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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 9 April 1884

STILL A30THEB CYCLONE. 1 " THE WILD WINDS AGAIN WOBK HAT OC IX SETEKAE QUAKTEKS. CwuU?nd)l? Duat|e la Columbia--Anlndlana Tillage Swept Away--Intelligence fruiu Other Parts of the Country. Columbia, S. C., April 2.?Just ] duffm this mnrninsr the wind began blowing, rapidly increasing its velocity uutil at 8 o'clock, a. ra., it had readied the-proportions of a gale, aud has continued with more or less vigor all day, at times becoming terrific and threatening, destruction to everything that offered resistance. About 11 " o'dock ihe extreme end of the west wing of the State House was struck and about twenty feet of the sheet iron roofing .directly over the House of Representatives was torn away. This roof was p&4>a-'last-summer ard the Hall of thft Hftnsp waa.thoroughly repaired and replastered. If rain should come b<;tbrc-the*roof can be repaired all of the-expensive"wortdonie in the room below will be. ruined. The dusi has <g* been almost unbearable, great clouds of iU^U...

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 April 1884

v - gj ?- i?rn i g ^ ~ '.1lV 111 rv ' '" r"T ~ '" "1 v'"r ' "" ^ '' IIII-I r-1 urmi rn -\ j ni-ii.i ? ? : . ~~~ 7 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1884. _ ; ; ' ::'J "Whose Scissors Did It? *T was winter. nnd jray Jack Frost had flung ' His sparkliup jeweis on the flelds of snow,? While over the way his icicles hung From ;he cdsrv of the roof, in an even row. My little jrirl looked across the way. At the frozen fringe which was hanging there: And then in soft tones I heard her say: "I -wonder who banned that house's hair?" ?Chandler, in the St. Nicholas. In Primeval "Wood. Jhisdtep, primeval wood?how still! silence bere makes all his own; ^dJ^^^^taj^hapes. with hands upon their lips, about bis darkened throne. flKf-nt pleadine of the trees? it shames the soul's dcspairl ^uiication uK.veless, mute. op th<*:r attitude of prayer. Mi ? John V?nee Cheney, in Century. ft LOVE'S USURY. Bfsure, ma'am, will yez be afther j:c- ^Rliss Susy come-round to Mrs. K the night? It's the pret...

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 April 1884

THE NEWS AND HERALD. \rrvrwcprkT?n s n. WKDXK8DAT, April IS. j : : : 1884. ' -vo. 5. XEYXQZDS. ) v Editors. CUJ.S. J. 2>Or<7iA55.) Mary Anderson* expects soon to be in ttome. She will take with her letters of introduction to the Pope from a number of the most prominent Roman ! Catholics in Great Britain. Senator Ingalls says that it is only a question of time when the American flag1 will float over the whole continent, ! and that the annexation of Mexico will be one of the logical results of the passage of the reciprocity treaty. The Cincinnati people haven't en tirely gotten over uie unpleasantness of the late mob. A meeting of socialists . a few nights ago passed resolutions demanding the disbanding of the j militia as a menace to popular liberty. Chattaxooga, Tens., was left a| wreck by the war. In 1867 it had not a wholesale house. Iron mills and furnaces began in 1871. In 1882 the population was 6,000, now 24,000; manufacturing capital in 1880, $2,789,000; in 1884, $4,000...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 16 April 1884

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. April 16. . : i 1834. Xew Advertisements. Notice?I. N. Withers, Clerk. Clerk's Sale?W. H. Kerr, Clerk. Sheriff's Sale?Jno. D. McCarley, ] ' Sheriff. Teachers of Fairfield?M. B. Mc-1 Master, Secretary. Horses and Mules?A. "Williford & j Sons. The Winnsboro Wagon?E. T. Matthews. L. >cal Brief*. I?The past two days have been decidedly sharp?the mornings especially so. ?The work of renewing Mr. G. A. White's store is nearly completed. It will be a srreat imcrovement. t ?The Gordon Light Infantry are drilling regularly, in anticipation of ^^ the Adjutant-General's inspection, ft ?In Walhalla they ring the town HP bell at night, just as we do in WinnspF boro. But they call it the curfew. ?Saml. D. Fant's is the place to buy Cooking and Heating Stoves, Tinware, etc. Call on on him, as he will not be undersold. * ?Friday was the twenty-third anniversary of the Sixth Regiment's de partnre for the seat of war at Charlest ton. . ?Charleston has compromised...

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 April 1884

F""" : lWr mi nV-fiVCi rfPia i. ifcw THE :BLlj? ?KB$Hfe GREY. UNITING TO BUILD A HOM E FOB OUB 5gV-> DISABLED SOLDIER*. An tnthnsiactic Meeting in Xew York? *?v Several Soldiers of the Two Armies- -1 lit' Success of the Movement Uinred. X.K\r You*, April 9.?Fifteen litwipeople gathered in the large hall vi Cooper Union to-night to take part in the iusngurai public services relat - insr to the establishment of a Home for SoS'-^V" _ __ _ | doubled ex-Confciler-ate soldiers ati Bp,?- . ; ttu-hinond, Va. The platform was ji -utly draped in American and f*orci<ru flags* and banners and shields, and a hand played patriotic music at appropriate times daring the meeting. Tlte owning strains of "Dixie" called forth load applause. ("ol. Jas. Il. O'Beirne called the assemblage to order, and named a well known . veteran, Corporal Tanner, of Brooklyn, as Chairman, "in the tbrced absence of our great Captain. General Grant." (Applause.) Corporal Tanin r, who had both legs shot away in 1 Kit...

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 April 1884

WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1884. ; ;|gj Forward. BY SUSAN COOLIDGE. Let me stand still upon the height of life. Much bas been won, though much there is to win; I am a little weary of the strife. Let me stand still awhile, nor count it Bin < To cool my hot brow, ease the travel pain, And then address me to the road again. Long was^ the way and steep and hard th? ? cumu; Sore are my limb3 and fain I am to rest, Behind mo lie long sandy tracks of time: r Before mo rises the deep mountain crest. Let mo stand still?the journey is half done. And when less weary I will travel on. There is no standing stilil Even as I pause The steep path shifts and I slip back apace: Movement was safety; by the journey laws No help Is given, no sale abiding-place. No idling in the pathway hard and slow; I must go forward, or must backward go! I will go up, then, though the limbs may tire, And though the path be doubtful and unseen; Better with the last effort to expire Than lose the toil and...

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. — 23 April 1884

m TilE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNSBOEO* S. C. , - WEDNESDAY. April 23. : : : : 1884, S. It EYXOLDS. ) y E?rroi:s.?; U IS. A. DOUGLASS.) ?:x;i:rr:-:!J> has gone "dry" by a vot( - a< iy.? (<? r.4. A wonder! (loveijnoii IIoadly, of Ohio. thinks it would be unwise to tamper with th< tariff this year. Herbert Spekcer7s health is tailing and he has been advised lo take a lon< trip abroad. The New York Republican delcga lion to the National Convention stands seven for Blaine and sixteen foi Arthur. There seems to be quite a different of opinion among the London dailie; about Mr. Lawrance Barret's recent rendition of "Yoricks Love" in tha 11? Vii_? Viie Augusta Chronicle says: "Col C:;sh is said to bo in Canada. Wha docs the liews and Courier think o 'Cloody Bogan' seeking the protectioi of the British flag?" Secretary I txcoi.it says he is not : .candidate for the Republican noicina tion for the Presidency. Judging fron his rcticencc, it would be safe to sa] that he is secretly 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. — 23 April 1884

| LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. \VED>TESI>-VY. AprU 23, . : ; 1SS4. -w Advertisements. 2scw Spring Goods-McMaster, Bricc & Kctchin. X -U7- T71 C^nnv insurance juiutznst?? >v uivi?v? y Comptroller General. Insurance License?W. E. Stoney, Comptroller General. Dissolution?It. S. Desportes & Co. Insnrance License?W. E. Stoney, Comptroller General. L>ral Briers. ?The plum crop is reported killed. What will the boys and girls of town do now? ?The lawyers and merchants of Winnsboro arc gloriously bnsy?doing * nothing. ?Saml. D. Fant's is the place to bur Cooking and Heating Stoves, Tinware, etc. Call on on him, as he will not be M undersold. * ?The thermometer on Wedncsday - stood eighty in the shade. The warmest day of this year to date. y ?"Wednesday was warm and spring like, and snrely the cold weatner is , over now for this season. ; ?Mr. Boag's skating rink hall is rapidly progressing and it will donbt - less be completed in the early summer, k ?The sonth-hormri p-issfinser ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 23 April 1884

W ~4 gggm c THE KADICALS IN COUNCIL, condolence with General U. S. Grant artks for our volunteers. " GEJfERAL news items. National Republican Convention from At a Mormon Dance. friSKf ADVERTISEMENTS. CHARLESTON ADVERTISEMENTS. ~4 . appreciation of?his ? oldierl v^qual i ties Pa08a*e of the senate Bin to Adjust the ?Queen Victoria is confined to her the nomination of Arthur_ for Presi- - j^Mormon^rty'wM^cMefly^dfeS- LUCA^ & EICHAEDSON, and eminent statesmanship: and Paris Arxn" Accocnt of Sonth Carolina. room by an attack of lumbago. dent, with Logan as second choice. gnighable for the abundanceof its prefc- -fiff# ^ fpfi OT._ffi_B(S ^ wi a vtt ^ meeting OF THE state convex- Simpkins, of Edgefield, introduced one Washington, April 17.?The Senate ?An English lady has offered ?20,- ?At the Twenty-eighth Congres- ty young girls, and the rather large tion in columeia. endorsing the administration of Presi- proceeding to the consideration of bills 000 for the rescue of General Gordon,...

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. — 30 April 1884

"* * :_V ?" ?? " ?^??MB?? ^ M??j?l , ' WINJsSBOKO, S. C., WEteESDAY, APRIL 30, 1884. Lon^s For Spring. De spring o' de year am a slippin' erlonjr An" looks wid a peep through, de coP chilly air. An' de bird am er lookin' crroun' fur his sone As he hops on de 13m* an' de half frozen br'or. rDc fire feels gocd, fur dar's ice in de crock. But spring: it am comin' erlong jes de same. Fur I^seed a jailer hammer wid a straw in his UVilA, An' he knows whut he's doln', ef he doan I'll be blame. KkI I'll be mighty glad when de warm win' b'ows mmm. An* de cows stan's aroun' enjoyin' o' dc cood. Fur, ter tell de Lord's truth, I'se sorter rca'ee o' cloze. Aa' haster hussle might'ly fur ter git er llt? tie wood. Dc hogs am awful touchy when de wcader it ia col' K An' da hollers like de debil when ycr climbs B in de pen? Doan want ermanto eat "em; ob, no, bless - yersoul; So I hastcr compromise on de dominickcr hen. ?Arkansas Traveler. I "FAINT HEART NE'ER WON W- FAIR LADY." "A hat of last year'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. — 30 April 1884

? 9THE NEWS AND HERALD. "WTNXSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY. April 30. : : : : 18S4. TO. S. REYNOLDS. ) W Editors. CHAS. A. DOUGLASS,j The Brooklyn bridge is a pecuniary failure. Pity! Thk University of Edinburgh, tins month, ends the third century of its existence. 'PTTT* ^AA??ryi<i T onriclfifnrA line IVlCCfV? 1X1L UWl V a:i act prohibiting the circulation of the New York Police Gazette in that State. It is a rare thing for the Speaker of the House of Representatives to deliver a set speech upon the floor of the House, but it is understood that Speaker Carlisle proposes to do this in r behalf of the Morrison tariff bill. Augusta Chronicle: The Republican party points with pride to the fact that despite recent divisions, it has a quorum in Georgia. One Vice-President has been found for each Congressional District. General Grant denies the report that he ami President Arthur are on unfriendly terms. lie says that the relations between them are of the most friendly nature, though Mr. Arth...

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 April 1884

r LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. "WEDNESDAY April 30, . : ; JSS4. N :w Advertisements. Tax Returns?I. X. "Withers, Clerk of Council. Committee Meeting-?Jno. S. Reynolds, Secretary. Random Recollections ? IIu?.h S. Thompson and Others. Talk is Cheap?D. A. Hendrix. Diamond Dyes?"W. E Aiken. Seasonable Goods? R. M. Iluey. Condensed Milk?McMastcr, Brice & Ketchin. For Sale?M. L. Braswell. L >cal Briers. ?The cherry and peach crops are | reported to be unusually large all over ? the county. ?Overcoats and good fires were quite in demand on Tuesday, but were not so popular on Wednesday. ?It looks now as if the Democratic State Convention in June will not *v-^_jaake any nominations. ?The corner-stone of the Confederate monument in Columbia was laid in its new place on Wednesday afternoon. ?The proposition to nominate Congressmen by the primary system seems not to have been received with general favor. ?Columbia is trying to get up a grand firemen's tournament in June. 5c:;,, The affair promise...

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 April 1884

r v TAMMANY'S CHIEF. WHAT JOHN KELLY SAYS ABOUT THE POLITICAL SITUATION. _ View* on the Tariff l?sue?John's Confidence In Democratic Snecess. New Youk, April 22.?Tammany will send 4.00 representatives to the Democratic convention at Chicago. "W? propose," said Mr. John Kelly, good natcredlv, ':to do our part in keeping up the enthusiasm." "For any particular candidate?'-' was asked. ' Well, now, to tell the truth, I have not yet paid much attention to candidates. I am sorry to say that some folks t'niuk Tammany is going to the convention to make trouble. Such is not the case. The convention will be harmonious, and whoever the candidate may be, it is certain that he will rcceive the support of the united Democracy." "And do you say that without reservation as to any prominent Democrats?" "I do, most emphaticaally. Tammany will snpport any candidate who receives the nomination of the Democratic National Convention." "IIow about Mr. Tilden?' "I do not care to discuss him at present. 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. — 7 May 1884

WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1884. Gilbert's Latest. [In Gilbert and Sullivan's new comic ope- ] ra, "The Princess Ida," the following sonj? is I sung by "Gama,"the Philanthropist King-, < who has a crooked 'eg, a club foot and a hunchback.] If you will Rive me your attention, I wili tell j t?aii m*Kof T om? Tm ajyenuine philanthropist?all other kinds , are sham. Each little fault of temper and each social defect In my erring: fellow creatures I endeavor to } correct. i To all 1 heir little weaknesses-I open people's eyes. And little plans to snub the self-sufficient I devise; I love my fellow creatures, I do all the good I ; can. Yet everybody says I'm such a disagreeable J man! And I can't think why! To compliments inflated I've a withering ! reply. And vanity I always do my best to mortify? : A charitable action I can skillfully dissect. And interested motives I'm delighted to do- { tect? I know everybody's income and what every- j body earns. And I carefully compare it...

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. — 7 May 1884

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WrSNSBORO, s. c. WEDNESDAY. May 7. : : : : 1884. f vo. S. REYNOLDS. ) S- Editors. i.ll.lS A. 2>OUGX455,) Cincinnati doctors say that the recent flood iuib cleansed and purified that part of the city which has always iwon thft Rtai iin<? nlace of disease, and that the city was never in such good condition. The Rev. DeWitt Talmage favors the passage of a divorce law by Congress. He *?'lmits that the measure would at present be unconstitutional, _ -but he favors first an amendment to the Federal Constitution. President Arthur once tar.ght school in an interior town in New York and boarded with a private family. Afterward General GarSeld taught the same school, boarded with the same family, and occupied the very same room. Congressmen Tillman and Aiken - - "M ?Rloit* ?av iney win vuw agaiim Kill. We are glad to hear it. Mr. Aiken is chairman of the committee on education, and he will doubtless do all in his power to secure an unfavorable report from the commit...

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. — 7 May 1884

I ! 1 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. May 7, . : ; iojsi. Jf vr Advertisements. Nomination for Clerk of Court. Nomination for Clerk of Court. Nomination for Judge of Probate. Nomination for State Senator. Local Briers. ?Cotton planting is now going on in every part of the county. ?Dry and dusty again notwithstanding the recent rains. ?The thermometer on Tuesday and [ Wednesday reached 90 in the shade. ?The straw ftat is Deginmng iu m?hc its appearance upon onr streets. ?The cherry and peach crops are reported to be unusually large ail over the county. ?The Steam Fire Engine compauy was out in full uniform 011 Tuesday t _ aflernoon, and the parade was quite a creditable one. ?Any persons wishing Roller Skates , can get them at list prices by ordering - through me, which they had better do at once as the Rink will soon be ready fnr ns?. J. O. BOAG. * ?When two young ladies kiss each other they fulfill a Gospel injunction. They are doing to each other as they would men should do unto th...

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. — 7 May 1884

?u SWEPT BY STORMS. destructive work of fukious gales in ohio. Disastrous Damage to Property and Some Lobs of Life?Details of the Terrible Storm. Dayton, O., April 28.?Shortly be J ore 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon uic most uusiiucuvc ujuiuuc c*ci km>wn*in this part ot the country passed over the southern part of Montgomery and Greene counties, devastating everything in its course. It appears to have originated near Woodburn, a small town ten miles south of hcrc^M y it ? aCappalling in its fury. It is authen- 1 tically stated that the cyclone was formed by the union of two light A?Am PAHf T? ond nnrth &|4>X UX WUUU3 liv/ui ovuiu i*u\? ??v? w? west, which immediately assumed the form of a water spout, rising and descending like the waves of a sea and destroying everything in its way. E. Best, this city, ^ho was near enough to observe accurately, says its path was fully one eighth ot a mile wide, the storm moving over the country like an immense cloud of smoke, while everywh...

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. — 14 May 1884

^;V:" v-' 1 I*" ' ' '" ?r,,,' j," 1 ," 'f-|\ '! ;, , ? 1 '' i, n i 1.1 i , ;/:.. i ' :' >- ' ; ,. , !''1'' ,^'t'1 ,'')i?i 1 -111 1 II! h'.-lll| il J r.4?^rr^=?TTTF?rli'r,.l Inn. " nil! u.H I..1M >1 1' " ! r H : 'l I' ll'.f 'I " f 1 ' ''' '' 1, ' '1 > ' I' T /li I I'N .JUT't li I'll ! ? ' 1 in. A fimiWwra S^S^^^S^SSfSSS * ;1 1 ' ,. , ,? ; ,:.-,v Iw ,, * :! ' X VUT.i , '?> ' , ^==n========3=3==^VM*i^i_^MrmmU,.U^-^-^--^^^ ? li,, .,1 . h im juiu?Ky-.iiautfiity i/ips, o Hoa. 1 With husky-haughty lips, 0 Boa! 1 Wboro dny and uJght 1 woud thy surf-boat ehoro, Imagining to my eonso tJby .yarlod strange. suggestions, Tho troops of wbito-mnnda racors racing to > tbo goal. , Tho ample. Binding faco. dnsli'd with tho Bpnrkfing dlmplos of tho sun, ? Thy brooding cowl and murk?thy unloos'di f lnmicunoS, ' . j .... .. <J ; OtOnt as thJif art abbvo tho rfclt> tby many ? \ . i-'.toarg?a-Iftok from all otornlty in tho ttl'.s /' oontont kiM (Naught but tho crrontoat niriii/Bin? wm...

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. — 14 May 1884

/ 'V; ^ -V.. : ' / ' II nil HHIlMiaiWIIMHIIHIlllWmMMOWfluUllMUllllillinmill TllK NEWS AND HERALD. ] ' w TurKTD n ati s\ a n < If JUTMOWVUV) O. vy | J WBDNK8DAT, M^14, t I t 1M1( jso.a. n.EYmr,!)# \ T ^ J p ' at ah. a. po^ox^/y.r T jjj I j Tkb Prc^ontial^ibioin'* for Govor-j nor Clovolnnd is assuming big propor-1 Hons, aiul his nomination by tho r National Diouiooratio . Convention at Chicago is not at all unlikely. Governor Cleveland's record is without a 0, VfotfMfa.dnd js.pwft.jRf. .too,. wqst available moir in tho Doraocratlo party. The party might do much worse than I nominate tho Reform Governor of No\r mvoi'k. ": \ j"( Xti VI'-'UlL ' It nfcpoars from - ofllciftl statements ,t!mt only i6 por cent. of .tho silk now i ,U6o4 ill this country is imported; that ->itho value of tflk goodir mantifaictttfod $4o,ooO,OW; j$$&$; V, j$$t 18wiM'n'?. tM * only / .two countries surpass tho United ? Stoles In i this branch' of ^ndnstry?1 ; franco; wun vcaijiy prOtfuots worth $&^f...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 14 May 1884

\ 1 . LOO^ aspLLiaBROE.i WJBDNK8DAY. May 14. * ? ^ r ^884. gOJeik's Salo?\V. H. Koit, Cloik. To Tcaoliors and Soliool Trustees John Boy<l and Others. .. County Convention-?T. "W. WOocl wardf County Chairman. ' ' 1 Xiocni Drlon. ?Jlgri Coloman, tho negro murderer* In iirnd K 4ii W?UM?MIU) ITilQ VII Jk' I AUrt^ t ?Sovoral poi'sons In Wiunsboro avo contemplating a visit to Ireland at an early day. ?Mr* Moag's now liali now, in tho process of erection, will pi-obably bo called "Tho Academy of Musio". rttl.J. f..! ' a - i t- ? I ? AJHJ 1U1U1U1H IlllYO UU011 llMKlIlg good U80 of tho recent flno woathor, and much work 1ms boon accomplished. ' v ?Tho Supremo Court .lins recently dooidod that tho homostond exemption is not good against a dTstross warrant forvont.< \ ?Saml. I>. Faut's is tho place to buy Cooking and Heating Stovos, Tinware, otc.'Cftllon on him, as ho will not bo undersold. * ?Tho Normal Instituto for whlto teachers this year; will bo hold at Spartanburg, and that for...

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