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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 25 April 1894

VOL. XLVIII. WINjSTSBOSO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1894. NO. 37. ^ " UNCONSTITUTIONAL. ~ '< h THE SUPREME COURT SO DECLARES t] THE DISPENSARY LAW. ? - s Chief Janice Mclv?r ?nd Associate Mc- ^ P Gowan on One Side azd Associate J as- ^ tlce Pope on the other?What is S?ld W JLOOOb me mt tigu. Q{ Columbia, S. C, April 19.?The long c< - expected decision of the State Snpreme 9^ Court in reference tc the Dispensary " Law was filed today- The judgment " of the Court was rendered by Chief ir Justice Mclver, Associate McGowan concurring. Associate Justice Pope filed a dissenting opinion. The decis- r* ion is a long one and contains fully 30,- ^ 000 words. It is for the most part a * strictly legal view of the case but with it all it has features that will be of in- " terest to everybody. The ease was legally entitled: Chas. * S. McCullougb vs. George Just Browne 01 et al and the Slate vs. Hentz Jacobs, J11 J. C. H. Troeger, Jerome Fagan, J. R. *5 Byrd and Ben David. In the first in...

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 April 1894

THE NEWS AND HERALD. P U-BLISH'ED EVERT WEDNESDA7 -BT-jJ NWS INDiHERi ID COMPANY. w-f J?? ?? J .TERMS, IX ADVANCE: One Year, ... SI.50 Six Months, .... ,75 ADVERTISING RATES. CASE: One dollar a square for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each subsequnt inserhati XnAf?i?i TfttAs for contract adver ? v txsors. Mairiage and death notices free. Regular rates charged for obituaries. > Orders for Job Work solicited. This newspaper is not responsible for opinions and views expressed .anywhere else than in the editorial column. All articles for publication must be accompanied by the true name of the author And written in respectful 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 and Herald Co. ' W. D Douglass, Editor. * Jas. Q. Davis, Treasurer. W. J. Elliott, Business Manager. s? WINNSBOKU, 6. <J. p , Tuesday, April 24, : ; : : 1894 Gen. Wade Hamp...

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 April 1894

DOAL INTELLIGENCE. Ties day. April 24, : : : 1894 MAIL COLLECTION"?. Leuers will be collected from the J?lfAr boxes at 11.20 a. m. and 9 p. n?. going sonth, and 5.3d p. m. *ml 9 r> m ?r??i litr nOl'lll 1" ' B""'S ? / j Sew .idverlls?meMt?. Wind Mills?W. J. Elliott. Apples?F". W. Ilabeuiclit. \ Another Supply?Mc Master & Co. Ne?v Arrivals?J. M. Beaty & Bro. Cou?n Seci1.?W. M. Cm lee, Rockton, S. C. ocal ' ft* * *??1-J ? lo nnnall ?tlf} i ?'.apt. aicjiccjwiu is uuiiv.. ? confined to hia house. ?We had a fine rain on Thursday tight and hear that it was general ?Wo understand that Evangelist Leitch will be here on next Sunday. t ?Subscribe to Tiik Nkws asd Herald ?mI kiep up with your county ne (vs. ?Mr. XV. R. Doty ha J Emma Ford arrested on a charge of burning his gin bous*. ?Don't forget tbe inuMC lie at Mt. Zi?u on Ptiday nijtht. A jjo >d time will be hid. ?If you wane a nice auui^ gv tv j J. L. Mimnaugh's. ad*'. Q. D. Williforp, Manager. ?Capr. S. R. Johnston, who ha*...

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 April 1894

I TALMAGFS SERMON. iS REV. DR. TALMAGE PREACHES ON HOME AND RELIGION. Tlie El'qaent Divio? Makes a String Pica for the Gospbl?A Sermon tbat Takes Hold of ilie Heart?The Grardeet Git'. Brooklyn, A>rill5.?In the great audience which assembler] in the Brook1 rr,~oftamnnn were manv IJfU 1 Buciuauv tuig 8trackers. Rev. Dr. Talmasre chose for the subject ofbis sermon "Home R?lieiOD," taking bis text from Luke viii, 39, i "Return to thine own house asd shew how great thiogs God hath dene unto thee." r" &.fler a fierce and shipwrecking night, Christ and his disciples are climbing up the slaty shelving of the beach. Hew g- . pleasant it is to stand on solid ground after having been toesed so Ions on the billowe! While-the disciples are con* eratulatins: each other on their marine j i=?- - w escape, oat from a dark, deep cavern on the Gadareae bills there is somethiog swiftly and terribly advancing. Is it an apparition? Is it a mac? 13 it a wild beast? It Is a maniac who has broken '' ...

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 May 1894

f1' yoL. XLYIII. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1894. NO. 38, J| r CONFEDERATE REUNION. WINNIE DAVIS'S WIGWAM CROWDED WITH VETERANSThe Fourth Annual Reaclon Formally (Opened?Governor Jone?>* Address o t Welcome?Over 500 Carrp3 Represented at the Boll Ca31. BiEMraDTGHAir, Ala., April 25.?The fourth annual reunion of Confederate Veterans was formally opened this ^ morning by Gen. Fred S. Ferguson of this the first Alabama brigade in Winnie Davis wigwam at 9 o'clock. There " " *? ? a- A I were fully iu,uuu in me uuuuiug auu many who could not gain access to the immense hall. Governor. T. G. Jones w ? of Alabama made a brief but- eloquent T welcoming address in behalf of the State f and was followed by Hon. David J. Fox, mayor, on behalf of Birmingham. Gen. John B. Gordon, commander-inchief, on behalf of the United ConfedA erate Veterans responded in an able and ^ eloquent manner. Tomorrow, decoration day, will be observed in a gorgeously appropriate manner. The corner-stone of ...

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. — 2 May 1894

THE NEWS AND HERALD. P&3LIS&E3 EVERY WEDNEt&DA Y -BY?U mVS ANDIHER4LD COMPANY. ???: ' iTERMS, IX ADVANCE: One Tear, - 81.50 Six 3Ionth?, .... ,75 A S VKRTfSING RATES. CASE: One dollar a square for the first insertion and Fifty Ceuts for each subsequnt insertion. Special rates for contract advert isors. Marriage and death notices free. Regular rates charged for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. " This newspaper is not responsible for pinions and views expressed ;any where ai?.o thnri in the editorial column. All articles for publication must be accompanied by the true name of the author and written in respectful language and written on one side of the paper Tne true aame requiredasan evidence of good faith All coaimunicatsons?editorial, business or local?should be addressed to The News axd Herald Co. W. D Douglass, Editor. Jas. Q. Davis, Treasurer. W. J. Elliott, Business Manager. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, May 2. : : : : 1894* -? ?? Trnr PonnKli(>ari nsrf* ?...

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. — 2 May 1894

* ST- - DUAL 1NT?LLI(T?N(J?. ^ Wednesday, Mzy 2. : 18V4 MAIL COLLECTION'S. letters will be collected from the letter boxes at 11.20 a. m. and 9 p. m. ^ goii?g south, and 5.39 p. m. and 3 p. ?. going north Sew Advertl*enie?t*. For Sale?G. B. Dunn. Yonr Soring Wants?J. L. Mim v naugh. jy * ocsl Criers j ?Don't forget Reckling. adv. I ? Jdr. R. C. Gooding is enlarging his dire ling house. ?Miss Mamie Madden returaed to her ?ch?>ol on Saturday. ?There will be service at Lebanon Church on the first Sunday in May. -Reckling is coming again, adv. k ?Mr. Calhoun Ligon wa? in town on \ Monday, his first irip here in twelve years. There was a buggy and a horse sold in front oi the Court House on Monday for the suin of $3 10. * ?Remember, when you waut a nice straw hat, Mimnaugh has best stock in town. adv. Q. D. Williford, Manager. ?Mr. J. II. Cumming* came borne l on Sunday night. Be will travel for the ft. Prat-. Gin Company after this date. ?The council says the ordinance ?k:?w/,i0?5 rt...

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. — 2 May 1894

s? Sgjfec ''' *: BUlLr.it at DARLING;on. THE SENATOR'S STATEMENT OF THE LATE DISTURBANCE He CtficJsfs Governor Ac'1008 Hlj R?vlt\v ot the C}rcaujs-aE.c?f a?d CoB<I!tS6S3. Consider ible attention bns b?eh dra?n to the statement made b Serator Butler afceut tee ia'.e troubles in Dsrliuetcn. It 13 ss follow?: Florence, April 3.?Senator Buiier pessed ibn u-h Florence tonight oa h;s way from Darlington to Wut.h:.c?itcn and Ia?kedhimto give me Lis estimate o' the situation in this insurrectionary" Utc "I have ecme down frosa Darlington" be eaid, "where I have been the past twenty-four bears. A3 far as Icculd learn tvervthing is perfectly quiet and the civil authorities prepared t > discharge their duty, it seems that a cumber cf the State censfabies or spies, I as they are called, had been to Darlington for the purpose of ascertaining if there was any contraband whiskev. Ic tae search they made, they were supported by the mayor and civil authorities cf Darlington, as there was not t...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 9 May 1894

." . \ . ' ' *'/V^ >r'^H * } VOL. XLVIII. WINNSBOEO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1894. NO. 39. I COXEY IN WASHINGTON. HE WAS NOT ALLOWED TO SPEAK AS HE WISHED. ^ One OS His Right Band M-in G>t His Head Clubbed by the Police?Stirring Scenes *t she Capitol?The Police are Firm.* w - Washington, May 2.?Yesterday was a i>erfect day with a brightly shinSr iDg sun, which citizen Coxey took as a propitious omen, was the portion of | the army of the commonweal for its demonstration in favor of the Coxey good roads bill. Shortly before 10 o'clock Marshal Browne formed the men in a hollow square, and standing *" *v.n. /.Ant.n nollort frer thrift f?hpprs for 1U IUC l/Cilllc U4J11U [ peace. The cheers were given and the commonwealers waved their little cotL ton flags of peace, with which they had been armed. ^Now," cried Browne, "we'll march around the grounds and try it over again," and the band started up a slow step to which eight communes walked in a circle to a point about 100 yards f...

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. — 9 May 1894

TEE NEWS AND HERALD. PUSLISBfBB EVERT WEDNESDAY -3Y-, NE >VS ANDSHER^ ID COMPANY. "? ,r~ . TERMS, IK ADVANCE; v"n" ... SI.50 v"" *v"'* - I Six MohUis, .... .75 AD VERTIS1NG RATES. CASH: One dollar a square for the first insertion aud Fifty Cents for each subsequnt insertion. Special rates for contract advert isors. Matriage and death notices free. Regular rates charged for obituaries. Orders for Job Wor? solicited. This newspaper is not responsible for opinions and views expressed .anywhere else than in the editorial column. All articles for publication must be accompanied by the irue name of the author and written in respectful language and written on one side of the paper The true name 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, Treasurer. W. J. Elliott, Business Manager. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, May 9. : : : : 1894 White people, come to your senses!...

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 May 1894

/ I MM?gm c??s?a?nca T V"! A I IVTRI .? TGENCR. XJ 'V.vu lit a w zmmxiMmmm 11 ii i r twtt.m . ~ Wednesday*. May 9. : ; : : 1894. MAIL COLLECTIONS. Letters will be collected from the letter boxes at 11.20 a. m. and 9 p. m. going sontii, and 5.39 p. m. and 9 p. ra. going north. Ice?Winnsboro Ice House. Notice?W. II. Ruff, President. An Ordinance?J. A.Hinnant.Olerk. Attention ? Wiunsboro Drn^ Store. Potatoes and Lemons?F. W. Habenicht. ocal l*iicr? ?Heckling is here. adr. ?We had a g#od rain in Winnsboro Saturday kbout 8 p. m. ?Subscribe to The News and Herald and keep up with your countynews. J ?The liquor men are quietiy wait- j ing (?) for the licenses to be issued in Winnsboro. ?The Winnsboro Drug Store has " 1 l '".niok a!! lomnc . LUC COlIll"UUt tU l m men V4*j ?w- j to the council. ?Young men, take our word for it, Mimuaugh has the best line of Negligee shirts in town. ! adv. Q. D. Williford, Manager. ?Examine Reckling's work for yourselves. adv. ?We are getting new subscribers ...

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 May 1894

"ANDYOU'U. REW?M3?R MS." One evenin-i" as the sun went down Anion? the golden liills. And silent shadows, soft and brown, Crept ov-r vales and rills. I watched the dusky bats a-wiDg D;p down the dusky lea; T-Tartpn'nf.. heard a maiden sinir. And you'll remember me." When other lips and other hearts," Came drifting through the trees; 'la language whose excess imparts," Was borne upon t^e '^reez-;. At! love is sweet and hope is strong, And life's a summer sea. A woman's sou! is in her song; "And you'll remember me." Still rppling from her throbbing throat, With joy akin to pain. There seemed a tear in every note, A sob in every strain; Soft as the twilight shadows creep Across tiie I'stless sea, The singer sane her Jove to sleep With: * 1 ou'ii remtmoer uj?. AT The. 1 ABE:RNACLEA fc'erm^n cl Iisasfcry oa ihe i>pirltusl Cn iKcl? cl I. I?*. . Brooklyn, April 29 ?Tbe Tabernacle was crowded ibis morning with lie usual throng of eager listeners. Dr. Talrcage preached on the spiritual co...

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 May 1894

I VOL. XLVIII. WINNSBOEO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1894. NO. 40. , M pr ~ THE LAW DLFIXhl). THE SUPREME COURT SAYS PROHIBITION IS IN FORCE. The City Council ol Florence Restrained Ircm Isaulsg Licenses and t*?e Habeas Corpus Proceedings X>tsm?ssc-i?Tfce Sa loon People In a Bad Fix. Columbia, S. C., May 9.?Almost in the twinkling of an eye yesterday the liquor situation went from one extreme to the other, from free liquor te absolute prohibition. For the first time in history, perhaps, a State has been carried for the cause of prohibition In less than three minutes, and by an unprecedented accident the prohibitionists of South Carolina have obtained their hearts' content. By this accident of v the law South Carolina is found today ^ with a prohibition law forbidding the } sale of liquor absolutely, and providiug penalties for the violation of the law, which, if properly. applied, will produce prohibition. Up to 11 o'clock yesterday the liquor men were handling liquors in their sa...

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 May 1894

' ' TEE NEWS AND HERALD. PUBLISHED EVERY WBDNESDA 7 ?ST? NrEWS AMHER4LD COMPANY. 1ERKS, IX ADVANCE: One V<!?r. -S33T- - $1.50 Six 3Ioalh?, .... .75 AH VERTIS1NG HATES. CASH: Onr; dollai a square for the first insertion and Fifty Certs for each subseqnnt inser noil. optfciai rates j.ui wuuaiv t isors. Mania?e and death notices free. Regular rates charsed for obituaries. Orders for Job WoA solicited. This newspaper is not responsible for opinions and views expiessed anywhere else than in the editorial column. All articles for publication must be accompanied l?y the iiue name of the author wul written in respectful language and written on one side of the pa;i<-r The true aaine required as an evidence of good faith All coannunicatsons?editorial, business ?r local?should be addressed to The News and Herall> Co. W. D Douglass, Edito*. Jas Q. Davis, Treasurer. W. J. Elliott, Business Manager. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday. May 16. : : : : 1894. Niles G. Parker, wlio was State treasur...

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 May 1894

A DUAL INTELLISENJET ^ T* ' ? m .-ar- T - ^ Wednesday, May 10. : ; : : 1394 MAIL COLXKCTIO>?? Letiers will be c?llectei from the v letter boxes at 11.20 a. m.and 9 p. m. geiag south, and 5.39 p m. and 9 p. u). going northNew Advertisement*. r ft :<rj. i!.i? r> f blMcrvti F1 f! ^ OUCriLt 5> OSlfT IW U. \/<* v. Fresh Chcess?"Tbe .^ower Store." fcr ? p. ocai-ji f, ?If you want to biy a wind mill consult W. J. Elliott. ? W. II. Elli?f, o/ Winu^boro. is a lieutouunt at CIcuisur College. ?lil CifM.ot da wilbout your valuable paper," i* what & subscriber writes us. ?L-iiiiui, let us advice }ou, when \?m A-anf drejosilfesgoto Mimnaugh's. adv. Q. D. \ViLLiKOKt>, Manager. ?'Mr. li C. C2**xlu?g *.o!d a carload of cr.ttle in Cokiwbia last week for Doiv & Cw. ?We te^rrei to learn that Mrs. Naucy K>itubb i? quite unwell, but improving. ? j>ub?cribe lor The News axd IIerald ami learn what your neighbors are tiding. ?The Rev. Thco. D. Bratton has been appointed to pr...

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 May 1894

?V \ IX THE D' RK I n>et a child at close of uay, Grouping ztonn a d:iskv way, And. pleadingly, I heard him say: "Father, the path is dark and drear, But If I knew that thou we ft near, I could walk on without a fear * ?*"Rnf. rcpon T Mnrnt si?p fhv face. Nor in the irJoom the p-thway trace, Nor know amid the crops' ng ways, "Which on*- thon wc test, 'ore afraid, I tremble in the deep'ning stiade; Without tby voice or hand to aid. " f thou wouldst only sp-ak to me But tn a wiiispt-r, 1 would he - ' Comforted, tfaougu I cir id not see "A step before m^; I would know Tbattfi?>u ar- here, and Icouln co Straight through t!ie dark t; 2nd tliee so? "If thou for me tin? way basti Ianned, Let ae 'out touch thine utstretced hand. And Father 1 will understand." As thus the iiitle straying pled, "Just so,??troubled soul!" I -aid I stumble 'mi4 the gloom cismuyed. "Spea- but one word n:y heart tc cheer. And it w.U banish all niy fear, If 1 but know that thou a: t tore. "And I will dare th...

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 May 1894

n [ VOL. XLYIIL WINNSBOKO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1894. NO. 41. j J fDt FINES hlS POSITION. GOV. TILLMAN ANSWERS THE QUESTIONS OF THE ALLIANCE. There Can be No JkTutakt> as to Bla Stsrd J onJiatioosl QatiiJom?Can Vote tor all J Cnh.TpHUfl. | ibe Demudi jkicy. mc ujj Plan. Columbia, b. C., May 16.?On April 18, Governor Tillman received a letter from Hon. Thomas P. Mitchell, chairman of the executive committee of the Farmers Alliance, enclosiug the following questions, which he had been ordered by the Alliance, to propound to all candidates for office in the gift of the people of South Carolina: "First. Will you discuss the Alliance ^cmonHa in the comine campaign, par U^UiUUv*v _ w tlcularly those relating to the finances of the country and defend them gainst the enemies of oar order. "Second. Will you pledge loyalty to I' the demands of the National Farmers f Alliance and Industrial Union above loyalty to party caucus and vote against any and all candidates who decline to commi...

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 May 1894

? 1 ' ?n? THE NEWS AND HERALD. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY ?BY-1 NTE \TS AND1HER4 ID COMPANY. TERMS, IX ADVANCE: One Tear, - . - $1.50 Six Mouths, .... .75 ADVERTISING RATES. CASH: One dollar a square for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each subsequnt inser- j tion. Special rates for contract advert Mairiage and death notices free. Regular rates charged for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. This newspaper is not responsible for opinions aDd views expressed .anywhere else than in the editorial column. All articles for publication must be accompanied by the True name of the author ftnd written in respectful language and written on one side of the p;qer. The true name requiredasan evidence of gx>d faith All communicatsons?editorial, business or local?should be addressed to The News axd Herald Co. W. D Douglass, Editor. Jas. Q. Davis, Treasurer. W. J. Elliott, Business Manager. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, May 23. : : : : Governor Tillman comes very near beiDg an "anti"...

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. — 23 May 1894

L'K-'AL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday.|3Iay 23. : ; : : 18y4 mail collections. Letters will be collected from the Mt? r boxes at 11.20 a. bc. and 9 p. m. goir.g sontli, and 5.30 p. m. and P p. rr.. going north. Hew Advertisement*. Spectacles?C. M. Chandler. An Ordinance?J. E. McDonald, Inteudant. Pcre Corn Whiskey?J. C. Iihytie, Bessemer City, N. C. Loch! iiricfs ?Court *:!! conrene on the llih of T Oil lie. ?The G.L.I, picnic is postponed indefinitely ?7'here are only nine prisoners in the county jail. ?The jury for the June term of (Jo?ri will bj drawn today. Subicriae lor Tite News axd Herald. The campaign will sooii open. ?it bit jwed at Asheyille and Chattanooga, ou Saturday ereiing and night. ?A wire railing is being placed arouid the grass beds in the Court House yard. ?Go to J. Jj. Mimnaugh's for nice straw bats and light weight coats and vests. hd/. Q. D. Wiluford, Manager. ?The County Treasurer is preparing his annual report. It will appear in our next issue. ? \YC See Oy IDC ^u...

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 May 1894

Jv: r A. GRKAc SPEECH. I, ' ?-V ! [continued from page one j i * r.' p'^nw.r.fn' I iU3W UUKUv w? v ? -V. - ,, _ than a quarter of a century r.zo, and appointed me the perms sent cLaircac of th trustee?, I did net dreasa for a mors en t of t'ce cu*:f.? or cirtinci:t?ns which teat appointment ^ou'd involve. My be?rt, like that r.f Mr. Peabc-y. '-"as j wholly enerr-ssed with the ^ifsreof v~e children of the South, and i*ith the restoration cf brotherly love aniens ihe people ot the Union, I could not have imagined that I should enier my 80 h year, if at all, fob* so fciahlv houored as ycur eotccunicatjon enne uoces, in the old State ot South Carolina. Cocscicns of having cooperate to tKc extent fit my ability with myteilow trustees and with our successive eer er:.! a<;ent?, Dr. Sears and Dr. Curry, in promoting the vital cause ol education in ail the S ?uih. em Staies, which we re ire'u'e't in Mr. Peabccv's cadowo:eut I havs repeatedly excused myself from any persona! recognition. I...

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