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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 April 1874

ia" llereafii-r no LOCAL NOV'CES will be inmeried in our coluimns except upon p Iymen011t, of 'EN CEN 's a lin1. Jon Pas wrNo.-Oar office has been fitted with all materials neoessarv for prinating jobs of every diesriptioi. Bills, Lttterheadj. Pi'sters, invitution aud Businves Catrds &o., &a. Nxw A DVEtITiEiENTS. To Rent- G. 1. ie MwItef. New Goods-MuMalaster & Brice. Spring and iummer Goods-With era and Dwight. Sheriff's Sale-L. W. Duvall. KENTUCKy uLe4.-Mtr. A. F. Gooding has just r cuoited a~ oar loal of Kentuel'y umules. Thaby Can be fouad at Mr. Terrial's Stables. Q 4-There wasa c onsidegatle quantity of rowdyluim one' thie breet last Thur.,day hight. WVhere welo the police ? g T" Te.:IIook and Laader Con pany paraddd on Thursdag afternoon in full uniformin,,ad presented a hand some aippacrunce. Q:r- Bell's Bridge was not i.*ured by I recent rains. It isa substau tiul structure. The road on thd'Wes thru approach ii; badly washed in places. , 4- At tho recent electio...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 April 1874

The Fairfleld Herald. PUJDIICr'D .~ E VINRP WEZ .'E5DA. T Cliucie~s. Napoleon IV. has boen dubbed the "Imperial Barkis;" Vasquez, the Calidepla bi'dit. took five dollars from a b#i and then bought the an's igloves for two dollars. "If a, naughty girl sho,0'l 1iit4. A, like a good girl yo% would forgive her, wouldu't you ?" 'Yes, narm,' seu replied, "if I couldn't catch her" Where they go.. A. DabOry Sun day-school scholar being asked what became of nen who deceive their fellow-men,. promptly explained "They go to Europe.l' An Illinoisiaup wrote to Horace Greeley several times asking hiin what was good for catarrh, .and fi: nally Iorace got out of patience and replied : "Chop your d - d head off." The Golden.Globe of Colorado has suspended on account of the, disap. licarance of the.editor, He was last seen standing under a tree, and some nen were pulling on a rope. They were going to put a u an out of a San Francipco,theater for creat ing a disturbanoe, when a voic cries: "eio's all ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 April 1874

Willi'amis & DaV"q- ilietorsd. 'A r di z 1 l11Pper, UOevoted to Scienc* Art Vnu~ hrdU'strv and LteraWue ~... VOL Ikel WINNSBuOid $. b4, W#EDNESbAY MONING APNiL 2N 187; X A LD , 1C) KiLY , ny WILLIAMS, , DAVkS. ri. .l'Ata H mtan s a piml) Ch41 Week .,in the TOwmr. 4.winnsboro, at, 83.00 i'. ,46" All translent ailreilsetnents to b pid in advapoes. ,.., " .0411 uary Notices and Tributes $1 00 pet 'l 'KNOW THEE 'I ERl, D. D. Prenlice sailt "No living poem can txlari Jjn beauty the following lines fiot the muse of Anmelia :" 'ale star, that with thy soft, ;ad liglit, Comes out upon my bridal eye, I have a song to sing Vp.night, Ikfore shou takes, thy mournful leave. Since then, so softly ti0pe hal "tirr'a that,."oth1s have almaost seemned like honars, And I ant like a little bird That slept too loog among the flowers, A'td, waking sits with waveless wing. nott sing ing 'iid the shades of even; DO, oh ' with sadder heart I sing-. X sing of oine who dwaell in llenvati. lthe winds are s...

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. — 29 April 1874

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD 'ublished Every Wedneaday at WINNSBORO, S. C., BY H1 YL L AS <5r D.4 /118. O TERNS-IN AD VANCE. .Pao Copy ono year, - - $ 3 00 ,F!V" -4 -f - 12 00 "- 25 60 thcering News from Mero National CapI .lol -Spt'culliolls 11K to tlhe Action on f'oligress oil the Taxpayers' Memorial. WAsINoToN, D. 0.. April 24. The Houso ausb-judiciary . committen held a brief coniultation to-day on 14th. Carolinta matter, ad pot-joied tin nloti;an Until lnext. 1\l onday. Tihe 'iK':*!ject otf the Taxpayorn' meumoria xcites the grave consdoratjion of the .ub cotuioittee, who will rcihport in imformity with tho magn itidi of Slihe interests domed to be . in vo ved. The it.1ueince wrought lly the airgu merits of' the taixpa)crs. is felt. inl g.overnment circles outsido of the jPdiciary committQe', and is daily i:rowing more potential, 1s i evidene. ed by the gravity with whith the sub. ject is being considervd. It, is no I iceablo that the deposition to *ift the complaints of th mIemoria...

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. — 29 April 1874

VkW- llcrenfltr no LOC11AL NO 'ICE will bt' inAertel inl our columns except upon p tyment of TEN iiN t'S a line Jon PnINwr'is.-Our oflice hais icu fitted with all materi-.la necessai v for priiting joiA of every descriptioi. Bills, Ltterhliad losters, ;Invitation and Businees Cards &c., &o. NEw AiDVENTIS.,MKNTiS. Notioe-DI R. Fleniken. -- Mlasoio Meetig-.J. C. i3quier, Sqee'y. Tx Notice-W. M. Nelson, Couu ly Tr(naurer. VFresh Arrivals-Withers & U wight. N tice-R. J. -MeCarley. Writing Pdper-W. E. Aihen. More New Goo-us-Dainnenberg & C.,. he- rho exlibition of thiO.eeialo Senlalry'will be gii'en on 011 evell ing of the lot or'Muy. RI:AD. - aladIe.icp latluneleLne, Laoce Shawl valued it $150 caii Ie tt eln ou exhiLuiion at Daenctib.--g & kCos. VE r~ at. Pier-e 13.ot has shlown p.stono lirge [rich Potatoes of thi. year's g ro wth. n ' The ioads in, tihe rounty lie in a hortiblo plight, owing to t!eo lute ranis. We hear that they tile bei..g wo,ked however. O All fir...

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. — 29 April 1874

The Fairfield Heralds PUBLIstL3D *)EER. WVEDJVENZix'.y. [Columbia Correspondence Constitution . alist. South Caiolin. In my last letter I gave an account of how Moses succeeded in foisting hinself upon the honest people of South Caro!ina as their Chief Execu. tive, but in givi'g a brief biographi cal sketch of that woithy, I neglected to embrace his career as a conscript agont at Edgelield Court House, which I shall proceed to do in this. As hitherto stated, he succeeded in obtaining th contfidence of that great otatesainn, ex-Gov. Pickens, who miade him his pr ivate secretary, but in the Summer of 18-, when a new Governor came into oflice, Moscs wq told that lie was no longer needed, and through the itbiluence of his wife's confiections, who were highly respectable, Ie was conmissioncd as a lieuteamnt, and sent to Edgelield to hunt up deseiters and a baenters froin the Coildc~lc rate arihius. 1l this role he was a perfect tyriant.. Tic zeal he manifested was tRuly refresh Ieg. Old ...

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. — 6 May 1874

Wlim&DaiProprietors.] A aml Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literat, -- Trs-$.GurAnm n d~ VOL. IX.1..*J WINNSBOROI k./, ,:.WEDNESDAY MORNING, A ~17: IO 5 "AIRFIELD HERAtD 18 P1.Optinxt> WKEKLY BY WLLA.Iks,.* DAVIS. Termen. -' i x It gtAw is publimbo41 Nypek in the Town of Winsiasboro, at tb.00 in i grial@ ina advance. ? '-MiI tr)isutient. advertisements to bo p id in adv~ance. 0:)i tuary NoticI iud Ti'ibutes $1 09b.4pr rt i re. An Upright Judge. We givo below, cxfrrotp.,rom 'a 0ilrge d1,clivered by JulgA Gibnqi t ilo Grand Jury of Richenou.d Couarn5'. pa.- It i a' an admirable production. ..JJudge Gibson wau. once a R -public in but it will be seen that he...h1.asbut'jittic regard for thejtari ia cW. We quote from the Chioniole and Sentinel. -Cuanpff TO TiI GRANp JURY. Jadga Gibson deiverd' the 'fcl. lowing ciharge to tho Grand Jury One of tie greatebt evils of the a3 is the littlen g'"ard we chave for tiuth, the iy-ry slight ihiportande uttached .to e p...

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. — 6 May 1874

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Published Every Wcdnesda7 at WINNSJBORO, S. C., BY WILLIAMS <5' D.A TIS. TERMS-IN AD VANCE. One Copy one year, - - $ 3 00 ilvo . . " - - - 1200 fon " " " - 25 50 A Ilotel eipublic. A few days ago, we learned that an account of Mr. Sumnei's deatl was received with profound torrow in IIayti. Royal honors, buch us lauyti can bestow, were accorded to his memory. The liezavens and the earthso'far as Iayti could accow. ph1Ah the job, wei c huing in black. Ilayti was on of the "idols of Sum. n1e)0' soul," an11d "to show how vey worthy thisietgro Republio is 1f be. ing idolized by Auch a soul us S um nLI's tihe following telegram will pru. bably explain - - JACME.L, April 19.-The Pret.i. deitial eloution'in ilziyti takes plaeo ou the 15th inst. Gen Dominiquen is raising an army with-which to take possession of the. Presidency by- force should lie fail of election. It i:' re ported that the north is solid againnt, him. Troops are concentrating at Capo Uaytien. The St....

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. — 6 May 1874

iy- Inernnfi-r tio LOOAL NO) tm Will be ina.Arteud in our columns. pXcUpt Uipon pyiment ot' Tr' UN 8I'S a line. Jon PtiriNT.-Oor oflice has boon fitted with all miateri-.ils necessary for privntinag jobs of evory d6,eiiption. Bills, Letterbend, l'sters, [avitatii. and Businers Cards &c., &o. Niw A DVERTISEMRNTS. Notice--Bacot & Co. Notic-,R. .J. MeCarle'y.. ttico-P. Bacot, tutenidanat. Stop, Stop--Landecker & Co. SStihart D.nicls is still . fgur. Ing iu the police court of Columbia. We have leard of no damage caused b) the cold s--ap. A . fearful dearth of news exists. Fartners are so buoy jauut ing that town looks deserted. . & A cold s'ap on Wednesday niout.irg. A gentleman from the tcountry ts oits i-eal genuine sleet at daybrt.ak. .4" On account of the firemen's pairade, the meeting of the Winovs -boro Grnuge will lie postponed until thu second Saturday ilb May. # Orinsg to the press on our local colunins' i! bave.to post poie several ms.tters till our next c...

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. — 6 May 1874

The Fairfield Herald. P'III LI SE1'3D EET"RY J' YESD) . The Columrbia c iirespondent of the Augus.ta CoWtit uI onlt( ist btates that tihe two comIing tilen, inl South Caro linak polititics ar . St(!'enaltor. IRobert: on and ex Gveoriv Sco't. Of th lat. ter Wm writus : "6Ex-(-ovei nor Seatt t ho otheir cani. didate. wals a iGlenral in th& 1Uitn arily during the 1lt War, at.. Ciun. ina bd 0 -di-t ion i l the battle of A tlant ., nd w:.s w athin a fe teev < , Gene-ral Ml brs-m'::e that Ailiert was khilled, an~d van himself severe ly wouniledd and !ade piisonter. lie has the hear'ng of an hunst mnan, '1nd1 isA hig!.y res-pec-ted, thle only Fault againrt, bian being his nugletet to have Moses and other corruipt1ion ;sth (whIo ,.o wnriou.sly imb Ia rr-soud hlis adminlistratiol) pIosuecuted ondi hent to the penitetiary. lIN in W-,t Iiiown and appreciated 1y the phii ters in the vicinity of Clarksol, wher 1.4 an ag21nt of ' t (I.v r ' inent, in I865 and 18(;G, lie dishura, ed nearly ...

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. — 13 May 1874

WINSBOZ10 S.tx e yD O m=Dean" T11H FAIRFIELD iflRALD 18 PUnii.181iD:i) wE:KKLY .ty .WILLIAMS, & DAVIS. IL I IAL is )ublislh ed WeCI. in the Town of Winnsboro, at $3.00 it g, ria>tlv itsi--adilanre. - Sti- All t-ransicuit, advertisements to b *Pti t in idviiace.. Obi:uary Notices and Tributes $1 00 put ims or inilcres. .nre for a felon- Take it to ILh prrits tiury. An Towa iman who- was called a fraud has recovered 13 couts daan. ges. Tho Aubuirn f0iiag niabine is le. elared a failure, aud its inventor a bumubug. 'he sharpost torments are said t.) be those .eused b.y trouble whioh never comi*s. Dr.y weaiher, high wind.i and .Gparks. Young ladies will plea~e be careful of -parks, .Three millions of cocoanuts arQ ex. .,ported .'in .a..aiigle year froin t be island of Ceylou. Marriage is described by a French eyhio us a ti. 03owe book with a very linl prefaco. A ewu'kabloe spear-head aid a nilver pilte . hIv . .be a u id" ci'vertd in all luki iLiLn grave ini Suuth Iij .da-. . It ...

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. — 13 May 1874

HE FAIRFIELD 41RALD 'ublished -:very Wednesday at WINNSBORO, S. C. B'Y W/ILLI./iuS 4- .D./1LS. 0 TERMS-IN AL) VANCE. tno Copy onle yenr, . - $ a no lyo " " '' . 2(. U) en " "~ " - ..- 5 JIIhelai Directory or Fairiletid County. SEWaATOR-lo'e bCS Martin. UEPiREBRNTATIVICS-.-181anC lior, Levi Lee, ml. 8. .\liler. Nan'I. 11. C-ow ney--Clerk of the Court. WV. It. Nelson--Judge of l'robtte. -Conity Auditor. W. Al. Nls--Conily Ireasurer. Dr. W. 11. 1> aike--.inry Comnission'r. IV. J. CrawIford-ochool Comni isioner, cotrwrT COMSnaSMONana--I. L. E'lliott, Hlenry Jacob, John .1lartin. II. N. Obear- U. S. Ceinmissionor. NOTAnIS 'It LIC-Al. C. HIobcrts3n, A, K. Craig, II. N. Ol)twi, TRIA L .it'rwte q-A% . Alne ey, lW. it. M aishaill, 11, 1%. Flanigan, Sij-as W. 14it l 1) 1i Kirklaal, Jamne.m caUtcr, Thornia. U1llier, Dr, Ira -S. 8cott. VINN8nISino NATIONAL BANX OF oi9iTi cAtOINA. Al'Ii elIZ ICAPITAl.$20,(U( r.%1 or $75,0O. IV. II. Ptoleiffon. PresidenW. Gen'. II. A'ehin-ler, Vicqe President....

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. — 13 May 1874

"upon ple'iuLt or TNN rt N'. i'line J OD Pa rTIN.-Our ofile Isha been fitted MAih b131 tiiaterials tecessary for printing jobs of.every description. liills. Lectterheoads, i osters, lihviiationi and Business nt rds'&e:, &4. N F.w A DVETISEBWNiTS. Lw Prices--l i nieieg & Co. C'itat ion,--IW. M. N elson. N..tice - John D. NeOntley. Fe-e-h Me lioineai-W PL. Aike6. A sitor's Notice-Jcl Copeu. I. (.-Dautenbergs are stiri so'l.-. inl Be--t Prints at Wets. w AU k.nd, of fancy iced drii Is cau bi foutMa ht 13. 1. Row'!; Ci.NT.-Daniiehberg & Oo't baI 1.1 f lor Meichant, Tai aring aro fa., Si V 1oi !, ui the la te t ht Los. 7- T[e c'fig, r s elect for the eu Suilng quarter: ir thpe Lo ige of Good Temiplars will be imstlled to-Iight. Oi There was aii 'iiomersion at r..tmti's Spri;-g on Siundaty, attend e.1 by a large concouise of culored people. UsIq&'.-Go and see those ".nnd poine. l'Iiiuarsl3 ut Danneinlerg's. They are beautiful. f Owing to 1le length audim porIutee of se...

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. — 13 May 1874

rhe Fairfield Herald. P UnLISif 1) 'Popultr Anitiscutents. My minA 1has been agitated for somo time on a subject which I think is having a gruat inluence for evil on t he Clinreh of Chrlibt. ' It is on p, au lr anisomentsl, the propriet y <.f which, [ think, is very duobtful. The first is the eircus. In our towns and vilLiges, where little provision is nde for intellee tual or high tooed pleasures, this evil iafluenco ik more narked, or at I uast, I010 Observable- I lavo freqjuently observcd jost before a communion Sealsdni. the Vhol town in excitoment over thu highly eibellisihei cireus hand-bills, at.d the ilooli comniiunity, old and young, rich and poor, p ref., sor and nonprofe.sor, anxiously look ing forwaid to its arrival ai a W a o)aI of great delight. Then just debts are forgotteni'not able to pay ?) all clti Ins upon -the purse for the cause of betievolen ce or I. xten, ion of CIrist.. kingomln are laid atide, and even tlte (uh arterly si ubse. iptiont for tle strug glin...

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. — 20 May 1874

VOL. IXI1 W___ INSB.O, C-,WDEDY O~~IXx -. THE 'AIRFIELD IERALD I4 fUIIlS1IlED WKrKLY BY WILLIAMS, & DAVIS. 7'ne. --tPt lmnakin is publishel Week IntheTown of iinnsboro, at $3.00 its criably -in adipance. ejr- il ransIent advertisements to b p uid in ittlvance, Ohituaary Notices and Tributes $1 00 per FEEl' OF SIZE. Take them up tensderly, ,L.rt ihem, wiih-10a1M-- - *i.4"hionedse sienderly A bea!ttift.& P.tir Look lot I.; oe n- nher ''t welves, A iglil o lstemselve ! Made rron two ox hides, The truth ali l .1 tell ? Abule for a young brido, A Terre llanto belle. - Touch thm, uot icornfully, Think of.hr mourntully , h1 h1 s to weur I him. u'o taught on lna.l or sea, Usder the 'oanopy. C'al we conpartu them 1 herf4tthor's feet ? tljlisw wore heir niihers I Ilow wer., her .isier' ,feet? How wei e her JrigieIeat'v ? Whal had thenntaid.nt duno Tht ilo sitdotsd iiierit it ? Wis it AJufiga.ni, . Or did she inherit it, ? 1Alns ! 'or 'he rarily Of Corisian ohariiy Scaroer thian pearls...

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. — 20 May 1874

T HE FAIRFIELD WRALD Published Every Wednesday at WTNNSBOR0, 'A. e., hr W ILL LIAIxS 4 D>ArJzI. TERMS-IN ADVANCE. 9iif- Copy one year, - $ 3 00 io - " 1200 *(*u 64 ~26 60 (3iCIal Directory of 'Faei~fied County. rNATOR-MOses Maritin '.aUSuTassiiM use-Isako Miiller, lovi L. W. Divall-hlieriff. '4arn'l. B. Clowney--Clerk of the V'ourt. V M. Nelson-Judge of Prohate. F. Davidson-Connty 'Auditbr. . . Nelson-Couit y Trea~i'er, Dr. W. B.- P'nke-"Jury COmmissioter. W. J. Crawford-chool Comaissioner, VoNT c0oMW tsbNans--1I. ' L. 'Elliott. JEbe y Jaleob,'John Mattln. N.Ob'ear- U. 8. Cemnissioner. AOTAiIS mA'hLIo-'M'. C.' Roberlt , 'A. X. Craig, If: N.- 65lldr, TRIAL 'J1'lTcaN-.A: '. Mtakey.* W. R. Alarshall, Hi. it. Finnigan, Silas W. Rulf. D U. Kirkland, James Carter, Thtunas Walker, Dr. Iri 8. Scott. WINNSBORO WATIONAL ANK 'Or soUf01 CAROLI NA. AUTSIORIZKDCAPTAL $200,0W0 ,wA so up $76000. W. T Roberlnon, President. Gen. II. hec'Mnter, Vice. 'resident. 'Fam'l.'U. Vlowney, Cadsier, bl. C. R...

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. — 20 May 1874

.50- ilereafler no LOCAL NOr1CES will be Insertedl In our'oolrnns excep upon p-tyment of TEN ems rs a line. '3on PRINTITNG.-Our ofice haH been fitted with all matdrials 'nooeesarv for printing jobs of every ieseri Ition. Billy, Letterheads. Posters, Iavitatiou "and Businers Cards &u., &t. Naw A nEUtISEMCNNTS. 'Sheriff',, Sl-L 'jvAll. & k Ipor - . % .OV) ~y Coalhier. Jus; RecefIved-J DI. Galloway. .,'itartiin-WV. 3..en ~IoW~nrdintance NY. 6. ern k hdik i a C o n o e J-istt aceiv--d- D. R. Flenniken. Millinery-D. Lauderdale. Mf' The gravea of soldierr. in the diIffret'olureh yards in town were appropsiately wre- tied' n 'aturday Or ::7 e -rgrgt tto. niclp ,the 'eathi of Henry, the infant szon of Mr. and Mrs. H. A.. Sithion Saturday. gy Mv. Jno. 1). McCiri.ey har pl. ed upon our table the largest Ir~inh pota oe we have seen this bea son. The Gland Central is ahead Our The night train. are di.,con. tiued for the present. the down day paisenger baa returned to the old sa.nd~i...

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. — 20 May 1874

rhe Faiffleld Herald. PUBLIS2D *IJ fkAfY WEDL$1id lY. IFrom the S . Louis Republican j 'The Cohuink Canvais. A PaoCLi'MA'TIorr ' FRbi SI.NATOI SCnenz-NEW VARTItMs AND NEW Is s--W :AT 'T ilE ShsAr'ea 1'RO. POSES AS T1HE NEW PLATFORM SHALL TimE PEOPLiC GOVERN TII01 WASIINOTONS D. C., May 3, 1874. --There hita been a good deal of gossip in the newspapers lately toueliing the plant and prospects of Senator Soh urs. Mr. Schulz regards the anti monopo. ly movement in'Its present stage as simply an inchoate revolution, a vast mass of incoherent elements, that las as yet no unity of purpose more defnite than a viague desire for a change and no unantnity of feeling and hentiment beyoid a general dis. siati8fnlOtitn with the pr8eet state of publio'affairs, and a general will to put things to rights without any well defined single idea as to how to do it. Conversing upon the 'subject one evening with a number of friends high in public and honored in private station, who Were Oisiting ' at 'hi ...

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. — 27 May 1874

williatii b&is PfftiietoM A FaMily Paper, Devoted to Sciecdi Art, Inquirv, Industrv and Literatur [Terins---$300 ner Antn, Ii Advanbr VOL WINNSBORO, S. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING., MAY 27 1874. [NO THE kAIRFIEiD AtAAtD iS P1Bualt.I8ED WEXKLY IB WItLIAMS, & DAVIS. Ferort.--Tits litsaX is Oibthkhed Week in the T6wA of Wiansboro, at 83-.Wb in r eiblrq1y in d4an'ie. - b All tianIsWIeL advertiseinedts to be psidi a advanco. Obituary NotUte. WA TibUteis $1 00 par The bift of plnos. WHA T L.EADING NeilTIIH1N 1 oin Ast SAv ABOUTSIUr1 IAIOLINA. (From Ah 'New Yo-k World ] if the South CsaIlibtanH fail in their appsel to the Getieral . Govern. hient for relhi, it wil hardly be fromu lack of fiz-xibility in th'e appeal. Its. oently. they 'ahk'4 relief' b'coaune Soutr Caorolina ib in law the equal of the t.thet States, and (this 1,etitioll Dot meeti with gUed suooes-,) now 0on% Mr. EF . linen S. 1K-itt, who asks reliel becadim e. "South Carflia~t is utt a saverefitn S ate in eithe'r theory or ...

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. — 27 May 1874

rfHE FAIRFIELD HERALD Published Every Wodnesdn at WINANSBOJo, . ., By WILLL1fS &' .bAT/Is. 'RR.1t-15AT AiVENC E. ie Copy one ycae, - - - '00 Ye w- - ,4 " ' 1200 " " - - 2660 hlatj 4P)rceroy of Fairfiled UOtility. SENATOR-MoCs Mlartin DUPBESENTATIVEs.Iaao Miller, Levi no,' II S. \Miter. L.. W. Duval--S',eriff. Mwu'l.nt 0. Clowney-Clerk of the ('6urt. Tf M. Nelson-Judge of Probate. ). F. D.tvidson-Connty 'Auditor. w.'lt; Nelson-Cou'*ty'Treasthdr. )>r. W. It. P nke-Jury CdmmlPiion er. W. J. Craw ford--4chool Commissioner, aefl*N~T1' cos~i~tt~sfr.ts--. L. Elliott, Ji.* y Jacob, John Alartin. 'N. Obear-U. S.'',0mmissioner. 4oTAtNKS PX.iaC-M. C. Robertsar., A, if. Craig, -I. N. Oboar, 'rati.'IL aJtTtbEr--A. MI. inckey. W. R. Marshall, It. h. Flanigan, Silas W. IniT. -' It. Kirkland, James Carter, ThaomIan Walker, Dr. Ira S. Scott. w112JIsRORo NATIONA. 'DAkK OROUTH CAlOtLINA. AVTIIOni7zErraAr*1ThJ.$200,OO IAll) Up $76,000. W. It. Robertson, President. Geo D. cMasoer, Vice.President....

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