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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 30 March 1887

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE j Ex Air in the first WZD3HBIDAT, march 30, : : 1SS7. ... - exammati Tikmbop The News and Hekald.? place. J Tri-weekly edition, three dollars per an- ? ?km?, in advance. Weekly edition, one . *1 ' dollar and fifty cents per "annum, in ad- 311 the pal T**oe- . ? , ,, notice am Ratxs for Advertising.?One dollar . per inch (solid minion) for the first inser- in&*y- -N' tion, and fifty cents per inch for each sub- be "iven c sequent insertion. These rates apply to e advertisements of every character, and are payable atrictly in advance. Obituaries and tribut rs of"respect are charged for as advertisements. .Marriage notices, and Xot In simple announcements of deaths, are pub- rnnc:ct;nf, iished free, and are solicited. Liberal terms . -uno i -J for contract advertisements. in town oi V 5*?r AdTtrtlMmeau^ Z *n? f?r. Dissolution?Reynolds & McDonald, theatrical _ 4.^ rpi Sale and Feed Stable?A. Williford. ai Spring1 Overtures?Q. D. Williford impressed & Co. g...

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. — 30 March 1887

GENERAL AEW9 AOTE*. j Themunicip; ' 000 for the ctio Items ol Interest Gathered from \nrioui Quarters. r.ioriii! cO COllsis John Sherman "was feted in Nashville. kelm-Augnstu 1 Six Nihilists were handed in St. Peters- : The house oi burg on Monday. j Philadelphia. h; KaiserV/ilhclm'sbirthday was celebrated j,n v^u, in Baidmore. ^ senior niemiHrr John Sherman has made a speech at Bir- sconded. mingham, Ala. _ The %v:aer ;> Garret states that the Baltimore and Ohio i t-aan eVer bef< deal has been consummated. i -Jon is threaten< Carter Harrison has been renominated doubt of the ( by the Democrats for Mayor of Chicago. family at Pam Tiie Emperor Wiltiam is the oldest in- and two childrt habitant of royalty. In the Rhode The President has appointed James F. tatives a resoli Fletcher United States district attorney for ment to tne C Florida. registry tax an Senator Sherman has arrived in Florida un~...i.ioa. in good health, and it is believed that he bt. Marys C; brought his lx&...

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. — 6 April 1887

VOL. XUII. WINNSBOHO. S. G., WEDNESDAY, APRIL (?. i8S7. NO. 36. H _____ A "THE SSNS 01 THE SENATE." I t^iioratio J iarmiuy. J Now, v CAVTA ! N TIi.UiAN'S li'.MKi Mil. =1 TO j s:i0yvs ni"-' SI:NATI>K vim i n-uaers m ! fell in i. ,\ ?>1 \J ^alt<*i> :i?:it 5J;iv#* I ? Hi Been Considered in t)iJloreut Farm- | , ? S?lIJi6 W c?:ivo?ti??.i>. formed v l ; , x perance It (from the New s .tnd v our., r ^ ^ ^ lour wxfciy o: the :<Ifcli bungs me f, Col. Youmuiis\s rejoinder to my last Some ztu,-i article, It is f tinny to .v e how he xiencv, In; "abouts face"' and flounders from one Of irrelevant statement to another, how ho t,,r? uor' dodges the issue, how much "inky m;:ke up i llaid" he wastes on "cuttle-iish" logic, tural colic ^ I congratulate hiiu, howevor, upon having risen to a higher plane than mere cf jjj, Bk personal abase, and in toying to defend ingsofih his position by something besides; gan, whi> j^k 'smart" retorts and school-boy wit. He ; y?:iricr ti Bb'ill ...

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. — 6 April 1887

THE SEWS AND HERALD. Igoodi. WXXN'SBOIiO, S. C. 1Vc ' i the wis tX3n \ V A PPTT ?1 ... 1 S5sT tllC C*C2 _ . An ou jr.*. k, tGsruLE, ) worth; y JEditoks. )jte a rr. i. jfcuoyALD. ) j _ I what i English politics within the last few ak*olr.l days have assumed a very interesting , aspect. The tory government has evidently well nigh run its course and ii!C with its downfall will no doubt come ar-v: the long deferred deliverance of Ire- sCcm"> land. 0Ql5kle ^ ^ satisfac James D. Fish asks the President to said to pardon him out of prison on the and si. . 3 Vrtf TYlfMlf (*A groan a ciiiio nu jls> *wi uviiint'0 ?? his malady, however, with the requi- Carolii: site precision, the newspapers have should put it down "sick of the penitentiary." and tl OS course an ailment of this sort cau- i against not well be taken into consideration on the by the pardoning power. The la\ -?- ? | rated Herr Most is at large once more. J SU5{ajn 1 His term of imprisonment expired 0f last Friday. lie has ...

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. — 6 April 1887

aammmaaiAfiiiir wiiMiw inururiwn LOCAL INTELLIGENCE WEDNESDAY, 1 APRIL C, : : : : 1SS7 iiCKMSOF imwi?j?s il:? Tri-weekly edition, three dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, one dollar and fifty cents per an num, in advance. Kates for Advertising.?One dollar per inch (solid minion) for the first insergv tiun, and fifty cents per inch for each subsr iuent insertion. These rates applv to advertisements of even- character, and are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries ami tribut *s of "respect are charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and > mpie announcements of deaths, are pub.ishrd free, and are solicited. liberal terms ?'. i- contract advertisements. Bl >.e?r Advertlssmente. Millinery Bazaar?J. O. Boag. B Xetice of Copartnership?Buchanan & Yarborough. M Moflatt's Light Feed Cotton Planters H ?J. H. Cummings' ?cal Jirier*. * " ?"We leara that several new residences wiH be erected in town during the coming summer. ?Fi ouy tnaw a tsrif ssalc knird, vrt e...

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. — 6 April 1887

" gggy!?!?? -"111' !U.''JUL i>ream<. *. 2s:iv' L';t th(-mtlb'oi'cams of pox- ^ feet love; , It is the S'Vef'ieSE WHiiy, wi>j jiii.iu, t This flywi.-r-i;k" j' y Zhut blooms in thy soft i air Of Youth's bright hear!, v,-i:h Hope's blueheave n abov?. , Breathe naught of disenchantment; do not ' bang- [ Misgiving to tb" ijlr n ?; viuJs, The while Life's brimming river goiden rolls t Tnroush primrose-lighted uplands of the Spring. The blossom* of L''erniiy ii- ;'i:i d [n the dim kindiing bu - of dreams that keep ! A fluttering puise within Time's broken sleep: " , Dreams are not idie: drc-ams have saved the world. ' And therefore to ibe many 1.- icrbt> aff::Our lowland eyes that vearn and dream wo lift. And to the isle-like mist- that round them And to the moon a.n<l to the morning-sinr. ; ?>lucm:I -tn's Magazine. A GEXTJLEJIAX. The horse-car stopped at a crossing, and a news-boy jumped on the platform. 'Have a Times, Inquirer, Pressf 'Til take n Times," said one of a g...

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. — 13 April 1887

VOL. XLIIi. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, AP.RIL 13, 1887. NO. 37. * TIMELY TOPICS FOR FARMERS. lightly, but I grass tii-.-ct j fcIiuUo]1# \\ HOW TO DO PAYING V.OKM AX THIS 1;.CVer ei;*cr [- SKA SON. gives a good L * on each side B> . next woikini Suggestions 01 Inters t;?tive Sourco. i-'-u!;Cv4 WW to;ore giver (W. L. Jo e- in :h, i r. <Ja tlv .t r.) crop witli o? The farmer's campaign Is no^' fairly miiicts or sc begun. His plans have keen ere this folly matured. To execute lb em is now ^Ui( the matter of supreme importance. How earlier. Its SB often failure comes just at this point! widely auve Men who can tell you just Low a thing value them x should be dune irequentlv hck the f 9 "rs ?. . , for stock fc capacity to do it t :.eut:elvcs or nave thm corn, w others do it under their direction. Tee Because taej, thing called "executive power," how ^niake far-reaching and important in every * i ,, ,* upon turn u: avocation! now lnuispensaoxe to tne L t.v : L: v farmer! He must ma...

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. — 13 April 1887

?:\ THE EEWS AND HERALD. J THEtow< vVIXNSBORO, S. C. ! amusing- (c I hoc 7-iorl on WEDNESDAY, APRIL IS, : : : : 1SST. last tCll VC3 - : ; ; | the United e.\s. a l?*r> lije, ) ; Messrs. lie > ?d:to?.s t W. L. 2fcl> 0XAL7>. f have COtlVll *> ^ yatt Aiken. j - now pc<Ti A telegram ou "Wednesday morning'! pr Cr.ulorn! announced the death of Col. D. Wvatt : ',c r-^!nan Aiken, at his residence at Cokesbnry, <-';C'r''l0rc V at 7 o'clock, a. m. His death was not! n0 unexpected, as his critical condition has ; en{crl)!lse c been known for some time throughout ... the State, his death being- the culmiua- . * f '>l'^ Li * h.? ^1+ r lion of months of pain and suffering! caused bv a fall in Washington \n the 1 L * V 1000 i sionailv to winter of ISSo. \ f ^ Col. Aiken was a prominent citizen , ' of South Carolina, and in his death j C*CL} the State loses one of its most honora-: c ble, patriotic and useful citizens. In ; s ^u^-" Fairfield countv his death will be cs- i ...

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. — 13 April 1887

^ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE National Kefof The Rev. William wednesday, aph1l 10. : : : : 13s7. ^ ^ ^ Terms ok ThsNkws asd Kekai.ix? ciatc Reformed Ci Tri-vreekiv edition, three dollars per an- niornin0- and num, in advance. Weekly euitiun, one . dollar and fiftv cents iter auTium, in ad- onc *kc secretarn Ta.nce- ' _ , ? Reform Association ii*te5 fot; Abveiitisixg.?One dollar per inch (solid minion) for the first inser- tour Ox tuc coutheri t:on, and fifty cents per inch for each sub- terest of the Associ sc inent..insertion. These rates appiv to ,< ., ,, advertisements of every character, and are 0 & body is the vt kayabie strictly in advance. Obituaries in the enactments < i.'ul t;-ibut's of !v. T.?ec: are charged for as Q,?,rtC, Qri,i adverrh^nts. M.:rria^ notices, and States and the L nit? > iiijiie .;::iour.cv::ifi:*s of deaths, are pub- insf in its interest wi W:e<l free, and aix-s^il :;ed. Liberal terms evening Kt<.r contract advertisements. Te. >. :vert^mentTE...

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. — 13 April 1887

' ' ?? ? IBBPO ag1 gggggggggg -i-. . >. CEyEB.lL SEWS XOTEts. ! to establish, 1 , ! the vicinity oi Items oi Interest Gathered from arion* _ ? / * - .J. .1. ton: Quarter*. , , . - .. _ placed in juzi A con narration ir. Ciarksville, Term., serve out a lb J1 ~ c-O-A AAA v l .V . , T cauyju n UOTsewiiijij?uu Montgomery has postponed her inter- quenth* comn SUite drill until May, 1 8SS. Relic hunt; The prohibition amendment in Michigan -rec'^ ,:m' is surely defeated l.y about 5,000. General Logan's novel. "The Volunteer Soldier," will be published early ia May. ' . A citizens* meeting Ln Indianapolis has j,js /|jv'/.r protested against the Irish Coercion Act. eve rv til ;;!<? is* There's many a dynamiter who is afraid an)a*C.\riai:::: to give his mother-in-law a blowing up. open for navi Uoionei ingorsoii is to write ji:s religious j jjv ;he new impressions of Dr. r?IeQ]ynn's theology. ! Hygeia Hotel, Y'rgta. sold for .$032,000. j seinblv s:,-:nt It was bought by Mrs. Phoebus. De...

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. — 20 April 1887

VOL. XLIIL^ ^ ' " ; WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1887^ ^ NO, 38, THE GKOWING CHOI'S. White Clc Reports Made to the Department of -As*"*- Some of th culture by its Special Correspondents. Cultivator H The State Department of Agriculture j there is uotLi has. received and tabulated the April 1st i growth so de reports of its special correspondents. | plant as whit These returns cover every county in the ! rampant ?om State and over one-h?.lf the townships. i is always the ^ - t ABEA IX WHEAT AND OATS. I j? /UG ?rGV>'t; ! licious berry. Estimates based upon these reports other btra*. show that the area in wheat has been in- section of eer * creased three per cent, over the area of iy so_ This < 1886. The condition is reported at 4 tap-rooted gr b per cent, better than at the same tirue starves the st K last year, bait 5 per cent, below an aver- ons extent. W age crop. The area in oats shows a de- strawberry rc crease of 5 per cent, below last year, weather. T1 Condition...

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. — 20 April 1887

is- . V -"v : ' THE NEWS AjND HEKALD. jtaI <Joct tr-r?'ATClDAT>rv c ft i notwith YYJLL^O-DVALVW* O. law cin WEDNESDAY, APBIL 30, i : - 1SS7. x-:c. R1GSOJ.LS, I Br>IX0KS. I Colin w. I" XcZOXALD. ) j covered . ' . -- - ?? ; Isabella A fireman who had rendered efil-! pie?5 m cieut service in fighting the fire fieuil "Indivi in a Western city, recently died. His ofselfi campanious sent a floral pillow, on j which was inscribed: "He has gone ' turv._ to his last fire." The widow naturally "His objected to sach suggestive personal thisjun allusions, and "fired" the tribute. I qnecn Anarchy in Chicago has received a w0? to considerable backset. Mr. Roche, tho | cc' ; mayor-elect, has been a "workingman" j all his life. He carried the dinner- j exc^ir ' pail of a mechanic.it is said, for many j ra:?e years, and is proud of his record.!1101- lclBntintae meantime he kept his brain ;trea5ur' exercised, and as mayor of the metrop- ac() ''}C olis of the West he will compare very ma|n<...

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. — 20 April 1887

?? / LOCAL INTELLIGENCE The Ladies' Calhoun Mo>*U3 Association invite the citizens of S WEDXKDAT.APKg.20, : : = : 188T- Uarolil)a tQ n?ite ;h|, tr*w tne News and IIeealo.? Unveiling the Statue of the Hon., Tri-weekly edition, three: dollarsan- (j Calhoun on April 29th instant. wro, in advance. Weekly edition, one . dollar and fifty cents per annum, in ad- The Military organizations w ance. " , ? will attend are requested to notify S Chief Marshal, Major H. E. Yo rica, and fifty cents uer inch for each sub- 28 Broad street, Charleston, as < sequent insertion. The^ratesappH to practicable, ffiving the dates cf advertisements of every character, ana are r ^ >_ ? _ pavablc strictlv in advance. Obituaries commissions of their comman antl tribut ;s of "respect are charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and * . . simple announcements of deaths, are pub- Ihe Civic Societies are also reqi iished free, and are solicited. Liberal terms ed io notify Major Young as ear] for co...

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. — 20 April 1887

GENERAL >E\VS \OTKS. ! fjv sold i Items oI Interes! Gathered from \ arioa* ; parjy Quarter,. , for ? Col. Mosbj's book will be published on j xh April 29. ? ; ized The Beecher memorial fund no amounts ! Komi to $7,151.16. of Governor Iliil of Xevr York has vetoed ?Th the high-license bill. 011 ** A prarie fire in Dakota destroyed .$100,- pG~5 000 worth of property. >l' At Bordentown, X. J., the city election ^ TAcnlfj>H fn favor of the Democrats. ?aul Boy ton is going to slur with Bar- I ^ num, with his little puddle and rubber suit, j . : Ine tailors employed by three iirms in | j a" is : Chicagaare on the street. " j Dr. McGlynn ha^gj^rte'T on ?. lecturing busi; tour throughout the oBfntry. ji For the first time in Paris since 1T89 medi Easter Monday was kept as a close holiday. Soir Harriet Beecher Stowc will not go to tervc Florida as reported. sctei John C. Eno is known in Montreal as the M king of American boodlers. on ti i-?:; v Mr. Chamberlain addressed an audience ...

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. — 27 April 1887

V^L. XLIH. ^ WINNSBORO, S C., T^NESDAY, 4PRIL 27, 188<. ^ NO. 39. "OUT OF THINE OWN MOUTH." DRAWING THK I>EAi)LV I'AJjJjJJJZLON FAK3IEB TILLSl^N. x Senator Yomnans Justifies His Pre%ious Assertions !>y Quotations From Captain Tillman's Speeches tind Writings. (From the News and Courier.) Captain Tillman in his reply to my last letter spoke of my floundeiing and dodging and said it -was fanny to see how I about faced, etc. Leaving the 0 application of this language to the judgW ment of the public, I shall merely remark, if Captain Tillman saw any fun in j mj !?5b leirt/CTXfc LUUijb UUtVC *Jt;?LL UI It >"XV peculiar kind to provoke a reply in -which the compass of his complaints ranged from the heavens above, which, he claimed, -would not open and shut when they ought to have done so and thus prevented his success as a farmer, down to the tampering of the devil, who enticed him in debt and worked financial failure. He says I &ot whatever they putin my gun, not knowing ...

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. — 27 April 1887

-THE NEWS' AKD HERALD. ir. WIXN'SBORO, S. C. WEDSXSDAY, APRIL 27, : : : : 1SS7. | jr.;*. r?gsi>?lb, ) V JBDITOHS. w. jj. xenonjlli>. J we nave mumauons irum scvciai gentlemen in the county that they are anxious to invest in a cotton factory to be pat up at this place at once. The more the subject is discussed the livelier the interest in it becomes. The agitation is taking definite shape and we believe that the factory will be built The editor of the Berkeley Gazette says some spiteful things about the "State papers" that it claims have been stealing ideas out of the columns of his paper. Tne editor of the Gazette ought to feel proud that there is anything in his paper worth stealing. Thieves, especially literary thieves, do not break through and steal trash. m? ? iU?? .u- 11 < ..iv,,,? MX1?> aUlliUi Ui IUC -?X l Li J LL k ^11V/Umond letter'' seems to be as hard to find as "the man that struck Billy Patterson." An enterprising newspaper correspondent says that Gail Hamil...

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. — 27 April 1887

fc? I ?f LOCAL INTELLIGENCE wednesday, apkdl 27, : : : : 188: Txrms of The News and Herald.Tri-weekly edition, three dollars per an mim, in advance. Weekly edition, on i?llarand fifty cents per annum, in ad raace. Rates fox Advertising.?One dolla per inch (solid minion) for the first inser tion, and fifty cents per inch for each sub sequent insertion. These rates apply t advertisements of even- character, ana an payable strictly in advance. Obituarie; nut trii.ut;s of respect are charged for a advertisements. Marriage notices, anc ? male announcements of deaths, are pub free, and are solicited. Liberal term* for contract advertisements. X-? -> Art**rt!Kiemciir.fc. Always in the Leau?D. A. Hendnx. t Mai Crlsr*. ?The Gordons left in a* special car on Monday for Charleston. Of course they will appear creditably to themselves and onr county. ?The Town Council have the thanks of our people for clearing Main street of the rocks which had been put there - while it was being repaired. | ...

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. — 27 April 1887

T'"" " .j ' ?* " _ ggqzazaygz^sgzy-gr^* " *- ' 11 GENERAL SEWS NOTES?. Items ot Interest Gathered from Various Quarter*. Ex-Congressman A. J. Weaver, of 2s e braska, is dead. - John C. Breckeniidge "will be perpetuated in bronze at Lexington, Ky. The German Crown Prince is dying of a cancer of the tongue. President EIi">t, of Harvard, is doing Sicily and Southern Europe. John A. Roach, the new Mayor of Chicago, has been forma]ly installed in office. The island of Guernsey -vas shaken by an earthquake. Three more constables have resigned in Ireland rather than take part in evictions. Agent Joyce is suing the Marquis of Clanricarde for ?50,000 damages for libel. Failures for tue week?United States 171, Canada 2S: total 199, against 17-1 last week. High license has beer, defeated by the Delaware Senate, and tl?e Legislature has adjourned. Montreal is again flooded in the lower parts of the city, along the river, to the depth of six feet. Alexander Mitchell, President of the Chicago....

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. — 4 May 1887

. .-mm ii , m. ... .... tut n?r. i ri aril mi>^ ? mi hiih ji n jii.j,,*. v i.rii jii < ,i j'j'ft.1 ii-i-mii i ,vt--r-tt-f-ir3m^.==g^?.-mlrj .-r . .. ? mh-h .uh.i . n. . - . ...mammb imimmbgi nu mr?? i -i? . ^mi ? jmtuu:- n jifciu a i ^ j.- *? " - - ' miii^'mamaptii imiirri^? . ?-ri? "jbb?^wmimbmg????mk VOL. XLIII. WIXNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1887. " NO. 40. ? , 11 ir ii amgcgatc;?*jrc^apttt-jggmiqmbm???? CALHCO UTOE3LED. A GKAN'D CEKEMONY AND A .MAGNIFICENT CELEIiKATION. Propitious Skies?-Gay Xlircngs?Cro\vt!e<l Street s?Distinjjnixhed Visitors?The Great Procession?Other Events of the Day. (From the News and Courier. April z~, ) Robed in sunshine, redolent -with the varied perfumes of her numerous gardens fanned hither and thither by cx^ hilarating breezes from the sea, Charleston, resting in the lap of her encircling bay, smiled a most gracious welcome to j l->ny orr-i^cfi- An fSThnnn Dav. Never was i ? , sky more clear or atmosphere more balmy. It was as if all...

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. — 4 May 1887

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WDfNSBORO, S. C. wednesday, 3cay 4, : : : : 1ss7. s. b. R iGsrtj.be, ) v eoitoks. W. L. lTcnoy^LLD. ) The advocates of annexation have ; * ' -* * ? ?vvaanmrt af ! hoc V6C SHOWLl wuut is iv/ uci/uiiiv v/x Canada's big public debt in case the Dominion is coaxed into the American Union. A GAiiE called Lacrosse is said to be j growing very popular in the United I States. It is recommended as scien-1 tific, graceful and vigorously athletic, requiring quick wit, clear eye, strong j arm, nimble foot and level head. It is to be hoped that it may continue to gain favor day by day until baseball: has been either entirely superseded or 1 at least discontinued for a little while, i A western* newspaper happened to j speak of Jno. J. Ingalls a few days j ago in connection with the Presidency j and an industrious reporter went forthwith to see him. The Senatorial! warrior, with his usual candor, said at i once that he had no such aspirations ; because there was not the slight...

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