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The Fairfield Herald.
E' JRR ' Wr~ElDvESD./1Y.
How Indians Culch Eagles.
The son of a physician of Dubuque,
who is now stationod at Fort Buford,
Daeotah Territory, has written a
long letter to his father giving some
interesting items with regard to the
Indians. An extract is appended :
rhe campI of Indians which we visi
ed were chiefly engaged in eatching war
eagles, to make head dresses. They
have a wooden lodge built in the
camp where the medicine ceremony
necessary to catch is performed. No
woman is allowed to enter the lodge.
They can come to the door and hand
in provisions, but must not erors the
threshold. You will not be allowed
to spit on the floor, and must set in a
certain position of the lodge. You
must enter and pass out at the north
door. Wash and I were let in to see
When a man goes to trap the eagles,
lie first goes to the medicine lodge,
and is not allowed to go to bleep until
midnight ; he then cats a little and
sleeps until the morning star rises.
lie, with his comrades, then goes out
to the traps without food or drink, and
they set all day in the traps watching
for the eagles. At night they return
and enter the medicine lodge, and at
midnight only do they eat and drink,
and break their long fast of twenty
four hours' duration. They then are
allowed to sleep until dawn, when
they go out again, and stay four days,
during which time they have food and
drink four times and have never en
tot o I their own lodges or spoken to
their friends, unless such as may be
trapping with them. After the four
d-ys are up, they go back to their
lodges, lean, and tired and sleepy, and
sleep and eat and hunt deer until
they are able to try another four
da3s' trapping excursion. The
eagles are brought alive into the
camp, and after some ceremony the
tails are pulled out, and they are let
go to grow another tail for the next
year. 'he trips consist of a hole in the
ground covered with sticks and grass.
A (lead rabit, fox, or prairie chicken
is tied to the top ; the eagle Swoops
down and fastens his claws into it and
tries to fly away with it, but, the lo
dian who is concealed in the hoh..)
puts out his hand, catches the eagle
by both logs, hands him into the
Lola and tits. him. He then fixes the
top and waits for another eagle. We
saiw one man there who had cautght
six eagles in one day in this way.
They say if they do not hold fast
and do their medicine properly the
eagle will get one of his claws loose
and tear their hands. Some have
had their hands ruined forever in thi,
way. If a man does not catch an
eagle during the day, he is obliged to
mon anld cry all night ; we could
hardly sleep with the noise made at
night, by the unsuccessfel hunters.
Mr. Wendell Ph:llijs inas mnie
another speech, under the et:a.ge ol
Gen. Butler, which he closed in this
joyotis and yrio strain :
"T[he reason why I support the Re
publicna party is that, to my utter
surprise, to may utterable surprise, to
my indescribable delight, to my re
lief, I have at Inst found a party that
is wtiling to excente all the laws that
are given them. It is for that reason
that I say 'Long live Ulysses Grant!
May le contintue to be Pre~i 'ent f~r
the United States until every white
man over 40 years of age who lives
saudh of Masons and Dixon's line has
le forever put in the ground."
There you have the programme.
The late Emperor Naipoleon, the most
remarlkable duneo wuho ever talked
politics, used to say the United States
would soon become an empire. Mr.
Phillips proposes to start us on that
road by making Grant President of
life, for there are hundreds of thious
ands of Southerners over fort y who
will outlive him. If Mr. Phillips's
words ever meiant anything, they
would mean that. ie merely want
cd to say something startling and
bruttal, andI will not remember to
moirrow that he said it. But what did
New-Enigl and people mean by ap.
phoig such a suggestion ?"--N. Y.
flow Naipoleont Is Annoyeid by Bores.
It is said that Napoleon Ill. finds
it nio easy task to pet sea air rind
ucene at lie sin e lirime, Ie went, a
shnort tinse ago to BLmngor, anid hadt to
le av.e it on nceenut of being conrrtinnl.
ai y mobbed by thme curious arnd vul.
gair [He and the Em press are iiow tat
lirightoun : ut they can never appear
ini puthe withoiu t lbeinrg inst anmtly sur
ronndi.ed by gazers. Evecn at theI
Uriti hI A ssoinlatior n mertinog, the other
thy hey were not exemitpt from in
')ae(r takeni , their seats than thre
'.yar apj nared, amid first iintrodued
se *j eatn to the..i Ioa.0~. lien e the
clergy mraiinak, "WI:o givenh thi.,
woen i to lie nm:rrie'' to thiis ni.ian ?'
replied, "WVelh, air, 1 iam elied to
do it, alt hough it goes agini' the
yrain. I wanited her to marry Bill
Lliouser who is worth twie the nr
(y o' that crc man.'
Chicago has a dog whieh unties
horses hitod to posts, then jumps
into the buggy and barks until they
The greatest want of the 1 resent age is
men and women, healthy and vigorous in
mind and body. The continued headaches,
nervousness, and varying ailments which
inplict women are generally the resutlt, of
imperfect action Of the steomch anti other
vital organs. Dr. Walker's California Vin
gar Bitters, being composed entirely of
vegetable substances indigenous to Califor
ia, may be taken with perfect safety by
he most, delicate, and are a sure remedy.
,orrecting all wrong action and giving new
rigor to the whole system.
Wolls' Carbolic Tablets
F or Cou~ghs,Colds and Hoarsent'ss.
These Tabets present the Acid in Cota.
Jination with ol her efficient remedies. in a
3opulae for the cure of all Throat and Lung
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he Throat are immediately relieved and
itatenents are constantly heing sent to the
iroprietor or relief in ooee of Throat diffi
:ulties of years standiI.
Oaulution. DsLit be deceived by Worth
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or the U S. Send for Circular.
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Persons living at a distance from New
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getling exactly what he orders, and no
more. The funds to pay for goods ordered
can he sent by drafts on New York, Post
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will, if desired, send the goods by Express,
t o "coilert on deliv'eri."
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P:!es and kindre.l dis'ases to aid in wveak,
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Dr,. cAil's E xtract of Jurubeba
rnin .'11...m chinol vost , t.-enlar ,
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ltc':vs Pielons. Putsi ules, Canker, Pinm
'Take Jutrubeha to elennee, purify and re
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ilare you n~ llyg'eptic Rtimeh ? Unless
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of Blood(. D~ropsieal Tendency, General
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Tlake it to asnist Digestion without reac.
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tendency to inflammations.
Have you weakness of the Uterine or
Urinary Organs ? You must procure instant
relief or you are liable to suffering worse
Take it to strengthen organic weakness
or lire becomes a burden.
Finally it should be frequently taken to
keep the system in perfect health or you
are otherwise In great danger of malarial,
miasmatic or contagious disenses.
JOHN Q KELLiIOGG.
18 Platt St., N. Y., Sole Agent for U. S.
Price One Dollar per Bottle. Send for oir
NOTICE 10 DEBTORS.
HE undersigned having sold out their
entire interest in the Bar, Billiard and Ros 4
taurani Saloon, to Thomas W. Rabb, find
it necessary to close their books. All pe.
sons knowing themselves to be indebted, 3
are earnestly requested to come forward
without DELAY and settle up (if not. with I
money, by note,) n the business of the
firm must be closed. The books will be
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a-sorment of Dry Goods, Ladies Dress
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Also fresh Groceries, hIacon, Flour,
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Tea, Syrups and fresh Kerosene Oil.
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A. F. GOODING,
rKEEP constnntly on hand extra fine
.K Kentucky Horses and Mules. P'nrmies
in want of good stock will do wvell to give
mec a call.
In connection with my Tlivery Sta'ble. I
have .tpened a t'arringe, lluggy and Wag.
on Factory. All woik nently execataed and
warranted, Give mue a call.
.BOOT A ND SHOE
M a '.u.-' Ta O 't O ' "y.
IIA V'NG procuaredi the
very best Mechanies in
the country, I feel war
ranted in aying that I
can furnish as neat DlOOTL
or 8110E as any Shnp
in the South. All work
warranted to give satisfact'on. My Shop
is next door to F. Oerig's Saddlery.
mar 19 8. M. GILBERT.
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ody who has used it for Fits, never hnving
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y Biso's Pir~t- lr -sts
or rails to aeiro. It is preparcl expressly
-o cnre fihe Piles, aind noting els?. Sold
)y all Druggists. Price, $1.00.
A GFsTS WaAN -Agents ranke more
mony at work for us than at anything
lse. Business light inil per manatent Par.
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2 Car leads White Bread Corn,
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100 bushols Boltpi Nical,
50 barr'els new St. Louis Flour,
100 sacks new Augusta Flonr,
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30 barr'els Sugar lionso Syrup,
10 Boxes Fresh Cheese,
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Pickled Salmon and Shad,
I'onminy, Rice, &a'.
English Crackers, assort ed,
English Pickles, assorted,
Pv lo Mod in, teelI rn Nils MleI
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- - 4." UOS
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A good supply of Cassitneres, Linens,
Cottonr.des. Clothing and 11t1 for Men
And Boys, as well as an unusual largo nd
dition to their stock of Fine Shoes and
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Paints und Medicines.
A benutiful sfok of Wall Paperiag,
Window Shades. &c.
The Inspection of the Publio is Invited.
I Car load White Corn,
I Car load choice White Seed Oats,
I Car load F'our, including all grades,
Bacon, Lard and llams, Sugar and Coffee,
Orchard, Blue, Clover, Timothy and Barley
Grass Sced, Pt.vrl Grist, Dngging rund Ar.
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LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
Hon..Jefferson Davis, Pres't.
Gen. Wade Hiampton, Vice Pres't.
J. D. KENNEDY, Sta.e Agant.
may 10-1y Local Agent.
EST ABLISHED 1859.
SI R ESPECTFUL LY in.
W innishoro and F'airfield Diet rict, that I have
on hiandl a full assort ment of Watch.
us. Jewelry. Clocks. Spectacle's, &c.. 11nd(
will sell nt I he lo~westt prices, annd would
re~spec fully ask the counitunance of thes
patr onage or my obil fi ends ani i ntome.r
-lry walk~ an-l haivi nlc~nyx a ge'w' , toek~ of
god rilrral in han'., .l m Il d i guaranmtee
Se cond dloor from Cl. imon'a tuice.
j A M.~ now prepared to gin1 and~ pack Cot.
I ton with disp tch at die lowest rates.
The patronage of the publio is solicited
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FLOUR 2FLOUR IFLOUR!
lIRECT from the ?Millls, a lot Extra and
if N. 1 FailyFlour at the lowest mar
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will find it to theIr Interest to call on
sur 1 nt .J. Mmo n A vtE
I Car load Corn.
18,000 11 a. Flour in barrels and sacks,
8,000 lbs. Bacon and Bulk Meat,
160 Bushels meal,
Sugar and Coffee, differeut grades,
A prime lot W I. Molasses,
1 Barrel Fresh Petroleum.
FOR SALE, BY
JB~EA.TfT & J3]IO.,
Hats of all Styles,
For Men and Boys. Just Opened.
I adies & Misses Sailor Hats,
My stock of Dress Goolas is of the neatest
ani best qualities, nnd is offered at
the Lowest Prices for the CASII.
S'. S. TO LFE .
A full Stock of LETI1l of nil kinds
now on lianid of our own maufaieture.
Wholesale purchasers especinlly requtested
to come and examine my stock which I
Now York Prices.
Shoe Makers Findings,
t nd( Thlread,
The highest prices paid for JHide~s, or ex
chamnged for Leat her.
0. RI. TihOMPSON.
CLOTHING 1 CLOT HING I
Best A ssortment in Town I
Cassimeres, Linens and Marseilles,
MORE GOODS COM.[NG !
NOW IS THE TIME
To get BAROA1NS, as it is Iato in the
BrinE the nash.
S. S. WVOLFE.
Charlotte, Columbia and Auxgust a
C2onvmnIA, March 2%, 18F72.
rp HE following Pnsweenger Schedle will
.1go into e tfoet on thtis lhend Otn and after
Sundaiy, March 31.
DAY TRlAiN--00iNGo NotTH!.
Leave Augtia, at. (1.45 a mn
"(Columbia. 8. C., 11.45 a ma
'' W.innsboro. 1 i2 p m'
" her r, 3 .'1 p mn
" Wt nshooh1 54 a mn
" Columbia l.15 p m
Arrive at Angneta C 15 p' m
4IrIHT TRAiN-GosNG NoaTHI.
Leave Augusta 6.30 p ma
" Calb mbia, 11.10 p m
" Winnsboro, 1.10 a in
" Chester, 2.30 a m
Arrive at Charlot to, 6.00 a n,
NIOInr 'RAN-00ING SOUTH.
Leave Charlotteo, 7.25 p mi
"Chester. 9 23 p m
Winnsboro, 11.32 p m
"Columbia, 1.49 a mn
Arrive at Augusta, 6.30 a mi
E. P. ALEXANDER, Supt.
B.U TDOnRY, Genet al Ticket Agent.
NEWS AND HERALD
H~ave~ lntely made large addIitione to their
And are now prepared to excute in ttuo
best sty les
As Cheap as can behad Anyi
Chiairs ! Chairs I
NOTIIE R lot of ''Georgin Chairs. man.
. fcurdto o'der fo'r us, of a very su
perior guntttity and finuishI Our t errny aro
positively Cash, and we hope nono will ex
poet ua to iset oni credit.. ',e .nu 10otido it.
at ourt presentI low prices Our profiis nro
very shea'rt. 'e thu liianl special att enilin
t)o u 1) ev mv it I -ur a icnd a n'ny not ho
"lffended whent we 'elnnuel the m ney for'
oli' g'dith. W e livile.alt nc u ou
I NE maore cesi of that fitne UNCY),OR
1'ID/APIN T/fA. which has given
suchl utniversal satislachiti wherever used.
Gjivo it. a trial.
feb 27 BEATY BlRA
Come at Last.
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Ituta Ilaga 'Turnip Seed, Flat Dutch Tturnip
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ONE Tierce of Sutgnr Cured Cannassed
Jiaums int store, and~ for bale low for cnsh.
.june 22 nDAry & nRO.