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

++ Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietorsd A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literar-[Torms---$3 00 per Aunum In Adance VOL. 11.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 41868. [N FAIRFIELD IIERAL.D #111P- I' Un1,1811F.D WKVKI,Y tY DESPORTES, WII,1AMS & 0., Termc.-Taig 11unttn is publishel Weok. ly in the Town of Wflinsboro, at 93.00 in. vareably in advan6e. SW All transidift ddfortisemonts to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices nd T' 10ts il.00 per square. PLANOHETTE. The rival'eautie laid their hanls On "Planchefto's" stiAbordl heart, Querying silently tile flifle Witb faces held apart. "Which does he love, tell we, Planchet t e?" Fair Lily softly said. '-Whioh does he love?" said queenly Rose, Bending her haughty head. The white henj ti-ff#f8ed like a dove, The brown one fashed its ring, And still the pencil wrote no word, Dragged, lilfe a sullen thing. Whille quiet tansy, looking on, Waltet its pranks to see: Foldittg Hder secret in he...

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 November 1868

THE FAIRFIEM HERALD WINNSEOio, 8. C. ednesday Morning, Nov. 4,'1808. D3s;prte, Williams & Co., Props UNION AND PEACE. For President. 110N. HORATIO SEYMOI OF NEW YORK. VFor Vice-President. 1101N, FKlH P, BLAIR, OF IDSSOURT. rivo Thousand Dollar Rewards. Our readers will have soon that the people of Anderson, in publia meet ing, have proimunced Governor Scott's lato partisan proclamation a libel and slander upon the State, just as we considored it. We confess to have felt indignant at first, but now we have cooled do.wn to our .orimal condi tion of calm contempt. Knowing the. v'xtent of Scott's power for inisobf, we had hoped that lie might rise to an effort to gain the good-will of gentle. men by rebtraining the excesses of his confederates in the crime of dooming a free people to political impotence. We entortAn that -ho-pe n longer-. Ile is -us unsern pulo-ts, ts' faimo, and as ialhious as the rest of -aorpet-bag. gors-tkat's all. We 4hould not have hoped otlierwise. lis offori...

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 November 1868

Latest, # jpgraph. Terrible Outrages -by the Negroes iu Louiaiana---A lbole Family Murder - ed---Ohildren yrned to Death Troops a i th 6 Spot, cite d oi parish, adoling Orleans, and below t his city . . f, . From inforialton brosght to headqitnters. by the theriff of't.he piarilsh and othiers it appears that the diflie-uthy originated yes terday on the oceitioit of a piblio display by two Democratic club.-4, wllen a ditlicity occurred, in which one white in in and w'o negroes were killed-one beng i nember of a neW Me-fpa iPnf iofe forek, At night thi negroes congreg-ed ion-ther ni Tp1qle1 . i,t body to ti h liius ola Span I ,oer, killing him, his s(i. 114 hi-s sis.. Sn, nd bri.-11ng tie louse, I i< wif' escnping wilh a child in her rarnis. Two jither liitises are reported burnt, It oe of' \vi.ich Aur children are reported killed. The rumtors are various and conflict ing as to tle exler.t (of' file outrngeta. tlay while inhabitants ortlie parish deserted i.ir houses lasI niaht and...

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 November 1868

MONTEREY. We wore not miany-we who stood Before the iron sleet that day Yet many a gllant spirit woul'l Clire half his yeare ir he but coild iave beoln with lit; at Monterey 1;.w here, now there, tle shotl it halled in deadly drlfts of fiery spiny, Vet not a single-soldior qunlle When wounded comrades round i hein Wailed Their dyli g shout at Monterey. A ti on..-still on our colunn kept. Throngh walls ot' flaine its wit hering way; Where fell the teAd the lviing slept, Still charging onl the guts witichi swept The slippery streets of Mont orey. The f6e hintself reooiled aghnst, When striking where the strot,gest lay, We rwooped hi6 fi,iinking bat!eries past, And braving full their ntnuroine blasti Stormed home the toweri of Monteroy. Oir banntorn on those turrote w ive, And there our evening bugles play Where orange boughe above their grave, )Keep gren the nienory of the brave Who fought, and fell at Mouterey. We u.ro not many-we who jressed Beside the brave who fell thatl. ay But w...

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. — 11 November 1868

A--.atELU'Jib . *tA.. 6 o w iini Ob. froretoit] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science Art, inquiry, Inustry'and Literature [ A WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11 1868. [NO. 2t T1l110, 1AT,RFIELD W1 YAL b slPOi'ES, WILIAMS & (O. I cPr1i.--.'tTlc lb:Ar.) is ptblished Wpo)-..j y in thd Town of Winnsboro, at 9*.00 in. vureably itt advaince. -gy- All transient. advertisements to be n)idt in ativane. Obituary Notices A' 'tribtS i.00 tir editare. - MY HOME. h taing hours ar hero-the hoUrs I Prize, o day's work over', all my ihouglhts are turn 'd. - T,the.sw6et rest.whieh head and hauds. To.SF who Is so pleaisant in my eyes. fmie Af iadia ainuous shady lano, A .path qf .wood, a bridge.-rtliero stands _ny .1 --home -o fairer ever yet in guilded ton: o .oi th h alor window frat no $00 1s o picture tiat adorns its walls. araoes each room, grasop)u1,jiner life -The '6ture'of a liappy..gooe rmAns's wife ; I hear tho' welome fnoa her 1ips that falls. U rg yet 1the sun op wi,the lit...

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

SHE FAIRFIED HERALD w WINNSI%RO, S. C. w Wednesday -Mortiing, Nov. T1, 1808. Dewportom, )WII1am1s & Co Props , t I Tho resilt of the Emttie. . -e can scarcely belicvo that bte i, profound and searching expositions of, v the Principles of free governimnit which havel appeared during tle-can viss and have 0inanuiatod -froin theo lrains -of Deoinratio 'writurs and speoakeis will provo inefictual for good. It'often happens that it parti- f SII Uill not desert his party, but will U be convinced b,y the logic of his opo i1ents, and1.l Vill exert his influeie'1 within his party to disarim opposition by rimovinig thecallses of' 'Complalint.: I t'u ills that great -roforiners seldom ain ersoni accomip1lih refuii ion. Edmuntind fl the pilanthropist and Statesman almosl, invaria)i)ly Voled in 1 i inolilo ity, and % CC witi'tho except.ion ( of 0ivor Ordn.wll, Eiglanl tiever I produced impm it greator min. When the Fronc revolution burst upon the world like aln ;1imm1eniso coil flagration in...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 11 November 1868

-'Saifitu, NoYemtitr8. Negroes appqared in gret&' n 'un:rs whoe0 the polls opene and Aook entire possession; ,his coni,nuad until ubout, .ovy, Yclook. Evory wit man who came jo vote, was clubbo ' aw0hy; finally a fl h 9ommoq6ed, ihe negroos drawing baof t1o yies" thon COMOUCed 1o voto. In ail PD111h1tes the no-, groe riillied and attaokl, 16 itee. - A negro djerael rera prtt i sh9t a ollepianrgh the mo ly wouI' nd. ng hanq i1r th g Iamel,.general the orowd.- ho' to.pros6t'va o or; the negroGspfp,ught 'thet lesporaely.; U1a. ,ly, tbe, pplico -used j.j pistol6 when h negro ro ke d..,4tth ;'five negroes 10%4d soveral wounded for p9liCemtan weupdoei. opo , mortally.., A youtng lady lre4jng iq it b9uq opp;etO JhO Court _,wa awen plot. a nball whik.pame: - ta i wind4w, ut not dangerously) Trouble is autio ipated to * ijght. SAVANNAif, Novembor 8-P. M. SIne mOrnir;, no dlititrbliaoe. Alt quiet. It Is Imht:,msibleto sty wh6s ahead until the actual ob1unt. ALt Ogooloe preciot, nogroes, ....

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

TH E DtA h StNMER. Ah, how she ainne and went I so siealthily That'6'no can make the obort lived periods E-ven withll their wealth of blooms and songs of birds, No other than a dream. And yet the Sunmer itis Vbihold no gift, Suel as God anhully bonds. The gratuful bhower, The glorious w0bbito, and the healthful Ia.o blossb eh passing he'u,. Th so6d Utme and its cheerful pmIs'eos Of Ilh reward for labor have bon gtvoi, With Iisolous fruite, and llowers, like con1 mers filled \Vith Lte sweet breath 'of Ileaven. E"ven now, while wrapped in royal drape ILfeless upon her bier the 8unmmer hlies, The hills, as if tinoonscious of hos fite, Still wear their rich green dyou. so quietly slie left us, and so fair The blusliing blossoms looked that last she kissed, We ilid not deeni that Anywliel o1i ehrth So soon sho vould bo tuissed. But now I lie sunlfght falls with pailor bennis, And sadder lo-k3 iupoh 1lie teteer grass, And winds, al, ine! th'o plailive, w6mdoi' iug winds, ('hant <irgos ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 18 November 1868

Ii t1 -:- xv I & 4', Aamly. Paper Devoted to SlencO Art Inquiry Industry and L,iterature. [Terr'-i-*l.OO per Annum In Adv&nce VOL 11.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 18,1868. [NO.22 ,. THE TAj1PIELD HIRALD . 8 PtUDTSUND WICKLY BY DESPORTI|S WILLIAMS & CO. 7ern.-Tu4 ITNA&P Is vub 14hied Week ly In the Toosi of Winnebor, at 63.00 in. freably in adwan f WaA atrae advertisements to be Obitutory Nqt1ses and TrIbite $1.00 per square. HONOR TO OUR WOUMN, Whom shall we call our hoes To whom our praises sin ' 10 . 44 child of rins.e Tb 9dArd4orgEi I hs~ood. tor.o thHe. ~he4m16 to o466 wOrkioh 1*i 00 ISwr 9 O h a fnoateM of the soitl I Ai .a e paeeb dont t Who oreates for the r1h aa . the e fepde;f his homC?' itP ,hextieng toiler Alt'i to hii then I The -tra wealth of the slAtult JEah hiilht d e A t AIther4liot ee - Seemedbounkie Ina sl*e i "thins Ub6tli 'Aftiill',h6rus" Zs%oke *i thestartled si, &hd 11 1 h nfkv r t tur4 Then-heor to our Workiies et. $T4Nti t...

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

THE FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday Morning, Nov. 18 1868. Desportes, W iiems& ofe ps S4f-Edv4atir' A few reflootiont upon the subject of self-edugatio' will not be - out of place In a odn ition of society, in which many. of our young men< and womon, having boon deprived of ez pootod advantages, must educate themselves or got-no educatiop atall. And for , their enotir'genient we would expres our belief, in starting, that. all ' truly educated people are nine-tontlhs self-educated. Individ ials differ not mtore in the advantages vouchsafed then by a benifioont Pro dence, than in tho will to make use of then advantageously. The ocean of circumstances is, in. places, hommed in by rocks and bound by shallown, and even where deepest, is swayed by strong currents and blown upon by conflicting wyinds, but the mariner who ,studios well the chart of duty, and fixes his oyo-steadily upon the star of truth, will avoid every shallow, os cape every rook, stem every tIdo, out ri...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 18 November 1868

Noeningg tor-'tmportance riias -transpired hinee the repork of. Baturday; ebnernifg. the impealhen, fu.0 alp.t Lieut. Gov. no Indicationsjf 4 aubne If the arms 1hro4n.f4%tato eg. Iy' n reoovored In goo or r -)4 ti.ep, ee iates A' Ju4ges of the Suprqmo .Couf& are hereit ititing notion of thq ircuit Courm War-mosf November 9. TheSupreme Lodge of the .Knights'o Nil delegates from New-'York, Penn . Niew Jersey, Delaware, AMar'itnd, Di . of Columbia, Virginia, L'ouisinK' hu -Nehreka--net this morning, Supreme Chancijltor Samuel Ilead, of New Jerso presidif- The order numbers'40,000 * New York... *1 " Naw YoiK, November 9. larmion. frotq SavauWl. nhar .Scotland light ship. outtin'j"tWMhrhlon'-,below the Water lino.cThes Meade- ibought off the passepgorg and part of the oroew of1thwMars. iniono,but,tho Meade ran on.ersey Fialt to breyohtseifking. The Loika)yanuti gate the: 31armilon assisttne9A The, Marmion. Mink to.kr, 4e9ks,jcpe;ptyi ssistance. BurrALo., Novemb6i 0 Bi I A -o'0MYPbrat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 18 November 1868

ALL THINGS? AWAY. lVwandere bor, uay The songs o arblin', e0 6 ous and I6 ca a6ty, Holding a dew drop, with i'la Might cup, i seeni'd in the beautiful language of flow ers, To say that -flourish , snshifte and showers, But the winter will come with its soptr bt gloom, To wither m' 1eives add '5atter my bloore. I oatno to a daisy close down at my feet, Still it was beautiful, still It was sweet, 1 1Ipt alas, the destroyer had touched it,~ De cay Showed that its beauty was; passing away. I turned to the reso, with its beautifli hues, As it. glittered in sunthine-sparkilug with, dues, One leaf hd fallon, that leaf seemed to say, Like the rest of the lowers, I'm pasuing away. The woods all around ine, with music was ringing The birds, and the brooks, all nature was singing, -What. was their song? What did they sayl Be happy to-day, we are passiog away. Vo, like all nature, that flourish aud bloom, Are pasain; away, but not to th' tomb, Why not %'Urappy, U0 ppy :A'y. To a fair i'1ihler w...

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. — 25 November 1868

M "M1 A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry,inutyad trtreT d -$ 0 erA um IAva e V0WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING,NVME2 18[N.2 Ii UI T JiJJL2- -.. . 7 rf T l - - .. - PIRFTIA.YWILLI1Ay & UO. bKwnu-.-'l'uI ltHn;AL -is publih'e,l Week. JilAfW Alltba1sn1tg aiv4ttisementi, to be 6bitnary lodces atluPriltles $1.00 per Square. 2 GOQIildI T, 6, sweet,. iy lovO, Ilie 1It is 111to 'ThPM"ikondes d'wn; lin a giie- b(al 4t'.kerO;aot. e 411 iC i and .wt. "Thoulq iFr.ft'oin i.t,io. uy lips repent A whispers 1 q b nigight; my sweet S 8is till b t Wer Ilh Io0m r sintm gitrdeik hfainOtlih-oor J lenn froti I tt y -dorkeid robtn Anl otaly ienr te. renninlg brteze At ove softly in the li'iC treoq. hotn 'ie.lni oe graious skles ,toi,on'P 14W -ilreninirig lies. j,auq or bggpdintg tn, her eyes.' hN i '14 i I t .o e i iih < fdi 'e. rVio r silen6lZ .ift s tionling tlet'hibr, pq i lo.eps, nmy %Xtispeareqd. pra yer In yi h t t he aight 'ororn - t i lilitIe, litislo d e'% lb a n W liM11im...

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

THE FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBIO, C. Wednesday Moralg, NoT. 28 1$604 d Desporte'0 *flis C r h-gving. - lohabod Crane, w.Ninfoer froM hiu s biographer's geo.ot,of bim, wotl4 be .4 prqnounocd by,most, pqople -to bave been an excellent school~-master. H4 flogged his pupils unmoreifilly, andi therefore, of iourto; ftst - havo tdd-ght themn well. Wen 'di~e ise eMe'r prising u-chin iol'itd decorum by whispering-aloud or goily whistling, fohtbod would sutunon him forth, be i'ore the assembled sohool,and elevat ing his guant and ungainly Aghre, and looking ovar his . projectiig nose, would solemnly admonish him of the berious consequences to whiol. auct criminal conduct would, If unoheaked, surely lotid, Collaring the culprit and holding him at armb' length, ho would tfn break a stout hlokory dr two upon him, and an be retired amarting and blubbering to his seat Ichubod would inform hihn, with a s3lf-satisfied nasal 1vang, that "ho would rcnember this floggIng to his latost day, and thank him f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 November 1868

Latest- by, Telegraph, Meeting of the Nokth Oarolina Logisla Sure-The 0ongraesional Delegation. BIALII1O, N. C., November 10. The General Assembly met to-day at noon with no 9p1oruLn lt the 89InAte. 1119 l0use, by.ilo"cuailygi of "everal new members, ailde'rialuRd 4 quorum, and ndjourned till to-morrow, when Governor Iolden will send in his Inessage. lion. A. 11. Jones (hepublieanl, or the itonntnin itriot, olaiis that lie lias boat en Duralim (Demoernt) for Congress. --* +_ 0 e -.- -- Death o a Merobant. BALTi3r, November 10. 'Poman Armakrong, or the fit, qr Arm atrongi Caloi & , Co., Is dead Itiud r.intly years. i Earthquak j in Now Jo-soy, Ncw.Yonic, Noveiir it Four di1.nat. uhoiks ot an enreliginko ifere fell 1 i nt'night. at Elizabelb 1. N. J., ft a quaiter pait 10 o,clock. The fotir shocks tontinued about twenty second.4 Cha4ir, tables. and other articles of furinittire, Swayed to and fro. News: Items, CHAn.L-sto-, Ncvonber 17. A/nstus E. Colien lins been appointed : b he ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 November 1868

di xyeilas thut are gone, an oldOirsIk I -- knew, - - - -. - -~ --- -. 1 WhVIier4qi "IfAbiNhiM14r I r! orper rpg A fiddle-bowtditl)bS?eael .%sf4k' Ulgf 1 A saddle bestb And it B Mar i Ir W f in y 10oings of y An'dit,h V ie bit uet e ?Lale v A pil6efill,tilss>dlul litttrdut-bok o M With a glarg i I n its shed; And a spider lI 00 A(114T wheel o'er a apokentny m *.it I to1 .t:J I%g) pahgeA pflO g n ate9 star d,tiairf ri Yes, th U &I ing It lifts its h 6 "' thliVaQ It iWd th. u iom ie o~ud ilt And the moottinWliko eirls In it lie. De.rpnuggr tlptrejivedwlth is kasfl%if flere wih9 aure shaawl as pIjjd'o th Ite!. pqFk,with, theIRo .p4dr 1 qf.iLs, a r al a kiyr e t.i'thd iI i A &iW4 Oiglies ti1luti its iit dioulathi For 1 rb'- pl' . 111w 6 t t1 je4' o it44f For hope when it perishes turns to a sP4, A )i d1 bb t A0,1ibodsdh'th 161,1WO I-i4-t And dren ttkp far things, Old,:AfMit wke fain t echoes make A biOVAR'A 4Springs. Ahi. p Sotowheri ' A owoodsanu6 -grenbaid ld4. f."doptir .'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 2 December 1868

*VO' Qh& httl 30.O- 11m 1d 4 41AA led l Pdt v Mm x br..namm,a ' A l mn n sd v l'- I.q (XGI-". n i j- A. 4 'J -1 b"4! OW AFM iI P p r,'Dev"Add lo ~Snod sf Aril.ing u ~ ,~ i 'ah ~~ ' ' L 3 . 0p~ &"?ri 3 % WNNSBORO, S. C WEDNESDA Y VD,~ 0 -'N utfa essiu Tykmt un p 5ld -arto. I - . -111u a re n f) ectei77 A spt p eZ keeph t A -Y Of-jaos depatringrapidsi - WI iblkt'oildV1 fai: 09g ttdin v ip.eo brigib 9 h WI- X y. or,P9Y1l , 06 AII-1inls dh bLkbil ts ' t-kr;gatedjz,If Hohis.c and.lguatuto dispinyed Th ifraxw, fiv 1 L ust. e paid, 8 ~o asndoiann ry. Vite# o te 1al WS'ro saio lyr uj i ilAAe tait bell 60low1 L6 W 'ihd a "ot sae; a'III piiomotn4e'dg y ItII Ilk I dnrke . ha b Wh6' 6011,116id e ili' hbn'a W41se p-iteono; nil your.pr6texis waivo,:e 1t O. j-tyAthe.PvinI.er c.heerfully. Ahi II w,iul4 yield tis Oleasure sweett. A~o ;hiJsgents n~oW io1no.gI, kr~ru i clear r e*PL A- - e .ge F ii io more,luu., ry ci p on o e r .o emll I (lil,a t I~ or,,t~ ~ ip('eJivh)fllli hose wh im th ar' c...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 2 December 1868
Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 2 December 1868
Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 2 December 1868

Ston ',wall Jaokson. Hi*'s A // l Pllroposl for i Night At t<: ii'th Boiie Knives-.The "ol(lit.i n.l d1('tion n-thw I bry".. tI ri ille ii, inth Sava n ill.rwi in 4 . . colm i to til. Ie..el of Mr. Pol t rIn! ; l; h orin in lll m111 o er of'stl" !wiwAl it J m ' propost'd nlight niatk III(Io ni tit! -'vdi-ral army winh Bowii! kiive s 4r ill I Anlto (( of, 1111d l l t..l10.l at i1 lueol1naiy Tho corrvs pondelit's sIstolne t. hovv r.vli, N* r i ie1i-illY f'rom I-ihnt o(if' M\ri Pil y 1 rd. :n14 hl a-tc milgirg' th. - whole Im-4 , r11. ' Iof'th 1 ninse tionl II.-. 1, ni ti]IV y a t I.- iliti l:m d11 colnsise*11 , with Ite 111(s Tlw, oven.-Ioll reforr'd io w,4 11111114wi . r1ri e 11f.te the hanloof 11'redrick"bnrl-g Vit. 1 I .I 1w I I l I l,4 Dvcv iber, 1414 itv do~~~ ~~ e<nla.ee, tho ilorl mrq b'auk of lite Ralipahl ol e4 Rivor, 11pon: th Pm"Usthmr side of' wh:1h V"lerichi btirg ws siu tie,:111 opli'll'-d fire up"ln tho IoWn Will one 1naein.d ail flot ia n plucos ofprdey A ):. )I....

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