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MESSRS. EDITORS: By request, tho
Lexington District Bible Society was
re-orgnnized 6u tbo 21st of April,
1867, after tv sermon in the Methodist
Episcopal Church, Lexington, S. C.,
including all denominations, as auxi?
liary to tho American Biblo Society.
Officers-J. A. Hendrix, President;
A. M. Boozer, vice-President; Si?
meon Corloy, Secretary and Trea?
surer. Executive Committee-Jamos
E. Hendrix, C. P. Snelgrave, Simeon
Corloy; and J. A. Hendrix and A. M.
Tho following preamble and reso?
lutions were unanimously adopted by
the Lexington District Bible Society
at its first meeting for re-organization
since the war, held April 21, 1867:
Whereas, the American Biblo So?
ciety, looking to the interests of our
common country, in behalf of our
common brotherhood, in tho spirit
of true Christian sympathy and bene?
volence, has made a generous effort
to supply the indigent of our people
with copies of the Holy Scriptures,
and, to this end, has made a donation
to the Lexington District Bible So?
ciety of 390 volumes, amounting in
value to $193.27, therefore,
Resolved, That tho members of
this auxiliary society do most grate?
fully accept the timely donation so
generously bestowed, and, powerfully
impressed, as they are, with the im?
portance of the object contemplated,
return their sincere thanks for this
contribution, which enables them to
supply a portion of tho destitute
among ns with the Word of God.
Resolved, That we hail the parent
society as an instrument in tho hands
of God to unite us as a people-bro?
thers of a common country and a
? caramon destiny in tho great work of
" ^Mpfogelization and of human redemp?
tion, and pray that tho blessing of
God may rest upon it3 continued ef?
forts for the salvation of our people
and tho world.
' Resolved, That our very worthy,
able and efficient State Agent, Rev.
E. A. Bolles, be requested to forward
? this preamble and resolutions to the
A Bible Committee was also formed
at the African Methodist Episcopal
Church, Lexington C. H.-Kov. Pe?
ter Norphlet, (colored,) Chairman
vho will co-operate with tho Execu?
tive Committeo of the Lexington
District Auxiliary in the distribution'
of the Scriptures among the freed?
men. Yours truly,
E. A. BOLLES,
Agent American Bible Society
for South Carolina.
COLUMDIA, S. C., April 26, 1867.
ANOTUEK FAMINE IN IRELAND.-For
a day or two pa.?t, there has been an
excited market for Indian corn on the
Produce Exchange of New York.
Large quantities havo been bought
for shipment to Ireland. It is stated
in the World, that tho steamers of
Sunday and Monday brought private
advices that tho supply of potatoes
and other vegetables is proving deft- j
cient in Ireland, and that there aro I
no means of feeding the peasantry
uf that country until another harvest,
except with the Indian coin that may
bc obtained from the United Stntos.
THE NEW TEIUUTOKY.-Tho New
Haven Courier says that Capt. Wm.
. W. Clarke, of New Haven, an old,
successful, intelligent whaler, who
has spent years on the coast of Rus?
sian America, declares that tho coun?
try is worth ten times what wo paid
for it. Its fisheries are apparently
inexhaustible, its harbors frequent i
and safe, its climate eomparatively
mild, and its lands rich in valuablo
It is stated that tho prison-grounds
at Salisbury, N. C., are to bo planted
with cotton the present season.
The Berlin correspondent of tho
London Times writes:.
In Berlin nud alL Germany. .Count
Bistnjurck has reached the* highest
step in the ladder Of renown, lu con
sequouco of divulging the above
mentioned treaties, Indeed, tho
merest glanco at the situation in
which he mnuaged to seouro these
important arrangements is enough to
bring out his diplomatic energy and
skill iu strong relief. Notwithstand?
ing I1?8 decided victory iu the field,
Napoleon's threat to cross the Bhiuo
had obliged him to spare Austria
from destruction, nud confino his
unifyir.g tendencies to tho country
North of the Main. At this very
juncture, when success and failuro
were so cruelly blended, the ?lastic
genius of tho Count discovered n
ready means of redress, and, by
whisperiug to Bavaria that but a few
days previous a portion of her terri?
tory had been demanded by France,
but refused by Prussia, easily con?
vince! her on which side her safety
lay. Tho very Prussia, whioh would
not permit Bavaria's being dismem?
bered, uow offered to guarantoo her
integrity, provided she would placu
her armies under Prussian command
in ths event of war. There is uow
not much sagacity needed to perceivo
that to accept the proposal was tho
safest course for Bavaria to adopt;
but there was no common talent dis?
played in discovering tho fact so onrly
in tho day, driving the hostile State
into a corner, nud, with tho clangor
of arms still resounding, making a
useful ally out bf au annoying enemy.
Austria has proved incompeteut to
perpetuate tho state of things in Gei
mnuy which had so long insured,
arid indeed, was aloue able to insure,
a respectable independence to tho
Wittlesbach dynasty. Franco had
coolly asked for the Palatinate.
What, then, remained for tho humble
monarch of Munich but to avail him?
self of the sensible proposal of the
power still in arms against him, and
purchaso seourity at the pride of as?
sisting, if need be, his protector?
That this compact, although not ac?
tually violating tho letter of thc
Prague treaty of peace, is still at va?
riance with its spirit, does not in thc
eyes of his German admirers dimi?
nish tho merit of tho versatile Count
who brought it about. Tho Prague
treaty, aud more particularly the stip?
ulation referring to the establishm'euI
of a separate Confederacy in thc
South, having been forced upon bin:
by a foreign power, which jealously
and it is thought wrongfully inter
fered, people are ratbor inclined tc
praiso Count Bismarck for foiling
tho intentions of France, and os i
could be done without positiv?
breach of faith, creating military
unity iu spite of all opposition
Prussia, it is argued, never engagei
to establish a Southern Union, bu
only promised to recognize its exist
euee were it established by tho State:
immediately concerned. If she die
not contribute to that consummation
but, on tho contrary, rather retard?e
it by concluding treaties with indivi
dual Southern Stites, she is yet read;
to suffer its being accomplished, ant
does not insist upon any constitu
tional connection between the Nortl
The Freedmen In tills State*
Tho Washington Chronicle says:
Major-General Howard, Commis
Bioner of tho Freedman's Bureau, i
in receipt of a report from Breve
Major-General II. E. Scott, Assist
ant Commissioner of tho Bureau ii
South Carolina, giving an account o
tho operations of the Bureau, th
condition of tho freedmen, A:c., dui
ing the month of March, as shown b;
the reports of the sub-eominissioiiei
and agents of tho several districts.
The agent for Edgefield Distrh
says that tho freo peoplo are gene
rally employed aud doing well. N
complaints regarding them havo bee
made. At tho last session of th
Superior Court of the District, Jhdg
Moses delivered n charge to th
grand jury, sotting forth clearly th
right of the freed people to receiv
the sumo treat nient before the cottrl
ns the whites. He did not h?sitai
to declare that, as far ns the admini:
tration of justice was concerned, ll
question of color ought not to 1
considered. His instructions, hov
ever, appeared lo have but litt
weight with tho jury, as in tim
cases in which white men were trie
for the murder of colored men, tl
accused were acquitted.
The agent of Barnwell District r
ports the freedmen doing well. Sou
difficulty is experienced by free
men in inducing magistrates to tal
cognizance of their cases. Mai
white persons in tho District a
very destitute. Tho feeling of tl
peoplo generally toward tho blacl
is becoming moro favorable, owii
in a great measure to tho action
tho Government in making the
I politically the equals of the waites.
But few contracts Lave been made
in the Beaufort District, owing par?
tially to tho fact that 1,9S0 "heads
of families" own and- cultivate their
own forms, comprising 19.0?0 acres.
Contracts have boen made in tho
Columbia. Sub-Districts' at a ruto of
$12 per month, with quarters, ra?
tions, . fuel and land for gardens.
Both parties appear to bo interested
in an effort to raise large crops this
Tho destitution which existed in
the Richland and Lexington Districts
has beon relieved by the . issue of
corn sept by the Southern Relief As?
sociation and tho issue of Govern?
In tho Charleston Sub-District tho
pcoplo are working industriously and
contentedly. But few outrages are
reported:- Groat, destitution is ro?
ported as existing among both white
and colored, and unless aid is afford?
ed, many of tho freed people will bo
obliged to abandon tho work of
planting crops and seek support
elsewhere. There appears to be an
increasing disposition among tho
whites to "accept the situation" and
to accord to the colored pcoplo their
rights and privileges.
Tho reports from tho other sub
districts are similar in character, the
freedmen being reported as work?
ing industriously, and gradually se?
curing the good will and friendship
of tho whites. The schools aro in a
prosper?os, condition, and several
planter? have signified a willingness
to aid in their establishment and con?
THE EFFECT.-The New York ,
Herald indulges in the following com?
ments upon the supposed effect ru
this country of a European war:
The stock operators and gold gam?
blers, and the bulls and bears of Wall
street generally, aro trying to make a
great fuss about a war in Europe.
Excitement, which produces fluctua?
tions in stocks, bonds and gold, they
are always anxiously looking for, and
never fail to create it whenever they
havo tho least chance. This is the
time of their harvest, but it is a timo
in which the outsiders, tho gudgeons
and simpletons, get bit. The prospect
of war in Europe has been seized
upon by them to create a scare and
violent fluctuations of pricos. Now,
it requires only a small amount of'
common sense- to see that such a war
will produce little effect upon tho
value of things here. There may bo
at first some slight disturbance in the
market, caused more, however, by
the stock and gold jobbers than from
any natural or real cause; but this
would only be temporary.
Our business resources and deve?
lopment do not depend upon war or
peace between two or moro Euro?
pean nations. We have got far
beyond that. Tho truth is, that after
the first slight excitement passed
over, wo should profit by a war.
Thero would be a great demand .for
breadstuffs, supplies and munitions
of every sort; and moro employment
for our shipping. The United States
securities would be sought by Eu?
ropeans as the best and safest invest?
ment for their money, and immigra?
tion would be greatly increased; for
all who could flee from the Old
World to escape tho war and its con?
sequences would come to this coun?
try. In whatever point of view,
then, we look at the question of a
European war, there is not the least
causo for alarm hero. We may look
on with the greatest composure, and
even expect to bo benefitted.
A lad named Suttermiller, about
fourteen years old, was killed one day,
hist week, near St, Louis, by a mule
dragging him over the frozen ground
by the halter with which he was lead?
ing it. , Ho had ridden tho animal to
Behool, and, on returning home in the
evening, the weather being cold, ho
got off, to keep himself warm by
walking. Slipping his arm through
tho reins, he led the mule, which be?
came scared and ran away, dragging
him from a half to three-quarters of
THE SICK MAN.-It? is stated in a
Constantinople paper that Franco
and Russia hare made a joint move?
ment to recommend the Porte Go?
vernment to eedo Candia to Greece,
and that the approach towards a
unity of action in such a direction
was regarded as demonstrating that
England is 1 ely to be left out of tho
consultation .or tho arrangement of
the affairs of the sick man.
Three weeks since, a woman, in
Rochester, observed a largo rat run
past her, and as it was disappearing
in a hole, sho caught it by the tail
and pulled it back. The rat bit her
little finger of tho right baud. She
paid but littlo attention to the wound,
and it soon became inflamed-the in?
flammation extending throughout tho
arm, and mortification ensuing.
Who was Joanah's tutor? The
whale who brought him up.
TUE public esteem in which PANK
NIN'S UEPATIC BITTERS are held, is
another proof of their excellence as a
Tonic. They are recommended by physi?
cians generally, and have never disap?
pointed t lioso who have made use of them..
They give sure and speedy relief in nausea,
sick headache, dyspepsia and all similar
complaints. For salo bj* all druggists.
April 14 mb- Dn. C. H. MIOT. Anent. _
MR. W. MILDER says:
PiTTsnrno, September 4,18C0.
Messrs. JTostetter <fc Smith, Pittsburg, Pa.
GENTS: I think I an? only doing thc part
of a good citizen when I testify to tho
great benefits received by mo ffconi tho usc
of your STOMACH BITTERS during tho
last fivo years. Sojourning for a timo in
tho oil regions', in 1801, I had a severe
bilious attack, which, in connection with
dyspepsia, left mo in a very weak condi?
tion. I was advised to try your Bitters,
and, having procured a bottle, found that
'they worked Uko a charm upon me, eight
.pounds having been added to my weight
in tho space of ono week, and now life
seemed to have becu infused into my sys?
tem-so much so, that I havo been in
ducpd to* uso them every summer since
that time. As a tonic, I think they aro
This summer, having had a similar
attack, (and as before, much reduced,)
although under the treatment of an A No!
1 physician, I was again obliged to havo
recourse to tho old Bitters, aud with the
samo good result, having gamed six
poonda within a few days. I purohascd a
half dozen bottles a few weeks since, and
! purpose to use them regularly as a tonic.
1 Wishing you every suepess, I remain
yours, gratefully, WILLIAM MILLER.
April 24 t6
HUMAN EYES made to order and inserted
hy Drs. F. BACCI! and P. OOUGELMANN,
(formerlyemployed by Boissonneau, Paris,)
No. 309 Broadway, New York. Oct 17 ly
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Tho ouly trite and perfect Dye-harmless,
reliable, instantaneous. No disappoint?
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or brown. Remedies the ill effects of bad
dyes. Invigorates tho hair, leaving it soft
and beautiful. The genuine is signed Wil?
liam A. Batchelor. All others aro mero
imitations, and should be avoided. Sold
by all druggists and perfumers. Factory
81 Barclay street, Now Y'ork. to: Bewaro
of a counterfeit. Dec ll ly
New York Advertisements.
New York Hotel,
NEW YORK CITY.
THE subscribers,.successors i<? H. Cran?
ston, Esq., and Cranston A: Hildreih, in thc
proprietorship of this well-known
Wish to assure their friends and the public
generally, that they shall spare no pains
nor expense in their endeavors to maintain
its reputation so well.merited under its
former proprietors, as one of
THE FIRST OF FIRST-CLASS HOTELS.
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Bought and sold on conimiseion bv
LAWRENCE, BROS. & CO.,
NO. IC WALL STREET. NEW YO BK.
MONEY received on deposit from banks,
bankers, merchants and others. Or?
ders in Gold, Government and other Secu?
rities executed nt tho regular Stock Ex?
change by a member of the timi. Consign?
ments of Cotton solicited. April 8
DEWITT C. L?waENOE. JOHN R. CECIL.
CvitUH J. L.VWUBSCE. WM. A. HALS n i
STENHOUSE & MACAULAY,
?7V0R tho salo of COTTON, COTTON
? YARNS, SHEETINGS, Naval Storer,.
Ac, and for tho purchase ot Merchandize
generally, CG Pearl Street, Neto York:
Consignments to us from ?. very point it:
tho South fully protected by insurance as
soon as shipped. Jnlv 14 Iv
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of Reade street, 1'New Yoi!;. Tho ty po
on which tnis paper is printed is from tue
above Fonndrv. Nov 18
Third Supply of Fresh Seed.
DAVID LANDRETH iD SON.
SILVER SKIN ONION SETTS, Radish,
Green-glazo Cabbage, Turnip Seed,
Peas and Beans, Extra Early Corn, Blue
Stem Collard, new Tomato Seed and other
FISHER St HEINli'SH-S
Feb 2G Drug and Seed Store.
The Great American Blood Purifier.
rp HE QUEEN'S DELIGHT, tho great
AL American Alterativo and Blood Puri
fleri is tho moBt perfect vegetahle com
?lound of alturativc8, tonics, diuretics and
liaphoretics; making it tho most effective
invigorating, rejuvenating and blood -
cleausiug cordial known to thc world.
In introducing thie new and extraordi?
nary medicino to tho public, observation
leads us to remark that too little attention
is paid to thc "life of all ticsh," the blood.
Many diseases, and, too, many complaints,
which have their origin In a vitiated state
of tho blood, aro treated only as symptoms
ami results: whereas, if the remedy had
been applied to enrich tho blood and ren?
der it pure, both cause and effect would
have been removed. Tho Queen's Delight
is offered to tho afflicted as a sure remedy
for those diseases arising from an impuro
condition of tho blood. It ha? a direct
and specific action upon that fluid, and
consequently ronders tho blood puro. ' It
is saki, on high authority, that ''man no
Booncr begins to livo than ho begins to
die, and that tho characteristics of tho
living organism are ceaseless change and
ceaseless waste" It is obvious, therefore,
to every reflecting mind, that unless tho
blood is pure, in supplying the wast? tis?
sues with material, it must bo tho causo of
innumerable ill? and constitutional disor?
ders, such as Scrofula, Rheumatism, He
patio Disorders, Consumption, Inflamma?
tions, FoverS. fte. Lifo and health is only
to be maintained by tho circulation of puro
Wo therefore advise every ono whose
blood is in tho least vitiated hy indulgence
or excess, aud whoso constitution is im?
paired by .disease and is suffering from
Rheumatism, Liver Complaint, Consump?
tion, Scrofula or King's Evil, Carbuncles,
Boils, Itching Humor of tho Skin, Erysi?
pelas, Skin Disoascs, Tetter, Roughness ol
tho Skin, Pimples, Blotches, Pains in the
Bones, old Ulcers, Syphilis and Syphilitic
Sores, Indigestion, Inflammation of thc
Bladder end Kidneys, Pains in the Back,
General Debility, and for all complaint?
arising from deficiency and poverty ol
blood, to uso tho Queen's Delight.
Females of delicate constitution, suffer?
ing from weakness and depression ot -mimi
in consequence of those complaints which
nature imposes at tho period of change,
have a pleasant and sure remedy in thc
? Children whoso fair and ruddy complex?
ion gave early promise of health and
beauty, but too soon become blanched ant
palo by some hereditary taint of the blood,
will have the rich boob rostered hy using
tho Queen's Delight.
Tho unacclimated and persons traveling
into warm countries will find the Qneen'i
Delight a great protection from all mulari
oua affection and diseases which originati
in a change of climate, diet and lifer.
Tho extraordinary and unprecedentec
cures perfornied by the Queen's Deligh
Compound is attracting tho attention o
every one, not only at homo, but abroad
Tho "merits of this compound are beiui
felt and appreciated cvervwhere. Ilea
what they say of it in Now York: "It is i
remedy ?f much importance and value
exerting an influence over all thc Beere
tions, which is unsurpassed hy any othe:
known alterative. It is extensively used h
all the various forms of primary am
secondary syphilitic affection*; also, ii
scrofulous, hepatic and cutaneous diseases
in which it- use is followed by the mos
Its properties as a remedy were first in
troduccd.to the notice of the profession h
Dr. TkoB. Young Simons, of South Carolina
as early as 1828, as a valuable alterative re
mcdy.ih syphilitic affections, and others re
quiring use of mercury. Dr. Simons' state
nient? havo been endorsed ami exteude
Uv Dr. A. Lopez, of Mobile, and Dr. II. Ii
Frost, of Charleston. From tho reports i
its favor, there seems no reason to (loni:
the efficacy of this mediciuo in Secondar
Syphilis, Scrofula, Cutaneous Diseasei
Chronic Hepatic Affections and other con
plaints benefited hy alterative medicino*
For sale wholesale and retail hv
FISHER fa HEINITSH,
April ? Gmo I)nn.'i:ists. Columbia. S. C.
HELNITSH'S CELEBRATED ~
GERMAN HORSE POWDER
For all Diseases lo which a Horse is Liable,
THE various diseases to which that m
'.Ac and useful animal, the horte,
subject, and the little knowledge that
known ol' them hy farriers and ignora:
ostlers, have occasioned many remedies I
bo offered to thc public under differei
forme, with h m h encomiums, and san
tioncd by dignified name?. Some of thei
are injurious; other*, at best, of little us
and many entirely worthless, and do m
meet tho want. A good medicine, fri
from objections oft ids kind, has long bet
desired by many gentlemen who have- v
luable horses. We therefore offer the on
good medicine-the true "GERMA
HORSE POWDER." which has proved i
efficacious in all the disoascs. it is ur
pared from the original recipe of Dr. lb
ni ts fi, of Germany. Itu extra rdinaryvi
tues are atte.-ted to by thousands! ami f
fifty year? has stood, and still stands, ru?
in thu estimation of all experienced fan
ors and agriculturists us tile best ni' Jicii
tor the horse, lt is recommended t
horses foundered by eating In excess
drinking cold water when heated, to sn
as have symptoms <jf glanders or are e
nosed to the infection hy being with otb
horses, for indigestion, distemper, hid
bound, drowsiness, loss of appetite, inwa
sprains, debility, wasting of flesh, sn
eyes, swelled legs,-grease, munge, surfe
old coughs, for exhaustion from work,
carries off all foul humors, purifies a
eools the blood, and prevents horses 1
coining et iff and foundered. It is a stini
hu for weak stomachs, and renders t
limbs and skin soft and fine, giving
smooth eoftt to the hair. Ask for "II
nitsh'e German Horse Powder." For si
by FISHER St HEINITSH, Druggists
HAVANA SE GARS.
ASMALL invoice ?if genuine HAYA!
SEGARS, for sah- bv
P.March 20 E. A" G. D. HOPE
HARDWARE AT COST.
^^T~\> THE balance of our j^fs
-If P .HARDWARE-Tjk
^^^S^will ho sold at COST.
enr STATE DILLS TAKEN AT PAR. 1
March 20 E. & G. D. HOPE
20 Per Cent Below Cost,
THE remainder of our stock of DRY
GOOD?, consisting of Urilliantes,
.Taconctts, Mouslins, Beregcs, Cambrics,
Table Doylies, Napkins, so., ?vc.
Also, onr entire atock of BOOTS AND
SHOES, at 10 per cent, below cost. Call
eoon and get a fit.
April 20 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
SODA, Cream, Sugar, Tea and Butter
Ginger Cakes and Snaps, and Novelty
Cakos. FISHER Ss LOWRANCE.
ONE HAND CAN DO THE WORK OF
Those who uso them do not call them
Mado in Richmond, Va. Price EIGHTY
CORN PLANTERS $20.
_ April 7 FISHER A LOWRANCE^_
T WHOLESALE or RETAn,. Bv
w April 2 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Tin'd and Jap'd HOLLOWWARE
Carpenters' and Blackrm's TOOLS
AXES, S. W. Oollins' and otlier
PAINTS, OILS and GLASS.
In store and for sale LOW by
FISHER & LOWRANCE.
THE TRIUMPH OF ARTI
MORE TESTIMONY IN FAVOR OF
Heinitsh's. Qneen's Delight.
EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS: "Thc
Queen's Delight is beginning, to
awaken the attention of our physicians.
Its remarkable curativo power is seen in
its wonderful effect upon disease. As a
blood purifier, there is no medicine like it
known tn tho profession. A gentleman
told nie that his son has been taking tho
Queen's Delight, and is more benefited by
it than by any other medicine. He wants
a dozen bottles."
Extract from a letter: "It is duo to yon
to state iu this public manner, in order
that tile people may know the truth, that
I have tried your Queen's Delight, and
found it not only what you said it was-"a
?iurc medicine"-but the best medicine I
lave ever taken for eruptions and general
bad health. I had 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,
thc eruption has disappeared, m> appetite
is butter, my liver anil digestion is im?
proved. I nm satisfied one or two more
bottles will cure me."
Extract from a letter: "At the close of
tho war, my constitution was shattered. I
could not eat, sleep or perform any duty
whatever, such was my prostrate condi?
tion. Medicine and medical nid I had in
abundance, MU.-ii was my condition up to a
few months since, when I began thc uso of
your Queen's Delight. I have used two
bottle?, my constitution is greatly im?
proved, my Hjipctitc is good, enjoy refresh?
ing sleep, ano am aide to perform lay share
of daily labor.''
Extract frein a letter-Wonderful effect
of only one bottle: "I have used only ?\
half bottle of 'Queen's Delight' for boils
and eruptions of the skin and itching hu?
mors of the blood, which annoyed nie very
much. I am entirely cured. ? think your
medicine a valuable one."
A remarkable ease ol liver complaint and
headache cured hy the U8e of "1 leimt sh';
Queen's Delight:'' A lady ot' unquestioned
worth und reputation voluntarily giv< s tes?
timony ? f the wonderful effects of this
medicine. She hus been from early years
a martyr to headaches, caused hy imper?
fect action of thc liver, producing intense
headache and pain over the eyes. She has
taken only four bottles, and assures us of
the perfect cure it has made. She now en?
joys good health.
Still another: "Dining last -pi ing, I hair
been troubled with obstinate chilla and
lever-, which, when cured, left my system
in a wretched condition, blood impure, afd
I was afllicted with an angry, and, as I at
one time thought, an incurable, cutaneous
eruption over my ontiro body. 1 ho most
violent remedies suggested tailed to work
a cure, until, at tho instance or a friend, I
tried Dr. Heinitsh's Queen's Delight. Lesa
than two bottles cured nie, leaving my skin
in a healthy condition. My general health
is as good ns ever. For such purnoses, I
havo, over since my cure, unhesitatingly
recommended your Queen's Delight."
Don't buy any but tho right kind. All
genuino Queen's Delight lias tho copy-right
mark on tho outside, and it ia lue only
medicine which produces theRO wondorful
cures. For salo wholesale and retail at
FISHER A HEINITSH'S
April Drug Store.