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Enoch Arden in Missourt.
bi assertion that 'truth is stran.
ger than tietion"' is certainly illu -
tratod in the foiling i-ketch, and we
ore iidebte'd to .1. 0. RBan, the clerk
of the steamer St. Luke, for the prin
cipal items :
Doiing the first yesr of the war,
J. M. W rsdrup - left his pleasant
home in Ce'ntral Missouri and should
ered his musket to fight for what he
considered right, and to spill his
blood, if nece.,ary, in defence of the
Confederate cauSe. At home he left
a young wife and one child, and from
that time till last Sunday they never
board from him. Mr. Waldrip pass.
ed through the struggle safely, and
was paroled in St. Louis in 1865.
So soon ao he could earn money
enough he started to find his wife and
child. lie visited his old borne, and
called on his ndlghbors. But his
search was unsuccessful. The only
information lie received was that his
wife had taken the child and gone
to live with some relatives in Calla
way County. Visiting Calloway
County, he obtained work on a farm
and settled down to ponder over the
whereabouts of his wife and child,
and to earn money enough to con.
tinue the scarch. In the meantime
Mrs, Waldrup had heard that her
husbandi w90 d , ond had go~ne to
live with sonie relation near Cedar
City, opposite Jeiffeson Uity, Mis
souri. Iero sihe bucame acquainted
,with a well-to-do blacksmith, whose
name we have not learned. In due
time they were married, and last
week wore living in their comfortAble
home at Cedar City, and NI rs. Wald
rup had blessed the blacksmith with
three fine children, the eldest five
years old. Last Saturday Mr Vald
rup rodo leisurely into Cedar City,
ani h.ilting at the blacksmith shop
requebted that worthy to shoe his
horse. \Vhile conversing on the heat
of thq weather, crops &u., the black
smith learned Waldrupls story, and
having heard his wife tell about her
lost husband, surmised the truth, and
in his blunt honesty invited Mr. Wal.
rup to go over to the house with bim.
The recognition was inutual, and the
wife fainted in her first husband's
arnis. After the first agitation Mr Wad.
lap went back to the blacksmith shop,
and the mein talked the matter
over sent-ibly and coolly, and agreed to
allow the woman to decide as to which
man hho would cling. After ponder.
ing the matter over in her own mind
the doubly-mated lady decided to go
with her firs.t husland, on condition
that the second allow her to take the
children. By some process of reason
ing, inexplicable to us, he deided to
give tip wife and children, and Mr.
Mcs. Waldrup decOided to come
to St. Louis. Yesterday the St.
Luke stopped at the landing, and Mr.
V. came on' bo.trd and engaged
passago for himself and three children
anid the blacksmith asi.ted his wife
on board, and then brought on the
children. Then came an effecting
scene that brought tears to the eyes
Of captain, clorks and passengers.
The deserted husband took first one
child then the other in his arms, and
kissed them passionately, while the
tears rolled down his cheeks. Then
lie bid good bye to his wife, who
ecomed deeply affected, and lastly to
Air. Waldrup. Thme two men gazed
into each other's faces, shook harnds
long and earnestly, and then thme
blaceksmith, by a strong effort of will,
released thie hands of M r. Waldrup
and walked quickly ashore, never
turning his face toward the boat.
Tt Inians hi lVirginia,
Iseems that there are a considera
ble number of Indians 3et in Virginia,
desoendants of the subjets of the
famous chief P'owhiatan. They are
assuredly F. F. V.'s. A writer in one
of the Northern paper. gives somenm
particulars concerning thenm. They
hive on Pamunkoy Island, containing
1,500 acres, on the Pamunkey river.
Thmis. island through the interposition
of Gen. WVashington, was, by legisla.
tive action secured to this tribe so
long as they existed, for their use,
and in no ease to be intruded upon by
the whites or alienated from the in
dians. There are nsow about ninety
of them of both sexes nnd various
ages, whlo inhabziit the islandl and culbi.
Tate its soil. They hiavem good, comn
portable framred buildi11ngs antd fiue
gardIens, with teanms, and are in com-*
fortable circumistainces. They are all
Baptists, have a dhurch, Sunday and
day schools, and a white female thacher.
Tlhoy have au chief who is elective,
who exercises a supervision over
the, and before whom all minor dif
forences pertaining to their niatters
between man and man are brought
for settlement. Criminal matters are'
aried before the County Court.
A Strikiag Costume~
At the fancy dress ball at White
Sulphur Springs, last week, Miss
.Preston, of Lex ington, Ky., re present.
ed "Arctic Moonlight. Her dress
was a succession of hull illusion skirts
dotted with swan's down and sparkling
with oxydized glass, and silver hands
glistened beneath .the tulle -and a
silver crescent looped the overdress
one side, a crown of pine. @ones
and slender veins, frosted with gold
and sprangled with oxdzdglass
resto41 99 .her head,. and a veil dotted
wIth sanvas-down and spangled with
the glass fell from her head to her
feet at the back. Iler necklace wan
petrls, with dimnpedt.
.Two men were smothered to death
in Kansas to end their sufferings from
A Noe O.leans horse-oar was badly
damaged. by, ruring over a tough
A Gambling Steno in New Orleans,
The Now Orlears 1'ioyune, gives
the following vivid sketch of a tragic
incident in one of the multitudinous
gambling holls, licensed, in the Cres.
About half-p-st 9 o'clock last night,
an unknown man fell derd in the
gambling housq at No 61 84, Chprles
street. Ai usual on Saturday night,
the house was crowded to 5.Mooatt.
The young and the old, the rich said
the poor, had gathered to spend tbe
earning< of the week. The light of
many a brilliant gos.jet flashed over a
crowd of men, earnest aud eager - in.
the passionate excitement of the
game. Suddenly, a tall, dark-looking
man from one of the centre tables,
rose froin his seat, and walking a te
Noet unsteadily, fell back upon the
floor. One convulsive shudder passed
through body.and limbs, and the man
was dead, died from heart disease, or
the excitement of gambling. For a
single moment, a stillness hke death
fell upon the crowd, and then some
one said, he's only fainted, and the
game went on. But life was extinct.
'lie's dead,' sone one oried, and then
men rose hastily from their seats and
left the room. The game was topped,
and a little circle gathered around
the dead man on the floor. The face
had grown waxcu ; the death-look
had settled darkly around hip. It
was a foreign-lookng face-an Ital
ian or Spaniard-and in life had been
handsome, but now its rigid linea
ments wore scared expression, as 'if
the heart had struggled vainly to but
get out of that bad place.
Suddenly, all unprepared the man
was hurried into the presebce of his
Maker, dead, with the gamester's
passion fierce in his heart, with all
the evil thoughts and guilt about him.
The lights were turned low in the
darkened room, andl the coroner's jury
gathered around the nameless dea.
Below, in the halls, the rattle of dice,
the noiso and strife of gambling broke
sadly on the ear. What a contrast I
None seemed to heed the spectacle
above them, or take warning of the
awful judgment so suddenly pro
nounced. The games went on, and
the low voices of the jury and the
witnesses were scarcely heard in the
uproar beneath. Men could not
pause in that eager strife of hasard.
The Fisherman's Son.
A gentleman walking on the beaeh
came across a little boy sitting on
the road all by himself, looking out
by the great ocean. "You like
the sea, my boy ; do you not "
"Yes, sir, and I hope to follow it
when I get bigger."
"It's a hard life, besides being dan
gerous," said the gentleman.
"Yes, sir ;.but Jesus Christ went to
sea, and he kuows the dangers ; and
sometimes he preached out of a ship,
I am sure he loves sailors," said the
"But that will not hinder you meet
ing with storms, and perhaps getting
"Jesus Christ rules the winds and
the waves. Ile stopped a storm once."
"lie does not now," said the gentle
"No, sir ; but be will help us to
trust in him ; and, if we hold on to
him, nothing can harm us," said the
".You might be drowned."
"Yes, msir." The boy stopped.
"Blut, you know, my soul will then fly
up to God ; anid it is all f.hir weath
er up there."
"WVhy, my little man, you arc quite
a preacher !" said the gentleman.
"Father and I often talk these
things over," said the boy; "and
when he is gone out fGabing, aind leaves
me all alone at home, they are com
pany for we."
"Th'lat sweet, quiet, happy face of
tho littie follow pleased me,"staid the
gentleman ; "and I felt that ho hadI
the best of company."
Cold Weather Caused by [Holes In the
The stronomers have brought for
w ard an explanation of this protract.
ed "cold 'pell." 'They say that time
sun'as diso an cold weather-t:4 ri dled
with holes, in other *ords, with 'o~th,
one of which is of very considerable
size. It is a deep cavity in the
phostobphere, and so wide that the
whole terrestrial globe would fltig
room in It withaiut touehi'ng the'
edges. There is another spot kbicb,
though mueh smaller, still has one of
its diameters as large as that of our
earth. Ilersche3 and Arago, haaving
conceived the idea of' comparing'the
annual price of corn to the num bet of
solar spots obaervedj each 3ear, found,
on comparimg a series of twenty-five
results, that the greater number of
spots the higher was the cost of bread
stuffs. This shows that these phe
nomena may reduce the beat of the
A New Theory of Storms.
An old' colored sister of Atlants,
according to the Sun, thus ae66ents
for the recent destructive storm in
that city :
"I can jes tell yo'u whatles de rep
son for all dis hail and wind and rain
what de good L~rd has poured out
upon us poor sinners-It all comes of
that ice meersbeen what the whit.
folks hab started in die town, its
agin natur-making 9f frean cold
ice here in the month of July, and de
good Lord is punishin' us fur to :be
trying to be smarter dan He is, He,
den& mank. ice in do summer time
and when poor sinful man gets to 5QID
agip de Lord, den Ho's sure to ptun
tiah 'em with storms of hail and rain.
and tarafying fevers-bless de
Agens Norman, the B~ritish dhIlj
mur drn.ha.p. ..o.va e '
How, When and Where
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Sir James Clark's Female Pill,
These invaluable Pills are infailing in
the cure of all those painful and dangerous
diseases to which the female const tution is
saohject. They moderate all exceacle and
remove all obstructions, from whilatever
To Karrie I Ladies
they are particularly mubled. I hey will in
a short time bring on monthly perio;1 wi t,
regularity : and although very powerful.
contain nothing hurtful to the constit ution
In all cases of Nervous and Splial Affee
tions, Pains in the linck anl Limb. Fa
tigue on slight exertion. 'alpitation of the
Ileart, Ilysterics atil Whites, they will of
feet a cure when all other means have (ai.
ed. The pamphlet anuon-. each package
has full directions and advice, or will he
sent free to all writing for it, sealed from
It is the fate of every truly valuable
mediolne to be counterf'ilel. Job oties'
Sir James Clark's Female Pill are exten
slvely counterfelted. 'lhe - getntine have
ie ntmote of "Job Moses" on each package.
All others are worthless. Dishonest Drug
gat6 endeavor to eil the counterfeits to
make greater profits.
N. it.-In ill cases where the genuine
cannot be obtained. One liallar encosed to
the Sole Pr1%pretor, JOB MOSF4, 18
Oortland street, New York, will Insure a
bottle of the genuine, containing Ilfuy
Pills, by return maIl, aecenrely sealed from
any knowledge of its contents jne
Charlotte, Columbia and August
Oct~unia, June 1, 1871.
T '11 E following Passenger Schedule will
I. go inato effect on this Romad on antd after
*tnay, June 1.
DAT TaAIN.--ooINQ ORTE.
(Leave Augusta, at. 8.15 a rn
-Columnbia. 8. C., 8 26 p m
' Winnsboro, 1(127 a am
" Chester, 12 2:5 p
Arrive at Clharlot to, N. C. 8.00 p n.
Leave An'gesta at 6.00 p ma
" Columbia, 11 20 p m
" Wlnnaboro, 1 -.7 a m
" Chester, t.00 a m
Arrive at, Charlbtt*, 6.80 aen.
[leave Charlotte, N. C. at 7.30 a a
"' Chester, . 10 16 a m
"' Wlnnsboro, 32.00 p m
"~ Columbia 2.80 p m
" Chester. 10 80 p um
"4 Winnsboro, 11.69 p m
" Cohumbia, 2.28 a m
ArrIve at Augusta, 7.80 a m
GotNO Non TH -Dat Ttais makte cloge
daily connections at Charlotte for all points
North and East.
Night Train muakes eamne connections,
Gouiuo Sov't.-Day Train makes close
dhnlly conmnections at Angtsta with trains
of Georgia and Celstral Georgia R ailroada,
for all points Sout h, Sotuth west and West.
No night trains still leave Charlotte, Au.
gusta or intermediate onts on Sundays.
Through Ticketssld andI Baggage eheek
ed to all principal poinats.
E. P. ALEXANDER. Snyt,
E. R. De sa, Oestei a Tisitet Agem-.
I R E8PECTFLLY ia n
f~bfr~an -hI eigen e'q~e ba
he v s suo~rs fWathes Jewery,
Clocks, 8pechacle, &c., always en hand,
an. will sell at the lowest prices, and would
respec'itily' sk the Oonstanaabe of th,
patronage of moy old friends and etnstomers,
All goods warranted as represented. I sa
preparedito do all kInd of Watylh and Jewr
alry work and have always a good stadk of
material en hand, and will guarantee satin.
faetion. All work warranted.
CH A R l.8 Mp1IL,
041 de fv6 Co.'l.WwoM
R. R. R.
RADWAY'S READY REHEF
Oure therWorst Pains in from One to
- 'WENTY MINUTES,
' 1(T IN ONE HOUR.
'After reading this advertil ement need
any one Sager with Pain Itedway's Ready
Iielief 1+#i cure for every pain. it was the
firt -anti 1*
Tle Only Pain Remedy
thet ImusaPLly stops tie most excrutiatling
pains, allnys inimmniations. and cures Con.
geetions, whemier of the Lungs, Slonmach,
Bowels, or oiter glatade or org-ins, by ore
Il frmitt one to twenty nminutes, no inat
ier h.,w',vlol nt or eet-ncintinr thie paiI tle
H Itt *anat ic. Blea tiriddimt I16ii16). Clipp'led.
Nervof.s. Netirilgie. ur lrstirated viti
di!ense mny mtiller.
RADWAY'S READY IELWJF
Will orti inttait eise. Itnflansniation of
tie Kidneys. 1i.titinim tjtinnof time B1 tlachler,
it.04mmtokinn uR thle 1..1,Congpe 'Iion et
itle ttags, Sore Throtti. Uillieuh lireat li .g,
l'alpitat ist of tile Henrt. I lymterics, Crouip,
)i lot hgerind, Caatirh. iut.tiea. Il, a dachi-,
Toutil auie. Nieniilgin, itheumntism, Cold
Chills, Age Chill;s.
rihe nplicatiomn of tie Rendy llelie' in
the patrt or parts where tle pain or difli
cutlty exists will afford case anti couimiort.
Iwenty drop, in half a tttuibler tof wniter
will thn a few montente ctre Crattmpe,
Spjksm-.. Sotr Ftonamrh. leariburn, 'ick
llcn.lnche. Di:trhtn. Dysetntery. ''olic.
Wittd ik the liotwVls, and mall tihe Interntal
Travelers shoul1d a.lWays carry a boitle
(of tads ay' Ieamdy Relief with thmitt A
few drops it water will orovem sioAttess ot'
ptins rmitn cihange of witter. It is better
itan Irecth Brandy or litlerA as a stituit.
Fever and Ague.
Fever and Agile cured for fifty cents.
There Is tint a renmedial agent in this
world that will cure Pever and Agile, and
all other Malariotts, Bilioins, Sca itt. Ty
phoid. Yellow. antd olhrr Fme'ers (nided by
Rndwy's Pills) so qi;(k as lludwny ''
Realy Relief. Fifty cetmi per bnttle.
HEALTH ! BEAUTY I!
Strong ptire ind riclh blood-Increaue of
fleth anmd weight-Clear skin and beatutiltit
complexion secured to all.
Dr. Eadway's Sarsaparilla Resol
Moo' made the most astonishing cures : so
quicr, to rapid are tIme olianges lite body
undargoes, under ihl itifluence of thi!
Irly wonderful medicine. that every (Ily
an increase Iit flesh and weight is meen atd
felt. The Grea Bl-od timrifier. Every
drop of time Sarsnpaavillinn lIesolvent cotn
municates thIrough the m k.od, Svtmat, Urine
and otier fuids and juices of the yst em
the valor of life. for it reittires tie wa-tes
of time body witIh new nd somnd material
Scrofuls, gyphilin, (Xn-utmpien, Glaniui
lar dismease. Ulcers inI tIme lrimoat. Mouth.
Tunoors, Nodes int tie Glnteis and o: it,
paris nof tie system, Sore Eyes. Strmor.
miu1m1 discharges from ite Enra. and the
worst forms of Ssin dimense,. Erption<.
evter Sort's. Senld hiHeid. tine Wormn. stlt
Itheum. Erysipeltas, Acne, Black Spaits.
Worims in the Flesh, i'toors. Cancers inl
the Wonmcb and ill weakening and painfutl
diiich..rges, Night Sweats1, I o!,b of Sprrm
anti all wastes of tlv life principle. are
whjhin the curaltive ratinge of tihis wotnter Il
.lModern Chemitry. attd a few days' umse
will prove to any pe-rson ming it for either
of these forms of diseas its potent power*
to etre them,
If tite patieni. caily becoming reduced
by the wates and decompo-ition thmat is
continually progressiig. secreds in ar.
resting these wastes. sid repairs the snme
with new mtaleoint made froim lienithy
blooid-nn this the Snimsaparilli-in will and
does aecatre-i cmure is cermain; for when
or.ce Ihia remedy commences its wok of
putrification, anti sumcceedn to dimninirhing
the lots of wastes, its repairs will be
rapid, Aad every day ithe patienmt will feel
himaselt , rowinmg hetter atnd strnnger. m Ihe
toad diigest ing htelt er, appetite itmroving,
anmd fiemih anti we'ight incem easing.
Not ontly dioes thte Sarmeaparlhan liesol.
vent eucel all ktnownt renmeial agents ina
the cumre of threni -, Scrof'ulotts, Consatit.
tionail, antd Skin diseases; humt it itt the only
positive euire ': Kidney andi Blladdler Comn
ilaitff, Utina y' and Wonmi' iseases, Grne
el, liabietes, Dtropsey. Stoppage of Water.
IncontInence a. Urinte, iirighmt's Disease,
Albummminumra, and mn all cases whmere thmere
are brick dust deposiua,or the water is thick.
elotudy, trixed wim tmh sbaances like time
white s.f an egg, or thtrends like white silk.
or timer. is a morbid, dlark, billious appear
ance. anmd white bonme dtust deposits, and
whten thmere Is a prickinig, hurtitng senisa.
liona whenm pa.-aing water, anmd pain in thme
Small of' the Baick and alomg the Loins
Dr. MBad way's. Perfect Purgilve
perfectly itasteless, elegantly coaledl withI
tweet gutm. pmrge, regulatt. putrify, cleanse
and strengthen. Raedway's Pilla. for the
ltre of all disorders of lihe Stomtachi, Liver,
Bowels. Kidneys, Bladder, Nervoms Dis
eases. hteadachme, Constipation, Loativeners,
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Billiotisness, liil.
out. Iever, Inflatmination of the Bowels.
Piles andu all D~orang menisof mihe Internal
Vi -icera. Wareratnted to affect a pohil ive cutre
rurely Vegetable. containinmg no mercury,
minerals or deleterioms medicines.
Observe time folioping symtflaome resuilt.
lng from Disorders of the lDigestiye Or.
gs'nsminstipation, Inaward Pile,, Full.
ness of the Blond in lithethn, Aiudity of
ltme Btomach, Nausea. ileartbutrn, etigest of
Vood, Fdlhtesa or Weight in the Stomaoh,
lSour Brueintions. Sinking ow Fluiteritng at
'he Pit of the 8tomacht Swimming of the
A few doses of Radway's Pills will free
bhe system fes all the aheve nassed dia.,
irders. Price, 26 (ents per box. Bold by
Rtetd 'eFlae andI Trus." Send one let.
er-tampi 1o RADWAY & CO., No. g7
!aiden, Ahane, New York. Itformation
porlh thOande will lie sent 1o youm.
WM. Os BEE & 00.,
Factors and Commnission lcrchlat,
A DGER'S WJTARF,
OHJA RL ESTON, 8 0.
Liberal advanoes made umpon consignm.
rmepmig o our eovrespontdents In -Liverpool
mo4 :7rk. . lr 6
JEfl'4ON DAVI, PresIdent,
one,~ Egleston, Agent,
lsque o t od prond polloeu.y A u,
he a ende value smlil,---a Me*fc*nre,
.1tb mite Asob surrendep v41a.
ITS CURE AND ITS PREVENTIVEo
BY J. H. OHEHOX, N. D.
Many a hunnan being heas passed away for whose
death there was no other reason than the neglect of
nown and indisynitiebly proven means of cure.
hose near and dear to famdly and friends are
sleeping the dreamless slumber into which, bad
they ca~mly adopted
35. BOIPUE Ni. C15(NONK'S5 SXIMPLU
and avalle themnselves of his wonderfully efflcs
Clous medicino, they would not have fallen.
Dr. Schenckg han in his ownc cano gerlvgd that
wherever suicieit vitality reinains, 1A Vitalit
by Is mtedicine's and his directions for their use,LI
quickened into lmeitaltl vigor.
In this statentit thero iN nothing presunptuotes.
Tro tie faith of the iuvaiie is made no represeniation
that is not a thousand times aubstantlated Iy l1Vieg
and visible works. Tho theory of the cure by iDr.
Mehenck's niedelnPe Is a sinple as it is unfailing.
Its philosophy reqjuires no argunment. It is self-as.
the Bea-we oot h)t mnd Mandrake Pills are the
rt two weapon wht whicih the eitnit-i of the
malady is ansalted. Two-theinl% or tie ewes of conm
Aurapt ion originate in dysipiepittm ratd i itnetilmally
disordurcel liver. Wil this coit tioit lti honchial
ltbes " 'moiathire" with tie' sttnuheei. 'l'hey ro
spendtoe imorAticaetioit oftihe live-r. li-rethen
coimes the culninating resuilt, nd the setting in,
With all I3 distressin symptotu of
I'e Macir-ak 1'lii are composedt of one of Na
tuira nble'et ipfl-i to 'ioIoliton Pelittimt.
They posses I the him earehhag, alterative
Prowetwlts of CctaOct'l, h nt, tiiikt' tiemeign, they
" L rAV1E- NO fSTIN(J ittIMINI."
The work or ettre Is now ht-'gimmiim. h'lie vitiated
atd mucous ltleeisli I's the Owt'is noti tit the All
eentary menial are ejected. The liver, like a clock,
is wontd up. It arouses frot its tor ititiv ''in
stomuach nets respummsiely. nnd the i n mletW 6egimnn
to felkthat. ite o '. aI t ti 3inst.t3
ThtSelkweIt 'l'oulu.intotinefton with tie Plus.
perneentes tow1 ns.itmtitti's withm tite fod. Chylifl
atviolet IT muo pressing wititunt its preiotms tor
turvi. U)- het< Inei ltilless, stod the cure is
seen to he at mrni, itire i in 11rlatit'tme, not.
exacerhatien of IIh-' Mtiett'h. Ali nttetiie nts ie.
Now comes tie grtentatlttilooti tiri ter ever yet
ivet, by an ititlietet fathr to %nI*rhig itma.
ieenck'i Plitenicsyru conies in to ielrm Its
lliott4 n"it to haittvis and cou ilete the cure. It
terters lot 9ItI'o uiti its work. atntare cast int he
Che'nted. It tdIlelt' antd rteins. the ittipalired lnol
ilsensed portlowit of Ithe utigs. lie tit'- form of
ratioerinmes, it Ireires thent ftir 'x ec'toreation, need
io! In a ve'r' iort immo the 1m1t4!1 ly.1v it vanu',eit'e
tlhe rotten throse' that it occutiiei is rnovmted attd
nin.e' new, ait tt' i iitent, Im aIl the eligntily of re
gaited vigor..stes forth to enjoy the ninnmhood or
wontalnhoote that wa
44EVEN UIP A. OTAMT,
The )tietll thietll Is, the- peile.mts intnt stay in a
Warn roon until I ity gt weil It is alm test inpos
sible to prevent inkilg cold whnes tie luemn are dils
emsed. but it msit be pre've'nte-d or n eur (aen not le
etl'eted. FrOnSh air tract riding mt, esctiniiy in tili
namsiott of the country, in tie Ilw 1 ut i winter sen
Rtn are nit wrong. l'hysictant Mh-) rt~earnmendi
thal course lose their pittitstt, if thmir luuniti aore
badly disenseit anti yet, tweuise te-v ar. in time
house they nimkst not. si lown qiiet: timt'.' must wulk
about the rootn as nite'h el , fat mu hiestren eth
will hear, to get up a getel e'ireil lon of blood. ie
thatte Inust keep itn od Ipirits-he deternitnted
to get well. This lens a grent <deal to (to With the
aipetl.to, amid is the great lo)int to gain.
Io despair of cere uftt-r suci evifienen of its pos.
Albvility itm the wotset 'ast-. mited neitral certinty it
alt cters is shifuil. i)r. 'hlenck's permonni stetle
nant to the Faculty of 1i owns Cero was in thse
" Manmy yeara ago I was In tie lin t tnes of- con
bulption; cmotiit'el to nly ied, mcini ee tio, Iimee ImIy
hysicians th1ei1 mhttiat Icutld notlyt we'e-k: Ihen.
like n drowimg tman cantching eel sitres, I henri of
amod obtaieeim tie pretaratiots wilih I niow ofyer Ite
the iolic-'. anid thy'v mtmle a lerft-et e're oi' mi. It
beined to mne thni I coid fet1 it li'enet raete amy
whole'sytern. They seoon ri1e-el Itht- mIateI'r in mny
itimgs. ant I womlmi ielt till more t imtuc a tilimt oar etfr'ee
eive' ye'-llt)v matler every morninim ihr a long timme.
A's Aormn as that bm-gtia te) Filbitie'. mny coigih,
fkver, pains, and niht-swents'e all he- anm to leave Inn,
aRmnd mny appetite becane t great t iat it wis Withe
diiiicuty tiat I coulti keep from eating totm much.
I somn gaIoned my strength, and leave grown in flesh
"1 was weigid ishortly after my recovery." ndle
the Doctor, " thetn lookiing like cc me-re skeitomn: ny
weighct wias only ninety-s'ven poniist mcy preent
we'ighlt is two hinttr-d anel t weity-lve' (225) pountin,
anti for years I imwe e'njoyeti unimerrupte health.'"
Dr. Schenek ms tihelmtinued hmts profr'.sional
! uita to New York and liostcee. lie or his son, Dr.
It. 1. eeck, Jr. still cmettinue to ae'e ttienis at
heIr Ollice. No. 154orth4 bxth Strt-et, l'linietlelphia
every &aturday from 9 A.M. to 3 ' U. 'I'hose Who
wihh a thorough examntimcron with tie t-spire.
meerwill becienrgedlfip. Tlie Resiromt-trdecarea
the exnact contitioni of th ilmng-, meei pltie'nts cani
readily learn wihether they are citirhlut or not.
The diriections for tak lng ut, e tied loom'" are' milnpt
ed to the I:mti-'iigermce evoen ofa cil 1 Follow oti's a
directlens, ne k inc Natiur' will (do lIm, rest, except
Ing that in soin citkes the Ml nncrnke Pills mre to leo
taken in increaset tosiie; the t hret' tcmeilCIees tne'e
eo other acconmpniment.s thanI the aipilm itstrite
tiotn that ae'conimney theec: IFirst create aeil'tite.
Of rettmrning ieit, htmmct-r is the tuost weeotne
symptom. ihen It comes, as it will come. let the
denscairmmg at onece hee oef good ceer. (mod~ bioori at
onge follows, time rough loonm'cis. tie nightsweat is
ahnted. Ien asiort timmee both or thesoecmurbiti cyurp
toins are gone forever.
Dr. Schenck's niedicine are contantly kepit ine
tens of thousanemsoi famill's. As ilaxative or icr.
Kative, the MactIrake l'ills tire a stamidard prepara
tbon; while the l'itilmonicg yroitaaenreof coughs
atil colis, imay he regartt-d at a prophyicteric
gaincst consumption in aily of it-s formes.
rice of the itlmonte Myrep antlf Spea-weed Tonle,
O.L0 abottie,or*7Antcabrilfloxen. Mandrake I'llis'
1kcentisabox. Forsale bv all druggist* and dealems'
.Il i 'a l y
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ett Office ordierscheeks or drafts on Nte*
orwherever cun'eniet. ~If not, len reglatl
th celg ontcaiig muoney. Address
L, W. ENGLAWND, Pnblishe~r
8un cia. N ew Y'erH Cby.
50 LBS8. Fresh Assorted Candy,
Oreen Corn and Xomatoes,
Aescri ed Xy rups,
Old Whtite Wine Vinegar.
Low for for Caush al
nar McINTYRE & CO'S.
R. J. M'OARLEY,
Informs time Cit izen of Winnsboro deat
de is now prepared to furnsiah all kinds of
Dool Summer Drinks from Ice Lemonade
oapto a Champaign Cook Tall, &o., persona
ian Procure Ice in large or email quantilles
it any lime.
july . . cCARLEY,
TINDOW and Piitare Glass, layge eig~s)
17 Just received. 'z e'.
j:ee 5.u, v ". .. aJASTP n . DR.CB
J. wosias.l, -ropiaor. It. 11 Nteit ama.. A c ., Ilfr gIt
A Geis. Arent,. Rssn FrmlsheCil ,'A 4 Ceree st., h.
Mll.1.ONS Elear Teetilsouy to their
Wonderriul Curative Effecte.
Vinegar Ihitters are not a vile Fnuer
Drink, Made of Poor Itetin, Whliekey,
Proof Spirite und Iterlico Liquorm, doe
tored, spiced and swootonea to pleas. the taste,
called " Tonicei," " Appetliyeis." " Iestorers," &c.,
that lead the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin,
but are a true Atlediclne. iale frot the Native
lloots and lierbs of Callfornia, free f'ont till
Alcoholle Selinulmnte. They are the
GltEAT 11,001) PssUltilVi1tL uttd A
LIFE (4IVIN(O l'IstN(CiPIE, a perfoct
htenovator and -litigorator of the System, carry
In% oftalt poisonous niatter and restoring the blood
to a healthy condition. No person can take these
Bittors according to directions and remain tong
unwell, providud their bones are not destroyed
by mineral poison or other means, and the vital
organs wasted beyond the point of repair.
They ure a (vsntiio Pumrgative ad well
nt at Tonle, posseatuig, also, the peculiar snerit
of acting as a powerful a-ent in relielng Conges
tion or lnflannation of the Liver, and of all the
10 It F:10t A 11E (131 PLA I NTS, whether
in young or old. married or single, at the dawn of
womanhonid or at the turn of life, these Tonie bit
tors have no eqatsl.
For I tillsmminm tory atind Chronic Ithtue,
notion undl (iout, loypepsin or fl
digestion, liilioun, Itenmittent a 1ne
Interitient Fevers, Disetnmes of r ae
Illuod, 1lvoer, itsineys and ilnsdder,
these lliter have been niost successful. Mutch
fllmeninen are eaustat by Vitiated 1ied,
which is generailr prodtteed by derangement of
the Digte'stive Organ.
l)1)SIPESIA OIl INDI(G.STION,
esatintacie, l'aatin tin the Ihonildei s, Conghs, Tight
ness of tihe Chest. l)iaineas, Soctr Ernctations of
tite Stomaach, limt Taste in the Ilonth, Bilote
Attacks, I'alpitiation of the leart, Inflamation of
the I.ttngs, l'nih i ther .gions of tie Kidneys, and
a hundnret ottn-r paini symptoms are the off
sprimngs of Dypaeioaim.
They isvigorato the Stanch and stimulate the
torpia 1.iver ana iowels,. whic'h remiler tlen of
Ineqn -liet i-iameiy in cleanaslhg tie blood of all im
plnrities, and imnparting ntew life ansid vigor to the
F0lt SKIN DISEAF491., 1rtittonl',Ttter.
qalt livitou. Illotcesa, 141puts, t'linplem, P1iatitles,
11,414, Crinncies, Iting-Wor-niN, Meal Ilead, gore
I'ves. --stiipelas, ltch. Senrfa, lleo olnrntion of tite
kn, liniors atmid ilsataises of I ie ,kin, of what
ever mie (or untit re, are literally dilng mapl ata car
ri. <1 onnt of thtmeairtemi 1in a lirt time by the line ot
these litters. bat htnilte ami sch enses will con.
vinare the mtosi inereinims of their cirative effect.
Ueanne tie Vitiated ilootl whenever you And lit
impnritii a ltrsting throtugh the kat in Plimples,
Eruptions or Soree; cle.eo it wles you fina it
ohatrtc'tro amt alugginh i the veins, clease it
whetit i. fonl,aimi y our feellhags will tell yoil when.
Kreep the Iaooat yture, nil the health of the mystets
PIN, TAI'M, amid other WOIaMM, urking
in the s% -tem of o inany thousaials, are effectually
ali At..) ' % I andt remoaived.
ROLP BY AIi. DlRUOMlliTS AN) l5E.11,ERS.
J. WAI.KElt, i'rnlriutir. It. It MhcDONAL) &
('0.. ha ugaist- mat a;ena. .Aents. San Iraniscio,
nil., nnaitl 3 amt 31 Comnerce Street, New York.
Ayer's Cathartic Pi1s,
For all the purposo of a ' Laxative
Perhaps no nno mied L
einle is so universalmly
required by every.
body as a cathartic,
nor was eve any he.
foro so universally
1adolted hito uose, in
every counmmtry anal
aimong all classes all
tis mni witt eilluient
. . . . . .patrgative J'111. Th'le
ob~viois rension Is,
... -thaltit isamIlore relia.
-- ble and far more e.
ital reanedy itanan theralt. Tihaoas who hate
arieda it, knaowi thi:tt it seured them;. those whoa havie
not, kiaowt that iS enres thireighma~ibors. nuda friend~s;
sumd all kiuaow that ith.at it dloes emlaco it dones al.
Wlia -- that it nevera' fails I troaighanyt) haait or necg.
(le'ctoaf'tts a'atlio.itiona. Wehave's thouisansthi ponl
thoads of~aa elilletes of' tahih- rearnskal ea ure
af' tihe flloinatg conlil~itas, hitt siich a'urses na
iaiiwnha every naeighaborhoioda, andl wea need lnot
pubhlishi themas. Adlaptoad to all ngeCs andl condaitions
.n all ulbataes; cnitag seither caloimel noarany
.leieterius adrit , they imay Io assSkett willh safety
oy anti ytal'. Tl teir sugar-'conimng pmeserv'es them
vesrir'es,animd akes themul leat3int to take, wh'lile
eling playh vegetabsla, nso huarm i can nris flom
hara ute lan any a statitty.
'They aaleaate lb Shirm ialorfsul ini hlence on the
ntern~a lsaeern to pulrif- thei loodaa andai sttimulto
t5 hato hseailthya elain- remaove the nlobistrtions
)f the stoachl baowe'ls, liver, usnal othera organs of
thae boaly, resutorlig thira ir'regislrta ntiin ta heal th,
btaa b~yacorr'eting, wherecver they exist, suach do
ratn gemsents na are the ir'st orii in of' dhliset.
casino dh-'ctios aare given al the wmras >er on
hse bo)x, for' tile followling comSpilinmts, haiI a theep
ills ranpidlyr esnre:
For' I3ynei's'stt r Issuigeston, Elteteae
nons, E~ssan usr asal Lose oft Apsetise, they
shountldb la -1ena maodera'ately to stimst n te the stem
Iacha, andl restore its haealthy~ Stane nndl acions.
IFor' Lier Constalint anad its various symp.
Looms, ilBilsassne E -eadlacte, s~ick liens!.
acelanice or' (Ar'enm ickness, Blu.
sounColc ad Rilioums Fseer, they shoulid
le Jtudiiiousaly taken for enaah ense, to correct the
alseasedi actionm or' remove theo obstructions which
For syneteror Diaerrheen, but ond
mdde Cis gner ltv ret traedl.
For o Ri E la s, est, GraveI, IPal.
idNakanal loins, the- shculdl he contin.
aeticon of thae system. V. Ich stucs chsange those
For Ebrao aye andsu Dr'osicaIlwellinga
- hysol etakens in litrge atnd frequent (loses
to 1arodneii thme effect oft a dlrasatir urge.
lor' Sauplreaeiosn a lan'ge <lo.e shotuldl be
taken as it prohduces the de's ired effect by sym-.
As a Dhsnner Pill, take one or two Pille to
promoteadigestion iad rolievs the stomach.
An occaslaonIalco sthmduates the stomnach andl
hiowelus into htealthay aiction, restores the a ipetite,
anal invigorastesethe sy'stem. 1tonee i is-oI en ad
vantangecus where no serious dlernhgemeht exists.
One who feels tolerably wellm oftn fini~h that a
dose of' these PI'Ifa makes hati ree decisledl bet
tes', ft'cim their eleansing and renovating effet on
tho digestivo atlparatuts.
Dr. J. 0. AIT'E R& CO.,Psracticasl Chaemssetep
LOWBLL.MASS.,V. S. A.
('ONSIGNMENT of Cotton Rood Meal,
fra-sh from lbe Mill .at Columbia. This
Meal is hlgly recommended as feed for
all kinds'of stock,. especially' for Mleh
o will puroh ass Coe ton beed- at - ein,
Janl 28 KET'CHIN & 1NOBERT1'ON.
PI~LOUR, COFFEt;,- 8s Iam..
Oysters. Family BoIap, Candies, bavktb.
andt Vhewing Tobacco, fg aso
, l3V rrul Iluford's Fine h36y 1,.7
)TBM rel PIne Netasr W fitsh -
S. Se WOLFE
N EDITATING a change in the business
I by the 0'-t of Sepiteamer, oflers their
large aind varied t% ck. at eunlb low piriceh,
as will astonish fh nilIost skeptical, only
come oripred with ilte CAX II, an d you
will I' able 10I gel goods regardless of lia
cs.%I ite Stock is hr, e, aid conipo%.l of
everytig sia lly ke rily this ablib.
Dry Gootsx, Voreign and l'omestio,
Cluthing for Nkieti's Wear,
lite, all styles,
li1.1 s an.1 hoes,
l'ece (loods of Woolen,
,liten nad Cottoh.
Gliv mue a c:ill before apending your oaah
Anil be eeivitned lit, at - WOL 'Yo
C e, get the best goods for the lowest Price.
Tihe Unlderslgid Begs to "illbnk
the Planiteris of Fairfield,
Thit he is Agent formale of t lie followit
Ferii'zer.', which lie ow 11h.l. In more. and
i. ready to furnish t.heni at lhe mianafito.
tiirer'.e pria,Y6ith the freight and drayage
aided. Call and get circularg.
P1'0otlicl on Ine0sed fl'olni I to
300 Pei' cent. by their us.
101 Tous Carolina.
25 Solulble Pacifio,.
8 " BauglAs Raw len1.
10 " ell'a Superphosptate.
6 ' Magnotm Bonum.
8 " Alliutic Phosphate.
6 Maryland Anioniated.
6 " Cotton Food.
I * South Sea.
Coiiponndl Acid Phosphate for mixing
with 4,0u11on Seed.
Cotton taken in ezoliange for some
of them, delivered next fall.
JOHN H. CA'IHCART.
rItIE following Ordannce, entitled an Ord.
. nnice to rise sipplies for ihe yeari cim
mencing tie first of April 1871. and ending
tie lst of A pril l-72. and for other pur
pioses. passed the 61h day of June 1371. Is
Ibblshed for the information of all con
I tit It einted and ordnined by lit. tn.
letditt aid Wardensaf a lie Tron of W inis.
horn, S C , in Cmincil net, that a Tax for
ihe stin1t antd in the manner hereinnfi er mn.
iiied. shaill lie rai-ei and paid Into ila
Tireniiiury of the snid Town, for the use and
service a hereof; that is to say, fifteen
Citt1. ad valoremt oi every hundred dollars
viortia of the value of 11 real estate within
lie corporate limiaas. in be asesessed as here.
lfoire: ahree dollars to be paid by evary
miatle ialinhitnnt. iaf sail Town bet weeal the
age of e ghteen and fifty years, in Het of
working upon the str-ets of said To-n, and
,iI ee per tent upon the amount of all
Sales at aiuctioa
[I. Andi be it furt her enactead and crdain.
ed. liat tie toregming Taxes sita tie paid
an aIt Treasrtier of the Town Ciuncil of
Wintt-boro, on or be-ore the falt day of
Atigilt next, anl in def'aila of Such pay
iin'. stn execution. shall he issued for the
ollectiont of tle -amlie
Ill Atmi be ia further eiacted and or.
lained. aliii it tiall nl he lawful for any
pierion to represent pnblicly for ganin or re.
wam.i any3 plny. aimtedy, tragedy. interlude
'ir Itarce, or exhiblit wnx figures. or show.
or etirertainmeni~at of atny kind whatsoever,
witholt ai. rst ota iing ni license from thle
Towna C.unicil, which license may hie gtant..
ed tupona athe paymenctt of five doullair, for till
exibit ions oilier thiian those tundier ciuviass,
anid fifty dollars fotr all elirits citmpanie's;
andl anty person violti ng lie proivisiotns oif
tis oidan~ce shall be finedt fifty dollari for
eaichi ani ery r(fce.
IV. Aid be it taurt her enaeted and or.,
dlained.(, tl tnt it shall nit he laiwf'ul for any
person tii sell intoxicaitinig liqiuors int
amounts of less. tant haret gahllons or int
any amount to be draunk wholly or in part
at the place where soild, stay whiere within
one mile of thte Court. Ifouse of snid Town,
withioi frat obtaining a liceanso therefor,
fro~m thte C'lerk of the Counceii, which mtay
tie granted upoti the piymntf of sixty dol.,
late for whtat is known as ''Rtfail License,"
and ona hutndrid anad t wety-tive for what
is known as "Tavrn License ;'' and any
person violaming this provision of this ord.
nince shall be fined Aflty dollars for each
and every oflence.
V. An bl e it futi her' enaclead and ordnint.
ed, t hat any'puerson htitchiing a hiorseor oth.
er rai-nala to any shadeo tree withian the
corporate limits of thle Town of Witnnsboro
or in any way maltre~atinag or injutring the
same shall be fined for each and every of
fetise in a stum niot exceemding five dollars at
theo discreftion of the Council.
Done ini Countcil tis Gath day of June, A.
D., 1871. and tie .Corporate seal of the
said Town affixed.
P. BAcOT, Clerk.
Dry. G0ods, &C0,
On Hand and to Arrive.
40,000 Lb.. Prime Bacon SIdes and
100 ilbla. Louisville-and N. C. Flour, all
1 ,000 litshels Corp.
10 I1ls. N. Alehassee.
-4 libic. Syrup.
6 lIhds. W. I. Molassee,
18 llags of Coffee.
Barrels and Half Div'rels $ftaokerel,
Tea, Soap, l'obacco, Salt, Iron, Trace
Chaine .P Pows ntd Plow Steel, llo'e., Whit.
L~end, RBspe, Shtoes, Osnabuarge, Striped and
Plain, Shirting. antd Heavy Pilaa tation
Ooods, with varied other articles-on -hand
anil will be sold as how for - caslt as the like
articles, enf he furuthed by any other
P'arlies wuinting any of lhe above, will
find Itto Iteir linteront to..0ai and eyam ne
may slook before puarchraipg.
J'iN I:. CATi HAaRT~
WIndow Sha deer.
A Lbilui OF . ribOW1 IXb1M,
FURNITURE, &c., &c.
Ju'pic8Ived and for safe low for
Cash at ' k olTVN)!!&itd8,