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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 25 August 1886

? ??? tHHMHB nfca?HBHM rWMKaPOBBWB LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. j WED.\?s?AV, Al'CrST 35, : : : 1SSC. j Tk;:.ms <>: ' The News and IIkhald.? Tri-weekiy edition, four dollarsptr annum, \ in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars I-, r niihitiit in advance: two dollars and illy cents ptr annum, if not paid in ad VMi'CC. * I Kates foi: Advertising.?On.* dollar ! j- . nsch (scHd minion) for the lirst inser- : fifty cents jx-r inch for ea<"h sub- ! -. uent insertion. These rates applv to j :::ivfil:>t'incnis ?i every ciiaiacuri, .tn??t < ;e in advance. Obituaries | tributes of respect are charged for as j : Marriage notices, and i - anuour.eeiiients of <Ii*.ii!is, are pub- { . i f a;: : ar?; solicited. Liberal terms ! k : acVv-rti.ieiiK -nts. sa .'*:vor;ls?:iifiii>. M Engine for sale?G. II. McMaster. fpy Sheriff's Sale?Jno. D. McCarley? ^ S. F. C. South Carolina Military Academy? Juhiison Ilagood, chairman. 0 : >< ;: Kr.'crs. * ?Mr. J. L. Mimuaugh, of Columbia, paid our t...

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. — 25 August 1886

THE KMGHYsS OF LABOR. Cardinal Gibbons Declare* that the Order w not Under the Han of the Church. Baltimore, August 19.?The American ' will print to-morrow an interview with Cardinal Gibbons, who says: Cardinal Tascbereau's condemnation of , the Knights of Labor should noVl>e taken | as the sentiment of t!ie Church. I am not! fa?-*-?Tl'ltli tli/. r.nr.inv/ol liliiiituii " mi v/x^aui/.auviio (Quebec, but it is certain that the Cardinal's hostility grew out of some local laws or conduct of the Knights which are contrary to the doctrines of the Church. As to the Knights of Labor in the I'nited j States I Lave not thorough' examined their constitution or studied their purposes, yet i from the newspapers and Powderly's statements I infer that their objects are praiseworthy and not opposed to Church views. The Catholic prelates will to a man declare I in favor of the organization of labor. There j can be no wrong in it. Organization is the i basis of all progress, political, social and...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 1 September 1886

VOL. XLIII. AYINXSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1886. NO. 5. t ^ ' ^ . ' i nm^^ ^ u i-u'~ j.~":'^Trai?rm-- . jTagca ' - -ru?uuulb^M JACK, THE lil'SiliiAWEi!. B A TBBILLUC bTORV Or THE .VISW TR.\L!A.\ lil sli. The Strange Experience of an Kn.:l;->!s maii Who Went Ist;si:in^ in :i Cotmlry Wliero Mo .Man Con id ('ail 5:;* Lilt: Sale. (Ffoci the Atlanta Coai-titut:oe.) Eeading in your journal an article headed "A Bushranger Interviewed/' says a writer in Chambers', recalls to my memory a strange incident which occurred some years ago to my own brother, when on his way from Sydney to the gold fields, and for the accuracy of whicii I can vouch. A' the- time of Lis arrival in Australia tl'.e country -was in a state of panic; a reign '>f terror existed, caused by the daring outrages committed on parties on the journey to and from the diggjjigsr' Bobbery with yiaieScc," "escorts shot -?desviiy-nhu large consignments of gold earned off, were of daily occurrence. The bush was infe...

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. — 1 September 1886

THE NEWS AND HERALD, j WENNSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, SKPTK3IBKR 1, : : 1S8G. i JXO. 8. KFYXOLDS ) >- Kditoks. lr. L. HcnosALij.i ) DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Governor, J. P. Kichardson, of Clarendon. Lieutenant Gocernor, W. L. IIauldix, of Greenville. Secretary of State, VV. Z. Leitxer, of Kershaw. Comptroller General, "\Y. E. Stoxey, of Berkeley. Attorn>:>/ General, J. H. Earle, of Sumter. SUtte T'reamrer, I. S. Bamberg, of Barnwell. Adjutant and Inspector General, ^ ^ M. L. Boxham, .Jr., of Abbeville. ixipemde/uiera oj / Mvcfuou, J. II, Kick, of Abbeville. liROTHEii Connors of the Lancaster Review will accept our congratulations upon his nomination for the Lcgis!at ure. The Anarchist, Parsons, contends that the principles of his organization are the same as those of the Knights of Labor. Of the 8,000 dogs in Farfield county only 2,000 are returned. On these W ~ \ 2,000 dog?, only one hundred jL^nrrS"' V tax is paid annually, Caft. B. R. Tillman, the Agricultural Apostle, deni...

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. — 1 September 1886

local intelligence. wkdxhsuay, skitumbku 1, : : 1880. TK;:MSOK TKK XKWS and Herald.? Tri-\v< ck'y edition, four dollars per annum, ::: advance. Wei-kly edition, two dollars / r annum in advance; two dollars and ::ity per annum, if nor. paid in adv < iiATi.s you Advertising.?One dollar . f/vrfirst. in?ct. i fifty cents per inch for each sub T ??> rtioji. These rates apply to . : i-' i::'. :;t.> of every character, and are strictly hi advance. Obituaries . .: iA -.'.petit are charged for as .Marriage notices, ami of deaths, are pub it::- i are solicited. Liberal terms : . :i.ut advertisements. . t- ?...? r. Notice?A. Willi ford <S: Soil. Oil ilie 1 load?J. M. Beaty & Bro. Save Money? Q. I). Willit'ord & Co. Photographs??T. II. Winburn, Photo Artist. ?Fruit of most any kind would find a ready sale 011 our streets just at this time. ?Misses Eunice and Bessie Mitchell arc visiting1 their sister, Mrs. J. T. Chalmers. t ir:ii;r<ivil >*au sliinnpd A X. If XlitlV...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 1 September 1886

I jjpIEiZ TILI-MANS iJKCLADIKU. jje Jbkcs a Statement Cowctrr.in^ the ^portcu "Alliance" iietween Governor jjiepparil, Captain Dawson and Himself. To The Editor of the Greenville tfeics: la the Weekly Xewa of August 17, under the caption, '-Information wanted," you ask the following questions: ;tIiave Cant. F. \Y. Dawson and M:\ B. 11. Till u: an had a conference of any kind, by correspondence or otherwise.. and have they made an agreement 01 j understanding as to their respective I courses in any matter allecting the | public interests or politics in the State? "If there has been or is an agreement or understanding between them, what is it?" As I know no reason "why thev should not be answered*', I will cheer/ fully give you the light you seek. This / can best be done by a short statement of facts. When I commenced the agitation of the issues which form the core ot the formers' movement, viz: The establishment of a real Agricultural College and the reorganization of the department ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 15 September 1886

z_ ^ \ VOL. XLIII. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1886. NO. 7. i THE QUIVERING EARTH. t .\> lATEKESTIAU CHAPTEI! 0.\ E.VHTil(i LAKES. A Scientilic Paper from .Major Harry Hammond?Sonic Facts Ihat Will Instruct the A'ewspaper Kcader? Earthquakes ofFre?jueiit Occurence in the Lnited States. Beech Island, S. C., Aug. 3,1886. Hon. P. Walsli, Augusta, Ga.:?Dear Sir: I feel such compunction at seeing \ +1 c-no^r* r\f trAnr vnlnnhiA Af'All H4AV UMMVV VJ. J wvv* \ pied with mv random talk of the other \day, that I beg, as commutation, to enclose some paragraphs on earthquakes to pou. / I have selected and very greatly con densed them from such mention as 1 \find in my scientific periodicals of the * jlast few years. I have not tried to ar[ ; range them in any order, and you can \sclect and omit any as you may think jh^oper. Ordinarily, I suppose, no one wo^ld read them, but just now perhaps theseNscientific observations may be of interest^ The importance of earthquakes consis...

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. — 15 September 1886

THE NEWS AND HERALD, j W'JLXXSBOJRO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER15, : 1SSG.' JXO. S. RFYSOLZ>S ) S- Editoks. W. Jj. 3fcZ,OXJLLD.l ) DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKKT. I Governor, it J. P. Kic.iardsox, of Clarendon. H& Lieutenant Governor, W. L. Mauldix, of Greenville. S||| Secretory of State, ||| \V. Z. Leitkeh, of Kershaw. Wtt Comptroller General, W W. E. Stoney, of Berkeley. W Attorney General, F J. II. ICarle, of Sumter. State Treasurer, I. S. Bamberg, of Barnwell. Adjutant and Inspector (Jeneral, M. L. Boxiiam, Jr., of Abbeville. Superintendent of Education, J. II. Kice, of Abbeville. county ticket. For Ifcpresentatice.% Citas. A. Douglass, Tnos. S. I'rice, S. It. Kl'Tland. for i'root tic ,juu<jc, Jno. A. II inn ant. For School Commimoner, Dr. John Boyd. For Cvurity Coinmi&rioner*, II. a. Glenn, J. A. Stewart, J. T Stewart. =======r========t===== ! The total visible supply of cotton j for the world is about one million i bales, two-ihirds of which are Ameri-j Can' _ Mr. Glads...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 15 September 1886

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, : 1SSC. Tkkmsok The News and IIekalix? Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars pur annum, in advance; two dollars and liftv ei-nts ver annum, if not paid in ad Vance. Kates for Advertising.?One dollar per inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each subbdjuent insertion. These rates apply to advertisements of every character, and are j-.-.yabif strictiv in advance. Obituaries ..n<i tributes of "respect are charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and s.u:pie announcements of deaths, are published free, and are solicited. Liberal terms t..r contract advertisements. >?*.? ?<i.? rlisemtiur*.. Look Out?L. Samuels. New Arrivals?S. S. Wolfe. Read This?T. T. Lumpkin. Plantation for Saie?A. F. Blair, Blair's, S. C. Notice for Final Discharge?Jno. ^ W. Campbell, Executor. K l.ocal Uriels. W ?The base ball fever has abated F considerably since the clerks ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 15 September 1886

y*"11 ^?-? m* * mii if M 11 ! 111 ii EAin iUU ArvK HI MUM.tUS. ConiiilcDce Returning?( itaritv from ail i'artn of tJie World. T!ncinr.? lifl? lvfTl rMTOOIlcd alOWI tliC wharves of Charleston. Cotton factors j and ship-brokers are ready for business J and full of confidence in the future, and i declare their purpose to make Charleston a bigger place tlian ever. In the market and on the streets the old familiar sounds of "sibby bean," "okra'n tomottis," "raw shrimp,"" ctc.. are heard again. The U. S. Engineers in Charleston have begun their survey. The postollice is seriously damaged. The Custom House portico is injured. The club house on Meeting Street will be pulled down. The rear of the Western Union Telegraph building is dangerous. The Trv>,vfw!?T Trill 11 ->VA its V."5llls nulled V^ULIVU J. CCVi VAJ ?* W .. j in by rods, and its chimney pulled down and rebuilt. The general'impression of the board is that a large proportion of the vacant houses are safe, and tliey recommend ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 22 September 1886

* VOL. XLIIL WIXNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1886. NO. 8. Ill IIH"i -L -rv- L-.?~ J? i",.- r"ll.?n .11 ..1,1 . ^jng I I II III IIWIMaMI^MM?1???M?.. . rrn? ..aan^?? WHAT IS THE SEA-SERPENT. AX I-Mil IKY OF IM KJtK-vT J O KM L*E.V1> OK SATlitAI, ItlV'OIJY. A Kclrntlflc S;a;c?iicnt of Whnt We Know and Don't Know A>>utu It. (Fiom the Proviuencc Joura:!.) Twice within a few days parties of observers whose trustworthiness is beyond question, and in one case including a gentleman of suck equable and conservative mind as a Boston schoolmaster may be presumed to possess, have reported the appearance near Cape Ann of what. in /7r.foron/v? +.-i 111 7 ?!:< <! luwia. they are pleased to call "the sea ser-1 pent." The account they give is substantially the same as annually finds its way to public notice, and is likely to be received in the same spirit of sceptical levity which these narratives have always encountered. An attitude of f: auk unbelief toward all stories tha...

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. — 22 September 1886

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WIXNSBOKO, S. (J. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,: : 1SSG. JSO. S. HJPYXOLDS ) y Editoks. If. L. SlcBOXALDJ ) DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Gocernor, J. P. Richardson, of Clarendon. I Lieutenant Governor, 1- W. L. Mauldix, of Greenville. V Secretary of State, f W. Z. Leitxer, of Kershaw. Comptroller General, W. E. Stoxey, of Berkeley. Attorney General, J. H. Earle, of Sumter. Stat-e Treasurer, I. S. Bamberg, of Barnwell. Adjutant and Inspector General, M. L. Boxiiam, Jr., of Abbeville. Superintendent of Education, J. IL Hice, of Abbeville. county ticket. For Bex>rese)itative$, Chas. A. DOUGL.VS-T^' Tnos. S. S. K. liCTJ.AND. For Prolate Judge, ^ Jxo. A. IIlXXAXT. For School Commissioner, ? Dr. Joiix Boyd. For County Commissioners, II. A. Glexn, J. A. Stewart, J. T. Stewart. A tax of one dollar a head on dogs would do more good to the farmers of South Carolina than forty B. II. Till maus will do. Slight earthquake shocks still continue in and around Sumnierville, bat the p...

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. — 22 September 1886

ISBMMMnMMHMMMaHHMIMMnMC LOCAL INTELLIGENCE" WJKDXESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, : : I8SG. 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 j fifty cents per annum, if not paid in advance. " -- "i" A nvfpTieivfi One dollar per inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each subsejuent insertion. These rates apply to udvertisements of every character, and are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries tril> nL ;s of respect are charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and s:tuple announcements of deaths, are pubI':si:ed free, and are solicited. Liberal terms r contract advertisements. Atlvtrl.nemenu. Shoes?McMaster, Brice & Kctchin. Citation?J. R. Boyles, Judge of Probate. Assignee's Notice?I. N. Withers, Assignee. Examination of Teachcrs ? John Boyd and Others, Co. Bd. Exmrs. 2.ocai Briers. ?Mr. A. Williford returned from Charleston on Sunday. ?Mr...

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. — 22 September 1886

THE BAIiK COXTIXENT. , j OXLV FIVE WHITE PEOPLE IN" A CITY i of y,ooo. A Wild and Curious Country?Strange j Customs ox' the Natives?The Krcos, | Formerly Slave Dealers, and the Way | the ffomea Fresco Themselves With j Paint?Flowers, Etc. From the Indian':rK):ii Journal. Dr. Ralph St. John Perry, who went from this city to Africa several months ago, in a letter to a friend here, writes from Cape Tvlount, under date of June 20th, about his experiences in the dark continent: "Monrovia is built upon a bed of iron ore, part of which assays 90 per cent, pure iron. The town contains five thousand people, live of whom arc white. It has no dmg stores, no library, no public halls, no barber shop, no saloons, no streets and very few fences. Trey have no need for streets, as they have no horses or ] . vehicles. The population Is divided into three classes?the natives, or aborigines, the Liberians, or children born here of foreign parents, and the emigants, or foreigners. The latter are on a pa...

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. — 29 September 1886

^ VOL. XLIII. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1886. NO. 9. L ' ???B?BMgoea I Ml Hill ?? THE BATTLE OF THE BROTHERS.' r ? i V HOW BOB AM) ALF TAYLOK AKE CA.\- j VAS.MXG TE.VNEsysEiS. j Triuni|ihnl Pro^re** of Fraternal Candidate*? j ^ M? Peculiar Features of the Xovel t'nnvast?I):s- ! ? ? F<,M!in? ?u : < Fcu^in^ x vui-v^i % & i i iu .%??* ?.?? - j I)uet*?Their Pt-rienal Traits ar;d Appear- i ( ance. ! j (Special ti tie Xex York Wo-'J ) j ? Nashville, Tenm, September 23.? j j rTlie remarkable gubernatorial canvass in . i Tennessee lias made the participants in j \ it the most prominent men in the State I * at the present time. Robert and Alfred | Taylor are the too oldest sons of the j Rev. N. G. Taylor, an old and well-j , known minister of the Northern Aletlio-j /Hot /?liniv?li win lias lived the fiTCatei"! part of Ins life in the extreme northf^jp5 western counties of the State, and been ? actively engaged in farming and preach-' ^ W ing. He is a pronounced pro...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 29 September 1886

Trrfli iidnirf i mm miij "the news and hekaldTJ WDCVSBORO, S. U. iv'JEDXKSDAY, SEPTEMBER Z9, : : 188c. jyo. 8. bpyXolds ) y Zditoks. W. L. McDOyALD.l ) I DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Governor, J. P. Richardson, of Ciarendon. , Lieutenant Governor, W. L. Mauldix, of Greenville. Secretary of State, \V. Z. Leitxer, of Kershaw. Comptroller General, W. E. Stoney, of Berkeley. Attorney General, rr -* . r 0. 11. vi ouiii-ci. State Treasurer, I. S. Bamberg, of Barnwell. Adjutant and Inspector General, M. L. Box ham, Jr., of Abbeville. Superinterulent of Education, J. IL Rice, of Abbeville. COUNTY TICKET. For Representatives, Ciias. A. Douglass, Thos. S. Brice, si t> Pi-tt ivn For Probate Judyc, J no. A. II inn ant. For School Commissioner, Dr. John Boyd. For County Commissioners, H. A. Glenn, J. A. Stewart, J. T Stewart. The labor organizations of New York, however they may disagree as j to other matters, are coming to the support of Mr. Henry George for mayor with a degree of acquiescence a...

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. — 29 September 1886

r LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDXESD A V, SEPTEMBER 29, : : 1SXG. Tekmsok The News and JIeicalix? TrI-weeKIy edition, loaruonarsper annuT/i, in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars per ann um in advance; two dollars and fifty cents per annum, if not paid in advance. Uatk> for Advertising.?One dollar per inch (solid minion) for the first inser^ ficn, and rifty cents per inch for eacli subMtetit insertion. These rates applv to advertisements of every character, and are )-;. va!-'.e strictly i*i advance. Obituaries . i. iribut : > of n-.-Njii'i-t are charged for as .Marriage notices, and t amioui.eements of deaths, are pub five, a:i<l are solicited. Liberal terms i ; i-.>:?t:?ict advertisements. r?- VdverZisiMueixf**. Earthquake?Uroeschel & Co. Fanners, Take Notice?Jas. Pagan. Stolen?J. D. Jacobs, Peak's, S. C. Fall Ope'ning?J. L. Mimnaugh & Hr Sale and Feed Stables?A Wiliiford r& Son. Tax Notice?James Q. Davis, County Treasurer, w. Announcement?Wm. C. Bee & Co., C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 29 September 1886

he - \ v, the .-j; v Mr. Stockwell of Cromwell, Conn., says That ; ili- and Six 0:hrr<* Sav. It. Cromwell, Conn., september 20.?My | attention lias been called to a copy of your j paper of the iGlh Inst., containing an article j purporting to give an account of my recent encounter with the?or :<?sea seipent in | the Connecticut river opposite this place. Your reporter is rather inclined to make light of the whole affair, and says that public opinion is divided as to the appearance of the monster. 1 !o quotes Professor "William Brewer of .Middletown in this particular. Professor Brewer, while a man of great judgment and ci Million, ana an ardent student of natural history, can hardly be considered competent authority in this case, for he was not within three miles <,f the place where the serpent appeared, nor has he, to my knowledge, talked with those who saw it. At all events, he has not talked with me nor with 3Ir. Silas Sage, who was in the l>oat with me. Neither did y...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 6 October 1886

VOL. XLIII. WIXNSBORO. S. C.? WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 0, 1886. NO.IO. ?? ????aw?a?a?? mi ?s ' THE FAMOUS DEATH VALLEY. I' . : ' THREE ADVEXTIROIS MK\ tl \li THE j LO\<; LOST MIXES. Their VVaiion* Shriveled anj Their Water Bar. ! rel* Bf.it?AlinM PerUhins Krfore llir [ .>lountain<? Were Reached. j * Los Angeles, Cal., September 27.? ' \ There are now in this city three men who s have recently crossed and recrossed the i * A famous Death Valley of Southern Cali-j ^ fornia, and who have succeeded in solv- r ing a mine of mystery which has battled i ^ the most daring and skillful prospectors : for many years. The Gunsight placers : ? were located in '49, but afterward lost, c and though repeated attempts have been I c made to find them, most of the men en.-' c, r gaged in the effort have perished. . 'J About six weeks ago when A. F. Jud- f son, A. D. Spring and Barney Carter an- i v nounced tliat they were going after the j C Gunsight trail, their friends tried to e disuade them, an...

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. — 6 October 1886

* I, ! THE NEWS AND HERALD. WIXNSBORO, S. C. i WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER G, : : : 1S8C. j ( jyo. S. RFYXOLDS ) V Editoks. IV. L. JfcDOA^tZD.] j DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. {jovtmvFy j J. P. Richardson, of Clarendon. Lieutenant Governor, W. L. Mauldix, of Greenville. Secretary of State, \V. Z. Leitxer, of Kershaw. Comptroller General, W. E. Stoxey, of Berkeley. Attorney General, J. IL Earle, of Sumter. State Treasurer, I. S. Bamberg, of Barnwell. Adjutant and Inspector General, M. L. Bosham, Jr., of Abbeville. Superintendent of Education, J. II Rice, of Abbeville. COUNTY TICKET. For Representatives, Ciias. A. Douglass, Tiios. S. Bkice, S. R. Rutland. For Probate Jad'je, . . - JNO. A. II INN ANT. For School Commmioner, Dr. Joins: Botd. For County Uommiwioncrs, II. A. Glenn, J. A. Stewakt, J. T- Stewart. Wiggins says he didn't say it, and that the American press has greatly j him The Philadelphia Times remarks: j "Since the shake shook even Blaine is silent on the Solid South." - . - . - j Heavy...

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