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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 17 September 1890

? 8U fc* A'.L.fcUM.liiN i. '. 4 TLAS i'OH BJMMOXY. L?t Every Man Yot* for Whom H? Pl?a.t? ud Let tk? Majority Kule. Messrs.. Editors: The crisis has ur .. . . , rired in our county politics ana snouia we not face it like men. It is a fact beyond dispute that B. R. Tillman is the choice of the Democratic party of South Carolina. It is also a fact that he is extremely obnoxious to a small minority happens to represent, as is well known with few exceptions, those in whom for years we have reposed the greatest confidence; those who from their prominence as citizens were ahle to ?rive irreat assistance in con trolling Radicalism in '7*i. Now the point I wish to make plain is that Tillman is looked upon by this minority as a perfect fire brand. One of the most prominent auti-Tillmanites in this county said to me the other day that he would rather hare had Sherman's army pass througli Fairfield County three times than thai Tillman should go through once. 1 believe him to be perfectly since...

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. — 24 September 1890

VOL. XLVI. WINNSBOBO, 8. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1890. NO. 6. J - J?UUiU JJ ? - JB1LM . i?UUWUTLJI,. .J?HUB. ^ PLAHNG AT POLITICS. THE FARCE OF A REPUBLICAN' STATE CONVENTION. j Federal Office-holders in South Carolina Try to Kee;> the Xe;;roes Otiiet. l>v Kr.nninff the Party Machinery, Althoasrh it has Nothing to Griml. Columbia. S. C.. September IT.?For twelve hours to-d;iy, Irorn 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. the Kepub::.<...u SUleExccutive Committee cooped up in the Colored Odd Fei ows* Hull, struggled ;md pers- | pired ov-r t-.e numerous contests upon, j the determination of which depended j the polit c"l fate of Chairman Urayton. j Very leaked out of the sealed j doors r v; t ie result, but it was report- j edthat Brayton, having a majority or the j committee, would have enough of his; contesting delegations seated to ensure j him the pre'iminary organization, and j therefore th i victory. At 6 P. M. it was announced that the j com mitt te.would agree at about 8. I'.! M. 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. — 24 September 1890

J. Tie Fairfield iSews aod Herald. JPUtiLLisiitiU hV tilil w nut* rjojj^r*. i\|swo - and - Herald - Co. T?HM<i, IS ADVANCE: tear. .... ?1.50 H t Months, .... ."3 KKS*" '' W 0. DOUGLASS, ) > Kriitors. J AS. Q DAVIS, ) sir AD VElt'TISlJO HA TBS, C'AMI: ?->na dollar :i square for the first i user's^ # 11 and fifty cents for eacb subsequent v*,\. nsertion Special rates for contract ad^?*?rttsors. M-irria^a and d/atli notices fret. l(e?ular rates c iarged for obituaries. Orders for Job \Vorti solicited. YVINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday September 21. : : 1800 The Democrats of the third should follow the example yiven them by the coiiveatioii of the fifth and send their old Congressman, Geo. D. Tillman, back t?? the National Legislature. & !~v ~ _ Tub Radicals have assembled in Convention and done practicably uoth- j ing. Craytun was whipped out of his j boot* l\>r the chairmanship, ai d out- j ?idx? of this content the convention did ?? Thk topic now is the F. ?fc C. i> vtun...

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. — 24 September 1890

V i?rnrr " W 1,00AL LNTKU16ENCE. Hr WcUuesdity. September 24. : : 1896 "New Advertisements. Attention?D. Lacuerd'ile. On IIand-\V. \V. Ketcbin. Mosquito : olognc?W. Aikcu. Headquarters?W. R. Doty & Co. Citation?I. A. Ilinnant, J. P. F. C. Quality at the Top?It. \V. Pbilhps. Listen?McMaster, XJriee & Ketchin. To the Front?Winnsboro Wagon Works. f Noticc to Creditors ? Samuel B. Latban. W. J. Lathan, Executors. , I-teat Uriels. k ?See ne ?v advertisements on second page. ?The bridge over Cedar Creek w; s washed away on Saturday uiaht. ? Quite a number of communications had to be carried over to the next issue. ?Mr. Gibson, brother of our fellow citiz n, Hugh Gibson, died in Chester Comity la^t week of blood poison. ?Little River lias been out of its 1 ' banks again and done some damage to jj- crop? in the bottoms. , ?'flier; will be preaching at Union Church on Sunday next at 11 o'clock by the T?ev. T. W. Scruggs. ?Mr. P. B. Ycungener, of Lcxing { ton County, is visiting bis b...

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. — 24 September 1890

IP't THE WINGS OF LOVE. | ! AN INTERESTING SERMON FROM THE | EMINENT BROOKLYN DIVINE. . i Thr^^fr^ likened"to an JTagle?The Mar- j j velocs Power and Speed of Winded ; | Things?The Broad Wings of Universal j Love. Brooklyn,.Sept. 14.?Dr. Talmage's test to-da\- was the words: "The Lord God of Israel, under whose wings thou ! art come to trust."?Ruth 2. xii: The j following is his serman: Scene: An Oriental harvest-field. Grain standing. Grain m swaths. Grain in sheaves. At the side of the field, a *r\ tol-ft nriAninf. niuw; tcuo ?u ^ D, jars of vinegar or of sour wine to quench the thirst of the hot working-people. Swarthy men striking their sickles into the rustling harley. Others twisting the bands ior the sheaves, putting one end of the band under the arm, and with the free arm and foot collecting the sheaf. Sunburned women picking up the stray straws and bringing them to the binders. Boaz, a fine-looking Oriental, graybearded and bright-faced, the owner of the field, looking on, ...

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. — 1 October 1890

mmhmmm? mmmh moth?"? m1w^? ^ VOL. XLVI. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER * 1890. NO. 7. ? ? . .? ? ? -l? m. ! i j^uam -jmw?bmw iiml.xf ? ..i 'l ; puim.u. i.^?i-i ji..i!w^r?m^-^/;rvji%*^^^jajatligjucjj^bacae!ajiwi^i mi'ibii-'k-y .r;.. ^v^anr jjbiim 1 SOME PLAIN TALK. j UNCLE GEORGEITILLMAN TEARS UP j THE SUB-TREASURY. His Speech Accepting the Nomination for j Congress?A Trap for Southern Farmers j L ?About "Our Brethren of the West? 1 P Handlic.? Macune Without G1ot?s. Augusta, Gr., Sept 25.?The follow-1 ing is George I). Tillman's speech be-; fore the nominating convention at; t Aiken Friday as reported in the An- I gusta Chronicle: . j Mr. Chairman, gentlemen of the Con-J ?z J T>_n _ _ rt-if -r> x*. ^ l venuou anu r euow-uiuzens :?x or tue eighth time in succession have I had j P the proud gratification to receive the : ! nomination of the people of this dls-, trict for Congress. To say that 1 am j grateful and proud of it would be to ! tell the simple truth. To be chosen...

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. — 1 October 1890

r rUiilA>HED J5VZR7 WEDNESDAY ; -?r- | iNewo - and - Herald - Co. i xkums i:; advasck: Jcur. .... SI.GO ^ix Mouths, .... .73 W 0. DOUGLVSS, ) > J-JiitoM. J VS. i? DAVIS, ) ? T\ \<wi?'rT<rvti 71.i 7'/.?s\ CASH; jrits dull-.ir a sti'i.\re f->r the first i'.iser- : ?u uiid riTiy cenU I'ur each subsequent us^rtioa .Social rites for cojttract aclvertis-irs. Mu ria^'i aw l death n:\iicatfree. u'j^ u u" rat 'a c ncji'i I mr obituaries. j Oi'u<K'.s f??r ' ?> A*u;? .v>:icice-!. WLMNSBOXO, S. C. J * V/eil;ias:iaY October 1. : : 18(. 0 1'UM'iKK lor i:?<* r..i in^tuuiv to be held in Osiob -r. | C<*u>SEL Elu >tt has been na'ed {'or Cocoes* from the Third Di-trn:t. Tiiat \vu> right and hi? bei renominated j i-t after b?-in^ s>o ruihle*.-'y unseated bt tb' Uopublieu:is is a dtiu^in^ rebuke to l^ed and his party. As the Chairman oi" the j {'onvcufiotJ said !i was the p -ctry of ' j t<? minninate Col. Eili tt under :he ci. <:um*iatu;t-3. LtTri.KFlore.i...

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. — 1 October 1890

r UHJAL iiS i fcLLlahftCE. Wulnesdaj. Oetooer I. : : 1890 Nv.\v Advertlftement*Coining?T. lv; liurk. Is Marriage a Failure?1>. Lauderdale. ? Rcnr m'ter tht* primary on the 7th of October. ?Ii i> li?:[>? (} that shf; cu'il weather trili di?f>i-l th<- c!? u:i?. ? Mir- r- .1. F. McUii'ifr & (' . aie having a wi-ii made in the hick lot. ?Six tfNiinet earthquake blocks we! J'.-it in C lumhia on Tue-day nior:!?i?i'. ? We v\ ii 1 deliwr the premium* we J i>ff*r uh-.'.rib-'rs jiusia^i: prepaid lo their a?!dt ?Let everybody work and work j 1 1- 1-P.'*** I?OI!vam/1 Vrtw* I Il!l>5 WUIh HUiil i.v? iiiv j is tlie acceptable tiiue. j ?The receipts of cotton at this j place up to date in '.s9 was 700 bales; i in *90 to same date 2,3o5 bales. ? We call the attention of our | sportsmen to the bird law, which pro- ; Mbit? gunning un:il November 1. ?1The Dom-'cratic primary has been ' ortieieu t*?r the 7ih of Oolvber. Let there be no mistake about the day. ?A large crowd was i...

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. — 1 October 1890

f?- - ? -? Mi.iwwftiWLimwiHii. "CROOKED THIXGST j i THE CROOKED SHALL 5E MADE ! STRAIGHT. i Dr. Talmage's Discourse at lbs A cades):, of Mnsic-A .Series t;f Sermons en the Holy Land to be Delivered. Brooklyn, .Sept. 21.?Pielinilnarv ! to his sermon at the Academv ofMusk 1 in this city, this forenoon. liev. Dr. Tai- j mairc announced that, until the now 3 ; Brooklyn Tabernacle was coinuleted. he ; J would prcach iu the Brooklyn Academy | ot Music, on Sunday mornings. He was ! glad to add that, by an arrangement! made through The Christian Herald, cf j Xew York city, he would be enabled to j prcach in the New York Academy of j Music, on Fourteenth street, on Sunday ! evenings, beginning with the evemng of; September 23th. lie also announced j that on next Sabbath morniug, Septem- j beroSth, he would begin a series ofser mons entitled: Recent Journey j Through the Holy Land and Xeighbor- j WViot I ^r>\vnnd 7 .cfirMod."' ! IJUi; \wUU:iUi^o^ M ... The subject of to-day's sermon was:'!...

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. — 1 October 1890

'v.\ n # 11 1" . ] it 1 j IMMMMIlllflfm SUPPLEMENT. THE LKVY TICKET. C. C. Levy, the railway mail clerk, who is a member of the State Republican Executive C- nimittee, handed a World-Budget reporter yesterday the following ticket for State officers, which he states was agieed upon by its Executive Committee of his party at its last meeting in Columbia, and will be offiiially promulgated on October G. The ticket is headed: "The People's Ticket," aud has the following names: For Governor, A. (J. Haskell, of Columbia. For Lieutenant Governor, John lirutton, of FairSelu. For Secretary of State, J. Q. Mar shall, ot Columbia. Fur Treasurer, \V. A. Ancrum, of Catndeu. For Comptroller General, Joseph W. ??!' ^ M.M I'lnctAn uai M ngii) vi vuvii ivcivii* For Attorney General, Joseph II. Earie, ot Sumter. For Adjutant and Inspector General, M. L. Bonhatn, of Abbeville. For Superintendent of Education, J. II. Rice, of Union. No importance whatever is attached here to the above announcement in t...

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. — 8 October 1890

|fj n 1? VOL. XLVI. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1800. NO. 8. r;HE FARMERS' COLLEGE. 3LAN OF THE WORK TO EE DONE AT FORT HILL. t?bairinan Simpson, of the Hoard of Trustees, and President Strode Gives Inier I eating- Account of the Work that hits been Done ut the Clemson College. . Fort Hill, s. Sept. 29.?In a :enerally descriptive and somewhat astily prepared article of the 27th instant I endeavored to give the r?adrrs of the News and Courier some account , of the work that has been done and is ; to be accomplished at Fort Hill. r inasmuch as the Clemson College, by I reason of its own inherent importance I and that which political agitation has | given it, now occupies a very promi-: nent place among the educational insti- i tutions of the Stat#1, it niav be well to ' % give an Idea of the erection and prac- j tical operations of the College. WHAT IIAS BEEN DONE. As has heretofore been stated, the I contractors have laid the loundatious of three buildings, the chemical l...

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. — 8 October 1890

w 'IFiiriidiiki?lil(rifi. " P C ii /,iSHn /) K\ hJUY. U'/VvV.V L'SJJA }' | -:;v-and - Herald - Co. 1 i>s5\v^> I TBI:M\ I:; advancj: : ii-.f. .... &I.50 ! <5x Motilli*, - .75 j w '). i) \s> , p Miiton. .,l VS. <1 liW'i*, j ! Al- VKtt TI$1XU HACA >'//; | ? t'.oiUr ;; s'ju.re i'.jr tli'.- lii'st iii.scr- I . tii'iy c*-nts tor subsequent S.i,-c::i! mLc.-. for ad- i Vtrir..vl>. M aii't uim'.'i siutUvs ft re. ;r r.iifS c ?<li:ta.;ries. Ordor.->fur-J /.< vV.u'rC wisssivr*o, s. c. \? '.'Uji'.'SiIuv ?!. : : ICS'0 j TIIK Iill'i'Mlj" .-t'rvcsl llllC lioiicc* upo:: the police authorities that | i... iswimift li!s work at White- I 1117 VV i 4? A V wiilrna few days. Tim: ('harle>ton 'Joi-A/says thai tlie Kepuhlicans unsealed (*??!. Klliottl because !ie shaved twice a day. and that they couldn't stand such cleanli. ness ansonjrst them. V?*n vt lias become of the Alliance j warehouse? It wa< an idea well con- i ? eeived when the order ta'kcd of j huildln?r a ...

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. — 8 October 1890

li'liiitU feaillMiL PCiJUSHn/) E i XUY. li'A7;A KSI)A Y ? v* - . i ? _ c*nH _ Herald - Co. j INC Wo - i:; ai>vaxc?;: 1 t-.i f. . - - SI.30 <lx Mutltil-i, - - - - . *> w >. i) \s< ) ( Mi: tor*. .} VS. l ) .i n van ns/x(j A". 17 v. \ >/; . - iloilir ;; sija.i-c* for t!u- iir>t inser :>^rC:;*l iii:y OMiis t?r c.i-.-li subsiriiucnt nites for <:.>!: adr vert.-vr?. M UTia ?>? :ui<i *U\U'i uotUvsfire. ir nitfS ;; Orders fur J >1> ?V.?r>; oik'il.*'!. WIXX'SBORO, S. C. j Wedties.iuv ??. : : 18<>0 Jack niK ha.? served due notice upon the police authorities that lie wii! resume his work at Whitechapel witlrnafew days. Tim: Charleston J> V/</ay> that tlie l!epuhlii-ans unseated Col. Klliott becau>e he >haved twice a day. and tliat they couldn't stand cleauli. nes> amongst them. ' ' ??-* tli,. ! \\ LI \ I 11%l."? i;v;v.vjuv ?'* v?.v- - , f warehouse? It \va< an itiea well t-on? cci v?'il when the order ta:Urd of ImililMsjr a...

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. — 8 October 1890

- ^ m um~ r "i*- * Wf LOCAL 1M HlLhliiKNOS. Wednesday. October : : loi)0 Xcw A(!vcrti<c!i:cnts. Graceful Figures ? D. Lauderdale. New York JIaeket Store?II. Laws' Stockholders*ineeiing?II.X. Obear, M Planiatiu.; f-u* Sale ? \V. I*. Gibson. W I lore b, i? <;. L Tax Xoiicc?Tames Q. I>avi>*, Coup r 1}' ireasuici. Election Notice?Chas. A. Douglass and Others, Convrs c f Klrcti-ni. Election Xotice?Henry X. Obenr and Oihers, Convrs Fe:leral Ekctlon. . Uriels. | ?On Stnuliy mercury ri?e t> SS fr degrees. f ?Iiead our propositions in the >upP plement. ? Arc \oil working for the railroad? If not, get down to it at once. ?Th'* i ('cent wet >pel! is reported to have damaged con; still in the fieius. ^ ?Dear in mind that the publisher? taveth cheerful and prompt pa\ iug SCb?f: ib'.rs. |k ?"\\V ;:rc pained to announce the W death of Mr. Hargrove Glenn on Wednesday. ? ?A. Williford aUveiiisCs this morning some fine saddle and harness horses. Give him a call. ?Remember those t...

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. — 8 October 1890

A POLITICAL MANIFESTO. JUDGE A. C. HASKELL DEFINES Hi3 DEMOCRACY. He Gives His Ktasons \V'iy 5:o Canisot Vote for C:ii>t:tin TilJisiax: : ::<! \V!iy t:<nri.... t*. ... * 111%; i/i'ismcr;u*? Should Nominate :i Ticket. COLTMBTA, S. C.. October 2.--The following letter was published in the News and Courier of last 'i"ues<hi\: To the Ivli'or.of the Xews and <\mrier: Since the nomination of Mr. 15. li. Tillman by the ic:il body which assembled on the 10th instant at the State -House under the titie of the State Democratic Convention, my name has been somewhat freely, though generally with courtesy, handled by the press in connection with the office of Governor and opposition to the Tillman party. 1 have received letters from men whose patriotic motives commanded my respect and i have had the assistance of nearly a column of deprecatory editorial advice by the Atlanta Constitution. Difficult as it has been to refrain from answering the letters of my friends. I have kept sil...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 8 October 1890

rs tip p -l it: m k >rr i \ After boaritig >evtra! holes wi.h Lis Wt 11 auger, Mr. Il.?p,i Dickert stiuck a xolt spot the oilier day and it-11 >ure I that he would bore through to China :ii? i have his telephone lim* in operatiO'i in a few vvi'i-k-", bit; j i?l hetore KfH'ih n^ Chit.a he >ti n-k a rock, v\ hio'i >ioj>j??mI tiim. Ilo >:i\s hi uo.lM Ij-Hs>! thr r?>?:k l.iil utlnM t i I 4.1 ii wiil l?l -?w .mil I in- oiIht w iv and kill a l'?t < ! ChinaMMMi. W?? h-'pe hi.* ?11">n< will prove mi ces-fu'.? l\-a!. l 1ICHJ J.> U IlV^iU YVtMIJUil living III* ill' * Athens, (ia., who prepares herself for : death every night, and who is always p?... terrihlv surprised to find herself alive next morning. She wishes to die in a l>lue gown, in which >he arrays herself Ixrfuiv lying down every night. THK WIN.NSBOKU H.\R. {\i\innnn if o nimnnmm naiuaiit a bainoAiu, A T T (> U X E V 6 - A T - L A AV, WIXN'SBORO, S. b\ l*V;ictic?*e in al Uie aiul U'?'t...

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. — 15 October 1890

" j9 Tol XT.VI. WINXSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1890. NO. 9. I ' A'TERPJFIC EXPLOSION, j ted States?Six Mills and Fiftv Dwell- j - - - icjjs Destroyed?a jjozen or .uum ??, men Killed and Many Injured. Wilmington, Del., October 7.?The | ofllce and six mills of the Dupont Pow-1 der Works, near here are in ruins. l Fifty or more houses of workmen at F the "upper yard" are wrecked. A dozen perhaps more, workmen are dead, and a score or more others are injured, as a nssnlf. of a series of nowder explosions i at o.30 this afternoon. . The Dupont works which are well-1 known throughout the country, are the i L largest powder mills in the United 1 r States. The mills extended along the ^ j^ruui M muiUQggHHrrau, in one of ^Lcted with thb guying a can of P when in some way a spark commiTn^f cated to the can and it blew up. Instantly the packing mill exploded, and the Si ^ other mills in the upper yards, seven or eight in number, followed at intervals of less than one second from the ...

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. — 15 October 1890

ewo - and - Herald - Co. TK!tn-i, m ADVANCE: A/: YEttTlSlXij HATtiS. CASH: y)iir ?!.>jl:u" u >!{ i.i:v r??r lh?* inser !i nuu fifty coal* for each sul>.setjueiit HSfrtioM Sp?-e:.:i t.ites i'ur contract adAjvria V* ami Holie s free. . ... | IWlXNSnORO, S. C. Wwines Uy. Oci^.w U, : : 2390; \Yt cl.-rwin-rc a >ln y? &i'lic!c j on Il*i- r?s(or oil c!i|>;>e<! from j the Sunlncru CnUicutur. W hy Would it i not j r>ve profitable to our luruu rs to i ..mi! with ti.i* he .11 a^ an :iddi-1 product ?>f it.e lann? W c a.i'C I ^kii' ii thai ihii nmitiiimtry now in ^Klli.;<ii t;i; 11 Can be u e l i? ex^jitic oi! tVom tlie b; au>-. This Sg^^t be u.u tmlly b?.*:n licial to oil ^Vll j'i;<l farmer*. |?& J>ir?*<*t Trail.*. raThc KaMueiv-' of (ieorjjiu is ;tn ! ? <it:ib!i>!i direct Ir.fit- vtnii K:i i > ;Iih matter ( f ' " o:tn v ou*t 11 !c Louvhiiu??!i whVi ui* t in Atlanta in j Sfbtt uibcr rcKiix- l iu the for tun! ion of I n ic?'ist:orta.:ion...

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. — 15 October 1890

2N0E. ' 1890 highest of all in Leavening Power ,rc' Sil JL^ ri lis cheap in _____ AS&Jll je^day eve- ?ff f0r the Exposition*.?Mr. J Km pi*;fcer5. | ^nrner left for Atlanta, Ga., on Bp Fanners?^lp^gp^a-V with ?evcn heail of cattle Si 29th of [ r^"e Exposition. Mr. Turner has I H.vmi verv snl^HfeBWiai^LrcN Bhd is iu Closing Oct.?I have still on handj gpru nicks to ]0( 0f x-emuauts of surahs, silks, velvets H and plushes, also remnants of hand some ribbons all of which will be sol< Bg ^r* 1 W. at a great sacrifice to close out. Ladie .?:u:?ai.v. i,;nc nvo venuestc< lCU U"6 V1 OWIIIgiUI 1I1U11UV.; -A gite Ball. to call and settle and oblige. $15 to hi in. ?-Sth and 29 th of October. Ill t0Wl1 011 M/kuied?October 8, at the resi ^lessen t!.e ^ence 0f j{,e bride's father, Mr. F. AV Neil, in Fairfield county, by Iiov D. E. Jordan, Mr. T. P. Ligon to Mis office was the recipient, o Kturday of a piece of wedding cak flpWi? tliat a tremendous wave in kusiucss j|j|t lias struck the to...

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. — 15 October 1890

HASKELL'S CONVENTION. j| ? ? 1"! OID EXACTLY WHA l I i WHO ^mll- j ED TO DOJ r 3 vrenty Counties Represented?No Debate J J Allowed?A Fall Stato Ticket Xomi- j uated?A Fall List of the Delegates from ^ Kach County. Columbia, S. C\, October 9 ? In the ] presence of an immense assemblage of * """'"inoTit citizens aud cheered by the approving smiles and plaudits of hun- 1 dreds of fair women the Straightout Democratic Convention to-night for- j mally declared that the union hereto- j fore existing between themselves and i the Tillman majority under the name 1 and style of the Democratic party of South Carolina should be thenceforward dissolved. The Convention was a gathering notable in numbers and character and it acted with a unanimity, determination and enthusiasm which gives evidence or the large importance and serious meaning of the movementj which it inaugurated. All day the delegates had been gathering and the hotel lobbies teemed with delegates and citizens. The Convention was to...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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