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

.,,-,Dep _ts& Williams, _ __reor. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _aeDvtdt cecvAt nurIdtr n O v-~~~~.----~~~~- --solSUSWENSDY MOllNINXDCME60,17.[O2 VOL* Vile] WNSOR*S a EN 4SA THE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS I'liti tE) wVi.A.IY BY 1)EISS9AtTli CAS & VILM.CM F, T ii.' I.--Tn ' II: Al) In pulib isl'e1 l Week ill le Tow i or Winiltl't, it S3.00 in eflib, ill 1 It'il:e . 1-i' Al1 tri lent. advertisements to be "I ht :tvance. Mbituary Nutices atd Tribultes $1.00 per Collligli Alisweri bJy Aspirin,-g Sehool. Trachlers. The minds of soeic people in lHen ry county, Ohi., have been much d is. turbed by their friends being refused license to teach ielool. 'To 0t t isfy tle tistiried nr inds the school ex nminer of 1.lenry county, Clarkson Davis, furnishes them, through the columiiins of the Newcastle Courier, the following answers given by dis appointed applicants to the questions u'kel them : Otey : "What is affection ii read. ing P' Answer "It is affecting to hear a scholar whein tie gets up to ru:id to qe...

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 December 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD l'uhlishevil iEvry We-1inesday na. 1)JA , O it", N. fly DIC ORT~js& IELIA Mhs Y' '.MS --lV ..t 1) '. ,'. One Copy one yVIr, - $ 3 00 Fivo *' - U5 Ten " '. " - - 2500 A ki. l.r 1:4oitudr(ld, A f v th0 s .1p) a p1 troilicnnt law. .-r r . INtll, toin ped Iis frcO pass en ilth .y rai'ro.tl (if that city, and r USIA C: h p ; ! it Ilatl Lh en litolenl, ho 1%t 111, :) 0;0 :i" -c (of Thie I .i ilroad So p anp , :eol infurinne the officil* 14 his sopiciens mnd i"Iinested (herw 1, hae any one who Ou"ld primont ihlog~, un % hean wt cars arrested. iors: w2re ::c ly issucd to all bv cond u1.iors rI ; I t lo ine to keep a - arp 1, oloml for the mis~sng te~t i : h ny irivn pa; era in hi.; (wiy, to ;:aQ rVnthenon kound the ndaind i-ket, :id while r!-'g homeo on it v1:1, presentoud it, to :he Condhuctor, w01o < ::mined if A !O . I o limmeliatu ly cllared the atiiiooded ieiber of' the tlr, -Ind inl reply to a1 (piiO.91 lll Its to what Ij I a t 1' seiing him, rt 11u1lrk~ed ...

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. — 20 December 1871

0"r Don't forget, wyhen you "ol your cotton" to call and pay your little bill at the NEWS & IIERALD Of fico. -Yiunlmsboai0' cotto 31 ta'ket. Since last report thero wero 458 '.:As of cotton Fold in this market. Pricos rangitig from 17 to 18. New Advertiscanents. Sheriff's Sales-j. W. Duvall. Notice-MeMaster & Brice. Masonic Mecting. Notice--McIntyre & Co. e wiro and read D. 11. Flenikon's advertis..iIlnt uIder tLe hendading of Wanlting. Shucks for Sale-Ketchin & hob ertsoll. No Paper'. 0( accmomUt of the Chri itimas 11oli da wls, an to give the printers an11d ill a short rcspite, there will be Ito pa per issied from this office on Wed nesday next. We wish all of our subswribers a morry Ciristinas and a Ihippy New Year. A ch14a1icC 1o it F)C7jiIition. if any bod3 has a bob-tailed spotted dog, and wants to sell him, he can get a good prico for him by tiaking him to Columbia. Gov. Sutt is ill need of a boey-guard, since the "nig, gers" have gone back on himi, and. threa...

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 December 1871

'Dafeat ed. BY JA HIn rA 11 i-:11iGUSON. 'i~ engriged ?' 'Yvs. H weit with Miss Ilarland to tihe oicta las.t evenin i', and this Inorn1g he told mo that he was ongag ed.' And, then, looking over to where Floy l ercy sat in the pleasant win. tlow, eigaged npon a 'it of delicate ein bro-(idery,, she excelaimned : 'Why, Fl'y, how pale you have giown ? fond M:.s. Forbes went over t.) the side of tho beautiful young irl. 'ii e let me Ie.recribe for you,' le said. -Wlat ty you to a joitrniy to Barlton, to tco sister .i*;ai ?' .'ihl yi-n like to go, Floy I' And irs. Plercy I. kvd tendeily at her idaughter. The young girl's lips quivered, and there wias a look of muto entreaty in her tentle biute eycs. 'y es, ma1,1n uma,' ht sid. i 'lhen you Shall go. You can take the evening expre.s and renoh Ella's before it is too late. 'By-by, then, lFloy ? I hope you will have a pleasant journey.' And Mdra. lorbes arose to go. Laying aside her work, Floy flitted out of the loom tip to the chamber - and...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 January 1872

Desportes & Williams, Proprieors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and 'Literature, [Terms---$3.00 per Annum, In Advano' VOL. VII.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3,1872. [NO. 2 TIlE FAIRFIELD HERALD is PUi. ilU d w11i).MY nY D s EPOl t'sES & WNLI IA S, k Y'rns.-TuriinnMar,1> I. putbli!-hall Week in the Tvowii of Winnsboro. at 3.00 i | ill '111itnce. L' All trnisient. advertisements to b Obitunary Notices and Tlributes $1.00 PC COMMUNICATED. Mr. hdilor : Tliiiiking that a sho. t acoount of my trip to Solma, Ala., for the purpaso of attending the Agri cultural Congress that met there, might-not bo uninterestirg to s-,mi of your readerg, I herowith transmit a synopsis. \V ho goes beyond the limits of the State at this time, is, no oording to proulamation of him who, hlk6 the ignoble cur, of a raguish negro, fits upon his hauiches at. th Executivo ,Mansion only to bark at lionest mn-a -amniitable to the charge of Ku Kiuxing. So be it ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 January 1872

T1L FAIRFIELD HERALD Nihtlished Every Wednesday at WNLVRSBOnw, S. C., Dr 5U:;PO'RTES WILLIAMS. 0 7E18RMS-IN A D VA NCR. (oe Copy ono year, - - $ 8 00 Five'- " -- 1260 Ten " " "~ - - 2600 I11 el hiil M lle House oil tile "Nemfno," the i-telligent correspon ., it of the Charleston Courier, thus -- of the cloing debate on the e,-Parkcr impeuchlment Tn Iurley titud that 'what he i Iit dd to say Would not occupy ':tnh-i (me, for ho believed that the rfor toilk load gollo. It was now i:o.0 for Ihe people to not for then t v.. Winit tio0 Covornor of the cui.!er icharge 0f high crimes in i:, ould c.>juo into the Legisla C road buy enough votes to get i if (Al', it wts timO to nt. The : inriy j in th Ilou.o had been on dg <i, and wetc perfectly aware that tih %otIS amounted to nothing. 1.tn i next arose and said ho a n 2ihi( himself of the opportunity to 21 few words onl the subject, be S1u-o be supposed it would he the -1 t that ever would present itself. 1' proterted npginist the act...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 January 1872

Odr Don't forget, when you ('set your cotton" to call and pay your little bill. at the NEWs & IERAIM.D Of floo. - Vinnsbotro Cotton' Market. .For .the past wek 77 bales of G:tton have been sld in this diarlet at prioes rafiging from 16} to 17[ cents. NewV Advertisnesmts. Corn-W.'II. Morrison, Statesville, North Carolina. Publio Notice-John A. Marion, Exu outor. 0. R. Thompasn has on hand a fine assortnon of Family Grocerios. See notice of Reidville Female College. MoMastcr & Brie) Want Money. Just Rocoived-D. R. Fletniken. FSoo Advertisenent of fresh arrivals of Fine Liquers &c., of E. W. Olle. ver & Co.'s. Good I1Wikey. We have receiyod a fi .sk of good Whiskey from Mr. E. W. Olle vor, some of the same advertised by him a few day's ago, which we pro nounoo "thu genuine stuff," and can recommend. Uiuriglar'y. i'th bakery and confectionary of Mr. 0. A. White was entered on Fri day night last by means of a falso key, and the contents of the cash drawer stolen, together...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 January 1872

[Origin .J (U nev love-A Pictureo. TI ZA:DE1.:, Slhe sat ienaeatlf i drooping willow by a mau'taritg streiatm, AMeauad.'ring thriengh tia woodlatd like a ilveray gleam: VTe t ranclaos waving overhlead breathed nada-o woird nnd sweet 1% bile aises'taO it emierald moss screnvily I.issed her feet v' bp. ii;ts arotind her vylvan seat were Hi nal> ir nceladc', ir a.:.t hotne, failr loa'n'cs daugiters, Wi b thenr I.eanlis git'ed, Am bmitti of ,rillaint pittmage softly war . i forth at by) 11n11, 'rT1 I , lets ioight, ha1ve enivied w len le inie (lhe delphins switn. alo'heiae c n Ws nrotuit her neck in rip ping sthowers fell, hiR sunetax gaily kisted themn as they . danced about the dell ; lr bit w was like att atiagel's in if1ts epolless u. itly. fler eyes with fender lustro Otlown so b--ight atal lienvenly, Iti'veaaling in their Iblit' l dlopths a gentle, Vg'.e le',iss hear , Whe aleve i' prat:c with folded wingt lay e'picel with npitl's dart : Ier (Ircian nos it it roebud ionith eaa ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 January 1872

Ar" C)JT OTT# -1t1i *i~t 1s~ - ~~h~ wt tif Ji 9I1uie 'VuV A%, m q i, nr 40 I Misui' I Adustfy arid Loteratur. [Torrs---3-OO per xn VOL; .1 tl WINNSBOO, S C., W2 NE AY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1872. [NO 29 THE FAIRFIELD HERAdi i 15 FUI3IJSIID WRKK1.V1'1 DESPOITES & WImLmMMS, forms.-Tius IRnALD xa publinho4l Wee in the Town of Winnubop pt 8.00 it *ably in aduernce. MW All transient advertisements to b Id In advance. Obituary NotICes ftf1a9 utes $1.00 pe uare. - T t WA A fihe Ring. THE YU51y K41AT Ant ]PRoTacTa1 33 8O 4 MARTIAL LAW. Col.uav% 8. 0. Deocember 26. Fe' e old adage has proved Ut6 , the history of events ia the Legilature of this Statoitishl the past fortnight has dqa9'strate that it is not always try that who r ogues fall out hoqe* in got their dues." FN r the" togues who wore charged"with the administration of the Stitdg thernment have had a serious fallin out. While it is true, however, that the honest men of the State have not received their' dues, this row: among the me...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 January 1872

WINkNSBOROa Wednesday Morning, Jan. 10, 1872, General Tone of' the Northern Press. We regard it a hopeful and encour aging sign of the times that the pre. sent general tono of the Northern Pross is favorable to the great causc of Hof irm. We rejoice in this the more because public sentiment North has hither. to contributed more to sustain the "Carpet-bag" governments in the S>uth than any agency that has oper ated in their behalf, simply from the fact, we would add, that the condition of our portion of the Union has been grossly misrepresented, and not un. derstood in its true light. That such a change has taken place, and is every day going on, we gather from our Northern exchanges, and from numer out extracts in the papers of our own section of the country. The eyes of our Northern brethren are at last open to the fact that we of the South are greatly oppressed by, and completely .the victims of, the miserable carpet bag vultures, who have settled down amongst us to devour our ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 January 1872

ii#bilatt.1~sw 44 sotII~ Of. the ~at d & -}aw, owe f shall be please'd to* - eoeive tuie ne W ithporeased fa.ilI tie W l-to *eW s full. bare of0 ' blie patrounge In-our ptidlar line. 0 A lot of Lomo 'fo sWie. at Molutyre & 001., -at five cents a pieoo. 9)- We return thanks to Mt. 0. R. Thompaon for a b unoh of extra Ane cigar#. For the past week 100 bales ef Cotton ha'o been bold in this market at pr) Op 7eging froi I6 1t5 id 9 cents. Featli Brand. -Were indebted to Mr. R. J. Me Carley fora bottle of- veYry n;sha Brandy, which we take pleisure' In recommending to lovers of "sioli thiings." Private Bearding. So notioc of Dr. T. R. Center, ad. vqrtleing Private Boarding at very low rates. New Goods. Messrs. 0U R. Thompson and D. R. F1nniken vae received New Goode. eetheit iadvertisiiente.. Witnain ota Columbia & Au gasa Ilroad. ThiA gIgaotio'Raiteltd enterprise is at last Completed, and its company is prepared to offer special inducoments to shippers. Read its advertisemen...

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. — 10 January 1872

Shsvoiets at out breut Pii. -'ia55~' d 51Thf ihllday,. tb a lauttk b Ivinigi a til2en , h ~l . note Maitiul, h en our .lego eI'I'uIs 'Its yet 1livo, AId ironlft iso a oommilon air-while wo Na prsents hnd to give t hat th our si"Ite r ou to vgroan, 'otit smurlial lav ! yo a know, liko'tihe tnoble yankoo bsoart ' srike it priosivate foe. So V', if h 1iseioI of his flag, WV It b' bino 0ois well ba-giet, 'It Masaley se-IVs his pollels Out, .\lasd. up of nsi':dtril dir~t. Qnolh ie "&lie Carolisna man, ' 1ll I've ever ee,I imi tho uiennet, speolim'on .,u cowardly and tueit." V mi've had 1itstrlcliting from your clief, ,$ 111y your lertsotl, 'oily, )e'll uihngo thi porlatlyu of sinall, Prom msmialest iito-S . nlI6y. Con- e g1inni scribe, step rortl nnd leave Y y ay'nots ont oat of.sight, A I d vny ao onie CIO Irolina Ian, Ihe hiaandoa I hat yo write. ? 01wnlrds," Ito dlouti. ohli vallant lihenr, Yott onll u6 that and ruero.. 1 tlIIIitIif youl trod Southern soil, *'Aill after '64, . wag...

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. — 17 January 1872

esportes Williams, roprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science Art, Inquiry, n ant [Terms 300 per Annum, In Advano VOL*.f WINNSBORO*. S. C.6, WEDNSAMRIG FAIRFIELD -HERALD IS$ PUB1I1811ED *EKLY I1 DESP'ORT'IdS & WILLIAMS, Termt.-Tatx URALD 18 published Week ly lu the Town of Wiziisboro, at 83.00 in variably in adeance. i& All transient adverilsemetls to be paidin alvainco, Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 por squnare. Boncs. We have devoted much thought and investigation to this subject, and proved to our own satisfaction, at least, the correctness of our, conclu sions by practical tests up-n our own farm, and by the experience of others Who have used them and have report ed to us the results on their fields ; and we are thoroughly satisfied that by no more oconomical and offeotive means can the phosphate be rep'aced in the a it than by their use, . They decay slowly, and consequently if ap. plied whole to the soil the effect is at first not very apparent; but they sho...

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 January 1872

THE rAIRFIELD HEALRDI l'ulisbed Every Wednesday at WJ JNASB ORO, 2S. C., nY )EAPIORkTE & WILLIAMS. Tl MIS-AIN Al) ANCE. Ono Copy one year, - - $ 8 00 Fie -- 4 a 1250 ten 4 '4 - 26 00 ticige Bond usa Ku Klux. ;1 ptoouounoing upon lie so-called ik cI x 1,risonerh in Columbia, S. C., .1 ov Jeffreys--wo beg pardon, -.li )g- IBond-said many things whlch I v.. already been icoorded to his 'ig I di-grce, but, after all hisi ft .rts to justify his condut dur in.- the trial and thle conderlination oft the poor whit meu who had been -. gulity by hIs negro jurors, he i is I 1unwittinigly confesed judg lit, il the following declaration. Gro V'ng warm with anger, we may itim.gwl, as he proceded to deciribe 1ho unpar allel(d Offenoc8 wthioh his wit 1*r I. (n1 tle of themi for tle consid <ihtt'on it two itindred dollars) had prved the defendants to have been guilty of, the .Judgo said : "There oppears (o be io woundring olf Oi he I;irits ; nio such scise of injury to ytmr-elf aa manii as wo...

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 January 1872

0::Y Extra doi'os of the NE 8 can be obtained at this office on days of publication. Price '6nly five loonte a copy. Removal. Our Office is now loonted over the store of Messrs. Woodward & Law, where wo Aall be plesed to receive our friends. With increasod facili.. ties, we hope to receive a full s'rb of public patronage in our particulay line. New Advertlimeicnts. AMUl Stolen-TR. P. MAll'hlell. ShoriffSales --L. W. Duvull, Slier iff Fairfield Couunty. Sales-L. V. Duvall, Sheriff Fair field County. Masonio M:ctiug, Thursday, Janua. ry. 18b. Citation-W. M. Nelson. Mules. A lot of extra fine Kentucky Mulcs j ust received and for sale by A. F. Gooding. W ilnisboroCotton Market. For the past week 450 bales o! Cotton have beeu cold in this maiket. at prices ranging from 17 to 206 cents. Wilcox, libbS & Co. These gentlemen advertise to.day, Manipulated Guano, Guano, salt and Plaster Compound. The above are highly rccommended by plan'-;rs everywhere. ReAd their utice Carolinia Farm...

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 January 1872

11 Y MATT1I3 VYfR BRITS. Bascon Brown was a rospootable Old baohelor. Whether a bacheloi fra: h 'boe pF Pee9aity histQry say. -th-.60 0obut-it id al faot'that Jiasoom Brown ountinued from boyhood until lie was "fair, fat, and fifty," in a statE f bioglu blessedness, or wretchedness 16 Von choose. A i d be might have continued sc fit veltba4 nQt fate, i the shape 01 Siedinlflittl6 Widu*, ovirtiken him 'his little widow was Mr. Brown't luaiilady.,and her name was Mrs. BrV'gg'L. I do not Auppose Mr. Browt Lad ever road the famous bit of ad. 1i e givou to the rodoubted "Sajuivel, 6 of d6 viddets." lascom Brown had boarded with Mrs. Briggs for something like five 3emnreitind io all that time-nota word of whathad been sai, respecting the horrora of a boarding house would ap. i ly to the home-like establishment fids?*d ove. by bb'zy, comely Mrs, Argt oI10 b*e1hhold iappointments were ofthe neatest, her table the most abundant, and her boarders the innrit respectable people one could with t...

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 January 1872

I t ~0 ru D~pfe& wliains, ~P e~ru A aer-Deoe VOL. 11 't~ .. ~ '1A anI ae,'e oedt Science-' Art,Inquiry, Industry and Literature Trsm3O e nim nAin NNSORO0S Cog WEDNEA SDAY MORNING. AUR 4 82 N.3 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 PULILIInKD .-WP.MEKLY BY DESPORTIOS & WIX11*.IARIS, Tsrn.-un Hs~Aar is pub Ishtul Week ly 1si theiTo,'n of WliVhsboro ot 06k.00 (n. var -ably n advan . .~. ' DEI All translion 4dyvrtlegemenis to be .jprldit advaneo. . . . - Obituary Notices and Tr1butes $1.00 per square. - . TodIum filw s One by o4 the treinbli ' lytes. Tbut dai--ke thiiue 9, Put on their yollo* aVtnun huts A'0 softly fall awa. Qnebyohe th golden dreams. That cheered the youthful heart, Unfuld their soft and'silkei wings And silently depart. One by one the pearly da Sw.et oreatures of the ight, Go bat'rjing-to tie gblaeu- Wsi, And hide themselves in night. One by one the raen of mAin, Th' ignoble and brave-. The bogger angt he kinig alike-, Are gathered to the g-lve. 0 God I my heart -is sick Gr...

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. — 24 January 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HEALRD, Pishetib Every Wednesday at WINNSBORO, S. C., BT DESPORTES &.WLLIAMNS. One CoPy oe year, , - 400 Five "o . . " - - - 1250 Teau.,, W .." . - 2600 i1,jiliary Visitation. 4biong-looked for and oft threat. e( VaiYkees iade a sudden dash UI p n -.illage early on F riday morn. ii.g l t, oonsisting of Deputy U. S. N slall James Maloney, and seven 'or 0<ght.Uayailry soldiors. They rode (:tttrstly to the residence of Mrs. Su 101i. ( . lington,'iinmmedlately surround. qd th houie,.placing guards at the dIors of tho same, and called for "Dr. ililiogton," alluding, we presumo, toAr. S., ). Garlington, who lives %Ll his widowod mother. Mrs. G. :uswojred iq .person the call at the dir, atnd in reply to the inquiry, istnted that 31r. Garlington was not at, home, whereupon the officer in chargo, 0tko )eputy Marshall, intima ted.iis itenition to search the house. AMrs 0. told him hie could do so, but reqjueted him to wait at the door until she could inform Mr. G's wife (...

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. — 24 January 1872

'l.cea..a 3-texams. Winnsboro Cottloul a'kiet. For the past *eke 1o6 blet 4 Cotton hav boeto ptld io thfi thy t at prices ritaglng from 18i to 20 cents. Mt, ton School. This Shool re--opens on Monday (29th instant). Parents will furtheir the interests of their sons by entering them at the beginning of the Session, See advertisement elsewhere. New Advertisetnents. Potatoes and ilay-Ileaty & Bro. Leions-Metire & Co. Sheriff Sale- L. W. Duvall Sheriff of Fai. 1ieltd County. Dissolt ion-Ketehin & Robertson. Just Reccived-D. It. Floiiikeo. Southern CItAlMti to', For the mouth of Jmtuary, reached us this week, it is laden with guod things for the farmers. Publidbed at Atheus, Georg:%, by Wn. & \V. L. Joces, subzcription $2 00 a yeur. Jury Cominussioner. Dr. W. B. Peake has been appoint ed Jury Comumiisiuner for this Coun ty. Accoiding to the Constitution, we can't, see how Dr. Peake can hold two (Aices of profit and trust at the same time, We would'like to be en lightened ...

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. — 24 January 1872

A Ride for Liffe. A pa.4n;-qer train on tWe Oregot: and U-iI fI.rnia railroad was lately runnlin. at the 'height of its speed near S it !i, Oregon, in order to make iyl 1111.0, as it was a tow imites be hitad. The road at this point makes at o- ue, tilt that tho engineer oiamot e- eItjrely through it. So, as ho lsuoleredl along, he litto thought wha'. tirring times were uaon him. 110 hat'd hardly gotti a into 'the out whe-r'n ie 4aw a wonan I iding leisure J*s ime. miih it, and, with perloot non. bti. I. .e, using the eitor of the tr*;1. . She Was not more than half inIy ru.tgh the eut imad but a little %a ab . lil ad of hi i. lIe immediately ubi., le "do in brakes,' aid than i'-.it led the varning. 'I ho won an, hearing the peculir dI ; ti whhi-tl of, the locoiiotivo, look. v.1 over bitr shoulder and eaw the tra.in tushing at her. She did not l ihk inor fant. nor give up all hope, I tit like i trtie Webfoot her courage I S espial to the emergency, and u iheit., a miilIient's helist...

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