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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 4 December 1872

Now Advertisements . Attention those indebted-Charles Muller. Dentistry-Dr. Isaiah Simpsotn. Mr. F. Elder advertises to-day in threo columns. Read and seo for yjourselvcs what I, has to say, and re memuber to "hook for the engine when - ou hear the whist-le blow." 13. F. Davidson & Co. advertise a larg6 variety of new goods just open. ed and o'diaIlly invites thobo in need of clothing, dry goods, &o., to call and see them. Flint lill Chapter ieets next Monday. Arrived and ia Storo-U. G. Des portes & Co. Candy ! Candy !-U. G. Desportos & Apples, Qianges and Cocoauuts U. i . Desportes & 00.r Poultry-McIntyre & Co. r Town Ordinance -D. It. Flennikee, v Clerk. b ThaukSgiv nar L-it Thursday was very poorly ob., served hero. A Fatal Case of Epizooty. e Dave Gladnoy's Jfohnnic died yes- 6 terday from Epizooty. Hogs. a Thc first drove of hogs *arrivod here y crterday ; they are held at 7 cent s per lound. Lot. t Oie diy tiis week a white handle caso knife, the finder...

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. — 4 December 1872

The Fairfield Herald. )JW.JRRY WJ!ADXNES'D.AY. A rtificialnids The mauutaefuro of artificial clouds 'is reported to have been resorted to in the French wine-growing distriets, to protect the crops from frost. Tin receivers, filled with a peculiarly pre. p-red tar, weke diiposed over an area of many noc es, and when the tar was ignited thick nbito clo~xds rose into the atmosphere, and, spreading out evenly over a I irge region, reminiued suspended several yards above the soil. In seasois when frost is feared, the tar clonds would interpose be tween the crops and the sky, thus checking the night radiatioi which -often causes such ravages inl vineyards and gardens, both in spring and har vest time. Swift Veiirtec ill the laW liw Georgia. 11eury Johson, a notorious colore.1 criminal, was executed at Augusta, Ua., yesterday, for the murder of Jain aged and enfeebled farmer near that city, on tle 29th of October last. ThPlius, with in the space of a monti, tle man was arrested, tried, sen...

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. — 11 December 1872

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$3 00 uer Annum, In Advano VOL. VIII.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11,1872. [NO.26 Tpli FAIRFIELD HERALD is l'UnLISUE-D wiMMnY nY DESPORiTES & WILLIAMS, Tennt.-Tii i I fluAL 11 publish ed Week ly in the Town ot' Winusboro, at 93.00 in variably in advance. t.iky- All transicnt advertisements to be paid il atvance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 per square. Cov. Moses' lInaugural Address. 1Fu.t.ow- CrrzlENs oF 'I'- Sr.NAT1E AND HOUSI or' RiiIn .s-:INTTIV.J : You have entered upon the sixth session of the General Assembly, since the es tablibment of free government in the State of South Carolina. It thould lie with us a source of profound gratitude to Divino Providence that you meet under auspice that beteken brighter and better days for the whole people of the State, whose swor nrepresenta. tives you are. The earth has re warded the lab...

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 December 1872

Mt. l -AIHELU HINALD Published Every Wednesdaj at c WVINTASVPOjO, S. ., By DgISPORTES & WILLIAMS. o0 TERMS-IN AD 1'ANCR. One Copy on1e year, - - S 3 00 Five " . " . 1200 Ten " " " - 25 0 i Lodge of Sorrow. Among the interesting features of the Masotio festival in Charleston, osi Friday evening next, the 1:3,h instant, the solemn ceremonies connected with this Masonic service will be held, under the direction of Union Kilwin. ning Lodge, No. 4, A. F". M., at the tow Masonic temple. T'his venera ble Lodge, one of the oldest Masonic bodies in the State, has been sorely afflioted recently, by the deaths of the following brethren, whose names will be familiar to most of our readers : Charles M. Furman, Richard Yeadon, John Schniorle, James Rose, James Moultrie, A. W. Leland, 1). D., W. C. Hiorlieek, Adam H. Gibson, F. J. Porcher, Jas. R. Pringle. Jr., and Hugh E03. Vincent. In paying the lat Masonie honors to the memory of these bretb -n, it was considerod appropriate by the lodge to...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 11 December 1872

Now Advertisements. Citation-W. M. Nelson Judqe of Probate. Sheriff Sales-L. W. Duvall. Executor's Notice - Thomas 0 Douglass. Un-looked-for Compliment. H-. A. Meetze, Esq., Demoorati inembor of the Legislature from Lox ington, has been appointed Chairmal of the House Committee on the Ju dioiary. Left Out. It will be seen by this morning' issue that ex-Oov. Vance has booi beaten for United States Sonator il the North Carolina Legislature b; Judge Merrimon. The Malady. The epizooty has so far abated her( that a great mnany o( the animals tha were sick have returned to work. One Faro. Masons wishing to attend the dedi cation of the AMasouic Temple nex Tuesday, in Charleston, will be pass edover the Charlotte, Columbia & Au gusta and South Carolina Roads fo one fare. Resigned. Judge Samuel W. Melton of th Fifth Judicial Circuit, has resigne, his office as Judge for the purpose o taking possession of the office of At. torney Goueral, to which he was re cently elected. More Hogs. Mr....

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 11 December 1872

The Fairfield Herakif. U ui n ridli " !ile. The ' 0Artivc' 1 -) ti 1hin tir-g G t.' :e, w an t ii ii ii "vriug ut a"Ut ""ihti *uii. 4to :''44 I" fact anld pm".d C011-1 e! 1 : Uine that11 u M einylY i 11(a l !,it 11ti tl ! (,b.1 reader whi umV yhbe I i-.p. iiaod thef~r auh~ tionh' :; ne Us Ia Il1tter i1f, II 4I t1411t.t : FOw people : 'r awa.r e f 1t. inl workingof a inting ., (if 14.1 ,1h tunnoyanICeA lUendahtnt, upon tMe publi catiou of aI nemkpap.,-r. It i, s, sible to fo-rm ani thingq i4-v Ior idea of the tAn br Lf ull there ar, in every coummuuilty who imuke itI point alout every Whtr tio, A. Iteet yonl, t - tell )-,)u of zi uoII i-opor itm ref--n d It, is 0n1 lK ubi,: :L iformant has nouaxe to grind, :. the njewspaner iL to I V the ho. b.>r en w ich h4 e 0 1 iov that anY y(we mru-w w ro vir kno : y. er th e writer, ;L i 11 r two othier p: h l r i i - r for whoro ne chiive Io 1 Ii- w wr ite , it n11 t f.r a hlo l ..L ca i1 tpIo t h -.: witor t a I . u n - Iin n. i Iv tiogs fo...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 18 December 1872

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$3 00 or Annum, In Advanor vo VIII.] wiN'Bi6 So WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 17, 172 [NO.2 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD TS PUn.81[ICD WEEKLY BY DESPORTES & WILIA AMS, Terms.-Tus 1ar,n IS pubi01lhed Weel ly in the Town of Whinshoro, at t3.00 i variably in advance. i.'-lY All transient advertisements to bi Paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes Sf 00 poi equare. Remarks on the of Death florace Gree ley in the Circuit Court at Wli.boro, by his lhonor T. J. Mackey Jutlge, Gth, CIr euit of South Carolina. 'fhe motion made by the learned Counsellor (Col. J. H. Rion) on be half of the Bar of the sixth Circuit andithe terms in which that motion was so eloquently prefaced meet with hearty responso in the breast of the presiding Judge. 'The achievemont of men who have by their well predicted efforts, exten ded the area of human knowledge, or diminishod the sum of huma...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 18 December 1872

TUiE IAhFED l RALD Publ-'i h.-d Every Wedneedn- at. WL.7A'>VNB3ORO, 8. C, hav nY of 0 D) P0 RTEM & WILLmj. U .--.--0-- Mali '||.us-- I 1) nl>'vxcp . A one Copy'one yen, - - % 8 00 J F1-C " ".- - - 12110 -bac1 fW ' " 28 51 tonm A lx traordhia ri Phenomncionl, gt We puhli.h the 'following singulsr .Ai Jette)r, written to the. editor of the fot .ub.i Sie ird, i ithout comment rfr a t o I bri ex planation of the pgenome- refe jon wit nessed nor do we vouch for be thie citey of his o'bscrvation.1. We J favl e.>mmnid it to the perusal of those fav wi.<e inl the mysteries of physical II in.ev ir.., MA DISON Co., 1{ Y. t November 23, 1872. iEdflor oIf'th Leban->n Standard. - T'!is morning, whilo riding up Sil.it br ver er.,ek, about hinlf a mile below bo th- dopot., I witnessed a very singu. ,. r mote< rological phbnomenon. The 'ah 1y abo've me was olondloss and the da kait, about half i an hour hily, abonle w .th ord'inary biillianey. I had no. tieed for half a milo b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 18 December 1872

Extrk o les'of the NzwV oin be obtained at this ofiloe) on applioa tion. Price fiveoents pr lbpy. New Advertisements. Notice to Trespasserb",W. b. Ford. SherifPs Sale-L. W. buvill. Warning-Mointyre & Cog We direct special attentiqu to the advertisement of Dr. Lauderdale headed "New Goods." The horse disease is abating. agj7 Fresh fish and oystdrs are plentiful. 0 The subsoription of a good many of onir readers expires oh the let of January. We hdpe tidy will renew promptly. 0J- Call on Bacot & Co., and ex. amine the "Gardiner Fire Extinguish. or," now on exhibition at their store. Every property holder should have one. gy7 Our friend J. II. Smith, late of the Charlotte (N. C.) Observer) is in town, he has been on the sick list for the past four months; we aro pleased to state that be.is improving. 0 Robbet ies are comrmitted ocoa sionally in our quiet little town ; Messrs. McIntyre & Co.'s store was entei-ed Thursday night afid between $900 and $1,000 worth of goods, &am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 18 December 1872

The Fairfield Herald. .An lilleresIllg Dheisiolt. A 1;,.%v e :t: i:;ing from tL burn. ' r . T'.i e i : h, k thi : T1 he 1b'. 1. i.g of a1 compn was I (S on fire, and4 the .e wer) e pyi ng 4u1-in it, h1avin tdir bowu .m oAied aur4ii a r:% Ia tr i., i a e iin, t !ra i iii i r..o e - i a -l e1 wit in p:11, 1 l (1 th road c h inIa, It r. ek, v'r. 6r I i Th Iq - i t r voed i h 4 Iso were. % bethr tI hi o w4 :ig:- tf:ill ! }.11 1, r: Xh . I, :;n i vh- h i1 44 hv byI !i4.-( v.li; w .von ("b.inn Is to precal e r.ur v ry. 6 l 11 t a I4:. a ,o-e I i" to1:13, 1 vi c1Iul44. ' The' .ipe Gn 1.414 t dec~" ided141 'th it e Urinu 1o a 1l44;.' to hey teir hos411 y ::.r4 ., 01 . ,t ien: -b4 t of th . railr oliomr y was f d inLUt41'144 land ' 4li 4i t1 4 L u .a I .u i o I t e i i M leihiyhata d el Nv.4 foughIt t. md Bar Ferryuby Mr. Ja': . T. I, lI wvd, Xf (t)Oagor insb (Dideoratlk, 0nd Vl. M\4aleOM A. I" 4 ow1ing. of th.e OrVabu.'r14.1g New!Z (thbe) Couao--new.,Ipa~per- euir juilr ~ ~ ~ tlt 1f .1ut1lt...

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 December 1872

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, _Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. [ Der Annum In Advano VOL. VIII. _ WINNSBORO, S. WEDNSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 25, 1872 FAIRFIELD HERALD is PUniSIMID WEEKlY BY DESPORTES & WILLIAMS, Terms. -Tui IInLALp is pulb)slhed We ly in Iha Town of Winnsboro, at 63.00 variably in advance. Olli All transient advertisemealS to paid in advance. Obiluary Notices anti Tributes $1 00 p square. Legidative Ptotecdils. SENATP. The Senate met at 12 M. Vi'esi dent (Weaves 9n the Chair. A couimunioation was receive from the Comptroller General, rel tive to a resolution of the Senat( requesting to be informed by whos aumority the "offioial" advertist ment of an Act to regulate the ager cies of insurance compar les hot inoor porated in this State ; also, an Ac to better protect the policy-holder of insuraieo poliesem in this State, i published ia several. papers in thi State, He states that no aconunt ha been paid since Febr...

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 December 1872

ITHE FAIRFIELD HEIRALD P'tblihebd Evory Wednesday at -WINATSW3RO, S. ., DY 'DESPORTES & WILLIAMS. .. f' 1BRM8-IN ADYANW. One Copy one.yeat, -- 8 0( Five "04 - ' 1296( f 6 6 k - 26 6C reedings: of the Legislature. The Senato asemblgd .at 12 M., and was. caUe' to'ordr by Presiden hi lfoise ett*ned with 'conenr on'oo Senate concurrent resolutien in itrct - the Clerks of the twc 1JOUbGs to draw pay certificatee. Jervey presented petition of Bourd bf U06 oewfiters, of Charleston, pray Ing that bill to nTbud'insurance law to -'not passet ; referred to 'Com luittoo on Jrudiciary. Committee -on -the -.Judiciary, 'tc \vhom wai referred a-btil to repeal Soetion 12, of Chapter WTI, of th< general statutes, roported a substituti --bill to amend Seotion 1 2, Obsptei ,011I, of-the-gdneral statutes. 'Cothtlittee on the Jadioiary, t< whom -was 'referred a bill to amend an Act entitled "An Act to bette1 protect holders of insuranco poliole in this State, and Sections 98, of Chap ter, XV I,...

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 December 1872

0:" A nice lot of fresh count Butter for sale at McIntyre & Co's. Currents, Raisins, Orangoe, Q.d sale at McIntyre & Co's. Ito Herald Next Week. On account of the holidays, a our purpose to move the last of tl week,no Herald will be issued no week. New Advertisem -at$. Possitive Notice-P. NI. St Executors Notice-Jauw: - Executor. Chickens-T. J. H.. Mu' i Butter-Mc Intyre Co. King's Mouintain Military 8'n Col. A. Coward. Notice-Mcintyre & Co. Fresh Fish-J. J, Cald well. Outting Affray. A difilculty occurred Tuesday nig on the outskirts of the town betwe John Boyd and J. T. Garrick, which the latter was severely out the hea4 by the former. Thanks. Mr. D. R. Flenniken will reei our thanks for a lot of sweet cake a large quantity of which he has c hand for the holidays. Ootton Market. For the past week 571 bales Cotton have beon sold in ti market at prices ranging fro 17j to 18 cents. Aoknowledgmeonts. The ladies tih charge of the table f the Orphan Home requests us to a kno...

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 December 1872

The irfleld Herald. EVE A. tegisalivo Control of gap ie. Wep to' gin the do. vision of Uir WCo of No. 'LeanCo h 0 o3 hT great I$ C. emit ki e the Pebq- i to publ if e ill pte8 4 valuable adjunot et ado atanding of the osse. te questions it'ied, vis. i, The power of,& State Legislature to grant irrevooable fran. chiUes of regulating tolls at4d oharges for the triavprtation" of goods and passengers upon railroads, we consid. or tu. bque of the most Itbportant tfit has evet- engaged the attiotidu -ofaOOnd of justio 1 this country. The tmwMeuge poieris uo w exerolesd hy'rkilloa'a and qther comrpauies,.un. der a6te'of incorporation, obtained in man kotances surr tiiously and by mi.&of qofropt u,ebase 'of State Legislatures, are enungh to alarn every seriously iodo4tcitizet. ..The creation of ana NO y'innp4 inpi a power which, i not yet grater than the State itself, is fast becjin iug so, is an evil, the maguit ade of which can only bo fully realizod when the doetinies of the Repu...

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 January 1873

Noore Wi1aM-*- Praxrtetb - rcdb Desportes & WilliamF, Propriet'r.] A Family Paper, Devoted t6 Science, Art, inquirv, Industry And Literaturi. [Terms---$3.00 vor Annum n vanc V~ta. VIII.)- WINNTSBdOO S. 0., WEDNESDAY 1MONIG AN*f 8I7 -:-- [NO.( FAIRFIELD HERALD is PUnLIsIIKI) WFKLY nY DESIPOR'IES & WIIN.IS* , ndrms.-Tuin a 11iAD. iS published W y in the Towvn of Winnsboro, at 83.00 in variabty in advance. Atl transient, advertisenebts to be S t a..... p1-bituary Notices anic Tributes $1 00 per square. A Short Sermon for the Times. .ws an itingeredt and ve gave me no meat; nakel ind ye clothed me not," Mlat(. xiv 42, A . 0 ! yo cliris'ian's Wh6 hocv m6ney in your purses, coal in your cellars, wood in your yards, corn p gour . cribs, wheat in your garners, ,aeon in your smoke houses, and blani&'t'ts on - ,your beds, think, 0 think of the poor ! Look from the window of oyour well appointed home, and on the brow of the nearest hill top you will 'ie the shadow of the monster wh...

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 January 1873

111E FAIRFIELD HERALD 'ublishei Every Wednesday at WINNS ORO, e0 C., ny t DESPORTE8S WILLgRgg; A TERMS-IN AD VANCB. C Ow, Copy one year, - 1 $ 3 00 1.7o 1 " '' . . . 1200 Ton " " - - 26 60 C lIerrIer's Negro Trnp 'ilated With a WI Ite W o111111. A newspapor, of the straightest Hr gro peh.Itics, denies that Beaoher t ii vised the "baiting of a trap with a white WOomTn," to cutch negro suf. fruge. But if reference be made to 1 g fifiy of the Oflicial Repoort of the Equal Rights Association for 1867, it will be found that he did so dviso. The speech in which it o Vtis wlas nadeo in the Church of the .iritins, May 10th, 1867, and the >',Io paragraph is as follows: "The **y to get a man a position iR to take - 11., in advar;ce of it, and then he il. drop into the one you want hin take. So that if, bo:ng crafty, I - sire to catch mien with guilo, and . a-ire to adopt suffrego for colored en, as good a trap as I know of is claimi it for women also. Dait ur tra) wtvih a while ivmnwin, an...

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 January 1873

'/il' Curactors will uot1euowd unuer their cmntracts, to ad vertise any o her than their legitimtoo businems, uile-s pay.1eg specially for such ad. vertisouetits. Job Prinitini. .ilaving Udded to our er~toblishment a new job prtes, laust r atent, und all linds of car-ls, paper, t-g.,cnvelopres, &e., we are no.v preparid to turn out fir. elm-s work at piinei that will com0pare favoralla with Northern w ork. Give u., a call. Removal. Our office is now located in Tidd's buildiog, Uon tile .ecot lor, nrth east corner. We will bo gldad at all tinIics to weleonli our p itsolis ill our new home, partiottlarly those who owe us l or sublwcri tion an d adve'rti ing. Tfaxes. The books of ithe County Treasur er are now open to receive the pay ment of taxes. The assessment is 12 mills for State purp3ses, and 1.1 for County purposes. New Advertisem its. Information W anted-M. Blake. Nutice-T. J. U.. Murphy. Read notice of School Commission er Crawford. Read notice of Masonic meeting .ext 'hur...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 January 1873

The Fairfield Herald. I P'tBL18ttMD E [ 'ERY WEDNESJ)I1 . M'3 > 3t- - . o~rce rleia~ ltin] t e over herras te brightest stA t guides the lonel heart, 'Ihe only ight'I hat Shinfes Aftr, To make rLe care depart. -The riclest gem by nature givoh To remove all doubt and fear, The fairest Angel sent from imaten 'Qainst that dewon tlark-despair. Oh what deep, what bitter sorrow, Oft tlhe spirit would onshroud, if not o'6r the coning ruorrow, Vihune bright hope witotit a clomi. Love wiould lose its tfecteRt power, Thro' the hle.rt 'I wdhild 'cease to'thrill, If not in the. <larkest io..r, Iope aruso lin tecy ir ., LVES ON THE DEATH OF ZQLiICOFFER. Tirot in the fight an11,1d fir't in ile arins f lie whi'e-winlged angels ;I gIlry , Avith h e hert of tie oth al'the eeet of his God, And his wounds to tell the stoRy. And the blood that flowed froin his hero Oni thel rtot where he nobly perishedi, Vas druktil by tie earth am it sacraineit, it (lie iotly cause ie cherishced. I# leaveu it ho...

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. — 15 January 1873

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A'Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$300oor Annum, In Advanc O] WINNSBORO, S.C..Y WEDNESDAY MORNING 15,87 [NO.30 THlE FAIRFIELD HERALD IA*' ?'V111,S.410:0 WV.F.KI.V lBY )ESPOt11EVS & v 1LifA N 3S, 7'-ellse. --i 'I t~ AI pulbliShe.) We.ek ly i'i Illh , Town or Wiinsbor-a , at 63.00 in Variablv il u'ls'invice. VQY- AI t ran.tiei ad emyentrls to be p iit in alvance. 0(fit uairy Not tees and Tributes $1 00 per iqu-a-c. A Hllmn ti P'licoiiie'in. A 1IAN VITi A PURTAII.i liiA.tT, IE VOL.VINO n1oW.4, AND TWO STAS Op The ist rema hablo tpeiii:en of pltse.1 trganiz ion we i ave ev''r seen is. Mr. Ie go Thimas, a Ir. Z ill m I h hats7 N it i - in :''1 l 'Mi . J vr %i sinuee Thnr ay I tt %%(wk. ll.- ha been e.n*.i)it hi o-elf in variowu platce, in the ilbige, anld ham puzzie-i n0t onl ly the pooplfe but the pl y iciani und surgeons-they are unable t. understauid his anatomy. lie e.. MO70 his heart to any...

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 January 1873

THE rAIRFIELD HERALD Published Every Wednesday at WINNSB01?O, S. C, DY lESPOIKTE4 .A WILLIAMIS. TE e MS-IN Al) VANC. 01w ropy ofio year, - o $ 00 ..-o is . . - 1200 Ten " " " 2660 legislative Prdftcedlnigs. 5E N ATE. The Senate assembled 12 M., Pe' dent OlenvAs in the Chair JLI.9on presented petition of lenA ry Johnson, prayinig a l'e-reference of bi a protest and petition to Committee 00 Pri vileges and Elections ; received us information. -Jervey presented petition of thn Chamber of Cominerou, of Char l.ston, praying that the bill to amend the insurance Ihw of this State be re jected ; referred to Caommittee on Conmnerce and Manufactures. Cardozo, from Committee on -En grossed bills reported as correctly on girossed and ready for a third reading, bill to make North and S u hI Wim bee Creeks, in Bcaufort County, navi gable streams. Whittemore introduced a resolu tionl, that the State Treasurer be re. quested to inform the Senate if, within his knowledge, any lands or property belon...

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