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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 6 September 1871

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, .Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms--$3.00 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. VII.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6,1871. [NO.12 .w . .. ....... ...... ..... ....-... .. . .. a--~a.... .. THE FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 FUIHld1liSD WEIKLY BY DESPORTES & WILLIAMS, Terms.-Tns IRALn is published Weeks in the Town of Winnsboro, at 03.00 in vareably in advance. 44W, All transient advertisements to'be id in advance. Obituary Notiees and Tributes $1.00 per square. EDUCTION AL INSTITUTE OF MSo~t~ka. C am.*ol~1.2.. FIRST DAY-AUGUST 23, 1871. The Educational Institute of South Carolina met in Greenville, in pursu ance of notice, In the Court House, at eight o'clock P. M.. The President Hugh S. Thomson, Esq., being neces sarily absent, the Vice President, J. B. Patrick, Esq , took the chair, and announced that the annual orator, General Eauley, had been unexpected ly called away by sickness in his fami...

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. — 6 September 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD. Publiheqd Every Wednesday at W tLVSJJORO,0 . ., ni 11ESPORTES & WItLAIAMWIS'N -.o-_ TRCIS-IN AD VA NCR. One Copy one year, - - $ 3 00 Vivo '4 - 1260 $Tea 4 % . - 2600 1,xtensive Fire in Charlesto. lietvoe) l0 and 11 o'clock Satur day night a fire was discovered in the rear of Madson's Tobacco Store, opposite the- 0harles ton iotelt a few doors North of Bib sel's nd he adjoining store dostroyed soine time ago. As usual, the alarm was not given by belli until, some time afte-r the fir6 Was ascertained, and when the engio-ch arrived 'on the ground mattei's 'had taken a serious turn. The buildings occupied by Madsen, ani Lengniek, dealer in Millintary, were so burnt that nothing but a shell of them is left. The build. ing occupied by H'. B. Stoddard & Co., Wholsalo Shoo Dealors, next door, was badly injured. Madsen's stock ihich ho valued at $7,500, was insured for 6,00 in Ravonal, Huger & Co.'s Agency, and Longniek's for 5,000 in A. L. Tobias' Agency, ...

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. — 6 September 1871

New Advertisene nts. Summons for Partition of Real Es tate-MoCants & Duglass. Soap, Osnaburg-MoMastor & Brico To ent-G. 11. MuMlster. Proclamation-R. K. Scott, Gov ornor. See the card of Mossrs. Kinsman & Howell, Factors and Commission Mer. chants, Charleston. 8. C. WatchesJwer, 9 We direct special attention to the advertiserment of Win. G. Whilden, an old fewelor, of Charleston, to be found in to.day's issue. It. C. Shiver. Mr. It. C. Shiver, one of tho most prominent and reliable of merchants of the city of Columbia, advertizer his card in to days issue. Read what he says. More Blood. On Tucsday last a gentleman ef this county and A. S. Wallace- known as "Buttermilk Wallace," and to the K. K. Investigatig Coinuittee, as a "Back-yard wanderer for trifling ne gro evidence," weoo walking th< streets of this town, when the county gentleman Uked Wallace when th bitter existing feeling between the two political parties would end. Wafllact replied, "that it would not end u...

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. — 6 September 1871

lalkilIy hrrl1is W1 England,. The lute b 'i k i papers are'Con *tidiigi tihaci tI0 arg. tatfator -of rAil.w y acc*idenuts may be asoribed to tihe ov i w, Ik Iig of I ho "9pointsien, ' or thi men who ate ph deed in charge if t itebes. Tkius, a very serious aidl fatal aieiri ut at, $tieflicld, on July 18th, iia duoto a eullition, in cunseqience ~ of the .--inistake of the "sigiil man," who woiked regularly fair thirteen and a hulf hours a day, lifeen oiats oil naturday, aid sOVen teeti houas on every alternate Sun day. llis wnrges werc only eventcvn bhilliiig or $ 1..15 a week, this being about half the earniigs of an ordiila- C ry artisan. The hours of labor evu on- ordinary days, it is asserted, are f.ar tuo long for any man to p):c. set ve the alertness, norve, vigilance a:id vigor retuired for the responsi. Ie duttes of a signal man. It, is ar uedi that at not very expert or ex porienced mat-, thoroughly worn out. anId weary for want of rest, will ne etaosarily commit fatal mistak...

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. — 13 September 1871

Daesports e Willian rt A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, industry and Literature, [Terms-$00 per Annum, In Advnce. VOL. ViI.] WINNSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13,1871. [NO.13 FAIRFIELD HERALD is run,.tlitV wj.Id 1t1' DESPORT~ I glIARIR, Terms.-Tnn IIRALIa 1.4 is ) hJl11.1 Weeks in the Town 6f Winasboro, at f3.00 in wareably in adoence. A&- All transient advotilements to be Kdin Advance. Obituary Notices and Tribu'eWd $1.00 per square. What XWild Do& 0,. if my love offended to, And we had words together, To show that I would minaster be I'd whip her with a feather I If then she, like a naughty girl, Would tyranny declare it, I'd give my love a cross of poarl, And always make her bear it I If still she tried to sulk and sigh, And threw awa'y nil posies, I'd eatch my darling on the sly, And smother her with roses. But should she clench her dimpled fists, Or contradict her betters, I'd manacle her tiny Wrists. With dainty golden fetters I And if 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. — 13 September 1871

THE FAIRFIELD H AI.D 'ablbshed lIvery Welilneaday at WTIN ,SVjORO, S. C., by EISPotTES & WILLIAMS. -_0 TERM1IS--IN AD VANE. u ... $8 00 - 1250 Ten oo "" Tfe Itallil tit Iu ill New York. ' Nfolioivi'i1 an extract from an acc 4 t~t r1NoM York Suh, of 2d ini wkot~aduai-. between -Colonel Cauzi and General .Fardelli, for an i:1sult by th64jfiM to the latter, at thq att banquot i 2V1ser's Park, in The Ancctiog was arranged for yes. i eriy, morn 11g, and the ground se le(od, wts' the property of Bignor ]h4qll i, on.1talian gentleman resid. ing otJOlobg Island, just back of W.'t.atjtyburg. All night Thursday Signot Fardelli was busily. engaged wratnii) jottets and 'arranging details of his busl ess. ,ioruing arrived, and kissing his young wife with more offeotion..thou usual, the General liaaleved to his store. lie arrived there at. 7 o'clock and found a car riage watag In it were the Count do Lassala, Signor Manara and a Gertuan sur. gvu: Two brighlly polished scab baa:ds restod bctwe...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 13 September 1871

0jr- Contra6tors will not be allow ed, unoor their loontroots,' o adver tUse any other than their legitimatp business, a.nles ly paying specially for suib advertisenget., New d'verlilksanetx. Putitien to istablish Lion-W: 1. Claween, Register1 Notice, , W. 'BPeako, ?ohool Coi missiode'r:fdahfeld County. Personaal. We are glad to see among us once more, te Ituv. G. Rt. Brackett,-form. er pastor of the Pfresb) terian Church at this place1 and at preeoet- p.etot of the first I',dA)bterian Chta-h lit Charleston..- -r firuohett is ensjo.y ing remarkably gobd healb. 11 will remain with us abotit ftiur wbek. 0r- Ou old triend Goodinig, ha% received a lot of "No. I" horhca and mules. "Ridests'' and "driveste" will take notice. Ginnlag and Grining. Mr. 0. R. Thompson notifies his friends and the public generally, that he is now prepared to gin Cotton at short notice. Ilia Grist Mill is also in full operation. Give him your cotton to gin and your corn to grind. For particulars see card. Need ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 13 September 1871

Th elr iuiirs of Wyomin. A coi eponde n of tihe l'hailadel phia 1hes with the Ilaydoni Unllited .t ate ('ieolog ie 1 -.44WkTy, writ ing fI in Wyouming Territory, gives aun in tere'ling ace..oun t of the be1lutiit'iful casenes aind deep callnt of (lie yel low si o:.e-lgt !ioat, '. in one plae a rcain was discouvered which, aer i Ih h inf cA acldes'for a i-lhort tistance, t-iddEiy dashes (,Nei the edge < f (Ile pr ecipice, nud fu ge ujhcird AIi,4d fifty S. feet, to the 'ano.'l e'The rleks, irom the lie tion of theo weatlier and the water, have beent rodkd , so as to leve higA tiwers itandi.g along the batiks. To if the Ilest, each . rising onte luindred fect above the water, ttaid, one on cither side, jiwt at the edge of the fall, as though statiorned there to guard it. The water fall into the epelre of a rounded ba sin, cut out of 4Ilid rock a ut foot indi iict cr. cii( ting the io.t oTesive odors, prin cipally from thesthilpuretted land enr. burrot oe,. v c sae from u i i t n i i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 20 September 1871

A k( #1 -i WEMBER 28 [NO WO p . IS (UDI~isitq, imKJ n * 'FAUFL]LD.. KUALD. ]E'SOREs8 W4&w LLIA MIS, * 2jernm.-Tan fiait A L Ispubiished Weeks in the Town of Winnsboro, at 63.00.in wartably in adne,. S" All traitslent. acT'ertisentn s to be idin advance. .bltusry Notices and Tributes $1.00 per squaare. A Rare ailtqrcstling Case. We chronicle the-fpcts as we heard them of one 6f tho' most remarkable oases of partiul ahoration of .the men tal faculties, an idiosyncracy as rare as it is interesting in a philosophical point of view. A single lady, in her third decade, residing in this county, of most respectable parentage 'ani' connections, and in possession of am. pletneacs, became acquainted some ten years rgo with ,a miister (f the Reformed church who was then and is at present living in Pennsylvania. - He was here at that time on a visit. she beard him preach but once, tind during his brief sojourn but the most. common courtesies of the most casual acquaintance ever passed betwee...

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. — 20 September 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD, T41blisIhed HEvery Wednesday at WZRNSBoRo, S. C, BY ESPORTES & WILLIAMS. TERMS-IN AD VANCE. 'One Copy one year, - 300 Five " " - 1260 Ei-follow ingreenaponden from the a c.14. V iandighatn to his sister, xbs the m'ny bea'utiful rits im Mr allandighamn's private n"rtte, ~tW' "Y re'oent -deatih, si iao afqljowd ;by that of his wife, it now possese. a peculiar and -6'uifbl tterest,' aside from tho -tbchintUldi'nes a 8 in*'nly symrpa 0thf' hich it shows tofk -thd distrees of a bereaved sister: ' Niwiu D.., Aug. "8fl. The followigl6tti Was written by th4 late C. . Valia'pdI ham. to 'his v'tor Matgaret, on'tl'o. 'ca'ion of the jieat'h'dlhoie au *d Itwith some others, will aiii t',66 6iog. -raphy whOh is iow itfro -co'urso of preparationi. -P ItlIhs '"deaurred to' me,' however., th'dt'Its'publieation just now would be speeiafly comforting a'nd gratify. inr tomany of bis friends. If you think so ii is at youi service. Ito. spectflly yobtrsi' J- L. VArLrANDIon.r DAY...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 20 September 1871

.Of every kind wntly. 6xected at this9 offic e. 07Contractors will not be allow ed, under their contracts, to adver Uise any other than their 'legitimate business, unless by paying specially for stiuch advertisement. -06o211 orget. Those who promised to settle that little bill "with the irst cotton they brought in," will do us a kindness by not forgetting their promise. We have not forgotten it. New. Adversiaeninets. Thbo. M. Lyles, Executor, offori Valuable Property for Sale in another column. ChIlls and Fever. Ap this is- theileason of the -year whe# 6hIlfts an& fever u.sually pre vails to a greater or less' extent, we are reminded of' one of the simple-t and most efficacious of remedies. It consistd i6 pure lemonade, witho.ut ice, drank as a substitute for water. When the case is an inveterate one take a mild purgative. Interesting to Cotton Plait ers. Mr. Wi. Lawton, of Charleston, now in England, write.- to a friend in Barnwell County,- as follows : "If our crop of cotton f...

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. — 20 September 1871

,AtliU, aiu-r4oetly -made an ezour xtauaia4 e 'walky'of. Lin~dti for thg i-uiroI.nix of ascending the T odL . Piz ~IU ,('1 felj ono of the, .ot c'd~ido's~o tb oinounisins -in Idast . Ou the 25th in stant, at 3 o'clock in the morninq, the partyI'ft thb'Glnlhorri Hut; built by tIe*SWI'ss-Alne Club,. vlere they fiaa,1 the Iig 11,; tbo 1ohp blow. ly reached the Olacier of B:frortonr-after a-veryl'fa tigtitng walk' bf three -hot-a, the Foubn vakit f til an pw so soft thait the oct't'sAh Jeep Into it.at- each n;.up.. On reaching a very deep and wia ereC,V,8ko1yh i W 9p.ppd their further progress, two of the party went somifo way alopg it to ..see if it grew any narrow er,(f theiireight caused -a large nass,o stiOW: on whieb. they were standing to give way, and they were 9 th pitohed headlong into the bponi i Thuir . co.panions, who were 'oigntly noe:to ee.the' aeoi dentV Q 'uiefieogI .tti ear-br.snd were.-.o stinie -Mforo' ioy -beckmuo su iio colleeted -to form any plan r.iefvoriug their ...

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. — 27 September 1871

I MA_ esiportes& Williams, Probrietorse] A PamIy Paper Devoted to o enoe, Artt Inquirv, Industry and Literature, [Terms--$3.00 er Annum In Advanc -r-O- PJIJ * ,er, A. M VLYJI WINN&B~OiRQ W., WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPT EMBER 27,1871. [NO.1 57 FAIRFIELD HERALD Is l'n .I~i l IY n DESPORTES & WILLIA MS, Termns.--Tn r It 1'XAt.n . publi'lhe-l Weeks in the Town of Wiiusboro, at 02.00 in. vareab~y in advance. Xe All tratisidAt aulVertlcisnents to be id in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per sqare c. Thoughts for' the Mo nth. Unlike the last, this is a very busy month on the farm. Cotton picking will absorb much of the labor, and the sowing of amall grain, grass and clover will fully employ all the hands that can be spared from the cotton field. The indications are, that a short crop of cotton will be made, and it Is the policy of the fatriner to gather it promptly as it opens, that rains may not injure the quality of the staple and reduce its price. Pick as rapidly as...

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. — 27 September 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERAl.D, Puslsif-o Every Wodnesday at WL-VNSBORAO, S. a, BY DESPORTEN & WILLIAMS. - o n Ten ..9~tj~ ! P 2r) 0 heLl rro.p runeral lampton. Teet> t hIorn'Home of the 19th in -cis 14 a - .w - We give below a letter fou one ihom everBalfk iddn pece in the frott-raik vt' ,;outhoru Loldiera and Btat9d4tnen.. We hoge that his views w-illrecivoethat respectful. attention which bip-intellect, high character and etninent services domand.. from those he has servpd. so we!l -ind faith - fully: : . . To Gen. D. JI.71. . CouMmi&,4 #.ptetmber.0, ]ll1 MY DEAR SIR The .uuthorn llome of the 5th instant, coltainiing your editorial on the policy.to ibe pursued by -the Southern Statoe in reforence to -tho next national Demo cratic c onvention, reached mu a day or two ago,. and, aloug with it, the letter in which you wore kind enough to ask lily opillion Oil this question. Though I. calnn 1tfbatter n sull' that inly opinions .- may onterttin canl huve the wpight. your partiality ...

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. — 27 September 1871

.TaccOa1 Xte:m2.s New Advertisemnts. Wagons for Sale-P. M. Spence. Notice to thoso Indebted-E. W. er. >ouie Meeting Thursday night. c.d Wheat-I. L. Miliott & Co. ,;tice-Ienry Clarke, Adm'r. 3ill for Partition-Safal, 1) flow. ley, Referee. The Last Cotton Crop. We are favored with a cnmplete list of the last cotton crop of Fairfield County, the number of bales ptir chased, and also the number of bales shipped from the sever~al stations on the railroads, ete., which we propiso to lay before our readers ii, out next issue. Good Suggestion. A friend has a ggested to us a very good iden. viz: That our Town Coun. cil should have the names of the prin cipal streets posted at all the con spicuous corners-and also that the principal places of business, and per haps private residences, should be numbered. It wculd be of some ad vantage, and would cost a very small sum. Bacot &Co. We would call the attention of our readers to the extensive advertisment of Messrs. Bacot & Co., in...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 27 September 1871

Cannot Afford It. . . oh entered the fashion. able d y-6ds store of Lovering & Brothers to see one of the proprietors. "He has stopped out for a moe mont," one of the clerks informed him. 4nd withdrawing to an obsoure cor. ne-, ho stood watching, with, a half comical look upon his hankdsome face, the streasn of gaily attired wo men that Boated :pas t him, gazing with envious and admiring eyes upon the rich fabrios, of every hue and texture, that were Ouspended from the ceiling vind spreatd 9% on the broad coun. ters. Many of thom were known to him but be was in no mood to meet the sparkling glancos and gay sallies that he knew would be showered upon him if he made them aware of his presence, for Mr. St. John was rich and a bache lor, and had been so flattered and be.. i.eged by ambitious mammas with marriageable daughters as to make him almost resolve to always remain one. So he stood back ip the shadow, marking with ourious eye unconoious betrayals of the natural dispositions, ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 4 October 1871

Desportes& Wiiams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, -Art Inquiry, ndustry and Literature [Terms---3.00 per Annum, In Advance. V... .. W - -- .. ..m. VOL. VII.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1871. [NO. 1; T iIE FAIRFIELD HERALD 1.4 PUI,18iI:I WPKKI,Y BY DESPORTES & WIILLJA AMR, Terwe. -Trnsc 11iR~nRA1 ISpubIMhed W04k-14 in the Town t fitiinsboto, n t. 83.00 in 'areuJay itadrance. jg All transient. advertiements to be id in advance. Oblituary Notice's and Tribulte' $1.00 per u.,. u ', ha: - -i. t I i to - r r a br A 1 h.he : I , t i a I.. eyen tnl, -poso i WILIam V W, -e0 .e th in oven her fath(e.r's texend d .au~d and co.oIni yo e ti:,p. it y -I . dbied by tk- rn'h th n. .% -r .. .-,r j o it. - him fit It - r -or- n h - i. - A 0 1: 4. hi. I .' the (uiV,*,S -.1 eli -1 1 1 1 U. to ,- shed 1 V :: I b-- : esp. . I t he I t S t. Wi Iaie, S I.n Itri . ),)wt~ (I , . 4je44 iti'r.' : a .r bity .::io . t i .. :1.tit 0 1 bt -f 8o l e a Ih t; sim hs h, ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 4 October 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD. Publihi'4 Every Welnesday at WVINNV8I-?O, A01 C DESPORTES & WILLIAMS. 0 01Od Yoe P0ar, $O Fivo ", ' -1,,T 42 50 Ton )' '..I * - - 2 00 lie tyc..fTlYtery In Canen. 'Jdst hs'we were going to pres.i last .quad o1,( td 8tixe .pidiep , who did not n*w ,f tjdy 'w ri sent here; aid' that 'we had'- ouF usloibbs nihich we would wait to tse .verified ot'not, as the ocie qeight be. :rThoso ' suspicion&. -p roved 'corrbet. Wb are informed that, the, retinm. stanes -aie as .follows.: Botie -time sinde Messrs. T. J AnorumaJr.,. andj it. H Foykin, went into, Oti rtbro -of X, Goss, a- -promineit R lical, about three'o'clock lh the tifttanoon tbsporchhs.something; ttnd an alteroa. tion-htVinglalIet Mr. Anoerum struck GoBss wishiia small riding switch'. Tlhereupon Ooss took out a warrant agaisist b6th. of I lid young th en, for ah sa-'lt and buttery, issued by J, P. Sutherland, -Esq.', Trial Justic. They wer'd arrebted and bound ov*r to appear at the present term of Cour...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 4 October 1871

i(oat'la utyI will not be allow. eit 44r itji oir AQutpets, to ad %or tise any other thau their l eg Iitn:te business, unle-ss by paying spoeclally fir t-uoh advertisemebt. Winnsboro Cotton Muaket. For the week ending 24 inst., 259 bales of cotton have been sold in this market, at prices ranging from 17 to 171 cents. New Advertisnemetg. October 15th, 1871 -H1. L. Elliott & Co. Notice-Saml. B. Clowney, Special Referee. Now Arrivals--Mclut)re.& Co. Feathers-Molntyre & Co. Messrs. McLaughlin & Johnston offer a fino stobk of boods in another column. Land Sale-Saml. B Clowney, Clerk. Positive Notice-R. J. MoCarley. Deatlh of' a . 8. Soldier. Private Wm.'J. Langton, of Troop "JL" 7th U. S. Cavalry, stationed at this place, died Saturday night last. His body was interred in the Presby terian Church yard with military hon ri. Correction. We have been requested by Mr. Thos. M. Lyles, Executor of the Will of W. S. Lyles, deo'd, to state that the time of the sale advertised by ...

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

'rt ild rhf hi .idiertiing A 5 i'bft t% Vrt!AMaj Afcr twenty years of incessant Ia ler, a me1rtbilat of Now York, who 1h .11 be nauielots, found. hiiblf just, uhe.rP.be baran. twonty )oars ago, without a dollit- he" dlid not, o.we Sented ut'his desk one rni6rting, pmur ing over bills'and other unsatisfueto. r3 documnots Ito asked himself for the hund'redth time, how it happoned that his nieighbors were' flourishing, while he stagnated, and found a hard Inattor to,hold ibis own. iHe said to himself, "I work twice as hard as they do; I am as honest and prompt in all ay dealings, and still I do not make headway. There's my fadi!y growing up, atd my eldest boy, now in the firmt, and he must have, what I fear, uunloss I make better s;tles this seasjn, I shall find it very hard to give him a fair portion of the lrofits. Wbat must be done. As be asked himself this qjuestion, a respectable-110ooking young manl, with a book under his arm, entered his ofliec, stood bef.'re him, and in mediate...

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