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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 23 June 1875

- i t. LaLl -the real. socurring in -h1,el I 0 a favor by ftnrohl, pforffe te Local Noti,g 4 ((ed9pt by apOl r! ap) at oFor tdh !nes iO j*dLer.T #2.6 For eAh ditouallne..5 Njw AWYSIUMustam. Fresh Su1weId" Ontoir O Ohand ler. A Personbl: qeit as. Aiken. Read the iotoees f P. . DAsn nenberI in albo(per 64luti'. Dannqob4ig rid hill e at the old stand. Cotton grops over thewholo 'outh are reported veyy fitis. Forty-threa deaths in Charleston fPr ,the- week ending s the 12th-... whites 11 ; colored 32. '%r. Wm. Donly has just received a fresh supply of wines, liquors, porter, ale, &o. Ice always on hand. PEns10NAL.-W. T. Robison Eoq, of Chester has been in Winusboto several days on a visit. to his son-in law Mr. G. 0. Bacot. 3BATrnbo IIOUSE.-If some entere terprising citilen would put up w iathing house he would make money -ut of it. The treasurer of the Wiensbome int stock bowling alloy assoolatiob prepared to pay a mebond dividend fifty per Cent. this morning. The oolOrod portion o...

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. — 23 June 1875

The Fairfleld Herald 1UDLIeSVo t d 0m,e*d Direetory of FairAld '] U3TO'a4&4oses?iIartin. si UNrRsuNaTATavES -JoIeph Thompson John Gibson, Joel Copes. tl L. W. Davall-Shorift, fan'l. B, Olowney-oltrk *f the ('iurt: o J. J. Nell-Judge of Probate. r W. B. Peake-Cornty Auditor. W. Wi. Nelson-oouuty Treasurer. W. . Orawford--olhool Commissioner, It. F. Martin-Jury Commissioner. OOVNTY OMMISsIONSRO-Jas. R. Iarvey, P Neary Jaeob, Carter Beaty. i, N. Obear-U. 8. -Commissioner, a NOTARTNO PUDLIO-Mf. 0. Robertson, T. I Q. Davi, Il. N. Obear, V. B. Kirland. C TRIAL JUBTIO-A. M. MAskey, W. R b Marshall, James Aiken, Silas . Ruff. i H. J. F, W. Coleman, Thomas Walker, Dr. Ira 8. Soot. T. R. Rtobertson. P WINNNonb NATIONAL BANK OF 8QUTn CAROLINA. AUTFFORMBDOAPITAL $200,000 1 VAID Up $75,000. b W. R. Robertson, President. b Geo. II. bloNlaster, Vice-President. t Nam'l. B. Clowney, Cashier. 0 31. 0. Robertson. Teller. t DIRXOTORO* 0 W. R. Robertson, II. L. Elliott, James 0 deaty, George II. blo...

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. — 30 June 1875

vsr TT N --! yUr I A1 pr aFamily 'Pap6r, Devoted -to -.clence, tr n 'y:(nd literature.[E$0erAma V IM VOL*~~f WINS''Q I]NGi~ JINE i-so'.C* WENSAVMRA SA IllFtI E 14 IIRA JI ID is PUaLI6l*D WX%KX.Y BY w I L L i A'A l S D.AV IS. 7:rm.-Tho &WtAi0 te published Week y in the Town of Winnsboro, at n variably in adeance. giV All translent advertlsetuents to be P' AID IN- A DVA NOR. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00' per i quare. rFrom the Edgufleld Advertisor.] Presentment 'f le Gfahj Illry of -Edge field County. Judge of the fifth Ciropit. The (raud Jury .at the Court of General Sessions for Edgefield Coun ty and the State' of South Carolina, at the Juno Terrn of said Court, re spectfully submit the following pro. fentoent : We have examined the offiae of the County Commissioners and .ind that the Books and papers are in exeellent order, with vouchers for all moneys upon which they have issued chooks; but a more reckless expenditure of public funds is not ordinarily met with in such a...

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. — 30 June 1875

FAIRFIELD HERALD 1V65 AVIS, Editor, Between 0 grasohoppers and the DesA49% t#ritl:thdipeople out west ar6 almostTend siadh' < i~ . ; An earthquiak; ha beenI .'hakingi up Oisiepplo-ofn4ian Ad the adjoinidg.States,ii,dAoli'avers in.thO appTotb-ofthb% end:'ofae world will40 btles 166iup6' n a oid -of the tvalgisof thoe ties.": t Il:aas~I3utlerr.ootnmedod the rniliti of Makstohusetts in the BumWflal pr'o6sfi. le whi doubtl,ess, placed in the van so thathio 'coulihayd 1io opportutiity to steal -8po iVfom voant houses. Tli.ii1&sbe'ddu~ts of Califorta hav'.OnuiuWit9d 'liidwell for -0over' nor. N'ho d.emorats will soon nomi-. nat,au4-thqja will their be a .three. -corndrpd.Qghtj in the golden State. Thoeindependenutt wero victorious two .yens-ago." The ium 8f $20,000 wasi spent in publioly' - Ontertaiig 'a o v e.i t y lKnights Templars who went from Richih'nond t6 the lunlr 'ill 'oelo brati6. Largo sums in addition wori spont privately. No wonder. ,the :Confegs, wish to be again con ...

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. — 30 June 1875

SW- l W e re a e t'p e of torrespOUqqUor. Aw Ooonim_inatIon to ihs76e will not.bs net9oUns'th6vs aom oupa$d' by the rl s1t..9Mh. it S- Any piar$ou Iith out partiLg' know ledge of aUy elironUwah'ooe' itereal 6odreng In his neighbothq,o1 Ifer a favor by falabhiefo/Anati at 'tn Offloe. Looal Notisee WO be aicrt'ed (except by 1special 'bont aot) .t t,h following, Ates.: For tent -es . under.-.. Forl rooh ad<hdi' o n a...15 Closing Ekiaroises:-R. ft. Ula,rkson. 'Just Roeeved-.-B cM aster i'Briowe 0o.1ir lA.P. last week. Woit~a .e nko - to M . Win. or sopfe e ale . We 'oaa re 1* d10 *1 * ~1.d4 Mi~dcDoiar&! adveo?. tismnEutin reference to the EHxpress Mr.. A P Miller's -confeodTiory establishm istookeil ith *obicd - d6licacies of every desoription.' Give him aall. The closing exoroises f 3t. Zion school will be hold in 16.6 Thespian Hall on Friday eveuidginext. An infant son of lr. and MrR. TO W. Rabb. died Wednesday of oiolera infantum. The bereaved pilonts have the sympathy of 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. — 30 June 1875

The Fairfleld H PUnBLISV2D JEP'ERY 'WFDJV" 111 -- pgouPuqelt Yohn Olbuon, Joel Copes. L. W. -DotvAIL-Sherifr - Aam'. , olowney-Clerk of g4 Vourt J. J. Neil--Judgo.of,Prqbate. Y. B Peakeohn 'Audit6r.'" W. raw qohoo f m isoner i. - bla iry 'C' ier. 0ov , .p Nil1 , 0s. MHaryeqY 1iir Jab, Carte,r 1306ti. NOTAAq P1jrLI9.--Nf. 0. Iobertso, -1 Q. Davi iHa%.Obr,>D . Iriend. TRIADr . aba ts-;A-&A' Mackey,)i' I Marshall IJames -Aikon, Slas' W.- Ruff II. Jvp, 'W. Oleman Thomas Walker Dr. 14.'61 T.Ift,lRoboilgon, WINNsBORO NATIONAl2 '1ANIC' 6 AOUTI CARLINA. AUTHO21Z81DQAPLITAL $200,001 PAID UP 7- -... W. R. kobertonreslgai. eo. II. lichfater, Vlce-President. Bam'%.B. Olowney, Cashier. MA~ .sR.o'rtsona /fLelleri' W. It. Robertson, II. L. P11*idtt, Same, i3eaty, George fl *.obaster, D. R. !Flen niken Ja, B1 oCan1, Jus. I, Rion, JpF A. Biop,A4 8, -Douglas Col. Wilflian olinston,tof Ch41tt%, N. P. .TOWN OPFIOMRS, Pierre Daooti-Intopdant. WAIRDEN-. Gorig, J. A.. Fraser,. bl. Neloon,'J. . b1cC...

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. — 7 July 1875

1* ~ * ~sit - IIt WILLAMS4, DAVIS, Prjprietorot]> tFImi,lyf. Pae Do LrIite' '1 I - -* WTTJJAMP & UA 8Broprletors 3 A Fam Paper, Devoted to Scienc6, Art I nquiy, Indotry and .terature C17tMS.43.00 Per Annum in Advance. VOL. XI.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY7, 1875 -NO.6 mo IG9-u THE Y I RIIIRhLD HRi ALD : 19 1PUBLISHEFD WEEKLT jy WILLIANO&D-AVIS. t Z.tm8.-The HBRALD ti published Week y In the Town of Winnsboro, at $8.00 P I variatly in advance. OrAlg l tranelnt advertisements to be t. ID INA D VAfiO. b Obituary Notioes and Tributes $1.00 a per i quare. c Southern "Independent" "Hallow, stranger, you seem to be going to market V $ O s, sit', I am." U "What are you oarryiag that plow b' along for I" h "Going to send it to Pittsburg," V To Pittsburg, in Pennsylvani. " 9 "You're mighty right; t am." IL "What are You going to send it p there forl" q "To get it sharpoped." to "All the way to Pittaburg to get W iabr peued 1" r '-You bet I We've starved our a blacksmi...

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. — 7 July 1875

FAIRFIELD HERALD ;.N, W IMHN BOBOs It. MEANS DAViS, Editor. Wdnst. )/bo nng July 71816 Iloweu-was-found4not-.guilty of the muio,r:of Q .W ,ite There,puto.no, tost y giq1l6tth%in.Oxr.'h that [of the alleged accoemP1.-3, Eli Orimes. The Nows and Courier however have been publishing a long list of Fiauds committed by Bow en, as Sheriff. It is to be hoped that he will be brought, to a striot account concerning thon. At l.at accoutits tho jury in the Brooklyn Soandiil ease had not yet agrood upon a verdict. Beecher lIhS gone to Peekcill, whore he will far the nonce occupy a "cave of gloom" (Iar p size); Tilton and his lawyets'aro Ii tho "ragged edge' of expectation while many of the jury, owing to the lin rations fur. nihed them, complein of "true in. wardness"-the most convenient, il :not strikingly 'appropriate phraRe they Oa find. The loecher jury have failed tc a,ree, and have been discharged. I is said that at firstthey stood nearl3 even, then stood as 8 to 4, and finally came to 9 ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 7 July 1875

SIMP* We are npt responsibld to t epin ons.of c9rrespoadents. $&" owmunicttions to this efllet will not be notleed unless accompanied by the real nate of the wrier. Aw Atly porson In the County having knowledge of any alrounastaneeor Int erest occurring in his neighbothod, wit-onfer a favor by furnishing informaton at ti effioe. Looal Notices will be inserttd (except by special contract) at the following rates. For ten lines and under... $2 00 For each additional li....15o. Nrw AiDv9HTISENiCNT8. Morning Star Saloon - Joe. Groeschel. Closing out-11. L. Dannenborg. Blythewood Seminary-8. :W. Bookhart Prinolpal. 8 e advertisements of W. if. Flen. niken & Co., in another column. We understand. the pio nio at Rook Spring last Saturday.was tiot a sue. oebs. A wandering . oissorte.gilde is in towa-mid is,Anxious. to.. give A.tli. town a thorough whetting.: . Several of . our oitilels i' pref!'ilng to deoamp for. the springs during the heat of su.mier. The glorious f-jurth wdi rijid...

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. — 7 July 1875

KJfhe Fairfield Herald J'U lt.tsk'h .1 Ilciat l irectory of FairflilI . 01i:ity. BIUlron--Moses Martin. it '11It F.TATV1 -Joseph Thompson John ibson0, Joel Copos. G. W. Diivall-81orifif. Afia'l. It, Clownoy--Clerk of ,ho Court. J. J. Neil-Judge of Probate. W. It I'vake-Conoty Auditor. - W. M. Nelson-Counjty Treasurer. Y. J. Crawford--Mohool Cotunismionor, R., F. Alartin-Jary Qtmmissioner. OOTIN-rY ooMMISKtIoNVUs-3in. It. larVV4, Itent ,aoobi Cartur BoatLy. - 11. N. Obonr-- U. 8. Commis.sioner. NoTtlnHP rc:1111--NI. (". lloberts-=:'J Q. Davis, .11. N. O1,ear, l), It. Krlawd. TRIAL JUsTIOsS-A. l. Alackey, W. It Marshall, James Aiken, Silas V. tiff. 11. J. P, W. Columanl, Thouns Walker, Dr. Ira S. Scott. T. it. Ilobertson. WINNSBORO NATIONAL BANK OF SOUTH OA ROLINA. AUTIIOUtIZEI)UAI'IrAl, $200,009 PAD ut-$7.000. W. It. RobertNon, President. 0oo. 11. loMuastor, Vico-Presideut. Sam'l. It. Clowney, Cashier. Dli (J. Robertson, 'Toller. 1P) IMCTORS5. W. I. Roborlson, II. L. Elliott, Jainls ...

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. — 14 July 1875

WILLIAMS & DAVIS Proprietors.3 A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, lnquiy;, lodustry and Literature. [TERMS---$300 Per Annum in Advanoe. VOL. XI.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 14,1875. NO. 7 THE i IA-mi i ELD IIHERALD is PUnJLIli)D WElLY nY W I LLI_AMS& D A V18. 7.rms.-Tho IIERAt. D ir published Week y in the Town of Winnsboro, at $3.00 ti vari4ily in advance. SV All transent advertisements to be .A [D IN A D VA NCR. Obituary Notiocs aba Trlbutes $10 per iquare. Tie Gratigcrs at Work. A SCIEME FOR A LIAGUR WITr TIC ENGLISI CO-OPERATION SOCIETIES 101 THE PLAN 18 EXPECTED T0 WORK-THM SELEOTON OF THE BEW 1111ADQUARTERS NOT YET MOAE. WASHiNGTON, July S.-The exccu. tive committee of the National Grange oontiqiued their Eession to. da, in this city. Dr. Worrall, rep. resenting the co-oporativo societies of the Iligh4ands, was introduced to tke committee and subraitted for their con. sideration a proposition for fraternal co-operation botween the Patrons of ilusba...

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. — 14 July 1875

F AIREIELD HERALD , Pubilwhed Every Wednesday at WINYSPORO, S. C. a Bay w 1 WT LI.MS V .418. fl Oa TERMS-IN AD VANOR. one bop- ou*e'year, 5 8 00 give " " " - - 1200 Son u : 260d illgren's Raid. 1 01 TIJsTon6F A SOLD1En WO WAR R ENUAOED IN T11% PLOT TO FIRE nfbfniM6D Aib CAPTUtE JEFp DAVIS AND '111 CAnINRT. t The y6ars which have flown since r the last g on's coho died away and 1 the drifting smoke' floated down the u valleys of Virginia have, in a mefs. 0 tre served to obliterate many of the questions, which at that time, wero uppermost in the public mind. But It the recent letter published to show that General Boaurogard was such an earnest advooato of black flags and n1o quarter to prisoners naturally has served to recall many of the oh trges made subsequently well substantiat. ed against that Fedoral raider, Colonel Dallgron, of Richmond 9 memory. It has not been forgotten how this ? leader pierced 'the Confedorate lines J1 through an unproteoted route and P made for the city 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. — 14 July 1875

..c O4%a,. & C~1'UE.'bS. S a&" We are not responsible forthe opin- 0 one of correspondents. AW Oom'munleationp to this offioe will not be noticed unless 'acompanied i by the real name of the wrlter. * iW Any person in the County having Q know ledge of any circumst*nO6 or Interet ecourring in] his neighborhood Yili confor a favor by furnishing information at thisI offico. b Local Noticos will. be Inserted - (except by special contract) at the p following rates. d For ten lines and under....$2.00 \ For each additional line.... A5. n Nw ADVERTISEMYNTH. p Notice-N. W. TiutAp, agent for Wheeler and Wilson Sowing Ma ohine Co. it Notice-R. L. Dannenberg. U Dissolved-U. 0. Dosportes & '1 Co. Carolina Military instituto-J. P o Thomas. ft Olainsware, &o.-Conner and'Chan. LI dier. t! Ordinance-.-Jno. A. Fraser, Clerk b of Council. Li Notice-Jno. A. Fraser, Clerk of s Connoil. A barbeone was served by Mr. L. Poteet last Friday ai* the "gum 0 Fpringl' to a large number of our a 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. — 14 July 1875

The Fairfld Herald 1PUBLIM2D ER WEDY.iSDAr 'Atia Directory of FarAeld county. saWA'es--Moses Martin. antu~KAssiWamvas-oseph Thompson leba Gibsoo, Joel Copes. L. . Duvalf-.4terid. ashy. B. Clowney-Olerk of the Court. J. J. Nell-Judge of Probate. W. B. Weake-Coety Auditor. W. At. Nkason-County Treasurer. W. J. 'Oftfotd-Rchool Commissioner, It. F. Marin-Jury Commissioner. GOVINTI 9oMMieoNas--Jas. I. Harvey, henry Jaeob, Oatter Beaty. Hs N. Obear-U. S. Commissiener. NoTAUTES PUBLIO-M. 0. Robertson, J. Q. Davis, Il. N. Obear. D. B. Kirland. TaRA Jutions-A. It. Maokey, W. R iarshall, James Aiken, 8Ilas W. Raf. ID. J. F. W. 0Coleman, thomas Walker, Dr. Ira a. Scott. T. P. Roberteon. WINN1DOnO kAtrIOxat NAKr 0O SUR aneLIxA. AVTKOZ1tXDOAFtAL$200,000 IAra up $76,000. W. R. Robertson, President. Gso. H. b3oMlaher, Vlce.Presidelt. Sam'l. B. Clowney, Cashier. 1. 0. Robertson, Teller. W. B. tobertson, H. L. Elliott James Asaty, George H. McMaster, D. fi. Flea. aken Jam. B. MCant, Jas. H. Rion, Ja...

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. — 21 July 1875

+ WILLIAMS & DAVIS, Proprietors.] A FaWly Pa" er,0evoted to Science, nquiy, Industry and" termw TRS-80 e nu nAvne VOL. XI.]J WINNSBORO, S. -C., WEDNESDA "MOIRIIING JULY217IG ~ ...5 ztYhf'.. .ESDA~ A'Sr. THE FAI I U 1 b D HB8RUdle is IUW.SHND WIKKLY BY Vf I L L I A IM SAD A V I S. -1orm8.-The NBRALD Is published Week y in the Town of Wiansboro, at S8.01 e variably in adiante. SW' Alt Iraa'tent advertisements to be PA AD IN AD VA XOR. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1,0 per i quare. DER Uli VOU9 ER, UY FRANZ OPIKULNEAGHN. I von to schurch de oder night, To itear dem gtlere sin g, Unt zeq Mass Natty blay upon Der yaller sphotted ding, I dooks my zeat In mit der volks, As soh.ill as I could pe, Ut Pchut von eye to look apou(, Ter see vat I could see. Und ven do beebles ill gomin I, I sohyly loogs arornt, Ter zee dem laties pat d.r backs, Ter keep der pussels down. Unt by and by, ven all was aohtill, In comes der guier ban, Unt dook der seats as big as life, Behint der breecher mau De...

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. — 21 July 1875

Fn I Ro7irs R. . MEANS DAYIS, Edij, Wednesdiy .1oraingp July 21 87 beecher's salary has been increas ed to $100,000. As a contemporary -eotsrko, since he has been tried for adultery he is worth five times as nch to hls'congiogation as iel's top. _ f'th0.pop.e i gland bV all knaves, bigots and rascals, tbv did they extend such an avation.t6 Fitzhugh Lee and the 'Wtshibgton Light Infantry 1 and why did these guests leave without having boon put to expense and without having' had their pockets picked - Mr. Hoge, in his spcholi In the Parker caso, contended that what people mean y reform is refo/m in the future, and an ignoring of the past. This is a convenient theory for Mr. [loge and his confecres, but it Is just preoiself the'oirC of reform the people do not waut. We consider the crilroism~by "R" of Col. Aiken's speech, too harsh. We attribute to himi merely a laok of judgment, not a lack of honoi. Col. Aiken, we dgubt not, will on his return, explain his speech and reply to his crit...

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. — 21 July 1875

-_._Cat $ We are not respotisIble for theopin- two obb of ourrespbndeita. f,e aw'. 9onntinloatioq9a to this offide The il1 tot be notledd uness acconipanied bY ihe roal name of the wilosr. XW9i Any persoa In the Cotuty having dal knoWledge of any ciroianstaned of interest Boo enduritig In his nolghborhood wIll oonfer a favor by fdralshing Information at this prO office. stat Local Notiods will bo inserted mi (except by special contract) at the following rates. For ten lines and fander....$2.O0 ene For each additional linle.. .150. P"yl ---_ - - cout EW ADVERTISYMENT8. ed t Plour-R. J. MoCarley. pav< Sheriff Sale-S. W. Ruff. that Just Rooeived-W. H. Flenniken %yor & Co. fow Turnip Seed-D. Lauderdale. bad Bank Roport-Sam'l. B. Clowney, CaUlhier. (11 Wauted-J. L. Connor. tlie Election Notice-3. B. Clownoy. on 'I Bath House--J. E. Gilbert. in casb Fruit is searco as hen's teeth. con plo See a4vertiRemout of MoMaster & bo e Brice in another column. Cah Everyhitud of plain and ...

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. — 21 July 1875

The Fairfld Herald .r1n1,VsR n MIcIal nriro- of F ial 019WAToR-Mosos Martin, REPRUENTATIVP. -&Iogph Thopsol., John Gibbon, Joel Cop64; L. W. Duvall-Sheri'. lial"'I. 0, Clowney-Clerk ef the Court. J. J. Neil--Judge of Probate. V 10. Peake-Conaty Auditor. W. ht. Nelson-County Treasurer. IV. y. Crawrord-4ohool Commissioner, It. F. Mlartin-Jury -Oammissioner. cOVNTY 003MtIsoNRNs-Jas, . HarveY, Ilenry Jacob; Carter Beaty. 11. N. Oboar-U. S. Cominissionor 1oTARINS PU)I.0-jI%. C. Itobo'itso., J. Q. Davis, I. N. Obear, D. B. Kirland. TRIAL JUSTIOns-A. M. 1lackey. W. R Marshall, James Aiken, 81166. IV. Ruff. IT. J. F,'W. Coleman, Thonas Walker, Dr. Ira S. Scolt. T. it. Roberteon. WYNNSnOnO ' NATIONAL DA,14K OF SOUTH OARoINA. AUTITOUIZRDIOAPITAL $200,000 PAID up $75.000. W. I. Robertson, President. Goe. II. MloMaster, Vioe.President. tam'l. B. Clownoy, Cashier, 1. C. Robertson. Teller. DIRVOTOUS. W. I. Rtobortson, II. L. Elliott, James Ateaty, George II. MoMaster, 1). U. Flen. viken, Jas....

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 4 August 1875

+e WILLIAMS & DAVIS, Proprietots.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiy, Industry and Literature RMS---3.00 Per Annun in Advance. OL. Xi. WINNSBORO, S. Ces WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4,1875. [NO. 9 THE st w FAIRFIELD HERALD ; 16 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY el 01 WILLIANS&DAVIS. G 7orms.-The HERALD i published Week ti y in the Town of Winnsboro, at $8.00 n variably in advance. SW All transient advertisements to be 'AID IN ADVA 4VCE. 01 Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 og per I quare, ti -. 01 Brothers nnd 8isters. 04 p Little children, love each other, a "Tin the blessed Saviour's rule ; ti If a sister or a brother, A If at home, or if at school. o'ie all children of one Father, 11 One great, God who reigns above ; hi Sh all we quArrel t No, much rather - Would we dwell like fim, in love. le has placed us here together, La That we may be g)od and kind, b, He is over w*tching whether at Ve are one in heart and mind. All we have we nbarle with others, t With kind looks and...

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. — 4 August 1875

FAIRFIELD HERAL61 Published Every Wednesday at i , W1NNSBOR O, S. t. Dr U -0 TBRMS-.IN AD)rAXgo I " "- 1200 iDenth of Andrew Johnson. on thW 8lst July at the rosid noo of his daughter, Mrs. W. R, 3ro wn, in Carter County Tennessee. A speoial to theCinoininati7Gazette gays : "On Wednesday morning he left on the train -for Cartet's statipn and from thende he wont on, horseback to his daughter's residene, about 7 miles, riding in the bot. sun. Arriv - ilg there he felt very fatigu d, avd: the sano aftarnoon about 4 'ulok, his right side was paralyed, ren.der ig him spocobless. His wife -was with him -at the time. ,1is son Frank and his daughter, Mirs. PAtte. son, were at once sent for. and, left Greenville on Thursday.- On Thuro. day. about noon ha beome co4soiouis and had a partial use of his sido agaiin, but it was,avident that the groat - Commoner could. not livo long, sAnd thus surrounded by hia e.ntiro family and neighboring friends, ho yielded up the ghost about 2 o'clock thia' i...

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