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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 February 1870

__prts Williams &.oi Prpfl r. ] A aiyPpr eoedt cec-'At ? 7qu17 y, tInut'rya Liaii! E ~z iz Zitz__. OL. -1 . SD VOL.111i.] WINNSB3ORO, S. C., WENI#DAY MORNING, FE BRUA RY 9, 1870. [N. :3 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS Pt,18.18111) WFICKI.Y BY DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & C0 Termo.-Tux ilRAL) is pubtisbeil Week. ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at 93.00 in, vareahly is adniance. 8W All traislent advertisements to bq paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 pei square. Charleston Courier Corres i)ondenlce. Another phrase1 ill the cnrions opera tions of te Greenville Rail Rind "ring' was exhibited to day. It appears that ititeresitd prt Lies are tlow unionsl kt obtain possession ofthe stock owned.by the State, and there being a hitch sone where-oome inconvenient I w, which forbids a transf,-r of the anme by tht Givernor-a Bill was concocted which would unloosen his hand, and at one fell stroke accomplished the object sought How to do it without exciting suspicion, without applying a m...

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. — 9 February 1870

it till I\ iroN, "Ft-bruary 4.-Thge , JukdliAry Czamitteo Qt the 11oUsei decidled fl iy to-duv, afttr eighteen mionths' itvutigatiou, that they would re0port, against the irupeachmenott of B1 ist.'f, the Uoited -States Distriot 4 Judge of Alabama. t Tle I raty uade with the Barlin. g1me e iitbassy by the 'rerident, and , rut ilud - y tLo ,Scanteju July, 18608, t iltd wliA Wu also' r:ifled by the t Chines governument ii October last., wa, lud i t-day before uecretary Fish, 'I who will itk atin fici il anouggnmnOt h of lthe exchange of ratification. a The' Supreme Court will decide the "Legal tender" cases onl Monday: but it ir hinted that the constitution ality of the act will not bo materially involved. a The Senate committee to-day dis. t cussed tho propriety of inaugurating foinlo suffrage in the District of Co- C Attotney General Hloar etays that c hi rej Ti ,n by t.he 8 nato as Supreme c Jiid;!e will not compel him to) leave t the Cabilint, as reported.-Cirlests In Tia, O)JyJ-rr...

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. — 9 February 1870

Tale g'a~wal" borceigsn NewN. | PAnis, Fe bruary L.-There has been a remarkable increase of small pox. within the past few days. HAVANA, Feb. 3.-Castanon's fu neral was the largest ever known. here. The vol-in'eers at Matanzas, excit ed by (astnon's death, demanded Aoevedo and Hernandez, imprisoned for haviog concealed arms, should be given up to them, They fired their indskots.a tbo'air, but faile. to: get possessi6d of, the prilpoheis.: PAisi, Feb. 3.-Letters came on tine, but American new-paperi a r 1111(h delayed by the failure of the Iail trenty. A ptoposition epiwring the pre. idiung oiieu.rs of theo FechI Legis. lative (hmiblere to demuand t: o ps to protect their diter : ations was lost by a vote of 217 to 43. MADI, Feb. 4.-Ofeinl Ialavana d .deis have boen received, a1n1oUniO. ing the dWeet .f the in-urgents by nAt'ill troops. It is re plited that. tile Duk 1 Mont peasier, wIo w.as a candid ite for the tOrono, has ho.m abnoloned by his vuppo tera. 'riuec George, a Gatho. li...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 February 1870

'i1 O"11&'alntil'S Native Laud. W YO fe 1:11 Vhere. tall um grecu, Tho e a t-n1 fol'rm .ak. r siveen ? % Ie" V tle 'I Ithilne waves somaiding run Through vineyards lIanuiug in the sun ? Wo knl the lovely land lull well; 'Tis whier t hee l. '-eultvd GOrmanas diwell. JEnow y. the him wlrre truth is told Wh1lre ward of 11m Is good as gold ? The h-onest 1:0l1. where love 111n:ie t , h Blo'n on in earlsing :oth Y We' kinow that loneit 1 A 1,11l well 'Tis whlere tie free souled Ueuu:.ia dwell. Inow ye the lfiand whern each vile song 1, b'.nlshed Iromk) hue jovial ths o10g ? 'j he acred L.1l, I& here, free (runs a , Rtelig.on iw-ip file simple heart ? We know thu sacrled Iunaul fail1 we'l 'Tis a here 1l'c fre.snoleat Germans dwell. One Ghis Too Much. chi ru i' wi.'5 1 sin carP. Mr..----, who doiosrA'L live mora than a imile I Iom I e post office in this pliao me(ot solm! 1northerni fliends with enthern i iiples, thle otlicr ovening; anl ho ex'enuI-ling to theill the ho-pi. talities...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 16 February 1870

~ospores, * 'nirf ub-., . *_ OCo., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Se N Art Iuiry, Industry and LiteraturFE, . N . _______1* WINNSB3ORO, So -C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, FBUR 617.[O3 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUnLISHRD WEEKLY BY DESPOItTES. WILLIAMS & GO Tenma.-Tus. iRRALn is published Week ly in the Tqwn of Winnaboro, at $3.00 in. wareably in advance. 40- All translent advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. Look at Home. Bhould you feol inclined to censure, Faults you may in othersview, Ask your own life, e'er you venture If that has not, failings too. Let not, friendly vows be broken; Rather strive a friend to gain; Many a word in anger spoken Finds its passage back again. Do not, then, in idle pleasure, Trifle with a brother's fame, Guard it, as a valued treasure, Sacred as your own good name. Do not form opinions blindly, Hastiness to trouble tends ; Those of whom we thought unkindly Oft becomo our warmest friends. A New Leader...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 16 February 1870

Afloat Undergrouud -A Fearful Experi once in Ncollet Island Tunnel. It is not generally known in this vi einity, anid the newspaper men have no t yet got the ite), that William W. Rast man, the proprietor ot- the cmloebrated Nicollet Island TVanel; David A. 8,aoomb, a noted lawyer here ; and George Histwan, a younger brother of William, had a narrow esope froi death a few weeks ago while exploring the ruins of this su terraneun-excavation. The party had proceeded in a boat by paddling about five hundred feet from the entrance. The awful darkness of the place was appalling to the stoutest boart? the vays 'of the lantern shrunk within themnelves, and the cavernous reaches re-eotood a deep, metallio resonance to the tones of the voice. The elder Eastman drove the canoe slowly on ward through the darkness, past sunk. en rooks and logs, Soacomb and George steadying the frail vessel and guard. ing the lantern. Suddenly chaos seemed to have been euthroned; the water in the tunnel rose and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 16 February 1870

_Telegx-ahic* F'oreigna Nevs. PAIS, February 10.-The city is I quiet, Flaurens, it is reported, has fled to Belgium. The ball at the Tuilleries, last night, was postponed on account of the disorders. The 'vigilance of the Government is una bated. LoNDoN, February 10.-The Eng lish Government has declined to prom. ise a reduction of tobacco duties. IIAVANA, February 12.-Vlder w'TdU M-d4edon-Sunday from re vii A1,Wo Apoliti'al Miotives., The agrooment of the merchants to fix sugar taro at 15 per cent. is dis. solved. LONDON, February 12.-W. Cooke, Jr., beat John Roberts, the English champion, 117 in 1,200 points for championship and a heavy stake. PAnis, February 12.-Thirty-five rioters were arrested yesterday, all of whom were armed. Arrests continue. Friolu, WV&II1touu. WASIlNGTON, Feb. 8.-Internal revenue receipts $250,000. A. number of Treasury cotton cases from the Court of Claims were taken up for argument in the Supreme Court this afternoon. These cases were brought up under...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 16 February 1870

Ode. Tiea-rot ried hie'iisoii age With bren heli. ind &,enr,- taid shield, A i 11 i1's abit iona.lst and ra~ge, alislo E n th a reeking battle-field And thrones were built and prolA'd with vwords Atit nmn wias scourged with ohinu and And kings atid pilests, anti fetmia' lords Elntc o'er prostntie millions trod. The Sou1 of ian ! that. asks no svord. Nor trutnp, lio plune. ntor hanner'd train, To etnite the ty ant, king, or lord, Ad give I thon nation life again - Yettshall, in Freedomn' u namo, unbind Til o4orld, ant smnite its woe pud wrong, wVIlIh I' i otlit-r --tho jomwel ottho iiti ! .1 And, rar.cit--- the glory of itong'u I Amid widle as Earth, the Presishall bear That touight and speech on wings of Till Fust and Franklin's names shil hnro A more thai king or warrior's fame Anrl man, rejoiciog-frecd at leugth Shall bless the Printer's Art, that gave liii thought. and speechl inmortal strength, T o froo Eath's serf and Error's slave I Prooeedings of the Leeis aature. In the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 23 February 1870

- -- - - - - - - - -. ~- - - . ~ - - . - . ortes Wilhams & Co., Prppritors.] A Family Paper, Devote4 to$ enler4ce, At nquiry, Industry and Literature [Terms.-3 0por Anmun In Advana VOL. m.] WINNSBORO, S. C, WEDNESDAY MORNINGFEBRUARY23,1870 [N0, 36 THI1tF1 FAIRFIELD HERALD Is i'Uti8n111 wlmrKL.Y ItY DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & C0 7'rm!-T ii HERALD n i publishedi Week ly in th Town of Winnsboro, at 93.00 in. eareably in advance. All transient advertisements to be paildin advanoe. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 peor square. The Years GoLy. A child sleeps under a roso bish fiair Tho hidi .iwell 'ut in hte soft .Mfay air; Sweetly it reats' tili oi dream whiags flies To play with the anagelk itt Paradise, And the yoais go by. A ma ton amindi by 'he rose bush fair; Theilewy blossotne perfume the al-; Shoe presies her hatd to her throbbing breast With lote's wonderful rapture blest. And the years go by. Another kneels by the rose bush fair; Soft sigh the-leaves in the evening air; So...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 23 February 1870

The May Convention- Ciroul .r of the . State Institu a. Tho folloWing isoular letter has hoes, urlesewd to the oflicors and me uber.-i of the oounty. pgrioilltural teietics : I At a meeting of the members of the S uth Caroliua ln1,ittto, on tho thh in-tAnt, among other procedings, Iin ftlilhg osnon was submiit. to I by H, on. W; Di Porter, and, on diue considoration, 'was unanimously 'l'.nted:- '*~ Resolved, That the Pcesidert of *the South OarolinA Inatituto be -request ed to invite delegations from the va rious county agricultural abd mrechatil. eal and irhpaigration 8ooirtie througli out, the State to assemble in . Oharles uon, on the first Tuesday'in May iaextt; (3,) to ta'ko into eoiisideration the qIu tion&t pf'labor and immigration, 1and moans. for further-development of the agrioultoral ittorest of the State. GEN4T~jldinN: As thi eoogtivo ofli car of the Scho Institute Association, I take the earli'aa opportunity to lay before you the appended .xosolution, and respootful...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 23 February 1870

A PAtIS, Fob. 17.-Father Hyacinth u has been roly . agmelite d vows, and will t o - tinue o his functions as an ordinary priest. t BuiftI i 413aik of Vttu9% i, ire d '1 00 . a ro Victor Hugo writes Rocliefoit a let- a ter calling h The editors of the Revcille have $ been sentenced to- Deleselaset for thirteen mnnths and to pay a fine of t 2,000 friica Oason ha' boeit .ison c tenuccd t9ix'hibytlig nid fha 6f;00 t francs MAD , r0 . o Car.idt putios-eaused, wild- aeoitemenit in the citie h 'ha ring .tlIt their catid r lateilnl yih -%defited by Goverp; P'A ,.Ebw'ary 39. oven jiur.a .p talls of!tblO city have been -oflicially warneid this week. Last ,evening; :. great r6*d6- 6f eo"pcoo 'seibled - at a re-usi n ii~'uie St Iaa'it iReke y: villO.h They sworo d.ispesed 'b th' ,' police without *disorder. Sill an. k other rbsetutioh'hirs been co'inmonned t neth ( fddliN~o vinyatle ] of i le . Lion oN, February IN-The rN~a Scotia.ship'Rlva hbs.'been-lost, off Ithe4 coasut of Liticolnsljik. Se ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 23 February 1870

Proodings of the Loida attre, um:.ypa nu, Feb. 15. -in the Sonato, yesteruay, the fullowing bild wore in. trud oe.d : A bill to doarwine-t , timQ when thu alries o Couity' Slvol' Co61. mi wI s 1o . ,hl i ommenoe, and to txI te d &to of the fira meetiug of naad 6ohob1 Commis,ioners as a 8tate Board of EdXucAtion. ilsyt .intropatoed a bill to protoot thle interest of isheep owuers' nd to p.omoto tho raising of hep.( . The report of the Committeo'n Incorporations on a bill to 4regulate the digging and mining of phosphate deposits 'from the navigable streanib and waters of the State of South Carolina was taken up. with the bill, discussed by Corbia and Cain, and recommitted to the 'Committeo on Incorporatioas.' A bill. to provide for a sinking.fand and the management of the same was the -special. order for12 M. By the provibldns Of this bill 'the Governor, the Comptroller General and the At; torney General oonititute a commis sion to control the sinking fund of the State, who are au...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 2 March 1870

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Scienc, Ar nqulry, Industry and Uterature. [Terms--$.00 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. 111.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 2,1870. [NO. 37 On the Stream. BlY THOMAS DUNN ENOLI.I. Night, but no cloud on the sky; And, yonder, the lights of the street glearn and quiver In a fimne.spotted pyramid up from tho river, dis I float in my boat so despairingly by, On the stream. Quiet the ships at. the piers; Like s forest in winter, their masts and their spars S ad in relief from the sky and the stars; I can see them L.i spite of my fast failing tea's,- - - On the stream. Creeping from wooiden-walled slips, I watch the filled ferry boat- ply to and fro, Impatiently pawing tile wave as they go, Threading their way through the fast anchored ships On the stream. In the far distance, I Pee The light of a lamp from the window on shore; That was her signat last summor-no more Will that lamp throughthe pane cast a glim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 2 March 1870

stay at Home. The Now York Tribune, in reply to scores of lotters from the South West, declares that while the list of employ moits seems large enough to afford every woman who desires it abundant onployment, It is not so. Every place is filled, and a Ioeody candidate for it stands hungrily waiting at the side of the occu ant. The onl,y doors wide open in thle seaboard cities are thoso of "ruin or starvation." It therefore tenders the following advico, wl~eh is stern and chilling indeed, but is sound, wiSo and very suggestivo : "Our final . advice to all past or future applicants is : Stay at horse, where you aro known, atd iwhere you will at least bo secure of that human sympathy-that rsp-t duI 0oi-ps which formsin part of the atmosphera of a -country villagT. Vro will flond none of it waiting for you in the streets of a grout city, however laudable your endeavor ; and a woman, erll heisclf by what unwomanly mime ,Ahe will, dies without it, as siurely as a bird in nn exhausted rcee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 2 March 1870

Foreign News. LONDON, Fobruary 22.-Disraeli's health is improving. The naval eatimates are three-quar ters of a million less than last year. ' Fleetwood, Light House was des troyed by a ship which dashed against it in a gale. PARIs, February 2 .-it j report ed that France bae sent a note to Berlin relative to the treaty of Prague. The proprietor of the Marseillaise has been sentenced to four months imprisonment and a fine of one thous and francs. LONDON, Fob. 24.-In the divorce case, the Prince of Wales solentuly asserted there had never been an impropor oreriiiiinalintimuioy between bimself and Lady Mordaunt. Great oheera followed this declaration. MannID, Feb. 24 -Several thou. sand workmen, assembled peacefully in front of the Ministry, demanded work. WA LONDON, February 26.-A conven tion of the English Chambers of Commerce urges sales of cereals by weig ht. Tie divorce jury verdict was "Lady Mordant is insane." The Duke of Richmond leads the tories in the House of Lords. A strik...

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

Proocedings of the Leis'ature, CULUDID1A,1 Feb. 21.-In the Senate, yesterday, the following papers caino up from the House: A bill to provide for tho general elections and the manner of conduo. ting the me. A joint resolution to appoint trustees of the estate of Dr. John Do'Lallowe. A bill to sell a corain lot of land to the Zion Babtist church, of Colum bia ; which was passed, and its title changed to an uct. Duncan introduced a bill to author. ize the building of a bridge over Broad river, between Union and York counties. A bill to incorporate the Charles ton Banking and Trust Company came up as a special order, to which an amendment was offered by Leslie, and and advocated by Cain making each stockholder responsible not only to extent of stock subscribed by him, but for the full amount of the liabili ties incurred by the corporation. In the House, Smith introduced a concurrent resolution to require the Competroller General to report to the General Assembly all traisactions that h...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 March 1870

Desportes Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Ad, inquiry, Industry and Literature, Terms---$300 per Annum In Advanc VOL. 111.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY M(RNING MA RCH 9, 1870. [NO. 38 TIl10 FAIRFIELD HERALD IS 'UnIsI.IlEDt) WEKKIY IY DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & C0 Termns.-Tuie IInnAL) i1 published Week y in the Town of Winnsboro, at 63.00 in iareably in advance. O:W All transient adVertisemonts to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices aid Tributes $1.00 per square. The Provoking Lover. I cannot lightly talk and smile, I will not sit, and sigh ; I an not vexed enough to scold, And too mucih voxod to ory ; So, Annie, do enlight n me My hope is all in you ; I'm sure I don't know what he means, And can't, tell what to do. Last night when Charlie talked to me, Though lie was kind anA good, lie acted like an Injured man, Who suffered all he could; 'Twoul he a pretty way to be Without the asking led ; If he wishes me to take him, 'Tie very easy said. 'One...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 March 1870

AwouitN 1 rNT tw TllF lisiFIKI.ATUI&a. --'fhe (isoicivm, A einiy adjourned siloe dlie, last night.. Mir. Speaker JAbos wai voted $s500 oxtra compen "t mill I' hI, serI-vices. In bis clot'iag IAnrk. he complitneined his liepub. hiaii friends u1poni the successful leg .i~onI, hing they would all miecet a riti ; and expreossiog the desire, at t he samie timeo, that their political op 1onents, the Dnemocrats, be left "out )i the cold."' A resolution was intro d 'ieed by Re prev enattivo Wilder, ro tarniing the :bak al- of the Gotneral Awsimbly to Gloveinor Scott, for Ihis earnest defence of* thle poor manl, ats (vinced in his veto of the i phosph te 1 iii ." but it was baid oil the table. it is reporvted that several thousaidsl wel useditid yesterdialy, to pahss thi bill ovor tli voto. "addy Cain"' deliv crud il add ia,i in the Senate in whieib, (wile proaclaimiag haimself a Repub lican,) ie tvelared ie hatrbored no ill. 'eeling t', v.:ird his l iocratie op pollerls ; I wo pulit ica...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 March 1870

Telezwab.o" Forelign News. LONDON, March 1.-I)espatches jinst received announce that forty-six lives were saved at the sinking of the Onoida. MADRID, March 3.-Rumors of a formidable Carlist rising in the North are contradicted. Prince Picrie Bonaparte has been notified to appear lefore the high Court of France to answer charges in the Victor Noir homicide. lAVsA, March' 5 -Lanter ndvices from the insurrectio.niry dis.riet con firmIs the report th:At hllmh Intta suC ceeds .Jord ti, who has resigned. hI AZ AL.A N, February 22.-Veja has entered Sinalon. His pronuncia. mento ignores Juarez. The revoli tionists attacked the fortreai at M zatlan, but were repulsed. Cul. Col beras has prononnced in favor of Veja. Guerrillas are traersing the interior of the State, and robbing iudisorimi natoly. LONDON, March 5.-The Times to d y reviews and discourages the Da rien ship canal. Many vessels have been sent out cruising for the City of Boston. She is still believed to be safe by the Inman line ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 March 1870

rIing; s lome. l'non ~ I.I heh l he wir.i is 11ha 11 r lColl. The., k'.s i y"uig ylt. es wii I ther o il Ie \ .')LoI -. have wNVIIIre.1CI fr-nII Thy t ' e i i l si., i- I the ilt. hA t bvn When whius ii1 the .W~ he.h strg; et fitimn ite seatle e.I ti ev. iin.. hringc is Imei. Ti.e -b r r I- ri , - : i . - e 11., ve lif. : ie i ny t e .(cv' ha- , * \I'v y belitvy, ',il 0111 loivmli'S tr i th -inaing- - weli n tlhe light Ile. AIt 1111. lt 1-1 ing 11.1 l100o. i mli o I r1 I ii (ill aIii ii rt o WV hm:ii I ilk! It j1 Inei C (' llI (if Stlt ii tL m.sa, y.ay .h New Y ork , dl'.ebh that deuL contrLeted iii l.'g-al Ti1-1r act f' 1862 w * I: md 'ti i t. b paid ill pecie, .n dali4ng a blow at olr a it. I. iiIc ,q!t0 in"; theu n1ational camt.ewy. There hav %,c been .1a r-;i ahttions situmitd to Con re; to :h acia ld, and variotis amounts of euniy to be ine.These re PAhWitin. hav Iaklin lie usual courso f : r e ac ti 4 ) llnlittees, Wit0hout :iy):t d or repor)tt ily t~o this timeo. : par thit t...

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