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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 21 September 1887

?' fc ? ? . LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. a. "WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, : : 1S87| > Tssms ok The News and IIekald.? ( Tri-v.-eekly edition, three dollars per an7-urn, in advance.' Weekly edition, one dollar and fifty cents r annvin, in advancv. i Have-- fdi: Advkutisixc?.?One dollar ? ; . r !:?? :? minion) for the first inser; <v < ;;!> ]i:-r inch fur each sub>, These rates apply to jr, -.i".every character, and are ~strictly i:i advance. Obituaries (; . ...- > ! -. ( t are charged for as I ! Marriage notices, and tg;? t > of deaths, are K aresoiicUed. J liberal terms K :t-?vvriisejiients. L:uv Curd?J. C. James. Just lieceivcd?J. (). Boa?,r. Xew Arrivals?S. S. Wolfe. Watch?Q. P. Williford & Co. Sale and Feed Stables? A. Williford. This is Onr Space?McMastcr, Brice & Melchin. Notice to Creditors?W. II. Kerr, Administrator. Examination of Teachers?John h Boyd, S. C. F. C. A Lady Assistant Wanted?McMaster, Dries & Ivetchin. . <:ti i:r:c:t. ?Now is a good time t...

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. — 21 September 1887

an: stkeim. > . f. -AVv" VKK. A fair child plays by the mountain spring, | Cooing the songs the bobolinks sing, Xot a thought of guile, or shadow of c&re. j To cloud the innocent brow so fair, While the >orieg Hows on. . Heart as light as the morning air. Xo Utint of -hi nor shade of care. To cloud the beautiful brow so fair, And the spring flows on. A lithe youth wa" ks: *y the sparkling stream. "Watching the silvery waters gleam. His hear* .still pure as its "witters are, Unvexed by the ruth of a single carc*.* While the stream flows on. Dreaming as one in a mornicg dream, Lazily watching the laughing':stream Sporting its w;ty in the noonday beam, And the stream flows on. A strong man lands by the river side, Thoughtfully watching the fret:hi tide, His shoulders stooped by the toil of years, ; His broad brow beat with the bale of cares, j While the stream Hows on. His stature bent by the moil of years, Heart half sick with its gathering cares. And eyes bed:named by unbid...

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. — 28 September 1887

* ?m i mm r1 " i?^Mrwrrji^_i_?mnigv "' ' . ','JJ? ,T_ VT ?T " WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1387. N0-9* VOL. XLIV. ' ??? BMBMHaaagHMa?egmz iw? mi??ni it MOTHER IS RESTING. The long, rough road is ended Her weary feet haw pressed: How rough to her t< eak footsteps Perhaps we never guessed: ; But with the weary journey She'll be 20 more distressed; The face we bend and softly kiss Bears no impress but that of bliss. We know that many pages Within the book of years She has pursued -with anguish Amid her falling tears; That pai cings, change and doubting Have caused her many fears. ! Forg tten now each pang of woe, Xo grief again her soul will know. We gaze at her dear features, "Within the casket bound. And think that she is dwelling Where changeless peace is found; That there no Dainful cartings Her loving heart will wound; And weeping for her, "loved and gone," We gather strength to -walk alone. Along the way before us. Whither, we do not know. It may be strewn with b...

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. — 28 September 1887

^nng^gnr^^^v -^^r-Tl^ rl^^ , i 3? t-mrart rmnr ? i ? THE NEWS AND HEKALD. W1XNSB0K0, S. C. j WEDNESDAY, SEPTEHBEi: SS, : : ISS7. j i E. It. a LGSr> LisE, ) . i- editors. * jr. Z. XcDOXALD, ) The Charlotte Chronicle says: "There is not a State in the Union j whose court records show as few ; divorces as North Carolina." South [ Carolina is a State where no divorce records are shown. She is the only State ihat has no divorce law. Governor Hill, of New York, has formally announced his determination not to be a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the Presidency. - * i Sensible man. He would rather ho:u j on to the gubernatorial chunk in his j mouth than jump at the Presidential shadow in the water. As showing the vast importance of agriculture to the prosperity of the country, an analysis of our export trade for the last fiscal year gives seventy-five per cent, as agricultural products against twenty per cent, of manufactured articles. Unless the farmers prosper there can be ...

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. — 28 September 1887

| jBK rrnn aa ?m r mmsmmmmmMammmam?? LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Jt T.'F.I>XKSD/ 7, SIIPTEMUEi: 28, : : 1SS7. m i EKMS OF 1 RE .\ F.WS AND HERALD.? 1i "Til-weekly edition, three dollars per anf Tiurti, in advance. Weekly edition, one Fa doiiarand fifty cents far annum, in ad:J van ea. 1 Rat:-:- for Advertising.?One dollar fx ir.eh (soihl minion) for the first inser2 lion, and fifty cents per inch for each suba se jvwil insertion. These rates a;>* 'y to i ai!v r:::en;s of' very character. and are '5 j 11- strictly in advance. v, jitnaries 0 a: t *s <-f"rer.pec-t ;ire charged for as a-Iv it;.v.-iiK!;'s. Marriajry notices, and ' r ..ii. . - |7. ilp VI Uii.>, AiV ''HIT lished free, ami are Liberal terras |g f' >r con irac t advertisements. irS . ( . A'ivfKiiittaen:.". Xoticc?J. JI. Elliott. Just Ileceiveil?Uivssc G. Desportes. The Very Latest News?D. Lauderdale. Blue Crass Sulky Plows?James Pagan. To the Ladies?McMasier, Price & Ivetchin. Notice of Dissolution?Buchanan & ...

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. — 28 September 1887

a1 2l about bustles. A Subject ox Great Inter?st to 3Iea, Women and Cliil(lxeii--And Especially to freight j Aijciits# (From tho I'ctv York T:rac-.-j.) A very interesting controversy has been agitating the minus and hearts of tlie freight agents of transcontinental railroads, the pool commissioners, the s\r* *v?r?- r\ +r* /^^^^iccirinAyQ and California dry goods merchants since early in February. And it is all a bo at bustle;-. Although this article Las long occupied a place'of dignity and prominence in the varo.robe of the properly a:>pareled v/oman, and has formed an important item in the basins":; of merchants, manufacturers, cartoonists ana common carrier.?, it had not, until the July revision, occupied a place on the freight tariff. Then un ciassmea tiry goods paid ->i per nunurea freightage to San I-'rancisco, while hoopskirts, under the classification of "wire goods, were assessed only $1.G0 per hundred. It was consequently the custom ox merchants to ship "bustles 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 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 5 October 1887

P VUL.^ ^ " ' TO^SBORO. S." C^'EDNESiUY. OCTOBER 5, 18*^ ^ ^ ^ ^ = ^Q, 10. A >Ia?qu eraser. To the beach when he came All our hearts grew aflame, For he was an Apollo in feature: And the gilding of^birth Brightly crowned all bis worth, And we vowed him an elegant croature. But alas! for the spell From the gilded mark fell From our noble guest, handsome and witty; And we learned with chagrin "We were all taken in By a vender of fruit from the city. THE KtSSJLAiN DOCTOE. Entertaining and Romantic Story from Real Life. i [Adapted trom xhs Gerjiak of mvt-. Elise Poeke.] BY MRS. FRANCES A. SHAW. Translation Copyrighted, 1SS7, by A. 2Vr. KeUoqq Newspaper Co-mvany. CHAPTER V. ,J. HDsGS went on ' 2 t V"'' v Ci> im a3 usual in the' S1!' " \fc- ' house of the Rus^ shin doctor. Desiree took her daily lessous while the guest wa n d e r e d "^2-^' forth with hia sketch-book, declaring that the forest and its environs offered an inex- , i 1:1.1. _x ^ ?: i.i_ wiiu>uum s>lore oi lnieres...

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 1887

THE NEWS AND HEEALD. WIXNSBOKO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER : : : 1SS7. B. IS. HAGSniLE, ) . y Editors. W. Z. 3TcBOyALD. j The first copy of the Weekly Messenger is before us. It is a six-colum a folio sheet, published at Honea Path, S. C. It is bright and full of news. "We welcome it among our exchanges. A little girl wasn't far wrong when she told her Sunday-school teacher, in answer to the question, "What is the worst thing about money?" that it was "cause we ain't got any." We can all say that. The Democratic State Convention of New York filled the expectations of its constituents. It has adopted a j sound platform and nominated one of ' the best and strongest tickcts ever submitted to the voters of the State. The Poughkeepsie News-Press says that Mr. Blaine is reported to have said that he wonidu't accept the Presi dencyasa gift. That is easy to say. j No class of people now living intends J to make him a gift of the Presidency. It is strange what little things will put European n...

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 1887

I LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOKEK 5, : : : 1SS7. TEKMS OK 7lIENEV/S AND HETwALD.? Tri-weekly edition, three dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, one dollar and fifty cents per annum, in advance. Rates fok Advsktisixg.?One dollar per inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, ar.d fifty cents per inch for each subse juer.t insertion. These rates apply to advertisements of every character, and are 2>ay: ble strictly in advance. Obituaries anil t:iimt;s cf respect are charged for as ; dve:ti:<-:.H.*n1.s. Marriage notices, and s.mpU* announcements of deaths, are publis.led frtv, and are solicited. Liberal terms f.-.r contract advertisements. > c .v A'Iv?*rti8amenx.i?. For Sale?Mary C. Rion. For Sale?Groeschel & Co. |L Fairfield Regulated? Groesehel & Grand Opening?Mrs. J. D. Mc'xotice to Creditors?James G. McCants, Spccial Referee. i ocal Brser#. ?Saturday last was another busy day with our merchants, and cotton came in freely. ?Mr. A. Williford is pr...

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 1887

THE HISTORY OF A HERO, j Li;AVi:s th;: or i- iGiiTING AXUEKSOX. I Southern *! . .* s mic.-s?Aa Alternative of Duty or Self-I?:.'orf>st?II. H. Andcvsor ;? C:i-cirt Point?Kcsniniscencea of His Kiirly IS'tc n- .i :*;fc iCet:orU of His Xilitary C::rr-er. (P?v a Mcrnv r of 7:':s> Military Family.) Those cfiiccrs of the anuy and navy 01 the Unite-.l States who in 18G1-G2 Trere : called upon ^o sever rboir connection I ? :? -. r -? -cl*,..?. , T?-cr-fiT >Y1ULL cLtti OI Vf?iJA/ii t-UCJ vrvAv jucwij proud, and to which all oi' heir youth and rnoi: ci. their nature years bad been devoid, condi rated a brave and gallant band. Th-.-y thought little oi politics. Many of then had been for years sepa- ; rated iron hone ties, and new, by the action of their States, they were confronted by a question of duty on the one band and on the other oi' yielding up their own interests and their love for the banner under which many of then had won renown in the past. A X>J3XIICATE QCESTIOX. They h...

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 1887

VOL. XLIV. WINNSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1887, NO. 11. __ ^ H . K?i_ .! -J_ r- -v.--w _ -.- -.-^,^_-in.r ,-, .. :- ,--TT- . ._... _ ...1 1 tn__r. r..^, I ' --^ . 1 'T?rrr>*^rrT-^r^w*ry-r 'TZX r^-Tr r 2 - .-? - ?- ?-? ' -~rr? * r? -~.~zzr: . ? ?I1. ' '-' i^i.w.niJiwiJim I .\earjy There. But one step more r.dov. r. life's rug-red mad, One lingering step, and then I will be free, And far behind wili leave this heavy load Of aching heart and stinging mockery. But one link more has now to bend and break, And then the chain of life will be und ne; But one night more, and then I will awake Up.there where life has only just begun. ? ?*? THE KUSSIAN DOCTOK. Entertaining and Bomantic Story from Real Life. [ADAPTED FROM THE German OF Mirs, ELISK POEKE.] BY MRS. FRAXCES A. SHAW. 2hmelaiion Copyrighted, 1SS7, by A. y. KeUogg Is ticspaper Company. CHAPTER VL " itS ill I ClIUX IV; ^>> '2^11 f Arnim not to find j. his guest in the I I' breakfast room, to ; !? feel sure that they ...

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 1887

THE EBB AND HERALD. 1 WINXSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, : : : 1887. E. B. EAGSiy.tLE, ) ij- Editors. j TV. X. XCHOSAIjT). I TnE Englishmen arc so astounded at the decisive victories of the Volunteer that they cannot believe that the Thistle was in good racing trim. Tiie Public Prosecutor of Paris pro* peses to bring M. Carvel ho and four other persous connected with the j Opera Comique at the time of the disastrous fire before the courts. mW c* Botii in Massachusetts aad Ohio Democrats are making a fight to win squarely on Democratic principles without shuffling or evasion. In ninety-nine cases out of a hundred this kind of a fight to win means a win- j ning fight. In Tennessee they imprison inon for lying. If that practice should ever J become general it would be necessary ; to build a Chinese wail around this country and call the inclosure a prison. TT&Vstlrl \ vy UVIVW JLXVI uc-w. Under the circumstances who's going i to Tennesseeauy time soon? A Vermont ^school teacher...

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 October 1887

f s- V - ??ir- w?. . .-w 1XTELI.ISENCE. Vi;y^ Y. OCX 0;-i:il 12, ::: 1SS7. 1 :ri . Xnv.*s and Hf.uald.? vc ' ultic::, three dollars per ani: '".'Ivv"Weekly edition, one and fifty cents per annum, in adi. ?. An v: :t :sinc One dollar 3t r.:hiion) for the first inser, a: ]'cr inch for each sub.!?): ' . These rat^s apply to ,oi', . character, and are ; t v Rsivar.ee. Obituaries : :uo charged for as .Marriatr notices, and j of deaths, are pubJ?jr ' Liberal terms ^0 A' aUvertiseiaents. Jp:r/ r. : "Mrs. S. A. Townlev. ff Invited?Geo. L. Kennedy, A RareO,-portunity?C. (I. Scruggs ^ CV ^0II. Second 'Arrival?Mrs. J. D. McC-.i'Iov. % Citation?J. A. Ilinnant, Judge of j Probate. j Chester Fair?E. T. Atkinson, Sec|. rsiary. A Grand Display of Dress Goods? D. A. Hendrix. Isoticc to Property-Owners?J. II. Ctt:ii!n:ng.?, Intcndant. Administrators Notice ? W. it. ; l-.bb, Administrator. Administrators Noticc ? Timothy A~hi">iv, Administrator. >;r;iTv. ft For want of space a number of H commun...

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 October 1887

THE V,\l> ICAX GIRL. She 17Her vV?"?ys ;iu<I Must T;;ke tlie j Consequences. 'From th> Xansas City Times.) j It is truthfully asked if something can ;ot be done to protect our women, J the poor Iambs?something to guard ! tbem against the wolves of fortune-1 hunter?, footmen, body servants, coach- j men and the iihe. No, nothing can be done. Nothing j ought to be done. God, in his infinite j wisdom, never intended that anything | should be done. It is simolv a question ! of the survival of- the fittest. Every week of the world tk-^se women upon whom so nr.; oh empathy is being wasted hQv^ t' ? minister unto them Moses and the prophets. L- the way of warning, line upon line and precept upon precept come to them even in their dreams. If, then, they get into a matrimonial hell there let them be. Lazarus will no more go to them -with a drop of water than he went to the rich man, praying like a dervish for one. If these a Pairs are allairs of the heart let them break or harden. W...

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 1887

VOL, XLIV. WINNSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1887. NO. 12. HAMPTON IT BEXT0NVILLE. the gkeat cakoliman saved johnston" frojl dkstel'vtion. The Brilliant Coup l?y Which Mower was lEiattied? Hampton am? iiurler aud Their Start's the I^ast to Cross the IJridge-Msijor llarker's Heroism. To the Editor of the Ne"srs and Courier: The article "written by General Hampton on Benton viile is another illustration of that modestv v/Lich has so much endeared him to his people. The General has not given all the facts in regard to that critical moment, wben the army of | General J. E. Johnston was imperiled J by the advance of General Mover's j division on the extreme left of the Con- i fedejjite position. He has not stated | ' -sfully the part he bore in the repulse of j th^t most serious attack. It is due to j him*and to jfche tenth of history that j thostipSTVere prfewsii- should recordj theimfstimony as to the facts beforej thejjbecome silent forever. "Honor to j whdPO. honor is due." ott...

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 1887

I V' * THE NEWS AND HEEALD. WIXN'SBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, : : : 1SS7. E.B.RAGSn.lLE, ) . > Editoks. jr. L. szcJOoy ^LD. I A Shallow Kca-soner. The habit of judging existing institutions by what was thought of them in ancient times rather than by what they are, is not a very logical one, J but it is a very persistent one. There will probably always be people in this world who will be incapable of forming an intelligent opinion of their own, and these will always seek ont for the opinions of the past. They will accept the guidance of authority rather than that of reason, being incapable of exercising the latter. The Nashville preacher, for example, who de Mounceci the stage couid imu no oecter reason for doing so than that the Tlieodorian Code was against it, and that Juvenal, and Tacitus, and Plutarch, and Pliny had denounced it. | The stage may have been ever so corrupt in that day, but this fact could have no bearing upon its right to exist to-day. The speaker ought h...

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 1887

1?isi i !??:) >jiii L, ? ww-?n??iron LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WJ:DNK!).VY, OCTOBKK 19, : : : 1SS7. Terms of TheNkws and Herald.? Tri-weekly edition, three dollars per an '''yuum, in advance. Weekly edition, one . 0 dollar and fifty cents per 'annum, in advarce. Kates for Advertising.?One dollar r per ineh (soiitl iainion) for the first inser' ^ tion, r.jul fifty cents per inch for each sub -if -ys-iit insertion. These rates apply to ;<lv.:ti:>einents of every character, and are ">J p. - hie strictiy in advance. Obituaries n;:'i :: itnit >s of~resi>ect arc charged for as :"!vfvti.-!*i:u'ir.s. Marriage notices, and announcements of deaths, are publ !i.:,e.i f.aial are .solicited. Liberal terms W~ ;.?r csiVuac: advertisements. ? - . /,*:v?'rtisoincnt??. Catarrh?W. E. Aiken. To Rent?Mrs. Mary C. Rion. i^. Clerk's Sales?"VV. II. Kerr, Clerk. The Restaurant?F. W. Ilabenicht. Business Dooming?J. M. Beaty & Bro. . A Pertinent Question?D. Landerdale. pP^yissignee-s Sale?Jas....

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 1887

/ Ail - i t:r;?o-e ISCCoJiie ihe ?. * ea<l 1 o " *:.? Lati? Nation-'. Hsu j. .: , ,liis wiioie i though , r that Signer Crisp:. o:> siuru irona Frieuaricfcsrahe, >*i r - v-itde declaration more i.-:vr- thai. mutilated echo I of the message- i -orrre from Berlin by i Beacon.s.'loK';. *'1 " rincc peace with iioiior." ?'% .: ueiiionably a :Srm league between . r.-.ree central rowers should tend tc;;an^e oi z . ace in Europe. and might even 1 e~ deemed to guarau:-. ; r - .uil y. . . policy oi France " t. ; not 31 -.eiy to be shaped j UJ : v.ly .1 u Ui J. J were C- .:. .'.v.! by ti-..- iceiin'gs of an a-iix>..ic ' l;y anything tuat; even postponed the outbreak of an iZu- j ropean- ;;:' SiaL-.i of the Continent cannot- b;;t :c -.acl aoiorsg theci Italy. But, cesi-Je.-.sL.-reoi luv general blcs^ngs ilc-.ii.p; iioxn pcu.ce, the Italian Prime I>Iiristvr i? believed to contemplate certain spccia: ~ .1 vantages to accrue to bis eouatry from partnership with G-.:;nany arid Asostr...

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 1887

r " __ . - VOL.XLIV. WIXXSBORO. S. C., WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 26, 1887. NO. 13. , EVOLUTION Oi THE COLLAK. A Great Industry that Grew Out of a Freacher-'s Idea? How Collars are .Made by the Million. Half a century since dandies were gotten np to kill at a hundred yards with their necks swathed in, rirst, a stiff and high standing coJlar that reached its c ^ points quite to the ear?, and over that a glossy satin or bombazine band stiffened "with haircloth and lastened around the wearer's neck by strings tied behind. This latter item of gorgeousness was sometimes replaced by a "neckcloth," usually in gentlemen oi apoplectic tendency, which was ncthiBg more than a generous silk handleicirief carefully folded, wrapped around xbe collar and terminating in i graceful knot. T.he collars worn there were ail the i productions of the domestic: shirtiuaker, i and were usually part ajju parcel of the i shirt. Cuffs were unknown, except a.-! applied to outer garments, ana that indispensable appendage...

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 1887

THE iNEWS AjSD HEBALD. j WIXXSBORO, S. C. WEDXESDAT, OCTOBER 27, : : : 1SS7. E. B. ISA GSDALE, ) . > jei>:toks. IK. i- ITcBOXALD. I Eddie Gouhd, asred twenty-one, second son of Jay Gould, lias been taken Into his fathers office to learn the business. lie starts oil' with So00,000 made on "points" furnished by his father. ?? -o~ Albert R. Parsons has written to Governor Oglesby, of Illinois, who, he has been told, is a rood constitutional lawyer and a siucere inan, dcrk.iv/'Jrm. fl(! asks that the lAIw*i.I ViiiJj-j ? Governor shall examine the record of the trial and conscientiously determine for himself as to his guilt or inuocence. A Worthy 12xamj>ic. It would seem that it has been reserved for a race of men, who were lately slaves, to teach their former masters a lesson of duty in the matter of the administration of justice. A little while ago, in North Carolina, a jury of colored men convicted a colored man of a capital crime perpetrated on a white victim. Now we have a ...

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