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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 16 November 1870

Desportf & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Papet, Devoted to Urnce, Art, YqMiy, dtMry and llitAfi [Tir- 38- per Annu n, In Advance. VOL. VI.] WINNSBORSO, O., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1870 0. 22 'i1 Ia I lI b h( - ARVFIELD HERALD is rUII.ISI(KD \Vi:.:KI.V Bv IESP'OfRlTES VILLIAM, Terms.-Tus H 1rt'tr. is published Wook In 4he Town of Wiiisboro, at 03.00 in Vlkreably in adran'ce. g& All trans?6et. advertisements to be balid li advan66. Obituary Noti'es and Tributes $1.00 per square the Ximnry of if6-peech of Ex-Preal dei hvis, INCID'DNT IN TIE T.FE OF THI 'EAT toi.'itat.4 Au immurnse munts-mnooting of sol di...ra 'e.'d sailors of the Cotnfederate t l'ate4 Whi ti held at Richmond on Thursday evening last, 3d inttant. Ex-President Duri1lptiaided, and the ietetirgwowa addj:.sd by ExGover, nor Wi., dn. dqorden, if Georgia, Gn. Johin S. Preston, 4 South U0amo. linau, and others. The 'ddress of the lattor it btgled "a nubter piece of t e00gnen'e-.)' The nrhnuond Dispatch o wa...

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 November 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD I'nttti'liheil I-'very We'diesliy at WiIN';8BUul, N. C, 1 0r K)1P1'RTE'FI & WILI.AMSI. 'A i > . 50 1"ive " '-. - t -i,5 Ten - - 26(00 e epia~aucie'.y, a . ida u4.auoia rlom ' wa to allhough n, one carvs to s.tirb it. Its ravages are giat a ind dmato'st: ifa:len ii bl. I i sa ps ra po ano iona poisons, dishionors and deflen Ih siqpjleft dor of thof' to :, esia bhi,'. characters. It plre-vilntit aeaf niaalr thw m1lest .aid gentleat, frnia' , anil i-4 -t'' eiird ever. w~here ill toci,-Ly. W~e fintd it . in our rooms, i:c r falt Is, III h al- aes of th opiatlnt . a t i ho clt rael of ie poor. It las tio taft t llas 64-111A at 111or4 figilrea 61 p'peh -a: very word --it Is compA4t) >f bt ofne Ihrsq nd i. is clled IhM-y . Ni:. "4IOta Y011 lnow anch an oile-7 is -6hten askf I I, th p kIersonff I i inted Ioqt. !'No; but-thy say his mlaorals arae very -Adr ie lha ha4 straago ad vn It nre, Ias family are very uinhappy." "Aae on mire ?" "No, I don't kiaow iay. h~...

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 November 1870

New Advertisements. 'Tile of Land-John Meador, Ex. 'eeutor. !Salt Postyned-H. A.Gsillatid. 8 etriff Sales L. W. Duvall, Shor. iff Fairfield County. Sumnhion s for Relief-Jas. 11. tion, Plaintiff's Attorney. We invite the special attention of 'our planters to the card of Messrs, Aubrey & Co., of Baltimore, an old bestabfished and reliabli firm of that city. Mr. F. Elder udvertjies mo.e niew arrivals." This is his sve ia supply of goods. IIipomotto is quick sales ar.d ,small profi. The great secret of our friend 2Mr. Elder's sucoes4 is, that he ndvortises in his home papers. Gave tim a call. 7 We call attention to the ad. veortiae,)9ppt of t4e New York Melho -dil it haoter column. It is one of .the best relisious and (amily papers in the country. Court Week. 'The Court of General Scssions and lCommon Pleas for Fairfield, couvened -at this Ovee on Monday, his honor 4J.1194 14tlaud, PresidiNg. We are infornied that the Court will not be in Veession longer than two or three days -owi...

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 November 1870

PoetLrrr The Ballad of IRol inson Crusoe. Wheni- boy, at home, o'er the wide woild to ronin r Was n,y wish, though forbidden to do so. r So 1 packed tip my clothes, and I f illowed I my nose, c And so started.- poor Robinson Crusoe. Cho: flinkely, Kinkety. Kangnroo,a What was a poor little boy to do Who oti on the ocean wanted to.go, But h.s pa and his ma baid,-no, no, no. 1y fato -he 'was thrown on tin letadlun. knowt, Where the plau ais and cocoantits grow; so Into a cave, which seemed minoh like a t grave, Crept disconsolato 1obinnon C'nsoo. Ilinlkety, fo, o. A.parrot one dny chanced to 'drao it his way, And ho caught it-the story is trio--so %aily and nightly this little bird. sprightly, Would chatter with Robin-on Crusoe. liinkety, &c., &o. Then he made him a chair-'twas a diunmy affitair, For his workitig utensils weru few- so A table and chuttrn and a small erffee urtt Were a comfort to Robinson Crusoc. Iliikety, '&o, & ro. 'One dty hie went out-io was roimhig...

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 November 1870

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors. A Family Paper, Devoted to Scionce, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms----$300 per Aninn, In Advance. VOL. VI.] WINNSBORO, Si C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23,1870. [NO. 23 TMil FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 t~li~SH ImEKL.Y B1Y DESPORTES & W IL#JAMS, 1n1r. ---T 1 A .1) is Iitbli.41 ed week in the Town or Winisboro, at S3.oo in areubly ill advaice. i All transeit. arivertisements to be paid in aulvange. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per gequ are. A Ileautifil Tribute. The following beoutiful tribute to the noble Pero of the South. is from the pen of a fiir nithoress of our citys Oar entaders will peruse these linos with nournru TO TilE MEMORY OF GEN. R, E. LEE. nr 10111'r. Toll the ,leep. soll-mun knell, Amid a cmtantry's glooin, As mid Virginoi in her breast, Fold, tihe- great tieutrt fore'er at rest, Andl give:i her hero totub. Weep Sotithern Intd yeor loss, 0'0. city. riuoun lt aItI pt litn Far let the monrning liege peal on, For...

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 November 1870

HE FAIRFILD HERALD I'iublisied Every Wevdneesday at jTLAUViS iSB OR0 , S. C., it v n EnPOR Es & WXLLIAMS. 0 TlRJIS- IN A VA NCR. OI Copy one yesir, - $ 8 00 F.'e . - ' " . - 12 50 en " " " - - 'I lie Rabbitsin 00niell-Th1eir lmorl al Atiainl Ilie Livorce .aws of I ildlain, Tc mine ors of the Hebrew faith who havo met in conference at-N-w 'Vo k durlig the past weok como froi ; J parts or the Uni~ed Sttt-s. Thnt they renrokent. the progres-ive party of ,,a Ameraicn Jowsi is nimsirirt from iliir reI i' ion, to sT-ike out fron the lM [ 'br .v i ayer-book every lini. and w.o wh1ici might iply that the Od of 1.i eal is not te God entire huiniii ty, 1n*cm b io l t e emorial which ihoy hvye aiddreed te the deveror of In. d.i Ir ni a carntly~t recommein iidI ing a re IIn u of thV divorce IA .V4 of that Stato. V.tO'ughot. ti*je c00 nt urijes that th ta vs were* uhj"3et ed every alb,:re to be most. cruel er e,11i.11 it waS buit u r i that. thluy should ubstinate t. ail tih idcas aud practi...

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 November 1870

Ta~to i. Ttemna. nI New AdvertIsellnet.t, Sher-iff Sal-p,--L. WV. DutvMl, Sher. iif Fat iiehid County, I), nti ti y-Theo. P Chi,ein. Notice-0. B3,okkiight, S8up'nit.. Nuice--DI... Flennikens I Citat ion-.W. Al. Nolsoa, window Sh de Moulding, &c. Me-ut.,re & CO. Ext outor's Sale -Tlhos. W. Rabb, Exeouior. ' Just Received,-Ietehin & Robert. '1011. NotinCe iT. N. W. hers. Pay UP- ,on p i & Wmliwards G{iuaios -\Vile *x Oibb, & Co' titarle.!on1,S. C. Big Tbrnip. An extra large Turnip was I aid "n our table a few day :go, by Mr. 1'. . Fster. It nieasured eighteen itches in eireu-nferene , the Iargest we have setn this seasoi, for which we are under obiig itions. IlugePfiG . Mr. EJward Robertson presented us with six of the laigest Swoot Pota- 2 toes we have seen for a long time. ']The six weighed twouty and a quarter pounds. Thtec of them wei;ed twelve and a' half pouids. Mr. Rob ertson will aeopt thanks. NotIte to All. We o ppeal once more to our friends to comite Up ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 23 November 1870

An Indian Romncnrte. Thia i a thrilling uarrr.tive ,f a r.ob!', North Auerji-i: ndiann L" id also tire siiplo sto - j '. - mian'ti lov. And it i a touching illustration of the pow .r of p Ierna! aIfo ioAn. A4 weIll as a tale of bitter and torri lo revenge. It io also firt-olass in every respect and warranted to ketp one year in noy climate ; and it id a number of thinp, whionr I won't mentions be ca.-o I dI.n't want to tell tho anecdote bovjrt I get to it. For I ouce knew a luan who iioderto C to writo a preface to hIk book ; nand when he got througb, ho couldn't tell whether to makoea book of the prefacc, or -- preftoo of the bark, and' he lost bit; reason and became a traw.buired luntio trying to decido. 0 it in the prairie d.volt an Irnlian Chief naied Fiery No e, and Ficry Nor-, had a daugitor, over %%hose head sixteen Iudi .n bumuerd might have pati-ed. Now it will be necessary, you pereoire, that thia ooppor-colored compleated oung na:den should have a lover, in order to give ...

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. — 30 November 1870

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms----$300 per Annum, In Advance VOL. VI.- WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 30, 1870. [NO. 2 Lrgislative Proceedlings. \vEDNE-UAY, NvinR2:3, 1870t SENA'TE. The 'Senate met at 12 o'clock, and Was called to order by the President pro tem. Several newly-elected Senators ippeared at the President's desk pre ented their credontiali, and werd qtalified. A committee was appointed to act with acommittee of fite Iose and wait upon the newly-eIeted Governor and Lieutenant-Governor, and inquire when it would suit their convenicnuo to be inaugurated. On moti'n, the Sernte concurred In the reholition of the House to attend the inauguration of the Governor and Lieitenant-Governor, on Monday, at 1 o'l ek. On mootion, the Senate adjourned. HOUSE OF E ItECSI ENTAT'lV10S. The Ifonso was called to order by the Speiaker at 12 in. The Clork called the roll, and the Speaker ...

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. — 30 November 1870

THE FAIRFV'.D HERALD Pubisbed Every WvdOedey a% DES'OilT'iEs & ILLIA1i. h T its ix .-A1) 1 NCE. t one Copy one yenr, - - -S 800 I Five ' - 12 5 1) .E "j " " - 25 0f .-- .---- . '....-..t Agrit illrii l. .Al ou'thriid-r know the nustoim I thit 'to generally pre vails 111mor0111,4t C them of feuoing off a piocO of ground I in Iprip jic i. called ..the "cup. r pe1" and ;,whioh is. iuter,ded for the e tirAir1Wt'eh. In'that en the ows -at night, and it is intend. ed that their droppings shall fertij. izethe soil for. th e in,pnrtrnt drop of turnips ; becauo. conio nhat. will turnljloi m.t be had ! It w ill bo borno in mind tlit on h'und reds of farmem the applioation of cow manure is made in no other wa y. Well, why is a this I If it will melo good turnips it ' vill make good orn ; if it will en rich one piceo of gi oned it will egnal ly as well unothor. But the cattle are allowed to roani for wiies - as often in the wood che whero, and an often on other people'a land as that of thei...

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. — 30 November 1870

.' Lots of fine fresh Oranges at A. P. MILLER'5. New Advertseaucents. Oranges I Oranges ! -R. J. Mo. Carley's. Masonio miceting next Thursday night. Notico-McIntyre & Co. See the advertizemonts of Metssri. Ketchin, MeMaster & Brice. George A. Bowman, Agent, 237 King Street, Charleston, 8. C., dealer inl Carpeting, Oil Cluthj, Mtting, Rugg, Door Mdt, &e. IHN keops a tfirt-t olass store. Those wishing any. thing in hiiline ahould send him an order. Olr- M r. J alei 'T'. Jemi oil will please r'ceive our thaiiks for a moss of fine sweet potatoes. Whvn't they Said. Many of our plinaters h:tve taken a soletull oath that they wouid rather let their fields grow up in weeds, than to allow the pre.<ont la bor to wor k th'U, and vote against the interest of the White muan. Wo fl:ar this is all bo.sh. Smith ,wore that he wanted white labor, r.1d so did Jonas, andt so id Brown, and to-day, each or.o of' themt are'running after every negro they -oan find to wirk their lands next ye...

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. — 30 November 1870

tho Magic Rose and the Silken Ladder. iiY DiRs. in. ANDEaToN. "One-i upon a time," a:- the old legends.ay, thero wt,: two priaessoa yto o ftlhcr anid mother having died St th n tt the cite of their uncle, the k ing's brother who promntu i alIwa yi to love anmd protl 't. them. The peoI ple had idl ,iM'd the !nod king and his queen, and the entire nation viourned their ,death. What, then, was their sorrow, when a few months ufter it was announced, that the young princesses had both taken a dreadful forer, and di'ed oil the saie day I But their uncle, who was now hing,.had 4spread the report that ho inigh t' keep possecsion of the thYone. lie was assisted in his cruel -design by p, Genie, who ,mnt him two hateful dragons to place at the large entrance gaite of an old palace, where no stran gers ovor voutured to approach, and tlJ;o the poor prineessos were pining for their liberty with no attendants except a fcw black slaves who wer0 forbilden to address thom. And when from the lofty ap...

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. — 7 December 1870

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature [Terms--$300 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. VL,] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1870. [NO. 25 T I I.l'P FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUMblSHEn WEEKLY BtY buSPORTu'ES & WIALLIAIS, Termi.-Ti II EliAlbl) isi Imblishe.1 weel in the Town of Wiinisboro, at S3.09 il )areably in aidvanee. jajill All transient advertisementis to 11 1paid in 1alvatice. Obituary Notices ami Tribttes $1.00 pe Legislatlive P'rorcedintgs. MoNDAY, NovErmu i 28, 1870. SE N ATE. The Senato met at 12 o'clock The Clerk called the roll, anl thi President inounced a quorum pres ont and the Senate ready to procec< to burincss. Th House sent to the Senate r cot our ant resolution to appoint I con mi twe to investigate the affairs o the BII ti Ridge Railroad Company with power to send for persons an< papers. On mfotion of Nash, the resolutiot WaS refered to the Comimitte on Rail roads. The i esi...

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. — 7 December 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Publixb.t I Elery Wedniedaily at WIA'iV)lIORO, S. ., I I A1 Ill' I)EIORT'IJS & W UUIAI S. ---- 'li',I'R -N A IJ\VANCE. 1110 C(oy one yer, - - $ 3 o0 Feiv '' - - - 12 10 Tel 25111i) T111e Mc.ssiay of' ikc Guiernor. We pr utsell in other coht111us to-d ay the iaugural message of the Govorn or1 nild his reg ula n 1n111111 111 msstge. 13th are admir. able ill toilo anlid spirit. :und will m0111 mend themselves to the hearty approval of every fair-minided 1m in the State. lFairther logislation is, as we pro. dioted lasi, year, iecossary, to protoct. the initCrest, of the Stato in tU JhoS phate deposits. A tlroughi in vostigat ion of tle af frait of the Laid (',oil ili on l i re - connlillinded, anid we trust will be Made. TIe Govorior suggests no deliniiito phl. Whitever a nbuso exists uimt be corrected or tll) whole system abolish ed. An entire revision of the wholo 1ysteLin is d10111nded. 'l'he ren 'onsi bility Of' the W1l01e 0 should be 1laid Oil n mli an (I 1...

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. — 7 December 1870

0- Extra copies of the Nzwa and HUALD can be obtained at this office on the days of publication. Price 5 cents per copy. 04 A lot of old papers for sale at this oflice. Price seventy-five cents per hundred. WIIte's Ilakery. In anotlhr column of to-days i.sue will be found tlho card of Mr. G. A. White, a citizn wovrthy (f the sup. port of the citi.-tia of Wi .naiboro and its vicinity. Newi Advteis~eCamts. Mr. S. Wolfe drsiriou of changiig his busines is now offering Is ;naige stock of l)ry Goods at and below cost. Those wishinig bargains should give hien a cl. See his advert isemeit. Thoso indebted to 11. F. Davidson & Co., should be on the alert, and weigh carefully their strong appeal and "fork ovor what" you owe them. Masonic meeting to-night. Notice in Time-li. W. Dosportes. Just Received,lt. 1). Fiireikon. Crumtsbs. Tihe mountains, North and West of Wa!!nidi, were white with snow dur ing the whole of last week. There was also plenty of ice and very cold weather. The Nev Yo; ...

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. — 7 December 1870

The Cloth. '1t m eeple o t hile . riket Heall it iteclei r'-lit vait full, Diitt whteli ihley esil e itto mnake repais ltwa., rilab-edl lruiii ii found:stiol, Ol' coirie lhe minm whu did thejuob liu tort doilow :all n ihly lie buit inseivd, f Iaisomre tower, fron 'roi l . l ' .. V of A. Y. I e. Sutll hi. ti iie %hiAt re was "'I he Cloo;, whic IIIre't hi h lItt r . ofI'.!,'' iy pore'! " I nively e lutiU 'tai i afely bI u' 111 ..M. lIaly's sor tut ilow 'Ii ' up. :ll gn-aset- ai t Il ; , tich inig naildg a n well, waingq the Up, at nei hbu Ti :,y Che ' 1. 1 ' Iu v r ( il dlwy w II i r a ii f .er, I :i1 tir ill' g i ' w tr tn th ben pt, u .il KeeIM" & .\Ynie:\ vir. Ilhe "iv toier, h to e lar vee drunk Il.hIngl.' hiin li arl. lttave t, Fur oii 't l ial his letter ",'l," is leanine r u er .te shi-ill chtly ticlec , ye leI it t s ' t s i, I l or t, l'or " At.'y ' louki lbow fir n j k e IIup, tn renberoh Townl. F-ur in the "Tw." the peMollhin 10o si w fi all i ani ofwhaflod day, A il na...

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. — 14 December 1870

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. [Terms--.$300 per Annum, In Advance VOL. VL] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 1870. THE lI. FAIRFIELD HERALD .41 PUnLalSnKD wEKKL.Y BiY DESPORIEs & W ILII Ums, Termx.-Tus llaimi is publishel week in the Town of Winnsboro, at 93.00 in Vareabl in adelatner. a&- All transient advertisentents to ho aid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. Janot's Fortunte. -0 - 'And when I die I shall leave it to the one who will use it to the lies advantage," said Grandnia Leed, smiling from behind her spectacles to the young girls around her. 'Your fortune, grandm? What will it be I That old basket., with its horrid yarn and needles and the never ending work ? If so, you need not leave it with me. Janet will isi it to better advantage than I could.' 'Yes, L -ttie, 3 ou are right, .1n1.1 1 don't want it either. lei ! whit it fortune to be sure...

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. — 14 December 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD I 'iihi hea I Ev try we'Y4sinesday ft 11ESPORT & WV 1LIAM. ()1O CopIy 0110 yenr1a', - - 3 00 Five """ - - - 12 0 Tei " " " - - 2i500 'I h i tII ps1111. forl l. 01 mbd . 'The Charlestonl 1lipblicanl calls at Iconion to a imatter of' imiportance ho lany perisois, viz : fhe statupinug of dotutnti l issued without, stanps during anil ,ioce the war contrary to law. The dilliculties ill the way of' ge(tiing Snuh dometsl legally stamp.. ed have ein remioved lay a reelnt, bainge in the revanno laws, ami. the pena-lty for previous vonlconspliancev wit h tie lav has been redned. It is n1OW only donlblel-he amnoutit of1 tAmp111 dtity, but can le, in no cise less than live dollars. Thc (Colctor of inteirnal INovcaie hits plower to reiit his pn'tial. ty, when dfi ca ile is shown to hiin beflore August 1, 1871,or within, one year ater thi delacnient was i. snd As the molw valng of Any written in-. srntents depemiis upon their being drawn ipl atad issued in strict coipli a...

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. — 14 December 1870

O- Extra copios of the NEws and HERIALD can be obtained at this offie on the days of publication. Price 5 cents per copy. 0"- A lot of old papers for sale at this office. Price seventy-five cents per hundred. Selin Ojt'. Captain I. N. Withers, anticipa ting a removal to the country is now offering his large stock of Dry Goodr, lothing, Hardw ire, &c., to the citi apns of 'WVinisboro and its vicinity at oost. The Captuin is cetr.ainly in earnest and those winhing anything had better call nn hiin carly. Aiew.A4-Verie 1est1. 13.'. h avidson & c's advertis. Inents will be found all over th)c 2d and 3d pages. Sheriff Sales-L. W. Duvall, Sher iff Fairfield Distriot. Great bargains are offered at Ladd Wos,#,V.o. Co and see them. For Sale-J. P. Mateie. Store to Rent-Apply to 0. II. 2le1aster. Mineral Lands Wanted- Jno. Cum mins, Charleston. Land Sales-L W. Duvall. Oranges-Bacot & Co. Selling off At and Below Cost-F. Ulder. A Secret. We have been informed by one who ought to know...

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. — 14 December 1870

Legislatio Proceedings. MUNDAY, :isCEisnln 5, 1870. SENA T E The Senate met at 12 im . The I [ouse sent to the Senate a our rent resolution to appoint a joint cominttee to investigate the claims of public shool teachers. Referred to the Committee on Education. The following resolution was adopt ed : That the Clerk of the Senate be authorized to draw a pay certifioato for $3,000, on account of current printing work. Trihe following, introduced by Mcin tyro, was ordered for consideration to-morrow : That the Committee on Privileges and ilections be and they are heruby instructed to investigate and report at ani early day as to the right of 1). T. Corbin holding a seat in the Senate of the State of South Carolina. Arnim introduced the following resolution : That a committee of one from tile Senate, to be appointed by the President, and two from the House of Representatives, shall, im mediately after the adoption of this resolution proceed to examine the books and accounts of the State ...

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