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I. ssly for the Columbia Pham?c.]
Tb.? President's Veto.
WASHINGTON, July 19.-Tho fol?
lowing is a syuopsis of tho President's
veto of the supplementary recon?
Alluding to the declaration that tho
State Governments are illegal, he says
"a singular contradiction is apparent
here. Congress declares tbeso local
State Governments to bo illegal Go?
vernments, and then' provides that
these illegal Governments shall be
carried on by Federal ofllcers, who
are to porform the very duties im?
posed on its own officers by this ille?
gal Stato authority. It certainly
would ho a novel spectacle if Congress
should attempt to carry ou a legal
Stato Government by tho agency ol
its own officers. It is yet more
strange that Congress attempts, to
sustaiu and carry on au. illegal State
Government by tho same novel
agency." With regard to title bj
conquest, he says "it is a new title,
acquired by war. It applies only tc
territory; for goods or movable itenii
regularly captured in war aro called
booty; or, if takou by individual sol?
diers, plunder. Thero is not a fool
of groujpd of one of these ten State:
which tho United States holds bj
conquest, save only such laud as die
not belong to either of theso States
or to any individual owuer. I meat
such lands as did boloug to the pre
tended Governmeut called tho Cou
federato States. These lauds we niaj
claim to hold by conquest. As to al
other lands or territory, whether be
longing to the States or to individu
..tis, tho Federal Government has nov
no moro title or right to it than i
had before the rebellion." The mes
sago concludes as follows: "Within i
period less than a year tho legislatioi
of Congress has attempted to stri)
tho exooutivo department of the ga
vern mc ut of some of its cssentid
powers. The Constitution, and th
oath provided in it, devolve upon th
President the power and tho duty t
see that the laws are faithfully exe
outed. The Constitution, in ord?
to carry out this power, gives him th
choice of tho agents, and makes thor
subject to his control aud aupervi
sion; but in the execution of the?
laws, tho constitutional obligatio
upon the President remains; but tb
power lo exercise that constitution;
duty is effectually taken away. Til
military commander is, as to tb
power of appointment, made to tal;
the place of the President, ?iud tl:
general of tho army tho placo of tli
Senate; and any attempt on tho pa:
of tho President to assert his ow
constitutional power may, nuder \>r<
tenco of law, be-met by official ii
subordination. It is to be ferne
that theso military officers, lookir
to tho authority given bj' these lav
rather than to tho letter of tho Co
stitution, will recognize uo .mthori
but the commaneler of tho elistri
and tho general of tho army,
thare was no other objection tlu
this to this proposed legislation,
would bo sufficient. Whilst I ho
the chief executive authority of tl
Uuited States; whilst the obliguth
rests upon me to see that all tho hv
are faithfully executed, I can nev
willfully surrender that trust to tl
powers given for its executiou. I ci
n?rar give my assent to bo made 1
sij?^ible for the faithful execution
tho laws, and at tho samo time sr
render that trust aud the powt
which accompany it to any other e?
cutivo officer, high or low, or to a
number of executive officers,
this executive trust, vested by t
Constitution in tho President, is
bo taken from him aud vested ir
subordinate officer, tho responsibil
will bo with Congress, in clothing t
subordinate with uncoustitutioi
power, and with the officer who
sames its exercise. This interfcrei
with tho constitutional authority
thc executive elepartmeut is au e
that will inevitably sap tho fouui
tions of our Federal system, but il
not the worst ovil of -his legislate
It is a great public wrong to ti
from tho President powers confer?
upon him alone by the Constitute
but tho wrong is moro flngrant ii
moro tlangerou8 wheu tho powers
taken from tho President aro c
ferred upon subordinate execut
ofllcers, and especially upon milit
oilicer-j. Over nearly one-third
tho Statos of tho Union milit
power, regulated by no fixed li
rules supreme. Each ono of th
five district commanelors, thou ^h
chosen by tho people or responsi
to them, have this hour moro exe
tivo power, military and civil, tl
tho pcoplo have ever been willing
confer upon the head of tho exe
tive department, though chosen
and responsible to themselves. 1
remedy must como from tho pen
themselves. They know what i
and hew it is to be applied. At
present time they cannot, accord
io tho Constitution, repeal theso la
they cannot remove or control t
military despotism. Tho rome
nevertheless, is in their bauds; i
to be found in Ule ballot, and i
sure one, if not controlled by frn
overawetl by arbitrary power,
from apathy on their part, too 1
delayed. With abiding confident
their patriotism, wisdom and inte
ty, I am still hopeful of the fut
and that in tho end the rod of i
potism will be broken, the armed
of power be lifted from tho neck
tho people, and tho prinoiplo ?
violated Constitution preserved."
LONDON, July 20.-The Tories, in
the House of Lords, sustain the Derby
reform bill. Earl Groy opposes it.
PAMS, July 20,-Napoleon conti?
nues to purchase horses for the army;
military work -simps are overtasked.
Adjourn i ix-ut of Congress.
"WASHINOTOH, July 20.-The ex?
citement iu tho House is very great,
and tho impeachers, hiking advan?
tage of tliia in the House, carried
their point of ordering the evidenco
reported and printed: but Mr. Wil
sou, Chairman of tho Judicinry Com?
mittee, who has strongly opposed tho
movement, trifled over the matter,
uut.il the Speaker's' hammer fell for
adjournment, thus again defeating
In the Senate, there was an irregu?
lar discussion regarding adjournment,
in which the President was deuouueed
as contumacious, and Mr. Chandler
said there was a sort of hybrid con?
cern in the Senate called conserva?
tivo republicanism. Mr. Foster took
the further remarks of Mr. Chandler
as personal, and said he had but one
thing to say, omi that was that what
the Senator from Michigan says is
not true. The Senate adopted the
report of the Committee of Confer- I
euee, and adjourned to tho 21st of |
WASHINGTON, duly 20.-A Stirrat!
juror was taken violently ill with
cholera morbus, and the court took a I
Gen. John A. McClernand, of Uli-1
nois, has been nominated for the
Otterburg, Secretary of Legation,
states that the members of the Cabinet, !
except Stanton, approved tho mes?
sage. Some passages were stricken :
out daring its consideration in Cabi?
John L. Goddard, Grand Master
of the Pennsylvania Masons, is dead.
Tho Post Office Dopartmeut has
ordered contracts for mail transporta- j
tion from Brashear, La., by Sabine j
Pass, Texas. Beaumonto and Liberty, i
to Houston and back, six times a j
week, by steamboat, and railroad, on
a schedule of twenty, four hours. The
route is 805 miles long.
The President uomiuuted Hornee]
Greeley for the Austrian mission, but
objection being made, under thornie
of the Senate, that nominations eau
? ot be considered thc same day, the ?
nomination goes over.
John Nethcrland, of Texas, has
been confirmed as Minister to Bolivia.
Internal revenue receipts to-day
$093,000; for tho four weeks, $4,230,
Gen. Howard has issued orders to
his subordinates, regarding employ?
ees; preference must bi; given to such
as have been loyal; all must take the
Thc Judiciary Committee was au?
thorized to send for persons and
papers, on the question whether
Kentucky, Mu ry laud and Delaware
have Republican Constitutions.
A resolution ordering tho Judiciary
Committee to report evidenco taken
iu tho impeachment case, passed by a
voto of 57 to 43. This result was
applauded by the impeachers.
The Conference Committee report?
ed on adjournment from 1 o'clock
to-day to the 21st November; agiotai
to by yeas GI, nays -IC.
NEW Youx, July 20.-An Austrian
ship has arrived from Antwerp,
which hud seventeen deaths on the
voyage; sent to quarantine.
COM .11 KU CIA I. ANO FINANCIAL.
NEW YORK, July 20-Noon.-Mo?
net firm. Stocks strong. Gold &9%.
Flour dull-common grades droop?
ing. Wheat a shade firmer. Corn
l(?'2e. lower. Pork steady, at $22.!>,"j
(3 23. Cotton quiet and steady
middling uplands 26J?@27.
SAVANNAH, July 20.-Cotton active
and in good demand, with an ad?
vancing tendency; sales 210 bales
AUGUSTA, July 20.-Holders' prices
are too high for buyers and very few
bales sold-middling held at 24.
7 P. M.-Cotton firmer; sales 2,000
bales, at 2G'.i(W27 for middling up?
lands. Flour dull-Stato $7(S ll '.j ;
Southern80.GQ(a 17. Wheat 3c. better.
LIVERPOOL, Jilly 20-Noon.-Cot
tou firm and unchanged; sales 15,000
bales. Breadstuff's quiet. Coru 35.
SOMETHMG NEW ll
CALL AND SLE!
MY stock of Goods . . --
y^V has been materially .... ' '
?t^jL?S?ll<klcd to during thu past week, and
i um now prepared to show an oxcellent
stock of JEWELRY. Also, WATCHES,
CLOCKS, SPECTACLES, etc. "Tip-top"
GOLD PENS tho best manufactured.
Persons desirous of having the hair of
deceased friends or relatives preserved in
enduring style, can have it MANUFAC?
TURED into RINGS, BREAST-PINS or
EAR-RINGS, handsomely or plainly orna?
KW REPAIRING of all kinds faithfully
attended tn, and at PRICES TO SUIT THE
At J. Snlzbachcr k Co.*?,
Assembly street, opposite Market.
_ Joly ia_
JUST received, a nice lot of LAWNS, at
twenty cents por yard.
_JunoJ8 _ ALFRED TOLLESON.
THE ROOM over the atoro of Thomson
Earle. Apply to
April 10 ALFRED TOLLESON.
Coal! ?o??T? OoaiT?
CONSUMERS desirousof availingthem-,
selves of tho reduced rntoa of freight
on the South Carolina Railroad, can have
their oTdcre filled immediately, at LOW
RATES, by add rotting
H. F. RAKER A CO.,
.<o. 20 Cumberland Street,
July 19 C?_Charleston, B. Q.
D. B. HASELTON,
331 King Street, Charleston, S. C.,
General Agent for the Weed Shuttle Machine
FOR South Carolina and Florida. SEW?
ING MACHINES, of all kinda, cleaned,
repaired, improved nnd for unie. Needles,
Oil ami TOOIM, of all kinda. Juno 20 lin*
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
THIS well-known FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL has been thoronghl&repsir
.cd, refitted and refurnished, and ia
now ready for the accommodation nf the
traveling public, whoso patronage in re
The proprietor promises to do all in his i
power for tim comfort of his guests.
March gi JOSEPH PURCELL,. Prop'r.
Livery and Sale Stables, ;
Charleston, S. O. DIE-c.'f^JC
GEN A BAKER, Pro->>U&y- !
priotors. Carriage?, Plnotons, Bug- 1
gie* and Saddle Horses to hire, at all hours. :
Mules and Horses for sale. Feb 27
C H A K J. E S T O N% S. C.
CCOACHES always in readiness to convey
J passengers to and from the Hotel.
Feb 26 WHITE A- MIXER, Proprietors.
1PASSENGERS leaving Columbia on '
tho South Caroliua Railroad liv Ibo .
morning train, can get BREAKFAST at
Kingsville, as ample time is allowed for
that purpose. 0. A. SCOTT, i
June ?0 Proprietor.
MPERSONS who desire lo pass the
summer months itt a healthy section,
where good wator and mountain air ai"
tho principal attractions, eau be comfort?
ably accommodated at thu WALHALLA
HOTEL. Trains now run daily each way.
Board bv tho week or month at reasonable
rates. ' D. RIEMANN.
Julv fl "-mo
E. H. STOKES
. . TAKES this method of informing
Inr his tWne r ifatrous thal ho has RL
a?lL FITTED and FURNISHED his
HOUSE in tho best manner, nnd is now
prepared to receive TRANSIENT GUESTS
on the most favorable terms. His house
is eligibly and conveniently situated-on
the corner of Franklin street, opposite Odd
Fellows Hall, (a low door? below tho Ex?
Jun?: 10 Imo"
St. James Hotel,
NEW ORLEANS, I.A.
p n o r cirrous :
WM. A. HERD, of New Orleans.
\V. F. COBKERY, Spottswood Hotel, Rich?
tf3r Telegraph and Railroad Offices in i
rotunda or Hotel. July ;i 6tno
United States Internal Revenue.
COLUMBIA, S. C., July 17, 18<?7.
NOTICE is hereby given that all TAXES
assessed in Lt xington District, for
tho years of lat?l, LSO? and lSt?ti, aro now
past due', and payment thereof is required
to be made to A. II. MONTEITH, at tho
Kiusler's Ferrv, August 1, 2 and :).
Lexington C. H., August 5 and (5.
Sanford Eleazer'a Store, August 10.
Thc Taxes can also be paid at the Col- ?
lector's Oftico, over Hope s store, at Colum?
bia, S. C., until l?th August; after which ,
date a penalty will be added to all default- :
i rs. A. S. WALLACE,
Jn'y 18 ? Collector 8d District S C. |
Statement ol Condition of the North
of Hartford, on Lst day of July, 186'
the State of South Carolina, i-ursuar.
rTlHE natue of the Company is NORTH AA
JL It is located in Hartford, Connecticut.
The amount of its Capital Stock paid up is $:
Cash on hand, and in thc banda of ageutSPl
Real Estate unencumbered, none.
Ronds owned by the Company:
Michigan ti per cent, bouda.
United States ('? per cent, bonds, ISSI.
United States ti per cent. 5-20 bonds.
United States 7 8-10 per cent. Treasury notes
Loans on bond and mortgage, being first lici
tate, worth double tho amount loaned . .
Debt? otherwise secured.
Dubti for Premiums.
All other securities are:
Bank stocks owned by the Company:
250 shares Plucnix Rank, New' York....
50 " Metropolitan Rank, " ...
50 " Merchants' Rank, " * ..
50 " Rank of America, " _
50 " Ain'n Exchange Bank, " ....
CO " Merchants'Exchange, " ....
100 " boston National Bank, Beaton_
58 " Maverick National Hank, " ....
50 " Charter Oak Nat'l Bank, Hartford
118 " Mercantile National Bank, "
50 " City National Bank. "
50 " .Etna National Bank,
loo " Pheonix National Bank, "
12? " Hartford A New Haven it. R. Co.,
Interest accrued, but not due, and all other ]
I.I Alii ni
Amount duo or not due to banka or other ere
Losses adjusted and duo .
Losses adjusted and not due.
Losses in suspense, waiting for further prool
AU other claims against thc Company-none
Tho greatest amount insured in any ono ri
lo wed by tho rule- of tho Company to bo inei
rule has" been adop.ed. Tho greatest amoun
no rulo has boen adopted; deponda upon ita
earnings deposited in any Stato. as security 1
ter or Act of Incorporation, sent heretofore.
STATE OF CONNECTICUT, COUNTY or HAKTFOI
?illy appearotl before me William O. Hastings
tary, of the North American Firo Insurance O
statement by them subscribed is a truo, full i
Company, and exhibits, so far as ascertained
lat day of Jab/, 1887. Before me, SILA
New York Advertisements.
GEO. C. DUNBAR,
Hunker, und Commission Broker
IN BOUTHF.RN SECURITIES, Tolo
Jjrraph ?nd Express Stocks, County. City
?ndTown Bonds, Gas Stocks and mlecel
laneous Railroad Securities. No. 7 WALL
STREET, NEW YORK.
SS- Refera to Dr. John Fishor and Col.
L. D. Childs, Columbia, S. C.
July 19 3 mo_
21, 23, 25 ANJ) 27 BROAp WA Y, Ar. Y.
opWwrra BowuRQ OUEKN.
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
milE STEVENS HOUSE is well and
JL widely known to tho traveling public.
The-location is especially suitable to nu r;
chanta, and business men; it is in close
proximity to tho business part of the city,
is itu the highway of Southern and West?
ert? travel, and adjacent to all tho princi?
pal railroad and Steamboat depots.
The Stevens House bas liberal accom?
modation for over 31)0 guests; it is well fur?
nished, and possesses every modern
improvement for the comfort and enter?
tainment of its inmates. The rooms hav?
ing been refurnished and remodeled, wo
arc enabled to oiler oxtra facilities fer the
comfort and pleasure of our guests. Tbc
rooms are spacious and weil ventilated -
provided with gas and water; the attend?
ance is prompt and rospoctful, and the
table is generously provided with every
delieaev of the season-at moderate rates.
GEO. K. CHASE & CO.,
May :il Onto Proprietors.
SOUTHERN BANK NOTES'.
Bought and sold on commission bv
LAWRENCE, BROS. & CO.,
KO. 1? WALLSTREET. KEW YOUR.
MONEY received mi deposit from banks,
bankers, merchants and others. Or?
ders in Gold, Government and other Secu?
rities executed at tho regular Stock In?
chang? by a member nf tho Orin. Consign*
monts of Cotton solicited. April 8
DKWITT C. LAWUBNCE. JOUN R. CECIL.
Ovars J. L.wvKKNCK. WM. A. HALSTEP
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
UNITED STATES TYPE FOUNDRY
AND PRINTER'S WAREHOUSE.
"VTOS. -28, 30 and 32 Centre street. (corilOX
l^i >f Reade street,) Now York. Thc type
on wbicii thia paper is printed it. from ilie
.above Foundry. Nov ls
A NEW SUPPLY OF
OF THE VERY LATEST STYLES.
ALSO, A SEW StTl l.Y OK
ri Vi IE above GOODS were pureba-, fl at
X tho late GREAT REDUCTION IN
PRICES, and will bo Hold VERY LOW.
m. I.. K?NARD.
mnoMPSON'S GENUINE EYE WATER,
JL for sore and inflamed eves.
McAllister's All-healing Salve-a valu?
able oint nient for old sores.
Dalby'?] Carminative for Children.
Fly l'oison Paper, for instant death to
Harvev'a Rat Finnis, thc rai annihi?
"Harleam Oil," the Dutch specific-a
Extract Lemon and Vanilla, for flavoring.
Fica Powder, tor insects, ants, .Ve.
Soothing Syrup, for children teetldng.
Sugar Plums, for worms-tho Pontoons.
Soda Water Powders, for a cool drink.
For sale by FISHER & UEINIT8H,
Juno 1 Druggists.
American Eire Insurance Company,
7, made to the Comptroller-General of
it to the Statute ot that State.
[ERICAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Tlie amount of its Capital Stock is $300,000.
500,000. The assets of the Company arc as
. other persons. i32,CS? 00
.par value, il-1,000 00 ?13.300 00
. ? .? 2,000 00 2,800 00
. " " 100,000 00 107,025 00
. . " " 100,000 00 100,500 00
i (?u unencumbered real P8
. ?1,000 00
. 5,831 00
. 758 33
I'nr Value. Market Value.
$5,00u 00 15,400 00
5,000 00 0,500 00
2,500 00 2.000 00
5.000 00 7,000 00
5,000 00 5,800 00
3,000 00 3,300 00
10.000 00 11,000 00
5,800 00 0,01)0 00
I, 5,000 00 O.OOO 00
11,800 00 12,213 00
5,000 00 5,400 00
5,000 00 0,250 OW
10,000 00 18,300 00
12,000 00 23,810 00
$80,700 00 $114,463 00 (?114,408 00
property of tho Company. 8,270 22
. $390,088 17
. 5,017 13
. 17,844 25
isk is ?15.000. Tho greatest amount ai?
med in any ono city, town or villago-no
t allowod to bo inaurod in any ono block
construction. No part of tho capital or
br losses thoroin. Certifiod cop* of Char
WM. 0. HASTINGS, Pr?sident.
J. B. PIERCE, Socrotary.
lD_s.<5._iiARTFoau, July 5, 1867.-Person
, President, and Joseph B. Pierco, Socro
ompany, and made oath that tho foregoing
and correct statement of tho affairs of said
at Miie dato, ita aotual condition on the
S CHAPMAN, JB., Notary Public.
>EO. HUGGINS, Agent, Columbia, S. C.
"By Industry we Thrive!"
Power Press Book, Job anil Newspaper
Woe! side Main street, aboveITaylor,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
If you Want a Thorough Newspaper,
arB?ccn>E i ou
Daily and Tri-wcekly; or the
As tl.ty contain
The Latest Hews I
Foreign and American, besides a vast
amount of miscellaneous reading. These
ari! tho only papers in tho State, outside of
Charleston, which regularly publish .
Every issue of tlie Daily contains from
ten to fourteen Columns of Beading Matter;
thc Tri-weekly from twenty to twenty-four,
tho Weekly FORT?-EIGHT COLUMNS
making it thc LABGEST and CHEAPEST
PAPER IN THE SOUTH. Specimens fur?
nished. An examination of their merits is
TERMS FOR SIX MONTHS.
Daily, fi; Tri-wcekly, ?2.50; Weekly, $1.60.
INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE.
lu the Trice of
Our OFFICE ls thoroughly supplied with
CARDS, PAPER, BRONZE, COLORED
INK, CUTS and TYPE in groat variety,
tho proprietor is prepared to execute, at
short notice, in good stylo, and, owing to
tho dull season, at
A DISCOUNT OF 20 PER CEXT.
From usual rates, every variety of
From a Visiting Card to a Three-Sheet
Poster, or a Pamphlet to a large-sized Vo?
lume. All persons in want of auy kind
of JOB PRINTING arc invited to call, and
wc pledge onrsclvt s to give entire satisfac?
tion, in tho way of
Programme.?, Business Cards,
Vic ?ting Cards, Dray Tickets,
Wedding Cards, Receipts,
Bill Heads, Labels,
Circulars, Blanks, Ac
JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor.
Bacon Hains, Lard, Candies, Soap, Whis?
key, <?CJ, ?tc.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
TO-MORROW (Monday) MORNING, 22d,
at half-past 9 o'clock, I will sell, at my
store, without reserve,
1 casks primo Sugar-cured Hams,
10 tubs Quo Lard,
10 boxes first quality Adamantine Can?
5 boxes Family Soap,
10 boxes Scaled Herrings,
No. 1 Corn Whiskoyj Freuch Brandy,
Vinegar, Brooms, Salcratns, Tobacco,
Segars, Ac, to.
Sundry articles of Furniture.
Unlimited goods received np to hour
of salo. July 21 fm2
? Truly Wonderful Medicine!
Liver Complaint Cured by Queen's
THE symptoms of Liver Complaint aro
uneasiness ami pain in tho right sido,
and soreness upon touch immediately
under tho inferior ribs; inability to Be
upon tho left side, or, if at all, ? dragging
sensation is produced which seriously
affects respiration, causing, very often, a
troublesome cougli. Together with these
symptoms, wo perceive a coated tongue,
acidity of tho stomach, deficiency of per?
spiration, and sometimes a sympathetic
pain in the shoulder, with a great disposi?
tion to sleep, and depression of spiritB,
and sometimes sores in the mouth or
throat. These symptoms, if permitted to
c< ni Inue, will eventually produce consump?
tion, tho most baneful of all diseases.
Tho symptoms of Dyspepsia are various;
those affecting the stomach aro nausea,
heart-burn, loss of appetite, disgust for
food, sometimes a depraved appetite,
sense of fulness or weight in tho stomach,
sinking or (Bittering in the pit. of tho sto?
mach, non: eructations, coated tongue,
acidity of thc stomach, hurried and diffi?
cult breathing, ?tc.
The sympathetic affections are very di?
versified-cold feet, pain or woakness
through the limbs, swimming of the head,
sudden flushes of heat, .Vc.
The uso of tho QUEEN'S DELIOHT
should bc persevered in until every symp?
tom of Dyspepsia baa vanished, and hearth
ia entirely restored.
Derangements of the Liver and
Are sources bf insanity. From disorder
or obstruction, a morbid action of the sym?
pathetic and other nerves follows,- and tho
functions of tho brain are impaired and
deranged; derangement there will also
produce disease of tin? heart, Skin; lunga
and kidneys, it is owing to tho earnc
canso that thousands dio with Cholera,
Bilious or Yellow Fever, and that most
baneful disease. Consumption.
Tho origin of numerous cases of Con
snmption ia impaired digestion; and many,
many casi's of sum>us<'<l Consumption
could be entirely cured bv the use of the
QUEEN'S DELIGHT, as tho emaciation,
debility and cough attending weakness of
tho digostivo organs aro so near allied to
tho symptoms of Consumption, that thc
ono disease is frequently mistaken for the
It is ii well-catabliuhcd fact that fully
one-half of tho t?malo portion of our
population ?ire seldom in tho enjoyment of
good health, or, to use their own expres?
sion, "never feel well." They are languid,
di void of all energy, extremely nervous
and have no appetite. To this class of
invalids, tho Queen's Delight is especially
recommended. Their peculiar tonic and
invigorating properties render it invalua?
ble in such cases. Tho patient should im?
mediately discard all pills and powders, as
they only weaken tho system, andreaortto
tho uso of the Queen's Delight, tho inva?
riable result of which will bo a strong and
hearty constitution, a disappearance of aU
nervousness, a good appetite and a perfect
restoration to health.
Weak and delicate children aro made
strong by nsing thc Queen's Delight. In
fact, it ia a Family Medicine; it can bo ad?
ministered with perfect safety to a child
three months old, tho most delicate female
or n man of ninotv.
JW Bo sure and ask for "IIEINITSH'S
QUEEN'S DELIGHT;" none other ia genu?
ine. For salo bv
FISHER & HEINITSH, Druggists,
July 0 Columbia, S. C.
IN THE BRICE OF
Clothing ! 1
AS is our usual custom at
thc close of each season, we
now oiler our stock of
SPRING CLOTHING AT COST!
BARGAINS in BOYS'
CASS?MERES k TWEEDS.
lt. & W. C. SWAFFIELDa
X. B. Wc arc daily mak?
ing additions to our stock of
Clothing, with GOODS OF
OUR OWN MANUFAC?
TURE. May 14
Ladies, Please Notice.
SOLS, FANS and JEWELRY.
[ neatly ropaired. <
New FANS made for thoao,
CLOCKS repaired, cloancd and warrant?
ed, by J. E. LUMSDEN,
Corner Lady and Assembly streets.