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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 2 August 1871

psIt 4~ TV w r. V' rw F',W 'w ***w-- opmfl 'r!1~#~ T1 W :. Vt. a. u v*i)WNSOOS.CWEDNESDAY MQRNING U JT2,81 N. TH E rAIRFIELD HERALD 1 PUt.ISHID WZKLY PT DES1ORT!es & 'WZLIAM, Terms.-Tws isaaLALD Is published Weeks Is the Town pft Vinnsbere, at 03.00 en eare4bly in advance. W All transient advertilements to'be id in advance. Obituary Notiees -and Tributes $1.00 per square. True Friendship. ST FANNIN. Bright as the beautiful starlight of Ieaven, Awe the pure links of friendship In kind. ness tiuriven, They are woven by angels a garland so fair, A cha;ilet unfading for pure hearts to wear, 'Tie wreathed in its beauty by seraphs atone. When two hearts together by magic are thrown, When interests united in friendship exist. There's a charm-in their union that none can resist. Friendship firct blooms In the warm heart of youth, Where i glows In its purity, brightness and truth, And when age with his granduer shall fur ro* the brow, Frendship is bright as the first uttered vow. E'en th...

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 August 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD l'nbished Every Wednesday at W L7V NSBG R O, S. C., by 1EI's1ORT'INES & WILLIAMS. TE'RNS-IN AD VA NCR. O rf"#Npfn year 5 8 00 Fiyo . -. " - 12560 Ten " , t -25 00 The Cro )s. ind Jourual tins this to say of the crops: Owing to an C tWifibdpjsevere 'Aroiglit tie crops have' bsfpii mIatpria6l,ly :,Oltected. In sowo; portions of the gotukyl there. has not been a raitiin sik Weeks. ' Corn has dt.iad' up in soinoplaes, -to -the tassel aniltto foddor is of course ruined, or nearly so. Shoold the , drought oot. tiieo long,otton- will begino -shed, amd esc nsequently the yleid hit4-ially reduced. From every quarter conies the universal cry for rain, and dying vegitat ion, eloquently, though mutely, makes its lappeals aliso.' -The Udion Times has the following regarding the crops ii Union courity Corn is suiffering badly. In niny places it Is almost-beyond the hope of tmking more than half crop. (Jottoni iA also beginning to Show disastrous effects of the drought. Th...

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 August 1871

Ni~rXW~ienment.77'VJ Agricultural Meeting--W. E. Ai ken, See. Dancing School--Mons. Berger. Census of Fairield. Below we give *Etotal census of this County as given us by Mr. B. F. Davidson: % hite mafes, 0,850 White females, 3,008 B311 oH bma?* Black females, 714 Total, 14,035 Total black and white, 19,994 Voter.', 8,771 Cotton States NWP. Mr. Wm. H1. Tutt, President of the Cotton States Mochanica' and Agri cultural F-sir Association of Augusta, has kindly sent us a premium list of the on* epdgr oiettprpl pir wlie will ' ejl1 at'u t ber 31st and foq five days. .We copy the ful owing extract from 'dur Xbiiion aIs 1 wi be on a much m tY-hteffi' oIe-1th'n that601870. We are prepared'with' th 4Nst arranged and1fi h% lfeautifui Fa1 grounds in the"MiflltMto ofrer, visitors and exhibitors all possible in ducenen a for instruction and dis. play. Our object is to esttablish our Association as a Cokton States insti tution-not coufined-to-any section in its aims-and for this purpose we are su...

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 August 1871

Tre is a 1111c, which on iy lii s, 'I Iihoih s.ldom breathed, f'orever d wt hs fike hidden. music rocked to scep \\' iiin the ocean's painted shells. There is a bright but pensive eye, W ilch ever on my pathway shines, A.' day and r-ight and gentle stars uo p n4 light the darke st A voi'ee whose tender accent Founds A s if it were Cbe boul which spikoe And of that voice, the lightest to[ e Doth in my heart wild echoes wake. And tils is love, the only one Of Eden's torn and trampled flow er.,, Which sheltered by some angel's i to 1lesh eartl o? odir A Ghost-Raiser. MNy Uncle Beagley, who commnec oI his commercial career very cat ly inl the present century as a begman, #1II' tell stories. A mong them, he tells his Single Ghost Story so often, that I am heartily tired of it. li relf-difence, therefore I publish the tale in order that when the next. good kind ol4gontivin .offorl.1p bore us with iP"t,-'efeffd,.may' sky they knowit.." I reiu'emberevery wordof "One fiue autumn eveniog abou...

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 August 1871

.. ........ Desportes & Williams, Proietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and LiteraturAdvance. VOL. ViI.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9 [NO.8 Tlllll' FAIRIELD HERALD Is 'U tBLfSilCD W VEK .Y IT DES5,POIL'RES & WILLI AmIs, Tern.-Trna llaInA t is publiShel1 Wents in the rowu or vinsioro, at 6300) in WareablY in adoeince. N~j All transient adverlisements to be id in advaice. Obizuary Nlotios and Tributes $1.00 per square. The Broken Lily. 11Y AIn0V. Oh! dear inni -, my lily fair is blooming, L.ike crownied queen : We saw it as tglether. we were ronming. on the green ; Coie with usi in the twiliitht gentle gleai Ing. ('nl11 nd erenie; For e'er the dowin Aeolius may be storming in vengeful .leen. Oh! ee nma how sweet And bright 'Ni, growing , On it green stalk How soft the playful zephyrs 'roun-i ii blowing As thus we talk "Tis like my sister, with her white robeF flowing. hpon the walk HIer eyes wili heavenly radiance glowing, Mour...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 August 1871

iHE FAIRFIELD -HERALD l'ihlishedt Ivery Weiiles~lay at Wir vAV~s}]()fi), IS. (f'., UY D)ESPO TES &0 WILLIA S. --0 4sqMM--hY. AD VANCE. On'e Copy on1e year, $ 3 00 I a S5 00 '1As remst I Misicai ini1'eiItio0I il A W th lidither Stringss 1lor liCeds. .-Oq,"r4AQ latest and most suoces.1-.. ful illvenltions (of tle day is a pianio 'forte withouti-tiHngs or 'rebds. The :patent bears the dite of July, 1-71, linid the..patentecs are Cineiunattian, -Mssra. Aikons aud 'Dreevvr, the foripor a dealer in piano-, and 'the latter tint ingenious German M us ician and artisan. This invention has beenl in progres.i of development for many m1ointiht. but only with in a few (a3s has a 'p-ifect instrumcit been comple. teikand tested satittctorily. .1ho action of the now instrument is the sainj as in other pianos ; it has. the usual numuber of octaves and pod..! als. The tone can be -vuried froml soft to loud, aind 4,; far superior -in richness and depth, and is as clear 'and sweet as cani b) inil g...

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 August 1871

hetops'aaid w ende. The drought in this section, we aro assured fiotu all qutrgers, h asew riJsly $itfed lie '-irops,, ottpu bolls are Itheddin'g fre'el'y, and in pine. es where there wore seemingly better prospects for a good yield, as much as sixtoe bolls have been picked up, having dropped from ohe''stalk. On Saturday evening a Yfreshing A 'wer visited our vicinty, and ISatur day night we had more rain, but not suflicienit to thoroughly moihtei the ground, and if we do not have more, every trace of it will disappear in a day or two. It is seriously thought, that the cotton crop, under no circum. - stances, c'n exceed the half of an average. Itatlae Snakisa. Mr. Washington Mason, of this 'County, while olcaning up somec bot. tom land a few days ago, killed 191 mocasin in two days with ten hands. This is the biggest snake killing that has ever occurred in this County. Death of W. B. Carlisle, Esq. From the Columbia Phoonix of Saturday last, we clip the following 'paragraph in regar...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 August 1871

Enoch Arden in Missourt. bi assertion that 'truth is stran. ger than tietion"' is certainly illu - tratod in the foiling i-ketch, and we ore iidebte'd to .1. 0. RBan, the clerk of the steamer St. Luke, for the prin cipal items : Doiing the first yesr of the war, J. M. W rsdrup - left his pleasant home in Ce'ntral Missouri and should ered his musket to fight for what he considered right, and to spill his blood, if nece.,ary, in defence of the Confederate cauSe. At home he left a young wife and one child, and from that time till last Sunday they never board from him. Mr. Waldrip pass. ed through the struggle safely, and was paroled in St. Louis in 1865. So soon ao he could earn money enough he started to find his wife and child. lie visited his old borne, and called on his ndlghbors. But his search was unsuccessful. The only information lie received was that his wife had taken the child and gone to live with some relatives in Calla way County. Visiting Calloway County, he obtained wor...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 16 August 1871

*+ Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. Terms---$3 00 per Annun, In Advance. p-OL.. . 10] INNSBORO S. C., "WEDNEDA M- N' VOL. VII.] WINNSB3ORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUGST 16, 1871. [NO. 9 191 Ile FAIRFIELD HERALD is runt.isutni) wEi.y itY DPOIRTo rs & wVIILIA~mS, Termn.-rne lIIRA.0 is publishe1. Weeks ii the Tow or Wiinnsboro, at $3.00 in enreaMy in idvanct. MW All transient advertisements to be id in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. ftovclnlolt A0g01Ilust haw yars. The Greenville Enterprise cont ains the following call for a public eiet ing to take into consideration the heavy costs under the code of pro cedure, and the propriety of establish ing some system outside of the courts for the adjustments of claims and d is. putos. The call is signed by sixty citizens of that county, In their ignorance, they charge all the fault upon the lawyers, while, if they had examined th...

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. — 16 August 1871

THE FAIRflELD HERALD Publishied Every Wednesday at *WLViVSB)OR, S. C nor bIESPORTES & W1ILLIAMS. ----0 T7R'S.t1-fIN AD.VANC4E. One Copy ono.year, - 3 00 Vi've ". 9 10 . .) . to2 Toll " " " 2500 The crowing Cotton Crop. The Gainesvillo (Fla ) Independent 'of the 4IIh insta lt says: "Wo are sorry ,to chronicle that, a great many of oir farmers complain that tho I'nst is injur Ing their cotton cron v ry much, and The "bottom crop' or bolls is dropping off to a lrge extent, which it is feared will reduce th coming crop one. The Quincy (Fla.) Journal of the 41 instint says: "Sinco our last no tico of the erups, cotton has greatly im proved. If tho spiendid growing. weather we havo had for the last three weekS conintinues, the cotton yield of thi, county, afterall, will be toleta bly good. Corn is not turning on't as well as expected but still wo hope enough will be gathered to do the country." The Rome, Georgia, Commercial says5 : AVa conversed with several farmers yesterday from dif...

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. — 16 August 1871

New 'dviet(Ise~naens. Piot6s th, Mgahiea, &6.--%0 Master & Brice. Save, Your Own Hay-MoMaster ' Urloo. lirie Rain. ,A fine .s-shower of rain fell at this plao a'nd -iclity on Sunday night labt. Other seetions of the county have been similarly favored. Tihe drouth, ,upon the wiole continues, and there is n . the loeat. doubt, bu that the crops are out bhoi't one half. It is distressingly sLd to look dpon the large fields of corn rind cotton, which promisel so much si: wecs ago, aid now withered andJ parched. Ralter Stranage. We are informed that a 6a' some tiieo sinea goc bith .td three kit. tons and in live days afterward gave birth to onemniakiig four in all The last was the largest and the finest of them all. 'lie cat bolongs to Mr. 1. 'V'. l.ddeu, and can be seen together with three and ona, at his home in the County. Mr. G. Says that they are all doing 'rell-and are runing about trying to catch "mice" already. Hurah for the Lat I Election isCharleston. Below we give the ...

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. — 16 August 1871

A ieatlly IlearIng. No , -mu y tif tihe ,ouial literaturo ol the A inii-ii-ais press for the past few wvt wo uil. le coiiijimplete without SOie ogizancee Of tihe rem ii.cenes of tile duiellinig days wierowitbh di N era s pp' t1ly military gentlemen, with 'Major" or "Colonel" to their 11 nmes, have recently enriched tle spare columns of certain southiern and Western journials. Posssibly, the -ordid mie cantile or vulgr political :-pi! it of counon imen in theso craven times has a tendency to revive iu sol diery bosotms a memory of the not very distant period when personal "honor" doianded soiethitig else thaii mioney or official preferment to :iilieaso its wrongs or reward its chiv ilry ; or perhaps the exasperating elect rieal changes of thio season have anl at imo)slpheric magnetism for thought or fierce mortal encounter and the extravgaintes of hutnan passion. At iny rate, personal recollections of all sorts of so uthorn and western ducls are in fashion jut now with several branch...

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. — 23 August 1871

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms---.$300 per Annum In Advance. VOL. Vii.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST23, 1871. [NO.10 Trl10 FAIRFIELD HERALD IS Pt'n118I~Lsc WsKIY BtY D ESP1Il'ICS A WILL gAMS, TermisI.-Tnt. In s uiblS i heeIC-I Weeks in the rown of Winnsboro, at $3.00 in wareably in advarnce. f6ty All transient advertisentent.s to be id in advanco. Obituary Notices and Tributes S1.00 per square. The Fatal Accidit on the Blue Kitlgo Rond, The following letter signed "T." and dated W alhalla the 1 Ith, appears in the Columbia Union of yes terday : The railway collision on Thursday, near Perryville, by which Mr. J. U. Clemson lost his life, was the result of such groes carelessness as to do. serve bettor the name of murder than accident. The facts are about as fol lows: On Thursday last, the up train on the Blue Ritidge Road, cousistipg of an engine, baggage car and a pas senger car...

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. — 23 August 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALDI Pubhlisherl Ivery Wednesday at DES1PORTES & WIILIAMS. 0 'I'A/.i18-IN AD VA NCR. One Copy one year, - - $ 3 00 t- ivo 66' " 1261 60 Tetn '' " - 25000 A Nkw York iRchel isillierils Illis e p(blienn Daiughtcrs. t The will of Daniiel Cornell, a citi. t] en of Gii~foi.l, Chenango county in f 1his State, who died in the fall of 1 1869, at the age 6f 7-0, conitained t-h0 r follow ing curious 'clause I "1Fijil : Bulieviug that the .natu- a I-al coi-e(qiuences of action based up- t nn or dictated by the political creed p or belief approved of or advocated t by my daughters, Cornelia A. Wood t mid ]tuby imock, have been ahd arc to largely increase taxation-, it is iny will that the alnonnt of taxes paid Me since 1861, and to be horeafter paid previous to my leccease by tie, together with the succession 6r 60thr" revenue tax or n kez to be paid from or on account of property now or lereafter owned by me, be consider ed as having been paid for and on aceconut of my sai...

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. — 23 August 1871

D. R. Flenniken, advertises a lot oi Cormo Frur, Teol Rondsyg&o 13ee advertisomont. Armistrong, cator Co. The card of this old catablished house of Baltimore, will be found in to-day's issue. We cordially recoi inienO tiom to our inrchauits nd others in want of their goods. . 86o their ad\ertiemenut and glivo thon your orders. i3?- Quito.a comnotipn was obcrv. ed in front of Mr. h*. '. Mi eCarley'S store on yesterday; but upon exami nation it waw found to consist of par. ties getting a "sack" of M r. MC.ar. ley's fine fanily flour, an . advertise. mett of irtich4ill be did in another column. Sweet P'ota odqs. Mr. J. It. Stewiart, of Ridgeway, will accept our theuks for a inecas of fine sweet potatoes, .ott to us last. Fri. day. They are of this year's growth. Cr ubs. August, it i said; *ill go out in a blaze of nictcors. C,harleston, it is Raid, counains a citizen who-de ours a pind! of mueat a day, and by order too, of his pliysi oian. There are, according to report, one lhundr...

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. — 23 August 1871

l jx'rielt'.s of it mvrCr, I live ha1tei bi-l the pleasure of an iltervictw uib ' Il r. .J. \\'ood, of II rile ]Iy. wL. has folltwed the I usiness (t a diver for t up r v t dt oI wen 1)t3 - t 3 eit rF, id who h1.4 now ret ir d af i t a lig active ser V ic'.. M\r. Wood made his fir.t start in life by ati utraorditary, and as it turnid out a very lucky, piece of di vIng. If the reader will look fat the 1111 p of lI t laid, lie will See tihit outside of' ikifst f') gh, and a little to tle solhwt.st opposito Doinag ha dIee, aie .itut:.etd tie Copela i d I lands. It ,o happend that a Wh atable itian was a coast guard in tihis district. Ie heard a legend that ia ip latden with a heavy cargo of silver had betn wrecked off the Cope. land Ihlainis sone half century ago. lie therefore comiiunicated with Some of his friends tat Whittstable who wero divers. Accordingly Mr. Wood and four others put their di. ving-dresses on board a vessel, and sailed from Whitstablo to Don. agladee. The story th...

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. — 30 August 1871

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Aft, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$3.00 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. VII.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUG UST 30, 1871 [NO.11 PM_ ___,_ _ _ _ __ _ THE FAIRFIELD HERALD 1s rS POni.1s w.:l;.y iy D)ESP'ORT'ES & WILLIAMS, Termi.-Tn r 11 RAL) Is publishedt Weeks in the Tow, of WVinnsboro, it $3.00 in vareably in advance. ti All transient advertisements to be id in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. [Original.] To Mrs. 31. 31. Oxer'. Respeclfully Delicated. DY IlkI NIRCIe, MOLLIE I. DAVIS. Gentle mother, why art thou weeping ? Why let (Oars thy choeks run down ? The form thou lovest is only sleeping, While the spirit wears a crown. She's no more oppressed wit sadness, Wandering in this val of tears ; But now wreatio-1 in smiles of gladness, At the throne of God appears. We know another bright link is broken, In the chain of parental love ; But there the severed link...

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. — 30 August 1871

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD. Published Every Wednesday at WINNSBORO, S. C., lY DESPORTES & WILLIAMS. --o TAIRMS-IN ADVAivCi. One Copyono yeat, $ 800 Five .' - - 1260 Ten 2 " " . 2600 A Brave Canilno IBefcider, A few days ago a dog belonging to John Felter, of Pine Hill, N. Y., wyas heard barking in tho mountains some distance from the house. Mr, Felter's little little son, twelvo years old, knowing by the bark of the dog that sone important game was on foot, set out for the mountains. llis mother fch, a little anxious after the boy had gone, and for some time lis tened to the barking of the dog. After half an our the barking ocased ; and as hour after hour passed away and the boy did not make his appear. unce, the mother set out to go to one of the neighbors to scouro their help in search for tho boy. On the road mot her husband returning from the village, -whero ho had that morning been at tending to some business. Ile listen ed to his wife's story, and trying to caln her fears, went ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 30 August 1871

To PAAIaetm and GulardhaaN. We call the special attention of our readers this morning, to tho card -headed "To Parents and Guar dians." It speaks for itself. New A r Notice to Trespassers-R. G. Cam. eron. Notice to Tax Payers-James S. Stewart, County Auditor. Meeting of Couity Comtuissidhers -W. B. Peake, Clerk. Mr. F. lMder wishing to dispose of his old stock to miko room for a now supply is ollring his goods at and be. low New York cost for cash. See card iu another column. New Cot utos1. Two baics of new cotton were sold iii this market on Thursday lust, onc bale by Mr. T. W. Rawls and the other by Mr. John McCully, Sr., it was classed at LJw Middling, and purchashed by 1I. L. Illiott & Co.. at 17.1 cents. SClling Out. B..F. Davidson & Co., are sellitIg out their entire stock of Dry Goods and Notions. Those wishing bar gains will do well to call early. Fire. * An alarm of fire was sounded about 10 o'clock on Monday night last, which was found to procced from a disreputabl...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 30 August 1871

The Wild Mnll of Arizona, Noar the lodge wherein we wore qu trtered was to tepee, or wigwam, of a vonerable lo-king medicine man, who, having aicertained that we be longed to the une profession, manli fested a stoical but unwistukable in terest in our uelfaro. An opportu mity soon occurring, we exercised, a bad spirit from the liver of a young chief. In short we chocked a severo attack of chills and fever but, it still I"nmains a mystery to that gray head ed savant why the blue pilli pro ducod the effect, for he evidently mistook then for buckshot. He was surprised at this novel manner of ad ministering them. If ie adopts our practice the bowels of his peole will in truth be heavy, and will yearn to words the medicine man. It was frot this venerable man that we learned through our interpreter the cause of the bitter and unrelenting enmity toward all white men. Thus the legend runs : Many winters ago the young men of the tribe who had been to the Southward brought back strange tales ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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