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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 10 November 1886

w LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDITESDAY, XOVE5TBEK 10, : 1886. Terms op The News asd Herald.? Tri-weekly edif;on, four dollars 'per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars per annum in advance; two dollars ana tifty cents -per annum, if not paid in advance. Kates for Advertisixg.?One dollar per inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each sub\ seiuent insertion. These rates apply to advertisements of every character, and are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries and tribut ;s of respect are charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and simple announcements of deaths, are pubL iished free, and are solicited. Liberal terms f.,r contract advertisements. H .< ?.? Aiit?r:item?nu. if| Plantation for Rent or Sale?Giles J. Yatterson, Chester, S. C. r Loeai ^rierg. ?Noy is the time to dig sweet potatoes^ ?This iV the sort of weather for sowing wheat. ?Don't negact to pay the preacher fjr what yon owe ilm. ?The mouth cS the Bartholdi statue of lib...

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. — 10 November 1886

| COTTON CULTUBE. A TALK WITH A Vot.VG Gi:.MLL3U.N : i J;OM KUSSXA. s lie is Sent to iJ?:< Country to Siutly onr Mctlicxis of Caltiyating Cotton?How it r| is Grown in Other Countries?Some 1 Strange Ways of Cultivating the ^triple | in Russia, etc. i For some mouths past a young Kus-' sian, Mr. Peter K. S!i/.kin, has been . *' . stopping wiia Hon. W. L. Perk, of Kockdate county, and by his gentlemanly bearing has won the esteem of , all wLh y/hom he has come in contact. J ZNIr. Sizkin was sent to America by the Xicolskv Manufacturing Company, ' near Moscow. Russia, for the purpose of investigating the methods of cotton ? culture in this country, with a view to j introdu ;ing the same in liussia. j! Mr. Slizkin is a cultnredjgentleinan,; and having traveled extensively, pos- j SCSSVU yi iuim V>1 >ii; "lAV* mation, hencc well equipped for the mission on which he comes. He said: "Colonel Ferk ha.? been very kind to me, and from his neighbors I have received only courteous treat...

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. — 17 November 1886

I -J i VOL. XI,!IK WIXNSBQKO, S. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1886. NO. 16. j a ... a STt'.cv.iMi o: v; ; .; state rAi?:v\t.. .? --\\ J:::; i-. I), w.r.tiu *;1 r:: i \ - i I,:- s ||fe, in lirl&il. The State Farmers' Convention rati iii Agricultural Hull, Colcmbi:?. or/iucs??? day, tae 9tl> insL, called to order by Cap:. I). It. TiliiniiM, <?; IU^oCat>t. Tillman tiici; woeec-uul to an address of which tlic Coluiiibia Ilcgister mr.iics the following synopsis: Capt. Tillman stated that owing to his having been called upon frequently to . sjjealx throughout the State the past s-.nm- ! raer, he had acquired somewhat & facility for extemporaneous spealiing, hut tLat as he could not follow his subject . with that force of statement and logical sequence that he observed in his writ incs. he would not attempt to address the Convention extemporaneously. He. therefore, had written an address, and would read it before the Convention. lit tiien read the address, which, to begin with,...

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. — 17 November 1886

I 0 THE NEWS AND HERALD. | WiNNSDORO, S. C. r r "WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, : : XSSG. i 1JXO. S. HXYXOLVS ) > EVI-.oks. 1 r v*n.nv ?m : I Prince Waldemor has been elected to succeed Prince Alexander as ruler ! of Bnlgarv. Only fifty dollars of the l?st \ ear's taxes for the State of Alabama remains uncollected. A good showing j foi any State. i We congratulate Brother Morgan of the Chester Bulletin on his marriage and wish for him and his bride a lon<r i and happy life. A Henry Geohge Club has been organized in Philadelphia for the pur- j pose of having a hand in the election j for mayor in February next. The Democratic Legislature uf Call- j fornia insures the election of a Demo- [ cratic United States Senator to succeed j the present Senator, who is a Repub- i 11C&U. It is said that George II. Thoebe, j the opponent of Speaker Carlisle in | the late Congressional race, will con- j test the seat of Mr. Carlisle on the ! ground of fraud. The latest news in regard :o the great...

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. — 17 November 1886

m ? _?.? ? LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. / WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, : : 1S8C. Tjeicms of The News and Hehald.? Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars r per annum in advance; two dollars and . tifty c<-nts }ter annum, if not paid in adi:.vTKS koi: Advertising.?One dollar p? r ii:cli (solid minion) for the lirst inserand liftv cents per inch fur each sub f.-..- .ue;t insertion. These rates appjy iu ;?slvi*rt:M'j:?wjts of every character, and are ; ; : strictly i:: acfvaixe. Obituaries : ir.. : i;l n: {>ect are charged for as iiarr:;t?e rsoti.-es, and - ;.r .< <;uno;;:.tvmuuts of <!eaths, are t>ul>- ; .> '. itini sire solicited. Li berai terms f act advertisements. C. Bart & Co., Charleston, S. C. c..i?e_\v rr Ken-. (;. (j. p. : L VviUl fv 5 oai^o? * i . ? f |||- Notice to Creditors?Chas. A. Doug\ Closing Out Sale?J. L. Mimnaugh ! \ & Co. \ Sheriff *s Sales?Juo. D. MeCarlev, 1 k F. C. ' ; 1 Citation?J. R. Boyle?, Judge a...

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. — 17 November 1886

i:i U How I't'ui'lc's fieai a:;<l J '"sylvs art' | Dclnli'd. : C The current number of the Peiiman's r Art Journal contains complete a paper 11 on "Disputed Hand vailing," prepared : by its editor, D. T. Ames, the v/eil I j JVHV ??Li jfcJdllllctllfrllljJ UA^vi lj C&ULll 1U?U Kf\,- I j fore the Business Educators" Colvc-h- t tion. The subject is of such broad and ; \ genaral interest us to -warrant the repro-; j duction of the article in these columns: ! ^ "This is a subject ti*i:t has been grow-1 ing greatly in importance ^ lug the j' past few years?that is tho legal invest:- \ } gation of questions arising from hand-; writing in our courts of justice. With reference to the value of such labor as j experts are able to perform in this re- i ] L XI * * 1 AWTI. 1 l specL mere is a wiue uurtcuvc <.'i j ion. Many of the jurists of our clay ] esteem it highly, and many not quite so 1 highly. The question really comes to i he?is there any such a thing as scientific and satisfacto...

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. — 24 November 1886

t ??^1|(1^Mwrr^Brnpr_rl ? 1 - m? 1 ill i m >iirTW?rTimB i:ii.ijL_imiLJmi_________^,^_?___ jjLLjLjii__iiiijLiMiiiJTmTTT~~'**'~*~******~*"~?'1 < ?ajaaBegj^MPaa?a3L , ini'iiim?tag????? ?M???^WMBMB???? __ .. . " ~ " " ??? - ? ? - ~ ' ~ VOL. XLIII. WINXSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 188(5. NO. 17. AN IMPORTED BUTLER. ! , THE \EK; ?:IKKT!\<; iiKiom ; ! KJ.K<; x-. \TK5\M>\. Tht* (*hr<{t:crfil Cari-cr uT a >ia;i Vt :?> \Vau!i*i! to Eujov fli-c Money?A (iood story i>y M?"rice E. E::a!i. i I Mr. Feleg V. Atkinson was a good ; man, and, if he hud been a poor man, lie would have been a happy one. But, ; unfortunately, he was rich, and he had gone to Europe?:ls that amiable Sir j Lepci (1 rill in once said?to finish an education that had never been begun at i home. Peleg V. Atkinson, without the 'OJr.'" | which, in obedience to what he was as-! sured was a New York custom, he al- ! ways Lad engraved on his cards, was worth much at the foot of a chcck. j X It was...

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. — 24 November 1886

THE NEWS AND HERALD. !i WCiXSBOBO, S. C. ! i, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24,: : 1880. ? ? I J> O. S. HPYSOLJtS } 'r eono::s. W. L. McLOSALD.' ) Since Dakota will probably turn Democratic the Republicans are not i howling for its admission as a ^tate. Telegrams of the 17th inst. give an account of the first great snow storm of the season in Minnesota, ; TJ7-:?anA Tr.?-a T< 15 } j,p llCUVi- I nr ijwiism uuv4 av .?v,. ? est so early in the season tor a number j of years. Ex-President Arthur died at his residence in New York on Thursday. He had been a sufferer for some time with a complication of diseases, but j the immediate cause of his death was ; cerebral apoplexy- While his admin- . istration as rresiueni wa> uui. u umi- . liant one, hi3 record was most excellent and his death will be regretted by I all men irrespective of party. Suita- ; ble honors were paid to his memory j by all the departments of the Govern- j ment. District Attornky Bkxson*, of Missouri, who was suspended a ...

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. — 24 November 1886

/ LOC.iL INTELLIGENCE. Hk, WKDXESIiAY, XOVK3IKEK 24, : : 18SG. - . ?|^ Tekmsof Thk Nev-'s and Herald.? Tri-w?giHy edition, four dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars per annum in advance; two dollars and fifty cents per annum, if not paid in ad|fy iIatks koh Advertising.?One dollar pvr inclj (solid minion) for the first inser. lion, and fifty cents per inch for each sub<.. .ijm.t irxfrzum. These rates aw>Iv to advertisements of cverv character, and are ; strictly i:: advance. Obituaries ^ rn-i *s o? reNjH*ct are charged for as ..iwni me::ls. Marriage notices, and - .. ; i.- ai::i<>i:r.cc;nenLs of deaths, are pubiir.i.fu Ire#-, and are solicited. Liberal terms ^ ! ; contract advertisements. ? \ t: r: iseitient *?.. Fancy Goods?W. E. Aiken. Restaurant?F. W. Ilubenieht. We Are Receiving Daily?S. S. Wolf.. Agent's Sale?Jno. D. McCarlcy, " Agent. Enterprise Meat Choppers?J. H. Cummings. Resilience lor Sale?Rev. Willard I Richardson. ! B To Stove-Buyers Ev...

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. — 24 November 1886

! iJb' KFKKt T i\ !xv\ !it*uri (.ro.-.'!,' 10 !>< i.n!>or (andiiiaU' for tini're^isieiH'y. ; , The widespread interest in the Henry j Geo *ge movement and the large vote polled for him emphasizes the impres-1 si'ju created within the k.>t few weeks . that a new and important element must' he taken into account considering the ' < eliances of the old parties in the ['residential straggle &: i?>. Suppose that , ' -11 ' Tjreorgo SiiOUiU li:eu Oviiiiw in New York city that lie polled recently. ( That lie will be the Labor candidate for the Presidency two years hence was decided weeks ago. when it became apparent that he was to get something of a vote. His right hand manager, Mr. Louis j r. L'ost, said three days ago that enough j votes were assured and enough interest j had been awakened in George's canvass j to warrant making him the Labor candi- j date against Cleveland and Blaine, and it j was a settled fact that he would run. i 'We shall draw votfcs from both p...

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 December 1886

* . " -a 1 VOL. XLII1. WIXXSBORO. S. ., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1886. NO. 18. i ? -^^^^ .^ zy^r^i?z^ryj^CT35g?lggag3Ugl?iitt- IIH?J"I1'I! mm BILC?H?BQ-lg'tV .11 f ill'll'Tlilmi 1 ' "*? ' ' 'H?S3?fl????na^M? W THE GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. I I i AN KXH.t i'STIVj: KKY1 ?:W )J TliK J ASTAillS <)!' ST \ ! A Full i'nsnil.tlioii of tSs<- t?> Ks:? ' rase tin- :i::i ni'Oitr l.av. j During the Vw+vnl S<s>ioii. i The message" of Governor Sheppard I was read in the General Assembly on Wednesday the 2:th nit. Below is given a synopsis of its contents. The State debt is now $<;,111.-"37, ffiV which yet to be fanded at fifty cents on the dollar. ' . Governor Sheppard recommends that the time for funding, except l>y special Act of the Legislature, be limited to ' )! |~ WlVWij XWV. THt TAX LAW'S. HL After reviewing the tax system in general, Governor Sheppard points out the following defects: First. "All property subject to taxation" is not assessed. Second. "A uniform and equal rate ...

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 December 1886

1 . THE NEWS AND HERALD. j? TOfNSBOBO, S. C. ! i WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1. : : 1886. ( JVO. 8. BFYXOZDS ) , . > EDIT0K8. W. Z. McDONJ-LD.) ) | Pkksidext Cleveland and family i j will dine on Christmas day iu his new j; country residence. ] Greenland, it is said, has only one 1 newspaper. What a happy time the j editor must have with the whole field to himself. ( It appears from the animal report of j the Commissioner of Internal Revenue I that there were five hundred and sixty- ;J four illicit stills seized during the year | just passed. The number of wine-rooms in Al- ; lanta has been greatly increased since i orohibition went into effect. It is j said that spirits of any kind can be i bought at these places. ] All that remains of ex-President Arthur was deposited in Rural Ceme-j tery, near Albany, 011 Monday. There was 110 pomp or grand display, bat everything was conducted in the very best taste. Members of Congress are already gathering at the national capital, and with them the...

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 December 1886

KESDAT, DECEMBER 1, : : 1886. Lmsof The News and Herald.? ieekly edition, four dollars per annum, ranee. Weekly edition, two dollars mum in advance; two dollars and onfe ru>r nnrtitrn. if Tint T>a.id in ad Ites for Advertising.?One dollar Ich (solid minion) for the first inserland fifty cents per inch for each sub nt insertion. These rates appiv to rtiseiitcnts of every character, and. are l>Ie strictly in advance. Obituaries iril> at ;s of "respect are charged for as ki>?*uients. .Marriage notices, and U- stmiour.ceraents of deaths, are pubi free, and are solicited. Liberal terms Plbutnict advertisements. I i.i\.Ttl?eiiienr*. Jerk's Notice?Jno. J. Neil, Clerk, annual Report?Jas. Q. Davis, i( iir;er?. Mrs. T. P. Michell is visiting her ghter, Mrs. J. T. Chalmers. Wild turkeys are said to be plen-, i in some sections of our conntv. BW -->ir. o. jtienry, 01 me v^nesier , was in town on Thursday on proional business. agS Several appeal cases from Fairfield ! be argued...

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 December 1886

MS 1MMTI0X PROUMH * ' " .-'t. THl* IM PORTA\T Ql ESTIO.N t O.\>!D-j a EKED \.Mt WsUEKED. ] A Stroiij; Pr?-*?.*iit;?liosj ?>ixiu- ii3ic;tcy <>f [,au< I'rohibitiiis II"* ??l" Vrdciit v * (/"/'Osti tftC jj",'( ~~' t ) ? Jtuis sounamg epigram na.s uccjuiu ?. quite familiar. It W one 01 the c Jin- i jnon-places among those who advoc&m i the licensure of drinl"-:ng"s:doon*. Xo < debate can be had on the policy i giving legal sanction to drinking es"ft : lishments, without calling out such! i defences as are embraced in the piopo- 1 sitions: "Taxes w'd be heavier:" "Private liberty should not be :n-1 j vadedf' "Sumptuary lavvsareo^'ons:^ ;; "Prohibition does not prohibit.' Each of these propositions, as used 1U tiit; lliiuiucii VI jkjuas* -Jvn: -.13, -v. . lacious. "Taxes would be heavier." ; l>u? suppose trie very law which < :>-3 off the profit from the liquor license i diminishes expenditures, what ihr-nr Some ot our smaller tow n?, the in;-- .ie from lice...

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 December 1886

WINNSBORO, S. C.. W?i)NKSI):VV/DECEMBER ^188G/^ " NO. 19. F THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. tk-k'wvii.s 'i'jcxs: .in r;ss: ojxond " * "\v;;r."k 'or thj; sk*.iox. . jjjfr TIi? Lttvinakcrs Ism*.:t ;*.? liar*I jaSW Work?Olasly Intr^tittvcd )i?y Coiisiuc-retl. The second week of the session of ISstj-vaSs sftcketl tiv the introduction of the-usual ucanlier oi Lills, ?.?rce important. sonic aecuiiss-?iome that vrili pass, many' that will suffer the defeat they de|p serve. * The^enezjftl ^Asseatbiy-' has settled down to~ actual ?*ork,"autl llie 'fruit of its" labors'will ere long-be visible to the people. Wo give 4>fclow p. synapsis of t-Le proceedings, .condensed fronr the da2y papers. - -1 St-ants*. ^ The Senate's short .session was a verv > busy'one. Many bills were introduced,a large nuruber 'df reports were made apd the Calendar was cleared of all measures except; ttho$e ^provocative^..oi spcechmakn^g:-* There was. objection to the conUdgEsftaon' of. the. .Charleston and Sumtneryille reas...

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 December 1886

THE NEWS AND ilhtfAU). : WlXXSBOIiO, S. C. wednesday, december 8, : : 188g. j.y O. S. KFYXOLDS ) >- emtok?. tr. L. XcBOXALD.] j Anderson City will remains dry for ! another term. The election was held last week. Laurens has gone back to her first love, and hereafter licenses will be granted for the sale of spirituous i liquors. There was a tight contest. J Prohibition is being agitated in a j lively manner in several towns and citie3 ox this States. It does seem j that this question will, ere long, as- i snme a national aspect in earnest, and no one at the present can safely prophecy the result. Whiskey may be ! legally run out in time, but it is our j candid opinion that until the mil- j lenium it will never be totally de- j stroyed. j A bill has been introduced into the j Alabama Legislature to remove the ; legal disabilities of women, and it will i probably be passed at the present ses-: sion. It puts a married woman on j precisely the same footing with a man i as to all her 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. — 8 December 1886

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, : : 18SG. Tekms ov The News and JEIerald.? Tri-weekly edition, four dollars par annum, in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars j^r annum in advance; two dollars and Iifty cents per annum., u not pam in aaTance. Hates ton Advertising.?One dollar i>t-r inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each subsequent insertion. These rates applv to advertisements of every character, and are H payable, strictly, in advance. Obituaries ||lr alio tributes ef'respect are charged for as gjjf a?lvertiM<tlients. Marriage notices, and ra| simple uRiumr.cements of deaths, are pubB si-?l:<*d free, and are solicited. Liberal terms f..r contract advertisements. New Furniture?R. W. Phillips. News Agency?DnBose Eglesten. On the War-path?Q. D. Willi ford Pa w w* ^ t.Hrai liners. - . ?This a good time to fix up your - i strawberry beds and plant grape vines. ?All of our Representaves at Columbia spent Sunday with their fami' l...

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 December 1886

TIIi?n;iiTS Full TIIK Moyni. SOME !?E ?M)\ Uii.K ?;<;ESTIO\r> FROM t' i JI<-1i UTHORJTY. I1 I. 1< What Work t ??* <?ooil Farmer* ^l:o;ii<! ?><? in ;; the .Molttil of Depfiul?er-- Vn ?nte*4*">!in^ Arii- 0 ds I'Viib: an !nie!Icci:t \\ rilcr. '] (W. 1'. Jor.es :n the Tvw::; r ' C..'::va' r.r'j Last month attention was called to ]' the importance of supplying animals, { in winter, with wann water and arm L food. It v;.i> suggested fir i water be , brought from spring?, in underground ' c pipes, directly'into the stalls, when- * ever this was practicable, i?ui as this : j cannot be done on many farms, we ; ( suggest another arrangement. which ; ( i- practicable on every larm. A force pump may be placed in the barn or t stable with pipe running from it lo a , well near by. With such arrange- \ incut, the farmer without exposure, ; and without taking his animate from , their stalls, could supply them with , iresh, warm water, by pipes running j from the pump 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. — 15 December 1886

"SiM '' WB IPli ^1' 1 _ *"* ! VOL. XUII. WINNSBOKO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER i:>, 1886. NO.20. I !* ? PMBaMOMnMiaMlMWMM THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. I:OY?I hoi MIS <,I:T I>;?\vn TO Y.'OKK. Several >Ie::*.itrt?s ot* I'ssl?ii? i>:t i'on^ Kiderci!?Xj ?>!' !!?< i'rm c<v!?n;jN. The third week of the session of the Legislature was full of important work. II l.i i7?n?,.1 e cvrwYMcic <>V i]ir> JLMV tvuua proceedings. S??s:;;tc. ^ The following new bills were introduced: Bill {unending the charter of the town of Chester; relating to the payment of witnesses in criminal cases in Lancaster county; allowing Probate Judges to perform the duties oi' the supervisor of registration. Bill to charter the Bank of Greenwood: amending the priority lien law; joint resolution to amend tiie Constitution uy striking out Section 32 of Article 2, in reference to homestead; to regulate tinsale of seed cotton and unpacked lint cotton in Abbeville county: bill to require assignees to ...

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 December 1886

ffpmy THE NEWS AND HERALD. | WDCsSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, DECE3I3ER 15, : : 188G. JXO. S. RPYyOLl>8 ) Editoks , W. Z. McDOyALD. j James H. Rion. ( Perhaps no event in the history of Winnsboro has produced a deeper impression than the death of Col. James II. Rion, which occurred at his home at three o'clock on the morning of Sunday the 12th inst. Sudden death carries with it ever something more of sadness than that which arises from the announcement that a man, having run his course, having finished his work, has been called hence to Eternity. This is especially true when the summons comes to one upon whom the community justly looked as a model of prudence, temperance and those other virtues the practice of which is enjoined as well as a means of prolonging life as of discharging its several duties. From the standpoint | of human judgment, Col. Rion seemed ! to have before him many years of ac- j tivity and usefulness. To close and interested observers there had been, for some mont...

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