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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 February 1871

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors ] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literatur ITorms---$300 por Annum In Advauce VOL. VI.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDN1ESDAY MORNING, FEIBlU ARY 1, 1871. LNO. 33 T1 I I li FAIRfiELD HERALD boESPOR1TES & ILLIAMS, T'erns.-Tux IhmALI> 1s publihilied Weel in 01l0 'o'*ai of Winnssboro, at ba.00 in rareably in advance. Mr All transient advertMIMnetus to t hid ii advance. Obi nary Notices and Tribiues i 1.00 bc WiQare, rson Cain's Aivice to His Black Brelli reil, Whoever looks over the trophie of the Republicun party, as pre.sent ld thruigh thu men who have beci the financial philosophnrs of the Stat, may discover through the telescop ,of augmented taxation, the falsifisa tion ot the former pretensions of skil in Statecraft. They have given di rection to all the menstares of taxatibn and iepresci-ted those measures a adequato to inet the wants of thi stato, sind to place it far above th, necessity of saising the assessmni...

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 February 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD 9 C 1 c F.' ".S I . W il / D..1) M S in im ;11n : 11 , !a s 9l- I I hau l' li'.3' . ; 1 Z wi' ll Y . ite .s i e ii ri h ; g g r lot) :rlbd involv .uc te-raib IS gr va Iili* M u n 1i.ry. n ths r.. tfee it I .,e I.: ti " 11. I: I I igs have ogi lati Ied, feven iin war. lImthsuch hm too pro le't I n c c I o.t ( i at 11 he ti' 199 ii, :u l it i to b' a d thI t e h v J i n . u& y t~ i c' n.lI U i li I hi th'Iv re 1 gus oI th pr.n I% At. That11 I iei ~i. 11-1 ItI .. ( ..t. Vat~ 1 I ali ~ c . py1v arm hwell be1 k: r 1nt o i l!u: otr e-lIlit baormou t"o fg teir , an111: I'ihting 41 alco t (InI i (I( :.po % hr : tle d!rb 1 . U n1L of'1 t . vr.a na cl iu - of the iucth. Wui. i .h.:, hcave't h.-ai 1i nedc toey th 1i t h.l,. : hilip. Ibc nio .i- 9in 1o11. aIt il(la h i nl t i ']'ha h111ri c111 ',1 h i ui r i sn tt 11. thit fk.I if battle4, t:1hoghl " t hereo 1ut peli of cihl oni hthe liipot 1(. whr haoy Tll. I nt 1 1 1 .ii iecd uibe0, Nbe. r . A 1 t y h i I I h , tio pe...

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 February 1871

0:- Extra copies of the Nvws and HEnALD, can be obtained at this office 1 on the days of publication. Price 5 cents per copy. 0 ti Nev Advertisemtents. Carolina Notional Bank-W. D. Guliek. New Arrivals-Ketchin, MeMas tor & Brice. Jut leecived--D. It. Ffe'r'nikon. u Southern Life Insurance Company. -J II. Miller, Agent. Flint Hill Chapter No. 2, R. A. M. r meet on Monday, Gth of February. MasDic Meeting Thur.day evening Februiary 2d. s At White's Confectionery-G. A. I White. d Groceries-Woodnaard & Law. Juat Received - Bacot & Co. Taxes ! Taxos !-Johti W. Claike, j C.untt-y Trea.urer. Giocerie-John McIntyre & Co. Murdter Will Otil. It seems thaL a colored man by the I 'name of Powell, mysteriously dibap 'peared from Ridgeway, in this Coun- t ty, on the i'th of Deceber last, and aftterwa'rds it was hinted by par ties that he hbd Leen killed. Colonel S. M. Sunrt taking the matter in Land caused the arie., 'of Sp0r off ian, Muckra Vandross and Sandy A Thu'niio, all of wh...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 February 1871

At! A ful Dlalh. nu1 1An4 IN A .NMw !A.u11 --A N 11 -. 11 PIA4 II. CAu' . It I .'s .i ,i ON-i;- 1;r AN AV \4..\4 AlIl:. W illiam44 J1: li:fui a ll -tN o her, .lh :L i v -11 ii , h-ft Ib sl a Fa. ,n the o I nl in. o4 f h. I -h in t. 4.1 th i n:il 1*for4 I Vt 'a1 .4 , it wiso eof th'; inc,l tP riny da, s Vn r 'ioiwnt n I 1,4 4o ' liin:;. ThJ; left th Id le "I tiw ba .r e .r 4 l9 c i o t h i n , : id li 41. 1 p. rogr4 aI ver.o; f l.! h! . 1 (t b ir Ja n y1.0n ?line 41. tell , l 4 i - , pa -v the M4 ne :4,rinJil 'l i n4 t4he Iraid4 of 13 .11 iromia nin, tvW n aIlI of I Ib ve tin we, ; :1 "os Alo comjing with till w vI h... it.,l i ghtenin ., i n myV ih ;(k s w it ad' . :,e e au-1 . had .i n a few wn b. fOr,! h"AkW at S<4 w\ I I .eh :It. i i liot if-ed th e tiine u1 b4 -b u~u .1 . 1ekin( kL. As d itno I ~ny h 1i-, 4*.i il, g d-.4' he tiin.14 h id s nov v4ho4 doi Ih l h , exc laiming ' Oh. God lA ! O) ,, riris ! This u:i th ilt e ver seen of ordiny-iv.Thecy wei e'tar. ] iI.ted the nie,...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 February 1871

++ Desportes & Williams, PrOprietoreiI A Famnily Pappi,', Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literaue Trs-$ 0prAnm nAvne VOL '-VI.] WINNSBO(4), S. C.., AVEIDINE,7I)Y MOR)NINL EBLAY817.[N.3 FAIRFIELD HERALD i8 'Uti.,Si~ wlm i R.Y IIY *3ESPORT'ES & ILIA MS, Permsq. --Tui p I Iit.% 1.n 1 is pituli hed Week, i, thle To, of winnsboro, at 93.0 in arcabl in advance. y All tranisient advertisemntis to b aid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tribtited $1.00 pe square. Interesting Fatit in General Lee's iA tory. The A tianta (Csa ) Index bririg:< ns report of an add reis delivered recent ly i i Georgia by General ['endleton *h. was Chief of Artillery undeo General Loe, and since the oonclusizi 6f the war his paStor and intiiate t, tend. We give some extracts WilY 11E DID NOT EAIUIF.iR WITVIDitAM FROM PET.nanU110 has been naked I To. ty knowledge ho was perfectly aware, long before April, 1865, of thti necesity for such Oithd in w.l. and h id fully re-olved upon it. Svera...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 February 1871

THE FAIRFIELD IIERALD IS .N*A , '.I CI., T'lEd.'.. Il' / jijrscia. (,n, r)py onl, y,-a. 1.. .3 0 Dr V " '' '' - - 2 00 First Fursof ithei' Salion-- lmr fr n 'The l:,2a1ers of' I)ublic (.piin.iu ill D1_ ar havA1 e1,L been01 feniu ftil of da;.ger to the liation evt r "aco the qpen ing of the Pru-siin war with lc T b'ay d'-ded th at a1 seriout3, pub11liC C. i. si.. ttould iso ii, th, ie b .i y CA' their countiy tie aid the eIn of the grcat ibtiu-g'e butween th ir powAoIu e Dabladet of C, pnhagen gav) expiAoi to thi-k "entina-t of appre L.eCtin lat.v, ink the lth!:mwing words: Wi(h tIh, fev giraiteeti that tie actual A i t 1'ion o f E irope 10 1.ffer1 enoamtes mI fy rio on All siidles ; thle witAU mute a tt to work to- org.izel' a d folle i- 1111 a wavuiy fix to lim ef. featuail g:inst all c.iie ,. al ut if 1)(!Ie.':nark Ahould pre-a upy herself aganbm a spiMAl- Unemy, thesea is ps. iU (d ly ( IY s) to whom the'e canl b.1 :u1on1a d that is PrIu-Sia or the Conh-deiration of Noith Germa' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 February 1871

Extra copies of the 1wian HunAr.v can be obtained at this offic on th days of puliltoation. Price cents per oopy. Winnsboro Cotton Market. Sales for the past week 254 bale Prices 10 to 13J. Latest adviat seem to indicate a orop of at lea Four Millions of bales. Receip continue to ieercareo and prices d( elining in the northern markets. Int. Zion IiMa ute. Yesterday, the openin g Besion the Mt. Z-on *ntitute, began undi the most favorable 'auspices. T Princal's hopes are bu..y..nt for ti future. This institution is now anmong ti irst in the State. It. reputmfl o tapidly increasing, and ere long, v inagine and hope that it will be ti leading irtsitution of the Stat Long may it live and flurish. NewoAdvertem lenents. Read the advertisement heade Auction, and remember that it will 1 on the seventh of Febrdary, instant Corn:, &a., at D..R. Flenniken's. Fresh Arrivals-F. 141der. Grooeries-Baoot & Co. Hides WrVnted-O. R. Thompso.. Gtfueries-R J. McCarley. A Supiposed MuRrderer. A n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 February 1871

A Jot'ii \iestern Uralor. Ir. se 1 11 -pres't-t tives Fri w'-,o K."-u -ky ebar11m- I - '. a st"'ech tii t I Ss 1 iho S,. Croix and 4; K --itt1 -hy, ?4:-i:1 if r le t, di -g ard tle n 4.q. -f his I 'C i , 1an )l I ts ill, 0's it - eo~tbnf . f t s pr 'p- i y f w. ~i le li dI .-e tileagre Iv. ,.lil t . 0 tO i t ti:10 li ever leasi of the St. Crsix rker he had .hva. ftlt that a railro.d from that ragii g fl od to the Ati - 'eeuanl was n-o the to . P. of the c ou iIrY, If i It !()r the i.0- Ituily of re plb - i- itutios 'iLaughter I I it 10 0 1i hium11o.o1s unne -- 'thle debAte When id during his all side 1' .*It * ' .id 'ft ...I PI V. 1 b 4% ir of laugh. te. NV th . asy hopatinted te ior.v. he ind, pinelaids, aind the absol u 0 neie sits for construo. ting the road to the St. Croix river al i pic tired lthe fr afIJC cols!4leilences i. ly to aii " n h l I the bill fail. We would h eve all the horrorb of so. cesbion in- the reconstruction meat ures zai'n;ti upon us, %i-h the 17h, 18h and ...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 February 1871

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., WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15, 1871. [NO. 35 T II lei FAIRFIELD HERALD ii rUni.isi) wEKI.v nY DES1ORT'l'ES & WILLIA MS, Termns.-TuR If RA.D is publishel Week Inl the Town or Winnsbor, at 63.00 in fahrably in .adv'nce. Mir All transient advertisenietis to be tld in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per Airs. W1111b118h's llbveige. A STOnY OF THREE GENEnATIONs. ]h EAX tIAPTEnS.-CH APTER I. Poor M1rs. Marrables ! S) young, too-only six-atd-thiaty, and very little the worso for wear. A widow with the bloom of youth htill upon her cheels, (spiteful people, wii aged faster, went so fur as to say Mrs. blarrables's bluom was like the manna of the I.,raelite --"new everymorning" but this was malice.) flaxen hair, gray blue eyes ; a smallasoned womau vIhi a dowy skin, nudl a figure, just plunp and no mo...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 February 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Publishe.d Every wedne.sly at TVINASBOR, . DESP~OwR iS & WILLIAMS. 7I'lE.J1S-JN A) VANCE. ue Copy one year, - $ 3 00 -ve " " - 12 60 Totn ""1 25 (0 A Case of let Ireuki.ti: Lp Nuildnly -- Drsperate Efforts lo reetie itruliyzed Alen--Seveli Ilours on a Frozen Island An(lI len fleseted w.en Almost Wusen sible. PovalnixErsi-:, Feb. 5.-All day es:crdaty tnd tlie niiht prm iaus the wind 'e .v 0. hor i io t Itt all p ti 4 on the Hude 'M. c aming from the North and We't. TeL Moreury in thu thermomit-eor dri pped tie-, ani the cold increa ted in intetnsity hously. Ice g utherers at all rnivrters suffered greatly, :sd had it not been Saturday wirk would have beein abandoned. Bilt they are not the only toilers on the Ice on the Hudson ia the winter timue. They have comrades who f-l low a diffeient avocation-that of fibhing. It is estimated that over ono thousn.1 pIerso1ns gLi a liveli. hood on the r;ve-, in the winter time by fishing. Theirs is a laborious work. They ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 February 1871

'aOc~E. Ttex~aa. st< O:4- Extra copies of the Nhwe and fu HIxnALD can be obtained at this office tr on the days of publication. Price 5 P. cents per copy. lit 01- We ive junt received a large -and beautiful aasortment of bill and letter-head and other paper, eards, &c. Our metolhants and butineFs n0 men are invited to call and examine 1l for themselves and leave their orders tu for plain and fancy job printtog, V Winnuboro Cotton M~arket. t Sales for the past week 394 balesl. a an p icoa 10 to l3t. a LVw"'Advertisenuehnts- ult U. 8 Internal Revenue-J. L. col Watson, Rock Hill, S. C. Y< Bheritf Sales-L. W. Duvall, Sher- M tit .ii flcld County. Auction 1-1. N. Withers. Sh .Executor'd Nutice-8. N. True, Executor. It New Goods just Rteceived-13 F. tDavidson & Co. beatha of a Prominent Mer- Th clhnnt. Our community wassiocked yester. W -day morning, by the sad intelligence that Robert S. Ketchin had died at W half last eluven o'clock, on Tuesday Ai night, from an attack of'...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 February 1871

Money borrowe l is a fhae Veiled in ktindly soumai:.g; Money wnsted is a fl iend Lo--t bejand redenaiog. Hoarded, it is liko a guie't Won with ainxiolS seekiig 0 iving nothing for his board. Save the care of keeping. Spent in good, it leives a joy Tw ice its north behin: it : And who thus hath lo-.t it here. Shall here-aftei find it. Anotherr Proof thilt 4."llirder Will Out"-A filirdeirer Caltured After Cheting Jus tire Two Yenrs. Our readers will recall the details of a horr ible and unprovoked murd(Ir, which tranipired iear B.ighton ou the 18th of July, 1869. Tiho vi tim wITs Mrs. G.ottlied Oertle ; tle 1ur - derer a man aimed John Krueger. The circum.stances of the murder were so brutal and without p illiation that the gre to:st. excitenitt was oc casioned thereby. The efforts Iadle to capture the murderer were must thorough and perseverintag. Iands of armed citizens . earelhed the country for hin for weeks. State county, and private rewards, aggregating $000, were offered for hi...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 February 1871

Desportes Wiiams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$3.00 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. VI.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBR UARY 22, 1871. [NO. 36 THE rAIRFIELD HffERAtD IS rUnLiSICED WKKIEKY ST DESPORTES & WILLIAMS, Verms.-Tns I[7FRALD is published Week in the Town of Winnsboro, at $3.00 in Vareably in advance. $W All transient advertisements to be aid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. MY WIFE LUCY. To begin with-she was pretty. I don't know where to show you another just like her. She was well rounded in figure, with fair-face, golden hair and sft white hands. She had brown eyes, regular features, and mobile red lips. On a rainy day certain fine tresses of her shining hair would escape from the remainder and curl about her temples in little gold. tendril rings. Hler voice was quiet and me lodioui, and she wore violet dresses. This is as well as I can describ. her. And I am afraid...

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. — 22 February 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD P1ihbeAwd Every Weelnesday at WAIKNXSB;01? 0, S. (., DESPORTES & WILLIAMS. d -0o TEVIlS-JN AD VANCE. One Copy one year, - - $8 00 Pi'e '" " - 1260 ''en " '- " - - 2500 ile Iloldil ltnheaiflilll.( To-day Col George Williauism, t Dr. Yancey, and Wim. Yancey Jones of CasweIl County, all victims of Kok, were exanined as witnesses. They all corroborated the previous testinonjy about the barbarity jof Kirk and his tnen. lion. Josiah Turnet, editor of the Sent inci, was also examained, and quite a tcene took plice. Tuiner, when asked It% regard to the truh of Iol denl allegations concerning him in his (I lullcli') answer to the articles of impeachment, replied that they were f alse as nulice could make them. lolden rose nervously and looked as if lie Was going to rpeak, but took his meat without doing anything. On being nskvd by rospondent's counsel w lat were the relations between him ild respondent, ho replied i "Luchi as cnial exist between a good and a bad man....

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 February 1871

___O.~anl Ite:i2m.. O- Mr. A. F. Gooding will re veive a fine lot of young mules this morning. 11. L. A. Isalk, Augusta, Ga. We beg to call the attention of our readers to advertisement of hir. H. L. A. Balk, of Augusta, a large wholesale and retail dealer, in Dry 0oods, Boots, Shoes, &o., at prices as low as beforo the war. See cards for further information. Now Advertiaesnents. Lumber for Sale-Thomas Ander. son. Notice to Conttaters-W. 11. Peake. Citation-W. M Nelson, Judge of trobate. Just Veteived 4 lut of very fine 10ats, at D. R. Flenniken's. $25 Reward-Rob Sterling. See the large advertisement of hIenry T. Hembold's in another col. bmn of to-days issue. See advertisement of B. F. David. ton & Co. Sheriff Sales-L. W. Duvall, Sher. iff Fairfield County. beato Ma.A.W. orehaniko. Scarcely has the sod fallen upon the coffia of one good citizen before we are called upon to shroblle the death of another. Mr. Buchanan died of phneumonia, at the tesidence ot Mr. A. F. Gooding,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 February 1871

Married in Fun. Fr tioe litme past there has been h : nee ill this city a sart of so. - a elih, eioposed of' 3oung la dies aol geit 1l',~e, and furiued for L utin i~~ti.ni of their histrionic I " e, aid t , priepare theimsolves for 1a life of I , usefuln"ss upon the drainiitio stege. as well as for social oiQ0)% 11641n1t. The r'OUm1s in which they i.ssacre Slakespeare and tear DuIas to pieces are situated on Stato Au Cut, in thu heart of tho business nti.n thereof and the usual voundii dont to high tragedy emiinating .nrai have no douit often at . , ii lie ttention of the passer-by. li tliso rooms, the sotiee of so many nMock representations, beheld some thiing, a few evenings since, far differ ent frot ant)hing befioo enacted u;i:iin their witls-no less than a ceaiiifdy inl real lii'e. ):i that. cer-itain evening the mom Is oIf' t Ie vcl ub had assembled as usual, but. ill conliation of it being the holieh iy sea- i, a mnotion to ilipense with the dr matic exeises, and be take tien...

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 1871

- -7 Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Ant, Inquiry, Industry and Ltrature. [Terms---$300 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. VI.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 1,1871. [NO7 T Ill 10 FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 PLInbI8HIICD WE4KL.Y BlY 1bESPORTES & WILLAN1YM, Terms..-Tin rIIsA) .- is published Week in the Town of Winnsboro, at 63.00 in -ttedbly int advance. j All (ransient advortisernents to b nid in advance. Obiluary Nottoes and Tributes $1.00 -pe 4quare. The Wayside Flower. She war a wayside Rower Of lowliest degree, But as I loved br tenderly, What mattered it to me I I saw that she was beautiful I knew that she was good In simpleness and truth, the type Of perfect womanhood. A farmer's daughter only Unlearned in fahion's lore C0ontented with her lot in life, 8he sighed for nothing more. ter voice was like an angel's So fresh, so rich, so young, The lark paused in Its upward flighl To listen as she sung. Benator Frank Blair's Fir-t Rpeec...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 March 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD delo Published Every Wednesday at BY theja )ESNPOkTES & WILLIAMS. nine -_o- Steve TE R.IS- IN AD V A NCE. shot t ne Copy one year. - - 3 00 day F " . - 1260 y Tena 25 10 tas T he hn Kluix 1i0an, Th-e u with i ORIO4 AND .1ms OF TIlE MYSTKRIOUs strACt ORO.NI ZATiON -TII IL A L FEELING for til A5ON* ' ri. ijrori.E or UrlERSOUTI Th lAR')LINA-A JIIili.Y INTIESTING Klux 1.ETTER FROM tJioN diate To l/&, Ediior of the News 'o ta The mystery which burrounds the red ti movements of the Ku Klux-Klan, has Steve led the superstitious to regard them islatu ns spirits of the disemubodied, while was I tho ed scatod, beyond the field of path] oprritiun, have belie-:od tha whole to be story to be a myth. B it of their ex- nfor isteneo, as an organized body of liv. not o ing meu, we, who h ive seen thon, on- heVLef tectMia no doubt. Of their numbers at U 11a 1 ext ent, it is impossiblo to spok. presu There nust be one thousand in cireu a da) la mairch of Union. You have oa...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 March 1871

g:4Y. We have jtejAt4 7flatic and beautiful assorttnetp ' letter-head and' other aper erds &c. Our tuirfskahts ad aS d men are invited to call and,4imtnine for themselves and leaYO their,,ofders for plain and fancy jo6 prtiang. Winnsboro Cotton iarket. Prices doeellings .12i oni u to increase. Quotatl6ns toAday, L. M. 121. Lower grades 1o to 12 cents. New Advertimegesta. Cocoa Nut Cream and a lot of other fresh Candies, just received at H. V. Desporte. - Masonlo Meeting Thursday evetig, Mlarch 2d. Cotton Seed Meal-Columbia Oil Company. Five Hundred Bushels Cow Peas Wanted--H. L. Elliott & Co. Just Received-D. R. Flenniken. Notice-Geo. L. Hunter, Admr. Cotton Seed Meal on Consignment. -etohin-& Robertson. Boot talad Shoe Manutaetory. . Mr. S. M. Gilbert, an experienced, and therefore, a good shoemaker, offers his services:tn the citizens of Winns boro and vicinity. Those desirous of Boots and Shoes, can have a neat job done at Mr. S. M. Gilbert's. That "Little Church." In...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 March 1871

"Please, sir, wihl you buy my chost nuts I" "C hesniut ! No," returned Ialph Moore, looking entrulessly down on the upturned tuco, whoas large brown e-Ye, shadowed by tangle curls of flne h dir, were appealing s) pitiful 'y to his o) v. "What do [ want with che.s t nuts ?" "But, please, sir, buy 'em," plo ded the little one, ra :zsured by the rough kindoess of his tone. "Nobody seems to cire for them, and-and-" She f,,irly burst into tears, and Moore, who lad been en the point of bruhii"g carelesy past her, stopped instinctively. "Ate yuu very much in want of the InO1ney p "Indeed, sir, we are," sobbed the child, "1mther sont in out, and-" "Nay, little oue, don't cry in such a heart-brokeu way," said Ralph, im :othing down her hair with a care lews gentlenu-s. "I don't want your chrstnuts, but here's a quarter for you, if that will do you any good." 11o dii no, top to hear the delight. ed, incoherent thanks the child poured out through a rainbow of smiles and teara, but stri Jo on h...

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