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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 14 May 1884

J^TvY c#0~fV ' : / ' ITIUENMS Of XliM OANUIDATKB ^0* UKIMC* Uf tfHK ] Oil ANCJJB.' 'nh 'i' .'' r ") ^r?t:ftovi4ii4'b;1;-jrr I'" lo , , <vt 7(fflf ' ? ! . , ,ffh? Blttern?n Agnlmt Ulftlne-Tht Bad ' M??a|?u?i)t of XIU Frltttda^A Guob? <nt* , ~&M U[LptUr to tho Philadelphia Times.\ < Washington^ May 8.?Political oil* f oles hovo nvo moi'o oxcitod ovor thoi ro! O'jrtJtfls cdinhYg lu fiom States thill Yjavo loctcil thoir delegates to tho Republican National Cohvonliori than at any. 41 mo slnco tho canvas Opened. Calou)(aityi^ (if .t\yo week? fep arq ,noi oxaotly borne out by results mu] tho '? IVionds of Mr. iSlaliio ar6 thp.jiao^ippnon tho other hand tho fol<* ' ldtyerBfl of Arthur arb considera})!/ elated qyci' .what tbpy now claiiA-enough votos to command tho situat on ..flioiontly, with tho aid of the otlior oandidutus, tO.VviOJilch tho . prizo fr uu I Tlln 1 lin Willi A 4liA ilitmAiiJnnl ........ui I.I M'IV IIIW, |ltllllV?lUUI 'VtkWIHUl '1 of Arthur will come princip...

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. — 21 May 1884

"Aunt Nellie, You's Being Bad." Aunt Nellie hadfashio^ied a dainty thing' Of Hamburg and Vibb'on and lace " i And mainmu sxid. as she settled it round Our be: unulbaby's face, ... . < Where the d.jn;>:e- p!ay and the laughter lies Like sunbeME - Liu in her violet eyes, "IS thc'oay ;> p\'?*aaE and the baby is good She may ;o iV> church and wcar:her. now hooa." Then Ben, seed six, began to tell, . In an e.'dor trotherly wuyjl . . ra How very. very ^ood she must be BT If she went to church next day, B Ee told her of the church, the choir, the crowd. And the maaup-iu front who, talked so loud;. Bat she most not talk, nor laugh, nor sing, But just sit as quiet as anything. And so, on a beautiful Sabbath. in-May, Wheu the fruit buds burst into Sowers {There wasn't a blossom on Dusn or tree So fair as this blossom of ours), All in her white dress, dainty and new, Our baby sat in thefamily pew. ; : ' J Thc-grand, sweet musics the reverent air, i ; The solemn hush, and the voice ...

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. — 21 May 1884

i "' "'''' liai ??*-^.-v l'UE NEWS AND HEKALb. WDJNSBOEO, S.-OWEDNESDAY. May Jl. : : : : 1884. J S <>. S. REYSOLD&. ) v kditohs. CI/J&.A. BOIT&ZASS,) ,i * ? A*0#>?a? iV,A /v??nnf "Vnnr * UAKLKS V UOAUJi, IUU gicai. nv.. York lawyer, Is dead. Justice Field is looming up as a Presidential candidate. Siu Anthony Fronde, the great English historian, purposes taking in L^r America in his tour around the world. w Senator Riddleberger has sold oat his paper at "Woodstock, Viiginia to |. - w straightout Democrats. Three cheers for Riddleberger. m - ? Toe Raleigh Chronicle says that one of the blessings the poor enjoy is that they do not get mashed up in these Wall street busts. That's what makes the average newspaper man so happy.' Ber Butler favors pensioning all the soldiers of the late war, both Fed era I and Confederate. Butler is right, if any of the soldiers are to be supported by the government, there should be no discrimination, on account of sections. The Natio...

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. — 21 May 1884

i LOCAL IMELLIGENCE, ; c v > . Jt ? . :A TYBD2* ESDAV. Slay. 2\, \ ; |.8S4. &&S4&4 Uli i Nomination for Sheriff. Black Flag?"W. E. Aiken. Nominaticii lor Clerk of Conrt. rJMommauou lur j^epresttiiiauvu. ' Pure Lake Ice?F. W. Habenicht: A Great Crash?A. WTliford: & Co. - Town - Ordinances?I. N. "Withers, Clerk. # 4 1^x3*1 Briers. ?Dit, windy and warm on Wcdncs; dav. ?The fanners are'-not all throegh planting cotton \-et. ?Do yonr own printing -with the Enbber Printing Stamps, mannfac tured by Saml. D.JFant. Call and see L samples of work. . * ?Paper car-whcels are now being rused on some of the coaches on tbe Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta Railroad. ?Messrs. Townsend and.Steedman, of the Union bar, were in town on. Wednesday and Thursday, on professional business. ?Saml. D. Fant's.is the place to buy - Cooking and Heating Stoves, Tinware, etc. Call on on him, as he will not be Kr undersold. * *: ?Fine rains in the sonthern portion of the county on Wednesday afte...

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. — 21 May 1884

wTir'ri W. B. CASH KILLED .- . >0Si... i XY A SHERIFF'S TOSSE "WHILST EESISTtXiS ARKSfST.^ ' - ~-x V i*.v . .- r-i.* >A.'*? EJ?ht "Aimed Men Surrontotl ^the Barn \vh?T? the ]PoeItive i?' oSai^ilcd-He iiakes tli$ Appearance Armed "to the ^frth W hen Called rpont^Halt ReptXt** t*F3tli a Volley from his Winchester? The Pgs*?' icetum the Fire and He Falls, Middled 4Vith Ballets. - [Speaal iotJi& Blister. OiTEEirwy- May 15.?After "Sheriff c^tofford's disgraceful test week to arrest ?W. B. Cast,-Solicitor Newtott 'sSiii his pOTemptorr-orders fo'ftirn over the papers Jn the asfr waiter to - Deputy E. J. King. Last night Bepiuy i'T Ky^ took a posse -of -tea meniaud proceedei'ta W^B. Caslrs residence, sbuut Iv -r-/-CU THTIC XEireS' wuiu owucw ?.. two men; between the-;h<mse and7the barn and two: men between*^thc barn arid'the Msforfef swamp.': Subsequently, friiding Cash, was in the barn, lie" strrrounded fctk -m'e^ :i^trb^oaisr iio? teyt&e ??iless * -aH^.*'e7*&?cess^jv:...

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. — 28 May 1884

. ~ ~ ' WDfNSBORO, S. C^WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1884. ~ = ... , * - - -- * 'w/'iJi i- ^ ? ? '. / j i j A Translation. . , ? : V ; > J Z ' My lamp hath burned out, drop by drops. alone: < 8?y fire's Jsst ember falls with dying: sound; ! Without a friend, adosr, to hear me moan, [ weep abandoned in the night profound. \ 8 Behind me?if I would but turn ray head, B Sure J should see it?stands a phantom here; Dread guest who came when my life's feast ' was spread? / . Spectre arrayed in ranks of vanished cheer. K ! My dream lies deed: how bcjng it back in truth? For Time escapes me, and the impostor Prido - i- Conducts to nothingness my days of j'outh, ?- Even:as a flock whereof he was the gruide. f Like to the flood of some unfruitful deep, Over my corpto aslumber in tho tomb .i I feel e on now tho world's oblivion creep, j Which, yet alivc/hath lapped mo half in j / t cold Bight! O.the.nijjhi dolorous I ?' -My hand upon my breast atrembie bounds; . 'Who knocks inside my hollow bosom t...

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. — 28 May 1884

Ife THIS NEWS AKD HERALD. WIXNSBOKO, s. c. HrEDNESDO.?. Aay 88. : : ; : 1SS4. . _ . , ra. x. rutkolus. "> j. editohs. CU Iti. A. DOUGLASS,) ~ 1 The Republicans might do worse ttutn *?oniiii;Ue Chester A. Arthur for President in June next. Sj"' Tue latest Democratic Presidential ticket is Representative Dorsheimer, or New York, and Hancock, of Texas. Why tins combination, pray? The Baltimore courts are doinggood worK. Aiewaays ago u iuu? was find $25 and sentenced to three months imprisonment for lying in a horse trade. > _ Ix i'je Presbyterian Genera} Assembly, at Saratoga, last week the Committee on Temperance recommended fending oniy temperance men to the Legislature. MM I MM The New York World says: "The tariff is out of the way." This foolish ?.? /vn a nlona trifh tho etnrf. UIICI AUU: 19 UM a IIUI4 M?v v?M*? ling announcement of Genera! Hancock in the last campaign, "Tlat the tariff is siraplv a local issue." ?i-??_? The Hon. William M. Evarts says: "I regard tlie present...

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. — 28 May 1884

I0SPV- - ' ^ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. Kay 28. . : ; JlSSi. "" Xev Advertisements. Uitauon?o. a,, isoyies, duage 01 Probate. Summons?Rsgsdale & Ragsdale, PlaintifFs Attorneys. Brief*. ^ ?The grain harvest is near at hand, j ?Good rains in and around Winnsboao on last Sunday afternoon. * ?The wheat crop in this county is perhaps considerably finer than the t oats crop. i ?John Sloan, colored, was arrested L on Thursday on the charge of selling liquor without a license. |p ?Very few people come to town R these days. Those in the country are f otherwise engaged. [ ?We have two Osboru Reapers oif & "V- hand, which we will sell cheaper than pfll any other reaper in the market. W May 24* E. J. McCarley & Co. ?Eliza Goings, a well known colorw ed woman of this place, died from paralysis on Tuesday night. ?The Gordon Light Infantry is now tcry near the top, among the volunteer military organizations in ttiis State. ?John T. Morgan, Esq., of the ^ Chester Bulletin, is a cand...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 28 May 1884

Tlfr NEW BRIGHTON. AX XHPOBTANT XNTEBPBISE ON S CL UTTAX'S ISLAND. ' A Handsome sad Commodious Building ?>'> T , _ Complete Arranc?m?ot8 for the Ccznfort of Visitors. [From the News a/id Courier.] Ill . Atttoogh the Nev Brighton is not PT. . . vn:t oat the hands of the workmen it is flufirckntiy near completion to afford one a clear idea of its handsome and iK)bIe proportions. The hotel as it stands embraces in all seven separate buildings finished, with seven more to % i m? l.i. ^ 1?M j; . I>c erecicc. xae coinpieieu. uuntuiigs , i fjwc ?1) the main hotel, (2) dining and ilormitory rooms, (3) casino, (4) saloon and billiard room, (5) kitchen and laundry, (6) water house, (7) jras ^- house. T^ose which have yet to" be erected ajj?ibur cottages, two bathing houses and one servants' quarters. Tlie framework and material for all these are- ready, the foundations are laid and the entire number can be put . .i., ajj^ turnej over t0 painters and upholsterers within ten davs after...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 4 June 1884

' - ' - - - - -~? :.^v -> -^ - * ' ^ ~ WINNSBOBO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JTJNE 4, 1884. ; ' ' . '.'; /l t HHaMBMBiaaaMMMHaaaBa She and L And I said. "She is dead, I could not brook Again on that marvelous face to look." But they took my hand and they ]et me in. And left me alone with my nearest kin. Once again alone in that silent place. My beautiful dead and I, face to face. And I could not speak, and I could not stir, But Istood and with love I looked on her. W?K 1a on/1 -tt-it-h -mntnwv find KtT2J2ST0 i surprise L w r I looked on the lips and the close-shut oyes; ;':y ^ On the perfect rest, and the ca'zn content, " And the happiness there in her features blent; t And the thin, white hands that bad wrought so much, , . : Now nerveless to kisses or fevered touch. My beautiful dead who had known the strife, The pain, and the sorrow, that we call Life; " Who had never faltered beneath her cross, Nor murmured when loss followed swift on loss; . And the smile that sweetened her lips away...

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. — 4 June 1884

THE NEWS ASP-HERALD. j WINNSBOEO, S. C. ~* """ ~ "r : : ~T~ WEDNESDAY. Jane 4. : i : : ISS4. * SO. S. &EYXOL1XS. l -> Edi?hs. WAS. A. DOUGLASS.J A weitkk in the New York Sun declares the Mecklenbnrgr Convention of 177/jr to be a myth, and its four celebrated resolutions to be forgeries. Sherman thinks that if he can get & solid delegation from Ohio, he will secure the Eepublican nomination for President at Chicago. The aspirant i? doubtless mistaken. ? ? Cykcs H. McCoRincK, the inventor of the grain reaper, accumulated great wealth without speculating in stocks - or anything else. His estate is valued at $32,500,000. He made it all iu - r . i ' ^ ' legitimate business. And while he en ricbed himself he enriched others and benefitted the country at large. m ? Mahoxe must be out of pocket. He lost several thousands on a horse race, j?penfc $12,000 in his last disastrous State election, and has been soaked about $261000 by his eldest son's fail' ure. But he probably made mon...

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. — 4 June 1884

V r.,'- v ^ LOCAL. INTELLIGENCE. ! WEDNESDAY, June 4. . : ; 1SS4. New Advertisements. Read This?D. A. Hendrix. Nomination for State Senator, j ' Nomination for Representative. Mill Notice?J. C. Swygert & Co. ^ . Nomination for County Commissionji er. P& Nomination for County Commissioner. Nomination for School Commissionf er. l Corn and Flour Mills?J. A. Glad V U^u. ' Citation?J. R. Boyles, Judge of Probate. The "Deering" Ahead?ilcMaster & Gib'oes. fefr. L>cal Briers. ?"Sporting" with parlor rifles . is n r fashionable in Winnsboro this season. ?Thursday and Friday were remarkably cool days for this latitude P and season of the year. F.?one ino 01 ythiuj uumuiw iui sale. Apply to Shannon McCreight. * ?Mrs. A. G. Brice, of Chester, has been visiting friends in Wiunsboro for the past three or four days. ?We have two Osborn Reapers on ~ hand, which we will sell cheaper than any other reaper in the market. May 24* K. J. McCaslet & Co. " ?The cool weather of the past f...

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. — 4 June 1884

Tiifc MANGES 11 CHffiAGO.J ? ' fr- y T PRELIMINARY COSJECTIJBES ttFTHE PRESS WRITERS Straws from Which the Politicians Can Draw for Their Favorites. ? . (JiHCAtrO, May 31.?The length of, llw convention will depend on the, ''fetrerigtfTof tile cohesive forces in the opposing hands of the two leading Candidates. Oar politicians do not agree in their opinions oh this subject. Scrtne predict that there will not be ijrore-than four ballots. "If Arthur Jlilt! Blaine are to be beaten," they say, ,;'tl^work"rau3t be done on the second or third baiiofc, for unless there shaH be in one of those ballots a formidable inovemenf toward some other hi an, one" of these two leaders will surely . secure the nomination by drawing v<?tes from the other and from Logan and Edmunds.77 Un tne otner nana, f those who believe that Arthur's men' will stand by him and that Blaine's men will not desert their favorite say that this will be" the longest cquveuV Son on record. Tfeev are probably in error. THE C...

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 June 1884

. : ? ? - -v ? ? * . WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE . 11, 1884. J 'fgji . . ? .1?. ' iiii.i ' L Replying to Her Critics. If I should die, how kind you all would grow; In that stranjre hour I would not have a foe. There are no words too beautiful to say Of one who goes 1'ore verm ore away Across that ebbing tide which has to Sow, ? Ah, friends! before my listening car lies low; "While I can bear and understand, bestow That gentle treatment and fond love, I b The luster of whose lato though radiant B r Would gild my grave with mocking light I S5E?% If I should die. sHMP ?Ella Wheeler. r ? ^ "A Bottle." J m In a cabin iocfcrr f or man.-a year ' A bottle lay: And whether the weather * rae fair or clear, Or whether the ocean was rough and gray. The bottle had nothing to care or fear; Yet the ship was an iror oaken mass, And the other was n >thing but brittio glass? A bottle. XVbarn, t.h? billows rose hiffhe^t. the St Of 21 kins: ficw Over the soa; And the -waters foamed and the wil...

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 June 1884

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINXSBOKO, S. C. WEDNESDAY. June 11. : : : 1884. JXO. S. REYNOLDS. ) y EDITORS. & eUAS. A. DOUGLASS.) : Evex Montana Territory is forTilden. It is about conceded now that Lula Hurst is a fraud. Judge Field is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for President, with but slim chances of success. ? ? The Union Democratic County Convention has brought Mr. William Munro, of Union, to the front for the L Congressional nomination in this district. Senator Ingalls recently said of Tilden and Lincoln as nominees of their respective parties, that the one was a "superstition" aud the other a "reminiscence." mi ?' Eosco Coxkling said some time ago thai "the 306 still live," and hinted that they would pat in an appearance at Chicago. The ex-politician seems to have "counted without his host." The election returns from Oregon . show that the Republican ticket is elected, and that the Republicans will have a majority in the Legislature on joint ballot, giving the Unit...

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 June 1884

* nti ? T FVTTT T rPTJV.IT? 7 JLUUAJLi \ H| tVEDXESOAY, Jauc XI, : : ; 1884. | IIb X rw Advertisement*. ^ domination for Solicitor. Nomination for ^Representative. Cnmnmrtc "Roo-c/IoIa K-~ T?*ifr?ilo]o I } Plaintiffs' Attorneys. Groceries, Etc.?F. "VV. iiubenicbt. j . 7 j Nomination for Solicitor. Local liriefi. I fc. ?There was a ?ligh: rainfall on Fri- i day morning. ?A moonlight picnic at iiock City \ Friday night. ?A Loop snake was killed near tcvrn I ^ several days ago. ?Candidates are not so numerous in Fairfield as in other counties. L ?It is told for.a fact that there is one j " modest member of the Winnsboro bar. j lie thinks of quitting' the profession. | ^ ?On account of sudden indisposi- j ; 1- tion Miss Thompson has been prevented | hI 4?- -"from meeting her dancing- class, but | !?^% hopes to commence scon. ' MBf rri,rt fkf IVfnccrc _T V MV-Afrtsul L tor & Co. on Congress street is now ft being repainted. * ?We have two Osborn Reapers on hand, which we will sell ch...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 11 June 1884

Ppp^^ / 'PLUME) SMGHF WINS! &AXES G. ELAlXE THE KEPtl&LICAX 2COMXNEE FOR PRESIDENT. He Win* the Prfe? ?m the Pirartli Ballot? Loczm for Yice-President-.The Party Platform-Wbat the Papers Say of tbe Komi nation. Tnnn 9 TK.iw wfls tnnfili e/uuu v? amvkv ?? ? excitement last night over the selec- j tion of Clayton as temporary -Chairman of the" Convention. This feeling -ig confined mostly to the delegates opposed to Blaine ; "bat there are a number of Blaine adherents who express dissatisfaction at the choice of the National Committe. So .intense indeed is the feeling on the subject t?at a plan is on foot to attempt to defeat Clayton in the Convention and elect Hon. B. -K. Brace, (colored) Register of the United States Treasury, in his stead. The feeling in some quarters is exceedingly bitter, and that a strong effort -will be made to compass uiay- j ton's defeat seems very likely. . THE AETHUIi MEX TO STICK. The Arthur men have determined to stand firmly by their candidate 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. — 18 June 1884

~ WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUKE 18,1884. . ;|j|jS A Western Maid's Dream. If I could ketch onto tbe winjrs of a bird, * I would li^ht ia the loftiest tree, And twitter a twit that could plainly be heard From JJmtown clcar out to tbe sea. I would warbk* a note of such terrible force ; That the elements wildly would crack, ? And the Indian chieftain would fall from his ! horse And split his shirt clear up the back! . . ... L If I wore outfitted with elephant's lect, g|fe My terrible troad would resound M * a.'i animal life would In terror retreat Ten thousand Jc ajrues under the jrround. And if I had the voice of a lion I'd roar JkSTtI Tiii the wide universe icst its wits. And the birds would fold up their licet wings gaSST and keel o'er, " And die in hysterical fits. If I were a dweller teneath the deep sea, JJF V.'itb the figure and power of a whale. Every creature around ine in terror would i tieo : | At tbo fantastic flirt of my tail. T vaiiU ivinnin n.croilt v??n| or tWO CVfl...

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. — 18 June 1884

flHBSBBBHKBHKBRAKSBBHHSBMBnHlBEHnBKflBSQH fe."- t THE NEWS AND HERALD. WIXXSBOBO, S. C. WEDNESDAY. Jane 18. : : : : 1SS4. JSO. S. RETXOLDS, ) )- Editobs. VUJ.S. Jt. DOVGZASS.) Hexry G. Venxok. the weather |/i IC ViVUMi "DlSi'roportionableness" is Said to be the longest word in the English language. Bob Ixgehsoll says that Logan can not expect to get the barber vote unless he cuts his hair. The Democratic Convention could put forward no better ticket than Cleveland and Carlisle. ? ? The Mexican Pension Bill is pend~ ' "* ? ?fit J - ? i.1 ? ^ U,. lug m ;ac senate, it win uouuuws uu passed in that body at an early day. It is a fortunate circumstance for the Democratic party that neither Blaine nor Logan comcs from a doubtful State. . m i *3 fliwi" Hendricks says that he is neither surprised nor disappointed at Tilden's course. "We hope he is not, for he must smother his ambition for the preseut. The California Democracy repudiates Field by a vote of 19 to 453. This home action should p...

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. — 18 June 1884

>' ' * r ML LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. * ||P WEDXESUAY. June 18. . : ; 1SS4. X -w Adrertismentii. r- . T> . TT- I..* Money t>avcu?u. J\. uciuinx. Nomination for Coroner. Nomination for Representative. Nomination for Representative. Nomination for County Commissioner. Nomination for County Commissioner. Nomination for County Commissi^ nL Survivors of 12th S. C. V.?F. B. Austin, President. L. >cal Briers. ?Head the new advertisements of Mr. J. II. Cnmmings in this morning's l ?A great deal of grain is yet to be itejk harvested in the county. The bavestBT jng has been hindered Ijv ^ vrrnyj Sda^j^rfTtl'icr of ilic present week. We have two Osborn Reapers on rfiand, which we win sen cncapui wan any other reaper in the market. Slay 24* R! J. McCarley & Co. ?The Citizens' Cornet Band desires ro return thanks to the Thespian Corps and the ladies for the money recently ^ given them for the purpose of purchas ing- new instruments. ?The little black bugs, supposed to come from the oat...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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