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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 26 October 1887

I LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. YTEI?*ESDAY, OCTOBER 27, : : : 1SS7. TuIims 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 for Advertising.?One dollar per inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents ]>*-r inch for each subx uic.it insertion. These rates apply to ndveiVisemoiits of every character, and are 1>U- strictly in advance. Obituaries ;iU?: V. lt?Ut *s of lfs'M-ct sir* I'.nIvrrti.H-iiifii'.s. Marriaire notices, and s.nij.A- announcements of deaths, are i>ubfive, and aie solicited. Ijiberalterms f.ir contrac* advertisements. FAIR NOTICE. It is just as impossible to run a newspaper without capital as it is to run a farm without labor. "We have on our books subscribers who have been receiving the paper for several years past without paying one,cent therefor. The paper changed hands on the first of January last, and under the rules of the new management all s...

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 1887

: > r?: ilovv r -J. *:?3ith i'arlE,; Thioir*. E;. p-.M.'. .. mca-rc reports' sent frosa berc o? Friday regarding tire ! attempt: 1 tr -a r .ijbe:y but a fraction i of liicr t ./ . I- --b* Ic-ory that one robL-T siiov. <: :.... .1. v hat was the ; :u?tou:^:n:c::: > '" h:-re v:heu the' ' ' .... .... - brought ? UVBU ijvuv liii'ju.Li . . . in yesterday. The <3?-lvestou. Hurriiburg i uad Sea Ai m.: --re ...UNiid ! h;.v, ! h - .. j-'r: . .y I P. j was delayed untH 8:30 while wailiag for I thy . . Pehi 'iron: the West. Ea;:"::'...r L<h:er nis train ; had gone about a mile two men wearing j cloth masks came over the tender v. ith u j revolver ";a each hand. The engineer tried * > ttf.p in. the men ordered him " ' ; : j i ; curve .stop'jul'.'k. Y/L?.a ;=: : :: <urve he s.r posed they iive : ;Y .1 :he city, U:*y orders! : . ..h 11:: i;.- get o?:' the mginc; -i: \.n: : to thy express car. The r<, -hers in the mcaatime were firing o:i* .-'a .evolves una ihoutiag and I c...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 2 November 1887

/ J c If 70L.XLIV. '' ' ' WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY," NOVEMBER 2, m. ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ | j JEFF DAVIS AT JIACON. HE MAKES A TltlL'MPis A I. MARCH TO fgi Til K CEOltCIA I'AIK. A Continues! Ovation A Jons Entire ftc Journey?How He Was Received by the Staunch I'eople of the Eui;>ire State?A Splendid Reception Ihroiijjhout. Macon, October 2?.?E\-Pre&idcnt M)avis, accompanied by Mrs. Davis, Miss HrVinnie Davis and Mrs. Hays, of Hdemphis, reached here this evening at B o'clock under the escort of the special committee that left here Sunday, From iff the time the cur left Uiloxi until it !! reached Macon the pathway was one streak oJr flowers. All along t;ie lice crowds of men, womt-n and children flocked to the train to catch a glimpse of Mr. Davis, but he was too feeble to respond. Only at Americas did he appeal on the platform and that was for a few minutes. A committee from there met the train at Smithviils and prevailed on him to do this. The party was joined at Montgomery ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 2 November 1887

?b?pHana?b-b3?bmpw ! n THE NEWS AND HERALD. WIXN'SBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, : : : IS57 E. B. RAG SB ALE, ) ; > Editors. JT. L. McD OSALD. I Aft? .TrxsvPir (IctwrerLAIX tele graphs that the rumor that he proposes to withdraw from the Fisheries Commission is ridiculous. A petition has been gotten up in Columbia by prominent citizens askingMr. Jefferson Davis to visit that city during fair week. Mr. Davis is now attending the Macon, Ga., fair. One of the President's mistakes was the appointment of Henry R. Jackson as minister to Mexico. The President probably sees this now, but it is too late. Mr. Jackson went into intellectual bankruptcy twenty-live years ago, and has not been troubled with an original idea since. It would not be safe for him to have one now, it would shatter the consistency of his / vcc*i n V??C?UVU Very Hard. Since tbe incarceration of the attorney-general of Virginia and other State officers by Judge Bond, of the United States Circuit Court, for con-, t...

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. — 2 November 1887

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDXESBAT, NOVEMBER 2,: : : 1SS7. Terms of The News and IIeuald.? Tri-weekly edition, three dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, one dollar and fifty cents per annum, in advance. kates for advertising.?One dollar per inch (scrd minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each subsequent insertion- These rates applv to advertisements of every character, and are pay-blo strictly in advance. Obituaries ' and tsibut .*s of resj>ect are charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and simple annoui.ceuients of deaths, are put>iished frr-e, and are solicited. Liberal terms I for contract advertisements. FAIR NOTICE. It is just as impossible to run a ' newspaper without capital as it is to | ran a farm without labor. "We have j on our books subscribers who have j I been receiving the paper for several years past without paying one cent therefor. The paper changed hands on the first of January last, and under the rules of the new man...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 2 November 1887

z <;%' HOF>Kt.v< K. A L?ehj>cra:.' utrr ''.Fhu'i: Two Oii.I.iv.> arf raiallv Hurt. LiXCOi.;.. . ' V" : 2~i.?Daring ; the sua::. ** :*.> have infested}!"'"'.: . . ia<?jfchuog*ccireties3di&. j succeeded ... valuable*: horse?. " '. ir : : were so . ably cxo. *:; ]:!. .... - ;-.r-o d-.d in eluding the onieer* .- r .. .. ... :.*.: . They had establish : - . 1 their 1>r.r?.s r d:.rinfj the . iM?iit until they were safely out of react in ; the I: ; *'IV\l'iaally the c:'> fastened upon i Nooh > :.r in: ill e i himse-f not<on tire frontier Br his ; reck c-- . . . : ' "i :ty '?r and Charles -S;.: i * j <, "who do a great; deal of [ trawsinp : . .. :ni;-y without any 1 TOiWe occupation. Las; S.. i-.ij' ,c<h'-: learned that the j oflleer: :.i:vy skipped ; o;it k: .. . ...y s . io;. through the sunuhh. . . < <. . Northwestern Nebraska, ..i.k::.: a..' ir posse in close ; : hist theeiiicers car::': Thieves, who bad taken shelter v. if ... v.'...>...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 9 November 1887

7S& * ' ' ^ ' . VOL. XLIV. WINNSBORO, S. C-, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1887. . NO, 15. OUR GRIMIXAL LAW. i tSOMIi TIMELY SUGGESTIONS I I'ON AN :NTI:J:v<nsr. si" 1*.JKIT. ?.., Fact* and Opiuions Which Comhiicv tl Themselves *0 Serious Cnnsldcratiuc? "Work or the legislature. (Keoivcs Courier?Editorial.; We have read with some interest, but more surprise, tiie views of some of oar leading lawyers on the defects of the criminal law, 2nd the escape 01 guilty criminals thereby, as the cause for the frequency and gravity of crimes. They [propose changes in a system which has met the approval of an enlightened century and advocate them as a remedy against lynch luw and the alleged prevalence of crime. We cannot hope, in a single aitiele, to point out all the falla In II* lILL: CcUUiCU cii VJ. uwR tinguished -writers, but will briefly al lude to the salient points of error, which, I in our view, they contain. Before entering on the subject, we will I state that onr views of the criminal...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 9 November 1887

w THE NEWS AND HEBALD. WINNSBOKO, S. C. wednesday, xovembeb ?>,! : : : 1s87. E.B.BJ.GSDALE, ) ; > jsditoks. W. Z.ircHOXALD. ) Goveenoi: Goudox has returned from Ohio rather precipitately. At Dayton the mob would not hear him. j Like the farmers' club of Barnwell, they did not care to be enlightened. The Governor and Mr. Youmans will probably both agree hereafter with Mr. Cariyle, that the world is made up -of "folks and fools, mostly fools." Tiieee is no better proof of theinborn selfishness of men than the proposal of the politicians of this country to repeal th<* tax on whiskey and tobacco rather than on the necessaries of life. They go in for a free jug an d a protected blanket, rather than for a free blanket and a protected jug. They need the jug oftener and longer than thev do the blanket. Bad Planners. Tbe conduct of the public meeting at Barnwell on the olst of October in refusing to hear Mr. Youmans is strange behavior for people in this latitude. Their veils and hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 9 November 1887

I ' mm iii.w, i .rnrnro mmm LOCAL iXTELLIGBXCE. VTEDXESSAT, JCOVEMDEE 1SS7. Terms OP TSIE NKTVS ASO IIexzld.? Tri-weekly edition, three dollars per anvjktu, in advance. Weekly edition, one dollar and fifty cents per annum, in ad4 vance. f Kates koi; Advertising.?One dollar jx-r inch Csoljd minion) for tbe first inser t.uii, am; uit^- cenis per lttch lor eacn sui>s? juent insetr'nm. These rates apply to aslwniseine^iis <>r fvtrry fcharacter, ami are j>-yt l>lc sfccctly 1:? auvfance. Obituaries ui: i t: ibut *s ot respect dre charged for as advertLscnsjpnls. iiaiViage notice?, and soupie :;i' deatlis, are published fro-:,' and are solicited. Liberal terms contract advertise Jiients. FAIR .KOTICE. It is fast as impossible to ran a newspaper without capital as it is to ran a farm wil/hout labor. We have on our books/subscribers who have been Reiving/'the paper' for several, yea' Without paying one cent j Ie paper changed hands j January last, and under he new management a...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 9 November 1887

f&SBBUgfgRggB **** ^ ~ ' pPv " " ^ "V~. ~: A iU/ilOEVs BL'JsK. * .K A X.AX.Y OF AXTLD L.'.NG SYM:. I . ' Maiden's Blush: >'aci? piLzed, - . ' Lovely rose! Sweet oxl-f^shioned fiower, Now bwt sekiom =< -r. in modern Garden orracdern bower Alasl'yomr emoiem :'rom modern ? Society hath ne:uiy H*rd. Sweet modesty droops, s neuriy sliroaded, Her charms are ?ear;y dead. Words once ficshinu to deeper hue Tho cbe*rl: or mod s:-youth and beauty 2iOW Wlin ongai :r ;? iveu, Ssteomed ;o > -lety a duty. Tea, words in the loug aso inaatiim: To deepest crimson Liush the maiden's . cheek By modern bv,a aad U lie r*ceiv^d With eager car. open heart, words they court, they seek. Oh. long-;*st flower! 7o oar gardens, 0\:r bowers, again return? .That youth and maiden may Kach from yop a whoicsom lesson learn. Sweet 3ower return: v/iiii your gentle bru^h I Agr.in thechet1: of fair maid* a touch. Oh. return, sweet lio ver, una resto: c Her long-lost charm, a maiden's blush; JEFF 1)A\ I.h a.\...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 4 January 1888

: - a VOL. XLIV. WINNSBORO, S. 0., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY i, 1888. NO, 23. ^ ^ ^ ._ _ _ . ' __.. 1 Dorcas Caledon, HE HEIRESS GF CUD? HEIGHTS. ?AJNT ^lUTOBIOGKAI^HY. 3T FLOKEXCE E. DIAMOND. [ CopyrigJUal, 1SS7, Zy The A. 2~. JCtilonj Xctcs \ paper Company.] 7 CHAPTER L IIITIiO D U C'i'ORT. fa wild and thrilling i tale or hairbreadth : escapes from threat- ! en ing dangers, of dark deeds or wonderful romances, but tcry of a life, checkered as are most lives, J and of one who was j an orphan from her birth and almost an alien from her kineK-tv* -it. j cital I crave your at" x tention: My rightful name v.-as Dorcas Caledon, but until I had attained womanhood I was known as Dorcas Lynn. My first name, however, was my only rightful legacy, for I was a foundirag.picked up on the steps of the B foundling asylum ono bitter winter night, evidently deserted by those who should have cared for me. The matron, Mrs. Iynn, of course took me in and kindly cared for me; perhaps the fact that she had a f...

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. — 4 January 1888

>** A BeoeBBBeeoyc.-*=aaBBaBe*eeaDHee?e*aEZH HCBeBaB THE NEWS ASD HERALD. ! WINNSBOKO, S. C. P. Jf. BRICE, ) ^Proprietors. jr. o. DAVIS, I P. M. BRICE, : : : : Editor. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, : : : 1SSS: ? Valedictory. With this issue of the paper my connection with The News and Hekald terminates. When I assumed the duties of an editor twelve months ago I determined that the work which I would contribute to the paper should be performed at night; that my duties as . an editor should not interfere with my work in the practice of my profession, to which I allotted the daytime. I have learned in the course of the year that it is not possible to serve two masters; that in the conflicting exactions of the two, the just den on/1 in nifind^ ox dotu m ^ ^ ****v* the future * I will devote my entire time to the practice of my profession ?the Law. The News and Herald will continue under able and faithful management. I bespeak for the present proprietors, the support which I know they will de...

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. — 4 January 1888

* ? X, ' LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. . WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4. : : : 1SS8. Texm.s o:-' The Xeivs and ILskald.? . . r Tri-weekly edition, three dollars per <in? nvm, in advance. Weekly edition, one .. - dollarand fifty cents per annum, in advance. " Hates foi: Adveetising.?One do!!r.r per ix:ch (solid minion) for the lirst insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each sub2, " se-juectinsertion. These rates apply to . advertisements of every character, and are " \ *"* pi: v.: ble szr.i".\y in a-ivance. Obituaries aril t.ibwtsef"re>pect are charged for a^ " . advertbenxats. lM Triage notices, and mp' < ! deaths, art* a-i-.ed ares:U."5. Liberai^ms f rc-utractadvertisements. OvB AGENTS. , ' * . J"o. A. DzsroHTES, Iiidgeivay, S. C. ; E. Craig, Blackstock, S. C. ' i Samuel Clownet, Woodward, S C. - W. J. Johnson, BIyihewood, S. C. . F. O, Lrro, Monticelio, S. C. II. M. Zealy, Dawkiiis, S. C. T. G. Patrick, White Oak, S. c. ' -i-'-i : _ ? r r 1 vtrr:imktiicnu. Notice?W. (J. Beaty, Administrat...

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. — 4 January 1888

A BIG LIIJKL SUIT. An Aciion for Ten Thousand Dollars Damages for Alleged Defamation of Character. The papers have already stated that Gen. Edward I\!cCrady, Jr., of Charleston, has sued Dr. T. C. Bobertson, of Columbia, for ten thousand dollars damages, for libeL The document on which i the suit is founded is the ioliovricg letter written by Dr. Robertson to Gen. ->Ic w "I have freely stated to parties in Columbia and elsewhere tha? in the conduct of the suit of Mary F. ilcCrady vs. i Allen Jones et al. you have been guilty : of falsehood, treachery and scoundrelism, and as I desire to' say nothing behind yortr back that I would not say to j your face, I write this that you may know exactly what I have said. "You have sworn falsely under oath when, at Chester, on 2d of August last, you testified you had paid $600 for certain judgments. "You uttered a falsehood when, in I your argument before Judge Wallace on j Wednesday last, you said you had been enticed into the arbitration, k...

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. — 11 January 1888

I i 1?? ?? I will I nil I II .J - I -- - ?cap. C??acaBMP?^cMgsMemgqi rum n i t ? c n i ?eaggBttamp?c?c rir iii,^ ir^Hii_rTwmBT..A?ji VOL.XLIV. WINNSBORO, S. C,, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY , 1888. NO. 24. Dorcas Caledon, 5SB -HRIR3SS OF CALEDON HEIGHTS. atttobiogsaphy. BY FiOKEXCE E. DIAMOND. CHAPTER HL My dear little roora was never so dear to me as now that I v.*as leaving it forever. I had been quite silent till now, too much bewildered to speak; but when I reached my tvuw> -fnil imrvirt. of v.-Hafc ivas fiein;? done burst upon me, and I fell at the matron's feet imploring her not to send mo away with those two cold, cruel women. "Only let me stay here," I begged amid a storm of sobs, burying my face in her lap, "only let me stay and I will do any thing. I will scrub the steps as little Paul does; I ? will be good oh! so good! I will never disobey you, indeed I will not ? ili-.. Hart's tears flowed at this passionate apnea 1 of mine, but she could not grant nr .est now?it was too late....

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. — 11 January 1888

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WJLNNSBOKO; S. C. P. Jf. BEICE, ) > Proprietors. J. (J. JJA. / JL5 . I P. M. BRICE, ' : : : : Editor. \TEDNE5BAY, JANUARY 11, : : : 1SSS. Already there have been introduced over nine hundred bills in Congress upon almost every conceivable subject?from a national horse-trainer to the admission of territories and reducing the tariff. The matter of a postal telegraph has received much discussion, but it is not probable that Congress will take any action at this session. There are too many back questions that they must decide before they go into this. But it is a scheme which meets with general approval, and sooner or later it will come. There has been some talk of JRepubiicans introducing a tariff bill and getting the credit of reducing the burden of taxation. Senator Sherman, a leading candidate for the Presidency, dispelled this idea when in the Senat; he stood squarely up for protection. This shows where they stand, and it remains to the Democrats to dance to...

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. — 11 January 1888

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, : : : ISSS. Teems of The News axd Herald.? Tri-weekly edition, three dollars ^er o.nnurn, in advance. Weekly edition, one dollar and fifty cents per <innv.m, in advance. Kates for Advertising.?One dollar ?er inch (solid minion) lor the 1} reinsertion, and tiltv cent - per inch for ea-hsubsc juent insertion. These rates apply to advertisements of every character, and are 1,, Obituaries pays*iwe sua-uv .i. ? :*i <! tribute of respect are charged for as sdverti.vuienl.-. Marriage notices, and s i;ipk* announcements of deaths arc publisher! fn: % and are solicited. Liberal terms f-.r contract advertisements. OUR AGENTS. jno. A-.Dksi'Okte?, Hidgewav, s. c. J no. E. craig, Blackstock, 's. c. Samuel Cloxtxey, "Woodward, s. c. w. j. Johnson, Blythewood, s. c. F. c, Luro, 3Ionticello, s. c. II. m. Zealv, Dawkins, s. c. T. g. Patrick, White Oak, s. c. N ew A <i v? ri i si sac a r s. Notice of Dissolution?Jennie Groeschel, Henry Sainneis. i ....

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 11 January 1888

a?jaaitfimiiiiiinMiarfUMtfMM 11 111 i 'oaac??a GENERAL SEWS XOTES. ! S( j xr Ifesss of icterent Gathered from Yarfca* ; -p, Quarters. j a; Ice in the Rhine has broken the bridge .I] of boats at Cologne and caused the suspen sion of cavigation on the river. c A special from Beaufort, X. G\, says the j S business portion of that tovra vras burned. | Loss about ?00,000. a At Madisonvilie, Tex., on Tuesday night a "reformers" shot one man and hanged two others. The sheriil has called for troops, r - - ... T> ^ C A Heavy scow storm prevails m isuiga- i ria. Railroads arc biockrded and mails due in Sofia on Saturday have not arrived. Judge A. P. Aldrich contradicts the re i port that he has contemplated resigning. { t He says he will serve out his term. The Birmingham (England) Canal burst j I yesterday at a point near Dudley. Hun-1 ] dreds of families were rendered homeless 1 by inundation. Tne Democratic primaries in New Orleans resulted in the election of fifty-six Nicholls delegate...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 18 January 1888

' ' ' " ' . - ' i :v- = - . Lo * . - . Vv fc* - VOL, XLIV. WINNSBORO, So C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1888. , ' - NO. 25. MMW?3K3?pMBMPsacaapgpflB? 111 i W . Dorcas Caledon, THS HEOIESS OF CALEDON HEIGHTS. K' -AJN2" ATTTOBIOGKAPHV. L. BY FLOBEXCE E. DIAMOXO. IjP CHAPTER IV. W Mrs. Clayton tamed to a servant r.-hc vras ' in the room, and saiu quietly: "You may take this cliiid to the schooi-rocra for to day, Ann. Tell Miss Dallas she* will attend to her as to others. I obediently followed the girl to the schoolroom, which was a handsomely-furnished apartment on the second floor. ^ The servant opened the door and gave me T a shove inside, "ilistress said she was to study here to-day," she cried, and shut the door, leaving me standing in the middle of the Hoor. 1 raised my head and looked around. At a desk in one end cf the room, a grave, plain-faced girl of perhaps two-and-twenty was sitting listening to a recitation from ono of the three children under her charge. TVhen she saw me she ...

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. — 18 January 1888

f THE NEWS AND HEBALD. WINNSBORO, S. C. r. jh. jaxij-isjc,, i ) pr0pkiet0k5. J. o. DAVIS, i P. M. BKICE; : : : : Editor. wei?*BS?AT, january is, : : 1sss. At last accounts, Governor Foraker, having eaten up all the rebels, was trying to swallow himself. * John Sherman had belter look to his laurels, Chandler is now the champion heavy weight bloody shirt waver. L?aniel Manning began life in a newspaper office and ended as Secretary of the Treasury. See what we are coming to. The Republicans can be depended upon to do away with the surplus. Rniifltnr "Rloii- in in <r 7-?icr chnnck for schools, wants to appropriate a large sum for a colored exposition. The most desperate device now being used against Lamar is that he will not do his share of the work. It is said that the Justices of the Supreme Court hold this view. How they know this or what they have to do itjs^not stated. The Abbeville Medium criticizes the Legislature for many sins of omission and commission. Where was the Edito...

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