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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 January 1867

FRIRMI . fesportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, inqUiry, Industry and LiteratUr'e * elm~$~OprAnuI daic VOLJ 1] 'W IN N I B 011, . C.2 WEIDNESD/kY MORNING, QJANUARY 16.u FAIRFIELD HERALD Is Pn1.tidt'1.) w Ettc Im.Y hny DESPO{RES, W .L~ A MS & (0. Terms.-Tus 11 FirALD is publishel Week ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at $3.00 in vareably in advance. ir All tra'isient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Nutices and Tributes $1.00 per e 3 uare. PART OF EVE'S BPEEJH TO ADAM. PAltADIsR LOST, BOOK IV. That day I oft remember. when from sleep 1 first awak'd, apd found myself repos'<l Under a sivido oJ flow'rs, much wond'ring *here And what. I was, when thither brought, and how. Not. distant far from thence a murniuring sound Of waters lssn'd from a cve, antd spread Tato a liquid plain, :utd stood tiinoy'd, Pure as ti' oxpause of heavu: I thither went With unexperiene'd thought. and' laid me flown On the green bank, to look into 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. — 9 January 1867

Speeoh from General Boaurogard. Oin I he arrival of the Congressional exour sion party at New Orluns, on tie 28th ult., tile tollowinig dispatola was ent L- the New Y ork Herald : 'ithe Congressional oxci8rsionists, escorted by several of t1e citizens of Moemphis, do parited du tho reg-.'-tr train of thso Missis. hippi and Teannsaoo Iailroai, and on ar rivin1g at Canton were iet by Gon G. T. 11cauregarl, President of tle New Orl'ean and Jackson Railroad. I'lo Gonoral dticiarr. ed that le was in favor of a cons'olidatted Gover4nent, ias the w-ar had etlfed Ithe question of S Itt rights, lald thlit it' it Wits in hit power he woult not restore slavery in saying this he betoi,- von lie expressed the se intents of the Hghting men of the South. We have not recei ved ourt N w Orleaus ex ehianges of Ia stnficiently ]lte date to aseer tain whtetler the above sttete:it id correct, IItu we doubt it The following cominent of the lferld, al lhouglh there i oae truth in them, most certninly inis...

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. — 9 January 1867

Cable Duspatohos. LONDON, January 7.-It is said that the (overnmeNt o' (reat ritain aid France htaVe Coie to a mutil agre Imentoilt to interfere in the differ ences het ween Urecec and the SubliIe Porte, unless llu'ssia ishould undertakic to interfere. Advice.s from the Mediterranean Ito that the Consul of the United States in the idlIId of ( imd ia refu.~es to recognize the blockdle of Canudia by the Turks, because of alleged inef iciency. The health of the Empress Carlotta hals Improved. A balnquellt Was given on SaIturday by the Royal 'lamae Yacht Club to the Amrlicitain yacihters, it which vpueebes were made ex.ir-owire of most cordial feclingsi towards the lnited States. Lord Alfrl ied Paget presided. NOws Items. WAsiINoToN, 1auary 0. - TIe President's veto of the negro suffrage bill was considered int tite Cahinet, oil F ridIy. All the mewhers emelored it, except Ftanto, , who arg" that I Congress has a right 0 to leilate thus for the District of Colmbia. Gier al (rinit w' pre...

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. — 9 January 1867

- Poetr7-. KIND WORDS,. DY w.M. IBAXTER. Kind Words! 0, what a potent spell, D)wells in 11hos3 childrent of lie s11t11 To sootho tihe hIeart by sorrow pierced, Arrd rule it h) % unir sweet control. Like acoents from an itigel's tongue, learing a mess.. go 'roin I he sky, Theiy comlie; aild sorrow 4urns to joy, And smuiles reprctt(s ithe risilig sigh. Kind words! how llessedt are the lips Whence fall (he words o' peace antul love They Ep-ak, c'en whilo on earth below, Tholanguagoe they sl:ill speok niholve. 'Twis (hu (lie blessed Saviour spoke, When wearily our carth he trod, And kindly hIe is calling still, Frot carth and ain, to lcare and God. Kind words ! 0. cartI like heaven wotiA be. And sweet wouild le our fellowship, if kind thoughts dwelt in every heart, And kind words filloweol every lip I For olt Ibr throgh all eteritiy, In heaven thore inever will be heard, To break its glorioiis hartiony, A bitter or an itikind word! Kind words I they fall, front 1ps we love, 1,ike evenin...

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 1867

Desportes, W & Co Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Torms---$3.00 per Annum In Adv e VOL. 1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNE $DAY MORNING, JANUARY 16, 187.N TIfE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS l'Cni.1i1 JsD WE.EK.Y l'Y )ESPORTESN, WIUA MI & C0. Termys.--Tim listpq.%m L; published- Week ly in the Town of Winnshoro, at 63.00'in varcably in uloaunce. g All transiont. advertisemients to be pniti in advance. Obituary Notices And Tributes $1.00 per quaro. Selected Poetry. Fro theu fs C/har leston Mer',cury. J IN VINOULIS, Jiraver. now that tlopo soems dend. Than when her banines, liecked with red, To hostile brecz ms first. were spreatl ; lrave Carolina! Girander, now that all seems lrof, Than when ,he reoked nol Cre not Cost, lut, dwIn the gage of battle tet; rand Carolina I 'oker now her childrenm, far, .Tin ere ltho purple h:oils of var )fad clasped It lpalli4 Sit hern Stnr ; Pure Uarotina I P'roildor now, whenl sad nid lorn, Than in her free...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 16 January 1867

Eort Societies at the- South -Important Roport of tho Ohief fte Unitod States Detective Polico. The followin.4 report onl tho ubject of xecret rebel astovintions, made 1o Ooigress iy the Chief of the UnIted States IDetective orece, will be ted by our reader8 with 'inter. est and wonder: WVasIRIOToN, Januar:1y -5. 7'o he aoinrable the Seaiutors and .eimbersof ( he louse qf Irpreet(tire : o(NTvi.exih : Oil the first of Septim er lt, muy tt1ention 'hadin4jg been idretled by the Soutetttri correspodtlence fi lie TIrilun -, and niumcreus other Northern .journals, to the tllegeti O)ieIctnen oi :'eeo't cie itis in the Wae rebli STates, for lhe purpose (of evadiig the 1 %ws of 1110 (overnimont or li. United btates, and keeping up at decip. liined organiza tion to be usaoi'ts it inoleis in A relowed att em pt to wVztrlbr'ow tle lov ernment, no soon aq the said Wtaes hae ntlloiiently recovered I heir ntterinl strength I conimnienated to his Excellency the Preltident ily intpression I lt t Ihe...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 16 January 1867

Latest by Telograph, Witahington News. \4 S~nKorro. Jani. 1.1.-Associate J ti 4iee 1"itdd to-daky delivered his opin iou of the4 United Stues SuprmeCO Court inl the )lis. souri test, oaith eal1se. John (u u intiiis, a Roman Catholic priest, who wus indicted for proaching and teaching withiut toking the oath pro serihed by tho 00oustitution of the State, beiig plaintiff inl crior of the 0urt decide tlei .t.e.t. oath inl this Case nst itutional, it beinig in nature of pn111islmieint without trial nItd inl its character e x post facto. -Th11e judg ment of the court below is reverse.l wvith directions tihat the plainitiff shall depart without delay. Associate Juis tioe. Field also dllivered an opin ion of tle court in tie exparte cases of Gar. 1a1 an and M arr who hia vinii& t ken a part inl tho relollion, ask tol re-ad-. ittod to pralt ice. The court hold that as the statuto imposes a pmlsi Init which may 7ot have been pan ishiablo A, thle tiano Clho olfoneec was Committed; it is i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 16 January 1867

lii thu Now.; wad tfvit.fd. LA. AR US' '.'wtt night r"1. I~ilSileatut' re le dI ill Jhilaiy. Ili t hit h'::If1 clime. )]:I (ll t 10 y. The11 .M1,ai f (t OIivv.j. MOIa It'11DIIiI9Cits , cat 1:tdo dark~f tlt'htptI) thev I fill- hel'w. Wherce Iit-11 CI llwckd w17ill[ g(IOYd~*ii '1112 ivinuih F1,1111...~wp Itsid t The nddhL rshUmIncl '''The g';d of' Aee bW 'tipved Iii i thlvit h' c1 On we12 vary I: i'jtip .1tv . nut i(i i.ingla io powet'r. I 1t'sjIlca viff i l.'r c onet'i llI, it ) ~It ' Ii II I ..\fill cftttv'2O ii imloedDC , w'id : 'iiuiveritig lip, Ast gi tcrkd ha tve2it 1 N11 Pt reu', Il atlh Theju low -allmn"f %lati C'cltod .11 her' .9te Wtith biDcIDl IfltL'di , frli ho-~ fietr* no.I 6114y'1 "---1110IJ. Hiu', 11ttli (,):I('. t ff13'I1 fe.o' I.-P M;(D t;iD)' :If tvit !.vr 2tk Na dXif( ili have10 ully It 1"k, i lk01121 goklI' tii I 1113e Upon myC~ t: tthgf1I vt tevii. k6)fo t! vvt' I 11, tt 1 LlL 10113 14t MeIeso O O"lyvF~caWN WuV am(1 ho ft. ' 77 'IN M ae uti d'Clit --111 it aiI i' ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 23 January 1867

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors,] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms--4300 per Anun, In Advance. VOL. 1.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JAN UARY 23, 18G7. [NO. 31. TILE FAIRFIELD HERALD D ESPORTES, WILLIAMS & (10. 7ere.-Tse llhftAm) is publishel Week ly in the rowit of Winnsboro, at, 63.00 in varrtaI2t in iadmunce. 10jy- All transient advertiseinente to bo paid in advanoeo. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per Selected Poetry. WOULD I? Do you think If I'd a haby Tliat I'd let him pull mv hair ? Do you think I'd put on collars Just to let him toil nnd tear? Do you think I'd call it :iretty Whon he bitos his litt.lo toe? Yet I have known sone silly mothers, With their babios, do just so. Do you think I'd set him crying Just to meo his cunning frown ? Do you think I'd set, him walking Just to see him tuu ble down ? Would I call my baby prelty, When he'd neither tooth ior Iuir? Yet. ['ve known some silly mot hvrs, W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 23 January 1867

rAl JiI'I.FL.D IIERALM .Pi1..:*~~aill '"'iiuboio, 114 , N60 j !e . ij*' l t I '.''i'i'.'v ' c:111 111.*1rd to) dc) v.'i oul. Jo'b W3~ '3.3 i ig it 11 W , .01 C M ii i i',n4 is re mo'itat, onily) $.00 n(3) yifli. -I al313,ci'. TlO tile gelitleutall sendl i not~ii Ilhe Ii114r HotL uf mu33&he'Iil'i' Whil tht cn'de Wui ""a ill'~ g i 3' a i i iulk zo li Im Id IL A1.1, of (-v~~~e'i ti3'n nppovcdI i' . ipol Ag. 1-ii-Ili, l. Iills' wai1h flit) 0. ; oil '3lI~iili l 4)' totis Mt lilliity ve Ole Is'l3 '1' 1i, ) TOi thei .kiil~liia.'3 rh-I li'l;, nslitte Iic',i. Ijl NIg" lisi, we 0 ill givYe 1%% 1 ciolien 01 lol 1 11:iC L Air vu ~ 'ii . 'eir at VI ( . '3 i it (-tIv hll un une ur the 3Mu 3353~ d kevmvs weI' ofI' I he' i i~ tll-cc) ~ Ieth r (.1 idiu IQ3304313 u: e i1iiii15 I. ?T 3p31 =uI 113311. Fill sci 1) lil ~t: i wI ll i ve~ l iget 1111 'pmn All iuv im it! htevi~~ iiti is le I 31 )J~ eielI title.3: 'I'l tileu :3d Iiit t C h !Ilini. , %%A! V .Iii i le llkl W il Ii ' , (" 1 31 - iY i te. -)...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 23 January 1867

LUioA by I dographl Nov! It0111. C 1 1i tt1ec of .1 iiv.i t t jl oft il ell~ i oas~eidi tt 'IPlulas an ,d tile 8curetary of WVar and t he filju ke-cuntsfi- n ncri)-cery !,airt or NL'~ leoi tilia orr ,ivaoru Qir aiitoay Th (iQoj froiii '1ab a o 8 l Il y to liips tol t).'li ed 0" Vjti W.. to t HO .~ siv c1' 1$ NIlii .1! 1501 va1t , itol I t 11 )Iotii ' 1 19hoiot The Iiw M1 1110S ~ Ii l a i lil A~ t is 11 deeper f~r than (jozi mun 3w c.WN I lietwlaiifv0 ret~t deep oii ily R iI Ni. calio~ ier, i isjtro - v-,IlhiP-v s:yi(loplitest theiir Mastly ifavor 1120 (lt0ir ear~siultoft Ax rs 6r t hettr 1111 ot i I ti.: l t it;a and fiti .- b ar-10 Illillt aII l ulon and urieh gu 1 0 io 1ih . ie &nt to com25~a toiii fom At (Age" well beIr OlijlI-iiu ilShi Cioria ittu lh ok u' oi it ( ulli li sa.1112 ( i gol -atCli tb1111 ilv i l tho 1111lar -- Go Iiisbeneur. J. i L 4- tlcr0. ill tzI iiWl illti who' i . t%0v ti ffpt Ix. till 11, 1 1 i II . oy; t ,( S.N t- I tt s ~ ~ j All th ;ilreldO 6.20 he 1)0...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 23 January 1867

Selected Poetry. AZUTBRARY .uRIOSITY, The poont helow, which was first publish ed in t he Kickerbooker JMagasine, Is Iade u p of single lines from twenty-five tnglish and Amerioan poets, beginning with L fnellow and ending with Byron. It would take some time to affix each writer's name to his line or lines, though the majorit-y are, of course, well known: --"Pearls at random strung, By future poets shall be sung." -The night has come, but. not too soon; Westivatrd the couso of enspiro takus its way I Te banks and bracs of Donnie Doon I Blue spirits, and white, black spirits and gray. "Ilocked in the cradle of the doop, Old Ciasper's work wias done; Piping on hollow ree-ls to his pent sheep, Chargo, COester, charge I On, Stanly, on! ''There wits a sound of revelry byf niglht, On Linden. lhen hI le suti was ow A voice repied far ill the height, Tall oaks frIom little noorns grow. "What if a little rain shonl.I say, I havo not loved the worl.1, nor the world me : Al I well a day I Wood...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 30 January 1867

Desportes, Williams & Oo., Proprietor. A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquir Industry aid Lit VOL. 1.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANtJARY 3n,18 . M.""C[ 3 2. F !.- * -w i 0 FAIRFIELD HERALD 1.s Pt'H.1LU-011o wEEI-:ty M, DESPOITE:4, WrtILIAMS & CO. Ters.-Tu .11KInAI. i4 l publiIshIM Weik jy in the rown of Wjinsbor.j, at. 83.00 in vareably in adonnen. jrgy- All transiient avertisements to be pali in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per 'luare. Selected Poetry. A PATRIOT IF YOU SU0EED---A REBEL IF YOU FAIL, nY PT:TR L:l'PInConN. Oet three glass eyes: And ike A scurvy politician, scorn To see the things 11:0to dost not. King Lear, Act Iv : ScenO G. Where the Elizabeth and James Their flowing streams unite, Wilhin tile Fortress of Mouroo A pyitared ihe otler night A ghost; but darned if I tan stato How he got in ; at. any rate lie walked straightlway to Carroll Hlall Atd gave I he door a lap, Which roised tile dronsy scoinel Out. of' his dreaiuny ...

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. — 30 January 1867

PEOSP.EO'TUS FAIRFIELD H.ERALD Published In tnnbor o,.80 i If A ID iws been greatly Inproo. . t i n[>pe :iranci 11e, 11d the Publishers no1n de01r0 niil to I( tilkl i , a1 l'.ut.%ly and Distnietcl paper thlat.. no citizen, identifiedI wiit then light 'irrogro-s of the District c: :lrdt o dv wii unt. Thiey alIpoal to every proaictit ctiiwrlbor to secu're Ii ICet o . n0Vw lltbiuriber, tihere v :u11- ink thir.e to spare no ex V C ill to k iifv. tie II l-' 1. ,1) a tirL t class 18m and FA N1. J e 1u I . Tlie terias :11-e ino1)dera te, oil $3.00 a .ycar, inl advance. PI'OlklillnIiS I 1'0111. FRo~ TRYE MECN. To I' geno leiinan seiling us. the largest list. 0f suilberiberi, Willi 1h1 cshii for One ye:ar's stabecription to the iI IHA4T,, we will give a haiiIsonely botind copy of hiakespear, or an approved work upont Ag ricutinre, Iogetlher with the Cresent. Monlh. ly, or ScottI M.\llIhly or the Lan4l Wo Love, for one year. To the gentleman renling us the next largest list, "e will give t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 30 January 1867

Latest by Te!egraph, Cablo Diapatolos. .PARS, Jaitury 26.--(en. Dix, Aiericani 31inister, has ured the French Government to abol i h the odious systtem of searching the bag gage of strangers arriving ink France. It is understood the Government made a favorable reply. The appliention 4 made by Gonoral Dix is in view of coming international expositionl. 8.-r . 111 Pw11nua JmItry 2 7.-Ad - vices from LBeAlring !traits st ato that the.Aieiea1n portioll oft li tussialn Americaii Telegraph is comploted. The Straits have been surveyed for the purpose of finding a plae'o for a nabmarine a cable. Tho lltssianit por tion of this greait e litmnterprise i expeet. od to be fin islied by autnin. Losnox, Jan. 22 --The //.-rul, of this morning. eitorialhl says that tile Governent ha protesI algalist the d!cision of Shaw in ic TorniadoI, owinlf - , tin irregularity. Tle /Jef~blbi admits ihat the opierations of the Tornado louked stipieions. Fim. tx.ex, Jan. 22.-'I'i question bet ween Itill ay and Tu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 30 January 1867

Selocted Poetry. P'(TO following beatillol pocm lits made .1s1 icai lmrirnianle ii t -:wspapurs. TheA RVa. wh~ '. /n7/.q ys: -Th(''ose who have h ! i -ichain elisionk r.ecited by the eh-brued tiaf lian,'.Mr. Porrest, vill nev ihi' et eitier the p athos with which lie I ilers if, or his sitiple, ifeotI ng ititrodu Iion to it. lIr. ton'vest tIhin j tie writer wa.3 tho.brotler of" thu poet tSouhey g"] TIEi IDIOT BOY. I hA ))lea3al GoI to t'orm poor Ned A iir.g ot'idiol muind, el to tite ior tnre:asn'g boy 16 1o i r i ntwl been kiini. Oh, Farah l1oveil her hel pleris child Whoin h lplssness iaile lent, Ari !& we evrt -y 1. hinm Who knjew no hope tor feari. 'he ktnew his wnnmts. she tuderslootl i.el 11111 artie'hoe :all; l-'r Itw wits every thi ig to her, And01 bile t' hkim was all. A til so fil ity a yenr they lived, Nor linew a whisli beside, llf. ngu lit Ilnyth ()n Sarnh camet Aad she Itel sik nil died. he tried ii vaiti to 'waken her, lie cal led her o'er mit o'er; Thle,y toilil ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 6 February 1867

]Josporte5, Williams & Oo~f,! ProvtorsJ1 A Farnity Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature Tri'-30 e nuI d~ne VOL 1. - -~ , .WINNSBORO, SO C.4 WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEABRAY,187 FAIRFIELD IERALD B 13 s U181 WWEEKY & 0. Terms 'v..ais.., is publisl'i nWeek ly'in the Tdin'or witiiburj, at. W3.00 in varaaiy il p</4viqe -. All ,ransioat advurtisemeaM a. U pa vif advano. Obituary Notices md'Tva tes $1.00 per square. [PFoin St. Jame* Mugazine. DEPLORANDA. 'Tis truo 'tis pity, onl pity,'ti, 's tvww/ [.Shdareare. "Tis pity form froma nut , niteould Shotd broak like bis v Tis play Altatring 1Pefu o Stlonl'l. igrO to igrey. 'is 1lay that thIe rioliant s:aile4, rfhioit&rry eyes, The diashing fancy tliat, bogtrils Our tepris and sighs, Sh'ltdifl loso ii.fir lustre one anal all, Fade and depart: As years around tis darkly fall; Alas my heart 'Tis psiy 1ha tho frietils whohnow SLow for as flowers Shoultd greet. tas coldly when Ili, brow Of fortune lowers ; , TIa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 6 February 1867

Uontraote mdl in onlfederate Money - Important Deoision of nooecllo ,Ljo We puibiirh be'u, iln full,. rho theris. imn of C1XiMC0nee r f'ueseanie i4 tile ense of .ireksoll I inzarns, which. estnMa1bses It JrCVi1e t1-1. inl tis,1 Stti 66F all. Cnsea iivot-v'insg tie payca'nit of-del or obli. gationsq in'lConfedelrateenrrfener. It wdil ie seen that tihe printciple is hel. Ilat loa4s con raieted in Conifeit.derato curvem cy' mnst bo discha rgd onl th. basis of the v'aIlnru of 1ht. o'urrenc,, as omlred with gold, at , Le timetLie debt, was incurred, 11nd conl.ideratioi givenl thereof .Iai-Ilf. Jaukson Adm'or of \\m. J Pll. nier, duceased, rs. Edgar M. ltiaruS - Orthe twelfth tny of Mareb, eighteen, hnnidred. and sixiy three (1863), tihe de kaIrdant, bol)rrtowe Irom tiht! lainitif.r five thoisnid dfoitrt (50(10), it Conredera-to 11oto,, aid to s.etre tliIr linn, gaye their boid codlttiond frj thIe paymliellt oftliat stirm, on or before the twelfth day or Mafrbc. eigliteen hremird nii ad s...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 6 February 1867

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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. — 6 February 1867

Selected Poetry, THE SOLDIER'S DREfAM, The followling tanijthin linne were written during the war 4>y the 11ov. J. L. Reynoldes, of South Carolina University, in, coIntmo ration of a beaiutiful intnwice of wonman's devotion, that occurredl While the University buildings, Colambia, South Carolina, were -sed as a hospitai : The soldier boy lay on his pallet in pain, Where the student his vigils once kept, And there came with each throb of his fe vor-pIaIr'ild brain, Sweet mineiorios of hosoe and lie wept. but a d.aumghtor of earth, in her womanly rueeltuesv, Drew near him her vigils to keep, And the charm of her volco, in its sisterly swootnuas, Beguilod thu sad slai' ta sleep. As her deliaAt- I ,<,d i i ! ),is palu-furrow ed brow, And het fan * aie of blessing, lie dreamed of t. -ii.i wicre the heavens endow The good with an .,gel's caressing. Ills hard bed of straw aoemcd as light as the air; An angel's wings rutled above, Ouhis pale, sunkeun chek foll a tremulous tear, And a ...

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