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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 December 1875

FAIRFIELD HERALD ' IV1MsBon I It. MEANS DAVIS, Editor, Wedinesday Mlorning, lkcrmber 22, 187 Bettor twenty-fivo imaills of ttxa.' tion than a corrupt judge. - --- --4*--- - - - The now judges will not bo Ieated till August. 'Much may bo done by that time. Now lot the point argue(d by the ews and ('urier that judgos are elected for four years he tested. Whipper and Moses may yeb be balkod. The I'nlion-HcreddL thinks that' ..tie svorest commeIont.ary on univor Hall suflrage l is that, deilgat.es chosen) by this system should have plired upon thu benh11 on11 whose propler p)lace is lie prisoner's dock. The Fairlielh d1legation voted solidly for Vhipp 1r and algainst M1osoH. We see0 but little dill'rence betwec'en theso mnll. 'he election of oither wvo da have been sailicientt to onsure ia conservative victory, The Legislature is cowardly, 1t truclcod t.) the goverlnor in the m al. ter of taxation, becasllI ho held the veto power. But in the judici.1 election he h hal no voice, and the ...

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. — 22 December 1875

LOCAL ITEMS. j0' An p4 mark on a subscriber's Ippr ep denotop, t 1.i pript' l exinred. We- i tvolfl4& linquent stibAo -rt i t d l i12W iy up for another year. There are a od nany persos whonm we have boon indulging for a long tline. As we undergo heavy expense said are coinpullud to make cAsu IYaMTs for material nld labor, we caannot alford to wait longer for our just dues. On tlhe FiRST oF JANUARY NExT we propose to erase 1h i naines of- all deli4 q ent subscribers frbu our 'books,. how ever we may regr't it. Thu NEws is only four dollars, and the HanarI,.thrqo dolLtrs n year. i'ay up your subscriptions. Nnw AvvsRI'rznsEmEN s J.apalloso Troupe. Christmas Tree. Shoerifr ,sal. - umnons for 1elief. Church building for sale. Pay your Subscription before 1st January, Our thanks urn duo to Mr. .JIno. D. MlcCaluuey, for a tine piece of venison a part of the doer Mr. Met: trley so cruelly put to death a few days 61nc0. We call attention to the comumu niications in this isste, signed re...

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. — 22 December 1875

FAIRF'IELD HERALD Publidhod Ev.,ry We-lnesday at WINNSJOJRO, S, C., . Y - WIILLAMS '4 PA1P1z. -0 --- - TrJRMS-jN AD VAlNCR. One Copy otte year, - $ 8 00 lye " ' ' -- 1210 en ' e' 2 60 O:elal Jli'ectory of Fairfleld County. F YArot -Mornos Martir,. it Pitutst TATVRe -Joloph T'Ompson John fGibs.nn. Joel ( ones. S W. Rtff.--Sheritf. 4m i'I. It. Ulowney-(NIerk of the ('ourt. J. J. Neil---Judge of l'rnante. V. B Peake--Coannty Auditor. W. M. Nelon' -Count y Tretsror. IV. J. Crawford--"thool Commissioner. U. F. Mortin-Jitry Uomnmissioner. 0o'IN'rY 100t)3 rHs.10Nvils--Js. It. IlI arvey, Aenry Jacob, Cart'or Beaty. 11. N. Obear--- U. 8. Commissioner. NOTAttRIRA PenLO-M. U. Itoh'rsM. .1. Q. Davis, -II. N. Obear, D, 11. Kirland. TRIAL, arrimw.-A. M. Mackey. W. I larshall, Jatne Aiken, Silaits W. Ittiff. H. J. F. W. Coleman, Thottmas Walker, Dr. Ira S. Scott.. T. It. Roberteo. W!NNsRORO N.\TIONA. 1iK Or ROtuit CA to.tNA. A'rTtonano.rirAL $2J0,000 rAI to -$75,000. W. It. Robertson, President. O...

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. — 5 January 1876

od" 1' 1 VOL. XT.] . WINNS13OROS. C. WEDNESDAY MORNiNGS J&NI _ ---"."-fir - - -- - r r rsr. wn .rr " r + n "7 '71'G '!""lrT3 !! n_ 1 1F 1?1 I i t 1 '1l1l DI laiPUnLIstiDn WFEKLY BY W.fI L. 1r A J?3S 9 R. AV ,y 7.anms.-''hb I4R4LD l/$lblittied Week y hil 'lho T btn of' Witthsbofo, a $.00" s t uaribly in advanec. tom All triasient. niotertieonit\ tote XI'A IN .4) VA NCR. Oninuary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per i quiro. Honorably Adjusted. Irom the Augusta Chronicle and ,Sentinel we extract the following, which explains itself : Yesterday morning the following dispatch.was received at the Mayor's office : Wurisnono, Dec. 20,9:50, a. m., 1875. To Mayor Aietes, A ugusta, Ja. : I havo reason to bbliove that S. 13. Clowney and T. W. Woodwata have left here with their friends for the purpose of having a hostile met ing near your city. Please take stops to prevent a ineoting. PIERRE J3ACOT, Intendant of Winnsboro, S. C. ' The telegram was imeinodiately turned over to Mr. Christian, Chicl...

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. — 5 January 1876

rAIRFIELD HERALD TR T9B80110, J10. S. REi OOLbS, Editor Wltindedy Morning. January 6, 1876 Valedictory. With the proient issue to; miate my connection with the editoria dopartm ent of the Nmw and HERAJP Having accepted a position on the editorial staff of the Charlostoi Netcs and Courier, it becomes no cessary for me to sunder ties which have bound me closely to the poo plo of Fairfield and to relinquish a task which though sometimes irk some has been in the main attendei with pleasuro. During my man agomont, as before, it has boon the aim of the NEWs and HERALD to conservo the best interests of th< whole people, and, while manifosting no partisanship or fanaticism, to maintain right and to denounce wrong, wherever found. The difficulties attending this self imposei task were lessened by the conscious ness that the pulse of the paper throbbed in unison with the pulse of its readers ; and to their cordial support is due any good which may have resulted from its efforts The past th...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 January 1876

LOCAL ITEMS .fr An 1 mark on a sulbscriber per denotes that his subscription h expired. We will be glad to have alldi linlient subscribers settle past dues an pay up for another year. 'There are good many persons whoin we have boo) rudulging fora long time. Aswo undor heavy expense and are compelled to mat cAsu PAYMWrs for material and labor, w cannot afford to wait longer for our jut (ues. O) tie VInST OF JANUARY NElXT w propose to eraso the nues of all delir quent subscribers from our books, hov - ever we inay regret it, The News is oni four dollars, and the Iima.ui.n, three dollai a year. Pay up your subscriptious. NOTICE. There will be no change in th business'managemnent of the NEWS an IIRIIALm. Individual and partnersli claims will be presented to W. I :)Willia ms.. NEW ADVERTISEMENTd Notice. A.'. P.-. M.-. Mount Zion Institute. Dry Goods, &c. Executors' Notice. Notice of applications. Carolina Collegiato Institute. Mr. Philip Dannonborg is r longer connected with the firm...

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. — 5 January 1876

WIHO KNOWS ?--IOME QUESTION Who knows where pns anal noodles go-. Whtere are all the o ttons stray ? Who knows where ill the pennies go, Tlat somehow get away ? Who knows how all the china breaks 'li'ht wasn't touched at a'l ? Iltow baby gets so black a leilse, l et ne~ver gets a fall ? who knows whence all the fashions come, Andl, when they disappear, \'ity ono brief' month should make a fright Of what was "such a dear ?" Vho 1. Hnws little bill can swell '1'o sauel prodigious Size ? Who lnowt, intleed, what's going on .lktenth his very eyes ? Who ljnows. ju; wboro her husband goes themn "basint s keeps himt out ? Vho knows when best. to wear a imilo, Anm'l when to wear a pont ? W ho klows ti time to-fago the fact That she's not lolger young ? Who knows how best. to speak her mind, And how to hold ior tonguo? Who knows the most convenient day To lring a friendl to disige ? ahoikhows the half of what be spends On chibs, cigars ani wiinn ? ' Who knows one bonnet cannot lst A woaain 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. — 12 January 1876

WINNSBORO, S. C.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 12, 1876. THMlE ; F ruItI1snED wnr AEs w WUDU IFD WI KLY 6 811 ' ..,,n..-The llER.4LD it publishe 1 in the Town of Winneboro, at t. uariably in iduance. ed - All trantient mavertiseieote to *b 1'.! 11) IN AD UVANCE. OII>itiy Notioes and Tributes $1.00 0 per , quare. TIlE MISSING WIFE. -0 A CLIElOYMANs STOnY. -0 Helen Hunter was the prettiest and sweetest girl, to my thinking, that I have ever seen, and she re turned my love with an equal en d erness. I had not known for many months when 1 put rny en gagemenot ring upon her finger, and she promised to marry me as soon as I was settled. More fortu nate than most young clergymen, I had not long to wait ; and the day I became pastor at M.. I urged her to set the day for our nuptials, and we were married within a month. Never shall I forget the day upon which I brought her home, the do light she expressed at the sight of our picturesque garden, with its great trees, and the old disused well...

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. — 12 January 1876

FAIRFIELD HERALD 4A,' JNO. S. IE1iOLDS, Editor, Wedlncsduy Morning, January It, 1876 The Only Hope. The only hope for the honesi people of South Carolina lies in thi carly and thorough organization of he democratic party. Whatevei course of action may bo boroafto comed most expedient, the first nd great need now is a union of he democracy into a compact, ficien t and well disciplined body. n such a shape, the propor action or the party can be most easily do ormined upon and most easily put 11 to execution. This organization nnot begin too soon. Lot us be 1) au i.l doing. Wo havo no time to e. .A High Compliment. Gov. Chamberlain has received any encomiums for his course over lice his inauguration, but in our aIgmnlit, the highest, most flatter g of all is that bestowed upon him the State Central Committee of o democratic party, in their ad -ess to the peo)10.. Representing they collittoe do, a party natlr y supposed to be inimical to all o mol and monurcs of the relul) an party, the...

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. — 12 January 1876

LOCAL ITENMS piY An si mark do a subsorlbor paper denotes that his 'ttbscription t expired. Wo will be glad to have all d, linquont subsetibere tsottle past duos ti pay up *J niha4bd 'W-A'O, re.. g ood many persons whom wo have bec indulgini gffr log th4o Ah *e under66 heavy oxpo le and are do polled;tn il s PAYMENTS for material and labor, w rsnot afford to wait longor for our jul dies. On tho FIRST OP JANUAlRY NEXT v proposo to erase the names of all delis quont subscribers from our books, hove over we mhay reg ret it. The Nawe is on] four dollars, and pp r e4 a year. Pay up your subsoript ous. NOTICE. Thereg i~hbsno. change ib th businoss management of the NEWs an HERAu. Individual andiarthershi claims %v,i1b,9 pretektqtl to W. F Williamo a - . + - POST Oyg9 ovaI..-Th pos1 office will be open daily (Sunday exceptd) from 9 A. M., to 12 1 and from 2 to 5... M. Northei: and Southern mail close at 1 13. 1 preciselr. ali Mail deliv red Sundays .pog 9. to.9.80 4. M. onli Niw ADVERTi8EM...

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. — 12 January 1876

FAIRFIELD HERALD Published Every Wednesday at WINNSBORO, S.., BY WYILLL/IMS & DA 18. 0 TERMS-IN AD VANCE. One Copy one year, - - $ 8 00 lee " " " - - - 1200 on " " " - 20 OlUeial Directory of Fairfield County. gEIAroa-Moses Martin, IraRIsIsS-TATIVES-Joseph Thompsaa John Gibhon, Joel Copes. S. W. ltuff--Sheriff. Anal'. it, Clowney-Clerk of the Court. J. J. Neil--.Judgo of Probate. W. 11 Peake-Conuty Auditor. W. M. Nelson -Comty Treasurer. WY. J. Crawf'ord-ohsool Conmissioner, It. F. Martin-Jury Commissioner. 0O'INTY OOiIMISSIONItRS--Ja. R. Harvey, Aenry Jacob, Carter Beaty. II. N. Obear-- U. S. Commissioner. NOTARIES 1'DLI-S. B. Clowny, J. Q. Davis, 11. N. Obear, D. B. Kirland. TRIAL JUSTtoES-A. M. Mackey, W. It Marshall, James Aiken, Claranco R,'*b, N. J. I", W. Coleman, Thomas Walker, Dr. Ira S. Scott. T. It. Roberteon. W!NNilIOR0 NATIONAL BANS OF OUTIl SAnoI.I\A. AtruIunizsICAPITAL $200,000 PAID upr $75,000. w. Rt. tobortsoi, President. (eo. 11. NicMaster, Vioe-President. Sam'...

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. — 19 January 1876

*. OL. XI WINNSBORO, S. C.. W EDNESDAY MOR1N1NG JANUA RY 19, 1876. [NO. 32 iTHE 1' I D fli ; Ij tD 11E 111140 1 'u1.ss &"~i.IY flY OY 11 *TL7 i.0 1 9 : G) .4ho 1' 1Sj.o *All i r1'4i,'tlt nlverlI -enient1e to h~e 1I/l/ I.N .4,1/ I':.v'/:. it .imry Nut iu.i nttd TIribuici $1.01) re, i'utre. Flanged by Acaidenlt. ( t: .lheecke, i l'itttelior at 31) Stall oil treet. ceideiitallly hanitged himn es and theIt n l.)al)lO Mallnnr, IN theC (len~ti, it.- 1140lied1( by the police, lire ts; follows :(4tts;ki w~as ILOcr 11,111, l~out twnt years3 VUV of an andttit fond of pracWti(cal jokeoi. le hadIL iting; i pleastant 111110 on New i's~", Day. About 8.15 o'clock last f eve1img there wasi consiclor:tblo dlis c 't1*:iot~l inl the store oif Mr.. Nekko S "' 'ib itt11 th veitltn of the t~uW r e - ';t gi' ; c)11 I oco'ul er 17th. (hi:;ki 5 Iho lwonulcrcd how they felt w heni they wore hiiurel and went ,. ititt the ito uuwliO anid el0o.1 the dor. lie found it short1 piece, of all1tope not, over thre...

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. — 19 January 1876

FAIRFIELD HER'ALD " JAQ. 5.11 -NvOLJ)s, Edittor. Wtns a o nn . "in ny ,19.Greek Ex~m nation. "1 We have received from Prof. W. htit fGenilacru lar annoning a ('AminptitiV e x ttinination on theo Glreek hignitge, to b)0 held( at the ab)ove namedl 'city on the 20th of November next. It will be remembel~redl that Prof.i Vhit.sitt prVojected it Siilar ex :lItliiiaZtionk last year, whicht NWO1 ill :till reHIlw(Lt. a grL't.ifyiihlgo ti I ie-c uragecdlby the good reran!:; of ,of tht begiinning, hie ha~s 1ee"i"1 :1 to add niow feittiircs fend offl.r ad 'ditiouia] indiiceiuii nt', Ita. sft;4 ,:id( in largo numibers maly be' he-I ;o I iio G reenv~ilic wvho Isivro t'Ilnclm oh'l lent teir aidi, hie sow oller; thi cu PrizeAs-ohno of twenty- live, 0110 of fifteen, and it third of ten dliir to the Coltentants who sasll sftandl respctively first4, secondl and third in the examnination. The e"oiltest is (,ironi to aill persons1 ill Siouthi Carolina, 111]101 twenity-one yo:ar~ of tig( 11)011 theo cla...

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. — 19 January 1876

LOCAL iT1EM S pf- An D1 mark '8h a subscribor's aper denotes tlhat -fib subscription has expired. W O\wiH lib'glad to have all do Inquont subscribers settle past dues and ay up for auother year. There are a ood many persons whom we have been ndulging fora ldh'g thne. Aswo undergo heavy expense and are compelled to mae e cAnU FAYatENTS fif material and labor, wt; not afl'ord to i'uit longer for our just ses. On the FtIST OF JANUAJY NEXT We ,ropose to erasotlXo names of all delin uent subscribers 'f'om our bdoks, how vor we may regrst it, The NnWa 'dnly; ,.our dollars, and otJhia HEA, thrdb dollars. '<' a year. Pay up y ilr subsripti6. NOTICE. There will be no cbango ih the businesu managmendit of the Nats and Hl an.n. Individnal tind partnership claims will be pibsentOd to W. H1. WVilliamns. POsT OrrIcs Houns.-- TlUb jostv office will be oilen daily (Siudays excepted) from % X. M.' , 12 M. and from 2 to 'b 'li N. Northern and On ,horn %d'iiil 'clddo at 7 P. M. preciseiy. *f Nil db...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 January 1876

FAIRFIELD HERALD Itd'iihitil :vary Weduei 7 ait iP'l.,1~.,!8 gig .n. T' I,,'. {(. t " t'l- one- ytnnc. - 5 :l 00 ,"t . - - - 12 (it) 0) .k.1 D' ir.ector'y of' Fairfield County. *ix ,Y -l.'MoHse Mart in. J.l.Ii '-""",* .Joel Coi~ev. 54 t . li nll --iterilir. U'.i. i;iowiie_-erk of the ('otirt. .1 IN,-i) --.lodgce of Probmise. 1Y'. It l',niku -Couinty A udit or. t:~ \I. N el I--Casoualy I'r-'euurer. Y .l I *r- lt'4--"01")(1 (,o,nisisi'tr, It . F. 't iii i-Juiry~ (Uot nmis:ii ii -i. t'""., V 5'ItMiiiSlOYtcis-Jsit. It. HIarveoy, vs:. a .I 1),l. Ca~urtr ical y. I' . N c )i,t':u "-. U. S. Coinmuissiionier, q.i~~ .If. S. c, boar, 1). 11. Kis-hutnd. Ii tt '. tue r.W --A. MI. dit ..sy, 1V It \I,.5.1l, I. IV,. Clasa A i , Iii uatnncs It ilke , . I '. W ;li:n Ih ta 1ak IW ' 'I: It') (A'i O'AI, BANK or 'tieru1 I' t.1. i '. APTIIOintZFOcAs', rAL ?200,000t r un t- $75.(P0. * . It eltr lnoig, Pridtilent. 4''-..". If. 11.lialittcer, Vice. P'restidenit. > .t'( It. C;lowney, Cashiler. TI K lliot, ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 January 1876

VO. VOL. XLI y~ rmwiiNNBORO, S.-C.,. WEDNES"DA*Y MORNING JANUAR 617.). THE P1 It PI 1 I L II E R1I D I$ PtlIli.IsIftIC) WKEKt t3 ' I W I L L A M S & A VI . 7.t'ms.-The IIRU.4, U It piblisIled Week y in fhe Town of Winnsboro, at $3&0 n tariablyh in advance. VEP All Iransient adlvortlsomteins to lie l': }I) IN Al) VA NCM. Oituary Notius and. Tiibute $1.m,' per i Munre. Theino \Vrtthl ih schools. There is a great deal of just com plaint nowadays tll:Lt childron in public and privat( schools are craiimmed with facis, wiithout ain order or sequetoe, and cortainly withoutf ally attempt to dveol) the reasoninig powers of their brains. They aro rc(quired to bolt each day aL ceortail number of rules, graipmarnnti cal or mnathomuaticll; or of the smiues of rivers in Asia or Lhie population of towns in Yc:d.an. As for aily practical bearing which thetso odd, facts can have on their dcily life they know nothing of it. When, on the contrary, they are set to write' "themes" or "coupositio...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 January 1876

-FAIRFIELD HERALD e c" . ti I R l1I&dmy P1orning, 'Jftnuiry 26t 1876, Uongressinn Wallace1 IRinoy and; Smaliil vot (1 against the anesty bill recently defeated in cotigreii.1 Mr. E. W. 'AL Mackey did himself; c. edit by voting in its favor. Hiogel ----4bsent Iloge's Obancos. '1.1 o gorr3-maindoring scheme by i~'1icii 'l~icland coitiy Was tacked 'o(il to tiro third coligro~lshlhal dis-' I iet, :i~hsliltely 'to conic to n1au 1t. 'ThIe ininorial preset C(Il by Col. Will. If. 'Priescott sots forth fvry 'tloarri' the( fact {that the district is 'Wiif, t-)vl'0ly made i11)--1LItichi1t&l c')ltilt.y beihig at least twenty-five 'hles distant from any county really )hadtter is now boo' a 't.orhmlit'eo of the iouiso of r(3ptO5ObtdtiveK, - ihdt a re'l)bl't 1*oiy' he e4)ectodl 'very 'soon. 'Aatlo' if id y doubt is entoi taincd of the uinseating of H~ogo. 'In such cat~o, there wihl'hth to 'be hold a 1ieweletioi, foi llkchland cannot be ';wrunit.ted tb go lii."i~jrbfofitod. It ' as :it (1n1...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 January 1876

LOCAL ITEMS p 04- An p4 mark on at snbscriber'i3. paper denotes that his subseriptionthias expirod. We will be'glad to have all de linuquent subHcriber8 ottle past due0 and pay up for anbthor year. Thoro Are a good many pervons whom we have been mndulging for a long time. -AK we undel go1 heavy Ur; 1nso and areo Vomclrelied to mnake cAsu r. nupwrs for muaterial and labor, "we' cannot ifford to wait longer for our jiiet (ues1K. Oi the FlitsT OF /'ANV.ItIY NiXT WO proposo to erase the.. names f all dolin qluent sulbsoribersi from our .Books, how ever we iu.y regri-t it. Thie Nxws is only four dollars, and the HenFRu.u, three cdolbars JA your. Pay upl you~r suabscriptions;. NOTICE. Thro will be no change in the business maiagemlion t of the N1ews- and I I4:n.u.u. Individual anid patrtniersiip claims will lo 1)resentud to W. IT. W~dhiamsh. PoH-r OFF'ICE" HoUnts.-Thlo p)ost office will be open daily (Sundays e xceiptcd) from 9 A. M., to 12 M. and from 2 to 5 P. M. Northein and Southern m...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 January 1876

AIRFIELD HERALD runblishedl Every W~otedsay at WIAVN'SBJOO, . C, W7LLII.AJS ' .T) VIS. --0 7'lRl MS--IN A D VANCR. DO*;n Copy one year, - - $ 3 00 i ve . -. .. - - - 1' 00 en n *. " . - 26 0 Il(ich mond Ad vertisomuts. Talbott .m Sons. Sihockoc ilathinio Works, listosi 'VA. . * ANItPACTUREItS of Steam Engines . a sd :tlikolers, Agricultural Engines, ('ircnua Saw Mills, Grist, .Bark and Plas1 it"r Mills. Shafting, llangers and Pulleys. I MI'IrRI:D TIJItIIINE WATER WIlEELS. 'out t) Wir. E- rra: nsI}r.. Hf P Lni p. Ettenger & Edmond, 11ItrMonDtw VA. 71 XNOI'AC'UREtRS of Porthblo and ., . tationary Engines and hollers of al kinds, (ircilar Saw M ills, 'riat Mills, Mill ( etring, Shlafting, Tidleys &c. .tAi.Iii.\N 'rUitBIN. wATER wHinISa. ;anit'rola's Special SteamlnpRM Send for Catalogue. C. F. WATSON. Fiirtitttre Works and Lumber Mills, RIrMoND VA. . 0T1'AG ' redsteads, Chamber and Parlor Furnittre, Lounges, Chairs .e. Mltauticturer of Walnut and Cheaper hard -woods, n1o soft p...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 2 February 1876

I - M* - VOL. XLi WINNSBORO S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNNG, FEBRUARY 287 THE 1s Puth~tM~ *FEKIAr tY W I L A A VI T7erns.-The iR iAR.4 it )ubliahed Week y In the Town of WishAd ", At #A.00 n eriably in adtiuct, 0P-5 All trandsin )dterieemietnte to be 'Anf IN A1)V..kC t'. O',itutary Notiou And THibuttu $h10 per t quareu PRUOISLA'k V4 NoeDiok e. JMaiiary t4. A bill to amlid ah ad 64r the re demption of Ni itii lands was ordered to be enrolld.. The bill amoithlig at act entitled "An act regulating the manner of payment of adi dlainis against the several cotantiws of the state," was amohded by the additioh of the fol lowing t "That it thall be the duty of the Board of Coduty Coniission: era, immediately after the adjoidrnt ment of a ternof the circuit courtin -y county of the state, to hold a ment: g for the purpose of exaininiiig, ap ving and allowing the .juryy wit' a and coik.table tickets of such in of court ill mikvIh niaihier as reinbefore provided." Passed. Jvoint rendidtion relative to ...

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