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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 April 1872

___________itUeLb.t__ Desportes & Wiliams, Proprietora,] A Family Paper; Devoted to Scie.eis' Art, inquiry lndUtj ind Utetature. [Terma--$3.00 or Annum, Iii Advano VOL VIIJ. WINNSBORO, S.C., W INESDAY MORNING4 APiIL 10, 1S72 . [NO; 42 .HE FAIRFIELD HERAID IS PUBLISUED WEELY BA bESPORTIES & WILLIAMS, Term#.-Tum IIRRALD is publishadleek y in the Town of Winneboro, at in. 6: Varia6y in advance. . All transient advertisements to i paid in advand. Obituary Notidafind Tributes $1 00 pei quare. Remembrance. BT ZAID11. A pensi6d Star, n soft and silvery radiftibe beaming, On tranquil waters in the twilight sleep. ing, A anby sail upon the vision gleaming, And earth her solom nightly visions keep. ing. An island lone, Upon the lakelots star-gemlid bosom slumb'riog, Its wave-washed shore the dresbent moon revealing, And flow'rets with thelf' rragranoe, zephyrs c'umb'ring, While distant convent bells were softly bealing. A mosey d0l, And maiden fair with golden ringlets flow ing, An ea...

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. — 10 April 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HEALRD. Puiblished Every Wednesdiy at W1N.NS13ORO, S. C., Bny DE'pOR'ES & WILLIAMS. -0 TAIRMS-1N AD VA NCR. Oug Copy one yen, -' - $ 8 00 *Ive %, ' " - - - 12 60 Teni ' - 26 00 Attacked by u Wha'c. The Montercy, California, Demo cat, of Maich 1t6i says : .Thursday noonl tile noeW company (1ortugese 0halors) had an eneounter with a wilio, ublici onme nigi furnishing us with a fi.t class-class item. Being inl purs,uit of i school of California" Gte)p, one of the boats had mado fAst to '.1n.1 killed onle of the largest of them \vhen ocei rel tin incident which is VI df tihe,, rarest, though possessing pier enough (Itosy t holdest of bt.ter.;. With the fiereclness of a tiger oix of thle other hales turned fromi his filih: 111. C.Ime ch:riging at th,.- bo"t. head of). I Io di Ved ja.it. as lie r'.el'cd it, aId a.ing lJLIeIth, tsirm-k it %i ti his4 tail and, stove it (te,u Io' t w(e 1W.1n1, not the tail.) S, v, i t4 the in i received severo coLa'.io' m.nd I boattI at tih...

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. — 10 April 1872

Qithedule of V4 V. & Ai Rag Road. Trains golnf North-'-leave at f.45 P.M. andI A. l. / Tiains 'goin4 South-leave af10.45 M. and 11.80 P. M. Make a Corre'ctoiu, friend Courier. The Charleston Courier of Tuesday last says. Mr. 0. It. Brown Pro proprietor of Brown'siotel, is dead. This is a mistake. Mr. 0. R. Brown wasformerly the p)opr?etor, but the present propi6otor is iarous . Brown Esq. le is not dead, and 'o hope will live to enjoy an extrem6 old ago. New Advertiseuents. Attentiot is called to the new ad. vortisements of several of our mer bantile friends. Now is the time to lay in summer supplies. Groceries are cheap, and a choice and teuipting stock is in town. Prices are sure to be higher later in the season, and it is advantageous to purchaso now. 'at' tronize all, and you will make no one nies. Sheriff Sale-L. W. Duvall, Sher. iff Fairfield County. .pring Goods-8. S. Wolfc; Sale of Mortgaged Land--W. iR. Robertson. Lost-Apply at this officod. License Notice-J. S. Stewart...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 April 1872

The Lost Pleiad. -:0: "A Star would be a flower. Lost night there came to mIle in the ftill daikness a little bird, and pereb. Ing itselt on my pilb.w it. s-ng sweet songs to me. Atid this is oie r.f them. Lon1g, long ago, ah evnrybody kw.s, thero were seven Pleiads, sis t C rs. Likten, and t will tell of th dIII. Vrmtures of that ofh which omei say Is )o,t. Th seven sisters lived happily for any y'ors, 'msleeping by day, and by Iight playing hide, and seek behind tolft olouds that fliated over the sky, or binlging tle sweet star-musio which mortals canuot 1itt afier many thousand years of Lappinles,, dise.mlent crept into the Ie1t of tie largest a1nd bi'ightest of the seven. She was tired of being a star :iol wished to changn places with one if' he, fiair cousins, tihe floweris. Moreover, she loved ia zephyr. 8mar.i li.l wooted her vainly. Hor love was lix:d u1poln tho Liy, light breoz that roved in the garden o'er which I-he so of-en shonle. So at laIst she slipped mlway. It Was V...

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. — 17 April 1872

-A* . Desportes & Wiliamsl' PrOnetoi1i] A Family Paper, Devoted to -4Iefn0: Art, IfiqUirv, Industry aod Litratft Trms--$300 uer Annutn, Ii Adano VOL. VILI WINN810HOR, g. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, APIL 17, 1872 [NO. 4it? TiI I 4 FAIRFIELD HElAtD IS PUB.181H9D W ii.kL BY DESPOR10S & *MLLIA14g, Terms.-Tits HERAL 1s published Wiik y in the To*n of Virinsboro, at 013.01 it bariably in advance. *6 All transidat advertisemebls to be paid in advande. Obituary Ndtides and 'Tribu(e $1 DD ber kquare. Mroin Ous Cotiliit COs'rsx pond14enit. COi.UMIA, 8. I. April bth. "We have met the enewy, and we are his'n." Last Tuesday the ebtirb itadibal ticket was elNted by a large majoti ty. For this teteral gnod reations thay be given. Firbt. There are nore negroes than whites in Columbia. 8eeondly. There are more rusonls than honest men Columbia. Thirdlyi All the honest men didn't vote, and all the rascals did. The first of these three facts was well known before the election. But it was hoped that ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 April 1872

1HL -AIRFIELD HEALRD, VI'nh'1il Every Wednlesday at JYNNSBORO, S. C, BY DESPO@RTES & W ILLIA Ms4 TRN.ElRisx.1 ANC-Ax 0(,I Copy oCe y11. -- $ 3 00 Five " .' " - - - . 51) All Arlurs PSromI litre. C).- v.'ry sal.'rs penin., ini the d.'g. d . 1 V I I i -r eIm. . the jaIrt I e t "L Ir. III ", lir t f.,fr at:I I. r - voyid Lhe wuuAoiled tribte to. ap. ) I .ose ; it. (4C e .-lnn it-i1. sf tle fifth, Uh bI 1.e wep1t f)vr th II'Wily of C,r dI , cIIt vey V I C :gt t. "oft in fecti-on. A ,t i itre : m m , to dih ;I ato.i.0hm e1C.t, of all pi.(sen't, hist fac z, ' ,t 11 - w chiractr, aid hi6 wiole f.e u)Jclred agitated by a n. w11 . NV I IL wait nut Irigic, it wlq, vi,bdlIItly anu d12 vC, or to Alspprees a I h . I in r N .ew e .d s tile o lI t. te d1.. loile. ip.peard to be0 Ifftgvt cd il th "11nW I nIAIjIIer, t&IIl thu btIeau' tewus C'>Ielia, wV.H la.j'w, exteidedl 4on 1a critusen~,I ciuch'1, openin i eyesVV to sOi It, Ie01CIAII,cyni th nrupIn see' wVi:l 4-ce'lAite .1 14i 111(cri u...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 April 1872

TAcol. 'Eterx3M. belvedule U. C. & A. Rtail Road. Trainsioing North-leavo at 1.45 P. M. and 1 A. M. Trains going South-leave at 10.45 A. M. and 11.30 P. M. New Advertisenents. School Notice--W. 13. Peake. Masonic Meeting Thursday night. Notice to Executors, &o.-W. M. Nelson, Judge of Probate. Town Ordinance -D. R. Flenniken, Clerk. Wanted--Apply to S. Wolfe. New and Attriotive Ariivals-D. Lauderdale. Farmers Store-0. R. Thompson. FreFh Arrivals-Beaty. & Bro. New Goods-Woodward & Law. Juet to Hand-G. A. White. Mules. Mr. Gooding has just received a lot of the finest mules ever offered in this market. Railroad Convention. Tlhe convention of stockholders of the Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Rai'road, will be held at Charlotte, N. C., on Wednesday the first day of May next. Crumbs li. ..Geo. Bushybead, Chief of the Cher. olice Nation, registered at the Co. lumbia Hotel recently.1 One of the exciting events in Char leston on Wednesday was a fight b,e tween a fox and a b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 April 1872

1.Uses, but have, after ull, no home, for Home's not merely four Fq1marO w0ls. Thogh with piciotuCres hu4g and gilde; HoTn1 is whwre iffeelionl Cat l8, Filled ivi, shrnitheheart hns builded. A howiekeoper is one who mnakos till the wnys and convenienc3 of the ho use con1duco to the comforts of the in. mitteR. Sho will allow the mtuebers of the househol. tQ Wild Oach.. 0 shriA e' indVilVltr A aN asa ceJ' bi. cause it is a shrine to the one who has builded it. The daughter is not call ed an idle thing becaus she wishes to know her tune, and gna vtytfully to wtrd iih horizon ; nor is flhe son re pioved if he shall slam around, and wish he wis anywhere but idling at hom 1 ra1u1illy the housekdepor will qietly aid tho firht to suaroh for bean v tliis'fido the horion, and that boy il lin4 a vet fur*is activity without seeing ho \as gently lud to it by ant overpeqing love. A houlo ' that is' b(s:icd with a houseketep-r han an inflaunce that. event straoors feel. They receive that rest whic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 24 April 1872

q1 All -A-ae tm sa -A 4 - VOLG VI1* WINNS1OROw S.., EDNESAY MQRINTG, A PR][L 24, 1872. [NO. 4M n4 TH1E FAIRVIELD HERALD to rUnLSIKnm WhIPP.r tit 1019sP019112 & W 1LLIA1111, Terme.-TUtiI itlitAb 1 publisedIR Week y in the Town of Wiunsbors, at 63.00 in fariably it adiance. XW All transient advertisements to be pad in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 O per eq vare Our 106soMI' Correspodendst. ROCT COMFORT, Mo.i. M troh 28tb, 1872. I observe that Governor Soott, the IcOhio Adventurer and "Bond Thief," continues to perpetrate his infamous outrages upon the peaceable white citizens of S. C. Robber Killer 8ott, has so disgraced the offBe he occupies that he finds but few who are willinC to take him by the band and they (who are bought for a mere iness of porridge,) are unequalled even among the famed briganids of Italy. A few more military orders, a few more assessitonts, and the worthless, treacherous imbeoile, who has wielded the scepter of power, and who has held the key o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 24 April 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HEALRD, Published Evory Wednesday at WLVNSBO-1O, S. C., Ily DESPO'RTES & WELLIA MjS. TERNS-IX ADfjVA NC. Otte Copy one year, - $ 8 0( -Vo l" 126( T -" " - 250 .The Ku Kilux Trials -Eighth Dty. I'Oeqiighth daybfthe Ku Klux trial vagspontilm the oaio of the United ttesavs. EI"nglish R-ss.Soplaug h, in. dieted for conwpiracy and muider of Thomits l -mitreb, in York couaty, , .tbe tilid D-.cember, 1870. The .1ofuendant was represented by J. F $iOehe, E q. Tho pr,,cecdivgs in- th( case were unm3ial in connexiou with the imputling of the Jury. u hor UY]or Tiou,; S. iill.i oatno forward to ho sworn 1s a juryman, ho wal pubjected to a long and searching ex inati a by Mijor Corbin and Ma jor Merrill. %lajor Mills was asked ij he was a member of the Ku Klux KMau. lie was n1so queftioned mini. lely as to tho Chester afrtir. 'ITe (fifyrt of t,he G.iernment was to con 3jeet 'Major M ills with Iho con,piracy ill(question, and thu to seiire his ro ject ion 0s a juryitain. Tho cou...

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. — 24 April 1872

SchedIu*c , V. . & A. Raft; o'agIng -ortii-leave at 1.45 P. 1. and I A. M. Trains going South-leavo at 10.45 A.il.un 1189P.M. Pofy's TiAt for ligh. There is a man in,. Town so far sighted that be can see a hilf mIle throtgh an inch plunk, and tell the time of day ini Washington. New Adverti,emaxents. Jpjtt-eeived-T. R. lt~Aerto$. latonio Ieeting Thursday night. C. C. & A. Rail Ituad-C. Bouk nighit, Secretary. New Goods-J. 0 Bug. . Notioo--J. S. Stewart. tp'ring and Suimmer.-McMarter & Brice. Millinry-Mrs. J. 0. Boag. Just Received-Beaty & UMo. Melutyre & Co. These gentlemen have just received a fre,lh lot of nice thing, wIl'I tbey sell oheap. Read their advertisc muent. A Uig uisliness. Odr faiiend, Mr. F. Elder, is cer tainly doing a big buhines, as he de. servos to do. He has given us an order for ton thousand Bill Heads. "Bully for him." A Good Summer Drink. Take a tumbler half full of corn whiskey, then pour it itto another tumber, Then fill the firat tumbler...

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. — 24 April 1872

It was a cold dismal evening in I Novembi-r th.it two laborers might Vave b olsei w Nring town. Slowly they rrocecded with d*je coLutenances not exchanging 0rd untllt16 62bt Wdh we agh f all Smith halted before a netu use and unlatched tho gate. Tn aIt fesy I'lt his companion iurmured, 1 ust trust in God, Smith,' 'Yes,' he articulated gloomily, and going to the cradle took up the x Wicks' old baby and sorrowfully pre ' 4 it to his heart0 . 'I do % ish -you *ould nut thai thild dwn'ab'dgdt reiidy for. supperi, . imd his wifa after enduring oominess for some time. H1e slowly obeyod, and seated hit 4elf st the table with a sigh. (Q'Whet,n the werld ii. the, matte wth yo,p to-.night V.6he .akek4, as s4e d down opposite him..i .His voice trembled as he replied,'1 Auppose you Inight as well know first siolast. I.have been disobargod. i, C"Tbere !' exclaimed his wife, quick - Atpushing back her chair ; 'just whi I Inight have expeoted, T I'd liko p khow what we are going to do no Winter co...

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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. — 1 May 1872

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Dev9tod oto, Scinpq, A qt rdir, Industry andy Uterature [Terms--$3.00 ner Anluin In Advano VOL. VII.]. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNES%AY MORNING.MAY 1,1872. INO. 46 TH E FAIRFIELD HERALD is rUBLISIRD WKEKLT BY DESPORTES & WILLIAMS, Terms.-Tusa IIRALD is published Week y in the Town of Winnsboro, at $3.00 in wariably in advance. AW All transient advertisemehts to be paid In advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 per square. Despair. DY ZAIDER. A pilerim honry on hhj tilsome way, 'Neath a tropio sun on a burning day, In a desert dreary compelled to tay, No sancred shrino to enliven his view, No etiling oRsis refreshed with dew, No waters of Meribah, bright nnd pure. HItottering feet refused to bear, IiN trembling form overburdened with care, And parched by the d-sertP oppressive air, A victim to the Simoon's fatal breath, The wayfarer's being but few pulses bath, And his glazing eyes 1row dimmed in death. A mariner lone on 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. — 1 May 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HEALROs Published Every Wetnesday at WVNSBORO, S. C1 BT DESPORTES & WILLIAMS. YkRM8-yIN AD VANCE. cue Copy one yeal, $ - . o00 Five " '' "' - - 1200 Ten I t e " - 2600 The Great Tornado. O%, Tbailday afernoon last the Inost violent tornado, whirlwind, or something of the kind, passed over this unfortunate town, leaving des truction mnd desolation Is its train. The. dtLy had been an unusually mild and balmy one, scarcely a cloud float jng i the sky, until about four o'clock in the afternoon, when t dense black cloud was seen rising in the west. It rteadily and rapidly approached, overonsting the whole heavens with its itsidnight pall. The wind began to blow furiously, accompanied by vivid fl,.shes of lightening and deaf ening peals of thunder. Suddenly an awful, ominous roaring was heard in the West, and in a few moments the storn bad swept past scattering every. thing in its pitb, except the most sub. stantial buildings. So far as we have been able to learn the des...

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 May 1872

Nw Advertisements4 Hay and Corti---eaty & i1ro. Candy I. Candy !.I--U. G. Des portoo & Co. New Furniture-MouItyre & Co. Eatrays-H. Edmunde, Trial Jus. tice, Ridgeway, S. 0. Sellediule C. C, & A. RsS1 Road. Trais going North-leave at 1.45 P. 1. and I A. M. Tralus going South-loave at 10.45 A. M. und 1 30 P. M. Ansunal Ila-ade oo lOse De partanent. The annual parade of the Winnsbo ro Hook and Ladder Company No. 1, takea place Thursday ofternoon, 2nd May. 'We hope to see a full tau out. Survivor's Association. We have reoeived copies of the pamphlet, embracing the Proceedings of the 3d Annual Meeting of the As sociation, held in November last, and the address of General Jubal A. ERar ly, delivered on the oension. gyr Gen. M. W. Ransouin, of N. C., Democrat, has been seated in the U. S Senate. That body bas now every seat occupied, for the first time since 1860. 1 . Large SaIe' of'Gisaioand Stock We learn from authoritative soure es that five hundred and fifty tons of Gu...

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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. — 1 May 1872

The Last lanco. - )uiing the occupancy of the City of Mo.cow by t-he French army, a party of officers and soldiers deter wined to have a military levee, and for this purpo.e chose the deserted palace of a nobleman. As the sun went down they began to assemble. The women who followed the fortunes of the French army were decorated for the oocasion. The gayment and noblest of the army wore there, and merriment reigued over the crowd. - During the dance the fire rapidly approached them ; they saw itcoming, but felt no fear. At length the building next the one they occupied was on fire. Coming to the windows, they gazed upon the billows of fire which swept the city, and then re. turned to their amusements. Again and ag,tin they left their pleasures to watch the progre.s of the flames. At length tho dane ceased, and the no cessity of leaving the scene of merri 1PTent became apparent to all. They w,pre enveloped in a flood of fire, and they gazed upon it with deep and awful solemnity. At 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. — 8 May 1872

IK W1 Q I f k Desportos'& VW711 SLropHietord,.] * A Family Paperp' Devoted . o' fcenco,' Art, TnquIrV, Ibidustrya~n r*OLUe m,Tns~30 orAn~ nAvn VOL.VII. .. I. lNNSO9, S.C,W DNESDAY MORNIG A ,17.(O4 TIM. FATM'IgLD HERALID. Is PUnL;S11KO WKFKLY n DESPORTES & WILLIAMS, eine. -T it m It Ita r.a pub lihtlil Week. y in the Town of Winnsboro, at 53.00 in. var-ply.(i ads-anie; 4* All transieut advertisemenis to be paid in aidvtnce. Oinuary Notices and Tributes $1-00 per square. Tiol'Clorlntatl Couveillon. CINCINNATi 0., May I -A smill arm oitir mitit for the P,re-irdent or t h- Cinvetiom, W.S1 ocelpied r-y JAhn Ad ia whon lie sigined the Dti' arifon of Iilependen1.. It is quito plain, blaek. with gilt deoora tions, und uphtAsLred in snuff color ed reps. A russ hand stAitloned near tin door'of the St. L iis, io pla ing and S;giials the gentral entrank-e of dele. gates ; amoug n hem are several ottlor,% e.1 mon frot Southern- Smnes. The floor of the 11all is nearly il ed by delegates. ...

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 May 1872

Published Every Wednesday at WINNSBORO, S. c., BT DESPORTES & WILLIAMS. -0 TERNS-IN ADVANCA. On op;yggyear, -. . 8 00 Five "P'"! - 1 60 Tea 'a ,j- no510 By a Joet received by a gentle m119n of this city yesterday, which was cdVflrlned b pasengei Y on the Wil. wii)gton, Uimlotto and Rutheiford .Railroad, yetterday aftorinoonl., we have the fad intelligence of the death of Col. F, M. Visbairr, of Rubeson county, who was murijered by the the outlAwi on Tliursday itoruiiig. We give the partioularsof this bloody trigedy an far ts they have come to band. It Seems that the outlawssent a tnesaago to Col. WishAurt, inl the early pait of Nast week, endeavoring to tanke an appoint tinit to meet hiim (Mn Tuesday, but for ajie cause or other lie deelined to accede to their regeq.t. They uUbtjueitly met Iii at Nlk' *a neck andi re.sque.ed a private tkcineview with hi.,, 1 behind a certail Lbuildiig there, whiclo L granted, on enlidition that lie should tweet A idrew Strong alone, and that Ste...

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 May 1872

Mestrd. W. R. ClarAseon und 1iobt, Martin have boon veldeted by the Town Council to police the Town. Our '-Devil" Bays the Town is now "Garrisoned.'i Very goo(. New Adveitienentm. Notide to Ordditors-S. B. Clow. ney, R,fereo. 0ominunileatfon o "C. 1i Attentidn is malled to the coimii nication, of "C. I." publiahed in this issue. The questions propounded are certainly portitietit o0sen, alid are en titled to proper (onsideration. Stochiolder's leelaig. Tho oonvention of the ttooklolder'h of 0. 0. & A. I. U., n%hich was called to meet at Charlotte, N. C., last Wed. ne6day, failed to obtain a quorum. and cneumequently nothing of a busi hess nature was doie. [Inder thd oharter of the company' the present administration hold over until the next annual meeting. Incendariem sit work. We regret to learn that the gin. houre of Mr. R. E. Ellition, jr., was dotroyed by fire yesterday m)oraing about 3 o'clook, supposed to be the 1york of an incendiary. Jr. Eilison's los. is 400 bushels cot ...

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 May 1872

Lost in the Snow. -0 The fattier and motbor of IIannah Leo lived a in small cottage on the edge of a wvildScottibh moor, severul miles distant from any other dwo ling. Like the children of most poor people in tha pountry bie. labored hard Al the week at a neighboring house, going hono at the cloise of the week. One cold Saturday night, in mid %vintor, she left her mnt;ter's house ts Sc0 a11s the rim of the great 111oon made its appearalce above tie hoii 201 ; 11el, all by herself, slo ti pp ed. alolog benleath the betuties of tle. silent heavets. A" he tr,,veled onwards, shl sang to horself a onig, a hymn,or a psalm, and ever and anlon he10 t(pped to tl y to counit the stals that l;y ii 011o moe01t beittlfiful I Irt, of th1e sky, or g .eil on enislellationls th:t :,Iet kiw, filnd C:JlIed 1. -1), in her j.,y, boy the te nameb they boro amuig the she. he rdci. Aud a he slepped ailon, ale thought.'A bor own little fi 3i:.e, cud of heOld paiei'is waditing fir lt.r, whilo tht, snmw di,nr...

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