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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 27 August 1884

, "CLEVELAND'S ACCEPTANCE. 8Bggy:-;\ ?r?. 'i A RINGING DECXA RATI ON IN PAYOR vx agxu&ji. ifhat the People of the County Demand, and What their Public Servants Should XVillingly Perform. Albant, X. Y., Angust 19. -The following- was received to-day by Colonel Lamont, the private secretary of Governor Cleveland, who is at the Upper Saranac Lake, with instructions to make it public on its receipt: Albany, N. Y., August 1-S, ISS4. / i?.1.1 - r .1 wuuemen: j. nave rcxuivm.i \ uui communication dated July 28, i$S4, informing me of my nomination to the office of President of Jhe United States by tbe National Democratic C011--11tion lately assembled at Chicago. I accept the nomination with grateful appreciation of the supreme honor conferred and a solemn sense of the responsibility which in its. acceptance I assume, i have carefully considered the platform adopted by "ihe Convention, and cordially approve the same. So plain a statement of Democratic faith, and the principles upon which...

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. — 3 September 1884

WINNSBORO, S. C.^^DNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1884 ^ B ^ The Ancient Miner's Story. Oh, yes, I'm fixed as solid, sir, as most of folks I you see; 1 At least, the coyote. Poverty has ceased to j snifZ at me;. , . , , I That mine is worth a million down?that is, it to is to-day; E What it miirht cost tc-morrow, though, I i couldn't exactly say. . A boy in old Connecticut?this dream I used 3E& to hold; _ i I&k What if the cellar of our house should spring j a leak with gold, 5 ?V/ . - <.? r j Mb And I from there at any time a shining lump ' Bl could bring 1? .. ? , j & rvegot a cellar ia tbis.roci that's just that l Hp sort o' thing. Wr ^^^The sum my father slaved himself for twenty j HP rs t0 pay Wp rVefHm^ut of that there hole in less than j Wjr Tf T eould leadMft??iLP von path, Td make r ^ him smile, at leastr*""*-But his old labor-hardened hands arc moider- > - ? ing in the East. J I'd pack my mother up.this hill, and open to ! k Enough-to grre a'beircflttoi all'the poo...

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. — 3 September 1884

- - i THE NEWS AND HERALD, j s?- ? = ! WINNSBOKO, S. C. WEDNESDAY. September 5, . ; 3 1884.1 SXO. S. REYNOLDS. ) Zi . , y ;jditob3. * VITAS. X. DOVGLASS.) They have at last figured out the assets of Ferdinand "Ward, Grant'sWall Street partner, to be $30,000. Dk. Taxner says he would rather fast sixty days i? Minnesota than forty in New York. The air in Minnesota is food in itself, owing to its oxygen. Tire Detroit Free Press is confident that the Prohibition vote in Michigan will reach 30,000, and expects Cleveland to have a plurality ranging anv"''nowi fWvm IflOnflrn 1ri_0ft0. General Logan, it is said, has been invited to make some speeches in Georgia in the month of October, aud will probably accept. IfLojran vahies his time or bis eloqnerce, he had better not waste them int?eor<rin. ^ The Richmond Dispatch says that as comparatively few artesian wells will' snpplyjfcny city, and as they cost but ~ - littte, it cannot ^be many years -before all surface wells will be abandoned,...

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. — 3 September 1884

| LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. September 3. : : J 1S-S4. X w Advertisements. Keep Cool?F. W. Habenicht. & To the Public?Romedy & Smith. Tax Notice?Jas. Q. Davis, County Treasurer. k Local Briefs. * ?There are at least fifteen cases of fever of one form or another in town, and it is reported to us that some of ' the'physicians in the country have now* B as many as twenty cases each of typhoid fever in their respective practices. / ?A very curious egg was found some-time ago upon the plantation of ft Dr. W. K. Turner, about ten miles r . from this place. The egg was, upon ^ the outside, perfectly formed and with , ^ am appearance simply natural, while in t?e centre of It was a small egg about the size of a bird's egg, as well formed as could possibly be. The shell sur| routiding the smaller one was like the I shell of the!?.rger one, and the yellow belonging to the larger egg was nicely j fHstribated around the shell of the I smaller egz Who will venture to ex. plain this ph...

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. — 3 September 1884

THOUGHTS FOR THE MONTH. r*- tlMJXY TOPICS FOR THIS CONSIDERATION OF PROGRESSIVE FARMERS. What Work Should be Done daring the Month of September?ValnaMe Snggestions from High Authority. [ W. L. Jones in Southern Cultivator.] Winlcr-growing crops and those for cutting ar.d feeding green, earlv in the spring, have been quite fully discussed in recent numbers. We have endeuvored to impress upon the reader tliic great value of rye. It stands tlis severest cold, and is therefore the if TT?111 *r?AI?A All f 1>A OUlC.'Jt UV[?, il/ UAll JiVALi aivi g VII ui^ same quantity of land than any gram grass we have; it does not require laud as rich as some other crops, but ? - the richer the land the better it pays. All winter crops should be on rich land. If the reader has no very rich land, iiis difficult to make it ri^h suddenly. Stable manure should always be used in attempts to enrich poor land , quickly. Where land is already in good condition, commercial fertilizers will make them yield we...

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. — 10 September 1884

WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1884. ^ . ' '' j is. ? A Year's "Wooing. *Twas Autumn when first they stood on the ! bridge: Ripe pears on the pear tree, ripe corn on the ! ridsre; Tfco swallows Hew swiftly far up in the blue, j L And speeding still southward, were lost to j I view. J' "j f ' Said he: "Can yon love rne, as I can love < ' . you?" She said, quite demurely, "Already I do!" , 1 'Twas winter when next they met on the i The pear frees were brown, and bare was tho j The swailows were feathering their nests in She lQ?te-i in bis face, and she burst into j r* , o * His noge it was pincbed, and his lips they ! were blue. Said sbe: "I can't lovb you!" Said he: "Nor j Iyoui" 'Twas Aprinjrtime when next they .stood on ! <dbe bridge: .And/white was the pear tree and green -was ; f the ridge: ThiC swallows had thoughts of a speedy re- j ^.nd the midglets were dancing a-down the j He savd: "Pretty maiden, let bj-gones go V Can you love no again?" She said: "I can ....

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. — 10 September 1884

sg^s-- : HgK fev" Str- :o?> "%. t?_': .THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINXSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY. September 10. : : : 1SS4. 'SO. 5. REYNOLDS. ) 1 v>k?!t01.s. ?II.IS. A. DOVGLAS&.i An Albany clcction prognosticator - pate up the figures for Xew York thus: Cleveland's vote will be ">75,000, Blaine's 525,000, Butlers 80,000, St. John's 35,000. The Birmingham, Ala., Aye says i the best brown sugar is selling in the ! wholesale markets at five cents per pound, and fine granulated sugar can be purchased at six cents per pound. The Republican papers say that the Ohio Democrats have plenty of money and will use it to some purpose on election day. This may be a clever j way of discounting Republican defeat. What troubles the New York Sun now is trying to explain its opposition to Governor Gleveland in the face of its numerous vigorous endorsements of him before he was nominated for the Presidency. The Louisville exposition promises to prove a financial success, despite the prophecies to t...

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. — 10 September 1884

^ss -. :*?T- - . . mKBmSBB^^ - .n:. -. - ,-r-" - ' ^Ssrrv^Kv.-. ' :; .' ' LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. TTPmTSBAV. September 10, . ; : I8S4. Xew Advertisements. , Xotice?J. H. Harden & ?ro. Sealed Proposals?J. R. Harvey, Chairman. Town Ordinances?I. X. Withers, I Clerk. A. Home and State Enterprise--The j Cotton Plant. Notice?T. L. Gladden, Qualified j Executor. t Columbia Female College?O. A. Darby, D. D., President. Sealed Proi>osals?J. R. Harvey, Chairman. Winnsboro Hotel?A. F. Gooding, ^ Proprietor. Irocal JBriofs. fc ?Now thai the big fight in the pri )^ mary is over, things seem rather flat. I ?The Steam Fire Engine Company were out for practice.on Tuesday after?The Town Council has passed an anti-hog ordinance. See notice in another column. ?Until further notice the TTinnsboro r National Bank will open for business at 9? o'clock, a. m., and closs at 2?, fefe: P- m." ?Green spectacles arc becoming quite the rage in "Winnsboro. Nearly everybody has sore-eyes, or is afraid I of get...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 10 September 1884

THE STATE CAMPAIGN. HINGING ADDRESS OK THE STATE ' EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. An Earnest and Effective Arraignment of Republicanism and Its Methods in the i '.instate aad the Xation-The Duty of the j ST '"A:-, ' Hour Eloquently Portrayed. Heaimjlaktees State Democratic Committee, 5gS$.<v Columbia, S. C., September 1, 1SS4. Fellow-Citizens : A struggle of far-reaching and wide-spread importance is now in progress. By its result the collective morality of the Anteri wui iviii uw aim luuii \ fitness to govern themselves with wis-1 dom be judged. To refuse to condemn ; crime is io condone it. To choose as i President a candidate who ha*; betrayed ; a public trust is to invite and encour- i age official infidelity. In a govern-: ment of and for the people, venality j in him who is elected Chief Magistrate j is more portentous of ill than the j shadow of the sword. The wounds 1 inflicted on liberty by I tie hand <>t military power may, in course of time, j be healed; but national blood...

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. — 17 September 1884

,r;.. - -- - .. . ..... ... . . .. _ . ^ .... ~ WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 1884. Unmade Hay. We knew by the clouds to the eastward It was groins' to rain that day. And there was the whole of the meadow lot All spread with the frajrrant hty. And the clouds jrrew darker and larger k As the wind the tree tops tossed, And. bard though I was working-, f It s?< mcd that the hay was lost. l_ My farm was a small and poor one, jgL And the hay crop was all I bad, Bl And I could not alTord to hire a man. For the times was dull and bad. Sfi? And matters were looking- dreary : For me that summer day, M^^^*Vhen I heard a sweet voice behind me: Jf*. r"I will help you get in toe cayi 'Tvas my neighbor's daughter Molly, j Who lived across the road, And soft was the light of her downcast eyes, ! And the blush on fcer cheek that glowed. I jrladly accepted the service She offered in a friendly way, And there by tny side thnt afternoon j She helDcd mc gather the hay. *. She was no fine...

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. — 17 September 1884

' "> * " <k~ S it- -r.. I THE NEWS AND HERALD. ' WESNSBOBO, S. 0. ?epiemoei- ij. : : : !?? **X0. S. REYNOLDS. ) Editoks. A, DOUGLASS,) THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President. G ROY Eli CLEVELAND, of N.i*\v York. For Vice-President. TIIOMAS A. HENDRICKS, of Indiana. For Governor. HUGHS THOMPSON. For Lieutenant-Gopernor. JOHN C. SIIEPPAKD. For Secretary of State. i | . JAMES X. LIPSCOMB. For Attorney-General. CHARLES RICHARDSON" MILES. For Slate Treasurer. JOHN PETER RICHARDSON. . . For Comptroller-General. WILLIAM E. STONEY. F<yr Superinteiuleht of E-lvcatiou. - ASBURY COWARD. For Adjutant and Inspector General. ARTHUR M. MANIGAULT. For Cortgress?Fourth District. WILLIAM H. PERRY. For State Senator. ^?v. TH033AS W. WOODWARD. For Representative*. CHARLES A. DOUGLASS, THOiLlS S. BRICE, SHERIDAN R. RUTLAND. * For Clerk of Count. W. H. KERR. For Sheriff. r JOHN D. McCARLEY. For Probats Judae. J. R.BOYLES. s For School Commissioner. JOHN BOYD. For County Commissioners. JAMES G. HER...

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. — 17 September 1884

v ? k^?-% ri v" " :% \% ".% . *, ^?? i ?" ? g "" t r.n s T [\tTT7.T,T.[G"FAT,E. UKi\;n iJ TTEDXE SD.\T. September 17, : ; : 1884. I3TPOE TAXT SOTICE. 5 To the Presidents of the Democratic \ Clubs in Fairfield County: Yonr attention is called to the fact that the State Executive Committee has appointed a public meeting- to be held at TViunsboro, on Saturday, October 4, j to be addressed by several of our cam- j V paign speakers. It is the duty, as it I should be the pleasure, of every good . 3>emocrat, to show, by his presence at J the meeting, that his loyalty to the j x- "'miter and his devotion to j pariy on. v^j v..? ? principle is as ardent, as ever. tj| You are therefore directed to inform I every member of your Club that he is j|& expected to be present at "Winnsboro pifta. on the 4th day of October, on horsel|ggSj& back, and in the regulation uniform of reB?ipr- the Democracy?red shirts. mm The president of each Club "will rep port, Tvith his Club, to the County &g...

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. — 17 September 1884

pr~" r THE TIDAL WAVE. , v i A MIGHTY SWELL AMONG THE GERMANS OF THE NORTH WEST. '/ , The Address of Carl Schnrz in Milwaukee Personal Liberty an Issue of the Campaign?Political Notes Fr-.m Various Quarters. Milwaukee, Wis.; September 10.? * Hon. Carl Schurz arrived in. this city onYesterday afternoon, direct from Greenwich^ Conn., and was given a Complimentary dinner by a number of his German friends at the St. Charles Hotel. The party was informal and included a number of gentlemen of all parties, while hundreds of citizens called in the course of the day to pay their respects to the distinguished visitor. In the evei'ing he addressed an audience of fully 10,000 people ac Schlitz Park, one of the most delightful summer gardens in the West.- Mr..Herman Sige/, editor of the Freie Presse, the German Republican paper Which bolted Blaine the day alter he was nominated, was president of the mooting. Mr. Schurz's appearance 01: the stage was the signal for applause that lasted ten or fif...

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. — 24 September 1884

^ .Constancy. I will be true. Mad stars forsake their courses. And, led by reckles meteor?, turn away From paths appointed by the Eternal Forccs; But my fixed heart shall never go astray. Like those calm words, whose sun-directed j& motion p* Is undisiurbed by strife of wind cr sea. So sbali my swcrveless and serene devotion . Sweep on forever, loyal unto thee. I will be true. The fickle tide divided ?r<M unrocf tn v n ouvivc1^ ?? u***vw? |&> May, to and fro, shift, always undecided. Not so the tide of passion in my breast: BHv- Like the grand surge of some resistless river That hurries on, past mountain, vale and | Tin to the main its waters to deliver. So my full heart keeps cli its wealth for thee I will be true. Light barks may. be belated Or turned aside by every breeze at play, "While sturdy ships, -well mannered and richly freighted, Witn broad sai.'s flying, anchor safe in bay. Like pome firm rock, that, steadfast and un. shaken. k. Stands all unmoved, when ebb...

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. — 24 September 1884

a? " ? . THE NEWS AND HERALD, j V-WIXXSBORO, S. C. * . . j ri&i?"'" f TTEDXESDAY. September 24, : ; : 1884. j ?i ? --s . ] mo. S. KEYXOLUS. ) . V * UlMrOKS. ^ ' Gll.LS. A. DOUGLASS.) ? v z_THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. | 1 For President. GKOVER CLEVELAND, of New York. . " For Vice-President. 1 THGaLiS A. HENDRICKS, of Indiana. 1 1 Ji. For Governor. fe* : i i'. HUGHS THOMSON. For Lieutenant-Governor. . JOHN C. SHEPPARD. For Secretary of State. , JAMES X. LIPSC03ID. ( ^ S?g " - , For Attorney-General. < ^ CHARLES RICHARDSON MILES. - '** For State Treasurer, a JOHN PETER RICHARDSON. - For Comptroller-General. WILLIAM E. STONEY. gftfc - - : For Superintendent of Education. i ASBURT COWARD. - " " - For Adjutant and Inspector General. ARTHUR M. MANIGAULT. For Congress?Fourth District. WILLIAM II. PERRY. tor State senator. THOMAS W. WOODWARD. (?,* For Represeidaticc*. ^CHARLES A. DOUGLASS, THOMAS S. BRICE, SHERIDAN R. RUTLAND. For Cleric of Court. W. n. KERR. For Sheriff. JOHN D. McCARLEY....

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. — 24 September 1884

^ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. Septcrobev 24. : : : 1SS4. Advi>rtisem?nt?> ^ For Sale?J. M. Beaty. A Card-E. L. Wilson. Read This?A. Williford & Co. , Notice?John Boyd and Others. Read J. 2J. Beaty's advertisements. ^ Sale and Feed Stables?A. Williford ^ & Sons. House and Lot For Sale?Jos. W. t McCreight. Your First Cotton?McMasicr, Brice & Ketchin. Clover Seed?McMaster, Brice & Ketchiri. j \ Local Briefs. ?Let's have a rousing meeting on pp the 4th of October. ?Sheriff McCarley left on Friday with six prisoners for State peniten|||^ ?A considerable quantity of cotton J in town on .Friday. Trie oest graues brought 9J cents. ?Mr. LaMotte, of the Columbia Register, was in town last week, look-1 ing after the interests of that excellent ^ paper. ?There must be a rousing meeting ^ here on the 4th of October. Every I 1 Democrat ought to'come out in his red K shirt. If ' ?The local department of the Newberry Observer is perhaps better than that of any other county ...

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. — 24 September 1884

BLA INK'S STOKV OF HIS MACHIAGK. A Piteous App^aJ for Mercy for his Wife's 'and Family's Sake. W&t . . Xkv.' "Yonic, .September If.- The lion. Win. Walter Phelps Jakes the responsibility of jiving' io the public the following private letter jtddre.ssctl to Iiim nearly two weeks :iiro: Augusta, >1k., September 8, I'sSi. My Dear Mr-. Phelps: I have your favor of the 1th advising me that the continuous invention and wide circulation of evil reports render it advisable (in your judgment) not io wait the slow process of law, but to s)>eak direetlv-to the public in my own vindication. Iii'this opinion many others on whose judgment I rely concur. I shrink instinctively from the suggestion, though I feci sure I could . - cti'onnrllifMi ) Vif> fnnfiilfni'O f\!" -ill wtio feci friendly to me by bringing to view the simple thread of truth which is concealed in this endless tissue of falsehood. Yon can imagine how inexpressibly painful it is to discuss one's domestic affairs in the...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 1 October 1884

I -'4t.? 1 L?l H, llli Ill, ,.H. II, II _ mil J J IWIU.'UI 11 Jill Iji fek S '' ; ^^ ,?v/ ii! i ^ 1 11. . *' I ! ?---r? - _ : rrrrr^ ? . --?== ijrr-r- ,11, 1 1 1 l r.i ll.li III I'H'lll.HfijW I, .1, " n '' '" r '' "' '"' " ' ' 1 '111 1 11 '-? _ _; ; _ winnsboro, g-p., ': , V,: ;v: ^ j A Liittlo Roy-Lover of Mine. A fnoo to-day on tho strcot I mot, Now dcoply bronzod and bonrdod grown, With ft look fn tho oyos I can't forgot j For 'twBB n vlsago I hnvo known; ' liOnp years ago wlion my stop was Hoot, . Woou brightly my youthful oyos could L Hhtne, A This very man I olinncod to moot W Wns ft littlo boy lovor of iniuo. few, J)hl ho rcoall mo wlion wo passed So noar upon tho crowdod stroot? . Wo both of us woro walking fast Bnk Whon our rnpld gitnicos onnncod to moot; But I suw his eyc-llds givo, I tho'lf A swlftnud rooognlzlng Blgn, And I Hiild myself, "IIo has not forgot,? Tlfis littlo boy-lovorof mluo." " aii, wnnt nns nnpponod in nil tlioso yonro Of rapid, ovor changing lifo? IIuh I...

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. — 1 October 1884

THE NEWS AND HERALD.. . . ?<r ''?=fe I WINN8BORO, S/0. I r;~?==.-= r-^prrr-.T? ~ ?rri- fps?:=-.8= WDDNKSDAY. Octobot 1. f I ? 188?. ft * %?} - T" .*JVY>. *. itJGYNOLUSf ) V > EDITORS. VHAS. A. nOVOLASB,) THK DKMOCRilTIC TICKET. For President. (JHOVRR nT.Tr.vwr.avr? r _ , ? ? w VI 11VIT A U?Ai V;?v<c: tt' * '?; jPbr Kkfc-Pre?i<fe/t$. TltOMAS A: 'lIENDRlbgS, of Iiullann. f;? vr - x .l'br Governor^ > ; HUGH s THOMPSON. . ' ? : I ,.Jfyy Lieutenant-Governor. . I JOHN 0, 6HEPPAUD. .! For Secretary of State. .''j" JAMES N. LIPSCOMU. Jt 'Attorney*General. ; CHARLES RICHARDSON MILES, i! >.l t" J'br State Treasurer. JOHNPETBII RICHARDSON. ' i|i > ' ' 7 i 1 j] Oofnntroller"GensraL william e. stoney. /tor1 -Superintendent of Education. askijry coward. f(Jr Adjutant and Inspector General. arthur m.manigault.' ' $07* Oongress?fourth i)i?trkt. . s m ' wllliail ii. ferry. . for State Senator. thomas w. woodward. for Representatives. charles a. douglass, thomas s. rrice, . sh...

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. — 1 October 1884

anmgN^pjjy. /< y ? .' /p ' 1'' '' - v - LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY, October 1, I. ; x J884. t - r. - ' jnow AdvortiHoraoun. For Sale?\V. D. Aiken. Notico to Trespassers Chas. Tiihins. t Tho Change of Seasons?P. Lnndeokor & Bro. Notico of Snlo?J. It. Boylos. Teachers Wanted?John Boyd.. i Local ISrlofc. k ?Cotton begins to. come in quito fVcoly. rriio piicos averages about 9$ cents. ?Wo ought to have noxt Saturday tho biggest mooting of red-shirt DcmoL orftts since 187C. r ?Wo hope that our friends when . thoy soil their cotton will romembor their promises to pay their subscripts. ion "in tho fall". ' v ?xne uouiocruuc viuus win asscnibio iu full force on tho Collego green, In this placo, at ten o'clock on hoxt Saturday morning. ?Attention is callod to tlio advertisement of Mr. W. D. Aikon, published in another column. Tho property offered for salo is especially dosir& ?blo. ?Lot tho meeting next Saturday show tho Radicals that Fairfield means to do her full duty in tho ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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