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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 31 January 1872

Me - .MDesportes & Williams, Proprietor..] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. . [Terma--$3 00 per Annum, In Advano VOL. VIIJ WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31, 1872. [NO.32 THE FAIRFIELD HERAAD 18 run1iL.TS[KD WEKRKLY BT DESPORTES & WILLIAMS, Verm.-Tix HinRatD is pubHshod Week ly In the Town of Winnsboro, at 93.00 in. variably in advance. &&a All translent advertisements to be paid in advaio. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square., Garden Seed-How to Plant Then, We have on various occasions given our readers such suggestions, as we thought would be useful to them in regard to pl;.nting, the va rious garden seeds reoommended for our olimate, and ie In Ly repot, in substance, what has already been said on the subject but we have many new readers, and the old otes may, in some cases, be benefitted by a repeti tion of the lessons. 1. In the first place, the success or failure of seed sowing, whether on the fa...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 31 January 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HEALRD, Publisbed Story Wedtiesday at WVNSBORO, S. C, OT Ol5IORTES & WALLIAMSe TE'RMdS-IN AD VANCE. One Copy one year, g8 00 bprd Cdok, his wife, aunt aid three children, at No. 185 South WftVdiTiihisfrg, N.;Y sat dAwQ to.brckfast,6f fridd blue F.I.899 V myipg ot, beferj th a 4wa if over, a wre str'iioko noiu w4, simpiouis of poison. AIrs, ok *:to the first' to drop her knife kI -ig to her husband i ebhariry heud nohes dreadfully. a i GGUrilug heat, . What is the lih(01-" Wh ile sho was thus speak. 1 Ir..Cook'exerlenoed the same 0~1 1i;ad before he had time to say , a Ibe ot her 'oniObers of his fasmi. 0 taWl hbited signs of pois. -, eifuang a el~ i n oul t mal, of eat' dysical, vigor, Mr. Cook with otesayifg a, word itnmediately ran r has fhiuily yslaiufi staggering as pan and .uffering intense pain. la1ihg hurriedly disoribed his condi on atd that of his family to Dr. Reb. paana, that geatlionan promptly admin i-(bred antidotes to him and them. This kvdhat eigbt ...

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. — 31 January 1872

$:) Extra dopies of the NEws cau be qbtained at th boill 'ndO of $ebhlibation. Pri? o01lY, 'Ve lopy. - Winnsboro Cotton Market. For the past week 180 bales of Cotton have been sold in this market at prioes ranging from 18 to 20* cents. New Advertisenents. New Arrivals-J. D. MoCarley. Oltation-W. M. Nelson, Judge of I'z obate. Potatoes- Bacot & Co. Cogartnership Notioo-U. G. Des portes & Co. Rleid MoM ster & Brbie's adver tisemont of blank books, &c. To Rout-R. S. Desportes. Seo notice of U. G. Dosportes & Co , advertising a generul assartment or merobandie. Mapes' Nitrogenized Super-Phos phate of Lime-Kinsman & Howell. Just Received-D. It. Flenniken. Corn-Beaty & Bro. Plantation Goods-O. R. .Thomp. 000. Daily South caroliAian. The above is tbo title of a new pa per issued at Columbia by Col. John P. Thomas, a copy of which we received yesterday, and whioh we take pleas ure in placing upon our exchange list. it promises to be a live journal, fully u.p to t...

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. — 31 January 1872

so bould to :itala go, D l os all to 8eitly; Qhueikt-a to the Frliedly: Iae, dTa%,eorriers to Chilli. oi~thio'onbrling, earollig babe. at rek our nightly rest, Ii0 be packed off to Baby-lon, , 0ap- aDi or to Drest. 9P. 4iisd eookit go o'er to Gretee, wbie the MIlser waits parsgal o the 0uU4a cnt, prenultl,rlbe are In lla- 8uraita. Ap&n-ters Maould to .Ileft go, Sine Mibbers to Burgundy, de0sMmoMit should launch at Sandwiahlles, , g.,gs li the 11y of Fun day. -ehlelors flee to 1ise Utilted States Mud to the Isle of Mal , cot Gailneri go etj 11o0y -Day, Ani Shgc backs to Japan. '6itmigtanits and mieplaced raen W.il then, no lohger 'ox us, And a1Vlwho -ali' provided for 1ad better go to ~Issbetid's Cowninandmnents. -'hou shalt love no other man but tee. Tlhon shal..t have a daguereo type or any other likeness of any mal but your hiuband. Thou sh1l6 ot 1oeep it in. seeret .4A worship itfor I thy husband am "a jealous huma1nd. 'hou shalt not. speak thy husband's hamle with le ity., R...

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. — 7 February 1872

-o bbo nif i f 1 1 0 11 .gnslb wJ r, :1 sui i* '-I sau~ P~ w Desportes & Wiliams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to ScIVnbO Att Iir Industrgnd t;* [Iprms-$3.00 per Annum, In Advano VOL. VII.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., W11M ESAYMO 1 1RU1 -"'-%R~~(872 NO.cel EDY THED FAIRFIELD HERALD ix runiaiLEIo WiEKKLY- 14Y DESPORTES & WILLIAMS, Tenms.-Tus asnvALD is publtshed Week. ly In the Town of Winnsboro, at 9:3.00 in. variably in advance. g* All transient, advertisements to be paidin advance. Obituary Noticesand Tributes $1.00 per square. My Childhood's Home. rny ZArIS.] My childhood's home, Around thee wreaths of love are twining, O'er me the star of mem'ry's shining, As far, I roam. A cottage fair, Half-hlid in locusts wild and blooming, Above, no cloeds of sorrow looming, No fell despair. A flowered dell, Where in theiBummer's golden morning, With garland's gay, ny hair adorning, I loved to dwell. A smiling %ale, As green as Eden in its springing, The fragrant. air with music ringi...

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 February 1872

INE FAIRFIELD HEALRD. Publieibed Every Wednesday at WINNSBORO, S. C., 31 kESPCRTES & WILLIAMS. TER VS-IP AD VANCZ. One Voyi1 one year, - $ 8 00 J , . .. 2500 0li- ,ler 1. B. Irlck and the Southern States. M r. lenk of Kentucky, one of the C..t a. i oc on the actual condition -1 te. .8vkthe n States, makes the ,iL 'Statemit ,f the debt of e:.m .4n Sonthen States, Alabama, A o n-, Fiorida, Geigia, Louisiana, N orth Carolini, niuth Carolina, .ese.*ili ni'exas, "amotnting in gaegate to the, sum of $.120,000,000 '-t. olne dIlar far Confederate war I ; atld ,.tbing to show from ' Try o' .b Setates, for millions im. . .i h Stato and county." In toe niervous and pointed lan guigo of the gentloman of Kentucky, we prosent the record of the Govern. or-, hief miagiatrates of these devo todi States: "In North Carolina, Governor liolde.i was suceossfully impeachod Lr high crites and misdemeanors; I e is now editor of the Government rgan it Washngton City. Governor Mlilock, of Georgia,-resigne...

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 February 1872

$ 1lot Oi-iafe saieat this obe1 66 1 be teaiundred, 'y-4aK~tO~pOs~uua.L~W8can JtqaIuvned at this offlce A4 days of Publication. Price only five cents a Me*'Advertgsua n~ Etiwan ertilizers-W. M. Dwight, Mouatalu utter-U. G. Desportes & Co,. Iro. and Steel - MoMaster & Breie. Arrival of Groceries &.-U. G. Depporto & Co. Vin'iga -U. G. Desportes & Co. Just received--D. R. Fleniiken. Fresh Arrivals-A. P. Milldf. White Corn-Boaty & Bro. North Carolina Shoes-U. G. Des portes & Co. Orasageburg News. Mr. J. Folder Myeis has retired from the editorial chair of the above paper and is succeeded by Mr. A. B. Knowlton. 'Winneboso Cotloss Market. lor the post two days 142 bales of Ootton have been hold in this market at tpriceI Taging frpw 18 jo -20 Cents. Middling cotton would bring 2l cents. Atlantilc F4kosphate Company. Messrs..Beaty A Bro., are the local ageqis for the above company. Our citisens will find thehe gentieien re liable at4 spfe to'.deal with in. overy ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 7 February 1872

Tl Delth or Ntro. Mo (st of ot readers are more or l(esa hi-nilia with the churauter of tll) R.. 'een E 11perur, Nero, nad with the leii iit: tho Christians suffer-d undet h 'qa iign. A graphie descrip 1 i)o IIf tihe sufferings to which tho 1'h is i s were expused by this mer. ! .,, tet [ipt woul itit hariow the 1- i o- s 1 the leader. Demoniao eg.t t1 . ois ,eploy ed in inflicting i.e4 t Ivolting and tvri iblo tor t'. T,,. victimes were ,o disguised. I e y ,owed up in the skins of wild - -. er wrapped it p inl tarred shoets -.t ot lire as torclos to illumino - :-ardels of Nero, that they were -ie i of tll syinputhy, and expos ei to tIheIt derisiton of the brutal m.,',. Tender (hristain maidens pass e O ibrog! oideals of exposure, suf i. r nii d titit, toe dreadful for us, .i e*4 tiiiiieit days, even to con . ol..ie. 'The Divino supporn whioh (ii rnittmiked his d iciplos in theso i tiietml hours of pericoution, sus 1 itiud them. Ohio nidht Nero, dressed in wo ma n's clol h1 s 0 , wa...

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. — 14 February 1872

t 4 e, ~. -n -. 32 Z SWiIiains re.rj A FAItiLy Paper Oyidt 0 t dustry and Literature [Terms--$3.00 per Annum, In Advano voN i3 Tw;; ,: ... ~. .~., .WINN8BORO, S. W 1DI SDAT MORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 872. R V019 w~rM.T, SO-[NO0.34 FAIRFIELD HMIAtD IS PUnLISIEID WREKI.Y D~i;SPORTES & WILLIAMS, V'rne.-Tm II RALI) is pUbli ik. ly In the Town of Winnsbor6, AVtl.A f1. bariably in, advance. SB- All transiont advertisements to be baid in advanCe. Obituary Notioes and Tributes $1 00 per quare. , tAlmost a Corpse. X VOUNO MAN HEARS 11S OWN FUNERAL . SERMON. Among the more peqgnineit visitors iWho are passing the holidays with their friends and relatives in this city Is Mr. Ceo' C:-r--j. who we" bosting on Ouedia rihaketwith tio 4 hi 0oM. anions. They unmoored the boit and rowel for the distanoo of - t#4 luiles to an .Ieagnf that, jifted, itself from the wave . Herd tb'oy 'dpett a feW hours ild ' bt0lot1ig' shel1I' an a botanUJ spedlldens, III1 ,a bladk than der-ladeu aloud In. the west' warne...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 14 February 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HEALRD. Publivibed Every Wednesday at WINNSBORO, . C, at DEUISPORTES & WILLIAMg TlERMS-IN ADVANCE. 'One CNPy one year, - - $ 8 06 Fi"e . " - - 1200 Ten " " 2600 -Blore of the leorgin Ring Against the South Carolina King. The plans of the public enemy are niow known. They have already bought, at a third of its face value, about one-fifth of the entire utock -eapital of the South Carolina Rail road. Unless the3 find us fully pre. Pan't d, they will attempt to lease the r11d at the meeting of the stockhold. ieis to be held in Charleston, next Tuesday. If they fail in this-and we hu ve shown ohlewhero that the pro irsed loaso would bo as disastrous to flme stuckholdeis as to the people at large-they will endeavor to continue tleir purobasivg of stock until they haVe a controlling vote, when they will either o mpel a loaso, or, without a loe.Ne, work the road against this Sttite, and for the sole advantage of ili (enitral tailroad and of Savan ,i af. The first stop, tho...

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. — 14 February 1872

6: Wo of old pa 0%nlr Eattum atle p;F copy. - ) A Hj .0 cotton h o b"A tibid .dhiimarket at pric*s G a"6gW_1_ 4' 20 t ,.X cents. New Advertlicnents. Etoquest Arrivals-MoMaster & Brice. 8herit, es-L. W. Davall 8. P.esolution-Aubrey & Co. Just received-D. I. Flenkiken, Busine -is Busitiesse--B. I, Davi. eon & Co. , Netsr Coffee,Parche'd nUaroUil --U. G. Desportes & Co. Fresh Arrials-.. 0. Boag. Ne* Arrivals-T. R. Robertson. Sheriffsa 4s-4. IW. Duvall, 8. Y. D. Final Notice-Jas. Pagan. Final Notie--T. R. Rubertson. f 0011a 16 4 i4ual ocdn jnj a seat'.* this tor [toa tiddn;it-, urQi etiminelfod.t I.r h .s ul reponsi & , e efp'rg -an have o oontlo. A ee Eittti QausaoDefteaid. tioi~,$tI60 we havdreceived th APpyf41. li'o& g t(o:V .a- t to kl$%thd5N State Covdatio,. 4rolke up ' nice little gain that' 'bdertdin fellowe" idt Co. lu bfai .Weire Irjyi . g toplays., rteeetne th :;hW yintkdba ue ba r,) is. peloulii to Ve sent- to the Ph r~la4miphis Convention, and in or d...

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. — 14 February 1872

It was a bitter night in January a n1:ghi when,honmales wanderers on the moor might have sunk doin and t so tm doath-ated the very marrow ieeoined to congeal In one's bones. 'Toicre's one advantage in steam," grwIlad a fat old gentleman' In the vOier seat -"wind and weatherdont UM-ot it. No flesh-nd.blood a could statd a night like this, but tA4 Iron horse keeps straight ahead, whether the thermometer Is at zero o boiling beat. JSt then the conducted entered. "Tiekets, gentleman, if you 1ease," "4 a dretadful night, con dutor," t isaid, feeling with stilened iingers for my ticket in the breast poaket of my c.oat. "Dreadful, sir," feelingly respon. ded the conductor ; "why, the brake .i'i't live outside, and so 1-look the other wuy when they creep in, poor follows, to get a breath of wnrm air at the stove. We have not ba4'uob, t had night since a year ag* 'the 2d ,of Ikbruary, when Tom Blakeslee, the baggagemaster, froze both his feet, alid a woman who was coMing from Uhic:go got off...

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. — 21 February 1872

0Desportes William, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terma---$3.00 per Annum, In Advano VOL. VII.I WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING TH1E FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUBLISHKD WIKLY nY DESPOnITES & WILLIAMS, Ternt,.-Tus I-InALD is published Week ly in the Town or Winneboro, at 98.00 in variably in advance. 61 All transient advertisements to be pIid in advance. Oi.uary Notloev and Tributes $1 00 per square. The Feats of a Tight Rope Performer and Maglcian at a llCiOht of Three Hun. dred Feet In the Air. One of the most extraordinary and almost incredible exhibitions of hi. man intrepidity and daring was last Monday, the 1-th inht., witnessed by the citizens of this place. It seemed to me to equal if not surpass in thrilling and painful interest any or Blondin in their wildest efforts. An individual named Donaldson-a tight-rope walker and "magician," as he styles himself-who had on the previous Wednesday miade a balloon ascension ...

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 February 1872

ruE FAIRFIELD HEALRD. I'uhikhied Eivery Vednesday at %ViVNSBORO, & a, 0o - P)K'rioIsrms & WfL*LIIAIJI. T7R'AI H .4 AD VANCE. '(neit Copy on. year, - - $ 8 00 Five o - - - 1260 Tell . . - 2600 Trif on Type. .Tho American Newspaper Reporter andjf P.intera' Gtzettaesa3s : "if the taritfon tjopo used by the American piinters w, re removed, tVpe could Le tought for about thb'ee-lfths of the plre:,t price. . If it ,o claimed that I ; ". Anding is an Ameiean indus 1 yIthat Is tfitled to protection, we 1.iwe' ;o i priiting an Arnericen in 1 ry, Li:dreds of times more im pti 4 ;-. ns. ploying haudreds, per Ihl's iion:ds of times as many jo -chnlicia II I s uc0h of eanital as 15spe .Nanntil'ing. ior ti. is are tmandfacturers of no tnal! to pArtance. Any bounty or t npon their tools and ireplemRnts i.4 tax, ist only upon one of our great imiduti ios, bit a tax upon 4I Joee id odn1'eation. 't.ax bi type ma .s the primer and spelling book co 4 more to till the children of the !wl, to say...

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 February 1872

.a n 'EteRrim. bIL All those of our subscribers who belong to clubs and do not pay in advanoe.will have to pay full rates. Winnsboro nMarkt. For the past week 147 bales of OCtton have been sold in this market at prices raging from 20 to 211 cents. Hlow are tsle Mighty Falfin I Hot. Jas. L. Orr, Judge ' 'tlie 8th Circuit., was a dolegat'6 from Ander son County to the J dical. thte Con. Vntionwhioh met in CuluMbia Mo-. day night. Personal. Col. D. Wyatt Aiken arrived In Town Monday from Washington where he has been in attendance on an Agricultural ('onrerence. He ap pears in the eLjoyment of good health. Newv Advertiseuiemits. Fresh Meal and Hominv-U. 0. Desportes & Co. Fresh Meal-MoTutyre & Co. Cook-fighteis will do well to read Capt Dwight's notice. Plantation Goods-Bacot & Co. Sheriff Sales-L. W. Duval S. 1?. U. Maionic meeting Thursday even ing 22d inst. Clothing. Boots, Shoes &.-MoIns, tyre & Co. Stono Phosphate-3.,oot & Co. The 'Seasons of Leat. List Wedn...

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 February 1872

('atchinug the Train. The ro'lowi-g story is told by the Rev. J. Iyatt Swith. Waa Muapped at Syracuse, N. Y., f.r din'er. You remember the rail. r .ad depot, centrally situated, with its l -itetn and Western entrances exactly alike-as mtuch so as tle ends Sf at ear. After we had dined, the dlepot.mastor informed me that we had oeventeen minutes to spare before the departuto of the Eastern traiv. This thought 1, will give me an opportuni ty to see the city and a glorious ela.ce for a smoke, provided a olergyman could be tempted into such Ia wasteful and wordly amusement. I sauntered forth, and after an ub. a Once of exactly thirteen minutes, htI i-ig enjoyed a delightful and sooth itn gtUyl, I was leisurely returning, watch in ltund, when, to my sudden 1atsoa0i:hment, I beheld the train r,'owly gliding out of the other end of the d, pot and iicreating its speed at eni ry puff of the gigantic locomotive. ib t', indced, vans a "call" which admitted neither correspondence nor delay ; 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. — 28 February 1872

Desportes & Wiliams, Proprietors1] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, InqIrv, Industry and Literature. [Terma---$3.00 ter Annum, In Advano VOL. Vil.] WINNSBORO, So C., WDNESDAY MORNIN[NO.3 TUlE FAIRFIELD 11ERAtD 18 Ptun.IStiLCD wt.Ety nY DoESPORTES & WILLAla4S, Terms.--T it P .tR.n is published Week ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at 93.00 in variably in advance. ri3 All transient advertisemients to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 per square. URIA['S FIRST CASE * OI The ied Hot Rleconstruction of a Returned Rebel. Immediatoly ifier the late lament nd surrender I returned to the bosom of my family, bearing upon my body tihe matks of honorable and legitimate war f.ire. If a man has no right in the bosom of his own fanily, pray whose bosom has ho a right in ? But I didn't go right in Not by any means. My b.dge of chivalry, just at that ti ilo, was not of a char. acter to commend me, at once, to the arms and alfcctioni of my too scrupu lous neat and ti...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 28 February 1872

FAIRFIELD HEALRD. Puhliheld Every Wednesday at WINSBORO, . C., Ily DESPORT ES & WILLIAMS. --o 0 TiRWU HS-IN ADVANCR. ie Copy one year, - - $ 8 00 e" " - - 1260 ,a 4 6 .' l. " .l 20 00 bir. Beek's Spech. Vxtruct from the speech of the lon. J. B. Back of Kentucky : "I know that I have been attacked connse I have always been, in season nd out of season, one of the advo, tes and the friends of the poor, ownttrolI 'lle comInmuniities of the outhurn States. Four or five years o I weit upon the Reconstruction omiumiutee of this House with my riend from Now York (Mr. Brooks.) Ve two iio o ulone. And I strug led there for those pecple at every o11t, its lie known, through the For.. iWit Congress ; And the chairman f that committee, in the Forty-first engress, will bear witness to my deliy under him. The members of hih House kinow that I have devoted inoh time and labor cheerfully in hat reg'aVd. For the last year I ave been a member of the committee barged with investigating the condi. '...

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 February 1872

d' A lot of old papers tot bale at this office. Prio 50 cents a hundred. Winnesoar6 tttii Alttrket. 1o0k thd past week 8A bale& of Cotton have boon sold in this market at prices ranging from 20 to 21{ cents. Manly WtM~ag, We givib andthet doluma an ex. tract from a speech delivered in COdna gress by -on. J. B. Beok, from Kon. tuoky, in reply to an attack made upon him by the Infamous Brownlow, in the U. 8. Suato. Tile Claronele amad ieumt lime!. We received a viit on Saturday from Mr. J. W. Call, travelling in p' the interest of the Augusta Chroniolu and Sentinel. This is one of the load ing papers of Georgia, having at the head of its editorial departmnt Gen. A. R. Wright. a gallant "Ex-Confed." iVew Advertisenaemnts. What You Want-O. R. Thomp. lon. More Grocoris-D. R. Flenniken. Down, Down, Down-Ladd Bros. Tea Drinkers-Reaty & Bro. Sour Krout, Onions, and Sweet Po tatoes-MoIntyro & Co. Photographio Gallery-L. P. Har ris. Spool Thread !-Mc Master & Brice. See Notice...

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. — 28 February 1872

1 h. AM n tain of the Two Lovercd \V0 furs et in what book it weu, nany ye0art ago, we read the story of' t iovey, who was to win his mistress by ( aklyiag her to top of a mountain and 'o w lie u d win her,,and how they end e lor days on the same spot. We thit Ic the seerne was in switzer land, but the mountain, though Cough to tax his stout heart to the ittermost, mnust have beeo among the lowest. It was, at any rate, so high that 'the fatber of the lady, a proud noble,. thought it impossible for a young man s., burdened to scale it. Aur this reason alone, in scorn, be bade him do it, and his daughter should Ie his. The pe.. santry assembled in the v.alley to witness so extraordinary a right. TLoy measured the mountain with theire3es ; they communed with one anotlit r, and shook their heads - but uill admired the young man ; and some of his attendants, looking at the village damieels thought they could tlo as much. The father was on i'r eback, apart and sullen, repenting that he la...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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