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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 24 November 1869

Desportes, Williams & o., Prorietls] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature [Terms--$300 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. 111. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24,1869. [NO. 2 TIiE FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 'Unba.IRIHED WIKIY nY DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & (1O T'erm',.-Tna lIRnALIn is publisheel Week ly in the Town of winnsbora, at 03.00 in. eareab/y in altvnce. piny All transion'. advertisements to be paid in advanoe. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. Almost Thore. I :m almost there," Said a dying child, As lie upwand 'o 'ked And sweetly smiled; "The happy homes Of the blest I see, And an angel band Awaiting me. "I am almost there ! But do not weep ; In a Savionr's arms It is sweet to sleep," And he closed his eyes, And gently piaoed His folded hands Across his breast. 'I am almost. there ! Sweet Jesus, now." And the dawns of death L'erspread his brow ; And his brightening features Almost smiled, As we wept beside The dying child...

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. — 24 November 1869

TILE FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBO RO, S. C. W3dnesday Morning, Nov. 24, 1800. D)esmi' , Willia ms & Co., Props Cho University, an Agrioultural ollegoe, and a Military School. (,lumbia is the location for a State 1i varsity. Columbin is the location hr a State Military Aadomy. Co. vubia is the location for a State A ;ricultural College. And Colunm Lia in the location for a State Nor m .J Soihul. We do most earneotly tiut th it the present State Govern. int will soo the eminent propriety of treating with contempt and scorn the narrow-minded and vindictive spite of some who pretend to express public rentiment upon the groat question of State education, the sectarian bigotry and solf-interest of many others, the barbariad folly of others still who op. pose State education altogether, an.) whill go straight forward in the work of onlightoaing and developing the State, and of building up our own Stato capital to be an ornament and centre of universal attraction. In the last nu mber of DeBo...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 24 November 1869

SeaCIAJ. NorTce.--To parties in want of Doors, Sashes wiul Blind', we refer to the advertisement of P. P. Tontlo, the largo manufaotrtrer of those goods in Charleston. Priceo list furuished on application. July 20-9rm [Lfrom the now '"DotrsboN.") At this season, when coughs andeolds are to prevalent, an effectual remedy, and one easily obtained, is Porry Davis' Vegeta. b'.e "t'ain Killer." It its no new nostrum, vended by unknown ngents, but has stood the test of over twent y years ; and th'so who use the article, internally or external ly, will connect with it grateful recollec. Lions of its worthy inventlor.-J--fasiny's g Cronicle, C. 11. I'w, 1i~t ae--Thes 1e(pau tl+p iki o 'tht eillenoy of this V'nliigbltn" i oiituo 9' e s~uf11iit t -. to.. wrlh n't ,.'t :; tr. dlyo .01n inOtt t rh* ioltso. -Op (i vor ophil.i'i< (tbat no far'illy shonilA be wit hunt n hoido of it for a single hour. In flesh wonnds. aches, pains, sores, &e , it is ihe most effect uni retedy we know of. A b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 24 November 1869

Memory. In tLe heart's remotest chaniber, Pencilled on its ruby walls, where the light of days departed, With a mournful glory falls, T sore are many faithfnl pietares, Upon which we love to gaze, For they aro smiling races (f the friends of other days, This secluded, secret chamber, Echoes music to the car, Echoes music that we often Almost hold our breath to ir Voices of trhe loved departed, Fill the weary heart with pirt, As they coho sweetly, sadly. Like some half forgotten at-ain. Agrioultural Education. The history of agrioultural oduca e: tion in Germany is only one of the chapters of the history of polytech Iic education. At the outset the agricultural schools wore for poor peasant children. But with the pro gress of thought and experiment, this branch of education enlarged and ole vated its aims, till it has become final. ly to be tin honored and useful do jfartmont of university instruction. There now exists in Germany three somcwhat distinct classes of agrioul. t ural sch...

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

p1 1 r t 1- 1 MLL. 4,7 WJN+vO 'S. C. WENEDA MO, TIlJ0 FAIRFIELD HERALD is PUilHSIIK) W K;KtIY nY DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & C( Tern..-Tuat lSnALO is publishel WooIk ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at $3.00 ha varably in advance. j3 All transient advertisenents to b paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tribules $1.00 pe squaro. 1-Irm Ie Charleston Nevs. ^ News at the Capital-Governor's Mes sage, &c. CoLUi niA, November 24. -The La bor Convention met this evening About three hundred delegates wer p resent--nearly all black, and nost legisliators. The chairman was R. 13 Elliott, colored. The first speaker: were Stamford and Wright, colored and speaker F. J. Moses, jr. They al counselled temperance and modera tion, but did all they could to inflame the passions of their hearers. Mose: significantly reminded the conventior that the negroes had not obliterated by blood shed by negro hands the bloody stains of ages of opprossion. J. J. Wright told the convention that, as long as a few mre...

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. — 1 December 1869

THE FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday Morning, Dec. 1, 1809. Desportes, Williams & Co., Props Gov. Scott's Message, The news from Columbia. is, upon the whole, so much better tha weox poeted to hoar, that we confess to fooling cheered by it. The State gov ernment, through both executive and legislature departments, has taken do cided grouad agaInst joepardising the credit of the Stato and depreciating its present securities by ill-considered aid to railroads. dov. - Scott even. suggests a return to specie pay. monts as a means of still further strengthening the credit of the State. It may be6i'sl, that ho has doubtless purchased up State-bonds. Be it so; it is a good security for his good be havior, and his finanoial recommenda tious commend themselves to our judgment as both prudent and! saga eloue. They constitute, together with his recommendation of an agrieultural and polytohnio college, the best part of the message. But Governor Scott's thorough yankeeism and inabi...

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

Teleg.r'azp.1. Foreign News. Rosit, November 23.-150 Bishops have arrived ; many from America. PArts, November 23.-A meeting of the Italian Ministry, last night, re sulted in a dissolution--all resigned. The Suez Canal is not regarded a complete success at London. The im provements must be made before the canal answers the full requirements of commerce. Burlingane, with his Mandarins, is at ];lin. LONDON, November 23.--Communi cations from Dr. Livingston, dated Ujiyi, May 13, 1869, state that he was in good health, and treated well every where. MADnID, November 23.-The Bis hop of Havana was brought here to. day, under guard. LIvERPoO., November 23.-Many failures of Liverpool grain dealers are reported, including several firms with extensive American connections. The ship Spendthrift, from Shang h with tea, wasw reeked only forty fit ilcs from home port. LONDON, November 25.-The corn plotion of the Suez Canal has serious ly affected freights via the Cape of Good Hope. MAnmnR, Novembe...

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

I i- riose that's bent a i:h s unmer rain, Or iitd with itarthly crow, ,%erds rieber" perf'uute o'er again, And glows with lvelier.l.ue. The pearly drops that light within Its Iealy chalice rest, lit. freihrr beauties f.,r it win, Iis fragrant chartms at test. So, hearts how'd down with weight and care, Or crushed by bitter grief, Show clearer what their virlues are, While waiting for relief; .each tender sigh Is sweet, that springs Fron hearts by sorro* riven ; If on its partin breath it brings Some dearer hope of hoaven. [Prom the Charloiton Courier.] The State Survivors' Ass.oiation. OROANI/.ATIUN AND ELEUTION OF OFF ctlts. At one o'elock yesterday, the State Survivors' Associatlon inet in the South Carolita Hall. The meeting was called to order by Col. MoCrady, who moved that Gen. Kershaw be called to the Chair. Messrs. T. P. Lowndos and Pierre Bacot were ro (uested to net as Secretaries. On motion of Mr. T. 0. Barker, tho delegates present were roquosted to coon forward and reg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 December 1869

A .! ,; . r ,.yt A ""4f0'i' d 7 ryr r '4' I' 1,h!^ R v ', +A 1> T .. '4v MSC ~ 1' ; Desportes, Willams & Co., 'Propriotos]J A .family Paper,; Devoted .to Science, M,1.'Inquiry, Industry and Literaturi[exs-$.OprAnm nAvne VLli WJNNSBORO, S. C., WE~DNESDAY MO1lNINGDE MBR816.[O25 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Is I'BLItDMSHD Whi-;KI.Y BY DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & C0 Tmrnas.-Te. HRrAL is published Week. ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at 96.00 in. vareably in advance. Si- All transient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 pei square. Legislative Proceedings. sFKNATE. CO.UMnIA, November 29.--The Senate aisnembled at 12 M., President pro tem. Montgomery in theChair. Notices wore given of bills to estab. lish a dispensary at the County seats in this State, where the poor may re ceive tmedical and surgical aid free of olarge; to grant and give the consent of the Legislature of thi State to the purchase of a lot of land situate on Richardson street, in the city ...

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

THE FAIRFIED A$RALD W4sBoRo, f. (~ Wednesday , Dee. 8, 186f. espoo 8, Wlai3rs & Co., Props Interesting South Qarolina Statetieli, -A few ;hour.' careful study of the pirtial report of the census published wrby-the Commissioner. of -Agrioutture, Henry Sparniok, and oomparilen of i.s figures with those of the last Uni ted States census, bringe to light the following Interesting items: 1. The total population of seven teen co'uaties has increased but 62, it .row being 300,340 agaiont 800.278 in f the whites have increased to the "xtent of 1994. The blacks have do. resaised to the extent of 1982. , Nevertheleis, the blacks still outnumber the whites by 882. 4. But the voting white population exceeds the 'voting black population by 1127. 6. The whites have the majority of votes in the nine Counties of Andor. "mon, (theateriold, Greenville, Horry, Lancaster, Oconee, Pickens, Spartan burg and, York. 6th. The blacks have the majority of the votes in the eight counties of Darlington, Mar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 December 1869

Foreign News. HAVANA, Novembe 80.E-The Span. ish maid steamer brought 1,000 sol. diers. The insurgents attacked 'San Jose, on the Nuevitas Railroad. They captured a sally party of eighteen, but were fnally driven off. The Cubans lost thirty-four. PAns, December 4.-Rochofort has created intense excitement in the Corpi, by a demand that the National Guwid be ordered to guard the hall, fo' the protection of the deputies. LONDON, )oomber O.-The Lanoa.. ,hire mills have roumed full time. MADRng, Docember 4.-The eusti. tutional guarantees recently suspend ed have been restored. HAVANA, Deoambor 4.-The Sp.n, ith Bank will is.ue 6,000 rialb, our lenoy, as an additional loan to the Government. Authentic information received here fron Santiago de Cuba, November ;3, reports the landing of a fllibus. Bring expedition from the Cuban pri teer Teaser, in the N ipe Bay, and that a great quantity of military stores reached the interior in safety. On the 20th the Spaniards attacked the in-urgents, wh...

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

LFrom' the Amjusla CoiUtuiiongildt)] A Seyulchre of the Ages.' lDoubtle s uae of )our readers 1.vo hea,d. of the _0b'arleaton Phos, hatos, but few probably have any , istiuct idoe of the nature and exteut of tle deposits thut designated, and a brief accogntof a rccout visit to one If the mines inay perhaps provo not only interest ing"but instructive. A pleasant drive up Charleston Neok -a portion of the way over fine sheil-rood bordered by the fertile and highly cultivated truck farms or mar kmrot gardens for which that locality is noted--brought as into the neighbor hood of the Wando mines, aituated on the Ashley River, nine miles from the We drst caught sight of the pie turosquo works of the Wando Conipa ny, fron an elevation of some twenty fot above high water, whence the land slopes gradually to the river bank. Making our way over ground already worked we came to the open trench where some forty or fifty hands were engaged with spados, pioks and forks, laying bare the deposit an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 December 1869

esportes, Williams& Co., Propnietors. A Family Paper Devoted to Scence t nquiry, ndustry and Lteratu.e- 0r VOL. 111.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNE~bAY MORNING, DECEMBER 15, 1869. [NO. 26 TI lE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUBIIS1IED WKI;KiLY lIT DIESPORTES. WILLIAMS & (0 Terma*-Tat, HEnALID is pubIishod1 Week. ly in Ihe 'Town of Winnsboro, at 63.00 in, vareably in advance. iaj All trausiont adverlisononis to bc paid in advanoe. Obituary Notices and Tribules $1.00 pet square. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. WAsiNO-rIN, December U.-The flowing is the President's Message road to-day in Congress: To the &nate and 17ouse of Representatives. GEORGIA To DE ItECONSTRUCTED. Seven of the States which passed the ordinances of suc.sion have been fully restoted to their places in the Union. 'Tihe eighth-Georgia-held an election at which she ratified her Constitution, republican in Sirm elect. ed a Governor, members of CongresP, State Legislature, and the other ffi cers required. The Governor was in stalled ;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 December 1869

THE PA RFIED HERALD WIYN8Oou, S. C. . duhwaay oiniig, Deo,15, 18t9. iUspot'ie, Williats & Co., Props T,he ersidt' aep5g The lt16itiob tak dd 1y 1%siderit (rant against the recognition of the Ldiligorepieits of the Cuban insur gents, will probably be sustained by T'1hY86' ft. " Ei idd6 UfCbib,"T tl t alone, til1 becomo nd utterly iorthle 4 tb Spaiu,hnat It''Aii l6 de ' Fjrio; f detiroll, No tsct'f'. Trhe rootutuodatio to roconstruet Glcorgia again; prom'sow'copinpletel+ the chatcter t ' our government is .hatiged, and that State righs now mean only those - that exitt by tie tutforanoe of thoGeneral government. Wtuduoll P'hillips has lathly annoutinor (1 the idea of public' education b1 the goveruent, and General AlWr ar(i's late recommendation to that ef. feet.an I ono little olause'f tiis mes. sage, constitute to Vr nilpC tle eloi nH bigger than t mari'd hatfd, in this and1 other centralizing meast.es,,that threatens no ordinary storm. Pub lie education by the' Washington gov er...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 December 1869

From Washtgton. V ? tixOTOIOee.6. -n 4he Rouse efter-ieffetaeor te t ivestigate*< ecent gold paintethe eensus .as ueeum ed. In the Senate there is nothing doing The Reconstruction Committee heard a dozen speakeiri regardieng Virginia and adjourned to Saturday, when other arguments mi.st be given in writing. ry.pgDjsuli i4 lj n~ it~b$ 'ASnINOTON, Drcember 7.-Th( great Nuithern mail for the Souti failed to connect this morning on ac. count of the snow storm. It prevail, ed throughout the West and Nortl and delayed mails. *Tho Coisnassoner of Agriculture, in his report to the President, esti. mates the cotton crop at 2,7u0,000 bale!. The Sanatory and Monbers of the Iouxe elect, and several memi era of the Legilature of Virginia, visited the President this morning, and thank. ehim for the recommendations in t Mc. sage. The President hoped that the future conduct of Virginia would justify him. The delegation asked the appointment of Alex. itivo. to one of the new District judgeships. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 December 1869

Happily Exprcs: ed, fricu-lship is lasting, Love pissejli ntway, Therefore chooyo f rtndshlp, f' vo brin'gei 1ses, 5' u Fie a hp I COLUtuUIA, Docombcr 6.---Thomas introduced a bill to authorize anl ap- y .propriation of $1,000,00 in Stato bonds for the purchase of lands in this State fo' hometiadt;" Whicli'asI read and roferrod to Couummittee on WaT, and llais. s I.NvA T . c The Sonato asoetbled at 12 in., 1Iro.idont pro tempore Montgomery in t he-Chair. The i'resident laid before the Snet ate ai communication from the State I Auditor relative to the resolution of the Senate roferring to that olicer, the petition of George W. Williams f ail others, nterolhanUt of Charlestotl, prat) log for relief from double tax, aintl reui'eaiting infoi nation as to uat " ter thei:inh ct forth. Ordered for consiido: ationi to-muorrowy. The petition of the Sisters of our Lady of Mieroy, Charleston, 8. (., pray ing for ian Act of incorporation, was referrcd to the Committoo on Ineotporatione. '.l'h C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 December 1869

fesportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$3 00 per Annum, In Advance. VOL.11it] WNSOO .CW D EDYM RIG EEBR2,89 N.2 FAIRFIELD HERALD is PUni,18HEo WinKI,Y ny DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & CI Terms--Txtt IIRALn is published Weel ly In the Town of Winnsboro, at 93.00 it vareably in advance. A0'' All transient advortisements to I paid in advanoo. Obtuary Notiee add Tributes $1.00 pi square. Twilight. Like a wearied gentle spirit, 'I hatt slowly glides away Is peace .od calm content:nent, $o fades the dying day And as the shades of ovening Are deepening all around, lie les,.es his farewell k'sses, Upoa the dewy ;round. Far sweeter than the midnight, Though that Is sweet to me, When doep-souled thoughts are surging Like billows of the sea. Far fairer than the noonday. Though that be fair and bright, Is the sweet mysterious 'marriage Between the day an I night. Waslaington Correspondene Charleston Courier. W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 December 1869

: .YR~D{PALDI hos lay Morning. Dec. 22, 1009." )pj'$o, Williamtis & Co., Props seer1Flw> oraV ant1 thcir Unce. T h. . l.jscri.ut n h;t i n in who have t.o soise enoughi 1 to speutlate, make u ,j t uKo.olt rjieeulito to advan envy of those w o < u not make idog', agiinat tlied that do, which euniyets ly ptavades s~ocioty. Why j.,ulu not . a tnan who has acounula. i s'oie unrplus capitt.I, emibark it in P' l ~isjq f hitt inoolve great risk of 0lti .-.*"1 h a fair ohane of gain, uh ha a Giud to ? Can hm sot do wh~at he will with his own ? If he r wore to offer to lend it to you, who carp at him, ten chances to one, you would engerly borrow it, and a hut. dred chances to one,' would not rot urn it according to eontiact. To such a losing speculation as this you can Fee no manner of moral objection, but be. 01110 a loud-mouthod con;ei voter of public morals, when he refuses such' a risk, and ssumus much lighter ones. Now this lending to the poor is specu lation, though very poor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 December 1869

NSWAnIt December 16.-A boat containIpg a party of thirteen work inon, who had been engaged in put ting up tho frame work of the new draw-bridge for the New Jersey Rail road Company, ovei- the PassaIo, cap sized ,tie ioop as. the men werp going to dinner, and ''our and ono boy drowned.,,T.hey. were iron-workers, in the etnptoynent lof the Pittsburg Bridge' 13 ih'd "Cotn panf. Their Ouae f Jphjp Illey,.Thomtas Kilso, Villlatn Manuboster and John Leo ard,'of Newark,. and Timothy Grif fith; of Pittsbtirg, Pa., all uInnat ri.d. CoLrtnu' , ., Doceminber 18. leo. lgle was kiklod ii a taloonri at 2 u'clock this iu'nintug.' Pter Dash am k nook I;,p ja opvrt ay4 Peter Troot knocked 'e Is head against tho floor, breakih hlt 'skull. The men had tpt 1$ ight in a'ganabling Ea loon, s'nd' Wre drunk. Troot and )esham have been arrested. J Az rJTON, PA;, Ddeember 18.-A c 1 nripe caveg to-dsay, carrying down to ageshousep tpo lives lost. New York Market. Num;Va)olK, Dco 18, ' I'. M.--Cot. ton dull an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 December 1869

You are cihateen to day ated life's sunny lla vi hroke n in splendor over your head, lr:gt as the luw on the opening flowers 'T ..:t mo.estly hide in a sott mossy bed. Yes, eighteeu to-day-in the bloom of your i1 youth l Ainn high fur the holy, the pure and the good ; De stea(lfst in virtue-and bat.le for truth, A nd Ike in t he 'eauty of true womanhood. Jut eighteen Ic.day-t hen arm for the fight ' 'rust an:ion, Miil 'olly, and wrong cG ito l Q" 0 utd the Ad your arm ar. your hlie i shall to s1trung Ye, eightcon toet~dy-then here's to your Itoitil' i, N, wit h wine, hut with water refined. My toant i s your purity-and a fadoless wea,' It O hi: ttty of ho-irt anal of mind. That Wife of Mine. \Vo ued to be very happy, my wife and I. I was a simple farmer in thoe day -, and I thought it flue fun. B, dit of huri knooks, and harder economiay, I had managed to amass a competotice, which, if judiciously cared for, would have lasted us a good long lifetime. One rainy morning, however, my w...

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