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BY JULIAN A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1867. VOLUME III-NO. 167.
PUBLISHED DAILY AND TR I-WEM LT.
IVBB? WEDNESDAY XOBNIKO.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY,
Office on Main street, a few doors abovo
Taylor (or Camden) str?nt.
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ralee taken advertisement* are 'inserted by
the month or year.
W. C. Moore, Abbeville.
J. R. Allen, Chester.
Julius Poppe, Anderson C. H.
8. P. Kinard, Newberry 0. H.
W. T. Sims, Union.
J. M. Allen, Green ville.
Napoleon's Intervention In Ibo Ro?
man Uur e(ir>"
Louis Napoleon has once more
averted the blow which threatened
to crush the Secular ' Power of the
Papacy. But for his intervention,
the fall cf the Temporal Power would
have been certain. A large number
of the Papal troops had been gained
over foo tho cause of Garibaldi, and
the few volunteers which are in the
Papal service, wonld certainly not
have withstood long tho thousands
of volunteers whom Garibaldi, as he
has shown on many occasions, can
call together at a few days' notice.
But for Napoleon's intervention,
Garibaldi would never have been ar?
rested, but the Government which
accepted from his hand the two
Sicilies and a part of the Papal terri?
tory as a present, which last year
gave him the command of an entire
army corps, whioh has frequently de?
clared its intention to annex the
Papal States, would long ago have
sent Garibaldi at the head of an army
against Borne, could it have emanci?
pated itself from the influence of
France did not confino herself to
ordering the arrest of Garibaldi, but,
as the Atlantic telegraph announces,
at once despatched troops to Borne
in order to ugain garrison her, and
prevent an insurrection of the peo?
ple. This step is in open violation
of the treaty concluded in 1864, bo
tween France and Italy, by which
France consented to withdraw her
troops, if Italy would prevent an in?
vasion of the Papal territory. Italy
has been compelled to strictly execute
her part of the treaty, while France
has never paid to it the least respect
on her part. The French Govern?
ment has of late repeatedly intimated
that any new dauger to the city of
Borne, would at once lead to a return
of the French troops. Only a fow
weeks ago, a French General reviewed
the French volunteers at Borne, tell?
ing them that they were still regarded
as French troops, and exhorting
thom to defend the Papal territory.
Thus Louis Napoleon continues to
act in open violation of the very
principle which he, first of the
monarchs of Europe, endeavored to
introduce into European politics.
Whenever great complications arose
which it seemed Frunce could muko
use of for her aggrandizement, Na?
poleon made himself the chuuipion
of the national aspirations. He did
not satisfy tho leaders of tho great
Liberal party, but it was readily re?
cognized that ho proclaimed a prin?
ciple which was much moro profit?
able to tho progress of Liberalism
than the principles professed by the
statesmen of the old school. But
while aspiring at the honor of being
a Liberal, he has hardly missed au
occasion to violate his own principles.
We need not dwell nt length on his
expedition against tho Mexican Re?
public, or on the long occupation of
the city of .Home hy French troops,
or his desire stealthily to obtain ter?
ritory from Prussia. All these moves
arc still in the remembrance of our
In Italy, Napoleon has for the pre?
sent carried bis point; Garibaldi is a
prisoner, his volunteers have dis?
persed, u riot in Florence has been
promptly suppressed. But this is
not the cud of tho CSaribaHian move?
ment. The Italian people smart nu?
der the affront which France has
offered to them. They only need a
Bismarck to destroy their disgraceful
servitude to France; and the greater
tho arrogant claims of France are,
the sooner tho Italian people will
learn to spurn them.
[New Yoi* lYibrme.
A "ritualistic" marriage lately took
place in a London charon. The cere?
mony occupied three hours.
Oar Southern Correspondence.
The contest between black and
white in the South is growing warmer
every day. In Virginia, the conven?
tion soon to assemble will make
negro supremacy one of its vital
topics of discussion, and it is hoped
that tho strong conservative element
will be able to carry the day and still
preserve the State from complete
wreck by the radicnls. If Virginia is
awakening to the necessities of the
hour, North Carolina is not less alive
to the fact that she is threatened
with negro mle, The conservative
element there has already taken the
preliminary steps for a State Conven?
tion, to be held on or about the 16th
of October next Following in line
comes South Carolina, which, though
the most radical pro-slavery State
during the war, has the good sense
to accept the results of the contest
and trim her political sails for the
new course. The only trouble re?
ported from there is what naturally
occurs under tho new order of things,
and is, as elsewhere, between black
lu Tennessee, tho old troublo be?
tween rebel and Unionist still conti?
nues. The horrible outrages perpe?
trated on the Union people of this
State during our war were so fenrful
that ?ven now the hatreds which
were thus engendered have not died
ou.. From time to time blood still
flows, and now the murder of a
Uniou man, now that of a former
rebel, tells to what a fierce extreme
the passions may he carried in a civil
war. On both sides, the accounts are
much exaggerated, and it is to bo
deprecated that both radical aud con?
servative will still, bj false reports,
stir up the passions which should by
every meaus possible ho allayed.
From Mississippi, we have the
meeting of the rudical convention at
Jackson. About one-fourth of the
convention were blacks. One-half
tho Counties of tho State, more or
less, were represented. The organi?
zation was most ludicrous, and the
election of presiding officers resulted
in such an admixture of white and
black as might have suited the most
radical of all the radicals. Color ran
up or down in all gradations, from a
stove polish to a pnmpkin-and-inilk
tint. It was decided, too, that all
committees should be half black.
The platform adopted was fully up
to tho tides. It endorsed Congress
aud its Acts, and undertook to edu?
cate every black and white child in
Mississippi. Certainly a magnificent
Texas, tho least damaged of all the
Southern States by the war, appears
to bo making vigorous efforts at im?
provement, and a rapid growth indi?
cates that she will soon bo tho most
important aud powerful of our sub?
divisions lying upon the Gulf. Her
?population is, however, of ull the
South, tho most indisposed to accept
the results of the war; and there are
too many indications that the strong?
est feeling ngainst union is to be
found in Texas. Here, as elsewhere
in our late rebel territory, there is a
terrible revulsion of feeling against
negro supremacy, and tho white
population are willing to undergo
any trial and make every effort in a
defence against tho evils which
threaten.-New York Herald, 1(>lh.
OPPOSITION TO THE TAX ON COTTON.
An Augusta (Ga.) letter to the New
York Times says:
"Mr. Herschel V. Johnson and hie
law partners contend that tho cotton
tax is unconstitutional, and thai
parties who have paid it are entitled
to recover all that they have paid.
They advertise their readiness to net
professionally for parties who bttVt
thi.s paid the tax in their own wrong,
and have been, I hear, already em?
ployed by hundreds of claimants. Il
they succeed, they will make au im
meuse sum, as they are to receive
half the sum recovered as their fee
but, should they fail, they get no
thing and have to pay all expenses
They express perfect confidence o
success, and aro laboring lustily bj
all means to inspiro others with i
like faith in their capacity to mak<
Uncle Sam disgorge."
LABOR ESTATUS.-Mr. Ernest Jones
at his recent lecture in Dublin, gav*
some interesting statistics. He
there were 71,000,000 nens in th
three kingdoms. lu 1770, there wer
250.000 owners of this laud. Ii
I.S.")!;. the number had diminished ti
32.000, and was still decreasing
The Duke of Clevelaud might rid
twonty-three miles through his es
trite; the Duke of Devonshire ha?
96,000 acres in tho county of Derb
alone; the Duke of Richmond possess
ed 340,000 acres; and the Marquis c
Breadalbane might ride 100 miles i
a straight line through his propert
from his own house door.
NEW MARRIAGE GUIDE_An Es?
say for Young Men, on Physiological Er?
rors, Abuses ami Diseases, incident to
Youth and Early Manhood, which creato
impedimenta to MARRIAGE, with sure
means of relief. Sent in Boalcd lotter en?
velopes, free of charge. Address, Dr. J.
?KILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Associa?
tion, Philadelphia, Pa. Sept 25 Hmo
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps have
heeu before tho American public for tho
last eighteen years.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT will euro tho Itch.
WUKATON'H OINTMENT will cure Halt Rheum.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT cores Old Sores.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures all Diseases of I
Price 50 cents-br mail 60 coots. All
Druggists Boil it. WEEKS A POTTER,
Boston, Mass., Proprietors. Sept 18 fly
ARE YOU BILIOUS!-Multitudes of
both sexes will answer this question in tho
affirmative; for, next to disorders of tho
stomach, livcr-oomplaintB are perhaps the
most prevalent of all internal diteascs.
Its usual symptoms aro a yellowish tinge
in tho whites of the eyes, especially near
tho inner cornera, an unoasy or slightly
painful sonaation in tho right side, pain
between tho Bhouldor blades, Bick head?
ache, lassitude, montai dullness, lack of j
appotito, and '.."jgularity of tho bowels.
Whoever rect ,:iiz> s this diagnosis aa ap?
plying to his o?.condition, may bo quito
certain that moro hilo exiata in his blood
and less passes through his bowels than is
expedient for his health, and that his liver j
requires toning ?nd regulating. One of j
tho special uses of
Is to meet just such exigencies as this.
It s tonic principio rouses tho liver from
its torpor, and ita aperient element gently
relieves thc intestinal canal of tho accre?
tions consequent upon an iusufficiont sup?
ply of nature's cathartic, thc bile. .
Persons of bilious habit will lind it thc
beat safeguard against thc attacks to
which they aro constitutionally predis?
posed, and Bhonld carefully avoid all tho
ordinarv alcoholic stimulants.
_ Sept 25_ _ tC
IT ia a matter of congratulation that we
have at last had a reliable Tonic intro?
duced in Pankuiu's Hepatic Ritters; manu?
factured at tho South by Dr. C. F. Panknin,
thowell known Charleston Chemist; and
which can be used by all persona, regard
leaB of agc or sex, who require a tonic
medicine. Aak your family physician, and
he will be sure to recommend them. For!
salo bv all druggists.
April 10 wly Du. C. II. MIOT, AgontL
DEW OK THE ALPS.
For salo wholesale by all the grocers in
Now Orleans, Charleston, Mobile, Savan?
nah and New York.
DEW OF THE ALPS
Received the first premium at tho Paris
DEW OF THE ALPS.
The manufacturers of tho abovo cordial
not only received the first premium at tho
Paris Exposition, but were decorated by
DEW OF THE ALPS.
For sale by all the druggists, grocers
and fruit atores in tho United States.
URANDY, RUM AND WINES.
5,000 cases old Cognac Brandy, imported
especially for private use.
?500 cases old Jamaica and St. Croix Rum,
bottled before tho war.
10,000 cases Madoira, Sherry and Port
Home very old and superior-various
brands; all warranted pure. For salo by
Aug IC 3mo 22 Beaver st.. New York.
ESTABLISHED IN 1828.
15 V I (UKI.Oil's HAIR DYE.-This
splendid Hair Dye is tho best in tho world.
The only true and perfect Dye-harmless,
reliable, instantaneous. No disappoint?
ment. No ridiculous tints. Natural black
or brown. Remedios the ill effects of bad
dyes. Invigorates the hair, leaving it soft
and beautiful. The genuino is Bigned Wil?
liam A. Batchelor. All others aro mero
imitations, and should bo avoided. Sold
by all druggists and perfumers. Factory
81 Barclay street, New i'ork. KT Beware
of a counterfeit. Dec ll ly
CRAWFORD & FRIDAY,
CO LU M Ul A, S. C.
DAKIEL CRAWFORD. JAMES K. FBIDAT.
WILL receive on storage COT
irON, MERCHANDIZE and COUN
ITRY PRODUCE, and Bell or forward
the same when deaired. Liberal advanc.nn
made on consignments of Cotton through
UH to our friends in Charleston or Now
York, and forwarded froe of charge.
Our Warehouse being located adjacent
to tho South Carolina Railroad Depot, the
item of drayage will cost but half tho
rates as from other parts of the city.
Rates of Storage on Cotton reduced to
25 cents a bale per month. Aug 6 ?2 m o
ALL persons having claims against tho
Estate of Mrs. MARTHA FENTON,
deceased, will present them, properly
vouched, and al! parsons indebted thereto
will niako payment to WM. H. TALLEY,
Esq., Attorney at Law, No 4 Law Range.
H. OLIN TALLEY, Executor.
"Sept 18 cowl
Baker and Confectioner,
OM Ctmgaree Bakery, Lady St., near P. O.
THE subscriber respectfully in
jfcgLi forniH ilia friondo and tho pu";ii'j i"
fgjjjaBk'encral, that ho ia now regularly
^.S^?aking tho beat BKEAD, RU8K,
OAKES, cto. He will furnish loaves weigh?
ing 10J oancea at 5 conta, and 21 ounces at
10 cenia-wbich ia cheaper than any other
baker in tho city euppliea. Ho pledges
himself that when tho price of flour still
farther dccreaaea.he will INCREASE THE
8IZE OF HIS LOAVES. Call and examine
anil yon will (ind bia atateniout coi reel.
THE anbaeriber would respectfully
inform hie euatomcra aud tho public
?jDwgenerallY, that ho atilt continues to
BAKE tho very beat of BREAD, CAKES,
fte., at his OLD STAND on Main street.
He will furnish SEVEN LOAVES OF BHE^D,
WEIGHING TEN OUNCTM, for TWENTY-FIVE
CENTS, which ia C FIE APER THAN CAN BE
FURNISHED BY ANY OTHER BAKER
in the city.
Aa the price of Flour deoreases, he pro
miaea to INCREASE THE NUMBER AND SIZE
OF ins LOAVES.
?2-CO??E AND ??t? HIM.
Sept 18 Imo_W. STIEGLITZ.
( 'ffi? HAVING removed my FUR-_
N ITU RE buaineaa to tho Na- fQ
Qgfc??gtioiial Expreaa old stand, I HR?
would o-- filad to aeo my former pa- 'T?
troon and tito |>ublic geuerallv givo me a
call, aa I have a nice stock of FURNITURE
on limul, and will make to order or repair
anything in the Furniture lino very reason?
able, and workmanship to pleaao even the
m-iKt fastidious. JEROME FAGAN,
Washington at., bet. Main and Aasem'y,
A few doors from old stand.
Aug 10 Cn_L?_
FISHING TACKLE, &c.
THE undersigned has re
moved Ilia stock. oT goods in
^C_^^_i^the above lino to the store
w ?next to Fisher ft Hoinitau's.
Guns and Pistola repaired and put in '
perfect order, at reasonable notice.
J'. W. KRAFT.
Main street, opposite Phamix O Hee.
CANDEN, S. C.
I ?4r^"^-? THE subscriber takes
AL|j&r^ pleasure in informing hi*
MKJWEJSK' friend.t and the public gen
K^jvriT^M"*- emily that he has rc-opeu
eu the DEHAU) HOUSE, which has been
thoroughly renovated, and ?B now ready
for the accommodation of tho traveling
public, whoso patronage ia respectfully so?
licited. COACHES always in readineas to
convey paaaengera to and from the hotel.
Tho Proprietor promisca to do all in bia
power for the comfort of bis gueata.
Sept 10 J. W. RODGERS, Proprietor.
MPERSONS who desire to pass the
eummi r months in a healthy section,
?here good water and mountain air are
the principal attractions, can be comfort?
ably accommodated at the WALHALLA
HOTEL. Trains now run daily each wav.
Board bv the week or month at reasonable
raten. * D. RIEMANN.
July 9 onto
St. James Hotel,
NEW O RI. K ANS, I.A.
WU. A. HURD, of Now Orleans.
W. F. CORKERY, Spottswood Hotel, Rich?
iff Telegraph and Railroad Offices in
rotunda of Hotel._July 8 Gmo
PHONIX IRON WORKS.
Situated on the Greenville aud Columbia
Railroad, opposite City Wa'er Work*,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
GOLDSMITH & KIND, Proprietors.
AS the FALL
?form tho pub?
lic in general,
their friends in
thev aro still
manufacturing all kinda o? iiiON CAST?
INGS, auch aa Mill Work, Engino Work,
Agricultural Implements, Railings for
Grave Yards, Cemetery Lots, etc.
Especial attention "they would call to
their A NO. 1 SUGAR-CANE MILLS, of
Horse-powor Wheels, for Cotton Gina.
Plates and Balls for Cotton Screws.
Orist and Flour-Mill G^-iiiiy.
Saw-Mills. A variety of patterns for
House Fronts, Window Caps, and other
Ornaments, on hand. Machino Lathe
Work dono to order. Alao, all kinda of
BRA88 CA8TING. All of which are sold
at the cheapest rates, and made at short
notice. Supt 5 Imo
H. GOLDSMITH._ P. KINU._
WHEAT AND FLOUR.
IWILL pay the HIGHEST MARKET
PRICE for WHEAT and FLOUR. Will
furnish bags when desired.
~*~ FLOUR! FLOUR! !
I7WE8H-GROUND FLOUR, at wholesale
; *.nd retail, at . * ^
Aug 6 JOHN 0. SEEGERS A CO.'S.
FOR SALE I
pr "j ?> ?ORE8 at tho junction of Gill's
rjjL?? Greek and Congaree River, seven
miles below Colombia. Over 400 acres
ready for and in cultivation. Noted as
! boing as good as tho best, and higher than
any other place on tho river. No crop hau
ever boon lost by freshets on this place.
Dwelling. Cabins, Store-room, Smoke?
house, Barns, Stables, Sheds, Ac, all new,
framed and weather-boarded buildings.
A email stock of No. 1 Cattle, Males,
Wagons, Ac, Corn, Fodder and Hay, suf?
ficient for tho place, with thirty or moro
hands, can bo had. Apply to W. D. PECK,
at E. & G. D. Hope's store.
_Sopt^2t6_J. 3. CHJIGNARD, Jr..
^ THIS notedbTALLION, import
direct from England by the
J^TCr&Moasra. Gist, may be found at tho
-M ?1 Columbia Race-course, on the 22d
and 23d inst., and every ninth day there?
after. Insurance for mares $35.
Aysgarth is a dark brown, sixteen bands
high, of lino bono and action; sired by
Barnton, dam by Inheritor; her dam Gin,
by Juniper, out of Princess Jemima by
Remembrance; Barnton's dam Martha
Lyne, by Mulatto; her dam Leda, byFelbo
da Ruta* Treasure, by Camillua. Inheritor
was winner of thc Liverpool Cup as a threo
and six year old. Groom's fee fl.
JOHN JOHNSON. Groom.
Hotel to Lease.
THE SUBSCRIBER, having concluded
to arrange his BLOCK OF BRICK
BUILDINGS in this city for a HOTEL,
offers to lease tho same for that purpose,
when completed, which will bo about the
1st of November. Said building is cen?
trally located on Main street, and contains
some sixty apartments, consisting of fifty
Chambers, exclusivo of Parlors, Reception
Rooms, Servants' Rooms, Dining-Room,
Bar-Room, Bathing-Room, Reading-Room,
Baggage-Room, Hall, Offico, Barber-Shop,
and all appurtenances necessary to a first
class Hotel. Tho number of rooms may
be increased, if desired.
Columbia, H. C., September 5, 1867.
Charleston Courier and August* Chroni?
cle copy six times, every other day, aud
forward hills to I'harnix office. Sept G t
Columbia Female Academy.
jffj^ THE exercises of this School
aLa^^ will be resumed on tho 1st of
ir^BoF*^' Arrangements have
^fSBOgt'ce!! mad? for receiving pupils
JEKS?' o' all ages. Tho Principals
c^ziP' deem it necessary to make this
statement, as they haTe hitherto fre?
quent U declined receiving children under
twelve vears of age.
BOARDERS will bo received as usual.
?"<" For terms and further particulars,
applv to tho Principals,
JANE H. IOYNOLDS,
SOPHIA M. REYNOLDS.
MRS. JOHN LAURENS'
BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES,
IN CHARLESTON, will ro
/f/gV sume its exercises OCTOBER
?flLJtSSj^. 1. at the corner of Wentworth
4^S0M?and Smith Htreets. English,
jWxgr French, Music, Dancing. Draw
ing, and the accomplishments
of a polite education, will be thoroughly
taught, and a careful attention given to
tho formation o? tho young ladies' man?
ners and conversation.
WEEKLY SOIREES will be given alter?
nately for MUSIC and DANCING.
For terms and particulars, address
Mus. J. LAURENS,
September 1 .Imo _ Charleston.
VALLE CRUC IS.
THIS INSTITUTION will re
/JPXk, sumo its Academic Exercises
t?ILjM^s<-ptember 1. For piosp? jtus,
%tJjHt^plea.He address "Mother Supe
jJSv?? rior, Ursulino Convent and
I Oar Academy, Columbia, 8. C."
Sept 4 _ ______ Imo
_ TnE next session of this In
/f ?3^ ut it ut ion Trill open on the FIRST
Jil?l___t*? MONDAY of October, and con
><iijaBrai*'? '11110 without interruption until
yjg the l?t of July following.
c?S?r Applicants mast bo at least
fifteen years of age. Each student may
select his schools, but, in the Academic
Department, must, unless specially ex?
cused by tho Chairman of the Faculty,
attend at least three.
The Law and Medical Schools having
recently been fully organized, there ar?
now throe departments in the University.
Tho aggregate expenses, including tui?
tion, hoard, wood, lights and washing, for
the session of niue months, will bo:
For Academic Student, attending three
For Law Student, about.. 280
For Medical Student, attending a full
course, about._.- "70
?-For catalogues, giving additional
formation, address Rev. C. Brucei Walker,
Secretary, or R. W. BARNWELL,
Chairman of tho Facnlty,
Aug9__no_ Columbia,,8. C.
DRUGS AND CHEMIC ALS !
pr f\ LBS. CALOMEL.
OU 100 oz. QUININE.
25 oz. 8ULP. MORPHIA.
10 lbs CROTON OIL.
50 lbs. CHLOROFORM.
6 lbs. NITRATE SILVER.
200 lbs. GUM CAMPHOR.
1.000 lbs. EPSOM SALTS.
I NO lbs. FLOR. SULPHUR
2,000 lbs. BLUE STONE.
100 lbs. CREAM TARTAR.
1,000 lbs. COOKING 80DA.
2.000 lbs. COPPERAS. For sale low by
FISHER & HEINITSH, Druggists.
FISHER & LOWRANCE*
^ COLUMBIA. 8. G.
EXTRA No, 1 on retail,
No. 1, 2 and 3 by tbe barrel or Mfct,
by FISHER A LOWRANCE.
BY the box or at retail, low for ea8b, by
Sept 29 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
BUSHELS RYE, for salo by
FISHER & LOWRANCE:
THE VERY BEST QUALITY, for sale ky
FISHER & LOWRANCE.
AN ASSORTMENT as LOW as they caa.
bo sold in Columbia.
Sept 20 FISHER k LOWRANCE.
IRON. STEEL, Axles, 8prings, Carriage
Materials, Parlor Matches, Etc.
Sept 20 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
IRONS for GRAY'S PATENT COTTO?
PRESS, $165, delivered in Charleston; th?
Brown Gin, $4.50 per Saw.
Ang 27 Z?8HER & LOWRANCE.
. Cream Biscuit, qj.
P Sugar Crackers,
5 Ginger Snaps, M
?3^ Received to-day and for salo by ^
S FISHER & LOWRANCE. 3
00 Sept 5_5*
THE TRIUMPH OF ART!
MORE TESTIMONY IN FAYOR OF
Heinitsh's Queen's Delight.
EXTRACTS FROM: LETTERS: "Tbs
Queen's Delight is beginning U*
awaken the attention of oar physicians.
Its remarkable curativo power ia seen irt '
its wonderful effect upon disease. Aa a.
blood purifier, tbore is no medicine like it
known to the profession. A gentleman
told mo that his son has been taking the
Queen's Delight, and is more benefited by
it than by any other medicine. He waste
a dozon bottles."
Extract from a lotter: "It is duo to yo?
to state in this public manner, in order1
that tho people may know the truth, that
1 have tried your Queen's Delight, and
found it not only what you said it w-"a
pure medicine"-but the best medie,no I
have ever taken for eruptions and general
bad health. I had an eruption all over my
body, with impaired digestion and disor?
dered liver, and havo tried a great many
medicines without any benefit. I have
taken one bottle of your Queen's Delight*,
the eruption has disappeared, my appetite
is better, my liver and digestion is iv -
Eroved. I am satisfied one or two* mare- '
ottles will cure me."
Extract from a letter: "At the close of
tho war, my constitution was shuttered. I
could not eat, sleop or perform any doty
whatever, euoh was my prostrate condi?
tion. Medicine and medical aid I had ia.
abundance, such was my condition up to a
fow months since, when I began tho use ct
your Queen's Delight. I have used two
bottle?, my constitution is greatly in?
proved, my appotite is good, enjoy refresh,
lng sloep, and am able to perform my shara
of daiW labor."
Extract from a letter-Wonderful effect
of only ono bottle: "I have used only a
half bottle of 'Queen's Delight' for boil?
and eruptions of the skin and itching ha
mors of the blood, which annoyed me vary
much. I am entirely cured. 1 think your
medicino a valuable one."
A remarkable case of livor complaint and
headache cured by the uso of "Heinitsh's
Queon'a Delight:" A lady of nnqnestionod
worth and reputation v olnntarily gives tes?
timony of tho wondoi/ul effects of this
medicine. She has been from early yea?
a martyr to headaches, caused by imper?
fect action of tho liver, producing intense
headache and pain over the eyes. She has
taken only four bottles, and assnres ns of
tho perfect cure it bas made. Sbo now en?
joys good health.
Still another: "Duriiip 1??* ?prisg, I Li.
been troubled with obstinate chills and
fever, which, when cured, left my system
in a wretched condition, blood impure, and
I was afflicted with au angry, ana, as I at
one time thought, an incurable, cutaneous
eruption ovor my entire body. The most
violent remedies suggested failed to work
a cure, until, at the instance of a friend, I
tried Dr. Heinitsh's Queen's Delight. Les?
than two bott len cured mo, Ieavirj? my skin
in a healthy condition. My general health
is ac good as ever. For such purooaes, I
have, ever since my cure, unhesitatingly
recommended your Queen's Delight."
Don't buy any hut tho right kind. AIT
genuino Queen's Delight hasthecopy-right
mark on the outside, and it is the only
medicine which produces these wonderful
cure*. For sale wholesale and retail at
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