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The Fairfield herald. (Winnsboro, S.C.) 1849-1876, June 14, 1876, Image 2

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niifl'crr in thin matter, as they are
far moure dc1)ondent onl t ho publi
schiools thatn tho wh}itc6. As lont
is they cotue~if to beo (1up)e( into
cl'etfllg to ofiiceo men ilotoriouiil'
iiicotflp)Vtt:1t, 3o loug mnust there b(
lisrt-Iltellt and siuffcriimg in the
7tatto.
A (hianci to: the D'jtectlvoi.
ciovet nor (lmandjerluin Sani iMnutc
n"i the iii'i't't. wih pr l1oof to convict
if t ito parties engaged in the ly'nch
1. (if the Jiaizulon murliderers
11114ii ssrikon 11s. fl5 going jtntt a lie
4(1o f'ir in alttempl~ting to vindicate
lie. iii~ije-sfy of tilt law. Vowiirdt
or1 the :lire it of imi~tiwic halnrged
,sit it ('it1lIVE ar proper~ onily wliet
h~e ac!'iise'l have thudl from justice,
I(1111 4;ll~ 1) he3 nitiiit', an 11 it]
*tflij"(t ii1)iel2 ll bilgee 11t ed no hl
lT is1eC1" i ;1eiedIhe itT of t hat county is fit koi
11.1("( Of the 1icuipl(, lie will 1111d it
1t at all lilietult. to I rimig to ti iat
stay I':1 ic S for whom lawful v
wa- i f :rst Shall 1be issuted. H'i
oii li l' of the c' ninty, wvas pr(!Sc1)
nuini thle pis~onersi we*re takeni ofl
(, he l'nehed. Certainly thet. PICKl
Iive oif these wvitni sf-8 wouilt 5(em
1) 1 ('lieV'e the iiflair oif all oif tht
aivs.t 1iy aut dlili''.Iltv which shiould
LIA S tXi-t. to just.. fy the e'XV(2'ttivt
11hivX1"1(t'1 iir 'U'Cait jti4t tudl:vii li thle goveilrnr
*1ii' i t ; f.ti t Iif~l et1 ut hit l b een
i.'hh*--ait) wet. think it ea'.r that
to, Sikh (Itit. has Ict iL'i Jil(le-itI
11 1.( * :; i"1 if sjil' ia1i l etee ti ('(. t(:
to c 11, tit: tlied allgedl e}lkndcrt
iret ti.-' law~s oif the 'State. It
: ee aI.andl we have n(t
(a a;,,! ti, iluitlit lier st:zti'iot'ii1t. that
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d with a conviction, as was shown in
the case of Sparnick, of Aiken, and
Bowley, of Georgetdwn. Even after
conviction, there are many chances
of escape. In these hard times, the
price of a jailor or a penitentiary
guardsman would not be exorbitant,
and with the extensivo means which
McDevitt seems to have thievisbly
acu(ilred, lie Worud tind little trouble
in procuring an accideut l exit from
his place of confinement. We may
hear fron him yet The- offer of
one thensald dollau s may induce him
to surrender himaself to one of his
friends in Cohumbi 1, with whom he
will divide that 1,um. upon such
ter 8s as shall be proper. And while
the State authorities have their
hands in, it might be well to uako a
special effort for the apprehension
of Parker. We have no dout that
there lre many pcrsons about the
ltepublican heaua~jurters in C..lunm
bia Who have a positive know ledge
of his whereabouts, and we feel
equa:ly certain that wiro proper
means11 employed by the State gov.
ibrought to jus?tice in a short time.
But prtssibly Pat ker knows too much,
and, if forced back to Columbia, might
tell all. Ho iighlt thusi imiplicate
others, and some unple.saint devel. I
opments might be mlde. Suspi.
iols i f the exist- nee of fears, on the
part of the Sitte authorities, that
Parker might talk too freely, have
long existed, and these suspicions
are excited anew by the action of
ove'rnor Chummberlain respecting
McDevitt's flight, in strong contrast
as it is with the shnaneful in action
that chariaterize.1 thie course of the
State authorities when Parker was
easily within their ) each. We be
ieve it to be not vet too lato to
bring him to justice, and the State
governuelit owes it to the people
whom Parker ro!)ed, and to jsi.tice
itself, to I ake a proper ell'o t to
that end. Parker is a much greater
criminiual than McDevitt, and the
endeavors to have him brought to
trial for his c) is:ies shold be more
sitlenuouts inproinerti)n.
The Chinese Question.
There is quite a bitter movement
in (Caliifornia ng'-in st the Chinese.
and anti-Chinese meetings are very
freqteint. The feelings of those op
iosed to this ciass seem to be very
miiuch wrought ip, and they likewise
Appearl to be determined to keep
those foreigners dmvn. The chi ,i
c4)olplulnt Iii ad is that the Chinese,
from their extriaoiriinarv aptitude
for jony mechanii'al trade. and their
ability' ti) live onl but very little,
hi rve tatken w erk aIway fromi those
hi ter eni tle 1( to it. and threaten to
d.1 ive (out the native laboriing classes
at toge'the. TIhe leaders in tie
m 'ieent seem11 deeply in eai nest.
and1( it is yet a question how far they
will go to eariy out their ends. Vie
lence hans been m1iore thani onice
Ed. It is eaUsy to see that this condi
tion of things cannot long conitinuei
T'he. o muist h-e an iss~ue mnade and
met. For1 the aniti-Chiinese alssocia
tions to a dopt aggressive mea~sures,
forcing4 thle offensive clia to submit
to their diet~ation, imist bring about
troubhle. John Chiin~unan is reputedl
t o be a very docile and gooi. i-natured
fellow, buht when lie tiudls he is to be
d rivein to the wall, lie will probably
"feel himself" aL little, and make at
least a shw~ of resistance. In such
an esenlt serious resulta may be ex
pe1icted. The enemies of the Chinese
miay consent to a comnpromnise of $
somne sort, but th1ey will scarcely
abandon altogether the position they
have taken and tile pledges they
have imade bceorei the public and~ to
one anoiuther. The' contest thus in
aulgniritedl is initeresting as being
b)ased t.i a great e'xtent upJonl race
distinctions. If the Chinese were
C mien ct to be alzil thiei r lives conuinonl
1laborers, sulbjrt to4 the do mination
Iof t ho '.icasinm there wouhld searce.
ly be' any t roible. But the constant
-arri vals from the East, and the
rowng ~ndncyof the Chinese in
thiscoutry o 'ift t hiemselves far
abohve their former level, have
calui'ed apiprehiension andl suispicion
>in the mindls of those who now give
t vent. to t heiri feelings in the formna
1t ion of asseiciat ins lprof(eely
inimiical to, thie new madee Americans
(hwut result of thew lmvemenclt is al
I ist (aainil to b~e an imumediate
st ojpage of Chinese immigration to
Calitiforia. Whet her these st range
ple~ ~d will veniturhle in to ot her States.
fit is hard tio say. They atre not
a4 likely to he impressed with the last
inig natulre oif American prosperity,
Amerai freedom oJr Americar hloi
italty anid t howeicountrymnen on
the other side of the globe are still
less likely to crowd over to a counl
try where anti Chinese associations
can exist.
Th7e Govornor's Prc~mat~on.
here can sull yl be no objection
toL the act ion of Go0veernor Chamber.
hiin imn issuing a prochlmationl.order
ing e on ameo- at the law to hjim.
to justieo those who took part in
the lyiibifig of the Harmon mur
derers. No ont pretends to say
that the act was anything but s
lawless one and the parties engaged,
liable to trial before a oeurt and
jury. , or can it be consigered in
any d ee wrong for the Governo)
"wirt' his fellow-citized of thb
nature and effects of such resort to
to violence for the punishnent of
crime,""when he hAs been officially
informed of la less acts. Thore is
10 doubt that some actio'n was
necessary on the part of the St:te
authorities, in the spirit and laan
guage of his proclanation, has gone
none too far. In his letter to
Judge Carpenter. ho shows his
desii e for impartial jnstiee, irn
urging that the two negro women
who were thought to have been
'ceessories in the nurler be at
once brought to tritl. We cannot
see how lie could well have done
less than he has done, and nobody
hap any right to complain of the
proclarnation eonsidered as an
obfoiial act. But there are some
points ijade by the Guvei or that
are not strongly supported by the
facts which have stared the people
Of South Carolina in the face for
the past eight years. That the
people have lost confidence in the
courts of justice as moans of pre
venting crime is most unfortunately
true--and, from what we have been
able to learn, this is especially the
case in portions of Judge Carpen-,
ter's circuit. Since 1868 there have
been such things in South Carolina
ats incompetent, partial aind corrupt
judges: there have been more than
one instance of i manipulation of
juries, with an occasionul effort to
Ibribe jurymen properly (rawn:
there have been cases of acquit Lal
n the face of very strong proof of
guilt : the discretion given to tie
circuit solicitors to discontinue
prosecutions has been exercised in a
ainner most dangerous to the pub
lie peace and welfare : prisoneis
're-iuently escape from jail and are
never heard from : the pa rd. :ning
power has been most w:antoly and
isgracefully abused, and immunity
fromu just punishment given to
pardoned criminals for political
ends or for a pe'uniary considera
tion It is useless to deny any of
these propositions the proof of
ne.rly all of them is a matter of
public record, and of the rest of
publie notoriety. It is true that,
some of these evils have <c.ecd to
exist under Governor Chamberlain's
administration, but two years of
good management will not suflie
to wipe out of existence the im
priessionls and1( suspicions (-ngender
edb cxyar-s of crime in public
places, protection to criminals, the
.Lbuse4 of powVer on the side of wrong
.and a gener-al ignoring of all those
regulations which are necessary foi
the peace of society as well as foi
the enforcement 'of the law a'gainst
inudividuial offenders. While all
must aga cc that the lynching of the
Harmon murderers was both wrong
in the abstract and dlangerous in its
natural tendencies, vet it is hut the
part of justice and wiwl'om to in
qulire into the causes' oJf that act
upon the part of a body of citizens
acting outside of the law. For our
selves we abhior lynchi-law, anid
deplore its emplhloyment in South
Carolina. But while thus deplor
ing, it is but right that there he a
full stuvey oif the field of facts
which have led to its use. The cir.
cumustances we have mentioned are
the direct causes of that staite of
the piublic mind which makes
lynch-law piossible. For the ex
intence of those canses, the corrupt
men, mostly white, in the Republi.
can party in this State arc mainly
rosponible. To their had teachings
may be traced alnost every instance
of a flagrant (disregard of law that
has ocepurred anmong'us for the past'
eight years.
A FLowRn Tux-r CrIason~ I-rS
Com on. -1 < di j is a division oIf
natural science which treats of
plants, and a study of Vegetable
Phiysioilogy must be the foundation
of botamecal kmno .vledg-a study
only possible by the imuprovemuents
in the microscope andI in organic
che(mlistry. As plants are not
senttered hiaphaz~ardl over the earth,
botanical geograp)hy must be, stuadi
ed, and, with this, pllant-histor y.
Botany may be alppled to the wants
of every-day life, as in Agriculture,
Horticultulre, or Medical Botany.
Animals often exhibit a marvelous
instinct in selecting med~icinal herbs,
and an observation of their habits
has often, oven in thme present lime,
led to most valuable discoveries.
And should man, with his knowb
edge and appilianices, fail to dliscover
less than the brute ? It is of Mcdi
cali Botany we would speak, or of
the HF.PATINE PLAN-r, discovered in
Souther n Nubia, the Flower of
whih changes it color with every
hagofthe atmosphere. The re-.
markable changes and variations of
this Plant and Flower have been
for years our special study, resul),
ing in the discovery of its posses
sion of wonderfuil medical prUoper
ties, the existenecn anid value of
which have heretofore been entii-oly
unknown to miedical science. After
much labor and scientific investigar
tion, we hive succeeded in extract
ing its peculiar medicinal priliIple,
wJ14phare a specific and cure for all
lise s of the Liver, Stomuagh and
Bowel ; a. perrmanent cure. for
Dvs ~sia, Indigestion, Spleen,
Cons ation,. Jaulldie, ald al
Biliott's Conftplaint.- Of coirse
'ainot send a living Flower, of this'
Plant to all who read of lepatine ;;
but to all who wilt send their t
address to MEin-,lm. & CouN:s,
Phi"ladelphia, Pa., with a tlrie cent
itp for return p-stvfe, we will
send Fnss a fa"tsimilo of the Flower.
tehat will change its color just the
same as the re:il Hotritine Flower.
The Medicine, 31EREI.IEJ&s lEPA
r'ti., for sale by MeCMAsri:n & Brewc,
Winnsboro. S. (;., will eure all
liseases of the Liver.
Wox01E:rr. Sue._".s;'-It ii ri
porte.d that 3"sure:', (- E MAn
SynL lar. since its in1ti oduiction in
the Uited States. reached the in
mnense sale of 410.000 dozen per
year. Over (.00J Druggists have
ordered this Medicine direct from
the Factory, at Woodbury N. J.,
in-i not one has reportet 1 a ingle
failure, but overy letter ae) tiks of
its astonishing success inl curing
severe Coughs, ('olds settle.l oI the
Bre'cast. Consumption, or any" diseasel
of the Throat anld Lu;ng.. We ad
vise iny person that has any pre.lis
positioin t- we:tk LoUngs. to go to
their Druggist. McI.wrriu & ]1itcy,
and get this Medicine, or inquire
about, it. legular size, 75 rents
4amlle bottle, 10 cents. Two doses
will relieve any case. Don't neglee
your cough. *
Sr:sximt.ir Anvi.:.-Y it are asked1
every dty thI;ihi the cohnns of
newpapers attiil by y.>nr druggist
to use sitmethinrg for Dvsjiepsia and
Liver Cornplaint that u : now
notilingalboiut. You get diseirrage.l
pen-lml; iloliy with but little
necess. Now to give von s:ttis
factory proof that (OtEEN's AUocS-r
Fi.owrn wili cure you of Dyspepsia
iil Liver Conplaint with all their
efle'ts. such as iSur Ston-teh. Sick
[leacleb., 1[alit ual Ci stivcness,
palpitatioi of the I [cart, Heart
burn. Water brash, corning up of
Lofod after esting, low spirits &t.,
we ask you 1. go4 to youi )ruggists.
\le1t.tITE & IUf(1;. ati;l ;,et a Sam
ple0 10>ttiin of GurIsF1 Ararqs-r
F'.owEn for 10 cents an I trv it, or
:t lle!ettlar Size for 75 cents. T'w;
'loses will relieve you. -
"Ow's uiotler ?" aske-1 thy Prince
of WVales after lie had kisse l his wife
.nd Iabies all a'ind. 'The Heinp
ess i wel1l." 1 eliil Alexandra.
"Hetipess he 'ang. 1," ri :r t .el the
prinee. --Sho oug ht to 'avi knocked
trtt ul Hindi e as 1i 'ave, anll then
silk aiout b(in HIetaitpress." An(d lIe
.;av'. h:s he .d . cin :einyit i'tn4 t. s .
A thing is neOver toti oiften repeat
mld which is never sutllie:ently
Illinois I lts 200I ch1(ees faictoriesl.
to whiichi 2.000.000) mt ~ ilch cows make
dJily conitribultions.)$
A dlesire to siay things which no
oneir e'ver said, mt-ike(s Sf11ne1 11n')lle
say things nobodoul4 ght to say.
Ihe goo 1 Sll tnt~iail t ip') I
at. the soiim.1 of woi :O (l does a
g '(o( horse.
OBITU 1llY.
hf.ED. att the resi Ic of bi Iet
rat 'int um .u n Iun es inio
E ale oftChosesi in A eti0:z.
~) Y~ perm~iis n of uth 1i.' -'. aite I 'ourt wt C
A.. wi 1 Iiell at Fatirfieldl Coirt H! i-se 'n
te;r I dayv ii .1nly ntaxt at i i oeie,.
in. ab (of thet C zOSes init a -ioni leloni 4 nf
t>the estate o A. N. Hind .oi&. dec ust~l.
Tornts caish.
D.'.NL.. II 'TEViGNSON,
E. II ..Si'VENSON.
june 14 .1 Fix. arol E-h'rx.
Famly ape, cntii'aing 25 e' 11umnts
eliuig I riginial S-rial Sitois byv the
Ske'tchets. writtenr e'xprf-.dl for its
.*olnhinn.t ; Agrtiet ituriml mtter from prtac
tra pens;1ii SabblathI and I t b ibirnein' Ead-l
inlg, lby comti -t-ntt wr iter ; i (tnnorous
Read~it and( fxceirptis Iromtt theil icurnt
liteorture of t he daiy. Not adv~ert isemennts
or miatter oft eithler a licail or at po lilitia
chn aneer. Nctly pr~ -nteId oni linei wit '
paprl- leaintg low ail t resh. laapted
to atll taustes1 tand all se-ct ions of thle co- ii
T'EinMa. Sintgle sucript~ienii a ' 50 per
annumiit. ini adtvance; ini c'ibs of five or
lonr, I1 '.5 pi r y :ar. rndu a valutable
P'remaiumn wovrtht 1ii $i.4n to $54,
depeiniiig upon11 the nutmbr of -ubscri
hetrs to Ite make ofi1)4 t eS iiib. .'picimen(1
coipies alt ful t pL arica-Ir.- of ou*1r hbe14ral
tetlto:.to ligints andl cliu-makq rs senit on
apphuleationt. .A-idress
a~ie~ IiYorkiile, S. C.
S' h'HIi'AT TNG; 4i hI inse-l 'il. r
.l. 'lnone itil. f ast (r (il, julst ree&i ved at
the IDri't Store of
11001 PRElSEI(VEII,
it, ('ithler in bil diung or more part icular-.
Iy 0n IFvnce Posts. 'r sale14 by
oct 21 W. N. )ina-x.
Fine Domestic Wine.
fUSTh rece-ived a lot of fine N. C. WINE
eJ fromu Ih!e celt burated Viniovatrd . at
mtar 25 It J McI''C ItLEY'S
Glet, youir job work dono at. this
a' .i to tTl ,f
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1'ICmilt that t'\"at $ll.,zailu'(l 'It: Silll."q.p
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TIE GREAT RMEDY FOR
CONSUMPTION
which can be mired by a
timely resort to this stalnd(
ard 1eriiatt ion, as has been
proved by the h:nI dreds of
testimonials received by the
prorietors. it is aclknowl
edged by many prominent
physicians to be the m1ost
ia'b11le p)re1)ar'altiol ever' in
troduced foir the relief' and
cure of all Lung complaints,
and is offered to the public,q
sanctioned' by the experience
of over forty years. 'When
resortecd. to in season it sel
don fiils to efrect a speedy
cure in the most severe
cases of Coughs, Bronclhitis,
croup, 'Whooping Cough1,
Influenza, A1sthman, Colds,
Sore Tluh-o~at, Pains or Sore
31ess in the Chest and Side,
Liver Complaint, Bleedilng
at t he Lungs, &c. Wiistar's
Ibalsmn does not dry ip a
Cough, and heave the cause
behind(, as is the case with
iost l)'alrdI'dtions, but it
loosents andl cleanses the
I1n2gs, anid al1Vs irr'itationi,
thus reloving the cause of
the comlplainmt.
I'l:V.PAnIuD BY
SETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Boston, MPss
A u sold by 1)rnggise and I.t.alra gvneraly
Iro~n ini th'~e Blood
.A NL
SR ON
MAKES TiE W A( STRONG.
The Ucruriiian .'7'rup, ae Protl'et
.ell Nolutjion of' the P'rolo.ridle of
Jreon. is so en inlucd ( as to tiara
the rha Pract:r"' u alnl teinlt'i. as
e'asil!/ <lic/iesteel ((nil <(tiiitcl(
with the lilool as the :simiplest
food. It in creases the <t<: :fit!y
of (Klire's Ouen l'iltlizi:na
Aflent,. iron (in the bloodl, ad
cele '(ahoe('wn11 ills,"' siniply
T 'ilalizinq; thu N'!s fcm. The en
7riche d ( ane itali aceu lbloodl per...
-anclefs Ccre'3' jut r't of (he iodqy,
SearJc/hinv, otti mr:ioi1.idsee.
tionis, <une (ear ilif nothing foi'
di/sc~se l:, fecid uponi.
Tihis is the scre't of' 11/1 u-on
derful .uesa~ of thmis r<cely~ in&
cur'inay )~y 3cpsia1, I .in .'r Co:a..
pilaint, I)ropsy, Chrione '. Iu
'hwa..Dolls, Ner'1vou .4\ f-ct:.
Clhi a:1 'e'vers', II 33 3n.)
loss of' Cotistita ionalt 1igor',
Diseases of the( JKidleys - am(t
nl al(liscase or'linrtatinmq in
<1 hall( state of/ the looml, ov' aC
comipanmicl by dchililli or a lotw
slatc of' the systenu. lein< f,'co
5'frm A lcohol, in a n yi form, its
enaci'(1i:nti ejlfees areC not fol..
towedl lit, corre~spiontlinv, reac
lion, but arc per'?manent, infJu..
Sinq t'clarenth deo. andl ne~t
life into ai1l arts (of'the( Pfsfeln1
ThoVu~salnet: :1le beeni chin< ' q
byl thc tesc of tiai~ l'( remt ldy, J'i-o.Z
'u'cta', sle/i-iy, suffer''i~j cp"'g..
SuJ'es, to sftroniq healthy, andl
1(al0 to g/ive it a tried.'
See that each bolte has PE RU-.
VIAN SY RU P blou-a in4 (he yjlass.
SE1HI W. FOWLE & SONS, ?ropridors,
%O. I 3i11t is PIoce, Lotona.
A CUP of GO~ D TEAb
win t) the I'2 ve!3 in 1 tun ..;ai.~3n 3:
th t h l iv iin hu th h. . ';- I . .'. 3:
Sent~ II y il.'* py 3'3l.I., \:h s(ni 1
I F.A ('O. 11.3 i'r l1at N. V
ao in' b ' ' a. f- I~ns 3' 3.13
pes o : Iey e i' e inda, 3 31 ' -". i;
f I)Ino'h al a.t,N qur.,n all" kno (e.,.A
1r).3'n tl o 35.., 31's. I'3b ' wj h3 jj.
Iarrhage'3 gal, N .: y. pi'kI g , n. %lil J.
-I 0 8 t o I33 . e. We ~ na M a
l. \ '''I & I' . rusI)3 (6:' \I3 3a. il ~
13 . Iha y r i ve1 ' N ian or

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