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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 7 July 1869

Local Items. N Advertisoments. y r4fWbiibe tototor ooltmuit ,9 Qf M.;Aegi t e MtwI~ Seed--Ketehin, Menisster & Br1ed. The Soutieirultivator,. The July number of this dAndard Southier.pe~riodical, is full of a g'st ive and practical hints and .facts for the QT Read the "Adv'entures of a Blockade Runner" in the XIX Gen Tury MagAvne. Send for a specimen number- price 35 adnts. Address XIX Century Publishing Co. F. 0. do Fontaine Business Manager, Charleston, S. C. A Query. W he constitutes the Board of Equal. ixietl.g, itid'd 'Wrepresents- Fairfield, County? The publio wish tu isnames. What do.-Northern men know of the value of real Ostate in Soith'tolina? For the exo1,i mnmbe.'sire North era men.' Lemon Ougari or oncentrated Lemonade. John M-Atyre & Co., have recoiv ed a lot of - pure. Lemon Sugar, or Concentrated Lemonade, one' of the greatest oQnveniences of the 'day. It' is used'for the iminediato production of loinonadg, aad for making cobblers, punches, sangarees and othe...

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. — 7 July 1869

Ho w She K11sed Me the FitTie. i I- '0t 4 hfoen6ff. where the vi0@4 t1lt hid Ihe (noe so wondrous A rI hl VI tot 6sbeateito jt!( ray Ur j1y odl 116 goidea 114r10 Ifer sweet brown eyes looked up to mine With all a child's simplicity Yet it iheir depths I fain bad read More than a passing thought for pie I The tiny hands and soft white arms Closely ihe trellis work entwine; The rosy lip.4 held richer fett Than amber clusters from the vine I I stonprd anel whispered, soft and low, So sitare seemed the words to me, "Kiss mo !" I shook with sulden fikr, And thon I waited iftdfly ! Qiok. )Ike thq gl;ov of terly TAMet The blushol spr6ad o'er oh oo kid r6w I 6ho bends thlidt tit andi graceful hoado Thosb brownest eyes are dewy DoW I And then she raised to tnine the lips That.liuld be mine forever more j And all tie earth, and air, and sky Was glorious as ne'er before I Through all my life, in good or ill, Till hushed in silence of the grave, tly lips with glad delight, will feel That irst w...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 14 July 1869

Desportos, Williams & Co., Proprietors,] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. Terms -$3.00 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. 111.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MONNIN(-, JULY 14,1869. [NO. Tl11I FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUniBl81rD WKKKI.Y ItY DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & (14 Terns. -Tius lfr.ALn is published Weel ly in the Town or Winusboro, at 03.00 1 ttarcabb/t in advance rciY', All trantsient advertisements to 1 pii ill advanlco. Obliuary Notices and Tributes $1.00 p square. . Somebody's Heart. My heart. is waiting for somebody; Sonebody, where ean ho he ? Bomewhere on earth he is waiting, Wiaiting and watching for me. My heart shall be faithful and true, then, To that somebody, wherever lie be ; Yes ! iny honrt is locked fli mly and fast, But there's sotte one possessilig t! ) ke; How shrill I know who's the somebody ? My heart will tell faithful and true ; You wonder who can be the somebody ? Well, somebody, darling, is you. [From New York Herald.] An...

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. — 14 July 1869

THE FAIRFIED HERALD W IN NSB0R9, S. C. Wedineday Morning, July 14p 1869. I)alwks, WVilliants & Co., Props Enrolling the Militia. hiere is uunecsaty and imi edi ate stealage to the extent of $20,000 nIi IIhe Imlilitisi bill, and for that reason aloiv, its provisions are sure to be v xecettell. There is in it no provision whatever fot excuses from serving, ex eep1t sickness, no matter if a citizen be serving on fihe Jury nr travelling out. of the State on muster dfay, so that, thore is no chance of respectable white people, who will siloply con intmplinously p;iy the fines, escaping the unjut extortion of an additional Iax thitus levicd upon thei by requir img of them a moral impossibility I hat. is, that they should assemble awl drill with, ot under the command of negroes. ' This iequisition is a siimplo ontiage upon the well-known sent. ment. of an uniesisting, tax-paying coll)III1nlity, lperpetirated for election eerm11g puIr'oes, in order, by poromis. ing more to intoxicated U...

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. — 14 July 1869

Latest by Telegraph. Affairs in Virginia. IticiMoND, July 8. Uilbert C. Walker arrived here at 11 o'clock this morning, from Norfolk. The day was made a holy day for his reception, and when the ears arrived, about 5,000 people had congregated at the depot. A committee, compos ed ab)ut equally of the most promi nent white and colored citizens, was at I ho ears to receive him ; but the popu lace rushed in and seized Walker, bore him onl their shoulders toa coach ornamented with the National and State flags. The procession, which nearly a mile long, marched through the principal stroots. Many of the coaches, of which there were a hun. dred in line, were covered with Na tional 1lag8 ; and on the band waggon was a transparency, with a painting of white and colored men shaking hands. Tbm ;treet were blocked with people following the procession, and at least 20,000 were out. On reaching the house of Colonel James R. Branch, the conservative candidate, killed by the calaUmity Onl Friday las...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 14 July 1869

4i Wedding in Swedqn.. 14 a '4 dvoi to delloil mdvi t w9' 1iji~u Slden. It shal'bo In siun Ir tne. din- t eIre may - e flowers; uai in a southern provincie,, that khe bride may bo fair. 'I ho early songs of Ihe lark and of chanticleer are mingled i )I he clear morning air, an1d the si, tle heavenvly briegroorn with yellow hair, arisesin the South. Ii the yard thoro is a sound of voices and trampling (f hools ; horsus are being led forth and tIaddled. .I Th!e !sec;l that ih to bear the btidn.' ;101 l hts a bunch of flowers on his ii-hifad aind a garland of corn flowers about -iii neck. Friends from the neighbori:ig farms come riding in, their bhie cloals streaming in Ihe wiid ; and fln.illy Ohe happy bridegroom, with a whip mn ls, band and a Ionstrois nose. y kn e blenit ol his blio jacket, iles from is chamber ; and then to aid awiy toward tho villige whern the bride alw:iy sits and waits. Furemttost rides the spokenman, follow v& bv nomo hall dozen village musicians. ,\ Oxt Com...

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. — 21 July 1869

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$300 per Annum, In Advance VOL. 111.] WINNSBORO, S. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1869. [NO.5 [From the lanner of the South i An Irish Maiden's Love. Not in jov could I forget thee, For tha pulses of my heart Can thrill whit gladness only While they Ireablo where thoru art. There nro anany wiles of tungio. Taugh I by fairies 'neath the skies, Buit I final any spell of beauty In a pairuf Irish eyes. Not, in grief could I forget theo; II. would not be hard to bear Nor the tear-drops half so bitter If the thought of thee were there Nor the thorny way so toilsome, 'so wearisone the strife, Wit i thy tenderness the hencoi And the promise of my life. Not. in time cotid I forget thee, For the brightness of thy sile Is a mnemory forever, And a beatty all the while. They my talk of Friendship's treason Words are worthless-truth is sit ange; There's a tenderness, M...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 21 July 1869

FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSHORO, S. C. Wednesday Morning, July 21, 1869. D)spv'eos, Williams & Co., Props Utter Degradation. To what a pass have we come 1 Bad any set of executive officers in nny State in the Union, attempted, be fore 1860, such an usurpation as the aissessmont and collection of $230,000, without warrant of law, and in the facc of a most positive prohibition, they would have trembled in fear of impeachment and expulsion from of. flee. The vengeance of any Liegisla. ture at all worthy of the name, would have tern them down from their be tiotted presumption, and humbled them to the dust. Bnt the plunder. ers now in office, treat the Legislature with the contempt it richly deserves. It is but so much clay in the hands of the potter, and they do not pretend to oonceal that they look upon it as such. Far fro'n fearing impeachment, Scott impudently ncknowlodges that the law prohibits a tax of over a million dollars. The law, however, he im plies, was a mistake. We nood i I,...

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. — 21 July 1869

Latest by Telegraph, Foreign NeAM~ 7 Os estates of Miguel, hamigo and Aldimas have been mb oed. Sugar firm, at 81 a 8f reald. Ex. change on the United , ebor$, gold a 6 premium. Metiiaan advices of thenfi -tite that Juarez and a party of forty nar rowly escaped death, by the explosion of a boiler on a.steamer in Lake Loz coco. Romero was thrown overboard bptho exploslou,, but saved himself by swimming., from Washingtan. VAssuoN-r'ox, July' 15. Michael Vi-liai of rjoutisiain, has been nppomted Commissiotio-r on t.h part of tho United States for the atijust Iment of claims with Pern. The Pretident arnd fimil, Postnns Iter General and wife, and ex-Secretary Boric l-ft. this morning, in tire Taihapoo si, for Long Branch. The President, to .aY i.9ited a proc littiritron aii g- rtig the 30th of Noveni bor for tle voL on the constit ion dopted by the Austii, Text;, Conven VTon. oil the 10th ifo Julne. No excep tional clatuses are to be voted upon, the votes being for and against the consti...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 21 July 1869

Thu Japanose have Formed a Colony in California. Th- Japanese hasve formed a colony in Calfornia. Tiwy have six hundred Iris under fence, witi orchiardsi, viaes, 1an.1 grain fields, and have made ar rantgiiteents for the location of a vil hage. Tie San Francisco Alta, spiakinag of this settlement, Says4, "every faunily will have a coiig aiid a garden for a full r;siuply' of vigotables ail for ornament. Tlh' Japaese are apt at vardening and nant-ally loud of it, and regulations are unusual wit It t hem to enforce order 'and neattiess. Iulberry trees rind tea plants will lie allotted in divisions to each fami. I-, wlei t he plan's ate ripe for pluecking. E.chi fit!y will feed its own worms, sli its own cocoonis, and receive pay :ccirding to its quality nnd quantity. T1e raw silk will then be put in market for export, or for home manufacturers. Ten will no madle on the samo princi ples. The fitailies cultivate, pick the leaves, deliver at tho factory, and re eV0e payment. Thius the fac...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 28 July 1869

.. - j. 1 04 . Nesportek' PWollia~e ri Pper, ,Devoted: to, Sclenoej A .-Inquiryl-Iduty and fLterare[Tms-3OOprA umIn dv o. 7. W VOL.1 'WINNSBORO,. Mrs5EDY ONNJUY2,169 N WEIQ A, M RNI* TIM FATRFIELD HERALD is1 P18111U.6 WMEkKLY BY SPrTuE WILLIAM 00. 6bh'ie .-Ta6 [URAL is published Week 17 Inthe Town of Winnsboro, ,atS3.!0, Pin tparsatbly io advance, de*W1VI elent, advertiseinets to be Paidtn advance. ObItuAry Notet s and .Trbuis i.00 per The touth. By REv. VATHuR RYAN. Yes, give me lie land Where the rillne are spread, And the living trend light , O i:the hearts of the dead; Yes. give'uls the land That is blest by the'dust, Aqd bright with the dee4s, Of the down.trodden just. Yes. give me the land Where the battle's red blast Has Sashed on the future, The forms of the past; Yes, give me the.land That hath legends and lays, That tell of the.mbtworlo Of long vanished days ; Yes give me the land That hath story and song, To tell of the strife Of the right with the wrong; Yo..give r0 the ...

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. — 28 July 1869

THE FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday Morning, July 28, 1869. D ip 31-os, Williams & Co., Props A~~tiii Blinder iThe characteristic of radicalism Is a Sota ig4 a~d of all law, whether naq d themsolves or their prede uAbaNgrawIn6 it-restrains. -the will of the inn rt the caucus ajot of tho e gyrity. Threo$imes .,rdi'adicals reconAtr4ot.. rpeon -eruotious ut they are not done yet. i#Ie fiftatbtth duendimont needs ex litafibIna moe~liddt. They kot sigrVo~strIyotion number one in The desire to set aside to ydbstruotioni number 'two in Geo6rgia. Phofvl~lbo obli od'to ilter ret' aind lySi Ws.hsidc 'hb Ifteenith nidu)i,4t which re.A thus . ,Sec. ., 6 The right of citizens of the ,Uuitcd.St'iti to voto shall not bo do. ni4ei'd6baridged -b the United 'States or~ by otate h., aced"ht of race, igr, 66 ious cond itiori. of servi. U " ic. 2. "Tlio'Congress shall havo powerhd'iforce ti article 'by op. ,rogi:)ate 'gislation,'' NOw if it be supposed that this 4mendniont-establishes uni...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 28 July 1869

- e t lide t i ry. vT liitgaharyi Cr ' A ator R4 for d 111) Poi, weon rnco and the M.I~ ton wt an bluok socools, addi tional sohool) fIljyggu al, to be open, to both colors. r Jefufords afd I Siis,, ,oPf missipuippi, dspfe alucge IAbdtAt-day and found him, heartily eqtlsted in the cause of the oobseirva tivotepublican party. Jqdke Dent egyndes his determiniation yi'sit IN Stato at "a'vas" for: thoe' pirty, whether uouiniated for Governor or not. gXiht illicit distillerlis hafeo'been do zed in Wake County, x.., e ecessiry arringoments have bepuconcluded, and 'Field's .permis aion-o'tained for the. Freneheablo. whi6 h Iis expected to rodh' Massachu Welta opa St .101 idaty. WAs8IINOT6Nj July 22. Shdtor Morton favors th redogni tio.of. the Oubans as belligerents. Gen. Ames, commanding Mississip. pi, has boen. dalled to Long Dahdh by (Granat 'eho Cuban Col's. Ryaniaivd" Cour tlerpete safe in Canada, Bli*of Miinie G4flu' jurorg signed thediOdiot' bforAo'-ibiarke. -do nissioner Parket' b a...

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 July 1869

Come, in beautirul dreans, love, Oh ! co 'e 14 1n1 oft, When lhe white wings of sleep On my bosom lie soft.; Oh ! come who (ho sea, In the moon's geitlitlight, Beats soft or% the air, I,ike the p4'so of tbe'iight Whei) tie sky and the wave. Wear~ Iheir loftiest blue, I 0 the. dew's on the flower, And the star's on the dew. Qaine, in beautiful dreams, love, O1! doie, and wo'll stray Where, the whole year is crowned With the blossoms of May Where each sound Is sweet. As the coo of the dove, And the gales are as soft A's tho breathing of love: Where the beams kiss the wayes, And the. waves kiss the beach, Atid our warin lips anny catch Tho sweet lessons they teach. Come, in beautiful dreans, love, ()ht! come, and we'll fly, . Like two winged spirits Of love, through the sky With hand clasped in hand, On our dream wings we'll go. Whrethe starlight and moonlight Are blending thicir glow And on the bright clouds we'll linger, Of purple and gold, 'Till I he angels shall envy Tie bliss they...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 4 August 1869

aiirti*iT W MNBOO S. te to D~~ Ocene 4ft itQ9 [NO.7 " "' ____ ___ __4#10__Y Ap ? ''Li THE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUBLISHEID WKIYI.LY A t DESPORTES, WILLTANS & ,of t Terms.-,Tus yRRAL Is publish d We- I ly in the T o Viboroat n. -arably 'ndvance. B' Mll traleleit adfortisernents to b6 1 paid in advance. Obituary Notices sud Tributes $1.00.per sq~uaro.( [Original.) The Dylig Child. C C d was dying too, But 'ere descend. I Ing , ' ..'d To the tomb of night, he raised his oihk. ( in heaa, Flung pappry ahrgtidq.14d, pad drop. ped A farowell glanoe oo the atfiertog babe. I His lfingerifi look,'a tender'sympathy ( Bespoke, as f ithkin hise arms -of light, He'd bear her to a unieq; sphere. 0 that U pop lit l dde brelat h o r a sU Down tohi b dIA, l. T' to rise' so abOf And while we Wetchedthe sad sd d w a , im night . To atteniad him In his. journey, roun th i sphere, And In the nmoraing g#0eeL ds-ever More To be the stlnbeakm of our darkene I home. But no, "Thy will be done," we meekly 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. — 4 August 1869

THE FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday Morning, Aug. 4, 1809. Desporlos, Williams & Co., Props raots versili Wishes. It is singular how stupid man is eitingjally .buiting his head against "what, is,"' uider the inspiration of "Aihat ought to be.", Many papers. of South are seriously arguing against the Chinese immigration movoiqent, as if Chinese immigration were not already a most absolute certainty. It may be a great pity that water runs lown hill, that the earth turns, that the tides ebb and flow ; yet all these things are, no amount of reasoning will change them. Perhaps the Al mighty was mnistakoi innmaking them so, but we are still measurably in doubt as to that, modern philosophers nnd improvers to the contrary not withstanding. indood, we are fools enough to beliosthat the Creator has made all things ainost as well as philosophers could havo done, and that all things work together for good to those who trust in Him. Hence when we see one of those greit'laws of po...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 4 August 1869

Local Items. Oi~~a opipoftx~ can E:-Hx tra p 'ie of the NEWS.ca be obtained a this offige, on the days of publication. Pie dny five cents per copy. Timothy Sef 9ed McMaster & Brioe. 8Seedh6if sgyei tisemnent. School for fIo T6dles--Benj. R. Stuart. 0J:- Our farmers may now feel safe in turning out their cattle, hogs, &c., as Scip Cohen and Andy Cockrell havo boon sent to-the 8tate Penitentiary. 0 We see that Mr. Win. H-. Ber nard, editor and proprietor of the Carolina Farmer, has.dctermined, at the close of Its present Voluine, which will be November lst; to convert it into a Forty-Column, iEht-Page Ag rioultural and Family Weekly., The price will be the same, $2 per annum, We wish it unboundod pUnoess. ' iliant, Racy and Sparkling.": Such is the.: popular verdtot of the "XIX Century," the now illustrated Southern magazine, publishe'd in Charleston. The Adventurs of7 Cop. federate blockade runners, and Jf'Per sonnle's reminiscences of Confederate Camps and Fields" .arq tilli...

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

Song. (ill her flie garland<ls of nut umnn now, , }.ee for Ilhe illr ringo <Iny, A''id the goldenl leaves o. tIhe foiiliful brow Mhall cover. the tr4 ssos grey. Far the blOoomi 4 of promnise thal, lvng ago, Wero twined for their' iiptial dawn, Crownt of fulfiliment we nlow bestow Crtjwisu for the sutuieru gone Timie, that his left the.n 9 aMuch qf. youth i'Iho blesising of ago shall leave, Of joy in life, InIi I tie love and Irlith '1'hey gaVe,1 qud_ti)qs.vnow receive. 'ast i tho 'A)o. , and Shalmcl ttie pain Shedl is tho measures of tears I t. lenco tid conteineti, intid love, re. '1'o Irighteic their gollen years BY nAYADli) 'lAYmotm. 'ie vio'let loves a sumy buik, The co48l1P 1es the lea, The scarlet creoper loves tie cm:in But I love--thee. The sunishin k ismes imoim t moi vale, The tlars tiey kisi the sea, The west wiidi kiss lie olover bhlooim; But i kiss-thiee. Tlo ovielo wetls iio imiih.4At mmtc, The lily'N tirile Q, I ls ee ; fleav*n 'am9 itirriei-ring is round the ea...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 11 August 1869

besportes ams A Co. Propnetors A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature [Terms---$3 00 er Annum In Adv WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11, 1869. [NO.8 IWIRLD URALD 10 ['Un3hrBIAD W tGKbY BY 78.~S W)LUT -1 c & Vo. rTira.-+Tai. HIRAL la published Week lyin t o Towq of.WinnsbQro, $u3t,.Op in ji n e adver se'tetit to bc Obituary 'Notiees anil TrAbdt s $1.00 per equarq - ]Vih Still a Fo lend to You., 'AN e hav o'orno and gone, dear Tom, Th'spu. see s like I dream 8ipop yoo AndAI togetlier met, D p, ,the winding strealn Sinu whand we promised Tom, I 'ah -Wo would be true; U1d'TOne hadsnuade no chango In me, I'm still a-frIend-to you. lHaWofen'Isae i wept, dear Tom, When thinking o'er the joja, - The happy ePena of iong',ago, When yo 4 aud Iwere ioys; Dut now I'm told you're .,iry poo', And *jdifddas in life are fow, - IL gives me~joy to me. youl Tcin I'm 'still'a frilil td'yoti. 'Old friendehip ofien withers, Tom, Wlehe'er - tuan' gt-o.wpoo...

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. — 11 August 1869

THE :FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBORQ, S. C. t Wednesday Morning, Aug. 11, 1869. 'a D)msportos, Williams & Co., Props J .Oalous-Ridden. ti The' United States has been caucus- 0 C :iddon to such an extent sine the war, a ha'm 14 is a great relief to everybody n that Ciigress is not in session, unsoru- I pilhus p irty leaders, who dolight in a hLri fe, would before now have "set fire to the Northern heart" over the con. servative victory in Virginia, and 0 postponed still longer the day of peacO b that now promises to dawn upon the South. In this long Congressional re- -r oess, however, publio opinion has had o a fair opportunity to form itself calm ly ; evo the partisan press, having lost the Congressional caucus cue, has Ox pressed indepenslent opinions, and con- u servative influences will have gathered o each head by Decembor, that radical caucuses will astsemble to hatch hatred, 9 for, onoe, in vain. Our Government 1 will have been restored upon "the I will of the majority should be...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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