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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 January 1868

___ores Wiliam & Co. _____trsl Family PaeDvtdto Scn:eArt, IneUir'yj ndustry and Literature. VOL. i.] INSOO S. C., WEI)NESDAY MORNING, J.ANU R 9 88N.3 InIF' AIRFIELD NEFRALD 18 UU 111.1811. WIE.KI.y Iy DESPORTIES, WIL[AM8 & CO. Termu.-Tux IlnarLI is puibliliel Week ly in the Town or Winsboro, at. 83.00 in tarealip/ in advance. ijy- All tranisient advertisements to be p)il in advance. Obitunry Notices anal Tributes $1.00 per F(pluare. _Selected Poetry, [From the New 1ork Citizen.] THE OANTEEN. Thbre nre bonds of all sorts in this world of ours, Fetters of rriendtliip, anm ties of flowers, Anti trite-lovers' knots, Iween; Tihe girl and Lihe boy nro bo'hl by a kiss, liut there's never a bond, obl frlend, like this: We have drunk fron the same canteen I It. was sometimes water, and sometimes milk, Anti sometimes apple-jack. fine ias silk, Bait whatever the tipple has beon, le have sltici it to-ether in bane or bliss, And I warti to you, friend, when I think -f this We have drunk ...

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. — 29 January 1868

WINNSBOROg _e 0. Wednosday Morning. Jan. 29, 1868. Desportes, Williams & Co., Props. TERMS---rOR HERALD. THRME DOLLAR8i per yonr; TWO DOLLARS for six nionthe ; ONE DOLLAR for three inonths - p abaO In "greonbacks., Single copies Toll Centts. Tho priper will boo disciontintled on tile exIlu raltou of the time for whiloh payisent ha loo 111-1410 iSubtscribers who lind a cro~s nairk onl the wraliller or niarg of tho!r pelmr, will understand tihat tho tirmo paid lt has i lrori. At)VERVIsING RAI'lIC.-Ono Dollar per squato for tho first, and Hsventy-ivo colts f -r citch sithso i1tint nrtion A sq n r consists of tho spnce occu. pled byv twelve iline oif this size typle. (;.()It RaTES -10 copios (,no year Twesity-fivo Dollare. Ac extra copy to the orson muinle up the club. uifor tho let Jnntar, 1 k7. 81" Withitone mtnti 'romit the d-ito a clubis rottirn dl nl tho money is paid, the piersn iumking the chltal.ilty ahd tny numybter o fnani at the sniae rate. kh3r- Wewis h It tilslincly ude...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 January 1868

Latest by Telegraph, ire in Now Orleans. Ew OntrANS, January 2,-The boid warhouses of J. A. lathsen ' Co., vas destroyed by fire last, night ilvs about $20,oo0. Arkauas Convention. MEIaiEPIs, .1lanuary 20.-The Arkansas Convention has1 ti.ed its per diem at 'eight dllars, and its mileage at 00 cents a mnile each way. 0ongressional. WAstilNG'rox, Jinuary 24.-SrnN A'rt.-Edmu iltnds aid Johnson took is titl With the Presidenit's opinlionl that the bill striking white from District "1 rdlinances was passed dtiring rocess. .The lmssage was referrod . to the J~uin-itry Comillnittee, Teio Senate adhered to its amend. ments to tho doloiency bill forbidding appropriation1s for Quartormaster',s de. partiment being e)ended for rcon struction or any o ther purpose. (ton. Iioward was called on for elaborate reports regarding abandon ed lands and other relativo matters. A joint resolut ion authorizing the distribution of destiento- micats and vegetables not needed br the army to the sufforers in t...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 January 1868

Selected Poetry. THE SKEIN. ICY aosati-r i5ueinnAj BliP, yes. slip your skein, my Kitty, It 0 1er mny hands, niid wind, ani wind, Ali the while, with littlu pity, 'rangling, tangling, h.'urt and mind: Kitty! eyes upon the wool I U Not oun me, my beautiul I 5 Now you droop your eyes completely, I Winding, winding dreamingly ; d Wlerefore, wherefos o smnilet so sweetly On a thing that cannot. s. I It you must smile, smile this way E I will bear it as I may I A! tilo rosebud fingers flitting Swift about, the colored ball! Jiow mly heart beat (into while sitting; 8t111 1 try to benr it, all: Kitty, do you know or care "is my heart, you're windling there ? Kitty, I am in a vision t All the world to mist doth dio ; Only in an air Elysian, Little fairy fingers fly ; rurely, if they flit, too near, I shall cateh atid kiss then dear, Tangled I pout not, frown not, Kitty I c Though I gladly bear the pain ; For your anger is no pretty, It. an imaike me sin again. There I tis well I Now, wind a...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 February 1868

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art# Inquiry, ndustry and Litrature ITenn- '- 300 per Annum, In Advance. VOL.11.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEUARL , 18J8. [NO. - FAIRFIELD HERALD 19 TUBLISH11M WKVICX 11Y DESPORTFA IVILLIAM18 & CO. Te-mn.--THE LERAD '1) pUblihed Wook IF in the Town of Wininsboro, at 93.00 in tareably in a&dnce. AW All transient ad.vertisernents to he paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Txibutes $1.00 por equaro. Selected Poetry, From the Southern Society. THE 0UFEDERATE D.EAD, .X .CAOUS. A .implo 'board of rough,ill dliapen pine, Werrun perchance b.y some tenacious vine, tPlaced by some ifniendly hand a;bov.e each head, 's all thrat marks -our brave Confederate -dead. No epitaph, ewe 'ow and Ahon .taknowvn" 'arved rudely otn some unpretending stone; Re towering Ehaft, -with iattoning swords .i' ,laid, Casts o'or our elain .its -proud :imperial -lado:; Miut canethe skilifitfi'hand-of pdlished Ant. '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 February 1868

WINNSBORO, 8. 0. Wo~dncesdayMorning., Feb. 5i, 1808, Desportes, Willinais & Co., Props. TERMS---FOR HERALD. TIIRri fY0L..LAnS per year ;TWo DOLI.Ai I ror <i.x mmith; ; ONE DOn.LAR fotr thret' moilths -- playitile if "greeinick<t S, higle cipits eTol 4:enite. -- t- h 1 .1ter wvin b fnr it iti l l till- ex .1 r:\ie f the time ir whli h p1liftynln't la, boeen t pm.eit utintsrritor< woit luind a t. nurk oni the t wriaplwr opr meert.ol't 01 1ett ilrier, n% ill ntttlerskutti it:it the ti1m Aovn' t iiidlN R.\Ti-. --Ont Dollar per sqterie 1-ir tilt, tirst. :,ad arvvan) five coni; ('.r eais stiake qimit inisei tioi. A -qu1 ot runs t i the eliste tocett iv1i je tw lv-bles ot' thia size typle. eLIRi R ATisi - -it copics tine year '1Twenty aivo T bu . A:i vxirat roisy to 0in- 11,14r801 i takhl.g till the C ti lter th ist J a uitary, 1,! 7. ;j' M 'i11ie 1 toy lise t hii from the 1i tio n citi i re nie. l id tie iiutey i paite, the putrsitt lmikinig tihe tiam - admd ulv iinlherouf al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 February 1868

Latest by Telegraph. Oongreselonal, WASHINGT-N, Veb. I.--S9EAT. No Session. Housms.-Tho President was asked whether he had appoinited cert.ain spe cia age nts as postmasters, who had been rejected by tihe Senate, annd under witat law such appointment had been made. John Yotzng Brown's case vas resum od., Mr., Beck ad vocat-ing Brown's admis eion. Ho denied Ilne Houso's right to extonnd inmiiries beyond tie Constiti tion's prescript ins. I f a innber eflected took the oath he Inl a right, to his suat,. Charg of disloyahly shohtiI coont up1) afterwarndts, wilen, if gitilly, two-thirds; r1. KHott, of KIenutnuekIy, favorcd 13rown's admnnissions. Al r. Kerr, a1.menotnube i of the con nint';ee iA sick, conseqtontly action was pos pol ed to .Alonday. Mrr. Brooks resenlteil a1 pttii.>n Ironm many citizuns of New York, praying til, removal of tho incone lax. Adjourned. WYA8O ni.aO.x, January 21.-SNAr. '1'ho resolutionsl of the Asseibly of Color - 4o, asking adminSio, :vere presented. The ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 February 1868

Au Extraordinary Invontir-.3toam Man. Tiw 1*tdoJwing story of it remairkahh, l'-dejldj~i i-Imnttiin 'iN told y .-the "Mr. Z idwk Dibblick. a N'etark [nil Ch iniuA, ias init vented a tn ; ote :.11t, meoved hv steaw. wdl per form t,1Une of' the most impor tit Iictio i of lLnIlnsnity ; that wi!l, siandog upright, wahlc or run, ni be is bid, in any dire.c tion and'at alm-oat iny, rate of speed, irawing'aftor hhiin a l;d n bse weight, woUd ia x i lie Pt rengti -f t-ree stviit irauight I reses. Tie history of ti Is enriotte hivlo~nito ii as folows: SIX Y i a go, Mr Deddrick, t he invienotor, % ho s is pr-tetnt but t weity-two years of age,.Coleived the Inovel h-1'a of cn. oroc;ung a ian that should receive its viitwkv from a perpetintd motion ma chine. The idea was based on the well-kniwn meoliamncal principle that it a heavy weiglit be placed at the top of an upright, shigh'!y inclined for a verti e!hl, gravitation VIl tend to produce a horizotatl as wll as .e' rtical motiotin. The pr vc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 February 1868

Desportes, W ilijam s & Co., Proprietors,] A Fa mily Paper, Devoted to Science, A rt, Inquiry, Industry a d Lit(IratUr e,L c n - -$ O O p r A u , In dv ce V O L , I 1 . I N I ) O S C , W E D NA.,E S D A)/ Y M ( )O R N N G , F E BU*I x FAIRFIELD HERALD 1 PUnItii;1 [ND wi*KEIY BY DESPORTES, WILLIAMS & (0. T'rms.-Ti: IIi'nALD is publisheil Week ly inl the Town of WV1nnsboro, at 93.00 in vareably in advance. r.p All transient advertisoments to be paid in advieo. Obituary Notic' and Tributes 81.00 per squaro. Selected Poetry, FIRE. BlY TFill: AwrUmTHR OF "ulM UTIFUIf, sNMVw, larkr! 'TIis l:u-k. A wui Lik. bees. The Lroezo jllows round The soutld. Throw up the sash A distant crash CJomes onl thle wind; Leaving behind The saile (uill hum Like miulled drum ! It grows I4ore loud, liastelinig tihe crowd. And now, tlioug-h all the street, There i the Sound of feet, Amti bractking throuigh the air A s1t:iange, uteartliy blat-e. ViIli fron (he distance swells Tle toll of mnonster bells, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 February 1868

WINNSBORO, S, 0. Weduesday Morning. Feb. 5, 1808. Desportes, 11iIinims & Co., Props. "ft- The offico of the Niws ind Ily.a Ai, is, for 1808, in the Market Hall, just under the Town Clock. Parties having business with this office will please note (ho above. Address all business comiuntiileations to DaSPonrT:s, Wi.i.IAMS & Co., and all com municatious for ciiher paper to the Editor. Debte Duo for Slaves. Those who read the last issue of our paper saw that the latest news was that the Coivention had passed the ordinance rendering null and void all contracts, judgionts and decrces made or entered upon, whore the con idoration wa.is for the purchase of slave. We are very 1lal to seo that our oily wlite represontative, Mr. J. ML Rutland, opposed the adoption of thi ordinance. Ift; has been a purfectly consistit, Unlioni 1nan, anld was so through tll the W-ar. VO respect his sentimeiits more than those of any othler m1embil)er of' the gencrally ignorant Convention which now sits in...

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. — 12 February 1868

Latest by Telegraph. Ruiored Military Change. CHARLESTON, February 7.-It is ru mored that Gonoral Canby will takep tile place of (eneral Meado, and that General Sickles will return to this District. Special telegram Iticlimond Dispatcih. News from the Capital. * rS\AsllINGiTON, 1February 7. Froin mc0inbers oi' the econstruc tioll ('omlinlitteo your correspondent learns that there is no truth in the statement that the committee are in favor of the impamii inent, of tile President. No vote has been taken, iior forimal oxpression of opinion on the subject given. Congressional. WYAsulINIM'rON, February 3. S .vrs.--Cameron presented a memorial vecalling Charles Francis Adams. A bill taxing national batik shares or State purlposer .1a1s pussed. i.tecenistruction wts resuid and discus sed'until adjournment. 11ousS --''lhe following bills, among o1h eos, were introluced under lhe regular Molday'* call: To provile for the settle lent. of Cont ract s payable inl gold ;o es tablish a departmen...

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. — 12 February 1868

Selected Poetry, STANZgAS, O! I- eh, illd we- evor be dream~ing or ht t'~hat hav e ttded natl, gonue, wheir e will nttew bie.4i ng, is teming, 1:4M 16, Igitt as lhs wt6~ l itheredit. damir 'PThoigt bln. i'd the r~toweounve titOtibied, A iii sett10I' its leaves Wol 6.60' 10 plaint, YeL whty shmoatd we sigh 15t: the Periied, Whenai t ime ity br ing ohlers ligni ?t Ulu! thoughi we he' lioced 1y t he brft. We fill ill 0 e-,111 that Ivit hhi III 6,1e lita LI of vach blootin a, balm. Thleni ye I'l,0Cold 11iiflt ur sorrlow, I No' It'tgi bl XI, 3111i' ttowb heforo 1116 New: light now uthe down U166. Ibt'ckt o'er Fov 1" fly 1011114 W'1;twiiyt, be t'i;'lt g, hin h'm ilte 10 1, 0 fleet n) (lie 1 al( If gief Onnal preventl~ It, ft'otn1 tlyiltg, Notr bring~ bitck lift. bleitiitgs again ? Ali. I then~ let us' Em11.: fit lite 16Irtiia g Dr' yokith1'i glit') b-art gushling fluw6 A-0' veil In far 11 cavcn't- hbtto awning Ile ItltJW Hta Mhrud us below Nogro Riot and Iiloodah cr1 The ;llnlual order an...

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. — 19 February 1868

Desportes Wiliams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, rrdustry and Literature [Terms---$3.00 per Annum, In Advance. VOL.11.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 19, 1868. [NO.35 TIl 4FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 PUi.IinED 1w WEEKLY nY PESPORTE18, W1IMAMIS & .0. Terts.-T'it llin IA is publisheed Week )y in thu rown of winnsbor9, at $3.00 in Vareably in wlvanc!. prX All transiot. advortisentnnis to be Paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. Selected Poetry, ;fRIP LIGHTLY. Trip lightly over trouble, Trip lightly over wrong, Wc only mako griefdoublo By dwelling on it long. Why clasp woo's h.nd so tightly ? Why sigh 'er blossoms dead ? Why cling to forms unsightly ? Why not sok joy instead ? Trip lightly over sorrow, Though all the day be day, The sutil may shine to-morrow, A nd gaily sing Ihe lark ; Fair hopes have not departed, 'I hoigh roses tunay have fled; Tien tiever be down-hearted, But look for joy instead. Trip...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 February 1868

THE FATRFTED HERALD" WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday Morning. Fob. 19, 1868. De.palrtes, W1i11m11s & Co., Props. Ootton and tho Yankee, Cotton in tie South, and the Yan. koe in the North atu- two coirlcldenits weV wailt, our4 people to recogntize. Last Fall Coigress relieved the South of taxation in the f/arc. Po *did that same Congress through their best meti, vow that the Military Bil, (so-callod) bhould be the lust form of Governmetit adopted to reconstruct the biroken Union. But they told a dowi.-rigrht lie. And we say "lio,'' because things ought to be called by their right names. Now, farme r.i of Fairtield, ftor the sako of your fianilies, do not be do OCive0d by the present rise in the priceo of cotton. Don'(, for the sake of yCur families, and of your abused, but be loved State, don't be deceived by the meati anl coitemptible bloodsuckers that we are accustomed to dub as yankcos, We do not mean that all men at, the North aro trying to client the Southern people ; but (ihat. ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 February 1868

Latest by Telegraph, Oongressional, WAsIUNOTON, February 10, 8SHNATS.--After a number of private re. solutions, bills ain-1 mremorials, the recon struetion question was resumed. After which tie Senate went into executivo ses sion and adjourned. H1oUsH.-Under the regtlur call, the fol. lowing was introduced : "Instructing the Reconstruction Commit. too to report what further legislation is necessary to enable the lato robol States to resume their places in the Union ; contin.. Uing tie Freedmien's Bureau in Tennessee ; to allow respondents in the United States Courts to testily in their own beitlf in States where such testimotny is perrmitted in local courts." Tie Judiciary Cammninitteo was directed to inquire into the expediency ol' amendiig ' sankrupt law, so as to reluire a majori iy of tie creditors to compel involuitary baukruptcy. A resolution that the seat of Government hhould be removed to the Mississippi Valley tas disagreed to by a strictly sectional vote -77 to 97. A long ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 February 1868

Selected Poetrya "DINCE ON THE RHINE." lY MRs. YoUTON. A sohtler of tho Legion lay d'ying Ia Al. giers: Thero was luck of women's nursing, there was lack of wontn's Iears: But a comitrIdo sood besido him, whilo his life-blood obbed away. And bent with pitying glanccs, to hoar wht' it,e might aV. Tio dying soldier falcred, na he took his comrnde's halnd, And ho said, I never more siall see my own, my native lnld ; Take a messamgo and a (osen to soulo dis. tant friei s of mine, For I was bo'ru at Dingen, at Bingent o, .he Rhino. Toll my brothers andl coin pan ions, when they meet and crowd around, To hear my mournful story, in the pleasant vmleyar-d ground, That we fought lie battle bravely, and when tie (lily Wts' dono, Full mny a corpseo lIly ghastly ptlo, be neath the setting sua ; An. 'midst the dead and dying, were soic grown old in wars, 'rhe deatih rounids on their gallant breasts the last of Imally scats ; And some were yotng, and ,udldenly behold lile's nooin decline, A id io...

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. — 26 February 1868

C Desportes Williams & Co., Propriotors, ]A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature, Ters---$ 00 VOL. I.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEIDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2 ( FAIRFIELD HERALD IS i'uniit.isin:Jj w.:.:KLY nY DESPORTES, WiL1JAMS & (0. Ternam.--Tui IlinAymm is pulIisiel Veek ly In time Town of Wimboro, tit *0.00 in Vowcably in advance. jjy- All tramsient, advertisemnents to be paid in ndvance. Obituary Notices am.i Tributes $1.00 per squire. Selected Poetry. COMING. Winds he still-flowers ileep Cease your carols, birds of air; As time sun mnajestic ereeps, 'ienth time caves, Ireel-1y fail, Witi time imiori she's coming. Quiet keep, 0 fields of graiu ! And yo moss-embroitiored delhm, Lest. youmr rustle nilm[ refrain Fright lemi, as (he zephyr Iells With tie imori she's coming. What. a in1alm loas (allen, lo! And a day enshrotdel lies, Magnilfleoitly-soft and slow Comes the watcl-star, forth, and cries Wit It the morn she's cominig. But a sweeter tok...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 February 1868

THE FAIRFIED HERALD. WINNSBORO, 8. c. Wodnuesday Morning, Pob, 26 t 1808. Imsportes, Williamsin & Co., Props. Elitorial Correspoudence, No. I. PA a Nrws : (On 'Tuiesday l:igt, when. old Sol was desconding to the point of hid ing behind tho Western horizon, we left Winnms'boro (or a jant. Of course old y "Smhik's Mare" could be secured on which to make the trip. And so the start was made. Onl I i first day, five miles were inade ; on the second, about severlI lhalts were ma11de. 1However, tl, house of a friend was reached, near obl Leb-anoti Church, anid lere we are still. Our first Iight's rest was at. our old Triend's Mr, John Weldon, who knows how to make one foci at h1om1e. We talked to him of Billy Sher Inanm's property-seekers, alnd found( that likosthe lion, or rather the devil, when that pack of Wolves got to his place, they sought what they could de your, and took great pains th make great "devouir." They broke locks, although the blolt s had Ien opened for thein. I'hey ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 February 1868

Latest by Telegrapht (Specit to the Rehmond Dispatch.] I IPoRTfANT Fil0x WA011NOTOW, STANTON REKOVEDs GREAT EXCITEMENT. Tho Action of the Seute. Genefal Siermniut's Letter to President Juli01l, &C., &r. WAsKiNoroN, February 21. The President this morning mad'ie an ab solute removal of Mr. Stalton its Secretary War, and appointed (Jeneral Lorenzo mas, the new adjutant-general of the hrmy, Secretary of War ad interim, Gene ral Thomas has an ultice In the WArl Depa't. tent, [which means, we sulowe., that as he lit already in the building, Stanton ian't keep him out, but must go out himself. j The Predident to-day tominated (eneral McClellan as Minist er to Ingland. W.ALLACF. SECOND DISPATCH1. WASINIo-TON, February 21. There has been toodiay n-oro excitement, speculation, misapprehension and confusion of facts, in cousequence ot' the removal of Mr. Stanton fron the office of Secretary of War, than has been observed, probabiy, heretofore in any Important occnrrence in the captnl....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 February 1868

rom t he Charleston Merotiryl OFD TIFF. aING STtrEAKED AND STAMM 0ONVENTION. Tw .NTY-EV.FNTn1 DAY. The assembly met pursuant to ad, jouritinont. Prayer was offered up by The roll was culled, aId, a quorum being present, they proceeded to busi ness. The journal of Fridafys session was read and confirmed. The report 6f the committee on the Legislative part of the Constitution was submitted and reeived its first nud second readings, and was ordered to be printed. . Randolph, from the Committee on the 31 iscelliuco us Provisions of the Constitution, submitted some reports which were adopted : Whittemoro, from the Committee on a Bill of Rights, submitted a re port, which was adopted, leaving it to the Lexgislature to enact such laws as it may seem necessary and proper to prevent the carrying of concealed and deadly weapons. Leslie, on the Auditing Committee )resented the account of the Southern Express Company and the following report, which was adopted : We recommend that the within bil...

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