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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 7 June 1882

PTflE NEWS AM) HERALD. WDvNSBORO, S. C. IWEDXESDAT, Jane 7, : : : 1882. E. STEAJS'S DAVIS, editos. jyo. S. ZEYXOJLDS. associate ebitob. It is very likelv that neither Kobeson nor his man Keifer will return to Congress next year. Neither the country nor their respective constituencies can stand much more of them. The people 01' Georgia are not unanimous over Alex Stephens. The Macon Teleyrarih thinks he is old enouirh and feeble enough to retire, and gives strong reasons why he is not the man to strengthen the Democracy. Uncle Alex will be elected "allee samee." a desire has been expressed in certain quarters to nominate Senator Hampton for governor at the approaching State Convention. A correspondent of the Xetca and Courier ^ says that Senator Hampton has no de-ire to run, and that he is tired oi politics. Attorney General I>i:ewsteii i? getting along more slowly with the .Star Rouie thieves than he did with ??? 1- the political prosecutions. From t lie reports it would seem tha...

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. — 7 June 1882

| . LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. "wednesday, June 7. : : * : 18s2 __ L* ^Terms of The News and Herald ' r-Tri-weekly edition, four dollars pei s$&nui/i, in "advance; weekly edition vvWO dollars and fifty cents per annum & ? .. ~in advance. Liberal discount to ciubs ' of five and upwards. Rates ok Advertising.?One dollai per inch for the first insertion, anc fifty cents per inch for each subseq .ten: insertion. These rates apply to all ad vcrtisements, of whatever nature, anc are payaoie smcuy in auvam v;. v^uutracts for three, six or twelve month.' made on very liberal terms. Transient local notices, fifteen cents pei ane for the first insertion and sever and one-half centg per line for eacf: subsequent insertion. Obituaries and t tributes of respect charged as adverse isements. Simple announcements 01 T f .marriages and deaths published free oi "barge, and solicited. 4.11 communications, of whatsoever nature, should be addressed to the H & Winnsboro Publishing Company B Mr Wi.ms...

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. — 7 June 1882

FOR THE FAIR SEX. Married la B.kyrae. A Maine justice of the peace used this ceremony ai a mock wedding. I .Beneath this roof in pieasant weather, - I join this man and maid together. Let none bnt him who rules the thunder Put this man and maid asunder. The conr is held the marriage was Jegal and the town had to support the Wife, who was abandoned by her hus- j band, a'lthongh it set np the claim that the contract was a bogus one. A Bride's Dowry in Inbia. One of the danghters of Meer Goolam i / Baba, Newab of Snrat, has just been married, and this is what the people ; 3aw who gathered to watch the bride's ' dowry carried to the bridegroom's house: j?- ? A cavalcade of elephants, horses, carriages and palkees led the procession. ; After them came a number nf female ! Bervants, all in snow white clothes, each Rearing in her hands a covered tray. About fifty youth3 followed with rose fc water dec inters of silver on silver ir*-" salvers. Then came 500 coolies, some with magnificent be...

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. — 14 June 1882

WEEKLY EDITION WI2WSBOBO, S. O^^^'NESDAY, JUNE 14, 1882; , ESTABLISHED IN 18M^ I w?a??a?MB??i?WP??q?M *" i ~ After Marriage. lodgers thp.ee days after, ?3?y precious popsy-wopsy, lovo, benevo I'm going oat," he softly said; broadAnd she upon hits maniv breast, "It's ? All lovingly reclincd her head. ?e2ecti t?You will not leave yonr birdie, dear?" ness ? N f. *1 will not, darling; rest content"? jL.^/ And then they kissed a dozen times? nitely HL -"By-bye!" *1Vta!v' And eo he went. a little THREE WEEKS AFTE2. MTlVal rwith a . "'ITy dear, I'm going oat to-night. orandu don't sit ap? I may be late." She laughed a pretty little laugh ? know," - "Oh, never fear, I shall not wait." gort of Then, having lighted his cigar, but cl Above her in the chair he bent, down t And kis'jed her somcwliat languidly? have ta A single kiss?and so he went. thing \ "But THREE MONTHS AFTER. B^ybei "Irene, I'm going out to-night." "To* > She does not even raise her eyts Pit2fad Erom Mrs. Blankwhito's lat...

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. — 14 June 1882

THE NEWS AM) HERALD. 0s !he 301,1 of 11 * i ? who made Arthur WINNSBORO, S. C. to be hanged. Th< ? President wall cahi 1TEI>XESDAT, June 14, : : : 1883. . _ . or drink bis wme i r. means davis. editor. oblivious apparent sno. s. beyxolds. associatb Editob. of his benefactor. ? , ? ??= = j any conscience in I A graded public school has been feel uncomfortable started in Charlotte, N. C. es tight. With ? m . . 1 Stalwarts have sua B Victor Hcgo .3 over eighty- years of ^ old, and has his secretary filled with L,lof Garfield'spit republished manuscripts. j ^^ wo(t ^ mak( Radicals and sorofieads are cor1 in- J of the South and ing to wrest North Carolina from the government of the Democracy. May they be utterly con- pic down here hav founded. I (*uiteau as an in j| m ! suffering for an ac Judge "W allace has lost none of his better, arc reaping geniality since assuming the judicial we shoul?l rcmcrnl ermine. He presides with ability, j ba(] Guiteau's bull dignity and suavity, and ...

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. — 14 June 1882

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Unclaimed Letters.?'Th< ? - - =. ing is a list of leti.crs remai Wednesday, June 14. f : : 1882.; claimed in the Winnsboro p L. :?? Mrs. Margaret Bell, Mrs. ! Tek>is of The News and Herald. Brown, Jesse Chappell, Miss -Tri-weekly edition, four dollars joe/ Chisolm, Mrs. Ailsev Crai, annuM, in advance; weekly edition, ^ ' . ... T" /-i , L two dollars and fifty cents per annum, ^eter G-allagher, W. J. Gordo jp in advance. Liberal discount to clubs Johnson, Mrs. Jane Jordan, of five and upwards. Lvkes, 2, Mrs. Jenett Moses Rates of Advertising.?One dollai horo, Sallie Smith, James1 per inch for the first insertion, a ad ; ~ w:nn fifty cents per inch for each subseq ient " ' insertion. These rates apph to all ad Notice.?We have ovcr.'aa mrficomoni c AT WniltPVCT ll&tU l"C? ailtl are pavabie^rfctlv in advance. Con- j put our nuns in nrst-ciass tracts for three, six or twelve months j grinding wheat, having had made on very liberal terms. Trail- , roads leadi...

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. — 14 June 1882

FAIT* roll THE CUEIOUS. Foil JKE FAlii SJ , .A Curious Auorcme Chapman savs taat the Bushmen cf South Africa thought his big wagon was | pele.e li . ..e n>ost e. - tie mother cf bis small one aadlt:' n t0'c.e c!Jarms.0I \ . . - , - .. s women. This is a circul Ewver iz,ow,wu leei 01 lumrer are wcoJ ,srionsl? carved a2 estimated to have been destroyed by and gei erally'about two in the Pennsylvania forest fires. anetar. It is worn in ih< Mounds havs been found in the Pyr- which, of course, becomes enees as distinct in their resemblance extruded to receive it, auo to animal forms as any American pears simply lite an india-' mounds. round the ornament. Of The great army with which Xenes I insertion of so large a pisce invaded Greece is reported by ancient; ing material is a prolongec historians to have numbered 2,317,OCO j The process commences ii men, women and children. j by the insertion of a wcod< ! master uapps uecsaam, ageu twelve! l-uo &WA iuu u icm> years, of Ba...

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. — 21 June 1882

WEEKLY EDITION. WIXNPDORO, S. C., wSlDKESDAY, JUNE 21, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1844. 'M ? ? ' li ? . I! * The Cuckoo Son?. bridge, and, leaning over the rail ,. tr-. r> n * ?. t no very distinct notion of how I w < ? K, ir Be.!, ?, me*, IKW to- to let, Kited for ot man will lo *.u> ? ... tv ,pr.?s together, j conld V. Ill a bails wire Uoomrng everywhere, Tw0 hoars had pa5se(j. the SO! /?d ir ww golden weather! beginning to go down; and I wa An l ?I ,wu tha iai:e< b.side the farm preparing to console mveelf wit \s / You roamed beside me, tripping lightly, notion that the man had gotwi 1-lushing yon hung upon my arm, otir intention, and gODe by ai ^ An i ihe .-ma'i gloved hand presaed tightly! ronte, when I became aware of tl BL And the orchis sprang proach of a solitary pedestrian. In the scented meadow, came nearer I ran over the descr V And the throstle sang of the man I wanted?which ] In the greenwood shadow; learned by heart?and atonu* cci w? And your eye3 were bright ed...

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. — 21 June 1882

V;, " .. "f THE NEWS AND HERALD, j**- Small* ?=- 1 ? ? | ed contestant WINNSBORO, S. C. j the door. WEDNESDAY. Jane 21. : : : 1S82.j BlT a shor --^=== -? ! the closing o1 a. means t>a.vjs, Editor. i . _ c jnu. s. Reynolds. Associate Editob. j ie emocra __ _ j up to the net ^ nvi ; selves. thfirn JUDGE .JERE m.ACX, urovernur m-; den and General Haucock are .said to j have not av; be holding "conferences." - privilege. 1 Vexsok has got on the right track disfranchisin at last, in predicting a cold summer, j election will Fires on the 13th of June arc an un- party. A m wonted spectacle. j vote: but he ? , i does not tiiki Oregon was earned tor tlie Repub-; _. -r, i> -i !t0 vote it he hcans bv the Northern Pacific Kail-! 4 A , , * ,, trust that al road. The monopolies srenerallv range , . . xi -r,"v i " rn, : forward pro themselves with the Radicals. JLhe\ . i will oe in fij. are birds of a feather. j . , .' t , lias always I Sam Randall would rather keep his made. fseat in Congre...

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. — 21 June 1882

- I " LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. and *ec him- IIe Messrs. R. J. Md tosdnesday, Jwne 2i, : : : 1382- the attention of farm* ? . =rrrr- }tJes for farnishin<r f ^ Terms of The News axt> IIeuald. among which the} -Tri-weeklv edition, four dollars pe/ Eclil)Se Steara EngirK annuu, in advance; weekly edition, - two dollars and nicv cents jtfrr annum. - ? in advance. Liberal discount to clubs and the Van "Winkle < ? of live and upwards. these eome backed bi Kates ok Advertising.?One dollai n:nlc f,.Air) ? x- i uiais iiom iaimers w i-. per inch tor the first insertion, and , , , , fifty emits per inch for each subsec <ent t"cm t0 thorough pre i insertion. These rates apply to all ad fore making purchase f" _ vcrtisements, of whatever nato re, and ning and packing-, f 51 re payable strictly in advance. Con- i snre to evaminp ,T1P R V tracts for three, six or twelve months , r ptm n , ? made on very liberal terms. Trail- ^ssrs. R. J. McCarl sient local notice, fifteen cents per tworf,x f...

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. — 21 June 1882

FARE, GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD, i fat, and a fat pig is 43 per j and 4A per cent. Tat. Idteciiton F.uit Trees- j ^00(J ashes make a goc Take espcnal paics to destroy all eggs , for tree5> Mised coa found npon ice branches and trunks of ashes mav also be applied , frn;t t?ee.^ Examine the ends of the Gronnd bones are bet smaller tw:gs for 02cs of the tent cater- . o11 Vl-_,1c ihort p'Jlur, which may readily be seen be- i *""1 " v*"*" I?? fere the leaves appear, in the form of; fi-- broad rings glued* uoon the branches, i quality of the milk Scrape cfT all dead bark from the trunk i *^7 influenced by the rich and large limbs a .d wash with a strong ' watery gras H" solution of foft soap. Bark scale is a a^y yield a moderate quant most destructive insect in many sections j addition cf oilca of the country, and if only a few joung ! crease both the yield and ai< trees are affected, it will be best to dig Dess- The alteration in the < them out root and branch, bum them, oi milk by p...

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. — 28 June 1882

^f^vv^rcv puTTTftw ^ WINNSBORO, S, C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1882 ESTABLISHED IN 1844. " *'f in sa jl ajx/xxivii. s ?? ?? e* | Of What Avail. ' wonderful, and. even "( How human life repeals au oft-told tale; to For some rich distant port we set our sail, ^ ^ * Bat if we founder and the voyage fail, fhe loing> which took c Of what avail? along with it, the hnnt ! Of what avail the glowing dreams of youth, of a slight nature, and v If they must wake to life in forms uncouth. him sufficient to bother "While all fulfillment in a joyous truth, But for the timely a] Thev lack lorsooth ? there could be no cjuest BBb, " fate, as he sank exUaus' B Of what avail the man's ambitious pride, tre6) -^hich was exCi aHSr Towering above all other aims be?ide, for one to climb unc if at the last its ghost sits by his side, stances. But to deriue ? Amone the mountaii Of what avail the scholar's cultcrcd thought*; feared and hated Jim I The artiet's ski'l to fine perfecfcon brought; Daffield, late Un...

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. — 28 June 1882

"* ~ ' THEJCEWSJtSD HEKALD._ [ j^'s ?'^; "VVIXNBBQRO, S. C. | rejitthaii by tlie ig"n< .--sr.- i relieves the voter fix WEDNESDAY. June 28, : : : 1ss2. \ _ . . ! sotiMiIv before the ! k. means davis, Editor ! busy season of the V ,iso. s.-Reynolds, associate Editor. | Under if. tt!llc?sa A xew railroad, two hundred and he cannot vote. If forty miles in length, from Roanoke, his name, if he be { Virginia, to Kagerstown, Maryland, payer, can be carrici has just been completed. * books for next year. _ ~ 77t ."V . AVe have called T:?f. California Democrats are giv- , , _ , . . .. . . ,. " i scheme before, but i jng?>ohn Chinaman the mischief?on . ? * , ,, , J , opening' of the ones: paper; and thev hope to earn* the . . ,, ? * it a* am to the carcfi State tnerebv. , m tll our Jaw makers. The two wings of the Democratic party ^ ~ of Tennessee united on General Bate! The Reappo for governor, and a faction has subse-1 t;,c Xeics and quently bolted the nomination. When what it calls ...

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. — 28 June 1882

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. | is published semi-weekly at ?-x- _ . year in advance. "We wish M YTEDXESDAT, Jane 28. : : : 1SS2 SUCCOSS ill his enteprisC. "tkp.msoftnf.xew5 and TIkrau.. Gooj> Times C?nx?.-Sac -Tri-weeklvedi'iun. fonr dollars pa : cheering: and significant lieadii jnvci.i, in advance: weekly edition, j new advertisement of Messrs. two dollars ana nuv <;ym> y/tr/ (jiiamiiei*. wtncn appears in > jji advance. Liberal discount to cuius: , . ' . ' . ty; of rive and upwards. ! column. Roalixmff the fact I Kates ok Advertising.?One dollai : to be a year o f prosperity 3-i r inch for the first insertion. &i:<\ field, thev call the attenti<?i fifty cents per inch for each subseo cent j peo])jc t0"tlie j,00<| recult5 of n, insertion. Theso rates applv to ail ad j. . . , PP iwmcnts, of whatever" niro . e, uul ?? ,1,c?' .llomcs- r? j repayable strictly in advance. Con-;1'10/ wi" keep constantly 011 tracts for three, six or twelvemonths well assorted stock ofjewe ...

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. — 28 June 1882

m " "" POPULAR SCIENCE. ! FARM, GARDEN AM) HOU> ' I T-, , ? t, A Good Way to l>e Bra* JS?*1". E,?na H- Wr S i Many often bu.n all their br contrary to the genera. bel.ef a thick , (hs t ircIni f otchard k covering of snow does jot protect the ; en(J ^ ^ 8 B ^ 6oU as effectually as does tnrf from the , d ^ 6htnbs and tr severest oold and frost. . . j add ranidly to their no*th as PnHnnorr *>rtn?nmnnfi? fcP?>ms fcn bA nr_ ^ .1 - > ? 1 ?? ?c---- -- we pat some imcsiy Deneai a frequent cause of death among tele- trees oa a saTjdvJ goil a u graph operators. The cau>e assigned j ago, and although they tad be, is the peculiarly strained posit*on the stopped in their growth, as soo operator is obliged to assume in receiv- | brQsh b(?gan t0 dec theJ 8ta ,ing message. fresh, and have grown as fast ! Anta have becn known Jo build mud : trees on the sarue kind of s stables, where aphides are kept as milch I done, under which we spreai cows. Being fond of a milky fluid | same t...

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. — 5 July 1882

WEEKLY EDITION. WIXNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1844. ^ ' - ; : Ti;e Li^ht of Days Long1 Past. ''Yes/' said she, with i Onr afternoon of life has come, ness, ^' the J" ^.re &t hon Ita darkening hoarb are here; walk in. t T<* evening i>ba lows lengthen op^limg the nea | V An- -ho nigs: * drawing near. motioned him to enter t V ?v _ ^ , .7?. tiierem, how was he to fa % ^ la brght. to some t(j0 coal_cellar> or that t] ith cloude i* ov?cast. the door would bo shut ai fr-' / Bui st.ii upoa yn* present smiles, hilil? mjgf The light 01 dcys long past "There !" cried Poliy, i Th<? autumn ' f oar life is here, dark eyes shining like b; |k^ Vj BumiRei flow ere ait cJe.vi, cheeks turned from dead! Th* ?p*<;d'.nj? f'iy still i:a charm, 16^* , WT Antf voi'Og ii? 3 io-v re-L ?toP, a nut(; P?" What -hou-n the river to the sea sJlQed ?;e' fr,om tb? 0 k do?- ;Th.e;i,s?m;,6" If Upon it, ** ,;,,3 .oil .mita, _ 'Yes- JPolly, "the n. v u r i i * iott are mist...

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. — 5 July 1882

~ " i ? ? .... timm. . ... .. >1 jii.i'r-uji.ij j. Li mil ill. TUT? \n?w^ i VT\ uri? u n I the more pressing problem X1.UTIU JLX.juxvxi.JJJL/. - - . solved with satisfaction the ture will have done well. WlJvNSBORO, S. C. into a general tinkering rau ? ^ - incnr the danger of mak: Wednesday. july s, : : : 1S83. breaches while patching old ( it. we Ays davis, editor. Political Notes. tXO. S. BETXOIDS. ASSOCIATF Ewaa. ^ T)clnocrats^ CaUfo, TT . .... . . nominated General Stonemai Senator Hill is still improving rp. ... , . ernor. The choice is deeme * ow m m one, and strong hopes are ei Dox Cameron's little rebellion in of carrying the State. Pennsylvania is progressing nicely. The Pennsylvania Republ m no nearer a reconciliation tl Harvard College has at List made Ex-Attorncv General Lear, an Lh. D. of Charles O'Conor. He dent of the'first lar ? nhnnlil tiOT-a liod tKlC titlp VPQI-e !)(m. _r i , ,, , ,, . w'^ i rexaseu to anena uus conv Several papers predict that Hamp- *ts reasse...

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. — 5 July 1882

n : LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. |???a tte bo. .? .- thirty minutes. 1 ^TEDXESDAY, July 5. : : : 18S2 placed in a Coffin :?? ? : : r?r svas buried witllOl Terms of The News and Herald. monv. The dock -Tri-weckly edition, four dollars. pa , " f M bn anauM, in advance; weekly edition. 1 - two dollars and fifty cents 'perannum. Peerless Potv in advance. Liberal discount to clubs V,. , . *tI of five and upwards. I iie }.ews and ti Rates of Advertising.?One dollai to Mrs. Jas. H. B per inch for the first insertion, and less" Irish potato City conts per inch for each subseq ient C(]jv fine?peerlesi insertion. These rates apply to all ad * vor-iseinents, of whatever natoi'e, and 11 are payable strictly in advance. Con-r . T,rpopT.vT tracts for three,, six or twelve months . " * ' ' "* i^adi on very liberal terms. Trail- t,ou t^ie differ cm-?nt i,rvf?/?oa sprits r>er Democratic Couu f" ^ AVV/Cii UVW\ vw?j U.ww.. ? ~? x __ _ . _ _ ; yJ . ine for the fU*st insertion and seven mittee is directed ran...

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. — 5 July 1882

? FARM. (-JAliDDN ANli KOL'SEIIOLI). j branches with, this water. To ? I plant lice take three and a half Mi.veu K&ncivs. | 0f qaassia chips, add five d In a discussion at a farmers' club Staves-acre seed in powder; p meeting in Chatsuquji county, N. Y., j seven pints of water and boil d< the president said: "We cannot always | J?iuts. ^When cold the^ 8 iuiiuw we uajicees tr>at suits us oesi. is reauy ior use, eimer cy I prefer crain-raisin.i?, but: on iny farm, j of a watering pot or a syring* think theie is more money in mixed ; alum water will destroy red anc faraiing. We need sheep to pasture i ants, cockroaches, spiders and our orchards and the waste places 011 i bugs. Take two-pounds of alu the farm, also the cows to eat the refuse j dissolve it in three quarts of fruit and ke^-p up the condition of the ' water, let it stand on the fire un soil. In raising fruit alone the soil j alum is all melted, then apply it would have to be kept good by fertiiiz- i brush (while ...

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. — 12 July 1882

WEEKLY EDITION. WIXNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1882. . ESTABLISHED IN 1844. J|j p ?; The Country Children. And be'e to see her this vjfd:-;- I can seethe happy children yes, indeed Be quiet , *8 they wander through the grasses ment!"?tu25 to the bab J ^ the fresh and dewy pastures, to come eariy. Well, h( L ^rthe tangled forest passes. and so will I. I'll follow * / f-a.n track them as they wander, out who she is; and I'll < ; By the trail of morning glorie.-; live. ^ Only he mustn t r<^an read their happy footsteps, deceitful, false, ling Wjb I can spell their pleasant stories. John !' Here she broke down, K1 Oh! I know the paths of children the baby close to her bo wg Up the hills and down the valleys, an agony of tears and sot WT~ Buttercups and faded daisies "When Thompson ca Mark their sorties and their 3&llie3. evening, he fonnd hi By the butternuts and beeches, dressed and smiling, in t I can mirk their resting-places; thought, a'ter awhile, And I know the mo...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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