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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 30 October 1889

rW~-' - ' . ' ' ;.r * . . v "- v.. 1" * E COMPENSATION. j - "Lord, I am weary V cried my soul. t;The sur: Is fierce upon my path, and sore the weight Of smarting burdens; ere the goal be won ; I sink, unless Thou help, dear Lord!"' And ; straight My fainting heart rose bravely up, mad-;; To bear its cross: God granted me a song ! "Lord, I am conquered! Ceaseless, night an<j; A thousand cruel ills hava hedge! mc : mi use a stag tne nounas nave u j tily stricken heart lies bleeding on tlif j TThenlo! with new-found life my soul ; made strong, Spurned all its foes: God granted me r ' Lord, I am dying: Earth and ssa and sky Fade and grow dark; yet, after all, the end "Wrings fro^i my breaking heart a feeble ; For this poor v?orl<l, not overmuch its j friend T' But suddenly with. Immortal power macl ! : strong. My soul, set free, sprung heavenward in i ; a song! j ?Stuart Sterne in the Century. *| THE DISTRICT SCHOOL, j 4'Come on, dear," said Amy, putting up her parasol. p? "Dear'c...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 30 October 1889

||||g||W^ ^ E ^STO?. HF cro awunvj. > Editor of the Nncs and Herald. feprder to ascertain tbe maturity of ft from it* iucipiencv of fruitage all development the present fall, ?/ > n\wrn . <-.? Lu yw.n oo_ L* W V IIVVtV? (V/ AC* they could be discerned, and Lt would take to develop Bo for blooms to mature Rajor picking. On the loth! pye notice to several, and Btn again, aud the first one fenKd.a bloom was on the RSber, 30 days too late BTton this fall, and blooms Ete 1st and 10th of last toe onflR/*iont 1 ir Bus date. The above Bue growing of colton ^fl&e loth ot Augast, has c re ased iho yield iu the least, and from repeated observation I never fWf tnfttiiHtv nf frnif. from i?g grow'h after that date uuless checked by heavy early fruitage and the weather continues warm and dry. It also j plainly shows July is the month to get i growth of stalk and fruitage ia its early stage to be matured in. August A M/1 CAAIAWMKAN T *TT 1 11 ! ? ?"u . i mu wuai kM| I hare made manifes...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 6 November 1889

VOL. XLYI. WINXSBOKO, 8." ( '., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER G, 1889. NO. 15;" ^iS ____j; ; aMM|M n M i '" ' I The paradise of mil way traveling must be Lower Hungary, where the companies iare planting hedges of Provence roses. Think of journeying in a land where the smoke and dust of the engine are atoned j for by the proximity of miics of bloom- j . ing, fragrant rose?. ______ ^ j Captain Chapel, of the French Artil- ; lery, has devised a projecriie which is lit- j erally "to snoot rounu a corner. at is j to be sent over the heads of men behind ! I breastworks, turn a somersault, return and tike them in rear. "Projectile ret^ jograde," he cails it. V_ The Argentine Republic will have an j International Exposition of Agriculture next year, and has charged the distinguished engineers?Ganiiza, Otamendi and Pcreyra?with preparing the building plans. The Argentine Republic docs cot admit that in agriculture it plays | second fiddle to anybody. One of tlie most interesting localities j to visit ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 6 November 1889

mm ^ Tie FairlieW New and Herald. fcf PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY ffe News - and - Herald - Co. JTAXSS Q. DATIS, . - Frwident. TS&MS, IX ADVANCE: pr' On* Year. .... SI.50. p. Six Months, . .75. W.?. DOUGLASS. ... Editor p ADVERTISING RATES, CASH: \ One dollar a square for the first insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent Insertion Special rates for contract advertisers. Endamage ana aeam notices rrcc. Regular rates cnarged for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. | WINNSBORO, S. C. , fy Wednesday, November 6. : : 1889 Dr. Burxey's essay will be published in this paper next week. Tee President has set apart Thursk day, 2fovember28, as a day of National thanksgiving and prayer. Democratic State Chairman Neal, Mr of Ohio, say* be feels a Democratic Ol*n fo/?f VlCWrT ili iUU Siaic au moiulu imvi wm?l Everybody who attended the I Farmers' Institute goes away with at least some new idea. Now practice what you have heard as an experiment. It is gratifying to learn that the su...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 6 November 1889

m : I LuOAL INTELLIGENCE. I Wednesday. November 6. : : 1889 COTTON QUOTATIONS. K Winksboko, Nov. 4.?Good midi in.ctrw Tni<ldliner. 92: mid */*-XV^ 0li? <vv 0. _ dling, 9.45; strict low middling, 9.25. Columbia, Nov. 4.?Good middling, 95; middling, 9$; strict low dling, 9 1-16. Savannah, Nov. 4.?Strict middling, 9?. Ke.ir .\?-r "Wanted?'W. E. Aiken. Clothing?Caldwell &RufI. "Wagons?W. R. Doty & Co. Notice? W. G. llinnant, Agent. Macaulav & Turner's Directory. Personal Property for Sale?R. J. McCarley. Lccat BrieU. ?Dr. Aiken is having his store front painted. "vr,.o m a. Gaillard is having her I fencing painted. ?Mr. A. E. Beckham has moved in | his new residence. 1 ?Have \onr strawberry bed pre^^^_pared for the winter. ROT 'The number of pleasure i)or>es in towu is on the increase. ?The fox hunters were out Tbnrs| day aud had a splendid race. ?Mr. Skinner has sold out his barber shop to Max Sngenheimer. ?We return thanks *o J. M. Beaty k & Bro. for a cau of ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 6 November 1889

^ ^ H I IIW?III I HOUSEHOLD AFl-AIES. HOW TO CONQUER DUST. , That dust is unavoidable is a truism as thoroughly settled in the belief of most housekeepers as that it is disagreeable; and that it is disagreeable is to be scientifically kno'.vn from the very different sensations one experiences in a room before and after it has been s-wept ano cleansed, in the lightness and buoyancy ? -n 1 * * ?" ?% +Vic*-r-u ana Every room in modem houses lias more or less coal dust, more or less wood dijst, dust from the surfaces of wall-paper and ceilings, dust from the wear and tear of carpets and rugs, a certain amount of lice, almost imperceptible earth dust, and a vast amount of haif-decomposed vegetable dust from the roadways, from Sower-bores, from gardens, from clothing, from everywhere. At all times unwholesome, when dampness gets hold' of this dust it ferments, jdecays and becomes positively poisonous: and this must needs happen on any rainy day, on foggy mornings, on dewy nights and at th...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 6 November 1889

THE SEWS AND HSRALD. SUPPLEMENT^ STOCK kA isIXO. A Practical Discussion of the Subject by Gen. Johnson Hagood Before the Farmers Institute held in Winnsboro 30tli of October. The discussion as announced, which I am invited to open to-day. covers a ^ood deal of ground. "Stock raising" includes the fanner s association with all the domestic auiinals which may or should occupy the farm. It has an elaborate literature and its principles and practice find expression in many books. - Al 1 nw?n*nccivo fill'ITlPV i'tW lltuu^imui aiiu will be without them. You are familiar with the general principles of breeding which experience has established and recorded: and interesting as -is their consideration I shall make 110 reference to them in what I propose to say to-day beyond what is incidentally * necessary to my subject. I shall confine myself to stock raising for profit in South Car Una Coming in contact with the fa es of nature, the husbandman may co-operate with, he cannot successfully ant...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 13 November 1889

? 1 1 . Z - 7 - - . -v I VOL. XLYI. WINNSBORO, S/ .C., .WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1889. NO. 16. ;; The women of Chicago who inaugura-1 ted the crusade against gambling some time ago, are very enthusiastic over the success that has attended their work. They are conndent that they can effectually suppress the vice. : The latest development of the automatic machine is a Doctor Cureall. in tiouanct. i; is a woo v:n tigure 01 a man with compartments all over it, labeled with the names of various ailments. If you have a pain iindits corresponding location on the figure, 'Irop a coin into the slot, and the proper pill or powder will come out. . "The number of Irish occupiers of land In 1SSS was 021.455, being 716 less ;han on the "previous year. The number folding land exceeding fifty acres increased to 223. There were in 1SSS '47,951 holdings, not escreuing one acre, oeing a decrease of 171 from the previous vear. There arc 150.146 holding between five aud fifteen acres, this being ;he most...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 13 November 1889

- The Fairfield New aid Herald. i PUBLISEBD EVERT WEDNESDAY -BY- , News - and - Herald - Co. 1 JAMBS Q. DiTII, . - President. 1 T?B?, IX ADVANCE; , Ob? Tear. .... SI.50, *ix Months, 75. ADVERTISING BATES, CASE: J * One dollar a squire for the first iriser- < tion and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion Special rates for contract advertisers. ( Marriage and death nouces free. Regular rates charged tor obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. I Wednesday, November 13. : : 1889 Mahoxk has not only to endure the , humiliation of an overwhelming defeat, bat has actually been arrested for shooting one Harrison. He denies the charge, bat the mayor of Petersburg binds him over on a bail of $2,500. It is said that Wanaraaker will call 1 a conference of some of tke principal postmasters with a view of ascertaining the propriety of some important changes which he proposes to ^effect. There Is a s*d need of some change? at least iu the Sooth*. The Manufacturer'* Reco...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 13 November 1889

LUOaL intelligence. Wednesday. November 13. : : 1889 COXTO" QUOTATIONS. ? - - ? j ? :.i Wl2fXSBORO, -Nov. 11.?uoou UJ ladling, 9f; strict middling, 9.30; mid. dling..0.5o; strict low middling, 9.50. Xe Auvrr.uicnniK Here?J. J. Gerig & Co. Clerk's Sales-R. H. Jennings, Clerk. Time is Money-?Q. D. TTilliford & Co. Ordinance?J. C. Caldwell. Intendant. Municipal Tax Levy?I. X. "Withers, Clerk. Mary's Lamb?Matthews & Curnmings. One "Way to Make Money?D. A. Ilendrix. Big Clotliing Sale?McMaster, Brice & Ketchin. Sale of Land?A. S. & "W. D. Doug lass, Attorneys. Big, Little, Young and Old?Q. D. Williford & Co. Lccal Briets. ?Mr. R. T. Matthews has removed to the Macaulay house. ?Messrs. Cbas. L. Brooks and Eber A.-Rabb went to the State Fair on Monday. J ^J. C. Buchanan will in future i occup^Hl^Jj^fthe late Dr. T. T. j Robertson. 1 >? ?The band was given an oyster sapper by Dr. Qaatllebanm at his home Friday night. ?We are plesed to leam that School Commissioner...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 13 November 1889

% f? I' " ^ ~ STBWS AND NOTES FOE W03IEN. Ir: Long wraps are in vogue for general vear. r? Anew salad bowl is shaped like an epen rose. Ribbons are used as freely as ever for trimming. Buttons at $20 a dozen will find many purchasers this winter. Lady Eva Wyndham Quin, an English lady has been tiger hunting at Nepaul, WrtT+Korn Tnflift Richard Burton, of Denver. Col., wants a divorce from his wife on the ground that she squints. The Empress Augusta gave $2001? the fund for the relief of the sufferers by the Antwerp explosion. The new carmelite wools have silkwoven borden which closely resemble Kensington embroidery. "Miss Sanger, President Harrison's type- j miter, is a rapid worker, and often copies on her machine 120 letters a day. Mrs. Harriet A. Ketchum has been awarded the first prize ($500) for a design for the Iowa soldiers' monument. Five hundred dollars will keep a fashionable woman in millinery goods and $300 will shoe her for twelve months. TVirt father nf the late Bishon...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 13 November 1889

vHUHB 14177. ll and^B Long Kan TcH a. m. AjH 14178. ?rom Ridg&m Camden, and *Si?$3(R way, twice a weeKregaW way Monday and PndaM Arrive at Camden Leave Camden Tuesday^SI? urday at 6 a. m. Arrive ~a$|lM wav by 2 p. m. ^J| 14179. jfrom wumsDoro to twice a week. Leave WmEsJswgS Wednesday and Saturday aln?0 a. m. Arrive at Flint Hill by 123 m. Leave Flint Hiil Wedntisday and Saturday as 1 p. m. Arrive ^ at Winnsboro by 5 p. m. 14180 From Alston, by JenkinsvilU and Lone Ran, to Monticello, six times a week. Leave Alston daily, except Sunday, at 1 p. m. Arrive at Monticello by 4 p. m. Leave Monticello daily, except Sunday, at 8 a. m. Arrive at Afeton by 11 a.m. 14228. From Colombia, by Mira, Pleas ant, Lever, and Jennings, to Horeb, twice a week, i eave Columbia Tuesday and Saturday at 8 a. m. Arrive at Horeb by 5 p. m. Leave Horeb Monday and Friday at 8 a. m. Arrive at CoInmKia Ktr K t% ra A UlUVtM UJ V yt SIJ^^LEMEISrr. WHAT IS A TEMPERANCE PLEDGET It is simply the promise of a mail...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 20 November 1889

: : " .. - > . . ,,_ p^iS' ^- ':- " .- . v. ' ' - _ ' . "' "^~ ; , ? ' -rKjS^.-. * - - '?J? !;? ?: . - ' t c- 'Jz : * VOL. XLVI. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1889. NO. 17. jUBpMrmBD|1>tMBinwmT^^-?*??^rrang^i.?.i?i*w'i JULI U i POHMHBBBHDBflHEOBHBBnnaBa ! laborers digging a sewer at Ticonderoga, N. Y., found a stone under which was a partly decayed oaken coffin, containing a well-preserved skull and some bones. An inscription showed that this .was the grave of that Lord George .Howe, the English infantry officer, who fell before the French at Ticonderoga in July, 1758. Relic hunters were with difficulty prevented from taking pieces oi the coffin before it could be put in a place of safety. H Great as is the West, it seems it may be made vastly greater." Major Powell, L chief of the geological survey, says that v liis party visited all the States and Territories where irrigation was deemed practicable, and found that the number of teres that might be made productive...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 20 November 1889

ii~;' ~ The Fairfield New ind Herald. PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY ?BY? News - and - Herald - Co. tfAMMU Q. DATIS, - . P*esid??t. TERXS, IK ADVANCE ; Oa? Y?ar. .... #1.50. Six Months, .... ,75. W. ?. D*UGZ.AS4. - - Editor ADVERTISING BATES, CASH: One dollar a square for the first insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion Special rates for contract advertise rs. Marriage and death notices free. lfegular rates e arned for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. ! i Wednesday, November 20. : : 1889 Miss Francis E. Wilurd has been re-elected president of the VV. C. T. U. Jxx Smith, the once champion "form" prize fighter, hat been badly beaten by Peter Jackson. The Gala Week seems to have been a grand success. The "City by the Sea" has reasons to congratulate itself upon the large attendance. Hox. James I. Campbell, Demo- j cratic Governor-elect of Ohio, is a | politician with an unbeaten record, j having beea elected to ev?ry office for ] which be ran. m m...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 20 November 1889

ILutJAL UNTELLKiENCE. \X'nilnVnvfltllhoT 3ft. I ; 1889 II ii cuuccua), aiuivuivu. ?, - - ? COTTON QUOTATIONS. Wixxsboro, No\r. 18.?Good middling, 9$: strict middling, 9 9-16; middling. 9?; strict low middliug, 9.4o. X? < .'.rfi ? Notice?Jno. J. Neil. Clerk. Land Sale?Jas. M. Blaia, Agent. A Big Sale?Mr?. J. D. McCarley. Sheriff's Sale?II. Y. Milling,S.F.C. Election Notice?J. C. Caldwell, Intendant. The Col ton Season and Coffin Debts ? J. M. Elliot^ Sr. DV Lieut brief!;. H ?Beef i? being sold on the streets at BH& marvelousiy low prices. H ?The rainfall from 2 p. m. Saturday to 8 a. m. Sunday was 2.75 inches. F ?hlr. Gibson who was badly cut, sometime a go has passed bevoud dan- j --Mr. A. Willifcrd will sell a large quantity of cottou seed to the oil W ?Old papers for sale at the office of P The News and Herald, 25 cents a ' hundred. ?Mr. William McDowell had his ^ - ' 1 ^ 1? -.i ft f 4 Ua ^jftpney ana pocsei uook tiuicu ?i me fair by some sharper. ?The train from Greenville...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 20 November 1889

" ?'" - - ?THE FABBE AND JrAEDEN. THE COLOR OF SOTTED CORN. j - In passing any piece of sowed corn late jb the growing season, it is easy to see what -will and what will not make gool feed. That which has been thickly town, especially on poor soil, is a light yellow color, tasteless, and nearly void of nutritive value. That sown in drills and cultivated once or twice, is large, thickstemmed and dark green in color. Taste It and you find the sweetness that with a little more room and time would be transformed into the starch of the per fected grain. ; ... . ; TURNIPS ASTX) POTATOES FOB POULTRY. According to P. H. Jacobs, poultry authority, young chicks are partial to potatoes, and adult fowls also eat them readily. Save all the small and unmarketable potatoes and boil them for the hsus. It is not necessary to mash them, as the hens know how to eat them withnrrf oac??f?nrp Turn ins nlso make ohear> , food for poultry, especially ducks, and will pay as a crop for feeding in that man...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 20 November 1889

* V" THE NEWS AND HERALD. gU-pPLBMEJSTT. ; AFTER TEA. A STCDKNT'8 SOLILOQUY. "Happiness came in with the tea tray." ?Be Quincey. Thus, just thus, woold I ever he, And feel as I now feel "after tea"! Stretched out on this chair in social chaf With my chum, who sits opposed on that! \ For now in a way I cannot tell Things seem to have all grown passing wen; My brain feels a lightsome, moderate j glee? 'Tis thus that I still feel after tea. I can't tell how the -world has gone round; 'Tis not the same that this morn I found! Forthen 'twas a scene of crowding cares, Then appear'd a host of hard affairs ; 1 shudaer'd a little to view them all, So many,' so huge?and my strength seem'd small? But, as dull shadows at sunrise flee, My darkness and zloom go after tea. My Joy is none of your "heavenly joys"! It rises up to no "rapturous" noise; I do not think it can rise so high As coat oi ine jGver ms aear one nijju; It is not the "perfect heaven" of bliss He finds in a real, rapturous kiss! ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 27 November 1889

' * ' " ' " "* " -^2 " ' " . .: ;..^m VOL. XLVL WINNSBOKO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1889. NO, 18. V; . " ? - -3r_'j?, American machinery is in demand in Mexico, particularly com mills and all kinds of agricultural machinery. It is a remarkable fact that nearly ninety per cent, of the professional gardeners in this country are of foreign birth. The majority are from Germany, but England is a good second. One of the greatest drains from the forests of this country would be checked ing the Engineering and Building Record, is ^tt-1 ^ r*r,a kt- m tlffol t?> ovauv" ivugvu wj vv ? v originated in this country at the time of the Philadelphia Centennial, in 1876. The circular tower then proposed was to have been 1000 feet high, 150 fcst in diameter at the base, and thirty feet at the top. It -was designed by Clark, Reeves & Co., of Phoenixville, Penn., and was expected to cost Si.000,000. . There are between five hundred and six hundred Chinamen in Sunday-schools and missions in...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 27 November 1889

ik irlii few and Herald. -- [ P UBLISHED ? VERY WEDNESDA T News - and - Herald - Co. JAHKS O. DATIf, - - President. TJCRX9, IX ADVAXCS : Oat #1.50, Six Months, 73. TV.?. DOUGLASS. ... Editor A T) VMRTISING RATES. CASH: One dollar a square for the first insertion and fifty oents for each subsequent insertion Special rates for contract advertisers. Marriage and death notices free. Regular rates caarged for obituiries. Oraersfor Job Work solicited. f WINNSBORO, S. C. - . i Wednesday*. Xovember 27. : : 1881) j The name of the new President of j the United States of Brazil is Senor de ! ?.? ' ... Fonseca. The A. R Presbyterian will be moved ! back to Due West from Greenwood j where it has recently been published, j Montana is having a regular old 70 J time. Both parties claim the Legisla- j Fture, and the lower house is organized ; in two branches. Notwithstanding the often re-! ported statements of the probability of I Stanley the explorers death, he now j turns up safely at Mwapwa. Tfi...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 27 November 1889

loual intelligence. \Vo<??f?s:il<?v KavwiW 27. : : 1389 Jfe '<iv?rti eair&i'. || Moue)?D. Lauderdale, ip Originators?II. Landecker. ^ Good News?D. A. lleudrix. Sheriff's Sale?II. Y. Milling,S.F.C. Reduction in Prices?J. M. Beatv & Bro. Land Sal*?Rag$date & Ragsdale, Attorneys. Laud Sale?McDonald & Douglass, Attorneys. Eighty Dollars Cash ?Matthews & Cummings. Administrator's Sale-T. LI. Ketchin, Administrator. Valuable Laud for Sale?Andrew Crawford, W. II. Lylec. L . llrieJ s. ?The ban.! gave a serenade on their stand Monday night. ?Fairfield's delegation, including Solicitor McDonald, left Monday for the Legislature, which assembled Tuesday. ?Tunce Holly was arrested on Saturday for obtaining goods under false pretences, and lodged in jail to ait preliminary examination. ?The new flag pole was erected Monday afternoon. It may not answer the purposes any better, but it is certainly more onamental than the old one. ?Tne rain-fall on Thursday morning from ...

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