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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 7 August 1867

I -ON -*'I t ~ - -- _ - . ""'sport's, o, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms----$3 00 per Ann, In Advance VOL.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUS 7 1867. T1' I N'~ F.AIRFIELD HERALD is I'tll B1.1311ND) WE'ICYi BY ESPOR'E, WILLIAMS & UO. Tr. II- ilAL is publiheI Week ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at 93.00 in vcmreably/ in uwl,'nce. Ij All transient advertisements to be pail in advani'e. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per Selected Poetry, WHICH? The following tells its own story, and a beatiiful one it is too-- to be read best andl([ sounding i'weeter when (lie family circle have gatlhered arouid thl1e evening- lamp, perhlaps : -Which simii it bo i which shall it be ?" I looked It .ohii-.iohn looked at me, (Dear, patient John, who loves mo yet As well is the' my locks were jet.) And when I thil unt that I Iiist. spIWtlk, blMy voice seemed strangely low an1 weak, "'ell mile agaill what I bert said ?" And I hen...

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. — 7 August 1867

NEWS SUMMARY. Carlotta has gono to lBelgium. It is thought. probable that England will invado Abysslia on thle Coming of cold weather. numnas are to be tried in California. ~'The plant s aro imptortedi from Central Ameri c a. The Troy Times says that Congressman Morrissey nide utpwards (of $2C0,000 inl stock operations in lW'nl. street last. steek. Frank Fitch. a well known billiardist, at Troy, made the niparalled score of 190.58 points one day list week. ion Daniel 'Iace, fin ex1m.telber of Con. gress, committed suicide in Lafayette, Ind., whereche was Postinaster, on Fridiay. Now York is more wasteful otf water than any city in (he world. In London the quantity used is twenty gallons a day to each inhabitant, in Paris forty gallons, and in that. city sixty. Somo beef, which was deposited in tins beneath tie heap of stones is Spitzbergen by Ca!-H in Parry in 1827, was recently dis. Covered. fnd a portion was cooked anl i eaten at a supper in Stockiholm, after being presrved for fo...

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. — 7 August 1867

Latest by Telegraph. Cablo Dospatohos, LoxNox, August 1-Evening.-The loaders of the reform have made ar rangements for another grand movement in IHyde Park, on Monday noxt, - for t,1 liur 1apose of pi-otestinig ngainst thec cutting down of the franchise, which was ex tended by t.i reform bill as it passed the HouSo of Commons. LoOo, Atigust 2--1Nvening.--In tho I louse of Ljords, the reform bill was reported from the Committee of the W hl!!, wher it was inder consideration, a'd won ordered to a third rend:n. Filial nS.ion wvill be taken on lie meas II% oil TiLesda v. Ih::nu\, Augur~St 2.-Von~i Uismanrck's oliciaul organ here, in an editorial, to day, stronglv urges the great avers of Eiurope to intpose ill the Cretan <'iesLinol. King Willian of Prussia to day is. suied a Irproclamation, assumini g the' du. ties of sovereign of the North"' German States. I.:srr, August 2.-At the recent election for ilembhers of the I iungarian .Diet, I b'ui Kossuilh was chosen to rep reseit Ile ci...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 7 August 1867

Selected Poetry. CTOM[NG PLEASURES. Shilo w -keaves of rugged elin, 'Tlrown tIn cool, green inemI'low pjans : fliht, bOyoIl, and Ilowerel reams, l'assing Iees' deepi orgn'clhanit I. . ' :ir t I ouch ihe check 3 1,iko a roso, Is "of' a nl brief: Hlappy Ihoiughts that neted not speak, Lapped in ist null 1-)ve's belie'. 1"ippling stream1 b1Y stul and sha-le, ; olel en1,4.41eaheil orldil lab dep Wher thlie ditant con they reap. 4.11l all hlour. 13eni n swveel, Hliishing" the .inio.;< frown 1 anniiig ache and t1inbles IleaMt hiing tLeaveliy ii;geds down, S"eC00ol of tho Hon. W. Munigeul, of Ohio, The spcloi of thI lion. NV. Mtlgell, edf 0hio, dehivera li mLthe I louse (of' Itop. .ntative,: at Lth Iito sittihig of Coni 111. h 1 1 ,htely Sent to itv, says4 , onX / r'A, by il.3 author. I eve i,, d]"Voted to n t litnilla races, to " Which illust bo jiro n I O .9t Soth1,i, but of tie United States ) ey', of f reling an tC rac03, inhabiting Igliues vith great 1;11%u into of.ur govern-i CUT:...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 14 August 1867

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Artn, Industry and Literature. Terms---$3 0 per Annum In Advance. A~rt , Indu styrnv.tra VOL. 11.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNES DAY MORNING, AUGUST 1 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 i'UBnLISHESD wHEEVKLY BY DESPORTES, WILLIAMS & CO. Terna.-Tute. ltnAn is )ubislihOl Week ly in (tho Town of Winnsboro, at 83.00 in varnvbly in advance. i&y" All transient advortisements to be paid in advaneo. Obittutry Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. Selected Poetry. MAXIMILIAN'S DEATH. Nothing in mordern literature comes near like description of' Maxinilian's' herolo end as Aytonn's description of. the execution of Mont.roso; 'kit when he caine, though pale and wan. He lookevd so great and high, So noble was his manly front, 1o ealni his steadfast eye The rabble rotute forbore to shout, And each man hold his breath, For well they knew the hero's soul Was face to face with death. * * * * * * "There was glory on his forehe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 14 August 1867

Oneo of the mlost bnotorin handits in ii ly is ulisepp.e Aloiie, a/;as Josepl tor. row, formerlyi a N' w York rowdy. lie a tended Yale College for iwo ycars, and has aro '-e an iiinme of some of the New Yorkl prisons. t tle 3 st or O.tober' text, it will bw * A hundred atnd fifty years sinvo Luther ed the niney-five 1TheS on the door of Castle Cuh iiiat Witt enbiliug. It will .torlinigly coin mplote t le sevenilh .11ubilee of tih leIeformation, whichl historically d.tes from tIhat a111to. Driving taitdem is describetd Ili he di'jvitig of two or inoro horsos onio aheal of tle othr. it. is i Iaiu word whihI irealn: "t lengt,'' and ha)s a fiar-fetlche aiIppl icati'on. Now, the horso fairs lIiiv a now ' en whieb is ric-dm," as applicblde Io three horees. This torm is von nmore forced (hin (tie oth or. .ho Now Orleans DulkeNn reiuarks that. "if in pilace of enouring thll ile Iimmii igr'a tion of Coolinm, we conl enciourage tle ll anigration of a himired lIohoisndml looms td srinidles, ve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 14 August 1867

iatest by Telegraph, Cablo Dispatchets. 6r. Piras1ius1nun, Avgust 10 -A treaty c poace was coniiled yesterday betwou Prussia and lok hara. LosnioN, .\gust) 0.-An American wa steaicr itn been oidt.d to Crete. The lirayhead accident. was exatggerated Thore was only three coaches pl-voipitate into the sea, and four persons killed out riglt. Pants, Au gust 10.--The Tu'rkish1 Admirn took a despatch from11 at srvalttit, l' Iillcot Alorris, who hII laid (Ihe matte r bI'tire th Turkish (lovernment for rcaress. 'I'.i Porte's reply haWnot t ranspired. FGonR:Non, Augast. 10-The cholera i raging wit con.sidcrable violcuee in l'alcr meo, 6leily. Nowa items,9 NCw OntLiNs, August 1u.--.\l ie.s ITr-> lavana t' the 5th1 mtate Ihat a soly i1 being forted 4to prolaito e mig;ratiou o vliite laborces rl'omt Spain. Lowl col' plain tt are made oin account of tile dicovery ltat. alm.1ost every Ilice ol gold coin in circuat ion oil th islit I i clipped MIu) y ditbloonlits arc daily fouI to be Mhort.:2 an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 14 August 1867

Selected Poetry, THE LOVE or A MOTHER. ur con.Iiatr eIiro:. A briglit crystal foIinitai M1ore pure than iIll 4. 1her, I lowing free inel forever, b; IIho lovo of a Aother, Tihne cannot sully it, Nor unkiniti's4 congeal, .llt It inoves on its inissiou To soot lie 111111 it o h e l. A star in life's darkness lore bright. iltan ill other, Cc nstan'- anti ficless. The Love of a M-liher; And geuitfle and genial Its beaut ill sheen, Gilding life's pathway With halo serene. A rare, priceless jewel, More doar tIhan nill other, The world Iay not bimy it-. The JLove of a piother. Years din not its lustre, Nor lessen it worth, And iti valie in cni eit, All over lhe ear-lh. O,cling to it, Alerisl it, Lot nothing rover-. liil it aboiut ily henri, Wear it forever; For holier, r.Itl Iruer, A nd better thim other, Is the Goil given treasure The Love of a iother I The Hon, B, If. Hill, of Georgia. Tho Plowing sket.ch (if t.he afore named distingiisled e(.orgianl i3 drawn from thl life, by (x-GOverio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 21 August 1867

6-06 I~ I.. xmpm~ Desports, Williams & Co., Propntor.] A Family Paper Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature, LTorm-$3 00 per Annum, In Avano VOL.11.1 WINNSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1867. FAIRFIELD IIERALD Te.rm~. -l'Tut ll iS pub)ishel Week- y ly in tle Town or Willsbor', it $3,0 in- I var."ibly, in aI.'ec. A.,,i' A'Ill Itinsient, advertisetllents to be y liaiI in lId a . I 0)bitary Notices and Tribute 8'1.00 j'e :I Solectod Pootry, --t1 [Prom the -Oel. It THE GOLDEN UALP. 1Belovelam i by girls aid men, MY right is never Wrong ; My emllpty hend's at', good a; en, fl l1'Caitse lily purse is long. To others ilho' mannlian he st1ern, vN And liteauty's welcomeeAl, I They'll all ay "Y-s" when tholusanids bls, h Tie fortutes fi thlie fool, a Sweet nr the loons a mrtiher' eye Mn favorl mitori bends, Whlen mtoiEy to eah burning igh if Its fond cchantmlent lends.'9 For younger sons may ask in vain, I And whilicr love by Steahh;i un "mtrnMA vmille, andl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 21 August 1867

[ Wrillen for the Fairfield IIeraid ] HiVtory of tho Mount Zion Suoioty, nd tho Collego EstablishoId undor itW Aus pioS in Winsboro, S,.0. nlY D. 11. j'oMlOUT. N'~1 'ith what particular individun origina ted the soheme of orgnHizing R Society for tle oRpcOial promotion of Edictnion thro' out (h State of 8outh Carolina, thero is no rocord to show, at least, no (aoe to which the author has as yet hnd access. Io far as 11ho history of the Mount Zion (or Sion) Society Li placed upon record, tle names o' twelvo citize o, f Sou Ith Carotlina Illust claim the credit, of (his laudable cn(er }price. The firs. item of The record of the Mount So Society which is extant, is con Cained in a panipllet published for the Society by Nathan Childs & Co., of Charleston, in 1781. Tis publiantion cm )races, according to its own titl-pnge, the "Iles of (lho Mount Sion Society, estab lishedi at Chiarlestion, in South Carolina, Jamnury 9, 1777, and incorporated by an Act of tho oiueral Assemily of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 21 August 1867

Latest by Telegraph. Cablo Dispqatchos. Loxo-, August 1.-The Roman Catho' lie Cathedral it Frankifori, built in 1425, wIS bin'lled this morning. The Orand Turk has returned to Con snit ilnolte. The (u:tiker City, on an excursion to (he holy Latu., has been quarautined at Naples. The exenmrsionists are i111nant A meeting bims been IaOd between the King of Prussia and the Emperor of Aus. trill. The Turles persist in rofusing the joint inilulir*y rega-lrding tnt'air's in Candia. 11iancrjt hias met Ilismrck. Th' inter.. View was cordial. lie is to uect tle King soon. ''hle Queel hl3an signed t bhe reformi1 bill. - Ans, Allgu 1O.--luvectious throuptioit e Emnpire l'or 13InIeInbe. Or t1e Council t:Shocw ieuvy opposition prins. Losin,.Augst 17.-The r:%in storm:sill contine 11 broighot.lt tle cn0111n1ry, 111 it ii thoglh.tIlo10 crops will su1fer severely ill Solme disirictsi. 81. A121s're., A\ugust 17.--Farragut's E-Pladron has, ar-:ived at CruOn.dIt. Thle usual courlesisi occurred. Nows to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 21 August 1867

Selected Poetry, PEEPING THROUGH THE BLINDS. In place of books, or work, or play, Soio ladies spend the live loing daky In scanning every passer-by, And niany a wonder they discry I They find among the iuotley crowd That some are gay and some are proud; That some are sahort and some are tall, They got their Information, all By peeping through the blinds I You walk the streets (at common pace), You catch the outlines of a face. The face seems strango-again you look Dear sir I she knows you like a 1 ook I She knows the color of your hair, The very stylo of clothes you wear; She knows your business, I'll bo bound, And all your friends tho country round, By peeping through the blinds I She Knows the Smiths aoross tho way, And what they dino on every day; And thinks.hat, Matil Ia Jano Is growing very proud and vain. She knows the Browns at tuniber Four, Just opposite her very door, Folks quite as poor as they can be, For don't they sit and sew, while she Is peeping through the blinds I D...

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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. — 28 August 1867

__ ON MQ .-- ----- - .* -- -. - - - - . . . - -- -, i 4+5---------ai itvmw Unn-- L4uM Dosportos, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, InqUiry, Industry arwI literaue irs-$O prAnm nAvno von 11.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WE)NESD )AY MORNING, AUGUS'T*, 1867. -'AIRFIELD HERALD IS PUIIISII El)ND wEIlIY I1 DESIORTES, WILIAMlS & M0. Term. -TI lItvA ,l is tipiblishii Week ly in lie Town nf Winnsboro, at 83.00 inl Oareably in advance. fry' All transient advortisements to be pail in atidvance. Obitunary Notices and Tributes S1.0t) per sqlltre. Org i nal Poet ry, [rot riiN Nws.] FASSING AWAY. nY L.A PirrTI. 1. There are clonds with their Pinions of pur ple mid golden, And stars, the bright watcers In yonder bli sky ; Bull tlas for ite brightness thit. lirgereIb never-. The stars fall asleep and the gay clouiclt "y. There are blos'soits, ihe sweet lttle flowrets. of ' pri I-; itime, The fragrance of roses-the lily-bell's breath ; The bright. noonlime cotmeth a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 28 August 1867

Writen for M.-'riefiel if ,'.i J Iocy of' tho Motlit, Z..on Society, anl.1 thu Collogo Establised IInder its Aus iicos ill Wilil.;boro, S. (, nYD'I), N1'CUPtlHTo. No 2. The proeeaI llielo will conl in a part of the l o M sio iy. . will b. obierved. (Ithit they were adlpl ell it Phe time fite c1a1ge wav11s 1akilg tilatc fr4om11 i1he Ise of :nghIIsh to A1e1'riennuI toncy We Whose n1404r4 . ro a m"c leN 1w o4l have icerfully enter l imto it at C1n10Ariestow, in Souith Cau-oliln' , N hilliI Day ofJllilory, Ann11o omin201141 Thon-and Reven0 llan'lePl and4 Seven4, 11111 hav agroo to te 1lules and! 1legulations f1,61 the g w ermen oflte samlo : At:r. 1. This Society s1iall hie Lrow' ov f1he tio11o of' the .\l( nut 0 ion i oc. ,-!%v. fl; 1hall c 1n ist, of finl 111jl "i 1114nu w, . of nieminrn11, n'or ca to ble while there re. 14110 0i 've. 11., This Soiciety dtIll have four. General Mleelinigs mn ISh yem., In Wit oi A.a 1-'ridny in every. I'e blOI, Ai 111 h le the souie'ts Anlliverl ary ; ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 28 August 1867

Latest by Telegraph, Cablo Do8patohes. PAnts, August, 24,-Napoleon has gone to Biarritz. Farragnt had a grand demonstration at Cronstadt. Bavaria repudiates . the Salisburg tre'aty, refusing to join the Southern Ge1rmnanllum3tl. Tne Spanish provinces are under aopprloiusion of husu rections, and are declarl in it state of soige. Tho Salisbury confereneo conIlues to attract the attention ; inl addition to the undelorstiding regarding the0 South Gorman Con'federation, the con.. I fereuco will resist interference in the EIstenri question. 'l'he South Ger nllt St at e may remain inl SOlveei, wh ' Prussia abides by the treaty of Pragute. The Mexicant question was also considered. Maximilian's body is to be denitidedl by France aul Austria. The citizeis of both Cm pires inl Mexico are to be protected at all hazards. News Items. WAs ult iox, August 2.1.-Th e Presideit will use his powers to ex Iustin in, support of tle dignity and aut hority of the Supreme Court. Internal revenuo receipts ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 28 August 1867

Selected Poetry, VOLUNTEER DRILLING. a. Ainy said, with pleading eyes, "-iear Charlie, tell me (vill you ?) h- words I've lien d your captain say I should so like to drill you."' '-What, Amy, pet, you take Voinaninnd I Well ? A my : I'm <iiite wiilliug Is such a coinpanly as yours, I can't have too nouiich (trilling. -"Stand over there, and sing out clear Like this: 'StitIl ? stand at case,'" 'O Charles I you'll wake papa up stai'rs; Don't shout. like that, dear, please.' "Stand at enso like this, you Nee, And tlen i searee need mention, The next conimand you'll have to give Is, 'Now then, SquadI attention.'" "Now, Amy, smarily after me You're sure, dear, It don't bore you? 'Forward'-'Quick March'-'lalt'-'Front' -'tight dress' There now, I'm close beforo you. '1'resent arms'-well, it does look odd, (You don't believe I'd trifle;) We hold our arms straight out like this In drill withotit the rifle. "Now say, 'Salute your officer.' " 'O Ctarles! for shame, how can you? I thought th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 4 September 1867

. -w Desportes, Williams & Co., Propriotors.J A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature VOL 11. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTE8 ----T-H- - FAIRFIELD HERALD IS '1L iJsttED WI KL.Y IY WSPORT'ES, WiMJrMIS & CO. Terms.-Tuitut 111ALDn i; pibli,,hupl Week ly in the Town of Wisnsbor-), at. 63.00 if 'areabi.y in advance. j" A.ll trnsicuit advortisexncntcs to be pai in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributos $1.00 per eijixro. Original, ) ot TUC NCw. A]B ENfYE, H Y L.. A' P TH So long-so long And still the crested wave, The billow with its snowy wings, Moanxing as iight .inls o'er ia lonely grave, No words ot love, no tnessago brings. The zxeihyr's breath Is oi illy troubleil brow, Perchance it kissed her velvet check In bright Italia's climoe, aid Wanders now To bear mly heart the lIve 'twould sult. The stars look (own Al watch with iningled smile Of joy ant grief, mly tear-diinied eye. They seem. to Speek her constanley, Iie while, AuI lit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 4 September 1867

WINNSBORO, S. 0. Wodnesday Morning. Sept. 4, 1807. Iesportes, Williams & Co., Pro'ps. W. IV. IEIBERT', Emlton. TERMS---FOR HERALD. TFlRii E)onIAns8 per vent; TWO DOLLARS for six monthi; ONE DO iL,AiI for three mimaiths - piyniiIo In "greenh,:icek." Sigl ciiioils 'oln i 'n ry- Tho papycr will ltolloritiii ticd 1 n lihi .x,. I rainn fii mo timo fir wic ol yiy ityr - nt liisb n ii. f li Suiocriber4 wiin (u it cris mnrk nll l i! wrnpper ir einiii ti ni' iir ptper, will iamitiursttmisi thit tle liano twol~i-oir ha expirecl. ~1 OVEIi1s1NoI RATEs.-Ono DUollinr pr osizunet f'r tho first.i nil Sevitmi ty-fivo rmitl ir cich siliss sptul iiintl lein. Am oi re costiuists olilm spaco uicci p14l liv lv eV(! lines ot' this -size lyllo. CU11111 AT --10 icopliti o lio ynr Twenty-five Dollars. Anl extra copy to tie iersoii iimaki:g ty tie chii. nfler tio 141 J ititinry, 119;7. GCj W ithill g1iof ini t'i11i roill tun l(o 0 cl-iio Ia t re tiriscil ilan i ti ioist ) is paidl, tie perso t iir t .idnl...

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

Latest by_ Telegraph, Newsi Items,. WAsIxTNGX, Aug. 31.-P~urther elanges in Ditrict Coimanders aro not imme1111 diately probable. Tho steaimer G 1idO has arrived at St. 101i, from Port Denver, wyithk $500, 000 in treasure. 1In the late prize fight, McCook knock. (d Jones out of tino on the 34th round. Five millions m ( coin :s th amoniunt of iiterst, onl 10-10's due tho first of September. Special Order No. .129, from Gene ral Grant's headquartev.i, is as foliowvs: Coninnandors of the Military Districts created umder Act of March 2, 1 867, 0ill mako 1))Oinit mleits to civil otlees Sporsons wv ho have been re in o vd by thiliselves or their predecessors ill coli 111,0111. The A torney -Gv (nrl's rcport, on whichl the resdn removedI Sicles, vill be puioh-Adil M .\londay. It t p pears thn % Sickles held that 1t h was not amenable to grand juries, United States marshals or United States district at torneys, while in connmi f a ilitary district created )y A ct of Congrems, and in which t...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 4 September 1867

Selected Poetry. MY FATHER, by 11oN. IHNRY I. JAUKsoN, or OiootolA. I. As dii the embers on (he henrth, And o'er I lie floor (the shtadows fall, And Creeps ithe chirping cricket frth0, And ticks the death-watch in tle wall I See a forim in yonder chair, That grows beneath (lie wailing light There are 1ihe IVan, sad feattiro-~Ihere, The pallid brow, aid locks of white I It. My 'aller! when they laid thee down, And heitapedl tie clay upon thy breasi, And left I lhe sleeping all alone, Upon thy narrow couch to rest., I knew not why 1 coild not weop The so(Athing drops I efwed to roll: And oth ! ithat grief is wil at detp, Winch Suttles Learless on (lie soul Ill. But when T.saw thy vacant chair Thinle idleo hat uiponl the wall 'hly book 1the pencilled passage. whoro, Thine eye had rest ed, last of tl"; The tree bennath whose friendly shade, Thy Irewbling feet ha'd wandorod forth The very prints those feet had iade When last they feebly trol the earth ; IV. Antd thoughf, while coutnless ...

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