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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 5 November 1884

"~r~" . . L ? THOUGHTS FOR THE MONTH. ! >?* system or i lines run as pent ' These lines of I tlmely topics for the consider- ! fei'vf as ??.^es 'v i level. v\ riters i ATI ox of progressive faemers. j rows between tw be ran off one I ^ t the other half bv What TNork Should be Done during the mCCtin0" ill the Month of November?Valuable Suj^jes- short l'OWS, if lion* from High Authority. WllCl'e tllC slope r T-r t t c- tt there are no snd< r ?/. L. Jones in Southern CulUcator.] nQ ridgeg ftnb hf November is the wheat sowing general slope ant month of the cotton State?. A little above rule is a g wheat is pnt in before and some after, ^'c sudden cha. . . -v- farmer must e: bnt the bulk of the crop is sown m .No- a^ont tj;e matte vember. It is held desirabie not to: be lound neeess sow till after frost, to circumvent the rows by one liu flv, and this usually defers the seeding ^ ?^erto ihe first of November. Land that ^ubb 1 o?Ir has beeu run down with a long series turbed; the 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. — 12 November 1884

~ W1XXSB0R0, S. C., WEmjfeDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1884. , 'M TAKE' I Dicl? -^--A?LA?I?J Say you tbe summer's d Ah, ho, it cannot be! no Broke the :-weet SabI earth's Wealth of bloom, nor in C % B ? BM Skies aprerr^d the pallc / ^ gs?? g?4 Thesinjrin;: wind brcat 1 % J$ KiJ fl A And in iftc'rich, dark srr w -a??? i marked no change, sa; Ajre itself did not int "summer Tressep," so bricT has 1 June ./ OF Upon her fair young:'or of her Installation pipced, I cn The beaut'iful bright su: vftTTis utrwnfv IwyA JiuiWiN Sjl ? 3nbi* *??"??i W w an* " J Hurls ihe chanjrinp Jesv brown Bird?, and that 5s why a Dotb veil bis face and di In very grief that one sc AND Ab me! 'tis woful news > And the giad sonjr that Has changed into a dirs ?S?r>'h Lru: Maks a Little of it Boy WHO v Delhi, that city of in former years of whose rule dominate LOTS OF whose style and ma the ears of the inhi world in such an ex to make people belie s~~\A /?\ y~\ - ?x /~\i were paved with <rol< f ' fi I I 1 S 1 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. — 12 November 1884

i'iiE NEWS AND KEKALD. J speed), delivered a few - ? ? Broyklvii, by Mr. VVi WIXXSBORO, S. C. He said: "The South i - - no interest whatever ccvTivrsmr vArzk?wV)? 1 o - . ico.< ? T ii,. 1 atll ilUliJ UK JXO. S. REYSOZVS. 1 ^0U 110 Pai^ ?^ *' 4..r.? , -r\s\-r*r*r .00 f ?DITi,,:s- greater interest in the Clf.lS. A. DOUGLASS.) i- , -.. .... ._ than the feoutli. >?o ? M. De Lesseps wili leave France for united to the Union tht Panama early in February. has had the baptism of = <="' She knows what desp Mrs. William U. Vasdekb.lt k.iits m,d #lir. kno the stockings her millionaire lmsbanU ?otenl|1,cnt is. t tcll wears* ^ w gence. and character < Miss Marion* Laxgdox, the great solid. It is solid loi* beauty, will be one of Miss Carrie ment. It is solid again: Astors six bridesmaids. corruption. It is sol fraud of the ages?a stc Mr. Kobixsox, tne Governor of (j)c rights of 50 Massachusetts, takes time by the fore- WM.ft tramnl^ in tJlG d lock and forestalls the effi-ct of a M. E...

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. — 12 November 1884

~ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. TVEDXESI) iV. November 32, : ; : 1884. Terms ok Tin: News and Herald.? Tri-weckly edition, four dollars per annum, in advance*. Weekly edition, two dollars per nurr-nn, in advance: two dollars and rifty cents jp?/- cnav.ia, if not paid in advance. p- Hates kor Advertising.?One dollar per Inc!i (solid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents }>i-r inch for each subsequent insertion. These rates applv to advertisements of even7 character, and are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries and tributes of"respect are charged for as * advertisements. .Marriage notices, and .simple announcements of deaths, are published free, and are solicited. Liberal terms for contract advertisements. Clerk's Sales?Vv*. II. Kerr, Clerk. Sheriff's Sales?Jno. I>. McCarley, \ ShcrifT. Mortgage Sale?George Alden, Agr., P Mortgagee. | ^ Local Briefs. ?Monday was spring-like and pleasant?unusual weather for this season of tiie year. ?In spite of many drawbacks the Chester Fai...

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. — 12 November 1884

rar.'../t'iBa?gaaaaaMc?m ? pbm 1 a? w gag?a? CLEVELAND IS ELECTED! ! Sl?,c majority. fal*e claims o ??? I Mr. Blaine's rn: rFli<* fV THE GLOKIOUS TRIUMPH OF TIIE i ' p " inent and no people at the ballox-box. ; everywhere Us ! erotic State I>o ; >ee that the tri The National Democratic Party Carrie* the C];1,.C(] "Solid S nth," Toother with Jleff York, _ Will , New Jersey, Connecticut and Indiana-- W\SI!I\"OTOS The Country la a Blaze of Enthusiasm? ; peolv to a The Era of Peace, Good-Will and Union definite COllCttn Here At Last. Gortn.11>, ciniil I Committee ci t The readers of this paper have al- j Committee, at s U Art *Ka rt?1 rt * " A" " r\C f Kn I i??/v ivuur wuiu tiic mv iii? t/cic^i allien election of Grover Cleveland as Pi esi-i State by a sin: dent, and Thomas A. Hendricks as j auc* c|? Tv ., ? , T- . , ,, , i count out Will Vice-President, of the Lnitod States. |# TheBusiness The following extracts from daily pap- j Xkw York, ers will give some idea of the cha...

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. — 19 November 1884

w^''' - ifes / lllf^5'' - ^gsjgH " tf- jj ? - WINNSBORO^" C., WEDNESlto, NOVEMBER 19. 1884. * ' . - 3 A Woman's Wish. j no: to spoon, thov fiiction upon nic were jvjnjr in r. i'.eld of clover. questions and lo Orelcverccofat d soft. and >oftand sw^et, 0f qUecrpiac over. 8 m P " D2Ilt'iDgu Anybody that v A .id scented silence at my head and feet, my torture would Just for one ho^r to slip the leash of Worry, j^'L In eajrer bas;e, J rem Thought's impatient plan for CH'CUffiye] neck. such I deemed the And iv?:cn its cour>ir.er. in its I.eedJess hurry . m . o.Wih Disdaining' Wisdom's call or Duty's beck! course, raj adoiao looked lovely in 1 Ah I it were sweet, where clover clumps aro color she greatly a ' Andda/sies hfdinjr, so to hide and rest: won No sound except my own heart's sturdj-beat- examination for _ in*? . ... , ^ I managed the n Bocun* jtscir to s.ccp wu ?ettin<r _ Aaeia .in Jast to lie there, filed with the deeper crowd just before breathing- home, and having i so...

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. — 19 November 1884

FHE NEWS AM) HE1ULD. but ,ha! iN ,lli3 J. - .. ? lie will do liis.c WIXXSBORO. S. C. The Xew York - this very irnpoi WEDNESDAY. November 19, : : . ISS4. Clevelai! chair with his ,/.YO. s. ZEYXOLDS. 1 E!i:r )j , auy Picsideut is. a. nouGLASS.l been clccted uc - people. He i> Tin-; Republicans arc now I timing who doiie a t their wistful eves to A ir<;iniu and >V est ,mu a ( . " , . . , under tlie prol< A irgima and claims now i;i:tr these which now is < Stales really belong to IJi;?":i?*. The power. Thee <*. O. I'. is dving hard, but. living 'ion give him i surelv! * ' ' inganamein irj to that of \V a; Turkic is some talk of a combination !l in the New York Legislature between ity"^ jeVve ids some of the Republicans and Demo- Presidents hav crats to elect Roscoe Conkling to the parly oMigatit Unied States Senate. It is certain 'W^et of his at , . , , wiselv to rem that there is a much better -ceJing at his c;\bi:ier. an present toward the Sage of Oneida on great api...

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. — 19 November 1884

: LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [staclc to be=in * those who do are re WEDNESDAY. November 10. : : : 1S-S4. nitlC'll bull} ill?C fl0111 in order to run tl tn.?c nv The \'k;vs and IIkrai.d.? thnr thev soon becO! Tri-weeklv edition, four <\o\\nx$ per annum, ' V,, ' in advance. WVckiy ?*dition, two dollars iCll0\is not tos per annum in advance: two doilars arid A(l(l to this that lie !*,>>??*?, if no', iai.1 in ail- nM? an(Uh( Kates for Advertising.?One dollar no further elucidati per inch (solid minion) for the first inser- sarv tion, ami fifty cents per inch for each sub- " - * sequent insertion. These rates apply to __ ... *' advertisements <?f every character, and are ERSOXAL. .ui^s payable strictly in advance. Obituaries Hock Hill is i:ow and tributes of "respect are charged for as u-. , , advertisements. .Marriage notices, and ^ musboro. AUh^ simple announcements of deaths, are pub- town will not be a iished free, and are solicited. Liberal terms > ... ..a*,...,, i,r for con...

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. — 19 November 1884

F" ; ^ THE COUNT FINISHED. Counties o ; official rep ? ! Erie and } STEVE ELKINS CONCEDES CLEVE- I M1 t''e P'm* ! tics from v LAND'S ELECTION. Cou?{y CI, i t , | W K..K The Official Canvass of Ne\V Vork Almost ; plural'iV 11 Completed and Clevelcml's rinralily o? ; ^^e S ! reported s! Over Twelve Hundred Rem::i:>* l':>?2iaken i Washington, November 11?9.30 for Blame P. M.?At this hour reports from ?f I connt% boards of thirty o^Mies of County toi New York State, north <>1 tii Harlem parted is a Kivor, make changes in the figures ; Ulevel published in the New York Times and I gain* "9, U the Sun, the net result of which is to lor Blaine diminish Blaine's pluralities as given Washix< in both papers. Taking the 'Times' National table as published on Sunday as a 7 .. . basis, the net loss to Blaine is oi. All ; 10VVin? in of tiie changes noted in these reports ' "Elkins are in counties which gave majorities i night thai for Blaine. Xo changes have thus far ' state to ui b...

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. — 26 November 1884

^SSBSSSSBBSSSSSSSSSSBS^SBSBSSBSBSSSSSSSSSBfSBBBBBBSBBSSBBSBBSBSt ===== :== ? ? ^ ' ? : "3 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1884. _____ M:^ Of Tf^?B??ra?M^??BP^?MMD?WU?i?| The Black Pawn. ^e , , "Sir, I have a mo There was crying by nj?bt, and the winds tQ sav_j Would spe were load, ? , > fr "Worn women were workinjr a burial shroud: YSte, 11 YOU please. Tour? faces showed paie as the face of "Yes," answered And strong men labored in drawing of surprised but breath; "I shall be most ha ^ "She is ?ore." they said; "ay," they said. communication VOt h*lC 1 ^ ?TO 71 > . y , _ And thf iii; ht winds moaned, and the hours out, as 1 cannOw 1U7 went on. Lodze, being only r LBut the morrow dawned cJear, and the world ^ ^ere.is ?? 0110 ^ shone bright, and squirrels to ove ? '- -I I.*, .f iV. ii ?1. ? ? ? n? i SjSfev XrilCt? ^ iCitVi luuuivauiuiuiKuv. iitiri ,,MI I. mBBL } ounpr faces looked up like buds of the rose, uuu' |p 'W -And breasts heaved free as the full tide "xes, cert...

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. — 26 November 1884

/ "v - ' ?&:?r j?g " f~-<. i HE KEtt'S AND HEKALD. ir"1"ti!" so..au,r<bip. : - j jjct nominal WIXXSBORO, S. C. ! year; with a ! j mon among' New Y \7?1?XESDAY. November 26. : : : li>x4. j both parties. it >CfMl JSO. S. REYNOLDS. ) I V. ilO Clllt carry Xt v Smiths. ! Governorship has Clf.LS. A. DOUGLASS.) , ' . : good chance l>r the E;.\inl?s plurality in Pennsylvania jnoiviiiiat:o??; is 77,504. Mrs Lock wood received I ',as ful* >omc :' " three votes in that State. | ,,oc !!l bonnet. / ^ _ ||D am ___ | '*n& The Hon. J. Randolph Tucker, of ^R* sn<M Virginia, has been appointed guardian j with the won; ot tl of President Garfield's minor children.'! camPa:gM over. * ?eg. <a*m' ! All through the ' Vice-President-elect-Iiexpijix says j supported me nobly, now that he felt confident of Demo- j I have carried Cine.-cratic sncces all thronfli thr; i J?: . 3 t;utW;. UJno, \v ISO It is reported that Secretary Frelin-1 J.owa.baN 1. , , ... tion m t lie \Y est, ...

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. — 26 November 1884

s51?3e S- . ~ * LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. 1 PAT THE Teachek Herald has this: TTEDXEsDiY. November 26, :; : 18S4i Pay the teachers b cash, and then give t Terms of The News and Herald.? support, and the gene Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annvm. *al" more satisfactory u ,.u\.]v <?fiition. two dollars | We have been insisl ili au>au\,c. ii \.v .?.j , , per annum i.o advance: two dollars and , , . , . iifty centsper annum, if not; paid in ad t*iat this doctrine is i vance. progress. The dav < Kates for Advertising.?One dollar . , h * per inch (solid minion) for the first mser- "ie -eacnei a? a ma tion, and fifty cents per inch for each suh- stature has passed. sequent insertion. These, rates apply to ? advertisements of even* character, and are ^ payable strictly in advance. Obituaries -Mortgage bALhs.and tributes of respect are charged for as condition of the count advertisements. Marriage notices, and . . comDlete failn simple annoui.cements of deaths, are pub- - lue complet...

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. — 26 November 1884

tga?egggy?~-> * ; . Z4.: BLAINE GNASHES HIS TEETH. I of forty-eight el have white p orjast double i a very violent sl-eecd against ^ the solid south. ulation. It i?, the white men i _ ^ ? uv uraui niig a The Defeated Candidate Boasts to ? 3 0f the Colored Fallow Republicans ofhoTr ?nr He was double the poll' to Victory?He Icrior*s th?- Millions of ITieil ill the jsorl Xorthern Democrats. I Submit, HI . , , , , condition of af A large number of personal and po- unjlJSt and (ier( litical friends of Biainc scncraded him of the North. at Augusta, Me., on Tuesday evening vindictively op as an expression of personal good '10t "e,P 1 tors arc assi"n< will and admiration of his conduct of Son of the ne"T tho national campaign. They marched ulation ought through the streets under the marshal- suffrage in an < ship of Col Frank Nyc. When they cJear l)r0l,0>!tl v j t>i u " .1 i- Southern white reached Blaiue s house their compli- -g eu^tie(j to tic mcnts and friendly regard* wer...

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 December 1884

, F WINX SBORO, ' S. C.,. "^^^^ESDAY, DECEMBER 3, ^884. ' . ! The Poke Bonnet. lat0 ,hls toucmn< How much I admire the bewitching poke associat' | bonnet. where h* Which ha.f hides the roses that bloom in her . . free! VOflte Ci TV'hy, Cupid. I know, has his throno thero \i)hO/Ogr; upon it, p/4 r\o Concealed in its trimmings of mull or of . " Jace. iace, no The style isn't new, for our grandmothers foe featl wore it, r . And they were not wanting in beauty or * wroi k grace: firmed E Their granddaughters love it, the young men der svm H. adore it? . - , KL The charming poke bonnet that hides a ior sucn sweet face; had join * The ravishing bonnet, the exquisite bonnet* - . i Bewildering bonnet, that shades a sweet iic face. ready to The fair, sbape'y head is half hidden within describe irt thera, ai And part of the beautiful face disappears? a wom.il How often I've kissed the lips glowing warm i in it, wa;> u' Tbe while the coarse fibres were tickling my ilim. ears. Xhe c 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. — 3 December 1884

iL>?i?????a?wmn?paaaii i T ?I i7 VI? ICO * "VTT-k TJTrt) i T T\ ! nrnrwl hv I ILL* It O 1LJjiy I I "* ? | the conditic WXNNSBORO, S. C. j cnniarily a - - - | to-day than WEDNESDAY. December 3, : : : 18S4- J sllOWI1 that jyo. s. heynolijs. ) | pablieaii n 4CP r ?0'Toks. I amelioratin CfxJLSm ?? 2y0 Z7(xZsdlSS*) ?y,~ , - ! been since Ax English inventor claims to have j glxCE j?j devised an electric locomotive and J ^cen gjaj,1( single rail railway which lie >ays will : uv ^ t easily make two hundred miles an | n'Qt reu(]er k?ur* ^ n j respondent: Philadelphia Record: There i$ at I was ^ last an end of sectionalism in this coun-1 candidate \ try, but some party organs, in con-! letter of ae stantlv babbling about the "South" j s*011 t0 - v and the "Rebels," pitifully betray the J inform. It fact that they do not know it. j ofhis fathei g? ! historian, 1 The man who was first called "the sent from h watchdog of the Treasury," the lion. ; jng pav .IS George W. Jones, died the othe...

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 December 1884

I LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. the dance ^hicfc < ago at the Thesp WEDXESD'.V. December 3, : i: 18S4. dignitary is Said ? - pleasure of a wal Terms of The News and Herald.? ing voting ladv m m Triweekly edition four^dollars per annum, f^td her oat in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars 01 ?Llune UUL per annum in advance: two dollars and be interesting als fifty cents per annum, if not paid in ad- startling piece of Rates for Advertising ?One dollar nished by the g per inch (solid minion) fo- the first inser- that he (]i(jn>t ^ tion, and fifty cents per inch for eacli subsequent insertion. These rates apply to after lum, dovs. advertisements of everv character, and are pavaule strictlv in advance. Obituaries License.?The 4 0" Monday on the simple announcements of deaths, are pub- or "no license" w 4^ \ lished free, and are solicited. Liberal terms The vote stood: for contract advertisements. __ Whole number o: j," .< ,\<lvercisenteriTR. For license i A Clothing?M. L. Kinard. 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. — 3 December 1884

gi LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. mediate C0I1S; ? J - , ? till to-morrow Tn??finaT. \rtrpmh#r 9',. _ - ? . JW " | Mr. J. \Y. Senate. Article %of The Senate met at 12 in. and was State by addi called to order by the President, Hon. j to be known John C. Sheppard. j The calend The new members were enrolled. following bi Hon. J. F. Izlar, of Orangeburg, was j reading: to a elected President pro tan. j of Charleston T. Stobo Farrow was re-elected j ordinances fo Clerk, the vote being: Farrow, 18; j maintenance II. L. Farley, 9; Yates Snowden, 4. i in the city of . L. R. Marshall was re-elected Ser- Midland Rai geant-at-Arms, A. D. Goodwin. Read- Carolina, ing Clerk, L. T. Levi!!, Journal Clerk, The messa and Geo. E. Friday, Door Keeper. np as the 'f The regular standing committees o'clock. Th were announced. _ : in the inessa^ A committee was appointed to wait j proper comm on the Governor and inform him of the | At 1 o'cloc organization ot tne benate. i ne v*ov- the chamber .? ernor replied...

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 December 1884

:r~~r ~~~ ^ T : ' WI^^BORO, s: XX, WEDNIISDA^ DECEMBER 10, 1884. . . " y K. Looking "Westward. There's a <onr bri-rr; j- and ol violet Clond Low down in the West^wfcere the suusets!oep$; * W. t &ncl sa.'J? of sn -. like astexte-jfOu Over ibe ervst*iiine ai?b^?e?l>S. - - With never a ro-;r 011 tfce$cweBed shore. With sprirkiir.r cre-Ts of olccontis bright. Lonjr waves of sroid are tenderly rolled, Siting: and failiDjr in tremulous light. * m? ' - 1 Into jruifs of darkness the jriitterinjrisle. With its purp'e peaks and shininsr shore, aBtw Melts fro si the v.'f*j&d the?v~hl)tc s&i;s too.: " Bt Arc wfrelmofi the waves to rise co mote. ~ .BUI?Oi iJKC snuv.i'io Wi. *.vr.vv*? Scattered doivn through tbe vanishrajr j sunset bars, .. . By twos'and threes, nnd in countless seas. " Bloom out frcm heaven the eternai stars. Now tbat tee darkness of trouble and jrrief H;ith shut from my soul all its visions of rest? More joyous ana bright tharvthe islands of. lisrht * Tbat stu...

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 December 1884

H ' ? -?' ? ? > ?a??BMH?MB?ne?I?B? aa TEE NEWS AW) HERALD. i Wood row's - to tlie will i .. _...WI^l0,iCi! I MK. Blaj who esooc WEDNESDAY. December 10, : t : 1884. defeat l0 th , r=? ?a ares as re y> o. s. KEYirozns. ) States show v e:>itoks. .. . CUJ.S. A. DOUGLASS,) tlOlLlS. Tt -... . dclphia Tii Blaixe talks about intimidation in 6trncjiv[eb the Sooth and yet he wcnml 90,000 j^.8 more* votes mlffie South tl?a:i Garfield tjie $ did, while he lost 150,000 in the North. Southern S: _ .? ??? - ? ? | svivuum, Gex. Logax ha? sent his congrata- i shows a gn lations to Mr. Hendricks, but Mr ao?-, The < Blaine has not vet congratulated Mr. *or,^levflaJ _ ., , " . cock and (t Cleveland. tfons is a3 Mayor Doyle, of Providence, E. I., ^nddle State has b^en elected sixteen times consecu- Northwest, 5 tive. The city has a population of Pacific stat< 180,000, but casts only 8,000 votes, on accoanc of the suffrage laws. ^ew E"Sian ^ ,, 1,. ^ Increase in i. he rmiaaejpnia jrress an...

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 December 1884

. , ?._" :. " r^>.V'--'-4V -LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. pat on him altogethe {ion." The old fello WEDNESDAY. December 10. : : : 1884. go back home and pr - ? General Assembly. rf' Teems ok The News and Heeald.? tri-tx-^pvk- fiditiori. four dollars ver annum, Jx the Guard-h< tin advance. Weekly edition, two dollars , . ^ . per annum in advance; two dollars and conduct on the street fifty cents per annum, if not paid in ad- ated in this place, eit. Kates for Advertising.?^One dollar man or ^as'* per inch (stolid minion) for the first inser- the authorities of th< tion, and fifty cents per inch for each sub- gh t 5v th t j sequent insertion. These rates appiy to . . ,f? advertisements of everv character, ana are behind ana lea him 1 payable strictly in advance. Obituaries Thev put him in the and tributes of respect are charged for as ' y advertisements. Marriage notices, and tramps and burglars simple announcements of "deaths, are pub- f0 occur) v. which see ' lislied free, and are so...

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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