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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 2 August 1893

1 ?* - - - fw.'jj.usm.'." ?.. .JU THE NEWS AND HERALD. | v r- r rvrrrsn is v w i? r ur w n v v< n A V ? O D* lj l s? kl J J j/ l J r i j is. * r> . I T>V H NKWS AXDJIER A LD COMPANY, j __ ... I TKKHS, IS ADVANCE: One 1 car. ... - SI.50 Six Months. .... .75 MA' VEltTLiJXU HATES, CASH: On". do'.lat a square for the first insertion ; ami Fifty Certs for each subsequnt inser tion. Special rates for contract adver- j t '.Sv'rs. Mania^e and death notices free. Regu- j lar rates char-red for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. Ail iuioir.css communications should be addressed t"> 1\ (i Dwijrht. All communications fur publication should ]?. addressed to V,\ D. Douglass. This newspaper is i.ot responsible for opinions Hi"! views oxpiesscd anywhere ;?!>* than in the editorial eoiuTii. Ail articles lor publication must be accompanied by the true name of the author and written * in rcspeetful langus ge and written on one side of the paj*er 'Inetrue agme required as an e\id...

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 August 1893

> I ' 1 ~m!7ZmJUL^SSmm^>itif mu'i ^ti'aVmCmkdBmjrnd i/'J-'J-i L L\ i hiiii.^TKM/E 10 Wednesday, August 'J. : : lo'yn K MAIL COLLECTIONS, SB? Letters will be collectcd from the I i'-tter boxes at 11.25 a in., 5.20 p. in., I and 9 p. ?n. daily. Sew Advertisements. Chicago?W. E. A'ken. Iced Tea?McMastrr ?.V: Co. Furiuin University?C. Mai.ly,D.I). E?u?f^ies a!id Wajfors ? \V. II. Doty ?- fn ^ Salem Female Academy?John II. Clewell, Princip;.!. j UVff-.id '*<? !? of ? Ja^. II. Carlisle, ! LL. IX, I'r? >i.Ieiii. j Local ! * i f ?OLl i>a;> -i s sold at this office. 100 for 2.} cents. ?ili>> Edna Homed v is quite ill of typhoid fever. . . ?Passengers on the north-bound train Monday afternoon report a very ' heavy rainfall in and around Ridgeway. ' '' 1 o -fn'l ?JJOty iV \ o. n;i\c in jiwn line of wagons und buggies which they will sell cheap for cash. Call on them before making a selection. . * ?Uncle Ileinas up to date?BrVr Iiabbit (bV.rley) is "lamming" the tar I ba...

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 August 1893

ANOTHER Sl'ICY "lETTi-I!. CAPT- JA?. H- TILLM-'N o 5G-;Jr.Or-iii\u ARFAIGNMENT CF 5-t NATO" 'nBYC2?Jm* i li ?t Itbr sut ?} ? tra(?(!of k Tt-lffirsm Acatmt Il>!? !r*:ru<:ioT'>? Tillman AU> IV j-* II :s A'!*rtitMi *<> Dr. Pope, cf Newberry.! C'OLOlIilA. S. C\. Jul\ 27.?-1 lit* <ollowing isO.pt. J. If. Tillman's letur regarding the par; hephiytd ii; the now famous Cradiiock Itt'er: Owing to ihest-ricu- cf Mr. GtJiespie and :t r,eces*arv tr :> t \W>birgtcn this statem* ut has ix*v tn.avoUaUy dt-laj*d several ..'ay*. There are m.ir.y r^s->i?s I:v I - gr<-t beiDg drawn j'mo til** c*oi Tr svcrsy between S< n*t r I; by ar.d Ger.-ral F. I : Both have been frit < f mice and in the capacity of ne-Aj j :>.?t r c-.-rr> spurulent I have ntver hesitate;.] io to them courtesies in testes. But Senator Irty in h s idler printed throughout ti-.? "ya'e on .Tv. y l4fh did me a gross i: justice vv.-ntoniy irnpo^d upon the pie smf. relations which; have ht-re*....

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. — 2 August 1893

News aM Herald. SUPPLEMENT REMINISCENCES OF THE WAR, As Recorded Day by Day ih tlie Diary of Dr. James Iionlware?Continued. Something- of the most interesting bits of history are found in the private diaries of old soldiers, who dotted dawn at odd moments the happenings of the day. The facts contained in them are reliable because they are recorded when they are fresh in the mind. We publish below some extracts from the diary j>f Dr. James Boulware: April 17th and 10th, 1SC2. Thursday wc left our camp three miles from Richmond aud had a warm, dusty road to the city. We marched through the city direct to Itockets Landing and embarked for the Peninsular on board the Steamer "Curtis Peck" at half-past 11 o'clock a. m. and landed at King's Landing at C p. m., having travelled about eighty miles? had quite a smooth ride, though much crowded. Nothing of interest was observed except some fine looking residences, &c. We marched six *? AV^i. A%>,1 I inilUS mat ui^uu anu nugu HJV sto...

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 August 1893

VOL. XLVIL WIXXSBOIIO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 0, 1893. KO. 52. THE SILVER MEN FORMALLY ENUNCIATE THEIR DE-1 MANDS IM CONVENTION. The Shf?i 111 rto Law Must N??t lie Kei>(*al?t<l I Except by Act KfNtorirjr Fiep Coinage J ?CteveSanc! "CusMs??<i Out'* l?y Snme of J the Chicago. August 2.?There was lit tie delay in calling: to order the second day's session of i he silver convention, and it is whispered among tne delegates that there has been trouble in securing funds for a continuance of the convention. As soon as ( hairman Thurman called the body to order this tnor^iig, J.S. Dougherty, of Texas, in a voice that could be heard to the roof, move! that the roll of States be called for appoint meet of a committee to d-.-vise a plan ana consider ways and means l^r impressing upon Congress the ruin and peril now threatening all our national interests by the demont-tiz I'ioa of silver. He claimed that the proceedings of the convention were not b^ing fully reported to the country, ...

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. — 9 August 1893

o?fltmaMBmao a ? tiie NEWS AND HERALD. i u f-:> 1 i ^ it u~ >a a* v PUT WK f) VAN DAT I -?\'? NK\VS .IXD.HER> LD COMPANY. j TEIiHS, IK ADVANCE: One V?;ir. ... . $1.50 j S x .... .T."? ! " .1VSR Tl.<lXG AM 7"A>. C'.-l.S//; i <>:i^ ilullai a square for the first insertion j and Filtv U?:*U for each subsequnt inser- ! Moii. Special rates fcr contract adver- i tisv'r.v Ma: tinge :ir;rl death notices free. Kegu- j lar iat<-s charged for obituaries. Orders for Job V.'ork solicited. Ail business communications should be a Mress. 'J ta IV (r L'wi/Jit. .VI! comrmtuicntiorss for publication should b a:iires:;-'.l :? \\\ D.Douglass. This newspaper l- not responsible for opii.io'.'s a:".i views cxpiessed anywhere ^!:>e iu the editorial coluxn. Aii arl'des for publication must be acr^mpanlvd by the true name of the au.ho: ami * written in rcspectful language and written o i otieside of the paj er 'lite true name required as an evidence of good faith. WINNSBORO, S. C. W...

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 August 1893

i/{' \i- I-MKiJJGEXOKWctlnes hiy. August 9, ; : : 1893 MAIL COLLKCTIONS. ^ .. Letter.* wi!] be collected 1'roui the jfy J.Iter boxes at 11.2.0 :i in., .0.20 p. in., *nd 9 p. ?u. daily. ^ Sew Advertisements. Don't Miss Ii ? Winnsboru Ding Store. Coa!?J. C. Caldwell. South Carolina College?Jas. Wood- J row. i C i\,n?<ro Mrs. I Vile >? f5i remain | L. M. B ?!iin-rt Principal. SuoiruiMis?McDonald, Daugla*s & ! Ooear, I'laimiff's Attorneys. . ocal l I? ?Alth >ugh wc were unfortunately not at home, we appreciate the kindness of the ladies of the Baptist Church in sending to our office some of the ic-% cream which was being served ^ Thursday afternoon. ?It i* a gratifying fact that the railroads all over the country are rapidly cutting1 their World's Fair :;'.tes. This action on their pari will no doubt have the eflcct of increasing very materially the number of Fair visitors. ?Farwcrs all around Winnsboro say they have had if anything too much rain during the past few days. r...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 9 August 1893

1 >.V\ Of I) vvs. One day of days my ]<>\vr r-ann", And lip's and c'hwk-; were a!l ati ini<; I With maiden Diusiies, neaui ms evr?; i l/yve ail >wering love in sw?-ct replies, That 'lay of all days! | Then <iays of days, a little Was nested in his cradle -bed; Dowin<; above, we wondered why v uch joys was ?iv?*n to you nn' I i. Glad days of d Ere many days of days, r>ur?jirls Wore lover's knots auion<r their curls; Our boys had growu to stalwart men; And we alone, were once again, Sad days of dayi! Now, day of days, we s;t besiib? Just you and I?the fireside. Please (iod! mav there be aiway t--o; Vou, dear forme, and I, for you. Each ?iay of days. When day of days, a silewe o'er tired eyes d<>th gently creep; "Together," may the '-hildren say, "Father and mother went away," < iod's day of days ! TTi Fl'klC K UF SUCC KSS. There was a din of carpenter'^ toois and the rasping of a pair.tor's scraper ?>:i j the Wist vviasj of the house when Mrs. | ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 16 August 1893

r r ~VQL7XLVIIT. WINNSBOJRO, S. C, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1893. ? - L WANTS A SILVER BASTS 1 mr. l. w. youmans'i id?as cf na tional Finance. He Believe* Silver t ? t>? h More Correct j Standard of Valu?* than Gold, and | Therefore I>eHir*K to C. in.? Evet.tasilly j to a SHver IUhIh. To the Editor of the Xe vs and (Jour- j iei: In resDon<!in!? 10 your eunwai ui July 15 you say that I took up the statement in queslion without any reference to wbat had preceded it. I have carefully read your editoral alluded to and still think that I noted the only two prominent propositions in it, to wis: That you favored the tree mintage of silver, provided that a gold dollar's worth, ot bullion should be coined in the silver dollar and that the farmer, by the; frte coinage ot silver, would lose in the disposal ( his crop the dfl'crence between the commodity value of sroldanda silver dollar. In your editoral of July 31 you say: "We stated thai the farmer who received as a dollar a silver coin...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 16 August 1893

tiie NEWS AND HERALD. PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY ?BY? NEWS AND.HEPJ LD COMPANY. IX ADVANCE: Ou? l car. ... - SI..>0 Sis JlohtliSi .... .75 Vh'.UTISiy'J AM2'Kb, UAbll: Our- doila: a square for the first insertion a:j'l Fifty (.Vr-ts for i-ach subsequnt insertion. Special rates for contract adver-1 t'.sors. Maiiia^o a-:-! de.it;: notices free, lingular ratvs charged for obituaries. Oai? is fw Job Work solicited. Ail business communications should be a ddioS'i'.-J t ; D. (t Li\vi;'ht. All Co::i::iu!!;:\:tio!)s for publication should be ad'hfsi-eu to v.\ I). Douslass. Tl:i> newspaper Is not responsible for " i-viMNv-ii ivnvwlK'ie "i"1 - " ? I? . eiv.* sir-ui :n t!:** <di??>m: co!u jmi. Ail articles I'.ir i>ubIic;;tioji must be accompanied !>y t::o irue name uf the author ! ami written in r>jiectful lan^rufge and ! written on one side, of the paper 'i ue true ttame reMiiiivdasan evidence of good faith. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday. August 10. : : : 18S3 , Tiik majority ...

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 August 1893

..n?- W. iXTKLLlfJSNCR Wednesday. August J 0. : : : 189? MAIL COLLECTIONS. Letter? will be collected from the 1-trer boxes at 11.25 a m., 5.20 p. iv.: and 9 i?. us. daily. New Atl vertUenient*. Groceries - F. W. llabeniclit. Saturday, August 12-J. M. itealy & Bro. Suiimons??Ji*. U-. MC'^ams, naiutiff's Attorney. niajks;?rk High School ?A. K. Stra.le, Principal. Notice tj lio:ul Overseers ?li. G. Teimant, Cliin. Bd. Co. Com. , ocul * *>? t?Surreys, buggies and carts for sale cheap f>r ca?h er good paper. " J. O. Co.v<: ?Mr. S. D. iJami's friends will be pleased i<> kno.v that lie is steadily improving. _\ir w Yf Harden and familr have mtved into town, and occupies Mr. Ii. P. Lntapkii:*s residence on Congres* Ijtrect. ?The attention of our readers is called in the advertisement ot the Blackstock High School which is to be ululer tlie management of Prof. A E. Sin de, an able teacher. ?Bill Xye made the dispensary business one of thepics for discussion in his latest l...

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 August 1893

OLD TOILS KhUAlLUJ. ; DR. TALMAGE OEUVEPS A DISCOURSE > ON REMINISCENCE. I t If. r* Api?rr>5?r|SoincMmes to Cant* ui - j 1 p'ltn th* I'unormin c.f Our Livee In :i j Splrlt?f(;rnli'nil(>!(>(!.vl ForHii I51w i J C ins*. I Brooklyn*. Aul\ C.?ilev. Dr. Taimajje has chosen us the- to; <c 'or today a panorama o! reminiscences appropriate t to the season, the text ^elccted bemir < Psalm xxxix, S. "While 1 was mu>:n;r the lire burned." 11 Here is David, the psalmist. with the forefinger of his :,:ht hand a_r>.:Rf:t ii:s I j temple, the door shut :?eain>L the world, 11 engaged in co;>templ Uion. And :t I \ would be well lor us 10 uik<? :!h-. same j posture otti o. clesiuir the door airamsl < the world, while we sit down in sweet 1 solitude to contemplate. * In a small island oil the coast 1 once passed a Sabbath in deli^hilul solitude, j or I had resolved that I would have one ! day ot entire quiet b< f^re I entered upon , autumnal work. 1 thought to ha...

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. — 15 November 1893

LVIII. W1NNSB0R0, S. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1893. NO. 14. B SWAMPED UNDER | RECTICNS. p?rs?<y, Masxat hus-ttp, rveral 0.h?r States All ?Virginia Siacds'Trne ov. 8?The election State resulted in a sweep, that party State candidates and risiatures. The Lest* 3: Republican senac senators 14;Repubi 74; Democratic aspublican majority in ie hous-> 20; on joint ballot 24. .Palmer, Republican, for sec| retary of state, has a plurality ot'about k 15.000 over Aleyer, Democrat, while fc Bartlett, Reoublicar, for the court of r appeal?, ha plurality of about 25,000 A-*"- nary?Ar?r.it UVCJL Jfliu, jucuvvi^V. The campaign was one of the most v peculiar in the history of the state, and ] it is safe to say that the Democratic L managers are not more surprised at the lesult than the Republicans. The gj dominant issue in all portions of the K- State bad be^n riD? rule, and the Republicans in2sew York city, Brooklyn, rak' Albany and Buffalo have been ably asnL^psted by the organized efforts...

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. — 15 November 1893

THE NEWS AND HERALD. P t .2 LI e SIM K YEIl T WEDXK8DA Y -BY- | SliWS AXD.HERJ LD COMPANY, j TKK.HS, Io ADVAXCE: Ojo \car ... . SI.50 j Six Month*, .... .75 I AH vxienx;x<; RAT Eh. OAS 11: Oil'* >iollat a square for the first insertion and Fifty Ce; ts ror euca subsequnt insertion. .Special rates for contract advertisers. Mania^e and death notices free. Kt-fjular ratv-s charred for obituaries. (fur .!(>!> Work solicited. All bnsi!?c:.< communications should be a ddresaed to D. G Dwiyht. All communications for publication should be addressed to \V. I)! Douulass. This newspaper i.> not responsible for 9pinions and views expressed anywhere eKe than in the editorial coin., n. Alt articles for publication must be accompanied by the line name of the author and written in r.spectful language and written on cneside of the pa; er The true name required as :ui evidence of yood faith VVINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, Xovembor 15, 1893 The Legislature will meet soon. We have no sug...

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. — 15 November 1893

15. V": 1 COLLECTIONS^ H|be collected from the S&1.25 a. m., 5.20 p. in. B8lpt*. Bf 1S9S. Br. u. Jennings, Cle; k. f?? It. E. Ellison, S.F.C. By Along?A. WilJiford & B Bargains?Q. D. WilliB*editors ?II. S. Wylie, Eitary Institute?D. S. 9 Bd. Directors. Sbita4.e to say that Q. D. is the place to get the f shoes. * the Fair were surprised line of exhibit?, and Itnall crowd to lack of pell as to hard times. e has just received ladies' hats, which will es to suit the hard times. * Hi ready some talk of the Tear ball given by the B at this place. No deHps vet been taken howBt political upheaval and Bel age up North has not done on a large *ca!e y?.t, and will not j b?, EMtii the success or non-success of j the experiment is proven. ?>Fer ft-esb grocerie?, read the ad- J l? vertisement of A. Williford & Co. in this morning's issue. They also have a full line of saddles, bridles and harness, which they are selling cheap for cash. ?In consequence of the illness of Prof. Withe...

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. — 15 November 1893

0^ DEFENDS HIS ACTION. SENATOR SUTLER GIVES HIS REACOD VOTISin AQ HP DID. ovug i vt i ? v i >* ? .N. ? Soma Inside Facts on the Repeal of the Purchasing Clause cf the Sherman ActHe Shows Who Were the Obstructionists, Columbia, S. C., Nov. 3.?Special: Tbe following letter from Senator Butler to a personal triend is made public1 at tie re quest o: the Senator himself: Washington, D. C\, Oct. 29. My Dear Sir: I tiave received your letter in which you refer to some of mv Irieuds not understanding my position in the late debate, more from an emission ol the facts oy certain nswapspcio wau from their published statements. If anything was needed to icstify those of us who have tafien position in opposition to the unconditional repeal or the "Sherman Act"?that is. repeal unaccompanied by some compensating provision t? prevent the undue contraction of the currency?it is to be found in Ue aduission of Senators Sherman and Gorman in debate in the Senate on the 25th instaat. The former was 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. — 3 January 1894

VOL XLVIIL WIXXSBOKO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1894. XQ, 21. A'EW DlbPENSAKT LAW. MANY CHANGES HAVE BEEN MADE !N THE ACT. The Law Strt r?iher?"d Mamy I'oiLts? Its Methe* Will he Hard :o Get Through? tProv.'son for E-tabl'shliig Xrw Dispen?uri or. k ? * -4 '? r\?,.tn.A +'.>q 1 om in T?nfpr. J3b.il LU ^ uuv xjai* *** A*V*V* ence to and Further Kegulate tiie l/ee, Sale, Consumption, Transportation and Disposition of Alcoholic Liquids or Liquors VV ithio the State of South Carolina, and to Police the Same. Section 1. Beit enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Soutu Carolina, now met and sitting in General Assembly, aud by the authority cf the same: That the manufacture, sale, barter or exchange, re. ceipt, acceptance, delivery, storing and keeping in possession, within this State, of any spirituous, malt, vinous, fermented, brewed (whether lager or rice beer) or otbec liquors or any compound mixture thereof, by whatever name BflAtted or known, which c...

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 January 1894

THE NEWS AND HERALD. I PVSUzRED EVERY WEDNESDAY -1ST *J5WS A XI) HER.* LD COMPANY. Olir Vr; r. - - - SI.j \ .... .75 . i , : W"j I i i .... . ? ** > S )ii) v' ). S. L. \Vethies !;i\. January 3 . : : liJ-.-i ; Begix the new year right, liesolve j to do right, each succeeding day, and j do it, and \ou will soon find that you ! have done r.ght the whole year. imo ? The hard times will act ,hs :i good schooling. Times can't get much harder, and if they do, we sliaii be the bettor prepared to endure thiin for j having passed through these, lieally. j there is some consolation in this. We hope that Governor Mitchell will succeed in stopping the brutes from lighting in Florida. It seems that the taste? or men now-a-days ot'gki to be above the Barbarian, with*" -? ' out the law; but if we have to force decent tastes by law, let it be done. ii u\f,[i r ? The Xew Year. The new \ear is now begun, and i C> 1 many of ti- u lid find the time fur in- i da:j:it!ir rtfit;i:ii:>n.s turn our ...

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 January 1894

[ I / J&te* LNTKLLtiirj:N(Ja. Wednesday. January 3. : : : 1394 MAIL COLLKCTONS, Lexers will be collected from the ^ Mter boxes at 11.25 a. m., 5.2? p. m., ^ and 9 p. m. daily. JCew AdvertIteiueutv Seasonable Good*?F.VV.IIabenicht. Notice of Dissolution?McDonald, Doogla*s & Obear. Letters of Administration?3. R. Johnston, Judge of Probate. i ucal i-r* ?Remember to date your letters 1894. ?Tfcvorv dav was Christmas eve or New Year's dar, the dispensary would be a thriving institution. ?The gross receipts at tlie Winnsboro p&stoffice for the year ending Ja:ie30?h. 1393, were $2,450. ?The News and Herald has received a copy of Gen. Hampton's first report as Railroad Commissioner. ?Henry Chappell, the colored man who was so badly hurt by William Cordes some time ago, has almost entirely recovered from his injuries. ?The number of cases of grippe has not been decreased by the warm, damp weather we have been having lately. The disease has evidently come for a protracted stay wi...

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 January 1894

A LETrER 70" HAMPTON.! MESSERS- EVANS AND STCKES ANSWERS THE GENERAL'S LASTThf y Cialtu that Mcst cf the Ai]tau<e I>d macdit &r?j Kn<lor**tl i>y a .?i?j>r:iy n xh? Demccra?K in C??r?ret?8 *?i<i Atikf Further Hon. Wade II?.mpton5 J). C. Dear Sir: Your letter addressed to as and published in The State and Register ot the 9ih instant tias had our carelul attention, and candor compels us io say that as a reply '.o the questions we propounded it isa^reat disappointment, it will prove a disappointment to the great organization of farmers we represent, whom \cu attempted to read out of the Democratic parly. Ii wilt prove a 2rievcu3 disappointment to the ^reat mass ot our people who honestly believe that the principles underlying the Ooaia platform are identical with the Pemcc j racy of Jeflerson aDd the party he rcunded; yet, moved by memories of fast association and coniidt-nce, were willing even to hold conviction itself in abeyance until the man they had trusted in...

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