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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 23 July 1884

~;r". * * _ c : . .. s . ~ _ _ ?iu j U-t"irrmr^rmi ?T ? ***Ml.vj* OUT OF THE JAWS 0J DEATH. | ' . * I fcHE RESCUE OF LJLEUT. GREELtf AXD j THE KEMNAXX OF HIS PARTY. I *"ive Sfears of Sufferinc Jn the Ari tic Re- , jfions?Only Eight of the Party of Twen- j ty-five Found alive, and one of those has ] _ T\ I 3 n??Aalv on/1 /\f 81UW jyjcu?AUC Ui v* "*v/ Rescuing Party. Washington, July 17.?The following telegram was received this morning from Commander Schley: St. John's, X. F., 9 a. m., July 17. ?Hon. W. E. Chandler, Secretary of the Navy: The Thetis, Bear and Lock Garry arrived here to-day from West ftroonbi.mL all well. Senarated from I the Alyt 150 miles north daring a gale. At 6 p. m., Jane 22d, five miles off Cape Sabine, in Smith's Sound, the . Thetis and Bear rescued alive Lieut. A. W.- Greely, Sergeant Brainard, Sergeant Fredericks, Sergeant Long, Hospital Steward Beederback, Private Connell and Sergeant Ellison, the only survivors of the Lady Franklin Bay expedition. Sergeant ...

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. — 30 July 1884

' ? : ITOTNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY30, 1884. ' - ' s|3j ^ Lafo and Death. j 0 solemn portal, veiled in mist and cloud, r Where all who've lived throng in. an endless j line. Forbid to tel! by backward look or sign What destiny awaits the advancing crowd; Bourne crossed but once, with no return al. lowed;.- < . L. Dumb, spectra] gate, terrestrial yet divine, . j Beyond"whose arch ail powers and fatee com SP Dine, Pledged to divulge no secrets of too shroud; Close, close behind -we step, and strive to Some-whisper In -tbe dark, some glimmering R Through circling whirls o{ thought intent to nMR| snatch 88bKBE& A drifting'hope?a faith that grows to sight: ! Hbbt And yet assured, whatever may befall, BF* That must be somehow best that comes to all ^ s?C:P.CranchintheJaneCenmry. 3Pro. and Con When ships come over the sea, my love, ? Come over the shining sea. Like maidens walking a minuet, ; Whito-wflmefcted daintily? Oh, what aothey bring' under each white ; k wing, What song...

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. — 30 July 1884

inn n.cai^rhrilMni i i??? THE NEWS AND HERALD. WESXSBORO, S. C. VvEDXESDATi jnjy BO. : : : : 1SS4. t -1 v. 0? XiJCj I . y. >. Editors. CilAS. A. DOtGLASS.) The Louisville Post hopes that Mr. Cleveland will make his letter of acceptance short, sharp and decisive. ? Logan's letter of acceptance has now been pnblish.ed, and like Blaine he believes in a high tariff, and says that will be the dominant issne in the campaign. Tae committee to notify Governor Cleveland of his nomination is expected to perform that dnty this week, and his letter of acceptance may be looked for the first or second week in August. . Some of Blaine's boomers trieil to , get the business men of Bangor to give their candidate a certificate of good character, but several leading Republican firms refused to si^n their names to the document. ??? The Western papers, printed where they love an "intense" American, are beginning to ask this questiou: "If Mr. Blaine is the red-eyed son of Thunder and Mars that his fri...

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. — 30 July 1884

'y. ST'V. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. | WEDNESDAY. July, 30, . ; : : ISS4. Krtvr A.J.vertlM'mcats. Jfirssine uoLiege? w. m. trner. Planters!?R. J. McCarlev & Co. Local ErieTs. ?The postofSce in this place will hereafter close at 6.30 o'clock in the afternoon. This honr for closing will continue as long as the places of business continue to close at six o'clock^ ?The Skating Rink will be opened L(now) every evening at the usual hour j until August 4th, when it will be closed j I for an indefinite time. * J. O. Boag, Manager. ?Those who wish to make a little money go a long way can best serve their interests by dealing with P. J.. Eucker, Wholesale and .Retail Dealer in Groceries and Provisions, Main Street, Colombia, S. C. * ??P% ?The dime reading was well atBSgr tended and the programme was interna esting and enjoyed by the attendants. pjP^ Judging'from the attendance upon the first dime reading of the season the others will doubtless be popular during the summer and fall months. ?Dry w...

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. — 30 July 1884

t I ? I I 11 I ivn"PT)fvr\i7VT ormimr m t vo f i R?,r0I>IjLWUlO. THEY HOLD A MEETING IK OPPOSITION TO BLAINE. ife? A Notable Gather!as: of the Best Elements of the Republican Party?A Kinsring: DeSg:'..-, y imnciaiion of Blaine and a Spendid TribErt. ate to Cleveland. Nkw Yhrk, Jnly 25.?A meeting of Tn<h>iw^n<lf?nfc Armnsorl to TJlaillC WftS r??? - held to-day in the University Club Theatre. For an hour before the time fixed there was an unusual stw in that generally quiet locality, and inside the corridors of the little theatre the consultation of Independents was busily carried on. Among the more prominent forces were those of George Willian Curtis and Carl Schnrz. The lat ter was the centre of an interested and animated group. Clarence Bowen of the Independent and others of the seceding members of the Brooklyn Young ileirs Republican Club were present. The Secretaries made up lists of those who were to be present, which showed that Massachusetts was more numerously rep...

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 August 1884

. WINNSBORQ, S. C.vWEDNESDAY, AUGMIST 6, 1884. ' .' :' ;||| I 'v; . My Love and L We loved each other, my love and'I, And the wind sighed low through the tasseled corn, -5The bobolink sang in the dewy morn, And the brook ran merrily by. ' "We loved each other, my love^nd I; r And the quail piped low mid the yellow corn; ' Wo heard in the distance the huntsmen's horn, rr -a? And the leaves wero brown and dry. k^o looked to the future, ay lovb and If > Tbo fntiiro cn frevwdfx) With hoDCS and fOSTS. rTbat turns our smiles b6 often to tearS, As the days pass weariiy by. - ;v Ke spoke of the time -when we two should* Togetherbeneato fair Koathern .^iiea^ Where *2to rose ittjts fragrance never dies, %Andgtove heare;no parting knell. The corn was garnered long years ago; The bobolink's song is heard no more: Only a shadow falls through the door . Where he used to oome and go. The sea is wi-ie, and it lies between i My love and J tny love and I; Where the flowers bioon*8d tiead leaves no...

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 August 1884

t W'.% [. . 1 - ' - THE NEWS.AND HERALD. \ \Y UNJNbJtJUKU, 5. U. WEDJfESDAX. Auffust 6. : : : : 1884. J S O. S. KKT2fOZl>Sr 1 - J Editoks. iitl.IS. A. DOUGLASS.) The Greenvilic News seems deter mined to defeat Congressman Aiken's | nomination, if editorial writing can | do it. Why not give the people a rest on Ben Butler? He is certainly a matter i of small consequence and as such j should be treated. Albany Argus: "Mr. Cleveland eon- i tinues to work about eighteen hours a i fi?v in mVter. nerhans. to show that he : J "? 7 sr a. * is 'a friend to labor.'" Governor IIexdricks has been duly notified of his nomination for the Vice-; Presidency. The ceremonies were in- j teresting. The present numerical strength of Freemasonry throughout the word is ; placed at 138,095 lodges, with 1-1,ICO,- j 943 members. i ^ "We think Butler and Kelly should j both be banished "beyond the seas." Why should they not be?they arc cancers upon the body politic. __ r - ?--' Fbank JiuRDsays he will be r...

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 August 1884

^ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ' WEDNESDAY. August 6, . ; : : 1884. SBy Advertisement*. Hotel for Kent?G-. U. McMasier. Local Briefs. ?This week to date has been very !|| favorable for the crops and the cotton now promises an average crop. - Most of the Fairfield delegates to ^ the Congressional Convention left for Spartanburg on Monday morning. ||j|. ?The Reporter says that the NomiV Dating Convention of the Sixth CirPF cnit will be held at Chester on the 13th inst. ?Candidates wishing- ballots for the ^ primary election should send in (heir orders to The News and Hebald i> _ without delay. ^ ?The Board of County Commis?k sioners will hold their next semi!|| monthly meeting on Thursday, the 14th of August. IIP* ' ?In the temporary absence of Mr. Skinner, Mr. Charles Brennicke, of Chester, will have charge of the express and ticket office in this place. ?The firm of J. L. Mimnaugh & Co., of Columbia, has been dissolved. Mr. Jno. L. Mimnaugh, well known in . Fairfield, will continue th...

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 August 1884

K/v' 3MK^? w m ?-^ ? THE JOIST SUMMER MEETING. ci=V N. t AN ENTHUSIASTIC REUNION OtT Xli-fc FARMERS AT GREENVILLE. A Great Number of Distinguished Men Present-Arrangements for the State Fair in Columbia-Addresses-Other Matters. K~ *' [Special to the 2fem and Courier.} Greenville, July 29.?The Joint Snmmer meeting of the State Agricnl tnral Society here to-day brought a large number of the best farmers as well as u goodly number of the most distinguised citizens of the State. The delegates and visitors of the two societies were met upon arrival by local committees and assigned to the homes of citizens whose doors had been opened for the reception and entertainment of the guests of the city during their stay. The citizens ol Greenville, mindful of the city's reputation for generous hospitality tc Grangers and her guests on all occasions, take pride in caring for the delegates and their friends, and in showing them all attentions necessary to the ful] enjoyment of their visit. The firs...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 13 August 1884

WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, kWrVST 13, 1884. ' m 1 A Sea Song. Hurrah for the ses, where the chowders be, | And the 6culpin grinds his horn! Where the star-flsh shine through the spumy brine, And the mammoth oysters yawnt For the barnicie blows and the conger crows As we chase the prickled prawn. Then roll out of tfie.Captain's gig, my lads, i Let th? bobstay harness be! With tfie breeze abaft, and fore, and aft We'll drive o'er the wind-whipped sea. , Hearthe boVn shout: "Let the port iatch rout I Haul tne affidavits taut! Like snowy crowds spread the white, white shrouds _ _ I Where the dead night's gleam is caughtr Belay the keel till the compass heel j And the water-line runsshortf" / The main sheet fills with the mad monsoon, We have farled the fore-crosstree. And BOtijrhtJy laced the vessel's waist; As'we skim o'er the creamy sea. The sea-gulls shriek from the for'ard peak. As the shrimps go prancing by, I And the mermaids kiss the whistling buoy, Wfciie&ih?i?rehin pipes ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 13 August 1884

^ "" >TT1 m-. l *?T t x TT T^T\ 1 T T\ | ih? in-bws ajmj ulikall'. i wixxsboro, s. a I WEDNESDAY. August 13, . ; : : 1SS4. J-.VO. S. REYXOL&S. ) . J >- Editobs. fir.IS. A. DOUGLASS,) Governor Cleveland's letter of acceptance will be given to the public now in a few days. It is expected to be sliort, vigorous and to the point. He is said to l>e a writer of good English. There is a United States Senator to be elected in Nevada, this year, to succeed Jones. From all accounts the roan whe puts up the most coin takes the ? prize. Jones is said to be comparatively a poor man now. John W. Mackav mav bnv the seat. f I ma ?? The Abbeville Press and Banner says: The Winnsboro News and Herald thinks that a newspaper which would criticise Col. Coward is an unfit censor of the public officers of South Carolina. No snch opinion has ever been ex pressed iH these columns. The statement of the Press and Banner is withont any foundation. 1 Ex-Gov. St. Joux, the Prohibition candidate, say...

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 August 1884

r LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. August 13, : : : : 1SS4. Advertisement*. For Sale?Mrs. M. "W. Brown. ^ Land for Sale?X. P. Myers, Agent. Sale and Feed Stables?A, Williford & Sons. Notice?T. W. Ford. 5* For Sale?T. K. Elliott. Wagons?"W. E. Doty & Co. "Wagons?J. F. McMaster & Co. Local Briefs. k ?It is now ascertained that the fire at the Saluda factory was accidental. ?TwentvvSvp. Bushels Choice Bar- ! ley Seed, home raised, f 1x1 T. K. Elliott. L' ?Mr. James A. McCrorev has been " appointed a trial justice at Blackstock . ?a most excellent selection. ?The stock of the Charlotte, Columg , bia & Augusta Railroad is decidedly down?quoted at 12? bid, 15 asked. ?The cotton is looking well in many sections of the county, and if rains & continue favorable the crop will be an V , average one. f ?Persons desirins:. household or kitchen furniture should read the advertisement of Mrs. M. "W. Brown in k . anothea column." ? - - ?Jfeyer oi tae iitaiami ana tyjuioiu type is ...

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 August 1884

- v THE ARCTIC HEROES. WELCOMED "WITH GRAXD DE3IOXSTEAT ION'S IX PORTSMOUTH. Dolus Honor to the Bescued Explorers? Many Prominent People Prcsant?A Pro ceelion Over a 3Xile in I,encth. Portsmouth, X. H., August 4.? Portsmouth was carried away with enthusiasm over the demonstration in honor of Lieutenant Grccly and his men. It was a joint affair between the naval and civil authorities. The procession was headed by the officers and crews of the rescuing fleet?the Thetis, Bear and Alert?and in it in carriages .were the officers of the North Atlantic squadron, the city authorities, Secretary Chandler, Gen. Haven, Congressmen Itandall and Robinson (of New York) followed by a. detachment of marines, sailors from the fleet, local onrf nvoranfanfions and citizens. The town infilled to its utmost capacity with visitors, who came by rail and water long distances. The rescued mon continue to improve daily. A meeting of citizens at Music ITall this evening to extend :he official welcome of the c...

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 August 1884

~ 'i - . . ^ * ' 7 ~ : WINNSJ30K0, S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUCxUST 20, 1884. /\ ?? - i i i umiimwmmam^mmmmiun n t?' * iQQA 1 QQ/j I XUUtt. ?UUT p SPRING | OPENING -BY-r f P. MiteM Bro. * f jT * We are now receiving every 0 day our new SPT?T1V(t STOCK! ^ Attention is particularly di rected to our new and elegant W assortment of SPRING DRESS GOODS. Trimmings for Dresses. f " LADIES' 1 CHILDREN'S . jr** * Fancy Hose. LACES and FICHUS of the & latest novelties. T A TMTTQ' "2 PmT XH2TCTSPS ~ VJLJ. C3 Triinmed Straw Hats. Our stock of CLOTHING ^ / for Men, Youths and Children is complete. - W We invite our friends and customers to. give us an early call. LP. LANDECKER &# BRO. IL-i' Jiau Jka. r PLANTERS S LOOK WELL TO YOUR INTEREST, W AlfD CALL AT yS; J.McCASLEY &C0.'S J- MACHINERY HALL and examine their Machinery before buying elsewhere. We have a full line of machinery always W on hand, and will take great pleasure in * showing it to all parties wishing to buy. ' We represent the C...

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 August 1884

WW0- - > P.-.V- ; Bill'* . g???????B? ??I THE NEWS AND HERALD. wixNsuono. s. c. ' " - - ' WJeDNFS->A V. August 30, . ; : : ISS4. JXO. S. REYXOLJJS. ) J- Editoks. UltAS. A. DOUGLASS,) The present campaign promises now to be one of slander and scandal. ^ Tiik "Washington monument, which has now reached a height of oOO feet, is now ready for the roof and will be the highest in the world. What ot the slanderers of Governor Cleveland? Would the record" of their own private lives bear the sunlight of scrutiny or investigation? We hardly think. - Tiie Japanese have no equivalent for t.hp. F.ncrlish word' "hell." That is what bothers the Japanese in this country when he wants to say how hot it is. The New York Tribune claims that * -Louisiana and West Vinrimaaredonbtful States. These are wild, insane claims; both are Democratic and will elect Democratic officials this fall. General Gkaxt says be has been approached on the snbjeet of accepting a nomination for the Presidency from the A...

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 August 1884

J.-?*-'-' ;, ^RTrgS?. J -111 ! . ! , r LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. .[ wi'hvx??T>.ir inutt 20. : : : : 18-S4. : rSfew Advcrtinomenra. Nomination for Coroner. "Wanted?A. Williford & Co. Citation?J. R. Boyles, Jndge of | Probate. Citation?J. R. Boyles, Judge of Probate. ?> Local Briefs. ?The Chester primaries came off on the 12th inst. ?Wednesday was cool and very | BS much like an antiimn day. w ?Everybody complains that there is no money in the county. We complain that there is none in this office. yThe nights during the present ^ summer season have been cool and pleasant in this latitude and very l. favorable to first class sleeping. ?Messrs. John E. Bradley, Robt. R. Hemphill, Ellis G. Gravden and "W. II. Parker have been nominated for the " Legislatnre in Abbeville county. ? ?A very successful dance-was given ia the Thespian Jtian on iasi j. uesuav Sm evening. It was largely attended, very mach enjoyed and lasted till two o'elock "Wednesday morning. ?Mr. K. H. Simpson is 'becomi...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 20 August 1884

* txtan m n iWMTrriT-- , , "frrfc POLITICS IK GEOISGIA. Tiic .Republicans of the State KcAdy for a wry Strouj: Fi^ht. [Leiier i>) l!w Sew'x ami four it r.] Augusta, August 11.?The Republicans in Georgia, through their cxecu uvecoinmitte, have made an emphatic declaration of war. But they* have done this several times' before, and the result has been only to make their defeat the more pronounced and overwhelming by bringing out the full force of the Democracy. It is significant of the drift of opinion among the leaders of the tattoed party that the entire electoral ticket in this State is to be composed of white men. The dusky file arc welcome as voters, but none need apply for position among the officers. This is evidently an at.tempt to capture the so-called Independent element for Blaine, but the erratic gentry who have hovered between the two parties under this unquestionable guise will be fewer this campaign than for many years past. There are no local dissensions to give the...

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 August 1884

' 'X - :* ' v w \ ^ | - " ' : ~~ ^ WIXNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST27, 1884. ' . ' -;'v-;' ^SM - - -I Forsaken. With Jeweled firmer- clasped as if in prayer i A woman stands witn white ff.ee wan and' | set, ! And looks into the sky. dry-eyed and dumb, ! She holds a letter crumpled In her hand, The tell-tale message of a broken faith. And all Is dark where all before was light. j All things are changed; the world is at an _ end; w And life is lost, for Love has come and gone, j T There is a grief in life all desert-dry. Where sorrow's raining tear-drops never fall; j Where God himself is powerless to help, in And naught is left to live for but the grave, j The gathering: dust or cruicDiii'g years may i cohjc H IBk And settle on her brow in lines of gray, But time can never beal this wound?ber j ? To die in youth and yet be doomed to live j And waik the world in darkness, seeking | SK Oh! ye whose feet have irod this weary path 1 Whose wrecked and mined lives line thick j the way H...

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 August 1884

THE NEWS AiNI) HERALD.^ WINNSBOPwO. s. r,. ' i; . ~ * WEDNESDAY. Aujrast 27?- . ; l : 1884. j JXQ. S. REYXOLUS. ) V EDIT01:S. Vlf.-LS. A. DOUGLASS,) The Primary Election, Presidents of. Democratic Clubs will ] picase send to the nndersigued for bai-; lot-boxes and necessary papers for the i primary election to be held on Mon-; day, September 1, 1S8-L Oxo. S. Reynolds, Secy. Dera. Co. Ex. Com. Gen. Roger A. Pkyok, novtf" a resident of New York, denies the report that he will support Butler, and says that he will do all he can to secure the election of Cleveland. The Baltimore Day pertinently says: "Does it not strike intelligent people that the religious newspapers which J are discussing the character of Mr. j v: Cleveland might do better work by i trying to end the pulpit scandals which have constantly to be reported by the j secular press?" iimtrvDvftu Hftinir riiwlfots that: ! J Ohio will elec: Cleveland and Hendricks by 15,000 majority. The Germans are against Blaine. Governor Ho...

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 August 1884

' #v * ' 3&C: . - r LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ! *" ' WEDNESDAY, August 2T. : : : : 18X4. . J??w Advertisement*. Citation?J. E. Boyles, Judge of Probate. | Fruit and Vegetable Cans?J. H. Ciimmings. Blackstock Academy-W. B. Thompson, Principal. ?Messrs. J. L. Mimnaugh & Co. have bought out Messrs. J. S. "Wiley & Co., and will continue business at the old stand. f Postponed.?We are requested to announce that the hop appointed for to-night has been postponed till Monday evening, the 1st of September. Base Ball.?A match game of base ball was played on last Saturday between the Union and Mossy Dale Clubs, and resulted in a score of 47 to 17 in favor of the Unions. Collection of Taxes.?The books I of the County Treasurer will be open for the collection of State and County B ~ taxes from the 1st day of September V till the 20th of October. The treasurer .|2f will visit Jenkinsville on the 3rd of Z'i September, Monticello on the 4th and ^ Buckhead on the oth. *r* ??a i-rtonocforl tr>...

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