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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 March 1871

Desportes & Williams, Proprieto i] A FaMily P&pof, Dovoted to Sdience, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. [rms-$.00 per AnnUm, In Adance. VOL. VI.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 8,1871. [NO. 8 TIlE PAlRPIELD HtRALD U9 rUJL1tKb WFKCLY 11Y D)ESPORTES & WILIA19l, Ternts;--Tukg HIPRALI) is published Week in the Tovai O'i Winnsboro, at #3.00 ine Otrea61y in adoannce. glif All transient advertisements to b hid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 pe [coMMI NIAEn.] Mr. Ecitor Provi'ded *ith a free ticket by Prosident Johnston of the (tha-rlottec Columbia and Augusta Railroad, and With certificate of appointment by tieneral Ilagood, of the State Agri cultural and Meubanical Society, your humble subscriber with two otlh. or Carolinians has.just returned from the city of Macon, whither he haid gone as delegate to the (oivention that wet there on the 22d instant. Georgia is a great State and Macon is Indeed inhabited by elover men and pretty women. It 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. — 8 March 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Published Every Wedneeddy at WINNVgs1.?oiw, S. c., BV DESPORTES & VILLIAMW _0 TERAIS-IN AD VANCE. no Copy one year, - - $ 8 00 ve oyrom the Cin.sinnati 8an. te 2d instanjt, the follow. ug: i'e hPtuv1~ary a Govefomit ncoll otp epoqf ygt horrible, dent i jslitev:ibi at 1 unchane:'s dis nAiry, pear 8edatnsvilb.; Tshe mnn - Aas uoe durinig the afternoon in a iwitiow-enbar jtbe tub, in which he ol lvori so ooiled -and . whith.. is fill. d 'almost.' conta-n'tly with hot wat'r. -I6itig need6d and not to ho y 'fbund, dearoh was 'mde for him about ..bo buildingj, and , messengers wore ;vsett to .8edamsville. A hat avui Alpoilytdihoovered floating.in the tub, Vand the-body was foutid'aoon after. :AibWse thought to have been in the -va~e l at last-two hours, and its con .ition after being exposd to the- no. ,.! jo of twater bested nearly to the boilirg point for thi. legIh-of time 64Iaau edaily be itnagined.' It iN a re, T idf to think that the death of the un. fortuna...

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. — 8 March 1871

0::- Extra copies of the NEWS ad 1 InALDo can be obtained at this ofl(ce. I on the days of publiation. Prie 5 a cents per copy. New Advertisemento. Election-L, Nif Withor, Clerk of Council. Not-, ,N. Withers, Clerk N Council. 1 Jy & Co. Fine Old Necotar Whidkey at II. t W:"DePsp'res. I .....---__ _ __ _ t 0 We print ie advertisement of the American' \Watch Co. in another column. In addition to the large as sortment of watches .mad6 bf thim Company, thlay desire to , gall special attention to the . Watch for railway engiueerp, cjp ilUAtrs and express Inea. Also their Boys' Watch, which 1s how firet placed on the market, and to which they,'dgsro to call the atten- 1 tion of Young Arnerica. I Winnaboro Cottq4a 1f Akst. Prices coutinue'to d~olite, the best tuotations of Carilin Cotton now tuoted at 13i in New York, equal to I IIto 11 Iii Winnsboro. Yet i we understand pricos are freely given J bf half a cent tiar these figures. L. M. 121. Stained 9 to 10. Bales for the week 168 bflo...

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. — 8 March 1871

Cauton to Flaiters. The attitude whiuh the mdat Pp erless uations of Ohristoodom Goo towards each, other, giVes Just rea! for glooiy apprcheniiion. We hi litl conldence, in the speedy teri utation of the war between Prance v Germany. It is true France has t fored a series of terrible revers But she is still able to put into folds a larger force than the now I uiphant atinin of Prussia. T force would be undioiplined, Franee is defloient in good goner and these tare groat disAdvantages, tnay both be overcome, if the pec mote in mass and exhibit their el aeteristic gallantry. Their nav; powerful, and their ports are op bo that they cannot suffer for want of tsipplies of food, at'ms, i ammunition1 as we did iduring late war. We hope for a speedy t mination of thli civil war, at wh humanity shudders, but our fears much greater than our hopes. But that which nost concerns u the threatening a.-pect of uffair8 tween the United States and Engle gogland is arming with great vi the older men n...

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. — 15 March 1871

Y .....~.' Depportes Wiams, Proprietorsdl A Family Paper, Devoted to Splerice Art, i' indutry nd LItt per AnnunInAdvnce VOL VL] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEbNESDAYMORN[NG, M ARCH 15, 1871. [NO.39 now"T THE FAIRFIELD HERALD is runia.initi WIK.Y vY bEsPoilES A WILLIAMS, Term*.-Tntx UptnALD in published Weeks in the Town of Winnsboro, at 03.00 in. *.resl t, in adroance. gSif All teasisient advertisements to be aid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per bquare. ''o aBat Caught in Out Printing Office. Thou long-tailed, ebon-eyed, noot'jr nal rarager I What led the hither 'mong the types and cases I Didst thou not know that running midnight races O'er btanding types is fraught, with imni'nent danger I Did hunger lead thee I didet thou think to faid Some ricq old oboese to fill thyhun gry maw ? Vain hope I none but a literary jaw Can miasticate our cookery for the mind. Perchance thou hast a literary taste, A love for letters, and that sort of thing: But why, thou wire-tailed imp-thou...

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 March 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Published Every Wednesday at INN'ASBORO, 1s. c, 0EP81ORT'ETS & WILLIAMS. TRRMS-L Al) VANC|. One Copy ono year, -g-$oo0 . - -0 M.Uena. 3. " .?.. -~ -.265 a rotn ~ ~ n eP1t~laPe Arfi i in tork, ogv;,fi.:, f. C., March 10 1871. M.rf- Edifor As exaggerated re ydifshav tui dobt ren~be6il ur. city concerning affairs in Y.Ok Coun ty, I deom it duo to the people to furiiAlh a lit ief bttif nadt ol. oe-ur rei&es, hero during the pist few days. On Saturday night, the 25th Feb, rilary, one Ailerscaon Brown, a color. ed man, was taken from his house jijid killed by men In disguise. le -iad not .igured prominently as a pioli tican, but 9Iij i ed the reputation of )ipving burnecl one gin house and teobar:Y, the.propeity 'of itioffensive bitieis, the week previous. On lutndaiy iiit, the 26th,or rath er Monday imrnImg. about I o'clock it party of' men in diegiiisc vibited the Trsldonien of the C'otity Treasur or, one E. M. Rose, for the pur pose of illflictilig personal...

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 March 1871

XnoogeA e -or s i* LAdeV 14 tZ~ For Sale9t-Joh HoUis, St.)iIdgt. P. -otioe-Daniel HlbW entet.& Resd '6 11aadrtis. eAte f R dI MoQley,id i7YQU a iythin dall on'lilivrtvdget Itdt, yow *Ant. Messra. B. F. Davidson & Co.hae rooeIn'bd'hnd-'4etili Ithile-114gpig gobod. So4otvertisemeti Wines and Liquo io'yr & Co. m.dt . Court Weele. Th,Cons t 4,1P d lGeneral &eA94s for.iiold County tonvened yestrd~ayp iiop~oddge hutlan4, 1, eAlilidg. We fre ipfqrm, bd that there iha%-U g )tle busi liess done other than- two or -three murder eases. The narken earhjItl dull and oir g , p(Ie' week ab 6. 145 bolesi Low, Middling 12+, other grades rangin from 10 i lyaiiafl. 3,000,000 balea foa siamonths,x have been delirtA46614A;Vo1 the cotto ;.ortscrg d4 EWO itickets . The attentiop of tho oltes is 9e el ad to the -ard ' of. "Tz Payer" 1-for ourselves we are' ifeased with both. ticl et jid wilLgladly give our pol I to tif lrect!io'n)of Ieithet-but we ticket polie;-and' wb presume'-to ad' Yise ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 March 1871

A Sharp Dodge Thwarted, 'hie followiig it. G-,v. Scott's es. Fege ve oiig he bill apj r< priting theaum, if $265,0d0 for legislatihe expenses 8TATV. or SOUrTI CAI OLIA:, EXLeUTIv Dr.PARTSMENT, COLVusAInA, March '7, 1871. To 1he hionorable 1C & nate of &uth OETI.r.iesNr : I return to your hoa. oruble body, without iny appi-oval, an Act i pproptriating $265,000 for leg. it-lative expenses, for the following rearnns, to wit. : First, I regard the expeiditure of the moncy aleady appropriated dur lng this ses.ion, itnd the sum inclu ded inl this bill, amounting in the ag. gregate to $400,000, as t-imply enor Imous for one 4,S'ssion of the )'gisla ture. It is boyond the conprebon uions of any ono how the General Assembly could legitimately expend one-lialf of that amount of money. I cannut refrain from expressing the opinion that there niust iivo been some secret agecy in fixing the sum at that amount, as a number of the Members both of the House and Son,. ite,have cxpies.ed 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. — 22 March 1871

Desportes & Williams, Proprio A Famly Paper Devoted to 3cience Art Inquir Industry and LiteratuAnnum, In Advance. VV WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDA Y M RNING, M \ RCLI 22, 1871. [NO. 4Q FAIRFIEI D HERALD is runt-t8HEDM WFEKLY 1 Y DIESPORTES & WILILAltISa Terms.-Txx IKRALD is publishred Weeks in the Town of Winnsboro, at $3.00 in. Vareably in advance. Xdy" All transient advertisements to be aid in advance. - ; Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. [Orig' nal.] Teln Years Ago. BY VANMLU. Ten years %go datue fortune smiles, . Were linked throughout our land; And massive weulth in golden.pjles, Was moved from hand to hand. Ten years ago contentment reigned, In every dwelling spot; Till Southern pride with wrath disdair ed, To bear oppressions lot. Since tlicit how deep, how dark a cloud, lath o'er our spirits hung, Since grim misfortune wove her shrou'd, And 'round our nation flung. But now the darkest hour is past, Ai sunshine beanis once more, Otr'cOunity's lot may yet h...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 March 1871

1 l. IAlfI-ILLU HERALE Ptiblibl vIery Wedinesday at W NNAS' I()t, C ItV DT S & WIILLIAMS. - o TER.;I/S--JN A b VANCE. On1e Copy ono yar, - . $ 3 0t .;lte " - - -1 12 N, Tn " " " - - 25 0( 'lilliol Again Visited. OJNTVI Ort'ic!:itt ORDI )110) '10 Rit J0N '~Ti. u iniF AND SeIll)Cto coM 'MIS~i)NElt onY TIF, DIANDATP. 13y a gentleman from Union, w< learn of the further vc rpetratiou oi outra"es inu that county, countin ailoig theln the killinig of threc MCI, one oil Ftiday night, and two oli Sunday night. AlSo, the Ku Klux have posted no twies on thu buic lletin hoard at the court house, to thc elfl'ct that t'hc County COmltmibsioners, the Sehool Coln Ii iussioner, and the rtnmbers ol thu Legisla ture, muut resignta their positions by the 27th intant. It is undie ! Cst0.),i that the Sherill antd 8chuol Co t miissiotter havo ten. dered their re~ignations, under pres. sure of Orenntalances. t 111-n) o astdiht otnt i 'ti I lc i:gt, rat-hor than sub'Joet them-n iolvtes to the indigti...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 March 1871

OI'.Ttiem ep. or strotiner Tidwel, The friends of this geb'tfienan '1vi1] egreto learn of his sudden death, fom disease of the heart. le had Uefrly reacbed his 77th year. Ne9v Advertiseuuents. Sweet Potat a for Planting pur. poses, at McIntyre & Co's. Sale of Bank Property-S. 13. Olowney. Receiver. Sparkling Champagne at II. W. Desportes. Wan-. ce C' We direct the attention of the reader to the card of Wm. C. loe & o., Factors and Commtission Mo. ehants, Charleston, S. C. They offer liberal advancements on consignments. lIoa11e und Mulitles. Mr. A. F. Gooding will receive on or before the 24th, a lot of horst- aud mules. Those in want of good ani mal will tako notice and call on Mr. Goodirg as son as they arrive. Town rlftxs.4 We are iequested to state that the Town Trea.gqror will be present atthe polls on the 'first Monday in April, fhr the purpose of receiving all taxes now due. Those viwi this tax are requested to be prepared to settle. Winnsboro Cotton Market. Since our...

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

ny A u f a OtoiMo tui) . -0 F 1 61 I. 3 . 22v '.m . - t - th .~~ A . . OVI) h-, 1 " .1 . i N :v : - U 'k Al onl p -Id f. the one great, h'i. . oli , I.s y) Cciouli I fi'. Ml wV.-s-, lall -"hlo widlow's. sonl."' A she "(ill knelt bslilde himl, the look of 3 ffering pas'sol aw ly ; the painlful bro l'eatlie ig coa'.A;sd ; nok into a xwett, refreshing svcp. '1Tho ts1otlhe r folt that Iew 1 4 s w as given him - he wouili till i er. Hr pra.yer- w1.ts granted. Nto grew 'rapidly in s cngth. Soon her pride, her dII ling, raised as it wev r f romaI the ad, vas4 again mAking thu houso merry with his infatt glee. Years pas,e& on, lerbert's will grow ing .trooger ; his tolre -uid inol'o extactinig altuje at, time12 fort2I ig it feling of lneasinoss in his imuothier's heart. Yet SIj wolld s-eek to drive it h.:nc with the more cheer ing thoutgit, "lb will grow more conid. orate! an.Ii1 mald illy in a few ye Irs."' Gifted with the brightet talentt, ho ma-ti'rd i it I pe ct cam. hi0 s variou.l ...

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. — 29 March 1871

6t1It -,I it -g - &r-i--iams, Proprietors-----r----~ -- In Ade. VOL IL1 ___ WINNSBORO, S. 0., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 29, 187L T1HiE o FAfRFIttib ERALID IS PUB.18HUKD - WKE.KLY BY DESPORTTiS'& WILLIA MS, t Tebme.--TU IaHaitiLQ is publishei 17eks Ii la thtTown of Winnsboro,: at $1.00 in. 04,-&by 'I-".. I d4 Ill translet adversliemeats to be Aidin advance. dbituary +0iops &;id Tribulte $1.00 per 0 inl 1CASTnOFt' In hi -o: - ,jefe eilF a fi0rce glare In the. e b6koMI eyAs ith which Winfield Grey T Steadily regarded the handsome wo-, R miau standiig pale and with compresis- bi ed- lifs befNi e him. - fv "Will I forgive'youi- How dare Y"tr'svt Itida-Ressiturl- Never, to so help ra&Wfdayeni" Ske laad,bsett for a solit ry wall of orn thq, aes Rhore, little dreaming sh'4 bhould meet the man who in -her M heart of hearts, was the only enshrib.. ad idol,.,-A ; Sbu had seel him coming when his fo ea . keen and bright though thej n< V_ r . had not yet discerned her W gra...

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. — 29 March 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Publish -d Every Wednesday at WINNSBORO, . C., U Nr til DuSmORTES & wirv vo.A MS. N TER3 1N A ) VA NCP. n.. .opy one year, -$ 00 \V F " '' ' - 1 02 60 ~2600 1jetter from Judge Conway on soutihern I I.Pangems~-t lbJ Defends llis l'rostuil for j lic'ICl6gilitiain of the Southiern Coil- y, wfederlity, th 0the1 qdiir p/fJ ew York Trib- li f, ).P .. ,W Pia: And now coIes WOndell Phillips, and suggcets the hilling of Aver'v *hit6 riai iii'tho South as the s( fital and *ynly satisfactory Poltioni of the vexed question 01 Recontruction. a 'Ten "years ago when the Souti hal rI Wo her independence in the licid, P and for all purp('ses of war was a edpktato Power, 'I offcred in Congress -popoitibn to recogni'ize her as' a folkt Power alto ; thd 'ffect of whieh-ould hAve been *to open a elont toad for us and for her in all subseqnent times and traismactios- - in peace as well as In war. She wanted c 'othing bettor, aid was ready to ao 0p11it-, conscious of its full impo...

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. — 29 March 1871

Oz:' t674 jqf the Niws an 11nKB An~i be obtained ab thls oftic on the days of publication. Price A equadron of Cavalry of Unite States troops p.gu4 through thi place Sunday night on their way U Chester County. Wtaisi 6o o o &rret; Sales Of the p1st week 66 Ialei Market activo and buo)ant. Piice ranging from 9 to 124}Jeutd. INew Adtie'iIascaa A Card -I. C. Shiver, Columbia Orcat inducements offered. Gentlemlan'd Spring Suits--.Me.iat tor & Brice. Masonio Meeting Thursday night. Spring Goods-F. Elder. Ctrn, Oate,Flour, lacon, &e., jug received at ). I. Flennikonm. Notice--cM1.3ser & Brice. The "Sou1ff.l We have received the "Avant Cou rier" edition of atiew paper eititli 4'rli buth," published at Memphi, Tennessee, by E. E. Overall, Esq. It oustains a great variety of in tofatiq "ad" otertainiing matter el) riginal, nd selected, bosides i is belautiflly gotten up. Term $3.50 per annum. Death of R. W. Bosley. \Ve are called upon to chronicl the ,4e;th, of Mr. It. IV. Bo...

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. — 29 March 1871

Taxot . axes ttling but t Ake i Taxod 'II al thI t ai1an catt Tak fd onIt ai fl.,ur,' tad taxed -in hi, rtxod upou all thit covers is back, From his cotton shirt to his bro.d. clo.th, back ; Taxed on. whatever is pleasant to see, To hear or to iiiell, to feel or to be. 1141an I ttxes I nothing bnit taxes I I Grindiig our ioses as sharp as oui axes I AND WHA- AInE TIlI TAXF.S FoR ? Why 1-the ,Radical party to keep ii repair, So that "high moral" scoundrels may " ach have a sbarn En hngo ste;dinigs and piclkings, found T . every wheras I Taxes I taxes i Itepublican taxes I Taxed on the ouflin, and taxed on tle * rib, 0! the old man's s4ihoid, and he young brat's bib To pamper the bigot, and fatten the E.lnave,. Taxed front the cradle i!uip into the grave AND WiHAT AMus, TiM. TA xSi iton ? hy !--to lIhy all the rogues tlhy cani fitd tar and usar, And give eveiy. Conagresaitnu half milliou a year ! ''axes.!'txes ! itorabli.an taxes ! For rich men to -h'iik, and pour ilen) to p uv, From ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 April 1871

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, industry and Lterature. [Terms---$3 00 per Annum In Advance. VOL. VI. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 5,1871. [NO.42 FAIRFIELD HERALD 1s rU1la.1s11K) WEEKL.Y BY DESPOilurES & WILLIAMS, Terni.-Tnt I HaAuMA Ia publiahed Weeks in the Town of Winnsboro, at 03.00 in. oareahby in advente. rF All transient advertisemeats to be aidin advance. Obituary Notioes and Tributes $1.00 per iquare. TIlE ARTIST'S SUPPER. In a pliottgr.iph-room, 'ucath a spa ciOus top-light An artist was eating his supper one night ; The aurtain oerhead was opened clear b~ek, And the darle a outside was heavy and black ; Not at star or a cloud in the sky could be seen, Though the window, above was per fevoly clean ; So ch ar was the glass and polished so bright That planly were viewed, by the the lamip's brilliant light, Thle artist, his wife, and the child of their love, And the table and dises, all mirror ed abov...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 April 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERAL Pithlish - d Every Wednesday it JIV8SBOROIP , S. C, BY DJESP'ORTES A WILLIAM:l TERMS-IN A L VA NCE. One Copy orie year, $ 3 Five 4 - 12 Tea e ' - .25 dictiitont tnd Arlillglon Life lInsiirni - I0ol1uaily, RIiCh o:ild, Virginia. This coumpaly being the lirbt Sout orn' corporation to erter the Easte portals of insuranco has naturilly traoted our attointion in ]ecating general agency for . Pennyl vaniu, Philadelphia. It is iso about knock at the doors of the New Yo and Massachusetts departI nu through which it can have ito diflie, ty in passing, so far as its chiatnc for ioiesty ot purposo and conditA, for soutidness nid re.iability are c Ccelned. II ftet, ty ntexamplt prosperit3 of the Piedminiit, a Ariington, fr ow its you It am (1 worlakiigs, nbubt, U.iuse a1t1ot.ish;t the tunitds ofd thoze uho liave htithi' thought there was n14 insinail.cn \ i; ity inl the 8ontil. Oic doctrine, frequently preicld, thi t all sectic should stn id by their on i solvt companies fir...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 April 1871

We wish it understood that t price of a single copy of the Herald 10 cents. I 04- Extra copies of the NEwS al Hr.:n ) can be obtained at this offi on the days of publication. Price cents per copy. New Advertimeesue nts. Mason m eting to-night. Ice ! Ice ! I Ice 1 ! I-J. ). IAt man, Agent, Columbia, S. C. A handsome stock of Dry Goo( Dres. Goods and Nitins, pjenledl day by Wo ,4ward & IA w. ~Somethiing Nioe-Keteia & Rt ertson. WO beg the special attention of o readers to the advertiements of M1 Johnt 11. Cithcart, one of our na prominent and reliable citizens. will be ob.-erved that Mr. C.ithc, i.as a iuige ai line st, ek of GIrot rics for sale, and is albo agent for 14 tilizers. See notices. White Lead-McMaster & Brice. An Unparalleled .Offer-A fir class Fanily paper forty weeks f one dollar. See advertis-ement. HU Kilux Watited. We are requested to say that if llars will be paid for a young p K(u Klux. The gentleman who ma this off.,r wishes to present the bi Klux t., H...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 April 1871

TIT FOR TAT "Vas there ever Auch a jealous fel. low I alwny. contriving somie now te.-t to 8ub1ject mly ifactions t I I ' said Joulia i arvey to her si.,ter, Mrs. Fall. ny Maikliam, as she handed her a let ter. It wa:s from Julia's lover, Captain Paul Wilcox, an officer in au linfan. try regiment, who wi oto to prepare her to receive him. lie told her that Ehe would find him much changed, for he had been wounded in the leg and lost his left arm ; th.at he had felt it iis duty to s.y that he houild not hold her to her engagetment, though he loved her as devotedly as ever. "Now, it happened that Julia had a correspondent in the army, froin whom she discovered that the cap. tai had received no injiries, and that his story was connected purely as an additional test. of the devoted ness of the fair one. "We'll pay him for this tr ick Ju lia," said Mrs. Markham. "Come with me and i'll instruct you low to give him change in his own coin." Shortly after the ladies had retir od Capt. Wileix,...

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