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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 7 January 1874

JOB PRINTIN.-OUr oflice has been fitted with all materials necessary for printing jobs of every description. Bills, Letterheads, Posters, Invitation and Business Cards &o., &o. NEW ADVEKnTISEirNTS. Tax Notice-H. A. Smith, County Treasurer. Sheriff's Sale-L. W. Duvall. In Bankruptcy-San'l. B. Clow noy, Assignee. In Bankruptcy-R. M. Wallace, U. S. M. Sheriff's Sales.-L. W. Duvall. See the advertisement in another column of the Pacific Guano Com, pany. 0::-Taxes are high-those can be reduced by IMMIGRATION. *- If the Ku Klix tax is collect ed it will realize $2500, for school certificates. We advise our friends having these certificates not to part with theni too easily. r4- The couutry is ablnop-it can be awakened by IMMIGRATiON. Gentlemen coming to our office to write advertisements, will do us a kindness by leaving our pencils where they find them. We cannot afford to lose our pencils and wait on them a year or two for pay. Now that the farmers are pre paring for another yea...

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. — 7 January 1874

The Fairfield Herald. PUBLISE1.D IVERY WEDJVSD/Y. A Down-East Tar's Victory. In a lecture recently delivered in -Boston, Mr. John L. Hays related as an anecdote of the revolutionary per iod the story of the whipping which King William IV. received from a Portsmouth sailor-boy. Nathan Lord, afterwards a prominent ship master of Portainuoth, was a lad of one ,of the privateers.captured by a Brit ish frigate. One day a young mid :shipman came near the prisoners, who were having an airing on dock, and spoke suecringly of "the rebels." Young Lord, being a lad of spirit, retorted : "if it were not for your rank sir, I would make you take back -that insult." "No mutter for my rank" said the gallant though arro gant young officer ; "If you can whip -me you are welcomo to do it." The challenge was eagerly accepted and the two had a regular sailors' set-to. The Yankee was victorious, and the Eng. -lishman acknowledged himuself boa ten, and shaking hands with his oppon ent said: "You are a bra...

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. — 14 January 1874

4tQ Williams & Davis, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industrv and Literature T$ vo.1 x. WINNSBO RO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUAb Y 14,1874. FA1iRIJELD) hER ALD S ula.IS NinI Wr :K1.Y nY I!,:R.AN:, & DAnsL'j. T , -- T :. h . publise.1 Week inta'i >wni of windr t$.0i hi:ry~ N o.~ie and 'ribilies '$l 00 per Li!I, IIlIg E.:she.. n-l1 fires -in Philadelphia and A nejw election will probably be O iureo ill IJ-1faulianl. llnry ChuvS & CO., have resumed They will pay dollair for dollar. A party of roughs asauelod a printing office inl I luntington, ll., and wero kicked out.. The dcisiol of Judge ]uRted, decitring "future" cot.tou contracts il legal, has been reversed. Stepu;Ies il Conigro.s opposed the Ci vil iliights l'ill as unlconstitut in . Ransicr replied, and Flliott will re ply abho. Co.greVss isighling over tie Sup. phbIl.- tal Civil Rights Bill. This l'ill, it is said, if pasCt, will amount I '-to no ling."' R,portI z show a 'ecre...

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. — 14 January 1874

V9 IN N SOOR O. R. MEANS DAVIS, Editor. Wednesday Morning, Jan. 14, 1874 Memphis, 'We thke the follow irg extrac 'from a letter written from Iemphis -and published in the Pliladelphia Presbyterian. Our readeri will be -pleased to hear how a Northerni man talks about one who is well known in this community, where ho spent his early life, the Rev. W. E. loggs. "The money sent. to Mieniphis in her hour of deep distretis and ned by the charitable hearts North, fromi al most every town, and hamnlot, and -village in the Union, hae done more to completely obliterate the hatred and detestation that the Southern people entertained toward the North than any one could have imagined. I heard an old, grey-hnired veteran, an adjutant-goncral on General For rest's staff, say that, after tho kind noss shown to us by the people of the North, all his old hatred incited away, and he could no longer, as a gentle man and Christian, entertain feelings of hatred to those who had so nobly come to our help ...

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. — 14 January 1874

Jp1 PINTING.-Our office has be( fitted with all materials necessai for printing jobs of every descriptio B3ill, Lat ej.rhieads, Posters, Invitatic and u3siness Cards &., &0. Niw A i-EriSF.MwrS. Positive and Final-Withers Dwivight. Motallic Burial Cases-R. I P1hillips. Notice-Bacot & Co. Notice--Beaty & lro. Not ice-- artin & Garrison. Adtiini -trator's Notice-Reube %ord. Cop:artliersh ip 'Not i!.e-- uhI.ion C, igsby. Mouilit Zion Collegi'ate Intitutie I. 11. ClarkUn. Rlad Danheuburg & Co.'s adve tisemwent. A large crowd was in towvn'o Sale-day, and a good deal offprop'rt ohanged hands. C:-We have had a dreaful npe of weather. The streets are in woree con~d i ion t han 've have ey( seen them. 04- Moving seems to be the ordt of the dray. Wagons are continuall Meen contaiiing houbebold effoot Every body is on the move. 0 The Country people complai loudly that wlienever they do eome i to pay their taxe they cannot .g into the Treasurer's office. Th office should ...

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. — 14 January 1874

rho Fairfield Herald. FV E R Y WJ'iYES). '.I, 1,01111g iredl's 11lIitry Mhink. WAR'aIuixoros, Deecmnber 28.-i-t vinter, nhen Fred G; rant wn, sent out to (hien;vgo to liplaceo the gal Iat Geor'ge! leors.9ytlhe, on Sher ilan's L staff, the LicAtenonant U Onera':lI felt Coll t. rained to explain in a general nhr that young Orant.i U(le oIf Lie u t. Colonoi was oily a local ri:I:, to be dtopped wheniever It(h ret ired from the atnif. General Sheridau, at. the I tine he issued the order containing the above inforniation, probt 1bl y be lieved what lie wrote, taml xpcted that thie promise woUid be fulilledl, but a recent event goei to show that while he may propose, the Pr esident disposes. It is not an unusual thing for the, Q iief Magistrate to dif'er ' with IA iulbordinates on mntters con- t corning the w. Ifre of a nieniber of t bis own family. In the fiaic of C Sheridan's order ho has ordered Fred to Washington and appointod him mustoring and disbursing officer, mith the rank and pa...

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. — 21 January 1874

Williams & Davis, Proprietors.J A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industrv and Literature. [Trms---$3.00 ner Annum, In Advance OL. IX.] WINNSBORO. S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING JANUAlY 2I 1874. [NO. g0 TI1 IIll PAIld'IELD HERALD 'IS 'ULMiSilED WElKi.Y nY V1LLIAIS, & DAVIs, Terns.,Tnti 1iKRA. is pulhishtld Week In the Townii of Winnstoro, at $3.00 is - triably in advance. it"- All transieit 'advertisemenis to be p tid i a advance. obituary Notiecs and Tributes $1 00 per itquare. Tho Prostrate 81itc. IiENnY WAUt nIMfEKiiER ON THE FATE OF SOUTH CAIONLIA. It would he hard to find in the history of modern nations a more saddening or. disgusting picture of the wreck and desolation of society than is presented at this taoment in Sonth Carolina, and the condition of South Carolina, we suppose, while -porhaps more picturesquely misera, ble, is but a typo of the social Wretchedness and the political shame which attach to. the -ther States of 'the far South. These are facts ...

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. — 21 January 1874

lE t Alliti.LU UMI HALD 1'sblisedi iEvery Weinesdtay at WINNSBOL, . 1', TY'RMS-IN AD 'A NJC. One copy on ye - - : Five . . .1 . 12 O) Ton 2.6 5) Cm, ~i.rU a f tii's 111111i iiy. (Ceo. 1). 11. Maury, in a cominuni. cation to the tichitnond EJnquirer, gives his opinion of Gen. Sh'ermnin,. It :l-ows'up that distin;uished miii tary genina in 'quite an unenviable light. VequotC: '"We will give some "gleanings from Geln. Sherman's dispatches," which seem to justify our opinion of* his principles of war. July 7th, 1864 : "Their utter do strunction (factories in Georgia) is right and meets my entire approval ; and to make the matter complete, you will arrest the owiers and em.. ployees and siend them under guard, charged with treason, to Marietta. CS6hould you, under the impulso of anger, natural at contemplating such portidy, hang the wroteh, I ap prove the act beforehand !" July 14th : "To GUen. .1. E. Smith: "if you entortain a bare s1'uspicion against any family, send it to the North. I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 21 January 1874

,JOB l'INTIN.-Our ofico has eetn lit ted with all materialsi necessary for print ing jol. (of every descriIt ion. Bills, Ltterheads, P.-sters, invitatiou 'I id llusine.s Cards &C., &e. N Ew A DVI ewrm-:wrs. *8herifil's Sle-L. W. Duvall. Nutice-J. 'T. Wilson. .Speci-il Notice-T. R. Robertson. Bank Report - S. B. Clowney Ca.hier. .J ust T0ceied-D. It. Flenniken. lliams Ham;--*R. J. Mc.,Carley. Clozin~g SAlcs-Dannienberg & Co. Stoln-T.W. Nurp)h, Just lteeoived-D. Liuderdale. "ijblield ILamigration Society 0. 11. MeMaster. . 'fl= After a spell of. remajhably cold weather, the temporaturo lae moderated, and muddy streets are again the order of the day. We remind our readers that a graie tournament and bull will be given at 3lackstock on Thursday, the 22d. It will a grand affair. gj>r Dannenborg & Co., are still oiferng their goods at a sacrifice, in order to close gut for the spring sup :ply. Pay thema a, call and bring the Cabh with you. 'i Thursdtiy night was emphati...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 21 January 1874

The Fairfield Herald. PUnLi SV7 'JD XV ERJRY CTI 'JAS]L/ Y. lih Tfapayers Coneiition Summoned to fltet Nart 1o0tilh. UNANIMOUS ACTION OF TIP, ICAP.CU Tivi cobMMw'ITEE-TE R1F.80LU TiON8. CuAnJ.JTON, Tuesday, Jan., 13, 1871. Theic Executive Conitteo of the Taxpayers (oivent ion imot to.-day at tho rooms of the Chamber of Com. merco, pursuant to the call of the president, lon. W. 1). Potter. The meeting was called to order by the president, and Mr. J. Adger Sinyth was requested to act as sce. retary. A lotter was read from S. Y. Tupper, Esq., President of the Chamber of Commerce, enclosing the following rosolution adopted by that body : CuaR.Ks-roN CANlil:in OF JoOM 2n iiC -, CiiAnESrON, S. C., Decouiber 31, 1873. At a regular meeting of this Chamber, held on the 29th instantl the following resolution was unai-i mously adopted.: Resolved, That in the opinion of this Chamber it is expedient that the Taxpayers Convention, which adjourned subject to the call of the president and executive...

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. — 28 January 1874

w? Williams & Davis, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industrv and Literature [Terms---$3.00 nor Annum, In Advanor VOL. IX.] WINNSBORO. S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANIARY 28 1874. [NO. Til M FAIRFIELD HERALD 13 PI bl Si D W 1:) I : :K1, Y nY WillIMAA3I4s, & DPAVIS. Trm-Ti iT aI i u,) Is pulisih.1 Weel in the Town of Wiinsboro, at 83.00 i triai>bl ill adi'ance. r Ail IransAict. advertisemnls to b p lil in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 pe if p1iare. lccting of tlie 31exicain erll iins, WVAJIniaron, January 17.--Thre Mexican veterans, at their recent Ieeting, agreed upon a memo. r ial to Conigresf, askiig pensions for those who were engaged in that, war, or their survining widows and chil dIrenu. In accordance with previous :arrangements, the convention, in a 1ody, proceeded to the Executive mansion, and arranged theuselves in line in the East room, when the President entered, and was received by ex-- Goverior lebert, of Louisiana...

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. — 28 January 1874

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD 1'ublished Every wednas-Hda7 at WINNSBURO, S, C, fly L I -D I TERMS-IN A L VANCA'. On1e Copy one year, - - $ : 0 Five . ' . . . I t 'I ( 4 . 44 - 1 Tell 6 - er 'ilc Tlx pay Crx convention. The News and Courier speaks 1 follows about the work beforo th, Tax-payets Convention. 1. The first and uost pressing griev anco of the peoplo is the inordinat< taxation h which they are subjected It cannot be expected that the Con vontion will reduce thb tgx ; bdt i may be able to sdure, diiectly or in directly, an extension bf the time al lowed for payment, end even IL re mission of the penalty impose-d 6 those who are in arrears. But th tax of 1874 is not the only tax tha the people will have to pay. 'Th very fact that it is too late to proven the imposition 0f the present tai and may be too lato to prevent its col loction, is a sound and potent renso why steps lould be taken to preven a like calamity in the years to come This immedite prepnration fo future danger, inste...

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. — 28 January 1874

Jon PIlINiniNo.-OUr ofliCe has been fitted with all materials necessary for printing jobs of every description. Bills, Letterheads, Posters, Invitatiou and Busineis Cards &c., &c. l'otatoes- -it. J. MeCariey. Masonio M oeting-Jolu C. Squier, Sc'or'ta ry. Termls fuor 1874 1-W ithle r." ani IDsight. Dissoalution of Copartnerhi p--Net sol & Itefo. Mui.r..- r. A. F. Gooding has jist received a lot, of line Kentticky Al Ile. Don't fail to call on himli. Uip to the timo of going to press yest.erday Cotton was selliag ajt from 9 to 13, cents. Mi. lenry A. (a ibs.on bus re.,ignod his position as chool ''ru.,tee in Town.lip N.'. 10, and Mr. JohN . Raberts himas E been appointed it[ his SLOad by icljoul Coani.-ailner Crow ford. 0"! Messrs. ULeot'& Co., advertise for sale several of the best vat ict-ies of fet tilirerg. All successfil furners realize the practical Utility of' these .standard fertilizer". Give Bacot &. Co. a call. A meetinv4 (f the liammigratiou So. Ciety wa...

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. — 28 January 1874

rhe Fairfleld Herald. EVERY W1J 1ESDAY. Telts lust light It out. WASINOTON, January 16.-tho followiug dispatch from the United States*Marshal at Austiu, Texas, was rocived to-day by. the Attorney General. '"T.he newly 'eleotod Go vernor (Cooke) was inaugurated lat night. Armed men are guarding the approhelics to the iffices at the Capi tol ; other armed ifion have possession of the leglslatelalls ; amoodflidt-Sews inevitAblo. A message f(oni .:you may save Vus from this disaster." The attorney-Goderal teplied *th&t 'he could appeal to 'the 'pdrties 'to pea. oeably aisjdst their drffioulti ei."Can not 6omo ono negotiate a settlemont, as I have uo power to interfe-re with with force, nor have you any duty to perforin in respect to the matter, ex cept to pxert your mheral inftuebne. The President has receuived another dispatch from Govetnor "Davis, say ina that under the constitution h can hold his office until April 28th, and that he is making preparations to protrect (he officers...

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. — 4 February 1874

Williams & Davis, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industrv and Literature. [Terms---$3.00 uer Annum, In Advanor VOL, IX.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4 1874. [NO. 22. Tillil FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PU Ii.ISill:) w-i1K.Y BlY WIHRIAums, & ,- AMV0i. Ter ~ ~ I ms T1 : ieu 1~ np'0 ish ell W eek inl thle To~w nt W inbor3, it 1I3.00 in t ftril/h/j inl ad41vante. rjyf Ul raInslien. adtverliseiintis to be p Ild ilk ad41via ice. Obi uary Notiems anl Tribites $1 00 per K l uare. Tli Public Prinling. iho Republican Prinitiig Coumpany consists of the clerks of the twt) .1ouses and certain membiers of tlhe L1egi is lat u reC. We w hre own by a person once coniected with businles)sS I list. of Senatorsi w ho had received dividvnlds in a c Certain year. There Were UIie tie othem, find they werie elharged witdi stiai va a ryi nIg flom $1,500 to $5,0)00 eavh. These sums we m1 pa i( n t evera I wa s. Ole bought a ptir F hIorses.i and gave an ol'er ...

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. — 4 February 1874

Wednesday Morning, Feb. 4, 1874. Expenses of the Convention, T11'he coming Convention will cnuso Some expense. This expenlso mu11st be bortie by the delegates. As this movement is one of public good, inl which every property holder is inter ested, these should all contribute. Th Railroads will be beiilItted. They should convey the delegates free of charge, or at nominal rates. The hiotelshould also charge but half fare. Tle dclegates will go impelled by their regaird for the com.1on wel. fare, They should be assisted. TVhe Conventicii hould be deli be rate. Tle mistahos into which the last one fell were caused by the want of due icliberation. Let every preparationu then be in.tde to entctntil them at ts 6n1alI expend as possible. Judge Carporitor's Trouble. 1t will be reiremberod that a con 1iittoe was appointed by the House of Representatives to investigate the conduct, of J udge Carpeniber at Cam-j den, in discharging an ignorant jury. Ilis hlonor comes bravely out of hi. troubleo...

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. — 4 February 1874

Jon PaINTIN.-Our oflice has beeti fitted with all materials necessary for printing jobs of every description. Bills, Letterheads, Posters, Invitation and Business Cards &c., &0. Sale Stable--A. 1. Gooding. A Bargain-Joln Isenhower. Just lRecived-Withers & Dwight. The Carroll llouse-J ohii Carroll, Sr o' r. Gardeti Seeds, &.-MeMaster & Brice. Tribute of Respeet.-Whinsboro Lodge, No. 11, A.. F.-. )I.-. lUp to the time of going t presS yest!riay Cottoil Vts Cellin L: from 9 to 13A ue.ts. EW" A nber of immligrant's passed through this place on WiednCs day night, lat, ol their way to Chis ter. 0z~ (hief J uscuieo Muses was re elected by the j)it vote ot' t hIe Gerie rall Assimbill y Wh 114o1(3 niniber of votes e::t 127, of wlichl .\ses tO eeived 123, G ra hiam 2, Mehoni I and Whipper 1. P-:nsoNAL.-W e had a visit yCstCr. terday Iiom Gil Dixona Fox, Eq., a prom1inent jourinalist of our ? ate. Ile is here fur the purpose of report. ing for a leadivg journal, the trial o...

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. — 4 February 1874

fhe Fairfield Herald. PUnIIISI? 1) The Southern Historictl Society. mEIIAr NAlvr.: fijmriwrori's CiRCU.AR. To tie 1itors "014c. [Mt., Gaite. As it is imn practiable to approach all who take an iiterest in the South ern Historical Society by correspor denco or personal aplIlication, it ,cems to mie that the best course to present the claims of this institution to our people is Lirought the agency of sutch paprsorts ire favorable to the enterprise. The attention of those moist inteiest ed will titus lie called to it, and z.eal in its behalf will he arou-cld. The Society was organ, ized in New Orletns in I 89), with the parent Society in that city, and a Vice l'resident was appointed inl each Soit hern State, the Rey. A4. M. PaIlmer,- a dist inguished divine, ho - in g liesident of the whole organiza-1 tion. The object of the Society was to collect anl preserve, in an endur ing form, th rich and abundant 'niaterials of history scattered through out tihe iuth, but which are ftst perilan...

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. — 11 February 1874

Wiia__s & Davis, Piretors.] A Family 'Papeir, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industrv and Literature, [Terms---3O0 uer Annum, In Advar VOL. IX.] WINNSBORO, S. G.: WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1 187. [NO. FAIRFIELD HERATh is PUnISIt.: ) w.:1 Y BY WILLIAMIS, & NVAVIS. TI'.rm .-Tu: lia. n r ,RA y p.ubli.hIed Week in the rowi o' wianshoro, at wil.bo in t trbinly in advance. qi- All transient, advertisements to be p kid in allvance. . Obituary Nutiets and Tributes $1 00 per a.juare. Washington Items. The President is sick of the Lo.u 'siaua case,' and although fie has not yet quarreled with hisi political friends, as alleged, he has wriggled out of his formu.rl posit on of mteddling in the affairs of States and nov wash es his hands of their l'cal differences altogether and gives neither cono lation nor advice to the sore-headed vho call upon him for aid. Oe points to cougrass as the source of re lief for the disappointed politicians tf both parties. What a blossed change of 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. — 11 February 1874

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