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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 July 1868

r an';j 01r ,d.r . Desportes, Williams & Co@, Proprietors,] *A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literat [Tm$ VOL. WINNSBORO, 8. 0., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 22,1868. THE~ FAIRFIED - HERALD is i'Uni.(i:D wF.l.Ku.Y fny )ESPORTAS, WILLIAMS & C0. \ 'erma.-Tus IlrnArn is published Week ly I A tho.Town of Winnsboro, at $3.00 in t'areably in advance. " All transient advertisements to be paid in advance. - Obituary Notioes and Tributes $1.00 per Square. Seledted Poetry. TO A BELOVED ONEf le4von halls its oregn of Stars, thb Iartl; Hior glory-robe.of flowel' - ] The 'ea its gems-the g1and old Wood kS Their songs and groening s'howersi The birds etre ones, wlere leaves ztnd . blooms.' . In bes~uty wreafke abjove.; Sflighyearnipg hearts their rainbow droatht-1 1 Antd we,,8Weut! we 4ave love. 1 We walk not with the 3ewell'd Great, t Whee' Trove's dear name is sold ; Yet-have we wealth we would not $ive For all their world:of gold I We revel not In t'or- and 4V...

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. — 22 July 1868

THE FAIRFIED HERALD. IINNSBORO, S. C. Wednosday Morning, July 22, 1868. Desportes, Williams & Co., .Props Nominations by the National Domooratlo (onvention. For President. lION. IOATIO SYh11OUR, OF NEW YORK. For Vice-President, 110N. FRANK P. Bldlli, OF MISSOURI. Education Dependent on Immigration. I'ho Prussian system of education, the most perfoet in tho world, could not be practised, any more than the system of Now England, in a country so sparsely populated as Fairfield Dis trict. Our District must first acquire a population of one hundred and fifty or two hundred thousand people be. fore It will be as thickly scttlod as Now England or Prussia, so that to expect either system to prove success ful here at present is prepostcrous. For schools to be successful, the num ber of pupils should be sufficient to create onthusiasm, and to command the first talent in the country amongst the teachers. The school-house should be near the house of the pupil, and the labor of the pupil sho...

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. — 22 July 1868

Local items_ Nominations fbr Mtuilcipal Offices INT EfDaN'3. G. H,. MoDMASTEI R ' AnDENs.' . N, W ITHER IS - Q'OIIN FRASE., J -.. ELLO17T W. i. WILLIAMS. n 07%s Auother Iil~urder. We lbhfn'that ddring hisiSatrd ay visit," our IHonorable8otAtor 'J: M. Rutland, iavingot 'into an altorca tion with o iiG llsU Iarvison, a freed man, first struck and. thou shot at the s Giles, who having retired for a pistol; returned and discharged it at the Htonorablo Senator without effect. It is said that Mr. R., escaped the sbot by blowing out the candle acid fall ing on the ground. Had the Honora bl* Senator lost his life at the hands of this negr that ho has helpod to raise .9, p condition o political equali tywith himself, doubtless many of our bet citizone would have been east in to prison upon more suspicion, as in, the Dill dfFair, without fAty slihdow "of evidence or pretext of law. We con gratulate the Radicals,' however, on the esoapo oftho only man in their rAnks that would not absolutely d...

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. — 22 July 1868

Selected Poetry, SWEET SIXTEEN, to ea tilt 1. rc Dear lady, when I look at one of So lovely and so loved as you, s From whose young life has not yel gone i T'he rose's blush, the mernit:g's dew, I sigh to think of all tho years Whose fading menories rise between b This and the Limo when, long agoj s 1 lost may heart to Sweet Sixteen. it. b l'rnlo as they may of wiser thought, sl Of cooler blood and steadier brain, Of earnest wisdom, dearly bought ly anxious caro and saddeing pain In all the years Od Times can bring, i In all tho longest life has seen, c There are no hopes, no joys, no loves, a So sweet as those of Sweet Sixteen. i] InI. d. Ani though the ocharm may wear away, An roses fade, and dews exIatle ; n 'T'hough glossiest looks may turn to grey, '1 And fairest checks grow watt and pale, Yet who onn doubt those dearly loved, r In lands of mortal eye unseen 11oyond the stars, shall all regain 'Tho ansel lues of Sweet. Sixteen? d Message of Governor R. K. Scott. After congratul...

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. — 29 July 1868

Desporteg, WM&ifms & Co., Pro'Drietors. A Family Paper, Devoted to Sciena'o, 'Art, Inquiry, Indust'ily and Literature. 1em-.$.OprAnm nAvne r-ustEy MORNING- JULY$29An18A8c VOL. 11.] WAINNSBORO, S. .,WEDNESDAY MOR NLY9,188.r) THE &IRFIELD HERALD is PUB,1811MID WEKILY By DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & 0, Te'rmzs..--TaIIERALD is published Week. .y in the Town of Winnsboro, at 83.0t in vareably in advance. 4W All transient advertisennts to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. l I the Legislature. 4ovcrnqr Ori,.in his message to you, while he has given much good advice, hans also made recommendations whiih, if carri ed out by you, are calculated to bring your body into disrepute. You have all sworn to "recqnizo tie supremacy of the Constitu(ion ani laws of the United States over the Constitution and laws of any State." The Constitution of tihe United States prohibits you from pass lug "any law impairing the obligation of contracts," (article 1, sectio...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 July 1868

THE FAIRFIED HERALD. WINNSBOROt, S. G. Wodnosday Morning, July 20, 1808. esportes, Willims & Co., Props Noinationi by the National Democratic Convention. For Presfdent. ION. 110RIT10 SEYMOUR, OF NEW YORK. Tor Vice-Presdent. I10N. FRANK P. RAIR, 01)f MISSOURI. The Prospect of Victory, The following States have already given Demooratio nojorities at the last general elections held in them, and are,'thorefore, considered certain: 'California, ~5 votes. Connecticut, '6 Delaware. '3 Kentucky, I'I Maryland, 7 Now York, 33 Oregon, 3 Pennsylvania, 26 Total, 91 Michigan and Ohio having voted down negro suffargo at their last gene 'ral olcotions, are counted on as Demo .eratic. Michigan, 8 votes. 'Ohio, 21 Total, 29 Indiana, Missouri, Nebraska, Nova. da, Now Jersey and Wisconsin wer< oarried by such small and deoroasing Radical imajoritios,.and all of the lo cal election-i-vinoo have shown suol decided Democratic gains, that they -are considered as Domocratio States. Indian, 13 votes. ...

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. — 29 July 1868

Local'Items, PUBLIO MEETING. A'Orand Mass Mcetiiig of the De mocraflo Party of Fairflold DiAtriot will bo beld at Wiun."boro next Mou day, the 3d of Agust, for the pur pose of ratifying tho noiinations of the Ilon. Illratio Seymour for Presi dent, and (jeneral Frank P. Blair, for Vice-Prcsidcnt, of the United iStatc.; .1nd.also for tLe purpose of taking mcasures to have the District repre acuted at the State Democratic Con -Rution wInch is to meet in Oolnbia, oni the 6th (if August for the pilrpose of nom1 iina(ti11g Electur.N fvr Presidtnt und Vice-Pre-sident, and organizing for the Democratio campaign general ly. W. 110.OUERTSoN, President of the Distriet'beiucratie Association. Ladd B ros., Are tearing down their shelving to mnake room for a larger stock of goods next Fall. These gentlemen like our fri-'Idi on the corner (No. 1, lotel Range,) emiploy white mechanics only, Choreforo shoul( )0 $up)ortcd I)y j Ile District. Read their advertisement In another columi. Ti o Altoroatio...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 July 1868

Selected Poetry. LOVER'S QUARIULS. Well let hiu go atid lot him stay, I <to not mean to die; I gnlems he'll find that' I cale IiVe Without him if I try ; lie thought to frighten mo with frowns So terrible and bnok; 'He'll stay away a thousand years Before I call him back. lIe said that I had acted wrong - And foolishly beside ; I won't forgive hint after that I wouldn't if I died. If -Iwas wrong, what -right had he To be so cross to mn? I know I'm not an angel quite I don't preteud to be. Ile had at,other sweetheart once A1w. now when we fall out, It11'always says she wis not cross, A nta t hat she t not. potit; it is enough to vex at saint it's inore than I can bear I wish that other girl o" his -Was-well, I don't care where. ie thinks that sho is pretty, too, Is beautiful as good : 1 wonder if shu'd get him back Again, now, if she could: 'Titnow she would, and there she is. She Hives almost in sight ; And now it's after nine o'oloek, Poeaps lie's t here to-night. I'd almost. wr...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 August 1868

Desportes WiHams & Co. Proprietors.1 A Faim iy Paper ov ted t) ciec AI niory, Industry and Literare [Te--$5Oa per Annum In Advance. VOLs.11.1 -.WINNSBOPO, S.DING, AUGUST 5,1868. NO. 7 THE' FAIRFIELD HERALD W'IS PUBIJILED WIE1KLY BY DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & 00. ecr I..-Tux H8RALD is pub)ished Week in the Town of Winnsboro, at 53.00 in. varcdb1ly in advance. AiV- All transient advertisements t6 be paid in advance. Ob'luary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. [Original.] -I LOVE GOD'S BEAUTEOUS WORLD. BY MRS. 0. LADD. Earth Is the home of time; [leaven of ete nity, I love, When earth Is sleeping on the breast of 'ight love to roam; When not a footstep save my own Falls in the ear, I love to wander in the silent vale, beside the babbling brook, and gaze Upon the broad bright vault above And mark the change; that tell Of Coming day In the gray tints of morn I love to watch The starry host, as o'ne by one, they fade away, 11ke some dissolving scene. Melting from view, -1Iiding the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 August 1868

VHE FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBOItO, S. c. Wednesday Morniiig, August 6,1868. Dosportes, Willans & Co., Pulrop Pttblio Meuting. 1 ma, Ieetng of 'L the Dvmocrati 1I rty of fai(id District was hel. u tie ("o~i'm 1Iouse, a I W insboro, Ol Monl daf 0h 3d diey of Nuglst. The Presi lent, 11io. v. Ii. Robirts.1.on, .stated th olbject to bn foi -tho two fold pirpose c ragfing 11011noimittioll. of the( Nation :Dcinurnatic CQuvent)ionI, habln in th ity of Novjork, ni the .ith of Jul. lpst ; ru-l for imminating I e,Wte L met in ('u01hnbia nTii 0' I Sdl , 1,t W int., to oleet Ele'tors of President an V xe-P! k.i.lhlt. T, W. Wovu Al ff1r e tho follv ilig r(eoluuonm, wvhich wore nons5 tdoptud WhVIe-ens,the Deinuceratfi3 Nattiona Convontio,n whielh ass9tlblel in thv ,ity of New Yorkon the -1th of'. Juill last, did lioninate tlilI lon. llorati Seymour, of Nv York, for Presidetl aid CGen. Vrank 1. 1lair, of Missoturi f'or Vioc-Presidnit, -of the 1Ulite States, and did deelro and adopt platforn of pri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 August 1868

Latest by Telegraph. rrom Washington. WAsIsuToN, July 27. to The President has nominated Alexander Cu"Inings, of POunlsylvauia, Coumissioner " at of. utm mrnl )tovqnue. b The funding bill has passed both us-b es. - . The bill re-organizing Mississippi, 'Vir ginifa tnud-Texa8, Caoe up in tho Senato. Mr. Buckalew took the floor, to- argue it, and in t lie courso of his r omarks, said it, was useless to try to pass the bill; and on Mi niotlion, it was tabled. The bill passed a removing the disabilities from Nelson, Tift a and Gen. Voung, and they were scated as Representatives from Georgia, and Simon Corley front South Carolina. The flouse fillibustered on the tari bill till adji-rnm1ol 1. Both Ilcuses have nid journied to mile third 3ilonday il Sept eliber Tiore is so touch conit'tsion, that it is T Menible to give the posiillon of several r 1ipc riant bills ; htfill 11frectilig tIhe Soul h, of an nggressive character. have failed. The Senate cotfirmlled (luln. IRoselleraniz as Mili.s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 August 1868

Selected Poetry, fi LOOHABER NO MORE. th [Otr fellow-fftizens of Gwilo birth or de- St scent. will appreciate the 'ollowing lines, go( recently quoted at a Highland society din- h nor, in London, and asoribed to Dr. Charles MoKay. We copy them from the London sal Seotipan, whero they appear for the first oin tine in iprit:j to Farewell to Loohaber! Fiarewol fo:the glens, ap To the streams and the oorrics, the straths gil and the Bous; t,h "arewell,'oh,Threwell to thy beoutiful shore, - We'll may-be return to Lochabor no more. No longer mounts upwards the smoke of our W' fires, th No longer for 'fts are 'the homes of our sires; tic No bTead 'rom the winning comes -in az the co door Loohaber I Loohaber! farewell overmore ! Sc In the days that are gone, ta the ola happy w( titne, Brave men were the glory and went.h ofhe sa olime. But the grouse and the deep noed the kall- In yards of yore, iIt And we'll inny-bo return to Luhaber no tc more. Bight gladly we'd oling to the land of our N ...

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. — 12 August 1868

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. Terms---$3 p nnum In Advance. VOL. 11.] WINNSBORO, S. C., W1DNESAY MORNIN1 "'AIRFIELD HERALD 18 P'tUB1,1811AK) W)'FKI,Y BY DESPOITES. WILLIAMS & (0. Terms.-Ti If KnALD is pubished Week ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at 93.00 in vureably in alvance. liWi All transient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. Selected Poetry. THE TWO ARMIES. As lIfe'sunending column pours, Two marstal'd hosts are seen Two armies on the trampled shares That deati flows back between. One marches to (te drum-beat roll, The wide-moutlied clarion's bray, And bears upon a crimson scroll, "Our glory is to slay." One moves in silence by tie stream, With sad yet watchful eyes, C.ahn as the patient planel's glean 'i hat walks [lie clouded skies. Along its front no sAbre.q shine, No blood-red pentions wave; its banners bear lite single line, "Our 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. — 12 August 1868

THt FAIRFIED HERALD. WINNSBORO, K. (1, Wodnosday Morning, August 12, 1808. I)ospo,es, W1illiaiins & Clo., PrIop)s Voininationw by the National Demooratio tonlvenition. Foi President. l0N. IlHl llO SEM IOU11, OF NEW YORK, For Vice-PresitIdent.. ON. FIl INK P. BlAIR, ('ralid Deliocratlic Deinoustita flon a t lidgewal ! ti' puyn (pun:d---Np\ echyfron 6c. (r,/ /m/ullo ; frMit Thlom/enns (I:/ I ey, I"'1'r 's.r lx SIle at b(Irgue : fr"nt 1M1,j"r)/c AP611r,"Nc Pir /ur i tis Uwny,-issiml d istric; and frowi rj-mtetynlmn In l'arfield (he bal1 has been fairly Opeled uInder thu fairest auspices. A grad gatlmring of whites and lacks took place at Ridgeway on Sat I'day last. The crowd came from .Ricllaid and Winnlsboro, and Ker hia w and from .is District, genorilly. 11pon Olie arrival of the 'peci'al trainl from WinislJoro, tl h procession was forimied iider the direction of Dr. Ed"lnllIlids. With mulsic and campaign baniellrs, lcadod by the speakers for the ocasion, (lie procecssion moved ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 August 1868

Local Items, Nothing of interest from the God. forsaken Legislaturo. Now Advortisements. Special attention is directed to tho advertisement of F. Elder. See change of schedule C. & S. C. Railroad. Homo Enterprise. If any mun in the community de serves patronago and success it is cor tainly our enterprising fellow-citizen M51r. F. Elder. All unite in praising his labor-saving machines. The )0d JI)atented before the war was univer saly 'proinounced an excellcnt, thing, anid the samo is now said of his Cloths ashcr, lJough nmnehine and Chivrn. All success to him. Escaped from Jail. On 11ondlAy night Gleorge Saddler, Ulias Ocorge Brown, succeeded in his escape from prison by drawing tihe staples of the prison doors With the round of a chair, thstaples being merely driven ill thle ceilIng aid not elhiched. After getting out of his coll lie then split his blaikcts length. wise, tied them together and let himi self down from the third story of tle Jail. Briad River Doinocratio 1. lub. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 August 1868

Selected Poetry irmni lie New Yoric D):Y I'rml._ 4E,M0 0ATTVI OA MPAIGN SC0N. I iY It:N. rli \NK I I N. o'mo rally rolnl l t e lo113t-ol's (: , Atol itch f lie peo)ple's .4mig,. 0r- 'our 1 our parly h:ttle-cry, i liviborns loitil and Imig. I-Fir Seylnoir, idir mian \iet ory,', h ns eli 11ponl the lir, IN fill heard inl cechoes Ioill anl llg, *,Por Seymnour and for Bilair." Cinouvs -P''r Svyinom;, litair and \'ict ory,1 t.c.I We lleet ntli fight a muigllIy h9ost, A loosit o every~ hue, latt Truiit t mi lllig will nierve Its on, Atil bestr is I rvv l Irg hrugh, Vor Supymur onl Ihm fortim huy.4 Ant 14 liair onl ilinoy A a fiilhl, -To these lI 11y'll ne(Verl yieO.I. ClIol-ls-.For 6eylilurti, Mlair :11'1 Vithory, (Out- fl:lg fli-lts proldly Onl 11lie bi ce70, Ifs mnolO waves on hligh "The :nslini ionl anl l fit!h I'aw, Iy lie 4 we 'ive ate! flie !" )m 0- y1imiur ;ill Mal lil y bloyl, I)i ilNiclhl that h1nnervi Ilever. ; 'I Io-irIs.:tlwart :rinls will be,:tar it up1) ITill liII aI hl : sh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 August 1868

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and LiteratUre. Ters---$3O0 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. 11.] WINNSBORO, S. ., WEDNESIDAY IMORNING, AUGUST 19, l868-.N).9 THE IAIRFIELD HERALD 1 1'U11t1118111.1) W .I., Y ny DESPORTES, WILLIAIS & Co. Ternl--Till-:nAinR is publish%d Weok. ly in the Town of WiIInSbor"), at 1:3.06 in vureably in adunre. &-Y All tIaienit, advertisements to be paid itn advalnce. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. Selected Poetry. 'Fron the United States Gi ette. THE PRINTER'S DOOM. nY TiHO.MAS MACIAL%it. A printer, weary and wan, Ifis fitce il Il o tally pale, As ie wearily pludied his homeward way, Before tIhe breaking of enrly day, Broke out ir bitter wail. Ilis voice was husky aInd low As though his lungs were gone: And he cotighed and gasped, and coughed agail, And he pressed his hilittd on his heart In pair, While t hus his plaint ran on 'A world of toil is this! It iat h no jo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 August 1868

THE FAIRFIED HERALD. WINNSNIORO, S. C. Weudn osday Morning, August 19, 1868. DeOp)rtes, Willianms A Co., Props Nominations by the Naional Denooratic Convention. For President. l0N. H1OR1ATIO SEMOU11, OF NEWI YORIK. For Vive-Prexident. 110N. FRUNK P. 111111, Go Ilomo11 and Wait. Th--re i., a panic at Cohimbin dim to theemties of Ilhe 'Trca-ury, and to inabibily to horrow a dime. The ne II !w 0over-movi ltis no credit, m1ti4 don't h Irv a4rreat dh-.d. We4 advise the I11eilatire to las a law taxinlg tLhke no groes of Ith ill' 1li blicanl party live dol lar, a heal (which ertainly ought to le chietirfIlly paidl) and :djolu, a'n go holio at wail II 'till tIe.dential pb:e. tion I oV4er. It, w%il be Lime el.min"'h I tIIoI bto hi to to x wlt.e Iople. aratesiltness --Not Impetuosity, Such is the policy espe cially suited to tlese tihi.s, in which the miaterials of civil strife .iii1 sovial conlfusionl are :;catt1erod broad'-ast overlou l ain.14. 11' the obe mo rehseingportion of1 oilr I"'0pl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 August 1868

Latest by Telegraph. ed Tho Alleged Murdora in Louisiana. Nsw QRLANs, August 10. In support of GovernorWarmouth's asser- ar tion that 160 murders have been committed re in (his State in the last mouth and a half, l the Republican of yesterday contains two columns of extracts from, and reference to, letters in Governor Warmouth's possession, detailing the outrages in (le country par ibes from bMarch last to dato. Theso ex. traols do not shore that either the civil or d military authorities, or the Freedmen's But. rORa, took cognizance of any of thoso af-d fairs. Br Br~ Accident to Butler-Assault on a Radioil (, Editor, pu BosToN, MAss , August 10. in general Butler was seriously injured " sterday by a fall from, a carriage. liev. Joqoph 0. Lovejoy, a well-known Democratic orator, assauhed George Fisher, 4 editor of (ie CmJanbrioige Chronicle, for an N offensive paragraph about a speech of his. 0. Fisher made no resistance, and alter recoeiv- 0' Ing three or four blows, fled. r( -----...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 August 1868

Soected Poetry, 8ONNET. -il11 I Cmorget (ibvo whell the Spling comes Imck, Awel ihe gr-een i-istS beginl :ibou Mhe freeq, A ad Alngun 10.!rghtun ; nno I"IWrt Y Inek Ii> living, at no mr cr inclriics. A id no eyes weary ol I he raile.s a,ir -. ''he wmld gwws swcoete tlan I he:O c:im Mi:r, Live ilit white violets whosio 1re:ai hlasi 11111110 It:Ah liko a p'i'low where yminig heads a e laidl, -A,,.,ranl andl frail, rand hkid in their w:min air ; When all sweet flower-seens ruis like hi py rhymieg, From goblen ietnovif's of olell ilmit ,s A m 1 out. ot' )ath spwings Liife, aid jily f'ron pain, Antid lauglter tW young lips, and love to Ahall I orget (lice (1hen. rorlget, thee [hlien ? I o,fwln Spelio"r. 'GlOY. 510YROUItS' 1 ITRER. OF ACCEPTA NCE. Cfwdiall 16dorsn /,! b>emnorrah'r 1%P>l 'rm- Th, "Id buicol % e; & Viee)d (anil Denoun,cCd. U-ric A tig -4, 1 SGS.-(en/cn: WIe i tih city of Now York oil Ilit H t. tilt., in 1.hle ir(Sence (;f a vast nIii. ,itlde, on behalf of the N...

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