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BY JULIAN A. SELBY. COLUMBIA. S. O.. SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 17, 1867. VOLUME III-NO. 207.
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Reco ns traction by thc Negro-A War
We are courting the fate of Hay t i
and Jamaica; for, like elements, go?
verned by the same general forces,
produce like results. This rule of
nature is as irrevocable as the law of
mineral crystallization. There is,
however, a certain radical power in
the United States that is ever willing
to disputo a fiat of nature, providing
it ehcrnaobe, upon its pet theories.
On ot these pct theories is the su?
periority of the negro race over the
white. That such is the real basis of
radical negro is m is very evident.
Were it not so, why do they boost
the negro np the tree of liberty in?
stead of allowing him to climb it
himself, as tho white man has been
forced to do? It is with the greatest
difficulty that the most intelligent of
our people can govern themselves.
If it be conceded that four millions
of uneducated negroes, with brains
undeveloped and even sterile, are
capable of self-government, then it
must also be acknowledged that if the
balance of the nation were of the
same material, it would make no dif?
ference to our republicanism, which
would also be to grant that Hay ti is
a republican Utopia. If, however, it
ia argued that the intelligent white
population is the salvation of our
republicanism, and that we can still
exist under a bod admixture of one
eighth African, it is a concession that
we, to a certain extent, vitiate the
nation and voluntarily recede in civi?
lization and the perfection of go?
vernment which we seek. We sub?
mit the question, then, is it
statesmanship in any century, much
more in this, to go backwards?
As. we are directed now by the
radical element, we photograph upon
oar present institutions and on future
history at least one-third of the pic?
ture of Hayti. In that unfortunate
country we have had nothing but a
war of races since its discovery by
Columbus. From the negro empe?
ror Jacques I, in 1804, to the present
ruler, Salnave, the Hay tien part of
the island has presented even a worse
condition than that which is pre?
sented in the long years of wholesale
Spanish murders which made its hor?
rors a proverb. How rapidly the
country marches to tbe primitive bar?
barism which is the delight of the
negro raoe, is best shown by the value
of the oxports just previous to the
accession of Jacques I, compared
with those of to day. At that time
they reached tho largo figure of
$27,828,000. To-day they aro scarce?
Bat if Hayti exhibits a sorry argu?
ment for negro domination, what
does Jamaica show? Siuce the island
was given np to negro mle, its march
has boen rapid from bad to worse,
until to-day ooo of the finest sud
formerly one of the most productive
of all the West India group lies but
a wreck in negro hands. All this hos
taken place in thirty-four years, not?
withstanding the efforts of tho Eng?
lish Government to prevent it. And
how of Liberia? Large sums of
money, Christian and missionary
effort unlimited, have been used to
litt?*? adfrontage. Tho negro inore,
forced into a hot-houso growth, and
kept upon the plus side of civilization
by constant white effort, is still far
down in the scale. Ho often runs
eastward to bis native barbarism, and
is only kept inside the bounds of the
colony by large contributions to his
welfare. We dismiss Liberia as a
mammoth negro poor house.
But Liberia is nothing to tho negro
poor house we are establishing in the
whole Southern half of the United
' States. We go into this negro asy?
lum business es we go into every?
thing else in America. Wo set the
whole Northern half of the nation to
earning money to maintain the ne
_, , -? i g '
gro. Wo make hage appropriations
for ibo benefit of the negro. We
bary all material progress to embody
all oar ideas in the progress of the
negro. we take no time to legislate
np on our mined commerce, fer
are occupying every moment for the
negro. We approach a finanoial
panie, bnt try to hide it by holding
before it the negro. We reconstruct
the South, not for the common bene?
fit of white and black relative to the
whole nation, but entirely for the
negro. The radicals go so far that
vide Ben Wade-they say that we
may have a war of caste, and even
hound on the negro. We have gone
negro mad; and the madness threatens
to wind up by a war of races which,
when it comes, will sweep the negro
out of existence. The nation is not
powerful enough, with all i?s vigor,
to stand under this negro load. We
must shake it off, or down we go to
the level of Hayti, San Domingo and
Jamaica.-Neto York Herald.
Serenade to the President.
President Johnson was serenaded
on Wednesday evening, and, in re
spouse to the compliment, delivered
the following brief address:
"FELLOW-CITIZENS: It is not my
intention to make tn address upon
this occasion, but simply to tender
you my thanks for this demonstra?
tion-a demonstration approbating
what your fellow-citizens have de?
clared in the recent elections in
various StateB of the Union. They
will appreciate your response to what
they have done, and send back greet?
ing that the union of the States must
be maintained aocording to the origi?
nal design of our fathers.
"I confess I am gratified, but cot
surprised, at the result of the recent
elections. I have always bad uu
doubting confidence in the people.
They may sometimes be misled by a
'lying spirit in the mouths of their
prophets,' but never perverted; and,
in the end, they are always right. In
the gloomiest hours through which I
have passed-and many of them,
God knows, have been dark enough
and when our Constitution was in the
utmost peril; when our free institu?
tions were assailed by a formidable
force, and our great Republic seemed
tobe tottering to its fall; and when
I felt how vain were my efforts alone
to preserve these institutions in their
integrity, and to save the Republic
from ruin, I was still hopeful; I had
still au abiding confidence in the
people, and felt assured that they, in
their might, would come to the
rescue. They have cornel And
thank God they have come, and
that our Republic may yet be saved.
"It was but the other day that I
officially declared that the remedy for
the present unhappy condition of the
oountry, must como from the people
themselves. They know what that
remedy is, and how it is to be ap?
plied. At the presGnt time, they
cannot, according to the forms of the
Constitution, repeal obnoxious laws;
they oannot remove or control this
military despotism. The remedy is,
nevertheless, in their hands, and is a
sure one, if not controlled by fraud,
overawed by arbitrary power, or from
apathy on their part too long delayed.
With abiding confidence in their
patriotism, wisdom and integrity, I
am still hopeful that in the end tho
rod of despotism will bo broken, the
armed heel of power lifted from tho
necks of the people, and the princi?
ples of a violated Constitution pre?
served. Tho people havo spokon in
a manner not to bo misunderstood.
Thank God ! they have spoken; for it
is upon their intelligence and their
integrity that I have always relied,
and still rely. Tho Constitution of
tho country, which was imperilled,
hos recently been before them for
consideration, and it has bsd now
life and vigor imparted to it from its
original source-the people. It comes
back to us with renewed strength and
Kower. Let it now be tranBlatod
igh up in the heavens, written in
letters of living light, as the symbol
of Liberty and Union, justice, mag?
nanimity and fraternity 1 O-nod
C. H A Y NE S WO HT 11 " O.J. CARROLL.
HAYNESWORTH & CARROLL,
FA8BIONARLE HAIR CUTTING and
.SHAVING SALOON, Plain street, a
tow doors below R. C. Shiver's old stand.
? HOT, COLD and SHOWER RAT ff 8 on
short notice. _ lffr7 ,
Ladies' Industrial Associuoon.
MME. DEMOREST'S Rulletin of Ladies'
and Children's Fashions, for fall and
winter, with paper patterns; also, Hair
Crimpers, Needles stuck like Pins. Mark?
ing Cotton, and various fancy articles.
An emption* of Ute skin, of thirty
year's standing, which defied tbs skill of
the doctors, waa d?sedj ir. Philadelphia,
by using HemiUh'a Queen's Delight.
TAKE A CHANCE
ONLY $2.00, no gift concern, bnt a splen?
did SILVER PITCHER, worth *100 and
more, at T. W. RADCLIFFE'S, for the
benefit of a needy and afflicted family.
Scrofula, or King'? Evil, ia cured by
using Hoinitsh's Queen's Delight.
NEW MAllUIAGE ?VIDE.-An En?
say for Young Men, on Physiological Er?
rors, Abuses and Diseases, incident to
Youth aud Early Manhood, which create
impediments to MARRIAGE, with sure
means of reliof. Sent in sealed letter en?
velopes, free of charge. Address, Dr. J.
SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Associa
tion. Philadelphia, Pa. Sept 25 3ruo
Drugs and Med lc Ines, wholesale and
retail, as cheap as any city in tho world, at
Fisher A Hoinitsh's new store._
THE publio esteem in which PANK
NIN'S HEPATIC DITTER8 aro held, is
another proof of their excellence as a
Tonio. They are recommended by physi?
cians generally, and have nover disap
?dinted thone who have made useof them,
hey give snro and speedy relief in nausea,
sick headache, dyspepsia and all similar
complaints. For salo by all druggists.
April 14 m ly Da. C. H. MIOT, Agent.
Beauty and health sro moro to be
prized than the wealth of tho Indies,
mt bout health, what aro all the posses?
sions of world to yon with a diseased body
and mind. You cannot enjoy them, and it
give* you pain not to realize them. Use
the Queen's Delight and be restored.
SHALL NATURE BE SUSTAINED!
To give debilitating medicines to tho weak
is as about as sensible as it would be to
try to help a man to his foot by kicking
him when he was down.
That sort of practico is going out oi
fashion. It has filled so many grave-yards
that people no longer believe in it.
If those who are not strong by nature
expect to avoid the attacks of disease, they
must endeavor to acquire the vigor neces?
sary to resist it.
How is this to bo done? Common sense
suggests, by tho use of invigorating medi?
The great object is to strengthen thc
system without exciting it.
This object is accomplished by tho judi?
cious UBO of the most potent and genial ol
all vegetable tonics and alteratives, HOS
TETTER'S STOMACH RITTERS.
Many valuable properties are combined
in this preparation. It improves tho appe?
tite and ronders digestion easy and per?
It gives steadiness to tho nerves, indncet
a healthy, natural flow of bile; prevente
constipation without unduly purging thc
bowels; gently stimulates tho circulation,
and by promoting a vigorous condition o:
the physical system, promotes, also, thal
cheerfulness which is tho truest indicatiot
of a well balanced condition of all tho ani
Summer leaves beth the body and tin
mind more or less exhausted. Now is th?
time to reoruit them, and thus forestal
the malarious fevers and other complaint!
which prostrate so many thousands ever:
fall. _Nov 616
Circassian Lustre, for beautifying tin
hair, for young and old; an elogant articl
and cheaper than anything else of th
kind. Sold by Fisher A Hoinitsh.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT will caro the Itch.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT will enro Salt Rheum
WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures Old Sores.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT enres all Discases o
Price 50 cents-by mail 60 cents. Al
Druggists sell it. WEEKS A POTTEF
Ruston, Mass., Proprietors. Sept 18 fly
Helnltsh'a Queen's Delight, for Tel
tor, Pimples, Rlotchos, and Eruptions o
the face. _
A COUGH, A COLD, OR A SOR1
THROAT, requires immediato attentioi
and should be checked. If allowed to cor
tunic, Irritation of tho Lungs, a Penni
neut Throat Dineaso, or Consumption, i
often tho result.
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES
Having a direct influence to tho parts, gi>
immediato relief. For BRONCHITIS, ASTI
MA, OATABBJI, CONSUMPTIVE AND THRO/
DISEASES, Troches aro need with siwa?
Singers and Public Speakers use them I
clear and strengthen tho voice.
Obtain only "Brown's Bronchial Tr
ches," and do not take any of tho wort!
less imitations that may be offered. tfo
everywhere Oct 27 t4mo
Carbuncles and Mmiu como from tl
pure blood, Nature throws out these ir
purities of tho blood, which should 1
regarded sa * warnlog. Purity vonr bloo
bylining Hein i ts h's Queen's Delight.
BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.-Tl:
splendid Hair Oyo is the best in the worl
Tho only true and perfect Dye-harrold
roliable, instantaneous. No disappoh
ment. No ridiculous tints. Natural bia
or brown. Remedies tbs ill effects of b
dyes. Invigorates tho hair, leaving lt s<
and beautiful. The genuine is signed it
liam A. Batchelor. All others are mc
imitations, and should be avoided. 8c
by all druggists and perfumers. Factc
81 Rarolay street, New York. 49* Bewn
of s counterfeit. Deo ll li
The Quaker Liniment; tho best li
ment for family use; can be used interns
and outwardlv. It is a great pain deatrc
er. It kills pain ?nd all kinds of sch
Sold by Fisher & Hoinitsh.
To Farmer? and Planten.
WE OFFER for safe the following Fer
tilizers of the Lodi Manufacturing
Company, via: _
Double Refined POUDRETTE, prepared
"tum night soil of NeW York city, at New
York price?, $25 per ton of 2,000 pounds,
freight added. Also.
NITRO-PHOSPHATE of LIME, equal In
every respect to Peruvian Guano, made
from ilonred bone duBt and night soil, su?
perior and far cheaper than any Phosphate j
in market, at $65 per ton, in Charleston.
A fair trial, however small. ?B respectfully
solicited. J. H. EN8LOW & CO.,
Charleston, 8. C.
Read tho following testimonials:
?lome. near Mh'?etta. Ga., Oct. 16.
A. J. Roberts & Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Gentlemen: I am well pleased with the |
result of the uso of tho "Double Refined ?
Pondre!te" on my crops. Itriediton both
corn and cotton, and am satisfied wherever
it was applied tho yield was moro than
double what it wonld have been without it.
I regret exceedingly my not using it moro
extensively the present year, bat will try
to make up my IOSB by purchasing a larger
quantity next spring. I regard it as tho
cheapest, most reliable, and easiest man?
aged fertilizer within my knowledge, and
cheerfully recommend it (as I havo tried it
thoroughly) to tho farmers of thia bec. ti on,
and particularly to those planting cotton,
from tho fact of its oauaing it to mature
from ton days to two weoks earlier than it j
wonld without tho uso of tho Poudrette. I
also used it on my garden, and found it of j
mach benefit to all kinds of plants. Very
respectfully, &o. G. 8. OGLESRY.
Extract from a lotter received from Prof.
Martin, of Hampden. Bidnoy College,
Va., dated July 1, 1867:
Tho Double Refined Poudrette is op?r?t-1
ing like a charm on my crop, and attract?
ing universal attention from all beholders.
I am already satisfied that it ia tho cheap- I
cst and sorest renovator of oar worn-out |
High Shoals, Ga., October 4, 1867.
James R. Dev, Esq.
Sir: The Doable Refined Poudrette I
boaght for two other parties in connection
with myself-one of them need it on cotton
and corn, and thinks it answered finely;
tho other put it on cotton, on very poor
ground, and thinks it doubled hie crop,
used it on corn. It answered finely, and
was thought by the hand that cultivated
the crop to bo fully equal to Rhode's Kuper
Phosphate I also used it on about an
acre of cotton, and I am clearly of opinion
that it is tho best and cheapest fertilizer
in use, and I expect to order several tons
this winter. Yours, very respeotfullv,
Ellaville, Sc?dey Co., Ga., Oct. 4,1867.
The Double Refined Poudrette, pur- |
chased of you last spring, I think, in?
creased my orop of cotton 150 pounds per
acre; pat it upon worn-out pine land, at
the rate of 200 pounds per acre, drilled in
with cotton seed. Yours, Ac,
Salisbury, N. C., August 10, 1867.
James R. Dey, Esq.
Dear Sir: I can safely say that your
Double Refined Poudrotte ?B far superior j
to any other fertilizer for cotton; for I have
given it a fair trial this season. Yours,
JEHU FOSTER, Ju.
Savannah, Ga., September 25, 1867.
James R. Dey, Esq., President.
Dear Sir: I UBed tho Double Refined
Poudrette, bought of you last spring, on
corn. I think it increased the yield one
half. T, consider it an excellent manure.
Respectfully, T. HOLCOMBE.
Ridgeway, S. C., September 21, 1867.
Mr. James R. Dev.
Sir: I applied tho Doablo Relined Pou?
drette by itself, and in combination with
other fertilizers, on cotton, and am pleased
with it; so much so that it is my presont
intention to purchase a larger aupply of j
you the next year to apply to my cotton
crop. Youi ts very respectfully,
HENRY C. DAVIS.
Rocky Mount, Edgecomb County,
North Carolina, November 13, I860.
James R. Dey, Esq.
Sir: In reply to your inquiry of the re?
sults of our experience in the use of your
improved Poudrette-purchased of you for
this year's cotton crop-wo would beg leave
to eay that tho present season has been
ono quito unfavorable to tho action of all
Several kinds of manures wero used by
UH, with the excepti-iu of your Poudrette,
with littlo or no effect to tho crop.
Where tho Poudrette was used, it gave
us near half a bale moro por aero, and
caused the cotton to open much earlier
and wo would, therefore, recommend th
same as a concentrated manure for tb
growth of cotton, as well an improvement
to tho Boil. Yours, verv respect fnllv,
HENRY P. 8TULTS A RHO.
Nov 14 3mo
Washing Machines and Clothes
CLOTHES WRINGERS and Washing
Machines, constantly on band, and for
salo^by J^A T. R. AGNEW.
Gunpowder ! Gunpowder ! !
WE have boen appointed agonts for tho
cslc or DUPONrS CELEBRATED
GUNPOWDER, and offer it at wholesale at
the following low rates:
Riflo Powder, in 25-lb. kegs, best quality,
$7.25 per keg.
Rifle Powdor, in 25-lb. kegs, socond qnali
ty, $6.25 per keg.
Blasting Powder, in 25-lb. kegs, bost
quality, $4.75 per keg.
In quantities of ten kegs or more, it will
be delivered at depot of either of tho roads
at a redaction of 25 couts per keg.
We will also furnish half and quarter
kegs, and cannister powdor by tho case, at
Terms cash, in United States currency,
Nov 6 _^_J.AT.R. AGNEW.
THUS. E. GREGG & CO.,
CiTOCSG, Conds, Gold sad Exchange
? bought and sold. Office at GREGG A
OO.'S. Joly 81
CUE ? WW?C_MO ? SE. i
?T. CLENDINING, - - - Proprietor
0Y8TER8 received every dsy fresh from
the Mill Pond, and they are the only
Mill Pond 0Y8TEKH in the oitv. They will
be served in EVERY STYLE, at eho-f-d
notice, at 60 cents-40 cents on the shell.
Will take pleasure in suppl v lng families
with OY8TEH8 and GAME of all kinds.
COOKING done by one of the best cooks
in the city, at the corner of Marion and
Taylor streeets._ Nov 14
C. MTNORT & GO., - - Proprietors.
THIS establishment, on the Nortn-east
corner of Lady and Assembly streets,
bas boen re-opened.
LUNCH will bu 8orved every day, from
ll till 2 o'clock. Perfect satisfaction gna
rantoed to all. Give me a call, Gentlemen.
Nov 5 Imo
BY D. McOUINNIS,
On Assembly Street, East Side, Opposite the
North End of the Market.
~- L^NDHoveryday/?. / \
ITZL. from ll to 1 o'clock."K*\l?yr
OYSTERS. FISH ^B/ffl^
? ? in^-and GAME, of all kinds, served
iu the best styles at all hours.
The best of WINE8, LIQUORS, BEER,
SEGARS and TOBACCO, constantly on
hand._*_ Oct 9 3mo
ll Bi iii.
LIQUORS, WINES, SEGARS, TOBACCO, &C,
WROLESALE AND RETAIL?
THE UNDERSIGNED has fitted
aup his estabhshment, and has re?
ceived a large stock of thc finest
qualities and brands of LIQUORS,
WINES, ALES, s KG A HS, Smoking and
Chowing TOBACCO, etc.; SYRUPS, COR?
DIALS and other articles.
JELLIES and BRANDY FRUITS of home
In the rear of tho wholesale store, he
has a handsomely appointed
Hf WHERE tho beet of everything is
Ap . OF allkinds-FI8H. OYS
4*JRt^Um TEItS, GAME, MEATS, Ac./?>
BB-furnished at short notice,S
^^^*"*^and in the vory best styles, g
ATTACHED to the estab- ??
^?\Yfi& liBbment aro commodious
XSOBr rooms, whore private DINNERS
and SUPPE US will bo furnished for any
number of persons from two to 150.
LUNCH every day, at ll o'clock.
The Proprietor pledges himself that he
will continue, UH heretofore, to nee his ut
mont endeavors to give perfect satisfaction
to his patrons and guests.
Sopt 2i T. M. POLLOCK, Proprietor.
Dr. George Smith's Dental Labora?
THE subscriber offers induco
MHsaments-in tho wav of GOOD WORK
On?nd LOW PRICES-to ono and all
requiring his professional services. Give
him a call. Perfect satisfaction guaran?
teed or no charlo. Olbco on Camden
street, nearly opposite thc Park.
Nov 3 _
_ T II E UNDERSIGNED,
having been for nonio time
.mnftJsEUHk associated with the Into Dr.
^U-lJrJL? I), p. Gregg in DENTAL
SURGERY, purposes continuing the busi?
ness in tho Ofiico recently occupied by the
The patronage of my old friends, and
the publie generally, is retipecttully solicit?
ed. Ofiico over T. W. Radel iffo's Jewelry
Store, Main street. D. L. HOOZER.
FISHING TACKLE, &c.
^ -~ THE undersigned has re
5><^ movod his stock of poods in
^c^-^S^the above lino to the store
v *tmH?next to Fisher A Heiuitsh's.
Guns in? Pistc?a repaired ?n.? ?ml io
perfect order, at reasonable notice.
8EWING MACHINES Repaired.
P. W. KRAFT,
Main street, opposite Ehatnix Ofiico.
H A VING removod my FUR- ?
NITURE bnsiness to the Na- SI
__tional Express old stand, I ?
w?nhl OM glad to see my former pa- 'T*
trons and tho pnblio generally give mo a
call, as I have a nice stock of FURNITURE
on hand, and will make to ordor or repair
anything in the Furniture line very reason?
able, and workmanship to please even the
most fastidious. JEROME FAGAN,
Washington st., bot. Main and Assem'y,
A few doors from old stand.
Aug 10 6mo
2,000 Founds English Blue Stone,
FOR sale low, by
Oct 81 FISHER A HEINITSH.
FISHER & LOWRANCE,
COLUMBIA. 8. C.
A FRESH SUPPLY received to-day; and
?X for sale low. by .
Nov 13 F rSHER * LOWRANCE.
O A A BUSHEL8, for ?ale low, by
?l\J\J FISHER A LOWRANCE.
ENGLISH and SWEEDE8, as low as can.
be purchased in this market, by
NovlO FISHER A LOWRANCE..;
THE best kind. BEARD'S SebT-Adjast
btp IRON TIE, low for cash.
Nov 10 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
AFULL SUPPLY of EngUsh HARD?
WARE, just reoclved. and low, fox
ca sb, bv FISHER A LOWRANCE.
FOR SALE LOW, by
Oct 1? FIB HER A LOWR VNCB.
15 ?"irkins North t (jolina Butter,
I^BEUH from ni o Mountains, for salo
JC low, by FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Pet ??3_ .
Twenty Bozen Canned Oysters*
1/V DOZ. CANNED TOMATOES
A\J Green Corn, Jollier, Gherkins,
Mi&ed 1 iokles, <.t,
Received to-day, and for ?alu low, by
Oct ia FISHER ft LO WV ANGE.
SUGAR-HOUSE SYRUP, BACON,
' PICKLES, RICE,
IRON, STEEL, Ailes, Springs, Carriage
Material?, Parlor Mntohcs, Elo.
Sept 20 FR3HER A LOWRANCE.
THE TRIUMPH OF ART I
MORE TESTIMONY IN FAVOR OF
Heinitsh's Queen's Delight?
EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS: "The
Qneon'a Delight is beginning to
.waken the attention of our physicians.
Its remarkable curative power is seen in
its wondorful effect upon disease. As a>
blood purifier, there is no medicine like it
known to the profession. A gentleman
told me that his son has been taking tho
Queen's Delight, and bj more benefited by
it than by any other medicine. He wanta
a dozen bottles."
Extract from a letter: "It is due to you
to state in this public manner, in order
that tho people may know the truth, that
[ have tried your Queen's Delight, and
found it not only what yon said it was-"a
puro medicine"-but tue best medicino I
nave ever taken for eruptions and general
bad health. I bad an eruption all over my
body, with impaired digestion and disor?
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 app?tit?
is bettor, my liver and digest'on is im
proved. I am satisfied ono or two more
bottles wUl cure mo."
Extract from a letter: "At the cloao of
tho war, my constitution was shattered. I
could not eat, sleep or perform any duty
whatever, such was my prostrate condi?
tion. Medioine and medical aid I bad io
abundance, such was my condition up to a
few months since, when I begau tho uso of
your Queen's Delight. I havo used two
bottles, ray constitution is greatly im?
proved, my appetite is good, enjoy refresh?
ing sleep, ano am able to perform my share
of daily labor."
Extract from a Utter-Wonderful effect
of only one bottle: "I have need only a
half bottle of 'Onsen's Delight' for boils
aud eruptions of the skin and itching hu?
mors of t he blood, which annoyed me very
much. I am entirely oured. I think your
medicine a valuablo oue."
A remarkable case of liver complaint andi
beadacho oured by the use of "Heinitsh's
Queen's Delight: A lady of unquestioned
worth and reputation voluntarily gives tes?
timony of the wonderful effects of thia
medicine. She ha? been from early yoaro
a martyr to Headaches, caused by imper?
fect action of Die liver, produoing intense
headache and pain over the eyes, fibe has
taken only four bottles, and assures us of
the perfect cure it has made. Sho now en?
joys good health.
Still another: "During last surine. T h?j?'
beer, tiMuhhsu whit oustinato chills and
fever, ?hieb, when cured, left my system
in a wretched condition, blood Impure, and
I was afflicted with au angry, anil, aa I at
one timo thought, an incurable, cutaneous
emption over my entire body. The roost
violent remedios sugK^sted failed to work
a core, until, at the instance of a friend, I
tried Dr. Heinitsh's Queen's Delight. Less
than two bottles oured mo, leaving my skin
in a healthy condition. My general haaltb.
is aa cooil as ever. For snob purposes, I
have, over since my cure, unhesitatingly
recommended your Queen's Delight."
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genuine Queen's DeBgbt bas the copy-right
mark on the outside, and it is the only
medicine which produise the.o wonderful
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