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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 August 1868

Desportes, Wiliams & Co., Propriet9rs.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$3.00 per Annum, In Advanoe VOL. 1.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 26, 1868. [NO.t TIM wAIRFIELD HERALD US PUBISMD W1t-K.V ItY DESPORTES, WIL1LIAM1S & GO. Terins.-TtS I1RALt is pubishe Week ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at .00 in varmbly in advanice. MEW" All transient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. Selected Poetry, DARE TO STAND ALONE' Do firm, be bold, be strong, be true, And dare to stand alone ; Strive for the right, whate'er you do, 'lhough helpers there are none Nay, bend not to the swelling surge Of. popular sneer and wrong ; 'Twill bear. theo on the ruin's vergo With current wild and strong. Stand for the right I lunanity Implores with groans and tears Thhie aid to break the festering links That blind her toiling. years. Stand for the. right ! Though falsehood reigns And proud l...

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. — 26 August 1868

THE FAIRFIED HERALD.1 W1 I NNSB01I0, S. C. Wednooday Morning, August 20 1868. iosportces, Williams & Co., Props .Nomliations'hy the Rational Detnocratio Couvwntion. 3or' :Presidentf. ION. 1HORATIO SUNIOl 13 OF NEW YORK. Vor Vice-PreSidet. lION FlUNK P. B11411i, OF MiSUHI A Bocitey for the 13noct of the Orphan; of D0acda0,d Ahldi!r., -lio. 3. We Icotinuo this skibject, by ro quest. The other day, ill lokimng over the appropriat i I'ln bill jllmsed by Con grcss, we were struck with the item of nlinlotWee millions of dollars for pen sions. We thought of our glorious dead, and sighod. Alasi no poujois for our brave men ! No Governmnct .s;itance o to h.6 widows and their otrpiansl! BlIt Shall v do )p"thiny for fhcin! It ik 0im1, it i1 ful1 time to bg:in. They ,liould not he loft :iim ply to privato U1arities. I'rivato elaritV will coitillue its blessed work, wore there a thousand so cleties to assist Iihe";e orphans. A so ciety can only reach a portion of thoso that need holp. And wh...

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. — 26 August 1868

Latest by Telegraph. From Washington, WASINON, Abgast 17. Attorney.General Evarts' opinion has been published. It favors tle Presideut's power to appoint a collector for New Orleans and oflicers for Alaska, (he commissions terminating with the next session of thei Senato. Rollins has retuined. and it is aulhol.ita- i tively announced he has no ittntion of va- I eating his office, Oxcept to a successor ao oeptable to the radioal.pwty. The Star says several new GovernOs of f Southern States reb'illy made requisitions c on the Secretiiry of War for arms, under a law passed in 7190, but the Stcretar&' hh declined to furnish, until furtMer leti-ia lation is had on the subject. 'Ilhe Govern ora, ilr consequence, have united in nil ap peal to Congress, to meet on the day to ich they had adjourned, to lake action in u t matter. It is stated lhat both the French and U Prupsian Enitfusles here hh,o dvioce ndi cating war between the two countries. d WASHINaON, August 18. d YestorAay's rumo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 August 1868

Selected Poetry o 0l THE FAREWELL, d( tweet, were the (lays we've spent together, 3 8ad inust the hour of our parting bo ; fi Through tle broad meadows in suinmer weather, pleasant (he path that is waiting for theo, g in the red West, where tlie sun is sinking, sc Deep throughli the shadows lies iny way; p And 1 must onward with stop unshrink Ing Thou kitowest all that my heart would say. What shall I givo thee for farewell token? a flow shall I speed thee, with love or with care? Think of the words that we have often spo. ken, t( Take them for wishes, and count them for t prayer ; a Ot I be thou wise when life, caressing, Would woo thee tolinger, would win thee to stay; c Keep in thy soul its earliest blessing- e Thou knowest all that my heart, sould o sey. C Oft o'er iny soul will a sudden yearning c Bring back 'he days we are leaving be- t hind, r Bring me thy footstep, no longer returning, a Bring me thy greeting, so gay and so kind; Ilow shall I bless thee? No longer beside e 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. — 2 September 1868

0esportes) Williams & Coi, Proprietors.] A Famy Paper Devoted to Science, Art, Iquiry, 1Ily and Literature [Terms---$3O0 jer num I dvce VOL.i. WINNSBORO, S. C., WE)NESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1868. [N(.N TIM, v4IRFIELD HERALD IS PU111.811 E)l WElEKL,Y BY DISPORTES. W JLIAMS & CO. Ternis.-Tur ltiuA. is published Week ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at 93.00 in varcably in advance. AW- All transient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices alnd Tributes $1.00 per square. Selected Poetry. [Fom th e Laurensville Herald.] BEYOND THE RIVER. The last wOrds of STONVwALL JACKsON' were, "Let us cross over thc river, boys, and rest Id the shade." "We'll pass beyond the river, boys, We'll cross the cooling tide, A nd rest alons Ihe velvet. shade, That clothes the other side. Together we have struggled long, And inany marches made We'll pass beyond the river, boys And rest within the shade. IWhen foomen gathered either side, 4 As dangers thicker grew, The inore I ican'd upon ...

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

'HE FAIRFIED HERALD. W IN\NS B0110, . . Wednesday .Murninlg, Sep:. 1, 1868. Dosportes. Williams & Co., Props Jqt)ominjations by tle .National Democratic ouoveuitionl. For President. H(YN. 1101111110 E H 0Jl OF NI Y'O1 K. F,or Vice-Pres'ident. IION. FiR.INK P. IB, O1' MISSQIURI. T'ho Centliflgal Torea. (4c1. (raIt's election will consoli date the goernment and ultimately 4d-solve to Union. Tle itteipt ill rtithur to rostrict the powers of the States and to exercice all power thiough tle cent ral goveriment, umill 'ea.illy weaien it. . i d under the first g0rea0 dhock. it will iumble to pieces, o1131 much Sooner than some imagine. This is the teaching of history. It, requires 3no philosopher to see that the Southorn State.A will Ibe vcv ulnwilling; memb111ers of the Unlionl that !,ub1j1ets,; them to the control of Inegroes, and tihe al iena t ion will inl 1rease from da-y to day. The great W est will 11;olim restless under Joal adindl ist l',16011of' the fiinan c0: an1d 11repudili...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 2 September 1868

Latest by Telegraph, rrom Washington. WAS rINGToN, Auguqt 2.1. It iS said that Attorn(iy-General Evarts will advise adversely to Secretary 8choleld's decision that. ih eight-hour law involvos a corresponding reduction of wages. The Agricultiiral Department is Installed In its now building, and thereby the Patent Ollico is given much needed rouom. If'here was no progress to-day In the ap pointment of tax supervisors. Tle Execut tito seems determined to have Cho o1ices equally divided between tho two parties, and unless this compromise is accepted by Rollins's advisers no supcivisors will be comiiissioed till , after .the President ial election. Tle law is generally reg5.4 as unoonstitutional, aid the coinnis.tioning of lollins's nmiicOs not ndaidtory ilpon the S Lrekvy of tho Treasury. T.Wilaims for capitired atid abdtionedI property n1ow1 comic hofore Congress, as the law giving the Court of Cinims jirisdict ion has expired. Assistant Attorney-General Dickey is in charge of these ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 2 September 1868

Selected Poetry. ON TILE O'1 HER BIDE. BY A. A. JIMoKIN8. lveo on!l' lvays ill lIe too iluel0 a Ioullo We hol< ourselve.* too far froui all o'ur kild ; 'Too oitlive rv We fliar to sigih nita in ;, Tog4 o(ell to to ie wenk anltl h1'elplems linl Tio oftell, wiere fiistres.1 anill Wanl( alide, 1% e10I urn i<l atipiss tim Lie otlier side. The ote lir side isr IloelI milloi l, an11il w1orn B;V oolteps plissilig idly all tlie I'tly i hetr ij th briti,od oneus who faint. and 1lio i0 1 lis setlilt ittore ilianll it i teo'I-mi,w'\a). ) n'I ellish heari s 110 f'or or fot to gn 1iC They leaI us by upon tle other side. It hoiid bo ouirs tho oili anid wino to pour jil i) tie bleeding wimin'Ln of tilviken onus; 'o It 110 thle siiten11, 1aId the sick l rIui Tr, AIM tear them where tv stroam of blesi ing ru:s Insttelid, we look about -(le way is wido, Anl so We paiss upon thu other side. 0, f'rienls aid brothers, gliding down tho 11111ail(y is walling each and all lit I tiolel acuent", boin o...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 September 1868

Despbrtes, Wilhams & Co., Proprietors.] A ramily Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literatu VOL.n.1 - WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING SEPTMBE , PAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUiM.1t1) WIEKLY BY DESPOR'l'ES, WILLIAMS & CO. Terms11R.-T1P linitALD) is publishe'l Week ly inl (lie Town of Wilinmboro, at $3.00 in varcab/ilyp in fdanen. 2&4Y" All triasien. advertisements to be pailt in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. Selected Poetry. A SOENEI A "breath of Summer" coimes I lo breeses wat Fron out the quivering pineq a hattowy woods! A sweet. perfuime ; and o'er tl.e throbbing brow Sweet itneful gales like childhool's happy laugh. Tih rose's bosom, 'neath the soft. etbrcee Of low night, winds, with. passian, pantu and swells, (That. sweet emotion welling In her heart But 'wakes to puwer some blushing. bud ding grace:) Beneath the light. of you pale, yellow moont, Whose hemtis camte down to wed the bright, fresh <low, A young gihl's heart ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 September 1868

THE FAIRMED HEIRALD WVINNSB0l1m, S. c. Woduosday Morning, Sopk. 9, 1808. vesport es, Williams & co., P.1rops, UNION AND PEACE. For Prestdei1. 0 1101111110 HIAW Kl OF1 NWV YORK. .Vor Vice-'resident..' 110N. PR F, BLAIR, 0 MisoU'R I. To %e VaTioas Domocra'tic OlW'b; of Fait fild District. The several local Democratic Chut o, lairfield Dis"ridt ar( ro<liested t -send throe delegates to this place o Imiondity, the 14th inst-ant., for tho pu poso of selecting suitalle delegatles I at tend a Conlvention inl Coltiibi a the 15th instant, called for the pu po'so of 110minlating a oand(lidate I' Congress for the fourth Congression District. W. It. ROBERT801N, 1rosidenot of to Central C11ub. WJNNSuono, 7th September, 184 A Rallroa I Amundmet. When the 1'oderal (Constitutio Was adopted, railroals Were unn:11oi ind the neessty, or at Ieat expel ency of it genertl railroad h%:; was In understood. 'The power to Ipas general bankrupt law was granite Iowever, to the Federal (Gover-c.nmuen :nd...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 September 1868

'Local Items, Pay Up I Pay Up I1 Pay Up! ! We againl call ulponl tlose who or indebted to us for Subscription, Ad vertising and -Job Work, &c., tocon forward without.dolay and settle tha little which ls'duo. Moncy we wan ond iust -.have, so .cono and settl or we will .:nooessarily bo compollo< to put our'accouhts into the laind$ 6 an attorno g or 9ollection. Au Address, Wo have b con requosted to staf that the lRev. G. 11. Bracket will, b; re(Illest, addreAs the meetinlg wh1icI UA.Oeen called to Ineet at Wyinnlsboi on Die sceonld Monday (the llh) o this tinonth, for the pirpose oforg.iiiz ing a Society for the benefit of i1l orphans, miale and female, of deceaset Soldiers. Hour, eleven o'clock, A A]. The ladies, and public goneralli nre invited to attend. Negroes luoligible to Offloa, Our readers havo seenl by the tele graph, that the Goorgia Legislatir has decelded that negroes are inoligi ble to office, and vacated the seats o twenty-five monbers. The arguien taken in the d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 September 1868

Selootod Poetry. DEM00ATS, RALLY I 'TuN-"tCd, Wphid and BIuO." Vroi the hillside, tihe inountain and valley, Frotn the prairies and plains to tie sea, 'te sns of Demnooraoy rally, With souls all uited anll fro 'iey cherish no hnto for a seollon, No landmnrks their Union (ILvido tht they go for a conniou protection, And fost to our charter abide. Cimonus. Then up with otir flog! we will lenl it. Thme strength of tihe hearts that are truo For tike frevmen that love will defrnid it, ?ho glorious red, while and blue. Not a man who Is timid or yIelding Not a ni who can trin to the wind, Is fit for Columbia's shilding, H1or greatness and glory uonbined But one who in days long departed, In darkness or splendor the same, Is Seymour, the noble, high-heartiel, Enorowuod with the laurel of fafue. 1 from the C oarlr.ton Merenry.] The Southerner's Appeal. Meon or the North ! ariso with might Have ye forgot 'iwas freedoni's right 'That mnade our grant-sires daro Tho Revolulion's hitter strife, P...

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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. — 16 September 1868

Desportes, Willlms & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry ndustry and Literatrpr VOL. 11. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1868. O. 1 THEP1 -V AIRFIELD AEALD 18 PUn113111.:) W-::KY BY DESPORTES, WILLIAMS & 40. Terms.--Tul lIrt.%jo is published Woek ly. in the Town of Winunboro, at $3.00 in vareal>dy in advance. "" All transientt advertiseme'Ais to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and TriVites $1.00 per square. Selected Poetry. DON'T STAY LONG-. A look of yearning tenderneti Beneath her lashes lies, And hope and lovo unutterable Are shadowed it, her eyes, As in soine deep unrunefld streata Are cloude and sumer skiet. She passed to early womanhood, From dreamy. sweet. girl life, And crossed the rosy threshold but To innd herself n wife; Oh i gently ishould ho. lead her ti*d's - Along the path of life! And as she claspiq' he simal while hands Cpon his arm so strong, How often, like a summer gli'g, Or a sweet pleading song, ...

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. — 16 September 1868

T11E FAIRFIED HERALD d IV I NNSM)O RO. S. C. Ww1hndiay Mornilli, sopt..16, 1=13. J)eNp:wI W ~illiamtls & Co., Props UNION AND 1EAE. it For President. 110,N. 110111T110 SEAMO110 , OF. NEWM YORK. For Vive-Presildent. 010 MiSSOMlI. D istriot (;on tral Associati n. ''he meceting was.cullod to order it One O'clock on Monday by tho Presi. dunt W. R. Robortson. 'I'io Chair t,ben amiounced that the objeot of tho mncOtiitg wa the selec, ,ion of Delegates to a Convention to be hold inl Colutmbia to itnomiintate a candidato for Congross from this Conl. grossional District and al.so to respond to a schemio of ovr.oli.zation a iCol tral Sta o Clhd, and Celntral Distriet Club's as 'ro-posed at the it ( oive inl Coll, Ia;:. 01n mooion of laylis 1'. 101k:1l. (he Ch!vir -ppuinted tho follimw ing com miWle 10 ooiludto dlega.tes to thet lis lkie J.11. Itionl. N. C'. kkoblert Slil, Dilvid Pro% iuce 1111i J. H1. Cros by. The folloviing gentlelmen Were 110111itted by (ho Ibovo comittoe ald coi ffirmd...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 16 September 1868

Latest by Telegraph. From Washihgton, WAsHiNUToN, Sept. 8 Internal revenuo receipts to-day only $25-1,000. The Chancery Court of Toronto, In do. cidIlIg the case of the post OfficO stamps, captured by the Fllorida, o.old in Europe, sent to Canada for sale and ulimately sCiZ ed by the United States, declares tliat all Uni ted States property captured by the Con federates during the war, no mat ter where found, or by whona hold, is the property of the United States. WAsnisoToN, September 7. Schenek, to whom, with Spnator Morgan, vas left the quostion of calling Congress, in September, has written a lotter delreea. ting a September session. The b)est in. -ied parties 'says there will be no ses eion. SenatorI Pinehback's threat to bilrn New Orleans, is regarded with horror by hl par. ties and classo here. The debtstatement sliows an increase of coinbearing $8.11191.000; increase or ctirren ay bearing 1,11M.000: decrease of matured dobt not. presented 5,4:)3,000; inorease of debt bearing...

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. — 16 September 1868

Selected Poetry, WE ARE OOMING FAT11EA SEY we ar, coming. Fathier meymouir, wo are uoiing rin tatahe WtYt; We Iavo thored fromn he 0i1hirre plains, the karave-t. 111'A the bIest, TO bli aloft (Ite s,arry flag, the ciion ot' the free, 'Vho stfnilard of that legion host, the sons of Liberty. We are coming, iatlor Seymour, We are coming frot the East; We havo killed the fatted ouifrto make ready for the feast ; At which the suns -from all the States 'an I congregato ani sing, Aud laugh anId Ahout thoSO wil4 lut.Z,a that, make the wolkin ring. We are comning, Father SOy1nour, we are coininig from the North ; We are gathoring in our legions, to drive the traitors Voilh, Vrom overy nook and oorner, of every rank and station, And placo anew in every po,t, the statesmen of the nation. WVo avo comming, Father Seymour, we ar' coming froun the Sunth; To hall gahi our natal Iflg, the glory of our youth The flag onr gran(sirea swore by, beatur's hope ani pride; The one he bore with heroln,onl Ov...

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. — 23 September 1868

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors, A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature Terms---$3.00por Anhuin VOL. 11. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESD)AY MORNING, SEPTEMB J2,186 O.4 TILE FAIRFI LD HERALD srm ru l'nt. n:t. ny DESPO ItTIES, WI Li,A MX & C( iy in tihe Town of Wilillsbol-0, at $3,0.00 i tlel I E?f I l(IUCC'. yif" All ti-ftlMieit adve1tise1ents to I paid in advance. UbItuar. Notioes and Tributes $1.00 p1C squire. Selected Poetry. [ Fr"om the Noijolk Journal. "WHOM HAVING NOT BEEN, W LOVE nY ml. E. M. It is easy to love olien eye l.iot5' , And the .itie reveals lptthe heart, Whlen the flush on 0he ollok can the sot bespeak, And the lips in gladess rt There's a thrill t'f bliss fif the ldvlng kiss, And a s'po'l in the kitidky tone. Anil thle spirlt Hlath bonds of tenderness, To link to' itself its own. Bitt a deeper joy, that halith no alloy, F roie the heart's l,re lC'oun t iay Ilow, Wifen its wealth of lold is lestoed above, Wihere all its p...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 23 September 1868

'THE FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBRO,M S. c. WeAinwday Morning, Sip',.'t0,10. . ) Ipor,eI, Williams & Co., Prop'; -NION AND PEA C. For Presidutl. OF NECW Y011K. For vice-President. I" 11IN' IN .l P. BLAIR, OF M18S-11URM. 7 Soldier Relief AsIsociat on. We 0 re1urint and propuse to give, for tle 'beleit of' iuth as did not attenld the oldier.l' wetin! )I* tl Hi th in Mait, a iu1min onneo ntilm-.11ary u1ponl tiv coust it ution adop(ed. CtN 81.'ITUT'1IlN. I '-'Ti 0,oce.jly shal t b (III 1%4ow as te l':irlcht oi ler' lb-lio' A,sociation,. 11u14 '.l. The 11w4-nbers it' this -toeivly shall con*ist ol' lihe ..inivvig iiwers nii itlitms of the IatMe h'tilenit e a11rm , niiy lmy nile C f wihoill Ioly bweoin a itlnoili . by pnying ig an ilnili ion l'e .1 one. iJlar. ll'i by pIleelgiig imy IM11ntl1ly a 1 Icnilililbtiol of nut le'ss Otla mill dollar. :41. The officers Of' thli.4 ociety ."hall Coul s of n I'resiliI, Vi,8eol'rci,lIni, - lary 11114 Tresue 1,0m anl Exckilive C'onm Illitlee f! i - (, l ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 23 September 1868

Latest by Telegraph. From Washincton. WAntAHNUToN, Sept. 4 The Navy Department has received ollicial reports of Cho earthi1uako at In. quols. The crew of the Fredina consiitcd of (lirtcen petty oflicers ant fourtieen hands, but none of Anericanbirth... Tle earthiuako incidents at iliquo. is are that 000 were drowned by a tidal wavo-at Arequipa. The tower ofll. Cital lina Church, is tle otily edifice left. Near ly ILI the Ininates of the hospit-It prisons perished. Mount Mistio Is discharging lava and mud. The river emits a sulphu rous odor; no one dares go where Clie city was. People are living In tents. At PaW carphat, hundreds were crushed by tile fallen houses. At Arcada, an Amuerican hark, With uano, was swallowCd. At TaU quin: 150 lives were lost, mostly childh-ci returning fromm school. 'The lown of Shigr1 wIs swept away--only twently of 500 in habl lnt escaping. The niro works itt ., , 1u1 wer1 e d eStro ed. Mir. lillng 'Iirst, the British Consul, wits kilied Tio A meribmai b...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 23 September 1868

Selected Poetry. HAPPINESS. When 4ro we happiest ? When the light of Wakes the young roses from their oriison . rest? When cheerful sounds upon the fresh winds bornc-, Till man requlms his work wih bitter zost, Whilo 1ho bright waters leap froin roci to glen Are we hIppiest (1hen ? When are we happiest? in tie crowded hall, When fortnue smiles, and flatterers bend tho Itnee?T flow soon-how very soon-such pleasurse flow fAist must. falsohood's rafibow-coloring floe : Its 1-oisoied flowrots loave the sting of care: Wo aire not happiost then Are we tho happiest when the evening hearth' is cieled With Its crown of living flowers ? When gooth round the laugh of harmloas 1iirth, Anid when affection frot her bright urn nluwers Her riohet bain on the (Mating heart ? Bliss I is it there thou art ? Oh, no I not there ; it would bo happiness Almost liko lloayeti's, if it might always be, Those brows without one sha'ding of dis. tress, And wanting nothing but oternity But they are things of ear...

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