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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 November 1875

FAIRFIELD HERALD i~ R. MEANS DAVIS, Editor, Wednesday 2oraing, Neomber 17,1871. .-.das nid.a The County of Edgefield is in a t riblo plight. While there are no j actsn of violence tking place within her bounds, there exists a fearful amount of lawlessness. This lawv lessness exists on the part of the radical office holders of that Coun ty, who are ruling with a high hand. It is said that since recon struction about $140,000 of taxes have been paid for County pur poses, and yet not one fourth of that amount can be accounted for. Creditors of the County are not paid, and the public improvements are in a bad state. Thousands of dollars of debt have been piled on the County, most of which has been declared fraudulent by a referee. Paris Simkins and Lowrence Cain hold claims for'very large amounts. The Grand Jury, consisting of six. teen blacks and two wbitev, pre sented the County officials, and the Solicitor refused to take any action against them. Judge Carpenter was censured for not ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 November 1875

STAvn TAXt UON.-The State Tat Union will assemblo in Columbia, on e ourth Tuesday of November in at 12 o'clock M., according to the requirement of tli Constitution. A full attendance i requested, as importait business wil do btl thou tteacted. JAMES C1$ET14UT President. NaW ADVERiG MENTs Sheriff's Sales-S. W. Ibiff. Great Excitement-S. L Ludecker. Cheap, Cheap, Cheap-I. N. With ers. Ale, Larger 3oo &c.-P. Bacot' * 1:o4 and bo{ 4py-R. L. Dan nenberg., Mr Gob. Hinnant will please ac copt our $hangs for a lot of very fine - - a eot potatoes. - t AddjbtirnOd meting' of the , , ierchat aaud>.other 1busines nen will be held in. the Town Hall at 7 o'clock this eoning. Mr. Charles Muller has just re ceived 31fne ' assoi'tinnt of hand some clocks, watehos an:i jewelry, which ho is selling very cheap. Four. hundred and fifty-four bales - of i'ottoh was shipped from the freight depot at tlis place yesterday, - and still there is very little mony flAting around. IFor the information of p...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 November 1875

FAIRFIELD HERALD Publiesed Every Wedneeday at One Copy one ea - XI..t - $ 8 00 f 1to b'ieait 0 t.90 6 orn J hn Olb.'an. Joel Copes. - A w. Auff- eriti. - a 'l. it. (lowney,.-(Cerk of the .otiw4 JJ. Neil--Jutldge of 1%rnhat er *. 1r. Is Paike Coaty. Auditor. W ret~ sioabuilty.Trennttei-t rawfordl ohoebl COnt'nlimitiosttar t. V. binrimn-Jurry -t;maiellidetl' SoYTf' oisatoxansZJn. . lIarvey, Henry Jacob, Cartel fiaeaty. II. N.- Obear-- U. S. Comamnissioner, b O R 'al.t .-M. R. 110 i e . Q.RA i1. I N, Otear, U) 1{. il. r a, ri.i r4ona.. -A. M. Alatkey. W. It Marshall, Janes Aiken, Silas W. 1tuiT. II. J. F. W. Coleman,, Thomnas W.tilker, Dr. Ira M. 8vott. T. It. ltobertron. WIN!IOs'11to 2tATIO!IAr, UOKK Or 011tT11 isoo~pIA mauIsoMq1tt r. Aar& or s.Ou-ru eagerI.tna. AUttIOtanob6aratar.5-.00,000 rue upe $76.000. W. R. Robertson, Presiont. (Gen. II. MoMalsper, Vice- 'resident. atn't, 11. CI'wney. Cashier. I. Itobertson. 'I oller. .W. Rt. Robertson:, If. L. Illliott. James. ut#aty, Geot-...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 24 November 1875

W~ NO VOL. XI.] .WINNSBORO, S. C,: WEIEDYMRNGN THE A I R I I E 1D 118 E 11 L D 1e run l.IstIKD WkR.KI.Y DY W I L L I A M S & D A V 1 S. 2.rns.-The IIEIRAID it published Week y in the Town of Winnsboro, at $3.00 neariabl'y in advance. t1ig All tr'ansient advertisemients to be I.A ID IN A VANCE. OIltuary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per i qusre. [Ie-published by request.] The Plainter's Soliloquy. That "times are hard" I must confess, And mine's a woeful tale, I fool completely corner'd now, And cortainly must fail. I'm down on all the merchants' books, They're down on tue with duns, I could, indeed pay all my debts Provided I'm in funds. Just now I have no cash on hand; But pocket room "to lot." My credits' gone, and just because I'ni never out of debt. I did have cotton once to sell, But if I'm not mistaken, llad every bale already pledged To pay for corn and Bacon . But when I found the price was low, And "both ends could not moot," I got a friend to sell a load To carry out the ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 24 November 1875

FAIRFIELD HERALD W1RINSBORO. R. MEANS IAVIS, Editor. Wednesday Morning, November 24,1875 The prospects of Grant for a third term are said to be improving. Three papers eamo out simultaneously. lately with articles declaring that the re-election of Grant is the only chance of saving the country. It is said that Zach Chandler is running the third term papers. We believe that the third term will be repudiated by the people. Grant is unquestiona bly the strongest republican, and were he running for a first or second term, would probably be elected. But the third, we think, will be a millstone around his neck. Last week there were prospects of a war with Cuba. Caleb Cushing, our minister to Spain, wrote a letter practically demanding of that king dom the recognition of Cuba. This aroused the pride of the Castilians and it seemed that war was immi nent. The trouble arose out of the trial of American citizens by courts martial in Cuba. For some days the navy depart ment at Washington was b...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 24 November 1875

L(AL ITEMS. paper denotes that his subscription has expired. Wo will be glad to have all. de liniquont stibseribers settle past dutes and 1a u f lt year. ''here are a g p19Iifl p mel) I.wbou wo have been nl >ifit r i l:( ,t lme. As we imdergo 2w1ev so nd re olmpel led to ulke cAsnIL m-wAYt;NrH for uaterial and labor, we cannot afford to wait longer for our just lues On the Fiawr o JANUAnY NEXT We propose to erase the tuuae of all delin glent snbisacrihrs from our hooks, how ever wo may regret it. The Nu.ws is only four dollars, anul'tlti' Irmrsiul.l, threet dollars a year. Pay up your substriptioins. NFnw AD~vua'rlss:Nr~s Surmnnron: -:A. M\. Krch~ey. LNotice-P. 13 tCot. M1illinery"-J. Ht. Brown. Notice - \Vuinns) >ro N:ational - ko W\ai ltl-R,. MI. Dlea~vy. orill"s 1: c--S. W.- Rul'. ieport ct otunty Ctmmisionors Tr .I 1othdh Aon Clerk. 'a Mac iy, 'laintiff's Attorney. . lerrf. 'of Cotinty tominissioners -+.f. Rt Robertson; Clerk. The Leg 1lptu:ro c 'mvonos; at 12 M. W. - f1Th...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 24 November 1875

FAIRFIELD HERALD Published Every Wedaesday at WINNS3RwW, S. C, Br WILLIAMS f DA yL'. TER-N ADVANC. One Copy one year, - $ 8 00 ive "" es " - 1200 on " '" "' - 26560 Oriclal Directory of Fairfield County. S3VATo--Moses Mlarti.. mrUIRaU5TATITI-Joseph Thempson John Gibnan. Joel Copes. B. W. Juff--8erll'. *em'i. It. Clowney-Clerk of the Court. J. J. Nell-Judge of Probste. W. B Peake--County Auditor. W. At. Nelson-Couty Treasurer. W. J. Crawford-tohool Commisbioner, R. F. Martin--Jury tlom missioner. COVNT T CoNNisUioNERs-Jas. R. Hlarvey, henry Jacob, Carter Beaty. H . N. Obear-- U. 8. Commissioner. NOTARIES PUBLo-M. C. Robertsae, J. Q. Davis, .11. N. Obear, D. B. Kirland. TRIAL JUe:~Cas-A. AI. Mackey, W. R larshall, James Aiken, Silas W. Ruff. I. J. F. W. Coleman, Thomas Walker, Dr. Ira 8. Scott. T. it. Robertson. WVNNEDORO NATIOMAr. BA4K Or POUTH CAROLINA. AUTNOntISDOAPITAL $200,000 PAID UP $76,000. W. R. Robertson, President. (eo. H. iloMaster, Vice-President. Sam'!. B. Clowney, Cashi...

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 December 1875

EOL . XIWD N ,E E ra t VO.XI.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNINr LNG C F t I1l F I1 I 1 ii E 1 "ll U It, P'1ni.11susu W M:ExLY flr W I L L A 4 s & . A V I . 7 rts.-'hT III'R tD is publishod 'eik y in tite 'own of 1t W t-),to, al. 113.00 t. ooria.Ia in ad'v.inei,. > 1' l r i n et i aft ve-il isentent to be t'4 I/> IN A1)lVA Nrch. I) ilo"-ry Notices anl Tributes $1.00 Stain of 'South a(ir6liina --l Ounli y of FairfleIld. To Iris Honor T. J. Mackey, Pre sidi(ng Judge. . The Grand Jury of Fairfield Coun Ay, November Term, beg leave to make the following presentment: COMMITTEE ON JAIL. They have examined the County jail, find it securo. The prisoners are supplied with good blankets and wholesome food. There is, however, an offensive smell up stairs which the Grand Jury belivo is owing to a neglect of duty on the part of the jailor. ROADS AND BRIDGES. The roads and bridges of the County are in good condition. The Grand Jury recommend that the road leading from Ashford's ferry ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 December 1875

FAL 1 HELD HERALD It. At1';ANS nA Vfd-, IN 1Itnr 11"educslltly Duroinh U!'ctuber 1, ISli" While S(-intora and 1' ico-Prosi donts, Pre fntlr' rill rround him 1'rosicent Clr t sino1(ot; his cigar' and clriul::3 ;1i.4 fc)n. link-or cocktail haul docn't (lio ww-t1 a eeltt. ren..tc.t" C ;. 1'o:';"y ()L, C.rlu((rf"i cut died a fow llnlit H hufore Vice Pregicle-t ANT-11 !z e lt1te 1 hia. last.. 110 was eh:: t:n.1 t'Ircc yu tir"H nt;o by coalition of ilulul)on(lon.' rupttl)1icnul( r'ld (1oltl')('rat. ;, (1(!ri:ai iii .. (- ollol"t:l Ha-']oy, t11o r(l ;nlal" lollnlliC:.n 11 )tlllllet). So'l.ltor 1" ('.'1'y lti)wev(!1' \"JtO.t -with thin rc])it])1ie.tllc. The Vac:tt)cy crltt:=u:l by his do 11,11 \Vill lie fille;l by (tov. [n;cl":.ot''t, all); int Mollt., ttn;l t111n (lr.uo(":;,;tti will l:ttin it Sellator, at. le IC A nail an election by tho l( is].tt 1.11.0. collgre]-m in l\';wI101,"toll ('11 the first llon-l;1,y in 1)uel.liiiu'r. The Ilou!;o hi (lc."ltto('riltiI". '.L'llo Seu:tlc co1F;iat8 ...

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 December 1875

1jrVT An nlark . og~. a eubsoribor's paper dienotes that hisi Hulj8Cr'ptiofl huut expi red. Weo will be glad to have till do linritt. ubtrb etlpatd sa pay 1ltii o twoL'ittr y'ear. 'r'etir arti goodi moany pur.ona ,wftoax we have beenr inllulgiig'forat long the As we unde~rgo, heavy oxpQ~i'ti awli are (0'u 1)0110 to iisiihe+ cAs'l rAYtv.ar~rs toy suntcricL and labor, we* cannot tslilrl to Wtait lone.~:r for oar is shiiey. On thiti 1O 0r .IANUAiti NEXT WO 1iroiiofl.) to erse ttu litcil, o1 .tl I l'l iii evor we ea y r.* ;re it. 'lisa N tu.t is (I nll it year. Pa~y til v'''ir .oi~im~ JwA. lccoiv.- )I N. ' 'to B3trg ills ill Dvoss G 1n.;-.7. Thenniken & Co. - P.ty your Rfll)"rip)tic):i. Cotton bold1 oil 1i idtiy a;; 12 (X1!d tlcd i..jfy ell 'i tla.v ..r:; V.i.. ,.. ~ea ,1~i ts(A:tt it, 1; t !bIf' a. ..: I1 be ci Jivcned l)' xo u:.,U \1 +' ."I!,.., mlirei 111i01.0 Old pr'c)biii:i . I&$!tQ)1i lilt~t d 0rnfS n (1 for see.a cl,1. rpl~tl.(,,iVVl) "aA nia ; en. L' ally (JI .-5Of vi1 )...

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 December 1875

FAIRFIELD HERALD Published Every Wednesday at WTNNSIBORo, . c., By WILLIAMS 4. DArIs. TBRMS--IN ADVANCE. oat Copy one year, $ 8 00 ive s "s - - . 1200 en 1$ "4 4 2660 Miscilt Directory of Fairfield County. s*aeat--Moses Martin. 35RsIeNTATIvhh-Joseph Theospson John Gibson, Joel Copes. A. ,W;'Ruff-Sherifr. dam'i. B. Clowney-Clerk of the ('ourt. J. J. Neil-Judge of Probate. W. B. Peake-County Auditor. W. Al. Nelson-County Treasurer. W. J. Crawford--School Commissioner, R. F. Martin-Jury Commissioner. CoVNTY OOMbissIoERs-Jas. R. Hiarvey, Aenry Jacob, Carter Beaty. II. N. Obear--U. 8. Commissioner. IOTARINs PUDLIO-M. C. Robertsan, J. Q. Davis, ;II. N. Obear, D. B. Kirland. TRIAL JUSTteS-A. M. Mackey. W. It Marshall, James Aiken, Silas W. Ruff. 11. J. F. W. Coleman, Thomas Walker, Dr. Ira S. Scott. T. R. Robertson. WINNUnORO NATIONAL DANK Or ROUTiH OAROLINA. AUTIIORIZDeAPITAl. $200,000 PAID up $76.000. W. R. Robertson, President. Geo. II. oio M naor, Vice-President. Sam't. B. Clowney, Cas...

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. — 8 December 1875

J r LS-8 VOL. XI.] WINNSBORO, S. C.. W EDN ESDA Y MORNING, DECEBR8175[N.2 FAIRFIELD HERALD Published Every Wednevltty it, WINNSBOU0, S C., 2'E RMS--13 AL F-ANCE. Ono Copy one year, - - $ a 00 Ivo "" "" "" - - - .211) on t " " - . 2r5i) Lefler from Ex -Governer i1er'y. To the E.litor of the Newa s0 Courier I concur most heartily with you in your co)ntroversy with the Green Ville Jaily NVews, as to the organi zation of the democratic party for the purpose of running a straight ticket at oar next election. In my opinion it would be folly to (o so. Tho only question at issue now in South Carolina is reform, and an honest admninistrati on of the govern mont. All who are in favor of lion esty, light taxes and economical ex pendituro of public money, whether republicans or democrat s, white or colored, should unite in purging thmo Logislature and our public olpices of roguery, corruption and incompe tency. There is nothing else worthy of enteinug into the Canvass next fall for State office...

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 December 1875

FAIRFIELD HERALD NYg1WBOO R. Ml ANS DAVIS, Editor, Weitnedny fliornlug. l)cciutbr 8, 15im Virginia educats annuallly 103, 000 chih renl at u cost of $925,000. Tho university has 373 students. 41l said that old Zack Chandler is gouig abont, nf a roaring bull, bsweC'eping out his offlce, and making i general clearing away of old party ruiish. It. is quite droll to ob servo him playing the rule of civil tlervice reformor. Verily reform stalks abroad in tlo land. Butor will next he soon proaching 'reform. How good we are all gitting. Thoro is now under considera tion in the legislature a bill which will abolish the fees now paid to the solicitor (if the second judicial cir cnit. Tho T eNAV.s C ('ourier very priperly t.hiiiks that such a bill siould be inaitde general. The foes nOW lai(1 to solicitors dollbtleHs haevo a telnd(ency in ruany ca-on to en1eulirage th(so otlicors to bring ipt.o court, cans that should have no phlicO thi 0 e. The legislaltiro is still nt work on the tax bill. ...

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. — 8 December 1875

ark on a subscriber's raper at his subscription las expire ill be glad to have all de linquent scribers settle pant dues and pay up for another year. There are a good many persons whom we have boon indulging for a long thne. As we undergo heavy expense and are compelled to make CASH PAYMENTS tr material and labor, we cannot afford to wait lon er for our just dues. On the YIRST of JANUARY NEXT We1 propose to erase the names of all delin quent subseribers from our books, how ever we may reg rot it, Tho Nxws is only four dollars, and the IPaAl, three dollars a year. Pay up your subscriptions. NEw ADVEaTIsEMENT8 Dentists-Dr. Isiah Simpson. School Notioe-Miss Gott. K. M. M. S.-A. Coward, Prinei pal. Clothing-R. L. Dannonborg. Ties ! Ties-R. J. McCarley. See advdertiseoent headed found. Notico--W. R. Garrison. Notice-R. J. McCarley. Grand Chance-J. C. Squier & Co. Just Received-Beaty Bro. & Son. Fresh ArTivals - McMastor & Brice. Dwelling for Rent-G. H. McMas ter. Selling out ...

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. — 8 December 1875

TH F A I II E+ I 1A Il 11 E; 11AI L 1) Is ruf1.IS11IP1) W1,1:1tt.Y BY U 11 1 .A31S t;D.A a I S. ?,rai i.e IF/'/ .7 /. 1) i9 Intllli 1heif IV ItI. y in I he Tu\vn of 1\'iltusboro, at 1'%3.00 {1 -,}"? ;111 tr u-i("nl n'1verti;einetits Iv Lr 1 .11/) !.V :11) I'.l U1"ituiry Nutiee tuft Trib utes ;1.00 per t 4111r11"r . Ollic,'iat Dir e(' Ol'1" of 1''Iliriil'itl Counly. NIi ATO1t-Mose.t \I'll'lin, ltl:rnl:9::'ii vt(v; -.1 tiuhtt J Aou",a)n . 11', ]bull'- ',t'1"i11. 6tol'I. I. ('Iorrnt'v "-!'1('rl: of th Court. .1. J. Neil---.J u.I ". of I'roh it(,. V. It I'rrll;.'"-i'" ?I~t' t .'iitat. W. M. \elsun---Co'u.tv'i',t':1 nrIr. W. J. ('rutcl'".r.l-''(:11 ,1 '''r.ln.i ioltot. R. P. Mal-tilt -.(try co':sr1 (:" ?Ill . l", r.r.5---.Ii a, V. Harvey, puniry J:u ult, (':ill.;. I1,":t"y. If. N. Meal-- U. N(1.1'.IltII 4 Q, I)t \'in, 11. \. <)Ic:u, U, (1. lciiluu 1. ritttr. M. 11.t("kl"}", W. I d1ur,,llatli, .1iunes Aiken, W. I{nll". If. .1. I', W. l'uleln:ul, Illonltti 'iViiiker, 1)r. Ir i 1 , ..t t...

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. — 15 December 1875

WINNSBORO, S. C.. WEDNESDAY MORNING.,DECEMBE 15, 1875. J fAIIPIB LB Il E11 I Ia POtiLIItCn WKV.KLY DY WV I L L fI M & I) st A I 8. .rm.--Thbe IA'RA 1.1) it pablished Week. y in i ie' Aor.o(W inn.boup, si '98.00 rneariably it! Advnance. g&-i All Ir'-lent Q4verttieh'ente to be rAil) IN AD V.4Nu. Ob>itunry Nouices ani Tributee $1.0o per t quire. ExpettseM of. a i hres. There is a .very general opinion that anybody can run a circus, and that the business is . immensely profitablo. The following statement; which we clip from an exchange will give some idea of the cost of running such a concern "Fifty thousand dollars is noth ing for o disastrous season to swallow up and bankrupt any but the very few of the most solid mainagers, such as Barnum, Forepaugh, the Van Amburgh establishment, John Robinson, and probably a few others. A first-class canvas show cannot be put on the road for loss than $150,000-in c:nvts an.i equipages, horses and other animals. A full menagerie costs a m...

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. — 15 December 1875

FAIRF1ELD HERALD WflVNSD'OB0s R. MEANS iDAVIS, Editor, Wednesday Morning, Decemnber IL 18Th The Now York authorities area still perplexed about Bos Twegd's uncoremonious departure. Various opinions are entertainod respecting his whereabouts, some bolioviog that he has crossed the Atlantic, and others that he is sti.ll lurking about the metropolis. The Colum bia Register thinks he has "gone to meet Parkeir." Where ? Congress met on the 6th inst. In the house of representatives the election for speaker resulted in the choice of Hon. M. C. Kerr, of Indiana, who had previously bcen nominated by the democrats in caucus. Mr. Kerr stands high as a politician of long experience, pure character, and groat skill as a parliamentarian. He will doubtless make a most excellent presiding officer. There is in circulation in soveral states a petition to congress for the repeal of the bankrupt law. It is alleged that creditors are hasty in availing themselves of the pro visions of the law, against de...

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. — 15 December 1875

L()(OAr{FEMS paper denotes that his subscript on as expired. We will bo gind to have all de. liuquent subscribers settle phht dues and pay up for another year. There are a good many persons whom we have boon Indulging fora long tine. Ae we tider o cannot ailord to wait lot er for odi- jus dues. On tho FInST Or ANUARYn NxxT we propose to erase the nauoes of all dulin quont subscribers from our books, how ever we may regret it. The Nuws is only four del atrqra the IInw q, three dollars a yeax.. 'y.up.Yr IsyboaptiQus., NEw4AD1ITISEMEINTS '.. fi; Sli isaise-.:' \V 1"u1. Sale of Lanc-John McLure. Writing Pi ybF d.-'--Mc sto'r & Brice. Sugar andIolasse.i--featy, Bro. & Sun. Milch CoW itb.' Prepare for Winter-P. P. Toale, Bar~ains--J. OA Bqag. Excursion 'Train-L. Marshall. Ronoved--J. H. Brown. Meeting of Loanr. Assogiation..-D. R. Flonnikon, Sec A Abedd-laid boy-tuve'for Aalo at this ofLice.. PMusonA,-Wu . ha\o .r coivod a call from Mr. B.' M. Taylor, tray oiling agent of tie Grce...

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. — 15 December 1875

HERAI. Oae City one, ear, .; oo iv. " "' - - 1200 on 1 ." " - 2G60 Olielal DIrectory ft Fairfield County. sUEATOR--toses Martip. sar5?s35 T AttVs -Joseph Thempsen John Gibson. Joel Copes, $ W. Ruff-S eritf. Am'l. 11. Clownoy-Clerk of the ('eurt. J. J. Nell-Judge of Probate. . W. B Peake--Coanty Auditor. W. M. Nelson-Cotunty Treasurer. W. J. Crawford-'chool Commissioner, R. F. Martin-Jury Commissioner. co-NTT cnxtsstonRue--Jas. It. Harvey, Aenry Jacob, Carter Beaty. If. N. Obear---U. 8. Commissener. NOTARIS PUBLIO--M. C. Robhrtsun, J. Q. Davis, ;1. N. Obear, D, B. Kirland. TRIAL JUaftoias--A. M. Mackey. V. I )farsball, James Aiken, Silas W. Ruff. If. J. F, W. Coleman, Thomas Walker, Dr. Ira 8. Scott. T. Lt. Robertson. WrNssanno NATIONAL 2ANK or SOUTH CAROLINA. AUtIJORIsNIOAPITAL $200,000 PAID Ur $76.000. W. It. Robertson, President. (leo. H. Mtoalaster, Vice.President. Pam'1. I. Clowney, Cashier, M. C. Robertson, Teller. t 3OTos. W. It. Robertson, H. L. hlliott, James Lesty, George H...

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. — 22 December 1875

- -; i7me- ex h tffrm - - -., VOL. XL] --W'NNSBOR= - C - M ) . * VO. XI] WNNSBROS. C.. WEDNESDAY MORN1NG, D)ECEMBER 22, 1875. THE F1 I R I E 1E 11L D I4 PUfiI.IStIID w K r.Y flY W fI L L IA S & DA V IS. ormn.s.-T he ///:1{ r1,0 is puhtinheod W ee k y in the'own of Winnsbor-o, at $3.00 t. ariavu'y in advance. SAll lt-isiet ndverthernents to be r. 1l IN AI U V. NCRC. Onlunry Noticos and Tributes $1.00 per a quaro. OUTLA WS, CAPTURE O A )EHPEItATE BAND OP RAIL ROAD ROlOI3sR IN NOl'!'H! CARIOLINA, NEAR TILE 8CUNE OF TIlE I.OWElIY DEVIL TRIEss 3 or two years pat oeeasional robberies have occurrol on local freight trains on the Wi1mington, Columbia and AngustL railroad bound south from Wihnington, and they have generally occurred in .farion county, South Carolina, from I seventy-five to one hundred miles south of Wilmington. Recently the two railroad warehousies at Marion wore burned, With their content, entailing the loss to the company of i large amount of money, and the fire was un...

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