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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 19 November 1890

; B A GRAND VICTORY, j ? ? NOT ONLY IN SOUTH CAROLINA BUT | ALL OVER THE UNION. i The Democrat* Have Captured the House j of Representatives by :i Majority of : Over One Hundred and Mado I.ar^e j Gains in the Senate. The election last week was a regular j Waterloo to Independents and Iiepub- j icans all over the country. Tillman's majority in this State is : between fifty and sixty thousand. Haskell only carried three counties. Sumter, Beaufort and Berkeley, all the others went by handsome majorities for the regular Democratic ticket. All tne uemocrauc nominees iurv.ua-1 gress in this State have been elected, j There was some doubt about Col. Kl-1 liott's election, but the fact that a great : many of the Miller ticket will be thrown ; out on account of their size and color, j will give Elliott a handsome majority, j In the Congressional elections all j over the Xorth, East and West the Re- i publican party has met with a most | signal defeat. Besides, the Democrats! have the State 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. — 19 November 1890

JTiieFairfieid Neivsaodflerald. A!.!.IAXCK I>i:?AM)S Sl'CClNCTI.Y Washington (i:i liif Forton. Miiiis up the demand- < (' :In- Alliance a> follow. : 1 Cheap m-jiiry i ? begin with. The far:u:'r< art' generally debtors: thoy Want eheap money wh.Tewith lo pay their <i. !)(-. ()!' < >u;*-e the eheaperthe money, the !e-> grois r;r> ami clot hi; J and maehinery <-an lie bought with : I itul the tanners Iil:!iU ??t their de more than of !In*:i* ii"ee^>iiies. and i!;e longini:" of their ^>:tU is for chea ? money. They :?rt* therefore in favo.of the free e.?i:i:iire e,f -ilver: hut they in>i>t that even tlil>. would he an ineffectual remedy. >i;iee only aboil, ? h">.oooj>:?y ;t year. a! the til most. could 'lies he added io the eitrrcuey of the country, and this amount, they thin!;, would he rediculously inadeTii.; sub-treasury plan, so-ealled. by which warehouses are to he built in ererv county where I hey are demanded, wherein the farm...

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. — 3 December 1890

H_y Blbrlitt n i? |gl (;r?-:it frest in |)r. Tailour i:i pel lf>SMlCVtT the-fro Has tod.iv He my of at The Khe even bject was fflthe text, Sftaxareth, gTollowiug I had last 1 my firs^ ng Jerus treated as I aud his [that way! iterhood of red bright out to sing ious! This ? Steps Ui. tllB e most beauEne, its houses ftss its name! reth, one of Ball Christian R1 that they f-cainely, Bethaareth." Baby[od of him for e fifty, million if it were rele, whether unoc!s or straight Nazareth, even Hrd associations. Hand that can be Ktal villages. Its Nablouf is the BK-.v. although its manufacture of B of it. Nazareth H clean the mornRve rode into the before the shows' macintoshes to oods through all Inand of the clouds, pet commissioners, reth has been the ling it from Israen and from J\lohamthe most wonder - - I . m luiii'u S^nd Turks were Bue hundred French, Fte commanding, that |men walking these gh which Jesus walk:r years, the morals ;ipodes, the snows of agues of Egvpt aptong the one, t...

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. — 3 December 1890

-7 ^ ft Fairlie|ksajiHemid. published I:V;-:RY WKD.\E<DAY -.jv -and - Herald - Co. t < { v 1) V A N OK : SI.50 f -Uaaliis, .... .75 \Y. }) iU* xls \NS, ^ IC(iito:x. I J K> ^ iiAVIs V ?i 1 r.A!: vunrisisv a a rn-s. r.\\s *<:! *! jiI.ij" .i s-ji'.u* i-?r t!i** msec| :i ;ill?l liiiy f'filtN I ?? rMt'll lit it I ?tf> !"?r cohtlili'l H<1$y ri.-s -j's. M i iK-:tt!i /Vw. i' ij" s:'?r rt:*-; ! : ?. ??!?:? i trivij. J tjr t u i > j V * ?.* ;?c?-i. \V i A sx', a. ? -- -* W>(luts;lav Jk'ci'in'KM* : : 1C>5'0 | y.i:. < lkvhl\ni> i- jfrowmy s:ron^e?r ?n ?1 sirotiiror wiMi ilf American fVtMV ?I.iy. ili? speech at itiu Th;inua;i ! having1 a ven ?! ci.ic.i cliirct i'i adding strength { > lii- ch itices |t?r lit!- pnV'drnry in Tim ilepublicau- cum'wrt (Sieinr?*ivir i>y >:i\ iIhit it was not tlie j rx<:<:>< ol I)cill icrutic Votrs which (let'.tifiii .:? ..a N'uvi mber 4, but it was :i hick *?r !i j>ub!;cai:> to turn out. W !', '.Vf imrdly iti...

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. — 3 December 1890

ByTch. V Krfce -JtKi^'j uf lias added ; on main iking some his dwelling on Jim efore Trial esd&y for ai:re were a tew loads of cotton in Saw* Thursday, evidently brought gp^i'tic* wh-j forgot about ii being |pr ? Caere Was a large ctowd iu atteuj dancj a' tlie Ciert's sales Monday. Bidding was lively and several ttacts of land changed hands al good prices. ?Wc are glad t,? see our genial Clerk of the Court back at his post, he looks a little disfigured by his recent illness, but we hope his improvement I may last. 1 ?We tried to iret information relating to the meeting $f the County Medical Association, bat failed, we hope to gire full particulars in our next issue. ?A subscriber writing from Houston, Deleware, sends us the cash to pay for his subscription and says: "Send the paper right along I can't get along without it." ? We are glad to be ub!e to announce tlie fact that Mr?. Jno. T. Chalmers is better and we sincerely bope she will soon recover uer usuai degree offce-iltb. ...

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. — 3 December 1890

b| stand by the state exchange | ip? ? and IT will stand by you! WM E|?. An Open I.Pttor from Col. D'Arcy I'. ' Duncan I?xp7:i!:ii:ts; t*:e Artion of tise j Committee i:? to :s , State !?:in k. k To the Members of tin' Alliance in i South Carolina: A* the mee tiof j ? ?4...^ 4.7. %j f., + _ * I.' ? r> rrr? I your conuiiiiicf un .-iim i. , . llljL held in Columbia on the 12th instant. I V much progress Was re-ported. and I was [ requested by the committee to publish! some facts by way of information as f exhortation to our members through- j out the State. As you are aware the matter of per- j |^~ manent location :>! the state Exchange ; ipp anil what was the best disposition or ! use to make of the subscribed | * to the St;ite Exchange was placed in i the hands o: a committ* e. After careful consideration your com- j mit.tee decided to locate the Exchange i in the City of Columbia, not because' I Columbia offered any greater induce-: ments than our other-" cities, but be- j - ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 10 December 1890

XLVI. WINNKBORO, S. G, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1890. NO. 17, " j Iutereit to Alii" ( wj?lp"? VTl Fanners?The -Action of j jiu Politic* la Ksn^ui and j ollnn Complimented. Ilfie oper;i house to-day I'resi: in thr chair. The only busi-; v was the appointmrrit of a c* credentials. At 2.30 p. iliance met again, and Governing and Hon. J. F. Dunn resses of welcome. President n To->ri his annual message. I. received. ~ j CSIDFNT POLK'S MESSAGE. J Officers and Members of the itul&tingyou, and through you j k organization you represent j lopeful and encouraging ausfler which you have this day * T hec to submit for your; I consideration such thoughts j jest'ons affecting the present j ire of our great order as may i to the successful prosecution !e and patriotic purposes. blic mind is naturally directed j meting with anxious interest, i fccitude, an.i you cannot be \ 8 of the importance and re-! Wu that attaches to your ac- J pesetatives. Coming as you States and localities, remote I o...

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. — 10 December 1890

i i mtrTT HeFairfield Ke?*s aod Herald. I j PUBLISHED KVEltY WKDXEXDAY j ?>y._ Mewo - and - Herald - Co. j tk;;h<, i.> Aurxsct: t Vtrar. v ST..10 1 Kx MoutV.it, .... .7 j | W. Vi>S, ) Miitors. J \S. ti DAVIS, > ! ;.1D VMtTIJl.W 11A TH< VASH:m j Ok? ?I\>!l;tr :i sq-jifc l\>r th.i first insor- | t> un < tiftv ffuts fur earh fcubseuueut ! Q5crti.>-4 -Special Mtes J?>r contract ad- j r?rtis?rs. u>?t icesfrte. iC^iUr rat^s c j tri?i t\>r <?:>ituuries. 1 IOrtwrs tor J < i ?V.?r* ?j|i?;itr 1. WINNSSORO, S. C. Wedues.Uy. December 10 : : IKSOi Wiltx will tlie eltciiou to decide ! whether or not Fail field want> another j railroad to be held 'i Every man whoj withhold# hit name postpone* tne i tiuie just that much longer. Corue, j sign the petition and don't let n* be ! t forever talking and not doing. The President's message shows one! thing very plainly; and .'.hat i>-, that; the Jl**publ;t\ius propose to use the j in ichine-ry of the...

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. — 10 December 1890

r- - - f; k }) Y? T VV A p j; V f)'\\ Xl.ikil.lv i\ \jIlIV -W :!. THE SOUTH CAF.OL!NA L^.G'Sl_Ai UP.E AS c.jr?;v |,\ VID-ftPSS!..:N. ^ - ?? T!ie First Two Vi'mI'S Devoted io I.colth';; over the Field?>oi!?e !>ica>t:iv> of I'nbJic ImportiiEM'?Notes of t!ie S?-<sionji Columuia, S. r? jjec. fecial: j 01 servers of the work of the presmt j (Ii Pferal A>seniliiy h::n- l>-?n trr? ::t ,"y j impressed with one i'uc* ili<- very ' small quantity of business thus far actually accomplished, ''"he session may ' le considered half p>n?\ and as yet j * u ^ * ' *-? ^ ^ Jfco/I I f r\\i :-n tilt"I c is hv uiiraoiiimuiv* xzv-?v?ov, | which looks to a solution of any oi' the ! (['.iestions that have agitated, of at least j interested, the people for many months j past. One reason given for this condi- j tion of the Legislative business is that j the body has been awaiting the stig- j gestions ol Governor Tillman. Th^se ! bavins: been formally made in thu* in- j . augural addr...

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. — 10 December 1890

r LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. . 'Wednesday*December 10. : : 1890 Advertisement*. Singular?\Vr. E. Aiken. ouayeu?u. .u. sjuiuu,ui. Champagne? F. W. Ilabcuicht. C.'erk's Sales--It. II. Jrnniiig!>,(jU-rk. Why Does This Lady?D. Lauderdale. Notice tu Cieditors?A. G. Drier, | Executor. Executor'* Stle?li. II. Jenning*, Executor For Sale or Kent? D. It. Flenniken, j Colambia, S. i ucul Brief*. ?A li ie drove of fat cattle pawed "*r 1 ? tlirougil town uu -31UUUUT . i A milch c<>w with vonnjr calf lor kale. J. Q. Davis i ? Mr. W. J. EllicLt hos mvved from ! the Kei'.er house to Mrs. AddieGail-; ?J. A Gladden wh? has beea quite j sick is getting better and is able to be | ?Major Pagan reports the rain fall on Sunday and Sunday night at 9o-100 I ?The Treasurer repoits quite aj lirely collection of taxes for the past 1 lCVTUi*T?. \ ?Davis Kerr returned home on { Saturday from Davidson Ccllr<r<?. I'e I , ~ i is improving >k>wly. ?The ladies of (he Methodist Church j will give u. Chr...

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. — 10 December 1890

. . . J - ' ggsg g file FaiiSwi ami Herald.! SUPPLEMENT. I A THIRD PARTY > r.* i I* Rapidly Uelri? Manifested?A C'onreu- I ti*n Called for Action-?The Party's j Name Will l>e, "The National Union | Party of America.*' 0<;a la, Fla., Dec. 4 ?Glimpses uf a I third party movement appear at the I Alliance Convention to-day. It is ehicliy agitated by the Kansas tit-legation. Gen'l .John il. liice, can- j didatc fur the Kansas Senatorship assisted by Capt. liners, of Indiana, is ; drawing up a call to be issued to the j Farm#rs? Alliance and all industrial uni?ns of America, which favor the principles of the St. Louis platform, t? meet in convention in Cincinnati on the 23rd of next February, to consider the third party or people's party more-1 incut. The name of thi* new party will be the "National Cnion party of America." This call is not expected to be issued until the dose of Ocala conrention. The eftort seems to be to keep the National Farmers' Alliance from inaugurating the...

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. — 17 December 1890

ESSE2?' Jgp?'*' ^ l VOL XIVI. ' ~~ W (1,~WEDNESDAY,^DEC'EMBER 17, 1890. ~ ' ^ NO 18. . ? ? ? i ...! ?? ! ? ?ow?bbb?gaeac?ai ????p??'m?j* i ?? iaa bmimwwi?Mnataa?p? jn?ag?c??a?a?e? if. in. i'iiibi ?? THE NATIONAL ALLIANCE. ? the rapid growth of the order j ii all over the country. piwrtjai proceedliiff* of the body?ur. mcbennf in Hot "water?th? foic? hill cun3i??thbru:oi:ioa? ami i'ituns|bht scsmon. Fla., Pee. 2.?The National rTarmers' Alliance am! Industrial Union met in the Opern House at noon to-day. N early every delegate has arrived and the house is crowded with Alliance mm and women. Immediately after the house was calied to order President Polk delivered his annual address. The audress will be found in another column. Of course nothing of importance was done to-day except securing organization. In the way of explanation of the rapid growth of the Alliance, which the officials say is sun extending in an directions, an official organ of the M Order in high standing says : "We ha...

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. — 17 December 1890

gr- . . - 7" The Fairfield NewsaodHerald. P U3 L[MI ED & VKR Y WED .V BSD A Y | -r>YiNewo - and - Herald - Co. | . .... .. . . - . j TKIC>1*, IX A DVANCK : Year. - - - . SI. SO j <?lx Months, .... .75 W. O. DJLVL'VS-j, ) ^ f-liitors. JA.S. S> DAVO, j ADY'ESTISIXG RAW*. CASH: Oi:<t Juli.tr a sqa-.;e for th* first iiiser.?:i ami titty cents for each subsequent nsertiou Special rales for contract aJfortisers. - .vl.irru.;.-? a:? I tleath :ji>cic<-.-> J'rte. Keguiar rates C lar'cJ iwfouituar.es. | Urdvjis for > p ) -Voi.i >.>.;<;;U-L WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday December 17. : : loi'O Govkkxor Tillman* ha< scut a special message to the Legislature in regard ^ to the expiration of the time for payiiig taxes. I (ft t hiuks PbrrCt imTTtTi 01s December is perhaps long enough, but if the General Assembly does not see fit to put that limit, then pass a law fixing the 1st of January, and allow no extension of time in the future. Mk. Fickks's marriage ii...

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. — 17 December 1890

PAL ivrKui-iKMS. lay. Decem^rr 17. : : 1890 Iipii.iav Wimibboro Drug KuoLb Mcming?II. N.Obear, Si-r Sale or li'-ii!? D. U. Fiuiurik'tr, F>iicc for Final Discharge?D. A. | Vanted?X few milk customers. P?P>:mi >Ji ikII. ?Mr.George T. Siuis has ber 11 appointed p'Mmasler at DawLInV. l ?Buy your drugs, medicines, etc., ; at the * Wixnsboro Drug Store. ?The weather on Sunday was remarkably line and the attendance at the various churches was good. ?C?tton receipts on Monday were rery heavy. The streets presented a rerv lively appeareance and trade was brisk. ?for. Samuel Mobley, formerly a resident of this county who moved to J.UJ^U0 jvuic >gaio ivvvun/ *** I that State. ?We see by the Charleston papers j of Saturday that our friends Obestr and Douglass left Charleston on Friday's steamer for Xctt York. ?The passage Tray in the Court House was almost impassible on Mon- 1 day by reaso* of the crowd around the j : Treasurer's office paying taxes. ? Supt. Deitz, of the Poor House...

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. — 17 December 1890

U,4 * PROGRESSING SLOWLY" Law-making in the palmetto state proceeding quietlyChief Interest Centered in the Choice of United State* Senator?An Accot lit of the I'misual Contest?Other Items of ; Interest. Columbia, S. C., Dec. 13.?Special: 'I he condition and progress of the Vork of law-making lor the people of fcouth Carolina, as indicated in the last .titer of this correspondence, have Jcund their parallels in the course of1he peoceedings since-my last report, i he past week has not been fruitful of important measures. And when it is remembered that about thre*--fourths of the usual session has already elapsrd, there naturally arises the wish for some explanation"of this decidedly unusual course of things. Such explanation would seem to be found in conditions incident to the newness of the body, and to some of the particular "work which it has been called on to jerform. The first week may be said 1 n pppn nfmiriiorl lorrrclv trith tVi? organization of the two" houses: the second wi...

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. — 17 December 1890

TkFairfield iNewsafltlHeraltl.! SUPPLEMENT. j DR. HAN A HAN'S ESSAY Before tb?? County -ttetiicai AMocinion-* ; Prof?<s*ional Ethics Treated iu a Practi- . cat a?d Attractive Way--Its Importance j to ZietU Practitioners anil Laity. 'ientleinen: It being- incumbent on j inc as retiring President of our So- j ciety that I should read an essay I j hare selected the Code of Medical j Ethics as mv subject, and I was prompt- j ed to do tht* from the fact that with j the printed rule* thrmselue* there is | but on: author who has deemed the! suojeci wormy 01 m* pen? t>?r. Austin Flint. Poisibiy in olden times when ! ihe ranks ?f the profession -vere not j to crowded, and a doctor wa# recog- j nized as hiving soim: claim to con- ! ||| aideration not only irwtn his brethren, j ail but ?!>o frorr. the laity, it might not | have been necessary to do more than j ?|| lay down broad and general rules for j flBjjaSBr the guidance of ttie profession in their ' IIP^ relations to each other a...

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 December 1890

1 1^' ^ ^ ^ *1*^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^' t^"" ! ' VOL, XLVI. v . . . WIXXSBORO, S. C? WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1890. NO. 19. THE TK-KKS UP I'ALKSTLN'K SUBLIME LANGUAGE OF THE SCRIPT UP.ES ON THE CEDARS. ^kl>r. Taiuts^c I>tscri!if> the Scc;i*?s o; ^Momit I.cbuuon uu-l J? Morn gj|E.e*s6i:H T!n-rei"rojn--The l'r?-j?U?ts Loved Ro (?azo I I'or< >ts. jwr x, IJcl-. 14.--To-ilny Dr ^Talmage preached the t-\e;uh sermon cf his series on I'alp.-tirie llie mljoining countries. Dr. Taimaarc anT!fllir>r?f! fi ! riv lti "The cedars of Lebanon which he hath planted." and preachrd thti following sermon: In our journey wechang e stirrup for wheel. It is 4 o'clock in the morning at Damascus. Syria, and we arc among the lanterns of the hostelry waiting for the stage to start. A Mohammedan iaJhigh life is putting his, three wives on board within an apartment by themselves, and our party occupy the main apartment of one of the most uncomfortable vehicles in which mortals were t-ver jammed and hal...

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 December 1890

TfteFairfield NewsaodHerald.! tJJBLUllED EVERY WEDNE.il)A Y -i>Y? Mewo - and - Herald - Co. I.? ADVANCE: tear. .... $I.;0 lis MautUs, .... j w. o. D;?JviLVJiS ; . V Ml i toil. J.V.S. <,> DAVIS ^ .- ir I'zxrisixu HATSS, CASH:; ?*>ne dollar a square for thr first iuser?nai)-l rifty cents for each subsequent tis?rtij;i .SjK-ciul r.ite.s for contract advertiser*. M.tr. i.i4e ami death notices free. ]?e^,a!.ir c.ur?f?l :or ooitu-ries. OiV.wTs r jr J > ) V ?I"a /. >;ic:t-.-1. VVINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday December 24. : : ly^O Divokch bills will :?<>t b? tolerated by a South Carolina Legislature. It seeuis thai the marriage licence bill, whch wc think, i? a good one i< doomed to be killed by every legislature. L>xus at Fish Dam, for a long tiind considered an insignificant station in the backwoods, are increasing in value and the little place is on a bo>ui. Why is it so? Simply because i: has two lailroads. Winnsboro and FairHeld might learn a lesson rn-m th...

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 December 1890

- 4L L?h:aL INTELLIGEXC v ^ Wednesday. December 24-. : : 1390 Sjw A?lverti?<>:xieut<<. Santa ("U:;s?!i. W. Phillips. .Ju-t Arrival?U. U. Despot to*, Notice?Jh<. A. Iiric<*, A*si<?nee. Thi* lla* Been A?D. L'iud*t (ht!e. Notice io Trt;>-!''i-?crs ? A. Willifonl. Chri?ima* N-velMt-*?W. E. Aiken. j \V1:*' Slmll We Give- II. L-uulecker. j " ' Ri ice A: Vy^UiU ail i w- v , ? ? . Keichin. Rock Hi!! C ?:nl>'tviti??u Co.? *. T. ' Frew, Manager. ; " ! a ? :? Brief*. : (, ? R*ad our Santa (.'laus column. ; ^ ?Mr. Holbrook Rionhas moved into j ii Mr. II. N. Obear's house. , b ?Tht? }>o?t office, until further notice, n >* i:I open a: 8.50 a. in. DnBo*e Ez'eston, P. M. i ?The new be!I for the A. It. 1'. j > 21 rhnrc.'i has been received and was put j 3 in position on Friday. ?, ?AH of our s'udetiU :it the Uui- j 1 versify are ati^Tiomc (VChristmas, > We wish the&p a werry time. ~~ "*'Jj -Mr. Elliott Ketchin has re- i m moYecTinto the fchouie formerly oc...

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 December 1890

it: JJ " " ' '? ^ ' | WHY MONEY IS TIGHT, j ^g^SfcOMPTROLLER T REN HOLM ONj TM - F!NA\T.!AI ?ITI!4Tlrtw yjnal Legislation anil the Policy easury lJrought oji the Woes of j ness World?The Need or Strong; 1-managed Hanks. "ouic, December 11.?William j olm, who was Comptroller of j mcy under the Cleveland Ad- j ijfcv reviewed the financial j ^n a conversation yesterday j tuaticn is complex," said he. j jPjlpt tendencies, each due to intluences ' Bfriew, but it may be illustrated by what i ("jp^n~e ^ *"r'-1 S! t'" ^^Fltis^uite^proper" for anyone to go sw to get there. The thoroughfares exist in any way responsible for anybody 1 doc, vet iiv/iu nine luiiv-c ui , numbers every bridge or ferry is apt ji to become gorged. If all are content *, to go slowly the mass passes; if some ;J are too eager others are inconvenienced or delayed; if there is a general rush |! disaster is inevitable. 5 "Everybody knows that for many " \ years tliere has been every autumn a ;l constantly increasing thron...

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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