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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 20 January 1869

TH.E FAIRFIELD HERALD. S UPP L E MIENT. PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY---CAPITAL, $1,000,000. *. - ~ JOHN S. RtEESE A CO.,_General Agents, BA~aTIlYIRE. J. N. ROBSON, Agent for South Carolina, CHARLESTON. NOTIf C.E To Consumers of Soluble Pacific Guano. The high character attained by this Guano for superior excellence has, it appears, instigated the appropriation of 6 same name to articles of little or no real value, which, we are credibly in formed, are freely offered in New York and other markets with assurances of genuineness. Hence it becomes neces oary, both for the protection of con sumers and the Pacific Guano Co., to call attention to the fact, in order that proper caution may bo observed. The only guarantee the purchaser can haye is that afforded by the name of the Company's general agents stencilled on the packages, and buyers are advised that 'unless the name of JNO. S. REEiE & Co., GENL. AGENTS, BALTIMORE, is found -4enoilled on the bags, the Guano is ficti tiouand not ge'nine...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 20 January 1869

THE PACIFIC GUANO CO. CAPITAL, $1,000,000. Its Produiets and Trade; Its Relations to Agriculture; Its Interests, Pol. ley, Character, and Claims to Public Coaildence. It is pi admitted fact that a concentrated commercial fertilizer, of real excellence, is an essential adjunct to successful farming in the Southern and Middle States. It will b admitted, that with the crude ole ments of fortility afforded' by Nature, it is within the scopO of human ability, aided by capital, enteriprise and science, to furnish a con centratcd commercial ft-rtilizer qf real excel ence. It is of the highest importaneo that suh a fertilizer should be furnished at the lowest possible cost, in order that the outlay required may not preclude its genetal and liberal appli cation. It is also necessary to the general usc of such an article, that the character, responsi bility and facilities of the producers should be such as to afford a reasonable guarantee. that the fertilizer brought into market may be relied...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 20 January 1869

GUANO PREPARED FOR USE COMrARED WITH Guano as Found on Islands. In tho wise economy of Providence, ther has been aggregated oil various islands of the PacIfic and At antic Occans, large natural deposits of Guano. Witlh the exception of the Peruvian Islands, those deposits are all of the same general character as to coniositioii, but ditter iterially in ridchness, physial structuro and condiion. Thoy may be classified as earthy, pe'tritied and inineral. It is doubtful if the latter classes are properly called Guano. Tho value of these deposits conilsts solely, as is well known, in the phosphorio acid they contain, which always neeessariy erists in the forimof the in soluble neutral photphate of limo, or In some other in soluble conhitatlon. It could not, in the nature of things, e"A in the Guano as found on the islands, In soLu!>.e formy. Ience, 4. is true that no uatno, as imported from the islands, can contain slde.'do p/w.phates. Now, it is a knownfact that thero is no comparls...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 20 January 1869

ATLANTA, UA., Dce. 10th, 180. Aes.yrs. Adair f-ru.: Gonts-1 hoiughbt of you last spring one ton Soluble Pacifde (uano, 111111 1tpt onl cotton. It canic fblly up to my expectatloiis, and I cheerfully recommend It to platter as i proltable fertilizer for cotton. M. G. DOBDINS. From SOUTH CAROLINA. EqUAIrTY, B. C., October, 1868. R. . Robson, Rtq.: kar Yir:-ielow find replies to your enquirles, as to the kind of Imaure used by me, and how much, and to what crop applied, &c ., &c. I used a mixture of solible Pacific and 11 i hosplate on a rather sandy soil, on cotton, a)pplying it at the rate of About 200 lbs. to the acre, about the 1st of April, puttiug It In the drill and bedding on It as we o with barn yard miCauure. We lind te early part of the season wet, anti afterwards a drought of about fi've weeks, commencing about itl .1uly. Its appli. cation has doubled the crop, and'I believe, that 1:nd I applied double the quantity it would have pahi in proportion. Yours, &c., W...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 27 January 1869

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors,] A Family Paper, Devoted to Scieflcd, Ait, Inquiry, Industry and Literature, VOL. 11.1 WINNSBORO S. Cl WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1869. [NO.30 TilE FAIRFIELD HERALI) IS PUtBI.SIlxD WIEMLY ity hESPORT.S; WILLIAMS & U0. firm..-Tu: IPlALo is pblislhetI Week in the Toiwn of- Winnsbore, at 83;00 ia tareably is advance. WiF All transient advertisentts to be laid in advance. . Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per kquare. LOVE LIGHTENS .uAB0-). A good wife rose from her bed one morn, And t hought, %ith a nervouts dread, br lite piles of clothes to be washed, and niore Than a dozen mouths to be fed. - het-'s the nicals to get for the men in tie I field, A fid le children to fix away To school, and lite milk to be skimmed and churned ; And all to be done that day. It hadi rained inl the niglei, and all lihe wood , Was wet. as it could be; There were piding-s and pies to bake, be side A loaf of cake for tea. And the day was hot, and her ac...

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. — 27 January 1869

THE FAIRFIED HER ALD WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday Morning, An. 27, 1869. D)pr s, Williamsiu; & Ca., Props Invest, and Don't Hoard,-It is Folly. Thousands of dollars, which could be most usefully employed, aro oow lying idle i the South. The want of confidence in the futura of tle coun try, considered politically and social ly, has a great dcal to do with this State of things, but want of informa tion uponi politicl economy and the principles of finance has much more. Now we kn)w how absurd it is to hope to exhibit, to the comprelhcnsion of the Agricultural class-, the truth on this subject, (one of the most diflicult in tihe world) and we beliove that the only remedy is time dissipat ing fool ish fears. The lorsses sustrined by the Southern people, through the Con federate cur renlcy, are too rcevnt, and too feelingly remembered, for thenm to put. faith in flinanciers or in Govern. nIITst paper, and are the argument by which they will a nmswer any :appeal to them to buy U. S. seen...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 27 January 1869

Latest by Telegraph, From Washington, W AsHINUToN, Jan. 19. The Virginia Connnttee, by resoli tion, have postpolned the Ricimond con. vention from tihe 10th of Febriuary to the 17th of March-fearing Congress Would not act, in sensonn to allow the I)oplo to consider tie proposition anid select. delegates as early as the dlay heretofore designnated. The Connittee renain in f ll1 seRsion during the present week. Yesterday's interview with GOant. leads the Vieginians to consider GMnt na Ih m 1oi a vuable hi6end of I he illovelninnnt in Washingtkl. The I ississippi( Conmii Ive visited Griimn. to dy, mllging him 1- tl is li,; nid for immntnn lian e :ndmnission. (la r ne pliei.Id Ithant. Ite R--0 t. rnICI wiln Qm.n11n; iI - tee lin'l pIn.and i bl' in -ctr'nunICe with Itheir views, aind vxpvresse,;cd theIn 1nom tInc t. thesne incea'str.-s i wuiI be. st iled before ite connnne'ncenutni l oflh lidntnistra Iion. The ectnmi -te fnomnn tine colored qRatooniti convention enlhed on Grnni who, nepl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 27 January 1869

ALONE. (This sail, sweet poon is old, but it will I boar many readings. 'T was utidnigitt, and he Fat alone, 'he husband of the de:..t That day th< daik dust had been thrown Upon her bill jed head. iler orphau'd children round him slept, But in their slcep would Inoanli ; Then fell the first, tenra he had. wept le relt h was dione. Tho world was full of life and light, But ah, no more for himi ! ils little world, oncwwarmn and bright It now was cold anti dim. Where was her sweet abit kindly fice ? Whero was her cordial tone 1 lie gazed around his dwelling-place, And felt he was alone. The wifoly love -matermil care The self denying zeel The smile of hope that ehased despair, And promised f'uturc weal, The clean, bright hearn h-niec tablospreaid, 'I'ho charmn o'er all things thrown The sweetness in whal o'er she said All gone-lie was alene! He looked into his cold wild heanH All sat and unresigned ; Ile asked how ho had done lib part To one so true-so kinl ? Each error past lie tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 February 1869

a- PM . .. .. _.L er VOL. 11.] ~ *I~ *... WNNSBO0RO, S. C., WEDNIESDAY MORNING ERAY316.[O3 - THE FAIRFIELD XERALD 18 .PIDLISIIED WEEKLY BY IESPORTES. WILLIAMS & (O 4Termis.-Tnh HRKtALD is published Week Jy in the Town of Winnsboro, at 63.00 in My in advance. All transient' advertisemonts to b paid in advance.. , Obitygry, N9tices and Tributes $1.00 pe snquare. -f From the Banner of the South. 'THE PROSTRATE SOUTH TO TH) RADICAL NORTH. BY PAUL U. HAYNEC. 'Mid the tumult, the hurry. the mfiadness Of the strifes that convulse you to-dayL Midthe echoes of frantidal gladholass. That. the Bvs is still higher o'er the GaAY-, Are ye deaf to the tempest which sunders . The last ties that bind us to faith, Aro deaf to the roll of the'thunders " 'Forruahning the blackness of death ? 'Tis true that they-bear but a distant Faint menace from lands of despair; Where the Spirit once proudly resistant, liath sighed its last gasp on the air; Bpt a. F4to mutters low i1 that garning, And the South-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 February 1869

THE FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBO1O, S. C. Wednesday Morning, Feb. 3, 1869. D yportes, Williams & Co., Props 1 Gold for Cotton, With every word which we printed from the Augusta Constitutionalist lust wo.k against hoarding we most hearti ly agree, and so far as demanding gold for cotton has the tendency to encour age hoarding, we would utter nothing but censure against it. But other and deeper questions are involved, and we think it not imnprobable that by the fall of 1870, unless there be an u l3xpected change in the management of our national finances, all the cotton plnters of the entire South will. have followed the example of the cotton. planters of Texas in demanding gold, and not greenbacks, in exchungo for their cotton. 1. The Southern States will not be truly represented in Congress during the next four years. The ilifluenice they will exort on the government, then, seems to depend exclusively up on the skill of our planters in escap ing from the indebtedness under which they...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 February 1869

Latest by Telegraph. 1romWashington, WASHINGTON, January 20. the S~uato, the Finance Cowinittet io ed back a bill to ro organise. the Treastiry Department, with a report that n< bill could be matured to meet the various -5ilsWrparar ipg, gt" aiv pvle or th, Gosi Meht.isit " z[jiu emiz passed, raisitb a special Joint Committes of three from the Senate an&d five from the 1House, to wiiol the . whole a-atter was roferted. A bill incorporating tIho. fouthernEipress Com, panyiwas introduaced. Tho Paciio Central Raili-odd Branch was 'esuiued, Kellogg introduced a bill for a railroad and telo. graph from New Orleans to the lio (rando, in the direotion of.Us t Blas, ot the Pacif.c and b%anch lines, and guarantees interest on the company's bjnds for thirty years, fot' $26,000 per mile and a grant of eight sotions of land per milo, to be selected from Touisiana, 'Texas, Missis'dppi, Arkan, sas, Alabama, Georgia aqd Florida; and latidless laborers on the road.shall have forty acres at $...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 February 1869

"ONLY A WOMAN'S HAIR," After Swift,'s death there was fountid in .is writing desk a tross of Stella'u hair. On the paper onolosing it there was written "July a Woman's Ilair." "Only a woman's hair ?" A seal, a sign, Norving the knightly arm In Palestine. "Only r woman's hair ?" Beside their lore Pale students lay the pledge, And strive the more. "Only a woman's hair ?" Old mon depart, Fumbling one little tress Hold to the heart. "Only a woman's hair ?" Gage of fond trust, Buried with stalwart foi m, OUrunbling to dust. "Only a woman's hair?" Was this a gibe-. A bitter sneer? If so, Shane on the scribe! "Only a woman's hair 1" vas this a si&h Borne on tho midnight surge Of memory ? "Only a woman's hair ?" Lo 1 there be times When wailing musio clings To uwookiug rhymes. - "Only a woman's hair 1" Strango it appeard That ho should nurse a jest go many yearn. "Only a woman's hair ?" Dead Stella's hair: If she had meant a jest, Why all that oare ? "Only a woman's hair ?" True-naught ...

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. — 10 February 1869

Deportes, Williame & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to. Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literatu .1 n n VOL. 11.1 WINNSBORO, S. Co, WEDNESDAy MOINN,FB~A~ 0 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS 1'tUInt8tSKD WxEKL.Y It DESPORTFS1. WILLIAMS & CO. Ter,ns.-Tus IUSRALD is published Week ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at 83.O0.in- 4 Sareanly in adivance. &ll transient advertisements- to be paid in advanoe. 94 Obituary Notiees and Tributes $1.00 per square. ROOK ME TO SLEEP Backward, turn backward, oh Time in your flight, Make me a child, just for to-night I Mother, come back from the echoles shore, C Take me again to your heart, as of yos ; Kiss from my forehead the furrows of care, a Smooth the few silver threads of my hair; Over my tlumbfrs your loving watoh keep Rook me to sleep, mother-rook 'ne to sleep! [ .Backward, flow backward. oh tide of years ! I am so weary of toils and of tears Toils without reonmpense-tears all in vain Take bhem, and givo me my childhood again! 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. — 10 February 1869

THE FAIRFIED HERALD f WINNSI3ORO, S. C. t Wednesday Morning, Feb. 10, 1800, Dosportes, Williams & Co., Props Immigration Atin, and "That Commit tee. We believe that the Immigration Committee, who suggested, through this paper, a plan of operation, but nover called a meeting to report, and i over oven roconimonded the election , i officers, the Committee of which -bawnoe Creek" and "True Recon struotionist" were members, are re sponsible for bakoaening the chances of immigration in this District. With faint hearts, because they were, like ll Southerners, unaccustomed to bu sinosss combinations on principles of simplo common sense, and because simple common sense, both in doing and forbearing to do has not been the rulo in the South or in this District, they allowed the movement to ool lapse. One member of that commit tee, it is true, desired to canvass the planters, and engage, as an individual enterprise, to delivor, at Wissnsboro Depot, immigrants to them, at. the cost of impor...

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. — 10 February 1869

Latest by Telegraph, Fromn Washington. WASHINGTON, February 1. Seward authorizes Minister Morris, a Constantinople, to offer the mediatiot of the United States - between Turkey and Greece. In the House, a resolution was offer ed, directing the Secretary of the Navy to withhold bonds from beneficiary rail road., st.Qlicient to secure tho construe tion of first-class roads. The Secretar of. Wrir was interrogated as to whethei any District Commander has turnetc over to civil anthority for trial or piin, iahment, any person tri"d and convictec by military tribunals. Pensions wt-re consi<lerel, I-iti at antendment that nn w%idow lbv her mar. riage shall forfeit her pensiun. A uite.s sagu was received from .the Presil-it covering the c:orraspond.'nro re-garelinl lyenians imprisoned by England. Rtobii son said saii he would kick an v mat into the middle of next week, wlho. talk e"d abotit a tre-aty with Eigland u1nitl it( imprisoned Ainericans were li-erat-d The correspotndetce was refe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 February 1869

DREAMING. TO W -. - Dreaming! yes I'm sweetly dreaming As fond thought the past recalls While behind the western hill-tops, Tromblingly the daylight. falls. Dro anmiig of the blissfnl hour, T hy blue eyes first on tne beamed, Of their puto unearth.-like powor borrow'd lights from hleavon they seom'd. Dreaming how in childish wonder, Thy soul's depths my gnzo explored how I found it, full of treastues, Which my guileless heart adored. How nround them, played forever, Like twin spirits fron above, Trut h--unwavering-fair as ever Lluk'd with purity amnd love. Ay, heneath the silken fringes Of thy jowel'd eyes--it. seented Deep within thy soul enthron'd Naught, but love and beauty glenhied, Theirs, the po-.ver that lent the witchery To thy every whisper'd tone, Theirs, the loneliness, which gently From two eyes of beauty shone. LOVE SONG. IDC t'IIAJa.S swAiN. I wish my lovo was some fair stream, Soft singing ihrough her woodland way, Au'l I smine siar,,whose loving beam Might in her bos...

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. — 17 February 1869

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. LTerms--$3.00 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. .] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 17, 1869. [NO. 33 'THEr, FAIRFIELD HERALD is PUiei,taD -i wRCKI.f BY DiSPORTES. WILLIAMS & UO. Terms.-Tis lin.IAL is publishedl Week ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at 93.00 in vareably in advance. y"' All transient advertisements to be pIaid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per aquare. Selected Poetry. HAVE NO MOTHER NOW. OD! vow I have no mother, For Death has called laer hence, lins cast his sombre mantle Around her cherished form. lie came with hasty footstep And entered still our door, Then whispered to my mother, That God had called her home; Oh I when I saw her loved form Lie in the silent tor.ib, My sad heart came nigh breaking I have no mother now ! The gentle breeze still murmurs, The sky above is fair, And flowers as sweet as ever, Threw perfume on ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 February 1869

THF FAIRFIED HERALD WINNS1101O, S. U. \.ednoaday Mdornmng, Fob. 17, 1869, Diesp:)".v;, W1lliamns & Co., I''op - Tho Cost of a Fairfield Ootton l'actory. The establishment. of a Cotton Fac tory is tho plan for encoura"aging im migration which especially ionulilcnue. itself to one of our citizens of sieriing vorth1, but of retiring calraeter, and doubtless, if operated by Vorkinen from the North, they would spread infor mation that would bring their nanmeetions and acqnairntances here in search o l'!ortuno. i e understand that, we have in our disrict more than one splendid site (or a Coittou or anly ote uaaufactory. 'iTh cost of one way, therefore,. interest those, who 'havig sonic money, iway desire to form a 0conpaay and coln :eno to inaannfactur"e the Kfinq For their in. form+ttion wo pubdish the following est i:nate from the Augusta ('hrnich" <f:&tnln(/. A N orthern machinist. gives the following estimitte cf tith pmlinI eost of tho machinery neded for a cot ton factory...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 February 1869

Latest by Telegraph, Traoign Nfews. UO'i Nw..AxA February 11. The isuirgents cut the telegraph be. Sweei Sagna h; Grande and Villa Clnrn. The citizens of Villa Clara have heent imlressed into the military service. Qtte"stn hn d seven regiments well armed'; he hail much mo ney but. lacked artillery. 'lIte isutrgents have applenred in the Jrilion of Gnine seven jengnes from Sargta le Grtde. ThvANnt .. L'ebru ary 1:3. .ulce', prcl ntuntin says ; Wherena, the mnsurgets i'ar"' (rt'i'ed to avatil tllem. sel ves of thlte oll',.r-.,I clemt ncy, tt nti otl cr, :ir' cont imnu lly jt imi. g ' I t i , fli. ntnesl.Y is wilh.lr:awn :ntal cent-or:hip over 11h-1 press re-e":1ablishedi. P'-rsonts vt' i img thet pre-si htwy n:td politienl prisonm1rs wtli hI ianttar bt tried by c. trt ua itnl. From Washington. WNSttsa"rNoTN, Febntiary 9. The llouse, ofter an itneffectual effort. to include Loaisiana, passel the Senate cou. ourrut, re<tolt tnn, tanl it dlues not. rei'iti e 11h e Pres,letI's-igntuttu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 February 1869

MY LOVERS TWAIN. My lovers twain-my lovers twain, I pray you let me be I To wed you both I would be fain, Only that Inay not be. One love' i 1 like musics weet, That steals my hcart away, Antd one is like the trutpot blast Which calls me to the fray. Oneis f ente,conrteouls mindl, To low and high degree And one Is stern and harsI of mood, A nd melteth but to nme. One is mti strangely loveslble, 'Tihat but to touch his hand Do women kneel-before the one Do nica uncovered stand. And it' I this one do not wed, Ito never wife will seek : And if that one I du not wed, lie sorroweth a week. My l.vers Iwain- ny lov,'rs twain, Ye sIull have let Inc he ; I love the one with all mny heart Thie other loveth nie. WOMAN'S SPHERE, By MISS ?IUi.OCK. Botter to love than to be loved Better to servo. nn:t serving guide, r'han wait, with idle oars inproved, And ti.rpping sail b.y each brenii m-'vcr, The turniig of life's solemn tide. Live, wt!<, Ftud love ; as leaven assign, For Iiit-aven, or mnua,...

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