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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 16 March 1870

Desportes, Wilhams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$3 00 per Annum In A . VOL 111.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 16, 1870. [NO THE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS I's111n1811I) WEKKiLY Y DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & GO Terns.-Tm 1[iaALD is publisle Week y in the Town of Winnisboro, at 63.00 in varably in advance. 4W- All transient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. Footsteps at the Door. DY Mas. H. M. CONKLIN. The day is done, and swift draws nigh Thc twilight hour, sUreneO and sweet The busy crowds go hurrying by With steady thug of thronging feet. In many a home glad watchere wait, As they have waited (ft before, To hear a band upon the gate, And well-known footsteps at the door. Some list for the fee! that still and cold, No more the paths of life may tread, Au miss the strong ari's loving told, The tender words so often sail), Alas for such I! the desola...

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 March 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD 'uliskhed Every Wodnesday at JITNA'VSBORO, S. C, nlY Desportes, Williams & Co -----o THURM1S- IN A1 V.tNCE. One Copy Ote year, - 0 I'ivo " 1 '. . .i Tun t" " - 250 "Poetical Justice." Vhile Ilolical journals are foloid tating themselves over what they ar plea".i to call a "poetical jurtico"l c filling t ho seat once 'illed by Jefferso Davis, the "tliler., of tile Senate, with a iegro chargod with crime, wh do tOey not note real instances of pc et ical just ice iI the case of Mit issi ppi the poetry employed was tia of the bay-onmlet, antid the last. people b ho diionored by Revel's presence i tho American Senitto, are the p0opl atilst whIvose silent protost ho WU placod there. Meanwhile how aro we to oharac terize Iho displacmnent of the cli Abolitionists inl Radioal aifections, b recreatit lmooruts 1 Ben Wado fe instanee, was tho Ajeix Tolamon o A holitiont wien it cost something t bo an A bolitionist. Yet now who Radical power is at its zonith, poc old Bol...

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. — 16 March 1870

.legraho" Frreigna Nws. PAnRS, March 1O.-Roohefort is sick. It in reported that the small pox prevails among the political pris oners. The ballion in the Bank of France has increased over 13,000,000 francs. IHAvA NA, March A.0.-T et military courtmartial has convicted and sen.. tenceod to death several parties, now in New York, implicated in the Villa Nueva theatre riot last year. The insurgents attacked a. planta tion near Santiago do Cuba, killing six operatives. The Free Masons, recently arrested for holding a lodge of sorrow, are still in prison. IIAVANA, blarch 12.-Two soboon ers, voith decks crovded with blue. clothed men, escaped a Spatniah steam er by reaching bhallOw water on the coast. Captured correspodence rhows several insurgent generals are forming clubs adverse to -any proposition of annexation to the United States. From Washingtoni. WAsuINGTON, March 8.-Reoeipts from the mints show a rapid increase of work. Supervisors have been- directed to make strict examinition i...

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 March 1870

Specch of tkenator Stookton. tor froim New Jersey, not ' o., a hing suffered by the n . i oli 1o1e r of i Radical Sona oi &ared to Put the (1iestion fully n1, fai lly befro the peoplo of the orth. of !oyl d Tinion, antd challenge he Repibicaiis North to weigh well hie elbots of the 1.5tli Amendniont leaonstruction. For the purpose of intdicating when and where the rights ,if States niust lind vindioation, if viadicatior is found at atll horeafter, we quot t a paragraph froi the speech of the Seotitor froim gallant little Now Jorsey. Tho Senator said : Mr. Piesident : I kuow that the use of' the word "State rights" is get iing ofi'nsive to sOmo ofm y friends on the other -ido ; but as the distiniguished Sona'.'r froim Ohio :ail thiS morning, they inti admit oven in their view that. tie Statss.i have some rights. Now it is said that Congress is oumnip otenht ; it is said that Congress can do anyi thing. Mr. Preident, Congress is not oini potent. Coigiess is a body of limited power...

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 March 1870

..w" -jo -p - - - it- - .LI - - - Desportes Wiiams ropretors] A Family Paper, Devoted to $pivnce tnquiry, ndustry d Literature [Terms---$300 per Annum, In Advance. VOL.111.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEU ESDAY MO NIG MARCH 23, 1870.. [NO. 40 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD -18 -IUBLiHiD- WEEKLY BY DESPORTES. WILLIAMS &. C Tersns.-TuM IlhnA. is published Week y in the Town oft*hdsboio, ht'$9'o in. Vagrably ha aduance. ,&F All trgusient advortlisenents to bq yald In a'd nce,. -'' o eObititary Noices add Tributes $L00 per squ~rg4. ; , a Nil i f Mb-i. tho slth "Forgtten years are dead?" Thne adver dies; hAeaves doparted yetir l'(Qsped - Tre to rebrd things ddno and aid And oien the thoughts that rise An*,feLj likq waives,. ano};keeji As evanescent %a 6dreats. Yadlye do'n le . gone; I nfl wq wish, r.qre, or opn, - Tliat which hai been deeides the ian, , , Tfie'ht h ivei'y.oal, Anid onsts Its-lightor shad*r o'er Thp -ycears that jshallbevermore. To man Immortal what are years I In pilgrimage So nahy...

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. — 23 March 1870

THE M-1A FIFILD HERALD I a' h Ii r:.v wVeancainy at WINYSi/O/aO, S, C, - Desportes, Williams & Co. ---o Fhe A Ao 1-- -V - . VAX CA " " " - - 25 0 Itow tho Onoida Wont Down. We copy the f'ollowinig initeresting tx t rat 4roma at letter writtenl to hisi 'sIver by Mr. W. WV. Crownlianshiiehl, the clerk of Captain W illiails, of the Uiited Stale.. stemier Onwida. The letter was wi ton witiiitt any view to publication, bit the deep intero.st to the Sul.ject'L makes it of special im. p. armoo :i val ie : Y oKU IIA JArVAN, January 26. h'lc Oncida is no more ! but, thank hleavel, I an one of the survivors of a awful eita.-.trophie. We started t wda ys ago ivii our ship for Hong Kong, and in two hours our good vos Mel was al, the bottom, La'.ing been ruin ho by ana ii Eglish stomiter bo. longaing to tle l'uniisilal an11d Oriental Io ni i y. All are drowned, but Dr. Stiddards, Mr. Yat es, the boatswain, ifty-two meu, and myiolf My es ap was most miracuious. At the timte of the colli.i4on ...

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. — 23 March 1870

Fo~eltrar Newd.a L IIAVANA, March 15.--Guyoneohe Is about.$jrcpn inron The Span Itru are gf orpi headliartei' areOat anos. MADRID, March 15.-Yesterday Pg aseso i -dby gaA uti : - sortptigppb. o - u90,ded Jin - es )e Afgi 't1 h rt. -4a i .-i 1 6! JaONDON, March 15-Lotters from Zahzahar say the expeditiotn in search of DF. Lvina dtIngb1tJe vai, a $ .--4 $9 dondo, leader , of the Ginnes iusur geutw;is Adjnitabit a-d k 'of his band p ro l nght, gi exeo4 1 ng. But. tharoe the r n Neptuno was spo en on thie 1,th instant.. 0!er cairgo, had shifted. and a part was throwi overboard. She is supposed to 'be the Neptune, from New York, -though the Neptune, frot Savannah, Febrdary 12, is' still at sea. ST.Joai's,J N 3 ,Mrk i.--The, bottom' of the'hatbor, 6a the Carltoi side, h'astaak t*erfty feet* somne wharvoe W062 otttoyed anid '1umbot FroWa- WarshIatiQ . WAPHIN6 4; . 'Mareh ' 5.-The iron-oad.,aath as- ..exeted from Shp is-a pli ,I go'aca$tingbm, 'The Texas Con rbssional delegation visited the...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 23 March 1870

-L)W'S S2enrie4 Springs I.' 'id.ho i iainc to eltiqigo Ti41 Hower I lw neikoft my bkrow to shine, '1 II ta ren :n srn yon , lid not lotn r *2o e~, my fieinu-1, when ti h mine. N . . : ihive charin211.1 yoU ? aliMli' , lIff lolk mtit* I w11111Mo .4ny The ithe i ll[ ant1 hose tie pow Ansai Ileing ii 1 r.1uei 11one day. I I o lietri lisr liy flower of Ilower.. i " . ve :o h III il- se 1 -111 he %II II( gives -- iltier, sir , i l0e $Oline n igvlativeo. - 'Tis not h lit lilt le irilk-whtde haiids 'Tha. grite' %v lil a tver work I iy do; 'T, ii'Ii 1 it' basidIed silken liiMMIX Th 11-4 .1i 1,e -h e!Ju t I elt iler blue; Ani Ino I hei voiceo Ao 10 IN :01s1 bWCCL That h14h1. lite captne~ at bi feet. 'Ti W .)l ill lrOWns lit ly wilh SilileS . % eewt shle Seul-1la anol for Ilny xinls; No' Itt inl tri kery wvay.s lnor wil's h i 1, :13 ir lo o Iogils - O 'l of sn h:161 it ilt not, grow ; I' was-ii el t ilI[ is all I knlow. "fis nol her lwiikling feef qstaiai,'.ll, Nor - liunbler t.i'king fromt 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. — 30 March 1870

Wesperse as & Co., Proprietors.] A FamiIy Paper' De ted to Science, Art,! inquiry, I"dustry -and Liteatur. [Ters 8 per Annum I AdW. VOL. 111.1 I WiNNSBORO, S C., WEDNES"DAY MORNING, MARCH $0, 1870. [NO. 4 THE C FAIRFIELD HEBALD IS FUMILTdIICD WP.KKI.Y n1 DESPORTES. WXLYIAMS k VO Terms.-Tux lInAth Ii published Week y in the Town of Winnsboro, at 93.00 in. vareably in aduance. 8&- All traeisient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. Time Long Past. -Y PsUQY e85115 SU5LLST. Like the ghost of a dear friend dead Is time long past; A tone which is now forveer.fled, A hope which is now forever past, A love so sweet it couls not last, Was time long past. Thire wre sweet dreatus In the night Of time long past ; And, was it asil ness or delight, Each .lay a shado'w onward cost., Which made- us' wish it yet might last, That timo long pawt ; These Is regret. almost remorse, for t(lie long past; 'Tis like a cild's bedoved corse A father wat...

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 March 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Publisheod Every Wtdlesday at in JJTJNSBOJW, S.C. io; U, of ut so Desportes, Williams & Co. , t TE'R.iS-IN AD VANCE. ai on' Popy one yoear, - - $ R 00 re Tet MOO Governor cott'n Wshington W AS I IN(rrON, Mai'ch 23.-overnov ti It. K. Scott mnade a speech here late w last niiht at a radical mass meeting, ei (1l1:l to urgo the passag o' t'ho cl Georgia bill. His rotarlks weio par- P4 tieulrly insolent. le said in conclu. at "it is time that weak-kneed men in ,ho fol that they are car- C rIn- lgISltioIn a little too far, 8 Siotlhl nii;ki h up their inds to recog- si uizo the Somuhorn Confederacy, and bY li ave us to do the best we can for ri ( r1elves. A4 to Georgia, you give 01 ti loya inoplo there arme and they iI will protoct, taecmislves. I say to p ,11, gentlemen, thid evening, as for t( H)ujt Carolinn, no Republican will m ever go to the doors of Congress again ani knoek for admission with a mna .irity againist him, because his friends h tuvo ibeti prohbil...

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 March 1870

QUEENSTOWN, MarchS2..The. S maria rgqokro47 b?$y pr Pf..-1 -well; mails and gasengrs to &ded'by the Java PARIS, March' 2'2The 'trial of Nasqp 9f9m - dat 0,. A Ut utnioft-ol60ItyUMT dI g M. Mi bb 4A. and defiant i',hi answOrs, tne ooirt refused to hear him. MADRID, March 22.--The truoe be. I rieholart 0% Co l the Unionists give us battle, Radicals, let us defend oure41ves).11'E1ie Union ists support i urn amendment Vg i ur d as d to the ftw48n i UlhstE ing.~~ I;:e d, W~ s'feate by 8 o ;1 r, i Prim ''victoy "a a 'naly -lavulv the retirement of Serrano. Biraugere succeeds to pote in he Cabinet. PARIS, -Maro1h. 2-.-dontradietory testimouy to the effect that Fonville said Noir slapped Bonaparte's faee, was Introduced. A witnems heard Fonville exclino that if his pistol had nqt.missqd fire, he would have killed the Priuoe. Rochefort was called In, conducted by two gene d'armes-he" was pae, but calu. and after giving eviden6, seated himself amegng the joprnalists, nany of whoui 6wbok h...

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 March 1870

The Soldier -Boy's Dreatn. 'ito mitidnigiht lloiven was calm! 'lhe stats in gins 'If light, iSretned kintdied to illumlo, The Jovelineis of uight. Not a sound to break the silence Of the lunoly midnight lorit 3a ve Ili e cooling breezo that wandored, To bathe each drooping flower. The10 solier boy then slep., Rerreslhing was his slumber, Whil o'er his senlsets crept, . Bright visions without iutmber. 1i ispirit sought, the land (t' oare-diepelling dreamis, 'Ncati slunber's magio waid, A Ileavon, earth oft seoms. Ilis fancy utnconfined, Went imok to days gone by, Atnd every joy 0e(wieed, To light, his sleepiag sky. li the silence deep untiven, Tei aboo.t boy could dreatm, Of'.,loiher, Home and lleltven, And his sleep wthA pleasures .gem. lie droamotd of happler hour-, UIncOesdled ohilahso6d's day, Of. j.ys like golden flowers, lie gatLhered all the way. lie saw a fragile form, That. uSoved with st.riking grace, Aid he gazed with growing pleasure, Onl his fancied motilter's face. lie ...

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. — 6 April 1870

- -+ Desportes, Williams & Coo, 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, APRIL 6,1870. [NO.42 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD 11 PUBISHKFD WIEKLY BY IDESPORTES. WILLIAMS & 00 Terms.-ritx lIanAL is published Week yin the hewn of Winnsboro, at $3.06 in vareably io advance. ft&- All transient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. The Day that are no More. fOh, memories of green and pleasant places Where happy bi:ds their wood notes twit tered low ! -Vh, love that lit the dear familiar faces We buried long ngo I From barren heights their sweetness we re menber, And backward gnzo with wistful, yearn ing eye-. As henris regret mid snowdrifts of Deoem .bor, The 6unimer's sunny skies. Glad hour. that seemed their rainbow tints to borrow Fron so ne illunined -page of fairy lore; Bright days that never lack...

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. — 6 April 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD lkhlished Every Wednesday at WI/N SBORO, ' C., Desportes, Williams & Co. T RIS- IN A V VA NCB. Oh! Copy ono yea', - $ 8 00 FiVe " 1260 Ten " " - 2500 From Washingtoh. A.%sHINGFoN, Miarch 3O,-In big metsago to Congress to-day the Presi deit said that it was unusual to noti fy Congress by a message of the pro elaimation of a constitutional aniend. mont. In view, however, of the vast importanco of the Fifteenth Amend ment, this (lay declared passed, this departure from the usual custom is justitiable. A measure which makes four millions of people voters, who were heretofore declarod by the bigb Ct judicial tr ibunals to be not cati zens and not eligible to become so, is a measure of greater importance .thon any one nt since the foundation of our free government. The President calls upon the newly enfranchised to c ocr tunlak3 the mselves worthy of their new privileges and urges the whites to withhold no legal privileges which will tend to their ad vancement. le...

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. — 6 April 1870

New Advertisenentsv. Iagnanuas, Cocoanuts,. *u4 QgaIpse at John Molutyre & 0o. A slon, Seoratary. Sale Day in Winneioro Nothing of much interest to the public occurred here to-day. The Sheriff Hoild a traot of 160 aoiqs of land, for $490 cash ; and the Ad mniuistrator of Intestate Estate, sold to the highest bidder for cash, at.pub. lie auction, rour shares of'stock in lbo CbarlottC, Colutobia Uid Augtistn Railroad, at $44.50 perohare. Tle LIttle Corporal. The Little Corporal for April i re. ceivedl,'full.of life and vigor, always fresh and bright and original. Let all the children have this pretty mag azine. Only $1. a year. -Published by Alfred L. Sowell, & Co., Chicago. Illinois. GenB. R. E. Lee. 01 l'6vp" old.0ei4rall d through oUi town last Wodneedhy on his way to the West, and notwithstand in- the inclemancy of the weather a large Dumber of our citizens and the scholars of our Military Institute walked through the coa'oh and shook the venerable Chieftain by the hand, a...

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. — 6 April 1870

Winter. Wititor will not last fortier, $pr1ing will soon coole forth again, A i witi flowers of every color, Deek ine hillsides and the plain. Li.:nnb wilt soon in fields be sporting, Ilirds re echo from each (roe; Witsier's gotne ! itS (lays are ended, Wo are happy, we are free! Ili dl, nid tri-e will soon be budding, :;o , witt letvea be Oovered o'er; Whitor cannot last forever, llrigih er days aro yet in store. Storrowi will not last f6rover, lUrigiter days will corne again, r J uys ur every grief bucceeding, As it sI nashitte after rai n, As the snow and ico of witer lelt at the approah of spring, tio will our care and trials Joy, mid peace, and comfort bring. When the heart is sad and drooping, Thitik, though you be vexed sore, Sorrows e-atnitt last forever, Brighter days are yet in store I Parting. lith siner sky was overcast, I ki. ew the ttnshine wouild not last ; We imused upon tihe golden past Togethei . Atwl that wve thoight of what might bo, Or n! I Ito li'o long mnisery...

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. — 13 April 1870

+I Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors,] A Fanily Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literatur VOL. 111.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRI 1 1870. N T111i FAIRFIELD HERALD is PUni.nsiMiD WVEEKI.Y lY DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & (0 Terms.-Tux IIKna.nLO is pulished-Week y in the Town of Winnsboro, at 93.00 in varCably in &Wance. A&- All transient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. Stonewall Jackson. I havei just receive d your letter ak ing me to give you some information in regard to the last wound of Gene ral Jackson, that you may correct the statement published in some Northern magazines by General De Peystor and Colonel Clifford Thom pon. The former, you say, claims that General Jackson was shot by the First Massa chusetts Infantry, and the latter that he was killed by a cannistershot from Pleasonton's artillery. You will find an accurate account of the General's last wound and death in Dabn...

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. — 13 April 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD e l'ulaihed Ivery Wedlesday at C 1WJVASB Oo, S. C., B Yt IDesportes, Williams & Co. TJ RNS--IN AD VANCr . One Copy one yenr, $ 8 00 i- - 12 50 Tenl " "" - - 25 00 Frro ln Pcnocoy's Dainoorat.] WIVvo8 and thlir Holles. Thrar e f j paNages inI any peri. o110ial that afford more pleasure in theil"r perli thin "Our Saturday niglt." Few rketches from anly pol ati lnore gemis of Swcot thought, 1o10rl hea rt-quiverings than tho rove rie etitled 'Worti of Wotn1is Love." Lt thek) world ceisiure as it iay tho editor of The Denweral, toe, tand 4he Jawho is "mnTnareb of hoIme3 <poen of heart' s," will not, believo Ilhe henart uterly dIpravle' that can gnido th Ipen to tra', "Aten woIul -I be lwter told happielr it Inen l'oel theI botier iau mere iore true. If men wouIld strivo its tmoich to imiko homioe lufpy s h(t y (10 to seek :ippilness e!wowhere, theo world would ho bet ter." Those seem strange wot I to cooIi from a iian's pen--hnt they tire true. Anid many a noo...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 13 April 1870

Foreigs News. ,LQNDON, April 5.-The Queon has shtgedthe bill for the preservation of peace in Ireland. MADRID, April 7.-The popular op position to conscription has not abated. Yesterday, a number of inen entered Seville from the neighboring villages of Comas and Sintiponio with banners flying, shouting "Vi RepublicI' "wa .with -consoription I" They were evidgntly sont out to test the din position of the people for a genoral rising. The rioters woro promptly arrested by the' aut.rities. G roups of people formed around the guard, and foi a time it was thought efforts would be made for the rescue of the prisoners. They were lodged in jril. After ,omo dillioulty, the crowd dis. persdd. The city theii became quiet. LATRA.-Tho troublts at Barcelona liave.been renewed with iurease and violence. - The rioters have barri c(ads a short distance from the City. The Captain Generalthas notified the gov61-nnent that he has not forob enough to carry the barricades. Prim sent General Baldrich to th...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 13 April 1870

Tho Angel Gabriel, My frictld, M. jor 0., had an old darky to 0hom he uas much attached. ( ;0 g, at a 1utiy, Peter,' from mibo~ihig too f.eely of various mix. tures, begat danoing around with a wNalteri containiug some ices and c-kke, ..nd S-oi b cane u proarious. Ober. vitag his coidut, tilt) Nl'ijor publicly reprimanided him, and at once dismiss ed hii from the post of waiter for the evening, and .appoited another ser. vant in his place. Tis last. stroko as too much for old Petor, and he retireod to his bedroom inl despair. Thiit night Capt. K a j !Iy young rtlheer in tle room adj.,inig Peter's, hea.r:g J nbs aiiL groians iln the noxt room, rmse (uiel ly to inquire what was the matter. lie opened the door of P2er's room and reconnoitered. Peter was kneeling by a window, and praying. Amid his loud cries, the Cap!vaini learl the following: '0. Lorl, bavo pity uponl thy poor old servant. Ilis masom, who ho used to take tpo'nl lisF kn-es when he was a boy, is vexed with his poor old d...

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