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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 19 January 1887

I WH IIIII IIIIII I ! ' l???a?iM?P? r LOCAL INTELLIGENCE WEDXKDAV, JANUARY 19, : : 1837. IKKMSOK TIIE NEWS AND Heijald.? Tri-veekiy edition, four duilais^r ??? ??, in advance. Weekly edition, two dollars ;:rr annum in advance; two dollars and htzy cei\l?per armuni, ii M paid iii advance. Kati * fop. Advertising.?One dollar per iixr'i id minion) fort:' first inseruoii, and liiu nts j>;-r inch for each sut>:u>e!vivn. These rates apply to adV'-rib'-iiK-ii"- <> every character, and are p:ya::lc s*:ict-y in advance. Obituaries ui :s ofVe>pect are charged for ;i> r.<*veri:>ci:ic?ts. .Marriage notices, and - i:.;de announcements of deaths, are pub .-d free, a:i:i ni t*solicited. Liberal terms ^ x>r;*ract advertisements. Read our Law Cards. Farmers, Take Notice? Jas. Pagan. Clerk's Sales-W. EI. K;rr-,C. C. P. t Sheriff's Sale?Jtio. D. McCarlev, ^ S. F. C. Attention! G. L. I.?C. M. Chandler, Secretary. Cluveriu.H Hanged. (Special Dispatch to The JS'em and Herald...

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. — 19 January 1887

-i\ji- v\:: j n r/.i \\ i^- v\ on Jlit" Xaturc of (>t;r tiowrstnen! an*i tiitf l/ilt\ Of a o<:i:x *i'H. Senator H;t\v:cy. of ( 'r=Iri the course of a recent : : t<> sTuaems ;u Hamilton CoiI?-^c% > -Id: "] . i- imposybk: lor one who in.-y r:*.1I huns-lf veteran to coino I>cfo*v a:? ssudiencu of y. ic men without - f tLoir future- a::d the Jfulure of their ( .?;:.try. ;?rc apt to j think that if they h:.d iiv.-lthe nusl they j would have stood by Luther. Lave stood Ly Crcmv^eli, Lavr- -tood by Christ. I am not sure they would. -tof the men of those times did not. lJut even no v.- Chri-t is constantly being cruchled. constantly needs defenders. 1 do not behove in this disco::; :A with the present, nor in this agitation l-r constant Change. The:'': i.s one y :i nn.y b:certain < ', v.e ::rc bound irrevocably to tl;experiment of u government und r which1 we shall have u:iiver>.d suflr yo. Soil is well for you as thinking men to examine, not or'y your religious ?'; ...

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. — 26 January 1887

* i ?g ! ? an n mi ri m?i agrrm ?i i ?? fjl VOL. XMII. WIXNSBORO, s! C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1887. NO. 26. ^ THE STATE AM* THE FARMERS. 1VKAT T1IK DKiMKIMKNT Oi Ct'T.TUJCK IS An liitiTiicw ? ? Wliat Alwiit t!:? llwcct Atlnvi^ Jy I'po'! His Do;>j;rt?snsi?t. ' (Fr.vrc IV- N.~s a::u Courier.) Columbia, January IS.?Colonel A. P. Butler has been the commissioner of ^ agriculture of South Carolina over .since his department begun its vcrl:, seven ryeais ago. lie is tiiorougbiv acvoteu ro it and, of course, hnows ail its detail? and shares all its aspirations. la view . of the confusion which exists in the pub* lie mind as to the duties, acts and resources of the department, and the criticisms which have been made upon \ its management, the _> cws and Courier Bureau has secured an interview with P Commissioner Butler, enabling him to f summarize the situation i'rom his stand point. The fever of the "Tillman movement" has abated, and the people of the State should be able to consid...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 26 January 1887

THE NEWS AND HERALD. | W(V\TSBORO. S. C. I .... . .. i WEDNESDAY, JAKIAKV 20, : : 1887. ! i 13. It. R 4.GSTiA.LE, ) V Editoxs. W. L. McnoyALT). J A gkbat many railroads ar?'' being 1 built jnst now in this State?on paper, j The truth is we have more railroads than we have anything to haul. Good advice is something that anybody can give, but it is something I rerv few ever take, as between the ' two the majority of men prefer to ] take a sheep. i Tee probabilities seem fair that : Congress will pass at the present se? j si^i: :hc Mexican pension bill. The bili has been pending before Congress for many years. Austria still continues preparations for war. The peace that Disraeli patched up at Berlin doesn't promise to last very long. Bulgaria is the bone of contention. The Xew York Legislature in joint session on i nursaay e:ccceu mc|jiv?cutative Frank Iliscock, Republican, Senator, to succeed Miller. The vote was 91 to 62 011 the joint ballot. Our exchanges just now are fu'i of good 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. — 26 January 1887

* t* 1.0CAL INTELLIGENCE v>*;: i>x::s:>av. jaxcaky 20, : : isst ok Th;. Nr.w" an:> uki:al:>.? i . .-\\<-< k;y three dollars per an . -/.I. . v.:Weekly tuition, on< (! :: iiii'i fi:lv cents anfom, in a?l v ui ..t: - Ai>vektisjxc.?on- ilollai for the first inser < < ;?:> jut inch for each su!> These rates apply t( : -.-v. r\ and art . iii flv.i!!?*. Obituarie: eiiafor :u n<??;? ?">, and iU-at:i>; are pu!> !. U:>eral tenn? : " inviiis. f L>. A. Hendrix. Lv.v i ? ii. A. (i.-tiilard. i''\ liiiud?McCariev cC Co. k Siiio? J:;o. 1>. Mc'Jarlcy, f* s. f. . Dissolution ?il. A. Gaillard, Jno. S. ii^ynoM.-". Siriv;k by a Tornado-Q. D. Willi<c Co. St ?)!s?o!u,.!o)t Notice?!?. II. Jennings, G. 10. LvUncirXoico Final Discharge?J. A. Turkeii. '.Sxecnior. Sinn q ) :< ? II& Tti?-dale Attorneys. ?ileiiK'mbci* o;ir j->b office when vou hoc a in that line. ? V 'i-.'i' ui ii: .-'jeiety in Columbia rcecniiy di-oitSivd the question "It...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 26 January 1887

* n?? ?tjLULAj'j?3L^u?-juTmii?i ?mjmjzau. Is THE K.\D AiTKOACIilM; ; 8oine Thought* .^u_*^es;ed l<> this Solemn In. <ju;ry. iu an euuwiui, uccks .vince. out; sentence reads thus: "Our ixjlicf is that our world's history is near the cad.'* Tn>; Daily (Columbia) Kkcoru quotes that sentence, and seems to think that a great many good people may be unreasonably disturbed by such declaration, and that they "would like to know w hat reasons we have for entertaining such a belief." To | this the editor of T-n: Recoup adds his j own wish that we "would give the public j the benefit of whatever information we; may have on the subject.'' Y?*e do not profess to have more informa- j tion than others have or might obtain from the Scriptures and the signs of the time^ ; as predicted in the Scriptures The advent of Christ will end the probation of the world. "We fix no hour, no day, nor year. Only the study of God's w<rd and the drifting signs of* the times lead us to the belief that...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 2 February 1887

VOL. XLIII, WIXNSBORO, 8. G., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1887. # NO. 27. ? ii H???? ?? ? m-ujx' .a ^^ wigrae=MBPag?DBgHeaMac?iu .' mm. BBBBMBB ''gflagL. - HOW THE SHAH LIVES. r PERSONAL AND OFFICIAL DETAILS L OF Tin: LIFE OF 1'EliSIA'S KL LEK. y His Journal of Travels. and How It is Printed?By s. G. W. Kenjamis, Recently United States .Minister to IVreia. o ? JLH6 voice CI liiu c4 melodious chant, is heard iioatisg over the still air of morning from the towers of Teheran. At the same moment the ^ sun bursts over the eastern plains, and burnishes the Trails of the capitol with a fe- golden glow. On the lofty turret of the ; w palace gate a troop of royal trumpeters hails the coming day, while in the streets j below rings the plebian horn which an- i nounces to the people that the public baths are ready for the daily ablution. At the same time the camel bells are r heard of caravans which, after traveling all night, are now entering the city. An attendant in stocking feet raises the Heavy...

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

F " HE NEWS AND HERALD, j WiXXSBOBO, s. c. I I I 96 wednesday, itBKlAKl : : I5S7. E. It. KA.GSTiA.LE, ) } Ekitoks. W. i. JfcZiONALD. ) It is now said to be about as hard for a poor mai: to get into the United States Senate as it is for a catnei to go through the eve of a needle. Governor Ross, of Texas, recommends that the conspiracy laws which j have been used against labor boycotts ' shall be mate to apply also to railway pools. The numerous admirers of a Mon- j tana great man recently gave him a r1itinpr_ fr. consisted ofi three courses?boiled cabbage, prairie dog and whiskey. When we see it written down in the j columns of a paper published in this | State that free trade is 'lead in this | latitude, we are constrained to a.-k, how Jong did Rip Van "Winkle sleep? j Tue question has been raised, by j what law Pinkerton's myrmidons are ; paraded about from State tu State i as a military force bearing deadly i weapons to be used for hire? \Ye are i obliged to confess frankly that w...

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. — 2 February 1887

f LOCAL INTELLIGENCE ^ WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY : : 1SS7. Terms ok The News am; Herald.? Tri-weekly edition, three dollars per nunvm, :n advance. Weekly edition, one I dollar and fifty cents ;>cr urucuiri, in ad- i vanco. Kates kok Advertising.?One dollar l>vv inch (solid minion) for the first inser lion, and fifty cents per inch for each subk se jnent insertion. These rates apply to , adwrii?eniei:is of even" character, and are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries ?;:d tr'ibn* *s 01' jv>pect are charged for as ;tdverl'>o:iu-ni'. .Marriage notices, aiui announcements <>i" deaths, are pub , iislied free, ami arfs-?!ic.t?*d. Liberalterms : ? j'-.r contract advertisements. Nr \.iv<*rti!>eiiieuu. Winnsboro Ilotci. ? New Arrivals?S S. Wolfe. ' t * ir: T j> F ? JS ^3.- IAI <X Uttil K } V* A ^ . w The Old Re'iable?F. V?". Ilabenicht. To ?hc Pubi c?J. li. Blair, Sloihcr, f p S. C. Almost Incredable?Q. D. Wiiliford & Co. Notice?J. It. Lapo, Quali5ed Executor. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 2 February 1887

THE i KLL A ThorousU Examination?What wan >ouc<i? ,%o ( uuii'wioi:. Richmond. V v., January 20.?To the twelfth day after the exec ution of Taos. J. Cluverius, the cell occupied during his confinement in the city jail v.*:ts opened and examined. It was said that "he room ii:t?I only been opened <-,-< ;j since the prisoner walked out to r^seend the gallows. but its condition looked asit in ! )>ee': opened several times. Eiidit representatives <>? the Richmond press walked in the room and immediately commence" i mm examination. The ceil presented rather a lonely appearance and the closely shut room had a musty smell. In the centre was the table, closely associated with letters, theories and statements of the prisoner. On the bench near the window was the basin, while the j oT-r.1 r'n-.ir in !-r. titc.1 to c:t \V:tS ! by. On his couch lay the -lev: irray suit of ; clothes which he wore during his trial and while confined in the jail as he left il when he put on his ...

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. — 9 February 1887

VOL. XLIII. WIXNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1887. ' N0- 28* . _ m11w . ? |M| r| , , , ?Tii i, >i M ME AMONG THE;M00XSmERS. THE LIVELY E> ''EKIENCE OF AN INOl'IKEK AFTER TlIl'TH. BB He Finds an Humble Cabin in Western North Carolina and Tastes the Chemicals, (li'll Nye in the N<w York World.) Asheyille. X. C., January 13.?Last week I -went out into the mountains for fto r>nmncp nf spfnrin.o- a holiv tree with CUV, 0 v red berries on it for Yuletide. I had noticed in ail my pictures of Christmas festivities in England that the hoKv, ^ * r -with cranberries on it, constituted the back groxind of Yuletide. A Yuletide in England without a holly bough and a little mistletoe in it wouldn't be worth half price. Here these vegetables gi ow in great profusion, owing to the equable ^ - climate, and so the holly tree is within the reach of all. I resolved to secure one personally, so I sped away into the mountains, where, in less than the time it takes to tell it, I had suc...

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. — 9 February 1887

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WIXXSBOKO. S. C. : " _ i wednesday, february 9, : : 18s7. i i B. It. RA.GSOA.LE, ) > ?onor.s. JT. L. McLOy'ALD. ) The South pays annually a tax of j $o00,000 on cotton ties. This U one i item only. It goes into the pocket of j Northern monopolists. The anti-Mormon bill will pass both j houses of Congress. Not even the j resurrection of Brigham Young can prevent it. If it was this that brought j the old gentleman back, he will likely have all of his trouble for nothing. Polygamy is doomed. Republican Senators are now un- j easy at the attitude of the colored people in regard to the rejection of Matthews. But they are at a loss to devise some scheme by which they can appropriately explain how it was that they went back on "the man and brother.'' The proposition of the Philadelphia jRecord that the United States should buy Canada with "the surplus" re minds Uo once more of the man who bought the elephant. That "surplus" is becoming a very pestilent affair, it is...

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. — 9 February 1887

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, : : 1887. i Terms of The News and Herald.? Tri-vreekly edition, three dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, one dollar and fifty cents per 'annum, in advance. Kates for Advertising.?One dollar per inch (solid minion) for the first^inser r 'llUIl, illlU iiit> VCI1U5 yci WW 1VI cavil se.iuent insertion. These rates apply to ad vertisements of every character, and are payabie strictly in advance. Obituaries ?nil tributes of respect are charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and simple announcements of deaths, are published free, and are solicited. Liberal terms ^ f: >r contract advertisements. > -? AiiTertitemenri. p Cigars and Seeds?W. E. Aiken. PeterkinCotton Seed?J. K.Davis. k I oca! Liner*. ?The public sale on Monday was flfe- pretty well attended. JW ?Read the advertisement of Dr. W W. E. Aiken in this issue, and go j A o r-icrf)) than I iiTUUiiU ilUU cm a. you have ever smoked, f ?A number of horses, mules and ...

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. — 9 February 1887

i kJLJL' ?C? .... ? A GENERAL >KW K ."VOTE*. ! 1< The strike on tiie docks in 2\ctc York ir continues. i t( The President has approved the Mexican ' pension biii. \ rs The President has approved the inter-, ^ State commerce Act. The Legislature of West Virginia is still! , ballotinir for United Suites Senator. i 11 I The President has appointed Nathan C. | ,, Brady postmaster at Beaufoit. S. C. The estimate of the national debt to-day x shows a reduction of *9,000,000 since the g 1st of January. c The House committee on public build ings has agreed to report $100,000 for a j building ut .Xewberhe, N. C. j j There is r.o change in the Senatorial i i UCaUlUCiiS ill JU2Ul<UiU, V u^;u:a <uiu ( 1 Texas. ' Belfast is quiet again, tLe rioters arretted ] Saturday night and last eight were arraigned ] t and remanded for trial. " i i An order has been iss.ied forbidding j( Russian newspapers >o publish other than official notices of military movements. s Tbe blizzard in Manitob...

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. — 16 February 1887

??I I I' if -r.ww^m^aagflmaoiiirM'U'jit U I if wiyiwiMMM -,M| ni.au ?.mi put. "Mini rjyn? h 1.?1 VOL. XLIII. ~_ _ WINXSBORO, S. 0., A^DNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16,.^^^ ^ ^ ^ TIMELY TOPIC'S FOB FARMERS. ^ HOW TO I JO PAYING YVOKK AT Tills SKAX)N. Suggestions of Interest, from Auil:?i i^ . t.ttive ;>?)urei-. (W. L. Joi.e> it. '-he S.ut!.-.r* Cultiv It is presumed that by this time every farmer lias matured Lis plans, and is al ready under way in executing tiif.-rtr. uue of the first things to claim hi.s attention is the preparation of the manure to be used. He has decided to use c?jmi>oMs largely and he mlist now prepare tliem; Fthe matter caunut be deferred liiu. h loDger. Whilst a compost wiii give inir results, prepared only a month or six weeks in advance of it- application, the general drift of experience mdicvt-.-. tint better results ensue where they are prepared three months in advance. Cum posts for cotton should be put up at once, and care taken that every condition for pro...

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. — 16 February 1887

THE NEWS AM) HERALD. I ? ? tMnk . .. . - . I mild cnot W INNS BOKO, S. C. be a hc phrmc for i reason \vi WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1G, : : : ISST. ! ? , . . found is t. 2J. It. R.iGSnjLLE, ) a I f Editors. n>idthe Pi W. L. XcDOSALD. ) , on (he s When we hear a man claiming to be i roads of . a protectionist on principle we set him keen ^iCal down as either a fool or a liar. I three j only a lit If the President would only veto j convince the "universal pauper" pension bill ; cuu }JC c[0 the people would never forget him for | so?-?reats it. It disposes of $75,000,000. Thus chained ii the "surplus" goes, but the protective ! ca..s wouj tariff which produced it remains still, j nothing e Just about this season it generally | means le happens that the press commences to ! ^is idea, instruct the farmers in the science of j The: agriculture. Cultivating a farm on paper is something like bnilding a rail- _ * *ie }'rt road on paper, it doesn't require any ^tale ^"0l l^^' f Q Ti 11 <} J lia...

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. — 16 February 1887

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE ' -Mn.Li.NEp.: * | room uest south < fe " "WBDfSESDAX,FEBRUARY xc, 1887. . & ^ groeery Terms of The News axx> Hekai.d.?j occupied by Mr. Tri-weekly edition, three dollars per an- thoroughly overhi iiim, in advance. Weekiv edition, one ' , " " . ? ' - * ? !- - j n'otfui. wn fliv? mf< dollarand City cents per annum, m su- i > T*nce. . ^ , ? pied bv parties Kates for Advertising.?One dollar ' * 1. per inch (solid minion) for tlie first insc-r- conduct a nrst-cu tion, and fifty cents per inch for each sub-; lishment. Who s aeiuent insertion. These rates appiy to : ? . , / V advertisements of even' character, and are = ? t0 ^ave a 'J payable strictly in advance. Obituaries ; year? and tribut :s of respect are charged for as j " advertisements. Marriage notices, and \[K Bl'TLER?s simple announcements of deaths, are pub-i ~ iisiied free, and are solicited. Liberal terms | previously anno for contract advertisements. Scott's children b AuTertitMneiiti. mad...

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. — 16 February 1887

nr nr ?;enkral .\otes. an({ green v.\;l. load. Flour a; The entire Italian ministry have resigned. ?p^.e , ... Macon, Ga.. is taking steps to have a paid West Virginia fire department. States Senator At Winona. Miss., iron ore has been dis- cated that the covered io abundance. deadlock, but: The Railroad Commission o? Alabama has been duly organized. ^I!. '410 ^'cni The strike in t Iio Xe^' York docks con- rc^'^uiwon i>. tinues, -with no prospect of a settlement. [ . . . to a vote of t:ie Txie vote of tne Senate :n rejecting the 0f i;?,j to r/j. nomination of Matthews stood oi to IT. Senate. The strikers on the Xe*v York docks are Two rapidly return in- to work. ploded ycs'teni The Senate has confirmed the nomination headquarters' < of L. K. Church us Governor of Dakota. bombs struck n The Supreme Court of Louisiana sus- thus prevented tains the constitutionality of the Sunday on me nuinuw. laws. Heavy rains The House lias passed tlie Senate bill ap- ice in the sir propriating...

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. — 23 February 1887

WHWBHWBBWM??w? 1 11 mmm" VOL. XLIH. WIXNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23T1887. NO. 30. ?- . ? ???a? ?a?????I TliK SINS Or' T1LK SliX.lTJv. [ broken up ;in<l t of its present iru An Explanation or the Course o, x:iai 0vtraV;ura!,r 0ffic Body on the ?A~r;cuUtiral Jlilis." cniVe-thk djO, t Senator L. V?\ Yoomass, 01 BanrwoIJ, be filled by the < has written a letter to the News end cruited by assur; Courier, defending the action of *;he ^ ^onie strcit-;. ? hitter senoo] e>; State Senate on different matters con- 0rf'air'/. ^;<;e sidered at the recent session. After re- the fact that the: viewing the articles of the several critics tv.o organ:zatior nf tli.i Stf who have published their views in the o newspapers, Senator Youmans says: When the or^ani In a resume of this chapter of far It in process its nu finding we note three specific complaints nilied, but the against "the Senate: The emasculation of awav, ami the j the bill providing for experimental sta- tbat the mate...

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. — 23 February 1887

\ "the news and herald. 1 ,kat WIXNSBOKO, S. C. paper raai - - Register ol TFEDXESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, : : 1SS7. I lie V. aS COll ! >_ _ . --- -- ; years oeio U. B. RA.CrSnA.LE, ) ; months age } Editoks. _ . a w. z. mcbonald. I softening o Ohio has repealed the "Black iaws" j number o: and the Statutes providing separate for toe Col i schools for colored children. j capacity m Henry "Watterson can perhaps sue- j eveiT Placc ceed in being interviewed oftener than i ?* ^t J01 any other man in the United States. ! aiK' vv'c^ea He knows how to work the reporters, j *or evcr-" 0 ? ;on Sunday Thk probabilities seem to be that ; ^-s ao.e "j that the "Plumed Kuight" will again ! ^,jon be the Republican standard bearer in i t>esit|e t}}0! 1888. John Sherman is a good second \ ; in the race for the position, but John | romember is behind. ^ ^ lina's citiz* The President has very properly other ot hi vetoed the "pauper pension bill." It bis ashes, could never have passed both houses in, of ...

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