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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 19 September 1888

INTELLIGENCE. Y/c&re&fcr. ? -ricmlor 19, : * 188B. ... .1 .;v?- ' v Strayed?J. I). }u~rtin. Zsct;?F. V.*. Habcuiolit. Stroke?J. Gvooseiicl <fcCo. A I^ctiuosi?Ccntr r & Clarke. (> : the Jlou-.i?J. .T. Crori'j & Cc. Of KfiniOV&l??. YYoIife. IT. V:r. Jvlxs-LIqtrd raint-Sca Ad. Y/niilctf? J- W. Powell, :<IostlceIlo, S. C. Another Victory?vj. i;-. vyi-iiiora A Co. Citiiiioi' -J. A. Illnnast, Judge oi Probate. Ocr Buyer?MeMaster. Brice & Kcioiiln. X. ) ?Head new udverti$ca:e2:ts oniric foarth pages. --Etrerytotfy vIjo r.Ue<uled the I;:s>L j c.ijoyed i , au<l approve of iret-j r.p anoLlir next yer.r. J ?I:. IT. ] . w.-.-ir'.ntv : tj cum 5.t'.c bead i . tv.-cs?y ss. For >aiebySTcIla-is ci KetcL:.?. ! ViiGrCii S '):Z aysii.-> "'nc,i i >.onos: lbs ?ow:> cottnc"! lo remove the v/ct d which c a-jost to take the str.et. --The :ri" s'yjt by -Jr. V/. IS. Yarbor$ r;o :line &icc, aaUe? a ims-; appivii- ;** ?>:?, 1so xar improved us 10 bo o...

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. — 19 September 1888

?Mi????????? THE FURY OF THE FLOODS. THE LATEST ALL fAROUND NEWS ABOUT THE FRESHET. The Congaree Falling?Damage Around 4>ruau xviver cnoge?lernuie tuv Farmers in the Swamp?Anjjusta's Stw^t* Submerged and Business sii#pentk'?l? Travel and Telegraphic Communication Interrupted?No Trains to Augusta or Greenville. ? - (From the Columbia Daily Kecord, Sept. 12.) The disastrous work of the floods has been the talk of the city and while the ruin around Columbia has been very great, it has not prevented our people from looking beyond to the destructive work of the waters that has been going on throughout the State and across the Savannah. While the real condition of Augusta has not lx-eu known in the city, and it remains for The Hecord to tell it, much sympathy has seen ielt lor our neighbors across tiienvcr. TELEGRAPH AND TRAVEL INTERRUPT KD. No trains have been run from this city on the Columbia and Greenville road fur the last twenty-four hours. The track is covered with water from Mo...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 26 September 1888

^a mmW*^?mb^HBMM? ?^__K?n?wmmmmmmm?Mmamnaua VOL XLY. WINNSBORO, S. G., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1888? * ~ ^ N<xj>. - ? 1 ;; ; ,.t ;t , ALL CHAINS CAN BE BROKEN. DR. TALXAGE'S PBRVID SERMON AT THE BROOKLYN TABERNACLE. Gambling, Drinking, Smoking, Infidelity, Unclean lines*, Avarice and Irreliglon Are All Links In the Chain of Sin Which Shackles the Mind and Soul. An unusually large congregation attended the Brooklyn Tabernacle Sunday. The Bev. Dr. Talmage never preached with greater vigor. He took for his text, Ezekiel vii., chap. 23, "Make a chain." Having spoken of the * ' * a A_ 3 many uses to vmcu cnams were aaapiea sndits symbolic character, * the golden chains that were used as gems of honor in older ages, he said: "What I wish to impress upon myself and upon you is the strength in right and wrong directions, of consecutive forces, the superior power of a chain of influences above one influence, the great advantage of a congeries of links above one link, and in sH family ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 26 September 1888

THE SEWS AND HERALD, j WIXSTSBOHO, S. C. jp. 21. snzcs, ) > PaOFEiaTOKS. Q. DAVIS, i P. 31. 5Si;:CE, : ? : : : iJdito Wednesday, September 26, : : 18S8' ffVli STAXDASD-BEAEES5 XOR PII ESI DENT : eilOYSR CLEVELAND, OFX EW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT : ALLEN G. THURMAN, OF OHIO. KOU CONGRESS? FOURTH DISTRICT: W. II. PERRY, of GreeuAiiie. Complaints Asaiust the Frtaary. Complaints against the primary are quite as frequent in the State at present as were the demands some years since for its establishment. In Newberry eouuty ex-Senator Sligh, who was defeated tor the Senate by Gen. Y. J. Pope, makes charges of corruption, in that minors, Itadicals, Tw?rsrj:is voted OiiU UbUWl ;'v. ? in sufficient numbers to defeat him. In Laurens, the very hot-bed of the movement, the faith of the advocates of the movement have been considerably shaken, owing to the warmth, ardor and bad feeling engendered by the primary, although there is no charge of corruption made. In Marion the friends of Mr. Bigham...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 26 September 1888

a-nr-i ?/ ,. a?a? itt rrrrnBr<n7r.vrrrrtiM,rr?i^nm^e LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. " - -v.. Wednesday, September26, : * 1888. Tkhmsof THE NKVTS AND IIERALO.? Trl-wctkly edition, three dollars per anr.um. in advance. Weekly edition, one collar and lifty cents per annznn, in advance. icatl-i* vok Ai>vesT!3i>g.?(>ue dollar p *r u.'-Vj r<olid iiiinion) for the firs: insertion, fifty cents j>cr inch f??r each suls-r )U. ?i i?isertion. These rates apply to :'. i\. .?? every character, ana are r> ^!\ in advance. Obituaries n rr';i>u? ;s t?f art* cwrctHi ior as a ivi Marriage notices, an.-i .si of tlfKlh*. xn- pubIv. .: f.ve, i.n:i r.re solicited. Liberc-iterc^ j f cotuiaeS a?'vurtlvjuents. i N'ow Aslverilscmonrji. Notice?James Pagan. For Sale?jtfcCarley & Co. Arrived?Center & Clarke. Tills Week?J. J. Gerig & Co. Take Notice?ilacaula y & Co. Millinery-Mrs. J. D. McC&rley. Competition?McMaster, Brice & Kite a-1 in. I Purely a Mercantile Fight?D. A. j iie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 26 September 1888

JN THE POLITICAL SWIM. Who Was Gossiped About in Public Resort* L&rtt Night. (New York Star, September 21.) A thickset man, with black hair and eyes and drooping mustache, with diamonds sparkling on his cravat and left hand, sat at a table in the Hoffman House cafe last evening in earnest conversation with Hallet Kilbourne of Washington and Joseph Newitter, at one time a Consul at one of the Japanese ports. The thickset man was John F. Chamberlin, the wellknown restaurant keeper of Washington, and he was giving his listeners the benefit of his views on the outlook for the national candidates, based on an extended inquiry . among public men at the National Capital. | "I tell you," said he, as he emphasized the remark by bringing his fist down on the table, "Cleveland is sure of re-election. There isn't one chance in a thousand against It. He deserves it, because he is the greatest President that ever lived in the White House, and I don't bar Washington or Jackson, either. The Dem...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 3 October 1888

S . ~ =============== YOL. XLV. WINNSBORO, S. 0., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1888. NO. 10. MM CURSED WITH GOLD. TAJLKAGE SCORBS THOSE WHO BEMD BENEATH THEIR WEALTH. Tiey Would Take Every Cent with Them, Buy Up Half of Heaven and Rent It Oat ?Loans at Two Per Cent, a Month and Corners in Harps and Trumpets. The Brooklyn Tabernacle was crowded Sunday when the Bev. Dr. Talmage preached on "Superfluities a Hindrance." For his text he took Chronicles, xx,, 6 and 7: "A man of great stature, whose fingers and toes were lour and twenty, six on each hand and six on each foot; and he also was the son of a giant. Bnt when he defied Israel, Jonathan, the son of Shimea, David's brother, slew him." "The race of giants is mostly extinct, lam glad to say," said the reverend preacher. "There is no use for giants now exoept to enlarge the income of museums. But there were many of them in olden times. Goliath was, according to the Bible, eleven feet four and a half inches high. Or, if yon do not believe th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 3 October 1888

THE NEWS AND HERALD. 'XlSXSBOiiQ, S. C. r. Jtc. 2SHICE, ) V Fsorajaroia. J. Q. UJLF1S, ) F. 21. li&lCE, : : ' : : Jttito ! Wednesday, October 3, : : 2888.1 cfCS. ST A X D ASJD-BIIARER5 | FOR PRESIDENT : 'JSOVEB CLEVELAND, Or NEW YOIUC. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT : ALLEN G. TALISMAN, OF OHIO. SOU CONGRESS?FOURTH DISTRICT: W. H. PERKY, of GreenAille. We OziRht to 55eip. Four years ago the Democratic iNauoaai uomauitce issuvu ikn for a papular'subscription of money to defray the necessary and proper expenses of the campaign and the appeal was cot made in vain. At that time the funds of the committee had been ,-educed to the ioweat ebb, aud they had not means to defray their weekly office expenses. Shortly alter the appeal was sent out money began to come in in small sum3 from all directions, so that the committee were enabled to carry forward their work to a triumphant conclusion. The conditions were the same when the committee made its recent appeal to the country. The large subscriptions...

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

;r : : ... .. niwy... UI . ...... LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, October 3, : : : IS So Tmtats ok TheNzws asu IIkbauj.? Tri-weekly edition, three do!lavs per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, one dollar and fifty cents per annum, in advance. Kates *"on Adykktisixg.? One dollar ? minion) for the 5rst iiuer fifty c cr.ls per men io r eacu su.^ so : :11 -oil. These Rites apply U> a i v v-, =<f nvorv character, hi;u are r? >: hb- >*riH5v iv. ?<fvasce. Obituaries ?, f'-.vsw-et .ire charged for as z .vi r:5s-::.ilarriasje notices, a;i;i s ;tj:!.'.t;j.vr;;v:.ts of are jusb?re*r, xii?i aresoliciiM. Liijv'nillemts ?>r onir-fit advert isenieuts. Adveriljiism^ar*. Farnifcure?E. "W. Phillips. For Sale?J. C. Caldwell & Co. Oar Prices?Connor & Chandler. New Store?Maoaulay & Turner. Application?W. II. Kerr, C. C. P. Grand Opening Days?J. J. Gerig & Co. Citation?J. A. Hinnant, Judge of Probate. Call at the Winusboro Bakery?G. A. "White. Zjuxi] ZrloSii. ?Court adjo...

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

BIG ELECTION BETS. A CHANCE FOR REPUBLICANS TO STAKE THEIR MONEY. Odds Offered on Cleveland?What Quay Says In Private?Colored 3tfen Turning Democrats?Tariff Reform Growing. (Correspondence Philadelphia Times.) New Yoke, Sept. 24.?The announcement of a big bet on the result of the national political contest or the serious offer of a responsible man to make one creates more comment here and is received as pos sessing more significance than the oracular utterance of leading statesmen of either party. This evening in the St. James HotoJ, among a throng of political wranglers, it was mentioned that the night before, in Brown's famous chop house, a son of Phil Armour, the Chicago millionaire, had offered to bet $5,000 even that Harrison would be elected. Instantly Joseph K. Rickey, of Fulton, Mo., pulled from a pocket a certified check for $8,000 on the Madison Square Bank of this city, and exclaimed: "1 will give $50 to any man who will bring young Armour here and induce him to repeat wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 10 October 1888

r*1' ' =. VOL. XLY. WINNSBORO, S. C , WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1888. NO, 11. y ?????Mjgggg THE RAIN IN THE SPOUT. Th* cabin's still thar by Sycamore Click, fa' da ares' spot on th' yearth, Bat* th* roof's fell In, V the lalchstring's gone, *Nsilence is roun* th' berth; YiS many a night naaf 'at roof I've I. "When on'y a leetle chap, K. *K heerd th' rain in th' old eave-spot Goin': Drop, drip, drop. In Drip, droppity, drap. Oh, how I loved th' drizzily nights (Thongh th' drizzily days was bes\ Fori couldn't plow erhoe in the flel'), When I climed to roos' 'a to res', Up thar with th' shingles olus to my head. Through -which th' rain 'nd slip. Bnt what was that to the ole eave-spout Goin': Drap, drippity, drap, Drop, drappity, drip? *N 'en when I growed to a great big boy 'N fell inter love bed firs', *N got yanked out by a rival o' mine, 'N my heart was thumpin' to burs', ^ X thortl never 'ud sleep agin, 'N 'spected all night to flop, My grief caved in when the ole eave-spout Went: Drl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 10 October 1888

THE NEWS AND HEBALIX_ WiXXSBOHO, S. C. p. sr. JssivE, ) v Paoptueso-as. Q. OA VIS, > P. M. BRICS, : : : t Bdito n?f.-vHa?1rt IRftfli ITCUHCSUO), Wviuuvi XV, . - j TUfs Trust aad the Tariff. j It is very fortunate for tbe farmers | of the United States that the cotton bagging trust has chosen I he presen t timeto play Its pranks. It makes 110 difference to the purchaser whether an iucrease of prices is caused by the prevention of foreign competition through a tariff, or the throttling of home competition by trust. In either ? Tr.r\r,nrv?Jr ic CPf>nrPf5 ! ftllli the CAOV/ a. tuvi4v?;vi; ?v vv*7 characteristic of a monopoly is that one man enjoys it and another man pays for it. A year ago, when there was free competition in the manufacture of bagging, the price was brought down, through competition, to seven and eight cents. Then came the "combine," and farmers must pay twelve and fourteen cents for the protection of "home labor," while they themselves get no more for their own 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. — 10 October 1888

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, October 10, : : : 1883 .\?>w Ati /!fr:iwmenfa. Notice?Stephen Gibson. New Arrivals?S. S. Wolfe. Everything?J. J. Gerig & Co. Ia a Few Days?D. A. Hendrix. Don't Yon Cry?Charles Muller. Soiling ilapidiy?Caldwell & Raff. ?->_ - * u:- / Vnfop Xr. Plartft. J? SLSQKHiilUiC Uwuo-vv?tv. ? Store Remodeled?J. AI. BeatT & Co. The Grand Depot?Q. D. Wiiliford & Co. Land Sale?J. A. liiunant, Judge of Probate. Sheriff's Sale?Jno. D. McCarley, S. F. C. Tax Notice?James Q. Davh, County Treasurer. I? 4-..1S Btit-f*. ?Now is the time to sow oats. ?Dr. ? Aiken is having his etore painted. ~ ! ?Cotton commands 9? to 9? cents on the market. ?There are only two prisoners in jail at present. ?Bead the new advertisements on or\/-l -fXnrth nacres. tliV OCWX1U ttiiu AV f?g ??Mr. It. M. Haey is having additional shelving put in his store. ?The fire engine was out for prac~ lice on Friday and was found to work ^ -J- satisfactorily." ggrfP ?Select a few acres ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 10 October 1888

???mmmammam THE CANAL-BCAT CAMPAIGN. ItWiU Be the Most Fxtensive Expedition Ever Known in Our Politics. (New York Star, Oct. 4.) The Democratic political excursion i which was referred to in the Star yestcr day, and which starts from Buffalo re.v Monday, will be the most extensive expe dition ever known in the history of Amen can politics. Nothing of its kind haever before been attempted. Ex-Mayor Thacher of Albany is the promoter of tbtplan. The intention is to speak down thr great water artery of this State, the Eric Canal, and to Are with enthusiasm the entire country. Two of the most eloquent and effective speakers in the field, ConffTMsmsn "R f! Rrftrkinridce of Arkansas and Hod. 'Henry B. Clifford of New York, are the orators who are expected to hold up the reputation of Democracy in the many joint debates tbat will be the or der of the day. The most daring challenges to debate o:. the tariff question are issued and the flower of the Republican party in the State of New York w...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 17 October 1888

- ----- ^ VOL. XLY, WINNSBORO, S. 0, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1888. NO. 12. ? ^ I ? Mil II IM ?nam HIM MAN'S GREATEST EXPLOITS. . DR. TALMAGB TELLS HOW ALL MEK MAY BECOME HEROES. They May Not be Great Generals, or Statesmen, or Inventors, bat They Slay Save a Man or a Woman or a Child?The Terrible Perils of Friendless Girls. jv _a -ii?a. at.^ 'l'ne congregation inas sitenus mo Brooklyn Tabenaale turned out in large numbers Sunday to hear the sermon of theBev. Dr. Talmage. He chose for his subject: "The three greatest things to do." His text was Daniel xi. 32: "The people that go know their God shat be strong, and do exploits." ? Having spoken of the wars entered into in past ages by Antiochus Epiphanes against the Jews, and the stout resistance of the latter and their many great exploits, ne went on to nx^?m? what an exploit Tas. "An exploitable add, "would define to be a heroioaeti a brave feat, a great achievement. Well,' you say, 'I admire such things, but there is no chance fcr me...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 17 October 1888

V. TilE XaiVS AND HERALD. iwrrr.-T^' . a ' W1NNSB0E0, S. C. P.M.BUICE, ) y l'E0p;aaT0?c5. J. Q. DAVIS, I P. JL 3RICE, : : : : lkl;to Wednesda}*, October 17, : : : 188B ?>CK STANDARD-I5KARK -V> FOR PRESIDED r : GROYER CLEVEL VM), OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT : ALLEN G. THURMAN, OF OHIO. FOR CONGRESS?FOURTH DISTRICT: \V. II. PERRY, of Green Ailie. L?uon itlif from SJooks. As a correspondent of this paper g recently suggested, unless " Wiunsboro ^ and Fairfield wish to be squeezed out y like an orange, they will have to have another railroad," or words to that effect. ^ ; To one who seriously considers this 4 question the words of the correspondent quoted above will come with . | peculiar force, for to all such it is evident that wo must do something in j that line unless we want to calmly dry up and die, and we hardly want Fto do that. Now let us look at this railroad question in the light of taxation as assessed upon this county. In another! column may1! he seen figures take...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 17 October 1888

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday. October 17, : - 1838. NVw Adverti?cment.%. The Boom? D. Lauderdale. Election Notice?J. W. Ilanahan. j Election Notice?Henry N. Obear. j Important Notice?D. A. Ueuurix. i Clerk's Sales?W. II. Kerr, Clerk. { Sheriff's Sales -J. D. McCarlev,! S. F. C. For the Toilet?McMaster, Brice & j Ketchin. The Methodist Conference?Connor & Chandler. Vmv is Your Time?McMaster, Brice & Ketchin. Our Canvasser.?Mr. J. S. McCreight will canvass the county in the interest of The News and Herald. He will receive subscriptions and orders for job work, and is authorized to receipt for any money for this paper. 1> -t-ai Eri.fi. ? See our Henrietta Cloths (all wool silk warp), 46 inches wide. Wei will sell at 92?c. D. A. IIexdrix.* ?The Italian Band, of Charlotte, 2*. C., will famish the music for the gerraan at the armory on October 13. ?The managers of State and Federal elections have been appointed and their names may be found in another column. ?If you take J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 17 October 1888

TALKS OX TARIFF. A DISCUSSION OF NATIONAL POLITICS AT THE STATE CAPITOL. The First Campaign Meeting Ordered by the Democratic 8tate Executive Committe?Good Speeches from Congressman Mansar and Senator Batler. (From the Columbia Daily Record, Oct. 13/ The throng that filled the Opera House last, on the occasion of the addresses of Senator M. C. Butler and Congressman Charles H. Mansur, -would have gladdened the heart of the biggest minstrel monarch in the country. It seemed as if the Democracy of the State had concentrated its forces there. The meeting was a complete success in every particular. While the regret at the absence of the other expected speakers was universal, the crowd weie thoroughly entertained. The meeting lasted only two hours and a half. CANNONADING AND SKYROCKETING. Main street was thoroughly enlivened early in the evening by the immense crowds that clustered here and there and sauntered to and fro. The Capitol grounds were litghted with fire works and from the Col...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 17 October 1888

\ NEWS AND HERALD s y SUPPLE! Is/T. E N" T . IL . mmmmmmmmrnummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrnm MI??? ? y ?' - * Vacation. O worker, weary with tby work, Wora wltb the dally strife, Who knoweth that succesB lt? vain, That dreams fade out of life, Onto thv mnlliftr'a Imurt fnr runt Deep as thy childhood's ule^p, Her tired olilldren safe aud clone Thy mother yet can keep. For still 'tis true, as lu thosq days AJUUK OI 111;IU HUU HUUg, Calm Nature gr?at all mother is, With love and memoty long. Find then, tliou canst, on Nature's heart This solaoe tor thy pain? The Joy that blossoms with the grass. The glad news of the grain, The happy breaking into song Of brook, and bird, and bee, And on the wind that lifts the wave And bends the willing tree. On silent pools beneath the hills, Where qulot shadows lie, On wa$*raswift and changing hue Let tell thy line and fly. Let thy heart dance with dauolng leaves, And with the pattering rain? 8o?halt thou find, though day decline, yby childhood's rpst again...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 17 October 1888

# _ PIEliMOMT Ailt.vliWK i RICHMOND AND DANVILLE U.K. SOUTU CAROLINA DIVISION. Condensed Schedule In Effect September 30, 1888. TRAINS HUN BY 75T.II MERIDIAN TIMH. North Bound. No. 81. No. 53. Lv. Charleston (vinS.O.lUt.) 6.10p.m. 7.00a.m. Lv. Augusta.'.. 5,55p.m. 8.30a.m., Lv. GranitevUiej ' 0.63p.m. 9.09a.m. Lv. Trenton, 7.27p.m. 9.45a.m. Lv. Johnston's 7.52p.m.10.02a.m. Lv. Columbia, 10.l5p.m.l2.36p.m. *jv. u.iinuuiu, iz.a 1 ft.111. iJ.]3l).lll. Lv. Chester 1.41ft.m. 3.23p.m. Lv. Kofekllijl, 2.'39ft.m. 4.08p.m. ?r* ClmrlottOi 4.0Ch.i)i. 0.15p.m. Ar. baHsbury, ; ?.22ft.m. 7.05p.m. * gftens^oro. 8.00a.m. 8.40p.m. Ar .Richmond, 3.30p.m. 6.15a.m. 4r? Washington, 7.36p.m. 7.00a.m. ?I' a,S?wowV t- 9.20p.m. 8.25a.m. Ar. PhUKdolphla. 3.00a.ui.l0.47n.m Ar. Nqw York, 0.20a.m. 1.20p.m. Soutli Bound. N0. 52. No. 50. f-v- NCV York, 4.30p.m. 12.15nfit. f1 t> i*!1 0.57p.m. 7.20ft.m I |V llolfimAVA Iff. r -.*7 ?. W f.tou.in Lv.WashlnRWn ll.OOp.m. ll.24a.ni, Lv. lUcriimpml, 2.30n.ni. 3.l0p.m L...

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