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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 12 August 1885

16 " LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. SraKtVEDXESDAY. AUGUST 12. : : !>X3. ft Terms of The News and IIerai.d.? ]?j* Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annum, gap in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars j III per annum in advance: two dollars and j lIpP fifty cents -per annum, if not paid in ad- j Rates for Advertising.?One dollar | per inch (solid minion) for the first inser- j Hp tion, and fifty cents per inch for each sub-1 W sequent insertion. These rates appiv to ! f auveirj2>?im?iiu$ ui cveiv uu?uav;ici, wv i payable strictly in auvance. Obituaries I and tributes of respect are charged for as j advertisements. Marriage notices, and j . simple announcements of deaths, are pub' lisfced free, and are solicited. Liberal terms j lor contract advertisements. ;? Aiiv>-riiseinenr>>. Land for Sale?J. T. Dawkius. Dissolution?A. Williford & Co. Just Arrived?A. Willi ford & Son. I * Proposals Wanted?J. T. Pawkins, ; Chairman. k Louisiana State Lottery. Cheap Goods?J. M. Beaty &...

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 August 1885

<?t$v'Tnrrvt' "srnnfTrp \fFT?TT\v: I J JkiXJ V JL VWilX^lLU 11 .UiJlJil.1V> ^5<c * >**_" ? SOUTH CAROLINA FARMERS IX SESSION AT BEXXETTSVILLE. A Earjce Attendance of Delegates-Essays an<l Discussions oa Matters or Interest to Progressive Agriculturists. (Uondetuted f rom the Xeics and Com tier. ~) Tiic joint meeting of the StaieGrange ? ancl the State Agricultural Society j opened at Benncttsville on Wednesday the 5th inst. Col. Jas. X. Lipscombj Master of the State Grange, presided; Prayer was offered by the ltev. II. N. Pratt, of the Baptist church. Mayor Knox Livingston welcomed the delegates and visitors in an eloquent ? r? ;.l i I speecn. rresiuctii, x/uuuau ik^vuhw with force and hucnor. Both addresses elicited hearty applause. Th? roll-call showed loo delegates and visitors. Every coantv except Georgetown and Horry was represented. On motion it was resolved that during the discussion after each essay tjie speeches be limited to ten minutes. The first essay was ...

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 August 1885

p / f > - .'.T ..VjS ^ VOL. XLIL WINNSBORO, S.~C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1885. NO. 3. j The Homeless. It is cold dark midnight, yet listen ggk v To that patter of tiny feet; Jt is one of your Dojrs, fair lady, MbBbl Who whines in the bleak, cold street? W& J t is one of your silken spaniels, |3i&, Shut out in the snow ana sleet: HgiHaw No?my Doys sleep warm in their baskets, pjjy Safe from the darknesp and snow: All the beasts in our Christian country W Find pity wherever they jro. Those are only the homeless children, W ho are wandering to and fro. " Look out in tbe gusty darkness. A iJUttr OCVii it auu That shadow that Bits so s:owly ?<t Up and down past the window pane; - >w It is surely some criminal lurking Out there in the frozen ram. % No?our criminals are all sheltered. * 1 They are pitied, and taught, and fed: jpt/ That is only a virtuous girl, Who has got neither food nor bed? And the nijrht cries, "sin to the living," And the river crie*. "sin to the dead...

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 August 1885

w _ THE NEWS AND HERALD. ' WIXXSJBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 19. : : : l*S5. j JXO. S. REYNOLDS. ) > ElilTOl-S. m L.XcDOSALiy. I Thk stook show at Xiiioty-Six was a i great success. The display of blooded j horses and fine catile was magnificent, j The cotton worm ha? made its ap-; pearancc in several sections of the j State. We are thankful that Fairfield j lias escaped this pest. Tiie spread of cholera in Spain and ? i i. I trie SOUinerii-pm i ui nituw is Itatii... | The total number of deaths from this j cause iu infected districts is .07,000 i persons. Tiie Railroad Commissioners of the State have made their report of the j condition of roads in the State. The ! figures show a most prosperous condition. A telegram from Richmond announces the death of Coi. Thomas Bodatnead, a prominent railroad man. Col. Dodamead was for some years superintendent of the Greemiile and Columbia Railroad iu this State. The President issued a proclamation on the 10th inst., prohibiting the erec-...

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. — 19 August 1885

I 1 ' LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. "WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 19. : : : lSSo. j Terms ok The News and Herald.? Tri-we^.^iv edition, four dollars r>er annum, . in advance^ Weekly edition, two dollars ^ "per annum k; advance: two dollars and fifty cents per \invm, if not paid in advance. J \ Kates for AnviS^risi:co.?0nt- dollar per inch (solid minion) fur the first insertion. and fifty cents per iijrh for each sub^ sequent insertion. These rates applv to advertisements of every character, and are strictlv in advance. Obituaries and tributes of respect are charged for as ' advertisements. Marriage notices, and | simple annour.cements.of deaths, ;ir<> pub iished free, and are solicited. Liberal terms J tor contract advertisements. > Ne.v \ i.-rt isMtmeurs. Removal?Propst Bros. Notice?T. K. Elliott, Intendant. Citation.?J. R. Boyle?, Judge of Probate.. * Citation.?J. R. Boyle?, Judge of l' Es fate for Sale?Win. D.Aiken. j rggioticc to Creditors?II. -\. uoear, llreferec. ^Local Uriels. ^ ?Ther...

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 August 1885

it A LETTER FKOM ARKANSAS. Ihe Growing Crops and the Growing Com- i m?nwealth?Great Attractions for Irani!- i grants. (brorn art Qcca*iou<il Corre^po""-'ht.) Fixe Bluff, Ai:k., August 7. -Not- i withstanding the great financial depres-! sion that has been felt all over Arkan- i sas the present summer, the prospects ; of the State were never brighter or: ' rni . ... X* more encouraging, my siar 01 uupu i shines with new beauty and splendor' upon this people. The seasons during | the entire year have been all that could j be desired, and crops are simply ira- i inense. Cattle are in fine condition, j and the woods arc alive with hogs and j wild game. The game law will soon j be out for this season, then deer and t turkey hunting will begin. This mar-; kct is kept glutted with game during ! LllU VV lilici ? X lliivi; ."JUCil luunj) 4V-7 j twelve deer brought hi at a time. The I "finny tribe" is very abundant in the | river here, and it is no uncommon j thing to sec fish that will 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. — 26 August 1885

t ? :*:g i t, fi T * -r VOITXLS ~ W1NNSBORO, sTa. WEDNESDAY^AUGUST 26, 1885. _ , NO. 4. | Metrctfi ...e Meter. I Jiiscrutib>, consolidated !i;ir. And cri.-i r.v <?f wheels :uid things. Tli:it j-s our m " .'.hiy bilLs for gas mount hisrhcr. And inlo every i-'^eoftold trouble brings! . Here won.'d you n* >. iv* loaded with the curs* es ^ Of ati< ry men w jv lu tcvilemcnt vie, Ci.uM tin se poor, iacman, weak, and baiting: verses ffif* Get over words "S fast you can lie. IIow meek and co..n-f?ced your dire delusion ! How secret and in^.'iable your sin! How quiet!v you work in-safe seclusion. I>ajiy and nigh tly drawing dollars in 1 Explain your vwjt wondrous powers of * suct?'6n: The si crets of >ov.t prison-house declarc! j /1sw,4? it IIli.lt ?!i<> Kite's redUO tion Becomes a: ?. iktry, a fraud, a snare? What is ther?>4 y??ir cormorantist nature. Your mechanism wierd and intricate, __ That make* you swallow up a Legislature ^ ~ -i uij h-%1-3 and bind the peop...

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 August 1885

HIE NEWS AND HERALD. WIXXSCORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 2G. : : : 1883. .ISO. S. REYNOLDS. ) c Ei>' on* If. L. .VcDOXAIj J). j Cakxauvox, jlie ?r\v Lord i Lieutenant tor Ireland, i:as been well : received, and promises t<> make an acceptable Governor. The youngest son of (Jen. Fifzhugh Lee, the Democratic candidate for Governor of Virginia, died at his liomc in Fairfax county, Virginia, on Thursday last. Several cases of yellow fever have been reported in New York city. Due precaution was taken against the spreading of the disease. It seems a year of fatal epidemics all over the country. Two divorces were granted in Chicago on Thursday last. Tho bills were filed, evidence heard and the decrecs granted in just thirty minutes. Tills beats all previous records oi" the city, and is believed to be the fastest time on record. StvEHAL cases of poisoning from eating toadstools in mistake for tnushroons have occurred recently. People who arc fond of that kind of fungus diet ouirlit ...

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 August 1885

I \ I i ^ I OCAL INTELLIGENCE. ^ "WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 2G. : : : 1XS5. Terms ok The News and IIeijald.? Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annum, . in advancc. Weekly edition, two dollars Ifcacw per annum in advance: two dollars and wV fifty ce.its -per annum, if not paid in ad f Rates kok Adveutisixo.? One dollar HV' V per inch (solid minion) for tlic first inser/ lion, and fifty cents per inch for each sui> sequent insertion. These rates apply to advertisements of even* character, and are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries and tributes of'respect arc charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and siuipie announcements of deaths, are published free, and are solicited. Liberal terms lor contra^advertiseinents. >ic.v A-Iv.-rlisciJM'iiJi*Ncw Store?I). A. Hcndrix. More Room?Q. D. Willi ford & Co. Blackstock Acadcmy?W. I>. Thomp* n y*~ 1011, Administrator's Notice-Calvin 13 rice, L Administrator. Executors' Notice?I). G. Smith, J. Y>r. "\Yylic, Qualified Execut...

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 August 1885

>n in m n i i 11 i i i ii ??? THE CITADEL EMBKOGLIO. j A STATEMENT FROM COLONEL JOHN P.THOMAS. He jiecitcs the Circumstances Constituting liis Reasons for Resigning the Superin tendency. ( From the News and Courier, Avpu*t 7.) As late Superintendent of the South Carolina Military Academy, justice to myself as well as to the cause of sound discipline in the State?s military school constrains me reluctlantly to break my reticence in connection with my reisgnation and to place the facts before the public tribunal. The case is best stated in the logical order of the following communications: 1. Under date of July 5, 1SS5, ColThomas, Superintendent, wrote as follows to General llasrood, Chairman of the .Board of Visitors: "The Executive Committee of the Board of Visitors having on a recent occasion declined to investigate a report made by me as Superintendent, of combination of serious character among the cadets oftliis Academy, and having further excused a meeting of said cadets, bol...

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. — 2 September 1885

pr VOL. XLIL WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1885. NO. 5. ^ Tb* -ctory of Patiencc. Arncd of Sods! Divinest conqueror! What soundless hests are thine! Nor j?omj>, nor slate. Nor token,? ? betray where thou dost wait, All nature s~-4.? Is. for tho<\ embassador. Tier forces u . thy serfs, for peace or war, ^ Greatest :m<' ]e-?st silike. thou rui'st their fate, r* 'iheavalai:* e chained until the century's date. The mulber - made robe for emperor I r Shall man s?one thy law deuy??refuse Thy heal in-.' t'or his blunders an<i his sins? Oh, make ? ijine! Teach us who waits best sues. Who loajjcf v?fts of nil most surely wins. When Time *s cpent. Eternity tx-<rii2S. To doubt, r- chafe, to haste. d< th God accuse. ?Helen Jackscn. | the two j:o>i:M5-:i:gs. * - - * ?!\AV/y i iV. ccrixww innii ii;um;u g, i who belonged to a well-known battery, and had married very young, had a son whom h* allowed to enter the same battery Then he was 18. But as the father Mid not...

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. — 2 September 1885

THE NEWS. AND HERALD^ ' wejijsboro. s. u. Wednesday. September 2.: : 1883. ISO. S. XEYXOLDS. ) S- Editors. tV. L. XcDOSALI). ) Iti'SSiA is becoming uneasy from the! action of England in regard to Tnr-1 key. It is evident that some of the ! European powers are "spiling for a; fight", and we think that the sooner they get at it and get through with it the better it will be for all concerned. Collector Bradley has inaugurated a reform in his department, by removing nearly all of the United O 4?? l-onnfli.o am"? or"l11 OT>J*Q and OlttlCd O uiiu I fillinu the places made vacant by these removals with good men. Only about a half a dozen of the old ones are left, and we suppose it is only a matter of time until they receive their walking papers. The city authorities of Chicago have succeeded in suppressing gambling in that city. The manipulators of pasteboards are folding their tents and stealing away to greener fields and pastures new. When they reach the new fields, however, they will...

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. — 2 September 1885

W LOCAL INTELLIGENT^ 7 c ; C WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 2. : : If-83. { t , c Terms of The News and Heraj.d.? j j Tri-vreekly edition, four dollars per anrot m, j ;? Wor-Vlv edition, two dollars ! j)er annum in advance: two dollars and'] fifty cents "per annum, if not paid in ad-1 vance. i Rates for Advertising.?One dollar jr per inch (solid ininion) for the first inst-r- j 5 tion. and fifty cents per inch for each sub-! *sequent insertion. These rates apply to i advertisements of even* character, and are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries . v and tributes of respect arc charged for as ! 2; advertisements. Marriage notices, and j simple announcements of deaths, are pub- j lished free, and are solicited. Liberal terms I \ for contract advertisements. Now Ailverlisemenrfc. I Tea?Jno. P. Matthews, Jr. j J Fort McAllister?Groeschel & Co., j Proprietors. ! I n r Columbia Female College?(). A.j~ Darby, President. New Iiope Graded School?T. S. j1 Bricc, Secretary. i * Application for Ch...

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. — 2 September 1885

>- OIX STORM-SWEPT SEAPORT. CHAELTGTOX suffers the ravages OF A FEARFUL cyctene. k'."'. ? - Great Loss of I'ro^erty-No Loss of Life ?Wli'arvcB. Vessels, Churclion atul Ktsit]?-iK:eg I)t!itroye<l or It>jure<l--Th?; Storm / - , ojj Miiiiv.m s isianu. The. daily papers of Wednesday, August 20, contained accounisofa fearful siorm that visited Charleston during' tlie day previous. The sign-; were unfajroi-aTjJe on the Monday previous, and tHfe wind continued to increase in .vetnrcafv and violence, till it developed fiilo isi- veritable cyclone. At two O"*clock fon Tuesday afternoon this cyeiofee/>track Charleston. The wind b!e\V-? stitt\ northeaster, and the work of damage commenced. Uool's were twisted away, fencing was levelled and trees were stripped and lorn. The gale must have reached sixty miles an hour, and at ten o'clock it seemed to lull for half an lionr. Then with the return tide a violent south wester turned in and completed the wreck in the path of the storm. ...

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. — 9 September 1885

- .,.n VOL. XLII. WINNSBORO, 8. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1885. NO. 6. ^? At the Station. Lamp at.*- *smp how the lights go by trooping. Stretchh * in-hind the trees, dreamily yon(1c; Throujrl branches ad rip with the shower 1 he ii*i> ?iuuis aucl gleams on tlic puddles. Piuint'-.w. shrilly, piercingly whistles 'J he e)????.c hard by. Coid and gray are tho heavens Up above, the autumn morning Ghostlike glimmers around me. ft'lathe- cr.d whence move the people hurrying ?Into tlnrk csiTlau-cs. muffled and silent? To what sorrows unknown art- they rushing? j Long- tortures of hopes that will tarry? r You too ob fair one, are dreamily holding Your ti<fr?et for the guard's sharp cllp\ pin if? Ah, so clips Time, ever relentless, Joys, memories, and years that arc golden. Far-stroi^-bJnjf the dark train stands, and the workmen Black-capped, up and down keep moving like shadows; . In his hand bears each one a lantern, | And each one a hammer of iron. And the Von they strike sends 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. — 9 September 1885

THE NEWS AND HERALD. |. WIXXSBORO, s. c. i WKI?*ES1>AY. SEPIKMBKK 9. : : 1X85. --A O. s. j:je ysolus. ) y Iii>jr?jKS 1 TV. L. McOOXALTt. ) We hope to have the opportunity of congratulating the Ohio Democracy J when the present campaign is ended. Govkuxok. TzioMrsox lias accepted ( the resignation of Captain Ley a re J. "Walker as one of the Kail road Commissioners for South Carolina. A slight earthquake shock was felt at Blowing Rock, X. C., a few days : ago. The shock was distinctly felt by all parties in that section of the conn- ( try. Mu. Jeuvey has made a number of ; changes in the forces of his office at ' Charleston, but some of the employes 1 under Collector Johnston will be re- , tained for the present. Tiik Bankers' & Merchants' Tele- \ graph Company has brought suit 1 against the Western Union Company j for $200,000 damages, on account of j the seizure of the former's wires. i Mr. M. B. McSweenv, the talented editor of the Hampton Guardian has < been appointe...

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. — 9 September 1885

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. f ! t WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMIiEK 0. : : ISS3. | Terms of The News and Herald.? ; m - rc rk/>T nrirt'n rn I in-WfCl\l\ ilUiUmi, mm , in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars per annvm in advance; two dollars and tifty cents per annum, if not paid in advance. ? Rates for Advertising.?One dollar j 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 payable strictly in advance. Obituaries anil tributes of respect arc charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and simple announcements of deaths, ar<? published free, and are solicited. Liberal terms for contract advertisements. N??" Ail v?-rli*euieur*. J list Arrived?S. Wolfe. Notice of Final Discharge?Ja^. U. Harvey, Guardian. Photograph (Jallcrv?K. II. McMnr. f ray. Citation?J. 11. IJoyics, Judge of t ^ Probate. J.oca! Briefs. -4^ ?Mr. R. J. McCarley is up from his j recent sickness. ?Mr. A. M. W...

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. — 9 September 1885

CLEVELAND'S SU.MMEI! CAMP.! TriE PRESIDENT FOLLOWED UP INTO ! THE ADIRONDACKS. How He Hunt*, Fishes an<l Enjoy* His ' Vacation-Stalking by Day axul "Jack ! Ilawtin^" at Nijjht. A correspondent of the New York j World recently found President (Jicvet i land at his camp at Willies pond, a-1 the upper end of Saranac Lake, in the j Adirondack?. Tracing him as far as the Prospect House on the lake, he j there found that the most extraordinary precautions had been taken to ; conceal the exact location of the hunt- J ing and fishing camp where ilie rresi-1 dent was located, but a guide was at; last fonnd who was willing and able to I conduct the correspondent thither. The story continues as follows: We had been in the woods nearly four hours, when through the trees we caught a glimpse of a sheet of water. It was Willis's pond. In a few moments we roached it. At its shore the alleged trail ends. We bathe our faces in the cool water and plunge once more into the forest, following the line...

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. — 16 September 1885

VOL. XLII. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1885. NO. 7. De Law?f Am Smilin*. Da sun's growin* * ?.hd, an' it makes de niy' jrorsinjr, ' De Lav.-d t <t> f-r smilin* on de lan*; Ah. dea'raiy mir.hty pleasant at de summer t'li't ?>' sj>ri? ?. D<- Lhwi; am or smilin* on de lan*; De liumlde l? e* i er borin' o'er de top de cabin ^ do*: Do La"**? am or smilin* on de lan*. An* de awft:! young wuspors am or crawlin* on ?1<i.v l. iw.l am ?-r finilin* on do lan*. Oh. smilo on. sinile on. smile, oh, good ^ Lawd. keep on \vi4 de bright lijrht, -4^ Sing on. sing1 on, sin?, oh. sinner man, way up in yer hijrli might. Oh, dc *<rih! sallct's growin' in <!c corndcr o^ * j fence, p "Oe Lawd nm cr smilin' on <le lan': -* " ?? dHjrlity cld?* piekin", but it save or heap cr 'sjx'U* . I)c- Land r.o. cr smilin' oil tic km*. <JIi. de hojr's jowi ?ii* dodjrcr ila will fetch or iiuin tor ta-1-, Dc I.:nyl t- i cr sioiiin' on <le !an"; An* cr Jroo<l sakct. cr iilx...

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. — 16 September 1885

-~r i "TTTrinfii_-rr^i THE NEWS AND HEliALD. ~j wii^\sb6ko, s. c. TVEDNJESD.W. MiPTKMliKIi 1C. : : lfcUu. jyo. s. HEYyOLVS. ) v Eorross tp. L.3lcDOXALD. ) Chaki.es J. Coloock, Jr., has been recognized by tiie President as vice-! consul of Sweden and Norway at | Beaufort, S. C. The trial of Waller JI. Maxwell, the | presumed murderer of Prellerin a St. | Louis hotel last spring-, has beeu post- I poned by agreement of counsel until j the nineteenth of October. # A London* dispatch of the i>th in- j slant announces the serious illness of j John "\Y. Foster, American minister to | Snain. It is to be honed that it will ! pass oft' without serious results. The New York State Prohibition Convention met in Syracuse on Wednesday. Between 300 and 400 delegates were present, and it is generally | believed that John Hopkins can be i nominated for Governor if he desires j it. Of the 48,421 fourth-class postmasters in the United States 6,S09, or oneeight I), have been changed in the last six ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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