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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 February 1873

Ei Extra copies of the Nmva can bo obtained 0+, this office on dpica. tion. Price fIve cents per copy. O0 Gontractors wilb'not be allowed utnide?r their onrtracts, to advertise any oibhr th in their legitimato bu.-ia.e's, unloss paying spceially for siueh ad vatisementt s. Newspapors. A lot of vld newspapers for salp at the News and Herald oliod, at 'ifty cents a hundred. iew Advortisin nts. Sherifi S'sA'-. W. Duvall, S. F. C. an' - l:ity & 1ro. I'.t-- t-W1t-111h Walties & Co. :m -\Y. \!. Nblon. Merhats ad othners waniting blaidk li is for ugritiltural ,upplies fufrnisic under'the A et of 14'3, can be I; plied by callin ag at the News and Hlerald iflice. Races. .-\t the races last Saturday eveniWg between Winnsboro and l1idg.way, .'hte Ihro boys came out victorious. 'hree races were run, Wii.nsboro won two, the other being a drawn race. It will ho run over shortly. Radroad suiash Up. We understand that there has bcen 'iS si' biii ' o tI U. C. & A. R. ;., n'ear iatervitle...

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. — 19 February 1873

The Fairfield Herald. 14dill.1s1ti-:1) I " E RT WEI DIS."IIE)N 1 a-1Y. Vieli of 4ollot on Worn Out Lund In th1e autumn of 1871, "9The Chapel-Hill Agricultural Club" cf ered at Priniulr mf a silver -cup to that milenber o' the Club who %Vou1d piodoce from an acro of "'worn -out, .bhandoned Iland t he largest amin oun it of seed cutton. . - .) :oth uIer i ial fer. tiezdr of any kind % %iS to be used on said acre. The premium Was awarded DeemI - ber 41 I, ' 87;?, to Rev J. I'leasants Mason, whose acre .yided 1,275 miid .4. The scoind wtot4 crtop, -timt f . I. II., was SO fully rep.orted Sat pei Imps otler farmersa may be interes.tel in the particiulars. 'Ihe lot, 70 yardls snare, was a sandy lo:ii and had-hoen cultivated f. many oars on ccouint of steili . It was ji1ted by (Ii e cotimittoo c:Ipable of prod ucing 150 pounds of w Cotton. ii .iainary twenty loads o rotten 0; -.a wre spreal and the lot plough. ed uto ridges three feet apart Vith a two-horse plough. March ' 5th. 1'inced in ...

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. — 26 February 1873

to 1 F+ Desportes & Williams,ProprivOoLrv. A ma.iiy Papar Devoted to Science, ArtI InquiryB RndustrU and i8ru [ O _- - WINNSB~~ORO.s S. C.,, WEDNXESDAY MNORNING.FB U R 6 iT3I Nb3 STilE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUniits WII VKExtK y B )ESPORTES & wILULIAI MS, eTn.-T. ina %' I) 13 pu isie'l wee in 1h Towi of W iftiborj, it W33.00 -i bariabl.q in advance. P>3 All transient. a'l. 6r tise tClb to be bIaid in ad vance. ohitnary N6tides and Tribules $1 00 Ier 'Aknar'b. Legishatiie Procerdings. FRDA Y, F.UIity11i' 14, 1873. SENA'l E. Thle Senate -met at 12 M., Presi dent Gleavcs in the Chair. Owcn.*, frot Cotnmtittee on Fi. tinance reported, by substitute, the bill to allow the payment of the claini arising under the Goverrior's proclaImaIt ion concerning the arrert of Ku Klux. Aiso, the bill to raise isp. FiHes for the tizc..l year commencing Iovemer 1, 1872, aiended in mant impoitant particulars ; a mnemornial to the President and Congress of the 4Uniind States frot O(to scoun tag, a...

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. — 26 February 1873

Wednesdlay Morrivp;. Tevb. 26, 1.873. T1. ROSS UET N,'Aor wetoxo it r:ie ono. (Ir C41111111n att'n ul.en III aall F-w Ir d Ia'ien ll ' fitly principle. thieo.-, r' , lii e "' ' ill l at.y J r'i$ Olpnll ... :f i Vicvvy i 01 1- l oiN.s of 10tico lpon lent - .X'lmetto Orpan Uomliiii. At th3 last, i tIng oIf th 10 ::I board of tho Palmetto Orpiian Homw, C0o11111hia,1 a ITsoluti l l was rh .si r liest ilg thle 1iuu g L il each CounImty, V.o I atc e e t 1 he n n h Buai d Vis re ceie I H . plctosfor hedm inofchi! recn froti their r pe t e Coutic-, - d t, In. t. i as t, thiik 1pit - 1:e T . . 1 b , i 11 1 : 1 -1 m'' itv. 4 r !)f Thek;se genlenwnwill al-o telse plea inon y, p ovie s, i h i., etc., thal lily be0 seint to i e. 'I Lis 11(J,10 t1 f111,161 iui 11 Ths obe h Ni . !11- b l d its w::y to (he he1 I ; (1' :11 ki dly di, posed peotiple il th1e State. GJovernment~fI .Iranhd. N C.Iuly evrcly mall f rom I the 'o% th bringlp initelligence of the di (!(Vry oY f Ponte e(w i fra ~iupon ilt pov...

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. — 26 February 1873

0- Extr.t copies of the Ni.:ws can be obtaincd at this oflico on n.lica t ion. P ice live t ents per copy. New:.papers. A lot of old n-wspnpers fir sale at the News n it Ierald 1il uI , at Ifty cenlts at bn- 'd ed. ..nens, Mol-Oeants and ot11.3 wanting nlank livta for agrioultural itupplies f urnishId u nder t Ie AoL of 1866, ca n be iupplied by calling at tho Nows and Heir d . flict. New MuErpis t Brother.. new .!il ply of g . AN G, I~oai-aGu o -V' G i!.~) (;1% C. Frdh - oes-.d. t. nIg. Wood ward & Ltl :OT rif theqir fStol", lt c st. Saddles aild 'oe--ANew SUp p-l'. U. Dsportes &(V Iliardwvarec-J M.1 -..lIm %;y & Co J t R . er ied -.\lcInt 3 r,:&e o Rongh Weather. A terrific gal of westerly wind-, blew all dySudma inginloors favuite reort, for lovervu c-tilfort. Yesf(rdliy 11-OtNiig was ushered in wItli the ihtr. iottimeittt r. dun 1 to 20 deg. holt tile %% ittl li:alI (:11 t1id buiti th in ~n od .r. It. W . IrAillip s haW a unw lot of futniture, of aill : ) s au.1 ...

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. — 26 February 1873

The Ftfrfleld Herald. PUBLIS8ND The Savannah Republican, in pub4 ishing the tRlowiug paragraph re. inarks: "We frequently have to go abroad to get ioformation about our eolves; aid here i3 a very striking illus tration of this truth. 1o te New York South we ind the flilowing statement, which will be news to our people, and most probably to Govern. or Smith himself." A project is now on foot to annex a part of South Carolina to Georgia. The people directly interetted in the scheme are willing to ;i, and it is un. derstood that Governor Moses of South Carolina also favors it. A 'Oemmission will be appointed by 'Governor Moses, who will ask for 9a similar Commission from Gieveror Smith. These two Commissions wilt sketch out some basis of annexation. i'ho territory proposed to be annexed embraces Oionee and Pickens Coun. a s ties, commencing at Andersonville and running the Senooa River, thenen 'to the North Carolina line, South Carolina reserving the right to fish, eto., in said Tugalo...

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 March 1873

Dsaportes & Williams, Proprietors, A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquir... Industry and Literature. [Terms---$300 uer Annum, In Advano OL. VIII. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 5, 1873. [NO.87 T T 1 - FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 PUnISTIsICD WY.VXY BY DESPORTES & WILLIAMSi, Terms.-Trae It 1aRAL: 18 pubIbbed WtOu In the Town of Winnoboro, anL6.00 if 9 ribly, in advanre. ow All traislent adrIl ments to bc Qbltdary Notices and Tributes $1 00 pet *l6g1l0tve Proceedlogs. Ant 91i 1873. U bo PRESENTATIVES. The House met 11 A. M., Speak er fLe* in the Chair. -The Committee on Incorporations revgs$et .hap~ate bill (favorable) to;1a yoblrate the* Newberry Cotton tills. . The chairman -of the Committee on Railroas re'ported ikuntavorably) a tenate bill to amend an act to au thorivo the formation, and to incor. twate the Spartanburg amd Aiken ailroad. Laid ove'r. A resolution was introduced, adopt ed and bent to the Senate, that a joint asenably be held on the 24th instant,...

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 March 1873

T HE FAIRFIELD HERALI l'itished Every Wednesday at WT T, N SB11RO, s.o li~we~u & WiLM~ 771.1S- A VANC. fin' r'py OnIe year, $ $ 3 0 Pi " - - - 120 Ten " " -" - - 26 l'aiiri k cieury's iloqunce. vrginir in thos'n days had on er tiaLlilied clur-ch, and the spirit. r persecutiei wis abroad amongst th inost igniorant classes of her opula tion. The Baptits were particularl obnoxious. Three irsist preacher had been arrested as "disturberis yaeo,'' andA iImIprisuoed by i locia ur i.trate. At the next sossion a the couinty court at Spotsylvania the were arraigned for triall, and Patrio iletry rode fifty iniles to defon I 1o-rl "H'it for the account (missed b 'Virt) which has bcen preserved c l'atrick Hlenry's performanco on thi nwe should not have undo atood the secoret of his power over a isismbly. The rosi..tloas magic < his oratory was greatly due to artifieo mannmgemetit, extreme and sudde chanlges in tone, adroit repetition c telliig phrtua. Ile enterd th court house wlrilo tlho...

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 March 1873

Newspap . A lot 4foldipi,wiaapersfosle at the News angIerald .fide; at Mfty eouts a hundred. Lions. Morchants and others wanting blank liens for agricultural supplies furnished under the Aot of 1866, can I-, supplied by calling at the News ,1.d Herald oflice. K*eA4vertiv. ments. 'Citatton-W. M. Nelson, J. P. F. C. Fresh" Arrivnic, Me.sro. Withern & Dwight h-ve just received a laige and bel- et sNock 4f Dry Goods. Call a wl i .mino their new rstock. Xitald's Bridge. We are infonued hat the east end of Kinenid's Uridge over Little Riv ter hasgshed.jx or ei-lht feet down t-treamn'. 'The attention of the County '0orr.mistioners is called to this im. Iportant fact. :Tine Squashes. Mr. J. 11. Neil showed us yester day two Fquashes he raised last year, Athey measure three feet in circuuifer -onoe. The seed froin raid equashes -iro.for sale at McMaster & lrice's. n-Aother Smash-up. The northetn bound night train on %he -0. C. & A. R. R., ran off tt.e trak ,near Blackievoks lait ...

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 March 1873

The Fairfield Herald. No Ul 13 1FH1111 NC.i J~ EE RY WEDN1ESD.4 Y. Nu i i1 rul i i News. The recent rains have blockndel the Westerni Noth Carolina Railroad with Lad slides. A scatmp, representing himself as A non of W ade I Iamiptonr, Ian been doing the eldonites. The Kinston G.zette learns of a knock down aid hooting aifair at Falling Creek, in which nobody was hurt. The 1httlel oro Advance corrects the Weldon Newh' btatement that tho siall pox had broken out agni in Nas.h. There is a moveient on foot to navigate tihe Roanoke by tteam be. t ieoi (;a.'ton iiid CIrk esville, so we ir) riuformed by the Clarkeyvillo ''al ley, Joe Doss ard his wife are now in jail in Surry county, ancd will be tried it tie next court for the murder of the child reported in last issuo of the V isi tor. A colored man, name unknown, coammitted iuicide in Middle Croek Townbship, Wake county, a diay or two 1:uiging hiirtself to the limb Tho Raileigh News conpinsin that no criminal caso caie before the Mayor...

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 March 1873

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature [Termu---8.00 ner Annum, In Advano VOL. VIII.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1 [N.3 _ _ _ _ _ | | -T- . [-O . -38 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUBit181KD WICEKILY BY D1ESPORTES & WILLIAMS, Terns.-Tne IINRAL is published Wee in the Town of Winnsboro, at 03.00 i 61 Wiably in advance. SW* Al1 transient adyertisemonts to b I aid In Advanoc. Obituary 1otices and Tributes $1 00 pe "POSSUM" IIUNING -A 80MI. Old Marster he loved possum, and love ' to butic him, too ; We niggers would go long wid hini to pu (e business through. De dogs on the plantation would bark ant *ag der tails, And when dey cotildn't jump de fence would squeeza 'em Ihrou gh do rails And come a follerit' arter as fast as de. could go I ]Por whenl w Wtif a Pohstutbiig dry al was shoo to know. Ito' do rain might be drizzling. and it bi awful dark, A nigger den would a'asy climb right ul it.to do...

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 March 1873

The Fairfield Herald. Prin a.sia 51) best 'lltod of alunaoging Malnre. iardly any question has been more thoroughly disonszed in the New Yrk 'Atate Agritfultural Aooiety during the last ton yebrs, tbaq the onke aibove indibated, and'tho general opinion of the practical men who have t:.ken part in the diveusaions has been that., utI things eunaAdded, there is n' plan so good as to draw the manure direotly from the stab Iw stwt 4 fItMt! to the grass Jands of the (arm-pas tures rather than aseadows, thus, by on 'bandlhig, doing all the labor, spreading as evenlj as possible fromn the oart or bled, Mai ha the Spring, akfter theQ frt'iA d Ut, going.ovet the field tnd breaking and spreading any lunpe that aitty regnire it. If the manuro is coarse, having considerable stra w or but ts of corn-stalks In it, and is put on ground which is to be mown tho next season, this 'oarse mattei will' bo in the way, and somne of It ill be drawn by the rakes into the hat 3 to its injury. If thero is no s...

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 March 1873

Now Adiertiimen~ted Bank Noti to-Johb . ICnet. M1asonio Meet g Thlriday -uigbt. Just Received-T. it. Robertson. Cit ations-W. M1. Nelson. K,-roseie-U. G. Desportos & Co. JEggs--aoot & Co. E.,trayed-W. W. Hall. For Salo-F. Elder. Furniture- MeIntyro. Hlardlare-J. M, Galloway & Co. Plop4bate-T. R. Robertson. Delingnents. Cu(Xiery Auditor Copes, informs us that thero at e .. . ut live bil'ired delin. quelil tax p:Ityur .n ti uiCouinty. A nojjority oW thOeml are;. . :x . De%h from Meniingitis. Wo inlrtu ta i.Inyanl Gladmey's eldest son died a few days tago in Mlnsieello, from Meningitie. .lle was .sick only three or four days. Johna J. Patterson. Advices from Vashing'on state that Senatuor cleet Jthn J. l'attersti, of Suitth C.r.lina, was a nurn in on the 4th iinitiat, without a divzcuting word. Epizooty. We n~otice that hlogs,) oos, e-At.', dogs and rabbits, have taken elizooty. Wonder if it. is coitagious amo:ng Inlcall We? If so, we hope the p. Mons who promltjite-l to pa...

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 March 1873

THE- AIRFIELD HERALD Published Every Wednesday at WINVNSBORO, 8. C, By J)ESPOJRTES & WILLEANg. T'RMS-IN ADVA A . One Copy Oi year, $ o00 Five 1 ' " - . - 1200 e ' 's : - 2660 Amendments to the Bankrapt Law. There is some 'enquiry regardipg thb tVb recotlt arpeudmenth to te B3ankrupt Aotb They are two. The following will become a law in tio or three days, it havitig pased Both houses and only awaiting the signa ture of the President : Thdt it was the true intant 'and thehaing of an Act approved June 8th, 1872, entitled "An Act to amend an Act entitled 'An Act to establish a uniform syston lof bankrptcy throughout the United States' ap proved March 2d, 18(7," that the exemptions allowed the babkrlupt by the said Amendatory Act should, and it is hereby enacted that shall, be the amount allowed by the constitution and laws of each Statel rbas etbvely, as existing lin tb .y60 1801 ; aid that such exemptions be valid against debts contracted before the adoption and passage of such Sta...

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 March 1873

Dsots&W limProprietorg;] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, In-quir%,,, incdusiry and Literatue Trs-$.OnrAnm nAvn VL 1s]WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING AT1t19 83 NA FTIRFILD HERALD Mn l'I'n.:.l ill-.1, I-:1-.(1LY ItY - I r. r . . i I 1 i tsh el n'n r k Nthi Tqwo of whA*i . or i, ;o i300 ,ay" .ll ftran ieit uidvertisitents to 1w4 *.iar i MN 11). All lCaeuly fkles nn:.I) y, Ar s , b ! Th rinshowi cf 1nitlie l'em and AW ho e who hevmr- IN hevobe of wecon'n 1'ri 1.. : v I. , : - e There i., ;11 1-1.1 w.1 n w( het u e r.wvee thing To Love I iere :. li tn-. US0l:E by Thir 'wT Pern --Thle North. Iwe-st !III hif.Ned. The follaowing article, which Ve extrait fium the Worl "poijSj a moral, hS well as "ado"Ins a WICYe. lie g:cat \Vest, whihi has been h.elp ing tW keep doAn the SLSuth, no1W Ie gins to feel the blewins " of th -i 'i.e le.-i t; ioj i i (on of Ion e-S, ani wVill InOtl inw I.oss it is itSC." We trust thP experience may lie yalutary, and -Ad it iutio the .safer i-ath f...

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 March 1873

TlE FAIRFIELD HERALD l'Ulit.hei 1very Wednesday at WL LVNSW 0i, 15,C TIR!--I. ADViANCER. 10w, Clopy eric ver - s 60 . - 1206 T " - - 25 5) I1i114M fik Thl'a id for 1 Vote-The r~di in 1ti Ltgishnlirc-Defent cl o tiirl IrtTh' iltilr-ond Bill. \ 11( th Senaute tdioUrhed bb .\I. day night every'Itbing looked frv;r le for the f6 iinds of the bill. . sa1 !1. o fi'ick, hid been convert'ed I lhe .nin of the people, but those Nlho rbhld oil his remtaining in that 0bitioti trusted to a broken reed. Tom Scott sent forth a sVarmu froti Ih momitpoly hive during the night, F.2d l"Ids-dl---a frail compound of hu nliity-was n1o longer himself. On1e vote o111 was needed by tho friends of No. 3 bill, and this imvoto they had sooured as they thought. Ilo this vote desorted them will pi-osontly aip pear. It waseinetly five m6iinutes before twelcvyeterday afternoonl when tho .President of the ha eaiito announced thQ long looked for No. 3. Then iudet-d came the tuia of w'ari Mclherson had his railroad bi...

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. — 19 March 1873

0T Exta copies of tho Nidvs can be obtainedl at thil o1"c8 oil 8pica. tion. l'rice .lvn ,r:its per eop . Newspapers. A lot of old newspapers for sale at the News and Herald office, at fifty cets a hund red. Lions. Merchants and others wanting blank liens for agricultural supplies furnished under the Act of 18ti6, can be supplied by calling at the Nefvs and Herald office. New Advortis mehts'. Just Received-D. I. Flenniken. Me niv's Ale---it. J. MeAu-ley: Sher.If's Fa.es-L. \V. 'u'vall. Meul- Me lut y re. Th Finest Table bUi-n for t lj 'outl-award J:; ikAn Co j York, yring Gos Messrs. McLaughlin & Co., adver tise a lot of Hiow Spring Goods this Gone VIset 11%ooP "C", 7h UT. 4. Cavalry, Capt. Ilart cliithuliling t pas.,ed tht'ough this t1a0 last Sat drdka. They are bound west to hunt up Uaptain Jack and his follUwe-s: Who in~Ne For the itiformatloti 6f th' publib a we would to like know who is the dis. tinguished Carolinian who corted Mrs. R. B. Eiliott, oldredthteitgh the inaugura...

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. — 19 March 1873

The Fairfield Herald. E VR RY WfEIEDATCSDAY. Powl Notes. Cayenie ppiI, inns afd, or gibgei can, with great benefit, be Addsd t the food of fouls, to it,crelsi tbei vigor, anl to stianulato etg produt tion. Fowls, as well a? dogs; b6oolt quarrelsome If fed odi raw mnelt. 13a sides eooking ihakes it iMore nUtrI tious. Wheii raw it is rather hare and 6rUdb ooitipat-ed Mill the mili natiral dit. jf wol-tlr stid ruba which are for the most part soft ai easily deholied by digebtion. There are no antials thoro omnil verous than fowls : fish, fitsh, hbrbs ant graino b * de kodrbd by thien with er'ual 'relirs. 6 say e'iual, fo though they commonly pounce upoi moat with groator avidity than upoi grain, this is generally because i afords a rarity, and a flock kep't ro awhile almost ctitirbly on enilial roo %ill f.h-o, the same gredd foi- a fev fainufls of corn. It is a very bareless method of food ing fowls which we see so often adopt ed, whore the graih is thrown down in great heaps on thb gr...

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. — 26 March 1873

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature Terms--$300 mer Annum, In Advano VOL.i VII] WINNSBORO. S. C., WEI)NESI)AY MORNING, MAECH 26, 1873. [NO. TIIE .FAIRFIELD HERALD US P'nbliHED WiKLY BY 7"roi. -T I r int.% . is pub i iled week in tle Town (f Winr Uuroa0o, at 9t;OO in b .riablv it advance. 11"'' All transictt adverlisementl 'o be (id in advance. Obit uary Notices a4iA Tributib Si Ub i bgjkare. The 11lillcilillin. The iiost Signifcant featurd df Lhe inautguration fetivities was the grand ball, attenled by the 'resident, his CabN.Ut ired the Foreign ministers, and by etizenls "without diktinction of ree, color; or previoUs Condition." 'Soeiil equality," the Presideit had in ust said publicly fCom 1 the Capi toul "i1B tit d sulj Et to Lo legi-ilated iipoi, nor shalI 1 ask that anything be done to advance the boeidlatns of tie bolCtred man excepi to give him a fair chance to deselop what there Is good in him ;" ...

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. — 26 March 1873

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