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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 20 September 1882

*7 . THE NEWS AND HEralD. | WIXSSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY. September 2p. : : 1S82. <rao. 5. BEYXOLDS. Editor. B. JHKAXiS UJitxa, U'JMKistiiAu DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.. l^yT' " " > - ' , . For Governor, HUGH S. THOMPSON, of PJcMond. For Lieutewrnt Governor, JOHN C. SHEPBARD, of Edgefield. For Compircjtter General, W. E. STONEY, of Berkeley. . For Attorney Generals C. RICHARDSON MILES, of Charleston. For Secretary of State, JAS. X. LI Pi? COMB. of Newberry. pi For State Treasurer, jtjto. petes etohardsox. or Clarendon. For Axj dant and Inspector General, A. M. MAXIGAULT, of Groryfctown. For Congress?Fourth District, JOHN H. FAINS, of Spa;xantur~. . For Stiperlniendent qf^Educciion, ASBURY COWARD, 'Of Y.'rfc. ^ THE FBI3TARY ELECTION. The County Executive Committee have changcd the day for holding the primary. It will be held on Monday, October 2nd. Clubs will please take notice. T. "W. Woodwako, , County Chairman. THsbetrayer of John Wilkes Booth has become a ravin? maniac. General ...

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. — 20 September 1882

^ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. "WEDNESDAY, September-20. : : 1S82.. \dvertisement*. Constant Rains?J. 3f. Elliott.. ^ Notice?J. R. Harvey, Chairman. Watches and- Chains?Connor & Chandler. Grand Opening?M. L. Kinard: Nomination of Rev. L. C. Chappell for Counts* Commissioners. Sentember 16?-J. H. CnrSbv^ff?.. ?- ? -?Choice Rye and- Barley Seed at D. R. Flenniken's. * ?The repainting of the interior of the Episcopal- church is rapidly pro-^-Thefaoys are performing trapeze on the trace-chains hanging in front of the stores. ?Tnesdav was a charming day? more like balmy October than line Rp^. suhry September. Hp \ ?Call at the office of R. J'. McCarley WP ' & Co. and examine their engines, gins, |F etc. before buying elsewhere.. * ?The streets?or at least some of them?are very much overgrown with weeds and grass. This can't be healthy. ? ~ ' ?The lireenoacKers announce iu;u they will hold'their public meeting at ? TrHnnsboro on Monday, September 25. ?Mrs. Boag left on Wednesday for New Yo...

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. — 20 September 1882

|f ^ FAKM, 61BBEN AXD HOUSEHOLD.1 ? PTo Increase Ewes. The easiest way to increase roses is V? 1 flairor'nrr Cf>M. uv litvcrijug. t? lien tut uvtii.nujj t.vuson is over a branch may be half cut through in a sloping direction, and the cut portion laid and pegged* down and covered with soil, or it may be pressed down into a pot, and when it is rooted j the layer is severed from the original plant. In tliis way one plant may j furnish half a dozen layers in one season, and so on for a few years, and! the third year the original dozen may ; be increased more than a hundred i times. Petrolenm on Trees and Bashes. Dr. II. Gibbons, at a recent meeting ! of the California Academy of Science.: aid that since he put petroleum on the trees in his garden they had grown | tetter and faster than ever before, and j - given better roses than before. The I petroleum seems to k>ll the scale insect.; - The handsomest rose he exhibited was ! from a bush which looked nearly dead ', a short time be...

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. — 27 September 1882

WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBOBO, S. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1882. ESTABLISHED Df 1844. t ? From Landen to Neerwlnden. Mfra sacred croes of England shone; Ehe lilies white of France were blown; The battie*teed3 were given rein; tWas heard the trumpet's wild refrain J?rom Landen to Neerwinden. T1"3fpoliahed swords flashed ont and crossed; field of blood was won and lost; And thro' the twilight's dusky vail P,Tbe victor-lilies glimmered pale fcrom Landen to Neerwinden. preast-high were piled the corpses there; Vrom dark till dawn the heated air {Although, no bell was heard to toll) Was thick with many a passing sool From Landen to Neerwinden. for twelve long months the slain, at rest, Lay underneath the earth unblest, Apd then the blood from every heart From out the dust began to start From Landen to Neerwinden. For there besran from friend and foe ? A million scarlet flowers to grow, And every flower a poppy red, Br. Until a gorgeous garden spread r . Jfrom Landen to Neerwinden. ?Minnie Ir...

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. — 27 September 1882

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WESXSBOEO, s. o. WEDNESDAY, September 27, : : 18S2. J7T. S. REYNOLDS. EDITOR. R. KASS DA.TIS, Contrxbct:.vo Editor. DKMOCKATIC STATE TICKET. I For Governor, HUGH S. THOMPSON, of lilchlaiid. For lieutenant Governor, JOHN C. SHEPPARD, Ot E'igefleld. For Comptroller General, W. E. STONEY, or Berkeley. & =" ' ! For AUcrmey General, C. RICHARDSON MILES, or Charleston. \ For Secretary of Stale, JAS. X. LIPSCOMB, of Newberry. For Slate Treasurer, JNO. PETER RICHARDSON, of Clarendon. For Adjutant and Inspector General, A. M. MANIGAULT, of Georgetown. For Congress?Fo'trih District, JCHN H. EVINS, Of Spartanburg. F<r- Sicperirden<lent of Education, ASBURY COWARD, 'Of Yortc. General Mahone thinks he can carry Virginia with $200,000. Ex-Senator Christiancy has obtained a divorce from his wife, on the ground of desertion. Notwithstanding ihe fact that Mr. Tilden is reported as verging upon the edge of the grave he is abolit finishing a $500,000 house. Since Folger ...

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. — 27 September 1882

| ' LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.. 'WEDNESDAY,September27, : : 1882. A * ?*-r ^rffrrrr. 4 ??. t(r/ivxaj/ The attention of the different Democratic Clubs is called to the fact that the Primary Election will take place . on Monday, Octobers, under the regulations heretofore published. The ballot-boxes, together with the necessary blanks and other papers, may be procured on application to Mr. Chas. A. Douglass, who, in the unavoidable absence of Mr. Reynolds, **' * - n A ~x* TvArtnfirn Will act as secretary vi iuc v -Committee. ' * Under the regulations, the primary / polls must open at 12 o'clock, m., pre/ s1 ciselv, and close at 4 o'clock, p. rn., precisely. The ballot-boxes, together with the returns and other papers, must be forHr -warded to the Secretary of the ExecuHHk tive Committee, at Yv'innsboro. The County Executive Committee meets at Wiunsboro on Tuesday, OotoY bcr 3, at twelve o'clock, for the pur flio n>fnrns and |;u>e wi uamoooxuji viiw .v...? declaring the result of the ele...

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. — 27 September 1882

.TIMELY TOPICS,! 1??. 11 a^T?is num a icpui o lcucn cu au P^' the department of state from Consul W Baker, at Buenos Ayres, South Amerp ica, tbat some one in the United States is about to begin the experiment of |; ostrich farming, which Mr. Baker p- thinks would be perfectly feasible and I profitable. Mr. Rufus Hatch, the well-known New York capitalist, has recently returned from a trip through the North "west He took a careful survey of that vast and wonderful region of country, and came to the conclusion that it is I the richest agricultural region in the world, whose grain resources are beyond the power of computation?a vast empire of wealth, whose development has scarcely been yet begun. Acting on the theory that tor everj house there is a skeleton in the closet, o "P-iric avrm/Uor cont. rmt. a number of duplicate notes to this effect: " I will reveal all unless you send 100 francs to J. L., Post Bestante, Paris." It was evidently a good day for skeletons. 'At least ten persons...

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. — 4 October 1882

WEEKLY EDITION WINNSBORO, SL C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1844. ^ A Pearl From the Ft rsiaa. ^3 dew-drop falling on the wild sea wave, & Exclaimed in fear, " I perish in this grave;" ^ But in a shell received, that drop of dew Unto s pearl of marvelous beauty grew, And happy now the grace did magnify Which thrust it forth, as it had feared, to Until again " I perish quite," it said, Torn by a rude diver from its ocean's bed, r ^ Oh, unbelieving! so it comes to gleam Chief jewel in a monarch's diadem. The seed must die before the corn appears Out of the ground in blade and fruitful ears: Low have those ears before the sickle lain Ere thou canst treasure up the golden grain; The grain is crushed before the bread is j made, And the bread broke ere life to men con- j ^ veyed. Oh, be content to die, to be laid low, * _ J L 1 3 J AxiU IV W U5UCU CU-1U. IV VO WIVACU If thou upon God's table may'st be bread, Life-giving food fcr soul an hrjagered. * AN ODD COINCIDENT. ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 4 October 1882

p: - ' , " 7 ' - :" i' f~- ' THE'SEWS AM)-HERALD. f "WDvNSBORO, S. C. "WEDNESDAY. October 4. : : J 1882. MTrti ? ?? prvor.n.";. editor. i ?. Vy:.LSS DAVIS, COSTEIBUTIXG EDITOR. 55=: -- " - == I>ir:3IOCKATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, LTGH S. THOMPSON, Of Klohland. For Lieuienard Governor, JOHN C. SHEPPARD, of Edgefield. For Comptroller General, w. E. STONEY, of Berkeley. For Attorney General, C. RICHARDSON MILES, of Charleston. I For Secretary of Stale, JAS. N. LIPSCOMB, of Newberry. For Slate Treasurer, /NO. PETER RICHARDSON, of Clarendon. For Adjutant and Inspector GentraL, A. M. MANIGAULT, of Georgetown. For Congress?Fovrth District, JOHX H. EYTN'S, of Spartanburg1. For Svperiniendetil of Education, ASEURT COWARD, of York. Judge Hacxey has finally with^ drawn from the Congressional race, j )and has so written to Mr. Russell, the Greenback Chairman. It is supposed V that this action is final. E. M. Braytox is the Kadical nominee for Congress in the second district. E. W. M. Ma...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 4 October 1882

W ' ' L00A1 INTELLIGENCE. VTEDNESDAY, October 4. : : : : 1882 I?r^ Advftrtl(*pmenf*. w. Notice?"W. D. Aiken. The Best of'All? Ju. ^amueis. ; Silverware?Connor & Chandler. j For Sale?W. B. Creight. Read the jiew advertisement of J. j Groeschel. A Fair Field?McMasteiv Brice & i W" Ke:?hin. JJsew Fall and Winter Goods?P. ; Landecker & Bro. LocaVlSrieffc. ?-When vof' sell vour cotton don't : ~r - ~ S* y>rget to pay nine primer. ^ ?The young people had a dance in ; Mgpr the Thespiau Hall on Thursday eveBjl^ ?Mr. S. D. Dunn left here on Thnrs-; HK day afternoon for the South Carolina Mr" ' University. ?Messrs. R. T. Crawford and W. D. Gaillavd, the appointees for Fairfield I to the Citadel in Charleston, left for i that institution on Friday. ?Every farmer in the county should ! raise his own bacon.. If' something of; the kind is- not done we look out * for starvation in the meat line. ?around town 1 are white, with the fleecy staple, and all the available hands are engaged...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 4 October 1882

S- PAE?, GAKDEX AXD HOUSEHOLD. Forjfinf*. This "wearisome fault of horses, wherein they strike and click the hind and forefeet, is sometimes caused by ioo neavy shoeing. A very heavy, avfkward shoe is not always a good shoe. Lowering the feet is sometimes a remedy. Much is due, also, to the breaking of the young animal, and if he has been made to forge, the remedy should be applied as quickly as possible. Keeping the head up is a good idea. Horses prone to this idea throw their forefeet back, lunge and do not get themselves up in shape. Enrichinc Orchards. All young fruit trees, says the Country Gentleman, which do not make a growth of two feet for the longest shoots in a season ncpcl n/lriitirvnal stimulating with manure if the ground is clean and well cultivated; or if they stand in grass or happen to be encumbered with weeds, good mellow culti-' vation must be given them. This is j the role for vcung trees, and the oest time, if manure is applied, is late in autumn or during wint...

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. — 11 October 1882

} I ' : ' : ^ ' I . ' 1 j WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1882. ~~ ESTABLISHED UT 1844. jj r- J "When the Frost is on the Puntin. | When the frost is on the ponkin and the fodder]s4n the shock, Andyoanear thekyouck and gobble of the - /stnittin' turkey cock, ^ Ai$d the clackin' of the gniney3 and the ; cluckin' of the hen?, ^ And the rooster's hallylooyer as he tiptoes on the fence, mL Oh it's then the times a feller is a feelin' a wgjfljfch his best, fvVith the.risin' sun to greet him from a night : of gracious rest, As he leaves the house bareheaded and goes out to feed the stock, When the frost is on the punkrn and the fodder's in the shock. I They's somepin kind a' hearty like about the atmosphere "When the heat o' summer's over and the coolin' fall is here? Of course we miss the flowers and the blos* ' som on the trees, A Wi r aV _ t ^ oiiu uic uiuiuuia uj. tno uuiminn uirus ana buzzin' of the bee?; Bet the air's so appetizin', and the landscape through...

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. — 11 October 1882

THE NEWS AND HERALD. . "WDvXSBOPcO, S. O. 1 1 f WEDNESDAY. October 11, : : : 1882. t - *2fO. S. REYNOLDS. editor. S. UK ASS DAVIS, CoXTiuacnSQ Editor. , DEMOCRATIC STATE. TICKET. 1 . 1 For Governor, | HUGH S. THOMPSON, of KlchbndFor JAexdenant Governor, ] JOHN C. SEEPPARD, of Edgefield. For Comptroller General, W. E. STONEY, of B'-rkoley. ? For Attorney General-, C. RICHARDSON MJ LES, of CmrlestOD. For Secrtbvi'y of Stu;e, JAS. N. LIPSCOMB, of Newberry. For Sfv'e Treasurer, JNO. PETER RICHARDSON, of Clarendon. For Adj?tard o. <l h-s^dor G?t<er"!, A. M. MAN1GAULV. or (-eo'jetown. For Cor<jr?.s-Fo.'.:h Jilsfrldy JOHN H. IA jXS, of SiK.- unbitrg. { For Si'pcrin'- y'oit of Fv-ic'i'.oa. aseury COWARD. otYorK. ' The way to re-tore I?;?dVul domUm-, p-~ liou in Fairtield is to vote ilie Green-: ? back county ticket. If any white man wishes to remand his wife and children, or his mother j and sisters, to tbc rule of tho uc^ro,: let him vote the McLane tickei. If t be Greeubackcr>...

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. — 11 October 1882

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. C WEDXE30AY, October H. : : : 1882. 5ew Advertisements. Wanted?N. W. Trump. S-- Louisiana State J<ottery. To-day?J. 1?. JVlimnaugn. New Furniture?R. W. Phillips. Sale and Feed Stables?A Willi ford. Sheriff's Sale?Jno, I), McCarley, S. F. C. Annual Meeting?J. R. Harvey, ^ Cfcairman. Local Erie.**. ?('oitpn is coming in lively?and it's a^ood time to pay the printer. ?/The yonng ladies look very gay in tfe&r red jackets and white dresses. mL- A-/-. n Phov. ^ ? I lie pass^u^ci iiaiuo xivun ..v.. lotte are running with more regnlarity ?Several new subscribers within B - the past week?and- more expected. "Let 'er rolh" By ?The grocery merchants are selling a great deal of mackerel?it's cheaper than bitcon. ?The finest apples and cocoanuts in town, just arrived, at D. A. iiendrlx & Co.rs. . * ?Everybody seems pleased with the * result of the primary?and the system is more popular than ever. ?The Rev. D. E. Jordan returned ft on Tuesday, after a short visit to...

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. — 11 October 1882

fjr the faib sex. Fimininc Land Settlers. a "Wisconsin girl some years since removed with her parents to Dakota. Sue exercised her prerogative as a j settler, and took unto herself 160 acres J of fruitful land, erecting her cabin and dwelling thereon lor tne anouea six | months, when she was enabled to secure title at government rates. Some of her Eastern girl friends haye gone C-ut to visit her, ;tnd should that region "pan out" to their satisfaction they jrill take up a quarter section of land ach and also a tree claim. They propose building their "claim shanties," which in this case will be transformed into villas or cottages, and spend next summer out there. What girls ran do when they set out to become farmers is shown by Miss Kreamer, a young girl living near Helena, Ark., who has twenty-two acres planted in com and seven planted in cotton, and will make forty bushels of corn to the acre, and a bale of cotton to the same amount of land this year. She did all; the plowing, and ...

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 October 1882

" ^ I WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1882. ESTABLISHED Heme. ] "Xo such good luck," said Oh! what is home? that street companion- " There s no chance for a h ^ ship, Earl." > Oi life the better part; < Of course Kittie waited v( ^ The happy smile of welcome on the lip iouslv lor her next letter froi. Upspringing from the heart. i field, and when it came she It is the eager clasp of kindly hands, : w it-i t(.a.-> of lh?.nk>gi\..ig, I The lons-remembered tone. . BMW tmcU ? luxvjvr luel vri I . Ih? ready sympathy which understands say that Mrs. U ayne anu her dj fc- All feeling by its own. , need not move pmemately f farm, as possession would not 1 v The rosy cheek of little children pressed for several weeks. \ To ours in loving glee; ??So, you see, the ugly Eb( Be*' \J The presence of onr dearest, and our best, not as hateful as you imagil No matter where we b<? Karl, when Kittie read him he ^ And, failing this, a prince may homeless live? | s...

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. — 18 October 1882

/ THE NEWS AXD HEEALD. =crtai"cases " f - ? ===== be K'lilty o K; WIXN'SBORO, S. C. In making then . ? violence. Ju< WEDNESDAY. October 18, : : 1882. kliOW what he ] - . =- tinctlv before sito. 5. reynolds. Editor. Carolina as the b. mkaxs da.vis, Contributing Editor. openiy d(.c]nrc democratic state ticket. ? uwau? o their particular Far Governor, must want offic HUGH s. THOMPSON', of HKhla&d. siHy enough to Fc/r Lieutenant Governor, from the GrCCl JOHN C. SHSPPARD, or EdgefleidL _ For CamptrfJler General, , w. e. stoney, or Berkeley. ^iie I For AfU/rney General, The recent e C. RICIIARDSON MILES, or CliartestOD. another of the For Secretary of State, over t]jat gtate JAS. N. LIPSCOMB. OT Newberry. was elec, 0(\ la? For Sirte Treasurer, uboiU 30.000, v JNO. PETEP. RICHARDSON, or Clarendon. ticket this year For A'Tpxtnni ami I-nswrterr Gen*rru . A, m. manigault. or conretown. a,mo? a* F.-x Co,vjress-Fourth District, was tnc buiula JoiiN li. evins, or Spartanburg. question of ...

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. — 18 October 1882

W'?' 1 ' jjaEgyigWiT.'i.Wili'i HI' ! i CTMea " LOGAJ# INTELLIGENCE. =- ? WED>rE5DJjT, October IS. : : : 1382Adv^rtIftfineiiT?. r-. * - ft- /""'Vio r%/!!/%* jeweirv ^UlIIWI ?.V vnaimiti. Notice?R. J. McCarlev & Co. C. Bart & Co., Charleston, S. C. "Wanted?Columbia Granite Co. Received this Week?S. S. Wolfe. Clerk's Sales?W. II. Kerr, Clerk. The Only Store?B. Su^enheiiner. Master's Sale?S.J. Douthit. Master. Sheriff's Sales?Jno. I). McCarlev, S. F. C. Mount Zion Institute?D. C. Webb, Principal. , Jrocal Briefi. / ?Vote the straight Democratic iiekot. / ?The year 1^2 is drawing rapidly to a cl*e. ?^ ^ ? t n > r .. ?Gin-hou>es insured oy o. r. j& Master, Ajrent. ?He who falters now does so at tho peril of ?ood government. 8?* ?If yon would live long and die Wr happv. don't cheat the printer. ?Yesterday was a mo-t delightful day, and everybody seemed to enjoy it. ?B. Suirenheimer h;i* only- one store ?rfit Beatv & Bro.'s old stand. * ?Our only safetv lies in elec...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 18 October 1882

THE COXJSTEY'S GROWTH. \ the bran. Wi ' held like a ] 8oa:c Interestln.-j Figures Conrcrnins rnV'i'vi n T"i:ite<I Stn?c? bv the ;?is;jerzntcndr!:t of 1 ' , . . ' tho pushed, as las Francis A. v.'ulkcr, the superintend- c5,cntI>\ (',rUKi' ent of tlu? l;i-t rnit's-l States census.' placed boiow t contributes to the Ontttry ;i paper j=>oe* ? abounding in interesting and import- "*Y.s }l'tir ant facts gleaned l'roin the census re- s*"a. Plece? ; turns since the lirst enumeration in ^ . iCa - ' P|i 1790. In discussing the condition of m the United States, at the tenth census uP?n a ll(K e\l in 1880, he saws: soon thorough The period bctv/een 1850 and 1880 tcrtiHas thus has been marked by the astonishingh in~? close ; co rapid spread of population over the s> . . 1 TS* vast region brought under the flag of PeoP e 'l0 the United States bv the purchase of '.Mu ?J m, Louisiana, the annexation of Texas and Pie?e-\? Pr<) ( the cessions from -Mexico. The 980,- 'f ls ^?1 000 squar...

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 October 1882

WEEKLY EDITION _ " """ WiyXSBOEO. S. C., WEDNESDAY^ OCTOBER 25, 1882 ESTABLISHED IN 1844. Flash. THE TTBEMAX'S STOSY. f^ash was a -white-foot sorrel, an' run 01 No. 3: t Not much stable manners?an average horsi tosee:_ .Notional in nis m?tnoos?strong in loves an k. hates; Not very much respected or popular 'rnongs ggjk his mates. BL Dull an' moody sua' sleepy on "off" an Ifigp quiet days; Full of turb'lent sour looks, an' small sarcastic ways; Hp Scowled an' bit at his partner, an' bangec the stable floor? With other tricks intended to designate life a bore. But when, be't day or night time, he heard the alarm-bell rinsr. He'd rush for his place in the harness with a regular tiger spring: An' watch with nervous shivers the clasp of buckle an' band, L ^ Until it was plainly ev'dent he'd like to lend a hand. An' when the word was given, away he would rush an' tear, As if a thousan witches was rumplin up his hair, An' -wake his mate up crazy with his mag> netic charm; For every hoof...

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