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Married in Fun.
Fr tioe litme past there has been
h : nee ill this city a sart of so.
- a elih, eioposed of' 3oung la
dies aol geit 1l',~e, and furiued for
L utin i~~ti.ni of their histrionic
I " e, aid t , priepare theimsolves for
1a life of I , usefuln"ss upon the
drainiitio stege. as well as for social
oiQ0)% 11641n1t. The r'OUm1s in which they
i.ssacre Slakespeare and tear DuIas
to pieces are situated on Stato
Au Cut, in thu heart of tho business
nti.n thereof and the usual voundii
dont to high tragedy emiinating
.nrai have no douit often at
. , ii lie ttention of the passer-by.
li tliso rooms, the sotiee of so many
nMock representations, beheld some
thiing, a few evenings since, far differ
ent frot ant)hing befioo enacted
u;i:iin their witls-no less than a
ceaiiifdy inl real lii'e.
):i that. cer-itain evening the mom
Is oIf' t Ie vcl ub had assembled as usual,
but. ill conliation of it being the
holieh iy sea- i, a mnotion to ilipense
with the dr matic exeises, and be
take tieniselves to v,ri n inmethods of
t-oeial eijo Ili 0, iet with mnuch favor,
u111 was unaiiiionly adopte.d. For a
une ti, miiniutes flow rapidly by, in
the ariiou ":aeisi usually indulged
ill z sociIal pa:rti-e.s ''lheoe, howover,
ion became1 ionoonous1. and at num1
Ier of :11imin : l inasenlite head.,
i:iglt he beelic e n itn clSe proxit i
ty <I-visirng soiie new mode of enter
t-iinment. Their ready wits wore for
i time unablo to dizeover anything
whieb wonitd serve to aiuso, until,
Jt LFt, a yo0unIgl Ildy, her bright eye
liiiiiiinii g over %ikh imerriient and
Iliin vclief', prop Med a urock mnarriage,
'juitt for iun, you know." This propo
,iA %in . as eagely' seconded by anoth
I'r bewi etbinga damsel, and as it seened
imp'sSAble that either of then had U)
ialterior olJ!ect in view, the divortise
meit was iigrcod to by all.
Prparations were immediately
nade for having the iiteresting core
iony perfurmned with all due solom
nity. A young law student volun
i e.' t 6 to act in- the capacity of officia
ti'g cleig mno, whilo two other will.
kiown young men gladly' agreed to
ii r'ee pt the diity of going through the
formtulia with IIhe young htdios afore
i-aid. All thing-s being in readiness.
i' . w. young c'oulple were joined
ir, tiiCtly i eordaince with
Oh-: text of tle sortice, and were
s-!'einnly pronounced nian and wife
a id the delightful laughter of those
wio it ted as -pectators at the success
ol the plan. Mainy o ere tile jokes
tho newly -wedded were made the
vict ins of, aud which were he rtily
Cijoiyed by the young husbands theni
kc I vt. All this was well enough so
faiir, and coltiiued so until the tiune
arrit ed for se; a ating.
The biuh.1iils had donned their
coats til hiais, preparatory to theii
departuie, and hid already bade the
rest goed night. But at this juncture
a chat iego elrame overi the spirit of their
fuin. The N oting wives were not going
to allow their new-made lords to
leavoe them in such a cruel, unhus
bndlike nianiner, aid its sted on
tli ir iights as wives being given them,
eliriu.ing that the mariago was just
as legal and lawful as though conient
ed by a ical msinister, inusmuticl a"
eachi toft them ma ~do a ptIulic ackntowl.
edgemen lt to takeo eaceh other '-fo,
bet teir or w ror' be fore w itnes es.
Th'le yoiiig gentlomen were complete
ly niontphissed by this unexpected
terutoim.-ion of thia evening's enjoy.
mont ; ut of course flatly refused to
et.iideir thennelves bouind by the
fireioal service performed. In this
i'eres: ing ctate the affi r now dtads,
-ii will nio doubt, if the young la'
pa' pr~sit in thrti r doteramiination,
g v inn im f oiur liiawyers work to do.
-A //mnry Br 'ien ig Jourrni 1.
)lusic at a Dtith-Bed--A Lnast Reqnest
for it Farorlte fla!nd.
The Lexingtoin (Ky.) lDaily Press,
relates the followiing sweet, yet sad
On Sniday, as the venerable Chief
.11it IiHhertson, st rikn byi'ith thc
hand of death, lay~ almost insenisibile
to the world wyijhi Ih soeened fast
leaving foirever,', while the gigantic
bira in whlich I, for sti rmany years, had
h thbbd girndly to thte inspiratIons
of' his genius, baey fluttered with the
cioinsitess oif lifeo, lie ex pressed a(de.
sire t o hira r MI iss Cairy sing the bal.
lhd of '"Old Folks at Iom e,"'as if the
st rains of his favorito melody would
halvo power to call back lisa soul
from thle piortails of thIo grave which
hie was so fast nearinig. The wi:,h
It is at once communicatedl to Miss
Cary', who willingly conucoated to do
an.31thing in her p"ower to rouse the
ebbiiig current of life in one who, is a
statesmnan tor jurist, has known but
few rivals during the course of a long
awnl eventful life. On reaching the
residence of Jfudge Itobertson MIss
I'ar iy was at once ushored into the
chamber wthero so much of Intellect
audl loearniing was f'ast flickering out
moto the duirhutess of the unknown
hereafte'r, arnd wit htout nocomrpfnimnent
of' any kind riied her rieb contraltoi
toie~ .in I lie touching 'words, " Way
dohiwn upon the Swanee River," but
iiet>re she ha:d sung three line's, broke
don in the intehsity of her emotion.
('alm ing herself she again essayyedthe
hallad, anid whlileI the v'enorablo arid
st ricken tmin lily drinking her glori
on1: m1Olody, poured out her whole soul
in the simp'"e utteranees which gave
so mnuch p leasturte, to one whose .giant
ir tlleet hiad ini days agono fascinated
thie~ uno,.t talenitcd 'of - 'the land.
\\'hen she brad ehsed, Juidge Rdbert
.eon con Id 8.earnely eips-ess lisa'g'r~tfl11
cation by hignls,yot sjgnified a. desire
tha t iKliss (Carv shoulhd sing for hbim%
" hlome, 8eotm." T wice did the
pitted v,'tlst attempt to c~omply with
the peqtuest, but hot emotion ey too
grtoaind, Lb kod with feeling, sh
was compelled to leave the room. The
whole incideut was one of the most
touching and affecting episodes that
okor maiked the death-bed of depart.
TAXES I TAXES I TAXES I
r piE Book for the collection of Taxes,
. will be opened -n the first day of
The pPr centage for State purposes Is
Nine Mills on the Dollar, and for County
purposrs, Two Mills on the Dollar.
Twenty per cent. will be added - to all i
Taxes remaining ut'pnid on the 15th day at
of %Inrch next. pt
Office at tho store of 13. F. Davidson & th
Co. JOHN W. CLARKE, b
jan 26-1m County Treasurer. Oc
Cotton for Guanop ,
$1,000 PREMIUM !
W E propm e arlling a lmited quantity
of our Guanos for Middling Coton, r
at 16 cts., delivered at planter's depot, by
let November next. to
We also offer the magnificent premium
of 1,000 for the best yield from our (
For particulars apply to our nenrest
Ag.nt, or address us for circular.
WILCOX. G11*118 & CO., B
Importers nnd Dealers in Guanos.
Chnrleston, S. C., Savannah anil Augusta, O
C. _ feb 14 in
I1IAVEjust. received a fine lot of Bacon
Sides and Shoulders, an extra lot of S. E
0. Sugar Cured liamrns, 80 sneks of N. C. p
Family Flour, Oranges, Apples, Nutis of all d
kinds, and Candles. Those wishingbargntins g
in the grocery line, will do well to call on .
me before purchasing elsew here.
feb 2 I . J. McCARLEY.
A ESSRS. I. L. ELLIOTT & t1O., will
11.1. act as our agents for the purchase of
Dry Hides. And until further not ice, Green
flides usut be delivered at the Tannery.
We are now prepared. it our Steam Mill,
to grin:, corn In large and small qnantities,
witI dispatch. Give us your orders.
feb 2-1m 0. R. THOMPSON.
a STABLE. 3
A. F. GOODING,
I KEEP constantly on hand fine 8addlo,
and lirness Horses. Also broke and
unbioke Mules, as good as ever brought to
Carriaces. Buggies, Wagons. and Saddle
Horses always on hand, to hire on the most
Iheral arnms. dec 22
BACoT & CO.
60 Bales N. C. TIay,
10 " Northern Hay.
600 Bushels Tennessee Corn.
600 Bushels N. C. Corn.
10 ilhds Bacon, Shoulders,
25 ' Rib Sides,
20 -' Clear Rib Sides,
6 " Bulk R ib Sides,
5 " Bulk Clear Rib Sides,
2 Tieroes S. C. H ams, (choice.)
25 Blble, Baltimore Flour. 1
50 Sacks N. C. Flour, .
25 Sacks Louisville Flour, 'I
60 Dblj. irish Potatoes, for planting.
10 E'acks Coffee and 25 Dibls. Sugars of
all qualities. Beside. o her articles loo Si
nutmerous to mention. All of which will be ci
sold low for cash. BACOT & CO. ,
E. W. Ollever & Co's.
90- Where Meals can be had at all .
oct 11 O
1'LOUR, Bugatrs, Coffees, Tea, Sardines, e
Candles, Cannrd f'omate. Jellies, sIl*
Canned Oysters. Cakes and Crackers, Pep. *
per. Ginger, Alspico, Cloves and Nestmega&,
Pickles. Starch, Soap, Soda, Concentrated
Le, Pat'ash,flnokinug, Blacking Brushesi,
MusardFrechMustard.EKsceno u,assort- I
ed, 8tnoking and Chewing Tobaoco,anud Yan
A large lot of Fnrniture.e onsafin g of'
Lounges, 8ofaS, Book Vases, Wrialng Desks,
all Walnut, 100 as orted, Single an d Double
Bedsteads, 100 White Oak Split, Botiom
ihunlng Chairs, Parlot Chairs, Wardrobes, j
Cottage Sets, and evetything usually Mg
kcept in the Fueratyreitne, se pricos to unit as
11ie purehass, for onuh, Looking Glasses st
pnt in old fragtes ,or mnad6 to order. Our ..
tdirms are cash and we wilisell for the ech.
Call u'nd see our large atook i ust arrived.
Jan 286 Tq tE & t'O. q
i~leRE arneed andOnlon Sets at
1. th Dru Stor.of
SOLUBLE MANURESs AND SULPHURIC ACID,
Manufactured at the
O4 am.1esmtO3.e M, 0.,
SULPIURIC ACID AND SUPER-PIIOSPHATE COMPANYe
lIE now well known ETIWAN GUANO Is tnanufactured from the Native Done Phos
phates of South Carolina. These Phosphates in their natural stato aro Insoluble,
d required to be ground to powder, and mande Soluble toy Sulphutric Acid. This Coin
ny have now it operation the Iasgost Sulphuric Acid Chambers at Ile South, and nre.
ereforo. able to tinanufneture at the lowest rateo, the highest grade of Fertilizer; it
ring clear that t he greater the proportion of Soluble Phosphate which any Fertilizer
itains. the less the quantity requirel per Aore. In order to make the Fertilizer cam
ete, Ammonia nnid Potah in sutflitlent quantihis are added. With these viewat ie Com
ny manufacture and offer for sale
arranled to contain fi om 16 to 20 per cent. of Dissolved Done l'ioephsatoe of limo And
on: 2 to 21 per cent. of Ammonia, with a sufficient addition of Pe uvian Gunno mid
at .sh. to adapt it to crorsa. Price $03 per Ien cnh: on time, $'0 per ton, and in
rest 7 per cent. per anItomn.
_DTSSO ..VE~D B"^IK.~ED
f Iligh Grado, stuntable for o nationettiters wr for Phltt-trs, being in iiteif an excellen
ertilizer. and Fpecintly sndnapIed for conuT a- As intrge q amities of Bulplttur.o Acin
Stised Io dimitle the i'hujo.hate, iis will be fetid a cheap and convenient w sy s
annsport that ntetrrinl. ilThe gradie furnilhed will be from 18 to 20 per cent Dis olved
one P1hoseplhate. 'ice $40 per ttinn, cal : on time. f45, with iust-rest tit 7 per ecen.
r Annum. Still hipher tgrndt will be Itt nishcd to oidtr at an additional price pat
Oh0D1\3 A.ZID P-IOPE-IAM.TE
pecially prepaied for (mnmi osming wit, t'otton Seed and other Il'antatiott Ma1tnutren.
rice $35 per ton, ensk ; on iin-e. S40, with intrreslt nt 7 per cent. per annum.
t much lower rates, consiit ing situply of the native Done Phosphates ground to powder
rice $20 per ton, entla; t.n time $22, nl interest at 4 per cent. per annuan.
Wl. C. B~ED~ED o CO.,
Agents, No. 14 Adgeri's Wharf, 4 harleston, S. C.
N. 1.--'he percentage Dissolved Done Phosphate of Lime as-l Ammonia in anl t,
it wans, is ascertained at tho Works. by their C(he'nist, lbefore dolivery. Shostld a,,n
urchager he dissatisfied, he tmny return avei Age samples of any purchase, within (30
Lys after delivery, and wili be analyzed Anow, and any deficiency in the percentag
unr inteed will be made good to him by the Company. jan 26-3im
EIGHTEEN YEAR8 OF PRACTICAL SUCCESS.
N 'HODUCEDM in 1852. Pa ented Decend-er 20. 1959. Oldest Super Phosthie mnnit
factured in this Country. XAlPES' K17'ROUkENIZRJD SUPER -PJOSriA T7E 0
ones, Phosphatic Guano. Concentrated Anmonincal Matter and Stlphurle Aoid. N
alt. Salt Cake, Plawter, Nitro Oake, nor any Adulterant of any kind used.
Price $50 cash, it qjatities of 60 Tons. For less quantity, $tl0 cash. Send to
feb 9-Im KETCilN & ROBERTFON, Agents.
-ob --1 m W innsboro, S. C.
WHANN'S RAW BONE SUPERPHOSPATE,
TAWe Great Fertilizer o all CroE
terilizer otl All Crop4. prove~s it ito
the B'1-tI 31111 Clteapelit MiNtoijjv now otl'ere4
in thse inak,'t
It lists beet. used by niany or' the met
ritctit P'laitemso in the Smth, nd
R&W]BOIE In Evo cry Sliigle Instanclte it hna
Given; EniIre satimlaction,
SUPR P On Cotton Its effects have been paric
STANDARD GUARANTEED hly mArked. It in no inre thing to
Wlsatt's Isolphsite to increase thie 3 lid
211 M a rr-n One htunsdred to Two 11Jintd, ed Pe
1.etor even mnore.
MANUFACTURED BY Mr Geo. C. Dixon, At eminent pl.nter
WALTON,W ANN&amron. aysin a letter to t P1r:
LTO~xW ANN& er & Dnnorflintill ass ex ei-n
witl' tieven lea-Ilng Sitperlltsphate in
WILMINGTON,DEL. Gsinos, tse Whann's provel itself the beg
0, of all tisope tried, pay3i'ng it Net Prlofit (eve
FOR SALE BY at the present lw price or cotton)
$20 90 psin acre of ootton. A copy of Nil
oDixon's letter, giving details, will be fus
orON FACTOIRS stiei on applicai-:n.
I SION MEI RoC ,SALK BY
T GE CLAGHORN IERiING a CO.
IE arleton S. C. and Auntise Cr/.
Jeain e n llC1p,2ro-3m t
E2'Z.K~t W2n O he':niarke1.
It has b0e), usedby many ofthe mo
El ~g~yf1rJs~~ stmq3;vahemuINen P0 nr in A h outh n.eId
in J 0 ~~1V( ~1Q?EryIE Sigl Ifnc hIt h~av
51u35(d, On Cottoniipsneffects haveg beenfparticO
*~(l~w~ qllnqOlu .a~jf 41rW hnnn'ess Phosphrat tom Dncrease ohe wie
hE~lo WOJ ~'il.11 "D'QI""')Mr Geio. C. Lixon, an eminen a. te lcco
I tMBltUO lU5a~ N~.q uievl mende by. ey ina ltter ty Pat
I u~~uo,;s~ .w~p uoood pwsapov Gu any teo Whann's poe. ur'est ctizenbs
P~PJ?tOtIaut~ t~ _he pest lwprc ofcoone
J~eqo OJqAIputt'seeo ottussq$'5 t0lpet cesoiton. Alcoy of tla
Dixon ~11 ~o~iO 55tt5lo~oi a leutter, wioingv sde ltailwls be fu
v ? paiit~s ~t01)1( .mo 'u~nrsu* nlnje sed [o apli t oI~'sl fo
FoRtt0 )sAhO"ttul t t.tftMOAtODY~ u
CLoupoL twotousontpt~oi ~ trAlIOR, friserN &vmc CO
Ito otke lus ts. ner conteilispu01
atjosu qo otu . o oo o no o qOpU Pt n IaoeesiueAn w i
tuns 'JpuO tagOo& UO h u sH 'JaA O ygq e h Rhp IPS t n e In i a csne of on
*<A0og S);uissesv pwee .waygZ .rysypg is n ich Athecptient of t
aua o usLsV to d 9.'tI Jiu a tqende bt lhe Meden yoar cuedoy a
*pous4 g pq ospV aa The os 'andse o' curoesao ot s
a~t aeio o~tga puu's9ev InuslloJUI paas stedi hiot imon ofaPidy jitnnonn
-otopt n oaSO45Aeneanpuoms patie t seh havnd losdalimssm
. Cu stui u su0 08 isth psore wrtill osdkbon ;
eos od inif.t le juzs u A a oue t gsv oats eta nsi aluabe iformtal
1)~it ) i uo P o~t Ay WiO1 e; em ps 'o w si os -. f osa fahi l ma de a ny
MP '4Ao eno pu PO2f0 190,13 an I' s eetuedi ecae i
.s; Xq ~ ~ a A it an xeleot ofipo o f d inter
'3The other l- a case otlscroagrea oftso
oe-toaq tonjo ~qsa qe~o ou it i 'o~ ocrofus, an esndsthy hii itln
1919 uhinou 01&oI.h iA l eq piuso ogp . n h ththeioo kainowil noo trrecer .
~hut u aoevs 'p A B oiee i ueej ars~ 0ll ~h~exmns~edeeforeu
'tru .ij O~p ~ 's A ppaa. s' dsvn r o tls of ma dan
poganUpus, po.:euiv sinue ind and etstlrent courd of lter
50 .5pu hiss it at p~U in osaiqou has; he hnd forotsa s I inast o
e to~ o p ,o o eoluw;39v IIt couaadS1ndr5yhlawt
us os : uo og -'Sopal puttg ~tog 044 s afo cry rolesuwto s-a.soaflansr so
osazus snoso u uiamuel )15M 'PaddensMurfrees ero,
-uhto.A(o topqu sn q pnopp I0 hen sed levenlttls of RiOsldll
no st y no .pu 0)031 is, and01 am5 ris fntIely trdo iem
iteJ urt o spld * f .tu rt s, haestered, trIw-nty. yeasrs
sgs' ul a J03iu o g'VIP u SWUOU~ IO withI -ma inveterate eruiption over myj
eqi aman o; -teModh Pus5to0o~tego ueoun sig whole body ; a short fluoe elnee I pur
tuotJ.t9aenio~toaqnt)e'uon;utunegota abased a bottile of IRosadalie and it of.
una5u1u ' JuOu SOush a o o10 110 'ectedl a perfect eure,
uutdoa ?.tuoutnd .to 4po 11o. 10u toxosadlalis Is sold by all drutgghsts.
ii SW e'Dust u jo oopuuoa-otn u dssi Laboratory, 61 Ezohuange Place, Dnl
LuZ o no O up4n1S~ eje limore. Djus. CLE~MNT8 A 0O.,
'trndameoq pneA0 ntuo,~ ay 19-1y ___ Props intorsr,
AEORGjE A. ROWAMAN, Agent
33? Ian S, Cllotleston, S. -
'BE PS conset Antl hand tMar E dsE
eselected stock of Le fg A# o M.thoh~saf~nzdr
rtting, Ituth4 Doqr Mua , U.|6b
AMer'e Wha, cy1g c. -
4. i-. K,,matsa~
TO TIE WORKINO CLASS.-We are
now prepAred to furnish all classes with
consitt employinentat hoean, the whole if
a the lime or for 9pare inoments. Business
1 new, light, and profiuable. Persons of efil
y er sex easily earn front 60c. to $6 per evein.
. ing, inid a proportional sum by devoliog
e their whole time to this bisiniess. Boys
and girls earn nearly ns ineh as men.
- Thnt all who see this notice inity send their
i tldress, and test the bisi-ees, we make
y the unparalleled olfer : To suic ns nro
i not well satisfied, we will seit $1 to pAy
I for the.trotble of writing. Full pariie -
.itrs. a , valulable aample which will do to
coinmnence work onf, and a copy of the leo.
ple's Literary Companion--one of the larg
- est atnd the best aintly newsainpers ever
published-ll sent free by mnail--llenler,
if you went permanent, profit able work, ad
dress E. C. A LEN & CO., August- Maine.
Agents ! Read This I
WE WILL' PAY AGENTS
A salary of $30 per week, and expenses, or
nilow t large comminsion to sel our new
, nid wond6rutil Invet.tions. Adrire -s M.
I Wngnier& CO., Mialthtll Alich.
' PPLE P'are COl 'it and Slicer. Mude
by D i. Whittemiore, Worcester, Mues.
5 AVOID QU\CK8.-A victirn of enrly in
discretioin, atisitiv, nervoius dielity. pre
16at r ' dreuny, &'c.. haviig Irieul iI vnin
t every nlvertised remedy, ISIM a winjpile
m-ant or s4el-cult uire, wtihal h will S 11
i fre to hiie fe'tlov sufferers. Ahilress .1. II.
Til ie 78 Nassa Pt., New York. feh8
Dr. SBO NCK advises ConsumptIves to go
to Florida In Winter.
yao for the last thirty-five years devoted my whole
time an attention to tie study of lung diseases and con
sumption, I feel that I understond fu l the oourse that,
ought to be pnrsued to restore a tolerabi bad case of di
1 eased lun to healthy soundness. 'Ia first and most
important stp is tor cue pallont to avoid taklug cold, and
the best of all laes an I lis continent for this pur lose, In
winter, is Ilortda, woll down In the. State. whore Rioe tems
pe raturG is regular, and hot otijot to such variations as
Ia more Northern latitudes. Palatka is a ,citit I can re
commend. A good hotel Is kept there by Ieternan. Last
winter I saw several persons there whose lunts had been
- badly diseased, but who, udor the healing infonlsce of the
climate and my medleines, were getting well.
* One hundred miles further down the river is a point
which I would prefor to Palatka, as the tomperature is
more even and the air dry and bracing. Meluinille and
Enterprise are located there. I should give a decided
preference to Mellonville. It I two milies frot river or
lake, and it seems almost iniosait-le to taoe cold there.
The tables in Florida might be better, aid iatients com
pain at Utnes, but that is a vd Sit , ns it indicates a re
urn of peite, and when ti is te cas' el e1 generally
ioreueaea flesh and then the lungs must hea .
8. Jacksonville, Ilibernia, Greet Love, and many other
places in various parts of Florida, can be safely recom.
mended to consumlttes in " inter. ly reasons for toying
so are that patients are less liable to tako col there than
where there is a kIss even temperature, and it is not ieces
sary to say that where a cunai titve ierson exposes him
( self to frequent colds ho is certain to die shortly. There
of fore rn advice is, go well down tite the Stato-out of the
reach of prevailing enst wiiids and fogs. Jacksonvillo, or
At almost any other or the looaities I have hatned. will beno
At those who are troubled with a torpidl liver, a dibordered
stomach, deranged bowels, sore throat or cough, but for
I I those whose longs are diseased a more Southern point itj
For fiften enas pricr to 1ltl. I wasx pr Imnalyi
A- New York, Boston, laltioiro aud hiladib every
week, where I saw and exatuhiteod ee An avcerig) five hun-i.
dred patients a week. A practice rooxtensive---cibracintg
every possible lhase of lun disose-has enabled roe to
understand the disease fully, and lience my catti a in
r'gard to taking cold. A person may take vrt quantitics
of *Schenck's PilmontoSyrup. Seaweed Tonie. and Man
l3 drake PIll " and yet die if lie does not avoid takin cold.
In Florf nearly everybody is using Schenek's Man
ti) drake Pills. mr the climate is more likely to prolutce bilt.
cue habits than more Northern latitudes. IIs a well-estab
lished fact that natives of lorida rarely dio of consatnp
Ii- tion, epecially those of the Southern part. O tith other
handin New England, one third at least. of the popetla
tion dio of this terrible disease. ID tho >iidle Sttes It
does not prevail so largely, still there are many thoteaste
of cases there. What a vast poreettago of ife wout to
saved If conseumptivae were as easiyl alarmed in rep erd to
te taking fresh col as they are Abto t scarlet fever, Lmall
1o ,. But they are not. They takO what they term a
eit cold, which they are credulousenouih to bel ero will
15 wesr orf in a few days. They pay no a tention to it, and
hence It lays the foundation for another and another still,
ot until the lunga are diseased beyid all hope for eure.
ire y advie to Persons whose lungs are affeeted, even
is, to lay In a stock of honek's l'ultmoie Svent,
er Be nek's Seaweed TonIo and Sconok's Mlandrake' Pis
and go to Florida. I recommend these partluetlar medl.
class because I am thoronghly acquaind with their ac
is, tion. I know that where they are used in strict accord aneo
or with my directions they wilt do the work that is required.
This accon plished, nature will do the rest. Tho physician
who preseribes for cold, cottgh or night-swoats, and thon
advises the ltatent to walk or ride out overy day, will be
sure to have a corpie on his andls before long.
My plan Is to ive toy three medicines, in accordance
Y with the printed directions, except in some cases where a
U. freer use of the Mandrake Pills is necessary. by object
Is to give tone to the stomach--to get up a good appetite.
Of It Is waya a good sign when a atietit biei to grow
ke hungry. I have hopes of such. Wvith a re ish for food
and h gratification of that relish comes good blood, and
I with it more flesh, which is closely followed by a healing
of the iunt . Then the cough loosens and abates, the
creeping chills and clatmmny iight-swents no longer pros.
w- trate and annoy. and the petiout gets well-provided he
avoids taking cold.
ier Now there are many consumptires who have sot the
r means to go to Florida, The question may be asked, is
there no hope for -uch? Certainly there i. ly ad11 o
to etch Is, and ever has been, to stay to a warm, room
V., dutring the wvinter, with a tetmperaturo of about sevent
degreee, which should be kept regularly at thtat point b
mteans of a thermometer, Iet such a patter.t take his exc
ercise within the limits of the romt by walking up and
Sdown as much as his strenth wrill rermii its orecrto keep
'. p alhealth Oircuslation of the blood, I fat's cured theu
ot~ sands by this satton and cvn das so agalin. Contsutontlon
is as easil ced as any other diaeaso, If It Is taku In
d time, and tou proper kind of treatment. Is pursuecd. The
fact stands unisteitd on record that Schencka' Plmonto
Ryrutp, Mlandrake Pills, and Seaweed Tonic htavoe ured
.very mnany of what seemedl to te hne'ticas case. of coo.
sunmptton. o whtere you wilt, yotu will be atotuitt certain
Ito fitd some poor conisutmptlv who hase been rescued from
Ithe very joas of deaths by their use,
0should keep a sauppl, of them en haood. The act on list
lIver better than ealomel, and leave none oJ its hurtful
effects behind. In feet thtey are ecellenit its all eases
,* whores pa rative medicine Is rer iuired. If yen have ptar
takcen to fely of fitt and diarrhua ensties a dose of
Stheo Mandrakes will cure yon. If -ou are subject to sick
)headache, take a does of ie Mautdrkes and thec will re
liv o ntwo hours. If yeusi would obviate so effect
8 o cag of wtater, or the too fret tnitlgenteo frit,
take one of the lanedrakees overy night er every other
* night, and you may thens drink water andt oat watermtelons
riO ears, app sllutns, aess or corn. withouit the risk of
Theisg ma ~ sick by thom. The3 will protect thtose who
a fivndamsitutions ainscht e ver,. Try them.,
. They are perfectl harti es. They can doyot god only
II have abanudoned mty professional visits to Boston and
li New York, buit conitinue to see tatioenta at myw of1ico, No,
.,15 N. SIX il gtreet. Phinlatiseirti every 8-iturday, from
g A. M.t to 3 V. At. Theuse whlo wsisa a tih'ool exainita
tibs with this Itespiromter w-itl ht chargeti fve dollars.
iv, The Rtespiroeter declares the erset coitttion of the
Rang, anid patienits can readily learn whether they ae
ro cutile or neo. R-at I desire it'disitinctly untloetoo thiat
}I the valise of my medlicines dc eisuie entitrely upon t~hlir
being taken etrc tly according todirections.
'I i In concluitaon, I viii say that whten >torsone take my
1. mediolnes atnd their systems are breng it ntoea healthy
condition the-reLey, they are not so liable to take coht, ye
06, i one with duscaroti Ioun an bear a surilden change of
atf thr iim tihe i ability of greater or Iess irrIt
it Fuil directions to all languages accompany vy nedIt.
eines, so oxplieit and elear that ansyone can ue them with.
, ou6 consultiog me, andt can eboutghtfromnan druggist,,
r I ~ No. 15 N. SIXT 8I treet, Philadelphia,
. an 28-1y
Notice to Creditors.
e Davlidrevenmson. ci. al., vs, John :Steven.
- stun. ei. al.
~, IEflTrolS of the esati oif Siemie Sre
J ve nsn th-o'l, are he'rebty 11,o titl thnr
they atre reqcuiuedi by ordlet of Itie (ourt in
the abovewu ennrie, t. ietetnt amli etlishi
tih claimis hefiore te ( lerk of lhe Cutrt
ont or before tile lot. tdry ouf \ltarch. 1:'71.
*SAM.lL. II. CIOWNI-:Y.
C. C. P, & U S.
Clerk's Offire. 14th Janl. 1871,
J Notice to Creditorse
Gen. II. McMutoer, Jameits - It. Cochrel,
- boroutgrh, Enrrell (f. lonsboroughi, Msnr-y
E. OntiL'i, Malithai J Vin Nlss and her
her hiuwhanil Jaltnefi Il. Vnn Ness,
1REPDl'TORSI of theo estate of Jamnes F.
..abo rongh, dcenseed. are hereby lhoti
fled thlat. the~y ergie y odro h
Courtt In the acbove caulse to pirecent tand os'.
tablishi theit claIms beforeo th6 Clerk tof the
Coti t or before the 1s-dna . ' f .\iroh,
1871. S A M!. I, ''LOWNE.y,
Clerk's Offien, 14th Jan., Mi$7,
| Fjan 17-tix8
WMY. SHE HERD & CO.
s .~ 4da10 ClIariestou ,~ C*5
I COOKING RTOTE8 MANGES-alnd hEATING
- ~ ietnres Q( tpyes, yft pi-oes rid
orI to 6 kf b eli ugon ap)Icuflogi.
- -*FEnsk Salmona r .: s.
20e, iugr ndOVfeed Joe robeid
$5 to $10 Per Day.
Men, Women, lloys andl Girls who er
gage In our new business iake front $6 t
$10 per day In their own localitLies. Fu
partliulars and instructions sent free b,
mail. . Those in need of pernnnent, profnla
ble work, should address at once G eorg
dtinson & Co.; Portland, alnine.
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onttining the riches comical stori s, ermu
sells, side-splitt ing jokes, humorous poeir;
quaint parodies, burlesque sermot.s. ne
conundruma and nirth-provoking speechi
ever published. Interspersed nilth curio,
puzzles, amusing card tricks, feats of pa
for niagic, and nearly 200 funny engravingt
Illustrated cover. Plmce 15 cenis. Set
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A. B. FAROUBAR,
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Works, Manufnettrer of Improved Pol.
ished Steel [York, Penn.]
Dickson'$ Sweeps, solid Steel Swee
Steel Plows, sh
vol P-ow lade.s, cubl
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Bend for Illustroted catalogue.
Illustrated and Descriptive Catalogue
OF FLOWER A\D TREBTAIMLE SFEE
And Summer Floweriag Bulbs,
Will be ready for mailing by the tmid tile
r January, notwithttmanding <ur great loss
type, paper, engraving. &o . by fire, whi
destroyed the Job I'rinting Olice of i
Rochester Denmcrat anud Ctronicle, 26
December, 1870. It will lie printed ot
tnost. eleg-int new titted pnper, adtt illustr
ted witht nenrly
Five Hundred Original Eneravings,
And two finely executed colotod plates
specimens for all of which wero grown I
lourselves tie past seasomi from our ov
8tock Of -4ee.1.. In the origitnality. exec
tion nod extent of the engravings it is i
like and eminently suiperior to nny oi
Catalogue or *"Floral Guide" extant.
The catalogta will consist- of 112 page
andi as soon as published will be. sent ft
to all.who ordered secds front us by m
the last, season. To otthers a oltargo of
r cents per copy will be matde, which is 1
0 tho value of tIte colored plttes. We astu
our friends tltat the inducetmonts we of
to purchasers of seeds, as to quality a
f extent of saock, disoounts and premiur
- are unsurpassel. Please send orders I
I catalogues without delay.
Our Colored Ohromo for 1871
Will be ready to send ottt in Jamitin
The Clrom'no will represent. Forty-two \
rielies of showy and poplor Flowers,
eatural size and color. We design to ma
it tle best plate of Flowers ever is.,u(
Size, 19x24 inches. The retail vtlue wot
be at least Two Doll-ars ; we shall. h
ever, furni.h it to customers at 75 cents r
copy, at d oler it as a premium upon ordc
for scce.m. See catalogue when ont.
BIlIOGS & liitTIIER, Ilochester, N.
82 U.IE TilE **VEGETA. 7
A L8.1al." T em61d iriard remedy
I er." Ctttler Bros. '& Co., oton,
e InOsh4 ft6to be- istu tto .h1y
- liew br Oish Pdze Ooiany.
d EYERY TI1IKET' DlAWS A rumI~
e ahitolth $40,000 ; 10 casht gif
d ench, $20,00 20 casht gifts, eacht $5,00
5 0 c sht gifts, eacht 1.000 ; 200 cash gir
k eacht $600 ; 360 cash gifts, each $100t
6 50) E-egant Rtosewootd Pinnos, each $8
t to $700 : 7 Elegant. Rosewood Melodemt
each $75 tn $100 ; 850 SewIng Mlachini
etch 60f to $175 ; 690 Goeld Watchtes, en
75 to $.30fl ; Cash Prizes, Silver Ware, &i
r valuedt at $ 1,000.000.
-A chnance to draw any oftlto above Priz
1 2s cenits T1icke s d.mctribitng Prizes a
-sealetd in Envelopen a-ad weli mtixed. (
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withbout cho'ice anmd sent by mta il to any a
-lidred Tnhe piz nantcd pont it wilt be d
I hvrdt h icket-hle np ayme~nt
C Omo Doltar' Prizes are immtedi:mtely set
to any address tby express o' retutrn mail.
I ott will know wihat your prize is befom
you pay for it Any P'rizo exchatnged f<
another of thte samno vaue, No tblank
Our patrons can depond on lair dealing.
RLKrKn ENess -Thto following laitely dre
valumable Prizes amid kin ly permitr tts
fpublishm thett: Andrew J. Durne, Chieng
$l0,000 ; Miss Clara Walker, Balt imor<
Pitno, $8tt0 . hs. M. Matthews, lietroi
$i.000; John T.- Anderson, Savanntah. $&
000 O; Jatmes Simmons. Bost on. $10,000.
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CHARLESTON, S. C.
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GRAND, SqUARE &ND UPRIGHT
P I A NO -F O? T E ,
ilaltimtore, Md. -
Thiese Instruments llave been before the
pulic for nenrly Thirty Years. and upon
heir expellence nioouo attainied an unpur
lhased pro-emInence, which pronounaces
:hem unequallced Their'
:onmhinets breat. power. sweet ness and fine
ainginig qnaly, na well as great purity of
lnton.ali<. and Sweetness throughoutI the
autire scale. Their
is plinnt and 'Jaste, and entirely free from
he stifinaess f'onnd in so many Pianos
they are uneqnalled, using :but, the Yery
best sEAsoNED) MATERIAL, the large eapitat
enmployed in our business enabling us to
keep conianually an imennso-stook of lum
ter, &c , on hand.
26 All our SquARE FraWOS have our
Newi Improve~d Overetrung el. and the
26- We wonld call special attention to
ouinlte impiovemeants in GR AND PIANOS
and SQU 4iE GRANDS, PAThNwrs AUGos'
14. 1801', which b'rng thet Pinno nearer per
feet ion than has yet been at tained.
ER'cry P'iano Fuihy 1Varrantedl for 6 Yearrs.
.We have. mado arrangements for the Soram
nior,,i:n,,M 40ose~v for the most ceh-b.:ntedl
PAliLOR OROANA4 AND) NELODEONf,
which we oiffer-, Wholesale~ And Rtetail, at
Lowest Factory P'rices,
WMA. KNAUE & C'O.,
.sePt I 8 -t 'n ah, i 'mnre. Md.
CAROLINA NATIONA .BANK
Capital Stock ad n--$20,000.
.DO A RI) OF J)1R4'C'I'ORS:;
L.n. D. Cl' ILDS, Presidlent.
Da.V . Pat-ker,^ 'it. M. Wallabe,
John1 S. Wiley ~ Dr, .John T. LDarby,..
C. D). Melton, Attorney,
Cashier, A sistant Cadhier.
rl'HlI;: enpita ptcek of this Bank~ I nose
,L$2(io00, all of which has been paid
iand doflrmned by (16 Coiptollkofthe.
Unr-rency, Aut houity lias alto beetn recei,.
edl tor a furtier ir.or-ea to the amount of
renay teen Rnten. Persons, WJigio
mako an invest ruent should n'p y WIthout
del ,y. The 8prplus Fqan4 is itow $6,000,
fnkIsesor eeire s tc
lficates of eposit boV isg - lbtereit, at the
rat of sovo n p5- e n pur i e
* tav~wgs' -1ank,
and attntion4e'alled to thd fwete that the*
saeyo tleod poe s AS ell as al th
-4 Bek~~ aqfec -- zhetle of t(4:n oft
eeOsirfI?,d,tQ gi potI ab~ d *
*o~o YWU.n qreonar ne4*i, Ab a y .
blIntedme. ntrest will be ai at
(he end 5teieN elkjtdaoi*1~g;eiontdal pegs,
Columbia . (., Jannary 28, 187l'
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