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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 19 March 1890

r III f iM ll' ^ . , 1 . -* VOL. XLVI. WINNSBOKO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 180 0. NO. 31 ff gpaaHilpBaaBBMaBHHHBaBnani The Haunted Chamber. BT "THE DUCHES6." ' - "? ? i) uir^.. o JI.. M 4SNSXVJT OJ i?l/IWW, JHUfKI OtiUMy, ilPhyUis%" etc., etc. CHAPTER- IT. It is the evening of the theatrical#; and in one of the larger drawing-rooms at the castle, where the stage has been erected, and also in another room behind connected with it by foldingdoors, everybody of note in the county is already assembled. Fans are fluttering?so are many hearts behind the scenes?and a low buzz of conversation is being carried on among the com*^Then the curtain rises; the fans stop rustling, the conversation ceases, ana all faces turn curiously to the small but perfect stage that the London workmen have erected. Every one is very anxious to see what his or her neighbor is going to do when brought before a critical audience. Xobody, of course, hopes openly for a break-down, but secretly there are a f?fr wh...

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. — 19 March 1890

fl?? V, mm >' j2sw&' f|g| 1 Be FairfieMNewsaei Herald. eUBLISSSD IYBRT WEDNESDAY -OT INewo - and - Herald - Co. _ TEKMK, IN ADVANCE: Z*mr. - - - - SI.39, fix Kwtki 75. tV. D. D0UJL1SS, ) > Editors. 3AS. Q. DAYIS, ) ZAD TERTISIXG KATES, CASH: On* dollar a square for the first insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent losertion Special rates for contract advertisers. Marriage and death notices free. Ke^ular rat>?s'e larjjod for obituaries. Order? for Jab Work solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday. March 19. : : 1890 Our editorial space is given up to other matter this morning. ? Where is the Errrr ! Either of two things must l?e true, namelv: L didn't read our report of * the Farmers' Mas? Meeting or he wantonly desires to misrepresent 11% and we would dislike very much to believe the latter i* t->e case. The fact that he assume* thar we used the word "socalled" carrier with it the reasonable presumption that he did not even read the account, or if he did read it i...

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. — 19 March 1890

LuOAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, Harch 19. ; : : 1S90 New Advertisements. Law Card-F. H. ilcMaster. Election Noticc?I. Withers Clerk. Cotton Planters?Ulvsse Or. Desportes. | Notice tor Final Discharge?J. W. j Bolick, Administrator. Ia- rut Urie;s. ?The weather is much warmer. ?La grippe is still putting in some work. ' ?Think about building that waiehouse. mil! i)A in tho yiound in a few da\s. ?It don't pay to neglect the vegetable garden. ?The B. P. U.'s fear their President is a Cntaiine. ?Letters uncalled i\.r: G. II. Muhon, Evans Powe. ?The days arc lengthening, giving iiiori time for v.ork. ?Q. D. Williford and J. C. Smith have taken rooms over tha bank. ?Come quick acd secure bargains in furniture at J. J. Geris: & Co. * ?Tf a airl knows she is pretty it is ^ ? 0 not because any other girl told her so. ?The Board of Equalization of Xo. 7 met in the Auditors office on Friday. ?The umn to eutuist with your business is the man who sticks to his work. -It i? said there wiil be s...

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. — 19 March 1890

P.W JF- . THE VALUE OF LIFE. DR. TALLAGE DISCOURSES ON "MAN'S ESTIMATE. Remark* Cpou People who Would LJv? Their L'tm Orer Again?-he L'?? ol Present OpportnoitiM. The Xev. T. DsWitt Talmage, D. D. preached in the Academy of Music, Brooklya, Sunday morning, to an overflowing congregation. After oxpounding appropriate passages of Scripture he announced his subject fc j be: "Would You Like to Live Your Life Over Again?" His text was Job ii, 4: "All that a man hath wiil he give for his life." He said: That is untrue. The Lord did nc*1 say it, but Satan said it to the Lord, when the evil one wanted Job still morA afflicted. Tie record is: "So went Sataa forth from the presence of th? Lord and smote Job with sore boils." And Satan has been the author of all eruptiye disease since tsen, and he hopes by poisoning the blocd to poison the soul. But the result of the diabolical experimeat which left Job victor proved the falsity of the Satanic remark.?"All that a man hath will be give for his ...

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. — 26 March 1890

IS^S! g $ a A r ^ ii ^ J lie jflinw? mips ling i ? VOL. XLVI. WJNSSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH ?6, 1800. NO. 33. | '"' ,mmamam * *BMoca^tmmmm^ -aSBaBMteitt&S&aHBSBnftC&EnMaHaMHMMHa i i h- ^^2gg IAN INFAMOUS LAW. | HE\'RY CABOTJ LODGE WOULD OVER j THROW STATE AUTHORITY. I'j* irpniiou .? Ilit* j ? ! 41 ? 1 u; i m- rrun?> v.. .1 . ?J*J *?*!. Representative Henry CubotLoiIge, of M:issaoht:setts, as the chairman of the House Committee on eLriion ' ]' President ami vice Pros H i<-}? < / ntatives ill Coni;:Lr:.vil! *-'d a bill to reguL-.i:1 i?U' ek'.-tions of representatives in ( -?:iin-j*ss. It is :t v?>Iii?:iiu??us bill of twentyone sections. The liill is a combination of the Australian system with Federal cv-iitrol of elections. The ? Australian system ;is in force in Massachusetts. is adapted ami applied to the tvliolt' country in all Congressional and Presidential eleciiojus. Each pollinir place is put in charge o" six jud.<:? -, or supervisors, three j"]V...

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 March 1890

ISt'C. fk" n-- IMIIII H.MI I I I -?.II 3 - Tie FaiffieldiNewsaud Herald.! ? PUMLrSMBD XYISHT W&DJfBSDAT -'61? Pie Wo - and - Herald - Co. JTEItM*, IX AUVAXCG :j I nr. .... SI.50. fix Xtadii, .... .75. ji. t - ?.* ijmh ? w n i>. iiLii, \s> / Editors. JA.S. Q. DAT"IS ) rAD VEnri.ilNG HATES, CASH: Ou# dolUr a >qu.\re for th? first insertion and fifty ccnts for each subsequent Insertion rates for contract advertisers. Alarriajju and death notice* free. Kesalar rjtes c fur obituaries. Orders for Job r\"or:c solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, March 26. : : : 1890 1 The much discussed Blair hill was defeated iu the Senate on Thursday by a vote of 31 to 37. Empeuob William may summon all the generals of the Empire to a Council. but thev will hardly make up the 1 ? 1;? ? * *- ?. \\w ?K*? I OSS IV Hi III auu IU uviutaui u; i??v. resignation of Otto Von Bismarck. ?. M. Dkavtox seems Co be left in the co'ei b- tli? present administration. He will agree with the Democrats that a...

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. — 26 March 1890

i.UUA i, IN'i'E LlISKXCE. I Wednesday. March 26. : : j New Advertisements. Rabnn?Moses Clowney. Money to Loan?Alston & Patton, ; Columbia, S. CFound?J. Law McCrorey, Glad- j Notice for Final Discharge -Thos. W. Brice, Administrator. Registration Notice?James Pagan, Supervisor of Registration. ?ISO for an outfit. - Try it?canning. ?How about keeping farm accounts this rear? ?Try to farm better in 1890 than ever before. ?Get the best reading matter for your family. ?This if the year in which to make genuine progress. ?New York State had forty-five Farmers' Institutes last year. ?The Bank has hail new curbing put in the well just in the rear of its building. ?In Shades, Chairs, Lounges and Beds we will give you special bargains. * j. J. Gkrig &" Co. ?Mr. S. T. Clowney has sold his fine horse, "Wagener, Jr.. to Mr. M. M. Buford, of Newberry. ?The grist mill of Mr. Robert Clowney, in the Halsellviile section was blown down by the storm. ?Don't neglect the Prize Clubs and Institut...

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. — 26 March 1890

. ' 8 g? J .'1.-LL'1. ? , LJgdL- - .11* -r "-1 -" !'* * S8 * < J * /. i >:? "V V DR.TALLAGE PREACHES ON THE CB- j L CATIONS 0? CHILDREN. The . i i- 1 i ih -M.i ; "V ?jjii._l >!>.-: ;>y IS? >{i-v?r ?*? .* i*l ih \ :ftCX l?cf I ?i - /!;?. < !! I)r. Talma*:'"- aumuriie- ( ' ::v ; s t.-xt ?ht* *. A i'oohsi! soil ; i: - ]n':HT2'K-<> Ol' lii-OliOI IK*!. ' ? Prov. I. H<* sui.l: All p.-ir-:its-.Villi: their <-i:il>Ir?-i.: id turn out v.'.'Ti. ILnvcvcr poorly fatli or u.:i?t !!i:;y have* don<* i!>em ? stives, tl'f v \v;.!:t thoir sou.-* ami daughters to u;> spk-u-Ldly. I p io foitv y: tirs ->t ajfi.* parents may Lave o-iil.-t < T' Vi*-. Llii'V : I;. 11 theirchief am i<: lions me i'<>r their children. oome of :h'.- <>1<1 iii:m muues imlieut this. The name of Ahaer !uca-:s "his i'u:hers Limp. The iimae* Atiui-ju:.; "her father's>\v." Ami want a parental doii^lil was Solomon to David. :u;J S.uuuel to Hannah, and Joseph t o ...

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. — 2 April 1890

~"'?*~ ' ' '- ^ ^ ' ^ J ?i-?tm???M I- ^ lg^riM?IJ??a^^^*^'^-3a=^>J-a**TgaTegJCC3 ?3ir-' *n * nr? 'I " ' a I' I 'II - JL..T I II ll?ll?^l I aM^WKIW ^ ^ "" ~ : "~* " , VOL. XLVI. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL *, 1890. :NQ- 33? .? "iin~ Mi'iMwawn?-" I I ?.wii.?-m- -rr..?i *-i twvtrafatt** "'" I"? L-tillmax axd : oorr. W THE FARMERS' CONVENTION NAME! THE NEXT HEADS OF A TICKET. The Motion to Nominate Carried by ?>ar row Majority?Tlie Nominees Seleetet l Without Opposition?A Full Account o: K the Proceedings*. iGre*uvi:!e Columbia, S. C., March 27.?It wasf about twenty minutes after twelve , o'clock when the Farmers" State Con vention was called to order by Ciniir!man G. "Wash Shell, of Laurens. The hum of conversation in the hall ceased and hats were doffed while the proceedings began with prayer by the Rev. D. "W. Hiott of Anderson. Chair man Shell presented to the convenrtion a gavel sent for its use by four waixgebuig boys now attending the Alabama Agricultural College. Ha...

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. — 2 April 1890

Tie FairfieldNewsand Herald. PUBLISHED SVJSRY WEDNESDAY -BY? INeWo - and - Herald - Co. * 81.50. Six Mast'm, .... .75. a urnn>y-:_* i msec?. ~ W. D. DOUGLASS, ) / Editors. J AS. Q. DAVIS, ) SAZ)VSRTISING RATES, CASH: One dollar a square for th? first insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion .Special rates for contract advertisers. Marriage and death notices/ree. Uegular rates caarged for obituaries. Orders for Jo-> Work solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, April 2. : : : liJOO Titp roon wnnAllllccS liis tmvil AU" .??vr I" dead, argues a priori that he is dead. - "When a large number of people live iu a certain territory with certain metes and bounds, that place is called a city or town, according to the number of inhabitants. It is not a town ei* city, however, without inhabitants, so when a man says a town is dead, when the bulk of the inhabitants are full or life blood and movinsr on ill progress, that man virtually foredaims his own death, that is to say, d...

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. — 2 April 1890

LOCAL LMELlIGEKCE. Wednesday. April 2. : : U:!J0 New Advertisements. Rubifoatu ? \\\ E. Aiker. Wanted-J. F. McMasier & C>. Notice - il. L. Dulce, S. C. F. C. It Will Pay Yon?II. Latulecker. Our Buyer?McMaster, Brice & Ketchin. J J5n?-rs. ? Tin* of Oil iII Cotnp:i!i> wst> !U:;uiiiy o:s Tin >d;:v. Sotnebo?U if.u-t Ktiii have cotton lor sale. ?II. H. Simpson lia> planted lii> usual crop of corn ulon<? the pavement in front of tlie Wajfon Work's Shop?. ?Th ;,e::>Iuii warrant* for Usis county :.r- sis the hand? of Civi le Jenui! ? ?, v?ho will deliver them to tiie ovvmj.S :f llifeV will call U" office. ? 1'iivr \ orkville Ktil' /']> Ave comes out this Week in new dresS and li:i? been enlar^i d ; > ? iii*:e column folio. We com<?! v u:a;<r our esteemed cont?'uij>orai> on ;he snctess it has attained a':c? which it h*s so deserved. --Some. County news is omitted in this week's paper. It will come out next week. We always give prefer^ . ence ...

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 April 1890

A STUDY IN STILL LIFE. \ i THE DOINGS OF ONE CLASS OF LAW- ! DEFYINC CITIZENSDesperate Moonahiners who Hold an Armed j Camp oa the Virginia-North Carolina j Border. iifew York World.j More tlian two hundred moonshiners have established a fortified ouinp in Franklin county, Virginia, and /-vrvnlv rl^fv tVif n.nf.horifips of the United States. They have over one hundred illicit stills in operation and are producing thousands of barrels of whiskey on "which no duty to Uncle ? Sam is paid. The manufacture of illicit whiskey has been carried on more or less extensively throughout the South for a good many years, but the contraband stills have been conducted on a small scale in the hidden recesses of the A , Ti _ 1 1 mountains, jli nas ax ways ueen a comparatively easy matter for the revenue officers to capture and break up these stills whenever they could locate them. The camp in Franklin county is an exception, however. Several attempts have been made within the last two years by the re...

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 April 1890

I vt att WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1890. NO. 34. I L \ UJU. iYJU Y _*_ fig w??OW<?WWKJmBWWB?PMMiM JT^ TALMAGE OX ANGUS. H A SERMON RELATING TO SUPERNAL K . EXISTENCE.Br The Characteristics of the Celestial Beings, a* Gathered from Statements in Holy Writ. I Dr. T aim age on Sunday announced as his text Judges xiii, 19: "And the angel did wondrously." Following is a report ot his sermon: Fire built on a rock. Manoah and his "wife had there kindled the flames for sacrifice in the praise of God, and in honor of a guest whom thev supposed to be a man. But as the flfuaes rose up higher and higher their stranger guest stepped into the flame and by one red leap ascended into the skies. Then they knew that j 1,a Anc?pl rvf the Lord. "The,1 JUV ?? j t angel did wondrously." Two hundred and forty-eight times does the Bible refer to the angels, yet I never heard or read a sermon on smgelology. The whole subject is relegated to the realm mythical, weird, spectral and unknown. Suc...

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. — 9 April 1890

Bjp'r' - ' ??1? Tie Fairfield Newsaod Herald. C'v'v TUZLIAKMD JSVSRT WMDNM3DAT -BTNeWo - and - Herald - Co. TEBHS, IX ADVANCE ; f: I??r. .... SI.50, ?lx M?>tks, 75. I" W. D. DOUGLASS, ) } Editors. J AS. ^ DATIS, ^ -* IABVERTISING RATES, CASH: - * 2". ^ On? dollar a square ior uib nrs? insertion and fifty cento for each subsequent Insertion Special rates for contract advertisers. Marriags and death notices free. l.egular rat?s caar^ed for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday. April 9. : : 1890 Xtjor Colt Declines. In & very dignified and polite letter to Mr. Shell, Major J. C. Coit, the nominee for Lieutenent Governor by the Shell convention, declines the nomination. He is iu sympathy with the agricultural interest, hut he cannot endorse all of the platform which "Tillman wrote and brought in liis breeches pocket." Mr. Coit could not have consistently accepted the nomination after having strongly condemned the Shell Manifesto at the farmers' me...

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. — 9 April 1890

r J LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, April 9. ; : : 1800 2iew Advertisements. ^ Planters?J. M. Elliott. ' I am the Ram's Kam?T. W. Wallace. Spring and Summer Goods?Macaulay & Turner. Farquhar and Dowlavv\s Planters? J. F. Mc Master & Co. I,?.cal Bricis. ?]Mauy famers have corn np, and are busily en^ated in planting cotton. P ?The County Alliance met in Boat's Bp Opera House on Friday, and discussed vwvH-nirurto* to flip organization. r luaiioi ^ - ?- - - o ?Mr. W. H. Flenniker., wc are glad to say, is able to be at bis place w of business again, after a sickness of three weeks. w ?The election for lutendani and Wardens passed off quietly Monday-The ticket nomiuated by the mnnicil pal club was elected. L ?Mr. John Hollis brought a J Tf TTO . I Iwnopper m ?>a uuxuua>. ? a sturgeon, and weighed 115 vvuds and was Gft. Tins. long. ?ir. Iloilis caught it in liis fr-spfu Vv'ateree Rirer. ?"We are roqueted by the secretary r--~? of the Cth Regiment Survivals' Association to stat...

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. — 9 April 1890

> i S I p The Haunted Uham&eF, BY "THE DUCHESS." Authvr of "Monica," "ifona Scully* PhyUie " etc., etc. Rg^.'- CHAPTER vn. Reluctantly,- yet with a certain amount of curiosity to Ifnow what it is he may wish to sav to her, Dora wends her way to the gallery to keep her appointment with Arthur. Pacing to and fro beneath the searching eves of the gaunt cavaliers and haughty daraes that gleam down upon him-from their canvases upon the walls, Dyne court impatiently awaits her coming." "Ah, you are late!" he exclaims as she ? ; ? approaches. There is a tone of authoritv about him that dismays her. " ?? * i.l-.-iTw n I -sios very, jl mniii. sue 1 c^uuuo i pleasantly, Seeming conciliatory measures the best. "Why did you not come to the library? We all missed you so much at tear "Xo doubt," he replies sarcastically. "I can well fancy the disappointment my absence caused; the blank looks and regretful speeches that marked my defection. Pshaw?let-you and me a't least be honest to each o...

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. — 9 April 1890

FPLEMEiSTT, 17'/A" (i FACTS ABOUT TIIE, p QUAKERS. Ei.rniA, March 31.?Thinking j ips a few items in relercnce | 'i.:? II.;., t,i Ko , HHLh&KVl> *'3 IIH9 \/M I uti^uv vv j Kg to gome of j oar leaders, jfh as they have passed alnnstj from the present history of the ! r, and yet arc still such an im! element in this city's growth pelopmeut, I hare gathered np acts in their history which may e to some extent their present ? r?/\ti?irtn in enripfv- wf)ir,h is WW (.?!..? .. Hist a unique one, and give^ou idea as to how zealously they to guard the more salient features leir religion, such as dress, manner peech, and so on. [is quite an interesting fact to note ' they have preserved almost intact distinctive features of their man im of Jife for so long a time and with Hth close and intimate contact with H progressive tendencies of our civHLation. Instead of being assiiniHted with the masses of the people Kcially and losing mnch of that which m so quaint and suggestive of the sevenlee...

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. — 16 April 1890

|P' K ^ . .... VOL XLVI. ' ~ ' ~' WIXNSBORO, S. C., WEDNSDAY, APRIL 16, 1890. ISO. 35. A DEAD LION: WORDS SPOKEN IN THE TABE'RNA- j ?~ CLE PULPiTi I>r. De Witt Talma^e Sj?os.kn From Kcclciii- i a*t? Upon a 'Dead Lion," and Creates h J Sensation. i The subject of Dr. Talmage's ser-j e i .... ..4 r - | llAUii UI1 OUUittlj ?u3 -rx. jytavi and Lis text, Ecclesiastes 9:4, -A living dog is better than a dead lior." Hv said: The Bible is the strnngest.tln.* love- j liest. the mightif-su the weirdest. thr- j best of books. Written by Moses the lawyer. Joshua the soldier. Samuel th* judge, Ezra the builder. Job the poet. David the shepherd, Daniel the piime-minister, Autos the herdsman. Matthew the custom-house officer. Luke' the doctor, Paul the , ?- schaClr," Jonirthc exile: a.nd yet a complete harmony from the middle ] verse of the Bible,wilk>k.;s thejyghth verse of the one hundred and seven- ] + txpoU), ?.?* w fo t'ns liriiv-i' < UV:CjU bli W M u j >i i w V<AV MX/*rvA I an...

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. — 16 April 1890

|- MMiliidfaL PUBLISHED ZVXKY WBDXESDA Y gjjpi; Mevvo - arid - Herald - Co. TKflMS, IX ADVANCE; X ear. .... SI.50 Six Months. .... -T*. VV. D. D'.J:J-JLVSS 1 / Editors. PJAS. Q. DAVIS ) AD VEttTlSlXG RATE*, CASH: Ohc dollar :: square for the iirst insertion and lifty eents for each subsequent insertion Special rates for contract advertisers. Marriage and death notices free. .ue^uuii hicks r.irz'-M '"i" ??:>nu:iries. Orders for J >!> V >r.c solicit.:'!. VVINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, April 16. : : : 185?0 Is it not appalling that the very government, the govern nient of the State of South Carolina, created by the people who elect men to till ofiices, should be subservient to a "ring" and stand indicted by the creators of the government itself with the charge of corruption? Is it not amvillin-* tluit. a part of the people, part aiul parcel of their own party, should order a man to take the stump, to prove that their own par v is run in the interest of "the bamboozled and deb...

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. — 16 April 1890

LvHJAL iiSTKLiiIGEycR VVednesl;iy. April 10.. : : 1300 New Advertisements. FairGeiti Clothiers? t,j. jl>. ??:mioru & Co. A .Joint Resolution?B. W. Taylor, President Board or' Regents. !.< ??U JJricIS. ?The Gordan Light Infantry will bo inspected uu May 12. ?Samuel Simpson is improving Lis dvveliin-r bv a fresh coat of paint. s ?The Methodist cun&rtgation have O O ! had the graves ard nicely cleaned off. gp ?The farmers say that they need rain very badly. ?"Who will be the first fanner or farmers to start another cannery. ?Do you like sauer kraut? S. S. j Gibson has just received a supply for i sale. * ; ?Tiie reports less biuine*s ! pAssiug ihrougii his office than at the ! s une time of tbe year for years. ?The Town of Anderson is in llie j water works business, she is tired of j old dry pumps. - The fanners have most of their j corn and cotton planted and now oi.lv ! ask for a iiule rain to bring it up. I ? ?- ?Holiday was a very warm day j ' .1 1. , im/i ! iilKl it ...

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