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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 2 October 1889

l<k;al intelligence. i . \\ ednesday, October 2. : : 1N89 j I COTTON QUOTATIONS. Wixksboko, Sept. 30, ?Good mid-j dling, 10 3-IG; strict middling. 10 1-16; j ? middling*, 9 15 16; strict low middling*,. 9 7-8. Nc ' , Notice?T. L. Johnston. New Arrival-*?S. S. Wolfe. New Goods?Connor & Chandler. D. Lauderdale's Fall Announcement. New Groceries?J. M. Beaty & Bro. ^ Notice-J110. A. Stewart-, Chairman. Briii^ Your Cotton?D. A. liendrix. To the People of Fairlield?Caldwell & RntF. Tax Notice?James Q. Davis, Count.,- j Treasurer. Notice toTiespassers?J. F. ilcMas- j ter and Others. j r Notice to Creditors?Matthias Boulware, Executor. We Are Now deceiving?McMaster, Brice & Ketehin. Highest Prices Paid for Cotton Seed \ ?W. D. Creight. To the Pnblic?Winnsboro Oil & j Fertilizer Company. .*r 'm Lcca'w Brieis. ?Read the advertisements on supplement. r?Fresh mountain butter at S. S. Wolfe's store. ?The bank paid out S3,203 on i Saturday. "Let'ei roll/' ?The bell tower of...

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. — 2 October 1889

mm ' * *%? ?r>*??.-, ~w--' mgS A lAPiSESBTfflS&IZBAST.' ff WH5BE A KT^G-BY AJEBRIOAlfCAN V XHNE !?<5BIElSrr^S?YLE. XVeU Coolretl Food?Polite Atternl ance?Pretty Table China?Very I -Moderate Prices?XcTV'atcr Used. A nrrifpr try Tftrrr.mtfi "VTfijilcj.it Mves tMs I description-of;a.Japanese restaurant re- j cenfl^openec^jfew York city : ^l^.diningrCOOiiv is, long, narrow and | high-ceiled. A quiet paper covers the walls, which ^ornamented here ;md there with peculiar Chinese banners, Japanese straw hangers, and abominable 'American .chroraos. . Clumsy chairs and rcp- V little tables, covered with white oil cloth, are arranged'on either side of the room. Everytlnng'is delightfully cool, clean, Hr - andrfresh looking. The floor, walls and . ceiling are innocent of dust or "debris. : The proprietor, cook and waiter are Japanese of the purest type. Thgy dress neatly in;American clothes, "end wear tJUCir j,iiur axiu sp&rst; uvxiiu. m u?u. Bpjv New York style, but in manners,-...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 2 October 1889

I THE NEW* A\ft:HEBALiX_ I j - ^ciPL Y TO u'yityy. T . I .; 4 j?0 ffoldkor of ikg Xtnr.i ah'l Hcrah^: I ' In vc-' issTie of Sepi ember 11 there * \ * #as 1 ar{icJeo<i ''L'toircirprgajii^ec^''? *'- -lich IhA wirier cviflcinlv ? ?trnn n, - - v* made some mktake* wh:ca i i " oulii be glad u> e->cr<e!. Arid before i . " x begin I will state that my only obt ' jects are, firs?, to disabuse the minds ' of**Uuipn^aad evidently many others who seem ignorant of what Union Charch is^becond,- to-do justice to ; the "builders and supporters ot said fm cburcb, many ol wham are gone to - tueir resting place. ' Union Church is as widely known m a : 'as auy country church in Fairfield I County, and was almost as much so r prior to 1888 as now. It was built in 1856 and,dedicated in August of said year Rey. Henry Neil D. D. preached the dedication sermond, followed, bv Revs. James Furraan D. D. and R. R. Vann; and while there were several other ministers of the gospel present, yet there w...

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. — 9 October 1889

VOL. XLYI. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1889. ^ NO. 11. ' f Dr. Henry C. SIcCook, in a pa#1- in the North American Review on thef^ermination of the mosquito, holds that there is hope for us in an incre?86 dragon flies and spiders, the pa ticular enemies of this particular insect. / Dueling has not only lorn, heen in the French army^ s recent order of the Minister <|j War teems to encourage it. The orde-j inter( ? f , diets the use of fleurets, or foi' and specifies either small swords or bres. Duels with sabres, as fought the French army, ar-* almost always ^ to one of the combatants. ,, The number of the blind in th^phiied Kingdom according to the las' jcensus was 32,296, being at the rate ^ blind persons per million of tht-leriera^ normlation as compared with Ooi^f 1871, 964 in 1861, and 1021 in IS; j The decrease in blindness -would thwaPPear to be gradual but steady, even Rowing for the fact that many who have ?*7 defective sight and are practical blind object to r...

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. — 9 October 1889

f Tte Fairfield New aid Hemld. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY News - and - Herald - Co. JAXIS Q. DAVIS, - Fr*?Id?at. TERMS, I>' ADVANCE; One Yenr. .... 81.50. Six Honthi, .... .75. W. D. DOUGLASS. Editor. ADVERTISING RATES, CASE: 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. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, October 9f : r 1889 The News and Courier, in its excel* lent way, tells of Columbia's wonderful progress in the issue of October 2. The Catholic Priest, J. J. Boyle, who was charged with an outrageous crime in North Carolina, has been convicted, and will be hanged in Raleigh on the 29th of November. am "Colonel" Bcssell and "Judge" ^^^^Baacusker are st.il] loiteriug around the My departments in Washington, and like WF hungry hounds are picking up a few jjj|^r crumbs from gJohnnie Wanamaker's W table. It ...

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. — 9 October 1889

LOUAL INTELttGENCK. Wednesday. October 9. : l?o9 COTTON QUOTATIONS. WiKXfBOKO, Oct. 4.?Good middling, 5.90; strict middling. 9f; middling, 9 11-16; strict low middling, 9|. V C ll . > ..rVHIHIiU. p Cotton Seed?li. M. Huey. ?- nOO-O. D. WiHiford & Co. v r"" '4? r - -- - For Sale or Reut?E. A. Bacot. A Proelanution-Macaulay &Turiier. Sheriff's Salc-H. Y. Milling, S.F.C. Biggest Drive Yet- McMaster, Brice & Ketchin. * Edmunds' Big Bargain House? 1{. 11. Edmunds, Jr. Associated Counties Fair?E. T. Atkinson, secretary. t beat Uriels. ?Thf> Ji-firlo of Riri?rftvvav is reDOl'ted as good. ; ?We understand that Wilson Bro., of Ridgeway, will soon complete their brick store. ?Mr. J. 15. Turner shipped a pair of Guernseys to Mayfield, Ua. Tney were very five cows. ?Call on -Mrs. McCarley lor your Millinery. New stock just received and ready for inspection. * i ?Mr. K. M. Huey Is putting up a ^ new fence around his lot on the corner of Washington and Liberty streets. ?We retur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 9 October 1889

fGEM TBAT ARE BOGUS, j PSZCIOUS STONES MADE BY AETIFlClAIu ICEA2TSSlaking Counterfeit Rubies?A Ten Thousand Dollar Gein From Five Dollars' "Worth of Sparks. ' That is a very beautiful stone," said :i Star reporter to a Washington jeweler, calling the letter's attention to a dark purple gem of considerable size, with a ---?* 5 A p?fin Vi . .'1 r-JU LUC, VY1UULL 1UJ All a. M box within the glass show case. "It seems very cheap, too, for its apparent "It is cheap for the reason that it is irct a real stone," replied the dealer. "An imitation?" "Xo; it is not an imitation. On the contrary it does not at all resemble, to pr- the eye of an expert, any gem that is ???" knov/n in nature. It is simply a chemical product; that is all. You see, the chemists having abandoned the manufactil re of gold as hopeless are trying now t ^ : to make nrecious stones artificially, and with some success. I dare say you are ||?>. rot avare that actual, bona-fide diamonds L have been artiacially manufactu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 9 October 1889

ISdUXTY STAi; KOI TES. ipm Cornwall, by Halsellville, rosbyville, Wolling", Feasterville, uckhead, and Albion, to Cornell, six times a week. Leave ornwell daily, except Sunday, at a. m. Arrive at Cornwell by 7 . m. rom Winnsboro. by Rion, Iloreb, I. Jttabb, to i.,ong uun, twice a reek. Leave Winnsbcro Monpay ind Friday at 8 a 111. Arrive at Song Kun "by 3 p. in. Leave Long Ron Tuesday and Saturday at 8 a. m. Arrive at Winnsboro by 3 p. in. From llidgeway, by Longtown, Camden, and Smyrna, to Kidgeway, twice a week*. Leave Kidgeway Monday and Friday at 0 a.m. Arrive at Camden by 2 p. m. Leave Camden Tuesday and Saturday at G a. m. Arrive at Ridge^yay by 2 p. m. From Wimisboro to Flint llill, twice a week. Leave Win_sboro Wednesday and Saturday ac 8 I a. m. Arrive at Flint Uillbyl2 m. Leave Flint Hill Wednesday and Saturday as I p. m. Arrive at Winnsboro by 5 p. m. From Alston, by Jenkinsville and Long Run, to Monticello, six times - a week. Leave Alston daily, except Sunday, at 1 p. m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 16 October 1889

VOL. XLYI. WINNSBOEO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1889. NO. 12. . A little girl sent out to egg* returned without succcssk comniair,*t\g 'J>*? lots of hens were sauvling &K,hi1 ^oi^g nothing. Arthur McClelliuu a brother of fa n * " - .VJ ?M i CQOQS vrencrau ??? .. Drifton, Penn. He is About fifty did, of medium heigh: and was a X^or n the late war. =? Switzerland wants a naval tiag. As ;, . the country has no seaboard such an ! ensign would at first sight seem rather useless, but it is needed to protect Swiss property abroad. The Federal Council JP are now considering the subject. Speaking of Loudon, Cardinal Man. oing says that one-third of the population could be accommodated in tbt churches if all were crowded, and arguet jthat at least two-thirds of the population never go where they hear the name oi <*od reverently sooken. SBBBHHBK! : London has completed its list of International temples by a Mohammedan mosque?the first ever built in Great Britain. Still the total ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 16 October 1889

flk Faifii S? ai Hi PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY News - and - Herald - Co. OAJBA3 y. 1/AI13, - - aopiuv? V TEEX>, IX ADVANCK ; One Year. .... 51.50, Six Mob ths, .... .75. W. D. DOUGLASS, - - - Editor ADVERTISING RATES, CASH: i t One dollar a square for the first inser- i tiou and fifty cents for each subsequent . insertion Special rates for contract ad v rerttsers. Marriage and death notices free. liegular rates coarged for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. r WINNSBORO, S. C. QTuln/uilov (UfnhoT 16. ! i t ? -- : The Aiken Journal an I Review pub lishes this week one of the best trade issues we have seen. It is well executed, and makes a most admirable showing for Aiken County. Thk South Carolina Railway is again on the uaarbei, Ex-Gov. D. H. _^_^Ghambftrlain having been appointed Receiver. This old road i< closely Br linked with the history of Charleston rand South Utroiiua. it win oe as though Charleston had been robbed of her legacy if she allows it to pass this time ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 16 October 1889

1 V LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, October 16, : : 1881 COTTON QUOTATIONS. Winxsboko, Oct. 14.?Good middling, Of; strict middling. 9.70; mid ^Knrr O etriot Inir i n Cr 9Jv) ",vv j * ?31 -* ? * New ? . in-.. Floor Plaint?W. E. Aiken. New Arrivals?S. S. "Wolfe. Notice?iSticile A. Rion, Admx. $18,500?Q. D. "Williford & Co. We Are Now?J. J. Gerig & Co. Fresh Seed Wheat?James Pagan. "Winnsboro Bakery?G. A. "White. Clerk's Sales-R. II. Jennings, Clerk Notice?Jno. A. Stewart, Chairman, Coal Tar?ilcMaster, Brice & Ketcb iH. For Sale or Ken t?J. C. Caldwell & C>. Sealed Bids?J. M. Stewart, Presi dent. Dress Goods?McMasler, Brice & Kelchin. Briers. ?The "Doty Hotel" is nearly ready for occupation. ?We are glad to bear that Mr. N. C. ^ Eobert&oa is improving. F Macaulay & Turner are at work on [ the stables back of their store. Joseph Reynolds has^u^banjj^ gbam we have seen. ?Miss Mary Poole is mow located in the old McMaster Hotel, and will be glad to do sewing....

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 16 October 1889

r | THE BAM OF ENGLAND. I AN INSTITUTION WHICH IS BANSEB FoS THE G OVEEN2EENT. f Flnnkics in Gorgeous Kainnent?Protected at Night by Soldiers?OffiTJtta t-n fh/v RfjilifliTll?. I 3 ?T AAV JUIVV 4tA 0 There is an air of respectability and sok lidity^everywhere about the Bank of Engft land, says David Wechsler in the Brook* % lya Citizen. There is no end of well dressed clerks counting money, paying it i out, making entries in various big books, and explaining to this or that person the intricacies of the bank system. There is row after row of bank messengers, dressed in swallow tail coats, waiting to makede^ * -- ? ^ O Ct posits or draw out money. ^ ? ceaseless jingle of gold, scurrying of loess eager boys, and tie din and rattle of omnibuses and cabs outside. There are any number of bank servants who seem to have nothing to do but stand erect and look magnificent. Their euperiors who _ wear the cockades and flowing gowns of roruiy colors, are so gorgeously dressed, fT and so haughty ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 16 October 1889

1*1X7. iprca Winnsboro. by Rion, Horeb, , and Rabb, to Leng Run, twice a nveek. Leave Winnsboro Moapay I and Friday at 8 a m. Arrive at j Long Hun by 3 p. til. , Leave Long Kan Tuesday and Saturday at 8 a. m. Arrive at Winnsboro by 3 r - < p. a. 14178. From Ridgeway, by Longtown, Camden, and Smyrna, to Kidgeway, twice a week. Leave Ridge way Monday and Friday at 6 a.m. Arrive at Camden by 2 p. m. Leave Camden Tuesday and Saturday at 6 a. m. Arrive at Ridge 14179. From Wincsboro to Flint HiH, twice a week. Leave Wincsboro Wednesday and Saturday at 8 a. m. Arrive at Flint Hillby 12 m. Leave Flint Hill Wednesday and Saturday at 1 p. m. Arrive at Winnsboro by 5 p. m. 14130 From Alston, by Jej^kinsville and Long Son, to Monticeilo, six times a week. Leave Alston daily, except Sunday, at 1 p. m. Arrive at juoQpceuo oy 4 p. iu. Jjeave Jlonticello daily, except Sunday, _ at 8 a. in. Arrive at Alston by 9 llji. m. 14228. From Colombia, by Mira, Fleas ant, Lever, and Jennings, to Horeb, tw...

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. — 23 October 1889

VOL. XLVI. * WINNSBORO, S. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 23, 1889. NO. 13. S>'' <5 The drum was used by the Egyptians end brought by the Moors in'e Spain. The Form* says that the wealth of the United States is $60,000,000,000, and that half of it is owned by less than 25,000 people. These are the men to put the world s fair on its feet. Cordele, one of Georgia's newest cities, Ss a place with, a population of 3000. A year and a half ago the site on which it is bnilt was a cornfield. It is already aspiring to have a street railway and electric lights. \ ' Probably the longest 1 'bee'* line railTray in the world is that from Buenos Ayres to the foot of the Andes, It cov ~ crs about 275 miles, and is as straight as an arrow. The highest grade is about three feet to the mile. It crosses no ravine and no stream,^m^gfkgreioTO no bridge. According to the Portland Oregon wn the fact that the Western people are not slow in taking advantage of modern improvements is shown by the statemeni that one...

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. — 23 October 1889

r (PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY j \ News - and - Herald - Co. j1 iJAMKS O. DATIS, - - President, j, j>- TERMS, IN ADVANCE: j One Tear. - SI.50, j , Six Months, - - - - .75. TV. 1>. DOUGLASS. - - - Editor | ADVERTISING HATES, CASE: j One dollar a squ.ue for the first inser- j tion and fifty cents for each subsequent j insertion Special rates for contract ad- \ & vertisers. Marriage and death notices//'^. ^ Kegular rates charged, for obituaries. j H Orders for Job Work solicited. WfNNSRORO. S. C. grv- - * ? 7- , |?;; . . v Wednesday. Octo'oer 23. : : 1889; | ? ^ . 1 < i- All of the Columbia ninii :? short; time ago stopped at Ridgoway, where ! it remained lor twenty-four hours? [ another illustration of the unpardon- j able negligence and ignorance of the ; Wanamaker gang. I long controversy over :he ap- j S flP pointment of a Commissioner ot Ten- ; By sio:is to succeed the notorious Corporal ! Tanner has at la?t been settled. Pres- J ident Harrison Las appointed Gree?i ! B....

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. — 23 October 1889

MB mam unTj iw i i i iwm?ca?g?a?anag LuOA-L INTELLIGENCE. BF Wednesday, October 23. : 1889 K COTTON QUOTATIONS. Wixksboko, Oct. 21.?Good uiidHlincr > F\f> *fri^t ?ni<MKn<r. 9.501 mid dling, 9.4o; strict low middling, 9.40. A Charleston. Oct. 21.?Good middHng^95; strict middling, 9$; mid? dling, strict low middling, 9?: , low middling, 9J. Savannah, Oct. 21.?Middling, 95. HL. m S(w Down? [i. Landccker. A For Sale?J. S. McCreurht. fCogtt*c--F. VV. Ilubeuicht. For Sale or Kent?J. O. Boag. Look Out for This?D. A- Hendrix. Headquarters for Millinery?D. Lauderdale. For lient?J. A. Ilisnant, J. P. The Bnggv Trade?Matthews & Cuinmings. t^,L?.cnt Uriers. "?Whatever happe"hs? don't forget the Institute on the 30th. ?Sheriff Milling after a long' Illness is again in his effioe able to attend to business. ?R. M. Hney has just opened two i barrels choice New Orleans Molasses. Bring the c sb. * ?The first fruit of the gin reported x this season is a couple of fingers from j w the ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 23 October 1889

K TEE FARM AND (xABDEN. ji F ' A HEATED HAY HO?.". J 3 "VThen the mow is found to be heating j tome recommend making deep holes near j1 together in the mow bv thrusting a sharp- | i esed pole frorn the top downward and I putting a few handful* of salt into each ' jjfty . cavity. The safest .method, however, i> to remove the Lay to some scaffold, 1 ftvhich wiil brin^ it to the air, and the ' y-v sooner it is done the better. If there is j I _ Bot barn room to put it on a scaffold !' pitch it into the rack and stack it out of ! rioors a few days if the weather is dry. (! J[f the .stack is well made and the top is j covered with hay caps it will stand heavy i SpSv, j-aia storms with but little injury. After j w remaining in the stack a few days it can j |l>e returned to the mow again when tbe j hi a is shining, and will give no further ! trouble.?Stockman. PROTECTION" FOE YOCNG PLANTS. * I A very cheap and effective protector for j young plants may be made of the collar j for pip...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 30 October 1889

VOL XLVI WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30. 1889. NO. 14. - - i;. a 1 Theodore Kamensky, the Russian sculptor, who was exiled from Russia by che Czar in 187-1, is now a Professor at the American Art School in New York ;ity. Ilis offense consisted in putting che name^fcjtcrty" on a toy locomotive in one of ms marbic groups. II " IHIIM1 ITI? | ^,1 11MIM The drowning of c?furen in China became so common lately that the Viceroy found it necessary to issue a proclamation forbidding its practice. The penalty of this heuious offense is, however, slight, sixty ? ?.?bl05Pr"'0f the bamboo and one year's banishment being the small price demanded try the State. fctBishop Fowler thinks that Prince Li, | j^^Ticeroy of China, is "one of the j Breaiest statesmen the world has ever ! produced." Gcner:ff Grant used to say I that the two men who had impressed J !iim most during his travels around the svorld were Prince Ktuijf, formerly Re gent of the Celestial Empire, and Prince the pure-blooded...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 30 October 1889

r f Tie Fairfield New and Herald. R. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY -BY? [ News - and - Herald - Co. ? ~ I y. "Ana, - - I TBIOSS, TS ADVANCE : On? Y(at. .... 81.50, Six Hoal^, .... .75. Taesdcy, Oetofcer 29. : : 188S ADVERTISING BATES, CMS#: One dollar a square for the first insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent H* insertion Special rates for contract ad Marriage and death notices free. Kegolar rates charged for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, October-30. : : 1889 _ * Wk are informed by the postmaster at Ridgeway, that ihe report; that "the whole of the Colambia mail was pat off at Ridgeway" is partly incorfrect. Instead of leaving all the mail for Colombia at Ridgeway, only one package of letters was left. We suppose the balance of the Columbia mail accidentally sot in the right pigeon " hole and went on through. We do Lv' not, however, hare to depend npon this one count in our indictment against the Wanamaker gang. They are so careless or ...

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. — 30 October 1889

5-i<^-S3f^^SSE5<5^jBK^asy^5p^s,^'S5^vw6^-^6-iT5xr8^.'.^?S^^-^^&7sSdeSsSr?S=<S^S3SSP^cyt5^5S&fi',v'.-'-r-;^ -Z. -Sr"? $f^V'\/v"': ? : v--;r:b':" J^;~ .L. ,-. - - 'v'"v". ' LifOAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, October 30. : : 1889 COTTON QUOTATIONS. Wixxsboko, Oct. 28.?Good middling, 9?; strict middling. 9.45; middling, 9f; strict low middling, 9.35. Columbia, Uet. 2?.?uroou iuiu- 1 dlinof, 9J; middling, 9$. I Augusta. Oct. 28.?Middling, 9J. j | NOTICE, Our Mr. McCreight will visit the following places on the days specified: ^ "Woodward, November 1. ~J Ruckhead, November 4. * 1 Feasterville, November o. ? j Horeb, November 8. ' ; Jenkinsville, November 11. rj ; Monticello, November 12. S-j / Gladden's Grove, November 16. I ? ? 1 * 1 - Kidgeway, iNovemoer io. Rlythewood, November 20. Centreville, November 22. Bear Creek, November 23. f ^ x6 ? tm-ij r?. Wishing? S. S. Wolfe. Attractions?J. O. Boa^. Store for Kent?S. F. Cooper. Just Listen?J. J. Gerig & Co. Fall Announcem...

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