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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 9 June 1886

\ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. "WEDNESDAY, JXN'E <), : : : : : 18SG. Terms ok The News and Herald.? Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars per annum in advance: two dollars and i fifty cents per annum, if not paid in advance. Kates for Advertising.?One dollar * per inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each su!>i sequent insertion. These rates apply to advertisements of even' character, and are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries ;.in"i tributes of respect are charged for as i M-n-fiorru nntiwn ;iml ? simple announcements of deaths, are pub!Wn-d free, and are solicited. Liberal terms l??r contract advertisements. N??v ,i<5vert:?;fiiieiiT!?. Milch Cows?A. Williford & Co. * Proposals?J. II. Cummings, Chairman. f School Tax Notice?J. C. Caldwell, ' Clerk. For County Commissioner?Many Friends. The Memorial Association?Mrs. H. A. Gaillard, President. W J.ochi Brlet*. ' ?Court meets on the 14th instan...

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 June 1886

A >TOKTl> coys 'M*>T. nts, Acti-Iesits ants I'uu to lie Koant't In au Oi;i- Ku^hiouvu Wayi "Come," =ai<i the Msjcr,flipping1 the ; ashes from bis cirjar, "let's go coon-1 hunting to-night/' "Why, certainly; when do you start?" "I will come for you at d p. m.,'* he! answered. "It is ten miles to the j plantation?our starting point for the J hnnt. I'll ride Sclim and bring mv | ? - # ! .1 :V ! DIUCK mare ior yuu. out is ;i , u : she is a. little frisky. Good day." At 4.30 p. m. we mounted our > horses and rode out toward the setting { ?un. It was a beautiful afternoon, > with just a suspicion of fall in the j cool, sweet breeze. On either side | were tangled masses of wild and shaggy undergrowth, the flotsam and jetsam of the redundant life of nature. Giant oaks and stately pines stood guard over these and lofty bamboo bines climbed to the top for a more extensive view. Sometimes the road ahead of us would seem to come to an abrupt conclusion, the overarching trees 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. — 16 June 1886

VOL. XMI. WIXXSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUXE 16, 1886. XO. 46. ix'kum; "ix old timks. W !.\tkkk?TI.\<; \cc(?l.\t OK the cook it \\ \s. liiciilruN ul the Kit-Id uf Hoiit>r in Anl<* Britain Uayv'Onr uf I'adily O'Cork'n Br?J ^Uh'lirsTlit l.'areer of Mo<'lusis?Hi* sUill Willi a Pi*toI--OUirr liit?T?*>.ti!i^ Inridrntx. (r'rora :h" At; m i <\>? ?iut n.) Hov.ever l?url>arous may Ik.: the custom of dueling, sis such, it is still a fact of historical value that no dueling community ever yet failed to send out good sol diers in time of war. I have been told by old residents of Mississippi that the career of McClung at first stimulated apj>eals to the lex talionis, but that towards the last it acted as a deterrent example. The duel ceased to be a duel in the ordinary acceptation of the word and became a butchery. McClung, of course, ran little or no risk, and it filled the public generally with a sickening contempt to realize that the leading men of Mississippi lived ...

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 June 1886

me news and herald. WlXXSllOIiO, S. C. "wednesday, june ic, : : : : : 188c. JNO. S. KFYSOLJiS ) Editors. W. L. XcbOXALD. ' j Ox account of the death of his brother, Senator Hampton has been granted indefinite leave ot absence from the Senate. President Green, of the Western Union Telegraph Company, in his recent report, recommends that no dividends be paid for the current quarter. Belfast, Ireland, was the scene of a dreadful riot 011 the 9th inst. It seems to have been the work of roughs and thieves who were anxious to plunder taverns and get the booty. Sexatok JtJL'tler wiii uenvei ujv anniversary address before the students of Wofford College at the approaching commencement. They may expect something good from him. The employes in one of the Augusta mills arc on a strike on account of the failure of the head of the mill to discharge one of the overseers whom, it is stated, they did not like. All the other mills have joined iu a circular that unless the employes in the strike do n...

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. — 16 June 1886

/ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, : : : : : ISS6. 1 Terms ok The News and Herald.? Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars per annum in advance: two dollars and ^ sifty cents %er annum, if not paid in ad-; ' Vance. Kates for Advertising.?One dollar, ... r minion} for the lirst inser !'* * \ - , lion, and filty cents per inch for each sub- j sequent insertion. These rates apply to 1 advertisements of every character, and are i payable strictly in adVance. Obituaries ' it lit I tributes of respect are charged for as ; ;.dvertisenients. Marriage notices, and ; simple announcements of deaths, are pub- I :i>'i!fd free, ami are solicited. Liberal terras I f l.ij- contract advertisements. Ailv?rii?nu?nt?. Biz is Biz?(>. D. Williford Sc Co. j Sheriff's Sales?J no. D. McCarley, I S. F. C. 5v_ For County Commissioner?jianr ^ Voters. Citation?J. R. Boylcs, Judge of; Probate. Insurance License?W. E. Stoney, ' Comptroller General. Brief*....

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. — 16 June 1886

DEATH AND DESTRUCTION! j A PA6>!i>E>GEK TKAIV TIIKim.X FROM A hk>h trestle. An Appalling Accident on the \orlliea*lerii Railroad !?e>en Young IVoj.le Kil>d and Twelve Wounded. (Ne*s ar.d C urur, 8th.) Many homes in Charleston arc wrapped in gloom this morning, and the entire community shares in the sorrows of the afflicted families in this the awful hour of their grief. Six young souls, hurled into etcrni- j ty without a moment's warning, and thirteen crushed, bruised and wounded people constitute the sum of the fearful tragedy on the Northeastern Railroad yesterday , afternoon. The cause of the accident, will 1 c the: subject of future inquiry. At present no one seems to know definite!}* what caused this fearful calamity. The tniin which left * ?i.-mn evirricr] the Charleston snortry auu ___ usual number of passengers bound north-; ward, among them some of tlie brightest and best l>eluved of the }oung j>eople of j Charleston. The Santee Swamp was reached on ...

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. — 23 June 1886

J VOL XLI1. ^ IX.SSBORO, vS. LDXLSDAa, ?*L XL ISiSt>. N0.4?* THE SXO'tY-CAPPK!) i!!uCKIKS.M j dh'RE^ioxs <>r \ Tiiii" i uiKivmi: STATK Or < 05.;>i? Scene* Aloes the K<?st?e i>y Kai!?T!ic Wonderful City of Denver?The i"u(?< *<* of a (.;rc;it j Commonweal:!). CDenver Letter in P.>u:&ii.y"> !) r . ) Those wh^ ride in sleeping ears in the ' East are qaite iij?t to lvmain i:i tiu ii-j bench to turn, snooze, think, plan amij rest as on they roll. Xot so here. Hun- j rise, and ail were up. The cars of the i Burlington Route w ere so well LuUn i - > ? i with passengers mat every oer.u occupied, the great majority of passen- j gers in the sleepers being persons from j the East -who had never been to Denver, i never seen its rocky mountains. Near- i ing their destination, they were like tliu-j early bird. It is now six o'clock. In two hours ! we will be in Denver. The l?erths li:i\-> J all been made U2> for the duv. the cars j - dusted out and peo...

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. — 23 June 1886

r THE NEWS AND HEIULJ?. I WLNNSBOKO, S. U. ! tc I : - |L wednesday, jo'e 23, : : : : : 1s8g. i I e: l\0. S. urYSuLDS ) I Sditoks. W. L. XcZtOSALD. j ^ - ; * Prof. W. G. Brown, of the South j Carolina Military Academy, has been ei elected by the trustees of Washington ! ni and Lee University Professor of Chem- j istrv and Gsologv. j ai ?? ! tl The Rev. A. Coke Smith, of Coluin- j ei bia, has been elected Professor of Men- : ol ta! and Moral Philosophv in Wofford ; vi College, to fill the vacancy caused by sf the election of Prof. Duncan to the j Bishopric of South Carolina. i P ?| is A Washington* correspondent says ' ^ that Messrs. Randall, Morrison, Hoi-; man and Carlisle are too much inter- ai ested in the Presidential bee to make ! U any fight on the tarifi question. We j 01 predict that there will be four gentle- j men very much disappointed after the i j next national Democratic Convention. , A Massachusetts journal, in com- P menting upon the recent disaster on j " the Atlanti...

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. — 23 June 1886

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY, JUNK -i3, : : : : : ISSf. Terms ok The News and IIekald.? Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars per annum in advance; two dollars and :if*v cents per annum, if not paid in ad vance. Kates koh 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, and are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries :.nd tributes of "respect are charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and announcements of deaths, are pubii.-lied five, and are solicited. Liberal terms contract advertisements. ?r - \?Jvert Silver and Gold?J. M. Deaty & Bro. Poor Male's Friend?"\V. J. Herron, State Agent. i ??ail lirleffc. ?The "Poor Mule's Friend" is en- j dy all who see it. ?The Queen CotFee Pot is all the rage for the past few days. * ?Col. James II. Rion left on Satur- ; day for Washington on professional...

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. — 23 June 1886

se&w".-, wmmm ? aMeH?aaeap?a?a?i WO.Mi.N ?< J' jFKil-*. The Brutal >;>ort Car r:< <! <>a ;a i raiXc as ^Vc!l:i>iu ( FrO-.il (!"' I.'t.J j Dull-baiting and lighting is not yet over in France any more than in Swain. t v? ?J,A r raised 'uv; ni>' ??mc months ugo relative t'? tlx* disgraceful scenes thai occurred Iji the amphitheatre at Ximes during a buiibaiting carnival, the same .spectacles have been ri?jaiii v.itncs-ed amid the enthusiasm of ten thou-aud spectators. On Monday, M.:y I , the tamous amphitheatre, a reiio oi'oM Kumut: limes, was fuil to repletion v.hii :> crowd oi' f>vfi?f-(l hohiL's who had c.>me to wit ne>s the .-kill :ui<i pro\ve~> of ihe Maiador Frutosaiul hi- compear-. What was 111010, thn.-:? inreva- weiv to appear, tiii- boiuir th" lime thaf women have cut ere-1 1!: arciiiis at Ximes. At thiY'i; o\riu?'k in :he afternoon the [ierloi*!i:a::<*!-; hciran \v:ii. a grand proce??ioi. of Si-uulsfi t.'iii!tijrlifcrs, mal...

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. — 30 June 1886

VOL. XEII. WIXXSBORO, S. C.. WECXESDAY, JUXE 30, 1886. XO. 48. A "MAGNETIC" GIIII. TALKS. | (TRIM * OK ?'LB? EKVKSS | THAT Pl'/.ZLEI) THE FXOFE**ORS. How a Muwiilar Voting Woman f)i*eovore<l Lnlu Hurst"* Secret aud Turned it to AcJ\outage?Simple Explanation of Apparently .Marvelous Feat*. (From tie New l urk World.; j I ran across a young woman on the street not long since, a girl whose face had become familiar to many people ! some months n<ro on the stages of provincial theatrevery shortly after Lulu t, Hurst, "The Georgia Wonder," had I created a sensation a Wallack's. She had |' gained considerable notoriety, I rernem- , Oerecl, as one 01 many -magnetic gins, i j The fact also intruded itself that she had : been introduced to audiences as a rude, j untutored specimen of the backwoods, 2 perfectly guileless, with little education, 2 and remarkable only for the fact that 1 Providence (so the truthful manager put j it) had gifted her with a }>ecnliar and marvelous force wh...

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. — 30 June 1886

THE NEWS AXD HERALD. YVINXSBORO, S. C. i WEDNESDAY, JUNK 30, : : : : : 188C. I ISO. S. KKYSOLUS ) >- Editors. 1 w. L. XcDONALD. ) It is said that Governor Hill, of Xevr 1 York, has quite a Presidential bee in Lis bonnet, but will give place for Mr. Cleveland if lie desires a second term. Mr. Morrison* has introduced a bill in Congress providing for a | < change of the rules, in that pension bills shall contain a provision for a special tax to meet their demands. Tiie celebrated trial of John Ferguson for the murder of Benedict in Abbeville was concluded last week by a verdict of not guilty. It does seem that murder is at a premium in Seuth Carolina. The Kentucky delegation gave a grand dinucrin Washington last week, j n.?r3 if. was considered the first step i:? i the organization of the Democratic j forces for Mr. Carlisle's election to the Presidency. Jle will doubtless get left. j Thk grand old man is having ? grand j ovation in his appeal to the country in j the Irish home ...

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. — 30 June 1886

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WK1>XRSI>AY, JI NK SO, : : : : : 18SC. j TKUMS OK THENEWJ AND 1Ikkam>.? Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per an warn, in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars pera-.nym in advance: two dollars and: fifty cents per annum, u nui pum m au- , Vance. . II.vtks kok AnvKKTisixo.?One dollar per inch (solill minion) for the lir.st inst-rt ,<?!!, ami fifty cents per inch for each sub- I .MMUtoit insertion. These rates applv to siiivertl.^einewTs of every character, ami are ' p..y strictly in advance. Obituaries J ' nii tiil-iites of respect are charged for as! :.(:vc:ti.-c;u< ::is. Marriage notices, and j of deaths, are pub- ! I: . i-.i fit *-, and a:;-solicited. Liberal terms f-.:ttr.ic* advertisements. Nomination for Probate Judge. Nominations tor School Coinmis I sioncr. Nominations for County Commis- j sioucr. Nominations for IIou>e of liept'C-! I scntatives. ^ The Celebrated Stallion Hermit? Hall & Elliott! pr County Convention?T. \V. Wood-; ward,...

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 June 1886

YTI'fCUKS AM) i>KVILS. | Queer Stories and Iiieas of Early Times j Concerning Kvil Spirits. (From tlae JX>itor: coiuiii.vrciul Jiulieiiu.) The earliest letter in the blather . ,v.?i ollruloa !>(% f]f>incjr?n nf |JU?n;iD tliU, l U.iUUV. J W ^ witchcraft is "The testimony of William Mors and his wife,"- relating" certain events that occurred at his house in 1079, which were believed to be the result of witchcraft. This testimony was inclosed in a letter from the liev. Joshua Moodey to the Iicv. Increase Maher. "The last thing heard of," says the venerable divine, "was the carrying away of several axes in the night notwithstanding they were laid up, yea, iockt up very safe, as the owner thought, at lea-t, which was done this spring." liie tramp naa evidently notyet'bceix invented for the benefit of the careless. It seems that Master I?Iors and his wife bad but just retired for the night . when they were roused by the violent falling of "Stokes & Slons" on the roof. On o...

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. — 14 July 1886

^jBas ' > " *_ - ; ." , ' VOL.XLII. x-.f WINXSBORO, s" C., WEDNESDAY. JULY H, 1886. NO.50. k OLD TIME JERSEY .MOifflOXS. BIT TWO LEFT OF THE AMiE\T ?LI E ItlDGE COLOW. ww How a Salt Lake Missionary Senrticd a (iuh-t j? Country Community mid MaJr Mormons ol V Thein Thirty Y?*or? A^o. ' (From the Xe"S" York St:r ; Tlie death of old Tom Pern-, the greatest Mormon elder east of Utah and x' - 1 ? J?i?* ? /-vnr..-. o cAff]cm<-nt I XIIjLUJiUW Ill *>> 11*1 L \U(0 WXiV\> ?V ? of 250 of the Latter Day Saints, which r occurred at Perryville, X. J., last week, virtually closes the history of Mormonism in New Jersey. Of all the old settlement but two. people now remain? one, Adeline Meyers, an old maid, now residing in Hainesville; and the other, ' . Martin Recton, an old bachelor, living away back in the Blue Ridge Mountains, f mflAs from Deckertown. The history of this community, as obtained from Silas Suyclam, or "TVhoii-boy Sile" as he is more commonly called, is an interestin...

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. — 14 July 1886

THE NEWS AN1) HERALD. YY-LXJSijmUUJ, s. u. WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, : : : : ; 1S80. jxo. s. ny TS OLDS ) > EDITOks jt. l. xcvosald. ) The Senate has promptly confirmed nugn s. rnompsoii as assistant secretary of the treasury, and he will enter upon the duties of his office as soon as practicable. Ix commenting upon the appointment of Governor Thompson to be assistant secretary of the treasury, the Philadelphia Times says it is the right man in the right place. Gen. Gordon, the favorite of most >~South Carolinians in the snbernaiorial f " race in Georgia, lias already a majority of the delegates to the State Convention, which will insure his election by an overwhelming vote. South Caro j ^ina congratulates him upon his success. In speaking of the make-up of the new British Parliament, a cablegram : to the New York Star savs: "The * probabilities seem to indicate that the new Parliament will be pretty much the same in its general composition as the one that defeated Gladstone's home ...

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. — 14 July 1886

LOUAL LMhLLllihiNt'h. 1vki?*ksi>ay, jcjuy it, : : : : : issg. ! Tkkmsok Tin-: News and ileiiai.:>.? | Tri-weekly edition, four dollars p-r nu/ivm, j in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars per annum in advance; two dollars and lifty cents per annum, if not paid in advance. Kates fok Advertising.?One dollar : ;-t r inch (solid minion) for the first inser- j / ::on, and fifty cents per inch for each subv. .uent insertion. These rates apply to <i .vertisexuenis of every character, and are p.\;ii?:e strictly in advance. Obituaries . .. . -i.iiutesof respect arc charged for as -.fivei'ti.-H-itu r.ts. Marriage notices, and :<!e announcements of deaths, are pub!: -..led ;..-e, and are solicited. Liberal terms f.,r contract advertisements. . a\i-ri.>?-inezir-.. La. S. L. At Cost?1). A. Ilendrix. Wanted?T. W. Boyle & Bro. t>,./->knto ?t micro. Hotel lor Kent?G. II. McMaster. An Ordinance?T. K. Elliott, Inteudant. Citation?J. II. Boyles, Judge of; Probate. I ^ Nominat...

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. — 14 July 1886

Jgp^ mammmmlmnm wn a iv TKi:nt)i:iZEi> .JURISTS. Thrilli ng Experience of Two Lawyers with a Bear. From t ac San Francisco <" -ii. In the foothills of Sonoma county, not 1.12.11} liiliCS HOIII 1110 LOW 21 01 Petaluma, there is a neat, cosy country house, built on a knoli. It is covered with climbling roses, white, pink and yellow, carefully trained, and the i'oilage and blossom is here ?nd there intertwined with je.ssimino and English honeysuckle. From a broad portico in front of the building one obtains a view that is enchanting. At the foot of the grassy s'ope that leads to the dwelling runs a S'lvery stream, in the pools of which disport the beautiful and speckled trour. This place, one of the most pleasant in that section of the county, is the home of the Lawlcrs, the parents of Judge Lawler, of the police court of this city. "Whenever the Judge seeks relaxation from official cares,"he takes a run up to that home to inhale pure country air and expunge from his lungs the 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. — 21 July 1886

VOL. XI.II. WIXNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1886. NO. 51. b THOUGHTS FOR THE MONTH. j SOME ^T(;?ESTio\> : ;:;>M j ?W* Al'THOKITV. What Work the Good Fanners Siioisid !5<> in Month of July?An Eutcresiins Article From an Intelligent W riter. fey (W. L. Jones in the Jaae "Calliraf or."') ^ Summer crops still require diligent j < ' - T-v Vi 11 1,^1 cultivation. JLTUUgili. y.utu iiLiit/ iiic- IVJ w | fought as best we may, grass and weeds i arc to be kept down, and the foimation j c in the soil of available plant foo'd to be j promoted to the fullest extent. One of j the greatest antidotes against drought is j an abundance of humus in the soil. A farmer cannot stop now to supply this in a field where theie is a growing crop; Ik it must be looked after in his general plans, embracing proper rotations, and resting of land, or during winter, when ^ leaves, pine and other straw may be hauled out and scattered upon it. But good growtii oi pcavmcs supples a nrsx quality li...

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. — 21 July 1886

aattaw?amiw HmmBem Tin inifrniii THE NEWS AND HERALD. ' wdocsboro, s. c. wednesday, jlxy si, : : : : issc. J ao. s. ayYXOLDS ) v editoks. W. L. XcDOSALD. ) ^ * ^ l?art 1 aau 1 i r.m _ lj?ovekm>k olikltaku ira? utw > inatecl for Governor by the Edgefield j Democrats. Commandei: W. T. Sampson has been ordered to Annapolis to succeed Capt. Ramsey as superintendent of the United States Naval Academy. The recent report of the agricultural department shows a material full ing ofF of the conditions of the crops as compared with the same time last vear. The Southern Railway and Steam-j ship Association met in its twelfth j annual session in "Washington a few days ago, with a full representation from all important lines. Old Edgefield is not satisfiesJ^-wfth her present quctaoL-^fttTers in the goveriimenfc^jy?^,*7s greedy for more. Sftiiui-Tme has timely suggested that ^ she be enclosed in a wan ana oe given as may offices as she wants. It is hardly probable that Congress will adjourn ...

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