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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 November 1873

Jon IIINTING.-OUr offioo las been fitted with all materials necessary for printing jobs of every desoription. Bills, Letterheads, Pos.tQrs, favitatiou and Business Cards &c., &o. Naw Avv2xntri;nM.:w'rs. R'leoutor's Sale-J-Is, G. Johnston: Masonic Meeting-J. C. Sjuier, Sc. IHa us-R. J. McCCey.. Citation--W. i. Nelson, Judge P. ulbate. Money Wated-It. J MoCat Icy. xecutor's Notico-Julhn Mc!;ur kin. New G.oods cheap for onsh-.ohn C. Squier & Co. Co ros. -At the timo of goiig t6 press. y'terday evening, cotton. was selling at hle a 13 cents per, Pound Connei-jo.-The citation of the creditors of L. U. Joliqk, dee'd, is on the 8th 7)ecmnbor ne::t, and nut Oiwn .us ! diri:ro ! -Levers of tlie bivalve 't'.1(uld hear in mind that Messrs. Gilbert and B.c. receive fine -Norfolk Oyrters every Tuesday, Thursday, unnt Saturday. To be ob. tained at their Rtestaurant. ( WO call attentiona to the.qi4vev 'ti.ement this porning of a valueltble piece of property in one of the best localties...

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 November 1873

fho Fairfid jia LVULI18b 1) E, P'iA r 1 A'E1'1 . Th-CPIblir PR1iNnig Jib. Ve extract thelf-dlowiug jobarks on thie printing Job tin r Cidfore tibe Logislature, takes (avimi 01h, C.,Iuw. ilia crIrS'pondoiece of- th News And Convtrir. Thet- Iluse is now iMM E r rVIA s Ly ON TI I fi, at.d I must-say that altbough khey dipislayed a comnts 'dable desi-re in thi disCUss.ion of aid nction npou (h1o bill to mako appropriations to pay the cxpenes of the extra-sessign, -to act ilmose pr udently inl v6ting" .nwfy -the leo'ple's Imolney, )et they exlibited a wcaness upont one pnt~s ,whioh 'is abrinng and which ierits the sever eat repieliensi.ion. Tih o'Lfl orginally conatempl-atEd the a. rol'ltnuon df $385.000, divided as t,1fovd.: lOne hundred and fifty thsraiints dollirs for tihe payment of the monacors and 'em ployces, one Isudred thosa'nd dol lars for outstuanding pay certiflcates of last session ; thirty-five thousa'nd dollars for ountingent expeunses of the Seivite, forty thousand doolla...

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 December 1873

Williams & Davis, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Scislh6, Ait Inquirv, Industry and Literture. [Terms---$3.00 'er Annum, In Advance VOL. IX.] WINNSBORO. S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER ,1873. [NO. P FAIRFIELD HERALD Jd PU iu4t/l- 4D Wi.Y 1BY WILLI.AA MS, & BDAVIS, Termtv.-Tit It iuu %m) is published Week hi I ie! Tonia or vintsborj, at 13.o0 in ri riably in; ad!Jance. g'*j All trainsient advertisenients to be p id inl advalce. Obitry Notices and Trilutes $1 00 per S jnare. The I'oitseit Pikthire. T LAND FoRD LI.ANTATION, N ::wiarIlnut Co., Nov. 14, 1873. L'ddor I /oe. , That proud and beautiful ine.tent of A:ei iean histo ry, 8o familiar to every school boy, the uifurling of the Amirican flag in the City of Mexico before an enraged hbd threatelilig populae, W1hos stor miy wave hecnam parayzed at it s display, would be as insigntileant a Seguey of the pa-t ats it would be iu diffrent, but for the participaition of on1e 4f Ca Iliina's illijtrious son, the 11.. Jt ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 December 1873

TH-E FAIRFIELD HE R/LD Publihibed 11very Wenuesda7 at. BY WTJIL L4 AS & DA- S --0 T E R.1f--IN AD VANCE. Ow- VIpy Onte yeatir, - . $ 3 00 Five " ' " . - - 1200 Ten n " "9 . - 25 60 lItets frm Coldtbtu. So far it is evident that the Senate Las been inclined to favor overy claim against the State, whether bot.e.t or dihonest, whieli is pro sentod as tolerably Atuthenticated ; and that body is tho main stay of the 'C 31nT moli.i" PIONTINU AA. HANGESMENT. 7ffh Ii they reduced the amount in the uppptopriation bill for the expan. su of thto extra suoiont frou $50,000 to $25,000 for printing, on the second 1ret.ding,.yot-on the third -readidg the $50,UU was roinstated. -I- plain as the no.sO on a mian's faco,-to uso the homely expression, that tho Sonato is outiiely bought ip in the interest of the Republiaan Printing Company. The Democ ratic members, Donaldson, Dunn, Duncan, Joter,-Koith and oth. ers, nmaty oppose, and -do opposo tira pi inting cilims, 'but they pass never th less, an...

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 December 1873

JOB PnINTIN.-Our ofile has been fitted with all materials necessary for printing jobs of every desoription. Bills, Ltterhe'ado, Posterm, ihvitation and Business Cards &o., &c. COTTON.-AtthU timo of going to press yesterday evening, cotton was selling at 11 a 131 oents phr. ponne. OC.oTuL N.-Messrs Dannonberg & Co., are receiving very hat.dsome oldihing. Givo them a call. Hoos.-Several oar loads of [Toga arrived in town on last Thursday. Tey arc 'selling 'at six and a half cents grosp. AcCmnENT.-We learn th t a col ored man, Pete'r'Gadden, was burnt to death with his house near Doko, ast Thursday. \e have 'heard do particula'ra. - SAL. DAy,-Monday was salo aay, and soveral pieces of property were ,ditposed of. Land sold at good prices. Real estate is a good iuvestinernt dur i'g the present times. FinE,.--About 2 O'clock Sunday norning Mr. W. S. Rabb's wood-house wao discovcr'el to. be on fire. The 'alarn was sotnded and the firemen were quickly. on the spot, and suc eeod'...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 December 1873

fhe Fairfleld Herald. PUnLiS1.I D )VERY WENS Y Diptileriti. A physidian of distingusiod ability gives us the following fiets concern ing this much dreaded disease : 1. In its naturo, it is not a local affootion, 0 il usually supposed, but. loonstitutional, -pervaiing tho blood 'of tle whole system before it makes its appearonco in any part ; it is of a -naturo kindred to erysipelas, and though epidemical, is not, strictly peaking, infCetious. 2. Its most manifest ayinptom is a false membrane, of a white color, whidh forms upon rind around the tonsils, near the palate, and which it thickens and extends, unless elicked, until the patient dies from suffoca. 'tion. This false membrano is. how 'ever, not confined to the throat, but may sonetimes be Feen) upon the hand, or arm, or any other place where the skin has been removed. 3. Among the cautions to le ob served are the following . Avoid all medicines and modes of treatment which shall exhaust thO t reigth, arId be careful not to inju...

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 December 1873

-~ow t~ L _il_ irDiitA _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ t- b Williams & Davis, Proprietors.] X Family Piper, tevoted to Scien5b, Art, Inciirv, Industry and Literature. [Terms -$3.00 uer Annu, i A anor VOL. IX. WINNSBONQi S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1873. T I I K FAIRFIELD HERALD ic Ptniirsil wE.:KLY nY WIILL.MS, & DAVIS, Term.t.-Tt r It IMAMn is pu~bheel Yjek inthe Town of Winnsboro, at 13.OO in 1 tri'lyi in advai~nce. "All tran 4ent advertisements to bo Obituary Notices and 'ributes $1 06er Square. The SlumtbIlng lilock of Pol ygnamy. At the outstart of Congress the question of Utah iffairs will ari, (in the ad mission of Cannon, the Mormon Delegate, to a seat in tho flouse of Represcutilt ives. Cannon is a polyg. anuiat. le has four wiveo, and, it is said, was selected by ri'gIaw Young to represent the territory in.. oder at once to bring Congressioial actiun 0u! the eubjot of polygamy to a test. Cannon is a shrewd, keen mon, apd C known to be one of Brigham's :ost t trusted...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 December 1873

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Published Every Wednesday at WINNSBORO, . C., nr WILL4 rs. &. nAyf. TERNS-IN AD VANCE. Ono Copy one year, - $ 8 00 Five 4 . " - 1200 wona " " - - 2660 A Terrible Predicament. Max Adeler vouches for the truth or the following : Slimmer really deserves pity) for it was certainly rough on him. IlIe was going up to Reading the other day, and when he reached the depot, he happenel to look into the ladies' room. A woman sat there with a lot of baggage and three children, and -wheui she saw Slimmer, she rushed at him, and before he could defend him self she flung her arms about his neck, nestled her head upon his breast and burst into tears. Slimmer was amazed, indignant, confounded : and -ero he conild find utterance for his feelings, 1 1 o exclaimed : "0, Henry I dear Hlenry I We are united at last. Are you well 7 Is Aunt Martha still :alive ? Haven't you Ion yod t. see .your own Louisa?" And she looked into Slimmer's face, and elung to him, -and smiled through h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 December 1873

Dr,.TrH o Mn. JAMINS IAIIVEY Samnl' .-A nother printer has passod away to his long res t. James 11. Smith died in W iunaboro of consump. ti-m on the 4.1h instant. Mr. Smith was born in 1839 atind was in the U5th year of his ag,. At the age of' 17 yeals ho entered the oiied f the PW IIER vt s : au a pp-etico, and served out hit full time. 1a 1861 he enter Cd the ar my, a nd served in ('o. "D,'' (kh Icet. S. C. lI fititry. But the hud.ibip; ef wmr we:e too great for his. lhe.1te constiutition, i.d he was disiaared .jUvl the close of the War he Lte,.tumite.1 hi is Vide. For a Ilon-: tun he wasv " a p )r opI Iicto o f the 4 Chrl.tte Oc-,tver, but, his feeblte beaith eCo lle".1 1111m to red lllinquis colitrol Of it. A fter iceruiting his helth1,he1, wih tMr. *ObOe 6eigle, foiudi the lO.col (N. (.) Pogr, at att nhii wc i y. Ilia strength aggon fiiiing, ho dibposud of his inter crest ; miN hng that. hi, cud was dravWin vig2h, titermin(d to spend I cii)n days in Wint. hlob. At t Ih re.-i - ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 December 1873

The Fairfield Herald. P'Untis13iem5 EVE RY W A'CSD.d F. 'Two Boys iud TWo ights us any Or (inaury Afcloin. William M.-Tw-ted arose erarly or NoLday inl hsis clI in thte penitentia :ry. 11 iasd pa.sod a slejpless night and hi ceany shar ed face was ver .pIst. 110 put on li.; stripped pant a loone, jacket, and cap, anld % hen thi cell door was opened b stoped ou into the corridor and hopelessly glau< ed around. lie kept his cell on Sur day, bitting on his cot all day. A Biblo and several books wert given li, but he did no attempt to read them. lIis oni .isitor Was him sonl (enl. Wil. Al Tweed. The young nin tried to 1) calml3 ill his fathers pres11ec, but i could iot restraiiiin his tears. Th i wretoled fat her bowed lhis head an answered iir low tonIs when thu so bade him ha4ve courae. 1''ho partin was even oto re alfecting than tn th .previous dtay, and alter the cell doo was closed the-Boia stretehid hima scolf of out on his tot overe'u.o wit emotion. The only fu roiluc in tit c...

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 December 1873

Williams & Davis, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industrv and Literature. [Terms--$300 or Annum, In Advance VOL. IX.I WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 17, 1873. [NO. 16 FAIRFIELD HERALD 8 U)'U nIl S wII) IV J:lEI LY 1Y V'11L1A1S, & AVIS, Termne.-TaTni I! UnU is pnmii1hl Week in I i Town o' winubor1, at MA3.O0 in ' friably in dvane.. Iy" All tranisient, advertisenilts to bte P kid4 il ad41V1110. Obittuary Notice.s and Tributes 81I 00 per e.juare. C ittiil Fry. INCIDENTS OF Ii H C r IN Till.*. CONFIDURATE NAVY. -A correspondent of the Baltimore Gazetto Coln t rib Ittes tle flo(wing brief acuount of Caipt. J os, pih Fry, the late commander t thi'. Virginius: "'F'rum a lew tuonths intilmt1e ae quaitaitnce with him duriniig our ivar 1 gatheredl fromk his lips a few inei dents of his life. lle was t-orn in Florida, and se rved many years in the Uniteld States n'avy ; froml1 th le latter hto reigIned to joinl the Con. federacy, in which...

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. — 17 December 1873

ThE FAIRFIELD HERALD I'ublished Every Wed nesdak7 at WVNNSBR O, S. C., TI 11 R.WS---3 A I VACI.,S 0n Iopy one year, - $ 3 00 n Five - -- 1200 A n" " - - 2560 tj .Mr. Charles P. PlhC/aim, Coltbita, S. C. h DEAR Si : Certain 'of the friends C of the late Dr. ILBorde have suggest- I ed to we to initiate a movement, hav. t Aing for its object the erection of a lonumient over his - gravo, by con tiibutions from those who were as, 11 Oociated with him in different reli. lions in the S.nuth ' Carolina College, from the period of his connection with that institution as professor, in 1832, to the date of his death. A subscription of one dollar, oach, l)y those who were in collego between the periods above montioed, would raise a sum sufliciont* to provide a monument worthy of his illustrious chan racter. I trust it will not be regardod in. vidious wYhen'I say that, amndg aill the distinguished and learned men t who have graced this vonorablo in. i Stitution, no0 one of jheu was more 0 univer...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 December 1873

Jon PalNT" .ur offie h been, fitted with. 1 - materials necepsary for printing 0Y.Mof every degoriptsion. Bills, Letterhe~de, Posters, Ivitation and Business Cards &o., &a. NSw ADVEaTISEMIRTA. Citation-W. M Nelson. Shoriff's Sale-L. W. Duvall. Cheap Goods--Dannenberg '& Co. Express nottv-8. K. MoDonald. Attention airfield Fire Engine Company-Juhn- C. Squier. Meeting of the Stockholdero of the Winnsboro National Bak-Sam'l. B. Clowney. . Public Sale.-John 1senhower. Sheriff's Sales.-L. W. Duvall. Notioe.-A., Pettierow. Christmas G 'oods.- D. Lauder dale. . %. : ' , Marked Down.-Landecker & Co., Sheriff's Sale.-L. W. Duvail. Administrator's Notice.-John J. Neil. Dannenberg & Co are con stantly receiving new goods fr-m Now York and Baltimore Markets * 0:)- Trade for the past few days has been more brisk. Cotton is coming in. Dit. JUNE.-Died at the residence of Mr.John E. Peay last Wednesday morning-aged 80. Y1- We learn hat the final exer. oisps of M1t. Zion 'iool .1...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 December 1873

The Fairfield Herald. PU(B LIsif'iD E T'Er T WVJYCSD./1Y. "A ilitte More sleep." It lifts been considered not, beneath the dignity of Field- Marshal the Duke of Wellington to hold rank among tho philosophers of the bed ; and, as nobody know that he had ever delivored himself of an axiom or maxin illustrating bed doctrino, one has been stolen for him, and his grace has been made to Pwear it as if it were his own. " 'When a nan turns in bed, it is tino for him to turn out3 as the Duke of Wellington used to say !" So we are told, as if the Gold tmarshal were always sa3 ing it.. Now, the pirase was a favorite one with our early arch bishopis, and it was proba, bly not original even even on the lips of the very earliest of the pro. lats to whoin it has boon assigned by the Doui of Chichester. The earliest illustration of the evils of lying late in bed, which some of our older people used to re ceive when when thoy wore children, cane to them from Dr. Watts. Who has not heard of the famon...

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. — 24 December 1873

Williams~& avis, 'Proprietr.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Sciehb, Art, inqu r du nr-nAdvance VOL.' IX.] WINNSBORO, S. O.,' WEDNESDAY MORNINGr )ECIMBER 24 187 [NO. FAIRFIELD HERkD 'fi PUnIiAI.I D WEE'IKLY nY WIIAIAMS, & DAVIb, Terms.-Tns lhcarAn is pubhblied Week see in the Towi Qf Wi'n'nsboro, at,'3.OO inl Pa t triably in advance. A&i Alt translent advertisi*nents to be O p id in advanco. , ,, au 6 lt ury Natioes and Tributes $1 00'pr w a at low ie It up with Her in the Oldelt ,euI Time. p. he was erpeot.ing him sunday Pui nright; the parlor eurtains we're down, for the old folks notified that it was heal-, 4 1hy to go to bed ut eight o'lolck, and stal Johnny bribed with a oent to permit all, himself to be tucked-a*ay at suudown.f bly He sneaked up the path,-one eye on the 'the dog and the other watching the' bro "old man," who didn't like him any l7 I too well, gave a nint knock at the, in I 'oor, and was opened, and he was all escorted into the -parlor. 'H said he the c...

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. — 24 December 1873

THE FAIRFIELD HE RALD Published Every Wednesday at -INNSBOIjO, S. C. nr 0 TERMS-1 AD VANCE. One Copy one year, - - $ 00 vivo " - - - 1200 Ton I " * ' 0 -orrible Acct dent. 'A horrible accident occurred on' the Northeastern Railroad ou Thurs day evening. The head of a colored man named Moston Washington, about fifty ytars old, and residing'in Morrisstreet, was ground off by the wheels of a car, -and a colored man ainmed Benjamin Mills was painfully injured in t he ja w - and hands. 'IT Men were ino twagott drawn -by two mules, belonging-to County Commis sioner V. II. -Thompson, and wore on their way to the city, about dusk, from where they hind been working on the State road. One of the rurvivora says, that two freight tra-ins wore coming to the city : one'on the South Carolina Railroad -and the other on -the Northeastern Railroad. The train on the former road passed just ohead of the wagon, which had a lot of loose wood in inl it, besides the inen. Shortly afterwarils, the trrin of ...

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. — 24 December 1873

JOB PilNTINo.-Our office as been fitted with all matdirbils necessary for printing jobs of every'description. llills4, Letterhends .I rsters, Invitation and lRowiness Cards'&e., &e. IIoLIDAY.-Owing to the Christ. Inas holidays there will be no.ilsue of the "lHEaAT.D," on next Wedneedt. Nrw Avi-:nrMIN'Ifrs. Sheriff's Sae.-L. W. Duvall. Vinnsboro National Bank -S. B. Clowney, Cashier. Masonic Meeting-Jolin C. ' quier See. .To all those interested-J. W. McCreight. Egg I Eggs ! !-R. J. McCarley. Just Re'eived-D. R. Flenniken. Notice-Simon McIntosh. Just lteceived-13oaty & Rro. Sale of personal property-J. W. Boliek. New Idea Saloon-K. C. Tim.. Mons. Eos.--Alssrs. Bacot & Co., an'd It. J. McCarley have on hand a full supply of Eggs for the Ch istmats IHolidays. Pnuenberg & Co., received a lot of fine goods yesterday. * O 4* 11. N. Obear Esq., has been dppointed by Judge Bond,'bh' of the Commissioners of *he United States Courtbfor'Souih Cidrolina. NoTICE.-ir. John A. ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 24 December 1873

he Fairfield Herald. PUBIiSIV'A EKEB !Y -W IV I).A "ISJ) A Y. (Co rrc ndOGuirJunl A lacy Joke. I W T wM F.WINo, 0 F rCk 4A.9, A RAv ING AiuoltirTioN1'% WAS Fol(;ED T lilY A NUERO Gil.. V. B. I ' q., of E"Aster 'Kentuoky, is iosponilehfor*1xln followvs : - 'During th'e troubles of bleclin Kanisas, in tlie year 1857, I moved t Leavouwartb, taking With mo n negr boy and gil, tle latter a sprigtizl nlurse abouC fifteen veiUrs of agi There I fori:cd the.'aerpuint a l Aco. Tom Je."ring, th<n IIa onitg yerlike myself, and fired with a p1 triotio ai der to make Kansas a fri State as I was belt (u accom plishir the cout rrtry result. Tile line, . bi tween the pro slavery mien an3d U t bolitioinist s was closely drawn as r, speoted both our soci 1 and p, litic relations. Totn at tat Time -too'k livi'ly 1an11 active interest n behl:df the free State cause ; he has clang sinco then, end imay be it is wrong I .visit'tle sius of hisr) ounger nihot on his maturgr yqurs, but the ane dote is too ...

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. — 7 January 1874

Williams & Davis, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industrv and Literature. [Terms---$300 ner Annum, In Advance VOL. IX.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 7,1874. [NOA8. THEN FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUnLISHED WEEKLY BY WILLIAMS, & DAVIS, Terms.-Tu H[uRALI is pub)ished Week in the Town of Winusboro, at 63.00 ill e eriably in advance. Agg All transient advertisements to be p aid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 per square. A Model Senator. There is one dibtinguis.hed gentle. man now sitting in the Senate of the United States the value of whose oath and conscience can be estimated from very complete data. The lobby may predicate of him with perfect safety that while he will, under all circumstances, take everything that ho can get, he will also take any thing rather than nothing. We refer to the Hon. John J. Patterson, Sen ator from South Carolina, some strange facts in whose biography we presented recently to our readers. A...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 7 January 1874

It. MEANS DAVIN, Editor. Wednesday Morning, Do. 24, 1873 The Bankrupt Laws. The hot hasto with whiclh the House of Representatives rusihed i rough the repeal of these laws, in. duces tho suspicion that some indivi dual hardship or some particular -odious feature of the laws, must ne tuate this action. We hope that the -U. S. Senate will be more deliberate in their action. Tle financial crisis, from which we are just emerging makes this a most inopportune time for the repeal of the Bankrupt Aots. Thero are features that might bo amended. Fourteen days non paymnt of commercial pa. per, and the involuntary stifferiig of judgment ought not to be causes of Bankruptcy. Exemptions ought to be uniform, and expenses of proceed. ings less. Let proper amendments be made, but let the Bankrupt Laws be a per. manency ; like in England, where a permanent system has existed since 1842, a system too of which ours is almost a copy. The half Mill Tax, Wo see by the Treasurer's notice that tht the half...

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