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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 28 March 1888

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. j j icg is WEDNESDAY, 3IAKCH ZS, : : : 18S8. j posto . i:w A<lv?r:;??XCQU. j 26, 1? Easter Dyes --W. E. Aiken. j Jas Nomination for Clerk of Court. J s. Gr The First Gun?D. Lauderdale. ; Johns Notice to Teachers?John Boyd. ! Alxr. Fresh Arrivals?F. W. Ilabenicht. j Timb Headquarters?Mrs. J. D. McCar- j Per ley. j letter Millinery Department ? McMaster, | vertis Brice & Ketchiu. :..??? j "\y? ?There is one lone prisoner in jail. [ js ?Let somebody start the ball to {? secure immigrants to Fairfield. 29 t0 ?The peach crop will be a failure i??so far as this place is concerned. ; ?The Gordon Light Infantry will j drill even* nijrht this week for their . j^aj inspection. j i$8; ?An extra convocation of Chapter j j]j<, ;No. 2, 11. A. M., will be lield Thurs-1 Lov day evening. j Rai ?Mrs. J. D. McCarley and Messrs. j J. M. Beatv and T. H. Ketchin have j returned from the Northern markets, j Cu] ^ -firinci- slmfl nf the 1 ?QUlliU Vt Hiv iiuvwi. v..?.v. season ...

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 March 1888

THE EMPEROR'S ADDRESS.1 ???" j vrccii CERMANY'S REICHSTAG HEARS THE wj, PATRiOTIC MESSAGE. Axdersox, S. siorm, amount:'] Bismarck'* Pathetic Words?He Says All Xa- visited OUT COU ^ o . r o'clock, doing ^rca-at ^rrow 10 the Grave ?r the proi^rtv in souk Dead Monarch. _ of this "city Mat Berlin, March 19.?The Reichstag was blown down, 1 packed with people today when the Era- hou.se lost oue peror's message was read to the national eru* outnouses 1 body. The message said: "We, Frederick, UJ. -oss of ^;e. by the grace of God Emperor of Germany, wiag ol tne L m King of Prussia, etc., proclaim that, with was unrooied. the demise of our beloved father under aiAl^'0^' y God's inscrutable will, the imperial dignity, Murphey s dair with the Prussian crown, has devolved storm and all upon us and we have taken upon ourselves Heavy ceaar fei the rights and duties bound up therewith. ^ Hie gjouca h We are resolved to keep inviolable and "ir(: ai; -ast m, firmly uphold the imperial constitution &l...

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. — 4 April 1888

g? . ? ~ p YOL. XLIV. . WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1888. NO. 36. , m r ' * A Mystery of the Sea and the Romance * of a Wreck. ; . CHAPTER HL "Sff ALONE AMONG 5IANT. . ' When Miss Denharn had finished her ft account of the shipwreck, Beckweth, with all traces of his lighter mood gone, expressed a deep interest in Hattie Harper's history. He said that, al-i i though he had known her for bat a single summer, she had always been associated in his mind with the recollec^ ,tions of his boyhood; for during that W time she had been his constant and - ?? ?t ^ - r\ viii. - :i 4 oniy piaymaie. \jixh xuue iuuiueixu , now came to him as clearly as if he' had heard the statement made "but yesterday. He remembered the vehemence rwith which little Hattie used to declare on all possible occasions that Mrs. Harper was not her "own mamma.". 'Where is she now, Miss Denhara?" he concluded. "I can not tell," she replied, after a mnmpnt's hesitation: arid, had her face ^ not been-in the shadows...

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. — 4 April 1888

wan?gaagwwT^f~ ^rrVrifwr wa?aaaiff rm una fiiE NEWS AK1) HEKALD. WLNNSBORO, S. C. 2\ M. JWICE, ) > Pkopkistoks. J. o. DA VIS, I f ~ - - r=r= ? 3\ sr. 25RI<;e, :' : : : Editor "wejdxissday, april 1, : : : 1s8s. FiiOii the communication in this issne it is seen that Governors and other officials in several Southern States will attend the meeting in the interest of immigration to be held ut Hot Spring?, N. C., soon. Are our State officials to be present? li* not let the people take the matter in hand anil send representatives. A Mljhty Warrior. Senator Ingalls is still on the warpath. In a letter to a friend in Boston he expresses great indignation that in the Corcoran Art Galleary in Wash ington the pictures of Confederate General are greater in number and have more prominent positions than those of Union Generals. lie says that the Confederacy, as a political factor, is as strong and aggressive to-day as it ever was, and that it will attempt to reconstruct the history of this c...

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. — 4 April 1888

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ' Svkwo* r meeting- of ti Tri-nvnniv JPPTT l . . i?S* . ?. , ^ ?. -y- '' ~r? the sixtn Jttec Now AdvortiMiuentii. Association 7, ; Doors?P. P. Toale. at 11 o'clock < Pare gold?Connor & Chandler. A full attends Sale and Feed Stables?A. Williford. tion for office Law Partnership?W. A. Sanders. ana other imp Out of the Sno;v?J. M. Bcaty & attended to. Bro. -HUP or" * Nomination for School Corneals- sick Headache ] tlon it has no eqi sioner. . mCm. Notice to Tcachers?John Boyd'* ? ^ C F C PERS02ML.VahVo nf Dissolntion?R. J. Mc- ^ Of this COll! Carley, D. J. Macaulay. Washington. Lands for Sale-J. C. Caldwell & received an aj Co.', Heal Estate Brokers. department. L cr.i ar:crs. ** ?The time for shooting partridges -Abbeville con and other game expired last Saturday. Aiken ps ?Mr. W. L. Tinamons, of States- Thursday on 1 I ville, X. C., was in town Saturday on -dryland Lni business. Dr. vv. r. } ?There is come talk of nominating passed a the solictor in...

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

A MILLIONAIRE'S START. flf ?'V I SENATOR STAXFOKI> SENT WEST BY A CHICAGO MAK. From a Briefless La\rver in a "Wisconsin i Village to a California Xal>ob. Port Washington, Wis., March 29.? j Forty years ago Senator Leland Stan - ford, tiie California millionaire, here laid the foundation of his fortune of $70,000,000; here it was that Mr. and j Mrs. Stanford spent their honeymoon ! and the first three years of their married i life, and here they suffered more and greater hardships than they experienced*; before or since. It was here, too, that! Leland Stanford received the blow! which sent him away in chagrin and! disgust to build for himself and his young j wife a new home in the West?the blow I that was the direct means of changing ' ??- his position in life from that of a strug- \ dine country lawyer to the dfce he now | holds. * | Mr. Stanford came to Port Washington intending to make it his permanent home. In the forties the village was a lustv rival of Chicago and Milwauk...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 25 April 1888

XLIY. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1888 NO. 39. y " 1 " ! < l'miii uMJHBw,ii"?ftiPSnjtwi:liil|i ,;un rrn am mi nim , mn iaia.rii r?iii'ii*wi3aneBMM?in.,ii^iiii iiiih ! in HiT'ifi 11 r Til ? - r an?ggaeii"" w?iinmmttrr 11 in i ! i imiii ? ! ! i im ..,.n,nni iiii " I ?BA?r T\ Itvtr <n/?DVTD _ J* P? THE ^'ORTH TRIES TO SHIRK V THE BURDEN OF ITS SINS. 'Plain Statement of the Facts, as Derived from Public Records and Judicial Decisions. m- ? T7-3.T1.VN-. "V"^\-rrro o-n/3 r^.AriTIAT P" J.U U-LO .LAUlVJL U1 UUC c n d uuu WW >U... . K I was glad to see your editorial on March 9 last on the Emancipation Proc!am aW tion. It is surprising how much ignoi ranee exists upon the subject of emanciv pation in some of the usually best int formed circles. I desire to call your atten~ tion to two instances of this in that usually accurate journal, the Nation. In a recent number there appeared the retiflw nf a. letter written from Washington rto a paper in Frankfort: "The condition of...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 25 April 1888

|| THE NEWS AND HEiiALD. ] uT\T\*sr?0R0. s. c. i\ M. JtltlC'E, ) i.r::OPKlETOia. J. Q. DA VIS, ) P. M. BKICE, Editor ' Wednesday, Aprii 25, : : : 1888. j ? ^ _ ! And now comes the rumor that Mr. \ Bayard, Mr. Cleveland.* Secretary of ! State, is to marry Mrs. Folsom, and j thus become step-fatber-in-lavr of the j President. The IieDublicau corpse of this State is making some feeble kicks in some counties, bat it is too dead in this county to show even the feeble:t sign of returning life. Notwithstanding a pretty bad split in the Democratic part of Louisiana, the whole regular Democratic ticket has been electc-d by a decisive majority of 65,000 votes. The German Emperor's condition continues to grow more unfavorable, and his days are doubtless numbered. Should he pass away in the near future, Germany will have had what few countries ever experienced, three soverigns in less than a year. ' ? ' w Congress has been in session a little more than one hundred days. The tariff bill, general...

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 April 1888

jgpv^ / g? TnTTTTTi B?BBBMBa? ?? LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday. April 25, : : : 1888* Terms of The Xinvs asd Herald.? Tri-weekly edition, three dollars *per cn> nurn, in advance. Weekly edition, one dollar and fifty cents vcr 'annum, in advance. Hates for Advertising.?One dollar j> -r h?ch (.-. 'iu! minion) for the first insertion. ana fifty cents per inch for each subs' iiu-i.t jnserijon. These rates apply to advertisements v>l every character, and art | ]>,v. b'.e str;:ily in advance. Obituaries! a -:d t.iimi.-s ef"respect are charged for as .3 a'I\v:tl> ilarria^e notices, and / s announcements of deaths, arc- pnb' llshed free, and are solicited. Liberal terms for contract advertisements. -<-kv AtiveriiKcnaessrw. For Sale?W. II. Doty & Co. Notice?I. X. Withers, Clerk. Hygeia?Thos. C. "Williams & Co. Winnsboro to the Front?J. Chesnut ReVill. Fairfield Moving Forward?Mcilaster, Bricc & Ketchin. ?This is the season for pic-sics and red bugs. ?The campaig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 25 April 1888

EHI B PS jl -THE AGE OF SWINDLE. Itev. ur. xaimage criticises lxio Country's Business Methods. ft'hc Directors of Hanks and Insurance t Companies Wao Fall to Do Their | Duty ?The Fractice of Borrowing and What It Leads To?A ' Pointed Sermon. I After administering the ordinance of baptism by immersion to several who preferred tbiS mode, Dr. Tannage announcea tne suuJect of his sermon as "The Age of Swindle," End the text. Job viiL, 14: "Whose trust *hall be a spider's web." The eloquent di-rino spoke as follovr*: The two most skillful architects in all the world are the bee and the spider. The me put* up a sugar manufactory and the t?ther builds a slaughter-house for flies. On ft bright summer morning when the sun comes out and shines r?pon the spider's web, l>edecked with dew, the gossamer structure teems bright enough for a suspension bridge for supernatural beings to cross on. But -flrr ^rrV?iaV, ?r> IflttAf AW wuo AA J } HU1VU, WMW ?? ? j?art of that very day, ventures on i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 2 May 1888

^ VOL. XLIY. ' WINNSBORO, S. C,, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1888. _ NO. 10, 9ft REALITY AND DREAMS. Then here is an B " ^ tive figures: ]Pl I may work fill day at my easel, HR With patience and skill, as you see, ~ j 0000, But my picture is always imperfect, o o ? o < ^ _ It is not what I wished it to be? j B ~ I close my eyes x?n my pillow, ~ ooo50! ?||| Such visions! now lovely they seemI g "What fame would be mine if but able j ? ^ " To paint the pictures I dream: ' O i-i th WM The muse I may ardently worship, __ ! I R. And woo wherever I go, j j'OQ j ? $ f ggi? :;y_ But my cotes are weak ana oiscoraant, ; j j ^ ^ HL ' My thoughts are rough, as you know. I sleep, r.d my verses are perfect, " ; a 0000< r Delightful and proper their theme; ' 3 coooj "* What joy I would know if but able "o ???co* To pen the poems I dream! j~ 000*1 I ?Arthur C. Grissom in The Journalist. : ^ ' ^3 g o CO L * THE FARMERS' MANIFESTO. j I A ooooc plf CAPTAIN TOLLMAN AND HIS COL- I 00001 r- - LEAGUES SPEAK T...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 2 May 1888

- 1 - r up VP W <c \ Vll U tfp AID 1 "Oat of T i JU?l IT J_? U AXlJL/ XlXi.W^lM|/t ViXSSUOKO, S. C. j the Co: and Con p. Jt. BKicv, > | paper of j. q. i>j.vis-, ? I ciously ac = = j witii part JP. X. BRICE, : : : : Editor ( i. ' ports ot l Wednesday, May 2, : : : 1888.;Jibel snit? j The fol ?x-Goverxor D. II. Chamberlain j and Cour An f ha /II1PC. i IAX1I imvi liVHVU tV?l WtiV VJ?WW | tion of the appointment of a Chief j The 3IeCi Justice of the Supreme Court of j jil 1 the United State Mr. Carter, a | (jarolin prominent New York lawyer, seems j ;s an II to be bis choice, but thinks his i utes to appointment scarcely possible, i-inec i yeiyuul he was a Republican until the iiomina-; jn geve tion of Mr. Cleveland. His next ! made len? choice is ex-Gov. Iloadiy, a staunch, ! legal trai life-long Democrat. The appointment : of the latter would doubtless ="lve i of" the te satisfaction to the entire country. It j lengthy j la nffPTi that- a "Prpsidant has the I to be repc pleas...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 2 May 1888

.~r:' ; - .> "/ sgt* \ rr\ ": '--'* ' "'C-' : - ' _ ' r~:?y >-' .V. " * , - - ' ' - . > . . . .. .. * * 0 >/.>ii??. iarsrai miam wrmtrtrLOCA, INTELLIGENCE. jperture" ? ? ? - x w nen m Wednesday.. May 2, : : : 1888.< the thicl ^ Ti;km? ok Tte News and Herald.? lca.tlier Is B Tri-weekly editon, three dollars per an- rare curl W num, ir: advaae. Weekly edition, one . - ? dollar and fifty -ents ver annum, in ad- e vance. * _ ? K*te> kor Aivertisixg.?One dollar -The W p-.T inch (solid nihion) for the first iriser- vrard De: ^ tami i: 1'tv cent per inch for each sub- w , W s ;ui i:t ins<nYio'!. These rates apply to wooawa a ?>:' &-"ry character, and are 3 o'clock, pi: i> I* in-.adVance. Obituaries .lonf. ?, i:: itn;l t-i respfct are charged for as ? xf r?anftAn fi iiunvv.-?, <um i ivuuvu L % ???>!? :i:::aju:.cen:ey?> of UfatiiS, are pub-1 19 ioqo , i tri;'-. arosoic:t<*ri. LiU?ral terms B f :uHcrtiseufir.t.s. |$?| * iwUMmeM*. DEATH, Waited?0. ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 2 May 1888

THE WAGES OF CRIME. 1 4l\A TIT/ ?? J VJLUC*i. WJ.C7 JACK PRATER AND JASPER DAVIS Jtotheassa HANGED FOR MURDER. The killin Prater Awcrtf Hia Innocence and Dies Without GXClteTdSnt. a gtroggle-DaTla Diea With a Heavy High and ter> Goi aa Admonition to AH -Not to Follow Hia _ to trial in M * evidence agi Ajsdebsojt, S. C., April 27.?Special: Prater, ther Jap Davis spent last night in sound sleep. ^ w^s show resting better, he said, than any night since ?ve!^ng of 1 he had?-been in jail. This morning the j^^^thr SS1U prcpiiicu w meet iiio jjy jy fate. His brothers-in-law Abner King and ing of the k Leard Smith called on Davis this morning, to stay tha theirs beiDg the first visit from relates kouse, Pratt since his incarceration. The legal wit ]er l^ciast' nesses (all being physicians except two), there ail the the military guard, composed of a detach- tified that t aoent of the Palmetto Riflemen, constituted to his c those present. The Bev. Messrs. Marshall, temdeadaa Priewon, Pack ...

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. — 9 May 1888

r TO THS WONDERFUL FALAC,?S QF FLORIDA. Inscription ofthese Magnificent Estal>5-hmeats?Talks WIth the Proprietor of k> Ponca X*eon aad Alcazar. despondence of th e Ailantc. Constitution..)' Avjcsxecb, Fia-, May 2.?There m only fonr of us. And yet the party reseated?sixty million dollars, not mtmgme. us u-.o Ifwasonthe "Oneida," Commodore ledict's famous yacht, from ;fche npper k of xhich- Thomas Bailey JJdrich ^rKnrr infrv lhft' rv>pan. STOatied "With' Ilery eyes and pendulous Kp? C*rejected j iitribntkms to the Atlantic." Behind' &17 St. Angnstine,'ancient and lazy. y the fronti the ocean boomed. I the |te caps growing tinder a-westerly Id Over head a flock of pigeon, IicBng one 6f that other Venice, drifted | ?e and there,' their wings breaking j Ma^the sunshine of; the upper deep, the crisp wayes broke two hundred t below. I feat who made up: the party thus com-1 rtably circumstanced? i BL-etihe -writer xesfc under . she, nom de l toe which yonrjoumaliat carries,, as...

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 May 1888

-Mg^LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [3ES ? i apei -u lay 9, : : : 1888. jn Contei IE NETV'S AND IlEEALD.? Per ^aC^C ion, three dollars per an- this coun fee. Weekly edition, one . Lceatd- vtr "annum, in ad|L into the raawraa-OneJ.doltar find the!l Kion) for the first mser^fcperincMo^^^ub^ tory. J. mrv cliaracterHwH^re ivance. Obituaries given ris ^fcare chartred for as notices, aiiii jj j?_ p HK>f deaths, are |>ub- sick Heads Buted. liberal terras tloa it lias: St::.'. JB Unclai 9i. White. Ing is a li PK. S. "Wolfe. PostofSce 7 1 Rftft rppwgmsiKauua aui What We Want?J. M. Beaty & J. M. A Bro. Carson, I Great Attraction?Mrs. J. D. Mc- Person* Carley. letters w We Have Just Received?!). Lau- vertiscd. derdale. Municipal Tax Returns?-I. N. With- ^ ers, Clerk. . bottle of S O ?^ PflMfirlal/i Cr 7?OOrc/lf?l*> 50 CGIltS. 1QUininv.ua?xwgsuaiv w Plaintiff's Attorneys. que gc Notice for Final Discharge?James ot- the s W. Bankhead, Administrator. to-day wi L. cal Briers. esting Sp ?Cotton so...

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. — 9 May 1888

-".-IM<I<<I1II 'I " I I I M MiZSa W'INNSBGKO, S. 0.. J < bhsff r. 21. us ice, > Pkopk:ktoks. HHV jr. q. davis, i fP. M. SHICE, : : : : Editor | Wednesday, May 9, : : : 1888.' Thk Republican party is displaying j considerable activity in several conn-! ties. It is >aid they will contest sev- ' eral congressional dislrict?. Gov. GuAt, of Indiana, is looming op quite prominently as a piece of ( good Vice-Presidential timber. One of his friends defeated ex-Senator S McDonald as a delegate to the State . k Convention. The Farmers' Alliance, which has a membership of 32,000 in North Carolina, is being organized in several counties of this State. It is said that B the Alliance will cuter politics and I will cut loose from the old parties. f The disgraceful set-to in the Senate . between Vorh<v?= and Ingalls is a sub- ; ject of comment in the papers, both ; Senators coming in for a share of the ; rebuke. The decornm of the Senate ] heretofore has been so exact as to giv...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 9 May 1888

I- REPUBLICAN COKFSJi I:;r2 ?-*V..w ?" ' ?? ." ' .( ! A Gathering of: ?h.? Ssme Old Crowd to. 5 * ". j-? $: . jOgfomMa. "r?r:v The Republican State Convention met in Columbia on .the 1st inst,, and ad- a journ^d ^>cfat 2 bTddok on the following c ? morning."' r E. ; ' Erayton, former collector of c internal re;?enue? was chairman. r Tte vote for. delegates at large to the "... Convention at Chicago resulted in the r M- choice of - E.: JSLBrayton, W. F. Myers,' < HBH W. N; Taf^ Bobert.-Smalls.. Alternates? a fl S. A^Swaiis, BL JD. Qeorge. "W- J. Whip- ; ;/ per,i W. Curtis. ' ' ' r HF^ FBOM COS GSESSIOX AL' DISTRICTS. FirstDistrict?El A.Webster Orange: 1 _ hurg, J. M. - Freeman Charleston. Alter- g fm>' ' batesr-J. H..Fordham.Orangeburg, S. W. , 1 / McKii^ey Charleston. { / _ Second?Paris Simpkihs Edgefield, Fred t ? r Vir JTr 'RnmwpiL Alternates?Rev. Js. , 1/ W Edwards Edgefield,.and Ed. Dickerson ] . / of Aiken. . Third District delegates will be elected at a convention to ...

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. — 23 May 1888

HffOL. XLIY. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1888. NO. 43. | ^ ~ EE STATE CONVENTION. We in South Ct RCE, BUT FAST MOVING BODY the Democracy. OF DEMOCRATS. differences as to cies must have e ite? Elected to the National Conven- fpr ft primary el .8aT?ntl Tmnorfcant Matters Con- tl!6 people to gSklered?The State Primary K*j. cted by them tiieir ng BBS Heavy Vote?A Fall Account of the represents Soul ^^^roceedinKs. " tMt it may be a ^Spnxsaant to the call of the State Ex- Sen^dS?d |ative Committe, the Convention of the dozen men who llpocraiic party in South Carolina as- ?J?cl themaelve Kblea in the hall of the Honse of ?>resentatives, Columbia, on Thursday jjc discussion is B 17th insi masses. Our p< havebeentied awafrecisely at tnree minutes 01 r<j o ciock, . wLj. W. Moore, Chairman of the Stale circumstance 01 Ifcutive. Committee, called the meeting Badic^governi Rrder. Secretary Wilie Jones then read necessity for mr Bcall of the Convention. lasted so iODg ti jffihai...

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. — 23 May 1888

wa?Briiiii ir^iaiiEBiciBMMaeaBanaBMH^MBaMM THE NEWS ASl) HERALD, j ! to corre WDTNrS30R0j S. C. 1 wrong. ? - ---- ?--?i found l$< p. 3T. BRiciZy > to nolicy > pKOficiiTO us. - J J. q. DAVIS, \ with the :'r-~r~ . Masstich P. M. BBICE, J CUCeS th Wednesda}-, May 23, : : : 1883. I so^itou .r^==.-= j hope to The Presidential Ontlcok. part v. ' Delegates have been appointed to detrimei the Democratic National Convention, ^ie *iarV( which is to meet at St. Louis on the .is n0t ye o:b of Jane, by only a few States, but everything' indicates that Mr. Cleve- 11 1)0 iu land will be nominated on the first ^emocr; - -* - 1 a pure, ] oaiior, ana wiuiouc opposition. uioiit ' ir Though the Republican Convention ^ is not to meet till a fortnight later?on 1 the 19th of Jane?delegates have ^e.,l^ntl already been chosen by nearly a dozen 1 States, amonz which are Maine, Ver- ae,Uf,n mont, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, anu Ohio, Mississippi, Arkansas and Texas. tn^s" ?The proceeding-in the conv...

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