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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 29 March 1882

I THE SEWS AKD HERALD. | WrSNSBOIlO, s. c. W?I>NESDAT. March 29. : : : 1882. j K. MFAXS DAVIS. EiHTOK. JXO. 5. REYSOLDS. ASSOCIATE EDITOR, j E. W. M. Mackev is the South Caro- ! | Jina .member of the Repubiican Con-! gressioual committee. I Guiteau makes fifty dollars a day j now bv the sale of autographs ami i . i pictures, and, as the Tribune remarks,; he is uot hong- vet. ? ? The New York Ttvies threatens a Republican bolt from the Republican : Tammany combination. It cannot Bwallow John Kelly without a wryj face. A comet is coming towards the earth at the rnte of two million miles adav. i It will be visible in the northern heavens duripgthe latter part 01 May, and astronomers arc looking for some-. tiling big. The Congressional committee that - . escorted Garfield's remains to Ohio drank seventeen hundred dollars worth of champagne, and spent three hundred dollars for cocktails. Xo wonder they , rigidly excluded newspaper men from the train. The cause of the persons who have ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 29 March 1882

f _ LOCAL &TELLIGEXCE. WEDNESDAY, March 39. 1882. Tkrms of The News and Herald. r -Tri-weekly edition, four dollars ptr r "in'advance: wr kly edition, [ * two dollars and fifty cent perannum, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs OB* of five and upwards. Rates ok Advertising.?One dollai per inch for the first insertion, and - fm* stihseo ient L Eiiy ?" ...v...-. i insertion. These rates apply to ml ad vertisements, of whatever natt>i*c, and are payable strictly in advance. Contracts for three, six o>- tweUe months K made on very liberal terms. TranV sient local notices, fifteen cents per ligkj iine for the f>rst insertion and seven l|j and one-half cents per line for each HB subsequent insertion. Obitua-ies and Hp tributes of respect charged as adver||jk tisements. Simple announcements oi mnrnVfcs ai:d deaths published free oi h V- charge, and solicited. Estex \ communications. of whatsoever H mm n:i; addressed \Vr:?m-br.ro l^blisltiug (Company teT W:.?nsboro. S. C. k ,...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 29 March 1882

ISOXE SHAKES. Experiences Wiib the Arkansss Azne. "Speakin' 'boat the Arkansas ager," I tai.i the man with the sandy goatee and j squint eje3 as he lesned back in his, , ciiair, "that's wbar yon saw my Learfc- j s-trings, in case I've get any left to saw on. Gentlemen, gazi on mo." Th? crowd gared. "V/Len I moved down into Arkansaw ! from Tennessee ri.- in' of sixteen years | ago I was pnrty?I was, for a faot. I had j a dozen skulemarms in loTe with me to j once, and han^ me up if every gal in the ; ballroom wouldn't br&*k her neck for the honor of dancin' with me ! Yes, I i was purty, and I was good. I "was so j party that children cried for me, and , so gocd that I was taken for a preacher j on more'n a hundred cccashuns. Whar I has my party gcno ? Why, I're got to j be the awfalest alligator in the bull swamp, and I'm growin' meaner afe the rate of a mile a day 1 Fact?solemn fact, and that cantankeroas ager is to blame for the hall of it. I've got a squint to my eyes, my nose...

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. — 5 April 1882

WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. P., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1882. ESTABLISHES IN 1844, Eclio Song:. ^ From the French. I call across the rolling plain, " Oh mountains from your sleep awake, Oh stupid rocks your slumber %reak, Hear and give back my words again i" And hark! the Echo doth rebound In accents made the eoul of souud, Replying to my laughing voice, Tbero loitereth by a flock of sheep, Above whoso clamorous bleating swells The tinkling of their hundred bells. In sympathy with me, the steep Takes up the wild pell-mell of sound, Hakes jargon human in rebound, Compels uproar to flow along In SDng._ Where curves the lakes green crescent coas:, The fishers flock with net and boat, With song and shout ashore, afloat; Yet all the babble of their host Melts into music in rebound, Confusion into tuneful sound, One heart of overflowing cheer I hear. l Behind me is the murmurous'sigh And rustling of the forest trees, While loud or lc>v as flows the breeze Comes song of birds afar and nig...

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 April 1882

M3Pr Vi mmgssfr* mgw? R^-, THE NEWSANDHERALD^ WENSSBORO, S. t\ i WEDXESDAT, April 3. : r : 1*82. ] U. 3TFAXS DAVIS. EDITOR. JJS'U. S. REYNOLDS. ASSOCIiTS E?IT01t. Sexator Hill is improving; and the . ^ ? " t*hvsicians say he may recover. ||7 Of all sad thoughts of tongue or P" pen the saddest is that the world will - never know now w ho slit Whittaker's ears. p". Attorney General Brewster, unlike ;<Old Grimes," weArs ruffles on his shirt. Has he iikev\ ise "any malice in his mind." Congress will pension Mrs. Polk, i|~ Mrs. Tyler and Mrs. Garfield. Mrs. ^ Lincoln has already received an addiWT tion to her pension. |h Eveicy time Grant goes to Washington Arthur makes an appointment. ^v_ And every time Arthur makes an appointment a friend of Grant gets the -office. You see? gr It is feared that the government ra?ccnpfl 111 submerged dis Jricts, wiil utterly demoralize the olored labor, and add additional embarrassment to the farmers who are in a *ad enough plight already. jgv-^ ^ Se...

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 April 1882

]f 'f' i V LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY, April 5. : : : 1882. ^ Terms of The News and Herald.! - " ' -Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per j . " fXnnvhi, in advance; weekly edition, I k? - _^two dollars and fifty cents per annum.! J in advance. Liberal discount to clubs I of five and upwards. j Rates ok Advertising.?One dollai 1 f/x" -t-Kft firct insprHnil. 3 ild ' v J?Ci 111VU IVl VAA<1/ U4UV *.aw.?.v?7 1 s fifty cents per inch for each subseq ient, H*. >. insertion. These rates apply to ail ad vertisements, of whatever natu re, and ! are payable strictly in advance. Con-! tracts for three, six or twelve months ! I made on very liberal terms. Xran-! I sient local notices, fifteen cents perj iine for the first insertion and sevenj and one-half cents per line for each j subseqnentinsertiou. Obituaries and j tributes of respect charged as adver-j 1% tisements. Simple announcements oi; marriages and deaths published free oi j h<irore. .md solicited. A.11 communications, of wh...

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 April 1882

BEfe:'-" RE- 7 fabm, gabdex a>*d household. Do Beto Injure Grapes ? _ Afc the late annual meeting of the Northeastern Beekeepers's association the charge that bees in jure grapes was discussed with some feeling. Two bills have been introduced in the California legislature to forbid the keeping of bees because of the damage they are said to do to the ripening grapes. The northeastern beekeepers were unanimous in the opinion that honey bees never puncture the skin of the grape, thcnch thev freauent the vines to suck the juices of grapes already injured by birds or other "insects. This it was claimed has been demonstrated by careful tests. Black ants are the chief mischief-makers. Frnit Trees. Dr. N. P. Allen, of Kentucky, says : As a matter of experiment I selected one half of an acre of ground adjoining my orchard and planted the apple and peach seed where the tree was to grew permanently the following year. I ii _ 3 ir 1 3 1 1.1. - graitea iaeapp:eana ouaaea me pe&cu, and gav...

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 April 1882

WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1844. If ?'e Had but a Day. i We should fill the hour* wi'h the sweetest< things, If we had but a day; j tL Wo should drink alone a: the purest springs, Iu our upward way; Wo should leve with a life-time's love in an ; hour, If our hours were few : r\\ e snoulu rest, not lor dreams, on: :or iresner power To be and to do. Wo should bind our weary and wanton wills To the clearest light; We should keep our eyes on the heavenly hills, If they lay in sight; We should trample the pride and the discon- i tent Beneath our feet; We should take whatever a good God sent, j Wirli *> pnmnlffp * We should waste no moments in weak regret, If the (lav were but one? If what we remember and what we forget Went out with the sun. We should he from our clamorous selves set ! free, | To work or io'praj, | And to be what our Father would have ua be, " If we had but a day. BOB DAYTON'S MINE, The familiar sight ol two young ass...

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 April 1882

H JTflE NEWS AND H EKALk j wixnsboro, s. c. WEDNESDAY. April 12. : : 1882|r B. .vk.lvs DAVIS. Emtor. 5. REYNOLDS. ASSOC1 ?TK ERTTOK. The Au<rnsta Chronicle is moved by j the Columbia election to assert tljat | , 'Democracy has three rows of Iront; teeth in Carolina." Sexatok Jok Brown is compelled to if; leave his scat because of a serious cough. Tims is Georgia temporarily j deprived of t?oth her senators who, taken together, are the strongest teuin in Washington. , ? There are six mil lion miles of fencc ing in the United Suites, the cost of L which has been more than two thousand millions of dollars. During the i census year, there were expended $~S, r' <529.000 on fences alone. The people should speak out plainly I ------ - - rr?i in behalf of a re-apporuonme?i. 1 ne j Bp?.- . calling of an extra session is a grave responsibility, and Goven.o? Hagood i should feel that in taking this step lie would have the hearty endorsement of the State. The Mississippi still rages in Lo...

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. — 12 April 1882

' i " LOCAL' INTBLLIGEXCE. " ST ^ v4 i r * - M trE?XKRDAY, April 13. : : 1882: c *! Terms of The News and Herald. | -Trj-weekly edition, four dollars per &7tTn/i,t, in advance: weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cents per annum. in advance. Liberal discount io clubs of five and upwards, k Rates ok Advertising.?One dollai L c' " ,l"v <?? ?>+ incortirm jl ,irl per men ivi u?. ?ov mcvi uv.., fifty cents per inch for each subseQ ient insert ion. These rates apply to ail ad -vcrtisements, of whatever nature, and sre payable strictly in advance. ( 011v tracts for three, six or twelve months *nade on very liberal terms. Transient local notices, fifteen cents per :ine for the frst insertion and seven and one-half cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as advertisements. Simple announcements or Qnarriages and deaths published free 01 'barge, and solicited. ?cAnvov A.I! comniuiiicauuii!>. I -nature, should be iiddressed to the ...

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. — 12 April 1882

XiLE HOXE lWCTOJR. Cold in the Head. , In congestive and inflammatory dis? eases, the use of hot water thrown by the hand against the eye is recommended by Dr. Leartus Connor as the beat remedy. Two good hearty meals in the day are | sufficient for health?one before going to work, and the other after work is over: that is, breakfast and supper, or what is the same, late dinner. Some i- " Itmch is needed between these meals, but this shonld be light. Hot, heavy suppers taken shortly before going to bed prevent refreshing sleep, and are among the most frequent causes ol attacks of indigestion. At the same time an empty stomach i3 to be avoided; a few biscuits or something equally light, is all that is required. Never use anything but light blankets as a covering for the sick. The heavy, impervious cotton counterpane is bad, for the reason that it keeps in the exhalations from the pores of the ^ . sick person, while the blanket allows thflm to nass thronffh. Weak oersons are invariably...

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 April 1882

jj WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO,. S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1844. _ The Rainy Day. The day is cold, end dark, and dreary; It rain*, and the wind is never weary; The vine still clings to the ruddering wall, k. But at every gust the dead leaves fall, And the day is dark asd dreary. lly life is cold, and dark and dreary; L . : Tf mina or>/^ tKa 10 rAW iUi -iiCj ?.?v-t .O XJ.K ? ^A. >1 VAIJ f ^ My thoughts ."till ciiag to the moldering Past, But the hopes of youth fan thick in the blast, And the days are dark ant* dreary. Be still, sa-l heart: and cease repining; Behind the clones is the sun still shining: Thy fate is the common fa:e of all, Into each life some rain must fall, ^r\mo 1\a /lurl* oncl /Traorr * wuiv unj o lyv uaia u> vuij* P . ?Longfellow. L JANET'S MISTAKE. k .. For thi3 one day Janet Sydney might rest and Jace her sorrow. She was only Mrs. Denison's seamstress, whom nobody noticed.; t'-^e housekeeper was a fa - grander personage, and Lydia De...

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 April 1882

^ THE KKWS AND HERALD. ' ^ fvv o. V.. II WEDNESDAY. April 19. : : : 18S2. (> it. mkass da vis. Bi>itok. .1su. s. reysolos. ASSOCIATE ei>ITO?. Who is the Democratic Foder.nl Jury " Commissioner. and where does lie <;et ^ names? i j' Senator Hill lias recovered snffi- t ciently to leave Philadelphia for a > Southern watering place. I i > Is Fairfield <r?>i ???r to make no re- ! response to the <*all for aid for tiie j , political prisoners? What she intends j o do should be done at once. , - _ I i ? As exchange thinks tliev ought to use a stomach wimp on Shipherd and j i jret through with him at outc. People are tired of him and Blaine and the j Peruvian company. j ( Mr. Mkltox is somewhat in the po-i-1 ' tion of tlie person who deals himself i both bowers and the joker from the j bottom of the pack and then proposes ( to his adversary to play a square game.; ( Geo::<;i v Radicals and Independents ' are not fusing wirh scriptural harmo- i < ny. Coiontl...

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 April 1882

lj| LOCAL IXTELIJGEXCE. WEDNJESDAY, April 19. 1882. Terms pf Thk News axd Herald. '. \ -Tri-weekly edition, four dollars pet A J-nmn.t, in advance: weekly edition. : two dollars and fifty cents peraunum. ||*y in advance. Liberal discount to clubs H cf five and upwards. & j Bates ok Ai>vertisix?.?OnedolJa; | prriiwh for tlit- first insertion, 3,id city Chilli* |HT IUCIJ <vih *.-: insertion. Those rates apply to nil ad ?>v vortisements, of whatever nati> i*e, and 1 are payable stric tly in advance, (ontracts "for three, -ix or twcl1 e months inade on very liberal teims. Transient local notices, fifteen cents per Li iine for the first insertion and seven and one-half cenu per line for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries anil it tributes of respect chained as advort tisements. Simple announcements 01 ^BB^^xnarriaires and deaths published free 01 ^^^K^hav<re. and solicited. H -V; communications, of whatsoever Bj [^nature. should he addressed to the 'Wnsboro Publishin...

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 April 1882

PttM. GABB^X AM) HOUSEHOLD, j Salt for Sheep. A writer says that in Spain whenever j Bheep are kept in the neighborhood of i rock salt hilJs or sea sal?, and have ac- ! cess to it, they thrive better than in j other situations, and in France the same I thing is fonnd to exist in the neighbor- j hood of the sea coast and the salt works j of the north; sheep give more and j better wool, and the mutton is more i highly esteemed than that from other j localities. Where it is given to them j . vrEen at pasture the amount should be i ^s^irom half an ounce to an ounce each daily, and it is a well-known fact that | sheep never stray from an inclosure in ; which salt and water are provided for j them. Far Tarkes. An old turkey-raiser gives the fol- | lowing experiment: Four turkeys were j led on meal, boiled potatoes aad oats. Four others of the same brood were also at the same time confined in another pen and fed daiiy on the article, bnt with one pint of very finely pulverized charcoal mke...

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 April 1882

WEEKLY EDITION. WIXySBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APEIL 26, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1844. ? Longfellow. S^i- (Dead, March 21, 1882.. ^ klcue, at night, he heard them sigh? These wild March winds that beat his tomb? L Alone, at night, from those that die, s? He sought one ray, to light his gloom. v And still he heard the night-winds moan, Rfl And still the mystery closed him round, rfiimrstiu tne darisness, cold and Ions, Sent forth no ray, returned no sound. But Time at last the answer brings, And he, past all oar suns and snows, At rest with peasants and with kings, Like them the wondrous secret knows. Alone, at night, we hear them sigh? Those wild March winds that stir his paL; And, helpless, wandering, lost, we cry To his dim ghost, to ted us all. He loved us, while he lingered here; We loved him?never love more true ! He will not leave, in doubt and fear, The human grief that once he knew. For never yet was born the day, When, faint of heart and weak of limb, | One suffering creature tu...

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 April 1882

gf ^ THE JNiiWS AM) HfcKALD. WDvNTSBORO. S. C. mf: WEDSrajDAT, April 26, : : : 1882. j P X. MJiAXS DAVIS, Editor. ay ft. s. REYXOLD8. Associ*tk Editor. The democrats have organized a \ j| - national financial committee with scv- j r''feral millionaires on it. Mr. Brewstkr writes down that j there must be no politics in the trials ; now pending, and therenpon the Dis- ! trict Attorney makes all Democrats stand aside. Judge Boxd has issued an order for the appointment of Federal supervisors j to scrutinize the registration of voters j In this State. The order was sigued j on the 19th, and the following day was ! appointed for transacting the business. kTHE New York Hew Id. which patted ; Mahone on the back and lustily abused j {he Bourbons last vear, begins to think ; Mahone somewhat previous, and inti- j * mates that he is indulging in over I conch trickery for a reformer. Just so. j g\. The two detectives that shot Jesse j James have pleaded guilty to a charge j of murder and been s...

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 April 1882

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. tFEDXKSDAY, April 26, 1882. ' * " - i * * Tkrms'^of The News and Herald.: -Tri-weeklv edition, four dollars per ',M annviu, in advance; weekly edition.; ^ ' two dollars and fifty cents per annum, i In-advance. Liberal discount to clubs j of-.five and upwards. Rates of Advertising.?One dollai ' "" "" 'i for the first insertion, and! fifty cents per inch for each subseo ient j insertion. These rates apply to ail ad i V vertisements, of whatever nato re, and ; %nt payable strictly in advance. Con-! tracts for three, six or twelve months znade on very liberal terras. Transient local notices, fifteen cents per j fe .ine for the first insertion and seven j and one-half cents per line for each ^ Subsequent insertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as advertisements. Simple announcements 01 marriages and deaths published free 01 ry charge, and solicited. 9 n A.ii communications, of whatsoever j mm m mature, should be addressed to the i Winnsboro Publishing Co...

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 April 1882

fA QUEER DKOYE, How the Fn* Seals of the Behrlnir Sea Currnled and Driven to the Killicz Grounds. The method followed by the natives of St. Paul's and St. George's islands, rvflf f.Tia A1 ?uu utooaa WAOLOJ ii-i wuo far seals, is curious. During the summer season the seals frequent the shores of these islands and gather on the beach in vast numbers. The younger male or bull seals are the only ones that are killed, and they are found assembled by themselves away from the breeeding rookeries. The natives go down to the beach in the early morning and quietly surround a group of 100 or more seals, getting between them and the water. The seals are then alarmed with shouts and cries, and terrified, flee inland along the only way left open. They are driven in this way to the killing place near the village on the shores of the island. Driving them is a very easy olf V?/\n rrV* foVfto mm?m ..q; MAk^vU^U iU UAA&3 UU^JLU OVyUlU time te accomplish the distance; but they blunder along, stimul...

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. — 3 May 1882

[ ?fie Mrfidi) Nans M ttoli j??. WEEKLY EDITION. WUNSBOEO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN- 1844. 0fmjM - There's So Wife Like My "Wire. The morning eun is breaking, I The gorgeous Eaat is waking, t, And one, in all her splendor, > . With whispers that are tender, k- N AngeMc lovo id breathing, Angeiic life is wreathing, About my heart so nearly, About nr.- soul so dearlv, Bh \ Enchanted with my pleasure, I eing, in joyous measure: r There s no wife line my wife, There's no wife like my wife, There is no wife iike mine. Her rosy lip ia I'iscious, Her song is like the thrush's; Her laughing dimples cover The glory of her lover. Like the maiden wave of summer, \ - Whose blue lips overcome her, The lambent circumfusion KV * Of Lena's cha rm'd illusion jPh " About me Soars so airy, It half conceals my fairy. There's no wife like my wif?, There's no wife like my wife, L : ' There is no wife like mine. ^ Oh, the frolic of her tresses ! ! \ Oh. her rollicking: caresses ! ^...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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