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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 28 April 1869

Latest by Telegraph. For ign News. MONTREAL, April 20. Under the influence of unprecedent ed rain, the ice has moved everywhere, causing immense floods and doing great damage throughout the domin ion. NAPLEs, April 20. The Berlin theatre has been burned. I LONDON, April, 22. The Owl and Tleleraph express the opinion that Presid.nt Grant is not b averse to having a war provoked with i t hnghtnd by the mnediatiot. of the Unted " States in Cub n afTfirs. ti MADID, April 22. In During the debates in Cortcs, Iho leader of the lRepublicans said that the only alternative was for the majority to restore the Bourbons or inaugurato Ia republic. Senor Zorrilla replied that the restoration of the Bourbons was ab. solutely impossible, and the establhsh ment of a republic would be a national calamity. The majority, he a.serted, s' would certainly succeed in obtaining a King. m HAVANA, April 24. Orders from Madrid direct the pro ecods of confisoated property to be de voted to the expenses of the w...

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. — 28 April 1869

(From the Darlington Southerner.] ] tiot dl' I nd hie Vy 10en the sen n ight . :: 1'iubq. whi9 iteebon gate, - And, decked in golden garniture, The;stkre iii regal state Comne forth : then, then my spirit turne To'well-rowembered bliss, Wheti together we have watched those slara On, just such nights as tbis. Where do I miss thee? In the quiet room . .Where swiftly passed the hours, As Time flew by, on rapid wing, Scattering around us flowers. There do I miss thee ; every spot Recalls the joys 1'vo'k'nown, Aid sow and sadly pace thc'qftet, That wander theve alone. Whjy de I miss thee ? As the hours gone, Laddn with joys rare, Congenitil thoughts, riah sympathies, s.. And.all things bright and fair, Al ! Life has rosy hours few, And few thee momenta be, When earth can give such sweet content .-A- Ihave found with thee. A Murderous Confession. The Sherman (Texas) Courier, of the,4 instant, gives'h longaooount of te-. banging of two men named Thompson and Blackmore, for the mclu'rder of...

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. — 5 May 1869

M~ AA Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, ,1h4uilry, Indistry and Literature [Terms---$300 per A um n ance VOL. 11.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 5, 1869. [NO.44 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS rUMAIrD: wRKI.Y BY DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & C0 Terms.-Tus 11i:n.i.n is p.,u+ished WYeek ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at 03.00 in varcaly in advance. -Y All transient advertisements to b paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 pe square. [ 1'rom !'eters' Muical Monthly ] he Wipes the Tear from every Eye. . SET TO MUSIC BY i. P. DANKS. When sore afflictiona crush the soul, And riven is overy earthly tie, The heart must cling to God alone ie wipes the tear from every eye. Throvgh wakeful nights when racked with pain On bed of languishing you lie, Remembet still your God is near, To wipe the tear from every eye. A few short years and all is o'er, Your sorrow, pain, will soon pass by; Then lean in faith on God's dear Son, He'll wi...

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. — 5 May 1869

THE FAIR E'IED HERALD WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday Morning, May 6, 1869. Despo"tes, Williams & Co., Props Oharaoter not Intellect the Olue t3 Prao tioe. The projudice of men not accustom cd to reflection on the subject against +'book farmers," as they are sometimes called, is, in a sense, natural enough. It springs from overlooking a great law of social life ; viz : that character, not intellect, is the clue to practice. Tho "book-farmer" can tell the man who distrusts him what to do, with accuracy and clearness ; but, because he does not do it himself, from some -poculiarity of charaeter, he is looked 'upon with suspicion, and too much di,regarded. The question is put : "Is lie successful I Does he prosper 2 Does, he make money 1' Why, no ; very froquently he does not ; but it is very natural. It does not come of his want of understanding how to wako money. He really can.give -wiio counsel on that subject. But1he is apt to be more fond of intellectual truth, than of accnulating f...

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. — 5 May 1869

Latest by Telegraph. The Fireman's Celebration. CIl [tns :sTON, A pril 27. The Vigilrtts, of (harltsosion, won the first, prize for han-1 engines. It 11l;cnrt, of' Chnrb-tston, Ir.; . prize fol steamers. The Palmettoe , of Colrtmt hi:, prize for visiting engies. '1'it Vinyahus, of Gsorgotown. were only six sect da t elhind. The book and Ltd. df'r trucks "ti 'd," an d dd nt Irv over News Itas NEw OniLeAns, April 28. The steamer ,zuie llbpkins, from Shreveport for N;w 0 leas, took fire among the cotton r.tored in her hold, on the 22 1 iustant, and with difli :ulty was saved by partidl) filliug with wa tor. 150 hales of cotton was thrown overboard, and the boat arrived this evening, badly damaged. Naw Yott., April 27. Francis W. Goddard, late Captain tain of Carbineers in the First Rhode " Island Regiment, by a card in the New York papers, prottounees Senator Sprague a liar, oaluutniator and pol troon. SAN FnAsctnco, April 27. The fire in Gold bill mines contin ues. 500 men are out of ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 May 1869

No hlole. No hm11 have 1 hut in my heal-f, No ,other phice of lest ; ;Io I grunt init naught but death can part, Or sunler ties so blest I No honie hnve 1, no shelter warm, Withn thy letider love : This earl I is but :a wilderner:e, And s-its shine not above. Na home have I; it' flowers lic Without the genlle lew, Then why 4lonld son no't p erish too When friendship bids adieu ? No h<,mo have I. this side the skies, lExcept within thy breast Tuild th ere it l'ortrese sttrong to nlhte1, Antd quell fall vague unrest. No home have I, no shelter wtarn, Only within thy arms Stt nng mny they ,rove! in intoi of need, .l, y I fiel uo alarm! No honle have I : henets often sigh, And witr blowo (Or wind, Then to the oak inore closely clings The tendril of the vine. In Trust. I 'end my bark away from land, Far o'er1 0thcean blue11; 1 p'ace the helm within your hand, And trust ny bark to you. ret'cre it, on thit <dcep unknown, No stormy pronise looms : Betind it, in 1ife's flowery zone, It...

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. — 12 May 1869

. - _. _ _- '._.- . _._. - _- .. ... _. - . _ r ._-__ --. _-- _- -- --_ - -" -- _------ -..---. + -^--- m -, --- Y rr, - r =. .; . -t^ 1 Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors. A Family Paper,. Dovte to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature Terms---$3 00 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. 11.. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEI)NESDAY MORNING, MAY 12, 1869. INO. 4 T1il . FAIRFIELD HERALD IS Pt;ttt.dI:u "nD wl.:I-:r .Y 11Y J)ESPOIITES WiL A IMS & ('O. Terms-TF.t liI:u. 1.1> is punlislhcrl W1'rt.h 1:, in the TIowni of w\itnnshot-, rat 3.19 i,t l'ar"lI,l| in u'lr e '. )1')" All tr,ansicnt, alvertiisenlncts to bo aridl inl advance. Obititary Notices anl Tirilml ',(1.00 per square. - The Old, Old Story. I bade lhim good-hyo with a laughing eye, In a careless. girlish way : But. I turnel asisle in tiime to 111410 The tear thnt w-1M bolld to stray Yet. I hrnshel oif wi 1ith joyous laugh, It haul fallen by him unseen: For li runst not know, ere I turned to go, What a foolish girl I'd Lcen. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 May 1869

TIHE FAIRFIED HERALD 1 WINNSISOiR, S. C. Wrdnosday Morning, May 12, 1809. I)ai' wWI, Williams & Co., Props Early Against Late Planting. Thto Cotton tr,'e is a tropical oxot io, indigenous to Mexico and Brazil, whore it is a perennial. The season here is too short for it, and yet it has boon growing into favor of lato to shorten it still more, by at least twen ty days, by lato planting. This, we think is a mnistalke, thnt has arisen tat urally enough. Of tho many causes that produce a good erop, the thor ough preparation of the soil before planting is perhaps the main cause. Now late planters usually prepare well, and early planters, badly. The difference starts in their very charac. ters. These are in a hurry, to lose time : those are slow, to gain time in the end. But the mistake is, in at tribut ing to the latetness (if tho plant ing u hat is due, in most cases, to the thoroughness of preparation ; and to the earliness of the plauting, what is due to slovenly preparation. For ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 May 1869

Latest by Telegraph. From Washington, WASHINGTON, May 5. Gen. Lee, accompanied by his daugh" ter, arrived at Alexandria, IIns morning and proceeded to the residence of a kins. man. There was i'o demonstration, a: it was understood that it would displeast Gen. Lee. WASIIINGTON, May 6. Delano decides that heads undei which telegraphic despatches are writ. ten involve a contract and require a revenue stamp. The telegraph com P panics will contest the decision. This evening's Star says President Grant haq instructed Canby to submit the Virginia Constitution on the last Tuesday in June or the 1st Tuesday in July. Canby's re-organization of Virginia divides the State into twen. ty-seven military commissions. Rear Admiral Bradford, of the flag-ship Franklin, at Cadiz April 17 states that he found at Li,bon th< British channel squadron, consisting of eight powerful iron-c' Is, some of p them having a speed of urteen knot: under steam alone. The Spanish iron-clad frigate Victoria sailed f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 May 1869

The Voice of Grief. 0 rugged, toilsome pat Ib of ihorns and briers, O weary, 'hee !iug feet I'eopled with slidows of unreaped desires, And p leasures incomplete I Land of unchanged sorrow for the 'clead, A ad hit te tness of life. Where noble lives by crnel hands ate shed, To win the field of strife; Where Pain eternal, like the Alpine snows, Crowned nbove men anl kings, Broods dark us night, and from her bosom tlw'ows Her arrows and her etings ! Shall the sweet breath of Summer sweep the eartht. Antl make it smile with flowers, Yet leave to maun the petilentiii dearth Of ever-witheriug powers ? - Behold how Sorrow, wanlering through the world, Weeps passsiotate tears of blood, And Charity upon the stonc is hurled, Crying aloud for good I The voice of Grief pierces the Silent. Laud, Where victory is won -- he there no haven past Time's dangerous strand, No joy beyond the sun ? Song. BY JoHHN OCNoo. Oh i sweetly in the midnight, love, Thy memory comes to me, And leads me back to happ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 May 1869

ax rtidbn7 ercd'oa7 i:6 r.* ' __: " , ' ,T .: . c---..__,.~~. Aeshpartes, Williams & qo., Propietod ] A_Family, Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$.0 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. 11.1 WINNS1ORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 19,1869. [NO.4 TILE FAIRFIELD HERALD Is PU11.SII31D51) WEt.K1.Y' tY DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & CJ0 .2 erm.---Tns 'lI sRALD is publiahed Weok ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at 03.00 ii vareably in advance. @ All transient advertisements to b paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 pc eguare. [original.] Backsliders. This world has fallen almost, To the very last notch on the stiok, It grieves me to see it, thus lost, And covered with sinners so thick, The folks are all on a level, Each one Is absorbed in himself, And they all seem bound for the devil, Or governed by some wicked elf. Even the preachers'have taken to farming Or selling whiskey to darkies at night The idea indeed is slarining, That a preacher sho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 May 1869

'TM FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday Morning, May 19, 1860. })ospotOs, Willians & Co., Props Radical Inoonsistency, We havo called attention to the ab aurd position the United States Gov. ernment holds towards the rest of the world, but we cannot improve upon the following from the Richmond Dispatch : Thu Cubans are said to bo anxious for annexation to the" United States. We suppose the dubans understand that in this country we sympathise with all revolutions, and attempts of a people hto ave atd independent gov eronment, ekcept, tkose in which our own citizens are personnally conoorn. od. We Americans believe that Ire land ought to be itidependont otEng-. land, Ilungary of Austria, P,lnd of Russia, and ,Cuba of Spain ; and we may per haps annex Ireland and Caa to the United States. But we wish it to be distinctly understood that one revolution is all that we ,*p allow It is very well to revolt when yu have other Governments to revolt against; but-as to changing again ...

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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. — 19 May 1869

Latest by Telegraph, k'oreigu News. HAYANA, May 1S. Accounts from Spanish sources repro sent that after the fight at Allagracia, Gen. Lessa reached Port au Prince with his convoy, the insurgents bbing imabla' to detain him, and that the Cubans lost 1,000 killed and wounded. The Diario says 2,000, but Ve-se' e Cuba doubts the correctness of the Diario'S informa. tion. Lettoun, who made the official r reports of ti.e officer at Allagracia, gives new detals. He says since the fight the rebels cannot g,"t together 2,000 mon. Taxes for the fiscal ye ar are to be rt. duced filly per enPaat. LONDON MAy 14. Johnson's dispatch to Fish, announc ing his withdrawal and giving an ac count of a friendly farewell with the Queen, says : "This terminates a mission which has been conducted with zeal and fidelity on my part, which has fulfilled the letter of in structions from my Government, and which has aimed to protect the rights and preserve the honor and promote the interests of my country. HIAan...

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. — 19 May 1869

At Twilight The aunset darkens le the west, The sea-gulls haunt the bay, An.l lar and high the swallows ily, To n ntoh the dying day. Now where in she that once with me Tl.e rippling waves would list? ; And 0 for the song I loved so long, And tlie darling lips I kiat I Von - inkling sail may whiter gleam Than falcon's snowy wing, Her lances far the evening star Beyong ihe waves may fling; Float on, ah float, enchrpted boat, Bear true hearts o'er the main; Dut I shalt guide thy helm no nore, Nor whisper lovo again! Dolly.--A Western DrEYeg1 My name is Anthony htunt. I am a drover, and I live miles and miles away upon the westeru prairie. There wasn't a home within sight when we moved thera, my wife and I, and now we havn't many neighbors, though those we have ate good ones. One day; about ten years ago, I went away from home to sell some fifty head of oattle--fine creatures as I ever eaw. 1 was to buy some groce ries and dry goods before I came back, and, above all, a doll for our yo...

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. — 26 May 1869

. Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature Terms $300 per Annum In Advance VOL.11.1 WINNSBORO, S. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 26,1869. [NO.47 TiHE?; FAIRFIELD HERALD IS l'Ulli.S1ID: WKKKI.Y ny DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & 00. Terms.-Tui HR.ALn is published Week ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at 93.00 in vareably in advance. A W- All transient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. I Ask No More. I have not wealth, no lands are mine, I own no houses, broad and high, A have no costly gems to ehine, No robs of rich and varied dye ; No regal coaoh, or dappled grays. To drng me through the crowded streets'; No titled fops to lisp my praise, And bow in homage at my feet. No servants to obey my will, No slaves to wait at my command; No goldtn cup with wine to fill, No jewels on my soft, white hand; No sumptuous couch, with costly lace, And softly spread with snowy white, p To ...

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. — 26 May 1869

THE FAIRFIED HERALD' WINNSBOtO, S. C. Wednosday Morning, May 26, 1869. D tsp 1es, Williams & Co., Props Working the Road, The Town Council of Winnsboro show commendable enterprise in put. tiug the streets in excellent order, and we hope that the roads leading into Winnsboro will be thoroughly worked before the movement of the present crop. Really good roads will bring both population and trade into the town. When the great Jesuit started his reforms in Uruguay, he be gam them bg making good publ c roads. We can learn by his examplo. A gent!oman stated, in our presence, last winter, that he had brought forty balos of cotton to Winnsboro, and sold them, and that ho greatly desired to bring forty-five bules more that were under his control, but such was the state of the roads that lie feared for the life of his mules. and that he must carry ti.m elsewhere. Cannot the petty larceny, and the continued killing of our planters' stock, be turned to somo public ad. vantage by our Judges ...

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. — 26 May 1869

Latest by Telegraph. Foreign News, MADRID, May 18. The amendment requiring the Kin to be a native of Spain, was rejectec A majority of the Cortes fearing civil war, seem willing to accept. MADRID, May 22. The Cortes voted for the monarch after a long debate-217 to 70. Tc pete favors Montpensier, but as Mit ister, would await the action of th Cortes, but cautioned the Cortes t - allow no daring man out the knot the could not untio. The civil marriage bill introduced ILONDON, May 23. The ':mca, discussing the Alabam claims, says England has equal caus of complaint against Ameiica. Gres Britain resisted the temptation to re cognizoe the South, thereby inflictin suffering on her own people, disoblif ing an ally, and in fact declared i favor of the North, and is now mib understood and accused of hostilit V and selfishness. Sir Francis lea communicates several additional off cial documents to prove the assistanc rendered by America to the Canadia revolt iu 1867. He anrts that Sun ner's sp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 May 1869

Buildiug on the Sand. 'Ti. writ to weo, 'ti' good to wed, For so the world 1ut1th dono iuce nyrtle.- grew, and roses 'lew, A- i.t oi;; bi ought the suu. latt htve It care. ye young and fair, 1I sure you pkdge with truth ; I;, onrtain tha t your love will wear Leycaid t he dayt' of youth! For if ye give not heart for heart, A, well as hand for hand. You'd find you've played the "unwise" p: rt. And "bui't upon the santl." 'Tis w,ll to save, 'tie well to have A g,,o lly store of gold, And hold enough of rhiu'ng stuff, For charity is cold. But p.l toe not all your hopo and trust in what t he deep mino brings We caunot livo on yellow dust, Unmixed with purer things. And he who piles up wealth alone Will often hive to stanal Be-iio his ceffer chest and own, 'fis "built upon the sand." 'Tis good to rpenk in kindly guiee, Aid soothe wl.or'er we can ; Fair speech should blind the human miad, And love link man to nan. But stay not at the gentle word Lot deeds with language dwell; Tho one who ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 2 June 1869

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Scionce Art Inquiry,ndMtry nd Litrature. [-rn VOL .] WINNSO S. C WOn G3 [N VLI1]WINNSBORO, "S. C., WEDNE SDAY MORNIN- JN121'6._[O THE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUnI.iSHtED WE.CKL.Y BY DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & 00. Terms.-Tug IRALD is published Week ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at 83.00 in wareably in advance. 13- All transient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per squaro. Learn to Wait. Learn to wait-hope's slow fruition ; Faint not, though the way seem long ; There is joy in each condition .. Heart, though suffering, may growstrong. Constant sunslhine, howe'er welcome, No'er would ripen fruit or flowers: Giant oaks owe half their greatness To the scathing tempest's power. Thus a soul, untouched by sorrow, Aims not at the higher state; Joys seek not a brighter morrow Only sad hearts learn to wait. luman strength and human greatness Spring not from life's sunny side: Heroes must ...

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

THE FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBOR0, S. C. Wednesday Morning, June 2, 1809. Dosportes, Williams & Co., Props Blundering into Wa-. No sane man believes that the poo. plo of the United States desire a wat with England or with any Europear State. Still less can he believe tha+ any European State desires a war witi this country. Indeed, it is most evi dent that they are ouio and all unpre pared for it, and have great troubles a bome. But the grasping arroganco and vulgar insolence of the faction it power at present, may provoke a wa of the most serious character; and under the conviction that war, a some day, with this country is inevita ble, the Vestern Powers may sciz the opportunity that wounds inflictci upon their national dignity will offer of diverting attention from domesti dificulties, and of uniting their poo pio in an effort to signalize their arm and maintain their national glory That this it no merely fancy idea, bu a rerious danger, call be inferre from such advice to the adm...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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