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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 21 May 1890

E3?^ ' a?i urn r?M?a?? Tie Mill fcisdM, PU3LTHHEI) EVERY WEDNESDAY -'JY? Newo - and - Herald - Co. TEKH<s \A ADVAXCK: lea r. .... $1.50 ?ix Mouths, - .75. W. D. DOU'JL VS>, ) > Editors. i J AS. CJ. DAVIS, ) AD YKRTISING RATES. CASH: One ilu!!ar a .sq.ui.re for the first inser?n ami fifty cents for each subsequent nsertiou Special rat?s for contract advertisers. Marriage and death notices free. Kegular rates c iarsjed for obituaries. Orders for Job V >rk solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, May 21. : : : 1890 It would better become the dignity of Congress to proceed with more decorum in the transaction of business. It is unfortunate that the legislative body representing a great, country like the United States bhonld consume 60 much time in the settlement of per t 1. - 'in . o i : . * ~ souaj aiiachs. u:e o[jeaKt:r i-? iv blame for &ome portions of it. By his outrageou* rulings, he provoke- just attacks u;?on him-elfTun 5:uie Executive Commi ico. in arranging for pu...

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. — 21 May 1890

r ' LuCAL INTE1.LI3K.NCE. Wednesday. May 21. : : Xe-.r Advertisement#. Wc Have Keceived?S. S. Wolle, Agent. And isi'l We Are Nut Happy? D. Lauderdale. V m i % Lcc:ii Briers. ?Air. A. Willi lord shipped a carload of fine horses to Charleston 011 Friday. ?Quite a large crowd was in town on Tuesday in attendance upon the memorial ceremonies. - The new lanterns which the Town Council ordered lor the iiouk Mid Lidder Uo.npauy have arrived. ?Solicitor McDonald sent us Saturday 10th a basket of line Irish potatoes of this year's crop for which he ha* our thanks. ?The Fanners' Alliance met here on Friday, and as usual there wa?< quite a laige crowd from the Collnty in attendance. ?A tire occurred on the place of Mr. F. Eldrr on Saturday evening in one of the outbuildings, which was u?ed for a blacksmith ?hop. ?On Sunday morning the infant child . of Rev. and Mrs. Herbert Jones died C.-P+.QV ?, i wr Tho funeral unci a IVU^ liiiivvw. service took place at the Methodist Church on Monday at ...

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. — 21 May 1890

FOR FARMERS ONLY. SOME TiMELY SUGGESTIONS FROM RECOGNIZED AUTHORITYHow Farm Work May '? Prtfitably at this Season?Valuable Information on Sundry Points. Ei* Southern Cultivator. With this month the cultivation of tho main crops of the; farm common ces ir> earnest. On many farms com has already reoevcd its first working and should now be in a thrift v, growing condition. The old rixle of plowing over the crop every three weeks should not be observed, further than to be certain that the interval is never so long. Three weeks, as a rule,is too long an interval. If only three W!mvin<?s ?.re to be eiven. L 0_ w it were better to defer the first plowing until the plants liave five or six leaves (if the ground has not been before neglected, or has not been run together by heavy rains), ani then give the remaining two plowing? at intervals of two weeks. But we have found a still better plan to give only a partial plowing at each going ' * J.l. ^ over, say wo iuitows wilu u. swwp, or 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. — 21 May 1890

1 r . U - ggg . flfflewsiiflJ Herald. p PLEMENT." F hcxjlstek asi> tub i It HERS. nit/?r K<*nlirs to Karill*r I . i's 3Ianifrsto. sor.*: The u^h*!I mani ' * r?toent!y appealed in please publish also the L ^vii. .\io Master lo the charge Br iinst him in that document. - TiliuiHiiitcs assert that the yverntueut is an oligarchy and eus who oppose tiicir schemes .ocrats, permit me to -ay that (v meu to whom patent of /have been i?>U"d in England's I the governing power of this I the seven (?lc:ii?>n trutees an? lent>011 Culirse. The?;- nun L dey s<> choo.-r, rheir de??-cuB^'r at! vegetation.*, have been by the Legislature with the of all the property that the >11 ever cs.abllsh 011 the Clem- j nd. There may be erected massive brick edifice* and a may be built in the wilderness Bf the State seveial hundred BBBd dollars. Thi cjntiol of all -? - ->? t? nf u me suieuuuii ui u wi j/? vi ors and of all the officers and ces of the institution will be, .itne, the righ...

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 May 1890

I ^ ^ ^ VOLXLVI. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1890. NO. 41. ? M i M 11 ii in i mi i 11 ii Kggsac.uiK?iii mcmmmmmtmmm* THE GOLDEN 111 LK. THE CONFUCT BITW'EENtJ LABOR A NO CAPITAL' Dr. Talma^e (,'liar:tcterize* the W?r as the Greatest t Ju? World lias EverSe< :i-.V i;ale wni snuKiih 31a.nv of the Wrinkles Out of " ^ On S : day morning Dr. Talmuge K preached on "The Old Fight to be W~ Settled," from the text: ""Whatsover ' ye would that men should do you. do " ("Matt. vii? 12. r Following is the sermon: Tsv"t> hundred and fifty thousand laborers in Hyde Park, London, and the streets of America and European cities filled with processions of workmen carrying bunnors, brings the subject _of labor and capital to the r. front. That all tins was clone in 1 peace, and that as a result, in many ! places, arbitration lias taken place. I is a hopeful sign. Tlie greatest war tlie world lias ever seen is between capital and labor. #The strife is not like tiiat wliicli in history is ...

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 May 1890

; - - fiielairfielii Neivsand Herald. PUBLISHED tCYERY WEDNESDAY -BY? Newo - and - Herald - Co. TKRM-i, I* ADVANCE; T9HT SI.3C Vlx Months, .... ,7i? r W. D. DOUGLASS ) > Editors. J AS. Q. DAVIS, ) AD VKRTISING RATES. CASH: One dollar a square for the first inser> u aii'l liftv (vnts for each subsequent nsertion S;k*ci:i1 rates for contract advertisers. Marriage and death notices free. ltegular rates ciarjred f.?r obituaries. Orders for Job WorK soiioite l. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, if ay 2<5. : : 1890 The census should have been taken; but in that event very probably theory would have been raised against "useless extravagance." Where one wishes to grumble it is not hard to find a pretext. The Charleston World says that in Abbeville recently 3771 votes were cast of which more than 2300 were for TT *1.,. ur.-l.i iltiuiail. HOW IIIUUll UUUS MHT ffl/liu. wish to lx*t either that 3771 Democrats voted, or thut 2800 voted for Tillman?, Is the World prepared to prove that 1000 De...

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. — 28 May 1890

local intelligence. Wednesday, May 28. : : : l?i90 Xew Advertisements. T"Krt I."1!, l"! I on/li>|.Hslli> JLUv 1' t/ . Uuuuv. v,^.v. For Sale?Ulysse G. Desportes. Rupture?\V. D. Davis, Monticello, S. C. New York Racket Store?II. Landeckcr. Executor's S^lc?R. II. Jennings, ! Executor. Citation?J. A. Hinnant, Judge of | Probate. For Sale- W. G. ilinnant. Ridge-! way, S. j l.?.ml Uriels. ?The "Weekly is delayed this week 011 account of having- to send to Xew ' York to replace a broken part of our I press. ?The grippe is still lingering with : us. j ?The G. L. 1. carried with them ; the battle tlig ot' the 12th Iicgiment, j S. C. V. ?The English sparrow has como j and is occupying every nook and i ?/\f .iliviufli W111U1 uvt aui;u\i; vwu^vu. ?Five tin plates were found in the road near Mr. T. K. Elliott's. The owner can get them by applying to j this office. ?Hot weather and politics are now j running u ten-mile heat, and it is hard j to say which will win. It is nip and j tuck betw...

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. — 28 May 1890

mm ?> i ; J i I > 5> "J' i J ;' v 1 L A L: l He Gives r i :Xi-?-:;ENCcS DM A Ct.ft!r..r? d i 1C OCC/tw'ON. AritiJj- T:iik > oi" iciy o: S :!>jcvl^ ?:* u Very !'rco :i i !ia>y Matii:'.: . Atl'f.i it : > ?. I thought it was Sherman. No. I II-bit eUker.bui soiJiL'ho-.v it reminded iue oi Sherman. We l:avl coiapauy for ?linn or?children ;iii'! xva n-eliil <lroa Jtii-I other kinfolks. :::: i were winding uj> ih" general repast v. lilt strawberries aad "o.-im v.Lvu su'i .! ?l? 1 .. ts..,.. , .. vivniv wJLiviv u.-? *k y \ s. :; 2 i\ . thai shook the eli-ia^nis and :t a storm or win-! and ituji and i ;ii s:? swiftly that it stopped t!;;' tern: : ::< conversation. Mis. Arp looked a? me I ioor.c.l a: Iter ior u ia?*?men:. There wild racket and a vatiliug overhead ami against the windows. and in Hit- back Jitdi. lik- ;: thousand gnus hud opened lire yp<;ir our devoted houselfid. ihe long back iit4.il M il'? open to the wind and the hail-stones roiled and bounce...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 28 May 1890

I to FairffftHNmvsaiid ffftralil.'?' mv iuujwiuiivin/w.iu j ?? ' SUPPLEME iSTTT ; IMPRESSION FROM ANDKISON. (Greenville News.) i The meeting'at Anderson 01; Satur-, u#v iiiicicswij; oim m t-v>vni. i respects important. !t was the occas-' ion of Captain Tillman's liivt appearance as a candidate in this Piedmont country, where lie must lind his strength when the contest becomes close and hot and the time for voting is near. This section is the home of the ideas Captain Tillman claims to represent, lie brings no new doctrine here. The farmers of Anderson, Abbeville, Greenville, Spartanburg and Laurens were lighting for economy, lower taxes, fewer oiliee holders, no public luxuries and fair apportionment and had found strong allies in the Piedmont country before captain Tillman appeared asportentous figure in ihe political sky. * For four or live years they have been hardening t heir faith and concent rating their strength for reform with Tillman as an incident. On the answer to the ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 4 June 1890

111 p ' f1 ^ ^ 'jjjfy ^ |j|j| "*" . "- jsu@? . . 0M r?^.-SlSS VOL. XLVI. WINNSBOMO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1890. NO. 42. 4-Jj i ?? ?? ??B?MP?bmpb > >? w>-n ww l ??^ GORDON ENDORSES 7HE fAIMiRS- AlUAtlCI -'JLLY AND An L.<-' ir-i- >V!iich Ai>;>??ml in tlie S >;i. ii.Tn, Alliance t';tiniur?Living Edi; i>rown, of the Southern Alliance :*ir:uer. recently wrote to Governor ?iui\lou, .'.skiug his views upon the in.ui.vrs in which the Alliance is inteiv:>u d. and also asking his upproval and endorsement" of the order. Governor Gordon replied as follows: Atlanta. G i.. Ma}*, Z'i. 1890.? Mr. H 0. i>:\nvn. Editor of the Southern JJliariCv: Farmer?My Deiir Sir: llepl resenting as you do, so large and honorable a body of our best citizens your riglit cannot be questioned, to r my opinion of the great movement to wliich you refer in your letter of yesterday. My answer will be given with entire frankness. although the exacting nature of my duties absolutely forb...

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. — 4 June 1890

Tb FflipfipJfi Nftwsand Hdd. L 11V X 111 I UV1U 1IVI1 IJU'UU 11V1 w??? PUBLISHED EVERY WKDyKSDA ^ CNewo - and - Herald - Co TERM , i:* ADVANCE: I?ar. - 31.5. *lx Moulin, .... .73 w D. l) vs-?, i / Editors. J AS. LI. DAVIS, ) I AD V& MIXING HAT US, CASH: One dollar a sq uire for thr first inser?it an I iii'iy en it* for raeli subsequent nserci^u .Social rates for contract advertisers. .M lrna;?? ami death notices free. i^exul.tr r.tt*-s e larked f?>r obituaries. Orders for Job \ror'.; s.?!i *it?'i. _ . VVfNN'SBORO, S. C. - ~ Wednesday, .June 4. : : : 18901 .. j Hen. Bratton for Uovcrnor. In another olamn ii vw ill be seen that Gen. John Bratt?i\ of Fairfield, ha; consented to become a candidate lor LX. Governor, and will utto d ihe meeting*: proposed bv ihe Democratic Execntive Committee. Gen. Brat I on become.* a candidate at | the argent r?qncat ot inunv ccizms of | the Si:? <\ which emus t<> hut with! J "the ru?s ?>l a call to tluU.'' Fr?u? loft letter it will l...

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. — 4 June 1890

ipN LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday. June 4. : : l^VO \>w Adr?>rti!>?ment'<. Job?.1. M. Beaty & B:o. Did I Hear Yon Say?I). Landerdale. i ?.cul Iiriois. ?The grocery store of Mr. R. M. Huey was closed on Thursday on account of financial embarrasment. -Mr. James M. Fliggin*, who is one of the recent appointed enumerator?, took his oath of office 011 Monday. ?Monday was salcsday, but the crowd in attendance was very .small. Only one tract of land was offered for sale. ?Levi Dougloss was up before the mayor on Monday morning for cursing and disorderly conduct 0:1 the street. He was tiued $2. lie paid the line. ?J. M. Beaty & Bro. makes a speciality of shoes this morning. They have a large stock, and you can have plenty of them to make your selections. ?All of the visitors to Richmond, including the military, have got back to the Boro safely. They are unani loonsly agreed t hut thav had a boss time. ?We return thanks to Prof. R. T. Crawford for an invitation to be pres...

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. — 4 June 1890

. * HA MA I* illMj, | He SESMCN iM THE TABERNACLE j Piti PIT P.P BROOKLYN!. Dr. T^lmage I'rcaclics Vj>on the Hanging ?>f ii.tuiun, and Draw* Therefrom Many 5c: Curio'K Deductions. In tlie Brooklyn Academy of Music Sunday morning. Dr. Talmage preached from tlie text, "So they hanged Hainan on the gallows that he prepared for Mordecai" Esther BK. 7:10. Following is thesermon: Here is an Oriental courtier, about the most offensive man in Hebrew history, Haman by name. He plotted for the destruction of the Israe iitish nation, and 1 wonder not that in some of the Hebrew synagogues to this day when Hacaan's name is mentioned, the cougregation clench their iists, and stamp their feet and cry, "Let his name be blotted out!" Hainan was prime minister in the magnificent court of Persia. Thoroughly appreciative of the honor conferred. he expects everybody that he passes to be obsequious. Coming in one day a! the gate of the palace, the servants drop their heads in honor of liis office: ...

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 June 1890

' '1 VOL. XLVI. WINNSBORO., S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 1890. NO. 43. M - mi: SWORD. IT nAS Pl.A (ED A GREAT PART. BUT IT IS DOOMEDSe. moil by Dr. Ta'mage at ihe Brooklyn ? - - - f Academy?'xnesvoruaK .^eru m wc ?The l <? and A1?h*c l>y_ Nations?The Tiiueis coming When Nation Sh 11 No More- '.'.it J.'i? Sword Against Nation. B:: .:;ly.v, X. Y., June 5.?Chaplain X. Witt Talmage last Sunday preaclied the annual sermon before the Thirteenth regiment, in the Academy of Music. The staff-officers and members of the regiment were immediately in fro*:t of the platform, and their friends thronged the gal * _ XT?i. Icnesy^-l'tie Hymn sung was mu nui" \ly c->u try. .ii? <>f ie . Sweet laud of liberty.'* The subject of * the sermon was; ikThe -Sword?Its Mission and its Doom." The text, Isaiah xxxiv. 5: My sword shall be bathed in heaven." Three hundred and fifty-one times does the Bible speak of that sharp, keen, curved, inexorable weapon, whir-h flashes udoh us from the text ?tUe...

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. — 11 June 1890

i ? > r v ' ^^^ ____ ??a ? Pn He FajpfieldNewsaiidHerald. \ PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY . -XT Newo - and - Herald - Co. : ? TKKW , t.i ADVANCE: Tear. - #1.3. ?ix Mouths, - . - - ...? W D. DOLu*H.SS, ) \ Editors. J AS. % DAVIS, ) ADVERTISING RATES. CASE: Qbi doiUr ? ?qu.ire for the first insern atxi fifty cents for each subsequent nsertion >>j>.*ei?l rates for contract adf rertisera. Marria** .tad death :i?tic?s free. lie'u! ir rat^s c rirsr^.l for obituaries. Orders fur I vV >r:c J. WINNS30R0, S. C. Wednesday. .June 11. : : : 1890 If our friend, the Iiidu?*w?y Adcertiser, wants to yo halv?*?. on that proposed bet wifh tha Peak Xncx. it will ; please let u- know. Capt. \V. A. Cockiexay, in an .. t}i? All. jiucrvictv ??ii ii u. ir|/?iiv> ..... .... gasta Chronicle. Pays positively that he i> not a cacdiilai^t'or governor. Tiieuk is one thing certain the McKinley hill will not pass the Senate in its present shape. That' impudent speaker iJeotl will not be in the chai...

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 June 1890

_ i''ii - c LUC AL INTELLIGENCE. %'m _ Wednesday. June 11. : : le^u Xew Advertisement*. Listen ? W. E. Aiken. IWinthrop Training School. Ai! Ilail?Q. D. Wiliiford & Co. Agent's Sale?II. Y. Milling, Agent. Florida Orange Cider?F. W. Rabenicbt. V.^t ;< ?*_ I. X. Withers. Clerk. f Citation?.1. A. llinnant, Judge of Probate. Special Sc'.iuol Tax?J. C. Caldwell, Chairman. Registration Notice?James Pa^an, Supervisor. The Fairfield Savings and Loan ? J. M. LJeuu, Sec. anil Treas. i Uriel*. ? All of the farmers whom we met , in attendance during the present term of Court report the crops in most admirable condition. ?Uur office was ornaruentea \e.-t.rday afternoon by the presence of i wo young !adic?. It was quite a pleasant surprise, and we hope they will call again. ? I'he C??uuty Commissioners are making various improvements in and aroui>d the Court House yard, which U ' t'idds much to the general appearance I <>t the ground*. ?There will be a concert giveu at the \Va\iua...

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. — 11 June 1890

... , , . ^ v LONCSTRtnT;c: POuTiCS. flow ii<- JJccaiue aKe;iiil)iicaii-Th? Tras- [ Story of H?k Actio:: After tlie \V:?r. Gen. Longstreet 1ms exploded a } story -which has been circulated for ! years as an explanation of hiseonnec- j tion with the Republican party. The f common report has been that Long-1 street made up his mind on this sub- \ ject at a conference with several other well-known Confederate Generals soon after the close of the v.ar: that they all agreed to indorse the policy of reconstruction: that Longstreet wrote a letter following out that idea.and that in consequence of the abuse which this action brought upon Long<sf.rpor, t.he other Confederate srenerals j who had agreed to go into the move- j ment with hiru "backed out." Gen. Longstreet was in St. Louis last Monday, and a reporter of the GlobeDemocrat called his attention to the story which has been frequently told in explanation of his alliance with the Republican pari*'. Gen. Longstreet said: "That is ...

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 June 1890

, , , _ ^ 1^1 ih?i i ^ ^^' '" ~r"t":"" """": -.:i. . ^ ^ ^ ' 1 i . ! mmmrnrn ^ ^ 1. .' " "|!' mi ""'jg1".11. VOL. XLVI. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1890. NO 44. :i C r.AMI'AIGX JISXTINGS. l A GOOD CROWD ATTEND TO HE A 3 J THE CANDIDATES. S[iecciics ?>v OiifkiKtu on >i<lc?iiistussiiis: ti>e State (Jovcriimoit in Various Aspects. * *ri/IU LiJt :ia.i . The meet" ' ordered by 'no Democratic Sta Executive Committee was held ol Knetiiu pmeut ground on "Wednesujty. The speakers arrived from Greenville on the early ^ morning train. Just before ll o'clock, the hour lisedforthe'meeting,a procession was i'ormed headed by the Gleudale band. ?uk1 comprising the carriages con.. *1 , 'rl.rk I I Ll\/ iLLi.ll LliKJ i vtv. committee, with several vehicles bringing up tli j it-iii . At the Encampment giounds there had assembled about I SOt) men. amoug whom was u little' K sprinkling of ladies. After calling the meeting to order County Chairman Carson introduced. [ :t:> the lir...

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 June 1890

ffliji ?11 . "!io FairfialdNewsand Herald. rUXUSUH !> /> VKllY WKDXKSUA^ 5? iNewo - and - Herald - Co. ( JfKltH'', 1% ADVAXCK: ^ T - ' ?... SI.~> | .... .73. w i). Dtyju'n vss,) [- Editors. .) VS. o. DAVIS, ) i v.. I . 1 n VER VISING HA TES. CM SII: I ilollir a sji'i.'.ro tor n:?* nrsi nisei- , n :i'i 1 fifty cents for each .>-ubse jucnt : nstaiioii Special rates for contract ad- | .?i trria^y ami ?lc-ath noticesfree. lit- *ti!ur rat.is ciarsjed for obituaries. j for .1 >!> \V.?r!c oiioitf.t. WINNSBORO, S. C. ~ - j Wc.laes lay. June 1G. : : USUO ! Shxvroii W. 15. Ej?wauus, of Dar lin^ron, die.I on lust. Wednesday, j W:iito we didn't agree with him in >o;n?; of his poiittcil opinion?, yet he moie an able Senator. He was a very ~strong debater, and always stood with tenac ty to his conviction*. Tuk candidates for Sia'e officers will be given ample opportunity to ventilate their views. Thy people have c.lifll !.?ra HUl UlSCUS>!OU Ut uiv fS9\*vr audit is probable...

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. — 18 June 1890

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ! ! Wednesday, June 13, ; : : 18901 New Advertisements. To Our Costomers?D. Lauderdale. Fair Notice?McMaster, Br ice Ketohin. i.ecal Uriels. ?The County Commissioners held their regular monthly meeting on Wednesday. ?Mr. 11. X. Obear has made great i improvements on his dwelling within ! the past week or ten days. -Tuft Countv j iil i-: ut present tenant less. Such a tiling has not occurred ' within the memory of man, certainly I if we take the endot the war to be tlie j limit of man's memory. ? Miss Lizzie S. Lupo, of Long Run,.t Fairfield, has graduated at liie Win-I throp Training Scliool, Columbia, and at the closing exercises will lead an ! essay on "Drawing in school." ?The ladies of the W. C. T. U. sold j ice cream on Tuesday afternoon in the 1 store occupicd by Mr. J. B. Crosby as j an office. Thev were well patronized I by the large crowd who were In town that day attending Court. ?Mr. Joseph Reynolds sent us two ; *- nnvnlft loD I WilOppillg luruxps vi ...

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