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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 October 1870

Desportes, Wlli~iu&_00., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literatur.Jrs-$.OprAnm nAvne VOL. YL]1 WINNSBORO,, S. C., WEDNESbAY MORNINGOTBR1,804N.1 TIllM FAIRFIELD HERALD IN PU111.18SND WEEKLY '1Y DESPORtTES. WILLIAMS & 00 f~rm.-Tua aRAL is published Week In the Town of Winnaboro, at 93.00 in. vareably in advance. A& All transient advertiseaents to be paid in ndvaneo. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. "Long Ago." It's a broken link in tie ohain of thought. It's a feeling with pain and pleasure wrought, And bitter experience, eagerly sought, This magical "long tigo," It'd filled with many a tale of love. And mourping-lhcarts, like a lonely dove And leatas ot prayer were wafted above, in the days of that '-long ago." A ehain and a ring of fret ed gol, Oiv,en ero the pulses or love were cold, Are trea'.ured still though we're grown old, Since tho magical "long ago." And thas we shall ever nore eares The days, till olas...

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. — 12 October 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Published Every Wednesdny at 1JNNSJW]ORO, AS. C, BY Desportes, Williams & Co. 1'ElR111S-IN AD VA NCN. T ne Copy one year, - - 3 8 05 ive -' 6 - - 1200 Ten " '' ", - 2500 Juidge Carpriller's Fpiech, Judge Carpenter thus closed his speech : "I never sought this noni nrtiou for Goveraor ; I wanted to do battle under tl.o bainr of some Caro liniai. Your people put it upon mue. I& is your fight. ; it will be your victo ry. If lost it %ill be your everlasting disgrace. If you say you cannot'vote for me because I was in the Federal army, thank God, I have no such feeling towards you. I yet have to to have the first quarrel with a Con federate soldier. When a muan offers his life for his honesty, I aim bound to believe he is honest. Your sol diers fought in a cause that they be lieved to be holy and just, and your State sent to its support as gallant mon as ever drew a sword or shoulder ed a nuiket. I honor such men, and it is their memories I wish to preserve f...

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. — 12 October 1870

Our proof-reader rediculously omitted, by mistake, the namtie of Isiac Miller, in publishing his card otij Saturday. It Aypears again lo-dav. Capt. Beaty. This pillant soldier diccrves a* full vote in the c.>mingo le6tiu r4fii svf.ry true South Carolinian in VXit fld. Ho has been nominated withbut his knowledge,.bu. do'ervos the. ;ofmlpli ment of a bearty endorsetnvtit, by the County. New Adverisemlien ts. Admniistrator's Sale -J. II. Catli. cart. County C.,mbiisioncrs Office-T. 8 Stewart, Clerk. County Auditors Ofice-J. S. Stewart, County Auditor. Notice-R. A. Ilerron, Deacon. . Nectar Whiaky-H. W., Do - portos. At Cost fortCas-B., F. Davidson & Co. , Land for Sal-T;-T. ladden. - Executor's, Sale-Wm. A. and Thos. HI. Milling, Premium List of - Agricultural So ciety-W. .: Aiken. 'Poetry-A. P. Miller. Homo AgainaF-. Elder." Lager Lager !-E. W. Ollever & Aution SAle. our, Dut1y. Nomm-itions by the Yonig ,Mel'. f Club of Winnsboro, on Salurday night 8th inst: FOR eAW11sLATUR...

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. — 12 October 1870

Anittit Ve Carpet Daggers! c flE' K YOUl BAGO.AC r, PLUNDEn1.as - AN) MOVE ON. The New , ork Journal of Com merve, oL'O of the most mo1derate of American papere, is really gleeful over the prospect of a cnrpot-bag Waterloo. It, thitnks North Carolina has the hornor of giving Carpet-Bag. gors the first grand warning of the wraith to Come, so far as their distinc tive political c-areer in the South is concerned, Hlere this . "The itidignation, if not the blond, of the Soith is now up, and the carpet bagger hereafter will have to move oi -with the 1anuiderling Jew. That annn must be a thorough going purti. san who is not glad to th ow a shovel ful of carth up.in the political coffin of the carpet-bagger. lie h as been the curse of the South during his brief loeust like existence thero. Ito took iothing there but his car pet-bag with its lial-er contents as oforetaid, hi. hate of the South and his unscrupulous ambition. Ilo had no interest in Southern industry or Southern de velopment. ...

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. — 19 October 1870

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.]. A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$8 04per Annum, In Advance VOL VI.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNINGOTBR 9 80.[O THE FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 rUniLRRED WEKi,Y BY I DESPORTES, WiLLIAMS & CO. Permns.-Tna 1INRnAr6 Is published Week& In the Town of Winnsboro, at 02.00 in. tbareably in advance. Mll- All transient advertisemenis to be' paid in advance. Obituary Notioos and Tributes $1.00 per Square. soithern Memories. A cotemporary very reasonably asks the questions, "Will it ever become burdensome or annoying to the people of the South to hear of the Southern Confederacy-its glories, its triumphs, its defeats '' The question lie more than once occurred to us, and we sometimes fear that, with a large las of our people the records of the grand struggle for Southern indepeudenoe have become wearisome. We are all, more or less, yielding to the ia6fluences which are operating to bury the me...

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. — 19 October 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Publimhed Every % ednesday at JV1NNSBORO, S. C., Br Desportes, Williams & Co, --0O~ - TER1MS-IN AD ANCE. noe Copy one year, - $ 8 06 ive .- . . 12 00 Ten " ' " - - 26 n0 The Reform mIovement. AN EMPHATIC LETTRIL FROM GENKRAL WADE HIAMP'TON. The following letter has been ad. dressed by General Wade Hampton to Ctlonel Charles H. Sinonton, of this city ; Co.uMnIA, Octobor 8. My DEaR 8I.-Some time since your letter asking my opinion as to the iterorm movement in the our State reached me, and whilst reasons both of a public and private character have iestrained me from taking an active part in the canvass which has grown out of this movement, I have never had the slightest hicoitation as to the courso I should pursue, nor reluctance in expressing to my friends what that course would be. Whatever differences of opinion may have ex. isted among the honest citizens of the State as to the best mode of redres. sing the grevrous evils under which they have labored for ...

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. — 19 October 1870

THE WAR IN EJff0PE' Latest Advices. LONDON, October I1 .-.The Chi' lege Govornuient declines the guar ante ' t er 9tr pos on all )e a4)hso buildlgg in ~ekin. A note fron the Prussian Govern ment informs the powers that Part threatens to hold out Itpil agryed Must die. P, ussia %ill be unable to feed Paris a single day after the capit Ulation, as there is nothing edible within two days iiarsh of Paris. Nevertheles:,, P.ausi iminst prosecuto the. war. hso hol'ing 1 ower in 1ianos are answOeable for the results. I' is s ated that lbs3maik replied to Lbrd Lyv'us,that while gad to make peace, no 1ruce proposition would be exitertained- for thle momenmt. Los DoN,--October ll.-M-rgpret Waters 1le notorious baby farmer, vas hung to day. She died protest i"gher.. inoepice. 'Ltii6ldi Advis'e the People of Nice and Savoy to di continue agita. tion at present. [t only embarrasses the French struggles against Prussia. TouRs, October I1 -Another body of Prussian pioneers artived. Gam bitta's ball...

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. — 19 October 1870

O~c~try. ___ (-From the Charlotte Observer.. Timle. 11 A. cRA V:, ?1. 1), o Time! hy viiee's ar ever roi lig Over all ini:rnkis d I hey've rolled, Never iaiy preference sIowing, Crushing all, botli young and old. 13CIaIty, t hon laisi rhowin Tiii sl tie Sti'eigi I, to, tauiast itet yi ; Blut t here is one t b ing we alry Thy handl to take a way. Col as Ii Iy brealbi, 0 Time I It ciilant withlier tlits, For like lie bright aail ruby wine, 'Ci sitrengthenied by thy kiss. 'Twill livo whn thou art dead and gone-. Its end you'll never see ; For thou'it but live until the morn in which this lives-ELtornity I Sprinkle then our hair with gray, All our muscles sever t Thou, old (imo, must fa<le away, But lovo, 'tis sure, will never. Americin Offilecrj ill 'ygpt. We pubish to-day in another part of the paper a very iteresting correspond ence from Ieygpt, from which it will I e seen a grat many American ofilciers havo tak(fn prominent positions in the ser vice of thu Viceroy. In fact they 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. — 26 October 1870

t" A' Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry ldtry and L0teratu0 VOL. V9WNND YONING, OCTOBER 26, 1870. [ NO D FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PtBin.ii IwFEKLY nY bisl'oTUES & WILLIAMtIv44 Termsi.--Tug Ili~AtLO iS pu1li.41he'l Weel in th Town of Witntsboro, at 93.00 it trah4q in advance. 0 j 'i All iransicut. adIvertise inis to t paid in advance. Obil uiry Notices atd Tributes $1.00 pc 9quaro. ROBERT EIDiIMUND LEE. WINNsitolaO MOURNS TilE nEAD HEnI< WHlO ilAS PASKD OVER TilE RIVEI 'I'tiillS nEI.ivERKD UPON tit OCCASiON--THE PRiAMB-LB AND.b1ES LUTIONS A DOPTIl. At a Memorial Mass Meeting hel( in Winnsborr - ' C., October I 1870, to give , pr 2per expression of th fcelings-of-tl' communiity, at, the : tion's gr'eat loss in the dtiath of'dh ROBEnT E. LsE. Amidst a profound aid bilence, Capt. S. It. Clowney aros and requested Gen. Juo. Bratton t met as Chairmnan. Goan. B., on takin, the chair requested Dr. C. II. Lad< to act as Secreta...

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. — 26 October 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Published E very Wednesday at WINNSBORO, . C., By DESPORTES & WILLIAMS. -0 TERMS-IN AD VANCE. ?!te Copy one year, - $ 8 00 i " " "4 - -d 12 61) Ten 16 Iff, 2600 Who They VOttd for. Under the State law the commis sioners of elections met on Tuesday to oanvats the vote, and they are allowed ten days in which to do the work. Utiil their count is published, the result of the elections cannot be known with certainty, although an nipproximato estimate Inay, in a few days be made. In this city all the indiantions are that over one thou sand majority has boon given for the lIoformo candidates. The result in the county, howcver, depends on the vote outside the city limits. The white vote was largely given to Bowen early in the day. This was mainly due to the faet that Mishaw, the Bowen candidate for the State Senate, having died on Tuesday night of country fever, Timothy Hurloy-Uowen's First Lietenant published a card anying thatho would vote for Edwin Bates, the Ref...

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. — 26 October 1870

Newr Adveritisenrents. If you want some nice, fresh Suf folk Oysters, call on Messrs. Ollever & Co. Notice-D Wyatt Aiken. Adiministrator's Notice-Jas. Bea. ty, Ad m'r. Groceries, Wines end Liquores-R. J. McCarloy. Fork over 1what U. O.-A. P. M.il ler. Forty Acr-eM anid a The only colored ma we know of in South C.Aroliua that has re ceived f4orly Aeres and a ufde, lives about three miles from Winnsboro. This land and mule was presented to hii by his old master, for his good conduct and honesty. His old master was a candidate for County Comnmis. sionor at the last election, on the Union Reform ticket, when lo ! and behold I the colored man to whom he had presented the latid and. mule, voted the Equare out-and-out Radiqal ticket against, him. Time Election. The following is the result of the electit n so far as we have been able to ascertain : WINNSnORO. Reformers, 325 ; Radicals, 570 ; Radical majority, 245. IDGEWAY. Reformers, 180 ; Radicals, 320 ; Radical majority, 40. DOICO. Re...

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. — 26 October 1870

[OrIginat.) di A Storm. The sunbeams are fading, tho noontide is tl nigh And thici elouds are a lading, the autumnal W sky ; The wild wita! is rushing, thro' glen and i thro' glade, hi And the tree tops In crushing, o'er the forest B are laid. The lightning is flashing, and kldlus the I oloud, 5 The rain-drops are splashing, eth moment more loud, The thunder unending, sams quaking the a eirth. sA And the clouds. in descending, to torrents h give birth, it The f orm god is raging, he moves all In wrath, h The eleinenats are waging, to bow in his 8 path ; Sublino is his anger when viewe-I by the 0 good, 'Tis the hand of our Father a type of the ti flood. a What feelings of awe, in the bnsom ar ise, q When we witness this war, of the qarth and b the skies, b And grateful each hour, to the ruler above, o We quail 'netith His power, while we trust In flil Love. FArNS. The Bewitched Clock. About half-past eleven o'clock on o Sunday night, a human log, enveloped in blue broadolot h, might ...

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. — 2 November 1870

V'0 Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art4Inquiry, Industry and Literature [Terms--$3.00 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. VI.] WINNSBORQ, S. C., WEDNE SDAY MOR2,1870. [ .0 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 UiIiLKD wKI;KLY BY DESPORTES & WILLIAMS, Tern.-Tuii: HlaALD is publisheol Week in the Town of Winnsboro, at $3.00 in wareably in advance. 4Z7 All transient advertiseanents to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. [Original.] The Star in the Cloud. BY FANNIN. This eve the sun in glory sank, In royalty ie bowed; But, left behind a gorgeous hank Of gold and crimson clouds. High in the east the moon arose, In regal beauty crowned, To grace the eone of evening's close, 'Mid zephers sweetest sound. But in this cloud of beauty raro Upon its airy throne, A g-lden star of jewt-la glare, Sat regnant all alone, No other star its graniduer shared, It reigned a sister giucon, Unto tie moon tha'. proudly peered, With smiling grac...

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. — 2 November 1870

I---"- - -_ - - : : r- - THE FAIRFIELD HERALD 'ublished Every Wednesday at WINNJS'BORO, S. C., DESPORTES &WILWIAMS. TERS-IN ADNV CE. Ono Copy one year, - 800 Fire " .4 66 . . 12 60 Ten " " " - 25 00 The Elclion on Wtimc.1duy. The most infainus fraud ever per petrated on a people was enacted in this County on Wednesday. The ini. quitous election act of the Rndical party, conceived for fraud, was carried out to the letter. The Kershaw and Ransior agreement was refused by the Commissioners and Managers. It will require the official count to give the result. At least 800 fraudulent nc gro votes were cast at the four pro ciucts in this village. One hundred fraudulent radical nero votes were polled at Clinton. More than 1,000 fraudalent votes woro polled by the radicals. On Tuesday night the negroes from all parts of the County massed in this placo. The radical Managers paid little regard to challenges. At least 200 boys under a go, froin sixteen and upwards, were all allowed to vote....

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. — 2 November 1870

0 i Tle official resul h 141.o tion thioughout the State has not yet been received. - New Advertileknents. V i~ortes. Citatiou-\V. M. Nelson. Recent.r j ggr ,Thepp -y son, .Woodwa - 4Lw 1 he; e .gen tiomen are constantly receiving large additions to their already very large stock of goods. Give themi a call. A desirable Reideneo for Sale, ap. ply to I.IN, Wit.1r1. V , The' ir-1f. I. 0% ier, ialirmani Notite, #. JQtboro.ugh Ao. Partioular Ntio-J. L. Ito ro roli &-Co. iPlantation-6ale-J s. L. Martin. Our1 Di0strict Fair-. ,Don't forget -tht:the ,fi:'st annual Fair of the District Agricultural and Mechanical Society, will be held in Winnsboroi 4ATi''t day AndFriday, the 3d apt'l of. o~dinicr,. nd be prepared to attend without fail. Everybody should attend, to see and to have a little fun. Will III EleCtioun be Context.. edi Colojel McKissi'ch as been beaten by 2,000 VoteS, (all illegal.) Is thid not good ground for contestirg the election ? Will not our Couty Chairmpq see'twthz nyt...

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. — 2 November 1870

Working of the Federitl Election IMlchine ry. Ini New York cit y tilt- Uitd Statt. atuthoritics onil iaaa placeduid arrest Athioniy larlima., at democratl juistice of the Ioirthi distric., oi th, charge of' obstrcting the cunreslyia electiont law. lIl was t ik eforu United States commisownr and bonm over. Judg Vuodrul of' the Unite( States Court, has appointed aliotil. tlr himdlred chllengiers to atelnd tie pol &c., in accordance with (lit act of Con greis. A N!%w York leittr says : If the policianUiI 14) do not moderat their tone now and electi.i dav, tihe, ill probably succeed it stirrint p i) very ugly feVelby , wi jch Irmy resv u iti riot and disorder. There seems to b a stroig prejIdico ngainst it he fedirn tinachiiiery, which Is i 1.he pit iii ioli for the first iime in a l it eite( iPn, a it will ho VerV iforuiite if 11hat prj.14 dico should bo ili eisified either by 0 appiiitmilnt of oiiif doub tfil it'orv character 4s iinspectorsl o l-ci iiuis, I by the intem perate.ppe...

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. — 9 November 1870

Desportes & Wilhams, PropnetorsJ] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Ters---$3.00 er Annum In Advance VOL. VI.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9,1870. [NO.21 T 11 PC FAIRFIELD HERALD 1m rutt.tSHi) WFKKIY BY DESIPORTES &-WILLIAMS, Terms.-TtE IIKRAID is publhed Week in the Town of Winnsboro, ii 931,00 in *areably in advance. *j- All transieut, advortisenents to bi paid in advantce. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 pe square. Potry. The Sword of Lee. BY Kxv. A. J nYAN. Forth from Its sabbiard. pure And bright, Flashed the sword of Lee Far In the front of the deadly fight. liigh o'er the brave in the catuse of right, its stainless sheete, like a beacon light, Led us to victory. Out of its scabbard, where full long It slumbered peacefully 11oused from its rvst by he batf tle song, . laielditng the feeble, smiting the strong, Guarding tle right, ivengirg the wrong Gleamed the sword of Lee I Forth from its seab:trdl, hlth i...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 November 1870

THE FAIlFIELD HERALD Pi'irhil lverY weilnestiy at itY DESPORTES & WILLIAMS. --0 SERMS-IN A D VA NCI. (tie Copy Oise year, - - 3 a 00 Five . 4 - - 1250 Ten " " " - - 25 00 The Sulrrender or $l0lZ. A governincit council was hold -at Tours on the night of October 30, which lasted unt il a lato hour. Tire foliowing prochaimtion was issued the following morning F.RNCII REPutinic - .RTY, EQUALI TY, yHA'rFitINITY -- 'IIOUI.AbATION TO 'IrE FNe H PKorPL. Fr .NCILN : Rie yt-ur spirits and resoation to the lear-ful height of petils which have broken upon our eountry. It at i dopends on us to mtount above misfortuno and show the world how gi cat i people may be who are resolvcd not to perish, and where couragO increases in the midbt of ca laimiity. Metz' has c-pitilated. A General upon whom France counted, even after Meux"'o, ham just taken away (vient Wen/crer) from the country iii its danger miore than one hundred tho usand f its defenders. Marshal B.z.ine bas betinmyed u.,! lie has nira4...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 November 1870

Letter Ieadu. aud Envelopes, print ed at this office. Cards and(Gikulars neatly eieod. od at this offic, Posters and every other kind of Job' Worl, done at this office. No excuse .togo to Now.York. Now Advertisesefnto. Land for Sal -f. A. Gaillard. Just Rteelved-D, R. Flenniken. A lot of Nice Thin:gs at A. P. Mil ler's. All lovers of good thigs can find t hon at A . P. Mi llers. TO Reit- P. iiknls. We Ilrear from a gentleman from Ch;i lestoi thatt Mr. J G. BosI.", Of R:dye way, caewi i n of gettlifg (lie bay horsc at the grandI Tourna ment t:hat took place during Fair week in that eity. We are pf-ed to 1e-1 rn that each day during the F.tir, no exra train If oars will leave in the morning, and return froni Columbia in the evening ; obly-ona fare beinglcharged. Tick-ts are good intil Sunla y, 2th. Large M est atAes. We return our sincere thanks to Mr. Adfii rerfi a''mfss 'or two of very file Swdet Pot.,toes-the large'st w7e have s(e ihis senAon ; sonAe of thein mensurin., fiftet.u 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. — 9 November 1870

' lit'c t (c Ik l h III( Hoses. My sw et l..dy fell tis!vep Uponl a b'.n11 oI Ib-wels, Where tho i.sionle s tder, keep ,Their swots withmin ning shwcia. IThehoIIney -br e comes the e .,Ind 'Sip-, And oft. thisdoubt prol osos Aro thle roses there her Or are her lips the roses I" Rerige for liappIness. Just wealth onough to keep away Of want, the direful scone ; Just lalth enough to gild the day, And make life's course serece; Virtue enough to net that part W hich is devoid1 of sin i Courlge caonuih to ask tho heart "CA rt. th[oll -1 enre Within II" 'The 3uitrdcrof Col. Ams. The followimg accoiunt. of the murder of C Cle-i C. 'T A.\e is takenl from the Maoni Ti:leh-grapah & MesJseinger of ye's' erd~y: From Coloml u -pes lni Agent, (of Cohmel C.T. Amtos' enens; a: d metingerie, ild abo from Mr. Ne,-l I Munroe, door lk'eeper to Oh. side show, We get. theo palientlari Ofl a Im fouPl and0 midieIrousi (ra y eI I .'orr'i. d .i Uaw. Vol; (oi W edIesd!,vy I I'lon la , alter Ilhe performia...

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