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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 25 March 1885

^ " LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ~I ik I WEDNESDAY. March --:5. : Term.? or Tin: News and IIehai-d.? R Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per aim nia, ; n advance. Weekly edition, two dollars | per annum in advance: two dollars and . jj^to^ifty cents per anmim, if noi paid in ad-{ HjjLvrEs for Advertising.?One inch (solid minion) for the first inser Ton, and fifty c-nis j?-r each subsequent insertion. These rates apply to advertisements of every character, and are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries KwT and tributes of respect are charged for as advertisements. .Marriage notices, a::?l simple announcements of deaths, are pub-i -IK-1 Liberal terms i f for contract advertisements. Columbia Boy?James Man;. The "Winlinboro Hotel Bar?Ilafncr j & Hendrix. hi S. C. Medical Association?John j . Forrest, M. I>.; Recording Secretary. | ' SDeciakies?A. Williford & Co. ? Corn and live Whiskies?T. T. i r Lumpkin. Summons? Iiagsuale & liagstlalc, i "Plaintiffs' Attorneys. Local Bricts?Our...

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 March 1885

tWM?B?? AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT Ensilage. Build wooden silos instead ot using either stone or brick. It costs less, and the ensilage keeps better. Plant your corn in rows four feet wide and let the corn be sufficiently thin in the drill to make tolerably good ears of corn. Cut the corn alter the ears have passed the milk stage and is too hard for rnflstina- par.-, and then VOU will need no grain, nor hay to feed with your ensilage. Ensilaged at this stage, it will not scour, and being highly nutritious and possessing the largest amount of saccharine matter in the stalk, it will make the largest flow of the richest milk and will rapid Jy improve your cattle in flesh, to reduce the cost of ensilage it is better to have your silo as close as possible to where your corn is grown. It is not necessary to use the cutter, if closely packed and thoroughly traaped on the sides next to the wall, whole corn will keen as well as that which is run through a cutter. It a wooden silo is too expensi...

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 April 1885

inn WINNSBORO, S. C.,' WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1885. Jj Spliced. En, but 5Vs jrrand to sit at one's door with one'?" o^-n wife at one's side, A showing Jjer what she ou^ht to know?how a ship-shape >crK< is tied: See the ropeu he equally matched, lass. A wisp and a eabie won't splice; For tie 'em ts neatM yon may, the wcaKer will gi-c in ? t-rln-. Now twist "vm air* iwirl 'em?and there! What, couldn't you follow my hand? Stransre! how it's easy to do what's not easy to understand! 'Twas easy our fallincr in love?but ask how >ve"did it, and why? Yo n ij answer (for women are clever!) but . h. can't tell you, not I! A .. -nak'c sure that the ropes are spliced, just tusr 'ein at either end, . c the knot be right and the ropes be sound, will hf? uoslin nor rend: There will be. as it were, one rope, only stronger because it's two. And that's the way it's to always be, my Katie, with mo and you! Tho tu-rs will come, lass, sure as life, ere our youn^days pass away. , Tinrtnc riniTnucis...

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 April 1885

THE NEWS AND HKKALD. WIXNSBORO. S. C. WEDXKSDY. APIilL 1. : : : 1885. rso. s. snryoLvs. ) ?r L. McDOSALT). ) A bill changing- the limu for hold ing municipal elections i:i .\mv iorK city, from fall to soring, \vu> defeated in the Senate on the 24tli ins-!. Hon. Samuel S. Cox, of New York,, lias been confirmed by the Suintcas envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary of the United States to Turkey. THERE seems to ue groai suuermg, both by man ami beast, in some sections of West Virginia. Tin: sections affected by the last year's droit! h have no seed to plant and none tor feeding purposes, and arc in a very bad con^ dition generally. Mr. E. D. Clakk, of Mississippi, the newly appointed assistant secretary of the Interior, died in Washington on the 23rd inst. lie had been suffering from pneumonia for some time, but was considered mnch better the day before he died, and had thought tickets to return South for a short while. A telegram received by the operator of the Southern ...

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 April 1885

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. "I WEDNESDAY. APRIL 1. : : : I8> 5. I Terms ok The News and Herald.? ! Tri-weeklv edition, four dollars an /iu?n, j u advance. Weekly edition, two dollars | j>er annum 111 advance: two dollars and i fifty cents per annum t if not paid in ad- < variee. Rates fok Advertising.?One dollar J per inch (solid minion) for the first inser- i Tion, and fifty cents per inch for each sub- j sequent insertion. These rates applv to j advertisements of every character, and are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries 1 and tributes of"respect are charged for as j advertisements. Marriage notices, and 1 ~i-vf ora nuh- i illlUUUl.ltlUCUW ur?ui.', t , lished free, and are solicited. Liberal terms | for contract advertisements. (l \ V iVRrtUcmKntk. [ Citation?J. I?. Boyle#, J. P. Citation?J. R. Boylcs, J. P. Tooth Powder?W. E. Aiken. It is :i Fact?J. M. Beaty & Bro. Xotice for Final Discharge?M. B. I Lawrence, Executor. - Summons? Ragsdale & Ragsdale, I intifFs Atto...

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. — 1 April 1885

??Bag??????a? AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT. ^Johnson Grass in Hissonri. * There seems to be quite an interest among the subscribers to your excellent paper in the cultivation of the new grasses, and more espe cially tne Johnson grass. I think that grass is the maiu stay in agriculture and the bank in which the farmers should deposit more of their surplus funds if they want sure retnrns wit}; a good proSt. In the spring of 1883, 1 produced some seed from the Plant Seed Co., and planted them just like I would have done oats on a small plot of ground. I got a poor stand on about a third of the patch, and the other twothirds being: a failure. The part that came up was thin at first, but it seemed ??"> cru-pj*/? enmp -Tram fho fctfllks fthnvft the ground. Some of the stalks attained to a height of six feet and matured some seed. When winter set in I paid no more attention to it. The following spring I examined it and thought it a failure?could take hold ot the stalks and pull it up by 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. — 8 April 1885

-st ' _ ?7^ ~ ~7 ~~~ WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1885. , ;"^^S":.. Husband and Wife. ? Husband Speaking: "It's the* strangest thinjr that ever I knew. And the roost provokinv,'twixt me and you. A nd a woman who's pot a man like me. ? A i*cod provider, and steady and free With ?li her folks, ^"ith funds salted down. And as fine a House as any in town. To l>e lamenting 'eause one child in ten Ain't quite as good as he might have been. 4Tt*c 11 TiTV-tfv* frA/?d Khnw>nir. it SPf'iRS to mc. ! That only a tenth of the lot should be A little off color, and that's what I say To their mother twenty times a day; But I can't make her see it in that light. And she listens find waits nigbt after night -s For the c* *nd o? ms step, till I grow so wild That I ay?*t curse both mother and child. "She ought to :Nv. or the others, you know, And let the tow-nenting vagabond go And folio** his ways and take the painHut 1 turn him out and she calls liim ajrain. This makes a hardness betwe...

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. — 8 April 1885

THE NEWS AKD HERALD, WTXNSBORO, S. (J. WEDNESDAY. APKH, 8. : : : 1885. JSO. S. REYXOZVS. ) S- Editohjc. W. L. XcDOXALD. ) The Southern Press Association met ] in Jacksonville, Fla., on the 1st inst.,! and continued in session for :wo days. Ancrusta. Ga.. was selected as the next place of meeting. The Exchange National Bank, of Norfolk, Ya., has suspended. In try* ing to carry a private bank it failed itself and will be put in the hands of a receiver. It was the severest financial shock in the history of the city. General Grant is still lingering, but his life is slowly but surely ebbing away, liis pnysicians say mai uc may die at any time, and certainly can last only a few days longer. His death will not be unexpected at any time. The gold-hilted sword of President Barrios has been found broken on the battle-field of Ohaliehnapa, and according to the latest intelligence he was killed. The report was confirmed by a cablegram from the Preident of San Salvador to the minister of Costa ...

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. — 8 April 1885

F {{ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. 9 wedxesd \Y. apkil 8. : : : 1885 Terms ok The News and Herald.? Tri-weekly edition, four dol lars per a n u./ in, 11 advance. Weekly edition, two dollars per annum in advance: two dollars and fifty cents per annum, if not }>aid in advance. Rates for Advertising.?One dollar per inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each subsequent insertion. These rates apply to advertisements of every character, and are t , . payable siricuy in auvance. V7i>iuui;;r> ami 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. X A-i v?riifcemen;ft. Wagner, Jr.? MosesClowney, Buckhead, S. C. Citation?J. K. Boyle?, J. P. Report?I. X. Wither?, Clerk of Council. Grand Spring Opening?I*. Lamlecker & Bro. Local Uriels. ?A large quantity of hay is sold ilclv tiVM-a-viuto. f ?A darkey bearing the famous...

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. — 8 April 1885

THOUGHTS FOE THE MONTH. TIMELY TOPICS FOR THE CONSIDER ATION OF PROGRESSIVE FARMERS. What Work Should be Done During: the Month of April?Valuable Sngxeetlone from High Authority. [ W. L. Jones in Southern CvUe?<rfor.] With the stoppage of winter rains and increasing: heat ot the sun, the regulation of heat and moisture demands much thought and constant attention. What can be done to help the sun warm up the soil, that seeds may germinate readily and young plants grow off healthy and strong. We must bear in mind that as the heating is done by the sun, it must begin at the surface and^o downward. i.i in a general way, someuung may oe i done by rendering the soil as dark as possible by the presence of humns. Dark bodies absorb heat more readily j than white or light colored. A rich ! dark mould will absoru heat more rap- j idly than white sand. As land be-! comes old and worn, it becomes lighter colored, and, by so much colder, in the spring. Sow it in gmin. rest it and fill it with...

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. — 15 April 1885

- "===== WINNSBORO, S. CM WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1885. , A Bachelor's Neckties. They lie on my tabic, red. purpx- and errecn; j , Jn fact, ail the colors that ever were seen. Some bright as a daisy, some crumpled and ! soiled. Like my desolate heart, of their freshness despoiled. jl find them in cupboards, in corners and ] nooks, I find them in drawers, in boxes and books. j The wrecks of past fashion, they clearn on j my sight, , Each one a reminder of hours sad or bright. J jgtk Ah! well I remember, poor ribbon of blue. Hfc How my heart beat with hope as I proudly Km donned you. ||& How two lovely eyes on your bright wings were cast. 'Twas a glancc of delight, but 'tis over and BBS* And, royal tie of purple and showy tie of red, ( HHSS5r Beneath you has nest ed a lair, sunny head. rW hope tresses of gold once tne cnarm oi my Now shine on the head cf another man's wife. Andyoar fo^ds of satin, oh, dainty tie white. Were woven expressly for my wedding night. And you. like 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 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 15 April 1885

' ) ?' > . - :s~'niK NEWS AND iiKKALi*. j WIXXSBORO, s. wei?'esd vy. april 15. : ! 1885- j ISO. S. RJBYSOLltS. ) tin-* tf L. JIcDOSALD. } Thk Right Hon. Geo. fvuiu!-.-! Xotta^c, Lord Mayor of London, died of pleurisy on the lltii insl. N.- \v;i> lbr many years previous to hi - election engaged in the iron trade. Mr. Frelixgiicysex, cx-S*crelai y of State under Mr. Arthur's administration, is not expected to live. A dispatch received in Washington on the 7th inst. says that he was not expected to live throughout the day. Mr. Greely, of Arctic fume, in; company with his wife, expects to spend the summer in England. He has been invited and urged to visit j London as the guest of several societies. He will probably lecture in the j larger towns and cities of England and Scotland before returning to America. Tiie New York JSun thinks that it there is any question about the pardon j which General Law ton, of Georgia, ' received from President Johnson, i President Cleveland might eas...

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. — 15 April 1885

-- LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. APKII, 15. : : : 1S>5 f? Trr-r~ "VT^H-O IVI1 H FT? 1 T TV JL r-JSMD ur A 11X? * Tri-weekly edition, four dollars _prr annum, n advance. Weekly edition, two dollars per annum in advance; two dollars and fifty cents per annum, if not paid in ad vance. Rates for Advertising.?One dollar per inch (solid minion) for the first insert;on, and fifty cents per inch for each subsequent insertion. "These rates appiv to advertisements of every character, and are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries anil tributes of respect are charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and simpie announcements of deaths, are published free, and are solicited. Liberal terms lor contract advertisements. X Advertisemeiiffc. -Cream Tartar?W. E. Aiken. Examine Our Stock ? McMaster, Brice & Ketchin. Important Xotice? James L. Richmond, Chairman. I Summons?Ragsdale & llagsdale, Plaintiffs' Attorneys. Local Briets. ?A few farmers arc said to have commenced planting c...

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. — 15 April 1885

?' 1 1. J" AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT. COXPLETE FERTILIZERS. Wher? They can bo Profitably Used. I believe that what yon call com- j pletc artificial manures are a mistake, j or, in other words, crops entirely grown by ingredients furnished in chemical manures, are grown at too j great a cost. You grow generally 14 j bushels of wheat. There is no diffi- j culty in doubling this yield by means of the application of a certain amount cf potash, phosphate and ammonia; but at the ordinary price of these ingredients the wheat would cost more than it would sell ?>r. An artificial ?~ j Ani.. Ulanurc can uc tucu miu pivui uug : when it furnishes to the soil a certain part of the food of the plant, the soil supplying the residue. If you look at the result of aor experiments you will And that we have grown for forty years in succession thirty to forty bnrhels of wheat, and forty to fifty bushels of barley per acre by means of artificial manures, one of the most essential ingredients in them bei...

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. — 22 April 1885

if. ii.. i ggg ".'Hi III ZgSSBSSSSSSBSS^BSSi 1 I I , ! B M?1 ?i^??? ??ftgg^ *????-?- - - . - - s WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1885. Sav?n!. The wind is spent and the srale is past. And the morning; sun shines forth at last; It shines on h strip of yellow gand. And a good ship sinking in sight of land. " " ~ ? J Over Her aock ana ner oanerevi muc Lazily washes the ebbing tide; Out of the rtrujrgle and deadly strife Lo! nothing saved but a baby life. A wee. frail thins: is the <mn poor waif? t A wee. frail thing to lv sound and safe: But all lorgotten its brief alarms, ^ It gayly crows in the stranger's arms. jj&b A Bailor looks at the little form? ** 'Tis a tiny craft to have stemmed tb9 storm!" He sighs a bit as he bends him low, And his thoughts fly back to the long ago. Just such a babe on his young wife's breast With clinglnjr fingers his own caressed; Just such another?but where is he? wrecKea ou me voj agv ui uic, maj w. Is this bat spared that in years to come...

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. — 22 April 1885

'rrnn vrcwro t x-i\ ii;m> i i r\ I rift AA1J IIr>XIALU. WIXXSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 22. : c t 1SS5 rro. S. REYNOLDS. ") V El?;:-'VS. W. L. 3tcD0SALI>. ) Atlanta, Ga., is one of the most! progressive cities in the South. Ira- j proveraentsare being made every year, | and it is stated that the population is I increasing at the rate of 5,000 an- j nunllv. "VVhkx the papers get through with i their "gush" about General Grant's j "magnanimity", they ought to tell us j something of the smallness, the venom, the lack of tone he displayed as President. Will they, though? The Rev. Dr. A. D. Mayo, who is so favorably knowu iu this and other States for the active part taken by him in education, has accepted an invitation from Col. A. Coward to spend a month in this State in educational work. The Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn, Senator from Kentucky, was interviewed at Lexington a few days ago, while en route to Washington. Among other things, he is quoted as saying that a clean but gra...

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. — 22 April 1885

A '"J. 11 "U I . ? " ' '] ' ' ** 1 1 1 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 22. : : : 18S5. * - , .. ^ t ' ~ Terms of The News and Herald.? Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annumy n advance. Weekly edition, two dollars per annum in advance; two dollars and fifty cents per annum, if not paid in advance. Rates foe Advertising.?One dollar ?. per inch (solid mmion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each subsequent insertion. These rates apply to! advertisements of every character, ana are j payable strictly in advance. Obituaries I and tributes of "respect are charged for as j advertisements. Marriage notices, and j simple announcements of "deaths, are pub- ! lished free, and are solicited. Liberal terms I for contract advertisements. i X -w Advertisements. Spring, Gentle Spring-M. L. Kinard. Notice?J. E. Boyles, Clerk. ^ ?* *>T- TTT?il y notice?x. ix. rviiuers, vici A. | Executor's Sale?J. A. Tnrkett, Sur- j ^ viving Executor. Special Notice?S. S. Wolfe. S^jL...

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. — 22 April 1885

AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT, j a . Southern Agriculture. Eds.% Country Gentleman: The past few weeks a great many editors, writers and other persons 011 their wav to the exhibition at New Orleans, have passed through the Southern States, some of them for the first time. To those who have become acquainted with southern agriculture by longer experience, the views of these well j meant but mistaken persons gathered I from the car windows, seem to be ex- j ceedingly crude or incorrect. The j general idea current among them is, that the southern soil is poor and in- j fertile, and the southern people wretched and very inadequately cared for by ; themselves. 4'Circumstances alter 1 cases," and this applies very forcibly | to the agriculture and the people of the Southern States. The first strange thing which is remarked is the old pine fields and the broom sedge which covers (lie turned oat liiHd which has not grown up with ! timber. This, it is to be confessed, I along with the water-worn g...

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. — 29 April 1885

" J-"" *^"" ' V "* " * ' -yZ-A 1- .^.y -v.. -I.- ^ ^'-r.^,v'i' l^y.^lL ' """ ^ ^ "' J~~^^'"""""!l ^^^:-"-':-":!:3:"'''' ^^|'j''glUj ?S : _ 7 WINNSBGRO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1885. " ~ ??? _ ___ ' " " ' " ""' ' " " "~ L" ^ "- " -', --- ' 'n.n i _._. . _ .. ,, , -?, ? IB II " T"' F --- ? .. -.-.,r . _.L_o^j.y 1(.j. ,J . - - -K^DOW^ni "Winter Violets. Yon ask me why my eyes are Ailed with tears. "Whene'er I meet the violets of the Spring? You can not teil what thoughts of bygone years Those simple flowers have n?ver failed to bring. I bad a brother once: his grave is green. And long ego was carved the headstone's date: Bat fresh his memory still?T have not seen - One like him, sincc he left me desolate. I- For we 'were twins, and bound by ties so stronjr, sdSBk It seemed that neither couM exist apart; Yet bo was taken?Ahl what memories v-.' throng E'en to this day, on my bereaved heart. He faded from us in the Winter time, When ali the sun's warmth from his rays departs; Sometime...

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. — 29 April 1885

:'0' ;C " THE NEWS ATsD HERALD. WINNSBORO, S. C. wednesday. april 29. : : : 1s85. rXO. S. BEYXOLVS. ) W ef>:r.>KS. TT. McDOSALD. J It is rumored *bnt not generally believed that General McClellan is being urged for the Chinese mission. Goverxo?. McDaxiel has declined to accept the bids offered for the new issue of Georgia bonds. The bids were low, ard consequently rejected by the Governor. ; Isaac V. England, publisher of the j New York Sun, died on the 25th inst. He was city editor of the Tribune during the war, but since 1868 has I been the publisher of the Sun. It is now.?Scertaiucd that the deficit of Mr. John L. Stoval, bookkeeper of j the Georgia Chemical Works, is much larger than was at first supposed. So far the examinations shows a shortage j of about thirty-six thousand dollars. J It is stated upon pretty good authority that Governor Cameron will call nn pvfra session of the Virginia Lesris ~ " = ~ latui-e at an early day to consider the recent decisiou of the Unite...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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