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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 8 August 1888

| LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. F Wednesday, August 3, . : : : 1333 I AXNOIKCEXEMSFOR SHERIFF. H. Yongu'e Milling, li. E. Ellison. FOR CLERK OF COURT. K. II. Jennings, J. Le^re Wardlaw, W. 11. Kerr, \ II. M. Zearly. 1 FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER. I J no.Boyd, S. R. Johnston, I J as. Douglass, Ilenrv L. Duke. ,-w FOR PROBATE Jl/DGE. j . Jno. A. Uinnant. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. r- J as. L. Richmond, John A. Stewart, II. A. Glenn, J. Turner Stewart, John S. Catbcart, . John Hollis, U. C. Trapp, Chas. A. Abcll, B. E. Lvles. FOR SENATOR. I . Tho?. W. "Woodward. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. 9 J as. B. Turner, Thomas C. McKinstry, Oamnml W. Buchanan, rJohn D. Har risen, W. S. Ilall. kou supervisor of registration. Jno. W. Smart, .Tames Pagan, Chas. Jj. Kefo. for trial Justice. Jas. B. Stevenson. for county auditor. W. F. Jackson, I. N. Withers,; W. W. Crosby. for county treasure liHi James Q. Davis^ Milling. for jury commissioner. ? Jno. II. Neil, V W. A. Smith. ! for coroner. Geo. S. Hmnant, j Thos. W. Scruggs...

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

GOLD BROUGHT TO LIGHT. RICK NEW FIELDS RECENTLY DISCOVERED IN MICHIGAN. A Company Strikes a Rich Bed of Ore~ Exclteinent In the Neighborhood?Value of the Quartz Found?Thousands of Dollars Thrown Up by a Single Blast. Ishpeming, Mich., July 29.?Captain Williom U TaViwaaw a! T ftlrA Qnvva. nnn;ii xa. tr%/JLLUDUii9 ui tuc xia&c kjuy^riorlron Company's gold mine, came into town last night. He drove in, and in the buggy he brought several bags. These bags were full of rocks and their arrival created the biggest kind of a sensation. They were placed on exhibition this morning, there being nearly four hundred pounds of quartz, each pound containing from $2 to $75 worth of virgin gold. The rock was blasted from the bottom of the Lake Superior gold shaft, seven miles west of Ishpemicg, Thursday night. The shaft is only twenty feet deep, but several pockets of rich goldbearing quartz have already been found there. At the bottom of the shaft., where the gold came from, the quartz vein is l...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 15 August 1888

?._ - A VOL. XLV, WINNSBORO, S. C., WS^ESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1888. \ j}V ' NO. 3. .jg " ' " naming 1 tul' Til? ftHA AIT TnniTKD }mentontbestearashfpCityofLcm??Branch,- ^ ? ?- *;? -'" " --i;'.->S f\A Brother's Keeper. "1 fours IKS OF IOYE iSD DDT!. XT MAET SABTWXLL CATHESWOOD, JUitjiob or "Obaqux o' Doom," "Stbphbh Guthbxx," "Ths Lojtk Man's Cxsrx," ass Othxb Stories. - " Does he look as he used to, father?" u I scarcely noticed. I knew it was Thane White. The muscles of his face look exposed, and twitched." " It must have been you he meant when he told me there was somebody in the neighborhood he wanted to avoid." " If he saw me as I ordinarily go he did not recognize me to-night until I turned on him. What did he do with you when he lanaea in wo ou?k? < "He must have put Thome; and me in that orphan asylum at Pittsburgh. He has BL been in prison often. Did. you know that, W lather?" M Yes, I hunted him up behind the bars, and he repeated to me on oath that you K were dead, You we...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 15 August 1888

inTh A L I >. P^^\VL\TXSBORO, S. c. p. ar. biz ice, ) > PjiOPUIBTORS. j. q. davis, 1 P. 3r. BIIICE, : : : Iklitor j Wedaesdi}", Ausrnst 15, : - : : 1888 oCB STANDARD-BEAKERS FOR PRESIDENT : GROYER CLEVELAND, orxuw" YOICK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT : ALLEN G. THURMAN, n v nnro Reasoning Quickly (?) by t:?e WayHide. Tho Columbia Agister, in its issue of the 11th insL, devotes nearly three columns to the Fairfield delegation in the Laurens Convention, and therein seeks to prove that this delegation endeavored to "beat Perry and punish Richland," and does not accord to the delegation that sincerity of purpose which is consistant with honest dealing. "Let us reason together quickly (?) by the wayside." As has been previously stated, the Fairfield delegation went to Laurens for the double purj>ose of preserving the political equilibrium ot the conn ties, and also for the purpose of securing byhonorablo and legitimate means the nomination of General Brattoh* The delegation had no war to ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 15 August 1888

L'/CAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, August 15, : : : lo8i> AXJiOUXCESXENTS. V FOK SHERIFF. - ^ I{. Yongae Milling, \jt. E. Ellison. FOIi (JLKiiiv Ut ii i. II. Jennings, J. Lewis Wardlaw, ^'W. 11. Kerr, H. M. Zealy. FOK SCHOOL COMMISSIONER. J no.Boyd, _S. K. Johnston, J as. Douglass, Henry L. Duke. FOK PUODATE JUDGE. Jno. A. Hinnant. FOK COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Jas. L. Richmond, John A. Stewart, - ' II. A. Glenn, J. Turner Stewart, John S. (Jatbcart, John Hollis, rr r\ rn.. U.Vy. Aia^p, Cbas. A. Abell, B. E. Lyles. FOR SENATOR. Thos. W. "Woodward. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. sx J as. B. Turner, " Thomas B. McKinstry, Osmund W. Buchanan, John D. Harris? n, FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION. Jno. W. Smart, James Pagan, Cbas. L. Refo. FOR TRIAL JUSTICE. Jas. B. Stevenson. FOR COUNTY AUDITOR. W. F. Jackson, I. N. Withers, >Y. W. Crosby. | ; FOR COUNTY TREASURER. James Q. Davis, Andrew Y. Milling. FOR JURY COMMISSIONER. Jno. II. Neil, W. A. Smith. FOR CORONER. Geo. S. Ilinnant, ; Thos. W. Scruggs. |-...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 15 August 1888

DONOVAN'S LEAP TO DEATH. THE FAMOUS BRIDGE JUMPER MEETS HIS FATE IN ENGLAND. He Sprang from Hungirford Bridge, London, Only to Terminate His Reckless Career?He Eclipsed All Until Matthew Uyrne Beat His Record Last Friday. (New York Star, Aug. 8.) Fearless Lawrence M. Donovan, the bridge jumper, has made his last jump. The following cablegram, received at the Police Gazette office yesterday, tells the sad story of his death: "London, Aug. 7.?Larry Donovan this iLoiuiug jumped from Huogerford Bridge and was drowned. G. W. Atkinson," Lawrence Donovon, or "Larry," as he was familiarly called by his friends, seemed to know no fear. He first gained notoriety by jumping from the Brooklyn Bridge on August 28,1886, eclipsing Steve Brodie'a famous drop by about fifteen feet. Larry was born at No. 55 Frankfort street, New York, twenty-six years ago. His parents, who were natives of the Green Isle, gave him a fair education. The young man, while dutiful, managed to have his own way a good deal....

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 22 August 1888

. -,'-* -_ YOL. XLV, WINNSBORO, S. C,, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1888. ~? ] NO. 4, TALMAGE W TEE SOUTH. "AND HTK WAS ANGRY, AND WOULD MOT GO IN." Thc_8?lf Congratulatory. Self Satisfied, Full of Faults. Two Kinds of Higher*tuS fieff-iietorned Prodlgali. Atlasta, Ga., Aug. 12.?The Rev. T. De Witt Talmage, D. D., of Brooklyn, is in this region. He has spoken several times at the great Piedmont Chautauqua, and his public appearances are attended by vast multitudes everywhere. Preaching from the text (Luke xv, 28) "And ha was ansrv and would not go in," he said: Is the elder son of the parable so unsympathetic and so cold that he is not worthy of recognition? The fact is that we ministers pnrsne the younger son. You can hear the flapping of his rags in many a sermonic breeze, and the cranehing of the pods for which he was an unsuccessful contestant. I confess that for a long time I was unable to train -camera obeoura upon the elder son of the parable. I never could get a negative for a phot...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 22 August 1888

HiK NK^S AND HEKALlV"WiXNSBOSO, S. C. -P? ?I. BBIVB, ) / y raopiUETC)jt3. v<r. 0. DAVIS, i p. M. sarnu. * y Wednesday, August 22, : : : 1888. OCR STAND ARD-REARERS FOR PRESIDENT : GROYER -CLEVELAND, OF SEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT : ALLEN G. THURMAN, OF OHIO. Oar Future. We livj iu a grand and glorious country, stretching as it docs from the stormy Atlantic in the East to the bine Pacific in the West, and from the snncapped hill-? of Maine to the orange groves of Florida. In the union of States composing this glorious land there is no brighter star than the old Palmetto State, and with due deference to the claims of other counties, no more prosperous county than old Fairfield. It is true that our prosperity in the past has not been what it / ghcul^h&ve been, but we have in the present*Vhe key of the future, and W f when we\?agac?&e post with the ? ' presented the hopes of the fnturtv we feel that we voice the sentiment of our county when we say that all should be proud th...

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

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ~ Wednesday, Ansmst 22, : : 188 Teems OF THE NEWS AXD HEEAH). Tri-weekly edition, three dollars -per a num, in advance. Weekly edition, o] dollar and fifty cents ver annum, in a vance. Kates for Advertising.?One dolli p-:r inch (solid minion) for the first inse tion, ami Ofty cents per inch for each sul si jut-lit insertion. These rates apply t a-ivei-tioou.oiils of every character, and ar p : v":ib!e sirU-tiy in advance. Obituark ; ! tribut .*s of"re?]?ect are charged for a alv?rtjt=i'Uw lits. Marriage notices, am s announcements of deaths, are pub isi:e<i frr<-. and are solicited. Liberal term: f .r com: act advcrfcispmor.tc V'v' Ailv?rtig?men?. For Sale?W. H. Flenniken. Tbe American Queen?Winusboro Wagon Co. Board Wanted?J. C. Caldwell, Chm. Board of Trustees. L ".?i rt> i. f?. ?Farmers arc generally laying by. ?Fodder-pulling is the "racket" now. j ?Chicken stealing is somewhat | prevaxcuc now. thr^TT TqQite numem^ ?The price of flour, bacon and lard...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 22 August 1888

v ^ ^ * I ^ GOTHAM ON A BROAD GRET NEW YORK LAUGHS AT THE BLAINE DEMONSTRATION FIASCO. Disappointed Blainiacs Fire Off Their Enthusiasm Before Jimmie Returns?A Few Elegant Specimens of the Political Crank from Wayback?Harrowing Tales of the Tenement?Figuring on Indiana. New York, August 13.?Tlie town has been on a broad grin for a day or two anent the Blaine demonstration fiasco. The man from Maine was exDeeted to reach here on Wednesday morning at the latest, and greti were the preparations made to receive him. Every Blainiac within a radius of 300 miles was diafted into service for the occasion. Vigorous drumming had brought a number of visiting clubs from as far West as Kansas City. Uncle Moneybags Morton was given another squeeze and the brass band and fireworks men reaped a rich harvest. Oa Tuesday a fleet of little steamers cruised about the Bay awaiting the new ocean Leviathan, City of New York, with the White Plume flying from mizzon mast. An all night wait for nothing. Wedn...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 29 August 1888

" * . < I'. ; v: ": ' . -1' j -- ? . f '. * .- * v *?. ' l'- ~~^~~\~-'--j- " - :- ' = __ ? : i?:? . , ' - ' ... ,..._.! t ?YOL. XLV. WINNSBORO^S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1888. , ) NO. 5, __ _____^_M___J ; . . ^ T^rrrr J wnn ?nw TV cotton. I Vnnm TwriHvAlv from General Grant I a defense of th|e bustle. k TBE FARMERS OF THE STATE. 0 WHAT ORGANIZATION AND LEGI^LAW TION HAVE DONE FOR THEM. T A Review of the Pro. islons Slade by the I State for the Improvement and Ad^Nyancement of Agriculture?General Johnson Hagood's Spartanburg Address. At the Farmers' Encampment, held at Spartanburg, General Johnson Hagood delivered the following address: We are to-day assembled to conduct the ?rst State Farmers' Institute held in South Carolina by direct provision of law. Before entering upon the duty, it may not be amiss to recall briefly what 1? Koan rinnA in our State JittO WVM for the advancement of the knowledge and practice of agriculture, as well as to consider the means to the same end no...

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. — 29 August 1888

' \ sps i i j j r?IE NEWS isTi) IIEMLD. wLXNsisjmo, s. c. j/. i: it ice, t > PitOr.tlKTOKd. r. o. D.2F/S, jl P. ML SUIC?5, 'f : l^lllor Wednesday; August 29, : : : lo38. ??{JK STAXPARO-BEAREIW FO'ii IfRE SI DENT : GROYER* CLEVELAND, OFXjEW YORK. FOR Vicfe-PRSSIDBNT : ALLEN /O. THURMAN, (i>F OHIO. Foo^l for Tjioiisht. The Audci/?oa Journal has a strong editorial on} the situation in South Carolina. reproduce it in these columns for tjfre careful consideration of the Democracy: Thoughtful^ aud patriotic citizen.* rcrtv tcp.m niDn&idor and ponder the political tendencies of the day in South Carolina, fcfr to our mind there i;> apparenily iJnmiuent clanger of a disruption ititifcDemocratic party. What would result' from such a disruption is ^ largely a nflattcr of conjecture, but a ^^fc^^oment's reflection, will force the conm c 1 y brier^oicaWhc situation."*" Whereas a sense of security has hitherto 4 ijCe!; j generally felt on account of the fe>0lid front presented by ...

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. — 29 August 1888

> LOCAL INTELLIGENT" Wednesday, August 29, : : 1888 Terms ok The News and LUitAU>.Tri-weekly edition, three dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, on<dollar and fifty cents per annum, in advance. it.vrv> ro\<. Advsktisisc.?<Ono <h?>'ia: p m' iisch i .!i?i miniuii) for tin- first ir.srr t:;?n, and nstv c:-nts per inch f<;r ??u*h s:;bs vjuent These rates apply to a-iv;<rtisi'i* cists of every cuaracu.*r, <u;u tixr r, iui: sf;:t*T:y in advance. Obituarifc? a ;<! tiiliiis .? of"r??]?ect are charged for &> a ivtntU? )sn-i;i>. Afcirnage notices, and s: ?:.? t^.cuuxents of deaths, are pubisi:ed fr?*i:, and are solicited. Liberal tortus f.?r co*:!:a?-L advertisements. ^ COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. S& FOR SENATOR. M TOGS. W WOODWARD. B FOR REPRESENTATIVES. IT JNO. D. HARRISON, TIIOS. B. McKINSTRY, OSMUND W. BUCHANAN. FOR CLERK OF COURT. ROBT. H. JENNINGS. FOR SHERIFF. II. YONGU? MlJLLaiWr. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. JNO. A. STEWART, J. T...

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 August 1888

-r^v'-' . -f' ,rWORK OF WIND AM) WATER DETAILS OF THE RECENT CREAT STORMS IN LOUISIANA. Gradual Increase of the Wind In New Orleans?Damage to the "Water Front and Streets?The Inundation?The Handsome Drive on St. Chariest Street Covered with Debris?Boats "Wrecked?Sugar and Rice Plantations Laid Waste. New Orleans, August 20, via Meridian, Miss.?At 6.30 o'clock on Friday night . a fresh easterly wind set in, which increased in force, accompanied by occasional showers. until 7 o'clock on Saturday morn ing. During the day the wind continued from the eastward, but had so moderated that no attention was paid to it. At 6.30 P. M. the wind again strengthened, and by 2. A. M. Sunday was blowing a gale, which held from the eastward until 3 o'clock on Monday morning, when it yeered to the southwest At 8 A. M. the storm began to lull, and by noon had about ended. EXCESSIVE RAINFALL. The signal service reports the rainfall for twelve hours ending at 7 o'clock Sunday morning at 7.86 inches. The t...

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. — 5 September 1888

VOL. XLY. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1888. NO. ?. J ' i STORIES OF BUFFALO BILL. j The Bngler of Ihe Old Fifth Cavalry Tells Some Anecdotes. (Philadelphia Times, Aug. 29.) Buffalo Bill was watching half a dozen rosy-cheeked, bright-eyed, delighted children romping among the tepees of the Indians in the Wild West camp yesterday afternoon when a tall, wellbuilt man, with a blonde mustache, stepped op to him and said: "Hello, BilL" "How do you do, sir," Colonel Cody courteously replied. "You don't seem to remember me," *.Fm stranger, as a modest, half-smile stole over his handsome face. "No I do not, I am sorry to say." "Did you ever know the bugler of the old Fifth Cavalry?" "Why, is this Bugler Earshaw?" "That's who it is." "Well, put it there, old boy," and as ? BrtflBalcr Bill's" xigtrt h&SEI Shot Out it grasped the hand of the old comrade in the Western country. It was one of the happiest meetings between two men. Kershaw was only seventeen years old when he app...

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. — 5 September 1888

V ' -_V fH8 JOTS AND HERALD. S'lXNSBORO, S. 0. p. air. bhice, i \ I'K0!MIKT>K3. J. Q. DA ns, 1 V. 31. a:tiCK, : : : : IMltO Wednesday, September 5, : : : I BBS. J JU :i STAXDAED-BSARSICS FOK FRJKJDEST : Ci'mSR CLEVELAND, OP NEW VOKK. i?Ott VlCS-^XKSiDSX " : ALLEN G. THURMAN, OFoaio. I Vas 21" itlsbt ? One of the most successful business j men of oar country was well asked, j how he accounted for his wonderful j success and prosperity. He replied, j "By advertisement, and when I say ! advertisement, I do not mean simply j the advertisement of mv own personal j business, bat that of my town, conn- j ty, and State. - j g^Thero arc three lands of pcopje in almost every town, community, or county. One class wlr'ob n^<rht be properly callcd chronic grumtlers or l.tult-lir.dor?, men who never look nu a ;rk side of affairs, and ! ?" who are not only dissatisfied with i themselves, but with everything I around (hem, and believe they live at j u point called "nowhere/7 and where j ^ "no...

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. — 5 September 1888

eanca m?cb? nrtr a? ?a?????? T.'.'UI Twr y ? Tf mrriij Jj ; L> I Aij i. 1*0 JSJ>. * Wednesday, September 5, : ; : 1888 j Warned. K&Ilo? Groesehei & Co. . Ope*:~??Cor-ter & Ciarzs. Look Cat--J. J. Gerig ? Co. "RViv FAoT?>?J. ?L tjJlivtWCji iv Co. Teacher Wanted? J. L. Cauther.. j Hare Ch:u:ce?J. Zi. Beat? & Bro. Application for Charter?G. H. Me- ' faster and Gibers. Frcxn the ilan ufactory?iicMasi r,; Brlce & Ketchin. OfScial Notice?Geo. W. Gage,; Chm. "?:z. Com, GIL Circuit. Lx??Judge J. II. Hudson will preside ; at the approaching term of court. ?On Saturday Mr. Arrowsmith ! had a barbecue d-nuer in the Thespian ilsli, which v, -:- have heard highly commended. ?The Gladdeirs Grove Alliance j ^v. T'M/IC. ! will meet ai mauueu * vtiuh v/.i ?w , day, the lllii of September, at 3. o'clock, P. M. As an appetizer and nerve tonic, iiar-1 reit's Tonic is nnsxirjessed. Try it. For sale by HcMaster, Brice & Ketchin. ;l ?I;1 the second primary there was ; a la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 5 September 1888

??k ' A RUSSIAN COURTSHIP. "Be mine!" said the ardent young Saw_ milegoff. In a voice with emotion quite husky; "My fondest devotion, O please do not scoff, Kaifnka Pojakaroluski!" "Techernyschevsky, my friend," the shy maiden replied, "Your people are noble and rich; Would a GolgusofTs granddaughter be a fit bride For a nephew of Maximovitch?" "I care not a kopeck! 'he said. "In my droshky I have you safe now, and I laugh At the wealth of a Klitkin or Overhauloehki, Gojavnik orPullerzedoff. "You are "worth more to me than the gold of Slugmiski, Brakemupski or Sumarakoff! Kfttinfcn Pojakaroluski, it's risky, But I'm going to carry you off!" And this Is the way the young Sawmilegoff Put an end to all further discussion; Twaa a simpler proceeding to carry her oil Than to go on courting in Russian. GOSSIP FROM GOTHAM. * " TAE TROUBLE THAT WILL ESTRANGE THE IRISH-AMERICANS - From the Republican Party?The Hooaier State Safe for Democracy?Something will Drop on the Padfls Slope in Novembe...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 19 September 1888

' ; "V ; " , YOL, XLY, WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1888. NO. 8. CLEVELAND'S LETTER. THE PRESIDENT 80LDLY DECLARES j FOR REDUCED TARIFF TAXES. "Xo Crusade of Free Trade"?"We Will Not Neglect the Interest# of Labor and Workingmen"?Danger of the Surplus?Free Raw Material Will Promote Employment and Wider Markets?Trusts and Pauper Labor?A Straightforward Deliverance that is Overflowing with Patriotic Sentiment. ? " ?1?i n rnvo. Washington, oepiemuer ?xuo Allowing is the President's latter of acceptance: Washington, September 8, 1888. Hon. Patrick A. Collins and others, committee, etc.: Gentlemen: In addressing to you my formal acceptance of the nomination to the Presidency of the United States, my thoughts persistently dwell upon the impressive relation of such action to the American people, whose confidence is thus invited, and to the political party to which I belong, just entering upon a contest for continued supremacy. The \70rld does not afford a spectacle more subli...

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. — 19 September 1888

reMrfi.nnk'-m** iiro>??*?A T'iifj NEWS AND HEKALdT \ WINSSBOJiO, S. 0. j P. JJr. B3ICE. | P30Pt;:<fT0.^. J ./. ?>. D-lFiTS.. > P. M. SSIGE, : : : : 3:?llto | Wc-unesuar, September IS, : : 1883.! siv.vr>aiti>-i;::A,.cKU4 . yo'.i prssis-SXT: QROVES CLEVELAND, OF NEW VOKK. I FOR V?'J>M,:l:iSiDS.N"r : ALLEN (J. :HUiijdAiST, o* er a. As to "i'ext ciooKs). The State of Examiners, at a recent mcc'tliijr, adopted the county system of text books, that it?, the use in the county oi' a sialic series iii l&e public schools to be >eicctc<l by ihe county boards, 'i'ais secia? to us a step is: the right direction, bill our public school svitetc vrill not attain its highest perfection until we have a singie list, ot' text books for the ivhoie State. The board thinks, however, the pr.cuHr.r conuiuou of 2flairs in this State i'.t present, there bein:* tcachers possessing different capacities and pupils c 1" both ricec, that it would be unwise to adopt ?. uniform system....

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