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rhe Fairfleld Herald.
EVERY W1J 1ESDAY.
Telts lust light It out.
WASINOTON, January 16.-tho
followiug dispatch from the United
States*Marshal at Austiu, Texas, was
rocived to-day by. the Attorney
General. '"T.he newly 'eleotod Go
vernor (Cooke) was inaugurated lat
night. Armed men are guarding the
approhelics to the iffices at the Capi
tol ; other armed ifion have possession
of the leglslatelalls ; amoodflidt-Sews
inevitAblo. A message f(oni .:you
may save Vus from this disaster." The
attorney-Goderal teplied *th&t 'he
could appeal to 'the 'pdrties 'to pea.
oeably aisjdst their drffioulti ei."Can
not 6omo ono negotiate a settlemont,
as I have uo power to interfe-re with
with force, nor have you any duty to
perforin in respect to the matter, ex
cept to pxert your mheral inftuebne.
The President has receuived another
dispatch from Govetnor "Davis, say
ina that under the constitution h can
hold his office until April 28th, and
that he is making preparations to
protrect (he officers, and asks for
military assistance. The policy ol
the government in this regard hai
not changed since the telegrams o
-Grant to Davis a few days ago.
The approaehing end of the tediouE
Tichborne affair has set the Britieb
public to thinking about the cost of
this extraordinary trial, and from
recent estimates it appears that the
Government has already expended
half a million pounds in prosecuting
the claimaut for perjury. Up to thij
time Tihbborne has cost, in judicial
salaries alone, ?25,000. The first
trial, in which the claimant waE
plaintiff, occupied one . year, and
hence the Chief Justice's salary,
X7,000, was expended on 6ho claimant,
The present trial has so far lasted
twelve -months. Ihence an expense
or .18,000 ; X8,000 'as salary ol
Chief 'Justice, and ?5,000 each for
the puisne judges. The most impor.
tant part of the expense is forunid in
the fact that the Urown lis taken u-p
the prosecution in the present -trial,
The abiest advocates at the bar have
been engaged, and the fees aiid t(
them are enormous. M r. Ilarvkins
is said to have received a retaining
fee of L1,000 on his brief, and also ic
be in receipt of a daily "refresher'
of ?50. Sei'jeant Parry is credited
with having been retained byl a :fee
of X753 and refreshed daily with
30. The three jxMior counsels arc
dismissed with "rotainers" of ?200
-and "refreshers'" of .10 to each
The witnesses, numbdring aboi't ont
hundred and fifty, have been broughl
from diitant parts of the world, and
their expenses can scarcely be ex i.
mated. -Several of them ar'c ko in
to have reocivod ?1,000 to induc
them to leave their homes, aparl
from their daily expenses while ili
England. To dettroy Luie's evidon't
-thousands of pohunds wete expendal
on a commission to this country, ani
a few thousands morein prosecuting
inquiries throughout Great Britain
All these expenses have been incurro
'in prosecuting the elimant, so tha
the disgust of the British public a
finding that his defence is near a
expensive to them -is -no matter o
Yin the easoeof tto vs. Cyru
'Clarkson, .(colored) indicted fo
grand larceny, in stealing cattle
tried yesterday in the Court of Gen
oral Sessions, the ,Jury, composed 0o
-colored men, bro'ught in a verdict o
"not guilty," contrary to o'torwhelm
iny and conclusive evidence of the
a'itt of the prisoner.-No one upon thi
Jury was able to write the verdict
and the Judge ordered the Clerk o
the Court to enidorse it upon th
record, and the foreman to make hi
his [Ffnor then commented upoi
the conduct of the Jury Comiision
era in drawing meon grossly illiterat<
and incompetent to serve as Jumry
inen, rehuked the Jury for theil
total diercgaird of all law and evi
donco in the ease, ordered that theil
names be stricken from the Jury list
and that the Sheriff furnish twent'
four mna of intelligence and intogri
ty, frein which another Jury mnight
be selected, lie expressed his regrel
that under the law the veidict ruus
stand, arid that he was unable to sol
Tlhis conduot of Judge Carpente,
cannot be too highly commended
Some such vigorous and fearlesa ad
ministration of justice is needed t<
check the unbridled p~artizasnshuip o
some of out- public ocfeers and th<
shameless disregard of all obligationi
shownt by many who are called to ac
as jurymen and witnbsses in thi
Courts.- Camden JOur'nad.
The Tichborne olaimait, who I
thought to resemble Trwood in mnoM
as well as in peson, has now app
rently a prospect of continuing the
piaratell by being sent to jail. Thm
whole defence of his dounsel has bdoc
based on the idea that lie is ta seoun
drel, and the prospect is that tit
jury will caine to the conclusion tha
the scoundrel is guilty of perjury als:
for which lie is b'eing tried.
The elaimiant's stock payabl
when ho is recognized as the
lawful heir, is said to be no longel
Professor Goldwin Smith, In
spoeh beforA thes congress of tradei
unions at Sheffield, England, or
Wednesday night, advised emigra.
A Parisian merchant purobasoi
.-6,000 worth of Jewelry in Londor
recently. Oin hi- jounrny home h4
was Joined by a young man, who
after a shoit disuer&.ion on the jtliq
evils of sei-vicknoes, offered hilt
What be called real Havanas. Th<
uierobant took a cigar and commeno
ed smoking it %vhen he at once be.
caiune .insenblo. Oa rooovering he
fouild'hle was at Dover, tnd 'tbat hii
jewelry and aecqudintaleo h'ad 'disap
A gdht'enan Ahowod us his tai
receipt inI 48,1'or'fifteou cents, au<
in 1873,it was twenty-four dollan
and seventy-five cents on, one hun
drce atid seventy.five aros of land
A Tarfo Ildute 1dryrgoods clerk is
said to bo'sdlim, and his head a<
shurp, th .t he slipped a rubber tiy
over his poll-and-atVoiided a rVceni
masqu6rade bAll as a leaid-pencil.
The pictures sketched by -Nast a
his lectures bbcone the property o
the young man who arssists the artis
in the arrangenent of his paper, - &0
The youing uan takes tho'pictures a
pay for:his services, and front thei
sale he deriveg-iis incoine, dispoginj
of them at one dollar' ftch.
While tlthottiv. - Mr. Guinar'd wa
delivering tiio funeral surfides ove
the grao of the nfuidered man, Mr
Horsey, the premises of the ministe
were sot on fire and totally destroy
ed.- Orangeburg News.
"Bobby, why don't your mother
sew up your iroutsers'' 1" C" use shte'
down to the vestry 'owing for tli
-Mr. B. F. Crayton, one of tli
most sucoessful stock growers o
Ahderson' Codunty, has raised a wiitt
Chester hog which weighs seven hun.
dred and fifty pounds.
O*ie of the first business principles to
act upon, is to make all purchases direct
fron ti.e manufiacturors, Iltis saving large
sums of muondy. For this reason we advise
'ur realors to purchase their Windows,
Doors, iitinds, &c., froim Messrs. . if.
HALL, & Co., 'Chdil'esfoi, S. C., whc
luttve it the Factories, combined benelite
derived fron materials in first hands,
skilled workmen, latest improved machin
cry, and th'ro'igh eystematic nanagenent.
All widtOwt. glared with good clear glads
They at'e niso Agents for Asbestos' floor.
ing elt. Try it and you will be pleaser
with its durability. Send for -prido flit
.Oft%'PtaD fllANOS, face, tough skit
pinipls, ringworm, salt-rhtum and oithe
cutancous affections cired, and the 3kir
madIe soft ni i si oothi, by using the 'trir
'--. ' ' 'riale '4 by C'awell, Iizar
& Co.. N w York. Lie certain to get th1
Juniper Tar Soap, as there are many imi
tItions made with cotmon tar wlych 'ar
NE WV ADVENISISEWUNS.
Wentwbrth's Kley-ring and Check com.
bined. Ger. silver sample 15c. Circular:
free. Stafford %I'f'g co. 66 Fulton at., N. Y
I' Agents wanted. Samples een
U 00free by mail, ivitih terms,
clear from in to $10 per 'day. Addres
s N.11i. Whbite Newark N. J.
Jhe A week to agents. Fa-ten ael
Q)( ling aeticles out. Thrtee ailtua
bte i-aples for tent cents.
J. JBRiDE, 707 Broadway, New YorkI
e The Il~aic Comb Sent by mtail i
r any one for $1. Will change any cohorte
hair to a permanent black or brown an
'cotins tie pois-on. Trade supplied ni
- low rates. Address, MAGIC C0.\i1 CO.
I' Spritngfeld, Mase.
00UGII8, COLD IltRSNESS,
AND |A LL TilRlOAT D)iSEAeE,
Wells' Carbolic Tablets
PUT UP ONI.Y tN ntt.UI B 'XI~5.
A TRIED) AND SURE REu'MEDY
Sold by all D)ruggisms.
,) a (f A year made with ru
. U)\~ splendid comnbinati<.r
prospe tus It represents sample page:
'& styles of binding of 50 int ensely int
r est iug anid tuseful books, that .sell in ever
family. Best thing ever tried by Cavat
sers. Agemits wiantted to amake permtanent
butsiness on these Works. Send $1.50 ft
Prospectias, the only outni needed, chmoos
territory and cormsne at. once, Fo
-I Ilust rated Circulars and Liberal Terit
address JOJIIN E. POTTER & CO., Pute
Da. . P. Frra.-noing swore, says, I graduated a6thl
tintverst tof P.nn'a ia t85 and after 50 year.' expertec
raed r. Ditler's e. etableflheupsaati
ru uaatit aa inaisbte ourefor Neil-, Etd
f e n oawogee ora to thias rt 157
WeOhler~ YSnverebre andw satIafrazmr teuri'
) .ev.hosMtera P~hilRvol
B Mi, ~aford.N4.Re bre em'ja.tRez
. Psnhl6 gaaneogaran I
Thte Highmest Medical Authorities o
liulope say the strongest Tonic, Pturifte
antd Deobstruent, known to the medli
ItMirests decay of vital fore~s, ekthnitio;
of the nervous systemn, iresitoi-es vigor I
the 'lolibltated, oltbahses vitiated blood
removesi VM 3 obstiuotions tand acne
directly Un the jLivoiuand Spleen. P'rico $
3 a bottle~ John Q. i-,'LOGG, 18 1Phat
L Sta, N.Y Y,.....
Dr Sar's Spleoures Dy ia
Liver Complaint Constipation, Vomn~tl
Food , Sour biomacht, Water Brash
Hieertburn, Low spirits, &o. In thirty.
Av er ee falling to cure the mosi
obstnat eaes.sold by dauggists goner
ally Montstor& Drioo, .' genta for
Winnosboro 5. 0. Depot, 146 Elith~ St.,
N4 Y. Ciru.... mlno on applic.t..
IC 0111Y KiWi Medicine
THAT AT TIIX HAMI T3I-s
Purges, Purifies, rnd Strengthens (he
Dr. Tntt's'liillS Aire conj po'sel oC ninny
Ingredi<;nis. l'romil net I impg them I-e
*ni'sinrilla inid Wild Vheri'y, 4.. niteel as
to act. logelter ; the one, titiroli its m".
ifixture wit oilwr st I seniies, pu1riIN'li g
and purging twhile %V ie other sitntstices
s puiinig andu urin~g :while i uth ldi'r jN
.4treleIthenI ng 1111' Sysin. E~ 'e
Pills are at i he :tut I imie a tImic il a
cathartic. a demilleri t-; t o-L -we ' t b y :I
medical men. iut ieveii liefrore !i.eve
'In other words, they di lie w -h of t,
medicines anti d. it ni b't11 r':1:111 aiu-.
two we'kino w o'. fti tby II., ' nitlve uhg
from (he -ysit blul in -m-iiies, Fo il't,
hile they purge they also !'re'nthen and
lence they caust no debilit; antI are fij!
howel by no reaction.
Dr. Tutt's 'ills lmarin won.. t i til it.
enc on ihe blood. They ni .ily j.n ifIy
without weltkening it btil IlIy re inove al
noxions particles frismn the ethy*r, b-fire it
is collverted iiito tiii l, an i Ins minkes im
Tdie loid an ttoe: 1iie.pshiiility. A .
there is fio 'lebilitation, so Ilivi is no
naacti or sicki'ess uttetiding lie tp'r: ion
r of this most. excullenut iledicinlo. whieh
nd r strit'bus (ir tortures the ligestive
orgaus. but causes them to work in a per
efotly nat unri iminer : henco person- in
.,ltig thin do n<t becom e pale a nil etnrein.
le d, but on Illh contrary. wihite till inepari
r ties are being removed, the eoinbined aac
I1'6, bf (lie. S proilarilla and Wild Cherry
r pur[fies anid iivigorat -s the body, -nil it
roboust Mtate of health is ihe restult of
their united action.
l'rioe 25 cents abhox. Snld by ifli Drug.
gusis. Deiot -18 :..'oritlidt St. N. Y.
Dr. Snagets ua.
cures by its mii, heal
n proklntiesto ,wiiic
III disease ylis
- .when (ho systemn has
becr pit in porfect
order witi Doctor
Pierce's I 'oldoni
Medical DIscovery, which thould
betaken earnestly to correct blood and
system, which are always at fault, also
to act spcliflcally, upon the diseased
glands of the nose and its chambers.
tarrth Remedy should be appiuled with
Dr. Pierce's Nasal Douchewith
which medicine ennl be carried Ai m up
andeperfe llaplied to all parts of pas
sages and hambers in which sores and
ulcers xistand from which dischargo
proceeds. Bo stuccessalt haisthis course
of treatment proven, that th proprietor
offers $500 Howard for a came of
isold in He'ad 11or Catarrh which Ito
cannotcure... The two medicine-s with
Instrument;, for $2, by nil druggists.
.ron in the Blood
MAKES THE WEAK STRONG.
Who Pruvia y aProtec
ed Solution te Protoxide of
Iron, is so combined as to havo
the character of an aliment, as
'easily digested and assimilated
- with the blood as the simplest
food. It increases the quantity
of Nature's Own Ytalizing
Agent, Iron in, the blood, and
cures "a thousand ills," s inpl
by Toning up,Invigorating an
Jitalizing the stem. Ti7e en
riched and 'vitalized blood per
Sneates every part of the body,
refialring damages andl waste,
-searching out mnorbid secre..
Lions, and leaving nothing for
iease to feed upon.
'ia is the secret of the wuon.
'derfull success of this remedy in
-curing Dyspepsia, Liver Corn
plaint, Dropsy, Chronic Diar.'
rhoa, Boils, NervousAffectionsi,
tChills and 'evers, Humors,
Loss tof Constitutional Vigor,
Diseases of tho Kidneys. and
Bladder, Female Complaints,
and all diseanes originating in
a bad state ofthe blood, or ac
companited '4 debility or a lowo
state ofthe a stem. Bein~g free
from Alcoho in any form, its
energizing eeets are not fol
lowed by corresponding reae.
tions but atr perinanent, infu..
sin strength, 'vigor, andl noe
lieinto all parts of the system,
ndbuilding tip an Iron Con..
Thousands have been changert
by the use of this remedy, from
.ueak, eickly, suffring ereat
eures, ?6 wsrong, healthy, and
happynen and women; and
invalis cannot reasonably hes.
6Uate to give it a trial.
r See that each bottle has P ERU
VIAN SYRUP blown in the glass.
SETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Proprietors,
No. 1 M~ilton Place, Boston.
BOLD 3T DRUlOO3BTs GENERALLT.,
VER fY io know (hint I hv ut
reeived a full assortmenit of
R1 (I A NI)1ES!
Canned 0o >ds,
at the nkery of
.S. LN~ # R&2
iro oiTffring a Cxticincly low Iprices
Iesct licoes 10 celt , l)res( .a4ol,, 'n'
'(REAT BA Rt0 A INS
lothing, 'iuots and Sh o'er' Rleddiced to
REMEMBER THE FIRM,
S. Laudecke'r & Co.
I8 NOW 00MPLLTE.
) wing to the financial Strin
gIncy we will sell our
GOODS at the bw
est l)iies for
INOW IS YOUR l'lM1
(lURL STOCK EMBR.CES
Dre'ss GIoods of ifl kiinds,,
IN GHUNAT VA\RflCTY,
PBleached and Browvn I Ioniie
spuhlis. ReadI(1y llnade
(3LO'1' i N G.
JOlIN C. SQUIERL & C0.
DONT ASK FOR CREDILs
Pay the CASII an-l 1
WeT have close~id)r Rhoks.
All pesn inldebtedI MUHif~
c01110 foi wvarl fnd settle at
.J. C. SQUJIEll & CO.
Livery and Sale
ze4i STABLE'. *'R
A. F. GOO DIIN G,
[RiGEP constantly on hand extra fine
I K entuacky llorses andl Mules. Partio
in want of good stock will do weoll to glve'
mae a onl.
In connection with my Ivcry Stable,
lhave opened a Carriage, Iluggy andl Wag
ynb Factorit. All work neatly executed ant
wvarranted, Oive ma a oall.
~8 again oponed for th'o Adoomniodadlon
1.of the traveling and boarding publie.
r'ablo supplied 'with the best the country
iffords, and no care or oxpenso hhall be
apared in~ making my guests comfortable.
livo me a trial.
A. A. MloriIs,
nov 1 3. nm P..o.,..etor.
PROAPT NE'TJLiEN NT Il
A R S indebld clio Il he ni ,
ellher L.y no es or oit 'econ
areci N O lt l re-Ifctis t o coinii If
wvard a1ndl Hetile their indebitedne3. Tho!
rernaining insettled on the 1s-t or 11ce,
heril'Xt, will be placed in the hawnds ofi
At .oricy, anid their esie 'tion forced 1
[he iail legal couir..
Cotton will be received at rn:irket pric
or held utitil 'btter prices prevail.
This noticeis final, and r bc intecrst,
W1llctive mi1one1y by Iecedinig It.
T. it. I iO BEit N
S TOE !
J. M. R. MOORE & CO.
NEXT DOOR TO
John 0. Squier & Co.
L ADIES DffR ES:
AND UND.ERW EAR.
BOOTS, SHIOES, IIATS AN
CLOT'HING, UIM BRELiALlS
. TR UNKS CROCKE1 RY.
\YA R &c., &c.
A fino lot of chewing tobacco tu
Cigarac conceted lcy alli to
bo theo best ini T O\W N.
CAILL ANID EX AMINE FOR~
YOUR SEIV E ~S.
'Car Loa ci llacke Oatc,
1 Car Load Corn,
1 Car L~otid Floti--all gradt',
X Car Loadl Meal,
I Car Load White dais i.0 arrive ini
NeW' Orlensif Molasses, Sitgar, Blao
iamas, Lard, Bagging an~d Tice,
,l'l it. L N~l iT
A Boarding and Day School for Young
MRls. E. E.. mooRE,..
M188 SALLE ROt;INSON, l'rincipals
oAllt) OF TitUSTEFs.
Hion. W.'R. lk i'li~t V 1SoN, l'resident.
Col. J. II. 11104, 'i. U. E0,i.1OTT, Esq.
('apIt JAs9. JIh !fY ' Ca pt S. B. ( ,o.0*N;v,
J. U. M[CCANTS,-EAq., G. 1 1. McIo.Nl,%TKa.
For Iigher binnmebes,ihu'E .Ih
.41gng H per F:<;vm 0-oq,,.
For int, rmindiaitu casses, Peri
Sion, . $S.
B'oir-li '. par im-tih. i 11udinog'Vvth
ing. fuel itlid lighis, per oi , * 1t
T( rmils dfiy noet-1qu -e1 Orly' in i dvanuct
R E C E~ I V E D1
ONE Cai' Load Hay, 'diw
'0C6r L61ad Flomr, Assorted
Grades, Co'n and 0as1, ,Jea]
a .1d 6 ,Suigar nId (Gof e',
an Gi t :111 1- 1
Bging and T ies-, Bacon and
Lari, LOW FOR GASII
BE: 4TY & PRO.
FALL AND WINTER
ID I Y GO C-) ]D S
DANNENBERG & CO,
N EA R POST O FFICE.
We Are lnow prep-irh( Io close ont our en.
tire sitock, re'gaille Iss of coel. as we
in ust innie c oon. Ifor .ur I ileW a iiockI
,you aill he adIvantalges ibat.
-possibly can hec oler.
edi in ordler to0
. eose out our
IN AI.J. J.lNIiS OF
fl9i F E R E f
fannenbrg~ & Co.
CALL .AND) SEE FOR
Eareo ilow roreivinlg our I'alI ajn
-t Winie Cltock, iv hi ch wil b e full andi com~
Iph-ie in a short timei. TIodks anud im pli
menits for thei Planter, tho Mechianic, (1h
Smnith And Wood. Workiha'n. L'ent hers
Chi rins and Rope of all kinds, Bl):llance
llorso and Midle Shca W'do'dl iihd Ti,
W~ares, Wagon and1( Buggy Mateials, &c.
On hand andi to arrive. We hlave two ton;~
of Ctut Nails on handi.
at nico lot of (lroceries, emrcingi,
Spces, llams, Lard,
ice, I1sh, tCheese, Crackers,
Tobacco, Soaps, Candles and Starch.
All Low for the Cash
Ilagging and Tios to arrive soon.
J. M. GALLOWAY & C
.FOR SA1At BY
.-ILL I C1sons indebted to us for the -
year 1873, inu-t sottle by tih 26thj f
VE, NOW OFFER
Dress Goods, Clot hing, Shawls an d
Blaeti s, at groat. Bargains,
All other styles of Goods at
reduaced P IctE,3
PaIrties ei',. in i p.treh 'i 1 i c
w'eli .- I. q .1 1,L ,
Withers & Dwight.
I Car lon.I Liverpoot! y racuse .)
(I tacks G1round Salf,
B) Boxes So.ap In srtt ed,
BhXLe- A 1la1111ntine .Candl: Iey
2 loxes Starch,
I T'cree Ilic..
I TIierce Lard,
B3 EDATT B EcO
NESS SHAD! !
FINIC lot of' Fresh Oirocories, just,
receivsd by Jolhn D). Alc('arley., consisting
id of 2! bhls. No I . Al ess Shad,
2 '" Salt ferring,
2 lbhIs. No 1. Mlackerol,
2 bbls. No. 2 "
5 dlozeni Kits No. 1, 2 anad 3,
Also a lot of Condensed Cod lishi foi
a amiily use, wich I can rec'oi'end front
experielOnce. Coffee iad Sulgar of all
GIradlos, Lartd. Blacon and IIlamns, N. C. ~
Aounitain Hht tier, Cheecse abd ('rack ers of
---ill kindls, Meali, Ilorninty a nd Floutr of thei
best gradeis. Also Canned Gnoods of all
kinds, Oysl ers, Canlned Pench es andI P'ino
A pples, Tfornatnes Catisup,' Sa-d ine s, and
Ameirican Cluib FishI. E very thinhg t hat can
he had tan a first *clas~o (hrocory, andi also ai
line lot of Leak's Tlw i.,t Tobacco, 1,(006
Figaro Cigars and afhcir gradeos, anid htest,
oh nil. consttatly on hiandi ihea eniiality
of L~qutor's thiat ern it b Iad.. NathItan's
Cabi net, lhurke's, Rye, andi Lynchburig
flye, Nclsott Co., ltenItucky Rye, that endl
g itot be excelld. Com'6 andit try for' *oui:.
seve and be y'our own judge.
John D. Mc~arIeg,
It E C E I V E O
1). L.\UIDE lRlA LEH'S,
LI t f e heal varieties o'f I'otahoeq, co'n.
sw.iintg of 1-:arly Rose. htit-k Eve, litck
Eye, G oodrich anrd Peach iloornts,
A iesli Anpply of Garde needs, and
SOntion hnt I ons, all of wich will bo sold
lowy for CAShl.
SUGAR AND) COkFFEE I
-~ BBlL. Powdered Sutgar.
151 bbls. (Urnshed, Extra C. and Doma,
rara Sugars, Prim, Rio Coffee, In stors
atid for sale by BE ATV & BRQ.