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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 2 February 1876

FJTWPIELD HERALD JNO. S. miE1NOLDS, 1F1tor, trdnesday Morning, February 2, 1876 On ir o-, b i. ligpf >toaegis, laturc, Whipper aroso to a "ques. tion 0>tiiilo ' delivered a inost ingrac fl haranguo upon the sujoect of his ogvn honorable solf and Governor bhiamberlain. As a speciiuen of vulgar. Utttpora tion, nmalicioun abuse and rioiged o1position to all' tl principlcs of deconcy, the spd l1isyIinoot Nith out a parallol. e. doolaroes that. he 'hill, tale his soat in any event that'lie 'Will b provented from so doing obly liy ''c1aatt.. l> 4r has don11 himself great luJiiy And his oppolouts greAt bonefit, by his mnouthy effort in the legislature. Capt. W. B. Stanley of ColumbiaI has been roquosted by a number of citizcins, witfiout distinction of race or. party, to become a candidato for the iiiyorally at the c'inflg elootion, aJd han 'expressed his Willingness to serve if ho be elected. Nothing could bo'bottor for the ontiiio corin niiity it Co1imbia than tho ' lo6 tion of ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 2 February 1876

" ice.' a i w" J .iJ.A7.:40 7. y.'+k. i ..". -ri" ""--_ w +'-.I J w I .C )C, A L I'I'E.NiS, rt"_cr All mark on t Kubse fiber's lather denotes t)tut lt1K aub<uriptidit 11n'+ oxpircd. We \vil1 he gin(1 to have all dcc liudlluilt sull;rriltl$ acttlo p1l.4 (toes nttd pay nl for on++01vi. ye;u'. 'L'hero tutu it good malty persons wfioi;t \\'(1 lut\'o bean 1u.lul iu ;fur;. lust; tlu t. As wu wide; rt;o 1uuav1' eslc("n$c and Iwo ct utl'.tll(d to utctke CASH 1'.AYM l:N'rs for material oath Libor, \vfJ Cannot nl"urd to wait' 1o11rc"r r( 1 rik. mt dues. On tilt i iRsr tt"' .1.1\t".\o Nt:fi"1' wt" ln"oloa to c ras" tilt nunts ul' lilt (ltli - tlncnt tinl ,rrihc'r:t from our hooks, how ('\"rt" \t"11 ltay rcgt-t t it. ''Ito Nt":1v" is oily four llulhir:e, noel t:;u lit;it. i.i).'Iiii"ou'ciolfttrt; ti r -ar. Ycty ill) yo-.i1 Fuhstri1)tiotU4. N OT *11' U") '1'llero will 1111 :;u ('ii:'.ilgtl 1:l the l111;111C';-'; it :tis;t + Illl:itU: t'1;l) l\lit\'tinillll Ift:=;',l.u. i ii'iLvi 1".1:'1 1tli:...

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. — 2 February 1876

FAIRFIELD HERALD rPbliehov y daesda7 at BC 'RAIei-N AD VAXOE. 'Ono Copy one year, - $ RIoo! : ve '"1 '' " l - 2 00 '4" 4 " - 25 60 An nidfiet N=ssionary. Satiir lay morning, a Bandy-haired .yotfgi: mnt, sit feet three inches .high, and looking almost like a walkini shadow, called at the Cen tral Statie-n, and after solemnly blowing his nose, he romarked: "This is an awful wjoked town." '"Well, there are some wicked peo gple here," replied the captain. "Vic'e andl malice iwalk hand i hau] ng1( and down every stre't and nnerti, ' continued the estranger, as lie dioulekid U) ad'eat'down. "\Vell, I'm sorry," replied the eaptaim. "I wish everybody would lhe good nougah to melt away and Idiisolvo in a blaze of glory." "lint the wicked shall borebuked" said the. stranger, as ho put his foot down, "and the minions of satan Ishal he put to flight." "I1 want it ticket to that entertain ment when it comes off," smiled the c'ap biin. "I have , alked far' to nleet .atai and conquer," replied t-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. — 9 February 1876

+ C" TOL XI,1 WINNSCBORO S.C WEDNNSDAY MORNING; FEBRUARY 9, 1876. TH9 1F11!IILDIIE11iII) it 1 tlnt.1-111:l) It"t:);:;i[.1' rf! !v it 1, I[.F.t .MK&01) Avnt: 7er"ms. ---The /6 'RA L 1) i' published Week Y in Ilie'I'o"xn of Vitu,"'h.,i"o, 1L )93.010 t .IUrt,(ti( / fK (ldV 11)r(. . a:< " .lll Irtllw , ,It wlrerliedmet .lri to be I 1 I n 1.1" .1 I) Fl .1"(,'1;. O "itu:,ry .''u(i"!Os null "1'1"ibn:e $1.00 [ er AM, [Ailv(:rtictt"ntettt. ] TO TH I!'" PUBLIC. Tho following c'()rrot;l)tntlelu'(\- i' "Y.ptthiinhell for the inf(,rafat"iun of tho public. .ft oN j)1lti1!:1 it,-41VAf. W. U. JORDAN, JA M i 1 D. Flt.t,:t 1:It. ?'IxN1lliO1co, .i. (l., Dec. 15, 1875. On yesterday you ofiurokl life au unwarranted in uIt, utilci ni od din r041)eetful ltfn ;uttno to mo. I i)1)\v clelt;tnd Ittl lap Olog,y for tho illilult, and it r( tra(,tion of tllo intitilt ing langliai 3. "Vc'ry i ( t:1)rttfttll ", Your oht!(ti(nit iterval'it; B. C;1.ucv1:T. J ...j. T. 1V. 11"uol"wAte,, 1\"ilan.hurO, ;a, 0. j '...

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. — 9 February 1876

Fplr IELD HE~RALD d M ' " i'" w,,., ; :1T iZ) .It '1 U.)S e~t * Thldnvxtay miuruling, Fburiiry _2, 18961I The] 10 at j 'p ri ittion by Coii grciss A; *a 1, il' **,nail-li a hidlf of dlollars in aid O (f ti.(,i ('"11fQ1IrlilLl expositioln, w~ill ' d. 1!lfl=,.,r gi fa&r towards mnaking it it 'ic"etss worthy of thec times and of ILIA lsceit.. people. Our only fear is thait t!i1 iw1fly thus H apI)rOl)rizitoLe wvill tom ;uixs facilities for 31111 birlex;s; 'Jobs"' ZIIIl -s)ocultiorls, andl 'tllt i ilt -mio ney1113 is till gonle, andl the 11111 ~ core' fo~r thec exposition to o11en, epoe will (Intl thit it, eoiitatiii mnany f"tt ires decidedly ' "81iioddcv." "11'x hop:; We aire tiititii. 'Bunt we )I I . eJoel Copes4, repjresen~tative froii I'tiiilcld, IntroduCOd it re~tit.. G ion Ili .thor hous4e, that Whipper's 8JIiie('i (P11 the A ihjU.~.t of girli ownl tahciiil to lilt) j'u1tc4 ih 1)0 Ox '1 iigod fromt Clio jorna of the Igoosel. After it v'ery wvarmu and noisy (elbito, t ho rosoltt...

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. — 9 February 1876

LOCAL [TEMS. $.0" An ri mnrk' on a sil.scribler's pape-r denotes that his stilbsoription has expired. We'u will be glad to hivo all do linqucnt stbsori1ers settlo l).t.diues all pay up for another year. Thpre" gre at good nmany persops w~ihtn wo htvo bleen induliging forta long'Ilime. A.m we uinder go heavy expense and are compelledV to .aei CAAsMiswrs for ialtoriNl unti labor, we cannot afford to waiit longer for our jist dun. Onl the Futwr Or I'Aud i-:.Xr we proposo to erase the nanw1s of ,l' del in cluent sitbsc&ibers from our Ioolis, how. '. ever we may regret it. The Ni-:ws is onlv fouar cdollars, and~ the inothree dollars a ye1ar. Piy up your sul)1wriptis; 1us. NOT'CI. Therm will be nlo chnn tin the lbliiis.aliltl ntgens1entof the Nx:ws nd H ml.a. Jidivilulal ntd pal biorShip ' t: + N clams will he prescrtt e .1 'o W. H. ' Williain. PNowlr O"we I [o'ns.- Tlio post oflieo will be open, daily (SliLheys excepted) from 9 A. M., to 12 M and from 2 to 5. *P M. 'Nortlio'rni and S...

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. — 9 February 1876

FAIRFIELD HERALD PublishaI Ivory Wodnoesdy t W1Y Lviv B Oo, 1. C., By MIL L.M iL S 4' .1V71S'. 'NN.1IS--,N WILAV. NOR. -Pno Copy one year, - - '," 0) i ve " "' - ' 1200o tl n " '" "' - .25 So THIRTY QUALS.. Tno Font of L3ating Them in as Many Daysi Accomnlalished by Two Partiousin LouluvillE. From the (ourior-Jonial. A little more than a month sin0co -thorc al)pe:red an artielo, which wvenit the romlbds of the city pre's, tot!.ing forth statonients to provo the impossibility of an al)pirCntly very sin'ple and feoasiblo accompi~l ishi nmmit. .Tie proposition was that no man .Was capablo of oatiung thirty rllptill.il as many days, allowing that lic eat only one quail a day, the bird to be rooced In any .manorl that ho might dcsiro. Among the inHtances cited to prove that such a ibling; had nlever hoon done .wore fil nimerous vain atteompti tin ELiiglmand, France and America. Tho most striking caso was-that of a man -in Cloveland, Ohio, ,who boaistod a Htollch liko that of an ox (or, a...

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. — 16 February 1876

TVOL. XI. WINNSBORO, S. C.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 16,1876. - ~ -_ ___ __ ___ ____ ___ ___ ___ ____ ___ ___ ___ ____ ___ ___ ___ _3 6 Mfr{c,. ? T h E F111iF1ELD III It11L I); )i 1'1:111.1ti111" \t'!":VKI.Y {l l' ILIi,1A1f11s,,iD,1,I'Ia. ?:rms.--Thu iIRJ .1 F,!) ie it It hliaht:tlIV cc l:. y in II u'!'o""rn tll' 1t"init .1,11-0, at i. uariFilrl ill advance. t!rit" All (r!tntien( tltlv(r(l-ements to be F,I I P IN A 1) V."1 A'('/,'. O "i(ttary Nulit:u:1 un,1 Trihllle' $;.OU per i tluure. Ll Gr' LA''[V''; P:'3 * i Mt)ll(luy, February 7. The bill to incorporate the " Orttlhgcbin"g 'fill h i11Lce railroad company W;18 ;(J f.j all UCt and ratified. Jo:,se Siniti, of Nowber 1-y, ill l'orlnc(1 the K(.11:110 01,11 I,:' htitl collected *2,277.t3f) last, 'oar I'r t"hc relief of t' i(lo'\ s and orl7htu7E; of l)('1 -Sons killed l)e('iall.-w of their polii:ht':tl opinions, 111)(1 t it:t.t lie had it h:.!tlnM Oil hand of 83:3 79. N tsfl, to who'.n w as ) fel'rct1 the bill to allf.llorizo the 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. — 16 February 1876

1R"FIAFELD' HERALD d InndIiiay Morning, Februoay i, =18g7 The o'vent decision of the state supremo -court, h' whdch it is hold tlut -t rii I justices havo exclusive jim isdiction in all 'cases of petit I1atrce'Uy, is calculatedito accomplish much good. Ever sintoo 1868, the iocketH of the soveral dircuit courts 'have been encumbered vt I insig iiitictilI criminal cases which shOuld1 -havv no placeo there. Tho trial of such cases in a higher court defoats the very.purpose for which inferior -courts are instituted--that of-roliov -ing the former of business of an un .impoIrtant nature, and at tjo same .tin.immatrially diminising the cost 'intitrrel, by the stato or by private -partie, in the disposal of such mat -ters. 'The decision is backed by a ,vu)y stionig Opilion by the chief jis ,tice, anul both the associates concur We may hereafter look for greatly itr'.onHl expedition in' tho traismi tiotn of bnuinoss h1 tho dircuit courts. Chicago and Saint Louis at'o al roaly puttiug forwa...

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. — 16 February 1876

pfI-An 1# mark on a Bubsoriber's h ;lpcr denotes that his subscrij)tion has expired. We will be glad to ha'"o all de lnquent subscribers settle past dues and pay up for another yhi.,. Thorn' nre a , 0good many porsons whom we havp been indulging for a long time. As we undergo heavy expense and. lreue ..ulua le d to make CASE PAYMNOTH for h)itvrial v il labor, we cannot afford to wait l(.Ioger for our just dues. On the Fii'T IF JANUARY NExT We propos ' to erasO the nates ot all delin queu subsribers frot tar books, how ever we nay regret if: The 1s4 is only four dollars, sanl the ILEu 1, t.lJo dollars a year. Pay up, youtr.msiysripteus. NOTICE. There will be no clmaftro IN the buisniness magemont of the Niis and iiR AD.1). Indiv:idual and paitnerslhip ; claims will be prosenhted to W. H. Williams. Powr OFFI w R Ioum.--The post oflice will be open daily (Sundays excepted) from 9 -A. M., to 12 M. and from 2 to 5 P. M. Northern and Southern mail close at 7 P. M. 2precisely. M'iY M:dl do...

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. — 16 February 1876

FAIRFIELD HERALD Pitblishel Every Wediesday at WINN8B3OR O, S. C, BY W~I'LLL/LtMS J .Dvi P7i3. 0 TIRMS-IN AD VANO9. iae Copy one y as., . - $ 300 lee " .' - - - 1200 en ' " " - 2660 091eiaM Directory of Fairfield County. PmYA rod.--Mosces Marbin. nKeII w'I:N'rATIVI --Joseph Thompson ohn Uihaen. Joel Copes. A i. Itaff--,eriff. ,.n't. it. lownoy-.-Clerk of the ('court. J...). Neil--.Pldge of Probate. W. It 1'eake--Cou-nty Auditor. W. NI.. Nelson---Countty Treasurer. N. J (irawfordi--iohool Commissioner. R. F. Marin -Jury (nommissiower. envrr "o0M ssroNRRs--Ja. R. Harvey, cury Jacob-, Cart'er Bealy. li N. oIbear--- U. 8. Cominissioner, 'sranrn< tiner.o-S. B. Clowne;-, J, Q. Davit, 11. N. Obear, D. B. Kirkland. 7RnlAI, JUsTCR--A. M. Mackey, W. R Marshall, .*ames Aiken, Clarence Rabb, 11. J. F. W. Coleman, Thomas Walker, Br. fra S. Scoit, T. It. tobortson. WNS8H'"tO NATIONAL DANKI Or SOUTH "AnOiLIWA. AUTIUORIZIUCAPITAL $200,000 W. It. Itobertseon, President. Geo. Ii. ScMaster, Vice. 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. — 23 February 1876

V- { t V S VOL. XI WINNSBIORO, S. C.. WEDNESDAY MORNINQ, FEBRUA RY 23,1876. ii .fNO. 37 FAIRFIELD HERALD Publsbod Every Wednesday at W*INNS) Oie O, S. C., e BY fWIL LIiMS <' PA P"18. TMRJS-IN AD VANCR. One Copy one year, - $ 3 00 Iv, . t . . - 12 0 en " " '. - - 25 &0 LEGISLATIVE PROcIdEDINOS. Monday, February 1.1. The senate was not in session. HOUSH OF REPRESENTATIVEj. It. M. Smiith moved that the flag on the state house be placed at half mast. in respect to the memory of Revordy Johnson. Adopted, Rice introduced a bill to limit and fix the tax costs of attorliys and so licitors at law. Barnwell introduoed a bill to pro vidO for the redemption of the bills of the president and directors of the Bank of the State. The house proceeded to the con sideration of the general orders. A bill to regulate the rate of in torest and to prevent usury, being the unfinished business of February 11, was rosumed and made the special order for Feb. 15, at 2 r. ii. A bill to authorize the land...

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. — 23 February 1876

-ws . "t. " I WXU1V8NO1IO. ne$C a 1o n February ti. .i:I . exjoyopth digial circuit anm aboub toje oreft of two ,very ,ja. portaut adtjun eta. 8olicitor leuimig was, on tho'15th indt1oiii thedcort of generil wesehe for" RikliIad count , 'coniged of .c enxCeut.ops whil' si 41; d4isplirgo pry hie oficial ";ties. This offende is punishable with fue : ad imprisot3ni iet, aftid w rks a frfoittrO b 6 'ff49& Ju e (1ypntgorppr o Qi i ip a. bad way,- All the. proiminavyl ar rangeanents have been made for his impdhahmd1itland If hht w' hA is true, his charia nrp co .ticdly - oi. His doffing of -the judicial gown would causo no re rot w4itoypr except, poriahh to cir co of thq o9ses fan#ily. The MN0o a o'ourer, Iopi than .tlhe : i }peach mnqt ;J udge, Montgomery. Mosbs pis without a parallel' in- south CArohna. -The only ' ge efer iubd U 'a 6deit,of whQ vas tried. aP 4$ We A4 temperance. ,{ ? oe raa: a arUTof ability fand' itogrity, and wAsdis placed solely from the factiTiot' was punable t...

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. — 23 February 1876

pay up for another year. '1hero aro a ood miany porsOns wvhoim wo have boonj indulging for a long true. Aw o unAdergol heavy 011)01180 and are coU)ejled to uaho CASH1 1'AYMkN'rs for niaterial and labor, we cannot al'ord to wait loniger for our j ut, 416se On the il1sT o F JANUAfR NEXT we > pro)oO to erano th.e names of all dclin qu.ent uboribers from our books, how ever we may regret it. The Nsws is only four dollars, and .the Ugiiuim, tlirco lollara a year. 'ay up your shbscriptious. NOTICE. Thore will be no change in the bulsiness.mflana'gee1dn tof thIEb' NF vs and, HInnAr.ux. Individual andu 1)artnership] :claims will be P1ontod to W n. Vilutlhyh.' POST Oerie: Ilotci.-Tho pp4t oflice will bo o1)01) d:ily (Snuihdays oxcepto ) from 9 A. I., to 12 M. aid from 2 to 5 P. 1I. Northern and ioutherni mat close at 7 .. . precisoly. JO Mail. delivored on 1mudays from 9 to 9:30 A. 1i. onl' . ' AlitoAO $lti UNE.t--x110 trains ,on C. C. & A. R. R. now leave Winnsboro as follows: Going ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 23 February 1876

AP . kha T xfWa oO 0 . .li'' trnLe.JL'2zdv.Afteuset.xu, s o 1 qu n Gj ui " , - -1,. WI n I the Aes AI~syDihey~ Y lBohe TOWE o1 WiuaVnoh .,d:,4&0@ o ,' N' sr 'rq',,, th It k , 11. tilhr toe thaen an femnt6 41andi QbIL tatv NboL4oeq andL 'Tribta'41,OO Of csu andbar in the Jr&dga (?ouri~rl Rebi H. Wetwortl thou, oeio of the eCi itstidg6 ~ppoiitpd uncelr or,t1e i iEseokr Cowen,, then an temiineanb and spuoceses u1 mnember of the 'Bar ,dga bzy ,WA$apbin, tCiroud , 4ge up one of those ejectmnent suits that - hterthe J d ilr lsb inuo : a i During tho trial a witness by the name of Wood was called by one d the parties. g p1, d m but gave hit "s1 ul precision 't r 6I a withal he was an admirab preserved old ifial. RJn Coen, ck with the mangri pers 6 Ifb e0 of this wit ab 2 tot e At . , n't'b6n yo* t am soventy-sevenynars old". y4 b 0 good and quito regular. I have a ways boon temperate, have never indulged in the use of intoxicating drink, and I realy; think that 1 should not know th...

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 March 1876

VOL. XL] WINNSBORO, S. C.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 1,1876- [NO.. 3 Ii THE =l''1 ~ E 0 1 iI - 'J*1 t Ii a ll1is I) i ' KI.Y BY W I L L IA M S & A V IS. 7+rmns.--The A/ /I 1/) it pubtished Week y in t-he 'l wln o' Winnu bost-o, aOt $.00 } ti arrbrly ains at/ance. OW,"All 1 rtIn ent : irt1!oi menL t,'o be -1' -1 I)I !.[n Ir-l'/ V.) N . n0441i1ia1,ry Nuii -e 41a1d Tribute's $1..001 peIr 14111u1 . -LEGISLATIVE t4%OCEEDINGS. Wednesdnv, Februn '23. sKNA'r. The business before this body was the trial of Judge Montgomery Mloses, upon the following charges : 1. That he obstructed, hindered and delatyeCd the execution of the law in Spartanlurg county in 1874. by refusing to allow the grand jury to make a presentlent concerning the official misconduct of certain public ofioErs. 2. That, at various times and laces, ie corruptly demanded money from litigants in paymenlt- for decisio)ns sin cases heard before him. ;self. 3. That he eorruptly denmandd and received, from oflieers of the rourt, ...

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 March 1876

FA I iW " tiJNO. S. I NOLD1S, Editor, 1Veihirsdny __Mnrniuer. 'ln~ch .1, 187%. Thei inipe .cluneit of Jildg. MIont gonloery hosec omIs illnicely. A better chanceC( to staly in Coluimbia. the legislat ive (W()llilltH wouli ,scarcely desire. The close of "tlu The exeen live ('4 )1mni4.e of thc (1emlocrati 10 1fl1y ' oii ouli Carolili 11218 dcetiittd to Ihave ft sta4te coi Y4Jltiol f the( first Thlurshlhny in Mi next at 'Columbhlia. Grant must feel inbstutely re. Tier~ed. Babcockc was ReClj1t~tM. TIh( verdict seems1. to 'have l.)CC'tic(~ . M. (3x1)Ct.Ctl. Al ethos i (V. theO g('ei'ii headt seciuci to haIve rntkrr aNel Ilabldoek~s mol~r guilt the~re aI~ yet, variety of opint. A 'iitriial. t t the mjority of 'the (jury in ,favor of cronictioti, would have been a ffvb }reflex of public Fi(1tiuliont as ox p 1ressedl by 1 !nling'w etspaj i%~ V ithi -out regard to 1)011tics,. Saint LJis 1.8 halftlf) The (4Xec( t ivO cOllll1itLt(41 Of tie. illtILI dem~focra~tic pairty have (10 te.fllillecd up...

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 March 1876

P.sv Or iei. 1-uLo s. 'The post '911cc will bet oIPoiI daily (ilIday9 'Q1( )tedi) from 9 A. DL; {to 12 }1I. ariid fr'omi 2 to 5 P. M. Ncorthdrn 6dl~ Sonitiheri mail (.100at6~' p P1rciely. 1[ #*Mail delivered O i 1llldaiiys fr'ccu 1 to 9::3( A. AT. only. Cm tt C. C. & A, A:1. It. 110w leave S ,N\ ilis1Or( is follows (4oiXll irc'rtli . 1..)t. in. Going 8uiittl 1".5, a in ,co md to tyt il on ,ioi tl, 11.:3, a. in. Goiiig scoutlh, 12.12. Th(?t, i rains mecet t~t Wilms hirtreid "ir i1 Enginie Comrpany-, ('o)Uld 1q(.tlupoal iii the Jpresdut issueo. It will bce pt l)U ledl ilx All the OC "Silir ac'rabigcniclits ivItem ~if ('C)ihtlh'str1iiLt',(k for the tccilniiiiint. rilcil ball ciC'jZ)cSgi~ o 0ho given by tho' "Vnli~ III(U O1'i the second~ of \.arch. 'The icIflhir jpr~orfisei> to be Trhe Chaitlc? Wi4., r('(:r spefks of tlce .-Seizure of A/b(it l)i~tiljerics.' We siiiiicose byv thait it meanlis that ll the vueiiuVi t1c1 avi ti.\yicig to f 1V ii(c iielV fr'si~i I h , \\ hi..lkev Wien...

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 March 1876

FAIRFIELD H.RALD Publisled Every Wednesday at WLVNSBJOR O, S. C, BY WILL LMfS 4' DAVIS. 0_ T RR MS-IX AD I'A NCR. One Copy one year, - 3 00 ive " " " -*- - 1200 en " " " 250 Omeitan Lirec'.ory of Fairfield . ounty. lveATeI--Moses Mlartin. anrUSsuNrATiVtd-Joseph Thompsen John Gihet'n. Joel Copes. M. W. Rlf-:t'1eriti, ' 7'I. It. Clowney--Clerk of the ('our. J. J. Neil-Judge of Probate. W. I1 Peako--County Auditor. W. M. Nelsn----County Treaunrer. i. J. Crawfordl-4ohool Comn,iasioner. R. F. Martin-Jury Conmissioner. (O-INTY Ot1MIs.ION~lt-JaU. K. Harvey, en,"y Jacob, Carter lleaty. II. N. Oboar- U. S. Commissioner. (OTA Rr A PtiBE~tte-S. R1. Clonsed, J, ,. Davie, H. N. Obear, I), BI. Kirkland. TRIAL JtiSrtcs-A. M. Mackey, W. R Marshall, ,amo Aiken, Clar ence Rabb, W. J. F. W. Coleinan, Thomas Walker, )r. Ira S. Scoit, T. It. Rotbertson. WIKYSUIRo NATIONAL BANK OP 80tr eAnOLINA. At'TrioittZKnvsArITAL $200,000 PAID o1r $75,000. W. R. Robertson, President. (eo. II. lu1hlaater, Vice. l'resi...

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 March 1876

VOL.WINNSORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY MORNING MARCH 8,1876. [NO. 38 THE FAI IRI I E l IIEIAl I1 D la P it1 R D w KKLY 13Y ,V W L La t A l I A I) A V I S. 7-rms.-lhe IIgRAit) it published Wedk y in I le Town of Winnsboro, st. $3OO r. .ariably ib Odraftcr. uf All trinni-nt nalvertisenetus to be !'-4i/l IN .-ilIV..cIN. Onine~try Notices and Ti'bntitres.U,0 per i quare. LEGISLATIVEt PRODSEDINOB, Monday, Felruary 28. Tho house notititd the senato of its refusal to concur in the lattor's amendments to the appropriation bill, and requested th appuontmlltlt of at committeo of t'ollforent(,n The committeo wars dailly appointed, Sundry claims wore pawsod.and orsierod to ho paid. Concurrent resolution (by Mr, Cochrtn) directing the diretctre of the state ponitentiary to mako con iraets for 1otming out the convict laor, wast passed and sent, to the - A conllI Ilientiol Was recOwv;d from .Judge J. P. Roed, of the first circuit, Upon the subject of a tusolu tion recently adopted by the honso, ordering an...

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