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\.a viI.] WINNSBORO., S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11, 1871.
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1.1 PUni.I.liIlD WKKL.Y nY
DESE' PORTWE .S & WILLIA MS,
'ermse. -Tr lbnaALi Is publishedil Weeks
in the Town or Winsboro, at 93.00 in
varcably in advence.
t-;V- All fransient advertisemenis to be
Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per
Onehour of the now day gone
One more car, with its sixty tound
less wheels-loaded with records of
human life, swept, with no ringing
bell, across the highwi ays and around
the curves cf Earth into the (depot of
EIernity, whose keeper is Jehovah.!
Tho little ormolu clock 'from its
fc'ooned bracket above the mantle
herald.s the tidings throughout the
silnt room ; and the canary, asleep
in his ivory ring, leaps at once, full
throat and open-eyed, 'in a jubilate
that floods the air with the tender
tiills. of song.
V - turn of' thie gas-the bird-song
We draw aside the curtains, throw
battk the shutters, open the windows,
and leanI across the easement inlto the
HOw .ilent it is ! And yet the
silence, on we' learn and listen,
qua keus with voices whose ebb and '
fliw mu..de oscm the low dorun oI sour
Iffe it Ihad and blossom as the: rose ;
oa;lke arn.. and will ui,4ke f iever
ti.' A lip a mnd Omega of I..ve'.,
Tol 44.t.linlg at 1 -yS hi, bai.4s of
i;.r n oss ib loosene11,s of our Io ,ii,
.d n wn o -r . oe-, lir hened with
I. a0 , a. o .am) overw.itaught
the tiii. er.N i th e % ind a r t tisOLn ,
0 i ll Im h :'s lip-, thru h a Ii..; t
i (I 4 i v. 1-'.' 11 (it V.,
rum ~~ au to th -u ., m ) .sak n
It I . ~ 4 4*
bur hliiy spared fur tihe sweeten
ing of, litter days.
One voice above all others from out.
the Sepill chie of the p)iat ! Oine
hand-fai er than all others-reach
ing., as:ross tho urn whose very rim i
under the a.'hes of a burnt-out
One face with its frame of e-arven
locks, and lips like palest primrose
-its deliente cheeks, and lids with
fringe of' amber-its br.es where no
red blood is and its temples with no
purple of living I
Oneo day discrowned and desolate,
the life of all its hours face to fae
with the death of all its dreams, and
something sweeping through its still
ness like sounid of ships going down to
the black heart of the see, and sound
of waves closely up above and seal
ed wyith seal of thunder.
One faith, fair and fruitful, that
not the laboring of years, nor men
nor gods, nor dloon), nor death can
alter I One gloam of the far-off sil
ver of repose over all the waters of
It is cnough.
'We close the window and its shut
ters, rearrange the damask and the
lace, put bac(k the stand with its basin
and1( ladder of ivy, and just as the
clock is telling the passing of another
hour, go silently to the sweetheart of
our slunber, and to a sacred dream
Town Mar?.hal Lotson, on Friday
nighat last arrestedl on the cars a color
edl ian whom lhe suspected as being
one atf the partiecs who had robbhed the
store of Captain 1. N. Withers, at
WVhit e OAk. Thlie negro gave several
names ; but his true name was found
to he lien King. Hie has been em
ploy ed this year as hand on the farm
of Mr. Williamn Wilson, ne..r Corn
well's Trutt. He sold two shot
guns to a gentleman a few miles be..
how this place, which have been iden
tilied by Cauptain Withers as a p art
of the property that was taken from
him, H~e will1 be carried to Winna
boro for trial.-Oester, Reporter.
It will interest in any of our readers
(says the Wilmington Star,) to know
that the Governmnit, having decided
thlat the cotton tax should have been
collected oni the not weight of the cot
tgma and not, as it was, on bagging,
ties, ropes, ete., is preparing to re
fund the excess collected, and offers
to pay back eighty cents on each
THiE ANNIVERSARIES AND HOW CELIC
Anniversary weddingsappear to be
yearly growing into wore general
favor. They way be maude pleasant.
festivals if it only be understood that
etiquette and good breeding do not
demand the acknowledging of an in.
vitation to the.e weddings by presen
tation of valuable gifts. Members
of the family, or very intimate
friends, are the only persons from
whom such gifts may be obtained.
Invited guest8 need not abseut
thenselvos from such agreeable on
tertainment because a false coreep
tion requires then to contribute cost.
ly presents. For amusement or
sociability, trifles in paper, tin or
wood may be offered by cnsual as
well as personal friends on the ocoa.
sion of the commemorated wed
THE PAPER WEDDINO.
The first anniversary of the mar
riage is honored by butfew. Inviata
tions have been issued on peouliar
styles of gray paper, resembling thin
pabteboard. The presents in keeping
are [Ilper, books, portfolies, engrav
Tie wooden wedding is the fifth
anniversary. The invitations are
pinated oin thin cards of wuod about
a' thick a;, fofur.,eet Bri-tle hoa d
i I: tin .-edding is tOw ke: h tl I
e-.:aiy laova; i'..s i v , . iis
rueit tin tio), butt the. mIIst a tsi
is printtd iu ox % . z.-d tit
i'. z l orZv in h .nIe 1:1 b ge ut'gl ,zed
.ri1 or lote :-i , wi mliOll grmu in
dull silver on iuvitatio 1nv(dopt.
A ficid ..f lon broize on the lower
l it of the note sheet, with et-:ters in
bl.<uk pr oduces a pleasi.y: eff.-t.
Th erp.t I wmding is tw fitnreenth
am3 ive sV It h1 .. I I be . - r.
,a .A!i )- ! e 1 ( 1 1 ! la
U. r'~.a 1. . i 11i. %tao' stair
tawl it. the sudde .:mv l in thei
town of twaolty-five: fii.iius of fee
lai.ders, wiho propo-ed to sei.t le in that
vicinity. They took up their abodes
on Washington Island, at the mouth
of Green Bay, anid were soon busi.
ly engaged in erect ing dwellings and
preparing the ground for farming
purposes, going to work with a will.
The.ce twenty-five familieA, however,
are but the pioneers of a much larger
immigration into the same region of
the inhabitan's of Iceland. It is said
several thousand fanmilies are prepar
ing to leave their homes in that
frigid isle, and will come to this
country, where they may spread
themselves along tihe line of the
Northern Pacifle Railroad, and
through the section bordering upon
the Red River. They are industri
ous and frugal people, as are all oth
er immigrants of the Seandinavian
race, and must prove of great value
to the region which they selected for
a now home.
A French man who was mnaster of
horse to one of our generals during
the late war was sent from Stone
river, whore his brigado was lying, in
an errand into Nashville. As ho set
out the genieraI told him to bring him
the Nashville time. As soon as he
had returned, he went to the general,
took out his watch with an impor.
tant air, and said : "It was juste un
quarter uin trees o'clock when I leave
so seetie, then I stop me vatch, so
lbe keep the reeght time.'' "But
what is the time now ' '"Ah dat I
know not. You sais bring se Nash
ville time ; I brings him exactly I"
A Norwegian bark, voyaging from
Stockholm to Antwerp, lately pick ed
up in the Germen ocean, far fromi
land, a canoe in which were two
little boys, about five or six yeaurs
old, nearly frozen. After bieing re
storodh to oonsoionesness they indica ted
their residence nipon the shores of
Jutland,;and stated that they had
climbed into the oanoe for amuse..
mont. Its fastenings gave way, and
they had involuntarily taken their
perilous trip. The telegraph soon
informed the parents of the recovery
of the two boys.
The Stockton Herald says : "Dur
ing the delivery of her speech last
night, Mrs. ILaura Do Force Gordon
said : "I am an American citizen,
and over twenty-one years of age.'
To this a crnsty and probably disgust
ed Benedict cried out : 'You bet
you are 1' Theaffc wm a ..eorl."
A Long Branch Romance.
A correspondent of the Cincinnati
Even the parfidiou-i ocean has its
advantages. A young mian of good
family and position, without income
worthy of mention, camte down
here some weeks since with the intn
tion of marrying a girl having a
wealthly father-uot with the inten'
tion of living upon her, but us a pre
cautionary measurie againit posmible
poverty. Ie found such a gij I, one
or two children, and as she was-sensi
ble, awniab!o and moderately good
looking, he proposed to her after a
courtship of ten days.
She thought this wooing rather
brief, and frankly told himo the be
lievod he w'antted to wed her fathers
fortune rather than herself.
With eqtil candor he admitted
that the pecuniary part, had its hifu
enep, but declared tbat itfhp wore
rich and she were pour' he would be
most happy to make her his wife.
She w4vered for a half a day, slept
over the matter, and the next moin
ing felt constrained to decline.
The young man peiforied the
philosophic role, remarking that lie
was sorry, but. that he had, too much
to do to occupy himself in breaking
his heart. "W%%'e may do better tha
mal ty, Blla," he added. "We
might have quarreled, as man id
witc, bew we tiaoiat thaitrtel a frietos ;
.d. . r l' I h, know I II velibaciy
i th r. : e. o le i y 's
;, i4 1u1 o) r n er hope.
II'0 lir I' l i II i a 'U ! .f cii otn tit
t lach r twt - w m , antd th. v welnt to,
1 her itit lie surtf fosuilh til tht r th .,
lridttce woi.ad hinc dictated. lie
w.:nted t friglovt h,-r, and ie stic
eeded. The undertuw carried her
out until ahe th ought Ole wwe rea ih1
orowning. lie .luuged after her,
.tod liought he r oafely to tho shore.
Whet she hdti recovered frua her
terror, ,lne said to her- o -pani -it,
"You have preterved my life, 'It i T's.
ind it would he ungrateful for zi,e
t4 r to w ithhold my har.d."
Voa le-, as may be suppo.sed, ac
l'alm is dlhihted with his pr p
e sC t,-in law for hi heroic auchiev.
t,..In in riarly autmauut lte torni
of I5 . en ., i kiidle the fit e upou
-ew di,:oetic hearth.
llints to Builders.
Oise i the weor' a mistdske, :I-chi
I h .* . .1 ...
shot .: in- t vt i ro 41 t s y i;. .rw%. , it
is t at a. -t h ,ih i.- t;scd t nt! Ill-st,
aid w here it is ice., ar) to Carry
bulky natri.il., up and downt. Ia is
good economy to have wide stairwa s
all through the house. In nearly all
of our high stoop city houses there is
no water or water basin onl the main
floor, and there is to reason for this
defect, but the inc onceivable
stupidity of iarebitcts. If un amhti
teet can find no other place for a wash
basin, let him locate it. in a niche in
the hall-anywhere so that le saves
the family from the miles and miles
of uinnecesstary fatiguing stair tizavel
which they must otherwiae suffer.
It was an Irishman who wantedl to
find a place where there was no0 death
that he might go and end his days
there. It, was an) Irish editor that ex
claimed, when speaking of the wrongs
of Ireland, "Hler cup of misery hati
been for ages overfiowing, and is not
yet full I"~ It was an Irish new.,.pa
per that said of Rlobespierre that "he
left no children behind him except a
brother, who was killed at the samne
time." It was an Irish coroner who,
wvhen asked bow he accounted for an
extraordinary mortality in Limerick,
replied sadly, "I cannot tell. There
are people dying this year that never
died before " It was arn Irish htand
bill that announced with boundless
liberal ty, in reference to a great po
litical demonstration in the rotunda,
that "ladies, without distinction of
sex, woul-d be wvelcomie,"
The findings and sentence in the
ease of Paymaster Ihodge hatve been
received by -the Judage Advocate
General for reviewal, and will be
promuitlgated by the Secretary of WVar
about the mtiddle of this week, should
thae President approve of the saentenice
which, neordaing to the r mnor in
Washington, is that the prisoner be
cashiered, forfeit all pay and allow.
anoces, and suffer imprisonmentt for
tho term of five years.
A cheerful 8avant has discovered
that mosquitoes are a providential
guard against disease, upon tihe sup
position that in summer the human
system is peculiarly liable to fever,
and insects, by depleting the quantiby
of blood, giet all a edunter irritation.
Among the recent patents noticed
in the Sectific Ainerican is that of
a macblne for double seetning tin
ware, the invention of MoDuff Cohen
and Robert M. Edwards, of this
-Anollier Lie Expoacd.
The following iflidavi.- and letters,
published in the EIlgelild Aiver
tiser, comphtelv refuto the horaid
story about Ku-Kluxismn in the
'"Dark Corner," prini pi conspicuous.
ly by the Columuia U .ion about two
To the A'dilor of the Advertiser:
I have rad li., your issuo of' the
2ht, an article copied from the Co
lumbi a Uniliou (over the signalnre of
'-A i 0 d1 . publican,'' in referance
to ti.e Ku-Klux outrage said to have
been committed in th-s vicinity with.
in the last month. Since then I have
troubled myself no little to aioei tain
if there was any foundation for the ru
mor, alnd . am ,atid ied that the state
ment is filn unnitigated falsehood
throughout. I have seen the old
colored man, Silo Robinson, upon
whom the outrage is said to have
been perpetrated, and he utterly dis
olaims knowinie anything in refereneo
fo the rt-ported Ku-Klux disturbance,
or having said any thing to that ef
fect. A nsd .e is willing to sign a
paper giving the lie to the whiule
The olored people in this neigh.
bo hood s)3 they at e willing to ti s.
-:fy thut no such outrage ha-, occurre d
in tis Fection of country ; :and they
further wish ine to say lot thein that
while they are satisfi d, and are liv
ing in peace and qu1ietnes, as they
have Ieen doing for a long while,
hey hoped lhe party will tnot disturb
Vhe friendly relatit< existing be.
tween them ind the white.: hy epr
se.sig the wike.t of ther1 rCe as'
.o liatng such libellous and unwar
a..ted las lshoud .
I sendl you at Iist Of 1namies ..f b.ch
white a 'ld iblack, m hI are willing to
te stify il th 1i. n'atter shou l yi ou do
:ire further evide. ce viz: .l.:.Fr$. T.
J. 'Ium'l , J s .- 1:. Jra , '. .
Pdol i Ile, J. t'. -l itn, Wml. Park.
'11 1- W. J1. 11 -Ino,, C L. Ill kir, Dr.
J. I1. leminhos, L;ndonm Tuicker, E.
A. Nearbis, Stm ton:- Freeman, WV.
I:-.se,! uh %% te, -.nd4 Silt! libimi-on,
La s G il!. r.., Tiannie 'oilins, Alic
itll-as, P.- 21- a.t il..ban* , colored.
fil 4) % .t : i e. b u;.r. d of o jibers, if
nt"-a: y, et i'. t coloj, vinig in
C e veil.ity of Red OAk Grove
icYITT L. IIOLSIr.q
A FFInAVIT o' ''Tilli VICTIM."
na EO F11-:1.n1 O I'N-' S .
S. p e 0 25. 1871.
d I I.II ' ll berg, iS. C.,
S--tmtbter 14. I 17 " I a 1 I it1 lpi lis ed
ill the Dai..I U io, over tie sig ir.
t I C ofI "An 0I i 1 lit aniI1," p.,)
'.hom i Kt Kiix jitlrai.e W.S id to
have b13e1n CnIlnintt(d : that we lVie
near Red Oak Grove, and thait no out
ae has been committed upoln. ni of
any nature whatevei ; that io sect-ail
of' the State can be more free ftomt
Ku-Klux outrges, as we have not'
heard of a single aet of* any organized
banid of lawless persons,
WVitness: WVyatt L. llolmies and
A Clergyman, who owned a farm,
found hiis plowman1111 sitting sin hiis p lowv
resting his hiorses Quothi the clergy.
"sJohin, wouhdn't it be a good plan
for you to have a good stub i'oytho~
here and be cutting a few bushes
along the fences, while the horses are
rest inrg a short t im ni"
" Wouldn't it be wVsIl, sir," said
Jiohnt, "fori you to have a tub of po.
tatoes in in the ' pulpit, and when
they are singing, peel em awhile to
be ready for the pot.
A white man, said to he a stranger
in a Southern city, fotund his way into
a little one-hort~e coloired barher shop
on the outskirts of the city one even.
ing and while the t oisorial ai tist
neatly shaved his fa'e lhe exercisedl
his adroitness tso much better adlvan
tage in shaving himi out of tell dollars
which was stowed away ini his veit
rocket. Hie wvill doubt less re'turn
North with enlarged viovs on the
subject of negro e(gnaliity.
A Bchool mnastertelis the following
good tone. I was once tiehing in a
quiet country v'illaige :iThe secstnd
mfor'ning of the ses-ion I had i inn to
sur lvey my siirronundings, andl am-mtrg
the iearsty fuirnre I e.piedl a thlree
legged sitool. '-Is this the dune
block ?>' I asked a little girl sif live.
The dark eye's sparkled, lie curls
r.odlded assent, anid the lips rippled
out, "I guess so ; the tea cher always
Site on it."
A North Catrolina colored juror was
recently seen making rapid tracks for
the Virginia line: adid upon being ac
costed by a gentleman as to whither
Ije * ps going, confessed wvith dismay
that he was flee iig the State, as he
had Just heard that the ',"jury was to
be hung."' This Is related as a fact
in the Weldon N. C. Nows.
Happiness is a perfume, and every
man shonld shed some
liermarlogeof Blood Relations.
Prof.Richard Oaten, LL.D., A. '\..
of the Indiana 8tate University, stated
an itugurtant fact which cahnnot he
too widely diaminated, n anie-ly -
That the iuntormarriage of blood rolt
tim s is a physiolugical error, and he
might alinost say, with our knowelge
of such matters, a crime. Speakii.
from a close observation of this subl
jeCt for muny years of all the families
of his acquaintatice where close in
termnarri ago had I con permitted, the
ehidren ware either deaf mutes or
were affliaietd by some deficiency. lie
knew a.yong man wlhose father was a
physician, antd who shouald have knoii
better th.a to naiirry a doutble cous:n,
but the ounseq'eno.2 was, as the lust
portion of the OSSeouS system devolp
ed, the young man, I om the inter.
marriage of those in whom the saeno
material was deficienIat, was prevei tod
from havir-g a bingle tooth at any
period. IIis si-ter had but two or
three inall stubs of teeth, and their
bruther'was altogether deficient in his
mental faculty. Lie insitted that it,
was a great crme for parents to allow
their children to grow up with the
idea that they miglht ever intermarry
with blood relatiotis. It shbald be a
thing never to lie thought of, the in.
eamarriage with those connected by
ius of consanguinity.
Mr. lerguson knew of a case in
Ohio where some families had mar
i ied aid intermarried until they
could no longer tell their relatiut
-h)i. Most of the progeny wete
daf mute, and the remainder a little
Lexington and Dig Sandy Railroad.
From information not to be doubt.
ed for a monient, we oan state to the
fri, uds of this nterprise that ar
raigemerts are now being porfeoto.l
to put the road under contract
from Lexington to Mounat Sterling,
and that the cars will be runining to
t he latter plaen by the I.,t of July,
1872. The Ohio and Chesapeake
road i.. now graded to within ton
miles of the Saia.ly, and we may rea
sonably expoet to seo this gre .t a hor
oughfaro completely eqaipped and
in runting order it, two %oars fr m
this d ate. Wihioliester ai Cl k
CountM , by a it 1t e o:eth.,ught. n
their pa rt, can make tliomsc:ves an
impor.ant point ot t:.is grant ine of
railw .y ; and 1mty h it1d s.e t. itf at
m1,100 that; ai lie of 'oad t. builit from
l'ari- t" Rieiniioondt, a di.ic e
t hit.e *gla miLs, wtich wid give
ftem 11n ontact, to the southe14rnoa
io. d a;i:.d all tlh- importint, mal:. rkcts
of' , .e iSuth.- Clutrke Cuounty (Ky )
J.,n 13. Gomgh tells the following
story, though the joke be at his own
expense. Once, while on a lecturing
tour through England, he was intro
duced to a village audience in these
"Ladies and gentlemen, I 'ave the
'onor to intrdAIcO the distitinguishod
lee urer, John h. Gough, who % ill
address Is on the sulbject of temper.
alice. You know that temperance i4
thought to be rather a dry subject;
but to-iight, as we li en to our
friend, the horator, fram hover the
hoceian, we may 'ope to 'ave the mitra-i
ele oif Sam psoni repeated, andl to be
refreshed with water from the jaw
bone of a bass."
Admlihed to Bail.
Tbc prisonors mnentioned last week
-nine in nuimber-as having b'een
arrested in this Coaunty, by the Uni.
ted States Deput y M. rabial, on the
charge of Kn.Kluxinag, have been
disuhairged f'rom endtody . Tfhey gavo
the reqiuired bend for their appeur
ance at theo United States Circuit
Court, whieb iee's at Colunbia on
the second Mandliy in Noveinber next.
A Comect A pproachIng.
E-'eke's comet one well known to
soientifio men01 and~ which is vi.,ile
about every tharee 3 ears, is looked for
by tile proleao-a' at the Nationail .'b.
so. vat ry carly In the fall. TheIa in
d ientions are thuat it will be so aituai
ted ais to be favorable to observation.
TJhese gentlemien are at proesent en
giaged observinag two new asteroids
dliscovered lay P'rof. Peters and Prof.
W atison.-C(hicago TimeR.
Thte Renowned Naiilia Bridge
A Disp.achet from Lein~igto~n, Va ,
to the Rlitbaoaud iaspatchl says: "A
deedi has b'eeni recoar.t ed in the county I
Ctet k's a'fliuae can'a e y iing tile Natural
Bridge property toj.ohn 'W. Garrett,
Santanta anad lHag T1ree, the Inadian
eliefs, have btad their sentences coaa
muted from death to imprisonment
Omahla bridal couples indulge in
two dollars' worth of carriage ride as
a wedding tour snd are hnapy.
You cnn't brcakfast off a roll of the
sea any more than yon can be scolded
by the rail of abhip.
Motto for sewing machines--as you
sew, so shall you rip
Twelve papers in Illinois have bois,
ted Hendrioke ag.
The Spirits Induce it Itil to llcisist lie
A warrant having been issued by
the United States Cou t, now in ses.
sion in this eity, againist Dr. Sterys,
of New Haven, charging him with
u Ug the patent rutober for artifl.
e inI teeth witout paying it royalty to
ihe owners of the patent, Marshal
'a ri on Tuesday served it. The doe.
tor proceeded quietly to the New
[Haven depot with the marshal to take
the 8 o'clock morning train, in order
to come to llartforil and aptpear be
fore the court, but when tho marshal
sou0git to havo him go aboard the
trnin as it was about. to start, the doe.
tor, who is a firin believer in Spiritu
alism, declared he had boen visited by [
a spirit who had imparted to hi tlie
btitling information that the train !
would be mashed into pieces, and that
the whole party on board would be
-ct to a place of great warnith, and
he refused to take tle trnin. The
marshal endeavored to take him
,%oard, when he resisted. Two or
three men caine to the marshal's assis
tance and forced the doctor on board,
but be made a ktrenuous resistance,
yelliTg like a Imadlman and clinging
with hishands and feet to the stepf,
rails, and door. The train arrived
acre safelly, which shows that even
ipirits are not to be always trusted.
HIartford EAveuuing .
The New Disinfi-eant I
Non Poisonons', Odoorless,
Deodorizer and Dixinfecant.
Enlirely 1 liless anl saif. Arrests and
,wevents Contagion. UsedI inl private dwel,
ilgs, hotels lestiurants, pliblio schools,
to.;pitils, ilsantile iSYInay iums, diei?'penaies,
61s. pris on. poor -hose., on ships, Plenm-1
nii s, 1nn1d ill tei il enitho uses, 1111rk es,
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THE CAUSE AND CURE OF CONSUMFTION.
-The prinimry catise of Conisumption ia derange
ment of tie digestive organs. This derangement
produces deficient nutrition and assimilation. By
anninittlo I menan that process by which the nu
trinent of the footd In converted into blood, and
thener iato thle soal-i or tihe body. Persons with
digestion thus impnired, having the slightest pre
disposition to pulmotnry disease, or if they takS
cold, will be very liable to have Consumption of
the Lungs lit soume of Its forms; and I hold that it
will b limposwsibl to cure any case of Consumption
withont first restoring a good digestion and healthy
nasmilntion. TIe very flrst thing to be done is to
ceitse tie Rfhitach and tgowels fron all diseased
nincus nnii milime, whieh is clogging these organs so
lhnt thiey cannot pertorn their ftinctions, and then
ron-e ilt andt re-store tie liver to a healthy action.
For this imow the siurest anl best remedy is
Rehenek's Mnilrnke Pils. These 11il1s clean the
vitminch and howels of all the tead and morbid
aolinm that is entuRitg tilsease amid decay In the whole
system. They will uenr out ihe liver of all diseased
bile that liat neeumulated there, and roue it up to
a miew imi Itilthly action, by which natural and
healthy bile lI secreted.
'i'he(, stomach, Unwels, and liver are thus cleansed
by tMe ue of Schenck's Mandrake Pills; but there
renitain in tMe atomach an excess of acid, the
organ is torpid and the appetite poor. In the bow
els the lacteals aro weak, and requiring strength
antid support. It Is in a condition like this that
Selenek's i-aweeti Tonilc proves to be the most
vaittable renedy ever dilscovered. It is alkaline,
and Wts use will neutralize all excess of acid, mik
Ing the stonaminh sweet, and fresh; it will give per
tminent toie to this important organ, and create
a gooti, hearty appetite, and prepare the system
for the ilrst process of n good digestion, and
ultimntely make good, healthy, living blood.
After this preparatory trentment, what remains
to cure moot cases of Consumption Is the free
and persevering ue of Schenck's Pulmonic Byrup.
Tihe Putlmuonic Syrup nourishes the system, purl.
flIs the lilood, and is readily absorbed into the
circulation, anti thence dlitributed to the diseased
lmugs. There it rieins all morbid matters, whether
in tie formt of naiseers e's or tuberchem, and then
nmeista Nnture to expel all the diseased matter, in
tlhe form or free . tectoration, when once it ri nL
It 1 then, by the great healing and puri tying
piroperties of Scienck's Pulmonio Syrup, that all
ilcers and cavities are healed up sound, and my
patient is cured.
The essentia thing to be done in curing Con
sumplion is to get up a good appetite and a good
digation, so.that the body will ow in flesh and
get strong. If a person hall aa ensed lui-a
cavity or abscess there.-the cavity cannot hea, the
matter cannot mipen, so long as the system is below
titr. What lis necessary to cure is a new order of
inmgs,-a goti appetite. a good nutritirn, the hody
to grow in loth and get fat; then Nature is helped,
the cavities will hen m the matter will ripen and ho
thrown off iIn large qiantilem, and tho person
re'gaii health and strength. Thi is tie true and
only plan to eire Consumption, amid It a person Is
very hnd if the lungs are not entirely destroyed,
or even (f one lmg is entirely gone if there is
enough vitality left it the other to heal up, there is
I have seen many persons cured with only one
mmmid lung, live ant enjoy lifb to a good old age.
This is what chenck's Medicines wIl do to curo
C(tnsumption. They will clean out the stomach,
swetton aini at rengthen it. get tip a good digestion,
anti give Natmre te nasistunce alme needn toclear
tihe syiem of all time disease that is in the lungs,
whittever the formi ifay be.
It is inmportan, that whi nang Schenck's Medi
cities, care shiould hit exerciseA not to take cold
keep iin-doorn; Imm cold anid daup weather' avoi
might air and take out-door exorcise only in ma
geial mit1 wirmi Htun.tshine.
I wishm it distinctly understood that when I recom
meni m pattent to uo aredtil in regard to takin
coli, wil tising mty Mdleines, I doso for a speel
rt'mmon. A tman who in but partially recover ot
frntii the viects or a bad cold In far more lible to
a rehipe thani one who ham been entirely cured:
mimim it is pretsely the sanm in regard to Uonsump
t)itn. HO toting tL t lie lImngs an not perrectly healect,
jist. so iong K,4 timre immitinant danger o a full ro
tri of Ithe disenie. lene it is that I so sitreint
otist' caution piiimimnary patients agninst exposii
thinselves tont 9' moiphere that is not genial an
piensinti. COneirtsied Consumptives' luigs are
asmm, or sore. which the least change of atims.
ier wii initflme. Thi grand iseret of my sio.
mans wiIh my Medicines conste in my abillty to
ntrmi-, irirtammimation imintetl of provoking it, a4
mnniy of t th teumty do. An inflaimedl lm cannot,
withm miatfety to tie patient, b exposed to tie biting
blnsts of Winter or the chilins' winds of Spring
or Autumn. It should ho carolbily shielded fromn
aill irrilating inlimences. The utmost caution
hioultWi hi terved it this particmlar, as without it
it mtrn uniler nlmnost any circumustances is an inpos.
'rie person should be kept on a wholesome and
nutritious diet, nnl nil the Medicines continued
ummiil tthly has restored to it h natural Quantity
of itktth andm mtrenigth.
T wis mtyseifcured by this treatment of the worst,
kinit of ('aonsumptitn, andm have iivedl to get fat and
hmearty tmteno matny years, with onme lmnmg mostly
gonie. i imnv curedi thousaintim slince, amid very
inamy have been cured by this treatnment whom I
have naever seen.
A bout lihe Firstof Octobter I expect to take posses
sini oif myi nowv bnildinig, at the Northeast (lor'neir of
itixtht andm A reh itreets, where I shall be pleased to
give tutivit'e tam mali whmo may requmire it.
Fuli lcilrectionms accomipany all my Remedies, so
thmat am personm in army pa~rt of the world can he
renily cured by a strict obiservance of the ame.
J. U. SCUENCC M4.1).
Sir .Tanies Clark's Female Pills,
Theise livnlmiablo Ptiils are unamfailing in
thme cure of all thoso palunful atnd dangerus
dlisensst to which ithe female constttutonm Is
subject. Thley moderate all excesses and
remnove all obstuctions, from whmatever
To Marriedl Ladies,
theoy are particmlarly suied. 'Ibhey will In
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regmihimity ; andmt alihoutghi very powerful,
comi atn nothIinmg hur fmul to the conmsi itul ion.
in all ens~es of' Nervouis amid Spinal Affec
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tigmue on slghiexerilion. Palpitation of the
iloitrt, hlysterics tind Whites, t hey will ef
feet a cure when all othier means havo fall
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It. Is the fate of every truly valuablo
medicine h o be counterfeled,. Job Mioses'
Sir Janies Clark's F.emals Pills are exien
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All othere arc worthless, Dishionest Drug
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