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COLUMBIA, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1867.
Tri-Weekly 95 a Year
VOLUME III-NO. 108.
PUBLISHED DAILY AND THI-WEEKLY.
EVEP.T WEDKESDAY V0RNINO.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY,
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Taylor (or Canidou) street.
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Insertion, and SOccntsforeach subsequent.
Weekly 75 cents each insertion.
KW A liberal discount made on the above
rates, when advertisements are inserted by
ihe inotith or year.
W. C. Moore, Abbeville.
J. R. Allen, Chester.
Julius Poppo, Anderson C. H.
S. P. Kin ard, Nowberrv C. II.
W. T. Sims, Union.
J. M. Allen, Greenville.
Tho Indian war costs, it is said,
$1,000,000 a week, nnd Gen. Sher?
man threatens us with n bill of $100,
000,000 beforo we attain a permanent
peace. The Colorado volunteers
would do the^yob cheaper tbau that
with their premiums of $20 a piece
for "scalps with tho ears ou," nud
though their warfare might not bo j
humane, it would bo rather more |
effectual than tho present system. If
the war must bo so barbarous or so
costly, will it not be well to try tho ?
policy of peace? Wo are not told
whether any deduction bas been
made from tho estimates of expendi?
ture on account of the reveuue
which, as wo learned the other day
by a despatch from Gen. McDowell,
the soldiers derive from tho sale of
Indian captives to tho wbito settlers.
Is $1,000,000 a week tho gross outlay,
or is it tho balance against us?
[New Vork Tribune.
CHANGE IN TUE MOON'S SURFACE.
Astronomers aro just now interested
in a chango lately observed on the
snrfuce of tho moon. Our renders
know that the inequalities on ita sur?
face aro shown by the telescope to be
real mountains and valleys, und that
astronomers have given them names;
among the mountains are several
craters pf extinguished volcanoes
one of thom called the?Crnter of Lin
neus, which formerly showed a dark,
deep depression in its centre. This
has been tilling up, and shows now
au elevated circulur whito centre, and
no longer a crater.
A Connecticut gentleman lost a set
O? false teeth by incautiously sneezing
out of a cav window.
For ii? taft ?( ll? A. M. I flrardi.
fllHE Ladies of diuinbia would respect
JL folly and earnestly ajmonnc* to the
ouldie that they will give-a PA tit in J\N
NEY'S HALL, for the Vendit of \it?
. Church, on WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
and FRIDAY, 24th,33th aaa 26th of Julv.
Tho pub] ? have already responded nobly
to the cad, htit not to the extent required
to keel) tho work going. Additional funds
must be raised, or the work must stop.
Tho Lady Menacer*, after mature delibe?
ration, have .decided to havo a FAIR,
trusting to tho genoroua co-operation and
sympathizing aid of tho citizens for the
means to cuablo them to push forward
their house of worship.
Tho Lady Managers have entrusted tho
management and arrangement to Messrs.
Hancho Davis, G. S. Kennedy, James Nes?
bitt and Louis L. Brown. Admission 25
Cents. Children 10 Conta._July 24_
Fresh Lager Beer,
DIRECT from Baltimore, IQ half and
quarter barrels, and by the glass, at
July 21 J. C. BEEPERS & CO.S.
AT J. C. SEEGERR Si CO.'S.
MOLASSES AX!) BACON.
pr lillDS. MOLASSES.
O fi - Clear Ribbed SIDES,
? hhda. SHOULDERS. Por sale low by
July 18 E. fe (i. 1). HOPE. *
Twenty-eight Pound Turnip.
TO Hjcuro a good stand, plant your ?oed
about tho middle of July to August 1.
This reason nuits tho turnip', and you will
never fail in securing a go,ul crop. Plant
thc WINTER DUTCH TURNIP, KED TOP
and !? OTA BAGA-the three best kinds.
All torlsulo at tho Seed Store of
_Jnlv 18_FI8HER A HEINITSH.
FLOUR! FLOUR! !
Tj Mt'RA FAMILY FLOUR, ground from
JA the best new wheat in Fairfield Dis
irif For sale low.
.f ?12 JOHN C. SEEGEP.H A CO.
NO! 1 MACKEREL.
4 I'liESH SUPPLY, just received at
luiy 12 J. C. SEEGERS A CO.'S.
FOR SALE Oil RENT,
Y \NE TWELVE-ROOM HOUSE, fnrnish
\J fl or "ot. TUOS. E. GREGG fe CO.
Irish Potatoes !
CHOICE NEW POTATOES, for salo at
gu-at ly reduced prices by
Jun- 26 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
TO THE AFFLICTED-Nothing haa
aa yet been presented in the way of a
Tonic, possessing snell properties asPank
nin'8 Hepatic Bitters. They invigorate
tho system and impart now life toa consti?
tution shattered and worn out by that most
distressing disease known as Dyspepsia.
Thoy ohould bo tried by all those thus
affected, and will never fail to give relief.
For sale by all druggists.
April ll tbly Du. C. H. MIOT, Agent;
JUST OUT-Tho STAR SHUTTLE
SEWING MACHINE. It combines sim?
plicity, durability and beauty; has but one
moving piece of machinery;makc? a stitch
alike on both sides thu fabric served; will
not unravel. Complete for *25. The sub?
scriber* will take pleasure in exhibiting at
private residences', whenever desired, any
of their beautiful Sewing and Washing
Machines. JOEL KETCHEM, Ju., ACO.
Juno 22 }lv
TO HARRY OR XOT TO MARRY I -
WHY NOT? Serious Reflections for
Young Men, in Essays of the Howard As?
sociation, on tho Physiological Errors,
Abuses and Disensos induced by ignorance
of nature's laws, in tho first agc of man.
Sent in sealed letter envelopes, free of
charge. Address Dr. J. 8KILLIN HOUGH?
TON, Howard Association, Philadelphia,
Pa. May IO 3mo
BATCHELOK'S II AIR OYE-Thia
splendid Hair Dye is tho bebt in the world.
The only (rue and perfect Itye-harmless,
reliable, instantaneous. No disappoint?
ment. No ridiculous tints. Natural black
or brown. Remedies tho ill effects of bad
dyes. Invigorates the hair, leaving it soft
and beautiful. The genuine is signed Wil?
liam A. Batchelor. All others are mere
imitations, and should be avoided. Sold
by all druggists and perfumers. Factory
81 Harelay street, New York. 93" Beware
of a counterfeit. Dec ll ly
Pure Lime Juice.
-| f\ DOZEN, prepared from the East
JLVJ India Limo Fruit. This is something
agrooablo and refreshing to the well, and
especially invigorating and hcalthf drink
for tho sick. Just received at
July ll th6 _ E. POLLARD S.
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS !
THE ?005> POTASH.
ANEW POTASH, or CONCENTRATED
LYE: will make better soap, with less
trouble, than any other potash out. It is
much cheaper, and a ready soap-maker.
Try lt. Try it. New things must bo tried.
This. Potash is genuine, and is warranted
to niako Soap. Buy it at tho right place,
and you wont bo deceived. The Grund
Potash is f-u* sale only by
FISHER li HEINITSH, Druggists.
Louisa of Prussia and Her Time.
BY LOUISA MUHLBACH. An Histori?
cal Novel, illustrative of the period of
Napoleon's Invasion of Germany.
New supplv of Henry VIII and Catherine
Frederick tho Great and his Family,
Joseph ll and his Court,
Merchant of Bei lin,
Frederick tho Great and bis Friends.
Price of each of above, in cloth. $2.
Paper-bound Novels-a new stock-at 23
and 50 cents.
Other new and valuable Rooks. For ?ale
ut DUFFIE & CHAPMAN S
July IS Bookstore, Columbia.
i Orciclcors, 3E3to.
2RBI.H. CIDER VINEGAR.
1 bbl.'White Wino
20 sacks RIO COFFEE.
5 Rbis. Farina CRACKERS.
5 " Soda "
5 '. Rutter "
2 " Sugar SNAPS.
2 " Ginger SNAPS. For salo low bv
July 18_E. ft G. 1). HOPE.
PANKNINS HEPATIC LITTERS-a
new and valuable compound, possess?
ing extraordinary powers oter the organs
of tho liver and stomach, making it a po?
sitivo remedy for dyspepsia or indigestion
and a liver ioyigorator. Try a bottle. For
sale wholesale at bis prices.
FISHER ft HEINITSH,
Druggists, Agents, Columbia.
CA S. C. II. E. BONES and COUPONS.
. North Carolina Ronds, old and new.
South Carolina Stock.
G. ft C. Railroad Bond?-guaranteed.
Korth-Eiisterii Railroad Bonds.
FOB SALK - C. ft S. C. R. lt. Stock.
TH08. E. GREGG 1% 00.,
June 27 Brokers.
ALARGE stock of STRAW and FELT
Jun. 18 ALFRED TOLLESON.
mENDOZ. FANS, at half former prices;
X from 5 cents to ?3. Call and get
pretty fan. ALFRED TOLLESON.
JUST received, a nice lot of LAWNS, at
twenty cents per vard.
June 18 ALFRED TOLLESON.
WHEAT AND FLOUE.
IWILL pay tho HIGHEST MARKET
PRICE for WHEAT and FLOUR. Will
furnish bags when desired.
June 15 ALFRED TOLLESON.
THE BOOM over the store of Thomson
Earle. Ar?nly to
April 19 * ALFRED TOLLE80??.
COLUMBIA MALE SCHOOL,1
School-House of Tiilraetto lodge Xo. 188.8.131.52. P. j
THE exercises of t\w school,
for tho second session of lsiT,
.will bo resumed on thc FIRST
MONDAY in August:
Tho Departments of Study I
aro three-thc ENGLISH, the j
CLASSICAL, and thc MERCANTILE. !
Tho English Department ombre oca ipell- ?
ing, reading, penmanship, geography, '
composition, history, and arithmetic.
The Classical Department comprohi nd?
th? Latin, the Greek, and tho Mathematical j
Course, required for admission into colli ge,
or necessary to bo pursued before entiling ?
the University of South Carolina.
Tho Morcautilo Department includes
book-keeping hy bingle and double entry,
mercantile arithmetic, and commercial
forms and correspondence.
Pupils may pursue tho studios of ono
department only, or may, in connection
therewith, dor?te themselves to Buck se?
lect branches in the other departments as
their timo and attainments will permit.
While thorough instruction will bo given in
all three departments during tho regular
morning exercises of thc school, pupils in
the Mercantile Department, as well as
yoting men engaged in business, will enjoy
in tho afternoon, without any extra charco,
the advantages of p.tivate instruction for
two hours, to be devoted exclusively to the
explanation and practical application ol
tho principles of book-keeping. AH only a
limited number of scholars aro admitted,
every attention will bo paid to pupils ne?
cessary to enable them to pursue their
studies with interest and success.
Thc rate of tuition for a half session of
two and a half months is $10, payable at
tho close of each half session.
P. W. PATE, Principal.
A LETTER WORTH READING.
EH. HEIN1TSH-DEAR Sin: For the
. benefit of the afflicted, 1 send you
this certificate. My son having bein se?
verely afflicted with Scrofula for thc last I
two years-so much so that hr hus been I
coudned to his room t ho greater part of I
thc time, and I hud completely despaired of j
his recovery. Having applied to tho best j
of physicians without relief, I was at laat l
induced to trv vour preparation of
QUEEN'S DELIGHT. I am happy to say
it has acted like a charm -increased hie
appetite, purified and enriched his blood,
improved his health, and although covered
with running Borea, from which many
pieces of bone worked out, yet, to my great
astonishment, all except ono has healed
np. A lew ?nore bottles will accomplish a
radical cure. I regard your medicine a
wonderful panacea, und should bo geno
rally used. Yours truly. .lime 2d
LOUISA, OF PRUSSIA -by MiaaMuhb
Hench and Har, it* wit, humor, kc.-by
bigelow -wit h plates.
College Life; by Rev. Dr. Stephen Olin.
Thackeray's English Humorists, and tho
Reigns of tho Four Georges.
Liber Librornm-its Structure, Pur?
Seabrook's Travels in Germany and
Mr. Wynyau's Ward; by thc author of
Sj Ivan Holt's Daughter.
Raymond's Heroine-a capital novel,
says tho London Tinn y.
Diavolo, or Nobody's Daughter; by Mi.-s
Also, new supplies of all Misa Muhl
bach's Historical Romances. For tale at
J. J. M. CARTER'S Bookstore.
July H> R. L. BUY AN.
Important to House-keepers.
REVOLUTION IN THE PRESERVING
OF FRUITS. Ac. FRUIT-PRESERV?
ING SOLUTION. Il is i. perfect anti?
septic, the cheapest and best method in
the world for preserving all kinds ol Fruits,
Jqlliet, Spiced Fruits, Tomatoes, Cider,
Wine, Mdt;, some kinds of Vegetables, fcc.
It saves sugar; it saves the trouble of
sealing; it saves the expense of scaling or
air-tight jars or cans; it ii ">0 per cent,
cheaper than any other method. It wiJ
preservo milk sweet from IS to30 honra
! longer than it will naturally keep, with >.
result of furnishing moro cream and m ik
i ing moro butter in warm weather or i.i
j warm climates. One bottle will proscrva
128 pounds of fruit, or 4K gallouaof wine
or cider, or 128 gallons of milk. Warrant?
ed to contain nothing injurious to health
Full directions for using accompany oack
bottle. It is cheap, healthful and effect?
ual. For anio by
FISHER & IIEiNITSJI, Agent-,
July 18 Druggists.
Butter and Cheese.
FIRKIN'S GOSHEN BUTTER-reduced
Firkins choice Orange County LUTTER
Also, a, fresh supply bf that delicious
Butter, in 2A-11). packages-air and water?
Pino Apple, English Dairy and prime N.
Y. State Factory Cheese. For sale low by
Julv 6 GEO SYMMERS. '
HAMS AND UACON STRIPS,
JOHN 0. SEEOERS fe CO.'S.
A NEW SUPPLY OF
OF THE VERY LATEST STYLES.
ALSO, A NEW S OWLY OF
THE above GOODS were purchased at
tho late GREAT REDUCTION IN
PRICE8, and will be sold VERY LOW.
M. X?. Km ARD.
For tho Benefit of the
In Aid of tho
Sulking nod Destitute Poor of thc South,
Will take place
In Washington, D. 0.. August 1, '67.
TITHE "Ladies' Society in aid of tho Suf
_L foriug and Destitute Poor of tho South''
would respectfully and earnestly call tho
attention of the generous Northern public
to tho great distress and fearful suffering
nov/ prevailing in the Southern States.
Letters aro daily received from tho South,
from the Generals Commanding, Govern?
ors, ministers and eminent citizens, fur?
nishing the most heart-rending details of
tho actual want, fr mine and starvation in
their immediate neighborhood. Tho fol?
lowing few extracts from tho very many
(otters received by tho Secretary and Ma?
nagers of the Society arc respectfully re?
H'DQUARTERS, 4TII MILITARY DlST.,
f Mississiri'i AND ARKANSAS.)
VicKsnuno, Miss.. May 13, 1867.
I ant glad to sec that the attention of the
gent?o and humane Indies of tim North is
being turned towards thc sad and desolate
condition of this once happy land.
Yon, Madam, surrounded with thc plenty
and comforts of a wealthy city, can scarcely
appreciate tho fact that, in many parts of
the Sont li, whole communities arc, by a
failure in crops and the absence of money
or its equivalent, left m want of the neces?
saries nf life; and that poor women, with
largo families of helpless children, so ac?
customed to depend 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 where to go for food;
but are left in tho solitudes of these South?
ern forests, in rags and gaunt with hunger,
subsisting on what the mother or larger
children can shoot or pick up in the woods,
or on what thc few neighbors, nearly as
po il- ;,s tin y are, can bring them.
Officers of my acquaintance havo met
with such mothers, long after dark, out in
the wood.-, with an old gun just tired, and
the coon or possum just killed; have gone
home with them and met the group of little
starvelings waiting patiently mother's re?
turn with sonic ol' tue only sort of food
they had tasted for weeks: and women and
children have been found within sixty mik s
of the capital of a Southern State, during
the past year, who had starved to death in
their lonesome cabins. These cases of
great distress are rare in Southern cities,
for there, even the most delicately bred can
generally lind some work which they can
do to kc?p the wolf from thc door; but the
farms or plantations in the South aro pe?
culiarly secluded, with miles of lorcst or
swamp between them, poor roads, and thc
stock and animals nearly all taken hy thc
war, tin- famine, the Hoods, or tho thieves,
who in such times infest a country, und the
distressed families aro often, by thc time
necessity makes them want to h ave, too
tick to travel on foot, and there is no other
way to go.
Vonr proposed entertainment, Madam,
should it produce only funds enough to re?
lieve a small fraction of thc destitution ol
this country, will bc a good beginning, and
maybe followed in other cities North bj
similar appeals to people who have happih
never felt the desolation and tho borr?n
which follow in thc tracks of great armlet
of invasion. God speed your society in tin
good work, is thc wish of, Madam, vonn
truly, E. U. C. OED,
COLUMBIA, S. C., .May io, 1807.
Permit mo not only to give you thc r.s
surauce of my poor help in this your gen
?rous endeavor to relieve our impoverishot
ami unhappy people, hut to express to yoi
in their behalf, that gratitude which is B<
eminently your due for tho generous sym
pat hy manifested by your organization to
those among us in distress. Wishing yoi
God speed ill your noble work, I alu. Ma
dam. verv respectfully, von- obedient acr
vant, " JAMES L. ORB,
Governor South Carolina.
HE ADI JU \ UT I : KS, SECOND MILITARY DIVISION
CHARLESTON, S. C., May l.t. 1SG7.
Tho excellent purpose you have in vie\
cannot bo too much commended. The lib
erality of the Government ol' tho Cnitei
states, and thc munificent contribution
already made for the relief of ; ho wide
spread' destitution in the States, leave
great numbers unprovided with fond tm
clothing. And until au abundant harv? s
enables the people here to do more fo
themselves, I trust the ever generous an
prosperous committees of the North wil
continuo their noble gifts to this impovei
ished and a filleted population. With in
bert wishes for thc success of your uudei
taking, 1 remain, Madam, vory resp 'Ctfn
ly, DANIEL E. SICKLES,
Commanding Second Military District.
HEADQUARTERS, FIRST MILITARY DIVISION
RICHMOND, VA., May ii, 1807.
Mr$? flarloiee Mather-MY DEAR MADAS
I shall be too glad if anything I can sa
will aid the society in ita noble work,
large proportion of "the people of the Boot
have suffered and many are still suffcrili
almost to the Inuit of endurance from th
devastation of war und subsequent failni
vi crops, i hey aro making every possib!
exertion tu revive their various braucht
of industry und become self-supnortliij
The liberal assistance which thc Norther
people are well able to givo, will relieve
great amount of distress, and will no doul
be sufficient to placo the poor of the Sont
beyond further suffering for food. Tl
recent manifestations of un almost nnive
sal desire throughout the South for a real
fraternalro-nnion with the North, may wt
sorvo to stimulate the generous svmpathii
of the Northern people, while nothing cou
do moro to foster and encourage the growl
of a healthy sentiment in tho South thu
tho generous aid which it is thc mission
your society to invoko. 1 sincerely no|
thc noble efforts of the society may resu
in the most abundant success. I am, dc:
Madam, verv respectfully, vonr obediei
servant, J."M. SCHOFIELD, Maj. Gen.
GREENSBORO, May 14, 18(57.
Have jost returned from a tour throng
the section made memorable by "She
man's march to the seaboard." Bovert
suffering and destitution of the people ci
scarcely be realized-living in huts, rude
constructed of charred boards, of rail
boughs and mud. you are met by hollo<
eyed, emaciated forms, whoso first won
aro "bread"-for something to atiflo tl
Craving? of hunger. In ono place, I wit
nctsed tho body of a child borne to ita last
reat, on a board, in the same raga in which
it died. In anothor, four females existed
for a week on two pounde of corn, together
with aoino roota. On tho road, I mot an?
other who had walked twolve miles to beg
some food for her children. Many other
biatanccg can bc given of sad suffering
from actual want of food. Very truly,
FREDERICK WATTS, M. D.
The public have already responded nobly
to tho call, but not to thc extent required
to keep starvation from making victims of]
many. Additional funds must be raised at |
once"; the case is urgent. The Lady Ma?
nagers, after mature deliberation, have
decided to bring it beforo 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 moana to en?
able them to purchaso and forward food
to starving thousands. Tho Grand Na?
tional Entertainment will bo given at
Washington, D. C., August 1,1867. 300,000
tickets will bo offered for sale, at $2 each.
Every ticket will bo entitled to an award,
which will take placo at tho some timo.
Half of tho amount will bo in valuable
awards to tho holders, and tho balanco will
bc deve'-d at once by tho Lady Managora
to pui eh dug food tu bo scut South for
immeciato distribution among the moat
needy. Tho Lady Managers havo entered
into an arrangement withMeaBrs. Bentley,
Clark & Co. to superintend tho diapoaal of
tickets, and conduct tho entertainment in
a manner worthy tho patronage and sup?
port of thc public
LIST OF A AV ARDS.
1. An elegant Mansion on Fifth Ave?
nue, New York City; title porfcet.
dc d deposited in EBcro, actual
2. Twenty Thousand Dollars in 10.10
Government Bonds. 20,000
3. 1 entiro Set Diamonds completo,
comprising Pin, Ear-ringa, Brace?
let and Necklace, very magniflc't, 15,000
4. 1 Set elegant Diamonds, comp'tc, 12,000
5. 1 Set Diamonda and Emeralds. . 10,000
ti. 1 Set Diamond Studs and Slccvo
7. 1 Single Solitaire Diamond Ring.. 5,000
8. 1 Singlo Solitaire Diamond Pin.. 4,000
0. 1 Single Solitairo Diamond Stud.. -3,000
10. 1 Diamond Scarf Pin .2,000
ll to 15. 5 Cluster Diamond Rings,
11,000 each. 5,000
1G to '20. 5 Jules Jurgenson Watches,
[Hunters] $600 each. 3,000
21 to 25. 5 Thomas Nardin Watches,
[Hunters,] $500 each. 2,500
20 to 50. 25 Solitaire Diamond Rirgs,
?500 each. 12,500 j
51 to 75. 25 Sots elegant Coral, com?
pleto, $400 each.10,000
Tl! to 125. 50 Sets elegant Gameta,
complete, comprising Bracelet,
Sleeve Buttons, Ear-Rings and
Breastpin, $200 each.10,000
120 to 1,125. 1,000 Chroinos, Artist's
1,126 to C,!25. 5,000 Elegant Engrav?
1,126 to 6.225. 100 Sets Sil vi r Tlated
Tea Service, ve.v heavy.10.000 I
0,226 to 10,000. Consisting of Work
Bo\cSj Writing Desks, Photo?
graphie Albums, Sets Silver
Plated Forks, Fish Knives, Nap?
kin Rings, Boxea, Ladies' Hand?
kerchiefs, Gloves, Ac.44,000 I
All awards will bo delivered or forwarded
as directed, the day after tho distribution.
The distribution will bo superintended by
a Committee of well known gentlemen,
who, in giving their aid and sanction to
this noble charity, will not only receive thc
confidence of the public at large, but. the
warmest thanks of thc Ladies' Society in
Aid of the Suffering and Destitute Poor
of the South.
s I NC, LE TICKETS $2 00.
1 5 Tickets.SJ 7? Tickets.$135
10 Ticket?.18 UH) Tickets. LSt)
20 Tickets.30 150 Tickets. 270
30 Tickets. .54 200 Tickets. 880
I 40 Tickets.72 300 Tickets.540
50 Tickets.tl(? 500 Tickets. '.?00
Established and idiable agents will be
allowed 15 per cent, commission. All orde rs
or communications addressed to main
office. BENTLEY, CLARK A CO..
222 Pennsylvania Avenue,
[P. O. liox 10.] Washington, D. C.
Ful! information regarding tho Enter?
tainment may be obtained ?it the office of
the "Ladies'Society in Aid of the Suffer?
ing and Destitute Poor of the South," No.
175 Fifth Avenue, New York.
HONORARY MEVBKKS. Urs L AV Jerome,
Mrs Mark Urumagim, Mrs James Willett;
Mi s E Underbill, Mrs Wm Iveson, Mrs Jus
Darling, Mrs H .- human, Mrs A I'rear, Mrs
Abralu.ni Lincoln, MM C N Chap?n, Mrs M
Duncan. Mrs J 1! Clark, Mrs Daniel Sloan,
Mrs W J) Ast..r. Mis A T Stewart, Mrs Au?
gust Belmont, Mis \V Aspinwal), Mrs R E
Fenton, Mrs Simoon Diaper, Mrs A Law?
rence, Mrs Hyatt, Mrs A C Richards, Mrs
E C Carrington, Mrs M C Cogswell. Mrs 'J'
K Tillinghasr, Mrs M H Grinned, Mrs M
ii Shaffer, Mrs o M Garrison, Mrs A B
Mack, Mrs-J C Harrington, Mrs M A K. 1
logg, Mrs LeOraud Capers, Mrs A L Do
Forrest, Mrs L E Kennedy, Mrs B O Tay?
lor, Mrs .1 c Fremont, Mrs Frank E Howe. I
Mrs Georg" Munger, Mrs: A E chirnside,
Mrs H C Morph; ; Maj Gen 1 hilip H Sheri?
dan, Commanding .'?ol? Military District,
N <); M'ij Cnn John I'oi >?, C?nimandii g 3d
Military District, Mobile; Maj Gen J H
Schofield, Commanding 1st Military Dis?
trict, Richmond; Maj Gen E O ? Ord, ( om
manding ith Military bignie.:. Vick-bing;
Maj Gen Daniel E Steides, Command ,.g 2d
Military District., Charleston; Maj Gen
John A Dix, U S Minister. Paris, France;
Gov A E burnside, Rhode Island; Gov F ll
Pin ri pout. Vu gi:.:.. ; Gov. Thomas Swann,
Maryland; Gov J Worth, North Carolina:
Gov* J L Orr, South Carolina; Gov R M
Patton, Alabama: Dov Charles J Jenkins,
Georgia; Gov J Madison Wells, Louisiana;
Gov W G Brownlow, Tennessee; Gov Thoa
E Bramlotte, Kentucky; Gov I^anc Mur?
phy. Arkansas; Gov D H Walker, Florida.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.-Mra Laura
Brooke, Mrs Charles Wadsworth, Mra
Drako Mills. Mrs E S Adam?, Mrs. H. Sher?
man, Miss M Duncan, Miss Maria Moult u,
Mra James Clark; Mrs Harlowe Mather,
Secretary, 296 Fifth Avenne, Now York.
ti). Tiokets can be obtained at tho
PHtKNIX OFFICE. Jnno 26
FOR SALE at the
FISHER & LOWRANCE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR, from now
wheat, for salo by
Juno 80 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
Cotton Yarns !
FOR salo by FISHER fe LOWRANCE.
Juno 23 _.
BE8T ANCHOR BRANDS, assorted
May 26 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
FRESH SODA, RUTTER and MILK
GINGER CAKES. NUTS, Ac. For sale
bv FISHER & LOWRANCE.
THE TRIUMPH OF ART!
MORE TESTI??IONY IN FAVOR OF
Heinitsh's Queen's Delight.
EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS: "Thc
Queen's Delight ?B beginning to
awaken the attention of our physicians.
Its remarkable curativo power is seen In
its wonderful offect upon disease. As a
blood purifier, there is no medicino like it
known to tho profession. A gentleman
told mc that his son ha? been taking the
Queen's Delight, and ip more benefited by
it than by any other medicine. Ho wants
a dozen bottles."
Extract from a letter: "It is due to you
to state in this public manner, in order
that the people may know tho truth, that
I have tried your Queen's Delight, and
found it not only wliat you sr.id it was-"a
pure medicino"-^J>ul the Lost medicino I
nave ever taken for eruptions and general
bad health. I had an eruption all over my
body, with impaired digestion and disor?
dered liver, and have tried a great many
medicines without any benefit. 1 have
taken one bottle of your Quetu'a Delight,
the eruption ba? disappeared, my appetite
is better, my liver and digestion is ilil?
li, oved. I am satisfied one or two moro
bottles will cure me."
Extract from a letter: "At the close cf
the war, my constitution was shattered. 1
could not eat, sleeper perform any duty
whatever, snell waa my prostrate condi?
tion. Medicine and medical aid I had in
abundance, such waa my condition up to a
few months since, when I began tho uso of
your Queen's Delight. I have used two
Lotties, my constitution is greatly im?
proved, my appetite is good, enjoy relish?
ing sleep, and am able to perform my share
of daily labor."
Extriict from a 1? tter- Wonderful effect
of only ?no bottle: 'T have used only a
half bottle of 'Queen's Delight' for boils
and eruptions of thc skin and itching hu?
mors of the blood, which annoyed me very
much. I ara entirely curod. I think your
medicine a v.iluablo one."
A remarkable case of liver complaint and
headache cured by tho uso of "HeinitBb's
Queen's Di light:" A lady of unquesiinned
worth and rt potation voluntarily gives tcs
limouy of tho wonderful effects of this
medicine. She bas been from earl}' years
:i martyr to headaches, caused by imper?
fect action of the liver, producing intense
headache and pain over tho eyes. She has
taken only four bottles, and assur?e us of
tho perfect cufe it has made. She now en?
joys good health.
Still another: "During last spring, I had
. .ecu troubled with obstinate chill* and
lever, which, when cured, left my system
in a wretched condition, blood impure, and
l was afilicted v.ith an angry, and, as 1 at
one time thought, an incurable, cutaneous
eruption over my entiro body. Tho .most
violent remedies suggested failed to work
a cure, until, at the Instance of a friend, I
tried Dr. Heinitsh's Queen's Delight. Less
than two bottles cured me, h aving my skin
in a healthy condition. My general health
is as good as ever. Foi snob purooscs, I
have, over, since my cure, unhesitatingly
recommended your Queen's Delight."
Don't buy am but tho right kind. All
genuine Queen's Di light baa the copy-right
mark on tho outside, and it is the only
medicine which produces these wonderful
cures. For salo wholesale and retail at
FISHER & HEINITSH'S
April Drug Store.