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BY JULIAN A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C.. SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 13. 1867. VOLUME III-NO. 21
* PUBLISHED DAILY AND Titi-WEEKLY.
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY,
. Offloe on Main street, a fow doors above
Taylor (or Camden) street.
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COTTON FKOSPECTS.-A correspond?
ent of tho Louisville Journal writes
from Now Orleans, after making n
trip dowu the Mississippi, ns follows:
lu comiug dowu tho river, I made
it my special business to obtain in?
formation in reference to the crops
and the freedmen, as well as the situ?
ation generally, and the result is
moro favorable than I lind antici?
pated. The corn crop was every?
where represented as virtually' se?
cured and to be magnificent. There
is a single field of this valuable cereal
iu Bolivar Conuty, Mississippi, of
6,000 acres. Cotton was looking
well, but iu some localities the grass
was growing, and tho rains sinco
must have mado it worse. Tho cot?
ton crop depends, of course, upon
the part of the season yet future. It
is admitted on all bands that, should
the weather provo favorable, half a
crop, as compared with that of 18G0,
will bo made, which at present or
prices likely to rule, will bring as
much as a whole crop did before tho
war. Tho hopes of the Southern
' people aro suspended, so to speak,
upon a fair cotton crop. As the
prospect for this grows blight or
gloomy, so will'thc hearts of tho till?
ers of tho soil swell with exultation or
sink into something akin to despair.
On some plantations that foo to the
crop, tho worm, bus appeared, and
his ra veges aro dreaded. Tho worm
flourishes the most vigorously in cold
As we took in and lauded passen?
gers at neatly every stopping place,
I had good opportunities to converse
with diff?rent classes of persons from
the interior, and almost without ex?
ception found them cheerful and
hopeful-moro so than I bad expect?
ed. Little interest in politics seemed
to be taken. Tho subject, in fact,
was rarely introduced, unless I did it
myself. To the question, how do the
freedmen work? tho answer generally
was that they were doing well-much
better than lost year. On tho plan?
tations of the Messrs. Hampton
Wade aud Christopher-in Missis?
sippi, the freedmen havo half tho
crop, tho employers furnishing the
supplies at a slight advance upon tho
original cost. This appears to be
tho rulo generally adopted.
? UVB OF THE GOODLETT HOUSE.- \
The building formerly known by the
above name has reoently chauged
hands. It has been purchased from
the proprietor, Mr. H. Allen Tupper,
for the use of the Southern Baptist
Theological Seminary, for $5,000,
payable in five years. Tho whole
premises will at onco undergo a tho?
rough repair, although no part of the
general arrangement of the building
will be chauged; after which, it will
bo applied to the purposes of tho
stndents in attendance upon the
schools of the Seminary as residences,
free of cost to them.
DEATH OF A CONOHESSMAN ELECT.
Flake's (Galveston, Texas,) Bulletin;
of the 10th inst.', says:
Wo have intelligence that tho Hon.
Claib Hubbard, member of Congress
elect from this State, was killed at |
Columbus, in a bar-room fight, by ai
man named Speers, who was also
killed by the guard, while endeavor?
ing to make his escapo. Tho de?
ceased had loug been a prominent
Eolitician; had been a member of
otb tho United States and Confede?
On the 24th of August next, an
event will occur which has been only
twice recorded in tho history of ce?
lestial phenomena. Jupiter will ap?
pear without sat?lites. Threo of them
will then bo passing across the
planet's disc, and tho other will be
immersed in its shadow. The appa?
rent absence of moons will last more
than two hours.
ENGLAND AND THE UNITED STATES.
We^earn that very important nego?
tiations aro in progress between our
Government and Great Britain, look?
ing to the settlement of all difficul?
ties by a cession of tho British pos?
sessions between the United States
and those recently sold to this coun?
try by Bussia, iu consideration of a
surreuder of our claims for spolia?
tions of Confederate cruisers lifted
out iu English ports. Thcro is a
strong probability of theso negotia?
tions being brought to a successful
Prof. W. F. Boo, writing from
Elmira to a Southern pu per, says,
in one year 1*2,000 rebels prisoners
wero sent to Elmira. Of that num?
ber, from th reo to four thousand
died at that place. Tho Government
purchased ground in tho cemetery,
aud they wero buried in a locality
by themselves, euch gravo being
marked with tba name of thc person.
It is proposed to enclose tho ground
with an iron fence, to plant trees
among the graves, nod make thc spot
The Washington Chronicle says:
"Tho international difficulty likely
to ariso in relation to tho death of
Maximilian hus put the Government
on tho gui rire. In order to pro
vent auy foreign nations from taking
advantage of his execution by in?
terfering in tho nliuirs of Mexico,
several war steamers uro to be sent
from tho navy-yard to the mouth of
tho Bio Grande, with a view to watch
the Austrian licet which is to arrive
in Mexican waters to demand tho
body of the lato Emperor.
ACQUITTAL or Ctn.. BL M. ASHBY.
Wo are gratified to announce that
the trial of Col. Ashby ut Clinton,
Andersou County, resulted, on tho
12th instant, ou a base chargo of
crimes committed during the war,
in his honorable acquittal. The ac?
cused was arrested last winter and
cast "into a dungeon, and had some
difficulty iu being admitted to bail.
Tho State made nu utter failure in its
testimony. -Nash ville Dispatch.
Mrs. Emmit T. Hopkins, Executrix, VH.
Henry Canghman ct ai. -Ititi for Sale oj
?N pursuance of tho decretal order in the
above stated case, tho creditors ?d'
WHIG HT DENLEY, deceased, are hereby
directed to establish their demanda before
mo, in Columbia, on or before tho lir.-^t
duv of December m-xt.
1). li. DESAUSSURE, C. E. lt. D.
July 14 mw3mo
John W. l'arker vs. John L. Boatwright,
Adin'r, cl al.
IN pursuance of the decretal order in the
above stated case, thc creditors of the
late JOHN H. BOAT WRIGHT ai e directed
to render and establish their demands
ag.lin.-1 thc oatato, before me, in Columbia,
on or before tho first day of October next.
D. R. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. 1).
July l l mwSrao
Richland District-In Equity.
Franklin H. Elmore and Albert R. Elmore,
Adm'rs, vs. Grace H. Elmore et al.-Hill
to Marshal Assets, Sah of Real Estate,
IS pursuance of the decretal order in the
above stated CHHC, tho creditors of
HARRIET C. ELMORE, deceased, aro
hereby required to .establish their de?
mands before; me, on or before tho first day
of Jauuarv next.
D. li. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
July 14 mwSmo
Edward Kiusler and Henry O. Kinsler,
Executors of J. J. Kinsler, deceased, ve.
Amelia B. Kinsler et al. - HUI for Injunc?
tion, Sale of Real Estate, ?fcc.
IN pursuance of tho decrotal order in the
above stated case, tho creditors of the
late J. J. KINSLER aro horeby required to
establish their demands against tue estate,
before me, in Columbia, on or before tho
first dav of January next.
D. R. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
M. D. Wood, Adni'r de bonis non, et ux et
al., vs. Mrs. Ann Huck et al.
IN pursuance of thc decrotal ordor in tho
above stated case, tho creditors of tho
lato CHAS. BUCK arc hereby required to
prove their demands before nu-, within
three months from publication hereof, and
to file their objection? to the prayers of J
tho complainant?' bill.
D. li. DESAUSSURE, C. E. lt. D.
July U mw3mo
State South C<*rolina--Richlaiid Dist.
/Ar THE COMMON PLEAS.
Robert Henry Walton vs. Tho National
Express and Transportation Company. -
Foreign Attach meut.
WHEREAS tho plaintiff did, on the
twenty-third day of January, 1807,
file his declaration -.gainst the defendants,
who (as it is said) aro absent from and
without the limits of this State, and has no
attorney known within tho same upon
whom a copy of tho said declaration might
It is, therefore, on motion of J. D. Trade
well, Esq., plaintiff's attorney, ordered
that the said defendants do appear and
plead to the said declarationr on or beforo
the 24th day of January, which will bo in
tho year of our I.ord ono thousand eight
hundred and sixty-eight", othorwiso final
and absolute judgment will then bo given
and awarded against thom.
D. B. MILLER, C. C. P.
Clork's Office, Richland District, Janna
ry 23, 1HG7. _Jan30 5q
BBLS. CIDER VINEGAB.
Jnne 30 JOHN C. 8EEOERS it, CO.
MANY of tho old and reapectablo citi?
zen . of Columbia, who remember many
yearn ago tito genius, energy and economy
with winch WM. M. MYERS graded, drain-1
ed and bridged tho principal streets of
Columbia, but particularly his improve- I
ment of Bridge, Malu and Camdon streets,
de.-ire to se*"* him recalled to thc public
service, and do, therefore, nominate him
as a flt and suitable candidate for thc
MAYORALTY, in tho spring cd" lSCS.
Juno 2? mo5* MANY CITIZENS.
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They give sure and speedy relief in nausea,
Bick headache, dyspepsia and all similar
complaints. For sale bv nil druggists.
April 14 inly Du. C. H. MI OT. Agent.
THU DISEASE OK AMERICA -
Dyspepsia ia arid to bo the disease of
America. Ita victims may bo found in all
stations of life. Tho poor as weil as tho
rich are sufferers from ils lifo-dostroyihg
influence Tho symptoms of this discaso
vary greatly in the different stages of tho
complaint. It generally comniencoa with
asen-.ation of fullness after eating, and a
changeable, diminished or lost appetite.
In some instances, the appetite is vora?
cious, and when-in obedience to its
promptings-a largo portion of food is
taken into tho stomach, pain follows in
that region, with general distress, nerv?
ousness and nausea. Flatulency and
heart-burn invariably attend this disease
For all these symptoms,
HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS
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remedy, as its alterative, corrective and
restorative properties are derivad exclu
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of which aro acknowledged by pharmaceu?
tics and physicians. Separately they havo
often been prescribed by the profession,
but were never combined until Dr. Hostet
tor gave to tho world his
which have proved a eovereign remedy for
dyspepsia and its attendant evils.
July 17 f?
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TO MAURY OR NOT TO MAURY!
WHY NOT? Serious Reflections for
Young Men, in Essays of tho Howard As?
sociation, on tho PhysiologL-al Errors,
Abuses and Diseases induced by ignorance
of nature's laws, in tho first ago of man.
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fa. ?_ May li) 8mo
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WINNSBORO, S. C.
THE second term of this
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?MONDAY, tho 22d day or Jnly.
Tho destruction of tho Ineti-1
'tutu buildings by tire will provo j
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have been prepared on tho grounds for
tho temporary accommodation of tin
school; mid BOARDING can still bo ob?
tained ... the families of the Principal and
Teachers. For particulars, address
.'. A. WOODWARD, Principal.
A LETTER WORTH READING?
IT* H. HEIN1T8H-DRAB Sm: For the
2J, benefit of the afflicted, I send you
this certitlcato. My son having been i-e
vorely afflicted with" Scrofula for the last
two years-so much BO that bc has been
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his recovery. Having applied to the best
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induced to try your preparation of
QUEEN'S DELIGHT. I am happy to say
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I appetite, purified and enriched his blood,
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witii running sores, from which many
pieces of hone worked out, yet, to m v groat
astonishment, all except one has healed
i np. A few more bottles will accomplish a
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For tho Bonefit of tho
In Aid of tho
Siiilorina: and Destitute Poor of tho South.
* Will take placo
In Washington, D. 0.. August 1, '67.
TIIK "Ladies' Society in aid of tho Suf?
fering and Destitute Poor of tho South*'
would respectfully and earnestly call thc
attention of tho generous Northern public
to the great distress and fearful Buffering
now prevailing in the Southern States.
Letters are daily received from the South,
from tho Generals Commanding, Govern?
ors, ministers and eminent citizens, fur?
nishing tho most heart-rending details of
tho actual want, famine and starvation in
their immediate neighborhood. Tho fol?
lowing few extracts from thc very many
letters received by tho Secretary and Ma?
nagers of the Society aro respectfully re?
R'DQUARTERS, 4TU MILITARY DIST.,
(MISSISSIPPI ANO AUKANSAS,)
VlCESBUBO, Miss., May 13, 18C7.
I am glad to seo that tho attention of the
contle and humane ladies of the North is
being turned towards the sad and desolate
condition of this once happy land.
Yon, Madam, surrounded with tho plenty
and comforts of a wealthy city, can scarcely
npprcciato the fact that, in many parts of
the South, whole communities aro, by a
failure in crops and tho absenco of money
or its equivalent, loft in want o' .ho neces?
saries of life; and that poor women, with
largo families of helpless children, so ac?
customed to depend on the labor of otherh,
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;
but are left in tho solitudes of these South?
ern forests, in rags and gaunt with hunger,
tmbsistiug on what tin; mother or larger
children can shoooor pick un in tho woods,
or on what the few neighbors, nearly as
poor as they arc, can brinn them.
Oflieors of my acquaint ai. have met
with such mothers, long after dark, out in
the woods, with an old gun just fired, and
tho coon or possum just killed; have gone
homo with them and met the group of little
starvelings waiting patiently mother's re?
turn with some of tue 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
the past year, who had starved to death in
their lonesome cabins. These cases of
groat distress aro rare in Southern cities,
for there, even tho most delicately bred can
generally lind somo work which they can
ilo to keep the wolf from the door; bul the
t 'rms or plantation- in the South aro pe?
culiarly bccludcd, with miles of torest or
swamp" between them, pour roads, and the
-toe!; ;unl animals nearly all taken by the
war, the famine, tho Hoods, or thc thieves,
who in such times iufosl a country, and the
distressed families aro often, by thc time
necessity makes them .vant to leave, too
sick to travel on foot, and there is no other
way to go.
imif proposed entertainment, Madam,
should it produce only funds enough to re?
lieve a small fraction of tho destitution of
this country, w ill bc a good beginning, and
maybe followed in other cities North by
similar appeals to people who have happily
never fell thc desolation and tho horrors
which follow in tho tracks of great armies
of invasion. God speed your society in the
good work, is the wish nf, Madam, yours
truly, H. (). C. OKI),
Brevi t Major-General.
COI.UMIUA, S. C., May 10, 1S07.
Permit mo not only to give you the as?
surance of my poor help in this your gen?
erous endeavor lo relieve our impoverished
and unhappy people, but to expross to you
in their behalf, that gratitude which is so
eminently your due tor tho g?nerons sym?
pathy manifested by your organization for
those among us in distress. Wishing you
dod speed in your noble, work, I am, Ma?
dam, very respectfully, your obedient ser?
vant, "JAMLS L. OUR,
Governor South Carolina.
ns ADQUABTEOS, SECOMB MILITARY DIVISION,
CHARLESTON, S. C., May 13, 18(17.
The excellent purpose you have in view
cannot bc too much commended. The lib?
erality of the Govornmont of tho United
States, and tile munificent contributions
alroadv made for tho relief.of the wide?
spread destitution in tho States, leaves
great numbers unprovided with food and
clothing. And until an abundant harvest
enables tho peoplo hero to do moro for
themselves, I trust the ever gonerous and
prosperous committees of tho North will
continue their noble gifts to this impover?
ished and afflicted population. With my
b?!fit wishes for the success of your under?
taking, I remain, Madam, very respectful?
ly, DANIEL E. SICKLES,
Commanding Second Military District.
HEADQUARTERS, FIUKT MILITARY DIVISION,
RICHMOND, VA., May ll, 18(57.
Mrs. Marlowe Mather -MY DRAB MAUAM:
I shall bo too glad if anything I can say
will aid tho Bocicty in its noble work. A
large proportion of the people of the South
have suffered and many are still suffering
almont to the limit of endurance from the
devastation of war and subsequent failure
of crops. They are making every possible
exertion to revive their various brunches
of industry and become self-supporting.
The liberal assistance which tho Northern
peoplo aro well able to give, will relievo a
great amount of distress, and w ill no doubt
be sufficient to place the poor of tho South
beyond further suffering for food. Tho
recent manifestations of an almost univer?
sal dosire throughout the South for a really
fraternal re-union with the North, may well
sorvo to stimulate the generous sympathies
of tho Northern people, whilo nothing could
d?) moro to foster and encourage the growth
of a healthy sentiment in thu South than
tho generous aid which it is the mission of
your society to invoke. I sincerely hopo
the noble efforts of tho society may result
in tho most abundant success. I am, dear
Madam, very respectfully, your obedient
servant, J. M. SCHOFIELD, Maj. Gen.
GBKENSBORO, May 14, 1867.
Have Jost roturnod from a tour through
the section mado moraorable by "Sher?
man's ?narch to the eeaboard." Poverty,
suffer' < and destitution of tho people can
.cai ~v be realized-living in hate, rudely
constructed of charred boards, of rails,
boughs and mud, yon aro met by hollow
eyed, emaoiated forms, whose first words
aro "bread"-for something to stifle tho
craving? of hunger. In ono place, I wit?
nessed tho body of a child homo to its last
rest, on a board, in tho samo rags in which
it died. In another, four females existed
for a week on two poundB of corn, together
with some roots. On tho road, I mot an?
other who had walked twelve miles to beg
somo food for her children. Manv other
instances, can be givon of sad suffering
from actual want of food. Very truly,
FREDERICK WATTS, M. D.
The publie have already responded nobly
to tho call, but not to tho extent required
to koop starvatioti irom making victims of
many. Additional funds must be raised at
once; tho ease is urgent. The Lady Ma?
nagers, after mature deliberation, have
decided to bring it before tho generous
people of tho North, by giving a Grand
National Entertainment, trusting to their
activo co-operation and sympathizing aid
for tho immediate supply of means to en?
tibio them to purchase and forward ffl ?'\
to starving thousands. Tho Grand Na?
tional Entertainment will be given at
Washington, D. C., August 1,1867. 300,000
tickets will be offered for sale, at #2 each.
Every ticket will bo entitled to an award,
which will tako placo at the same timo.
Half of the amount will be in valuablo
awards to the holders, and thc balance will
bo devoted at once by tho Lady Managers
to purchasing food to bo sent South tor
immediate distribution among the most
needy. Tho Lady Managers havo entered
into an arrangement will? Messrs. Bentley,
Clark ic Co, to superintend the disposal of
tickets, and conduct tho entertainment in
a manner worthy the patronage and sup?
port ol' tho public.
LIST OP AWARDS.
1. An elegant Mansion on Fifth Ave?
nue, New York City; title perfect.
dc"d 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 magniflc't, 15,000
4. 1 Set elogant Diamonds, comp'te, 12,000
5. 1 Set Diamonds and Emeralds. . 10,000
0. 1 Set Diamond Studs and Sleeve
7. 1 Singlo Solitaire Diamond Ring.. 5,000
8. 1 Single Solitaire Diamond Pin.. 4,000
0. 1 Single Srditairo Diamond Stud.. 3,000
10. 1 Diamond Scarf Pin.2,000
ll to 15. 5 Cluster Diamond Rings.
fl.OOO each. 5,000
10 to 20. 5 Jules Jorgensen Watches,
[Hunters] $000 each. 3,000
21 to 25. 5 Thomas Nardin Watches,
[Hunters.] (500each. 2,500
2ti to 50. 25 Solitaire Diamond Rii gs,
(500 each. 12,500
51 to 7"). 25 s. ts elegant Coral, com?
plete, MOO each.10,000
76 to 125. 50 Sets elegant Garnets,
complete, comprising bracelet.
Sleeve Huttons, Ear-Rings and
Breastpin, (200 each.10,000
126 to 1.125. I,0o0 Chromos, Artist's
1,126 lo <;, 125. 5,000 Elegant Engrav?
1,120 to 6.225. 100 Sets Silver Plated
Tea Service, vere heavv.10,00i)
0,220 to 10,000. Consisting of Work
Roses, Writing Desks, Photo?
graphic Albums, Sets Silver
Plated Forks, Fish Knives, Nap?
kin Rings, boxes, Ladies' Hand?
kerchiefs, Gloves, .r.c.44,000
All awards will bo delivered or forwarded
as directed, tho day alter the distribution.
Tho distribution will bo superintended by
a Committee of well known gentlemen,
wno, in giving their aid and sanction to
this noble charity, will not only receive the
confidence of tho public at largo, but the
warmest thanks ol the Ladies' Society in
Aid of the Suffering and Destitute Poor
of the South.
S I N G Ii E TICKETS $2.00.
5 Tickets.i'.t I 75 Tickets.$135
10 Tickets.1H I 100 Tickets. 180
20 Tickets.30 150 Tickets.27t)
30 Tickets.54 200 Tickets.360
lt) Tickets.72 3(10 Tickets.540
50 Tickets.00 500 Tickets.ooo
Established and reliable agents will bo
allowed 15 per cent, commission. AR orders
or communications addressed to main
ofiico. BENTLEY, CLARK & CO.,
222 Pennsylvania Avenue,
[P. O. Box 10.] Washington, I). C.
Full information regarding the Enter?
tainment may be obtained at tho ofHoe of
tho "Ladies' Society in Aid of tho Salier
ing and Destitute Poor of thp Sooth," No.
175 Fifth Avenue, New York.
HONOKAitY ME1IBBB8.-Mrs L W Jerome,
Mrs Mark Brumagim, .Mrs James Willett*,
Mrs E Underbill, Mrs Wm lveson, Mrs Jas
Darling, Mrs H Whitman, Mrs A Froar, Mrs
Abraham Lincoln, Mrs C N Chapin, Mrs M
Duncan. Mrs J H Clark, Mrs Daniel Sloan,
Mrs W B Astor. Mrs A T Stewart, Mrs Au?
gust Belmont. 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 G Cogswell, Mrs T
K Tillinghast, Mrs M H Grinned, Mrs M
K Shaffer, Mrs C M Garrison, Mrs A B
Mack, Mrs J 0 Barrington, Mr? M A Kel?
logg, Mrs LeGrand, Capers, Mrs A L De
Forrest. Mrs L E Kennedy, Mrs B O Tay?
lor, Mrs J 0 Fremont, ?drs Frank E Howe.
Mr? Georgo Manger, Mrs A E Burnsido,
Mrs ll C Murphy; Maj Gen Philip H Sheri?
dan, Commanding 5th Military District,
N O; Maj Gen John Pope, Commanding 3d
Military District, Mobile; Maj (Jen J M
Schofield, Commanding 1st Military Dis?
trict, Richmond; Maj Gen E O C Ord, Com
manding 4th Military District, Vicksburg;
Maj Ooii Daniel E sickles, Commanding 2d
Military Di.-trict, Charleston; Maj Gen
John A Dix, U s Minister. Paris, France:
Gov A E Burnside, Rhode Island; Gov F H
Pier repont, Virginia; Gov. Thomas Swann,
Mnrvland; Gov J Worth, North Carolina;
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Georgia; Gov J Madison Wells, Louis?iui?;
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Drake Mills. Mrs E 8 Adams. Mrs. H. Sher?
man, Miss M Duncan, Miss Maria MoHlton,
Mrs James Clark; Mrs Harlowo Mather,
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THE TRIUMPH OF ART!
MORE TESTIMONY IN FAVOR OF
Heinitsh's Queen's Delight.
EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS: ?"Die
Queen's Delight is beginning to
awaken the attention of our physicians.
Its remarkable curative power is seen in
its wonderful effoct upon disease. As a
blood purifier, there is no medicino liko it
known to tho profession. A gentleman
told me that Iiis son has been taking the
Queen's Delight, and is more benefited hy
it than by any other medicine. Ho wants
a dozen bottles."
Extract from a letter: "It 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
uuro medicine"-but tho best medicino I
have ever taken for eruptions and genoral
bad hoalth. I bad an eruption all over my
body, with impaired digestion and Ji.'sor
dered liver, and have tried a great cany
modicines without kuy benefit. I havo
taken one bottle of your Queen's Delight,
the eruption has disappeared, my appetite
is botter, my liver and digestion is im
Croved. I am satisfied one or two moro
ottlos will cure mo."
Extract from a letter: "At the eloso of
the war, my constitution was shattered. I
could not oat, sleep or perform any dntv
whatever, aeon was my prostrate "condi?
tion. Medicine and medical aid I had in
abundance, s?eh was my condition np to a
few months since, when I began the uso of
vour Queen's Delight. I have used two
bottles, my constitution is greatly im?
proved, my appetite is good, ODjoy rotresh
tng sleep, and am able to perform my share
nf daily labor."
Extract from a lotter-Wonderful effect
of only ono bottle: "I have, usod only a
half bottle of 'Queen's Delight' for boils
und eruptions of tho skin and itching hu?
mors of tho blood, which annoyed me very
much. I am eutirely cured. 1 think your
medicine a valuable one."
A remarkable case of liver complaint and
lieadache cured by the uso of "Heinitsh's
Queen's Delight:'* A lady of unquestioned
worth and reputation voluntarily gives tes?
timony of the wonderful effects of this
medicino. She has been from early years
a martyr to neadaches, caused by impor
rcct action of thc liver, producing intenso
u< ad ache and pain over tho eyes. She bas
taken only four bottles, and "assures tis of
the perfect cure it bas made. She now en?
joys good health.
still another: "During last spring, I bad
been troubled with obstinate chills and
fever, which, when enred, left my system
In a wretched condition, blood impure, and
1 was afllicted with an angry, anil, as 1 at
one time thought, an incurable, cutaneous
eruption over my entire body. Tho most
violent remedies suggested failed to work
a cure, until, at tho instance of a friend, I
tried Dr. Hnjruitsh's Queen's Delight. Less
than two bottles cured me, leaving ni v skin
In a healthy condition. My general health
is as good an over. For such purposes, I
have, ever since my euro, unhesitatingly
recommended yonr Queen's Delight."
Don't buy any bnt tho right kind. All
genuino Queen's Delight has tho copy-right
mark, on the outside, and it is the only
medicine which produces these wonderfrl
cures. For salo wholesale and retail at
FISHER A HEINITSH'S
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