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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 January 1870

u-,, ' 1: 'l._ - i;"kt'S; .~"t: ' V I'-w e a , . " .. .. "I 'rl IS .. Dp Williams& Co., Pro otors A Family Paper Devoted to Sciencp Aft Iquiry, lnustry and Literatu V -L1.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNIN70.[No THE FAIRFIELD HERALD is PUBLISHo WFKKI.Y iY DESPORTPB. WILLIAMS & CO ?Vns--Tuti IIsnALo is published Week. ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at 33.00 in. Parably in adnance. US' All transient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $.00 per square. When You Were Seventeen. When the hay was mown, Maggie, In thse years long ago, And while dihe w,stern sky was riech With runset's rf y glow. Then hand in handl close liniked we passed The ,tewy ricks bet ween, And I was one and-twenty, Slag, And you were seventeen. Your vnice was low and sweet, Maggie ; Your wavy h'air was brown; Your cheek was like the irild red rose That.showered its petals down; Your eyes were like the blue speedwell, With dewy moisture sheen, When I was one-ane twenty, 'lag, A...

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. — 5 January 1870

FAMIEIC HERALD. WINNSBORO, S. C. Weiedslay Miorning, Dec. 22,18'9. D. i ;y's3, W l li am3 & Co., Prop:e ThIe Prope a E ference. '+ The Chai.leston Courier closes its comnmien.t upon the Georgia bill by uaving, that "all the South can do, is t. wait and hopo." Now we cannot " p miile of ground for hope that j r inney of the congressional ' a hether cf the Radical, - ie .r Denmcratio party, can r.. "n except by armed forco, nid an di: ever no sense in rcaifing a inu iia y wuent. What we can do, we ; ,!, at once, arid it is a very ri np'. th g. though 'Tlhad. Stevens notili I t t it would take "twen . y '' o it g ts to it ; we can us.; c' . I.: w. een? immerndiate/yl sub nAl, ab>solutely and conil te"y. to the Congqrcesional jna.,rity, and leavo to ot.z;ois the pi otlen of overthrowing the usurpations of Congress by force, for it is sher lunnay, as grcat as that of the idea of "peaceable secession," to suppose that they can be over th r'wn except vi it armis. We can :-unman t. r...

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. — 5 January 1870

e0, itt 256t pd<24. to 15 oni kertt. 01 At>:A T 1,t D erpber 31.--Cott tetive and ji 4 tier, with sa1e 1.000 btles.- 6gsi 24 ; recoil 1,6?7, fj Live I Market. L tv~nr'(t,, . S1.-Cotton anti --Uplandss i 4Orleans 1I 4 ; so m10,00 balov. Terribly , eing Contest. The Pitteborg . Poo says : A ft moning sinoMA bpl, was held in o of the ht 'q. d4'e i'ty, att whici urge ti 6 bdrflyotung folks were tteudaq . Mesong the attraotiu f: the erveni was -a - prise, a go ing, offered t0 the. lady who chon utwalts all competitors. At 'olock the band struck up "II lh3 hio," and a full dozen competito aok their places on the floor, enteric or the contest.. At the expiration welity tninutes four of the coupl ave way and took their seats, leavir ho rest t*4rling and whirling in ti iddy anadsiutoxicating Iauces. Os 'otr. t o these was but thr tupuilea oft the flor, and the de..n rent o14 t.l4 augther hour had pis.o then, fr s heer, exhatu~tion, anotb~ oulde gaas way, leatvitig the fl.tr, h1e remaiu...

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. — 5 January 1870

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Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 January 1870

5 1 Co., Troprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to ScienceAt inquiry, Industry and Literature [Terms---$3.00 po' Annum In Advane -- t O. > THE ..1 FAIRFIELD HERALD 1 ruit.LisuHt) wEI;K.X BY DESPORTES. WiJIAMS & 00 Terms.---Tal HI Is AL is pul ishedl Week ly in the Town of Winn.3boro, at 63.00 in vareably in advance. Imoi- All transiont, advortisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. Broket Tows. Prronti.;s are lightI. sp:ken ; V onI wh' ,.;a we blindly build (Uttered only to be bro.ken) lie forever utal'allille'l Oft bet raye., lbut still believing -- )Uped- I a.:-til atnl yet again All can- !l~opn?. all our grieving a II ( s u,, but it war.- in m in. From tim' craBile nnd the coral Frot iihi sunny d-ys -1'" youth We are tnttght. the simple moral, Stitl wo doubt. the moral's truth. W her: a boy they found me rather Lut it to do as I walYs hill. 'I shal l buy .t birch,'' said fat her. iiruketn Vows ! lie never dil. 'rtnwn e xtravngant.. w ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 January 1870

A t:al1icat View oftie Late Is Suc$'. 1 [i a rect I otuse on the "Transi- t [. - a P riod of t ho United State'," in e il-Ioi Lt," bfore the Merceantile Libra- O ry .k-ecation, the lion. U. 8. Haout we' IIb Sec retary t-f t he Treas ury, made n th ( following remarks: "'it duating all this period there wits between the slaveholding and the no.'lavoholding seetions of the coun- e try a contest for mabtery. and each enoeeded in the particular line in which it entered. Tho south-the dnhccholding section-struggled for tho mastery in the government of the coun try, in the politics of the country. The institution of ulavery gave wealth and lux'iry, opportunities for attention to politic.< taul matters of government, to a snail clays in the South, and these opportliities being availed of by per. tions of tho peop'e in that scetion of the cio't ry,t ,hey came actually to control the UGoverument. On the cuntr.ry, the people of the North sought fr mastery in the develop. mnit in agricultur...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 January 1870

- - t Foreign News. PAnIi, January 4.-Tho lmpertis speech and the successful formatiotof the ministry have favorably affectd the financce. ItNDON, Jan. 6.-Int the ink of Eugland bullion has decreased ?101,. t 000. A riot near Loi.gford, Ireland, is repo) ted, with loss of life. PAHI, Jan. 6.-Bullion has dt. -reased :32,000,000 francs. F.oi.:. ce, Jan. 8.--Minis'erial i changes favoring the left,"centlic patty are pending. L IN, .Ja-'i. 8. &ory bits been exter, ively publih ed, on the couti- o nent, late! ;, to the effect that Presi. o dent (mnt. will soon visit, the Suver eige-s of Ecaripe, and that he will 1u1uke the trans-Atlatiei Voyge le. tl companied by a fleet. of irona-clhd. Williamn D.muglass bas issnd a chal lenge to the wui Id to roe'; his y:ee!.t, 8 i ppho A me; ica, to S. .dy 11 oek on t the 4 I of July next. Ma nin,, .J at. 8.-All idea of die tat hi b- be.I ui.doned, Theitt il rcis , eu. to w-ith+!. awv their re- c $igno' iosr , 1101es1 -t -letinite pe;liej is t)ro ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 January 1870

o.,'1 II, Jan. 6..---'The Sonate IIIet at 12 1). 'Thi' olloiwirg petitions were pro sented aid referred : Of Sundry oiti zeis if lteiinifort County, relative to tho pais.ge of a bill to provide for the formati an of a now County, to be cullel the County of Coosawhatoh-ie. A joint. resolution to authorize the Commiioinsci of the County of Wil l iasibury to levy a special tax of two mills on thl dollar for the purposo of building a jail, and for other purpos es, was read and referred. Ar nimn introduced ai preamble and t ioluoti That as the Conptrollor Gnera'; report shows that inillions of dollars belonging to this State are in the l:ids of II. 11. Kimpton, Fi naiiail .\ t gent of the State, the Com uittee on I'nuano be authorized to inqiird and report what amount of socuirity, if any, is leposited by the aid finanicial agent, to sourc the Statte ;h wich was laid over. Nash introduced a bill to regulate the on in hor of jurors who nay be eluiillciged per:.inally in all casol of fehoy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 January 1870

10_ ro r e o . 1, am l ap r, D !o e r" ,';.;ce t r19 Xy1 1n'7 .~ r ,_ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ Js ni inu ' I' f c WINNSBORO, iV rB S. C. ;~~ Y RNN,JAtJAc 19;7.[O3 fally adjusted, and so adjusted as tderfero as little as possible with tA daily comfort. It is the direct e'st of the people at large that 1 t? shall be able to buy cheaply atevor they have to buy. Our pro. nt 'tariff of duties on imports com ele the many to pay high prices for e benefit of a few. Although en act.d4arlin tb great need of the govornmena , it was, meiprtheless, trained not. :the one reat end of giving the federaITea y the larg est income, but with the ew of favor ing certain special priva interests. No government has a rig t to tax ex cept to obtain its neces revenue. To impos. taxes upon artio&. of dai. ly need for the mere purpos, byin. creasing their price, of favoring the capitalists engaged in their maanufac ture or production is an abuse of the taxing power. So long as laws are enacted upon this prin...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 January 1870

Wts1imnu;on Xcws. The Presi dent will nominato Wi. St ron;', ot' l'ennsylvaiia, as Urier's sn'ccs or. lie will not withdraw ilour's nhomination. ''he administration contemplate no' ac ion regarding Cuba. Executive circles havo information that the Spanish regiments can march to any 'point on the sland. A treaty for the annexation of San lomin'go to the United States was tie :gotiated by Prosident ]Boe and our. commorcial agent, Perry, at San Do mingo.. Thii& treaty, with a seoret message of the Prcident of the Uni ted States, was sent to the - Senato ui Monday. Of the truth of this state ment, thero-is no doubt. The govern ment's motiv a for the acquisition . of San Domingo is its geographical rela. tion to this country, as a means of national difenoe, as-well us it genoral maratimo advantages, and hence, as-a preliminary, the loase of Samana was effectd, and tho jurisdiction of the United States established over that part of the territory of San Dowingo. Several senators who ar...

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. — 19 January 1870

From Washington. WASHINGTON, January II.-In the House, the Reconstruction Commit tee rsported a bill favoring the admis sion of Virginia, which was made the special order for to-morrow. It con tains Butler's preamble ; the words of the fundamental bill, that none voting now shall hereafter be excluded ; ex acte disqualifloations required by the fourteenth amendment; legalizes the senatorial election. C b 0 b an'' vi n tite io ow In the house, Farnsworth, referring to a bill from the Reconstructioni Committee for the admission of Vir ginia, said, instructions were to allow a liberal latitude in evary amendment and debate. Binghan offered his bill as a substitute ; both were postponed until to-morrow. The indications p Q to considerable debate. Cox WI iovo to cancel all the Reconstrue tion Committeo.bill, making the no tion of Virginia irrevocable. Wood will move to strike out all after the first section. Eldridge remarked of the Virginia bill, that the conditions imposed were abomina...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 January 1870

She is tlc blitlest. brightest bit d. The sweetost, wir~sutnest lettle fity, Tiat c'r a loveless bosoms stirred To owa utfection's peA it sway. 11er locks ale shiushhite -oftly curled Above a brow they loved to kiss; lier eyes, tl.tiaats loot c e world, Wanderihg In wonder o':ir this. 11Vr cheeks are ru.Itdy, wt snd fair, Where dienpies play at. hido-and-meek )tor lips bright stores of gladness, where Rejoicing waves of laughter break. For home slie's one continued song A sunny dispellant of care ; A star, a joy whore troubles thtong; 'To earth a lIkavon-to Hleaven a praye aOe ts n BORMNAN oF aRiSE's. "REMAINI Wihere shall jd;griin, worn and hoary, On his lest drear couch rooliue ? Under palms In southern glory ? Under lindens by (he RhinO? Shall my form to earth be hurried In the waste, by stranger hauds? Or on some lone coast lhe buried, Sea dirgod, in the drifted sands ? latters notI God's heaven as brightly Will surround ane there as here And Its stars, like death lamps. niglatl...

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. — 26 January 1870

Desportes, Wilhams& Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature Terms-$3.00 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. 111.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26,1870. [NO.32 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUBLISHE0 WEEVKi.Y BY DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & C Terms.-Tus IHRALF Is published Wee ly in the Town of.Winnsboro, at 63.00 i wareably its advarce. r All transont. advertisements to 1 paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 p square ritiless Fate. Iiv ALICE ARY. I saw in my dream a wonderful stream. And over the stream was a bridge so it41 der, And Ovevthe white thete *as sohurt flih And over the scarlet a golden splendor. And beyond the hridgy was a gqod)y ridgi Wfiere bees' made honey sinli aora w1 growing, Ano1 CIQwn that way tlarough the gold at gray A gay young man In a boat was rowing I could .see from (he shore that a rose ?I wore StueOt In his button-hole, rare as ti rarest, And singitig a song and rowing along, I guess...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 January 1870

Ta(,nsoni hsa New York-Gen, Le Applauded Vocireroads ly. New Y'rk. Janury 11.-I woti the oter n1-gat to the Gran4 Oper Iluso with busato westorn ft iouds, wi wi.hed to eitertain themnselves witi the Ieedley (I wnay say with the vor; poor meodlo) of porformances tha haa-veat~uli-yeerwoarried on there.b: L ingard anid Paul, One of hio itent of -h pram e ftho 94 ing w.As the uppearance on the stag fOt af airber of charactoristio ge lo p 1.e he io not a ble en o th dN -c as ick Gro1 Gran Thejigures stal4b todsy.e foFb ~o~lQtIIO 9it i o but. f9eblo In ter in 1OUQ9, ,SIad O16 fort oply a'' 44 Tyghtkeri tb, 4uro,,Of tq appord, ho eygr, 01411n nilitary . oostuie aI * smokib* a oiggrt t:ia were somo sigo of w.ktiltUP Jutho house, and * rbo) et~ aout one foirtab c < the udin ee' appa uded and anothe quarter h1sse;1, while full" 'one-hal of the' whole. body took no part wit eithel'ider but: wintained their or dnai'l stillesiss. Xmi1odlaely after the counterfel rese~tmet 1 Guneral Qrant. ha ...

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 January 1870

Foreign Iet s. ' PAnIS, Jan. 18.-Yesterday t e 3 Marsellaise published the followin : "Madrid.-Public meeting. Twenp p thoueand Republicans, by a unadti' mous vote, congratulate Republicans b of Paris and Deputy Rochefort, the A devoted champion of Democracy." t In the Chamber the debate in ' Rochefort opened. The Chamber wafst crowded. All the Deputias and the n full ministry were present. The Left b %tn~ 11~ 3~kdn~ t hof dlo . tT e I d( vote,. bnlitrY resign (applause). Roqhefort made a violont ' speech, doolarin.g that the ministry-, were determined to get rid of hini. Crowds are collooting. A largI force of police are on haud. I Five o olock--Large crowds colloot. Ing. The guards have been doublcl. 0 Half-past five.-The crowd not al. i lowed to approach the Chamber. r Six o'clock.-The chanber arraign ed Rochefort, by a vote of 226 to 34. a Tho announcement caused a groht t demonstration in favor of Rooliefurt 0 among the people in Place de la Con- d corde. Half-past six.-Another...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 January 1870

1ho na ho2.Itw emn it s ? ' Ihe. sase llpesaother's e'very dlay, U.' eihaniie or) hit I Ihe ileeting came Which1 --who slu,!1 say 't I' w- n t1111 n h 0hnt tilheri ai, C Ilt '.i.-h flit roeher for that nighi ; Y ii ui l. as I drew near, so red; Whenl I wei', white. An.I then 'iC u meetings day by day, Our only tholght uoar, sun am4 Ioon, The u11mm1111er (1uiCIy pa15se away, Indeed, (m) soon. We pre4ssed ronel hiand" ; l'orunoth-p ,;uvtled: For no hiig. foolisl tear 4 . We quarrelleyu, a sowr coroly And eant i, all. 'Then autumnn came, antd winter whito; The swallows fled to skies of blue ; Llve '-t was freezing day and nighti If C lrozo us (m. And I to other lands must. go; "Fu4'rewell !" you sai, so coutrPteously; Cortle o I kissed your hand, and so FHo let It he! The ADbeaty of'the Anmicwa Pait tiot int t-its Per1,od of thae Couns'y'~s Ostreer. We publish in another column, an article from the Winnsboro News, Onl the subject of the new party that it advocates. At the same time, we...

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 February 1870

F .. 1 ._ _ 1______ _lr4wl44-AW Desporte, Williams & Co. Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. VOL. 111.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2,1870. [NO.33 THlE FAIRFIELD HERALD is runmianza WYAKLY 11y DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & GO Terms.-Tus lmnAL is publisherl Week ly in The Town of Winnsboro, at 93.00 in Varea6ly in advance. MV' All transient advertisemonts to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. The Oficers Funeral in Prison. BY CAPT. T. V. TIDUARsI. No military requiem grand Swells round his lonely bier; No muffled drum, no mourning baud, Attend the warrior here. 1 To him all funeral pomp's denied, No ufe, or trumpet loud, No guard of honor by his side, o banner for his shroud. No trophies won in daring fights, Alorn his coffin rude, To attest the stalwart warrior's might, And prove his noble blood. No last saluto is tred o'er The hero's now.nuade grave, Sunk close by Erie's sloaping...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 2 February 1870

W41 11 tve s:'een (sat s t lie Macon 'Ile. a p grapph) a lt r fr i th is geitletan, frami dated CIri: wford % ile, 1 ith instant, in iulet which tho writer v: .n'y 1-1 lit ii-w a lilt de better than I fuitur h:ivo been-I inn 0,bl to sit up. retd U.d wrie a little , but, I cannot walk A or eveni st1d1 wit h(f Itassistarceo. laik "Pl;.-ati aecept lily thaiko fo- tbo1, ohi It initerest yomi ima.n ifist in lily wll -be- ve ing, beth physical ,.nd ,piritul. Be a girl ass ured I am ( p f.e.ly re.-igned to hi the will of Go-d ill Lll miy aillietioiw. e. re I endeavor. wih hdie pJice1of Jobtt to heir whatever awaits I1e under ills, the diispensatioi ; nod with a fGll faith ini wek 1118 ineroy, th rough the atoniing ined ia-i ni l tion of the ledeen:er; nd alItso fur-' tI , ther, with a firin belief that "tll I 1hat thinigs work together for ite good or what those who love God"' and put their ioLh trust, in Him. lor .tI "A leading object with mo for wo'lb year.-, indeed from early youth, has...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 2 February 1870

News Items. RICHMOND, Jan. 25.-A salute of one hundred guns were fired in the park at noon, in honor of the admis sion of the State. Several thousand persons were pres ent, two-thirds of whom were colored. National flags were raised on the Custom House and Capitol. Gov. Walker spoke a few minutes, congratulate the people and predict ing a glorious future for Virginia. A colored Conservative and a num-' ber of oolored Republioans made po litical spiechds, the burdmn of.the lat ter's being that if the Stato did not follow the spirit - of the Reconstrue. tion Acts she would be put back us a territory. Rcnnoxn, Jan. 27.-Gov. Walker issued a proclamation colivening the Legi.,lature Tuesday, February 8. Nzw ORLEANS, Jan. 27.-The Le gislature passed a joint resolution pe titioning Congress not to reduce the .duty on sugar and molasses, and a bill anmeding the gambling law. It re inaugurates the old system of private .gambling and black-mailing. The State Central Committee and 1 Collector C...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 2 February 1870

Mnore th-" 0110 IS1 iWni how hollow fi *4L. proverh, and bli burd. 1. 1I1.e worin, it Nitro i uso follow, Ot up earlier i han t he bird. iniihtless, Ion, the bird1 iii rj'estion, Eating will too yrent a 7al, Sufferedi much front lvimligestion, Ovring to Ihat mortting ineal. Anil it would not he surprising, It'tbat birdie full a prey To h 'sporttsmnn-eorly rising MaIes the aim bo buro, they say. Perhaps its young too-hadi it any ly their parent left forlorn, Cang'it catarrhal nihnents many From the keen, cold air of morn. Other hirtds -for birds will chatter When I hoy saw the birds alight, blight iav 3 chirped with iournful patter, SAl I the rako's hoon out, all night " Summing up the case concisely, This docidedly 1 say : Early hirds don't get. on nicely, Early rising doom not pay. State Legislatumre. 8ENATE. Cor.tarirA, January 26. - The Sonato not at 12 M. President pro Ien. Montgomery in the Chair. Joint resolution that a joint coin mittee be appointed, with authority to itvite ...

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