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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 6 March 1872

- ~fI LL-I- --- - - - . . . . " . E L.. . . . . . . . . . . qinso8ortes &WUllams Fropriotorst] A Family Paper,_Deoted to 8dpn",1 r I1 ~n I~tur. ~ ~ em-$.OurAnm nAv VOL. VIL WINNSBORO, 8-. NNSDAY1IO1NINdr MARC11 - [NO. 37 T Il FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 rUniidliKi) *kkVLT B DESPORTES & WILIJAMS6 Terms.-Tun I[ioaA1.n is publiswhel3yee'k ly in the Town of' Winnsboro, at03.00 in. wariably in udipance. -jh'* All transient advertlse'ieents tote J1~a~ i f(I dv a 11Co. paitiir. a vn . Obhituary Notices and Tributes $1 O'$er The 80now. BY FANNIM. i the dark shades of midnight the Winler king paised, And ove:' the still earth a white mantle cast, The hills and the valleys are carpeted o'er, And the shrubs are all burdened 'till they can not hold more. The feathery flakes, like magie they fall, They settle like down on the forest tiees Iall, Hither and thither they float on the air, Weaving a gat mnent for the broad earth to Wear. What a look of rare sp'eudor when the sun rises high, -And hi'...

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. — 6 March 1872

TilE FAIRFIELD HEALRD. Pui1kh-,l Every Wedlnesday at CTNXV8BORO, AS C., ESPORTES & WVILLIAMS. TERNS-I N AD VA NCR. ly&ai Cropy Otte year, - - $ 8 00 ' a- 12610 Ten " i "~ - - 2600 The Tanttdeite Home. *; TiAT TilU "C I'Y BY TiE SKA" HAS DONi I ON TME WID"W AIND ORPHANS OF TIMF PRAVE 1EN Wid 7ELL IN iN:Cn ( IoF Tin. sou 11. Tlhtre is n building ot Broad itreet -of his 6it), onco kinownII nI the Brew. firt Houji se, by many as the Carulina ilotel, but o.uwv known by partial mis. ,,vtjatr, wlich will be explined after Swh iei, .- "Yhe ofetel file Women' 1lona.. 1, sI -vetail g, haf.pfaasti seve elock, fto ni me these, by enrnaest it.vitation of it8 nobi-lvarted lady PI C:idest. Ji uige of the SurprisO Of i Vihctor, hIoweveI., wh ieu oi Cnteriig tOe a-pati. us receptioan aoom he found it occupied --not by wilows, nor eve byut. O.-, I ut-by (ifty or six. ty )oun m ljdi and childreti, daugh. Ier t t le CtWenl'erate duad of Caro. !in , a ud ,cp.e7citing in Almos; every cafe, a enee...

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. — 6 March 1872

w eaL. ,'te~X: sD. New Adverti jgt%Ath. Just in Store-T. R94oborlson. Now Arrivals-Beaty & Bro. Masonic Meeting next Thursday night. Winnboro Cotton Market. For the past week 104 bales of Cotton have been sold in this market at prices ranging from 1% to 20 cents. "lvNaryP t r We are beginning to fear that the Berger family are 'going to give uni the go by. It is right cruel to disap. point the yogng f!lks after sending around their hund bills. At Last.~^ ^ Both houses of the Genefal Assem. bly edopted a reaoltition Tuesday to adjourn sine die on the 7h ilarch. This is certainly good nowd for the tax-payers. *4,000,00 tolen. Senator Sumner and S9hurz in th% 'debate in U. S. Senate, upon the un lawful sale of armi and ammunItion to the French in the recent European war, charged President Grant and his confederates with stealing $4,000,000 in gold from the government. The testimony, Sumner says, cannot be re futed. Sales Day. There was quite a crowd in Town yesterday. Several piece...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 6 March 1872

I'EDED LOVE. 'd if the husband or the wife homlute utonbg life-disc'overs -ii shlfte4tmsa (allel to meet he bld eyes.of lovers. need we care to ask ? Who' d roams~ itlout their thorns or roses, uionors that the truest steel 10 saddst spark discloses. eill in uatural -ufforance lies .o seoret, ci true living, omC:oeke is love that never knows tietness of forgiving. if'or Reformers and tihe Politicians. noinfation of Judgo Davis by l..,or Cou cont ion althcugh spoken tiial circles, is not serious sqId. 1uch interest, how x w'ssed as to what will be S lie Cinciinnat'i (onventiong eg. rl to -a pridenti il canldi. A few prowinent Democrats - g8. l y they expect to vote Repuiblcau condildate other the nioininteo of tl1 llhiladel phink Shut ion, uhlile not, a few Demo. t, who hI-eve been interrogated on %jeet are in favor of a regular :.I 'crt iic nomination. Othora; are mmit tal, but they say they will tl lest they oan in viow of all Politieia-ns' on all sides are ox n1.cging vi'ews is to...

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. — 13 March 1872

- * 7 4. -- -f*,. - -- IlkI Desportes & WiAiams ProprietOr.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, ,Ait joqui6, Industry and iterature. . [Terms-$3O0 ner Annum In Advano OL. VII] - WINNsBOIO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1872.-[NO.)38 TH.E FAIRFIELD HER ALb 18 Iutl.lSnI'1) wEKKLY VT DESPOltTIE 4 WIIL0IA IS, Perms.--Tix 1iv.RALIMs pitblished Week ly in the Town of WInnasro, at, $30.9 its variably int ad'van'c'e. si6 All tra:ioi4. advortisements to bo paid in advance. Obituary Notiees and Tributes $1 00 por aquatre. Col. Wm. Johnston. In those times of political exsite mnot, which is absorbing so muleh of public qtnoution> and causing many to forg6t or overlook the valuable servi 'ces in publij enterprises which have been conducive to the welfare of the people, State and country, render od by private individuals, it is proper that at times reference be made to snuh gentlemen and the parts they have performed in aid of the public welfare, and we conceive such to, be a duty ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 13 March 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HEALRD, Publilied Jvery Wednesday at WINNSBO.1o, S. C, bESPORTES & WILIA19S, -0 f'E RMS-1N ADVAWrOR. 'Oue Copy ono yea - - $ 8 00 Vive'" '' . 12 560 Ton " " " - 26 00 A Phanlom Train. 'THE DEVIL ON TilE PIL:NNsYLVANiA RAIL nOAn- nip. ioNS TIlE eHILADELPHiA tXPREs8. The Columbia Courant is rosponsi. 'ble for the following: The "debil am out on a big ram. page along the line of the Ponnsylva nia railroad. Ile is seen at various pl4tee along the road, and in differ. entV hapes. Oe night last week, after the Philadelphia txpress train left the station, his Santatio Mlafesty tot on the engine with Solomon Iflof 'masttr. 1Ho looked around for a moment., thOe taki'ng the pokor from the firemtan he opine- the fire door aid stirred the 'fire, at the same time ticking .1, f-ct in. 1-e then sat down stretchi hg Uut. his immenso leygm, and bringing his tail around he laid it between the cloven hoots. Some.. times wings could bc seen about 1his shoulders. lie was very particula...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 13 March 1872

'La00a1 Ite~mmn. WAmsboro Cotten jMadktA For the pat *eek I47 baldh of Cotton have b'et s1d in this market at pricos ranging from 19 to 20j cents. New Advertlsenents. Sheriff Salea-. W. Duvall, Sher Iff Fitirfleid County. Cottage for $alo-Apply to W. B Creight. 'Iu't Received-D. R. Flenniken. Foblh Crackers and Cheese-U. G. Desportes & Co. Administrator's Notice - James Beaty, Xdamr. Apples -Mcintyre to. Personal. Maj. A. J. Shaw, Solicitor for this Circuit, is at his post once more. le has been bufferirit for a long tine from an affection of the throat, but is again able to attend to his ardu oata duties. Is it NoI It is reported that Gov. Scott has put out $200,000 to secure the pas. sage of the bill legalizing the fraudu. lent transacti'ns of the Financial Board. 0 moestera 1 0 shades of John Brown I Death of an Old Citizen. Mr. 0. Durham Ford, died at his residence on Monday evening last about dark. He bad been conflued to his room for a considerable length of time. Ile was ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 13 March 1872

[Frotn "All the Year Round.".] Square at Last; On A BllOTHER'S REiV INGE. The Englishainla. at large i9 noth inig if not U sportsman. and the New \Yrld', dards him inguliar advan. 'ages for tho untiulgence of his pet 'premlivities. lie mho in the lgt Iess of hi, leart salys to himseIf, "Let 1ino get up antd kil, sometbig,' i in Americ.s, vCldmt atit i loss for som. thing to kill, nid can le:~'e himseif as to the ,iz i tf his ga ile, frum the dainty quzi'l to tough old .Ebenazer, the renownilt "grizzl " himself. A fey years ago I was much cm lbarrassed by the difliculty of Choice. Florida held m111any attr;aCtions, hut on the other hand, I v'aI stiongly toeipt ed to try the luitng-grounds about two h unided miht-s we.t of Oiala, whero, an energetio Western ft'iend wrote me. all kinds of gaeic woro to be had in pleny-, especially, lo in formaed me(, in a hlne bust of nthu. siaml, "big game," der, buflaloes,' aear aid-anid-Inidiana. W ith manay a siglh I turned from 'this allur ing pro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 20 March 1872

sp 6 tv %eb orfes. ami1s, 'TiOprietor9;1 A Family Paper, Devoted to Science,' Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literatul Trs-$ 0 e nu nA VOL. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESM N U . . . , .. .. _ ._ . -TH '1JS, FAIRFIELD HERALD IS.:PUBLIil1KD w)OKKUY BY. DESPORT-'ES & WILLIAMS, Term'is.-T matu anUALIS pubI1uished Week ly in the Town or Winnsboro, at 83.00 in-; varia'Py in eidren4. r!6r All transiont- advertisements to be paid in ndvanoe. Qbituary Notioesand Tributes Si 00 per sq ipre i. The Lost Cause. BY PAUL it. HAYN, When Sherman's army was passing through Not thei Georgi1, a sall detactment or ,thq rLh Colpnetiout Cav'aliy, that, as forages, had w a n.. dered from the iaiu body,stopped at the ho:,e pf a %yi la awp.nan, 0 amed Ho119. TOe widow had a woll htouk. ed poultry yarl, and a i uber, of pet pigs, which of Cou.sa th,; Yaukes at 6nc- iappropilated to their own u-e. Now, let the reler un lers tand th.t a Axq-tolgn frarmer's wife I 6oks : UpO-1 the0 11g, g'O..t or sNt 11, as a b.wrou a...

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 March 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HEALRD. Iubliibed Every Wednesday a WINNSBORO, S. C, BT 1DESPORTES & WILLIAM. 0 TrERMS-IN AD VAC'B. Out Copy one year, $ g 00 FIVe '' '6 - 12 60 Ten o * *' 2600 A STATE IN RUINS. The deploraUle condition of South Carolina-Gigantic thefts, univer 8ul corruption, and a Government in the hands uf unprincipled Adven. ltrers. [From an Occatdonal Correspondent of N. Y. Tribune.) IN0u1I1NGTON, February 22.-The condition ur South Carolina is deplo rable. In the days of secession it was the greateit offender. In the days of RteconAtruciion its greatest sufferer. Tio Givernient of the State was furini ly in the hands of an aristoora cy. They were a body of men joal. ous, willful, dogmatic, but high-toued aid honorable. The roll of its repro. sentat ives in Cor.gress for near thiece, quartori of a century, the numes of the civio and military heroes in the war of the Rev, lutiou, shine with a lustre that, is undimmed by coipari 1on wvith the jen of ny other State. True to the ...

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 March 1872

*. ZaO1 Ite:Em. gr Advertisers are requested r hand 'their advortlsbp .efore -el0en o'look, to Insure I-uertion in next (*ysigue. W iugbqio Cot tonAgarket. For the" post two-days 108 bales of COton have been told in this market at -prioes -ranging frow4V to 20} Now Advertivenents. Sprg Go-bde-Woodward & Low. Boot and Shoe Manufaotory-S. M. Gilbert. Election Notioo-P. Oaeot, Clefk. Masonic Meeting Thun'sday night.. Just Received-T. Rt. Robertson. WFlour and Corn-R. J. Mcoarley. Ole New Goods- leaty & Brother, Personi. ' General M. Q. Butler, and Attor ney-Geheral Chamberlain. arrived in Town Monday -morniig, the fornier to assist in the defeice' of W. D. Aiken, the latter to act is Solicitor in the propeoation., Cousrt Itess. In the cabe of the State vs. Joh'i 0. Mackrell, the argument was con. cluded:on Saturday, aud.after bei1g. charged by the Judge, the Jury re tired to their roo,n..nd : aftdr about one hour's delib.vration,.returned into Court with a vei diet ot not ultgy...

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 March 1872

Ballee (or the Goose Is Saoce for the Gander. The Legislature has passed an act for the telief of the widows and or 1.hana of lOitson. killed by the Xu. Klux. The net provides thAt a tax of one half a mill shall he levied in the nino o.,unt les whero the w i t of haoas corpls is -uspi-nded. It also providts that $IL per month shall be paid to ctselh of tuoh widows during their wid.pwhcod, and ,ix dollars per month to e:ech orplhin or fatherless child iuntil they are fifteen years old. il.1 the L-gi [.sture been disposed to ie ju,t as well as generous, they would h4ve remembered that the vidiows in orphans of poor \latt Siovns and D.puty Sheriff, Daniel Smitih, %Oho were brutally murdered by Se .tt's militinl, are still living, and in ver3 indigotit cireicntances. Althoi. .' hey were ntrdeied in cold bl!food by the State militia, with the S-to arm .tl i ere is u-, dotibt that 1-111 I a ,O who were afierwtird.i nil. ie; b,,. the ,j Klix committed th. flml diveels, w# think tho hi-oce-...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 27 March 1872

&v4*xwAw. w Desportes &Wiliams, Proprietor] A Family Paper, Qevoted to Sence Art, iquiry, industry And Oterte rA VOL. VId WINNSBORO, S4 C., WIEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 27, 1872. THEV FAIRFIELD HERALD Ia FUuL1si WiPEKLY Bt DESPORTES & WILLIAMS, Terms.-Tun I19RALO Is publishe(l Week ly in the 'Town of Winnsboro, at 93.00 in ariably in advance. S All transient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 per square. Christabol. BY ZAIDX. "Where art thou, Ilith thy gleaming golden hair, Oluat'ring o'er a brow so fair, Christabel ?" "I am here, In my lont-ly, quiet grave, Where the weeping willows wave, Paul .%dair," "Where art thou. With (hy forehead meek and low, White and pure ak virgin inow, Chretab:l ?" 'Cold and still, [n calm and dreani+as sleep, Where thou comest oft to woop, Paul Aduir." "Where art thou, With thy ature tinted eyes, Stolen from the Summer skies, Chrislabel ?" "Lying low. While upon this lifoless breast, Woven hands are clasp...

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 March 1872

ItIt tAINHIILU HEALRD, Published Svery Wednesday at WINNSBORO, . C, or DESPORTES & WILLIAMS. TRRMS-IN AD VANC. Oue Copy one year, - - $800 ' Ii *e .s ' 6 - - - 1260 Ten ' as . 2600 Boiler Explosion and Loss of Life. The foundry works of John F. Tay Ir & Co.-the PI oanix Iron works were somewh. t de,troyed by one of tle most terrible explosions that ever startled this city. At about 10 o'clock, a heavy report like the sound of distant cannon, was beard throughot the city, but in these days of martial law excited no espe e11l apprehensions ; but soon the air filled *ith rumors of a most terriflo explosion. and our energetio reporter was soon among the ruins of the fine building known as the Phoenix Iron Works. L3 ing in Hazel street was the mu tilated remains of Frederick Barton, a young man of about sixteen years of age, who was employed as fireman at the time of the acident. We under. stand that young Barton was a steady industrious and honest laborer, whose assiduity commen...

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 March 1872

1VA49eu4mes ets. tine#p College-W. H. Sadler dloent. AI(tation--W. M. Nelson. xt'tiotli I-B. D. Schur, Charles tobr8. 0. Stouawall-Gladnoy & Murphy. Winnboro Cotton Market. .For the past week 49 bales ol Cotton have been sold in this market at Orioes -ranging from 19 to 201 eepts. The Colunibla City Election. Mr. . W. Wing has been'noinulat. ed by the Conservatives of Columbia for Mayor, againt John Alexanders the Radical nominee. The eleotion comes off next Tuesday. Inin. We had a continuation yesterday of the late disagreeable weather In the shape of a steady rain all day. Vori. ly we have htd a hard time of it the past. winter, and the Spring does not pr9usise to be any improvement. Union Tines. We ha vo received an Extra of the above journal, which was recently burnt out. The proprietor has pur. chate4. a new out-fit, and will soon re. Buthe "Publication. We wish hiui abundant succesi. Good Tesuplars. We are gratified4 to state that a Lodge of Good Templars has been organize...

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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. — 27 March 1872

[From the Kew Orleans Sunday Times.) Gilles De Retz; OR, BLUE BEARD'S WIVES. - 0 The death, of the first wife of Blue Board caused but little surprise, al. t bough it was sadden and mysterious ; for in tho:e days as well as in our own, people died tf diaouses which puzzle the invention of man for namtis. Some thought it a pity for one so young to leave this pleasant world, Others that it wan a blessed laterpo. ition of Providence, viewing the life she might have dragged on with he iraecible and moody lord--onisidering the pecuniary benefit be reaped by her demise, his show dtgrief was rath. er i emai kable ; he Fbut himself up in his gloomy ub,.do in the most inconso lable atd sullen woe. but in time there was a nitigatiun-the bereaved one set out upon a journey, the pur. pose of which was little known. In forences, subsequently became con elusions that it was to search for Lady )e Retz's successor. It semcia that this monster bad, in his earlier lifo, a tinge of romanco, like botte...

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. — 3 April 1872

7Tt t .1 a T wu in ... ,u , A L I j ?% a notaal :. .1 q L e P - - -- - Desportes Wiliams, Proprietors.] A Fam iy. P evutdd A $cIWtA[[* , t.re- 4 80 (Y 9uT dvno VOL. VI] WINNSBORO.L S. C, WEDNRL -1872 [NO. 41 T [I H FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 PUnLISiED WKFKLY RY DESPORTES & WILLIAMS, Terme.-Tiit I1CRALD 1S pUbILIhei Week ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at, 03.00 in ,ariably in advance. SW All transient advertisement to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 per square. The Beggar Girl of Paris. -0 A Tale of Thrilling Interest. -0 During the "Reign of Terror" in France there were many deeds of daring performed, even by women, and many examploq of 1TfetionF ex. hibited. The very 8ticets of Paris were deluged with human blood, but near the guillotine it ran in rushing torrents. One dark morning an un. usual number of the aristoerncy had been marched forth, and countless hearts rolled rromu the block. A gap ing multitude stood by, and with shouts rent the air as the aristocrac...

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. — 3 April 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HEALRD. Published Every Wednesday at WINNSBORO, S. 0, oy SESPORTES WILLIAMS. TERMS-IN AD VANO. OneP Copy one year, $So0 vivo "o . f 12 . . . 360 Ten " " * 5 200 A Gloomy Account from the 1ex1ican Bor der. A gentleman writing from the Mexican border to a government official in this city Aive quite a gloomy account of affairel in that re. gi-n ofcountry. He states, in oteot thatt to-day may bo seen floating the flag of the revolutionists, and huzzas, )uud and long. may be heard for Dias and his followers. To morrow Jarez is engaged in pulling down the flaunt. ing lie, and tihe revolutionists are franticilly fleeing before the govern. inent forces only to return next day and repeat their acts of violence and vil lainy with greater vigor. The neces. rities of the contending parties osuse themn to be unpleasant and unprotfita ble visitors, and their presence in Arizona naturally brings traffio to a star,dstill. Roaming bands of Mexi. cans cover the country, stealing hor ees...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 April 1872

Dried F?suit-U. 0. Dtsportos& co.i VdiOat& UetIhomi A'ples, &U. U. 0. Despot te,& Co. Just Received- Melbt3 re & Co,,' New Goods--Woodward & Law. Early Rose Potatoes-U. G. Des. portes & Co. We were pleanied to,reoelve a visit from Mr. J. Wallace ninger, General So4tbern Travellin* Agent, of the 10le'atio %GgLziue, pilblihed in New York. Prestmenaest of' Ie- Grand .J.gary. \AVehavS beere inable'tb procure the Pro..entment of the Grand Jury. Solioitor..Shaw ha% i,ig carried it home for exumination. Ve underttand, however, that it has been returned, adire wiil give it tbur readers at Change o Schedule. Under the new schedule of the C. C. & A. R-ill Road, whioh went into operation yesterday, the day traiu from Charlotte will arrive here a few minutes before II A. M. and the day t, bbo 2. P.l M.i The Shedule of the night train re mains as heretofore. Obitnary. We regret to have chronicle the death of Mr. 0. R. Brown, P eitizn of our County, whioh oocurred ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 April 1872

The Danger of Discontent. '00# Ith 6 wis a benevdlOot fWry who h9qgbj Wer.pbop,4 had done Wrotn' in confiulg all their gll to ma1klud Who had long ceased be wortl0 of their glass slppero, ag-o rings, wo9derfql mirrr and pretty little 1660061'i"Alir helirt burned to be of serVice'to the bvkti or#tion to'sho itpped up ''to a qow which TS# gruzing by the wayoile: 'Cow,' a-Aid bhe, 'what do you wish for i1oost-i tHilwhioIO world t ' you tell me, you 'shall have'it. I The fAry was not much bigger tb.ani a -gra.sshpger; a&d tifold cow th,augit tlwin %ery presuwptuous id' her to pretend to have s,) much pow er. '1owever, there i no telling,' thought tlia cow, 'for those little fies that torinent me so much are a great deal smAller than ale is.' And she eni-l : 'it I might have my wish, I would be a bird. I do not like to be tied tip in the barn every night, and never to be allowed to go but into one pasture. The birds have no trouble; t.ey are free and happy. They can fly a%a%y figm da...

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