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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 18 January 1888

0 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3 8, : : j 183S Terms of The News and Heraljd.Tri-weekly edition, three dollars per an rnum, in advance. Weekly edition, on dollar and "fifty cents per "annum, in ad vance. Rates for Advertising.?One doiia per inch (solid minion) for the first inser tion, and fifty cents per inch for each sub sequent insertion. These rates apply t< advertisements of even* character, and ar> payable strictly in advance. Obituarie, and tributes of respect are charged for a *L advertisements. Marriage notices, aru simple announcements of deaths, are pub free, and are solicited. Liberal term for contract advertisements. OUR AGENTS. p. Jxo. A. Desportes, Eidgewav, S. C'. Jno. E. Craig, Blackstock, S. C. 4 Samuel Glowney, Woodward, S. C. W. J. Johnson, Blythewood, S. C. fr- F. 0, Lupo, ilonticello, S. C. II. if. Zealy, Davrkins, S. C. ? " " ? u r T. *jr. fATKIUjv, VY Liite v/u&, o. \s. P = A'iverUscmentK. Notice?Groeschel & Co. Clerk's Sale?W. H. Kerr...

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. — 18 January 1888

f T" . ,i. 11 i i HI ^nrrm--1-11"THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. Atto-ney General Earle'a Opinion on tue Qrzau- j izatlon Under the Recent Act of the I??gui!s.- . xure. T A*T? I ^AECCTIVE UlIAMiJKIC, OilU. J.V11I, v^.-. ( Hon. Jos, U. Earle, Attorney General: Sit;: Grave doubts being entertained by some of the Departments of the State Gov eminent as to the legality of the election of the new Board of Agriculture at the recent session of the General Assembly, I beg leave to submit for your consideration the following question: Do the persons who have been elected by the General Assembly under and by virtue of an A<t ent'tled "An Act to crea'e a DepartnieLt of Agriculture," etc., approved Decern I er 22,'lSST, now constitute the Board of Agriculture ?Very respectfully, J. P. Richaedsox, Governor. THE ATTOBXEY-GEXERAL'S REPLY. CoT.orr.ia, S. C., January 10,1SSS. a Hon. John Peter llichardscre," Qmcri,or, Columbia, S. C. Dear Sir: 1 have tlie noncr to acKnowiedge the receipt of your commun...

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. — 25 January 1888

y - ; - -- . ...,,.. ^ ^ j| \ p? ' " ,: "' V::; t *" VOL. XLIV. # . WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1888. . NO. 26. . -1 ,, ?, ??imnni| mm B M| , M|B|| |n| firi-rir|nTT-Bn ?,,,.? > ,,B .ji,i,^ ? ... cagnancHi ! > juimiirjaii mimt ig?EBB?UMI BP??OWOBBBWB?BB?liLfj? - : " ''-j The Wife's Choice. Bp In a far-off famcu* land, in days long- gone, j pr Before the wise, good R.ihb! S:m'-on A childless couple sorrowfully cam?: And, neither on the fltber c tsiinsr-blanie, , B jarged that the rubbi grant them a decree ; L Divorcing: them forthwith, perpetually; & Since seven unfruitful years aa<i corns and P> fled. And found a childless home, a barren bed. lH*- The keen-eyed rabbi read in each na!e face sag The '-wish to s;= ve the other from disgracc; P Then bared his head, and sail in accents f ii-li'U. 4-Sad is the bouse wherein no voice of child j Makes glad the two-fold heart with pri to and ! _ joy; Yet that malicious tonirues mny not annoy j With whispered evil ...

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. — 25 January 1888

f THE NEWS AND HEBALD. WIXN'SBOEO, 5. C. jP. 3T. HRICE, ) i- PKOPHlETOnS. jr. O. 7>JL VIS, i P. M. SRICE, : : : : Editor. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, : : : 183S. Senator Chandler, after viewing j the whole South, has finally reached I South Carolina. He has introduced a : bill regulating Congressional elections ; in this State. The whole business is j unconstitutional for what applies to ! South Caralina in this matter ought to ; apply tc all the States. Chandler has j made himself the champion bloody j shirt waver, and all he does things of j this kind for is to make political capital lor the next campaign. All his .effortsin this direction will amount to nothing. The people of this country have had enough of these sectional issues, and every effort made to introduce them will result in a reaction against the originators. Chandler is so blinded by partisan ~ zeal that he will never see this, and we await with great curiosity his next bill in this direction. The Blair bill proposes to...

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. — 25 January 1888

-?> LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, : : : 1SSS ^ Terms of The News and Herald.? V Tri-weekly edition, three dollars per anV num, in advance. Weekly edition, one dollar and fifty cents per annum, in adF vance. Kate* fob Advertising.?One dollar i-n^r inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each subs^ [Uent insertion. These rates apply "to advcitiM-iuvr.ts of every character, and are p.:> hie strictly in advance. Obituaries i i ibut ,'s c'f respect are charged for as " advertisements. Marriage notices, and . ; isii'if av.iK'ur.cements of deaths, are pub* free, and are solicited. Liberal terms f?.r contract advertisements. OCR AGENTS. (P Jno. A. Desportes, Ridgewav, S. C. ' Jno. E. Craig, Blackstock, S. C. Samuel Clowkey, Woodward, b. U. ; W. J. Johxson, Blythewood, S. Cp F. C, Lupo, Monticello, S. C. Hi M. Zealy, Dawkins, S. C. rT. G. Patrick, White Oak, S. C. Received?-S. S. Wolfe. Ou Haud?J. F. McMaster & Co. Xotice?J. A. Hinnant...

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. — 25 January 1888

f :v: . / LAWS OF TILE STATE. Some of the Work of the Keceat Session of tbe Legislature. An Act to amend Section 2,'1S2 of the!, General Statutes of South Carolina, j Relating to Housebreaking. ! J That Section 2,4S2 of the General j" Statutes of South Carolina, relating to J: housebreaking, be amended so as to ] read as follows: "Section 2,482. Every person who! shall break and enter, or who shall break I < with intent to enter, in the day time, j, any dwelling-house or other house, or . who shall break and enter, or shall j break with intent to enter, in the night j, time, any house, the breaking and enter- \ ing of which would not constitute bur-! glary with intent to commit a felony or | other crime cf a lesser grade, shall be j held guilty of a felony, and punishable ! at the discretion of the Court by impris-j eminent in the county jail or penitentiary for a term not exceeding one year." TBIAIi JUSTICE FEES. An Act to prohibit Trial Justices who receive Salaries charging or...

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. — 1 February 1888

VOL.XLIV. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEI^ESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1888 ^ NO. 27. DESOLATION. Alone I sit in gorgeous state, And view mv gathered treasures rare, "Which seem to mock my oruei fate? Sir lonely lot, so bleak cjid bare. Within is wealth and warmth and light, Close curtained from th-i whistling wind, That sweeps and swirls with reckless might, Whose breath brings death to human kind. But the cold wind of her deep scorn sgjfR Has blighted all my joy of life; Within my soul no hope is bornNo rest or peace or savage strife. rArni what care I for pride or fame, spinets love from r ot my heart is driven? AH, 4*31 is but an empty name? Ashes the prize for which I've striven. Dead ashes from a deep despair, A heart burned out by passion's fire? 0 God: she was so false, so fair, And blind was I with fond desire. 1 loved with love that ne'er grows old; worship followed where she led; f But weary of a tale oft told, . I She left me'?and tho world,is dead. ?Marsha 2L Boss in Tiises-Democrat. V: - ...

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. — 1 February 1888

: THE NEWS AND HEBALD. j WD^iSBORO, S. C. 8 P. 2?. BRICE, ) r SPK0FKI2T0 ICS. 1 ?7. o. DAVIS, I { -rz=-~rr '^T^Z. C P. X. BRICE, : : : : , WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY1, : : : 18S8. . It is said that a phosphate trust is !( the next thing in contemplation. Prices * will increase. Farmers had better look to home production. The swindlers, who advertise to sell ( a large amount of counterfeit money ] for a small sum, are finding South , ; Carolina pastures refreshingly green. ??- A Lancaster lamb was taken in by < them a day or more ago. I monument fund is in a ' desperate way. Only $7,000 has been subscribed, and no.v the faithful are trying to touch the patriotic heart by raffling a crazy quilt for the benefit of the fand. To what straits have they come! The termination of the unfounded contest for Mr. Carlisle's seat by Mr. Thocbe,- now leaves Congress free to go into the prompt discharge of its chief duty. Let them press forward in the work of tax redaction and tariff reform. A seveke b...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 1 February 1888

r" ^ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, : : : 1S?S. Terms, ok The News and He::ai.i>.? Tri-weekly edition, three, dollars per an^ num., ia advance. Weekly edition, one ddllarand fifty cents per annum, in advance. Uate> kuu Advertising.?One dollar ?-*r inch (<??:?<! minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per incli for each subsc juent insertion. These rates applv to advertisements of every character, and are ; bie stiieliv in advance. Obituaries I" ?i C. t. ibut*s el respect are charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and ? an;:t:iii,eeaients of deaths, are published free, and aresolicited. Liberal terms for contract advertisements. Pyti. iiuux3. J>*o. A. Desportes, Ridgeway, S. C. Jas. E. Craig, Blackstock, S. C. Samuel Clottxey, Woodward, S. C. W. W. Crosby, Crosbyville, S. C. W. J. Jonxsox, Blytliewood, S. C. F. C, Lupo, Monticello, S. C. H. M. Zealy, Dawkins, S. C. s- T. G. Patrick, White Oak, S. C. * Advertiscmenr.*. For Sale--J. D. McCa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 1 February 1888

f :' ' ^?PH CRUISING ON THE COXGAREE. Jg j u THE STEAMBOAT EXCURSION GIVEN BY j THE COLUMBIA BOARD OF TRADE. 51! The Start *rom Granbv?A R'ver Yovage of _ w Forty-Three Showlog I'nrivaled Facillt3ea fo.- Water Transportation?The Ma- q; lives Undergo a Surprise?A Golden Future M Within Columbia's Grasp? Back to the l* Queen City of the South. ^ Si cr (From the Columbia Daily Record.) p Coxgaree, S. C., Jan. 25.?I venture tht statement, without fear of successful contradiction, that two-thirds of the citi- o - - " * r *t. - _ ? ti zei s or UoiumDja ana mree-iounns 01 use i ^ population of South Carolina Lave no ade- * quate conception of the navigerous possi- I bilities of the Congaree River. Too many 1 have long considered it in no light but that * of a muddy, rock-bottomed stream, inca- t pable of being put to practical use. s The writer has hitherto belonged to the * great army of ignorants, who hare beeD * unaware of the grand opportunities for the* city of Columbia aad the Palmet...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 8 February 1888

^ NO, 23. = rBDorcas Caledon, K HEIRESS OF CALED05 ESIGHTS. K ATJT03I0GRAPHY. PC? FLOKEXCE E. DIAMOND. ? - CHAPTER YTL TSs, then, -was the end of all my foolish dreais of Oliver Dudley! the end of the firnvjtrue friendship I had felt so sure wouli spring up between us on his return! Hadlp not promised me to be my friend? A . W>f + h?>+ tvoc lAnrr o crr\ *hr? n-ivl fArcAt I ten as now, and ay cheeks burned as I remembered my eager welcome and his chill* ingrtply. Sitfcg thus in the dark I could hear the sounipf music and mirth from the drawingroomvhere, I had no doubt, the family and | theirguests were assembled. This did not add tomy peace of mind, you may be sure. Presently Maggie burst into the room in Iter usnal impusive fashion. ' TY3&t, miss, sitting in the dark?'' she cried- "Why, whatever is the matter, dear she continued, lighting the lamp and noticing my wet, tangled hair and disordered appearance. "Ncfcing at all," I answered, sullenly. "I wea? out for a walk and...

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. — 8 February 1888

THE NEWS AND HERALD. ? WDTCSBORO, S. C. P. JT. BBICE, . ) V PKOPKIETOaS. jr. o. DAVIS, i P. M. BBICE, : : : : Editor WED>~ES?AT, FEBBUABY 8, : : : 1SSS. It is reported that there will be no split in the Democratic party on the < tariff, that they will agree on a bill in committee and carry it through. The Piedmont Cotton Factory has decided to enlarge their mill. The capacity will be double that of the old mill. This is one of the most successful factories in the South, its stock selling at 135. Candidates for the Solicitor.?hip in t&e JKiigntn msirict are aireauy uui. Every county in the district has a candidate except Oconee, and it will be a wondeful exception to ordinary counties unless she has at least one. The bill to reduce postage to one cent on letters has been reported adV ersely by the committee on postoffices. The objection against it was that the postoffice department was not selfsupporting, and that the passage of this bill would necessitate an appropriation....

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. — 8 February 1888

c\ 7 ***, ^ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY., FEBRUARY 8, : : : 1J5SS *' Terms oy The Xf?"s and IIeralz>.? k Tri-weekly edition, three dollars per ank . num, in advance. Weekly edition, one dollar and fifty eent3 per annum, in advance. Rate? vo& Advertising.?One dollar P'-r minion) for the first insery t - i;, :iiui iiity cents per inch for 6ac-h subs \iu-iiz i;:.ser*.?:ii. These rates apply to ' * a !Vi-niVv.;;f5?:s < ?'every character, and are > > b:e sTij-.-tly in advance. Obituaries [ ' u: respect are charged for as k , adve AEarriage notices, and PK, - r-pi:-::::!...;.i.ec::ients of deaths, are pubi: .i-. i free, u:i'j are solicited. Liberal terms : consrae? advertisements. , ' 7 OCR AGENTS. Jxo. A. Desi'Oiites, Ridge way, S. C. Jas. E. Craig, Blackstock, S. C. ^ . Samuel Clownet, Woodward, S. C. W. W. Crosby, Crosbyville, 8. C. ^ V*. J. Joiixsox, Blythewood, S. C. F. C, Lvpo, Monticello, S. C. |1| i y H. il. Zealt, Dawkins, S. C. T. G. Patrick, White Oak, S. C. A...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 8 February 1888

. ? :V ' INTERESTING TO FARMERS. P IMPORTANT MEETINGS IX AID Of j ? AGRICU LTCKE. ? 1 "" The Seif Board of Agriculture?The State ! t) Grange and the State Agricultural tjocie- j tj ty?The State University. - j a The Board of Agriculture, as reorgan- j v ized under 'she recent Act pi the Legis- j latuie, met in Agricultural Hall, Colum- j v bia, on Tuesday the 31st ult. General | ( Johnson Hagood was elected chairman, ; and Ms.jor L. A. Ransom secretary. The law in relation to the Board and its 1 duties was read,' and was discussed at some length* After a discussion of the work of the \ Department and the methods for carrying : it into execution the following standing ' committees were appointed: On Finance?D. P. Duncan, II. L. Buck, ' John Lawton. ' Agricultural and Industrial Improve- . ment, Immigration, Publications and Siu tistics?R. A. Love, B. F. Crayton, I). P. ' Duncan. Laboratory and Inspection of F< rtili/.ers ?W. A, Ancrum, H. L. Buck, J. Stoney Porcher. Farmers' Insti...

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. — 15 February 1888

; ' Ay'Jj i ^^SSSSSSSSSSSSSSBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS^SSSS^SSS^ "" ? ? ?????? I ? . . . VOL. XLIV. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1888. NO. 29. ?aa?a?a ? !! n inn j Miyaaa?oca Dorcas Caledon, TIE HEIRESS OF CALEDON HEIGHTS. _A_2<r ^.rrx-OBXOG-i^vs^Hcrsr. L BT ?IOKE>'CE E. DIAMOND. V CHAPTER YUL 9 To add to my discomfort at noon a drizm zling rain began to fall, and soon the wind blew fiercely. So severe, indeed, became the storm I was forced to seek shelter in a wood where I remained the afternoon and night, wet, shivering and nearly perishing ? ?- --u ~i v, rr*v> Willi CUiU iiiiU UUU^Ci. Xiaw however, in the night, and the sun rose bright and clear in the moniing? I dragged ^ myself out of the thicket where I had Jain, ar.d by great difficulty gained the high road, but I found I could no longer continue my journey. My limbs ached, as did my head, while one moment I was chilled to the bone, the next burning with fever. Lights danced before my eyes, and I grew so faint...

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. — 15 February 1888

THE NEWS AND HERALD. ! t lrrvvei?r\T>n s { >. P. Jf. BKIVE, ) > ?kopxieto:s. J. Q. DA VIS, i P. M. BRICE, : : : : Editor UEDXaiUT, FEBRUARY 15, : : : 1SS8. j Col. Chas. E. K. Drayton*, editor | and proprietor of the \iken Recorder, died on the 7th inst of pneumonia. He had been sick eleven day?. are several politicians in Sonth Carolina who oppose Grover Cleveland. As Grover is to be the next President, hadn't they better haul off? Gkeenville is stirring herself to have a gala week in the summer, and wants the press association and the military encampment to hold their meetings there. White, the unnaturalized conlestee for a seat in Congress, has been declared eligible and his right to the seat confirmed. Fortv Democrats voted > with the Republicans. The Xew York Herald thinks "it is more than probable that Do Lesseps' Panama ditch if it is ever finished will . not be big enough to hold all the poor fellows who have died while digging it." The Charleston World wa> est...

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. — 15 February 1888

* 1 ?=? II II li "local intelligence. \ ' WED.VE?AT, FEBRUARY 15, : : : ISSSf. Terms ok The Xk-.vs and Herald.? tTri-weeklj edition, three dollars per annum, in a lvance. Weekly edition, one dollarand fcfty cents per annum, in advance. II i"";; ,u; \ tiiusDb.?vyut uu.iui ?s.-r inch minion) for the first insert:;>n, arm fifty cents per inch for each subsc ;ucnt insertion. These rates apply to advertisements of every character, and are & b!e stih tiy in advance. Obituaries l ibtti > ef*re?pect are charged for as advc^.nu-i.is. Marriage notices, and :!]>".(' a:i:.ou:.cements of deaths, are published frix, ami are solicited. Liberal terms f.> : cor.tract advertisements. OCR AGENTS. Jno. A. Desportes, Ridge way, S. C. Jas. E. Craig, Blackstock, S. C. I Samuel Closet, Woodward, S. C. j W. W. Crosby, Crosbyville, S. C. rW. J. Jonssox, Blythewood, S. C. J F. C, Ltrro, Monticelio, S. C. H. 31. Zealt, Dawkixxs, S. C. v T. G. Patrick, White Oak, S. C. - 1 .'.(ivcnufdiedt*. 5,00...

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. — 15 February 1888

Wr MAKRY1XG FOR MOXEY. c< MABION HAELAND OX 3IATBLMOXI AL & FORTUNE HUXTJEKS. V Girls Who Have "Married "Well"?The c Folly of Marrying Upon Aothing?Husbands on Allowances from Wives?'Tin- ^ Sin of Marrying for a Fortnne. S Some things which are done by reputa- j. ble people are acknowledged by nobody, ? When Thackeray, with his character- f istic violation of conventional expedien- cy, made Henry Esmond say, with naive i seriousness, of Lady Castleton, "She I had been listening at the door," a howl j of reprobation arose from critics of both sexes, professional and amateur. He ] had lowered the object of his adoration below the average of a common chambermaid?or so it was declared. When ' Mrs. Candor avers unblushingly, "My . eye caught a sentence in the open letter that aroused my curiosity, and I read the whole of it," her bosom friend, although delectated by the scandal revealed by the act, must look shockcd ?.:id L..urmur deprecatingly, or suffer in Vior AKtimation. When ...

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. — 22 February 1888

YOL.XLIY. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1888. y?- 30? \ "tj ~ " ~ ~~ ~ -- - : : : f nv v<vi>iv/: I HftVHK THK FARMERS. .Dorcas Caledon, THE HEIRESS OF CALEDOE HEIGHTS. AX AUTOBIOGRAPHY. *? ? "T r?T-"P"Vr"R K. DIAMOND. f CHAPTER X. W "VThat happened next I do not know, but when I regained consciousness I was lying on the pavement and the keen winter wind fanned my temples. I was alive, yet some one held my head. I turned to see who it was and uttered a cry of surprise. It was Oliver Dudley! I could not see plainly in the glare of the burning building. I sat up at once. "Mr. Dudley !'* I cried, but could , say no more, so overcome was X by the terrible scene through which I had passed. "You are better now, Dorcas," he said, his tones calm as though wo had met but yesterday. "I must look after Miss Armund, for I fear she is hurt. We should never have escaped but for her," he added, as ho rose to his feet and assisted me up. "But for Miss Armund?" I said, breathlessly....

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. — 22 February 1888

^. r i O V THE NEWS AN I) HERALD. J WIXNSBOiiO, S. C. P. X. BRICE, ) > ri:0?;:iET0J:s. jr. o. DJ VIS, I P. M. BlilCE, : : : : Editor "wednesday, february 22, : : : isss. Tnt: effort of a Chicago man to bay the old Libby prison in Richmond for exhibition purposes tails forth the indignant protest of the whole South. Theke is some talk among Republicans of running Gen. Sheridan for President. He wili run on his military record alone, for he has no other. The Panama Canal, if it ever reaches completion, wiil save 10,000 miles in distance between Europe and the Pacific ports. Its length is to be forty-six miles. Tlie original estimated cost is over $132,500,000, but enough has been done to show that the estimate is too low. The river and harbor committee has recommended $350,000 appropriation for Charleston harbor. If all the har* - oil t.irt lilfla OOl'S 111 U1U UUU1U1 > iiuu till ...... creeks get proportionate appropriations and the Blair bill goes through the question of a lar...

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