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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 6 May 1891

Hp our Oil Millffo W?sb, or exchange ?ae value of ootton 9r, of Mississippi, sa mk asly 'heated' or t nf nm"11"" 3ns, of vrbich thech :erious obstacles to of the rootlets seek } used in such a n nay lie in the soil fo d the hull almost i the soil ingredients, is the tirst season is le the most importa . Tuis evil is enha itructs decav, the k< - - *,'?..11 ?? ^TIEeeardili^ Oll that the soil iugredieuto 'be present'; tl < be pnt-in the right place. Manure, to b ; readily mixed with the soil around and m ' *. lion requires rapid and comnlet^ecay; jgfe of nBwBr the 1 Iphke i HEnfirm Kw sec H3l on Hfcw or for n Bailable alter be rand coi ii 8- Lav Ii * ii "a^e: lilt 'it the >nd of MS ^nt HFra^oval c H^eeonowi'.. ,' Hndance is a wa |Hr ledge on two J EatuHh^Ui position of ferti the soil." l in the grades s ny relative pe id and potash? ?ctfullv, FA III FIE L J ger, wiii have ! concern. Tim. OFFICERS AX M. C. WILL W. B. MOOKE, Treasurer. C. E. SPENCER. 'k^ T> B. McLAIN. -y\\ ^C...

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. — 13 May 1891

' " * >' ' ;: . V ' gjpgqgB C^| 1 . ;/2^g VOL. XLYI. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1891. NO. 39. -:| THE UNIVERSITY. QUICK REORGANIZATION WORK BY THE TRUSTEES. The New Chair* Filled?Dr?. Woudrow. Alexander and Others Left Oat?S&laVJ-rn/? 7? r?f th? Kntlre PrO ceedinsn. Columbia, s. C., May 2?The Board of Visitors of the South Carolina University met in the Library yesterday morning, with every member present, and proceeded to organize the institution in accordance with the recent act of the Legislature. The members favoring a broad plan took charge of the matter, and, without calling up to a vote either of the plans presented, mov( d at once to go into the election of the different chairs, fearing that the minority report would very likely be adopted otherwise. The motion wa3 carried, and without the slightest opposition the selection of the chairs was begun. The following chairs were adopted: Chair of chemistry. Chair of geology, mineralogy and biology. An adjunct pro...

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. — 13 May 1891

-fc - r*T '**?.*k f.'. T-m'TIT W TlieFairfieid NewsandHeraM. PV 21.1 Sty'J) EVERY WBDXtXDA 7 r LSewo - and - Herald - Co. W. 1>. DOlXiL-VSS f Kditurs. J AS. il DAVIS. ) TKUUS, l.\ ADV.lNCi:: 1 ?ar. .... SI.50 | ??ix JIoutlK, - - - .75 WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, May 1-*}. : : : J liJHl The Reolsttr ami ;!to Mat-: blight to stop quarreling Tin; /c'ry/s/rv has got the support oi .Mr. Tuibcrt, and the State asserts that it doesn't want the support of such a tnan. B >th should be satislied, and have no mo e crossfiaing-. The condition of the public roads demands attention and their present bad is lir? niritiw forth editorials in the papers in the State. The great difficulty is that 110 practical plan for improving them is suggested. The Columbia Iieyister thinks we ought to have macadamized roads, but it is very doubtfu' whether the country could aflbrd the outlay just now. lh all means South Carolina should have an exhibit at t lie World's Fair. No State in the Union can make tie...

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. — 13 May 1891

local intelligence. Wednesday. May 3 3 : : : 1891 Xcw Advertisciuents. Stationery ?Winnsboro Drug1 Store. We Are in t!;c liace- D. Limlerdaic. Selling Ou'~ L. t.uiuuioia, S. C. Citation?S. il J >'s J.nl/ : of Prol?ar<?. !N():i;c ? i>. G. Tcnnan?, I'limn. IM. Co. Com. \V(; Arc Ca;>nniii.u Trade?Q. I). Wil!if.;rd & C<>. Master* Sale?E. M. Bo\ tin, Master Kcp?hu;v County. Xoiicii l'ur Final Discharge?David Crosby, L. A. C. E*tcs, Adin'rs. L-.-cal ?Mr. Jos. W. McCreijrht has moved his family to Killians. ?The counter for the new bank h;;s arrived. It's a daisy. ?The County Board of Medical Examiners met on Monday. ?Mr. \\~. II. Kabb, lias been ap- j pointed postmaster at Rockton. A j good selection. ?Some of our delinquent street j taxpayers are settling witn me town i by working on tlie streets. ?Reports of frost from many sections of the county last week, but little damage Jus been done. ? We are sorrv to learn that. Cant. Noah Rhine, of Ridgevvar, is quite ill a...

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. — 13 May 1891

"HUMMU3I ABOLIShED."~ DR. TALMAGE PREACHES A30UT SPICE IN RELiGiON. Why People Do Not Go to Church?'Worship Should Be I-ikc the Offering* Oucfu XSalkls Scat Solomon the Wise Means of EnliYeal2? Service*. L Brooklyn, May *3.?The capacity of ?&> the new abernacie was fully tested this P* morning by the vast audience which assembled to hear Dr. Talmage in his handsome and spacious church. lie is now preaching there morning: and evening and the Christian Herald services in 2s ew York have been discontinued. This has caused much regret to many people in that city. A memorial vr :s prepared and signed by influential citizens asking Dr. Talmage to continue the services. He could not see his way to comply at the time, but, as he was evidently impressed by the warmth of the welcome given him in the metropolis, and deeply moved by the good that was done, it is not improbable that m the near future he will agai.i be found duplicating his usefulness by ministering to two congregations, a...

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. — 13 May 1891

OFFICERS AND M. C. WILLI: W. B. MOOKfe, Treasurer. C. E. SPENCER. T. B. McLAlN. Clsivwlinsi i? S3 LAKGEST BUILD-fcUS in me ouuui < use these goods? 1. Because they are made of finest ma 2. Because tbev are unsurpassed in st; o. Because they are made by Southen South fer Southern Folks. Southern p our way to strength. Erery job Carriage. Phaeton, Surrey, give PERFECT SA1 Our agents aire authorized to guarante ship or material. INSPECT AATD B Remember, the greatest economy is of clothes is high at anv price. For sal( R. Proprietor Winnsboro Wagon Works, Respectfully, CA ROLIM 1-. Cotton Seed, Cotto: Fertil Y\JE have ciosed down our Oil MillTo V T to buy seed for cash, or exchange them. In comparing the yalne of ootton tilizers, I'rof. tliigard, of Mississippi, sa especially when previously 'heated' or I bly the least effectual mode of employin for a variety of reasons, of which the ch hull constitute very serious obstacles to ' promotes decay, and of the rootlets seek that when the...

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. — 20 May 1891

HEAVENS BRIDAL FEAST. "COME. COME, FOR ALL THINGS ARE NOW READY. Dr. Tnlmago Pr<*ach<rs on "Invitation to a i Hn*t the lie n cuuiufe ?? nc deemed, the Guest*: and the Angels, the Cup-Beare rs. Brooklyn. May 10.?The subject of Dr. Talmnge's sermon to-day was "In iLation to' a Wedding," and the text Luke xiv., 17: "Come for all things are now ready." Holy festivities to-day. We gather other sheaves into the spiritual garner. Our joy is like the joy of Heaven. Spread "the banquet, spread all the chalii ces. We are not to-day at the funeral ~c _ wo tirp rpl?bratin<r the IUi ~< L UCAU v/uixoi) "v ^ marriage of the King's son. it ifas an exciting time in English history when (v>ueen Elizabeth visited Lord Leicester at Kenilworth castle. The clocks in all the towers and throughout the castle were stopped at the moment of her arrival, so continuing to point to that moment as the one surpassing all others in interest. The doors of toe great banqueting hall were opened. The que...

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. — 20 May 1891

I ~ ADVERTISING RATES. CASH: oua uoiUir a square for th?* first inser> u ami fifty cents for eaci) subsequent nsertiou Sp?-ci:il rates for contract ad?oi'tisrrs. .Slarria*<j and death notices fra. Kejja'.ar rat^s eaar<i<*d for obituaries. (Orders for Jot> W??rk solicited. VVINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday. May 2U. : : : 1891 The militia seem to have made a good impression on the administration by the parade at the Columbia Cen. teanial, and possibly the Legislature will now make liberal appropriations. The low price of cotton and the little change in the prices of fabrics have been a harvest for the cottou factories and the stockholders of the Southern mill mar look for good dividends this year. Verily it is an evil wind which blows nobody any good. Mayok Shakspkakk says that he is sieic ana urea 01 uie reign uj. icnw m New Orleaus, and that it must stop if * /l,v ?f Tin mere is an/ pus^iuic n?i i? vtv it. m. summoned the Provenzan? brothers before him fur threatening' and ...

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. — 20 May 1891

.f I LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, Hay 20. : : : 1SD1 ^ MAIL COLLECTIONS, P Letters will be collected from the j letter boxes atU.lo and 9 p. in. daily. New Advertisement*. Once More in the Saddle?S. S. 11 UUV, Xl^CIK. Louisiana's Gorernor?J. I'?. Wil-j kinson, Shelby, X. C. I.ochI Briers. ?There was service i:i ail of the ; churches on Sunday. ?If the rain continues a little longer i cotton choppers will be in demand. ?Prof. Pat ton, of the University, i preached on Sunday st the A. K. P. i Church. ?We miss the Columbia State at j breakfast these mornings. ? nai is ; the matier? ?AH of the "Baro" rUUors to. the j * centennial are home. They report a j ^ good time. m* ?Sereral Wales of the fleecy staple j |V. were sold here ?ti Saturday, and there ; are several more vet to come. K ?There are a few cases of measles | in town, none stiious. This is a good | time of the year to hare them. ?The rainfall on Thursday and i Friday was 1.68 inches. "Warmer j weather is predicted for to-day...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 20 May 1891

PHASES OF OUR POLITICS.' THAD. E. HORTON WRITES OF CUR POLITICAL SITUATION. A Cforgia .TcoriJcili'st's luipri -tioa < f >>( Administrating ? Political Chit Clmt that May or May Not Coajf to l*a>s. Columbia, 8. C. May 10.?outwardly the political situation in this State is quiet, but one does not need to go very far belo?v the surface to find the same elements of difcord that made the last campaign the hottest and bitterest ever known. The lines between the Tillmanites and the anti-Tillmanites are as clearly drawn as they ever were. There has been no burying of the hatchet, no making up of old quarrels since the new administration came in. The policy of the administration does not seem"to have been cast with any view to winning friends from the opposition. | and with the exception ot' a lew indi- j YJLUUCUC} IV lO vuv*v *-?w | been little change in the raDks of the two factions since last summer's hoti fight. In the endeavor to fiud how Gov. Tillman's administration is ple...

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. — 27 May 1891

g\j:, V:.-rx;r.-/ >"< " .r-^' v*: \" 5S ' ' ..A/*i _ = -??_? - ? : " 1 - - ' VOL. XLVI. WIXNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 27. 1891. NO. 41. j ? ? ? ': i&S - GRIFFIN AND TILLMAN. ! A TART CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN j TWO OFFICIALS. Governor T:l! mrui Culls the Superintend cut of ihf State I-uiiati-; Asylum to; Account, ami the I.utter Defend* Himself with Su;nf Acerliity. ^ Columbia, s. C., May 18?The l'ol-! ! lowing correspondence between (lov-j < traor Tilluum and Dr. Griffin, which ^ concludes with a request for the resig- j nation of Dr. Griffin, will be read with ' great interest. The letter referred to j by Governor Tillman in his opening! note was published hi the News and j Courier: Columbia, S.'.C., May 5,1891. Dr. P. E. Gritlin, Columbia, S. C.? j ])t-ar Sir: In your letter to the regents, j a copy of which was handed me last week, you complain of unfair treat- j ? 1 i-vominotinii r?f ! XGMIt cillU ctll t'A'pcu r^uuiiuuvAvu v*. witnesses by the committee. 1 be? to r...

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. — 27 May 1891

- TkFairlielilNewsafldHerald. j P UiiUSilFA) E VKPY WEDXKZDA Y -BY? iNewo - and - Herald -jjCo. W U. i > K-Jitors. .) VS. V- DAVIS, ) TKUMS Hi ADVAXCK: 1 car. .... SI.50 *U .... .75 AD YEiiTiSlSO HATES, CASH: ?.)iie dollar ;; *<iiure fs>r tin* first inser? n uii'I fifty cents for c.icli subsequent tisertiuu Special rates for contract adVerUs^rs. M-irria^ a i?1 do.tH: 'lotuv* j'rte. KesjuUr rates c i.ir-^.1 for obituaries. Orders for J ol> Worn sjlieitod. YVINNSBOK.O, S. C. Wednesday, May 27. : : : 1891 JrxK 18 is not very far oft', and whatever action is to be taken in regard to the Davis monumental fund should be planned soon. Will the Charleston Democracy never get quieted? We heard something about an -olive of peace" a short time ago. What ha? become of it? What shall be the nature of the 4 l.~ 1 exercises to raise iuuu* iur mc iauk Monument? Will the theatrical company give a performance for the purpose? Noktii Carolina is not m the third party.? Charlotte Chronicle....

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. — 27 May 1891

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ag Wednesday. May 27. : : : IG'Jl gjp MAIL COLLECTIONS. LeUers will be collected from the letter boxes alo. lo and i- p. daily. X ew Advertisements. Mosqnitos and Flies?\V. E. Aiken. The Iioe Outdone?W. IJ. I)o:y & Co. Family Grocci ias?Ketchin & Ctthcart. See Our Bargain??J. M. Beatv L Bro. Glenn Sprinas?Simpson & Simpsen, Proprietors. Winthrop Training School?D. B. Johnson, Superintendent. Fairfield Savings and Loan Associa lion?W. C. Beaty, President. ?The Town Council are doing some L good vvoik in improving some ot the back streets. p ?Cotton still continues to come in. Several loads were sold on Saturday. Prices very low. ?The students, old and young, of Mt. Zion are preparing for their co.n mencement exercises. ?A large drove of line sheep passed our office on Wednesday. AYe hops some of Jiem will be butchered here. ?The Board of County Commissioners met on Tuesday. They passed oil a large number of accounts. ?We are glad to announce that Dr. W...

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. — 27 May 1891

I AT THE SAME PORT. THE "ESMERALDA'' AND "CHARLES- j TON" IN STRIKING DISTANCE. Now "What -will be Done'.'?The Chilian Likely to be Crippled for Lack of Fuel? j Our "Sail Francisco"' and "Baltimore" j Anions the Insurgent Fleet. Washington", D. C., May 10.?Af- j ter a week's waiting some tangible news j was received at the navy department from the "Charleston." First came a i dispatch irom Acapulco stating that th e | Chilian insurgent cruiser "Esmeralda" j had put out of Acapu.'co harbor yester- | day and had returned to port today, j Later on through the state department | a dispatch came saying the Charles- ; ton" had arrived at Acapulco and that j the '"Esmeralda" was still in port, but j giving no news of the kiItata." What next step will be taken no one \ ~ * - ?v* Ar\<- Ar fVoft ? LUC suite UKpai uucut ftuy<> o \/i loavv to tell. The "Charleston" will take on coal as her supply probably ran out during the week's chase. Whether the "Esmeralda" is to have the privilege...

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 June 1891

1 11^ -' VOL. XLVI. WINXSBGRG, S. ., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1891. NO. 42. J HE ^DEFINES HIS BELIEF, j ONE WEEK'S WORK THE SUBJECT OF j DR. TALMAGE'S SERMON. He in the Mosaic Account ot tlie Creation, and Does Xot Hesitate to Say ; So Most Kmphatlcally?A Xotal>ie Ser- ; xo?a Preached Suud-ty, May 24tli. Brooklyn, May 24.?The striking sermon Dr. Talmage delivered this J mornmjj :o an audience which fiiled the j new Tabernacle in every part di-alt with J a topic of interest to all who have j I watched the discussions dow agitating j the churches. Wherever the question ! ^ of the inspiration of the Bible is raised, the trustworthiness of the Mosaic nan a-1 tlve of the creation is always the point I chiefiy assailed. The fact that so prom- i inent and eloquent a preacher as Dr. Talmage places inmseit cieariy on record on the side of orthodoxy will doubtless have a marked influence on public i opinion. His text was Genesis 31, ' And the evening and the morning were the sixth day." From Mon...

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 June 1891

j ' ** ' : VOL. XLVI. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1891. . NO. 42. M m HE DEFINES HIS BELIEF. ONE WEEK'S WORK THE SUBJECT OF DR. TALMAGE'S SERMON. He BelUv?-s in the Mosaic Account o! the Creation, and Does Xot Hesitate to Say So Most Emphatically?A Xotitbie Ser in?n Preached Saudiy, May 24tl>. Brooklyn, May 24.?The striking sermon Dr. Talmage delivered ibis morning to an audience which filled the new Tabernacle in every part draJt with a topic of interest to all who have watched the discussions dow agitating the churches. Wherever the question of the inspiration of the Bible is raised, the trustworthiness of the Mosaic narrative of the creation is always the point chiefly assailed. The fact that so prom' 1 inent and eloquent; a preacuer as jl?i. Talma^e places himself clearly on record on the side of orthodoxy will doubtless have a marked influence on public opinion. His text was Genesis i, 31, 4*And the evening and the morning were the sixth day." "From Monday morning 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. — 3 June 1891

# I ----- The Fairfield NewsafldHerald. 1 _ | * i PUBLISHED EVERY WEDyESDA Y I -SYNC Wo - and - Herald -$Co. j *V. D. D^>L'\iL\S\ ) > Kditors. J AS. g. DAVIS, ) ' tk::>is, i:; advanck : leur. .... SI.iO j Six Jlloutlix, .... .75 j ADVVnriSlSG HATES, G'.iStf; : One tloilar a square for the first iu>er ? a ami fifty cents for each subsequent nsertion Special rates for contract ad verti.se rs. Marriage asul death n??ticvsfree. {{llegular rates charged for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicit***!. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday. June 3. : : : 1891 Most of the papers, which weie known to be ardent supporters of Governor Tillman dnrir'g the canvass, have taken the position that he only acted and suoke for himself in the "Alexander incident." The Edgefield A'h'ertiser, however, thanks Governor Tillman for the non-election of Dr. Alexander to a chair in the University, and commends him highly for not electing Dr. Alexander. What has otir contemporary to say >iuce the publicati...

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. — 3 June 1891

? LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, Jane 3, : ; : 1891 MAIL COLLECTIONS, Letters will be collected from the letter ooxes atu.io ana u p. in. usnj. N ew Advertisements. Winnsboro Hotel Bar. Notice?W. 11.1'nff, President. Drnge?McMaster, Brice & Ketchin. Citation?S. 11. Johnston, Judge of Probate. A Rare Chance tor the Ladi*s? Q. D. Willi ford k Co, m Brief*. ?And now the cry is too much rain. ?Read the new adrertisemeni of the Winnsboro Hotel Bar in this issue. ?Some of our citizens attended the rwif>ni/? TVf.fcel Phnrcli on Saturdar. They report a pleasant tim?. ?The Town Council is having the weeds ?u the sidewalks cut and the treets are decidedly improved. ?Our friend Dr. W. D. Brat ton, j has removed from Portland, Oregon,, to Chicago, TIL, where he will be lecated. ?All wh? want invitations t* the ball to send to their friends can get them by applying at the office of Dr. D. Aiken. ?Little Edwia, sou of Mr. J. E. McDonald, fell from a home-made flriDg jeany Tuesday and wai s...

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. — 3 June 1891

. 1 T?? ALEXASDER9IATTER. | CORRESPONDENCE 3ETWEEN THE! OVERNOR AND PROFESSOR. fcTmpatby With a Sear<;h After Truth - j Xne Dropping of tho Frofessjr not Re- j ious Persecution?a Much T:i!kccl of ; - * I Isocameut With Hot Much in it. following is the correspondence between Governor Tillman and Professor Alexander, in regard to which so mucn curiosity has been manifested: THE GOVERNOR'S FIRST LETTER. (Private.) April 22, *91. juEAK Sir: In to-day's Xews ar:d j Courier I nna mention raaueoi mesuujr" -natter of your talk with tbe Trustees yesterday and prominence given to a question propounded by me. 1 desire to disclaim all knowledge of this publicity, and 1 regret thai your earnest ana frank statement, which strongly excited the admiration and sympathies of many of the Trustees, should have gone lorth in such a way and at such a time. i cannot refrain from giving expres?i"'i mv ntvn fAplirurs in the matter. ana to say that while I fear your open avowal of such doubts will inevita...

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. — 10 June 1891

|j^VOL, XL\^" " ~ ^ W1NXSB0R0, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1891. - N0 43 (TILLMAN INTERVIEWED. HIS IDEAS ABOUT THE DEMANDS OF THE F-'ARMERS' ALLIANCEI A Crjinj: Xeid for Money?Opposing Cleveland 'or His Free Silver Views? J lie in Opposed to the Sui)-irfananr, i>ui Will follow His I'avtj. Oraxoerukg, s. C., May 30.?The Cotton Plant of last Thursday contained the following account of an interview with Governor Tillman: "I found him quietly sitting in his ofIlice looking over his mail, lie greeted me quite cordially, and, farmer like, inquired about the crops, rains, etc. "lie was neatly attired, in theconventional alpaca coat, lie appeared somewhat stouter than last summer. "He" remarked that he had gained four pounds since he l ad neen here, but that his clean shaven face gave him a dlVJUl/CX a^votuuvv. ; "Farmer Ben then proceeded to give j his ideas about the purposes, demands [ and ideas of the Farmers' Alliance, of j which be is a leading member. "It was founded upon the broad...

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