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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 14 February 1894

' V "i-j2?S| VOL. XLVIIL WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1894. NO. 27. THE WELLFORD TRAGEDY AN OFFICIALS!ATEMENTFRCM CHIEF CONSTABLE FAN7. He Makes Oa? Apparently a Clear Case of Self-Defense?The Whole Story of the Shooting a? 7uM Hvfoe Tie Co*ore.'e Jury. Columbia, s. C., Feb. 8?Governor Willman received yesterday the following statement from Chief Constable Fant in reference to the Wellford toagedv: "It hau been reported to me for the last two weeks by different parties that a crowd of" men i'rom Glassy Mountain had established themselves at a trestle, nine miles from this place, and were seilin^ whiskey to anybody who would buy,openly defyiugthe law, and swearing that thej would not be arrested and that any officer who at tempted it would bite trie aust. Having obtained sufficient evidence to convict these parties of selling whiskey, warrants were sworn out against live of them and placed in the hands of the Sheriff. His deputy summoned me and my constables ts a posse a...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 14 February 1894

T HE NEWS AND HERALD. Pb'SLIoEED EVERY WEDNESDAY ?BY?H tfSTrs A\n/ffF,Tm/n rovPANY. TERMS, IX ADTAXCE : One Year, ... SI.50 Six Months, .... .75 AL VERT I SING RATES, CASH: One dollar a square for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each subsequnt insertion. Special rates for contract advert isors. Marriage and death notices free. Keguiar rates charged for oDituaries. Orders J'or Job Work solicited. This newspaper is not responsible for o pinions and views expiessed '.anywhere else than in the editorial column. All articles for publication must be accompanied by tbe true name of the auth?r and written" in rcspectful language and written on one side of the paper The true aame required as an evidence of good faith All couimunicatsons?editorial, business or local?should be addressed to The News axd Herald Co. W. D. Douglass, Editor. Tic n Divts rncinaca Manncrpr W. J^Eli-iott, Local Manager. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, February 14-. : : : 18y4. Will no section organize a new prize ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 14 February 1894

g? iA)OAL intelligence. Wednesday. February li. : : : 18S4 MAIL COLLECTIONS. Letters will be collected from the letter boxes at 11.10 a. m. and 9 p. m. goiag sontb, and 9.59 p. m. and 9 p. m. going north Jfew Advertisement*. Valentines?McMasterJb Co. I Notice?D. A. Broom, Agent. High Prices?J. L. Miranaugh. j rwt's Sale?R. II. Jennings, Clerk. | Boarders Wanted?Mr*.W.J.Elliott, j Exchange Stables ? A. Williford,) Agent. A Warning-li. W. Ra?sd*le, Assignee. Assignee's Sale?G. W. Crofr, Assignee of Mellichamp & Co. Local Urj(>f4 ?Doty & Co. are preparing to rebuild their stables. ?Kev. W. W. Entzminger has taken charge cf the Bear Creek school. I ?Mr. J. F. McMaster has purchased the stock of groceries, &o., of A. Williford & Co. ?Mr. J. L. Mimuaugh has purchased the stock o!'g?od? of Q. I). Williford & Co. at Ridgeway. ?Rev. Douglass Hariison and Rev. W. K. Boggs are preachiDg in the Mossy Dale section. ?YV. L. Holley has beeu appointed postmaster at Alston vic...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 14 February 1894

AT THE TABLKNACLF. j REV. bR TALMAGE PREACHES ON A j ViSION OF HEAVEN. 4 The Eloquent Pres*ch;r Sp'-fck't 01 Impreu- J sloas of Heavan?What lie Saw Jn a I>reani?A Glowing Dei-crlptlou?The L?880d and the Exportation. Brcxklyn. Feb. 4.?Ia the Brooklyn Tabernacle thi3 forenoon the hymns, the Scripture lesson and the prayers, as well as the sermon, were about the future world more than about this world. liev Dr. Talmage took for his subject "A Vision ot Heaven," the text being Ezekiel i,l, "Now it came to passa3 I was among the captives by the river of Che'oar that the heavens were opened, and I saw visions of God." Expatriated and in far exile on the banks of the river Chebar, an affluent of the Euphrates, sat EzskieL It was there he had an immortal dream, and it is given to us in the Holy Scriptures. He dreamed oi Tyre and E?vpi. He dreamed of Christ and the coming heaven This exile seated by that river Chebar had a more wonderful dream than vou or I ever have had or ever will have...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 21 February 1894

VOL. XLVIII. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1894. NO. 28. i WJsBEtt'S WRONG-DOING." k p WHILE SCHOOL COMMISSIONER OF | CHARLESTON COUNTY H* Forced miicT D-faci tC?A Llfa of Macb Premise B;kt ed-Xfcc Snp*rltt rdent <t Kdocai-i/d D?mii|cg 11^ p-?r:?Tfce Araonct o! Shf r.82e. Columbia, S. C, Feb. 15.?Last summer Mr. John L. Wt-ber of Charleston. csj>. wbo had betn fc'virgin that city for M^maoy years, engaged ia editorial worK ^ r V/.ITO ?r>/* f>r%i riur iaQ ! P^LL lac auu v/w*v* ? -??.v , Kb a cbair in Trinity College, North i l.'arolina. He nsigntd Ms position asI cchool commissioner of Charleston County and bis position on the News and Courier ana left Charleston standiDg high in the estimation of ail the people of ttat city. He was known to the world as a high toned, honorable ?gg|^^M^"itjyateci man. He was well South Carolina and every one was sorry to see him leave, ^ though all were gldd to know of his rise in life. It did not take long, however, for the t...

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. — 21 February 1894

THE NEWS AND HERALD. P&3LISBBB EVERT WEDNESDAY -BT-3 KETTS AXDiHER J LD COMPANY. TKRMS, IX ADVAXCK: One Year. - SI.50 j Six.Mouthy, .... .75 J AB VEIiTISING RATES. CASH: Oi;? dollar a square for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each subseqant inser ?1011. special rates iOi cuuuak;ii auru- i t isors. Mairiage and death notices free. Regular rates charged for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. This newspaper is not responsible for ? pinions and views expressed ;anywhere else than in the editorial co'uinn. All articles for publica.. must be accompanied by the irue nauu of the &uth?r and written in rcspectful language and written on one side of the paper Trie true aame required as an evidence of good faith All communicatsons?editorial, business or local?should be addressed to The News and Herald Co. W. D Douglass, Editor. Jas. Q. Davis, Business Manager. W. J. Elliott, Local Editor. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, February 21. : : : 18H General Gordon will lectHre on ...

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. — 21 February 1894

ar- ? ^HJAL INTELLKtENCE. We?ines3ay. February 21. : : : 18*4, MAIL COLLKCTION-'. Letters tviii be collected froia the isj-f-T boxes at 11.10 a. hi. und 9 p. m. . going sonth, and Z.H9 p. ui. aim " p. m. going north Sew Adv?rtlMi??Hti>. A Bargain?W. J. E;l:ott. />..?-!?? Xr (yn Vi J wv ^^ . . Charleston Business College. For Sale Cheap?News and Herald Co. Auditor's Notice?J. L. Richmond, j Auditor. Fiaal Discharge?II. S. Wylie, Ad raiuistrator. For Sale at a Sacrifice ? A. Y. Milling;, Winnsboro, 6. C. ?cal J"; : r% ?The Clemson boys have a!i left! for fchool. ?We learn that the dances have ceas d around Whi e Oak. ? W. B. llogan, of Ridge way, has been appointed Notary Public. ?As a result of the last pensien examination Mr. 11. S. F. Gibson was graLted a pension. ?Mr. W. F. Jackson has been reappointed Supervisor of Registration j for 'his county. He has held this position for several years and given general satisfaction. ?Mr. J. M. Boyd and Mr. T. E. James, who are travelin...

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. — 21 February 1894

AT THE TABERNACLE. REV. DR. TALMAGE PREACHES UPON THE WORTH OF RELIGIONAn Interesting aLd Eiciaent Sermon From Ctro Words ol Solomon?"WJedom Is Bstcer Than Kubiei>"?The True Christian Spirit. Bkocklyx, Feb. II.?In the Tabernacle this fjrenoon Rev. Dr. Taimase preached to a crowded audience that filled the yreat building lo overflowing, tfce subject of bis sermon being 'Rubles Surpassed," and the text Proverbs viil, 11, '"Wiyf'im is better than rubies." You have all seen the precious stone commoi-ly called the rubv. It is of dead red color- The B.ble makes much oi u. It glowed in the first row of the high priest's breastplate. U^der another name it stood in the wall of heaven. Jeremiah compares the. ru^dy cheek of the Nf-Zarites to the rubv. Ezcklel poin's it out in the robes of the kiCir of Tyre. Four (times does jjoioojon use It as a dymboi by *Lic't ' > exiol wisdom or religion, always sen.-ug its value as Detter than rubies. The world does cot a^ree as to how the precious s...

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. — 28 February 1894

- "v ' ' " ' ' YOL. XLYIII WXXXSBOKO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRX7A11Y 28, 1894. NO. 29. ? ? ; ' - > <h,,Wr wroc mutntd I 1TTTV?TYCI A fiTTfiPTT\T. | it should not fritter away its time on j THIS WAa IN BOSTON- f TfJf)]"KPEN'SA RY HE LOST HIS NAME. \ It * queer case cf a man in an atl- n* tahorpital. trylx3? lor dij* ?o iceiccmbtr who h? wat?ilfl cou'd krcol'ect hi* >"ri?ndf. but xor hig own perscr 8l:fy. Atlanta, Feb. 22.?Dr. Ilale's "Man Without a Country" was cot half so bereft as the unforfunate individual at the Grady hospital without either a name or a past. ' Name, pas', friends, horn^, ev-n con - ? > inof iri ;hc wropt hj> fc 5GIt?Ui;t\ yvcit; .uoi in mv : awoke in a hcspi^a! ward with a new mind, through which vague, imperfect, ghostly, framentary visions were ilit ting in confusiDg disorder. These ghostly figures se-?med familiar and the lost man, the stranger to bimself, clung to these tern shreds as the shadows of his past. Out of i?, all he has eagerly tried ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 28 February 1894

THE NEVfS AND HERALD. PUSLItiH'EB EVERT WEDNESDAY -1Y-3 KSTfSAxWERiLD COMPANY. TKRMS.'IX ABTANCE : One Year, - - - SI.50 Six Moaths, - .75 _4? VERTIS1NG RATES, CASH: One dollar a square for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each subsequnt insertion. Special rates for contract advertisers. Marriage and death notices free. Regular rates charged for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. This newspaper is not responsible for opinious acd views expressed ;anywhere els>e than in the editorial column. All articles for publication must be accompanied by the true name of the autbsr and written "in respectful language and written on one side of the paper The true aaine requiredasan evidence of good faith All coaimunicatsons?editorial, business or local?should be addressed to TiiEj News and Herald Co. W. D Douglass, Editor. Jas. Q. Davis, Treasurer. W. J. Eli.iott, Bus'ness Manager. | WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, February 28. : : : ltfy4j A cheap railroad rate to Gordon's lecture ...

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. — 28 February 1894

vir-rrBi'n,ir?yn i in it , uOCAL INTELL1GESUE. Wedn?sda}\ February 275, : : : 159-4 Hew AdvertiseuQemts. Law Card?John J. McMahau, Columbia, S. C. Beeswax?W. E. Aiken. Money Matters?A. B. Cathcart. Sealed Bids?B. G. Tennant, Chairman. Fo." Itent??.' >v . neison, vojuujuia, S.C. Shingles?W. W. Egleston, Nelson, S. C. _ l ocal Url*h ?There has been fifty-five su!k> plow? sold in this county up to date. ?Subscribe to /The News and Herald, and learn what is going on around yon. ?The co.ored child vt Licb was burnt on Mr. Hobbs' place has recovered alaaost from the efl'ect?. ?We are glad to see our yenng friend R. E. Ellison Jr., out on the streets again, he has been sick about 5 weeks with lever. ?The passenger train on the C. C. 6 A, road do uot go to the uuion shed in Colombia now, but stop at the old Charlotte deoot. Tickets are ?o!d, and baggage checked to this point. ? We have a letter today from our regular correspondent at Clemson College. Subscribe to The News and Hekald 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. — 28 February 1894

mummmiuim mmime?wwb ngygMaqwepi Af iHS TaB&KNaCLS. j "lightning of the sea" the sub-i I ject of or. ta. mage's sermon. j He Liken - .'oarncy TJiroash I-.!'- to I aSb'p's C-ur?cibrouihtli- Cesar? Our : %Vor;h Is Kuowu i y tlie Coot. Defeat* j Xhht L:v? Alrcr LV? I Srcoklyn, Fe^.. 18.? In Ibe liro- '.> i l>n Taberuacle ibis icrtucou licv. jj:. j Talmaee prcschtd an ir-uaailv uttrac- j tive and ehqnent gospel sermon to a! crowded audience. wLc listened with { rapt interest. Tfce subject w s "Trie j LVhtninsj of U e Sea," the text 3&Ie,*.tu j be;c?: Job xi:, 32 "He maketh a pa.h j to shine atter b in." It for the nex- thousand years rn'nis j ters cf religion should y rerch frcm *i?!s j Bible, there will yet be i-x'.s u; :-x- j pounded an-^ unexplained aad undepreciated. What little has been stud concerning this chspter iu Job from v.Lich my text is taken bears on tre contro- : versy as to what was really the lev;a- ! than described as disturbing the sea. ; Vvhat creature i...

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. — 7 March 1894

WINNSBOEO S. C-., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1894. " NO. 30. : i 1 i Lj "'ALLEN TO HEW1TL j THE MISSISSIPPI .HUMORIST TAKES HIS INNING | P?ttorsoa'd Apalogy lor Souiherners liepadUted by Aller, bat the Apologist 1? Excastd tor Cause?Plea lor Pa'rlotI Ism | Washington. Feb. 28?Iq -ie j course of bis speech in the House today / Representative Alien of Mississippi said: I was pained bejondrSaeaaure to ^ read a few days ago in the public .press I that Hon. Abram Hewttt of New York did not regard me as great as Calhoun, Slidell, Soule and some of the rest, of those men who preceded me. (Lau; jh; ter.) No, that is a revelation to me. I i had never suspected that I was not as great as these men, until Mr. Jievnt said so. (Lauzuter.) Mr. Bryan: Maybe he does not krow you personally. Mr. Allen: That is the trooble. He V does know me personally. That is 1 where it stings. (Langhter.) It is ut. ; terly without excuse. The truth is, I regard Mr. Hewitt's remark as some" what personal to me, because I ...

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 March 1894

TBJC I" NEWS AND HERALD. J i PU3LI8&&B EVERY WEDNESDAY i -5T-2 1 SKft'SimHEBiLI) COMPACT. 1 :TERMS,;iX A?T.13TCE; One Year, ... SI.50 1 Six Moaths, .... .75 | ADVERTISING RATES. CASH: J One dollar a square for the irstinsertion : and Fifty Cents for each subsequnt inser- ( tion. Special rates for contract adver- . tisors. Mairiage and death notices free. Regu lar rates charged for obituaries. \ Orders for Job Work solicited. This newspaper is not responsible for opinions and views expressed |any where else than in the editorial column. All articles for publication must be ac oumpanied by tbe irue name of the autner and written in rcspectfu' language and written on one side of the paper The true aame required as an evidence of good faith All communicatsons?editorial, business or local?should be addressed to The News asd Herald Co. W. D Douglass, Editor. Jas. Q. Davis, Treasurer. W. J. Elliott, Bns'ness Manager. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, March 7. : : : 1894 Colorado must rem...

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. — 7 March 1894

I I I rtaggsy. I uOCAL LN'TELLiem'R. Wwla??day, March 7. : : : 1894. >ew dT?rttseaa?ats. ^ Tonaori&l Artist?V. iiuntHirue. Municipal Electioo?J. A. Hinn&nt, Uleri. Th-'ee Bankrupt SUcka ?J. L. MimL nau^h. ^ Registration Notice?W. F Jackson, | F Saperriwr. ? i I. ?Some people are still paying taxes. ? VV. R. Doty & C?. are bauliDg bL 1 amber to rebuild their stables. Bb?~ ?Look out for the "f.d." of the HK. Winusboro Drug Store next issue. -Auditor Richmond is still taking r retarns- and taking the penalty also. I ' ?There is a great dea: of guano being hauled from the depot at present. ?Court kas adjourned. Judge R. C. Watts left for Lancaste* Saturday evening. ?Mr. Thos. L. Johnson killed what j he supposed to be a mad dog near his j home on Wednesday. I ?We are glad to learn that Hiss IP~ Matile Martin is improving. She has r had a spe'l of pneamonia. ?Gentlemen, do yon like comfort? But a pair of slippers lrcm Caldwell & Buff. Pri^e so low won't miw it. * ?McMa...

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. — 7 March 1894

b I * AT THE TABERNACLE. REV. DR. TALMAGE'S SERMON ON THE HUMAN FACE. ' >S f,A Man's Wittlom Maketh KIjs Faca to Shine."?The Great Prei?fcer Atalii DIscoanes I'pon a Un!qafrSul>j c',?A Map of the Mind. Brooklyn, Feb. 25.?In tie Brook1 iKift frtrcm/VMl TL+x? t)r 1YU xaucruaujc buio iwouuvu uv.. Talmaee chose for the 8abject of his sermon 4,The Human Face;> and held his great audience fascinated with the charm of his jeloquence as he discoursed on a subject of universal interest. The text was Ecclesiaates viii, 1. "A man's wisdom maketh bis face to shine, and the boldness of oi? face shall be changed," or, as it may be rendered, "the scurness cf his face shall be sweutened." Tbus a little cbango in our English translation brings out the better meaning of the text, which sets forth that the ^ character of the face ie decided by the ^ character of the soul. The main features of our couQtenance were decided by the Almighty, and we cannot change them, bat under God we decide whet...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 14 March 1894

I WII yt.VTIT: wnrnSBOTtO. S. f!.. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 14, 1894. NO. 31. I THE CAMPAIGN OPENED.' H A BIG MASS MEETING AT A8BEVILLE r.ntiRTHOUSE. John Gary Evans and Sampson Pope Ftrcd Their Opening Gana?What They i Said?No Other Candidates Present?A I Largto Crowd in Attasdance. Akbeyille, S. C., March 9.?Nearly a thousand citizens were present on - ^ last Monday to hear the gubernatorial ; candidates speak. It was quite a dis- j k appoinment to the crowd that all of the ; If" candidates were not present, Jor the j I people were anxicu? to hear anc! com- I pare them. Messrs. jonn li-ary .avaas < and Sampson Poje were present and were most cordially received. T ie following is Evacs' speech: ] Mr. President and Fellow Citizens: I ..It is with much pleasure, commingled i with some embarrassment, that I have ] accepted the invitation of your commit- j tee !<o address you upon the national and t y* .btate issues which today confront our 1 / people. I am pleased lor the reason ] *" th...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 14 March 1894

" fg pgSS&gP pp ~ Sr-' ? THl < NEWS AND HERALD, j . 1 PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY i ?ST?U 1 KBITS AUDflERALP COMPANY, J [TERMS,'IX AUYAXCE: ? 1 One Tear, - - - 81.50 Slx*3tIontLs. .... .75 , A3 7ERTIS1NG RATES. CASH: One c ellar a square f?r the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each subsequnt insertion. Special rates for contract advert isors. : . Marriage and death notices free. Regular rates charged for obituaries. Ordeisfor Job Work solicited. This ntwspapor is not responsible for pinions and views expressed .anywhere be ths n in the editorial column. All articles for publication must be acc 1 oompairled by the true name of the author nd written in respectful language and written on one sid? of the paper The true aame required as an evidence of good faith All communicatsons?editorial, business or locsJ?:sliouid De aaaresseu to m News and Herald Co. T7. D Douglass, Editor. J as. Q. Davis, Treasurer. Tif. J. Elliott, Business Manager. . V/INNSBORO, S. C. . 1 ::i~/ 1 Wednesd...

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. — 14 March 1894

iXK;aL INTBUftJEHCli. 3???????? Wednesday. Harei 14. : : : 185-4 SI AIL COLLECTIONS. a Ljttws wiU be collected frem the ? u~? ? it ? ?nH 9 n. m. JWCT OW&ca ax ? ? r goiag south, and 5.3# p. m. ami 9 p. or. going; north. X?w Adrerti??me*t8 Notice?D. A. Breom, Agsnt. SherifF'a Sale?R, E. Ellinon, S.F.C. Great Attraction?CaldireJI & Ruff. Impress It? Winnsboro Drug Store. Fr#sh Supply?The "Lower Store.") White Cio?s Baking Powder?A. B. Catbcart. For Spring Impuritjr ef Blood?Mc* Master & Co. The Union Sewiusr Machine?Woe. Petor, Toledo, O. i. seal seun* ?Rer. \Y. K. Bcggs will preach at Flint Hill on Friday aight. ?Does roar b?y or girl need s ooe? ? ^? Yoa can get then at Caldwel! & RufF'a at graatlv reduced prices. * ?Mr. Henry Mofiatt, a prominent citizen of Chester county, ?>a? fouod dead in his bed on Monday. ?The Greenbrier Democratic Club will meet at Dr. J*. R. Arledge's on Satin-day, the 17th of March. ?Another subscriber from Clemson. The News and Herald is...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 14 March 1894

pfjp * ' i HE CAMPAIGN OPKNED. - ' - m: - [CONTINUED Fx Oil PACE ONE.J tends to destroy her citizens. The whiskey traffic has, always been under the control, not on]y of the State, but of tbe United State i government. No man has been allowed to deal In the stuff without complying with the stringent regulations of our government. It is absurd then to argue that /JAWMrrort Aih'7Qn OTTO in. Wt5 uav~ UCpii ? C'J. I icuti6-.aui uuj dividual rights. In dealing with States, the same rales apply as in dealing with an individual. aeu the Reformers came into power, we found the old State drunk. The barkeeper ruled our largest cities and e,ren defied and intimated our high .tofficials. Every barroom in Soutn Carolina was a political club house aud was run in the interest of some politician. Our young men were allured by baming tables and t'an? -? ?l fho;i-intn nr*j? f?nmn!ptft Cy Ul iU&.^ UUlll L U4"_? ?f MW a-w?v and the State deprived of her good citizens. Do you ttli me tbis was not a ...

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