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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 30 September 1868

-N - - - + -~--~--~-T Depres ilams & Co. Pro-orietors.]a sL a Dosporto, Willims & Co, Propretors.]A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Litratur, ITr~4 0pr~ ~ i VOL IWN 30. 8 or An - - ~INNSIO, S C. WED LNE"DA MO NN ,I) 99 )RI19 AY 10-HNIN( THE FAIRFIELD HERALD """i 'Um1.1sit.) WE.I::y By ESPOlvTEs, WILLI1,AM8 & UC. Ternis. -TI'll F IIF1t,lr is publislhel Week Ili Iffe, 'N%V1n of Wiinnsbor"), at 63.00 inl. vareab/ il advance. 26jy All transient advertisenents to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. Origia' Poetry. [Original.] THE VILLAGE WHERE I WAS BORN. DY MItt. 0. LADD. The pleasant village where I was born, And the wide spread grassy shaded laivn, Are there ; But. the friends who met at the ringing call, A way to the lawn. Now boys for the bail; Are not there. I have been again to the little mill. And th-) lumbering wheel, it Is moving stilt: They are (here; But the friend. who met me t'.ore to play, In the nfil...

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. — 30 September 1868

T119TVAIRPFIED HERALDI lN81StORO, S. C. ..Jd toinwg, p~ 30, 1808. POSWC., Wilo, P Propm UNION AN PE " E. For President. 10N. 1H0RATI0 SETHOU1R, ..\ NEW Y011K. For VIec-President. IIN, FRAMi P. MIII, OF MI.SSO1 Il. doastitutional 'Thoology. No. ir. Not on1ly are ite Christian lIei glon and fibrly protected by law, as wellave said, const i (it ili l t I systells, lti first deriving its "on.situtiont front the AhnIiglity inl thle forI ol, a direct revela tion ol t tuth, and the second ,froin hIttim'au history andl experience, but belween the lIible itself anI all free colls! it itt ious Ithoril is a mlost triking an)alogy in yery Iamy respeets. A full exposit uo of this 1talogy would prove thattheo practical wk:dom flone ol the liiblk. is a iltlil m videnc 0 titling it to r'ellilility as the fli Vile rIl' e ot lil'. Vor just I it dle Sceribcs Illan tip bte, so .-tatesmlenl awld .bogitlators teitify that htle is, by t.heit inlAtitutik-ns and by their laws. This sah.jeoct i., tar' beyonf...

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. — 30 September 1868

Latest by Telegraph. Froth Washinato-h, WA5SIiNGTON, Septe;nber 22. Surrnit's counsol ot, forth i the aluisly in his defenco, claiming satfety for Sirrat under that. elnuse pardoning all who were nt. then under indict nelit for Ireason or felony, in ainy court of tie Unlited Stites, having comnpetent jurisdiction. Counsel claim that nurralt. at that iino, was mnder indictment for murder at common law and not for treason or feloity, aifd, onlse. quently, Is entitled to the benefit or the proclamation. Prosecution demur and ilho trgument Is progressing. Dutler, yesterday, tiled papers lit the Ilouse, regarding the Korberly suit, claim. Ing it was a breach of his privileges as a uember or the flouse. Internal revenuo receipts to-dny $171, 000. The it l plen ll (lie Surratt Case wia nIl day, and will be renewied to. nl)orrUW. lie Pritlie Uns a ditmn ich front Atl ant a, regarditig (he Camilli aflair, staling that ('olo.el 'ierce was dangerously shot, and laptainl Mrlilphy badly hrt. Tle...

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. — 30 September 1868

-rwh the M101111e4yap valche. 0 BREATHEi NOT THE NAME. ['lheso batifful linies from tile Irtliv gifted POCI, 1ost tolibliigly )OIrtrfy (i prost-rate antl deati-like condition of' IIt South, wiiiknti cil Itin heel- o' rdanatiCa V cruelly presses uponihliler. % 1 Oil !speak no[ I lie word, nor breathe (leo Ileane Imillie,U f,0l ier sleep ill ihe slinshino of drea.'n. W:ake her not. uip 1)y ihe light. of her ilnne, W1hie li0 ba4n11eri of lyranitly streaim.s. Ve, let her sleep, like a warrior laid low L.et ht:r ,ittber inl dreums of ie past ; WltU10-i 1tier not O til e t feeliigs of wou, To lie uruvlly lossed til the blast. .1 hen she 1iwatles let hor tlinlk of tile day Whtn her ell-le the highest coldd sone Thin,k of tihe timt whlIt her siar was tle Sliefliling glory on Liberly's shore. Bre:the not elic nannet and distub not her Fot' the ift'40o. shd nOti 14 ('ho .1, ti)t WoI1l4 to bright glory 41gain 1 kIL-e her). leip, 1 ,ike thle litirricanie swceI Of I it blast. Wike her Ito t p Ih...

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. — 7 October 1868

- '-.- I rr c 'rn ' g e "1. u t-t -A - s 4: r POO_i- aprb -td rt,Inquiry,-I id Lit ~~~*I WWMI &y a IPtIM I ~ ~ ~ ~ V .WWfOU4 C.WUESDAY MONING COE ,88 N.1 TAII IYf i:iq'bill6hie4 Week-A V. In 11h4 ToWtI 0f Inpsboo, at $.00 in0 - vreabt ai i4i. ;., , #bilt a riements, be MbitUrv, Notice and Tributes -1 i 00'er Original Poetry Come all ye gallant Democrats Com 1tro s, on6 indalt, And join Wil hyour united streagili To rgll our mighty hall, And while (lie bell is-Orllng Avith shouts we'll tend, ih iir: Three oheers for Statesmai kcSoIQur 'Afd the warrior, Gene Vrom'Georgias i e*'*&vdia4h, To the lay alored ofMalaeb ,Wet'll lirl tIhe botiodin , Iissie tort1ii O'er inot niin d d a; AmIbwhlll the ball in r'ollthg With sho0to we'll. rp& the Air: TJree oheer*'for. Sbtatearna S6ymour lid t. h wdirlbr, General Blair. (Three ce aors) -From,old Manhattan's mi1ll6'u To Western prairies grand, Our ball shall bba a greeting, All-round the ennny-land; And while the ball is rolling. With ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 7 October 1868

THE FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBOtO, S. C. Wednesday gornig, Sept. 30, 1808. besportes, Willaims & Co., Props UNION AND PEACE4 For President. lION. HORATIO SIEMOUR, OF INEW YORIK., For Vice-President. I1ON. FIANK P. BAIR, OF MISSOURI. PUBLIC MEETING. A call meeting of the CENTtAL Du'A0 CIRATIG CLUB, of Fairfold Distriet, will be lcid in t he Coirt 1Ionse at Winnsboro, on Salurday, the 17th of Oolobor. Matters of uimorlance will bo vonsidore<l, and a gone rIl attodan1co of the citizens is earnestly requested. w. IR. ROBERT60N, President.. 1. N. Wrriinis, Seorelary. The Federal Guarantee. NO. I. Tle lovers of peace, order and I ibor. ty, when thay look upon the condition of Tennessee, Arkansas, and other States now oursed with bad govern Ilent, soarch aixiously in the (on1ti tution (if the United States for a remo dy for the prosent condition of affairs. They are disposed to necept tite por potlity of the Union, if it can be muado a Constitutional Union of free and sovereign States, ...

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. — 7 October 1868

Latest byTeleg aph. n . -Nsinet 'r. LitL t. t ~tntes thti ij rce fvgo lin 41: 010: !rPoexi't i as,am gnfli4o pors9ns k Il ed 'were, jo .h'ito .me pointe lke Ii. det ; esptelle froinl, Shernian rr het togont JXportq regarding .1) Chcointa0do. 'hoy had r a shK0it41ork Q41ne "4oasion to. - 6t WAsItNroN Sept'etiber 28. -"The Alhba4na leiulitlv e dleation are with\tIe President T'h.q rsuooilon agniasti8nrratt will pro. b ab li 1)1 o]ed , Senl .doirAgsip. (rasiding Mr. Davis' Jty, '-."Evarts Will Itko ilo active pat- Le havilng .ol'inally snggested Dunn as the proper pr8o11 to lead the --proscou. tiQn, aid Gov. eller of Virgildii, continzes to- tako an.active interest in .te prosect. til", g it lawyer, 'ip, impresion prevails, i l t1Icit wl-tiiai9er, ' btt thero will be .1uterilal re9eue receipts to.dity, $506,. Te New York- Ierold says, gditorially: 'ic Governor of a ij ertainly not fat i\rongii ihAlt o%thal. to national t4op?'are A*cesi?ry 'iN that' Stato. The prosetnco of 60,000 soldie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 7 October 1868

Selected Pqetry, THE EVE1ING STAR. MY JOIN .HYDEN. .low s:veot thy itQde8t light to view, Fair stty, to love and lovers dlear, White troibling on the falling dow, Lko beauty ibini,g through a teat'. Or baniting o'er that mirror streain, 'To mark each liunge trombliig there, Thou sOeai'st. to smilo wit Isofter gloatn, To see thy lovely face so fair. Though blaxing o'er the arch oft night, The moon thyi thm beams outinuhko As fil as ilinl each starry light JMr rayf can never vie with thine. Thine are tlip sof( enchanting hours Wh,at Iwilight lingers on the1o plainl, Atid whispors to the olosing flowers That soon will rise again. Thino is the brozeo (lint, iiurinir'ig bland As inusio, wafts the lover's sigl-, And bids theyielding heart expand In love's deliolous Costaoy. Fair star I thongh I be dooned to prove That rapture's tears are inaxed wi.th pain, Ah ! utill I feel 'tis sweet to love .Uut. sweeter to be loved again. Politica'l News. PKN.NSYI,VAN IA. PTILADiM.IIIA, Sept. 28.-Thep ...

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. — 14 October 1868

jjj O B jresW1Hlm~ o,Prpitr. A Family Pape', Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literaturi Trs..a3O prAnm nAvne VOL 11"INBORO, S* C.f, WEDNESDAY MORNING --~ __ONWGINNQ1~1,86.[N.1 FAIRFIELD HERALD -,8 & ,PADL8HED WEMKI . BY 1DF404'ES. WILLIAMS & UO. Term .-i%s 1HRAL I s pubilisied Week ly in tho Tbot e innsboro, at 93.00 in A ra M tortahets to be p I n, ad,V 11"o 11 btryj o06" _ek1dr,butga $1.0O0por square. Sdlected Poetry, ~4TypJ %EBf M H 4ND, The woy Is dark, my Father I Cload on 0 4oud' 16 gatheriuig thiokly o'er my head, and loud I ie Ctlnd6rd roar above nie. 8oe, I "sland Like one bewildered I Fatlier, take iny And th'ougl tho'gl'dk Lead safely home Thy child. S, fifast, My Father? AP4-the Is drawing darkly (town. My faithless sight Sees ghostly visiogAs. Fears a spectral band.,. 4omo fiercely on I Father take py hand, V --Atd-if'ou the nigit Load to 11ht The way is long, my Father! And my soul Longs fo- rest a,nd qqiet of the goal; \hile yet' I Journey throu...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 14 October 1868

THE FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSO11110, S. C. " Wednesday Morning, Oct. 14, 1808. Resportes, Willims & Co., Prop Criminal Indifference. Tlio most memorable of Solon's laws declared the citizen dishonorod and disfranchised, who, in any politi oal contest, stood aloof and took uneitlier side. A similar sentiient should pervade the citizons of' every repiblic. The people areI alone to be trusted wit-h tle sacred trust, of their owH liberty, and unless they guard it., the forilns of freedomi may r.em1ain, but its spirit, will havo fled. Every voter must do his duty, lie iist inform himlself of the issues depending upon his vote, and should spaoud useful in. tformation amouig his neighbors. The hlabit, however, of voting simply with a party or faction, is the fruitful soiree of Corruption. Issues tre coIn tinually changing, aid votes should be decided by the important issues at stake, and by them alone. When, however, tho truth is clearly on ono sido, a it is so frequently is, and that side...

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. — 14 October 1868

Local Items. PUBLIC MEETINM. A iall meeting of the CENTRAL DEMO ORATIC CLUB, of Pairfield Dettlot, wil bofheld In the Court Iouse at Winnsboro, o: Saturay 'the .1th 'o October.. Mattrs o I46xbttan0e 1011 be eonsidered, and a gone ral attendano of the oltisons is ehrnestfl )'equested. W. R. ROB11RT/ON, President, 1. N. WTvUNi Slerotary. AOotWn Market. Tfia-eiles of the pst week wniount to 380 bales, prices advitucing from last report to 241, tito highest price d for'fmiddling." In consequeice vof.a4eelino. both in Liverpool and New York on the 7th and 8th, tile ynarket receded to 91 and 21j, olosing qn Satdrday at 211 to 214. Tho la testadvicos by telegraph on 12th, re pdrted the m4rket firm ind steady at an improvement of about one-half cent per pound. United State i Musical Review, The October numberof this valun ble musical monthly contains thirteen pages of reading m4tter, divided as %follows : "Poetry ; 'The Harpe.r's Grave, and As Day by Day ; Gretry's Childhood; Anecdote of Ro...

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. — 14 October 1868

Selected Poetry, THE UNVELCOME GUEST. Th'? lights ar lii t,ho chininey glows, 'T'e boards are ladon with the [os!(, And evergreens the high walls dock V In expoetation of a gnest. il Tho maiden wCrs a sijow-white rose in shining braids or silken hair ; The matron's Iace is lit willi iniles - To greet the guest espected there. t Along tih( turnpike's devious way, Aoross the swift and dangerouis ford, Tio jaded steed his rider boars, Obedi,ent, to the lightest word llis iron hoofs upon the night Iting out. a harsh, discordat, title, 111s streamning main shakes in the wind, His wild eye wonders at the moon. The honrs go by, tho clook ticks loud, 'The tire has lost its former glow ; The wino st-ill waits tO stran gor's lip. The tlickering lights burn di In and low ; The nuttron's sinile has passed, The mnaster nod.s within his chair, And faded is Ihn snow-whito flower Tihe maiden wore to grace her hair. A kn,ck sounds at the OtMle gates, That in the summons open wide, And through t le h...

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. — 21 October 1868

eportes, Wilams & o. Propritor A mily Paper, O to c c, rt, InqUiry, industry and LitOra e. Terms---3. per An m, Advanc. VOL. 11.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21,C1868 [NO 18 THIM FAIRFIELD HERALD 7".s I'Ln11S1ED WEEKiY BY 19SP06dS. WILLIAMS & (10. Terins.-TuK I[MRALV is pubfished Week ly. In the Town of Winnsboro, at 63.00 In. Oareably in advance. AW All transient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributd $1.00 per square. Selected Poetry. A STIRRING LYRMd, The March of the Whit e Brigade. hT A, I, REQUIDit. 'l'heir weapons laid in festal shade, They gather fast and far, The men whose ringing charges made Tho mountains reel with war; For Seymour shout the swift array, And Blair, the bold and true, Ar, side by side, the Boys in Gray Stop with the Boys in Blue! A fearless band, they take their stand On river, lake, and plain, To clasp around theie native land A reunited chain,, Vor home, ad wire, and life," they say, "W.e'll look our s...

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. — 21 October 1868

THE FAIRFIED HERALD Po WINNSBORO, S. I. N Wednesday Morning, Oct. 21, 1808. '" Dosportes, W11llIamis & Co., Propm wi UNION AN') PiEAl.m For President. po th 11ON. HORATIO 8EAMOR31, 010-NEW YO1K. P1 For Vice-President. - 1101N. FRANK P. IlA111 0 OF MISSOURI. h Our Dutty. It is too early,for the wisest to von-. P LirO to indicato the policy the wlitos " of the tn Soutlictn States dhould pu- ri suo, in' viow of the probability of P( Grant's election. viatovor they 0 havo (10110 inl the presont canvaws J however, bo it over rmembered, thy ri have dono by invitation of their Da- bi mocratic friends at the North. The ti responsibility' for Lhie . courso of tho b 0anvass upon both sidos, and for its result, belongs oxclusivoly to tho North. As a correspondent from Now York portinently writes in the 8 Charleston Mr-cury, "the Northorn Democrats oonsidored it policy to bring Southern men proimliletly for ward at the Convention in New York," II hoping, doubtloss, thuis to gain, by an it a...

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. — 21 October 1868

Latest by Telegraph. Tai Eleotions,' 'iJ.ADILI'laA, October 13-Noon. Considerable fighting in the suberbs. In the Sixteenth Ward, a boy, aged sixteen, wits fatally shot by a deputy sheriff. in Lh ki vy9utee' l1 Ward, heavy fightiug Is re portel bet I polIC and Mherif&: Whbe. the jIhol i0od at, seven, 4, long line. . of. voters was preosont at each voting place. Thert sire indications of a heavy vote. Both parlties clai the Stato, with the chances favo.sing the Democrats. D-i'. 1.--Tho Democrats claim the city by 0,000 ; the Rtpublicans by 2,000. Sev eri fights are progressing. 7 1'. M.- II PI iladelphia fihe leocrato 'tlect the Mayor atil District Attorney by 1,000 mlijorily. Kelly, O'Neil asd Ma. er. are re-eleci ed. 'iylor probably elect ed. The State wi;l gi%e a lepublican nnjo.tiy of 10,L00. NLW Yosk, Octber 18. Private dispatches state thsat Cincinnati has given 4,600 Riepublican 1mjorily ; a gnin or 3oo. Indiana and Ohio are Republican by at least 20,000. ludiaia reported ...

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. — 21 October 1868

tFrrom tu, oNew orak World.j Importaut Correspolndcou, flelnhobl A( d f o 'icrrepwit-Sub (4nd fiuir Vampmi;pn. The folloWinig Curtr.nQnIlCC is im-) portIaUt, as it practically ill.Atrate.s thu views of thin,kig and enterprising mer cliant-4, anld those who h;ave ti0 alto goth6r lost, their love of coui.tay or Ooi. ttitutioln ats hanlded downl by our forn. fathes, or wlho have at resn)eut -or ia:n. tainling( its hunor andl( charaetcr 594 BIoADnW)AY, N. Y., OCut. 14. TO ("eury*e Wa"siliglou I ley, A"- . firm of /tyky, vu IIrItc, Jl1cA.w<l ,Co.,.)379 Mhomlwvay, Ncw YoUrk.. 1):At SIRn \Vhen IJ.oratio* Seymour was by nclanittionl nloinliliated or' Preii. dent of' thc United States by to Demo cratic party, it was con1cf!(ed by all partios that he was a good statesman and souid defeider of our constitutio, but since his nominatio I have noticed many slandecrots rommizi inl rc-gard to his conduct, during the war. lappily, I1.otn. A. U. Curtiti, ex-0overnor of PeIIIISylvaiill, hasX exprCs...

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. — 28 October 1868

Dsrs,Willam& Coot Frowrietors.] A Family, eratlrvtd.nusry"diert ____ Papr, evotdbt Science,_Art Inur,Idsr_'dLtrtr1[em- 3O e nu,I dance VOL 11.1 * WINNSBOO s. C.t) wEDNESDAY MORNING,OTBR218.[N.9 FAIRFIELD HERALD IPSPORTES. WILLIAMS & CO. Termns.-Tnts It-RALP Ispublisihe(l Week ly In the Town of Winnsboro, at, 93.00 in vasbly in advance. : All transient, advortiseionts to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. ONE YEAR AGO In feeling I was but a child, WIhen tirst w in t--nln year ago As free atid guileless as the bird. That roams the drenmy woodland through. My heart. was all a pleasaint world Of sunbeams dewed with April tears Life't brightest page was turned to me, And naught. I read of doubts or fears. We .met,wo loved-one year Pgo, Beneath the stars of sunitnur skies Alas I I knew not then, as now, J he darkness of life's mysteries, YouI took my hand -one year ago Bentiats I lie nzue dotne above, And gazing on-the stars you told The treibIng-t...

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. — 28 October 1868

THE FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSOo, S. C. Wednesday Morning, Ot. 28, 1868 Dep)rltes, Wll1allms & Co., PropS UNION AND PREACE. For 'Presideit IO1N.' 1l10AT10 SEV10UH, 61F NEWLN\ YORK. For VictPresident. 1ION, FIA- P. BLAIR OF MISSOURI Register Thuisday. Gov. Soott's Incendiarism. The indignation of the entire whit population of the State has been ex cited by the Radioal mooting hold last week in Charleston charging the "Demoeratic party anid Democratic doctrines with the murders lately commi11itted in this State. They are dut in reality to Radical teachings Infla. ming the passions of a few violent men. The hypocrioy (if the whole affair is Iransparent, too, to any one. Thojoy over the "ton thousand votes" siipposed to be added to the Radical party, is so little concealod, that we at once sce It to have been an occasion of rejoicing, such a8 a negroo funeral is well known usually to be to that strange people, rather than a public expression ordisapprobation of vio. lonce, or of sympathy...

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. — 28 October 1868

Latest by Telegraph, From Washincton. WAsUiNUToN, October 19. Speaker Colfax says that "persors with ;V1hot lie is.inl co)mm1tiunictation agree that ihere Is no viecessity for a session of Con gr al-1ik of' NQvaiiber." e , o,f.f'th q* 61jgitn The swts of Voorheeg (Demeerat) and Julian (llepnblicitn), elected to out,gress in lIdiana, will be contested: Dickinson, t110 )hjnoprniuo, Congressinan froiml the nin11 difb dtrlot has been ar 'estesil, charged with issuing fraudulent taturalzlZiLlonl paptrs. The Demaorat'o Tioket not to bo Ohang WAIiOTON. Octo'er 19. Tlhr,Y will be no change in the Denmocrat oiad no thil party DofeAt of John Coyodo. Wmsitxirox, Otober 19. Sohn oovo,le (toplblioant) is defeated for tongress in Pennsylvania, but will contest tit seat, ats ie claims that 00 frandlent. Votes were cast. [Aln-l get it, of course.] . Ho iiY GAO on I6alIe ilron. Nriw Yoinx, October 10. The everest gale known on Lithe liron loccurred Firiday night. ie losses or life reported tare thos...

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. — 28 October 1868

E~ARLY D.M.L ,nx J. liaAM VAN NA.NMs When years have rolled (hoir lengths along With niingled joy and pain. A mim sinheamis leve our horizon, Aud falls t he gentle rain ; When blouds obscure our skies once blue, And care and sorrow blend, And falo has proved to us so false, So changeable at friend ; We luve to wander back in life W'er niemory's suuny plain, And live our hnppy childhood o'er - Our early loves again, And from comnmunion sweet we find Now strength to grapple with The crosses ond the burden s which Our daily lives must give I And hope points us to look nbove This world of care ant strife, To that blest home in Heaven above, Where there's inmortal life, Where di-mppointinents cannot come, Nor enre, nor grief, nor pain ; Whevo we will meet in endless bliss Our early loves again. Register Thursday. The Late Elotions and the Presiden . oy ADilCS oFTl tFA,%3lANY HALIL tsN EnAL COMMITTElE. The folltywing is the address of th 'Tammany IHall General Co-mmittee, 0 New York: ADDI...

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