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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 15 June 1887

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE WEDNESDAY, JUNE IS, : : : 1SS7. Tzrhs of TheXevts and IIerald.? Tri-weekly edition, three dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, one dellarand fifty cents per annum, in advance. Kates for Advertising.?One dollar -?? inMi f solid minionfor the first inser tion, and fifty cents per inch for each subsequent insertion. These rates applv to advertisements of every character, and are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries anil tribut;s 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. >*>r ArfvertUomfnTk. Ice Tickets?F. W. Ilabcnicht. Sheriff's Sale-Jno. D. McCarley, S. F. C. We Have Removed?Q. D. Williford & Co. Election of Teachers?J. C. Caidwell, Chairman. i L*cal JBriora. & ?Solicitor McDonald is up again and at his post in the Court room. ?There was a considerable crowd in town on Saturday, and business was look...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 15 June 1887

LINCOLN ON THE STUMP. His First Appaararsce as u Candidate fox Oflicc?Makias Firm Friends. Cf course, in the ten days left him j after his return from the Held, a canvass i of the county, which was men some j thousands of square miles in extent, | was out of the question, say the authors j of the "Life of Lincoln,1' now being pub- I listed in the Century. He made a few j si.ftsches in the neighborhood of Xew Salem, and at least one in Springfield. He was wholly unknown there except by his ft:*" comrades in arms. We find j him mentioned in the county paper only ! once during the summer, in an editorial ' note adding the name of Capt. Lincoln ' to those candidates for the legislature I who were periling their lives' 0:1 the ; frontier and had "left their reputations j in ciiarge of their generous fellow-citi- | zens at home. On the occasion of his j speaking at Springfield most of the can- j didates had come together to address a j . '- * ??. ^r.r.tAv: cnrtlA i meeuu^ uieiu tu gi*? iu...

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. — 22 June 1887

2 ' VOL. XLIII. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1887. NO, 47. * ? - CONFEDERATE BATTLE FLAGS. | TTV'Kl.VK HISTOKIC IiANNKKS OKI SOI TH CAUOLIXA'.S SOLDI KKS. ' General Drum's >Ianlv Letter to the Se<-- j retary o 1 AVar?'The Fia;;s from the I'almetto State?The President's Final ! i Action. | (Special to the Xews and Couiier.; Washington, June 15.?The sugges- j tion of Gen. E. C. Pram that the Confederate flags which were captured dur-' ing the war, and have for twenty years been stored in one of the attic rooms of j the war department buildings, should j -t X- i_?_ - Qfofoo fA I De returned to me C UUbWa WV I which they belonged has caused a great deal of comment. The letter of Gen. Drum to the secretary of war is itself one of the most notable contributions to the history of these times. It is the letter of a brave man and a true soldier: Gen. Drum's Letter. Wat. Depaet3?i3xt, j j Adjutant Genebal's Office, Washingxox, April 30, 1887.) Hon. William C. Endicjtt, Secretar...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 22 June 1887

THE NEWS AND HEKALD. WDTS'SBOEO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 33, : : 1S87. a. s. x issn^LE, ) < sdit0k3. V. L. XcDOXALD.] J Ex-Secretary Manning is said to be almost entirely restored to health. It seems that no European prince can be found who is willing- to accept the Bulgarian throne. The office is seeking the man with a vengeance. Senator-elect Pasco, of Florida, served as a private in the Confederate army, and he will consequently escape the epithet, "Rebel Brigadier," which crt thft loval Yankees of the Senate. It would be a good thing if the men who get up "corners" in this free country could be all cornered together some time and hung by their infernal necks until they are jointly and severally dead. John Sherman's "recent exploit in the grr.veyard of dead issues," as the WorlC has forcibly described his speech, doe5? not seem to have been accepted even by his friends as a sue cessful manoeuvre. The New York Star is engaged in raising a fund to erect [a monument in tun* t/\ mum...

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. — 22 June 1887

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE WEDNESDAY, |JUN? 22, : : : 1S87. Terms of TheXews and Herald.? Tri-weekly edition, three dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, one d?!larand fifty cents ?>er "annum, in advance. Rates for Advertising.?One dollar ?er inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each sub>e",uent insertion. These rates apply to j advertisements of ever)- character, ana are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries and tribut :s of respect are charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and s:mp!e announcements of deaths, are published free, and are solicited. Liberal terms )f-?w Advertisements. Borax?W. E. Aiken. Jast the Place?D. A. Hendrix. Anakesis?McMaster, B r i c e & Xetchin. $200 Reward?J. II. Cnmmings, Intendant. L?cal Brier*. ?The work on the Court House k cistern is nearing completion. ^ ?Rain is needed badly and the crops are beginning to show signs of suffer -sng. ?The thermometer registered 98 in J a cool place at 6 o'cl...

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. — 22 June 1887

A SEVEX-YE.YK-OLirS LMTKJESSIONS. j If there is one thing I Late it is, whisk". I am only seven years of age, but I j have seen enough of whiskey to make ; me hate it forever and forever. I can't understand why people wiii ! drink it when it is such an awful bad j thing and m^kes them look so wild and ! terrible. O, I ea: remember how my pa used to look when he drank whisky, and I! can remember bow scared mother was j i? i- i? - i wnen iiy came iioae arunK. I used to think we were as good as j other people, for we had. a nice house j and had enough to eat, and we all seemed : to get along first-rate, except when pa j would go to the tavern and get drunk, j and then "when he came home we would have an awful time. He would strike mother with anything he could get hold of, and once when i told him he was a bad man to act that way, he took me by one foot and slammed "me clean across the room. I was hurt and scared too, and mother she screamed awful, and then she picked me up and ran out...

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. — 29 June 1887

VOL. XLIII, ' ' WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY. JUNE 29, 1887, NO. 48. ? ?? H 1?|?MBMMHWBBi MM ' "rf,*r" **r'" n 3B - ? tt. ?T.IBMHWI r?'i WHITE CAP KNIGHTS. I A liKGlLAK BAND OF MASKJKD VXGI- j L ANT MS IN INDIANA. The I^iiv Ijjnore.1 l>y ? II:in<l of Kuttian* AVho Seek to Make the Punishment Fit ! the Crime?Death for Serious Offenders. The White Caps are to Southern In- j diana what the Bald Knobfcers were to j Missouri. Not so desperate in character j as the latter, their organization is iden-! tical and they have equally set law at j defiance. The headquarters oi the White Caps ! are in Harrison county, Indiana, but the ! organization extends over into Crawford, Jefferson and half a dozen other counties in the oldest civilization of the State. There is not a more intelligent, peaceable or orderly community in Indiana than Harrison county. Corydon, the county seat, was the first capital of the State, and its court-house, built in 1811, was for four years its capitol. The count...

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. — 29 June 1887

THE NEWS AM) HERALD. "WTNNSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, : : : 1SS7. E. It. KiCrSti UjE, ) >- .Editors. W. Z. XcHOXALD.] j The Greenville JYeics having made an investigation concludes that the yr\r\f*r%r\Cke nf T,atl)*OTK rcpurk iiiUb LW L V/VO V/X V?v county are preparing for a lawless uprising is altogether without foundation. Jacoii Sharp, the unfortunate Xew Yorker, who is now passing through a tedious trial for bribery, is a very old man and apparently quite feeble. Like the late Cornelius Vanderbilt, he is said to be very fond of playing poker and does not permit nis legal troubles to interfere in the least with this favorite pastime. Craig Toluver, the desperado who was killed in Kentucky a few days ago, ^actually held at the time of his ' foMniYnff fVirt /yf Prtmifr .Tinl-CG. 1 VJJ. WAi\y ViUVV Va. \ywM*??yf ~ ^ _ He was elected by twenty votes cast by bis desperate followers. No one dared go the polls and vote against him. While he was not worth the powder and lead tha...

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. — 29 June 1887

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE WEDNESDAY, .JUXE 29, : : : JSS71'EKMhoi" THENKV.'.- AND Hekaux? Tri-Tveckiy edition, thri-e dollars jjcr /:nn?i?re, in advance. Weekly edition, one dollar and iifty cento , - r <iunv.m, in advance. Hates kot: AnvEirrrsixr..?One dollar ?crinch (suiid mini'-:;; for the first inser? Uou, and fffty cents per iacli for each subse ju*?nt i:!>er;':"M. 'these rales aj?i>iy to advertisement of ?-v -ry character, :iit? are puy^l'iu strictly it ;iuvar.ff. 0!>ituarle> Uiluit *s el' ; ?:X are charged for a> a?lvc iisfriMcjits. vhtr; ' . zc notices, and s n:: :? a;:;:oi::.<-e;::<r: of deaths. are nub l:si:eil iiw. ami Liberalterms *" r contract flk : ffw Afivpi iisciM nr ? Flour Mill?C. B. Do:;cy ?fc Bro. ^Summons?Ob jar & 11 ion, Plaintiffs' p|rS^dinai:ce? J. II. Cr. minings, Notice for Final Discharge?W. WattBrice, K L J<ra! Briers. ' -Chickens are sLlii scarce 0:1 cur market, and the price? high. Bn ?After a:i this vro.'la is a very dangerous o...

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. — 29 June 1887

GENERAL >E\Y8 .XOTEtf. Item* of Iatere?t Gathered frora \ arioa* ^ Quarters. j j The National Bank of Cincinnati has'. suspended business. j j Defalcation lias been discovered in the ! Chicago water department. L. G. Pope. ; j the collector, is short ?5,000 or ?0.000. Mr. Parnell does not improve in health. ; and it is now said that he is suffering from r.f iViA e*+/\r<n f. /vVi Vi OlVUiivwu, MaxwelJ. the murderer of Charles A. j Prelier, will tread the murderer's usual -way | to glory on the 12th August. Adjutant General Drum, who has raised | such a bobbery about the Hag. was a Blaine man in 1S;>4. The sponge catch in Florida thus far is a failure, the vessels not having made enough to pay their provision bills. The second Chamber of the Diet of Hesse has passed the ecclesiastical bill, settling the conflict between Hesse and the Vatican. Colonel Lamont has gone to New York for a few days on a visit which mystifies * -* ?-J- i,:? mirnaif the politicians at oom ecus ui ub ...

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 July 1887

VOL. XLIII. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY. JULY 6, 1887. NO. 49. WILKES BOOTH'S DEED. THE ASSASSINATION* OF PRESIDENT ABRAHAM! LINCOLN". Andrew Johnsu.-n and Mrs. Snrralt?How j a Regard for iieligion Might Have Saved 1 Lincoln. (Anniston, Ala., Hot Blast.) As the day approaches that marks the yearly record of Lincoln's death, I find myself dwelling npon it with more than usual sadness, because I happen to be amid the surroundings that framed in the startling report when it reached me. It is strange that this free government j of ours, the crime, which of all others is ; the outgrowth of despotism, should find ! development. Do extremes meet in this j way, or may we take this strange ap- j pearance of assassination as a symptom j of a deep seated disease that escapes or- j dinary seeing? Are we, after all, lifted j above the ills of tyranny in our form of government, or have we only shifted the evils of oppression by one, or a few, to that of the many? Is not the despotism I of a major...

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 July 1887

t THE NEWS AND HEKALD. TTONSBORO, S. C. WEDX1SDAY, JULY G, : : 1SS7. M. B. Z IG3H LJjE, ) y Editors. w. X. Xc&OXAZD.) J The trial in Columbia of Reuben Bright, one of the "Bethel Church .murders," resulted on Saturday last in a verdict of not guilty. Mr. Blaine is in London, has visited Mr. Gladstone, dined with Lord Randolph Churchill, and it is said that he is soon to visit the Queen. Mr. Edisox, the famous electrician, eats no meat other than beefsteak. Bovs who wish to become great inver. tors should bear this fact in mind. William E. Chandler, Senatorelect from New Hampshire, is a man not above medium size. He wears eye-glasses and is said to have a rather beligerent face. The library of Henry Ward Beecher, now iu the keeping of the American Art Association, contains very few novels. There is not even a copy of Mr. Beecher's "Norwood." The News and Courier has gotten aroud to the advocacy of a 'separate agricultural college. The editor of that journal must have had another ...

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 July 1887

LOCXL INTELLIGENCE wednesday, july c, : : : 1ss7Terms of Th2 Xews axd Herald.? Tri-ireekiy edition, three dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, one i*llar and ifty cents per "annum, in adramce. Kates for Advertising.?One dollar per inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each sab sequent insertion. These rates apply to advertisements of every character, and are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries anil tribut ;s of respect are charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and simple .111 nour.elements of deaths, are published free, and are solicited. Liberal terms for contract advertisements. A<Jvertas?meni|( Notice to Teachers?John Boyd, Chairman. Teachers Waned?J. C. Caldwell, Chma. Bd. Trus. 5. D. No. 14. I m L??al Briars. ?Several more cases of sickness have been reported in town, but none serious as yet. ^-Several appeals will be taken up , from this county to the next term of the Supreme Court. ?The Charlotte and Columbia Bas...

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. — 6 July 1887

tiik \evv ( o\snTrno.\ A dotted i>y tiic Knights ol LaI>or?"?ome of Its Feature*;. Pin;.ADKi.rHT.\, June 2$.?B3* returns made to the genera! headquarters of the Knights of Labor this morning, the new constitution of the order, embodying many important changes, has been adopted by about a three-fourths vote. A clause providing for the formation of national trade assemblies, sent out separately from the constitution and voted upon by the local assemblies throughout the ortfer, has also been adopted b}T nearly the same voter The new constitution will be promulgated by the general executive board in a very few 5 2 tmmo/liafolxT uays ituu wiu uu iuiv c-u-vi. i.uuivu.uw.j after its promulgation. An analysis of the vote shows that nearly cne-half of the local assemblies that opposed the adoption of the new constitution did so on account of section 325, which reads: "No local or other assembly or member shall, directly or indirectly, give, sell or have any ale, beer, or intoxicating l...

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 July 1887

VOL. XLIII WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 13,1887. ^ NO. 50. ^ THE MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE. ! ITS ORIGIN, ITS PRESENT EOUIP3XEXT AND ITS WORK. |lij9!Sr An Observer's Account of Cen. S. I>. Leo's I ^ * Farmer's College?The Class-Rcom ami j f . the i'arm. j (From the News and Courier.) Agricultural and Mechanical Col- | l2ge of Mississippi, July 4.?Referring i ^ ^ to a number of notes taken in a midsummer tour of four of the most important Southern States, I do not know thai j I could select a more interesting subject! tlian the Agricultural and Mechanical, College of Mississippi. This may be) stated without discounting, in any wise, b the many places, institutions and things Bp of note along the lines of railway's which connect Charleston with the peculiarly * favored land in which. the institution j named is situated. THE COLLEGE. To begin -with, however, the term j l "Agricultural and Mechanical College," | A as applied to this College, is a misnomer, j v The mechanical departmen...

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 July 1887

THE NEWS AND HERALD. j WKN'SBORO, S. C. I wednesday, july 13, : : : lsst. X. B. St A GSDJ.LE, ) j- editoss. vr. z. JfcnoyALD. i Mes. Laxgtry has renounced her j allegiance to the Qaeen and has taken steps to become an American citizen. The speech of Mr. Gladstone in the 1 House of Commons on last Thursday aight is said to have been an effort I worthy of his most vigorous days. Frederick Douglass will return ' ^ J3 iU/v : from .fcarope m aepiemoer, ?uu mw colored people of Washington arc j making arrangements to give him a ! rousing reception. President Cleveland is said to be much more liberal now than he was in the early part of his term. He subscribes money now to nearly everything that comes along. The editor of the Cincinnati uommercial Gazette excuses himself for not entering the army during "the late unpleasantness" upon the ground that he had no military education. President and Mrs. Cleveland arc very fond of oatmeal and always eat it for breakfast. Mr. Cleveland is not i a ...

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. — 13 July 1887

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE "WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, : : : 1887Terms of The News and Herald.? Tri-weekly edition, three dollars -per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, one Cellar and fifty cents per annum, in advaaca. Kates for Advertising.?One dollar I per inch (solid million) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each subsequent insertion. These rates apply to advertisements of every character, *anu are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries anil tribut >s of respect are charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and simple announcements of deaths, are published free, and are solicited. Liberal terms for contract advertisements. >ovr AdvertlA?menT.?. For Sale?G. H. McMaster. Special Bargains?D. A. Hendrix. jjae west female uonege?jars, P L?. M. Bonner. |! "Wagons, Carriages and Buggies? j?| R. T. Matthews. Summons?McDonald & Douglass, Plaintiffs' Attorneys. Laeal Enen. ? Refreshing rains have visited every section of the county daring this week. ?A lodge of Kni...

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. — 13 July 1887

Y~ - " .... MISS CLEVELAND'S POEM. Some Extracts from "The Dilemma of the Nineteenth Onttiry." ( Miss Ecse Elizabeth Cleveland's new j, poer. is entitled "The Dilemma of the j ( Nineteenth Century," and consists of j j forty-one stanzas of ten lines each. It j J is written in Spencerian metre, similar i. to the jingle or Byron's "Don Juan," j although It bears no resemblance to , that production. It would be fairer to ' Miss Cleveland, perhaps, to say that sho , has taken the "Faerie Queene" as her model for an allegory of the present , day. The dilemma, of "course, is the woman question, and the poem begins: Judith ~r>n Stump fell sick, or fell to ailing; That -sv?s as clear as day to any one: And it -was settled Judith's health -was failv . ing? That something vras the matter, something must be done. And so a meeting of the wise physicians, Of either sc-x, was called upon to sit In counsel upon Judith's sad condition, Anu charged to find a speedy curc for it. From far and near ...

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 July 1887

r r } VOL. XLIII, WIXNSBORO, S. Cm WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1887. NO. 51. E' TIMELY TOPICS FOR FARMERS.: N HOW TO DO PAYING WOKK AX THIS Suggestions of Interest, from ?.u Authorltiitivc Source. (W. L.Jones in Southern C ultivator) The reader of these "Thoughts for the Month" should bear in mind that they are chiefly in the nature of suggeslA tions or reminders oi v.-ork proper to be done on the farm during the current * month- The "Thoughts" relate to and flow out of the discussion of these subjects. Farmers are like other men, often - forgetful of duty, obligation and pur* A"* '? X - 3 \ _ t pose, ana muse oe remiuaeu. ah uxu proverb says there is nothing new under the sun, or "wor<^ to that effect," and it is about as trae of farming as of other wk - departments of life-work. The larger pL part of the teachings of the present agri|||11? cultural books and periodicals?in fac: j nearly every principle laid down?is bat 11 B repetition. New fabts are few and far ' between. Agricultural ...

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 July 1887

THE NEWS AM) liJKKALJU. WISN5BOSO> S. C. wednesday, july 20, : : : 135 i. X. S. fi LGST>JLLK, ) y editoss. w. x. mchoyjlld. j The task of keeping both the English aristocracy and the Irish people in a good humor gives Mr. Blaine a j chance to display his proficiency in i tight-rope balancing. Now look out again for European | war clouds of varying darkness and ! size to suit news exigencies, since J Rassia has taken umbrage at Austria's j success in controlling the election of j the Prince of Bulgaria. $ | ? Tab speech of Mr. David Dudley Field in London on "Wednesday in fevor of international arbitration was an eloquent and forcible plea for that very desirable but very difficult scheme for promoting- peace between nations. ( The new carpet for the East Room ; of the White House is described as' j ! cream color, with chocolate border a ad j covered with a small flowering vine i with brown leaves and light pink and blac blossoms. "Jefiersonian simplloatr,^ says the World, "sti...

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