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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 31 March 1869

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, :Inquiry, Industry and Literaturel[em--3O erAnm nAvne VOL 11.] ____WINNSBORO, S. C., WE~DNISDAY MORNING,MRH3,16.[O3 1'HIE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUiiISIIM WEEKKLY BY LESPORTES. WILLIAMS & CO. Ternts.---Tur 1lenAr.n is pub)ished Week ly in the Town of Wiunshorj, at 83.09 in vatreably in advance. jai All transient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. IN BL080M-TIME. It's 0 my heart, my heart I To be out in the tun and sing; To sing and shout in the fields a bout, In the balm and the blossoming. Sing loud, 0 bird in the tree I O bird, sing loud in the sky And honey-bees blaoken the clover.beds There are noie of you as glad as 1. The leaves laugh low in tie wind, Laugh low with the wind at play ; And the odorous call of the flowers all Entices nmy soul away. For 0 but the world is fair, is fair, And 0 but the world is sweet.I I will out in the gold of t...

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. — 31 March 1869

C FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSllORO, S. C. 3dnesday Morning. March 31, 1809. ,portes, Williams & Co., Props . InLelligenoe not Brato Foroe, "he Mobile Tribune advocates the portation of Chiiamon, and Gene d Forrost the importation of Afri 4ns as freed men, to supply the South ith labor. But the tendency of either .uoasuro would be to degrade our so ,.al condition and weaken our politi ,l power. What the South needs is itolligenco, more oven than numbers, :iougst her laboring population. We have ever- accompanied our advocacy of immigration from Europe and the North by sa3ing that we needed, not largo and woithless population, but .4hillod laborers." There is a class .: people both in Europe and the .orthern States, that would prove to .. only an additional burden. Lot i not, then, import barbarians, but eiluo.to ourselves, educate our labor 2r, and encourage self-supporting and :':illfui worling men to come and set tio in our midst. We need none oth ars. L it our growth be slow, if nee...

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. — 31 March 1869

Latest by Telegraph, From Washington. ASiIINOTON, March 18. The Reconstruction Uommittee agreed to report Paine'a Mississippi bill, hero tofore outlined. The conservatives are confident of its defeat. The election Committee commences it hearing of the Loisiana contestants on Thursday, l. lowing thirty minutes to each. In the Stenttte. Anthony was elected President pro tem. The tenure of office bill was recommitted to the Judiciary COmmittee. 1amiilton and his party address the Rteon3truction Committee on Saturday, about Tvx,as. In the Semate, a bill anuthorizmng the Secretary of the Treasury to anticipatte the paymettt of interest on Siate debt of'I six montlis passed. Fl'rague introdtue sid a hill for laning puilic nonev. The Judiciary bill passed; it provides for nine Supreme Joelges; relieves them from circtil duty, and provides for resi dount Circuit Judges. In he lonse', a memorial was pre sented from the citizens of Kentucky, protestinur against the removal of pulii cal disabi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 31 March 1869

OUR AGED ONES. .Blessings on them, may they linger, 1 esting In a sttnny way ; May no -somt ro cloudlets hasten Their release from life's blest day, Through the loug, oft toilsonse journey Heat and burden they have borne o EtrnestIy they watch the shadow, Proludo of the coming morn. Kindly, gently smooth their pathway Let no thoughtless word give pain I Treasure up their loving counsel, Words of wisdotu thou ntay'st gala: Words thou wilt do well to ponder, Ere the counsellor has fled ; Let the uged ,,ne' rich blessing, Brightly rest upon thy head. They have suffered for the Master. He hath treasured up each fear ; They .hall reap a golden harvest, Frultage of the sowing here. Blessings on them-they are blessings, While they linger here below ; Cherish them with loving kindness, Ere they frotm our sight shall go. Earth is better, while they linger, With their holy faith and prayer ; lenvtn wili be one gem the richer, For each ono it welcomes there. Blessings on themn-they are blessin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 7 April 1869

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inqiry, Industry and Literature, [Terms---$300 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. 11. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 7,1869. [NO.40 FAIRFIELD HERALD Is 1'Uni,IS111D:n VI:KL.Y nY DESPORTES. 'WILLIAMS & C Terms.-'ul; IIF:a.,n is publishe<d Wee ly in the Town of Wiinnshoro, at 63.00 varcably in adancer. JJ Ati transiont ndvertisemenls to paid in advance. Obi:uary Notices and Tributes $1.00 square. Ac.s Pass3e. by tho Last Legislature The following is the list of Ac passed at the present session : An Act accepting the donation lands to the State of South Caroli for Agricultural Colleges. An Act to rcr.ew the charter of t Camden independent Fire Engi Company. An Act to provide for the payme of the fee. of Sheriffs for dieting p< sons eonlined in jail. An Act to make appropriation f the payment of the per diem and n leago of the members of the Gene Asseni,ly, and the salaries of t subordin...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 7 April 1869

THE FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBORIO, S. V. Wednesday Morning, April 7, 1869. Despo"es, Williams & Co., Props Heads,.I.Win.; Tails, You Lose. For a Southerner to be provoked at GIant imbecility, is, too say the -est of- it, nnphilosophical. All Ntorldly good to him and his must come, not from Grant, or Congress, or capitalists, or the constitution as it wag or a it'is, or as.it shall be, but Irotu himself. His first duty Is to make his broad. His second, is to educate his children and the children of such as died for him. Let his seo iioit but become materially indepen dent, and political power is certain. Disgusted as lie may have been, at first, at the bray of the Yankee "ass In the lion's skui,".loathing another exhibition of his low cunning and ha. bit tal perfidity, he can soon curb his scorn, and look on upon the game of "Heads I win ; Tails, you lose" being played at Washington with refcrence to the South by our magnanimous and affectionate brethren, with cynical in difference ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 7 April 1869

Latest by Telegraph, Foroign Nows. to PAtIs, March 80. Oficers and privates, absent qa leave, are ordered to rejoin thor regiments by April 1st. HAVANA, March 30. di ";ueiie, of St. Domingo, forbids the organizations in aid of the Cuban re bellion. Ollicial accounts report marked Government successes. An in exohange of shoi between the patrols to and Cubans, in C ardIinas, re.ulted in by two Cubtnts killed, scveral wounded er and six captured. MAninu, April 1. The (o, te i.;ls voted a new luan.- - The consetilption o11 stilities C (lnltinl(lue re and new out-brel.k; are apprehended. af THAV.AN., A-lril I. u Two volunteer; convicted ot' exces es on hunday, has been sentended to exile and imprisonment. LoNncO, April 3. wi The Arley (ClI iery, in Laucashire, exploded to-day, killing tweuty-seven persons. 1laV.,a.1:pol:3. Thei( Pr"en,a says the Connuadalto- at tila, which ;la c11apit1un-d by I l' t'uba:(n'i. re(Ceivedl armll :1nd' :1111tlmi (iln ('(1 thel Jbhni1:- andl did not11 <-"t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 7 April 1869

TIIE VLLO3IPE, Th: 'Iw .:a 1, a Jewriptiup of the lat (>, %olovpil,eCi O !: I a, h:t. out 1 110 1 o 'i I, 1ishoi i re,itlir - sildlu ; It is built in snech sil:tpe I Il1 you don't iave to straddle, The tnin who propels it, 1'kev hlt,114 with his Ih nds Of IIw) pn- Ille1 bats, Anl on the ground siands; Puts his feet in mno(ion. One nfter he ot her, While the vehicle goes Without anv bother. This funny macliinn lins 1o painting or gilding; It is II 'Ful to ct111 Jlattcrtial for building shingles :und lhat inr, llric:c, IIine aint pla!tor And the lighter tihe lot41. It (Ill tr:vel the ftter. It, is hit Io'r Itan a llyeiele, At it iin'i narrow, An i ,il-' Wheel ueipeule. t a vill cill a iWheelbarrow Crant's Unfriendly Friends. The WaI.hington correspondcnt of tl, N.v York World writes: It. 111r 11p1pears that in the origina p in of thet ('t intt, Fessetden was tc hu''e 1-oo1 S,cretary of State ; bu wh2n that camlun to \Vashburne's eara he dist:lted tho sub'titutiont of him t;elf. Gra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 14 April 1869

ri P Desportes, Williams & Co. Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature -- VOL. 11.1 WINNSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY MORNIN,AR .L .. -e-i THE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS 1'Ut1ttDt'n WEKKI,Y AY DESPOITES. WILLIAMS & 00. Term.-Tim II FnALn is pubisbhoil Week ly its ti le Tow of Wiinnsboro, at. $3.00 in. Varew.y in at!""ne. f2 All transient adlvertisemnents to be paid in anivance. Obitary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per ',*square. "S 'WING HIS WILD OATS." ".-owing his wild oats"-aye I sowing thenl deep, In tihe heart of a mother to blossom in tears. And shadow with grief the decline of her years. '-Sowing his wild onts," to silver the head Of the sire who watched his first pulse Ihrob Witi joy, And whose voice went to lleaven in prayer for "the boy." "Sowing his wild oats," to spring up andi choke The flowers in the garden of a sister, whose love Is as plre and as bright as the blue sky above. "Sowing his wild ;oats." Aye! cheeks shall grow litl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 14 April 1869

IE FAIRFIED HLRALD WINNSBORO, 8. C. ' ansday Morning, April 14, 1869. ipils, Williams & Co., Props The Silent Ma We do not believe that silent men, c:lled, have over been the greatest i in the history of the world. . Oliver Crtmwell, who perhaps n1 all other human beongs, lps 'cd the ft:ctilty of keeping his own . and whose actions, therefore, - i:bly surprired the world. b,y ...ppinting its seclf-formled prejudi-I c,. was i ot a silent man, Ile talk,?d id sp~oke unich, and we can now see n:oapninig in the. verbiage of the man w orld Is styled a hpocrite. and w6ith r"spiect to 1hom, it has neV. vr been ale, by the minutes' research na:tngst pi!es of hostile criticisut and anunuciation, to detect the evidence single falbtiooid in his whole en rear. IIis fame will go down bright 'r every day as that of a true patriot, "'he Great Oliver." But the point w make is, he was not a silent tnan, hat a most todious talker. / Alhost overy other great man has hon u great in expression. Calho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 14 April 1869

:F FAIRFIED HLRALD WINNSBOP, 8. C. dnosday Morning, April 14, 1869. par ms, Williams & Co., Props The Silent Ma. . We do not believe that silent men, e:tled, ove ever been the greatest :vi in the history of the world. Olivor Cri mwell, who perhaps . ':3ioil all other htniann befis, p+os :-c11 the ft:ulty of keeping his own .uel ~and whose actions, therefore, " ;.iigh,ly surpria;ed the world, 1y p.. -.lpointing its self-formed prejudi-" e,> was i ot a sileit man. Ile talked .t,d sAoke initch, and we can now see 0n:aning in the verliage of the man t.e world ius styled a h pocrite. and . itl ispect to 1h l ', it has nev r ,entt lalo, lby the minutes! research mnHgst piles of hostile crtiticism and .: nunciation, to detect the evidence of single falsdliood in his ahole en rear. His fame will go down bright er every day as that of a true patriot, "the Great Oliver." But the point wa uiake is, he was not a silent mnan, L a ulost todious talker. I Almost every other great man has bo...

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. — 14 April 1869

t 1. _ .. _- - - - - it. Desportes, Williams & VOL. 11.] L T H IEt FAIRFIELD HERALD 1. 'unlnl.it.:n w.:1.:KI.y Y DESPORTES, WILLIAMS & GO 'rm.-T a l:aAr,n is publisher Week ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at 83.00 in varel/y in advance. ' VOy- All transient advertisements to bi ' paid in advailCo. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 pei Square. ANNIE'S VIOLETS. r I walked to.day in the ancient wood That tho brook meanders through, And I thought that again sweet Annie stooi On the bank where the violets grew. That again I gazedl in her clear blue eye, And held her hnid in mine; While the lIttle stre:uanli, murmuring by, Made melody divine. I thought that she culled from the bank at her feet, A bunch of the fairest there And once she kissed the violets sweet, As she bound them with her hair. But alas ! I dreant ; tIte old oaks sigh O'er the violets fresh and fair - reAWle . t.ropjulet siugs as it nass es by, the Comtnittre, this nortiog. I WAuINGTON, April 8. .. 'iThe xiousu rpte...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 14 April 1869

s } o. II n i. Ii L P. C (t r the Coettlnittee, this nornivg. [ WA8U1NGTONt April 8. The I1l,usu rpenttt Ihe moi uit:g hour et i noiptaal4 in ilbhauateving attempta h to reat S ,I,uoo L Hoge, the minority c:landid.te for the Third (ongresaionatil t I),rtiict. of South Carolina. Hogo ii was fiillv seatted. ina the bunate, Morton introduced a rese ltiuon proposing to inquire the adtptioti of the fifteecth eonsrtitution SI a mendi met by Virginia, M isieip p1i and Tea,s as a out dition precedent tao the ad'uislian of Rettpreeentativee fron tho..e St otes. The Reconotruction Comnmittee uunnimon.ly agreed to report a bill P ;autlurizin g the [retidettt to order * ele:ctions in Mist:irsippi, Virginia and Texas, and to rubmttit to spare votey - the objeetiual features iu their p ro pse,d .mubtitutiun. 1r. Sheidon, from Loniisiana, wns sworn in as Senatr, Geln P. B. M1. Youne, repr<-tactntiye from Georgia, informed a del'Ztti-m from that State to-day thant But."r' l Gueorgi;t hill woatil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 14 April 1869

Tr UE TO THE GRAY. BY Pl'AItt, Ittvr,1s. I cannot liatun to your words! The laud is loto ,tl wide Go seek one hap yiIt pJ lr' W e our loing bride. Ny brothers they were sodiers The youn est of theilier . War slain whlle MAgting by the sido Of gallant. Vitshugh Lee. Tib left his.body on the field, our side tho day h'nd won) A dldier spurned him with his fool opi might have been the one. My lover was a soldier, He belonged to Gordan's bans ; A abro pierced his gallant heart -- Yot.r's might have been the hand. Ho eeled and fell, but *ae not dead ; A horseman spurred his steed, Anil trampled on his dying brin ; ou might h:tvo done the doetL I livid an itairail in mly hatert, No cud, unrizhteous pi ide, For ntnny a gall:tnt soldier fought Upon the other side. Bt still I oanrnot.kiss the hand That smo.o my country soro; N love the foes that trampled down 'iho celurs. hat she bore. DIatween my heart and yours their rolls :decep and urimson tide My autoher's and my lover's blood F.4tL'pe} ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 21 April 1869

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms---43.00 per Annum, In Advance. VOL.11.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MOR~NING, APRIL 21,1869. [NO. 42 TIE FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 1'UI.ISil':D w\ICKl.Y 1Y 1)ESPOITES. WILLIAMS & UO. '/'-'r11t--Tnt: 1IF:!niD is pub)iibert Week ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at. 63.00 mn vareah>y in advance. Aj- All transient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. ANNIE'S VIOLETS. I walked to.day, in the ancient wood That the brook meanders through, And I thought that again sweet, Annie stood On the bank where the violets grew. That ngain I gazed ini her clear blite eye, And helid her hnnl in mine; While the little streamlet, murmuring by, Made melody divine. I thought that, she culled from the bank at her feet, A bunch of the fairest. there And once she kissed the violets sweet, As she bound them with her hair. But alas ! I dream...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 21 April 1869

THE FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday Morning, April .1; 1860. 1 sortestWilliams & Co.,Prons * .' - ,,. Theion of- 2'be o :.5.ia.egriaiply^ g iig . fete}: tie time io.se vith - what intense in1 oAtJO ahlitian .world now uni vA.dY-egards .that wonderful and peouliar.peo ,e fro.m whom..qurSavig sprlle I'it"w ytNt " ! att .1d iJS6 obatttau ub'tti, "1 niW'fel' towaefisibfJe%s ""Th'116p''of'ti1Q ti'ia o ili1 t' bA ag7'6A ous r6vlattonu"' oe " Re"h change is a general one.-. Pions e nb v'stuid fwith' deligle 3aJihektto, haps, J9eeph,. 1uses and ElijaI .bu it' adds a'nw: pleasuro.to remember -that. th#y',wtte Jifs. No longer. is there the ieblttb oniinosity,'which God' his p,ried, until the, times of the ggilaJs: .ulfilled, au,animsity ai if+'theywere not of the Cbristian .pat tyFOn te oontrary, the longarray of di4nguishednlme's trayt thh 'race exi)its ontli 'records of, history, ora%gre,.:warriors, statesmen, writers, philosophers and scholars, are oontem, plated,with' liber...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 21 April 1869

Latest by Telegraph, Foraiga News. FLOnENCE, April 13. Bertinatti succeeds Corrutti as Minister at Washington. HAVANA, April 18. The Diario reports that the insur gents .re at Lagona. The woods around Puerto Prinoipe are on fire. The insurgents are concentrating at Cinque Villas. HAVANA, April 15. a Napoleon, Arrango, and other in surgoant chieftains, are heading a party in the Central Dcpartnient in opposition to General Quesada, who however, has the large:t number of adherants. Advices from St. Thomas report the arrival there of one of the Peruvian Monitors. A supply train with an escort of 900 men had arrived at Santa Crus, after having lost six killed and twenty wounded. The insurgents on the way were found to be very numerous, and provided with beef and vegetables, but no flour. LONDON, April 15. A meeting of the conservative mem bers of Pt rliament was held to night ; over 200 attended. Disraeli was pres ent, and made a speech, in which he in dicated the future policy of the p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 21 April 1869

Or somebody or othe bar=t; tt a F. to,3e ad Gant; Y wl 6 tke silde But thi pleasur. isdenid roo ZIl=kt t oa'asyh *. adaret heeldy desi < -a*ure yan that,I 'd4,) 1 ou ;-01underetand me olt*riy, bMby:kiib is not for 'your - rayeur kEeitg I may'leave it,i LA. Snotheris...not your own - So I beg you'll'not reelve.it As.&,' but laCi'e. 4 rou.bava silken yellow.tresses, .,ey es ro,blaok pt AjeyR pe ' e )kr btig tepee; But I covet from anothG Wh4 o1ho cannot grpt; sister, cousin, a qt, A6 O W t lt' White ' one= 'gereo ubi*v w betweena the dent aud8enator Bosa-The Sen' 411~$9tri e$'to lea' th'e Btoniye :$nttor Roasi of Kansas, one of the gallant seven. whho -voted against .IM, peacliieht,- bearded 'the, f'rfsidential lion. in~ 11s den this morning. ' T1e re. pork,is t Qeet Jt4 9 theg Whito p1 R a L qrpf a p ponm" fofli 1l= State a4 phar a t the President intended tq Ealo certain noiMtl''tioill"iticbmpatible with the slate he (Ross) had made 'out for h.imself. RosstlikA' other senator...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 28 April 1869

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and LiteratureI Trms---$3 00 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. 11.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNIN PL2 [NO. 43 T 11 l'; FAIRFIELD HERALD IS 'UnA-811-AE wE.E.KILY By JWSPORtTES, WILLIAMS & 10. Tcrms.--Tit.: IIetAt.u is published Week ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at 93.00 in. Vareci/y in advance. Cty? All transient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per squaro. FLORENOE VANE, 1 loved thee long and dearly, Florence Vane; Ny life's bright dream, and early liatht come again; I renew in my fond vision, Miy heart's dear pain, My hopo ani thy derision, Floretue Vano. The ruin lone and hoary, The ruin old; Where thou didst mark my story, At oven told, That spot-the hues Elysian Of sky and plain I treasure In my vision, Florence Vane. The wast lovelier than the roses In iheir prime; Thy voice excelled the closes of sweetest rhyme : Thy h.-art was as ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 28 April 1869

THE FAIRFIED HERALD _WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday Morning, April! 28, 1809. Despartes, Williams & Co., Props The Columbia Convention. We confess to a proiound interesi in the Convention to meet in Co. Iumbia "to-day, and it is the firsi 'gathering in the State since our de. feat and subjugation which we would have taken pleasure in attending .The Charleston News suggests several topies for tho consideration of the Convention, but it omits three of .pri)pe importance. 1st. A now fence law, compollinf tho owners of stock to, fence thoni in, is very much needed, and of all measures of assistance that gov ern'ment could adopt, it would help oui peoplo most, and add millions of ..money, both saved and made, to oul resources. 2d. Some practicable plan, backed by suflicient money, of intro,lucinj improved stock, and testing now va rietios of seeds and fruits, should be adopted. 3d. Special attention should b< given to the consideration of Ramie and encourageuent, in the way of premium...

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