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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 11 September 1867

- -- --- ---- ~- --- - - - - -. - - . - - - ~ n n n n a n Despeorts, Williams & Co., Proprietors.J A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Term--$3.OO per Annum, I Advance VOL 11.] -WINNSBORG, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1, 1867. [NO.12 THE -MFAIRFIELD HERALD 18 PUIs31,lIn) E1.:L:KIy BY Te'rm.. -''l l a 1 AM) is puJb I l l VedW ek ly in tihe Town or Winit nA, a G;l.00 in Uareab/ly in adance. Z"'Y- All transient advrtisemieits to bg paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 pet square. Selected Poetry. SWORD AND PLOUGH. F1OM TUE GERMAN OF WOLFGANG MULLER. There once was a count, so I've heard it said Who felt that his end grow near; Andi he nalled his sois bforn his bed, To part thom his goods and gear. Ho call'd for his plough, Io called for his sword, That. gallant, good and bravt -; They brought him bto th at. their fathe0C word And thus ho his blessing gavo:. "My first-born son, my pride and might, Do thou my sword retain...

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 September 1867

WINNSBORO, S. 0. Wednesday Moridng, Sept. 10, 1807. Desporiae.4, Will1iams & Co., Pro'Ips. WV. WV. HMEM~T, Enrjiroat. TERMS--- rOR FERALD. o P F# nOL1.AIS peer year. TWO DOLL.ARS stmths ; ONE DOI,Alt i'or ihree "itiths ine ";reenh~cc M." Sicigl copies~ 'ren~e (emhis. The p41i'r will I.eisc in oil t to expi. i ' 1hnu1 ir w ich~c 1.:tycac 11i; l itc wen 111::c e,.y I it)< h i l a cren in s:ik on list! wralcr er - iol' ith ' impur, will utilleivi'atui al ti It " lieu liI r ht: i eo \ ir ci. .~~~~AC D\iWili s\ls- One Doillar pier iie . r,te c, t . n 11 . v me ia l i t vli ie r iit *l- r t -:s(ew I cit e S-lot wlimlo A sitoj oli 4111- ol-glie sIlaire eoeu p e-J b,. welso-' flhie-:: 11f 1 i s ly l. p , I 1.1'l lIATi.; - i icolit. (ite yvear Twcity-five '0-i.0 L Ali extii roilly 11) 11111 pc-rsui la itl kil o 11c ib. Q1ar h ist .lnoeiloary, lPP. " W 1'j ih es1n fccce.111. 'ronm th" qldi t n clIil in r -I o v :4 il1 c : it onml y bIc 1, he p airs.ec iiuc ie 1cc (1c11"h, 1 lid : ly%' ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 11 September 1867

Latest by Telegraph. Cable Despatohos. BERnIN, September 7.--A pacifie noto has been issued from the Prus. Mlan Foreign Office, in which the re cent noto of M. Moustier, the French Foreign Minister, is alluded to as highly satisfactory to the Prussian Govornuont. LONDON, September 7.-The little schooner John T. Ford, from Balti moro for Paris, before reported cap sized at the entrance of the Eiglish Channel, was found, a day or two since, on tho coist of Ireland, near Queenstown, whither sho had drifted. Valuable papors and other articles Aere found on board and taken to a -.p.laco -of safoty. News Items. '"'AsnlNGTON, Sopt. 7.-In the forth. coming pardon proclamation, four classes are excepted : 1st. Those condemned or against whom legal proceedings are pending. 2d. Foreign agents of the Confederacy. 3d. Military officers above the rank of brigadiers and and naval officers qbove captains. 4th. Persons implicated in Lincoln's assassi nation. The President has directed that copies of...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 11 September 1867

Selectod Poetry. rRAXITELES AND PHRYNE. A thousand tilent. years ago, The alarlight, faint and1(t palo, Yas drawing on the wtulit, glow lis soft and shavdowy veil. When from is work (ho ,cutlplor si.nyed S1118 hand, and i 'tined 1o ono Who 00ood1 i)o10 himl), half ink 8hnde, Said, with a sigh, 4' 'Tis done." ''hryno, iby 11uanan !fips -hall pale, h11yI' routidod illbs decay, N or love notr prayesi' Can aught avail To bid thy beauty stay. 11l it ore tly smilo 1or centuroie On Inarble lips shall live Po.\rl an01 grait What61, LoVo denie.-, A1nd4 fix tho ftigiive. Ilought ! nor ago nor cleath sh1 iallitale T a yotalh of tis col but, In t ho <iiek brain iol hind thalt Imatdeu, A -ud thtt and L art dlust I 'Whon all our hopes n'l fears arc dea, And bothk our hevals are col14 ad LUove is like a fmun tahat's jlayed, Antd Life a tale itat' told. '"Ti' .; cottlfi t of ,r enst 5ele::,s st lone, That no swlt hInah can warn ThM sa1 chacinui look Isall owl, The bainne clichanting formli. "Ait...

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. — 18 September 1867

Dosportcs, Williams & Co., Proprietors,1* Fn ily Iapor, Devoted to Science, Ai Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms-$300 por Annum In Advance. OL1WINNSOO, S. C )NES )AY MORNING, SEI[E TItlI FAJRFIELD HERALD 18 v CMI 1?)I: w ;I.(:I.,y ily DE-SPO TES11, WI LdA IIls & 10 I''rms.-T It It A 1,1 i-4 puihided Week. ly itl the Townii or Winnsboro, at $3.00 in carcaydh ill adoance, i-rY" All Iransieit, advertisements to b( * pah ini advano. Obituary Notices and Tributes 3 1.00 poi still:Ire. ( Writtenf,>r the WIiitnskro Neus. 0ORINNE, BlY LIA P11.11TH. 'Corite, se croyatl, a(til.o dune nala die miortelle, Souhnitait de lalr1 i. a l'Itanlie, et surlotita hord NdilliI, -un doriier adieu rui raipeIti, 1 loelms ou sOl geiic britiatit tais tout son oat" Madame Do Staol. Sle seemed so beautiful and yet. how olaig cd, So sadly changed, since last they saw her Ih ere In the full flhsh of conscious victory. Then had sihe stood before I hacm with ia pow or That seemed to sway ticm with ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 18 September 1867

yLcrom1 the Charleston NOws.] Radioalism.is Dostruotion, 'Vhatovor diffreence may oxist amrong mon as to their views with regard to the origin of thbe government, there is one point, which thoro can be no diversity of Opiion. Every candid mind will admit that tho object of all good governmont is to promoto the hiappinaes and well. being of tho govorned. A part of the liber-y of each is surrendered, so that - mier liborty to the entire community i.4% lo obtained. As divisioi of labor ses te aloulit, of work thIaL each :t do, so the union of men011 inl initLieu iticreiies the amount of rt to ill. United in comminunit-ie's Ltorestls apparently clashing, the 1, of all good governnent is to each interest subservient, to the b;, an aid to every member of so. i. 1this were not the object of the oipviernment then it would be wisor md better that man should live in a state of nature, iindependint of his foi loiw-iian, free to carry ont thie dictates of his. Own will, uirestrained by law tn. ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 18 September 1867

Latest by Telograph, Cablo Despatchos LONox, S3pt. 14. --'Tlie .Ico Of tlhc clpper slips frotmi Chma, with new toa, was won by the l'eipiig ; sixteen vs. selvs stalted situaneously. treaty with the Um-d, Sttes, gr-atly reIlucimg the rates, was concluded to day. VtENNA, -Cp. I uI,n-otnt Charloes You IPranlmIstt:einii iecceds W ydei. bruck as Minister at Washington. News Iteimsi. Asi-\o rox, Sept. t-.TeCali fornia Denocrats have twe.ty litajry oil ~iot allot, anid two iibers of A RiubliCn i(ct ing was held in Philadelphia to dhy, :It whclii Sqnators reSIA1tion del;(aring i the <b y of Con. gres to ipilwach anl try. ai, if guilty, removo the President, Ias"01 enthu.Hi a. tically. McCool has (ballenged Joe Coburn to ihtfor 1,40,001). Coin in the Treasury, $100,022.000. All Omah11a dispatch says 127 lodge:s of' Ar1apahloes, un1der. L"iule Shield,1 pro poIS surrendering, provied oh whit; protect thei and feed their fiunilies. Orders have been issued to accept the termi. The Domniican G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 18 September 1867

Selected Poetry. MISERABLE SCREAMER. A i n-Beiutful Dreamer. ?liserable screitmer, over 1he way, :ullfrogs and toirents are echooing Ohy Ty bounds like thile own eacth ,unorning we hear, Jit as the man with the charcoal draws near. Misdrablo screamer, murd'ress of song, .1,1st while I beg thee to cease thy wild sceamis; (ono aro (by fearus of sleoping too long Misorable screamer, you've ruined ly dreams I Mkiorablo screamer you'vo ruined my dreams I Miserable screamer, out on the sea, lany it pojrpoiso is sighing for (he; O'er the blue waves liostroamer:i are horne, Oth, do buy a ticket and start in tho inorn I hiiserablo screamor, gladden uimy heart Cease that "queer" song Lilat disturbs miy peace ; It from tiat window you (o not dopart, liserable Sciemer, I'll call I th polico I Alisorablo screamer, I'll call the police I History of tho Mount Zion Sooiety, and tho Oollogo Establishod under its Aus pioes in Winnsboro, S. C. BY Di. 11. l'on'ilii'r. No. 9. 1778. Maj. Htendrson and Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 September 1867

Des & o oF yt to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature, I Terms--$300 per Ananumv In Advance. OWINNSR( )RO, S. C., WE)NESDAY MORNING,_SEPTEMIEI 25, 186. [NO .AF AIRFIELD HERALD 1. ru 118:1)'O wi;KiY BY 1)ESPORJITES, WIILAMS & (0. Tcri.-TuE lIistAL* is publishel Week ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at 83.00 inl. tvareabul ivla'tncte. xr6iY" All transient advertisetnetits to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per squarne. Original Poetry. THE BRIDE'S DEPARTURE. BY LA 'ETIT. They wer0eoincd in holy WO 11oIC And tihe days were gliding by . As a gentle fl wing streanlet Or timo gtars in cloudless sky. But thlio tim has come for parting With tlie friends of early year.a, And tie bride's bright P:ico was clouded - And her dark eye dewed withk tea's. There were farewells sadly spoken, And the niother's turn drow nigh But her heart was almost breakiug When sho breathed the low ''goodbye." And a darker veil of sadl ness O'er the young bride's spirit fell As ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 September 1867

WINNSBORO, S. O W taosday Morning, Sopt. 25, 1867. i.m-poro(tes, Wi11ams18 & Co., Prof'ps. TERMS---FOR HERALD. THTREE n iOL.AlS I:r year ; TWio DOLLARMX o ,r iminth ; ONE DOI. Alt 'o1r three ittonths .vnitiie in ''greeibacks?. Sjinh- copiliI 'l'en I iims. iry Tim pil er iill ie t'unt;nit oti itheex, m - r:ti)mn oft t i n . liami tr whicli pm:1y m mit I. ,.4tw "n I In:de Sulose'riIr4 o lina it crop- iitrk fitt thiu w*ramp:i r ur in r'ii ot'thlit r piier, will ttidierztunti that it tihnle pidb 1,.r hu. spr i A ;.V ais(NoVW It .\'mI1.---Ono DotiMnr lit rqitio fCr llito firt. -ii Semily live rentk C r en aci sutlios 11un r iiuireiti. A qw-.re cotmis' t'ithil space mretl pit i tuoe listeis all' thvi; tihze typte. C1.11 RATUri - 10veiv -lltsoe year 'lwvitty-five D . Anl extr.t coolly top to tiriit mii:kleg ill hm c.ih. in. r fili' 1it J ivirry. 1 61*. rtu r: J.!i l thel imeImtoney is p1ubl, the per -i "11 tiln 1 eli cliti. l v :01,1 zumy ntibyn im tmi-r orf in es it tin( 3imi ratio. v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 September 1867

Latest by Telegraph. Cablo .1hspatohos, Lox~oN, Septmibe 2.- 41mIk has addressedl thre dliplomiats a. notoa regaradmig 8altzbr7 g. PIrssi acceplts the Frunch ro prisetationa, to :,ept t coifojrooc as at pledge of peace. it Itnakes anly all ijonrs to t le unity of the Geran Stat es, Whicl provoke corent froam he Frenhla press, s ignoring Ihe treaty of Prag1u. ltynt PI., Sepitaimber 20.-A coal barge sunk at the pier tlhis morning, tUad four lives were lost. NOwsl Itomns. Haan-r's CoN:r, September 20.---The cable of 8M has been repa Aire ad i working well. WASINUroN, Septermber 20.-The 'i-A. dent expresses ->nSC)tidien tat, aaor ill. tantding appearances, (he election,; South jll ocouar .anIultOanreorusly. l The i u espatub fromt North Platte says peace has been duelarud with (le lirules. Ogalles'anl Siox aalians. They receive powider antd ball. i'awnue lIer left tlhe counoil in anger. Tle Commaaission. ers have left for Om.aaahia. W.atN6srox, September 21.-A serious diflionlty has ...

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 September 1867

Solected Poetry. THE MILE STONE. Along fIte road tvo Irish lads; One simnmer's day were walking, Anl ill tie while witi laugh and shout, in lively strain wen'e talking. About the fair-about (ho girls About who were bobt at dncing t Whi',ont each pretty fae teiy Iet, Their eyes were brightly dituoing. And-ns (hey strode for minny'a mile, They grew ink time (iite( frisky, And now and then, fromt lip to lip, They passed tie darling whiskey. At leingihi before theni In a hedge, - The rond side view commanding, They saw, its white sides lettered o*er, A mile stone lonely standing. They read and qttickly doffed their hats, With sorrow in their faces; Then turning with reverontial awo They stepped backseveral paces. "Speak low, we're near (te dead," said one, "llii grave wo'll tinot, ie froublin I An old. mIni it sure ! 100, and His inamute is 'M iles fromLk Dlublin I" 'TWAS1 EVER THUS. I never reared a young gazello, (lecuose, you sue, I never t)ied,) ta, had it. known and lived mec well,...

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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. — 2 October 1867

AA /7I Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature [Terms---$300 per Annum In Advance. VOL. 111WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDRNING, OCTOBER 2, 1867. [NO.15 FAIRFIELD HERALD IS Ptl.'iiStIl.:) wI.i.KLY BY DESPORTES, WILLIAMS & UO. Termsx.-Tur HEnALDn Is publishedl Week ly itn the Town of Wiinnsboro, at o3.o in f All transient advert isemttts to be paid in adyvance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. Original Poetry , LINES Yon A CI1.'S1 -otusTON13, Soared froi is heaveilwarI'd our birdling-our dove Nor here hie sleepej h; lie restet h A bove. 'lenderly shehlered Fromn earth's stormny blast,* Our dove 1atht found refuye lis wanderings are past. LA PtrTU. Gov. Orr and Gon. Sioklos. connESsroxione. WasnswroTts, September 22 -The follow Ing corrmsponaonq has passed between Governort Orr, or Sotu It Car ilina, tial tent ral SAicls, relative to Ith removal of tile latitr : Ex :e -rivi. D E ra. wriTMF\- or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 2 October 1867

WINNSBORO, S. 0, .Wou 7sday Morning. Oo. 2, 1807. Dopwvtvs, 1i1ll1iians & Co., Pro'ps. TERMS---oR HERALD. 'IRUL tOOLI..\RS -r year TWO DOL.Al r n t1,1 haoo1' oN10 or, ll.A Ii far three mosnths. I tio p 4.cr w ill L 11 da.-ot nu6a .4na thle ex I. A "I'iho hnt ' fair which p:avinp t im lonit ti ol, '.' ru c aturers f%% i a crop s. ;rk aim the wra p;pr ar S of h'lh 'r p-irer, Will tana-ifmstantI tit tho lino . 1 . . - 4. % irc. le it,: i TI uN (t 'PIM --Osno Doillrr pe(r s411talo fhr tlia'irst.1 nuii *4rvo-ty i v ei ts f r encia saalsso. li iii er v lii. A -i -Te consists at'tlie sp -cu cait. Pit" I il - ti vo lit. 4111' it a % .) tylo. f.I1 1 It A'I S -- 1) coplen auot year ''V. nty-fho IaaI1us. Anl extra cno11y t ow tih verion oakuit p i to c'U.. 'aOr it I st Jian tr. I07. O'P* 'Vithh-1o wt a llt f'ropil tht( dilia n cittb i fo aar. .i L i l i ie gae, aly la p ra1i f ti rop s.n m aking It c til ' n dII-it i ait'y itiithr of itaims tit tho 5inliae rato. Ir41 Ir t oil- ltitit s, mi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 2 October 1867

Latest. by Telegraph. Oable Despatohes. CoNSTANTINOPL.:, Sept. 28,--Tiu Sulhan refuses the Czar's Cretan de mands ; the Czar. declines mouting thII Swan personally, having nothing agree nble to say. A. large p'arty in Greee< favor th King's deposition and a proc lamatiion of a reptiblio undor tie pro t(ctorato of, or annexation to, the Uni ted States. JIF10nKNCK. Spt. 28.-ajiballj' partOianfls 11are tumu11itous in various part of Italy. It i. reoted tiat the Kingp i6 allow procla im o all extraordinary seA.-on ofrh i et of, Pal lileiti Ga ribaihliin riois have been siiphress. Id. It is oM.ally alontilleed that the country is tui.Il 11Ita li accoinits are*( ('1m11iet ing. Riots have occullrrd at .\lotiona MNllilw Gene. va and Nales.. '10 1)(1ple thantik 'Lna polcon for (Garibaii's a rrest. NeWs Items. WASnINGTON, Sept. 28.-Tho set. tlement of Praser, Treliholm & Co.. is entirely sat isfactorv ; the Government defenidantt's conn~el acknowledge the correctns of ile principles in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 2 October 1867

Selected Poetry. Was there ever aniything mote touclilug "GIVt ME THREE'dRAINS O0RN, MOTHER."* BY 3as. A. %t. H's~ios-lrooklyn. Ad tted to tihe present sufforings of mtany in the South. Givem three grains of corn, mother, One Ili ee grains of corn, 1( fill keep tile little life I. have. Till the Pvonunig of tlp Uorn,-1" I an dying of hiinger anil cold, mother, liy"nd of hungdt and'oold, Ai 11111 thle0 agoItny oft sau ch a dea11 th, Mly lips havo never told. It haos gnaw'd like a wolf Iat mly hcart, noth er A wolt' thatt Is fierce for blood, All the livelonig at atil night beside, Oaawia'g tor lack ti food. 1 tirennttl ot' nu.. itn my sleep, mnother, And the sight Wias heaivenl to see t I ntw tke with an vager. faimishilntg lip, Bul yvti l)nad no bread for ei. 1low Could 1 look to you, muothear, llow coul I look to you, For brd it) give to your .starving boy, l% hen yot ar' starving too ? Fo' I re1ad itho aminlo in your cheek, Ani inl your eyes so' wild, -d I felt it itn yot'- bony h...

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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. — 9 October 1867

p tr A Family Paper Devoted to'Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literatur r VOL. 11.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9,1867. -N.1 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUBISH1ED WEEKLY 11Y DESPORtTES, WILLIAMS & CO. Terimt.-Tiam II tniALn is publishsil Vek ly iln tlhe Town of winaboro, at 83.00 in varea>i y ina aidvance. Di" Alt transiont advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per squtar. Selected Poetry. L'Diou. BY C. a. 1oYAS. weks mniut. pasaa away, lh I ia vly 1l-ii- ls ja18 i aerelaloi , E'e I I ly witch iig Smile shiall seo Or. mwetI thy trilliant glance - Thy l)rillia ti glance that like i flash Of sumineor lighinating plays Tihrtowiig ia hialo rotil the close of lire's d.olining daiys TIhy smile! 0. it hIs power to wake Withi tully boasion's Close, 'I lie silmb'eringv 1 hope that. In it lies As titabeamas wake the rose ; As sunbthte:uns wase the slee'piag rose Wihin her fragran, bower, And to n to gems of sparkling light, The sad ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 October 1867

1'ol i ' d r Mriniq. O. 8, '867. * pe Wiles, Williams'& Co., Pro'ps. :GRMS---FOR HERALD. T'ilRDE DOLlGARS er year ' TWO DOLLARS for six monthi; ONB 1OIiI.All t bfireo inonths - parahfe in "grenbacks." singlo coplos Ton Cunts. try The pipot wil bVilAOhtiad on the ux-1, ritun .idi thimo or whiih paytiiot.t has been Mde rtibeflsors who find a cro-s mark oil tiho wrapper or mginrgil ol'thi'r pa1tor, will tinderfitamul that the tino waild Cir h1-1 oxirel1 A -VER'TISING RATIES.--Ono Dollnr per rqunro for tho flrht. nt11 si V ly five cieIts r- r etich Rttithss iiunut in-eriliti. ' A still re conists of th spaco occu. ple liv 1v#lvo libe 's o it 5 sizo typo. C,11n It A'im4 -.10 eiple 0111 yofmr 'I'wrnty-fivo Dh1 ies. A ltt rll ipr to th141 persoi ItIlking tIp the c~iti aler tho I at Jimitarn, 167. i'7 Witihl'iito tmomiith 'roim the d o n chibi retuernel mnd tho ity IA pild. the perAsII imknltig the chtil-, mnny adhd any numbnhr ti'*inuns lit thls suann rato. irwV- Wtn wish It ditlinctly...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 October 1867

Latest by Telegraph. Washington News. WASHINGTON, October 4.-Tho Do mocratie Convention, at Albany, re solved that the organizatiou known asE the Tannany Hall organization is the regular organization of the Democrat io party. Delegates claiming sets un or it woro admitted. The Mozart 11All delegates were recognized as sound Democrats of unquestionable t fidelity, and tendered seats as honora. ry members. German delegates also tendered suats. A Nashvillo dispatch concedes Arow.low's election to the Senate. Revenue rcecipts $1,000,000. WAsHINGTON, Oct. 5.-The follow- 1 Ig is among the Albany resolutions That regarding the nationial debt as a I saorod obligation wo demand economy of the adiniiiistration, hotosty inl the collection of rovenuo and cirreney, f for the benelt of the people, instead of corporat ions, to ti end that the public faith may be preserved, and the burdens of taxation lessened. Thus we denouneo the effort of the l Radical party to retain tihe power it has usurped b...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 October 1867

Selected Poetry. THE BRIDAL---THE BURIAL. is a beautiful 4pot, 1in i Po11hOrn elinto, Whora 6Iiloating a a 1OIL .)Ll'thiiti . . Anii 1h hell1 ring (nt, wiih ia joyout Chimne, iko the rh . Alol s ( of i pot's i rhyme, Dreahicd out where thu rosets blooiml. 'Tis a restival gay, atid aijewellod throng Ha1vO gathered thisi ploioant. night, And the sounds of tairth, like a gladiotmo song, Aro boa no on tko pnssing brooze along, Fron iho hall'ot' dazuling light. Iit I here's a visud1na lubh, a a itV1o-veiled Ih-ido Glides in wth a guttter of grace; She is young andl faiir, avl !Ilt Ie t itli. her side - N L~ooks~ Qei,titl a yaptturod lovote"s pr'ido, On haer hieuningi, bhaihing f'aco. The vows ne spioken, and the beautiful girl Is a wie nud a wOnIm now t With a hwirit a4 pure a n gleiihng pearl. As full of light ' tho'wolden ourl That resti on her riowy brow. There's a 'wildlerihg light in her ooft bliuo eye, Ams shie sweeps thronirh file siniling throng, And her smitle is tas bright as a...

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