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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 4 May 1887

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, : : : 1S87. Terms of The News and Herald.? Tri-weekly 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 insertion, and fifty cents r;<*r inch for each subinsertion. These rates applv to tdvrrti.".en:i':ns of every character, and are *a-.aV.- strict ;y in au'vanee. Obituaries -?1-I r-HiiiT of"ri:.-.?K*.-t are char-red for as a<:rcr:; Marrht^e notices, and simple aiuiouj.tvinriits "!' deaths, are published i'r-". asm are.viiioiti'd. i/iberal terms 1. r contract advertisements. I.?cui Ilricr*. ?The small grain crops around town are flourishing. ?It would seem that we have very few visitors in town just now. ?Look out for mad dogs. It is a good time to kill ofl the old curs. ?The fellow that took our umbrella can return it now. "A word to the wise is sufficient." ?The annual picnic at the falls will come oil'on ...

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. — 4 May 1887

BI.U KWOOD AGAIA Xew Complication*-Stonr and Mc.Xaiiv Doiii I Said to !>? Under Iarfictaicat 2i? this -tatc. (Atlanta Const:: ;tioi5, pr.i - -.. The iaterc-st in the Blackwood case i> increasing. Owiag to th-?- illriC-- - G r: Gor .on no action has yet : ?n -a Gov. Richardson's requisition for Mess* Stone ! and McXulh*. I: is pr-.banV ae Governor will turn his -:ti :: :;> this tnat'.er as soon as he i-s able o be ;' hi-. "ice. It will be remtnil creu tL:;:. H i. ^tone. j who is an Augusta police oh'cer. and W. P. McNally, a bank tScial of tl e same city, are wanted in .ukcd county, o. v.. ; answer to a charge of kidnap;.!::/ one F. A. Blackwood. Several other charges are made against them. Biackwood. w-iohasa ; penitentiary record, v.-ts c: ; p. 1 wi :; p: -- , ing forged cheeks up -a the Augusta, Bank with which XeJN; . y > ; cr d-ai. The work of arresting Blackwood was : at i:i . Stone's hands und he and 3IeXaIIy went over into South Carolina after their man. They foun...

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. — 11 May 1887

J-y-.- . ?. v. : VOL. X LIII. . WINNSBOKO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1887. ' NO. 41, \ ? !? ! i ...i ^??mtimmm? ^ a? "^-u-^uuLwg n>rrr mm "ii r ?jfflp3?? pmmm?? ?pBMiagapMgKai^w-'ias 1 ammmmmaam "ggggiMigS55555S"? TDIELV TOPICS : FARMERS. I HOV.T TO :><> PATiXG TVOIIK AT TJJIv SEA.- ON. Saggettions of Interest. from ujj Authoritative Source. {W. L. JO"e# in the Scuthsra CuItiv?.tM".) Hie fight witli grass aid weeds Las now fairly begun. If the first working is properly done, success is easy; if not, the straggle is apt to be long and hard. ^ Because the little grass is hardly visible, the fanner's fears are not fully aroused, j and he is tempted to go over his crop ; hastily and perhaps carelessly. A little I 1 j- ? V?n+ I loose mix xroiii iiw ujl ^:vn j-hw.w uuv ( does not smother the young grass, and j the first rail: uncovers it and stimulates to rapid growth. Where is the farmer of any experience who has not felt the power of "May" grass? It comes up - round the cott...

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. — 11 May 1887

w \ THE NEWS AND HERALD. [ j WIKN5BOBO, S. C. | wednesday, may 11, : : : 1sst. E. B. 13 LCrSnjiL K, ) > Editors. TT. L. STcHOyALD. j Charlotte will celebrate the 20th of May with a firemen's r^rade to which i all arc invited. The old Mecklenburg I declaration 01 maepenuence wm again i be brought to the Iront. It is said that the demand for Mrs. ; Cleveland's photographs is still active. Fifty thousand have already been sold, and the Washington photographer who holds the negatives is printing two hundred pictures a day of the j , handsdwe "first lady." The net profits in eight months has reached the j satisfactory sum of $7,000. One of the saddest episodes in mod- i ern Blue Law tyranny occurred re- j cently in Connecticut. William Pax- j ley, of Greenwich, failed to pay a' school district tax of seventy cents, ; and was held a prisoner In the Bridge-) port jail for two weeks. Puxiey says \ he conld not raise the money, and he ! has obtained his liberty by taking the j poor debtor...

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. — 11 May 1887

LOCAL ISTELi.iGEXCE t/kdxejoav, j-iay ii, : : : iss7. Tt.oi" T i'k N> a:;d U;::: Tii-wcckly edition, three dollars jpcj* <wiiium, V.'.- *k!y c-ihi;;:'!, ddliarand fifty cents > nmwtn, I:; r.:\'"at.1 - kot: Ar>v ::u:j;xr..?(>?e Ilr-.r peri::ch (st.-VA lor*!:;' il;*--t km;I !i: ly '.s j 1: eh j? r uch >ubic jU;-;:'v i'-.'. 'L' r-.u-.-s a:-;;y to Kiivc; < : ?-Vv, y ; i-;:.I ;v.e \;:yul>:r strictly advance. Obituaries civ'ru-.l J'.'.r as - V-'-rll." ar.d simple anisouscenient - of deaths^ are lishf l free, asd sr^oSi Liberaltcnas for contract sdver&esKssis: li* <* Ice?F. W". Ilabe nic-it. 2Cew Arrivals?S. S. Yvoife. Infant's Food?".V. E. Aiken. Notice io Contractors?&. II. Monaster, President. T5rir;"p?Strawberries arc plentiful on our streets at 12i cents per nuait. ?Owing to tlie illness of the liev. IX E. Jordan, D. P., there v.*era no services in the IVesbyterian Church on Sunday last. ?Attention is directed to the new advertisem l;r. V.'. 1 Aiken....

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. — 11 May 1887

w m r ?t THE SO IT II CAKOJLIAA COLLEGE. ' Meeting of TruLa*t \isht?President McBryde'w Resignation. The Board of Trustees of the South Carolina College held their regular semiannual meeting in the College library last night. There were present Governor Richardson, Chief Justice Simpson, Associate Justices 3IcGov. ua ami 3fclver. Judge Simonton, ex-Judge A. C. Haskell, Superintendent Rice. Gen. Bratton, Representative Hutson and Col. JLipsbomb. President 31cBn'de served the lioard "with the required six months' notice of his intention to rerni *" A^i*y\A+A^ fKeMiccinn Sign. JlilCiU weiu <iu;ijiaivu u?v,u^w? , on this subject, and the following resoiu tion was at last adopted: Resolved, That this Board has heard with regret the notice given by President ilcBryde, under Subdivision -i, of Chapter 2, of "the By-Laws, as we feel satisfied that his resignation wiP prove to be an incalculable loss to the College. "We therefore earnestly hope that some arrangement may be made by which D...

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. — 18 May 1887

* ~ -i V?v-v .< , * VOL. XLIII. WIXXSBQRO, S. C., WEDNE^AY, MAY 18, 1887, NO. 42, # ALL ABOUT THE BAPTISTS. MEMBERSHIP OF THE CTIVKCIi JN THE SOVTHEKX STATES. The Session in Louisville of Representatives ?f the Immense Membershii>~Important Features of the Convention? Sisht-Seeinpr and Ilusiness Meetings. (Letter to the Augusta Chronicle.) According to the latest returns, which Lave been recently made up from officio 1 fcL sources, there are in the fourteen SouthWk em States and the Indian Territory 2,050,985 Baptists. 0: these 1,005,171 are white, and are in accord with the body known as the Southern Bsp~i?i Convention. This is the boj]^vhose sessions have been held i$fthe beautiful the Broadway ^v-2?2$SBF^?nebu.ildii2g is of ornate design and modem architecture, and ranks with the churches of which Drs. Ecmphill and Willi tts are pasters, as among the finest and most costly religious edifices of the South. Through three daily sessions the spacious auditorium has been filled ...

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. — 18 May 1887

THE NEWS AND HERALD, j; WINNSBORO, S. C. wednesday, 3tiay IS, : : : ISST. | E. ii. RlCrS DJ. L E, ) Editors. it. x- XcBOXALD.l j It has just been discovered that beer I was a popular drink among the an- j cient Egyptians. An exchange says ! that the mystery of the pyramids is at! last disclosed, that they were probably ; beer vanlts. Mr. Carlisle thinks that the battle j for tariff reform is almost won. His j opinion on this point will be very en- j couraging to reformers, for it is known I that he is accustomed to say just what ; he thinks and no more. There should i be no hesitation when the enemy fal j ters. The friends of tariff reform j should not abate their efforts on the eve of victory. It has been said that the whole inter-State commerce disputation resolves itself into the question whether the horse that carries, or the man who owns the load, shall control the direction in which it shall be sent to market, the share of it which the horse may eat anefwhk^-jd^ owner may sell...

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. — 18 May 1887

LOOAL INTELLIGENCE toeijxesday, ::AV IS, : : : i-r.-r. " s ;>? ws ANT- ! I KRA ? Tri-wcefciy edition, three do!Li.r$ ^r annum, its i'iv:*.:::- . V- !y rdiUon, ; ';c dollar and il ;y .-.a, in advaxev. liATl.S FOR i . :XC.?ORfc dollar !: i.:;* i*: : Ml';;. - ' r Inch for oar!: > - .i;-;,: V ' . S U> r.>and arc < ' 0;>:lu;?n(-s ii;r ;-s . and ann; t*-. arc pub Vf ' " * f. : r?: v. 3! ore V vv Arrhv.!<?S. Wolfe. Sale f.i;d I;- ?A. VsTilliforu. Fi::c Tu;;'-. 'u-jMr.il r, Bricc & Ketch;::. Fiy Fans ? JIcMasler, Brico & ; IvCtch..:. Notice- lor Filial Di?chsr^? ?V. S. Alston? E:-;c.-ca tor. ?I):*. D. A. llcnari:; has the thanks r of the ofH'jc i'. : a ireat io milk shake?. They were ccoi very vclrosluiig". ?)Vc hear o'i i-.::v:h:^ns and npnors j of marriage-, which i.- sakj^A'TTl take' placc in our icwu at "j>Th$:ant day. I ?Cotton ha< begun in j many sccfkr: of she cowsity, con-1 ^ty there i- no excu?e for idler?.; *""" ' ?Don't fan V) rcr.d the sew auve...

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. — 18 May 1887

ana??a?a??- u ? i j jjgg O.\ ^XE.moksal DAY. BY HGS. W.- v.. IJ.ITNKK. ! I Tiic tenth of May, Memorial Day Of those who nobly died for nought, Returns again, but brings no stain * To shame the cause for which they fought. In each low dale and sloping vale Of this bright and beautiful land, 1 There sleepsin might some noble knight, Who grandly fell with sword in hand. Along each rill and on each hill 5 That gently rises o'er the plain. Alicia Situy-S XXJL UU9b a dacicu uuot To us, some gallant soldier slain. By ocean tide end mountain side Our heroes fell in thickest tight, And there they rest, their spirits "blest, In the realm of heavenly light. Then, matrons sear and maidens fair, Go where the woe" and echoes ring. Then come and crown each hallowed mound With the sweetest dowers of spring. Go search each nave and secret cave To find where lie your gallant dead, And crown the grave that died to save You from oppression's ruthless tread. Bring, too, the wreath from Southern heath An...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 1 June 1887

jr' - ^ VOL. XLIII. WINNSBOKO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1887. NO. ii. ? ? : ???? . M? SOUTHERN" EDUCATION. THE PROGRESS OF OUR PEOPLK IN THIS ALL-IMPORTANT MATTEK. A Careful Review of the Condition ol j Schools as Learned by Interviews With Leading People in this Section. From the Baltimore Sun.) The Rev. William F. Slocum, of the ! First Congregational Church, returned j on Saturday night from an extended trip of several weeks' duration into the Southern States, where he was engaged vn i ri iroo+i <ro frn or t no /wnr1>+jnns r>f firlnca tion, particularly colored schools. Among the places visited wore Charleston, Savannah, Jacksonville, Flu., Xew Orleans, Jackson, Miss., and Talladega, Ala. Besides visiting the public schools from lowest to highest grade, and the various colleges, an interview was had wi?. the -Governor of Mississippi, various city authorities, State education com- { missioners and others. Mr. Slocum. j said: "I found everywhere a strong feel- j ing that ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 1 June 1887

THE NEWS AND HERALD. ^ ~ 1^7" - WrSiNSBOBO, s. c. WEDNESDAY, JU2TE 1, : : : 1S37. JT. S. RA.GSni.ljE, ) > Editors. W. L. XcHOXAJLDS J It has been announced 011 authority that Mr. Blaine will go to Europe next month. He is said to be in need of rest, but nobody has been able to discover what he has been doing- to make him tired. Perhaps it was watching John Sherman. It seem3 that Secretary Eadicott entered the Cabinet under a delusion. TY^ V/vKat?a^ tknt Via ttto0 fV>p PrAQl HC UCUCVCU LLiai uw n - dent's first choice for the head of the War Department. It is now asserted that the President tendered the office to John Qaincy Adams. Mr. Adams debated the matter some time and and finally declined the honor. He told Mr. Cleveland that so long as his father, the late Charles Francis Adams, Sr., was alive, he did not feel at liberty to accept public oCioe. The New York Herald, having coucladed that Grady would not prove so acceptable for the second place on the ticket, as it had at ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 1 June 1887

i LOCAL INTELLIGENCE I WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, : : x 1SS7. f Terms of ThbNetts and Herald.? Tri-treekly edition, three dollars -per anin advance- Weekly edition, one dollar and fifty cents per annum., in advance. Rates for advertising.?One dollar Iper inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each subsequent insertion- These rates apply to .. 4 advertisements of every character, and are payable strictly in ad'vance. Obituaries ft: anil tributes of respect are charged lor as f. advertisements. Marriage notices, and r simple announcements of deaths, are published free, and are solicited. Liberal terms for contract advertisements. Advertisement. Jast from Xew York?D. A. Hendrix. Citation?J. A. Ilinnant, Judge of Probate. Railroad Election?J. Turner Stewart, Chairman. Notice to Creditors?W. II. Kerr, C. C. C. P. F. C. k. Local Bneri. 5 ?Jno. J. Neil, Esq., the owner of * Law Range, is having the steps to the I several offices repaired. ?Mr. D. A. Hendrix recef...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 1 June 1887

TOjMW-jUI'J II % II |i1 " - - CLEVELA-M* VS. SHEKMA.Y. The Leader* ot tii?* Wi>pOHin^ forces i:i the .\ext , Presidential Kisht. Ex-Governor Curtin, of Pennsylvania, hits been talking politics a little. Here is i what he said: "I will tell - you what wiil be the ticket next year. President Cleveland will head ; the Democratic and Senator Sherman the I Republican. All this Blaine talk of the i Pennsylvania leaders makes me smile. "Wait until they get to the convention and vnn win fir.'i out. Thev will take no i chances. Unless some very exceptional! condition of affairs arises they v.-iil not be j iikelv to take a candidate handicapped as ; Blaine is with defeat in two nominating! conventions and once before the country, i which shows that there is no i ar.nony in the general sentiment of the party, no matter what may be the enthusiasm of his per sonal followers. If the Republicans should commit the fully of putting him on the ticket again it will not be the old liglit, but a very...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 8 June 1887

'? - '-v. - - ~-v> ' - .v ' - * VOL. XLIII, WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY., JUNE 8, 1887. . NO, 45. ?pgaaeg?it iit n'tiy-ma1..-'r: maaag a " MT.ivuiL* TIMELY TOPICS FOR FARMERS. j i HOW TO DO PAYING "WOKK AT THIS J SEASON. I SnjTSjestioas of Interest, from an Author!-' tatlve Source. (W. L.Jones In Southern Cultivator) Having finished planting the main crops and got them well under way, tire ^ work of continued cultivation will ab9 sorb most of the time and attention of the farmer. If the seasons during May,. in any given scction, have been propitious, the main object in view in cultivating the crop will be to keep the surface soil in light, friable condition. The unloVk/VMV** "fVlfJ.f, rflicf l'JL?JUJLDtXU? wmvv* f VM end of plowing and hoeing is to prevent the weeds from choking the crop. To such a man (perhaps there are many such) the grass and weeds are a blessing in disguise?compelling him to give the cultivation which would be needed, even in the absence of such a blessing. D...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 8 June 1887

THE NEWS AHD HEBALD. j WINXSBOPwO, S. C. j YFEDXESDAT, JD'E 8, : : ISS7. I M. U, BJ.GSn.lLB, ) | v Editors. j sr. X. XcDOXAZD.' j Dn. McGlvnn, an obscure Catholic ; prieit, becamc a convert to Henry ; George's gospel of laud reform ai:d j commenced to preach it, and on this j account woke up one morning to find j himself famous. Some years ago a woman in Massa-1 chusetts was tried, convicted and ex- I ecated for witchcraft, an imaginary j offence. And now Xew Jersey has just rivaled Massachusetts by trying, convicting and punishing a man for j blasphemy. All the fools have not yet I departed this life. The French people are generally displeased at the displacement of Gen. Boulanger, as minister of war. Demonstrations in his favor have been made throughout the Republic. Upon retiring from office Gen. Boulanger issued an order requesting the people to render all needful support to his successor, and promised himself to set an example t:of military and Republican discipline." Boulanger...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 8 June 1887

i h 1 local intelligence TTEJ>^SSDAT, JUNE S, : : : 1SS7. Tkkxcsof- TtieNktts and Herald.? Tri-*reekly edition, three dollars per annum, in advancc. Weekly edition, one dollar and fifty cent3 per annum, in advance. foh Advertising.?One doliar per inch (s:>!id minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents j>er inch for each sub>' juenl insertion. These rates apply to advcrtlrs-n-.vnts of every character, and are ?a\nb!c >lrictly i:i advance. Obituaries rj:il trilsut \s of respect are charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and r.T'.iiv'i- Hsr.ccnsvnts of deaths, are pabli-.;:r:! free, and are solicited. Liberal terms f f contract advertisements. ; .'\r "W. L. Douglas' ?"3.00 Shoe. School Tax?J. C. Caldwell, Chairman. i 4.cat liners. ?Prof. P. M. Brice has been quite sick for the past two * eeks. ?There arc fifteen prisoners in jail awaiting trial at the next term of the Court. ?Miss Eunice Mitchell, of "Woodward, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. T. Chalmers....

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 8 June 1887

Zp;-X? ; - ; . ' . LITTLE AI1 *JU. Little Ah Sid Was a Chinese kid? A cute little cuss, you'd declare. With eyes full of fun, And a nose that begun Right up at the roots of his" hair. Jolly and fat Was this frolicsome brat, As he played through the long summer day; And braided his cu(T As his father used to In Chinaiand, far, far, away. Once o'er a la^m, ^ That Ah Sid played upon, ix uuixiu;c we new m uie spriiij:; " Melican butterfly " Said lie with winking eye, c' Me catenae and pull oH urn wing!" Then with his cap He struck it a rap? This innocent bumble bee. And put its remains In the seat of his jeans, For a pocket there had the Chinee. Down on the green Sat the little sardine, In a style that was strangely demure, And said, with a grin _ # ' That was brimful of sin, "Me mashee um butterfly, sure!" Little All Sid Was only a kid, iSTor could you expect him to guess What kind of a bug He was holding so snug In the fold of his loose fitting dress. " Ki-ya! ki-yip-ye!" Ah Sid cried...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 15 June 1887

VOL. XLIII. WINNSBORO S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1887. NO, 46. ? ?MBJiWiin.ymi?Tiwii'.'Wi'L^ii iif i 'JIIIMTCHTKH //..TXa RAILROAD DISCRIMINATION. | HOW IT AFFECTS TIJE DEVELOPMENT . OF SOUTH CAROLINA. The Address Delivered liefore the State I Press Association, by Win. M. Joues. 1 Esq., Editor of the Spartanburg Herald, j . The press of South Carolina has ! ^ strongly counselled diversity of crops j W and diversity of industry. It Las done j r so forcibly, repeatedly, almost unani- 1 mously, but without avail. It is not ray ! purpose to-night to adduce arguments j to support the wisdom of this counsel, "* '' 1- ? Uflf. -ry\adc\ if DUX ZO LUC VVUlUJJ. nan xi-iCKviw AW so barren of results and to seek a remedy. UNJUST RAILROAD DISCRIMINATION. The prime cause of our continuance in our pernicious course lies in the policy of the railroads of unjust discrimination against our home industries in favor of their foreign competitors. HOME AND "FOREIGN" FREIGHTS. It appears on the stirface t...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 15 June 1887

THE NEWS AND HERALD, j WKN'SBOBO, s. c. wednesday, june 15, : : 1ss7. jr. it. a ii>r> i/,e, ) > Editors. W. Z. JSfc2> OXJLLD,\ ) Mr. Robert T. Lincoln* ha3 de- ; clared that he is through with public i life, "and the party must look else?rKoro frti- (ho f-oil r\f fVi<? Til ' other words, he is "too nice a man" to go into auy game where there is absolutely no chance to win. ! The Democratic party ought now to I do everything that' it can do to help ! John Sherman secure the Republican nomination. His name at the head of j the Republican ticket will do more than anything else to discourage the immoral habit of betting on the election. ia ? Governor Hill, of New York, was visited a few days ago by a lunatic. The Star suggests that he must j have escaped when the Legislature of i that State adjourned. Those who are familiar with the general make-up of modern legislative assemblies will see a high degree of probability in the suggestion. The left wing of the Democratic pre...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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