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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 25 October 1882

tt7*vn uruan ii 1IIHi XlXilXlXJJJS, J WIXN'SBORO, S. C. I "WEDNESDAY, October 25, : : : 1882. t if NO. S. REYNOLDS. Editor. B. WE ASS DAVIS, CONTRIBUTING EDITOR. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. j j For Governor, HUGH S. THOMPSON, of RichlancL j ' F'rr Li&deiuxrd Governor,, JOHN C. SHEPPARD, or Edgefield. For Comptroller General, W. E. STONE Y, or Berkeley. For Attorney Ger>.eral, c. RICHARDSON MILES, or Charleston. * For Secretory of State, JAS. N. LIPSCOMB. or Newberry. For State Treasurer, /NO. PETER RICHARDSON, Ot Clarendon. ! For Adydard and Insjtedor General, A. M. MANIGAULT. or Georgetown. i For Superintendent of Education, ASBl'RY COWARD, Of lOrK. For Congress?Fourth District, JOHN H. EVINS, of Spartanburg. ^ DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. \ For Representatives: X HAYNE MfMEFKIN, / A. S. DOUGLASS. G. E. McMASTER. For School Commissioner: JOHN BOYD. For Judge of Probate: J. R. BOYLES. For Courdy Commissioners: -T4S T? WATiVKT. Ijas. l. richmond, |?- . . . JXO. a. hixn'ant. j The Oh...

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 October 1882

H _ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. "WEDXESDAT, October 25, : : 1882. Advertisement. Fresh Goods?J. H. Cmnmings. SherifTs-Sale?Jao. I>. McCarJey, S. ^ F.C. And Still They Fall?J. L. Mim jiau<rh. Read the new advertisements of B. Sagenheimer. Administrators' Notice?W. F. Johnson. S. J. Joynen, Administrators. ^ To Arrive?W. R. Doty & Co. Look Out Now for Bargains?Propst Bros. Electi?? Notice?Commi>ssoners of Election. K L9&I BriefR. ^ ?The cotton market was a little "off" on Monday?.pricesranging from K 9i to 9i. 0 ?Win. Pinckney Starke, Esq., spent ra few days in town last week, the guest of~Col. Jas. II. Rion. ?The weather on Sunday and Monday was very fine. Monday was what l?eop]e call a "glorious" day.. ?The Frick Ecliuse Eninue;- is acknowledged to be the best engine made.. oo3d by R. J. McCarlev ?fc-Co. * ?W.. II, Brawley, Esq., former solic^ icor of'this circuit, is one of the Deuir ocratic nominees for the Legislature in Charleston. k v ?It can't be dodged or denied that...

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. — 25 October 1882

nn iwaaiMteMe??a g- THE ROMS DOCTOR. T f Soke Throat.?An excellent gargle ! for ordinary sore throat may be made by pouring a pint of boiling water over a powder composed of an ounce of. sumach berries and haif an ounce of i chlorate of potash, allowing it to sim mer in an earthen vessel, wun wcasional stirring, to three-fourths of a pint, straining and using in the ordinary manner.?Dr. Footed Health Monthly. What to do with Cuts or Wounds.?Farmers who live far from surgical aid and those who go oil on hunting and other excursions are often at a loss what to do when an accident occurs. In many families some kind of a liniment or application is kept which is regarded as an universal remedy, but it is often the worst thing j that can be applied. In all cases of : wounds recollect that nature makes an j unmeoiaie attempt 10 repair uaiuagca, and the best thing we can do is to give her a chance and aid her. In the majority of wounds, where no important artery or vein is cut, all i that w...

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. — 1 November 1882

WEEHiY EDITION. WIXNSBOEO, S. C., WEDK^SDAY, NOVEMBEE 1, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1844. The Poet's KItsI. Across my lap the baby lies, The soul-light dawning in his eyes: I, bending, turn aside to look ^ i Adown the pages of my book. "With flash of thought and fair conceit, y/ The fair lines run on rhythmic feet; And sparkling fancies gem the brink Of this clear well from -which I drink. But sudden, all the poet's skill Is dimmed by something sweeter still, And all his dreamings, high and grand, ? Lie hid beneath a baby's hand. jh I stoop to kiss its dimpled grace, j. torn 10 reaa my aarnng's race, "While falls unheeded to the floor The broken spell which binds no more. O glow of wit! 0 prayer of saint! O brightest picture pen can paint! 0 golden rhythmic rise and fall! My little love is worth you all. For soaring thought and winged word, That pierce the sky like flight of bird, May bring the joys of Heaven more near, But Heaven itself is with me here! ?Mrs. il. E. Blake. TOM GALWAY. As...

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. — 1 November 1882

NJ? TEE NEWS AND HERALD, ; v U'TWCDADA o / ? ?? C* V* WKOTE SDAT, November *, : : : 1^82, ; JNO. S. REYXOLDS. Editok. Ifi. JUKAJfS DAVIS. Contributing Editor, ! DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. * For Governor, HTJGH S. THOMPSON, of Richland. For Lie>denard Governor, JOHN C. SHEPPARD, Of Edgefleid. F'/r Comptroller Gerierai, ?g W. E. STONEV, or Berkeley. For Attorney General, C. RICHARDSON MILES, of CliarleSiOD. For Secretary of State, JAS. X. LIPSCOMB, or Newberry. * For State Treasurer, JNO. PETER RICHARDSON, or Clarendon. For Adjutant and Inspector General, A. M. MANIGAULT. or Georjretovoi. tor bvpertmendent of bdncavon, ASBl'RY COWARD, of York, For Confjrres.i?Fourth District-, -jfk JOHN H. EYINS, of Spartanburg-. S \ ?EZaOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET, A For Representatives: f HAYNE Mf.MEFKIN, j? J A. S. DOUGLASS. G. H. MCMASTER. Fkrr School Commissioner: Bltf-v S; JOHN BOYD. For Judge of Probate: J-. R. 30YLES. f:V For County Commissioners: iff jas. r. harvey, jas. l. richmond, jno. a. hixna...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 1 November 1882

SSSSSH'? I-- .t /-v/i ? t rvrirpT t rf pvfit? -LArt/A-L ll>iiiJUL(IVJ?<^UD. fTEXXNKS:) \ V.November 1, : : : 1RS2. 2k?W jt?l\: r{ i-rinrnTS. Jnst Received?S. S. "Wolfe. Str;i .vhcn-A" Plants?J. M. l>la!n. ^ Luai! T. W. Boyle & Bro. Dry <i<'(><!-?"Exchanir ?J. Groeschel. Sc?iof?! Mooting?Jol... Boyd, School | Comjiiis-ioner. ?? local ?There was qnite a heavy frost on . t ' "Wednesday morning, v ?Mr. Williford has jnst received a car-load of good horses from St. Louis. ' ?MaiorC. E. Thomas and Col. .Tno.! L. Black, of Ridgeway, were 111 town on Thursday. L ?Don't fail to pay your taxes by the t AiU Tl.n r?-;il nnt JL y* JUUl VI .MJVClIiyfl . iiiv uiHill iwi. r be extended after that date. ?There is a noticeable absence of sales or levies under agricultural liens, j ^Hv This is a very good sign. ?Dr. E. W. Aiken won the first premium at the Chester fair for the * best saddle-horse. \l - . ?The drummers travel now hi light marching order?with ' a thousand [? i p...

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. — 1 November 1882

tmnOEZ. - ? >- > ? - ?yj " i IOOaL intelligence. ^ WEDN r>\ V, November 1, : : : 1SS2. Kew/M' l-cmrnts. Jns: R' '-oived?S. S. "Wolfe. Str;t a N<irr\' Plants?J. M. Blain. Li Boyle & Bro. Dr.- r,(.,? !> Exchange?J. Grooschel. Sch -:>! Meeting?John Boyd, School Comii:i?i"ner. .Local ?There was qnite a heavy frost on "Wednesday morning. h I ?Mr. Willi ford has jn>t received a car-load of good horses from St. Louis. ?Major C. E. Thomas and Col. Jno. Ii. Bht'jk, of Ridgeway, were in town on Thursday. t ?Don't fail to pay your taxes by the 30th of November. The time will not fee extended after that date. fr?.A.?A 'c ?* % *r\f tT wln O^vOlU'O rif*! yl ? I11V1C Jr> U? UVsJVMW V r m&l sales or levies under agricultural liens, j This is very good sign. ?Dr. E. \V. Aiken won the first j premium at the Chester fair for the ! best saddie-horse. Z- ? ?Tim drummers travel now hi light j t . B y marching' order?with a thousand! pounds of baggage each. ?President Arthu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 1 November 1882

^ FC? THE FAIH SEX. / A Sarecssfnl Bread-rviaUcr. Miss Mary 8. Davenport, of "W'orces-; ter, Mass., luis been remarkably sue WS^fl!! in f'f>r ft >!?i nut' t ittri tVi r t PJ premiums at Xew England fairs. In 1880 she took the first prize*. a silver j dessert spoon, for white bi>ad mad-.- j by a girl under lifteen years of ag-\ In 1881 she took the iir^t prize for whit;* j and the lir.>t prize for brown bro-ad ' made by girls under fifteen, a silver dessert spo:>n in each case, and in 1882. i in the lady's class, with 114 competi- ! tors, she took the first prize, $6, for white bread, and the first, ?3, for brown j bread. I ? Fall Bonnet*. rThe antumn bonnets continue to be j small, close-fitting affairs for full dress | and flaring shapes for ordinary oc- ! casions. Until really cold weather; straws and chips, trimmed heavily; with velvet bows and loops, and1 feather breasts, will be worn. Lace bonnets are made of Spanish scarfs: drawn over small frames that havei the...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 8 November 1882

" *""*"^"*"'>^^M*' " " " " lM'^' " i r ----- l~^ - -._ -^?- ^ ??^? II - - ? ?II T - - - II - 1 |? WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1882. V,9.T^TJfiTTVJ\~T^ |Q^A :^:fj|jj . The Flowers and the Soul. .* All through the lonely, dreary "winter days, Some fragrant plants ceased not to grow and S bloom, y Enlivened by a hearth-fire's steady blaze, Where ruddy coals defied the gelid gloom, Which outdoors did abound. i ^ Quite lustily they throve, and seemed to jfcjfe steal, T' For increase, each pale sunbeam that down Jr shone; Well -were they cared for, and were made xL to feel The impress of that sabtle charm-which home | So gently girds around. Until the joyous springtime came apace, An ear its mystic echoes seemed to ring, And nature showed {a bright and kindly '< face, So that the birds no longer feared to sing Upon the budding boughs. i". - ~ Then there arrived a very bosy day; The close-grouped plants were parted, lifted ! forth And carried to a garden,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 8 November 1882

rTHS SEWS MD HERALD. I WEvNSBORO, S. C. w kDXESDAT, November 8, : : : 1882. j JSO. s. REYNOLDS. Editor. 8. V KAVR TiJVTH. COSTEIBt*7l Xg EDITOR, j Governor Stephens, of Georgia, emphatically denies that he is a candi-: date for the United States Senate. ? The condition of Governor Hen- ' dricks was reported on Thursday to be better than at any time since lie was taken sick i Influential Republicans in Massachusetts, who howl at South Carolina elections, openly avow that they are in j - favor of buying white men's votes in ; their own State?the brazen hypocrites! j Drunkenness is increasing in France | just in proportion as wine is ceasing to j be the national drink. It is decreasing in America just in proportion as Ueer i Is becoming thft national drink. ?a- ^ Mrs. Laxgtry- met with bad luck at the very outset of her career in the United States. The theatre in which j she proposed to sho w her genius was j destroyed by fire and with it her entire j stage wardrobe. ? j Eleven .Republ...

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. — 8 November 1882

If ; _ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY, Xoramber 3? : i : 1882. = v -= : " * Kev Advertisement*. Gold Connor & Chandler. m ' Tam] TR^erf*. ?What has become of our country j* oorrespodents? Don't all; speak at 9 .4 once. ?The rain ail Tharsday night was ^ very acceptable?laying, the dust and - 7 doing other good. ?Mr. Jirumie Hemm-says the comet has changed so much lately that you wonldn't_know it. ?Judge Pressley decides that a person convicted of felonies aud larceny forfeits his right to vote. The cotton market seems to be continually on the decline. The price yesterday was only 94 cents. * ^ ? ti x _.i? _ _ c /" ?! ? y> m. xi. juyies, ui vviuuiuia. Kg* was iu town on Monday, looking after y professional business. ?Dr. Thos. E. Broom brought us some very fine turnips on Monday: **'' Such turnips are good eating. ?The. acorn crop of this year is said to be the heaviest known in raauy * years. Bat there are uo hogs to eat it. J ?The Frick Eclipse Engine is ac* knowledged to be ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 8 November 1882

p In Patience. What if tlion lives!. evermore alone, Poor and forgotten and in thy silent place? ?hat if for bread thou gettest but a stone. And in thy gardia no roso lends a grace? S?j!J in thy so:U the souls of all :he flowers *T33 #'! with perfume all thy dreaming sours. "What if the stars are far away and cold. And Love hath no last kisses for thy lips? If thou hast found misfortune overbold, And joy's sweet sun hid 'neath a cloud's eclipse? Still, some . stray gleams must keep thy desert fair, 7 And wandc.ing breezes lift thy heavy hair. No soul but hath some sun, or star, or moon. That keeps itself a sacred thing of light; As brooks go rambling thro' the rose-rapt June, Some joy will seek thee in thy darkest nigbt; Some hallowed dream, will be fulfilled and sweet; Some bads will open at thy patient feet. Seek not to wrench from Fate the hoarded . rnze; O 1. -i. -I J -r> 1 X- J-t kjooa. iiui. u> ucau grim xurtuue w uiy need, Save by the upturned glance of loyal eyes. Save...

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. — 15 November 1882

WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO. S. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1882. ESTAilJSHED IN 1844. * It >'erer Pars. It .never pays to fret or growl ^ "When fortune seems oar foe; J The better bred will push ah?ad / And strike the braver blow. r? For lack is work, ,?' And those who shirk _ Should not lament their doom * fc^T But yield to play t And clear the way. That better men have room. It never pays to foster pride, And squander wealth in show; For friends thas won are suae to run In times of "want and woe. f - The noble worth Of &U tke earth Are gems of heart and brain? A conscience clear, |b A household dear, And hands without a staio. It never pays to hate a foe Or cater to a friend, Wr\ 'To fawn or whine, much less rapine, ?-V-v Tn at frs lonrl The faults of men Are fewer -when . Each rows hi3 own canos, For friends and debts And pampered pets Unbounded mischief brew. _ ~ _ . . <* *" "" " It never pays wreck the health In drudging after gain, AfirJ hp ?? cnlr? ^rhn thinks that c...

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. — 15 November 1882

WEEKLY EDITION. WiyNSBOBO. S. C.. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1844. ^ v . * ' It Xerer Pars. It never pays to fret or growl When fortune seems our foe; The better bred mil push ahead And strike the braver blow. For lack is work, And those who shirk Should not lament their doom Bet yield to play ^L' ^ And clear the W2y. ^ That better men have room. Jfc never pays to foster pride, And squander wealth in show; For friends thus won are sum to run In times of want and woe. 'The noble worth Of ali tke earth Are gems of heart and brain? A conscience clear, A household dear, And hands without a stain. It never pays to hate a foe Or cater to a friend, > - ' To fawn or whine, much less rcjpint, To borrow or to lead. The faults of men Are fewer when Each rows his own canoe, For friends and debts And pampered pets ^ _ Unbounded mischief brew. - - It never pays ?b wreck the health In drudging after gain, . And be is sold who thinks that gold Is cheaply bought with pain. , *" ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 15 November 1882

g||i . THE NEfS AM) HERALD. ? VEXSBORO, S. C. / WEDXESDAY, November 15. : : : 1882. h # ?7>'0. s. REYNOLDS. editor. B. ME AO'S DAVIS. covtribctng editok. Thompson has beaten McLane over q 50,000 votes. That will do very well. v Bpj?~. * The Greenback-Radical combination fr has been effectually beaten; and Kadi-J cals, Greenbackers, sore-heads and j1 communists must again take back i1 ti|pN seats. ife The efforts of the McLane combdna- c tion to get into power through the e Radical party have so signally failed, i 1 that a second such attempt will hardly #>v/?r Ka made in South (Carolina 1 The Democrats will elect all their j ^ \ six Congressmen in this State. The j Radicals at the National Capital will ' ( not have any helpers from South f Carolina?except the Representative ] Hjt from the Black District. ^ BPk TH? STATE ELECTION. t Bfek ...? The election on the 7th passed ofi'i , ivery quietly all over the State. It j ( takes three or four days to get in all j the returns and ...

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 1882

f LOCAL 'INTELLIGENCE. ! ~ fnEI>JfESOAT, November IS, : : 188 ? fcev NdvertUemenra. . Sale Stables?A. Willi ford. ^ Louisiana Stale Lottery Company? M. A. Dauphin. Fertilizers?"Wando Phosphate Coto^ *anv. School Notice?Dr. S? "W. Bookhar Jily the wood, S. C Clerk's bales?w. rur\.err, ^iui-k. Assignee's Sale?J. E. McDonald, kV Assignee. rfSK Trustee's Sale?II. A. Gail lard ? Trustee. Summons?^M. Mackey, Plaintiff" s Attorney. / J ytl Briefs. ?kickey beats Sam Lee in the j k district by 9,*224 votes. There were services on Sunday in he churehos except the Baptist. Cotton brings rather a poor price. * -* ? > -1 i, r\? i R sold nere 011 jioimay ai to 1 Bjy&ints. Eg ?The majority for Governor Thomp j^HP^on will come very near fifty-one thou sand votes. B ?Mr. Williford has just received a HBSw carload of fine mules, which he means so sell cheap. ?The Governor has.appointedThursRdav, the 30th inst., as a dao of thanksHgiving and prayer. ?The Great Western Union Five ? * ? * m n....

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. — 15 November 1882

' Ti;<xi:i/i' lories. The proposition to erect a bust cf Longfellow in "Westminster Abbey continues to meet with favor as :: Jitting recognition by England of one cf the greatest of the Anglo-Saxon poets of the nineteenth century. Alfred Tennyson, Engiand's poet-laureate, has announced his adhesion to the plan. The dredge is now cutting rapidly in two and a half miles of Lake Okeechobee, Florida, and has struck a V> ilirii is 1 UUillilg LLUill Liie j direction of Okeechobee. It is a fixe d fact that the long-pent-up waters of Okeechobee will soon be turned loose j into the Gulf of Mexico, and reclaim 1 thousands of acres oi land, the richness of which cannot be surpassed ii> the State. The Mushera mountains, county Cork, in Ireland, are now literally swarming with grouse, there being nohndv to shont Thp landlords are i too afraid of their tenants to go near : the place, and the latter have no guns, : having had to surrender them, under the coercion act, to the authorities. ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 22 November 1882

WEEKLY EDETION. ~ WINNSBORO, S. C., WEI^ESDAY. KOYEMBER 22," 1882. ESTABLISHED IK 1844. Ej"-." j YFaitl % Hsajriliter sxirce -was over, Some snow flakes tarried yet* When in a garden corner ^ /A little root I set. The friend who sent it promised That it should surely bring To me some fragrant treasures __ ?j Before the flight of spring, i- * And patiently I waited, As April came and went, \ And May taught all the song-birda A song of sweet content. But bonny spring departed. And Jane the roses brought, L And, save two slender green leaves, Pi The rootlet gave me naught. i t And so my mem'ry lost it, B/ And summer also passed, When in the garden corner, ? One day I found, at last, BP A very pearl of lilies? P A snow-white flower gem? With conscious beauty treabling Upon a graceful stem. Oh.' weaiy hearts, take courage, With Faith and Patience wait; Though sown to blossom early, Full many joys bloom late. rro.? ui : J? - ? J xuo uuo ui spring- lliaIO M&? l inger on the way. And li...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 22 November 1882

I?. THE NEWS AND HERALD, j WEESSBOEO, S. G. j WEDNESDAY. November 23, : : : 1882. OVO. S. REYNOLDS* editor. K. yrnAJys X>utVZS. Coktkibuttng Editor. j A xewspapek reporter called on ! Secretary Folger, upon his arrival in j Washington, to get his views on the a'- / - rrl-o - ? ,l. situation. im s one oi uju wvikx things reported since winter set in. ? Thf. Chester (Fa.) Tir*es..a 3epublican paper, takes- consolation in the recent slaughter of its party from the pious reflection that44whom the Lord |L loveth he chasteneth." Oh! The yews and Courier states that: the Calhoun Memorial Fund was faithfully preserved during the war, and now amounts to fifty thousand dollars. ; A monument is being constructed in Rome. We are irlad to hear it. |k Bob Ixgersojx thinks Gen. Sherman ' is the only man the Republicans can j elect to the Presidency in 1S84. George Alfred Townsend says that no man ; p-j - with more than one idea a month 1 would suggest such a- nonsensical j nomination. Everybody...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 22 November 1882

L aL IOTEUIGENUK. < ' HOUSES?'AT,November 22. :: 18*% Jitv ?iJr^-rti>?emenTf?. Jost Received?R. M. Huey. K'-w Groceries?D. R. Flenniken. Be Dry Goods Exchange?J. ttroeschel. ^ Township Meeting?J. F.McMaster. Chairman. The Crosby Military Institute?D. B. Busby, Principal. \ Drawing and Painting?Miss Fannie i. T. Jordan. Administrators' Sale?J. M. Kirkland and A. J. McGill. Foutz's Horse and Cattle PowdersIt David E. Foutz, Proprietor. F TirJeffc. ?Cotton is looking np a little of .^^A- On Monday it brought 9 to 9$. HbL,1 ^.Tust received a lot of selected seed H >heat. J. F. McMaster & Co. *j ? The county treasurer will issue ^Hpinnca fewer tax executions this year than lie did last. H ?Nearly everybody about \>rnns-| 385 I l>oro. went to the fair?the accounts J 1 fr^n which represent it to be the best j R siree war. ?The Reform Signal made its ap-1 Bpe&rance again last week. The report H Wihat it had suspended turns out to have W i>een erroneous. wBQr ?The G...

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