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

* *-* COLUMBIA CHIT-CHAT. "What the 3>aw-Makers are Doing?Township Bonds, Cl?mson College, etc. * For sometime oar lawmakers hav< met and been sittiDg in General Aseembly busily engaged in making law > 1 which may or may not result in good to the people of the State. The work of this session has been ^ one of great interest as many queslionof vital importance are up for cou&id- j eration and are oeing rapiaiy, let i:- j hope not too rapidly, disposed of ii. various ways. j In point of intelligence this body i- J about on an average with the Legisla- j tore of previous years. ( In the House the Reformers have a good working majority and the effect J of their presence is marked by tht- : number of bills introduced for the put pose of reducing the salaries of all officers. The oniv one of these bills ; ...? * . TT ? L?! WhlCD nas passeu me iiouse is a. 011 ' to redace the salaries of the circuit judges. As the bill now stands judsre:will be paid three thousand dollars ? ye...

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. — 7 August 1889

I8S9- ^ .1 . __ - N0,2, It VOL. XL VI. || THE SIXTH REGIMENT. j IXLKBSATION OF THEIK ANNUAL t REUNION, AUGUST 3, 1889. ^ B ! The Snrvivors of the Old Sixth Meet aiul iKewtv the Ties that Biml th em?Titf . Address of Capt. Crawford and Other , Vacts Incident to the Reunion. i/-: The Survivors of the Gtti So.ah Caro- * liiis'lleiiiui^iit, held their annual re- ( *?3 union in '.lie Court House on Friday, i There was not us large an attendance 1 ,* of the veterans preseut as was expect- j t ed, but ih ir absence can be explained , * onlhe score of weather and other I. ^uu ,UC a,iW?4aiivc n?c aid the members enthusiastic. About twenty members of the Chester division caine.down to participate in the Survivors formed in line near the post office at llo*clock, and to the inspiriting mu>ic of the Winnsboro Cornet Bind marched to the Court l./v IE ilouse, where the oration was u? uc deli vend and the bniuess meeting I held. B Gen. liratton, the President of the Association occupied the cha...

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. — 7 August 1889

^ V ' it! PUBLISHED E VERY WEDNESDA } . <3 : t TERMS, IX ADVANCE: One Year. .... SI..">0. Six Mouth*, - - - - .".I. ' '?-- - . ??? j ' james q. Davis, * nru,t ,r. ' P. M. BlilCE, > Irupricturs. ^ P. M. BRICE, - - - Editor, j ADVERTISING HATES, CASH: - . . i . One dollar a square fur the tirst inser- i tion and iifty cents for each subsequent j insertion .Special rates for coi.tract advertisers. Marriage and diMth notices free. lfegular rates ciar?jeu n?r uunuancs. Orders for Job Work solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, August 7. : I'lol) i Asrrifuitural Experiment Sfations We have received an interesting ! pamphlet lrotn Washington, 'MitiiJed, "The What and Why of Agricultural Experiment Stations." The pamphlet is issued from the office ot Experiment Stations of the United States Depart-| ment of Agriculture, Prof. W. O. At water, Director. We gather the j : >?resting iacis iroin tbe . llQQtt 7"? "This is a Grief account of the Ex- j perimsnt Stations, what they aie, ...

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 September 1889

Hf -' vT^B Wm^ ^^SUM . ^V T,"-: ^.^ <gijWMM T- ' - \ ' . " WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1889. ' NO^T.^^^BjB IM1EY OF SOTiTEEEN 1TS77S snicks of Stiftcial Importance Prom irginia to the Lone Star State. jf| SORTH (USOMXA. Revve an immigration Peace Institute, Ral&^^ptincd WedB nesdav, "with. 00 gfudenfc?^ The incorporators and others interestBed in the building of the FavctteviUe & I . ?V. iUU.U'.'M, at X HiV and after taking subscriptions to the capital stcck to the amount of several thousand dollars by Fayetteviilc, Aberdeen and Philadelphia capitalists, elected the following board of rlirectois: John Blue, Dr. J. \\\ McNeill, A. A. MeKeithan, Jr., lion. Thos. II. Sutton, y. Milton Hagy, A. ]?. Williams and K. S. Blue. The directors then met ami Iecteti the following, officers: Prcsiisitj John Dine; Vice-President, Is. W. ay; Z. W. Whitehead. Secretary; Troisier, A. A. KVithrm, Jr. p A. Glenn, a young vrliite man from hstonia. and well connected, was nrLtod...

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 September 1889

PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. B ^ TEBMS, IJ? ADVANCE: One Tear. .... 81.50, Six Months, . . .75, 1W. D. DOUGLASS, - Editor. ADVERTISING RATES, CASH: One dollar a square for the first insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion ^Special rates for contract advertisers. Marriage and death notices//^. IF idi^ovuAi^cu IUI uuituaxico. Orders for Job Work solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, September 11. : 1889 Notice of Dissolution. Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing under the mama aP TVavtia Ft* Ktr mninol [ill Ul'liaUiC Ul 1/AV10 4V Xil IV/W) VJ UlUMitM ' consent, 1st hereby dissolved. Jame3 Q. Davis is authorized to settle the business of said firm. September 2, 1889. James Q. Davis, Paul M. Brice. Xutiee of Copartnership. The undersigned have this day formed a co-partnership for the purpose of carrying on a publishing and printing business in Winnsboro, S. CM under ^EVrs AND Herald Com* HB ftjjlmber 2, 1SS9. JBr James Q. Davis, y W. D. Douijlas...

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. — 11 September 1889

locai. intelligence Wednesday, September 11, : : 1889 c . .1- . t Making Room?Macaulay & Tnrner. j Plantation for Sale?J. W. Bolick. j JJotics?S. C. Tirmils, Admini3tra- j (rix. ? " -? ITT T"* 1 A wait ior ine nagou-tnwc \j. Desportes. lierj.au Clover Seed?McMaster, Drice & Ketchin. t.cca.5 Briefs*. ?Examine oar supplement for interim, eating leading inaiter. -Our merchants are beginning to get in their fall and winter goods. ?Mi*. A. AVilliford left on Monday for Charleston S. C. with a carload of fine cattlc. ?The county commissioners are having some work done on the roof of I the County jail. ?Mr. Holler has purchased an engine with which he will run his machinery at the brick yard. ?Messrs. Propsfc & Co. have opened a staple and fancy grocery store in the room just west of the postoffice. ? Oar county correspondents are will oblige us by sending their communications on Fridays or Saturdays, ^ ?if ^possible. L ?Mr. Jesse Gladden, who has been living in town for 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. — 11 September 1889

? wr bv the gats. | i Hron the grass and the throstle is j J B abovo on the hill; I ^Kflies ar^^hting their lanterns, and Hj see! H Hire's the smile of tho moon through the |HDr boughs of the tree. Hi^^Kid I catch the perfcmo of tho rose as X H^wait H Hupond of light feet tripping down to P. " ?corao? "Will sho corner cries a Hp my heart, 9 By of a leaf makes mo tremble and HBbp through the dusk till my eyes are a -warm mist of love that is only for' her. Aa mfnTTt-oc draw Iwr 1fbp> til Pi slow feet of (fate I ! As I listen and look for her down by the gate I i There's a step on the path, there's a glimmer; i of -white, - | And the darimess around mo growns sud-, denly bright; And there's no one to see, save myself and! the moon, This fairest of all the roses of Juno. With a soft hand in yours would you not lin-' ger late K For another * 'goca wgtii" o'er tea oars or ma; ^ ?Alunscy's Weekly. Bl _XJiOLDEN MEPJEK. l^r "There is one tiling which. I partic-: j -1 1- -I- TTnf,, >' ...

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. — 18 September 1889

- . - - ,/jfl * ?? ?; ??? ?? ????' "?^?: ? ______ . VOL. XLYI. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1889. .. : ' NO. 8 : j jl ^ t>- - ' - - . r'"f . The Superintendent of the Enilding Department in New York city thinks that, ki actual construction the first half year f 1889 was the busiest that has ever 1 _? xV. .3. i ?. oeen Known since tue uepartment was reated. There is a movement on foot to bring tack the remains of Davy Crockett, the , hero of the Alamo, to his birthplace in Tennessee. He was born midway between Greeaville and Jonesborough, where the landma rk of his cabin home is still to hff cftp.n y Electricity Trill be used in a practical jpt .way in the taking of the census. The . census blanks will be the same as usual,' but the information they contain will be (recorded on a large sheet of paper by the [punching of holes in it at certain internals. An electrical circuit is formed through these holes, and counters are ?dded electrically, recording on their dials ...

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. — 18 September 1889

gpt Mii Sew aod Heralo I^PUBLISHEDEVERY WEDNESDAY. ST TEK3SS, Df ADVANCE ; One Tear. .... 81.50, -Six Montlts, .... .7i K w.n.nni;r,T.i.ss. ... mi^r. r ADVERTISING HATES, CASH: One dollar a square for the first insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion Special rates for contract advertisers. Marriage and death notices free. Kegular rates charged for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. ?rr\TVTOD/^DA C r* Ivv xix odwivv/, o. vt sn Wednesday, September 18. : : 1H89 J:- ? Congressman S. S, Cox, familiarly known as "Snnset" Uox. died in New |> York on last Tuesday. He was one of ~ the most brilliant and brainy rae'i of The latest thing in the way of trusts H? is the brick trust of Seattle, the city Mfeently visited by a destructive fire. M Irhis is, perhaps, the hardest trust yet ^^^>rganized. It is said that Jefi. Davis will be at 9 Bayetteville, N, C., in November next H^to attend the constitutional centennial K;' celebration, and that fully fifty tbousK 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. — 18 September 1889

| oaacM n tfb?rara???? W: . LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. R~ ^dnesday, September .18, : 1889 ye i P ^ Daily Arrivals?Macau lay & Turner. Sheriff's Sale?II. Y. Milling, S.F.C. Oysters aud Fish?F. W. Habenicht 1 Now is the Time?J F. McMaster & We Want Your Trade?D. A. Hen fSale and Feed Stables? A. Williford. Insurance Notice-W. II. Kerr, Agent. Attention! Farmers! ? W. R. Dotv & Co. Citation?J, A. Hinnant, Jodge of Probate. Alliauce Notice? R. A. Meare?, County Organizer. L.ca.1 Briefs. ?Nothing has been heard yet of the j Alumni Scholarship examination. ?"Work has been commenced on the fenrc around the Episcopal Church. ?c Knvc liaw ?->oiue ox uur iu>oxojh/? uv>o u?.v gone into the contracting business during their vacation. ?The catalogue and premium list of the 21st Annual Fair, to be held in Columbia,has been sent out. - ?The house-keepers will no doubt . be glad to hear that the price of sugar ^ has taken a tumble. ?A very skillful sign-painter was in town Friday, and...

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 September 1889

rTHE FABS AND GABDEN. FABMEES SHOULD GSOW CELERY. ' The liking for celerr is an. acquired i one, jike that for tomatoes. But no plant J grown is more healthful, and it should i be more generally on fanners' tables dur- j ing fall and winter. It costs-.a. .good | - - - - .. deal to buy celery, as n.-feqtures extra rich grouad aaia good&sal oflabor'"to ml grow it St'for market. When, the conp ditioas'-iaro i%Hi?utbe market, gardener ff finds c^erjfone most" Reliable and most profitable crops. If farmers more generally grew celery, what'they did not need for.-th^wra use.couii be most proSt^lysold.^jBbs^.,(7idti'e^/'. THE MOUTH OF THE HORSE. Be eareful of the horse's mouth. Men .who jerk the reins Because they are too mad to be sensible and humane, should have a bit placed in their own mouths .3 1 ii -?1 J 1 -U *,*ll,vrr ttUU 1 !ilVC lb JC1ACU UV OUillU UxUi-ax 1V/UV? who would enjoy givingpain. In breaking colts be very careful about the mouth; and never bit an animal that has a so...

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 September 1889

"vol. xlvi. wisnsboro, s. c,, Wednesday, September 25, i889. ^ ^-m, tj French physicians ixho are studying the matter are confident that hypnotism "will1 In time succeed the use of chloroform in; the practiec of painful surgical opera-' lions. Many mo3f; remarkable experi-' ments in this direction have proved sue-' cessful. Patients have been hypnotized, B nfld while in that condition undergone; S operations of the most painful and delicate nature without evincing sensibility in the slightest desrec. / The Brooklyn Citizen thinks thati Bhr 'Americans may therefore well be proud1, Bk of the notice Edison has won, for he is aj typical American; one of the most inter-j fwrKno- in n. nfrsf?n:il sense, of his time.; I and one of the greatest of that type of; which Franklin stood at the head, whose; histinetion is in their application of; great brains to practical things, and theirl development of strictly material enter-; prises. n pr The California civil engineers,T ce^ployed in surveyi...

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 September 1889

U WairliihasittaliPUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY. B TERMS, D?. ADVANCE: Oae Tear. - . . IL50, Six Months, .... .75. W. D. DOUGLASS, ... Editor. (ADVERTISING BATES, CASH: One dollar a square for the first insertion and fifty cents for each- subsequent insertion Special rates for contract advertisers. 'K^ Marriage and death notices/jw. Regular rates charged for obituaries. Orders for Job Wort solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, September 25. : : 1839 We congratulate the Laurens Adnrv\n tfa Miviam /vf fKo frO/?a BRrS 7^*" f ClU^* U^VU IW3 A V * IV TV Vfc M4V MHUVJ progress and principal features of the ? flourishing little town of Clinton. The W place thirty-three years ago was in the woods. The Advertiser contains cuts EV ot some of the very beautiful residences in the town?the Orphan's 8 Seminary and toe Presbyterian ColIt required one month for the administration of public affairs to kill Grandpa Wm. Henry Harrison, and it looks as if six months, with the help of Wanamaker, Tanner &am...

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 September 1889

MiBlMnMaMMMBMHBMMi ' local intelligence. Wednesday. September 25. : 1889 Cotton Ouotations. ^ "VVixxsboro September 18.?Good Middling. 10? ;'Strict Middling, 10.5-16; Middling, 10|; Strict Low Middling, 10$. C r stu. Bn*t'$ Pain'.ings?See Ad. One Carload?U. G. Desportes. Notice?W. G. Hinnaut, As-nt. For Rent?J. A. Hinnant, J. P. and P. G. New York Racket Store?H? Landccker. Teacher^'Examinaiion?II. L. P'ike, S. C. F. C. Lumber for Sale?Hall & Hall,; Giadden's Grove, S. C. ! Ixcul Briefs. ^ -U. G. Desportes has jast received one carload of "Old Hickory Wagons." Call and examine them. ?Mr. Alex. Beckham's new house is being painted, and it will soon be ready for him to move into. ?Johnnie "Walker, the going book ^ agent, left town on Friday. He has *, done very well in "Winnsboro. ?There was a meeting of the busness agents of all the Sub-Ailiances in the Town Hall on Friday afternoon. ?The down passenger train on Thursday was over four hoars behind time. And on Friday, two hoars. ...

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. — 25 September 1889

BB---? ?<?n - W * > - ^ fTHE FAES AND GAEDEK. 9, r Iaspaeag"cs beds tvhx last a cekttjky. An asparagus bed, if properly treated, will last a century, or longer.. The owners of beds are usually so anxious to con-; tinue cutting as long as the grass commands a good price that tliey kill the roots through repeated cutting late in the; season., Late cutting has killed out more asparagus "plantations than, neglect, of manuring" and cultivation.?-Mto York Sun. ?? > , r - -.-err IK& ' : HOW TO GIVE'CHICKS A FAir. SHOW. ^ When chicks of different ages ore run-' ning together and older birds are about,j the food for the little ones* should bo thrown under' slated coops into which only such can enter, a This will save the youngest and the delicate from being trampled upon and crowded out, and will ? give them chance to eat their fill at their leisure. They mil soon find out what it means, and more Often than not will be ^?- found waiting in the pens for the food .TtY/ITDflJ, L?V ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 25 September 1889

THE SEWS AND HERALD. SUPPLEMENT. ' COUXTT STAB BOOTES. ' 14146. From Cornwell, by Halsellville, Crosbyville, Wolling, Feasterville, '> Backhead, and Albion, to Corn- { well, six times a week. Leave Coniwell daily, except Sunday, at 6 a. m. Arrive at Corn well by 7 p. m. , 14177. Prom Winnsboro. by Rion, Horeb, and Rabb, to Long Run, twice a week. Le^ve Winnsboro Monpay and Friday at 8 a m. Arrive at Long Run by 3 p. ui. Leave Long Run Tuesday and Saturday at 8 a. m. Arrive at Winnsboro by 3 p. m. 14178. From Ridge way, by Longtown, Camden, and Smyrna, to Kidgeway, twice a week. Leave Ridgeway Monday and Friday at 6 a.m. Arrive at \Camden by 2 p. m. -r /? J m 1 ... -Lieave i/amueu a uesuay ??iu oniurday afc&fcl. m. Arrive at Ridgeway bv 2 p.m. 14179. From WitKisboio to Flint Ilil), twice a week. Leave Win.:sboro Wednesday and Saturday at 8 a. m Arrive at Flint Hill by 12 m. Leave Flint Hill Wednesday and Saturday as I p. m. Anive at Winnsboro by 5 p. m. 14180 From Alston, by J...

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. — 2 October 1889

I VOL. XLYI. WINNSBORO, S; C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1889. f: : NO. 10. |! ?,11.11 It is claimed that there exists in Kanlas City the meat disastrous business depression that has been brought upon any Western city in the p:ist fifteen years. * There is, 'without doubt, *20,000,000 Invested in Kansas Citv that is not pay toga dollar in return. The Chicago Herald says: "The sens Df the King of Sweden refuse to submit f_/ to royal dictation when ifc comes to their , marry ing. L:?iycar Oscar, the heir to the throne,inarricd a plebeian,Miss Monk; and just now Eugene declares that he is about [ to wed a dusky Princess of the Sandwich IV!o-rv<3o Ti.'V.n.ni vonrmflv mi?t in Pfiris. A coiauuo imviu 4Vv 4VVVMV* f T Usually the sous ;ind daughiers of the I monarchs of Europe have nothing to sav "s: A ^ v as to whom they shall many, but more such independence as is shown by the Swedish Princes might not be a bad thing for royalty. The royal blood of Europe might be purified *anu invigorated...

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. — 2 October 1889

rTbe Fairfield New and Herald P TJBLI&HED E VERY WEDNE8DA T. TERMS, IX ADVANCE; Oae Year. .... 11.50, Six Months. .... .75, rw. D. DOUGLASS. ... Sdltor. ADVERTISING BATES, CASH: One dollar a square for the first insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent Insertion Special rates for contract advertisers. Marriage and death noticesj^ree. risegms>r rates caargeu ior ouuunries. Orders for Job Work solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, October 2, : : 1889 It aeems that somethitiy will be -*?"? )V>a W;lliamonn.n?!hAnn Iuvuc auv/uv lug ?f w dael. The principals, aeconds and important witnesses have been tarrendered to the Alabama of&cialg by the Governor of .Georgia. The Carolina Spartan &av$: %4An 'old time farmer/ iu the Xw>s and Courierj suggests JoDnaon Hagood, of am) John Bratton. of Fair r field, as a strong team to head the race for State officers next year. The old ^ farmer is exactly right. There is no foolishness about these two oil Con* federate Generals...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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