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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 21 November 1888

THE STATE FAIR. A Good Exhibit in All the Departments? Ka'o Interferes, but the Fair Was a Success. The annual Fair of the State Agricultural and Mechanical Society was held ?n Cuiuinbia, commencing on Monday, the 22th inst., and closing on the following Friday. There was a good attendance every day, though the rain on Wednesday interfered seriously. Thursday was the day of the big crowd. The exhibits were quite up to the standard?those in livestock and ma chinery oeing unusually hne. The Columbia Record gives the following account of the scene on Thursday: At tLe grounds there was a much larger attendance today than on yesterday. Everything is well under way and tne buildings are now alive with their thousands of articles. Yesterday and today have been more or less days of preparation, but the real business of the Fair will begin tomorrow with a rush. In the new buildiDg many articles have been added since yesterday. The field crop exhibit is still incomplete, but is very good as f...

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. — 28 November 1888

'. ? I * ? I I. . - " ? * ' .... ? | VOL. XLV. WINNSBORO, S. C , WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1888. NO. 18. ?^???? TALMAGE TALKS ON TALENT. ^ XT SHOULD BE USED IN ORDER TO BE IMPROVED. The Old Story of the Man Who Intrusted Mosey to his (jemats and Received Interest trom Some of Them?Rewards for the Doll as Well as the Brilliant. The Eev. Dr. Talmage preached to a large congregation in the Brooklyn Tabernacle on Sunday on "Bewards for the dull as well as the brilliant." He took for his text, "Unto one he gave five talents, to another two, and to another one; to every one according to his several ability." Matt xxv. 15. He said: "Many of the parables of Jeeus Christ were more graphio in the times in which he lived than they are now, because eircumstanoes have so much changed. In olden time, when a man wanted to wreak a grudge upon his neighbor, after the farmer had scattered the seed wheat over the field and was expecting the harvest, his avenger would go across the same field with a sack...

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. — 28 November 1888

THE NEWS AND HEfiALD. ft -y^.- mt c= :zrr ? WINXSBORO, S. C. r. ar.itrice, ) V r*KOPKI2T0-tiJ". <?. davis, J P. 31. 3BICE, : : : : IMtlor Wednesday, November 28. : : 1838. Admission of Territories. *-? ' ,|t<% JTCUllOHS arc OCiHg circuiaiuu III lilt territories which are entitled to Statehood bv their population asking Cleveland and Congress to admit these territories as States immediately. This action is now urged by Democratic papers, which note the great failing off of the Democratic vo:e in these territories as an evidence of the fact that the people of these would-be Slates are dissatisfied with the Democratic parly in not taking stops to admit them before. All the territories which have the requisite population and have pursued the proper constitutional plans ought immediately to be admitted to the Union, whether they will vote the Republican or Democratic ticket, but we think the latter party would have little to gain, if the territories should be admitted by them. It l...

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. — 28 November 1888

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, November 28, : * : 1888 > AovrrtiMDieDU. For Rent?DuBose Egleston. Read F. W. Ilabenicht's Ads. Coming?Armstrong Minstrels. Look Oat ? McMaster, Brice & Ketcbin. Don't You Forget ? "Wiunsboro "Wagon Co. To the Members of Conference ? Connor & Chandler. Notice for Fhsal Discharge?John .R. Thomas, Esecntor. ' L f/tif ? The postofiice will be opened on Thursday the same a3 on Sunday. ?The band serenaded Sheriff-elect Milling and his bride on Thursday night. ?The merchants contemplate closing their stores, and having a general holiday on Thanksgiving. ?A premium was awarded to Mrs. H. R. Remedy for her display of chrysanthemums at Charleston. ?A hog drover arrived in town on Monday with a large u amber of hogs, which he^ will doubtless dispose of readily. ?There will be services at Jackson's Creek Church on next Sunday, by the Rev. Mr. McLeese. All are cordially invited to attend. ?JERSEY" FLATS never fail to care any case of Malarial or Bilious...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 28 November 1888

THE SOUTH IN THE SADDLE. Capital Coming in to Ma2ce this Sonny X>aiid Blossom as the Bote. (Baltimore Manufacturers' Record.) Special reports to the Manufacturers' Record from all parts of the South show that since the excitement attending the political contest ended, there is a very general disposition to give renewed attention to industrial matters, and the outlook in all directions points to an almost unprece dented activity in the development of tne Soath's unlimited resources. A larRenumber of the leading bankers of New York and Philadelphia are now in Virginia ?w; ? ? oo ta thp nnrmrtimi JlIGft I1J? lii V uv w ?MV ^ f f ties of heavy investments in that State Work is being pushed on the great iron ship-building yard at Newport News, which will be the 'first enterprise of that kind south of Maryland, and which will doubtless be followed by others still farther South, while negotiations are pending for building another furnace at Lynchburg, and a $300,000 hotel at Richmond. A...

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. — 5 December 1888

" 3 I * ' - ' I. - -' I f VOL. XLV* WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 53 1888. NO, 19. " ~~~ " ' ? ! THEMODEKXCdlLD. | THE GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. IAN EXHAUSTIVE REVIEW OF PUBLIC MATTERS IN SOUTH CAROLINA. S?CBestlons of the Chief Exeeutire to the General Assembly--Th? Various Interests of the State Which the Lawmakers Must tody and Fester. The annual message of Governor John Peter Richardson wan presented to each branch of the General Assembly ? on file 27th nit. It is a document of 28 ? TTk naeos wmlofo wit.h RT1 CffflStionS 5 DO I \ touching the different interests of the /' ?State. We give a synopsis of its statef ments and recommendations. f tttr 6TATB DEBT. The Deficiency Bonds and Stock maturing in July last amounting to $420,Iwere funded in new 4$ per cent, these latter being taken by inin South Carolina. The remaindon of the State debt, which has inded under the Consolidation 1873-78-79, consists of Consol J,161,140.26, Consol Bonds $3,and the Agricultural College k perpetu...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 5 December 1888

THE IS ? W 3 AMD HE HALL'. * ' WINNSBO&O, S. C. r. jr. brice, *) > PsOPxlSTO^i. J. Q. DAVIS, ) P. 31. BHICE, : : : : l;<J"tyr Wedne&l.iy. December : : imi". If til'; pov(> o;r-M.; <-f W ;nn-l>>r.>, who, not 11*0it) any iack of inter ist on their bin sl.-iiply ovvii-si ;o cix*cuiDSLiiuces did no- ?:ike any part in the organization of our cotton fac'orv, will read the follon ijJir from the Charlotte Chronicle, tL--y v.*:!Sse thebneSls to b2 derived by ; hum: Another tiling that .helps the price of cott-.'U here is the presence of il.e cottou mills. Nex* year, when two more mi Us will K; nmninir, ttnsi-Mv will furnish a demand tor <* >:r=??i for home :n.iimt:ic.ui*y t.vtt will ?.va;l. benefit the farmer- of iuo surronndiujf country. Tiie-c fa.-iorie*. the w:iy, also create an additional fk.n.s'd t\?;* the farmers' products, s;k-!i vegetables and meats. Vy'e have heard fanners say t'tjot there was no use in raising .vvg; tables and meats for this marke...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 5 December 1888

I LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, December 5, : * : 1888 Blankets?Mac&ulay & Turner. We Waul Everybody?Cower & larke. ?The factory still booming-. ?The steeple on the Presbyterian urch is undergoing repair;?. ?There will be no service fur St. rbns congregation in Winnsboro, on J I nuu ay. 3B B?The laborers on the new Episcopal H Hhurch ;:!'c putting in some telling Bork <fiis week. j 0?(Jur former- townsman, Mr. J. Ble?ning Brown, is in town shaking Bands with his old friend*. B ?The promoters of tin; cotion By will apply for a charter dating ii?iH Session of the Legislature. B B?JEKSEY Fi#ATS never fail to cure Br1^ Malsriai or Bilious Chilis and B Severs. For sale by McMaster, Briiie & Hieteiii::. 9 ?The town force is at work on the Btreet in front of Judge Neil's rc>iBlenee, leveling the road-bed. ?Mr. A. F. Uuff and family will ... ^.... ika 1 i-f- of _To>il1. IKUUYC IU U'..i IV li vii iuv, jlou v.4 vv?".? by. We extend them a hearty welloine. I ?Mr*. F. ...

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

^^'vrVV-' THE LEGISLATURE. THE BECINNING OF A VERY IMPORTANT SESSION. Ko Time Lost in Organizing the Senate and the -House?All the Incumbent Officers lie-elected- Synopsis of the Proceedings. CoiitTMBiA, S. C., December 1.?The first week of the Session of 1888 has passed -without any event of. importance in the Legislative halls. There is usually not much done the first week. It takes Tuesday and Wednesday to start the business on. Then comes Thanksgiving Day. Od Friday and Saturday many measures are introduced, but none are acted upon?owing to the absence of reports from the committees. Below will be found a synopsis of the proceedings: Senate. This body met promptly at 12, m., being called to order by President j Maul din, who made no remarks except j the simple announcement of the Senate's j readiness for organization. The roll of | Senators was called and answered to their names except Meesrs. Alexander, of Kershaw, Buist, of Charleston, Howell, of Colleton, and Kennedy, of Ches...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 12 December 1888

YOL. XLV, WINNSBORO, S. C , WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1888. NO, 20. THE MESSAGE TRANSMITTED TO CONGRESS BY THE PRESIDENTAN INTERESTING DOCUMENT. REVIEW OF THE COUHTBY FOB AS EUJfDBED YEASS. Pride aud Satisfaction at the Picture ol ? Our Growth and Prosperity?His View* on the Tariff as Balated to an Economical Administration?He Speaks of the Sackville Affair in Sorrowici ierm*. Bis Plans for the Abolishment of Trusts. "Washinqtox, Dec. 3.?President Cleveland's message was presented to Congress to-day. The document contains about ten thousand words. Tte main points touched are herewith given: To the Congress of the United Stales. -* As you assemble for the discharge of the (dutie<you have assumed as the representatives or a free and generous people, your meeting is marked by an interesting and Impressive incident. With the expiration of the present session of the Congress, the first century of our constitutional existence as a nation will be completed. Our survival for one hundred ye...

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. — 12 December 1888

MM? ?a?aa?a?a ??a? THE NEWS AND HERALD. | WETNSBOKO, S. ( *.2l.BRICE, ) >PK0?SIET0R5. tT. 0. DAVIS, I P. 31. 3KICE, : : : : IMitor Wednesday-, December 1?. : : 108o. l>an*er to the Republic. "Rplford's Magazine for November contains an editoiial on "the real danger to the Republic." Il begins with the incontrovertible bat apparently forgotten proposition that our political structure is based on the purity of the ballot. Unless we can sustain the integrity of the ballot we are doomed to a despotism that is not only cruel and oppressive, but is of a nature that defies correction or control. The very ground beneath our feet gives way." Yet it adds that the man who would resent as an insult the proposition even to comit a swindle or aid in a theft will swing his hat with cheers over a a successful criminality of his party. ' An election so-called at a great commercial centre is something openly hideous. Gangs are organized to sell under leadership to the hignest bidder for votes o...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 12 December 1888

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, December 12, : * : 1888 READ THLS! Our canvassing agent, Mr. J. S. Mc Creight, is making a toar of the conn ty and will call upon oar subscriber to solicit renewal subscriptions. H< is authorized to receipt for all dues to this paper and to receive new subscriptions and orders for our job presses If your paper has been coming irregularly please make it known to him and - - - - - - i j the cause will be investigated auu removed if possible. We are constantly adding t> our facilities in the job busi ness, in the purchase of type and ma chinery, and have put our prices dow? at competing rates. When anything is needed in our line give us a chanci and we will make every effort to please both in work and price. Having accepted the agency of a bindery we are prepared to receive orders for binding magazines and oth er pamphlets, and also for rebindin? old but valuable books. Don't forget us. Davis & Brice. ? Wanted?James Q. Davis. To the Public?J. B....

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 12 December 1888

BEAUTY OF THE GOSPEL. DR. TALMAGE DISCOURSES ELOQUENTLY ON D1VINK SCRIPTURE. The Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris Made tie Subjrct of a Striking Comparison?TJie Symbolic Myrrh, Aloes and Caania?Some Rich Metaphor*. At the Brooklyn Tabernacle on Sunday, tli : Rev. T. De Witt Talmage preached an eloquent sermon on <:The Fragrance of the Gospel,5' taking for his +0-5-f "A 11 tV>xr fmrmcnts email r>f TT1 vrrh and aloes, and cassia, out of the ivory palaces."?Psalms 45:8. He said: Among the grand adornments of the eity of Paris is the Church of Notre Dame, with its great towers, and elaborated rose-windows, and sculpturing of the last judgment, with the trumpeting angels and rising dead; its battlement of quarterfoil; its sacristy, with ribbed ceiling and statues of saints. But there was nothing in all that building which more vividly appealed to my plain republican tastes, than thecostly vestments which lay in oaken presses?robes that had been embroidered with gold, and been wo...

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. — 19 December 1888

m "?? , . ' - 7" | VOL, XLV. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1888. ' NO. 21. ? . . - : " ' " " f : ' " A FASH JON ABLE BRIDE. Take my oloak?and now flx my rail, Jenny How silly to cover one's face: Xmight as well be an old woman; Bat then there's one comfort?It's lace. WeiL, what has beoome of these ushers? Oh, Pa. have you got my bouquet? I'll freeze standing h 9re in the lobbyWhy doesn't the organist play? They've started at la jt?what a bustle! Stop, Pa!?they're not far enough?wait! One minute more?now I?do keep step, Pa! There, drop my trail, Jane 1?is it straight? Z hope I look timid and shrinking; The church must be perfectly fullGood gracious! now don't walk so fast, PalHe don't seem to think that trains poll. The ohaneel at last?mind the step. Pal? Z don't feel embarrassed at alL But, my! what's the minister saying? Oh. I know; that part 'boutSt. Paul. Z hope my position is graceful; Bow awkwardly Nellie Dane stood.'? Not lawfully be joined together? Now sneak!''?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. — 19 December 1888

fy*** \ i ?? liiirim THE SEWS AND HERALD. WINNSBOEO, S. C. JP. M. BRICE, ) >- P30PKIBT0K3. y r\ -r\ * vra I C/ ISJJLWjL&y 9 P. 21. 3 RICE, : : : : J Alitor W cdncsday, December 19, : : 1 J>8?. Don't Despair. There is no need whatever to despair of the Republic or of the Democratic party. It is uncomfortable indeed to feel that one has been basted from the nape of the neck to the sole of the foot, bat the bruises are after all only superficial, and the Democratic heart and Democrat constitution are strong and sound as ever. UCl US wua il J1U1C 11IIU IWIO liianvi In 1868 the Democrats carried NewYork and New Jersov. In 1872 they lost practically everything. In 1874 they swept the country. In 1876 they elected Tilden by a handsome vote, aad were cheated. In 18S0 Hancock was wofallv beaten, losing New York by a mojority several times larger than Harrison's excess over Cleveland. It was then confidently claimed that the party was dead. The House of Representatives was lost and ...

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. — 19 December 1888

A BIG ? > f\ FTEEl a season of prosperous bns a. Clothing on our shelves, and we i 19 Oik* For the next fifteen days we offer our Cost. V This will be the best opportunity j yesr* to bnv a suit of clothes for a liith 33 Suits of Clothes, well made and tr 39 Suits, all size?, worth $6.50, now f 42 Suits, a big job, worth $10.00, now 19 Suits, in Piaid and Plain Diagonal ? Our entire stock of fine suits at, one-t < Fifty Boys' Knee Pants Suits (7 to 14 ing prices on these goods, but if you w I portunity. [ We have decided to dispose of our en Uu^eard of in the market. Come and see for yourself and be co Please note during this sale we will o **? - J i.i.J x_ ? .^:n Eds'" All parties wueoieu iu us win yt< , Very respectfully, Q. D. WILLI LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, December 19, : : 1888 READ THIS ! Our canvassing agent, Mr. J. S. Mc. Creight, is making a tour of the coun& ty and will call apon oar subscribers to solicit renewal subscriptions. He is authorized to receipt...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 19 December 1888

DIGGER INDIANS. CEREMONIES AT THE FUNERAL OF A MEDICINE MAN. Imm at the Hut of Mourning?A Waste faJ Religious Duty?The Indian Burial Ground ? Shaking Hands with the Corpse. The ** T re-acker's " Sermon. When nil were gathered at the hut of mourning the services seemed to consist of a concert of wails, carried on principally by the women. The corpse, wrapped in a gray blanket, on a ruae bier, was placed at a distance from the hut, and some of the "big men" o? the tribe made a bundle of the personal effects of the de ceased, and proceeded to burn his hut, his wagon and all his household furnishings. There seemed to be a great deal of altercation accompanying the performance of this wasteful religious duty. When the xcitement was over the "women went on wailing, w hile the young bucks went off to have a good time, shooting at marks and performing various feats of strength. _ It is the custom of the Indians to bury their deac at sunset, and the funeral procession started from the Big Sp...

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. — 26 December 1888

# i ^ v. VOL. XLV. WINNSBORO, S. C-, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1888. ' NO, 22. ?? can???mam uriw DOMESTIC ECONOMY. A man who'd lead a happy life Mast hand his earnings to his wife, And lot her, with a woman's sense, tPay oat and plan the home's expense. He'll save himself a world of care; He'll have far more to eat and wear; 80 will hi* wife, who'll also lay By something for a rainy day. FThe pennies, man will never prize. Are big as dollars In her eyes; She weighs eAch wall before it's spent And, when thoy'ro gone, knows where they went. A woman asks: "how mnch," be tore* She boys, and not a fraction more j Than what she orders will she take; And always connts the change they make. A man, afraid of seeming mean, And vainly hiding that he's green, "Won't ask the price at all, and beys yv, Whatever meets his eager eyas. Then, grandly throwing down a bill, _ He. victim of the tradesman's skill. And paying twice the right amount. jf octets tn? cnango ne rears 10 count --? __ The money th...

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. — 26 December 1888

THE NEWS AND HEKALD. WIXXSIJORO. S. (J. 2*. 3T. BIZICE, ) > PaofHXerOKS. J. Cj. t> iris, i r. 31. naiCB. : : : : !M?ts?r Wediies liy. Djejin'wr 2?j. : ii?r>3 Chr??tia&ai. Ch"\iln\ i> :>!)^rviid on l)j yuib t 25tn., -ss :ii5 arjniws-vn-y of the L>;rlli of tii; Su'iour. TiiO cj1?:L> rat soil of this d iy dates luck p?ob.iM>* A. D. 13-S ana was at firs-t purely a church festival without anv of ih<? merry making rivcls <>f the p:c?o?.t day. ??? Although there i> no aath >::tivc proof that this day is really r!:e day of the birth of the Savior y.-t >;iicc A. I), j 138 it ha? bse i so observe! as a religions festival in t?'aih >' i e Church and many of the Prote^ta:*; beside*. I:i most Pro.es:aisi t??>!;*?:rit-s j Christmas is given up to s: *rry Msak-1 ing, lh-; giving of prese?:s, es:*cc: ?;ly | between children and {stents, broth- j ers and sisters, and frfc*u?U, ;uiti one | of the most nooular form; of bestow- j ins: these gifts is b...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 26 December 1888

JgL .fl| :r-jjL mm /2t3K*% ? flp ihe n?x: days wc oSVr r .-' Tais -w>tt best oop *rtti?iitv J^4- ve:tr< to bay a sui&gf clot lies for * liti! ov.caits of Cio^hes^r.ji'I macir a;;d ;i Suits, al 1 size?;'v?ort11 $6 50, :.<> w pjaBjP^h >: Ife.SGjts, a b:g worth $10.00, nov it 'l2t^uite> in PiaA^mi Plniu Diagonu udr-etrttre Miiiis ml udj ? * Fiffv*Boys^kr:ee Pants Suits (7 ro 2V;in^ficesj?theso jroods, but it' \ou v. !&.'- , V.Wfc$?tve decided to dispose of our ei g|j'; irabaard of market. - i^i?vand~?be for yourself and bo co i^/^";?^Kca;se tiot<?jinrii]? this sale we will c S3?*'. AH pnrJJes indebted to us will pi '' Wednesday,^ceeinber 26. : : 1888. | CTJkD THIS: -Otir'ca:)vassinaf^^ggit, Mr. J. S. Mc BpP^TS-' -CrcrfhJ, is zniikiftg-'a-TDi::- oi' i he eoHi-". _tv atid-vvill c^l'iyanv oar subscribers ^ : to solicit subscriptions. He! HS^--isfttttfe<>r5i??o receipt for all dues to : Elspapsrtftid to roceive new subscripts aact'&sders for our j>...

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