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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 11 November 1891

??- ; ~~ , 1 THE OLD LOVE. Oh, let thn old love wake again, It only sleeping liesOh. let the old light break again From out your dusky eyes. Dear Heart, I've wandered lonely To many a haven fair, And found them sunless only Because yon were not there! Oh, let us haste to say again Our pledges fond and low, And let us feel love's day again Within our bosoms glow. kom>f?th<?arfc_ do you not fee! it, The tenderness of youth? Your eyes, your eyes reveal it, And "they are God's own truth! Oh, let your dear head rest again Upon my heart at last, And when those lips I've pressed again One kiss will mock the past. True Heart, your graceful lashes Are wet, but not with pain, For from your eyes there flashes Love's sunlight through its rain! Oh, let the old love wake again, It never should have slept; Come, let my glad arms take again The joy they should have kept. Fond Heart, no more of weeping, No more the past recall, For we are in Love's keeping, And Ioa6 is all in all! IE FlHOlCTI ...

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. — 18 November 1891

^f YO L. \" LYL^Z WINNSBOKO, 8. (ITWEDN?^^ XOVEMI^U 1^1891. " 14. w . THE KANSAS ELECTION. THE "HIRO PARTY MEETS A WATERLOO ON CHOSEN GROUND. 2I?e Old Parti<rf> Combine Hud Clean It ui> in Kan;aa?Kes?-ut)i.'ir the Arrogance of the New Party Lcit?U rs- President I'olk SaTS It is all Hlght. Leavenwohth, Xax., Nov. 5.? The combiuing of the republicans with [ the democrats again?i ;.he people's party in manj parts of Kansas Tuesc ay really began in the last legislature, where the two older par.-es, in order to aecomplis 1 anything, were forced 10 combine. Before the election last fail it was tacitly agreed between the leaders of the democratic party and the aiiiance lexers that if the democrats should nominate the old war governor, Vharles li-obinson, of ( Lawrence, for governor, the alliance (convention would indorse the nomiaaItion and in return the democrats were to [accept the man the alliance selected for [lieutenant governor on the democratic I ticket. The alliance conven...

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. — 18 November 1891

THK NEWS AND HERALD. | PUBLISHED JS VERY VftCDNKSDA 7 -l>iiNevvo - and - Herald - Co. j *v. >>. DOUGLASS, i > Kflitors. AS. ft. DAVIS, ) i TEIi.MS, I-< ADVAXCK: \ ear SI.50 j s?ix Month*, - - - - | ... ......... i AD VEliTlSISix HATES, CASH: | One dollar a square for the. first inser- ' < n and fifty cents for each subsequent j assertion Special rates lor contract ad- i vert: vers. Marriage and death notices free. Ke^ular rates caarjjed for obituaries. [ Orders for Job Work solicited. - - - ! f WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday. November I!J. : : 1?">h1 Really is it not about time we weie ' looking to somebody besides Mr. j Marto?' to build us a railroad. lilowbards are very goad fellows in their way. but they wont do to depend ou it f t??AOil LV UUKU C? ^ I ttti k uiuvuu. ( South Carolina lias bee.-i most admirably represented at the Augusta Exposition, tier display of the resources of the State was accorded unstinted praise by our friend* across i the Savannah, atui ...

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. — 18 November 1891

UM?aL INTKi.i.I'tEN0E. Wednesday, November 18, : : 1891 >IA1L COLLECTIONS, Letters will be collected from the It-tier boxes at 4 and D p. hi. daily. V*?\v \ 'ilfclltS. Fur Sile? W. K. Aiken. Just Arrived?5. Wolfe, Agent. Clerk's ^ale?11. li. .Jennings, Clerk. Estate of Mrs. G. C. Lvle?, deceased ?C. G. Dan:zler. I ? ca! Ki leiii. ?The policemen look quite swell in their new u si form. ?Th? hue catile ot Messr*. Juo. G. Mobley and J. B. Turner are hard to beat. ?Tl.e post office, until further notice will open at S.30 instead ot 8 o'clock a. in. ?Mr. Fred Turner is buying cotton with Mr. X. .T. Turner at Ketchin & Cat heart's. ?The Aruiory is "itself again."' having- been thoroughly cleaned, and all traces of the Institute removed. - New Crop New Orleans Molasses at Ketchin & Cm heart's. Their adver :nent will U|>;ivh:" i:i our next issue. ?Mr. J. L. Strohecker has resigned j his position with Me Master, Brice & j Ketchin and returned to Charleston. ?The blue-paper ...

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. — 18 November 1891

HEREAFTER. When we are dead, when you and 1 are dead Have rent and tossed aside each earthly fetter And wiped the grave-dust from our wondering eyes, And stand together, fronting the sunrise, i fhint wp sha'i know each other better. Puzzle and pain will lie behind us then: All will be known and all will be forgiven; We shall be glad of every hardness past; Ard not one earthly shadow shall be cast To dim the brightness of the bright new Heaven. And I ihall know, and you as well as I, What was the Hindering th ng our whole lives through, Which kept me always shy. constrained, distressed; Why J, to whom you were the lirst and best, Could never, never be my best with you. Why, loving you as dearly as I did, A';d prizing you above all earthly good. I yet was cold and dull when you were by, And faltered in my speech, or shunned your eye, Unable quite to say the thing 1 would; ily dear Love, when I forward look and think Of all these balliing barriers swept away, Agr.inst which 1 have beat...

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. — 25 November 1891

) VOL. XLVI. WINNSBOKO, S. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1891. NO. 15. THE TABERNACLE PULI'lT DR. TALM/G5. P Ft CACHES ABOUT THE TEVPlE CF DIANA. Continuation *. h? KrooU!) ^ IKvii:?'s Series of Oidciur'.fi or His Ttki*!# in the Kiist? 3Js fothc (.';?> oI Kj>Jirsas L)escr'?>?(f2 '.*i I>er?ti!. Brooklyn. X<>v. l.>.?Dr. Talmaje continued th's yucriit:* his series ofsermon* eatit :c<I, *l*ro:u I he Prramid? to the Acrc';'Ol:?.'? His test was Acss x'x, 34. :s of the Kphcsiaiis." We hav* Isr.ded this morning at Smyrna, a city <A' Asiatic Turkey. One of thesaven churches of As:* >nca stood here. You read in Krvela*ion. "To the church in Smyrna write." It is a city that ha? often ! pen shaken by earthquake, swept bv conflagration, blasted , by plagues and butchered by and | here Bishop Po-'carp stood iu a crowded ] amphitheater ; vi wncn he was asked to j give up the advocacy of the Christian re- i lijion and save .un.seh'from martyrdom, J the procoosul laying, "Swe...

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. — 25 November 1891

r~ ' 'HIE ! NEWS AND IIERALD.j PUBLISHED KVEELY W&DSKXDA Y j -BY? tsewo - and - Herald - Co. j n\ i) )L'GL ASS I ^ Kditors. as. j*. lix y l>, ) xk:;.us x:; advancr:. \eiir. .... S5.50 | Sis .'.iouiti*, .... ,t.? ... | a;: vi:itTL<L\'g ha ca <ii: j >n?i ilo'iar ;i s<iuu?* tor thi* first inser4 u a:nl fil'ty cent.> fjr each MU>se?iuent : .Special :.?a-s ft>i* contract ad-' vertis?-rs. M-irria^o a:i<l death free. Ke^ukir rat-.-s c larked lor obituaries. ' Orders fur Job Won; i-iloited. ! WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, November 25, : : loifl i \Yk publish today a letter from Mr. L. T. Wilds which gives :i very interesting account of the planting, curing and cultivation of tobacco, which crop . has proven very remunerative in some ' sections of the State. What Mr. [ Wilds le'ld our readers today is of special interest just at this time when j fanners are beginning to turn away from cotton in the hope of finding' some crop which will make them more money. Again...

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. — 25 November 1891

. ^ i > (; Wednesday. November 25 : : 1P.P1 MAIL COLLECTIONS, lA:>It*r? vviii In* !t'<>in tl.e 1 t-lt?-r lin.X"* ai 4 p. in., 0 p. !! and 'J p. til. <i; i !v . New A <1 vorti-v in en t-. SlT'iVC-t? ! ?-**f?l 1 I) iv.s T<> ? I> G. Pwiiihr. Something Nice?Ketchiti Cath , C:trt. Elect iu? Notice? t. X. Withers, Clvrk. The I* a <* to Duy ? Macaulay & Turner. Constable's} Sale?I). K. McDowell. Constable. ? N :li '!e*>v gs:!n*;!ii!e ??f tt:?* it. & 1) ri'ln?:r.i i i another 1 <-?>!ui>hi. ? : hri i* ur?- iit'i ?'? !? fi"j?!ica'ioii.s from F.iirfi-M ') >.? ' a-! lo ClemKUI! (Jolh'j/i*. ?Some handsome benches have been received for the waiting room at the i = passenger depot. ? L>?'l> bnnU* will be closed nil dav Thursday. Paper maturing on that day nntbt he anticipated. ------ ^ I- - - " ?% >"* ft t?All ? Major ragan gives iiicuiiBuuauuu that the total rainfall here, Sunday night and Monday morning-, was 1 1-10 | inches. ? Thursd...

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. — 25 November 1891

MY BASY 30Y. It may be that fortune leaves me, It may be that fame deceives me, And that pleasure's f-arly vintage has leaked from my cup of joy; Uut my losses an<i my crosses Aro to me no more than dross is When I rolic, when i frolic with my l'ttle baby boy. It may be that I'm a.-inner With "my chai.ces growing thinner, That the gold within my nature suffers much from base alloy;" But 1 know tliat l'in a mellow; simple-hearted, tender fellow When I romp and play and frolic with my blue-eyed baby boy. It may l>e that I 2row weary Sometimes of the world so dreary, Ai:d that moody meditation may too oft my mind employ; But his merrv eyes beguiling Change my humor into smiling As I practice many an antic with n:y laughing baby boy. When the little follow's dreaming, And the golden cascade's streaming From his head upon my bosom, and he sleeps without annoy", Then I kiss the lips of laughter, 'Ihinking that the great hereatter Will be cheerless if I cannot frolic with my baby boy...

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. — 2 December 1891

I LYOL. XXYL " " WINNSBQRO, & a, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1891. NO. 16. TEE GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE jtl;aJ proTis on be mad?for it: rceui or land next year. la this lion I would urge the necess TIL N*AN GiYEt* AN ACCOUNT OF HIS c^an?e ;u '.e county governmt | tbe mode of assessing property. STEWARC-SniP. \ COUNTY GOVERNMENTS j The office of county co?ti . . 1 should be abolished, and m plac Tk? Condition )b which h? ax: jrovemcsent by tOWnshlDS 5Ub; ? ? .v. - hn'.hns Done ! Thr^fl? in:*.' :ioror?f n-,?n in cor-li ir to improved m.m~His Advice in Re-j elected br the voters thereof, 8l entrusted with the managemei f ^rd to3f?rd?d LeciMidoD. I roads :tad bridges, schools, and Columbia, S.C., Not. 23.-Thc fol-1 ?e?t of property in the sam , , , vrQ. chairmen or these local board: lo?:n? synopsis o!(,.,v lillman S Me, cona[!tulo , b d lfc "S* * ? ? sooi idea of the uocu- count fffi ^ 7 Bent n?d contain it most important | ^ .xpenditares_ XhesalailM. feature--; paid these town?h!p commissioi...

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. — 2 December 1891

TIIE J serious as to prerc "vc\ire \ "\t p\ it rn \ t t\ I *eildencc abioad unt NEWS AND HERALD. L, SUue fiua],_T (tat I cess) had assumed tl: I PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY cated s? earnestly t and he returned to t] In getting through We wo - and - Herald - C@. furnished by Presid ?-u-r-.rw --r-.-- ~r=-T=. .y S*lf With a paSSpOrt. ?v*. $. i)?UGL\S5 ^ by Gen. Dix in Forti _ __ ? Editors. placed there in contii AS. \ 15, ) The exposure he sufl tksuv, i:; ahvance: ' at once a ?s-ond at! when the Federal . vo.-ir. .... .,?.?>? mitteu kis excnanjre : six Mouth*. never ^car arms in .. ? native State lis lov AVyiCflTlSlXfJ HATES, CASH: riving home his lie; I M , { tl bfCftk fllld 111 lSOGllC 4)iu? uuiiar ;i squ-.re fur tlie trs>t iiit.er * it ntiil fifty cents fur c.u-Ij subsequent stroke. Xotwithsta n.-rrtiou .Special rates f;?r contract ad- (j0I1 however. Mr. 1 v<rrtisers. . , . ? - ' -- It.jv-* l?nnn cnr*n th Marria^w ana ileum vmKzsjrce. i.v<r;iUr nit.'s ciarjjM t;?r obituari...

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. — 2 December 1891

^mnT^TTTgr?nirr^iTMnimrani '!' ' ."' \.(if.'1; S ^ '< Highest of all in Leav Wednt'sdav. December 2, : : 18i?l ^ \V ,-;i :>- I Thuruer'* Mi:i.-e Men!?iv.MCit!!t & N >iiw f >r Fin <1 iJ.> lit'g'i ? U. i'. Simrlcjt Executor. j. ^ J-1-11 I ?> j :i ! ' " * VVi'iS ret.; 1 *"|| | ciaimr:] .! :!;! i .' >: iifll'v - Ii.vii e service- was held in all or; w,., k ,r ^ v .;'ulj... ti.c ciurci.cs on Sun Jay. _ j M, {? ; j, tV;s ?Cotton was a few points higher M:<Sie"t> Mr- F Monday than it was on Saturday. . ; y)lllti? ?The \ational Bank sign is a very j . ei'ln |.t smv ' hv..dsome one. Gold letters on a black w , j, , ,j1(.v ... ground | ? -\Vii..?>b.,ru Loa^. Xo.2. li. A. M., -to::v - A l...r will i :.t 7.30 o'clock i :.urs lay , ?- 'ho KCcuhntai buinni?; >u eV, i.intr. J?n:iMu..lm,v.s ch;!,! .:cuite i? ?Tneie will b-? a u;^tii>? ?t' the j Whiie (>:k. ().: fie l'S (;.,un:y M As*?ciaiiou next j ?"?*??' wowm, ivsidii^ 0:1 t ^ Monday. j lion uf Mr. Jt...

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. — 2 December 1891

WHERE WE PLAYED. J "You will gire something', I kr ! "Yes, I hare r.lready sii * ~ "* * * ? i rr^.^ Or &I1 tla? world, tUC C62trOSl spoi, j ?TrontY-TiT6 xci: ivi. Thit> memory fond gi\et< thought to-dav, y.-,u and fivr* for mothci Is one which ne r can be forgot, ! A , n . Where I with others used to play. v ^ Vltclic11 i ! ? My mind oft waaders to it vet; t'10 cr,rr "rs *~"-n rccut.. > And th?n, xs in the days of yore, twitch and she jabbed her fori; I meet with those I there hare met, food viciously. Two or throe And play before the sottage door. passed in perfect silence, th There often, whe* the sun was low, t Mitchell laid her kr.ifo an.! fo And evening shadows ran out iong, drew .n long breath. and said: As westward fast the light would go, "Iliran:. you're- a fool." And night-birds sang their mellow song, { Thc -f((.njb }m(i ] .,., !< rlischar We'd meet in childish glee to play its eiT,vt was wonderful. II The games so oft plaved o er and o er, .t, . . , .. .....

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 9 December 1891

' '1 i ' I ^ VOL. XLVI. WIN NS BOKO. S. ., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 0. 1891. NO. 17. , MERCIES OF THE LORD, j | SERMON BY THE SEV. T. DE WiTT j TALMAflE, SUNDAY, NOV. 29. Oo?l H?s I5**u :o the People I>nr- j ||jL ins tk* Y?ar C ]o*ed by Tha.a?r-sivics j ? 1>?T? Let All tk? CreHtvrei ?f the KjxrHi : r?rai?e ?h? Lord. u Brooklyn, ;S"ov. 29.?Dr.Talmage's ! 11 sermon thi?> morning had a distinctly ! ||| Thaukejivicg character. The appear- I ?1* ance of th? Tabernacle was in keeping j * with it. The doctor's text wat taken ; irom Psal*i cxltiii, 10, 12 and 13, 4kBeasls, and all cattle; creepiojj things j and fljin/ fowl; both jouag men, and ; maidens; old men, and children; let j them praise the name cf the Lore," \?hat a scene it w??s *hen last Thursday, at the cali ol the president and sovemors, this aatioa assembled to chant the praises of God. liui the day was too short to celebrate the divine jjootiness of such a year. The gnu did j not rise over iirookiya entli one minute befor...

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. — 9 December 1891

: 7 i ^ ^ THE ^ pused t inuc a \rn rT vP A T n ! Go,Teru _ ' I i*uuLLiHSJ) to VPSli/' WEDyXSDA Y j ?> Y * s i Thc ^ ;| 1 ; tisaush - iNevvo - and - Herald - Co.! well <1 ?. . .. ?,-rr.- -- J ASSOCU 'V. *9. I>UL"GL VSS, ^ j Justice > Kiiiturs. I doing as..,. DAVis. * state a advance: i 0 | Melver ?r-30 j teirritv Sit Jluuilu, - .70 I . " J r taithfu -- - -- - j culled \ Ai: VEtiTMIXU hat EX, CASH: tying l i:i our ] Our; lioliar a suture for thr first iuser- ! , . > ;i u:ni lii'iy ceists for <?uch subsequent S0UI1?J a-fr::.'?'i .*>prcisl rates for contract ad- elcctioi Vertist-rs. xi Marria^o and death notices free. L le^ular rates caargoil for obituaries. equally Orders for Job Work solicited. .4.? urT\TVCD/M)A c n ! ' ' about t ? tution Wednesday, December 9, : : 18K1 ticiaas r --- ... during Attokney General Poi'E lias been >1X or ' elected as one of the Associate Justices ; ^iem of the Supreme Court. :l Pressl - -ca? conren Hon*. T. S. Bkice has presented a...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 9 December 1891

Miiiirw# ir i .n^rt-pr r rrm\ nrrni i 11 -rr?*~Krrr = , ' *-_-' .! L== | Highest of a -> Wednesday. December 9. : : 15>S1 ! -? i mG^. MAIL COLLECTIONS. ! B ? New A?lv;Ttisc-iJHMit?. pHI | | (Jh?i>i:mhs> <?" (I.-?Mciiu.-t'-T, IJrico j X- K m chin. ^ Exec?uo?V Sale ?David and Paul i Hemphill. Executor-. : ? ?-v-...-. , Chii-linns and Holiday Gi?ods? i Hi v -. Mi Winnsboro l>n:?? Siort?. ! u:sd?*r ihe old p? Xs'i -:i. Ill i?-i h. | | ?Monday was .sales da\. j /' '' :t ut' ?Mr. II. \V. llan than lias accepted j 1 ! " V* / ' ' P ' *' fT 'A a position in the jewelry establishment i !!' 1 of Mr. C. M. Chandler." i,!:i;io" <,!'fhe 1>l ? Found on the street Monday at^Ui- ac ' brass door key. Tj.o owner ob-I " tain it bv applvinij at thi-olllre. j', l!l ?The annonn * ?Iier. !(. i!. Joncc !ihs oern ui- . % t- Mdinsr :lie Jkiinu t! Coherence ut the I ^I,K *st'w> ANI> MctU>di*: i"hui-eli in !>a; lit.^lon. j lJ,at 0,1 ,har ?The Uwv. Mr. Daniels, who lot- ! ^onr...

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. — 9 December 1891

T^.r^Aii?f;TS"w jO;r<e. "" " ' "' ! fOC* i i.< Once a Ouaker went a-wooing. j eept^l 3 (Who should sav fcim "nay")? ; waiiwiu Such a charming Quaker maiden, doir;r th In her gown of gray. s, ,ir.? .jr But whene'er he asked the < mention , _ (Lack a day, a day.') ' ma'u-rs. "With his hand Ids throbbing vest on, to tne bi "Nay," she answered, ''nay!" anil IV* But the pei severing Quaker soi.^iuii To himself did say, "j^ouii Woo 1 will until I make ner, you out Make her answer "yea." a subjec' But "m vain, his suit a-uressiiig which I ("Listen, Kuthie, pray," _ f' Lrged he), while his love confessing. .' Still she answered "ixavl" 1 :u a "Afrai Xiii at iasi, cn<s ?n) yun&u., , ^aT0 not (Lack a day, a day:; i , .. Longing ardently to" shake her, I ^ -No- _E Stole across the iny, I "Louii And unnoted stood beside her, j can char Not a word did say, love vou Though his twinkling eyes deride her, (lj(t u'r (>T In her gown of gray," j ' j} Suddenly he cried and clearly pa...

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 December 1891

1 _ VOL. XLVL WINN:SBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1891. NO. 18. | - ? ? - . TM>: LEGISLATURE. ? " ; The .i; ,THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY GOES TO } sj,a^ I;e ; k - WORK WITH A WILL. | Industri; s|?k j 11 jpajak, " j compose g||k Vfh?# Sag I>o?? in Hath Flo* iv-1-*? j tp&v 5?vtra! la-yortri - t C12!* Vot*?t I'yort it^d i HICI! Ot t I tfVS 02 j?j?Kiir?:<i. utlic-eis.s main obj P^ukbia. S. i\t Dec. 8.?Tuesday 1. jog ^^Ic> dav in t:iP House ior the cation as H^n.rv aii the discussion - slim. . ohy, tTj Mr. vV^ttss oil! to taping, r smeod t-he law in relation to aolorneys' j sewing, fees it. equity cases was the subject of! oeedle w * ! cj'jp!] rtf' . ?.^?t discussion, into which Mr. Har- h.,V", \? -? ^ v ! bUIicl?.-ic risen was tne oniy memocr, ouisiue ui j.}i - , iho legal profession, who had courage ?5,'^ to Tit<?r. Mr. E. (iarr, in behalf of the Jv.uicir?ry Committee, which ported ^,V\.ue unfavorably vpon the measure, stuted that that committee was nc-t backward 1, ...

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 December 1891

IB 111 i - !! ! >? ? ??IWIW? TIIE j Goyeuxor Tillman ? -v^r\ rTpn * t i coulu to prevent the I\ h\\ >> AN D HERALD. | liegr0 wfao kiIled v< - " . r P ? j sod el" the baerin 01 u PUBLISHED UVERY WEDNESDAY] I- is hard that, after tl _ ! asserted that be won! j in Souih Carolina, tl t\e vVo - and - Herald - Co. j during his administra ill blS OW11 COUIltV. w. a. boi'GLVfcs i ;C!li-v remedy, will / Editors. ; people shall be cdu A.S. DAVIS, ) j p0jnt when f-uch la\r i crushed bv jniLlic TKIOIS, IX ADVAXCK: ,' . , ' ' had hoped that we l le:ir- " ?i.?o p.i: where n? claim iis Mouthy .... ,~r> . for the justification 01 .u. for the commission of AD VEtLTlSlSG RATES, CASH: j is not necessaiy to ?* ; field incident shows tl *Jne dollar a square for the first iuser-;. ,i., *n and lift}* cents fur each subsequent k? pioroked by _n.serti??n .Special rates fur contract ad- other crimes. Vertisers. ; m ?< Marriage and death notices//**?. j Wp have dra^^ed I Ui'jjular rates ctia...

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. — 16 December 1891

- * Hf ( n'. r. in Lr'iV^i 11 IJu/tt as we g? to press we learn tliat ~ ~ the time for the payment of taxes hiR a?'d ?' " ?:i*'Ca :>. >:). b ?en extended- hf*rs*n train no. 1(1, ?Mr. E. B. Kagsdale lias been very ,im> ;it <2.20 a. in. uuwcll f*r several days past, aad has mail fsr;;::i, s wj,: b??n coatiaed to iii bed. thoroughly sppieciai< ? The W. ('. T. U. will have an ;w xvi11 L?t the efforts o\ s:er *upjn:r in t lie dining room of the Eifiesto'i. .Mi wails Winusbaro Hotel next Friday tvcninu s.linv. t,mir,y p. m. at 7 o'clock. ?Postmaster Eglefcton was for ser- Children Cr.V for Pi era! days last week confined to his beet. | hut we are glad to say that he is now j L*NCLA1,ItJ> Ll;rr,;i. much better. is a !i,t of r!io hute, -The friends of Lieut. I). I). Gad- d:t5ulC(] i;1 th); ])(j lard will be glad to know that the wwk 1)oc,mb latest account of his condition was M r . r -mi. J^Ol!I> LitlV, . very favorable. Mr. Tom Mack. -Mr. Thos. \V. Robertson will Perso...

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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