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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 October 1873

NEW A DVERTISEMENTS.-Read tho new advertisement of Messrs J. M. R. Moore & Co. Those gentlbmen have a well assorted stock. Pay them a onll and secure bargains. Fresh Whiskies and Oysters-Nel.. son and Refo. Dentitry- Dr. Isaiah Simpson. Report of the. Winnsboro National Bank. Great Bargainn-Lindeoker & Co. Mr. J. D. MoCarley wants Money, Mr. T. R. Robertson warns Guano Delinquents. Fasa BUr-r.-D. R. Flenniken has on hand a fino lot of Mara laLd Batter. Give him a call. WINNsSono COTTON M Antn.-For the past week 39) balos of 'cotton have been sold in t'his marknt at 14 to 15 aents. Jon PanhTIso.-Our otlo lia been fitted with all materials neoeasary for printing jobs of every description. Bill., Letterheadi, Vosters, layitation and Business Cards &o., &e. THE AUGUSTA CONSTITUTIoNAI-AltT. '-This exchange co.nes to us in a new and liandomie die:s. Both in appearance and in literary exee'lenoe it ranks among the first journals. Tion WXATua.- For sotne time past the weahte...

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 October 1873

rr i1~ c. In 4paaettwihto0 Elpats ae Male- AiesA ..* I.- e Chancelor BaeofDoawre, nha Gestaeon ad lis.9 J. in th reaof In st os. aTh 2donn propert is ocied byo J. M.laon Rderse, who Gl hrfretiet apreimna h ateijciond erldua rgtlto light and haienod i outintda eripion fo overt tw rut yesett.W~s nd bamigroun a1. nI coimmone awof Einglan, beaote b~ tDelawarseg ti76 provdided tf he inheregand ai hid btoehe. ndmi tadon adoerling fom apndy urt uni..nterupntedfo ab perido twer lty yeasd, wv iould n*eopt b wihuo ofad thero wars r~ti no satu lboterng te cbaied h po~mon la mnusti uieti in is deiin. ~ r Ework rnor Warmod , tnt'of Lu~i i ana, dwcas rshnt (on xiion, s hi~tt oud, t nth receno6 fo ove Hamphi ytea, nd mad sawn aroinusii poth inwcorh het soeo thi i elwn epeience in6 lrifoId sab thatelikopeery ohr apubliodf tmer noy yeas ad gvreat fcin fot fr s.n off as there wa anaror an~t ctrin tc ake te ommby ae mt ide hit n inolei; butisioth on Af i monns Coe asn. at upo ternodr Waermoth, o nisi ...

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 October 1873

Williams & Davis, Proprietors.] Family Paper, Devoted to Science,. Af, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. [Terms---.00lier Anhin, tn Kofanoe VOL. IX.] WINNSBORO. S. C., WFDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29,1873. iNO.19 T11 E FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PLYtItIsu311) WFICF:KLY BY WILLIAMS, & DAVIS. Torms.-ir t I(nA Li'is pulisheid Wee in Lhe Town of Winusboro, it. 93.00 1 t' lrialbly in advance. g3ijf All transient, advertisementis to 1 11aid(tlin advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes SI 00 pc S; uare. The trcat Auglust Hiurricalle. The Signal office has just cottipilot the reports of the treimeudous sturin of Augut 24, aid it prescnts a trul: feigbtful exhibi t. The reports ar; mude up from oficiol dato, the i mos reliable log books and accurate at a tis ties. It sums tip a total of one thou sand and th'irtv.two vossels -knowi t have bi on destroyed during the 21!! and 25t of August in the Gulf o St. Lawrence and around the coast o ;Nova Suotia, Cape Breton and New foundland. Ninety additi...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 October 1873

Isablisind ?Acr' VI ("fllCsdft7 At 1I1INN8B 01? , S. a, liit YPA'R1S - IN Al) V'A NCL7. Oue Copy cite yer Iont 0 'VIVO %' .1 l 11 00 li * 1,jtljI O)utrage. 11.1 r ~iy fteruioqlilat we wit j, ssd ont kei1.oects of' Cue(-f er it 0*11 1I we hit( thought lintv'i' to lie A I Ve rit w it rcectriIcl iwhik~ ladu lieb (it cowa. 344 .,. by a 114pi alleged ..uu ~~i~1.' Al~ tijicm~t2~ under S.i'ho litbd bei, 'prts'd on it waarriirnt J.lkitc .Ii 10% - d aI11,1t of olne !), ttiiT ,i tM1io'Y,' Aioth - i- Y, e 'ro ha *',1.:.h6 Ifad mlithd an afSSUU It Upon i. *.fn,6Uldin1:e to tifo Arroitslo npplqonr !Oil fit thle Tril sJ ujt~Odollou 4l) kV1kdt' b'Mlile the bon ror h ar ad. in" eVran6o. for tri...lwws bein pr',,par. 81d 1',MItid h4*0ounsel %%eile Moi~ ait UThe door ,f the[i 0~lt' CorvrIP 148l t uhjnkt reIII&f-rkd tlai.L shec wvtu tlono with Mlggtdr's 6n tier' flntaitibu, thut tli,4y gave oidi'o .much troitl14l thrit sho x11 not intdnd to have.imy. n'oro of' th' -about hier. At 'li,-' Ntlhbl flW...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 October 1873

Jon PRINTiNG.-Our oflice has beein fitted with all naterials nocessar-y' for printing jobs of every description. Bilic, Let terhead., Pusters, liiation and Busin.-si Cards &o., &c. New A ov .:nia'ti.rs. Stockhiolders ncet-ing.-C. Bouk idght Secc. .Nlasonic Mleet I)C -JAhn C. Squi:-r. Adm1 inLitatOr's6 Neuvec'--Jame .. AN illi-g. en ity rh. Isai-h "iI .. (I- w addies, )~bir Sobaibs- U. Q. DS\pr-e G o. Weu til .4pe,!lal atetion to the advertLisemnt 01f Me. P'. M1. s n in) anot h er (;.) umn.I. hen.":ed :.\ n1.1 peal atd a l'siitv Ni. Usrs-Died ofl Mit~iao on daly ni"gh1, A11ni.-, th.: elde.--t chib0 of llenty A. Gaillard lE1i , aged : ix NVP alzo lramll that.11.. . JaIr . ,'G ( Ir. dov, Io I it. ear re)paild ' i o i' toc k. 14-1 rrn.-.\I r. 1) R. F-bin h a j i ruci v.d 'I I reA lot. of 'b11 N d Buttecr. Call carly. A N i)oF 10 FO i. -\Ve vClIn thaC;ks f'or an inuuitticn to atteind Cu~mv.( an.~. I I.---The]I Up pa ss-, 1n! r tra:1in - 1o(1w Ie~ h . W iu. Oro It wiut 3 O'c lock ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 October 1873

'ne Faitefielli Werid. W ER-WEZ)WSD,4F. A Fair of Wredkillob. linterviews 11lth te president of 4ho N-tw York-Gold -Exchange and a '4bearf' weitabor, upon tbegold -quo. tion., are repottvd in the New Timesp -and afford ationgly contrabted analy. -sev of tho situation. 4rebident Ed. 'wards talks liken man who wad taking an impartial-and conprehensive view 'f the situation, while the iprofessed '-opinions Of the other are the dreary Ud''souotondts di4t of a speoulative %roaker. To talk about -probable +early ruimptioa,%.eys Mr. Edwards, -when-the quld -in our possession rep. Iresents only twelveper-eeit. of our indebtedness la'aimply absurd, and -'tke decline in the price of gold ho >attributes to two oauseq, the flapge' a bipment of spele to this country from EWugland,- and the fact that bus. nets iaaving been temporarily dopres med there is not so active' den1"' for thIe preoious metal as whon trade is brisk and merobants have to obtain rpe'io ito meet 'heir obligdtion to' ,gover...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 November 1873

s+ Williams & Davis, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art Inquirv, Industrv and Literature. [Terms---$3.00 uoi Annum, In Advano VOL-Ix.I WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5,1873. [NO. THE FAIRFIELD HERALD 1 PL 11'.iIED WEKIsY BY WiTn~AM~ns, & DAvk. T/.rmn..-Tun Il KRALD is publiliel Week in tIe Town of Winnsboro, at 83.00 in r- riably in advance. J M transient, adve~rise lo ho aild in advance. Ob;itary Notices and Tributes $1 00 per e..uare. A Irilaltnt Scheme fcr the Conquest of Mexico. The first project for tboeoaquest of Mt-xico iii our day and generation, we heard of at Apponartox Court house at the surrender. The project then, as reported, was subs.antially that thie! Federal Givernineut woulu trainder -uoh members of the Army of Northern Virginik, as might cou hetit thereto, to its service and march upon Mexico. Since tlen, annually, if tlit often. er, schenes for Mexican conquest and annexation have been brought before the publio. The late...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 November 1873

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Pb'iisfit-. Every WVeinesday at WIN8BoR1o, 'S 8V., Bv WMLLI.1AM t5' D.. IS. 'E R MS-IN AD V A NC'E. One Copy one year, - $ 3 00 VIVe .' " - 1200 Te " " " - 26 60 Water Wanted. A convention of delegates, repro. ,senting most of tho far Western States and the Territories, met in Dr'nver YJity, Col., Oct. 15tlh to considor the subject of irrigation, and to devise a iuoans by which the great expanse of rainless country between iho M is ouri river and th.e Rocky Mountains, as ell as on the lacific slope, can be brought under a system of ir igatior., so as to nia-k the saino valuable to the sections in which it lies, as well as to the GAoneral Uovernimnut, which owns the greater part of the rainloss area. Negro Prayer. A negro missionary repeated to Sir Charles Lyel), the gc !ogist, the following prayer, offered by a negio preacher at the ordination of another negro preacher ; the langungo is na terse and comprehensive as it is singular to us. .Mako lie good like he s...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 November 1873

Jon Pni wro.-Our o- ie has been fitted with all materials necessary for printing jobs of every deseription. Bills, Letterlieads, Posters, Invitation and llusiness Cards &c., &w. NEW A Dv it:TiSE1M:-N TA. \Meeting Wisboro Hook and Ladder Company-John 0. Squier, Seeretary. 1.( c and Valuable plantation for sale-Sam'l. McAlileS. Do not fail to read Woodard & L-wa advertisement. Tmi CanTI.:n.-We learn that the projuet of repealing the charter has been dropped. COToN.-At the time of going to pre:s ye.terday evenlin'r, cotton was seliiig at 10 a 12 oen's in this maike lt. A NOTllEn DEAT1n Fi"M DIPTDIEnIIA. -On Saturday, Dr. John U. Mobley lost his only child, Mamie, aged six years, fioni diptheria. ToUiNAMINT.-We learn that a tournament was held oil Thuarsday at at Iloreb, at which our young towns man, V. Ml. Hlavden, took the first prize. Coun-r WEr .-This is court week, and a number of persons are in town. The c iiniial docket is pretty fNll, and one or two eases of iiterest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 November 1873

A Boy Organist. Mozart'a first experience of a large organ was in the monastery of a little town on tho banks of the Danube. lie was then only six years old, and in company with his father had left hii home i) Salzburg, and started upon a long courso of travel. All day long they had been sailing down that majestio river, past crumbling ruins, frowning castles, oloisters hid. ,an away ainoug the crags, towering Cliffs, quict vilioges ncstled in bunnlly vialleys, and bere and there; a deop gorge that opened back from the glid. ing 'iver, its hollow distauce blue with fathoinloss shadow, and its loneliness and stillnes stirring the boy's heart liko sonie dim and vast cathedral. The company of monks with whom they had been traveling that day were at supper in the rofoetor y of tho cloister, when fathe r Mozart took Wolfgang into the 6chapel to sco the organ. And now as the boy gazed with something of awe upon the great in strument looming up in the ohadows of the great, empty church his...

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 November 1873

Williams & Davis, Proprietors-.3 A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Iquirv, Industrv and Literatire. I Torms---$3 00 nor Annum, In Advano VOL. IX.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12,1873. [NO.11 TIiP . FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PJiLISHiCD WEICKI.Y BY WILLIAMs, & DAVIS, Terms.-'Pti ir SRAI) IS publihed Week inihe oTwn of Winnsboro, at $3.00 in I siabi'y in adva'.nce. 0&0 All transient. advertisemcents to be aid in advance. Obiuhary Notices and Tributes $1 00 per 3quare. Ti'e Grctt Womlni Novelist. This subject reiinds 'o of a pri vate letter recently received from London r'specting George Eliot, whose maiden namo was Marion Evans, aid Who is now the wife of George Henry Loewes. Bho is regar dod over theru as she is here, as the first of living E, nglish novelists. Though plain, 6he is not positively liomely, as is geieralfy 'represented, and her face, when ttniiated by 'c. vorsation, is said to be handsome. Tier figure is good, her bearing grace ful, and he...

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 November 1873

1t. )MNNI P.1118, ditor. 'Y..looday Moraiig, Nov. 5, 1873. Lovo of Music, I, oat t l t a t is a great gift. Ncx -'o it is a due nppr.eialion (A musec. Our Goveinor oems peoc ."arly Mlessed in this respect. Foi ioo ho lIm been luxuriating ir I C WS. Inl 01nter to gratif'y his c ' d tal o ho emoploycd th< -. ont po.,I hand in Co!:imbia to qj. I u 1 n111 ice a week, it is said, T %Y ig sever ty-five dollars Co r ca' b1 Qce:.,ion. Now theso miiicians must bo paid, and for this purposo a obech hias been drawn by Iis Excelloncy on tho cortinenciit fund for a thousand dollars. Wo have no oljection to ce th . baud p eid. They fully car the mnflhiey. Nor do wo oljoet to the Glov. ernaor paying his dobts. It is what very honest inan thould do. BIl in paw ing your debte, ho careful to u o your owin money. Tho confusior ot' ideas pre:vajiling het weon 4Aum e t117m has14 sent ma ia ever follov t th pelitCtialry. If IIs ExcOlleciao continuo to gratify li, lovo of Ilush by drawing on pub!ic mon...

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 November 1873

Jon PnINrIN.-Our office nas boon fitted with all materials necessary for printing jobs of every description. Bills, Letterheads, .Posters, Invitation and Businers Cards &d;, &c. Cor-rd.-At tho time of going to press yesterday o~eeging, qptton was .-solling at 10 a 11- oeits in this market. Nr.w ADVEI'n-rme-:NTS. See Shorifl's Sales. ..oad Withors'& Dwight's adver Masonic Meeling Thursdny night. .E xecutor's Nvtico-J. W. Coleman. .Monthly Colle.-tions--T. ft, RoLert; iCitation.-W. Al.esonl. Ort at lilar gaimii- landecker & Co. Prollipt settlenent required-T. R. Roberston. FoR S'LrV,-We call attention to the advert soment of a very desirable tract of land. See advertisement. . RuNivAx.-Th.mere was a lively run. away in town on ,.ruefdlay. A wagon ,was upset and a dr'ver spilled, but 1 no serious damage. PosroaN.-Thle uee.ing. of the Stockholders of t.h'C. .Q. & A. R. i.. is posponod until the 21.4 , inst. Ilence the stockholders will not havo tho chance of visiting...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 November 1873

4111111 -I t .1 ERYr JYEJ i) xvj sn4 Y. The house ofSpraguc was started I sixty years ago by the establishlinent. I it s aiuall way of print works. Tioso grow from year to year in sizo and im. t portanoe, and under the maingement of the he older A masa and Wiliimn Sprague they wore brought to a high state of perfcution, so that tihe Sprgie .brund of calico became favorably knOwn from end to cnd "of the oouutry. Tho elder Spragucs diod and loft the pioporty to Amasa and William the younger. The .prirt works:yiolded an immornso reveun", and it was tihe ambition of William to devote all the surplus earning to the extension of tihe name and enter yriso of the family. In -thi purposo of his life brauched he out in the MANAFAoTUnE OF IIOUREIOES, -of horso nails, of ploughs, of calorio engines and various industries that added greatly to the reputation of tho houso for enterpriso, and also to the prosperity of the State. In truth take away from Rhode Lland the two houses of the Browns and ...

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 November 1873

ams & Davis, Proprietors.] A Family Pape, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature, [Terms---$3.00 ter Annum, InAdvano VOL. IX.] WINNSBORO., S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19,1873. 'NO. 2 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 PUIILISHIED WEEKLY nY WILLIAMs, & DAVIS. Trms.-THs llanALD is published Week Jb the 'town of Winnsboro, at 911,00 in t sriably in advance. ip All transient advertisements to be ptid in advaneo. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 per sluare. Fasion Gossip for the badies, All persons who have a present or rospective interest, in weddings or balls are notified that white kid gloves are no longer imparative. Pale shades of blue rose, lavender) straw and peorl color are preferred, and three buttons take precedence over four or muore, Much time and attention are now devoted to the AD'ORNMENt' OF THE TIRoAT, whose beauty has too long been ignor. ed and neglected. For many years linen collars disfigured the softest and roundest outline by their harsh pr...

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 November 1873

T HE FAMi 1P.D HERALD triiaihai T;er ve'Ineaydo at W';;M, H 9 r . C', 1'ill MS .1 .t >\ANC9A y Ou- COPY Q; 300 Viv o ' - - - 1200 ren ** '' " - - 2660 e Aai 41 an Chrotte~ 'i my3 T 2560de Wdintn e Y ~d i uniilg low one day last. e* (1k il, t)p a evortedl fail uro of 13a;.;ua Hrga. Not tiat. s ucl a haeluro al -a' at-d ' 11-said social world hin 'dI'a '.for'*t o clah rm ing queen .if n fi ynU, Vi4 et +1n m*e;na c r her distinguished father the It! 1!:i - l ' ice, 6od giving up b- r pria '.3 I' ln ai ibe city, h~ arl.u . n i at le fier's latuvait. aa idence . r m t'ire i a-es ai out v !,- I i;;;denburg road. T I is 1 -y, , whogeo heart, was ke by th deaeth a- -1 - s - , ;1; -n.-d deb ar to Ieri: ti. C ealO1) ':d a.1 r 1;i enjtion to give -ip the Vp ina : "-i o ae hase made 3o r'erl :dart celliraited, arnd devote ers It to fle dometsitc carcs fnd the privae dties of ier life. But we a aki--w i lh't one caniayt so rendi ly ada' a tharono or throw atido a crUN Il, :I' that after the f...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 November 1873

Naw ADvVnTIhEME *. Lumbey-Apoll lro. IVinnsboro Hotel-A. A. Morris. Fourth Arrival.-V.Q. Desportes & C6. )Ba'rgains, Bargo ns-Moblastor & Brice. Notice-LJoel Copes. Stock-holders' Mooting-C. Bauk. night, Seo'ry. COTToN.-At the tle of going to press yeterday evehing, Co ton was selling at 11.1 a 12:1 cents in this market. A PoPLEx.-Hon. Juse . - land was stricken 'do* by a fit 'of iW6p'1exy, fait -Siturday. W'o .are ''lad to iearn that the Judge is im. reving. TiE ORANDCENTRAI..-This Hlotel under the supervis ion of ! r. Jno. 1). MoCarley, is gaining reputation daily. Mack knows how to "keoe a hotel." Post offio h1 ls be'en remeved to the commodious rdbr arranged for it in the now Thespian Hall building. The room is in nearly the same place as was oo, cupied by tkhe.old Post Ollce. GIN flousxE IURsED.-IV' regret to learn that the gin-hontse '6f Mr. U1. Heins, near Ridgew'ay' was destroyed by fire on Suntlay evenitig last.. A quantity 'f'choice seed was consum ed ; loss about ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 November 1873

rha Eairfleld Herald. PUBLIS.3D -E VI~R Y WEDA'ASD4 A 1ill Arp on the Panik. "EvnVDoor OR To DO 1IP3S ViZRt Bgs'r I% CAm." M a. Nuvi--Sur-In these tryin t in. c I th-ink 'e'vory maz -ort to do the very best he can. 7Geprgo Wyatt taisw for my views upon the situation trld thats-ezaktly what I told him. Saya q, "Gcorge, do you go home to yuur thalh house and do the very best %. - toan." George seemed 'to u-rder ,tand m-e and 'inaae tracks for his t-ivern. IDe'll cum out all right George will. Whnq possums get socce he can lite on koon. Tho main ishoo iu th-iscrisis sene to be a little di'fikulltsy 'in exchangir the produkts of the -country. Evry body say. tc're is a plenty of evry thing-buit theres no money to keep it aoovia.. Sum foaks who used to cred it ri;;ht smart are now ruin the cast bkeddle, which amonts'to a regulat blockade. I shou*d think a lunial would know that its -the worst time it the world to begin L cash systen when there- aint re cash. If evry body would swap round ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 November 1873

Williams & Davis, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industrv and Literatre [Terms---$300 er An m h n VOL. IX.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 26,187$. Til14 FAIRFIELD HER ALD l" I'VI-I.I.Sill-:n \v1-:A.:IMY nly W M2 l~ M A M, & D~ ES in the11 T.)%% r W1mor iliiI ot ) , itt C3.00 in " All tinsicut adivcrtisemeios to c p aid int ati ice. Obitu ary Nutioces and Trilues .$1 00 per 8a-iae. "Oil to Cuba1i." T H E K 1,NTUCK Y V. I lIlt I0. There is (if course great exeiticn cnt in all the chief cities, partinbl,y in New York and New Orlcans, over tlie bloody cws of the lat t .o kor three days which has como to us frotn Cubi. 'ho truth is the linited States an. thoritics have ahways played the part of spies aid fools with respect to thie 1ilibui sters who, from time to time, have 5et their plans for li but ating th Queon of the An:illes. We ow0 th'e 'Vehnical law of nationi ntch ; we owo it strict ob.servance where the interests of civili...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 November 1873

WInNUSBOR O. M 4. MEANS DAVIS, Editor. Wednesday Morning, Nov. 26, 1873. Thu Taxes The taxes, as we.-have shown, will amount, tandor, the proposed supply, bill;: to $2, 040, 'of which' Viiir. Mfield's-share 'will be about ninety thousand- dollars. But knowing ones Trobkosykthat the supply bill is only tax to pay the interest on the debt will be taoked on, making tho vholo levy at least 25 mills,'and the t4x of this County $117,00., -.Thdra, ap use disguising the focb; this onor maous amount cannot -be raied in Fairfleld. ''h roney'ls not bdr. Some few may be *ibleto.pdy their taxes, but the farmers,-already uined by the disastrous result of the cotton .crop will simply'hravenothing toineet the demands of the 60icial cormo rants. This-tx, in the face of the panicis the culmination of -All the acts of robbery and oppression of which the Radical ptrty has bdon guilty. The tax 'payers'hiaive tore tofore borne outrages patidntly. Tlhe, present administration went 'into office last year. ...

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