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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 August 1870

i i 1 1y1 1 -,PO W;ll i d , Prop$otors A Famiy Paper Devoted to Science, Art, inquiry Industry and teue[r ---3.00 pe Anmhdvc OLVL] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AJGUST 3,1870, [NO. 7 T, F- t IFT -I J- V -VHW FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUSI.ISHED. I2FKLY 1T' DESPOUTE. WILJIAMS- & 00 Terms.-Tais 1fAtetiA is'pubfi*iiWeteWk iq,tbe .Town of Wlnnsboro, at 9;1,99 in esr bly;in advance., luL All transilent adverttiea'ente' to be paid ia advan6e. . Q4titary ,tices . ap4 Trtb$e p $1.90 ,pr eIuare. ;ieilington .l s l erlo9. At the Duchess of Riohm ond's ball at Brussels, the' Prince of Orange, w.ho pommanded the first division of the army, atbt back suddenly, just as the Duke of Wellington had taken hie plaoe*at the supper table, and whispered some minutes to his Grace: who only said be had no fresh orders to gif, and rooemmended,the Prine tao back to his quarterh -and -to g( to ad.' The -Duke 'ofWellingtoi remained nearly twenty minute-4 after tljis and thou said to the Duke t Riohnond, "...

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. — 3 August 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Pub l+hed Every Wednesday at WIANSBORO, S. C., nY Desportes, Williams & Co. TI:RMS-IN ADVANCA. one Copy one year, - - $ a 00 P "iv " - - 12 60 Ten " " " - - 2600 Remarks of Gcueral Butler at Pickens IT .Court house. The "charges" of General Butler ngainst the administration of Governo:' Scott were as cogently sustained as they t were gallantly made. They have the r dash of the envalry onsets of other days I anl vigorously followed tip mult rout E the enemy, horse, foal, and dragoons. t Have we, asked General Butler, had t nitgovernment underjt he Scott adninis. tration ? I cny' we have, and I have been asked for the proof. I now present ( these pbart es, all of which I believe I can t prove, The speaker then rond the following charges against I. K. Scott.: I. I ch arge that I. K. Scott has d hiolatedl that well es9'abtljihd and ne. knowledged principle of law which i jrohibita a tinatee from speculating with the tunds of his trust estate for his r own person...

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. — 3 August 1870

L oozr,ti. Xtera.m. tauiu bite o one w idand write, ap Il $ udnty, will tdoluoe.at WIt s ba of attda , n ,h inst., for the ptrse-telsgettinga e u O'A 3ACUE, abd ' jradge te preparatory to thbeQptlon of Judge Carpenter, Geneals Butler and, er'shaw, and ourhdistIoguis.4 Peekors,who have engag*dt address".the people of Fair field"4uty, At *Wfposboro on the i7C pof tb m"ontb. e.fl#. 1t eedt Tb:. Needful,".and we repeat our req 'Qro: those itidebted to. come fo id .andt pay'dpr pWO,A 4vertiAements. Dit lutiou--Gooding, Stewart & Co - ti~ en OWlour at MoIntyrb & Co. IVot True. We notice by a card published in the Qolumbia 'Pweix of Saturday, by the chairmen of the delegations of the' Furth Cobgressional District, that-A. S. Wallace, 'Was not nominat ed for Congresa na reported. Sound Sense, We heard some black men say on lest Saturday.night, that there were several white men who are pretending to affiliate with their party in order to go to the Legislature, but they "can't. see th...

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. — 3 August 1870

Republirai Plttform. The following is the p'aform repor ted by E':x-C.outgressman Whittenore", and adopted by the lIepublican Coatven tio : , Reso/ved, That the Reputblicans of irntth Carolina in convention asdeibled inl a spirit of amnity and peace towaids their opponent,+, ad'i of' jtstice to them solves, tmak, the Iollowing dcclaration of principle and poliey : 1. That. as'eitzen'us of the nation rep. resenting t lie Republican sentiment of a proud and honored Commonwealth. we regard wit i sincere satisfaction the fidel. ity ev,nced by I'resident Orant to the lteptblicani party. aaid wit p;edgt d our cordial support to tI.e measures ina't gurated by hin to insnte conciliiition, eco,noyiv and j0tictl1 it home, atnad com rannd consideratin;r atad re-.p'ct abroad. 2. Thal we cordiaclly endorse the ad mimtstration of G,'Vernur Scott, as wiae, c'onot"e-dIl l)and hionest, antd that it do serves, as it has received, th. hearty ap. pro val of the loyal people of Suth Caro. lima. 3. That ...

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. — 10 August 1870

" Tl Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, ihquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$300 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. V.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, A UGUST 10, 1870. [NO. THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Is PUBI.TS1ED WEEKLY BY DESPORIES. WILLIAMS & CO erm-ma-Ttvs IRRALD is published Week In the Town of Winnsboro, at 33.00 in 5araably in advance. S' All transient advertisements to be paid in advanco. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per squtare. Address of Major T. W. Woodward bibre the Fairfield Agricultural Society. Ma. Passitstar :-It may be truthful ly asserted that tho Agricultural prosperity of a country is not only the true measure of its civilization, but I believe that the stability of its laws are oven doel endent up on the successful tillage of its soil. What ever, therefore, have been the excellencies of a people, be they either of a mercaut.ilo or manufacturing character, it is mainly to science as applied to the ti...

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. — 10 August 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Published Every Wednesday at WINNiSli;o.O, s. C, Despcrtes, Williams & Co. -o-0 TERM3-I AD VANCR. ne Copy eno year, - - $ 8 00 iveo " " i - - - 1260 Te " " " - - 2! 00 Thle 1 Geedle Gini lnd the Cltessapot, The suddenness with which Austria was ov.irwhllue(1 with disaster and defeat in her conflict with Prussic, in 186(, was far more impressivo than her gradual withdrawal before the combined forces of France and Italy, in 1859. 'T'ho power of Austria was p It. materinlly less in t he latter war than in the earlier, and it was nor tainly far more vigorously put forth to resist I'russia than to resist France and [taly combined. Moreover, while FIrance was not exhausted by her Ital in war with A istria, she certainly, for the timo, put forth., under the eye of the einperor Napoleon himself, every energy that she could conimand. So far as the relative power of France and Pru4sia can he judged from the relative ease with which they thrash e- Austria, it is certai...

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. — 10 August 1870

A good,adustdous white boy, one who oitied'and writo, as an appren tio 'A :at isofino. JAEWUET Aw F rashion, Free, WIiL be given at WINNSIBORO on WEDNFSDAY, 17t- DAY OF THt8 MONTII. Every man, in Fairfield County, WHITk and C'OWd1ED, whether he be 6d goO tor Republican, Union Reforner Qr. ion Leaguer, is invi. ted. d Si\rpeoter, General Butler, General Kershaw, and other distiu guished: Speakers will address the audience on tho.oca!ion. NeW A ertiseme ntn. Five Hundred Bushels White Corn and Forty S%eks New Family Flour, just received at D. R. Flennikea's. Notice to Contraotors-G. H. Me Master. Attention 1. All citizens, w1, 1)y taxes and who are therefo, e i terested in pro veutiug the Scot.. Administration from fraudulently contractiog other millions of debt for the people to pay, are urged to contribute to the Barba cue, at which some of the crimes of the present state officials are to be un veiled. Stupid men cannot see the danger of bankruptcy which threatens the State ; the mo...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 August 1870

The I'olilictl Future. Rep,.blicani from the South, at pres. cut in Wa.shingio., take a gloomy view (f111t sitn'ttion at home. A Ijoutsiia Re. puhliran, for instance, iiiforms his friends in the Senate that Louisiana willt give live ttousand Democrat majority text November, and iwentty-five thou sa at the next President.ial election. A Mississippi Republiean pr'dicts a emocratic vitelov in that State in Iuvetnber. He told Alcorii, the other tay. it. was inevitabe, and Alcorn hanghed. Nowv, if Alcorn hand been atI beart. Radica1, he would have cried ; bit. lie never shed it tear-on tihe con. tra(rv, as abovu stated. ie aighed. )"..pend upon it that man Alcorn-the old friemd ofClay, \Vebster and l"ilmore --is "ripe for treason, sttatagem andI spoils." Alabiauma, I tn assurred by good )Repul ican ait.horiIy, will give 5,000 1nc clalic majority in November. Enough satid about Alabama. Georgi:, not being as yc reconstruc. ted. I leave ont of the account, for the prvsent. Soith Car ihna m...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 August 1870

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Term8---$&.00 per Annum, In Advance. VLV.]WINNSBORO, 8. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST17,1870. [NO. 9 Tij FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUI.1silED WMKKL.Y lBY DESPOR TES. WILLIAMS & CO Terms.-Tnus 1ISRAL, is published Wcek. in the Town of Winnsboro, at $3.00 in "areably in advance. S&- All transient advertiseenuts to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. The P tusslau National Anthem. I AM A PRUS8AN. ("Ich Bin Ein Preusae." I atn a Prussian ! see my colors gleaming 'he blaok-white standard floats before ane free ; For Freedom's rights, my fathers' hearts. blood streaming, Snoh, mark ye, mean the black and white to mel Shall I then prove a cowaid? I'll o'er be to the toward I Though day he dull, though sun shine brigtt on ue, I am a Prussian, will a Prussian be I Before the throne with love and faith I'm bending, Whence, nildly good, ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 August 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Published Every Wednesday at WINNSB OR O, S. C, Dy Desportes, Williams & Co. TSRM,-IN ADVANCE. one Copy one year, - $ 8 00 Five '' -' . - 12 60 Ten " " - - 2600 Political Jubilee in Wilmington. WrILaiNoTON, N. C., August 11. The grandest politioal deounstrations over vitnessed bore is now in progress in honor of the recent Conservative victory in this State. Railroads and st.coators brought in hundreds of per r: froi other counties. This even ing there is a grand illumination, torch-light procession and bonfires. The whole city is alive with excite mot., cannon firing and the di-play of firc-works. Thoiu ands of persons are in the procession and on the streets, but good order and foelin&~ univera'l. ly prevails. There are n'o motto"., devices and transparenets to give of fence to the ttefcatt l party, nnd everything is oouducod in the most dignitled and conciliatory manner. The speech of Colonel A. M. Wad deli, the Conservative CongreFsman elect, is cons...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 August 1870

I-acocaL i e = n* . A good, indust,lous white boy, one who can read and write, as an appren tice. Apply at this oflice. O:' \r. W. W. Peake will please receive our thanks for a basket of fine peaches. Opei cot ton foiis. Capt. WmVn. MoCully has placed upon our table four open cotton bolls, ho informs us that he has had open ootton for over a week. Religious Intelligence. Bi,hop Davis will hold a visitation at St. Stephens Church, Ridgeway, on Thursday, the 18th, and may be ex pected in Winnsboro on Friday, the 19th. New Advertisennents. More New Flour, at lcIntyre & Co's. Read Mr. S. Wolfe, advertisement, about the "War in Europe." bir. Wolfe knows whereof he speaks. Soo the card of Mr. b. Brown, the "hotelist." le keeps a good house, and we cordially recommend it to the patronage of the public. To Contractors.-I. N. Withers, Chairman. Sale of Land-S. B. Clowney, Clerk of Court. M illinery-Messrs. Armstrong, Ca: tor & Co., the proprietors of that old established Baltimore Ho...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 August 1870

With charactri. tio cunl.ing, tho Scott Rig s.rive to hide their "ins benatth the iutIe .,f I 1ublieut.i1iam. As It3publiui. tht:y tll p.al to the free.u.u for the:r soppiort, is Repub. lie cis they pr:to of the Free S,eech and,, the Frt;n Press which tho hato Uud d,c.td ; wilile they hIve no mi1re right to be considered 1he r pi esci.ta titetr in SuUIh( U..roliita of the Na tionatl RdI,ub:ic..n p.uty thn thon vit in) tle penitentiairy Iahil to be ?e gardted as a tair .petimen of0110 11o11 Cstv at.d duct ily of a ',a:o. As Ite puLliolus, the -.,ott Ring al o re p.u diatod aid disona,nel by the topuidli Can juurialtls of the North; ,tid a Re publician Coeigvu,, wh: e. cr ol.jt - ing voice was enough to plevent it, romoved the politicul dit.lihi.itiea of ;the Ref;'orut o.intdttate for Lieute:aInt 'lcveinor of S.t.hI Carolina, and so wIM.ed him Gud-q,eed ! in the good v. ofk of giving to Saoth Ci.ioul ila a govonneut w.ic'h shall not be an in sult ani, a Iopr ,.,ue1 to All go.o citi fi...

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. — 24 August 1870

Desportes, Wilhiams & Coi Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature[ per Annum, In Advance. VOL VI.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24,1870. 'I1I14 FAIRFIELD HERALD is. 'ti.iiS iF.1) W -I-:KILY nY )ES POT'L'EiS. W ILLI l IS & (0) T Aerm'a.--Tnat liea.t. is put,lihied wek in the 'To vn of Wiunnbero, it 93.00 in vmreablg ins advance. t,y- All transout adYrtisentnts to be panid in advRie. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per [Coltutbiat Cor. Charleston Nowd.] Tfho Liinul Ring, ColiuD.na, A ugust 14. The land cotmi.sin ..till lives, and its operations have lost notO of their interest. In the absence of nil official reports, faets are reporting them selves. They co110 forth in spite of every efTot to veil, dibgnise, or to distort thein. They como in figures and in form. We are getting them from the monrtains and the 'seaboard. As to the mountain regions, several lively rum"irs havo been afloat r"oec'nt ly of Edai sold ...

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. — 24 August 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Publisbed Every Wednesday at WKINNSBORO, S. C, n1r Desportes, Williams & Co. TER.N.--J ADL ANCYE. (j.u Copy one year, - - $ 8 00 "Ve . a " - 1260 '' : , *" . - - 2b04 Excitlig Scene in a Paris Theatre, Mr. Halstead writes to his paper from Paris ; "'he stood in the centre of the t age ; on either side was a soldier %.ith a beautiful flag of Franee, no. tonable for the intensity of the cot re ; and the girls of the theatre, all - ina rod, white and blue, some distin. i-hod by a prepondorance of one 1 color and of another, was grouped with striking effect. As the curtain ascended, revealing this tableau, there was a gnick hum of approval, and then as the first words of the hymn of liberty, become the war song of the impire, were heard there was a sud den hush, and every eye in the audi cuce glittered with excitement. A bugler sounding the advance started the chorus, and there was the powor of many voices in it. At the c,upletion of the stanza there was an over...

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. — 24 August 1870

SAy one finding a rg Key will confer a favor by leaving it at this oflice. New Advertisementy. - Attention is called to the advor. tisement of the Duo West Female College. Just Received-D. I. Flenniken. We call especial attention to the alvertisement of Mr. Brolly. Those virhing a4ything in the tailoring line will do well to give him a call. Lost, Strayed, or Stolen-John Isenhower. Just Itecieved- Thompson & Wood ward. The Canvass in Fairfield. Agreeably to appointment, General Kershaw, General Butler, Judge Cur.. pouter, the Rev. Jonas B3 rd and John Lee, arrived by the lalf-"past cev en o'clock train in Vinnsboro from Columbia, on Vednetd.,y last, and were escorted by a Committee to the Hotel. It was raining heavily, and continued to rain till long uf.er twelve o'clo.k, and see med to proniie to rain until night, Nothing daunted, the Univu Reformers proceeded to the stand erected in a beautiful natural amphitheatre in the woods, whither a va3t concourse of citizens, white . an...

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. — 24 August 1870

STe Canut itd Othe It is a matter utregret that the cer,sps 't, he taken of persons and properly hl. Y(.South will be wholly tm-lhble. T'ie data were looked for with interest " y students ofsocial acivunie. Yet the hole cQatly -and.laborious and valiiublu ,.r, cesshas bee"n botched by partisan 0.ip. A correspondent of the New Votk 7itmes expsHins: As is well known, about ninety-nine W+t cent. of the Repnblioan party in t.h .,nth is composed of negroey, and the 1"maining one per cent. of carpet.bq w"I venttrer? fromi tho North and lo o lass scalawag Southern reneadea, alike 'siti it e of ability to comprehend the '!uiects of a census and of lidelity to die. 4r,rgo properly aty duty confided to mihin if intricite'orlaborious, 1Prgn this lass tli Dep'uty Marshals were rigidly c"h:cted. In one neighboring locality a o~loped youth, atbout. twenty-one years ->f age, hs chargt of a whole county, anl is performing his duty (in violation ot law) with ctance white assistance. As his consep...

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. — 31 August 1870

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$3.00 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. VI.I WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, A IJGUST 31,1870. [NO. 11 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Is rU3tsnFtiD WEE1KLT Vt DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & 00 Ternta.-Tu IIsRALD is publiKhed Week. in the 'own of Winnsboro, at $3.0 in reabl,y in adtvance. * All tansient sAdvertesments to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. Off With Your Oray Suits, Boys The South has not forgotten the Provost Marshal order, by which Confederate gray was forbidden as wearing apparel, on pain of arrest and impris"nment. ' The order at the lime was regarded as cruel and oppres. slte, as many of our brave boys had no other clothing than the gray uniforms. The following spirited iies, which was clipped from the Hawkitasville Dispatch, commemo rates the event. It was written while smarting undtr the insulting order, by one who for...

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. — 31 August 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD 1'u>liste d F.very Wednes-..y at n tf WJVNAIJ C) iv , ,S. (I, Desportes, Williams & Co. (pne Copy one year, - - v 8 00 1 Viv. o a. ' - - - 12 61) Tean - - 2:> 10 The (Irent Conflagralion Il Caltinla. The tires that have raged in the bush during the past three weeks ap. proachvd the aettlcnett in thu vieini. ty of Ottawa, last night, nlti , t wt"hol ly dlestroying thema, driving the inha hitats fromt their hotes, and in the najoIrit y of eases ulmnost without clothintg. Several lives were reported to have becn lust, and about one hun drd'tl and twenty persons missing; they are prob-bly hiding in the ciecks and rivers. Abuut thit t.y peisons a r ived in this city to-day, burned and otherwiso perrosally injnred. Fires are inl somie 3pots to the extent of forty or fifty ules long by twelvo or fifteen wide, running West, aut lEast, parallel to this city, moustly on the othter or North side of the river. Those spots are now alnmo:t overy. wheru joined, makin...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 31 August 1870

X.oca,l_T.tomxa.. Public Meeting. A meeting of all citizens, white an colored, who favor the success of th, Union Reform Candidates in the pros ot State canvass, is requested upoi Monday next (5th September) at 1 o'clock, in the Court House, at Winns boro. New Advertisenaeats. Wagous-A. F. Abernethy. New Firm--Ketonin & Robertson. New Flour-Ketohin, bicmaster d Brice. Executor's Notico-John T. W Stitt. Lost-Thos. MuK;n%try. ]Reath of Capt. A. S. Gaillard. It is our painful duty to aunouno< to the public the death of our esteem ed young citizen, Captain A. S. Gail lard, who doparted this life at abou 8 o'clock, at his residence in this Die triot, on Monday evening, 22d in stant. He was a graduate of the Citade Academy of Charleston, and was on i visit to Europo at the time of th breaking out of the war, but sooi hurried home to aid in the defense o his beloved South. He received at appointment s Lieutenant in the is South Carolina Artillery (Regulars and was in Fort Sumter in ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 31 August 1870

Concentralion of hulth Armin for a lIe 018s1 1 Battle -Plossible ltesults-Htu 111Ors of Pence. It is now 'stablished beyond a doubt that the terrible an]d a.engninary battles fonght duing the last week between the elite of thu French arny, under Marshcall Bazaine, and the flower of the Prussian army, inder General von Steinmetz and Kang William, at Mars htToi.r, lRezonvlel and Gia velotte, three little villages very near and but little tvest of Metz, have resulted in such a revere loss to both armies that an entire change of programme has been deemed necessary for further operations. First of all, the Germans have been compelled to pause before they attempt anything like an immediate advance to 'aris, no matter by what route, for their lossos in the battle of Rezonville, particularly when they had to storm the chosen and strongly fortified position of the French, have been so terrible that all Berlin and tho neighboring provinces from which these army corps have been drafted are to-...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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