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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 April 1868

s, o., Proprietors,:) A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$3 00 er nnum In Advance OL.11.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, 18(8. [N(. 2 TIEI)t; ,AIRFIELD HERALD is 'UIT ISIlCD WK;KLY BY :bESPORTES, WILLIAMS & 10. 7ini'.--Tnm tintaid.n is published Weik fy in the 'rown of Winnslbro; at 63.00 i'i dareabl~y in advance. A gp' All transieht advertisentents ti b 'aid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per squaro. Selected Poetry, PEACH BLOSSGMS. BY ANNIEt R. nhobN'r. The scent of the peach blooms, faint and sweet Like a viewless spirit's still caress, Or a vague half thought in a poet.'s'lraln, Or an echo of shadowy tenderness That litigers'when music has floated past Liku all things dreamy,unreal, and rare Ihas led me back through the orape-veiled rooms Where mortbry reigns-to a chamber fair. Tuib flted'colitinis I-the pictures grand! The Millkei curtains I-the sound of a lute t'ehrotigh- the rose-colored drap...

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. — 8 April 1868

THE FAIRFIED HERALD, WINNSBORO, S. G. Wednesday Morning, April 8, 1631. Desportes, Wlflamis & co., Props. Publio Meotiag At an adjourned meeting of the citi zes'B of Fairfield District, held in the Court House, on Monday, the 6th in. -stant, on moetion, W. 11. Roberleon was called to the chair, and I. N. W'ithers appointed Secretary. The Chair explained the ohject of the meeting acc'mpatnied with a few appropriato and wvoll-t.imod romarks. Major T. W., Woodwa.rd. one of the delegatel from Fairfield, to the Convention wh ielb asseinblad in Co. junabia, on the 2nd instant arose, and after reading the rosolutions adopted by that body, supported them in some effective remarks. lie was followed by13 B . E Ekins, anIothcr dAlegato t.o the Convention at, Columbia, who re ferred to the measures of relief and taxation passed by the recent Con. vention in Charleston, and showed, 'that they would fail in affording the oelief which was so much needed and desired. James 1B. A iken, Chairman ...

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. — 8 April 1868

Latest by Telegraph. $Fron Mc Ricimond Dietriat. News kom 'the s0a itol, WAitisuroN, April 3. fTho double.loadeil editorial in to-day's Tribune announcing that General Grant does not think it inconsistent with -his duties as a soldier to make it known that the Presi dent should be removed, and that (he im peaohmeut should succeed, eto. hiii caused considerable coninent here to-night. enIe ral Grant's frietnds says there is no authori. 'y for the Tribun. a statement, and that :Grant has not made known to any one his vlows of the impeachment trial. It is the goneral belief here that the object of the ibune's editorial was to strengthen eer. tain Radical senators whom the original Impeachers de.signato as -'weak-kneed": in other words, sctiit)r wIo refus to W.omiit theimiselves in advance to a verdict in the impealemt Itial. Assistant Adjttlant (oneral 'Townsend has prepared a statemint of all.the niilitawy3 .Divisions and Departmenii for med dar-ing the past i fly years, showing tha a...

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. — 8 April 1868

Selected Poetry, !Street Fight Bctwoen Grant and Sonator Ohaudler in 1851. In lhe winter of 1850-5-1, Gen. Grant va.s stationed with has reginent in lM' trait, the hone of 1ion. Z ch. Chandler, S'enntor frot Michigan, Io mnw %h) in 1861 thought the country needed a little blood letting. At, that time Grant wvas a liettenati I in th service and w 1s decidedly' at very 1a:t. young lust it. II1 had a litult Indian pony that hle used to ride up and d'..vn the stree t on a cle an julp; It so happenel that, on one o0 easion, lie slipped on the icy sidewalk in frtont 1)1 Z.aCI. Chandler's louse. Therefore he brought snit a itinst Chan deer fOr neglect to clear his sitdewalks, to which Complant, Chandler made answer that Grant would not have falen had he not been drunk. In v'iew of the present position of the parties townrds .aelh other, the story will bear reputinw. I We aiid it in the Cllicago Times: "Chandler lived humbly grea t in his peculiar line at the 1imo of Ulysses' ad veot. in )e...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 April 1868

Dosportos, Williams & Co., Proprietors.IA Family Paper', Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literatur.Ii i--J0 erA iiIiAvuo ~VOL. Ile] WINNSBORO9 S. C., WEI)N E1)YM R IG 1 ,I~j 3 TlIl, FAIRFIED HERALD It PUi!iIeCD wtCICKL.Y BY ESPORTES, WIL4IAUS & O. . Tcrns.-Tits S 1ERAWl is pub iished-W euk ty in the Town of Winnsboro, at $3.00 in vareably in advance. 367- All transient alvertisements to be tald in adIvanco. . Obilow,"y' Notices nt tTributes $1.00 p,:-r anlare r.. Selected Poetry, Tlo ceasless sound of the seething rain ; TIhe drip, drip, from the soddlen leaves The winds at work in the ripening grain They are ghostly mowers bending the sheave?I -Aid rain, riplinf rain. From far-off farms a dull cook-crow; The brook runs red, as if the spear Of the lightning wrought the mountains woe 'Those gianlo, fronitg a lone and drear; , .p ,, ,.. And rain, shrilling rain. Like silv.er strings of a mighty harp Seem t,he glanoing drops ; tho woodlanid r. r;en . Sho ,pale gr...

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. — 15 April 1868

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 April 1868

Latest by Telegraph. LIIPEX AILENT TRIAL. GENERAL THOMAS'S EVIDENOE Su'mnor Leaves the Extreme lmpeaohers for the First Time. A RG iENT O' JOD 1 cliN 1'rs. O lEi$B.L SilE113AN TO B BEXA MINED. ' 11'.tWanIiON, Apill10. Nothing was dnio in either (louse this mlornting previous to imlptachmtent. Judge Curtis prooodett Witli Iis argum ent of the defene). Genera 'l hoans will be the first witness For tO defence Iha. Will bt exa m id . SECO(N I) DISPATCiH. Wa',sltNOTONy, April 1i1. Jd(lge Curtis clesed i iis speech ait 22 -Jiadge C t i titsl ion Tll his algimenl to lay on the theory and pracice in vae-an eies and 'ppoi tmz'ents, Claiming thlt the iiad oce would shoew several in stct iou in all po is like that of Stanton and Thomas. li, insistedl that Thomas Was not appointe, al aippoil iment i t h l 'e P 1eshient's ->tnination, and theseati te's ci nsent, and 1' 1'rhPid" ent's cutomuiisiod. Ile hiaracteir 'ed the alegation that no vacancy e'iieted n : begging the question. The legal va...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 April 1868

Selected Poetry. I 93w1Bir NATUJRT DONS HERli VER Si LA ROB3ES. A V lu:4 A:. I41'' 4.*~,(41 :,s.r oat tiW a 410n her' vernial rol.IA. An( nl i sic tfjttl:t onl every 144401e I Th'lu j i'utevy' of I he sp4ic K;',v'1 :'e getly wvated now Il to 1c. And)4 low 4.'4iVcel wini-1., from unn .14114''iniij, :,ink ;:w4.'oty in t ho ;lI'I' 1e ow.i, .:' 41040 thir IheiltS to 1(iiilir., low, Aol1 I'oldt t heir wings 1ri o11: he loer.' ThIe little t'ocilta that i(t ely 4'014'l, Or tni'1ieel unt tomi lul 1iiyv ?rtv4 lout theu ii~l arshu i101tiot 1 t101, Vfie' little birds~--"w('et Nahdi-'4 choir -T ;:v1 *I ti.L i.t 11 i'el:. ever04 given: - Will l1it rill) 1~airrs up h~igheor-R~liichler, Ant]. :4il 11.4 to thle bate .# of' lea en' Theii ;.:(l'uit r ),',e the Ill4iI'oiirilig 304 'I' Ic'll lift in y t~illIt [,(nr hii41 ighier, Ila::n thu 4:l of sa ic phito4..,yhy Och ' 'rhea g:iv liptik. tl~o t:44o40 young; la. Ant itnt it bek,130 thee vie v 411 himni to T'he l,'uJ.'r flu 1,;1j -1 - 11401l ii Il 4414...

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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. — 22 April 1868

Dosportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors,1 A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature[Tms-$OOprAnT dane VOL. 11.1 WINNSBORO, S. CWEDNESDAY MORNING4 PI 2 88 N.4 . TIJ FAIRFIELD HERALD .. Is PUnI.81iEJC wiCiKi.Y nY iESPORLTES, WILLIAMN & CO. Terms.-Tna inuALr. is publishel Week in the 'T'own of Winnsboro. at 163,09 in Uareauy in advance. $@f" All transient advertisements to be id InI advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. Selected Poetry, HIGHLAND MARY. Yo banks and brain, and streams around L The cast le o' Montgomery, ureen be your woody, andi fair your flowers. Your waters nov r drumlieo Titere Simmer first unfaulds her robes, An' there (he langest tarry ; , Fe there I took the last firewell O' my sweet Highland Mary. how sweetly bloomed the gay green bir, How rich the hawthorn's blossom, As underneath their fragrant shale, . I elasped her to my boeom I The golden hours, on angel wings, Flew o'er inc and my deary ; For dear to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 April 1868

THE FAIRFIED HERALD, WINNSBORO,. S.. C.. W6dthesday Mbraing, April 22, 1868. Dos portes, Williams & Co., Protsi. The Election, Oi Tuesday morning, as ordered, the polls were opened in Winnsboro, for a. vote tipon the ratifihation of the Radical Constitution and for certain lices. At an early hour crowds bo gan to coigregate upon the streets, and until after midday, it sensilily iu reased, until the town was well crowded with at throng, of exceedingly dusky hue. Kluch interest was mani fosted and s.nne ecitoinent.. Both parties workod with-a will. U roups were viibliy. everywhere, listenibg to appeals-and arguments, and we espe cially noticed that all. our. loading citizens exerted themselves- earnestly to impress the colored voters with the dangers of the radicalism .thait is about to b'e fastened'upon us-- all'aike; No disturbance interrupted the election, and indeed all passed quietly enough, if we except some noise and a pugna cious banter or two on the part of one or two int...

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. — 22 April 1868

_--L test, by4 TIQprraph1 01 MAly i EN1V1 "T'IE ENATE 3IrAfl8 PAT 01'O 3HfbMAN,~ a E;Vi.DEN0O.i, IT U7'LE1It LVSUI/1'3Al 4":.'. 'rot .JJ) AS. kA'll VA' ED. " 1at JoLuIn.o1 Tim: . 6; of ~~i~i BUEJ1ETALtY WlLT J 0ON T1NYE S'TAND. The Cabiniet IUjantnois p~. ~ t i 'irAN NiOiNCE t~ )i'F m. 1:1no myo:r11r '111;l L'INA 1, itixs; I', i:I The 11 uuivo. hay~ing toi') oluchinl, i%1 ciin to thme III) jwaciiaeiit ('oullt W5:-1iru '.%tve mutiee I ht lite woltl' moovo ii ut~ f t ntre niii ; alu niatei diieit to tihe r1'. to tilt lizii sitecii'. Th'~e mlu i 'U to tuncuti 11 1 ' l,r 1"" allow. aldditi ivim speccoteH w'i 1111111. I. Spec1i werie miiido by3'Ot' iii, tith iil,u Bent wei. and iogattl. i teveily nut lS iili il ui di.' Special ii i t it a'r limra i;'. (lyiert1 8Smi11:r11an is Ic 'C i Ii. resor~i~ ofStntonui, lie g00of it he ser 'vice r.tejmirtiiI itut tir 11ali than ut t tlil at tile Iteidlof ime War Detiactllutt Bittler Objected. lttgmai said itf Slmc'niit'is opinioni was genci, t'or~y ...

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. — 22 April 1868

Selected Poetry. [ Prom the Metropolitan Record.] OLD MEMORIES, The power of song to awaken varied me nmories is a theme that wears well. An o00 casional contribu'.or to the 1'ortfoli't--ono whose visits are not so frequent, as we should like them to be-treats it thus. SING THAT sWP.ET MtELoDY AoJAIN. Sing that sweet melody again I heard it once in happier hours ) It falls upon my weary brain Like breath of sunmer flowors. It brings before my pensive mind, 'ho hallowed scenes of other years, When life was one long day of joy, Bright., unalloyed with tears. Tho blooming hawthorn scents the air, The lark's loud song is iii the sky, And galh'ring sweets fron balhy flowers, The be htums merry by. Agin I hear my Mary's voice, l1er matchless form I see once more, Again her witching glance of love Enchants mue as of yore. Ner small, white hand is clasped in mine, 11er fragrant breath is on my check, Wrapt in a trance -f thrilling joy, Our hearts too fusi to speak. Oh I coul4 snh- cetay but...

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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. — 29 April 1868

Desports, W illiams &Co., Proprintors. I A Family Papor, Devoted to Science, Art Inquiry, Industry and Literature LTerms---$3 00 per Annum In Advance. VOL. 11.] WINNSBO)O, S. C., WEDNESDA Y MORNING, APRIL 29, 1868. [NO.45 Tilx FAIRFIELU HERALD Is11U11t1n18111.1: w!Cl.K1.Y BtY TtPOWIES, WILLIAMS & Co. Ty in the Town of' Winnsboro, at $3.00 in. 'r'ayin a1dvance. Z3y" All transiint aelvertisenients to be paid in advanco. . Obituary Notices and Tributc' 'F1.00 per squar~e. Selected Poetry'. _ CHIIEF JUSTIUE MARSHA LL ON THE 4 . TAND. The folto)vlwig hantzag. were Colpose I by Innis Itandolp li tt statue of Chief Justico Marslin 'ccen'ly placed on its podestal in frolt of the Capitol, ili Mlch. .0no11l: We are" fad to seo you, John Marshall, fny hloy, So fresh from the hisel of Rogers, So take your stand on the ionutnent 'ire. Along with the other old co(gors. With Washington, Jefferson, Mason, "and Who sinned with a great transgression, In the old fashion not ions of' freedoin a...

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 April 1868

THE FAIRFIED HERALD WINNS OR-, m. . Wodnesday Morning, April 29, 1868. 1)espovos0, IvilliIIIS & CO., Props. Our Polioy.. For the present at least, the witt Pe' ople of the State are without a Voice ik the government of the State. ''l.c maddest, most unscrupulous and in falmous revolution iln Iistory has i4ntatched fhe powers (f the State from tho bands of the! race, wro settled this country, reared its civilization :Iild gave it holor, wealth and world w ide infiuonce and transferred it to its formcr laves an ig orni t t atil l'ee bl rico. There is a rpu.ignaice to i ture in tliis wholo matter, that pre figures its doom. If eauctasian intel lect 111d elt rgy and atfCrican inldol n'ce and debasement are not lies, tle thing Cunnot otald. Lmled to tihe s irface of events, by the stormi tif pas. sion and excitement, the latter race may ride gaily enough for a season, E'on the crest of the waves ; but le t t'io storm abate anid the waves sib sido and they will mink of their owntt sto...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 April 1868

Latest by Telegraph, INPEAI[ CHENT TR1A L. NLIMITED SPEE0OHEIS ALLOWED, Spooch ofManagor Boutwell, 2,111, ACQUIT'.11 OF T'i ' R nsI DJENT A'07''O li CON7'I' TiA7' CONVICTIoN DntNUS P'I;ACH TO Till. E.AND. W 1AsIINo-roN, April 20. The lloi1e, nfer calling for informatioa' tellt ivl to Ihe detentio n11 of Ithe Unilel Ht ata steamihip. Slain 'it tWhe New l(oision f(onale4 ivill) i4ivy-yard, as it i. n411.i.-4 for' political parlajises. proceeded to the 1im pe (chm oin. trial. The trial opiened wtit h Or, W 1in tgorsi in ' lldct mien!, of l sIer F I i4et't, p t - mtamer at Au gusta. for pm-jay, W H otfer. Vd, and14 with it litler oMlee litugett' an. .Evarts objected that IliogetI was not on ti al hero. litle procee'lA ito state orally what they intendedo' to prove. Jludge Clias s ordered him to retluce it 10 writ ing. Butler prot -041, bt .llsge (-h peor. pisld, aIlli lutler i- no0w retao:inag i to writ ing. SI-NOND DSdPA TC'l. WashuerIoN, .April 20--lveniag. The Court refused to adit t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 April 1868

Selected Poetry. .[ I-'roa the Chaarletona Mercurt. ] rPo the~ DEMC0RA0lY. elo ant 4s obedience- to od." Tho South.the South-pron.1 another of the grandest hero-throng That over drew the glitteringglave or rolled tho bal tie song 'N eal I the tyrant's heel of iron her glorlons head'lie3ilow And a hidderb , world bears witne to ihe direness of her wim tonig have beenl her, years of sorrow, (lark have beel heri days of pain, Since the oypress wavedi its tr~esses, O'er her. pale heroio slain ! And with- ever-growing aniuiish sto has lourned abov ier dead, Fohr thiir blood, a vain libation, wast Free domn's altar shed.! Bull behkold ! a chiauge is corning", asj the daly to night sulccedts. Andt the despots obeek is 'blanching as his vielim faints anld bleedls, lor tho victini' Chains are treakine, Al uponalher pallid bow Where a thousand woses havgathered, Fee ioum's sultriso snetklo. Freeo- waves her mni - or angoe, atd Ilr voice onleti clmb w- hear Alonig t people's orried ranks -le b...

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. — 6 May 1868

Desportes Williams & Co, Propretors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, InqUiry, Industy and Liteatt VOL, 11. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY (, 1868. TiE FAIRFIELD HERALD 1t 1(Untit'i.nc E WKEg~y liy VrIIs, Wil1JA MS & (), Termm.-Tur 11MRnArL iR pubih31L1 e-l\"ok 'y'in the Town of Wiitsboru, at 83.00 in 1;-zreUly in advance. Eigy' All tratisicnt advertisemncnts to le ?aid in advanc. Obituary Notices and Tribu(es $1.00 per luare. Selected Poetry. TRY AGAIN. low oft has disap pohittetit marred Soen cherished plan of itae, And hidden wintier clouds appear Whern summlier's sun shtould shine Yet. often, as Ihey darker grow, ve scoon sorue wonadrous pen Uon tle Very blackot write The sentence, "Try again." -low oftenl in the stilly houi' Of night, the heavy kiigh, In syupathy, hrs strove to nieCt The tear.<lrop in toy eye ; And thon, like atngels whiapering Their aessages to taci, I've heard a quiet. breathing of The sentence, -'T'y again." -Ihow ofton, as I've...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 6 May 1868

THE FAIRFIED HERALD tu WINNSBORO. S. . v - Z. it, Wednosday Morning, May u, 188. Al Dosportes, Williais & Co., Prop'i . ta vo Public Moodudg. t At 11 -1 o'clockc, thle meetmng was; ca-i "rW od to order by W. It. Robert.,on. Capt. I. N. Wiii wa.; ected Cr-I rusponding Scie Iary and. Treasurer ul the DemliocraLiQ Association of the D- )l trict l The l'resid(el. Ohen adldrceed lit: meein utlet~t, eviewing, the pros, pectof, the4 party and admoinsilit the II, colored rice of t. ir' duty 1u td:r y salcLy, ndi clod withI i:m 4.'.r.ion of ti relgret t.the w aipath1y of thle wite vol~er in the 1)ht nm thlL recnt ,lc iio u lipeal to Lihem to organizu kor volk and nutivi-y. Go'. Itam 114N:!, peen d frth plinciei's ard poliey of the DanoI)iirr:0 ic par11ty wV1ro tnni ned Tllo:e r, m! 1 tions which \Ie htelLvd w;ill alppar Im our next. A fler the connittLra.ic of thes ran htiotniwl John 'Bm arti and W dii is (ioo coilrd Imember1 of' tie Democratio par ty, announilceds vrl cekos o tho radica...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 6 May 1868

Latest by Telegraph. Nowa Itom, 1AnrUS-TON, Maty 2. Arringd--steatner Falcon, alt iaore. Mailed-staner CIn unpion, New York eclhr. Menewa, New York. NFw Ont.:Ass, May 2. Oflicial returna of the elcetion are not }et )tblishei. [Tho pub/ir give' re tuns froma aill tho plalrishe!, aaakinig the vinjorilty for lhfe the Ionstitttion 1786:1. They also olaitoa 22 Roguhlian ate Kena tors, against I I )eunoruts;: 6%) Itepubli ennt m1aemaabers of thfie Iluttse, 4 1 Itemaotclt. WVarniatlab' majority for v.erner i -Iah - ly in excess of tho Con-ut a t n. 'I' ' nideatill electors al; everal Chiago d01 'e gIat ara- colored. 11henuM1M. M.iny 2. Jeff Davis' hniT han'l was Vom A-ed - . +lay. I lae accus;c-t is to a r ' - ( aa .Ait eh a ,-lay duraing the[ next term as Ihe emu-lm aeraafter kix. The .lud: a0.1 Chief .lnsiie Cha had told hit.1 Ia 1I ' wold be inl -Rialunad to pride P. Mru-. b,v' i Xiaithin at fcw day after bhe imaenchment I rial hada conclaidta. The new hoatl aiven was by Ilorne Gcele.y,...

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. — 6 May 1868

Sellected P00hrYIN THE1 OONI71EDJRATE DE~AD. Til f1lon toilribito o to tile Cotfecratc dent1 itl p ima:4ltia ti iittuit4 ill Vvi of' sttrroitiigs. 'John e'Utor of th il i~: (7am6iilutiiaulidIays l tt, those NYiio sh-vtw flowers over IhIQ pv:i' of iIk~pliI,( r it i't wi~ill feel that 111u jItiel. 411-vallers ;.1.1i;0 11110t the raiggau iul pa is f di-IMI wabb I orlii( mriittial -t aiilll iit ii i o l 'or thwill tile wrai-a i i . I i . thet iuroirl ' i irl,. The AINtitii %'k--a il O ite 1wi jl1 '.t'Ie 0illO 1:111) . I Alg l iii w ill w 1i Ihu si. la U i l ui it , fall, I i 11,1 141 il l i t 1 ley ra t 1'aia : il: (i i ti t (! Nvith iI lliglt f no bhill alm law 11 oa (.l patti vNot thsu te olea g I .. t eiihlil aur iiha at. l'aic . lii', *Xaa d os aa t .llcI r aa iyh! r A l.-Olgtit 1 iji) Ol n if jo (elite' pi el i ay Nor 10 WIt I Care 1 ltte l a ill V Witl iaxie. I Is ii ltIaal of filifih- tip lao fea il It oduitte Iai iii',. brai.'ehi dinpi Andcot ad wihe im al~ ieti.La Thut D~ixie. ...

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