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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 11 August 1869

Latesty sh-Telegraph. h toh 6th-ul. The 'ubatf'4, In re 9nt e pot, ha 34paj iite a n4 POP .,iPmvents tlt i~epp 'inte e! ttrgf captuarell Cu-. lbpnp, apo, seciqres their prpppr, relt. Jordan had sdveral defensive fights, in all of wliojitlj% qp.apiards were to with proportgn)tely great loes. prde repoi ts Ilo agd troops i, pp - .c4l1ps condition, and gaserts, that his -commAnd is equal Lo three ttmes the same number of those opbosed to him. HeAtis they are well orgataized, 'well drijlol witfAglit ike.denions. lis force is'daily iicreasing by recruiit. Depotitorint are instrictod to with hold. reenback legaf tenders from c.rcn. :litiop. WAsnINGTON. August 5. The President and' -3ecretary Fish ill bq here on Ttinsday, for*onsuiltil ion regarding Cuban and Mexican' conpli cations. The Cubans here linlendoides to the Ath h. Qoesada still hol1 cotnn.4uni. btion btween Pu:ert.o Prticipe and the ,OOnSt. ' Jotdtin has beeit reinforced with a battalioti of regilars and two regi nird ''of nh~e...

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. — 11 August 1869

10ovutr Absent Nsr. Y IIos.s cANP8rnj4 DAVIS, of MISSOUnI. My sister, pleasant thoughts of theo comt often to my mind, Th ughts full of love and teniderness-foi thou wort ever kind ; AndIbere are- spells that cling to thee n< eatrhy power oan break, And hours of fPnd remenbrance I shall cherish for thy sake. When morning, with its rosy lights, ham tinged. the earth and sky, In fanoy thou, art near me still, with (h brightly bea&ming eye; And when, twilight sweetly lingers rount Ihe close of parting day, Then comes to me the memory of a '-loved one" far a way. Together we have wandered o'er hill around our home, And oulled the sweetest flowers that in ear ly spring-tinU1 bloom ; And together we have listened to the volei of prayer at eve, Ilut 'tis past-nnd those bright moment their treasured memories leave. I mise thy volo, my sister, and thy kini and gento amil o, Which like a ray of sunlight all my sadnoes odruld beguile; And the secret love I felt for thee will eve , deepe...

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. — 18 August 1869

- *--- - - -~ IV Lj. r -?ti v g 71 IIA - - - -- -A - u VOL.1tn WI NSBORO d2RS WST 186 FAiRFla ERALP. 18. 1'UBLISHtlR WKKKLI .''' DESPORTES, WILLtMSAGo TerN*-'aif 1tAri7 Is kubished eol- t ly in th T of Winnsboio, &VO8100'or. stareabl'in advaIbc. ; - : ' I ST' All tragslent advertsemesis to be I paid in ridvande. Obituary Notices abd-Tributes *00 p. square. It Is O.. I've reen mang W1 Who Vouid iniarry Wohutif Providing li.'d pigty.oq gol . And would kive to repont "Whed thie Mnly '*Is speti Whoo she foundaha.'h eL art rho 44 4984 You may smile, If you like, Butilt's so I I'we kato*nua a' Wo woald thit tIlessly.pass Whole hoiur prompo -t street While her mot 6PO" sirudb All the whild' e the 166, NovoV lminding the cold of' the heot. It is sol Ito so f You may smile, It joi like. - 0'7uit's t'o I. ThO'r 14 many & h6 ' - 1ho *ill "4dress" it jgqqap, No at er boiy emply a pre, A td hid tall look,t When ' detles hIll$gott Bot his patrousas yamosod or worse. I it'. sot ICUgiol t Y...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 18 August 1869

THE :AIWIED HERALD WINSBORO, S. d Wednesday Morning, Aug. 18, 1869. b g Dosports, Williams & Co., Props p t] Tomendous Stride Forward on Suf- 14 frage. Yo wish it distinctly und orstood tIat wosh4al) n t again, by reticence, ,,a faul( fwwi i accuse us of) or oth. b 9 in opposition tQ E what strikes us as fiod and irrevoca- 11 ble facts. , The revolution in our gov. a 'ifiadt6both.8tate, ana Fcder't, is o o.epilote, anidoonsists of the 4ubstitu- ( -on of governPient.by the will of the I -unioriohi ' majority, inspired, of i course, by the ruling spirits of tlie eiuouof the majority, for govern. uo'nt by a system of constitutional * oboolks and balances. This now form ofgovernment, wisoly and virtuously f adniinisiered, has all the advantages t ,6(4:n immouab concentration.of power pd,.n irrosistible swepp of authority. t WO.fool lispotent to oppose it, bpt bo. lievo.that the union of all truo.lovdra 1 of tlieir doUoitry will be -able' to exert a uf'ooifying influengo upon it for ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 18 August 1869

The Phtisj.ki ltge ift IdW4tAd clerical part have a J1 d the No all arm rP tiob has been iedforWthe 1oth. . ' ?, MO 000 men wi be sent.to Cuba io Sep' tomber. Sev4dP0ailIdt agents were arrested last night. The Carlist obIefa tain Balanzettegua, aftefr ideqesite reststitwe, was captured, be tmar. tinledi~Od shot. The 46is dpa. have takeni no notice of she ministerial manifesto. Several .'priests - who led (Jarlist btn hane bean d'efeafts{; Death promptly follows captire. Naw Fobtne.ANu, August 10. The asteamshp Cleopatra, - frowt Montifeil to London, Wad totally wree1,d, on Sunday, nea- Teassy. The h rew and passOng6r eved. HAVANA.ugust 10. General Iesesa is here saok. A con o provisions reach9d Los Tu Mai. lie9ving the starvib 'SiMtlon. ThOApyhish treeg "if 1id'and kill; e, srty insurgeants, near DesengatoN 14N ot'Auguit 19. Thi24ine 4 to-day ,Publishes lalet ter from Madrid, whereof kh, follow S10'r at extract: "8pimoiaouldn't be i. worse state ; a oh 5must comel Unless the rulets ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 18 August 1869

1th0 s,! oe ts bllowi g a green, Of Toh %wa,0, q~fqior~isto4.lu0, ti Ton eb'i t bfhrin the ditktna g sen, t Half dreaming, my eyes will pursue ; Non. Ork o the shadow, liho scatters ihe As the chaff in .thq stroke of the flail; n 4q wie as the sea-.gull, she flies on her l The sun gleaming bright on her sail. Yet her Piletis thinking'of dangern to shun; 0 Of' brbaketa that whiten aid roar; How little he cares if in shadow or sun n , They see him who gase from the shore,. la looks'to the beacon that looms front the . reef . - , a To tite rook that is under his lee 1 As ho drifts on the blas", Ilk-) a wind-waft. O'er t e gulft of the desolate sa. i drifti giafaro the dim-vkulted caves Where IIitd its ventures are laid who gaie while we battlo the i say ! us in sunshine Or shade Yet true to our course, though our shadow " gww ark, 1"avii I ria our hroaA sail as before, An ofti4 by the ru4dr that governs -the woe ask h6W we look from the shore. Oliver Wenell Holmet. 8oig. All irolind an...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 August 1869

tU - Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprieto rs.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$3.00 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. l11.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUG JST 25;1869. [NO.10 THE. d FAIRFIELD HERALD I IS PUBLBIHICID WICKLY B1Y 0 0 DESPORTES, WILLIAMS & 00. h Terms.-Tuu HHRAL, Is published Week ly In the Town of Winnsaloro, at $3.00 its- d vareably in advance. . 8 X4V All transient adv'oitleements to be I1 paid in advance. 1. Obituary Notices and Tribittes $1.00 por y square, Words and Doeds. The world Is rife with nobler thought Than trenibles on the tongue ; Thie world Is full of melody, Unwritten and unsung. The itusio of a marol is sweet- d Du action is sublime ' p And each may live a nobler verse Than o'er was told In rhyme. Aweep from py sight those foolish books That vex my weary brain, And I will sit at Nature's feet Ier open page the plain- h And read a pleassnt roundelay In every blade that grows; A lyric In t...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 August 1869

THE .FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday Morniug, Aug. 25, 1869. Despories, Williams & Co., Props The Third ((onservative) Party. The eistenco' of a third party in the Southern . States claiming atten tion and respect by achieving two of he nuoat. sigual victories in Virginia andTen-essqe in the very start of its carqer, lllls the Radials with amaze. moent and chagrin, and seems to puzzle the unpiinblpled and incondtant parti san.now at the bead of the govern "Got so completely, that his indci sion and perplexity would be a most ridiculous farco, but for the fact that his petty malice and perfidious false boo d and meanness may lead him to inflIo6 upon the unfortunate but irre pressible Southern people additional outrage and wrong. Let Grant exact the irop-olad oath, if -he please, and if lo date, of the Virginia Legislature. It will. not destroy this party. He 6uld see the folly of attempting it, bj 6imply glancing across the line, and pondering the reaction in Ten nesse...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 August 1869

FArgn Ne*e Aio ijmiAti 17. Thebbr6.e been a great riot 'nong the minors at She$ieW. 80,Qth r0 ag d monitrated at Clowe, Ireland. iResolutions were adopted denouncing the dis-cstablish. ment. hOME, August 17. The Popo has decided to hold a universal exposition of Christian art next year. MnADo, August 17. The papers deny that thero.are any negotiations for the sale of Cuba. The Government desires the restora tion of order in Cuba before consider ing the subject. The rumor of a pro. position-looking to an Iberian utaion is offiially denied. HAVANA, August 17. The Government is conscripting all between the ages of twenty and fifty fivo. .1,500 were raised by consorip tion in Trinidad. MADRID, August 21. Notwithstanding in vasion and ..insur 1caon stori ', it is now believed that the Carlist movement is ended. TjisnoN, Auigust 21 It is rumored that the mail steamer reports that Lopez is at Ascurra, with twent.y prisonwrs, but short of war ma teral. The allies captured Villa Rica and wor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 August 1869

[Foothe Oharleston News.I 'Ai teRord' of Crime -A TOe~uszliu shown up by a To -rs uJOLwM--In hla recent do fence of himself from the charge of A oal treachery," C. 0. Bowen 4aP please4 Wivaake me the subject of ersolal rAfidotions- and insinnations, designed to injure my' reputation abroadj although they will doubtless have the effect, as emanating from -hitnvto oommend me to all honorable men who know his personal history. I roposq to Tely briefly to those re floojfons and show from the record that 0. 6, owen is hot a credible witness upon a question of fact. I rogret that I am obliged to make this rep y during his absence from the eiy ; bt the vices, like the virtues, f lorish togethor, and C. 0. Bowen has added cowardice to slander by flying from Charleston as soon as he had placed the manuscript of his sour rilloup article in the hands of the printer. Referring to Dr. Mackey's removals and appointments in the Customhouse, Bowen states, in his communication, "He (Dr. .M.) ame hom...

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

-ai Desportes, William & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature1 [Terms---$.00 per Annum, In Advance. VOL.1 Il.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1,1869. [NO. 11 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD is PUn11ilISHEJD WEEKLY BY DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & CO. Terrnm.-Tuts IiaRAtr) is pub)isled Week ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at 18.00 in. varcably in advance. 0&- All transient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. Love and Age. [We doubt not that mar.y a heart, cover. I ed by the frosts of even Rixty winters, will read the following beautiful lines with the emotions of younger years crowding about it; and he who never attempts to reae poo tr of any kind will be instantly touched wn his eye falls upon these lines: I I played with you 'mid cowslips growing, When I wes mix and you were four ; Wh leu garlands weaving, fdower-balls tbrow-I ing. Wert pleasures soon to pleaso no more, r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 September 1869

THE :FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBORO, S. C. .>auesday Morning, Sept. 1, 1869. ).%- pordes, Williams & Co., Props Th., Charleston News on Stato Politios fi another place, we print the con mont of the Charlestena News npon the course of policy we deem most pru dntiit and effectual for good. Its ob jections to it desorvo it respectful considoration. Ifindeed, tho whites do prefer to be ruled by political advon turers and negroes, and are determin ed to have "an out and out white man's platform," or take no pz'rt at all in the government of thoState, then its ob jeotions are of force, and we can only say, we are sorry for the future thatis inevitably and immediately before them ; for, since we are not lunatic nor monomaniac, we see cloarly how certain is the repetition of their de feat und discomfiture in the next elec tion. How can the News, professing to represent that Democratio party, which, in solemn convention, in 1868, bqfore negroe suffrage had been settled by Gran's election,a...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 September 1869

. 'elg2aphlo. ,~ L.OgDON,, 4iignst 24. Snreliklous festival- was receut ly being celebriited in Trani, Italy, large oranary d and gauze, sun rounded by tJ14 tapirs, and lo cated in A l A pai ensun - i sembhig ru t t ) n, womel an c Iie), wer6 IbroW ownil anl tra 0 a8 re. It . takei out d ared. HAiVNA, ugust 24. CvN 6l 00 nien and I w< gups, ro4ted 400 -iaiskirglits, near Jea cataq, in the central departniout. Th< rebeb% left twonrty killed. PaulS, Auguist 20. The Empress remains a week a Constantin(o! She line abnndone< her journey to Jertisalem. MAinium August 20. T pete will oficiate during Prin'~ alben .2 000 o t roops .%o .to, Cuib; within the nt-xt two weeks. The Cal li p'alo, ard ils 8Secrutary, receinth% ca eitirmd, have hOiedn Aceitence(d to dentil Several lhlei Carlists have also,. beer s enttnced to deth' - &'Libdh, Augit 28. The i'mIeS, commenting on the boal rac, iytie, A guoriaugR inifo iority #ib tberipg, hi oto):gh to coutifn tlki tistanlts. The' Alneri o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 September 1869

A Granid Old Pom. Who shall judge a ini,ai frout manners ? Who shall know hihn by his dress? l',ptaers tmay be fit for princes, Princes fit for something less. Crutmnbled shirt and dirty jauket May beclotli the golden ore 01 the deepest thoughts and feelings Satin vests could do no m ,re. Thore are springstof crystal nectar Ever welling out of stone ; There are purple buds and golden, hIidden, crushed and overgrown God who counts by souls not dresses, Loves and prospers you and me, While He values thrones the highest, But as pebbles in the sea. Man upraise-l above his fellows, Oft forgets his follows then ; Masters, rulers lords remember, That your meanest kind are men Men by labor, 6nen by feeling, 14en by thought, and men by fame, Claiming equal rights to sunShIn, In a man's onnobling name. There are foam.embodied ooeans, There are little wellolad rills, There are feeble ineh-high sapplings There are oedare on the hills ; God, who counts by souls, not stations, Loves and prospers ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 September 1869

Desportes, WliAis &o., Prorietorsi A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms---3.00 per Anbtim, In Adance. VOL 111J WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8,1869. [NO.12 THE ,AIRFIELD HERALD IS PUIiSUD WEEKLY AY DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & 00. Term.-Tnu JICRALD is published Week ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at 63.00 in Vriieably in advance. Mi- All transient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. e Rose, the Cloud, and the Ori. ole. A rAnLI WITHOUT A MORAL. Rose of Dainuscus-roso of all Queen of the roses of the world I The only flower that. ere his fall Adam thought fit to pluck for Eve. As once, she .Iy in slumber curled, And he, thoughl half afraid to speak, Said, "Lovely being, by your leave, Your husband give 4 you this-and this ;" Then laid a rose upon her chi ek A damask rose, and a kiss, The rosp before was not so red; But Eve awoke. And such a blush, With her emile mingling, ove...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 September 1869

THE :FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBORLO, S. C. Wednesday Morning, Sept. 8, 1869. Oespories, Williams & Co., Props The Lqid ommission. Though not afraid to speak prema turely, as the Phonic terms it, that is, though v dlo not wait for some body else to crook their fnoger, before we vonture to jump, yet the fear of doing nilsohief has hitherto prevented our commenting upon the land com. mission and spreading abroad among the negroes the villainy intended, and which we knew they would hardly oredi vs when we said, it will work them no good. Prudence no longer need now restrain us, for the matter is foolishly exciting them already. The vile miscreants that have made this land ebmmission appropriation of two huanded thousand dollars of State boids for the purchase of lands, to be disffibutcd among the negroes, "palter with them in a double sonse,-keep the promise to the ear, and break it to the heart.'' Could any true friend of the race oicourago them to break off from the most friendly inte...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 September 1869

rom Washington. WASIldOToN, August 31. i Is at ted that there aie 18,500 000 gallons of whiskey still in bon in the United Statesi Internal rey.9n e jolipts to-da $5000,0002% t . outh ove $15,000,000 ; late $36 500,0004 TrlPe Cribtnet Lotnt ie4 e.,assio till 4 o'olook. V~ids ' rs pubtWIntitest -OVee:ba dh rA4#bjec Of coai 1n0, 1)it., iO 6ri0o Wa taken'rageidigg them. Fish grpd ga fh (rom Bairlii game donj4ag the Yri-JedtIn of tb treaty by the Cbinese Ovverument. Sortotary Flah, in reply to inquiric from Cubabn, states he has no infoi mation as to any action of the Spanis Oovornment on the proporsitioui t b'Ji Culia. It is iehiever in Cuba Citcles that, the Seirano Governwet will make no decision in the mattei but will leave it to the King, who 1 to be oihoena by the votes on the 15L WAenrNoTrON, Septembet 2. W. G. Morri4 huea been appointe I ited StaCtes MarshaL fur Califarni fice R ld, .upUended - 4ud Claibor R. Woliy,' dLde At sy (O'r" th S' heeniW.4.1 Jut oi orid ' Gi1nt. told '5...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 September 1869

U weet S1Xt n. I. Per lady when I look at one So lovely and so loved as you, From whoso yotng life has not yet gone The rose's blush, tie morning's dew, I sigh to think of all the yeara Whose fading inemories wie between This neud the tieto when long ago, I lost my heart to Sweet 8ixteen. it. P'rote as they may of wiser thought, Of cooler blood and steadier train, Of earnest wisdom, dearly bonght By nxious care and baddoning pain In ill the years old time can bring, In all the longest. life has seen, There's are no hopes, other no loves, As sweet ao those of Sweet Sizteen. h. And though the Ohasm may wear away, As roses fado and dews exhale, 'hough glessiest looks ray turn to gray, And fairest checks grow wan and pale, Yot who can doubt those dearly loved, In minds of mortal eye unseen leyond the stars, shal' all regain The angel hues of Sweet Sixteen. "What a Pretty Little Hand." I am not a bashful wan. General ly speaking, I am fully as confident and forward as most of our sex. Ye...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 September 1869

* .A .- .. . ..... mm......amm .almaa .=nmm . . ..lamamaias1~a Ptes, W Proprieto1 A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature0 VOL. 111.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1 18. [N. 13 Tll11 FAIRFIELD ERALD is 1101n..41-is p n:: ta y DESPORTES. i t1:l MS & t0, 'ermL-i'.-TrN IT:na is plIil>hiel Weeli ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at 03.00 in. vareahdI, inl advance. K All transieut advertisonents to 1>c Pid n Titavan0ce, Obiltitary Notices al Tribuits $1 00 per equare. In tho Right bt) Strong. 0 *oldly forth and fear no ill, When fierce oppressors rise : Lot nuental strength. nbounrling still, Such puny foes diespise. Though stung witl *niany a bitter word, And persecuted long ; Let theni pass, as ir unhear<d. Audin the right be strong The noblest entsee ever known, llave net with scotr and jeer The brave, though jottruejing alone, Should never yield to fear ! Go onward-up the rugged sleep, Beyond the lagging I irong Thy own heart...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 September 1869

.FAIRFIED HERALD WINNS11ORO, S. C. Wednesday Morning, Sept. 16, 1809. D13 iprIos, Williams & Co., Props The Party Name. Tho Barnwell Journal proposes the mie Conservativo, but the wisdom of a ni-radical white and black party I formiing in South Carolina adopt name 0Ropublican," can be .!d urgued from the vehoment v with which soie of the State Cling to the name "Domocrat," wh it. has evidently changed its iato. A Democrat in nation j-1 polities. now tmcans cne who holds tc rialits of thet S(ates as expounded Day I nl Webster, a Federalist or i big, theml the( mot formidable of all t ho opponuis of Ilii Calhoun Demo Crats ; and uly rI'p01flbican can noiv otisisteitly hold the sonic theory. Y,4 tho Phani, the Abbevillo Press, the Laurensvillo //enrtr, and the Ifdgefield A'Ivertiser. go into octaoonR "over our democratic alliance, and deprecato desertion or 6tour tim. honored prinoiples !" If a set of in telligent white men are so misled by a ntamo, as not even to appear aware that...

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