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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 28 August 1872

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors,] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature, IT Trms-$---8 00 ucr Amm In Advano VOL. V11.j WINNSBORO, S. C., WEIDNESDAY AORNING-, G S 28, 18Y:3. N( FAIRFIELD HERALD ;IS PUt; iiI 1.I1) NV EI EA K i. B IOESPOR~'iES & 'W1L1 RAI U, ly in ihe Town or Winnuoro, at 83.00 in fariailiy ins ad(an1111. 8- f" All transiot, advertisements to lb aid in advance. Obi;uary Notices and 'riibutes $1 00 p,r iquaro. arntloga corr'sipomleHre or the Nmw York * Il'ruld. SAATOA, Augnst 16, lS72.---No wonder the habit uis of Saratoga have iuianimously votcd this the most bril itnt, SOasoin vithiin their tmemory ! 40 wonder the gossips cry out as wit h , single Voice, "Good heavens, what a rushl P" Ilow so great a, mnltitude in Ic packed away in a placo No tlhil is one1 of tiose prollms that :lly the caterers of tle great caravai aries cal happily solve. Time was Rd that only lit seasonl, When th( >bli Linhg hotel clerk, that fabnlon...

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 August 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HE/ALRD l'ubli-beei I'very Wednesdajy at WVlNNSBYO.RO, S. C., LDE isPRTE'S NY 9 ULl A ?IS. 'ri.-- i o-- - -v.xc: T|-:!|. 11 .- 1 '.IN>\ C|-|. nOle Copy onle year1, .. - - o T 4 " - - 1 *0 Th Paist is limid. Our uos wer. sas the R ichmend En. rpnirer, to the1, opposition j0ur-1-b.I which persist in ininviting our attonti i to the ft mer wiiti:-s of Air. GreCley aprainst the South anl the ir e wiar he once w grd uo1m thes IPinoerat ic yarty. i; that with us "'Thoi Past 11: .lkaa. We' hatv,3 bi-ed it ont of .ur )' t ,V a w:ll not dig it upl l 1 gain. We have n" wih to look via1ml tl:,e dvcnyinqv and bightless ear c( s p 1s it li-M rottillg it) its charn l houl-, tolc will we 1ivlc the fl1.-'h from its bones and prel.eivo the i . i,leous, yoiie iieketon in our cloant to atic'g chibiren Pull rne ll htter <:, iniot i-v. Its platies are emblalted ill hi- lory aine will vever r I e Ur omn 111(e141fnay ; but, its resentinents Inust. not be peripetuated. We hive started f'...

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 August 1872

Mass Meeting. The citizons of Fairfield County, opposed to the re-election of A. S. Wallaeo to Congress, are invited to et in the Court House in Winns. ro on the first Monday in Septem. r next, to elect threo delegates to represent this County in a Convention of the 4th Congressional District. MIANY VOT1MItS. O"4 Extra copies of the Niz:ws ean be obtained qst this ofliec. Price 5ets. par copy. One Thousand old papers, switable or Wrapping goods, for tlo at 50ets. emr hundred. Apply at this dee. -New Advortisom muts Masonic 31octing. F.or Sale-S. Wolfe, Agt. Mlillinery & Straw Gouds-Arm strong Cater & Co. Wvaa't-Apply at th. oliee Ihardware just iecivecd-0. R-. Thomipson. Chairs ! Chair !- Mctaityre Io. commissioners of Electio*V, Gov. Scott has IIIppJinited hO fol. Jowing Uoumissioneis of Eiection for this County :lenry Jacols, Ster ling Mlartin, and Sam'l 13. Liuimphin. Now Cotton. The first )RIle of new cotton wrs old in this mazkct hwe' TI.uisday 13 Il r. I . Jobi:sttn, a...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 28 August 1872

The Fairfleld Herald. llow to 3liake 3101i-v by fitrming. Muich labor i4 done on farmq tint is not farming in its trie en ce. 1v such labor io tioney is ever wade. A muan may support btinelf and fatnih-, keep out of debt, ald have a few dot lars in hii pock. t, b-y practicing 11h1o uost stringent, ceoomly. If he is Noiw wisO thi:.:m iId Ust riu3 and sober he is on the down grado wOit loos, brakes, and the end is soon icached. Bi. fanning in its true sense is a profession ( qualI in dignity to the law of mnedic.ine,) and nieeds <gAtudy, inen!Ital cap1icity, and in'telligentuy dir",t ed labor to coinmnuteid tnujccvs in it The priciples whieb underlio the praintive of the true farmiier inust be well unidertood, and it steady coni.telt ionse of operation in ust be folk'oWel. Ilaving thoroughlly learned the nature and capacity of the woil he pmo~sses, :U(d ehoseni thle rotation mnost suitable, and the .Stock to be iost profitaly kept on it, lie does not rwerve from his course, but, in...

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. — 4 September 1872

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$3.0 ucr Annum, In Advanor VOL. VIII.] WINNSBORO. S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1872. [NO.12 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUALSI[ED WEEKLY BY DESPORT ES & WILLIAMS, Termis.-Turi lsaALn is published Week ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at 83.00 in variably in advance. SW- All transient advertisements to be paid in advance. Oblhuary Notices and Tributes Si 00 per square. SONG OF THE SHEARS. Weary and not over stout, The victim of heartless qviizzors, A n--ws editoi sat, with his elbows out, Plying his pencil and soissors. Clip I Clip ! tlip I In mucilage, tatters and tears I And still, with a voice of dolorous dip, Ile sug the ' Song of t he Shears." Clip I Clip ! Clip ! While the foreman calls for more 1 And clip-clip-clip, Until the e-devil" looks in at the door! Its oh ! to be a councilman, Or even a school trustee, A mayor, policeman, or anything, Or any...

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. — 4 September 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HEALRD Published Every Wednesdiy at WINNSBORo, S. C., BY DE.SPORlTES & WULLAMS. TR.1S-NI AD lANCR. Ote Coly vine year, - - 30 livo " 12 50 Tei " " - - 256o Letter from Ex.Governor sainbury, of iehware. At t meettig (of the Kent Counwy (Dliware) ( nivenition, ou Tiuesdaiy, the 13th a lenter wis received at-d read fron Ex-Goverior Sausl ury, d ated at led ford ( Pa.) Sprilgsi Aui'uust 1). The Governor ILys : WhnIicii the Ad muioi:-raation inl power u ss the ii, 4 n: adt it.flueliiO of tflice, i nl tho Iunds of the Govern inert to iifluenc ! elections inl order to r letain ph ri, :hore is 1o sveurity for tih( fituire. TIe prestit iedeial Ailniii titiqn, or tie .0itly that sustain% it, iW n-t orly justly chargo-i. ble with this p-u:t crimei, buit, it ik sti i g ea tevr one t of' cvn.11 rep.1)t Iet revisionts 4f tie rettuiIs of the l6t0 Clectioll it) N4i IIh (".aiol inr, by which the Demlocraitio canoildate w.:, conlt. ed uint l( tihi-pepiiubb1an e.tIlidato colu11ted in...

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. — 4 September 1872

O Ekira copies of the NEws can be outained at this oflice. Price 5ots. per copy. Oce Thousand old papers, suitable for wrapping goods, for sale at 50ots. per hundred. Apply at this office. New Advqrtisenunts 'd i .niho Ctori-O. Rt. Thompson. More Now Cotton. Several bales of new cotton have been sold in town this week, averagiig over 19 cents per pound. Bolt. John O. Mackey, Republican, in .ti~de'~lju5usn indpendeint candi. date for Soli. iror of the I -t Circuit. Appointment. Alr. 11. S. Miller has been appoint ed Chairman cf the Republiuan party of Fairfield County. Re-nominated. V. 11. Brawley, Es1q., present So licitor of this Ci.-euit, the 6th, has been re-nominated by the Rtepiubli cans for the Fame po.ition. County Nominations, We have been informed that the RIepublican party of this County, will wnake their nominations for County ofieurs early in September. $60,000 from Grant. It is reported on good authority that B lanton Duncan has reenived $60,000 from Grant to run the Lo...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 4 September 1872

The Fairfield Herald. 1'UBLI1IIfD ilorace Gireeley's Agricultural Maxims. The venerable Philosopher of the Tribuno is not much of a farmer, but is a clear-headed und far-seeing com mon sense thinker, as the following maxims from one of his addresses show : 1. Only good farming pays. IHe who sows or plants, without reasona ble assurance of good crops annually, might better earu wages of soie capa ble neighbor than work for so poor a Vmater us ho is certain to prove 2. The godfirnmer is proved by the 6tcady apraiaion </ his crops. Any one may reap an umple harvest from a fertile virgin t oil ; tho good farmer alone grows goods cr ops at first and better and better ever afterward. 3. It is far easier to maintain the productive ca pacity of a farm than to restore ii, To exhatiut its fecundity, and then atte.pt its restoraLion by burying costly commercial fertilizers, is wasteful and irrational. 4. The good farmner sells mainly such products as arc least e.cha ustive. N eeessi ty may ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 11 September 1872

______te & Willams Proprietors,.] A Family Papeir, Deoe r~ Scieuo Artraur DevotedV nuty a Terms---$3.00 uer Annum, In Advance VOL V11.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WSPNTEMBE 1 18 MORNI THE FAIRFIELD HEALRP Publisieil Ivery Wednesiay 'it. WINNSBORO, S. C., DEAPORTES & W1A M . TERMS-IN AlD VANCR. (Ono Copy one year, - - 8 00 e - - .12 60 en '' '' ' - - 26 00 Y'ID , 1 EY ON I). Ueyonhl t i is vale ot Forrows, Beyond the flowingi ilo, leyond fle sliining pioritals, Where love and peace abide. Beyond tle care and oilling, lley ind th ceaseless strif'e, Beyonti he lapse of' veary years, To an jitmortal hfe. Beyond tie sighs and trying, Ileyond ilit painl autu nloat', Beyond tile gates of lcaven, Where sickness is unkniitown. Beyond the wail of orphans, The widow's mournfil erg', We lierit a voice that whiepers IWc'il neet tihee in the sky." Perlips 'we dread (he comting Of' tle nngel clolIted in white The messenger of glory Frot tle beauiteous realins of light. But we recollect th.lpved onr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 11 September 1872

FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUIII,'i3itIe:D) WEEKLY BY D0ES POtITES & WILEAAA MS, Termnc.-Tiip H 8Mnar I PIsublishier Wook )y in iite Town of Wiuntsboro, at, 63.00 in variablyj inl advance. riv"- All Iriotsiont advertiseients to be pail in nlvance. Obi;tuary Nutices and Tributes $1 00:per s qua tre. Tferrib)!c Iilavges of t he Ctai'pillar In Florla. The condition of the crops under a general and more cartful inspection is most dishtirtcning. Thle' i caterpil lar has dono its work, and as far ats further production goea, the crop is detroved. Old plantors sa'y that they have never t-eon them so general, or their work so thorutmh. All that noW Imiin- is to gather the open bolis. Picking will have been coim pleted by the 25ii of September. Under the c-mbinmed inluctces of drought, rust iaml worm the crop has opened very inpid ly, but the early recceipt:i are, ithowever, the indication of a very Ohort crop, not cither a large or forward oie. It will tatke iroam teii to lilft(.n acres to 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. — 11 September 1872

0::- Extra copies of the NEws can 'be obtaiued at this offico. Price 5ets. -per copy. Oe Thousand,old Papers, snitable for wrapping goods, for sale at 50ets. per hundred. Apply at this ofiice. The gruate.t turco of the >evriod-the Louui,,ville Conivention. -Stokcs was thcir. Mr. A. F. Gjdiiig has just recoeived a lot of lior.s anid mules. Thoso wishing good etock will do well to call early. cotton. For the past two days 74 bales of cotton have bee so d in this inarket at 18. to 18,9 cenits. Congro esional Convention. The nomin ting Convention of the 4-hI Coniigres: ional District iiiet in Cu lumbia lust night. Lexington Awake. The Demoe ats of Lexinigton have made 1ominations for the General Aisembly with John C. IIpe, Edj., beading the ticket for tie Senate. Pow Wow. We hear that the "Moseyite" are to have a big iatification meeting in this place oi the Il i h of this mouth. Luok out, Bolters. Good Newa Old John Robinson's Big &3iow will be here in October. Look out for the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 11 September 1872

z , in u%%II ei toneo, if 1e. h1.. .nea tiv r<;.1y , h i e ics i o ,' 'm i f i sp r it w Oh n b ' o . i : t h zv rM a , vesn in n - :t, . "(I , ''t i i .e h ih r Ilii eh r I 1 Ii:: 11 l li tu lii l '. 'i i I i p aonT~ -wr b asloe. A i n lC4ig l,, fo4 r the o4l4 j a hil An opriton er fhrilt !he tws lor. what "srp e on .A ing'th. Io11i , i t'i h " v -i cents."' yo, " Iti rte, igh no iwx? 1 It t I y Ii p i , 14h , : ., t . l rb b n " .1 n d r !- :, ill at is the on;ly h~ ha " :-Aep intepA -e, S Lka." "' elln ihoI pio W,'' s Ih MS i 1. hut. Ia lipo'a.'lip-ol . T ih jo h .liv vn thi , :. ri I t ay k1160 ih a nw e i ha d,' t bei niri rsi: , I i ", 1., . I I L \~"al ns t 11, der 's 1 Y"aiI11 .. l h n"' Cul( iv r t o b . i t hii t.. of a1 tavero :e a a d : t W hI y i: .) ?." v r, one h~oh. . l p i i T e seemIIS to la e y vii b ork f 41. v. 1, I " \ l lvd al~ore m . ''p,!i-' ! h'' s y tl u il rd\,:v "t c i, 1 I I low, I' l ,-o i e .- ;o.w1 i , Iril l " -, : . 1 "t, 1. ' work: ? liidn't. h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 18 September 1872

mmams7~~ _1it d z rd r esots&WlimProprietors.] A FamilyPaper, Devoted-to Science ArIqiy nuty and Literatur.[em--3O o nuI dao VOL* V119 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MONI ETM3E 8 I[O1 FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUBi.JCIIED WEEKLY nY DE-SPkRTES & WILLIAMS, -Terma4.-Tn1F HFRAu.0 IS publiM!,d Weet 1y 1h the Town of Wlansboro, at 83.00 n variably in advance. * ] All t'atiksent, advertisements to be paid in advanco. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 per Bquare. A Brutal Mlurder. About eight, o'clock last evening, Henry L. Perrin, clerk of the board of county commissioners, was shot and instantlykilled by Trial Justice L. I. WCoolf on Meeting street, opposite City Park. The two men, in Com. pany with Deputy United States Mar tshal fHendricks and Reid, had been conversing in front of Vulbern's res taurant, a short distanco above T HE SCENE oF T blE lURDER. Woolf, was in linnior, took cffe!nce at some trival remark of Pet ri1's and oursed hiuj as a d-d black-guard. Perrin said, "Woolf, do n...

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. — 18 September 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HEALRD Published Every Weidnesday at WVVNSBORO, S. a, Dy DESPORTES & WILLIAMS. 0 T''JIS-IN AD VANC. One Coply one year, - - $ 3 00 'Vive " " " - - - 12 50 Ten ' - - 2500 -CorrespoHictlc of the la1n l. ALIJANY, N. Y., Seit 9, 1872. M. EDIToR: On Saturday after noon, 7th September, a party of us left New York city for this place, en route for poitits farther North. A dense fog on tho river delayed our arrival until near noon on Sunday too late to mak'e connection %%ith the 'train going North. Shut up here the remainder of the day, we determined to. turn our detention to some purpose ; so immediately after dinner, we went in search of the Albaniy penitentiary, where we knew some of our fell w. citizens were confluted under foul as well as fair pret xts. Arrivit.g at the prison, we entered that portion of these most, love and romantic premises a ppopriated as a family resideine for the Superintendent, Gen. 1'1zLbury. We woe tuvt soeIi. what, urd ially by the Getierul, ...

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. — 18 September 1872

i~p- Etra aop(pa of the NEws ORa be obtained at this office. Price Sets, per copy. One Thousand old papers, suitable for wrapping goods, for sale at 50ots, per hundred. Apply at this office. Ootton Market. For the past week 536 bales of cotton have been sold in this market at 17 to 171 cents. New Advertisem its. W atoh Lost-See advertisement. Groceries & Provisious-T. R. Robertson. Valuable Pantation for sale-Saml. McAliley. Jubt arrived-Baeot & Co. Jubt Received-D. R. Flenniken. Sheriff Sales-L. W. Duvall. Fresh Arrivals at Whites Confeo tiunary. Corn-Field Beans !-McIntyre & Co. "The Dutch have taken Holland." The Republicans carried Maine in the recont State election. 02 Col. Jiai H. Rion has been appoiated chairman of the Democrat io Conservative party of this county. Luoky. Mr. P. Bacot was the winnor of the horse raffled by Nelson & Refo. Forty-three was the num'ier thrown by him. New Goods. Every train brings large quantities of new goods for our merch,.nts. W...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 18 September 1872

The hairfield Herald. ItVDrJHInI:D .7, TK'ERY W FKDNESD.dY . 'Frum Niuht to ight." Old R.1 .iCOormniek, an Cocen Snd nlotor ious ebaracter, has just been i-iiul dead on Lis farm, near Now B1rutswick Now Jorey, uudor ex. traordinary circumistances. Fifteen year., aago he was a prosperousi ,shoaippiig merelantt in Phiadelphia, havinag hs. couitry ueat near Now Brunswick, where he went every week, and where his wife and daugh. ter Alice, at beautiful girl of seven, teen, lived. During the snmmor of 1860 Mrs. McCornaiek died suddenly a.ind mysteriously, and soon after Ai c beenm o engaged to a young ntid wealthy merchant of' Philadelphia. For some inexplicable reaion ho 1 roke the engagement, and suddenly went, to South Anerion. A few days ator, Alice wis f'oitid iii lier chai ber with her throat cut from car to ear. The tragedy ercated the greatest senisatien at the time, and the imuse wats visited by hundreds of' people frmc,tt the irrouning di st ricts. Alany openly said that the poo...

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. — 25 September 1872

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$3.00 uor Annum, In Advanor VOL. VIII.] WINNSBORO. S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2)i8.. THE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUBIi.1RICD WVCKI.Y BY DESPORTES & WILLIAMS, Terna.-Tit HRALn 1-s published Wee ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at 93.00 i variab/y in advance. 2Wi- All transieut advertisements to b paid in adlvanceo. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 pc bquare. A DUEL IN THE DARK. nY JUDGE AlflWNGTON. The city of Vicksburg, Mississippi has always been remarkable, even be fore the reoont war gave her a pro found national intorest. Many years ago she supplied th.e class of writern who furnish the aubstratum for mos of the oiroulating libraries wi'b plot, lark and dreadful enough to satisij even the present craving for sensation The place had been noted from iti earliest settlement for the belligeren character of its inhabitants and the number and atrocity, of...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 September 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HEALRD Publiulhed Every Wednesday at WINNSBORO, A. C., By I DESPORTES & WILLIAMS. I -- TERS3-IN AD VANCE. Ones Copy one year, - - $ 8 00 Pive . . o 4 - 1250 Tea " " " -- 2500 Result of tle Melton-Monlgomery Affir Killing of Capt. J. D. Caldwell. Ono of the most shocking homicides vhich has ever occurred in this city resulted yesterday from the fond which has for some time existed between Judge S. V. Melton and Mr. C. V. Montgomery. And tbo victim was neitbor of the parties abovo named, Capt. Jno. D. Caldwell, who in the progress of the political quarrel. had espoused the cause of Judge MIrthon, and was with him at the timo of his death. It is well known to the roaders of the Carolinian, that Judge Melton was reported to bave charged upon 1r. Montgomery a prominent agency in the isbo1o of alleged fraudulent pay certificates in the Senate during his pro tempore Presidency of that body. Jaast'Thursday, Mr. Montgomery in a card published over his signature In the Phwai...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 September 1872

Cotton Market. For the past week 506 bales of cotton bavo been sold in this market at 161 to 17 cents. New Advertisem -nts. S01ho01 District No. 3-J. C. Cald well, Clork Roeard of Trustee. Tar Heels ltemoved-McLaughlin & Johnston. Lunber-T. R. Robertson. Oflioial-Rt. K. Soutt. Renovl-Davidson & Co. YFall and Winter Goodl,-Wood ward & LAW. Valuablo River Plantitiou for sale -Simuel McAliley. Strayed llorse-Frank Killings worth. Pistols and Coffee. (. W. Mbntmgomery, late President pro ten of the State Smate, is out in a caid, deuuueiig "i ather" everely Judge Melton, Riig candidate for for Attorney-General. lie brands him as a liar, poltroon, atid a coward. "Let us have peace." Obituary. We are pained to learn of the death of Mrs. W. W. Ketohin, wife of our esteemec.td fellow-citizen, Mr. W. W. Ketchin, and daughter of John A. Brice, EI.q. IHer malady was hemorrhage of the lungs, froi which te had been a Etiferer for a long time. Change of Schedule. The north bound train ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 September 1872

The Fairfield Herald. P'UBLISIlED E' JRR ' Wr~ElDvESD./1Y. How Indians Culch Eagles. The son of a physician of Dubuque, who is now stationod at Fort Buford, Daeotah Territory, has written a long letter to his father giving some interesting items with regard to the Indians. An extract is appended : rhe campI of Indians which we visi ed were chiefly engaged in eatching war eagles, to make head dresses. They have a wooden lodge built in the camp where the medicine ceremony necessary to catch is performed. No woman is allowed to enter the lodge. They can come to the door and hand in provisions, but must not erors the threshold. You will not be allowed to spit on the floor, and must set in a certain position of the lodge. You must enter and pass out at the north door. Wash and I were let in to see the ceremonies. When a man goes to trap the eagles, lie first goes to the medicine lodge, and is not allowed to go to bleep until midnight ; he then cats a little and sleeps until the morning s...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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