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y, ~j~arch ,1, _ : 1877.
It. *M DAVIS. . .~I
JKO. $. REYNEOLDS, t dIt4p
The counting ti' b o
*Hayes was the Cro(w)nin infamy.
liii~acitultdrcbR, let us not forget
Sena ov1Thiiri a i,' )JiiI conhued_
to h1a'ribwd, 1A.t i ,kdi~$'Zii$ 0ofi ou
on the r F i 4isivit. .The
Commission 8 too mioh eind made
him sick. Kornan of EN vFk ' uc
ceeded himV" " n A.I.
Turkey a ~iSery,1 of o(t
i tIici'd atreaty ofpeace. '..&io
for any Christian to cprp1liic
them. Th -MC I Qpbos, ~p ideq1 ro
war a~i~4st iQ $ R, eAsagqq n his
empire has thawed out. The etowb
are.,to. -3tep :ypt 'fbi.; hi& " mtvto
The appointment, by Goveii~in
Hampton, MW' 1;'I. liie , T~iykor ns
Inpco q ~~ is cm ; 6t
,Qn,;CoL, Whylol, 'aa -
dent of the State Agricutltural. Abo
,1 tar I. , 1e qSato
Uf a Quo o . 9 , lecdigagri.
culturista of the State,- ind' his, actil
Telditiuems~o .11ad 'a " hi
ratte -i n of' $ 80;bjbhl tia'tin
dowed the "John Wq14 " ,1enkexpial
Professorship of tliei UJnive?i6 -'f
Pei 7mmylvahia" hrh61!dbt otth'e 0pres4i=
det1)'ti te' eiteia1 na q'
PIa str dttish43d by, Cdntdhw
peaut an f opcdrii b1 l gin
toatu hots a wqrj, JIQ waIA
T , $ ? .1t o touhual & I ithe'
genly dorediteil 'o gr'* o,1f ~f:
Has.h t datfi$ abd;~. b4ito
rial dernandings tht., Q~itlert
Grant' siioukd at once . 'redogr~i~e
Pac~rc andc "troo sl td dh b
the Nioholls govb}iiisibirt 'aid4 'puI
down ' "isr~tp 1wihthe
editorial claimed hail oustetd "in
Louiijn. inob the "l4th' of Selo
ber, 1874. Th'o recej~t "iiiWii
ton 14 tbi) Wpparently otoial maui
foetop4,the poiy of IayOsdovOlted.
the corrupt element in Southern
politics, the plainer, moreleg:, more
.a. be n-eseeoure-wi-tr
accept the ver i et of-to majority of
tote oo le of" thy tivo disputQ.
o. 4qt e in the 4
fs tio pi 'n pton a#(
Omitting all other considerations
forthe~prufent;- it'pies sufficibit ro
show that tinW-at'e 'acid ft i(e's.
.dential-elections-do not-116Veid~ on
each.o te f t iniirsaliy con
ceded that Hayes and Hanptpn
,)o, S,oi qghw' .Wei- the
Canvassing Board counts thW Aec
, 9r ;otpf th9,49gishattx&e deolhres
e guberinatonal electior - and the
ejgisty ire,dges of tie qualiffa
tions of its own members; TMb
ouvapsing ,Board's doclhatiton of
the eleotio n oidgilitt rll 'Illegal
and will be, disregtrdd. .;; will
t i i iMr. ..Jayesi to
permit the Canvassing Board to
judgb ofbis-' e1'tibi aid the ogis
lature to decidg t,.e qucstion ; of
governor. He is in no way indebt
ed to th6 Odnvasking'Boat-2 They
acted properly in reference to iuj.'
self. But ii illegally a sipig .,to
ti c4e coiplMoein of 1 than Lo'isla
turentbeJ osrbd>ommitt d it Aieirnus
wrong, and Ir. Hayes canioaford
to assyme additiptl burdern
pqrattinug, the .results oA their'
infamy. Unless he be an ttbatIone'd
witblr; lMwi'll;AWkt'4ha a ivith dir
Stat~e gfletrs ..!
Even in Louisiana, Hayes and
Paokard are sfotmutaAly delMd dent.
The Rettfrning Board f.t $t te
ha, p. elaps t>e, right toonv the
electoral returns. But the provls.
,on oft thd'Lortiidaha Constitution ik
to the Legislature apd goverrlpQ, -ip
similar to ours. 1. The Logiallitute
jiulga.vf the qualiicatione df itt
own members and also declmrn e
eledtloh of :erno . Tli 'ef.urn.
ing Board, #ternpted1 trbald: usurpa.
tion of power.-in rejecting '-thy
Democratic legi14tors and' giving
bertificates to" the a flidas. . Tlhe
Nicholls Sent,iAsa q uo2trnmi even
of Returning Board' members,' while
tAo House hr's it'qndrnm ofndinner
elected, and asfull qqorun, ,papable,
under the constitutioxi of judging
ofthe eleetionrof. its inombors. ' The
Nicholls Legislattire canvassed the
vote' acording to y and declted
Nicholls goyernor. The Packard
Legislature has'tot dvein a-prdteid"
d quorum.in eiter branclu. i
compo theeforo for gtr. LIpyes
t~d assume that he is ebtitled: to ithe
to~to of; onibiawtn avhle h thinee
time (tQ sidmit th),the Legis1pture(
which is'the day .thorized :lao:dy'
ijsleyfndly~tdeclaqd aNicholls igy
course he can pur;sye. It, therefgre
i by no means, truo, A.t~ayes,
ika1dan d Ohamberlain are bo~nd
together. .Whi~IThe pebp1 of thebo
two Stateg will do, if Mr.. iSayps
%Ahoul4 b9p r gnanp a~ to on
davor to foist two defeated cie
hggeie'jthun thWii> It 'IA o
the pr jg'mp tp qss2
Att9 agy that Wadse Mai tori
po1iody, will be governor of~ tgli
\hen the canoe of eolithbCh'?efii
th ifw9 ho~xges gi . grops~ e
~t&i wer~e raised. anid thatcase wont
objdetions de af'iddlc
1). That no le a .91ec ion was b ld
h'da~uEh GM t 'f - tal
that Stato EAJ aIhn n ,
tl1$ntijtt1id 'tho ' "fror
giratbn, oltI ~
ord df~o h r6. 4l
7,', ' br
1xii0f i t . ' gl nag
of no legal or free- election was or
could be hold.
dLhat, -at-- the several-potling'
places in said State wore stationed
"gnited States deputy marshals,
appojigtp4 undor the provisions of
sections 021 and 2022 of the United
8tate rvised sttutes, which pro
pk or etdbonstitutional -4nd
voi ; that said deputy marshals,
exceeding over one thousand in
mimb r-by lhoir unlawful and arbi
ltr1ty a actiod,l ilk beliendi to' the,
irnpropr .and - illegaL-instr-uotions
received, by thern fon - the- Depart.
-ment of Justico, so intoriferod with
the full and free exercise of the right
of suffrage by the duly qualified
voters of said State that a fair elec
tion could not be aid .was not held
in said State on November 7, 1876.
V hft'tteoew4s rot, ,from;; the
18B 6ftan iarf, 18'1, up to and ii
eluding the 10th of December, 1876,
at any time a State government in
the, stptto ei South Carolina except a
pretended government set up in
violation of law and of the constitu~
tion of the:United States, by Feder l
authority, and sustained by Federal
Striltew ht the root df diseaso bf purifying
the blood, restoring the liver and kidneys
to, hi4thy1aotion, invigotttting the netlots
Is not a vile, nauseous ddmpound, which
simply purges the bowels, but a wuth,
pleasant remedy which is sure to purify
the blogi,( thereby restore. tho hialth.
Is now prescribed in cases ot Scrofula and
other diseases of the bit od,, by many of the
bost phyidiah. owing to its great success
in curing all diseases of this nature.
Does not deceiv.e invalids into false hopes
by purging and creating a fictitious appo
tite but assists nature in clearing and
purtfying the whole system, leading the
patient gradually to perfect health.
Says a Boston physicion. "has no equal
as a blood purifier. Hearing of its many
wonderf tt cures; after all other remedies
had faiteld, 'I visited the laboratory and
pnvinced myself of its genuine merit. It
is prepared from barks, roots and herbs,
pach of which is highly effective, and they
ale compounded in such a manner as to
produce as oiiishing results."
Is noknoivled ged and recommended by
physicians and apothecaries to be the best
'linrifler and cleanser of the blood yet
discovered, and thousands speak in its
praiseo who have been restored to health.
WHAT IS NEEDFD.
BosTON, Feb. 13, 1874.
Mn. H. R. STvENs:
Dear Sir-About one year since, I found
myself in a feoble conditiori from gencral
debility. VEGETINE was strongly recom
mended to me by a friend. who had been
iuchi benofitted by Its use. I procitred
the article, and after using several bottles,
a'va restored to health and discontinued
fA'use. I feel quite oonfideit that there
is ?o medicine superior to it for those
comp)1lain ts' for 'whiceh it is especially pre
pasred, and woulId cheerfully recotniend
it to those who feel that they need somue
thing to restore them to perfect health.
- U.L. 'ETTNGII1L,
,Firmn gf S. M. ?ettingill & Co.; 10 state St.
FE~EL MYSELFi A NEW MAN.
NA TIc1, MASS., June 1, 1872.
'ia. HI. R . STEV.ENs;
SDear Sir-Through the advico and earn.
qst persuasion of Rev. E. 8, liest, of this
p1co, I have been taking VEGET1INE for
i?3sepsia, from which I have suffered for
t'I hdave used only two bottles and already
feel 'uyselt a new man.
R ~lespectfully, -
IUn , , ART.ER.
Egtineo Is Soltd by all ui,~Is
-,. CoDN 'Py of~ JFARFIELD.
.Ajy, 0I.L110Mb90Ns, Esq., Probate Judge.
made suit to meo to grant him
lter of ad e ed ~)sta and
~ Aie are, therefore, to cite and adnmons
is and singular tho kindred and eredi
r% of the said Richard Dove, Sr., do
4ese that he be a pp PrJ~4
~ijld Court house, 8. 0., on the' 16th
ykf Mairoh next, after publication
uiPat 11 o'olookc in'. fOYhodtn, to
sho~bause, if any they have, why the said
diatration should not be granted.
OiS ,-n0. R THOMfPSON,
a~H~frm of JO1 'Q)g4 ?1mgUI.
U~tjW Is this daydhsolved by mutual
66nhut. Robeyl ..lti,rew.. a--herby
Et~u so isett.e the bu ro ~ hi s
ereoF AAb~it t erm-of
JI0 'Xe rgquetdE4
th r atorne
efeb20mI .~. oant astama
Emperor Williin Cabbage.
r HE b1ut;' larhestardiest and most
a. p rote etvaqty, of witeri: CAsBAoE
known in Europe, and imported to this
country exclusively by the under.signed,
whore, with little cultivation, it flour
ishes astonishin*ly, 'ttaining an enor
mous size, and selling in the market at
prices most gratifying to the. producer.
In tran i>.ting, great 'care should be
used togive suticient space for growth.
Solid heads the size of the mouth t a fiojir
pirrel is tho'aerngo run' of ,this choice
Vafity.. One phokage of the seed' sent
post paid on receipt.of 50 cents, and one
3 cent postage stamp. Threo packages to
one address S 00 and two 3 cent stamps.
1' I} 4 es spit qp reveipt'of $8 00.
a: 'a n ii weil known Garrett
Co. a':y endor says of the E\iPERoit WI.
BLOOMINOTON, GakInIET CO.,
Md., Jan. '-2, 1877.
Mn. JAm.Es CAaligLL, 66 Fulton St. N. Y.
"Der Sir:--i bought some seed f rom you
last spring, anid it was good. Your Em
peror Williitiii Cabbage suits this climate
well. "On a toiiitain side the seed you
sent me prdlioed Cabbages weighing
tirt?" pounds each.
Very truly 'ours,
IP I am Solo Agent in the U. S. for
IYIjdsono Opion. Seed
from Maidstone, Kent Co., England, pro
ducing the 'most producing the most
prolific andIlnest .favorcd Onions known
and yielding on suitable soils from 800 to
9110 bushels pey aero, sown in drills.
Mr. Henry Colvaii, a large mrket garden
or at vryuse, N. V., writes, "Your
Eriglish Onion Seed surprised me by its
large yield, and the delicious flavor of the
fruit. I could h: ve sold any quant-ity ir
this mar .et at good'prices. My wife says
she will have iootheronions for the table
in i Lture. Send.on as much as you can
for the~ eticlosed $5,0(0."
One 'p'ackago of aced sent on reocil:t
of 50 cenis an'd ono 3 cent postage stamp,
three packages to one address 1 001' and
two 3 eent stamps. . Twelve packages sent
on receipt of'$8 00.
Mly supply is limited. Parties desiring
to secure either of tho above rare seeds.
should not delay their orders All seed
wAitIaANTED FIIEsi AND TO OE1MINATE.
Cash must accompany all orders. For
oitler of the above seeds, address
Imar 1-xfGm 66 Fulton St., N. Y.
r 1IRE Commissioner of Agriculture, in
his report for the fiscal year 1875,
speaks as follows:
"Thore can be no doubt of the general
adulteration of all malt liquors. i Eng
land and other counties, where heavy
penalties are imposed. and an increasing
vigilance practiced to detect and punish
such fraoi s, by a system of inspection of
all mnit iquors rn uflctured before ex
nosed to a"idt, the practice is very colm
mon. How much more in this country.
whore there are no laws on the subject,
and no oficer to carefully analyze the
products of' the brewery ? Some years ago,
Professor Mapes, of Naw York, analyzed
the beer from a dozen diiferent breweries,
rand all wore found adulterated with nox
ious substances, It is said that the saie
of drugs to brewers is a profitaible part of
tiin trade. Tihis is pecrfectly infamous.
'Cocicul us indicus, (flsh-borry) nu x
vomnica (dog-button) from which strych
nine is obtained, are some of the delecta
ble substances found in beer! TIhese are
poetcat poi-ons, and the brewer found
using them should. be dlrownedl at once
ini otfe of his owvn vats. VTe British Par
1 iament pass si a .lawv to preven t this
nefaui~ub. bhs eid/.4 ThCe following is an
extract: 'No druggist, .'endor of' or deal
er in dIrugs, or chemist, or any other pecr
son, shallI sell or deliver to a'ny licensed
brewer. dealer in or retailer of beer,
k oewing themi to be suoh,f dr shall sell or
~itver to any person on account of; or in
truat for, any such brewer, dealer or re
tailpr, any liquor called by the name of' or
sold tbr coloring, from wvhat ever material
the sagno aya be miadlo; or any nmaterial
19y, 9Tuasia, oeculus indicus, grains
dfirsdise, Guinea pepper, or o->ium, or
any ottract or preparation of molasss,pr,
any article or preparation to be'' used in '
worts beer~ for or as a substitute .for malt
er hops; arid if any druggist. shall 'uffend
in any of these particulars, such prepara
tion, Ajc., shall beofeitgd, and ma be
seiy~ed by any officer of oxcise, and the
perspn so oft'enldngsbiall forfeit five hun
"Unde 191 law, very matny druggists
and brewers were brought to grief, and
phthe praetice continues. Unless the
^.meridan public are ready to admit the
inmIclaito purity and ilinocee of
rnou ian kr~er -lh It cr )n
belief that thecy are at the same time
guzzlingsomie nareotic poison or damag
ing me icine. In view of the unprece
dented growehigf p 'imy okoy; of~hi
great increase bflho number of mialaiters
Ang rowers; of the vast unknown quali
tieb 61 beer that are drunk In overy city
and Aknost every town .on the continent,
tf ujct of th aditrato ou mal
, and oro.penalic shudb
as a r"oen te."
-lumbI if b~1 ~ a
r2j up qI edtaf es'tb~w mwethod of
tmhe ~ublic t
SJoint6 qR:W to' - ~oorg west of the.
Bee 4M ,Were 1e w111 tk~ pl ire
Wit alEvrytin in ~ino done
F41 testand m 'a
STATE OF SOUTIt CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAnWELD.
In the Court of Probate.
To Judy Ford, Boubon Ford, Jesso Ford,
Dennis Ford, Preston Ford, Caroline
Eggleston, Elizaboth Richardson, Rhina
Cason, Rhody Ford and Phony Ford,
legal heirs of Sanders Ford, who died
Y OU are hereby required to appearat ,
the Court of Probate to be holden at
Fairfield Court House at eleven o'clock,
a, in., on the twelfth day of April, A.,D.
1877, to show cause, if any you can, why the
real estate of Sanders Ford, deceased, de
scribed in the petition of Louisa Dennis,
flod in my ofifee, should not be divided
or sold, allotting to the said Judy Ford
one-third thereof, and to the said Reuben
Ford, Jesse Ford, Dennis Ford, Preston
Ford, Caroline Eggleston, Elizabeth Rich.
ardbon, Rhina Cason, Rhody Ford, Phony
Ford and Louisa Dennis each one-f..
teenth thereof; and also wby the said
Judy Ford, Reuben Ford, Jesse Ford,
Caroline Eggleston, Elizabeth Richardson,
Rhina Cason, Rhody Ford and Phony
Ford should not account for the rents and
profits of said real estate since the tenth
(lay of August, A. D. 1873, and provision
be made for the payment to the other par
ties of their respective shares of such
rents and profits.
Given under my hand and seal. this the
twelfth day of February, A. D. 1877.
O. R. THOMPSON,
feb 14-1 aw6t. J, P,F.C.
To-day the campaign's fairly closed,
The lucky man is ho
Who takes his seat on the 4th of March
Our President he'll be :
And now the next best thing
Just suited to our mind,
Is where to get the cheapest goods
The best of goods to find.
-3y friends and I went out one day,
Some New Spr'ing Goods to buy;
And we resolved,before we went,
The different stores to try.
We wandered Winnsboro all around
Until our feet wore sore,
And found the very l:l.ice, atlast,
T'was SOL WOLFE'S New Cash Store.
Of Hats, Clothing and Boots and'Shoes,
The latest to our view
The very best styles of Dress Goods,
And Prints so cheap and new.
So then, my good friends, one and all,
Now is your time to try ..
What Bargains you can get of me
Or, you need not be, of SOL.
Dr. W. E.Aiken,
.Fresh supply of Garden~ Seeds
Boot and. 899 Natnfhtc~rern
WVINNSB3ORO, S. C.
~ THE -undersigned re..
sliectfnlly announces to tIme
citizens of Fairfield that he
has removed his Boot and
.lm hadanufactory to one (leer below Mr.
C. Muller's. I am prepared to manufacture
all styles of work in a substantial and
wvorkmnanlike manner, out of the very best
zrpaterials, and~ at prices fully as low as the
sameo goods can b-manufactu~red for at the
North or elsewhere. I keep constantlyo
hand a; -good Stock of Solo and Upe
Leather, Shoe Findings &o., which w11b
bold at reasonable prices. Repairing
p)romp~tly attendled to. Ternis sttlCs
~fai b~ried Rides bought. rc, ah
oct 12 J .LENDINIj.
To the Citizens -of Faitflt4
jF you want a pure and unadulterated
'Article of Lignors for medicinal or
Bar~ily p~urposes call at' the Centennial
To the F arme rs and PIantgrso
F you want any Liquors for -yoM' la
e bCertr or phmatation purposes, call at
bottom i a fo3an, where you cap buyat
Om'ns JUInG o# '1oD* .O
-Winlnsbe,'o, Fb, 19,
QU rDanI e ~trr rd n istra.
anua adPrysa n arrael In th ra