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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 13 February 1867

Blo I Jf ;' IDesportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Sciencee, Inquiy, Industry and LitoratUre lr'-$.Opr nuI dauo VOL. 1.1 . ~WINNS 'BORO, S. C., FEBIUJAR 13S_ 7 NO 4 VO~ io (A -I G I TlE FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 l'Ui.IS1tD wVIKLY BY DESPORTES, WILLIAMS & V0. Ternse.-Tug lIInArI.n is Ilublishe.01 WeekIn ly in the Town of Witnboro, at $3.00 in wareably it odvance. Wi-' All transient ativetiseunnls to be paid in adanno. Obitnary Notlces and Tributes $1.01) per s qukro. Selected Poetry, 'THE DEATH. OF THE MAIDEfN. Through a forest soor and sober, in ihe gl,)i. en clad October. Autumn whids wore- sofily sighing, Sumnitier lofts'~ falling, flying, Dying, dyling everywherr. I was waniderinir. slowly walking. I was woo ing, 10w ty 'Np Ah, It seems be t -' lately, with a mai. en. t al l antd ." 1 y ,1 With a iniien fro- an.i r.r. Iow she lhgzred n- - z! I ors .nl iid'her oyes Willi ., io e lr9 -1; . All her br. w ain momM- o ln ~ words so gellly gltshiig, Take...

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. — 13 February 1867

The followin-t IS all acnexaoi tron the 11puo~ch III' ilotaI.d eo. 11. Ihmsil tool bsfre V the Ien)ena.itic Soat e ('unfonion ot' 0lio. on the 8h Iof.tbininwy A kid w h.% tha il the 1o the)rn1 if tat et do in thteir ext reiity ? I lavo ild Iliat, n , spe-king as I it Oh io Imlal to Phio 1no1 ui' thcir ilnty to .I-eir' own .%rte .1tl people. I would not dictate. tior nrge, torl* evena advise o01thq-s. They nuoit fa>Aiow lit., diu. tatom ol tlieik jtidgnienits ai cci'ues. filt ir I mighttbo perinit teal to'110y that. wib lies iear to liy -b'east, It would be this Itt ti southernu States be plassive ail plati ent. They took u rilthy w'e defot ted---tlioy iturrndeed. That surt -m dor involves the fieentily of' t'ait ht'ni 61 li - enc to the Cuin stiI I n It i t t k hil laI w.-- I i iI lattlif'ulobertolnoo Otaf itles thema to thie r-ights I aitd lil.rt ies gataraniaIital by lie t'un it - tIop: anal the laws. They unty he ltoweiless to secure thiee rights atnld liberI ies.,a They may b...

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. — 13 February 1867

Latest by Telegraph, Congrossional. W T:L'.:,,Febru..y 11.__ T thi o atoih"Ile ptroc.'einigs wter . gen arilly uim ti ; ntit. The President'-i power to tippoint o''pinn Jdovorilors watii disoulteo at. lovg.l).. F3eide'n depre'elited its preseil. cflon eration, and liuall t,ld whole matter wa~s tabled. Th, viteauncu, ini thoJ~ots to-1.ty was uilutonle. Stevetis, who, it is tid, has.! it h0 -plutni sool on his bill inl cy w, resisted Ihe I.. .viotI. question on the riot 11 mandItelugrily but inllfleutulally. - sin XI, l.--Te deati of I IenL ri(., of' Kentcky was announeed, anad aIr.- Davis pronounced eulogy. Ad. lot:su, -The con'sideratiot *of Mr. Sne. vei's bill ri-sumied. MI. ilinks took lie tionr, atti IgIleolared ti e St ai es lit ely inl It.4tbolht inill Siates, but . may be regairded in tat. seig. anld ho Wo1l Itot object, io pl-ingt ei undetr m'nI-1i law, hl (the bill %tV611 (Itt' her; estiiniIIg tle Govern mit. respinsilble neit lier to ,Congress nor to theo peopkle, brt.i. o,...

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. — 13 February 1867

SSelected Poetry For the News nud ilerm:d Mr. Editor : eloed I send you "The itrial or Our Ded," by Col. O'llarra of Kentucky. I received the manuscript from an esteented friend in Virginia. lie dii not so state, but I presutne it lhas been put. lished. Beligving that many of your read. ers will appreciate this tribute to the metno ry of our gallant dead, I commend it to your attention and request, its insertion lit the Niws anid ih:aA.B: THE BURIAL OF OUR DEAD. 11Y COL. o'ulARKA OF KENrU(KY. Tho mufiled drum's sad roll has beat The soldier's last tattoo; No more on life's parade shall meet That brave and daring few. On Fame's eternal camping ground Their silent tets are spread. And glory guards i i .-mn round Th bi vollac -r i b ; I ". No rumor of ilo w. , Now swell ii a itii, No iroubled i at idiinight hauns, Of love! oiew . eii ; No vlsion or the wiori w' i s st ife, 'Tie warrior's i elim alahrms - No braying horn lnor scremintig fife At dawIn shal onl to Ims. Their shivered swor...

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 February 1867

.44 -a _ ~ .... pill-r- .. . . .. LL Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, riquiry, Industry ad Uternture [Terms--$800 por Annnm, In Advance VOL.. WINNSBORO, S. C., WREillRUARY 20, 1867. O.3 TI10 FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 I'll',1811D ED WEKI.Y iY DEPOIES, WILAIAMS & (10. Terms.-Tut llato Is publishedl Wouk ly in the Toyna or Winnsboro, it 3.00 in varcqbly in adivlance. jgift All transient advertlisobnents to be paid int rdvance. Obituary Nutices and Tributes $1.00 per square. _ _Original Poetry, [ Writte for Me 11 rald.] DISTRIOT OURT, Tere coies a nmbscill who fries to rtport The things which are done in this ignitica First comieth thoJudgo, MngivteriaI in nein, Who presides withl a dignaiy ne'or before Peen, - . With a courtesy too, ich scarceo cer iA fomiumml, Im 'hio Jutdges who travel iho eircuit aromnd. EIet colillti the Clmrk, a mni tal niu grave, A ld (IeU 1im o Clerk's Clerh, is- big st: youing bravo. The Solicitor'neoxt, a man. o...

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 February 1867

'ir 1i ua; T lJi.t..-Tho bankrupt, bijl was ptssed in tie 6en t :'11the I i ht1 inl. When it was brutght np \rB4-tnu'ir again insisted, in Me miot vehndtentt mAnoiner, thO .1 Lis test oath ineahent. should 14enig-og; ed uponl it, an. -itene his sto'chaurgda agaibuit the 8-ttuieiro people, of; Oruelt.fo l ute tegroeit and lIrs(ention of nion t I. le dcimittoed so long in this 'straitt iiat , finllyta Ibe Iore 0111 Ilte pattience of his own friends, totcing the ratheruncomplimetary retitrc from M '. Connons Ilfat (Ito senate its ick of suit sl ulY, undt would not ub init longor to ho bullied b' tho eoa' tor fim it.assachtusetts into th t suitlort or hli:< loolish0 notions. Mtr. Lutoner laving opened the itubject of 1th4 p >litical condition ot' t ho SaouthI, I.- was tecondeld by his colengue, ir. Wilsun, und Mr. IlowaIi, f lchigat,% who drow tsuchI fe.trful pietures of the nnaroiy unni crime now running riot over the Month, as vis enough to sauke the hair o1 tinid people itand o...

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 February 1867

[atest by Telegraph, Dongressional. WASHINOTON, February 17,-Shor man m substitute syaspasso at half past 6 o'clock, this imorning-29 to 10. "his'Is snbstantially Blteiiie's itmold Imeit--whlch is as followit Sic. 5. And be it'fdrther enatod, Thait when the constitutional aiend ment proposed'As article fourteen by tho ThirtyNilth Congress sihalf have cotuo a part of the Constitution of tuo ITitod States, by the ratification of three-fourths of the States now represited in Congress, and when' any'ono of tlio late so-called Confede rto States shall have given assent to the sdnio and coiforned its constitu tion and laws thereto inl all respcets, and whenh it cshall havo provided by its constitution that tle elective fran chio shall be onjoyed equally apd im partially by all mialo citizons of the United ktats, twonty-ono yearsold and upwards, without. regard to race, color or previous cotidition of servi. tude, except such as mliay be disfran chised for part iuipating in the lato 1e bel...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 20 February 1867

Selected Poetry, A .'AIIWELL., MV AiMilt~?ENYsHON. Flow down, Cold rivulet, to th5fe 'e Thy I rilbate wave deliver No Iiore by th10e ny steps shall be, Forever and forever. 1:10w, Wifly flow, kV )An and lo0,1 A tivtlet. Iien a river: Nowlhre. hy thee mily steps shall be, Forevvr and forever. u litre will sigh thino alder tree, A"ml here ih11o aipeln shiver ; Aw'l hero by 1hee will hun th beo Forevor and forever. A thutsiid suns will etro'lr on thoo, A Iliwanil ioois will ,quiver ; I itat not by thee iny seelis shall be, Forover atind forever. TO MY FRIEND TOM GREENE, ON HISDOULEURS ABOUT MISS QUI TA. Vig for your love I nill fiddlesticks I A sparrow's chirp, a boo'lu's hum; :coie prity airm, soue prelly tricks, A nil you aro in your kingdon cone I. Don't mnke a dolkey of your brains, )on't mnko a pinydting of your heart; Your ploasiros are 1st potty prins, Your pains, a iuero Mlis Quita sam art. Go to the desk, (ie wagon, plough, Till ground, trimi trees, your t:ao'o ply Do iomethin...

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 February 1867

Dsportes Williams & Co., ProprietorsJ A Family Papor, Dovoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature, LTerm.- $3O00 porn n Advanc VOL. 1.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORN ING, FEBUARY 27, 1867. [NO. 36 r I FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUPti.ISHKD41 wEKI, Y 1BY DESPORTES, WIlLIA MS & UO. Terms.-TuE JIlnAYo is published Week ly lin the Town of Wintisboru, it 83.00 in. varca,5y in advance. gie Alt transieut adverlisenoats to be paid in ndvanoo. Obituary Notices and Tributes S$ .00 per square. Selectod Poetry. THE HEART. Oh I could we read the iunman heairt. Its strango mysterious depihs explore, what, tongue could tell or pen impart The ricics of its hidden lore? Safe from the wothl's distruetful eye. What deep and burning feelings play, Which o'eu stern reason's power dory, And wear the sands of life away. Think not, beneathi a smiling brow, Lo alwnys find a joyousc heart, For wits bright glow, and reasoin fl'J Too often hide a. cankuring dirt. The bird with broised and bro...

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 February 1867

WINn2BoR~o; , i. Fi'UAIkRY 27, 1807. . ICK W . lim1IlT, EnTrron. 01" L %H.;. -rAl 11 r . till tl .tir It - e oo, "', ' IrI p i ' -ab A . s,. o ie, -l .( - ' ie, . .,' it 1i, :: . Lt the "n M, 'w r ee t a u .'th cib %.1, .1 "it c '''d'v3 i'dBi. T IS il N it u ( tetl n gr a t di. 01' fri tir .ei. i.. it o t v il de on o o (,i - vress. e hiw 'lt Ii l we pcovc ki 110b Io-mtin Nvmm Ano eo:4o il un ...xin ne fotc le; ;eulv .ti it. 1 .1 I,;n oll t' .D ius A ehac. e Ati be . 1.di1 it ttvtie' - n -ini! ir thA S-W . tt, it A mid bi e '". W it wii v. i tu t''ill ' w e n l i 1th ) Iet il t I :t the 1 or1 L i n p ; th ; . i; 1 i 'o ' "litd . w vt' ! G, I-- c txv t :l. 'I 'l.1:iy inr of n:I . at II . i n. thi . i l ~ 'o -.1'." I101, 'y e u i it 1 4bw 1e -to . i l h-t tr Buttfor .Malcipine S nerit ofttaiJhe rWe:-e tor.t of' ltThe 1 e vn% ill wo ntthl, flic T i t ilhas creaIt i tr a dl o: i tomet, both i a lid i t I C Tot il nt lo n anynnno ahir equainily in osequne of, nit,! ieen!i in al iil -lh. ...

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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. — 27 February 1867

Latest by Iclcg,-apli __ Wihiugonl 1{OsV W.%'n XUTroN Pell). 21 --Co.p'r'i4 m1iti1oril tiutil Olir iia he11rIvi i4 44 .'ii LIt (ii trV41 it tha d11.1 1 4 VSI 1 1 1 ,11%4 8i l tj'I 14jll 4,l told Va.. i l l,. i 1 0-.41 1411 , ~ .Ic 1! 'ita 114311CCIi)41ilioc ij~t4 .Y1 1)234 tha l Jit jwi '.iL4. ..L' IIIIOI- U '4i44.)h (4(', 11, ~i1.l(I1 J~r L U ki l i t ) jI., 1U' I . UP. Iil C i t, rue ,.-ee; (,,Ii,. i t0 , miv 'v'1U iii it Grenad0al~ $4 Q, oue i i, lI Ii i'lld tk'IiU44 .-I I N1t I opth Caoliiid vv11 P. Ii - k tievii or A4*L 1a' All ho esi~ex~ I ll it '1alIll rpoI. lll 8twot,~it or tile hig toio-:r I h'lii' 'I os of4).r thep. .'tiNV leoM '(II liWgui.L tI Ilillit (ICY g( o1'Illli4Iils hubiii, biIm, ,di iO'ply :11 MItlij Ih Illkt~dcL.'l 1)'41, 111051114 'm It' i 4111 i4 d lel' '1 110 lgi 111 et' 1 I'll ,o Pkia I1(010 il rt-i l(Ift qlil4t44 i ll- Ip!lP I Tito report p i,,,. iv Ye I I11 I il tjil .4 I ~ l ie pJolicItuIxd cit. itil ei''. l l I l i w ih p .)I)V:t:. 8141.~r oo-lu"LS 0orv n...

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 February 1867

Selected Poetry. FrO o he Meropnyiton Record4. SPRI IS 0OMIG. Ijy A. J. usQUIRIa. I kanow it by the hyaointb - Whichi now begin to blow, And flit-ting voices strang'ly swoot And trenalously low. BJy soinething purer In the tuxi, And softe 'in the air, Aml holier In lie twiliglt stars, That Spring olli soon be here. The Almanacs are well enou-git For garduets and for qooks I seek the seasons In the sky. And find thmow by. ihe brooks; I hear thein on the breezy htills, And, in the hollows, see The token ilowers and sigus that speak Their messages to apo. And thus I glean fr'om gerning Isles Of sunset in the West I From wavings of untiriog wings That will not go to rest ; From spoils of fragrance spiced afar, And poeing spears of green, And silver bugles in% the wind, The a'dvent. of a Queen I I know it by the hyacinth Wheh a o - b g 'is to blr, That, Winter, oh nih icy bed, Is dead, or. nearly so. And soon will come, with flaxou ourls, Lod by the laughing hours, Tni blue eyed daughter...

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. — 6 March 1867

Depoto, illiamni & (Co., Proprieos -I AFamily Paper, Devoted toSine rt nurIndustry an d Literauel~rs-$.bprAnm nAvne WIINSBRO S.C.,WIDNEDAY MORNINGMRHP37[N.7 'VOL.6 WINBR,.]C.,WENS,. FAIRFIELD HERALD Tem.q. Ti I -.Itasoi %1.)i i P1is eti W41.01Ki vlehyill mo ue S, ,L IPoty 1%m l- 114 F ed.11111Iv 11 vl:-a - 41' iii B A r J ii Ie *Ilivlkt ii t i l!,' ailge'o %ver i holl ii eig ii vo~ !ta . tt t I,i f til,. .1 In11 literk it-i th it v lo-nm. Iwi i' 'I ii V.'t II Iil~ .\ill itil %ii fi le f lit'I'lif ! Sh N't m I in'tl te ii 'r~K . "IT als I'S wo ill it X Wn it' het~loitfoe by il g. a u duo hollic(1tikl Boior1 w r d i el I i o i s cato-' 1, 'tcoieh - lin t'jnptix ( .11 t 1 i'i'lQi03 o' m ho \V.11 Iss it 11i , I ! 'I .,'t hioklm l-T t'o Cwd t .9110 lilitI 110 of41 (ai sp l'llhit thor 1Pow .:1 1dw- \V )111 vii 1'x 't ii oppsitoh batik hi-- ;11..:1d - ta:t.- t , -;toi,)n ausd by tlrtciiitg ny prur Jitl olr :1'tlS we~i~ litol ar~ o1 %vjt aily, :k~ Istt ri ll.'l -e iiv iehyll td'it! ,ttt...

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 1867

RECONSTRUCTION I VIEWS OF GovENxo BuR0WK OF GEOIIQIA. ATLANTA, (Ia., Fe 25.--R.-flov. Drown of this city will publish in the papers of to-morrow norning a threo column letter reviewing the political I situation of the country, an iadviAing thp people of Georgia to aoccpt the tcrins impose by the bill recenti paissed by both .Iouses of Cont.re . 1e says: "t only reinins for me to add that I consider it the duty of the GoVornor of Crogia td call the Legis lature togothou' withoit delay, and to recommend the passage of an aot eil ing t convention of the people of 0his Stato so to change our State Coistitu tion as to provide for universal stf. frage in confornuity wit~h the inasure whitch has passed Congress known as tho ",Sherman amend men." and to provado for the early election of a Legislature which will adopt the Constitutional Aicndieiit in accord anco wiih the saiii requirement.. We now havothe asurance that Con gress in the Isingo of this bill, that this shall settle the question...

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 1867

Latest hy Telegraph, AN.S LINiGrO, OlirCh I.----The. in deiiaty bI'll w -S p.. ea, ;n i s to th l' P 0 1 i a. iluonag et io pro vi i. it forbla pil Civil Courts, St at,-, lr iii r Territoral, from cn t. Vftainlinl prosecoutious-- tigninst, inldi ' idnlaWl for acts donlo aider proolamlaui- I WasuN.t~Or, \I'teb '1.-'l.'he lfouso pa..d to the electioi of Ohicers. plie-'nS hionininAted Co 1ax f.,r pe~tkr, wh Oeciied 12*7 vo.Og t a e1.: nI I m in at f a. ii M af j2("un iE.' t . -werea .ie pr tifed, tof i .: h i W r to a the iglini Iil'a th taa I tmoar-;ts a i '' 'a'i)t r 1he re iv the lw e i ''Ia rsm e hin as ton Imhers we Nre Sworun~r S ix ahinottne: I titl alh i r sident l lKId sigaud, within tho lgral timne, all tha bilis- patssidlowithinl touI dayds, ex-, e 'pt that al-propriating "-.0,00 *0U fI 11h0 aNiS Exposition, I Jich is not u' roasda'Ia o. ron A. ' ceump:paliital Iiih .r y'pirg iutI.! saan . ll' t aialalw A"1' Keddn of hi v n~ail! a )1:i t ,et , Thsa a prov a n in i a I\A ia l...

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 March 1867

THiE LAST LIAF. Etif now he waiks the streta, And ht Looks t allt be Lineod Sat I and Wain; And hI she kes hi. fc..;hle hea.I, That it meems as ir he ai, "They are gone." Th 111m;osy inarb'ea rCAt On the lips that he 111; prolt Aldzl lO iaunmes he Aw~edi to h'bo e flave beenl carvv1' f'or unan; a yeaur On 1hO o4.11a4. MY gn aillillimi'nei r sIai -. 1%or old ladly, she is dead .That hla h tt Z lo1n.:m) 11ns. And his cheok wvas lik i roso jni Llt snow4. Uld now I., now I- thiln, And it rests upon his chin !iAke a in!Y, Anu a crook is in Li., hroa'', A :id a: l aii:hol y evack fu 161:4 li, Ii krow it ina.i For M 0o. Wi nnr.in At 1-.im er 11-M tho ol i 4.4 cor er":1 bat, ,AMd the baeo ,. i al tit4 Arc So queer. AiA if t hnI;VA f ob The la' h4-11 111 4 fih 1r. 0 In the Spring, -. Iv1, 1hm snl a o.' I o (io now, At tihe obil '.w -11 'igh Wilt will tho fcou'th I, / if tht S1otith jai. . t 1 ') pt of no gro .Mmage ; if A P er r !tq r-mj: "r itA fiate governo~en': use dea i V.!in ii i t 1A h...

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 1867

SDesporteWlim o. rpitrL A Family Pape.)r, LDevoifA to Scionce, All, InqUiry In1dustry 'Cnd iteaue .er~~$.OprAnm nAvne VOL. 'L1 WINN SBORO13110 . , I',~ LA )i~N~iI1C 18 87 N.3 FAIRFIELD HERALD 1M PUB ltuIE .1 wE.KIly BY DSI-PORI'1ITEs, VI I AMS & cO. Ternt..-Tii : iin is pubiishie.l Week ly inl the Town of Winnsburo, at. i3.O4 in Varcably in a1de'.nance. jy@" All traiisient averhtisemnts to bo Pairt in advtnce. Obituary Notices and Tribute; '-.41.00 per Selected Poetry. WISHtING, BY JOHN P. SA. Or all (he ainusemonts of the mim, PIlti logic down to fishing, lherie Is nt 0110 linit Vol mian filnd So very ce01ap 111 'wishling ;' A very choice dive-sion, too, It we rightly Iuse it, Awl not, is we are apt to do, Pervert it and altuse it. I wish-n common Wish, indeilt M11 y purse waits isoiet hing 4a( tor; That I inight, cheer the cib1 of need, And not, tmy pride to flati er. 9'ihat I might iake oppreision reel As goll cin only m11kW . And break the tyrt'ajis rost of steel As gold can...

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. — 13 March 1867

a Coitstititt iwi whidt is rnot worth), of't 1CfCtand pv r. tin? , I "'loso, %%-]to lulvocntvied 11h6 right of i amom Wqm inl Shir qwvn j"OHim~- I tionl t hat, w'e i131 nlo rtigai for Li vo, td I tii o fei, rl* 1'i( . or' jiri.pitity, lifeo, anidI l Wifte , V Woul'I iot, 11L.' , 1nfi u de tol( '11 WO. DIOWi VORI ' ( li 50irllR, wit rill)'e that, they were ini truth ull fjet fight It IJIitan1(1 their b(; l I it 11 o6ih n r ill., nI i o of tra itr :t gaint,.1 111lglgovrali''lit11, ,V1 . eI li inl hMUsoY Wt hu rank2 of seiv..I'vhii f aiot M', CeOecrtte than 2 to th 0 ld Ilin" 6iuo 01 Vi f~ti Ieu tl, 111.1 rIii ithy, n'iuL I Sydn ey. ?40, let.; IeOV. (Iiii to tho they Sho0uld be pui shed, Ilecordlit g to a Lk, ti upon IionnO~ ,e I es n0 OF: It If te Ciulin whiichi tlo'v di nitbi iic'hrj I lN. 11, is a part, ofr our1 pii hisiory ivhii can) iluvel be tor,-otle' ti ,at, 1jitL .1111ii l' 4110 war was and ;iouH ue e~r~cade oil rot 110 Jlirpuo 'ofrtii A.jowI b)2l Wit, oe. I to mihirc'e tutu (...

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. — 13 March 1867

Latestby Telegraph, News Items NEw ORrmp.t;s, March I 1.-- enoral heridai, apprehondiIg troublc, for ds thelection. thlrtunatouol liion ocuirrod on tlt Alabamat and Florida Railroad n the dh iistat, resulting in the oath of tn cugincer (1r. scott) and ' firomlan. Mr. IRichardson, the firo m'1lof the train, wIas so cnipltely de stroyed by firo, that thero was scaree ly any trace of' hinm left. WAsuts'wrox, March ii.-Teli dis birtsonttskttS of' tho War, Navy and in terior Departments for the week o4111(lilt to $(,0OtO,000. The Sounte on Sat turdaly, passed a bill appropriat ing $1,000,000 for the relief of the Soutlheri people, regard: less of autocdcien-t, to ho dispensed by ,hliu Freedmoi's lBureau. An mtunedaieptn , makiig an appropriation of $1,500,000, was lost. Th Sonatorial caucus, to-day, de torminiod to-postpono neting ou the :ad1jOUrInmient uuti th stiliuplmLtal bill bcomle a1 in1 w. Nothing o0i':ial has transpired. re gard ing the district connaiders. BALTatin-, MI :n-Mch 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. — 13 March 1867

Selected Pootry, TO-DAY AND]iiOMRXW Iligih hopesl , Ihat burn like stII'S, aubtlimic, iw dowan tho skies of 'rgedoin; An I tic liearis perisl i tlie tito We 1 it terest neet 'em ; - Jiut it nver sit we down and fstd, '"There's nothing left biut. sorrow ;" Wo walk Ihe wilIertess to-tay-.. The 'ronised Lauel to-Ilorrow. O(iar birds o1'rog nre ile'il now There are nto ilowei looiing ; BIut life burns18 inl I hi( frozon bouga, A 114 Freedniit 's .pi i ig is coin) ig Anti Froodoni's9 tiin co eii,, up alw ays, Though we may stral in sorrow, And our good bark-itground to-tay, )'ilkall fioat. againi to,.iitorrow ! Through ill the long, drear nigh t of years, Tho people's cry n1SCe1nlel, And earth is wet it iih biood all Iarr,, E'lo our1 roer.k ffering's enled; The few shall not for,.evc.r sway, The uniny 1oil in sorrow; The bars of' Ie'1 are strong to.<lfny, But Christ shaill rise to-morrow. 'L'hough hearts brood o'r ile pist, our eyes With rmi ling f'illures glisten ; L ! now tho <ra...

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