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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 4 March 1868

Divesportes, Willin's & C Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. Terms--$300 per Annm, In Advance. VOL. 11. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 4,1868. NO. 37 PAIRFIELD HERALD 18 PUBLISBI.D Wi-:KIY By F8PORTES/WILLIAMS & CO. Terns.-Ta ll'F.nALD is publ)isled Week lin Itk, Tovn'.cl' Winhasboro, at' 93.00 in (areably in& wdnece.. Mn-yi All transient. advertisenents to be ofaid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per dquare. Selected Poetry. THE IDEALAND THE'REt:' I. A lnl!. mnjestic lady, With locks or deepest dye, A silken dress, htlsiic gorgeousness Il'hts''no' ot'hereye. A pretty little cot tage, With ivy cover'd o'er, And sihe, my pride, my fancy's bride, .Expectant at the door. Soft. music in tlhe gloainirik Ebbs gurgling from her throat While I lie still. and drink any fill Of eachi love burdened note. Days spent in sweet communion 'Neath shade of leafy trees : woo and sing, and ev'rything *'idbtry ...

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. — 4 March 1868

THE FAIRFIED HERALD. WINN BO7,- -7 Cs = Wednesday Morning, Maroh 4, 1800. Dsportes, Willams & C Prop The Exoitomont in Washington. PLerhaps the bitter cup whieh has so long been held to our lips, may now be given to the people who have op. pressed and' disgraced'u.s. It is not unlikely that the issue wiil now be sharply ' drawn as between Congress and the Prosidont. Ie makes it upon Constitutioial. grounds, both of usurpatin and presmnption. We are satisfiied thabthe Pi-ealdenb will whip in tho ight. It is trui, the House of Represeitat ives has preferr ed elnrges of impeachin ent against him. lBut the plrocess of trial is a 1low one. In tho meantime, t'ho peo ple at the North will rally both to Congross and tha Preidlot, t. A :au evidence that the great popu. iav hoart is not dead in the North to Andrew Johnson's position, we ap poid tli follow ing a ppeals which have been publidhed to the ciizens of Now Yors NEw YOax, JAnuary?29: 1868. MYSTERIOUS PLACA-RDS Were visile on the d...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 4 March 1868

Latest by Telegraph, [Speciat to (he Richnrond Ihspatch.]. THE REVOLUTION. ITS PROI'RESS THU6 I'ARJ h"N IPEAClIDlENT 10ES'861T01N PASS1 TIE IlOtSE Only Two Ibidicals Against It. WAVAs:i:xoroxpM, Feb. 24. iron a conliiion ofextraonlinary tx 6itement and anxiety' tlhN 111io-11" 'hee L:as ieed a gadial transiti throughout the day an] until to biglir, lienl we lind the public mimi coipara t'ively calm, notwithstandi n g the atdop fion of the iipeachniitt r'soliion.. ''hi cause of Lhis ahat'Inent of coniceriln i, aLtri)uted imainly to it butter gen(!ral undersmanding of the situatiol. i, is now apparent to those who feared the President. would resort. to miitary force to sustain Iin ad excute h is orders, that he its had no such purpose, hnil those who expected Congrress to rush .iho impeacinent. project. to a finaliltv, Iind dit-pose, Or a ttiL to de4-pose, Ll President within ten kiavp, as pro'mised by soie o( Ih ladical tmenbers, niow Siee lerlvy that the suggestSions mad v your- corr...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 4 March 1868

Selected Poetryr THE 30NG OF "ANNIE LAUR!Tn *"Thes two verses, snoir M'i. noberI Chambers, which are'ih a stylb wondbrfulIy tender and chaste for their ngb; were writ ten by a N1r. DO1m gns, of F i laind, t uon Ann. one of the f'ir dPihglitors of Sir l10. brt Laurie, first baronet of Maxwolt on, by his second wife, who was a <l'tiglit er of Riddbr of- Minto. A z 1ir !1ohcr i (Irt T. od a baronto in the year 1685, it i:s probabl thiat the versets. Woro Composed about the end of the seventeentli'or beginning of tiie eighteenti century it is painful to 'eeorid that. notwitistanding I lie cliivahiois, ail'ec tion displayed by Mr. )ouglass in his poeit, lie did not oltain lie heroine for Iia wito i.ho was iarried to Mr. Ferguson of' Craig, darro,'i A N N I: LAut;.?I Mh xwelton, banks are bonnie, Whoro early fa's the dow ; Whore me and Annie Lrurie Mado tip the proitise tieno, Made lip the promnisetiluo, And'never forget will I ; A'nt for honni A ini, Liaurie 1'll lay ue down and die. ...

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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. — 11 March 1868

Desportes, Wlliams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. ITerms---$300 perAnnun, In Advance. VOL. 11.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH I1, 18. [NO.38 THEt FAIRFIELD ITERALD 18 l'Un1i.i8itED WEEKi.Y BY bESWIMu1%, WILLIAMS & CO. Terms.-Tits IIEnALI) Is publishel Week ly in the Town'or Winnsboro, at 83.00 in *arcably in aduance. XW- All transiont advertisements to be paid In advance. Obituary Noticed and Tributes $1.00 per Iquare. Selected Poetry, PERSIAN LOVE SONG. W TF.NEA. Amnbition is the ripened pear, And friemiehi'p is the vine Which even rbund a ruin will Its clinging tendrils twine. but love is like a luscious peach A touek its bloon destroys ; As beautiful its blushing cheer, As sweet its lasted joys. But ever in its inmost heart A poison lies concealed : And all its sweetness faded away When Jealousy's revealed. And woman often breaks her teeth Against. this heart. of stone, And, disappoiuted. finds ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 11 March 1868

Thq 'fox:w Re Devili Loowc Agraiii. sit It Lull, MII I'll. I 'IoN, k,*A 11 11 V iT A N1)to i H 'I'Iie i.'caliumi, or I- icitay 1aprn1iL g, con. Aiitvxciv JA ,'d./, g log ini IMP MO.' I Ie uo urln isi ot hise I iWi A il t~rages 10 whale I lie I Q il~i.. i -1(1'ii lh iie W 1,1 n liole bitt. ltiooliile being capittroti, all itt one woui il ile Iu' actllet cliildeciWor Vetri Ivero a.,;k'~ :c::c.'o tb 10 Womanil t'elin red tu -happlieir latoi thalt thiat of Indliatt call) I1VC.--.\iitl LliSl lok 1,lit ai siut tiliie to%~ of ai cIm go' Iirii in d le We&St They~' hiiave bieei iick Iiig I huir ubppmuAino inl laui. paiiizi, killitng it nut tl lildit b oy, it clivinig Orll II oniiletzlIbie ltor.l or liotwil. TIlicy have also beiCd ~ylng ai'ottink'lowo 1 litoigli Kull-i, K c'nclitll zaid ltidci outiiiics ; fn ad (I t( A itn~litll Upu/'U'on 10lntit I lnt. it patly wit S eett i'C.':N 11' 1.71 o il e 14l ShiC r~tt811 oad, 1tifI- li uhs lib0o'C lte Spviligs. 'r'cie t .;ttI A n jo litrcctd, o1'...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 11 March 1868

Latest by Tolegraph Gongromidna. .e .WasmitnOe'rom, Mlarch 2. SEN'ATit--S-.' Marie's pietition for th1e e ward of captring 8urratt: was referred to the Comumit ted oi Claims. Remmionstrinoe against lie constitutionall. SV of the Supm'etmno Court aid'rboonstructiou lilis were refrg'ed t) the Judiciary Comii Imittee, 0 Somat resi icimellt'' anld -eprocedure.." At severe contest atrose over ligiting specees. Tie Radicals, lidwever*, 'n'eo'ntented, as the prosecutiu would, be :est ained ap well as th j dut'utme. 1, it inoticeable Iihat seveIh lIepublicaMIs vot freq Iuelily withile lhemoimals. The t -est Vote of hlie imimminor-iy to day reciel 21), Md would p-evOut itmnpcmmeaimonmt by 2 Votes. The Senate was mtill in sesioi a, 84, liaving recehed tie 22t1 art icle of prm'ocedum-e Witiout mInaterihl a mndmmient, nimd will con 1Iu(i 0 b t mhnatter to .iight. . l. WadmO doe- not vote- iom, preslie dur. 'lg tihee proceedingp. mmls .--A smeinmbled at 10 o'clock I't) artiolos of imipbachiri-aw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 11 March 1868

Seiected Poetry, [ -rum the NV. C. J'/aimn~bler TilE WHITE MEN MUST RULE, n)i JAM 1:8 MA1;it cR TH OM'11iiON. The Whits iuist rule tho land or die The purpose siir in hearts of i'teel IVith burniig check and tlshning eyc, Wu wait what waiting Intay rvetal. Ui3it, comlie wind iktny, the vlites inust hol.! Winit w hile 1en's altrioLt valor biought 01ir grantidire.S' a ies, not yet coill, liallo w e lik soil for which they l'ought. Mhill low-horn setin annd quot-l:aa slaves (Iivo laws to liose wlo (nvi tlie soil ? No! by our granlleires' loo ty grave-, No !by or honIeel l'ihtlih tyj Wil ()lut rightls Ito vrootil ill our- laind., )lr La is written in the sky Fain flin iq lite fiat from het hanid' Thu While shall rulolio land or die. There is a stony onergy bookeit in the honest whie man's will There is a passion like fli soa, Thalt clamps the shores of freedom istill Though haneled C osack dare the day, And Soulless vniinpyre:i ill Mhe nights, The disltnt olninlous thunt11lrs Psay None ...

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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. — 18 March 1868

Desportes' Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, INq1iry, 1idUstry and Literature, lTrms- 300 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. I, WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MACI 18, [8(8. INO T1 1141 FAIRFIELD HERALD' IS PUnAlSURWW' wl'KI.Y BY 4ESPbkl'ES, WILLIAMS & CO. Terins.---Tur HEnr. is iublishcd lWeek In the Town of Winnsboro, at $3.00 in ar<ably in advanc'.e. fj&- All tri8aient advertisoinents to be #aid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per suare. Selected Poetry, [From Jelyravia. AFTER THE BATTLE. The wistfulhouid'creeps, lit'ning, to the door, 'Tho favorIte sloed statids Idlo in tlisall; The wild-fowl, fearless, flutter otn tho moor; The old retainors linger in lto hall: , will ho never, never rise again, To look upon themi all ? They brought him in witlh blood upon his face ; They told how they had found him in the field, Whero the deal foe lay thickest in (to place, With tatteredcolors grasped, and shivered shield, . Ly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 18 March 1868

Horriblo Murder -A Urazy Mau Kills a Poor Bli.i Man, Acoording to the rig Ure Soven, Ab,iut seven o'clock oi Sa toraly molu ing lMt the 7th of Pl , Peter AhIApy nirtired Mhe ronnm of litig-li Tonguo, vho had been blid for lhree times buven yc:tt-, atd bedridd-en for the 11:A Sevenk weeks , and-l vith ia seven :hooler. ins(antly killed Tlilagan ror sone trivial'dillioully growing I out of tlo killing f seven pigeo"I seven days b:'ro0, and the only WitnSs to t t ragely W:I-' a lad I iet' seven years ol. -- I Coroner Whiting waI immill-liately laolintod 1 of tlie siv[ ocilurrence, and I.lury of iiqu"t IVli sooi imipilueled. Fromil le evidenc it appeal(d Iat Nll-iphby a'nite Teagie oe-. piOl a kitchen inl .the rear of No. :1 C:tlloni slireel, II.aI i t i %ly- the otl Oct"t' inig Vit. upper 411a the other Ilie lower !;r1.-. About w week previouts to e i homicide, Mi. Miar-Ity's cat killett :even oi' Mi'. Te'ae's S pigeoli, but. flire wa,; n1o quirr-lling or il119eing aboiul. M e mnaller,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 18 March 1868

Latest. by Telegraph., THE HIGH COURT or IMPEACii MENT. WASHINGTON, MAeh 13--2.30 P. M. At 12 o'clock the Senato gallerieg wvere filled. No black faces appeared inl the crowd, which Creates indignation atong the Repiblicanls. The galleries were filled almost enirely wiitI ladies. The meiberzi Seem to have cotinUd the lotn of their tick. cls to their boaruing-housiAe. Tho umlnmto occupied thnir unal plnceem, and 150 chnairs were plaed for imiumither1 ot the 1ions3e. Messrs. 1Blanl1e)1ry. ('lr0ij ..d Nesljnap Ipeare for tile Preiden. WAASIIiTON, alch j gl,M The PresidenI aSkel t4r0y days for Ir paratioln, and doiiitmndld in immlltkediale ai liwer. Pending a mnoiolin to fix tie trial for lho (i'Ih of Aptil ile senate retireI for ct.onsil. tai ion. TillItD DISPATl'C1i1. nimron, Nlaroh I'h-'J P. M. sr.N,T 1.--The chaphaiin of thie Selinto4 prayed Mhat the verdit of tlis high court wvuld be such a. would be itppovei-id by the people and by (lhe liigh (bCu-r. Lif lleavvin. Private hill.- w...

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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. — 18 March 1868

Selected Poetry MARI0- MAY., I1Y 11owAlaI IYAUL. , Marion Alay ! doll't. you lbvu- CL. b l&o back ward; And think ofyouth's dearly loved frolio. some dlays ? Our hearts were then freeh as the dew on the robes ; Our foolbtopa is light as tho m'rsio of rays. O don't. you remember where often. we ranbteal, And m It ched'thme r il'whoel*wiIdly (ash. ing aronmid, And how the Iutre Otreai bright(ly Ilash(l. In the sunlight, And flung tho oubth-ops on thle blossomn, ang gr-ounld n? Andi, Alarion May, you can 110'er h1av0 for. gotten Tho levson3 w-e Iearned'at (1.o old willow trov, bIth 8w1e Hiniier somild: all arould t, Malure us, 'h1- tihrui, anid Ih lo hiln -of tlhe nsioal b'cc ; The inmire(ils of. ganes at tle liwing (If 110 hillock, The f))orls every .orn 'keath the 1.ile i preamdinmg vilol The <itarrel I hnd Wit you once in fime wvildwoodl, For liking nly brother's eyes blcer than nmumno. Jkar Mirion Miay, lye have kniown the licart.'s borrow, Since those hal)y days have flown ...

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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. — 25 March 1868

y r Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. LTerms---$300 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. X1. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MA RC1[ 25, 18(8. [NO. 40 FAIRFIELD HERALD PR ES, W ILL[AMIS & (i'B 'Krno-Tr i 1:au.'ni 14 puble-l Week~cl int the Town of W1iluishor-), at 83.09 in , Art'i 'Ii ill . t elltt . . .-.s All tranlsicut. nillVert isemeints to ho J aiiilin advance. Obiturary Notices and Trib~utes $1.00 per gjuuaro. Selected Poetry. TIE TRAMP OF '.'iE TYRANT3. BY A SOUTH :aN WOMiAN. Trampling on law-I-.tinpling on U ight. Qllushing out Frec'temt with iron shod might ; Oh! feirful anil san with iwv. nings of woe. Rings the sounding tread u 1' the Nation's foe. Train ping out footprinit of the great dead- - Trampling the light. out their glory oucc Shot [ prooeting Ihe temple retaed by hanls: Libert y's bulwark-no longer it stinads. T-raimpling the graves of thousands of slain WaLIing through bloo to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 March 1868

THE PAIR FIED HERALD, WVod;osday Moriiiii, March 25, 106U. :ueporles Will iauIui.S CO' '., Prop)s. El ec tloi G~en. (Iahly ha~s publi4ied in1 3 ot id lIOew legi 110, 011?1d prosei ibing teem I ati 10118 21 les t~l hereoro1. 1tIi ii be0a inn tier of iIulllirtaInlO to our11 co1 V"e~ Vo t jn~aul2(inn antd it ro w asp)i ii ,; 0311(111111(1, but1 tI. Ole4 111l::: of 01ur ', biits, ci tizens, it IS :t hiatt or of' tc o lttIle ilitc10t 21and the orFderI i: too01 lenlgthy to warrantII pllllbii)1io. It ('I ir'cts tha an11 elctC io bel he ii(1ld n the 11th, 1 5th~ and i th of' Apri, "atl wichIOI all registe'red vo0ters of1 sa id But may( ve23'~ to' F or C.'i18t itut ion,'' or tilt' Sa: 1 11211 lot fori the11 Staite00l ofcrs 21nld 111 e iibrs tl (I' lb 11'4)1180 ori,.e P l' '. : (211y llat. $l i ied ,'' f ollow :~ I!. (.overiior. 3. i\dlj'itaut .11141 ii :Thottr-tie lteral. 1. Scrictoir;, of s'pteo. (it 'I' I'(e21811lU . 7. At torney -(i ui al. 9. Member Uil ofS theO (I oiei':t Assent01 M y a1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 March 1868

Latest by relegr(ph, Ooiigi .s )nal. 11'.1 utNti1.ON, !'it111Oh W. SiNArl3.-0eorgia oonvctt!ion t iks till halt of $100,000. South Cnt"oliua convention lv4ka a repea Of the duly on rice. Mort) negroes want itssistanuo to l.ilieri:i bowler lntrodueed a bill fur the iurv('J of the dlissi sippiriver, troth Ape (iirur tletltt to the Mouth, I'01' I it l 111,;91 iutl of (W, line$ appt'ultriutiug a tluirtcr of it Million. The tom uui(tec oil Connneive r: p.,rt ell -if Ollie lilt nlent to the house tax bill, let 11411Ii. Ilse lax Olt turpentine, sugar reiiucr;, ca n" diCS unit COnluetiOIL"NiCI. .ldjenriled. ilncsl.;.--Intritlticril, I e 0! tt . 1'ociiiig It in:IrinU iii I l11i It (_'nl'0 also, It bill L'eponling the I"'11 -: ,n II' I ll' ;Itlllclttt',V 11(:1 I'nt'11i'.1,111i,! "II 1:W : Judges of the ?>Itprelnt I'o it'i :11"a! rtlll't., to six. .A preaniWe :Ilil ii:l,'I'rl 1.11101111 11 'Ind of ltel7:t "ath)ll of lll'jI1C1I'i'' ,. 11 a5 it " ?t"utluo,'d by \Ir. Il.sS, of Ii!i:l'lis, 1ci,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 March 1868

S'locted Poetry. From the Southecrn Cultivator. TO (CiGR8S:. THE N EJltit'AL o1 T I'OMAs Gil U B . Lords of the Linited galion! Ileae the earnest supplication Of your very himblo sub Scriber, starving Thonas Grubb!. Taitx this Cot t. nta I Ta, it high I Tax it dead before wo% die!. Tax the planter I tax tlie-liutd . Overseer ait the hiand4! Screw antd gin house, gill' add' band! Tax the nulle and tax the plow, Everywhere and any how ! Tax it top. and tax it tap I Upper, middle, bottom crap !' Tax the lint and'tax the seed! Tax the. universal weed I Tax the very Bumble-bees Iii the blossomtr.; tax 'ern'please !' Lay a double premiun On the Boll anal Army ''w t! And a double bounty set, On rust and rot. and droth.and wet. Tax it ! Tax it ! don't relax it Chain it.; stamp it; d--n it. Tax it Tax it. dea iand duamb and blind Out of night and out of Inlil! Then the South slill shine egainU With her grain andii gasses!--1/trn. For your Graneuras, night and lay Your potitiotner shall pray....

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 April 1868

Desportes, Williams & Co,, Proprietors. I A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Litertr(Icm--3O prAni nAvne ______11.1 WINNSBORIO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORN INGIPI i 88 N.4 'Til N~ V FAIRFIELD HERALD 1: I't'in. ;tirl) w L.KL.Y Iy ii EiSPODIt' E's, WILLI AMS & (o. , Trn..-Tsa: Itrn.rr. is publishedl Week y in I l'c 'Towna o' Winnsiboro, at. 83.00 in 'arelbia/ ini, udaunce. ., Mr" All tra'anijnt. i lvertisemueuts to be paid in alvance. . Obituary Notices anl Tribute. $1.00 per Malnare. Selected Poetry. 'The fdllowing line-, a'tys tlie Albany Ken, whNich we 1in1 in 1 the ltimore Epi-it e'opal t/Jw/kis, are t'roa i e pen of'a son and fighting chaplain of Geo gin. lie was severely wonntded in the late war, bui, as Wer see, is still aile and willing to wield his pen in behalf of " --the lanid ou gr:anld old aIthers \ otil fromn fortet. anl fta'ro foe." WE WILL NEVER LEAVE THE LAND, DY: w."~. o RORlta G. ). ilynr, ;'n, Cotradc ! you stood beside me in the hotte...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 April 1868

Mas. liany A xNR uL;.t s . 'Tut NEw roux Sus -The suit brought by Ms. Mary Anna (3oker) Bean In the Brooklyn City Court, to recove I!;e sin of 5O,000" for an alleged libel published ill the Nei York Sun newspaper, by Mr. llettch; then proprietor, on the 2it d if Mlarch, 1817, was resumed at l0} o'clock this mtorning. 1Ex-Judge Reynolds proceeds to sum up the case for the defense, It was ati action, lie said, lint never ought to have been bronght in court, bitt being elaintied on the part of tlie plai(ifll that damages to a large amonnt arO duo, and su1ch inllaminatoiry iippeals having beon made to thejury, it became Ihe defense to I 1y the case carefully. li thought ho would be able Io satisry the miud.i of the jury Mhln the defenlant haul, :dte1 in good fi(It il a that l was not in any sense responsiblo f'or the nppearance of t he article in question. There wits nothing in the ctse That called for plini Iitent , and it therefore rosolved itsilf into whit auinit. of damage had been ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 April 1868

Local Items. OLUnge'of Sohedulol, ' By roforence to anothler colutinn, it will be seen that a change of Sched ile on the South Carolina Rail Road, took effect on the 29th., int. One Fare. Wo are authorized to" state that dolegates to the DUoDnoothk State Conventionin Cotutnii to'be held on the 2d of April, will be psed over the railroatd, to and fro, for one fpre. Burglary. On Thursday ight last the store of 1Nr. John MeuCarlev, in our town wiis unt red and about two hunired and lifty pound. of b.a coan stit om. 'Th1e burglars have inot yet been d iscoverel. Appointment. Our townsman, Mr. J. M. Daly, has boon appointed by Judge Bryan, U. -. District J1udge for the District of South Carolina, a Cominissioner in Rankruptcy. Cotton Market. Wo hove prepared fIr our hap'r, a now wekly Reicrt of the prices pd d for country produce, also the prices at which sind iy article:; ar sold, by our Mcrchanits, ind which, we can ass re our country friends will compare fi vorably, with any othde inl...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 April 1868

Selected 'Poetry, i AT1i lD AY AFTERNOON BY N. P. Wasi.1 e. 1 lo-e to look on a scene like thi', Of wild and iareles piay And persuade myself that I am old, And my looks are tiot yet g,'ay For it stirs the blood of an old man's hear) And makes his pulses fly, To catch the thrill of it happy voice, And the light of a pleasant eye. I have walked the world for four score years, And they say I hat I am old That my heart is ripe foi (he reaper Dealli And my years are well nigh told, It is very true-it ik very truoe I am old, and I ''bide my time ;" Biut my heart will leap at a scone liko this, And I half renew my prime. Play on f play on f I am with you there, In the midst :of your merry ring ; I vani fool the thrill of Ihe darling jump, And the rush of tie breathless swing I hide with you in ieto fragant hay, And whoop the sirotbored call, And my feet slip up on the seedy floor, And I care not for the full. I an willing to die when my Ii me shall come, And I shall be glad to go For the ...

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