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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 December 1868

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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. — 9 December 1868

THE FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBORO, S. C. Wodnesday Morning, Deo. 9, 1868. Desportes, Williams & Co., Props The Governor's Message, In to-day's issue we lay this documont before our readers. We will now briefly comment upon its contents. We were somewhat disappointed ni the tono and tenmer of th mossnge. Wo had been IeL to expect a conserva tivo production. The messago was actually irritating and inflammatory It passes over ofattors usually treated of at length in a message with alnot a mero tpontion ; but enters con amor into the details of violence by t/( oltizons of the State and other mattors distasteful to the Radical party. Why dwell upon the. death of Mar tin and Randolph, when the State is full of wurders, thofts and incendiary aots, committed by radical nogrocs 1 Why threaten the decent whites with a negro armed force ? Why repro. duco the lie of there being an airmod and uniformed Kt-Klux Klan irn South Carolina I We do not deny that for their protection mnd de/ence, th<...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 December 1868

Lt Ty"elgraph, Frqm Washington. IVA1111NTON, November 80. General Grant do arted Norhiwrd to. ork, Te a yar 7 flme Lyon's slike and a large quantity of Fren',hi elookv. This is the largest sciur'e over made In the United States, aggLrega#hig seventy the Moligent HMADQUARTERS ARXY or UNITD STATIS, WAsIItNGTOm, November 241lb. General . A. Scholield, Seeretary of War: r, c:t o man ders for the pilot year, These report give if full account of ih operations and services of the army for hlie year, and I refer to them for details. I would earntestly tenew tfy recommend-ition or last year, that tle control of the Indians be tratimrerred to the .var Departiment. I call spoalal attention to the reooinmendaiou of Gen., Sherman on the subject. ti has my earnest approval It is ' unnesmary that the arguments.in favol of the transfer should be restated. Tli 1"o ally it bqop T p goIApo qV1t # Vlyd todW onqi f1Iiho vre cont i nues. Ido not decii any general legislation for the reduction oft lie arm...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 December 1868

UOOD-BYE. 1 anuot lull My reilleps thoughts ike troubled streflrhs, They flow and ever moan. Therb seems A tone of sadness in the whispering trees, i nitrn,tired ech'o on-the twilight breeze, Saying, "Good-bye" The parting time Is post. 11e gave pie words of peace, A pastor's blessing, and tlo'fat'ewell k'ss. Although hio kind words brought me some relief. '- .ill, tIy heart was all too full of grief o say, "Good.bye." I know not why 4 i teuder sweetness, yet such power 0; .: -uaiing sa<dnesi' fling their shower Of t horns and roses from,the little word That, oftetest wilth'a weary sigh I heard The word, ' Good.bye," A double spoll It hears-to Hoothe the dreary hoaet With the sweet wish iniplied-to start Afresh the bubbling fountains of thloheatt's koon pain, Decause the parted may not moet again To speak "Good.bye." Not always thus These bitter partings. Borrow's night Must fade bef,re the downing light That scattere beams upon a heavenly shore. There shall earth's tired wandere...

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. — 16 December 1868

V. I -t -v #.I 1, vyil b 0~ Ail -i iyf n r. ene 6 3i! o enoedt '6 ndusrad t OW 11 INN'SBO"%RO,9 S C W E -wD-1 ESD L@7N I . .. t :.! 0 1Q6 toll ~~I~iiUi #f I il-- ", 0 ~i ad*~ c d THIP TM AIAELD HERALDI DP0~'Es, WIINAMS Ia (JO VdrM #.y-WTha HR I ublMIGA# , afddbly l*alva,ie. - All transient ad0iementh to be o 0P61in-Advanve. -1. .i -ObUgary Notiots and Tributes $1.00 per squae N.ti * t'on,iAgN O,Picayune.J *WHE#, oMtMika' IN LIFE IS ; WRONG. -rgar utvas i r4 figh over the scented stacks of hay, And the.41oin rows of grai,n,, The rqk p I-irili1g, while yet 4e snoy, "'The 10l01art of she rgolous day ri W i oh'joyb i ry ptuous etrain. But-whit reoks the girl in the o6dintty lann ti Of the larki 4e6 the-lairk's 41d hyton ? tc Since never again. tho' het IIN be lofg, al Frors her thirsty heart will the fount of o song - 9ush over her sweet lips' brim. took ut4t, look over, and far away, S Thl,earth, like a queen, wears g9d And troyal'banners RoM over the sky From grhy-dloud easslei, wide ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 16 December 1868

THE FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBORO, 8. U. Wednesday Morning, Dec. 16, 1868i r Daspartes, Williams & Co., Props a David Dickaon, o 1ancook County, 0 fa, b s-spai e eight hundred bales of oottnotn eight hundred acres of, of sqkoentifia Agrkoulture, and ,sho 14 I~~~ ~ ~ I .I I,Fj0,, 1 !4 .Z ,k .4i0 4 te here 0 ne't c atis d with any other r.nult sh'rt a. b416 from each aoro.planteAl.i. Nehrar hone; the tw6 8bs of li L Orosiw;ll, 'of St.lah ' p'd .Orangeburg, have.wado thirteen baes 0 of q,tton from sixteen. aores of land, and Ar. Connot of- the same Distriat, bg puttieighty busholB 'of ''cton seed .to, the aero as well .s Ileo stable a nanure. frOm nino stalls upon ton'. ares-of lan*d,and ploughing d, all in b broadcast' has talsed ieventy-yft4 bosh, ls fcorn oh r,bsd fodder I and pens,. Noy No. sade :ind, git,h- 4 out manure, woul,I not have yielded P more than six bushels to the aoo. It il %tould have taken over one hittidtid acres;l1'ndand fr nuToas, aind.eight tim6s the amountC o l'...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 16 December 1868

polw W( ITpl rA hb~.4. 4I A ,i -pt 04rible and Fat j 6I CoLUUnA# Monday, Dee. 14. m ThIg morning, about'2,6oldoke fire a4oeovered in Mr.. Jening's mvikkuirantv on TaylotW atteet, rear of toregg utHall tie,to tt.qt tth comsr glIjgated ti9 . pain buijding, nd is a few minutes the e'tire stric - M *he wrapped in fl'ie.. Th1 fire ibtnined such. headway .before tbq alos vba:giyeng'that the firetnen 'wce Apautble to save 'theitfnnse It but by always supo'thunian cIdttl -Pyegted'coiatiitilbation 'WA joIIos. Davis' splendid row of houses, adjacent-but,. m1o1inful Aq atgh# thb44%terrlblo4 aIds of life qud ,inbf--iA qqUad';from the IndepeAdont lAto Lonipa:;. assisted p . wral i t,e ! rogr ..of -. t4e ''burbing,i(building,. whe the Soith wall df;W Irn .-IlIx'ypieturo gallery ,fqllk completely Crushing the 'life out ,Ad.-of the men, and so'oOI(tglp 44,injuring aever 'P ors. h follwing ki.WIWt.Qf)asUdlties,. aKilled-D. A. CarrIngt6h;FrtsJr n qier. " Ap\*rely Wounded-F. 'B. -eok. banm-logibfokeuW...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 16 December 1868

T aehr 5 aore; The winds all kiss ibe bills; Tho uanboams kie, ohs U414 bud For the odor it, distills. The dew-drops kiss th rose at- morn, The moon-beams kiss the clouds at night ;j The stAr gems kiss the sea; While shadows dreamy soft, and light, Ara kiusid[.ddfdiJl.F The sephyrs kiss the budding pink That bloon,s on beauly's p And ruder blasts, though col and chill, Its ruby nectar sip. The'inat TUN,4Mh d o ow ers, The laughing, merry rills. Are kissng all from morn till e9e, And olouds still kiss the lills. Even heaven and earth do meet to kiss Through tears of,sparkling dew, in klering, then, catlhere be harm I I don't think so-do you? President's Messsga. *1ow- Citise.is of the Sfnate Uponl the assembling of Congress, it again becomes my duty to call your attention to the state of the Union, and to its continued disorganmxed condition, iotAor-Ateivertoua,laws-whiehaVe ben passed upoi the subject of reconstruc tion. It may be safely assumed as an ajioA-m) the;gl~ichhuh of Stati...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 23 December 1868

fl w asomea 'vbA vron -/ - 'IN , - . I 1 - tT T VOL.L 111I..N'~ ~ " .WNNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 23, 1868. (NQ'77 ...ku.a.L..;2 yL- - AIENEDHERrALD PO'ki,aN R.t, ESPORTES, W1LLM*AS.Vo -tV.4,1 1rH A ~ ~ lsub~d VcelS. ly,In tiha'T n of-Wnlbdra, nt93.00 in. r 411 tN:Q L aA r s ae'nis to be t ist'hiO4d - tQbityxry,NqL1ts : And Tribuigs $1.00 per u.\A. -p )nyxO1a[,COongreosr'. Do, b.*4, . 1 1 it wa .,igesq 4 th,at apoicy qho,uld be deyised .-biei w ,1('h d at b6 ig y tr fb '646 'to t.6 1eop1 would at .ouce bogidAto' hffolt a red uct,uifthe debt, andliif-peruisted in,- diph argo. , i.tfully,,w jR bith ad,qtisitg nuiibec qf ypars The .ertayy _of t'he 'Tr'iasury "foreth'fy -reco) impids legislMf ian4of tihls 6ha'radttega,~tul'jd ly-urgoA thattho lotgek-it is. dofeikd the l oro . di iu lt0m1 uot.beoo m11o, adi - contplisynent41. Wg ghgIul,d follow.th,e wiSo precident.3 estabh in 7 and 1816, and without further 'iefdf make provisions for tlj p,yy.jt . outr oliH.gd1ops at as u...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 23 December 1868

The agit isitiot of AlaakL wn 'w b I tho view of ex-en-ling niti ,mal juri.dic. iion ani repithli -Ati jriicipos in the Anerican I Itwisplie.he re. Bv laving thintl a further step siaid be made in the samnie direction, I I.tit year entere. into a tronty with the King of Dunmiark for the pireihau of the isliands of St. Thomas and St. John on the best te: mi then attiini. b lold i4stW l#nI T,01n4v gtf( are -A new eptn has been ontered into - thn T earging the tinie fixed for sin & rat flosion' If the original treaty. to annotiou the acquisition snud incorp?ra aion intoone, federttunion of lloe several ajOa op,I ie entq and s igashalr,m u~n i ti ip s eelyi'p it can . be done PVace. fatti. laWKM y, itud .withoilt any violation d1 fli'oa6I Jutioe, faith, and honor. Fbr eign p6inession Or cobtrol of t,esO'conatiu. niles hs heretofore Iditdered the growth and impAired thi ipfuonoe. of he Untqd hateiq -llronla rev9lutiop an aUNoly, Ihen, would be equilly injurions. t0s h one of thehi, w...

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. — 23 December 1868

Latest, by. Telegraph.. SASUI1-roxT, December 14. Congress will undoubtedly' adjourn from the 21st of-Doember to le oth 'of Janua. A bill was introduced in Congress to-day auithoriking the 'continui%doe of tihe fr.ed. men's hoapital fit Iehmond, Vicksiarg, New Orltsins.~ j %~ujW ly t" , Including thiasyu fo ne,re cvo t the~~ ~~ asla tl~J? ituO freedman and orphan children, till June next. Secretary McCulloch writes General foward that afredmen'ti hospital in New Orleans is needed, and-its re transfer to the Goen ent'. aravur ery if the hospit als In the hands of tie Sisters ~karity, re are three inches of ice on the Po. tomno The steamer I. I ivingston, rrnnm BaItIh4ore to Wafshinigton, has sunk In tle tivor. Her passengers, have arrived here StNesident has n minated 11. A. Omythe as S ter to lusasa, and Alex u.nder Cummningn,-14hiladelphis, as Con mitlioner of the lrterriat. evenue. Thl Ree9patruotion. 'mmmitte: 'heard tho Missistippi Edelekkiobi.66f 71iole action. Becretary Seward...

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. — 23 December 1868

pn7glna'.j] Ehrah 'for the 04rIet4aff Tree. Lt. 0 VAA&V( A : Now many of my~I~ know where 8. Nakol9. [a not sure I do wyne.-) ed by different nataWbuf WM 81-s ne is good 0 At, "- O told wre,was, tbaleTI Md'i he moon and. liept bightbpnifitbuxp&b V*Ak(at his pig 44ahq t. mg R9d 4 pak n1 lt thigy pidedItft, b r csild@8tt tAhr! 9iw i6 ov in 0 bdft.'r be eve 0 I lovqd to wath w6at was to we a big round r#4441049 *a4i' In ate . 4j g wt i C~~~5 h rL$jj $ale.I Old 8 o Will" 'hA La Ik un oadive as he will, lie has always, qyptk ytoe8 JUx,i(;le,)vaia as he trots alppg Sitgit the same old merry sovg, - CUrfalid is ooming, look oftia1W04 t 1t 1 bring for the # a till W6, Children,''I1 love!ya'*illf! Round your youth4irtd IJ l6ave a spell, C Wh&i61d ago come on, fd' think ai a A4figs" pleasant time a't't0e ,rgabt for the Christmashee,, . AskioWy time will pass to 'We,. T11'4 St. *Iok and th6:hritkaiter ee *WC 8 Rlta 8e,it6go mnaan, And old Yip#.wA U,,hondrqqS I40dt1.1th all thinks. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 13 January 1869

~~ 1 ~ -- - - -- - ~ - - - -- -s - -iy ;Denivoites# -NIliamrj& Co. tdpreor. Afamily Pap'er,. Devoted,,to, $plpnce, r lfi.q4ky, nd8yadLtetu.1Trs 43O prAium Z aV] ~ VOL. 11.]'WINNSBO0RO,_ .r EN DYUT~id,5RA 1,16.[O2 TIM 'FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUBLISIID WKKKI, Jty DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & 0 fras ..-Tnas IfaA, is publiMicol Week ly in tie Town of Winfisboro, at'30.0 ii VIrealy hn ideance. .&W All transient; advertisements to b, PAld itq. 0ance. ObitAary Notioes and Tributes $1.00 pei square. Selected Poetry. SUMMER IS GONE. Summer has go e with Its sunshine an shower, Its brightness hi ed with the withering flower ; But menory hashainted, with pencils o light, Its scenes in 110 heart Time never car %light. Though its boiut \ is fled as a star fror tie stream, When the dark, d411ng clouds hides its sil v-ry beatu; Like that star, wh4l Ihe cloud's past, agair it will conio Tet loved otCs wh4 miledi then, now selct in the tomb. Though its flnweri. ave faded, its lenflett And Amtumn I...

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. — 13 January 1869

TU IAIRFIED HtALD WINNSBOR0, S. C. Wednesday Morning,.Jan. 13, 1869. D asportes, Williams & Co., Props iisa vas cololjhot.to know tbat an odito,i4hasiiltanod the thoughts of cvew-Vingle intelligent-fellow-oroature, 1 g(eply, they~fWre, to the question p,tt u.ds-bf a friend, who road our lust,adirorial on I'Uigher Wagos,' we say, knog%ledge of the causes that.bring abtout higher wages,. would provant rpn from offering or accepting dis Advintageous conitracts; for no contract iS9yi14. (and a libbral mind will im. la'dlatOly assent) which isn'tfairfor bt4parti,. 'This is the first and im ioediato use that what we have writ tens'Andmay write, may be put to. S6ondly, thot ' knowledge would c,tee bVerybody at present to work c44prdudy, for,we. are all, cmployor qAd,coployoor on the road to wealth, if w' will-Only work intelligently and sfaddlj en, neither demanding nor of f!Vn too niuoh before the timo. t11 at wages will riso, upon the in troduction of Immigrants, Is as clear as dayli...

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. — 13 January 1869

Gus Holmes a Ws executed to. day, for the iturdor IS iatt,e Kin n June ft '1j $e 4 in aft Mn an0 and a good deal of ex I ement among netgc.d mt4 iV, t) II Pi n battr w folmo'n,6 bteshi,'n'med Denier. " iThe, the latter drow -hklf,if #h11thille frmier pulled out a pistol and( twred, instiif 9Pil Ing--oeb - SeV AS v nu&y 6 Un1oiflciab- e *n6ffroh FIaPioia he'w the electi ar lie TI d Te .niyvt h Vier g~ inOrraoW i k wo m "If'ds.:aiine 1i t ii1 Is tC y-nil Gen. StonemlAA WfidiWi ord.Ir to d yfaidb:Aitlity 11'06.46616 4,a(4 Sc1ngiy p od' N mirin.mwhe .Comn i i 'ing -il I1.1ijegtiy x4.qr . ing th,e court, af meer dq6ntifedu. Th6 rgi,h1Or (ssi.iiof tt:; *ishmtur Senite. :Thvlower Holustie, oranizod .t. celuWs ro-d tu Lien. (G . as IISM Aonpied te *S n. ke r's C)O.-U,Jy{ turo *j~ jdbll *eu~a nga.rqi g. it - oa k inx fi Ve. a0 .l. (Art. i 'a ir 0 JA qutoruntiot.11 10klitV 411. of Aile9 Logisla eturde. Tho prbli TrstKsuAlei u611i1 t'ed ,o tef. knnn d 184ehn aotll ol 9iiau"* P104.o61,1o th...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 13 January 1869

[roin (he Expreas.] Thou hast a $nt1e for-1idd;14tta a loving winning smile, A sparkling of tho0td_6ep bl4 eyqs -io In , noent, of guile ; And words from th etr,sr-.os 11 fIloft I and pleasantly,-. 3U% eomit- r ,Ft.t1. 9 ord has Etta, 'I oURiAtlof"bdaulyj hove nor wit, nor -race of form, S3 0ienn as uteasurr *Love, hloh I It tV nbirold, u6 .0recloup slone.,yet wil. lingly I'd part WilIMi All edalhtm.hr takit, . Love, oh, take tny truthful heart. US t ce it, 0 -8 I cannot shine as others Shine, ay hnds Mareers ugh- with til, l cannot,sput the inm9nd ring-too oft thIt.,: sorpent Al's colf 3ul,tUoroia thn overy flatto ing fop can ever I W or1adulJg ('s sake, be loyal, con. aLpslat,; .*tu. my staj :oq t,Mge of lfo "is hpmble ud obscure, An , hnVs aqiAnehly dignity above the to ilng..poor, But 0"..."010141 happy hours wo Tiat ,;%Qw lit Fwsion's hialls divites my N, a Inv, ind me. I 9O6uh tinselled trash that cling around thee in thy bloom; I loathe the syoophantie crowd that glory in hou...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 20 January 1869

hDesportaes, Wi mias & Co, Proprietors. A Family Paper, Devoted to Sciencei Art, Inquiry, Indus ry and Literat Advance VOL.W11.] INNSBORO, S. C., W-EDNESDAY MORNIANUAR 20, 186. [NO. 29 FAIRFIELD HERALD 18I I'll 111.1811 VO) WVK(KIY BtY J)ESPOirEN. WILLYA318 & CO. '/'erni.-Tnr ihALl is pbilplisheil. Week i i tihe rown or Winisbor-, it :.00 iln vqeeabIy il advaner. yAll transient advertisements . to be ivai in advance. Obituary Notice and Tributes $1.00 per squa re. THE GRECIAN BEND, Ir ~ n B.Y m IND .. A. vIrtl.1Y Let's have the old bend, anld Iot have nlow ; ' A Le a.'s Itave lie hell([ tiat our granil oililer,i knew -Over tlie washtul> ani over the cliirn. '1hat is (lie bend ihat, our daughters shni l learn. Let's have lie beld that onr grandmilodhel-6 kiiw ; Over tle oradle like good mnothers true; Over fihe lable, (flhe f3innily rouind.) IReading the (oud look 'ujid silellce pro Let's have tihe heild tt at Chiurch tiey (lid wear, y Bowiig them lowly in mneck, hun le pv...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 20 January 1869

THE FAIRFIED HERALD WINNIIORO, S. C. Wednesday Morning,Jan. 20, 1860, Desportos, Williams & Co., Props Higher Wages and Our Merchants. Somewhat higher wages are already being offered to laborers by our farm era, and we only hope that tolerable crops at tolerable prices will enable them to pay them next winter, with out repenting of their bargain. For instance, about cighty dollars is be. ing offered for a ploughman, which is at least twenty dollars mnore than last year. A third of the orop, but with fifty poundsof meat, is another con tract in general favor, which is also better, all things considered, tian last year, for the crop promises to prove more valuable than it did at the samo season lastyear. Let the freed man but work steadily, and even bet tor terms may be nado by him for 1870, and no one be a loser by them. If he would work more skilfully, that is, give as hearty attention to th3 making of manure and to the prepa rat-ion oC 'lhe soil, as to plonghing and hooing the ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 20 January 1869

Latest by Telegraph. Oongreosional, NBPEAL Or TUE TENUR-r-orrIi DILL I TUE lOUS. VAIINxOToN, January 11. Hotsa.-The bill repealing the tenuro-ol offioo bill was taken up. Mr. Wilson declared that the Judiolar Committee favored it. Tho previous queellon was ordered, an the bill passed-ayes, 110; noes, 47. WasuNOToN, January 11. A memorial was presented from Unlo men in Georgia representing that life an proporty are Inaecure in the rural district in that State; also a protest or the mliia delphia loard of Trade agninst the furthe extonsion of the bankrupa law 'he credentials of entai-:r Miller, c Oo'orgia, were presented by %1r. Trumilunl and referred to the Judiciary Conittee The Sue AMurphy claim was rceumed, an * Mr. Fowler spoke favorably and .\tr. Col udversely to it SIr. Kellogg introdced a bill creat in ihe collection district of Teclhc, Li. ; al o bill conlirinitg a charter granted by ti Louisiaua Legislature for connecting th A1ississippi river with Lake Blorgne. llouns.-Atio...

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. — 20 January 1869

The Lezislature, Tw'NTY-FIFTil DAY'd PRUcV.EDIN0. SEU N ATE. Thu SenItn asseIibled aIt 12 M., and was called to uider by the 'residenfiro tciit. rI'ho House sent to the Senate a bill to esta'lishi a State (rphan Asyluni, which received its first fendirng, was ordered for consideration to.morrow. Wright, from the Committeeil on Lthe Jadiciary, to whVth Was rW'efrd a bhllI to provide for the collection of capiita. tion taxes, reported back the same, with a recouitliendationi that, ad all accounts fur arreng'uf taxes will be tiuned over at, an eafly day to the County Treait ers for collection, the 'b341 be laid updh the table. 'Ordered for cutsideration to. morrowv. J illson, Fr(in the Coiilituee oil 1 gro)ssed Bills, Wported as dil and cor. retly engrossed, aid re-ily for a third reading. the filolving : A Vll to punih shoriffs and o'thier 4oeers 'fUr violating the homestead ; a bill relativo to sales of property under the di crees of- courts ol eqlity and circuit coirti. Tho bills re...

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