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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 30 December 1885

Wvmmtimmif *>' mm lljuiiNOti. ..< 11 TKU>nPW^n?? ANO HkhAI.U.? Trl-weekly c!|Bi|Birr dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly V.dltlon, two dollars I .l.ill.tro aiwl . per umvum in uuvmiwu^ mw uuumn i . fifty cdnts pov annum, If not paid In ad* . vanco. < Itatk8 fou Advertising.?-Ono dollar Rer Inch (solid minion) for tho llrst Inscron, ami fifty cents per inch for cach subsequent Insertion. TllCSO rates apply to advertisements of cvory character, ana aro payable strictly in advance. Obituaries and tributes of rcspoct aro charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and simple announcement!) of deaths, are published free, and aresollclted. Liberal terms for contract advertisements. row AaYoniHomcMiiN. Summons?Douglass & MeCants, Plaiutiir'H Attorneys. Saw Mill ami-Bank Stock for Sale? Jas. A. llricc, Assignee. ' Notice?T. K. Elliott, Cashier. Sale of Laml-v-Mary A. Aklen. llrlotK. I ? ' ?.We noticed Mr. D. 11. llofo, of | Chester, on tho streets. rPI?/? Imtir.i annl...

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. — 30 December 1885

' * ijj.' . - ;v PrtUfL'tovni'v M ?rrl.i;ri. William I). lloivolK wft'o wciltTod tho sister of JVirkin O. Mo:mI. the sctilptor, dlvhloa Ills tluib hotwmvi literature ami his family. I to i? so much in lovo -with lm wifo that somo of hi?) , friomls say that ho soos in l?*r all tho lino rarlotios of her sox, aii'.l fr-.tn h?r fimhionu hid Jiit?*riis?Hiirr linrnitwu lonlf. ing nl her from dilVoront nujrloi. Ho does not ni'oil, likoOoethe, IJ.vV..?c, and' so many liter <ry aftisu. lo woo women to plnoR out the mystery of ilioir heartsfor tlio cmbellishinont of his liolion. To him iii.-? wife is represeutativn of whatever in womnulv i ? woman. This jjs tlio loftiest idoalization of nmrrin?ro. Mm. Francos Hodgson Buruott, tho novelist. d'lifers from tho most non-litorary wlvo* in tho ci'oumittanoo ' that sho is conspicuously---they mi'.vht ?ay fooiishlv?in love with h?r loril. Thoy ar? as iuiimato in ovory rbspoc* :nthoy can bo; thov have no thought or fooling that thoy do not share. 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. — 6 January 1886

I WHHK0 6UEI Us' lriU8'c ?' I Edpffiffilce?failing and whisper ct tho low l n sjory, murmured in fc-'rro'v, hallowing by*<sts and faces young Kmil background like tare. B j its mystic words in {il tbouffhtful, a fairBnts of her fair. Madon|st:i beauty of her garMrue. Koupor. the Bible lay. V ,ccnse to light of the bcrc ttein like some |?H*n. Hn'ers. so noble did she Bl^d her from out the HKjV. ,-er of passion and /i id counted all puis jeV', law kneeling at HH?3ggjgjW. , * B tfc?* fcJiter-Ocean. I Joe says SpSffi?. in sight ^tow, or yotfUW^Wr^y W^efcK> .He had JK^Vldc and in c?i ?N J cm H\ < i m ES m fiint R Woi ~$fl ilP OC; W? ilowei ||lf ilowino ipr. '/; anipied to' W-> [f/kck fiiv," but BaKy fy match in cai 1?^ ^Autcii," cried Jo Mr / ftp place where I s c?aui juuvu iUat ? He can do is to run for'it no H The mustaujrs knew tlieir |||Ec]i a? wc, and needed no plainly^ smelf th< our P o:ia\ Riorum tu..t ride? U.i j wo we;> gSe fire momentarily drawI ins: ne"^pr, t...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 6 January 1886

Br\BeBaa8ii^agi??ffi?wawwiwSw?siiM^ y KO-.to- S. SaBMSM^^W8iiiaWmSiS^S^SSaS5g8gBw^agS^ J r n I ipfreestimated population of China ^26o souls to each square mile.W&r The Courts of Atlanta ami Savanriah arc kept busy with divorce suits. It seems that a large nuinht r of cou rplcs in these cities are ill-mated. The usual New Year reception at the White House was a grand affair. It is estimated that over six thousand people shook hands with the Problem The accounts of Prof- Iiaird of the I fish commission, which were slopped for scrutiny by the first comptroller oi the treasury, have been approved I framing bis committees will place the majority of the committee from men who are in sympathy with and favor has been declared uiu:oii>titiirioii:ii hv kuen. .uogan \vm oc (icicareu i>y tnc friends of the bill in the Senate. A veto is not anticipated, as it is not probable that the President and the Attorney General will lake she view of the ease taken by their pn duressors. Ox the ...

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. — 6 January 1886

Br-' ' WHSHAUY 0. > i i 188(1. Jr ' s t .'i TKKMSOF fl'l?l^YB AND JlEKAl.D.? KLu .^Ttl-wa'kKv iuinY?K<nU' (loHni-ri pcrjuimm* 8.i jtitfin^hIv:iiut,A'WiWV(fe(lition. two dollars : * *> tm tW(^ ilu'^us 1111,1 ** -' .lion, and lifCv ccn^^?r'irifch' for "each s'uli$.;U\ Roqiu'ht ln^vtloii>nTheso rates apply to v < j jVtlvoltlsoindnt.s ofWorv fclihtftdtar. and nr? trnWi'! > "Dftvnblc Hfflc.llv inAtufvanco. Obituaries '$W '' >lWl trUiuto^.^f.ijHJSjwftt are charged for as aUybvtlsruimitS.v-jMin'lUgo notices, and ' auuMiucVni&?a of deaths, are pubT.; ' Ilsfied"friM*, Ami fowwnqtt'ctl. Liberal terms Iwii- for contract- advertisements. N o \ v?A?I v?> r 11 a o in^> i?K| 4 , |k*\ Now.is LIiq Time VP. A. Ileiuliix. gj^O Notice?Jjio.rI\ ^iatthowfc, Jr. , -Citation?It lUoylcs, Jiul^e of ' probate.,' | Notice W Final Discharge?'T. W. Nelson, AiWirdian. if ->r . . B rt? w-tl_ t?i *? -l i k xsoue<y> w iuuuhi>itj-?.jonn j)oyu ana ncrs^ ?MisJfLe Davis is visi...

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. — 6 January 1886

mm I WORK OF OUR LAW-MA K A I.IftT ^IP fMDAiinnAwfti ? **-"** "r"*" 1 - V* J?** */ A% JL /Kll M. JKXj I?9 UJ? JL II J!? OKNKUAI, A8SKMI1LV. i , ; " New law? nnil Old Lnwo mtirio over to Mutt the Tlmoa?The Result of a llnrd-WorkIngSonnlon, . Tlio following is a list of tlio Acts pnsKcil at tho rccont session of the I ?Dttni'n 1 AeonmKlif "** ?AVIIV?(?I ikQOUIIIUI V | UUIIUIII^ UIUOU UI purely local interest: An Act to incorporate ihe Chicom Savings Bank, of Pelzcr. South (JaroJinn. An Act to amond the law a* to tho sale of real estato adjudged to bo sold. Joint ltcsolutiou to authorizo the county commissioners of Clarendon county to apply tho surplus from tho lail fund and tho tax collcclcd to liquidate tho deficiency in the ordinary countV account. fni' flin vnm? 18?9 tho liquidation of deficiencies in ordinary county cxponscs for the your 1883. An Act to chuugo tho timo of holding the summer term of the Court of General Sessions in llaruwell county. An Act to amend Sections 163, 16...

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. — 13 January 1886

^ !?."'*-|-w I IIIIIII MILM I I -Ill g B 1 . ' P ~'^'" ' ' '* ' {, ' ^ - ; " U 1 ''B|'"q ' aillll^MflBM^. . ,--^~ fit VOL. XLII. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13; 1886/ . ' NO. 24. : Thinking of the Soldiers. 1 **e were 8l!tin? round tiie table Just a night , ortwoapo. In tbr e, 2y i:ttle parlcr, with tho lamp light k burnin low*. -&t:d the window blinds were opened for the ' VivS| mmracr air to co:n?,t lift- Jtod the pn;nt?*d cur'.ams moving like a bu67 r~ ?? pendulum. Oh, the cushions on the sofa and the pictures on the wan. f And th.'? ?nth<-ring of comforts in the old familiar hail. b^- And the wbininjr of the pointer lounging 4d'j by the door, And the flitting of the shadows from the ceiling to the floor. And tb^y wak^npa ia my spirit, like the besutiiui in art. Such a bus v. busy thinking, such a dreariness of h^nrt. That I s*t amid the shadows with my spirit all astmy. ? ; Thinking < n!y. thinking: oniy, or tne sciaicro far away. Of tne tents beneath the moon...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 13 January 1886

s'f-/ / " ~~H r l ,Ti*rin mm rm.1 vi??,\ i\m? uiiMi h i 1 Uti i.1 ?J It O AHV i I 1-K'lJjl/. | w inn sb0r07?ri \ Wednesday, jaxuarv is,: : i?sg. : I '.va 5. KKYXOLDS. ) V FMtom W Z. McDOXALD. I It is said by Herbert Gladstone that j five-sixths of the Irish people arc fol-; lowers ot' Parnell. $8,000,000 were expended in the' construction of new building* in Bos-| ion, daring the vear ju?t passed. Speaker Carlisle was uu-ible to announce iiis committees on Tuesday J as was cxpected, but will have them ready for to-day. Mr. C. U. Bkice, assistant postinaster at Chester, S. C., has secured a position in the House of Representatives in Washington. A bill has been favorably reported from the committee on postofficesand post roads, prohibiting the mailing of newspapers aud other publications ' containing lottery advertisements. Senator Vance has introduced a bill in the Seuate to abolish the civil service commission. The Senator evidently belives in the maxim that to the victors belong t...

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. — 13 January 1886

f v ggpegg^a8ieepeee^egieD*e*8^**62888*lSfliS<B66a88S8B$9 s |||| local intelligence. ESl>AY* JANUARY 13, ! : : 1S8C* H?Termsof Tiie Xews and Herald.? j HB? ' eK * - ^1.1.. ?/-!**?- fl*\!lore nvr fl77 73.7/771 i v cuiiivii; iuui hviuu^^v wg*&f3innvm in advance; two dollars anri j^^g^eents per annum, if not paid in ad | ^MHe^IstIates for Advertising.?One dolla' '::Z y riisch (solid minion) for the first inserpsin, and fifty cents per inch for each sui>Spwrot insertion. These rates apply to H":lveitiseij?vnt? of every character, ana are HHS:ayable strictly in advance. Obituarie.* " "*'>' 1 fnr o w |j|>nd tributes ol respect are cuai^cu iV? Hpdverti.M-nu'iits. Marriage notices, an?i Swiinple announcements of deaths, are pub gEshed free, and are solicited. Liberal terms I or contract advertisements. Just Arrived?A. Williford & Co. & Spread the News?D. A. HenrMx. | Tariff for .Revenue Only?Groeschel Lmisiana State Lottery. - * % r\ i _ _ ig^jSB%? ' JNiiiice?J. I...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 13 January 1886

WOhK OF OCR LAW-MAKERS. \ 4- TURTHER LIST OF MPOKTANT ACTS &F THE GEXERAL A-SSEMliLY. 2?ew Laws and Old Laws made ovor to Suit the Times?The Result of a Hard-Worktn S Session, Act to provide for and regulate the incoporation of towns uf less than one <hou*and inhabitants in this State. Act to authorize the county com misci/\t)M?Q /\f rxinr.ti! t/\ /\tiAn ui iiain^iwu wuuii iv v^vu and construct a public hig.v.vay across CoosawhatcLie Swamp. Act to authorize the trustees of the University of South Carolina to sell certain property belonging to the South Carolina College. Act to provide for and r egnlatc the incorporation of manufacturing companies in this State. Act to incorporate the town ol Mount Carinel, on the Savannah Vallev Railroad. Abbeville count v. Act to prescribe the priorities of certain statutory liens. Act to incorporate the Wilmington Chadbourne and Conway Uailwaj Company. Act to provide two additional tria justices for Clarendon county. A Joint Resolution 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 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 20 January 1886

???ri <n i --? m ii i _ Mv cottage st un? - njion a rctillf Where. daisy-s:ii.M?i. >l"P"-.n And at its foot danefs a huij&inx ril^H S;njrin;r its to th<- smiir&e^Kgi Sinjrinjr its vesper hvtnn. :ts iti the wcSH Ov-r my Icr iiy n<-i >r*s wooded n:::WH , The royal sun sin"<s siowlv t'> the* v.vst. toWMB ' And the stars throb and throug^j^a Ovfr mv cottage. in :< tangle ric'i. ^ Koses and je>s/tn!ine and cif-mans | Cii"'b, filling jealousevery fit:!-* niche. m;r sweet blossoms to the breeze's kiss; L And all the day the wild birds, winter-fed. I. . Warble and trill and jrunjle 'mid the trees. While the brave skylark, lost in blue o'erhead, Pours waves of tnusie o'er the sunny leas. Kf Inside my cottage memory holds her sway ? In pictures, speaking of the loved and lost; In books, the faithful friends of every dav; ||P In trifles, love apprised at countless cost; HgiL And, flinjrinjr Time a piy defiance. Son# Epffft .^lucinurs "The spirit tlays, tbe fi...

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. — 20 January 1886

- ^'^"T tt~^i"rr^ ~^~ Blair providing tdat in all schools in the District of Columbia a special coarse of instruction shall he given to all children showing the injurious effects of whiskey and tobacco upon hp Col. Edmuxd Richardson, a large cotton merchant of New Orleans, died in Jackson, Miss., on lhe 13th insf. He was perhaps the richest man the South, and the largest cotton planter in the world. He was the owner of nineteen cotton plantations, comprising about fifty thousand acres, lying in Mississippi, Louisiana ami Arkansas. The argument in the Blue Uidge itaiiroaa ocrip cases 01 mis oiuic ?>?? concluded Iu the United State* Supreme Court on Wednesday. The argument for the State made by tbt Attorney General and District Attorney L. F. Yonmans. TIjc latter, it i? said, attracted considerable attention on account of his oratorical powers, and the arguments of both gentlemen were pronounced able and eloquent. Senator Pcgh delivered an able speech on the siiver question in the ...

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. — 20 January 1886

WnZI INTELLIGENCE. ^ _^^sxesday, january 20, : : kcTerms of The News and He- p.? * * * rwr ??/?&. Tn-weeKiy wihvu, r in advance. Weekly edition, tw?* jfllars p?r annum in advance; two doll? and fifty cents annum,, if not paid#t advance. / Rates for Advertising.?Osf dollar per inch (solid minion) for the fry insertion, and fifty cents per inch for <Lh subsequent insertion. These rates Jvplv to advertisements of even.* charactewnd are navable strictly in acfvance. actuaries anil tributes of respect arc cna.,* ior as advertisements. Marriage nofles, and simple announcements of death? -.re published free, and are solicited. Lbtfal terms for contract advertisements. - >'ew \dvcr:i*e!ni:nTfc. ?^ Removal?R. F. CaldwnT For Sale-G. II. McITier. An Ordinance?T. F "jfliott, Intendant. Local Briers. i J ?The Hon. R. T. > Lbec, of Chester, was in town on TCrsday. ?The Rev. Mr. anC Mrs. McAlpine (are visiting friend^ ,'nd relatives in ?3ir. K. II. Elc^ lef^ last week to accept a pcjj...

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. — 20 January 1886

page aaEMnKaTT-wgwcT i "i ?i THE eOTTON KING. A MAX WHS CULTIVATED SEVENTEEN THOUSAND ACRES OI J.AND. The Remarkable Career of Colunrl Rich- . ardson--He Rises from a Poor IJoy to bo ; the Richest Planter in the World. The death of Colom l Ed-nund itich- i ardeon, the cotton kin^ of ii?? world, which occnrred at Jackson, Mi?* , on j Monday night, was not unlike thai of j "William II. Vanderbilt in it- suddenness and general character. lie left J Jackson the Sunday before on a visit fo j Vicfcsbstnr, and his son, W. V>. liich- ! ftivL'Ai. H'OCIfMth littll ! lun r> !lll rl'tl* I ?n vt-7vuj ?? uv ?? ao ?? uii iiiin ? tivi v. %%m? ?... . Monday, says he had never seen hi> I farther in better apparent health or in ! liner spirits. On his return trip to Jackson his fellow travelers comment* ed on his extreme jocularitv. lie arrived at Jackson at a little before 10 o'clock Monday nijrlit and went to supper in the Edmunds House restaurant. He intended taking the 1:30 night train fu...

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. — 27 January 1886

_...^ ' '' " ? .! ii -- ^ '' i i f ^ WIXNSBORO. S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27,1886. NO. 26. - Hf' parish of a ride Ejwvc<l to run WKBtf half-rmic in hero. ^wpray-stone: Bay the * sr>riii'-* so ^alonc." Bsupon it. steps, like ms; HR-'> bonnet, lip?' ol'l ash-tree." ft Morgan's cow W milk-white sea. for a life-long vow, for; owe me." In This fliirk well? Kpitchcr, if you let go; Hn;' like a sea-shell, BMy""to and fro." ifflgjlpo ebb in Newton bay, Bas the tide grows less, the world's success." way for love to flow; in^s in a woman's breast, K own heart it must go, |?ry to nil the re>t." ^^t cup of your hand, my ^B^^^ttercd stone above, ^ftr of Saint John." nrsay? My heart drops low; HK>ld. and my hand too flat, Elsured by bandfuls so? !H|>w that I love you?without jjrela the gleam of the faint light. Emselveson the limpid gloom; r lull pa!in toward her lover, prepared for the words of cart rose. and the cold hand of her faith sprung', sweet re** than the old saint's 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. — 27 January 1886

7 THE NEWS AND HK!uLDT-J1 WIXXSiSOEO, S. C. Ij WEDNESDAY, JANUARY *,:T, : : : 1SS6. , JS'O. S. BETXOTsDS. ) j ( y Editors. rr. z. 3TcDOSALD. ) _ . . T I < It is said that Logan, Edmund?, : 1 fcvarts and Sherman, Unitetl States:1 Senators, are all wiring for the Re- j ' publican nomination tor the Presiden- j( f*v ?r* fKA novf r^kf^rk ] k The New York World says it is nn- i, derstood that the President will ap-: t point General Lawton, of Georgia, [ < whose disabilities were removed Wed- j ] nesdav, bv Congress, as minister to j -( Austria, in place of Keiley whom Ans-. | tria refused to receive. j l The coming session of the Legis'a- ! ' ture in Iowa will he forced to malce | j provision for a deficit of $600,000 in j i the State revenue, the fulling off being j I ( occasioned, it is alleged, by the effects . of Prohibition, which cutoff an enorl mous amt/unt of taxes fm merlv coli lected. At the same time it is not j' claimed that there was less consnmp- j tion of liqnor duri...

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. — 27 January 1886

&? ?? i 111 !! ??a??a LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. _ WEDNESDAY, .JANl'ARV 27, : : : 1886. Trnvs ftv TITE XEWS AND IlERALD.? Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars per annum in advance; two dollars and tifty cents per annum, if not paid in ad vance. Rates fok Advertising.?One dollar per inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each subsequent insertion. These rates applv to advertisements of even* character, and are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries of resneet are charged for as advertisements. .Marriage notices, and simple announcements of deaths, are published fret-, and are solicited. Liberal terms for contract advertisements. New V<!vcriisenn-m*. Positively Great?Q D. WiUiford J & Co. " i Tax Xoticc?I. X. Withers, Auditor, j The Terry Show Case Co., Xash- i ville, Tenn. ^ Local Briefs. ?Beautiful weather?and no fear of fe another freeze. I & ?We are not crying for any more j jjw winter jnst ...

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. — 27 January 1886

TOBACCO CULTURE. Uulest Governing the Experiment?The j Appointment of Expdrimcnters in the Several Counties. The Board of Agriculture has ap- j jjrupnaieu s>i,?uu iur me purpose 01 ; encouraging practical exniments in ihe | culture of tobacco in this State; $00 j to be given to one farmer in each j county, selected by a cuinniittee of j three practical fanu-r-, and :t premium i of $100 to the farmer reporting the j be-t results. The Board has issued a circular con-j taining the following con?!iti<?:i>, which | must be complied with: , "One acre of land must be culu-1 Vaifil in A cui'ircf rocunl I irrnst be kept, showing i lie date of seeding and setting plants, ihe variety | of seed used, the character of the soil, ; the quantity and kind of fertilizer \ applied, the daily condition of the j weather during the season (tempera- j ture and rainfall), the cost ot' proline- ' ing 'be crop, including every item ot expense connected therewith, the number of days' work given to th...

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 February 1886

VOL. XLII. YVINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 1886. NO. 27. Bonnie Stratheyre. Therv's meadows in Lanark and mountains ir Sky<\ And pasture* in Hielnndand Lnwlandsforbye: But there's nae fjreater luck that the hearl could desire Than to herd the fine cattle in bonnie Strath eyre. K O. it's up in the morn and awa' to the hill. When the lanir simmer days are sae warm and sae?*'l]. Till the poi:k o' Ben Voiriich is girdled wi' fire. And the e.-Din'fa's gently on bonnie Stratheyre. Then th^T?'* mirth in the sheiling and love in rmy Cs-c^st. When the sun is jrane doun and the kye are at For there's roony a prince wad be proud to aspire To mv winsome wee Maggie, the pride o' Strotheyre! Her lips are like rowans in ripe simmer seen. And mild as the starlis-ht the glint o' her een; Far sweeter her breath than the scent o'the briar. And her voice is sweet mu^ic in bonnie Stratheyre. Set Flora by Colin and Magjrie by me. And we'll dance to pipes swellin' loudly and free. Till the mo...

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 February 1886

riiE .SEWS AND UCULD. 1 i\ f\*\*siu>Rn. r; p ! WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY : : 1 J8RC. &XO. a. ftK F_VOLliS, ) y isr.i IOKS *K L. ilcDOSALT). i It is said that the Hon. W !!. Pern , our present representative i:i Congress and a member of the ?:.?mir.ittec on war claims j$ the Gisi Confederate eve^ placed on this oominitue. senator Hampton deltvcmi a eu- ; logy upon tke life and public services of the hite Vice President in the Senate on the 28th instant, that being lie day set for the delivery of ^ncli addresses. A writer in the Sorf/i American llerietc proves by figures from official sources thaf. there are in the United States to-day 250,000 more tenant farmers than in Great Britain and Ireland. llAir.roads almost innumerable are now being built on paper by a number i of our exchanges. When the-e roads j will be put in running orderand ready j for freight and passengers it is hard to tell. Tiie Mississippi Legislature has passed an amendment to the railroad ! supervision law. Under...

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