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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 23 February 1887

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE Mexican War Veterans T ----- would be pleased to publish a WEDNESDAY, FEBBUABY 23,::: 188?. ^ ^ gnnrivorg of thc Mexica Tbkmsof The News and Herald.? now residing in our county, sin Tri-weekly edition, three dollars per an- Congress providing for num, in advance. Weekly edition, one . ? ** dollar and fifty cents per annum., in ad- nas become a law. lr the snr -prr^ll Ass. l-tn/l noco f A CO . _ , ,, v? in viu iuuuubu? *v ?v Rates ?or Advertising.?One dollar . per inch (solid minion) for the first inser- their names, we are snre our r< tion, and fifty cents per inch for each sub- would be glad to see the list, a sequent insertion. These rates apply to " ~~ advertisemcnts of eveiy character, ana are appreciate the kindness payable strictly in advance. Obituaries us hear from you. and tribut js of respect are charged for as ? advertisements. Marriage notices, and a Delayed Train. The i simple announcements of deaths, are pub- , , / ' lished free, and are solicited...

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. — 23 February 1887

Co!!c;s E\ami!iati?n<. GEJiEKAL AEV The following' i>: the result of the inter- The American Cardin mediate examinations in the South Caro j Rome. lina College: ! Tbe ^ew York strik grades ; ii.'r. ii:;>t ir.hm. ! everything is working a Students attaining an average of 90-100 " ,/ ... . .. on all their studies arc pabiishwl as "distill- v> f10'"4'^,? e c guished": those attaining a grade of 75 to 2'J pensions o:!l*. Qftorr. Wi^I"c"^:'r.1Vr,f " ! TllC XeW 1 Ork SciKlt Seniors?Distinguished: f. P. Baiiey,j allowing women to vot. Jr.. Georgetown: C. IT. Barnwell, Kich- tions. land; D. F. Houston. Purlington; A. C. The news of Prince Moore, Spartanhr.r;;: I. L. "Withers, Fair- is causing unwonted fin field. Proficient: \Y*. W. Ball, Laurens: bourse. D. M. Bland ing, Sumter: E. W. Breeder.; j Thc Governor of Ks Marlboro: a-v. a. Davis, Greenville; II. P. thc b;;I conferring mu?: Green, xtichland; .J. A. McCuIIou<:h, Green-; ville: J. H. McLure, Chester: 1L Muilics, i aV. ...

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. — 2 March 1887

VOL. XLIII. WIXNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1887. NO- 31. - ? ???? M , ? ? , ,| , mi, |BI| ib??naygmb i,_i i i: ,11 r ? jjl.lvw ifji-b? GHOSTS L\ OLD YIRGL\3Y. [structure of pillow: i borne by broad nan each side of the hea: THE SPENDTHRIFT PLANTER WHO *?&t mentis Since til* could not KiisT in his ckavd. Hampden Sidney. at 2o m the straits crowded countrv hoi A" Tale l,y Marl ui HarlamV, Which She ^ s;tuation T?-fgr;ni Says i.-> * ;iin?le<l on Facto. gerklg cigar apiec I. were extinguished, t He had spent most of the December across the room at dav within" doors. In his brisk prom"- an^ ^?ce set , V. the house. Gervasij uaue on iiic wug drowsiness, ms tan when lie passed them, into the drawing blooded horses runn a room windows. In the warm area pendumm tongue d. 5 i i -x i ii x c lazy second tieks. spread about it by the great fire m the AXot u more glo^ chimney, he could see two armchairs set this?side?the Blue suggestively together on the rag. He Lad "iinney's goi...

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. — 2 March 1887

THE NEWS AND HERALD. s? highest ? - ? sometimes er.c WIXNSBORO, S. C. They luxur,ate der, aiid this, t boasted civiliz: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3. : : 1887. / mi century. The to correct these a. rt. ft ivsr> ilk, j _ _ V sditoes. patriotic, and d it. L. McDOSALD. ) . ' ? , praise-of all thi It is rumored that Ohio's Governor, out the world. Foraker, is about to resign, and the During the [ genius of history pauses, with pen - Many fact poised, inked and anxious to record the . incorDorat fail name of an Ohio man tba, re- ? signed an office? Mta Californian. vil)e Li^ht aQ John J. Ingalls has been chosen 000,000 capital President pro tern, of the benate in n.ston, Alabar ftf -tnhn ShprmsR. who has bouth Haltimo ILiC/ piavt- v* vvum v..w? , resigned. Ingalls is the bitterest par- 000 capital; 1 tisan and probably the most brilliant Iron Company man in the Senate. As a master MO capital; Ui of repartee, of sarcasm and of bitter lcurn and Ga personal vindictiveness he is the equal $1,000,00...

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. — 2 March 1887

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE I SOMETHi 1^- Rntland ftrmvsiniT. MARCH 2. : : : 1S87. ? " | ana as usi Tzrhs or The >*ews axd Herald.? paper. I Tri-weekly edition, three dollars per an- fh.nl_c ^ n*um, in advance. Weekly edition, one 101 dollar and fifty cents per annum, in ad- home-mad Katks for Advertising.?One dollar an/ 0ne c per inch (solid minion) for the first inser- jnice cf tion, and fifty cents per inch for each sub- quantity o TT- je juent insertion. These rates apply to , , advertisements of every character, and. are f ?ac* cis -- -j- 1 piVSlDIC SinCWy III (Uivaii^c* | a nil tributes of respect are charged for as j Persons ulrertLseaients. Marriage notices, and I * niple announcements of deaths, are pub- V/Oinn . iixhed free, and kre solicited. Liberalterms Thursday \ for contract advertisements. q' absent in I 85 Ceuts?W. E. Aikeir. looking ai Sale and Feed Stables?A. Williford turned a f Messrs. "'citation?J. A. Hinnant-Jndge of Brice, of tt i Probate. this week ( f I *e?I Bn?r...

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. — 2 March 1887

ssr ii n hi ii i > wflWTww??. MAKDl UKA> l.\ .\E\Y ORJLEAMS. | M l Part of the Tableaux Arranged Specially in .Mr. Manr Honor or Washington. ol an E.i ters. -v" r\ , *c*At v Ci.-i ^ ? _\Kw xeuiuuiy ? xjii; j weather cleared on ibis morning and the ! "Washi sun shone briglitly for a time, but later on , ]v circula tbe sky clouded up again. The Rex pro- Manning'" cession this afternoon was a brilliant affair, j by a rupt embracing a series of humorous and bur- j President lesque table: ux. First cams a detachment by the p of mounted amazons in rich costumes, between i Then followed twenty curs, each contain is doubtlc ing a tableau. letter. I The first division was illustrative of music necessary uuu viiuuas suj-i^a. xv v.vixi- uuiics wn posed of ten tableaux. __ friends, a The second division -was of a miscella -was beiai neous character. Tableau 11 was entitled have con "BurlesqueandTragedv No. 12, "Noah's sign, and Ark": No. 13. "Paradise Lost": No. 14, matter in "Prodigal So...

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 March 1887

1 ?. ' ' ' [ r " '' VOL. XLIII. WINNSBORO, S. C.. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1887. NO. 32. ii i in ii i-nirennnnTmnrrr i i ????...i... . .... un m ??????h1 ? .iuiiiiimi, n nm ~rab? mm? ???? i ROBERT E LEE I Federal oj> 9 j tue thirty Richmond R ?EN. L>OKl> WOLSELKY REVIEWS THE -^-ppomatto SK SOUTHERN LEADER'S XJFE. ox"y > Bgp pose 190,0< 5bL _ Grant. *' Tfie Scene Described When Acc?;itf(l a t ( ^ ^ Commission From the Mother oi I'resi- dents--A Comparison jtctwccH tliAn:cr- ; lean Soldier and England's Con<j?eri!is 0^"'^" Marlborough. Others, Will x- x- ,t , . ,v? ^ ,, peient men -Sew loRK, 3Iurcu 1.?Ox tne cables Xlil.s softn H printed in the New York papers the fol- however gc lowirg special cable from London to the crime :n tii World is the one which will attract most | a.^;l;rs ut cr tion to dut; I- j euce seems The leading article in Macmillans j too subserv Magazine lorjJarch is by General Lord j civil gov?.r 'Wolseley, on General Lee. Kefertncc ffn ^ut , . , , A ,...

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. — 9 March 1887

THE NEWS AND HERALD. | tions for new ? _ i fenses the S VIXSSBOBO, S. C. j dealt | cow coming j had r,o parth WEDNESDAY, MARCH S. : : : 1887. bc madc t0 ? js. n. Ktesn ilk, ) 5*tie* "^he 1( y editors. is showir-'T W. X. XcDOXALD. ) _ " , South SIivtlM The San Francisco Call nominate? ev^n 0Ci William T. Coleman to succeed Mr. ! C ^P10' eland, and urges his claims upon !1 ie * *; ? . c the applicati tiie JL>emocracv in a ieauiug euuunai. i , - - , * . _ . | would have The New York World wonders I J-'rancisco G' what Henry George would do if some j one should bequeath hitn a farm? We j judse Hudst think his action in such ca?e might be predicted with entire safety. It is: " 1 ? " very likely that he would at once pro-j ^ ceed to eject whoever might be in pos- j ^ ' ? sion of the premises, and if the will of 'lulls 01 0 The Judge his testator should for any reason be pronounced invalid, of course he could a nu,Ia , ? U' fall back on the statu quo ante. 1 lic iat. 11 ? j, of Col. Rio...

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 March 1887

pr LOCAL INTELLIGENCE ass* ^ of Jen wetaysttay, march 9, : : : 1887. mgut tei.jis of The News and Herald.? j boroeg Tri-weekly edition, three dollars an- torg> num. in advance. Weekly edition, one , * - " ' - ? ^nonrlr aouar ana nity cenus per unuu.m, >u au- : ? ?. Tance. " ! ber of Rates ?or Advertising.?One dollar per inch (sol?d minion) for the first inser- j a Iarg< tion, aad fifty cents per inch for each sub- i fa*r for *? sequent insertion. These rates apply to j , . advcrtiviuionts of every character, and. are j anci lts payable strictly in advance. Obituaries! of the ] and tribut ;s of respect are charged for as _ . advertisements. Marriage notices, and j CDem ' > mpie announcements of deaths, are pub- j this ms lished free, and are solicited. Liberal terms for contract advertisements. = | ? >?.? A.1*?rtiA?menr?. gjo-nme $25,000 in Gold. $o?5,00C Always Ahead?I/. A. Heudrix. Comparative "Worth of Baking Pow- Diff ders. a gentl Field Seeds?McMaster, Brice &...

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. — 9 March 1887

BEGIN! ANEW. 'j sweetest ? ' ! hear p. Every day is a. freali ; po<!>i\ Every mocn is the world mode- row: j And 1: Yo:s who are weary of sorrow and siaaing; I cJjgnity i Herir isa !xr.::l.:"ul bojx; for you? j otT"fclV A Loth; f? c..:d a. ior you. gan to Every day Is a fresh beginning: av.'a v in List'-n. soul. " . ;;:ad nTra;:i: COIIinroi An'i. sjiii'j sorrow* andoldersinning, adr>:* ' And pvzxi < forcx-ast:-? and r,oc-:!d<- pain, , Take heart with the day, and ' -zh. a^ainl ' ?Srsaa Cooiidge. / , ? of solVI THE PRETTY OiUIIAX. "Deai Lilia ra? "She's a ?rc-at deal too pretty," said net. "v. Mrs. Black, energetically twitching her sisting needle through the stocking sh^ v.'as darn- hum! ing. "Wei: .Mr. Black looked puzzled. Ile was an him ma: excellent business man, hut he did not un- can't tit flrrstand the complication of domestic t? keep diplomacy. * you mi ' Well, my dear, that i.sn't her fault, is daughtc it:-" said he. "1 cai "Her fault? Xo! Who said it wasF' 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. — 16 March 1887

VOL. XLTII. WiXXSBORO, S., C., W EDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1887. . NO. 33. I ?????MKMB?????? I "THE SINS OF THE SENATE." [ernorTb<: ^ preferred , - gGodaguin SKNATOK YOl MANS -; itTO ^iC VCAi'T.VIN TII.OI AN. COiliU, iOr 1 :<.H(i niabte . . another iii*j k A Keview oi' the ('liitrtics of >lala?i?ii?iws- ^ j-,1. fef* t?ttioti in Our S::itc Goverfiaseat-Xie r ? K- . , . . ... ness lor oil m lio;ir<J of .vgnculturc, Ktc.. ht<-. i:na ^ (From the News ua^l fourier.) ^ the respOlli L In my article cx the8th nit. ipictured in state, and S|| their own point several of the fault-finders terruptecUy ^ "witli tlie conservative course of the Sen- ^rder, or t P^' ate during its last session, who, when held up to their own and the observation p_ Duncan of the public, were so shocked to see conclusive themselves as other people saw them that capacity fo: they sought shelter by attempting to convince the public that their shore- farmers am comings were nothing but my abuse, the Agricui Str...

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 March 1887

THE NEWS AND HERALD. ! ha'in" - - -- ---?=-r ==:? .== Jt has been I '*VIXNSIiORO, S. C. and wc belie . j that the ArnGr WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1C. : : : 1887. j getlC people i - - : _ fessional idler a. it. mii'* Hj'Z, ) thv on this s i- SOiTOXS. ! " , vr. l. xcEoyALD. J : cause the prev =---- _ .rrrrj? =? . . ? j every man si Honest Joiin Sherm.vx is traveling industry. A through the South in the interest of ceptcd, too, is his "boom" for the nomination by the nation must be Republicans in 188S. He i< Blaine's tions. It bec< most formidable competitor. understand h< ??- ?<s? - gress can be r Wv .->q1I r.f t h?? pnfor- i .... ? r A i a representati prising business of men ot our town . . . .... f . * - . . ?? atlc time-killn to the communication s^ned '-Prop- j, ... . : legislative ass ertv' m our last issue, .there is no i . w , has o th doubt about the fact tiiat we need a ; .,. . .. . ? . ... siole to puss i "competing lrie" here, and if we can ; t measures at a get it b...

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 March 1887

^ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE j ax Interest i B. F. Perrv will wednesday, march 16, : : 18S7. . " , ; a copy of an ad< Tkrms of The News and Herald.? late Hon. B. I Tri-weeklv edition, three dollars per an- ?f prc' num, in advance. Weekly edition, one ; 6t"aerus ?* Hniiartnd fiftv cents zcr annum, in ad-! ana recently re-] ancs. i bv flip fri IUtes fok Advertising.?One dollar, 101 m per inch (solid minion) for the first inser- i The address is 1 ^ tion. and fifty cents per inch for eacli sub- an(] wjjj rea(j se juent insertion. These rates apply to j advertisements of even* character, and are j payable strictly in advance. Obituaries i In* the Supjre and tribut ;s of respect are charged for as ofSancho Ruff v a-lvertisfments. .Marriage notices, and j > mple announcements of deaths, are pub- J carried on app iihed free, and are solicited. Liberal terms Court from the f:>r contract advertisements. - L . l - _ _ j Court of Commo > ? A(ircr*.i**menr.?. , has been heard : ^ Easter?W. ...

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. — 16 March 1887

& THL'RM.W OA THE WAR. What He Think* o' the Keiatinlion BUS and of ?he President. "Do you anticipate a collision with Can ada or Great Britain?'" "Hardly. Such a thing is possible, but i not probable. Negotiations will eventually | intervene." "What do you think of the course of the I Canadian governmentr" "Waiving the consideration of all treaty : rights, stipulations and restrictions, and , looking at the naked facts as they exist, : Canada exhibits a very unfriendly spirit, j and is any thin r but neighborly."' "The Senate bill, as well as the House j bill, conferred a very wide discretion upon | President Cleveland" did it not?" "I have only read them in a general way, j but the Senate bill seemed quite as sweep-, ing in conferring discretion and grave responsibility upon the President as the House bill, except as to the railway transportation." "isn i it somctning unus; ,<u ror pouucians to confer such important x>wers upon an opponent ns the Senate bid sought to con...

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. — 23 March 1887

& ^ VOL. XI.1II, ~ W1NXSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1887. NO. 31. ?m i ? ? . . ? ? ? - ? n?, ?? .. .,, - - - ..... ? ; " 'iffT?If * E * MKB l*HyTr' 53235SJ- MHMBflMBBMK BMBBMMMMMM I - COTTON PLASTim CHKAi* .ViOM'V TSIi: OKKATK-T NIKD OF oik Ke?]y Capita* Wo Knjr.t*? ti'C to Siu ce^-T'io S;. stem ;i3i<1 KxpeiKivc Lukiis Won't Aa^vvcr ?Views of :i Planter. rni C It ' I ' 7 L- * ' L 2 .Liio following artJCi'- on me subject o: .. flbtfon -nVoir"'-.', fvr.vt /-vT o ! "T !"? "c,> i->-" v-"i " "Waierce planter, appeared in tire ColumRegister: r nu\a is there, ask for v' bread will give y .u a stone: ii yon ask tor a iish, give you a serp^it'r" T\"hen the cany Virginia colonists applied to the authorities at home lor some consideration in the matter oi churches and schools, suggesting the benefit it would be to their souls, the reply o: the profane regency that governed the Yir;w_ r??.i ' ' . .-v - ' ^ i-U.it* jL/ULLIU VUlii" Sl/UJLSr* ^ plant tobacco." Change tobacco for...

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 March 1887

THE NEWS AND HERALD. * "Go ic WINNSBORO, S. C. hath beei ?industry. ? L L ^ wednesday, ;maech 33, : : : 1887. ?eui w w ? learn ot K. B. ItA.GSnj.LE, 1 structive y bditoxs. . . ? , w. x. xcdosaijD, ) lties of tr - and wit The Baltimore American says: superior "The South cannot reach wealth by name h* one boom. Industrial greatness is not reproach a matter of hours; it is the growth of tosv, has years. Investments will not turn out snrpasse< fortunes in a week; they must have has freq time to mature. The South is all master's right, but it owes its growth to the generous people who work, and not to those He nevei who spend their time in talk." leaves hi Deprecating the "practical joke" ^eav(; Which the young men of Augusta 0 played on the "Salvationists" the f* - rou Hews and Courier says that "any * ltfa ? community which will allow such pro- ? c ip ceedings to go unpunished and unre- er buked withins borders would seem to peared,=a require all the attention that 'salva- unavaiiii...

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. — 23 March 1887

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 33. : : : 1S87. m- Vr*TT?0 I \?TV IT T?T> A r T\ 1 EKMS or XUfiJiins aji/ ? Tri-weekiy edition, three dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, one dollar and fifty cents per annum, in adranee. Hates for Advertising.?One dollar per inch (solid minion) for the first inser^ tinn inrf fiftv cents ner inch for each sub "v"> ?r . a * se'iuent insertion. These rates apply to advertisements of every character, and are y payable strictly in advance. Obituaries / and tribute of respect are charged for as + advertisements. Marriage notices, and sample announcements of deaths, are published free, and are solicited. Liberal terms fi.-r contract advertisements. *ew Advertisement*. Wide Awake?J. H. Beaty & Bro. Agent's Sale?W. H. Kerr, Agent. | Soaps?McMaster, Brice & Ketchin. ? T^amilv Groceries?J. M. Beaty & Bro. ? Think Carefully -J. M. Beaty & Bro. Breakfast Strips?J. M. Beaty & Bro. k Another Big Arrisal?D. A. Heudrix. Bp Mun...

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. — 23 March 1887

i <iulgeu v.-: r i i The Kasicst Way. , Cainnnue. Yonr l-Tfr-r inct c -n,- to m<\ Wiiiv, I -^ill:ir ,Ji"' And yott 2nd th::: you d >n't 1- -cct? _ } portmeal c* You've tri <2 for t! : t: - .n. you Si:;y') j * \\~\i A: VvU !!. vi? Ah: trios.' dv.s :< sw I r.cknoivledge, wai'tt. CVCs 1 In Jh.1t '! :-i < : v.;: y - a. j uaces befor< V/hca th . i of ;;< ;: -s in cjiiego . * . , T ::a ;.i:;oy to a,v. ; on'' hc'! j tnc V' -:.: : i D"ii'r say that I h- Wjii; aianv elb.v.i I think of the past iv] . r' ^v'i " , f; An 1 thoujrh v.-c'v - > io::v 1 ?"?m apart. stiii ran<v ::xo 1. too. find it bard forjret. ja heap of c hat n'nsca- I m ".vn:i:;-: >..;i C.trc-y I i Has br?k<*?> with V. . i : Ah. u:C 0 Anil he and iJ S v- a yv Mary? thev are! Are devoted to me. ' i Every be: Jack Whitney i:. - o mo into y: hliie of Anil so ha? X .. I'ajre: by the ivav: i bv a crush c She married old D;Uc?:: fuaay? ' He's seventy if i,.,v a day- C.f,) 1 " Her trou?seau. of con...

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. — 30 March 1887

J r. v VOL. XLIII. WIXNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1887, NO. 35. l ? * * ' i-1 ? >? cpbaessspasg v bbsfngnbhtt wa" *?'< mg? * ** ? ji a amg'.wj'.itkmii ?- ..- ... - ? -, , -?- , - -i , i i .... ? _ _ _ iii im-ti it mi ii. ?? flgaamamoe j ?- jggeabbbbb bbbb bbobbabbbdbpppopm3mqbm3bmmbbmmmpmbb3qbmbbflbmiwmbqhoflbwbhb bm3bo " ? l com-MEKCIAI- i K!CTIl.;/;;i;s. t;ij: i-KINCJ how karth<*y :?r?-to !j|,(u ji14. jj HotHl Arti<-ie?>*i important ??;! ;? . Itc.ifuvvci (.Lrom the- >outaern < ) It is <juite c.'ii:aio-. to bear complaints The elevation of tiie worthlessness of a. large propor-1 bishop Gibbons tion of the commercial fertilizers : ?.?]vl to : of the Eon farmers. That some of these complaints ag?, and th ^L. are "well founded there is little doubt, j which tool: pi-act That many more arc unreasonable ai-d i notable events ir W unjust is quite probable. 3?ai . rmers country. W insist .k^r tlie fertilizers of late years arc j adopted son of 1 not so good...

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. — 30 March 1887

r THE NEWS AND HERALD. J plish anythii ? this central ] WEvNSBOKO, S. C. the sli?htest depart from ?iMUfc a viT>rt7 OA . ? 100-r tUC St03>1 MAAVU WV, XOO t - - ? the party. M. B. itJ.G8DJ.Lt, ) > 20it0rs. congress w. Z. M DOSJJiJ>, ) provision fo: _ . , years we ma kansas women are now register- . -. ? . , * ? x Sl0n of twe ing in great numbers so as to vote at , IT ^. . . , , . vessels, armi the approaching municipal election. , ,. ... Several thousand are expected to {^wnf be ote in Leavenworth alone. The men, tlirn it is said, will vote as usual unless deJ \ V J .. * ,. annum as oc tamed at home by domestic duties. . ^ m coming year If the Blaine people don't do some- added to the thing to check the southward march ten armore of the Sherman boom their candidate ships, sever will not have the mnch coveted oppor- torpedo ?-un trinity of being left a second time, sioops and ? Bnt whether it be Blaine or Sherman gve vessels the same old shirt will in all proba- tarn was t...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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