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VOLUME III-NO. ll.
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Wo make tho following extrait
from a speech delivered last week, in
Congress, by Mr. Robinson, of
Brooklyn, New York. Tho speech
was a long and ablo one, uud this
eloquent extract will well repay pe?
And never shall wo have recon?
struction till reconciliation fans its
holy spark into a vivifying flame.
Never, while men who should dio
pleading for forgiveness as they hope
to be forgiven crawl arouud tho
tomb-stones of the bloody past like
another "Old Mortality," with in?
cessant mallet and steeled ch ?sol,
deepening tho records of human
frailty which the winds and rains of
Heaven wero mercifully providing to
"A canting crow,
So smooth, so godly, yet so devilish, too,
Who, armed at once with Bibles and with
Blood on their hands and Scripture on
Tyrants by creed and torturers by text,
Make tins lifo hell in honor of tho next.1'
Let "b.ygones be bygones," if you
ever mean to let us becotno ono peo?
ple nguiu. If you mean, to keep us
forever apart, say so ana be honest.
Wo have fought the .South with their
Johnstons and their Stonewall Jack?
sons, and they, by our superior num?
bers and resources, are at our feet.
The prodigal son, at whom tho gen?
tleman from Pennsylvania [Mr. Ste?
vens] recently sneered, has returned
from scenes of dissipation and riot
t ona living. If 3'ou mean to take him
Bjbaok, do so, and kill the fatted calf,
^lf yon mean to slay thc prodigal sou
and keep the fatted calf kicking up
its heels around the barn-yard, say
so. Do something; but do not talk
reconstruction while you tire plotting
disunion. If the erring wife has re?
turned, take her to your bo.^omi or,
if you cannot do this, cast her from
you forever. Do not ho reconstruct
. ing her into another and different
person, for that would not be recon?
ciliation, but bigamy. [Laughter. |
If you mean to live with her, banish
from your roof, as you would a spirit
from hell, every croaking miscreant
who would shriek into both your
ears the follies and thc crimes which
you both committed and which lcd
to j'our separation. If you mean to
restoro to tho weeping Union its
former children, oh, give her back
her darling hoy, and not the sickly,
fairy child with which you would
mock a mother's prayer.
Sir, these are words of truth and
soberness. I believe the speed?
iest way to reconstruction is honest
reconciliation and mntnal forgive?
ness. I stand not here to justify tho
South. While sho was in rebellion,
sho was my enemy; in submission,
she becomes again my friend. I
would not inflict upon her ono singlo
unnecessary humiliation. Of crimes
against us sho has been guilty, but
who can cast tho first stone of inno?
cence? I tell you that thoro wero
more crimes against life, person and
property perpetrated in Massachu?
setts since the rebellion was put
down thnn in South Caroliua; crimes
deeper and more damnable, somo
oven nameless, for which no punish?
ment was inflicted, not oven expul- '
sion from tho legislativo body of
which their perpetrators were mem?
bers. I tell you that lifo and person
and property havo been moro unsafe,
that crimes against them have boen
inure numerous in one 8<nglo North?
ern district than in thc entire State
of North Carolina. Life, liberty and
property to-day are in moro jeopardy
in Tennessee, which you do not pro?
poso to reconstruct .or control, than
in any other portion of tho world.
^ . ?' --
Tho Boston Post says that tho
factory operatives in Now Bedford
were never so continuously and dis?
gracefully drunk as at present.
Annexation of Mexico.
Tho Washington correspondent of
tho New York Herald writes:
Daring the Inst few days, a new
movement has como to light, which
has for its objeot tho annexation of
Mexico to tho United States. Tho
facts concerning it are as follows: It
seems that Mr. Abbott, brother of
tho historian, J. S. C. Abbott, has
been engaged for two years past in
plauning and maturing a scheme for
the acquisition of tho Northern tier
of Mexican States, with a view ulti?
mately to tho absorption of tho wholo
of Mexico. He has traveled exten?
sively through thuteouutrj-, put him?
self in communication with its lead?
ing men, including Juarez, and rando
overtures to them, with the tacit
sanction of promiucut parties in tho
United States. Until lately, ho met
with but littlo encouragement in
Mexico. Since the capturo and exe?
cution of Maximilian, however, his
propositions have been more favora?
bly considered. A few days ago, Mr.
Abbott succeeded in getting together
a number of prominent Senators and
Representatives, to whom ho made a
statement of his labors and prospects.
The meeting was held in thc Vice
President's room at tho capitol.
Thero were present Senators Wade,
Sumner, Cbaudler, Nye, Howard,
Ramsay, Cole, and Representatives
Banks, Butler, and a few others of
I lesser note. Mr. Abbott gave a dc
! tailed account of his plans, and laid
rbefore them maps and surveys of the
territory proposed to he annexed to
j tho United States. He stated that
since tho success of the Liberals,
there were fears entertained by tho
leading men of Mexico of a new inva?
sion of that country by the European
powers, who we.ro enraged at the
death of Maximilian, and also of a
fresh repetition of tho intestine
strifes which have torn the republic
for so many years. Under these cir?
cumstances, Juarez and tho better
class of Mexican le aders entertain se?
rious propositions of placing Mexico
under tho protection of tho United
States, on certain conditions, the
most vital of which is that the}- shall
be taken caro of in the way of secur?
ing good positions in their native
country. Abbott urged thal our Go?
vernment should enter into negotia?
tion with Juarez, and improve tho
opportunity ta annex Mexico to the
Union. He expatiated upon thc im?
mense advantage it would secure to
us commercially, and in a territorial
point of view. Tho Senators and
Representatives present listened to
him attentively for nearly an hour,
when each one gave his views on thc
MAXIMILIAN'S DEATH IN FBANCE. -
The Moniteur, of Joby 5, says the as
sassinatiou of tho Emperor Maximi?
lian will arouse a feeling of universal
horror. The act of infamy ordered
hy Juarez stamps on the heads ol
those who call themselves the repto
sentatives of the Mexican Republic
an ineffaceable stigma. The reproba
tion of all civilized nations will b<
the just punishment of a Govern
ment which has at its hoad such ?
ruler. The Sultan begged tho Eui
peror to countermand tho fetes, or
hearing of tho tragic end of Maxiuri
lian. The Court has gone into mourn
ing for thirty days.
, In the Legislative Body, tho Presi
dent announced that tho Empero
Maximilian had fallen a victim to i
detestable attack. He desired lundi;
to boar testimony to tho reprobatioi
of the Chamber at such a disgrace t<
honor and civilization. The Presi
dent's remarks were received will
The Paris correspondence of tb
London Globe says nu impression i
beginning to be entertained in well
informed quarters that the Frene]
Government will be under the necea
sity of engaging in a now war wit
Mexico, to avenge the outrages in
flicted on tho honor of Franco. Th
murder of tho Emperor Maximilia
is in reality an outrage on the Frcuc
nation; the murder of French citizen
another. France cannot, withoc
loss of prestige, and without makin
her name a by-word on tito America
continent, submit to such indignities
It is probable, however, that if sb
embarks in a new war, she will mak
no attempt to re-conquer Mexioo, o
auy portion of tho territory, but wi
content herself with bunring dow
Vera Cruz or some other town on tb
The Ind?pendance says it is rumore
that tho French Geyern ment, in ordt
to free itself as nu.ch as possible froi
tho responsibility of tho death <
Maximilian, shortly intends publisl
ing certain documents which wi
provo that tho Government did a
in its power to prevent such a sat
guiuary denouement of tho Mexico
drama, and that it used every meat
of persuasion to induce tho Empen
Moximilian to quit Moxico and r
turn to Europe with tho Frent
FSVER AND AGUE-In every sec?
tion o? country whero fever and aguo pre?
vails, it is common to find n largo nurubor
of periodic headaches, nouralgia, cold j
hands and feet, and a general derange?
ment of the system, from impaired diges?
tion, torpor of tho liver, Ac.-in short, that
condition which is so generally, and often
BO erroneously, callod "bilious," but which,
in fact, is causod by tho prescuco of ma?
laria in quantity too small to develop a
regular chill. A bottle of QUEEN'S DE?
LIGHT wijl euro such cases at onco, by
neutralizing m ibo system tho cause of all
tho trouble, and at tho samo time prevent
a regular atta -k of chills, which, after a
longer or shorter time, is likely to follow
these bilious symptoms. Try tho Queen's'
Delight, tho cheapest and best remedy for
biliousuess, liver complaiut, and chill and
fever. For salo by FISHER A: HEINLTSU,
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of their beautiful Sewing and Washing
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June 22 Jly
IT is a matter of congratulatiou that wo
have at last had a reliable Tonic intro?
duced.in Pauknin's Hepatic Bit tors; manu?
factured nt the South by Dr. C. P. Fanknin,
thc well known Charleston Chemist; and
which can bo used by all persons, regard?
less of ago or sex, who require a tonic
medicine. Auk your family physician, and
ho will bo ?ure to recommend thom. For
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April lOwly Du. C. ll. MIOT, Agent. _
TIIK DISK ASK Ol1' .\JI ICHICA
Dyspepsia is ?: id to bc the disease of
America. Its victims may bo found in all
stations of life. The poor V.H well as thc
"ich arc sufferers from its life-destroying
in:''lonee. Tho symptoms of this dist ase
vary greatly in thc different stages of the
complaiut. It generally commences with
a ocn><ation of fullness after eating, and a
changeable, diminished or lost appetite.
In somo instances, tho appetito is vora?
cious, and when -in obedience to its
promptings-a largo portion of food in
taken into thc stomach, pain follows in
that region, with general distress, nerv?
ousness ana -nansen. Flatulency and
heart-burn invariably attend this disenso.
For all these symptoms,
HOSTETTEll'S STOMACH BITTERS
will be found an invaluable household
remedy, as its alterative, corrective and
restorative properties are derived exclu?
sively from roots and plaids, thc virtues
of which arc acknowledged by pharmaceu?
tics and physicians. Separately they have
often been prescribed by the profession,
but were never combined until Dr. llostet
tor gave to thc world his
which have proved a sovereign remedy for
dyspepsia and its attendant evils.
July 17 _+0
TO MARRY OR NOT TO MARRY!
WHY NOT? Serious Reflections for
Yonug Men, iu Essays of tho Howard As?
sociation, on tho Physiological Errors,
Abuses and Diseases induced by ignorance
of nature's laws, in tho first ago of man.
Sent in sealed letter envelopes, freo of
charge. Address Br. J. SKILLIN HOUGH?
TON, Howard Association, Philadelphia,
Pa._May 19 8mo
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THE COLUMBIA FEMALE OOL
LEGE, which for threo years past
.has boon occupied as a FIRST
CLASS HOTEL by Mr. T. 8. Niekorson, is
again offered for leaso for three years,
from 1st September next.
Tho extensive patronage which Mr.
Nickcrson rpceived pas given much noto?
riety to this, building. Its capacity, pecu?
liar fitness and chgiblo location for the
purposes of a first-class hotel,render a
particular description unnecessary.
For terms, Ac, inquire of either of the
following gentlemen: Hon. E. J. ARTIIUh,
Dr. A. N. TALLEY, R. D. SENN or J. W.
Colombia. June ll, 1817. June ll
Ladies, Please Notice.
6 H.S. FANS and JEWELRY
New FANS mado for those
CLOCKS repaired, cloane? and warrant
ed, by J. E. LUMSDEN,
Corner Lady and Assembly streets.
TWENTY boxes FINE TOBACCO, for
Jone 15 ALFRED TOLLESON.
For tho Benefit of the
In Aitl of tho
Suffering and Destitute Poor of thc South,
Will tako placo
In Washington, D. G., August 1, '67.
riIHE ''Ladies' Society in aid of tho Suf
_L fering and Destitute Poor of the Rout li"
wonld respectfully and earnestly call tho
attention of tho generous Northern publie
to tho groat distress and fearful Butlering
now prevailing in tho Southern States.
Letter:* aro daily received from the South,
from tho Generate Commanding. Govern
ors, niiniutors am' eminent citizens, fur?
nishing thc most heart-rending details of
tho actual want, famine and starvation in
their immediate neighborhood. Tho fol?
lowing few extracts from tho very many
letters received by tho Secretary and Ma?
nagers of tho Society aro respectfully re?
H'OQUAUTBItS, ITU MILITARY DIST.,
(Mtssissir-n AND ARKANSAS,)
YIOKSBURO, Miss., May 13, IbtiT.
I am glad to see that thc attention of the
gentle and humane ladies ol' tho North is
being turned towards tho sad and desolate
condition of this "ncc happy land.
You, Madam, surrounded with thcplenty
and comforts of a wealthy city, can scarcely
oppreciato tho fact that,"in many parts of
the South, whole communities are, by a
failure in crops and the absence of money
or its. equivalent, left m want of tho neces?
saries or life; and that poor women, with
large families of helpless' children, KO ac?
customed to depend on the labor ol* others,
thai now, with no husband, brother or
servant to help, and no money, tboy do not
know what to do or where to go for food;
but are left in tho solitudes of these South?
ern forests, in raga and gaunt with hunger,
subsisting on what the mother or larger
children can shoot or pick up in tho woods,
or on what thc few neighbors, nearly as
poor aa they are, can bring them.
Officers of my acquaintance have nu t
with such mothers, long alter dark, ont in
the v.oods, with an old K?n just tired, und
tho coon or possum just killed; have gone
home with them and met the group of little
Starvelings waiting patiently mother's re?
turn with some of thc- only sort of food
tie v had lasted for weeks; and women and
children have been found within ? i\ty miles
of the capital of ? Southern State, during
thc pas! year, who had starved to death ttl
their lonesome cabins. These cases of
great distress arc rare in Southern cities,
for there, even the most delicately bred can
generally lind some work which they can
d?) to keep the wolf from the door; but the
farms or plantations in tho South are pe?
culiarly se cluded, with miles of forest or
swamp botwoi n them, poor roads, and tho
stock and animals nearly all taken by thc
war, thc famine, tho Hoods, or thc thioyos,
who in such times infest a country, and thc
distressed families uro often, by tho time
necessity makes them want to leave-, too
sick to travi.-! on foot, and there it uo tether
way to go.
xottr proposed entertainment, Madam,
should ii produce only funds enough to re?
lieve a small fraction of tho destitution of
this country, will be a good beginning, and
maybe followed in other cities North by
similar appeals to people who have happily
never felt the desolation and tho horrors
which follow in the tracks of great armies
of invasion. God speed your society in tho
good work, is tho wish of. Madam, yours
truly, E. O. C. ORD,
COLUMBIA, S. C., May 10, 18C7.
Permit mo not only lo glvo you tho as?
surance of my poor help in this your gen?
erous endeavor to relieve our impn rorished
and unhappy people, but to express to you
in their behalf, that gratitude which is so
eminently your due for thc generous .sym?
pathy manifested by your organization for
those among us in distress. Wishing you
God speed in your noble work, 1 am. Ma?
dam, very respectfully, your obedient ser?
vant, JAMES L. OUR,
Governor South Carolina.
HEADQUARTERS, SECOND MILITA HY DIVISION,
CHARLESTON, S. C., May 13, IS??.
Tho excellent purpose you have in view
cannot bo too much commended. The lib?
erality of tho Government of tho United
States, and the munificent contributions
already made for the relief of tho wide
spread destitution in the states, lcavec
great numbers unprovided?with food and
clothing. And until an afmudaut harvest
enables tho people herc to do more foi
themselves, I trust tho ever generous and
prosperous committees of tho North will
continue their noble gifts to this imp rel?
ished and afflicted population. With my
best wishes for tho success of your under?
taking, I romain, Madam, very respectful?
ly, DANIEL E. 8I0KLES,
* Commanding Second Military District.
- * ?
HEADQUARTERS, FIRST MILITARY DIVISION,
RlomiOND, YA., May ll, 1307.
Mrs. ITarlovce Mather-MY DEAR M ADAM
I shall bo too glad if anything I can sax
will aid tho society in its noble work. A
largo proportion of "tho people of the Soul!
have suffered and many aro still suffering
almost to the limit of endurance from tht
devastation of war and subsequent failnn
of crops. They aro making overy pbssibh
exertion to revive their various branchei
of industry and become si lf-suppoVting
The liberal assistance which tho Northen
people aro well able to give, will relievo i
great amount of distress, and will no donb
bo sufficient to placo thc poor ol the Bout]
beyond further suffering for food. Tin
recent manifestations of an almost nniver
Hal desire throughout thc South for a n ail'
fraternal re-union with the North, may wol
Borve to stimulate thc generous sympathie
of tho Northern people, while nothing coull
do more to foster and encourago thc growtl
of a healthy sontimcnt in tho South thai
tho generous aid which it is tho mission o
your society to invoke. T sincerely hopi
thc noble efforts of tho Bociety may resul
In tho most abundant success. I am, dca
Madam, very respectfully, vour obedien
servant, J. M. SCHOFIELD, Maj. Gon.
GRKENSBORO, May 14, 18G7.
Have just returned from a tour throng'
tho soction made memorablo by "Sher
man'a march to tho seaboard." Poverty
suffering and destitution of the pcoplo cai
scarcely bo realised- living in huts, rudd;
constructed of charred boards, of rails
boughs and mud, you aromet by hollow
oycu, emaciated forms, whoso first word
aro "bread"-for something to etiflc th
cravings of hunger. In ono placo, I wit?
nessed tho body of a child borne to its last
rest, on a boara, in the same rags in which
it died. In another, Tour females existed !
for a week on two pounds of corn,together |
with somo roots. Ou tho road, I met nu?
ntin r who had walked twelve miles to beg
some food for her children. Manv other
instances can bo given of sad suffering
from actual -want of food. Verv truly,
FREDERICK WATTS, M. D.
Tho public have already responded nobly
to tho call, bnt not to the extent required
to keep starvation from making victims of
many. Additional funds must bc raised at
once"; lbs case is urgent. Tho Lady Ma?
nagers, after mature deliberation, have
decided to bring it before the generous
people of the North, by giving a Grand
National Entertainment", trusting to their
active co-operation and sympathizing aid
for the immediate supply of means to en?
able 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 be offered for salo, at $2 each.
Evorv ticket will bo entitled to an award,
which will take place at tho same timo.
Half of tho amount will bo in valuablo
awards to the holders, and the balanco 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 have entered
into an arrangement witta Messrs. bentley,
Clark A- Co. tc; superintend the disposal of
tickots, and conduct tho entertainment in
a manner worthy thc patronage and sup?
port of thc public.
LIST OF AWARDS.
1, An elegant Mansion on Filth Ave?
nue, New York City; title perfect,
dca deposited in Escro, actual
2. Twenty Thousand Dollars in 10.40
Government Ronds. 20,000
S. 1 entire Set Diamonds complete,
comprising Fin, Ear-rings, Brace
let and Necklace, very magnitic't, 10,000
.1. 1 Bot elegant Diamonds, oomp'to, 12,000
5. 1 Bet Diamonds and Emeralds.. 10,000
t>. 1 Set Diamond Studs and Sleeve
7. 1 Singlo Solitaire Diamond Ring.. 5,000
8. 1 Single Solitaire Diamond Pin.. 4,000
0. 1 Singlo Solitaire Diamond Stud.. 3,000
10. 1 Diamond Scarf Fin.2,000
ll to 15. 5 Cluster Diamond Rings,
$1,(100 each. 5,000
10 to 20. 6 Jules Jurgenson Watches,
ll hinters] $600 .-ach.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. 60 Set? elegant Garnets,
completo, comprising Bracelet,
Sleeve Buttons, Ear-iliugs and
Breastpin, $200 each.10,000
120 to 1,125. 1,000 Chromos, Artist's
1,120 to 6,125. 5,01?) Elegant Engrav?
1,126 to 6,225. 100 Beta Silver Plated
Tea Service, very heavy.10,000
6,226 to 10,000. Consisting "of Work
Boxes, Writing D<sks, Photo?
graphia Albums, Se! s Silver
Plated Forks, Fish Knives, Nap?
kin Rings, Boxes, Ladii s' Hand?
kerchiefs, Cloven, &0.11,000
All awards will bc delivered or forwarded
as directed, thc day after thc distribution.
Tho distribution will be superintended by
a Committee of well known gentlemen,
who, in giving their aid and sanction to
HUM noble charity, will liol only receive the
confidence of tho public at largo, but tho
warmest thanks of tho Ladies' Society in
Aid of tho Buffering and Destitute Poor
of the South.
SINGLE TICKET8 $2.00.
5 Tickets.$!( I 75 Tickets.$135
10 Tickets.18 100 Tickets. 180
20 Tickets.36 150 Tickets. 270
80 Tickets.54 200 Tickets. 300
40 Tickets .72 800 Tickets.510
50 Tickets.00 500 Tickets. 000
Established and reliable agents will bc
allowed 15 per cent, commission. All orders
or communications addressed to main
office. BENTLEY, CLARK & CO.,
222 Pennsylvania Avenue,
[P. O. Ros 10.J Washington, D. C.
Full information regarding thc Enter?
tainment may bo obtained at the office of
the "Ladies* Society in Aid of tho Buffer-:
ing and Destitnte Poor of tho South," No.
175 Fifth Avenue, Now York.
HONORARY MEHHKHS.- Mrs L W Jerome,
Mrs Mark Brnuiagiin, Mrs James Willofs,
Mrs E Underbill, Mr? Wm Iveson, Mrs Jas
Darling, Mrs H Shuni au, Mrs A Frear, Mrs
Abraham Lincoln, Mrs C N Ghapin, Mrs M
Duncan, Mrs J H Clark, Mrs Daniel Sloan,
Mrs W R Astor, Mrs A T Stewart, Mrs Au?
gust Belmont, Sirs W Aspinwall, Mrs R E
Fenton, Mrs Simeon Draper. Mrs A Law?
rence, Mrs Hyatt, airs A C Richards, Mrs
E C Carrington, Mrs M C Cogswell, Mrs T
K Tillinghaat, Mrs M H Grinned, Mrs M
K Shailer, Mrs C M Garrison, Mrs A R
Mack, Mrs J G Barrington, Mrs M A Kel
logg, Mrs LcOrand Capers, Mrs A L Dc
Forrest, Mrs LE Kennedy, Mrs B O Tay?
lor, Mrs J 0 Fremont, Mrs Frank E Howe,
Mrs Georgi! Munger. Mrs A E Burnside,
Mrs ll C Murphy; Maj tien Philip II Sheri?
dan, Commanding 5th Military District
N I); Maj Gen John Fope, Commanding 3d
Military District, Mobile; Mai Gen J M
Schofield, Commanding 1st Military Dis
trict, Richmond; Maj Gen E O J Ord. Com?
manding 1th Military District. Vicksburg:
Maj Gen Daniel E Sickles, Commanding 2d
Military District, Charleston; Maj Gen
John A Dix, U S Minister, Paris, I rance;
Hov A E Burnsldo, Rhode Island; Gov F H
Picrrepont, Virginia; Gov. Thomas Swann,
Maryland; Gov J Worth, North Carolina:
Gov" J L Orr, South Carolina; Gov H M
Patton, Alabama; Gov Charles J Jenkins,
Georgia; Gov J Madison Wells, Louisiana;
Gov W G Brownlow, Tennessee; Oov Thus
E Rramletto, Kentucky; Gov Isaac Mur?
phy. Arkansas; Gov D 8 Walker, Florida.
ExE?tmva COMMITTEE. -Mrs Laura
Brooks, Mrs Charles Wadsworth, Mrs
Drake Mills, Mrs E S Adams, Mrs. II. Sher?
man, Miss M Duncan, M?SH Maria Moulton,
Mrs James Clark; Mrs Ilailowo Mather,
Sccrotary, 290 Fifth Avenuo, New York.
tGlu Tickets can bo obtained at tho
PHGSNIX OFFICE. Jnno 26
FOR SALE at tho
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COLUMBIA, S. C.
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THE TRIUMPH OF ART!
MORE TESTIMONY IN FAYOR OF
Heinitsh's Queen's Delight.
EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS: "Tho
Queen's Delight ia beginning tc
awaken the attention of our physicians.
Its remarkable curativo power is seen in
?ts wonderful effept upon disease. As a
blood puritier, thero ie no medicine like it
known to the profession. A gentleman
told mc that his son has been taking the
Queen's Delight, and is moro benefited by
it than by any other medicine. He wants
i. dozen bottles."
Extract from a letter: "It is duo to you
to state in lliis public manner, in order
that the pconlo may know tho truth, that
I have tried your* Quaen's Delight, and
found it not only what you said it waa-"a
pure medicine"- but tho best medicine I
have ever taken for eruptions and general
bad hoalth. 1 had an f rnption all over my
body, with impaired digestion and disor?
dered liver, and have tried a great many
modiciues without any beuc?t. I have
taken ono bottle of your Queen's Delight,
the eruption has disappeared, my appetite
is botter, my livur and digestion is im?
proved. I am satisfied ono or two more
bottles will cure mo."
Extract from a letter: "At the close of
the war, my constitution was shattered. I
could not eat. sleep or perform any duty
whatever, bach was my prostrato condi?
tion. Medicine and medical aid I had in
abundance, such was my condition up to a
few months since, when I began the uso of
your Queen's Delight. I have used two
bottles, my constitution is greatly im?
proved, my appetito is good, ejijny relish?
ing sleep, ami am able to perform "my t iaro
[>f daily labor."
Extract from a letter-Wonderful effect
of only one boule: "I have used only a
half bottle of 'Queen's Delight' for boils
and eruptions of tho Hkin and itching hu?
mors of the blood, which annoyed mo very
much. I am entirely cured. 1 think your
medicine a valuable ono."
A remarkable case of liver complaint and
headache cured by tho usc of "Heinirah'a
Queen's Delight:" A lady of unquestioned
worth und reputation voluntarily gives tes
timouy of the wonderful effects of this
medicine. She has been from early years
a niarlvr to Headaches, caused by imper?
fect action of the liver, producing intenso
headache und pain over tho eyes. She bas
taken oi.'y four bottles, and assures us ol
Ibo perfect euro it bas made. She now en
joys'good boult h.
Still another: "During last spring, I had
icen troubled with obstinate chills and
over, which, when cured, left my system
n a wretched condition, blood impuro, and
I was afflicted with an angry, and, as I at
>ne time thought, an incurable, cutaneous
uupti >n over my entire body. The most
dolent renn dies suggested failed to work
i cure, until, at tho instunce of a friend, I
ried Dr. Heinitsh's Queen's Delight. I.C6?
han two bottles cured me, leaving my skin
n a healthy condition. My general health
s as good as ever. For such purposes, I
lave, ever since mv cure, unhesitatingly
.eeo.nmendi d your Queen's Delight."
Don't buy any but the right kind. AU
:< mun. Queen's Delight has the cony.right
nark on tho outside, and it is 'ii, only
nedicinc which produces these wonderful
..urea. For salo wholesale and retail at
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April Drug Storo