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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 4 July 1888

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, July 4, : : : 1833. Terms of Tue News and Herald.? Tri-weekly tdition, three dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, one dollar and fifty cents per annum, in advance. Hates >*oi: Advertising.?One doilar inch (solid minion) for the first inser* . tiun, ami fiftv cents per inch for each subse iiu-nt insert ioi?. These rates apply to alvejtiseii.vnis of every character, and are p .v b'.e siilctlv in advance. Obituaries a;ji: t.jbut rs cf*re>]>ect arc charged for as a ivertis. n.ents. Marriage notices, and ciiin.v aut.t'Ui.eecients of deaths, are pub listed Lv?-, and aresolicited. L<iDerai terms { :r co .tiac i advertisements. . >* A<ivertist'iuenr... Notice?I. N. Withers, Clerk. j Nomination for Representative. Political Tip?Groeschel & Co. Nominations for Countv Auditor. ! . 1- I . -c?l llneri. ?How are you going to spend the { Fourth? ?Monday was salesday, but no sales took place. ?"Nine naughty noughts!" Oh! you naughty boy...

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

a?????a?1??an?BM The Gua of tbe Future. Cap^ai*. Day, of tbe United States army, is an ex pert in rifles, and in a recent , interview with & New York Times report- \ er talked tbas about the future of the j rifle: I am willing to go on record as pre- ; dieting that the electric grin will be the , gun o? the future. A number of electric , gans have been fitted up, but they are j not as yet on sale to the public. Electr city may be adapted to almost any good gun. Here is a Hotchkiss, for instance, with a belt action and electric fire. It has a magazine in the stock, and h vtry convenient bolt. Like any otfcer first-class arm, it may be fired either by jr* rcnssion or electricity. The Hoichkiss differs from the Lee in that the Lee cock* it clnyng, while this cocks for the next shot in opening. This gnn has been transformed from an ordinary percussion to -one for electric fire. There is, as jot see, a small battery similar to the Leclanehe in the stock. It is a chlorate of silver ba...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 11 July 1888

' . .. ll % c- -i* - ^ ... - - - V~jy*: I YOL, XLfV, WINNSBOBO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1888. . . NO. 50. fe fk Brother's Keeper. 1WS W0M 6FL0YE iSD DUTY. f ST XAXT SAETWZLL CATSSRWOOD, Ucsao* or "Gbaqcv-o' doom," "Stzjphzh . Gdtkbus," "&bx Lose mast's | - {-' . oiwb?w jls? Otsbs. Stobtss. * ~ A prolonged score from Hose covered the plimar of this story. Adam dragged him op blinking like an owl. Twhoo-oo!" imitated Adam. "Wake up, -tiiickan-ester. The story's told and the molasres is a waxin'. Ton. help me sling off &68fe- kittles." l "You meant let each back-acbey, gruesome yarns get into your head, Miss rhaebe," oai/1 I'om Holmes. "It isn't Wealthy. Life's not a tug; it's pretty much SS oae masts u~ .acre s xtnuici ?yu wo follow. He could, be living like a decent Christian, but shuts himself up like a wolf. JFhat if things haven't gone to suit him? A L man can't boss' the world. A man expects to be trod on once in awhile, but let him &ke it with & good grace 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. — 11 July 1888

jf <.. - s * V. - "' ic ~ ' / THE NEWS AND HERALD. WfN'NSBOKO, S^ S P. -IT. BRICE, ) , S. PROPRIETORS. * J. Q.JQgTIS, i T. H. 2&a|E, : : : : iulitor Wednesday jfrI}Tll, : : : 1888. ui'K STANDARD-BEARERS FOR PRESIDENT : GROVER CLEVELAND, " of new york. FOii VICE-PRESIDENT : ALLEN G. THURMAN, or ohio. An Unwarranted Art est. A filiw days ago Mr. P. J. Rucker was summoned before the mayor of Columbia by the chief of police upon no charge whatever, except that he had stated as his opinion as a private citizen that the -chief of police had acted with partiality in the arrest of certain parties charged with gambling. Mr. Rucker, by counsel, made answer tathe mayor, by stating jUiAt he did not wish to become apublicprose^4's ? a" * ur, * ka tkf? v?c/hf ftf' UC?IU4| iilKi lUUb UW \tv/iitvu wuv v. ^be mayor to summon him before his eonrt to defend himsqlf or to substantiate his charges. Mayor Rhett comes out in the Register defending the position he had taken in the matter, saying tha...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 11 July 1888

t BB hMBBaaafc3>aca * ? 1 waaxMaamagnqacaaa ^ > ^ ? *T LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ?Wednesday, July 11, . : : : 1838. Tkrjis oi' TES NEWS AND IIKHALD.? Tci-weekly edition, three dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, one dollaranu' fifty cents ver 'annum, iu advance. iiaths- kok Advertising.?One dollar p-r inch (svlid minion) for the first inserand fifty ceftts per inch for each sub-M.-i-r i.isc.riioii: These rates apply to O'- a a tvostisi'Hx'jiJs vf ever}' character, and are H !).< s.u< ::v in advance. Obituaries %-ZU are "char^.-d for as a iv.ii notices, ami si ?!.a<4xmeuts of oeiilhs, are >>ubl?ss-:f?jvfrw. ami are Elicited. Liberal terms f c Va.rt aSvertiseinentS. >* ?- Ailvertiiwuiontk. _ , Nomination for State Senator* -e Nomination for Jury Commissioner. Nomiua/ion for County Treasurer. -Nomination for Connty Commissioner. . Now is the Time -McMaster, Brice Xetchin. . ^ New Bargains?Mcllaster, Brice & Ketchin. "Weslvan Female Institute?Wm.. A. Har...

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. — 11 July 1888

rue KI.VU OK THK PAPUANS. ' A Strange 31 nn Who Had 3?aay Adventures lu tbe Pacific. About three weeks ago an explorer died j in St. Petersburg who was known far and wide among the Russians as "King j o{ the Papuans." It was Dr. MaklucboJ M*clay, tte noted Russian ethnologist,) in whose honor a long stretch of the northeast coast of New Guinea, now in the hands of Germany, is called the ; SLtciav coast, few explorers have braved more hardships and dangers than Dr. iiaclay, and'pure love of science induced iiiti? to iacur perils from which most men ttAn'/l o^tnTilr A few years ago a schooner dropped author one evening in an unknown baj on the New Guinea coast. Boats put ofl', landed Dr. Maclay and his boxes on the betech, and then the schooner sailed awa^ iii the darkness, leaving Dr. Mac&y alone on a ravage coast that no white man. had ever vudted before. When the natives neit morning found the white man hitting on his portmanteau tbt-y thought the strange object had dropped fro...

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. — 18 July 1888

l VOL. XLIV, WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1888. S&IJ ?? 111181 \k Brother's Keeper, i 1 WHIPS VOHK OF LO?E MB DUTY. i < IT HAST SABTWKLL CATE2BWOOD, ! atrshos or "Ohxqitx o* doom," "Staphs* Guthbiz," "th3 losk man's CXSIX," AS3> othxs stosizs. I 1 The man took several steps beside Phoebe before either of them spoke. She drew her shawl close around her and shrunk off from him, but she did not look directly at him, but .glanced side wise, puckering her face in anguish. He was a grotesque creature, with the various pieces of his clothing shabby and unmatched; but the most skillful of tailors could scarcely have molded him iu garments suitable to his face. It was emaciated and withered, though neither by disease Borage. One corner of his mouth twisted *' J L,JLW^ o an/? UUniiVYOiU u a WUIWH4W? nervous spasms came and went over every r. atom cf countenance which could be moved and distorted- Whenever he became excited in talk, thi3-singular infirmity played faster 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. — 18 July 1888

Bglpgp: m -fc ? . UIK NEWS AND IfEKALD. WtXNSBORO, S. C. p. x. URICE, > V-PX0FUI8T0K3. J". Q. DAVIS, J T. M. KSICE, : : : Jkiitor "Wednesday, July 18, . : : : 1883 V CR STANDARD-BEARERS FOR PRESIDENT : GROVER CLEVELAND, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT : ALLEN G. THURMAN, OF OHIO. Dr Mayo and Education. Dr. Mayo has a<r&in written a letter to the Boston Transcript defending the educational system of South Carolina against tne attacks of its eaemies, both at home and abroad. Dr. Mayo says 'na .RAnrhnn narfr :n education I bUO V??? * W. J- ? . - J in South Carolina, as in Massachusetts, is a considerable body of people, a hopeless minority, to which every population contributes its qaota. It is the anti-common school party, composed of some men of '.he highest: standiag as well as others of a lower he says: "it is easy to say that the mass of respectable people in South Carolina are hypocrites, pretending to support popular education, while laboring secretly for its destructi...

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. — 18 July 1888

local intelligence. I "Wednesday, J ply 13, : : : I088 Tkumso? Tub News and Herald.? I Tri-weekly edition, three dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, one dollar and fifty cents per annum, in advance. " * Hates koii Advertising.?One dollar p.'r inch (m>i!3 minion) for the first insertion, and fiftv cents per inch for each subutfVit insertion. These rates applv to a Iwrtist*inputs. u? every character, and are p ;% bit- Nrr.ctiv in advance. Obituaries a t-ibnJ > of re>wet are charged for as <i !vt". iisi '. iiiciiiA--') t of deattis, are fiv.% nmi are solicited. Liberalterms f >r con: ruv; advertisements. A<!vtr:?*fn?enT?. Beaty's Corner Store. Potatoes?F. W. Habciricht. p* Sheriff's Sale?John D. McCarlev, S. F. C. Summons?Ragsdale & Ragsdale, Plaintiff's Attorney. Zt ml Bricn. I ?Ice for sale at Hendrix' Soda J Water Parlor. * ?Mr. W. C. Beaty is making improvements on his house. ?Mr. Jas. M. Raines has been appointed postmaster at Bly the wood. ?Severa...

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 July 1888

COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES. 1 As Address Delivered by Hon. J. S. Ver. ^ nerl>efor?s the ill. Zion Society. AIb. President of Mount Zion j Society, Ladies and Gentlemen: i We love to stand with uncovered head J in Ihe presence of a venerable man, whose life has witnessed the growth of his country, and whose days have been spent in deed* of patriotism, not . only in war but in peace, and listen to the s:orv he tells of battles won, of principles secared, and of constitutions made. We delight to i*everence such a character and erect to his memory the marble shaft to commemorate hts heroic,deeds, and to recount to those around the story suggested by the commemorative marble. But standing in the presence of a venerable institution like this, that was born amid the throes of the mightiest revolution of the earth's historv, whose one hundred o " ' and thirteen years witnessed the glory and death of Washington and Jefferson, of Monroe and Madison, of Sum ter and Marion, Pickens and Horry, wa...

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. — 25 July 1888

I. ' " ~ ! " \TO rrTT"" : WINNSBORO, S. C, WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1888. " . i' S V UJL# A.1j1 V ? [ \k Brother's Keeper.' 1 fOIiffS WORK OF LOVE AHD DUTY. -! si *ast zisrwm, s&thskwood, AJWHOB O? "Ciu.Q'crE o' POOK," - STEP HEX Gctskts," "Irsx Loss --MAN'S ,v caxol," jxd Other Stosxss. In tie listening attitude which twentyfour hours had confirmed to a habit, Phoebe sat in the school-house and waited lor Thorney. All the seats were empty, but ridges of dust around the bottom of the desks and clay tracks on the floor showed where young, restless feet had been. A i sum la xracuons remained upon tne DiacK* board. The fire was dying In the gray and elderly stove, which seemed to deny having ever indulged in red-hot fits of roaring when wind and snow beat outside. A barkyodor came from the wctoa-box, and from it also crept out a mouse to smell at crumbs dropped at noon. Perhaps Phoebe's moving a hand, perhaps the appalling dreariness of the "school-house interior* terrified the mouse, 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. — 25 July 1888

THE NEWS AND HERALD. ' ?? WIKNSBOBO, S. C. P. X. BRICB, ) > proprietors. J. Q. DAVIS, i r. X. bkice, : : : : i^itor w^na3(?<?v jtitv 9.n. : ; : 1888 UlTX STANDARD-BEARERS FOR PRESIDENT : GROYfiR CLEVELAND, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT : ALLEN Q. TEURMAN, . OF OHIO. The State Campaign. The canvass by candidates for Governor and Lieutenant-Governor begran at Hodges on Friday, The only speakers present, besides the candidates for county offices, were Governor .Richardson, Lieutenant-Governor Mauldin, or?H Mr. R. Tillman. The first speaker was the Governor. He began by refuting the charges that have been made that the expenses of the government were greater now _ ^ than in Radical times. This was done by a mass of figures and statistic?, which it is impossible to give here, lie then look up the increased expenditure in 1886-87 over that of IS"8-79. The increase was $334,701.13. This rthe Governor explained nv this wanner: $213,4S5 more Interest was paid on the poblic debt in 1S...

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. — 25 July 1888

local intelligence. Wednesday, July 25, . : : : 1088 Otf TttE NE'.VS .VXD ilEiiAoO.? Tri-weekly edition, three dollar* par annum, in advance. Weekly edition, ono dollar and ff y cents per annum, in advance. miv? ?<>k advektisis'J.?One dollar p -r inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, and f.rty cents nerinch fur each su'r>$-i tueni insertion. These rates apply to a ive"T'<.-ei .ej.it> every character. ^nu art' p . v u ? s:; :i\ in advance. Obituaries :i <* t i>>! ' > ef resect are charged lor a.s a itxrr:5v^e liiJlsees. ;u;!< s*. of death*. ctrc public ;i^i fr<-.-. are solicited. JLibt-rai f >r Co:a <tui advertisements. ANN O U>~ C E3I EX TS. FOR SHERIFF. ; H. Yongue Milling-, R. E. Ellison. FOR CLERK OF COURT. R. H. Jennings, J. Lewis Warcllaw, W. H. Kerr, II. M. Zearly. FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER. Jno.Boytl, j S. R. Johnston, Jas. Douglass, Ilanry L. Dake. FOR PRODATE JUDGE. Jno. A. Hiunant. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Jas. L. Richmond, Jo...

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. — 25 July 1888

Tills *iK>T FAKJIKKS* INSTITUTE. Several Matters of Great Interest to Agri- j cnltnre ??t<l by Some Experienced | Farmers. (From the Charleston world.) Okaxgebtjbg, July IS.?The great; Farmers' Institute opened here to-day, i and judging from the three sessions held i so far?morning, afternoon and evening ?it promises to eclipse anything in the | way of a farmers' gathering ever held ii; the State. The exercises were opened with the morning esssion by President J. E. Wannamaker calling the meeting to order, and requesting the Be v. L. F. Beatty to invoke a blessing. President Wannamaker then delivered an eloquent address of welcome, and assured all that every one interested in agriculture would be benefited, by the speeches, etc., which they would hear at the institute. Prof. George F. Atkinson, of the South (Xvolina University, was then introduced to the meeting. The subjeci of his address was "The Cotton Worm, and other Enemies of the Cotton Plant." The address was an excell...

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 August 1888

i^VOL. XLY. WINNSBORO, S. 0., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1888. JB I NOT THOU, BUT J. It must have been for one of us my own To drink this cup, and eat this bitter bread. Had not my tears upon thy face been shed. Thy tears had dropped on mine; if I alone Did not walk now, thy spirit would have known 32y loneliness, and did my feet not tread This weary path and steep, thy feet had bled For mine, and thy mouth had for mine mada moan. | And so It comforts me, yea, not in vain, L To think of thy eternity of sleep, L To know thine eyes aio "tearless though mine weep; And when this cup's last bitterness I drain B Ono thought shall still its primal sweetness keep: H Th^ll haiirit. f.hA nnrl T t nr'/Tr-inrr r%alri ? ?Philip Bourko Mars to a. ^rtfrother's Keeper. i A WOfiilFS WORK OF LOYE MD DUTY. J ST HART Iiant CATHESWOOD, f Author or "Craque o" Doom," " Stephkn Guthrie," "Thb Lone man's Cabin," and Other Stories. McArdle stood with his hands in his over | ccat pocKets untu tue air grew ausner ar...

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. — 1 August 1888

sr.--:pg THE NEWS AND HERALD. WIXNSRORO, S. 0. j? 7?r. RRrr'R. i ^ Proprietors. 'T. Q. DAVIS, ? P. M. BEICE, : : : : Jiditor "Wednesday, Ausrnst 1, . : : : 1888 OUR STANDARD-BEAKERS FOR PRESIDENT : GROYER CLEVELAND, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT : - ? ALLEN G. THURMAK, > OF OHIO. Taming the Itaseals Out. In accordance with the provisions of the Civil Service law the President on Mondar transmitted to Congress the fonrth annual report ol the Civil Service Commission. In this tnescige the President comments upon the work of the Commission covering the last year, and while there are many obstacles in the way which prevent a perfection of the law, yet there is still good oause for congratulation. When-President Cleveland assumed control of the govmnnt iiMrlv fnnr vpars <i?n hft was pledged to a correction of the civil service, and his record is sufficient evidence that he has constantly aimed at the fulfillment of this pledge. With his party divided on this important qu'estion a...

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. — 1 August 1888

B I - L;iii;! art* solicited Libelal tern.*f a iwrtisciacnts. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR SHERIFF. II. Yongue Milling', Ii. & Ellison. FOR CLERK OF COURT. II. II. Jennings, T Wardiaw. W.Tl. Kerr, - . - II. M. Zcarly. |? for school coiiJirssioxEi:. S| J no.Boyd, ~ flf S. II. Johnston, ?3? Jas. Douglass, _ Henry L. Duke. eg foi: probate judge. Jno. A. Hinnant. FOR COUNTY C0.M?IISSIO2iKK. if Jas. L. Richmond, John A. Stewart, H. A. Glenn, j J. Turner Stewart, j W John S. Cathcart, John Ilollis, ! P U. C. Trapp, ft Chas. A. Abel!, J I> V T H JL>. jcj. XJ_> IKS. i for senator. W Thos. W. Woodward. ' FOR REPRESENTATIVE. Jas. B. Turner, Thomas B- McKinstrv, j| " Osmund W. Bnchanan, i; John D. Harri ten, W. S. HalJ. FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION. j j Jno. "W. Smart, I James.Pagan, i f Chas. L. Refo. for trial Justice. f Jas. B. Stevenson, r for countt auditor. W. F. Jackson, I. N. Withers, "W. W. Crosby. fo? county treasures. James Q. Davis,' Andrew Y. Milling. FOi: JURY COMMISSIONER. ...

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. — 1 August 1888

MKMBIBH PKny I ^ instruction, and then the companies were . reviewed by Col Phisterer. The guard I mount of the Thirteenth was well per- J fennel. Dinner hour found a nungry six hundred. The pies were there ana each rian had a whole one. One of the men remarked after dinner: "What sur. > prised those fellows in the restaurant? They said we ate more pie than any other regiment that has ever been here. They cell us the pie-eaters." By far the most important event of the day was the religious service. It was known far and near that Bev. T. De Witt Talmage, the chaplain of the Thirteenth, was in camp and would preach. The ^woo CaI of ^ a'aIaaV in XI(JUX tut DCirivo tiao uvu imv w v wvu, the big Y. M. C. A. tent. Superintendent Caruthers wanted to trice it up in order that it would be more airy and permit people on the outside to see the popular preacher and hear his sermon. In order to effect this it was necessary to throw a lasso over the ridge pole. Mr. Caruthere failed in every at...

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. — 8 August 1888

S&KP 'I ML^l XLV. WINNSBORO, S. C , WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1888. NO. 2, Ibr THOU, BUT I. Eeeo for one of us my ovra ' cup, aad eat this bitter bread, tears upon thy face been shed, <4 dropped oa mine; if I oiooo &ow, thy spirit would have known b <y?imv ^eet aat tread thy feet had bled |ftfeaad for mine mad* Hot ia vain, Bhp. though mice weep; Tiou h&dti the peace, an<tifiSi^i ?Philip Bourke Mars to a. ' ?? A Brother's Keeper. i fours SARI OF LOYE ifiD DOTL ST XilT SAWWSLt CATH2RW00D, assxob op -qfuqtjz o' doofi," "suphb* GiKhbxx," "'Tss Lojtb Man's CimC ahd Ozhsb Sroaaea. v " "But I never wanted to talk about our relative positions. The sight of him made me shuddering siok. You don't know how horrible it first seemed tome that I should ' feel so toward my own brother. So it went on until he was sent to prison for a long time I think he has been pardoned out; t!6 fcme would not expire for years. Do jou know I was very glad they sentenced him! Thorney and I drew so...

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 August 1888

w THE NEWS AND HERALD. ! ^ i WDJNSBORO, S. C. p. 3T. BRICE, ) > Proprietors. J. Q. DAVIS, I P. M. URICE, : : : Editor Wednesday, Angrnst 8, : : : 1888 uuk standard-bearers. FOR PRESIDENT : GROYER CLEVELAND, OFXEIV YOEK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT : ALLEN G. THURMAN, OF OHIO. Fairfield Still Honorable. The Greenville News says: Major Duncan had twenty-two votes in the Democratic Congressional Convention and Colonel Ferry eighteen. The comity of Fairfield sent eight delegates^ 'ho held the balance of power, u i nrrVwere determined to beat the primary plan. First to Perry and then to Duncan the eight votes were offered, on condition that the nomination should be made by convention. Both men rejected the offer. "We do not know where the News got information, that the eight votes had been offered both to B^LDuucan on condition that H Mj^^houkl be made by the TnSftiSaW legation notmuatiotjftto prevent a pris^all ^* -T 1 ^^fjjjHappBMicr&uie means iuu nicy false that their votes were offered...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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