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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 9 September 1891

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Highest of all in Leavenii Wednesday. September 9. : : : 1891 j mail collections, ; Letters wi^ll be^colleered iVum tl e j ^ A Pargaiu for You?Jno. T. Cbal-1 msj, fp^s'" mers* School Books?"Winncboro Dru^ j ^ x__ Store. i ABS Sumuions-Jurnes G. McCauts, Plaiu- j tiffs Attorney. i Pkotuactkd Mkktixg.? L?,C1?| 15rSet>. ! be a protracted llH>?-ti:i? ?Monday was the ia&t (lay that the j rremvierian < ims-cu una stores closed at six o'clock. i ducted by the Rev. \\ . M. ?Mr. J. M. Stewart has opened a ; Rock Hill. coiton (-ffice in iheetoreof Mr. S. C. Gkemj>\?Tht*rc"w:li bii IMcl)?>\. tl. i i he annorv *>n 'I'll ti I'm lav -We an* ulul.10 hour that Mi. Jos. j ^ p ^ (u ,?c ^ fi ll.Cuiiiu.?i.gst who bus Ue,. il!, i-| Vis,iwr. irou. neighboring improving. _ cilift. ar# cxpe..(e,L ? We ; re -?oi jy to hear that there is no improvement in the condition of} Dikd in Columbia. ?I Mr. J. In 1 at heart, Sr. j has been tec*ivtd here of ih ?The Court of Gen...

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. — 9 September 1891

r WHERE HE PUT HIS ARM. ^ He stood outside the ?ate awhile, Cisco, cautiously. . Jl?v.4. ? meet and cill togetnc JlUU SiliU <jrvvu. xii&LiL, mm iviwiva smiie. loyal and courageous "Good night," she said. "Good night," lay some pl?ns where once more be . btair.-.d." He muttered as he'd done befcre, v a where is to 1 And then, lured by some subtle charm, asked the vounc- di He came inside and put his arm fSKea, , * have little money to She wore a hat of jaunty shape, eious Spaniard has rc Tied up with some soft clinging crape, -j ncsriv aji that it tx A truant ribbon from its peak _ .V atw.nt.A Strayed down and kissed lier dimpled retain my sword an cheek. arm to wieid it. l>ot ?. . . ice of Cuba whenevei 1 he moon was full, the hour was late; , . ti_._ ? As they stood there beside the gate , ,, His love, by Cupid's bellows fanned, * am assu Blazed up." He took her little hand Valdes, else i should And muttered, "Dear, what is the harm?" fided in you. Now, And then he gently...

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. — 9 September 1891

. OFFICERS AND DI RECK > ___ M. C. WILLIS, Presider W. B. MOORE, Treasurer. JOS. F. V C. E. SPENCER. ' J. P. CUL T. B.McLAIN. C. M.PA: Carolina Bug LAnix?.5T in tne soum oi miengn use these goods? 1. Because they are made of finest material and 2. Because tbey are unsurpassed in style, durab 3. Because they are made by Southern people < South for Southern Folks. Southern proteciion our way to strength. Every job Carriage, Phaetou, Surrey, Cariqlet give PERFECT SATISFY Oor agents are authorized to guarantee and rep ship or material. ItfSPJECT AXDBK OS Remember, the greatest economy is get your in of clothes is high at any price. For sale at Winus K. T. M Proprietor Wiunsboro VVugou Works, and deale Respectfully, CAROLINA BUS READY FOIt BU MTV, MTXir: vx v. W E are now prepared 10 ^incottoii at ?1.25 ] giuuKi-y being" complete in every respect euaoles u but little expenditure of time ami labor on^the pai COTTON" SKI We are also ready Jo buv cotton seed at the h theuri in exchang...

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. — 16 September 1891

VOL. XLVI. "WINXSBOIiO, S. C, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1(1 1891. NO. 5. J j )L'( )\ J?\ AT T]i V WFIT famaG is 100 weak lUtU'L, AI i I1& >V EiLb, jpo]l3a carrlage3 when the questioi 5ERMON PR; AChEi) AT ELMiRA, N. Y., i the devil sha.il ru LY K iV. CR. TALLAGE. ! Lhfc.re.ai'^ lot comfr j und the lost, aud j bereit, ami the 1 The Su?;. cot H?td?r*tl AM?r??prlat? 1>v j sUllj'agCS for the I the ! "?? 'fl.Ki Are Huldiaz an lu- j valuer 3. ??real llot ! flock: all ihe work rerstut, F,i ?fc<-n?T?xt or the ?*r- , Thl3 VTell of ihe /> v f in ruif rmf. flip Knr Eliii ?!a, 1.-. 6.?The Kev. I)r.Tal- j ^(Ire,? ^ , 1 , , . i not let trie cnurch :u;i^e pr\ icfctU tuuar to the mi- j r^gjj keep the wo > mtn^e rculti'.ude * i;o have come to at- j the bars, swing O] lend the ."sen VorK and Pennsylvania ter all the inYitati exposition. *rhich is being held here M?1-him come. ( Sept. 1 i"' St pt. 9. It is a combined ^on*e> re<* m:;u exposition of cattle, sheep, hordes and, . valuab...

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. — 16 September 1891

w TilK light both of tho }> , ^ , . j i a grave blunder. i\ K\\' S AN D IIERALD.I .aA <llo : t"\ n iai i tvu vnv ? ? I they have done in / VUislAtilftl) &VERY \Vt:oy vsdaY j t:ike votes away fi ! in sympathy wit] ^ -JiV? ! power that to w ; bitterly opposed. LNlewo - and -^Heraid -3Cc. j sojj partv threw a *- j to elect Jaine* K. w. i). 1>J'Jtrli \.SS, ) I extreme pro-slave ' j , T t * i J \S q I) WIS ) ! form. I lis admin ? i Mexican war, ac< teiois, in advance: of southern tcrrito I iwmnroniise of 1 \ ear. .... M.oO : A~ , . su Mou.k., 7.-> I pro-slaverr admin 1 Democratic wing* i face of absolutely AD I'rJfc'i'lSlXtJ KATJ-JS, CASH; ; they should stand in r... f I know the result a sq.i.viv tor tut* l;r>i m>er- j j it ami tiny cents f??r dcU subsequent | deliberately cut 01 ?i*?ri!u:i Sjveu! ral.-s lor . otitract ad- j flmj tjJt Kemibli v^rtiser.-. ; . , . Manias ami dealh nolkvs// ,*. j with its little dish; Ke^uiar rates i_<h' obituaries. j JuJm Kelle...

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. — 16 September 1891

LuCAL 1MKLLIGEKCE. I , | Highest of all in Le; \\ ednesilx-v, September IG, : : 18H1 j M A I I.. COLLKCTI()NS, ^ ; Fair Notice?A. Y. Milling, S.C.F.C. j ffj| A Rare Opportunity?Macanlav & ! IHL Turner. j Seed live and Bailey ?Ivetchiu & j Cathcart. j i.ucm HrieiK. | ?Tn our 3a?t issue ?Mr. It E. Ellison has purchased j the fact that i ho cottor the dwelling house of Rev. J. T. { ?ot buy cotton unless Chalmers. themselves. This agr ?Rev. A. R. Mitchell, of Columbia, made to inconveniwm preached in the Episcopal Church Sun- On the contrary, the day night. to put the farmer- to ?Messrs Macaulay A: Turner bought ; ' nn?ins> it" !? ii.jton twenty bales of old cotton from Mr. j >' u?is < <-o<;.-.>a:y for t James Turner Thursday. j reason that .some who ? Mr?. S. F. Chapin delivered a reir j sel! are in the habit pleasant taik to the children Saturday room sample*. This li morning at the Hotel Duval. a* the sample from tin ?"We are sorry to learn that Mr. always 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. — 16 September 1891

w DAY AND NIGHT. ter. "Kits the lis 4,I tliink h?- ha Oil the rapturous thrill of awaking hurhlv elated ov T_ _ . ? *, , . ? ill mo ujyiuiu^ twi auu i r?'*OUirnt mm." When my pulses stir with rejoicing I t4T<. . ? For the Rift of another day. ! Oh a day is too short for such chances -Now, senor. Of love and of service true, draw apart tha With the glory of sunshine around me, watch this mise Aad my beautiful work to do. man vermin wa liut the dear day slips from civ holding riot too far, Calv And the chances come and go; still some fur the While i love and I work a little-, f..rm." And 1 worry a bit. you know, sj seil0r Then the evening comes with its nulet, ? . ' " And dreams of the hours past, vo s services sha And .1 put off my plans until morning, -*^n^ "vvlt*1 ?Us And I'm glad to sleep at last. placed themselv. Jro my life grows rich with its meaning, Until beauty and service combine; j v"w And it claims me with power resistless, j It thrills ire with longings divine. t Cil ...

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. — 16 September 1891

mwiw TOR WTf afe afeV V I cWA/iAJ sk) & A <*? WE HAVEIIN STOR MASON'S FRUIT QUARTS AND HALF GALLON SIZES, AT?] JUST RECEIVEI Bust's New rop Tar: Plant Enta Basra at once and other round possible. GROCERIii > f r tr i -*T+\n / \~n * ^ i A.JLJL JVJ iS D& Ur \JAM1\2j Peaches at 25c. are cheap. Macaroni and C hand. Fresh Lemons constantly on hand. COME TO SEE U6 0 Respectfully, J. M. BEATY & Cottoi Seed Meat! T!' FO | DAILY. SU ?> pages, lc. 20 pt FEEDJ COTTON SEED | The Aggrcssi MEAL, the cheapest and i best Slick Food. j nal oft A Hewspap Soli' is Good to Cattle -...T", ? Call at oar store aud get pullsEnoB wfres a sack with privilege of avenge ' returning provided year TlunMt remark stock will not eat it. j The Press is a Cheap news, v W.R D0TY&C0.,3S^ points. The Press Sc: did twenty pag< WINNSBORO, S. C. current topic of i Tee Press W all the good tlMnj day editionsf TA1TR PT/F.ASTTRF. I or are prevente< ~ * " " w receiving it, The substitute. In iufo...

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. — 23 September 1891

1 1 -S vol.. XLVI. H^::::rWIN^SBOEOv;Bra,:WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1891.::; NO. (3. TJlhl'CW -i! OF KINDNESS" LESS10NS FROM PAUL'S RECEPTION ON T HE !SL -.ND OF iv'ELITA. I The Datbnrous of the Island Were j ;is Yet I'ncui i upJf<!. hjkI So the Promptii>?* of Nntii ?* Tli'-in ? Kirdiu-ns :t Koval I'ioivir of Gocl'> Goodness. ? ]Jkooki.yn. sol. l-'i.?Brooklyn Tabcrnacio to?.:.iv contained many strangers on th?.;!r v*av wi.e irom the watering places and loreiuu lands. Manv of the members absent from the city during the summer were In their places. The church building and the oruan, which have been almost continually under brush and hammer since ibe dedication last spring, are now about completed. The sermons today were lull of congratulation and were attended by the usual throats. L>r Tahnaiie's morning sermon was ou "Kindness," from the text, Acts xxvl.i, i': "The barbarous people showed lis uo little kindness." My text puts us on the Island of Malta, another name for Mel...

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. — 23 September 1891

m r ?r. -n . - <?? -. m THE NEWS AND HERALD. tiitil.UdED V V!lH / WUDyXtDAY -lit? Nijwo - and - Herald -aCo. vv. 'j. \ss, , K?iitors. J VS. o. DAVIS, ) TEKSIS I.~ ADVANCE: 1 Ml*. .... 91.wU Hit >Ioi:tli*, .... .75 AP VKUTl.<lSG RATES, (JAMI: One dollar :i siju.xre for tin* first inser> n ;i:ui fifty eeni?> l'?>f ?*arh subsequent liM-rtism Sju-cial rules fur contract advertisers. Muria^ts anil death noticesfree. Kejjular rates enarjfed for obituaries. Ord.-rsfor .Job Worse solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday. September i.'J. : : loHl j According to the Manufacturers' i llvvOf-l Sjuth Carolina consumes more j cotton than any State hi the South, Georgia, which ranked first last \ear, coming next. When the Columbia anal; ?:"- > ..!!? 11.;^ ? !!! Ntiiwutne ! uJ i. ?.i v; k'uu( tui^ ~ ^~ even more. Fon months we have had a surfeit of ! Charleston politics. Tlie two factions quarrelled and warred until it >eemed j thi?t they never could meet upon sonic common leve...

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. — 23 September 1891

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesd tv, September 2>, : : 18U1 MAIL COLLECTIONS, Letters will be collected from the letier boxes at 4 and 9 p. m. daily. New Advertisement*. County Fair. Notice?A. Wiilifcrd. Notice f>r Finn I Discharge?J. D. Mahon, Adininstrator. Lii?al Brier*. ?More cotton was received at the depot Thursday than any other dav this seiisou. ?The Fairfield Baptist Association will meet at Blythcwood, Thursday, September 2ith. ?A very pleesant sociable was given ?it ihp resilience of Mr. II. II. Jennings Wednesday evening. ?The banking hours of the Savings and Loan Association will hereafter be from to i..'?0 oVIoek. ?Mt. Zion opened Monday morning with i4.'J >eh?>Iar-i on ilit: roll, IS ot which number were new ones, ?Sheritl' Milling took Allen Xevitt, the man adjudged to be insane a few days ago, to the asylum Tuesday. ?A two-year-old mule belonging to Mr. J. M. Slew art broke its leg a few days a$>N while running around the lot. ?J. M. lieaty&Uro. have o...

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. — 23 September 1891

THt. OLD HOME. l:i the shadows ol twilight 1 stand by the garden door. Aiid gaze at theoid, old homestead, Sv cherished and loved of yore. Eat the ivy now is twining I Untrained o'er window and wall; And no more the voice of the children Is echoing through the hall. Through years of pain and sorrow, Since lirst I had to part The thought of the dear old homestead Has lingered around my heart; The porch embowed with roses, The gables' drooping eave*, And the song of the birds at twilight Amid the orchard leaves. And the forms of those who loved me in the happy childhood years Appear at the dusky windows, Through vision dimmed with tears. I liear their voices calling From the shadowy far away, And i stretch my arms toward them In the gloom of the twilight gray. But only the night winds answer, As 1 cry through the dismal air; And only" the bat comes swooping From the darkness of its lair Vet still the voice of my childhood Is calling from far awav, And the faces of those who loved me S...

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. — 30 September 1891

VOL. XJLYI. WINNSBO'JRO, S. C, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 30. 1891. NO. 7. BALMACKDA'S TliAGIC KNI) j CHILE'S EX-PKESIDENT COMMITS SUl- | CIDE AT SANTIAGO. Tlie L>e?d a in the Argentine j ui NiiiitiMiiiii Wlivm tho Hunted | >I?u Who lu A ltyiug UcvIhintiuu. Nea* Yokk, $epl.20.?The Herald's j Valparai.M) i;'afc.-p'?uue:it telegraphs us i follows: Ex-1'residet t Jiahnaeeda, of (.'bile, shot hiuiM-l! Uircusih the temple in his room at the Argi autic legation in SautidiiO m bioOa. ui. UhIhj (Saturday). The storv btcaoifc know u here this aflernoou. ami cieau-d the ereaie&t exeitemeut. It now seems that Balmaeeda let't Santiago on August -9, iu the hope ol making his escape !rcm Chile; but steins that evtr> avtuue of escape was cut off. he returned there on September 2, aud weut direct to the Argeuiine legation. A.tter ti:e di>aMtuUb battle near Val- j paraiso and the suriwider ol' Santiago, ou August 2Vth, m companr with exAlcalde Victor Echauren, he took a carriage and drove ...

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. — 30 September 1891

v \ THE NEWS AND ITERALD.j PU2U6UWD EVERY WXDyBSDAY j -BY? _ ! iNewo - anal - Herald -|Co. j * " - . . ? '* I !) vss ; AS. <*. D.V.VI.S. S I TKJCMS, i:; ADVAXCK: 1 .... SI..iO | *ix >1 (iLl life. . - . . . ( } j ... Al) V?nTL<L\'Cr HA TVS, CASH: I v>n<- dollar ;i sijuxiv for tlie first inser- j ? li a:ul fifty cent* f"<- cacti subsequent M-rtioti .Special rates for contract ad- I vertisfM. ^p Mama.;* ami death notices free. Ke^ular rates crianjed lor obituaries. Or?i?*rs for Job Wors solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. I Wednesday. September 3(t. : : 1891 | r .. ? ? | It will not do to have too many arguments In speaking oh political matters. Abuse and ealmuuv have been considered as very efficient wea pons in advocating any political doctrine. Just now, the no powerful j weapon, laughter, has been used with apparently great sticcoss. Whether the cau^e of truth is advanced, we are : very much in doubt, but if tiae laugh i goes against a speaker, his advocacy ] fall* to the...

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. — 30 September 1891

?m?yp?MOuat tuarwA)?u?m?>M???mmmama LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. i Wednesday, September -'>0, : : 1391 MAIL COLLECTIONS, Letters wiil be collected from the letter boxes at -1 and p. in. daily. New A<lvfrlisemeiit>. New York?J. M. Beaty & Bro. Prepare tor Winter?D. Lauderdale. vr.._r,._ . ? Tannic fl Mo. UUW IU VlUlltvu v . , Cants, Tieferee. Local Briers. ?Cotto:: brought S.27 011 Saturday, showing a slight rise in price. ?Mr. 1L. T. Matthews has moved his ktock of good* iuto the store belonging to Mrs. Sarah (Jathcart. ? Don't stop your cotton any where < !>e but bring it to the Jtoro. The buyers here will treat you light. ? H. WillisisJiam ha> opened a furniture store ut the stand formerly occupicu b> Mr. \V. W. Ivetchin. ?Alex. Leinmon killed a mad dog in Kwii We(tii6Mla> nijfht. This makes the second within the last ten days. ?Mcs-is. Macau la \ & 'former of the CIrauite Block, will come out next issue with a new advertisement. Look for it. ?The Coart H...

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. — 30 September 1891

A MAN'S KSkOiNE. oome giris are extolled for their beauty And some for their knowledge an-1 wit, | And others for doing a duty, Of hardship and courage and grit, And some for composing a sonnet Or acting and filling a hall, Hut the girl who can trim her own bonnet A.nd makes her own dress beats all. Xiss Patti more music mny warble. Rose li->nheur excel her with paint, Miss Hosmer carve better on marble, She mav not be half of a saint? But if she can make her own dresvs And trim her own bonnet we hold She is?for the husband she blesses? Worth more than the others, al! told. I A .air! who can make her head pretty And, also, her figure look sweet, Js, either in country or city, A prize which no" genius can beat: And when In addition she's able To care for the babies and cook We set hpr right up on the table And call on creation to look. Hurrah for this girl and no othei ? We shout her unlimited praise, ^ To win her away from her mother And wed her we're trying always; She makes 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 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 30 September 1891

* OFFICERS AN1 M. C. WILL W. B. MOOKE, Treasurer. U. E. SPENCER. T. B. McLAIN. Carolina B LA KG EST BUILDERS in the South use these goods ? 1. Because they are made of finest in 2. Because they are unsurpassed in s 3. Because they are made by Southei Soutk for Southern Folks. Southern our way to strength. Eyery job Carriage, Phaeton, Surrey \, give PERFECT Si Our agents are authorized to guaran) ship or material. IJfSPJKCT AXD i Remember, the greatest economy is < of clothes is high at any price. For aa ft Proprietor Wiuusboro Wagoi: Works Respectfully, CAROLINA 1-. COUNTY FAIR. DON'T FORGET THAT TU E FAIR FIELD AGKICUTURAL ASSOCIATION WILL HOLD ITS FOURTH EXHIBITION The First Tuesday and Wednesday in November. These Fairs hare, by their wonderful growth from an. humble beginuing, a?toiii?hed the most hopeful members wt the Association; and the County has ? ight to feel a pride in the tine display of agricultural and gajdau products, lire stock and household articles. Fairtield h...

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 October 1891

voXL VI. WINNS1JOUO, S. C.. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1891. XO. 8. 'ii.k SA "f> ihi is Willi US. i.R. "7 AlMAG-- PLEACHES ON THE CONTINUED MISSION OF CHRIST. I TJtr S? ? >! )f> !> < ( . .t\ 11.).:.1 y ? 'l lit- OUCH- ! iiosiini: ? ; tin- iim (?>rs m t <?? T?*u>i>Ie?! T<.f TriiJj 'alM i, C. TuMil, Ctucltfxton Ki ll MiSM'xl j' Bkookian, l'7.?Tills is Sacra* meni Sum!-- at ?!; J>f?K.klyi: Tabernacle. Tin* > rv'-.i s :;s usual cu these occasion* wcrv-. :y s?.*linm aud impressive. The inoiu'.iij; service opened with the iimi ix elrc <l? x<)h>u'y. The yrand oil'ertoire !>} Cr:???n was exquisitely reu-1 de-ret! h\ Prviessiir Henry Kyr? Brown. | ami lhe service ?!o.-e?; with the majestic coronation hymn. I>:-. Talnsasie's tils- j <? - -?>> nvtiv'i (it ("lirist throu-h tic eonlurks." and his text] Revelation xix; l:i. ' On his head svere many crowr:*.'' May cars 1-e a'.ert and your thoughts c>nccuira*e<i, and all the ers ol'your-&...

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 October 1891

! Tin-: NEWS AND IIERALD. PLiiil.lzUiCD ? VERY WKDS KSDA Y -L5T? iNew^ - and -r Herald - Co. n' i) \->>( \ Kiiiturs. AS. }. i)\\'IS. ) TK:i?S 1.; ADYANCK: \ ear. .... Sl.jO tiix .... .7."> Mi VXIiTJXf .W HA 'Th'S. CASH: ?>t:.- :i sju.viv for tlu* first itiser?it ;m>i iifiy ivia.? ;'??: t\t?*h subsequent asertiu.'i for contract act* Vi't'tlNri'S. Mania;** :t:s.i nuticv?/ree. !Cc^u!;;r r.itt-s <r.i;ir^<*:{ fur obituaries. Or.U-rsfor Job Work solieiteti. , WiNNSBORO, S. C. Wedne.sil iv, October 7, : : : 11*91 11k.yi.ly after all, will the Third Party have many supporters? Just now it (besn't l?ok so. Will Columbia never settle the canal trouble? It would be a splendid thing if Gunn and Chew would combine. - ? a As Messrs. Gunn and Schotield have served notice on the city council of Columbia that they claim two hundred and lifty thousand dollars damages for alleged breach of contract for sale of the canal, we suppose we shall have a rest on the part of the Columbia ...

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 October 1891

?WPWW?Kid MWIWM????? LvX)AL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday. October 7. ::: 135)1 MAIL COLLECTIONS, Letters will be coilccted from the letter boxe? at 4 and 9 p. tu. daily. N ew Advertisement*. Just Arrived ?W. II. Doty &. Co. Completed?Q. D. \Villiford & Co. Window Class ? Wiuusboro Drug Store. Stationery -- McMasler, Iirioe & Ketcbiu. The llecoid I>rok?n Again ?Macau-1 lay & Turner. 'i' ?> I.' T>. o i An h'.ra lertn ?i. u. rr?ci, lit-, siding Jtulge. Tax Notice ? Uayne MoMeekin. County Treasurer. Clover and Lucerne Seed?McMaster, Brioe & Kethin. I.?.4 :tl ];> ici., ?The price of cotton remains about the same, mo material chaiuic either way. ?Spoil-men wiil remember that the game law is in effect until the first day of N a ember. ? Mr. Ed. Gaiilatd h.?s accepted a j po.-ition in the freight office ot' the j South Carolina liailwav in Augusta, { Ca. ?O. W. Buchanan, Esq , after ?quite a long attack of illness, is about himself a^ain. We are ylad to see | : hi...

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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