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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 24 November 1849

*" . -I ; t'~ I= - -e. ... 4h -- ' 4 A A,- * -J4( ;T; 4t, -i .,9 Vt - - Wo$I MOAIIIELN,&A c c TO~~ 0'-l I W--| vor r. (K A NANOY~n BIR 2, 1 9.kiNll FAIRFIEW L]ALP 18 PUDLItt.ERKLr.n . EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, IN THE TOWN OF WINNSBORO, At Two Dollars per Year, fl INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. tj Zdcctco. TOez Ponm the Flag of our PLtp. 111on1 ft. BlUnks Wafs taken Is and done for. -Y TUN OLD 'Id. Benjimin Blinks was a blobming baclie tor of, Boston; well.to.do in the World, and, as many bachelors are,of irreproach. able morals, -as all bachelors are sup. posed to be, living snugly on his income, and having apartment* in a fashionable hotel, fitted up In style, and kept with a neatness-and precision that shoked how particular a p6rsoh their occupant must Usted Wilhis single hiessedness, like a butterfly in the sunshine. (An truth, he passed the heyday of youth without losing his heart, and -one coats. tp.i prodigal 'of 1is afflectigns at mhiddle age.. When gtthirty-gyeo,.g. ltlgtsel Jects'...

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. — 24 November 1849

FAIRFIELD HERALD Is PtUbiSI8I WEEKLY, BY IN Tiff.TOW$ PF WINNSBOIROUSH, At 'two Dollars per Year, 37 11eyARIAA&Y IV ADVANCB.. TnU HsiAnd is published Weekly, in the Town of Winnsborough, at Two DoLLARS per Year, in advance. Abvrwrissebswra will be inserted at 50te., per Square (tEwels line* or les,) for the-first, and 37j cents for each subsequent insertion, and when not limited, In writing, willbe con. tinued untilordered out, and charged accord. Ing to terms. V' Communications, having for their object the promotion of any individual, either to an efice of honor, trust or profit, will be charged for as Advertisements. Marriages (when accompanied by a responsi. ble name,) will be published gratuitously. Obituaries, not exceeding 12 lines, wlli also be published free of charge. Political exttaaz. eespndtenie oY the Baltimore Sun.1 WAsHINGTON, Nov. 15 1849. We are only at the threshold of the California controversy. It is a mistake to supposu that even the California Cun. ventiun ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 16 January 1851

DEVOTED TO NEWS, GENERAL INTELLIGENCE, POLITICS E. 3. [fcTToNe Editor.]Cougress-sreet WINNSBORO, (S. C.) THURSDAY MOR NG, JANUARY 16,18 N , N Y , 5[NO. 48. LVUI TIES HERAtD.J Mepamrate State A Oat o1a the paa-t of So0es saa. No. Mr. Editor :-.I ire the question is now d Ifield, whether the State seolina J shna secede fron the count a of the oppressions ofi tli'o eonI Gov. ern nent Utiil now, I had thought I that there was but one opiniun aiongst our ublie nto upon this question, or at there was no such question 8. If V 1look back at the sol 'our public meet. -o shall find but t ag them all, (even the by men who now deP: iction) and that in. tellInt determi tnation tioat let others do as they would, Suth Car. 0linn should resist Northern aggression. IIIs any thing occurred to induce us to chengei this determination I No;hing but what was foreseen at the very time suci resolutiots were past. It is true tiat for some tlme past ihe cry has been aised that the other Southern States were ...

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 January 1851

Announcement. Mr. Editor:-We would suggest the nim. feat propriety of sending to the State Conven. tion as a delegate. from thist District. our very highly csiteced ansd dit inguisched Fellow. Citizcn. Ilit Excvl:tecv, Governor JOHN if. AlEANS. Whilst we feel satisfied that this nolina. tion will receive the usqalified approbation of both the Stuto and the District, it has at the sano time the high sanction of historical lire. ccdence. It will be remembered that ina 132, Governor HAMi.ToN, a mnemnber of the (;oin. vention, was called upon to prc-e' over its delbberations, atl at the second session or the pane bud w. Governor IIAYNS was chosen Presi. dlen, ex.Governor lMut.-roPs hravmg resigiied the post in favor of his Giberitimnial vue. ceitsor. FAIIur'A)~ Di-rier. Jail. 15 8, Announcements. Mr. Editoar,--As lhcre are mnOiti vf ui who go not nerely for secess:on and a stutlicrt Confederacy, but also fir siparftle Statv se tmin (before the final adjotitimctt oh tie Conven tion,) for...

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 January 1851

and who, acting upon falso principles il philosophy, regatrd property of' every dseription a crime, %%ill by the elevn. tion of its nstruminenS. get the entire control of' ilh governmtnt nod prolceed to legislate upion agrarian principles which% will arry tle conservntive clias. North and South.against them, and we siall have tho Spectnco 4-f the Southi IiAthiing th,- battles of ihe North for the defenceo of an artificial system, in tie establishment of which, th Somth has been, by unconstitutional legislation, drained of her resources. If we yet out of the Union wit shall not bei comtipell. ed to protect the No:t h from tIhe coise. quences of its own self-destructivo ele. meats. If we- se'cede, we matly stand aloof aud leavo them to themselves; but if we submit to a conslilidmaion of the government. to a loss of our State sove. reignty. we sh.tl at some future period, tfoIceI to sustain the North by tihe sam meant s that we have bee) alendy to build it up. Consolidation is what er....

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 January 1851

was commenced at No. 135 .Meeti? next, a larqe and r to by himself in t -mportd D 1 nr to this Port. He Particularly invites attention to .[lo)s as being one of the mos Comprising an assortment of Plain and Figured Black, Fancy-cob. SILKS; 0 1 REGES, GRENADINES, ALBA .!tch and Scotch GINGHAMS. &< A very full stock of new style BONN GLOVES of every description; A large variety of SHAWLS, adapi HOSIERY-Silk and Cotton-in grei A large stock of Silk, Mohair, Cottor Possessing facilities for purchasin fidently invites a comparison with any lie will have, in addition, a full su A call from his friends, and dealers Dec 5 Sale of Valuable REAL ESTATE, V. Billfr Partion. Anna C. Clark, ct. al. [N pursuaneo of nn order or thw Cou. . mado in the above stated case, I will -w mn front of the Couart House in %% innbioro. o fihe ceond Monday in Juinnary niext. all ill Real Estat of Caleb Clark. deceased, whic lies in tlho District of Fairfield, composed I the HOUSE and LOT upon which the dt...

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 February 1856

-A* I ~4iIt . LARn Editor and Propritor.] VOL. VIL] WINNSBOROp ,_FEB., 7, 185. _NO 51. THE FAIRFIELD HERAID Is PUBLISIIED) WEEKLY ST F'RANKLIN GAILLARD, iK TRIN tOWN OF WINNSBORO, S. 0. Terms.-Tuu HERALD is published Weekly, in the Town of W'nnsboro, at 62 invariablt in advance. (*- Mr. V. B. PALMER is the only autho. wtfttdr Akent for this paper in the cities of Boston, New York and Philadelphia, and is duly em. powered- to takeadvertismente And subscrip. lons at the rates required by us. Prom the Washington Union, Jan. 25th. Special Message froi%the President. 'o the Senate and House of Representative.: Circumstances halve occurred to di. lurb the course of govermantal organi. zition in the Territory of Kaisis, ad produce there a conidition of thinags which renadiers it incumbeut on ilme to maill your attiention to the mttject, land urgenittly to recommend the adoption by you of such rmetaures of legiamition as the gravo exigencies of the case fap. ponr to require. A brief exposit...

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 February 1856

vs '7.rc ET ditor and P o EDMIt MIeam A&A l T 'I Oftee aomes-tre - AT VOL. ]WINNSBD R NT, FEit718T 4 C ft ____ * I - 4 r. ~ &XL ARD Edtor ud ~ o~ iet~ ] X ~ X m ~ 1 ~ ~ 1I ~* w Offce )ong ess -Btoet V O L. V II W I N S II R~ y . ~ ~ ll 7, 866 *{N O 5 1 FAIRFIELD HERAID 14 PUBLISHEID WEEKLY BY FRANKLIN GAILLARD, IN TRU tOW1 01 WINYBDOJO, s. C. Terms.-Tum HERALD is published Weekly, in the Tow'n of W.nnsboro, at 82 invariablt in advance. 0* Mir V. B. PALM MiR is the only autho 6dstew ent fbilhts paper in theomldeauf Boston, Nowr York and Philadelphia, anid is duly arn powered to take advorissnents and subacrip. iosc at the rates required by us. Prom the Washington nion, Jan. 5t Special Message fro* the President. To the Senate and House of Representatives: Circurnstainces have occurred to dis turb the course of. governmsital organi 2tition in'the Territory of' Kansas, and prnduc there a ciditon of things which rendere it incuiubeut on tle to cali your attention to thIce teajec...

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 February 1856

TIM . ..ERAL G l.Ji \, I I4A RiD, - Arival of the Arabia. No-;w YORK, F44b. 1. TPh. t'e'e 0 \ lilta arrivel it i,- n.er tr im 1,i , , - . 11 : j. ti. -rl' i, t,? lihe eewt ie lhe. he. ., I i,l re itin ii, te e, 'lg the Cz tr Ia Ie- dil.Ie;I y : vee led the proo.tls I tl 'h1 l,1..s f rl.e t p e .. Offei l Iet., heit-lov.s State lilit l{iacsis t yie te A istrin prop-itions it-- the li i f Vetl l 4neent n . TI ls Ill I %% enend h continen.ce 0,0' ti pubbhe n opean'e. hate us aldvanfe 'J4tot The a1e 4 . ile t iW , k I f it p 8.009 ittles, q' whihii top, ve'rs tlook 5,000 neild speenie. k Ii. -r.% 9,t)kI hil. '4, letaviig 44,000 hile., ll ie .r (ti'its o lht . tradile. MIll di g Orb-a it as <leced lt 5: F-tir 01 bn,,is l I .1; 1l :611J. Uplaneds 5 ., uits l'.itr U pl'e. '),d. peer lIb. The stock i-l 1orl was 3701.40 et:. ls, l' which 200,. 0(0 %v 4 Amitr . eethi e i market eloised TIE ARABL'S NEWS! I A .1 FA , Feb. ne Brilih Steamer Arabislwit ir-e e lcv e'rp io stol eel i8 ih thl les...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 7 February 1856

--pe Th -, Election ofBanks. WAsIuNO[OLq '!h 2. Pe liy rule hais been a opted by a Cor. bs withd awin hr naime as mn the noininee of the Ditmocratic caiuctus. W B nks has been elected $pekii kr by Olhe loll..winig vote: llanks 103, Aiken w,! 10o. Full, U. amianpbeil 4. Weils 1. Cu Oil imotion l Mr. Cn;.man, at re.so- e tion wits aidupted decieAlmg %Ir. Baik lb peaiker- I the Mr. BUnks was then conducted to the the Chair by elessis. Aikeni, Fuller and CImpbell, and, after a hpleechit im him, the I bouse aId jOuraned. .....- in Southern C.mmeroial Convention. luion nosdD [. Fb. 2. The Commercial Conivenuton adopted a resotllution d laring tiliat tie etAlabiash ba . 010e0Lo l a lin e o f ti S i c la S S s te nm e t s , to sitil t'etwteen Liverpool ind some South nrfl po0t, Wtas highly aamapot nt, and re coimmended thal Southean Legisiatures should Ube eLfor1a to plocuae vesusls Awlenl convenienit. Iis nade at strong speech ia favur oi ilnteinal impruotements. Fiom Washington. d< WAb...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 7 February 1856

+17mi the Soil of the -South. The China Tree. a1 liitrs~e :-Ou-Etr il' of' pittm. a i uNuthi i I r j i I t ' 11 Ian ill Id itnd, wib h-la caued lme ito me ra seeld byfoloin youir dh-ee. - 11m, atial f"it mmm;'I kmag th 'proper pl W a ic : for I lie Ii .h l et! ill lit it title. I I, t enll-vo u r atteintion to 1he vilue I liv (i:11a Tree. Few peruts know IO vialut. it IN genaiily koiluWn, that it Iminake'm egee-liIllnt finn gure, aid im sus m''1ptiblte of in liir pohshm. fits durabiiity 14 "t' known%*It gan..rnityl. tmeranl (4t.t Inlan' 4o At Iit14 si msilpi, several years since, itlbraied I'n- tliit he foutd a post of time CiIIIu Treeaa, inl omie of th1e1 oldest sel. Iatmetsi in Lottimianam, and foumid, roin tracing back its history, that it istd] been in tihe grouid sime evetmy years, and it was then mily patt ly decived. I liasve .ent it fi'mce tmmade of poles three and fimr inhetes in inini'er of f limt t ree fif. teen years aller it w:as injadme it lad vary little itpparatmce o...

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. — 20 June 1866

uC -ell~ S ?,13. RINNO. XI ~ '~ ON, 0 --"0"1M 1A 1.110,11,10,3 A( D 1i4 tilliY11- IU (C ffIn 4tts 1 )(~~r a it.4ob '" ~Y~{otl i no Tributes $1.00 j)ok 110 i~ol l oFRI W y 1 .olas.tID. uj 0otbb, 0 ~ l Mip 'i 1or *c'Fy, o 11 1 l t~istl41 1i ' i 1~ so4 II lal~, od, 161I \V e I11Ii g Al41w1 ik i .41Aitsug o et.i OO, . 0110 or 11f1ltr0 ioir ll (lie att lieI It pa, e tlIi L wy ifio - Clerk. .%as Il f li1zll' j :ixII s ek lifiiiIe p yle e i pip j iuh olit o iii declit fml r fr i. Anion Uoey~Ihi C% 01l t~iny 1 hm l k9 f aL qdtk 0 c111691 NlI llt , or tU ,il I li ~ il h 011lt li fiii ovg s'l e pIcuw Ir avedli 510. , ii l 1101 cold itit 0ill b,0( a vlIift oz tl lf M art Ie l e wh llhii4 WtIi SUi -TIQ-181ir t i whot seee~l i. bI , ,- . Ilium-~i ',b apio , tw , er woro~tt viO~ ak 0 Cot h a s 'a Aiy 118 lit lml l Oil .ll me w h~dd noL ~te fa rented 'i 10"O th hlor o Iavieli 'a l r '~l i ell P.8d it' 11 frown i k 00510 oro Is t .i oiI g 41.ia ittle5 110 i ns~ito (1 ~tress~ O 4irI 9tl)~&5~p' t...

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. — 20 June 1866

1'0orltitr t h4utoUl~ OOdN all, e h ed diA 16 of Atq -. J j n I hii cni ut ut 1 aj 10 hischrgg: "Wo coulid not hWt, feel ttit this i ill 4edIWrti rul tiot~ occppher ioget it Ari qisho::Ihe in ket the dignitj and hstorichi int it - titalo. ockalsionl, 'Wo iveroe unw igi that on such n ttonrabhr udasionu ' usould run any hiard of buffttleiJi otir 1s'lves. We tiesired tosee a s1tisumfestih 1i m11 of dignity, proprity, eleivationi, im l'artiality, and moderatiot worthy ofour presvigo amoig tile sations. "We rnnmmber in the fanious trialot Challes I. the ovont i 'noted thit 'olo of the audience spat upon thq kilnga h, 'wab eing taken out of tho'dourt. We Ihped to see riothing of this on' the trial of Mr. Davis. "VWo confoss, thereforc, under the /iluienc of theso idas, wo road Judge Underwood's chaigo with a certain do. groo of solbeitiudo, nild wo are sorry to say that by the time we -had got tlirough with, it we felt, no, nwecesit.y of praying1" 4't be -cl d 'eed from, all vaingliory,'...

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. — 20 June 1866

... . . . . i t li -'A t Q I . rn5mlig 14 M" 4f . 14 fC , I cal qi lite th treiIt t i VIilt in fu so~ rl th to A-iimi' Ut 'iii il 1t18 J i liii IlaI 1.41 b jtgf k;. t bitiA nm to Lim I Presideow. for Iti sigittiro A i1wr do e li.te l*i speeti& er.10*8 Im b ilt roititriticg the Southiori ti *:teko ji'ivl iiluhge." IlII(l.- s oourn. STe War Commeee -t~c Prince Vicdrlck, CbftrlA Ill tile Field, TI.:ItioeN. 3*iau. 6. via Newv York, .1~ ~ ~ ~~1r luL I . ldltO oieeerivkic , hrleit )4.gt?(. (().moi~rrow~ for the IwaidquiArwtra of I t P1i tS.-Aian aluly ill TSeble.sL Oilie.i. 11cel 11auiil itit ~ ugt 1111tiiteiiit y to ('o-ojto-ratit int (Olleopthg Iad\lrge Iimmnh Ier ofinhabital tiat o t fled tile ciiii to 1ivoid concrip.tonl. 'tle GOverunelt Re ioit Bill ill the, BriV Ili Parlinmnilt lIoNm- lI lTm 5. via N*w X onii; ittuec 1 0. -Thte gowertiolent i form bill was.i. ir.rrvd tby 'parliament. without di., vislil. It was tile impreSAiml that tho govo!riti-~itt would wvitlhdraw it, but. no...

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. — 20 June 1866

to 4 0 #110 - .o g at wati. ~0 0 e~v tuo a 4i)~ h bribb s Where theo glad wede Ola~ t owes r 611ot tseoft si ghiug night. v 9&~ 'lG sleep, My slumbers be roused y the dOoe of the pop. o giveo~ mohe:1 ou e flo bilo* mo n I love it- 1,lovo I -t1au, swe t tone; 'Tis a generi dirgeo'er-& btiundless totub, Unnmtrkott by h4lt ae gho sea-flo 'rets bloom. ': Let mI lidt to iho words o'the wiid son, - or It speaks of,114-O(a bust throng Of a heart with its storbsof joy nd woo-. Of a soul at peace, and f '"ng ago." Iv It reminds the, too, of a falthful band in thoir mission of love on a heathon strand; And it whispers tfien of a mother's grave In a sea-girt isle near Paoinlo's wave, Y The past floats on the murmtring tide, Alournfully-sadly-the bluo Iatersglide; They speak of earth's greatness as perish ing lore Of rock-bound Helena and Elba's bright shore. VI lba, thne prison of warlor bravo St. iHolena where once stood the lonely grave Of monarch before whom all monarch's had kneele...

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. — 27 June 1866

oal VOL.1] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY OJUN 27, 1866. [\O.2 -- -.---- ---.. - FAIRFIELJ HERALD 1. PUBl.titi: D Wl-:KL.Y IY G4tilrlatra e)aporte & C Terms.--TlI i: ..a is publisheld Week ly ilt he Town of' WiilIAora, atL 83.00 in I'na ly i dvance". A"" All trainli. 1-lYerti otiseanets to be Obituary Noticei and Triblytei $1.0) pa rilli, Ili si Priso Lifte---LXI ilts fron ti|e Miarv' of ite Po't Si, 8108001-7110i|1111 Nt'fIt'S illt 111dd|el11. The Now York Wlr. of tho ihh, te Votes o1ver fnr U-.a cohnsu; to extrats fIrUt he. lilory of Mv. Davii,' parnm lit'e at -Foriress Alloroo, written by tile poet mur geon. We lina1ke such oetracwets 11rom t ile Ii ord ats our. spacO will permit: TiHE PnISON .IFE OV J&FRFiltso.N DAVIs. Im. tINS. M.%v 21, 1865 -The procession- Into lte fort. wais und"er thie immedtiato hispectionl of Aljor General lalleck and Charle: A. lhini, t hn Asi.tant. secretary of war ; oliolel V'ri, h ard, of thle Michigan cavalry, who immaediaoely elfected lhe captu...

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. — 27 June 1866

LOr froimi A !exalialr Diit s - thiribititi -0olfidllei, lid Eniliisillmof tile J~illil$ - Ellisit ll-' IS-ellc ltc i st be A xaidrie DihuIas. na well be recolleld, hu g(One to italy nt. the r'Cqilest of 0:111ribl. di to act ns hitoriogapler of ilia oomiig CAi)a ignIs. I.t'on tenC1, lin 'i'sO'iy, lie wviter to a1 frien 1tid iin I"lorelnce ieho t'ollowini1a letter,- whichl is tranlsla-mid for flhe Ilichmlon'Il 'I'ime. froin to -i'ac11 4l1 I,, ' ol Floreciie. Liko ovtryIthing elsei Fromli lie ytm of itnnig, it 18 'iwell worlt readiig : Is presentiing a correet. pictire of fie spiril tlint ow fire liho italiani bioirt, it imay be relied tipil atid Ii of pectiliar interesi : My deiri U :--I liave beeni Iwo days inl Pitly, and for two datys I live f',l' ove. joy. ous, over-eilithsiastio. As soon ats I reach - ed ietion I niet wvih llilo, wvho showel me it lot ter from (I'-lb idi, who amiili)ttme.i his fitture arrivail on the col't-ilioit Iowar.lIs ft end1 of thbe. plroseit tiont h. It is...

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. — 27 June 1866

C(Tingressjujlili Procdigs.' a r joi34.lltr(;,N~~l j yli1E 2:.J .130til) provad ill I .or a11 official his~tory of thre robel Iicil, aaatl aiutlioriziig thu Scerota r) of War to appoinit soiio coilnpotolt rsaoll io write it, aL it6'l o X colln $2)50 perici~d your.1 T it ta ill a n:s poliit.3P333 and d vrid r. 'It (.li IsTi 5001 3I1!s, at 37 :1 .1 Oc. du33* itll. W\ lle.;;t.ha It~~3 314t-131 ,v tonI d tatl;1. 1.2I 1 :17 2; 11 2 . Bvc Niv r leis 1~1arkelts. iloaaitial, wvilit .siai.i'r 150 btake4 fitl 25 1 :1 gI*. Si oCil (333 111 d, 160,.000 bales. N 4! %v You'll: NPclia ilg -1 lotil Ni.,% 0' ( o -.A: NS, Jimul 23.-otf(.uaI (..\il3 (1y (.111!1, sides3. of 3,00 lia.lk$ f' i .1 34'' 4 l.V1 ;G . (;ld I ' I . 1aiik -t erlinf 03. Newv About 111C Felis. WA.11 X3I T r) N, Jim114 2:1.-A (I, ~~I, t l :4)111 ()33lw :1 it)' tht ill tLiii' fior Ow hil( imitill 1ittioll of the (Ia velii 3431III [3' tX!4 'tlI;$ ille t-trt' (ill) ill-, LIII' recetc I'cl:3 33 t.P4)l)4'3. Se'veral 111013111 6.- of i'...

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. — 27 June 1866

JiO POLL . r teltAlb.. "There the wicked cease from troubling and there tho weary be at rest," Job iii : 17. Toil ! Toil ! Toil I Th-igih thy pale brow acho with a burnitng pain; Work ! Work I Work Witi a licavy heart and a weary brain. Weep! Weep! Weep! All alone art thou- let thy tens flow on .\1our-n ! Mourn ! Mourn ! For thy heart's fondest idols are gono-all Lono. Throb! Throb! Throb! ll'ili:/y throb, cruslied heart. There are foes around ; Pray ! Pray ! Pray I TIrat no mUamarinug thouglht, in thy soul be found. lest I Rest ! ]test Thou shalt toil 'no more--Angels kiss 1hy brow ; Home! lone! I11o0no! Thero tMy loved ones dwell. Thou shalt toil no more. Toil-grief-pain Are ontombed with the pist, never moro to roatn ; llope-Joy-lot0e~ Are enshrined in thy heart- heir etornal hone. 1-r riu. May 13, 1863. L1inCs accompanying a par of socks sent to a soldier who wore nmber three(1) shoes. four's is a dainty little foot., It wears but, number thre; Perhaps these socks are not too la...

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 July 1866

-l V ,VL 1WINNSBORAO, S..C., WEDNESD4Y MORNING, JXLU , 8( [O T1'I I M,~ FAIRFIJD HERALD. 18 P Un1, wAL lI - :' D EEK INV Gaillatrd l Deprtc' & '[C 7'erms.-Tui 4iu.l is ka'dip kIl Week ly in t he Town of' Winimbora, at 6'.3) in - rarcah in radvnce. All tranisieti aivertisemntI s to be 11m641 inl alvtuce Obitturry Nutices and Tribules $ .00 pe Hlistorical Skr iches of I airfichl list rict, ny 1). n1. .m'cl.:14,rr. M o. 2. When the Cherkoce and Catawba Intoliants made11.1 the hils aId valles of Fairlield their llihnting grounds, thore was.1 g:tante of variois kindi? Chiiief unollng th oijects4 4X tiheir pirclit aszu the humf Lala whicb si rol over wlhat are now bleak mwl barrenlf groltld1 in hedIs. The Cheorokes i c ll th buf talo yanmt, "the vory great I uli, or t "lIiil f'od.'' Frol tihe hair of a1611 t il e wvolulet Inatuf f u re(I kin-1 .4, Cloth of, great comfort anld iurab'ilit y in IG a Mr, Gr'aves, :it old man11, ro e the W;.tre, at I rave's ord aiid form-tned a settletent ...

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