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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 July 1867

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry 'and Literature, r $3 0 p A -VOL. 11.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY IORNING, O 3 "01109 o Csf), k8(o FAIRFIELD HERALD iS 1't.Sil1:1 w :iR.KLY BiY MISPIORTlES, IVILLI AIS & Co, '/'erm.--Tii i 1i:tA.nl is plish he:1 Week ly in the Town of Winnsb->ro, at 3.00 in vurrabhly ill adtvance". Asf"All traniient, advertisentcnits to bec pairl in :ilvaiice. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per sq uare.12 Selected Poetry, THF LONG TO-MORROW. Ol ngo, that sttails Ile web of lii'o, .\fil Cheis that shttle's eager paces, ]ringing 'ret froni fill the wold's vainistrife, .\n.1 weaves anl ol manl to old l'aces. Anwl mlill ,ly h it b iS armil y yet, Although .;randlbrilren Ilay before me, Andl I can easily uorget That eighty uinmers have passed o'er me. .Sweet nmiden with the downcast eyes, To whom ii.y grandson gaily chatters, And treasuires upt thio low replie~s Youk noanko on iay t'oolisl...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 July 1867

NEWS SUMMARY. Sor nilitary Interforences ox.overnor Wells has had hils Phil. They say in Paris that the Prnoo Impe -ial has tihe scrofula. lumphry Marshall is u oundidate fbr the Eeutucky .Legislature. Govornment will take all the telegraph linos inEngland for the postal service. Barnum pays Tom Thumb $10,000 for five wooks' engagement. .hat Thumb pulls out extraordinary plums. The potato blight has appeared in Ireland .slnd whole fields are affected by the disenee. Fifty-one iron-clads remain unsold, stick Ing in the mud of the Delaware. A number of new post oflicos have been opened in the South. The department in tends perfooting the service as speedily as possible. A Paris chocolate vendor has placed upon ithe cover of his elocolate, "Imailtafors of this Chocolate will be pliislhed with denth." The gun which Gen. Seth Pomoroy, of Northampton, used at. the battle of Blunker Hill, is on exhibition in that. town. A patty of convicts attempted to escape from the ponitentiary at Mille...

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. — 3 July 1867

Latest by Telegraph, From Washing.)ton,. AV (-r .July 1.- is vagne ly reported that Cen. Custar, with a small cavalry force, has been overpow cred and the general killed. GIreeley was, before the judiciary coinmittee to-day. Thero was an oxtra session of the Cabinet to-day. The republicans vwill hold a caucus to-iorrow. Neither the proident nor tle heads; pa rtlient Iwill "end Iuessage s or reortsl1 to) C icre uniles .speally called for. Graud Colebration inl Rome. RUoMn:, June11 30,---Tho religious ceremon11i ll n lvm, in ceolebrating the I 810th, anniversary of St. Peter's maryrdmand (the cauinonization of, the muartyrs in dapan, mws one of the In. :1 gorni. that has been1I vitnies.icel in Oh, world since tle days of Kinig '1l1m n. The olser1van1e1.4 Coil nn11onlced with a general ilhouninationl ofthe cily. St. .t'ter's glow'l like a -freat cl1ire11 oil fire. A t 7 a. m., a gra Id pr voces.sion of prelates, priess, illonks maL soldirs 11:c'eu id frm tiihe bat (enu to St.. Peter's....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 July 1867

Selected Poetry. THE DOMIOILE EREOTED BY JOHN, 2ranslatedfrom the Vulvaleof A. Goose. D Y A. PeT1!L. Biehold the mansloio. reared by i)aedal Jach; Sco the mault stored in Imanly i plethorio sack, i ttl I110 p)1l( cir(io of Ivan's bivonac. .hlark how thie rat's felonious fangs invado Tho golden stores in John's Pavilion li-1. Anon with velvet. (out and Tarnjin strin,les, Subtlo Grimalkin to his quarry glides, U(rlmalkin grim, that slew the ice roilent, Whoso tooth insidious Johann's sackelcit rent! Lo 'nowI the doop-mouthedt canine foe's as Sault That voxod the avengor of thstomn Iallt, 8tored in the hallowed precincts, of thlat That rose complete at Jack's croative call. Here stalks the impetluous coV with crumpted Whero'er tihe exacerbating h1oun11d wis torn, Who bayed the felinle slaughter-beast, that slow The rat predacious, whose keen fangs ran thro' The textile fibres I hat involved the grain, Which lay inl flan's inviolate l tintin, Hlero mark forlorn the )atn0ee crowned with ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 July 1867

eo-sportes, Will -iams & Co. Proprietors. A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, hnquiry, Industry and Literature.Lem--3 0prAnmI dac VOL i11] W1N N SBO 1010, S.* C. W EDJ 1)N E SD)AY MOR '.1 NI-.N G, J.ULY11.[5 .. - -- I- - . - .'. - . --. - . . . . - -- ...- ., TilEl FAIRFIELD HERALD IS l'tn~ si I.: V.1IIIK y BtY DESPORTES, II 11IAMS & (0. Terms.-Tit Illn.u. is pubishel Week ly in ithe Town of Wvinnsboro, at, S3.00 in varrabiy in iwiance. G ' All Intn isieit, advertiseinents to be paid in a ilvance4. Obittary Notices anil Tributes S1.00 I-r Selected Poetry. Tif LESSON OF THE LILLIES By .tl, nlear ninrgin of I he plen sn ut si reams, in pure ani pale and pearly glow, low al'ter row, Like virgins wrapt in ley dreinms That oante and go iehold tie lillies waving to and fro. They sing their whispering sotigs to God Ilone, Touching, with snow crowred diadem, Hlis garilnent's hern: Thiy sitg as knowing they are kiown, lEin h l1:11 ta lt stei Chatits its lusiumiah i tat. lie care...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 July 1867

-L. -. WVINNSBORO1,, S. 0. Woduosday Morning. July 10. 1W/.; D. B. McURFE[Gl T, Elrron. TIRMS---FOR HERALD. T IIE n~lA por~i imeyear - TWO DOLL.ARS for Six anIliths ONE l0 .Alt For titree uiaih. -- paynble II'I' ' p Te' C4.111 ' . lrly- Thle Ilp er will I, 1 .0011 'l "I tIW 114ex I ratltiott of ite litnle ihr whilch letymviit h-islheenit. Siblscriber who limli t cri,, umi rk oi the wraoppi r ir iirtin of tli r im per. will t ndt-:r:.taitI ti it tfiu tiano ptd for he-v rxpired. ADVEltTISIN1 1 VrI -Oni Doliar per sil:uiae for tho lir.<, anil Sq rnty aive cent4 l' r ewl sl zite. qiaetil il'urlinin. A 'it-i vo rents of the ,s.tcuiucl u - 1lit-Il In y e if lh% S,/.'o iype. cl.11 IATPES ---it) cies 1 s yeii r Twe l tv-ihily - 1 Dofllars. All extr:% clly to te e141rson Inal.leg lip the4 cintt. alnerti I iii iir , 1IlJG . I C'y"' W it rIo11 Ilion ~ilr l lthe - I to1 n ehthI Iis retureisedandl tlo moto i 4 patid, tht u ersen.t 1inking the,11 -111:0. mny% ;il l t)-n initri.er ilf int s t O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 July 1867

Local items. An Appeal. I every vell-regulated Printing l1ice, the Plitor, . roprietors and ("oinposi tors, alt at and pay taxes. T !ecure theso iocessitics, they toil Und labor day after day. We have done the lat ter, ii th is ofive, but we have se'ly failed inl the former. The tax-colleetor was here on last; Thrus dayv, and we cottld not all raise money C011eugh to 1y t% Olw avy taxeswe have to shouldir. We are e>mpecllcd to linllm e" u1111,1 oil.Il tllt ! in t e i t, })eealuse we t-e l igel to, eat up thleir mca hoef're it is ipi il f'or. '\We speak that (;we do kiow," and we feel sadly what weC :pal.: The in1ebtedn.ss ol' our patrons is not , indiviliily, largue ; but tle ag gregate hielp its collect iou would unow affilrd Its is "). We ppeatl ptainly ; wve hope we do si to the ale end willing. Will tie iimlted to I I 3 onice pdeao'; ca il setth-, as we arie olm,'1"d.l to) hive motiev. .i A RR1 E), Oi Wednes lay, Juily :41, by Rlev. C 11. etts. at filie A. It. Churl l, in thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 July 1867

80r 000l''/ PANET ~ Ll (J i AN... in ::toi. : r.: r . Itil.l ii Vill Ii' F i , hll t. Never, llouah 1i1- wiils n1)'Y rave, 1%aliv r lo.ok back, lt upIon Ohe alar!test wave Leave ia shiilg Irack. Nol:y ulare hile wildest ,tovni, S eI ile barur st gile, lirvo of leart inl "troilg o' a In You I ill nevelr t'ail. Whi th nO -b is Cold ro''hI g lkte:q) :Iml ill viev. Ant (oda (lie i too a:; 'addle your ow21I caloe. Every wave that bears you oIl To the .liln sh1.o re, Fronm i tumyll .utee hasl (nI To Ilir 1 Iet it'n fl re,. (hoi lot I li t : I I' ,iIla 1111 while if is cali%-,I tel, l'arlllU your ownI Canioe, y If yOur birh detliv yio wvealh, Loly tIato antl ow'cr, luioiest l'. une t ith ny hlvuth, 'i, A re ak bet tr (--ower; B i ' teis will n1 l , Golden gainI prsule, Anal it) win tlie glit inig prize, laddlo your own canoe. Woultd you wITrest t(e wreahIi of -':nie Froa tie lawl of 'aOP - Wvo il you write .1 atuii lal'.SA na.ine1, Wilh Itie vtoirlani great: WVouII you ble yIv-; r elbl- en...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 July 1867

u ! - Desportos; Willims & Po,, ivroprletorsJ -A Fjnily Paper, DDoted to Scionco Art nquiry ndustry and Literature [Terms---$3 00 por Annum In Advne. VOL. 11 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDA MORNING, JULY 17, 1867. n-1 ____ [NO. FAIRFIELD HALD 14 L'UJpIsuI-1 Iw.mKy A ,Y .DESPOtrTES, WILLIAMS & Coe 4r4fs.---Tau n isA) IS published-Weok. ) inI tlr Town of Winnsboro, aL.S3.,00 iq. vb abl b dvancc. Wary , AlltransIoat advorTislP6jonts to be paid in advance. Obituary Notlees and Tributes- $1OO. per Square. Selected Poetry. BLAOK EYES AND BLUM The eyes of brilliant, sparkling joi, Anti titose of bluo that iunildy beam, Iver disputed when they met, Which should prostmo to reign supiven4 Each boldly clainte1d the proforouco Their part isiins contesting strove At. length boih rested their defenco, in juidgwont. from the od of Love. Never before, .dirl any cause, L'rn'ltuto O muelt einbarrassimdnt; The b1acks and hmes t,' expound t)ho laws. Had advoontes Oti tiluiph bent. For umpircs, chu)o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 July 1867

WINN8BORO 1 0, Wodnosd-ytornin tfy 1 1 1 ;dft .D. 13. McC]E11 KP, IITKro TERMS---'rOR IERA.14). TIMED DOnL .M R111 'ery'ar: TWO DOL RATs for F'lx m1141n11 ; ONE 1 ).IAIt l1ar tlirce Ili iIII -. Iaytbll leIn Tultltukl. ingle ci'i - ' 1'un C(mts. t3- Tho pIniCr Will1(I's 11 1 tstQaI 4,n Owi v-x raioit of tiho ORWt im e wl'icl Piy lvet hit's lyiei m 11 ibabr ihers who'tIhd a crovs iiark on thie 'rtv'nper er bnirglfl or lt'r pp er, wil I idertik tal titI. til, thino paid Gir lin e ired ADVERTISVfINI l TI.-Ono Dollur ler squa'o for tho lir~l, nnd 4,v, .'y ihn uenti t' r !:-ch iul-i quess a litirthmo. Ai st -re <<uivIsisto h sii plce Uu pledt by twelv, line11.f A h aIzIsI o typo. C 1.1110l RAT d3 -10 copit - oli(i yw'ir Trv iity Ayie Pollars. An extr% clipy ito the ' pr.iiaul i t ti le h c'ilt. 11nlr tIhi. 1 ,st 1 tintv, V07. v-P* W iti'no liuo nii trou w li <,t a cLhili rottarOl tiff tIm Iioley Is imll, tho porsemi muitlio the chli,' mn v nd.l niy l ullm -r ot' muies n li- otme ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 July 1867

Latot by Telegraph, Congressional, ASIt vON, July 12.-Ju tI< House, Mr. Julien asked leavo to-in troduoe a resolution ordering. tho Re. con.truction coniittoo - to'. report V a bill forfeiting the lands grantod it Southern States for railroad puirposes stuting that thcro wore 5,000,000 o: acres of Lio best lanis in th 60 utli !n the h1a1n of the IOol e10 porr.:m1 which poor men, wijite and- blackA should have for homesteads. .Mr. A Wood objeotod. Mr. Jul ien moved to sspnIid-the rules. '.Il 0 rules wor thon suspindod by. a vote ot ninety 1in1e to thiity-tivo, an1d the resjolitioln 44 nodificd to.e-mbrnco only M is.sLsippi, Ala!):uma, Florida, Arkaneis and Ljoutiiaalli-wheni it was passed. Mr. 1utle2r oibered a reolut ion thmt the Di)tri t', !omanid o e be auth->rized to inste d,000,000 of cotuponl bonds, beaing 7 3-10 per cent. interest, to repair the lovoos, and the asstiiption of-which should be t condition preco dent to Lou1i-siana's adis.sionl. Hie moved a ,tmspiension of ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 July 1867

Selected Poetry'. THE PARTING POINT, Thus far, then, side by sde, The self-saws pathwe'ive pled Our hope, our prospect and htorizon one Now this new path I choose; Yet blame not nor accuse, 3ut, parting, bid tao, in God's name, go on, Vor still by day or night, Through travail and delight, With men, or talking with tlo earth and sea, I fluid no written rule, Nor form of creed or school, But something that beats here Is more to Ine. 'Tis better thus to part; lut falsehood to the heart Shoots. bitterer arrows barbed with self disdain; The beaten ways are sweet, Worn with i thousand feet Not with old foot-prints must my path be plain. Think not (he eternal Cool. Is measured with mau's rood, His thoughts scizanneod, as the stars are, one by one1, No prophef, saint or sage Shall stun up truth, or giauago Gott's purpose ripening as tho ages run, In crocus ana. iI rose, Aiouigh (40 sailo suisline glowe, Ono flower waves oriisfn anl one trembles gol Dost thou alone 'claim sight, ? Is love l...

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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. — 24 July 1867

NS r, Dco1'Lrcs, wi11jaI'lni & Co., Propi'tors. i A karnily Paper Dev'oted to Scielice',. Art, Inquiry, lindLStry and L.itera!tUre.ITri(-30 erAnm nAvne VOL. U. \YI2K)T2( ~ . (i~ rOV~I -C TI IY2,I~Y N .~ FAIRFIELD HERALDI IAs X''u%~N IA l:.KL.Y 11Y ' ies - -TuI:iill, m 1 publA l C -..V - iar'lyC~~t inl a lttancte. iftl iii xiii ii' V111 i ll ' alit'. k-j lltvtu Isient. sid]vertIis- ett to 1.1v paid in advnuwe Obituy:u Notices.i and Tribitvsi) par Selected Poctri~ I IWhAT IS TI'l M, W rini'd. :III.I hit-lt, aoli whlile v;::h bo "1Tilnte ii the w;:Iip of lif, ho l.: 101 The I-, : t he g-air, I) f r, t1we e Sn: ked i he :nv&n of-- r V frein the 004. krav a h10,10; ;OL.:".. 'X" Ti th rean in I - ; siln r, ere Oth tio Of' life hadl left. hli- veins-1-Tiie!m h lie '-'elo-t it !- :h1I thet( ao : . 1.h0 died. I a -1 The golden run, and Air on Ihi e hihtche r of<hy n year, yhey ,I)s"veredl- oTiline i., but a vteerI .A111 t. ; . . eint I- , 'l An I I v. I t . k I% tu i ll lit i In :...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 24 July 1867

S :S U 31 MlA It 1'. NiO .10, i.laim lLS been lEcented to Irlachi ink lhio. liebiert, J. . ieekenr'idjgO, woll known in medical rcivrces in ie (onfederate Stat es aiiriy, nud. at one iinle, noting Chief Medi. I al Ifirecitr of the Arily of iorthern Vir gi il, died a few days since ill Houston, Texas. Mrs. .1elierson lDivis, vith her child and ervanil, arrived in the cily of Charleston file 161th, by tIe s lnmer Champion. 11nd1 put tip at. Ihe Milk 114louse. IN the nftr 1noun sho left for Savannah oni the City Point. The won&rful viality of Mhe Hebrewy race h as never been mure folihly demon. Strafed 1han11 ill thto insuianec of Ni.reali. Born without. rank, fortune or social posi, lion, by (1he sher forco of inlelleet he has14 11111nted if Ihle highest place in. Eln it , Anld lead.4 Ithe proudest and most powerrfu alritoccie in tie world into aeceptance of a refermi ieasure they dtl i tL. The I lylermon,h l rge t haloon ever inado in is cointry, ith a ca p1aey fI r Sevntyl lioua...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 24 July 1867

Latest by Telegraph. GongrossionaL, WA'ulINroN, Jully 19.-SEi-:r. Tle .1 IV l :unendn:et, to tie bistrict bill, allowitg negroes to serve oin juries, wa adoped. Joint resolhitions from th'm [oue, nulif ying the decrecs or the Ciurt of Chism , were severely denounced by Trumbull. Soinner introdneed a bill to strib:o the Word 'Wilite" frou tile natItral*!iltion h 1ws. R'ferred to the Judiciary Com The vet) r the Suippleinlent al iteconl. -1ru1ctionl bil wa then reva.1 au-1 the hill t ssel no' t withlienaing;. A ye. :s iys 6, vi7 1Iayard, Buckatw, Da. vis. leidricks, Johatn aind Patteron, of' Tetuimsi'se, and tle Chair annutnced that the bill was a law. The iReconstruction A pnropriation bill was theni passeqd over tile , Y 10. The Senate p:used at resolution to adjourn to-Imorrow at. 3 O'Cloc'< to Imeet again on the first Monday in December. Ayes 22, nays, 15. The latter iiner representini the imp-nelunient. elemzent in ihe S;enat. Adjourned. 11:I.: -'rie Assassimat ion Commit. tCe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 24 July 1867

Orginal Poetry, I volt IMPROMPTU---PASTORAL, I i happenled en a -t:Suier's day, That two sat cowy in a 11hdy," 'I ile the "l'ach -Work" dunkey led tIe wa y To a fair-ofl field of rye. 'lac long t hey laitl(el ncar a wail, Tecio Fiirt: lhe luso is p'leased tw etl To introduce lihe Pastoral, Laid inl a liold of ryo. Anon, the 4"shay" was iisa' Flr 3he lid left hia quito alolne, Nor scrupled, tuodemtly, to own, Sl inust go thro' tie, rye. hne fearless glance the maiden gave, Across the wie Pagcolen.g wave, Anl then plunged, graceu'tilly al braw'. da the "va'ty de'ip" of rye. .Boldly she si enaietl Ote rolliig :;en, A atiglt. for lim in lhe "',hny" to see, Jiut failli, ihe got on wini..gly Amid tha wind.-tosised rye, -As 1ho wives retired 1foar ra'el's a ooj, On cila her side-tu- Ifriet-n Ily droopas I ever-ential] aw ---hoop) he ; re: petitld field'o'f rye. O Muce, singnot, the 'eep 'dimay 1, hiit Vhao, trembling on (ho hl ay, F"Orgot (le paawing couri.r's neigl, While gazing on (lho r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 31 July 1867

Desportos, W millbis & Co., Proprietors] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry'and Literature [Tcrms---$3 00 per Annum, In Advance VOL 11. WJNNSBORO, S.C, WEDNESDAYMORNING, J 3187. t TVilE FAIRFIELD HERALD DESPORTE'S, WILLIAMUS & CV. l in the Town or Winnsbori, at. :3.00 in 'arcuably i a'ane, k. Ali ii . ativdYer ti tn Io pahl in ndivance. Obitvi'y Notie.s and Trihnies $1.00 pr Solected Pootr , BEAR (_N, BEAR NOBLY ON. .T,)k alofl ! wit It I t int , i W\'ilh persovering energy. (1:nec upii tihe steMimes or line W ti spiril so iing iy, 11111o iln thy 1h- -i1'1 enin.1, AI - i inieess I 100h j ll tile uponl, Effor in the wdi llil:-bine Blear on. -hurrl nobly on. Aro-vtoech dormanit flt1y li bering inl thle- li):les brleast; Our worSt- 11i11-1 gre:r114t. Cneay 1 i m , inal2111 S r i, ' Whence poverty,. conie'opt a6ul sinime I iaee I he eningoe If in lit.- i i le the pr (y claim, '1 .ll -ii i t)r )) i .i i .Each i n wnii l, :..s it :lii , poy : ily Illn h un....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 31 July 1867

NEW'xiSUMMARY. O - From 5,000 to 100,000 porsons daily visit the French 1xhibition. A Toe victory or sadowa wit colieloora. 5 ted July 3d, at flin and throughout Prus- 0 t-la.I In so prilisliCs in ntisiana many free. I nien are dy3mg orcholora. eiaLai oases have I The boly of Maximilian, after lie was ihot, mesurod six feet tIriio iiches. Ills I heirt, it. is siltod, w''s uiinsually largo. GJenoral Portirim Diaz has been appointed 1 Coinma nder-hi-CIief or tho ariuies5 of the Roepulio of Mexico. A muan itI Newport dispolatcl iL meLssago to Alexmilriii, Egypt, i distatice or ubout 7000 miles, the oiler day, andLLI in ti wenty five hours had a reply. A Radical editor cries aloud, "Draw the lines i" voll, Ittd, pas 0110 around your nook, and we'll draw it., says the oliourfu I 1'retiio. Tho ltaIUical:i i'riuse to allow dosoters to vote aii hold otfioe in thle North. It is a little singular, but I hey scarcely tllow anybody elso to vto or hold oflice in the 'South'l The Pole, who mado t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 31 July 1867

Latest by Telegraph,_ Cable Dispatcli. VlEsNNA, July 23-.]vening.-Great preparations are made hero for the ro Ception o' the Sultan. If all the plans are carried out, the ceremonies and (es tivities, during the Sultan's stay here, will excel in ranudeur and iti iificenee anything he ias mot With iI either France or England. TuiiSTE', July 23-Evenir.g.-The Imperial Frigate Navnro has sailed from this port for Vera Cruz, with or ders to bring bnck from Mexico the re. 311111is of Maximilian. PAluts, July 23.-The F'rienh Gv. ,w ernmiet has prohilbited the pRineing Ofj any ior-601o of tle R::'in rnilroad loa in the P.rii marke. Adminal Parra rmt has, arrived inl this city. The Utnited Slates Ministeur, General Dir, gavu a fre. to-day, iII hionor of the Admiral. A ha rge numiber of American ladies and, gettleien were presenlt. The Scotia takes out $1,500,000, in specie. Sortr Tunros, J1ily 2;.-The raf't. "Non - pa-oil" has arrivet- all well. LONDON, Jitly 27.--Ex King 0!ho, of Greec, died...

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. — 31 July 1867

Selected Poetry. TO MY MOTHER-* IY- RaEV. EVFN It. rTArrA. I kntow fibon nrl Wef in) fihe mansion ofpence Thy gracious liedeenlier. hals given ; lease, Since 1ihou lire neceptll inl henvanl ? T(ou hast left us, aid gono to thy dhelling above, hero sorrowand grief enn not con; Thon hnsi soighI and obtained it bright m1ian. Hion of love, Anl angels have welcomed (lice home. Thou art gone to that. land where they need not tile sun To banish tile shades of tile nighi Whero God, thiall-seeing, oniiipotenit one1, Is (lie lire, and tile hei , and thle light. ''And there is no uight, thoro," for darkness and gloomi . Can not etler that far-away sphere, Whore dayhenm tos celestial forever illume, And summer encircles the year. I never beheld I lce, dear Mother, (heso eyes llaving barely been oped (o the light, Ere thou llst in foindiess looked up to (le sk i es, And (hy spirit had taken its flight: Yet, ol ! I believe thou didst, gjue upon mie With a fondnuecs that could not, bo told, .lAre ...

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