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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 May 1871

_l Tfrtidb _ Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$300 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. VI.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1871. [NO.48 Til10 FAIRFIELD HERALD IS rUIiiuKI WFKKI.Y BY DESPORTES & W ILLIA MS, Te,-s.-Tng UVRALI Is published Week in the Town of Winnsboro, at 63.00 in wareably in advance. X3i- All transient advertisenienls to b aid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 pe square. How Julia's Engagement was Broken off. "I will never muarry Mr. Young screw because lie's rich as Ci wu.,' said Julia Cuwhington, burzting int< tea rs. "You ihall never marry Capt Mon tgomery ; because he is as pou as Job," said old Cushington, hurs ting out of the room as Mrs. Majoi Manager entered it. "Good gracious, Julia, what is the matter I" said Mrs. M. "Why your eyes are as red as ferrets, and you'll burst the buttons off your polka if you sigh so desperately." Ainl Julia told...

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. — 17 May 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD lubishti l Every Wedlnesilay at W VBNOR1 cO, S. a , lipDI It'l'EI & 11 I ii ,1U8, TEh'.118--I A IAD VA NCE. One Copy one year, - - 3 0t TaIx-1ayT8 Convention. 11FS TDAY'd PROt'ENDIP (GS. Co01 An:IA, 11. C., Mlay 1). TV9lhe (onvention Inet at 11 A. M. Mr. Wailcy itiroduced a reI.olu toin, whiA wIs adloijted, that it be re fcrred to the l'cuniti-ve Conimittee to intliire atnd] teport tipon what terms, mnd for what consideration, the mik ia and e .ntion of the 'loe Ridgo Itailroid Cotipany, and other 'cii panies, of it mortggo to Tienry 'lows, llonry ( ourdin Iand Gco. S. (amevron, to setire tih paymntit of cert.aini b6n14Is, vas ratill md to n.l c iruled by the legilatuxre, and tie uaid ntlortl.Ige (1eclared to be a ''lienii prior to timt of the State oil all pro. pert y described In sai mortgoge, aid urn tho enatire line of the lile ide Railroad, and ot all otier properitie4 - of the teveral com:an1ties, of which they. or eithor if' tien, may hereaftetr ncgni...

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. — 17 May 1871

6m Extra 'opfes of the NEws can be obtained at this office on the days of publication. Price 5 cents per copy. New AdveiMtf'ses'a*itl Sberiff Sales-L. W. Duvall, Sher iff Fairfield County. White Corn--D. R. Flenniken. Bargains for the Cat--Wvodtar'd & Law. Lemon Sugar-MoMaster & Brice. Rltead the advertifeuent, of the Nelv York Sun. Auotion--G. 11. Mo M stoer. riniegar Bit,ters-R II. Metiorika Day. A considerahle nunber of our lad ie., turned out yesterduy, to pay the an nual tribute to o r Cynfederate Dead'. This is as it shouild Le. But there should have been a larger crowd. Why not ? Are they not our dead T Did they ntt offer their lives as a sacrifice for their beloved State ? Tile May Conveutloma. ITho oov'ention met in Columbia, on the 4th instant. Ion. W. 1) Porter was elected President; IV. C. Dudley, ). II. Chafb'erlain, and Gabriel Can. non, Vi'e-Pre.idents. Tfhc following g-entle'en were ap. pointed on the Ex'eautive Committee, 'to'Oxamine into (he account between...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 May 1871

I fpl Qdo oout'siro. to see PrerMdet Grant iade emperor, with the right of' s.ecession to his son, is not so flippanIt a j#!t(, after all in the lgbt of I.e seti. iia1li investiture just accorded t0 the l'resident by con gress. The habit of predicting evils and adding to the stock of unhappi ness of the present by making drafts on the fuAre, is not a.popular one in I thisa0outdry,aid it, is nlot one to be I encouraged anywhere ; but we have no right to close our eyes to ugly facts that stand right athwart our ViSilot. The Republican party has gone V49M one thipg to another inl the Yorkief hiterhil iz4'tio iof the repub. lie, until the logical end is in plain view before us. Tho Forty second ebngresshas just signalized the last day of its special session by conferring war powers upon the pretident in a timeaof piofound peace and tranqnili ty ; and subjecting the rights of all states, and the liberties of their citi es to hie disoretions. With abso lAtelethority'o declare a rebellion ...

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. — 24 May 1871

W_ - - - - - - _ - . - - - - _ - _ - - - . . ~ - - Desportes & Williaths, Proprietors,] A Family Paper, Devoted #,. Science, Art) Inquiry, Industry and Literature.[cm--30 erAnm nAvnb VOLb VI.] WINNSoBORO, S. C, WEDNESD YM)NNGMA 2418.[Nb4 FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUnI.SIC) WP.KKl.Y BY DESPORTES & WILL 1A Ms, Termns.-Tnu IIrVRALD Is publihlabod Weeks in the Town of Winnsboro, at 63.00 in. bareaAby in advance. gg- All transient advertisements to be aid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. Tax-Payers' Co. isentiom; FOURTIt DAY. FnVnAY, May 12. Tihe Coi-vention met at 1 o'clock A. M., Pesident Porter in the Ohair. The ( hair announced the following gentlemen as the cotnitven to monw brialize the legisluture on the subject of eumulative voting : J .mes A. 1l.'yt, .H. Chamberlaio, M. W. Gary. 13dwinl J. Scott,, W. 11 . Wvallace, 13. 11. Wilt-on and ilenry Gourdin. Mr. Chesnut, for the Excoutive 'Committee, reported upon certain te.olutionis relative to the itarlhg...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 24 May 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HILRALDf JN- b.VN OI e)1 "e ;y (- th It ~ I Id TH11. I . V 0.1' W 'll 1 Si'.IS )* S, '11 1 .1 ')I!,. 9no Copy one year, - - n was due t6 1lV f:;t 0h . t hav withi thi I each, a 4eply to :ni t i f y -oInnitt CC UM(( .' i n1 111 -1 1 It-i 0l ' i y rep-reentaition, I Governi orvi' w o char1 an1 e ptlIicit ill ji iil en -ut Alf the phin, beie*.ving!', ns he -aid, tait iU wuld 011 U.me itK dtaIV pro inl dicea in een ll -f i; and,- m i ento the( nuij-rity, than anly o-t w\hih c nid oe.'ur-t-.at they Ill, panihers- it-ild the ti nne at its4 next SeMio p.Ss an .\o provido'tl:' for m11inolity rep'esenltaltille. Ili regarl to t ele-4tjin aw:, th uveruernr wos very detWi1 l in th -opinlion that, Itey 1i h :1n 1:i1,1d, flfle!insg 4-as til' r n tilt 'u t nowkA st , st41 rut t Vals vr'; td ini t l' . minds oIf thlt peoph-, :awl tA-1.1 t Il it offl'el for thoe omitidion of fiiu i i1e added tihat at t I m xt -( in I f Legishtlne hel w"114uld tVO a eba'.0 ol thatI, h 11 . o s coi l i t...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 24 May 1871

New AllertlAfeaents. J~ialed- .''J.M0'a rley. Sheriff Sdis-L. W. Davall, S. F. C. Just Received-Dr. \Iobley. Just R.eceived-''. R. Flenniken, Advitistrator's Sale--David N'. Tidwell. M r. 'W. D. Aiken, has been admit ted to bail by Judge Meltoii, in the suM of $5,1100. Peiza st1ories4. ItLI ' Z~ er 4) 1.e 1v't red Thu Pr-priator of- tio Yokviile Eqir'offers threehdrdd larsi inl prizes4 for thle btoriginal stories delivered to him by the 1.5,h of O.tober, 1871. For further par. ticilars address L. M. G('it, Yolk Ville, S. a. It is :aid that tle efrth is growing small ,o rapid !y iint inl two thou-nud million years there will be nothing' left of it. An accidetit ovetrred at. the Lex ingtua (Va.) M ilitary jtustitut, on the 9,h, ly wlhich tweatyponle of tle students were more or less injured by the givia-g way of a Ilatform. Unt'ortuaate Afl'air'. We regret, to state that 9:. ohn V. Clarke, County Treasurer 01 Vairfield, died onl T'usd ay night f'roma the effects of a wound inflicted T...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 24 May 1871

Isolated Afflection AN A1i.r.OitV. -Tile love. ,i ill I t n (f hof :i ncen i b wT III wing : Avil 1 iel i1 enilih, it p!umies lilt-ih n bach agail- Anid So we lose t." In tihe bosm(44i of at southerin fore-t Hower of that, loily irepki. I-avHVs of the purest, white, uoiliting fur the fist tiio to III(e w llId n iritl. anid revetaling. .s th-ey did so, the ih.v a1ti delieitlreIirpings of vile t and1 pir. pie, whicb, Iike so mo Iau huadeIlln wealth, had lain in its boison. IL order was most exquiite ; ind no flower in all that forest could eqnal it for swemtnss or for beauty. In ex ellence as in I osition it was eiuAlly But its destiny wa-s not. to be thus alvafs ii.t al one Ihere caine to it e0 nirtin;g early in May, a polhlenl I butteirfly-ita over animong the flouuis --a aucienat, robber of their sweet. ("ailly did be Ily his flight tiaroniph.. out the fore-t, naow here and therei, sportitng about in a sort of weary, er Tut uncon.sciouasies. It was not, lon! before le iihaled tle o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 31 May 1871

V. v Desportes & Williaihs Proprietors.] A Family Paper, NOWte to S cience, Art, Inquiry, Industry and LiteraturiLcis-$ 0prAnm nAvn~ VOL.*I. WINNSoBORO. ". C. WED)NESDAY MIORNINGMY3,(~ FAIRFIELD HERALD 1 FUDu.t3E1) wKKKI.Y 14T DESPORTES & WALelIAMS, Term.-Trn IlarALI) Is pubilahe.1 Weeks in the To'wn of Wiansboro, at $3.00 in uareably in ddvance. $' All translont advertisements to be aid in advance. Obituary Noties and Tributes $1.00 per square. [From the Saline (Mo.) I'igress. teuiniscences of Old Rob Brother oA the CelebrateA Kit Carsot. This celebrated mountaineer and trapper 3et lives on the Missouri River, nigh the town of Arrow Rock ; is hale, stout and hearty, able to niuk u marny wore like trips. lie is full of nnecdotes, and gives us man) hair breadth escapes fron mountain storms antil Indian lights. I. say* the last tight place lie got into was 'i'the )'car 1846, during the Mexi'in wa'r. The Mexican's were cUmmiitting de'edations (if all kiuds, and had st6len home ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 31 May 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD" Pubhlished Every wedniesdlay atl l)ESPOR'I'ES & W L I A MS. ._-_O- -t TERMUIS--1V A) VANCE. Onle Copy 0110 e - - 's 3 o ,reV a " . 2.110 0 sec'cis 1,Inrrliri in ii s, 11)'l'crible Frenich ('on r1nt-TI 1ree I'll- I ot Nuus ('onfinol in L..athon(i1c age's -i Nysrius G'rea1t Va. t IZot, Discovered-l'oiios t .Abundance -'T'o P 'u nu' qznt from th& Starving r1'ris Po. STh reigning Scanial of the diay eI tie tillfair of (tie Convent of Picpu11S ,90 highly roused Iin.8 ptiblic indigla tion been by the suoppo-sed discovery -of altrocitite coimatted withiii tlioso jealous walls thalt the1 people have beenl perulitorialy excluded 11ntil th ill vetigat1tionls of justice 01hal h ie cl iln plete. I 11111111ged, however) to pele -trato wit.hiii the preciicts by ittich. iig Iyself to tille Cortege of an Enl'g, lish frieid, who wa journ' i!g thith I or under special orders, to inve tigatt' the ca1so of an Eiiglish Si. ter Il ii Gart-re t.. in thet. Ituei d e Pi'v.l)p s...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 31 May 1871

I-a~Oal Ttemxa. 1' 1New AdVertIsem"ent,. U. S. Taxes I-Calvin 13rico, Depu ty Collector% ti 'Notico'-M. G. Dunlap, Chairman 0 ilard . V . Masonie Meeting on Thursday lt of Juno. a 'Miller's Confectionary. Piano Tuning--Joseph Frey. Miller's Bar Room.. 1 Just Iteceived-D. R. Flenniken Citation-W. M. Nelson, Judge of Probate. Belling off at Cc.st-B. F. Davidsou & (Co._______ U cuioni of 'leury lHoustonx. Henry hous,.tonl who was conviut.d of the murder of Wui. Powell ne.ar - Eidgeway, in this County, at the last Sssiou of the Court, suff arod the ex- 1 treme penalty of the law yesterday, 26th inat. he was attended to his I place of execution by Rev. Peter I Piukits and Rev. 'iokctt, colored. O the gallows lie begged all present I to take warning by himself and ex pressed himself ready to die; at twen ty minutes to one o'clock the trap fell and the viul of Houston was launched from time to eternity. He huig twenty-five minutes when Dr. Ladd pronoucod the body dead. It was thou take...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 31 May 1871

The N -W Y o- .k III gve< th p lia a , of 'h1 sub- d of, :1 % - hidy in Ntd. -r1yyi.i d'hteri Itj I i IY i 1. , l . 1V/" I I , I t It .1l -tita (411. r is thAt t i : The debhl I:it. -ii i a t f a x Id e.4i 1- itu, gi I il I he 1.k teI '. i ' r i var e I'' to i wil j~iitii ...n ge b'tol, . di L, e:~ lt $I""iti iU'ii tt u:It t!:. t ie uc.~ ex tee it i t pte ti Tu1(1 iiay c olrf l I. T wO tn. icking I ny l ti. k, inl 11the i kt w i gia urry int .a1 ng tihe Iod. Od (ir h I;t,' 1 11 I;l. cO l di t th laki..i$. ph e' lI: M 1 ti - e sp nginto the war, r. The w.oys gn 0i (!ilaru , a n d b,,IrI }ab-.reis wld A is. 'iIe w r e r ,e ont I io the Stu: ; Lill HA; ni- I uhI Ic.O at terpb to save t' gion a bhru h siW \yA. yv wt hi " .a Uk ' i': ' the b)antI's, .i11d i alh nai f:ve to et 1 ." w e l ,r. \Mr,. 11.c t hWed $IU0 to any e< whol( wm.l ItS- her;11t. e h o - 4 t1ho inepm Ofi . he m oulld tak e tiu t,. a nw. osked'une of '. h - h4y toA t ik0 thK woiin ont l or .. , inte tding to nli h ...

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. — 7 June 1871

_e.?: . . . Desportes & Williams, Proprietors,) A Family Paper, Devotedt W -' ~ ilddbstry eindlteratir,[em~.$.OprAnm nAvne VOLc Vij WNS30 0. S. C., WEDNtSEAYM(0RNING,53E 87.(O5 TlIIlF FAIRFIELD HERALD 1$ *UBI.tsIut8m) WKrE..Y IAT DESPoirTEs & WILLIAMS, Term,.-Tnx ail vA~i.o is publihled Weeks I the Town of Winasboro, at 93.00 in oaroablv in advance. Si- All transient advertisements to be id in advance. Obituary Notiees and Tributes $1.00 per sqare [Original.] The Morning Bells. flow sweetly sound the merry bells, Upon the pleasant summer air ; How gayly through the fragrant dells, Float their d~eop notes so rich and rare. Oh. sunny Soult ! Oh, land of bloom, When closed for aye my weary eyes, On thy broad bosom be ny lonb, 'Neath thy enchanting, cloudless skies. Around my grave let zephyrs play, Freighted with sweet perfume of June, O'er me let sunteamis lance by day, At night, sof( glimmers of ilho moon. Near miy lone home shal! blue birds sing, And joyous, warbling red-bre...

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. — 7 June 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD I 't~1 "I - I~'e 0&1'ei 1131111.1 31t 111A RM)S- -IN A/I) 11.11 XNCE on WfR~WqV - 3 0. I e 46 .4 6 - I. I Ot'Ilogjtg wfso, 4itr- p1ltLhorf or I Cul'St'd I/S ?'1 vi ioc 1 TC U tY (' l 1i tit ru114m -r4 r 1111 ril .1 ('11"d Mare ar I msfhiriai ir to hi 'iat and AS1':'IAi chi,' ANAi yA the Ianaty, A,.I 4 Jpll ii,:tiIy, during ce.url, va'ca Iilu lllelird01g- t'tin liuir tltxky lawv i ho partyu. N , N4 nt jil:Indb ~i-H ; t hni k' 14 ( al oilitt) Coi'rm. 1)- Ton.1 rtit4 ro i-I Q-hew mcurWon. InI thel Soutl-wol Ii)4)ibly 1-y the) lI'4( 11-1K. 'lt4I (deal."' .1 hell' ptntlt, dii 'el'rlg from m t he o ld11 444411'4, nbamlon!"n1j44 theO old lWe vit4I WVe f'tziitkly 4'1lC4. 144 t itiio is :4 .1),* li 444V' 1 1 . i~1411 4.1d -1 t tegy. Till Ad14 Oneml have1 pr'4v('( vad0 M~iures ill 4j11I.'Gtoilt4)4 that Ci4111011 , 1114141i(a. G 111-:, '11110 14I'W i (I('ens 44144. 1) o(41c l vl'4 a re imurativeiy iioiiittilci by th! II il.h i v I - x' 1 4ige y, 1) ti the woid ''depat ...

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. — 7 June 1871

Otial~ Eteme.. Neiv Adve Vati0e'1ti. Change of Scledule, Charlotte Co'umbia & Augusta Railroad. Bacon-J. H1. Catheart. Notice to Tax Payers-J. Robert Boyles, County 'Treasurer. Glass-McMaster &-Brice. *Cheaper than the Cheapest -? Elder. Just Received-Bacot &Co.. More Stenthmsg. Richard Jack&soi, a negro, was ar rested at Alton on Friday last for the robbery of a trut.k and -.veariog apparel of Cyius Etlvoth.. 'Ple ar rest was made by Trial JUstiet clkin. Jackson wats brought to this place Friday night and lodged in jail. j Mesirs. Bacot & Co., bare become agents for the South Carolina Land and Immigration Ass*,ciation, in Fai.field. Tiis is a honic concern, and we hope it will neet wit.h the patronage it justly deserves. It will be remteibered th tt Gei-erals Butler and Gary tire extensively connected with this enterptise. See advertise. nient in another colutmn. Good Cotlon. Mr. W. R. Garrison has placed on our table a cotton btalk measuring twelve inches in le...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 7 June 1871

A kiider IltrLctI ill Lhidtid. Wvithinl thle L nplonl Kindo.r.G.trien . thle dr-impresn isu th it thore ;rel, I no booksk1, plaything.4 biig s1ubstitt -tei ,the see, nd that tliereo ie ncisher d-ell noir iiniilals. t i umets nor swo0rd', h n)Ijlor whip4, w.ul,!os nor clock-woi ks-the u.uIal iurnishings of a 1ur1ery,--but unliniishedc aid inlex p eiwlijve malilterials. Thc hildrII give 4 their own lesuonsndl 4ake their Own toys. It wa s-wII L I saw --- i I W01rd, play organlizud into a o's~te-1m1 of labor for the childl, .o that wflhilo he is auitted :i(nd deli jht.d, (vory faci! ty (it hboy : i iiiidis properly c'du ed. 'i '0 (. here a n Ito fall!t-linding nor need of it, for there wa s nip vrong.d'cing. Tl oew was 111 i yilng, nor nied for that, flr every h1ahy w.c -duing whant it witited to do. Eveni the( punllitlhmlel S, If they Would hm, called such, wve eSourc-es of pleaoure., Thell whole scene0 remiiolled me1 of a story the goci I)eanl of Caipe Town, thlie late Dr. Newio:nn, u...

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. — 14 June 1871

Desportes Willams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$300 er Annum In Advance. VOL VL WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MOUNING, JUNE 14, 1871. [NO. 5 THIC FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUni.1515sD w.KKI.r nBY DIESPORTES & WILLIAMS, Terms.-Tu. IlrUALI, is publisheil Weeks In the Town of Winnsboro, at $3.00 i. wareably in advance. S- All transient advertisements to be id in advance. Obituary Notiees and Tributes $1.00 par sqare. Resolutions of the Ohio Democracy. Resolved. by the Tenocracy of Oio, That, denouncing the extraordinary means by which they were brought about, we recognise as accomplished facts the three amendments to tle Constitution recently declared adopt ed, and consider the same as no lone er political issues before the country. 2d. We demand that the rule of strict construction, as proclaiined by the Democratic fathers and accepted by statesmen of all parties, be vigor. ously applied now to the Conttitution above re...

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. — 14 June 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD 'o Publisiml ivery Wednesday at WVINNYSBOz1 , 10, S. ny b DESPOIt'I'ES & WEILLIAIMS. 0 TERMS-IN AD VANCE e C1 One Copy one year, - - $ 3 01) Five 6' " - - - 12 69 Ten ' ' " - - 25 00 Tlc I'rt'idelly. d Judge Orr has been interviewed by a Ncw, )'oik liIetIld reporter. Mr. *rristid in this interview that lie was a ''k ind of ltepubli e.n ;" that "the dW19 hopo f&r South .olina was for all hands to declare thiemsel\'e Re piblican.,'' and dui beat the scala wag at their own gathe, the negro mnrijority of 30,000 forbidding the idea Ahat the Democrats would . carry the State. Wo quote from the Herald a. follows : J1eporter-Your opinions on the outlook for the Presidential contest In 18112 will be of great value to the readers of the Herald. Mr. Orr-Well, \vell I I don't know much about what is going on up there. I suppose Grant will be re nominated by his patty ; indeod, I feel very certaitn of it. Reprter-Why do you think Vo'? Mr. On--Ile has the insido track...

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. — 14 June 1871

g rtropai was re6va2nu1n been misplaoed. Hende Its non-ap. h pearance. a:- In another coluti.n will bL- p found be pdvertison prof the South 4 Carolinga Idh-igeli P6r oeition. htead it carefullyf luee"t & Co., ate Agonte for this County. e N1ew Advertisemelt4. 0 Spartanburg female College. L Sheriff's Sales-L. W. Duvall, S. F. C. e Read This-S. S. Wolfe. Town Ordnanco -M. W. Dwight, Intendant. Arresteud. llenry Schnider, a private in Troop "L1" 7th U. S. Cavalry, was arrested on Monday morning last, charged with stealing a watch and two pair of shoes from Dolly Barkley, a negro woman. Schnider is now.in jail.. Arrivail of Troops. Troop "L" 7th U. S. Cavalry. Lieut. Nowlan commanding, arrived here last Saturday. This Troop num. bers about ninety tuen. Lieut. Now. lan relieves Lieut. Porter, who has been.on duty at this place for the padt four weeks. i 1Onpliment to Lieut. Porter. The news having spread Saturday evening, that thiq gentlemaphad been ordired to return to Chester, a ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 14 June 1871

An liilan's Word of ilonor-lRerplug his ' Priolo,tHdK'celiqIfhix Do0m A gentliemun of Jonetburg, o., J recenily r.qjartied fromi Texa-, i:elities al extrordiinary occurrienfce which tQJplade6 ashort tigii since in the indiian Natiou. A Choetaw Iadian having committed a uilfil murder, was arrested, tried and eentonced to be bhot to death. lie ait.ked for twon ty days in which to prepare and visit his friend-, giving his word of honor as a "brave" to retvin at the appoint ed time and was illoweud to go forth without a guard or ban. - At tho expiration of the twenty days, according to oppointment, the hour fair the execution arrived, and the Indian, true to his word, at the .very hQur i:nd mitsute galloped up to the place where the sentence was to be enri iud out, in company with three of his sisters avd three brothers, all appearing as cheerful as though they bad come to a dance or a frolio.The coffin was then brought on the ground, but sonie on remarked that it wa. too stall, upoi wh...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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