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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 7 September 1870

--rr__ __ ll1m r i .lu i Desportes, Wlams &:C6., Propretors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, ulrlndust ard Lo aturno [Terms---$3.00 per Annum, In Advance. OL._Vi.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MOlRNING, SEPTFABER 7,1870. FAIRFIELD HERALD UI tInn31.StLF w)1'a"K1.Y I Y DE S)IPO'LRTIS 1ILIAM$ & 0. Ternax.-Ttte 11i nitu is pub,!Med Week in the 'T'own of W iunnboro, at 13.O0 in enretlly in a'dnance. - - All transiont advortisennquis to be paid in ndvauce. Ohtuiary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per tquare Dilsaitlrc ii Chita. TWEiNT'TWO EUlOl.'\NS AND IO1t1 J'IAN FIFTY CIlIt.Dtt EN%1 .i n Our files frou Shanghai and Yoko b,) oa contaii the tull p" ticulat s of the horrible tmnaaeo at. 'Tientsin, near , ckin, of the Frenoh Conhul aid iis secretary, and about twenty other Europeans, which was not icu in our dispatches a few das since. 110W IT OIIGINATE. The Catholio missionaries, who have for u;any yea.rs been teaching the na)<tive ohtildrn tand making ttny converts, irov,,...

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. — 7 September 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD I'ublished :very Wednesday at W [N:'SR? Oli, S. C., DY Desportes, Williams & Co. TERMS-- IN AD VANCE. otne Copy ono year, - - $ 3 0 Five " " - - 12 6 re ", r " - - 25 no [Special Gotr. I hiurleson C urier.] ierorlll Capiilgn at Sum111ter. ....-yumrEn, S. (., August 81, 1870. The Reform meetin; in this stroug. hold of the Scott -MoQes Ring, was ono of the most sRucces.ful of the oamnpaien. Our party arrived hero yesterday, and were met at the depot 1y a Cotnmittoe of the citizens, by whomt we wore ontortained. Nessr(. J. ). Blanding and A . A. Gilbert played the host, and played the role to perfection. - This morning, by 'leven o'clock, there were nearly .1,000 persons in the town, about two-thirds of them being colored. A brass band from Wilmnington, N. U., furnished delight ful musio during the meeting. AN ARTIFUL DODUF. The emissaries of the Scott Ri.,g Laving failed to keep the colored men away from the meeting, resotted to apother dodge which was cqually...

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. — 7 September 1870

Now 4otton. The seoond ie E neoinisas sold here yesterday by Mr. J. H. I3rioe. Mr. John U. Cathcart was the puro or, t16ok Ktnsdnan and $owili We direct special attention to the eard of this firm in another column, They are enter,ising' gnd; .eliablo Ch 1 $$ (fentag o sreaidy' 'otp% 1y an'i dBiitly to'sefve their frieuds in the iuterior. New AdvertiNemIetMs. NQtice To Paxpayer--J. S. Stews art Aounty, A uditor. Dissolution-Thonpaon & Wood watd. 14otice to Contraotors-G. II. Mo. MapterS $otice to Assessors-J. 8. Stew atf Oounty Auditor.. T6adot & Co., have received a large stock of Plnntntion Goods. Three fltndred'baithela Bread Corn ad tree Oundrod: buebels: Winter Seed Oats, at D. It. Flenniken's. Panknin's Ink. We tender our sincere thanks to Messrs. Walker, Evaus & Cogswell of Charleston, S. (3., for a bottle by Ex press of Panku#n's Acid Resisting Ink. It-is decidedly the beat writing fluid we have used id some time. This ink loes not corrode a steel pen, nor does-it...

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. — 7 September 1870

A I'erilous Adveliture-Ullimb1ing a Church Sltelic - A Tailuring Job at the Sum The Newark Advertiser tells this startling story of an adventure in that place "St. Patrick's cathedral has a stoo ple surmounted by a ball, on which is a cross. The top of the cross is two hundred and lilteon foot above the surfaoe of the ground, the height being but live feot short of that of Blnker Hill ronum rt. 'The steeple is of wood, squaro at the base, and ta poring to a point. Along eaoh angle fron the baso to the point are nailed at the distnioe of four foot apart or.. namental knobs of wood. "All this wood-work, being weath er-beaten in Ihe cour. o of time, rots ; espccially the knobs and the cross, which present many small angles, so that it becomes necessary now and then to attend to the repairing of those parts. To ereot a staging for the puiposo, whenit a man of sufficient daring and coolness might climb and do the work would not ho the most economical method. Such won are rare, but they a...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 14 September 1870

.+.i IiE i Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$300 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. VI.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14, 1870. [NO. 13 'TIII'S FAIRFIELD HERALD is rUntlsrnrl) wEEKs liY 1)ESPORTIS. WILLIAMS & 'O. Terms.-t'u K II .aAr.1 i: published Week irn 1ho Town of Winntbov, at 03.00 in trsrea>ly in advance. 4li? All transient advortisenenls to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Trihules .1.00 per squ~are. The Ups iin1d DowIits of Life-Exit Napo Icon. The instability of earthly greatness is receiving another commentary in the prnanI enn.liir 1. .fthn 1'.p..n r Napoleon. But yesterday ho was a "grand monarch" in:teed, the inipe rial head of a nation concedod to be first of European nat ions in war, anl first in pecue. As if to show to tht world that the fabric of his power was not built upon the sarad, he went down to the foundation and discloscd in the vote upo...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 14 September 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Published Kvcry Wedneaday at WTLVNSI?BORO, S. C, BRY Desportes, Williams & Co. ----- TE1.MS-IN AD VANCE. ( no Copy one year, - - $ 3 ( 'ivo " -' " . - - 12 00 Ten ' - - 25 00 The Reforlit Campaign at Darlingloi. [1 aK DFATil 8TRU'oeil.t; OF I A DICAI.8M. On the 3Ist of Aupust., the Reverend B. '. Whittemore, with his confreres and associatea, held at mass mteeting 1tt Dr.rlingion C. II., in tiho interest of the Scott Iting. Several of the shiming lights of the concern were present. and Il the placr. was the adopted homne of b-rolher V hit.tenore, a very largi crowd was expecteal. 'l'he (ivgust of these worihi, however, may he more esily imagined than d"scribed when I inform you that there wero not more than two inmdre'd and i''ty colored people present and that thero was nono of that en limusiasm oxhaihiled, which they had hoped to excite. Scott's organ in that platco accounts for the slit attendance by saying th"at thr people were too much -ngngd willh thei...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 14 September 1870

New Advertisenuenat . Just Received-D. I. Flenniken. In Store and to Arrive-Kctchin &. Robertson. Wine 1lorses. We refer our readers to the udvor tiscment of Mr. A. F. Gooding, and would cordially recommend our friends, especially thoso wishing extra fine horses and mules to give him a call. They are as lide as any we have seen in this maark,t since tihe war. Crumbs. ''he (lumbia itflo., have at last been commissioned by Covernur Scott. The naies of tho oflicers are as fol ioars :Itiehard O'Neale, jr., (lap. tain C. J. Iredoll, First Linutenunt; V. If. Manning, Second Lieutenant. During the week ending September 3d, there were twenty six deaths in Charleston-seven whites and nine teen colored. Iadica ! w- wn,. The t,dical.i had a pow-wow at this place yestdrday. A go, (ly number of the Iladi:al "ligh t, ?'' from Columbia were present on the ocecsion. Cham berlain and others were expected on Monduy, but failed to make their ap. pearance, and the small crowd of the colored popunla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 14 September 1870

We t ike the folIlo.ving admirable , at,"mlnt of tb,! ie,-nliar C ecelI(-tties of It.' (Germanl t1lilitatry System fromt at h;' ter (if .Mr. 1Fredlericki KItapp. dt:1(1d INriin, .\ tgust 1, printed in the NIti.on of 'loirsday I:st.: 1In re.:!-g tIlhe lrench pae l)'rs, you vill fi1.1 t! t the h-fceat i.4 at trilbutel by tlioa: to it I gI.rtater tlnmbe:s of thE (h-r in l .. I admliii t I at. lucl.s far we ::ave 1 . ll s'r'11ger on every lihdl 11nd at atn' :iven ip,oint th in th'- .'Iencth. Il.t l., this fact spicak it thl'ir favor ? 'I'h ir. p,opn:" i'ons Itill out' i Ihout c:,eId1. They I1:vo ht w) n tthirty h Vt'l :il1 thirty" eigti I6 1iont-: of inhabtit;tn;s. whie, on the other r;ide, the l otth (;(rllu ('olttob-dr:tion has thirty, lItIvaria tive, WN1:r,'mberg". l,aienI and1 ( Souhn 111cl"IIo th Iree ar141 a hall---a total oof th,irty-c"ight amd a hllf llili~ons. The l-'rtenh werl: three \ aohs AM If w1s 1o:I, , they deelar't-1 war, but the:y di not, Im.oVo: )ol!,nd the front ieor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 21 September 1870

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Ternis---$3.00 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. VI.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21,1870. [NO. 14 FAIRFIELD HERALD 1s PITIdshRt) WF KI,Y Ty DESPORTES, WILLIAMS & C Termsn .- T ius 1[r.aA 1,t iv published W ee k in the Town of Winnaboro, at 03.00 in rcereably in aduance. && All transient advertiseruents to b paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 pe iquare. Radical Pow-wow at W1inn11s boro. Mon,by the 12th 1n t., being tbi appointed time for the Republicat canvassers to address the people o Fairfield at Winnsboro, there as aembled in the streets about 10 o'clock a crowd of about 400 men, womel and children, all colored, no white being seen in the procession. The procession after forming march ed to a grove on the outskirts of th town whore a rough stand had beei erected for the accommodation of th speakers. The meeting was op...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 21 September 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Piblishe d [very Wednesday at WIVNSBOleO, S. C., ntY Desportes, Williams & Co. Tl'R,s- INll) A N . one Copy one year, - - $ or05 Five " " - - - - 1: nO Ten " " " - - 20 1) Astonllding lic'clapit('ni! The following confidential circular was rccnntly picked uIp in front of the Central [lo(tel at Union Coirt Iloim. whore it had, in all iprobabiliy . aeccord ing to the evidenen mldn"ed' heen drop ped by one of the Radical leaders in tlint sret.ion. 'l'ho original is wit Ii the Seret;Inrv of the Exeentiye Conittee of tho IImon Reform Patty, and can be eon at his oflico. 'Tho facts connected with its be. ing found aro supported by aflidavits which also can be seen at the Exocutive Commit.tee Rooms : CONYIDENt' Al. cstftcIUIAn. CoMUAnps: The radical crns is in nnnger. The Reform party is gaining rapidly. Our party is being divided in diflerent sect ions ; not lung but, a tre memidous eflort with the whole radical pnrty united as one iman can r the party from defi"t...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 21 September 1870

Newv Advertisensents. -"Bransum" invites his friends to call and examine everything that he has just opened, also his "hat." B. F. Davids.n & Co., have receiv edh,very large stock of fall and win tefggods., Read their advertisement. Leather--Thompson, Woodward & Law. Administrator's Sale-J. H. Cath gart Administrator. drdiiioian The Prosbytery of South Carolina, met in the PIreshytei ian Church of A1.beville, on - Friday morning, the 2nd inbt. The object of this meeting was to ordain the Rev. James Ii. Martin, of our District, and to instal him Pastor of the A.heville thurch. Death of Mrs. Geo. W. Boggs. We regret to learn from the Colum bioPlain.r of yesterday, that Mrs. G. W. Bnggn, wife of the Rev. G W. Boggs, alter a few hours' illness from gopgeetive.ohill, died in that City, on fedteiday morning. Mrs. Boggs was fr' anuwber of years a resident of this place. t odey's Ladies' Book, For October is at hand, containing its usual variety of interesting read ing natter, engra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 21 September 1870

A Jlorrible Mlventite. The '.ris l'atrie rustain: the well. 0-,aned relmttation of the French press for prodtcing teisationmIl anuudotes bgoontribntong the following to that specks of literature ''An advonture troly horrible, and vhihol it' made the nubjc it of a molo drapta would cutainly bo denounced a. improbatIlc, hats just occured in the environs of Vilerbio, in the Pontifical States. A cattle-dealer stopped at an inn on the road not, far fromt the city. lie seemeed very well satistied with the auneomodtion,s amd with himself, and he related to the innk"'ep. Cr that he had just made an excellent lar a.in about smite cuttlo, by which li' had netted a snt of fivo thousand fraues. A fter .supper he started for thrs city, but hrtd not gone far before lid 'was attacked by three min who triel to get him dowu. lIt defenvledi himself bravoly ani succeeded in iniklng his escapo. lie roturucl to the inn and rol ited what had h:sppon od. At tho Haino ti nc ie said he would sleep there, as...

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. — 28 September 1870

Desportes, WiliIams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Tcrms--$3 00 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. VI.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMB 7 TIME * PA1M'IELD HERALD 18 rUn i.:SiSD wEEKL.Y BY7 DESPORTES, WILLIAMS & GO. , ns.-Taui HunMArL if published Week . l ihe Tewn of Winnsboro, at 93.00 in 111estily it advonee. All transient 4dvertisomntis to be adin aatinceo. Obituary Notices and Tributes'11.00 per Thrilling Revolutionary Tale. God is everywhere. His words are In the heart. le is on the battlefield aid in oar peaceful honie. Praisc His holy name. It wa4 in tl:e wilds of Widahion -on th'e day of the b.ttle, as the noonday sun catue through the thick, clustered leaves that two men met in deadly obtiflict near the reef which, rose like Rome primeval world, at least a thou sattd febt above the dark Wdtors of the W issahico0n. The manwith dark brown face, grey eyes flashing-with deadly light, and a muscular ...

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. — 28 September 1870

'THE FAIRFIELD HER/..D Pubished Every Wednebidiy at WI0LVSIJRO, s, C, Desportes, Wiims& Co. TRMS- A V I'ASCN. Onle Copy oliC yenr, -- $ 0 1-1 e4 . 4 2i 40 Notes on the War, EN. si1i:1)AN ON Till-* SiT1ATION. Tho following is ni extract of a let. ter fromt Gen. Shieridani, dated ait Rh-ims : "There seens t( be but, litItol of the wair left except tle siego of Paris anJ th.t will ntot save Prance. it is possibIle that Vench troops have not donei s o well, i, I thin k they are capable of doiig, ono or two ou ocasionis which I. witnessed, from Ihe, fact that the I!;or fellows found them sl1vos so badly handik h d ('by their com mandiiclers that they could see Ito equiv alent to be obtained by wacrifiving their lives. All men like oi have an ci ivaleit fir I he ir 1.bor, anid especi Illy is it so w ith soldhlie r, Who ropiiiro siccoss where many livesi hav to ho snerificed. 11 -erenli (Gene raship put thisl ont oil the questionl in I every battlo which I have witne.Aied."' 6aT11ASiiO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 28 September 1870

New Advertiueanentj. Notice-W. B. ieake. Just Rooeived-Ba'ot & Oo. Bread Corn-D. R. Flonniken. Notice to Property Holdern-J. 6 Stewart County Auditor. Mesers.- Thonipson.. Woodward & Law, have received their fall and winter stocks of godds. They ol'er great inducements. See advertise Wnent. Attematln Refbrners I It is earno'est ly riquested that therb be a full attondancie of.All t(tii--ns CA Voring the Union lIefQftu Riovement, next Monday; at the Court House in Winnsboro. - Vrqm every voting pro binet in the Co'unty, slid from every Union Rif~min o on erin Club, a full delegation in to be desired. The idea at the ba his of our ction is a grand one. tJaion upoun the principle or the poliz tioal equalit.y of the races to secore good governmen 'for tile State--auid it should couimm.nd the sympathy and hupport of-every good citizen, without exception. .t. N. MOCANTS, County Chairman Union Reform Par-. t.y. ioncinnat iksanierkc1& Con The followjng-.geutlemen left here on th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 28 September 1870

A iin'er and a Ijiss. * I h Ie brugtil youir dinher, faitier," The bl-teiinith',s haugiter itid, AndI he took from ier urna ithe ku tlo And lified its shijiing liil. ,"There is not any pio (1i polding, Ho I will give you thin ;" An' i 1pon h is toil.womirn foreiead 1he left the childest kish. The bIcksuim It took oil' his npron Arid dinell * i n hipy miood, Womlering miuch l at tlie savr lid inl his besmtabmlle footl ; hille ill abomt him were visions "iull of prplletic; bliss : liut lie uover I thought, of' I lie nlmagio .u his little daughters' kiss. While she with her ketle swinging Merrily trutiged away, Stopping ait sight , of a squirrel, Catching sole Wild birdl's lay. Amd I tlmiglat how if aniy it slhamilow Of life and fat e we woulil miss If always 'ur f'rugal diinners Were seasoned Wit 1h a hiss. . 7 AliuiriCil W0 ltrs. The groatest cataract in the world is the falls of Niagara, where the wa ter 'froui the great upper lakes forms a river of throe-fourths of a milo in width,...

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

... . .. iiI Axri kb_ S I E FAIRFIELD HERALD) bi)ES1POW$r S. WUAL AMS & U0, Te;r ms.-t m IV lt eAro iOs publishied Week --- f'ihe Town of Witinboro, at 81.O Il. fareabLy in advance. A6' 'Ml1 transient adveriseoments to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per JAC RIGGINS. AND 11W HE 01046iliP, MARRIED. It miy'be funny, i(it I've (oo it.! I've got a rib and a baby. Shadows dopart.ed+-oy.tor i4te-ws, brandy cook tails, cigar boxes, bOOdj (-k4, ab!cond ijt thirtiuttois, whist' and demijohn. Sialows present--hoopskirts, baid blxes, ribbons, garters, loig sto.k ings, juveni!e dreeses, tin trumpets, litI't1e willow chairs, oradies, bibs, su gar-tehtta paregdric, hive syrup, t bat b, senna, salt, aquills, and doctor', bills. I'll toll you ho1 I got 4anght. was always the darnde.4, most tea custard bashful fellow you e'ver did 'see ; it was kitder it my line to be takon with the shakes every timo I saw a pretty gal approaching me, and I'd cross the sticot any time rat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 October 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Published Every Wednesday at IVINNSBOR(), C, BY Dosportes, Williams & Co. 0 T'lilUS- IN .11) 1A NC. noCopy 11 er -- S8O S. - 1. 00 Ten " " " . - 2;) 00 Thce Flood in lirgintia. W AsitIN O October 1 .-'le Po. tomcc R ver, c1nal1 and adjacent. teanii are fjtcwlodd. 'lie Liong 13ridge is un der water. Provision has been ni-le to) avoidi debying iimails or passengers. The we 1bir to-dacy is Clear but very hot. Ihe Clinic Bridge w, Wished atway. Loss to the Oraige ndu Alex a 'c ri ai road is roughly estimated at '>,.00,000. A span of the Chaii i.s lo Iged against the Il n i* il. Experts any both wili go. t.i'e dCly veresent comimuication betwe! her:) and A lexandria isi by boat.. \Vicaal.INO, r. Octiobe-I I.-Al vices from Iiarper's Yei * v reicprsew ia gre'If.flood in ihe Sh! :0leandoih River. Mny sucbst-antid buillings have beei destroyed. Fifty persons lost their )Ives, and many atre in peril beyond the itid of their friends. RICUIIONi, VA., October 1.-The r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 October 1870

I.acOaI. X*eamas. P'ublic Meeting. We are requested to state that Col. I. G. MKtissivi, the Union Reform candidate for Congress, and other speakers, will address the people of Winnsboro', on Saturday the 8th of October. It is hoped that there will be'a general turn out, New Advertiseneatu. Proclamation-R. K. Scott, Gover nor. To Commissioners of Elections-R. K. Scott, Governor. Land for Sale-John E. Martin. Masonic Meeting Thursday night. Mr. S. Wolfe, advertise. a large new Stock of Dry Goods just received for sale. He offers splendid bargains to cash buyers. Go and see him. Union Reforml oninations. At a meeting of the citizens favor ing the Union Reform movement held on Monday, 3 inst., in the Court House in Winnsboro, the following nominations were made: For the Legislature-Calvin Brice, Isano Miller, and Alfred Moore. For County Conniissioners-Henry L. Elliott, M. G. Dunlap and Jphn Martin. For Judge of Probate-W. M. Nelson School Commisioner-W, B. Poako. Coroner-Robt. Hawthorn...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 October 1870

A Touching Story The folloiving affecting nartative purports to have been given by a father to his son, as a waruiu deriiv ed from his own bitter experience of the sin of 'resikting a mother's tove nandIcounsel: What agony was ea my mother's face, when all she suffered and said failed to inovo we I She rose to go home, and I followed at a dis tantce. She spoke to me no more tIll she reached her own door. "I 6"ant go to school," said I, 8he Iooked UAtUtibed at my bold loess, but replied firmly : "Certainly you will Alfred I I com. mand you." "I will not P, said I ; yol oan't get 11 to go.,? "One of the two things you must do,--either to go to school this minute, or f will look you up in your room, and keep you there until you promise implicit obodieneo to my wishes in the future." "I dare you to do it," said I ; "you can't got TA up stairs." "Alfred, choose now, said my moth er, who laid her hand upon my arm. She trembled violently, and was dead. ty pale. "If you touch me, I will kic...

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