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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 22 February 1882

B KrTHE^EWSA^DHERALl). ' "VTESXSBOKO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, February 22, : : : 18S2. rip" tfyo. S. REYNOLDS. ASSOCIATE EDITOR. 1^. Colonel Tillman say? that universal suffrage means universal damnation. p . The Virginia Readjustee-are qnarP" "j'eling among themselves in a truly ? unchristian manner. 1" Judge IIook, of Augusta, is prominently named as the Independent candidate for governor in Georgia. The United States Senate has confirmed the appointment of Thomas I>. *??? /lAlln/if A!? f]?r* 1 /?*" ao wiiv.v/ivi vi buv y\s*. v vj Charleston. ? Alex Stephens has celebrated his seventieth birthday, in spite of predictions that he would die fortv vears * * ago. lie is as lively as a cricket, and * his head is chock full of brains. Eulogies have been pronounced in the Senate and House in honor of the ??* - late M. P. O'Connor. Colonel Evins ' -T:7 paid a touching and eloquent tribute to the memory of his deceased colp^Teague. - Any person by enclosing a dollar to "Hon. Charles Guiteau, U...

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 February 1882

* pb- ' ' - ? I ! ! ! t II?TTT LOCAL IXTEUJljh.MJi. WEDNESDAY, Feyoarj- 23. : : : 1882. ?KRMS <kF THE XKWS AND HERALD. -Tri-weekly edition, four dollars /tcr anaw,i. in advance; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cents pera/tm'in, in advance- Libera! discount to clubs of five and vmvards. * " Kates of ad> ?v,..v, per inch for the first insertion, y ad fifty cents per inch for each subseo ?ent insert'on. These rates apply to all ad vertisements. of whatever nature, and arc paynbie strictly in advance. Contracts for three, or twelve months made on very liberal tenns. Transient local notices, fifteen cents per ;ine for the first insertion and seven and one-half cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and r tributes of respect charged as adver[ tiscments. Simple announcements 01 marriages and deaths published free 01 *harge. and solicited. A.li communication.-. of whatsoever fly- nature, should be addressed to the w.'Mnsboro Publishing Company Wiunsboro, S. C. ...

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. — 22 February 1882

WeaTing the Web, "This mom I will weave my web," she said, As she stood by her loom in the roey light, And her young eyes, hopefully glad anl clear, Followed afar the swallows flight. " As soon as the day's first task are done, While yet I am fresh and strong," said she, " I will hasten to weave the beautiful web Whose pattern is known to none but me! "I will weave it fine, I will weave it fair, And ah! how the colors will glow!" she said; " So fadeless and strong will I weave my web That perhaps it will live after I am dead." Bnt the morning hours sped on apace, The air grew sweet with the breath of June; And young love hid by the waiting loom, Tangling the threads as he hummed a tune" Ah! life is so rich and full," she cried, "And morn is short, though the days are long! This noon I will weave my beautifol web I will weave it carefully, fine and strong." But the son rode high in the cloudless sky; The burden and heat of the day she bore, And hither and thither the came and went, W...

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. — 1 March 1882

WEEKLY EMTION. WiyySBORO, S. C., wii)yESDA Y. MARCH 1, 1882. ESTABLISHED Df 1844, Our School-Honse by t:ie Way, Some distance from the roadside inn, Adown a pleasant street, Wheio, summer (lavs, you'd see the prints Of little, bate, brown feet, \ O'er which the great, cool shadows fell . Through all the gladsome day? There stood, by trees a secret kept, Our school-house by the way. * Outside it had a dress of white? Had windows half a scoreHad blinds as many, brightly green-? wbp1 a sicgse western aoor. Within, a uall of dainty white, Of books a bright array, With flowers and pictures; all made glad Oar schoil-hoiise by the way. Southward, two maples, twins by birth, And twin-? to growth aud mien, With branches, twisting overhead, y* Where bird ling nests were seen, y Stood guard, and through the summer-time i he sunshine kept at bay, Lest it should beam unkindly on Our school-house by the way. Northward, an elm of wondrous size, His branches drooping down, Threw all the day its wav...

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. — 1 March 1882

PTHE SEWS AND HERALD. WTNNSBORO, S. C. \FEI>XEalDAT, March 1, : : : 1882. j K. afJM.YS DA VIS, eniTOK. .1XQ. %. RETXOLD8. associate Editor. j Thk Senate has passed a bill putting ; $; * Grant on the retired list at a salary of j about ten thousand dollars a year. Blaixe is receiving a severe rasping for his attempt to entangle United States in South American squabbles. ||| Is 1864, thirteen men organized the order of the Knights of Pythias. The organization now numbers over a hundred thousand members. Johx Kelly lias gone to Florida for his health. Should he locate permanently iu orange groves the Democratic party would be greatly benefit led. The.total visible supply of cotton for the world is 3,151,799 bales, of ??T... which 2,530.083 is American, against 2,839,414 and 2,419,000 respectively ; last year. "With a great flourish of trumpet? Dp Lessens took ehanre of the Isthmus of Panama a year ago, and promised h canal in no time. As yet only a small trench has been du<? at o...

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. — 1 March 1882

f LOCAL LNTELLKiiiiNUK. . ftzdsksday, march 1, : : : 1882. Terms of The News and Herald. -Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per anmti.t, in advance; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty ceuts per ann um, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs of five and upwards. Kates of Advertising.?One dollai per inch for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each subscQ tent Ir.jF insertion. These rates apply to all ad jj^f vertisements, of whatever nature, and ?r*? navahlp strictlv in advance. Con " j? . ~ tracts for three, 'six or twelve months f- riade on very libera! terms. Transient local notices, fifteen cents per ;ine for the first Insertion and seven and one-half cents per line for each t-ubsequentinsertiou. Obituaries and - tributes of respect chaired as advertisements. Simple announcements 01 H k., ??arriages and deaths published free 01 R Hbl charge, aud solicited. |P? A.II communications, of whatsoever mature, should be addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing" Company Wmnsbo...

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. — 1 March 1882

fTHE SET Df 18S2. Amotber Interesting Year for $ tar-Gazers ? <Conjunctions and Transits. If 1881 was pre-eminently the astrologers' year, owing to the great conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn, upon which so many frightful prophecies were based, 1882 will be, in a similar sense, the astronomers' year on account of the transit of Venus. The transit does not ocnn? Ttrtf.il TW^mTwr. Vvnf-. sstrnnn mers are already preparing for their observations of it. In fact they began their preparations more than twenty-five years ago, so important is tbis event to astronomical science. By the transit of Venus is meant the passage of that planet between the earth and the sun, so that the planet is seen against the disk of the sun like a black dot. It owes its importance to the fact that it furnishes, perhaps, the best means of measuring the distance between the earth and the sun, and this distance is the astronomer's yardstick, without which he cannot get along. The more accurately the sun's dist...

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. — 8 March 1882

H WEEKLY EDITION. ^ WINNSBOEO, S. WEDNESDAY, MAECH 8, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1844. |j ^.... - i .1 ~? I I i????i?? ? Ramon. fBefugio^Mino. Northern Mexico.] Drunk and seamless in bis place, k. >. Prone aad sprawling oa bis face, Jffore brute^than any man tafr Alive or dead-1^, "By his great pump out of pr Xav the peon engineer, jfe TVaking only just to bear. Overhead, Angry tones that called his name, , Oaths and cries of bitter blame? Vr Woke to hear this, and waking, turned and 9ed: ' " To the man svlio'il bring to me," Cried Intendast Harry Lee? Hany Lee, the English foreman of the mine? ^ "'-Bring the sot alive or dead, f% I will give to him," he said, "Fifteen hundred pesos down, Jusf to get the rascal's crown Underneath this heel of mine; Since but death Deserves the man whose deed, Be it vice or want of heed, Stops t"ie pamps that give us breath, % Stops the pumps that euck the death ISroai the poisoned lower levels t the mine ?' "No one answered, for a cry From the shaft ro...

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. — 8 March 1882

THE SEWS AND HERALD. WMKSBORO, S. C. "WEDNESDAY. March 8, : : : 1882. b. MV.ASS DAVTS, eihtor. RETXfH.liS. associate editor. The indictment drawn against the Star Route thieves covers more than a hundred paired s. General SkobelefF. the fiery Russian whose after dinner speech exasperated Bismarck, lias been ordered into temporary retirement by the Czar. An* extra session of the Texas Legislature has been cailod to redistrict the State. Five new Congressmen are to be elected: making eleven in all for the State. ^ e Trrr \ri:vrinio TITO jliic* 7 ii^iiiia ii>ca\iju"i\.ic7 nu? v ^/?vL pared an apportionment bill which will give them eight Congressmen and the Democrats only two. This is as neat a gerrymander as could possibly l>e devised. Twkxty Nihilists are 011 trial in Russia for the assassination of the Czar. They evince 110 terror, and the three women among them actually interrupt the court by their levity and jocose remarks. They have been taking lessous from Guitean. ? .Maho...

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. — 8 March 1882

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WfiDXESOAT, March S. t : : 1883. Terms of TiteNews and Herald. i ??" -Tri-weeklv edition, four dollars per & jnnvhtj in advance; weekly edition, . two dollars and fifty cents per annum, - in advance. Liberal discount to clubs ?*f five and upwards. Bates ok Advertising.?One dollai " per inch for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each subseq ?ent g insertion. These rates.apply to all ad r - vertiseinents, of whatever natu rc, and ?re payable strictly in advance. Contracts for three, six or twelve months Toade on very liberal terms. Tran* sient local notices, fifteen cents per iine for the first insertion and seven aud one-half cents per line for each J*'' sub^auentinsertion. Obituaries and ^ tributes of respect charged as adver^ tisements. Simple announcements 01 Mk in&rriagres and deaths published free 01 ^harge, and solicited. I A!) communications of whatsoever nature, should he addressed to the \finnsboro Publishing Company Wiitnsboro, S....

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. — 8 March 1882

"ST1TPN MTMITPC ? A Xcw York Joarnalist'it Notes on an 1 Ocfan Trip. There is another class of what are technichaliy called " ship dressers," I writes Howard Carrol in the New York , Times. refer to "the spasmodic or : sudden and unexpected dresser." To describe one of the class is to de- i scribe them all. She came on board j the ship clad as sensibly and appropriately a< a woman could be. She was | not one of those deluded mortals who ! had been governed by the guide-books. | Evidently she had not taken the follow- j ing very bad advice which, is given in j one of the most popular of them: "If I yon are going abroad for a season of' travel, take almost nothing. You can ; never know what you need until the necessity arises. If you anticipate you misiudere. Your American nnffit. will render toil an oddity in England. But do not change there, or yon will be still more singular in Paris. It is as well to start with but one dress besides the one yon wear on the steamer?anything yon ...

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. — 15 March 1882

WEEKLY EDITION.^ WIXNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY. MAECH 15, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1844. Siiow Flakes. Over the people the snow comes down ; tOver the murky town : Down in the grime, And the sliruc, or * V'- Down in the dust, And the crust, Down from aloft, in fleeces soft, V To be trodden in trampled soi!. | So, out effceavec, sweet love is sent, Sroftly to mortals lent; "- > "Whitely it falls te Over.walls \ Anci* halls; Purely descend?, Till it blends With life: ^nre as the snow, nntil dark below,' 'Under tramping of earthly strife. Dark, in the tarnish'and tramp of met Yet to be raised again; Yet to aspire, From mire, S.ill higher; Yet to arise In the gnise 1 Of lov?; ? Out of moruing TT>ist, ecrenel. kissed By the light -jf our Father -bove ! Xnfh>n<r rtf >>pf>rr?r? lrwfc hfllftw Earth caaiii t keep the snow Over all chains, ^a<l pains, And stainsLove, gnto air, !v. Li3? prayer, - Above? Ont of eaa thly mist, serenely kissed, ^ ' Shall arise to the Father of 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. — 15 March 1882

TUENEWS AND HERALD. { WlXXSIiORO, S. C. "*YED>*EiiDAT, March 15. : : : 1SX2. h. MK.4XS DAVIS. Kk!T?I?; ?.vw. s. UEYXOLi>S. Ki-n*..: Wf. arc much obl'iiod to (\>!i<riec>men Evins lor some v.; 1 liable public* documents. Senator Hurler is doiujr irood work St- in endeavoring to secure national ai<i |r- ^ fur our schools. Tite Uev. Henry liiylilaJid Gnvnctt. the leading colored ]>ivacher of the United States, died last week in Liberia. whith?M- lie had been sent :.s Sr A wlinr (In was a fugitive slave from Maryland. It is said that Enoch Prat?, v. ! o :r;:ve a million dollars to found a library in Baltimore never road a book through - in his life. Thi> can hardly be true: bnt if it is it shows that Mr. Pratt. feelthat he would have been better for havin?r read bo kshiruseli". and believeothers oiurht to read them. ? Axothkx appl.cunt for W est rolu: has nit.de himself conspicuous hv shooting an assailant. This time it -was young Duncan, of Kentucky, who gj**'- -...

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. — 15 March 1882

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY, March 15. : : : 1S82. y|r Terms of The News and IIekau;. E? -Tri-weekly edition, four dollars pet SB anum.t. in advance: weekly edition, two doiiars and fifty cents peruviana. in advance. Liberal discount to club< t_! of live and upwards. \ ; Kates of Advertising.?Onedollai per inch for the first insertion, a .id fifty cents i**r inch for each suh>e<i .ent insertion. Tliese rates apply to rui ad vcrtisements, of whatever nam re, and ^ are payable strictly in advance. < ontracts for three, >ix or twehe months made on very liberal teinis. Transient local notices, fifteen cents per ^ ;ine for the first insertion and seven > and one-half cent* per line for mj; n f subsequent insertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as auvvrtisements. Simple announcements or ma? riairc.- ami <i?*aths published lVeeoi "barge, and solicited. P communications. of whatsoever! H BP fwttnre. should be addressed t<> the Wi:t?is!>oro Publi...

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. — 15 March 1882

AHOXG THE SENATORS. Scene* ia Use Unlt<rd States Seuw.tr. ^ To one who visits the city of Wash iu. mo wxiiter, a cmei point 01 attraction must *iways be the scene where the law. of the nation are made. Even to ctase who take no special interest h politics, the two chambers of the National Congress present curious and instructive features. 'Our Republic has provided sumptuous and imposing quarters for its legislators. Those who see the Capitol for the first time, rising, with its mighty dome and its broad white wings on tiie crest of a hill which overlooks the entire city, are tempted to exclaim that, before it, the most famous palaces on/1 ^niMinnrc at M**v? VJi JUIUV^/O J-UX^A J.VA and commonplace. The interior of the noble edifice harmonizes with the beauty of its outer aspect. On entering the great doors, and penetrating from ths rotunda to the many corridors -which radiate in in every direction, you cannot fail to observe the most expensive decoration and the most elaborate b...

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. — 22 March 1882

?ppp r . ' | II I 1 WEEKLY EDITIO N. WPfffSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1882, ESTABLISHED IN 1844. |j| ^ "tYhen it Rains. When it mas, and with the rain Never bird has heart to sing, nd acroes the window pane Is no sunlight glimmering; > When a pitiless refrain | Brings a tremor to the lips, ? Onr tears are like the rain As it drips, dtips, drips? like the sad unceasing rain as it drips. Tm iV. L ?nen ine agio, vi ucntcu a uiuo Is blurred and blotted quite, And the dreamy day to you la but a long twilight; f "When it seems that ne'er again Shall the sun break its eclipse, Our tears are like the rain As it drips, drips, drips? Like the endless, friendless rain as it drips. "Wh^n it rains : weary heart, Oh, be of better cheer! The leaden clouds will part And the morrow will be clear. Take up your load again, i With a prayer upon your lips, 5 Thanking heaven for the rain, As it drips, drips, drips? Wilt ttte golden Dow or promise as it drips. ?James W. Riley. LOSING HER SITUATI...

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 March 1882

;Jp _ THE NEWS AM) HEKALD. I WEJNSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY. March 22. : : : 1882. K. MF.ANS DAVIS, EDITOR. avu. S. BEYXOLDS. ASSOCIATE ET>ITOK. "VI *-? T s\ rT\* Arvl'ir V?qc T*r>r*n immi. tnated for mayor of Colutnhia by "citizens Irrespective of party." Bes Hill has had a third operation performed for cancer in the mouth, and still the doctors say he will reCoxgressman Aiken, in a recent speech, showed that Pennsylvania get* one-half of the entire benefit conferred by the tariff on iron mongers. It is said that the recent arrests in Sumter have about stamped out the ^independent talk" that prevailed in certain sections there some time ago. Judge Blatchford. ~>f New York, has been appointed to the Associate Justiceship declined by Conkling and Edmunds. The new appointee is well spoken of by Northern papers. The National Republican commands Senator .Tones' "white man's government" speech as eminently "liberal and statesmaulike." Who'd ever have thought it? Great Britain will s...

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 March 1882

jWWIII.-'W.pIt II 11 II T I II ? LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ^teldxesday, march ?Z. : : ; 1882 Terms of The News and Herald -Tri-weekly edition, four dollars i>e\ annvu, in advauce; weekly edition two. dollars and fifty cents per annum ? in advance. Liberal discount to club: of live and upwards. Ratks ok Advertising.?One <iolla per inch for the first insertion. a?i( fifty cents per inch for each sabseg ien . insertion. The>e rates apply to ail ad ^vertisemehtfr, of whatever native, am are payable strictly in advance. Con tracts for three, six or twelve month wade on very liberal terms. Iran sient local notices, fifteen cejfits pe; ? .ine for the first insertion s&iV s$vei y and one-half cents per Hue for eacl * subsequent insertion. Obituaries ant tributes of resj)ect charged s* adver ^isements. Simple announcements o Mfefc. Miurriai^es and deaths published free o bHL. and solicited. E AJI communications?' of whatsoevei nature, should be addressed to the Wij.nshoro Publi^kiag C...

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. — 22 March 1882

|| FARM, GIRDED AXD HOUSEHOLD. :uunse in Horses. This is caused by an insect. Whitewash the stable and stalls with lime and cover the floor also with it, as the mange insect will live upon the woodwork for some months, and return to the horse if not destroyed. Treat as follows for the disease: Make an ointment of lard, twelve parts, carbolic acid, one part, and sulphur, two parts. Eub these together thoroughly, until it is -vreil mixed and smooth. "Work some of 1 his ointment into the affected por. . tion of the skin twice a day. Give an ounce of flour of sulphur daily in the feed, until the perspiration of the horse cmollc n'irrmerlv r\f if fVion ^ior>nntirmo it, but continue the use of the ointment for some time longer, until the ?kin recovers a healthy appearance. " Experiments in Feedine Hogs. An Iowa farmer put up thirty OEeyear old hogs for fattening, acd for the first twenty days fed them on shelled corn, of which they ate eighty-three $ bushels. During this period they ga...

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 March 1882

WEEKLY EDITION. WIXNSBOPtO, S. C., WEDXESDAY. MARCH 29, 1882. ^ ESTABLISHED IN 1844. - L V Euildin:* on the Sand. 11 well to woo, 'tis well to wed, For so the world hath done Since myrtles grew and roses blew, And morning brought the sun; But have a care, yo young and fair, Be sure ye pledge with truth; Bo certain that your love will wear Beyond the days of youth. |||g, For if you give sot heart for heart, gsy . A3 well as hand for hand, You'll find, you've played the unwise part. And " built upon the sarrd." 'Tis well to save, ?t:s well to have A goodly fctore of gold. ?*\UU Il'JM fXIOUgU Oi Oiuily For charily is cold. But placc not ali your Lope and trust In what the deep mine springs, We cannot live on yellow dust Uniuixed with purer things: And he who piles up wealth alone Will often have to stand ^ neeiue ms coner ciiest auu. una 'Tia " built upon the sand.'' 'Tis good to speak in kindly guise, And soothe where'r we can; Fair spcech should bind the human mind, And love link man...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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