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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 24 December 1890

r -' j , i ... i ? J ^ TteFairfield News andBerald. I SUPPLEMENT. A CHRISTMAS LETTKR. All the folks that live out herewith von Merry CnrisiiRAS, urar! Funny, furry little hare.1*, After dark, when no one care*, C nne o dance upon the snow, Glad it's Christinas time you k: ow. And the little chickadees,? You wouid think their feet would freeze,? They :-it chirping, gay enough, With ti:?ir leathers in a fluff, ' Merry Christmas, when it comes, (jives us a!l a lot oi crumb*!" And your dear old friend, the -;row, He and all his brothers go, Teetering across the snow, Two-and-.'wenty in a row ; Every crow with one keen eye For thi? i-h.-ino-ps in the sic v. - ~ O ? And another l?4i* the around And whatever'* to be found. ^ Oh! the crows louk sly and queer Just about this time of year! I If they'd only tell ii: sleep ' All the secrets that they keep. Dwn't you s'pose they know its right , To hang a stocking up at night? Don't you s'pose thev know this minute Everything there will be in it...

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. — 24 December 1890

To Ge? RiJ" ot Rats. . Sprinkle copperas freely on cellar floors and wash the walls with carbolic ?$icL This will cause rats to leav^ the premises, and is better around the house than poisoning1 them, which cannot be done without danger of killing something else, nor without offence from their dead bodies after the rats crawl into their holtis and die. Sinking Largr? Stones. The cheapest and most effectual way to rid the land of large stones is to dig a large hole beside them., roil them in and fill up, adding enough additional earth from the roadsides to make the surface level. It seems queer that after rolling a lar^e stone in a newly ^nrr that. mnr? dirk will be needed to fill it up, but in most soils experience show3 this to be a fact Digging: pulverizes the soil, enabling Ft to pack more closely than before. Hints to Housekeepers. A tablespoon ful of soda added to the water in which ironware is washed will facilitate the cleaning. A creaking hinge can be cured by the use of a b...

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. — 31 December 1890

KI)xVY, DECEMBER 31, 1890. $0. 20.^ : BW. ; 7 ;,V-:.:;; ;; >':J''.;' jR<c:i by |?|f Wlicr. Biie JLlOiT Hralmage 1 ion this i slMusie in i ^nii;# at j in Nrn- j li, 5 "And let togetft-I ogethcr at i it against j Iw in Pales- j |wi. After a j M our tents i mud though ; ||?a variety of i glfomise a "first j jpf^he most of i Rr and a half [ "We detain gja so much of W accidentally J PonJay lunch-j hnd this l ake I that at any r encampment \ winter night [thful. Iu this ought his last j ons had banded j to crush this janks of these heir carcasses. re more mialua of whom ourses caught pse, although Palest 1 nr, and stirring and )?e foot everl MOSES* PLACE. I autiful tradihim. and in ?pe soul of the djUpad been buried, the funeral, the Ed him. But God I away from any but he ha* some id doe3 riot 20 lookrreat variety of canlone especially iitfositioD. lie maktfs r. Moses has passt Joshua, the hero, ! platform of history he ages echo' with was a magnificent vays fought on the Derer fou...

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. — 31 December 1890

DECEMBER 31, 1890. ^ NO. 20.^1 m sYj Hkc:) Vt'hc." - lie Holy j Halm age Hnon this; u.-ic in : HHBbk:::;x at m in ! HBi. 0 "And ! J-t togeth- i HHffii ?elhcr I in PalrsAfter a | ||||p our tfnts ; BKnd though f&Ba. variety cf} :!:: a HE||Sthe most of i jGHKir and a half jig' "\Ve detain | ffira||?50 much, of! accidentally [ ^Kjnday lunch- j this Lake; |||| that at any mr encampment; MR winter night ^Bthful. In this )Ught his last aHKnSsraHraiilfnns had banded |l|to crush this J banks of these \ Hheir carcasses, j \re more mia shua of whom Bcourses caught Hmpse, although d Palestine, and Bst stirring an<l ho!e foot ever KE MOSES' PLACE. L beautiful traciissed .him, and in le soul of the drlad been buried, tha fnnaral thp afc I-.Hd him. Eut God H away from any Ka but he has some Hd doe3 not jo lookBreat variety of can one especially iit bsition. lie mak?s B?. Moses has pass Joshua, the hero, e platform of history Rhe sges echo' with was a magnificent ways fought on the never fou...

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. — 31 December 1890

WKDXKSDAY isewo -^^ ~ ^?* I f!j||? V i^utors. I Hf. j .vs. i). u.wr, ) v z?lvs::ti.<l\<j hatt;.< cash.-; i ? - One dollar a squAre for th** first in>er- ! > n an 1 illcy cents for e*c. -ubse'-iuent j assertion Special rates for contract ad- ( v vcrtisers. ! l.f. 31 ti'ri.i41' a:it| death n<4ices free. iL. iiutfuhir rites c^ar^-J So:-ries. iOrdwr> fur I V> .V >r.< ?<>!:dt<M. VVINNSBORO, S. C. I Wednesday Pecemfccr 3!. : : liiW) Col. Lee Hagooi/s many friends have heard with great sorrow of his r_ untimely death which occnred on Thursday night in Sumter from the effects of an accidental discharge of his pistol a few days previous. Col. I la good was in the prime of life, brave, handsome and honorable. He had for . year* been connected with the life insurance business and his genial, engaging manners made him friends wherever he went. Tiffi-se^ent-clections have alarmed the Republicans, and they are groping1 in the dark recklessly to devise means ...

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. — 31 December 1890

31. : : 1890 j kjcwav.. r , TeruaTe. jj^SBer, Brice & Bseck Bridge? j jag. Com. Hnounces anERoco-ate unci Iffijff ?yed a soeia- ! [glr the Chriot- ! H^s. wagons on Bl>d a livelyi WMMaKoduce. ; Bsngaged in a ; I on Tuesday, j own. No ar- j W. attention to j | plush cloaks | S prices, oivc ' ,10 give uoiicc ttury stock may j nsboro National I *) ken was taken ! k of business on Koufiued t? bed. fbc ?ut. ^ town treasury ponday to the liars being- lines I of town ordir. L. C. Chaph dropsy. Mr. ifTerer for some (to say is not itnUC V/AKlCI Af Pre fair notice to ^o come in at:d ^K^e wise ought BSTt n le\r days pterville section. )ps and plenty of comity but very ^Meekin has rented :cupied by II. M. e to town early in y and his daughter the failure of the HHfiation Company tc MBBursdar wis caused Hramil; of one of t lie Hroupe. fact that tlie Probate Ray 011 official busi next, th? office will rafter the arrival of ^ Whas been irozen hard, I ^ ain ?*-> ] I ??3SjjgfflSHP' lllilkc*...

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. — 31 December 1890

and j repontry w>mai\ BB^Wnail Ia?>t c^enmir. Against her on the slate was written t!:e coin- i g?g?? . . . . - i W mon-place charge ot lunacy. :<ui oenmti that is the accusation of a crime so horrible as to be almost incredible. The unnatural mother is accused of poisoning four of her children with arsenic. One at a time they died from the same fearful dru?. but not until the last little life had been taken was suspicion aroused. She next made a futile attempt on her own liie with the same poison. Since then she has attempted to kill her husband. She is undoubtedly a mad woman, however, and this fact is the only ^ .thing that relieves the horror of her mvfuiaeeds. Until the past three months there irere no signs of mental failing on ike part of the mother, and until an examination of ihfi bodies, which took place here. ?hc was thought to be perfectly j sane, her strange actions in the past hav- j rag been attributed to grief over the Iirstj child's death. The unfortunate w...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 7 January 1891

W A CHRISTMAS SEKMON j PREACHED BY DR. TALMAGE ON SUN-1 I \ DAY. DEC. 28. I ." A a Intensely Interesting: Discourse by j the Brooklyn Divine?Tlic* Text Luke H, [ 15: "Ltt bi >?w ui) i.vi-11 iui? i ^ lehcai"?The S?ruoon in Full. i5Kucrjr-?-?r. i>oC_ 28.?Dr. Talmage s sermon to-day was appropriate to the season. Its subject was the ChrisUuas Jubilee. H:s text was Luke ii, 15: j "Let us now ?0 even unto Bethlehem." Amie a thousand mercies we give each, other holiday congratulations. _____ By long established" custom we exhort each other to healthful merriment. By gift, by Christmas trees which blossom and fruit in one night, by early morning surprise, by clusters of lighted candles, by children's processions, by sound of instruments sometimes more blatant than musical, we wake up the j night and pn-long the day. The event j commemorat?-d is the gladdest of the centuries. Christ's cradle was as wonderful as his cross. Persuade me of the first and I am not surprised at the last. Th...

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. — 7 January 1891

SpPoeirun and its Mr possibilities are ffiBnS^Tiecome a fixed idea ^^inind that, with the ?o!d year behiud us, with EST of its bereavements or mtt successes or failure*, its sKkid hopes and disappointments, ^^cginnin* of the new is a fitting gsar.^? C . - lunl-intir I KSF'iUiC "" "ClIWUO i?KVtiUU? luvnix^ | towards better things. The past year has blessed us vrith aiL, "" "^^bundsnt harvest Vbi'I 1i il our homes ami families. We then are better equipped to br?;in the labors and hardship* of the new. But plenty ahould not beguile u? into imprudence aud extravagance. Our increased prosperity should b= turned into ?ffectire means of bringing yet greater prosperity. Whatever passing trials and small shortcomings ?.?f tha: degree of success - to whit;1i our nridt; and ambition w#ald lead us during the old, should -Jiot depress us with morbidness new, but should serve as tonics ror the production of greater energy and should, through the reinemberance of their experience, prepare us the b...

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. — 7 January 1891

i< L10 (j hiJanuary 7. : : 1891 fjffffljlfjjjy Sale? W. II. Macfio, AdminisHr f?r?n*rfn#?: thin?R. B. Hail B. Hanahui, Jr. SfcJicCrcighfs family have Hel Simpson has rented B^nto the et?re formerly HL\ T. Lumpkin. HSBHHn&officc was thronged on figrpavers. in fact every|B? iu offices amd stores. H8||y^WHMM||Madies> shoes were left iu jig office by some taxBuir can jet them by H " ? MflBfreston IuoH 2ridrnmr have moved 10 town, and occupy the BapW tist parsonage. Rev. Mi. Briscoc "will i board with them. ?Several of the tracts of land adI vertiied for sale by the Clerk of the f Court on Monday were withdrawn 1 from sale by parties interested. ?There was a large number of our 1 Ridgeway neighbors in town on Monf day. 1Ye are always glad to see them, and hope they will come oftener. t ?Mr. D. H. Sterensou and family ? ?/? *aaI" t\/% fi. I *111* cu Vll lilUlOUft; AUU vv/v?. ; session of the Wimisboro Hotel which I he will manage this year. "We wish I him success. ?R. R. Parle'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. — 7 January 1891

TRUE TO THE FAITH. | SOUTHERN FARMERS WILL STAND BY THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Preiident McGrath Realizes that the Third Party Movement Cannot Com- j mand the Snpport of the Southern Alliance Men at this Time, and that the Xssne Must be Postponed. Topeka, Kax. December 29.?The following interview with Prasident Frank McGrath, published to-day, would indicate that the Alliance has lor the pres#nt decided to drop the Third Party saovement. He says: "The agitation in the South over the r nArr* wu the r>ossibll!tv of t any independent movement at this time. While in Oeala I investigated conditions as thoroughly as my limited stay would permit, and I came to the conclusion that more time was needed. It will come abou: in time, but the time is not this year." The delegation of Kansas editors which has returned from a tour through the South, having made a thorough ivestigation of the Farmers' Movement there, ' found that a large majority of Southern ir> wnrkinor for their re ICii. LUVi O ...

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. — 14 January 1891

COL. KEITHS MAD. HE MAKES A MOST SAVAGE ATTACK ON DR. J. W. STOKES. Says Seaator Irby is no Statesman and Accuses Dr. Stokes of Treachery and being Influeaced by Lis Own Per , /i T ?> rpi.^ 4:^ 6.?iiiy iui!)is week in i Order now id we Lave have a great To have a obligations I to the Ory neeessa^r' to j Economist, I )rder. pubIt will cost It is worth 10 you more man an me other newspapers put together. Y ou will learn i nrmwVlog or^rl ripmanrig nf I the Order and its great end and aim. If you do not take it, subscribe at once for it. There is great lack of knowledge among those who ought to be posted. The following will show the obligation of each Member of the Alliance to the Order to those organizations with whom we have confederated: St. Louis, Mo., December 6tb, 1S89. Agreement made tris day by and between the undersigned committee repre- j senting the National Farmers' Alliance j and Industrial Union on the one part, and the undersigned committee representing he Knights of 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. — 14 January 1891

Circuitua<fes to the vacancy of Associate Justicp, and put a new man on the Circuit, it Ins been customary to have a Chief Justice the senior of his o,wj n.rt ,.lwtMm U m>f with out some rra??;>. Mount Ziox is not close enough to the people of the town. Their knowledge of what i* being dene there is exceedingly limited, and the plau of baring a board of visitor* was designed to indentify the institution more closely with its patrons. That the plan has failed is no fault of those in charge of Mount Zi?n and it is through no fault of the plan itself, but the failure is with those who hare been appointed from time to time. The public generally will mourn tbe death of the sweet singer, Emma Abbott. She was pre-eminent in her profession and her efforts were directed to purify and elevate the stage. The stage can be a great factor for refining and producing that culture whicb beautifies life and makes it worth living, and the ?tage with such kingers as Emma Abbott can be made a m...

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. — 14 January 1891

r LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday January 14. : : 1891 Advertisement*. Wanted ?Wlnneboro Drug Score. January Bargains ?H. Landecker. Sheriff's Sale-H. Y. Milling, S.F.C. Notice?S. li Johnston, J P. F. C. Profit* Abandoned?Q. D. Williford & Co. Brier*. ?Mr. \V. B. Douglass has moved into the Flenuiken house. ?School Commissioner Milling has taken charge of his office. 4 T t> i.i :. .... Hj. Dt*Uft.nAiU 15 putting ?bU tien to his new house ?a Liberty Street. ?The County Commissioners met on Tuesday and transacted considerable business. ?County Auditor Crosby qualiued and took possession of his office on Monday. ?There has been another change in the railroad Bchcdule. See ojr advertising column is. ?Mr. Cha*. A.. Robinson and bride, who have been in Charleston on a - * * - . > 3 Driaai toar, returned on jaonuaj. ?TLi* office is indebted to Mr. Geo. il. McMaater for some fine oranges grown on his own place in Floriday. ?Mr. W. P. Gibson reports from ???TITtrnship lO that aSfr* 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. — 14 January 1891

' \ v\ .?/ r * >?>. ..*??* ? ? r--< e 9??-s-^-cTAlIhi.A i.ii. rt'U'ii. I _ I N-EW YEAR'S SERMON EY REV. DR. j >< I TALMA6E. ? - ? ? >-- T>.ptv?ecn the ! Ho apeaxs iiio ^ Powers of U?ht and the Powers of ; Darkness?Christians Need the Kelp j That Comes from On Hish. IU juiu iu a |?|jMfenftbments j MSBSog^p^--d -:: v i :-'S- ::;-->3]ik^ ' plan e t ized and detfrmine!^R^^^^T?il throw righteousness, and make thl "-on nhsnlf-tp and thl whole Bible a derision. Meanwhil alcoholism is taking down iis victim by the hundreds of thousands, and th political parties get down on tliei Knees, practically, saying: "O thou a] mighty rum jug! we bow down befor thee! Give us the oflices?city, stat and national. Oh, give us the ottl-es and we will worship thee for ever an ever, Amen." The Christian Sabbath meanwhilf appointed for physical, mental an spiritual rest, is being secularized an abolished. As it the bad publishin houses of our own country had e> hausted their litera...

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. — 21 January 1891

* \ . *&/.' ':<~jz&&rm \ - , ? . ] --^r>:"v:-1 /?? VOL. XLVI. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1891. NO. 23. SUEFERIXG EUROPE. " j [ SEVEN WEEKS CF SEVERE WEATHER | AND NO ABATEMENT YET. I' England i<i "Wrapped In Snow, and Many j . llivers auu Streams are Frozen Over?:] Numerous Uonihs from Cold and Kun- i' , i Ser?Much Suffering. j , Loxj>ox, Jau. 11.?It is now the;] seventh week of ti-.e pre faience of frost j tlM-nii"'! tI "niter! Kingdom, with no i1 si^os of abatement of the severity ol the j weather. j < k From John O'Groat's house to Land's ] Hk End, the country is wrapped in snow, j1 p-jlk and canals ar.u streams are ice-bound, j ( Even numbers of tidal rivers are frozen j' FSHSfe ^rf -y-;:'-the frost period.1 this *s the greatest xv^er^^he een-! ( tury,jmd in point of severity the winters h of 1S13 and 181-1 alone exceeded it. Fa'?js were then held on the ice on the Thames, Severn, Tyne and Tweed. , Uths were reared on the ice, and all lsu...

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. — 21 January 1891

S- ' - , f t-hi rr?r?;?.?a? -.t? yignrj;irrH. i,.,-*ffTS TlieFairtieidNewsandHeraldJ P U3LIHHKD S VKR Y WEDXESDA Y iNewo - and - Herald - Co. TERMS, Hi ADVANCE: 7 \ lear. ..... SI. 50 Sit 3Ioaths, .... .75 W. '_>. DOUGLASS / > Ftfitors. JAS. Q.DAVIS, ) ; .i D ver TISLYC; HA TES. a A SII .* otic dollar a square for the first inscr.< on and fifty cents for each subsequent - 4 nsertion Special rau~ for contract ad \ i vertisers. j Marriage and death notices free. Ueeular rates crwr?e4 for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. r ; x x c; * % ? _ {.. J WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday. .January 21. : : IP>91 AruoPOs of the Senatorial debate on the force bill we suggest that each Democratic Senator procure a phonograph, and after speaking his speech into it, take it in the Senate chamber ^ and -yrind it off as many times as may he needed to kill time. As the liepub : lican Senators all go into the cloak rooms and sleep, they would never know the difference, and Democratic ~ f t...

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 January 1891

L-)UAL INfhLijbjEiSCE. W c dnesday Jauuary 21. : : 18 y 1 stisxr uuvcrn??t:iurnt>. Notice?H. W. Gibso::. Witinsboro Ilotei Bar. . j Guano?W. I>. Douglass. Mules for Sale?5. B. Crawford. Railroad Elections -13. G. Tennant, j Chrc, lid. Co. Com. Fanners of FairtieM?The ij'aiiiicUi ; Oil ami FertilizerCo. gSTiie Annual Meating?J. M. lieaty, ; Secretary and Treasurer. ! c-cai Kriets. ? Vote for the railroads. ?There are several cases of la grippe ' iu town but no one i? seriously ill with it. ? L. I). Robinson, of ltOcktO!>, 1 as : moveii into the house owned by Mr. i S. K. McDonald. ?The Sheriff is complaining at the; scarcity ef boarders in his hotel, he only having tire at present. ?Cant. Havne McMeckin and t family arrived in town on Wednesday and will occupy the residence of; li. il. Iluey. ?The town clerk requests us to > state that they will shortly issue exc- ! cations lor town taxes. So pay up ! and save costs. , ?The White Oak Prize Club will j meet on Friday night...

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 January 1891

. (Til 1.1, SlihKi I liAY' Goes flock is not all within J Dr. TaTaia;e rr^HCht-* a Powcnai *vri:;<>n to the Non-Churchgoers? Kessoii;? IVhv I'nbelievers Show Tel Become iielievei'S ? A13 DTay Vet Saved. Brooklyn. Jan. 11.?The following | powerful sermon, addressed to non- j church-goers, was delivered by Dr. Talmace this morning in the Academy of! Music, ihis city, and a^ain in the evening at the New York Academy oi Music. Dr. Ta!maLre's text was John X, lU: ' Other sheep I have which are not o: this fold." There is no monopoly in religion. The grace of God is not a nice little pro- j petty le&cea on an lor ourselves, j.l js not a king's park, at which we look through a barred gateway, wishing we might go in and pluck the flowers and lock at the deer and the statuary. It is a father's orchard, and there arc bars to letdown and gates to swing open. Have you any idea that because you were baptized at eight months of age. and because you have all your life been surrounded by ...

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 January 1891

x ".V, ' l" Vr". v" "" ~ ' '""M . -j . . -,:\ ^ _ ________________ _____ _ ' - _ . _ -? ? . .. I .-" _ _ . . ' ' ' ^ vol XT,VI. WINX8BORO, S. G, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1891. NO. 24. J T vv ?.jl? ? > COL KEIirS iO'-iOIXMIL MAKING THINGS LIVELY IN ALLIANCE CIRCLESs He Calls ou Dr. Stokes, President of the State Alliance, to Explain that >Iix?d Caucus?The Former Cliars?# Keiterat ed and Some l-tirtner rscis uitcu. [From the Newberry Observer.] Editor Observer: 1 have road in the News and Courier the reply of Senator Stokes to my letter first published in the Observer and reproduced in the News and Courier. I will not allow him to cloud and obscure the matters in issue by ar. effort, to make the pub? nr. i mftvfd in what I have f iiV ? V ^ .. _ said by personal feeling. When I say I was not a candidate for the United States Senatorship at any time before the General Assembly,! am sustained by the record. My name was not presented in either house. Two votes were cast lor me on the ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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