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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 April 1871

- -._ -- Ig in"r _ _ _ _ __e 4 4 Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms--43.00 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. VI.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 12,1871. [NO 3 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUni.ISnED) WNKKLT BY DES1PORTES & WILLIAMS, Terme.-Tan IsamALn in published Weeks In the Town of Winnsboro, at $3.00 in. fareably its advance. AW All transient advertiseaents to be aid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per squaro. General KerAhaw's Letter. The following letter from that dis tinguished soldier and patriot, Ger. J. 13. Kershaw, appears in the last is sue of the Camden Journal. It is in the shape of an answer to the letter lately addressed to General Kershaw and others by Senator Robertson : CAMDrN, 8. C., March 25, 1871. Hon. T. J. Robertson, U. S. Senator: DRAR SIR:-I have the honor to u aeknowled ge the receipt of your favor t of the 18th instant, and after giving it that con...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 April 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Published Every Wednesday at WINNSB0I0, . ., )BY t DENPORTES & WILLIAM16 a *0--'--- t One opy ono ye r, 800 FIT* arje iA e - - 1260 ) Iten ' 2600 sh, d PAnnsylvanie. I "lit'Wel-k11WfftliaV- rffat tfodblW and exponse hboye been caused by the sitiking of a portion of the traok of tio"e*'Jiferson REailriad, wham *it 1 di'hde's ? asw1la in' ArAat tUwtiship id'fhis "coiinty.' It'' e Men'"ou~n t~i~d~ thd wa%;,"i 'a gutter ra~sitpond, of'N cl ~aures in ex. t Ird b f 'tootisiderable *tptb. Th is pond 1q povere4 by ' bont six feet in. deyth of black earth W~ I h bftd'k 'heivj -ro*th'of idods. 'Te' tiei 'aie mostly s6ft rnfle,' jlne, hetnlock and birch, tnany of hem rqnging from sil inoles t6 ihde& fdoth diametei'. JAUst fall, it was dincevered that this substetr thiU pond cont'aimsiany i h,of the kld 'usually fobnd in thi' pat of the country-p9kerel : atid "shin pr,"' abbi ot~dk ?ll withbnt epak ! 1t tYo dai'knissof their stibterranean a'c'd, they have no ure for...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 April 1871

tra copies of the Nwn HERALD can be obtained at this office on the days of publication. Price 5 cents per copy. Ne* AdiveutIsencesah. Just Received-redt & Co. Sheriff Sales-L. V. Duvall. Assignee's Sale-S. B. Clowney. Corn-D. It. Flenniken. Notice-Pierre Bacot, Clerk of Council. A beautiful selection of Spring Goods just opoibd at Ludd Brou & Co's. Sale of Valuable Property-L. W. )uvall, Sheriff. Southern Cultivator for April re b ived. This journal is most admira bly adapted to ineet the practical, van pulg.jr of iteAigent fjyrer all over ,t1lq Sout), 1p, each Iymnibogro latA r ,exriene. olter suges' tig:*4an~d 'Va e pesl errors they ht ave encountered. .Iou ftti ta ..? j4. fl Wr iWX.0 *l 3ver ifen l., sell fo'r a PJecl mcn eopy. Published. ip'';s; da a year. ,aleeA 1a-4 1 Rnceamdnalia-, About one o'clock on last Monday night our citizent were awakened by the alarm of fire, Mhiol i ds found to proceed from the g'uano establishmeint ot Messrs. Bacot & Co. Our firemen app...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 April 1871

this Is My Bible. This is my Bible-way it guide ble ever safe, by wisdom's side, To Him who bled for me and died On Calvary. This is my bible-may Its light Illume my path and keep me right, 'en through the shades of sorrow's night, This is my Bible-may it prove A source of strength, a source of love, A fountain filled from heaven above, W hence I may drink. This is my lible-may my henrt, Find the reat gift it doth impart, And A AA at Toeat and .hUI This is my Bible-may it feed Mie with the Bread of Life indeed. And may my soul its precepts heed, In grace to grow. This is my Bible-may my faith By it be strengthened, and, when death Shal o t e breath Richard Coeur De ion and Blondel. The clasei*English history will thapk'as/fohe 'following quotaton fro0 an anp pt writer: 'heEb ijhuien were more thaq a wbpe year' without hoarlng any ti. ding* of their king, or in what place hewdi kb prisoner. He had train ea tojti bOotift a rimer or minis trell, e 94 Broudel de Neale, who being so long...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 April 1871

-0-7 . . * * * .l. '. j.. .--.-.,...-*. .., e. 6&w 6. .I* Detbortes & W Ams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Scie, Art, Inqulr0, Industry - Itea [TermaZ-$. er Annum In Ad nob. VOL. VI WINNSBORO, 8. d.X, whb~t sbAV OR A 9N An liporlnti Move iAW th Colored fikdert. A curious political movement is now on foot, which, whether it is likely to evontuAte in anything of im portanco or nut ortai'nly indicates that the sitektion is fully Ap'precia ted by lead):\g colored Ipen. When Robert C. DeLargo wvas elected to Congress, it was WnoMA to many of his friends', athough Wt publishe'd during the canvass, that he was stringly in favor of, and would advocate, general amnesty. As a native-born Carolina colored man, he is probably the best exponent o" that idea now among the ltepresentatives from this State. If we add to this a fre quently-expresed determination by him to move, at the proper time, in behalf of Conservatism, as distin guished from the Radicalism which has been brou...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 April 1871

THE FAIRFIELD) 'ulis.1d IEvry W D)EIPORTII'ES & WV I LL I A MS. TIRMS--IN AD VANCE. Ono Copy one year, - - $ 3 00 t'ive " 1 - - 1 IUrE) Teo " ' . " - 2600 The Reid Obirtcter of the .Ctled Ku ilux Mill. We Cnnot . but uphold the right and ondoatoi to promote the cause of justicc aid of the public welfaro. We hw:tve-no-other alternativo. We are shut up to this conclusion. At times the task Iay som hopeloss. But yet, above all, if thoro is to ho any future, we must -havo faith in the ultitmato union of the right with the might. And for this end we must strive in faith and hope. There is probably no m urn-c w1ich has been introducod which so thoroughly destro -s the Republican charaotor of thle (overnmnt, and so saps the foundation of all the elements anl guaranteos no# nly of stiateship, but of freedom an security itsolf, as the misnamed Ku-Klux logi-lation. The title is a mero device to blind aild mislead, anul under cover of which the real naturo of the Constitution and instituti...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 April 1871

PUBLIO MEETING. The Property-holdors and Tax. payers of Fairfield County, are re. quested to met in the Court House at Winnsboro, on the first Monday in May, to appoint delegates to the Co lumbia May Convention. MANY CITIZENS. New Advertisenents. ( Sheriff SUles-L. W. Duvall, Sher if Fairileld Country. Baoliaksmith Shop-A. F. Gooding. Vitation--W. MN. Nelson. Twenty-five D..llars Reward-Jas-. Bigham, Chester, S. C. Spring aud Summer Good* jut re ceived and opened at Melauster & Brice's Store. l)reqss Gouds, Do-eAios, Millinary &o., just opened at J. 0. Boag's Winiknboro Cotton Mlaret. Sales of the past week 42 bales, at 8 to 12 cents. Miller's Saloon. We have frequently felt the want in our town of some place where our mothers, wives, sisters and sweet hearts, could spend an hour in recrea tion, and at the same time refresh themselves. "Our Lords of Crea ti'On," have their billiard, bar and julip saloons, where they can meet and make themselves happy. Lu cir culating around ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 April 1871

The follow in1g ofitmmtunia tion Bp. peared 4tAtie Columbia l'lwonixof Tuelday.~ it is in risponso to Mr. Whitteinoro's con unication which was published in the Courier : Ar lor'tfd :-The subjeet oft axation is a sorsK4no with the property hold ers of th'eStato 1. 13coause we have no representa tion in the Government that. imposes that takt 2. ]iPe the amount extorted from us 'inhormously di. proportionate to the Atilal necessities of the Stito. 3. llod'6e the amount wrung from I1s is so #Cat that, we are not only unable to acquire wealth, but. are ot able ev to moot our necessary ex penses fr'j year to year. 4. IdethtusO the enormity of tho amiouit,exacted froim u1s its (on1Ucalod from the world by ai artificili sytem of valiiatlin of property. by which from fifty to three hundred per cent, is added to the actual marknt value. 5. I30anuso the money so extorted i8 not expended for our benelit, but results in -costly gwo-gaws at the State Ildtiso, Rplendid equipages sported by ofliof...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 April 1871

Desportes Wililams, Prboletors] A Family faler, Devoted to Science, Art, hIquir"V, ndtistry and Literatur [ Iiiirn_ VOL.. VI.] WINNSBORO, S. G, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 187h N AIRFIELD HERAtb 18 I-l'Ui.1SttND W EEKI.Y nY pEsi-onTE's & wiILLIA3MS, Ternis.-Trit llanAL is publishe'l Weeks in the Town of Winnsboro, at, 93.00 in. sarcably in adaice. . .. gir All transient advertioements to e niidin.ndance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. K. K. K. Whnt is this Afrfil Ku 1011x Klan ? Are they tangel-, devils, spirits or man Do they rise froto the graves when mortals sleep4 to the (atrkomtne night their revels to keep ? 'Or'drop froin the clouds in a flash of lighl., To avenge the wrong, and maiutain the right? bow looc tOtis awful Ku Klux Klan? Like s troop or riders, horse anda1 man, 'Iso sound is henrd fron their coursers feet. 'ste'id'f the desert ore not more fleel; nook at nihi. -a sunmons-a call A ilash-and justice is dono-t hat is all. - ~ome doo% pY and think...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 April 1871

. L HERAL .Jolihd E'very wedniesdayat* WF'hV.AVB OR o , S. C UESI'OWITES & WILLIAMS TERAMS-N ADVANCE. One Copy one year, - $ 3 00 Five " ' - - 12 50 e ' ... %44 2500 Ol rp, I laggers is. Sca~flyawg Tli prescit editor of the Washing. nuChrobiole is a Nor thern mali, who came South after the war, and pub ahed a.epublianpaper in -South Carolina, from whqce lie retuoved to V1tV carg4 of the Chroniolo. Ire doubtloRs learined a great deal while in the Palmetto State about the na tive politicians, and thus defends the alpet-bag fraterity-of which he - wa one- by c' ntrasting them with 'the 'rative-born Radicals, whom hi - hajalles without gloves: "lBeano somo infamous scampi h !: como to the surface in the politi. S f1 reonst ruction of the South, a few of them are Northern mei, the total 1'riseality of the inew goverinients, in definitely exaggerated is heaped on the heads of 'carpet baggers.' "The fact is, that among the mean. est and the worst of scoundrels ir public life in all the...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 April 1871

02 E eso "he naws 616 lt ta 4; thl eoo othet day copy. The Pruperty-holiders an4 Tax ppypyp -of Fpkfield Vq1ity, 4t 'e qtuested to meet in the Court Hous at Wi0naboro, on the first Monday it May*to appoint delegates to the Co lumbia May Convention. M ANY CITIZENS. New Advertisetnenta. Goods bre fallon 50 per oent. a 3. F, ayndson & Cu'n. Just Received-D. R. Fionniken. Grooeries-Bacot & Co. Toys, &.-A. P. Miller. Notice-W. M. Dwight, Intendant Winnsboro Cotton' Market. Sales of the past week 33 bales at 8to 121 cents. The Finale. The band of Soott'a late tuilitir paraded our streets on last Saturdan evening, greatly to the annoyance o0 several horses. We presume they wiied to demonstrate to our citireni that the militia was in the "lasm ditch.'' Another Warning. Oi Saturday evening lastas the at, tachie of Ollever & Co.'s billiard sa, oowas lighting the lamps, two 01 th'oli beeaine detachod from the shaft and fell to the floor. The oil caughi firo,but was put out befo...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 April 1871

npk Oi n ngagenent. Vg tu gad hl' gone, bail Ma- b. bel Belintut, with a long brealth, as Sal +he came dancing buck into the room 90 v .4:6rayhrbt btther I ping1t P I ~plums, Ut~.%eye to the prest r Ikettle, whieb Dorous Nun, th "hre help," was even then hoisting onto the I tbj ond *f -the -You ought'to'be nshaned of y 'd self, Mabel,' said M-rs. Belmont, re- P4 gRjoeidigy:, 'Mafrd.'r-enaged to be ISO 1 re~aten the bl ue ribbo'n bow at her "' 'throat,. a~nd hulfstniling jsate sdM". - - hdslift~o applQ h1'oso of(' face he ~'~~i4 tl, fpsln.od mirror> teiflee. j What do you mean, Mabel b" ak- u Ad Mrs. Belmont, stopping abruptly a h wtk. . . , ap * .*. .* L m~ean i've bkoken the engage fent:.' 0 -' s, .t. tu r a'Rv mama, sure and certai he' r1 asserted the little tle uty, nodding w - .her head, unl~thed bliko vidlets she la ad twiat o int her hir'. felI out in a tilefraigr antshowrer. -P And for what reason 1" gravel y tat demanded the mo~ther. OUh, I don't knoew ; I believe I was a...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 May 1871

"P C* .1) Despoi-tefi & Williams, Pvnis A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and -Litertr.[em-.$ 0prAnm nAvne VOL VI.] WINNS-BORO, 0". C, WEDNESDAY MORNING A ,87.(I f PAIRrIELD HERALD is runmI.tsI) W .vK LT nY hbE81ORTEsS & WILLIAMS, Terms.--TIr liFnALl) ij publishe-l Weeks in the Town of Winnsboro, at *:.o ine. areably it advance. SW All transient advertisemeuts to bo hid in advance. Obituary Noticas ana Tiibutes $1.00 per 4 nare. [Original.] The Wflds Wild Woods. VI! FANNIh. A day in the'ep&th of the willi, wild wood, hlow plensant to spend one there: Where the mun's rich light in goldetn floods, Glows o'er the towerets fair. Waint a M illness Veigis in lie wild. will Ior the ripI 'of a pearly stream, tDr ihe htllitg botes of gny song-birds, Ifitt 'is'rle the a1%l frotn its (I:-am. Dyright lo*rs gtir iu lte wild, wild woodd How vaA Iltheir rolors are, The sepher lightly the tall tree nods, And ioitls o'tr the oirest fhr. The spirit, 1eels iii the ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 May 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Published Evtry Wednesday at WVNSBlORO, S. C, BY DESIPOITES WiLLIAMS. TRRS-IN A ) VA NCE. One.Copy on10 yearn, - $ 8 00 Ten " " , - - 26 00 rhe Deioeratic Platforih. VThu vii8n. nu1 Republican lays own a go.)d platforin. It says W"The South has no negro issuo to pn 'ake in the comnninig contest. All her dwis ar'e nationtnl and co'iseirvative. - We thiink we know the tenrper and opinions of her popjle on that ties. tion, alid, at the r-iNk of a note of dis sent from a few extremists, we now take ccasion to embody them in the following propositiour, wh'idh, w' be. -lieve, will imect the cordia.1 assent of ninety ninc out of every hundred D)enonrats- in the South : -1. 'Wo regard Afrian. slavery fs abolished, finally and forever. 2-.. Equal civil rights to every olass ofAmerican citizens, without distine. A . While we hold that republican 'governneit-to be wiso and safe Aniust rest upoin the virtuo and intel. -igoeco of the people, and view with Sserious appreienio...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 May 1871

be obtained at this office on the dayt of publication. Price 5 cents pei copy. Mcw Advertissemxavu. School CommAifoners Notice t< Teachers-W. B. PeakeS. C. F. C. Regular Communication Winnsbo ro Lodge, Thursday, May 4th. New Arrivals-F. Elder. Agricultural Moetiug-W. E. Ai Just Opened-A. P. Nliller. Meetingor tihe lible Society. We are reqnestud to tato that a mecting of the Bible S.>ciety will be held at the 1i esbyt orian Church, or Thursday next, 4th of \ay. Ku Klux Visit. This band of mysterious person ages passed through our town ott last Saturday nig It altut 12 o'clock. W< are -infirid bty t6.v s then 'tu't tlib e eawalno'6'''no \votm n.ovemen t was '?)aIo-n silence They- ware :variousi est'i m ated -at 'from eighty to onoe-lundre-land fifty On entering our office punday 'fio'ruing, we found 1Ie *f6llowi Id 10 tieo which we are o r to publish K. K. K. H1D. QLns 44 DhvisioN. eneral Orders, No. 105. . PAHAGn APi-na I.--. I1. 11 ea ke, G. W. IBarber, Jno. Mul well, Alfi...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 May 1871

.Th1 fuilli komsin Wasblgtoin, YAFIINovNJ .April 20.-- A . finall effort to coti li t Im lachalird 'o!tmsll . ter of New Orleanis failed Iy a de- I ,ided imijority. PASSAGE OF TEIV KUKJUX BILj. The-' leate adopted the kukiux Con ferWJqM to .13.---I1essrs. ltobertsoin und Hlli vot ig nay. Tihe Senato adopted a resolution to adjourn sine (ie at 2 o'clock. In deprecathi-g the concessions in the kuklux bill, Mr. Sheirman laid not a manl wou ld be convicted ior a dollar of dan;a c obtaui.ed under it. The only virtue left in tlhe bill was the eiploymiieit of United Sutites forces when uV ry. Mr. Thurnin" in Cppo-ing the juror tent-oath clu i'e in the bill, said the election of jinors would de(IQIi(lI upon the judge n;il the district at torney. It. exclud ed from jury ser - vice the Attorncy-General of the Imited Statos, 8eutiotorsi en the floor, aInd many others now in 1i1,1 public positions. ITS ADOPTION BY TIlE nOUSE. The Iluiso adopted the conferenlce kuklux bill- 93 to 74--a strict pa...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 May 1871

Dbetortes & Williams, Propiietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, I ulry, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$300 per Annum, In Advanc. VOL. VI.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNE AY MORNING, MAY 10,1871, [NO; 47 The Lost Arts. f A LxCTURE. BY WENDELL PHILLIPS: I Before proceeding to speak of some of the lost arts, it Is fair to make one 9 exception to the chaige of self-con- t ,ceit, which is this : There is one large department of intellectual life C in regard to which it does not fairly lie-I mean all that we call the flue arts, with a little broader neaning even than cotjmion. Take poetry, painting, sculpture, fiction, the drawn, the novel -everything that relates to C beauty, either in thought or in form I -in reg.ard to that whole lepartment of intellectual life, I think there is a t 'Perfect readiness to acknowledge that ( we are second-rate, that we arc only c gleaners in a field where a heavy har bat has been reaped. We sit down contentedly at the feet of the earlier I ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 May 1871

Wlluosdny Morning, May 10, 1871 S'COND ANNIVEllSAtY 0 Fl T I IlN AV INNSBO1 10 R 04ll0 & LAl)DIlR Cu3t'AlY. Tunoday, May 2a1, wais at gala, day inl Wiliborol. That splenadid body of young men, the Winnstoro llIvk &, Lader Conq. lay, turna out i ftdl force, and at the tap tf the dri , paradud ou r not ts with the tread of N etelll), tlndi V tihe colitiland of l"i. eers, whlo had knlownl servieo be0for. The truck was hointifully covered with wreatheN of evergroons and flwers, wovei ly lie fair hand of wtnitIn, t1111(in at thle lose of the paradl, it) r.ckowledlgIn.CAt of tih fact, thne Iousing chiels were proposed for tho litadies of \Witialisboro, and gi'Cn with a hearty giood will. At the netia.g then tel inl 1111 1 o1 1l1t the f uwing 0i0 'cers wele eluoted for the coii ag Year: l'rosident--S. B. Clown, y. Vice. res i ait-'- Pierre ieat. ihrectoira-\V. AL. Dwid, \W. It. Axmen-J . A. Fraer, U. It. \ta Sueretary an d Trastirer-- Ii. I L. 0ai 1)n 11 Ick a' I . At 9 P. M., I ti...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 May 1871

0G:: Ext copies bt the Naw% t6Il be obtained tt this ofice on the day of pitblication. Irice 5 cents p% copy. 1- We are indebted to Mrs Henry Williams for a plateful b strawberries. We return our siner thanks. 0::- Our readers must not fail t< read the remarkably interesting ad dress of Wendell Phillips on "Tho Lost Arts," that we glve to them to day. Cr'Iumbs. The hotels in Coluwbia are doing a thriv ing buviness. So bai d. The deaths in Charleston, for th< weck ending the 29th ultinol *tt 27, of which 10 were white ai li colored. A "quedunk" has been heard in three miles of Marion. The Mariov Cresceit nays, that in consequenht great excitement prevailed. The Newberry Herald igrets tc leaua titat on tL.e 20ih uit. a dilicul ty oucurred at Frog L'.eI$ betweer Me.rs. 8. J. Hiller and T-. F. Bl:ack whiuli resulted in the death of th% lahutLr. The decoration of the Confederat< graves throughout the Bouther: State, tnkes place on Wdnesday, the 10th of May. Are there zO a few gr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 May 1871

A Southern institution located at ATLANT'A, GA. Vnlronbz' izt l1o1me Institution, and tho recognized llead ol all Co mmereitil or Isu siless Sclhools for file Practical, Useful Education of Young MAen, training them for an a. GThidaoi M'o ad nuit led c'9 ry wk' day l 'the" year. For further particulars of the course of study. Terms, &c.,nddress A. It. EASTAN, Plrit ci pal. FOR $1.00 PER LINE, "WY w1il insert allv Isollment C)W MCXTX in ten Firt class 8011Til CARINA NEWSPAPERS, i ncl1d:ng One iaily, We refer to the publ;sher of Ithi papor, to whom b)ty rponsibility Is well known. M.ist Ment JP2ziio e. Address GEO. P. ROWELL & 00. *Ativerlibing Agoet, No. 41 l'ark ICow, New York. g)-UETHlE VEGETA .I 8 26 . L'PULMONARY 870 141L.4 ." iThe old slaiilard remedy for coughs. colts. cotusimption 'Nothing bet. ter." Culler lBros. & Co., Bostou. FRAGRANT SAPOLIENE Clenn11 Kid (4-ves nod till kjilds of cloths nWditt ctlolhin wi removes aiint, greese, tar &c., instantly, withouit...

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