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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 18 March 1874

JOB PRINTING.-Our offie hus beon -fitted with all materials apeessary Tor printing jobs of every deso ription. Bills, Letterheads, Posters, In'.itation and Business Cards &c., &o. Nicw ADVERTISEMENTS. Second Supply-D. Laudord ale. Alladin or Security Oil-WYV. E. Aiken. Cabbage and Dried Beef--J. D. MoCarley. Noice-Chaa. Muller. Now Goods-MeMaster & Betee. New Arrivils-Danncnberg & Co. a: Some of the back streets are in a bad fix. Call out the street squad and put them in ordei'. g7 Mr. Francis Gerig Jr., has lost his music book for the "tiiba." We trust the finder will return the same. Icr It i3 high time the citizens wore making ready for the munidpal election. Nominate your candidates tand be -prepared for?.he election. The Columbia Phonix devotes a local to the poripatetic North Caro. inian who Udvcrtises "Duxx fur saille." He created quite a scusa tion. 0o4 The March number of the Southern Cultivator, Atlanta, 'Ga., aitd Anmeiican Agriculturist, Balti. inore, are...

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. — 18 March 1874

The Fairfleld Herald. I'U ISLI S FOO The Uno1 lIrahl en the 'Siluation. We subjoin a portion of an' ed'itor. ial of the Union Ucrald, containing some wholesome advice to the Repubs )ioan Party. The'Union Ierald is outspoken when 'It wiishes to"bo 'o, and can do much good. "Perhaps the only thing left of the war-more as a co-nsequeneo ' thau in anytliing elsa-is the responsibility to which the country holds the pres ent administratioi for the political condition of the South. That respn *sibility is a matter of the highest moment to the RegiubliCan pa-ty. It will enter, and has entered, more than any 'other question, into the next campaign. 8o paranoitip has it become in the liublio thid of the .North and West, that if It does 'not destroy the party it will iatoiTially affect its prestige, and, unless proper ly met, will defeat the ultimate , iews of the administration. Wheth er such an issuo is just or ubt, it is, ntvertlieless, an isonle, atid 'a very deci ive onre. We must T'1ok a...

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 March 1874

All' AV L V .. VOL IX91. . .. WINNS'ROS C.,WDNESDAMONG,.MRC25lT.. -76 . TIE VAIRIEL) HERALD IS PUBLISIIED WEEKLY DY WILLIAMS, & DAVIS. Terms.-Tnmu ifKr1tn IS published Week In the To*t oft Winnsboro, at $3.00 in s riably in advance. X*W49 All transient avertisements to be tid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 per 5quare. The following spicy poem is from the versatile peu of Mr. John Hay, .-author of Little Breeches, and other charaoteristic 'ema. It is appro. pti ate at this time : TlE PLEDGE AT SPUNKY POINT. A TALE OF VIRTUOUn XFfoRT AND MUMAN IE'R IDY. It's all very well for preachin,' 3But preachin' and practice don't geo I'm posted on virtue and temp'tnuce, And you can't ring i in oRam.aao. Just foddlo A'ltig with your pledge, '$quiro, Ef that's what you want me to sign ; DeitNixt ie and you, I've been thar, And I'll ntat take any in Vnine, -A yonr ago last Fa,'th July. A lot u' thu boys was here; We all got corned, and signed the pledge Fur to drink too more t...

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. — 25 March 1874

H. MEANS DAVIS, Editor, VchJewsday Morning, MarQh 25, 1874. ho Memorial to Oongress. We perceive in the late meeting of the "Charleston Chamber of Con lit re," that a now or .pdditjotpl-. ctommittee were appointed by that vnerab-le Board to accompany the tclegates of the "Taxpayera' Couven to 1.)" Wo do mosit heartily ap Pi oie of it, and hope that every niein o r will attend tlI e meetig to ' be h1--.1 in Washington on the 26th of M -t: c'. Whetn we look at this dele g .t ion headed by the most indepnd ett and trust-worthy 'ei jize of Sonth -rolina, (we morn Mir. tatheis) l:.o~e pamphlet on the '"Wrongs, the :glts und the reiedies of South rolina,' has created such an excite muent as to warrant a true ind lively i*terest in behalf of our cauhe throughout the Union, from every L.tieat man, be he 'Yederilnt, Ro ilhlican, Demoor&l, or Cutiservztiv", o feel that much good will bo don. .\nd when we read ;roui the "Charlem (onl News and Courier," that lie itt to be supported by such ...

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. — 25 March 1874

will Lbo inetmie'1 in aur cotlonen':s exi:pI up11on p Wymnelt of TEN ; LN I. it Hie Jon Pnt:8Ti.-Our oflice has boeen fitied vWith all ateri5al imecssarv for !lntihg jobs of every lese, iption. Nilv, Letterhen'.is, ste rs, luvitttid o mnd lhmnels C rs &c., o&s. INjw A)VFlnTJ61-.1ENTS. Fre.-h Candies-U. G. De~sporlico & Co. Execttl's NtieT.asM L v I es. - Alusie?..-J. 1I. Lowetry. F pi'I'g G >ot ds - Lk fi 1.4!tker & C. IL.diI nut for N.w G oda-- d w ird & lotaw. Sec. JuiIst R-.eelsel-D1). Rt. V'h to11lheo. T'o P'atimer.,-W. 11. .\ikenit. a )lore imo nigranlt paed up, 7"k. Ieep on the adart fe. bur glaI's ai fires. The Roads ore execrable. The constai.t rains and heavy haul. ing have cut them Up badly. 0K'r MIr. A. W. Ladd Lits bo>n appointed echool. t.us..co for town' ship No. 5. i1e will mn..ko a good ofileer. 2 Z7'4 Thre is a god deal oco ton .till i ti( Cointy, s8onc tict yet giinned. Tite roads are to b)ad for h.a ulineg. rip' The city fathers are mend....

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. — 25 March 1874

Tim Fairfield Herald. E 'I IVERYWL NESDAYIt. Thu elii1a! 1%4:111c fLd. A viviD icrunr OF TilE" 8T1TION IN It liA - FIXTY PIVI JlI.i PEO PLM TilltE-*ATE.'NED Wvirk 8'ril(VA TION-ToTAI. FAiLURE OF TIER 1eRCH CitOP-Vol IIMIt IENOAL FAMINES IwEI.vR ( ILJ.DoN IIL'MAN BEINGS PERISH BY IIUNOER. Six times sice Great Britain permantly established b r qyay in the 1ast Indies has the Presidenoy of Becngal beetn devastated by famine. Christian humanity and enliglitenued btattesmanship have .rejhdqred modern statesmen, as well as cthers, ignorant of the meaning of the words, "posti lenco" ' and iTamitio in their Asitio sense. They ard pregnantivith pi' ture of indescribable horrors, as will be learned by readiig furth.r on, a description of w'i at took place in the Northwest l'rnvinces ii '1770 * and in Orissa in l860. 'It is per. haps, a little surprising that the civilized world ii nut at the present moment, more exercised in reference to a calamity that for flyae jnonha pa-t bas weighed down ...

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. — 1 April 1874

+U Williams & Davis, ProprIetors.1 A Family PapdW, Davoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industrv and Literature. LTerms--$3 00 or Annum, In Advanor w VO IX.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEIDNESDAY MORNING., ARIL L 18i4. [NO XPAREIELD HERALD 18 Il.1SitE1) WV E. KI Y IBY . .WILIAAMS, & DAVIS. 'F:- 4. -TrIt e 11 rnIt.to is Putthtiheil Week il lie Town ot Wii nnhoro, at S.00 in r i n51', ll adianuce. Vr?"- All transient advertisemesnt to be p iel in ailvan:n. Obi uary Notiees an-1 Trilbt es $1 00 per luinre. 'TlHE 'IEL'TOA'S VIEW OF IT, I i1L it vls - iiy Flo r de V'iinen f ; cly, Ven i mni can't iuiake a lifen By de r'ile af -take an' git'en" Ain't it ? 1 ined p(,dder oiler povol It-, .JIh4i ley Van1t to bil a S:eple VVre 1 vIa oI bill lny sign, "L)ilh e blace Ior beer un vine" Ain't it? -)is bulpit vs my COUlter, Uitt ie vin-ell vallt, to ntioutit, 'er, Ulit 10 s:1 lily siritsll had, Vich, I link Vas --very sad .%iln't it ? , Ach (ot. dce vimeins lY. You can see 1a In i .' your eye It vos ...

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. — 1 April 1874

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Published Every Wednesdyi at WINNASVB ORO, 0 . S ., BY WTL L ./1MS <j- D./ 1 'S. TRiS-IN A D VA NCE. Ono Copy one year, - - .1 Fiveo 4 i - - 12 E C Ten 2 5 " - A Druimer's EXperielice Wilh f0crinor The following appeared in the Union llerald under th head of "New Advertisements." Wo will eopart from our usual rule of "cash in advance,'' and circulato it gratui tously as an evidence of What ah unprinoipled swiidler, (he individu al who disgraces tho gribernatorial chair is COLU.nA, S. C., iAicit 19, 1874. Etlitor Daily Union J1ea l: lD:A Su-Before leaving your city, whero everything, except the forlorn creditor, is altogether love ly, I feel constrailned to pullish1 my experience fib a collector of outstand. ing acceits agailist tOsmo who run and ruin the State. 1 eamo here, something over two weeks ago, to collect a bill against Gov. Muises for the purchase of mirrors from the house of Ecchardt & Mehler, halti more street, Baltimore. The history of the mi...

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. — 1 April 1874

gEy-leron ire-r no LwOCAL NO L-,i>-; 'will be insered in our cot u ns except b poil p y mout ot' TN UKN tS a line. Jon1 PriNTN.-Our office has been fitted with all materials necessary for printing jobsof every lescriptiorl. Bills, Letterlionds. Posters, Invitation alid Busine.-s Cards &c., &C. Ni.: AnysvrRissnisrNTS. \V? nlean what we lay-Danne n berg & Co. The llome Shuttle Sewing Machine -A. \. Moai:ie, Agt. .Spriig. ,0 ods-D. Lauderdd le. Spr.ng oodb-Me Lstr '& Irice. R port of the Vinuboro Nationatl banik-S. 1B.. CloneyCsier. Oils ! Oils !-3e.\lter & Brice. Read the advertisemenitt inl aItho tier -Aution of Mir. J. .\. Gialloway. . (O.7 MIode in paradox-a ra ihoad efliCer, a inembe r ol a Grange. eutel.or1., _Chihen selle II , and deuti-ts are doing a lively tiade un Town. D.nirmeiberg & Co , Iguar ittee their goods aud reeummntd them to the p)Ut-1.10 C:r Don't fvi gmt to plant corn unu ars. Provistns will be -c,,rce this sumlliner un.d t&.lt d'r 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. — 1 April 1874

The Fairfield Herald. Clos1ig 1101irs of' lhirin 's 1,oiisjitu It'gishtulrt.I One honorable gentleman tliught it was U1io to blut wvas squllched I;'y- thel r-41m.11k t a b"Ie "mightl go adbe (I--d. Th S.rgenlt a1 :1rn11s having smn yo jeted to bwiling while in we Va, it was deemtad rigil by the Senatr, to do whatnever* 0.'ey Wanted tol this being a frce country," w!-il an nouncouent inet, WY ipii ent gen eral appronation, andl theij Qrity of tLej gentlinen vent into the President's room ind touk a drink. 1. A-r :nI - -r 11' 11 m .,( :-r1 u.1 :: 1.v1. The ti Il of, t lt ch :, :11n(0 m.(.: 1. Ther is one hour 4f life inI this oII nster ; yet one) uotill I I ily e . I lieve i: thill s is l-thilg tIland twvitchinc '-dying, ie the V i I Ili of somn e W 1nsia ie.00~., ish itor ; ;)I b I-(, Ill I ' , . Iy ^ thair i ills inay not I a*sui o - - ll i , it bo(.rn I n t 1 1he speakers- ab -a d lobbyi , ni out in .^arr e fe r11l lest in e p tionlr ups opra it Iie m11ay fatil. The hill now ovv ih...

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. — 8 April 1874

Williams"& Davis, -Pro-prietors.] AFamily Paper, Devoted to Science, Art,)nqiv n~ tr n ieau VOL* IX.] WIN'NSBOLIO. S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, API &18[N.A FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUtnb1li.l) w.:*Ki.Y BY .WiLLAMS, & DPAVIS. A'-14. - L'u II 0RA LI) pub ishe- Week in the-eTown ot' Wiunsbor,, at S3.00 in - r ,bly in iediance. . ftg-- All transielt advertisements to be p tid in advance. Obituary Nr.foes and Tril'ules $1 00 per ,tt juare. COME TO TIlE OUTI. n1 A. D.uM.wFI. Oh1 co-e to ithe South, sweet, benutiifl 'T'a the clim1e of (he lierl, 'Nis the shrino or the sun t Where the sky ever shines with a passion . ale glow, And flowers sprea-i their treasure of crim. .:ou and snow t Whe-e tie breeze, o'er bright waters, wafts incense aloig, And gay birds are glancing in beauty aind soing: Where tie suinitner smiles ever o'er inoun. tain and phIIin, And Ithe hist gifts of Eden, unshadowed, retlinln. Oh, colne to tile South, The shrinc of the su; Ani dwell in its howers, sweet. henutii...

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. — 8 April 1874

W IN N 820lO. I. MEANS DAVIS, Editor, Wednesday Morning, April 1, 1874. The Counter Memorial. The Rads have sent a counter felegation to Congress. 'And who arc these firtiious ' luifibaries that are to confront and confound the 6txpayers ? Their names are spelled thus: R. 11. Gleaves, S. J. , Leie, '. L. Gardozo, D. 11 Chamberlain, .I F. Wlhittemorc, MlcIntyre, Nash, Owens, Jiurley, and Neaglo. Won't these make a respectablo showing I Gleaves and Lee presided ov&- the Senato and Ihouse, and will tell how fraudulent measures are - passed though the legislaNtre. Car-dozo Vill tell what ho -knowe about pri'nto ing, and what ho knows about tiking the State Seal to New York to itsuo fraudulent bonds. Chiamborlainl will explain the work.-ings of Kempton and t h e financial board. Whittemore will tell now members how he was kicked cut of Congress twice fur selling Cadetships, ind how he can greiaso a grab through the Senate. Tim Hlurley will explain to the avaricious how he came to So(...

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. — 8 April 1874

ollaftr no LOOA k NOTICE. * e letlIdn our oolurnus except upo~n pawymenit of TEN . 0 EN TS a t'ine. 0 Jon PNINTINO.-Our office has been 6itted with all materials necessary fo" pr*nting jobs of every description. BIlls, Letterhends, Posters, Invitation and Business Cards &c., &o. VOrY ADVERTISEMENTS. Notie-J. M. Martin. ,A lost IlorPe-Wim. MC. 1Iir. Notice to Trespassers-R. A. IHer ron - Masonio mveting-J. C. Squier, Sec. Mawmps-W.iE, 4ken. Spring Cloth'itig-Woodward & Furniture-R. W. Phillips. Internal Revenue .,Notice-J. W. Douglass, Cdmmissio.ierd Notice to all Interested in Musf6 J. H. Lowery. 0::- When will that cotton be sold T Me are still waiting-on a good many .frien-ds who owe us for the N avs and I Ent A 1.V. ga We learn- tLt Dannenberg & Ce, have leased tho toro coecupied by Bacot & Co. - .ANTaNG COTTo.-A go ahead Pfriuer n.tar Ridgeway planted twenity acres in .jottou iat Monday FrId Tuesday. le has finished planting carn alo. - A dispatch from. Mr. G...

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. — 8 April 1874

The Fairfield Herald. PU11.18i'1D - V'ER Y WEDN.VESD./1Y. Southiern "tcs. lIon. R. M. T. Hunter is''spoken of for Congress fron the Frederickburg (Virginia) distrit. A Delaware man willod his thirty relat i ves five cents a piece, and loft $3,000 to a college. The Chattan'doga 'Tinies, noticing the hiring of the Georgia Penitentia ry convicts, 630 in number, for about $7,000 per antium, says that Tennes ace gets $25,000 for a smallor num bor. The Washington correspond .-tnt of the Cilinnati U sZet te states., "Gen1 eral Butler hus preeined to the Mo'se tile petitiun of Gelleral Pillow, ty.kin to le comopensated for prope Ly detrey t. by tihe Uniionl fui'ore. while ie Wl-s zlbhibient in tie Coileler ate service." The i1Ileigh Netwej tiniks, the carthquak oin B.Ald Mountain lii been pro bno publico. It s.tys it ha1s C111111 fi'ty-1iY colversiolns to religion, broken up t wenty-seven illicit whisky distilleries, drove from the country two sub-revenue oflieilIs, rid tile mountiiins of a...

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. — 15 April 1874

..= t. - - * * . ' - - ..' *- -. - Willi &Davi, ProprietorsWIN NSaBiOly Pape , DevDed to PcidR L15N . A VOLs *. .] _ WINNSBORO., S. G. WEDNES%-I)A./Y MOR01NING, APl- 1,17.IN.~2 VAIRFIEth NERAtJD Is PUn.SIKI) WI.KKLY BY WILLEAM1, & DAVIS. r rnmi.--T u I R 9iit L ts4I pIuMJ qbdl bk in the Town of WvInnsor, at. 63.04) in i ariqbly in advance. &p".. All triasient advertisemetilb to be I id tadvance. 94i) tairv Notices nand Tributes $1 00 per r.m a of l'ug ia llration io ee ;t srs *Ii*htir eiriti l a Public fler, 9 (i'iEd to Con1sider life Qucation of -.pa ive 1iow of the tax. ..' -L 1. . 8 t at is pt. _t .L11! tit ilf. fin.)'hi!v. of asgtaa - e el ry to~ai htd tsa.d an t~Ar-u -. %!, tI I , lij :s o t pile tai 1. . f lit . tIo mvus It o giUa: it( t un t i .tenedo ht t.he. ..itaier be tail V :u to t dill edt .l ee uI t. vn! Id ii i atu t o lfld 'I .g (a.4( .o t he iaeut they th041.1 1'Iae). -Wen( to Colubi(: , ogatized the (tn a rLiuI, failh aid tie bast a.oy noul1, *t' ut-erl...

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. — 15 April 1874

THE FAIRFIELD HE RALD Pubiiled Every Wedneialn7 at VILVS1 1O R ), S. C., W I LL Al 11; S' D.1 T'7$. - 0 TERlS-1N A DV.ANCE. Otte Copy one year, - -- 00 ?ife " * - - - 12 00 Q011. L'Itry AVs. Presitirit Grunti. The foqowing is thle extract from ,lie I- peet h of our tiowniian, Gn. M. V. Gary which h1s so) arAu.-ed the Sitherto Illh guilatic and i n iII Ovabl e I'le'idelL of the Un7i itcd States, do liveied in the late T ax-payeIS C6n 7clt tion (f S. C. "1 ft-r one, amin unwIlling to be MOmocking at tl:C (oor of the White 'iouse fio. politia or other fMavors ; 1 1am1 Willing to concedle that frant P a great Holdier, iit to have inod )y Ctesar, Nalceen, Wilhiani thle ."ot.qicror or ahingt on, i h u!ds ic, aid give direction in battlc ; but q5 accepting presenitz tf grV-t valne 3 lit i ng tle repoibiil ity (if hiis Ilpeculating wvith Fisk anld Goulld. idhereby, ho mij-le twenuty-five thou adlt ll rl, I.oil hi., w% ife, 1e has turiihled an1d thrown awavily a fame that might have ICerpetr...

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. — 15 April 1874

lereafter no LOCAp NOTICES will be inserted in our colimns except upon paymefit of TEN CENT8 a line. 409 PEINTNo.-Our offloe has been fted with all materialis necessary M'r pri-nting jobA of every 4esription. hills, Letterheads, Posters, Invitation ald Business Cards &c., &I. New ADVEnTISEMENTd. Notice to Riad Oversedrs-Ienry Jacobs, Cha-r.' Board Co. Uom. Citations-W. M. lieison, J. P. F. C. 0)- The recent heavy rains have warhed awyy the west abutment of Bell's bridge, over Little River. 0)- We learn, that a teav hail storm visited -Doko ahd the vicinity on Thurvay noIn'ng, doing much damage. 04- A portln of the Greenville and Columbia tailroad was washid away by the ieaiy ruinsi atid . 0 trains did tiot get th-ough on Thdrsa day. 0:) We are informed th6theroaro about thirty ones caiididates for the three pobitions of policemen In XV iiaisboro. W e give most of ot-r spnco to a rM1,ort. of Gen. Bratton's t-peech. It is well worth re.ding and pcnder ing. O: A "cold .aapl" is...

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. — 15 April 1874

The Fairfield Herald. l'UlLISU':D .E T''ERY V T;VESDA Y. Regab uilon for (lie Taxix hlioii. Reciot. t liiieidd W be Organitzed by llth Tax Ilit y rs' l'olla le ioll1. Wheras, the enormous increase of taxation, an mitisaiplication or em, bezzlement of the taxes, wln col. lected, will reduce both the prre. tors and laborers of tih ii ne to ruin, ti.o uiderignwd Io agte( t(, form a Tax Union, for the puirpo of restoring nil hon)st1 I gem nie1 nnd an econoiial olminitration of State and County a urS. To this end, %e alop, t hIe fillowing rulus, aU1l4 earnesily invok the aid o t all hlonest citizen, amd eype.'Ally the activo co-operation of the young :ilen : This UI nion hiall I known as the Tax Union. All ten -p.ayers of th6i townhipl, Wit Ih uUtrUgArd to party or race, are initud to become In m beris I'. The oiliours Simiel b 1e i Presidenti, Secreta.ry anti Treamnrer. T'he thnionl all hold regular imh-h iy leet ings. tich n'ember l 1i ) ; 1 to the eeret:ry, who will rueip: for the sam...

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. — 22 April 1874

Williams W INS R, o WEDo S DA I O1 u'v and Literatur IL 2 ,$18'n4[NO V.OL. 1.qj 1. . ~. . WINNSBORO, 8. C., WEDNESDAY...',,.,G APl22184 3 TAIRPEti'D HiERALD IS PUBLISt(D y.ErlCiY Y, Y WILLIAMS, & DAV .. Term,..''st, lInALDI) l pual6i1shod Week in the Tow.tof Winnisboro, at 13.00 in * - r i a l y . ?I ' h in C 't . . . . ; . . Sii All telliisient advertisemtents to be p itid in advance. ''. Obituary Notices and 'ITibuilu $1 00 per CUNTENTENT, - luggested 4n se'ing a little pictu're oT 'An aged couple in a log cabin, before a fire, a. bed timo.] 'he b-inks Is all abtislin', Nane, and thingi is goin' ter bmash ; .% The people sold for credit, whar they'd oughler sold for oash .An' whisser's bringiu' poverty to every body's door : Tho rich kin istand it very well--hit's or ful on the poor. the workinman's the. scro', Nance hest' gist no work to do, An' folks ar roin' to' suffer whar they suffrin' never I new An' thent that's always 'showin' o' to p.or folks whit. tit.-y've got, You'...

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. — 22 April 1874

It. MEANS DAVIS, Editor, 7odnesday Morning, April 22, 1874. A Wholesome Act.. ,4)n6 Af the best 'measures passed by -i.h Legis'ature at- Its -.past sdssion w.. s the one forbidding the Governor . 'remove appoiutces wvithout guod eaise'beid shb'od. This strikei a direct blow at the root of most of the villainy existing in South Carolina. It is iipossible to siy how 'much of the dt filca;ons of treasurers through :ho State, and how many acts ol op pression of Trial Justices, are to be attributed to the Iresont Governor, beyond doubt the most corrupt aficial who has ever wielded power iii South Carolina. The defaleationi of ilum bert of Orangoburg, was owing we a theft of $6,000 on the - part of Gov. Moses. What purt the Governor -had in the dofaleation in Fait field Couibty is not known. and may never b. But we believe flrmly that Moses i., partly responsible for the eipty treasury hero. The Augusta ConstitutionaliAt re eently contained a l9tter from Colui.. Lim showing how Moses endo...

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