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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 11 October 1871

'pores_&_Williams,_Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. LTerms---$3 00 per Annum, \.a viI.] WINNSBORO., S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11, 1871. TI 11 Jll FAIRFIELD HERALD 1.1 PUni.I.liIlD WKKL.Y nY DESE' PORTWE .S & WILLIA MS, 'ermse. -Tr lbnaALi Is publishedil Weeks in the Town or Winsboro, at 93.00 in varcably in advence. t-;V- All fransient advertisemenis to be idi advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. ONE, Onehour of the now day gone One more car, with its sixty tound less wheels-loaded with records of human life, swept, with no ringing bell, across the highwi ays and around the curves cf Earth into the (depot of EIernity, whose keeper is Jehovah.! One I Tho little ormolu clock 'from its fc'ooned bracket above the mantle herald.s the tidings throughout the silnt room ; and the canary, asleep in his ivory ring, leaps at once, full throat and open-eyed, 'in a jubilate that floods the air with the te...

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. — 11 October 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD, 'ublished Every WedInsIiay at WrlNX S'BN ORo, A. ;1, BY D)ESPORT'ES & WILLIAMS. TAWRS-IN AD VANCR. OiP C4py 'One year, - - $ a 00 -~ ": " -. -1260 --2.5 CO e JC FnitsOf the"M. Thp Cat$Rato News analyzes Gov. eat t; Peporb telhe Ku Kliux Com. Wilke, .hepoint-a arq.. well takon. 'lilo News says: -AiEuringfor, the sinko of argument, that iGovernor. Sedtt's, Sqptuer-llrj re. port is po-reot, the debt of the $tato is. Amount 'of 1bonded dObt vxistinlg pri or to the war, . $,0.16,54o 16 Amount of bonds is. ,sued by Provision. al Goverinent, 1)023,473 94 Amount of bonds is. sued , y prosent -Administratiou, 4,d58,550 00 Debt according to Scott, $9,528,564 10 'Po this mlrust beadded L i'he differenco be. tween the true ainount duo on the' Fire L)an Storling P o n d a past duo and un -paid, 788,222 27, -and that stated in the Comrptroll ler-General's ro. purt, $48.,44:), 57, $ 383,777 76 2. Blue Ridge Rail road bonds, 4,000,000 00 e R 8 amount of bonds paid nt matur...

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. — 11 October 1871

0:- Messrs. Griffin & hloffman, Newspaper Advertising Agente, No. 1, 8t. Itaul's Street, Baltimore, Md., are duly authorized to contract for ad vortisemonts at our lowest rates. Winnsboro Cotton Marketi. For the week ending 10th instant, there were 166 bales of cotton dis posed off at 17 to 181 cents. Not a cAd1 l 'e^^^ According to the Reporter of the Charleston Courier, Gov. Scott will decline i re election to the Guberna toria Chair. New Sto e. By reference to his advertisement it will be seen that Mr. James Beaty, lia opened business at the Store fvur nierly occupied by M5erss. Boo & Co. We bespeak for hin a liberal share of the public patronage. An Explanmation Needed. We should be glad if Gov. Scott woild explain to the people of South C.u-olina why he permits State Treis urer Parker to remain away from his duties thrc6 monls. This is an out rage, and the people should speak out in tie strongest terms of cundemna tioni of it. Menr Advertiseatreuuts. Miehwsrs. Bacot &am...

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. — 11 October 1871

WlVion on 6e. bndoe'r a $-0m note. pr-ii sWo1.l :o *.\is AUu ., usli, or ide. p . Ie lipiutilar 1l0alt' S A, Jonas, eitloi 'ottc 8~,f~.~ sIgnniner. lam54ln i)LOttols eairtlinaotv, Am t il h. itcr tlow it A. a Pied fig o A. 'a ,nitoir ltn,.; is dead utand Keep it., dear frienulanI show it. Show it to thA f~i edaa l'sl141 that tluitttiljv will tell, Of hAerly bot'n of 4 patioit's dream, Of a stOrt-dIfndle nal ti ttll 'fell. Too 4oor topLsUe4sgio precious orefs, And too tuo4 qfa stranger to horrow, 6he iesiod today her mavAise to iny, Amtti'hoi'Ed 6rellelo ntho'monivoo'a. ' The days 'rolleft"cn', Alwesbem Ilutt our oofters w uere om pty ltill oitn was soso:tare tlat iho - t ronury irak If'illlar ablottIl'drdi'in lhu till; Ilut the faith Ithat wats int us waosl srong Ia; deed, And.our povert,y well n liscerned ; Anil ti iiottuI uc'aeok rertfir enr.s the iay ' Tatur uieving vet'erans earilell. We'kAew it had hardly at vahte in gold, Yet as gold outr soldier', received it, It gazed in our...

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. — 18 October 1871

41 Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.) A Family Paper, Devoted to Science7 Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature [Terms---$300 per Annum, In Advanoe. VOL. VII.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WE DNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, 1871. [NO.18 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD is 'U1M~iitED WEEKLY BY DPESPOiRTES & WILLIAMS, Terms.-Tax II hRAL isi published Weeks in the Town of Winnsboro, it 63.00 in vareabl in adv'ance. S(;'- All transient advertisements to be id in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. [Original.] Mdaudeps Victory. BY ZAIDEE. "Her cheek had the pale pearly pink Of sea-shells, the world's sweetest tint, as though She lined, one half might deem. on roses basthd In silver dews." On a broad piazza in front of a stately mansion-on - street in the cityof M--,stood a nan over whose white brow thirty years had . oast their lights and shadows and left no trace behind. The high noble fore. head from which the raven looks were carelessly thrown, was as smooth as an infaut's and 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. — 18 October 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD. Published Every Wednusday at WI.N.NS13ORO, S. C., By DESIPOITES U WILLIAMS. On'i e Coll z M~n 00rT Tot~41:- A=_ .... 214 00 c4 sh1 mse liege. signeg the nqcesgar, >ypurs atirtially approving t t of th court M i of 4ko defaulting PabWAW1str90:AOdgestO .h 4fe that alVnOgnqQ 4 , .pylo.duo, at.:tbe premtl'nkl 1-oftt-4it pkm ee9q ..be impione maulta' hr forithi,.4orm. ofato.4Intti II p)uih;.'pen Irentiary us th'. prop r .U thority mgyl dirent, uokdil P40 aleud-tt Ui ornjue4ea)oe edplueoof abode and be puij, finbW"iiAtt han fewspa ppra itn 0h0 , ity. oft I ),: .].. C. ;1> brut. t , lidtri ji portion of thol"1404e.: 'T9 GPProvo' .010. 8011F tALA9-, 0, ,, An ikisIonlike I until the a:p t'of fjah tion sh8o}4ibe -pAid wV0l4 beo expi,valent to. imprinmolilent, foMrifeo. 41 Ao. Oe aupposod. this rqoi~pl/ott; yould bo-fillsd.. ''hxi pengenfdryVai Albany is dot. ignatp.4A fAs *the 14sp9 ob, imjprisounmogt, niid \Njoy- Llodgq, . ilj boqrempved thgye b.t1int %eakt teoovu...

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. — 18 October 1871

E - Extra copies of the NEWs can be obtained at this Office on days of publication. Price only five cents a copy. New Ad'rti eten. Qhionu! Onions ! I- McIntyre & Co. Attention is called to the adver tiseniont of new Goods by Messrs. Woqdward & Liw. Give thom a oall. See n'otices of Sheriff Sales, by L. W. Duvall, Sheriff of Fairfield Coun. * ty. Segars, Mr. A. '. Miller bus just receivel a lot of extra fine Sugars. We have tried theni. Soo advertisemunit, WVinnasimboro Cottona Market. Since the 9th inst., 472 bales of cotton have been sold in this market, at prices ranging from 17-t to 134. Death of' Aniother Soldier. Private Short, of Troop "U' 7th U. 8 Cavalry, lately stationed at thia place, died on the lh inst., of con gestive intermittent lever. Pot atoes. Mr. I. Matcbett has kindly placed upon our table a fine lot of Sweet Po tatocs, the finest we have seen this season. They are of the Red skin variety, and when fried are delicious. Mr. M. will accept our thanks for th...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 18 October 1871

Row On, Aniv. You know, Allnie. iharming litlle Ai, yi i l little, saucy linle. Jolly littlo An, , ow ou. nny day, 'n Clever little Aioe. Careless little, thoughtless little, fearirle* lik tovpt :i e) "Id . - Pretty little Anlnio yinsomo little, laughing little, lovely little Annie ; III a antit atid trim "t wo-rnir" I with thee would gladly slinro Joy and sorrow, hirlih and core Down life's river, Aninie. MIy-friend, have you. Iuli.ienOdfiv fidenco in tn "le n i dqqr' "Oh, yes J/ opnadonoe .no dgl4 but to doll ar." In Tennessee a hotel keoper is 0a I. ad a "hash mill boss." O vy yu w ill I" exolaimed DM ro a6ck, Pon inii rhu bn , y other gruff responso, "if you can get a bar. rel of whisky up stuirs with any less noise, I should like to see you do it." "Doesn't this lovely scone animato you 7" asked Anna of her lover. "No," said he, "nothing but you can anina-mnte me10. 0, say yes, my dar ling." She (lid say yes, and his cup of animation wits full. G andina, said a shrowd child, do...

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. — 25 October 1871

Desportee & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. LTerms---$300 per Annum, In Advano VOL. VII.] WINNSBORO., S C., WEDNESDAY MORNING,OCTOBER 25, 1871. [NO.19 THIE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUBLTSHED WEVKLY BY DESPORTES & WILLIA MS, T"erms.-Tns UNRALD Is published Weeki in the Towin of Winnsboro, at 63.00 in Pareably in advance. o- All transient advertisements to bi Id in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 psi square. Death to Incendlaries. The following reports have been gathered with reference to inoeli iaries killed. A boy attempted to help on the conflagration by igniting a clothe, line saturated with kerosene antd throwing it into a building in Thaty second street. le receivo-I hi.< d,, sert-s at the hands of the 6remen, . saw the act, aud "now bleeps in the valley." A man, name unknown, was shot by negro at the corner of State ati Thirty-second 'streets. His offece was that he set fire to a building t. o...

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. — 25 October 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD, Publisie9d Every Wednesday at WINNSBORW, S. C., By DES1PORIT3L & WILLIAMS. TRJRMS-IN AD VANCE. One Copy one year, $ 3 00 Fivo " 1 6 6 1260) Ton " " " - 25 00 Hlorrors uf the Ukicago Fire-Awful 1ncl dents of the cilamity. A sufferer by the Chicago fire rola tgd the followitig terriblo incidents to & reporter of tih Now York Stand. .ard. On the base ball ground there were 50,000 peoplo shivering, looking at each other, children crying, men and -wonen runnin-c about distracted itth tho loss of their children. Tle people living. on Mlichigan avenue - brought out oil pai'ntings, which were jumped tpon by rowdies and -thieves. The pavillion oaught fire about 4 o'clock and the rouglis stole clothes and overything, and went to Itaudolph & Van Shaiks liquor store ,where they rolled out five barrels and drainc the contents, after which they, voro iirrING Al.. NIOnT. I saw one old man hit over the head with a bedpost. Numerous fights oc nrtred in all direction...

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. — 25 October 1871

" .Extra copies of the NEW8 can be obtained at this office on days of publication. Price only five cents a copy,. Winnsboro Cotton Market. . For the week ending 24th instant, 371 bales of cotton have been sold in this market, at prioces ranging from 16 to 18 ents. New Adveriseents. Apples-A. P. Miller. To Rent-T. Ross Robertson. T Treasurets tje-J. Robort .Bgylee. AMs4nie Me'eting.-W. G. Joi dan, 3Gee oary. Mir. Jaines Beaty advertises Petro trojeum, Beon and Lard. See ad. vertis~ejieqts.~ , he ' deaL. W. Duvail, S. F. 0. Look Out I-Thomas H. Davis, Dutchman's Creek. E~iUforAm AUbsence.' Our.EdIitor, who has quite recently taken upon bi uself new responsibilities, has takeu a respite from his dut icA, aid will -be absent from the Editorial Chair a few weeks on a pleasure tour. Meanwhilo we ask our readers indul gence for any shortcomings that may meet their eyes. Alarm of Fire. There was an alarm of fire sounded Suinday night about 7 o'leck The fi 0 was causel by, a .ei sert vant kn...

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. — 25 October 1871

.---0 To- (Oiil] I think of thee ki Andly yet, At quiet ove, Whein nemory o'er the melting heart, Ite8spell dth aeave, Uhenpigrth in surmurs hulf stirprest, Like tonderest sigh, Seems but the evho of reposo, Whici-lingers by. 'Neath shady oakw 'here once we played, And sunny'slream, I linger lone'.J now, Of thee to dream, And though with heavy heart I pine, And brqrw.of care, Comes a still whispor to my heart, Thou yet art near. -Whai eartlAgs dewy mists around, O.hsgurostho blue Of Heaven's fair arch and little stars, Coming peoping through, I've felt that thou wert notof earth, -And wilI sigh, Of anxious hope to meet thee thero, Have gazed on high. T. C. S. Tho Way of tho World. 0 'And so, Amy, dear Amy, I have come to you, a;d revealed all this hopeless Jove, knowing your good, heart, and ready s mnpa thy. Already does my pain seetn lessoned, 'and my burdens lightened, and you, when one day another comes to interest your heart, more deserving than your adopted bio0bor, will cot.f...

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. — 1 November 1871

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors,] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms---8.00 per Annum, In Advano VOL. VII.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1,1871. [NO.20 TH1E FAIRFIELD HERALD .15 PUBIRInKI WKPKIY HT DLSPORTES & WILLIA MS, Terms.-Tas IIRAL is published Weekt in the Town of Winnsboro, at $3.00 in *areably in advence. ip'- All transient advertisements to bi id in advanes. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 poi square. The Ku Klux and SuspensIon of the Writ of liabra Corpus. A. suse-nl si m oi ti writ . hb it c or,.u-. boy tae i.--d. raIl (.I e.e It aly of' thL S .tes in A ti ' f rdl pe -e x ,id h1 .e forinei y .v r, - Both \Ill m I: .u is . E' pleof A .0. IetL .t'e it -e rieh 8 at r.. ac'- '1--, r * t ea crpu,, a.-l h-' - the first .Otep to) - r 1 . 0ight. The1 wri' at to. . - a hals been iegacleld lite 1uinv ,ai ef liteity, Iad it is -h0 v4 hieh -. Sti un at I IsII.g U-C le:dS t, t. ficr dum thit we e . l r t im...

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. — 1 November 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD, Published Every Wednesday at WINNSBORO, S. a, nY DESPORTES & WILLIA 4 ?ERMS-IN AD VANCE. 'One Copy one year, - - $8 00 Five ' 12 50 5rV2 00 A OTHE - C eAS IN COURTHOUSK Q zt OU 'RAGICOUS ASSAULT OF TRIAL JUsTU K T. J. MlACKEY UPON A "MamWPR ew!A!YTrVi OU Tl'Nt ttitWs" 'Dhu .toid? OJ0 loaftol6 dliticias, gl dp 4 all.. burqiofotbb.day, uay be . Widing ay.. their -tim at'the tqrspoq9p;of jAleorivg 'and Broad etrou, w.ordbIrowd itito nuIaUUlI nrw.-yestersl by an!tohango. of Allo bolts0o0 'liailJstice Rihomase jolersodl. )Iuokey and Mr. W.J. War 1ey, pf4ho qity .etaffof-th -N4we. 1j", the News-of Tltursdaywas print' amjpQrtiof ;he doingiof the ,Radi. cauNus on .tb proeding oveulng, AoCey~jbo ia ritoriously ateruoto ng.lofg~re thq piblicwodoupidd a reipen 'pjaoesio ithe. 'pictures and, aen the .Purse-of,j'hursday morning, ,,.gpde an' attok upon Mr. W. J. .- .W44s y, who repelled onslaught with , M urolla. In the News of yes ;tardagtbio.rencontre was desoribed in ...

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. — 1 November 1871

Winnsboro Cotte Market. Since our last report 378 hate,. of Cotton bavo been sold int this itark,-t, at'prices ranging grow 151 to 16& cents per pound. New Advyter'lmements. Sale of Land--inaao H. Means. Currants l-Mc[ntyre & Co. Groceries-Melttyro & Co. Now Arrivals att Bea&ty's,aea adver tisoment. We call attention to the advertise went of R. J. MaArley, iu another oulumn,of Juat Arrived. Citation--W. M. Nelson. Clover a temedy for Cancer. An uechaange say) that common red cluver used ah a wash and drank as a tea, has proved effectual iL curing several cases of cancer. The cuudu rando plant, of Sough Aueries, is the great specific for this disease, and though of very recent discovery, sev. eral very rowarkable oures are to ported front its use. Whant at Five Dollar Bill Mipy Do. It will buy a ticket which will give the hoider a chance to draw, in Jan uary next, one (f 2.404 cash prises the largest of which is an Academy of M'u.ic, worth $250.000 ; the second $100,0...

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. — 1 November 1871

Hen WSjori~ Qilo jn tlo Itin quarter.of ris opo.m y learn, 4seful facts, Ambng titohre, ti ingenious method for uvoid d ingz -ithe -.pafuent of ront, that 11-would do nh hblolrto Dik Swiveller. 'I'o Ex3lat9n. of the mpethod is in sep Aaribiofrtm its illustratio: Jhe levelody of a. ecrtain Uedical *t ulent 'thoein'offtually daun'ed her, dtlitXuent tniant'f6r some, time, re o resorting o ex timmeasure. She etorod. tle student's room oie morning, and said, in a decided tone. "You must Oitht pay me my ront or be off this very day.,' "I pfgfer 9o b.o o said - the sta dont,''who; on his Aie', was proared fep. e-enootiuteot "Woll, then, sir, pack up direct ly.1 ' 'I assurI you, madam, L, will go '1 th0 ittidio4t expedition, if you ho I'm a a'IiI.' "With the greateiit of pleasure." Tho studeit thoroupop went to a 6obe, tti-l took out a skoloton, which lie hianded.to the dame.- - :"Will- you. ldve the kindness to place it in the bottom of my trunk ?" -Vid he folding It up. 1 What is it'V" sa...

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. — 8 November 1871

.___.__......______....__ -.-*.. -.-.-------' . -___---______ -- - . - -- - , -- ' --..---.rz mm r._- , :,:- -.-=:m -o -> .4 A. Desportes & Williams, Io ritors] A Family Paper, D6Voted 'to Sci6nc A ttand Literature. [Terms---$3.00 per Annum, In Advano VOL. VIIJ WINNSBORO' S. C., V8DE:NESDAY MOiNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1871. [NO.21 FAIRFIELD HERALD Is (UntLS1IKI) wEVicr.Y nY . ESPOIRTS & WILLIAMS, .Terms.-Tn HERALD Is published Weeka .in (Ith Town of Winlnamoro, at 63.00,in areaxbry in advance. SW- All transiont advertisements to be id in advance. Obituary Notices and Tribites $1.00 por . uar e. - avwa gmmemme e-A'..z-v ma Eva or the Mason's Daughter. CIIAPTVR I. Faster and fatuer spread the flames, and now the ship wal enveloped in a fiery sheet. Men and women rushed madly over the bide to see a quiuker but less painful death. The boats, with one exception, bad been over loaded and capsized. There were hasty prayers, and heart-rending cries of miiery and distress. )eath hov cred...

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. — 8 November 1871

.THE FAIRFIELD HERAL., Published Every Wednesday at VINSB0RO, 1S. C.1 BY IESPORTES & WILLIAMS. -0 TERIIS-IN AD VANCE. One Copy ono year, - $ 8 0( Pi as " " - - 126C Jon 't "' " - - 26 OC Gruitt Dellutmaued In Balltimiore. At the great mass meeting in Bal tinoto on Thursday niight lion, Rev'eriysJohnson, tho ablest lawyer Jq tihe country,. proved that Grant had ft usurped power as to violate the Constitution, but attributed it to hiA ignorance. The meeting adopted the following ringing resolves : "ResliVed; That we view with ap. prehension and alarm the course and conduct of the0 Prosident of the Uni tod States in the alacrity with which he has assumed rn arbitrary authori ty-nnd the waltonuiess with which lIe has exercised desliotio powers; that the reign of terror' inaugurated inl tiouth Carolina al peals to all that is 16so in statesmanship, dutiful in patri otsin, .humano in Chr itianity, and manly in freemon, to condemn and deplore ; that his invasion of that State is as uni...

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. — 8 November 1871

4. sportq9 sdve!Llfed #ine Fau louris anothei'ooluin. Aje~le to the Purse Strings-A. P. iil;ji osjt D&1oMast- & 1ii0e. lqWotseges,,&o-A..P. Miller. WI VIskbiqo Cotton Market. Siioe. oar laat report 433 bales of Cot$ t*V been sold in this narket at tdes ranging from 151 to -16 MektspU potIud. By.' reference. to..-our -telegraphic colin)t' i nirigit wil' be see' that Ip the Poor Indlui, tire agaht ou the - war path in- the west. 'The sejejje4,' th4 ttoops hoo been selit to the Southerti 8tiite.--to.-tarry out Oysteciie. Take a deep panu and line it witih pie crust, or puff pato ; put it in the oven 'to- bake: when done, fill the can with oyisterd that have boen wat-hed nicely put in popper, salt, and half cup of butter t dredge flour over thein 4nd cover with puff paste rolled thick ; when the top crust is done the pie is readyfor the table. So says an exchange. TUe IMeAthoodst 1ar. We inadvertantly omitted in the last issue of the N.:iws to mention that the Methodist Fair...

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. — 8 November 1871

flamor (lhe iord with thy Substancos Two men I knew vory woll, , m yearsi ago, on- the stroatt of New York. They wero tqlking about the mai1tt r (!f heaaev 0 nee. One id ) t the other: "You give too ItuAh. I n ill wait nail [ get a large p. le of mon.'y. iioiil ib2 I will give."' aNo," aid th other, "1I willyi 1e as (W;d pr pers RIe." Ilear the reg'tl. The former lives in New York city (o-d:a, dollarlesOs ; the latter gatlheed two hundred and fifty thetu:d dolhr.<. I believe that the rea- on ly man11y 4go9pte aroept-poor is becauso thMy dnotg+d 'noiglh. tf a 'man gives inl the right spirit to the Lord Jesus Cirist antd to the Ciir, he is insur ed for timo ail for eteriit y. Ti Bank of Eaghi::d is a weak instit ution compared with thie balik that any Chribtian man an draw upn. Tht: maln who stand., by Clirist, Christ will stand by him. Mink that : the man who'sands by Christ will find Christ A party of white ten ttarted tw-n. ty--seven years ago to explore WiS. tor -Aust tral iwan...

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