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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 13 October 1875

FAIRIELD HERt D WIN1NSBORO, .1. alE.INS DAVIS, Editor, WedIcsl)y .lorning, October f&, 1874. Col. Pat L)jnitn, who, in the Lox ingt:>n (Mo.) Caucasian, out-Pomno royod Pomeroy, has succeeded Hon. Josiah Turner in the editorial muan agoment of the Raleigh Xentinel. The eleotion ill Charloston took place yesterday. We have not heard tho result but 11o1) that the Cnn ninghaml ticket has bCo victorious. The Bank of California resumed business on Saturday, and deposits have already exceeded the sums paid out by a quarter of a million. The re-opening was the occasion of a great celebration. The Carpet-baggers claim that every immigrant is a carpet-bagger. '.'hero is about the saino lifl'erence between the honest immigrant and the carpet bagger its there is be tweon the farmer who raises a crop and the rogue who steals it. (ong ressmn Simalls was acquitted of the charge of raising a check on the St-ito treasury. A claim for him of $250 pasei the legislature. But the check pai .1 by ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 13 October 1875

LOCAL ITEMS, 4 y We are not responsible for the opla 'ets of correspondents. 4 W* Communications to tiale office will not be noticed unless acoowpanled by the real name of the writer. &" Any persoin the County having knowtedge of any ciruumstance of int eret ocentring in his neighborhood will ,nfer a favor by furnishing information at thin ofilce. NEw ADVERTISEMENTS. Old Stand-S. Landookor & Co. Shoriff Sales-S. W.. Ruff, S. F. C. Bank Report-S. 3. Clowney, Cashier. Como one come all-J. O. Boag. Crockery-Connor & Chandler. Dry Goods &c.-R. L. Dannenberg. Fresh Goods--C. S. Romedy. Attention to Smokers-H. L Ayres. New Goods-MeMaster & Brice. Old John Robinson, the Circus King, is coming this way. Fon SALE.-A second hand box stove. Apply at this office. Try tho wondorfid collar, 4-1 and 8 8, at W. H. Flenniken & Co's. Look out for Howes' Great Lon don Circus. It will exhibit in Winnsboro on October, 19th. Road our advertisement-S. Lan docker. & Co. There ar...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 13 October 1875

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 20 October 1875

1 1 *;..* , ~. . 1 aILIM & A IPoreos. aiy'"rIDvtdt cec, rInuy nusr n ~eau VOL,~~~~~~~~~~~; XL INBRS o EDEDYMR1GO THE FA I11 I L D IE81ALB 1 PUDI.ISHE~w 1 KEKLY BY WIL LI A MS&DAV IS. ?arms.-Th' 'J1RALD le published Week in the Town of Winnsboro, at, $3.00 variably in advance. " t " All transient nlvortisements to be 'A1!) IN All VA NCE. Odituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 or a uare. Cant Afford to Marry. There are $25,000 young men in Chicago to-day who cannot afford to marry-that is, they cannot afford to marry the averago city girl, with her passion for dress, and bonnets, and jewelry. That is what they say. Possibly a little frank consultation -tveon the two would pave the way to explanation and satisfactory arrangements.; but how to have sucih consultation ? Thro's the rub. ecauee there is not a particsle of oubt that the tlhonsands of gills, mnd at least a goodly number of oung moin, would be willing to cnake some personal sacrifices to at iai narriage. Thus, if they co...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 20 October 1875

W ii N OBO ____ 1. MEANS DAVIS Editor, Wednuesdny alording. October 10, 1876. As the imornig:aperh *ere read on Wednesdayb a :million ton g uttered thoso rs 'f"D dil Allen." Gov, Chamberlain has subsribed for a five lundred dollar bond for the endowment' of Furman Univer sity. This is a praiseworthy sot. We are pleaspld to soo that, after all, the press of the State hold, abnost the same opinions in regard to conservativeplieY. The Pickqns Sentinel containis ar article which we reproduce in another colunn,. When Senator ]Bayard in the course of his conversation remarked that Grant was corrupt, that Slier man was a vandal, Bill Allen a demagogue and Butler a scoundrol, we felt like observing "Mister, will you please say that agin, and say it slow Y" The Register says that the Nkwa "asks us to avoid ambiguity. We are becoming ajiprehensive that this will be diffliult as long as the NEws assumes to judge." Perhaps. Talleyre~nd said that the objOOt of language is to conceal thought. Qui...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 20 October 1875

LOCAL EFM NEw ADVERTISEENTS. School Notice-.W. J. drawford s. C. F. 0. Cow For Sale-R. L. Daunenberg, Down with Prices -R. L. Damien berg. Choose-U. G. Desportes. . Bagging-F. Elder. Cigars Tobacco &c.-Mondei & Co. Sealed Proposals-Henry Jacob, Ch'm. Co. Coni'rs. Pay up your subscriptions. Court meets in Winnsboro on the first Monday in November. Faos.-A genuine old fashioned white frost made its appearance yesterday morning. Overcoats and fires were a luxury. A slight runaway occurred in front of the Court House yestorday with a three mule team. Nobody, hurt and no damage done. We met on the train Mr. Taylor of the Greenville NAws. He repro sonts Spoights as reveling in clover. We call attention to the School notice published this morning. Also to the Richmond advertise jgeuts. The Berger Troupe are booked for two nights at the Thespian ILdl this winter. They say that Sol Smith will be along. We call special attention to the no tice of Millinery opouining, in anoth. fe'ol u...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 20 October 1875

P'ubtlse u y a e A IN O, . ., ea VrLLTAMs 4" DAYI. - ---A --TBRM-IN AD VA MBS e Copy one-year - - 800 TO " o "- - - 12 00 n " " e - 2560c The- d'eeper the, canal frauds of ew York are probed, the more rrupt and offensive the ap a honest men of evd . v :P ntract; on. the Champlain canal s-awarded to- an individual for -;290 5W.. Upon this contract was id the- sum of $146;816, or six en times the- amount of the bid d over $12O gj f ;1 th stimate of the 1' engmeers he commission appointed to. in estigate this matter, after thorough mination of All tthepapersnin. -lti e, declare that $8;64'7 02' were aid to the contractor" fdl "sorvice - ud materials never furnishe4 l onclusion the, report ,places the 'responsibility for these frauds ,eo tate Engineer Taylor ";'id h Canal Board and the Catial C6W ssioner," and at the same time calls attention to the "robbery of valuable docun enti, gequixed by the commission in,, the.pxoeegirtou .of their investigation." The fortune of General Grant iF ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 27 October 1875

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 27 October 1875

FAIRFIELD HERALD R. M'ANS PAVIS, editor, Wednegday MRothblg, October $7, 1876. diblio opinion having compelled President Grant to kick Delano out of his cabinet, he has appointed that ring-tailed-roarer Zack Chandler in his stead. This is swapping the devil for a witch. Chandler became so odious as a United ' Statos Sona tor that he was stranded by the tidal wave last November. But he was an ardent third termer and was too useful in Washington as a wire puller to be loft rusticating in Michigan. He is a pretty sort of follow to reform Indian abuses. When Bristow and Pierrepont were placeod in the cabinet it was hoped that Grant had made a now depart ure, but it seems his repentance was only the repentance of a man ap. parently on his death-bed. and the Ohio election having given him hope of longer life he has returned to his old ways. It is difficult to say whether Democratic demagogues or a radical president can make the worse blunders. A Glimmuoring of More Ito form. On Saturday, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 27 October 1875

FOCAL ITEMS. EW ADvD5WIME~7 FOt- hale-4. 0. Boag. brEs Goods-J. H.' ro~n. Hamburg Edgings-S. Landecier &Coy Jtract9* ogwoo4---Dr.. W. . Aiken: Extract of LogwoQ &c-..McMas ter & Brice. grayed or Stolen- Robert Kin Cheap Dry Goods-W. D. Love & Co. Insure your gin houses---Jas. W. Law, Agent. Oils",W. U. Aiken. ' Now Mackerel-Beaty, Bro. & Son A second-hand box stove for sale - Apply at this office. Chicken cholera is prevailing in Winnsboro. Sunday was a lovely Indian 'sum muer day, and the churches were well attended. A special invitation is cordially extended to All those owing . us to call and settle. We want money and must have it. The torch of the incendiary fes troyed three houses in Columbia for Mrs. M. W. Stratton, Monday night. Her son-in-law, J. D. Gillman, has been arrested and locked up as the guilty party. A large train load of colored ex. cursionists passed through our town Sunday from Columbia, their desti nation being Chester, where there was a big...

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 October 1875

FAIRFIELD HERALD PUBLISIED DY WILLIAMS & DAVIS, AT -o--, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Copy one year, - - $ 8 00 Fio "" ," "" - - - 12 (0 en " "" " 26 GO RATES OF AbYiTISiN6. One Square onie insertion $1.00. For eoh subso uent i134oniah - 0. Obitua rios and Trri butes ~f4 .pcy ci~ q for contract advortisements. JOB WO.RK. Bill hIoads, Letter Heads, Envolopgs, Posters, Cards, Invitations, Ticket51. o. neatly executed at thia office, FOR CASI(. . ''I Some Solid Figures. The national debt amounts to $2, 100,000,000, upon which thiei's is a permanent interest charge qf $12Q, 000,000. State, county and municipal debts aggregate $1,500,000,000, the perma nent interest charge on which is $105,000,000 per almlunil. The annual national taxation is $315,000,000 ; the annual taxation, 5450,000,000 ; the totttl:anual taxa tion is $765,000,000; total intorost; $225,000,000. . , The assessed value of property i 1870 was $14,000,000,000. The total debt is $3,600,000,000 on which we pay $225,000,0...

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 November 1875

. ' s ,i Di>#> }t r;afra - G ?flrt t rn sf; ,u s t ;, " "u. . il)44 + 1, 1 r) i 1: l S i t. t' 1'v;>; TT Ot' t't jH ' +'1;1'YV A +i Lail H. ! ow lo f( tit I i-,, latr p " I orfu ' , /1" , li' - : ! .r (Ftii { t"', : ,j ,'1(,, ,,..1 li $ .!N1{({ fw" I " WILLIAMS & DAVIS, PrQ rietors.] Fa ijly-Papsr bevoted-to;Ssience - tAr ,, ui r lr4+ 'r tit .._.....__ rrs * I ' &.1 - -'I "o VOL 'W & Coi, W A Mom THE F AIl 1 E L D H11 ,113k 18 FUDI1.IsilED WKEKLY BY W I L L I A M S & 0 A V 1 8. a-rnia.-The HERALD is published Week y. In i Ie Town of Winsboro, at, $3.00 Avariably in advance. isg All Ir-isinI t 11dvortiseu ents to be x'.4 1) IN A > V.A NCE. Oteiiunry Nolioos 1id Tributes $1.00 per i quare. A"Little Mas.1 Episode. In the year of i .r Lord 1866, it became the good; tuno of the wri ter to settle dow in the beautiful city of Now Berne, after having re ceived an honorable discharge from the United States Army. In the month of June. while engaged in the multifari...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 November 1875

FAIRFIELD HERALD It. MEANS DAVIS, Editor *ddtestQ lprning, November 3, 187 QxppM .op detnocretio and lorado republican. Eacli State ' 1 cast throe votes for president. onors are easy. The bonanza bill is being argued the courts. We hope it will ro. ive its quietus. A more fraudu. nt and swindling measure never as passed. The 'Mnancial Ghronicle states at there have boon failuros to the mount of $1831000,000 during the sat nine months, of which South arolina eontributed two and a half illions ! The Augusta Chroniole and Sen iMel is one of the best papers in the outh. It is ably edited and con ins the freshest nows; and al hough it sometimes gets wrong on outh Carolina affairs, it is the main ory discreet. The Prince of Walon has reached ombay. Hero the Nizam of the ydro (whoever ho may be) excused imself from meeting the royal visi or, but sent a deputation. It is eather a mnub to the heir apparent of he British Empire, to be refused a eating by a ticky little bashaw. The Columbia pa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 November 1875

kEW ADvEBTIEMENT8i. Special INo r.doJoi1 Johnston. Seald PrgpoI --enry Jacob. School Notice-W. J. crawford, S hoolComynissioper. A'Cata-Jomnston 1 Potticrow. Field Soeds-McMaster & Brice. Boots, Boots-McMaster & Brice. Winnsboro is quiet now after the festivitios of the past week. Fourteen prisoners are confined in the county jail. All colored. Ihdn on Tuesday evening laid the dust and Wednesday was s. lovely' day. The Epizootic has ma e its ap pearance in this community in a very mild form. TuANtSG[vING.-The great !ather at Washington has appointed the 25th day of November as a day of fasting and prayer. Deaths in the city of Charleston for the week ending Oc'tobor 28, were 22--f 'which 8 were white and 24 wore colored. The Crown' Prince of Geritany will visit- tih gn tonnial, whore ho will. doubtles- meet seteral of the "boys" from the "Boro." '~The -eity- of New York not only gets judgment for over half a mil lion against ono of her democratic plunderers, but gets the mon...

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 November 1875

PAIRFIELD HERALD Publish. I Br osd Dr. FYZLLIAMS DAY'IS. One Copy qne year, - $ 3 00 Five 44 o ' .. 12 00 en a 4 u . - 26 60 r 111o 0. sAY8. iew of tholecture to be delivered at Pu io Library Hall next Wednesday oven ing by one of America's most brilliant poets, John G, Saxe, we take pleasure in ublishing one of his most pleasant poems. n7 it recognire thpmsgives g ' gOpals9q] ,, God bloss the man who first invented Skjn .P.nas and so say I, And in al that Ab. do. 470 keep His great discovery to himself, nor try .To make it-as th r1 o Y fellow might o ono'monopoly , tent right. Yes bless the , man. who first invented 're Y i'id ti'eitdeibn): But blast ,the man,. with coursos loud and deep, Whatev or the rascal's name, or age, or tmao A r tit'd, and went' roiaWl ad vising, That artificial out off-early rising. RJiso with the'lark, and with the lark to bed, SQbhotved some solemn, sontinental 150 these aro vory'ohedply said; But, ero you make yourself a fool or fowl, Pray just inquire ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 November 1875

O.R . 1'. VOL ,XI.] W [NNSBORO, S. C.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBG 1 ,87.IN .2 THE P I i I E 1 1)11 811a 111 IA PU a.IsiaK) w K EKIY B Y W I L L I A 1 S & 5 A V I l. 7.rmas.--The II! R .11) it, pubtisied Week y in Iho Town of Winnbthao, at $13.00 t. uaria4by in advance. dig All transient ndverthenents to be '410 IN A UJ VA NCE. Otituanry Notiocs and Tributes $1.00 port quare. A 'lal hawlk Drunikard, THE MAN WHO TANNED 11S STOMACH so THAT HE COULD EAT PEBDLE STONES AND SWALLOW SWORDS. The Youths' Comp&Lunion tells the story of a noted individual, Herman Heimol, a shoemaker, who, in the early part of this century, lived in Alsace. About the year 1839 he came to the United States, and set tlerd in New Orleans, where ho opened a shoo shop., Hoimol cared nothing for whiskey, gin, brandy or rum. Even his nmtional boer had no charm for him. He drank no alcohol at all. The The beverage whose taste enthralled him, and in imbibing which he seem ed at length to find his only pleasure wa...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 November 1875

0- RAN%, FAIRFIELD HERALD 1II WJnums1nomo. H. MEANS DAVIS, Editor, Weduicadny 1lurnig. Notembcr 10, 187. It is sid tht. Gov. Chamberlain i11 soon visit Charleston, atd that 1o will attend the Barnwoll ]Fair. Wro believe it to be at good thing for in to take a tour through the tate and become well acqluiiiited' ith the good po:)plo. Such vi8itH ould be productive of mutual ood. The Mayor and Aldermen of the ity of Coluubia, applied to Judge Mackey on last SzaturdaJ to modify is order of injunction against them o far as to permit the corporate uthorities to contract for and - pur hase unlli/bhrn.3 for the Police force. udge Mackey grantod the applica ion. We undertnd that the sapient city fathers at the capital )ropose to levy i special tax to pay for the unfrnas of their ragged rascals, and justify such tax on the ground that the constitution pro vides for "uniform tr.ration." In another column will ho coen a charge malde by Judge Mackey to the Grand Jury on the subject of cotton ste...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 November 1875

n Cium .e..The regutlar Novem terh bf tilh faihold Court of or4 $ iol% opened on Mondag first 'inet a*t, at, half past twelve >ek. Judge Mackey appoared in working trim, apparently To red from his sickness of Wat mer. Court having ben ;alldd, D. R. reaster was appointed man of the Grand Jury, and the rt then delivered the openin go. The court stated that it unnoccessary to charge them as heir regular duties. but there was y, matter to which he desired par -n arly to call their attention. This ter was the buying of seed cot at night by owners of eountry ' N. Complaint has reiche-l the s of the court fronm all quarters t Cotton is stolen, the property of more of both races, for thieves a class make no distinction on ount of race color or previous ndition of ser vitude. The court has been petitioned to dross this great wrong. It is the eat of the court that, it is able to trnish to every citizen the protee on guaranteed to him by law. The cotton crop is the basis of all he prosperit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 November 1875

and ..,n. National Medals and di >o ms .or Holman's New Pictorial J illustrations. Address for now ,, A J Holhan & Co., 930, Arch Phila. reading, psychomancy, fasoina ml charming, mesmerism, and de, showing how either sex , and gain the love and affec ,orson they choose instantly, ,Jy mail 50 ets. Hunt & Co., 139 ect, Phila., Pa. - a day guaranteed using our well auger and drills. $&00 a month paid to good agents. Auger books Iz auger co., St. Louis Mo. ofte50 al tree often ds to 2 k. efortune. A 7t k entitled: "Meon an Indians of ot," explaining everything, s na n Hickling & Co., Bankers and 72 Idway, New York 150,000 BONANZA invested in Wa1r'I , 5 5 often leads to a for rull particulars sent free. Address ton & Road, 65 Wall street,' New agents for the A bestseollin g prize package ;world. It contains 15 .sheats paper, elQpen, golden pen, pen holder, pen nt yard measure, and piece of Single package with elegant prize, I, 25o. Cireular free. Bride & Co., ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 November 1875

p;' 1",'4 :G rM*K':a '19fi:.lliF 'Cli.. fi + i t 1 1 4 { >] 1' ,' ';1'+ I! a.R ..J i "rlI'.. , ji 34 11 q t /M ,, .'.1a1 , "\ .1 . i , '{ IJ .\ ' '.I ril Ali' ire Cb, VOL. ,k T : , WINNSBORO, S., G:4 WEDNESDt.Y MO1N1NQ21 -A putt.tstMt D EftIKl.Y sT W N L LIE A NA OA V1S. 7 rme.--The IIl l..tl,1) i published Week y li ihe town of Winneor,, at $3.04 a rarfaWy in adonce. 411 ir- nsiet6 sdvertiouents to he l'.I1 IN AIVA NCC. Otituary Noiices and 'Tributea $1.00 per s queire. THE BIGOT (OW IN PERIL. Old farmer B. is a stingy ian, He keops all he gets and gets all he. can; By all his friendsi he is.sai4 to be An tight as the batk on a young birch tree; He goes toehureb, and he rents a >ew, tint the dimes he gives to the Lord are few; If he gets to heaven with the good and groat Ite will be let in at the ntpallest gate. Now farmer ., besides drags and plows, Steeps a number of very flue calves and cow"; He inaken no butter, but sends by express The nilk to the city's thirstiness. "Wh...

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