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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 November 1871

tose - . ~ - -P pe; - - - _ _ _ _ _ _ __-_ _ _ DespTpr q Williams, Propr tor8.3 A Family. Parevoted to $cience, Avt,, nquirvndutry gnd eTerms--$8.00 per Annum, In Advano VObYILIV WINNSBORO, S. C.,WEDT"Y MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1871. ENO.22 FAIRFIELD HERALD is FUnii.siltDK) WEKKI.T Ili DESPORTES & WICLIA MS, .7'gsme.--Tnr. InRALD' is.published Weeks in the %oawa.of Winnsboro, at 93.00 in. ireay64 in advance. M All tradiAeat advertisements to be n advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per B~etragett Tus sung.a lover By theP:blue!wive,' While the decp sprges .ymypatby gave. Woma's truth truntingi I yielded all, Giving up sern6' Into lier thinafE. asS no so brittle, Eleeing as mist ;. Fa e wore thered liph Mline fondly kissed. ('old am, thoai.arble Ovt.r a grave ; . Fiekle as t.unlight lildinig the wave Wanadering ever, Searching in vain, Seeks betryed lover Ease for hi-ipaio. Dream of fhe Author 'of "sme Sweet Il011e. John Howard Payne, the author of that touching and inmortul...

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. — 15 November 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD. Published Every Wednesday at IiNLVNSB jORO, S. C. DESPORtTE & WILI AMgS. TRMVS--IN AD VANR. Five 1250 Ten 1gr; 'j6 q.- af0 1l,11c, [14tc Icil T7)1 ti ill 8ok11 Carolina a +.41 Jt tdrom a hIlny. KwTIfffcdIOwIWfft waj rritf "byN bidy of ?bptb. I.krolina, alpd dateil l, ek 1111, hXtober 23, is publiblied r t y4 6) 3-oil otily f'ew dlyis. ago, ny <or friou nd I t~dd you korno oik (W'ie sFfLtI.r ,bitt with ilf the Ia'st NO. 3n'y~ bt b''irst'l iiil'tlid 'iigii fr teoio cmphlati. cully.las, b eith1. IUndet .lin t. "vilei e f " . "act for I'l tihdtie votor' the old 'scene b)ON''etn 't hi' Whigs un'ri Tories of tbb old 4eultion .i liein a d ry ad 0 h .i w i.am at private gr ~ against atiiif her a iiong our De)inucratic cnd C(on'tifelera to pcople laweigotii:n~p thea villst conspiracy Ugainsit the pa olIe- of tii.i district, .nd, to gratify their revenige, do. illounelo thenb-i., oneiois to thle Gocvern montdyni'whkohagesthef kntow nlot-to the Ya'ilkee: comnin aod...

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. — 15 November 1871

o bo'iNIark CO Of Co et a an N Uc Ret jP'~& t.yl 111gr Was _60O.We representucl'nt.the: .8",e .% .1t 1 .H4i. Iolo'cia4I~. '. a r Itlnd VW!'~ 00.'. Iig4 I**' , -. 'A IL lies~~~ ~~~ b0neinaul n. by~fe~r~iti~ d '''~q'C mltibfUtb l ott cpc ~ tlOIe'ffILrjljj wri.~Artd6 A0w no .l I Ie I , I I be. see .n rt i, fur 60'v.e ok o L: eoCet~Sw,' it~ sth (ld. .Ak 69rs J 1 G1 4?.br o l ea P - Mnisrs.rl to tile~vr, Prp Mh- ir J..O I Lbb'f aiirt 'IV e." tinge;: n i* Fur 2n vba -yk of T . . uw, hst Tow itMats, ojt'is old-s. _ .. - i Nirss. L G.i CRab, fiveo yarePre serves*. uitin ctqn .-t Mi. JaCe*(lndo; oia be ne idoze%' al 'Pumki asIator han(furau-Wn UisiM. . j~brnaU Thye n Cover tings;: i is s., 4 htiuk the while. Meat has begep-t r Ry is Ina *Ift .01F0.do 'lo~j ",I Tfteblei 10 'Mt. _M.'X IWhite was e.09n4 i 84id.uight bj tareouased'partfieu next' 1Uo,'" tiviioh 6l' ir .to bqatsa e reat. Caustaoed no los* SAr'wberrIs5 - * . Rev. J. S. Ooji &*'6 he's aced upon our tabi t' .a and, as .WM , m...

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. — 15 November 1871

'yrrble Destruction of Whallng 'Vessels. SIa IEgiesco, Novenber 5.--The ship Mlie Ta3le!;tiasta rived from Ilonolulu and Aust ralia and reports having boarded a water. logged brig, tho Sholohopp, from Sun Francisec to Callao, and found all the crew dead except the captain, who was saved, thegh .Vargjy breathing. 86he al0o reports a terrible disaster to the Arctic whuling fleet-caught in the lee. Thirty-t ree vessels were crusah . ad or abandoned, The captain of (he whalers Arctic, Gaybead, Miierva, Eliza, 8wltt Reindeer, Eugenia and Paola, wbo had arrived at Honolulu, furnishedtthe following details of the loss of the whpling. fleet : . The ves sels commenced arriving, says Cap. tain Thadeus, on the 1st of May. and on the lst of June the ice opened and let the fleet up.within sight of Cape 1Navarino, The fleet working northwards found home whales crosbing the Sea of Ana. dyer, an'd in Bebring Sea more and plenty, but experienced much trouble from the ice, and when the flot arriv. ed...

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. — 22 November 1871

Disportes& Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science Art, inquirv, Industry and Literature [Terms----$300 per Annum, In Advano VOL. VII] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1871 [NO. 23 -I TIN FAIRFIELD HERALD 13 PU1niisi wE.Kl Yl y DESP "ORITSICI & 11111.1A1M, Terms.---Tnr. Uiw.Di timblib Weleks in the Town or Winusborr, at C3.00 in warr'i.nits advaynce. MYi All tratsient alvert iements - to be iill i dtvance. Obitutary Notices and Tributcs $1.00 por uare. Speech oif Major T. W. Woulwardl bire the Barnwell Agriculinrn 1 orirly. Air. I'resident, Laies <wd Gen1ln'n /* the Burnwell Ay ri'ult urlr an d , Alech an ica I&S c iell : I am with you to-day by virtue of an invitation from your Excut ive Commtittev to address you. I con csnted to accept the courtesy so com, ilimentally extended only after so rious coiflict,with my, ibetter judg ment. lor if I do know anything, it is myself, and I ant as well aware as the gent'emon upon that Coimmit...

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. — 22 November 1871

THE FAIRFiLD HERALD, Published Every Wednesdaty at WINNSBORO, S. C, BY E)ESPO4RTES &, WILLIA MSi. TRERMS--IN AD VANCR. One Copy one year, . $ 1 00 ove " " - 1260 Teal " " i - 26 00 State, Flutines. Tiho Now York World tnys that it; information with respect. to the emitidling truanactiom of Radio3l flicials of South i Carolina, comos from persons striotly reliablo and conscien tious. It bolieves that its stateminta as given in its issuices of Sunday and Monday last, are strictly corroot. It says in its Tuesday's issuo : No coments ar in-ade upon the answers of Gen. Dunnis to the repor tcr's tie-st iin1g, but printed below I pubilha-hed in file telegraphic coluniai of Tu'dIay's l'l muix] is a stateilent, at the bottorl of which tlalt gentle. Niats's nam stands in substII dation with two othens, who a1r St..te oilicers for its reliability. A moi coir pluto nIlirination of this p ipors stateits could not be comnplied. Ptiar' .- 1l1iils, $2,( -0,0 00; iftolling bonds, 3,500)000, ; rg...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 November 1871

.1 S ath Sroet, B altimore, Md., are atuthorized 19 og tl-act for. advertise ments for the News & OlF.eWu. De~cl~ ined. Wo ar u riocM i of a connifuntica tion signed "l )g 1ranch," wVlhih we decline to publish, for reasons that w do not. deriro to mio public. W I EI6thOre *4~I C!Oi M akeut. Binlee our l . I t ) 1.t 439 bale i of Cotton have 1,o 1 1.old inl this rn'larket at. prices rain iiig fron 16 to 16-G5 cents pe1l~r pJOound. IA 1iu , r.s. A n. Mr. It. J. McCarloy has on htau d tin extra file stook of atll kin (it Liquors. 11o ti illis a .peci:' hy of fine old KenitiIUL.y lUourbon. Sce 1his, adver 1isermen :t it dlthenl givi him a Call. Au :7! iI 1!e. to the o fVlIoingiu1r iitation----W. 51. Nelson, Jidge of Mazsonie- Meetingr.W. G.J or dan VaI tluableLu.d Sale-J. A. MN Crorey, Sr. of 4. ) allJJiuel \\' havo b1On ifoilr med that tie ilm ooined in .l J: at Yorhvillc under li i Klux ch.ogs vill lwas thu'Igl thii jide on Pridiay next ,n rNit. to Cohimbia to go to trial next ,\l...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 November 1871

State Surviror's Associaltio. TI neeting was called to ordor )estc:day morning, at 11 o'clock, Ueneral Korahaw, Vioe-President, took the chair. On motion of General Conner, the cffioors of the Atsociation wcro re .olcted by ac Ilamiation. President, General Wade Hampton, Vice-Prosidents, Goneral It. 11. An. derston, Goncral J. B. Korshaw, Gone ralS. McGowwn, Major T. G. Parker, 'Oenerel M. G, Rhttler, and General Arthur M. M -nigault. Secretary, Colonel A . C. I fiskoll. Troasurcer, Captain W. K. Bachman. The C(hair then announced the foli lowing persois re-appointed on the Executive Board for the ensuing year : Executive Board -olMonel Edward Ne Grandy Geral Ellison Caperi, General Jame. Gomer, Colone I J. W. McCuitcheny Colonel W. If. Will lace, Colonel .J. Ii. Rion, Culunol C. Irvine Walker, Tile resolution presented on the 10t 'by G encral Kershaw, and adopted, was 'brought up for conmideration, to. gether with the report of the cummit tee. Tho resolution i4 as asIlow e Resolved...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 November 1871

Desportes & Williams, Propriotors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. LTorms---$300 per Annum, In Advano VOL. VII] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1871. [NO. 21 FAIRFIELD HERALD 1.5 PUnii.ISiiul) wEl-:I .y lY Terms.-T nIAE I publi .I W..l in Ithe 'Town ot' Winnslboro, .t !:1.'00 inl reahly in advance. Biy All Iransieiint adve ioImenhi to lie id inl aidvance. Obitulary Nulices and T $1ribes S .00 per w:rrrre. I ~C1 II COLUMIAI, S. G., Novemiber 17, 1871. Gr'enCral 1. U. Juller, late ('Ikirman of0 Comillee of Eluven, Tax-/'as Convention. Sin: You have, doubtle4',S. observe I the denial of the prom i.--u mntl a by Governor Scott to the lato "Tax- 1'a. era' Convention, in referonce to the postponomlent of the collection of the taxes of the State. Bo pleased to give the publio your reply to his said de. nial. I am, yours, respectfully, J. P. TUOMAS, Editor of the Pumaix. COLUMIA, S. C., November 118, 1871. colonel J. P. Toias...

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. — 29 November 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD, Published Every Wedniesday at WINSBR O, O. (., BiT MPORTES & WILLIAMS. TERMS--L 4 D YANCE. 'One Copy one ear, $- . 3 00 Iio " 1260 Tonl a' - - 26 00 .Accideli onl (ih (hr'liotte, Coltiija Mid Aulgnsin litiIil ond, We learn from the Augusta 'Chronicle and Sentinel, of yesterd'y the 2'4th instant, that an accideit o' -eurred on the tabove road near that city on Wednesday, caused by the breaking of tho'front axi of the ex .press car, which was nsext to the en. gino,thus precipitating tlie car pa-rtly -from the track-, aid' turning it over on one of its sides. The baggage cnr and smoking car ran into tle wreck and were thrown from the track also. Fortunat-ely thie accident occurred inl a cut., atd the cirs were 'Prevented 'froin turm ing completely o er by fall ing against the brak. As it was, the thieb coaeb(es were jitnmed to gother in one inass. Th plat-fors1 of the b.tgsgage aind sits cars wt ra -inasihed lihost into Fpliinters, and -prosented a scene of ap...

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. — 29 November 1871

0 Joryt, whe, yoA 9sell your cotton'.' to eal-l and pay youi' 1Ittlo bill at the Nivs & IIEtAILD Of New Advertiseets. Fresh Arrivals-McMastor& Brice. Wanted-Janes Beaty. To Rent-F0. Gerig. Sheriff Sales-L. W. Duvall. Fine Boots and Shoes--McMaster & BriCc. s. Wolfo iias an Elephant ou exhi bition. Fresh Pork and Swet Put atoes at II. W1. D. sportes. W. M. Dwight, Intendant, notice to Proporty-holdora, and offer of Rc. ward. Query ? In view of the recent outrage de. tailed in our columns, don't we need a stronger police force I What think our "city f.there. ?' WiInnsIbor'o cot Ion Mi arkhet. For the week coding 27th inst.-, 515 bales of cotton have been sold in this mnarkqttat prices ranging from 16 to "Ho 0,V theis fot' Eatgit is) Afriend of ours -was 'Vaught. the o'ther night straining- his sweetheart to his bosom, but justified himself on the ground that lie h'as a right to straia his own honey. ".ase lali. This gamo secems all the rage in our Town now-a-da3s amongst t...

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. — 29 November 1871

011 i U Ohio, some tine sivao, twen ty:13 ptist olurgy meru who werop at telainlig Ft conventimn, wont down to a I-Oluile d spot on the river bank in the ,iter nouon for the purpose of taking a Si m. T beso score of brethren re Wo.ved their clothing and placed it upon the railroad close at hand, be cause the grass was wet. Then they entered the wuter and enjoyed them solves. Prosently an express train -came around the curve at a rate of forty niles an hour, and before any of the swimr-crs could reach dry land all their undershirts and socks and things were fluttering from the cow cathor and speeding onward toward Kansas. 1L was painful for the bruthren-excecedinly painful-be cause all their clothing that could be foun d after a careful scarch, was a sun umbrella and a pair of eye glasses. And they do say that when those twenty marched home by the reful gent light of the moon that evening, in Finglo file and keeping close to gether, the most fainiliar acquain tanoe with Zouave drill,...

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. — 6 December 1871

Desportos & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to ScienderAxt,1hqutv, Industry and Literature [Term-$3.00 per Annum, In Advano VOL. VII.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WENE'SDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6, 1871. [NO. 25 FAIRFIELD HERALD 15 rClinkt.iiiKn w~'iliimt.Y C.Y DESPORITE'I & WEL LIA'HIS, Terms.--Tu ttn a s puCI A1 S IIb Ii-31hed WW'ek in the Town o' Winnshoro, at 0:3.01 in. rubly in ade'nce. AW All transient, atvertisements to be idl in) ad via nce. Obitumry Notices and Tribules '1.00 per uare. "Ilitiler linto lrvir tli Things thalt are A Letter up n South (a-oliwip A1r irs, from I 8ou1h ( 'f7ointion la ]'reSi dent Gw't. oLUMaIA, S. C., NoioIlir 15, I '-. T1o his Lhielency U. S. Grant, Me& rdent of the United (t. Sin : A t thA isrinis in t be puiblic affairn of thi.4 State. I venture to ad drean 001s-i to yn ur l'W:llenrv. As 4 Svutlh Caroiioin, anid ab.i) an Ahi-;rs eit. z 0, is my right and mny por! :, it' . l lho !-e, t" place ti" coa n. n smo befre the PreCA. dett ...

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 December 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD, l'ubli,ed Ivory Welnesday at INAASBO9RO, 4$. (3, BY ESPOR'I'ES &- WiLIIAYc s. P tke9tty co't, - - ; 00 - - 1259 Tea. . .. 8rests- eleases - Prisoners. Sinco otr liast issue the following perons have bee i arrested . C. B. .Foster, L. iM. Gentry, Maj. Wi. Webster, and L. 0. Jat8eur. These gentlenlo ar tn Iow in pl ison. C. p. Turner, Daniel A nthony, Elian W all, Esq., Maj. \V. P. Bidihop, Fielen Kimball, and several others whose .ii108 wo do iot know, havo been releascd. Messia, C. I'. Turner and .Daniel Athony, after three weeks inprisolelnt., NCr Otrried before the Conunissioner for the pirpose of in vestigating their cases. Not a par tilo oft t( sti no y ocould be brought nyaillit ihe i-l-nott a witness or an 111i.. davit. 'T'hey vr airrested wvithout altlidavit haviug lon made against - them, we mp--upn mero siu pi eion. The followill g is a limt. of pris. 41Moers now) contzined in the Harris M. C. Bhacl; woald, 'ev. W. 1). Lan. casiter, It. S. (".ih, A...

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 December 1871

, n ,whoP ou~6011 your.ootton" to call and pay your littld bill at the NEWS & IIgRAD Of. iew Advertisennents. Salo Spartanburg and Union Rail. road-James M. Baxter and Thomas B. Joter, Referees. Notice-Ilacot & Co. Hogs - W. R. Doaty. Just Received-Bacot & Co. Just opened-A. P. Miller. Notice-C. Muller. To Rent-J. 0. Boag. See Final Notice of Ketchin & Robertson. Just Arrived for Chritias and Now Year-J. 0. ioug. Notice. Fresh Pork at 11. W. Desportes to day. Ilo I for Christmas, &e., -H. NY. Dosportes. Our Homo ju-st oponed-J. D. MoCarley. Winnsboro Coton Market. For the week ouding 5th inst.., 259 bales of cotton have been sold in this market at prices ranging from 10 to 17} eents. Personal. lon. Henry Stanberry, of Ohio, ex-Attorney-General of the United States, has arrived in Columbia to assist in the defence of the Ku Klux prisoners. He is a lawyer of un doubted ability, and considerable re. putation. Ile will be remembered as counsel of ex-President Andrew ...

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 December 1871

A (In( te001604 aild i : nil ul Scrvice. Thie mumdi1ne.mn . rartlv be:- 1i-I; SnI.-L w: i oc L ra ted ut R bhu1:~plC,:c A n S i day t I Ofl - I. 'I*;,( ' ts ,II i i er of 'th o co g r i t1i' to ni. thtIkI fAr L6e - kindly fr: , "f tt h earth," which, "in due t:- .," v !' i h 1.,.1 & alilt Il t 1 1 1 1 i '.oletite thety with ali wberS have thi: muens aI 'E i it ii to i1 Ii Ia :, tbE0 tili E :igEliI'stil:- E to, l ihe feti ni,~' te : , i ha El :..nd' l a til er wer y iclh of kte h :lL ..t . I i : r t . Wus Lv erE I . % i I I fl. c l freT cut ILuc'hiI'L IIE wE Mi va L i i udl r thIEL w. . tL m :.* i : .i v.,w 1i O i rv1: .tu s of the t e f V% l!43(lIs 0vl tE I ;I , ). w ills a11 -tIr' 1!-trI, 13" C.il . i E , ofh detg anu .1 ithe M.O A, b rthe \ii ti It . . I eente a ip iz. It : u lap" rootual :1111l I-k Iv ,LIl, EL L ' 'il O ilIL LL I' I L lia; Li . I r , '- 'LT. ' t every v..' ri.u y .4 1. V 'ei' !... - vee. bv awl Ato a . 1 'v l i an.] wale toKA I AT inA ...ri room we rtti '' E ...

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 December 1871

a1 _ .cpDesportes.u &Wls, Proprietors] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science Ar l,_IdqUirv, industry and Literature Terms-$3.00 per Annum In Advano YPQL~ YLU 7 *. . WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNFjSDAY MORNING, DECECMBtR 13, 187L [NO. 26 r FM~yIif R ALD 15 j'unidsuKD wret.;lkty by #'ISIMPORTES & WELLIAMt1 8, in tle iTown of Winnsboro, at 83.00 in rea)ig in 4dlaennce:' AN All tinicnt adveitisements to be Il in dtdhe6i." Obl:tiary,'NotIces ahd 'iTribute $1.00 per uiti-e. The Managin, Wife. Ezra Newton had just finished look ing over h"Weai:lywounto. "\Vell," adital his wife, looking up, how do, you coom out ?" j find,":' said her husbaRnd, "that imy exgentses during the last year hade been,1bty sevon ootits over a thouiqintd dollars.' "And'your incomo h'as been 1i thou. luntd dolitis ?I" " I managed pretty well didn't 1 ?"' "Do you think It' thanlging well to-exoeed 'your income ?" said the wi M. 'Vhat's thirtv-seven cents ?' ask. ed Mr. NvWt n, lightly. Not mitch, to be sure, but still ...

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 December 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Puibilihed Every Wednesday at W1N1 SBO/ RO, S. ., III iESPORTEs & WILLIAMS. O TR'RMS-IN A 1) VANON. Ohe Copy one year, - $ 8 Firo .6 " " - 126C Ten ' "- 250 iie Contract llicicen the U. States and La Fayette. In overhauling the old documenti in the Treasury Department recently, tile following ag reement inado be. T ween our Government and the Mar. qiuis do la Fayette, was brought tc I ight. It is intere.ting inl itself, and ;s Showing how great undertak. itgs required iort contracts, only, in our early history : A OtF.Ai*N'r oF M iuttuis i JA rAV F.T1 1 .. The desire evinced by the Nlarquis de Ia Vayette of serving in the armies of the United States of Ncrth Anieri ca, tho interest which he takes in the justice of their cause, and wih. lg lo' all o(pport unity of distingui. iig hium.self in r, iii of rendering limseif sefurl (I Ohe extcnt of his a bility, but it.t 'ioniceatling from him-). velf, thalt lie may N. lie unable to obtain 1he coneint of h.s family...

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. — 13 December 1871

O^.- Don't forget, -whon you "1sll yo r cotton" to call and pay your i1e bill at the NEWS & HERALD Of C. 7" Me sars. Griffin & Hoffman Newspaper Advertising Agents, No. 4 South Streit, Baltimore, Md., are authorized to contract for advertise ments for the Nkews & HERIALD. Winisboo-o Cottoni Market. Since our last repurt 559 bales ol Cotton ha ve been sold in1 ihis market, at prices ranging from 17} to 184 cents. 1New &EdvertIIesucents. F. Elder-Home again. Sheriff's Sales. Wines and Liquors of hest brands E'. W. Oliver. Christmas Goods-0. A. White. Eiggs, Ketelain & Robertson. Notice-W. M Dwight, Iutendent. Hear, licar-A. P). MiLer. New Goods-Woodward & Law. Notice to Tax Payers-1Uenry A. -Smith. Sale of Valuable Land-S. \V. Boukhart. Executor's Sale-Lyles and Ilayns worth. Dleliad. We respectfully deeliuc to publish the articles sent us by "EX". We invite com tunications from every source, and on every topic, but reserve the right to publii or reject tLu. 4)...

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. — 13 December 1871

A Goodt Iotor. .\n excia nge gves its readers siMe ndvice how ( coo1100se a dloctor. The d% ico is Is good for ,the doctor as for he11 pat i'lt. 11tere. it, is - \void a miiea utni, for you inay i ' sure 11 e will lie i me10111i doctor, i t as t iti as he would bel as Ie I it a .1l hle t a t ) 011 c ot en buy to) e IP jon cut. vI a sct upe.-. U good dc. r Lai Cannot he bo-ught. Avoid :henoiycorbldr 6"'fel:, fr (he'in who11%%I is einnalsy litch ing Is h ii se, y uo Maiy ho su rI. u lit ha dy at d or our ge ry. Avoid 11-Ce <ngl y .,b"w hr h hw. of ; is turnieo. ene and it, of seeing fo'rty or lift y patictts a day hIle he d.- t o hiiturs to (onvi1t.e you of the 1act. 'ut .im down LS aI Ifoojl.I To 114- a goodl doctorl, one tuuA first noi. Ille 111,111 Ill te a tu 1 aS. nin Of o ln e in h' d.i aliigs. 110 nilIst have goor l r soett or he catn it. 0 1 'gool 1. 1r. 1 .Ile S ilbl hel sttietly teIII era'e0. N U oNe shohitl tinst 1;:- i ii i. th haIin. "f an uiteiipr.it dwC'or. It is a g...

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