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BY JULIAN A. SELBY. > COLUMBIA. S. C.. FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 15, 1867. VOLUME III-NO. 205.
PUBL?BHED DAttT AN? TRI-WEKKLT.
BY JULI?N A. SELBY,
Office on Main etreot, a few doors abovo
Taylor (or Camden) street.
Daily Papor, abc months.H 00
Tri-Weekly, *' " .? 50
Weekly, M ".1 50
Inserted at 75 cents per square for the first
insertion, and 50 cents for each subsequent.
Weekly 75 cents eaoh insertion.
$0f A liberal discount made on the above,
rates vahen advertisements are inserted by
the month or year.
J. B. Allen, Chester.
Julius Poppe, Anderson C. H.
S. P. Kinard, Newberry 0. H.
W. T. Sims, Union.
J. M. Allen, Greenville._
FROM SOUTH CAROUNA.-A special
correspondent of the New York He?
rald, -writing from Sumter, says:
"This country is being rapidly
reduced to a state ,i hopeless poverty
and wretchedness. The negroes aro
three to ono in numbers, and the
disparity is still greater in registered
voters. Tho Radical Union League
controls the entire mass of the black
population, and will vote them like
BO many automata in the coming
elections. The white population is
entirely outside the ring, and alto?
gether passive and powerless. The
wildest notions are instilled into the
blacks by traveling nnd local speak?
ers, paid for the purpose.
"An antagonism of races is thus
being created, which is more pain
folly visible every day. The tempest
is being raised, but who will calm the
troubled waters? 'The white popu?
lation of the country is doomed and
must be destroyed.' This was tho
Utterance of ono of the leaders not |
long since, and unless tho Govern?
ment or the Northern people soon
interpose and over-awe these despe?
rate men, it must be so. The blacks
aro promised farms and a free distri?
bution of property, and they are I
wild with politics and turn their
backs upon the fields. The labor of |
the country is nlmost hopelessly do
moralized. Good mechanics, who
could command work and high wages,
have taken up politics and abandoned
the work-shops. Equality is not suf?
ficient; tho party insists on negro
supremacy and tho entire exclusion
of the Southern white man from the
government of the State. Farmers
find it difficult to get the crop har?
vested. It is perilous to complain,
and folly to proseoute. The black
man can do with impunity what a
white man would not dare to risk.
Negroes aro appointed to office, and,
if inefficient or detected in crime, are
not removed. No stock can be kept I
in the country; if turned out in the |
morning, they aro seen no more.
The blacks through all this country
are well armed, and there is no doubt
that serious trouble must result from
the present stato of things. In the
lexicography of the party, a Demo?
crat is "one who aims to reduce tho
negro again to slavey," and this is
the only definition of tho word known
to the blacks, and this they have
been carefully taught. Hence a man
who is even willing to accept the J
harsh conditions imposed by Con?
gress, unless he will adopt the ex?
treme Union Republican platform,
and assist in degrading his white fel?
low-citizens, is pronounced a Demo?
crat and the negroes stirred up against
him. The civil courts are almost
entirely suporceded by provost courts,
and from their decisions there is vir?
tually no appeal. Their decisions are
arbitrary in the extreme, and they
utterly disregard the established rules ]
of practice Men who have always I
been Union men, even throughout
the secession war, say *it would have
been more merciful in the Govern?
ment to havo bayonotted the entire
white population of tho South when
tho war was ended, and shot them all
io death with musketry, than to sub
?'ect them to stich a doom as this-a
ingering death by slow torture.' In
fine, the picture which the country
presents is enough to bring eternal
discredit on American statesman?
MoPtE REMOV?IS nv T?TE MtiiiTAiiY.
A private letter from Jones County,
in this State, brings intelligence that
tho entire corps of civil officers for
that County havo boen removed by
military authorities, ?nd tho ap
poinb-eti aro either Northern mon or
deserters from tho Confederate
armies. No cause is given for the
IMTOKTANT RUMOR.-A, decided
flatter ws? noticeable, last evening,
among the knowing ones in the hotel
lobbies and other public places, occa?
sioned bj rumors of an impending
change in the personnel of the city
government, to be effected indirectly
by a military order, said to be in
coarse of preparation, and which
would make the taking of the "iron?
clad" test oath tho sine qua non of
continuance in office. Of course,
such an order would cause a complete
and instantaneous bouleversement in
our municipal affairs. Whether a
measure of this kind is really con?
templated by Gen. Canby, we cannot
say; bnt we do know that its consum?
mation would be deeply deplored by
our entire community, and that its
effect would surely bo to still further
lower the already sufficiently do
pressed credit of Charleston.
It is a singular coincidence, that
almost simultaneously with tho circu?
lation of tho above rumor, we get
from tho Savannah papers a report
that within a week or ten days at
farthest, there would bo n similar
chango in tho government of that
P ARTIZAN FoiiiiV.-On the morning
of tho election in New lori, the
leading radical journal sniu: "Re?
member that the forces arrayed now
against us in this campaign arc tho
same, man for man, whom is-o con?
quered in the war. Their victory
would be a triumph of the principles
and men of the party of treason and
rebellion." Now, according to this,
the rebels are in a majority of 45,000
in that State ! Tho absurdity of the
statement is its own refutation. The
rebellion was wound up two years
ago. We think it is about timo that
partizanship dropped from its vo?
cabulary the terms "traitor," "rebel,"
&c, and conceded that the honest
friends of the country may act with
cither political organization without
impugning either their patriotism or
integrity.- Washington Express.
THE RIGHT KIND OF ENEROT.-Mr.
Joseph Litohenstorn, of New York,
who purchased n farm in this coun?
try ten days ago, had plows nt work
laBtwcek "breaking up," in ordor to
put in a orop this fall. Ho was pro?
mised a dozen teams, and designs
putting in all the land he cnn seed
before hard weather sets in. This is
tho energy the Old Dominion needs
at this time, and is an example
that will stimulate emulation on tho
part of bis neighbors.
Ladies' Industrial Association.
MME. DEMOKEST'S Bulletin of Ladies'
aud Children's Fashions, for fall sud
winter, with naper patterns; also. Hair
Crimpers, Noodles stuck like Pins, Mark?
ing Cotton, and various fancy articles.
The ito uk tr Liniment: the best lini?
ment for family usc; can be tined internally
and outwardly. It is a great pain destroy?
er. It kills pain and all kiuds of aches*
Sold by Fisher A Heinitah.
TRY THE CELEBRATED
PAINTED IRON BANDS,
?7-10P. BALING COTTON. For salo by
* J. G. Gibbes and E. A G. D. Hope.
H. T. BARTLETT, Gen'l Agent,
43 Carondelet street, New Orleans, La.
Oct 23 _Imo
Drags and Medicine*, wholesale and
retail, as cheap as any city in tho world, at
Fisher A Heinitsh's new store.
Painted Cotton Ties.
TRY DILLON'S UNIVERSAL TIE.
It is tbo most simple,
The most economical, and
Tho best TIE in use.
For salo by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
K f\(~\ BUSHELS PRIME WHITE
0\J\J CORN. For sale by
Oct 27 E A G. D. HOPE.
HAMS! HAMS! !
1 fifi CHOICE BALTIMORE nAMS,
JLvJ\ " just receivod, and for sale, by
Pot 26 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
100 Sacks Family Flour,
100 ?^^??sug,rcur,d llama,
f> hbds. Bacon Sides,
200 bushels old White Corn, bv
Oct 12 _ E. A O. D. MOPE.
400 Iba. SMOKED HALIBUT.
Bbls. No. 1 Mackerel.
" No. 3 "
Bids. Blue Fish.
400 lbs. splendid Codfish.
Oct 25 J'HIN CREEPERS A CO^
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Pure WHISKEYS and BRANDIES,
8horry and Madeira Wines, choice,
Champagne favorito hr a min,
Old Tom and Holland Gin,
Jamaica Rum, Ao.
Oct SI GEOROE 8YMMERS.
TAKE A CHANCE.
ONLY $2.00, no gift concern, but a splen?
did 8ILVER PITCHER, worth $100 and
moro, at T. W. RADCLIFFE'S, for tho
benefit of a needy and afflicted family.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT will euro the Itoh.
WUEATON'B OINTMENT will core Salt Rheum.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures Old Sores.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures all Diseases of
Price 60 cents-br mail 60 cents. All
Druggists sell it. \VEEKS Sc POTTER,
Roston. Mans., Proprietors. Sept 18 fly
A COUGH, A COLD, OR A SORB
THROAT, requires immediato attention,
and should be checked. If allowed to con?
tinuo, Irritation of the Lungs, a Perma?
nent. Throat Disease, or Consumption, is
often tho result.
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL. TROCIIBS
Having a direct influence to thc parts, givo
immediato relief. For BRONCHITIS, ARTH
MA, CATARRH, CONSUMPTIVE AND THROAT
DISEASES, Troches aro used with alwayB
Singers and Public Speakers uso them to
clear and strengthen tho voice.
Obtain only "Brown's Bronchial Tro?
ches," and do not take any of tho worth?
less imitations that may bo offered. 8old
everywhere. Oct 27 thno
SHALL NATURE BE SUSTAINED!
To give debilitating medicines to tho weak
is as about as sousible as it would bo to
try to help a man to bia feet by kicking
him when he was down. .
That sort of practice is going out of
fashion. It has filled so many gravo-yarda
that people no longer believe in it.
If those who aro not strong by nature
expect to avoid thc attacks of disease, they
must endeavor to acquire thc vigor neces?
sary to resist it.
How is this to he done? Common eoneo
suggests, by the uso of invigorating medi?
The great object ia to strengthen the
system without exciting it.
This object is accomplished by the judi'
cious uso of the most potent and genial oi
all vegctablo tonics and alteratives, HOS
TETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS.
Many valuable propertiea aro combin?e
in this preparation. It improves thoappo
ti tc and renders digestion easy and per
It gives steadiness to thenorves, inducei
a healthy, natural flow of hilo; prevent
constipation without unduly purging th
bowela; gently stimulates tho circulation
aud by promoting a vigorous condition o
tho physical system, promotes, also, tba
cheerfulness which ia the truest indicatioi
of a well balanced condition of all the ani
Summer leaves both the body and th
mind moro or less exhausted. Now is th
timo to recruit them, and thus foroata!
tho malarious fevers and other complaint
which prostrate so many thousands over
PANKKIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS ar
rapidly gaining in public esteem. The
aro decidedly tho most excellent Vegctabl
Tonic yet discovered for the euro of gem
ral debility and disorders of tho stomac
or liver. Those who have used them pn
nomico them to bo all that ?a claimed fi
thom. For salo by all druggists.
April 12 fly Du. C. H. MIOT. Agent.
NEW MARRIAGE GUIDE.-An E
say for Young Men, on Physiological E
rora, Abuses and Diacaaea, incident 1
Youth and Early Manhood, which crea
impediments to MARRIAGE, with su
means of relief. Sent in sealed lotter c
veiopes, free of charge. Address, Dr.
SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Associ
tjon. Philadelphia. Pa. Sept 25 ?Imo
Wolfe'* s< li ??ci it ni s< ii ii H jijis arc in
tated and counterfeited, and purchase
will havo to uso caution in purchasing.
DEW OK THE ALI'S.
For salo wholesale by all tho grocers
Now Orleana, Charleston, Mobile, Sava
nab and New York.
DEW OF THE ALPS
Received the first premium at the Pal
DEW OF THE ALPS.
Tho manufacturera of the above cord
not only roeeived the first premium at t
Paris Exposition, but wero decorated
DEW OP THE ALPS. ,
For salo by all the druggists, groci
and fruit stores in tho United States.
BRANDY, BUM AND WINES.
5,000 casca old Cognac Brandy, impor
especially for private uso.
800 cases old Jamaica ami Rf Croll! Un
bottled beforo the war.
10,000 cases Madoira, Sherry and Por
sonio very old and superior-vari?
brands: all warranted pure. For salo 1
Aug 16 3mo 22 Beaver st.. New Yorl
ESTABLISHED IN 1828.
BATCHELOR'? HAIR DVE.-T
H pie nd id Hair Dyo ia tho best in tho wo:
Tho only true and perfect 7b/e-harmb
reliable, instantaneous. No disappo
mont. No ridiculous tints. Natural bl
or brown. Romedies tho ill effects of
dyes. Invigorates tho hair, leaving it
aud beautiful. Tho genuine is signod 1
liam A. Batchelor. All othors are n
imitation*!, and should bo avoided, f
bv all drnargistB and perfumers. Fad
81 Barel?? streot, Now York, tar Dov
of a counterfeit. Dec ll :
OK ALL THE MEDICINES KNOWN
to tho world, and to the profession, nono
have boen attended with Finch marked ap?
preciation by the public, and secured the
approbation of the profession, on account
o' its exit ttuidiuai j icuiuuiol puwure, aa
"HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT." Wo
challenge tho world over to produce a sin?
gle instance whero any other medicine has
attained Buch popularity, in so short time,
as tho Qtieen's Delight. Twenty-fivo hun?
dred bottles havo gone forth from tho es?
tablishment or FISHER A HEINITSII in
ono yoar, and thc demand is still for more.
From all parts of the country, we hear it is
doing wonders. It cures Chill and Fover,
restores the sick to health, improvos tho
general condition of tho man, and makes
him a new creature. Nov 1 tuf
Wolfe's Schiedam Sehnaps aro put
up in quart and pint bottles, with tho pro
firietor's namo on tho bottle, cork and
To Farmers and Planters.
WE OFFER for salo tho following Fer?
tilizers of the Lodi Manufacturing
Doublo Refined roUDRETTE, prepared
from night soil of New York city, at Now
York prices, $25 per ton of 2,000 pounds,
freight added. Also.
NITRO-PriOSPHATE of LIME, equal in
every respect to Peruvian Guano, made
from Soured bono dust and night soil, su?
perior and far cheaper than any Phosphate
in market, at $G5 per ton, in Charleston.
A fair trial, however small, is respectfully
solicited. J. H. ENSLOW A CO.,
Charleston, 8. C.
Read the foUowing%tosUmonials:
At Horne, near Marietta, (?a., Oct. 1G.
A. J. Roborts A Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Gentlemen: I am well pleased with thc
result of the uso of tho "Double Refined
Poudretto" on my crops. I tried it on both
corn and cotton, and am satisfied wherevci
it was applied tho yield was more thar
doublo what it would have been without it
I regret exceedingly my not using it mon
extensively tho present year, but will trj
to make up my loss by purchasing a large*]
quantity next spring. I regard it as tb?
cheapest, moBt reliable, and easiest man
aged fertilizer within my knowledge, ant
cheerfully recommend it (as I havo tried i
thoroughly) to tho farmers of this section
and particularly to those planting cotton
from tho fact of its causing ht to mitun
from ten days to two weeks earlier than i
would without tho uso of the Poudrette. '.
also used it on my gardon, aud found it o
much benefit to all kinds of plants. Vcr'
respectfully, Ac. G. S. OGLESBY. '
Extract from a lotter received from Prol
Martin, of Hampden. Sidnev College
Va., dated July 1, 18T.7:
Tho Doublo Refined Poudrette i? operat
ing like a charm ou my crop, and attract
ing universal attention from all beholden
I am already satisfied that it is the cheap
est and surest renovator of our worn-oil
High Shoals, (ia., October &, 1S67.
Janies R. Dey, Esq.
Sir: Tho Doublo Refined Poudrettel
bought for two other parties in connectio
with myself-ono of them used it on cot to
and corn, and thinks it answered finch
tho other put it on cotton, on very poi
ground, and thinks it doubled his crop,
used it on corn. It answered finely, an
was thought by the hand that cultivate
thc crop to bo fully equal to Rhode's Supe
Phosphate. I also used it on about a
aero of cotton, and I am clearly of opinic
that it is the best and cheapest fertilizi
in n?e, and I expect to order several tot
this winter. Yours, verv respect fullv,
Ellaville, Schleg Co., Ga., Oct. 4, 18C7.
Tho Double Refined Poudrette, pu
chase.1 of you last spring, I think, i
creased my crop of cotton 150 pounds p
aero; put it upon worn-out pine land,
the rate of 200 pounds per acre, drilled
with cotton aced. Yours, Ac,
Salisbury, N. C., August 10, 1807.
James R. Doy, Esq.
Dear Sir: I can safely say that yo
Doublo Relined Poudrette is "far superi
to any tither fertilizer for cotton; for 1 ha
given it a fair trial this season. Yours,
JEHU FOSTER, Ju.
Savannah, Ga., September 25, 18G7.
James R. Dey. Esq., President,
Dear Sir: I used tho Doublo Rcfin
Poudretto, bought of you laut spring,
corn. I think it increased the yield oi
half. I consider it an excellent manu
Respectfully, T. HOLCOMBE
Ridgeway, S. C., September 21, 1807
Mr. Janies lt. Dey.
Sir: I applied tho Double Retitled Pi
tirette by itself, and in combination w
other fertilizers, on cotton, and um pleat
with it ; so much so that it is my pres?
intention to purchase^ larger nupplj
you the next year to apply to my coll
crop. Yours very respectfully,
HENRY O. DAVIi
Rocky Mount, Edqecomb County.
North Carolina, November 13,
James R. D y. Esq.
Sin In reply ?,? your inquiry of Ibo
suits of our exp?rience in tho uso of y
improved Poudrette-purchased of you
this year's cotton crop-we would beg Ie
to say that tho present season has b
ono quito unfavorable to tho action of
Several kinds of manures wero uset
nB, with tho exception of your Poudre
with littlo or no effect to tho crop.
Where tho Poudrotto was used, it fi
ns near half a bale more per acre,
caused tho cotton to opon much earl
and wo would, therefore, recommend
sumo as a concentrated manure for
growth of co: tun, as welt as improven
to the soil. Yours, very respectfully,
HENRY P". 8TULT8 A BRI
Dew of the Alu*. -TJdolpho Wolfe,
agent for tho above cordial, manufacti
in Genova, Switzerland, is used by all
crowned hoads of Europe.
OYSTERS reecivod every day fresh from
the Mill Pond, and thcv aro tho only
Mill Pond OYSTERS in the city. They will
bo served in EVERY STYLE, at shortest
notice, at 60 cents-40 cents on the sholl.
Will take pleasure in supplying families
with OYSTERS and GAME of aU kinds.
COOKING done by one of the bost cooks
in tho city, at tho corner of Marion and
Tavlor streeots._Nov 14
C. MINORT & CO., - - Proprietors.
-pf p<?mi* ig?
THI8 establishment, on tho North-east
corner of Lady and Assembly streets,
bas been re-opened.
LUNCH will bo served every day, from
ll till 2 o'clock. Perfect satisfaction gua?
ranteed to all. Give mo a call, Gent lomon.
Nov 6 Imo
BY D. MoGUINNIS,
On Assembly Street, East Sifle, Opposite the
North End of the Market.
LUNCH every day/?S&\ /~~\
.fc^ trom ll to 1 o'clock.im
^P0?V OYSTERS, FISH ^Stf?
i**, i m.. X-and GAME, of all kinds, served
ia tho best styles at all honra.
Tho best of WINES, LIQUORS, BEER,
SEGARS and TOBACCO, constantly on
hand._O ct J) 8mo_
TBE POLLOCK HOUSE
LIQUORS, WINES, SEGARS, TOBACCO, M.,
WHOLESALE ANO RETAIL*
TnE UNDERSIGNED has fitted
/?^Fr??up bis establishment, and bas ro
[iMJLIUI ecived a large stock of the finest
Tkmkuu^kmqualities and brands of LIQUORS,
WINES, ABES, SEGARS, Smoking ant
Chewing TOBACCO, etc.; SYRUPS, COR?
DIALS and other articles.
JELLIES and BRANDY FRUITS of homo
In tho rear of Ibo wholosalo store, ho
has a handsomely appointed
SAMPLE RO O M ,
URB WHERE tho beet of everything is
- OE all kinda-FI8H, OYS- M
m*J*sKrfS "I BS, GAME, MEATS, Ac. ^
- furnished at short notice,? ,t
*and in tho very boat styles.V
SUPPER ROOMS. V'
/'"l ATTACHED to tho cataln ?[
*J .jflishment aro commodious^*
rooms, where private DINNERS
and SUPPERS will bo furnished for any
number of persona from two to 150.
LUNCH every dav, at ll o'clock.
Tho Proprietor pledges himself that ho
will continue, aa heretofore, to usc bia ut?
most ondeavors to give perfect satisfaction
to bia patrons and guests.
_Sept_24 T. M. POLLOCK. Proprietor-^
Dr. George Smith's Dental Labora?
THE subscriber offers induce-1
>tneuts-in the wav of GOOD WORK
.and LOW PRICES-to ono and all
requiring bia professional services. Give
him a call. Perfect satisfaction gnaran
teed or no charge. Omeo on Camden
street, nearly opposite tho Park.
T II E UNDERSIGNED,
having been for some time
associated with the late Dr.
D. P. Gregg in DENTAL |
SURGERY, purposes continuing tho busi?
ness in ibu Office recently occupied by the
Tho patronage of my old friends, and
the public generally, is respectfully solicit- I
ed. Office over T.' W. Radcliffe's Jewelry
Store. Main street. D. L. BOOZER.
St. James Hotel,
JV KW ORLEANS, LA.
WM. A. HURD, o? New Orleans.
W. E CORKERY, Spottswood Hotel, Rich?
I msT Tologrnph and Railroad Offices in
rot und i nf lintel. July 3 Arno
Gunpowder ! Gunpowder ! !
WE have been apnointed ?gents for tho
sale of DUPONT'S CELEBRATED
GUNrOW BER, and offer it at wholeaalo at
the following low rates:
Rifle Powder, in 25 lb. kegs, best quality,
$7.25 per keg.
Rino Powder, in 25-lb. kegs, second quali?
ty, 10 25 per keg.
Blasting Powder, in 25-lb. kegs, best
quality, ll 75 per keg.
In quantities ot len keg? or more, it will
be delivered at depot of either of tho roads
at a reduction of 26 c ut ' per keg.
Wo will also finnish half and quarter
hogs, and cannister powder by the case, at
Terms onsh, in United States curronoy,
__Nov 6_ J, ft T. R. AGNEW.
Wolfe'a Sdi ted u ui Schnapps ?ro good
FISHER & LOWRANCE,
COLUMBIA. S. C.
AFRESH SUPPLY received to-day, and
for aale low, by
NOT 13 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
G>f\C\ BUSHELS, for Bale low, by
?UU FISHER & LOWRANCE.
2C\f\f\ LARGE Seamless Sacks
.VJ VJ VJ Liverpool SALT, at $2.75
to the consumers, with liberal discounts,
to large purchasers.
Nov 12 FI8HER A LOWRANCE.
ENGLISH and 8WEEDES, aa low aa can
be purchased in this market, by
Nov 10 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
THE best kind. BEARD'S Solf-Adjuet
ing IRON TIE, low for cash.
Nov 10 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
AFULL SUPPLY of EngUsh HARD?
WARE, just received, and low, for
cash, by FISHER A LOWRANCE.
FOR SALE LOW, hy
Oct 12 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
15 Firkins North Carolina Butter,
FRESH from the Mountains, for aal?
low, by FISHER & LOWRANCE.
Twenty Dozen Canned Oysters,
-j (\ DOZ. CANNED TOMATOES.
JL.VJ Green Corn, Jellies, Gherkins,
Mixed Pickles ic.
Received to-dav, and for sale low, by
Oct 12_FISHER A LOWRANCE.
SUGAR-HOUSE SYRUP, BACON,
' PICKLES, RICE,
IRON, STEEL., Axles, Springs, Carriage
Materials, Parlor Matches, Etc.
Sept 20 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
THE TRIUMPH OF ART* !
MORE TESTIMONY IN FAVOR OF
EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS: "The
Queon's Delight is .beginning to
awakeu the attention of our physicians.
Its remarkable curative power is seen in
its wonderful effect npou disease. As a
blood purifier, there is no medicine like it
known to tho profession. A gc-nt Inn an
told me that his ?on had been taking tho
Queen's Delight, and is more benefited by
it thandy any other medicino. He wants
a dozen nottlcs."
Extract from a letter: "It io due to you
to state in this public manner, in order
that tho people may know the truth, that
I Rave tried your Queen'B Delight, and
found it not only what you said it was-"a
pure medicino"-but tue best medicine I
have ever taken for eruptions and general,
bad health. I had an eruption all over my
body, with impaired digestion and di bor?
dered liver, and have 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 bettor, my liver and digestion ia im
Eroved. I am satisfied one or two more
ottles will cure me."
Extract from a letter: "At tho close, oft
the war, my constitution was shattered. I
could not eat, sleep or perform any duty
whatever, such waa my proBtrato condi?
tion. Medicine and medical aid I had in
abundance, such waa my condition up to a
few months sinco, when I began the use ot
your Queen'B Delight. I have used two
bottles, my constitution is greatly im-,
proved, my appetite is good, enjoy refresh?
ing sleep, and am able to perform my share
of daily labor."
Extract from a letter-Wonderful effect
of only one bottle: "I bavo used only a
half bottle of 'Queen's Delight' for boUs
and eruptions of tho skin and itching hu?
mors of the blood, which annoyed me very
much. I am ontircly cured. I think your
medicine a valuable one."
A remarkable caso of liver complaint and
headache cured by tho use of "Hcinitsh'a
Quoen'a Delight:*' A lady of unquestioned
worth and reputation voluntarily gives tes?
timony of the wonderful effects of tbic
medicino. Sho han been from early years
a martyr to headaches, caused by imper?
fect action of the liver, producing intense
headache and pain overdo oyo?. She baa
taken only four bottles, and assures us of
?lie perfect care it bzz xz??~. SLo njfc? en?
joys good health.
S'ill another: "During last spring, I had
boon troubled with obstinate chills aud
fever, which, when cured, left my system
in a wretched condition, blood impure, and
1 was afflicted with an angry, and, as I at
ono time thought, an incurable, cntaneona
eruption over DIV entire body. Tho most
violent remedies suggested failed to work
a cure, until, at tho instance of a friend, I
triod Dr. Heinitsb's Queen's Delight. Lesa
than two bottle? cured me, leaving my skin
in a healthv condition. My general health
is as good as ever. Poi snob purposes, I
have, ever since my cure, unhesitatingly
recommended your Queen's Delight."
Don't t?ny nu? but tho right kind. Af!
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mark on thc- outside, and it is the only
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