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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 6 November 1872

* - Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art quirv, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$300 uer Annum In Advano VOL. VIII.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDN DAY MORNING, NOVMEBER 6,1872. INO. 21 FAIRFIELD HERALD 1 Put t ',lI ) wlE', y Iy 7'ern11. --Tift: Is 1an ubishied weeki ly in Iho T,>wn of' Winns.'bor.>, at 03.00 i rar '.l l ai lalce. C Ail A lrm' ient. aivertisenent to be dli in l tvanen. Obituary Noti o and Tibutes 51 00 pert ILlei' fr.?m Ex Giv, i'ipry. TO le 1)n w-t;:ad ,1e II e f ur l'U,-tiiI U ,, . d 'a:u uur 'ut'u nta n : atuj'cac.i, e F i i-L'l'd W. ' )Ion r /.i t nns, ti il & c4' ll' 'ii /. l sit4"L a lit4L. . - Fa'. i:1.t.-:w-i rizu . : I desire to : d- a f,.w wols to) von1 onl thie I.v .i of ItIle hate c v.tonal eb-etion S ,r t I a per:,.n. 11y coneolI ad. lhave ho nyie" to , xprts. \\'hen Iz ccind your n ioumaion, whiic was unlsdilee and unexpreted, I b.:4 no sun (Lgl hopes of s; 1-e 'b ing, : s I did, th:t the U io J: put " . I...

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. — 6 November 1872

THE FAIRFIELD Hfi!tLD Publithed 8'very wedWnesdar at WIWSBORO, S. C., By DESPORTES & WILLIAMS. 0 TE 101S-hI AlD VANCE. Ono Copy one year, - $ 3 0,1 Fit .. .< 64 . .2 . 50 Ten " " " - 2r 00 A Plea for the iu (lux, rRESA.NrMlENT OF TIE GRAND JURY OF VIE'T.R COU.NTY. Tho Grand Jury of the Circuit Court of Chester County, uitdo tie folloviug prest.Iln1leit d 1 i'2 its last fession, coucluded on the 27.h1 Oto. ber :. S-rAT nF 'FOUTl C,.IIONA, Cut's;rt Cou:i-rY, 0.:. !!6th, 1872. To his hunar 'T7. J. Jlacky, Judqe oi 11i ,St'l-r1 (icOt it ofj ,"5u/1 ('urolina : 'TGlic rad Jury, before closil 'their labol's for til )Cear, tVi-iro to beg leave of this IJ 'orcable Cour t, t" appeal 1u ,st e-.re.-tly andi ci re-tp etful ly to 11is li.eleiy, tev Pr ii . t -of the United Sttates, to pancoiL it pal doni to such ctiets ofI i'4 Cun-s wiho are now inl prist abr'ad, tuc'ec ecntence of violating the Enftior'eeic,*ni Act of Conegrent, aid to accord amine ty to those hvticofore charged or i,)n c...

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. — 6 November 1872

Tiaocca1.S au: New Advertisem nts, Stales of Land-L. W. Dvull, Shotiff. I ( rocerios-T. R. Robertson. Executors Salo-John A. Brice, Executor. Ootton, Marketl. For the past week daystii 'l Cotton have been sold in this market at 17 to 178- cents. Machine Poetry. Miry bad a little lamb, She bought it from a sutler It stole so many silver spoon, She named it Benny Butler. [Original claimed, and patent ap p!ied for.] Deolined. Wo have received a comunnieation signed "A Survivor," but as it is not accompanied by the name of the au thor, wo respectfully decline publih ing, as by doing so, wo would be vio lating one of over standing rules. Rich Order. A fait mer rcnt the following order a few days ago to one of our merohante for a gailo: of whibkey: "Monday night Silas bid Jake's jug. TuesdlIay 1.ight Jake hid Silas' jug." Tho mer. cbant didn't ncid the whiskey. Dleati. Mr. James Gibson, an honest and industrious mechanic, defrarted this life in this place on Thursday last. lle leaves a i ...

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. — 6 November 1872

The Fairfield Herald. E T'"ER1'WE VSWESD A 4 . bralitisi Dettriliitd tit Colorrl leople Shall Only be ' Irr to 'S ipport lhe Ruti Citi irIllit Pul y. There ii a colored man named Htephen Brown, a resideit of this city, n ho is a respectitble, or derly ant in. (Ititrios persion, but who like a son. tiible mia, believes that tie whites are his bezt triemie, and therefuro, haa aways acted and voted with the DeoUeratic party, 1Y so doing he incurred the hatred f inany of the in. tolerant culored I=e who wish tIht the negro hhall vote exe< pt as they imay dictate. This ifrelig has nut bt'een confined to AZ usta , but han ex., tend !d ed nse'. th - $ay: air h river to Jian buirga, whrO the itae.l are in the asa ndcay and bolder and wure laub I than inl Augumta. Oil Sm aithsy Iigi t Brown wished to ittel 0chAi in llHam lirg. outl wel't aer s It.e iv-:r, vta mpanied b.y hiS wite and l i , Villians. at color d ini:ta, and hi:s wife. Tiwey entered tho e hurch, anIl Irown conducted Iliitsel...

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. — 13 November 1872

IMIN Desportos & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, inquirv, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$3.00 oer Annum, In Advance VOL. VII.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY ORNIN3 8 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD TO PUBLTSHED WEEKLY BY DESPORTES & WILLIAMS, Term.-Tua HERALD is published Weel ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at 93.00 i wariably in advance. * m All transient advertisements to bi paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 pei square. EFor tho Winnsboro News and Herald.] 100ONLIGIT. [UT ZAID9E.] loonlight, calm, serene and tender, Flooding earth with silv'ry splendor. How thy magic beauties lend a Charm to ev'ry hill and dale. O'er the gloomy, distant green copse, - Rustling loaf and nodding tree-tops, Waving bough and sparkling dow-drops, Thou art resting like a veil. Calmly smiling on the river, Whore the wavolots dance and quiver, And the trembling starboams shiver, As they take their nightly sail. Falling through the cottage window, None to ba...

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. — 13 November 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD PaliheI 'EvrV Weinesda; at WIJ~N8IloR~O, 2. O, p, (1a DPESPORTESI~ & WR'LLIAMS. dl --0 11t 'Ri lS--IN AD VANCE. d I ((1ne ('4py one year, - . $ 8 00 di Foe " -' " . . - 12 60 b5 Ten " " -- 25 00a A loIel G vlIor. -i Thim promises of tho I"Ov. W\-. 11. li pisiding (hlecr of the Sum-1 t- r (Souith Carolina Conference) i)ist ii', were receit ly broken into in t'e c 121.n iht timtle, 111141 rIIjbed ofl ll' valual u ti elidine 1n111( clothing. lis brother, W d. '. Floming, . of the Sumter aI I a r, undertook to work lp tihe C e1. 0, and1 oon had two notorious of t2lers lodLed in jail, proofto of their 'T Ilt in hand, and (he stolcn property .1I tra(ed, recovered and reistored to ihc owin'. F. J. Mloses, Jr., the t;vornor elect, went to the commit, ting Trial d ustice Ilirst, and had one of' the culprits, Jes.,o iogs, ti rnied t o iponi the COmmu an lity, upon n ((raw) live hundred dollar boud, n'red as follows: his mark. ;,,11083 811 A 1'E M SI N G 1 MTON, F. J. ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 13 November 1872

New AdvertiseF * I. Notice-John I. Oatbeart, Ad'r: Sheriff Sales-L. W. Duvall. Eggs-T. R. Roberston. Masonic Meeting-W. G. Jordan, Secretary. Don't fail to read the inducemejts offered by Bacot & Co. Just Beceived-D. R. Flenniken. Final Notice-D. R. Flenniken, Clerk. Cotton Market. For the past week 353 bales of Cotton have been sold in this market at 16a cents. Editorial Change. Mr. W. 11. MoCaw, former editor of the Columbia Phoenix, has taken charge of the editorial department of the Carolinian. Mr. McCaw is an r.ble writer, and we wish him success in his new sphere. The Election. The election Tuesday pasded off quietly with one exception. There were 960 votes polled at this preoinot, with the following result: Grant and Wilson, 749 Greeley and Brown, 209 O'Conor and Adams, 2 Total, 960 Terrible Fire in Boston. Our telegraphic columns contain an account of an extensive conflagrad tion in Boston, destroying upwards of 200,000,000 millions Dollars of pro perty. Dr. Isaiah Simps...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 13 November 1872

The Fairfield Herald. PI:B L I IFD . ER Y' T 'DX'SD.A.Y4 . A lcr Withouit a 81ui11t. Wh ile every one is speakingv of the present peason as b-oing reinarkale in its characteristics, a co.rrospondent of i the Boston Globo has gathered for the re01de3 of that paper some reliaL ble facts of the year 1816, known as "the year vithoitt r- sunner." Fev persons now living can recollect it> hut, it was the coldest ever known thr'ugh EuroEpo and Amrtica. The following is a brief abstract of the weather during eacb month of the vcar : anua rV was mid-o nuoh so as 1t rendlr ft iOranost, t4nedlos in par. Iors. Deceitber previous wis very Ihnvi5ry was not very cold. With the cpC(j.ti%-- of a few days it Wasl Mild, like its predecessor. March v:ai cold and bolitorous dt riTy the first p ait of it ; the romaii a er was mild. A great frchet on the I )hio and Keniotueky rivers caused groat loss of property. A pril began warm, but grow colder as tie monet h advanmed, and ended with snow and ice iak...

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. — 20 November 1872

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature lTerms---$3.00 or Annum I Advatier VOL. VIII.] W-VINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING NOVME1BIl 20, 1872 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 'UnLISUND WEEKL.Y nY DESPORTES & WILLIAMS, Terms.-Tux IIaAu is published Wee ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at 03.00 in variably in advance. Aki- All transient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 per square. A Drunken Murder in Piek ens-A Cold Blooded Affair. On Friday evening the 8th inst., R. M. Iughes, a white man, son of Larken Hughes, who lives in Pickens, about three miles from the Court House, while on his way to the cotton gin was murdered by Julius Durham, a neighbor, living about one and a half miles from the murdered man. The circumstances of this cold blooded murder aro related to us as follows: Mr. Ihughes was taking a load of his cotton to be ginned. Ho was sitting on the rear of the load, a ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 20 November 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HE RALD"a Pniblided Lvvvy We.inesday. at it IIr 'Y DESPOllTES & WRU I.A3MS. TP ERlIS-.IN A D '. INC ' One Copy one year, .- - S 3 O TP Cise " 4 6 " -2 - - ) 1't 1 Ten " i " - ' 4 10 A Brillaf Assasslinlion. A e.fiY 4 1t:sIp1.1) MES Dri.in en A+4)T'f MCIIAI A YVoNO (htORmAN. Ti'Olascock Potity, near the line dividing Glatcoeck and Washington Conitiis, is a bridge kiiwii as Kitch ot's ' Bridge. A bont one hundred yards from this bridge, a young man i'Amed Reiiben Armor has recently erected ia small store house, where lie hias been keiping a mit l stook of goods ,niti ble for te enmintry trade. For n wo or three wecks pas-t ir. a fritend of Mr. Armor ( we withhild his full name fur the pres 01t) has been oni a visit etaig in tile store, and sleepinig inl tho bacic room wi th Araior, whici wasocedpied 1114 a bed room. On Saturlay after ttoonu Armor, wIho was drintinug, had ft ditfieni1ty With sM pr n.-0h particulara of which our informntt. does not know--t, a house 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. — 20 November 1872

Iotton Market, For the past week 579 bales of cotton have been sold in this mar het at prices ranging from 161 to 17 cents. No* Advertisements. Sperm Oil-ioMaster & Brice. Money Wanted-MoMaster & Brioe. Tax Notie-IH. A. Smith, Treasu. rer, Horse Malady. The horse malady is here. No fatal results thus far. The disease is said to be atmos pherio and not contagious. There is no danger of horses catohing it by com ing into town. Cold Snap. Yesterday was ushered in with real wintry weather. A genuino old norther was blowing, and ice was abundant. We advise our friends to preparo for winter, for we think it has set in in earnest. Job Printing. We invite the public to call and examine our stock of cards, bill. heads, letter heads, &o. Our work will compare favorably with any other in the State. Samples always on hand for exhibition. Sudden Death. Mrs. Copes, wife of Captain James Copes, died very suddenly of heart disease in this place on Thursday night. Mrs. Copes was a native...

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. — 20 November 1872

TJ"eFLf ierald. "F'/11 RV Ii'EJ).YESD. . Gira ittg hei CSll. TheWebyonenriespondent11 of, the S:avaliIah AI untiier, writuei as f~o:l"%w. flwm Washing11(tonl: There is it. determin.d effort to 1.avo the vlored elemient recogniz.-d i il m oft u l tcbijet. F'o V the ,clhi,,i-of ,John g lawyer inl VI 'Isingtonl, and IoirIItnerly a l:(ical poilitic.al imisiounry inl the 8outh, fur Attorne'y General, are pt, forth i iI a strlig editorial ill the Washinlltol t'bronicle of this Imori niu' . Th e al ti biV6 ns written by ex-Menastor flarlan, the intimato friend and counselor of G rat, IWas ev iICn tl in Isp Iired it the White Iiue, ataI~l is ConlSide:d a fee cr. It isi a.el known th at Grant is disponed to acknowledg the vllue of the, coh-red4 vote by bes towinlg o siomo Wnomber.,9Ihat race tho highe4t Jitih scal psf icl Cs and if Iie re enltsandall on is made st rong einrsegh, there is; n1o doubt! but (hat mLngston will be made a Uabinuet off .xr. i.t, is Cwr -fit th-,t' ittri()i tn di v h...

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. — 27 November 1872

mono Men" Despotes Wila s Prpitr. '4%* Fa iy-aeDvtdt cec' rIqiv nutyadLtr VLe V1119 IW-,.NBR- S.. WEN--A MR TH E FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUnII.18HIID WEFKLY n47 IDESPORTES & WILLIAMS Term*v.-Tun tsRnALD is publislhed W, ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at, 93.04 variably in advance. PAO A1l transient. advertisements tc paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 square. Jidge Molton's 0 r Restrainlng Trev tire ' kct. The following its thle order of Jud Melton enjoininig Treasurer Park from the further use or disburseite of moneys received from taxes ; State of South Carolina, County Richland-In the Common Plei F. L. Cardozo, plaintiff, vs. Nil G. Parker, as Stat Treasurer, a otherS defendants. Upon hearing the complaint in tl action, verified by the oath of the sa plaintiff, and upon motion of Mess Carroll & Janney, attorneys for t said plaintiff, it is ordered: TlI Niles G. Parker, treasurer of the sti State, and the defendants, the Sou Carolina Bank tand Trust Coipat and ...

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. — 27 November 1872

TH E FAIRFIELD HERALD Published Every WeJnosday at WINNSBORo, S. C., DY DESPORTES & WILLIAMS. -0 TERMS-IN AD VANCE. One copy one year, - $ g 00 Fle "6 * " - -& 12 60 Ton " " " - - 25 00 tllustraion of Carpet Bag U1le. ,G Ros 'A(!5sE OF POWER DY POW ERs, Vift'boVElition, BY DRE, OP TIE STATE OF AMES-GRANT. The Urandon Rep iblican and For. est Hill Register, have related the particulars of a high handed proceed. ing on the purt of acting Governor Po i. era, convicting hiu not only. of double-dealing) but of gross usurpa. tion of power. It is stated that lie gave to one Luther Smith authority to arrest a cititein of Soutt county on1 u charge of shouting another person. Ienutime, the Grand Jury of the county met, and on Investigation of the oane it failed to find a true bill against Bailey. Subsequent to this dooi-ion of the grand Jury, and when Bailey haod been virtually acquitted of the crnme alleged against him, lie was met on the highway by Smith and killed--Smith claiming t...

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. — 27 November 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HERALI Publisihed Every Wedneada7 at WINNSBORO, S. C., Dy DESPORTES & WiLLIAMS O TERMS--iN AD VANCE. One Copy one year, - . Five " " " - - - 12 Ten " " " - - 251 Illustration of Carpet Bag Rule. GROSS 'ABUsE OF POWER DY POWER rIfWOOVEuon, BY DnEVIrT, OP Ti1 STATI OF AMEs-GR ANT. The Brandon Repu lblican and Fu est Hill Register, have related til particulars of a high handed procee ing on the part of acting Governor Po era, convicting him not only. double-dealing but of gross usurp tion of power. It is stated that I gave to ono liuther Smith authorit to arrest a cititet of Soutt county c a charge of shooting another perso Meantime, the Grand Jury of ti county met, ind on Investigation < the case it failed- to find a true bi against Bailey. Subsequent to th d-,ision of the grand Jury, and wh< Bailey had been virtually accitte of the orime allogod against hin, I was met on the highway by Smni and killed.-Smith claiming to act u der the mandate which had been i h...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 27 November 1872

Telegraph.. Foreign Newg. LoNDON, November 23.-A report is current that King Amedeus is dead, but it is officially reported o that he is better. 8 News Item. CusicAoo, November 21.-A St. I Paul special approbend1s that 800 11 track layers on the exte-nion of \Vino. it na and St. Peters' Railroad ma:y perish. They are beyomil uivilization, and the severe storm of Thursday has detained their supplies. No prepara tions were iiade to avert tuch a oa- i lamity. A train of eais wilh two lo coiotives; stat ted, but they have not reached their dotinatiou. Two ad. ditional locomotivos were attached ti half way to the relief train, but the r snow drifts and inteuse cold chocked t the train which when last heard from d Was stuck fast in the snow foity miles i west of Sleepy Eye, and eighty miles t, west of the suffering men. It is fear u ed the men at the end of the track C have starved. e Twenty store', shops and saloons tl were burned here to-day, involving a loss variouly estiniated at from...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 27 November 1872

Telegzea-,ytr.eo. Foreign News. LoNmor, November 23.-A report is current that King Amedeus is dead, but it is officially reported that he is better. News Ilema. CHICAGO, November 21.-A St. Paul special apprehends that 800 truck layers on the exteniLion of \Vm11. na and St. Peters' Railroad niy perish. They are beyond civilization, and the severe storm of Thuisday has detained their supplies. No prepara. tiors were made to avert such a on lauity. A train of cais with two lo. comotives staited, but they have not reached their dc.tiination. Two ad. ditional locomotives were attached half way to the relief train, but the snow drifts and intense cold checked the train which when last heard from was stuck fast in the snow for ty miles west of Sleepy Eye, and eighty miles west of the suffering men. It is fear ed the imen at the end of the track have starved. Twenty store-, shops and saloons were burned here to-day, involving a loss varioutlv estimated at from three to five hundred thousand...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 27 November 1872

mie arir iad tierald. PUBLI$HED EJ"ERYWEDVESDAY. ' 105nal] U S 'Of ofthq4 .9p1ew $If ZAIDIE. nter Gook with her head bandaged e 'p in something like a sheet or table. aloth. Mrs. Jones--"Well Jane, what is 0 the matter ? What made you so late d about. coning up to get breakfast " "Got a desput headache mum-like h to died las' night." "You don't ealculite upon ouring It, do you, while you've got that enor mous bandage on It ? I believe P though it is a peculiarity of your race to steam your heads when any. thing gets wrong with them. "Well mum, be dat as hit may tant no use to 'souse de subjiok-white folks an' colored folks neber kin agree in dis wort-we'll fOne out who'll be de bes' in do nex' do. What yer ' gwiue ter hab fur brakus I" Mrs. Jones slightly vexed-"Why I got out breakfast last night and put r it the eupboard in the kitchen as I tsnally do. Did you not look in there '' "Well I furgot to put dat Mackel In soak and I guess as how dey would'nt tase good this mornia'-I ki c...

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 December 1872

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. [Terms--.$3.00 ter Annum, In Advanor VOL. VIII.] WINNSBORO. S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4,1872. [NO.25 TilE FAIRFIELD HERALD I PUBnLrSiHED W1.s.Y BY DESPORTES & WVILL W1"A M , T..rm t..-Tu tib 1.uA , is ItutblisPh v4 Week ly il In le Town of Wimn'shor3, a 83.00 in variab>ly in winael. riy-j6" All transient adivertisenments to be p ritt i ill 11vance. Obiut nry Notices and Tributes $1 00 per 1100TY BOTHER. Bother ! was all John Clatterby sixil: Itis breath Catmte eliick, and his cheick was le flourlishdl his elhows, andE lookd ab While over and over his '' bothe:" I heard. Iarder and hartier the fellow worked, Vniiinly andt Savagely still h1ie jerl'kd : TIE b0oot la011'on, Wouli <lanlgIlU an1l it a P - 61101her !" anEl thu 1:e bursted the siii,. ''My boy,E stil I, in tone like a floe. "Why nut -ulhein ! -try thC imiate of that boot, Or the other foot a g...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 4 December 1872

THE FAIRFIELD H[R[D r b, C-.o bI. -l TCn a x I 0 -r L ,0 -11 . (:1 te 61rfI 11P11v ite it rimm d(aI.itj1 14 ItIOU j.W TL fo P Jo I. ..il .. fpc We ir l t 1 1 'f1-Tr X u eIian in 'i tlai t I he i a ' TK be1 t .. 10 ;I . :; 0 v ted u cWnb tit tional- I t 1. n v! I i. h ith :- in in 1 m 1"T ('ta.urier p li sin-el th, n<'i tot I. ;olec' di'l*.t a b~ ' e 1:ei ty. h- i -li o n Gitm -o'. o' 1 hA U A.t: . : it .. :, :'''i I iIdL~Ijt I -iiie nude 10 . ! h a f n olett ed Irt i. ,irt 1o th I 'i 1) e i I Th ". I r t -1 - i t 1) d ! i m -,'. 1 k . - 1;%_ I : 9'x tiv l' .i I -i' d me t of be II 4 i ja i. etoa i ll'. I Itn Ur "L'Io a .' 9 . t . I, pen e I (blta'gI Riltd ilt ) a ll-:'tu I ll (h 1: It t' e at -. e r 11 ;1 i w l ' 'a Cdiil or I) I i, IS tI~ T -f 1% t Ibut il (It ito~9 I ta (~I f i - it u h bli 6 1 lrt w [Id alf' th hib uarantee, lif in b .1 A hon I thilel .1 i , .ni w 11 \1aa 1:'. . ;a ti. :2 9 e -- t, ti ll 114ta,., I ]Iv IGts andl t e t.' amt t Is o u e Cutty, nidedft4 at hevett...

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