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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 21 July 1886

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE." WEDNESDAY, Jl'LY 21, : : : : 1S8C. " Tnp Vfw< \ v!> Herald.? 1 &1U15 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 ]>aid in advance. Kates fok Advertising.?One dollar per inch (solid minion) for the first inscrTiuij, a::<i fifty cents per inch for each sub insertion. These rates apply to vertisemcnts of every character, ami are piyaith; strictly in adVance. Obituaries fr,r n? Ul mt uiuinvu : !%> ; Marriage notices, and -: sis 3 i*- annour.ecHiients of deaths, are pubfree, i'.ii'! aiv solicited. Liberal terms ;< r c-fM'iiict aiiv< rtisements. . c . a itt'r;i?cini'hl>>. 1S7G, 1S3C?F. \Y\ Ilabcnicht. Nominations for County Commissioner. For Sale- -J. C. Fcaster, Buckheatl, S. C. Nominations for House of llepresentatives. Notice to Creditors?W. C. llion, Referee. Genuine Bargains?McMaster, Briee & Ketchin. Now Easilv Leads Ali ...

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. — 21 July 1886

MRS. FRAKK LESLIE. THE WITCHING WIDOWS WORK. flow ri I'rctty Youaijj Widow Struggled and Toiled and Achieved a Triumphant Suo ccss. From the X<\v York journalist. It has so often been staled that 'women know nothing of business," that it has conic to be accepted as a trnisin by unthinking people. Yet hundreds of business men owe not a 1-"'- .it---- 4 illLiU Ul IUUU" SUCL"U? Iij cwi -uvautu, sagacious wives. A frequent modification of the first statement is that "women cxcel in small economics, but arc unable to grasp large business enterprises,"' or if they do they bccome masculine and lose that gracious icmininity which is the principal charm of woman. The utter falsity oi" these statements is nowhere more strikingly shown than in the case of Mrs. Frank Leslie. With executive ability, capacity for work and newspaper genius possessed by few men, she preserves all the charm of her womanhood and is as popular in the social as in the business world. Through the force of her own pers...

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 July 1886

VOL. XLII. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY. JULY 28, 1886. NO. 52. EDBOFS BRIGHT IDEA. WHAT THE PII0.\O?K APH OF TiSK Fi -j TIRE WILL BE LS.'vE. k It Will Talk With the Voice of a Full (Jrov. a W Man?Electric Proj.tiixion. L (From the New Yo.k S:.ir.) ? After an extended honeymoon in Florida, Mr. Edison has returned to the scenes of his electrical labors and tri T ? '"J lim A l>rfAV^f^Tl ! UIUpjLlb ttLLU. I1U? Vii. ? 1UV.O iA*c v**?.v Lis laboraton* on Seventeenth, street anil his palatial residence at Llewellyn Park on the Orange Mountain, paying an occasional visit to his private ollice in Wall! street. He has not been spoiled by success, being still the genial, approachable, common sense, hard-working "Torn'" j ' Edison he was when unknown to fame J and fortune. He has not startled the r world of late by any new marvel, but his brain is busy as ever, his laboratory lias not lost its fascination, and it is a dull j * - - " ? "? a - i .ir . ? | clay indeed wiien ne nas not a nun uu^...

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 July 1886

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNSBOBO, S. C. Wednesday, july as, : : : : lasc. . JXO. S. K FYS OLDS ) Editors. W. L. XcDO\ALD.] ) The New York Sun is now begin- i ningto boom Mr. Tilden as the man ' for the Democratic party to nominate : in 1888. The United States treasury has j called for the redemption of $4,000,- . 000 three per cent, bonds. The cull j matures on the 1st September. The first new bale of cotton Las ! been received at Memphis. It was j raised in Texas ana was sold at auction for twenty-five cents per pound. The population of England doubles j ia half a century, while that of the . United States double every twenty- j five years, or just in half the time. The Gate City, a steamer bound j from Savannah to Boston, was wrecked j ou the 18th inst, All tin passengers J were saved, but the cargo was almost j a total loss. Jeff "Williams, of Chester county, j who had a fight with T. W. McCul- j lum some weeks ago, in which only ! fists were used, was seriously injured j and has s...

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. — 28 July 1886

^ LQOAL INTELLIGENCE. 1 r.KMS <>Y i 1110 AND 11 til. A Li>.? Tri-veekly edition, fourdoilarspzr annum, i:: advance. Weekly edition, two dollars Li rnuuvm in adva'nee: two dollars and uiiy cv.ilsper annum, if not paid in adv.;:iee. . i > atks fok Advertising.-?One dollar p. :- iiich (solid minion) for tile lirst in=er ;::>d fifty cents per inch for each sul>;ae3:t insertion. These rates apply to verllM-nieiits of every character, ami are ; yal-i'- strictly in advance. Obituaries ;:!( > of'respect are charged for as :ivi . > -::ients. Marring notices, and | - :::;;io(i;.ff:nents of deaths, are pubI and are solicited. Liberal terms K advertisements. W _ l Cream i artar?\\. E. Aiken. Frail Cans? J. II. Cauunings. i Nominations for County Commisllr Grand Closing Oat Sale?Q. D. ||L Wiilifor i <!c Co. i ocai jJiit'fs. ?Vve hear of many candidates yet to come. The more the merrier, t ^ ?The tide has turned and now the cry is for a light shower of rain. ?There was ...

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 July 1886

V. IIV V. ;; IIAVK CYCLONES. They 3Zust Increase Every Year Until We Plant Trees. From tlie Chicago Herald. In the scientific column of a Chicago journal, of July 4, it seems that the whole theory of cyclones was elaborated in a couple of lines. In an article for the history ot Chicago (vol. 1. j p. 588), tho writer gave tiic following suggestion. "But Chicago has been singularly free from the devastating cyclones that have cut swaths of ruin j in all the conterminous country, and j the reasonable solution of the fact j appears to be that the light atmosphere : of the lake absorbs the approaching ! cyclone ami disseminates it.. The force of a cyclone, a* the force of dynamite, requires repression anil compression to educate it.' in mis nccu.->uni\ brief allusion the two great factors of cyclones, simoons, northers or other other it-real convulsions, are stated negatively. But in these marvelous natural convulsions ail the postulates nave to be expressed in that manner. In fact, 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. — 4 August 1886

0 ? VOL. XLIII. WINNSBORO, S. C.. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1886. NO.l. ????an?bp?agmmgaB ROTATIO\ OF CROPS. Read Before the Richmond County (<?a.) A^riculrtwal Society. (From the Augusta Chrca-'clc.) Much lias been said and written upon this important subject, and, although the merits of the system liave been often I and ably discussed, it does not seem to * have been presented with such force as to recommend it to the great mass of our agricultural population. The great majority of Southern- agriculturalists imagine they find the ^ methods of their fathers adequate, at least to a ^oor support, and are indiffer ent to any improvements agricultural papers, magazines, etc. * In preparing this paper I am indebted for many valuable suggestions to onr Commissioner of Agriculture, Col. -T. T. Henderson, to Major Luther 31. I\anaom, of the State Board of Agriculture cf the State of South Carolina, to the book of Husbandry by Col. George E. Waring, and to Col. E. T. Stockhouse for a practica...

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. — 4 August 1886

THE NEWS AND HERALD. wtkxsbobo, s. u. wednesday, august 4, : : : j 88g. JXO. S. KFYXOLDS ) y editors. tt. L. 2TC&OXALD.1 ) The County Executive Committee. We are authorized by the County Chairman to announce that there will be a meetingof the Democratic County Executive Committee in the Town Hall, Winnsboro, on Saturday the 7th inst., at eleven ox-lock a. ra. A full attendance is requested. On the 23rd ult. Mrs. Cleveland became twenty-two years of age. The event was celebrated in a very qaiet way ot the White House. May she live to enjoy many more similar occasions. Among the visitors at the Citadel commencement we noticed the name of Gen. R. R. Hemphill, of the Abbeville 3Iedium. Is it possible that he is going to bury the hatchet on the Cita- j del question? President Cleveland lias referred the oleomargarine bill, which recently passed both houses of Congress, to Attorney General Garland, in order that he may pass upon its constitutionality. It is possible the veto power may...

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. — 4 August 1886

t LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST J, : : : 1S8C. 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 xifty cents per annum, if not paid in adv:tnce. Kates kot: 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 even* character, and are ble strictly in advance. Obituaries anil tributes of respect are charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and simple announcements of deaths, are published free, and are solicited. Liberal terms I??r cumract auv?u$cwcuu>. A?l vertiseweut*. Nomination for Representative. Nominations for County Commis- j sioner. . Summons?Jas. II. Rion, Flaintifl's i Attorney. & Save Your Fruit?McMaster, Brice w & Ketcliin. Summons-Douglass & McCants, Plaintiffs' Attorneys. . Mount Zion Collegiate Institute? Jas. II. Rion, Chm....

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

88W ? -' :s:::.u.t; <:i:ANT-sAiiTOiiis. The Unfortunate lHarrirtjieof : . President's Dac^Iacr to an AR^lisbmn. Fiittaclclpiria 'Iirn-: No bit of socioty new:-. over created ' greater surprise thai! the announce-; inent of the engagement of Miss Nellie i Wren shall Grant. daughter of the President cf the United > ate?, to Algernon Charles Frederick S .rioris a British subject. The prospective ? ' " Vv.mf AmO 1 gTUtJJU U ^UC. Ul I-UbvsiU .;ui tviic, j of Hampshire, England. J:is mother \ was Adelaide Kenible, daughter of! Charles and sister of Fanny Kemble j the actress. The young man had been | educated in England and Germany and ! about 1870 came to the United States ! to seek his fortune, fn 1>72, on the ! steamship Jiussia, while 3Iiss Nellie was returning from a trip to Europe, the couple met and formed one of those unaccountable attachments called by women "love affairs," which terminated in courtship and marriage. At that time Nellie had turned seventeen. J *^ K.'V-k ...

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. — 11 August 1886

VOL. XLIII. WIXNSBORO, S. C.. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 11. 18S6. NO. 22 UNITED WE STAND! THE DEMOCR ACY OK *C? TH CAROLIXA IS bTAl.VCII AM) SOLiO. Proceeding* of the Recent State Convention ? Aomiiiatin^ Our Standard-Bearer* for the Campaign of 'Eishty-Six?Interesting ReadIns for Every Good i)emoerat. The Convention of the Democratic rartv of South Carolina was held in the j Opera House, Columbia, commencing on Wednesday the -ith Last. Gen. James F. Izlar, Chairman of the State Executive Committee, called tlie body to order. Col. J. Q. "Marshall, Secretary pro tern., read the call of the Convention, as issued by the Executive Committee, after which General Izlar nominated Gen. Johnson Hagood to be temporary Chairman, ami he was unanimously elected. On taking the chair Gen. Hagood said that he ^vas gratified by the honor conferred on him, and in view of the important business which the Convention had before it he would proceed at once to the work of organizing the body. The Secretary called...

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. — 11 August 1886

THE NEWS AND HEKALJ). |i WIXXSBOBO, S. O. j c WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, : : : 188C. ! ! JXO- S. liVYSOLDS ) ) Kditoks. W. L. ItcLOSALD.: \ DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. ~~~ Gocerrcor, J. P. Ricuaxdsox, of Clarendon. Lieutenant Governor, W. L. Mauldik, of Greenville. Secretary of State, ' W. Z. Leitxer, of Kersliaw. Comptroller General, W. E. Stoxey, of Berkeley. Attorney General, J. H. Earle, of Sumter. State Treasurer, I. S. Bamberg, of Barnwell. Adjutant and Inspector General, A. M. Maxigault, of Georgetovi n. Superintendent of Education, J. IL Kick, of Abbeville. Mr. B. R. Tillman is said to have made the statement, in his recent speech at Abbeville, that "it was no honor to be among the coterie of de1 3 --.-3 n-tnn mliA cfAV- ! Diiseu LVIiU Wi l U(/i uitu 1? wv IU..V j,v> , erned us siuce *76". "Debased and corrupt" is the phrase applied to Hampton, Simpson, Jeter, Hagood j and Thompson, and other men of equally good records in public and private life! Do the farmers endorse this accu...

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. — 11 August 1886

I ? I III il il m T"-|WMIIIlilUlilfllllM |ig| LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. AVJEDXESDAY, AUGUST XI, : : : 1SSG Tekmsok The Wkws and Heijald.Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per ann um in advance. Weekly edition, two dollar; per annvm in advance: two dollars ant tiftv cents per annum, if not paid in ad v.nice. " ^*a?? a ( h>u *7ri11o 1 *>J> r\/l\ *11/? Vii\y v?vi?u per inch (solid minion) for the first isiser lion, :u:<l fifty cents per inch for each sub .scoueni insertion. These rates apply i< advertisements of every character, and an j-..y;;Me -tricLiy i:i advance. Obituarie: i::t i \ utes of respect are charged for a: ;;d\v.rt:s'.*:::?'iits. .Marriage* notices, ant .. announcements of deaths, are pub i - i-d ;uvsolicited. Liberalterm: i. r >:ttsa"t advertisements. . i- i . i Erskiue College? W. M. Gricr. President. Sealed Proposals?Jas. L. Richmond, Chmn, Ikl. Co. Com. Charlotte Female Institute?Rev. Win. R. Atkinson, Charlotte, X. C. l.ocai Uriels. ?Read our school advert...

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. — 11 August 1886

liiouuirrsfoa the month. i? :< i 1 a>o>JE <?K K?.S fkom t. ai thorstv. j i i I : W hill \Vorl? (In* <??kw! Farmer* Sibiiiii I?o in j ' the Moiisi! of VG^iiHt-Aii inlfrestinx Article j 1 From an Intelligent Writer. ^ >y . x*. juuvs in -.1x2 jiuguv; tur.ivsso:, ') To one who is not a routine fanner, nicc questions arc sometimes sprung this month touching the management ofa cotton crop. As a rule "laying by" is completed by the last of -July, i but should heavy, compacting rains | follow close on the heel ot the hist : plowing, and hot dry weather sets in, j is it bettor to plow again or not, and , how late in the season may plowing be advantageously continued? No inflexible : uie 011 these points can be laid do\vn?o::e must dccide according to circumstances. It' the land is fresh, or the *< ' '. filled with humus, so that it is fiiubir* and loose, plowing may be stopped earlier than where opposite condition's prevail. If the soil is disposed to rim together and ba...

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. — 18 August 1886

VOL. XLIII. WIXXSBORO, S. C.. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18. 1886. NO.3. I RRrOT.LECTIOXS OF MR. TILDEX. 1 FIRED WITH BOTH EVES SHUT. ??JCggaCT ? gggBM MM EPt B I JOMSOX'S ISLAM). ( A PE.\ PICT I'RE OF THE CHEAT .VOKTSrEK.\ PRISO.V The Pirate of LsKc Erie?T!:e Seizure of a s Lake Steamer !>y a Band of Confederate Sympathizer*?The Failure of Their P!aa??The Chief of the Crew, Etc. (From the Atlanta Constitution.) Johnson's Island, nov,- an historic spot, lies four miles from the city of Sandusky, ? Ohio, in the midst of as beautiful a sheet of water as can be found on the lakes. Seen across the blue waves, its green slopes relieved by the piles ox white limestone, it presents a lovely pie* hire. The hignest is per naps unv above the water level, and is near the center of the island, which is one mile long, a half wide, and contains 300 acres. In the days long since departed, it was covered with a magnificent growth of oak and maple, and was a favorite resort of the Indians, who then throng...

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. — 18 August 1886

THE NEWS AND HERALD. ] WLYXSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, : : : 1886. JXO. t. XVYSOLDS ) v eoitivs. W. x. J?cHO\ALD.' ) democratic state ticket. Governor, J. P. Riciiardsox, of Clarendon. Lieutenant Governor, W. L. Mauldix, of Greenville. Secretary of State, W. Z. Leitxer, of Kershaw. Comptroller General. W. E. Stoxey, of Berkeley. Attorney General, J. II. Earle, of Sumter. State Treasurer, I. S. Bamberg, of Barnwell. Adjutant and Inspector General, A. M. Maxigallt, of Georgetown. Superintendent of Education, J. H. Kice, of Abbeville. The County Executive Committee. The County Chairman requests us to call special attention to the meeting: of the Democratic County Executive Committee on Saturday next, at 11 o'clock, a. in., in the Town Ilall, "Winnsboro. A full attendance is earnestly desired. The ballot-boxes, and the necessary blanks, for the primary will then be ready, and the presidents of the several clubs are requested to send for them | as soon as practicable. Several "Wes...

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. — 18 August 1886

I .. I II, I II I , .11 I -| LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WKDMISDAV, AUGUST IS, : : : 1SSG. Tms ok The News and IJkkalu.? Tri-weekiy edition, four dollars per annum, ! in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars j 'i'Cr annum in advance; two dollars and j ? ij fty cents per annum, if not paid in ad-j ^ v:i;:ce. Katks for Advektisixg.?One dollar j iiu-Ii (solid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each sub;?ent insertion. These rates apply to :"!Vfiti>i*nients of every character, and are : .strictly in advance. Obituanc-s ; ti ibntes ot respect are charged for as ;vvrtisi-jucnts. .Marriage notices, and 1 i:; t 11- announcements of deaths, are pub-! ^ J'ree, and are solicited. Liberal terms | & ; r contract advertisements. X.-.< icrlisemen'o. domination for School Commission- f Sheriff's Sale?Jno. D. McCarlev, j m S. F. V. L Municipal Tax Notice?I. X. With- j W crs, Clerk. Feed and Sale Stables ?A. "Willi- j ford & Son. . ? J.ocal Uriels. Ssdl 1 "K ."1^ no f ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 18 August 1886

LION AND TiGEIi STORIES. Herr Driesbach's life was full of remarkable incident?, and he frequently took pleasure in relating events of hi< life. The following i- in his own words: *I was exhibiting in Ti>?>; city of Baltimore. We were playing a piece in whicii one 01 my tigers was to suuuemy leap from above upon me as if to kill me. After it would jump onto me we would roil around on the floor, to all appearances engaged in mortal 'combat. The theatre in whicii we were playing had a large pit. and it was iilied almost to suffocation that evening with boys and men. This time the tiger jumped over my head and was flying for the pit when I caught him by the tail and hauled him back. I needn't tell you that standing-room was made mighty quick in that pit when they saw the animal coming. They rushed out pell-mell, yelling and screaming for me to hold on to him." While Edwin Forrest was playing at the old Bowery Theatre in New York City his piece was followed by an exhibition of ...

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. — 25 August 1886

VOL. XLIII. WINNSBORO, S. C-.. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1886. NO. L ? 111 III i ? . FORSAKIXG THE OLD PATHS. GENERAL .JOHNSON HACOOD I'LEAD*! y FOR A MIXED HUSBANDRY. An Essay Read H?*fore the !?tate A-jrinsIturn! ! * Society and th#- (iranu'e at Tii<-:r J?D1 ! I Summer Mirllas on Auxas! 3, ?H>.y. ' It is doubtful whether, in all tlie Ihsc ' since South Carolina was the hunting I ground of the Indian, any single fifth of ? a century has witnessed within her borders a relative progress in material welfare equal with the last. It needs no com pnation 01 stauscics 10 siiov, iius. at Columbia, the beautiful city in which you arc holding this summer meeting. Compare her in 1865, sitting amid ashes and her population feeding on the refuse cattle of Sherman's supply train, with her ' condition to-day. See her waste places rebuilt, often more substantially then before; her homes onee more sur-j rounded with the comforts of life, and | her people on the streets and in the j marts again st...

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. — 25 August 1886

THE NEWS AND HEKALI*. WIXNSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST S.j. : : : issu. JXO. S. KJKTA'OLDS ) y editoks. W. h. XcDOSALDm': ) 1>E MO C It AT IC STATE TICKET. Governor, J. 1\ Richardson, of Clarendon. Lieaietumt 0 oar Mr, W. L. M.vcldix, of Greenville. Secretary of State, W. Z. Leitner, of Kershaw. Comptroller General, W. E. Stoxey, of Berkeley. Attorney General, J. II. Eakle, of Sumter. State Treasurer, I. S. Bamberg, of Barnwell. Adjutant and Inspector General, A. M. Manigault, of Georgetown. Superintendent of Education, J. II Rice, of Abbeville. Charleston sceins to be disgusted i at the treatment of their club on the ball grounds in Atlanta last week, and * ' - l i justly so, Irom wnat we can ieaiu. m ^ Dr. James "Wood row has been acquitted by the Augusta Presbytery of tbe charge of heresy. An appeal has j been taken to the Synod of Georgia, j The result of its deliberations will be awaited with interest. Belfast has been the scene of much contention and bloodshed for several...

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