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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 10 March 1886

"IGOALINTFLLIGOCE. ; k yTEPXESSAY; ?<IABCXX 3, . ; . 13S3, ^ Terms of The News akd IIeralo.? Tri-weekly edition, four dollars^tr an n a in. ili advance. Weekly edition, iwo uo.iiua per annum in advance; two dollars and fifty cents per annum, if not paid in ad vauce. Kates 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, ahd arc payable strictly in advance. Obituaries and tributes of respect are charged for as nfWrfcisenients. Marriage notices, and j .simple announcements oHieaths, are published fret*, and an; solicited. Liberal terms | for contract advertisements. i Advfrri'emcntk. Sheriff's Sa!e-Juo. D. McCarleyfj S. F. U. ' Summons?Gaillard & Reynolds, i Plaintiff's Attorneys. X>?lice? J. L. Richmond, Chairman, j Notice of Dissolution?J. den-i dining, M. L. Clendining. Local Briefs. ?Now is the time to do your gar-1 f ilening. -<-...

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 March 1886

- - -M-m ir-::j|,,u?i..vj:. arse f PRESIDES! A.ND SENATE. $H? ISSUE BETWEEN T?K TWO IS XOVVSQUAUELY JOI v Mr. Cleveland- Presents, in a Clear ami Forcible Manner, his View of th<- Power of Appointment and Removal. The President's message v> ihe Senate iu regard to its demands for papers was received when the Senate in secret session. When it w:i< laid be fore the body Senator proposed that it be read with chwu door>. Senators Henna and Van Wyck protested against this proceeding and rie?U?t ) 1 uiduui'u tuai uju u??vi? After :i brief debate Senator Harris withdrew his proposition, and when the doors were opened, tho mossago was read. The following i- its full text: To the Senate of the United States: Ever since the beginning of the present session of the Senate t lie different heads of departments attached to the execntive branch of tin; government have been plied with various requests and demands from the commirfonc of thf? fVinn members of such committees, ami at las: l...

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 March 1886

i' ' ' . ' - M VOL. XLII. WINNSBORO, 3..C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17,1886. NO. 33. J Oh. n Vittjics: i- " ' . ;<ino. That jrrnv.'s t.*i: Nor a IV-:; r ao;-- i: ;h;: cr the s:<,ri:!. As it Iik?* :i iiir.L' :.) i: - pri'lc. T?"- ??< Ml! mr. i:::r A:nJ *::? *u::-5 :'n I.:-:'j:ehes may nvc: li'.ir it m?:::?;> ! : i-< k ?'!*' a :ir buy, (>ra liviti Vwjt.'ii i:eVr be:: s!a\*e. Oh. a so Towfiii t! ( < > !he ever-infc:1. pine That jr.-ous i:: th-* sweet s:ni!i!i:r vale. ]t inuriiiiirs forever:: low. phijrjMvt? son;; That n-sci::!.a J'?v< r"> wail. It stretches iss >tr.:n;r. sh:<?lv branches abroad Ami it si<rhs to the llmvi's below. Arid if t> lis o!" - s.:rrvw e..rr<vliti;r its heart To the bree;:- :;vrr.:,y Mow. Oh. a hort'.it i t:! i? the ever-jrreen A oat f?n?w< < i iiv r: i s It shelters the v.-ov?.il?iH. triv'-s shade To the (leer. And makes eheerfn! <nir fcouso, far and Willc. I Then honorcsl an! I?vc.l be the ever-green pine Th:?t fea...

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 March 1886

'iHnrVJI-MT'fPttKML 'THE NEWS AND ilKlUi.D. A'lXXSBORO, S. U. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, : : : 188C. 'SO. S. RFTSObIt?. ) V Edit. , s. W L> XcbOSALD. ) As a resttlt ot the recent telephone decision in Indiana, limiting the rental of telephones to $S per i-jonth. It Is stated that all of the companies will Withdraw from the State at the expiration ot existing contract. Senator Butler was one of the Senate committee to accompany the t^maing of the late Senator Miller to hi8homein California, and ivith one exception was the only member who accompanied the remains. It is stated that Gen. W. II. F. Lee, son of Gen. Kobt. E. Lee, will likely sncrr>p/l Hnn. John S. Barbour in Con . gress. lie has never been in politic?, but is said to possess all the requisite to make a useful and honorable member of the House. Mk. Willis, the advocate of the Blair educational bill in the House, is not well pleased with his virtual defeat in the committee-room, and proposes to block legislation unless 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. — 17 March 1886

>> irmmm i ?? ? . >M??ia?? i nr ?we ^ " LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. jPjj^ WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, : : : 1S8G. Tehmsof The Xkws and IIehai.d.? Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per aunuin, !( in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars per annum in advance; two dollars ami iiity cents per a/invm, if not paid in advance. ICates fop. Advertising.?One dollar per inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each subsequent insertion. These rates apply to :idvei tisemcnts of even* character, and are - i-nyabk; strictly in advance, uoituiuu-s tributes of'rcspect are charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and announcements of deaths, are pub* iished free, and are solicited. Liberal terms 1 :?r contract advertisements. .%e \ivi,rfixcriM'nr>. Spring Shoes?McMaster, Drice & Ketchiu. Louisiana State Lotterv. 'a? Law Card?Joseph K. Alston. To ihe Public?F. Boklt. Municipal Election?I. X. Wither?, Clerk. Sheriff's Salc-Jno. i'. ->j.cv/uriu>, S. F. C ^ ...

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. — 17 March 1886

w POLIIICS AND POLICIES. A TALK tVITH COL. A. K. McCLCRE ' OX IMPORTANT TOPICS. The Editor of the Philadelphia "Times" * Submits to an Interview aml":I>lscus8es Some of the Live Issues of the l3ay. Col. A. K. McClure, the distinguishU editor of the Philadelphia Times, fpcently passed through Charleston, and was interviewed by a reporter of {he 2fews and Courier. Jn reply to requests for an expression of his views ppon different matters now greatly mgaging the public attention, Col. jloCluie said: CIVIL SERVICE REFORM. "In the first place, we have more professional politicians in the North than you have here. We have a great deal of dissatisfaction as to the civil service reform policy of the President bat it is among the politicians who are so by trade and who expect Mr. Cleveland to do jnst what he h&s promised not to do. But there is no doubt that the overwhelming sentiment of the Democrats of the North is in favor of Mr. Cleveland's policy; and mac sentiment is giuwiug miu...

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 March 1886

VOL XLII. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24 1886. NO. 34. ^ Mollyhoelcs. A J!a::ntiT;jr. jrroceloss flower. you say? a_ ?" :!. i" in iy so: Ami i' ?: < ::> out yesterday. - That inf>rn::!i* Jons?So. I almost - ;h'- coit:'sf' yet. TV.^ .. .. ?.itw] Mrot. A light-v... w-.-: i>rceze sailed gently by; The !ark*s eh :m:f afar. Thro' the blu " -yaci's of tic sky, ' Slid like a fat.j'V.r star. X never saw h< r look so i.iir: Ah, if I told i-or. would she care. ( Within a hollyhock, A po!le;j-laden bee, i). cp pluissinir, m:ule the blossom rock. Sfc;- tlashed i. smilo at mo. *?? And with a motion swift and liarht gm She caught the silken r?.-t:.is tight. ||| Loud humu^d the l?ce with angry wing? Tho sweets von sousht.poor foolish thing'," ? S!h- s:iid. **rre ::!! niissp"iir I" My heart ?! up to h?:ir her speak; A sudden couivjre dyed my cheek. jala < "Darl?n;r!'* I ciod, let bini fly, v' W?i. And take me in his piace? Fast prisoned i.i your heart could I gg&P Ask a...

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. — 24 March 1886

ftw?Ma??sgii? maeaiSM? THE SEWS AND HEHMJ). WIXNSBORO, S. ; i Wednesday, habch Z4, i . 1 issc. JXO. S. UPYSOJ re#. ) ). 2Dst-HS. J W. L. XkDQSALD. I "Old Sorkel," the well known war steed of Stonewall Jackson, is (le:ul. His skin will be stuffi-d and preserved. The Hoji. \V. H. Perry will please accept our thanks for interesting spcccuufe UII UH; pl.'lJSiUH ?]>[? uwi louun bill. The East Tennessee, Virginia mid Georgia Railroad will be sold under an order of Court not later than the 25th of May. No bid will be taken for less than $10,000,000. Esau Bbowx, who was arrested i some time ago on suspicion of having > assaulted Xancv River?, has been identified by her, and will stand his j trial at the nest term of the Court for j Charleston county. Thb election in York coanty las: week, to decide whether the coaniv should subscribe to the new railroad which is proposed to be built through the county or not, was carried in favor of a subscription by a large majority. The steamer Oreg...

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 March 1886

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. &Bfc. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, : : 1S8 > |mr Terms of Tiie News asd Herald.? Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, tyro dollars per annum in advance; two dollars and tiftycenper annum, if not paid in advance. !-,t? vrm Advertising.?One dollar i'? r inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, ciiiu. fifty cents per inch for each sub>e<iiient insertion. These rates apply to r.-lvertisements of even* character, and are livable strictly in advance. Obituaries ; nil ti:l>utes of"res]>ect are charged for as j .u'lVeriiM-iiients. .Marriage notices, and muijiU' announcements of deaths, are pubfree, ami are solicited. Liberal terms i-1 contract advertisements. . t> ' AfiverUseraenrt. The Norman Percheron Stallion "Major"?IL R. Adams, Winnsboro, -S. c. Sale Under Mortgage?Chas. E. Thomas, Administrator. ^ Citation?I. I*. Boyles, Judge of Probate. Grand Arrival of New Goods?D. A. Ilendrix. / Application for Charter?J. E. ...

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. — 24 March 1886

CLEVELAND AXD RELIGION. Gratifl?vi bv the Prayer* of the Pious, Bat Hating Everything Like Hypocrisy. ( Washington fatter to Pittiflnirg Lender.) : 'i Tr*?T?v- ?*>r of the Deo- i pie throughout the country seem to bp bent oti evangelizing President CievcUud," observed one ot the Chief Expcaiive's raosi iutimute friends to-day. i "Mr. Cleveland wa* telling" me the other <1hv that he ?oinetitueft though: there wmsau impression in the mind* of too many good folks that he present id a rare opportunity lor the mi? j sionarics. 1 asked him why he thought j so and he laughingly replied: 'Oh,; if the advice given me wa.s cor.cenA Um if nrnnlrl ! 11 aicu VH Zlilivaj ti ff wU.<? V> . ( Christianize that whole wild ami i wicked and dark country.' I had to ; laugh, for there was so much serioas- j ness and yet dry bumor in it all. j Cleveland realizes, as he is reminded so often and so forcibly, that in a cer-; tain way he sets an example to the world, bat it worries him a little, I...

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. — 31 March 1886

fj I , __ VOL. XLII. WIXNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1886. NO. 35. ^???MM?^^1^???^ In Advance. Now Winter is fighting his battles Wjth many an icicle lunce, But X'm writing a ."gentle spring" poem With the editors wish "in advance." It is full, as is usual. of "'.-inlets." It alludes to the "robin's first peep," Though a blizzard's a daily occurrence ^ And the snow-drifts arc seven feet deep. But the editors?singula creatures. To *honi I am boun<l hnnd and foot? - Gra*p at Father Time's typical forelock. Till It's nearly pulled out by the root. For V!cy get 'way ahead of the season, In a manner nu>st wily and arcli: _ So that wftlle you are reading December They finish the number for March. And he w5*> would hope for acceptance Must stride uj? 1>'-Jim< s with his tune, - And' sinpr Jlarvest Hoibj <n Mid-Winter i And 3'in{r!ehissleiifh-l>tr!!s in June. Si So ."when my sprin? pa . ?? .j finished. No rest does my wear;- pen fret: I must write a review oi a n...

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. — 31 March 1886

TRE NEWS AND HEBALD, wrrv-VTcurvDrv c f i wh>2ces2>ay, xakch 31, : : : 1886. '-vo. s. rytsolds. ) y Eoitoks. *T X. Xc&OXALD. ) It i* intitnated that General Hagood wants to be Governor ajrain?tn^t in some of bis friends are trying to gel his consent that they may use his name. When the Farmers' Convention shall have been organized, the body should be relieved of every man who will not pledge himself not to run for any office in 1886. Would that be too violent and exhaustive a purge? Me. Manning, Secretary of tho Treasury, is seriously ill in Washington. His physicians fear a stroke of appoplexy, and hare advised him to . take a rest, as they believe his sickness j is the result of overwork. j Mr. W. R. Roberts, the former J president of the defunct bank of Au* I justa,has been released on bail. He was surrendered by his bondsmen to the courts of New York on Tuesday, but found other bondsmen and was released. Messrs. Moody and Sankey have arrived in Charleston and opened th...

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. — 31 March 1886

r LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, : : : 1S86. Terms of- The News akd Herald.? Tri-weekly edition, four dollars^ r annum, in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars per annum in advance; two dollars and nfty cents per annum, !I not paid in advance. Rates ?or 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, ana are payable strictly in aa vance. Obituaries a nil tributes of respect are charged for as t.u*arti.u>Tn<>nts_ Marriace notices, and simple announcements of deaths, are published free, and are solicited. Liberal terms tor contract advertisements. > ? Advert!nemenr?. Notice to Farmers?James Pagan. Butterfly ofFashion?M. L. Kinard, Calumjia, S. C. Summons? Gaillard & Reynolds, ^ Plaintifi's Attorneys. Look?Q. D. Williford & Co. n ?4 ^ A r?<j n XO XVCIU?XV. uui/uauuu> j Blistered Dots?L. Samuels. Farmers' Club?J. F. ...

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. — 31 March 1886

y i I ig.iT^!lf^l!r^^^^^. <r . . . -, A RAID ON THE SOUTH. *H5 REPUBLICAN PBOGBAaDLE FOB ; THE FALL CAMPAIGN. Sajxenting the Attack on the President? The Straggle for Oregon?Soft "Words for ; the South. I i {Correspondenceof the News and Qcnirier.) j Washiegton*, March 2S.?One visi-! ble effect of the warfare inaugurated ; upon the Administration by the He-; publican Senate has been to bring the | President and Democratic Congress- j in en into better relations than existed j at the opening of Congress. Senator j Plumb, of Kansas, who opposed the j Edmunds movement from its inception i and who has not endeavored to eon- j ceal his opposition, remarked shat it j was foolish policy from a political j riew. He said a month or more ago: j "By assailing the President we (the j Republicans) will inevitably drive the j Democrats to his support. They canDot do anything else." Senator Plumb's political perception has been verified by the result. It was patent to the Democrats at the outse...

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. — 28 April 1886

F r V^ VOL. XLII. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1886. NO. 39. 4 ? After the Fall of Troy. Troj- ha* fallen; and never ~iil be vV?.r 'fihc thr> war that was vajred for mo. Could I but bar- these ton vertrs back again, ^ With the love an'i the plorv. the pleasure lifce nam. The clash of arms and thA din of thefiffht. The ferslin; aji-1 mnsic. the color and lizht! Yet, m!sod with it all, there sounder! to me Ever a moan from the far off ?ea. There still remain* this for all time to be: The Trnr of the Tvorld "xr.s fousrht for me. vine lucm nn pur wfio <3ic<i Tor me inerc; H<'n c?n nevermore die for ft face so fair. An<! what Ooes it matter that now they lie, Suict and silent, beuenih the bky? emeniber that none evermore can be " Back for those years In Troy with m?. WL ?Florence Peacock, in Academy. Under the Snow. June. ith !?r iojxvv went Ion? a^ro; To-night the w.rth's lying (Jeep under th? ' ** ox>e's richest treasures, like roses of yore, .re fw\ttero<...

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. — 28 April 1886

THE NKWfc AiND HERALD. , WINNSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, AI'KIJL SS, : : : : : 1S8G. ISO. A. BFYVOLItS. ) > tuiro W. L. yicnOSALD. ) The New York strikers still hold on, but with one exception there has been no violence on then* part. The Senate on Thursday confirmed the nomination of Col. D. F. Bradley as internal revenue collector for the district of South Carolina. It is said that the Hon. lioscoe Conkling prefers to content himself with a law practice of $60,000 in New York city to taking a chance in the political lottery. Comptroller Tkexholm has given the $100,000 bond required under the law and lias entered upon the dis - - - - , . 11 ?> charge of his duties as comptroller ui the currency. It is estimated that the funeral of the late Senator Miller will cost the National Government not less than fifteen thousand dollars. This is the way the people's money goes. Ax organization having as its object the encouragement of marriage among its members has been formed in New York r...

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. — 28 April 1886

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE?" Wednesday, april 2s, : : : : : issg. Terms ok The News and Herald.? Tri-weeklv edition, four dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars per annum in advance; two dollars and tifty cents jar annum, if not paid in advance. A Kates fok advertising.?\juv uvi?i per inch (solid minion) for the lirst insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each sub>?*<>uent insertion. These rates applv to advertisements of even' character, anu are I payable strictly in advance. Obituaries iiul tributes of respect arc charged for as j i'dveitiseinents. Marriage notices, and j > announcements of deaths, are pubiisbed free, and are solicited. Liberal terms j fnr contract advertisements. ? .VtivrrtiM*im-rtT*. Insect Power?W. E. Aiken. Summons?Itagsdale & Iiagsdale, Plaintiff's Attorneys. Magnolia Hams?McCarlcy & Co. i The Proposed Change?J. M. Beaty j & Bro. Keep Cool?D. A. Hendrix. i oral lirlefs. ?Don't forget to attend the railroad Ifa?/^ov r?r?vf...

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. — 28 April 1886

COTTON NO LONGER KING. i STATE OF MISSISSIPPI. An Interesting lie view by Gen. .Stephen D. Lee of the Progress Made in iireakinjj Up the All-Cotton Idea?Promise for the Near Future. (Ifanhington Lrtter to the Xnc York Star.) Gen. Stephen D. Lee, president of j the Agricultural and Mechanical Col-, lege of Mississippi, has been in j the city a few days. Your corres- j pondent, knowing that Mississippi has , taken the lead among the Southern [ States in an organized movement of j redemption from the cotton specialty? f the fetich of the one crop idea?and ! that Gen. Lee, as the head ot the | - * 1 ' - *1. ? trrtnM 1 macmnerv ui mai uiyttnnm, u>? be eminently qualified to speak of its achievements and its prospects, called 0:1 him at, the Ebbitt JLIou>e. Gen. Lee was enthusiastic over the outlook for his adopted State, and readily responded to all interrogatories. The following is a verbatim report of bis remarks: "A revolution is going on in Mississippi in diversifying her indus...

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. — 5 May 1886

VOL. XLII. WIXXSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 1886. NO. 49. THE FAUMEK3 IX COUNCIL i'kockkiiivo OF TIIK ST.VTK CO.WKXi\ roi.i>iki \. A Lar?<* Body of (?<><><] Makf-l |>?!N?*arIv All I." !? ffii ? Th*? in Detail. Pursuant to the call heretofore published, tli-' State Convention of Fanners met in Agricultural Hall, Columbia, on the 29th nit. Promptly at 12 o'clock the Convention was called to order l>y Capt. B. li. Tillman, of Edgefield, who pro eeeutu zo weaver an utuiressm suusuiuce :is follows: If I were much in love witli myself, this manifestation of approval you have just given me might turn my head and make me egotistical. I hope to prove before I conclude what I have to say that, while I am a nam who entertains j>ositive opinions and am not afraid to express them unequivocally when occasion demands, yet still I know who I am and what 1 am. I have been asked to call this convention to order, and state my ? j.1 i... iu uu"dLri?ji'i;i7* LU ut; ^iuiic-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. — 5 May 1886

I - THE NEWS AKD HEKALD. | vVINXSBOftO, s. c. Wednesday, may 5, : : : : : iss6.' l :si>. S. tiFYSOT.DS. ) v Editoks. W. L. XcUOSALD. ) The painting? in Mr. Gould's pri- j vate yacht are said to have cost over i $100,000. A regular fortune in paint- j ings alone in one boat. ian ?"3." The levees of the Mississippi are' breaking in some places. The conn- | try, which will be overflowed, is one ; of the most productive in the Missis- j sippi Valley. Farmers on the low- j land fear that immense damage will | be done to crops and stock if the break j continues. Among the many things which was recommended by the Fanners' Convention for consideration bv tiie Leg islature was tnat 01 caning a constitual convention for ihe purpose ot having a general overhauling of that instrument. L Ax enthusiastic meeting was recentw lv held in "Washington for ihe purpose p of discussing and sympathizing with the borne rule bill introduced by Mr. Gladstone. A number of Senators and members of Congress w...

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