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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 22 November 1882

^ FOR THE FAIR SEX. i ?0 Ccnrting jn the Last Century. " The History of Women," an Engf.. lish work, published in 1779, details various methods of courtship then practiced in some of the European colonies of America. It has this curious statement, which beaux and belles \vi41 find it difficult to believe: " When two Pennsylvania lovers meet with any remarkable opposition from their friends they go off together on horseback, the lady riding before and the gentleman behind her. In this situation they pre sent themselves before a magistrate, to whom she declares that she lias run away with her lover and has brought him there to be married. So solemn an avowal the magistrate is not at libt erty to reject, and they are married accordingly." \ T* il!o<l hv Mrs. Marston, during the absence of her husband, was doing the week's family washing'in the back kitchen of their, home, near Galena, when she heard a great noise among the pigs in the yard. Opening the door she saw a large black bea...

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. — 29 November 1882

f" f!ie fairfklii iii; I WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBOEO. S. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBEB 29, 1882. ESTABLISHED Df 1844. HfjB Charity. Judge not; the workings of her brain And of her heart thou canst not see; "What looks to thy dim eyes a stain, Li God's pure light may only be A scar, brought from some well-won field, Where thou wouids't only faint and yield. ~ The look, the air, that frets thy sight May be a token that below The soul has closed in deadly fight hk.- With some infem.il fierv foe. Whose glance -would scorch thy smiling grace, And cast thee shuddering on thy face. urn The fall thou darest to despise? glgBfe May be the angel's slackened hr.nd ??& Has suffered it, that she may rise And take a firmer, surer stand; HHL Or, trusting less to earthly things, n May henceforth learn to use his wings. And judge none lost? but -wait and see, With hopeful pity, not disdain; The depth of the abyss may be w The measure of the height of pfin V And love and glory that may raise r The soul to...

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. — 29 November 1882

\ I THE NEWS AM) HERALD. WIXJsSBORO, S. C. t ? a ?' WEDNESDAY, November 29. : : ; 1883. Q _ _ . " wm ** nf #yo. s. SETTCOLDS. editor. n B. MEJJfS DAVIS, Cokteibcttng Editor. (1 Eeports from Earope state that the y relations between Germany and Kus- e sia have become so strained that war s seems inevitable. s v Republican practices seem to be 1 takinsr root in Russia. Some colossal c stealing has been lately discovered in 1 0. an(* military departments of * the government. * Last Wednesday is said to have been ( F the biggest day for stock transactions ( | ever seen in the stock exchange in | / 2s"ew York. Over 850,000 shares of! { stock cbnnged hands within the five j ( hours' session of the board. j i - 1 ' ** T Andnn j LiABOCJCIIERE, euuur ui uic | . Truth, has introduced the American j style of paragraphing, and it take? so j * well in preference to the long editorials j fx customary in English papers, that it is | j thought he will revolutionize English j j journalism. Politicia...

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. — 29 November 1882

18? ] LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ; . WEDNESDAY, November 20. : : : 1882 Rew Advertisements. Kotice?J. N. Center Clerk. Cotton is Low?B. Sugeuheimer. Hardware?J. F. McMaster & Co. "Pancv Goods?Connor & Clrandler. : Lightning Express?J. L. Mimnangh. [ t An Invitation?Caldwell ?? Lauder- I dale. Read the new advertisement of U. j G. Desportes. For the Next Thlrtv Davs?P. Lan-; % j decker & Aro. Annual. - Meeting?C. Bouknight, j Phtanted I?Two first-da?? salesmen Panted at Mimnaugb'S. Fifty dollars per montb^salary. * j Fertilizer Supplies.?'That old and j Ife. raliable company, the Wando. has; opened the winter campaign. See ad-j S& vertisement. P| ?The Great Western Union Five j 9 nCent Cigar?none like it. Try it. At MB W. llabenicbt7s. * H soKAL.-We had the pleasure of EH e> "visit from Mr. R. K. Todd, of iBhdersou Journal, who is taking Kinnsboro on a trip. He repreV a live and able paper, and we Hflad to know that it is a prosper- j StF WR Tows Taxes.?The town treasurer...

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. — 29 November 1882

Klv'* 102 FAIB SEX, TVorten acd WhistliasIf t!i? n:v-re act of whistling ran. help R and cheer a mar. so much, why should i it be denied to a woman ? If whist- j ling will urivo away the blues and be j company for a lonesome person, surely | women have much more need of its j services than their brothers, for to \ them come many more such occasions ! than to men. There are many who have \ not the gii t of song. Why should they ; net whistle ;is they rock "the cradle or ' perform their household duties or accompany themselves on the piano? But there is a physical or hygienic advantage in whistiing which should excuse i it against all the canons of propriety j cr "good form." It is often remarked that the aver- j is ?,J narrow chested, and in j that respect compares so unfavorably j with her brother. May this not be due j in some measure to the habit of whist- j ling which every boy acquires as soon as he arrives at the dignity of pants, i and girls seldom do? Let any one try, | for f...

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 December 1882

!' WEEKLY EDITION. . WIKNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1844. |j|| i Gik???? p. /MiJiaritlps of .Ants. lilke the Ivy. True Iotp. jp like tho ivy bold, That 5^'i-gs each day with firmer hold; Th-a^roweth on through good and ill, Ar^'mid the tempest ciingeth still. }^hat though the walls on which it climbs ^^Have lost the grace of former times, Will then the ivy loose its hold, Forget the sunny day? of old? P V Nay, rather it will closer cling With loving clasp, remembering S?L That it had hardly lived at all Without the kindly shclt'ring wall. True love is like the ivy bold, That clings each day with firmer hold; That groweth on through good and ill, And 'mid tho tempest clingeth still. True love is like tho ivy preen, H^yThat ne'er forsvttetn what hath been, jgj? VvPd so, till "life itself be gone, iNtil the end it clingeth on. though the tree where it may cling o'^hardly know another sp-ing? gig "Lhouyh its boughs be dead and bare? ^k :oriocjminp ivy clim...

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 December 1882

jjf ~ ? j THE NEWS AND TTE^AT,!). % 1 ?=^=? ? WINXSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY. December 6. : : i 1882. axro. S. SJETXOLDS. Editor. Egr-v. . ?C. ME ASS DAVIS, CONTRIBUTING EDITOR. Lawyer Reed wants the Govern ment to pay him five thousand dollars for his defense of Gniteau. The Atlanta Constitution says there is no truth in the charges of defalcation, made against General Longstreet. The extra cost of steel rails used in the country because of the protective tariff has been, say, 840,000,000 a year for the la?t three years. This has been a great hardship to railroads and incidentally to merchants who use them. rr^-r^ V.V..U v..*? JLtCW JL vl K JJI.il It &1} ? 1WVIUVtions to funerals in New York arc now gotten up afrer. the style of wedding cards, and have a deep border of black. Enclosed is a dismal card, which is printed: "Please present this card at the church." The Boston Post calculated that, in consequence of Thanksgiving Day being a week behind time this year, it would probably ...

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 December 1882

r?>' LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. _ WEDNESDAY, December 6. : : : 18S2Xexr Advertisement*. Milcfa Cows?W. P. Gibson. Private Sale?John SchijtzSnmmons?J. H. Eion, Plaintiffs' Attorney. f Plain Facts?J. L. Mimnaugh. One Man's Cash?Ludden & Bates. The Holidays arc Coining?G. Bart &Vo. Patents?Mann & Co. The Pennsylvania Railroad Time x Table?J. Groeschel, Agent. r J ~ Local BrfefR. ?T?je cotton-seed oil mill at Chester ; is atout to begin business. W -<*%>?' ?The price of cotton is still diseooracing to the fanner5. K. i'. ?Keep yoar stock under shelter and well fed during this weather. Hire* ?Cotton was down again on Monday?selling at from 8 to 9$ cents. S K ?Many farmers haven't sown their wheat vet; lots of cotton to pick, too. n .?Tho old board of county cotnmis L sioners held their last meeting but cue Tuesday last. n-Miss Eliza Nelson has sent us some K ^arkable specimens of second-grow t h K >s and grapes. B^d^ood choppers are in demand. H \C slow to contract; want...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 6 December 1882

ipp" .. ^ mm ' pnBBHHBmnHMannBMH A Fare^^lU n i Come not to my crave with v^n.- ronrsms?, With roar lamentations and tear *. With your sad foreboding and fears* When my lips are dumb, Do not come ' ' Bring no Ion? train of carriage?, No hears? crooned with waving plumes, Which the gaunt glory of Death illumej; Bat with hands on my breast Let me re=t. I If, in my fair youth time, attended By hope and delight every day. I could spam the sweet bassness of clay, Can yon honor me, try Till you die. Insult not my da't with your pity, Ye who're left on this desolate s.iore, Still to suffer and lose and deplore? Tis I should, as I do, Pity you. For me no more arc the hardships, The bitterness, heartaches and strife, The sadness and sorrow of life, But the glory divine This is mine I Poor creatures! Afraid of the darkness, Wbo groan at the anguish to come. How silent I ?0 to my home 1 Cc-a?e your sorrowful bell; I am well. P.UHIOn Oi-" 3 IIS i;AY? Although an export pan man may rise to disti...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 13 December 1882

^ WEEKLY EDITION. TOfNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1882. ^ ESTABLISHED IN 1844. | =L | The Lorer's Ehapsody. k A THASSSGmKG TDYL. ^V"'" I "Ah to-??? T lore yon so," he said; " Yonr every glance is joy to me? Tb? poise of yonder graceful head fc*. - T <r The inward-worth that I can see. Your form so plump?with every line That marks its proud and graceful swell? ; P.C^n/iO Vp O A And wraps me with its mystie spell. " Thanksgiving comes; and then for you Br My earnest gratitude shall rise: For who with heart aright and true Could such a gift as thee despise ? K ContriTed to please the inner man, To capture judgment, soul and brain, ^^nd molded on perfection's plan? BC^hat few terrestrial things attain. H Sv proud I am that thou art mine? ^^.Q^th?se perfections are my own, ollhy charms and grace divine Hr -to me and me alone; Ktorioo^halt yet be part of me, "*sny sorrows, dull my pain, HKiani felt V feast my eyes on theo WF B:it not g-^eetress once again. BET For be cad swf ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 13 December 1882

; '"ft'Z'~- ' / ?^ ^ jt;ie news a>"d_herali). WIXN'SBORO, S. C. rar ? WEDNESDAY# I>oc?ii*l><>r 13, : : : 1882. J* n. 3. BMLYXOLD&. bditok. l. V RAX8 DA TI8. coktkibct'kft editor Coxgress met on MondayN The y * President submitted his annual message?a tame and uninteresting document. \ The Hon. M. Butler was re-elected United Slates Senator by tlie Legislature 011 Monday, for six years. Simmons, the black Senator from Berkeley, nominated Samuel AV. Melton, who received two votes. Mr. Gladstone again threatens to retire from the premiership. His ministry has been remarkably successful, considering the difficult and momentous questions he has been compelled L to face and grapple with. The president of the Senate has appointed Senators Earle, Moore and A Gail lard on the joint committee which is to sit during the recess and examine JtHiU iiic lijai ov^ui, wmi a view to the substitution of county " \ courts therefor. Louis ISlaxc, tfce French Socialist, who died a few ...

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. — 13 December 1882

ipl^^ . " 3t? R- " .^-^aSBSZiilfcWrJWBflMMl'i ill inwmw'iinmi :R.'AL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY, Oocenter 13.: r : 1882. P ' Jic^ -dvertl??nenti. Christmas Grifls?Coiinor & Chandler. | Choice Goods for Christmas?S. S j Wolfe. Shei-ifPs Sales?Jno. D. McCarlev,; ? .Notice te Trespassers---A. Blain. j Cliristuiiks Goods?J. F. McMaster | & Co. j. Ruggies?R. C. Gooding T. "VV. j Lauderdale. Desirable-Plantation for Sale?J. A.1 /* . Bynmn/Agent. Hesfdquarters, Pennsylvania Rail- j -^road?J. Groeschel, Agent. Christmas Goods?J. II. Cummings. The Corner Store?J. M. Beaty & BF Agent's Sales?Jno. D. McCarley, j Acroiit. the advertisement of the New j WfiBBk Christmas and Now Year Cards? j ^^^^Milaster, Brice & Ketchin. ^^"v.riers. ^Mv^is the time to advertise your j market is kept pretty well i ^ Ktorfori^i fresh oyster and fish. ! ^ who is always as ' cool j j^TFor he iiad swi. j IgjB He'd blot pr* Hr "wnsr^-no&y impression," as the i ^^^pswrcr^ala when he kissed his sweet- ...

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. — 13 December 1882

. TIMELY TOPICS. One of the mining companies at t . Xorth Bloom Nevada. comnleted a clean up after twenty days' washing, and the result was a gold barseventeen inches long, seven inches wide and eight inches thick, valued at about $115,000. It weighs about 450 pounds, i and is the largest gold bar ever cast in the United States. It is said that within the present de cade Montana is likely to head all th States and Territories in the produci tion of cattle. Four years ago there were not more than 6,000 head in the ^ Territory, this season there will be about 50.00O sold from there, and the prospect is that the stock-raising busi-; ncss will continue to increase very | rapidly for a long time. t Pelee Island, Lake Erie, the south- j ernmost land in Canada, must be a good place in which to live. It is said to possess a climate which produces j superior wines, sugar cane, peanuts, sweet potatoes, all small fruits, Sgs, : almonds and cotton. The last product, ' incredible as it may seem,...

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 December 1882

W?,?.T?T.v gTtTr|nT^' . ' " ViyySEORO. S. C.,^^^^yESDAY. DECEMBER 20, 1882. ^ ^ ^ ^ ggXABLISEED IN Captain Loredan?A. D. 1499. r. Old Venice grapp!?d with the Turk In fourteen hundred ninety-rime; In troth it was a troubled work. Jixii ruddy were the seas as wine; . ?*or dread Ii-ijaret sit afloat Aqainst oar three hundred sail; And when he t'."j!c a tithing boat Kc:cor>cI:s:-!v his fOlUiers bawto Our :?len. and poured their blood C| or.'tlj* .V;r:atic'? flood. I ills cruder? :e:t a o.oouy wan; - Our Admiral Grimani iay t In hc'skating siiencc till. While ytt iiTisolate, one day H<i heard our rfoc!: of gri'!"ys thrill With las'..y, maaiy singing, Wi:h clamor load and long. And through his brain went ringing .,-.1 , i This hordei of the sons ,r.*"l;fS+ " Ob, wuer?s is C? tain Loredan? For he wilt a* jw the way' "i Give osrt'&pula Loredan, k And we will :einpt-the fray! i Sow listen to this hoary iaas ' tB Who leans upon his oar; raS^x- f R He'll tell you how brave Loredan *...

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 December 1882

- W^Xa?Di^3te??n3tor JO, c : : 188?. < -v o, ^si XJETJF&jyDS. boitob. bkl ?v XT.Tj&jtg DATIS,oostki?mxa editor. WjfL^ Vjk " ? qfllffiog Brown, of Georgia, ha HFa*i^ac&i& bill in Congress looking?to the abolition of the internal revenue preamble recites that the war measure and is uo gtry. g^lect B. F. Bctler. of fcfereported to have said BP o^?<iyernor as a Re^y^^vote>, and Hfcter^^^tthc can cuSBj^HSpbiitics at ?rv two years. tord Douglass Gordon* a Scotch Krbletnan, accompanied by bis friends ^Rne Earl of Aylesford and Captain R Karsrreaves, have been out to Texas on Hr a hunting expedition. He is well pleased with the conntry, thinks Gals' veston will become the great seaport of the South, etc. He pays a high tribute to the cow-boy, pronouncing A them "natare^noblemtn./ / A DisPAT<Mprom Dublin states that w two important arrests were made in that city ou Thursday morning in con "lection with the murder of Lord Cavendish.N and Cp^r-Secretary Barke. The n...

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 December 1882

(^s " si,lM INTELLIGENCE.:' WEDNESDAY, Deceaiber 20, : ; : L8S2 fye\ :lverti*?ment-?. : Ashley Phosphate Company. Bead This?D. R. Flenniken. Arrived?W. R. Doty & Co. Louisiana State Lottery Company. German Kainit?Hermaun BulwinManipulated Guano?Wilcox, Gibbs Citation?J. R. Boyles, Judge oi Probate. Sheriff's Sales?Jno. D; McCarley, Sheriff. * Pa?ni4 T V Wlfllprs. fl. IAUiiuai lvcyvt v? A* 4.1? i, w. Summons?Douglass & Ragsdale, Plaintiffs' Attorneys. The Pacific Guano Company?jS. H. Frost & Co., Agents. X.ocal BrleTS. ?Bacon is selling in town at 124 oents. ?Read onr new advertisements in this morning's issue. ? llogs are selling here at nine cents gross; We'll try "old Ned" a little longer. ?Persons desiring handsome Christmas presents should consult our adver Btiflg columns. Br ?Fred Gebhardt is the name of the ^American swell who bas fascinated Hv^rs. B&ngtrv. ?Passionate persons, are like men I who stand upon their heads: they see ad! things the wrong way, ?Pay o...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 20 December 1882

fey i Fof' the: HM^i^iwere per-1 ^^This is a practical hint; |Rrs might experiment upon | ^^y^serions loss and with a j W Keeping Cabbages. ^Ffcnow of no better way to pre-1 k cabbages through the winter,j Viie Germantown Telegraph, than Bwhich we have recommended for K.mber of years. It is to plant or HRhem up in rows as they grow? |0enat 1% with the roots down?fill in f with soil pretty freely, then make a j covering by planting two posts where L there is a fence to rest on or four; fc~where there is \gfc. allowing for a pitch i: Pk. to carry ofi th^water; lay bean poles ' 5 opposite the w&y o*f the pitch and J L cover tip with comfodder, straw or ?.boards. In using through the winter, j. P^avoid as much as possible the sun side | f and-close up again. "We have not | I found that setting the cabbage upside j I down in the rows, as many do, of any j k advantage, as we have kept ours for j P more than twenty years in the way we ' mention, in a sound, perfe#t condition, j , thicu...

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 December 1882

j^EEKLY EDITION, WIj^^ DECiiMBElt' 27,; 1882. ^ ^ ESTABLI^im) 1844. ^ I The Farmer's Son?* i * ? harvest fields aro stripped of grain; e lnto-eown oorn is shooked in dun, id husked beneath a chilly sun; ragged stubble checks tho plain. hills are dosolate and cold, ie maples stand in grim array, . id through the forost'B muffled gray winds of heaven strike the wold. r7\ siec wimo tlio harvest splendors fail, L The grain is sold, tho barter rnado, B| 7 vAnd work, and care of crop, and trade f ,?Lre put aside with plow and flail. . '.e bins are filled, tho barns ato stored, \ 1 ftie orchards robbed of scanty fruit, ,.?And in tho garret Cold and mute, '*,? thrifty squirrols share the hoard. hough the drought was long and sore, tad scorched tlio Aold beaido the road /ill half Jio crop was loft unhoed, \ - ^ aftermath repaid the mower; -'( ; ;j QUgh half tho ryo wfta winter-killod, Uid horo tho wheat was struck by blight, yj\..??- .. ? ? - - im is kqou in noavon'8 Bight, | / ,md still tli...

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 December 1882

THE KKW8 AND HERALD, WINN8BORO, $. O. WEDNESDAY. Denmbor 87. ? t i 1M?,! 1XO. n. HKYXTOTjltH, kditom . A/RAHTS DA.VIH, O 'KTKIBDTrKO KMTith Tali olooimtrgtirlno factories in 18S0 turned out $7,000,000 worth of that Fluff. ? m ? I Washington Critic: Notwithptand-' Iny the repented donialt? fVom alleged, "oftieiai sources," there Is good reason | to believe that tho month of January,! J883, will witness important changes; In the cabinet. Gknekai. IJraukkuaud is about (o - publish a book on tbo war, wbicb handles Mr. Davis without, jrlovcs. This will ptonKo Gen. Joe Johnston and; other enemies of Mr. Davis, but ono story is good till another is told. " ??I I > !! A Democratic convention is proposed in Virginia to see whether souicthing cannot be done to reconcile the (tuimntccft between If under Dctnoovnta j Br and lteadjustor Democrats. A satis-; factory arran!?omontof this kind would dispose of Mnhone. ? - i ?njpp? 11 Atlanta Post-Appeal: Tho LegisHture ut its recent session passe...

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 December 1882

Av^iSr:iSir!lS"cE, I S{ %ve?nksI'>av, ?owmi>or ?<*. ?i i l#rta. Ad vertl Moment*. j)l; J Soiling Oiit?S. S. Wolfo. lllV'I Christmas Gooda?R. M. thioy. ip! I. For Chil8tina8?U. G. boepoVtes. nu l This Mornings-J, L, Mlmnnligh. R f Cltaiibn~j, it, i3oylcef Jud'go of ull ^Probate. 3 Egg-Nog for tho ilolldave-F. W. | Habeuicht. iToachorw' Exn ml nation?Jo'. feohopl Cbminfoaioner. ^ .. ^ . Local tlrleni. --Friday was a rough daVi a slo\V} ..?( > 4v.lt:.ah . i... i v ti iihvi imii imtiiix \ K/k y uu(ui > ail hiv $ Itiino. i:-' I ?Tho merchants complain tliAt busi? f nVsfc W& been very dull fotf tho past ft M wo weeks. I ?Tho Fl ick Eclipse tengino is acknowledged to bo tho best fcngino Wmdo. Sold by It. J. MoCarloy '& Co. ' I ?In order that everybody about Tiik ^ News and Hekai.d might enjoy a littlo J 'Christmas holiday, wo issue the ^a\V6r * 1 this week somewhat reduced in size. ?Ool.d. B. Steadniiin and Maj. B. E 8: 1). To\V118filnl.Vit'>iiltt TTUlflll hni?. I...

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