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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 27 December 1882

. s -M::- : v;j { "r- - j I _ thk farm and household. TKa VIm* fl??tr It is often the' case when a ^heifer has had her first calf, says the Indiana ' Farmer, that the farmer thinks she will giyo no more milk than will keep her calf in good condition, and lots them run togetlior to teach her the mystery of boing milked when she has her next calf. In thif decision there aro two mistakes that go far to spoil tho cow for future usefulness. Cows are largely tho creatures, of habit, and with their ilrst calf everything is new and strango to them, and they readily submit to bo milked and think it is all right, but suiter tliom to run with a calf tho first season and a vicious habit is established that they \vill hardly forget in a lifetime* If they tfver submit to be milked quietly, it is evidently under protest* But thero is a greater objection than this? the calf running with the cow draws the milk evory hour or two, Bo that the miiK vessels nro at no time distended with milk, though the...

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 January 1884

ly ^v- '^^j^'- ^ ^JANUABY 11, 1884. j Sr * 05E HAPPY WOMAN. M . p. M. P. Piatt in Manhattan^. The world Is wide enough to hold| One happy woman, she was told;: Jpbv - .-"'J The little maid looted up to gu?? *A bride, in just the loveliest djr*. Pw- S ? shiR waiting, too, in sight, , w?' i To sail for " " " 2" "?8 ' J? . . | _ "Ho; you are noti? ft- :<: To-night in some weird hut Pjl Wk ?5? Yoid; her hollow hands sff_~ They have not even a rose to** i A light is dyingat her heady, .K. -<"v And she is happy?being de^{ ? ' V; | , GAMING MEN OF O- Jl Statesmen, Orators and |^SODher5i ^ 1 *Vh<> Were Addicted fS?--f ? . [Cincinnati Enqop? ' S Said Charles James F??10 ataidff and1.?ra* >" sg | The greatest p]*?e 111 is ii * to play and win, the iJr0 P*a7 aad i f lose* He was one of t$*5av*esfc gamj bler^of tho age of Pittfk^ke, Gib" ^ f 1?n sknd Home. Car16 cens0r? ? whoni Addison lmw^s. gambled, f . o | Coquilart, a poet dfe3*10.0' of ; * t } grief tr having lost a$&. ?...

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. — 11 January 1884

^ - Sr K .. I :ckan5 is very busy Fitz John Porter case, jf the old soldier will lit to the attention of .1 g the present session. the German socialist pent ten years in prison mes and countries in Euild be a good thing for mvui ?m.vcv Jk/i ViVOCV-5 iv je remained in prison per.vugusta Chronicle says that >r iliiler, of New York, has ten > the influence that Mr. Coukling Perhaps so, but certainly it must w in a very quiet. anostentations way. Very few people will be able to conclude as the Chronicle. Mr. Malleck warns the English aristocracy and plutocracy that if they do not presently relax their grip upon t he laboring poor, the English mob may prove move enduring but not less formidable, when -roused, than the French mob. m CM Amokg the immigrants lately arrived in California is an eighteen-year-old boy from Canada who measures seven foot in height and weighs two hundred pounds. He cheated considerable excitement on landing in San Francisco, where he was mistaken for the Ch...

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 January 1884

;mw, INTELLIGENCE; <WlSl^S$OAV, January 9, ' '1884. o t'r^; ,* ? _ v\r A<!v?*rtiiiemeQti>. Preparatory?J. L. Mimnanglu Head the new advertisement of B. Sagenheitner. Final: Dlsch4rge-Jas. i| Brice, Qwitified Executor. - - ! Notice?Saml. D. Pant. Summons?Jas. H. Rion, Plaintiff's Attorney; I.o :t. IJrlcfK. ?All the bar-rooms in town were duly closed gp t?n the 31st nit. ; ?Penmanship taught, photographs taken anrJ,|sigus painted artistically by Prof DeUerradora. * ?Don't fail, when you come to town, to call at the office of The News ? and Herald, and pay your snbscrip- j \ t tiou. 5?pities from "Blaekstoek^repprt ^ sno w^ix'inches deep? ^S>? coJd;wn*e from the Northwest has evideirtly reached us. . - - ; ' i - * * ?Cel. Jas. H. Riou-has been Reelected a director pf the Central National Bank of Coinuibja. The bank is in a flourishing condition. ?Monday was sales-day, and not* * " "" ' - - - ^ ^ m[ witijstandingjiie; sovorrtf or m&weani- j cr.ihere'was ^" lai^c ercuvd i...

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. — 11 January 1884

wb?m?mm?motembtt ctttt i nrvin ni: i at VILLAW5 KUliN. Why the Great Railroad Magnate Finally Succumbed. Of ?11 lilt Wealth Absolutely Xoth Ins Left?Sacrificing his own Money to Fifhl the Wall street Attack on Northern Pacific. New Yobk, Jan. 3.?The ruin of Hcnry V illard, the great roan to -whose untiring fcoergy the Northern Pacific owes whatever of success it has attained, is complete and irretrievable. His vast prepcrties, aggregating possibly ten million dollars, have been swallowed up in the insatiable maws of the ?iv.it enterprises he had under way and was supporting. In fact the case is a parallel one witn t&at 01 Jay uooKe, ms preaecessor m t is?- presidency of th8 Northern Pacific, and I-.:- prototype as a failing railroad magnate. j. i eporter visited the palatial residence at Fiftieth street and Madison avenue, until vi.hina few days ago the property of Mr. Viiiard, and in which he now occupies"a sinr glu floor through the suffranee of his credit. -:^ The reporter sa...

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 January 1884

/ . ?????? ' -'* * 1? : ? ? T7~~~ T~ winnsboro, s. c., Wednesday, January ie, 1884 MAUD AND THE ROSES, [New York Journal.] TYithin the elaborately furnished parlor of a palatial Fifth avenue residence. ' ? ir* /Irtinf-r oHrV uer uauity xcco m uaxuuj pors of violet colored silt, sat Maud L'Acquilton, the eberislied child of.fortune. Beared in the lap of luxury she was ignorant of the trials arid sorrows which beset the busy mart where men battle for bread. In her hand she held the picture of a young man -who, like ? herself, had been rGared amid scenes oi elegant ailiuence. Mauu was a sweet-faced girl and was loved by all who knew her. There was o?% fori r7 pr r> in llCI great blue eyes, a soft, tender, jet -withal a linn expression in the slight compression of her lips, and a defiuiteness, as it were, in tho character of her face irhich stamped her as a woman whose compassionate'" nature was under the control of a high order of intelligence. As she sat before the parlor grate, he...

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 January 1884

fmm?da??d????a??? THE NEWS AND HERALD. WLKXSBORO, S. C. - r - ? WEDNESDAY, January 16. : : : 1884. : v/?. S. BEYSOLltS. ) y Euiroiis. Hit IS. A. DOVGLASS.) a Western man savs most of the: t elements these clays are put up jobs i t?> avoid the expense of costly wed-! CJoverxou Thompson has offered a reward of 8100 for the arrest of Cornr lius N. Baker, who is charged with lutviiig killed his son-in-law, James J. Chestnut, in Horry county, on Christln::. clay. He is at large and cannot Ik- found. Chestnut's father has offered i a ivward of S2o for iJakers apprcnen61011. IIenry Gkgrge is now traveling through England and Ireland .011 a lecturing tour. In his lecture in London, several nights since, 011 "Poverty and Progress", he said that "the struggle for equal rights in land must came in England as it was sure to come in America." Mr. George contends, with Herbert Spencer and oth er.?, that private property in land is unjust. Prince Bismarck is preparing to tnm another screw upon ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 16 January 1884

r i.iii'Al. INTELLIGENCE.WEDSES'MY. January 16. : : ' 1884. ; New York Herald. ft. Bovles. J. P. Viiaitvii v Pateuts?Muun & Co. "Bruscoe"? Hays & Rutland. Piano to Rent?'J'. T. Robertson. Clerk's Sales- W. H. Kerr, Clerk. Sheriff's Sales?Jno. D. MeCarley, Sheriff. Store to Rent?Calvin Brice, Administrator. ?? ?; Ilriefs. ?The schools throughout the county | have ?gain opened and boih teachers L-- ? I and pupils are once more suuu m ?The lawyers arc busy preparing for the February term of the court. The civil docket will be somewhat heavier than usual. -^The snow is *ow nearly all gone, J and in a few da- ? more the "weather t under foot" w?l be better and more ? agreeable for locomotion. ?The for er residence of Mr. A. P. Miller-u Libertv street, adver.j tised to be >'>ld on last Monday, the nr ii j 7th inst., v-'i purchaaea uy air. ?*. ?. Kerr. ?Penmanship taught, photographs Kiien and, signs painted artistically by Prof DeHerradora. * ?The town clock is in running or...

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. — 16 January 1884

DENOUNCED. ! The Ohio Democrats who 3etrayed Pendleton. Bewailing the Sncccsx of t&c Syndirale?The Col umbos Time*' DIsa?trouK Forebodlngt? Speculations. New York, Jan. 1C ?"There is a calm today." says tlie Columbus, O., correspondent of Tue Times, "and the hoodlums that have (Ixt.-i. howling for the past ten days for 'Payne ft*: i reform1 have nearly all left the city." T:ie spccial continues: "The legislature, w.,rathe bulk of t'.ie 'swag' went, has rosum. <1 its duties as alleged holiest men, to formulate Jaws ror ttio pumsnmen; 01 i-ruuv. !i<j:Ii Mr. Pendleton and Gen. Durbin "Ward :i re for their respective homes tonight, th. former completely worn ouc because of ti c- tyn:oil of the past ten days. Oliver Payne,- the treasurer of the Standard Oil company, and John R. McLean., with The Enquirer agitation, have also departed, but have left marks behind which will not soon be obliterated. Congressmen Lefevre and P;t> :jo are being severely handled, and the fu :aer is...

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 January 1884

>- 1 vT . - * : K ' " t ' ' " _ ? , ^ . WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JAMJAEY 23, 1884. ; ??? 1 ' % \ > CITY OF COLUMBUS I : A Tntal Wreck on Devil's ! Ridge Rocks. ...... I ONE HUNDKED LIVES LOST. i I > * \ The Steamer Goes Down in Ten Minutes. i ^ at.r. the boats swamped. One-third of the Passengers Women : and Children?Harrow!ns Scene* of the Fearftil Disaster?Only Twenty-three Saved ? The Captain's Statement?List of the Lost and Saved. Boston, Jan. 19.?The steamer City of Cchimbos, of the Savannah lice, sailed from this port at S o'clock Thursday night. Sho went ashore on Devil's reef, off Gray Head, Martha's vineyard, at S o'clock yesterday morning: and is rapidly breaking up. One hundred passengers were washed overboard ! and" drowned. Another Accon&c. New Bedford, Mass., Jan. 19.?The crew numbered forty five and the passenger list eighty. The revenue cutter Samuel Dexter arrived at New Bedford last evening with seventeen survivors, and sis are known to be [ J- <...

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 January 1884

THE KBW&JlSD HERALD, "s WIKXSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY. January 23, : : : 1584. s?rW./. S. &J5YS OZ&S. ) w v Editoks. CIl IS. J. DOUGLASS,) The Duke of Argyll has made public his intention of writing a reply to Henry George's work on "Poverty and Progress/'.^ . ? <- VAwmAii^ i^EJiATOK IiLUIUAUS, VI Itiuiuui) expresses the opinion the whole twen... tyrfour hoars are not long enough for - the work of the President?that, in ?" ?tct, his duties are enough to keep ten men bcsy? :. % The New York World says of the ... Ohio Senatorship: "Mr. Pendleton is not without his good qualities, but he has failed to make himself a leader in Ohio. He is affable, bnt not robust enough in tone fox* the Democratic masses." Governor Hoadly, of Ohio, who was inaugurated on Monay has not yet so fully recovered his health as to con??<]pr himself entirelv well. "Some ' days," he savs, "I can walk firmly ami easily, and on the others I can't g^alohg so well. There were about one thousand five1 h...

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. — 23 January 1884

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. . [ 1; ** " TFEDXES:^/.V. January 23, : : : !8S4. ' - - I < * .idvu.'tisjnients. To the Public?R. T. ilatthcws. Noticc?J. It. Boyle?, Jr.difC of Fro- j bate. j Dissolution?D. A. Heiulrix & Co. j Sheriff's Sales?Jno. D. McCarley, i S. F. C. School Books?County Board of ? Examiners. Notice?Caldwell & Lauderdale. r'ju-ii ?.t_ a. lirlco. Guar dian. Notice?I. X. Wither?, Clerk ofCotiucil. ?Mr. J. L. Mimnaugh was in town on Friday. ?The Chester Bulletin has takon on anew and handsome ueading. ?A little snow fell on Sunday night, but all disappeared by daylight. a WIQ/V vr?cn* JL IIU IVJtAUIICi 5 ?UVU1V4 i Vxtw*. wiv * lutions adopted by the Board of Examiners. ?A fully attended and very enjoyable dance in the Thespian Hall on Tuesday night. ?Representative R. T. Mockbee, of Chester county, was in town 011 business on Monday. He is looking hale and hearty. -?Pine stamping for any kind of embroidery executed in arwstu; si vie by Prof. DeHerradora. * ?Cold, cle...

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 January 1884

jMIMBMWMM?BMWM?BMBCa .twice massed. ? /M\ MA?lA TW ?1A !" v?i fiapi, J. ut ou ?uw "I know you are, AUsie, but we roust keep on tall we reach the mountain ' .J-.s_vzaamma up there?** asked the j&lA; then with a wistful glance at her ' feth r: "Do you thiafcr she will be glad - foseeus,-] a^a?" "Glad to see you, I hope, but?oh, ^ A: I *."e. you; must-ask her to forgive me." 'ihere was a slight quiver in th? toan's voice, and the child, although not- comprehending the cause of it, laid her sm3.ll hand on his coat sleeve ? :?-it-TV.OTT "Wilii a SJ UiJJUlULt: UtU MIUW. Jtur; wii'ked on for some time without speakin then she broke the silence, saying: "Vapa, -why is mamma angry with 4; yo i? I will not love her if she is not good to you, for I love you dearly? dtsrlj." . . uLet ns sit here awhile, Ailsie. and I . ill endeavor to make you understand all about it." She obeyed, glad of an opportunity I to resther tired limbs. Crossing her . hands on her lap, she looked up into , his face...

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. — 30 January 1884

' ( *, ^ ?s. V-~ " "* - a* ^ v? $ . v . --=.' v^sfc-v T ,-.r?^ * S.- .>*.'- v. "* ^ ==??f""" '' IP 1^"? 1^.' __ ~ === . J. _?_ WINNSBORO, S. 0., WEDapBA^, JAMJARY 30,1884. ^ '^""" 1 i; False to His First r Love. y^J- ; ? There were not a few people in the circle of Beatrice Latham's friends who shook their heads doubtfully when the news was announced of her engagement to Mr. Robert Headley, lieutenant in her majesty's service, after an acquaintance of only three weeks. It was easy to talk about love at first sight, to assert that in this brief space of time they had reached a degree of intimacy _ which many happily married people had failed to achieve in three years, to point out that his antecedents were as completely satisfactory as his presence, > ? 3?- - J x. -u? "WHICH no one aeiueu. w uv a?u^ujLa??j straightforward and winning. In spite of all plausibilities, two sets of cavillers remained?those men and girls, namely, who were jealous either of him or her, and those few ...

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. — 30 January 1884

THE NEWS AND HERALD. . : wnnfSBOBO, s. c. * . _ _ . TrrnVT?CT\ *lf tannoiw -1C81 ao. s. reynolds. ) v. . > editors. ,-r/r.is. a. i>orglass,) Tiik national executive committee of tli" Prohibition party have decided to hold a national convention to nominate Presidential candidates for the apj.ronching election. The conveution will meet early in May at Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, Earnest efforts arc now being made in Georgia to modify the Ifaiiroaa Commission Act of that State. It is forcibly contended by many that its strict iron-clad provisions are doing damage to the railroad industries of the State, and driving capital away. A bill is now pending in the National House of Representatives to erect a United States Court House in Greenville. Prominent citizens of Greenville and several of our influential Congressmen are laboring diligentI., /s/vauva rvoecooro nioQQnrp l\ IV dl'tuiy 1W v will probably pass. Counsel for the ku-klux prisoners of Georgia arc before the United States Sup...

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. — 30 January 1884

i LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. January 30, : : 18S4. - ' - ?? Advertisements. Notice to Teachers?M. B. McMas ter, Secretary. Annual Report?Jas. Q. Davis, Treasurer. Notice?Elizabeth Wilson. Just Received?R. M. Huey. Notice?I. N. Withers?Clerk of Council. Restaurant?Frederick Boldt. Extraordinary Opportunity?A. Wil. liford & Co. J . oca I Criers. ?There were services in all the churches on Sunday. ? hnvfi been ?Tile passeiigui qnite regular of late. ?Those persons who wish to have I early vegetables should begin their JnBL garden work at once. H B ?Several of our citizens aregriev" ing over the loss of their collardsby the recent severe weather. ?George H. McMaster, Esq., returned home on Tuesday from Ocala, Florida, where he had been on- a visit for some weeks. ?Penmauship taught, photograpns taken and, signs painted artistically by Prof DeHerradora. * ?A veteran Boro sport has been lately christened by his "chums" as I "Old Socks". What the significance? ?Ridgeway claims to b...

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. — 30 January 1884

nL,y ,, ... . . LAME ON ME ISSUES. I A Question of Verad ty Between Kiefer and His dlerk. toad Consreumen ai Exvenslve a* (lie Llvins?Shades of Schepck at the Capital?The Porter Debate ?Mr. New?? Resignation. Washington, Jan. '25. ?The,letter which Relator Lutn^r wrote tb^~Cominonwea5tfc c!u*> of Philadelphia regreft?6jj his inabflity to attend the Carlisle.reception, is now for the first time made p^'btid concluding paragraph is as followsi "The paramount jst?ue before the cohntrJ:jp still the refona ol the national government from its sectionaiUsurpation and corruption. The great want of the country is peace ajjd administrative reform. T? accomplish this great end oJ admistrative reform all true democrats, all patriots, -whether of democratic 01 rcjjublican antecedents, who are willing tc co-operate, should, whatever may bs thair | differences on other questions, unite to elect a democratic president. The union of the democracy for the good of th& Union is the first step to...

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. — 6 February 1884

WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1884. ICE BO^DS BURSTING. Property Endangered by Melting Ice and Swollen Rivers. (Twelve Barge* and a Steamer Ton i from TStelr Fart?nlosa in Pennsylvania?People Driven from j norKomet by tn? water. I I Phtsbueo, Feb. l?The ice on the Yongh? iogWjv and Upper Monongahela rivers has tnrokoi np. River men generally had made preparations for the protection of their propflrty, bat, notwithstanding their precautions, : * wor ^ An a "NTflflr Eliza- I beth, twelve barges were swept away. The steamer Oella broke Iqo e, Sbe struck a pier of the bridge and stove in her cabin. Several attempt* -were made to poll her ashore, but j the cummt was too strong. The men aban- : doned B?r and came "ashore. The dam at Leonards was completely swept away. Froi& Burgottgtown oomes the report that many families were driven out of their homes and that many homes were ruined.' At "West ? Newton and Broadford the Baltimore and Ohio railroad tracks are covered with w...

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. — 6 February 1884

rTEE NEWS MP HERALD, WTNNSBOBO, S. C. WEDNESDAY. February 6. : : : 1884. 83^ vo. 8. REYNOLDS. ) sbbp* y editobs. ^ cms. A. DOUGLASS.) Queen Victoria is a monomaniac ?subject, John Brown. The Greenville News is authorized to state that Col. W. H. Perry would not, under any circumstances, permit his name to be presented as a candidate for the office of Governor. Thf. Kentucky senatorial deadlock continues. Williams, Blackburn and Sweeney are holding each other at arm's length, and the conclusion is about reached that a dark horse will be a necessity. Ex-General Fostee, of Ohio, says the Ohio delegation will go to the Kepublican convention without any special candidate, but to deliberate and go for the strongest man. He says Arthur is not one of the probabilities. * Sullivan, the slugger, was received in San Francisco by six thousand enthusiastic admirers. His ovation was inore pronounced than the one tendered General Hancock upon his arrival on the coast several weeks ago. Boston ough...

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. — 6 February 1884

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. I WEDNESDAY. February ?, r : i 1884. e? Advertisements. Notice?W. K. Garrison. " " ? - JNOtlce?J^ase Cu uwuei. To Lease?T. L- Balow. Good News?Connor & Chandler. Strayed or Stolen?W. M. Harden. At Reduced Prices?M, L. Knard. 4 Great Bankrupt Sale?A. "Williiord & Co. Bissolntion?Gooding & Elliott. i Local Brief*. - v I ?The depot ana tne warcnousu un; i - beginning to be well filled with guanos. ; ' ?The cotton buyers have little to do nowadays. The crop is about sold. ?A number of cases of pneumonia are leported from the northwestern portion of the county. ?No damage of auy consequence (" has been done the grain crop in the . Feasterville section the county. ? ?Penmanship taught, photographs j ctffno rvaintp/? ftrKfiffoslIv bv ^ MUiPtt QilUj ^ , Prof DeHerradora. * ( ?Hereafter the key to the reading room will be found at the store of Mr. ( ; &. L. Mimnartgh. ( ?Hie agreement of the bar has no reference to criminal cases. "Wit- ( nesses in crimina...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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