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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 July 1873

0^r Old paperz, ipitablo for wrap. ping goo'is, for safe at thisoffice. Notice.^ F riday being the 4th of July, there will be no i-sue on Saturday. Torpsicorean. On Wednesday evening last,. the pupils of Mt. Zion gave a final dance. -A low of the older persons attended. The air.ir Wis quite a suCe, sr. We wvere struck with the bea-u y of the rising geuierution of the fair sex, and oouldi.' bliame the boys for lusinig their hearta. Attempted B cape. Wednes.dly ighst. A b. Jaek ()lpon, o1i.e ofthe 'cotton tiev %s mo d]e a aecond ait -(lpt to break j.il. lie bawed out tU crs ind t. grated door uinar mid nighit, mid then atteuip'od to releate r the other pri.oners. Onie of these1 gave the alarm and Ab. was vecur d. lie i., now iruned. Firo Company. T'he regular (lit ir :ly moctietig of thle fire c.>mplany wVas I;e'd Tue.-;lay after.oon, )0.;id i t the r. I lar bui8. neS.4, two Cull Ii1itto-es were appolitcul; o.c to confrc wit 1 the To''vn Council i n regart to the creet io tf ci Ari...

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. — 9 July 1873

rFite Fairfield Heralit. PVDLisHXD . V.JR Y WEDJVrSDA . A l'oaulble Emptror The piesstic eo Iincd'Jeromo 'Bnra-, (a parte in Pariv, kfter his 'banilifniat by a the governmints of 'Ganbetia and Ti Thierp, naturally excit-s the curiosity of i Freneimen'as to his political 'dsigns. i ie has just made an explanation of i thein. ' Franoe, he save,' is' ontitled t '2ho right of tbhooitng''her own form of. governmetrt,a0''sut1 as the (oreigners a leave hd'adil. He demands &Ai.cits, b, at A'iRich the people shtii not only he 'decide whether they will have a repub-. T1 lie, a kingdomt or an empire, but shalif ., name the man 'who ritnstibe at the head w "of the Government. This unoubtedly ti means that, Prince Jeromo would enter w the field 83 a candadato for the Pros-- a doncy. (It is the only road open to the' 1 gratification of hir ambit'on. Tho u 1Prince Imperial blocks hiis way at the head of the empire. lie hasu, thoreforeq i very ostentatiously brokin friendly recl 'lations withi ...

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. — 16 July 1873

-7-.e - - Willims & Davib, PrObietor.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Uterature. [Terms----$300 uo Annum, I Advano VOL. iX.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 16, 18T3. [NO. 4 Tll', FAIRFIELD HERALb 1. Punusuxn~r wVKi-:.Y, ny WVIIkI.UIS, & *DAVIS. Termei.-Ta: If nnALO in publishedi Week inSton Tow-, of winsboro, at 83.00 in o sriably ins adeinw. ' gig All .ransiont, alver[lsemetls to be 14h)jin advance. . i *Obtary Notices ant rT w-, $1 00 per PIjuare. Iules for ily 3160R'. In ailerce I iust take my seat !And give Gid tLhanks before I eat 'Must for iy foud in paiieqcowalt .Till I at asked to iard my piate; * must not ecold, nor whine, nor pout, 'lor move my chair or plate about , With knife, or foark-,or n'qpkin ring, .iust not .Iay,--nor niust I sing must not speak a usel si word, f'or children must be -en-not heard '. must not talk about muy food, 4or fret if I don' tbitsik it good -i must not 'say t1o1 br ea is old, ,#The tea is hot...

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. — 16 July 1873

'THE FAfRFIELD 'H RALO Published Every Wednesday at WINNSBORO, . . nIT 'WILL AMS. .<5 DAVIS. TfERS-I 41DVANCE. . One Copy e yesi, . - 0 $ 3 00 lIve " .' ." .. . 1 20 wea.l " 25 60 telitral Park Alysterles. n'can eminence overlooiing 'the lake in Central 0Pai k,.and i couple 0f hundred yards from 8'eeptygtee ilnd street entrano, the comnmisspon era have rontily erooetd 'a 'wo ein structure, kuown from its shape as the Ociagon. It would stand in a Jiquare of .about fourteen feet. Nu. merous funnels jut out from the sides, straight or 1A shapod, with .te orifice ':o.wnward . These aire (r vlftilation. .''here are two doors, but'no windows. The Octagon stands upon a platfqru, and iv apprachod bg steps. As you enter the door you dop beforo ,you a oibund wbito tabl6, about the size of an ordinary card table. In the con tre overhead is a cylinder that re seinbles a piece of stovo pipe. A metal rod like an elongated c.tr hook hange from this within reach of a muan's hand. This Octagon is...

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. — 16 July 1873

AV .4 . Old papers,suitable for wrap. ping goo-1.4, fir Sale At this oflien. Now Advortisements Now is the time to get ]iargains F. Elder. Mr. S. Wolfe offers "Great h1 ducoments" in this issue. Road his advertisement. Thanks, - We return thanks to seaty & Iro., an) to 1). It Flonnikeii for presents of flue family fluu, ma de froi new wheat, advertiUseents f which will -be found inl atothr ot Iin. Ba t. M r. Bait' boet is heat un. Mirs. . I, . l uo.n hia:si lit1 to our ofijee i ieut weighij .is ptisis ani a quIar ter. Wien weo get a fe v more of the.e big fellows we'll shrjw -in a lo .of "dead lbe a'" au-I at:%rt, a siir, miansufactory. 1 Death IR O!SaIIrLy "h' ,.1t a:-", the 'ufv.t s -daughsiter ot' .l. and Mrs. S..hlng W olfe, pa-sod a w,'y after i a brit f. - 11 jouru of six mombs. From its birth I ;t was d( 'iet, arid giu~tidally faded -aIWay. We tender our syp athiis to the bereaved family. Per sonal. We ar pleased to hair (hat 'laster t T. K. Eltiott, son1 of 1i. L. Elliot...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 16 July 1873

The Fairfleld Herald. rvnLrINHND VERY WEDJ YESDYj. AHoEE 1011 1P. 'BY FAN4mi' .314ko hone li'ppy, oil I the charms ht lingor 'roi'nd' a happy hoie, . hlefro datrk'uni sliades nor transient storims, Can waft one rvown to Ica'en's dd'mo. jt is' to nooo a wcomful task, To weave contentment's obiegrful itlih, cast akway tihe tlbutl'y nask, That loaves a spirit fond anid bright. eek lifo'4 sunshihe Yet its sorroir 'Be forever cast away, Nor- look for (lon-l, to shmalfe the morrow, l-re thou sco'st the dawn of day. o'OIIRMT 110311, S. C., July 1201. 187., Tue Sigits of '1id R ss In Dog3. 'l'ho 3BritiAli Medianl Jqurnal calls attention to tile oa3ures recoi monded by the Coi:ncil of Hygiene of ordeaux, fOr 'the better protection of tIe people hgalst, the dan gors of hydrophobia. It, 'is well, known that the inadniesi of dogs has a poriod wlhinh is premooitory and barmless. If theso periods wore gou orally known, the dogs could be put out of the way before they became dangerous. On this sub...

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. — 23 July 1873

Williams & Davis, Prdpridtrs,] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature [Terms---$3O0uer Annum, In Advan VOL. IX.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JT THE -- FAIRFIELD HERALD is PU1I1SUD WEEKLY BY , WILLIAMS, k EPAVIS, Term,.-Tn s in KIsAlI) publisled Week Inthe Town of Winnsboro, at, 63.00 in .wiably in advance. *FAW- All transient advertisements to be said in advdigon. Obituary Notices and 'i-.>ut c $1 00 per rquare. (For the Ntews and Herald.] "HARD TlalES." A Debtor's Foldoquy. Fhe limes are hard, I mtuit confess And mine's a sorry tale, foot omipletely out of sorts, Id And certainly must ai I'm down on all Chd merchants' books, They.'re dw n on, rd wiot dus, A'd pay rhem-if I had (tf nicans, Iut now "I'r out of funde." I have no colot now t ast'., And if I'm nout. aistaken: Why, ever pound's alre.adyi leged, To pny fo Corn and Baconi. have no,*ash, ind ngowofcourse Yetvo pocket room-"To Let," My redit's lost, and just becaus f an-inev...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 23 July 1873

T HE FAIRFIELD HERALD Publiied Every Wedncday at V1.NSBORO, AS. (a. ST -WILLLIMS <' DAVIS. TIR MS-i AD .>VACR. One Copy one year, $ 3 Of ive " " "t - -- 120( bill Arp ol Gco. W Willittills, of Charles ton. Bill A rp has been to N iw York mot, Mr. Williams and writes to the Anu 'it Ch1,1roniet and Sentinel -lil; tries hard to be fhnnly : eIat ly to Imiy delite I met t1 old friend, G org( Williamus, o Awaly downl illianm sret Ifo was just from the city o1 Cha.rlston, where he rains as i * king, and was in a very happy franiu Mf min d, I mean financially. I knowd. Gcorge in Nacoocby sum thii ty yearn ago, when lie used to work like a nig yer in a little corn patch on the sid< of t lie hill at d carricd water in a bif bo': n guard to kcap his lhi'u k froiz bilining up with t lie drowth. He wa. al way hard workin, and a inighty lih cral inni al~ordin to his mieanj. Hi is libeta:l yet, but, in spite of all bi cIT do, his imloncy will akumulat< faster than lie cau give it away ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 23 July 1873

l ow Acdvoitisemonts... ... Citation-W. M. Nelson, Probato Judge. r 0:) Old papers, suitablo for wrap. ping goods, for sale at thisoffico. ht. Zion Institute We call attention to the advertiso ,ment of this school in another col Ulan. Notico. Overseers of roads will read the notice of the Chairman of the County Comnisioners in another column. \:ecture To-N;ght. A lectui e will be deliveied th's. eventing at :5 o'eock at the Me1tho. di-st Church onl the '-lEaily IIistory of WiL n'boro"' and vicinlity, by Prof. 1 Jas. 11. Carlisle. Death. We a re paitied to hear of' the death Miss Jonvie lucNaIull, daughter 'of W eo. 3eN aull, E-9., on 84turday norning lt. itShe was just entering into woalnunhd, d leaves n'ny f Iionds te toUx ) her loss. Advertisement of Couaterf its. A gentlemhan in %owwn h's sIowi us a circular advertising counterfeit greenbacks. As th'o Now Yor 'duree tives have lately been ayesting somno .of these sawdust corfiden -o operators, we give the addres.' of this one. He...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 23 July 1873

The Fairfield Herald. ITVB1.f1511CD El R'BY WIDYESDAY. 0fhtnufracturing fi Augusta. Alreudy the advantages to be reap. ed by the ci~y from the enlarge. IwnCli t of 'the canal are bcooning aifes1st. Fior sonie time past ru mIon0r Gf tie formation of a large compainly, haviig in view tho utiliz tion 'ot a portion of the vast water power to be created by tho enlarge Iuent, havo been in circulation. -L:st evoenin'g we obtained ftom an authori tat.ivo source-particulars in rcgard'to' tho matter. About tho middle of march last Mr. J. J. 'Gregg, a wvoll known citiz:Ils of this I-ce, long promi nendy nounceted witi cotton Mann factariwg interests, mot in Boston an Eniglish oapitalisit, whoin he indluced t.o come out to this city for the purpote ,,( 'invytvigating a prujected land eliche:uie connected with imalnufactiur ing as a basis. The capitalist, after 'reaching the city andi lookiig into. the iatt'er, was so well sati4led that Ie proposed that if a company with a flapital of $100;000 w...

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. — 30 July 1873

Williams & Davis, Proprietors.] A Tam 'Iy Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature [Terms-$3U or Annum, In Advanor VOL. IX.I WINNSBORO. S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 18T3. [NO. 3 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PLnJ1ICJSD WE1lLY .gBY WILLIAMS, & DAVIS. Termns.-Tux [ir,[UALU is published Week in the Town of Winusboro, at $3.00 in r ariably in advance. AtVr All Iranslont advertisements to be .id in advypion. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 per square. A Western Delnge-The Bursting of a Wiater 8pout. On Satuiray e'veniiig last the vil. Ingo of Ontario, twenty-two miles Poutheast of Sparta, was visited by one of the most disastrous R~oods ever kq9wn in Wisc'6nin. At 9 P. b. the rain commenced falling, with every appearance of a heavy shower. The rain ..foll steadily -,Yintil Vidnight, whou all at once the "windows of heaven wore opened," and seu forth *'n almost solid body of water. In thirty minutes the streets were rivers I and the village a ..vaft ikk...

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. — 30 July 1873

-THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Published Every Wednesday at WINNSBORO, :S. a, at WILLIAMs c- nAy.M 1'RMS-IN AD AYNO. ,ne 0oby'eiye'ar, - oo fives 4 . 4 4'"d 12 00 t'ea 6- - 2.5'60 An interview with tle State Treaiurer. The Columbia .Corrosp-orrdi'nt 6f the News and CoufIr recently had '.an interview with Treasnror-Cardoza. As it was of considerable length we give the most intIoT'.ing portiole of 'it. Correspoik1en6t. 'In the first ' Iato I would be glad to know if your recent visit to New York was upon businers connected with your -oflico, and if so, what business I Una is . I have nothing whatever 'to do %, ith any speoulation in State tinourities, and my recent trip to Now *York was purely on account of my - own privateo ffaira. t orkrespondent. 'Is theso anything doing in our State bonds in Now -York ? (Jardozo. Nothing 'whatever, as 'far as 1 could learn. The State's credit- is entirely gone, and' the bonds arre as flat as they can be. I do not think there are any nales of our bonds at a...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 30 July 1873

0::- Old papors, Quitablo for wrap ping goods, for sale at this office. Now Advertisements. Turnip Soed-D. Latiderdale. An elegant Photograph Album-. 0. b. Gardener. See notico of Hook and Laddor Ccmpany. Personal. Gen. John B. Gordon, U. S. Sona. tor from Georgia, wam in town yestei day. Thu Guunral is the picture of good health. Around Town. There are still a few cases of dip. theria inl town., The G. od Templars meet to. uight. WatCrumIOens are beginning to 0o01., in town pretty rapidly. Rain. Copious rains have fallen in almost evcry portion of the County during *tho past week, greatly bonefitting the o ,ps, which were needing rain bad ly. Dedication. Tllo new Associato "Reforned C'iurch building uill be dedicated on te !irst Sunday in Aiuast, Survices will be performed by 'tev. 'h. A. Russ of Yorkville. The new edifl;e is quite an addition to tbo town. Counturfoit. Mr. Truman Sause, of Now York, las been endeavoring to iuvocle our 'devil" into purchatsing countorfeit; Uronbacks...

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. — 30 July 1873

The Fairfield Herald. PVBL ISHED) 'E VE R Y WEDJVES.D. Y. The Clarendon Wooden lailroad. The following facts are collated 'from the Clarondon Press of this week, -in whic'h is givel a'lnng account of a new wooden railroad receutly con struotod in thatcounty' The South Carolina Central Rail 'road had beeu allowed to drdp 'through the hands of iti -origi. Bnald -projectors, tind a connidera. ble amount of citting dht dhd grad 'ing bad been iceomplished, when blessrs. Land & Pritchet, lardo tur. pentino distillers, doing a very I -go -~usmess, purchased the fl*ght of way 'and set about to construct a road that would take their products to 7narket. The road from Manniirg to Lano's Turnout, on the Northeasteru Rtailroa.d, was cleared out and graded nrld id d with scantling,,. This ro is Jifteen dhd a b'aif miles long. 'he bed in constructed precisely as all other railroids are. The whole strc ture, above the bed is precisely siuilar to other railroals, except in place of iron, this r...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 6 August 1873

Williltms Davia, Proorietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry andL [Terms---$3.00 er Axnum, In Advanor VOL. IX.i - WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNINGq AUGUST 6,18T3. NO T-E FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUBLISthED WEEKLY BY WILLIARig, & DAVIS, Terms.-Tius HusnALD is pubJiglsj 1YWe~k inthe Town of Winnsboro, at S3.00 in v Vriaby in advance. gg- All transient advortisements to be maid.in advito. Obituary Notlees and Tributes $1 00 per Del aditrance. A letter to the Now York Woidd ,gives the details of a desperate on counter between two desperadoes, "flugh 'iidersori,. qf Texas, and Arthur MoClusky, of Kansas. Saver. al years since Anderson shot three men in a dance-houso and 'fled. 'One of hese men was a brother of MoClusky, and leClushy d~termined to avenge %is death. McClusky disoovered An derson at Medioini Lodge Indian Territory, and challenged him to deadly combat. The challenge was accepted. The parties were to stand at wenty paces, wheel and fire, and the...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 6 August 1873

THE FAIRFI ) HERALD Pabhishet Etery Wedesday at - WNNSBORO, S. C, By . Y ' lAMS- 41) A 4lNC2. 'Ona Copy 0no Year, - - $j 0o - - - 124 n Tem " 4 - - 2G6 -llJiow Mr is. lUdfriy liettit with ai Inrglhr. There is a pecuiry sdnn lhet in awakeint) in Ih night ind h in'g IgirI's a Wml k in your hu~o. Thi!s w- a thc c:e witi ir. * 41(eIN, on Holth trect, Friday Iight. As soon t-% ho JelectedL the noi.c, 'which appea rei fu ho down sta lie softly clr'c t (-11i o' bed, allt co n mniceicel to ploWi oin111l for1 ii .1unt1il. 11i wviofe witias oonl :1wla(iel by lihe samoonoi eadbleigthat Fomei thing wa., ithe Imdl; I r with the chil drein, w ho slept. ia the next room, she careull1y witltlew from tie bed no nit to dI itiirb her husbandol, iad stair tcd fo the door. An iistrint latev the collidcd. W hat lie thuutaI. wa' cvident. eiinu'1. .A the ho Itrd earings of rmn ardnlotis lifeo were at iitao. B.: r him stood iC or mo e ro1-ersCV. W~t 'An e1 a1aio CV3M1 OF oens ed cI4nee he ct nhe d hie r. V ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 6 August 1873

0y- Old papers, suitable for wrap 'ping goods, for dale at this ofico. Ie'w Advertisements. Jtea' Notices of W. B Peae. See Masonic Meeting. 'Death. Tidings have reached 'us 'f the .death of. Maud, 0 little .dughter of Rev. S. P. H. 11woll of Ridgeway, on Wednesday of diptheria. 'Tomatodi. . We were shown a few days ago 'some of the finest tomatoes we llave over seen. Four of them weighed three pounds and a quarter. They 'Were grown by Mrs. J. S. Phillips, of Charlote, N. C. Iutting Affray. Henry Murphy and Claib Smith had aquar:el in town yesterday, re sulting'in the former inflicting a out 6f everal inches on the cheek of the latter. The out was not serious. Dr. Ladd sewed up the wound. dotton Tales. On Friday last one hundred and fifty ba,.es of iast years' cotton Wei 0 4sold at Blackstock at prices ranging - from 16:i to 17 cents. Messrs. Don. Yld Ma.-aulcy and 1lliott & Co., of this place were the biyers. vold Water Templard. All children ranging between the ages of 7 and 1...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 6 August 1873

The Fairfield Herald. PU3I-Sit uCD . RV'ERY WKDN). ESDA . A WONDEl10U.L BEINO. We have been requested to iniort in our coluluns tho'follbwitrg irigenious 'iddle. -Its worth the study not only of'little folks, -but of dld 'folks also. Who can give the aniswer I 'R IbbtA'rdn TUPI LITTLE FOLKS. tGod made Adam out of the Piust, But, thought it best to milake me first; o I was Blade before2 the man, To ansn'er his thost holy llau. M'y body he did make complete, '1itc without eitler hands'or'feet 14y ways iid actions lid conirol' YOL I was made w'thout a soul. A living being I became, tnd .1dam first gave me a namie, iin from leis presence I withildrw, -And nore of Adam never knew. I dii my Maker'si laws oboy, From tILem I never went astrhy ; 9hionsi.ls of mg'iles 1 run in for, Ait Seldoin 0n the earth appear. flut Gott in me seine power did seo, Auid put a living 80111 in me ; A soul from me my God (lidi claim, And took from too that soul agaiu. And when from nime tiat soni had fled I wa...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 13 August 1873

Williams & Davis, Proprietors.] A Family Papr, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. [Trms---$300 ucrAnnum, In Advanor VOL. Ix.] WINNSBORO,. S C., WtNZ$bAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, 18T3. [NO. 8 T'AIRFIELD HERALD 18 'L ill,114i1)K WECEKLY BY WILLIAMIIFS, & DAVIS. Terms.-Tn r. Ilii&J.I) ils published Week inthe Town of Wininboro, at 63.00 in r triably in advance. W-6 All transient advertisements to be saidin advance. Ubituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 per a qu are. [cosTMauJNICATED0. IIcicony STATION, N. 0., July, 31, 1873. Mr1,. Ndd or : Our first "Epistlo'' to your reader will not be complete unless we retro grade, and mention two more impor t nt 'iiistitutidns of ptatdb'ville-: First thle Simonton k'emalo~0le - which would not have boon overlook od had we been aware of its where abouts-wo found it late in the after noon, and wero both pleased, and sur prised at the beauty of the grouinds, and the grandeur of the st'i-i'tuito. The young ladies were takin...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 13 August 1873

THE FAIRIELD HERALD Publiahed Every Wednesday at WVJNSBORQ, S. C., BT T'LLIAAMS 4 DAYIS. - - c VHRJIS-4N AlVANCO. Otte (761y 6.ne year, - 800 s " " - - - 1200 Ta - - 2560 [coM1UN ICA'rE.] W lrTES'uLPIU Srna:Nos VA. August 6th, 1873. Agreeable tb my promise, I under til; c t'e tatkof furnish ing your renders with in epistie from this celebrated nItering p1hc. SUlli30 it to say "in p. imo" I havo been sadly disappoint v I in not finding on my arrival the unal number of Southern faces, who have been in timo past the patrovs of this fountain of heith. Among the number, (now more than eleven hundred) our owti state has tot a dozen representatives, and all tho other Southorn States collective. ly not niore than one hundred. The opening of the "Ohio and Chesapeake" RIailroad last winter, (xtending from tide water to the Ohio river, a distance of nearly five hundred miles, directly West. has afforded the ,neans of transportation for an ontire. ly different class of population from that of 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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