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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 May 1872

-Williams, Proprietor0.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquire3.00 er Annum, In Advance VOL. VlIel WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 15, 1872. NO.48 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUULTSLICD WEEKLY BY DESPORTES & WILLIAMS, Terms.-Tius H1RALDis published Week. y in the Town of Winnsboro, at 63.00 in eariably in advance. AW All transient advertisements to bo paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 per square. The Fair and Tournament at Augusta GCOIAla. Yesterday was the day set apart for the Annual Spring Exhibition of the Cotton States Mechanics' and Agri cultural Fair Association. This is the third one given, and each of the former were so succesful that a great deal was expected from the present, both as regarded pleasure and profit. In order to give ADDITIONAL INTEREST. To the affair, the Augusta Sabre Club-a n9w organization in which our citizous felt much interest-invi. ted the Savannah Sabre Club to a trial of skill, to take place in the Fair Grounds...

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. — 15 May 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HEALRD. Publiabed. Every Wednesday at WINNSBQRO, . C, DESPORTES & WILLIAMS. O06 TERMS-IN ADVANCE. One Copy one year, - - $8 00 Five " " " - - .- 12 60 Tea " " " - 2500 lMy Administration. After the masteily retreat of the preFa from the Military Hall on Tues day night, there wore some further bellicose demonstrations by the loyal, which, however, ended without blood shed, and a state of peace having been restored, his Excellency was permit tod to resume the brief review of the hi6tory of "My Administration," which had been so frequently and naughtily interrupted. We learn that he took occasion to say that no circumbtances of any nature whatever could possibly induce him to be a candidate for the gubernatorial chair again, which may have had the effect of obtaining for him a hearing. Ilis Excellency was follow. ed in turn by his Honor Judge T. J. Mackey, who made one of lia usual telling speeches. He blamed the dis. turbance to the Bowen faction, which he called the...

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. — 15 May 1872

New AdvertIlllen)[ItI. Notice to Taxpayers-U. 0. Do portes & Co. Disolution-E. W. Ollever. Winnsboro Lodge, No 11. A. F. I --W. 0. Jordan, Secretary. Bacon-J. H1 Cathcart. Go to Messrs. Woodward & La and see what a fine lot of goods the have recently Teoeived. Fine Oranges and Lemons-Moli tyre & Co. Just Received-Beaty & B3ro. ,8ohool Notice-W. B. Peak, School Commissioner. 13rass Band. We understand that some colore men have organized a brass band i town. We hope they will succed i making themselves good musicians. Schools to be Closed. Dr. Peake, the School Commissiot or of Fairfield County, informs us tht be is compelled to close the Frc Schools in this County on the 17t instant. ie has received Informatic from the State Commissioner that tI 80hool fund has "played out." Rural Carolitian. We have received the May numb< of the Rural Carolinian. The d partments are well filled. The big standard of the magazine is fully su tained. Price $2 a year in advano< Sub...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 May 1872

aternal Reeu Offlitri. A great evil of the Fe4eral Govern. ment is the army of internal revenue t,ffioers who permeate the land, who are repulsivo to the people, and main tain a system of espionago that is in the last degree annoying. The Gov. ernment has, with unaccountable folly and cruelty, attached- penal ties to delinquencies of the most trifli ng kind that are entirely disproprortion. ate to the offene. A fine of fifty dollars, for failing to put a two-cent stainp upon a check, and at one time, a bill. The fAilure to put the stamp of so small a denomination could be attributed to an intention to defraud the Government; yet the penalty was as severe as though the offence was one of considerable magnitudo and plainly indicative of anintention to practice a fraud. Indeed, the stamp might be put on the paper, and owing to the defective mucilage, might fall off. Tle eye of the detective mucilage, might fall off. The eye of the de. tective once lighting upon it, the fine could not b...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 May 1872

Desportes & Williams, kroprietors.] A Fafhily Paper, Devoted to ScIero, Art, Inquiry Industry aid Literaure. [Terms---$3.OO er Annum, In Advno VOL. VII.] WINNSBORO, S. Cs, WEDNESDAY MORNING4 MAY 22, 1872. [NO.49 THEI FAIRFIELD HERALD t8 PUBLISHED WREKLY BY 1ISPOArTES & WILLIAMS, TernI.-titE URSRALD is pub)lshed Week y In the Town or Winnsboro, at 63,00 in baridbly in adbanice. AW All translent advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notioes and Tributes $1 00 per Square. [To the Editor of the News.] lIEMP WANTED. An ass to a mul., was oor.plaining one day, e-My burden Is heavy, I'll throw it away ;" 'Thou fool," said the mulo, "It is lighter than mine," I'll prove it, by figures, whioh you may combino. If one of your sacks should be laid on my back, Then double your number I'll boar to the stack ; Receive one of mine, the same number we'll, Ihavo. Iow ii.any hnve eacl ? Can you tell me you knave. The boyq are desired a solution to find. lu ioi of 1he nus who is lackin...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 May 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HEALRD, Publiebed Every Wdcesday at * WINNSBORO, #8. C, DESPORTES & WILLIAMS. E TERM'-IN ADVANCZ. a rive " '' " . 1260 t TonfDV k' k I lif- ...). -9 I itier fro ei.J 1. EWrshaw. C61ka O.' lay 14, 1372. b Mr DIrAn SIR :-Tam in receit of t fiftr Wiid'fiW"iidQ Mya vail ' myself of thsq,opp.ottunity youtfford k me .fxpres p view of t,o po'06. 'proyOr t6'be pursue 1qy 'og peolp?le In i d'pirheSit eIo gadey. Itheo rek','e P, S)(,f 9I 1 . 0~t4n ddtt p ,r q 1k pit- t plea . ) 6ition' n genorattpltj s,huuAId he6Ntrole4 by tfiis prjine nu&i~ty- eI o chi . pr,niofe the o estaib et oetter governient d at AshiOgtioi) it i. otir dut,y tq do eo i cMIlA' bec soIt will qlievq our peo. fl plo rraI. opPr sSIon,, an4 1 clid&k the inJ iutb "of tih iatogo., g Ot1bnt now C'nboldened by the unijitenanco and sqjposed sympatIiy t of thb Ulenear'l Coverumtent. If how- a evor, our participation in the Presidpn. ) tib.1 eajass -ll it Alf ln)pair our k p6wer to't,st tle Stato fron. ahe ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 May 1872

0:' Oranges and Lomons ju,st re oeived at U. G. Desportes & Co. 0,j Oranges and Lemors ju,at ro ceivod at McIntyre & Co. 1leay eta Dolly Virdeii. They oty that in the noberr cities most of those who we d. th< Dolly Varden stylo of dress 1!0on1 to the "Demi-Monde." Extensive Land Sales. Attention is called to sale of I 'iinds forfeited by nbn-payment of 1axes Tihose interested hd better calkl or Auditor Stewart. Tr1al Just Ices ortlats Coun ty. ). 13. Kirkland, Robt. IIawth. ru John J. Neil, and Jas. Caitor, bav been appointed by Gov. Scott ' Urial JuAtices for Fairfield County. Net Adveirtiseuentsq. Masonio Meeting next Tl.ur iday night. Sce advertisement. Strayed-D. II. Walker. Delinquent Land Sale-4. s. 8Slow art, County Auditor. A.vic III stu . The latest cotomercial news indi cate an advance in breadstuffb. Bacon flour, and corn have gone uI at lea ten per Ceut during the pt.nt week and a further rise is antioipatLl. Thiose in need of provisions had better supply them...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 May 1872

The YaIed egaldo 1PUBLMIURD The Political lituatio. We ar#0 Ato'd, Pays the Wil inington Star, to publish the follow Ing etraot .froma *letter written b an able and aecomplished' Souther Journalists, ii an expression o' 'A voiws of those frieds ot.the South wi are in a position to form an enlight enod judgment as to the requirdineut of the pohtical situation. Mrd Woshing ton Is widely known as an able joui nalist, and as an astute observer o fpo liticil developments. His view chpllenge great respect because of hi tdfliching devotion W the. iiterests c the Southern people. Fur ilve yeat past, at great saorifice of his persons .iuterests and convev'ience, he has I& bored with unceasing vigilunds an potivity at the National Capital fo the promotion of the deliverance c the South : WAsuINTOr,'D. 0., May 10, 1872. Afy Dear Sir I received thi morning yours of the 8th. I entirel agree with you. -By themselves th Democracy are powerless 1 knowin this we have asked Liberal Repubil ,oans ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 May 1872

Deapores&Wiliaims, Proprietors.] A____ FaiyPpr,Dvtdt_ceo,'At_nur,Idsr n ieau VOL. \TII.1 WINNSBORO, So C*,, WEDNESDAY" ONN,VA 9 87.[O5 THnr FAIRFIELD HERALD IS- PUnLISDIIV WEEKLY BY DESPORTES & WILLIAMS, Terms.-Tis UNRALn is pubished Week y in the Town of Winnsboro, at 93.00 in variably in advanee. W All transient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 per sq uare. How the Lexington, Mo., Caucas(an Re seived the News of Greeley's Nomnlation. "Sound the hew-gaz ; strike the ton-jon ; beat the fuzzy-guzzy ; wake the gong-kwong ; lot the lound hosan na ring ; bum-tum, fuzzle-bumu, ding.. go-bim I Praise, God, from whom all blessings flow; praise Him, all patriots here below I Glory Iglory II glo-o-ory !!! In the language of the saintly Beober, when be heard of t he butchery of twenty thousand of his fellow beings at Gettybburg, 'Bully, .Hallelujih I' All hail to the L,real of Liberalism and Rfomni, for now may they triumph gloiously. The wooll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 May 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HEALRD. bet Published Every Wednesday at WINNSBORO, . C, w DBPORTES & WILLIAMS. 0 TERMS-IN AIATANCZ. Cao Cpy one.year, - - $ S 0 cbal 14 "ON " -t -f 1260 Tea " "s "i - 2600 Dat . 1and The Last Scene at AppoUattox-Speeth divc of a Federal Officer. in V .oom There was a re-un ion of the Society to 1 of the Army of the Potomac, held at file. Cincinnati, on the 7th instant. At she this celebration the oration was do- inst livered by General Stewart L. Wood- tific ford, of Now York, and from this to t1 oration we make the following ex- feni tracts : 000 The morning crept slowly on-first tera into gray dawn, then Into rosy deol flush. Still on I still on I The mists go tj crept upward and into line you piy wheeled, and on your muskets lay to a down, each man in place, to get scant rest, which even in the exhaustion of those thirty-six hours of terrible marching, you neither sought nor 7= heeded. You were squarely across W Lee's front, and had closed forever his last line...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 May 1872

-K O L ternm. I Schedule . A Bali Road. Trains going North-leave at 1.45 P. M. and 1 A. M. Trains going South-leave at 10.45 A. M. and i1.30 P. M. Now Advertiseatens. $20 Dollars Reward-R. K. Pick. Ott. Xmportaint Notice. From his notice it will be adon that Mr. T. Ross Robertson has boen ap. pointed solo agent for this County a for the recovery of the tax paid on cotton between 1865 and 1868. Colcert. The Conoert Thursday night,passed off to the entire satisfaction of the ( large audience present. Some of the acting cspital, and taken all together, t reflected credit upon the mangement. r After the close of the performance, a the young people tripped it on the I light fantastic until after midnight. t Assis&ance for fle Firensen. A subscription list is being circula. ted amongst the property owners in town to raise a sufficient amount to repair and render more serviceable the apparatus used by the Hook and ' Ladder Company. We hope 'our citizens will subscribo liberally, and sh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 May 1872

The Fairfleld Herald. PUBLI8111D EYER Y WEDxESDA. iOJODY'S DARLING. Little and Dallid. poor and Rhy, Vith a downcast look Ia her soft gray eye ; No soornful toss of a queenly head, But a drooping bend ol the head instead; No ringing laugh, and no dancing feet, No subtlo wiles, and abandon sweet, No Jewels costly, rio garinents fatte Bh Is Nobody's Darling-but mine I No "Dolly Varlen" coquettish airs No high-heeled boots to throw her down stairs; No yatching jaokot and nautical style, Uith a sailors hat, that she calls her "tile "1 lut "Lady" is stamped on her qiit-t brow: And she crept in my heart I cant loll how Not. ma-.ld to dazzle-not born to shine Noboby's-nobody's Darling-but mine! No saucy, ravishing, girlish geace, Bit a set tied calni on the sweet pale face; No sparkling chatter and repartee Very silent and still is she, While and still is my pearl of pealis, Yet to me she seemeth the queen of girls; . Why I love her I enn't detine, For she's Nobody's--nobody's Darling--but...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 June 1872

NOW Desportos &.Williams, Proprietorf. A family. Paper, Pevoted to -Solence, Al 'Inqu'r,Idsr n ie~~q. Trs-3O e nu,I dao VOL. VII1*1 WINNSBr"ROIt S.*.,W NT D I MORNINGJU E587.[O5 TIMll FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 PiU1.1SIMD WEEKLY .BY DESPORTIES & WILLIAMS, ,Terint.-Tur lh:nu,n iiulished lWeek y-in the Town of Winnsboro, at StA.00 in variably in udvace. I CVt" All transient advertisemenis to be p7idin nlvance. 01bituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 per sI 1} 4re. A Lover's Quarrrel. FIROM "SIX OF ONE nY IIAI,F A DOZEN OF THE OTHER.t.)P Iraco det.4rminiod to open the matter cliceerfully, and ignore the fact that there had heeu any q uarrol ; and so began briskly : "Well, Miss Net tie, we aro in luck ; the snow has "I don't like snow," said Nettie, contradittuously ; but she smilled a. (-he slid it, 1n-14 lifting her great, betaitiful eyes, fixed them on Horace not m111kindly. "BIt don't Vol s00, M i1q Nettie. Our sicgh-lide i. to Comne (l' nw I" 'Slirgh ride P" aiad Miss Nettie in a ton...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 June 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HEALRD Published Evory Wetinesday at WINNSBORO, . C., BY DE'SPORTES & *ILL-AMS. TE k NS--yX AJ VA NCE. Oise COPf IMyu f I I no's QQJ FiM . -" . .!- 1260 Ten a25 00 i iet ls For. Ti T 'V t ft'! 6Yff1Mff-' ting on tlbpp ge-i,pfha.pgnditional AnlypI pyongro-s says Id a tixttratio 4 O 'rigAged in itn efrtI- lb'dAt 'Gre(loy. The xtig Mm6 6 BAV f 'isJ4oled iopy in oil$Wto kadr~'.'O,roeloy of pplil,ieid c.:pttil. ''hc1ifl is; we think, JA-Rd one in prinZiple,"but it at least vors- a.imulnitiudo or catos, anil, da ' ig> Jon4' so*0 obpenre; p4vatp e1t es 'cliar 61-Soo 'ouo 'fi M4q4 Wfthe Sout leiC61fcA rti6y,' and ar :d To'redd 6 biy '- filloil "at iho Co11re.sioi hoe. Since [lraco Greeley's candidae has w1ped, out t'his foul'dislonor,'ihich tilLthe last h9kir the 'diriistration party fostered an~dddledded let Mr'. Orecley have tOe mredit df it. We will- not dwell ot) ouir objec tiyons to the patiial anhlisty, but will briefly state one which we deem im pQrtant. rQtm tho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 June 1872

Sehedule V. . & A. Rail Road. Trains going North--leave at 1.45 P. M. and 1 A.M. Trains going South-leave at 10.45 A. M. and 11.80 P. M. Our Agents. The advertising agency of Messrs. Walker, Evans & Cogswell, represent ted by Roswell T. Logan, Esq., is the only authorised agency for this paper in Charleston. ew FIousr. New Flour was sold in this market Saturdiy, by Mr. D. t. Flenniken, at eight dollars per hundred. It was ground by Messrs. Jackson & Co., of Augusta, Ga. Land Sales. A considerable amount of land was sold Monday under the Auditor's hammer. Behold the beauties of reconstruction I rublic Meeting. There will be a Public meeting of the citizens of this County held at the Court House on Saturday next at 10 o'olook A. M., for the purpose of selecting delegates to the State Demo cratio Convention to be held in Co lumbia on the 11th of June. The Cotton Tax. For the information of parties ir. terested in the refund iog of the cotton tax, we will state that, in orde...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 June 1872

The Fair(ield Herald. PUBLISIED I T ERIt ' TEDA"ESIAY.' Usefiul Farm Reelipe. TmiMPS IN SWINE.-Tho tbutumps is ti 4o-t'ofpal litation? caused by suffo. Va104fo t i1 lungil, which arises either from being kept in dimp, foul air, or by. the hogs overlying the pigs, bf piliog upon 'each other in close bode. :1. the beds be in flie dust, as Leg'bbd are apt to be, it is nn og. gravation of tho troublo. As to a remedy, prevention is thn only sure -cure, by fUrniShing comfortable quar. ters in clean bedding mnd plenity of room. A fter the Thumps have-fairly set in, there is little hope of saving the pig, but it cen sometimes be done by placing the animials so affected, in atifortiblc quarters by themselves, and feeding. them on corn meal wyet with milk, and pretty well dosed with Iu'phurU. .SP IK1Ev. i Cotv.-Give a heap ing tablEspoonful of pilverized cop, peras once a day for three days. I usually mix it with tour and mo lasses, ad work it in;to a ball. \Vhen i[ administer it 1 take hold ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 June 1872

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$3.00 ter Annum, In Advanor VOL. VII.o. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 1872. [NO.52 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUBI-8111CD WEEKLY BY DESPORTES & WILLIAM9S, 7 rm,.-Tua 111CRALD 1a published Week y in the Town of Winnsboro, at 03.00 in variably in advance. S" All transient advertioements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notloes and Tributes $1 00 per square. A BRILLIANT YRIC. The following lyric is from the brilliant pon of Dr. Frank 0. Tick. nor, of Columbus. It is vivid with the flash of sabres and the clang of arms : "OUR LEF1T"-MANASSAS. TO JeSEPH E. JOHNSTON. From dawn to duak they stood Thatt long M-dsuioner's day I Wllo ieroe and rust the batuld-blast 8 .ejt ratok tn rank away I Fmt -i d wit to d .rk thI y fought W I! le;11o1s swelpt 1ami eleft, Attit .ill the wide, blaok hattle-tide Putred do adher un our Left They closol e:&-h ghastly ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 June 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HEALRD Published Every Wednesday at WINNSBORO, S. C, nly DESPORTES & WILLIAMS. J1IRMS-IN AD VANQE. Ono Copy one year, - - $8 VVO "6 64 "6 - - 126 Ted " " " - - 25 00 Lelter from lion, Frank P. Blair. We have bequ peruitted to pub lieh the following letter from ion. Frank Blair. ' will be read with interest : WASINGTON, D.O, May 21,1872. Josplh F. Jolmston, Selma, Ala.: DAn Silt: I have yours of the 17th. I entirely -agree with you in thinking that the South, which alone ean cast an electoral vote for the Democratic party, should have its say on the present phsiase of polio.. I agree with you also in thinking that it is useless, and worse than use. less to undertake to run a %traigbt Democratio ticket. Even if it were possible to elece, the candidate would be counted out, and if not counted out, would be piowoless to do any thing with the Sonate agnint him. In my opinion the Tennessee lead should be followed ty every Southern State. It annout be concealed that the S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 June 1872

Our Agent. The advertiting agenoy oC Messrs. Walier, Evans & Coguwell, represent ted by Roswell T. Logan, Esq., is the only authorized agency for this paper in Charleston. Scluedohlle C. C. & A. Rail Road. Traids going North-leave at 1.45 P. M. and I A. M. Trains going South-leave at 10.45 A. M. and 11 30 P. M. 4m Cui. H. C. D.avis having de. clitned.to attend the State Convenitou, M1r. R. E. Elison Jr., has been ap pointed in his stead. gg"~ Great exoitement was caused in the Streets yesterday by a mule running away with a buggy. The buggy was considerably smashed up, and the mule badly seared. Fine Clmwluff Tobacco. Messrs. Beaty & lBro. will please accept the thanke of the office for a sausple of fne chewing tobsco. It. can be safely recommended. Alarin of Fire. Toe fire bell sounded the alarm Tuesday afternoon, the chimney of Dr. McMaster's house being discover. to be on fire. No damage was done. Crops. We continue to receive cheering accounts of the corn and cotton ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 June 1872

IThe Fairfield Herald. PUBLISHICD EER rWED ESD4 Y. Dosing a Travellor-A Hotel Scene. It was one those extenssive hos. tieries wbich are "to be tied up to" in most of the large towns in the in terior of New York, that the follow. log scene occurred, as can be proved by a crowd of witnesses, who , have heard the landlord tell the story. Tne hotel referred to, was, on the occasion of which we are speaking, rather full, and the nephew of the lan o a ' in one of thq vooms on r 11 Itb'w's tq rto~ove 1111 1eine0uring the nlight, froni ih14 hands of a person who hAd been pro. cured to "watch hina." The landlord had i-structed the aforeaid watcher to adidti.ister a portion, of some little phy sie to the patient at twelve o'clock, the dose to be repeated at certain hours of the unight. "He is rather techy, and you had better stay out of his room until you go In to give him the medicine," said tho lanlord. "Oh, for that matter, I prefer to sit here," replied the watcher, who was a novice in th...

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