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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 June 1870

t-. , . W Desportos, Wii & Oost -Proprietors,] A' Family Paper, Devoted to Scic~ce, Art,, Inquiry, Indusfry and.. Litertrb nm~A~n VOL. VfiWINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY I1MORNING IN 9'8O ~[O THI l FAIRFIELD HERALD IS runIIEiIsu WKKKiY itY I DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & CO t Terne.--Tu lIsIraV. i published Week. V y in the Town of Winnsboro, at $2.00 in. I ,areably in advance. i .W- All transient advertiseraets to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. Doubt. a In June, when the ross hung Over the hedges, heavy with dew, And softly the skytark sung. g Out of the cloud in the endless blue. I walked through the Summer land ; t A delionte foot. kept step with mino, I In mine there nestled a darling hand, o And life was a thing divine. Dot now. If the roses burn, jl Pouting their lips for the sun to kiss; I It all things lovely return. is And only her beautiful face I miss, What shall I say to this heart. of mine This heart that is only waitig to break y Waitin...

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. — 29 June 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Published Every Wednesday at q a WI V LSB ORO, S. C., C BY Desportes, Williams & Co. TERMS-IN AD VANCE. E one Copyone year, - - $ 8 00 Five " " " - - - 1260 i Ten " " " - 2500 y Platform of th) Union Beform Party of South Carolina. The Chairman of the Committee 0 on Platforms report General Wage ner's paper, and advise that it be ( printed with proceedings of this Con. l vention. The Committee on Platform beg t leave to submit the following report: t This Convention, representing citi. i zons of South Crrolina, irrespective l of party, assembled to organize the good people of the State in an effort to reform the present incompetent, extravagant, prejudiced and corrupt administration of the State Govern. ment, and to establish instead thereof ju3t and equal laws, order and harmo ny, economy in public expenditures, a strict liccountability of office holders, c and the election to office only of men t of known honesty and integrity, doth declare and announce th...

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. — 29 June 1870

saooa. 3'tezm. A *"ait od, industdious 4it oy,one St o i1 Vea40 write, .s an Spprqa. P ,.p ion totfop P * tatton--.W. o o~'e .? ,t Town Ord . rw!ney. :' qhool Comm'18o11 a o y {I2eolie. - ti In Ah6 Court of Probato-James CC i C eivej- ,D. -laiokon. til ;. d 0- Jo jyde 1ew doudfery 1ou . ' ~eb the hlf q 64o advertiseomne at qf1 T'1F. 'Davidsaon &Co. t ? y Goods ! Dry (hoods l L-Of n ey desr ipaion; foi'dsf atItq14e) -A i uas rr I3# . . es Cincinnati Lagar Beer-Il. W. Desportes. Petition to Esa18 eieW .i Clawson, Register. cu id Dickson's Book on Farming. us David Dickson's Great book on le Farming now out. No 'farmers libra- r ry complete without it. Bound in cloth, extra, $4; Sheep, $4 50; Half Morocco, $5. Orders received at this e office. Good oauvasaing agents want. a er1. For terms apply at this office. Drowned. Is We learn from Ridgeway, that An. ti< thony Vanderhorst, a colored man, uj and living with Colonel H. C. Davis, "' was accidently drowned in Col. D's wi pond, a...

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. — 29 June 1870

The delicate "oet keeping step IIave since then gono on t ieir way alone And the hand which, in that happy 'alang Fyne,' Nestled with perfect trust in thine own IHas never lain in another's clasp. The heart grows heavy no years roll or, Vhile I sit, and ponder, and vainly ask, If 4 fairer than I can thy love lave won. If I could have given a "word or sign" If I had possessed the right to woo Thou couldst have had no cause to repine, And I would have been far happier, too. Waiting is surely a woman's part, While 'tis man's to woo, and win, and wear. - Say this to your weary, doubting heart ; Be inspired by hope, and not by fear. Terrible Affair in a Travelling Circus Three Men Devonred Alive by Lions, 'I'h usually quiet little village of Middletown, Mo., was lately thrown iuto(a painful fever of excitement by an awful catastrophe which occurred to the band lately atta~chod to James Robinson & Co's circus and animal show, and led by Professfor M. C. Sex ton. Upon starting out from...

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. — 6 July 1870

K' ;e rv~V ~4. os,~~~'t Pr y-.9q,_.Dvoe Qr~r Devote to Fm Soience, A, nq'ry, VOL LI' ~~~- - WINNSBORO Sc0q, WF jDNES-1DA JUY I..- ...-NO3 THE \1 FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PORLISKI.) WVCKI.T BY - DESPORTE1. WIAMW& C( 24rm':.- Ttts-11F Ito DIs publiali Wee6k. in the Town of Winnsboro, at 03.00 in. varea6ly in advance. gy 'All trah#lent. 10vettiotMnts to b paid in Advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 pe soji'are. The Violet. Of all the lovely flowrets, that grace th emteral 804, And waft their grateful pe"fume, to the meolreyf sent of God The Violet. as sweetly Lreathes her minis tries of lo%e, As Angel. olinnt in accents mili, til esdies joys above. Conscious of heur higla bequest, and oT41or leavenly birth, She coyly lifts her modest head, above the lulted earti, With velvet rones, she ushers In tle joyous month of May, And 'nentlh a veil of dew-drops, bright, she bails 't.e festive day, VlOLE,T. A Colored Party. There are signs of the formation of a "Colored party" within the ...

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 July 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Published Every Wednesday at WINNSBORO, . a, ni mD8tpUPt PhIM1tr& Co. ne eyear, . . $ f e " -8 12 60 .TeN - - 26 60 .One6f thi" ih08t de'lo1rable Asufts t.a*4.the late slave .ystem in the 8outh, pys,the ivqoerk Eveni"g Jownal, was the monply Vrtiuh cgtton growiog 411d0i.; nda of Southern.. agrioul. taxists. Adevotion to cotton culture j..lone has ipoverished the South in W- ll; other kinds of farming industry. e prod qotion of bacon, corn, flour, qW, the, ralsing of stook, seems. not to q,iis enterd to the calculations of A Southern planter. He has been jk.grower of cotton all his life, and as never deemed it possible that the "'saore4 9p.1I" could be de igned for ny other purpose than raising cotton. e ato.cotton, drank.cotton, travelled 01i cotton and talked cotton. All e8Mthern atatesmanshiip was based on esq on. The South fought their war J . otton--It.would have been gun tottonif tbey could have manufav tured ;t. Cotton is P habit in the outh,-and in so...

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 July 1870

rhr rtdi ~t t 6 e re t,.VIM et, O.ri kr h ls h0,t't~b of oK emh ',187. hr so who ied oill at po ' ei~ r efefr oe advertisenint K4n'Skepherd & dd who will unrnish heilitg apparatus tq slit theii. .'tho:e who den,re's platte er I of frozen Ice Cream, can have tblir t'a$tei'gattlled by egling or sending zk' hr. e46 9aur idinfor i late of Lo Cream. P4qagaI$Ir. yaihaa Pa'rott We, again this morning. are called upon to chronicle the death of anoth, er old citizen. Mr. Nathan Parrott, died a, his resideuge in this District, on Saturday laat, the 25th instant, in the 82nd year of his ago. He was an. honest and industrious citizen. Crsumubs. Ire The number of deaths in Charles ton for the week endingthe 25th, 42, -white 10; colored 32. At the Citadel Square Baptist Church, Charleston, on Sunday morn. ing, nine persons wore baptised-five .ladies and four gentlemen. At a meeting of the subseribers of the Capital stock of the "Charlston 1 Phosphate Company," the following gentlemen were ele...

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 July 1870

From Pole to-Pole. A merchant, going hone drunk, i-tagiered a gint a telegraph-pole. '*Beg i It don", said he, "I hope n vt It's rather (lark, and tho trect is Qgrrow, you see." In a * mormen s, he came in oon tact witho, ole. "(Co M it, sir," raid he, lifting 41iQ .I never saw such crookod e' as wo have here in this city. Agai4 anipuI of a polo, this time wj. a. force which sent him backwaid,and tothe ground. "Look bore,.nelghbor, yo4 ned not h a f*)1qrdown because7li hap. t y ; the roa is as U mine as Yo(tip, and I have as -i ri ; t hero as you have, .old &M -mud." Ce p 14iolf up atid made er on to reach his horne, but 40on eaiwe plump against another shan't make any more apolo. We " Saidt s"If you get into the l ':street and stand in ay ?t'ues y6u'r look-out and not min.'. Prooecgat6g on his Journey' again. and.be_,vg angr and diSy, he a teod Maged In antintri Ia of telegraph poloo, led him to make a general ntill iiqq#, are not doing the ac tHi1hg. Ye do not give a man h'-ch...

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 July 1870

Desportes, Wilhams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literaturo. [Terms---$3.00 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. VI.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 1 1870. [NO. 4 T E1 FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 FUiiSHI D wlJ.)IKIY BY DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & U( Verm.-Tinu IIKRALD iv published Week in the Town of Winnsboro, at 63.00 in Wareably in advance. &- All transieut advertisements to bc paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. A NIGHT ATTACK. -0 I was still a young man, seareely more than a boy, in fact, when I left England to become the partner of my old schoolmate, Dick Morton, who had settled down as a sheep.farner in South America. Our joint and rath or modest capital was invested iu a league of land near Santa Fe, on the Parana, bought "foi a song," on ac count of some defect in the title ; also in a fe., sheep, having the lathy ap pearance, and almno.,t the speed, of greyhounds ; and lastly, in the mate r...

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 July 1870

THE~FAIRHELD HERALD Publieibed Every Wednesday at WJJ'NNSBORO, S. C Desportes, Williams & Co. --0 TBRS--IS ADVANOR. Oue opy one year, - $800 Five " *' " - - - 1260 Tol l " - - 2500 Disturbance at Gadsden. The Republican meeting at Gads den on the 9th inst., ended quite trag ically. Thre were no Ku-Kluxes present, but only a little disagree mJkent between opposing factions of the iUdical persuasion. Sturday was t6e day appointed for the meeting of the electors of the precinct of Gads den to nominate delegates to appear in the county convention oni the 22d instant. There were a laru umn..ber of colored people congregatcr!, two companies of colored militia, and a batch of distinguished orntl.'s ferm Columbia-Nash, Thomina...., Wigg, and others. Ode Phillip Epsoin, a so.Aawag, seems to have been anxious for a place upon the ticket to the county conven tion, and being defeated, as he sup. posed, by the influcice of Nash and a Columbia clique, mounted the speak er's stand, and, in the...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 13 July 1870

ew Advertisenents. otice-W. E. Aiken, See. Sheriff Sales-L. W. Duvall. Qoeding, Stiaart & Co., warn those who' are indebted to them to look wild. Turnip Sood-Ketchin, ble9aster & Brico. Notice--Jacob Feaster. Lost-Apply at this office. Now Country Fluur.-Molntyre & CdO. See B. It. Stuart'- School. Aural -Carolinian-Walkor, Evans t & Cogsw'ell. C Oburt Week. The July term of the Court of Comnon Pleas and General Sessions q for Fairfield County, couvened on Monday, His Honor Judge Rutland, presiding. We are informed that in all probability the Court will adjourn before the end of the week, owing to the small amount of business. E4gnd Sale. It will be reiembored that the land of defaulting tax payers will be sold to-day by Mr. Juo. V. Clarke, County Treasurer. kist Cotton Molls. We have received from the planta tion of Capt. Lhos. Jordan, (the EllI son place) three cotton bolls, the first we have seen this season. They were r tacen on the 9t-h, from a twenty-five U acre...

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. — 13 July 1870

The Negro k!o uoutlj Carolina, A corresponenR of Lho 1 1ev Yor 1I &in has interviewed Smith and Hfow ard, the colored cadets to West Point,, fr9nt.elte.pport of which we make the followsig extri'et in riegard to Smith it is finially tettlod bdyohd all ques. tion that we are t9t have a negro cadet at NV6t' aint, s Jaines Willham Smith, the colored boy from Colum- I bin, S. C., has passed the examination and gone into camp with his white comrtits.v Tb feel ing on tist 0 ject at West Po0nt., and 1ll through r the country, has become intense. The officors arid professors at Vest Point do not express their feelbiga frooly, but properly maintain a discreet offi cial reticence upon the exusperating question. Not so with the cadets, bowever. They are outepokln ; and their feelings, us expressed to our ro porter before the result of the exami- t nation was known, wore so deep and solemn as to seem comical. James Williapi Smith is twenty years old, 'tal, slen'der, and rather lousoly put t...

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 July 1870

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$300 per Annum, In Advance. VOL. VI WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JiJLY 9517 [NO.5 TilE FAIRVIELD HERALD 18 FUIIS11CD WEKKLY BY DEWORTES.- WILLIAMS & (0 ermes.-Tna HasBALD is publislier Week In the Town of Winusboro,. at 83.00 in Vaeq.y in aduan.e. All traneleqt tdiertisomonfs to he .padiadvance. Obituary Notibes and Tributes $1.00 per square. A TRUE STORY O TIlP 'AUSTRALIAN BUSIL Some years. ago,. wo men, Charles Storey 'and Edward.Ladbury, had charge of an. outdying heep-station, belonging to I'4ir. John Hassal, a wealthy Aurangquattor.f, The first naled wasthe pbepherd, 'the second the htitkdeoer. 'JThoir.hut stood in tb uidit of a 0640 of primitive na ture. Excejt tihh fdld8 for the flocks, there wcre no eolosures of any desorip tioti. The dountry was an open expanse of grass,,with a few undulations dotted sparseIy \vith evergreen trees most...

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. — 20 July 1870

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Published Every Wednesday at WINvNSBOIo, S. (a, DY Desportes, Williams & Co. TARMS-1N AD VANCE. One Copy one .year, - $ 00 Fivo " "1 " - - 1250 'Te " " " - - 2500 [COMMnIII ICATED.] To the Good People of Fairfield ounty. F.LLOW-CITJZENS :- am before you as a candidate to represent you in the House (f 'Represitativo of the lInited States-Congress, and do most earnestly and respectfully solicit your votes and suppoi t, at the onsuing olec tion in October. I fully realize the rotponsibility which attac'hoi to the trut whidih I seok at your hands, but 'if yon elect ne, T w-l bring to the d'ischarge of my duties as a public servant, all the honesty industry and -ability that I pos(es.q. I ami, follow citizenls, a native of South Carolina, and was born in G ro3nville. My grandfather and father were also citi zensof the samne Slate, and reared large families in G recnville. I am devotedly ttached to the land of my tirth, and have long since resolved cone weal or co...

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 July 1870

A good, industrlous white boy, one who can road and write, as an appron tico. Apply at this office. Dickson's Book on FarnIfl David Dickson's Great book ov Farming now out. No farmers libra ry complete without it. Bound 10 cloth, extra, $4; Sheep, $4.50 ; Hall Morocco, $5. Orders received at thia office. Good canVsbing agents want, ed. For terms apply at this office. New Adveirtisorkentn. Another Supply--Read the advor tisoment of Ketchin, MuMastor & Brice. battressos, Trunnel-Bods, &o., just received at MoIntyre & Co's. I Justinecived-S. Wolfe, Agt. Grand Clearance-S. Wolfe, Agt. Removal of' isabilitles. Congress has reioved the political disabilities from the following gentle. men of this County: R. E. Ellison, James B. McCants, Jas. H. Rion, and Win.- R.Robertson. A Delidilmntr Entertainment. The perfortiances of the Thespian Corps last Tuesday evening, being for the benefit of the Hook and Ladder Company, were, in every respect a brilliant success. The audience wa th...

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 July 1870

B3ri)u Riot in Now York-S9everal Per sons Killed and Wounded. 0 Tuesd ay the "Orange Societies," of Now York underto,k to clebrate the b-ttle ot the 13 yne by a pic.ni at )'l ui Park, on Eighth arenne at Ninety-Pecond street. A despatch to the "American Press Associationi" ki Enys: du The march to the grounds was fol marked by no acts violutce on the W( part of the spectators, and nothing Sa indicated the fearful scene which was fr< b~e euacted an hour or two later. It of appears about three Inndred Irih pc atsholios, knowing of the intended w celebration, had taken quarters at th Elm Park, armed with clubs and re- in volvers, and juist as the societies arriv- 0 ed at the park a party of about two stl huadred rushed out of the grounds and wi met the Orangemen at the gate. An- at other party ot Irishinen emerged from Yt a plantation in the rear of the procesa to tiSm, yelling furiouisly and flourishing cluhs iand revolvers. fo The Orangenen, pane stricken, th .raised a cry of "Fen...

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 July 1870

1esportes, Williams & Co. Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature [Terms---$300 por Annum In Advance. VOL,VI V WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, J LY 27,1870. [NO. 6 THE PAIRMIELD HERALD t5 TUBL[SBICD WEEKLY BT DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & C4 2tnt,s.-TNsa IsALD I. published Week !ti the Town of Winnsboro, at $3.00 in eareably in aduance. i8Nr All transient. advertisements to b paid in advance. Obituary Iotioee and Tributee $1.00 PS square. 'rgrn Our Own Correspon dent. OAIcAL'aD, OALIroRBNiL, July 12, 1870 1,t. 'EbItOR --Now I will sai aomethihg of the groat Western 01 ant. The eyes of many persons ar< at present tiined towards Californib and. probably an account of the Stat< aid also of the Pacific Rail Road ma' pirVo of interest to ybu. 'It 'day trouse our friends, and stimulate them to renewed exertions to'knov how the world and cspeoiall3 the Western World is striding on The greatest civil and solentifi< abbievement is...

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 July 1870

WI1NS.BORO Wednesday Morning, Jult 27, 1870. ! Union Reform Nrni.iatlons. i FOR OOV.RNOa, W. -IIon1. Rt. B. CARPENTER, l ) , FCfIARLESTON. q^' VOR 'LIEUTENANT"Oov}Yrr(O-, n . General M. C. BUTLER, - of EDOR PITRLD. - - --~ t Prap[al'>:tufl'li(y. V 'Tho Geoern) tovioi', of the Ro.a.isb b Cliu,ch have just enounced the dogma o of Papal Infallibility amidst the jeers f and langhter of the Protestant and Infidel world. But let us look at it a r little. What is it, and is it so ab surd 1 It is not asserted that the Pope is free from sin and error as a i intun, but that when he, as the author- r ised organ of the Visible Church, ex- t pounds Christian truth, he is guided c by Divine indluonce to an infallible t statement of it for the comfort and direction of the faithful. Admit the c doctrine of an external obligatory i organized unity of the Church, as held by many Protestants, but erro neously in our judgment, and by the entire Romish Communion, and put i it 1 y the side of Christ's...

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 July 1870

I.sobal Iternm. 't1b-;Mbte, one w wite, .asa fppren. ti p, yt this,offee. r t'w a ds 'loado t4d to, oome ti a and psy dp. tap titlsgar 'eer--just open o &} Desportee. t agl gricultural and s id aii--T R. Cen ter, :ChAinan lrtuptoy-W. r. Clawson, . A. Aiken, Seoretary. o grionl Nomination. ;jk4 r'd ..oti.9,-B. F. floul-. a b t ibdlous building, also the 111bgfor e4e. See ayertise. M*ontressIoal District. It is requested that the counties of Qone, Piakons, Greenville, Laurens, Spartanburg, Union, York, Chester and, Fairfield, comprising the Fourth Congressional District, do send delega. tjque.to a Convontion=to be held in the city of Voluubia on Tuesday, the 16th of August next, to nominate a sitable caudidate for Congress in said District. W. H. WAr.LACE, 8. P. HAMILTON, Of the Executive Committee of the Union Reform Party from the 4th Cdn'gresaional District. Crumnbs.. Hon. R. B. Carpenter, General M. C. Butlor and Goueral J. 13. Kurshaw, wills dess he; iti.zens of FairAleld, a ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 27 July 1870

9rovide for the Emergenoy-A Word to the Agr;culturist. WA cord ally unite with the Cheoni C oe 4 Snlinal, of Augusta, Georgia, in advisig our people to p'ovide against p a dearth of provisions, likely to result a fion War inEurope. That war must en- ti Ihnee the price of brea')siuT, and de- o p,(Jos the value ofcotton. At all times, r we have deeiied it a ruinous policy to ft plant cotton to the exclusion of corn and griit generally. Now, more than e7er, o dmrwa it become its to review this policy. t) Our contemporary says : ci There is a time yet for something to tI be done to sustain our past error, and ti make u.i less dependent for food upon it the North and West. Nature has p blessed ns with a generous climate and c a fruitful soil, well adapted to the growth ti ctf urapes, small grain and root crops. r These grow and flourish here during the tl entire winter. A few acres of land well r prepared and properly enriched, will c secure. .a full and abundant crop of turnips, beets o...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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