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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 13 August 1873

. ry Old papers, suitable..or wrap ping goods, for sale at this office. Bow Advertisements. Dentistry-Dr. Isaiah Simpson. . Pockot Dook lost-Marshall Me Sraw. . Rend Dentist Card of Dr. M. S. I~Iankel. Caip Meetine-, Thcro was a very large camp mneetinvg of the clorgd people on u iaul :;y nr Iloirob. Shiortly alter they had iembl d, a heavy rain fell wlich disjersed them. Thanks. Wo return th:tinks to Attoriey General S. W. Molton for a copy of his able and exhative urgument in the mandamus case. Shirts. DMr.' W. T. Robertson, of 0corgia, is in town supplying patterns for 11al. wick's perfect fitting thirts, warraitt cd nut to ''ride up" in the bosom. The Reason Why. . A clorical friend con plains that he has not been receiving his papor of late. We can o ly necount for titis *sstounding fact. on the ,bypothesis that our "devil" ii afraid to go near the preacherr. Death of Sanders Ford. Sanders Ford, the colored Senator from this County died Sunday of fo, ver. Ile was elected last y...

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. — 13 August 1873

The Fairfleld Herald. t tel 'PUBLiUUEDp * kE RY WEDVESh Ib . p C011911ton -clifornia. 'TII oLbHN STlK A 'A ILD 0On t GROWING TI19 FLEECY SAPLE, o Major John L. Strong has furnish- Y ed the San Joaquin Valley Argus t with the fallowing comprehensive statement of thb edtton crop in Mor cod, Marlposa> Fresno and Korn couh- 1 -ties: . t ON TIE MEttoi b. The crops on the Meroed River are t Inuch father advanced than at the t rio anto the past year, hnd than-any e inpoctod by Major Strong. A heavy I yield would result from all the plant Ings if unmolested by the bugs which so seriously damaged the Strong crop last year. The same crop this year would yield a balo por nore if not 9 dainaged by bugs. It has already t suffered much injury from this pet, a and they continue to depredate upon it, so that no predictions as to yield 'znay be depended upon. v TIE COTTON ceor8 ON MAnIPOSA CREEK. -QI'ho crops on Mariposa oook are I more promising than at this season I last year, when the average ...

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. — 20 August 1873

Williams &Davis, Prprietors. 1 A I~amiy Paper-, Duvotud to S c i ulic, Art, liq;;irv, Industry and Literatue ers.300m AnphAdao VOL. l~lWINNSBO0RO, 1'3. CC"r))N~ DAYN~RI~ U UT0 ~[O 1xc.IY lRN-.rT, Mr wvf n~t ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ f15Y ..W FAIRFIELD) HERALD int2 I I'ai or" iiOf'2 2iboio, Mi C3-40 b NiItvod and ;ilii F roin1 tile Alkagus~a Ci'rou iO'A & .4'lel IlI A rp on~ [ra! Ruifi'r! THai ul PIn. INn -W :.~ orisan ' ~l Ank ni 33 flutia to t--: liia 6 nL12t4: 1w 1 ,4 lur. Nui~ anvnnn31 vint~ (CUt:2 I' rS. Arp, but wahou I io.3.r'I tluo' wwti a try in har for Yolk ii, iny femi j n113 1., Etinka earriud MnU Sutr to Iho oourthouso I was on her oido beoe J got ',here ond I'm: on her Fido *Yit. iVu~n* geln ral i~i m~y 'aeIi.~and espoq~tun1.v ft N109' 1La y~~il w ,a tse )Il lc in e a: I alz~ envid a W."0 who Cold fatll. (11o aivt-.r his waife or hiR siwemiz"at zijad call lar ''1uoosy.'' It so;i rai; so mcl. icr tL114 heft. So 1671011 IMN uo S O)(bJ13 Alit y arrairied u.p hjfc Ctl t~ judoc li!;...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 20 August 1873

THE FAIRFIELD HERALL P"!blied Every Wedaoueday it. WIVNNs' uO RO, . U , BY I LTi.'l.1S <5 .) DA IS. 7hr'. Vfl -- / A )V FANCE. Oa' 0 y e> ym, - - 30 Vile .- - .1.. - 1 ('11 ha ' " - - 25 August 6th, 1873. Mfr. ANda .tr: When I left home, my understtand iig of our contract was, that I shoul Iu-i.nish you a lotter once a week, fo which you wore to forwanrd mie th "N ays' during my aUbseIco. I hIav ,paid the first instalment, and now or close th erconJ, but we murat have " fresh iunderstahding of the bargain, 'for I have nut to this date received paper or letter from any one in ou town, and can only corijecture tha the warm weather, perhaps, has pu -you all, into a stato or spirit of nom nambulisn.. Sinco I wroto you last, the visitor at this placo have increased to the ut comfortable number of thirteen biuu 'rod and seventy, and "still the conmc." Other watering placos in th mountains are inorcasing in like pro portion. Our own Stato is now reu resented by some forty-fivO to fif...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 20 August 1873

piig, goods, for tvalo t.t Ohis oio'. 101lour ! -Flotir:1- lh'4t~y & 1;ro., Atessra Wod Ystrd & ILaw havo a large .ItA of tftc cloting for salc at -11ost. pzillti4s V.Wln to Put Up fruit Vill (hu W-ll tv re, -1 M r.'I. It. -Robert. s'ouo nvri. oet M~r. le. G;~i 7 iS !,v ,t !t rcrte4l role. 1 l o..k i ng pilln I+ anly ivol asd c~ct1I.~1to 010~ ios;'ita~ity of a 'd1or-d wuli:I1(ll oi Mr. R{. j,. iiing. A ;-c~ail Avtoko k :1 ltI tt~lu fud (.1 'I'loiCc of DrI). T1. T'. 1 ubf:rztciirj Stanin jg J6,0tdi l al, thun a;l ci :00 SUIWOWC: CoXurt will Fvrulur a duocil. SCoUm. filv it wvill Iwt ill ltv':. q Cf le Mil.tvurv Sco.01.I Cul J 1'. Tholatts I!, '11,0n bi~e aCliaol it) Chmulotte oil th: l ist GUot ..o 110 will bu cissfiiitd by Gum,. 1.). 11I. .11 ill ill th 1w I.athl:c tic. v ipac r. t 1'o t. Fu~nrthzer in furoatIi ,i o, c ~ u ))y ai rc.,311!1 Col . Ti t;~z in Cil-1 A Sam ~c A\ fii 1., o i t ug tie:, at,) t a imuia~ 111illir.g fo-!ccj is the ..'' i Avili Im ing y.:ii1 'Ic two : ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 20 August 1873

The Fairfield Herald. Pt,' 8 11 END ,:V 71-'it T, vr EDA.YED.4 Y. Ojio hnudifed Iflyra. 'Al NOLI:'QJ-M Cy-.'IIyaJAN VWIOUfS U16 1t1 NtorlVavLL'H) DEBONDU INEHTY 'Uho 1,m',ncAt M itiliolaal News baft I~at. .Y ite k(.1itist ruaaarstal..-.but do. sii v, I--t~ ) thtt r.k~1. ai k' it -~.of ba'ilgi nj .1 i.0 it a ~aouaad l ot Who, Wore lito 1.1 a Iathindad ituordinag to his deviortits OtAd;a.i Ito kcatat. hard l'abor III prison at the roalvtii..or of biS lire. 'T'he )tatala ill question, ifintevot' hais real Itaiui maty be, 11an bnon known to a iniall armly otf tooa ooifivg youing aaat Rev. Houb(,n Alluuador IBor 'Bull, sk.a exoi Iat OdtleAtion, it tvl. 'Oal3 Pij~a~;aa~ oaad atttraoti ye' za1ALOINa 'ci a, *i g, fur ait'glt tianit is 11Itio . tt to the cmitaary, laij oitiro ftj, , it I ta I Io. Ho rJpori to hiave LiL. lt I ll lilat WILh Ilie pita oooa of 11. !.hiag ittittritiioaiy tIho Motpping -Ft.4et. to IX'rtaata. 11i6 early efTort 1aviitg not 81-qicotadedlhi, the way that le 'losirod, ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 27 August 1873

Williams & Davis, Proprietors.] A Family Papir, Devoted to Sciene, At nquirv Industry and LiteratureT - e WInquirR, 'S[,rmns---$300er Annum, In Advanc' VOL. IX.I WINNSBO~d, 'S. 0., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUG UST 27183 N.0 'AIRFIELD HERALD VS. YU11D18UCD WIREKLY BlY WILLIAMS, & DAVIS. #rmis.-T x iKnALD is publighed.We in the Town of Winasboro, at 3.0 * itribly in advane. f*"' A.11 transient advertisoments to said in advance. S,);tIhXry 'N'oices and Triliules $1 00-1 S-quare. MY FATHER. Who hailed me first with rapturous joy, And did not fret and feel annoy When the nurse said - Why I s7c', a boy My fhth er. Who gave that nurse a half a-crown, To let him hold me-awkward clown eficai'rse lie beld me upside down 1" Mly father. Who ne'er to out roy hair did try ' abbing the scissors in my eye, And outting every ha' away*? Mly fther. Who set me in the barber's chair, Instead, and had him out my hair 'Like my big brother's ,good and square ? My father. Who, whion i had a little fight 3...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 27 August 1873

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD. Publiinhed Ivery Wednesday at p I[NNSBORO, S. C., dIi IVIL 1; T4MS .5- .7 rIs. 1' Il)-----.14 VA N MY. asq Copy enyeear, $ 3 00 *IE '' " - - - 1200 a Tea - 2560 P 1t' S0UlliCl Security Conipttly. A great deal hals been heard ab'out ecaocern named abovo by the ieaders of tEo Raporter, "and yet thero is nothing that-thdy really know lesi about. Who compose it, where it heI its begionling, witat Iliuit-ii any, thoro is 'to its chartered ' poiirs, al[ aro matters of which we are profouudly ignorant. What the oharactor arid soopo of this Yankco C1COncr is wO gather from a card of o Colonel Williau Johnson publidhed recently in connection with tbo"',on. " troversy over the Statesiillo kail- ' rod. Tho extracts are as follows : "Tho Southeru Security Company a foreign corporation, grown in the Ningus hotbed whenco sprung the Credit Nobulior-has acciairdil in the last few years great notoriety for swallowing up the railroads built by r others, whether large or small, a...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 27 August 1873

*'o:! Old-papers, iltiAte for wrap ).ing goods, for sale at thisoffice. N ow Advertisements. J. I. Bonner.-Duo West Female Collige.. Beaty & Bro.-oots & Shoes. New Coods-John C. Squire & Co. hlo.l and Qrits-Benty & Bro. It.'J. Moak-ey*-'Neiv -Flotur. Mess. Withers and Dwight are of -fering great .iarga-ins in Dry Goods. 'Read their adverti-eieIl. D. 11. Flenniken offers for sale a fine lot of seed ryo and barley. Beaty & Blrot her have just received a superior lot of 1.al'u i ti -and ties. Death. Capt T. iirditin has met with a Fad bereavement in the death of a child on Monday afternoon. '.l'ise fwner'al sorvices were conducted at the Pres byterian Church by Rev. '(. E. Chichester, Pastor. Tobacco. We advise all lovers of the "weed'' to give Mr. John ). MeCarleya call. lMe has brought to otr oaTioe Some of "Leal's twist chewiag tobacco," which isa very superior articlo-tie finest we have seen ia loni ti', Death of Mrs. NanoEorrison. Mrs. Nancy M, orrison croarted...

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. — 27 August 1873

The Fairfleld Herald. PURLIS1HED ERY WMD.E.YESDAy. Thc (eurgia Windfall. -11ha aready-been brieily Ilon. t1. that t wq ladies of Madisoll, * - gin had fallen heir to an im, 4..- !*Q.tb in iFrance. Tle ladices , Mrs. Virginia 31. Cai p it ad ther iticoe, Mrs. Elmio~t .m.L -. at enlititled to TWI-%MaliI.LLoN', OF DOLLAIS 11W %n14aiting in France to be clainod by theso fortunate lad ices. Mllrs. Umnpbell is a widow, about seventy years ol ag. Her niece, Mrs, Chati. bers, is also a widow, aged ibout thirty-six. The vast property which timy hifavo inhorited belongs to the RlInuauilclau estate. Informiation in regard to it was received by them about three iouths since, and by the advice of a gentleman in Madison, onei: a h.w -partner of the Hon. Judah P. BHnijsamin, thoy at once wroto to the latte r at London, asking him what course to pursue in the matter. Mr. 1vijamin, after thoroughly investiga. ting the caso, wrote to Mrs. Campbell and Mrs. Chambers that thero was 'OT A QUESTION OF DO...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 September 1873

Williams & Davis, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted t6 Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. [Terms--$3 00 or Anm, i Advano VOL. 1X.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3, 18T3. [NO.1 TIlE TAIRFIELD HERALD is 111111111811Mt) WIC-W 10-Y 14Y WILLIA.MS, & D)AVIS, Teirmi. -T~Ils I-uarA i publishOd Weel inthe Towr. of Winnsboro, at $3.00 i a- srizbly in advance. - All transient advertisements to bi said in advance. ,Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 pel 0.quare. CALDlWEl:I OF SPRINGFIELD. NEW Jans.ay (1780.) *loro's the spot. Look around you. Above on tle height Lay the ltCssians encamped. By that church on (lie right Stood the gaunt Jersey farmers. And here ran a wall You mty dig anywhere and you t vrn up a ball. 'Noliing more. Grasses spring, waters run, - flowers blow Pretty much as they did ninety-three years ago. Nothing more, didl I say I Stay one mo Ient ; you've herid Of Cald well, th parson, who once preaoh ed t he worel Down tt. Springfield ?...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 September 1873

THE rAMIlELD HE RALD pltbuil.4e L ery Wye! Inmiayt' .tI WV.4 b RA0, IS. ., W~iLT T.4.E/IS ' <Mu >18. F TY 4'.|i::.--.y Ar i r VANC. sG'n ('vpy ei. yer .. .. 8 00 Tern " " " . .. :11~o .- - . . -.. - .. - , .! t Mlc tl1 I ba ll lionly, -Norl th ( rolina. Re'ven11i0 oiliials I ve reeti v beenl coiittji-g luost. ntriO m on 05 ralgls i Ve-tern North Carolin. Snmu.-t iId a ilash of indignalion throlghvut the length vini .I e-ublb of j the land, when thin pcrpra i im of Acts or 01' ne" Ss like I hmi w WI n -I goii. to relkt c are mad ke knho " to reoplo We gtilhoer our irn ion fr;m the 10 Tieduoimat Iles.e. One lD)a ver, a l\vless rev'ic ;licl 1, m it a qinAd of United S:ates so'llicrs, ': b prowling over Mc Aell (oua- uo ty, cmmittin ti h'most heilish eel.4 of violenco iii blood ! on r he 15th instant thcy arrived Wi Mari,, b rin ing with then from the uppe' ei] of the Cou'uty some parties whota t hey 1, d arrested for sme alleged viola tion of the revenu ula ys. The pri OnITS w re...

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

O- Old:papers, suitable for wra] ping goods, for sale at thisoflico. New Advertisements. . I MeAlaster & Drico-Goods Jus Opened. IL. L. Ulliott & Co.-Notice Bacot & Co.-New and Presh Gro certes. Beaty & Bro.-Nails and Axes. Muonic Meetinig-John 0. Squier Secretary. M1ore Now rocerics-Boaty' 3 Bro. Ilamns-R1. J. Mc(arlev. Citation-W. M. Nelson. RIAd Notice.i by Joul Copes. Horse Race. a Two lively old amactur scrub race ,took place 3aturday just out of town Both racas were a tie. 'The First Bale of New Cott .n. The first bale of new cotton wa sold in this market last Saturday b, Mr. Thos. L. Johnston, to Beaty Z Bro., at 16.1 oents per pound. Pubeoue. We return thanks for an invitatioi to attend a barbecoue near Jackson' .reek last Friday. 9Ve had a previ ius engagemuent and could not g out, but are inforned that it was 'perftet success. Ootton Picking Cotten is now opening rapidly, an picking has coinmeIncerd in earnest I'he recent heavy rains are interfer ing with p...

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. — 3 September 1873

The Fairfleld Herald. PULBLISMED AV Y Er.ND N A r. 0 The Cold Water Cause. SARATOGA, August W2.-The -nif- , 'tional temperance 'onvention ni't tb- n 'day, and on motion of Rev. 11. W. q Couni.nt, a grand national mas meet ii.g was ordered to be hold in Phila 'ilelphia in 1876, in connection with i the oentennial 'celebration, and th'e i lobair was dlithorised to appoint a e committee to make arrangenlents. C Eleven thonsund dollars was subscrib led by the delegates to pay the in debtodness of the national publioation tooiety. When the convention reassembled I the question pending was on t' o third i resolution, that vendors of intoxica ting liqors, or owners of premises 'Oddbpied by then, should bo bcld're-- Y '-ponbible for damages caused by inc briates, and after discussion it wias adopted. The following was also road and adopted : Fourth. That I all temperance societies advocate a u epeaIl of all Stato lleenso laws, and urge Congress to pass laws for the I abolition of the manufa...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 September 1873

Willoms & Davis, Pfoprietos.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and ~Literature, Terms---$3.00 uor Annum, I Advanor VOL. IX.1) WINNSBORO, S. CO. WEDNESDAY MORNINO, SEPTEMBE 10, 18Z3. [NO. 12 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUBISiHED WEEKLY nT WkLLLMA .IS, & DAVIs. Terms.-TInKI ir k'Lo is publishd Wec'k iitho Town of Winusboro, at $3.00 in t riably it advance. . . .. ijy- All transioat advertisents to be maidin advance. I Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 00Or S4uare. ood forliine of a confederate eterAl A Rlomance. It would appear as if a kind provi. doco had s'pe'.ially intervened t0 ,rotect 'fro in povorty, misfortune, and the other ills of life, thoso true and gallant officors who risked all in the striiggle Tor the independence of the Southern State3. We know few of them who have not improved their worldly condition since the war, or who are not iii better ciroum. stances than they ..werc pr.o tious to ,that event. It is an agreable reiloo Stion that, in ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 September 1873

FMX~SbOROa to wi .M E.NS DAVIS, Editor. P 10 Wednesday Morning, Sept. 10 1873. o" S- -- - .- .: ho Kentuoky ILu KdIx. Vo are adviseld that, a grand Ku Kiux' butit isorganising in Kentubky. ihoiro must be some cletion poding m in the bluo grass region. in The Soiool oevaintion. 01 'We he'impeed 6h 6tr'readers Oe the importance of holding aOhven- w tion of the teaebers and school-tru. cc tees of the County'to disdiss the sub. ru ject of e ducatiojn aid to devise menia ti for perfecting -the system of frbo' W shoois in our midst. Wo havo-cot. T1 suited with Comi issioner Crawfofd ei and -he has fixed tipon the third Sa.. e Utrday in September as a 'conoonient R tiuv for holding this coyfvention. Iri We therefore invite all teacheri and ro -trustees to meet in Winnsboro on P1 Saturday the 20-h September at 11( 10 o'clock A. M. We trust -there" 03 v ill be a full attendance, aud 'that a P -permanetit convention will be It *drgani'zed. We also suggest th the C Chairman of ealh board *Of t...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 September 1873

Bqw Advertisements. In Bankruptcy-R. W. Walla . Citation-W. M. Nelson. Flour and Chairs-J. McIntyre. .Assignees' Notic-S. B3.. Clownej In Bankruptcy-l. M. Wallace. India Rubber Belting-\[chlaste & Brice. % e call especial attention to th .advertimomeut of Movsrs. John ( Squior & Co. These gentleren ar preparing for an extra largo .aock o goods. Meesrs. U. 0. Desportes & Co. ad verbiso this morning fiesh arrivals 0 Auerican Candies. Give theom ca~il, Parties interested wt ill do well . t read the advortisemcnt of Mr. T. It Robertson in another column. AqothePnio0ti Diptheria his claimed another vie tim in the death of Lila, daughter o Mr. R. N. McMastor, aged two years Meroantile. The Merebants are makiig ae\lv preparations for the fall trade. Mess Elder, McCarley, A'nd Squier hav also gone on to New York. Others arc making preparations to leave. Mr It. S. Desports, of Ridge way, re terY ed yesterday. 0oinoilenio. At the recent target shooting of t6o Cliich itifle Club 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. — 10 September 1873

The Fairfield Herald. PUBLIH1D E VIACR Y W'EDWESD~ A * Beau I.llckmnai Ma, at For more than a quarter of a edn. G 'tury, dating from about 1846, one of r, the most noticeable olijects of inter. tl et in Washington was-in various 'I 'phaises otproperty and advorsity-a h singular.genius -known as "Beau lick- d uring the whole of the e period extending from the boginbing of our troubles with Moico to his m death lie was ivell known, not only to w residents bit to visitors, as the Capi. o, tol itself ; and it was his boast that lie fR lad been on terms of intimacy with si every respectble member of Con.. v. grc.i from Webster and Clay down to G the timo wlan n respectability in Von. ti -gross was the oxception and not the cc ,rule. t Robert Singleton 11ickman, hs ib u was well known, was born in Mary- a k.And abouit 1813. After a wild and i di. s;patdd cateer in all -parts of the t1 couitry, but mainly in the South, p Hickman drifted to Wash-ington, and b thero he developed a most extra...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 September 1873

Williams Davis, .rorietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. LTorms--,3 0 or Arnum, In Advano VOL. IX.] -wINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNES AY MORNING, SE Ti IEIT FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 P1UnnS11 I -:) WERKLY nY WARLLIAmus, & AiTls. Terms.-Tui [I a . , I- pulishedl Week .it tho Town or Winashoro, at 93,04 in S. triaibly in advance. Mi-- All trahiiiont advertiisements to be paid in adva nce. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 0n pur 84uare. unitlog fl. Ei.r ri lNmy\ T.A.1-: Oi no -: AND l py.. I wlite a personial l er to-day. This m1-orin1 g I met tihe imiost diis. consulate young man I Cver saw. 11is namo is Mason. lie is fromn New Yori: 110 has been in Saratogn all suimmer. H-e has seemi1ed to klow every youtg lady at the epa, and Ias boen in io melnso favorito with r.0m. Ile lii also stood a Igo' ;:.. :th the dadihing young ladic. fromil (ij Cago, the Illpsy-flopsy ginas of Oil City. lie has danced more, sat ni the back balcony longer, and in elo per prom...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 September 1873

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Pr bhth t inf.Iery w ednoeday at INN B R.., 4. , W Vi LL 7./1213s <p' I)A If.t r Y i J---1S A D VA NYO. One Copy so year, - $ 3 00 Vivo " " " - -- 1200 ton " " " - -- 66 Wonderfuil Snic of Shiort-hiornt Cottic. Th e most re markablo sale of cattle .ever made ill thig'coiintry took plhco at No w York Mills, three miles from Ution,-New York, ou the 10th instant c%Iprising the herd of Duchesi nnd Oxford breeds belonging to lion. 6t unel Caipbell. The sale-attract ed the most prominent short-horn bi ced ers of the word, including repre. r-Fnatives fromt th great grazing sco ti.ins of K,-it-tteky, - llinois, Ohio, Minnlesot'li Canada, I-4,gland andSelet hn!. About live hundred people prestit., inelnling all the A merican breeders and the following from I'ng laut J.; ight lion. Lord Skelmersdale whose seat is near Liverpool; Mr. ilaIford, of Piapillon Market H1arbor; I r. Calthrope ; Alr. Iticha rdson, who repseenitts bir Curtis .Iunpson1, of Sv.iex ; Mr. BErwick, ...

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