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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 January 1873

. Ext'a oies f the Nrws car be obtained at thib ofilde;on applica tion. Price five cents per copy. To the Publho. The undersigne-1 bog l -v to to. turn thbir heartfelt thanks to th< Winnsbuo Hook & Ladder Company and citizens, white and black, for their berviocs *at the fire Sunday of teruon, which endangered their office and appurtenances. DESPORTES & WILLIAMS. New Advertisem lta, Mule Strayed-Rasom Strother. Sheriff's Stie-R. Mackbet h. At Cost-Woodward & Law. Notice-D. It. Flenniken, Clerk. A Card-Jno. J. Nci, Sheriff Salos- L. W. Duvall. London Liverpool and Globe tI suraneo Company--James W. La, Agent. U. 0. Desportes & Co., have just received a lot.of Confectionaries, Jatsa &c., Read the advertisement of Mr. W. W. Pegrai in another column. Appointmuent. (ot. Moses has appointed Mr. Joel COupes Auditor of this (Otunty, vice Mr. J. S. Stewait removed. Ston) Phosphate. Mes rs. Dacot & Co., are now pro pa-ed to furnish this valuablo manure to Planters in...

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 January 1873

The Fairfield Herald. PUBLISHED~ Wh ite l'tritilfll oil0I 1 MMI) 8 . "The ph'guo of our housekeepers," siaid lir. S'pooner, as lie ,at with M rs. Patigon in her fr'oit, parlor, '"is do(tii. i-s. They don't weork well; they ie ailways troubleone, and they im e s.ith a t'..cket there's no livinoe in~ p'ae with thecm.' -il'Ioir I am stirprised to hear N ol ,ay ; ," replied ,he ; "for mine i, 1 11 .:ra.t. 1, i.ta r gets de Con .el , aini a little ile in t.h uml1 tti;I.cs all go ab smuoothe as can "(. in tile j'ein!s tnadam I" the )ctotur alt-to, seicaimed I"t that is i < I 1 h-; ildes, it would be l" y i~prinr. No domestic will imi'. oal nil, to bo oiled inl the j 'mit- !" i m ossihble l' 'I !*my idear, Doctor,' said MS. P., :.1 ing her flogi tn his colt-sleeve "I (:li a u-tre 3)1u that it is not 'i. ':smble ; Itd if You will step into ti txt roomit, I will show you how itenb rat tny Doicstie, in every il, anid nothIig iniptoper ia it at, tll. ' The doctor looked at her, half Iibast ...

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 January 1873

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. lTerms---$300 uer Anunu, In Advano VOL. VIII. WINNSBORO SNING JANUARY 22, 1872. [NO.3R FAIRFIELD HERALD DESPOR111TEM & W LLIA MY Term#.--T1lE ItIKAL is pubiihel week 1v in ih-e teon or Winnsboro,'at 88.00 in. cari.hly in abhpaner. Pvift All tranisinit advertisernenls to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 per unotmlre. A Sthool l1Oi1e linuned by a iIi TOw liledeld IGhost, w ith the Prettiest of Faces and the Sweetest of Bliue Eyes. In Newburyport we laive a school houte that a elool committee have been forced to advertie as el'..ed to visitors, lieenuse curious crowds waited withiin and without to see tihe mysterious form of a ghost boy who has been trotting around there for more than a year, seen frequently by the teacher-who is not a Spiritual ist-and by most of the whole fifty pupils, who are too young (pritnary scholars) to mystify and ducuiv...

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 January 1873

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Publisheed Every Wednesday at IVLVNSBORO, S. C, DY DESPORTES .4 WILLIAMS. Oa TERMS-IN Al) VANC11. One Copy one year, - * $ 3 00 Five ' ' ' - - 1200 Ten s " " - - 26 5) Economy lii irc Wood. The rapid disappearance of our forests has not only given rise to the question "flow are we to provide ourselves with fencing material ?" but to an interrogation of equal im. portance, "Hlow shall we provide ourselves with fire wood in the not distant future ?" That farmers have been lavish in the past, in the use of timber, is fully known ; and the only altornative now is, by econoiny, to save what remains; and how to do this, is the subject we propose to talk about. A good husbandman will provide a liberal quantity of fuel, and that which is good ; but at the same time ihe may, by care, do this without depreciating the vatio of his forest, even if ho has but, few acres of wood land. There ore more o. less trees djing yeai ly ; but if the young growth is left undisturbed, th...

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. — 22 January 1873

x&tr eoples f the Niws can bo obtWlood 4t this ,ffio, dV agplie ti ."Priao-Jiv; cibit pe-r copyg. O 4 Contractors will not be allowed, under their coitracts, to advertise any other than their ligiti mate busieuos, 1nlessi5 paying seiciially for suuh ad. vertisiet tllts. Empty ,al. There is not a prisoner in the jail of this County, ad we hope it will be a lorg time before there is one put 1n. Now Advortisem net. M r.-. M..ry MleKiney ofT.r her re sidesceo for ta. . . Road Sheriff Sale in this tuiorningl 385110. J ist It -ceived-T 11. Robcrt.,on. Ad iiiiiitrator'. Notice-Johu -W. Evnuts, Ad m'r. Di~jssolui.ion - L id d lhirs., & Co Sullig oit .it Cost-U. G Drepor tes & C o. (3orn, -Flur, S4lt, &c.-Reaty & Bro. To ti Publio-Ladd 13.os. Adiniii-traor's Sale-John W. Evans,*A'dmti'r. Jue Oooko. Mr. Tlhodinlson ii. Cookc, rseen:ly ele-c!e.d b'y the Legislature Judge ot liii h Circuit, is it nitura of thi Couility, his ftt her licing Rev. Jolin '. Cwheo New Hotel in Col...

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. — 22 January 1873

'Ii. F;Ifield He! aid. The ALv ii of th ma er G I o1.1 1 it ai 1 r e!C ".t fulIy e i he 303l ro i..r (''3 1. l * 1 '' 3- 333 e33 tI' [. ]'' i j) ,:1 Uit XL0 %%it.11 - . t.ionl an I I e - n HIu oday cook Alp the (prestionl 3'': I.. 1 o3 , I l dec!l1id 1n1 -Ili - o ne -,ot , IIi t. .\ r1. 3 t . -: i I Iv? h fi - re . I I I j 3 ). ' l ! ite :, .; v.. i. l, A .0 '' ~ 1 )1 3113i(3c to ed, T hat till- '; 1 ' i (-. ? . I 13 3. of331,' M i .,n-,~' i5 3333.0 :M 3 .3 1 3 ! n 33~h itl revi..e . j 1.. ' a C. ' to' t cd dg I-u(- A , re -I 3 5, ' i III i I1 u3 I' At e I. v : .nn'".'.'.o '3 ful r!:' . ' po t. 3 - .1 -! p r li 3., '-- '' b I ; w1 It 1e , r te :,!II ynte w~t ! I I ' ' : . I , I . ; I, A I I 3,'' of ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o loty-: ~ ;h ollt: w'l i. - h : 1 pl. 3 t ht, l T ' - i 'I w : ,r .33'. ' N'. i o)J - w " 1tn : t e n a ,i;to a e S n I pr bd :3 wi r e - b . - - I * 1 '3', 3: '':31 3' 3,'1 o b I A '.1 i 1 I t t o I3 ' 1 33 ' '31 3' ''.' 1 33'a'~i 33 ''3 ' '13. ~ , 3 l ' .. 1 33 3 '33 .. - 1 i...

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. — 29 January 1873

Desportes_& Williams, P------- -- - A Ru(Tiy Paper, Devoted to Sciencei Art? Inquiry, Industry and Literatur [Terms-$3.00 uor AnnumIn Adva _ n Vw-I' WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 18T3. [N). TiIi E FAIRFIELD HERALD I.-; '4'-ni1.1KI) wE1.I.Y BtY e S. t II it --o i -;liltWsl pu I cI Wooek ly in) the-- ''olnii fif Wilnishoro,'t !3.00 it varibly in udvanmp. -ary All tranqient. advertisemcits to be paiii i ailvanre. bilitary Notices ind Tril11cs $1 00 per equnre. HOW StnllclWll .Icksmll I| 11 l4eu! i h - Ali lliterPistig 11111 A tllitflhi? Slaiite Ilet from Gnct'iu rull hllinits 11. lAlhin'. 1icmo N ), Y.%., Jal. I, 187 3. Mcssrs. /'litors : I Lope 3 01 will allow 1me through hle Cunsi,1118 of' your popular paper to give to the public some of te circumstiiie)Os 011 neeted with the death-wound (if (Gen. Jackson, particularly as a retif pub. lication lns declared that a nighl at tack was not contemplated it that tile. When General Jackson moved so unexpectedly and so ...

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 January 1873

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Published Every Wednesday at WVINNSBOR, . C, 11? 0ESPOflTES *4a WILEKA~Z, 0 - 1'ERMS-1N AD VAN CiF. Owe Copy one year, - $ 8 0( Fito "6, " . . 1201 Ten " " " 4256 Scvcrc Prually for countericiting. Runsia is a large country, and con duets the execution of her laws oni mnngnificent Trinciple. A mong t l many obstacles which the fiscal oli ters of that country have to meet nni overcome, if they canl, ib the rrnmark able prevaience of counterfeit enr roi.1ey. The c"do says that "0h per Stol that :unterfeits th coinl or car tency of the Imperial Giivernmen Sihall suffer death," but, not withstan 1 ing the at verity of the penalty provi ded by the statute, and the few do tia hod instances of persons upot whiim it had been visited, so commoi and yet so well conmaled was thi crino that the litii tor of Finmic, was in dcspair. Inst July, by a c. r tain incident, a C1uo was gaine whiclil"d to the arrest of about 3,00t persous of all kinds, from old gray haired men to yol...

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 January 1873

0 n Cotractors will hot beullowed under their contracts, to advo't.o anly other than their, legitimat, buinessi, unle paying speciall, for such ad Now Advertis'"ts' Card-- W. Chalk, Charlotte. mogeII.A. S3mith,) Treasurer r:i.flClj County. Notice-Molityre & Co. Meeting of Mt. Zion Society. Notice-O. i. Thompon. Sheriff Sales-,. W. Duvall, Sher if f'a Citi ounty. Fial Notice-Jas. M. Daly. I rovisios-RJ. eCarlev. Pay Up-A. P. Mili r. Fopoed. 'I'Nr :- ti Of th tc h b -. v the proposC Winot1.':o N lunk, has been postpoad u ..: Friday, the 31.t. Dead. Dr. h. II. Jorda, a iiighly respect ed eitnen of Chester, C. 1., anid t prominent inison, died a few days since. Dr. Jordan was surgeoni of the 6th S. C. iufantry diring tlm war. On a Spre. It' the clork of the weatle1 lis any friends in,this community we would Le glad if they wotild take him inl charge, for lie is evideirtly on a spree, judgirg from the condition of the elettects. Due West Female Uollege. We call special attention to 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 January 1873

The Fairfield Herald. r'unulsula Dlodes of Adivertising, A growing spi.it of wisdom amor tlicatrioal inaitigersof Now York b led them to unito in a molemel againbt advertiving by moans placards and handbills, and hereaft they will confine thomselves to rel anco upon the newspapers and thc own programmes for attracting pul lie attention. This is tle most set rible refotm we have recently hen of, and it has been brought about b, n feeling that the scattering of bil and cards about a eity, and the pil toring of walls and signboards wi posters, are modes of advertising th do not, pay for the amount of mon they cost. Merchants and dealers all kinds have lately been conside ing this subject and comparing ti relative valno of two modes, and v think that the conclusions of the I shrewder of thom are that ten dolin spent in newspaper advertising w bring more return than ten times much paid out in any other way. the pust few years, specullators on V enterprise of storekeepers and och ianufact...

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. — 5 February 1873

A;- Ct- A Desportes & Williams Proprietors.] A raiiy Paper, Dovotod to 86iOace, Art, Inquiv, Industry and Literature [Terms---$300 ner Annum J M a1 o VOL. V IIl.] WINNSBORO. S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5 1873. I N(x FAIRFIELD HERAti )ESPOWLhSI & WEILLI AI Termre. --Tit If:-it .n is pnbllished Week v inl tie T.wn or Winnsburo,'at $3.00 ins variably inl diiance. %I' f1I transient. advertisements to be p-tiel inl adivance. 01bitLuary N300us And Tribl~utes S;'I 00'per [originial.]j il URIi D. In Ihe lonily graveyard sleeping, Midtiglit itars their vigils keeping, O'lr his grave a monrier weeping, Wildly praying-vainly Rtaying Nl0ce, too -;till. Solemn windi above him sighing, Ait umin leaves around him d iig, W'ith hin cherisheil hopes aro lying, Lowrly cecattere.1-rodtly sthattered Ill thle dlust. n tn I'll I'l voi es thele i.-e Vianting, - ever h:nintoing, iii 'ilie sa- Ieart's patAting, Wi up .ea v ing -liit tor grieving U'er the past. Speeiral shnolows 'rotnd her glid...

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. — 5 February 1873

W'u..Ic dymomning, raii.:6.1873. '1. RO)SS R011J.U'I'SON, Editor. b A io 4 or pti il w ( i1~i til it I21 e r o. 1t' itro un' %e it,~ n l for n l ai 1 ity jvhpi~oi2t.. theor2IIy cr Lira,. Llunoi tblo Moition, 01 'tel 'l- Ling 222.v01'l lday AU14100 It, tlie %(;ti2)Il (if tile 1-'rer. Au:'eliiliy in71sn [n iUiIX i hll nppI a : o I iug $3-25,'000 fur tll! l111llic Iriill t! g %%e' - 1 ,o kl ' r ' e, t tIv e~v fh r m t n ai t th I21 1 I ' V(ttel a'g;iwt its tido'tiion. Ot r r po i-is i i 17:32 wjendit 12 n1t e' vII' (I gi!is doin' I)',;t~is who2' cl~tiiii to revp. ro'e12t it!' a till I1 I . O .In sa e t itile de r-ui22.C 1111atev."i ii 1711 I2'itlait'll they Itre i u piat L ru, ptai. iblii'11r. IN be.lieve tt i to be. An 1.211202 ewl,i2' am2 well1 i2!Pl 5 22tvrdny,~' nni I pnr teI:1212 to~. ur VC I'. !. . ,: -! (729 1 - f\ t (l I H ieI I i r ( v , ( l 0 w ti.'io li t~ WA,12 nc .,!IS d 7 j~ pt; Vh~lul. \V Ii A Paint- JlI. 1iIV~ IM f 11 w 2?11. I L 31? UQ n i 11 3 72 Iz: 1iI 1 11 L. to it...

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. — 5 February 1873

Lost. On Saturday night last at the Ere, h smnall blauk memorandulu . book. The finder will enfcr a f.&vor upon the owner by leaving it at this office. Now Advortisomants. Mas.nie Meeting Thursday night. F'rsah Arrivals at ). hLuderd.lo'a. 1he.d lis Cald. No ice-W. j. Crawford, Sohool Commll i.ijn r. Notice-II. A. Smith, Treasurer Notice-L.vld Brog. Sale of Mhloitgagl Laid -W. it; i,be ts n, J mle 11. Ition. Corn aud Oats-=W. If. M..rrison, t..tesvilie, N. C. Apif-Atnent. Gov. Nses las arapointed Mr. Hienry N. Ubear, a proamitelt .yuhg ljnIer of this laee, N.IaIrv l'ublic. Rtill Kicking. The Tar lleel., arc still alive, as will bie found by reading to' noajtice bf NlmLaughlin & Co. D.>n't forget them. Detentiou. The utail train due here at 1..5 Throladay did not at- ive tintil ?1 30. Its detentior w, as caused by the iun. ff f a freiglht truin near R liian's. racot & Co. Thesve getlemeun advertise this i4.r I.ir.g-,b gntel ries, poiovisionls, hard Ware, b1., &a. 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. — 5 February 1873

The Fairfield Herald. AI 'k W ED-NaS). ,till by Silow--Fi!0I) Threc litintir Livts Lost. The Winona, Min., correspondo of the New Yolk Herald gives ti f. ilowing additioial particulars of ti hte te.rrible snow ttorm : New 1111m or dere'd Ilitteen udOM 4n Une day, and at least. fifty deatd ar reported from that place and Fo lidgelev. 'Twnclty deaths at. 31orri nine at Ilodeli, tweit iy-four at slee; l'Ye Like, eight, at Worthing ton, tt d1 Blankcto --sru the fatal recori Il this letter I 1. repose giving son, .disconniected incvidenltsi anld episodl of the fatal Iusd-ay, whiclh may 1. i fii.tere.st to lasteri realevs. Son idaj of the depth of the snow drif ma13y be formed wh en we considor thi on Wednesday i th. snow was piled , hiph abiont a freight train, iockadc on tle IDveniport aid St.. Paul Rai r-ul, near Delawaro Ccut'r, th: t.ans drovo right over the car Uponl tle saime line tlre are drif ;t'mm ftet lon1g and fifteeni feet dee Nea. I Blmne Earth moi Coulkd pass foot ever the ...

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. — 12 February 1873

ti Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature Terms --$3 00 nor Aiwum, i Advano VOL. VIII.] WINNSBORO. S. C., WEDNESDAY MOR NING, FEBRU V\R Y TI IE FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 PUt;11I,1.1V) w m:iK i,Y n4Y DE'SP.ORTES & W ILLJA A 8, row.-Trn II1SaL publishel w1lteek ly in the Ten of Wiansboro, at 83.00 ill variably in <d.'ance. Stt- All transiont. atvertisements to be paidl in adlvance. Obit uary Notices and Tributes $1 00 per :-qu are. ,rgislative Proceedings. S EN A TE. -,The Senate met it 12 M., P resi dent G-laves ill the Chair. A bill to autholize certain commit tees to exam ie the accounts andi de mands against certain Counties, aid for other purposes, was passed and ordered to be aent to the House. The enacting clause was strickent out of a bill to renew and amend the chirter of the town of Chester. HOUSE Ol' iliCSEN TAlES. Simns introduced a bill to am emd Section 74 -if the Code of 'roced ure relating to t...

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. — 12 February 1873

THE FAIRFIELD HM RALD l'ulihouI EveIy Wcdnesdta7 at TVINNSBORO, S. C., nfy OESPOxtRTES & W NDA S ---o ~tERI/S-IN AD lNCE. Oine eopy one yen-r, - .. $ .' (it) Five . . . . . - I The Spanli..h ainthoritesl hav ex.~ aoined the .teaier Nurillo, and do. ci tro that Ole hows. no sigis of ha v inag had a col iLion with the North Fb-et. Coroner's verdict in the caso of Duryca kiieda by Simmo: is favora. ble to re murderer, Simmons. Two person.. wore killd atial others weire wmaind aill an aiecidlenit (i tho lein phis and Louisville Ril roadi. T tpei of the nli ew King uf tle Ki id Aichi Ishinds is sensible, lie repre-oents that thre is p--aeo 11nd1 ro~asonable prosperity int Iiii conn try. Simmons lto killed Durvn iP h New York ind-ted tor Murder'in first degroe, r3kmt led for F$1io,oo. A itverc hattLl between Carlist and1i1 Royalists inl 8piain, ill w-hich the former we-re defeated witlh great, loss in in an id storei. Distenssion in Congress on the proposit-ion to liidI a 'bridge acro...

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. — 12 February 1873

0:'." Extra copies of the NiA.ws can be obtained at this oileo on allieva. tion. Price five cents per cop.y. (i-& Gontruaturd will inot be allowed under their contractm, to iidvertise any other than their legitimate busic.a, unle a5 payi:ng specially for ,u,.i ad. vertisemnenti'. Newspapers. A lot uf old nivspapors for sale at the News anid [lerald office, at fifty cents a liundied. New Advertiaei its. IriAsh l'ohato McIu'r & Co. Potattoe.,-T. 1.. RItb r.,on. Ilhatol Jen'. Freshlinuer--MI. viyr & Co. SI.criff Sales--L. W\. l)uvull, 8. F C. ,' ice-Ladd }lron. Hlead thle ni-Itce oft F'resh ('0d, just received byV 3Nr. V. 141der. Mersrs. Withers liv ilt I Ive a lirge stocik of good. w hic' t h ale sching eichal. )on't fail to read Mes.ri. leM is.. ter S. ilrice's advertiseimet,t App ointment. The Sen-ite ia-s eoifirmed t im reap. poitm went of Mr. II. .. S-i1;t, I-S Trenau ier ofX ain l.:Id Count y. Thbe reappointnit of .\r. Smithi 1ive Anoti r Spree. Tho clerk of the weal-...

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. — 12 February 1873

The Fairfle'd Herald. All P' fD Nutl -- '-ore Florita Wondrs. The 1alatka Herald of th lith ult., ,ays i "Under the cover of a dark night in the ye.ir 1830 a barge, N. moored at Volusia, load(led with pro. - visions for the army, was taken by I ndians. Various parties wvoro soett out on the river in pursuit, but all elforts failed to Piscover the where- 10 lbutst5 of the stolen property. At ' that tim12e the 1a.2 vigation of tihe 00a. ivaha river was unknown. Very few had uly knowledge of the existence of this wild, ilealering water-course. 'le ttrangest part of the ma'ter has been nt lately developed by the discovery of 11h i sutikeli barge beneath the beautiful u.9 waters of Apopka Lake, in the heart of Orang:e county. A gentleman living on tle A popka inforiaed Us a 121 1% w diys since that tle oldest inhi bi b tt.v ,f ha:t part of the country have ic" no w vdge of the navigation of rm such a craft, an(d tie only solution of t the matter Is found in the supposed I,( fact that the...

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. — 19 February 1873

Desportes & Williams Proritors.] . Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literatuir ITcrms---$300 ner Annum, In Adva VOL. VIII.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBR UA R Y % 18T FAIRFIELD HERALD IF; ti'iIt'1il~l) W.:E.KLY BY DE.S4 RTE S & WIILLIAMs, Tern<. -Tiii I I rit . 1 .1 s ptb I iliherl Week yiw.the Towi, of Wir al r-:, at 963.00 in varia6/.y in adrance. c-ey- ill transient itivertisements to be paidl ill a 11vance. Ob*t, iry Notices and Tributes $1 00 per G tuare. Lrgisluliiv Proiucdings. h eanat C ll( t at 12 M., t Senator Clinton introduced a bill .o provide for th q..mpij.sQry attend awee at school of children between the agCs of tix [and sixteen. ''he bill 'piovides that it Ohall be,tlie ald'ty of' -.the parents or guard in w-fA' all chil dren, betwen the ages named, not mnenta~ly.or physicilly disabled, to compei thetri.,t, attend at either a pujblic or private school at lo-it sthree mnaths in e.ch year, provided there is ai puli';...

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. — 19 February 1873

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Publishi Every Wefdnesday; at WINN-SjiOO1 , . cY, flyf Pi ~ r VO10 7ESPORTI,:SI . 11' N gg, Ont~e Copiy'one yeari, -$ fl 00 Five " ' '' - . . 12 (it -T C U 1 256 Te - "- -- - 2-5 1ii Iluix il11 i "ri Crib Thc black Kit Klux in l).irlin4gtoI rFeeml to have a great faney for .\lr. 1. F. WVillittunson's corn and coltton. On, a recent e-..sion-they inet with somioI (oppositioni, which ri'tI ed in one of' their nutuber beitig killed A cor. responlent of the Charles'ton .ewi give. the follo wiig account of the inT.ir :I (-)in Tuesay night the preid!es (f M r.B. F. W illi neon, near this place. weeinlvaned by an1 organiize-d hal1 (.1' negro raider', which re ulted in the I dCtih of one of the haid. Mr. \V. has sui ffred greatly during tie last. six ionthii, awil seeOimis to have hmen the obct of spe'Cial VeigeInce. H is i boice vas ;ve-l nnd burie to tihe .ro i (i varly in Noveiber t t, with Sec.1 ytt(onl,gill, &,-. Sinlce that timle he h-.:.s hl..d about, twenty t...

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