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COLUMBIA, S. C.
Thursday Morning, February ll. 1869.
A paper which does not like the existing
state of things at Washington, remarks that
"brutal vulgarity and vulpine trickery stand
arm in arm upon tho apex of the pyramid
of disgrace and ruin which replaces the
noble structure of the Federal Congress as
it existed in its former glories." Tho New
York Times thinks they muBt have rather a
narrow footing to stand upon; it is to be
hoped they may soon tumble off. On
the apex of such a pyramid they must be
less ornamental than tho prodigious female
who capB the climax of the "noble struc?
ture" of the existing Capitol.
CARPET -BAGGERS SHREWD AT SOMETHING.
Don Piatt says that the carpet-baggers in
Congress have shown more ability in their
fight to get pay for the early part of tho
session, before they or their States hud any
political existence, than would bo necessary
to make a respectable member. Tho rules
of the HOUHO prohibited a member from
voting his own pay, or in any case whore ho
is directly interested. Now tho carpet
knights had twenty-six votes. To introduce
a resolution granting the pay to all, shut
out tho whole vote. But, by introducing a
resolution for one State, all tho others were
enabled to vote. The lot from one State
voted in, they were thon free to vote for tho
others; and so State after State was taken
up. Every candidato for Speaker, Clerk,
Door-keopor or other office was duly notified
of the consequences of a ncg^tivo response.
And so my friend of tho paper collar and
spare dickey triumphed-tho pay was sc?
oured-tho immense sum of 85,000, for
supposed work never done, was secured.
A ROMANCE OF. TUE CUBAN REHELLTON*.
An American citizen who was in tho Theatre
of Villanueva, on tho evening of tho 22d
ult., and witnessed the riot and massacre in
the streets of Havana that evening, says
that tho origin of tho outburst was the
shooting of a young womnn. He says: "A
very beautiful girl, the daughter of Aldamn,
one of the wealthiest and most n^blo of all
Cubans, wore upon her left breast the Ame?
rican flag, with the inscription, 'Loup: live
the Republic of Cuba,' upou it. When
that stirring song was tyeing sung, tho whole
audience rose and cheered this younR wo?
man, and as she rose to acknowledge tho
salute-all eyes wero now bent upon her-a
low, mean, cowardly Spaniard shot her with
a revolver, killing her instantly. Two Ame?
rican gentlemen occupied tho box adjoining
Senorita Aldamn, whoso names I do not
know, but ono of whom, seeing tho pistol
pointed at the young lady's breast, drew his
revolver, and a secr-nd after tho Spaniard
had fired, blow tho top ofT the head of tho
cowardly assassiu. Instantly, tho whole
theatre was tho scene of tho greatest con?
fusion, and the Spanish troops rushed in
and began firing upon the masses of the
huddled, unarmed, innocent men and wo?
THE COMINO CELEBIUTIOK OE THE ODI
FELLOWS.-According to the resolution
adopted ut the last annual communientiot
of the Grand Lodge of the United States
the fiftieth anniversary of the establishmon
of Odd Fellowship in America is to be cele
bruted in Philadelphia on the 26th of Apri
next. Already the members of tho ordei
in Philadelphia are making preparations fo:
the grund demonstration, und the proc?s
sion ie expected to be one of tho largest o
the kind ever attempted in this country
Some twenty different committees have beet
appointed, and everything connected witl
the affair is tn be on a grand scale. It i?
understood that Geueral James L. Ridgely
of Baltimore, is to be tho orator of thu day
It is estimated that 70,000 men will be ii
tho line. Every Grand Lodge in all tin
States will bo represented. There will bi
music in tho hue from every section of tin
country, and new regalia, banners and flag
aro boiug made as fast as tho manufacturer
through-Hit tho country can turn them out
I Baltimore Sun.
CHEATED DIEFEBENUES.-Mr. Sumner wa
wry earnest the other day against the out
rage of discrimination on account of color
nnd said we might as well rule men fron
the polls for tho color of tho eyes. Her
is tho trouble with these uieu. They can
not see that with color of tho skin ar
associated other more insuperable diftei
enees of which that is only tho sign. Mi
Sumner asked indignantly "whether an
inherent quality planted in the human fort
by (tod can be made by any vote, of man
qualification for citizenship under our Clo;
f-titutiou." Certainly it can. Comparatif
inti lligence is ns much dependent upon ii
bereut quality of brain as comparative cob
is dependent upon inherent quality of skit
yet this is mado a qualification even i
Massachusetts.-Neto York Herald.
AGAINST SLEEPERS IN CHURCH.-A Dauie
journal contains the following royal deere
issued in 181(5: "Having learned that tl
ntimber who sleep in the church during se
vier is very considerable, wo havo d?cret
that every parish of the diocese shall a]
point certain persons to look after sui
oiTuuders. For this purpose, they shall 1
provided with along rod, having n loathi
thong attached to it, with which they ai
lo lush on tho he.id all those who ure four
niel ping." Wc know several churches
which the "loi g rod" would play importai
part if us: d .is above directed.
I'IFTV-SECOND DAYS* VROCEED1NGS.
TUESDAY, February 9.-The Benate as?
sembled at 12 M., and was called to order
by the President.
The House sent to the Senate a bill to in?
corporate the Rocky River Baptist Church,
in the County of Anderson; which received
its first reading.
The petition of R. S. Mellot, of Sumter
County, praying the removal of his politi?
cal disabilities, was referred.
Sundry accounts of the Charleston Daily
News and Charleston Courier, were referred.
The petition of M. E. Qnnero and W. M.
Wilson, executors of the last will and testa?
ment of Samuel Wilson, deceased, praying
that new certificates of State stock be issued
to them in lieu of those destroyed during
tho war, was presented.
Sundry reports of committees wero sub?
mitted, and ordered for consideration to?
Tho Committpe on Engrossed Bills re?
portad as duly and correctly engrossed, a
bill to alter and amend au Ant entitled "An
Act to organizo the Circuit Courts;" which
received its third reading, and was ordered
to be sent to the House.
The Committee on Incorporations sub?
mitted a report, accompanied by a bill, to
incorporate tho Independent Telegraph
Company, with a recommendation that tho
bill do pass; which was ordered for consi?
Bills to further define tho duties of tho
Treusurcr of tho State, and to regulate and
to defiuo the law of divorce, were iutro
The bill to authorize tho consolidation of
tho Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad
Company and the Columbia and Augusta
Railroad Company, was considered.
The bill to confirm aud declaro valid tho
recent election of Mayor and Aldermen of
the city of Charleston, was considered, and
the memorials aud majority and minority
reports read; when tho Senator from Barn?
well submitted a substitute, which wusread:
That all military orders, and parts of
orders, goneral or special, under and by
which tho actiug Mayor and Aldermen of
tho city of Charleston wero appointed to
their respectivo offices aro hereby repealed,
and such appointments, made under and by
virtue of said orders, are hereby declared of
no further forco from and after tho 20th
day of January, Anno Domini ISO!); and
that the present nctiug Mayor and Alder?
men who aro holding over, whether by
virtue of appointment under such military
orders or by virtue of any previous appoint?
ment or election, aro hereby required forth?
with to surrender their said offices, with all
books, records, papers and other property
appertaining and belonging thereto, unto
Gilbert Pillsbury, Mayor, and the Aldermen
elect, who, nt the recent city election held
on the 10th of November, ultimo, have been
declared to have received thohightcst num?
ber of votes. And that all Acts or parts of
Acts of the General Assembly inconsistent
with the provisions of this Act, arc hereby
The Senate adjourned at 3.20 P. M.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
The House met at 12 M.
The Committee on Incorporations report?
ed on bills to incorp?rale tho Enprath
Burial Ground and Charitable Society and
tho Young Men's Charitable Society, of
Charleston, by a bill to incorpor?t?; certain
societies in tho city of Charleston. Also,
favorably on a bill to amend the charter of
tho Sulphuric Acid and Super-phosphate
The Committee on Engrossed Acts re?
ported as duly aud correctly engrossed for
a third reading a Senate bill to renew the
charter of tho ferry across tho Great Pee
Dec River, known us Old Ports Ferry; read
the third time, and ordered to be enrolled.
Tho Medical Committee reported favorably
on the following accounts, and recommend?
ed their payment: M. Greenland, M. D.,of
Charleston; A. A. Mooro, M. 1)., of Ker?
shaw; J. M. McCarley, M. D., of Laurens,
for post mortem examinations. Also, unfa?
vorably on the accounts of E. T. McSwain,
M. D., of Laurens; Wm. Harrison, M. D.
of Greenville, tor postmortem examinations.
Also, rccommouded concurrence in the re?
port of the Senate on accounts of ll. H.
Jordan, M P., of Chester. Thc recom?
mendations were adopted.
The petition of A. J. Stringer, of Ander?
son County, for the removal of bis political
disabilities, was referred.
The following preamble was referred to
thc Judiciary Committee: It is reported
that sonic of tho Circ iit Judges aro enter?
taining suits and rendering judgmeuts in
violation ol' Section ill, of Article D, of thc
Constitution of this State, and of tho ordi?
nance of tho Convention; that the Judiciary
Committee bo instructed to ascertain what
Judges, if any, have boen guilty, and re?
commend what course shall be adopted bj
this body to prevent such violation.
A bill to provide for tho collection ol
wharfage at Hilton Head, was read and re?
Thc following concurrent resolution wa.'
adopted, aud ordered to bo sent to thc Sc
nate: That a joint committee of thrco or
the part ol' tho IIouso ard-on tho pari
of Senate bo appointed to inquire what
changes, if any, aro necessary in the Stat<
aud County seats, and what, if any, legisla
tion is necessary to effect such change.
I A resolution was adopted, that tho Com
mitten on Public Printing bo instructed t(
inquire thc causes of the delay in tho publi
cation o? the Acts of tho special session o
this Goneral Assembly, ordered to bo print
cd nt the commencement of tho regula
The petitions of James E. Loo, of Edge
! field, and James A. Doyle, of Oconee, pray
ing removal of political disabilities, wei
A lull to revive and continue the charte
of tho Orangeburg Presbyterian Ohurcl
Society, was read and referred.
A bill io authorize the Iotendent and
Wardens of the town of Sumter to collect
certain taxes, was read and referred.
A resolution was adopted, that in 1840, a
treaty was made between the State of South
Carolina and the Catawba Indians; the
State agreed to pay a certain annuity to the
said Catawba Indians; therefore, that a com?
mittee of six be appointed to report to this
House all matters in referrenoo to said
treaty, and the condition of the Catawba
A bill to ratify, confirm and amend the
charter of the Charleston, South Carolina,
Mining and Manufacturing Company was
read the third time, and ordered to lo re?
turned to the Soi: 4 O with amendments.
Report of the Auditing Committee on thc
accounts of Benjamin Byan, with sub
vouchers, was taken up, and ufter considera?
ble discussion, the following preamble and
resolution was adopted:
Whereas, by a resolution of this If ouse
Benjamin Byas, Sergeant-at-Arms, was
authorized uud empowered to fit up this
hall and rooms connected therewith; and
whereas, said Sergeant-at-Arms has complied
with said requirement and presented his
bill for payment thereof, amounting to
85,540.G3; and whereas, it is manifestly ap?
parent that, considering tho quality and
quantity of materials furnished, said ac?
count is extravagantly high, and much
above tho worth of said fittiug up; there?
fore, be it
Resolved, That the Speaker of this House
is authorized and hereby requested to ap?
point a special committee, to consist of
seven members, whoso duty it shull be to
examine Baid work and investigate said,
account, with power and authority to send
For persons, hooks and papers, and report
tho result of their investigation to this
A bill to establish a Board of Commis?
sioners of Public Lauds, was referred to a
special committee of ono from each Con?
A biil to authorize n loan for the relief <>f
the Treasury MUS amended nud read n
Tho enacting clauses of bills to establish
i new County out ot portions ol Greenville
ind Laurens Counties, to be called Fairview;
For thc better protection of cotton crops of
planters; and to enlarge the power of tho
Mayor and Aldermen of the city of Colum?
bia, were stricken o it.
A bill to compel mill owuers to keep in
repair their mill dams or bridges thereon,
ivas postponed until thc next regular Bes
don. Agreed to.
A bill to extend tho power of Magistrates
to imprisonment in certain cases, was re?
committed to tho Committee on tho Judi?
A bill to amend au Act entitled "An Act
Lo regulate the manner of keeping and dis?
bursing funds by certain?offiaers," was read
the second time.
The Senate sent to tho House a bill to
iib?;. and amend au Act entitled "An Act to
srgnui/.o tho Circuit Cunts;" which was
read and referred. Also, returned, with
concurrence, n resolution requesting thc
Ctovcruor to appoint proxies to represent
bbc State and Bank of tho Statt; at the an?
nual meeting of the stockholders of thc
South Carolina Railroad Company, Febru?
Mr. Littlejohn obtained leave of absence.
At 3.35 1*. M., tho House adjourned.
A NEW THEORY OP COLOR.-Wo copy as
Folio ivs from the Washington eorrespon
lence of tho Baltimore lunette:
A new theory on the subject of color has
been started by the Master of Ceremonies,
* bright mulatto, iu the Congressional Rei
tauraut, beneath the House of Representa
tives. He was seated to-day at one of bb
own tables, with his two mulatto boy.'
beside him taking lunch. The elder sot
isked for butter on his bread. Father
"Butter; what you want wid butter when
dara meat before you?" Son-"I want;
lome butter on ui}* cake, daddy." Father
"Hush your mouth, boy; it's eating s<
mich butter which makes your skin dark."
toling Pompey was .satisfied.
A lady who lias received a foreign educa
.ion wont into a photograph gallery lately
to have her picture taken, and wusastounde;
l)y tho request of the artist that she shouh
nt on her foot. She indignantly assurei
bim that sho should do no such thing
"Why," he said, "it was tho common Imbi
jf American women, and it gave au eas;
ittitudo to tho picture." To assure her tba
Rich was the fact, he pointed out twelvo o
Uveuty photographs of ladies who wer
taken with ono foot doubled under then:
inivhig assumed the position unconsciously
Not only woman's rights, but the practic
af advocates of woman's rights, are gettin;
to bo very papill?r oui West. As for in
jtauco tho following: Kev. Miss August
Chop, having received a call from a Mi
.vanko Universalist Society, at a salary r
$2,000 a year, has as promptly resigned th
pastorate of a Universalist Society at Mom
Pleasant, Iowa, where she has been settle
for some time, and ns quickly accepted th
sall as any masculino minister could do
ind wo don't blnmo her.
^ DISCHARGED.-John B. Livingston, con
tnittedtoj. il in this city, January 19, b
lustico Olin as a fugitive from justice froi
South Carolina, at instance of Green li
Williams, of Richland County, was di:
charged on Monday. The term (tweut
:'.uys) for which ho was committed had e:
pi red, und no requisition bad been fo
warded by the Governor of South Carolin!
Tho women will soon have sometliin
besides the needle to depend upon for ge
ting a living. They uro now bein^ ni
Odorously educated for printers nud tel
graph operators. It was Brigham Your
who first suggested tho appropriateness i
tho occupation of telegraphy to tho ioma
FiBB ON LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN.-The hotel
building, dancing and dining balls, and the
private residence belonging to the White
sides' estate, and occupied bj J. H. Roger?
son Sc Co., vfas burned on Sunday morning.
Loss on buildings, $23,000; on furniture,
about $5,000-the latter belonging to Ro?
gerson & Go. No insurance.
Menurd bas been the unfortunate victim
of his own ambition. Ho would arguo his
own caso before the Congressional Com?
mittee, and is said to havo convinced them
that ho was elected, but was unfit to bc.
The irieuriB and acquaintances of Rev. EDWARD
ARTIIUH and family, are invited to attend his fu?
neral services,TO-MORROW (Friday) MORNING,
at 10 o'clock, at the A. M. E. Church.
MISS ANNIE WITTVOGEL, (formerly with
Mrs. McCormick.) has opened a DRESS
MAKING ESTABLISHMENT, up stairs, in Ander?
son's building. Patronage solicited. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Feb 112*
Acacia Lodge No. 94, A.. F.". M.*.
A AN EXTRA COMMUNICATION of Acacia
<a#VLod?c No- W, A- F. M., Will bo held, at
/V\Masonic Hal!, THIS (Thursday) EVENING,
at 7 o'clock. Tho First Degree will bc conferred.
By order of the W. M.
Fehlt 1 J. LEE DIXON, Secretary.
Land for Sale.
IOFFER for anio, a tract of LAND, in Spartan
burg County, about twelve miles from the
Court House. The tract contains about 2.000
acri s, nearly all in original forest. A most desi?
rable property. Address B. F. Arthur, Esq., at
Union Court House, S. 0.
Feb il pi THOMAS GIST.
The State of South Carolina---Greenville
;.v CHA Net:in:
Wytniti, Byrd* Co. va. Grady & Hawthorn. -Hill
lo Foreclose Mortgage, ?tc.
BY virtue of tho decretal order of his Honor,
.Tttdgo James L. Orr, made ia tho above case,
I w?l sell, to the highest bidder, ~t Greenville
Court House, on SALKSDAY in MARCHI next, tho
premises described in the pleadings, viz:
All that piece, par.-el and tract of LAND, situ?
ated in tho County of Greenville,seven miles from
the Court House, andsixfrom tho Greenville Rail?
road Depot, lying on both sides of Reedy River,
containing -ID!) acres, more or less, ni u high state
of cultivation. Upon tho place is located the well
known Cotton and Wool Factory of tho defen?
dant?. The Cotton Factory is in full operation,
with somo 1,300 spindles and 24 looms; tho Wool
Factory, with 120 mule spindles, is also in good
ol der ?md successful operation. On tho premises
are a go id Flouring, Grist and Saw Mills, with
Blacksmith S op; two comfortable Dwelling
i louses, and several small Framed Houses, for
(he operatives, with a nico Brick Church. The
v at er power, at ali seasons, is suflicicnt to drive
.hreo times tho amount of machinery now in one
tation. Tho country is remarkably healthy, with
;i climate unsurpassed in tho United States: with
a holier, industrious and energetic population.
Wooded lands adjacent, well limbered, can be pur
ehaeed at reasonable prices. This is the nest
opp irtunity for an investment for capitalists that
has been odored in tho 11j> country sii.ee the war.
TERMS cash. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps. W. A. MeDANIIL, C. C. ('.
Fl li ll tbs
FIRS INSURANCE !
GEORGE HUGGINS, Agent.
ST A TE MK NT OF THE CONDITION
OE THE .ETNA INSURANCE CO.,
ON THE 1ST DA Y OF
JANUARY, A. D. 1869.
As required hy the Laws of thu Slate of S. G.
THE nanto of tho Corporation is /ETNA IN?
SURANCE COMPANY, located at HABTFORD,
CONNECTICUT. The Capital is $3,000,000. and is
INCORPORATED 1SIO. Chillier Perpetual.
LOSSES PAID IN 50 Y EA BS, - - - $24,000,000.00.
January 1, 1809-ASSETS, (at market value:)
Cash in hand and in Bank, . $.r)i)2,.r>29.57
Real Estate,. 253,319.14
Mortgage Bonds,. 894,700.00
Bank Stock,. 1,307,330.00
United States, State, and City Stock,
and other Public Securities,. 2,102,953.00
The greatest amount insured in any one risk is
The greatest amount allowed by the rules of thc
Company to bo insured in any ono city, town, vil?
lage or block, varies, and depends upon tho con?
struction, materials and tho means of arresting
STATE OF CONNECTICUT, \ ^
COUNTY OF HABTFOBO. \
Lucius J. Hondeo, President, and J. Gooduow,
Secretary, of tho ".Etna Insuranco Company,"
being severally sworn, deposo and say, ana each
for himself says, that the foregoing is a full, trno
and correct statement of tho affairs of said Com?
pany; that neither tho abovo described invest?
ment*, nor any uart thereof, aro made for tho
hem lit of any individual exercising authority in
tho management of said Company, either as Pre?
sident, Secretary, Treasurer, Director or other?
wise, rind that they aro tho above described oflicors
of tho said /Etna Insuranco Company.
LUCIUS J. HENDEE, President.
J. GOOUNOW, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn beforo mo, this Otb dav
of February, A. 1). lSfi'J.
NATHANIEL SHIPMAN, Justice of tho Peace.
GEORGE HUGGINS, AGENT,
Office at Kinard't, Main street, Columbia, S. C.
Feb ll 2
Suist's Garden Seeds.
THE name is sufficient to guarantee them. Al
whole-ale and retail. E. POLLARD.
Jan 12 j2mo*
rTlHORBURN'S SEEDS full assortment. These
JL Boods havo been for nearly a century before
tho public, and requiro commondatu 1 from no
one. For sale hv ORO. HYMMERS.
Billiard Tables for Sale.
TWO line BILLIARD TABLES,
i complete order, Maible and
?Slate Bedding, with Halls, Cues
and Counters inelnded. Sharp A
Griffith's make. Will bc sold low. Cai) at
Dec 13 O. DIRECT'
CUPID'S DAY.-This year, the feast of St.
Valentine falls on the Sabbath-Sunday
next being the all important day. Nobody
knows exactly who St. Valentine was-or
whether ho was a hieraroh or a heathen
and nobody particularly cares. Tho custom
of the day, however, is profitable to a cer?
tain class of "artists" and to tho postal de?
partment, and creates considerable palpita?
tion among the youthful of both sexes, to
say nothing of the throbs of indignation
that agitate the bosoms of crusty old bache?
lors and sour old miads who aro made tar?
gets for the shafts of satire mixed up with
softer missils in Cupid's quiver. The cross?
fire of billets doux between tho genders per?
ceptibly slackens overy year, however, and
tho probability is that iu the fullness of time
it will cease altogether.
FAST AND CHEAT PRINTING.-We have
added a fast card press-of tho Degeuer &
Weiler patent-to the machinery of the
Phoenix office; and have also made additions
to our stock of fancy type, cards, papor, etc.
Persons in want of any styles of book and
job printing, are invited to call and examine
samples and priccH. Cards printed at short
notice, and at prices varying from $3.50 to
$()! Per thousand.
BURGLARY AND ARSON.-The residence of
the Misses Elmore, comer of Camden and
Bull streets, was entered by robbers, on
Tuesday night, nud a variety of articles
carried o0'. Tho robbers also sot firo to the
building, but it was extinguished before
any serious damngo was done. Taking all
tho circumstances into consideration, it was
one of thc most daring outrages which wo
have been called upon to i'ocord in years.
COURT OE COMMON PLEAS AND GENERAL
SESSIONS-Febrnary 10.-lu tho case of
Hasting Reese and Isaac Ledingham, for
burglary and larceny, tho jury returned a
verdict of guilty of grand larceny.
The case of Louisa, Wilson, indicted for
the murder of Mrs. Beechner, was taken up,
and tho trial continued to the hour of ad?
.MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.-The post office is
open during the week from S}.? a.m. to Gp.
m. On Suudays, from 4 to 5 p. m. The
Charleston and Western mails are open for
delivery at ? p. m., and close at Ski p. m.
Charleston night mail open S,'-?' a. m., close
4J? p. m. Northern open for delivery 2
p. m., close ll ' j a. in. Greenville open for
delivery 5 p. m., close 8,'o p. m.
Reader, are you aware that Mr. Bateman,
ot the Columbia Ice House, receives regu?
larly every day, largo and luscious oysters
from the celebrated banks of Virginia? Such
is the case, and he disposes of them, too, at
very low rates. He occasionally sends us a
mess, nud, per consequence, wo speak
The Act relativo to the Grcenvillo and
Columbia Railroad Compauy, passed by
tho Legislature at its present session, has
been vetoed by Gov. Scott, on tho ground
of unconstitutionality and inexpedience.
The message was read in the Seuato, yes?
terday, and was made tho special order for
Friday next, at 1 L*. M.
CASH.-Our terms aro strictly cash-no
exceptions. If an advertisement is to bo
inserted, hand ovor the money; if a paper is
subscribed for, tho money must accompany
the order-otherwiso no attention will be
paid co them. This rule will bo adhered to.
We are officially informed that Governor
Scott has relieved W. B. Johnston, Esq.,
from any further responsibilities ns Magia
The sale of assorted groceries, postponed
on Tuesday last as advertised by Mr. Jacob
Levin, will take placo this morning, at 10
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. -Special attention
is called to tho following advertisements,
published for tho first time this morning:
D. C. Poixotto St Son-Assignee's Sale.
Miss Annie Wittvogel- Dress Making.
Geo. Huggins, Agent-Fire Insurance.
W. A. McDaniel-Salo in Chancery.
Meetiug Acacia Lodge No. 94.
Thomas Gist-Land for Sale.
HEADACHE, DYSPEPSIA, COSTIVENESS.->
Should you bo afflicted with either of tho
ubovo complaints, use "Heiuitsh's (?uoen's
Delight," and you will get speedy relief.
This valuable remedy (to which we call spo
ciel attention in another column) is regard?
ed by overy ono tho very best remedy for
those diseases arising from a disordered
state of the stomach, nerves and bowels.
Indeed, it is asserted, upon high authority,
that "H. initsh's Qneon|s Delight" is tho
most extraordinary medicine known to me?
dical men. Tho cures border on tho mira?
culous; and it must be a subject c f rejoicing
that so excellent a medicino is discovered in
our midst. Try a bottle of it. For salo
by FISHER & HEINITHU, Druggists.