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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 27 May 1874

gg Iiereat..r~ no . LOfiA .,$0T'.10E$ will b insertert -in our columns ekoop upon piynent of T4 Co9; L'8 a line. 'g Any persoin. iie.Cotintv Iiving know edige of any olroumstance.f inteteet occurring in hi,eighbsrhood will oqnfer a fPuor by furnilhilng information at this Jon lnmR4Tzo.-Our office has beet fetd jith all miaterials'necessary for lrilting jb of dvery'erfptn'. hs.il Letterheads, P-sters, iny tatios anud l1iP e.eda&. p Nraw ADVEltTISEMFNTS. Notic-- W. M. Not--on. J. P. F. 0. wa N es-dV. . Nleon, Clk. of Council. New 'Ooos- 0. O.')'. Ten, Tea-N. 1. Aiken. New Goode 'to Xrrive -bannen berg & Co. ReV. W. O.Cainph'ell bs re tiiued froin the1rOtestant'E copal 'C..nvent ion ins C0harl.t oen. Mokes will betried at Orangiburg op .the..28!h for' L.rreeii-.'. Il0.ga'ye TUb We hear that oropg in air .fild ih'oakTrg budly, del t inorne . Ings and dry wether are against out t(fl. I ' c'..C I% anenberg. lI'ne of haIdy ijrfofls all 'tyleg, %bey are u Y..stiJiou'o. 0:'r Let orgu...

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. — 27 May 1874

.'The FairfledHerald. $RY WE~dV'1tSD AY. London. VITTEN FOR TH E ATLANTA tCONST5'rI. TION-BY PROF. WADDELL. We reachedoustom square after 'dark. We had ascertained that there was a hotel -upon tho space -kuown as St."Paul's'thurohyard, and - as I had a fancy to spend our first Sibbahlth ere, (It being Saturday night) we took a cab to the "Cathe. dral Hotel." Arriving as we did, after drk, nothing of our whereabouts -co-uld be seen. But eatly the ne'xt morning I looked out of our 'chimber windows and gazed upen, first, a contraotod, irregulur court, hemmed in by tall gloomy stone blocks on all our four sides save-wbere the strots enolosing the yard fbund egress ; and, second, upon a mighty stone pile rising up-in - the middle of - the .court, and, in. deed, completely'filing it up, with the exception of a few square; yards of paving stones nnd gra-s arot d the edifios, The enclosure is known as -St. - Paul's 'r'areh -yard, as is atated above, while the church is the world..renowed ' ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 June 1874

--- - -- -. - - ,. PI4~9YT~~- -- - -- I - '~' ~i SId tu o M * he d a ioide j.w di q 00 J f - " o- t 1a"g ,a,1 ' ad *a * i d b Jo 4 - 3 - / de4.1 u e s-io7 3ua iau lnt ha ->1iUl"0 Att 'au ai.nt- - ~~yit( T --~ . o P rA n - R 4 as ,siodsidII&,,*s had doidw 101 83goids oeesast n - o 0 01* st -- - L ,-1----T i ~ ~ - - -T - - Iv A. AlI 7(ii54. i4 A T -O LItas,-d I.11A d I gtN b. ,d -4 VOInse ubX E F1,$ O~lG Jt ENA.874 354~~~ . " VOL~~. .il WEDNEA IV~~Anf Advan(JIlce, ) t me.-*be IRR ALDDr , pDt wlhed Week ly III leTown e Winadbro,. a t .$404 AltwerimWt 6 adoees, . ! 1 J . ( " All tteel-.et advrtleitut4ts to be P4b iN A D V Ati. Obituary Nollaes. and Tributes :S1.0t peI e quare, IN TIS BAT OF CRIATIB0., 3ohn Paul, a mattoturer of rhyme. 'publishes in llarper's Magrstaxine, for June the folleti1g grite que but tender porm. which throw the g'sta6ur or romance ever the Furnace for the Dead : TrnA MatDA'5 LAer rA3RWULI. then .e night ware oh, then we knew Ililllaorhi worst, That the en...

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. — 3 June 1874

HE FAIRFIELD hERALD Published Every Wednesdky at ItiYxsNBno, ily WPILLAfiS <5' DA p-I. 2NtERMS---A AD VANCE. n-COPYn"#- $ 800 lo . " - 1200 -. * - 2660 -lebt Diroctory of Fairfiold County. *hrNATO-Moses Martin ssera'rt arItan 'Milleri Levi Asp,.hM. 3. \iller. L..W, Duvall-S',eriff'. Oaln't. It, Clownoy-clerk of tie Court. W. 1. Nelson-Judgo of Probate. P. F. Davidson-Uohuty Auitlior. Al. Nels m-Colnisy Treasurer. br. W. Bi. P ake-Jury Comnission- r. IV. 3.'Crawford-"ohol Comnxissioner, OoiNTT an mmission.- ita- It. L. Ii'lliott, 11.e. y Jacob, John Alartin. N. Obcar-- U. S. Ceminlailoner, . AOTARIII PUDLI--M. C. Rtoberts~a, A, a. C'aig, If. N. Obear, TnMA. .JaST1Cg-A. M. Mnckey. W. It. liarsha1l, 11. 1%. Flaniganl, silas IV. Iltlit. ) 15. Kirkland, Jnues Caiter, Thomas NiVlker, Dr. Ira 8. Scott. WINNa4nRo NATIONArL DANK 07 SOUTH cAROWiNA. AU-rlu1.ouncArITAL$20U,00 PAIn u1. $05,Ou0. W. It. tobertson. President. oen. H. b.Iiasier, Vice 'resident. fanoi'l. 11. ClOnwney, Canshier. Il...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 June 1874

WWUftUER MWALNU-1 will be ioweried In ou- 9ooh1anan1s excep upon p ynent of TE IM q ! rdi a line - gg* Any person In the!Counto hiving know e.ig- of any circunistance t.f ini i rest octurring in his nighh-arposI will U0..or a favor by furnlhisi inform ton at this ~ a j ?at~INo.--Our ofliuc haus hee. all. material I -or pr ng p, 4of every d brip.'41 tktiMP, laetter bend. i.atraia biao Iuinier Cards &c., &u. Nzw ADVE'rISEM1NTS. - ;'petetre Ntie .. A .8. Douglass. biali 1he ting-.J. C.. . Squie letitlujg F.Airfeld Fire Euine Cous-any. Millinjerj-D. Louderdale. 6rle Bacot. Olisuge of Sshoduae-C. C. & A. It. R. Odilalpoe-P. Bacot Intenldent. Isandtorse Gouodai-Dauueuberg & ,Co. - ;F'resh Arrivuls-MoMister & Attention-John H. Cathoart. ' A lightuih.g rod man has up peared in Faeitld. D - 'ho Union Prayer Mleating wilibehield next weck at the Usipt6i% Oniurcb. Mr. IIiry Jeffers reports thl its the north'htee n past of Flir Geld tLe wheat and o.ts are budlv ruted. 07 Cro...

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. — 3 June 1874

rhe Fairfield Herald. Mthere who propose to name their lboy infanis Tom Bpling vthat the M'r Tfnoysonas,writpq a tta e 'Ilf wit Mary Qkaeen of SU'ts for Ie Pubjeotj and it i soon to be perform d at rury LaU. 10 London. Senator Petry is at 646 frome at errAak,. .Con., eald his -iede thibeill ever -bo ab'e to re, iti tda-liiington. die has an af feotion of the spine. 1 Irigl)a4nYoung has -tegun to be "made a graufatherIi-law. and geomettical , progressiot is loads quate to-eseimath tho Infinits pos. -Uibillties-of the future..-New -York lVoig. 'The Setennabears heivi1 pen' Ma?4oMabou's -shoulders. ae -eold 0"t rtofipial 640 et ft ful androha, a6 M @n. o 1aihon has to attend to most-of ie affairs of the State. ' One 6f hepretty ,waiter-gifil es. tabishments of Chicago is mnore now. el'than eutiqing. 'Of it! the Times auys : "Thire you- can 'fld ' the fair creatures of 6ll mhadeslt from the coi or'ofa paheake to that of an Irish. - in's pipe. Governor Seymour, of -New .York, i out in 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. — 10 June 1874

WILLIAMS & DAVIS, Proprietors.] A Family Papor, Devoted to Science, Atr Inquiy, Industry and Literature. [TERMS---$3.00 Per Annum in Advanoe. VOL. IX. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 10, 1874. N THE A I R F I BLD II RALD 13 PUBL.ISE D WKEKLY BY W I L L I A IR S &I A V I N. Term,.-The iUERA iD i published Week. ly in i he Town of Winusboro, at $3.000 inrarialy in advance. VW All tranioett advertisements to be PA1D IN A DVA NCE. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per I quare. TUB DEFO ED. UT MaS.1. ,W sTaATTON. Tt'rn not on me that skud'ring gate, That loathing, fwond'ring look ; )'ieroe hatred In my soul you raise Man's aoerar I eannot brook. And I can better bear to meet A stranger's open sneer Than smiles I know are falsely sweet, Ono is at least sincere. My wan, unearthly fazc you see, And wonder frate could bless A warped distorted wretch like me With gilded hideousness. Yes, I have Gold-the shining heap To me a eurso has been ; Distrust into any heart will cre...

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. — 10 June 1874

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Publisbed Every Wednesday at WA7NNSBORO, 8, C, nY WILL1.1urs <4- J.1S. - 0 TERMS-IN AD VANCE. 9l Copy one year, - $ 3 00 ivo '' ' " . - 1200 en5 " . - 2660 "Proleteing" the Negro. AN INFLViNTIAL REPUBLICAN OUGAN PROTsTS AOAINST TnE PASSACJ OF THE CIV.I. RiGHTS IL.. tNew York I imes, May 27.] When the civil rights bill roachod a vote in the Senate on Saturday morning, after a continuois debate of twenty hours, twenty-nine members voted for it, and seven were paired in its favor, making thirty-six in all. Thus, the bill passed one branch of the National Legislaturo by a minori. ly vote, for it lacked two votes of a mn:ajority of the whole Sonate. The passage of the bill in the Senate cannot be considered as an authori. tative doolaration of the purpose of the Republican party. The mea. %ire has yet to be discussed iii the House, and we hope that it will be thoroughly discussed, without undue ogard to tho votes of the negroos. .Nobody would think for a moment of...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 June 1874

gW- Ilereafter no LOCAL NOTICES will be inserted in our columns excep upon payment of TEN CEN TS a line. W Any person in the County having knowledge of any oircumstanoo of interest occurring in his neighborhood will confer a favor by furnishing inforniation at this offico. Jon PILNTINO.-Our office has been fitted with all materials nocessary for printing jobs of every description. Billo, Letterheads, Posters, Invitation and Business Cards &c., &o. NEw ADVEnTISEMENTS. Tremniidous Stock-Squier & Co. Just Received.-D. R. Flenniken. Bricks 1-T. I. Robertson. Summons to absent defendant John J. Neil, Plaintifl's Attorne). Notice to Delinquents-H. B. Refo. Notice to Absent Dofedant-J. J. Neil, Plaintiff's Attorney. Dentistry-M. 8. flanckel. gf- The Schools in Fairfield are all closing. G4- Deaths in Charleston for the week ending May 30, 272-whitos, 8; coloted, 19. 0:r- See advertisement of the Bchool Commissioner in another column. A strolling minstrel of ten der years and en...

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. — 10 June 1874

The Fairfie!d Heraldh P'MnLis93D IPY rYE WE.ZXAESD.4Y.' 011cial Directory of Fairfield C0lti1ty. MM~tn--Noss Aartin It1EPuIsI;NTATIV Fs- IsaaNc Nliller, Ie.I a 5e, 11. S. .\llter. '1,. W. DutvAll-M'eriff'. Lant'i. 1, Clowivv--C lerk of thC t'ourt. W. Mt. Nelson--dge of Probate. 1'. F. lhavidsoii-Cont1 Aiitor. W. M. Nel m-Conty ''rearer. 'lr. IV. lN. P akehuiry Commission r. W. ,'. ILh'vwford'-cIIool Comm nI issioner, toSN co.l-'iss1xt~s--I.1I. Elliott, '10 y .lacob, Johnl .\artinl. N. Obear- U. S. Cemttmissioner. sAo-.r it s T mi m m - 1. Robctat:, A. 'A. Craig, It. N. Oben'i-, TU'A' Jusrti:s --A. If. Mlackey, W. I. AIlarhaIll, If. It. Fliiignn, silas IV. Itulf. b 11. Kirkland, .Jnines 'Carttir, Thowtas Walk er,'Dr. I'a S. -Ncot-t. 'wiNNSnonto NAToNAl. iA'iIC *br sOU'T CA ROLINA. A irioitiztui, CAIITAL $200,000 PAll) uP- $75,000. WV. It. Itobertson,' -Presidei't Vleo. 11. MecataterI V ice-PIresiddtt. Snu'l. It. Clowney, Cashier. Ml, C. iRobertson, 'leter. llt :lrots. -Y. It. Itoberi...

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. — 17 June 1874

WILLIAM &flAy;ro r 'A rarily Paper, Dv6ted- t6 Scin, 'Atr nq indus'try and Literfe. [TERMS---$3.00 Per Anu A IX]V WINNSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY MORNING JUNE - ~- ~ ----[NO.____. H 11UT I R MIL D' 18 PUD.LISIlED WEEKLY BY W I L LIA MS& 9 A V I S. .Tcrnas.-The HERALD iv published Week ly in the ToiWnpog W inaboro, at $3.000 invariably in advance. #t%- 'All tratsient advertisements to b PID IN AD V4NCE. Obitupry Notiss aLId- Trib11e0 $h-0 TllE BRIDGE OF SGII8. DY TISOIAS HOOD. i One more unforina'e, Weary of breath, Rashl- int.pont ntate, to ier deth! Tako ' -jit.nierly; Lift.ber with care I Fashiuned ao lenderly Young, and so fair 11 Look at her garments Clinging like cerreits, While lhe wave conlst..tntly Dlrps fromt her c!othing ; Take her up instantily, .oving, not loathiig Ill Touch her not rcoraratdi-y! Think of heor mnournjfuill, Genut Alnd' humibly Not of the sitinis of her, All hat. remains of.hpr. 'No, is pure w66iaily, IV. Make no deep scrutipy, 11110 her muji1 iny Rash...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 June 1874

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Niblished Every Wednesday at WINNSBO1 , S,., t TERAM-T,.N ADVANdj. s-$800 lie " -' " 1200 en 2'- " " - 2660 1oni11 Carolind. *. 4 Qtirroppoii"gog (ChOrotcjoo and Sonhn cl bs Mb to say about South Caroliia. ' iNTERv1EW WITH TIlE EDITOR OF Tilt 0 UNION iERAil. I'ho last' tine thot I who in Coldibbia I' this worthy, ohanoed tb bome up to the bar ot thq Uoluinbla Hotdl; while a friend and I were attentive a'ndfd, 0 thiring' liteners-.to tbb suanite rhoto rio of.the amiable bar tenderas he td sxpoundod (obt compounded 'min4 C you) the charms and pro'erties 0f (i W hite Laop,', .YV10hbor prpoooupa, * tion with stip bar tender's narrativo , pr having passed a sleepless nijiht on Ihe railroad had afected my-yuals, H oam uncertain, but I certaiply did b nor . hio opmnionaurabl.y witi l tho disparagement of .a friend 'rosi.. 0 dot-i Charleston, by mistaking the one for the other, and. cordially invi- w tod to . lieon W , . the bar P tender's recital., In a few soonds, a h...

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. — 17 June 1874

.soca1 meg.'X2.M bS iHereaftel fii .0OAL NO1T08 -will be laterted i64 ok .61tfUifi bkodp upon payment of TEN OBN TO8 lad. gg- Any persbaf In A4 e ddhy Lt'iih cnow ledge of any olroumcstance of interest ourring In% his nelghborhMod Will confer a favor by furnishing iuforaatiol at this ofR o.. Jo3 FRINTING.'- OroW oe bas been fitted *ith all- materials necessary (of finting obs of every d4sription. Bile --- titdo, Postersi levitatibn and Business dakd 6o., &0. kR A DvERTISEMINIA. Tax Notice-B. F. DaiAson, Auditolr Vairtisld tountY. Notice-beportes & Willialmbi Sheriff's Sale.--L. W. Duvalh t Art Gh1lry-:.A% IaUmgarton. I Dentist-Dr. Isaiah Simphobi bowh they oome-DVanuellbg t &Co. White L.'d-W 1. Alkeni Just Receiv4d-Pierie Daout, Agent. I b.- Township 11. organlisd Oat' . urday. We have received ho re ports. gg W4 leat that psthe list Week e were very light in Mr. N. C. Robert. g arons neighborhood. 0:- The wheat crops In the dpoer part of Fairfield suffered tIunsiderably...

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. — 17 June 1874

The Fairfleld H&rald. sta .0 l.of 1. - thl lwIcial Directory of Fairfieird ed County. I 1 ATOR-.-Moses blartin gal as nE WTATVE.-.Ieaasto M ifar, Lei 6al W. Nel dge of Probate. . , v^Tiqotn-onaty Auditor. pa . . NelsouQoputy Trenaurer. . - -r. ke--Ju uoSmisfaipp.. tt W. .rawford-cho Conlmmssion r,. 00 COINTY oM 18s ozqurts.---.J. L. Elliott, HIv Ay Jacob, John Martin. N. Obear- U. S. Cemmisrfne'r. AOTARINS PUIDLio-9J. C. Robertson, A, A. Craig, fl. N. Obear, TRIAL JusT[oes-A-. M Aokoy. W. R oii Iarshall 11. ft. Planigan, Silas W. Ruff. an D. B. Kirkland, James Carter, Thomas 00 Walker, Dr. Ira S. Scott. , ll Wysaoao .114T10541, DAY.Na OW SOUTH UtAZOL[ NA. AUTI5ORIZED DAPiTAL $200,000 de ,PAID UP $75,000. W. n, .iobertsoNYrsieaf. Geo. hi. MoN. as er, Vice.Presilent. ty Im'I. I( . Q1b 0oy, Cashiler. th D..0 Aloliison, 'Teller..0 bia ons. .i W. 11. Robertson, H. L. Ellitt., a a . Be0aty, Georgo II. MoMastet, .. IX Fon. pl niken, Jae B. MoCanta, Jas. II. Ition, Jas. d4 .4,201A. 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. — 24 June 1874

WILLIAMS & DAVIS, ?roprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Att I nquly, Industry and I.Iterature. [TERMS---$3,00 Per Annum in Advance VOL IX. WINNSBORO, S C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 24, 1874. [NO. THE N I It l' I B h!) If BR I, l Dt 1is PUnit.iSIMD WF.KLY DY I WXLLkAMS&DA vIS. t 11 Terms.-Tho IIERA 4D ippublished Week. - ly in the Town'jfWiunsboro, at *3.00 inrariably in dike@ce. M&* All trinslent advertisenrents 4o be 3 PArkA IN Al) VANYC *. It Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 t fer t quitre. DEATH 011 TOM CHlNS, t [From the New York Clipper.I 10o spreakl the glad tidings ! Lot victims rejoico I P The notorious Toni 'Collir a is dead i t -No more will be hoard the so-tnd of his voice, As ilm ptirinee so copious, palaver so choice, t Io asHserted enormitlies dreatd "Who was lie I' "Deso-ibe him !" Poor 1 ignorant, soul, Exu-t that your charneter's enved le assured his desire was not to extol, f Rest Content that your annte knew not I his control, u Else 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. — 24 June 1874

THE FAIRFIELD ..HIRALI .i a ished Every Wednesda7 aL WINNSBJORO, S. C., nY WT'Lt LI'M'iS 4' D./ IS - 0 ' 8 - IS.IN AD VANC Onte Copy one year, - - $ 3 five "6 6 - - - 124 n " " - - '2 qt is "by this fantim ir namo 'tha t he present Governor of-South Curo fi na appears to 'be known in his owl State. Thoe of -our 0adird wh miado thomre'lves acqujnainted wit the facts published lately it a lette from our special corre-pondent wil kinow what maniner of ian he is The evideUcO sCe.s to be 'ver whe!tn'ng that. lib is about as 'fi to be Governor of a Stato a any burglar Who prowls thou't th streets of' New York at -midb.ight lie has helped himself to tie publi funds, and lie has -handed ove'r th key of the treasury to tInybody els Who happened to be sh'ort of money -flis private character appoars to b detestablb3. We were obliged t strike out of correspondentm lette several passages which might hav been offensive to delicacy, but whie -might have been offellnsive to del 'eacy, but which tru...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 24 June 1874

wift be Inserted in our clirmns eoxop' 'Upon paynent of TEN ClN ri a line. KW" Any person in thle County hav'ng 'knowledge of any alrouifslireco .f inl reat occurring iii his ilghborhood will confor A 'avor by furnis g inforhitialoh atthis oflico. w. A DFinTi i31ENTi. Notice-John Mobley, Sr. tiberi~fSale~... V. Duvall-. 'i The oflicijlas are after delini iuont poll-tax payers Wili a sharp btiek. 0: A Rain on Tueady niglit.. F .rumers report the ;rops ia Fairfield uq generally doing well. S ho Orirolices were well at tenmed lnt Sbnday, the hot weather to tihe conVrary 'not withstand ilig. ,0J ' Thll new Methodiht Church Is learly comiplelte and w'il1 be ft nent a.d corioduins edifiee. 7 Busincs in every branch is as dull as we have ev'e'- se'en It. A dollar bill looks as big as 'tile flag 'te lore. Q- Since our int i'b seertl fights have occurred. Foine f the pugilists contriburtcd i small pittanx-e to the town trcneurv. 0 4" Read thai itk in *ert'4l W anoth, r column by Mr. Juo. Mob...

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. — 24 June 1874

The Fairfleld!Y5,2 2? VIC Y TVEZw Es.f4y. 0iolal bDle'o0iv of Fairfleld W1PATRon.-Aoses Martin I r-I rSNTATFlsS-Isaao Mlillor, Levi iveo, Al. S. Mlifer. $arn'l. I. Clowney--Clerk or ithe eGotfr. - bI. Nelson.--Judge of lrobate, P.F. Davidson-County Anadiir, '-. hf. Nelson-'County TreapereK, a* Dr. W. B. P-ake-Jury Commission-r. '.J. Craword -%hool -Commissioner, I1' y Jacob, John Martin. N. Obear.- U. 8. Ceminissioner, AOTA Rt I H-i'LBir0o -N. 0. Ioberts m, A. A. Craig, I. N. Obem-, FniM. 'iAs A31. . ltanclioe, W. it iarshall, ll.. .1. Flunigan,- Silas W. Buff. !D 13. kirkland, *,ames Carter, Thoes 'Walker, Dr. Ira 8. Sootl. mItNNUQUo NATIONAL- hAfl ' UP -cloU.Th cAn1-o.NA. AUTIroniz DCAPITAL $2 o0oo i"AI-D ui' $75,000. 'WM I. Robertson, .President. '(eo. Ii. A.hlaster, Vice.Prcsiaent. ''anu'l. I. Clowney, Cashier. Al. 0. Robertson, Toller. .DI RBCTOS. W. 11. 'Robertson, 1H. L. Elliott. James lPenty, George Ii. lcMaster, '1). R. Fion. inken. Jas. B. AidCaiuo, Oas. II. Rion,-8s. A. B...

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 July 1874

1AP. WILLIAMS & DAVI, Ptrpr~et~r~FA rt4Iy: P~peri- Devited m. 91eno Ar6~q~,Idiotty and Litattur.tt.--3O erAl~~h ~a~ VQOLJ IX 9] WININS.B0iO St, 'G J tYL 'Di 874, NNMINb THE F A i11I R D II R IRAL D ts WEAl~tV.D WEERKLY BY W 1 L L I A I S & D A I S. crns.-T he NERA ID is published Week, %y lit he Town ofWinnsboro, aL $9.00 invariably in advaate. g&- All Irnnient aalrtilsemeats to be PAID IN AD VANCE. Onituary Nooloes and Tributve $1.00. per . quare. The Constiultion for the Tax Onlollg Proposed and Recommended by ih Tax-Paycrs' Conventlon. lFELLOW-CITME44s: The Nxeoifli~o Committee of the Tax Payera' Con ventioi in pursuance of the duty with which they were charged, here with present to you a plan for the orgauitation of thn To-% Unions throughout tho State. ',he object of this organizition is to put into effective operation all lawful means within our reach for the re establish met of an honest and economical administration of government in South Carolina. The commitice ...

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 July 1874

THE FAIRFIELD HERALE Pt1bished Every Wednesday at WINNSBORO, . ., fir Pr1L L1/1MJS 3' .T/J17iS. 0 T7'RMS-hN ADVANCE. 9no Copy one yehr, - . $ 3 01 fivo ", 4 "a-, -12 0( :en " " . - 'A merIcrilni oug. Tl wORK ANh) ?U6ig.As dy'*ilgj moST 1'UI'ULAI IAI.LAI) iWRI'Tni or ills TIME. W'ill S. Hays, of Liouisvilio, tho author of "Nora, O'Neul," "Driven from Ilome," 'Shamus O'Brien," "Writo Me a Letter from lome," "ollic,'Darling, etc., is to-day the most successful and popular song. writer in A merica, if not in the World. . It is not too in'tel to say that the ballads of no writer that this country has ever produced have so touched the hearts of the peoplo am thoso of Mr. Ilays ; and there is scarcely a hoartlistone in the land that does not kiow thei. 80mn o of then pathetic, some of them gay and Fparkling, all of them seoem to hiv within them1 a power whi-ch if not born of genius, is the offspring o somthing that nmay-bo said to close ly approauh it. The amount of worh whili he has done,...

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