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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 May 1870

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature, [Terms---$3.00 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. 111.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 25,1870. [NO.9 IIN, FAIRFIELD HERALD IS 1'Un)WASUED WK.KL.Y BY UESPOITS. WILLIAMS & 0 Tern.. -'lle 1, i: it %.n is p1abliishe< Week y in lie Town of Winnsboro, at, 63.00 in varca/>Iyi in vane. Aiy" All transient advertiseitents to be paid in advance. Obminary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per Stti niid Raiti. A young woniatt snoi at tie Iattiee-panuu, In a s1i1y sad4 anil -hiown," 11,1t1cli"ng lie diretry, ceaseless rain, Stealily poilring own Drip. drip, d-ip, 1t kept on its lit ele s plaV ; Anl the poor littli- w mtti sigli'<l "Alh m ! What a wretched, weary day !" An eaget' hand at the floor, A v-tep as o' one in ha-41l, A kiss on her lips once miore, And i artia arutind ier waist; Yhrob, throb, throb, Went lier liti In heart. gratefil and gay. As she tlought, wit...

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. — 25 May 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Pi'bli,heil very WedAiday at UJ 1N ijoR O, 8. (', Desportes, Williams & Co. - --- 'I'I '.JIs-Il. A I.' '.I C. 1One C(opy olle ye-or, - -o : F iv 0 < : . 12 50 Tea ** - - 25 () .In Mein')rialH. DI) Ti1il',nA Y, 10TI o 0F MA Y 187? A0C), 6 1 YK A I s. A good nuuit his passed away from I roiig us to Imefe-t in leaven the full reward of it liet plrely spont, of diuty faithfully perfornied, ad words and deeds of lovo and kindIIIs thit have miade hi-. namie I cheritdied one in nuly heart-1. Yeitrs of intercouirso boil made known to Ils all the gentlencs, and anbilit.y, wnd thorough utsefulictsof this trul 11Chistiall genil Hemanu. Ilis high Filholar.ship, his purity oif caatr Iis illid aw14 veitl- foulbee l-arxe of the errors of hiis fellow-mi, his ready forgivonoss of iijieis, combined with i n high i-inl chivaliois sentio of hionor, to iiake him it man whom all loved ' ntid all ro.,-pected- t lIN died fill of years and full of honor. Hno'red as few aire-by t ...

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. — 25 May 1870

0- Every description of Lawyer's Blanks, under the New York Code, neatly printed at this office. Job Pinting. Our business men and others wish ing Job Vrinting done, are invited to call at our offico and inspect some of our samples. We believe ours will comprro favorably with any in the I country. f New Advertisemeds. Notice to Plantitrs- W. E. Aiken, Secreta ry. Winun,boro Workshops-L. M. Bo. lick. Ale ! A lo ! freth and cool, at R. J. ,McCarley. t l3askets, a now supply, at McIntyre & Co. Wanted-Good ing, Stuart & Co. T,1homlpson & W'oodward advertises new arivals of Spring Coods and are offering them low for cash. Rdad the advertisement of Mr. S. Wolfe. ' Iead the large column advertise ment of Dr. J. J. Lawrence in anoth er column. U. S. Taxes-Calvin Brice, Deputy Collector. As.ignee's Sale-S. B. Clowney. "Iosadaliis" the great Blood Puri. fier, by Drs. Clements & Co., Balti more, Md. Wanted-200 Bushels Cow Peas, by Gooding, Stuart & Co., for which they offer...

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. — 25 May 1870

A MY'T.111OUS 0t1MANIST. A Legend of the Rhino. Vears 1go at the grand cathedral overlooking the ihine there appeared a distinguished organist. The great coumposer who had played the organ so long hol died, and everybody from king to the peasant, was wondering who conId be found to fill his place, Nshen one bl ight mabbath morning as the sexton entierod the church, lie saw a stran:er sittiig by the crape-shroud. ed org1a. He was a tall graceful lr.o, with a pale, but strikingly hand ome0 face, yre a t blacki,melod ious ey es, and hair lik -a raven's wing for gloss ind color, reeping in dark wavCs over his shoulders. lie did not sceem to notiee the sexton, but went on plav ing and snelI music le drew from the inistrument no words or minds cau describe. The astoni.shed listener declared that the organ seemed to have grown hu ilan-that it wailed and sighed and ch'mored as if a tor turud human heart were trobbing through its pipos. Wh-n the nusie at last ceased, the Fexton hastened to t...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 June 1870

+U esportes, Wiliams & o., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Selencer Art' inqury, Industry and';trtr.'Trn--3.0prAnmI dac VOL. 111.] WINN SBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNIN ,JN _______ - -870. [N O.l FAIRFIELD HERALD 118 PUnBill-;ID wXiKly BY DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & UOI Terns.--Tina I ERtALD Is published Week 3 In the Tow n of Winnsbgro, at, 93.00 it.I vareably its ad.ine. Xr- All tranuient advertisements to be 'PdI in advance. Obituary Notlies ad Tributes $1.00 per square. The Soldier's Returit, T2'uii-"The Mill, Mill, 0." Wben aWll1 war's deadly blast was blown, And gentle peace returning, A'id-eyes again wi' pleasure beam'd, Tft kad been biear'4 wi' mourning; I left the Lines and 4eeted field, AY.here lang I'd 61ees a lodger; My hnle knapsack a' my wealth; 5 A poor but honest sedger. A lal light Seart beat in my bireast, My band'-a-anstam'd wi' plander; And for fahr Sooti hame -again, I heroy on lid wander. I thought upon the banks .o' Coil, I thought upon my Nancy; thou...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 June 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Iubishted Ivery Wednesday %L yVIN sWo'B0 o, s. C, nyi Desportes, Williams & Co. TERMS-IN AD DANCI7. Olnn Copy one year, - - $ 8 00 ivoD " " - - - 12 50 - - 25 00 Lee and Johnston, GCorge Alf/red Townsend's report of a enn sation t1iIk CM X-0cnfederaic ofe ,rs --C'hicago Tribune Corrc spon "Well," s5id 1, "iCea we are upon the subjoct of Generals, whajt is the generni belief at this table us to the chief military gciius of the South in the war ? I ask this qiti on becuse, in a conservation with a very intelli gent gentleman and editor, Colonel S;toddart Jones, of Frankfort, Ken tucky, Ie told me that his faith all the while when ho was a staff officer was on the side of Jefferson Davis as opposed tho Virginia combination ; that Davis was more in earnest and more obstinate than they, and less affected with Virginia State rights jealousy ; and Io also said. what I am unable to find proof of that Joe John. ston was an ablor Captain than Robert E. Lee.'' To this ...

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. — 1 June 1870

New Adverftiseassmits. Groceries-D. R. Flennikon. Hain ! fliam ! !-R. J. MoCarloy. -Pure Loaf Tobacco-McIntyre Co. Those in want of a good articl of Chewing Tobacco-sotuothing rea ly fine,-Can find it at the abov vnamed fir m. U. S. Taxes-Calvini Briee, Doput Collector. Pine A p1o--;aftCOt & Co. Job P'atiag. Our initiess "ten aund others Wish itng Job Printihig mie, ore invited t call at our office and inspect empeo ,c u&'sanpies. '& b'elieve ours wil compare favorably with any iu th Cormaig We would advise those desirin choice white Corn for bread, to cal and look at a lot 1). It. Flenniken hu just rcccived, before puruhasing else where, as it cannot be beaten fo whiteness-and soundness. 4lvesy asid Sale Stable. Mr. A. F. Gooding, our follow townsman, this morning appears in i ,new ad vertisement, to which we direc speoial attention. Ie keeps constant ly on.hantd horses, vehielis and wag one for hire. Those of our reader; who wish fb enjoy themselves by am evening's ple...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 June 1870

The ln mow l ines push woodwarl sring Adtul, wh iring to I heir willow heils away. 'il. diu.y btarliing beat, tiac burnisIted wIing The goldlen alir of tihle declining ray. L~ow iowni the sunl sets grandly ; and tihe fields, The rocks and trees, antI the still pools, are qlashed With shtining showers of gold. Tihe Lwi light. sIenls Up frimi tt pain anon : atoi abashed, As tearing to be seeri, a star or two 1en out, faint, limid light . Ono dear dlay rnor Thlo Glu tituloos Past, that hungering ages Is never filled, into her montirous store 1l11th safely aidled . and another i1n0 Steri night, fulfils her mystery sublime. Chamber's Journal. How to Deal with'the South. Sonator Sawyer, having been twit. ted on tlie floor of the Senate, the other day, with an "ardor and zeal of frieidshiip for the late rebels," re plied in a speech marked by dignity, foro and independence. In the courso of his remarks, ho said : In our practioal rohitions v.!i 'lie massos of white men in the '.etes lately...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 June 1870

Desportes, Williams & Co.9t ieta A Famly PLpr, Devoted to Si nce, Art, str and Utatur VOL 111. WNSB , S C, Wn I RN, iUE VOLa 111.1 WIN N SB1 O ROk) SO C., WEDNE S11iA MR GSN8170[O.5 THIE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUBLISIIKD WKKKLY BY DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & 00 Terinr.-Taa HaERALD is published Week y in the Town of Winnaoro, at $8.00 in. verfE6 y-in sdvance. AW All transient advertisements to be .paid In advance. -Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. Only a Violet. jr S. X. WtLSON., Caly ft vleW, wee sud blue Only a v4ilet 'dashej with dew, Only a violet's odorous Mighs, Drivieg 4h 4eesf'til.at taer eyes. Only a vioet, tesag tales . Of parted pats-r famished Wales; Only a violet, like to one That b1oemed whea heart by havt was wn. Only a vielet, lbat Is all; Only a violet, blue and small; Token en Spring's mcek bosem borne, Of Love's sweet Remrrection morn. Oni r a violet's odorous breath, Bearing love back from dearth and death; Only a violet., wee and blue Only a violet ...

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. — 8 June 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Publishel Every Wednesday at IrrvNsnOJno, s a, By Desportes, Williams & Co. 7'kP.1-IV AD VANVCA. e 6py one year, S3 00 Ive "*'' " - - - 1260 h '! 4- - 2600 Night Scenes in the Benate-OonAiot over the Enforcement Bill. A-correspondent of the New York Tribitne gives an interesting sketch of the all-night session of the Senate Friday night last, the ocSoin of the discusion and passage of the S'nate bubstitute for the bill for the enforo. ient of the fifteenth amendinent : When the Senate reasse.ibled at 71- o'clock in the ov( n:g, ib was sun posed that the bill %?ou!. bo pa through at a reasonable hour; but, says the correspondent, amendment aft&i amendment was made until a grtat bundle lay upon the clerk's I desk. The Vioe-President, seeing I ho* things wore going, and probably I inking his new home duties requir. ed his attendance, put a substitute in the chair and departed. After an ineffectual effort to ad. journ about midnight, some of the republican S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 June 1870

le' L c Q 1 61rm, th tr fJ)t V:IMhhuheufs, jr. Otrd id-o h .uedJaikWai ' eouru I ande isyop uy It inw~ t te oro o'ur. eIate~s, Wjr.v &Jit~l nurinne~G rl s vab sorc t4at 1 r. (s ei ie . 4, l!iiS ll Fruida. ty,at- ocku~ duty.l Is sul b*; ihpdI aat ur itjneD ilt .If Iet arg irqu All tle. gfri.fioa Sod Ws 'hol kn ...'Mondaytvj inw th, C(ovirt Hoip, in pgrsuauece pf a pub 1'i1id1~titito tiiptrposo of sp ;poiintiit dzlcgpto8 qto.ihe, Con-venutiuii whlicd '18 Ntot 46~ C61itumb'i'n t6 011 tnritn'of Coel . i.on, T. 1 11, was'calei to 1he asir)' RIP .G.41J. MoMtstdr and John O . 4rosb eqotdto.,oot a8sSeqretaiies. _40 ter ashort addreso by theo'Ghait',. W jeot of tLbe mic~ting to be the Uppoiiil ing'delegates to the 1UotiverntlQii i -devifcte tiur#.to Mde~U An .'boneb aqqiiit 'ationjl ufl(e .S tato )gQ;'erz nvent when t.ko termu of tioe p rQese ovq~crupr-Mq -hahvcexpi red and A ay the 4t&ato i'oi the finaticiul ruin sio ig wot jintii.96t." %III oniichionl MI IAubertaou moved that a com...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 June 1870

An Astonished Husband. -0 nY METTIE DIaEKINS. -0 Charles Lynford was a young mechanic in good business. At the age of twenty-six he had taken to himself a wifo, Caroline Eustis, the daughter of a neighbor, who had nothing to bring him except her own personal merits, whieb were many, and habius of thrift, learned in an economical household under the stern tcachings of necessity. It was well, perhaps, that Charles Lynford should obtain a wife of this cliaraetor, since be himself found it very diflicult to save anything from his incomo. It was not lohg before Caroline became acquainted with her husband's fiiling. So could not feel quite easy in the knowledge that they were living fully up to their income, fore. secing that a time would come when their family would grow more expen. Rive, and perhaps har husband's busi ness now flourishing, might become loss so. Ac'3ordingly, one day she purchased of a tin peddler who came to the door, a little tin safe, such as children frequently use a...

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. — 15 June 1870

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.) A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literatur. [Terms---$3.00 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. 111.] WINNSBORO,S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 15,1870. [NO. FAIRFIELD HERALD THJIt IS PUIIIASHEKD WKIK.Y BY DESPORTI. WILLIAMS & CO d Terms.-,THa IIsRAx. is published Week- $ y In the Town of Winnsboro, at "3.00 in. f "areably in advance. P gS- All transient advertlsemeats to-be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per n1 nuare. a Angling for a Dog. ' I was traveling on ground I had no P right on. The only excuse was like ft that of a military necessity-it was far a better fishing through the farms whore. n the trout had been preserved, than in b open lots where all could fish. t It was early mn the morning. I had e risen at three, ridden ten miles and I n struek the creek as the trout were ready fl Ifor breakfast. Looking carefully for a c< theltered place to hitch my horses, I k elyly-crtpt on behi...

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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. — 15 June 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD A l'ublished Every Wednesdny at th e1, WiNS LOO, S. C., t * P DI1 Desportes, Williams & Co. oe00 TERMS-IN AD VANCE. w no Copy one year, - - $ 8 00 PC Five " " - - - 12 60 tl Ten '' " ''" - - 25 00 t fo Letter from Senator Sawyer. pl The fact that, says the Chester Re- Pl porter, many men were being nomina- 01 tod for Congress whom we know to to have been honorably engaged in the w late struggle, together with the ex w prossion of opinion on the part of - many with whom we met, that the to oath prescribed by Act of Congress, 11 approved July 1, 1862, had been en superseded by the fourteenth amend- bi mont, induced us to address a letter to lion. F. A. Sawyer, asking for an authoritative statement in regard to A the oath required of members of a Congress. In reply we received the t following :W UrrEn STATES SENATE CIHAMREn, t \VAsuHNGTON, June 4, 1870. m Dear Sir: Your letter of 1st inst., d inquiring "whether Congress now re quires the test oath of 1862 to be...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 June 1870

T.3ociO L New Advertisements. We direct speeial attention to tb idvertisement of the Monthly Visitor l jish,ed in Chariepton by F. Eu S eio for thle'tal sum of 5( cents a year. Froh Medioinos--Ketohin, Me Master & Brice. Oranges, Lemons and Fresh Candy, --E. W. Ollever's Fruit and Coofeo tionery store.. One Hundred and Forty Thousan4 Brick-Apply to -Jas. W. I4aw. OrganlzatIon of the "Mellsta." We are informed that one company of the "Molish" waa organized in thi* place on Tuesday night last, under the ian elof the "Johnson Rifles." The following are the names of the oflicer9 elect : Aaron Boyd, C 'ptnIn ; Johi Rowe, 1st Lieutenant ; Thos. Jacobs, 2nd Lieutenant. Thanks. We. aoknowledge receipt of an in vitation to attend the final Celebra tion of the Clariosophie Society, of the University of South Carolina, on Tuesday evening, 28th June, 1870. The following are the names of the 'Committee on. invitation : Preston iliun, Winnsboro ; E. Reese Doyle, 'l)conee ; T. P. Bell, Beaufor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 June 1870

Late Hours. Rev. Hienry Ward Beecher preach "Ap:l 24 on "La H hours" and tl Unfruitful Woiks of Darkness," and the course of liis sermon said : "If y want to make the ruin of a child s, give him liberty after dark. You cann donnything nearer to insure damnatic than to leave him at liberty to go whe ho will,without restraint. After dai i will be sure to get'into communica' with people that will underminb all Il gootl quahities. I do not like to spen to parents about their children, b there aro thousands who think the child cannot do wrong. Their clii will not lie, when his tongue is like bended bow ; he will not drink, wh: there is not a saloon within a mile of I fit her's house where he is not as we known as one of its own decar.tere ; I never does tiiquitous things, when he reeking in filth. Nineteen out of ever twenty allowed perfect freedom night will be wounded by it. There nothing more neceaary than for a chil to be at home at night ; or if ho is abroa you should be withr liin....

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. — 22 June 1870

Despitos, Williams & CO, Proprietors,] A Family Per Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Lteratfe [Terms-- $3.00 per Annum, In Advance. VOL .I. WINNSBOO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MO1NING [NO. VI.Y .. Tlls ' to FAIRFIELD HERALD 1 is ruu~stu.:n~ wn;i.vy e 1)ESPORTES, W11J.AMS & CO h Teihus.-TaI 11 UnALl is ptblishai Wook- ti y in the Town of Winnsboro, at 93.O0 in vureibly in advanice. I Wiar All transient advertisements to be b pai.din advatnce. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. a Lotter of Ool; Jai. It. Rion. if Mn. EiOTon: In an editorial of the ti I Ith inst., referring to the pglicy' td. t vised, by me, you say, "We would be f pleased to have the scheme somewhat explained." I will endeavor to do so, but the limits of a newspaper d comn unioatiou will not, of course, t< allow tue to do more thau briefly give , tho main ideas. . The Vinginia third-party scheme will iot work hiere. Lot us keep up t the organiration of the .Demucratict party in this State. ...

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. — 22 June 1870

WINNSBOROa Wednesday Morning, June 15, 1870. Ulon Itef'ornsb Noinifuntions. FoR oOVERNOR, Hon. R. B. OARPENTER, OF CHJARLESTON. roR LIEUTENANT-OOvRRon, Goneral N. 0. BUTLER, OF EDO EIELD. Letter of Coloiel Sas. U. fion, Our readers will doubtless read with interest the letter of Col. Rion, which we print to-day. It makes more than one striking point. But while Colonel Rion tells us to vote for independent candidates, when they of for themselves, from the lepublican party, we go a step further, and urge all candidates for the Legislature to run as bona fide Republicans who will vote for a Republican U. S. Senator, and electioncer curnesty for the votes of the suifragans. Col. Rion would have Demoerats vote for respectable le. publicans. Wo would have respeota. ble citizens join the Republicans, t< furnish Colonel Ilion and his part) with candidates for whom to vote The two positions will support caol other admirably. The Democrati say, they wish respectable Republicat cindidates f...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 June 1870

A good, Industa lous white boy, one d who oan read end write, as an apprcn- bi tice. Apply at this oflce. :s to -r-=. ht lNew Advertisements. in Freah Meal-Bacot & Co. TI Ladd Bros & Co., have received wo 'their third stock of Dry Goods, &o. d% Read their advertisonen. hi To Our Slibscr bcs. of . At the annual meeting of the South ern Press Association, held at Savan- r nab April-26, 1870 the following by- S law was adopted : o 'SE.c7rroVr. From and after June let, 1870, no member of this Associa- S tioni shall continue a subscription On upon his books, either for daily or bi weekly issue, beyonl the period for th "which pro-payment has been made." th In accordance with the above our F subscribers will see that we are -obliged to enforce the cash system. th Bills will, therefore, be made out and bil forwarded immediately to all parties th in arrears, and those whose subsorip- a tions are about falling due, and cover ing prepayment up to ant iecluding w( December 31, 1870...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 June 1870

A Apanese View 'fAell. folThe;flowing; raphic piNtre of Ilt,;is gotten: upby the ay6s6, In order we suppose, to fi ighton the pegple into goiodpose, i giypu jo a re ent- -correspondenee fron Jeddo : "48eated in theo.entre, with the appear anoe,of.repose, and. no suffering, yet looking down stordli upon the prison era, was King Bon. Before his majdsty were men kuocking and praying for pardon. Atone end of the long room a man was being transformed into a don key. The sprite who performed the job had got the man horirontalized, and standing upon what had formerly been hands and feet, but were DOW hoofs and was then at work upon the man. (R1er. Edward Beecher should have taken a trip to China, where he would have found the doctrine of transmigra. tion of soulslready worked out. H e might have been saved mucuh- dis tressfull logie.) At the other cod of the building a man was climbing an almost perpendicular ice mountain, and another was descending head downward. - In the center of the bu...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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