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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 May 1875

to this Aftmee w1 notob4o*-. b Y.Ai io an,Aed by tren meg ew. knowlefg e tving escurran -confer a favor by t a%ts ttee will $ 0 nseffed (-e;e4t Bf spe,lal OMrsot) A the folltqean Por te 110* a6I4 under... 42;00 For each additional line....15e. Rxw A*vatTRMFNTX. Boots.at.d Shoes-S. Landocker & Co. * dce Warning- G. Ii. bleMaister. lteport of the Winnsboro National 11ak-8. B. Clowney, Cashier. The public well is ont of order again. 'he town clock has had a hand put upon its Southern face. Arctic 4VInks of all diseriptions can be hadt Mr. Cooper's bar under Morris'. hot?,l. BLr.o1. SA'U1AAGi.-31r. WiM. Donly has just received a lot of fine Palogna Satsagio. Don't fGil to give him a call. GooD Ftsmho -A fi,hing party eaptureJ over five hut,dred fih on Jackson's Creek laht Saturday, wil a neiLe. This is good fishing for the creek. The Bowling Alley is frequented by the eUte of town. 'The ladies aTe . present every day in full force, a: d 'display great skill in the uanipula .6t4u of ...

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. — 19 May 1875

if"7ild Heiald P U D'iL Y4 DAY I)lj 1Or7 of 1irield 8ixaron--Moses Martin, ItRPR rBNNTATIV PRJ-.3osep1 'ftoip5O1 John Olbson. Joel Copes. 4 L. VV. ivalll--Shierifr. U. 6all'l. It. Clowney-Ier of the t'ourt. 1J;-Neil-Judge Qf t'robaie. W f. , .ISen ru'er:. W. w. rerd--4o4ool Coninisiloner, IL. F. aitith-LYury* C;oinmnissioner. 0o NTY OMeelsoNats-Jat. Lt. iarvey, lJonry Jacob, Carter leaty. . M.Oott-- U. 8. Commissioner, Q..Davis, II. N. Obear, 1). 1. Kirlanid. - TIAL JUBTIONS-A. M. Maokoy, W. It 11aratidli, James Alken, Silas W. Ituff. 'IL J. ', -IV., Coleman, Thomas. Walker, Dr. Ira S. Scoit. '11;,ft-Robotmon. WINNSBoRo, NATIONAL- BANK OY, sOUT UAItOUNA'. AU-rlti'nlzrIiA.ITAL;2(00)00 VALID r $7U1 0. '. It.' Robet'tson, President. (eo. 1H. MoMatuer, Vice-President. - Sain'nl BI. Oowniey. Cashier. M. C. Robertson, 'Ieller. DIRBOTOaS. W. R. Roherlson, It. L. lilott, James j3(aity, George It. MlMaster, 1). It. Floa. nikon, Jas, 11. h1cCanti, Jilm, 11. Ition, Jag. A. Brice, A. S. Douglas...

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. — 26 May 1875

_ ___ afrtidb?ratb WILLIAMS DAVIS, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiy, Industry and Literature. [TERMS--$3.00 Per Annum in Advance, VOL. X] WINNSBORO, S. C.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 187O.2 THE Fl I IRV B L 111 B Ri1 L I 1s PUMLSHIC WKEKLY BY W I 1 1 A M S & D A V I S. 7erms.-The HRALD it published Weel y in the Town of Winnsboro, at $3.04 t variably in advance. fUy- All transient advertisements to b, l'AID IN A D VA NC,'. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.01 per a quare. MEMORIES. In a dreamy hazo I stroll to-night, While the twilight shadows fall, Among the beattiful pictures Tlat hang on memory's wall A rambling house, a grassy lawn, With shde troes a studded o'er , The song of tirds and scent of flowers, The breezes heaveuwartt bore. A lovely pond, with sparkling wave, Bly edars half concealed, A rippling stream, whose pebbly bed The speckled trout revealed A cool dark wood with shady aisles, Where nimble squir-els ployed, O'er mossy Hward, wit Ih...

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. — 26 May 1875

FAIRFIELD HERALD; It. MEANS DAVIS, Editor, L- ---_ 31t i t- "-ii t (les) or in l 6l P. book of m0noi's-of Yh Ilto war-.j;1 general is as pggre. ive %yitI lls pqU as with his sword, Id gi%es 'liene" mics little quarter. 6Holia that P"A94d the marcih to the spo% ti usoonrtra(dicts thgoncr: lly bclj# thatOt aG rad- planned ogvgpt to! ShOrKa thle execution" of it. _1 eman'i1 denies the ohirgo of burning- Colun bia. WN'e will not disoegs this ques tion at present. It Ief-pb4ble that 110 JqLab# Palest $d othors P#Q a I ;the will'ookbo a. now.i a or war between t Ile*So do*,Igh ri Y."V- hafe' n6t seen the book but a review given in the New N. Y. Herald is very rozidablc. Johu 0. l3rcokeuridge. ( en. -John C. lrecelnridgo died ~a. kat.is home in Kentuc)ky afterj ailingoring illness of consum p tion, UggrAAy.ied. by abscess of the liver. Ile filled many important positions. At the ago of 26 years lbe vas major of a regiment in -MNexico. lie was then clected to the Kentucky Legi:ilture, and n...

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. — 26 May 1875

SW' We are not responsible for theoopin oi of corrotYoudonta. ' COommunloations to (Wie *'Iice will not be 1o1066d unless acoodip6nied y the real name of the write'. XWf Any person in the 10'onty having khow ledge of apy tircumet anco bf lnt ereet oourring In IIs neighborhood will confer a favor by fitrulafting information at this office. Local Noties rill be ins-erted Kokeopt by special contract) at the following rates. For ten linos and under.. .$2.00 For each additional line. --15o. NF.w AbyIRTISEKMENTR. COmtencial-S. F. Coopers Fairfield Bible Sooiety-Jas. W. .aw Sccretary. Mt. 'ion Society--G. H. McMas tor, Scovotary. heat in Faiifield is badly ru-sted. A most grateful rain ref'eshed Fairfield on Sunday and Monday. Our Council are repairing th yar.ious bad bridges around town. The County Treasurer will begin paying out school claims to-day or to - Morrow. The past few da3s have Ieen cold Cotton looks very much as tiough it needed an overcoat to keep it warm hien will we have eq...

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. — 26 May 1875

The Fairfield Herald PUBLIGU'D SYER Y WEiV'ESDA I WHOMia Directory. of Fairtle County. INATOa-Abos Martin. RNPR98ENTATIVs-Josoph Thompsor John Gibuou, Joel Copes. L. W. Duvall-Sieriff, dam'l. B, Clowney-Clerk of the Courl J. J. Nell-Judge of Probate. W B Peake-t'onnty Auditor. W. M. Nelson-Couity Treasurer. W. J. Crawford-ohool Commissionet R. F. Mlartin-Jury Commissioner. OOUNTY OoM'MlSI1oNr.Rs-Jas. R. Ilarve) Uenry Jacob, Carter Beaty. I. N. Obear-U. S. Commissioner. d NOTARIES PUBLLO-AI. C. Robertson, .1 Q. Davis, H1. N. Obear, D. D. Kirland. TRIAL JUSTiCe$-A. 11. Mackey, W. I Marshall, Jmas Alken, Silas W. Rtul 11. J. F, W. Colemnan, Thoras"Walkei Dr. Ira S. Scott. T. ft. Robertson. WINNSBORO NATIONAL BANK OF BOUT CAOlNA. AUTHORIZEDCAPITAL $200,00 PAID Up $76,000. W. R. Robertson, Protident. Goo. H. bloMaster, Vloe-President. Sam'l. U. Clowney, Cashier. M. 0. tobertson, Teller. DIUEOTORS. W. R. Robertson, It. L. Elliott, Jamc .Jeaty, Georgo 11. Molaster, D. R. Fici niken JUaS 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. — 2 June 1875

- - -- W I-IAMS 8 BA'G, -PMpnetors% A Family IPapert Devoted to 8cieid At, InqWt.iIndustry and UiterAtldr6, Et VOL. XI.] WINBOO 0. .W D ED YM RNI ING, JUNE217 A nmennuuunm THE 0 0'1R L IIf RI D Is WUA.hII.D KE&A n w L L I A AtkN &. 0 A V i s. T.rms.--The IIERA, 6 I AUniled Veek - In theTown of Winnsboro, At $3.00 n Var'aiLy iia udaide. S' All translent adi'rCisements to be tl.ITD [M ADV4NCI. t'utuary Notice's anid Tributes $1.00 BTATR TAXAT-ON AND TYftrICEASE;'6F DEDT. NVw ORLEAN3,May 10, 1875. Here are a few figures which give 'fone idei of how the affairs of Lohiiiaua have been managed un 'de' the rndioal rule of government 'since 1868. 'CoT OF TllH L.EGIS.ATURK. V'or milleage, per dier. and con tingeut ecpenss the General As semblyof the Stato cost, in 1860, before the war, $99,435; in 1861, $131,480 ; in '1866, the year after the war, *160,906 ; in 1868, the year of reconstruction, *363,150 ; in 1869, $360,214 ; in 1870, $722,231 ; in 1871, $658,9$6 ; in 1872, $350,000 ;...

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. — 2 June 1875

FAIRFIELD HERALD: . MEANS bAV1% Editor. - Wedposd"f Moyning June 1 187?. Wo call attention to-day to a very intdi'elii 'td 'of thi lffess' and present condition of- shanufacto rics in this State and Georgia. It ,will be seen that 'those will be"the financial regenerators of our State. An- Exchange speaks of having *f0n a!11olIet" ,4f Geore Washing. ton at the Noeklenburg -Centennial. The only reliet of the immortal 'George that we ever board of, was Mrs. Martha Washington, and, she abadioned this vale of tears years ago. Was the' father 'of his country a bigamist I We pause for a reply. 'The Pennsylvania Republicans 11ayo renominated lIartranft for Governor. They denounced the third topf da, 'but endeavored to put a S6ar coating to this 'bitter pill by eulogizing Grant's adminis tration. The examplo of Pennsyl vania wJll be followed probably by all the States except South Carolina. Honest John Paterson nado the' last nominating State Convention propose a third term for Grant, and 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. — 2 June 1875

Znso alitpO en g:s. SW We are not responsible for the opl one of 6orrespondente. W" O:nmunications to this offi will not .i 4tlood unless ocompasol, by tbe real ROM,$ Of the writer. j1W !!A 4Y person In the County havil k4kwleu40or any oIeunetante of lter4 ooeurtkag t.. 146-DOXhborhood will onrt a fovgr by , .kIil oarnoation at t ?Leeal N4yoeg wilt be: inserti (exce)pt ,fe6ia;1 chwionr*) at i followi$aiates;. - o;t 1 l5e6 and under,...- . -or e4h additional li -..15 N)CW 4?VJAnTisXMXNTaE Freth supoly of Goods-bkgiaat Ki4w Wountain Military Sohool Col'A. Coward. M6ting 6f wIP V. HI. Company. 0. Squier, 8eo. Just eoeived-W. H1. Flennike &Co. Olosing out-,-Dannenberg & Co. Winiuoro has two trial Justh< Vourts running. A fine stand of cotton is reportia brog hout Fairfield County. Th" Treasurer is paying on ol schoo olativs. Slander cases are enlivening tb Trial Justice's Court,. Wby don't our friends bring i Spring chickens to market I Bc4 ruins the teeth. Theelored Baptist ...

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. — 2 June 1875

Oilelat Directory of Fairfleld County. OUNAToR-MosOs Alarti, lohn 91,boon, JP1i Qage. - L. W. Duval.861 FAM4l. B. ClO*iniY'..(1eri4 w :ut; J. J. N1-Jige f Probate. IV. ,Pea ce..0o'ayity APUdif W. M. Nolson-County Treapurer. W. J. drawford-School 0ommlesioner, IR. F. Martin-Jury 0ommiseloner. JOVNTY OoNMIsSIONERag-Jao. R, lJarVey, lenry'Jadob, Cartat Beaty. I. N. Oboar-U. S. Commissioner, NOTARIS PUBLIO-841. C. Robertson, J. Q. Davis, 11. N. Obear, D. D. D Irlana. TRIAL imnTos--A. bl. Mackey, W. I. Marshall, -aines Aiken', Silas -IV. Ruff. 11. J. F, W. Coloman, - Thomas Walker, Dr. Ira 1. Scott. T. A, 1toboxso. wNNSDRO fATIONAr BANK Or SOUTH CAROLINA. AUTHOnIEDAI.LAL $200,000 PAID u r $75,000. W.. Robertson, President. Goo. 11. Nolastor, Vieo-Presldent. Sam'l, l. Clownoy, Cashior. At, 0. Robertson, 'Teller. DIREOTORS. WV. . Robertson, 11. L. Elliott, Jsmos .leaty,- George 11. MoMoster, D. U. Flen. iken, Jas. D. AloCanta, Jaa. 11. RIon, Jas. A. Brioo, A. S. Douglass, Col. William chns...

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. — 9 June 1875

WILAMS 4 DAVIS,. rpitr. a.1 ae,Dvtd to ;5leO,'A,-l Op Inusry 44 toratur VOLe XLl WINNSB3O""q SO Coo WEDNF,.SDAY'M6RN,,.., P 'VIN1 1tA f $' i THE 0I IfN I RU IS L D 1BER IL D IS TUBi.SICD WKSKLY BV 11 WILL IA XKS& DAVIS. $ Zorms.-The HERALD Ir pulisled Week y in the Town of Winnsboro, at $3.00 r uariaWy .in advance. h #jW- All trimndent advertlaounts to 6e t I'AID IN AD VANCE. Obituary Notices and Tribute $1.00 .por a quare. LOU ISIA NA. a ARtE rEPUBlIlCANS SAFE I e W.lO ARE TIlE lURDERERS! 9 ---- d NEw OnLi.ANs, April 28, 1875. r A friend writes me from the North 0 this question, "Are white ad black Uuion men safe ia life, litterty and I property in Louisiana I Th it iW the a question whioh wo of the North want a .to have houstly and sealiusly an. swered." 0 I answer : -first, the popul ition 1 of Louisiana is dividted politically 0 intowelpublioans, callei hore radicals; h and democrats, called here O..Userva. ti .tives. They are all Union wea. It U is absurd and wicked to keep...

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. — 9 June 1875

FAIRFIELD HERALD: WINNSBOR1. It. MEANS DAVIS, FAitor. \Vednesdoy Morning June 9 1875 The Beeoher 0ase Is coming to h close, Porter and Evarts haVe Opo ken for the defense and Beach will olose for Tilton. The Masons of New York last week dedi,eated their new temple, the tandsoiest edifoo in United States. Twenty three thousand persons were in the prooession. There are ninety th6sand Master Masons in New York and half a million in the tJuited States. The Grasshoppers are again visit, Ing the West in millions, and threat ening another famine. A day of fasting and prayer has been ap. pointed in Missouri for the purpose of escaping this plague. An old gen. tleman once esid that the Episcopal Litany contained a prayer for every thing except a snake-bite. A new prayer should be introduced special. ly to cover this and the grasshopper matter. The Ohio Republicans have nomi hated ex Gov. Hays for Governor. He defeated Pendloton several years ago for Governor by 7,500 votes after having previ...

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. — 9 June 1875

kw- A ip, not r4sponsIble fohe'onb 'Cs of oftAspondpd. ts., nwoations "to this ofdl 6wi t '60 fees unless - asoonpanled by the real - IC Qf the .writpi ., - An 4 il Id the hatUg knowledgeo y tilrodvdtnitO1 .at.ep eourring in 'h.i1 niAghbor)tittfi ed* er a favor by furfilm1i iaufO.1ti, I tlda' offloo. Local Notces 'will be in a IJ (except by'special contract) at the following rates. For ten lIne and- undor....$2.90 For each p. ditpnal 110..-.110. Millinery-J. H1. Brown. Fine Jewelry-Connor & Uhandler. Read the advertisements of Df.W. E. Aiken in this morning's paper. Tho Corhet Band gave a delight ful serenade on Tuesday night. We will wager our bat that this granger raises his own corn, oats and bay, as all good farmers should do. BEANs.-Mr. Joe. C. Squier will please accept our thanks for a mess of fine snap beans. Johnny knows how to raise vegetables as well as how to sell calioo. Be careful about fire. Had not the fire in Gooding shop been so quickly discovered, one half 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. — 9 June 1875

the Fairfleld Herald , PUBLIST131) RVER. WPE1,.-VESDAY 011la4L Directory of' Fairfioltd County. MiAToR-MoSeb AlfrLin. 1PE11'STATiVEV-Joloph 'Tihompson 1ohn libion, .101 Copes. I. W. DuvAIl-SlorifT. da"I'l. D, Clownoy-0rk Of (i1o 'ourt J. J. Neil-.Judgoeof Probait. Wy. D Peako-Coftnty Auditor. W. Al. Nelson-Coumty Tretasurer. W. J. Crawf'ord-4ciouol Comitmissioner, Rt. F. Marin-u-Jury Coinmission..r. COVNTY 0oM.11i.1oN..s--J.. it. Ilarvoy, llery Jacob, Carter Beaty. 11. N. Oboat- U. S. Commissioner. NOTARIES Puni,--M. C. iobe'ts:C-M, .1. Q, Davis, 11. N. Obear, 1). 13. Kirland. , Jf. v VMS -A. .. Mackey. W... A Ailen, SilaH W. Itin' .A Colman, Thsma Walker T. It. Robertson. IWINN1111.o, NATIONA. nANIC or SOUTI 0AROLINA. AUTnlItiZEliCAPITAL. $'00,0O( PAID UP $76.00). W. I. Itobertson, President. Geo. 11. Al1laster, Vice-l'resident. S&m'l, It. Clowney, Cashier. Al. C. Robortson. 'I ofler, . DiRMIToRItJ. W. R. Robertson, lif. L. Iliott, Jamm Aeaty, George If. MuNlasier, 1). It. -fle...

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. — 16 June 1875

-r -i aa P1 ',IO,. A d u c I.,,s v -- - -- WIUAMS & DAVIS, Proprietors.] A Fanily Papr, D004'1d td-ScI6nce, Art, Inquiy industry.a'ddUgtpr [TERMS 00 Per Annum in Advane vo..LI- WINNS.ORO,. S. C- WEDN-.A-X-..... OW3 THE FIF I HL . ER1 . tO TUVIL8HRD WKEKLY nY t W I LL I A US& D AVIS. 2,rm#.-The I0A LD tir published Week c y in the Town of Winnsboro, at $3.00 no varia41y in advancs. %&" All tranalent advertisements to be I'.AID IN AD VA NCE. b Obituary Notloes and Tributes $1.00 e per i qunre. A PARODY. d I would not die in tps lg time, When worms begin to orawl. And nabbage plants ate put ting forth, And frogs begin to squall I The girls put on their prettiest, charms, U And sm-. upon the men, And lambs and peas are In their prime- tj I would not perish then! I wonid not die in summer. Wheu trees are filled with fruit, And every esorisman has his gun the little birds to shoot The girls rut. onl their '-bloomer dress," 0 Which half distract the men, It is the time to wear ...

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. — 16 June 1875

FAIRFIELD HERALD 01 R. MEANS DAVIS, Editor, b W1oftsdy 'or ling June 16 18* 'hat was a prematur&gpp9uvQ,,, nont made some tlni.ago that La nar aa4Geu. Jhbtgn. 4ad bobn ap liiited to prominent )ositious in the 1 celebration of the Philadelphia Con. A tonnial. No appointments have, as yet, been mado. The Sumter Watchtnan says tha Gov. Chamberlain has appoin-ted lonq John N. FrieH'ti, Jury Comm'issione' of 43um'to-r'Oounty. This is an admir rab' a'ppointment, as it is a-n a kuowledgment thatthis is a 'oost rb' sponsible positi~on. With Yualgo Shaw on the bench, and Col. Frierson as Jury Commissioner, the peo'ple of Sumter, whito and colored, will hav justie dcalt to them impartially. Wondoll Phillips wants Grant for a third term. lailing in that, he believes Beast Butler the bost man for President. Admiral Somines declares that the South must do niand a repeal of the 14th amend ment that disfranchised certain of hor citizens, as a pro requisite to her participation in the Centennia...

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. — 16 June 1875

'We are not rosponilble for theopin. cne of Coespondeuts. omo . h omo know of . ' r otphn00 fitce" f00or o a fer Lfvor (1riis lnu se r 10o4t ti offloo. (excep p n )ath 49'9.es and Vifder . .$2.Q Cro pos V l 'rfiold- re e Portof 004i. ' Phe resbyterimn Booiety intend h1a4ng a spelling bee 'Shortly. There is to be another Spelling Mat0h: in. 'Ohoster next Monday. W4 have been cortrteously 'it,vited to attend, but fear we will be una 'Me to accopt the invitation. RMinember thatt Col. D. W. Aikon, M4mtor of the State Grange, will lecture to the Fairfield PAtrons in Winnsboro ou the 26-h- istant. G066L.-Wednesdav morning was quite cool, and the chilly blast from the nor.tl1eaat made one rel like put ting od -winter clothing. We saw on ian with an overcoat on. A oruYn CIOSITY. - Matter Elliott Ketohins ins a grown pigeon thati4oovered with qaills, instead of o_thep, resenbling very much a porcupine. .A6y man who.will invent a fan iing and fly brus'ing machine that willibi itself and allow...

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. — 16 June 1875

The Fairfleld. Herald )C Vii'R Y WEJI D.J?SD.1 Y' 011c1iL -Directory o' vairiold County. ORNATORa-Moses Alartin, R VraSaNTAT ivi--Joseph Thompson Joln*ibsou, Joel Copes. I,. WY. l)nvall----Sheri (T. dai'l. 11. (3,ownoy--',lPrk of the 'ourt. J. J. Neil--J m1go of Probate. .W. B1. Peako-Covnty Auditor. W.' M. NeNbn-Comil y Treniror. W. J. Craw ford--,Aciool Commissioner, ' It. V'' Martin-Juvy Commisioner. COUNTY Oi,IlsIuONERs-JaS. It. flarvey, H onry Jacob, Carter lealy. It. N. Obenr-I . S. Cominisgioner, NOTARI PS I'V 1.11--- M. (. Rohbrl i,:, ,1. Q. Davis, 11. N. Obear, 1). 11. Kirland. TLAL Jus'rbces--A. M. Naokey, I. It larshall, .iumes Aiken, Silas W. llf. If. J. F, W. Columan, Thouiat Walker) D)r. 11ras. Scolt, T. It. Robgrlson. WNN8IloRo NATIoNA. BANI OF SoITH 0ARoI,iNA. A oin'llutw.rm 1.nuArATAL 200,000) rPAID ve $7i>,00U. W. It. Itobortmon, lresident. Geo. II. AloMasior, Vico-l'resident. ,4MJ'l, B. ("lowney, cati,liur. Al. U. Itobviton. '1oller. I,RE'roolts. W. R. Itoberls...

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. — 23 June 1875

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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. — 23 June 1875

r'AINFIELD HERALD: t 0 C VVIMS36MOS I R. MEAINS DAVIS, Editor, Wednesdar ,morning June Is 1876 I The telegraph briugs accounts of a a fearful earthquake in Now Grenade that destroyed twenty thousand peo. d ple. If we owned property in New b Grenada we *ould sell out and move I to Brooklyn. It's better to live a on the brink of a moral Niagara than r on the ragged edge of an earthquake. t Tilton clainst'ot found three t rew witnesses, one an apothecary who sold poison to Beecher about the time that he is alleged to have throatenod to commit suicide, and v two:others, carpet layers, who claim t to have have ocular proof 'of t Boooehr's crime. It is said an effort f will be made to open the case to ad- i mit this testimony. i The Union-Heraid hints that Gov. Scott's 'ocent letter was actuated by the probability of a democratic vic tory. If Gov. Scott proposes to join the domoratio party he is only following an example sot by many republicans lately-an example that even the Union-Herald...

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