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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 11 February 1874

'Jo I PaiNTINo.-Our omoe has been ftted with all niaerials necessary lo prlitidg '6bs of'every description. ils, LttterhiAs, Posters, Invitation and Businers Cards &c., &c. {. Owing to the absenen of M r. qill.on flomt the Statd) tlo sbt4'qf othvention will be posponq- fLow the second Saturday in eriutAry to some futu-e dy. " Look out for Dannenberg & t'o. * c LoA out for Danneubert & Co. Mkr- Look obt for banneUberg & Uo. Nrxw A ni.:-i-wn:6WwrS. Cilatios-W. M. Nelson. Sale of Real Lbtate-Jalnes it. Aiken. Notice-MMaster & brico and Galloway. Fiue Tas- Fine Tea -MMashter-& Brice. Read thb advertisement of Dr, W. h. Aiken in another column. O- the time for paying taxes has been exteuded to the 7th. of March. * We are waiting to bear of the arriv al otiithigrahth td our Cotnty. g:W A heavy snow fell on Sunday night. Th first df th abason. I melted rapidly. bk Silas W. Ruff, Easq., has been appointed Trial Justice for Fairfield, e'ce Robert llwthorne, Eq.i d...

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. — 11 February 1874

'fhe-Faireld Herald. J'ULsUU',D EIn WEI VESDA f. hursday Elreni'g, February 5, 1874. ?fF.CTURE ON RE .io iON I ihY tioN.' F. j IOt.s, J11., AUT-rioh 0F 1195I1-; * 10T54" S N'" sintu'," I e. 2 C SqR1AI4g I I Hr .ii UEor n Nun EaSEN '.vr vi:s, AND Now, ItO(1 TIUE UNACcOUNTAI..I - CY OF A I Wii'l*4 YvXi . I11. CISINO TAK buffr.8 uF OF bn og SOUTH C.UA.NA. The Lecturer hts ben iecured at ..n ftnieno Oporiso to tihe State. The subject of his Lecture is Ro. 'ligion, which, for'lia'ny years, he has m*ade his studyg;lnd, in order to be 0ome the nister of his suljetct, he h1as devoted the entire Contingent Vunld to this pur.pose. He is a living E&ample of what-Religibn can do for humantity, when understood. 1He will show how little faitIh can be, plac ed In the doctilnes "o the 'Cliurob Fathern ; lhat; to have' Religion, one must ieceessrily possess maorality, 1,hsastit , Truth, lionesty, Good .'a iM,Reverence n'aid 'Fialn -Love, tto say nothing of Virtue.) i1e will Miow in his own por'o...

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. — 18 February 1874

Williams & Davis, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science. Art, Inquirv, Industrv and Literature. [erms---$3.00 uer Annum, In Advanor VOL. IX.] WINNSBORO. S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18, 1874. ENO. Tir I lei FAIRFIELD HERALD IS P tinlt El) w aEi:K.Y IIY . WELI4AMS, & fa'B's, ',-e .-Tusi 1 I tu Aio in pubalis4hedl Week' inl le 'lown of Winnsboro, a11. in a ari,a11g in adrane. 'My- All franlsienit. ad ertisements to be p aid iit advianace. Oli:, h1ary Noties Imli Triblltes $1 00 per Sitare. A 'I ITO 1 E." Mly lienalah is had, I dlona'i improve \% la aatoake'e 111y naaeC ,o) ret ? "()lrl ive" aat11l me aie innot C.a ;Ie . I think 1ll go to bel, 8o plaice mue ont any pillow, hoy.9, And let lie Doctor see Il athere aly use to try a aal batvo A renegade like ame. Be quie, no ; don't nake a noise, . Nor traw a laauving igh, You ligh anaId Lailk, bat.a 'tisl no use, For sure I'm bouand te die. Just loose mily collar, unstrap my pante, I sitafer as I lie ; A brick pta...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 18 February 1874

T 9-1TW os It. MEANS DAV1, Editor. Wodnesday Morning, Feb. 18, 1874. Revenge is 6wet-The Sinking Fund Commission. The Old proverb runA, "Elvery log has his day." llii Certifiwacy is doubtless in a ortre pleasart frame of .mind Neagle, the n nghty Neaigle, mho has been boIiunding our native young (1, verior for umoe time thro' the stlects of Columbia and Charles toll, has repenitlv been assailed in the rear himsel ly tho Legislative Com riuittee appointed to investigate thO mysterious ways of the SinkingLFund Coin mismion. IEre long the Attorney General in-y be going for Neagte. and onr Reverenil Governor will le once more able to breathe freely. The lkvestigating Con unittee have founid many irregularitie.s ill Chie con duct of tihe Si,,king Funid Commis Simn, comliposed uf .suth shining ligh ts of Radicalim as Scott, lIainey, Noa gle, (hanmberlain, Dlnkirge, J. A. 6 icen, Y. J. 1'. Owens, and Whipper. The Comnittee report as a result of theit investiga tion, that "tho prooced ings ...

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. — 18 February 1874

JOB PRINTING.-Our office nas eboo fitted with all materials necessary for printing jobs of every description. Bills, Letterheads, Posters, Invitation and Business Cards &a., &c. 0: Louk out for Dannuenberg & Co. Niw ADVERTISMENrs. More Arrivals-Ie.ity & Bro. Etiwan Fertiliz r-T. R. Robert son. Administrator's Sale-J. G. Hiw thorn e. Look out for Daimnenberg & Co. QUIEn, IlYIinti.-At Mr. R, fo's can be s-:en a queer anitmial-haf11 cat. and half rabbir,. 0 A bird wa.s captured in one of the street lamps last Saturday moru ing. Look out for Dannenberg & Co. Messrs. U. G. Desportes & Co., have just received a lot of new goods ,and a supply of fresh country butter. Give them a call. We are pained to hear of the death of Ida McCarley, child. of R. J. McCarley, Esq., xged one y,.ar and two mcntl. , Y Look out for Dannenberg & Co. . gy James VNick of.Rochester, N. Y. has our thanks for choice varieties pf ceed. M r. Vick is onie of the most prominent seedsmen...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 18 February 1874

ri iFarfleid Her .I1~ XET"TERY WJ#bNE1)A.. How Long to leep. 'There has been a great deal of trasi written and labelled "HygienIc ;' but thoe folii ing (wq are sorr. wet40 not'kn ow 'who wrote 'it) . 'entirely ao ords with our own experience, both as 4 working, farmer and a working edi tor, that we comm d it to the readers of the Rural tow-Yorker as sensible:-Tho fact is, that as life becomes concentrated, and its pursuits %ior e engor, short .,sleep and early riding becomes impossiile. We take 6noro sleep than. our,.anoostors, and we take more because w. want moro. Six.hours' ileep will do vory well for 'a plowman and labor, or any oihor'hap who has no exhaustion but that'prouiipod by mianual labo'r, ind the aWoper lie takes it after his labor is over theo better. But for a an hok lalpor is linAntal, the ,stress c work is on his brain and nervous sys. tom, and for him who Is tired in the evening with a day of imental ap. plication, neither early to b'ed. nor early to rise is wholes...

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. — 25 February 1874

Williams & Davisq Proprietors.] AFri aeDvt c e OL X] WINNSBOROiSS..A Cp WEVNSAY aNF ArtB nAuY ndustrv and Litera[Nes$0r VOL.s IX.] WINNSBORO., S.C., WEDNE SDATMORNOTING, FE.BRUARY2,1'4 T1 I1I Fj' FAIRFIELD rAi IS 'Il 11iS1D WEEKLY BY *ULIAMs, & DAVIs. Tsi.-T'i ; I sat';.I is publisted Wi in the 'rowp of Winnsboro, at 93.00 it v ariably in aidv'ance. AId-' All traisient advertisements to b( p aid inl advance. Obi. nary Notices aid TriQtEis$1 00 pei 8. guare. - * I agslativeT1IlIiisgale. That the people of the country may see f6 themnselys. what kind of men conduct'the fortunes of South Carolina at this time, we make sBme extracts fron the debate on the salary appropriation bill bn Wedne'n dlay lust, as report ei in our Columbia cor cspontinend. The tspealers were the leading members of the House of 'Represent atives, and *lie qestion was, whether the house apprppropiia 'tion bill or the Senate bill bhould be pansSe d. Bowley (the colored chairman of :tiicoimittee of Ways and ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 February 1874

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD T Pubijhlied Every Wednesday at s WjLVNSBORO, S. C., Br WILLIAM.1S & DAVIS. TERNi/S-iN AD VANCE. 0 One Copy one year, - - $ 8 00 Five ' " - - - 1200 0 Ten " " - 2560 0 The Gruiigcrs. Imagia.e your ooa dition should a similar invasion beconOe general in e the Northweit. Couple with this I idea tle total failure of a cotton erop I either tron the worm, or from dtought, or iany other unavoidable cause. Ii probiatble as such visitations may ap- ear, we havo not the power b to preventi them, and is it wihe to d subIject ourselvts to the possibilly of . ccomling the victims of such calatmi ties ? Depcnd upon it, our wimoet and e safet policy i. as far as practica. d ble, to produce at houe our ieces a, sary supplics. Is there a f.rm in the Suuth tpon which this cannot be dome and at the saie time pioduce an average cotton crop ts the net result a of the farmers utanual labor ? We ji believe there is not., and you have only to practice this policy for the year 1874...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 February 1874

JoB P rINTINo.-Our office has been fitted with all materials. necessary for printing jobs of every description. ill, Letterheads, Posters, luvitation and Business Cards &o., &0. Ns:w ADVVRTISr.Ir. Metulie Burial Cases-R. W. Phil. lips. We cdi especial attention to the Guano Advertisement of Mesars Bacot & Co. The "Sea Fowl" iz said to'be the best Guano in the war ket. Don't fail to g.) to Dave Fleni kena's if you w tat anything in the drocery line. See advertisement. Read the adveraimentof Mr. G. A. White. Hardware ! Hardware !!-~J. M Gdlioway. 1Ilm.-A idhght hail-storm may be reckoned amoug the events of T uesd ay. TH E W:A'rHE r.-Tho weather con tinues dull and g'oomy. Old Sol. certainly has a shining face, but has managed lately to keep it well veiled. CoTTON.-The cotton market con tinues dull and depressed. The. effect of the weather, perhaps. Best quality ootton is quoted at 131. DF:A T H OF M RS. l'OTEET.--WC have . again to record another death in our midst. Mrs. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 February 1874

The Fairfield Herald. ST E JRY W1 'lESDAY. A l Adtiress' 16 the houfth. AGRICULTURAL i VItS AND HOW TO ' IMEEDYn TuIMM. The fCllowing paper has been ap. Iproved by the Nation il Grange, and recoimmended to'be f-ublished : The undersigned, representatives. of the Cottoni States it the National G rang e,' beg Teave to piec-it to the pratonsi ul llusbaidry in .the cotton growing section 'bf the "Union, the following suggestions, which they be. li ve to be juttilied by the present, condition of tlc'Nu:th During the liast soven years our cotton fields have aidod to the wealth of the world $2,000,00f,000, and causid pr'ospel ity to smile upon every one whrhas ha-ndied our' crop, save those who struggled for i'n prbdue. tion. Aonully the energies of the cotton planter have beeu txhaisted in attm pting to p'r-odtee 'a 'ii-ximum erop of a single staple, ihile quite'tia. frequently L; he has reduced hi, lileans in Impplying his necessary Wauits. A g-nbakdupon 'gtuch a policy and producing suc...

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 March 1874

+ Williams & Davis, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$300 ier Annui, In Advanor VOL, 1X.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING,.MARC 4,18 NO.6 VVM C y CoC. --ix 10 cts. ere C.-A ct. + 20 c t.S. c:: t -~~ *""> 5 ctq. '10 cIs. ''I 1; 0i I iI .1 z A flac1k S c ol~* I ip I Plain ,I It 0ret-.. -ta. 1 N 2530IiM, 0 5 Opera t ldtiall C il ol. : 15 ) I 1)0 i a lia iii 'I Vll i 11.('-.-3 BlA 'P I lic! I I Ir, ~I Ie 0 A i i ": Yrd k.o I 'ehackillo" - Ulc at: I - SIo (X A ,ti 20 No 0 104 1 elm1, cis 30 s 1(1 1-. hetv. 40 s .4 11(10 Mehi JiiiV e~s syE 100T8, Victoriain tT aoureof5 Tarle uf all col o ho i5* Iu orpiq er 5ip~ I lho keikN n-o.>iL25, 30,l 40l( ets. lebchng1 1IYr wide 10j~j.~Ch1 Nlacils 18 xe, ~ 'J l each ~I:(:in t i1 5 ~~d c hX5 10 0 "llmin ias Frui of Ii oom I'rin l20i~~i oi)Ciimnr ias Ble-is ~n xs . ,''vr 18~i~ 00Ceooi in Wanmsutt:, Reb4est0.DFiPOT 23o No(okAil,1 R _ - AND BE We Mean to Give You a BARG A IX! ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 4 March 1874

THE FAIRFIELD HERALI Pnblildied Every W ednesda at W7NNSBOR O, S.(, W'ILL A.21 IS <5 D./IT 0 TERI?18-IN A 1) IVA NCk. One Copy one year, -$ 3 leo ". " 6" - - 121 Ten I' - - 25 'Taxiyers Convention-Atidress.of 1 'rusidleit- MemorilI to tngress. The opening address of the Ic Aent of the Convention, Ilon. V. I Porter, was a masterly expo.-,ition < the corruption and fr.ands of ti State Govcni6'ne nt. Want of t-pac will not permit us to give it in ful The chief points, as given by the rT .poijter of the Clialeston News an Ucurixr, are as follows : , 'I h 6t the bad faith of the Sin Government and tle public oorru tion and extravagance la,] made til reassembling of the convention Uec< sary. The tax-payers are indespai They have no civil freedom, but a tho subjects of a plain and nake4 de potitim, t lie preponderance Qf'poljiti power boing in the hands of non-ti payers, who rnfuse the taxpayprP fair representi tion for their rrote (ion. The prcperty intore'st, repr senting one lu...

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 March 1874

JOB PnRNTINd.-Our ofice has boon ftted with all materials necessary for printing. jqos of every description. bills, Lettej roads, Posters, Invitation and Businesa Cards &o., &o. Naw AbVaRTISEMENTS. Fairfield Fire Engino Company John C. Squier Sec. Vocal Instructin-J. u. Lowery. Triumphant-H1. B. Refo. Dentitry-Dr. Isaiah Simpson. Notico-Geo. W. Barber & Co. Administrator's Notico -J.eues Beaty. Nottioo-Littleton Strong. 4.Etrayed--N. 0. Robonton. ) ry Goodw-MuMatstr & Brice. Here it oomes, there it goes-Beaty & Bro. g- The roads are In a bad fix, .espeoially those leading from Winns. boro to the Rocky Mount cruntry. gr We her'e that 'ell's Bridge in still unfinish d, and travelers -are -much annoyed in consequenoo. We ball on the Commsuissioners to hurry up the Job. The seventh of March Is the last day for paying taxes. After that ,day, the penalty attaches. There will be no further extension of tiio. Oj John Green (colored) acci. dentauy sho& biiseif-in the ...

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 March 1874

fi faifld nierald. 14'7 11-ISF D EV'/I' Wl IESMY 'icu osc ot Carolian. AN 1.OQI:JNT ANi)11 N 1"iINO AP'Ai.. 'Il A 611 :~ e TIE T.A MPAYK:Usk;' Tui :~ nunrI-: u 'gia -l.'. t3ov ryi.: , rohvi r' '(1. -r E - r.:-r t-.-: o, T - i.: SrArE. t'' iii, e ( fa . K .r- ii: i., e ar prepa re :n 11 1 - c ~ o ,ph lo f t ho Stamc tearl th 0 awIn -Fell"Io ("co:,nv .fe ereW-t tive- "I the t axibap'ers t. wholl, b.1, been oatrusted the i, h nd poiaii duty of recomiviy i ei aiii . -m t -is rc4 or I rig lIt , e ien g : n .1 t-.a ei rr ph .1 i lt t 11 1) ula e y t t svi : ora iz h of wJbick wryi in1 unser Cp l iu , i i l. tilE w (Iill l.ei Ihe Oe)ise of . f lil' r0 ald inl tole lsal i 1- 3ly, hav I crUiste tly despo.1iled- you of your prot I orly andl outraged ymnto- m.t sared, it lis, deei it becoming and prop.-r to !aty befor'.ut sl i:1 il of ct urcerk on consideratit n , oli connection with their ation and <1- r which tit uppose worth.y of ;uir catiuelt antd thoughtful a t liion. It wouldi be et s...

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 March 1874

Williams & Davis, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, In uirv, I ndustrv and Literature. [Terms---$300 nfer Annum, In Advanor VOL. IX.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MACI 87.[ TH1E TFAIRFIELD HERALD is PUI,181IC) W.ldeK.Y ltY WILLAMS, & DAVIS. P n f. - '' i iaa R .1) is publ1isiieI1 Wee i I hoTown of Witin ishor., at i&. 9 r-Ohl in wIvorlee. -o- il 'ran.;ienita advertisements to b :1J. sIdf) ativancee.. Oliitary Notices and Tributc53 $1 00 p". What a Pack of Cards served for. A private oldier by the namie of lil rd [0ee was tii Iten before tih( .\ a rte of G raiglw for plying eN d, -ut Ig iivl e 'ervice. The ate 11, 111 f! A* it is u siui givent ill tile E t. ht'll j.maa'it'ls : :4% el lit% e .1 Il omuatled the soildiert i t .V eiuriebt, lnd whets Itho p.0stvr ;.ad r:.d the pgU)ty rilie t ook t text. T W lh Ih d a Bihle t.o.k it out. .Ai ..nia httaing ii.ither a li-.e -wr' 'l.:omm.n p *aye! book, took out. at iaek of r i; , lai: them t, be t(toe...

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 March 1874

WI1V1VSDO!00 It. MEANS DAVIS, Editot', 'Wednesday Morning, Maroh 11, 1874. The Proposed Tax Levy. The tegislaturo is tinkering over a new tax levy for next year. At first, frightened by the Taxpayers Convention and the comments of Northern journnls,'it proposed a levy for next year of *104- mills, and this has been increased to 12 mills. What figuro it will ultimately reach, no one can tell. Wo wish to speak plainly to the Legislature. Twelve mills is too much. A tax like this gives the lie to their whimperings of reform. Toe present assessment of $176,000,000 of property in the Stato would realizo '$2,11 2,000. Does the Legislaturo call this reform I Are they brazen enough to say that over two millims are required to run this miserablo preteneo of a govern A tax of ton mills on $160,000,000, is the greatest) abundance, anmd the taxpayers 0-tild be content with uo greater l6vy. If the Legkilaturc cannot do any better than th is, let tax unions to formed immediately to prepare for th...

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. — 11 March 1874

"X.coca a. SC1g:L:i.:.bu JoB PRINTINO.-Our offlo has been fitted with all mater.als neoes'iary for printing jobs of every description. Bills, Letterheads, Posters, Invitation and Business Cards &o., &o. NEW ADYERTISEMENTs. Just Recoived-R. J. MuCarley. The Tar Heel. want money MeLtughlin & Co. Notice-Joel Cope*. Spring has come-Dannenberg & Co. Just Received-Withers & Divight. Notice to Creditors-S. U. Olow. , ew, Referee. Proclamation-F. J. Mose-, Jr. Fresh Arrivals-W. 1. Aiken. SgrW We surrendetpuT J ditorial spuoe to the report of the putli mtin tg. Forty-nine immigrants pass ed through Monday night on their way to Chester. Still they come ! ZF The munoipal election will bo held in a few weeks. As the 1oflioes are "without profit" we ha"1e hcard of no aspirants as yet. 0) Chief George Bushyhead ..of thte Charokeec Il'dians passed througb on the train th- 6ther day on a visit to the oreat Vather. le is a Pap. tist Mliniter.. .. 0:7 Tom Seott, the. Raillo'ad K!1...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 11 March 1874

The Fairfield Herald. PUBLIsiflD _EVER WT E SD./ V. Bobby's TrP sers. It is not wise to do or sty any. 'tbing to a child under an injantitioI not to tell. A Ilighland fanity of setne dignity, but not inuch means, was to receive a visit from sone .oglish re lations for the first time. Croat was the anxiety and great the efforts to mako things weara respectablo "op. pearance before these a, um edly fastidious strangers. The lady had contrived to got up a pretty good dinnor ; but, either from an iidul. gent disposition, or from some defect ill lr et of servalnts, she a llo we I her son Bobby, a little boy, to bt. present instead of romanding him to the nursery. But little was she aware of Bobby's moaus of torture. .obby, who was dressed in a now jacket and a pair of buff-colored trousers, had proviously received strict injunotions to sit at the table quietly, and on no aecouit to j )ill ill conversati--I. 1'or a lttlo while lie carried out the e instructions by tit tiig perfectly quiet...

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. — 18 March 1874

Williams & Davis,-- Pro~rietorm1 A FamilyPap~6', bevotid to Scienico. Art, Inquiry, Industry and 'Literattlir,[em--30 o nuI dac VOL. IX. '0 WINNSBOROo So Cb WEDNESDAY MORNING,, AR8 84.[O 8 V'AIFIEtD liikALih IS PUBI8111SID W EI;KLY BY ,WILLIAMS, & DAVIS. Termsy.-Tuse 1[lanALD is publishel Wo in the Town of Winnsboro, at S3.011 - eriably in adva!nie. - All tt'ansient adve'ittenients to puad in advance. ,,Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 ajuare. Yll MO , tlilleN 50,1TIN' 110M., BY WILL 8. hAYS iloway, Davy ! light. an' thar'A no one home but me ; Tiar attil a mann a livin', sir, I'd soon like to Pee ; 'or Nencoe an' Lidtly's gone to see a sic m11an till the hill, l A it' Iliiranm.- gonce to git his grist 11-lason Tuirner's4 mill.,,. I wits ill town at', Duntliy. an' miy ben - and me agreed. I'o go to menetin'--ef you'll wait I'll tt you what I seed. The bells war t6ling' lively on lie baln Ani' folks wor in a hurry, like the ru':hi to a fair. The mjectin' -hcuse war built o...

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. — 18 March 1874

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Published Every Wednesday at WINNSBORO, S. C., iny WILLIAS <. .AVIS. T'T VS-I ADVANCE. *no Copy one year, - - $ 3 00 Five '' " " .. 1200 Ten- 26 60 1KOUi0rn News. Houston Texas, haa put down ten nilcs of asphaltum pavement, at, the rato of $12,500 per mile. Henry R. Pesso, recently elected to the United States Senato from Mississippi, served as a pi ivate in the late war. The population of Arkansas was 484,871 in 1860 ; it is no\v estimated to bo 950,000. min ,ration has done it. "The South Carolina Legislature gives no signs of adjournmnent, and there is a prospect for a perpetual seasion. J. (). Winter, of Montgomery, hli' been appointed secretary to the chair man of the Democrat State JKoeutivo Committee of Alabama. Adolbert Ames, ex-Sonator and resent Gevernor of M issisiippi, has ecome a free-holder in that Stata at last, by the purchaso of a $28, (100, plantation in Sunllower county, and is now as iappy as the gentle blossoms of the same name. It is est...

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