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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 5 May 1886

> ?????? LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY, MAY : : : : : 1X86. Terms ok The News and Herald.? Tri-\\v?*kly edition, four dollars per an nnm, in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars ^. per annum in advance; two dollars and rifty cents per annum, if not paid in advance. Kates for Advertising.?One dollar per inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, awl fifty cents per inch for each sub>fijucnt insertion. These rates apply to advertisements of every character, and are livable strictly in advance. Obituaries ..n?: tributes of respect are charged for as . dveiti.-cmcnts. Marriage notices, and Miiiiw announcements of deaths, are pubfree, and are solicited. Liberal tenns contract advertisements. * . >. M . t jKfin?-!l?H. Notice?I. X. Withers, Clerk. J icy ail* Your Gins?J. M. Eiiiott. . Notice to Trespassers?Geo. B. Mc^ Cants. r Citation? J. IJ. Boyles, Judge of Probate. Blue Castile Soap?McMaster, Brice & Ketcbin. US' i.ocal 1'rieJs. If ?Job work done in the neatest style at ...

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. — 5 May 1886

warw ^ NORTH GEORGIA OUTLAWS. 1 THE STORY OF A MAN WHOSE DEATH IS RECORDED OX A POPLAR TREE. A Narrative of Some Very Lively E\'i>e riences Anion?; the Moonshiners?The j Narrow Escape of a. Venturesome i'el- j low. {llE"lmrW in 'hs ,\V?r Yuri; Shir.) About the middle of last December Deputy United States Marshal Kellct was murdered by moonshiners in the mountains of North Georgia. An ' account of his killing, published in a j New York newspaper, said that onAtliot. woe flit ill thp Li"' mi!V Jar that guards the entrance to Sleepy Cove, the retreat of the outlaws, making live in all, each significant of the death at the hands of the illicit whiskey makers, of a revenue officer. Now, I was until recently a revenue officer, and I can without fear of con tra'iicticn say that no one is better acquainted with Sleepy Cove and thru big popla; than mhyself. I knew w 1 tlncc oi liie puor icllows whose epitaphs stand gaping there, silent but awful warnings, to all who would disturb the lawl...

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. — 12 May 1886

??? ???????? ????????? ,. Sgg-? & JJ.J L". *..'."."gggf? vol. Yl.TI. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1886. NO. 41. T \/ JLJ* -4. rn. A CENTURY OF BRIGHT WOMEN. FROM .MARTHA W \SHI\GTO.\ TO RO*E ELIZABETH (LEVEL VMS. An lntere?tin;: sketch of the Women Who Ha\e B**en Ml?tre???n of the White Houtw. (Fr-m :he Pbilade'p'iia Titre*) < i i l - T> ...M 4 The announcement mat tut- rrr?mnu will marry Miss Frances Folsom in June recalls the historic series of White House nuptials. Washington, it is well known, j married long l>efore he became President, or even general of the army. He j met the lovely Widow Custis at Wil' liamslmrg during his service as a member of the Virginia Legislature. Mrs. Washington presided over the Executive household at the seat of government, first in New York, tlien in this city, "with a good deal of formality. Their house : in this city was one rented from Robert Morris, on Market street, l>etween Fifth and Sixth. It was here the Friday levee...

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. — 12 May 1886

THE NEWS AND HER V LI). WINNSBORO* S. C. WEDNESDAY, MAY l2> : : : : : 1886. jyo. S? RFYSOLI)S. ) !- sditofcs. tT. L. 3?cBOXALD. ) The Senate has promptly confirmed the nominatior ot Mr. T. N. Youngblood, to be postmaster at Chester, S. C. The Floral Fair, which took place in Charleston last week, was, as usual, a grand success, and brought mauy visitors to the seaside city. Augusta Chronicle: If the next House is not controlled by the Democrats the cause will be found nearer Washington than the receptions to Jeffersou Davis in the South. The fish commission has ordered a fish car to bouth Carolina with 1,doo,? 000 shad for Broad and Saluda rivers. At this rate our streams will soon be etocked with excellent fish. It has been stated that Gen. John B. Gordon will enter the race for Governor of Georgia. Should he decide to do so the people of Georgia could find no better man for whom to cast their votes. The Sautherm Baptist Convention is now in session at Montgomery* Alabama. The 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. — 12 May 1886

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, : : : : ! 1S86. f-rnKC AL' TlTC VEWS AMD HERALD. 1 vr a Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars per annum in advance; two dollars and fifty cents per annum, if not paid in advance. I Rates for Advertising.?One dollar per inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each subsequent insertion. These rates apply to j advertisements of every character, ana are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries and tributes of "respect are charged for as j ./K-Mrtisi.-nients. Marriage notices, and j j-iuipU* announcements of deaths, are puD- j !i>hed free, and are solicited. Liberal terms i l??r contract advertisements. >e.v Advertlsemenu. La. S. L. In Trouble?D. A. Hendrix. Big Values?J. L. Mimnaugh & Co. j For Sale?McMaster, Brice & Ketchi n. Taken Up?B. F. Falay, Ilalsellville, j S. C. Agent's Sale?Jno. D. McCarley, Ao-ent. I I o For Comity Commissioner?Many I Friends. Sh...

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. — 12 May 1886

SWINDLING- "UNCLE SAM."' CANCELED STA-UPS CLEANED AND j I SEI> IN LARGE QUANTITIES. wuslling Willi antis-riiRiiiin ni^rmci | Uncanceled Parts of Several Stamps? j How They Are Used. ( From the Xexn York Star.) ! I "The most troublesome offenders against government laws are the experts who use canceled postage stamps," said a postoffice official the other day. "They have a system of washing out the cancellation marks that is so successful as to make detection almost Impossible. 111 tne oinces 01 iurgu cuius like New York and Chicago, where so many letters are handled daily, and where rapidity is the most desirable feature, it is impossible for the men who cancel stamps to examine each one carefully. Then, too, a great deal of the work is done by gaslight, and this is a point which tends to aid the conspirator against the government's income. "Any one who has seen a postoffice employe in the New York office grab a bnnnle of letters and cancel the stamps with lightning-like rapidity...

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 May 1886

mm -^SSSSH '^^lli %11 f I 11 ^ 111 fl ^llf ijf ^j f ^ j^ VOL. XLII. WINXSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1886. NO. 42. <#||j THOUGHTS FOR THE MONTH, j j POME fcEASOXABI.E ??"?UKSTIO\>i FROM HIGH Al TIIOH! S'V. k ? ! J What Work the (iund Farmers Khuiiii! Do in I ( iht' .M?nth ?!' May?An ititrrtslin; Article j ] From .in Intelligent Writer. (W T.. Jo- c< =r th- M iv "Caltsr ?-or."') | i Tin- earth is now warm enough for ; ? r grass and weeds to grow rapidly. They i: j en nnot be permitted to share with the i1 crops the plunt food in the soil; externa- j * nation of them is now the order of the j w Oav. How to accomplish this ecijnomi-; ( rally, rapidly and without injury to ! i xoung crops is one of the nicest problems Ike farmer is called upon to solve. In r i he recent progress of agriculture, the d f old-time method of running around j(! young j'lants with a narrow scooter, liav- J * ing a board nailed to foot and beam on i c one side to prevent throwing dirt on the 11: '...

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 May 1886

THE NEWS AND HERALD. !rcPr ? j ble 1 WIXXSBORO, S. C. j sucl "WKOXISDAY, 34Ai Z I lOOO* | ^ j Yor .ISO. *. UFYXOLDS. ) i , V EDIT0K8. i ma" W. L. McZOyALD. } l0 g. The United States Supreme Court Pa" has adjourned tor a vacation until the j *"diu first Monday in October. j lu"' The totnl number of patents on j hop electricity for the year 1885 was 1,358, ! h?,r or about six per cent, of the total nam- j ?f s' ber of inventioMS. Ia *?' m m j alot Secretary Manning continues to ! emj imnmve. and his closest friends say j Xat that he has no thought of tendering j st;it his resignation to the President. j Imj Geu. John B. Gordon* has published 5aj a statement announcing that he will be a candidate before the Georgia Convention for Governor of the State. [je The campaign is opening in dead earn- terr est and a lively time is anticipated this neSi summer. C;tll A petition three hundred and scv- . 'e entv-one vards long, and signed bv .. . 0 . " tlo? thirtv thousand women ot Lister, na<...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 19 May 1886

V " LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. I Oemx jseen in WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, : : : : IS SC. } (;0UncJI Terms of The News and Herald.? j an amei Tri-weekly edition, lour aonarsper annum, resrara t< in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars! , per an.iurn in advance; two dollars and ! an(* otne tifty cents per annum, if not paid in ad- j same up ranee. cti_ofe Rates for Advertising.?One dollar { slieeis* per inch (solid minion) for the first inser- j be fonnd tion, and fifty cents per inch for each sub- ?:*:_pns e sequent insertion. These rates apply to;U["?enbv advertisements of every character, and are j accordin payable strictly in acfvance. Obituaries J and tributes of respect are charged for as j Fairkj advertisements. Marriage notices, and j >Sinple announcements of deaths, are pub- j ec* to not iislied free, and are solicited. Liberal terms last we lor contract advertisements. i - .Messrs. :-v ? lilvmiiiemen:>. j Brice aC( Land Sale?W. W. Crosby, W. L- j at the j ~ " I ; ItoatlV. i rTown ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 19 May 1886

IKE AUTOCRAT OF LABOR. ] T - | Impressions JIASTKRWOIIKMAN I'OWDERI.Y'S AD- j Kv:?nseli>ts, TO THE KNIGHTS. j (/ f. J I (iimpcd nftiucmlinc in the Or<ier?A I'lnn I l?>i? .niiihI.-iv for the Future Government of the <o>n "<< Knight- to be S>i!>untU-<i to the Genera! Q,en.^' \va< Assembly. , J l.imt>s. On The Chicago TkiVtj Stv:s publishes strange dev; the following secret circular, which, theatrical s it savs, has been received bv the ^as decoiat oarasols ot i Knights of Labor of Chicago, and will persons of bo read in the various assemblies being slight, during the coining week. The circular comibrtabh is from Grand Master Workman Pow- i P!.c"vented a , , , . . TJ trived to si deny, and is a very Jong one. It com- {^ma]i was , plains of the hundreds of useless letters when lie w (four hundred a day) and committees dressed in with which he is bored by the order, cloth, with and states that he must have time to the neck an mature plans for the benef...

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 May 1886

VOL. XJL1I. WIXNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1886. NO. 43. ?r>? ' " mil iiJit i 4 m ??mma THE :-(>lTKEK.V .VEOKO. | dense JTUlglt .\ot!ceab!f Lo< k <>f Proofs* in r!ir Black Men or res U hrrr I n;-iiei:::il,oiv<l !?y li'.e White*. Months late: 1 lie American negro is an anomalv, danger tlien says a John's Island, South Carolina, a '^^Eger, o lp< correspondent of the Chicago Times. ^ea^> so d I ri housands of volumes have bet-n written ^()-S* the j about him and many ten thousands known a ma of editorials and magazine articles, and one ni?ht's ( the more we stndy liim the more we | dents on the - 1 i.;? | near the swa rdOll t KHOW auuui suaic ux mo . ....... .ties. And low, after seeing the free ot" ^Ide negro in the North, the slave negro in til^e a grain the South, and the freeman and?freed- from % t< uian both North and South, and after caused hy th coining to some conclusions in regard to Cuun^y fevc them, I lind on this coast and these ^ever>"&l...

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 May 1886

THIS NEWS AND HERALD. j interpretation of ?: naturally holds th V INNSBORO, S. C. j ernor Martin, b\ renomination wi WEDNESDAY-. MAY 26, : : : : 1S86. J r liJC ilC^Ul'iivuii XX jxo. s. Bj^ynolifs. ) only on July 7." > Ki>ITOhS. 1 W. i. XcZOXAZD. j The first Nat "t:iere are now published in the American Vine G United States 14,160 newspapers, ?" t,K I8t . j. i . . . c r.c~ j tives from a jm periodicals, etc., a gam of G6G during ? , , " Stales were pre the past vear. ... 1 ^ vital importance t The total wealth of the United of our country States Senators is placed at$ 162,000,0OU. comminee was A goed round sum to be divided ue- rialize Congress : tween so few men. bill for the protcc. ,V , ,7, grape-growers an It is stated that the well-known . . . ^ i tt i i chemical compeui free-trader, tne tion. r ran* x1u1u uao i ~ . ? ' ^ / . now manufacture been offered $2o,000 per anuuin to act t . X- * r , .1 M out the land. Gr as counsel lor Mr. Mackav, the mil- . . , ... " cuine quite...

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 May 1886

sss : r LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ' Death?VO I - who were in tow WEDIiTESDAY, MAY 26, : : : : 1S86. deatb Of Mrs. Oo Tef msof The News and Herald.? I ^je southern se( Tri-w(?kly edition, four dollars per annum, which occurred c in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars f . , per annum in advance; two dollars and Irom a violent atf fifty cents per annum, if not paid in ad- remains were intc Kates for Advertising.?One dollar ou Friday. per inch (solid minion) for the first inser- married about lion, :tnd fifty cents per inch for each sub- affljcted husband sequent insertion. These rates apply to nusoanu advertisements of every character, and are a host of friends payable strictly in advance. Obituaries n ?rr.ami tributes of respect are charged for as L'RO'VVNED. \V *" I fjfjg wprr> I advertisements. Juaaja^ *. ! ? . simple announcements of deaths, are pub- T>r,?i-? \rA lished free, and are solicited. Liberal terms ! 11 om - ">10 lor contract advertisements. (man had been cl r | FaUs ...

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 May 1886

W WBB W^W BIRTH OF THE CONFEDERACY, j"? A GLANCE BACK TO THE DAYS OF P1 iTVl' VVAt?? 1^11 I !' ' i >1 X>_^ A l-ll ? I> 1 ?V >/ . . | e> Scenes at the Inauguration of President ! ?J^?Terson Daris?Tlie First ConCciIerate J Money, the First Flaj;, the Firs>t Sf?i<liers and the First Cruiser. i ec ()!/?/<. Letter to the _Yetc York World.) : s> "2io, sir, I was not with Mr. Davis T at Montgomery this week to hear him ; hi pronounce what you are p'cased to-cnll : ~ th~ funeral oration of the Confederacy. j j'j I was tfcerc witn mm twemy-uvu years j u ago and heard hiir. m?ke a speech j r.i much more cheerful. It was Lis inau- j gural as President?the baptismal scr-1 ^ vice you might call it?of thc Con fed- j j!( eraey. I was one of thc marshal's1 aids on that occasion, and represented j South Carolina." j Thc speaker, chatting with a group I tj of his friends ::i the parlor of the ! ^National Hotel, was Col. Henry D. ^ Capers, of Georgia. lie has beer, here j fo...

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 June 1886

VOL. XI>11. WINNSBORO S. C.s WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1886. NO. li. ? 1 ? IIMN?a3=3MWWWMWMnaaHMM THE FARMERS' CONVENTION. MR. H. R. TILLMAV8 VERY MODEST DISCLAIMER. The Objections to the Action of the Convention Considered?-The StraKx'Ins Delegate*-? Farinrr*' College ami its ("oxt?Constitutional ('ciitraiiori. T" the Editor of Tlu Sars and Courier: Pressure "f farm work since the adjournment of the -'Farmers' Convention" lias left me no time to reply to the fusilade of criticism called forth by its action. And, first, left me correct some misttoT-/-?o or?/1 rATir Po_ porter. The effort to belittle the Convention and elevate me on the pedestal of the demagogue by saving, "It was Capt. Tillman's Convention all the way through," etc., will not hurt our cause in the least, because it is not true. It was a representative body of earnest, intelligent men taking counsel for the good of the State, and what little control I exercised over its actions arose from the fearless manner in which I h...

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 June 1886

THE NEWS AND HERALD. W'lXNSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, JXNE 2, : : : : 1SS6. SO. 5. BFYXOLDS. ) Editors. W L. McDOXALD. ) The State Democratic Executive Committee meets next Tuesday, to take steps for the reorganization of the party for the approaching campaign. It is said that Roscoe Conkling received $30,000 for his services as counsel iti the Broadway railway scandal. Xo wonder he does not wish to go back to the Senate. It is stated thac Kepresentative Scott, of Pennsylvania, will be made chairman of the Congressional campaign committee, to serve in place of Senator Gormau, who refused re-elec' tion. Major W. H. Brawley is said to be a caudidate for Congress in the Charleston district, against Mr. Dibble. 4f that is to be the fight?Hurrah for Dibble!? Greenville News. Three cheers for Brawley ! The prisoners who are charged with the murder of Chris. Lee, who was killed in the Columbia church war, have been admitted to bail in the sum of $1,200, to be secured by two or more good sureti...

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 June 1886

/ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. I WEDNESDAY, JUSE 2, : : : : 1SSG Tekmsok Tue News and Herald.? Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annum in advance. Weekly edition, two dollar; per annum in advance; two doilars am: lifty cent $ per annum, if not paid in ad ryance. Kates for Advertising.?One dollai * per inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each subsequent insertion. These rates apply tc advertisements of every character, and art payable strictly in advance. Obituaries ^nil tributes of respect arc charged for sis advertisements. Marriage notices, ami simple announcements of deaths, are published free, and are solicited. Liberal terms ? lor contract advertisements. >OA Advertisement*. Fair Warning?'T. W. Woodward. L Proclamation?Ilugh S. Thompson. ? Notice?J. L. Richmond, Chm. Bd. a. Co. Com. v Notice for Final Discharge?H. S. Desportes, D. (Jr. Robertson, Exrs. L. oca*. Briers. ?The colored Methodist Sundavr school had a pleasant picnic in Smart's wood...

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 June 1886

All Overworked TVorc!. ?Ve wake up and make up, j c We rake up and shake up, And use t!ie word "up" when we can; i We drink up and think up, We kink up und shrink up, { o And dc uv> a shirt iike a man. ! f C We slack up and back up, ! r We stack up and whack up, ; i! And hold up a man or an ace; j s We beer up and cheer up, c We ?tcer up and clear up, And work ourselves up on a cu.se. s 1 W<> walk up and talk up. j t We stalk up and ibalk up, ! j And everywhere "up'' ?s to be heard: < We wet up and set up, j < But hanged if we let up ! i On "up", the much overworked word. | , THE ORPHEUS OF THE WOODS. 1 Tlie Southern .Hocking; liird?His Haunts, < Sons: an<l Wanton .Destruction. j (Front (ff, Macon (Go.) Telegraph.) !! Up to emancipation times, or rather j the close of the war, mocking birds | ' were plentiful everywhere in Georgia. | 1 During the years that followed freedom j armed a race to whom guns had been ! forbidden. The negro became an j ' enthusiastic hu...

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 June 1886

??t*3a??^?"??? * ???""" ?! ? ? ju iii ! i ni ? !! ummim.u ?m??m?ag?i^- ??owe *ajv. ? ir rmrar?g: . ? j i-ngooCTCBBP l-.it j?. ? mbbbb??????? i ? * .? khuiu i *umnca mmiii?j.mni -i-muf ~VoZ'xUL VINNSBOBO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, J UN E 9. 1886. NO. 45. - - ?? I ? - > I, ?... r. ??-?- ?? ?n m>c? * 1TK j jiuixmomffj b??g? wbwob??sm?? ????? aMMBMMnBnMBHBaoBBiaaBStoM r "AND THEY" WERE MAlil'JKD." THE HAPPV EV2>I.\<; OF THE PRE*IUE.\T8 ROMANCE. 1 The Weddinj; Oreinonirw Performed Lat>l Hp- Wednesday Evening?How the Bride Looked, and What She Wore?The Arrival iu WantiiiSton?ISeeaf * a?d Incidents. (Spesia" Difpatch to the KVws atid Courier.) Washington, June 2.?Miss FoLsom arrived hero this morning at 5.30 o'clock A accompanied by her mother and cousins, Benjamin Fokozn and Mrs. Eodgers. W When the train rolled into the Baltimore and Potomac station Miss Cleveland was waiting to receive the bride-elect and her companions. Almost immediately the private car of President Roberts was...

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. — 9 June 1886

HIE NEWS AN1) HEIULP. WLN'XSBOIiO, S. C. wed.\e>dat, jo'je 0, : : : : : 1ssc. iyO. S. RFTSOLDS. ) > kosroxs. W. L. JfcLOSALD. j Puesidext Cleveland .=oo!i after his marriage, received a cablegram of congratulation from Queen Victoria. Miss Cleveland will return to Xew York after the festivities succeeding" her brother's marriage, for the purpose of continuing1 her literary labors. Bex Butler has been retained to defend some of the Anarchists of Chicago who have been indicted for mur der and conspiring to murder. The President's mansion has undergone a thorough cleansing and repainting in preparation for his marriage, which took place on Wednesday evening. Gen*. Sherman, it is said, has finally succeeded in disposing of his residence in St. Louis, and will about the 1st July take up his permanent residence in New York. A leading exchange says that J. G. Blaine is an active worker of the Knights of Labor. lie probably has a Presidential bee in his hat, ami wishes the friendship ...

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