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THE FAIRFIELD HERALD
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WINNSBORO, S. C.,
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f'oligress oil the Taxpayers' Memorial.
WAsINoToN, D. 0.. April 24.
The Houso ausb-judiciary . committen
held a brief coniultation to-day on
14th. Carolinta matter, ad pot-joied
tin nloti;an Until lnext. 1\l onday. Tihe
'iK':*!ject otf the Taxpayorn' meumoria
xcites the grave consdoratjion of the
.ub cotuioittee, who will rcihport in
imformity with tho magn itidi of
Slihe interests domed to be . in vo ved.
The it.1ueince wrought lly the airgu
merits of' the taixpa)crs. is felt. inl
g.overnment circles outsido of the
jPdiciary committQe', and is daily
i:rowing more potential, 1s i evidene.
ed by the gravity with whith the sub.
ject is being considervd. It, is no
I iceablo that the deposition to *ift
the complaints of th mIemoria!istm
Wnd theS a, swerS of the StatO Otlioiais
very clos ly aceula tes forceo evory
timo iho suijoot comes up for con
sideratoi, though the solution ro.
Mains imolvod in appareit inmpene
rable obicurity. The hoinest ,tiympa.
hy, and, so tar as possible, the co
peration of all riih t-thinking peoplo
oa authority here, sows to bo going
tut towards the oppressed victims of
:aisrule, not only in South Carolina,
'ut in ol:0r scctionis ot the South.
After awhilo we hopo people will
learn to let Local Editors ulone.. It
is it fact not generally known, but as
a class they are thu most dangerous
men in th world. Ve have pub.
lishied several accounts recently of
"rash, intruding 'fool h eing dono
to dcath by their Eanguinairy tiniols.
We havo now to chronicle not i.er
tragicoccurrence of a similar nature.
Mr. J. W. jamvins, Lo.tIEditor of a
Vicksburg paper, hiving published
on article on one. Mr. ToI Tulkins,
which the latter considered offensive,
he sought the omleiline& scribo, and
ated his obectiolns inl a gontleian.
ly and at the same timo forcible
itnner bp punitctu ing his throat
fith a jiak-knife. The Local
pro:nptly.drew the handy revolver
from the rear pocket of his trousers
n'nd 0hot, the super-sensitivo inidividii.
Itl throngh the dii-luriagm. Uf cours
Mlr. Tulkinu has vacated his sepit at
the family boaid, auid hIs gvne to
that countitry where Licals ,do not
comlie and stabbing is unk linown.
S1,C11n ill peoplu lMarti that it is
dangerots to attack City Editor s.
and censo to Siort anld dalily wil
critain deith ? Does not discat.o fill
the celieteries rapidly enlough that
hien should foice cremation Oponi us
lly a rueklehs platronago of the r
pworoiia .re volve to 'hen at itn itt ttoe
ati uenaI-s in tIt loc11 ':olitiniii s uN1. ih
for ain1y reasoll tin:ty be uiipalt uble
21n tonc or stait ementt to gent leute oftii
the Toim'i Tuk ins' i insi on, lot
themi saty niothling untle ss theiy feei
like thankhing lleaven that, it .is no
worse. liut if, ii~ tuat ient of .t he
evils which they hatve, they detetr
mline to rush ont thers that they
know tnot of, let t hemt mtake tll hee
essaryl test amietttary . irrantdeinets
and hid1 art 1ffctionatte adiou to t her
famwily, for they shtalI .sure ly
p~erish !-- Chronicle df- .%ntint!:
N'otwithustantding tie muany elTor ts
made11 to preven~it the hevees u tceh
s urrounrd llaty ou 8 ira ftroi bire hio.i,
Sat urdl iityh itabot~i 7 t''c IliOk 1 t[,
IS'ee betwt~een Cal~tain. Reetd and
WhIit e, niear thle ra~i-roi.d de p.t, g:avet
way antd in ia few houts the towi
wvas coveted tdithi water. (On Sund1a,
at t hbout, I 2 o'c lock il , thie Ievee '!
ii theU rea ofi C. I hockects r'esidec wiOt e, t
also broken, aitd the watter, with feat.
fohit veoity, ciarrie'd nany t;mi.. h
buiilditngs, aid evetn ltarg' htout..
wre shaken fioti teir tloinidi 0ol.
iteg cough, JeCt bit few' fail1s hatt
nip to SuIindiay it ntoon, ittovied I rom
towni. A li seemetid to clinrg to theit
res1ieces, htopintg thai~t thIt watier
wou~tld not retachi their thIors ; but ini
tis tlicy weto iiiistuhont. Atd
o'clock r. si. $uitday, every .house in
llatyou Saraci had been invaded by tlke
--reamis of water pourintg in ireim the
Mlississippi. T1heo bedding anmd htouso
luold goods of all were floatinig ot
oarelessly toward thie foot of the hill
being drivel) thtero by the force o
tha water ent erintg towni. T1he cerie:
of wVomen~f antd chilieni tinrgled wvitl
that of dogs aind cattle, maitde itr
spene wich forced tars of sy'mpa.
th to flow fromt the ey*es o( all whic
behold th is scene of desolation.
Monday the .floors of miost of t<
buildings were fromn six to twenty
four inehuR under .water. TJho los:
of property is imionseii. Thousand:
of dollars in1 merohanidise, buildings
fences, etc., have boen. swept away
Business is at ati cnd for Bayou B3arat
for at least two nthls to come
BiII coupled with tlhis, and the tuos
serious thing is, that wIth the reced
ing waters, in suinmer, yellow amt
otper pernticious fevers will prevai
to a groat extent. To the the los:
of life will also follow that of proper
ty.-New Orleans ~ITncs.
A man fiv~f Ef ani l
bamna wsordered by then Ku-Kluj
to eae, utinstead osodoing he(
repnaiied and shotI tliree of them
is neighbors expressed teir 1grati
6t0111 Coollaneaws -
The Chester Building an4.. Loan
ABssociation was organized on the
Goo. W1. Williams, colored,. %In
killed in Riohlaud QountYhy at fAll
ing treoeqn, W ednepday last.
J, H. Davis was killed by 4 train
on tee Obartotte, Coluabia and Au.
gusta ltnilroad. oi Tburrday.
M r. Samnuel Rt. Todld, Jr'.ia promi
nent. eitizen of LaurobsvIllo, died on
the 15t inistant.
'Thrco granges woro organt.ed iu
Anideli.Ii Counity, laot week, at
B.-Iton, Williujuton and Storevillo.
liero.re now eightoon gaDgiS in.
the county. .
Mr. lUicard Walker, an Asheriff
of iaarnwull County, diedibon Tues
day, at his residence near Blackvillo.
Nr. George T. Roberts,jof I4uureus
Count3, wi.hi a torco of nine ans,
.mplit oie thou.aind . rails arid built
four thousand ,iaels of feno in oue
A colored niilitiamian, on his. way
to the iml uster at Edgelield Courthouse
oin Friday last, wias drowned in
Stovens Creek. 1lis COpat.i on1s
huried on to tdho muster, loaving his
An Eiglidb. oQmyntiy 'popoocs,
thrupjh Mr. .1. B. MeLaurin, . ot
Kershaw, the reclaiming of all the
Watereo Swamp, froui Cauden down
to the junction with the Con'gar'eo,
for cultivation, also to utilaire t~ho
immense (uaitity of tiibor no w
The mother of Chas, Sumner was a
womnan . of strong and heroic traits
of liraricter, aid those wh9 khow tier
best could trao In laio Seaiator's no
blest cliracteristies a direct inheri.
tanleo fron her: A few days before
her death, in .June,. 1861, a friend,
bout over her to receive her l.t iies;
Biage to her son, then at W ashington ;
the caught theaO words from the fall.
ing lips : "Tell him his country needs
him more than his mother does." lie
returned, however, instantly on ro.
ceiving tidings of her fataL' illnesi,
and had the satisfaotion of being
with her wYhien she died.
It. MEANS DAVIS, Ihditor.
Wodnosdai horning, April 0, 18'(4.
It may b'3 thought tha't h1o subject
of combinationi anad organization is
w rn threadbyre. '1he. mani'fest ad
vain't igsc, ot imited action have beeni
,'.op's fablle .f the dying man and
his bundle of Sticks ias been conned
over and uept. over by laz, school
boys in their littin hbru books for
centuries. The exumunplo of the Iloths
childs, in keeping the ir money to
get her and thus amasiNsing a gigant ic
foiatune, has beeii set forth, tinlo1 aid
a.g.ia, by fathers to their young prodi
Whilo the advantages 2 union are
known so wecll theoretically, it is a
lamencitaable faict that here in South
('aa liin, t hi- pa i acipilc is not put into
paraot ice. Speco ai.re made, edi
tori ls wi it ten--ail to tao puarpoj.
(Our people alt admuit,. tigt org sniza
toni isi~ lhe dutly of' tt.e hour, but aill
athameflaaly shbiek that duty.
Thle Iian.e to shDko un'poth has ar
ruedca. 'The er a of "asat erly iniac
tIvit3" has iaassed. A new epoch
muaasr. b~ iinauguiated. We. LUus
work earinestly aid iviork yigeir for
the iedemapuion of the S;tate.,
No gaod was ever ahived by
supineniss. Theo battle is naot to the
era.:, g sat to the active and s igiltant.
So fialy is tthis recognized in the
North, thiat party organizatibaa is
strie Iy kpt u p, howet !sna11 the
ioity may be. Iuio ,the Demio
ern.ts wereo in a miiaority, twenty years.
fastenadof hesin~g their organization,
year after year they battled with the
certaianty of defeat. 'i'he tweantieth
year gave them victory in, the ..elo
lion of Governor.Allen. Now [lamp.
shire and C'onniecticut are also evi
deuces of the facet that~ NrIj di-ciplinec
will wvork wvoanders even i'ni the face eh
odds. The Rtepublicans weroe
mioralized . I tad the minority been
wiihout organization they could n 't
have gained any advanitage.. lut
bei;:g thorougbly organized, they
marched in solid phialanxz, and over
camne all opposition.
In South Carolina, the taxpayers.
if uaited, can make a beld stanad,
either as a balanoc. of power, or as
principal opponents of the adn m is
tration. Let thoem organize. Tfhe
tax unions furnish an opportunity of
organizing. it is the .duty of the
people to embrace this opportunity
)Vhat is most oded in these
unions is the presence and active co.
operation of influential citizous to
give character to the organization,
and to satisfy the faint~ hearted and
desfnd'ent that its 9bjet will be
wise and practicabl3. No ptatriot
will be so salankh as to shir hi. duty,
ecatr thq bdqn. 9unjist golverh
nr es O aCavily Iufg hi poor.
r a r i He should be wilfilg to
paro eMohur or two of his v aluable
t Oid in efforts to save th;e
State and his fellow citizens from
rui. Let us then have full 6u16i4
representing all clpssep, 9,nd lot tltese:
unions '>6 earneA' i0 1heir work,
whatever that work may be. Ojole.
The Presidenm's Veto and Its,0o0ge-,
NoW that the President nas e'xqr
cised Iis veto power, and exercised it
in, tl1o fAeo aid against the.vilhes of
A m jrity of his party, it is iner
O'tingp t speclato as to the ea es in -
diacii'g him to -ike this.ep, and as
to t ucoGserqueieos ttg the country.
.1Th0 inflation measure helped the
jebor cla-ss bygIactiovlly sealing
the debt, 1t wstherefore supported
by the Vest and Siuth, who are deob.
.t0re to W all Street and Now England.
Bat capitalists bitterly opposed it,
claiming that contractioti is the tr'ue
solution of the financial problem.-.
ithstading this assertion, \\(all
Strcet boyled moro lubtily thani ever
whon it was discovered thit tho, bill
'would make country banki keep their
reserve in their oin vaults, insted
of wih their correspondnts, in Now
Xok, and thus a "contraction" of
$25,000,000, would- result in that
ent re. While tbe YaikeQes want. l
a limited amoun1t of cnrrenoy, they
want it ill inl their hando. The bill
was doubly obnoxious to thein; in first
making mkore nloney-, and secondfy
tiakinig frohi theu.
Hieavy outside aid inside pressure
wiis brought to bear on "le boro of
Appomatox." Thit hero lIke a well
balanced pendulum, vibrated between
assent and the veto. Oil on side
were the vim and audacity of t.hu par.
ty, But'or, Logan, 0 mserou, Morton,
and qther boon c opaidon, backed by
tht'o Vt and South-. Ona the other
the "bloated bondlieldcr.I'' vith their
tnoney .bg. . a perilous posi.
tion. lit G3rant knows that money
is king, that by a long purs6, voteo
can be purchased,,that nliim.ers avail
nothing igainst, capitatJ, ptid that
Vandeibilt, Gould and AbtOr are sa
for allies than ilitler, Morton and
Carpentor, especially hinee the
Grngers are after the latter m ith
sharp stioks. Who knows also but that
thoro may be another $2.5,000 lying
in soie vault subject to M.\rs. Grant's
order 7 Bat the President does'nt
like to hear such aceusutiots and we
will not inuke I li . lie that as it
Inay, thlle bill w as vetoed . The .lI'et
wenit wild. olchester iired off guns.
Wall Street laid a jubilea. 'I I ller.
aId went into a eontiptioi t- and dis
patched itnsai reportorms to itnterview
et cry bruker in thit citry. DUnton and
other cities were jtnbilanit.
,But the WVest is loud in its ,wrathI.
Qragt is coampared to Tiyler and dbo
nounged asi at tr,(ttor. lie is atcensedl
df hainitig so1ld '2oti to the bondholdersa.
I'Thrett ;atr fr.eul v olfared of sm) ish
itng the party inito hnitheI.r'netts, arid of
ttintg the Southi anid West in dead
Ily eit ttity' against the No ith. ID -mo
eraits ii t lii int, at the p rospeoct of
regainmi g the asce..deIoy.
As yet allI is e b os. I lit t ti signis
of lie times go t~o show that both..
parties tire mi .tlbund, atid if er' the
next elietiion will be d.'fainet. \We
of the South watnt a elntige. Any
ebtatte wtill beneftit us 1i that ghiast,
lipublic~anism' , is. k illmed wvithi its
or issate 5lonmg sintta de.il, but stjil
evohydi with powe'ifiul teff 'u blon ams
the ptCsentt paity otrganm..a ions eon.
inue', thenc wi 'ben thea. quoi'n is itnai.da
os e ofl rnnneri'al initertat ant comOtlt it
seniso, the Sonthi will .1 e ., itered to
eine r e ftn its piresentlt errd it ion
and ee' n.ore breathe the ft thl
air of liberty.
U omfortiiug WVords.,
The Sollt h ha beeni so tonig dow n..
troduden an d oppr a-et), o acenti toini.
to hear ab use tand vi ltientionlC fom
the Nocrtb, that -she can naLi' ely 're
ali ze the f'act thItat lead . ig j'.,urimalIs
tare begittr'ing ;rt List to view her s.i .'
unitiont witb IiuLprejutd.ced e3ye, -and~
to douo out to hKr .a few,:.ords .cf,
evenJts Iavt t woa.'-er fily..elhamtged pub.
lie sentimwent.,. VTuo lRadic.al party
whi ht..d been regamd'ed as the eom.ia
ing Messiaha tojiuntgtrlto a golden
era for the country hasi proveni itself
a bra::en irhpostdr'. Credit Riubilier
franids, cust oma house fratids, Craiu1N
of every descriptigar . at ho have.
revealed its true character to its con-s
stituents; and these cotnstituents dir
covering how they had becen deceived,
ate begintnintg to ingnire .whethor
R~ateal reports of tie stnecess of re
constroction and the crimes of rebel
lious K~u Klux, are niot manufactured
freom the same cloth sa the white.
w ashing reports of investigating c0m.
'eIe ppple of,the Soith are ga&i
ing the piablio er. eFotjr fifbeb of
th6.leudiO jourjxi ts d'ononeo 'rpon
stru4ltion as a monstrous sin, . As an
e'vidro'ee of the tenpor now display.
ed by leading 'newpapers that not
longsinco firmly backed the adminis.
tr1?neA it,,trarpioal'nehseres in
te Southern 5tateq, wo subjoin an
editorial frpm the Now.York Harald)
paper thit b~lt"e agct of al;
Wa ,y expre8ing tlh.o views of the mla
jolity. I-is i g,iieant. If 8outhe"a
Conmervative. Are only careful inl
their conduct, it will not be long be
fore they are in accord with the gov -
"\We can undertand the tempta.
tions that would surround the Presi
detA and lead him to take a positive
attitude inthese Southern quarrels.
They are the scandals of our republi.
can forut of gouvernwinent, Alt ch of
thi4 is dilo to the is:patieoue of our
puliy of reonsu uetioi..
The major general vas followed by
the carpet,.bitger, thog sol4ier by the
plunderer. WC efow ahe that had.the
itilitary occupa Lion of the conquered
States beern prulopiged for five yeuars
muore it would hava beevp hetter for
every :uloss.. t1.h)o p.48bionsi of war
Would have subsled. The d'efeated
classoes whid ha've becoine roconciled
to tae near.Sities of peace. The freed
well woild have leained by education
thO.uduties a wiell ps the amuonities of
fret dotih Tlie new nten. who.eamo
into to the Soutih, not s.mply as .,id..
veiturers but, to make their hotuos
in.ihat rich a nd highly Iavored h'ind,
woulId have buei,eauourage!d inl tihe
hon'.st O.cvel,-Fnri.rnt, of enterprise.
W iied the tin o can a for reconst.true
tion, the wol tilet claiases would have
ruled aid. govenrmeint would have
been the honest. expressiou of tie
people's voice. The army of oct(;u
pation under the eunlightenied and
lonest rule of tihe Northn ,journalh
uould have, bien the burcat plani of
* ~nsr deI . . . . .
the ost paiiful.- ,circuinstance
about Vhe jouiti has beien the dis.p.
p it.racn' of ie iinaiked meuun 1tbq
berved her before the ,:war aid w ho
led her throilpli that exl ra'rdinary
eplmode of tie Confederacy.. What.
Over were the faublks of the Conifede.
racy the men who guided it poeessed
p high order ot sttisim;paship,. We
oer.-ainly expected that with t. re
turn of peace and general -mnliesty,
these nici wouid retaniii their leadec
ship. Thitty owed this to their peo'
ple, e3ven if they had lost the in.-pi ra
tions of anbitiun Ntever .tid jeoplc
necd countial ine thn1 the Sithi
ernoirs aCl'er th3 reellionl. Tne
were in a crual attitude' War hat
de.olated their hones, deottro) e
the r industry, overturiio their.socia
inatitutionsr, decii arte'l tiii~ir famrilia
anid de rived themn of a franeiaisr
which was conferred Uion a clas wih.
had hitherto bece brouphtaid sold at
alaves, and ktpt, ill a condhiun if ie.
l be ite tnnd.eriirna , ignolanco thal
they niii.ht be docile us snlaves. Th.3
iedae-l tihntm s tiiaat wits.jomn aara4 goot
advice. I;uat tile mue n who ied then
inl tlie past were njo longer leader.,.
Lee retirlid intlo seu:'Irsin from n widajl
bre niev,ei'.cano- and died without say
ing a word, as fair ris we knjow, Li
counsel the pieopile who fohllowed hina
with their lives and for. unes to A..p
l'ouriatox. Others followed his ex.
ainple... . , .
Tbce .ouly prorminciat Southieri
leader whoi has comic back to Con
gre.-s is S taJphensi, atad heo comeas ik
aI ghoist a liI rakinag euirioaity , but r.
louger ini1pu iaug obed lornca dr conii
delCea'. Tlhis sulc dert laiding qut e
Ithe old Southern Stataimen iA ranri ex
tiaordinai y tiaeumustzance, and we atr
I t,i bute inany of.the ecv.lb w lieh hai
aggr..vated the .n.uthern Stiates to thr
apth~ly oc h.elpalc~.- ofC~ 0 th'e gifte
aind cop rageous men who led thiem inat
re belio t and for fouryears corII pnlle
the world to denath thvir t'oijfcde
rae) as8 a genuine arnd power ful na
We shoruldi havo ,Weltud th
l-ade o of the Coanfedoraoy Itf they lia
comn'elac to pol1itical life. F'or al
peoplhe haivo. batthuril lbaders, atId t I
u.e'i who iaptutrally lead rbe Sout
sti ttrhit aluen. of the -Coifedjersc.)
!t insiiteadt of the ir letaership nt
-uhave had in the South a ser.es <
political volcanoes and ea rt~hqiakel
anid. on~inious groumnlinigs. Tfo-d
we i'ee the inmoko in Ai kiursas. Yea
teidaiy .we heardithe ,rnrbling
Soutih -Carolina ; to inora ow thle earl
iay r endaiu.nLouisianaa or T'exai$, ii
hJhi.itIing flu i iad litreainas. A al thea
JuhenO21.eli * lical ti th saris n hitn,
JITere are 1 tins and co'nsumiing lit
under the butic. Wil.h all of .ot
statoomanrship we have nev'er bee
&ble to reachl the evil. It, is idloie
talk of reconsrtructionu or peneo e
long as we .see what. iwe see hi Arkai
sas. It is enty to nmake a desoluito
aiiad calf it, penec. 1t is easy. to pn
v oke ebaos anid onnil t recobstrue~io
T'his ie what, ae have tjone in tI
Soitth. .1ts condition to-day is fr
wourso politaieatly, than l'olanad a
Irelanrd .a. Ir Poland the mnilita
hanad, pfosses rudely upon the paeopu
but they are nout robbed. In Irelaii
geliena s riL in authiority. hut they ar
geatloimen who do nuot show their dii
like to hooe rule arnd ropealby rol
bing the exceeur, 1t. hire .bee
reserved for the American. Republi
to unito Russian severity with, a rt
pacury,. which belongs to - no .other
nuationaund for which we have toA fin
a parallel in the careers of Veinr
arnd ..Warrer i lastings.. TIhe bloti
for thiarrsts largely upon the genei
al governrmeant,but, not wholly. WV
do bot eorso the leaders of th
8tuth for their apathy. Somiethin
mioze than *ilant. nnnrotanting as
quibscenoeein the rule of'udvoture
and iguorait freedinep 'was req1uired
frton the niep b ho .lad been liigh it
the cotundils df the Confederiey and
whostill possossed popular confideitoe
The Southern people Have bee
abandoned snd helpless. The anet
who should have guided them thrum
awa~y responsjibility. Theto is nol
'a Southrna State,- excepting, porhap.s
South Carolina, where, notwithstatnd.
ing the sp9'rnige to tile. neuroas and
disfranchi.Ouiout, the-old' leidera 01
the South would not have hucceeded
inevurtuvuing the rule of the-carpet.
baoger,., or at least frustrat ing thoiu
sebeines until an awakened public
spirit in the North camo to thei
Wbat vill be the end 1 Son:
think that we bhall have those. peri
odioal aad -Constapely r'eurring out
.break, tliese cnuptions of the politi
dal volcano, untiit it burns out or be
cothes eltinet. -
Tit couditioni o'f.- the Southort
Statecis a scanjal. We can novel
feel that o h a v e . -pe~neo unti
wO havo. ljoofec . .recoistruetion.
Dante, in hi a - -a0ion rtil p o e n
speaks of visiting.. that hell where !th
surfuce of tite black waters was evei
.bjbbling. "It was becau.se of, tin
sighs of sulOeriug souls i.ui:inonet
beneath the waters. %%o ive.r -me
thtcee bubblings and restlems :.tiovo
nents of Southern tooiety withou
feeling that thdy repr.csoit the ian
prisoned Soul:, betjeath ,1nd hopini)
t-bat the tiu il injy come.. wheu thi
will l'o reloased fro@ theit thintldon
and n.dmitted to the r-npoineihilit:
of a ge't'ous and untainted citizen
This iivni-iPe11-M 'Psoutirn 1tm ittem* dyi:
warntted not. 1. col ain a-Hingie particll 0
l1erenry, or tiny injurieOUS -in'eral Sab
stance, but is
conaininig ihod Soitl hern 1Roon and Tferb
which in ali-wiso 'rovidence has placed ii
countries where Liver I)iseaes nas
prevail. 11 will cure all Diseases cause
by Derangement of i he Liver.
Tlh. siyniplnvna -of Liver Compahin. -are
hiller Sir bad tasle in i he month Pain i
id- Bhick, KNeft or Joints, orlen mii take
for itietnai ;tim : Soin tiach : .Ri C
Appetile : owela s nlernaiely coslive an
Ax ; liendn he, 1.4s of ilrmry vith
imisnri e,-ns ,t er h ;.' rntilot. ii
4omneijig w.lich Ptnlht to have bIeet doni
Uehili1, LiW Spirilt. n thick y0el0vt.lo
rpenrance tf lite skin ii Eyes. -t dr
Cntgh often inistaken for Constimplini
8ometineis many of these symptionms ntien
1the disease, at othiers verv few ; It II
l.iver, lie 'lat'rect orgna in' th lia dy, i
generally life 'sent rf th dliense. and if iio
lRegilated in im he. 'erat suifierin, ivretclc
edness and Dearli will eei. . .
. 'll- Oret inif tilting Specifib will not I
fond tilhe Ilegist. pat.
Vor l13yspofin , Conetl iratinn. .nunii
flillion ii neks. Pick IJfidnche, ('oli
D-i ression of Spir its, Sour 3lomachi, lie..
8131310 'S L IVEIIR R jI'd bTOll Uli al1l
b te Chenpes, Puet land Bs ai
J~r.d a11l.I N & CO.,
Prc.Maconi, G a.. nn td Phihlule!phia.
U, S. INTERNAL REV[NUJ
May 1, 1874, to A pril 30, 1871
TIilE ,A W of Decunbher 2.1, 1872,
l.. uiires every pemr..sn entg ged it ni
busriiness, avOC-rii ottn ori eploii mentl w hi,
renidet si liimI~ lbl to n speial tax
e p rocurie tad -j.ht i I'otnspiction'aly inb
dS estntiishmntlta or pince of busi, so s.
I 8Prt~tAar. TAX fori the SpecialI tax yer itb
bgin ii-.g .\iay 1, 187-I, befoire coim ie noua
t Or cotnuitng busineamss afer 'pril2
- 1874. .-'
e rThe taxes &embrncell within 'lie pri
fions~ of t lie law above quoted are the f<
.3 Itectifiers, $ 20i.1
1-)Dalers, retnil liiuo--. -: 2.
ii Dealiers, whosenia.tle lignor ' 10
h, Deale're iinimall liqnors, wvholo.,
hitie, ' O.
Deialers in mait, liqnors. ictail 211.
0 Deniers ill learI litACco ?f.
ii Retail dealoe, o ini-i Irlhnec. 69'.
eAndl oni sales of aver $i.000..
.m fifty cents f--r every dollar in ,
e'xiei'' ot $I.000O
o e . l d ur or a init i s it-a e. Stc 1.
mo And fot encit s'.i itmanutfiac.
. inredt- 20.
Andl for eachl *orm mnanftc.
- inred. . 20
?in'nrtiiu irerst or Irhriu"cI int.
AauliCa'icr or cigars 10.
e l'eddhlers of tlhne o, lirst cle.ss '
r1 ' (mi no thtuti Iwo horsce-) -. 50
r P'edler ot tcibaco, seconid clacs
(: wio horss)'c 'lit .. tsi 25.
0 -- tOohotrse) ;' - ' 15.
d P'eddlera of tl-c.-, fourthI clines
0 (otrt'oot nofipibho cotnveyinneni) 10.
i. JDrewers of e ian 500~i biOarr.I 50.1
tlteders oi 50)0 biarrols or nsore 1100.4
Ally- pericon,so liable, whoi ct1 sIin f~il
Ii coinply with. the fore-going reqtuiremen
0 will he subject to s'evere penuaiesi.
-'Personsc or firms liable to pay any
r the Special 'ianafned nisove, must ni
dply to U2 L,- A niderscbh, -coleetor of Intre
a for and.Iptoont'e tigo.Spepia) Tax Aramtp
e Sattmps'thtey need,., prior to Aaiy 1,. 187
and WVTiuUl' FURtTiElt N0u'itE.
B...-.. '.. -'..'..J' WV. DiUI .aS.
- Omm~0F~~iiner ofinteinual itevenn e,
Orri o NTit, itavsaNUai
SWslTOD,.C,, february 18, 187
, april 4-t4
a m ,noy offering moy entirme
S1:OC in every department
at unprecedeutedly low
DI WSS- GOODS,
POSITIVELY AT COST
This ." no humbug but a fact,
And it is the interest o
every one to call and
,J eb 14
- FLc Casi, Sute
. - an~o' ofas ing P umts,
-Fvy aim rutition -
called tca C o a hnd . -ots
I- 'ic asol j liii crf O s.;i
dustoan, receied f~Iran~ thes
0' iTtlIIE un1itgedr)pe
nitIial IChea bneid.nh
10 tat Orin s reve i (>si la2Rg a,
)O comodiousi honde . I r s~ -kn wnnoii.,
to enddernin the a neherc fe 'Ph,.
ma ril sai' ioy
)0 - - - -
>f - . N W. , - N r hi r e is Ioc
r-1ecshol., I wlal ren I blC~ ispire.
y o etiof al T ho exenive vies tyis- 'lehi
)r aliowrant o ll d&eiy l ing (if -p rhsit
The aid tglei Da n da ns incudng10i1 i
nipry sisan r tio . herc ivdl lpo
etiatet.n i mm. I h r\r.L. flisWN
hep only onlh'.wn zi ork this
i. 'D r frmLAUDEbrDAL
Mattreases, Pictuce Frames, Pictures and
march 2 I. IV. PIiILLIPS.
T1 nII 11S FOR 1874.
W E proposi to sell poods for 1874 on
t oast bqils. All goois oiage)
I'l out books 'il' be 'cnbaldetred utlo on
the flr(. day of the ihontli followig. atid
all bills not lion pald will be charged in.
teIresl at ln rat if, t wo (2) per ceitI per
in -iiti until paid. Ti4 rule will bo
strictly idh'red'to h- all ;%ses where no
p -cial tiriaigemenots 'an Miadie.
jani 22 1n 'Ilts & DWI1iir.
.UlLACKSTUCK, S. C.
NEWLY i *UIL' and NEATLY FUlt.
NISIlED. The puiblio ifurriied with the
hest I lie ignrkt t tifror-1is.
. JOH!N CA R R1OLL,
jan 29 in Propt ietor.
FINE TEA! FINE TEA!!
/- un Powder. Tmperial, English, Bro'kt
UfIst ant.i Mixed Teas. trom Unitod
b intes Tea co's-p-mdy
IWr'k, (reen, nnd Jopnn Tens.
For -.ile By
Mol ASTER & IRI(E
0 J 1* AND HIIOE0
(IA V I i Ni 11- i'caol l
I i'ei ii -r'acI orI. tior
, riinied in .:yinig i tl
--1.1n 11,ii'c It s to-l It .0 1'
,r Sl11 E. as siny S1boy
nI tis Smith Ail worki
warratile I to ;;ive toisfie.i en. My Shop
is .ex i doori to F. Gerag's 8midlry
11ar 14 n'. 1 11. LiE IT.
A, Los( Uit rst-.
I lent t > -I M - E . S. S ; it l-t. my' h-r'e.
21-d Decen ber N87-t ani lie promised
I re;itn the Iluorse tin1 next
week. TiOe itit-c k it. iehiit sorrel, renaA
niose, aind aborts. iniet It hinds high. Anv
hrmaai lit) -whereehii will be
libeiilly reiwIrded My aiddress is Lyles
t 1d S. Aii U. I. t.
april 7-.x3 W. MoC. BLAIR.
. T HY..... .
OW io your I me', as I intend I 'i close
' p ny (1ilariy in t he ouGIe of t
nor titme. 1'Photog'iraht, eIreoypes,
Ivoirylypes, A1i1nl aitd lite size. II- ott
destire a I li*fe-Ilke orinaitinvt, call ant givo
mle it Tril.!.
A IIA GAIN.
'1I,10 undersi.gned offers for -ilo cne fif
teen hor0s powr Steam Engiwine, withIi
Gri~t Nlill attlch., al. a b.trgai'a. Said'
i''iine andi Mill cani he sein at my resi
diiice 8) toiles,111 noitheast of Winnsboro, ot
tile lRocky .\otunt Rad.
- fb 3-'Jmi J0IIN ISEN IIOW E R.
LL2 per'sons ha' i'ng clair'nse against'
Estae ofThoms Iyletideeeed,
erly -mtiestedl, and those inidebied to said
esitiac teierequeled to make payment to
he 201 h of' Novembri I-lurchii.ed
Cthe ieest ofl A. I", GOoding in i
4 n insboro Liver'y Snabtle. All Ibor'-e lire,
loggy hire, iandu hioise feed w'Il be CA SI!.
i'his~ ruile wi ll be sttri,: ly aidhered to I'
w'tlh awaiyskeep on hian d good s'iddle nnd
b'igy horse' , ii'io cari'inges nntde bnlggies'
fort~ hire~, -l lie paitroingo of thiie puiblic is
HL T. T E IlltLL.
A i 'n Sore lloomu iuder 'Ieaplan
te allt be.i w.' en lit e adst' l f A P
er nI' 'qi At. an hh nnd rar the f pa
april20--if (.11. MgeMATElt.
Leonp iLarnps Z
lot of Non-iExlosive Lamps of
hiou-e and iier ikilns Palent11, Oll'ered 10or an
ali lhe l)ru:. t i e. .
Theli toiui -,~ n'Kaint ioci lent in the
iite ofl ilho-e liips, hins iliduied me to
hi" ai loi oef ilheni. amI eey arue ol' redl
Ilor in~e iat mia tn liOrnt es Pt ices. Paties
dec iting can gut circulIars bey cuallinig for
I- , . AIKEN.
YOlIKVIULE, 5. C.
lied vitih airi-s an a11tll neces
*Iary) i en'l ti i tlnpparinus ;and
II'the reet e'xICen-in of ilhe
- '' iii" of' tFidies llCe's it In
insinu nns. The fat sile'nii'n o at ~o
School 1'eari of 1874, will begina oii t e
2.1 ,of Flill11UA11',. Apply for Iiinalogud~
.COL. A (OWARID,
deo 1U-l l~initpi''1.
Notice to TJlespaIssers8.
1 \, ~llTlWES ate warned ttgninst lrv'elng
II tro.ghi ti crttino fe'll near my resI
d(13 ce a' ihey will be idc ed to the ex.
I.Lent of' the law, ' . .- , c
SanI 7'..x9+1 Je A. n=6maIO