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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 21 June 1871

t+ Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Panilly Pape, bevoted to Science, Art, InqUiry, hidustry and Literature. [Tertns- $8O0 per Annum,I1Adyancb. VOL. VII.] WINNSBOR, 8. C., WEDNESDAY MORNIld, JUNE 21, 1871. [NO. 1 i I FAIRFIELD HERALD IS rUn bi.4t V) W KKK1.Y nY DESPIODR'I'ES & VILLI Al:,S; Term .--Tn ii lrtn.i) Is pibtlisied Week: in tihe Town or Vininsbor, at 3.00 ia careab~ly in 111Innce. i "jy- All transient alvertiseinetia to b< id ilk Itilvancee. Obituary Notites and Tributes $1.00 pei sqatre. Popping the Ques'bion- How This Cheerful Work is Done inl Novels. From an article in ti e London Saturday Review oin this obsorbing qst ucion we ioto as to different muethods : T*HPE PLE..A OF i.ON\ ACQUAINTNCE. 0" .ll tie pleas, we think that of long acquaintance , is the imiost d ise courged by fiction, from Duo.bidikeq downard. When Jeanie Deieas ih obliged to be exjlicit with her ex:ri ordinary lover, "1I like another non better than you, and I canna mariry ye"ll his S...

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. — 21 June 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HtRALO Published Every Wednesday at, W ANNvl~SE OWo, a c, D3ESl'OtTMS & 1W IIkAMS. . TE R i&S-I A b A NcE. One Copy one y'ear, - - $ 3 00 Five "6 *. 1260 Ton " " 4 - 2800 1. Stalley Interniews Robert Toombs. It. is not a principle for which 'Nombs aM'd siucl men contend, but simply an iden as preposteronin As it is datigeroits, InId tOil sooner Li thiniking peopleuiil the Hont.h frown down all these foulishI at tempts ofI few dissatisifid 1i10 to fo mnwit diiscord and cthA bitttbr ieelinge, the sonier peane and )rospetlty will come o tns. I Iere iW what Toombs says oIn this poilit : 'In i few mmutes General Toombs came in and so(Pon conmennced to talk poltt ics. I t-old him that he was inder. stood to repres.ent. tle most ultra wiig of the Democratic party m Georgia, an11 that I wns de-iMoas of learning his viiws tipon polit ieral questions. "Yes," he said, "I am oin of tile red-hot kind." "Walint do yon think of the new depar titre of the Northern Deimocracy, ...

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. — 21 June 1871

j7"~ We call the attention of planters and persons desiring choice white corn, to call and look at a lot our friend D. R. Flenniken has just received direct from the West. It is as fino a lot as we have seen in this market. Mr. L. M. Bolick has placed on our table everal roasting ears tfie first "e have seen this season, and are the largest cars of stgur corn v' have ever setu. Mr. Bolick has our thanjks. To live and oie happy, take youI county papor, Raid pay fur it. South Curolina has sent 7,048 col' ored persons to Loui-iana. "Dis. tnaace lenids enchatment to the view.'' New AdIverttiseecostis. Sheriff 8.ile-L. V. Duvall, Sher iff Fairfield County. Notice - Ketchin & Robertson. Dentistry-Dr. Chupein. Proposails-Bicot & Co. Fruit Jars-F. IElder. DelitquentTax Libt-J. S. Stew art. County Auditor. Wool ! Wool ! !-Blakely & Gibbes, Columbia, S. C. Not ice to Ta x Payers-J. S. Stew art, County Auditor. 0) The-.tiucl e&.; on Monday the Rescue Fire Eugine Company of Rale...

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. — 21 June 1871

.& o; W.i'N ill 11 Eu ltint ryv. W 0i 1m0 Of out' young girls, liv mg iub I i mihs ouit inl thle c otry, r :a 1. 1 I:f llowin , an " id I e P' W hrt theru is not so no truth in it Oo1 y-11 n11-t at times con"trant I n i inin ll c a !it fe at yo.ur own la ia iYou feel withii 'you nuch a lie i1 i l'ty f 1 pl'- ..ciaI ?in' the I i I ri-S of life, aIll You wmlder I t Wse:. An .u10h 1appa"renItly b~ar reni place.,. All thi4 to one who is till young, 04.l bi.. iA ceast ( 4x per lig great thing- in the frurlile, is nat tru m01;Ah. It is ca.ier to dream life ht ixlcen thtan twenty, and- far mnore ilec, even thn at thiity. Na Po. e'.e X p)ressionlor '-imag inat ion ruis Me woId," i troe oenougih lu a cer t in ti 'e ; lit, il the sense tlii t we Au : nOw6 taking i1, th li, way is far. merabsolute over the yokug- thaln it i s ter they begin itlook fOr tare mln;; the Weat , and alloy (i the gAl, Phit lt nm comp ire smne of their ioys4'. ltal h h 4. iS ing s w ith th ose t 11h t aU rece i l ...

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 June 1871

Desportes & Williams, Proprift1% A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$300 per Annum In Advance. VOL. VII.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNIN TH1E FAIRFIELD HERALD Is FUBI.StII) WEIKI.T BT DESPORTES A WILLIAMS, Terms.-Tne I1rnALD s published Weeks in the Town of Winnsbo'o, at 93.00 hn. uardably in advanrce. $W All transieat advertisements to be id in advanee. Obituary N'I'es and Tributes $1.00 per square. (Correspondence of the N Y. Tribune.J 1W ol kirs Vit'h Xlex 11. Stephens. CRAwFUNDVILLE, GA., June 4. This a straggling, shabby, dirty South. ern town,of perhaps 400 or 500 inhabi tants. TIhe streets are without aide walks, aid 'pedestrians take the choice between whikin'g ii the mud or in the dust of t'b roadwayb or among the rank wereds that lill the broad spaces between t'ho wheel-tracko and the fenoes. Tho dboayed frame houses were fkinte'd bo long ago that they now bbOw no traces of paint. This is 'the county town of the coun...

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 June 1871

THE FAIlFIELD HERALD 'uhlished Every Wednesday at WINNSYABORO, . . BY DIuSPOuRTES & WIIAj .Ms. T7171R-1S- IN A I) VA NCR. One Copy one year, - - $ :1 00 i ie " "4 Si - - - '-50 e " -- - 250 The Prach lorer- A 'emely. Mr. Fulton, author of a wmk on Vtauoh culure, in his chapter on in B:ets, truly says: The Borer (XEgeria exitiosa), is the nost -courmo, as it is the most t.roublesome enemy1 v of the peal. . * * "But it mut be debtroyed at all events, There must be tio tiuce, no mercy, if' you wish to save your trees. If you leave even one, it will probably be the death of your tree ; for it will cut, and eat away, until it will destroy it, The greate t Cero should be taken to remove all. Sometimes (1uite a number will be found in on1 tr(o. Five and six are not. at all unfrequent, and even more will sometines be found."' Then ful lows a dzeeription of the methods of destroying the borer. The liist i.d second 3eaisi -ifter planting my otch. ard, the borers were quiie trouble. sOIe, ...

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. — 28 June 1871

In consequence of a National holi day, and to give our boys a day or two recreation, there will be no HIa ALD issued from this office on Wed. doy next. f',d li ur read era will beab#kj 4 1;a 1d grant Without a m urmut the loss of one is. silo oftbe HRALD. 'Tisn't often that w have a day or two of pleasure. New Adverlisemeeats. Masonic Meeting on the 29th inst.. Fresh Arrivals-Dr. J. 0. Mobley. Crovkery, Caibbago Seed, Tar, Yel. low Ochre, &o.-Melutyre & Co. lasd A. P. Miller's adveltisement in another solunn, Dancing-A. Berger. Hams-I. J. McCarley. Crunbm. Yesterday,'the 21st of June, was the l..nge.t day of the year. Rev. A. Stuart, rector of the Epis copal Church at Chester, while on his way to Union on Saturday last, met with a painful accident, by which he sprained his right wrist and ankle. Dr. Bookhart of -Doko shipped the first peaches of the season fiom this County last week. Captain John C. Calhoun, a grand. son of the famoui South (Carulinian, says an exchange, liv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 28 June 1871

t'nreless Shooting on the Frontier. A letter from &4 eX-post 0'.ap1.1in to- ihe New ,York Tiibune, dated Footeville, Wis., June 5, says. On the uarch of our, rebi ment from Sioux Clv, lowo, to Fort Sully, D. T., we wer e overtuken hy -a young faonticvma1, w'hoe rarents live in the tiorthern pait of the Territory. ile hud been with Gen. Sible3's ex pedition, bad been recently discharg ed, and was now on his wiay hoje, With us he could have company and rations. He had his horse, rifle, and opuxalry accoutrements with him. Aher we had gone into camp one evening, and supper was over, the boysgathered in groups, as uasual, to enjoy a chat. In the group around our frontiersman a discussion arobe on the respective powcr and accuracy of their pieces. This young man praised his piece above all others for lhng range and accuracy. Just then one of our men saw what he thought was a Buffalo, or deer, crossing a bute, about a inile off, and obailenged him.to shoot at that, But lie said it was...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 July 1871

Desportes & Williams, Prodterw] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and LiteraW1. [Terms---$3.00 per Antara, in Adance. VOL. VII.] WINNSBORO, S. CG, WEDtSDAY MOIRNING JULY 12,1871. [O4 FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 i 11 B1, M1 I ) NYEVA L Y Or~ DESP'Ot'l'ES & W ILLIAMS, T'rimne.-Tnir HE RALD is publIihed Weeks in the Town o' Wiinnsboro, at 63.00 in. VareayI i, advanet. hiry- Al Irisient advertisements to bo id in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. Fortune1o Telling. -: 0 : 'A sil ver penny, pretty, to cross m y palm and I'll read your fortune past, present and future.' Kitty Eldon could not repress a little hys teric.Al scream as the tall, ungainly figure of the swarthy gipsy suddenly darkened the cottage door with a shadow that fell like a blight. The liquid gold of sunset was melt ing into the warm purple that be. longs to tropical climes, the linden trees were lottly swaying in the eve ning breeze, and the evening star rode high above th...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 July 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Publishtive Pvery weilniewhly lit. W1INNSB1,3oReo, 0. c, DEsiOiRTEs & WILLIAMS. --_0 'I'MMS-IN A )VANC'. nr.Cripy owe year, .. - $ 1 00 Five " " " - - - 12 50t Tei " "1 " - 251) A Ma 'Who Conl Set the Pacific Ocean -on Flire---Iow ItN Was ilurdere(l, and .Jow his Taking Off Was Made Necca SAry, Some time ago a man named Gre. gory Sunainerfield was murdered by b'eing pushed from the platforim of a car on the Union Pacilie Railroad at Ciapo Ihorn, and falling down a thous and feet on the rocks below. Sum mcifield was a man of extraordiiiry literary iad scientific attaiments, Tand was always known before his death as "the man with a secret." The only peason on the platform with him where he was thrust down the precipice was Leonidas Parker, a Sacramento lawyer of talent and ex. cellent reputation. lie was twice tried for murder and cacti time mys teriously acuiitted. Recently lie died, but left behind him an expla nation of the wholti transaction. A short time ...

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 July 1871

Sunday last was considered the hottest day that we have had this summer. Late in the evening we lid a magnificent rain, greatly re freshing mnan,beast and vegetation. Storun. We have been informed that there was quite a heavy wind, rain and b oil storm Sunday evening in the vijinity of Feasterville, doing con sioderablo datmaige to tho growing crops. lXrtunatt I) it was not very wide. Admlitted-i.-(. The Columbia /%wni~c says, thet Colonel J. 1'. Thomnas, upon his own letilion, was exam in d in open Cour t by t coittinittee appoinited for that purpose, an( duly admitted to prac tico in tihe ( ircult amid Prubate Courts of this State. New Ad'CiINIlen. Summons for Partition of Real Es tato-McCcunts & Douglass. Last Chance-B. F. DIavidsun & Co. Cour1.t. The July Term of the Court of General Scssions for Fairfield was convened y(sterday, His llonor Judge Rutland presiding. The docket was culled and the cases continued to tlle next, Court, owing to the iljg il draw ing of jurors....

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 July 1871

To a Bird. Sweeter thou than all the poets That have tu.g ! Mellow are the lyaicd ringing From) thy tongue ! Wondrous warblur. robed in feathers Jet and Gold ! IPrecious gtews, the tiniest ca kets Surely hold. Vainly may earth's boasted artists Hiope or sigh, F'or to deck their loveliest pictures With such d3e ! Who of mortal asters .ever Wro'nght such things ? Mado a golden song, and gave .it Flabhing wings ? Think we, as we bear thy singing, All day long, Odny Go.d the Irtist, painteAt, Such a song I I will weave a little romance For thee, bird. Frou the walls of fairy legends I have heard. 'Once a Peri, doomed to penance For a wrong, Sought forgiveness of her monarch In a song Wrought a strain of wildest mueio Rare and sweet, Laid it low amid the violots At her feet. There beneath a not of dew-drops, On the ground, Sang the music like a spirit Jewel-bound. Through the world the Per! wandered From her lay. Found a sad, lone bird, enchanted By a Fay, Bhe brought her song and sang i...

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 July 1871

Desportes & Williams, Proprietoe] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$3O0 per Annum In Advance. VOL. VII.] WINNSBORO, S. C6, WDNESDAY JULY 19,187L [NO. 5 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD I8 P't 1in(11,18.1 WP1 XKKiY BY DESP'ORTES & WILLIAMS, Terms.-Tn i Ii t~..A is publiXheel Wceks in the Town of Winnsboro, at $3.00 in vareably in advance. ' WAi All transient adivertisemnls to be id in atdvance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per squatre. K Klix, Yo Scare'm So. AIt- ''SHOO FLY.'t The bottom rail isnow on top The nigger. madly prance ; Tho'committee tip to-WasIt higtou Play for them to (snce 1 To n1a'ginify the Ku Klux deeds, They'd drain the ocean dry ! Make converts of our honest men 1-0 how is that for high I Chorus Ku Klux in every place, Ki Klux on ever tree Ki Illux, our glat ly luce Seems to frighten IT. S. G. Domingo now is all the rage The Ku Klux bill is passed Ben Hutler's smile is silvery sweet ! Iis play is made at liat 1...

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 July 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD P'ublibed Every Wednesday at WINNS)ORO, S. C. or OESPORTES & WILLEAMS. T- -------- TERMS-IN ADVANCE OAe Copy one year, - - $ g 00 Five " of 4 - 1260 Ten " - - 2600 John Quincy Adams. A'NOTIIR LETTER To A SOUTiiRNin MK URO0KS THAT SOUTHERN SKLF-CON' TROL 18 A PRIME HixQUISITE. Some short time since Mr. J. T, Trezovant, editor of the Augusta (Arkansas) Bulletin, wroto a letter tb Hun. John Quincy Adams, of Mas Vachusette, upon polit Ical matto0s ex. pressing, among other things, tho apprehension that, as he puts It, "with Grant's vast patronage, niost unscrupulously used, he would not yield the Presidential chair, oven if defeated before the peoplo in 1872 ; and that our Republio like its predeeossors of old, Is so rapidly drifting Into th channeli 'of corruption, that the people, in des pair, may look at one military leader as the only means of saving them from the utter ruin threated by an other," This wns the general scope of the letter, to which the follow...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 July 1871

Nvew Advertisemngts7 Just Reoelved-D: k. Steniken. Radway's Ready Relief. K7- Mr. D. R. Flenuiken has a small lot of New Flour on consign ment. Call early Cicap GoodS4 By reference to our advertising columns it will be seen that Messrs. Woodward & Law are selling their entire ;tok out at cost. We know this to be a faet. Give then a call. FPor te Munta I ns. A party of yoig g.-tlmen from our towln h-fr. Y .sterdIty a ternti-n on ;n ex.. curii to th he mum-ain<t. T.,-y pr-o pose to enj Iy for a fnv wet.ks the brac ing airs of that rion,, ailn mtke a jdiliolls t-st of the healtiful proper ties >f tlie am.-d "mountain dew"-in which ratiotial intentin onr local is :tn earnest svmrtpai z<-r. The bracing airs they are sure to fi nd.--.sl we doiubt 113t, that iii 'omne "reured cove,'' i.nex jlored by Utcle Samuel's "sIill-raid ers.'I Ihey will ) abb. to pl-dge each 'other int th m gmuine nectar. We hopot to hiave an authotie report on thits vx ed qiuenon from the medical puivey...

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 July 1871

The test of a good gardener is to be foand in how he thins his fruit. Your shoddy follow takes nil nature will give him ; ho buys the largest trees ho can find, because they will bear "right away,'" and he expects mot merely a specimen or so of a kind, but pecks if not bushels fromu newly. planted trees. But as he becomes among the refned and edeated in the pursuit, be gradually learns that nature loves best the patient waiter. Ile learns that good luscious fruit fruit truly enjoyable-only comes from healthy vigor, and that this never follows a tree which bears too much. Even good gardeners often may that if a tree is healthy, it may be permitted to bear all it will t but that kind of tree is very rarely seen. Certainly half the trees which bear. ruit every year would be bene. 1ittedOby having half the fruit taken off 86 soon as it is welt bet ; that i, after they commenee to swell a little. The grape vine especially suffers from over bearing two or three bunches usually come out fr...

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 July 1871

* - Alg-V Desportes & Williams, Proprietoru.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$3 00 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. VII.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 26, 1871. [NO. 6 TIE FAIRFIELD HERALD s re0seasee1D WI EKl.y PV DESPOJJRTES & WILLIAMS, Terns. --TerD: l1 VRALD . Pisliihel Week in the Town of Winsboro, at 63.00 ins wareab isn leance. ~_ Sf- All transsietL a'lverhisements to b Id it ailvano. Obit uary Notioces and Tributes $1.00 p s qu-i re. The Biide's Soflioquy. nrv zonteet.. 'TIs night.. c'lehl ilinng, starlit night, (it Citrolin-i's floral ito -'rs. Ieev'cn's nirid lanmps 'lispense their :ight And swift'ly sliced lie golden hours. Oh ! lovely night, in Snithbern climle, Was ever beutoy like to lhii e? Thy orhs clip4e cite gen- of' time. Thy stars outshino Golconda's miine. In pensive itood sils ls bright, With golden hair an-l eyes of blie, Her dress or pure vattid spoile P white, A pictire itir Aer man to view...

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 July 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Pi4i'h.-Ai Mvery Wednesday at WJ~INA.SBOR (), .. (. BY iESi urES & WILLIAMS. - o TERM1S-IN AD VANCE. O , on year, - $ 3 OC Pa s 6 .ts 126( Te ' " " . - 250C Thle Old Fashiouned Mother, iVo-would like to grasp the hand of th.o author of the following lines - a beautiful gem, spa. kling with home. ly eloquence-as tender and touching us they are rare. - Thank God I some of us havo an ord-faslhioned mother. Not a woman of the per iod, enameled anid painted, with her great chignon, her curls und butle; who.o white jeweled hands hdver have felt tbq clasp of baby fin. gers ; but a dear, old-fashioned, t*eet-votoed mother, with eyes in whose clear depths the love light shone, and brown hair, threaded wi i silver, lying smooth upon her faded check. Those dear hands, worn with toil, gently guided our totteaing steps in childhood, und Fmoothed our pil low in sickne's ; oven reaching out to 1n in yearning tenidei ness, when her rweet tpirit wias baptimod in the pearly s...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 July 1871

Base Ball. The Nowlan Rise Bill Club of the garrison at this place are prepared to receiye challenges from any Base Ball Club in the State. Challenges will be received byP. D. Ga-hat, of Troop L, '7th U. S. Cavalry. New Advertiseeents. Jubt Received-Call on D. R Flet-niken for Now flour, 50 sacks just In. No.ico- Ruff, Cloud & Bro. Just Received-1),. Mobley. Turnip Set d-MoMaster & Brice bit. Zion Soiety -.G. 1I. McMaster, Egs - Mcl.tyre & Co. t F.f' y eigi.t ceathe in Ubarhleston for the woek endiog the 8th instant, of whicb eighte.en were whites. Accldeital Shootfing. Qite ar unfurtunate bhooting af fair occurred rit the rcside.ee of Mi. Suliuel Cathecart, five miles above this pl..c on Sunday la.. It se thn that 1iss Magzie Shaw was cleaning up her aunt's (Mrs. Catlicart'1,) cham ber in lit-r absunce, asibted by a nc. gro giil, an;d Li doing so, they came st -s a laded pistol. M is Steaw took tp thte pisaol and d.cw othe haunser bauk, la atteni.pting to let it down 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. — 26 July 1871

Theateirj Litugh. I 1..ve to hear a moi-ry laugh, O1 ri ioih wi.d and freo. Al flip. 4,tpusju of the wiUds Adrs I he sunny sea. The ierry laugh gos hand in baud With halpiatis and mairili ; And at its a.lvery-toned command Joy ces.les round each hearth. 'I'he merry laugh bespeaks a heart,. Wt%- boble f#eliesW'War t4 One that will bravely do its part In sunshiuo or in btorul. The music of a merry laugh Sets aged hearts aglow 'The smiles gleam o'er the wriukled brow Like sunset on the snow. 'Tben lot the merry laugh ring out ' tpon the baliny air, And let its gladhess put ta roUt The bold intruder--Care. Cowa for the Dairy. 'the American Stodk Journal h..s an'article in which the inerits of the diferont breeds of cattle, for the dairy and other purposes, ale counidered. It regards the 8hort-Horns as gecat eaters, but says that on supeilor land and with a sjetem of high farming, they are . proferable, because when they run to milk they give an im meuse quantity of it, and the rapidity ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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