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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 15 December 1886

????no?wmamm m mm aeam^p-x i vli fer LOCAL INTELLIGENCE wednesday, december 15, : : 18sc Terms ok The News and Herald. Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annnia in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars per annum in advance; two aouars an< tifty cents per annum, if not paid in ad vance. kk. Kates for Adyehtisisg.?One doila; per inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each subsi i-.:ent insertion. These rates appiv tc V advertisements of every character, and arc p-y:ii?!e strictly in advance. Obituaries ti'ii.yt s el re.-.pect are charged for a.a.lve:.!^ Marriage notices, and s announcements of deaths, are publ: ?I free, ami asesolicited. Liberal terms ^ f : :avt advertisements. >.? > ,?.i M-.isrmetitx. Santa Clans?Ii. W. Phillips. Christmas Goods? W. E. Aiken. Clerk's Sales?W. 11. Kerr, Clerk. LFor Sale or Rent?B. Sugenheiincr. Tix Xotiee?I. X. Withers. A. F. C. Sales Under Mortgage?Paul S. Felder. Sheriff's Sales?Jno. D. McCarley, Sheriff....

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 December 1886

rf To TiJK WOIIKINGM KN Oi 1<IL i M- ; TKI> >TATr>. A*,l?lr?."?. of tin* iVoai;!:i'< C!iH>!.ia>i IVmi- ! poraute in ilia I.-ibor Oi-icaniwi-j tioiis. Keseechisj^; Them to Keep Away | I'roai Jiie Saloons. :u:<l !>evolt 'i'i.eir i Karaia^* :<i TIi<-ir Tlic following uililr-- -- ha> been issued by the National Woman's Christian Temperance Linen, in accordance with a resolution adopted :it the recent Minneapolis convention. it is addressed to al! Knights of Labor, trades, unions and other labor organization : Hi-:aijoi.ai:tehs a tisk nationai. t Woman's Christian T;:mi'Ki;an? k j Union, 1G1 LaSallk Street, (jnn a<;0, j November G, I ?To ali Working j Men and Women: Brothers and Sis- J lersofa common hope. We come to | you naturally as our friends and allies. With such of your n-.ethods a= involve ' o-opcraiioii, arbitral! 11 a~ui ti:c imiioi box, wc arc in hearty sympathy. Measure? which involve the compulsion of labor, destruction of property, or ...

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. — 22 December 1886

4^ VOL. XLIII. WINXSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER ? >, 1886. NO.21. . rrr . ????-"i-gTWre"* IJSHBBM????? CMneaac?!. n 11 1 r\*THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. THE MK.W liKS CONSIjL?Ei:?:i> IN TliiC I'OI KTH WKKK Oi" THE SESSION*. ^ itotii iloust'r i.ft Down tit Iluril Woi'ii-i What \Yh?> Done and What Was Left I'ruloiu-. The following new bills were introduced : Bill relating to agricultural contracts and prescibing a punishment for inter^ ferriiiij with such contracts; to reduce taxf.l costs in certain cases; to amend Section General Statutes, relating to the ' r -i.'inal lav,-; to regalate the rate of iiiTrrv.-t upon l?;ans; establishing a Coliegv- of agriculture and the mechanic arts, and to devolve the duties of the department of agriculture upon its board of directors; relating to the collection of ~ ^ - - r 1 delinquent taxes; autaonzmg tne reiuuuing of the taxes paid by farmers oa cotton listed for taxation ia 1SS6 from the crop of 1885; to amend Section 1 of an Act to chang...

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 December 1886

rHE .NEWS AND HEKALD. ' WIXXSBORO,^. 0. wednesday, december 33. :: 188c. jfi tt. i. U^FXOLTjS } > EonoHb. TT. i. McDOSALD. ) The Legislature has appropriated $20,000 for the maintenance- of the ' Sonth Carolina Military Academy. The South Carolina delegation, with the exception of Col. D. Wyatt Aikei*, - 1 ' ' *--- Ml 1 I.!. wtio is aetamea ai noun; uy ui-iic;uui, i are at their posts in Washington 1V>i* ! the work of the present session of j Congress. ?o? -o The second trial of M^Quade, one j of the boodle New York aldermen, ! resulted in his conviction. The two j trials cost the city $70,000, and at this ; rate it will take one-half a million to ; convict the others charged. There is a well-grounded suspicion j in Richmond that Cluverius, the con- : demned murderer, has made a confes- j 8ion of the crime, but that for various ! reasons it will net be made public until the day of his execution. AT.a recent meeting of the stock- , holders of the Richmond & Danville i Railr...

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. — 22 December 1886

% ! mi biii i i in- .i. L.v r LOCAL iXTKLLl-'JENCE "vvKnx?si>AV. -n, : : isso. Tekms ov Tirs News and Hekaj.i;.? Tri-weekly edition, four dollars jMrr o:oo:m. iu advance. V?"eek!y edition, two doiiars per cuiiv.rn in advajlcv: two dollars and fifty cents per a:inv:>r>-, \i not, paid in ail vunce. ilatks fok Am'eirnsixg.?-One ! iia.-r moil (solid aiinion) for tin* first i::-? rtion, and liny cents per :nc!i for -ach suo|uent iiist-rti 'i:. 'I'ist-s^ rates apply to u?!V?n:s"!::c::t-> chara< *; r, and arc i> ; ; strict:)- u. advance. Obituaries Vtu.l tor as : JVI ii-. -i.vi - . ... __ ; ;;-iVi'i't :s. .-.l.tr: a::i: ] .< nuoui.-vusfjsts o* <U?a*:u:. sire > fi.io.'ral term.-. ! . v v cr :?'< j Fresh Arrivals?5. 5. WoiiV. Siicnli's Sale?Jno. i>. McCarlev, Executrix's Moiiee?Mary C. itio'.i, Executrix. Notice of Copartnership?Henry X. Obear, Willie C. Kiois. L- .?<ai Briers. ?Who is going to get the large Doll?* ?The near advent of Christinas is r heral...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 22 December 1886

I ' ' A iil'IXKl) Bl'SlXESS. TKK lilt. CATTI.K II \NOHK.n OK KOC-IO MOl'51 A IN V The Cki?* ali >i-<i K<>o:i i;>i- j the of iJiiit V:?-t Kfjiitm-Tiic j a?:cr C.'ruMsias Without K<*:n?-tiy. (( "ran5t W:'.in .V..- Yr.rl: S.r.) I I instance the present condition of a ! once i'anious .stock growing valley. Four years ago tali bunch grass stood in the ; upper North Platte valley. The low, | rocky hiiis were covered. The spaces! between the sage bushes were occupied by bunches of grass. The treeless flanlis of tiie mountain ranges weveyeiiow with dried grass, which waved in the wind. There was grass, and good grass, everywhere throughout the valley. Heavy crops of hay were cut on the natural meadows. Cattle, horses, antelope and ; elk roamed through the valley irora Hunter's ranch a? ils?- 'midge over the j North I'iuitv to tiffcy ;.:ik:s beIo?v i'ori , Steele. On every creek which i ssued | from the mountains prosperous cattle growers lived in log hous-.<. The cattle...

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. — 29 December 1886

. ' - . - - . -- ......... . . h \ * 1 m e V " ' ? :.*.. . . [*S - ,:v;; \ v L__ ,"f>rr - . k - ?&& ___ _, r -==: " ? - n. ... . -. ... ". .| .. i . -, .. VOL. XLIII. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1886. ' NO. 22. ? --- ;? ? j :... ' r-.~ ? THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY: L proceedings of the last week Bv OF THE SESSION OF 1836. ggjfo. ^ SBr f)ecciii!)cr :il). SENATE. BHB Wlien the general appropriation bill BBBbSI had received its third reading, Senator Bhame moved to increase the appropria tion for the Governor's contingent fund &' from $2,500 to $4,000. After a little dis. ^ cussion the amendment was defeated by r- a vote of 23 to 9. S& Senator Khame then moved to increase Sg the appropriation for the repair and B furnishing of the Governor's Mansion ||L from $2,000 to ?2,700. The amendment B was adopted by a vote of 21 to 8. On Senator Moore's motion 8475 was appropriated for repairs to the arsenal B in Beaufort. On Senator Smythe's motion the appropriation f...

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. — 29 December 1886

*ww, TT-TT? VTPTC C A ITTP ATTl I i tlxl ilxl h u xxuiuijlu/i WINNSBORO, S. C. wednesday, december 29, : : 1886. t vf>. S. uy-TSOZDS ) v Editors. St. L. XcHOSALD. j A special meeting- of the South Carolina Bar Association, was held in Columbia on Wednesday evening to v elect a president to succeed the late Col. James H. Rion, who was elected at the last annual meeting. Ex-Alderman McQuade, of New i ol'k, wqo was COUVlCteu ui awcyixug a bribe while in office, has been sentenced to seven years imprisonment and to pay a flue of five thousand dollars. His counsel have appealed. The annual report of Secretary McCook, of the United States Senate, " shows that the salaries and mileage of Senators for the last fiscal year amounted to $384,637, and the salaries of officers and employes to $334,200. Over $15,000 was expended for newspapers and stationery, $50,000 for miscellaneous items and $24,000 for special and select committees. A special telegram from Paris says: "Uneasiness is felt h...

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 December 1886

L L00AL INTELLIGENCE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, : : 1S8GTerms of The News and Herald.? Tri-weeklj- edition, four dollars per annum, | in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars j to per annum in advance; two dollars and ! <r- -C Q,1_ ! 1^" filty cents per annum., u uu-, p?*m m <^vance. . , Kates for Advertising.?One dollar r- ' per inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each subse luent insertion. These rates apply to advertisements of every character, and are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries i ami tributes cf ropect are charged for as; advertisements. Carriage notices, and i ^ announcements of "deaths, are pub- j - i !. %:.*'d free, and are solicited. Liberal terms | fm- contract advertisements. . e<< .v?iv?r tlsements. Closing Out Sale?McMaster, Brice L& Ketchin. I?" cai Briers. ?A bride left our town on Wednesday, and another will come to-day, K i bat temporarily. WL ?Good beef sold on the street on Tuesday at six cents per poun...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 29 December 1886

Appointments for 1SST. rp.7. - n : ~ ru,v Xliti iujuu u iuc uj.v made by the annual conference of the M. E. Church, South, for the ensuing year: Charleston District?J..Marion Boyd, presiding elder; Charleston: Trinity, John O. Wilson; Bethel, B. X. Wells; Spring Street, L. F. Beaty: Cumberland, H. Bascom Browne; Cainhoy, W. W. Jones; Berkely, L. C. Loyal; Summerville, J. M. Pike; Cypress, J. W. Brown; Ridgeville, J. B. IPlatt; St. George's, Thomas Raysor; Beesville Mission, to be supplied by*W. Patrick; Colleton, J. C. Young; Bound 0,_W. W. Williams; Walterboro", JE. B. JLoyiess; lemassee, J. A. Mood: Allendale, K. H. Jones; Black Swamp, C. E. Wiggins: Hardeeville, G. K. Whitaker; Beaufort, E. J. Meynardie; Brunson Academy, J. E. Watson, principal. Orangeburg District?T. J. Clyde, # presiding elder: Orangeburg, J. E. Carlisle: Orangeburg circuit, M. Dargan; Elloree, J. W. Humbert: Providence, W. H. Kirton; Branchville, D. Tiller; Bamberg and Buford's Bridge, C. R Smith: (Graham's, J...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 5 January 1887

If /- ; ^ xr . . rw v i . ' _ ' ? - "4i_'r *' ' --: ? VOL. XLIIL WINNSBQRO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1887. NO. 23. ? -- , - . 'A -__ ? ? ^ THE LAWS OF 1886. A LIST OF THE ACTS PASSED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Xew KailroaUs. >c\v istuiKt aim ->ew nun hh<1 Towns?A Kevietv of the Work of the Legislature. Below will be found a classified list of most of the Acts passed at the recent session of the General Assembly?one hundred and forty-one in number. ^ There were twenty-four public or general Acts, five appropriation Acts and thirtyrsix Acts relating to county affairs. Besides, there were sixteen Acts relating to railroads, twelve to municipal charters, twenty-nine to miscellaneous charters, seven to stock law exemptions, two con stitutional amendments, four relating to k the sale of liquor and six of a miscellane^ ous character. ATPRBOPBIATaOXS. An Act to make appropriations for the fiscal year commencing November 1, J886, An Act to make appropriations for the payment of th...

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. — 5 January 1887

/ iHE iNiiW'S AXV Ji};tULD. ?.'rxrvro r>r\x>n c I> >V J__\_*oj-?\yjLkvy, v/. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, : : XS87. e. b. bagsjiale, } > Eonoiis. vr. i. xqdoxald. J Valedictory. "With this issue of The News and Herald I close my connection with the paper?a.n association that has covered eleven important years iir the history ol the people of Fairfield. In the discharge of the duties incident to iny editorial work, it has been mv purpose to make The News and Hekald the instrument of good to the Oonutv and to the State. Commenc ing my career as a journalist at a time when the spirit of our people seemed well-nigh crashed by the troubles that beset them, it has falleu to my lot in common with my associates and others of the press of South Carolina, to deal with graver questions perhaps than ever before presented themselves to the people of this State. In meeting my <?hare of this responsibility, I have sought to be guided by but one consideration?the good of the people (I me...

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. — 5 January 1887

r LOCAL INTELLIGENCE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, : : 1387. Terms of The News and IIeiiald.? Tri-weeldy edition, fourdoilan par annum, in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars per annum in advance; two dollars and fifty cents per annum, if not paid in advance. 7> * ?? A mTT>??Tcrv/i rlnl Is r AA1?.5 ruiv AVV v.v..M. per inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each subse juent insertion. These rates apply to advertisements of every ciiaracter, and are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries j nd tribute of respect are charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and si:nple announcements of deaths, are published free, and are solicited. Liberal terms fi.r eontract advertisements. P ==- -- >c * Read This?Jno. P. Mat hews, Jr. J. L. Mimnangh & Co., Columbia, S. C. (Station?J. A. Hinnanf, Jiu'ge of ? Probate. Notice of Dissolution?McDonalds & Douglass. Assignee's Sale?(). "W. Buchanan, Assignee. Loch: Briers. ?We wish our patrons a happy Ne...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 5 January 1887

U-. - - V" KMGHTS READY FOR REVOLT. feymptouiM of luipeudio:; Disruption in the <?real ; Labor Order. j ^ The demand for a special session of the ' General Assembly of the Knights of Labor j is growing more formidable every day. j 11 Following the report from Philadelphia j that 21 local assemblies of machinists will I J leave the order unless they are granted a j s charter for a trade district assembly comes j the news from Brooklyn that the Montauk j v district will act independently of the gener- i al assembly and in defiance "of the District i Assembly Xo. 41). They are organizing j . local assemblies rapidly, and will join in : the demand. * 0 It is said that ten States are ready for the revolt. These States are said to be Indiana, s t Illinois. Missouri. Michigan, Texas, Colo-1 a rado. New York, New .Jersey, Pennslvva- j nia and Connecticut. If the General Mas- i ter Workman refuses to obey this demand j it is said that a convention will be called <j and a new organizati...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 12 January 1887

4i 8 i - .. l.agggSggg 11 .I11 U,"l Ill IMBglBM&MI IBIIIIM WI IBL. JkwJU. II?Bg3S, ' I . ... 1 '- W I - _ ^ ^ - ?>-* * M I I -.-r-g? ;.-L II , - VOL. XLIII, ' W1NNSB0R0, S..C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1887. NO. 24, aBMBgB I IIW'I I Willi ? ?g? ?? lg???? ?pann?agM^-?? ?f lurwii' i jTrtr-rar. p A LETTER FKO.M CAPT. TILLMAN. f He Gives IIi- Views on Certnln Tiling*; . Done I>y the Legislature at tiac Recent Session. To the Editor of the X(-vvh auu Courier: Your editorial in the Tlie and . I Courier of December 'J4, htaot-d "The . v same Old Trouble," is in tlie m-.in just; and appropriate, but at the same time it, is misleading. For instance, speaking 1 of the bills emanating from tlie Farmers'. Convention, and which have l>een either postponed, amended out of all shape or slaughtered outright in the Senate, you ; 1$ say: "Who is responsible we need not say. I The Senators will be prepared, of course, ; to explain their action to their con- | stitueats when the proper time ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 12 January 1887

ftlE NEWS AND HKIULI). \ WJXXSBOEO, S. C. wednesday, january 13, : : j 1s87. ' JE. li. ItAGSnJLLE, ) > kj?:?ohs. VT. L.McKOXALD. ) * That the commercial failures of the ' year that has just closed should Itfjtve I beeiLfewer than those of 18&> i> not a ! little remark:ih!e. It is to be feared, however, that it is merely owing to the tact that the crisis Has been a nine postponed. Lick's great telescope which ha? j jnst been erected in San Francisco, : brings the moon within one hundred i miles of the earth. ? Youth's Com- j panion. j Al! right; bat why not have hit the j old thing a lick or two more a id have ; brought it to the gmund? The present Legislature may not hare placed upon the Statute book, at its first session, any law which will ! commend that body to the notice of j posterity, but there is one thing which j it did, which entities it to no little i credit?it killed the proposition for a : constitutional convention. Congress should pass an inler-Slate ! comm...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 12 January 1887

^ r-iTU- v.i:.jzz?L -.- v. .rzxTL'jz: f' I.OCA I i>'ii;U.:'" * K w;:u.\t:s:>av. ; ;, : : :s.-.r TEXtMS Oi* i i: . ...... Tri-'.v-.-ckiy editii-: . -i- : - . ?/? in aUvanci*. -V.:\y<> i<r ttitUhtn i:i v: : v. t! . ; :s i::':y eir:;rs 'tnr i:' i. " I ;ul v:;:"ce. . AT:> ; <>:. A''V : ?: ??.-:* ivc'u (solm :: * i - ra::?{ fifty r :.: .-1 ?< . . .. r-'iv.-ils.-'fJi'm:*: - ;.? . i :.. : : v.: . . t > . . V, s j !i . ;rc.\ r .. P Law Card-J. McC'aV:-. Summons?Giiiiicint & ! ' y >i I Notice of Di>solu:.: >:s ? A. S. loss, Jas.G. Mc:Jant*. ^ Executors* fcuie?CIki*. A J. E. McDonalt;, Executors. , Notice of I>i-sy!uti')jiA. ? Douglass, \V. L. McLK:nu;u. o?s?: ? How about those ^oud resolutions your made on fuo Is; ? ?The blue- li .^of i!ur woa^ bureau ; was up for trie !i;>i time 0:1 Wednesday. ?The Winnsboro X t'ionai D.n:k has .declared a semi-ai;!:i::d dividend of : five per cent. ?IX E. McMaS'er, of Au^urla, -pent i ' several days in tuw:i...

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. — 12 January 1887

I>KAT1J ur >T ?KVATfON. Two <>i?l Mivi'v Kotiuu Deail ii: :? T?aeni?.-nt Huiistr. PiiiLAifKLi'iiiA, I'a.. January 7.?Tins afternoon a policeman forced entrance to the rear oi the frame dwelling, No. Locust street, and discovered the ! dead bodies of two old misers. Joseph Perry, aged ~'.l year?, and P.obert Piice, aged 65 years. These men were eccentric and Iiad occupied the premises for over thirty years, although neither has performed any i nanus.? lai >or for eight years. They occupied two rooms on the ground tloor, both of which were scantily furnished. while the door leading to the second tloor was locked, barred and nailed to keep intruders fr< >m effecting an entrance by that means. Both men are known as misers and refused to associate with any one in the neighborhood. Ti?AT . . .C-w A "V AC|Jt UiCii. \WlUllMtO closed, an?l botli wore never known to be absent from the house at the same ; time. All sorts of stories were afloat about thi- neighborhood. Some...

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. — 19 January 1887

1 .... G r ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ \ ^ ^ j VOL. XLIII. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1887. -NO.25. ^ THE LAWS OF T1IE STATE. SO.ME OK Tiii; ACTS !iV Tii!:; KKCXNT I-sXilNS-ATl hi:. Statutory Provisions on Various Matters | of i?{< ! ? >?. j The following are some of the more ' important Acts passed at the recent ses-1 sion of the General Assembly: Arj'.kst and bail. Ax Act to Amend Section 200 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to r Arrest and Bail. Sectiox j. That Section 200 of the Code of Civil Procedure be amended by adding thereto the following, to be known as Paragraph G: "In an action for the recovery of damages in a, cause of action not arising out contract, when the defendant is a non-resident of the State, or is about to r- remove therefrom, or when the action is | f for injury to person or character, or for p - injuring or for wrongfully tricing, de m taiug or convening pruyex-vj. I hawkxks and Ax Act to amend Sections 1,30;>ami 1 ,3i2 of the General Statutes,...

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. — 19 January 1887

?cnaaaania? ? " ?1 -' smsacsaaam?a "the news anj) herald. %?v ores boko. s. c. wednesday, j ax laky 19, : : i8s7, JB. B. Rd.GSnA.ljE, } r kditoxs. vr. L. XcROSAL7>. ) Tiis French still preserve tin: duel as an institution, but it flour:-ho= ut present in no other civilized coi:-n y in the world. Excitement runs high ju-: now in English politics, but Parnell says not a word. Those who think, however, that he is not watching will find out after awhile that they have been somewhat mistaken. It is said that a reconciliation is about to be effected between Mr. Chamberlain, the English R-idical leader, and the Gladstone wing of the Liberal party. It is pretty certain that if Chamberlain and John Bright can be brought again ioto co-operation with Mr. Gladstone that the Liberal party will soon again return of power. It is said that at the last Gladstone birth-day ball Miss Helen Gladstone danced with her father's coa htnan. We are free to say that we think this coachman businass has gone...

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