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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 18 June 1884

WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT IT. I ] THE LEADING JOURNALS OX THE NOMINATION" OF BLAINE. A Certain Grim Sense of Satisfaction at the j Overwhelming: X>efeat in Store for the ! Ilepablican Party and its Man. [From ine New York Herald, Ind.] The great agony is over, and Mr. Blaine is the candidate of the Republican party for the office of President of the United States* "We are sorry for it, and we believe the Republicans will j all be sorry for it next November, But although every man who cares for the purity of public life and the welfare of the country, and especially all those who hoped for the redemption of the Republican party from the evil elements that have already nearly dragged it down the depths, niust poignantlv regret a nomination like this, .ir \ CO llHJl'C fiiJiiu ti. uu> wi two in many circles a sentiment that will regard the nomination with a certain grim sense of satisfaction. Indignation of decent opinion at the ever-recurring nuisance of the Blaine candidacy, a revolt ...

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. — 25 June 1884

^ -J , WESTNSBORO, S.C., WEDNESDAY, JUKE 25, 1884.' r + r \.1- - , |^/ Banished. ?ror the threshold of his pleasant home Set in green clearings passed the exited k Friend. L* la simple trust, misdoubting not the end. b ' "Desr heart of mliiol" he said, "the time ha? CP*- come To trust the Lord for shelter." One long Lgazs The good wife turned on each familiar thing? The Inline kire. tho orchard blossoming. tte ojpcn floor that showed tbe hearth flro'3 And calmly answered, "Yea, Ko will pro* gBp ' Silent and slow they crossed the homestead's bound, Lingering the longest by their child's gra70? At' mound. igp "Kavo 'oa, or ?tay and hang!" the Sheria They left behind them moro than horae or land. f. And set sad faces to an alien strand. Safer with wlnda and waves than human wrath. With ravening wolves than those vhfjsa seal for God .Was cnuitx to man. the arises trod drear Isaar^es oi Xpiroft without gTilxle or Or, laughing frail boats ca the unchartered sea, ?ound storm-vexed capes, 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. — 25 June 1884

THE NEWS ASP EESALD. ? WINXS30K0, S. C. h :V- . ^ .1 *V*EX>XESL;A V. June i3t . : ; JS8-1. . - JXO. S. JZJZTSOLJJS. ) V iDiToas. i T] 9UJ.S. V. DOUGLASS.) ' "1? ?n/) K;c wifh ! ^ JL rOMUCUl OI.U Ui.7 , , the exception cf Chandler are said to jr: be not only iiuliifereut but absolutely j ^ hostile to the Republican ticket. Senator Bataed's celebrated peacc 11 speech, delivered in 1S6I, is r.ovr being I r reprinted in the newspapers. There | c is aotiuc# 1a is ireasoiitiviv v. ;, tioiia'ole to the South, but enough for j s campaign fuei, and the Democratic |} Convention hid better leave Mr. ] Bayard ofi" the ticket. ? The Greenville 2?ews savg: 4'The prospects for car United State- court house are net no bright an tliey were. Congress will adjourn by the third of July, and it is very doubtful whether ti.n h?n ava psncciallr interested in f can be poshed through by th?.t time. ! "Thou, art so near stid yet so ir.r." 'r-a? A Letteu /ioru Augusta, Me., suys: ; Pl'There is no truth in ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 25 June 1884

"V. ISPfe- ~ & lr.nA! lYTP! T : & V liVVAU lit J VVI ft WEDXFSUAT. Jane 25. : : : 1S2-!. | Atfvsrtfsainenrs'. " Nomination for Representative. ^ Nomination for Representative. VftminoMftn fl-vr Kr?.hrifV Pftrmnission cr. b; Notice to Creditors?Tbos. D., ^ Owings, Administrator. V' ??? * Local Eriors. ?The foundation of the two-story j ' ' -1 ir T XT' T/\>mc*rin i oncK score 01 mentis, v. ju. vU^.ww- , & Co. at Blackstock is now being laid, L and it will doubtless be ready for use : 0! in July. i ? . [ , ?A yotuig attorney in town wants ; l|| his name-sake nominated for the Presl-1 ft* dency, hoping thereby to be "set up" j to an appointment to an office. Just j J like a -Democrat! j K ?The Associate Reformed Presby- j lerlahi of White Oak arc erecting a! SR V neat, comfortable and commodious; sB ? church at that place. The building B'P* - will .probably be finished during the j summer. Br -' v ?Call at the office of K. J. McCarley & Co. an<l leave your order fo...

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. — 25 June 1884

V JSUTLJEJK SUtfYiilS IJrlJfci Jt LfciLli. r " - &?;.- feTE DOUBTS THE WISDOH OF PITTING CLEVELAND AGAINST BLAIXE. -V SKEWS''..**. Z ' : . ."'.iar The Hepublican? Havo Fnt Up Their StronsesOIan?Why Blaine is Strong to New York State?The One Chance of the Democrats. j Ixzw Yolo*.. Jane 20.?"Arc von * willing to give your views of the political situation, Geueral?" asked a reporter of the Sun of General Benjamiu F. Butler at the Fifth Avenue Kotcl yesterday. j "I do not know that they will be of j interest to anybody," was the answer,, "but I know no reason why I shoald - conceal them." PrttNAvfo** WKof /}a vah fiiinL* r\f fKo J7Vi ?? UUb V*v ? VU V* Jk*.u j nomination of 2tfr. Blaine? General Butler?I gnve my views on j this subject the day after his noinina-1 tion. It is tiie strongest nomination j that ;rould have been made, as it has , turned oat. Reporter?.But there seems to be. a | great*number of bolters. General Bntler?More apparent than real. I can remember when Mr. Web-'...

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 July 1884

. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1884. ~ ~ ' ,',f . ?????? Wyoming. A strctcn of dusky, barren plain. Hemmed in by mountains grim and oold. I T? *hn? rn ir.oflripd limb and brain Was viewed by seekers after frold. To them as pitiless as fate, . * As they crept to the golden gate. The schoolboy droning o'er his book. In stuay of his country's chart, Was told therein to never look For white man's land or busy mart; And on his atlas thumbed and worn Appeared this desert land forlorn. jf A railway gpuns the desert belt. And climbs the mountain's Jagged side-? ' Before It savage sway doth molt, " From prairies broad to ocean tide; And hign up in the continent Are nevr-made hemes ailed with content. And !o! a3 Midas :niser kin?, Beseeching-gods in days of old, Was given the power whonec anything He touched turned instantly to gold; So by the weight of iabor's wand. Transfigured 18 the desert land. j Upon the plains the black herds swarm. ] where'er the genial sunshine falls; From ea...

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 July 1884

I II I ? I ? ? II II. THE NEWS AND HERALD. * ~?? : WESXSBOIiO, S. C. WEDNESDAY. July 2, . : ; : I8S4. * JXO. 5. KETSOJultS. 1 > JESITOiiS. CtlAS. A. DOUGLASS,) Trrr rVbi/-> flpVo-otinn tn flip X.lHonal ?"o j Democratic Convention is reported to j be nearlv solid for Cleveland. The Cleveland boom seems to be J even more spontaneous and general j than the boom for the old ticket, which ; ended with Mr. Tilden's letter. Bex Butler is said to bo holding j frequent consultations with Joim Kei-1 ly and Roger A. Pryor about the | Democratic* situation. Bad company V for Mr. Prvor! _ . .. . it is said tii.it tne unoan element in ; Florida is strong1 for Blaine, under the i impression that his foreign policy i would lead to war with Spain, result- [ ing in Cuban independence. Speaker Carlisle is said to favor Cleveland for President on the Democratic tickct with Morrison for VicePresident. McDonald is now said to 1w> wttlino- to accent the nomination for the Vice-Presidency. The act...

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 July 1884

'fi >f'; ' "K. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. July 2. : : : : 1SS4. Nevr Advertisements. Notice?John C. Huey. i Citation?J. R. Boyles, J. P. F. C. j Notice to Creditors?Henry N. i Obear. Referee. i * I * ?Tlic Survivors of the 12th Kcgi- i I ^ mcnt, S. C. Y. will meet in this place j on Saturday 12th Inst. --Wehave two Osborn Reapers on: ^ hand, which vre wiii sell cheaper than any other reaper in the market. ^ ' Slay K. J. McCarley & Co. ?The Board of County Commission- j ers will meet on Thursday, the 3rd; iust., instead of Friday. Friday is a ! | legal holiday, and for this reason there : has been a change in the day of meet-j b ing. j |r Wo regret that the very spicy and j Kr - readable commnnication of "M." on; the commencement of Erskine College., owing to its length, was crowded out | of this issue. Wo hope to publish it 1 I Thursday. ?"RvArr one should remember the I plume drill in the Thespian Hall on j next Thursday night, the Srd instant.; The money realized at 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. — 2 July 1884

THE DEMOCRATS IN COUNCIL. PKOMPT AND HAHMONIOUS ACTION OF THE STATE CONVENTION. iC . . The Bttsiae** of Sleeting Integrates to Chicago, and of Nominating a State Tiekct, Finished In Very Short Order? The Platform of tho Party, Etc. [Condensed from Hie Columbia P^cg inter.] Pursuant 10 the co.il of the State Executive Committee, the Democratic State Convention of South Carolina met in the hall of the House of Representatives in Columbia, 0:1 Thursday last, being: called to order, at 12.20 o'clock, p. m., by General James F. Izlar, Chairman of the State CommieGeneral Izlar then nominated lion. Chas. H. Simonton. of Charleston, as temporary chairman, which was received with applause and unanimously lb': " adopted. Colonel Simos.ton approached the chair and was greeted with much apgsU plause, and upon assuming the gavel expressed his appreciation of the honor conferred, and urged the importance of harmonious action, and of* sending our best men to the National Convention. The Chairman r...

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 July 1884

jjjjj I L ' - .,,_ '. WINKSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1884. ''H s. r*.s f r-l r>r ?: ' if iiH^ jflTbftf^r . "Ijl* . * . " _ ___ _ . - ? tThe Boy Who ""Would Not Go to Bed. Yon may think him a dunce. But he bejrjred that foc-once. He mi^ht 6it up all night or as long as he _ pleased; ^ Tie nurse -was in tears, ' With her murmured "My dears!" But only the louder and faster ho teased. Overhearing the din, . His father came in; "Wish to sit up all night John?" he thoughtfully cried "Yon 6hall have your request ? jjgg - Tm you ve learneu we Know pest. Nurse can fro. I will stay at this naughty afi&* .When two .hours had passod, . ^ aJSF&F&X&S* so wo^d m >" from.Ms chair; Btrt, attempting to-sr6; Heard his lather's stern "No!" Keep your seat at the table. Your place, sir. Is there." ^ r" * Oh! how slow tifcks the clock, With its dickory dock ? k (Tor his father insists he should keep "Wide Till quite humlSly Be said: "May I please go to bed ? I've found you were...

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 July 1884

- *# E?* v " . ? w pttr':x- " .._ f r - - ?n n ? TUP VUWfi A\*T^ HT7PATB 1 uxl 11U II \J Alll/ i.iUlkUJUX/1 | WINNSBOBO, S. C. WEDNESDAY. July 9, . : ; : 18S4. fyO. S. REYNOLDS. ) v Editoks. CHAS. A. BOUGZASS.) Tilden recently told Governor Hoadley, of Ohio, that be would accept the Democratic nomination for the Presidency if unanimously tendered him. This surely is finally. A Boston lady is making the gavel to be used at the Democratic'National Convention, and afterward to be pre - A.1 T* seuted to tae succcssiut ciuiuxuaic. j.t wiil contain a fragment from Washington's tomb, marble from Caesar' m ' palace in Rome, and a piece of the t torch found in the wolf's den occupied by General Patnam at Pomfret, Conn. Boston Herald: "It is an instructive fact that the best Republicans and the worst Democrats threaten to bolt, and it shows that the majority of the Democrats are as ready to yield to a good nomination as the majority of the Republicans are to yield to a bad one. __ ? - -? ? -3...

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 July 1884

Bp ' I I ''BBMBBBMBMMMMMMMBBi ^ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. W3SX?1SDAT. July 0. : : : : 1S84. ^ Xjw Advertisement*. Nomination for Coroner. Sealed Proposals?J. B. Harvey, Chairman. Committee Meeting?T. TV. Woodward, Chairman. Lost?Jno. S. Reynolds. . Nomination for Representative. School Meeting?J. C. Caidwell, * ^ Chairman Board Trustees. Local Briefs. * ?The Sheriff says that he moves ^ that the "nominations do now close." ?The Skating Rink is quite a popular place of resort nowadays. ?Mrs. John D. McCarley has arriv^ ed in New York on her way home Y from Ireland. She expects to De m ^ "Winnsboro in the course of a week. ?The United States Senate has confirmed the appointment of onr young friend, Mr. D. D. Gaillara. as second lieutenant in the Corps of Engineers. ?We have two Osborn Reapers on % hand, which we will sell cheaper than any other reaper in the market.. OJ* "P T Hfrip AiDT rv Xr. C*.c\ JUi*y i-"X V vv WW. ?Mr. J. JR. Boyles leaves for "Walhalla to-day to make arrangements for ...

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. — 9 July 1884

r-- / c fecv ' il .I V THE MASON COTTON GIN. A NEW TRIUMPH FOR THE INVENTOR OF THE COTTON PICKER. Whitney Outdone at Last?A Cylinder Gin j which Promises to Supplant the Costly and 3&a-Q;jerou8 Saw Gin?Advantages of t&e Xe-pr Frocess. [From the News and Courier. ] The town of Snrnter in this State is I likely to become famous for having I given to the world an inventor whose genions, perseverance and versatility make him the peer of Edison, and whose inventions bid fair to be even more beneficial and far-reaching in tneir results inan tnose 01 tne electoral j wizard of the North. Mr. Charles T. j Mason, Jr., as most of our readers know:, has for several years pasfc been hard at work devising and perfecting ^ the wonderful Cotton Harvesting Ma-j chinc, which is now complete and] awaiting the fruiting of the staple in J order to demonstrate practically the 1 solution of the problem which has i puzzled the ingenuity of man for half a! century?how to pick the the cotton j cvop m...

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 July 1884

-- .. upLiLii ~ WIXNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1884. ~~ , ' - k Fantastic Effccts of Music. 8be twankled a tune on her light guitar, A low sweet g."Dg"e of tangled sounds. As blurred as the voices of fairies are, Dancine in the noondawn dal"s and do?ns; i And the tinkling dip of thy strange re* j frain * Ran o'er the rim of my soul like rain. j? The great blonde moon in the midnight skies j Ss? Paused and poised o'er the trellis eaves. __ j And the stars fa the light oI her upturned ; .Sift#?C their love through tho rifted leaves? ; Glinted and splintered in crystal mist Dow^the glittering string that her finger Oh, tue melody mad! Oh. the tinkle and i Wr Of-the ecstacy of the exquisite thing! f The red rose dropped from the window sill And lay in a long: swoon quivering; While thadying notes of the strain divine Kippling in glee up my spell-bound spine. : ?J. W. Biley. t The Open Sea. With sails outspread, benoata tne xsoriaere ; skies, , j Have stal-wart men endured the sti...

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 July 1884

THE NEWS AM) HERALD. WES3SB0R0, S. C. WEDNESDAY, July 16, . ; : : 18S4. JXO. S. REYNOLDS, ) y editoks. CUAS. A. DOrGLASS,) Miss Lula Hurst has captured New York city by her performances. man i mtm The Chicago Tribune calls thcDemocratic Convention, "The Bourbon Host's." Some patriotic Gniteau ought to kill John Kelly. The Democracy would supply counsel for his defense. Delegate Fellows, of New York, is said to be one of the most effective and eloquent speakers in the Democratic Convention. T>rz-irr * t?t? A PfAfrAU tho nQfrOTIO % J. Wi.ViiiXi.kX/ U.*. m A MVVAVU) VMV WW*. v..v mer, who arrived in America on Sunday last, is to become a citizen of the United States and to make his home at St. Joseph, Mo. Ex-Ooverxor Hubbard, the temporal' chairman of the National Democratic Convention delivered a very eloquent and telling speech on taking his seat as chairman of that body. Bex Bctleb is reported as saying ing that he -will actively support the nominee of the Democratic party whoeve...

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 July 1884

nnBHIBBHHBBBBBMBMBnHBIBBBI p LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WED>"ESDAT. July 16. : : : : 1884. p* ' New Advertisements. T,ncf?"W. Oscar Cricc. Nomination for School Commissioner. Dne "West Female College?J. P. Kennedy. k. Huntersville High School ? Rev. "W. TV. Orr, Principal. j ?In oar account of the plume drill' and ball we were candid enough to | say that the music was very poor, j f Under the circumstances it would: have been proper to have added that! the band was from Columbia, not j Winnsboro. k Special Notice.?It is requested of [ all parties, directly or indirectly con JUCV/IUU ? xVU LUC JL iVOVT IV1XU1I VUU4 vuj ; She, who wish to make an interment or to j erect any memorial to the dead within the enclosure of the chnrchyard of Scion church, that they, before so doing, have consultation with the deacons of said church. Peesoxal.?Mrs. Shaw returned home on Tuesday from New York. She is yet very ill, but much better . - than she has been for several weeks. ^ We hope she may soon rec...

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. — 16 July 1884

jaEHMBmHnnwaMMiaaMMiHHnc CLEVELAND AND HMDRICKsT|1 I i ( THE DE3IOCBATIC NOMINEES FOB I j PBESIDENT :VM) VICE-FKESIDEXr. I i ' The Proceodlnss of the National Conven- ! tion at Chicago?A Little Contest Over the j Unit Eule?Tammany Threatens, bnt the j Convention Is Xot Alarmed?Cleveland j Wins on the Second Ballot-Hendricks j Nominated Unanimously. Chicago, July 8.?The National Democratic Convention was called to 3^.. 10 /A fA-/lnv hv Sonji UIUC L iXL JL w .TV V ViVOtV j -V . tor Barnum, Chairman of the National i Democratic Committee. Prayer was j offered by the Eev. Dr. D. C. Marquis, of the Northwestern Theological Seminary. The Chairman then, after a few preliminary remarks, said "I have been j directed, by the unanimous vote of the : committee,"to name Hon. i.ichard B. j Hubbard, of Texas, for temporary chairman of this Convention. As! many as favor the election of H. B. j TTnKVvarvi fnr tomnnrarv chairman will! say 'aye;' contrary '*110.' Hon. R. B. Hubbard, of Texas, is unani...

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 July 1884

? ' ' ' WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1884. | . 1884 ,1884 S?* . - ' V. | ^ SPRINGr OPENING -BYP. Liflecltsr fc Bro. i i . r j-. We are now receiving every . . f. day our new v SPRING STOCK! i ' I - " ' 4 ? y i -v ; : * Attention is particularly directed to our new an&; elegant assortment of : , r? *;c" '* * JU. * SPRING" DRESS GOODS. -N-' - ' Trimmings for Dresses. LADIES' | CHILDREN'S t ' Fancy Hose,LACES and FICHUS of the latest novelties. LADIES'- 1 CHILDREN'S Trimmed Straw Hats. Our stock of CLOTHING for Men, Youth's and Children incomplete.5"" ~ ~ - ^ % , ~ .. _ We invite our friends and customers to give us an early call. l P. LANDECKER & BR0. jpp-? f*i &.. "Sfc, J. . ?-AND V. | *' & vV- v.Vs?.^?, STOMEHGOODS WeINYITETHE ATTENTION; OF v f.r O /J t i . r N.> the public to our large stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, O ' ' h * \ ' ' : We call the special attention of the ladles to our largo stock of DRESS GOODS, v. t "5 "j l*i * , * consisting in part ...

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 July 1884

THE NEWS AKD HERALD. WESNSBORO, s. c. VTED>-ESBAT. JnlT 23. : : : : 1884. J SO. S. RJETXOLliS. } V Editors. till AS. A. DOUGLASS.) 3k-' It >s reported that ex-Senator inur-1 man, of Ohio, will probably rnn for ; Congress, and if he does will be elect- j Gd* ~ "m Dr. Kocn, the cholera expert, main-1 tains that the germs of the disease arc j practically dead and powerless in a j dry atmosphere and incapablc of re- j producing themselves. TvNMjc-cjikj Post savs: "If all \ i nci _ that Bachelor Cleveland needs is mag-- j net ism, let him marry Lula Hurst at J once." That would make him solid in j Georgia. The Governor and Lnla are ! both phenomenal and he might go I farther and fare worse for a "star-! eyed goddess." The Baltimore Sun publishes a special to the effect that an alliance has been formed between the Baltimore & Ohio, the Jfostai ana U1C XMIIMIO w I Merchants' telegraph companies, to compete with the Western Union. They have consolidated for a period of twenty-five...

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 July 1884

W? # - - LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. July, 23, . ; : : 18S4. 3 Trrn:X<w Advertisements. Dancing Soiree. For Sale?J. M. Bcaty. Mill Notice?Thes. Anderson. At the Corner Store?J. M. Beaty. Tr.?f "Por?oi-ppf??TV R. THftiiniken. Something New?TV. E. Aiken. ? Local Briefs, ?The thermometer on yesterday U registered 96 in the shade. * ?For the past week or more there has been three steam threshing machines in fnll blast in town and vicinity. ?The town authorities are having some work done on the streets in town ?' ori<?V? to note ihe imnrove ' ttUU IT V? tuv A - . ment. ?Onr young friend Mr. Thurlow S. L Carter is now one of tbe editors of the B Lancaster Ledger. "We wish him Im, abundant success in journalism. IjPp ?The county commissioners held a * meeting in the oifice of the Probate Judge on Friday. Nothing but routine business was transacted. ?The upland corn in Fairfield county is perhaps better than it has been in five or six years, while the low r lands have been Daaiv in...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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