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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 24 August 1887

r?T*" ?? ?7 / Tll/'IT TVTI'! T T/ir-WT JuUvAJj Ii>I 1'Aj I. lUJiiN\jh. U'j?i>XE5I>AY, AUGUST 24, : : : 1SS7- I Terms ok The News and Uei:ai.:>.? | Tri-weekly edition, three dollars $?cr an7cum, in advance. Weekly edition, one j dollar and fifty cents per annum, r: ad-; vanee. p kates yon advertising.?une uonarj ?er inch (solid minion) for the first inser lion, and lifty cents per inch for eaeh sub- j se ;uent insertion- These rates ai?i>:y to j advertisements of every character, and are ] nay:.LI strictly in advance, t;Mt:'..-.ri(-s and ti .but *s o'f resj.':ct are charged U v as advertisements. Marriage notices, and nnnouMvim-nt:; of deaibs, ar=- j-nb"<l free, and a:vsolicited. Liberal term* ?".>! contract advertisements. > < iv AtIver?:s<MMt*?T.> Kemeinber?Q. I). Williford ?.vc Co. j Sale and Feeu Stables?A. Y>7ilHford. " Land for Sale?Joseph K, Alston, i Columbia, S. C. ' : llrjers. ?Trade in town last Saturday was quite dull. "V?? T--?(Vif r?/...

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. — 24 August 1887

v tkip ' ; .vhekica. ! R :j Jnt<*rc.?::c^ \oyu.v ."Maiie Ijy Two S?ou:i* B Carolinian*. Some need i I - - ' ity, an I 3Ir. F. Mc r. <Yv'innsboro, had | gone oil ' n - t Ip ; C n'ral America. w | The young torn ? rv b:ve relumed, the for- i ct^ninrr in Saratosra and the latter! ? coming direclly home. Mr. McMasierj" passed tbr-ugh the city yesterday on his way to Winnsbor# nr.d ia conversation with a rvj.-Mic-r :--.ve the ." account Of the V ;:1 : tl "We .1 Char-c-ilon on the 3th July in ' 5-hi;. Yemar-soe ;r:d reached o Xc'.v Y-. The ivli.-Mt day we c-:?. ! :< ! h: the Ozama for Centra! n America. rst at Turk's * Island. whhh -.-v under I-jngiish rule, ant: which i?r.. if.- ! :- . .h tn.ie. We next * touch C.:-c I'.j i. the chief port in j the Iby?; it-.: ubli , v.! .r. they deal prin-1 S ?:ipally in logwood. T:.ere is an old fo:t I I there which i - --.dd to h ave been built by J i C/Oulumoiis. ^ :iis *3 oae <- ! mo uiu&i* ILL' * .-re stir:; placc-s 'hat we visited....

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. — 31 August 1887

I VOL.XLIV. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1887. NO, 5. { ?MWI""1 ll-wiii-.wnfwr.^a mem . ? MYSTERIOUS SOUNDS. Ls ! i< r f Tn>: CURIOUS EFFECTS THEY HAVE I ^ U ' . X THE MIN OS OF SOME PERSONS. ^ C Groundless Fear Experienced by the a taring of Apparently Inexplicable ^ Noises--'The Origin of Midnight Sonnds qGenerally to be Traced to Atmospheric i? Influences. tl Anw^nin c.-\-nv\rlc n?AT^ 4" ^ > O ^ A-UC Vi vcxutiii c*.?s\S?J. i,4*v , ^ mind is often very curious. We do not ^ jr allude to the ordinary phenomena of t * speech, singing and music, where the a1 sound-producing apparatus is tolerably ^ familiar, and its distance from the hearer j estimated with a near approach to accn- oj ?racy. The effect is only "mysterious'' when there is any doubt as to where the sound comes from, and how it was v ^ originated; the imagination then begins, and works itself up to very singular hal lucinations. >> ight, or darkness without night, has much to do with this mat- 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. — 31 August 1887

i i in i i TEE NEWS AND HEEALD. WDTCSBORO, s. c. p ii WEDXE8DAT, AUGUST 31, : : 1S87. 6 M. M. RA.GSnj.LS, ) C v Sditoxs. W. Z. XcnOXJLZD, f I - i "Ev^mvAVD Ward expresses the j opinion that Ives is a "jim-dandy." ^ Jaxes -Russell Lowell is writing i a life of Nathaniel Hawthorne. Thus J does he get even with the family of the 1 man who interviewed him. ( The sectional bitterness of Repabli- < can politicians?the party has lost its j breed of statesmen?is what has made , CrtnfhAm states certainly Demo- ] WUC> VJVUVMV cratic. ' ^?i? Governor Foraker, with a fine smile, protests that it is an error to believe that there was anything halfhearted about the endorsement of Sherman by the Ohio Republicans. The Pennsylvania platform is a proclamation to the American people that they can expect no relief whatAlthough President Cleveland has traveled less than most men who hare reached his years and have had his experience in public affairs, he promises to make a good record as a tourist...

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. — 31 August 1887

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, : : : 1SS7. Terms op The News and Herald.? Tri-weekly edition, three dollars per annum,, in advance. Weekly edition, one y dollar and fifty cents per annum, in ad ? vance. Rates for Advertising.?One dollar per inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each sub j urilw lliaci fciWJl. LUC2>C itiLCO UV advertisements of every character, and are payabli strictly in advance. Obituaries ami tribut ;s of respect are charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and / simple announcements of deaths, are published free, and are solicited. Liberal terms for contract advertisements. New Ailvertiscmenr*. For Sale?W. S. Hall. Just Arrived?D. A. Ilendrix. Igjgj- South Carolina College? Presiden r J. M. McBryde. Summons?Eagsdale & Kagsdale, Plaintiffs' Attorneys. V! oca I Briers. ?Fruit has been remarkably scarce on our streets for some time past, y ?The melon season is drawing to a p close, which we must say is re...

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. — 31 August 1887

f am l : I KK .\?U POLITICAL. PARTY. Ad Official Ca<: franc tf tor a National Convention. Philadelphia. Auyiisl ~'S.?The executive committee of tbe ne-v political party recently organized in this city under the name oi ' The American Party"' to-day issued an oilici;;! call for a national convention to meet in this city Friday and Saturday, 16th and I7th 01 September, and they call upon $1. American citizens of whatever; party;or special afiiliation. who sympathize with the sentiments and are in favor of the political objects of the new party to attend for the purpose of compacting organization^ and picaioiing, among others the following specificobjects: . To cnipliasize-and perpetuate the sentiment "Americ:-. for Americans." "V L~}'- rC;Strlc lion of immigration. 3. Thorough revision of" the nations] tariff laws. 4. Reserving American lands for Ameri can citizen s only. o; <The protection of Americans in ai. 'heir- rights on land or sea in all parts oi the world. ^ 0. _To rest...

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. — 7 September 1887

^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ I |MM^>,T^M,^^^^T^TIM^^^M:mMBWTWrir^ ^ cCBaBMn^DBBPSMBPCWB^MMMMWMPBPlM^MBMMWBM ^ VOL. XLIY. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1887. NO. 6. 1 ? ?tcmjaju !! _um_m_ -- - nema " - ' ? bbobbsbbsbjbmi nsaennoccpap agm^MMflnMniMaMBPBg gjanBBBB c ? J ???gflp W p. THE RUSSIAN DOCTOR. Entertaining- and Romantic Story from Real Life. from Tiir; Gskkas of Mmt, ELXSE POEK.E.] BY MRS. FRANCES A. SI I AW. Translation Copyritfdf'l, /v>7, by A. X. Kellogg SexctpapT Company. CHAPTER I. : IE modest dwel^* si an Doctor," was so densely e m $ bowered in cyr C '* press and wild x grape vines that one could scarce iiave found the doorknob but for its brightness from constant scouring. A large," old-fashioned . arden, in which both flowers Bk and "Weeds were allowed tr> ffimv nr their own sweet will, stretehed far behind the house, and ended in a forest of beeches, a path through which led to a dilapidated rustic temple on the "brow of a hill. This temple, which occupied ...

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. — 7 September 1887

> \ *\ - r V ? THE NEWS'-AND BEBALD. : 1 WIXN'SBOKO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, : : 1SS7. k E. B. H.lGSn.lLE, ) iw z> Editors. W. L. McDOXALD. j W The New York young Jadies have j / started a new craze. They have al- ' w burns of hair, each gentleman friend W contributing a lock. J Gladstone has evidently taken a * " -- A 1 AA1*3 new lease 01 me. in iaci, u*; j younger, brighter and more hopeful j than he has for years past. Secretary Exdicott, it is said, ha s j Quite recovered his spirits since he re- j turned to the State where his Mayflower ancestors once flourished. Ex-Sexatok Willia3i Maiioxe accuses Gov. Fitz Hugh Lee of "frivolous levity" in attending the theater and acting as judge in a horse race. Tydia Thompson is to make her reappearance in London this month at the Strand Theater. Violet Cameron will be one of the attractions of the company. ^ Pleuko-pxeumoxia is killing olf the Western cattle by scores; but, at last accounts, General Tattle was talking as cheer...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 7 September 1887

, ^ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDXEiJDAV, SEPTE3XBEII 7, : J : 15S7 . Terms ok The Neyts and Herald.? Tri-weekly edition, three dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, one dollar and fifty cents per "annum, in advanw. Rates fok Advertising.?One dollar per inch (solid minion) for the first inserfek tic>Ktnd fifty cents per inch for each subse nient insertion. These rates apply to advertisements of every character, and are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries ami ti ibut ;s of respoct are charged for as advertisements. Marriajre notices, and Be simple annoui.rt ments ?>f deaths, are pub|W i -ited. Liberal terms Wf f<?r contract advertisements. 9 Water?W. K. Aiken. ry-n- ? T? - BMP' vjrliiinaa?-las 0 New Furniture? Ii. W. Phillips. m Wait for the Wagon?Ulysse G-. School Notice?J. C.Caldwell, Chm. F Tra stees. I oca l Briers. ?Cotton in the county is said to be , opening very rapidly, "w" ?Our fall term of Court meets two j weeks from Monday. His Honor, [ Judge Wallace, wil...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 7 September 1887

---3 Z-*J. .T" >? ?? ? ' f "? "n"' 9^' ,* ^ ^ t ?xiwyr.V i-Uit iiIK ir..M Sheridan .Not Comic- and SehoSeld Likely io U Have Command of Them. W.vsiiix'-Tox, August 2S.?Lieutenant General Sheridan has written a letter to the ' Secretary of "War requesting that Major j 5 General" John 31. Sc^oSeid," commanding j the division of the Atlantic, be assigned to j y the command of the troops to be concen-; irated in PhihoJphia in September to partidpate in the pageant attending the cele- , i-Tiuiuu oi urj centennial c-i me (jonfiixuuou of the L" nited States. Owing tor. previous engagexnen t and the necessity of ; n inspec ; * t;ou of the far western posts before the j 1 winter v/emher sets in, the Lieutenant i General finds:1, impossible to prc-ent at; t Philad-lpi:i;i. or: ih. occasion mentioned. 1 The annual reuni a of the Society of the Army of the T- " ;es"-ee will meet in De- < troit on September 14 . A 15, in the pro- , ceedimrs of v.hioh the Lieutenant General; accepted a cert...

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. — 7 September 1887

il ' i ^ ' i mi^ inbh > . i^- ?*cj VOL.XLIV. TUNNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1887. NO. 6. I a THE RUSSIAN DOCTOR. I \ Entertaining and Romantic Story SmL\ from Real Life. Adapted from rnz German of jImt, elise poeke.] p by mrs. frances a. smatv. ' Translation Copi/rig'Ut<?, itt. by A. X. Kelloq] 2>'eu'?pap^r Company. ^ CHAPTER I. -^T ^ modest ^ dwellreturn from a resi^ name of "the Russia 11 Doctor." was so densely em -1 1J'' bowered in cy- ; ^ '* press and wild i grajje vines that ! one could scarce have found the door- j knob but for its brightness from con- j stant scouring. A large," old-fash- i ioned . arden, in which both flowers | k and weeds were allowed to grow at [ their own sweet will, stretched far be-' Tiirtr! thf? linns** nnrl ^nrlail in <1 fro-pst ; of beeches, a path through which led j to a dilapidated rustic temple on the j "brow of a hill. This temple, which oe- ; cupied an open space, was flanked by a ! weather-beaten stone table, surrounded...

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. — 7 September 1887

r /THE NEWS AM) HEBALD. WEDNESDAY, SliPXEJICKK 7, : : 1SS7. S. IS. tZA.GSTi.lIjE, ) Z>- Editors. W. X. McDOyALD. j The Xew York young ladies have started a new craze. They hare albums of hair, each gentleman friend ! Wff contributing a lock. J Gladstone lias evidently taken a ' new lease of life. In fact, he looks younger, brighter and more hopeful than he has for years past. Secretary Exdicott, it Is said, ha s nnifr* recovered his spirits since he re 1 turned to the State where his Mayflower ancestors once flourished. Ex-Sexatok William Mahoxe accuses Gov. Fitz Hugh Lee of "frivolous levity" in attending the theater and acting as judge in a horse race. Tydia Thompson is to make her reappearance in London this month at the Strand Theater. Violet Cameron will be one of the attractions of the company. Fleuko-pxeumoxia is killing off the Western cattle by scores; but, at last accounts, General Tutile was talking as cheerfully as though he had something to say. Henry Geouge preaches...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 7 September 1887

r I i i LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. wednesday, september 7, : j : 1ss7. Terms ok The News and Herald.? Tri-weekly edition, three dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, one dollar and fifty cents per annum, in advance. KATES-FOX AIJYJiilTISi.SO.?UI10 UOiUil ^ per incfc (solid minion) for the first insertic^jf&nd cli for each sub|^L sequent insertion. These rates apply to ^advertisements of every character, and are jj?^ puy::M.: strictly a<;va:::-<-. Ul>i:u;'.r:t-s ami tjibutisof'respoet are charged for as HT advertisements. .Manlajre notices, and W s;:r.*?U- annour. meats of deaths, are published free, and arc.s-!':-:tci!. Liberal terms for contract advertisements. WL N?w AdvertitemenK. ? "Water?W. E. Aiken. F Cotton Ginncrs?Jas Pagan. Xew Furniture- I!. W. Phillips. j Wait for the Wagon?Ulysse G. j School Notice?J. C. Caldwell, Chm. j Bu. Trustees. J ocal liners. ?Cotton in the county is said to be , opening very rapiaiy. ?Our fall term of Court meets two i i weeks from...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 7 September 1887

TROOPS FOR THE CENTEN.MAL. ^heridac Not C'o:::U:,; ai;J ijciiufield Likely to [; Ila'.c Command of Them. "WAsnixt.vos-. A:._ Lieutenant General Siic-rici.L^ h;;> written a letter to the ' Secretary of "War requesting "hat Major j 5 General John 31. Sc::' field, commanding the division of the Atlantic, bo assigned to j y the command of the troops to be concen- j trated in PhihlelpLu in September to pur tieipate in the pageant attending the eeie- t b ration of the centennial of the Constitution of the Untied Slates. Owing to a previo*'- . engagement and the necessity of n inspec tion of the far western posts before the , 1 winter weal.. is, the Lieutenant General finds it impossible to be p.-e-ent at t Philadelphia o:. the occasion mentioned. ' The annua] reunion of the Society of the Army of^ the T n lessee will meet ::i De- t troit on September 14 a^d 15, in the pro- , ceedirgs cf whi ;h the Lieutenant General < accepted a certain part assigned to him a ' . year ago. From Detr...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 14 September 1887

|^| VOL. XLIV.' ' " WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1887 ^ ^ XO, 7. ... ? mil, nMMnmoama?ia?mm? i nuuiamaaM ? i t ttTnti r? b i? ?????a??? ^3.-^-^,1^,1, , .j.,. ?p ??B?W I i i 1 y THE RUSSIAN DOCTOH, Entertaining and Romantic Storj I " from Real Life. ??DAPTED FROM THE GERMAN OF MM", j WT^ ELISE POEKE.] BY 3IKS. FRANCES A. SHAW. Translation Copyritfdedy 18$7, by A. _Y. Kellogg j V Netcspaper Company. ' MS, CHAPTER IL 1 ggzjk.f OR long weelcs i ? Arnim could not j r"%$ muster courage to eg? go over to the vine- j wreathed house. ; One day his mother j *W0/j0 ' said: "ThoseFrench j people nave ieic. xne o:u sexton ua i St. Mary's Church has engaged to keep ^ the garden in order until their return. Believe me, my sou, this is best for you." He went forth into tbe quiet moonlight, timidly, as if about to do some wrong, and looked over the latticed gate into the garden. I The idyl was played out. Deathly stillness lay over all. How cold seemed the silvery moonlight upon the pa...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 14 September 1887

(THE NEWS AND HEBALD. WJGSNSBORO, S. C. ] WEDNESDAY, SKPTE3HJEK 34, : : 1S87. ! E. B. RJ.GSD.LLE, ) 2>- EDITOES. W. X. 3Tc2>0XALD. ) Says the Boston Transcript: "Pro- , bably no traveler has returned from , the land from whose bourne no trav- j eler returns so many times as Henry , M. Stanley. ' , Tex stores in Lewiston, Me., have 1 been discovered which on the surface appeared to be drug stores. They existed, however, for the sole purpose of dispensing alcoholic stimulants. im ? A STKAXGE story of youthful dc- ] pravity comes from BlufFtou, Ohio, w>V*A*?A 4- o Krocc hfinrl. the oldest ! i member of which is bnt thirteen and the yomigett but nine years old. The principles of true civil service reform have triumphed again in Boston. Mike Kelly has been deposed from the captainship of the Boston < nice and John Morrill reinstated m ms old place. The Piedmont fair, to come off in Atlanta in October, promises to be a grand affair. Among other attractions of the occasion will...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 14 September 1887

>jHHy / mi \id N'miiiy.-ifc-v^-v.,?frr<TT?,-rm ^**2* LOCAL lNTKLI.lfiF.NCE. WEDNiJSDAV, SKI-TiL^ir.!:!; 1 !. : : IS.'.t. TERMS of THEXETTS axd HERAU>.? '% Tri-vreekly edition, three dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly <r.:e dollar and fifty cents ,.-v nnn-.mi is: admhb Rates fou Ajovektisixg.?One dollar pel" inch (snftd uiuus'n) 1<>rt':?' nr-t tlon, and fifty c>'!>'s jht i::'.*!i i?>r " !; se jiwnt insertion. Ti:<rsc iv.vs to advertisements of 'VTy < !::; unti JU'*.* ijn.vv.1 1 ? sl.r'icl.'v :n rt'K: raiMl tilt)Ut S I ! r< >}>rct :i".t fl'V aclvftrti5?-iu?*!it>. M;;. ' ' ', ::: <! ii; piii>[ lishtHl free, :in;lnri'So;ici. ::i! for CO'.itMct adVvTt;ts. N e vr A < I v e r t j a v m? n r -. Xew Goods? D. A. Ilendrix. Clerk's Sale?"W". II. Kerr, Clerk. IPf For Sale?llayne Me^Ieelun, As* ^ Sheriff's Sale?Jno. D. McCariey, Tax Notice?Jas. Q. Davis, County ?caj ?The members of cur legal fraterWffF nity are busy " theanroaching term of...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 14 September 1887

THE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE If ; ? >: is ANOTHER ARTICLE ON AN INTER- . ~ ESTING SL'UJK'JT. | ? ? |t> 1 /xf t', . AY:. v rAllr?f?? With t?;*' South. Co2Iege--The Merits of Each Considered. To the Editor of the News and Courier:j 0 c A separate agricultural college is de- .. manded because the agricultural depart-. 0 meat of the South Carolina College has | ti ftttr&i-.tev- n ? sf relents. ! " Capt. Tillman says t~o students have " studied a little agricultural chemistry. Others concede eight cr ten. Let us v consider v,-nether the College has failed ~ to att^ct the students it should have, t and, if so, whether the fault lies vrith the t plan of organization of the College, or is ^ to be sought elsewhere. t A recital of the Congressional Act of c 1S02, under which the land scrip was j i . : given, will show the scope of the Act, i j and will determine what classes of stu- j c dents arc to be considered in receiving j " its benefits. It will be seen that: First, there is no au...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 21 September 1887

^ VOL. XLIV " " ~ " ~ ' WINXSBORO, S. C-., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, mi. ^ ^ NO. 8. - ? ? i , t>y/-\ nnftrip'e t>tt t THE RUSSIAN DOCTOR. Entertaining and Romantic Story from Real Life. [Adapted from tee German of M^xr. Elise Poeke.] BY MRS. FRANCES A. SHAW. Translator. Copyrighted, ni7, by A. -V. Eelloy} Newspaper Company. ^ CHAPTER IIL ^ j ESIItEE introduced S? '17 now and then some jjtipjffitl p pleasant little inI novation into the ' immaculate primnt'ss of the vine r- f7 :A A7 ^ \\ 1 CUtllCU UVUOC With Ivan, always her faithful ally, she foraged the gardens of the town for plants iu full leaf ... and blossom, and with them adorned the doctors study. "The place where one works ought to be bright and cheerful," she said. "Now that winter is near, we must have a memory of the summer and a prophecy of the spring." Arnim awaited with impatience the hour for lessons when she would come bounding into his study. What stolen glances he would cast at her over his manuscript! How ful...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 21 September 1887

? MotaaaMw <n ?jtecaggg m ? THE NEWS AND HEBALD. WETNSBOEO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, SE1TE3IDE1: 21, : : 1SS7. E. B. GJLGSn.lLS, ) t ? ED:tok3. IF. i. McBOyjiLD. j Mr. ?owdli;ly says that if he should leave his present place he woukl devote himself to literary pursuits. It is said that Kentucky has become so lawless that it is now no longer safe for a quiet citizen to steal a watermelon. The George-McGlynn party is not making much headway in New York, but on the contrary seems to be losing ground among the laboring classes. Mr. James Paktox closes an article 011 "Farming as a Profession for Young Men" as follows: ''if any young fellow should ask me, 'Shall I be a farmer?' I should have to reply by asking him another question? 'Are you man enough ?'" A pet'-ton lor the pardon of the /w\vn?i/?fo/1 crr> ?n??iv?his<5 is hftinO" VUivWbv CT circulated 111 Illinois. These fellows ought to hang and doubtless will. The anarchist doesn't grow in this country. He is a foreign plant, and the s...

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