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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 14 December 1881

\ ^ V WEEKLY EDITION. ~V WiyNSBOEO, S. C.. WEBfffiESI) AY, DECEMBER 14, 1681. ESTABLISHED IN 1848. 3gjj THE BLACK ROBE. BY "WILIvIE COLLINS. ?AUTHOR OF? * THE "WOU^S IN WHITE," "THE MOON ? STOJiE," " AFTER DABS," "NO NAME," " MAN AM) WIFE," "THE LAW ANE ^ TTTP1 LADY," " TH2 KEW MAGDALEN," ETC., ETC. BOOK THE THIRD. " Do you like dogs, Mr. Eomayne ? he "asked. "I see my spaniel's eyei saying that he likes yon, and his tai begging yon to take some notice of him.' Bomayne caressed the dog rathe: absently. Ms new friend had unconsciously presented to him a new view of the JJ 1 ? i. X* TI7.V4a? UATi^tjr aspect; ui ins uvvii nit;. r v> uui/er field's refined pleasant manners, his generous readiness in placing th< treasures of ids library at a stranger'; disposal, liad already appealed irresistibly to Bomayne's sensitive nature. The favorable impression was nov greatly strengthened by the briefly bold treatment which, he had just hearc of a subject in which he vras serioush intereste...

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. — 14 December 1881

. ? . Jia NiiWS AM) HhUALi), [;j WfXSSBOKO. 6. C\ j"_ yTEDSZiD.ir. SJ^mb.-r W?l. ?( fl'. ' K iss it .i l~{S. kliltok. : ->.vi*. s. G KY Xlls.J?*. A-vvk-'li ru Kwtok. Ax-rtH'K to inte.rtere in tij<? iai ?-i?'<*ti?>:i. Million*.' J iiM'J th<* Hfnuhiintiis tnn*i come tv> an ] *! ^r. cmc yt without u&ji.. ! " Mis?!>sm*k the only Stale in the n in v. Iiifis t hvr<* is not national u 1?a;jL. Ar^s i> the only territory !; flwr is ..nf ??i lljtfse lions. I It is rprr*ti:ic?? I thai Nvutieaskj*?>l<j , . *; to -xtwb? a nrw ex^e- ^ d: ????> t?? i ??- Ar.-ue r?*^r:??s. nncHs iww . making n> thaU'iit!. ; Tu>: !?.?;?. (] to examine; 11 PJ;V?<> the comtort ol the ; 24 Kinth Massachusetts lU'jrinnnit at i l) ?<??*? liiu<'has nut vvi ' {uuth* ;i report. and all the proc<'?M!inys " itn- under :im oail: of seiTPev. Of course | **-?? w !?i t-yer be ilonc to any ?nc?n- : ^ 1>>M* of r!,;f a? jtlui/c a.ro so j v $U*t:iy hn,plu>h~ of esg...

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. — 14 December 1881

V * ' ' ? I'O WN A OOUNTY. V?DS?99itT, Oconalx-r J?, z : : 18#;. Tkkms-OX tjrf. nkws and hkkai.d. -Tri^sreeidy four tioJiars p*-r JHHOnf. iu advance: \\-e?*kiy -edition, two dollars ami filly cent-" ytr<tsiri<iKi. 211 advance- Ubwad discount la clubs ^ of live* ;rud apivard*.. Katks (*v aiovkkti-snci:.?Or.e doiUi j* r inch for <tl:c lirst iustrrtion. y.id fifty c?-uN per lacii for eiieh ?uli?cu .out iux-rt'ou. *n*c*^* rates ;:j.p!v to id nd ol*tfiiicvcr natmv. mid art- payable *:r:et2y iu ndvtuiri*. (. ontvuci> for tlmic. s?a:-<rr twcho ui-mths nade on very -lfberat.! te.t :us. Transit--it local witic^s, cents per line Jot tbe.fnvt insertion aad seven and pnc-luilf cent* per lint' for each suVseaneut insertion. Obituar-ws and tribute- of j^peet <^iarjfod a* adv-ert'iM.-m<ecs-K. aunoiiuwcaes^ oc ii'irriai'ei' and deaths published free or liaise. :tnd solicited. A.H eoiittnunicalioiis. of whatsoever nature, Khould l>e addressed to the \?'imi*boro Publishing Com...

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. — 14 December 1881

pi!" Jill " FAKE, GARDEN A>D HOUSEHOLD.! Newly Set Trees. Watering is not often necessary for nearly set trees. "We have known them to be injured by surface watering when ! mulching would have saved them. If yon have a mellow soil and mnlch yonr trees several inches thick you ^ill seldom need to wa*er them. The only way in which water can be advantageously applied is to remove the soil from the roots to the extent of the hole dug for planting, then pour in water nntil the roots are thoroughly soaked, re- j place the earth and mulch. Cultivate Youns Orchard*. Professor Beal, of the Michigan Agricultural College, says: "If you have! money io fool away, seed down your j jotmg orchard to clover and timothy, i or sow a crop of wheat or oats. If you want the trees to thrive, cultivate well till they are seven or ten years old. Spread ashes, manure, or salt broadcast. Stop cultivating in August, j weeds or no weeds; this allows the trees to ripen for winter. The question whether to cult...

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 December 1881

FT" * ^ * | WEEKLY EDITION. ^ \ WIXNSBORO, S. C- WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 21. 1881. ^ ESTABLISHED IN 184a ^ THE BLACK ROBE. BX WILKIE COLLINS. t ? v. ?AUTHOB of? L "THE \TOiIAN ix v/mn:," "tits moo* V STONE," "AFTZE DABK," "XO ?vtv ivmstto." "tfttilawast THE LADY," "THE JvEW MAGDALEN*," ETC., ETC. k : ~~ "v.-- " On arriving at Ten Acres Lodge I found Komayno in Ms study. His manuscript lav before him?but he was not at work. He looked worn and haggard. To this day I don't know from what precise nervous malady he suffers ; I could ^ only guess that it had been troubling him again since he and I last met. " My first conventional civilities were dedicated, of course, to his wife. She is still in attendance " on her mother. Mrs. Eyreccurt is now considered to be k out of danger. But the good lady {whc is ready enough to recommend doctors x- -i.i 1 -\ tu umer peupiey peisxsis JXI CUULUXXU^ LJUCU she is too robust a person to require medical help herself. The physician in attendance trusts enti...

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. — 21 December 1881

m ^ i* JHE yEWi^yD HE^l)^ I wixxsjsoro, s. e. WSDXEtDAI. D?cetaber SI. : t > tMl. | - | r. tfKAXS DAVIS. editor. JXV. X. tiEYSOLDH. aaeociife euros. Rsw>LEnEXGF.u titkes the cake. He will represent Virginia in the United States Senate for the next six years. "Whata-ikttu there, my countrymen. St is now posi ti vely asserted that j;!i**s had 110 authority to take charge of President Garfield's cage; that the fick man wanted Boynton, and that Mrs. Garfield makes no secret of her husband*'Wish. The Guitea j trial has worn everybody <>ut, and public opinion is settling: <1own to the belief that he is more k?ave than fool. The exports are almost unanimous in testifying u> his sanity. The colored juror lias .been quite sick. If he caves the whole case will have to be heard again. If the stock law be made general over the whole State, it would be well to delay its going into operation until January 1st, 1883. It is a radical change, and as it was not expected in a wjuxber...

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 December 1881

^7; * ' ''1' W?I>KKSD^T. Bececofeer ?J, : : ; 18*1. 1 t ^ms o* tn*n?ws and hj&rald. j' ), .-1 -l-woekfy idttJon, four dollars /;$/ j) : .v?, :h it?hr??cc; wceTclv X'ditioii. ', ^ fy itoiiaiw ?na ni^y //C7 , 5*. haifce." "E&eniT discount to clubs ; ' of ivo and up*rards. j 1 1 \tks ok Auvimmrxr,.?OnedoJlai i-. pe- nch for the first insertion, and; ?. % ^ csiffcper to'efefor eaclisvfbseu <ent ] I ' *>?: ^%h?th?jatc?'apVK- to'ail ad'! < V'* i^ineuttj?^wbate^'er riafci?re, and j . fetiv^ayabk' strictly. Us advance, (-"on- ' f " ti>'*:V for three* aftc'or twelve months j ipi Ui on very, liberal terms. Tran- 1 r * ' ?u .loc^j n&tic^s fifteen cents per < {tl: iorifi&frfab insertion and seven . .. '6rii vn^.JuftJX ce?l5 per line for eacb | f ; Sequentiiisertioii. Obitua-ies and if t ir;tr tfes'of" rcngcet chained as adver-1 i * fir* :-?ent^. Simple announcements oi \ " t>> ria^res xiulxtefttiw published free oi j f ^ r aTfcf^&fifcited. : ' cocaiaU...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 21 December 1881

"WILD HORSES. f How They Catch and Manase Them in the Far Went. A letter from Fort Collins, Col., to J % the Cincinnati l&vtmercial, says : Socne of the most fascinating scenes in the boy's book world being those in which ice wiio. norsa ngures, it was & with something of the old youthful thrill that a party of us the other dav heard our driver exclaim, "There is Wild Horse Jerry and a lot of wild broncos in that corral yonder." Busi: . nesswas left to take care of itself for the present, and we drove quickly over to the place indicated, a rede enclosure about hlty feet square, in which were some uczen horses, mcstly about two ! years old, and in their appearance well justifying iht-same applied to the na live horses o? the west, ' broncos," the "^.Spanish word for "rough." The dimenovel pre&rto1ferrv> name had led us to expect such a looting character as adorns the initial page of that class of literature, or the second-rate stage; but we found him. and his two partn...

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 December 1881

^ v ~V .mm ? 1 w ? -Tar m WEEKLY EDITION. \ WIXNSBORO, 8. C., WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 28; 1881. ESTABLISHED IN 1848. ' *- I tttyc ruTrox. | SOUTH SEA SLATES. . THE BLACK ROSE. ; ?? SY WILKIE COLLINS. ?AUTHOK OF? "733 WOMAX IX WHITE," "THE MOOH STONE," "AFTER DASK," "XO NAME," " HAS AXD WIFE," " THE LAW AXD M THB LADY," "THE SEW MAG9^ DALEX," ma, Era " There is no need for me to trouble you with a narrative of what I saw?faX, _ - vored by Doctor Wy brow's introduction v"--v?at the French boy's bedside. It was shbply a repetition of what I had already heard. There he lay at the - / height of the fever asking, in the intervals of relief, intelligent questions relative to the medicines administered to him, and perfectly understanding the answers. He was irritable when we asked birr? to take his memory back to the time before his illness, and then he answered in French: " I haven't got a memoiy.' 44 But I have something else to tell you, which is deserving of your best attention. The envelop...

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 December 1881

| iHE NEWS AM) HERALD. VESXSBOItO, s. c. p- VEBNE5DAT, Deccm'>er : : : 1S8 |jj|^ Ji. MKAXS DAVIS, Eoitok. p-.t j vXO. S. Hj?XXOLDS, Associate Editor. Kiddlebeegei: lias beeu clootc r* 'senator irom \ lrgima. ue wui a< t with Mahoue. liis friends say, goin into neither caucus. ?!? The system fur h>cu! taxation f?. gs' schools, known as the Winnsboroplai 1| is gradually working its way in tli E State. A bill has been introduced t P- . provide for local taxation in the Cit &. of Greenville. This shows the aw at ening influence of last summer's Xo! I" sail Institute. Spkakkr Keifek lias put ail hi [ brother Stalwarts into fat places o the House committees, Half-breed k and Democrats alike take a back seatl" much to the disgust of the formei ""The programme will be stalwart al rhe way through. Determined effort will be made to unseat Democrats i: all contested eases. If the Democrat! Minority permits this, it deserves t suffer.. I cm, Information lias been received tha the 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. — 4 January 1882

^ | \ ^ ^ " | ^ WEEKLY EDITION. WINffSBORO, S. C., WEDJ^SPAYyJANUARY 4, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1848. |j THE BLACK ROBE. BY AVILKIE COLLINS. gT" ?AUTHOR OF? *THE WOMAN IN" WHITE, " "THE MOOT?Hjgfc. 6T0NE," " AFTEB DABK," "SO NAME," |Pisr c< MAX AND WIFE," " THE LAW AND y nm T.AT>V" "THE NEW MAG ' y DALES," ETC., ETC. CHAFXEB II : : -.::OSE ASD B0MAYXE. On the next day Penrose arrived on his visit to Romajnc. The affectionate meeting between the two men tested Stella's self-control as it had never been \ tried jet. She submitted to the ordeal with the courage of a woman whose happiness depended on her outward - graciousness of manner toward her ^ husband's friend. Eer reception of Penrose, viewed as au act of refined n_ courtesy, was beyond reproach. When X she found her opportunity of leaving the room, Homayne gratefully opened the door for her. "Thank you!" he whispered, wit u a ioo& viuca was mN tended to reword her. She only bowed to him, and took refuge in her own room. ^...

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 January 1882

news and herald. B12>XE>DAT, January 4. : : : 18S2ftfo. s. r r. >\volds. associ>tk editor. | 1: The Richmond & Danville Railroad ti ok the five hundred dollar prize at 5. ? tne Atlanta ?*xposuiuii xur ujo uwi . i-. Htthy of native wood. jgjffif Bellefoxt, Alabama, is without a BE*|store. The only two merchants in the j. K "place got into a row the other dav and . L ?hot each other to pieces. Competition ^ p* may be the life of trade, hut in this Brj^ase it proved the death of the trader. ^ m Guiteau has been put in the prison- t B^r's dock at last, where he should have Hibeen all the time. The experts almost ^ ^^unanimously reject t he insanity theory, ^ and the sheriff is about negotiating for J1 Khemp and a cheap scaffold. : c H j" Radicals predict that they will have ? fir * six Democrats kicked out of Congress {, it by the end of January. If the Demo pfcrats will stand square to the mark, s r and try Kadical tactics in filiibustering H I thev cai produce a deadlo...

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 January 1882

jpn fo ' few?? >' * ? nVivv \vn rvvrv'iv J U\V -> A_\ J) i>V/L i V Tr.RM* <y~ T:::: avt> 7Fr:;\r.... -'i'ri-V.'Oflilv cil"IV'iir < I' ? I! :i ?*s t in : v.v-I !y ctli'i -n. two dollars ami fifty eei:t> psrft/rnnn>. 5?i riuos <iiw I:.VT'.> ?>? Ai'Vr:::T:s:Nc.? ' . ~ l!n v v:-T:!r: v |ti- V :N n?S p{*r tor CUCW "i !! -; r. : ;<> :iii . <. ??i v; /v. i pay a -nct'y I;i h < < .i'?r T!' " s:x :?' tV' ' ? c mojiiijri?ds on vt?vy libera] ; !!:!>. Tr?ns&ehi local !' >'! :-? Sftecn < );> t>cr w r- : ' ": . ' : ' ::;-i iit^ ' < : ! !;< ir.r c-Tri' * . vv ": iti oi r?'5;h^ot chsrjf*; i I.** iKiwr| 5 ' . i J W'.m.-bora. S. ('. >'-'vr At'.vc-li X Notice to irtockholiiers?J. Iv. i>\iloit, Cashier. Notice f ir Final Di-clisr-:^-?To4. 0. Cahhve!'. J. A.'a'dwi!!. Excent C:la;ioii?I. it. iJoyl?-, Jul^o of 1'robaie. , Lo(?.I ?This Christmas v.*as ii:;<!oi:!>;C<I!v ss?&2^ a '".vet" one. 'SS ?The fin? men want to...

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 January 1882

FAR3I, GARDEN* AND HOUSEHOLD ; oi Celery. I fc Henderson says that the practice re- ; C2 commended by most gardeners of earth- ! ing tip celery every two weeks from the g time it begins to grow, is utter non- i tc . y rAS'nlfirify in fnnc/h afrirurv. rustv ci plants. If wanted for use during the j tt latter part of this month it may new be js straightened np and the earth drawn j jr around it with a hoe. After a week, ; C( bank up to half its height and in ten j p days Suish the banking process. It s( will be blanched in ten days and ready ' ^ for use. Bank np no more than can be ! w used or sold, as i5 makes it hollow. j V( ! la How to Destroy Stump*. i ^ Here is a timely and important item j tj for those who desire to get rid of ; ^ stumps : In the autumn or early win- i ^ tor bore a hole one or two inches in ! diameter, according to the girth of the ; ^ stum7>. and about eight inches deep, i s; Fat into it one or two ounces of sale- j tj petre, fill' the hole -with water, I j,...

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 January 1882

ij ^?1 ^jj ** WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1848. k 1 ? ? THE BLACK ROBE. i i ? BY WILKIE COLLINS. ?authos of? wk "the tfoilan is white," " the mooh sl_- stoxe," "after dark," "yo yaara," ? " hak axd wife," 4' the law and bsppp the lady," " the new ilagdalen," etc., eia 1 CHAPTER m. N. ^ fi&e tick-tick of the clock on the manH telpiece steadily registered the progress ' ; of time, ?;id "Winterfield's fantastic at-v ^ fea^ions vcre still lavished on his dog. ^w?ven Father, Bennett's patience vras sorely tried when the good country gentleman proceeded to mention not ?. j only the spaniel's name, but the occas? sion which had sucrcrested it. " We call him Traveler, and I "will tell you why. When he was only a puppy he strayed into the garden at Beaupark, so weary and footsore that we concluded that he had come to us from a distance. "We advertised him, J but he was never claimed?and here he | is! If you don't; object, we will give | 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. — 11 January 1882

iEE NEWS AND HERALD. j; AVDvN'SBORO, S. C. "WEDNESDAY, January 11. : : : 18S2. ! R. XTEAXS DAVIS, Editor. e iiyO. S. REJlSOL-DS, ASaOtiAia tvuur e ' < : = A lard factory blew np last week ; in St. Louis. What will happen next? j The Atlanta Exposition is over. It J was a great success, aud has done , much lor the future welfare of the South. Attorney-General Brewster announces the determination to prosecute the Star Route thieves in person, r.nd to enter civil suits on their bonds for thousands of dollars. This looks j like business. Tallage says there are two kinds of communism to be resisted?namelv, tue communism that, with knife and bludgeon, seizes your property because yon arc rich; and the communism that organizes and takes your property because you are poor. Grant now thinks that Fifz John j Porter v as unjustly dismissed from; the army. Truth crushed to earth ! an :!i rise again, and a candid public is learning that Porter, as a Democrat, j was made the scapegoatot thestu...

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 January 1882

* TOWN AND COUNTY. 'WEDNESDAY, January 11, : : : 1882. Tkiims of The News and Herald. -Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annvhi, in advance; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cents jterannum, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs - ~ of live ana upwaiu?. Rates or Advertising.?One doliai per inch for the first insertion, 8 nd fifty cents per inch for each subseq ;ent insertion. These rates apply to ail ad vcrtisements, of whatever nature, and are payable strictly in advance. Contracts for three, six or twelve months made on very liberal terms. Transient local notices, fifteen cents per line for the first insertion and seven and one-half cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Obitua-ies and tributes of respect charged as adverf > tisements. Simple announcements 01 marriages and deaths published free 01 \har?re, and solicited. ^ -Ml communications, ot wnaisoevt-r jjL^ - nature, should be addressed to the HRL Winnsboro Publishing Company HK W"iunsboro, S. C. Kew Adverti...

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 January 1882

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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 January 1882

WEEKLY EDITION. WIXNSBOBO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1882~ ~~~ ESTAM^ED W 1848. I THE BLACK ROBE. BY WILXIE COLLINS. f ?ATTHOB OF? ^ ''THE WOSIAN IK 'WHITE," "THE MOOI STONE, " AFTEB DABK, "HUNAaiZ, c;iIAS ANDWZF2," "THE LAW ANU tas IiADY," "THE SEW ilAGHPr damn," sra, Era IS BOOK THE FIFTH. sf.;-. | CHAPTER I.?MJKS. ErnEOOUETS DISCOVEEY The leaves had fallen in the gronndi n at Ten Acres Lodge, and stormy winds told drearilv that winter had come. An unchanging dullness pervaded th< house. Romayne was constantly abseni in London attending to his new religions duties, nnder the guidance of "Fathei Bienwell. The litter of books and mannscripts in the stndy was seen no more. Il Hideously, rigid order reigned in the TinuL^^csed room. Some cf Romayne's papers 3, been burnt, others were imprisoned j^rvwers and cupboards?the historj hfcigin of Religions had taken its place among the suspended Eyrecourt (after K reconciliation with her son-in-law) visited her daughter every now and 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. — 18 January 1882

I'HE ffEWS AKFHERALD. ; winxsboro, s. c. WEDNESDAY. January 18, : : : 188?. R. TTEAJfS DAVIS, EDITOR. . SXQ. s. REYNOLDS, Associate Emtok. | Bliss modestly thinks he ought to have about fifty thousand dollars for his services in the Garfield case. Congressxax Stephens has been investigating the mail irregularities, and reports that the fault lies not with the postal authorities but with the railroad syndicates, and adds that detentions occur chiefly at points north of Charlotte. The fast mail makes less speed than the old-fashioned penny post. Senator Butlek is quite amused that ex-Judge Thomas, in the .New York Times, parades him as the Mahone of South Carolina, while Senator Vance also repudiates anv such ideas j is connection with himself. Men of character and patriotism take no stock in these attempted raids on the State treasury. The National Republican has be^gun the issue of a weekly edition, and "specimen copies have been widely circulated through the South. As it contains t...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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