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

' LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. w * weenesdav. june 3. : : : : 1885. r Terms of The News and Herald.? Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annum, -- - * wa ^aiiotv ii advance. >i ccmji cumwu, k per annum in advance; two dollars and [ fifty cents per annum., if not paid in adI vance. ' Kates for Advertising.?One dollar per inch (solid ininion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each sub sequent insertion. These rates apply to advertisements of even' character, ana are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries ancl tributes of "respect are charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and simple announcements of deaths, are published free, and are solicited. Liberal terms bfor contract advertisements. X ?v Advertisement*. Xotice?H. B. Refo. Head T. T. Lumpkin's advertisement. Calisaya Touic?McMaster, Brice & Ketehin. Local Brief*. ?Xo cases in trial justice courts recently- ! ^ ?(Cotton ought to be chopped out j ? by the first of June. ?A good rain fell in town on it ...

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 June 1885

AGlilCULTDIiAL DEPARTMENT. Sensible Letter from a Sensible Mac. Eds. Lim Stock Journal: E. M. is co.ireot when he says "that Southern farmers try to cultivate too much land, that they don'i ditch tbeir farms, raise no stock," etc., in fact he produces quite an array of "reasons*' why the farm does not pay. One would suppose that we have certainly neglected every essential to successful fanning, and strangers will wonder how we have managed to live on the farm, tinder such circumstances, and really it is a matter of wonder. To be plain, ive arc .farming upon what is comttionly called "luck," and our crops are dependent upon quite an array of "ifs." If the seasons are exactly right, if this or that contingency does not occur, our crop will be a large and profitable one. It is fortunate for us, that our soil and climate are so favorable to just snch chance farming that we-will not miss making average crops once in several years, and with this the majority are satisfied; if we propose t...

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 June 1885

'm ' _ v;';? $V * % ' * ^?i????jggg??? ??? I ??? , ??i? I - II- . I Wk * ~ ~ WINNS60R0, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1885. __ I?II I uoonMH Giving in Marriage. Come, lot us sit together for a space. I h. In thi^ still ron*. remote from friendly | mirth, 7 Afar from light ani a.s...t, face to face. Each unto each the tfcirest thinjron earth. Love, they have left its, our two bonny brides. Our tali, grave girl, our winsome, laughing pet: Ah me! How wide the chasm that divides lv Our life from theirs: how lar their feet are set |P' From the calm path they trod witn us so long. r* How we shall miss tbem, we who loved them ||^ On winter night?, when winds are blowing P On summer mornings when the roses blow. But?happy but?we still clasp band in hand, Eye still meets eye and true hearts under??3ffl?|Pr Love, they have left us empty of the mirth gf That cheered our homestead while they sojourned here; I * Yea, they have left us lonely on the earth, W Lone, but together, solitude most dear; A...

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 June 1885

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WIXXSBOR0, S. (J. TVEDXESDAY. JUNE 10. : : : 1S?5. ryo. S. RE7XOL&S. ) v koituks. L. HcDGSALT). j Senator Butler has proposed the hame of Mr. Trcnholm as a compromise candidate to tiii the position of collector of customs at Charleston. is stated by Democrats of both political factions that the death of Howard, of Lottery fame, will have an important efFecl upon local politics of Louisiana. Tiie executive committee of the Southern Press Association was in -V .HOLmiWI' SCSSlOll 1U lut h iil>L nctR, lllant?g arrangement5 for an improvement in the press service. Ex^Goverxor IIale, of New Hampshire, has failed, with liabilities reported at about $1,000,000. It is stated that Senator Blair is ono of the chief endorsers on his paper. The Illinois Senate has passed the civii rights bill previously passed by XI.rr?voc vtlU i IV >Y II IV/li f V/O vvivi v?? ^ ? - the same rights as the whites in hotels, restaurants, theatres ant! other public places. Judge Macke...

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 June 1885

r nn i r TVTTT T T/irVfT jufuaij li'mijljljluxi-.lvjl/. w wednesday. jcxe 10. : : : : issj Terms of The News and Herald.? Tri-vreekly edition, four dollars per annum, h advance. Weekly edition, two dollars .4 tier nnnum in advance: two dollars and ^ fifty cents per annum, if not paid in advance. Kates for Advertising.?One dollar per inch (solid million; ior uie m?t l iizyxzx ~ . tion, and fifty cents per inch for each subsequent insertion. These rates applv to advertisements of even- character, and are w payable strictly 111 advance. Obituaries anil 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. rX xv AilTertlseinents. Citation?J. R. Boyles, Judge of Probate. Citation?J. E. Boyles, Judge of ^ Probate IP^ Notice?J. M. Beaty & Bro. Must be Pushed?A. Williford & S* " Local Briefs. 4 J} ?The weather at present is favorable to farming i...

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. — 10 June 1885

THOUGHTS FOR THE MONTH. ? TIMELY TOPICS FOR THE CONSIDERATION OF PROGRESSIVE FARMERS. What Work Should be Done During the Monsh of June---Valuable Suggestions from High Authority. f L. Jones in Southern < 'ullis<itor.~\ The corn crop about completes its development of stalk during this month; while on the other hand cotton has just fairly started into rapid and enlarged growth. Different objects must therefore be kept in view in the present cultivation of these two leading crops. With corn the special points are to keep down all competi* tors in the shape of grass and weeds; to secure a thin mnlch of pulverized earth; to preserve moisture and check the penetration of excessive heat; and to avoid catling the roots of the corn. The frequent workings which promote rapid growth are no longer called for; if it were practicable, we should prefer to cheek growth gradually, and let the whole force of ii.e plant be projected into the forming ot cars. The heaviest crops of corn arc made...

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. — 17 June 1885

^ _ "~ ' " ' - A A Winter Picture. : Tbe Witter rime is on the apple trees: Mfc The mulberries are bare: no longer shows ' The graeeful pear her wealth of burnished fruit Stripped is the slender plum: the orehard , wears A look of barren sadness: garnered in Are ail its purple, red. and golden trnits. "* And sterile shall it show t:li blossom time. gL Thus Nature, after labor, takes her rest. Sag,. Gaining fresh vigor for her tefcuiing time, W~ By'husbanding her strength: .and so the L . fields, neik Whereon in Autumn flowed the ruddy corn. Lie fallow for a season. 'Tis the time Of universal pxiuse from that hard toi! * That is the lot of ail our husbandmen: >Even the llowers are withered. And the birds "As stieotare as^s the scene around Beneath its snowy mi mml: no whistle wakes ^ The echoes of the jjlade, no melcdy. t Comes from the woodland spray?a deuth-Jike I calm, i f Serene and still, profound and beautiful. Lies over Nature as she tranquil sleeps. Chamber's Journal. To a...

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 June 1885

- THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY. JTjSE 17. : : : : IS85. JXO. S. KEYSOLDS. ) y Editok W. L. McDOSAZD. j The Congressional apportionment bill! was passed over the Governor's veto in the Pennsylvania Senate on the 10th inst. by a vote of 100 to 34. The estate of C. T. Howard, who was for a number of years president of the Louisiana Lottery, is valued at nearly 810,000,000. The trial of Mr. Emanuel, in Lancaster, for the killing of a Mr. Cnrtis in one of the hotels some time ago resulted in an acqnittal. The verdict was approved by the majority of the people, as it was generally believed that the deceased did- some shooting and that he was killed in self-defense. Extensive preparation are being made in Philadelphia for the erection of a Catholic College in the interest of vonng men seeking a thorough classical and scientific education. Only a few months ago a site was selected for the erection of a similar college in Washington. The Eastern Insane Asylum at "Williamsb...

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 June 1885

Is ; ' " " '"T- ' .* ... ' . X IOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ja+ WEDNESDAY. JUXE 17. : : : : 1SS5. Tr.-Riia OF THE News AND HERALD.? Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annum, n advance. Weekly edition, two dollars r ^ per annum in advance; two dollars and k fifty cents per annum, if not paid in ad\ vance. Rates for Advertising.?One dollar per inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each sub ? sequent insertion. These rates apply to ?|||s- advertisements of every character, and are - in orfv?nf?^ Obituaries yajayic OUAWJJ *** and tributes of "respect are charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and simple announcements of deaths, ar-> published free, and are solicited. Liberal terms ^ for contract advertisements. Jm New Advertisements. Parchase?Propst Bros. The Style?M. L. Kinard. Notice to Teachers?Jno. Boyd and L Annual Meeting?J. C. Caldwell, C. B. T. S. D. No. 14. The Purest and Best? Kafner & Hendrix. Sheriff's Sales?Jno. 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 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 17 June 1885

TsmAN^^AYCRiME."111 THE SXOBY OF TflE BUBXIXG OF COLUMBIAAn Ex-Confederate Points out Sherman'* Misstatements and Demonstrates Bis Responsibility for the Destruction of the ( Capital. (?/. T. Trezecant in Philadelphia Timet.) The detour which Sherman made in crossing the Saluda and then the Broad Rivers before entering Columbia enabled Hampton to save his artillery and Wagon trains, which, when Shetinan entered the city at 9 or 10 o'clock in the corning, were some ten or twelve miles below Columbia. I was np all night on the 16th, filling requisitions for cavalry equipments for Hampton's men and 1 left Columbia with the rear of that command about daylight on the 17th of February, 1865, a few hours hpfnr#? Sherman font TVisspssinn of it. That night we camped about fi^een or eighteen miles from Columbia, having gone down theCongaree some distance and then turning north towards Chester. The wind had been quite high all day and became almost a gale by dark, aRd the red glare of the sky ...

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 June 1885

fr V"-* "' ' ' .'-r- -- '-' * * / ' ' ^ % . . . . --0"' ..-v. > ' . ^ .:-^-;-^.y~rr- ^r^^S^SSEac ; ''' -. - r... ;'V." .-*' >J" ." ^ "4?^ * ' ;%' 'V "w v ^ V > ' ' ' ' ": _ v> ? . " ? ? - - - * ~ 7 %*i-j * WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1885. " ; __ | Parting Lovers. Winding upward rose a slender vine tree, ft Winding upward round the fort of Buda. j i^T Ah. no vine tree was it winding upward. But a loving maiden round her lover! Early had the twain begun their loving. Loving ever since their days of childhood, I Now they had to say farewell forever. ] To the maiden thus mc einpnu^ mm c?. i "Three broad rivers, maiden, run before * thee: Sigh, the third a garden green is growing; In the garden blooms a tree of roses: From that rose tree pluck a rose, O maiden, | Lay it near thy heart, within thy bosom; P Faster than the rose leaves lade within it, fc' _ ^ Faster fades my heart for thee, beloved.;" To the stripling thus the maiden answered: Iggjggy Three high mount...

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 June 1885

PF*".: . ^THE NEWS AKD HERALJ)"~ WTXKSRORO. R (1. pot' ?Sj " ?* "* Cp ,-V^; Wednesday, juxe 24. : : : : is?5. J SO. S. REYXOLliS. ) v Kditoks. V/. L. XcDOXJLLD. ) Jay Gculd likes to travel by water better than by rail. Much watering of stock has made him familiar with water. Richmond Dispatch: "Gen. Toombs pays the negro race is a scrub race, j Gen. Toombs is mistaken. The negro race is no longer a scrub race unless vuu w aiuu ii>, ua ?u? van testify." By a vote of 111 to 30 the Pennsylvania Legislatnre the other day declined to make a law requiring all newspaper articles making personal allusions or remarks affecting the reputation of any citizen to be signed with the name and address of the The historian Froude pronounces America "not half a bad sort of place to live in." There are lots of Americans who wi'l feel grateful to histoi ian Froude for this piece of valuable information, which they probably would never have known if he had not discovered it. According to the Louisvil...

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 June 1885

;'n|t:' " ;~v .' I " , - ' . / tK- ' V - .. _ : LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. W?X>>TESDAT. JUXE 24, : : : : 188J. Terms of the -> kws am; ? Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annum, n advance. Weekly edition, two dollars per annum in advance: two dollars and tifty cents per annum,, if not paid in advance. Kates for Advertising.?One dollar per inch (solid minion) for the first inseri tion, and fifty cents per inch for each sub* sequent insertion. These rates apply to / advertisements of even- character, and are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries and tributes of respect are charged for as advertisement*. Marriage notices, and simple announcements of "deaths, are published free, and are solicited. Liberal terms l for contract advertisements. W >>' \v Advertisement*. Brown's Iron Bitters. f!axitfnn?,T Clendininir. Asreilt. To Suit the Dull Times?F. "\V. Ilab? euicht. "* Local Briefs. fe ?Blackberries and plums are now 011 the market. ?A shower of rain would not hurt IfllispP...

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 June 1885

P ~ -c V-V": AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT^ Bermuda vs. Bice 3ra*s. In your editorial on a correspondent j to a Virginia paper you seem to make j sport of the idea that 3erouida grass j was of any value as a pasture grass, i I have not seen this g^sss in-the South j where it grows to its greatest perfec-1 tion, and cannot vouch that one acre is j worth three of blue grass, but I do ! know that even Kentucky has some j soil in certain locations that more feed j can be had from Bermuda than can be j from blue or any other grass that I j know of. Having been born and j I?U*CU il< 11JC ncai k tub w?uv jjk v.-^ j region of Keutacky, I believe that I j have a just conception of its beauty, j fertility, etc., and my admiration for j that part of the moral vineyard is sur- j passed by none of her sons. Yet I j think, to "give the devil his due," while we admit that Central Kentucky is the ceutre of the universe, that these are borders to this centre, and that' while blue grass in its home is t...

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 July 1885

" ~ ~~ ~ WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1885. ~ I*Tw8s a day of storm, for the giant Atlantic, rolling in pride. Drawn by the full moon, driven by tbe fierce wind, dde upon tide. Flooded our goor little Channel. A hundred Were'watching a breach new broken?when suddenly some one cries, "A boat coming in!"?and, rounding tbe pier?id that hid her before. There, sure enough, was a stranger smack, head straight for tbe shore. How will she where each wave is a m/Mmfuin? * 1 E uivwMtaiwi ? lAlV iVl UV Eun up a there fc# show ber or: the right place! Sbo ia 1.1 land now! She is close?v.? rush on the galloping wavetop?s. stand. As the -water sinks from beneath her?her -o?e touches the land. And tfeeo (as rude h;*xls, sacking a city, rieedy of prey, To8S,Tjt6oaje littered chamber, a child's toy Bfrhtly away), A gy?4t wave rose from behind, and lifting her, towored, and broke, ,A?<J flung hef headionjr, down on the hard beacb. close to the folk. C*uh: * * ? But 'tis only her bowsprit g...

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 July 1885

2?, f ; ' ft; THE NEWS ASi) HERALD. WESNSBOBO, S. C. 7" i WEDNESDAY. JCXY 1. : : : : 1885. ! JKO. S. RETSOZDS. ) Editoks W. X. XcDOXALD. ) Since the lauds of Vermont have j been drained the number of consumptives has decreasec: one-half. y ~ _ James D. Fish, late president of the ! Marine National Bank, was sentenced j *, ' in the United States Court, on Satnrday, to ten years in the Auburn prison. The way of the transgressor is hard. Gex. Fitzhugh Lee has reconsidered bis previous determination not to accept the nomination for Governor of Virginia, and has writteu to a friend saying that if the nomination is tendered him he will accept. _ Axqther desperate effort has been made to secure a new trial for the marderer Claverias, bat withoat success. His only hope now is to the Supreme Court of the State, which meets in the : early fell. mm MB" Tt is said that President Cleveland - ? has reconsidered the appointment of "MV TCpillr ?is minister to Anstria. The ^ Austrian Government does...

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 July 1885

IKTELllGENCE. ' "WEDflfDAY. JULY 1. : : 1885 Temof The News asd Hebald.? Tri-y#??y edition, four dollars per annum, > n adt*ye- Weekly edition, two dollars Sranm in advance; two dollars and ty/Wp z?er annum, if not paid in adV vanoevj rjjsf for Adveetisctg.?One dollar per m^S (solid minion) for the first insertr tion, ?"6 fifty cents per inch for each subL" seqaflf'j insertion. These rates applv to adv^C^ients of everv character, and are pavai^f strictly in advance. Obituaries a andttSytes of respect are charged for as <* adver^pments. 'Marriage notices, and simjfejfiinour.cements of deaths, are pub IishSijee, and are solicited. Liberal terms ^ \ for^awpact. auvernsemenis. jf vA^vertisemenrs. To Admirers?'T- T. Lumpkin, Azt. Locrf?BrIet?. BiP^. ?'We are told that trade in town ||P was finely on Saturday. E|p ?The vegetable crop this season has beeaextraordinarily fine. ?The; prospect now is that a very cotton crop will be made. gSVhy don't somebody send "South KjBa car-load of...

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 July 1885

. ' ' g?Z~*.-S; r :-.r -V v ; . ". ' Xr- "r -. * AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT. A "Work Shop. Vrnnr fo??mor Vio e olmAtf iuiiiivi ii^Vj[UVUb aiuiww constant?need of a work shop. It ufey not be a separate building; a place at one side of the carriage room will answer. There should be a good-sized bench, with a vise at one end, a place for using the planes, of which there should be at least two kinds provided. A shaving bench, with a drawingknife, is an essential featnrc of a wellstocked work shop; and saws, chisels, bit-stock and bits, hatchet, files, screwdrivers, wrenches, etc., should all be at hand. For work in metal, punches, cold chisel, anvil, etc., are all needed. A soldering iron is important, and also a few needles and awls, for doing the necessary mending of the harness. By those provided with a work shop or worK room, many u iniuv u?v iuu.\ uc turned to good account. A well equipped work shop will do much to make the boys more interested in farm work, and teud strongly to keep ...

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 July 1885

| ' ' '' '' ''' ' :i | ' " '' - ' ^ '' ' " |h " WINNSBQRO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1885. NO 25. A Memory. An old-world coun^ ~arden, where the H hours Like winded sunbeams ii_-n in trlory by. And where the scent of strange, oid-1'ashioned flowers Brings back a tender bygone memory. The walks are straight, and patterned with wj?*~ ~ stone. And pacin.t there with reverential tread, I dream o*??e more I hold within my own fi The soft <rarm lingers of the child who's H. Ocsto? ! wU/NCA -O/>/>fcfnTAC T*iorl Tvlth O-iiU J* UVCV LJ ?*vv? ...... r mir?. As we to? chased the srolclen butterflies? 1^ The child who reveled in the bright sunshine, / And shrined her gladness in her laughing K3S[iS^ eyo?: Sag [g?- we used to linger in the lone soft grass. And when c sun-ray kissed her dimpled hand, k We told cach other 'twas a fairy puss ??Sr '"--To read the secrets of our Fairyland: And, holding safely in her radiant face That happy sparkle, we would run to peep If dewdrops trembled 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. — 8 July 1885

r . . \r - . ' : ' r * -V*"-"' *' - - ' r ; \t?Z. ; - - " ' \ -i. * - ?%>..** r^..^ V ;j / . THE NEWS AND HERALD. WESXSBOSO, S. C. WEDNESDAY. JULY 8. : : : : IPS5. .ISO. 5. REYXOLDS, ) v Editoks. W. L. XcDOXAZD. j Lord Randolph Churchill has been re-elected by a handsome majority over his competitor Oorrie Grant. At a meeting of married and single ladies in Richmond, a few days ago, resolutions were adopted advocating the lash as the punishment for wifebeaters. The new directory for New York city jast completed for the year euding j May 1, 1886, places the population of j thecitvat 1,553,730, which makes an I , . increase oi iu,vi< over last year. The New York Sun suggests that Mr. Lowell, late minister to England, ran for Governor of Massachusetts, and urges that the Democrats and independent Republicans unite and elect him. j A prohibition* convention met in j Mississippi on the 1st instant, and it is j stated as the strongest movement ever i made in the State, aud that the ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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