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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 21 December 1870

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$300 per Annum, In Advance, VOL. VI.] WINNSBORO, S. C., W EDNESDAY MORNING, DECEHBE R 21, 1870. [NO. 27 PAIRFIELD IIERALD 1s rJ IlitSIf KI) WEI"KI.Y BY 'l)SPOTES& WILIA AMS. Termsx.-Tiux liFR~iArL is published Week in the Town o f Wilnnsbor-), at :3.00 in Vtreably in adiaonce. Ai& All transietnt advertisementi to be aid in advance. Obituary Notices ad TributeS $1.00 por hlquare. Neverl Push ia 1itanlceause IeI Going Down the Hill. In this sensation Century Good songm are very few, The words are little Cared for If the mu111sic is Only new. Now subjects are hard to find, But I've one left me still, IL's never push a man because3 Ml['s going down the hill. Then help one another boys, Should fortune on you shine, Remember when you give the mite, That poverty is no crime. Though little be theoffering boys Give it with a will, And never push a man because Ha...

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. — 21 December 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Publ ishel -very WCdeuiolay at W 'INIJI , S. C, BY DM POUtTES & WILLIAMS. 1'1134JIS-JA .11) VANCA. onio Copy oei yer, - - $ (il ive a o . 12 6' Ten " " - - 26 in Incivilized colntries the 10:intfc ture of p:iper in variousi artioluA ol clthnghc only bween the bulsiness4 of n vory wiar -p Al, but qnn~ harhaious p eople it it; an inda.-,itry that has been vithivated fr hindred., Of year. % i"h us the mIloIyniit still renatain in its ifiaoy, an.1 it, ha. tak. n us dony 3ies to inater thm difliculties attending its introduction. AL first', oneimonatrr conifined the:ir prod tiI-ion almio.-t. entirely tk collars enll's, trill. a iid imila m1ior articlei peraiinig t" the wardrnho. Preojuld ico haviig be-n i" a geut m m on es" r-m.', ('n-' iove .t - lended their arei of prinallOtioli to mhany iahrie of uiinivmal slo, bLt ri ej1iring greCtr t1 nth id plaili ty than the woru about the neck or arius. 'Th I gar. - 11 de. Iy this procees faINe to answer the reuiuire 1un)...

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. — 21 December 1870

= Advert'in eents. Sheriff Sales-L. W. Du'vall, Sher iff Fairfield. D.istriot. Eaxector's Final Notice-Thos. W Rabb, Sr., Executor. Vinegar Bitteis-ketchin, MeMas 'tor & Brico. Ho ! for Christnihs l-R. J. Mc. Carley. 'Kotchin & Rubertson, advertises good things for Christmas. )on', forget to go and see them. Admiinitrator',i Notico-J. A. Me Croroy, AM'hi'r. . itate Sitle-J. A. AlCrorey, Ad , niifist'rator. Florida S) rup - K~.tchin, M&le -ster Brice. Ylule for bale-Xpply to Ut. ). Ite 'Mor.srs. IBcot & Co. have received a largo assortment of Fancy G rdcerin. for tlie Ch'ristmas liolida s. Have You Heard the News ? -13. FPi. Davidson & Co. Citaion-W. M. Nelson, 'robate Judge. Messrs. Thom.pson, Woodward & Law, advert i.,os now arrivals of Goods. They are constantly receivir.g large additions to their stneks, and are of. fering them low for cash. 'OlarIstmiast. Monday, the 26th, will be observed as the general hlhiday, as Christmas comes on Sunlay. In consequet...

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. — 21 December 1870

Original. Ro1ligon. 'hn can look forth on the beautiful wotHl, to all its bright glory and grandeur unfurl ed. 1Oa the broad (a-,c of naturno on radiantly frir, Aul not see religion displiyed everywhere. Tie written on the s1iy. ind in every star, I bioues with a raditice, n, changes can mar, 'Tig spread out lilke laugrngA on the.broaJ ocein deep, And o'er its calm sutnuhiue no shad'ows can creer. 'It raises the spirlt from the region of earth fo e Ueavou above, to a nobler birth, It rspreads its sweet inflcuce forever around, 'III! the sol, 1ot too hrrheonil, itq r$euro hath found. 'fis a t'right shining light to the christian a lone rath, Whl~o the promise eternal of glory ho ha~th, 'tit teb conqueror of death and it lamp of the tomb, Which miakes that dark refuge unclouded by gloom. Oh. sad is the heart where rehgion hath fled, Or wkere 'tis o'er shadowed by feelings of dread, rearrul Indeed iA the travel r'e lot, Who enjoys life's blessings while the giver's forgot. Dt, sbouldat...

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. — 4 January 1871

101 Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature [Terms---$8 00 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. VL] WINNSBOIRO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4,1871. [NO.29 THE PAIRFIELD HERALD 14 PUBIM8hiSD WERKLY BY DESP'ORTES & WILLIAMS; Terms.-THie IfERAtd Is ihtlbl'hA Week in the Town of Winnsboro, at 63.00 in 'Vsreably in advance. AW All tratisidt &drertliAe'entS 1'o Vfe aid in advance. Obituary Notloes and Tributes $1.00 pei Isquare. CARIEfl'S AiIRS$ [Wows andnetvaldt WINNSBORO, S. d., E#C. 25, 1870. A merry good Christmas, 'TO patroni and friend3 'to each who his f vor And sympathy leuds. And while the bell rings out TIhoir silvery chimes, We'll sing you a ballad Rehearning in rhymes liow the NE4s and the HERALD By night atid by day, lIave chased the (311 Yenr, As he hasted away. Like him in the orbit Of toil we have kept, Whil.4t others have feasted, And frolicked, and slept. Now over, now under The waves of the se...

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. — 4 January 1871

Telf: FAJRIII) HEfPAL11 EM, ]p0 -z , x. I s 7'RRM.$S-hY Al) rAA'E. nne c~f on, :.7en'. - $ 3 01 Hiuzular !A~~t ~ an h1il, l1*. squawJ~ \'Vt- h'irii fi~t ro%,w i rce'o*f, 7 ~~itiJ 'c ro .S ~II(~t . e io Y. lit> hISO man m~d 11hirl eWd I~ l-I"til Vi 110"ei t1 1i t- I len d L a h In lic. i t-, I i ll it !.r, , tc I t :t d Plnu1 to ~rni~' the kPec i'j B 'cL(U~j, it tel. :1.' p1iuk.. I,, i ill tilt, X)p I.iV o r I;vhe n c j t l.a tPe' liii ua t 3 i.. I;i --- a I11 : t, It% tIill It :, l le'h tt1 1. "i? .i l" 1'. Ol k Wi.I.,; I,.,- ''. IAct Iil he 1ii ini t o, lcc I' ludt IOS Mufte g I 1 16 jcodclsl -1 i.1Ie It. I 1 11 e., lit 1,41 t i j t34 kii 111. Ve~til~ I 1 iti~~e. 3at ili4tie 11Wottu .1 VIIt1 i e iitlv' till t 4 ss~ I. ogck go thoro jt* 6(3 mert butrc W.HyAl a1 t" IT thuniideri I i1 t~ 1311111 Ill it old 1.llc 1 Iawli ',~ ItILA !I,' Ct0 gh. 0,. On thle day f in thuiv~B'iribi I! l p tti. of tbel 1l .11,1 1,1111l llf4Il it litti i cllIvae, ,t A I I 11 i1poa"fl o I~ ii'r beaiik.-~ 1...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 4 January 1871

QT- Extracopies of the NEws and HIniIALD cau be obtained at this offioc on the days of publication. Price 5 cents per copy. New Advertisenmentw. Money Wantod-Ketohin, MoMas or & Co. School for Young Ladies- \Mrs. C. Laddi. M.asonic meeting December the 5th. Notice-Clharlcs Timnms. Livery and Sale St tble-A. F. 'Gooding. Thiso wishing to purchase horses and mu!es, cnn rely upian our friend Mr. Clooding for good baigtins. Tle propriotors of the Ni.;w.i and IIEAL.D, devil and all, return their 1incero thanks to the author of the kXurriors Addroei for 1870. Our readers \vi11 bear in mind, 'therefore, thsit on Monday, 20th in. titant, the Cariier of the Npws and HaRatoI, UlI be round to see them, and will be pleased to receivO his an nual dues: S.) don't foet, rusmem ber that ho has served you well and long. Mes4rs*. IBacot & Co. Tho goutlemen of the above namied firm requests us partioularly to say to those who are iodebted to them for provisions, &o., to cone up iininb diat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 4 January 1871

The Novel.of the Age-An Old Tale Ever New. Theokeray obje said there was noth ing new under and including the sun King Bolomon made a timilar remark. A iiove liately publihebd illustrates the say ing, wboever orlgivated it. It is called by a variety of namos, and is familiar to every novel reader. The principal obaratera are our tirne-bonored young friends Cbarles and Angelina, foimerly Lubin and Chloo. once Corydon and Phillia alias Romeo and Juliet, aud son on to the remotest antiquity. Tboir principal speeohes are as fol low : /e.-"Adornblo creature I will you be mine ? T offer you my hand and heart, togetber with superior in. ducements for nooepting the same, coneisting of a brown stone front, an uinencumbcred real estate, and first. class sccurities. She.--Ohjaet of my afFcotions ! Your terma are er.tirely satisfactory to me. anr no doubt vi1 be equally 60 to umy pa, t, whom I beg leave to refor you " ( Ialng into his erms.) These are plagiartsms more or loss dilrect from the s...

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. — 11 January 1871

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors,] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, dnquiry, Industry and Literature. E1erm --s300 per Annum fn Advance VOL. VL] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANU LiR 11, 1871. (NN( 39 FAIRFIELD HERALD -. U: , PItn,ii D w.;1 lI ) NVE9K '.Y PY Dl ESPORTls & 1 I LL A 318, TermsM.--i )Zi 11IIA ;.n is pub11l ish ed Week - in the Town or Wibllhor, at 63.00 inl vareably ita advance. j3' All tratisielt adveutisenteits to 11o aid in advance. O bituary Notices and Tributes $1.()( per bq1usre. To Lula and Florence--Tfie luth:~j C04is, gweet bibei. what. laiguag2 C:Li C X)V0S.4, Fond admirations potoie What boatrt ca01 fail to oft careSs, Thy wihining charms oich hour ? Fair jula, 1e ca eIel r1 V meet, Thy mlattchlasa oye ol blue; Nono thy lising voicet enni grect, Anl I.-il o love thee too. For love, as boutmlless ntl as pure, Af gil-ls an intiltts sky, tn b ano ing, L:ems int to alltre, - With:n thy mrltin liless eyv. iay tihy heart forever he, Thus g...

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. — 11 January 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Publimbo Every wedkesdtaidy III WI~N IBORO, . ( DUSI]PORITES & WiLL I.1M8. TIE? VS 1) C.X on" Copy ono ear. . 3 I Vi v , . . 12 [rI Tenll . 26 00 A 1itdti Il Cnl oti~l'. A rArff1:R SEIS rll.Clil..iRlN iUVN rT) IN 11181oi-. iIl ai1n& N.AKU; A rije re sideic of Fmanmiilci llipma situat d oil .,ertion 14 ot (Itm te t itohi p of Trowbride., was c til y conM11sano' by firo "n the n1igIht 'A the 21ib1, wiih three elhsChibbeni--eim .boyan barely escaped u.t tiheir uLocr t.w1 childrenh. Mt fHelpman had worked haid Ill dlay and retire I Ani to o trly. I I i 'family r( on foIuwed', livviLg the rtov rV d hot aid weIjll filled. Ttie fire mtin vio caught, tho to . f rom the pipe, a thcro was no chimnailey, andos Mr. H. wa:1s , %aikened abo.t mid. Aigf',it by th e). rool Ia hinig in. The lilt: Lad then i'lockL d tsy tho pasmsago thiough the door, Iald be isimidiitel V firousel hia v ife, broke open a n indvw unid pulled her and two vhildren out, inorie of the m haivin...

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. — 11 January 1871

- Extra copies of the NAws and Ilpnai.i) can he obtained at this oflice on the days of publication. Price 5 cents per copy. New~ AdIverbiemenuts. A. 1'. Miller wants everyboly who oves hitm to e'.t!e up. -ce his adver isemnit. Copartneci ip- Wood waril & Law. Notice to the ludelted--Keth in & olbeIts-mi. Accident1. Ali ace idol en ir:e tthe f), i..ht train ,,n the ('h :Irl tte, CI)IImI! io anld A \uen t l -iirod, near -Piw IIumse kt ion Thlwn dv mon -,1y t0 d I re ing of n :ail The engip and N& Ws were thrown frun the track 'Ind hbadlly dlunaged. Tll consequ~ler of the' aiden ilt, t -reg.g l.r pi wAss- yer iain tanat 1.55 1. 31. did inot ar. r've until P1P. '.1. Ser0 al :rnall hou-s on the pbinta tionl of '11:j. T. W". Woona dner Sidg %a w e-Ore I;uIi.eI .'1 Tueda v hihth),..\ j. WoodI~v~I~ wardas a t - arned the ox: 't f 1 L . . C'ap'. . C. neazr 'I ogl.i viN', hla smv.al haes of' collo spt on fire en Tuwsdy mor'inig lat, but dhoeril th0 ii e i tiine to sawi th cottoni....

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. — 11 January 1871

Lellcr frian 1 r, Webl lt on Sabbath 81i0u!3. Piuor. Prk - B). l Sm: I havo I -- i o very V-b1 - .. -.interestin ,ioa .1 relr of the e"" hi at f the, N w Y., h : b ah r of Ass- -oo ia- .. :, ;i IA wit Iat pleAS .Ic And, i n ,v:. It in gratif ing, it) ;eat . !that , inl "a Miy where vice and inancht,0 y notl iiot wxi~h impi". ty,''" u few humblo Christians havo devo. ted their time nud energica to the cauFC of religion, and I forvently pray that your laors may bo crown - Od wi1h tut0eue;. Tho Sabbath B ehool is one of the great iistitultions.t of the day. It leads our y-ou1th in th path of truth aud morality, anid iiakes thin good nien and useul itiz nis. As a shhol of religioui insti iction, it is of incuti. mal.hlo value ; a., a civ il i.t;tutlion it is prieOless, and hias done 11101 e to pro eet vo our lib iti s thau grave states en110 and ar od soldiei.4. Let i, then Ie fos-tered and pre.,orved nu Ltil t ho end of tile ! I onco) d.feded a m1,1i charged with th e af'il cli of noi1...

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. — 18 January 1871

r ms Proprietore] A Family Paper, Devdted fd Science, Art, InquirV, industry and Literature. [Terms---$300 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. Vi.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAt MORNING, JANLA RY 18, 1871. [ inevitable. The night was the seve est of this winter, the spray fromh t streams falling in hail upon the ha dressed inmates of the hotel, ab th stood watching the means of egrf a frorn the buildlog, to ned5 if the ne; that rushed out was a b-other, siatt btisband, wife, ion or daughter, or :give a word of encouragement to sot + one poised between two horrible fort bf death, and powerless, exodpt to c out above the din below, "sAV ME I I AM b1URNiNO P io This boart-renderiig appeal rat out from more than fifty windows, at rang out only once. It is not know f positively that there were more tht r five actual victimus of the flames, bi the universal fear is. that this do, not approximate the numnber. Or short btour a nd the fire fiend had dot its worst. Its progress had been sta: ad, but tw...

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. — 18 January 1871

hIE F F!FD HLFALD I ' Il.. Io f;:.I I . t i- 11 low uo t p-ry thon ' N.c umn dK e ' ..i a lt-k, m 4 4 i 44in ic 1Iv (, -. ' ' . , to t oe a r- ent iln , it hai b n i m i etm t '' t' b 1.1 that l y V t n o :. i t 11) 11 va 4') : I I ;c t I d')t q) ilt'i. I 44 ho ftde hau; i Anerg Irw tn "auI ted wb.. you :44:4 h1 t ho -I ilh1rm 4 S I a .uur V': 1:0 brd b thn 4 tou h to pro~iv. th lijtI orrect h',u telt (Ih i i tipheaiS t'.hk. 1 d.1 1) 1.: how4' v1 c'rat a in-' t o , 4 li 1 I . me"v that 150 U! Wr14 t 1op inio.- W 14, bA t w-11 1.(, ha e a t v! e ( change d b,* th re't' 1. of r ot waVir, you1 :rev correct but .1 * .P 1. t"a to raly tinIt 4;4 do ot t;. I t :' ! I ." i . .,;) k4 tb 1 1 4n ) 1 1i f I beZ!, Id I ' I': i 1 v It11141 41'.. 4 i . a ell en il c I '.. Vi c U : 0 i n Cb i -ti. rc: c c-,. _. .. ' v :' .k h! I o"!" 11,w a 4 at11 th '. fatv. nl that 1 1) 0 1 % 1 lorev a 1. - .:' 10 1 mA ng 1 ho I <t~du b en ld ro th eo nt he : r 1 4' t, 4 a - 411 1 11i1 :11. in l the rno-" :.nd...

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. — 18 January 1871

Extra copies of the News and HERALD can be obtaineA at this of0e on the days of publication. Price 5 cents per copy. Nbw Adi oril, C -is. 1eoriff8Sals--Lt W. Duvall, Sher iff Fairfield County. No)tice to Creditors-S. B. Clow ney, U. C. P. and 0. S. Notice to Creditors-S. 13. Clow. ney, C. C. P. and G. S. Five Ilundi ed Dollars lleward-R.j K. Scott, Governor. Sile of Land-L. V. Duvli, Sher iff Fir field County. llolmeb' Xarly P olific-K-tjin & Just RcCeivCd-D. It. Flennlikt n. See the large advertisemnoht of Mr. .i'. Elder, our old friend. Whann's law Bone Superphos. phiate.-Clughorn, l.ri i'ng & Cc,, Charleston, S. C. B. F. Davidion & Co .. are selling out their large stock of Dey Goods, &c. See adveitisement. Generaln Wade' INanptohm. The Chester correspondenec of tho Verhville Ehqldrer contains the fol lowing paragr aph "The proposed soieme to ninke General Wade llampton .lPrcsident of the Charlotte, Colutibia and A ugusta tailroad, at the tiext Inectiig of tire bt...

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. — 18 January 1871

A z00ry 1' MT10.t OIiKiL. Andrew Lee came houe from hiF shop, where le hAd iv irked all d.ay, tired aid out of spiritA ; o.&ne hm n to bi., wire, Vho waa als tired and out of spirits. "A. smil.n4 wifo a .I a heoerful homc --paradine it, would be," ni id A..ndrew to hinielf, na he turned hie eyes from the clouded face of Mrs. Leu inJ dt down with knitted brows and' moody haapoots. Nt a- wou i was a,, o kou by ei h:r. MNr. Leo vsai getti!a1 supper, and be mo-Od about with a weary step. "Come." said ahe at )ast, with a sido glance -at her husband. Andrew arose and went to the ta ble. He was tempted to speak a' angry word, but contrallod himsoli and kept eaileut. le could find n( fault with the chop, and home m ide broad, nor the fragrant tea. Tho would have cheered hla inward man if there had been a gleum of wanshin< on the faea of bia wif. H o tioe she did -uot eat "A4re you not wall Mary P" These wo rds were on bis lips but he did not.uttcr *h!m, for tb< face of hin wife lo...

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. — 25 January 1871

l"opz i.1m e~ a a z m Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Indtstry and Litorature, H'*m---8300 >er Annm In Advance. VOL. VI.] WINNSBORO, S. C.., WEDNESDAY M "lN IN GAN LAUY 25, 7!. N. T EI E, FAIRFIELD HER ALD Is PnLIS'l nwASe:E W K.Y IY IESPOICS & WILU4IAMS, Terns.-Tu it nAJ.I ih puablished Week in the ''own of Vinnasboroo, at @3.00 in. Morea.by ins advance. Ef- All transient, advertisent(s to bc Tild in advance. Obituary Notices and Tribuits 01.00 per tiquare. A Coimunicatioll. We publish the following commu. liicati-)n verbatim, ad liter atim, ad punctuatuna. January 10th, 1871. To the JAditor of the Union : Wanted to no if it is expected that a School Coiumissioner with a County omabrooing over 75 Seventy five Schools and over 12 Twelve hundred Children going to School and with about Six Hundred Dollars Worth of Books shall i keep the Books at his bone, with his family whether lie had room for therm or not-and the Scho...

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. — 25 January 1871

TrHE FAIRFIELD HERALD l'u111ished. Evnery Wedinesdlay lit W . M\4\i ()h 9i, 8. C., Is1 kh SPI ItTE''IM & W' ILLIA.1Mt. TERMS-I1N A IANCR. <new l'ji y one year, -i- $ : n "" - - 12 6 T1)("'1"1- - 25) lr.;ishill li' 'roceed iiip. inal DA V, .1 I Ia v 1I Ith, 187l. E N A T I. The Senate assemiled it, 12 M., the Prusident inl the cliair. uorbinl, froml the c-,mmllittee -0o1 thle utlii:iry repurted the following : A b1ll to ew Iuand extelil an aet to proide a Iuode by which to per petuCte testiniony in relt iion to deeds, will., hosees in action, and other pa pers destroyei or lost during the ic telit, war. '['III follouirg u% tire ordel-ed for con .By Ilaycs, a hiil to p-rovide for electioni by the Ieople i of'uConty auil ditors and count.o y asurcis, iy Wliiiumore, a bill to repeal 3an act entit.Itou l "An act, to provide for the appoinitimeint of a hid co mis siner, hld to deline his powes and du tLieus. " Iy Leslie, a bill to coinpel county treasurers to receive county ehoeks ...

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. — 25 January 1871

C j- Extra copies of the NEws and 11URALD can be obtained at this office on the days of publication. Price 5 cents per copy. New~ Advetseaents. Change of Schedule on the C. 0. & A. I. R.-J. M. Selkirk, Sup't. Read the positive notice of H. IV. I 8esportCs. -jNotice to Creditors-S. B. Clow. ny, C. U. P. Ordi'nwee1 -G. Hl.MeasrI, tenidait. Etlwan Gsanmos. We have heard most favoiable coiienlta u pont the vaIlue of tle iia bures kh'own 1%g 'itlwani Gaunoa, as lested during t'is last season. We too glad to notice a reduction in) price, whivh will extend their use. See ad (rumiibs. Tea faisici 8in Virginia united 1. telo statement, tl4t a, Crop of oats does nut tpiie atiything from the richness of OlWsoil. Plow doenr; remetuber that manure is.tie one great want in our system of fariniag. Save everything that will Inake it. Lactie acid assists the digestion of any food taken with it. Invalids should therefore drink buttermilk I freely at icals. Now is a good time to subscribe for the ...

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. — 25 January 1871

TitE SP-L-3 L OF A SONG. n HUTHilR ANSOM. IIndis ,ALGregor and Marga reI Che.,ter st)d together upon the t piazan of I lie sea.,I u cottate, Ieanting ovor the ligh t railioig, and idly watching tie play of the snoonbeatus under the the slIvery wave.4 beyond the beach. "What are the waves saying I' quoted Mi..s C(hester, with a light sigh. "Lanlis, don't, you over w i-,l you knew what they were saying " -1 do, very often," replied Me. GUregor ;."for they say Narious thinigI to mie, according to the mood I am in To-night they ate L-aying that our sweet sutimer is ended, and we imusi poa t to-mor01row." "But aftav 1sd ulsjl comes th< golden harvut," said margaret gently. "Yes." But Landis sighed as he spoke, and presently added. "Thi. has beci such a bright, sweet sum tmer ! I have a forobodiog that wt shall not suo its like again for wany a year, if ever." "Oh, fie ! You are either super stitions, or a victim of the blues,' sai Miss Chester. "Which is it I" "Tieo blues I Ielieve," ...

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