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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 24 October 1866

OLd. 1] . WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDALY MO NING, OCTOBER 24, 1866. [NO. 19 FAIRFIELD HERALD SA I L A 11), D NP081ORTES & U0. T.:rmA. -T 'll: I llA 1.) i pL.lishIel Vuk. ly inl Ilie Town ot winnusbr, at 93.00 in-. -iarca!,/y :n '((Il'aOner. I"A transiei alverikemenl to be pairl Ill nd linneo. Obitton y Notices aud Tributes $1.00 Per sqpiare. The Impoachmoit. Thv! New York 11'll has tOho fol. ~in ii! nnirble article onl Bvitler's thre~ened npeacmentof, the-,rei Thi~igenusfallaeyv resis u1pon anl a innplio wihi ith little eru'Itiny will i ie r mlr impaclment. siands inl Lth! S:Mnn! rl-Ii.m .i thle tribunaivl ap. I. mintd in.try him that -an-. ordlinary (r1im1na doei to ain ordinary court. Be 1ans.a ir it j iStice never tries a criminal iilt'As it, hm.a cistody of his per , i iinfrrel that lie samo I-ilo hol: ii the It rial of -tnl impeached oflicer by the IInate. Tito alidlogy fails in 0 > -neuiIIe (if i tota diferenice inl the I biiy of the pirsons iccussed. The * on iitultiml d...

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 October 1866

Th1 ii '-V ilo . . ona)Mf the 5th inlst.- say .s: In thel( cours4e ot' lin Inter Niew 01h't we. had1 With .1-l-J4iero-Dhavis inldl o :-, I8.,, t',o subjeot of the I ,m11s ?f, %I ..eew ., Iinirod uved. M1r. IRyis kts -.Lhat was te chief ob j(et i ill of' tie North to th11 reco nition of Soltiiter iidleidelilico. 10 atll swored thiat the North know perifiactly uell, ats Ilu unistionably lie did, that if sht would lay (own her arms and consent to the division of the Union into t'wo confederacios, she herself would very soon be dissolved ; that Stato after Stato--States singly and States combinedly-would secede and the whole No.rth be split up into'pOtty pwer-, or no powers, all of them con in tie eyes of mankind and -Xthomn willing to contribute - men1lit of the nntional debt.. Sirepl ied, wit his character - mu', that this was certainly -m 'ha l the same thiing would h1 punild probably happen all the * o'n ii' the North should prosecute the w:. We thought at the time that A. Davis was...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 24 October 1866

~i From Baltiniore, 1 rLTMORE, October 22.- iresident Johnson visited this oit, co-day in ao ceptIco or an infation froim the Yoiung Catlio Frie)ds' Society, to be present a the - closing session of their Plen y Council. ie is accom1 pIaied by Mrs. Patterson. 'Nfth regard to the Polico Comnilis buers, it is understood that a &pro miso has been proposed by parte, rep ISutiIg the Government, that Coni ut issioners should appoint one of tihosc Jadges in each ward, and onto clerk of elect ionl, fronti the Coirservative party. ithis propositioni is now under consid erttioi by the Police coilmIIissiotlers. The Police Comm)tiissioners of this ity were yosterday itn consultation with their couisel and prottinient citi ens-. It is utiderstood they will not aplpoar in person before the Goverfior, but file a response through their coun sol, denying his power to try the cha rge, but at the satne time declar ing their readiness to moet acousa tions before any Court of cottipetet jurisdictioj...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 24 October 1866

______ octrt. rYo1I TH11 ) NUlALD.] THE BARQUE OF MEMORY. i Y P-i1TIT. * It. moves liko a v tyward child, Ot, I lie billows of' the past ; Now gliding with easy grace Then tossed by the wailing 1ast. It floats whore the suinlight falls In its wrontli of gemeliko rays, llegiiding the strange. stritgo freight AN (lie barque with the occan plays. And I1hon, in its changeful mood, It. darts 'neath a lowering sky And the froight grows dark, and a mona -Is heard-when ile waves boat high. It touches tLe shore of Tine Where Ihe nieliwd mmentieis lie; And ain old awnu digs the graves O' tie moments as they die. 110 phsw'; uipon vaeAh 0 .nmb, WheI the swi is. Ire.ly pressed, Thtt beloige'd to lie form at res. As the well-known hurque lie spies e carrios the caskets thero In uotno' there is nauiglt but gloom, While others at o b.'igit and fair. There are groetings and sail farowells; There are joys, and smniles, And, tears, And kisses; aid prayers, nnd shrouds; Thiere ire hope, and sighs, and ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 31 October 1866

-L 1 Ik- q y ) . V - - '-I-is m 2.aiuaa Ys ~~".-i VOL] WINNSBORG, S. C., W~NLNESDA MOR NhNG, OCTO R R -~7 [NO. 20 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD 8 I'1I.1cSHED WEIUClKLY nY CA ILLARD, DESPORTES & CO. '/'ermn.--Titu- It flAT.D is publisied Week. ly il I lh" Town of Winnsboro, aL.3.00 in vqreitly ' inl advance. "All irnnsient. adver(isemnnlts to bo .)bhiItnry Notices and Tributes $1.00 per F 1inar Ie. From Wasluington The T'I ue, i pbishningle 101 l !winv, .ay: "\e print, th mnvs :mc \:hinigum ' with some degree of . itace. . 1 Iif so impoi~rtant a nn.. itir that wo shoinlike to lin've oflicial I~an eo its; I rilh ]:" Th'.ro are4 importatil. rumours inl cir. eiation to day, that, I have traced to in authority wihicl, if not omlilcl, julsti 11-S mV inl qeidmg t'hem to yon. The l~'residentand Cabinet., ini ' ead of d can ilig tie domiastic policy of the (d in iI taltion, inl obediccce to the will of the v ill of th people ns expressed , i. lie ( )ctoher el'ctions, are niow inctended to eirne a...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 31 October 1866

Startling Exposuro of Radioal Plota, WV.snisNoToN, October 22, 1.....\\'he President Johison wars on his late trip 'in lthe West, a United tate8 Saonor and tw Miajor-Geeral of th arny, who beloietvi ty his party, Were approltlted at Imlinapo lis by a prominent conHervative republiean who had been Coloucl of an Ilidjana regi ment during the late war and who isa now a Caaptain ii Ito re'golar service, iaid iwio made the following utartling tateme i : - HNe had been malkinag speelches for lie le publians In Inldina in Aigust ast, nr.,i at the request of (loverinor l'letaher of Alisso I - rh visted that .1 ate atal miale one or t wo conservative speeches. lie vias told lby (ov. Ffletcher thti. his spoeelies wert loo tame - - that fhe most. rladal tf d 1clarat ions werea' wanter in Missouri ; that tle poilple lian be told that. the republicants lid deciald . that tho robels Should not vote, 1t1i that tle State wits to be carried by force of arms i necessary. Gov. Fletcher atlso (al hiio ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 31 October 1866

Tolegra,b.i&. Bishop Lynch at rortress Monroe. FORTRuSS Moitor, Oct. 29'-Archbishop Lynch, of Charleston, U. C., a.irived here yesterday. lie is the guest of 00u. Burton, tlMmnnandant, of tho Post. He paid a visit to the family of Jefferson Davis being an old acquaintance, Death of Miss Fannio Seward, WAsHINoToN, Oct. 29.--Miss Fannie 80 ward, daughter of the Secretary of State, died tiZ morning. Tne ronian Exoitement, New Your, Oct. 29.-The Democratic and National Union Committees have passed rosolutions requesting the Government to take a steady interference for tbo safety and-protection ot Lynch and McMahon, lninense meetings have been held at Buf fatlo iln symipathy of the irrisoners. 8T. Louis, Oct. 29.-A Fonian meeting has been called to conaider what action is nicessary to be taken into the oaqo of Col Lynici attd Father \loalahon IV MSIN'UToN, Out. 29.-The sub.Commit. co a j' nted by the Taimniiy Hall general Conin .ce, to call on the President with it -view or' obtainin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 31 October 1866

~octry. ANAOLED, The following touching lines noel no com. mont -every gouthern bosom will feel their application, and a sigh of sympathy will bo heaved for him who is still languishing in prlson : Stop, soldier stop I this ruol act. Will ring throtigh all tho land, Shame on the heart Wiat platined (ho deed 1 Sha-ne on the coward hand That drwps the sword of Justloo bright. . To grasp these iron rings I ' On them, no't me, dishonor falls, To them this dark slianiocclimgs. Manacled! O my God ! my od I Is this a Christian land * And did our countries ever neet And grasp each other's hand T O Mexico I on thy red'fields I battled 'midst the fray; .y riftlemon, with steady aim, Won Buena Vista's day. Manacled 1- far down the South. Lot this one word spee<1 fast, My country, thou hast borne great wrongs; But this, the last, the last, -Will send a thrill.through thy high hqrt, Despair wil purn control, And these hare irons pressing here Will enter fly. proud soul. blanacd i 0 word of sh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 7 November 1866

* ~VOL. 1.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1866. NO 2 FAIRFIELD HERALD GAILLARD, DESPOR(TES & CIO 'erm..-Tu IIuA.L is publishel Wook fy il Ohe Town or 'ininsbora, at $3.00 in idlu tI>.1/ in tia' ,ice. *7 A ?" All I'lisien ut r..ver(iseoients to b Obitnary Notices and Tribito.s $1.00 pci sqille. - I inpealiment-The Only Four Oases i the Hisiory of the Government. 'Jho 1 1i . 'derliser' -and Tribum reI he f.>llowing succilct statement of lthe oily ci ue'. of iipeachmont which 4nive oeenrcd since the foundation of th< Or-vermnenwi. -14 . is a radicall sheCut, and iiing this suawhlat interesting re COn: it, (of courlse an1ticipates thle im p ah n o(f It: \1 ill:1 i lit, of Tnneis!see', for Vn.; ears (ov01enor of th(- territory )111.h of the I:o Itiver, having been l:c: id to tle ITnitoed States Sonate, 'vai, inl 17191, expelb-d from that body -y a vole o twnwy-ive to one, and do cLin'd to be "gihidy of a high misdo 11ntiolr entirely ilconsistent with his p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 7 November 1866

WINNSBORO, S. 0. WIM81Ol0l At. C., OUT. 31, 1866. II. A. GAIl4LA1l11 R1)TOr. D. B.'McCltI U () 1IT, AssocrA-I El n. The following gentlenon ure re.. quested to act. as Ageflts for the .1b . Af.D: Major A. D. HII.rIAnn---RULky Mount, Bosier Parish, La. T. P. SLaDER---harloston, 1. C. t. 8. DESPORTEs-idgcway, H. 0. Major Wu. lr.Ll.-Mont icq.llo, S. C. H. B. MCMASTER-ltossvillo, S. C. Dr. J. L. MARTIN-JaCksoi's C(1reek, S. C. .DAVID EKI--Allston,81. C. J. WV. McCatmon-r-Salomi Chuireb, 8. 0. Court Wook. The Court adjourned on Thursday *bout dark. T'lie business of this wook, though embracing few cases, was perhaps the most important of aill the terms of the Court of General Ses 140n thadt havUe trinspireld in this place. There wore ito loss than three indiotments for murdr-the !!rst, the State vs. Jas, L. lMartil, clarged with theimurdor of Jno. P. Bell ; the second, the same vs Levy M. Boliek and Robert B. hliek,- charged with the murder of Julius ilain, freedmani; and tho third tho s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 7 November 1866

Local Items. TO OUR SUBSORIBERS, We carnestly appeal to our friends to come for ward and cancel tho clain oi our books against them. Many of them suibseribed to pay w'hon the cot. ton was sold, and wo would respectful. ly that now the cotton is solling every week, riniinid our friends of the im portance of calling in at the Office and settling up. We have to pay dash for il minterial used in the publication of our papers, and hence tho necessity for prompt payi'eucts oil 'th part of - ur subscrilers. Now Adivijemnuts, - We invite ittention to the adver tIisement of Cat heart & Matthews. Our readeras. will pe rceive a large as sort inient of giiids expresyly adapted to iomiesti and agriculturel wants. (111r friedls Callot do better thani bv givingo them a call. Seo notiec of Petltioii to Perpetuate Fisher & Lowraine advertise Belt lng. -,e Guan:o. 10 Rev. Geo. IMrskine, a colord mini Itr who his. lived in Liberia for thirty - a r., ilelivered a lecture ii Knoxville. I few day...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 7 November 1866

. "TIE DEATH OF THE MAIDEN." nBY lilt.--, or S. . . Through a forest seer and sober, in the gol den olad October, Autumn winds were sofily sighing Summer leaflets falling, flying, Dying, everywhoer, I was wandering slowly- walkiiag, I was woo. Ing lowly talking Ah, It s0cms but yet so lately, with a naild. en tall and stately, With a maiden frail and fair. Ifow sho lingered- a' sho listenel, niad her eyes wibth tear-drop glistened ; Ail her brow and bosom blushing caic those words so gently gushing, Take me, love me, I inI aie: Ah I those words were whispered lowly, ala that vow, it scemed so haolv Falling swoolly, falling faintly, ts at vesper psaln so saintly, As.a psalnody divino. Canto then sickness, and in anguish day by day I watched her languih, Watohed la0r walning, watehied her wastian, oh ! lhe agony of tasting Those mad moments ef despair. Vain were all tie arts of licaling, bligl( was o'er her beauty stealing, Vain our wailing, vain orill wee-ping, cruel death oaino rcep...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 14 November 1866

F. - 4A&, VOL. 1] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY v.MIN E[ AiRFiiL) HERALD )3 rUnIusJni:) WE.KIY BY GiAlLLARD), IS PORT.'ES & CO. Terms.--Tult llnanI. ik publi:hAnt Week. ly inl th TownI or winnsmboro, at $3.00 in j&' All iraisiet advertismctious to be paiti ini ad vi naeo. Obituary Notices and Tribites $1.00 per sqauare. A THRILLING SKETCH. In 1798, or nbout twent.v years after oone'stiL exploa m af ill. cointry, a 'Ielail-. Kom..raneky wasi' y'. l:lvw~:kin atlm door fr aIilm ion th U hnirm the rml wn r0salv I, mk vet a':j!.ha A\ b ek ho 'which serve l the 41(111,0lC pnrj)pose o! a fort and dwelling, vas the habitation of Boone and his Fearing the desceIt of th1e sa va eP, from yarIuS premoniions of dangr tunderstnod only be tie experienced hun I m, lhe sent vwo truiy 'a scouts. iamieul, MCl ellan and W aste, to learn if possible t lie destination of thew savager. A I'ter proceeding some (I Istalce,,th iey (I.Saendiued a blnAtI, precipitately stee) Oil ithe one side10, annl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 14 November 1866

Our ren,lers wilI have been %awaro of, thlo fact, that elections occurred on the 6th in the S..ates of NIassaehw-wtLs, New York, Delaware , 'larylam1, -New Jer. Sey, [Ilillois, WiscIsin, .\liebigan. NIis 60s1ur, K::nlsas and No.'ada : anid of' the further fict that the coilee of these elee. tions was looked to with 1nuch olicitude in every section ofthe comi1rn . i t was not expected of cour se, that they woull chango.miterially th 1relat-ive !tri'ength 'f parties ; but it was consid':red of ii portinee to knowv whe ith the* tt. nev of pulic fooling was to "ll.isill th e ( rnnent., or still furt.her swellhe over shadowing power of the Repul(ilan piirty. 'Tho returns froill te im So :te lllve not been received, nor iy :)th whi i:-y have rvecived be enin-ly .ccuraet, but, it is renast 1nal y certain, howeve, that tO liO 1 Icans havu gai.ed. There has' heci sle dimiinu. tion of th- Iopublic-ahn ioriw in New Y urk. Their majlor-ity ill 118G5 was 27.800, ad it i nsw supposed to be b tweo...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 14 November 1866

Ilews Items, WASIIINGTON, Nov. L.--Maj. Gdn. Fry, lato Provost-1afshal-General of the United States, . sailed from NoW York, yesterday, for California, to en ter upon the duties of AdjutantrUen oral of the Militury Division of th Pacific. BALrUMORE, Nov. ll.--Thoro is much interest felt to learn the decision - of Judge Bartol in the hubcas corpus case of the Police Conuuissioners iap ointol by Gov. SwaWnn to succeed the old board, and in the case of Sherif' Thompson, arrested and committed for not suinioning a posse, in answer to t re(uisition of the newly-appointtcd Conmmissioners. The decision is ex poected to cover tih wholo ground as to tho legality -of' Gov. Swanmn's action and the convsequent Ie -gality or illegality ( tho pro oodings ill J udge i)und's court. It is gencrally believed that (ov. Svanm wv'lli imiediatoly sum0nion an1 extra Session of the Legislature, whei ques tions of the State will be sulamitted f-,r consideration. rAS1HINGTON, Nov. 12.-lessrs. Lowry and llill...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 14 November 1866

- roR riTa IHBRALD.) THE BRIDE'S DEPARTURE. - Ih~ediixf M~rs. L. . - BY PETITE. They wore joiio-d in holy wedlock, Aid the days were gliding by, As a gettln.flowing streailct, Or the stars in cloudless sky. Burthe tinfe had come for parting With the friends of early years; And the bride's glad face was clundedl And her dark eyce dewed with tears. There wer' farewells sadly spoken; And the mothers's turn drew nigh But her heart was almost breakjuig When she breathed the low "goodby'e," And a dark voll (if sidness O'er the young bride's spirit fell As -she felt the gcntlo pressitro Of tho lips she loved so well. A long embraco-a blessing ,Anotherkiss-a prayer, And a loneliness so crushing Came o'er the mother there. She had given her to another ier child-tho only one; .And her heart with gloom wis shaded, As the sky without the gun. WHEN THE LEAVES ARE TURNI] XI BROWi. TYIMRS. XhlZADEri AKEIs4. Nevor is my hoart so gay. In the ludding month of Mlay, Never does it boat a tuno Half so s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 21 November 1866

^,A VOL 11 WINNSBORO,'S C.2,WEDNESDA*Y MO'ININC, NOV O TilN - FAIRFIELD HERALD. IS PUIAsiUND wNE.Ki'EY lY GAILLARD, 1)ESPORTES & CO. Terms.-Tus IfNUAL) is )ub8lishe1l Week ly fn tho Towin of Winusbors, at 63.00 hn vareaby in advance. V6iW- All transient advertisements to- bc jaiil iln advanCo. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 por .quare. Joffuon Davis. Eight een ano1n1.h.'1 have niedrly elapsid sice Jefferscut Daivis was mado it stat pIsmoner. lie had previously been pub. H tly charged, ty),be President of th United Siv,. with conspiring ts) as. L1nss4inate! Presidenit Lincohl, andi" *100, 000 offeed for.his cqmiure thtrtuipon. The captitre was promptly iii*itde and the Iuneoy duly paid ! yet, up to this hour, i-.rei hts not been even an attempt made by the Uovernment' to procure his indictient on that charge. Ito ha-: ilso beonipopiularly, if, not officially, ao cused of iplieil.y the viriual mur der of' Union soldiers, while prisoners of war, by subjecting them to needless ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 21 November 1866

Thb 0:Aad ita a t , AA&4AIb. N bw viaw enFoM A NOVEL STAND-POINT - OF Ilot. -A. J. REQUiER, oF SOU 'if oniOANA,. IN BROOKLYN. One of tho.most remarkable spooch s delivored att tio North during the hot political canva-ss just closed, was from the lips of Judg Requery a na t ive of S outh' Carolin)a, s8ubsequontly the UnOMe States Distr10t Attorney| nd Confederto .States Attorney for Alabama, and since v the war a lawyer in New York city, - where inl a fev months, although at first a stranger, le has built utp a reputation of which tany man m oay proud. Distinguish cd for his great ability sa ilawyer, his womlerful analytical powers have been brought to bear on the Constitu onal. A mnodmient, and notwithstand ing the searcling and conclusive expo siro a's i gross political fraud- to which it, lias been subjected by. Seymour, Brown img, Conistock and otherz, J iidge iequie*r tlIWo uinpi it, unt w lght, which strikes to the very roots of tIh uiational controversy, and ddinoustrates ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 21 November 1866

Columbia and&Wiguata Railroad. AunouT A, November 19.-The total votb .et to-day was 62'-for subscrip tion, 537 ;-against subscription, 89; for loan, 1. 1So that the City Council will be authorized to subscribe $100, 000 t the Augusta and Columbia Rail . .. This settles4he stecoss of the road. . ablo D.spatchos, 'r hS PETERsDUn, .Novener 18. Thle Prussian festivities have sudden ly stopped, on .nccount of the severe l 8less of tbo Prindoss Dagmar. LONDON, Novembec 18,-Iltelli gence from Rombay reports the fai nc in India as abating. FLORENCE, Novambiler 19.-Baron iticcasoli, Primte MInister of the ii al ian Govornmnent, has issued a circular discouraging the agittiioni of tlh lRo manl qustiona. Italy, he ray, will be nleutral, and await the certain triumph 4of her rights. IONDON, November 16.-Theo re port iscontirimed Chat Chili and Peru have cobsented to acept the media tion of France and England. Reports are circulating that the war- has been renewed in and in. Consols 901. Fiv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 21 November 1866

TW1.U( RIEAD 'fho l p mn w ith a ii ful glow, The sounts (lie itt i he strects below, The rain Swieep oni ihe pal b I I puh1 illy Iliad alside ; What Weight t) fe iniwo lIelert4 woos . nirtinatchc's -- tie 'Trojan'h fOes; Of Gol like licator slaiu ?. I reall it onee, long years ago, Biut iot alouo '--I whisper low. We honot abrorbi Above rb cahI pge, Tho birr4dsang nioisly il their carge, The %--ines sw-iyer inl Iihe airl. I mnlu wn1 Iell that enLtr dlay ! The Sbillan si.' crept tbwari one botok, ThIIn stopped as w ith . I ni.l C 1 look, 'To reat i h I Ir'e .n- i here. NiOur heart salgij Ilu, thoug l lips Werei * Ilininb, A song for all the year*. to ':o'ie h'e bigt, glta'y ears I cnilll not see TIm 3hailows waililg thero for me, 'I'he weary, liltgga' y ears ! I'll Iny you by, old hool<, to-niglt: Anil trim the linap, ni sew or Sing, (Ir wiou a baulat -anything in tle Nevanla's lonly Sihado iis grava', by strangers hanl', rnc0 lo 'l'ho yenes' to come---lie hi idh -scar ! V.W!ii l...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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