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FAIRFIELD HERALD : I
1. M ,Ns DAVi,k itor,
Wedy diu sY. Di0s111g April IS 187. r
The future greatness of Columbia r
(onsists inebr Wi6r 'M1l0i I
o' wealth run yearly into the Atlantio ia
ocean, and Columbia is languishing. p
Iler 'otizens Ahould make herouloai a
<Iforts to erect manufactorios. Wo
wene ni nob, pleased to soe that a com
panly had boon chartered in the city
anId thut stops wore being taken to
i ai.e the nooossary capital immediate.
ly. But we learn that the incorpora- h
tors,thirty-two it number, or a ma
jority of them, have resolved that t
their charter is worth $16,000, and U
havo theref9re voted $500 worth of P
stock to each incorporator. Thiq 1
nianN that in a capital stock 'of W
$100,000, ach person, hereafter sub- P
scribing, must pay to the incorpora- it
tors sixteen pcr cent of his money in- W
ve-sted, for the privilege of booming I
v stoekt older. lit other words that
$1 (0,000 of stock will represent only e
11-81,Plu of money. W fear that very
few persons, even with the prospect of P
magnificent dividends in the future
will be disposed to contribute thus to t
the ine)rporators. This new compa
ny, we predict, unless this action be l
rescinidod, will dio still-born, like U
Spraguo's factory, and Columbia will r
uitill longer remain poor while the 8
gelden crown hangs overhead. t
Official Dead-Headism. a
The national evil most prominent ,
ati the present day is the system of e
olioial dead-headitn on common 0
catriurs. We speak of it as an evil if
be -use we regard it as such both in I
its tondoncy and ultimate effeet. It V
i< to be found in every section of our
country whore railroads and steam
boats are in use, and is rapidly grow- b
ing. It however rooived several t
days ago a oheck in a most unexpeet. t
ed way, the circumstanes attending p
it involving some distinguished per- n
s1,ages, among them President
Orant. It appears that a Mr. Good. f(
wyn, of East Hartford, Conn.. sued tl
out an injunotion to restrain the New
York, New Haven, and Hartford n
R.ailroad from giving free passes to e
membors of Legislatures and of Con
gress, and all public offioials from the
President of the United States down- t
ward. It so happened that, tihe in-' a
jaunetion had been just granted when c
the l'residential pat ty set out fromn
Waishington to attend the Centennial
o3lebrations at Liexington and Con- t
cord in Masssnhusetts. Of course ii
these high functionraries were dead- I
headed on Tom Scott's road to New ~
York, but when they wore about to i
get aboard the train for Springfield L
they were steppe :by a faithful offi
ei ni, and their tickets demanded. ~
lIeIrc indeed was a dilemma for the
President of this glorious country.
The newspaper accounts report him a
a getting very muchn incensed, and a
muttering an audible "d-n," but the
ticet collector was immovable, andt
bno means awed by the mighty t
]Presidontial presence. It finally I1
occurred t.n a member of tihe afore
sanid party that the only way to getd
out of thne difficulty was to buy tick.
ets just like plain, honest folks, and il
proceed on their journey. ii
TJhere may he sonmc of our readers l'
who wilt say that it was an outrage ,
to subject the President, to such treat. n
mnt, but we assert without hnosita- e
I ion that it was all right and proper- a
TJheo President, or any ether official ~
on a p)leasure trip, is noe more on
titled to a free ride on a railroad or i,
steaminboat than the humblest citizen p
in thne land, and we are heartily glad "
that lhe was so pointedly rebuked.
We lay it down as a broad propoai
tion that th cunstosu of giving free t.
passes to oilicials, it matters not wiho p
they are, is a species of bribery, and S1
intenide-1 as suach when proferred, r
Nothiung is given in this world with.
(*ut a value received or expected,and o
and when a railwvay corporation dis- p
tributes free pasoes to a Legislature .
t onily panys in advance for boelits it
hopesL' to receive. To thme average a
legisl.rtor thuis hit of pasteboard Is
arn irmn:erme favor, anid something f
ltogethecr deuirab,le. Sh rowed rail. 01
road nmanagers will understand tis,
anid dist ribute their free passes plen- I~
tifully ant thne opening of the sessions. ci
They thuns secure the defeat of possi- O(
le hmosti!e legislamtion. i'
T1hnis systerm is not confined to law.. thi
idges, SolNitory County offioer
id eveTy0las o eOffioials, etbe
Igh bf lo y OpeaM4n pe
Maervto,and V onl l(udo to
0 p . ormi.'t n
t even thee who are sworn
leouts them, and we can never hav
p.rAgoxerant, until 4bh.4*U
ippresse4. What was done by Mi
loodWyui In Cohnfotiot . should b
one tere in South Carolina. J
milroad company may with .inpuni
r exact excessive transportat,i
htes, when its free passes close ti
he tuodtWi6thds&*lioerdf y2
ito protect the people from ol
ression of any kind. We are cot
>)ed howive'r, in believing - that I
ill botalirays be so.
The Tax Bill.
The Union-Herald has boon ha
lering away at the tax bill untili
as gotten it pretty thoroughly pu'
orizod. It shows conclusively tha
s proposed )ovy is entirely to
uoh, and.its.respeative levies badl
roportioned. and that if ptopdrl
pportioned a levy of, ten inii
ould be sufficient for 'State put
Des. The Union-Herald fortine
self with faots and figures froi
hioh we havo-derived valubl6* ii
The appropriation for logislatil
tpenses should realize 4150,001
row $103,000 will pay the membei
rovided no gratuities are voted, an
17,000 will pay the pages and a
wche. So that one mill is suffoion
educt then a quarter of a mi
-om this levy. The Union' leral
tildly suggests to the leglblators t
iduco their own salaries while on
aged in the general work of ri
The republican printing companj
huge swindle, is to receive $60,00
)r this year. The temporary wor
Dnsists in the journals and calendai
f the two houios, the reports <
flicers, &a. The permanent wor
i 500 journals, 500 roports and rest
tions, 2,500 copies of the acts and
olume of Sup-eme Court reporti
3llthis work could be done fc
30,000. As a contract ha
aen made this year for printin
io half mill must stand. 13ut le
is contract be resoinded, and th
rinting put out to the lowest bidde
The Union-11orald proceeds P
ullows in regard to several :tems c
Section 7 levies a tax of one-hal
till to pay claims passed at the rc
3nt session. We have shown in pre
ions articles the oharacter of som
f these claims, and have 6eserte
ur belief that the mode of passin
bem is unconstitutional. The pr<
cedings amiount to an appropriatic
f money from the treasury.
tember of the legislature cannot ge
is per diem from the treasury unti
le bill to pay it has been read thre
Lines, on throe several days in one
ouse ; has been duly ratified by th
residing officers of the general at
emtbly ; has been presented to th~
overnor ; has been signed by him o
etoed, and again passed, and hi
cen sealed by the scretary of state
Yet, by means of this "passe
Laimi" invcntion, tens of thousand
1' dollars can be taken from th
reasury in the very last hour of
~ssion, amid confusion and excite
tent suflioient to totally proven
ny examination of the oharaoter c
io demands. This was seen at th
go session. There are many meri
rious claims in the list passed, Lu
ese are surrounded by so man
legal or doubtful ones that all sul
ir alike under a suspicion of fraud
ho tax levied in this section must b
ropped until the logislaturo is wvil
ug to examine every claim and pat
after opportunity for reflection an
iccusslon has been afforded. T
corporate a -hose company or
olitical club requires all tb'o forir
lies we have Indiated, and iti
ot too much to require of thee
aimants that they submit to th
me moedeof obtaining justiioo, if tha
what they d<-siro.
Bootion 8 levIes a tax of thire
urthe of a mill for the eternal an<
itolcrable deficiencies for publi
rinting for tbe years 1873 74.I
ill take from the people $pO,000
'f tis amount $75,000 is to pay fo
a "imenigration report" not ye
rinted. The st ate can better affort
pay the Republican P'rinting orn
any that amount of money to emit
ate. The report would be a litoras
Sdisgrace to the state if it wva
rinted, and it would be dear ifi
ist $5,i00. instead of the stat<
wing the Republican Printing coa,t
woy $90,000, that Cloaca Maxiani
ffraud owes the state half a mit
on of dollars which it haa stoloi
Lring the last few years. Section 2
ould be stricken out.
Sction 9 levies a tax of one mil
r balances of unpaid appropriatiot
the fisoal year ending OJctober 31
74, and for certain claimns passes
e a joint resolution in the seraion e;
172- 74. The claims and deolon
es are not such as call for special
u .ideration. N. proper investiga
in of their justice has ever boet
ad' Let the governor use toward
omi, when considering this bill, thc
the bonan i 1'-Iluded in the
r vast mass it ate doubtless, honest
ftIn A.%cbtp is no doubt
m er, the prosen
hol of a ma are sufferin
by th do i payment. Vol
11 1 nd sympathy,
o and ould ad drka thing reason.
a able to relie em. at, speaking
gouerally.of the 11 ric of them.
do t' ey reprepeot I They .are,. for the
e most part, the diV1d',Wadco1o? 1h*V
L certificates issued during the last four
years, under the guise of legislative
IXI)QUoIe01.4-a u i e Ie :
e been made th over for vabt frauds,
v really regar.lod as the lost O"lmi
n ting evidenoes of-a prevailing sys
t of corruption which has, odisgrao.
a our state tO offended the-Pation.
T teite-tan alieady pa4 on account
of such elaims, an mggregat psouut
which, if we wqre not. familiar with
th faqt,wol4 pipa Ahe. bouniqlc9
belief." There is far nor*_dqnger,of
inju.4tio 60 the sttte shQuld this sec
tion stand .than there is of injutioe
t to idividualptshould it be stricken
o out. We hear much Qf suffering
6itjAnq,.sp.d are sorry that Apy
Y,business tpan ip. oqld be* embarrasq.
out there is. poAneobiug, alo :.to be
Ls aid on the side of tho qtate. . When
. a inerchont i&. apkqd s to noll silk
dresses, oarpets, boota, groceries, boo
room furniture, parlor sets, brandl,
whiskey, OigaO, etc. etc., and take it
'pyuont afr,ants on legislative con
tingent fanis, ho knows as well as
e the thief who issues. t4om,.. and the
)i scamp who offers,hem, th}at lie is par,
tioiptting in a fraud, pnd 4eshold
demand vo sieoial couideraiva sit
d the hands of the tax-payer, when he
b- finds himself lqf-, in the lurch by the
t. failure of his oustomera to take care
1 of their doubtful paper, 89ution 9
d should follow section 8 ; let it go
- The Lexington Oent.ennial.
DIassachusetts had a bii time oi
the 19th of April, the hundied th anni
versary of the battle of,Lexinglon ano
0 Concord. We all remember the pie
k ture in the history book, representini
.Major 'Pitcairb, the British o,Moe.
waving his sword. and e3olainslop
"disperse ye rebels" Leziqgton an.
Concord are neighboring towns, and
each claimed the honor of the first,
at the former plaoe6he first Ameri.
r cans were killed, bot no British fell
until reaching Concord. These towns
compromised b3 havini a colobra
tion at Lexington in the morning and
0 at COncord in the afternoon.
Many thousand people were pres.
ent, including President Grant, one
loyal addresses were delivered. Th.
following were among the toasts.
"The State of South Carolina.
Never will Mlassachumett 4 forget the
proud ' response of South .0drolina
the very night she hoard the war note
d frot Lexington.. Gov. Charberlai,
may veto everything he wishes, bu
',c must not veto our earnest respeZ
for a voice from the Palmetto State
to the pine." Gov. Chainberlain.
who responded, was receivedl with
much applause, as were allio his senti
meonts of earnest desire for the ,com,
ipleto and early restoration of true
ei frtorn al feelhugs between the two
"Trho North and South." In res
e poi to a com'plimentary call of the
rPresident, Gen. Wmi. F. Bartlett, ecl
Massachusetts, mnado a rematrkable
and beautiful speech. Referring to
southern soldiers, he said:
eencnlusion, "a nAmerican,I
am as proud of the men who obarng.
eso bravely with Piokett's division
on our lines at G1ottsbu-g as I am
f 'ne of the meon who bravely met and
e repulsed them there. Afoo c-nnot
,alw'ays choose the right cause, but
t when, having chosen that which their
consclence dict ated, they arc ready
to die for it, if they justify not their
cause, they at least ennoble them
Sselves, and the men who for con
.science sake fought for their govern.
a ment at Gettysburg ought easily to
be forgiven by the son's of muon who
for conscience inake fought against
their government at Lexington and
Hunker llill. Oh, sir, as M assachu.
sostts was first in w-ar, so let her be
first in peace, and she shall forever be
first in the hearts of her country.
In response to a toast, "England
and the United States," a letter was
read from Ex-Premier Gladstone.
Among other things it says :In a
.retrospective view of the eventful
r period, my countrymen can now oou
ttemplate its incident with impartiali.
ty. I do not thinkc thley should
.severely blame their ance0stors, whose
.struggles to maintain the unity of
.British Emire is o that must, I
a think after the late groat war of the
North and South, be received in
America with somec sympathy and in.
This is a palpablo hit. The pee.
plo of the Unitod St'ates are now cole
brating the anniversary of the inau
guration of a rebellion against the
British Government, which smacked
much mere loudly 'of treason than
did the late war between the States.
There was nojustiaication of the first
rebellion than the divine right of re
voletion. The late war certainly had
grounds whioh aight easily be deci
ded constitutional. .The states in
their soveirgnty had entered into a
confederation- .and sabhaqanand
al shed to withdraw. Yet
ile th irevo)utionary-leade..a,
d ed eroesi ghe sidesionots are
re Is. e whlgs of )?76 wis' the
co oder a of, 18601 Th much
Ied ies of.the reiolutltn were
t e Union mon of the South during
the last war. And yet, these so.
Aaaknon-men .having.neaked, ont
of battle In every. way to save their
d s n oy n nonopolise all the
offices and run riot over the people of
thlrnative Staten, Let every yank**
ile/detfying Washingtou, Putbam,
Pranklin and Jefferson, also express
hi -q(t6iration for L9e, Jackson,
Jef Davis and the other sonfederates
who fought foc their homes against
what they believed to be tyranny.
Married on Thursday evening, 22d
Inst., 14t the residence of the bride's
motber, by the -Rov. J. I.. Bryson,
Mk. CHAS. NEWNAM to MISS
EMMA U. NELSON. both of Colum
On Wednesday night 21st Inst., at
the rdsidence of the brides fatheT, by
the Rev. T. W. Rrwin, MIt. W. A.
'45VCDY to MISS LYDIA RICY
NOLDS, both of Fairfiold.
EL. W. Phillips
DEALER IN FURNITURE
T THE very best qualities, for l'arlora,
h%mbers and Dining Booms. Fot
lesign aDd workmanship, UNEQUALLED!
I offer at prices that. defy competition
M14DE of hard wood, and warranted to
ive entire sattsfa6tion. I keep no Inferi
ir quality.; Use economy and buy the
est, and buy whore you can buy the
Sleep Conttable .
AND Ul the People's SPRING BED.
!t is the best in the market without ex
3ption. They are cheap.
RATTAN and Split deat Chairs a spe
-inity. Our prices are beyond compe.
OF my owr. manufauture, Window
hades, Wall Prackets, Packets and
FURNITURE neatly repaired at moder.
te Prices. Picture franca made to order.
GiVEN to the Undertakes 's Dep-rt
mnent. I keep on hand a full supply of
\letallio Cases and Wo ud Coffins ouf the
tiniest finish. All oalls promptly attended
to. My terms are cash. I act upon thme
theory that short settlements make lone
NEW STOR E.
RO0S E NH ElIM & CO0.,
RE PSPE.CTFTFULLY Inform the pub
J.1 io in genoral that they have opened
the store formerly orsp led by J. Ii.
('athoart where they intend to conduet a
general stock of merohandise, consisting of
- OOTS A ND 8 HQFi8,
Fair andl &quare treatment to eaea and
overy one that, will oall on us,
T. R. ROBE~RTSOlt,
OFFICE IN REAR OF COURT HOUSIs,
WINNSBORO, 5. C. \
8& Alt business entrusted to him will
receive prompt attention.
OF E~VERY KIND FROLM
BJUIST and FERRY.
"Silver Skin" Ona Sets for sale at th4
DRUG STORE 01
W. E. AIKEN,
09 PTEQA T AEX'
Nay lt.876to,April 8sf, 1876.
Ti IE Revised Statute, of the United
.1. States, Seetions, 8212, 8287, #nd.Q80
require every person engaged In any busi
neS'oOion, or - einploymet which
renders him Iable to a SPEcIAl, TAX
top,ocure -and place ebnapi=wm.lY in hia
ilisuent'u or plice of busM,ja a stam p
denltli thie paym'lent of Va'd special tax
for the special tx year beginning Ilay I,
175. before compieluiug. or euntinAing
busIness aftei AprIl 80, 1875.
The Taxes embraced within the Provisions
of tho lqw above quoted are the. follow.
Rot18rs, $ 200 00
Dealers, retail liquor, 26 00
D. alers, w4oltsale liquor, 100 00
Dealers in mtalt liquors, wholeshle, 60 00
Dealers in malt liquors, retail, 20 00
Dealers In leaf tobaoco, 26 00
And on sales of over $1,000, fift V
cents for every dollar In excess of
Dealers in manufactured tobacco, 6 00
blanu'a!tuirers of stills, 60 00
And for each still manufactured, 20 00
And for epols worm manufactured. 20 00
Manufacturers of tobacco. .1 00
bl*nufacturers of oigall, 10 00
Peddlers of tobacco, first clase
(morethan two hbros or other
aninals). 60 00
Pddlers .of t9bacco, second class
(two horses or other animnals). 25 00
Peddlers of tobb:kcoo, third class
(i no horse o'- other aninal). 160
Pe diers of tobacoo, fourth class
(on foot or public ennveyanne), 10 00
Brewers of less than 600 barrels, 60 00
Drewerp of 600 barrels or guore. 100 (0
Any person so liable, who shall fail to
oonply with the foregoing requirements
will be subject to severe pcnaltoo.
Persons or firms liable to pay aby of the
special taxes named above mu4t apply to
6. CASS UARPENT ERV'olleotor of Internal
Revenue at Colunibla, S.C . and pay for
ind procuro the Special- ax Stamp oi
ltamps they need, prior to May 1, 1876,
tad without further notice.
J W. DOUGLASS,
Commissloner of Internal Revenue.
Wfilde of Internal Revenue,
W askington, D. U., Febr.rary 1; 1875.
nch 16 -m 10 30 a 20 27
Winnsboro Hillin: y Bazaar.
N RS. Boag wishes to inform her
friende and patrons generally,
hat she has just returned fron the North
irter purchasing a full and complete
itook of Millinery, consisting of Ftench
isatern liats and Bonnets, straw Goods.
-found in a first class
Also a beautiful line of White Goods,
)rose Goods, Calicoes, Ilosiery Gloves,
qetions and Fancy Goods, and others
oo numerous to mention, all of whinh is
xpected to arrive and be open for in
pection dufing the week. All I ask is
o call and see for.yourself when my goods
JW 85,000 Heart Shingles for sale
'heap for Cash. .J
Packages of NEW1 MACKOREI1
in Blarrelm, half and quarter BIar
rein, Kits 1, 2, 3, and extra nua.
ber I, ME88
123 Sa3ks ofiTresh ground FL)OUR,
all sizes and grados frot the
Granite Mills Augusta Ga.
A full stoek of Grocertes, Provisions
and Plantation Supplies, all
of which will be sold at the
lowest prices for CASK.
BE A T Y JIRO. & SON.
Car Load White &orn.
I Car Load Flour-all grades,
1 Car LA>ad Bolted Meal.
White and Smoked Bacon and
Rio and Java Cofiee-"~green
New Orleans and Comtinon
All grades of SUGAR.
Lard mu bble., hali-bble., Kegs
Renulno Durham Smoking To
D, R. FLENNIK EN.
WIl(NSDORo FEMALE INS
* HIE second quar1,er ef thIs
school wi eornmzeaco Monday
the 11th of April .
IL will be a good time for
those whoa have not been in t6e
ehool to enter, as t.here will be a resor
anisaties of olassos, &e.
Per termas, &o., apply to
A,.G A RTLEDGE~;
april 18 Princial,3
W W are sgents for &#large New T
TEA HOU8j, end have now
hand Gunpowder and Young Hyevn Te
pitt up in one lb. and lb. tin canime
warrancedii weighr aid I$4'riiti
faction or the purchase,
Pricos low. Give them a trial.
BEATY ARO. & SON.
. FRESK ARRIVALS~
CONNOR & CHANDER'S
Sterling Silver Plate, Suitable
for birth-day an4 Bridal
ietts of rioh Jewelry, Furgnos
Pearl and Amethyst,
From $30 to $75 por Sett.
-A L0 --
X variety of Fine Lookots, and Sea
i fresh lot of POCKECT KNIVEE
A lot extra Sugar ('ured Uneanvasse
' . X. '&oc :mr 3 e y
'I' 1E old convenient tand la.ely oce
pied by 1H. 11. Itefo, mnder th
'VinnBboro Iotel, is open again' with -
yell selected stock of the very best Wtoe
Ad liqupre th%t can be had. I inlend I
'nerit she patronago of the public by
:.eping frsi-clss goods, and gving m;
-uatomera what they call for at lowe,
N. 0. Corn WYhiskey and JBrand
in I have an advantage in procurin
he 1.ent at the lowest prices.
Don't fall ta give me a call and matiesf
yourself of the above facts.
8. F. COOPER.
OFFERS for sale the following ver
JPopuilar brandls, via
Bradley's Sea Fowl tGuano.
C. C. Coo's Superphosphate.
Bradle.y's Ammoniated Dissolve
Rloyal Guano Comipoun,l
Bradley's Acid Phlosphatp.
Parties wishing OGuanos by the car-lot
oan hive them ordered tol)oko, Rildgewa
Lyles' Ford and Strother's Stations, ns
am agent for the entire Contey 'of Fali
Sold. Timie sales due November 1.
For arrangements on time and price .*h
' I1ERRIE DACOT,
Wfl, Ii. LYLEs,
ATTORfEV AND) 00UNSEtLLOtt AT L.Al
R oomn No. 4, Stoond Floor,
NFW L FR YJV8tJRA NCE BfTJLD UN(
Corner Richarsnnad Washington streeta,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
3- Will practice ins Fairfield.
1MARTIN & THOMPS6
SUCCE880R TO 0. R. THIOMPSON.
Tanners, Outriers and Loaher Maat
TilE tabove named firm would cal
..especial attentlon to Doot and Bhs
Msnutecturors an, l Harness Ma ker. WV
wIll sell pare oak tanned finish ed utoc'
for light and heavy purposes, as low a
any house Ia tee. trade at, wholesale e
CASH PAIP FOR HIDES.
Buck Eye Bee .ie .
And --1oth TWrap.
C ONNNOlt CLOWNEY & CO... proptie.
tai u for' ilie comntis of Pntrficil and
Chester, offer Farm Rigi04 to make
andl use the snme Widh niansple hive for
$10 00. A pply a' ince aid, be readl 19
htuse li e fir t sw nI ris. *
mopr 10 8 innsboro, 8. C.
I}b a 1 . :, j
-.) 101nt4 Molas . I
h1l. Choif Dem o
12 blib. Yellow 1j, Exiira C.. .nO Gran u1n.
8.fack prmo RliACoffe.
r.111,Al' OR CA .
BE vY, BRO., & SON
sronin the Blooc
MAKES THE WEAK STRON.
he Peruvian .urup, a Protfet
V Soltation of the .rotoWide of
on, is so combined as to have
the character of an aliment, as
easily digested and assimilated
with the blood as the simplest
food. It increases tMe t4antity
)Nattre's Oton Rtalizing
Yent, Iron in the blood, and
cures "a thousand ills," smpl
byToning #Invi oratiV an
-V"Wzng XvSsem 5Veen.
riched and vitalized blood per
fneates ftvery part of the bodl,
repairing danages and wasteo
searching out morbid ecre
tions, and leaving nothing for
disease to feed spon.
21his is the becret of the won
- derfsl success o this refsedy in
curing Dyspepsia, Liver Com-.
plaint, Dropsy, Chronic DiMar.
Ghills and .eors, Hurn
Loss *o! Constitutiona)1m Vigor,
Diseases of the Ridneys -and
Bladder, Female Complaints,
and all.diseases o orinating
a bad sta the blood, or ac
cotopaie y debi lty'or a low
atateof the system. Being free
from Alcohol in any form, its
ehergizing es are not fol
foved -by corresponding reao
tion,.but are permanent nf
sing strengtl, & n newe
Liefito al parso he systeum,
an busilding usp an Iron Con..
Thossadsha've been changed
by -the useo this remedy, frons
wveak, sickcy .af4ln crea
tusres, to 'e.sng hahy, and
hapymen and women and
itate to give it a trial.
See that each bottle has P ERU
VIAN SYRUP blowna in the glass.
SETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Proprietofs
mo. 1 Mult n Place, I3oaton,
sor.D DY DILC,oOIS TS GRoa Ia aA LL r.,
Coroner's Sale of Personal Prop
B Y virine of ,nurdry exeocut ions t'o iwe
dir ected, I will offer for sale So thne
hnighnest bidder an Sihe store house of B. F.
Davidson & Ce. in~ WIr.nsbos o. On h (e
finas. Monday in May liext, within SI, e
legal hours of sale, for ctash, tIhe follow in g
describ id personal property to wit..
v Or, stock of goods and contenOts of
slore, levied uipon 51he properly of L. WV.
Dunvell, .suraivor, a. Sthe snii ef ID. F.
Fleming & Coi., ingnhisl L.. W. D)uvall. suir
vivor, andl oIkerseginstt hec enme defend.
SIL 48 W. RUFF,
Coroner F. C,
A pril 12Sh 18V5.
Notice of' Land RLedeniption.:
Famr*ield (hounty. A pril Dr. , I87%,
1OTIUE is. hereby given .to Henry
--Clark andhi nsnigins, that S he
.nmoney h as'been deposited in -the- Cournty
Treasury of 1fairfield Countfy, or the ro
doampt ion one hn in'.ked and olghty' (180)
nores of lannf iwn sbflln tI, nsold as the
property of tine &staie of W. U. Iloyle., de.
conised, Ior ntas, an,td pirchnasedi by Sihe
-said fIentry f~Inarke at deOlingjnent land sa!
March 8th, A. D). I8%.
WVI, It. PEBA KR,.
april 10-2w A uditor F. 0.
a firsi class
I no'w -o-ffer to thne ladies of F.birrliold In o
most Pashnionnble, Bieautful andi attra 0.
-tivo Stock of
ever exhibited for sale in thnis placo.
M~y'stook is new complete in Dry Gloods
WiteIlS. Goods, Fancy Goods, Notions,
r' G.ovos, Jlandkorchniers, &o., &e.
And a spilenidid stock of Trimmings,
Emnbroideries, Laces Edgings, Braids,
'Frillivngs, &e,, intclu sing all of fthe novel.
ties of thone asont, Please call and see.
Very Rlespect fully,
3. H. 'non Wm