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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 23 May 1888

fflPriGIXCE. ^IG survivors of Greer pjJPRay, 3Tay 23, : : 1888. cently and organ II^erms o? The News asd Herald.? members. WHi-weekly edition, three dollars ver an- bold a great rem I. in advance.' Weeklv edition, one "j . Bar and fifty cents per "annum, in ad- soldiers during th< Eca- ineut, and to invifr fv>te!? kok Advektisjsg.?One dollar T ? fi inch minion) for the first inser- lt2nn0n Lee anc |:i, and fifty cents per inch lor each sub- make orations. ( luent insertion. These rates apply to ors evervwherp w? ertiscircuts of every character, ana are - W1 -u.e j>trs.-tiy in advance. Obituaries Bt. iinit rs ct respect are chargcd Tor as KEiEEilBI itifiii?.. Aiarriaye notices, and jj Rie a. .. Li.cotnents of deaths, are pub- r,,T~. >,0^^a/vT,' ted frw, and are solicited. Liberal terms Mcii aster Icoistnicl advertisements. * " pension "warra i * !y?rli>:prncaf?. Milch Cows.?J. K. Davis. tn* fo?owing-nam i u? iu* m. IiFrai-Miz-D. A. Hendrix. tWB"eu u-v luc [Tea?McMaster...

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. — 23 May 1888

*. ggajfc ?g..- - s *:/ . ..c. , ?aix>g THJfc; penalty. he's in a mighty h _ boy is. He's dou< It Wa, Sympathy He Wanted. though, twell I C< (Srace King, in Harper's Weekly.) _ c^_c :e t c*??c t Well, what do you -want?" asked the "~-T T& j Mayor, as the old man finally-looked in , , a i the door. He had been passing and repassing in front of the office all noon, * k oscillating in indecision. He was from , ^ve,do11 the country-a thin old fellow, with Qe?e!, door teas^- small blinking eves and wrinkled face. Tf^a ??"s{f^* HirJicp red hair had attained a sort of f thJ ^-dollar MHjBMB&B gray. In and out the furrows into his har BRilow chin a sparse beard bris- was af g^fr me to co 2ie to hii LHOUST ences of a Aboui lings hi\ the Hon s close i test, if i statesra im a pei < Araeric me of 0 ; excelle The If las ever trio of j MgOV ^Kmer MS the S^ras hi Hpositio: PPBpVHHK^nie for V space. ITfiThk. I've had It was once m Snot o' trouble with that boy Clemson in his 3* ...

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. — 30 May 1888

VOL. XLIV. WINNSBORO,S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1888. NO. 41. TROUBLE AN EDUCATOR. | a tract in the w ^ the name of Ri BfflflKBBk UP the tract an DK. T. DE WITT TAI.M AGE PRE * CHES In?a?s Of his S3 bmmh on life's vicissitudes. "*** affcerday BftKKK called 'A Call fc nreio +>>a means , IfEuth Among the Beepers Gathering ^ q ^ ~Q Straw?Her Accidental Meeting With PhiliD Doddrid Boaz?Greatest Results Often Springing Jfcjgg a7>/| from Inconsequential Incident. whicll ^ brQU Br. Taimage's sermon at the Brook- of thousands in lyn Tabernacle Sunday morning was and among oth upon the developing influence on human Practieafview character of sorrow and adversity. Euth was the means < among the reapers and her first meeting tod? to Chris with Boaz was the text of the discourse, I. part of what the Doctor said follows: which has been "The time that Ruth and Naomi ar- tion of unoonv ve at Bethlehem is harvest time. It one^Q] the custom when a sheaf fell from a a Christian trac jffilf...

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. — 30 May 1888

"v r'H E SEWS AND HERALD. 1 opeThiJ ? * . question 1 WIN.VSBORO, S. U. : " r served the P. 3?. bkice, ) mail o{ . > PXOPUIKTOICS. V? * , ?r. q. da ris, i House of i ?? ? ---? ? constantly i nnsilion li P. M. OT5ICJE, : : : : ^aicor ; r > - -Z.-.V _ .^=_. ?- _~s_- unatirsctb Wednesday, jlav 30, : : : 1838. PIac? jJiat ? * : lamiusjj* w The Hat Spring Convention. ; and Gen. I ; with perf< There.has been more ov less discus- : willingi:c= sion in "this countv concerning tbe ! ?omel,"ips , eoturmlsio] ultimate, aim oi the Hot springs (Jon : js Worthy vention. Many of our citizens view ; which it -.-ii.... ? ;?!? ?1<ii>rrt iu hointf a ! StCp.ping-S' scheme to lJomanize the ; T.iis staj general information we I true. Wi ^ev- (* P. Wai- | statesmen ^^subjjcr, and in j in the Vi< ^fanning niay is. a po?:iii< Brmi below the i from vari Convention ;: <*c;it i* lj L*. Butler to sea: in the Burning it: A- the ?|SOoiafi.?:i present 1>\ |fcin thoaght i ^^Pjfrom nat Baag...

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. — 30 May 1888

ggggg ; " ? LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ! -Th?L^ ------- - , j the A. R. P. tp . .x i %r . . . 1 ooo ' l . >y etmesaay, Jiay. ou, : ; ; iooo* ana Oiaer.s i< Teems of The News asd Heeald.? j s^raw^err Tri-iveekly edition, three dollars per an-j the resident num, in advance. Weekly edition, one \ nri npunrCfi0,; dollar and fifty cents ver annum., in ad-j vanco. I ?Don't fa L* ICati-:s kox Advektisxxg.?One dollar. a ge^vino- ma fw p*'r iiicli (solid minion) for tbe first iuser- | " ? v tioi:. and tiitv ecnts per inch for each sub- j man or worn k s<j : Ji iU iase&on. these rates apply to j subscription 5??k. a ui every character, and are ... *_ j> ,.? J?:e sirU iij i:i advance. Obituaries j a -little effort ;i' tl i il>ut s of res}K-c-t are charged for as and will rep W a-iv';'Marriage notices, and . lu-k- a:::i?u:.c?ments of deaths, are pub- -Lncie is l-slieti f.- < . :.;ki are solicited. Liberal terms vantages of I f tr eonuact advertisements. ? _ :al patronagi ^ t.' ca...

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. — 30 May 1888

THE SONS OF TEMPERANCE. A Pt? for an Ordfr that Will do More Good to the State than a Prohibition Party. (from the Columbia Daily Eecord.) Etvttor "rvrrittn- In tout admirable editorial of Thursday on the late Prohibi tion Convention, I notice that, like a great many others, you seem to regard as synoaamous the terms "Prohibitionists" and "temperance men," and to regard all memof temperance organizations as being MHfejs&irily "Prohibitionists." Hotter of fact, however, quite a il^aiimber^fcL^he members of temperBp orsanizations^SS^ot Prohibitionists, ojjthe other hand^wjije a large numffrohibitionisfe are members of B teeiperance organization or even total ttaixfrs. HLt i?,ll think, very mach to be regretted Bkt th# Prohibition movement has so comKtely Overshadowed other temperance ^feues, is to cause peo^e to lose sight of wort 5Ph?/->Vi Co ^.viiitlv done bv those IM" 1 " *? UAVW -o hV Eetnpertbce men in our miSii-SiliQ. do not attemp4 impracticable things, but sfl&$Iv| ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 6 June 1888

-jf VOL, XLIV. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1888. NO. 45. f n'cnoi hooUh in nsar fulnre. ? - , A STRANGE WOMAJf. v { A PRE ? I Wonderful Fe&t^pof Strength Performed I Dr. Smoot E Without Help. J P (.From the Chicago Herald.) Bamtstoe Among the supernatural. manifests- ern Presb; 'Hons now eq&tZng attention among the spent all of * curious, to|^o-6ailed electric women of union rouse eiSkwflt th? least wonderful, heat, D. r* MV w For several daygpast one of these ladies, red-hot spee Mass Dixie Haygood, has been in Mem- mittee on o ^phia g^nng exhibitions of her power. A nnion iiapr reporter of the Avalanche, by invitation sidered and of the little lady, assembled -with several 88 to 40, th other gantlemenat the parlor of the impassioned Clarendon Hotel to test these remarks- Moderator ble manifestations, and discover, if pos- speakers to < sible, their source , and secret. Among Dr. Smoo the gentlemen present were Lawrence tion. He ft Lamb, Zeno Harris, Henry Walsh...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 6 June 1888

' "" * .... . . "v !/V- r V-' ' " -'-'":1V:^-"~ " THE NEWS AND HERALD. ~j WESTXSBORO, s. c. p. x. brzce, ) \ rK0?;i:sT0ns. cr. q. n.trisi ? *?. >1. 3UICE, : : : : Ikiitor Wednesday, June 6, : : : 1888. School Commissioner. Some of onr exchanges have expressed themselves, editorially, that the office of school commissioner should be abolished and his salary i ?' fund. If is I given IU LUC (<Ul/UV ? ? argued that the commissioner has nothing to do except sign \r\y certifi cate^, and tint his work could be equally effected by trustees, who wonld charge nothing for their services. If these things were true then the office would be useless, but there are certain nccessarj matters in connection with our public schools which we believe can only be properly attended to by a commissioner. Tne school commissioner must, in the first place, visit the schools in his jurisdiction as often as possible, lie must note the method of instruction and the branches taught, and giye recommendations ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 6 June 1888

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, Jime 6, : : : 188* Terms of The News and Herald. Tri-weekly edition, three dollars per ai * num, in advance. Weekly edition, on dollar and fifty cents per "annum, in ac vance. ILitp-s ffi-.r Adteutisikg.?One dolla por inch (solid iainion) for the first insei oil, a;?d fifty ceiiti per inch for each sut 3i jueiit These rates apply t a Ivertik'nients ??t every character, and ar ^ p * ule slrU-t:y in adwince. O'oituarie ii :.< t. ibui.-s of ros;>ect are cliarired for a a lve?"t;M-!i(*-n:>. 3I-.irriage notices, a:i< s i::ple a!tsou:.eeiuects of deaths, are pub lisl:?\i free, and are solicited. Liberal terra: i ,x contract advertisements. ?>< ?. .-itlcertlMme&tk. $ Pen Art Hall?D'Herradora. W. w. & C. E. R.-D. A. Hendrix. f?r Sale?J. C. Caldwell & Co. Wintnrop Training School for Teachers. Sheriff's Sale?John D. McCarley, Sheriff. ^ iTomination for Supervisor of Registration. Uxtation?J. a. mnnanr, tinageor Probate.. Slippers, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 6 June 1888

BgP ^*g MI'"MBn^llwl*MI?i,MM? ?^??^??n??mmm? BLAINE CA N NAME THE MAN. BLAINE WILL B8S Me Looker a Candidate, He May BeaRepabll- A Letter that Settlei WM ? ** Warwick?Repabltcan* All at 8ea? Csjjc IEoora* Growing Hetnwnue. ^ ^ (From toe Sew Tori Star, May 31.) The following \etl Nptinmany men? has so muchdis- Whitelaw ReidTthe cu^ion been excited among tie politicians was received jn this c of both parties as was provoked by the pvp7- r<4t tho PuWMon in the Star yesterday of the statesman's ambitior second and final letter of declination from presidential nomina Mr. Blaine. In most quarters it is accepted ?ept a nomination ii as conclusive, and as leaving no room for be yarded as out o the slightest encouragement to hope that pontics henceforth, anything that can happen in tne near future "" Uloir?A M A>?onfro T"kic IWOUiU iUUUCUCC mi. u:?u?, w ?v niLfinw rk*-i., r-?> mind" and face the trials and disappoint- jjy x>sar Sir^S ments of another presidential campaign. from S...

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. — 20 June 1888

VOL, XLIV. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1888. " NO. 47. ji STATESMAN AND SCHOLAR. gather-eaten G. Thurman,' ; is a one-story A PKETTY PICTURE OF JUDGE THUE- *or ^ MAN AT HIS OHIO HOME. 7^? ago he 1 joining, but crowded hi The Red Bandanna and the Snui? Box? a mj2e rj "Allen" and "Mary," and How they Live gjet of the oh Together?Poor Little Foraker and the office 1 Noble Old Roman?A Kind Word About office jg E0W 0 Blaine. . old house, anc tZrom the Boston Herald) my occuuieu Columbus, Ohio, June 10.?Judge shelved ail art Thurman's quiet home was again jfte juche?s? 3 thronged with visitors to-day. There is dent couldn't evidence that the red-hued bandanna tackle, but if and the Democrat will now be as in- ^?r . separable as the red-headed girl and the ^ ^omQ to Mtehit? hoise. All the Judge's friends early success^ jP^Seclare that the snuff box and the bandannawill be the unique emblems of the campaign, and will doubtless arouse ^ a. a gnat deal of enthua^m, and put a The fon...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 20 June 1888

m THE NEWS AND HERALD. v/ivvsnnim ?; r. Ijp. at. brzce, > > pkop;:rsto:i3. J. Q. DAVIS, > p. m. 753ice, * : : i : editor "wnliif'sday, jmie : : : 1888, oi'i: sta xo a rd-beaker; nn(\i-:?r> nr wUT a vt* IVIttU Y JS1X Vj-UCJI OF X1SVV YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT : ALLEN G. THUfiMAN, Are T?'c on Trial i ?T T> 4 \ of fJttr. I>. V/. i/UUWU, u; .1SI1UVI|;| has written a letter to the Boston Transcript -in reply to :i letter of Dr. Jtlayo in the same paper, tvUo defended i the educational system and work in this State against the fajse representations of flendrix McLrtne. 'It could not be expected that 3Ir. Duncan would hayeanything good to say ab^ftfSonth Carolina, or the Demcts^atic party, being a self-acknowledgo?i Republican. It was, therefore, no^urprise to read i:i his article sncV terms as "Bourbon," ';rin^ruie^yand other epithets thaLaroj^i-by men ot the MeLaue YT Hnortfln <*i?r> nf j.hft i r2>vll?AJ? JJXk ? JLXuuua10 V^ V. ? lights of the farmers' movement,...

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. — 20 June 1888

: ?... .. . c^cc-> vfrmT*^ ~r".-vr,ao>.'vr7T.^ i Kgawwrrca-rynr'A B v/firr*. i LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. IH? Wednesday, June 20, : : : 1888. Tunms ok The News and Herald.? Tri -weekly edition, three doiiars per an- I rmm, in advance. Weekly edition, one i doiiarand fifty cents' ver annum, in advance. :: vvks pen Advertising.?One do liar p . iiu i. (solid minion) for the lirst insert=: lv <: :: :s per inch for each snl>s i These rates apply to a iv--.; .s ' ev.*ry character, and are -i " .:! ? i:: advance. Obituaries t" V t :f.it ?. <.-? svsj-vct ar? cltarged i??r a> a tioiiros, - ai-y.i- . tiivTits of uc:iti:s. are uubi sin* 1 fc-v. ::J: i aresolicite*!. Liberal terms { .<:...;?vi advertisements. N-rt' A<iv??rtise??*c!>r>? J * * T71 W Wf\]jf?nicht?s. I \ iXi r. It Nomination for Trial Justice. j Summer Heading?D. Lauderdale, j Nominations for County Cornmis- j sioner. j Notice to Teachers?John Bovd, j Chairman. School Meeting?J. 0. Caldwell, j * Chr. Board Tr...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 20 June 1888

COLORED MEN FOR CLEVELAND. j ^ Tbey lii*e Th?Jr tieaw.ai ror Leaving in< Kt public is Party . ^ ??( New YoiiK, June 15.?The colored County Democrats of the Twenty third Assembly District met at their club rooms last evening and unanimously adopted the a. Saa following resolutions: a F Resolved, That the Republican party during the last few years has b^-.ome corrupt, and that it is insincere in its pretended interest in the bettering of the condition -? ** * J ?? ? ? Aivsi A f ? . 1 ox uie wioreu raue, last its yruiessivua paia i solicitude for it are prompted by base anil that b selfish motives, and that we frill treat with a caus contempt all sordid overtures made by it to other induce us to.desert the ticket which we twelv hereby pledge ourselves to support. popuL' Evolved, jThat we, as members of the 0f me: Cuuuiy Uev&iKriicy, do hereby express our beara hearty approval of t< e action of the Demo- guest cratio delegates to the St. Louis National intrcx] pAntrflrvtiAri i...

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. — 27 June 1888

?0L. XLIV. ~ ~ , WINNSBORO, S. G, 21, 1888, ;' ^ NO. 48, " lit f in?? I ' "I do lor* II0EFS im OF LGYE MD DOT ' "Houseke | - said Gurley j it x1s* sa2ss0bli ca^sswood, adzsob or "craqee o' dooj?.', "stepses "Oh," rec j guthsss,'*- tk5kk lo-vb max's Impressions cusxm^'jjbd other stosies. "Yes. be ? ?? -couseKeepu ' ICOjWrig&UstjUBJ, by the A. N. Kellogg Keisspa- "I wonde: ? . ^ fper Company. ] . ley. ! *?. chIPSBL - ? :0j?iS% ! rttf UKJuEY" stepp?5 out working fox I ^ February dusk and saving after spending a dull (iTbat be i ' Sunday at home. His young man, 'ffl^rfTOriFIifLr ^ouse 1036 between capitalist" I |Bm tim and the western "Oh, no,' sky, and he paused a cerity. "B QpjyPjSp^* did, to look at it with At this n L ) Vid building, abun- no halls in I dantly large, with comer was many after-thousht* soon as the _ of wings and porches, tertained s I* Jesse Stone could be seen, milking in the temporary barn-2ot? and the voiceojf Jesse's wife could been unwel be heard crooning a ...

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. — 27 June 1888

^ /. " % * ' v " '*0^'?^- fe-. &ScTOSJ'^'' THE NEWS AND HERALD. J W1NXSBOEO, S. C. r. JT. BRICE, ) f Pj:o?xieto;:s. J. n. DA VIS, I F. Mi II It ICE, : : : : Jlilitor Wedptisday, June 27, * : : : 1888, oi/'b sraxi)ari>-i5kakkr-!. FOP. P RESIDE N'T : GROVER CLEVELAND, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT : ALLEN G. THU2MAN, of wtto Some "'arty Fljcures. Tod New York Post has collected some Democratic and Iiepablican figures as to the possibility of either party hi the electoral col lego, and the figures are thus: REPUBLICAN. Sure Republican States 182 Indiana lo Connecticut ..? G Tola! 203 Another estimate is: Snre Republican States 1S2 Indiana 15 New Jersey 9 Total.*. : 206 Still another is: Sare Republican States 1S2 Indiana \i> "West Virginia 6 Total 203 _ ic lases zvl voies m u:e eiecroaai N _ college to elccf, and the Republican estimates look very nice, but here is how the Democrats count, and it will be noticed that both parties connt on three contiugencie^: democratic: 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. — 27 June 1888

'yr ~ ' " 2\] ' ' . ' "' i-- " : ttonin?rvv>z-rrr?*m--*-xn'r3sr/MrmrnjCGmtnn.Tr t B i nHA?. TNTTTT.T TftftXflE. Wednesday, June 27, : : : 1880. i HKM< OF Tni:XEW5 AND IIeuaux? i ri-weeily edition, three dollars per anv\ %u.m> ~n atlyar.ee. Weekly edition, ono dollar and fiftv cents T>er unnim, in advice. iiAT/.s von AnvEiixtsiso.?C-:;e lo'h*.! >> . ( -: ' ! minion) for ihe i:is*-r* t.'.>::. por tor ?iacli >:.!>s . : ' ::-.svn;These rates api>iy to at'- t t-very cSsaraet-'-r, ami are ?> a' /- i'.! a<han?*<\ * >I>11 : tries : !. . i . v.- ena!?;rd f;-r a> ? .t '<>: ' . . ALur.:-<- :?ota:-*j x a -i.-.-t-ments di;ai:is, aiv ;>u!> ! ... a;-.'solicited. JjilK'Kliterm? i - ,v-> : advertisements. . V 5vc'ri.^anscnif. Pearlinc?W. E. Aiken. Onttlery?Connor <fc Chandler. v^miuaMrin for Countv Auditor. s Come Quick?Mrs. J. D. McCarJey. Too Many Goods?Center & Clarke. The Mutual?II. I>. Bovlston, Agt. Xovr is the Time?Mc...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 27 June 1888

MILLIONS' FOR PETERSONS. THE OLD CITY PROPER SAID TO BELONC TO AN ESTATE. ! j Detdi* Hiddt-a In au Arm-Chair?A Man Paid i to Steal Them?Hnntioq tor the Dexceudaaia of Gabrtel P?tlenwon. (Philadelphia Times, Jane 20.) PERSONS OR FAMILIES IN' ANY WAY RE-* iated * ith the Peterson (Pettersson) family, which settled in this country in the l"th century, will find it to their own interest to report their names and addresses to llcl Ogden street, Philadelphia. Rev. Martin J. England, pastor of the Swedish Lutheran Church, on Ninth street, below Buttonwocd, lives at 1031 Ogden street, the sddress given in the above ad A man Darned Peterson, who thought he might have an interest in the matter, called at Mr. England's home last evening in quest of information.- Pastor England is quite a handsome man, of about the mt dium height and rather stoutly built. He has a large, full, clear cut face, adorned by a full sandy beard. A pair of big, laughing blue eyes shine through a pair of goldrimmed spe...

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. — 4 July 1888

VOL. XLIV, WINNSBORO, S. C, WEDNESDAY, JULY i, 1888. NO, 49. IA Broter's Keeper. I DISS'S WORK OF LOYE I? DUTY. \ 2T KASY HA3TWELL CATHEHWOOD, 'Author or "Craque o' Doom," "Stephes | Guthrie," 'The Lose Man's Cabin," and Other Stories. [Copi(righted, 0897, by the A. X. Kellogg A'twspoi _ per Company.] . - ^ _ The trivial experiences of common people, mere atoms in the universe, may seem scarcely worth the great reader's attention, until he remembers that he is himself merely one of those atoms, and that the ancient of all readers unceasingly cons this primer world and its simple combinations. Several people were grouped around the aeep rea nre, over wmca uuii^ wirec uuu kettles breathing an odorous steam Into the air. Beyond this stood a tent of poles covered with brush and blankets, where the men who tended camp slept It was a closely wooded spot. Tom Holmes, in one of his woolly overcoats, was stretched at the roots of a tree smoking. Randy Thompson, insulated by silence, sat upti...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 4 July 1888

THE NEWS AND HEEALD. W1NNSB0R0, S. C.. * - - I --? P. M. 2JBICB, ) ; i- PSOPIlIETOiiS. ^ O. DAVIS, I P. JL BRICE, : : : * : Kditor Wednesday, July 4>, : : : 1838. OUR STANDARD-BEARERS. FOR PRESIDENT: GROyEP. CLEVELAND, | OF XEW TORK. | ? FOR VICE-PRESIDENT : ALLEN G. THU3MAN, OF OHIO. The Political Standard-Bearers. The Democratic and Republican par- j ties have boih now named their standard-bearers, and it may be truh said' that the great national contest lias opened. It may be of interest to ?? know~something of the men who are to lead the oppoini^Jitrces^and the platforms opou which they stand soliciting the suffrages of an intelligent and enlightened nation. Grovcr Cleveland hails from the great State of New York, ana by his words and. actions for the last four years as the chief executive officer of the United States ha9 approved himself to the people as no other Presii 1 nocf nonrlor nf n ut:u I UU9 UUJJC iu SUE puoi vj century. His record is open for the inspection of the ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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