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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 4 July 1866

Jefferson Dhis III Prisoll---Scelles tu1d hChIcints of Ill1 Life of Ile EX.('u lfed crtio Presicitltl ill the C aset1ta u k t. Fortress Mull rop --B trrhs fromi Ille liltry of IlIt Post- "'Ill'guuot. CoNV :ntsAtroN iV: i t Mll aln.u I1. Speaki.ig- %f hi~w reatily the powers of the sibt. mnay be icire'aii by prac tier, .IMr. Davis nla'..1 tll, theory tL:t thle brinl Loo, was also enlarged ill it. c:aacine, bothl physically and initelb.e. taally, by colti allvi labor. Ilo point . to thek lar1ge brains.- of' nearly all who have beenl emlinouti, inl pursu-iits involving l tetial labor, coitettlling that IA th a bor of the t ailor de v'lop. ti le iuve les of the -ight, i.b1,b i :1and furet-fintger, i t e of thei. delver the inntsetle if tie log, awli o fort1h, !w the increaed ( X eist of the brain inclreased its, size. Teewas a1 faullt inl hi.- parlll,I he knlow, or rathelr v hat tap1peared to bo at bui ilt--1th1 wve canl establihl no anagy beI-tw'een arho k ill it c t nai l t l aba, lto...

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. — 4 July 1866

w Yrk arkel. N v Yoi -n1 "lie 30--Noon.-Cot (1 ull. aleof 500 bales at 37 i 39. d 53. EX.ang 10. NrEW Yon), Jmit-e 30.-Cotton dull, declined le. ; sales of 1200 bales at :10 a 38. F lom1qsteady ; sales of 90,000 barrels ; Southorn quoted at 10.10 a 17. Wheat firm for primo ; dull, for infeior1 ; sal; of 75,000 iusihelfI ; fo r choice M3ilwantkic $2.55. Corn de clined ; sa!e oi 90,000 busliels at83 I 87.1 hef st- i ; 'Pork firim ; Iles l'. b . :l . L arrd dull t (I a ii . Whi k .y d adl.2 uga Nmw Yojtc, Juione 30.-All zippre lensions about cholera here have cear t d. There is a caseo occisiolially, but it excites only local httentiol. Qutr. notine il l*) free from the sotlIgo. No dethlis or additions yesterday from thatt disease. Nows Items. WASHINGTON, linle 30.-It is be lieved the Presidlent will veto ti neow Freedimns' Biuren amid Tariff Bills if ti ey pass inl theu 1form as Ieportcd by the Comlittee. The a Ien1d il el ts adopted am even more prohibitory thaln the origiml hills. 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. — 4 July 1866

A 1'A ft it \\' II1, nyi CI . Y.,.\ litlO 'N. -ainlt who shall guevs-s wq lwk oa tiwtil ryld ol pi Hoe 114,igtvte bkeen if, we were wed.' Axo. A's barek upon at troubled sea The stotiniou'ed niinri nke ililty gal.o, And fold his hatdis in mu1t 1o iiaze, Auld silent offer Ihainks 1nd priise. SO MAy I staid whenl fa fII'rom thee, All pa .soin past-lieat -whole, nid fro. If It is not aeF: that ilitervenei, And neiitretge Time into change; 111t mlerely 1that groat l'ower a1111 -Iranlge Which rules ,is wiereso'er' we ran1lige, Anid gives tlie strength to flee itso scencs, Amii f-o tIle paS t my Spiit eans. 1.11 ies, weary of our liilipines We yet. might be-it wo wero wed And tho' your heart an iiiiie hi ble.1 Or vanisihed hi1'es R1,ail visionsA fltd lIere let. us lnt ! le t hie ces-i Thie list that. even Love shall bless TIEl S0LD IERS Ii "llE NE, A. 1). 1651. nly T171ooli Ii .'I.ToN. This golden legoiid tirS wits tool WLien Swedes antid D1anci Were f"es f oil. One morn hn Swedes gave wa...

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. — 11 July 1866

lu fJ I _ VOL. 11JI S OO .CW D EDi MORNING, JUL , 16.[O FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PULT.ISiI:1) WJ:IFKLY lY 41&iltlgard E1nos1portet & 00 I'rms.--Ti. : iilia.ln is publisheod Wooli ly in the Town of Winnshoro, at 13.00 in varcabiy in advance. g All tramsicut advertiseinonis to b pati in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 p sqitare. [Fail 'nwF lI~iiAl-P.) "'The shields of the earth helong uito (h4 Lord." 11palins 17th. Strange thought, most comforling, That. o'er tlie spirit sicIls With awe, inmastirable, Ch'.ming each liitidein ftear ilach niotioni of unrest; The thought, that mnighty shields Catellitig celestii light, Fb From that white throtte Whereon, tlio King of Kings, Rleigns, Lord Ominipotent, Aro ever held by Hlim Ani llis bright. messengers Twixt. ts and iemon ill! Ho-o'on tie tilly babe Upon Whose nnowy brow Tie cross baptismsal, glows A'rVsh-has slhdicl iot ecl ing All his owni-and dying Pa~sses the jewell'd gates Of leavonly lIoiue--:ts safe, As Christian olh-...

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. — 11 July 1866

'VVINNSBORO, S. 0. I I, NCSOAW, lU4mlot0 Im(m A G AILTiARDl, Evu'ron. Ile tcllowiiig" gciitleliici tire vc- 1 Mtod to act, P.; Agemitsi for tile it I-, 'hi jor A. 111) 1 [Ir~.A II-ROAi I I ,,l:ilt, Bi$o.4 PrishlI1, IjU. '.P. St.I)Em Il-(',Ik1. (!Stoll) SO C. IkJor Wm~ ~i. 1 *i~-iIUIIleliS. C.* .1 IV . IN1 I .4m'YIia-lviile, S. ( 'l .( -1111 A lifiiui filld PIlisiulit Wari. W\e gather firoma otii exeliiigj.. andi (if (lie origin (of tile ii heul ty Ihtlit lit l 11iI's to inolved t e k ol Itit' i rolm ill niort ii st ri '. dWe (1)ot propjose to follow tile .Aik 101104( ls i'' I Ptraise 1111o1 it Wvoild fli ~l stori h vlmes. Buit thle g~ist tit' it. is (118 IThe l)ucIive (d, I)..I~ Salic Iali, wlihil prlliluits it Nv1)llanl 1I'-lli Ivigilillg. Ini 1-6 JiB) cIie Nwere iltherited b~y ( i( 1\i hg of' Dell-1 mark 1118 (1 Cbe(hylt. rinit il tho titi idt [Froderick %, IL., who d leod ill I m~n; with him ti tle (hiret, iiiiile line t(oiii la t d, and1( the I uch1v I e. ga lilev'i mod t he yom...

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. — 11 July 1866

WAsu1ta-rioN, July 7.-'yualger t'auld ling, hasi been f'ound guilty o1'-the charget preferred in comiection with (he defunel Meroiants' National Dank, and sentenced t be enaliero', to pany pvo (boitstahd dolf1ts tine, and ani imiptisoitient, Qfr!no year. Wviaiux's Juy 7 ..-Se4 to-4fr.NO gAnl prteselnted the remaiontstranico of tho Nov yolk Clamuber Cf Cotumerce, against, (hI imsslge of lie bill pending in file Ilouse t'ie remonlstranlt. tate thait (lhe Tariff Blill wonhl1 bv in.jiuriolin to the comiereinl. me' chniial auln~nfcu iierests of ( ni lry, 1il w %oild not in eaisoe lite revent iii ; tlie (Govelionii'iit. It was retfereId to ith, 1 inw ci.ri Co* inniinee. Thle bill to inizn'.ast aid ix a iiiliin-y inae' e:tlabli ii'l wv c lle1l uip 11 nil vnal. but prior to 1aly actiot I it, the Scant ioljourned. Tu lloaiu wvas einggd inl thie conlsi-lhlm 11on of tih' Tarill' bill. New York MarkOt. N iv Yo j , July 7.-Noon.-G ol 1 53} ; : " (ngo I1-; Cotton (oady aSt. . ' .,e(ON 1) lIi PA'r...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 11 July 1866

UOiL 1. Only a gentle word To the lone and friendless one ; O'nly a haelping land, -id the work is done. II. "Ay a silent kiss the sufferor's burning brow lIy a cooling drink, A 11d the dim eyes birghten now. III. Only an angry tone Only ian unkind word nf ; a wounded heart iv a sigh is heard. Iv. a wandorer lone ; big Ol a1 pialtace an11d domie; aI' : "wide, wide world," no) place to call "swoot home." V. ii ly a dream of lovo n e iden, sunlight hours i rememb.9115cred joys, \ ud hornis whearo on1oo wero flowers. Vi. v a ring of pearl, 111y a future fair, My a faded bud Ad a tress of ravel hair. VII. Only ambitious hopo "Iorished lin by-gone dayt; hjaurel crushed and dead, A-ad a withered wreath of Bays, Vill. dy two rosobud lips; ly two down-cast eyes .y a soft white hand another hand it lies. Ix. a, manly arm ling a fair young form, iy a whisperod word ! a love so fond and warm. X. ty a bridal wreath ; ..y a loving 1is$; My two hearts made on; ad i dreaml of, perfct bliss. Xh4 ()...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 18 July 1866

VOL. 1] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY lORN[NG, JUL FAIRFIELD HERALD, 4An;illar~id Dle~oote & (J ''e : T : 1 it.' ,1) i publisliecl Week ly iln 1h Town1L, n o Winnsboro, it 03.00 in varcably bl udvranc. - All tniient. advortisemens tio be I Rid inl advanceol. Obituary No tices and Tribu(os $1.00 pe [From01 thne Pou th enI Field a md Fireside.] St 11 Faithfull BY CN.ARA V. DAnOAN. - - 0:- - Iat. il int J id ih Dare sent fur me. A4 1 w(ti t 11p Oe dimn sIni'r-way to tIhe little w:nbir where we used to steal itwav-olh, so m11.1an 1p1py years argO I Ii,~~~ ~~ ,itin C atllt 111 Crn k nt' Iilisns. 1) budild castles". nnld "maike u.0 bis Ild ! e rves--I 1'.. ait rng fore-bodinig hni illnt hi-ar. i\l t. I)aret, lyi Op'n ed the dioor w ni Iit rt aw , V J ididh 'w S o: byv thll table .. --. Thero w a picknir o oH lettetr Onl it, se ea!yenl--- iluh. ,)ek oif browni r nestledi besido a butt1ilnh of fandcd vieits ; -mt I :w lirnt yh the 1cloriig laip. 1gi 11y%-, bo face, pale "1nd1 sad Its I.w ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 18 July 1866

WINNSBORO, 9, 0, s YJUty Is, 1666. . 4liml!HT, Ast w. IATE Wit. 1lowng geitlemnii are re. 10 :-i a. Agot. for the I1i:t. A. ). (ILLIA no-Ioekv .e Parish, L,1. * pIRII I1---Oli~lties $. C. -l.*ron-TES-Ridgeway, S. (. . " m.t,-Mnie1, C. fVcM uraiTi--Rossville, S. C. J b.M 31A;TN---Jacekson ( reck, * IAVo l~IkNs-Allstonl,S. C. ~ 11 01W.ur M61ow-Slm Chrc Impressloi ll Cwth Court Roomn, The.affability and urbanit-: of the Chanoblior presidiinb cro to the gentle men at the Bar a ue passport to thei most satisfoctory tilatioe's inll pro dings. Masy withot fruniliarity, . digified without stuidie fo1rm1aultii -, he wins.le "P f 1 tll h ip. ach 1 i:d nd tunei . :'-y ecm u1i1d their respect. i.) ly nilt i - i. inteJl.:, and h1ar1ingiI well 1bp.d In istel power's ->[* ml il, ii at quick sense of jutice aid right, is well cIlt:l:cu l',d to sit as joige jury in disputed cases betwt een an nod man. One of his str'g . umetal appt ciations4 is uindoubted ly be fondness for laying proof aloiig td...

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. — 18 July 1866

Local Items. Death of fr. Fumrnu, Our District has lost a valuable citizen in the death of this gentleman. Dr. FURMAN, though an old citizon, had always beein very retired in his habits. It may be known how highly ho was appreciated by the fact that ropeatpri efforts wore made to bring him into public life by nominating lim for positions of honor, but he al ways doelined. Dr. FURDIAN was a brother of the Rev. Dr. FUiIAN. The( temprninre for the week past. :irangd8M -..3 degre'es. No r-ai of, conlsetinetice. '1 lie hiLl lRel .Minstrels. This Company( of native Minlstrel: closeod thirl s-!rios of, pierforman111ces Onl Thursd n. iht. They had been with i Since the Miniday nigh1t. previous. ome idheaI may lie formed Io thio r she (css f~roml the fatthat, thfoughl perfor ng four n ights in sticcossion, the Th-s pian l1all was well filled on every occa .,ionl. On tle last nlight one-fourtli of the proce. s was givein to the Ladies A sociation fior tlo reuitildiing of the MEpJisopal ('hurh...

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. — 18 July 1866

It3octq~. ___ 5111 T1EIB.O.] MID 14MER EVE. - The blid Summer Eve lito Fairies are supposed, In Sone countrles of Europe, to hi unusually busy a bout mortals on earth. And it is a Custom, soinewhimat, CorUnionl ill those places for young girls to pluck sprigs or St. John's Wort, and stick thma in the walls of their chmumbors ; should they, owiig to- the hiumpluvas of the walis, relaini thoir freshncss and, verdure, the damsels may reckon, upon gaining suitors before tIe ond -if the year; but, should Clie sprigs of the St. Jolmi'i; Wort, (llypericunm) drop, the popular beliof.is,,that they will have to wait awhilo lbger. It 14 wellonough lo read Shakspear's play of Mid Stumnier Night's Dream on the evoninkg of tle 15th of July--iN Sum. muer's Eve. llidgewaly, S. U. E.1. W. D. Tho young inaid tole through the open door, And blulsh'd ae Sho sotght, tie plant of power 'Thou silver glow wormu, oh, lend me thy light! I muit gat her the mystic St. John's Wort , to-iight, The wonderful herb...

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. — 25 July 1866

VOL. 1l WINNSB o, s. c.,JWEDNE AY 1ORNIG, Jul .1.4 ii 'I1trd fl)s, ortem & Co ' e --.T II$: ) lIa.% .) is pub)istoh I I Week ly in the Towii of Wimisboro, t. 83.00 in tr,t, / i I n./ lrI)n'nie,..~ Mt i"' A l ' ie"n t i-er t ii riein en t o wl. 'lie'i'. i i e y n e 'n...leila. Obitntiry N riel a.:iawe ",1ac;S 01) pe aoct rj. J AW Zllnlpenriosi fy los w n ev hi y n'' ios ran the nno soliing of 10 .Gecrnorn |-ait/rr/ijnel" Ne vive (ihe spririted nyilish versionl o[,'J1117nes Chu1-enl ce .\langanl.] l 'l i'l l ililz Al' dt. .rit lcii i. m:l: .Ns riii.u B .:n r,.s ln. Ii GM~ o o uIM'ii lS l'AtlIFIMi).it w tere is Ihe G.r ma' l .i' P 1ihrndP.1 111 ? lt'si Pr tia ? wahiia ? It's tihe itrnsl Where Sows thle Vinle, w iere flows thle lthinle? - '1t Where the iull siims Bali' I c's wine? --No ! e ont i rei gr ite- ail fi- mor grami Must bie he Giermni's FateIbnd ! flow enll they 110h1en he German1's la11141? lav.ai'? li' s i ckil *? 11-14 1 thou scanne It wher, theZl tde Z,- - eXdoml4-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. — 25 July 1866

p. n vesanre~uena94 WINNSBORO, S. 0. WiJDNESDAY .JULTA U, igau. 11. A. GAILLAR, EDIoR. 1. 3. McCRE1I'T, ASSOCiA'ft ED'n. The following gentlemen are ro quested to act as Agents for the IIsn ALI) Major A. D. Ilin.i..An--Rooky Mount, Bosier Parish, La. T1. P. Si ia-I Charleston, S. c. It. 8. 1b:ro lTrE3-tidgeway, S. C. 1. 1. McMAS'ELL-r-RtossvillC, S. C. Dr. J. I. MV. inT.iN--J achSol's Crock, . V. DvnEI.rKIN-Allstoll, Fl. C. J. Wv. M\cCanawIr-.Salemi Chureb, 8. C. ___:_.~..Yr' T rr.FrsuXrgr DClegatCs 10 thie Conveittion1. The fllowiing genlebIman were eled .Monday hist to l~nift th District, in thC St.ate cIonv III ion, viz: J. 11. ION, Dr. 0 1EN, Tht A 1110ric it Palrlot and 0 IO'lPositiot. We Continm: tihe objections we have to souling delegatei to the Conven Lion. And we now urge some of a 11101 ser'iolum and wighlliIy elarcietr. Our first article in this coninection showed rather the nega tivo el'ect upon the Soulti of the action that Conven tion is likely to take upon it matter ...

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. — 25 July 1866

cli. ilieous. Njw Yit. 'uly 2).-I)eatit is enpilng a fearfull hiarv-it. There wv~e 7L,0) deaths from1 .Santy t I Wbid.iy Iinclu'sive. It is bievel there Ii Cholera caScs in1 privte lies Ih.it are net., reported. tIhstIuaIco ConiviItion lias agreed to ad iico r,tts 10 per cent. The Ilavanna Sonkd i ea* Ie;Ilth I e Stablishekcd I q UrllaI inte of, five dlys uponll ve1, issleis arriving ftrom1 tle Uts. Al 8tites. lven01 thos With clen hills ol iealth will be quarantined three days. .\ li iU, . it.y . ...iA piu lie m .ting is lo posau n. o 0If )i liien tatvs -g liOuanll'is n l. C'O.& l.d tim it Cnv4 1' I , Itn Nuwei 0 :i 'm . .lt l. i .iv1- \ . 1l1f abil chd hit e for1bi long t i r m.1611 - oration of, tI fo lorate 11on11 men1t11, eltU. \:-GUM', llohlril. W a t wrx. :y 2._-.It is un lerstood h0al ix l i I l lin. ,j' N. C , wVill bl e rIei - cit ai s tl ii to San alva o t- Oi thie rou tim'i Ik pvlie t*mi. 1Im in tlie rebellion. 'Fro \\ 10ditilvti oil, Wasmtr-ro:..luly 21.--The Senate...

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. — 25 July 1866

ful: 1[o n tnbALo.] -I,,NATIJRlE'8 iNOBLEU N. Away with falso fatshion, so calm and so chill, Miir p16asure itsbi cannot please; Away with coll breeding, that faitihlessly btill, Alrects to be quito at.is eafso; Not lie deepest in feeling-is hliiest in rank, Tho' freest is first in the band Ant miure's own nobletuan iriendly and frvanuk, I s a ian witi his hoart in his hand. Fearless in honesty, gentle and just, l1 iY.w.rmly can love and can hate; Nor, will ho bow down with his faoe in the dust, To fAshIon's .ntolorant state For best in good breeding, and highest in rank, And truest of all in the band, Is nature's own nomiu, frientdly anti frank, The man with his heart. in his hand. iU fasqhioi iS p lassionl. sincere and intense, D it; impulses siimple antid trite, Yet t1. nper'd by judgmient, and taught by good sonse, A.:-I c.rdial with me anld with you For th ilnest inl alldnletrli andi highest in It is you, yioi,! anal yote 1111a i wilo stnn1, Natiure's on noblIman, friendly and ...

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. — 1 August 1866

Vol.. 1] WINNSBORO, S. C.) WEDNESDAY M .NING, AUGUST, 1866. [NO. 7 11, 1*1 R, Tis ly ill h T no 1! 0" .n 'uAitvv ' t t A 'i A . 44 I I.'. ui .\ V:..n . . . 1 I. . lit' - 4 4I 3 .1 lit '. I 44 , : k. !A$ it44 I 4 I S- l it 4 I 6 I. Vil .. w 1 1. I t 1 0 inli.t ab j 4. to ilLsI ar0 . W 1 ll I 4IVe1trio1 b ;I d IICs j Ill Ll I . ' Was oeenpill..1 bel.'-w liarper0 S fore rblo s, aIld therelore n) . m patss. Thii proved to be true inl ref-e'toe t dinary)3 44rain,.. Nut : '':I pc4.'i"i' wi:hl wla nI "tas Ihe, I ii. \Mr. 'tirponi I ar it a4..w ohr n3Ot:h1,,lillu4s, liiad j.is.ei 1t:g1 t lit ea the li .ack, ant'd k4as; thlereer, alilliki.4C'. 1lug. I)?' intinlic'y, I 144to4nd the enit4gmeer if' ite Col4iing [rain:4 had beell one o1f mty (w4,V1 uAnos er Ii1.I1 diheirle cnginle drivg' r -r a it n Ire ., 1profi1abl buj i niiV ess. M y hl - 4 i. (I Jpe - w s a cool, ii sk:Illt1 e ginuer, and- as- genetrous ats rcecklvs, ot dhin A I il'ted, I nit) soiiner inw him a1-1 Statled :11y to gul p 1 it ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 August 1866

WINNSBORO, S. 0. A. GAILLA RD, EIrroni. 'I. cCREHIGIlIT, A ssocIA'1' E D R. 'lie following gentlemen are ro ,sted to act as Agents for the lmn. Major A. D. 111.1.1AnIt-Roky -soult. Bosier Parish, La. 'T .1. 8: ann--harlestont, S. C. R. S. DEsPon'Es-Ridgeway, S. C. Major 1W11. ~11k.r.-1l0nt icel lo, s. (. H. B. McMAs-rEn-1$ssvill, S. C. Dr. J. L. MAnT IN-Jachsoni's CroNk, 1.. DAviD E.IN--Allstoln,S. C. Jr. W1,. Mcn Cai iI --Sa lini Churebl, S. C. T1 Public Mceting, The p dedings of the public meet ing will be foind (ob;whero officially reported. Wo think it due to i iz-go number of the citizons present to give a series of resolitionls whilh l expres wilmt they thought to be the pr-oper. course of the Sitte in rogard to the Philadolphia Convention. When the vote Wias taken on the ipreimble and resolutions below, Its to whether they should be subst ituted for those submit ted by the committee of five, it stood 23 against the substitution and 19 for it. TIhus it will appear that the iss...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 August 1866

The Atlh:(it' hlt oi c!'css. 13Yo:, July "3.- The Atlantic Cable 3! a1 "3utee:.S. Th10 follow.nin dis3paItc 1a1M Jtr~ bIe receied t : " i l :l3 3 ' C l 333 9 C u : 3 , d u l Y ' .- - W e Ili C-1h r a 'clV tk h O'iC I, e3it 1..1 wel T!.:,tok Cod, 11hi CabloIlo, beenI hud' Cv t r :jW.:F: .3 3.7 ll ICq n, : d ot!y 2-.-- lWe are inl hs~~rehi conmeh-a:. wah creiud. The n3 "l 33 et mih-r. mitudand Aneriaare .Ain 11in itd b- e d' 1:1Prn ree Itisedn ne n e A'n I k - .\nstriak :a: 'i .3 1i1. .\ prnhm t A n;: !y v. that a 1311day. VC. : I. : I..n .; : o .: h : Asidl ciai - chb i t vict ory. A , ovee I : ao zw n : :. Iment looki phmic. oil C:. "Oth. lT b anid k-1, h Thm All lrhulr caolI d- : victory. They , n th -.mi t taial litn ! : - running I Miw one ami boin g 1,p hreeo. 3ii'' 3 3i- l u 0r0' , " 3)333.33 -, h '.b i i :.. J ll - i, . 31 -! k.; . :II*. i ;3' ,: ' h. ti t- : 1 ,\\ : I I t 3,: 1'' : .1 ir:? a i t 140den itf ho:-l el s e, ualsed grevat b,: ov- n1--:: in :-H Hiema e . nu .t ': 1...

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. — 1 August 1866

jpoetryj. CITY LYRIC5, Tsia.,---"Oh !"---Shakspeare. either is exceeditig hot, sky exceeding blue, ell me, lovely Isaiel ,at shall I, shall Ido ? I keep cool-I court the breeze, it oh I the breeze is coy And, like thyself, disdainato come And All my heart' *ith joy. riopt in Ice last night, But when I woko at dJay, I Boated in a tepid bath And thought I'd run away I Do what I will, I cnn't, htlmp cool, I'mn-roasteddon and brown Andtil shall soon tvaporato Unless I leave tlhe town. The bricks are hot-the pavements hot, The side walks hotter still Oh I for a cooling country breezo Upon a country hill I Oh, for the green and ilowy turf, The fountain danoing free, Whero I might. Pit and poetize My Isabel, with tMee I Nay, smile not oil my sumburnt brow, Alas I it cannot smile again, If not the wretciedest, I am The sultriest of mon. On-!. for awshower-bath of tears, Pray elied them, Isabel, But if you do, just recollect., My love, to ice them well I TilE LAST CENTSATION NVEL. GOl'OMUT"1...

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 August 1866

vlWINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDALYMO) 'NING, A UGUS''8 86 FAIRFIELD IERALD, 113 NI' t L H' II I1) W V I 1i VI fly (Gnonrda~ D)esporQtes & Co0 .y in 1the Towin or wiiiibor,., at 193.01) in vareat ly ill ad e . dy- All transiosi aIvjrtisemenIs to be pai in a~dvanice. Obituary Notices and reilbntieis 31 0.) pa square PU S HOUST ON, THNE 1110;'.DER Ft t-AUTY1-1 flY CHiARI.l.5 If. DAY. Many years ago, there stood a log cabin close by the border. It. matters not what particilar spot, but Le it sufficient 'twas onl the bordfer . A description of the e hiin is iseless -the readeC , has, no doih, road hnn dreds written by nu abier pen. "'ass- say,,. Puss !" exelaiis a ialn in tho Cahinl door. Thint man is our heroine's father. ie los evident ly just returned from his ionp, for the pelfries hatng by his side. "You, Pluss ! KiP screalms tie o ld mimi. "TI are comes the little jade !" lie contianus, its tlie young girl came toward the cabinl, bound ing or stolen and fa llen tii ber like afright...

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