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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 22 February 1888

/ ^ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. TVEDXESBAY, FEBRUARY 22, : : : 1SS8. .I'l.IiMS OF THE >?\VS AND llEHALD.? rTri-wwkiy edition, three dollars ptr annum, in advance. 'Weekly edition, one dollar and fifty cents per annum, in advance. Kates kox Advertising.?One do'.iar P< r inch minion) for the first irisert'oi:. and fiity cents per inch for each subs'* ;v.?nl insertion. These rates applv to ad* <Mt;se:iK*ni> of t'very character, and are Jf !> >-i>:e stri-t'.y in advance. Obituaries n. *:il t;iL"it > ef "respect are charged for a& adverti.vm^nts. .Marriage notices, and ' si mpia ahnoui.eements of deaths, are published free, and are solicited. Liberal terms 1contract advertisements. r OUR AGENTS. J no. A. Despoxtes, Ridge way, S. 0. i ' Jas. E. Ckaig, Biackstock, S. C. Samuel, Clowney, Woodward, S. C. W. >V. Ckossy, Urosuyvme, s. o. [ W. .1. Johnson, BIy the wood, S. C. I F. 0, Lui'o, Montieelio, S. C. ilp II. 31. Zealy, Dawkins, S. C. j||. T. C- Patrick, White Oak,...

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. — 22 February 1888

& % TIMELY TOPICS FUR FARMERS. th es et HOW TO DO P.ai.VG WORK AT THIS e SEASON. " a g *=? Suggestions of Interest, from an Autliori- j ^ tative Sourc. j ^ (vv. jl>. Jones in soutaern '-.muvaiur ; g7 This is the beginning of the busy work of preparing for the nest crop, Th^ tl farm now demands all the eneigies of ~ the farmer who would lay a broad foun- ' dation for a successful year's work. It ei is impossible to foresee what will be the v character of the seasons in the future. r( "We know that it will be either "wet" or "dry," or "seasonable." It is well to s: provide against either extreme as far as ? practicable. Only ordinary skill and judgment on the part of the farmer are s required to make a reasonably fair crop v in a fairly seasonable year. But it does r require a high degree of skill, and a c judgment that is based on experience t and study to discount, in advance, the * drawbacks and casualties that are possi- c bilities and probabilities of the future. c It is o...

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. — 29 February 1888

0 . " "* J?|8 -? ^ l>f1 - VOL. XLIY. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1888. NO. 31. " ^ V L L II II MM, I mmm ? irnwn Dorcas Caledon, He Em of Caledcn Ksigais. AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. BY FLORENCE E DIAMOND. CHAPTER XIL " ft I Tviir not "weary the reader with minute details of my establishment at Caledon 0F ~ - Heights, suffice it that in less than three months after Miss Armund's death I found myself installed as mistress there, though I could hardly make myself believe it, and it was long before I could make myself at home in the grand old house whose rooms I had once stolen through like a thief. I then turned my attention to the Barretts and Claytons. They had at first attempted to dispute my claim, but unable to do so they had vacated the Heights, refusing, how. ever, to speak or recognize me in any wayall except Bertie Clayton, who came to visit me and seemed really pleased at my rein station. He begged me earnestly, however, to go and see if anything could be done for j I...

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. — 29 February 1888

RE' | ' ' r am?i iiiBiinrin i i ? n i u/ . ... m mu mam THT? \l!WSs' A\]) HERALD. 'fi lliU l\il I! C , ^ . _ , Si WINXSDOIIO, 5. <J. t< P. X JiiUCE, . ? > rSOPKIETOKS. jr. q. dj. rxs, J sP. M. 15KICE, : : : : Editor. f 1 b WEDNESDAY, FEBRUAUY 29, : : : 1SSS. : C' . r " ~ j b Tiik National Democratic Conveu- v tlon will l>e hehl in St. Louis June 5. v r> This wili irive four mouths lor a cam- . c paign, and surely this'is enough. : Mu. J. H. Stewart has a cornrnu- jy nication in this issue on the mode of | j applying fertilizers. This is an im- 1 li portant subject, and its discussion : would result in much good to farmers.; a Our columns arc open for this discus- fi sion. ! i; IV. IV. Corcoran. | 0 Mr. W. W. Corcoran died in Wash- 1 ington city on Friday, 24th Inst. j The dispatch announcing* the sad 11 intelligence states that he passed away \ ' quietly and unconsciously, and the ! <j -e t <1 101'CCS Oi liitf iitUCU uriiuuaiii j until his heart which bad always...

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. — 29 February 1888

t 7 LOCAL'INTELLIGENCE. "wednesday, february 29, : : : is Terms of TheNews axd ILerali rTri-weekly edition, three dollars "per num., in advance. Weekly edition, < dollar and fifty cents per "annum, in ran co. Kates kor Advertising.?One do] per inch (solid minion) for the first in< t'.\?;:, and fifty cents per inch for each si j>r ;uc;it insertion. These rates apply advertisements of every character, and; 5 t.- o.c stncliv in advance. Obituax \ :!>u; -s of'respect are charged for vtvtsrtlsririM^s. Marriage notices, a :>r a>:iiua:.cements of deaths, are p: i.shfd free, u::d are solicited. Liberal ter. fv>r contract advertisements. *-\-TTT> A r-VVTC WJW' ' Jxo. A. Desportes, Ridge way, S. C. Jas. E. Craig, iilackstock, S. C. Samuel Clowney, Woodward, S. C. W. W. Crosby, Crosbyville, S. C. . W. J. Jonssos, Blythewood, S. C. ft F. C, Lpvo, Monticello, S. C. H H. M. Zealy, Dawkins, S. C. 'v T. G. Patrick, White Oak, S. C. Bear this in Mind.?Onr subscri ers who fail...

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. — 29 February 1888

m . Wrz:-: * ^ =r ~ i'UE * FIKsT AAD LAST U>\E. , Death or Mrs. ?. E. Shelton, to Whom the- V 1 Poet was .Engaged at the Time or Ills l)ea:li. (From the Eiehmond Whig.) One more of the few ties that prom!- ^ nently connect the name of Edgar Allen \y Poe to earth has been broken. elll Of those who figured in the life of that Tv->f-t wfinm tt>A Vrfnoh to this dav con- t?. sider the greatest of American literateur.*. ^ Mrs. Sarah E. Sbelton, who died in this t<a, city recently, was the only one who couLi ?~ speak authoritatively upon the history of , the last few months of his life spent in the mf city of Richmond. Although, so intimate cj, was her conr-cction with him, his life and m'. nmost thoughts at that time must have w! been as an open book to her, when de.;th had once put an irrevocable seal upon his ao 7;n$. her own closed, too, upon those pojr^s ^7 f >f his existence; and but seldom were her ^ icttrcnces to tie dark-eyed, passionsit- ^ man who. in vouthful days...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 7 March 1888

* :* I 5=====ss==_===^^ 0 . ' ^ ' VOL.XLIV. WINNSBORO, S. ., WEDNESDAY, MARCH'7, 1888. NO, 32. TALMAGE OX HEREDITY. ' ' WHAT ABE YOU DOING FOR YOUK FIFTY THOUSAND DESCENDANTS? L EveryMother's Influence Likely to Extend r* for Ages?How to Make Cliildren XJariC and How They May bo Made Truthful, ^ Benevolent and Good. In the eighth of his sermons to the women of America, which was delivered at the Brooklyn Tabernacle Sunday tn/vrmr.er fVifi "Rav_ Dr. Talmace Dreached on "Prolonged Influence of Mothers." J . He said: r * ) "Everybody talks about the dissipations of modern society and how womanly health goes down under it, but it was worse a hundred years ago, for the chaplain of a French regiment in our Kevof ' lutionary War wrote in 1782, in his book of American women, saying: 'They are tall and well proportioned, their features are generally regular, their complexions are generally fair and without color. At ^ twenty years of age the women have no nf Trrvr]fVl \ t.Hi rf. V iUU^UX iiv...

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. — 7 March 1888

mm mm ?a????a??? aaasimmim THE NEWS AND HEEALD. j ?? : j tfai WDSNSBOEO, S. C. j to ? : tio ? -M- ?or/>p \ | j.] JC JK. X>AVAV f . S- PilOPJUETOKS. J J. Q. DAVIS, > cli T. 31. BKICE, : : : : Editor, j WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7,J : : : 2SS8. j ^ The Republicans have already e:i- j Pa tered several contestants in the Presi- ; dential race and have a stable fall of j do ** dark hordes who will trot out at an j vo opportune time. ; ^ <?? ? j ar The birth-place of Gen. Sheridan is ] m. just now worrying those who want : jn to run hiin f?>r President. Some say j pj * he was born in Ireland, which would j ?> v make him ineligible. His mother says I js; he was born in Ohio 2nd he himself j w says that he was t>orn in New York. ! ca ? * ' i ! This litue maiier uau ucu?;i ut wiu . se aside as he doesn't stand a ghost of a j ^ chance any way. i j,a ^ i j,? A lot of new machinery, consisting of a moider, lathe and plummy has j ^ been received by the department of j mechanics of th...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 7 March 1888

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. "vTJECNESBAT, 3IAHCH 7, : : : 1SSS. Xow A.dv?r:iiW3ie&tk. ^ The Boston Stars. Cotton Seed ?W. G. Jo rdan. Kaffir Corn?'W. T. McCrorey. Read This?W- R. Doty & Co. Notice?John Boyd, S. C. F. C. - Laud Sale?William J. Johnston, ^ Attorney. Strayed or Stolen ?A. ;L. Moody, Camden, S. C. Notice for Final Discharge?R. W. Featherston, Executor. y L -ca5 Crier*. ?Remember the Boston Stars. * ?A telegraph office has been established at Rockton. t ?J. C. Caldwell & Co., the new p* real estate fcrokerage firm, have made a grauijjug wj,iuui4.g. m ?A rare treat for oar citizens is in r store for Thursday night at Boag's Opera House. * ?Salesday was quiet. Xo land sales by the Sheriff. Some stock disposed of for private parties. ^ ?All the money paid in to the r Savings and Loan Association has been loaned on good security. -3t is said thai not as many liens have been recorded up to the present r time as at the same time last year. ?The south-bound train on Monday ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 7 March 1888

Blft I1IIM..I, t inn1: ii . i, ! ?n II III am in III Conceit. There is nothing more amusing tc people who know, than the pretension and conceit of those who only think ' they know. A long time ago. when j there were some slaves even in New En j gland, one of the celebrities of E:is? j "Windsor, Conn., was "Doctor Primus." i a large, fine-looking negro. He had ' been the slave of a distinguished physi- ; cian. Dr. Wolcott, who resided m | Windsor, on the west side of the Con- [ necticut River. Primus was employed by his master to prepare medicines and to attend him in his visits from house to house- He proved himself to be so able and so faithful that the doctor, in gratitude for his services, gave him his freedom. The negro's attendance on his master and his experience in mixing drugs had given him a little medical knowledge, which he determined to turn to his own account As soon as he became a free man, he moved over to the other side of the river, and, announcing himself as "Docto...

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. — 14 March 1888

r VOL. XLIY. , ' WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1888. NO. 33. I * * ' WAR TALE IN CONGRESS. i M TBYING TO REVIVE ISSUES THAT r OUGHT TO 1SE BUKIEIX A Forensic Conflict; Bet-ween Senators . Ingalls and Blackb orn?The Kentnckian k Gets the Better of the Tilt. ^ On Tuesday the 6th inst. the United States Senate had tinder consideration ^ the dependent pension bill. After brief speeches by Senators Berry, Manderson, Sherman, Teller and Beck, Senator Ingalls, the presiding officer, having called Senator JPlatt to tiie unarr, pro- [ oeeded to address the Senate, the gallek ries being crowded to their full capacity. He said that considerations of decorum and propriety (perhaps excessive and overstrained) had deterred him. from participation thus far in the debates of the Senate. He had, therefore, been surprised, one day last week, on return? ingto the chamber, after a brief absence, to learn that the Senator from Missouri (Vest) had referred to him in terms not complimentary in a ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 14 March 1888

BBS?'*. - - > > ' THE NEWS AM) HERALD. WTN'NSSOKO, S. C. t< F. Jf. BRICK, ) j- PftOPRIETOKS. e y. LtJLrjLZ, I v P. X. KRICE, : : : : Editor. S: WEDSES8AT, MARCH 14, : : 1S8S. ; a The Rational Convention meets on j jj Jane 5, which will necessitate the ! 9 holding of the State Convention some ; . time in May to elect delegates. This j u time would be rather eariy to nomi- ; ^ nate State officers, so it is probable i ^ Hot ivrn rftnVMifions will have to be ? V ' j iI held. k mm* 11 .1 , The waj s. and means commitice s have reported a bill taking off the *n taxes on maim fact tired tobacco aud j tl cigars. If the bill passes two million p dollars will be taken off tobacco and c five million dollars more by other changes, such as the change in the tax on distillation from fru't, which here after will be free. TnosE Territories which have been j( i ?>rr thfi door of the Union for I j; so long a time will have to wait at 5 least until after the Presidential elec- a tion, for ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 14 March 1888

* : L0C1L INTELLIGENCE. nrrnvJSBiT. MABCH14. : : : 18SS. Teijjisok The News and Hskald.? . Tri-weekly edition, three dollars per anJr num., in advance. Weekly edition, one f dollar and fifty cents per "annum, in advance. ii.vfES j?-or. Advertising.?One dollar per inch (s;.=iid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each sub?. sequent insertion. These rates applv to / vlveftiscments of every character, and aiv ^ p y b'j< strictly in advance. Obituaries r ? <? t-ibut of"respect are charged for as a i72rtis?i;eE*s. J&irriage notices, and sin:j,!r .:::::.)ui.ceEients of deaths, are publish ! ire?, and are solicited. Liberal terms fir co'iiiact advertisements. * ^ . *,\r \tl 10,000 Cigars?F. TV. Habeuichf. r I Am Receiving Daily?Mrs. J. D. McCarlev. Golden Dc:it Corn?McMaster, Brice |~ & net chin. " T 'T fnmminff?. An xx? vuuiu*A4.^vj L Intendant. m Money to Lend?W. G. JordaD, 7 Secretary and Treasurer. Laud for Sale?J. C. Caldwell & I Co., Real E...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 14 March 1888

SXjjjMr J THE REPUBLICANS MOVKG. MEETING OF THEIR LEADIXG LIGHTS IX COLUMBIA. A State Convention Called?Plans for Gathering the Faithfal into the Fold?Brayton'* Brilliant Scheme. (From the Columbia Daily Becord, March G.) A meeting was held this afternoon that a few years ago would have fraught with great interest to the people of South Carolina. . It was no less or no more a thing than the meeting of the State Executive Committee of the Republican Party of South Carolina. The morning trains brought in a number of somewhat mysterious, but familiar locking personage whose coming was unexpected to the common, everyday, ordinary, casual man. about town. A "Rrr.n-RT> rer^orter soon scented music in the air, and casting about for the organ and its performers discovered them in the office in of Mr. E M. Bray ton, in the Central Bank st building, -jamais clausis and not even a key hole to crawl through or a loquacious ser- a geant-at-arms to "pump." m ' By dint of asiduous inquiring and...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 21 March 1888

ilie fairfielft anD HcralD. 1 YOL.XLIY. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1888. NO, 34. ^ j THE LAND OF ICE. HAEDY RESIDENTS OF ICELAND TALK OF SEATING. A Movement on Foot to Remove the Entire Population of 75,000 People to Manitoba?The Land and People. (From the Philadelphia Call) In the western part oi -femoina county, D. T., but a few miles from the Canadian boundary, lie three townships settled entirely by Icelanders, most of whom lived a short time in Manitoba before crossing into the United States. Near Sioux Falls, in the same territory, are a few Icelanders; there is another aa++1aTY>zyr>f in Tftirtt art/I crfrill ftri ir> Wisconsin, while in Manitoba the flourishing settlements of Gmili, Thingvaila and New Iceland contain several thousand of the same people. All these settlements, in both countries, have much xi ,-n? e?>ofn Tvovn- I l^UU JLaowijj OUVfcJXJ.CLOIM.UVW ViAV J^w>l I. fal fact that for the third time in its history Iceland is threatened -with ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 21 March 1888

?." ?' Y ' ' >" -** ,' y | THE NEWS AND HEKALD. WINNSBORO, S. C. r. jr. bkive, ) } pkopkietoks. j. q. dulyisf i n.1?< "=? t. M. 3EICE, : : : : Editor. : YFEKNESDAT, MAKCH SI, : : 1SSS. Jui>ge Norton's decision that town- ( ships have no right to vote bonds in aid of railroads will doubtless be carSnn?f>m*> Crsnrf. and if the i litu IV IUV VM|/i V*A*v w?. .J J decision is sustained it will result I badly for rnauy railroads in the State which have been built by such sub-' scriplions. \ The prohibition election in Greeuville county this week resulted in a victory for the anti-prohitionists. The country precincts almost without exception gave prohibition majorities, but being Mnail, they could not overcome the verv large majority of the j "anlis>" in the city. Honors are even on these last elections?Abbeville dry anil Greenville wet. Henry Bergh, the founder oOsocig*-ties for the prevention of crseity to animals, died in Ne^'York" on Monday. His snc??gs has been stead...

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. — 21 March 1888

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. wednesday, 3iabch 21, : 1. : 15s3. _ - terms of the xews axd hesald.? Tri-weekly edition, thre^ dollarsjw an-. num, in advance. >v eeKiy eaixion, one | dollar and fiftv cents per annum, in ad-1 Tance. ' " ? Rates fok Advebtisesg.?One dollar per inch (su!id minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each subs? iuent insertion. These rates apply-to x '1 vcitisemcnrs of every character, ana are p ?yubk strictly in advance. Obituaries n ri. ibul ii? of respect are charged for as a-.IvxtrtiseuittJits. Marriage notices, and ? s;ionle annourvcements of deaths, are publi -lu-i are solicited. Liberal terms i _ **r lOl' ??u?C/i _ j Xe-.v AdveTtiMxaenn. Q. D. Wllliford & Co. Nominations for Sheriff. Boggy Paint?W. E. Aiken.. Wagner, Jr.?Moses Clowney. Nomination for Clerk of Court. Why is the Davis the Best??J. O. > Boag. Mqaicipal Election?I. N. Withers, ' v ' Clerk. \ _ * Xot Too Late?McMaster, iirice & I Ketcbia. Gov. B. F. Perry?McMaster...

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. — 21 March 1888

r ?:;v; ^ - *. ^ - . THE LEGEND OF ST. PATRICK. Th? Day When Every True Son of Ireland j PiSV?t? 1*1 PaAAlloi??lAn.MrillM?A *.? ?u ucvvucvmvub vi xxiifciu auu aauarur j Saturday was St. Pairick's day ? a a day dear to the heart of every patriotic Irishman, and one which he singles out from every other day in the year. No matter in what portion of the world he may be, the true son of the Emerald Isle will honor St. Patrick's Day. While it reminds him of the dark cloud which has so long hovered over his native land, it also brings many pleasant recollections, and recollectiAr>c rvf o AT>oiH?Mor oc tr\ rrvoVo V?ic heart leap with emotion as they well up in the storehouse of memory. He goes back in imagination to the days of his childhood innocence when with glowing life and spirits he climbed the mountain sides or bathed in the broad streams and lakes whose rippling waters purl along the grassy banks. Blessed with robust health and too young to understand the unfortunate conditio...

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 March 1888

* VOL. XLIY. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1888. - NO, 35. " gj 1 | A Mystery of the Sea and the Romance rl 1 * of a Wreck. V ' _____ ' "r ST USEES NEVILLE. ! [Copyright, iS87, by Tlie A. X. Kellogg Newspaper Company.] ^ a morning 1/u Arthur JSeckweth, Hp-who had been trav TtlHi eling for several 'ftU^ years, found himjl 'self, in company with his fellow passen" gers, eagerly watching the approaching chores of his native land from the deck 'of a South American steamer. In due trrriAt.lie sta-imer reached her dock, and a day or two later Beckweth was with p. his aunt at Rockberg, on. the New England coast ; Although the first summer residence of Rockherg had been erected for nearly thirty years, but a dozen establishwonts nf s. similar kind hn.d ever fol lowed it This was chiefly owing to the fact that Rockberg was situated somewhat off the beaten line of travel, and but few persons had as yet discovered its attractiveness. To persons of quiet tastes and habits, such as were...

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. — 28 March 1888

FHE NEWS AND HEKALD. jthotownand - - - - ' TK, (WKXSBORO, S. U. jiuanw. ? ?. - the benefit j*. 3Z. Bines, } 'firm spoken xr I'KOPKIETOltS. ! 1 jr. o. davis, i meets With P. M. BKICE, : : : = Editor ; h(J fet k be k WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, : : 1SSS. ! a,1(1 f - - :r_ ?. j tial citizen tc We do not refer to anybody in par- ^nieeung 01 s ticular, but we would like to know AJCI> HeuaLj how many of these fellows who get bringing it off" on the the "insanity" dodge are j county. * sent to the asylum for safe-keeping. Some Bei Tut: Blair bill is dead. The House j Some pati committee is almost unanimous against : citizens are it. One ot" the members of the com- ; amount of i mittee facetiously remarked that the j and county, bill was being carefully considered by j ?rst place, sections, and that with good luck they ; the best and hoped to finish it by the close of the the world, session, but there wa< no assurance that any la even of that. It therefore seems that would bring the committe...

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