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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 4 August 1875

3m- We are not responsible for the opl. one of correspondents. S' Communloations to this office will not be noticed unless acoompanled by the real name of tie writer. - Any person in the County having hknowtedge of any clroumstanoe of interest occurring In his neighborhood will oonfev s favor by furnIshIng Information at thie office. Local Notices will bo Inserted (except by special contract) at the following rates. - For ten lines and under.... $20 For each additional line... 15c, NEw ADuERTISEMENT1. Builder's Emporium-R. W. Phil. lips. Just Reoelved-MoMaster & Brice, Shingles-Perkins & Wallace. Just Received-. N. Withers. Election for Sheriff-see advertise ment. Our old time piece, the town .166k, took holiday Sunday. This was owing, no doubt, to the absence of Charley, the winder. Electioneering is still up to fever heit, and will likely continue so up to 16th inst., when one of the can didates, at least, will have to "take water." Mr. John D. McCarley throws his banner t...

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. — 4 August 1875

The Fairfleld Heirald xVERr WDESk1 T011ox~ AWfix BARM,~ A ltOTTE4ToT VABL9. The moon, in Pit th Of man in his espair, Sent to them from her shining place Ior messenger the 1are "'Go tinble one, and say to 10ea That at -1 fade and.dio,,-. Then kisp and'bri ghtlier shino, again Above theta in' to sky.1 So they mtst.fall-nd fado away, 4uLt only die to rise W Pere resurreotion paves, the way To fairer, friendlier,k1es. Dui out of dulneis, trick or feud, The ae'ssage which was sent The fookless little haro:oonstrtiod With most malign intent. - 10race-of men, the moon hath said That as she lives and dies, So tunto death'shall you be led, And mevertnore'shall rise." Now when the muoon had'heard the case Her axe, with'foroe nid grip, Sh'ostruok into the meek hare's faoe, Which caused the split bare lip. The hare, incensed, with claws upborne Soratched laok,witlh right good grace, And aince that d.y the moon has worn A rough and ragged face. .-LJoel Benton,in the Gialkai for August, S1'h 0i ...

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. — 11 August 1875

A & DAVIS, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiy, Industry and LIterature. [TERMS---$3.00 Per Annum in Advance. L. X11.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING AUGUS 1 1875. o THE F A I R IF I E L Dii II A 119 IS PUn LISl11dD WEEKI.Y BY IV I L LI A M S & D A V I S. .7,rms.--'The HERA LD it, published Week y in the Town of Winnsboro, ,at $3.00 ,e o'ridl in advance. V7*5y All transient 'dvertisements to be I'A IDA'.-tDVA NCE. Oniluary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per quiare. THE FAINT FLOWER. Up where the meadow'grass ILeans towarid the river, Stood a little Bluebell All in a shiver. "River ! oh. River I Whero are you going ? Stay just a moment.. In your swift flowing !" "Oh, little Bliteboll I llow can I wait ? The tillor will chide me, The hoals will be late." "Rain-clouds I oh, R-tin-elouds I Whe're are you flying ? I im so lhirsty. Fainting and dying !' "Oh. little Bluebell ! A far in the air The storin king is calling, And we .must be there." "IRobin, i...

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. — 11 August 1875

FAIRFIELD HERALD - MINNSBORO. -10. ANS DAV1S, Editor, 1r endilstly Morninlg, Auigust 1t, 1874. (Gon. Pickett is dead. Ile was too we'l known in tho army of Northern \ irginia to need any introduction to o'r readers. His division at Gttys barg did most heroic lighting and covered thenselveAS with glory. Gen - P 1kett's death will be generally knourned. We publish an intercting letter trom Weer. .Lawton A, to oj. T.W. WVoodward. ,1t was a nire priva~to co~lmmunicationl, but it cont tipns isuch interesting facts concern ing the "direct trado'' movenient, that we lay it before our renders. Mr. Lawton was sent over to Eug land as special agent. Sono crnzy fellow announcest that lo has invented an ariual machine which will talo hin from New York to Liverpool in a dlay or two. It, proposes to mntake his first trip next month. It is to lo hoped he has not forgotten to give Presi dent Grant a dead head excursion tickot. At a competitiee exansination held in Charleston to recivo the appoint m...

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. — 11 August 1875

il' Wo arie not responsible for the opin one of correspondents. SI- Coinmunications to this office will not be notioed inles accompanied by-tho real name of (ho writer. $* Any person in the County laving knowledge of any circumstance of interest *ocurring in his neighborhood will confer a favor by fttrnishing information at this offic. Local Notices will be inserted (except by special contract) at the following rates. For ten lines and under.... .$2.00 For each additional line.:.. 15o. Nicw A DVERTISEDIENTH. See advertisements of County Com missioners. Dissolution-R. S. Desportes & Bro. Copartnership Notice-R. S. Des' portes & Co. Notiee-W. S. Hall. Sale of Real Estate-W. M. Dwight, Trustee. boots, shoes, and trunks-D. F. Fleming & Co. Store for Rent-It. S. Desportes. The market is flooded with water melons, but the prices are a little too hig' for the stringency of the times. The Mecklenburg bank, of Char. lotte, N. C., suspended last Saturday. What the liabilities of t...

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. — 11 August 1875

the Fairfield Herald PUlIiS I3) E I'ERY WJfE.TvYESDA/ Y O-1ieInI DIrie'cory of Fairfield County. BPNATR-Moses Martin. aavnEstENTATlvsS -Joseph Thompson John Gibson, Joel Copes. I,. W. )uvall--Seritr. dlamn'l. It. Clowney-Clerk of the Court; J. J. Neil-Judge of Probate. W. B.. Peako-Connt.y Auditor. W. Mi. Nelson--Coun ty Treasurer. W. J. Crawford--chool Comm issioner, R. F. Martin-Jury Commissioner. COUNTY CO. IiSsIONtRta-Jas. it. Harvey, llenry Jacob, Cartor lealy. H. N. Obear--U. S. Com:nissioner. NOTARIrit P'llL~iU-MI. C. Itobertsat':, .. Q. Davis, II. N. Obear, U), B. Kirland. - TRIAL JttsTtcs-A. .I. Mlackey, W. It Marshall, James Aiken, Silas W. Ruff. 11. J. F, W. Coleman, Thoumas Walker, 1)r. Ira S. Scott. T. R, Robertson. wlNNSfORO NATIONAT. BANIC or o OUT!I CARO.INA. AU-rnoIIll n0 cArTAr.$200,000 PAID u $76,000. W. It. Robertson, President. (oo. I. loMaster, Vico.President. Fau'l, B. Clowney, CIshler. Al. 0. tobertson. Teller. nun rcTols. WY. B. Robertson, II. L. Elliott, 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. — 18 August 1875

WILLIAMS & DAVIS, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiy, Industry and Literature. [TERMS---8&O0 Por Annum in Advane, VOL. XI.) * WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1875. [NO. [i THE ' FAIRFIEB DIIE RAID 18 IUnLTSIID WEEKLY BY W I j L I A M S &. I A V I S. 2rms.---The IIRA7D i published Week y in the Town of Winasboro, at $3.00 nvariably in aduance. S}" All trnslent advertisetents to be r.A[D IN AL) VANCR. Obituary Notioos and Tributes $1.00 per t quare. The State of llusiless aid Whdt It 1,01101108. The fact that tho failure of Dun can, Sherman & Co., carries wiith it so fewe evil onjsequences to businiei s in gener;l, is a happy indieation, snatched out of private grief, that prudence just. now controls our mer cantile op:Erattiols. lu every branch of uin ihe s, mk.l are studyin 4 ocono. Iuy, osrutinizm3g credits, drawin g iln Fail, it) tact, anid kteeping a.,harpl look out for breakers. The t,vo years tiuce thi p-tnic of 1873 ha...

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. — 18 August 1875

FAIRFIELD HERALD l VU in I SBol'o, I.MEANS IAVIS, EAItor, WN3ttY Al0r1'Rig Allglst 18, 1875, +veral months ago $47,000 woro stolen from the Treasury in Washing. ton. The thiovos have been doteotod sndI looked up, and part of the money r.uoverod. ihat Brigham Young wants to sell out. in Salt Lake and take a church in J:mooklyn, and that President Grant tikes three fingers of gin in his morn. iug oocktail are the latest;disoovorios of journalism. Plymouth ehurch has not yet suo ceerld in raising the $80,000 bonus voted to Beeher so enthusiastieally, tend it is thought the church probably will -be mortgaged to secure the requisite amount. Messrs. Butlor, Gary and Shop. pard have been employed by the citizens of Edgelield to asiist Solici tir Runkle in proscouting the Edge field officials. It is a disgraoe to justioo that they have romained so long unpunished. The attempt of Parker to escape, and his recapture, convinco us that Comptroller General Dunn and At. tornoy General Melton are ...

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. — 18 August 1875

- We are net responsible for the opin one of obrrespbndonts. 7" QUttiitihidations to this office will not he notild unless accompanied by the real hahie of the writer. teg' Any petsOdti ti the County having know (edge Of Ady dirtitdstanoe of interest occurring In his neighborhood will bonfor a favor by ftirniihitig itaformation at this office. Local Notioins wild be inserted (except by special conttact) at the following rates. For ten lines and under:n. . .00 For each additional line....15b. NKw ADVEnTIS1hMErB. Bloaohings-R. L. Dannenberg.. Taken Up-J. T. W. Stitt. Notice to School Trustees-W. J. Crawford, School Commissioner. A Beneficiary Scholarship- W. J. Crawford, Ohm. Co. Board. . Due West Female Collego-J. I. Bonner, Principal. To Tus PUBLIc.-Read our adver' tisomnent. Landecker & Co. Copious rains contiuiue to fall throughout the county, and crops are looking splendid. The Trial Justices "did a thriving business Saturday. Nearly the whole day was occupied by those functi...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 18 August 1875

1 he Fairfield Herald E i"ERY WKDIVESDA.Y 0,6 Mil Directory of Fairfield County. KIovA ron.--Moso Martin. SNoi I:s:srATIVI--Joseph Thompson Jihn Uibson, Joel Copes. I,. V. 1)vall-S'erlii, t- o't. 1B. Clownoy---0lerk of the Court. .1. 1. Neil-Judge of Probate. 1Y B Peake-.County Auditor. w M. Nolson-Cuusit.y Treasurer. w .Y. Craw ford--ohool Comm isioner, ): F. Martin-Jury (iommissioner. t'"rv COMM!s5sIONKRS--Jas. it. Harvey, iltem'y Jacob, Carter Beaty. it. N. Oboar-U. S. Commissionr. .4 rARI.s PUuDLlo-M-. C. Robertson, J. Q. Ihavis, III. N. Obear, D, B. Kirlaud. inAL JUI(TiOr.s-A. M. Mlackey, W. It \tNa..4hall, James Aiken, Silas W. IMhif. I J. F, W. Coleman, Thomas Walker, hIr. Ira 8. Scott. T. It. Robertson. Wm NsOIORO NATIONA. DANIr OP SOUTn e 'ROL1NA. AUTIuOnIZan CAPITAL $200,000 I' an yr $75,000. ' . R. Robertson, Presidont. too. I. bloMaster, Vioe-President. : sm'I. B. Clownoy, Cashier. M1. C. Robertson, Toller. DiREOTOnS. W. R. Robertson, II. L. Elliott, James ,3." Iy, Coorg...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 August 1875

WILLIAMS & DAVIS, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiy,.Industry and Literature. [TERMS---$3.00 Per, Annum in Advance. VOL. XI WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, A UGUST 25, 1875. [N.1 THE FIAILIPI ELD lfI AI4 D 18 PUnLISHiED WEEKLY BY W I L L I A M S & D A V I S. 2. rms.-The IIRRAi A published Week y in the Town of Winnt m at $3.00 a viaibly in advance. ' S tir All transient advertisonents to be 'AID) IN AlVANC,6' Obituary Notices Tributes $1.00 per i quire. " lilE AS IT USED TO BE," '1'he girls are planning to get a bean; They dress for party and ball and show And the old folks tell us it wasn't so When they were young and used to go I Bnt the ditference is really no more tor less Than a little change in the style of dree And human nature itself, you see, Is just the same as it used to bel After the verses and prayers a* said, The old folks light the boys to ed, And they lie as still as though Ate o cleal, 'Till daddy goe off to his dronms instea...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 August 1875

FAIRFIELD HEAALD V WINNSBORO. H. MEANS DAVIS, Editor, Wednesday !lorning, August: 26 , 18?5 The public have been dosed with Parker ad nauseam. Now that ho is gono they cannot help heaving a sigh of relief, although it would have been very gratifying to the pub lie to heve heard Paxkor reveal some of his ring scorets. Lot us know which aro the whited sepulobros. 0. P. Polham Esq., vill on the lat September assume editorial charge of the Columbia Reg ister. Mr. Pelham has had much experi ence in journalism, and his facile pen will be an able auxiliary in the impending conflict between honesty and dishonesty. Crops along the railroad South of Winnsboro are not looking well. The cotton in the sandy lands is rusting very badly ; and we learn that this rust extends along the road from Augusta to Columbia. The crop will very probably fall short of expectations. It is wrong to make such g. flattering estimates of the amount of the cotton crop. A far. mer is never certain of his crop un til ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 August 1875

L. al Itemas9, y y- We are not responsible for the opin one of correspondents. M' Conmunications to tills office will not be noticed unless acconpanied by the real name of the writer. Aiy' Any person In the County having knew ledge of any dircumstaneo of intel-est ecourring in his neighborhood will confer a favor by furnishing information at this oflico. Local Notices will be inserted (except by special contract) at the following rates. For ton lines and under.. .$2.00 For each additional line.... 15o. Nicw AnVRRTKsiuCNTr. Oard-U. G. Desportes. Mt. Zion Inetitute---R. H. Clarks son, Principal. Reading Matter--MoMaster & Brice. Now Calicoes.-R. L. Dannen. berg. David Goings has been elected lamplighter by the C nuncil, vice Jas. Cook removed. And still it rains is the cry all over the county. Our town was visite od by a regular "trash mover' Tues. day night, which did more damage than good. Mr. V. M. Mason killed forty.. three snakes a few days ago whilo cleaning up a small piece...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 August 1875

FAIRFIELD- ERALD Publisbod Every Wednesday at WINNSBORO, S. C, nY WILLIAM S c 1).4 YS'. --0 TERMS-IN AD VANCE. ao Copy one year, - - $ 3 00 'ivo " " "c - - - 12 00 1'ea 4 " " - - 25 50 Slate News. Six persons in Malboro jail. Tho Beach iland Siameno twins lave died, and are now presorved in alcohol. Two colored boys were drowned in the Edisto river, near lLowo's Pump, on Wednesday last. The property of G. F. McIntyre, late senator from Coleton county, was sold by the sheriff at Walterboro. Mury Ann Ambrose, who mashed in her biothers skull with a grub. bing hoo, near Cheraw has boon arr. ted. 41 protect isIon foot to build a*rail road from Barnwell court to the vil'ago of Elko, on the South Caro lina railroad, some eight miles dis tam.t. Never lend money to a genius. Chicago now spells her name Ti. chioago, hoping to mislead the .lioton mortgage men. Russia claims to be exempt from p ets and mruicians, aud persons of iLc.r class are never born there. - People with the colic mny not ...

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 September 1875

. /' " . .. '1 . ;t'Si + aQ: 1t 4y . :.,. . \ :{I"t a:a"; r ; ,,,hr j , ,. , wi. ' ,t f l+rrnckl +. y'.. _ A t ,t 'tiR 3' IR .% Y^ . 1vq ., , "1"If ., I ," "I ., , ., I t't ,i ;( '41' : '' "4't r"lt, ,l , ,; I"( l ' I( ;i ; J'i" ' i" ;t I , WILLIAMS & DAVIS, Pr ryetora { op ' ~ a .IA family Paper, fJ6Y6te -t0, A''t,'' n , indubtr ahd I:Iteratu VOL. X.1,01 WINNSBQRO, S. C;,.' WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEP ell Olu THE, F'AIlPIELD hRA L PUnLISIHCD WREEKLY DY W E L L I A MI S as D A V I S. 7.-rrn.---The HERALD it published Week y in the Town of Winnsboro, at $3.00 11 variably in advance. W All transient advertisements to be 1'.L4) IN A D VA NCE. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 port quare. Campalgt Reminiseences. STUART'S FAMOUS RIDE DESCRIBED BY GEN. M. C. JUTI.CR. Your readers may remember the remarkable ride made by Stuart around McClellan's army. with a so. leot column, after the battle of Sharpsburg, in the fall of 1862 In some respects it was the most eole brated march ou record. ...

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 September 1875

F AIRFIELD HERALD P Lh ti y WI'I1SBOR Os It. M EANS DAVIS, FAitot W1ednesdaty Mlorning, September 1, 1875. t 'Tho Governor of Tennessee ha n appointed Hon. D. M. Key as United ti States Senator to fill the chair of Andy Jounson until the Legislature g elcota his successor. fi 'The Now York World shows that s the democrata in all the states in it which they have been successful except Ohio have pronounced for b bar.1 ouey. R All doubts as to whether inflation o or o.nutraction is the proper policy h aliuld be set at rest by the fact that r Benst Butler calls for inflation. e Ionot men will, therefore be in. 9 elined to favor contraction. a The E'uropoon powers have warnod e the les segovians to end there rebel- t lion against the Turkish government, e as they will receive no assistance in their enideavor to throw off the otto' a man yoke. W a have boon told by contraction - 8 ists ihat a return to specie paynents E will produoo financial prosperity.- 1 Whast excuse will they make for...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 September 1875

9 IO . P We are not responsible for the opinA one of correspondents. A"' Comnimunleations to this office will not be noticed unless 'accompanled by tho real amoe of the writer. A" Any person in the County having knowledge of any cirmmstaneo of intlerest *courrag in his neighborhood will confer a favor by furnishing information at this Local Notices 'will be inserted (except by pecial contract) at the following rat, .S. For ten litnes and under....$2.00 For each additional line.... Naw AnVITIsRMINNTM. Obituary. - Notice-A. McKenziq. Just Arrived- I. N. Withers. The Oomissionera of election meet to-day to count the votes and declare the elecotion for shegiff. JAIL. BInns.-..There are now twelve prisoners in our County jail. Their crimes are stealing and fighting. The former predowintes largely. IA'rnon EaNT.-M r. Frank Elder is adding another apartment to his already large establishmont, and whenteonploted it will be the largest store in thu up-oountry PxRSoN..-We bad the pleasure 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. — 1 September 1875

FAIRF LQ RALp 1 i Ef49 % ednes V atW N S O I , . C l r One Copy onie year, . 3 0) Five " ' ' . - 12 00 Ten " " e - 2660 '. he Boon of True Success. bY CA LID DUNN. "What is suo tess ?" I asked the sage Of three sobro years and ten, A nian whini.ajir faswbife With age, A loeading man 'mong men. "Ia it shown by the warrior's wreath, el nostirpl' eig ed; rife I fly eld+ or enenage, pain ud death, lonoa~th theo weeping skies t" The old mnan, with a smile of love, And k'indntess goad to see, First raied ils oyep to heaven above, And then looked full at me. And said. "My boy, the soldier's plume in pride bath oft, been borne, Yert I o'er speaks of hate and g loom, And thousands made to mourn. "It tells the t(le of glory wnn With cannon and with sword, Of msny valiant ations dono, And of their high reward ; "lit treit success 1t does not show." The old titan pa-od ; then said ; #'A syuhoil 'tie of nations' woe, Of many loved ones dead." I askcd my question o'er and o'er1 A t Id- th6 sage -...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 September 1875

A " 1 ' j 1. I., Faiyt,,__r Paper, Dvtdto S dte'rt ~yt4dustry~ and'^ 1TEMaratO - I I M10" THE F A ILIE1, IiR AID W I L L I A M S & D A V I S. 1.fnsi.--The IER A ,D 1 published Week y is th dbrq(-efJWiausro,. -at, $8.00 nearidN/.i* 4eant-e. qa All transient advertiemente to be Obituary Notices and tribuies $1.00 pert quare. Sett Co swho chav !tydlnafr' heer admost etdIes~e wed } , dae4stly ogue edt 'eauti fulnpwppsientogver.,the g ave ii of d og named A Hebb '. yhwspi.ory osie of 'dm mkhti.thftic In the ainnals of time. loere it is t. .. 1i ANdk afov OP ' A Doo. l 4:ypr aif.ular and interestjng 30 curroqe:weaP yesterday brought 'to, ligleiti the iirgh Court, by the hearing of a sunnous in regard to a dog .ta. -Eiglita id . a -itif yeare :" ago, it seems a man named t ray, of of whom nothing now is known, ex- < cept that that he was poor, and. lived I in a quiet Wig lndomelobseure part of e town, was buried in Old Grey- 1 friars' Churchyard. IIis grave, lev. < o by "hian4 lt...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 September 1875

FAIRFIELD HERALD 1r Idttay n 1~up tp ter $ 187. Tq0, o,w Yucr, Jforald is rather tinrnring-its bnack.09,.0 <igs}ooitogr. W hen'old Bill Allen i elgetqd,. ee bow.g gpick it wjll flop aroundJ . (Onetdy 1Idtris aoduse.dG of :inppyaroo, tIon n,iGeo gia, has been acquitted in-'ft, eY o 1 r splfel r . Johnson. Fv idence wa adducedto*irig" that u fyw ,ydbui'gogues ondgivorod incite insurrection. "P~ut Ms ,.te1,.at,,. tenpit failed, no vengeanood"'is, bei'g t.IlkA , ug( paro these trials -With' the infamous I lu x I er 'pdi0&scl8'8s P'eople in tl t 'h'aring oti4 the howly of tl oontractionisto ,h'o so idea of the strength of rag Ian. ty In the West. The republicans in Ohio havo 'bee compolled to r idgo the issue, nd' dro 'now' fight irg on the school. question. They elJIun that be tise the oatholice are 4 e'inriln g el'ment In the demo ertic ranks, and are oiposed to free roIpols, that the success of denoora + y .will sorindetbo 'death knell o( the t.j tem3. The democrats.have how. e...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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