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COLUMBIA. S. a. THURSDAY MORNING*, OCTOBER 3, 1867.
VOLUME III-NO. 168.
?OBLI8HED DAILY AMD TBI-WEEKLY. ,
KV*BY W KUWSSI)AY SSOaiCTHO.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY,
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ralea when advertisements are inserted by
the month or year.
Spart anburg-Hiram Mitchell.
J. R. Allen, Chester.
Julius Poppe, Andorson C. H.
S. P. Kinard.Nowborry C. H.
W. T. Sims, Union.
J. M. Allen, Greenville.
Thc Message-A Pew Opinions.
We Lave already expressed our
opinion on the message. Yesterday's
Northern mail furnishes a host of
comments on the document, from
whioh. we extract a few. The New
York Commercial says:
"The message of President John?
son is an eminently able State paper.
In taste and temper it is faultless.
In the assertion of conviction, it is
fearless. In statesmanship, it is com?
prehensive, clear, and in most things
sound. The erroneous assumptions
and aotions of Congress, in reference
to reconstruction, are'shown np in
an unanswerable argument. And,
though unavailingly, if not unprofit?
ably, the President demonstrates the
unconstitutionality of the present
Military Reconstruction Law. For
this truth the people are not yet
prepared; but the truth will outlive
passion) and ere long the people will
wonder how it was possible that the
fundamental law was abandoned, and
the whole frame-work of Government
subverted, in a political conflict be?
tween Conar?ag ?nd. the Executive!.
Possibly the present, and certainly
the next Congress, will be subjected
to the mortifying necessity of repeal?
ing laws injudiciously passed, and re?
turning 'to plague the inventors.'
"When the ambitions of unprinci?
pled mer, and the passions engender?
ed by them, have collapsed and
subsided, almost every sentiment and
sentence in this message will com?
mand general and warm approval."
The Philadelphia Inquirer says:
It is a State paper of more than
ordinary interest, and will amply
repay a careful persuaL Mr. Johnson
adheres firmly to his polioy of re?
construction, and oalls upon Con
gess to repeal tho Southern Military
ietriot Bill. He also reviews at
length the financial condition of the
- country, and gives some new and
, important information concerning
our relations with the nations of Eu?
The Baltimore Gazelle says:
The President's views upon the
reconstruction of the Union and the
necessity for a prompt rehabilitation
of the Constitution, are frankly and
clearly put, and his reasoning upon
the subject is unanswerable. His
, intimation to Congress in regard to
the course he would feel bound to
pursue if any attempt is made to re?
move Mm from office prior to his
trial om a bill of impeachment, is
straightforward and manly, and will
meet with general approbation. There
ii no need for ns to analyze or criti?
cise in detail, a document whioh
every citizen has, perhaps, carefully
studied for himself. We content our?
selves with simply recording what
we believe will be the opinion of the
country, that no abler, more conclu?
sive, or more timely message has for
many years been addressed to Con?
gress or the American people.
THE NEW GERMAN LUTHERAN
CHURCH.-We are pleased to be able
to chronicle a beginning of the great
work, which has been promised for
some time. The foundation is now
being laid for the new German Lu?
theran Church, (St. Matthew's,) on
King street, West side, South of
Vanderhorst. The building ia de?
signed for tho use of tue congrega?
tion now worshipping in the church
on the North-west corner of Hasel
and Anson streets, of which Rev. L.
Muller is the pastor.
I Charleston News.
The Laurensville Herald states that
the splendid brick dwelling of the late
Dr. John Sullivan, between that place
and Greenville C. H., was entirely
consumed by fire, with the contents,
except a few beds, some days since.
Disposition of Troops.
Gen. Cunby baa issued a general
order regarding the disposition ol
troops, Sec., from win eli we extract
tbe arrangements made for thia State:
POST OP LAVRENSVILLK.-Compa?
nies G and I, 8th Infantry; Lieut.
Col. and Brevet Col. J. B. Edie, com?
manding. The command to embrace
the Districts of Picken s, Greenville,
Anderson, LaurenB and Spartanburg.
POST OF AIKEN.-Companies H and
I, 5th Cavalry; Capt. and Brevet Maj.
Li. Walker, 5th Cavalry, commanding.
The command to embrace the Dis?
tricts of Abbeville, Edge ii chi, Barn?
well and the main land of Beaufort
POST OF COLUMBIA.-Light Battery
E, 3d Artillery, Headquarters and
Companies B and H, 5th Artillery,
and Companies C, H and E, 8th In?
fantry; Col. and Brevet Brig. Gen.
H. S. Burton, commanding. The
command to embrace the Districts of
York, Chester, Fairfield, Bichland,
Lexington, Lancaster, Ornngeburg,
Kershaw, Sumter, Union, Newberry
POST OP CHARLESTON.-Post Band,
Companies A, B, G, H, I 'and K, 6th
Infantry, and Companies D and F,
40th Infantry; Lieut. Col. and Bre?
vet Brig. Gen. H. B. Clitz, com?
manding. The command to embrace
tho Districts of Chesterfield, Dar?
lington, Marlboro, Marion, Korry,
Williamsburg, Georgetown, Charles?
ton, Colleton, Berkely and the sea
islands of Beaufort District.
We subjoin the following paragraph
from the same order:
jfcFost Commanders will keep them?
selves constantly and fully informed
of the condition of the country with?
in the limits of their commands, and
to this end will put themselves in
communication with the Sheriffs,
Chiefs of Police, and other peace
officers of tbe Conntiea or Districts,
and will require from them such re?
ports as may be necessary. In the
execution of the duty committed to
the military authority by the laws of
the United States, commanding
officers will act as far as possible by
and through tbe civil authorities, and
will give them moral support and
physical aid whenever it may be ne?
cessary to secure the proper and full
execution of the duties imposed upon
them by law; but this will not be
construed as authorizing arrests to be
made or guards to be furnished by
the military authorities when tho
means under the control of tho civil
authorities are' adequate. Wheuever
any civil officer, magistrate or court
neglects or refuses to perform any
official oct properly required of such
officer or tribunal, whereby due and
rightful security to person or pro?
perty is denied, the case will be re?
ported by the Post Commander to
these headquarters, with all the facta
and evidence required for proper
comprehension and action. When
the civil authorities refuse or fail to
arrest persons oharged witb crime, or
when offences aro committed in vio?
lation of the police regulations es?
tablished by military authority for
the preservation of order or the pro?
tection of persons or ' property, com ?
mandiug officers will cause the
accused parties to be arrested, and,
upon examination, held for trial or
discharged, if the accusation should
not be well fonnded. When citizens
committed for trial oannot be imme?
diately brought to trial, they will be
admitted to bail if the crime or
offence with which they are charged
is bailable under the laws of the
State in whioh it was committed.
INDIANS FIGHT INO AMONO THEM?
SELVES.-A letter from Fort Harker,
Kansas, under date of November 17,
states that the Indians, now that
they have made peace with tho Go?
vernment, appear to be fighting
among themselves. A few days pre?
viously, forty Kaw s and twenty-five
Cheyennes fought nearly all dav
within sight of Fort Zarah, a small
?ost about forty miles from Fort
[arker. Some six or seven were
killed on each side, although the
writer adds that as the Indians carry
off their dead, it is difficult to get at
the exact number.
Orders to Sell!
BOXES Low Grades TOBACCO.
16 boxes Extra Fine Tobacco.
CO poxes Low Priced Segara.
XS" " Smoking Tobacco.
. 6 bales Cotton Yarns.
Oct 30_ALFRED TOLLEBON.
Helnltah'a ttuern'a Delight, for Tot?
ter, Pimplos, Blotches, and Eruptions on
the face._ ._
Hew Macice rel.
KITS No. 1 Choice MACKEREL, for
sale by E. A G. D. HOPE.
THE public esteem in which FANK
NIN'8 HEPATIC BITTERS are held, ia
another proof of their excellence aa a
Tonio. They are recommended by physi?
cians generally, and have never disap?
pointed thoae who have made nae of them.
They give snre and speedy relief in nausea,
sick headanh?. d*!neN"?5 S?d sil similar
complaints. Fors?le'by all druggists.
April 14 ml y DB. C. H. MIOT, Agent.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT will onre the Itch.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT wul cure Salt Rheum.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT oures Old Soros.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT cores all Diseases of
Price 50 cents-by mail 60 cents. AU
Druggists sell it. WEEKS & POTTER,
Boston. Mass.. Proprietors. Sept 18 fly
FAITH WKL.L. FOUNDED-In old
times, at tho commencement of cvory sea?
son, it was the faahion to tako a strong
cathartic as a safeguard against a change
of temperature. It was a worse than
senseless practice. The people of our day
understand tho matter better. Instead of
depleting tho system they ro-inforco it.
In tho method they adopt they exhibit a
wiso discrimination. Instead of resorting
to thc vitiated stimulants of commorco, or
any of tho compounds derived from them,
they put their faith in tho only absolutely
puro invigorant procurable in tho market
UOSTETTE R'8 STOMACH BITTERS.
Their faith is well founded: Never has
any tonio medicine beon prepared with
such scrupulous precision and conscien?
tious care. It is a vegetable compound of
which every ingredient is sound, whole?
some and medicinal, in tho truo sense of
tho word. Now, we have throe prominent
national complaints. One-half of the
adult population of tho United Statea Buf?
fer more or lesa, either from diseases of
tho stomach, derangements of the liver,
or affections of the Kidneys. In no othor
land under Heaven are these maladiea so
general as in this country, and Hostetter's
Bitters ib a specific for them all, unless
organio in their origin, and, therefore, be?
yond cure. And lot those who are fortu?
nate enongh to be exempt from them at
presont understand one great fact, viz:
that an occasional use of this vitalizing
tonio will as certainly prevent them aa the
sun will prevent the earth from freezing
where ita gonial beams descend.
(Mn. Winslow's Soothing Syrup |
FOB CHILDREN TEETHING-Greatly facili
tatea the process of teething, by softening
tho gums, reduoing all inflammation-will
allay ALI. PAIN and spasmodic action, and
is BCHE TO BEG DLA TX THE BOWELH. Depend
upon it, mothers, it will give rest to .your?
selves and BELIEF AND HEALTH TO YOUB IN?
FANTS. We have put np and Bold thia arti'
clo for years, and can say in confidence and
truth of it, what we have never been able
to Bay of any other medicine-NEVEU HA?
rr FAILED IN A SINOLE INSTANCE TO EFFECT
A CUBE, when timely used. Never did w<
know an instance of dissatisfaction by an]
ono who naod it. On the contrary, all an
delighted with ita operation, and apeak ii
terme of commendation of its magioal of
fects and medical virtues. We speak ii
this matter "WHAT WE DO KNOW, aftei
years of experienoe, and pledge our repu
tation for the fulfillment of what we hen
declare. In almost every instance when
the infant ia Buffering from pain and ex
haustion, relief will be found m fifteen o
twenty minutes after the syrup is adminis
tered. FnU directions for using will accom
pany each bottle. Be sure and call for
"Mas. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYBUP,"
Having.the fao-eimile of "Gunns A FEB
KINS" on the outside wrapper. All other
aro base imitations. Sola by Druggist
throughout the world. Price, only 85 cte
fer bottle. Offices-315 Fulton street, No^
ork; 205 High Holborn, London, England
441 St. Pani street, Montreal, Canada.
H ATC HE LOK.'8 HAIR DYK-Thi
splendid Hair Dye is the best in the work
The only true and perfect Dye-harmlesi
reliable, instantaneous. No disappoint
mont. No ridiculous tints. Natural blac
or brown. Romerllea the Ul effects of ba
dyes. Invigorates the hair, leaving it so
and beautiful. The gonuino is signed Wi
liam A. Batchelor. AU others are mei
imitations, and should be avoided. Sol
by aU druggists and perfumers. Factor
81 Barclay street, New York, tar Bewai
of a counterfeit._ Dee ll ly
A COUGH, A COLD, OK A BOR
THROAT, requires immediate attentioi
and should be checked. If allowed to coi
tinue, Irritation of the Lungs, a Perm
neut Throat Disease, or Consumption,
often tho rosult.
BROWN'S BRONCHI Ali TROCIIEI
Having a direct influence to the part?, gi
immediate reUef. For BBONCHITTS, ABT;
MA, CATABBU, CONSUMPTIVE AND Tinto
DISEASES, Troches are used with alwa
Singers and Publio Speakers use them
olear and strengthen tho voice.
Obtain only "Brown's Bronohial Ti
ches," and do not take any of tbs wort
less imitations that may be offered. Sc
everywhere._Oct 27 t*mc
NEW MARRI AGB GUIDES.-An ?
say for Young Men, on Physiological I
rors, Abuses and Diseases, incident
Youth and Early Manhood, which crei
impediments to MARRIAGE, with at
means of relief. Sent in sealed letter <
velopes, free of charge. Address, Dr.
?KILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Assoc
tion. Philadelphia, Pa. Sept 26 9m<
Bartlett** Revertible Sewing Ma?
chine?.-The most perfect and simple ma?
chine made, for stitching, hemmiag, tuck?
ing, braiding, Ac. ONLY $35.
A new supply of the UNIVERSAL
CLOTHES-WASHER AND W RINSER.
Price $5. JOEL K ETC HUM, JR. A CO.,
July 30 t Agents.
To Farmers and Planters.
WE OFFER for aale the following Fer?
tilizers of the Lodi Manufacturing
Company, viz: _
Double Roflned POUDRETTE, prepared
from night soil of New York city, at New
York prices, $25 por ton of 2,000 pounds,
i freight added. Also.
N1TRO-PHOSPHATE of LIME, equal in
every respeot to Peruvian Guano, made
from floured bone dust and night soil, su?
perior and far cheaper than any Phosphate
in market, at $65 per ton, in Charleston.
A fair trial, however small, is respectfully
solicited. J. H. EN8LOW A CO.,
Charleston, S. C.
Read tho following testimonials:
At Home, near Marietta, Ga., Oct. 16.
A. J. Roberts A Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Gentlemen: I am well pleased with the
result of the uso of the "Double Relined
Poudret to" on my crops. I tried it on both
corn and cotton, and am satisfied wherever
it was applied tho yield was more than
double what it would have been without it.
I regret exceedingly my not using it moro
extensively tho present year, but will try
to make up my loss by purchasing a larger
quantity next spring. I regard it as thc
cheapest, most reliable, and easiest man?
aged fertilizer within my knowledge, and
cheerfully recommend it fas I have tried it
thoroughly) to the farmers of this section,
and particularly to those planting cotton,
from the fact of ita causing 'it to mature
from ten days to two weeks earlier than il
would without the uso of the Pondrette. 1
aleo used it on my garden, and found it ol
much benefit to all kinds of plants. Vcrj
respectfully, ?c. G. S. OGLESBY.
Extract from a lotter received from Prof
Martin, of Hampden. Sidney College
Ve., dated July 1, 1867:
The Double Refined Poudrette is operat
lng like a charm on my crop, and attract
ing universal attention from all beholders
I am already satisfied that it is the cheap
est and surest renovator of our worn-ou
High Shoals, Ga., October 4, 1867.
James R. Dey, Esq.
.s'iiv The Doable Refined Poudrette
bought for two other parties in connectioi
with myself-one of them used it on co t toi
and corn, and thinks it answered finely
the other pot it on cotton, on very poo
ground, and thinks it doubled his crop,
used it on corn. It answered finely, an
viva thought by the hand that cultivate
th j crop to be fully equal to Rhode's Supe
Phosphate. I also used it on about a
acre of cotton and I am clearly of opinio
that it is the nest and cheapest fertilize
in use, and I expect to order several ton
this winter. Yours, very respectfully,
Ellaville, Schley Co., Ga , Oct. 4,1867.
The Donble Refined Poudrette, pm
chased of you last spring, I think, ii
creased my crop of cotton 150 pounds pc
acre; put it upon worn-out pine land, t
the raie of 200 pounds per aero, drilled i
with cotton seed. Yours, ko.,
Salisbury, JV. C., August 10, 18C7.
James R. DeyLEsq.
Dear 8ir: i can safely say that yoi
Double Refined Poudrette is far superii
to any other fertilizer for cotton; for I ha'
given it a fair trial this season. Yours,
JEHU FOSTER, Jo.
Savannah, Ga., September 25, 18C7.
James R. Dey, Esq., President.
Dear Sir: I used the Double Refim
Poudrette, bought of you last spring, <
corn. I think it increased the yield on
half. I consider it an excellent manur
Respectfully, T. HOLCOMBE.
Ridgeway, S. C., September 21, 1867.
Mr. James R. Dey.
Sir: I applied the Double Refined Po
drotte by itself, and in combination wi
other fertilizers, on cotton, and am pleas
with it; so mach so that it is my prese
intention to purchase a larger supply
you the next year to apply to my cott
crop. Yours very respectfully,
HENRY C. DAVI8
Rooky Mount, Edgecomb Co., N. C. Nov
James R. Dey, Esq.
sir: In reply to your inquiry of the :
salts of oar experience in tho ase of yt
improved Pondrette-purchased of you
this year's o?tton crop-we would beg let
to say that (be present season has bi
one quite unfavorable to the action of
Several kinds of manures were usod
us, with the exception of your Poudre I
with little or no effect to the crop.
Where the Pondrette was used, it gi
us near half a bale more per acre, i
caused the cotton to open much carl
and we would, therefore, recommend
Bama as a concentrated manure for
growth: of cotton, as well as imnrovsm
to the soil. Yours, very respectfully,
HENRY P. 8TULT8 A BRC
* Address for further particulars,
LODI MANUFACTURING CO.,
Nov 14 3mo 66 Cortland Street, N. 3
Carbuncled and boils come from
pare blood. Nature throws out these
purities of the blood, which should
regarded as a warning. Purify your bb
by using Heinitsh's Queen's Delight.
ALL PERSONS having claims aga
the estate of Dr. D. P. GREGG,
ceased, will present tho samo, prop
attested, and all persons indebted, el
by note or open account, will please n
speedy payment to
MRS. M. D. GREGG.
NOT 20 Imo_Qualified Execntrl
Jost Received and For Sale,
e? BALES GUNNY BAGGING, two pot
I to the yard.
10 coila GUEENLEAF ROPE,
10 coils MANILLA ROPE, low for c
by E. A G. D. HOP
VALUABLE BOOKS FOB SALE.
THE advertiser offers, at privat? sale,
and at a great sacrifice, a collection of
VALUABLE AND STANDARD WORKS,
all in good condition. Among the collec?
tion are Clarke's Commentaries, 6 vols.;
Wesley's Works. 7 VOIB. ; Fletcher's Works,
4 vols. These three sets of standard Me?
thodist works are in uniform binding,
library style, gilt backs and edges, and as
good zz new. Addison's Complete Works,
4 vols., handsomely bound; Macauleys j
History of England, 4 vola. ; Napoleon at
St. Helena, by Sir Hudson Lowe, 2 vola.;
Jean Paul, 2 vols.: Cummings' Lectures on
the Miracles ana Minor Works, 2 vols.;
Las Casas' Memoirs of Napoleon, 4 vols.,
?ko., Ac. The lot contains 172 volumes,
principally standard works, ail in good
condition: and to the purchaser, about 200
additional volumes miscellaneous works
will be thrown in gratis. To those desir?
ing to form a private library, this presents
tho most favorable opportunity ever of?
fered. Inquiro at this office._Deo 4
THREE ENGLISH STATESMEN-Pym,
Cromwell and Pitt.
Tho Empress Jos?phine; by Muhlbach.
In Bonds, a novel; by Laura Preston.
Harem Lifo in Egypt and Constantino
?le; by Emmeline Lott, Governess to
Inez; by M?SB EvanB, anthorof St. Elmo.
Stones of Venice; by Ru/ikin.
Leo and bis Generals; by Pollard. Il?
lustrated. And a number of new English
Ghoap Novels, for salo at McCarter'a Book?
store. R. L. BRYAN.
AN HISTORICAL SKETCH OF THE
DAY8 OF NAPOLEON, by Muhlbach;
cloth $2; Paper $1.60.
Three English Statesmen-Pym, Crom- I
well, Pitt. $1.50.
Stone Edge-a brilliant story, 25 cents.
Circe, or Three Acts in the Life of an
Artist. Rv White; 50 cents.
Mace'a Fairy Book-Home Fairy Tales.
By Jean Mace, author of Monthinl of |
Bread, Ac, illustrated; $1.75.
Agnes Strickland's Queens of England,
Hobie's Christian Era; $1.25.
Diaries for 1868, in good variety, at
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN'S
YORKVLLLE, S. C.
THI8 establishment is
undergoing a thorough re?
novating. The rooms can
Inot bo surpassed in the
State. We have procured the nor vices of
WHITE SERVANTS; tho Dining Room
will be furnished with the beet this market
In connection with this houso, is a BAR?
BER SHOP, BILLIARD SALOON and
BAR ROOM, and in fact aU that a traveler
Tho STABLES aro superintended by a
competent person, just from England.
Horses will be well fed and groomed.
$GT An OMNIBUS will be at tho Depot
every evening for tho purpose of convey?
ing passengers to this Hotel.
Nov 80 jj_WM. E. ROSE A CO. I
JAMES S. CHAMBERS,
FACTOR AND GENERAL COMMIS'N AGENT,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
WILL RUY or 8FT * COTTON, Flour
or other prod,. ... .factories or
Merchandize consignee him for sale or
ordered to be purobat Business en?
trusted to him will rece..o prompt atten?
tion and despatch. Cotton will bo received
on storage at the customary reduced rates.
When shipments are desired to bo made to
Charleston, to either of tho Northern
Sorts, or to Europe, by planters or others,
boral advances will be made by applica?
tion to tho above.
P. S.-Orders aro now on hand for the
purchase of COTTON, and those wishing
to Sell will do well tO call on the under?
signed, at the grocery store of Mr. JAMES
8. CAMPBELL, whero ho may be found
for th-) present.
Nov 20 ws8 JAMES S. CHAMBERS.
MESSRS. WEABN A
[H1X, having removed
their GALLERY to their
new and beautiful rooma
over Messrs. Thomas E.
Gregg A Co.'a atore, re?
spectfully invite the public to call and ex?
amine their work. Nov 28
CABBAGE AND ONIONS.
PLANT youl- ONION8 if you want them
for early spring use.
Sow Early and Large York CABBAGE
SEED, and have an early moas of Kraut.
Fresh and reliable seeds at
FISHER A HEINITSH'S,
The duuker Liniment; the best lini?
ment for family nae; can be uaod internally
and outwardly. It ia a great pain destroy?
er. It kills pain and all kinds of aches*
Sold by Fisher A Hebvitsh._
IRON TIES .
THE best kind. BEARD'S Self-Adjust?
ing IRON TIE, low for cash.
Nov 10 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Oet Bid of the Rate and Mice, and
Save Your Provisions.
HARVEY'S great RAT PASTE. Instant
death to these marauders and de?
stroyers. For sale by
FISHER & HEINITSH,
Painted Cotton Ties.
TRY DILLON'S UNIVERSAL TTE.
It is the most simple,
Tho most economical, and
Tho best TIE in use.
For sale by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Ofk BUNDLES Cotton LEON BANDS, of
the incomparable Arrow Tie, for
BTIO by E. A G. D. HOPE.
FISHER & LOWRANCE,
COLUMBIA, & a
APPLES, APPLES, APPLES.
AFRESH SUPPLY received by FISHER
* LOWRANCE, ?t$l .60 per bushel.
AFULL SUPPLY of English HARD?
WARE, just received, and low, for
cash, by FISHER A LOWRANCE.
FOR SALE LOWJby T
Oct 12 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
?8B?D ?8 t?S?At I
Fall and Winter
NOW IN STORE.
SUITS FROM %1M TO $60.
_ FULL LINE OF
Now Stylo PAPER and LINEN COLLARS.
A splendid line of FRENCH and ENG?
LISH CASSIMERE. which will be made to
order in tho LATEST STYLES and at LOW
Everything that is new in the way of
H J\- T S ?
N. B.-Our CLOTHING ia nearlv all of
OUR OWN MANUFACTURE.
Sept 20_MAIN STREET.
NEW THEORY OF HEALTH
I The Life of all Flesh is Blood.
The Health of all Lifo is Purity of
Without Parity of Blood no Flesh
free from Disease.
Antidote to Disease.
THE GREAT AMERICAN ALTERA?
TIVE and BLOOD PURIFIER, is the
most perfaot vegetable compound of alte?
ratives and tonics, making it thu most
effective, invigorating, rejuvenating and
blood-cloanaing cordial known to the world
for the cure of all thoso diseases which
may be traced to a vitiated condition of
the blood. The theory ls that blood is the
life of all flesh, and if impuro, the life of
all diacase. Lire and health is only to be
maintained by the circulation of pure ar?
terial blocd. It is obvious, therefore, to
every reflecting mind, that unless the
blood is pure, in supplying the waeto tis?
sues with material, it must bo the canso of
innumerable ills and constitutional dis?
orders, such as Scrofula, Rheumatism,
Hepatic Disorders, Inflammations, Fevers,
Liver Complaint, Consumption, King's
Evil, Carbuncles, Boils, Itching Humor of
the Skin, Erysipelas, Skin Diseases, Tetter,
Roughness of the Skin, Pimplos, Blotches,
Pains in tho Bones, old Ulcers, Syphilis
and Syphilitic Sores, Indigestion, Inflam?
mation of tho Bladdor and Kidneys, Pains
in the Back, Goneral Debility, and for all
complaints arising from deficiency and
poverty of blood.
Prepared only by E. H. HEINITSH,
Pharmacist. For salo by
FISHER & HEINITSH,
Nov 22 Druggists, Columbia, 8. C.