,
Will take place
In Washington, D. 0., August 1, '67.
1MIE "Ladies' Society in aid of tho Suf
. fcriug and Dostituto Poor of tho South"
would respectfully and earnestly call thc
attention of tho generous Northern public
to thc great distress and fearful suffering
now prevailing in tho Southern States,
letters aro daily rccoived from tho South,
from tho Generals Commanding, Govern?
ors, ministers and eminent citizens, fur?
nishing the most hoart-ronding details of
tho actual want, famine and starvation iu
then immediato neighborhood. Thc fol?
lowing fow extracts irom tho very many
letters received by tho Secretary and Ma?
nagers of tho Society are respectfully re?
H'DQT'ARTERS, 4m MILITANT DlST.,
(Mississivn AND ARKANSAS,)
VICKSBURG, Miss., May 13, 1867.
I am glad to seo that tho attention of thc
gentle and humano ladies of tho North is
being turned towards tho sad and dosolato
condition of thia onco happy land.
You, Madam, surrounded with thoplenty
and comforts of a woalthy city, can scarcely
appreciate tho fact that, in many parts of
tho South, whole cuiuuiuuilies ruo, by u
failuro in crops' and tho absence of money
or its equivalen!., lei'!: ra want of tho neces?
saries oi life; aud that poor women, with
largo families of helpless children, so ac?
customed to (Upend 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 whero togo for food;
but aro left in tho sohtudos of these South?
ern forests, in raga and gaunt with hunger,
subsisting on what the mother or lurger
children can shoot or pick un in tho wood,
or on what thc low neighbors, nearly as
poor as they aro, can bring them.
Officers of my acquaintance have met
with such mothers, long alter dark, ont in
the wood?, with un old gun just fired, and
tlie coon or possum just killed; have gone
homo with them and met tho group of littlo
starvelings waiting patiently mother's re?
turn with some of the only sort of food
they had tasted for weeks; and women and
children have been found within sixty miles
of tho capital of a Southern State, during
tho past year, who had starved to death in
thoir louesomo cabins. These cuses of
^rcat distress aro rare in Southern cities,
for there, even the most delicately bred can
generally find soino work which they can
do to keep thc wolf from the door: but tho
fa rain or. plantation- in tho South aro pe?
culiarly secluded, with miles of forest or
swamp" between them, poor roads, and thc
stock and animals nearly all taken by tho
war, the famine, tho lloods, or tho thieves,
who in such times infest a country, and the
distressed families are often, by the time
necessity makes them want to leave, too
sick to travel on foot, and there is no other
way to go.
Y'oin propose* .e. ainment, Madam,
should it produce " funds enough to re?
lievo a small tract of tho destitution of
this corni try, will bo a good beginning, and
maybe followed in other cities North by
similar appeals to people who have happily
never felt thc desolation and tho horrors
which follow in tho tracks of great armies
of invasion. God speed your society in tho
good work, ia the wish ol'. Madam, yours
truly, E. 0. C. ORD,
HEADQUARTERS, FIRST MILITARY DIVISION,
BlCHMOND, YA., May ll, 18?7.
Mrs. JIarlotce Matin r-MY DEAR MADAM:
I shall be too glad if anything I can Bay
will aid tho society in its nobio work. ?
large proportion of the people of the South
have suffered and many are still suffering
almost to thc limit of endurance from the
devastation of war and mibsequent failure
of crops. They arc making every possible
exertion to revive their various branches
of industry and become self-supporting.
The liberal u^istaiiCc which thc Northern
people aro well able to give, will relieve :i
great amount of distress, and will no doubt
be sufficient to place the poor of the Routh
beyond further Buffering for food. Tho
recent manifestations of an alaiost un or
sal desire throughout the South fora rt Uv ?
fraternal re-union with tho North, may wAl
Herve to stimulate the generous sympathies
of tho Xorthcrnpeonle, while nothing could
do more to foster ?md encourage tho growth
ol' a healthy gentiment in the South than
tho generous aid which it ia the mission of
your nociety to invoke. I sincerely hope
the noble efforts of the society may result
in t!ie most abundant success." 1 tun, dear
Madam, very respectfully, vour obcdionl :
servant, J. M. SCHOFIELD, Maj.'Geo. I
HINDQUARTERS, SECOND MILITARY DIVISION,
CHARLESTON, S. C., May 13, I^LM.
The excellent purpose yon have in view
cannot be too much commended. Tho lib?
erality of the Government of the United
States, and the munificent contributions
already made for thu relief of thc wide?
spread destitution in the States, leaves
great numbers unprovided with food and
clothing. And until au abundant harvest
enables the people bern to do more for
themselves, I trust the over gent rous and
prosperous committees of the North will ,
continuo their noble gifts to this imp ivor- j
ished and afflicted population. With my I
best wishes for tho success of your under
taking, I remain, .Madam, verv respectful?
ly, DANIEL E. SICKLES,
Commanding Second Military District.
COLUMBIA, S. C., May 10,1SG7.
Permit mo not only to give you tho as?
surance of my poor help in this your gen?
erous endeavor to reliove our impoverished
and unhappy people, bnt to express to you
in their behalt, that gratitudo which is so
eminently your due for tho generous sym
! pathy manifested by your organization for
thoao among us in distress. Wishing yon
God speed in your noble work, I am. Ma?
dam, very respectfully, yonr obedient ser?
vant, "JAMES L. OUR,
GREENSBORO, May 14, 1867.
Have just returned from a tour through
the section made memorable by "Sher?
man's march to. tho ?eaboard." Poverty,
suffering and destitution of tho people can
scarcely he realized-living in huts, rudely
constructed of charred boards, of rails,
boughs and mud, you are met by uollow
eyed, emaciated forms, whoso first words
aro "bread"-for something to stifle tho
cravings of hunger. In cue place, I wit?
nessed tho bodv of a child borne to its last
rest, on aboard, in tho same raes in which
it died. In another, four females existed
for a week on two pounds of conj, together
with some roots. On tho road, I met an
othor 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. Verv truly,
FREDERICK WATTS, M.* D.
Tho public have already responded noblv
to the call, but not to the extent reqnired
to koep star* atiou from making victims <f
many. Additional funds must bo raised at
once; tho caso is urgent. Tho Lady Ma?
nagers, after mature deliberation, havo
decided to bring it before tho generous
Scopie of the North, by giving a Grand
ational Entertainment, trusting to their
activo co-operation and sympathizing aid
for tho immediate supply of means to on
ablo them to purchase and forward food
to starving thousands. The Grand Na?
tional Entertainment will bo given at
Washington, D. C., August 1,1807. 300,000
tickets will bo offered for salo, at $2 each.
Every ticket will be entitled to an award,
which will take place at thc same time.
Half of tho amount will bo in valuable
awards to the holders, and tho balance soil
be devoted at once by the Lady Managers
to purchasing food to bo sent South for
immodiato distribution among tho moBt
needy. Tho Lady Managers have entered
into an arrangement with Messrs. Bentley,
Clark <fc Co. to superintend tho disposal of
ticket?, and conduct the entertainment in
a manner worthy the patronago and sup?
port of tho public.
LIST OF AWARDS.
1. An elegant Mansion on Eifth Ave?
nue, Now York City; title perfect.
de?d deposited in Escro, actual
2. Twenty Thousand Dollars in 10.40
Government Bonds. 20,000
3. 1 entire Set Diamonds complete,
comprising Pin, Ear-rings, Brace?
let and Necklace, very magnh.c't, 15,000
4. 1 Set elegant Diamonds, conip'to, 12,000
5. 1 Sot Diamonds and Emeralds.. 10,000
C. 1 Sot Diamond Studs and Sleevo
7. 1 Singlo Solitaire Diamond Ring.. 5,000
8. 1 Single Solitairo Diamond Pin.. 4,000
9. 1 Single Solitairo Diamond Stud.. 3,000
10, 1 Diamond Scarf Pin.2,000
ll to 15. 5 Cluster Diamond Dings,
$1,000 each. 5,000
10 to 20. 5 Jules Jurgenson Watches,
[Hunters] $000 each. 3,000
21 to 25. 5 Thomas Nardin Watches,
[Hunters,] $500 each. 2,500
20 to 50. 25 Solitaire Diamond Rings,
?500 each. 12,500
51 to 75. 25 Sets elegant Coral, com?
plete, MOO each.10,000
70 to 125. 50 Sets elegant Garnets,
complete, comprising Bracelet,
Sleeve Buttons, Ear-Rings and
Breastpin, $200 each.10,000
120 to 1,125. 1,000 Chromos, Artist's
1,120 to 0,125. 5,000 Elegaut Engrav?
1,120 to 0,225. 1U0 Sets Silver Plated
Tea Service, verv heavy.10,000
0,220 to 10,000. Consisting of Work
Boxes, Writing Desks, Photo?
graphic Albums, Sets Silver
Plated Forks, Fisli Knives. Nap?
kin Rings, Boxes, Ladies' Hand?
kerchiefs, Gloves, ?tc.44,000
All awards will bc delivered or forwarded
as directed, tho day alter tho distribution.
The distribution will be superintended by
a Committee of well known gentlemen,
who, in giving their aid and sanction to
thia noble charity, will not only receive the
confidence of tho public at large, but tho
warmest thanks of thc Ladies' SociSjiygin
Aid of the Suffering and Destitute i'oor
of the South.
SINGLE TICKETS $2.0 0.
t l.l ll RATES.
5 Tickets.Sfl 75 Tickets.S135
10 Tickets.IX I 100 Tickets. IM)
20 Tickets.30 | USO Tickets.270
80 Tickets.51 , 200 Ticket?.300
.io Tickets.72 300 Tickets.510
50 Tickets.90 | 500 Tickets. 000
Established and reliable agents will be
allowed 15 per cent, commission. All orders
or communications addressed to main
office. BENTLEY, ( LARK 4 CO.,
222 Ponnsvlvania Avenue,
[P. 0. Box lo. j Washington, 1>. C.
Full information regarding tko Enter*
tniuniont may Le obtained at tko office of
the "Ladies'"Society in Aid of tko Suffer?
ing and Destitute Poor of tko South," No.
175 Fifth Avenue, New York.
HOSORAHV MEMBERS.- -Mrs L \V Jerome,
Mrs Marl: Brn m agin!, Mr- James Willets,
Mrs E Underbill, Mrs Wm tvoson, Mrs .las
Darling, Mrs ll Shuman, Mr.- A I-rear. Mrs
Abraham Lincoln, Mrs C S Ckapin, Mrs M
Duncan. Mrs J ll Clark. Mrs Daniel Sloan,
Mis W B Astor. Mrs A T Stewart. Mrs Au?
gust belmont, Mrs W Aspinwall,Mrs R E
Fenton, Mis Simeon Draper, Mrs A Law?
rence, Mrs Hyatt, Mrs A C Richards, Mrs
E C Carrington, Mrs M C Cogswell, Mrs T
K Tillingkast, Mrs M H Gr?nnell, Mrs M
K Shailer, Mrs C M Garrison. Mrs A B
Mack, Mrs J 0 Barrington, Mrs M A Kol
logg, Mrs LeGrand Caper,.. Mrs A L Do
Forrest, Mrs L E Kenn?dy, Mrs li O Tay?
lor, Mrs J C Fremont, Mrs Frank E How?,
Mrs George Munger. Mrs A E Burnside,
Mrs H C Murphy; Maj Gen Philip H Sheri?
dan, Commanding 5th Military District.
N 0; Maj Gen John Pope, Commanding 3u
Military District, Mobile; Maj Gen J M
Schofield, Commanding 1st Military Die
trict, Richmond; Maj Gon E O C Ord", Com?
manding 4th Military District, Vicksburg:
Maj Gen Daniel E Sickles, Commanding^2u
Military District, Charleston; Maj Gen
John A Dix, U S Minister, Paris, France:
Gov A E Burnside, Rhode Island; Gov F H
Pierrepont, 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', Louisiana;
Gov W G Brownlow, Tennessee; Gov Thos
E Bramlctte, Kentucky; Gov Isaac Mur?
phy, Arkansas; Gov David 8 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 Jamos Clark; Mrs Harlowe Mather,
Secretary, 206 Fifth Avenue, New York.
ts. Tickets can be obtained at the
PHONIX OFFICE. June 20
FISHER & LOWRANCE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
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THE TRIUMPH OF ART !
MORE TESTIMONY IN FAVOR OF
Eleinitsli's Queen's Delight.
EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS: "The
Queen's Delight is beginning to
iwaken tho attention of our physicians. '
[ts remarkable curative power. ?H seen in
ts wondorful effect upon disoase. Aa a
jlood purifier, thero is no medicino like it
mown to the profession. A gentleman
did mu that his Bon has been taking the
Queen's Delight, and is more benefited by
t than by any other medicine. He wanta
'. dozen bottles."
Extract from a letter: "It is due to you
0 state in this publie manner, in order'
hat the people may know the truth, that
! have tried your Queen's Delight, and
bund it not only what you said it waa-"a
jure medicine"-but the best medicino I
lave ever taken for eruptions au.1 goneral
?ad health. I had an eruption all over my
tody, with impaired digestion and disor
lered liver, and havo tried a great many
ncdicincs without noy benefit. I havo
akin one bottle of your Queen's Delight,
he eruption has disappeared, my appetito
s better, my liver and digestion us ira
noved. I cm satisfied one or two moro
Mittles will euro mc."
Extract from a letter: "At tho closo of
lie war, my constitution was shattered. I
ionld not eat, sleep or perform any. dnty
vhatover, such was my prostrate c'ondi
ion. Medicine and mcdi< -.1 aid I had in
ibundance, such was my condition up to a
ow months Bili ce, when I begun tho use of
our Queen's Delight. I havo used two
joules, my constitution is greatly im
iroved, my appetite is good, enjoy rofreah
ng sleep, and am able to perform my share
if daily lubor."
Extract from a letter- Wonderful e?'ect
>f onlv one bottle: "I have used only a
?air li?ttlo of 'Queen's Delight' tor boils
ind eruptions of the skin and itching hu
nors of tho blood, which annoyed mo very
mich. I am entirely cured. 1 think your
nedicine a valuable one."
A remarkable case of liver complaint and
wallache cured bv tho use of "Hoinitsh's
Queen's Delight:" A lady of unquestioned
vorth and reputation.nluntarily gives tes
imony of the wonderful effects of this
nedicine. She has been from early years
1 martyr to headaches, caused by impor
ect action of the liver, producing intenso
?eadache and pain over tho eyes. She has
aken onlv four bottles, and assures us of
ho perfect cure it has made. She now on
ovH good health.
Still another: "During laet spring, I had
icon troubled with obstinate chills and
over, which, when cured, left my system
n a wrotcbed condition, blood impuro, and
[ was afflicted with an angry, and, as I at
?ne time thought, an incurable, cutaneous
.rnption over my ontiro body. The most
.??.lieut remedies suggested failed to work
i cure, until, at tho instance of a friend, I
.ried Dr. Hoinitsh's Queen's Delight. Less
.han two bottles cured me, leaving my skin
n a hoalthy condition. My general health
a as good as over. For such purposes. I
?ave, ever since my euro, unhesitatingly
?ocommended your Queen's Delight."
Don't buy any but the right kind. All
jennine Queen's Dolight has the copy-right
nark on tho outside, and it is the only
i. idicine which produces these wonderful
turcs. For salo wholesale and retail at
FISHER & HEINITSH'S
April Drug Store.