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THE FAIRFIELD HERALD
Published Every Wednesday at
WINNSBORO, S. C.,
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Five '' " " .. 1200
Ten- 26 60
Houston Texas, haa put down ten
nilcs of asphaltum pavement, at, the
rato of $12,500 per mile.
Henry R. Pesso, recently elected
to the United States Senato from
Mississippi, served as a pi ivate in the
The population of Arkansas was
484,871 in 1860 ; it is no\v estimated
to bo 950,000. min ,ration has
"The South Carolina Legislature
gives no signs of adjournmnent, and
there is a prospect for a perpetual
J. (). Winter, of Montgomery, hli'
been appointed secretary to the chair
man of the Democrat State JKoeutivo
Committee of Alabama.
Adolbert Ames, ex-Sonator and
resent Gevernor of M issisiippi, has
ecome a free-holder in that Stata
at last, by the purchaso of a $28,
(100, plantation in Sunllower county,
and is now as iappy as the gentle
blossoms of the same name.
It is estimated that the number
bf negro adults brought into the
State bytho planters of the bottom
swailp regions of the Mississiippi
river and its tributaries, since Oc
tober last, will approximato 10,000.
A man in Dallas, Texas, tried to
poison his wife, who was sick, by
giving her arsenic instead 6f a pow
der of a different kind. IlI was
*much surprised on handing it to h-r,
'to 'sce her empty it on the fluor and
hear her decline (lying inl tieo
Words, "As a pizaner, Jim, you
haint a success.'"
A fine equestrian painting, nine
by seven feet, representing the lust
meeting between Generals R. E. liee
and Stonowall Jackson, on the d ay
before the batole of Clhancellor. villo,
paintcd by 1 r. E. B. 0. Julin, of
New Orleans, is on exhibition at
Richmond. It is valued a $10,000,
and will be presented to th) Le
Mmorial Chapel, ait Loxington.
At the revent election for Pdrlia.
'ment in Orcat Britain, Th, om as
Cordes, Esq1., was returned Lv a
handsoie najority froi tilo uilt I
buroughs of Mboniotith, Newport a .d
Usk, as a Conservative. isil admir.
able address to t lie electors during
the canvass gives promise that the
intorests of his conti:iency will not
sulnr at his htitiln. 'Jo IepA of
Mr. Cordes were both South Carolin
Arkansas Stato scrip goes begging
at lifty-four cents on the dollar. The
amount outstanding is stated officiil
ly at $1,620,000. A series of de
oisions by the Stato Supremo Court
makes thi.s scrip receivable for sala
ries and all taxes. Tlhe total assess
ment for the current year, if all col
leeted, would absorb $1 ,443,1 89,10.
But over a million of the existing
scrip was issued during the past year,
mnnd the miill being st ill in o peral iona,
there is every probabilit y of a fresh
million being issued this year. Un-1
der these circumstances, the prospect
for absorption is slender. The pro.
eess is i vecry similar to pouring
water in a tub wvithiout a bottom.
4ph is tile result of RIadicaml rule in
Arkansas, as everywhere else..
It is time for thme ltepublican par.
ty to unload. Tfhiis nursing of muou
atrosities has neoarly exhausted the
life of thme party. I amn (done with
them, and they will have to take
care of t he mseIves.-/I'resident Grant.
Thle South Carolina Govern ments
the worst in the wvorld.-N. Y. Jour.
tial of Commernrce.
P'Thie Legislature of South Carolina
is apparently a gang of thieves, ini
tent only upon plunderinig the pe.
ple whom it is supposed to serve.
.Phe lRepublican party' cannot, and
wtill not, extend anyv synmpathy to the
puresent governmenut of the State.
.N. Y. 23nuci.
The memorial of the taxpayers of
South Carolina is a document that
will call up a bluish of shame to the
face of every citiren of these United
States -Netw York Ierald.
South Carolina and Louisiana are
the worst governed comnmunities in1
the world. The election frauds,
the violence, tho corrupt legislat ion,
and the mercenary judicial decisions,
alth SuhenStates, areof nation.
aconsequence, andl eoncern t he weol
fare of Iecpublioan institutions.
.N. Y. Eveninyw Post.
I should fall short of my 2 ::t~ -If
I did not draw your attention to the
i mmediate and commnandIing necessity
of a change in the character of our
administration of the pulic affairs
of this State. South Carolina to-dcay
presenta a spect acle wl.ieh dishear tens
car friends and makes thle narnoe of
this Mtate a by-wcrd and reproach to
our race.--Cosngressmacn Elliott.
No one cnn deny the fact that the
expenses of the State Governmenot
have beoen much higher than they
should have been, aat.d that money
receivedifroma tamxes and from the
sale of bonds has been imnproperly ex
pended by those interested with its
disbursement. The very life of the
ahole party is imperilled, and it be.
I oaves us nmot only to make fair prom.i
liei, but to see to it that our acts
shall conform to our expressions.
'The Appeal to ConWrois.
The day appointed for tho ineing
of the Comilittee to lay before Con.
gress the Memorial of the Taxpayers
of South Carolina has bten postpone'd
from. Thursday,-March '19, to Thurs- I
day,"Maroh 26, whon the Committee
will, without fail. meet in WashingtoL
to discharge the iluportant duty en
truated to thew.-Ne w ind Courier.
W I WbV A .C S3 R .~
It. MEANS DAVIS, Editer,
Wednesday Morning, March 18, 1874.
"Take. Back Seats."
One of the Inmt significant signs i
of the revulsion of feeling the North
is undergoing towards the "friend and
brother" us a politician, in the car- f
toon in tho lost Ilarper's Weekly
from the pencil of Nist. It is sag
getted by an cxtract from one of tho c
last, letters written by "Qu Firce,"
to the News and Courier, in whih I
in account is given of the way in
which our legislators Vilify and abuse
each other. Our readers will re
inember this sccne. The eartoon
represents "Columbia" in the Speak.
or's chair. Two sable Colois in
Nast's m->st exggeratcd style are in
dulging in repartee of rather a per.
bonal character, regardless of "calls
to order." At lact "Columbla" tells
them in disgust to "take back seats."
'I his cartoon would mean nothing
in a Democratic paper. Bat Iar
per's Weekly has ever been a most
violently par lisan journal, bemean ini"
the South, and extolling the negrO
whenever an opportunity offered.
When the l.iarper's get sick of this,
we may rcasomaWy suppose that the
world generally is pretty much dis.
This spirit of disgust augurs well
far tie future of South Carolina.
The colored race is rapidly running
itself into the ground by suffering
itself to be doped by every unscru
pulous deiaigogue that panders to its
Its only hope is to throw aside
present ienaer: nd manc a new deal.
We advise our colored friends to
heed the ominous nmut terings of hon
est people everywhere, and to save
themselves while they can.
Millard rillmore and Osatrlce Sumner,
A few days since, ex-President
Fillmoro breathed his last. ilis
retains had not been consigned to
mother earth, before a telegram was
sent through the land announcing the
death of Charles Sumner. TlIus
within a few days of each other, two
d istinguiished cit izensa have pa~ssed
Mlr. Fillmore bad been living in
rotireimnt in New York. lie and
And rew Johnson were the only living
ex-presidenits. It is a enrious co.
incidenjce tha~zt each was elected V ice
P'resid en t and succeeded to ofli ec at
lthe da resplect ively of Zachmary
Tlo hr anad Ab'raham Line.Pln. 3Mr.
fWillmnore~ w is a gent lema n of instegr i
rlty anid honor.
iCharks Sunenr leavyes beh iIn d h imn
a nationial reputaitionm. llis name n~ ill
probait'y live~ long after those of his
tiont en. por-afies are buried Ia ob livjin.
Ire was possessed of mang Iificent
ahents, and an en* less store of learn
ing. lle hiad one0 hobby -emanctipa
tion -and this mad e himi an~ olject of
hatred to the Sonth. 1Bet when hen
saw his dreams realized, lie was will.
mng to bury the hatchet and live ini
peace withi his former ce nmies. I is
resolution to expunge the names of
battles fought during the war from
thme Regi imental flags was an evidence
of this disposit ion.
In his death the colored race loses
ani abl o chiamnipion . (G;reel ey anad
Sn umner both spent thle ir hives ini
efforts to amelhorate the ecanditio ii of
tihe nlegro, and both lived long enough
Ito see thme object of their cares evince
lie basest ingratituide. While
Chirles Sutunmer had his faults, his
intelleet east a lustre over A mlerican
a ffairs. Peace to his ashes.
Whilo so iany Ring thiiev'es in
Columbia ni-e blatantly proels iming
reform, and secretly stealhing a.s imtiebi
as ever, we are yhd~ to see acnoc of
the oflicials doing thl duty'. Juadge
Niackey has 1 tely beca hotld ing coui t
ill Sunmter County, anid by his course
of conducnt as chicited praise from
all classes iin that county. Ile gave
county affairs a thorough overhaul
ing, orderinmg the gi-and jury to ex.
apimine whethesr the aSA5ments bad t
been ralised by the County Auditor, t
and if so to have' him indicted for f
improper assessmenut. Discovering
that the County Treasurer, a carpet- t
bagger named Gardner, had never t
inade but two eturen o th. Co...y I
jommIIissionaers, a'though required to
;ive nonthly 'veports, h-9 ruled him
o show cause why he should not be
ndioted for ciicial tuiseconduot 'at
text term of court. In general
cams, Judge Mackey causkod u pbw.
rful'raitling of dry bones in that
otton county, the 'radlo of our Rev..
rend young Governtor. For this
onduct, ho receivod a vMay comtpAi
nent.i y lietter from citizis of all
lasses, requesting him to address
hein oin the situatlion. This ho wil4
4) at.some time in) May.
We do not -kntow wLethel it is ex
etly the [hills to compliment any
aduila l fjor duing.hi duty. SL.,
innan bature is to fr,.il that bu t fow
idividuals sucCeed it) doing exactly
ihat is ri-hlt, and the average Suuth
,& : ro' a fil.ia I is so extremly
iang~l iii eh aacter that to do riglt
s al.ost an impossibility with bitr
herefore who. we find cne mho ex.
rts his lower on 'the (id t,
SladIly award him our mYed of
raise. Judge alkey occuf ies a po.
ition of honor and power. le cnn
o icth t> re aa s at parO-:cnt
A Word to the Farmers.
All :iguis point to the fuet that the
>rcS3nt y er wihl be one of tie great
t icicity. Alretd although the
rops have not been planted, Uoley
as almnosL en:iirely disap; cared and
(1 i. th. order of the day. Corn
,11l p.oviJi -ir:. e nil kI d s e bel
A prices atlm )st ruinons. A long
umn.er is before u-, and tan y auit
.ixious eye is turned towards au
unio with its maturing crops.
Tw things are iineiumbeat upoi
he farmers. 'Tie first is equally
pplicable t, i di id tals of every
lass and -.iliing. All u'inecessary
xpendituires maust btop, and actual
'teds must be suppied with frugali.
The second thing is to change the
lan of cropping. Cotton is no long
r king. A larger crop of cereals
aust be raisod. The poli cy of par
h Ii ag all supplies is disasttous, as
upaid store accounts, and mortgage s
-,! Nus in the Clark's offioe will
estify. Raiec something to oat at
onto. Wo are familiar with the old
rgumont that coton will bring more
ioney from a given area of land than
orn will. BuL Li.ora --re other facts
ho beonsidered. incident1
> be added in, that thange the
...,.. ..... . .,, w n 1o allac
f the argaumout in favor of cotton,
,c know that it is a fallacy. Comi
are the cotton planter mith the
at mer who raises hii own provisions.
'ie former mayl-oalile more money
mtt he is constantly borrowing or
;ivinig maortgaages or liens, and is al
vays hard up. The latter hias his
arinis and granaries filled, hii stock
are all fat anid healthy, he owes no
nana a nithing, and ha ~s a l ittle cash
o loan to hii needy neighbor. In
mr own County of IAilield, we find
he prospe rous farmecrs raising their
>wn laro viions, and the nitedy ones
linin~iug to cotton, I lay of superior'
uality can he raised hacre, and yet
'ar loads are continually comting in
romt North Carolina isad othear States,
nad takinhg a way our money. The
lattity ot' l,>ur an~d meral brougbt
brouaghit here from Sr Louis anal A u
p'sta is miarvelous. Local uails blare
almost ceased ruining.
Our faramers must, be self-sustain
nug. Then, all the money realized
from cotton will h)e so mauch surplus.
If ntothintg but cotton is planted
his year, there will be a famine in the
'ouanty in 1875. Merchants are
'carrying over'" farmers naoi. Theay
wvill not be able to do so again. Pro
iare, t hean for hard t imnes by plaanting
wiore jraina and less c.,flon.
Thel idea of the Legislature biein~
risulted by rnything is decidedl3
'ich. A fter callinig eatch other liart
hiieves and swindletrs, they expvil a
,nembier for dr inking and swearin~
~ucha is the Radical sidvy of the eter
tal fitness of things.
The Legislature has passed san aet
ppropriatinag $5000o for por'traits of
inucoln and the emancipatient pro
latmation, and Sumner and the o.vil
ight: bill, to be huung it the State
louse. Thec.se Solons had better pay
heir debts an~d reducb taxation, than
pend aty aonaey for this thing,
['urthermuoro ine advise the artisi
rhaoever lie n.ay be demand "cash
mn delivery," or he never will be
~A fotusiag Deinoctatie victory in
ofw Hampshire. The "average four
housand majority" las been wiped
ut, Bothi last year and the year be.
ore, the Radical condidate for Gov.
rntor received 2,000 majority; and
be leg islature bad a Radical majori
y <f 62. TIhis year, Weston, the
)emocrat, rccind mnr vatca an
McCutchen, notwithstanding the lat.
ter. was a granger. There was a pro.
biliition candidate who proveuited
Witon from recelving a b:jority of
the votes 'a.st. -But tb legislaturo
is' bemo'ratio, and will elect him.
This is an "on year" and speaks
badly for the Rads. ilurrah for the
Granite State, and the opposition I
'We Cn imagine the overwhelming
guzief of tie Rev. B. F. Whittemore
as portrayed in the remarks made in
a spedbh the othet *ig ht.
le said, "It seemed that the
reckoning day had come. le had
expuected it. The dancing land been
hai, and now it was tiaio to pay the
fiddler. i1e did not know when he
had his fuelings so worked upon as
wiithin the pa.-t two days ; when lie
had lisroned to such tales of buffering
and poverty. lie was not informed
if the army of attaches had been
numbered ; but besides that, we had
been told that the appropriations
now exceed the tax levy. He had
never heard such ,tories of want and
wou as had been poured into his eurs
this day, tit hi door in the morning
and on thetre't corners. The ques
tion was, what was to be dune ?
Thero was an excess of $28,000 over
the tax levy in this ioatter. lie under.
tood that the macubera' salaries at,d
mileage tuust be paid fr::t, and then
Ole remininder mus.,t be divided
among all, (the House ad Senate
orders.) lie woold p.iy these faitlul
men by all mnieabs, but where was
tho money to come 'roi ? The eon
Current resolution was, in his opinion
simply an expression of the General
Assembly to the Treasurer its to
whom lie ought to pay firat. * - -
If something was not done, the mem
bers had gut to bear the expense of
getting tthe att!.ches home. They
should be attenided to ; they have
their wives and families and lie
would like to bee thema paid."
It will be remembered, that this
weepitrg philanthropist is the same
individual who crept into the State,
under Scott's wing and who, when
chaplain of a regiment during the
war, is shown.by a letter from a
member of that regiment tu have
swindled the soldiers out of their
postage. IIe it is who is said to
have told the colored people that
they were not properly married-,
and after throwing them into the
grtatebt conternatien, offered to re
marry themi at at eertain stipulated
fee by which he cleared several thous
and dollars, le It is who while Senn'
tor of the State, was member of Con
gress and shocked even that venal
body by selling a cadotehbip. thii
VlUg tits 1ivilege as a Con
gressman for gold. 1, 1
lien expelled, exclaimed "Thank
God tny cot.stituency can't ready"
and Vtts re-flected, (nly to be again
expelled as unfit to be a companion
of even Beast Butler and Thad
Stevens. It. was lie who, when thus
ignominicusly kicked ou t of Congress,
and re-entered the Senateoand became
chairman of the ceunmnittee on Judi.
eiary, and who hay since then ebmam
pioned almost every grab in that
body. IHe has plaid a conspieousa
piart in bringing the State into her
present degradation. Arid now he
weeps for the poor destitute dupes
of his party. If the Rev. 13. F.
WVhitt'emore wvero not a parsoni we
should take him to toe a great eamp
A seeiety i~s about to be organized
for the prevention of cruelty to ani.
mals. The big gunus of the Legi.a.
ture andl their satellites composer it:
The Legislators are warm hentrted
andl b'enevobeint to exess. Th'leii
symnpathuies will be still tthore deeply
enlisted in the nthble work, whaen the
eighth section of thti hill is passedo
whieb gives one half the lines collect
ed to the society. llack-drivers isnd
cock-fighters had bettor be diareful.
.A bll Is now before the Senate to
inborporate the "Independent Grang.
ers of South Carolina.'' Amotig itA
mnemmbers are Swails, Boston; WVblite.
more, Boui Icy, Ilurid~y; .Ione-s; iaalis,
lblinort and ice: T.Ihese upright, poli;
ticians have banded thenmselves for
"the promotion of agrleultural and
nmechanioal arts." We were ihi.
formed that the Granagee wetec intend
ed to put down corlruptloh, in every
form,and the charncter of thiese menm
bers assui'es us that this object will
be accomplished. Wb alao believe
that thaese politicians will become
seedy enough after tho icit election
to join any Grange.
A contemporwry remarks, 1'what
ever other fault a West Pointer may
have, your nany bet your life on his
persontal and pi-ofessional honor. lie
will never lie or steal, publicly or
privately or go baok on the na,
tioinal reputatIon of aft Alfieri
batl soldier and getitleman.'' It is
roffdskiing to diseover that hodnor is
is fodnd sofnewhere in thesfa degene.
ratE. days. hut what of Shar
man's 116 aliodt Iiampton birning
(Jolumbla, or abut Gen. Howard's
embezzlenient of $2'75,006 fromthie
Froodmen's 11afeau I No* If lill
the army were patriotic and disinter.
cated lik. ol. MaorriU. our anntem.
porary might have reason for the ad-%
Isuachusetts'and tho lepublican
party generally tiro in a fermeift
about the appointment of Simmons
to the collectorship of Boston. The
former collector resigned, and as the
position is an important one, finan.
eially and -politically, a fight was
miade over it. Ben Butler, with an
eye to the Gubernatoria' chair, trotted
out one Simmoria, an'ks'tute politioian
who had risen from low origin to
80s10 prominence. This nomination
was violently opposed by the mer
ehante and aristocratic 11epublientis
of Boston. But lHtidr and 'Grant,
and the Deiocra'io Se nators put
Simimons through. A hVowl has ri~ei
from New Etrgiand. Grant, is de,
uounced for attenpting to "Butler
iZO" the p-itty. ht, 'ti4 cliimed that
Grantis separating from the party,
and with NortonChrjpcnter, Butler,
Donikling and lhikokulow as bockers,
will iun for a third term. In that
-ase polities will be beautifully
nixed, and a decent man may be.
Mr. Editor :
Oblige by publishing the a'con.
panying letter of Major Melchers.
Those believing with in that
white im migrution will 'p-ovido
mpedy relief frotu thi cowardly
.hieves who plunder this state utider
protection of (he National Govern
ment, vYhich does not pertwit its to in
Hot upon them suunnimary putbishmnCat
and who priopse to eAl immigrhtion
by offering lands gratie, or at low
prices will jleane leave with tue a
leseription of such lands.
G. H-. McMASTEMl,
Com. of lim, for Fairfield.
CIAurESTON, 8. 0. MPreh -74.
To Ar 0. G1. Mc.lulSter.
Dear Sir :
Yours of March 6th informing me of
your nomination as vomminittioner of
Immigration for Fairfield has been
duly received. 1 am happy to see
that you will do %hat you can for
the cause. The principal thing now
is to carry out the resolution of the
tax-payers oonvention on this sub
ject. Iumnigronts are not to be had
uniteseartain inducements are offer
ed. The West it now offering lands
and money freely to get the immi
grant, and grows rich by it. South
Ourolina ihuat do the suie or ithini
grtation to the state is at ith enU, the
crisis at the North being over. We
should offer our lands in alternate
sections tree to t!0ns,-angrant; nt vitng
hL::s ..f the sanic in New York so
the people can see it. We should alo
have money to work with in Europ',
and for this purpose the county cow
missioners were appointcd. If you
will exert youself to get land donated,
send in a description of it, antiJ
%ill forward it to its proper destina
tion. Yo,1 should also make such
collections of money as the people are
williug to give, anid forward to me
immediately so it can be applied to
bring the immigr..nt direct fro tm
Europe. If wa desite gaood immniga
tion we must work for (tem acro.,s the
water, and it is high time nuw, so
we can get themi by next winter.
1f we wait too long, it will be like
this year, they comec tno la:te for the
next crop. Now is the time to work.
lFur this crop, it will of course be im
p s.siblc to get~ any. The Wdst a b
soirbs all that masy arrive no)w, they
haiiog m ade arrangemnets for the m
in Europe last year. Iloping your
com ty amay do wall and get, a good
lot o~f inilgi Sats throngh your exe-r
ioma, I remain pomts truly
[co~mox: -icAor m.]
Wa~e re.md enhii palu.snie, Mlr. Edi
tor ybi- lenta i h is iomntisitu1s
quettioin, and we llhpe ' ou will t-c-ni
tinue to agimate the sublject until
tre get somtethiing tangible.
We fbel pioignahtly thie fact thiat thils
ist a aasoi1 of great financial distrdss
to altIadst evecry intdividutal we tmeet.
W~e as ai commuttnity are alreadly en
the shoalIs nerd qu tiiksands of litt 1, iii
s0 oIney, adlt a mtore inoppoirtuname
'occaIlin was never fo:ced npon youi
to solicit for eh enterprise for the
ptublie fouml. I hope withl your clos
qjuent pen you will never tire t
mind ing your shiort sighated pa trons of
their duty until that duty is per
Presumting that titere are twoc
thousand whbite men inm the cotunty
who will subscribe one dollar each,
(and several will give hundreds)
We will hate at once a rea
spectable sum to place at the dis.
posal of our Comtnissioner-s, and withi
thte 'isinews of war,'' lie can corn
tmnee th~e glorious fight for the re
dompa~tiont of his rade.
We bad last Ituesday the plefauro
of contersing with two genmtlernen
from Chestetj and in reply ti my
qfuestion "how are the erninigraints
doing," bne of them said "why my
dear Bir :they tanhot do enouigh for
yo'u, Whon they Atroitdld to perform a
66rtain task they move in a run, and
exedote s muzeh in one day as Iwo
They are paid from ten, to twelve
dollra etmonth na h appy em
ployer gets t wioe tbe amount of labor
lhe oxpedted to rbdoive, without watch
nThcy are not dumb driven cattle,
They are heroes in the strife !"
This solioe of immigration, Mr
Editor sounds tbo Toecin of Liberty
for all who are in favor of an honest
administration of gove'rnment.
To England, Ireland, Sotland,
Prance, Germany, Portugal, Afghan
istan and Ethiopia, we owo our do
reat in 'battle and all subsequent
Intlraliniont and degradation ; to
brawn of manyof'tliese nationalitios,
wooed by our "sunny b i i,: lit lai.d'
wo look for our ultim ahan ad liea feet
I M PR I IM AT TUF.
Rwi).iar S. 0.
The Municipal Election.
Our wuiticihl elbe'ion is ioly a.
xeek or two off, and it strikes in( as
lighi 'Litne that somtie an' tion to tiakel
ooking towardii the plai'hig in nomi.
lation of siit-thAli pereonas to fmr in
etr next Tunn Council. 1 therefore .
iuggest that the cititens of th:c Town
)'ssemblo in niass meeting in the
i'own flail uext Friday hight, March
20th, at 8 o'olook, t. take such action
in the promises as will secure the
Aect ion o7 a 06un1ij that will adnin.
ister tle affairs of the Town economi
aly oni fin the general wtel/tre. 1
itut to that inecting the following
Dr. W. E. AIKlEN;
JAM-:s A. 1Iiicu, W. M. NE.LSON,
Jon,% A. 1i.tsi:~a, jo.i N . NE .
Notice in ilBanikruptcy.
N 01TICE is hereby given to all credi
tors holding liens againast 41he
L-tate 'of Alexainder M. Newbill, ink.
rupt, that they are requirod to estallish
the same bi-fore ne. at ny office in York
rille onl or before the 15th day of April
V. J. CLAWSON,
mch 18-x3 Register in Uan k ruptcy.
This unrivalled Soithiern IRemedy is
wnrnted not. to conainin a single pariicle of
MeLrcury, or any injurious "iineral sub
stance. but i.
PUtEA VE(GETA BLE,
conlihining ta otherni taa liots itu aid Ierhe
ahaidh an atl -wi e' tProvi dence ha is laced iin
countriei where Liver Dis'npaes mosea
prevaih It will cui'e all liiseases catuseud
hi Derantgaeent of the Liver.
The sympiltoins oif Li ver C~omapla inat are a
bitter or had taste i p a he miotiuth ; lPaina in
lie Back, Sides or Joints, ofien mitstaken
for Itheumital ism; Sour Stortanch :' Loss of
A preiie ; Bowels niraernat oly cost ive and
ax:.1 lendachte ;Loss oif maemory, withI a
painfu'al asenaiont of having~ failed to do
unmehing which oanght to havce been dne'
Deblility, Low Spirits, a thbibk yellow np
rpenrance, of the Skin nnd Eyes, 'I dry
Cotigh ofr en in ist i ae for Consum tpt ion
Somneanmes mtny of ilhese Rymtptomas attendu
thei disease, at others ver'y few ;buit the
Live'r. the btrreed orgni .in the body, is
gener'aallythle seat cf' thIe dlivense. and itf no
lleiaul tded in t imea. eat siuflering, wretch,
Cadnss aful Junh lali enenec.
Thii' GOit Unf-tiliar Specific will not hte
foun I thei lenet tinplensnne.
For, byap-p. in, ronetiont Iot, .Janiadicer.
Bill i ni alnch. Sia'k P i'a"ee Colie.
D-' p'ro.iion of Spirits. Sotir Ftomnach, le't'i
naUrn. kea.. & c.
8I13l0.Y8 LIVEli IIEIULAITOl 011 hElli.
Iii the hlea pesit , t'aiesiat atol Best Fand ly
Me d iene in a.hle Wonard!
Alanntfac tred only hy
J. hi. ZI Lh.N & CO..
Ala'con, G a.. anad Philah~delpiai.
Pfrice, $1 00. Sold by all Dru'ggistsa.
.State of' Stuthi Carolina.
Wmn: L. Rlhorouagh a, Execesor of the last
WiVll na d Test iament of0 Jdme Licih. l in-bo'
ough, Ieconad, against (Caroline lRon
borough, Re~beced si. Rosbrangh. Mlairy
E. Hosborough, and Ot'era, dlefendanits.
-) UR.SUANTI to da ordler of cohrat, miadea
-in the cauise atbove stated,. .ot ice is
her'eby giv'ea, ltha the caredilors of' ae
said Jiameas L ltloshioro(ng h. derceased, are'.
.'eqiiired to present nand esinblllia an-ir
claims befoae Ithe undoer.ignaed, as II er.
erce. at Winansbog'o, ota or befort' (ho fairsa
(lay of A pril, next.
Miarchl 2d, 1871l
8A M'L. B, CLOWNEY,
meht 7-f l x2 lieferee.
O N and after this diate, then ord'infiunce
\.agatinst uasinag fire aims in the' ci' 0.
rate limits of Wiai'abor'n wvhie he, r nithin
br withlot paritaite anelosures, will be
By order Trown Couancil,
niar ie-i JOEL, CQPES, Clerk.
FINE~ TEA ! FINE TEA !!
Guin Powder, Imperial, English, Break.
fast andl Mixed Teas, from United
States Tea Company
Dlick, Oreen, and Japan Tens.
For Sale B~y
?ASARTER & RIE
ONE, ''icr'ev new IRice,
Two Biarrels new crop N. 0. Molasses.
One 'uncelon I"hi--r.ras lolisse.'.
Oneo 'lhd pTi n iiil:td Alolasse-4,
TWA 111b11S 8. 11. -.yrnp.
Threo llomxe 0un.powdei and Youing
Ch'ese, Crackers, Stigar, Celfee, &o.
LOW FOR CASH.
d 30 llrA TY & lit')
N Thurd!ny b1h iuss, a Iay horto
tl years ldi , . l h:i - (ti wh e h nd
o111, no0 other untr4s recoileced, excuept,
:addle in arks. A 1ny iifei iii it erning *
im will be glidly i'eceived unid lil.eially
e war led.
C94b 11 J. [I. BIRICETP.
Boots and shcoesli
N el,--ant lot ol liu t S n1ud ,- jus
. - rc ed ve'l I rotu T. .\ ie.& ;- on.
CAR RO0L L Ir.W- I10 U sE1,
BLACKSITCK, 8. C.
NEWLY IUILT and NEATLY FUR.
i1.811EJ. The piblic furnishled with the
jest (hie ila rket a ffoId s.
jan 20-1m 1'opriet or.
s1 ,ons) ,l:n uin' a -e. at t~a he ir aborot,
-'It 101kM011* tta 1sli-ttetitil (24i ](..1
mi n a 11 on111 iht r. (14 .1 t rI h % '.Vil
.1v1 111 'Il 1d lv :%I 1: t1
ind Friday. \lta c1 13: la: , h .1 tnali .1 .
'epecti ve Y. Tik:vs I:eI, .1-tOok 7:, eenie
In.n0)1 En. n :. L t're a V t. alb i a v .
lluirtd y la ael b l::h 1-i i0l. .-\I pIa
lls inteteste. in tie eultivulic o1 [he
v-ice aind Iitrig r nv e . T I'h t
Iind book01C. en ea btlld a ; ity a
[lhe :-e atiliiry hj!I~et I. :1en 14an 3 It. .ll.
J.. IT. LOWEItY.
DISNO'llii1l of, 12l'iler.slip.
r1 l mH E r nth Ir-sip h imed -'re
.1. known~i it-ili -r 11h0-11irm1 naill. Mr.l..
It. 3MOORME & C'O.. is 1i! in da y. by mtu
conset ans well .a, by th trmPo it,, ownl
J. NI . It UTL -\ N D,
J. .\. it. .\O00It1E.
feb 1 12
W. E. AIKEN, M. D.
r11TE subhscriber having,( purchin-edth
i. stock of lrugs and .etieinlIes of
Messes. lle.I1rollheis. w%.ill dlevore. hi;
ine and a at tion IoIh-1 r l I llnsi. Is
Anl its c:tn t enia 'ongm
Cet and nll ernion will -0 givel I o it
dispenmini of aldicInes, Iv iclh en111 be
had i a' nill imCM, anal o ! 0 tandard puri y
feb 7 . I.:. ,\L
Iron in the B1ooc1
MAKES THE WEAK STRONG.
Ylho e'uvian lsy2'lup, a Protect
cel Solution of thije P-rotoxldec of
Iron, is so combinedl as to hava
thc char'acter' of an ailment, a#
cashly <ligested anel afssimlilaitedl
wIith the blood (as 1hc simplest
footle It increases the qnantit y
of .Nature's Own yi taflzing
AgenC t, Iron in the bloo0rt, (net
Icure's "a thousanel ills,"' simpl)y
by Toning up ,Jnv igorating anel
Titalizing the System. Th~c en
T'ichedl ande v italacel bloodl per'
queates every part of'the bodly,
repatIiing <eamagqes anel waste,
seearchiug out morbiel secre
tions, (nid leaving nothing for'
(lisecase to fectd upon.
Thisq Is the .sere't of the won
- <erfu i suIccess of this reCmeC(1y in
cui IDyspepsia, Liver Com-..
plaint, Dropsy, Chronic Diar
rhoa, Boils, NervouvsAffcctions,
ILoss of Constitutional Vigor,
Diseases of theo lidneys - nde
Bladder, . cemale CJomplaints'
anud all dliscases oriyinating in
Ia badl state of the blooel, 0o' ac
Icomlpaulecel by eleblity or a low
IState of the sy~stem. BJeing fr'eo
from Alcohol, iit any form, its
energizing eJJ'ects are not fol
tion, but are permanent, infu.
Smnf strencgith, 'v/gor', andl new
life into adli pearts of the system,
andl buldilng up an Ii'on Con
To usan els have been chiangcE
by the useo of this T Cmceely, fr'ongi
weak, sickly, suffering eca
turecs, to strong, healthy, antd
halp)py men and 'Women.; (antl
in valiels cannot reasonably hes-e
itate to give it a trial.
See that each bottlo has P ERU.'
VIAN SYR UP blown in the glass;
$ETH WV. FOWLE & $1"t5J, Proprietors;
No. 1 Milton Plaa.. Jloston.
BOr.D nY Dhlnua~ns'rs (1 ?.dy
YOllK Yi I I1.l i, .a. O,
1 arily PcieniItic tnppnitu ;ii and1
the recent (xtension of the0
conrse8 of sidlcs pl :tees it Ist
the0 fronf rnnlik of Son iherni Eduzcatijonal
insatitujlot8. VThe fast sessiont of thoe
Schnool Y'ear of 1874, will bein on the0
2d1 jet FllIRU.\IIY. Apply for Untaloguo
contalinlinb full pul ilatrs.
COL. A. COWA RD,
de 18 Pn.1?t