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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 5 October 1881

fijlfe ?! ? | I ! ! Illl 11 hi ,,, ? .11.1 T |, | ,,, I II 111 I | |# | , , ,| ,? - ! ? 11 II II llll ill I I I ^ l ||gp - y j f WEEKLY EDITION. WIXySBORO. S. C-.. WEDNESDAY? OCTOBER -5. 1881. ESTABLISHED if THE BLACK ROBE. BY WILKIE COLLINS. ?ATTHOB OF? "THE "WOHAS DJ WHTTB," "IH2 11005 STOXE," " AFTEE DABS," "50 NAME," I "MAS AXDWIFH," "THE LAW AND TEE IiADY," "THE KEW MAGDALEN*/' ETC., ETC. CHAPTEB rr.?THE JESUITS. j Father Benwell rose and advanced t< meet the visitor 'with his paternal smile " I am heartily glad to see von," h< said, and held oi?t his hand -with a coming mixture of dignity and cordiality. Penrose lifted the offered hand respectfully to his lips. As one of the " Provincials" of the Order, Father Ben well occupied a high place among th English Jesuits. He was accustomed to acts of homage offered by his youngei brethren to their spiritual chief. "I fear you are not well," he proceeded, gently. " Your hand is feverish, Arthur.^ " Thank you, Father; I sun as w...

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 October 1881

Wrt 1*81 HrVIJTZ KDlTOTt. the Senate Hffii it adjourned. BR-.ifif when it re Valk enough. Hp wicl to be proarevs me last, operation for Hfi be on hand at the ^FSennte. ^ Boj^l^erfriirfivlt? te reaeh^H^^PI^^^TOuire:u3y. wiiile only SiWUKK) l.uvo l?fg!i ^ulwcrihml t?> the- gyn thon fi:tu I h??!trdcs^ people of Miclt 15011. - 1 9*> "7hi. Augusta Chronicle ant? Contntio*ttli*t predicts that Mahout? v !:! exm'rietice u defeat in tin* coniitiif May our contemporary prove *? imp pr?phet. IB ? Thf Philadelphia Times thinks that t!t- Democrats may now carry Ohio, v vh* not bit# but political suicide can them In New* York. The Times 3- a shrewd observer. Tax; New York Star jsays the a?.?asof a President does not moke K-iur* of ftll politician!*, and it refers to V*- iu*?i?ry of the srovemment after 2 Ve<ii!eiit Lincoln's death as proof of 2'.- a>?ertion. ^ - *Sr ^ > i*hkx CJovertior Sprty?ue wa? in the 3-<~-4i*y of fcis ?r]ory. he "rave Id* wile a * liTznrhe for rc'fiiting t...

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 October 1881

HP^fN^loUNTY BtESDAT, October S. : 18.M Hsms of The News axo TIekald Hi-weekly edition,- lour dollars pt in advancxr; weekly edition Hdol'ars and fifty cents per annum Hi vance. Liberal discount to club Hive and upward*. Hatks ok Advertising.?One dolla Hindi for the first insertion, na< H cents per inch for each subseq ien H rt ion. These rates apply to nil ad Hisements. of whatever nature, aiu payable strictly in advance. Con jHHHf for three, six or twelve month Hie on very liberal terms. Tran Hit local notices, fifteen cents pc H^BSBS? for the first insertion and sevej iic nT??r line for eac] Boscqnent insertion. Obitua-ies am Bbutes of re>pcct chained as adver HK<cinents. Simple announcements o B&rriage* and deaths published free o Hharjje. and solicited. I A.J1 communications, of whatsoeve *?ure. should be addressed to th< RTmnsiKWO Publishing' Company jSVhinsboro. S. C. ?->r AdTtrtliemcM*. I New York Weekly Herald. F Clerk's Sale?W. II. Kerr, Clerk. I Sheriff...

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 October 1881

Kgr- jLivcw ot Rqlcrn. Bing are the most noted acts ! ^ JPRas^jpRion or attempted murders ; r| of rulers of nation! which bave taken v I place since the davs of Edward the | o Martyr: ! 961?Edward the Martyr, King of , g England, while mounted and ready to j p go on h hunt, was stabbed from behind j by an unknown assassin and killed. j < 1*271?Henry D'Allmaine, King of the g( Romans and Earl of Cornwall, was assassinated in Italy by his cousins. . 13*27. September 21?Edward II. of : England was killed in Beikelev Castle : fl. * .... S, |U. Dy wan;raver* ana wrcuuay. ; J8$ * 1399, October - Richard II. of Eng^^ B land, after being deposed, was-eCfTSned | 9 in the castle of Pomfort and slowly j PL^^starved4Trdea?h. Anotber account savs j ' that Sir Piers Exton and others of the ; guard fell on him and despatched him with their halberds j , 1419?John, Duke of Burgnndy, w?s ; slain by Tannegin de Chatel and others | p of the retinue of the Dauphin. i, 1471, May?Henry VI. of England i...

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 October 1881

4^1 1% SB or 1 ' i i 1 i i v PBr &JL IL' 14J 1 gpsi^. ? J38g -??^r ? M jj WEEKLY EDITION. ^ OCTOBER 12, 1681. I THE BLACK ROBE. BY "WILKIE COLLINS. to ?AUTHOR OF? "THE WOMAX IX WHITE," " THE 1IOOX0TOXE," " AFTER DARK," "XO XAilE," " MAX ASD "WIFE," "THE LAW AXD K THE LlADT," "THEXEWiUGgj| PA LEX," ETC., ETC. CHAPTER IV.?FATHER BEX WELL HITS. Art has its trials as well as its triK amphs. It is powerless to assert itself against the sordid interests of every-dar lifp. Tna err^ah^ai. nnnlr avpt Tsrifctfln. I the finest picture ever painted, appeals in vain to minds preoccupied by selfish and secret cares. On entering Lord Loring's gallery Father Benwell fonnd but one person who was not looking at the pictures under false pretenses. Innocent of all suspicion of the conflicting interests whoso struggle now centered in himself, Bomayne was carefully studying the pictures which had been made the pretext for inviting him to the house. He had bowed to Stella, with a tranquil admiration o...

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. — 12 October 1881

it rhc- Wiiii'r Ki.'rtC fKi>,. >ii-:v." cuss >;:tn -\ c?!'>r-'il !:iV. yer 1><? I cuaS.rr. ?nrn?*(? Wiif?'ktr, addresses ^ *!u- nwlv i\ itli go?i?l vy<:iiT?. Tr,F. S:.v &c5it?- tI>k'VCs have- Ivco: Swdk-f^? ^><r in* Tv'tslwJiirto!! ?r:.'.T; ?? iiwK^HrHu^my (;?l I>or>.v/ ha s^CKpri sBrcyi fir. . ("JrrrSAS* jvwran wrtf. Trx ?-- 5 iUc.'oJsr-i:; ?:iu: r^_ His. wasivj h;:s rw* ] :; ; J .?>. ?br j?ri^5i^>>n. br.J try ;4* p:<>r i;a 5fs arer]?.-. :asv^:?y Ix^icir t;-. AErrscsric l^uraFsy hntcs tzi&?kk?u<? him our. of i.^0- * ?? . 6?a-Hi?r.-?r -in urdrc* !o . srettre ui 5>s??r-: ?raix!?i?tratioi>.?r aiiit it is iv > i u%i :h?< e*i?:?iicps- of Shertnan* . a* so?rQ*t?i!y of the {n:.,^:: - .2 ar.'in Ac&nc's baud:-*- Wiiri be* 7* ul:*-r ? "X53*-.Stf-\v >:;>^k iU*p:fii>ttcact con iviuLot, *xj "??"*-irii>e~?ktyr the Stnhvart T?-t^xWi>rksi IxMir^lli u rnaj?ri:y u feas^red rwu**. Coiik.'iuir v.'a ^ ilcittgx&...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 12 October 1881

IBj.jw . ,.x?u 1 ,-uei r*.1? ..'J1, iVN AND COUNTY BjvESDAY, Cdol>cr 12, : : : 1SS r.um? of The Xkws and Hkuaij ri-weokly edition, four dollars pc in advance: weekly editioi ' dollars and ll fiy cents per on mm dvnnce. Liberal discount to ciul five and upwards. atics or Advkktisino.?One dolla inch, for the llr?t insertion, a.i KlfLcnt-> per i:ich for each snbseo ?cn KriTon. These rates apply to ;jjI ;u" Hisements. of whatever nature, a; i ^ payable strictly in advance. Co;: Hcts for three, six or twelve month Brie 011 very liberal tenns. Trim wit local notice*, fifteen costs pe He for the i>rst insertion and scVci flflwl one-half cents per line for eael ^^ bseouentinsertion. Obituaries ant HBhtite^ of respect charged as ariver BKimm Simple announcements o ^^fcrria'ros and deaths published free o and solicited. Hk; communications, of whatsoeve uK . addressed to lb Spl Hnsboro Pnbfi?]iiog Company B??slx>ro, S. C. Notick.?All persons indebted to mi |H>r work <lone wil...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 12 October 1881

THE ^IXTITED GUEST, An Episode of a New Orleans Banquet. Some years ago when John McCnlw lough was in New Orleans a compliW mentary dinner was given him, to which Robson and Crane, the comedians, were invited. Robson tells the following story of an incident which occurred : "It was a private affair, so that when I saw, sitting between Crane and myself, a very seedy-looking old gentleman, my attention was arrested, and I began to eve the old chap with suspicion. By and by lie began to attract the attention of the company. He "eras a man of, say sixty or thereabout, unshaven and very shabbily dressed. The night ontside was bitterly cold, and yet the old felloe wore a ihin summer coat buttoned tip to the throat. What first drew my attention to him was his appearance, and after that his appetite. He ate voraciously, and his drinking kept pace with his eating. Again and again did Crane and I replenish his plate and fi1! his glass, and again njid again tvere thej emptied. I rcmess that a ...

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. — 19 October 1881

!T 7 c \{/.:\ ' ? 'j H WEEKLY EDITION. WIX]S7SB0R0, S. C.. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 19. 1881. ESTABLISHED IN 1848. [THE BLACK ROBE. r BY WILKIE COLLINS. ?AUTHOB OP? ?THB WOMAK Df WHITE," "THE SIOOX | 8TOXE," " AFTEB DABS," "NO NAME," " S1AK A5D WIPE," " THE LAW AJCU THE IiADY," " THE SEW MAGDALEN," Era, ETC. rPi.vrvu XL?THE OBDEB OF THE DISHES. Iuaea ine r Loring's iscribed as e person;" ect truth, on to the On its was repre, youthful ction that ore. The ittle mind ity. Any | ction op- ( together, i n speech . attention ' which fol- ^ Romayne, his coffee to all ap- | if he had I : Bjfom the remote , HA. new contribuEfs little library ( by on the table, Ks to the means by Riose first advances SpLs present position. Re of dignity was V ? HRShe had a priest for V book with the rev- , Kautliograph inscribed ^ Fee to yonr liking, ^ Hp sugar if yon please." R?ras proud of her hand, Hf the meritorious details n She took up the sugar- " Wsuavity and grace; she f sugar into the cup, with a *" easu...

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. — 19 October 1881

rnt ST.m ASf) ItKUA 1,1). S^DCCSSIMT, (Motw J<>. : r : tan v. /:.. *rir.t.xs 7>.t rrs. editor. . *o. a. JJKr.Y?/J),<. issnnyrs 2i>rrou. nnnerr- r.rv hrww <:<it tr:va?ii?w;r aJevudy- Tli'.-y ale |4u;rjrii?g tbeir it'UTT-nfv-r.ny ue? wu;^:1" w? * 'A.- r ?sr?*:l oUitt-s Senate onlr *kJt wu? i\; >:uki ! > i:;tv<? national ""iiH Atlanta trighJeni'il by t .-lanior flrosj. abroad. h:;ve jju! dou ti t-z :: avccui T>rice*i2aia:I?ir the* . 5 vpotifokx*. IJwi.List*. formerly otTitor ?r is t. As Timothy Titr.r:ia>*~Inr wrutf muHt. for ilii? ii?\ YTkluuet h:."si:ajvtcy he aclucvcrl Es . ): * .^::?::riiy. An exchmure cullLit;:. Je ??i' i".>in:noii?>5r?ce. viia M;iW>iie. x tvoitifio:i the oi':i?T <T:?y sv?* frtrn^w* I>uvi< for Uuyan: a* fz-z-xkiti pro trm. Bayard an-l Tuvi? j-?i wili^tUe rc-fvittliua \tas caaried fc.v Ji. ?u:.>?li>v ni tyftr>)K<rvr? the ad\ice ui* iii> pkv.-k'Kir*sp^ie iie^wriuiiy in tire a^iiKirKifir His articul...

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. — 19 October 1881

c 1WN ANI) COUNTY WrONESOAT, October 19. : : : 18?: Tkttuc of TheNews ,\xr> IIf.kar.r -Tri-weekly edition, four dollars ;>c ?tnuvM, in advance: weekly editioi two dollars and fifty cents ptrnvnvv in advance. Liberal discount to clul of tive and upwards. J'atks ok Advertising.?0n*> dolla per inch for the first insertion. ??i tifty cents per inch for each subseo tow insertion. These rates apply to ail ad vrrtisements. of whatever nature, an sro payable strictly in advaiwe. C.'o:: tracts for three, six or twelve month made on very liberal terms. Trail sient local notices, lift ecu cents pe line for the first insertion and scvei and one-half cents per line for eacl subseauent insertion. Obitua-ies uu< tribute* OI re<pect Ciiargvu as auv;i tisements. Simple announcements o marriage* aiul deaths published 1'rec o charge. and solicited. 'VIi communication*, of whatsoeve nature, should be addressed to th< *;irinnsboio Publishing Company Wi.insboro. S. C. Xotiok.?All person...

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. — 19 October 1881

kt rolled ^^^^cought what bliss ills H>ai the wish died oat; SPit Love's thrills. end the thought of life iB8a5 a?e H;: without love is Bovc-Iv page." B-nt love, I'll wish for thee: Kce far outweighs Which I fondly deemed s< kealth, and length of day*." * ?Bazar. trill never find a model tc idea. There's no womar h a face beautiful enougl ur design." nnd her." Wh e?' knocked over the cigar Bod np before Mark Hat Rfe in the next room, fo: I I expect her every mo Hn tnre I don't want tc ^^HH'vo-j her Hrcnare, No. 12." is Clinton's!" Bjpean Isabel Cliffton ? Sh( ^;quaw.:> mean Bel Cliffton. Joc, |HB|H^Kar the door opening." MLkly and looked "with al H vanity into the glass, Bxvavy hair a backward ^HBRn out. Kliffton! Ton are ven Hse walk this way. Thi< BKierc yon are to spenc jraonrs." He held the dooi Bfhe entered. Bxall, finely-dressed girl, He of color in her face, sav< Rips^ and with ripples o: Hfeepiag back in gracefnj Hp the qneenly forehead ali the artist desired?...

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. — 26 October 1881

WEEKLY EDITION. jj| WINffSBORO. S. C.. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1881 ESTABLISHED IN 1848. I ? . i ? vr^m^BiMMnT'BirflnraiawgJ JHI l ixwrK*BCJ<-WUMn?..I-J1M will iMin1' I immintwi^. ,? m, ,ri, I ii^iib I I tiiiii?nijUL^na'i Vkfjm jj ivcezx^^mi i wimn^ jWBiii,w..ai. ^KtfcjtJJi minu/.BagriRrrjrrp'iM iT-nmnaiaaMi?M. " ' " i ma??? mtm i - 1 " ' " ???aMl?? THE BLACK ROBE BY WlLIvIE COIiLIXS. ?AUTHOR OF? "SHE "WOMAN IN* WHITE," "THE MOONSTONE," " AFTER DARK," "NO NAME." " MAN AND "WIFE," " THE LAW AND THE LADI," " THE NEW MAGDALEN," ETC., ETC. CHAPTER VLLT.?THE PKIEST OR THE WOMAN ? Lord Loring hurried away to his dressing-room. " I won't be more* than ten minutes," ho said, and left Komavne and Stella together. She was attired with her customary love of simplicity. White lace was the only ornament on her dress of delicate j rs%ery gray. Her magnificent hair was left to plead its own merits, without ornament of any sort. Even the brooch which fastened her lace pelerine was of plain gold o...

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. — 26 October 1881

^ 9 M'XIT, 0-to>?-r "i?J, 1 xs1, 1>.\ VIS. EMrvtt. j>. X. /. EVX>l.l>S. Av???!iT2 F.t>fTOl:. Bv. !II'KK I-" i lr.-.r-? il| >NK~;,N'i *:;ii to b<? ^TclC. HT-JK <.'hU-i:rt> wtui's l<> B f, >t?:r<-ivct rn Arthur's t-?n>ii? c*i. WjlV- h (iov? xi.KS ii:?v v.Kicni ?c*t"s? iV?'Jsi ill>li to ||v \r.ry J:*.- Itu- iX >oil Thk .ifi-'ftmit llitrJ't ;-!<st : > ihsstruy !?? i ;< ::?? :c."acy. '-v?tTili ii:|< ;{:? .S'.li-iia*. :i ri 'iii!**. ^ l::c Jletiti'iu S c :iny f -i rluif ttM'iiiS <>::t -ItJc? ;>f tii<t-C.lii.if_" xrfv*?:i if -ii--!: ? g.T-.-T< K ;::i< 1 t? ill -u:ifcrt !':< l>?-:iuirr:t!"?r SieSit*?. ;tl'luniuit pt*" worr <mU cS !:;< t:an\vhro?:_ The !* >>?.-. avf Fust (hut b??U v -'ml (] > n?>! ir'V. IB:iz>!>r.rr;4".::':F.;: i< t?> hi* Kusforfmin.Vr!v:i?!& if tlwr .{rwytts-] bs earn* tfw T.! V.'hat an bS'uiion on tin* ()!:! I>? jC'ri: K'.taihlitains have pnhrited Win...

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. — 26 October 1881

- ?> , ~ '? I L%*V.1+"\ ' ! ... *f r TOWN AND COUNTY, j WEDNESDAY, Ocfolw?r 2C>. : : : 1881. Tkt?m? or Tiik Xk'.v? ani> IIki:ai.i?. -Tri-wcokly pdition. fonr dollars per xT/ni7n.t. in advance: "weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cents /ter'/ttittnn, : '?7 n./.vil <lic<*onnf to clubs B lJi iiiiwunx. i> i.'v.... .... of live and upwards. Katt.s oy Ai>vki:t:six<:.?One doJlai B per inch for the first insertiou. a .id; fifty cents per inch for each subseq ient insertion. Those rate;- apply to ad ad jk rcrtlsenwits. of whatever nati'tx*. and g are payable strictly in atlvawe. ('0:1tractsfor three. >ix or twelve months Made on very liberal temis. TraiiI sient local notions, fifteen cents per F line for the f'rst insertion and ?even ft. jr.id onr-haif cents per line for each | subsequent insertion. Obitua-ies and ' tributes of respect charged as adv<;rI tiseruents. Simple announcements oi I marriages and deaths published free 01 Kkp. charge. and solicited. A...

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. — 26 October 1881

"WHOLESALE FARMING. A ?T>*i?-fv T!'"t!&nt5'l Acr^ Wheat Field? Ship?!rcTIir?*eTrnin Loads a Day?How the Dairjinple Farm in Run. A Fifgo (Bd-O'a) letter says: I stood this u orn ng at the center of the largest farm in ihs world ; the largest j yieee < f tc-rrito:y ever cultivated under i the direction of a. single jr>vn. As far j the eve con'd reach, north, south,! east or west, there was nothing visible 1-nt the bluest of blue sky ; the reddest of red bams, the great awkward-lookinc* thrfshers, with iheir smoke-beg:imcd (ngices beside them, the whirries: haiTesters and miles after miles of wheat. We ssked for Mr. Dalrymple, and he cane cows irorn some room above, a i leader, q ret-looking man, with a pen 1 ei:i::d hi- ear, whom you would judge ^o i.-c u s 'rooimaster or a clergyman at sirV. His hands were soft and white ?more accustomed to the book or pen thm the plow?and his face, where it was not covered with beard, was not burned so much as mine. He met us cordially,...

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. — 2 November 1881

Y EDITION. ^ ^ WLNjSTSBORO, S. C.. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1881. ESTABLISHED IN 1848. "" fc, THE BLACK ROSE. BY TPTLKIE COLLINS. ~ r i ?AUTHOB OP? " THE TTOIIAX IN WHITE," "THE MOON 8&V STONE," " APTER DARK," "NO NAME," ISffiv y- " HAN AND T5TFE," " THE LAW AND THE LADY," "THE NEW MAGDALKV," ETC., ETC. cziAPTEn x. ? fathkn r.?.\".vsi.:/s gf , I L "To Mr. BitraKe?Private an<"! confidential?Sir: I understand that yoiiz connection vith the la^ does not exclude your occasional superintendence of confidential inquiries which are not | of a nature to injure vour professional position. The inclosed letter of intro" duction \rill satisfy you that I am in' capable of employing your experience in a manner unbecoming to you or to myself. <?The inquiry that I propose to you relates to a gentleman named Winter? ' field. He is now staying in London, at \ * Derwent's hotel, and is expected to re main there for a week from tLe present ^ date. His place of residence is on the North Devonshi...

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. — 2 November 1881

f fJilE'SEVTS AND HEUALl). !' TriNXSi>OKO. l\ I Vovnilwr 2. : : : W. j ?i. itJiJISS J>.l I'IS. LZl'lTtUi. : | $ - * ' ?. K I:VX<>7?VS. associ>tr Ewtok. i gsg-l % I'kk-i^ent G bevy's i?3tt'.rht<*r h:;s . ' ? I ja-il tmi^ript? oiie of the jfovermiu'M n*tai*he?. ri-j??;riisir i:: the nntVenrhy 11 j*> amine cl M?>iisrt*ui* Phjiv'I YViLmmi. Aimzri: weighs t\v?> Imm'.reil :ui<\. ; i , t. ..... . fc..ren pouitus niiii uavut wuvw tnree, j J ii:nlri-il and hi'iiMMi. Five humlr^l ] &:ul.!:.irty ix.iunU of 3c?l. between ihe . i VriT?-?t i>tu!C> a:?d nnnrcuy. i i i>. v:d f) \vr> refuses t<> sav whether ; ill ?;?j::k>st Gorham or not r.ml! j * -?lii panics have postponed thi> i? 1 ::;>rty qttesifon by r?>ntitt::inj? Clerk ! JSh-.-'jvV. a i>eui<.?c;i?tr acting werefci-; ?:*' V _ i ^ UK rvw.t liedlaui i> of English , .: In 16*7 v-slj.i>liKhe(i tir-s lcr>?:ic sfv !u:n, ami vailed it; I:e:i?Iehe?i; v. hivh wus ??>on &g...

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. — 2 November 1881

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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. — 2 November 1881

"'r\ ' f^0 SIGHTS AT SISG S >*G. ~"? ~' " I Tbe Prisoner's Paradi-*~-'The Old Jail? ! The " i.i'e Men"?The Daily Routine? T??* Pnddleand Dark Celln? Chapel cad ! llMpltal. A correspondent of a New York paper has been visiting the Sing Sing prison, about which he sajs: Turning from the verdure-clad hills and the park-like acres which inclose Sing Sing to the immense buildings which lie at its foot I and within its high walls, there is the j place of confinement for State criminals, ; where thev are dreadfullv punished, i and vet so well treated that this prison ! is familiarly called the prisoner's para-: dise. Erected in 1S25 und many times enlarged and improved, it has held the most notorious convicts of this State. Its stone corridors are well worn, the rutted flags telling of the tramp of the army of beings who have by their rnisdoiogs banished themselves from the society of their fellow-creatures. The long row of cells look gloomy and dingy and unrelenting, and one unaccustom...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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