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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 5 March 1884

THE COMING CANDIDATE. SOME SPECULATIONS ABOUT THE NEXT PRESIDENCY. Xtrongest, bat Divided?Some Talk of the "OldTie-et". A General Review of the Siliittlon. [Letter to the Charlotte Obterter.] Washington, Febrnary 23.?It is l.'liii-ago aud July 8. Last night and to*tay the subject of the convention and its nominees >9 very freely debated in all quacters. The general feeling is one of satisfaction, althongh there are xmiic who still think that two conventions ought not to be held in the same place the same year. St. Lonis men arc naturally sore and attribute theirdefcat to two causes?the fear of Tilden's nomination and theopen support of the Morrison men. McDonald scores a victory in the choice of Chicago, but it is not such a one as secures the final victory. Really the place will have little effect upon the nomination, for it i* everywhere conceded that if Tilden works "for the nomination he can get it withont much trouble. It is also conceded that if nominated, cipher dispatches...

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. — 12 March 1884

^ ^ ^ . t _ 11 " ^ "r'' '""*""^' jjjj WINNSBORQ, S. C.,?yE^pggAY^MABCH 1-2, 1884. . , ' ; ^v, 1 ; "Going Up Head." Tbe low school house stood in a green Wa- i bash wood i Lookin' out on long- levels of corn like a , sea? A little log house, hard ?enches, and we, i B:jj barefooted bays, and rough 'uns, vre I .*Voi r " : ~ In line' tilth the gals, and tried to get'bead ; At spellin'each day wheu the lessons was ! said. But one, Bally Dean, tall, bony and green j gJWU mill IU tw U11I1H Otwii ?iwv , foot? ) Stood day rifter day, as if he'd been put _ A soldier on gunrd there, did poor.Bally j Dean, 1 i Vf And stupid! God made him so stupid I j doubt? ' But I puess God who made us knows what ' \ He's about. - j He'd a lonz way to walk. But he wouldn't i once taik ; Of that, nor tLc chores for his mother who lay A*b?k o'?U onie-. StiU, ,4jay after day He-Ff<5od- at the foot'till the class 'gan to | mock! t ? . | Then to mss:er he plead, "Ob, I'd like-to go head." . ?... i Now, it wasn'...

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. — 12 March 1884

* TSE SEWS MD HEBALD. WINNSBOBO, S. 0. _ . WBDKCSDAT. Masth J*. : : : : 18S4. o >. *. cEryoiM^ > V ?erroxs. \ VII.IS. d. DOUGLASS.) ? - II enut Ikvisg says of Niagara Falls: **I was sins ply astounded and overawed by their majesty and grandeur." John Bright has publicly disclaimed a!l sympathy with Henry George and ' olIters of his stripe, who are seeking to abolish all property in land. Matthew Arnold has about finished his lecturing tour on this side of the Atlantic, and his friends say that he is disgasted with America and Americans. Representative Ochiltree is said to be altogether disgusted with Bis. tnarck, who he declares is in liis dotage. "As for Mr. Lasker," he adds, "he was a great man and a friend of mine, ] have been a guest at his honse in Germany, and his brother lives in my town in Texas." The Philadelphia Record ventures upon thefollowiiis: remarks: If Mr? TiIiIjui cKauM rKo nrp WAnl(? Rorrv, bnt it would only cut dowu the Democratic majority in New York owe v...

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. — 12 March 1884

m <00 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WZ3>XESDAY. March 12. : : t 18S4. ?w AdT?rtls?menti. TncKPftnw?T. "V- Withor*. Sealed Proposals?J. R. Boyles, Clerk. For State Senator?Countryman. Citation?J. R. Boyles, Judge of Probate. 5Tatch?J. L. Mimnangb. f To Sofferers of the Cyclone?A. Williford & Co. Road Notice?J. R. Boyles, Clerk. TWAM??W/\I{!aw TITO illiui UiaUVll TT OMWUi Local Briefs. ?It seems that the rumor that Judge Geo. S. Bryan will soon resign, is without foundation. ?The dry administration in Blackstock is reported to be working well and smoothly. ?The Salvo Ethiopian Band is at ? * * * mt. A _ J5iacKscocK now. ?ue ain^uio oiuS | ^ and the Doctor talks, alternately. - ?Penmanship taught, photographs taken and, signs painted artistically by Prof DeHerradora. * ?Our Devil is anxious 10 sell the printing office towels. Persons needing mourning goods would do well to consult him. ?The north-bound passenger train was some hours late on Sunday?owing to a break in the track between ...

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. — 12 March 1884

CASH AND HIS BLOODY WORK. STTBTH CAKOtTXA NTBIGH. Z V* ^ T":BOSS TALK OK V3? CBI31E. ^ ; j | ; * "Hr1"* ' J i - LiiTi. Further Details of the Murder and What Followed?I* One of th? Conntie* of Jtoath Carolinastt&e 3Cercy of a B?ckleM ?lh1 Irresponsible Oatlaw? ?^Thef^WSdestlj^LN. G., InltlUgtncer insft^Ster alluding to it? a^u?tj>r<?yjt>usly given, of liie killing: of the town marshal of Clieraw, by W. B. Cash, gives the following ad^ ^tRSottal psi^cftlctfs oOliV aSalr: "On Saturday he went to Clieraw, submitted and paid bis line- -forty dollars. ?^Pterioigr8b^^-beiiig iust as well as tave,_was satisfied, declined to i>roseiJand-ea^i-essed.; himself as "fcfc ;&ej?atterdrop, -- And so 'if <liii dron. Cash remained in town . Mixec^ boass, atite?drog to terta in * ^ ntuMoerirt andfttppeared. unosu'aftyuquiet and circumspect. He pai^sed the marshal several times during the day,, bnt ;juade., demuc$ir*tioiv jnid tlje.ajjearsbat to believe that he "Rad nothing to ap...

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. — 19 March 1884

ip r i . ^^y' ^ . WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDI^ESBAY, MABCH 19, 1884. /_ " r - I . ' ' m. t . ^ rj*3| " 1 j?' ** < Nothing to Lose. philosopher tells me that free from all care Is the man who Is penniless, homeless, and bare, Unbound by the tics of relation or friend No poeftien Co-boid and no-rights to defend; From onr common anxieties being: thui t ' freed, I Haying- nothing to lose, he is happy indeed. Ho may wander at ease through tho busiest ?**" streets. With a smile at the carc-worried crowd thai v he meets. And'in thought on his neighbor's pofcscsatoM M regale, Wk' While no worries perplex him, no trouble! DA assail; I Of all doubts and depression his mind must be clear? ; Having nothing to lose, he has nothing tc fear. . * I have pondered a while on the words of my ' friend. At a loss to perceive where their meaning might tend. For I wondered in troth bow the man could be blest ?.* Who was minus the gifts of which all are ii quest. But at last So my full comprehension'til show...

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. — 19 March 1884

V * i i ??mm?afcBMBtfaa? THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINXSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY. March 19. : : : : 1SX4. SXO. 5. REYNOLDS, ) ' " W .Editors. fHfJS J. DOUGLASS.) Tilden "wiH not down"! Cash thinks it is a dreadful condition of affairs when a gentleman can't ] sI?oot a policeman without interference. Wm. H. Vandbrbilt is reported as Saying that he is worth about $200,-, 000,000, and that his income is $12,000,000 a year. i Bogan Cash, hereafter to be softened down to Bogie, will become the great bng-a-boo of the children of Chesterfield county. The Augnsta Chronicle says: "The Atlanta Constitution says that Cash conld carry South Carolina." Almost """ any State could be carried by cash. aa The trouble in the Soudan seems to | have originated out of the efforts upon the part of Egypt to suppress the slave traffic, which was largely carried on,1 and was the chief source of income to some of the Sheiks. General Gordon has acknowledged that his peace mission in the Soudan is a failure, and that ...

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. — 19 March 1884

^ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. fe WEDNESDAY. Xareh 19. ! ISM H "* "cw AdTertliemcati. |H Attorney at Law?M. Brown Mas' Master. wj- Ont of the Jaws of Death?Brewer's ' . Long Restorer. Citation?J. R. Bovles, Judge of Probate. - ~ Clerk's Sale?W. H. Kerr, Clerk. Sheriff's Sale?Jno. D. McCarley, S. P. C. l ocal Briefs. ?The trial justices seem to be kept pretty busy these days. ?The Clerk of Court has still plenty to do, in recording agricultural liens and chattel mortgages. r' ?Among the guests at the Purim ball lately given in Charlotte, was >' Miss Ida Sugenheimer, of Winnsboro. ?A new and handsomely painted sign has been placed upon the west ^ r ^ side of the Duvall House. ?We had a very heavy shower of rain on Wednesday morning. It reminded one of summer-time. ?Mr. M. C. Robertson, formerly of Winusboro, is mentioned as a probabie candidate for Secretary of State. ?Penmanship taught, photographs t taken and, signs painted artistically by Prof DeHerradora. * ?The rain seemed to have exha...

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. — 19 March 1884

T . - / i m ir?ufcu??mmmmmmmmmm COL. tJASH IN COURT. PKOCEEDI>*GS OX THE WRIT OF HABEAS COKPUS. Affidavits Shoeing the Prisoner's Connection with the Killing of Kicbards?Released on Ball in Twenty-five Hundred Dollars. On Thursday last Col. E. B. C. Cash was brought before Chief Justice Simpson, uuder a writ of habeas corpus, directed to the sheriff of Richland county. The prisoner was represented by Messrs. Y. J. Pope, R. C. Watts and B. "\V. Ball, while Attorney-General Miles and Solicitor Newton ap~ Av? CfA^A puiiruu 1U1 fcuc A number of affidavits were submitted, among them one by Governor Thompson settiug forth the grounds of his action in connection with the efforts to arrest W. B. Cash- The Governor states that he received a letter from a member of the grand jury of Chesterfield, setting "forth the circumstances of ihe killing* of Richards, and suggesting that the Executive take some aciion. On the 29th of February the following telegram was received by the Governor at 11 ...

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. — 26 March 1884

V* Wv'**' a ^ ':' ?^p w ** .. ?: * V - - , i . m* ? | ? ' ^ ^| r" ^ | ^ ^ f WmfSBORO, S C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26,1884. . " " - ??^ Melody of Musical Maidens. 3*11 *]ag you a sonz of six musical maidens. Whose lives have been long with a cruel decadence. the first, a too frisky, bold girl, christened Scherzo. i , M Once flirted her skirts so?at least, they as sert so? She angered her nervous old chum, Aggie r Tato, First cousin, though weaker, to strong Annie ifato. And then there's a lovely fair maid, Aii7 Oso, i Ann Dante, sedate, and Imposing Mae Stoso. How I tell a tale of six lachrymose lovers; | W ~f A languishing love In their hearts there still hovers. Qe first Is a soft-hearted lad. Con Amore, I A very good friend to the tad Con Dolore, ! ' Precise and exact is the prim Ben Marcato, , And then there's a snappish old boy, Pizzie Cato. Another is gentle, retiring Cal Ando, Jxxst like his first cousin, the mild Alice Tando. Alas for these lovers 1 Confiding affection f Was doome...

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. — 26 March 1884

Pfvw'-'- ' * ^ r ' >' THE NEWS AND HERALD. vto^tsboko,STC. .... ?r{ "U'l.DXESDAY. Marth 26= : : : : 18*4. - S. JL&TSOZJDS. O' - \ . \v/ ,vv'\ s^"x r, ^rJ~r*SC~- ViCLS A. dOVGJjJLS&iV - ' ' - "- " ??r i . - -' " v. """ : v. ~'1'1" Mayor Ruktt andex^Maror OTfoaleart; the only candidates out for the ]K?^itiou of Mayor of Colombia. *- one of the leading physicians of Columbia, died at his residence in that city on Jast-ifonday; the 17th inst. V ; We notice that Henry Ward Beecher recommends Pear's Soap. If Pear's Soap will wash Henry Ward Beecher clean, what will it not do for sinners less $e&piy dyed? y o?. \f. Q. Marshall has recently ' published a card in the Colombia . ? . ? Jiegister. declining to be a candidate for inayor of Colombia. He was some days ago placed in nomination for that % position through the columns of the ' Register. Mayor Bhett will doubtless " be renominated without serious oppo ? sition. . Dahlokega, Ga., has a lawyer to every 150 inhabitants, a ...

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. — 26 March 1884

" LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY, it arch 26. : : ! J18S4. ev Advertisements. Cheap Groceries?D. A. Hendrix. "Wanted?Jas. R. Stirling. S. C. Medical Association? John Forrest, M. D., Secretary. Local Briefs. ?Wednesday was windy, showery and generally disagreeable. . r ?The recent cyclone did damage in * ? i? iv:. sxxieen counties iu iu? ou>ie< ?Now is the time to plant your spring and summer advertisements. ?Monday, the 17th inst., was St. Patrick's Day, and it was celebrated tin Charleston with pomp and parade. ?The work on the Associate Reformed church is almost completed, and it will soon be ready for use again. t * ?Penmanship taught, photographs tjakenand, signs painted artistically by < . Prof DeHerradora. * ?The State papers memtion that measles prevails to a great extent among the Cadets of the Citadel j i ?Messrs. A. Williford & Co. now 1 have in front of their dry goods establishment an elegantly painted and | attractive sew sign. ?An important meeting of the ...

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. — 26 March 1884

9 ~TB? t"8ESUENTI A? B ACE. . ' / " ' : ;. . - Z^L SEE MING CONFUSION IN AIX POLITI_ CAI, QUAKXEKS. -Ttl den Strongest, But Out of the Race?McDonald and Morrison, and their Chances ?Who will be the Kepublican Candidate ? [SptciniTto t7ie Philadelphia Time*. ] Washington, March 18.--There is just as much confasion iir political circles of Washington as there is everywhere else, and probably more f hon lift nl TKAMA r>?r#n VUUli iU Ok/Ui^ y.'OV^Cd* J. LI CI C 19 l?v of succcssful concentration on either Side toward any one man. Tilden is strongest among the Democrats, and probably stronger than be otherwise would be but for the fact that all know the party can't afford to nominate him for a funeral. He is a safe half-way house where doubtful men can linger uutil they see what direction to move - with fbe' best ^ros^cts of success. Beyond Tildeir, "theDemocrats are entirely at sea- McDonald has practically faded out, if ever he had any substance as a candidate. He was ostentatiously...

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 April 1884

' s. -^8 - " **y - , _ 8JJC5 ~* ^ - ? ' - - -., - .. . . '. ~ ' WINNSBOKO, S. C., rai)KES?I)A?, APm 2, 1884. ;i;..:^; ': ''M .4 ... I . ' ^-*T- TI A iTrvmo , , , ; The Family Ghost. At the Old Manor House and ancestral Hall, Where the ivy climbs over the gable-end wall, A Rookery lends the domain a charm. And the rats and the mice, within-door swarm: And, time out of mind, as the talk bath been, There's a spectral Thing to be heard and seen. 0, the Family Ghost! O, the Family Ghost! A sound, as it were, of a rustling train, L. That sweeps into the chambers and out | Byjk again, Wr And anon there appcareth an ancient dape, I Like a figure stept out of a p >ture frame, In a stomacher, frill and farthingale, And her eyes glimmer through au antiqus I lace-veiL O, the Family Ghostl 0, the Family Ghostl There'- room where the Ghost is siren to keep, 60 In that one apartment that none dare sleep. No man-servant, maid-servant, girl, or groom, __ Will advent ore a night in the Hannted Boo...

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. — 2 April 1884

aot-at m rn nmnamftmiimkm THE NEWS AND HERALD. " WJ?PTNSBORO. S. C. %VK?DES1>AT. April 2. : : : : TS84. ? URYXOLTfS. ) _ v. V XuITOhS. ,1. ?0CGZAS5.) ! " i*wKSU*KST Arthur is using all the resource? in his power to sccure deleI'ak-s to tlie N;rfional Convention in his own interest. It is this which induces him to retain Paul Strobach as marshal im Alabama when he has been rejected by the Senate. ? Oscar "Wildu, the hairy herald of ae-tfieticisin, having- coined a sufficiency for subsistence in this country, is ?i?w HMwlinc a lecture throusrh Enir laud that is devoted to running down American people. He characterizes Americans as being the noisest people fn the world; they are always in a hurry, and the national occupation is train catching. ess* ? - b m a mass meeting on the tariff question was held in Tammany Hail last Friday night. Mr. Bayard and Mr. Carlisle had been expected, but were not present- Mr. Bayard sent a letter, in which lie said it was the duty of the ^ Democratic...

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. — 2 April 1884

I$3> , . . V l [ ' " I ' \ ' - LOCAL iNTELLIG^. ^ y "WJEDXES DA Y. April 2, . ^ l8s4' f* Advertisements. C ' t -r A Few Words. ?. r \ ' Dry Goods?J. L. MimnjhSpring and Summer?Lemuels. v Nomination for County {jamissioncr. : , ' t i ocal Briers. ?The- sonth-bonnd pa^Jger train was an hour late on Snudi last. ?Seventeen candidates*)' the county offices in Anderson hasmadd'their v J; announcements to the pec^e?Penmanship taught, holographs ^afceuand, signs painted "tfstically by y fProf DeHerr&dora.~ . . ' '* * ^ a ?Sew , subscribei-s tcfthe weekly News avd -"TFicrii.tv s&e>l to come in ^ ? pairs. We had twomorfon Tuesday h ' last. - J L ?13i*..Cierk of the.i^nrfc has iu rVy^ r ? dexed'iu his office to J^ril 1 2,450 i agricolfcnral liens, as aginst 2,333 of even date last year. } r ?Fine stamping for'any kind of ^ embroidery executed in artistic style by Prof. DeHerradora. * ?The Rev. A. , Coke Smith, of Colombia, has consented to deliver the i * - anniversary address at...

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. — 2 April 1884

. A'iffiijE JffiBELLIOX. 1 . - > ? CINCISXAtt TftE SCENE OF A '?1SORACEFUfc A>? BLOODY RIOT. ft 1, x J""*' - ' - - f j / i - ; ; 1 - ^ li?* Populace Aroased by as Oulrageons Y??rdict of a Jary?Tlie Jail Surrounded by the MoU~ Xbe Militia aiuIEoiiceX'-ae Arm* with Deadly Effect-- Wbat Uocame of tli? Murderer. C'lXCiXKATi, March 28?The indignation of the people here at the verdict of the jm-y; who convicted Berber, a coju^sed murderer, of manslaughter ?>i?ly has been growing hourly greater ever since the verdict was rendered. Te-i'right an indignation meeting, wis he Id, at which ten thousand persons wore present, and when the meeting adjourned the people, by a common impulse, ^moved on Thirteenth attest,' when shoutsbegan to be uttered, "To the jail!" The vast crowd moved directly to 1hc jail, wijere they be?ran an attack on the front doors. At 9 40 p. in. the ri<?t alarm was sounded* .snminouuig rtieeiitirc police" force to the jail, vast* ^'"crowds of people gathering i...

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. — 9 April 1884

WIN^NSBOBO, S. APl&jL 9, 1884^~~ ^ T ~ - - - - Laconics From Lucile. Time is a fiction and" limits not fate. ! Thought alone is etcrnaL Time thralls it in vain. For the thought that springs upward and r" . yearns to regain The pare source cf spirit there is not too late. r Thou didst not shun death; shun not life: 'Tis more brave to Jive than to die. . Honest love, honest sorrow, eX -' > Honest work for the day, honest hope for the k . The heart they bavo saddened, the life they leave dreary. h^^Iush! the seven-fold heavens to the voice of Hseho^ ?Ee that o'ercometh shall all things Heo stream from its sourco [lows seaward, bow lonely soever its course, But what some land is gladdened. No star |Rnd set, without influence somewhere. IBjfSc man wco seeks one trnag in uie, ana due I one, Kay hope to achieve it before life be done; Bat he who seeks all thing's, 'wherever be H goes, RKnI v reaps from the hopes which around him Rft hesQtrs H harvest of barren regrets. . Bet-any man...

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. — 9 April 1884

J-: ' ' # Ws^r, PBHWHP'"? ' Ifr?"-1 THE NEWS AND HERALD. |m . ? - H WINXSBOSO, S. C. ? * WEDNESDAY. April 9. : : : : 1884. cc r =r st YO. *. XZYXOLltS, ) v, J. JSCIT0X8. 1 f'KAX. A. DOVGZASS.) ' pi ** " "" T Beast Butler savs he is not going n, o =? ei t> be a candidate for the Presidency "unless he is! nominated." v ? ? The probabilities are that General a Grant regards Carl Schurz as a boss " fool for having declined thai $100,000 f ? subscription. 11 X mm fa .. . Jay Gould's wealth is estimated by a . i Hp New York Morning Journal at c $58,795,413, and his annuai income at -c $4,640,011. j Galveston (Texas) News says: ' Confcling represents the aristocracy, Blaine the dash and intellect, Grant the selfishness, and Logan the vnlgari- 1 tv of Republican politics." ' j Franklin .County, Pennsylvania, j boasts of a female deputy sheriff. She < is said to be just twenty-three years of j * a^e, handsome and accomplished. She is the daughter of the sheriff. Senators George and Pen...

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 April 1884

W{ : ' ' ' 7 , ft ' ' LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. April 9. . : ! 1884. _ ; ew Advertisements. Spring Opening?P. Landecker & Bra. I "Reaners and Binders?W. I?. Doty & Co. TaxReturus?I.N."Withers, Auditor Fairfield County. Tax Notice?James Q. Davis, Treas, . - urer Fairfield Countv. ? I' Krlers. ?Book agents are plentiful enough [ in Winnsboro these days. ?Fine stamping for any kind of embroidery executed in artistic style \ by Prof. DeHerradora. " * I* / r ?Wednesday was the windiest and most blustering- ever experienced in this latitude during the present year. I- ?The alarm of fire on Sunday afternoon arose from the accidental burning of a chimney of a small house 011 - Zion street. No harm was done. . ' ?Improvements of one kind and another in Winnsboro have, been in progress every day for the past twelve months. ?Most of the pcach trees are iu fall bloom and the prospects of a fine frait crop throughout the county are bright and promising. . ?Mr. T. "W. Lauderdale was,...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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