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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 20 April 1870

Deaportes, Wiiliams&. Co., Proprietors. A Family Paper, Deoted to Science, Arutyantieaur,.em.~m3O erAnm n dane Art n nquiry, Idsr n ie VOL 11iT WI *NNSBORO, so co, WEDNIE DAY MORNINGARL2,80 N.4 THlE FAIRFIEl.D HERALD IS PUBLSIFD WERKLY nY DESPORTES. WILLIAM$ & G( Terms.--Tn a HNRALD is publlsbed Week y in the Town of .WInn1sboro, at 83.00 ill vareably in advance. MW* All transient advertisements to b paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 pe square. The Down-Trodden Land. 3T rAT3RI IYA. Yes, giva me' the land where the ruins ar s p red,. And the living tread light on the heart o the dead ; Yes, give we the land that is bleat by th dust, And bright with the deeds of the down trodden just; Yes, give ine the land wheye the battlel w lid blast. 1ias dashed on tii future of the form of the past Yes, give m tIhe land that hath egends an; That tells of the memory of long vapishe< days ; Yes, give me the land that hlth story and song, To tell of the strife of the ri...

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. — 20 April 1870

HFIELD HERALD ul4iWhed Every Wednesday at W YJS O1R3Q S. C, Vor Desportes, Williams & Co. -o TERMS-IN AD VANO,. vCv ono year, $ 3 00 " ' - 1!501 En " '' " - - 2500 7tO f..'t 9eonesof the Appomattox 3ur render. John Esteu Cooke, in hil new book, 'a. i mer and Rapior," sayS . Tite day pa.-ed, and the night on the Ifl'h the army surrendered for mally, stacked nrms, abandoned their columias, at;d disperse-i to their bomes. 'Thti Fedoral couimind e.r had actod ihioughout al with t be generosity of a r'.' 'ie t'itai it a of a gentleman. Not, a caheer wa heard, not a band pIe' in lie Fodoral army. Whon far tff a shou ro- ovur the wvoo'.,L ono (t Ih11l F'ader a) oflicura iastened to : / ti f r it. "Tunt isth - rear guard-these ful. .jWti (lIs di o.C of the fighting." 'Tho 1 1 ho fough t-tho vetern armny of h Potoiao, tried in l:atalo in th'irt o lenl, in Oli the h!ard life of t h'd soldir.-t hey dlid nlotoeboer v h,e their old advc rtarios mirrender . 2noy .were silent, and F.aluted une...

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. — 20 April 1870

Foreign News. LoNDo9g, April 2,-C ptain Lacon publishes a comniunilotion in the Pall .fall Gazet~e wherein he defends the officers of the American steamer Oneida, and says sinces the order of the Council of August 4, it is doubt ful if there Is any rule of the road at sea. ST. JonN'b, April 12.--The new pi lot boat John Mullen, eight days out, it is feared is lost, with all aboard. MADRID, April 14.-Riots broke out at Seville yesterday, on aceount of atteampted enforcetnient of conscrip. tion. Dario city charges that the. recent revolt in Arragon was brought about with Cuban money. friom Wasimngton. WASHINGTON, April .12.-Able law. yers have been retaiuod by each party in the Bureau Howard corrtiption in. vestigat idn. Revenue receipts th-day $185,000 ; for the wouths to date $6,000,000 A dispatuh received by the Spinlah Minister here to-day asserts that the Spanish Bank of Havana has loaned the government $5,000,000, without iutereat. The President has nominated S. T. Day, of Flori...

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. — 20 April 1870

Thero is No Death. . Rt1 8ULWan LTtOhI. There is no death I 'I lie stars go down To rise upon some fairer shore ; And brighat in iinven.'s jowelled orown lhe't- shitbe fer evermore, There is no death I The dust we tread Shall chbago beneath the summer show ert To golden grain or mellow fruit, Or rain-bow tinted dowers. The granite rooks disorganizo 'lo feed the hungry plants they bear; The forest leavo drink daily life From out the voiceless air, There is no death ! The leaves may fall, ' he leaves may fado and pass away I They only wait through wintry hours The coming of the bf:iy. There is no death ! An anrel form Walks over the earth in eilent tread I He bears our best love I things away, And then wo call the:a 'dead.' He leaves are hearts all deso ate. Helpless our f irest. sweet .t flowers Transplanted into bliss, they now Adorn immortal bowers. The bird like voice, whose joyous tonos Made glad there scenes of ein and strife, Sings now an overlasting song Amid the tree uf life....

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. — 27 April 1870

prtes o., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Sciencer Art' Inquiry, Industry anid Literature, rTu.ms--$3.00 per Annum I Advance VOLf 111.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 27, 1870. [NO.4 FAIRFIELD HElALD 18 PnLISIISD WEEKI.Y BY DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & 00 Terms.-Tits IIERnALD Is publishod Week y In the Town of Winnsboro, at 63.00 in vareably in advance. V&" All transient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per sqn are. TIE MA1lRTYl OF THE SOUT1[ -:0: There is a gloom to-day in Charles ton. It is not often that a great city feels, but when this great heart of humanity, whose every pulsation is a life, can feel, the result is more terri. ble than the bloodiest battle. Yes, when those arteries of a eity, its streets, and lanes, and alloys, thrill with the same feeling; -when, like an electric chain, it darts invisibly from one breast to another, until it swells ten thousand hearts, the result is ter. rible. I care not whether ...

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. — 27 April 1870

THE FAIRFiELD HERALD rubllshed Evary Wednesday at WI .NSBO R O, S. C., BT Desportes, Williams & Co. TERAIMS-N AL) VASNCE. Oqe Copy one year, - $ 8 00 Fivo " " . - 12 60 Ten " " - - 2600 The Oolumbia Robbery. On Sunday morning, 17th instant, about 9 o'clock, as 11r. A. C. Davis, one of the officers coimected with the Int' inal Revenue )partmcnt, was entering the passage-way leading to his .office-which is in the second story of the building in the Court House square, occupied by Messrs. Scott, Williams &. Co., as a banking house -he observed a ball of twine on the floor, behind the door ; on stopping to pick it up, ho found that the cord pass ed through a hole in the side wall of the bank. His suspicions becoming excited, he immediately went out and related the circumstance to two no quaintancos, when the trio returned and made an examination of the premises. The rear door of the bank was found ajar, and the parties enter od ; the doors leading into the front office were all ...

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. — 27 April 1870

Those of our businehs tgen wishing Bill-leads, totter-Heads, Cards;. ;velopes Posters, &o., in any and every style, can have their orders promptly filled - at this office. Our work will cotppete both in style and price !ith ny printing.sbl hment iu: Zboe 8 ato. New Advertisemnents. Wanted I Wanted I 1-R. J. Mo. Carloy Irish Potatoes-Moltityre & Co.. Sheriff Sales-P. F. FraLee, Sheriff Riabland District.. Cesnse. It is highly import tut that our City Fathers should see that the streets and backyards are thoroughly cleans ed for the hot days of the up proaching S.mmer. Cleanliness is necessary to health, and in order to secure both, our citizens should assist the authorities by keeping their lots in a condition that. will ensure health. Announcement Extraordinaa WY. The Richmond Whig containr :' following announcement MARtRIED. YouNo-MArTIN AND O'Erim. In Salt Lake City, U-ah, on the 16th ult., in-the presence of the Saints, El der. Brig ham Y.o,uug. to Mrs. J. R. Martin,?Miss...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 27 April 1870

hn The Old Story. WYhtln visions of her f. ce colne o'er ure, Of her sweet face so far awsy, 1 say what lovers said before n,u, What lovers will folever -ny That flowes bluoot sweeter for her being, Thgt birds Oing sweeter for her seeing, ThAt grats is greeher, skies mere blue, That. all thing take a brighter hue ; Lovers have said those thing.z before Lovers will say thew -evrmore. O sweet yopng love, that in all ages 'Betrs ever one eternal form ! With lasting youth your oldest pages Glow ever, ever fre-h mal tl warn', o dear old etry, e'vr y .ung ! Poets hnve prin.ed, atists Sungl; Bure naught. in life is half so sweet, Death cannot make you incomplete, Loyers have sald these things before; Lovers will say them evermore. Georgia Bill. The following is the text of the Georgia Bill as passed the Senate: W1hercas, great Irregularities have been practiced in the organization of the Legislature in the State of Geor. gia, both in its first orgarization, and in the expulaion of certain ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 4 May 1870

- ~i +iW v4 w S Qf 44$ .t Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devted to Science Arty 1 rndustry.andLIterature..* (Term 3 0pr Annum, In Advance. VOL.1] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNEfljt ' 8; NO46 T1 ilS t FAIRFIELD HERALD is rcm.rsnr.n vt:t:i.Y Y DES.POR'ES. WILLIAMS & 0 Termna.-Tur iHIaRALn i-s publishe'l Week yin the Town of Winnsbor-, at 8:3.O9 in vurcabl! in adr.nce. pil All transient advertisements to he paid in advance. Obituary N&tlces and Tributes $1.00 per equaro. Itest. Uinst is ,not )iltingt The busy oarecr Rest is the fitting Of self to one's sphere. 'Tis the breok's ninlion, Clear without s: rife Fleeing to the ocean After this life. 'Tis loving and erving The highest. and best : 'I'is onward unswerving, And this is true rest. . Froui the New York Ledogr.] NIGHT AND MORNING. A ;tcry of 1irlnistinltial Evidttellce. BY 8YLVANUS CODB, JR. "No, no, Old Boy-yout must wait over to-morrow, at least.'' "itt, my dear To:n, this, you know, is the day L h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 4 May 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Published Every Wednesday at WINNSBORO, S. G., Br Desportes, Williams & Co. TERMS-IN ADVANCR. One Copy on year, a $ 8 00 liee " '' " - - 1250 Ten 4 " " ." 26 00 Terible Accident, . Rroitonn, VA.; April 27.-A lige orowd was ollee.tpd in t1x4 upper por. tion of the, Capitol building, this morpigg, where the Supreme Court of .Appoale is located, to hear the decis ion In tbo mayorality case of Ellyson vs. Cahoon. About l1 a. to., the. floor gave way beneath the dense weight, precipitating the crowd to the floor below, upon the conservative can cus then sitting in the ball of the House of Delegates. It is impossible to ascortain the extent of the injuries. at this hour. Among the killed are: P. H. Aylett, Esq , a distinguished lawyer of this city; Dr. J. 13. Brook, a reporter for tho Enquijrer and Ex. aminer; Sam. Eatou, Clerk of Mayor Cahoon; Cant. Wm. A. Charters, Chief of Fire Department; N. P. Howard, a lawyer; Ash. Levey, a ineobant; Chas. Watson, of the Dan...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 4 May 1870

9 oal for Young L e--B R ku NI?'ripoip ,: Frsol Ale jett rea } vod t. , W To' ;Physliano ~~I~~ 4 b etr y ~~w t 0ol I t ~ I t t ' ~ S ilirr.O iM e j Sri' tality good as tb. ev r ry iudly rpRstod us with aglas,,'aind we. have tibd it. :Seo their advertfIaent. Notice to T:,Payers--John W. Clarke, County ''re4s;: .lbtAblishod in.1859--Charles Mul ators N t co--Jhn 4. Astr eS pr r Ja4b Judge . 2, or S 1e-.'P. Macfo . 'IMe llichaond Cs iity. The news of the terrible catastro phe at Richimond, Virgitiia, will ex oite the profound sympathy of ou, readers, for the suffereri, their rela tions and friepds. . The: aooident. Was occasioned by the falling of. the, gal lory of the obl; Se:ate Chaniter, now used for its sessions by the Virginia Court of A ppeals.,,: l\lany pers. a.lItad assembled to hear the'decision in the Cahoon-Ellyson case-a case of much public interest--when the-floor gave Way beneath the enortnous weight, and fell about twenty feet to the ground floor, and carried with it the...

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. — 4 May 1870

First, and Last. Y BAnToN u1a, Thiey st togothIt 'r, litnl In hand. al ''he sun,et llikur..l In w: lit The fickle e- ere-1 ucr pt 1 the M mstill, And caught the aftter-glow. Ile sang a song, a little song, io No other poet knew, " ra And she looked ut and I hougit himu stroug, [t Looked down, and ireamied hin true. Tlo fokle sea orept'up (he stra , c Atd'aughed a wanton laugh- as Took up the song Ih poet planned, Antid sang the other balt'. * * * * * * iv Thnes change ; lie two went diherse w,ys ;s The evening sha<de4 inereaso C On him, grown old in fame and praise, at And her in household peace. W4 The echo of the false sweet words, A Ite spoke so long ago. of HIas passed, ts paSs thie sinunter birds ai leforo the winter snow. c limt nas to-night the Angel's bann' ti Loosens the silver chtotrd, Amid calls her to that i er i[.ntnd t Of Love's supren,e rewari, Bhe hears but one sound, 13i ng, A whisper soft and( !w-. The echo o' lihe fl e : '-:d ung lie sang so long ago. General T...

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 May 1870

a rtes Wi a& Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Scien , Inquil du'ty and Literahure [Tenns---$3.00 per Annurl, In Advance WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY 1MORNN Y1 17[ , :. THI 'URFELD RERALD 38 4 1'UDt.18H1tD, Wr.KKLY flY DESPORTES. sWILLIAMS & (0 -Fjnps.--Tun litnA& is published Week yiT the-Town bfWinfisboro, at.$$,00 in r palCnt~ adverlisemoents . to be pa ad ance. Obituary Notices and Tributes'$L.00 per square. "PO'NOCWt4is.. Wb teshoulai man 1eslte to leave ? A "ttslesswork ; a-nools life ;' ., Some music harmonised fron strife, Sopse ,ish'd thing, ere the slack hands at eve Yrop', should be his to leave. One goim of song, defying age:. A hqrMwon fight ; a well..work'd farm ; lw no guile cani twist to harm; S 6'ti, 'as driThiokeray's brighf, or dago As the just ltallaw's page. Or, in Ie'' ho's .'mi,anest spat, 'Tr itikethe o1role Qf his'yets ; -A pert6ettaree th'ough joys and tears. Leastlg a,ppre 1ame to be known' or not This,ip ta;'ue mau's lot. lid didsrh...

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 May 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Published Every Wednesday at WINNSB OR O, S. C, By Desportes, Williams & Co. TERMS.-IN AD VANCE. One Copy one year, - - $ 3 00 Five " - - - 1260 Ten " " 25 00 Forgery - Head Olerk Treasury Depart ment in L mbo. Yesterday, one of i he most cunning. ly devised. villninous and daring rPhelteos of rascality was disclosed. W. W. Snmpson, head clerk of the State 'resurv Department, and one Captain Metcalf, Inte of the United States army, and who fi,nred exten. sively in South Carolina at. the close of the. wnr na coniniandant of the Post At A bbeville, Bennfurt, and other parts of the State, nre the guilty parties, as e , far discovered. The facts of the casie, as we leare" themt, are as follow The State, in 1859, issued bonds pntynhle in live years, to the amount of $310,000, in aid of the Blhte Ridge Railroad.- The bends were taken by the Blue RitidLg Railroad C"ropany at p-tr. 1t be used-by the in in the construe ton of their road. A nnnber of these bonds, whic...

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. — 11 May 1870

as ; a , %4t A; '@ ' *)fe aink li ' " A ?* e.a by *ailv E~ Tlte gt 'I p nge~),~ li _ ~~eby- aS *41Verei ti at , Wheeler, that the bsaU4 4 '.: ionato yS csm tI 118 e' drilled,". We notice a,great inprove ment in the ippoaranoe and general bearing of the boys. Rea4:It. The last number gf-the Rural Caro. lieiat is itself worth the subscription ptioe of ai'i'monthe. If it keps im proVing,tepq40r,a.tJe4, it givey i; so. attractive .So shape,- ..44dbt, but add thousaiderof-dollars.to-the productive resources of the- State. A Dancing School for tse Chil dren" Can none of our yoiing. ladies stait a dancing Ochool for the children, say at a dollar a motith;'or' $5 a quarter, that will -afford- amusement, and com municate ease of wanner and of move ment t We belie. tbat it would succeed# and after a little, they could in4por r, o ei. ,do assiA hem: ,fr a. few woekev Elec,ien.1 , At the ammniversary tiertting of- the Hook' "rE Ladder Coiipagy, No 1, held dih Tuosday night- laOt, the fol. lowin...

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 May 1870

My 5ecvct. *wi yonr headei, o tall trees, above .;sru, ) listen, sweet flewers, below 11u's t.ine furOver--my love, toy love I Mly secret of ecrets now you know. G:tyly ru-tle the lemes tn i prss ; All w ebloieo.ns 'imile in the grais ; Carol the b)irds upon every bough ; "ilappy,'' they all s.ay-"Ilappy art thou." Dear little birds, throughout all the land, Yo will tell this secret of inine erelong, But t one will be atblo to understand ; They will only say : $ Ilow sweet the song !" And the Itowers will whisper my tale to. iight To the tuiries that come in the clear moon. light ; And the leaves will murmur it soft, and low To the summner.*inds that among them go. 0 birds, will you leave us when days are cold ? Will the flowers wither, the leaves grow sure ? Little brook, will the frost your wavelets hold ? Will the earth be n'o,.as It was last year ? To thh world shall winter coie by aend by But when leaves hall hll, and when flow. era lie, And th- woodland singers are over the se...

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 May 1870

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms--43.00 por Annum, In Advanc VOL.111.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 18, 1870. [NO. 45 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PURbISIIKD WKEEIX ]t DI*PORTES. W ILLIAMS & CO Terms.-Tun Iii ALf k pubishcl Week. y in the Town of Winnsboro, at 03.00 in. vareabiy in. advance. j3eirn& All asient, advertiuemonts rto be paid in atlvance. Obituary Notices 'aud Tributes $1.00 per sQttare. Oharleston Immigration O-nvention parts of Couwmtees. 'The Committee on Immigration, by their chairman, Col. J. P. Thomas. rnade a favorable report oft the com Iunication of A. Y. Lee, and recom mended that the project of Mr. Lee be endorsed by the convention and iecommended to the consideration of the public. The report was adopted. The same committee, to whom was referred the general subject of iwni gratiou, and a4 papers relating there., to, mt do the followving report RE,rORT ...

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. — 18 May 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Publiabed Every Wednesday at fl WINNSBOR1O, S. C, by Desportes, Williams & Co. T?RMS-N ADVANO. One Copy one year, - 800 Five ~ ' - - - 12 50 Ten " " " - - 26 00 Obsequies of the late H. P. Feugas, 1 We weie assigned a part yesterday < in discharging the melancholy duty, of n committing to the tomb in St. Lawrence I (Catholic) Cemetery, the mortal re. I mains of l'im whose name heads this 1 paragraph. Mr. Feugan died at his r residence on Broad street, after a briof f illness on Tuesday evening last, aged a sixty-four years. The respect and I esteem entertained for lin in this con- I munity, were fully evinced by the largo ' concourse of mourners and friet,ds who filled Cathedral Chapel, in QuPen-street, on the occasion of the celebration of his funeral rites. A greater solemnit.y could not well have pervaded any as. remblage than did thi. as the imposing rites of the Catholic Church were nor. formed ove tlh retnains, by tho Rev. Dr. Quigley and the Rev. F...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 18 May 1870

Now Advertisements. Tutt'e Hair Dye-Ketohin, Mo. Master & Brice. Mrs. Obear School, opens let Juno. See advertisement for terms, &o. Hay I Hay 1! Hay I I I-One hun dred bales at Bacot & Co. Corresposadents Will remember that we do not pub lish communications whore the real name does not appear. They can sign any noni de plane they like, still their real name must accompany all eonimuications, no 'matter of how much interest is it to the public. We cannot deviate from our rules. O - Contractors will not be allow ed, under their contract, to advertise any other than their legitimate busi. ness unless by paying specially for such advertisement. First of tae Season. We tender our thanks to 1r. R. L. Mobley, of Yonguesville, for a mees of Irish Potatoos of this year's growth. They are of the early Rose variety, and are extra fine for this season. Mr. M. tells us that this va riety is very prolific. IiMease Among tihe Poultry. We learn from a number of our -citizeus that there...

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. — 18 May 1870

[For the Ilerald.] t THE OLD MILL. - :----. III ZAIDEE. ----:0: 'So blue yon winding river flows, It seems an outlet from the sky, Whero, waiting tall the west wind blows, h The freighted clouds at anchor lie." Longfellow's Poems. V On the banks of a deop but narrow l stream in one of the most beautiful q aud seoluded sections of the brave old a State of South Carolina, stood an an. 1i cient mill which had done good sor- e vice in its time, but was rapidly be. a coming sadly dilapidated and gave c fair promise of soon being converted into a mass of ruins. Every freshet I that came was expected to boar it on- 9 ward with the waters in their wild career, or dash it headlong against some of the numerous small islands t that dottod the bosom of the river. The old building had .intained its I ground we:l and had battled with many a furious storm, but nature mst have its course-the aged must I pass away and give places to the 1 yeung, the .ctive and the vigorous and so, slowly it followed...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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