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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 20 July 1887

" " : ::.'K I . ?' ' " ' -mini If I | LOCAL INTELLIGENCE W WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, : : : 188: ~Termsok The News and Herald.Tiv weekly edition, three dollars per an nzrta, in advance. Weekly edition, on dollar and fifty cents per annum, in ad ^ vance. BR Rates fop. Advertising.?One dolla l?er inch (solid minion) for the first inser w* iton, anti nny cents per men for each sub se juent insertion. These rates apply t< advertisements of every character, and ar< payable strictly in advance. Obituarie* Mb and tribut ,*s cf resect are charged for a< NS advertisements. Marriage notices, anc simple aniiour.cements of deaths, are pub * lished free, and are solicited. Liberal terms H f.?r contract advertisements. >??r AiIvertJsoi?enr?. Tea?W. E. Aiken. New Arrivals?S. S. Y?"olfe. I Sheriff's Sale?Jno. D. McCarlev. ? S. F. 0. j1 S.msI Unen p ?We understand that most of oar farmers have finished "laying by." ?Plant second crop of Irish pota. toes and sow rutabaga turnips this Sbgjt month...

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 July 1887

' - - . ':-v GENERAL XEH8 NOTES. ! ei Items ol Interest Gathered from Various Quarter*. j \ George TV". Cable is about to settle down a? a Bible-class teacher in Boston. : vt General Sheridan is conquering cock-; I: tails at historic Xc-vr Bedford, .'lass. I a: Jacob Sham has been sentenced to four ! years' imprisonment and $5,COO fine. ? Tie President and Lis party are having a r delightful time at Forestport. X. Y. The New England shipyards at Bath, s 3Ie., vrere burned Friday. Loss ?100,000. 0 J. R. Whipple, of Young's Hotel, Bos- r ton, carries an insurance of ?500,000 on | his life. ! i itid 3Irs. John Jacob Aster have r gone lO their Newport villa for the sum- t mer. Jay Gould does not smoke. He vents | c his tendency in this direction to smoking i the other fellows. - Simon Cameron "will sail for Europe next Wednesday, accompanied by Colonel Selt- i i zer and Larry Jerome. ! ; Despite the efforts to roust him, ex-Sena- j ] tor Conger's son still holds the postoiSce j ' fort a...

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 July 1887

????????-. . .?'i mi i nimm?rrni"'?' ' " "neBaBMaogaesaaMSBaeagMeaaMssa1. 1.atari win tan??*??a?^?a? [ VOL. XLIII. " " WINNSBORO, S. C., ^WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1887. NO, 52. | I P' A WAR STORY'S SEQUEL > THE TALE OF A BRAVE YOUNG OFFICEK AS1> HOW HE ESCAPED. Ipjjlk CeiMral Brasg Orders Uim to l>e Shot Be- j cause He is Too Sick to Work?Unflinclt-1 W isjgly He Gazes Into the Muskets ami is p Miveu oy H JL.Icu'^uaui.. The Americas, Ga., Recorder publishL - es a story illustrative of General Bragg's : jSpqT v cruelty. The scene of this cruelty was W Cornith, Miss., and the time during the ' retreat from Shiloh. Bragg was person- i ^ ally superintending the loading of the ! , cars. He had a great buriy fellow cursing the men "and inciting them to j greater activity. A young soldier notj * ever 20, tali and handsome, though pale ; ? and delicate, "passed up the piatrorm I 0 lc3s iiig for the cars in which the sick I v ; to be transported. He was evident-; ilL The burly fellow haii...

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 July 1887

THE NEWS AM) HER LD. m ? WINXSBORO, s. c. WEDJCESDAT, JULY 27, : : : 18s7. X. B. RJGSIiJLE, ) >- Editors. w. x. XcjyoyJ.LD, J - - 1-1- tt-aii All comments, lvepuuuuau as is ^Democratic, upon the Democratic platform in Ohio are complimentary to the frank and statesmanlike character of that document. Oxe of the Massachusetts laws of 1671 required iun-keepers to keep "good beer," and the penalty for violore TO9C it lr>KS of liceilSe. The old Puritan code was not made up entirely of blue laws. The strained relations between jj ^ knon mqf^a x ranee auu vjermuuv more strained by a hostile French' demonstration against the German Embassy at Bordeaux. Such a prolonged strain must be followed by an inevitable snap. Senator Dan W. Vooriiees, who is fighting rheumatism at Ilot Springs, has written a letter to S. S. Cox, complimenting him on his Fourth of July or%o?>/*>i ?r? V\a lair? finf. Fairchild *" and Foraker with the story of the braying donkeys of the Island of Prinkipos. Co...

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 July 1887

B LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. hf ttxdxesday, july 27, 1s7s? Tzrms of The News and Herald.? B ^ Tri-weekly edition, three dollars -ptr annum, in advance. Weekly edition, one i*llarand fifty cents per annum, in adKates for Advertising.?One dollar par inch (solid minion) for the first insertiau, and fifty cents per inch for wtp ^^^jerjuent insertion. These rates applv to ftivsrtisements of every character, and are p?vv *U1C iVi.i> in ? ?.*ii\_\r? vwu^aiivo * nil tributjs of respect are charged for as fttlvortL^emenls. Marriage notices, and <: ai [>lc announcements of deaths, are published free, and are solicited. Liberal terms for contract advertisements. Skw Adv?rti*eiiu-nr).. Freah Turnip Seed?McMaster, Brice [ & Ketcnin. ^ ^ mammons?AI^JL/uijuiu ?.V ^ Plaintiffs' Attorneys. ?K^- ^ I ?eal Kriers. V x ?The weather for the past week has j been enough to send a number of our j H? citizens to cooler climatcs. m ?We are pleased to note that cxSecretary of Stale J. N. Lipscomb has y^^...

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 July 1887

: i 9 r??r' _ -.~~r< ?r.'.' mJl> _""ZSZ^CJr^-Trgrsa^r^. h^Wm! \\ ArcinK.vi. An Express Train ilutis stito a Ccily oi ork- ; siier). Kiiiir^ Tucive or Fifteen of Them and Wonndin;: Many Other*?Tise Track Covered with Mangled .>Jen a::.j I>2ocd. A New York dispatch of Thursday says ( a frightful accident took place that mom- i ingonthc Eric Railroad, between Allen- ) daie and II,hokus. Over a dozen mangled i bodies on the track attested the neglect of j some one who should have given warning. A gang of Italian laborers were blasting : v>u rauroau near a sunup ? c .uum three-quarters nf a iafie above Hohokus. ; The Chicago Express. which was due the '< hour before, had not arrived. and these; men, "hose forerrau should have given & I warning whistle v. hen the train was ap-! proacning the curve, were busy at work i t neonscions of the terrible fate iu store for j tbem. Tiie Express dasnea tnrougn me ; i.'ang, killing r2 or 1"? and wounding many others. Tito shriek...

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. — 3 August 1887

lp ' ^ ''. *"" '' ' ' ^' \ ' '' ' ' " ' VOL. XLIV. YVTNNSKORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1887. . NO. L r TROPHIES OF THE WAR. A OLANCK AT CAl'T! UF.I) CCM tOJiK- I [ ATS tXAGS X WASHINGTON. ! , fcr r\ Ti e Story Told by These Mute Emblems j , ^ of :? Lost C;:tusc?lUmaers ->! Silk ami . JJanners of Tatters?How tiio Flags are j ] K,ci>t in the *Var Department. (I.ctU r to the New York v.'or'u.) Wasui.s-c.tcn, July 2U.?Yesterday in j' ^ . . < -ip walking through. the immense granite j: ?11^ : \ \ "V, r-> /I Vovw ; "J Ui I U'J OUlwC) Mill ~.\u. i j i/vj^uiv | j ' m?nt.s, I was taken with the curiosity to !1 ^ see the battle iiags which have set the ! \ country in an uproar. Turning to the ' ] right from the main corridor of the i building on the second floor, I entered the commodious apartments of the Ad- . jutant General's ollice, and found myself i r confronting at a corner desk in one of | the rooms, a rather statured man, of , well-fed form and placid face, with his &l...

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. — 3 August 1887

I ? . THE NEWS AND EERLD. WINSSBORO, S. C. ' wedxesimr, august y, : : : 18s7. E. B. K?GSr>J.LE, ) >- editors. W. L. Hc&OXALD. ) Sitting Dull is living a life ot laziness at Standing- Ilock Agency. Work he considers degrading, and believes that his victory over Custer has entitled him to an existence of ease and indolence. It is rumored that the men who cneatea day tjromu 011 rauioau uu? am in receipt of very flattering offers from certain wide awake dime museums. The Standard Oil Company needs their services also. The receipts of the Treasury for July have thus rar avcrageu over $1,000,000 a day, including Sundays. This would produce an income for the year of $365,000,000. The appropriations were only $248,000,000, which will leave a surplus of $117,000,000. Tiie rccciit report of the English idcdical Commission in favor of M. Pasteur's mode of treating those bitten bv dosrs and threatened with hydro phobia has increased the general interest in tbe case of Paul Hnrot, one ...

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. — 3 August 1887

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WKDX USD A Y, AUGUST 3, : : : 1S78Terms ok The News axd Herald.? Tri-weeTdv edition, three dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, one rJrtlloi-'.n/l fiffv /> nfri ner nmrtum in atl vauce. Kates for Advertising.?One dollar ^ per inch (solid minion) for the first inser* tioH, and fifty cents per inch for each subsequent insertion. These rates applv to advertisements of even* character, and are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries anil tnlmt *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. Nvrf AdvertiKcmear.w. Notice?J. Turner Stewart, Chairman. Copartnership Notice?E. J. McCarlev, D. J. Macaulav. r?oil Xrjers. ?Local hows items are scarce commodities in these parts just now. ?Small boys begin to feel serious; about two-thirds of vacation is gone. ^ ?The tinners are busy at work putA Kqrtl- KniHnor ^ llliy UII IUC i 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. — 3 August 1887

"^^Hrraaaaoacg??uactt2 S?{? t TM < v !>oi.i.v i " i* v ? i KL> Yet it -vvi I coLit! iiie dav decreed by j J; Fates." Hot* bright 'uc v'eture, Queen of Sovcr-; cian Suites: When thou.. Carolina, shall become once ; more j Thy people's .as In those days of yore, ; When to chain ihee us a mother, boast thy I c name, Was to thy their purest, highest fame. ! > YYitcn uiy star origin among uiy SilODC, '.VUli briiii;;.,: lii-Lt :.:;v deeds had made thine ow ;. Tiio'sad thy -lory since those days bath 1 been, And though misfortune bitter thou hast s &.<? , I f iel.TL.;, .. thv bearing bath been such " L That no reprr; thv unsullied name can c touch. And ibis is our patriot children's boast: I hey loved thcc till when thou didst suffer % most. c -1 Jruc, the usurper's foot has torn thy breast, And thou ".vert long by tyranny oppressed; r 1 rue, thou hast suffered 'ncath corruption's ' sway, And darkness lone- obscured thy glory's i <2*y; " " < jL.uI now thy wounds ar...

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. — 10 August 1887

VOL XLI ^~ ^ ^ WINNSBORO, C.^ WEDN1<:SI)AY. AUGUST 10. 1887^ ^ - ' .NO. 2.. | THE 1XTER-STATE ENCAMPMENT. a gi:kat gathering >kai: he City or si'Ai:tax!jui:g ; V. t'other at Kir->t Inauspicious? bat j ^ :?j-.!i:es :it La*t~T!ie Iraogu- , cf ; t::io)iics-A i'artinl j.ist ?>f the Ex- | Other of iiitefc.-t. The Ir;ter-State Farmers' Summer En- j campnieiit was duly inaugurated at i ^ Spartanburg on Tuesday, the 2nd inst. j The bad weather naturally diminished j ' the crowd at lirst in attendance, but when the hour for opening arrived there was a goodly crow-.! in the pavilion provided for their accommodation. At 12 o'clock the Hon. John Vv. "Wofford called the meeting to order, j The stage was occupied by the following j i. named gentlemen: Is. F. Walker, 01! Spartanburg, the Kev. I!. H. Ileid, the { Hon. J. Vv. Vvoiibrd, Dr. (J. E.Fleming, ; Col. A. P. Butler, the Eon. K. S. Bedon, of Colleton, T. J. Moore, of Spartanburg, the lion. 1). 11 Duncan, of Spartanburg, 2>Ir. ...

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. — 10 August 1887

I THE NEWS AKD HERALD, j f WDKSBOEO, S. C. " i wxdxjesday, august 10, : : 1ss7. ^ f E. It. Ii LGSD .IhE, ) 2 > flditoxs. ' f W. L. ITcDOXALD. j L Jim-Jams is the son of Jamboree. ; i I- This the genealogists who have j -T ? cb'uched the family tree declare to be j 2 - j. [ < jj, a tsci. ? Folks going off to the springs should ( * remember that a promise of fifty ccnts < will get more out of a waiter than j I one dollar cash. j The American Law Review thinks ' I that the President should appoint Jndge Cooley to the vacancy on the ( Supreme Bench. j The "Atlanta" of the United States 1 navy was not damaged by the trial of ' its guns as much as reported. It was 1 light and will be easily remedied. 1 The American Bar Association , meets at Saratoga Springs on the 17th, , ISth and 19th of August. Mr. Thos. ~ ~ - -1- ~ J. Semrnes, oi Louisiana,.1- nw Went. On Monday night "Bright Eyes," now Mrs. Tibballs, addressed a large audience in London on the American Indian question. Her 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. — 10 August 1887

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. wednesday, august"! 10, : : : 1ss7. L Terms of The News and Herald.? Tri-weekly edition, three dollars per an|B^l num, in advance. Weekly < Hp dollar and fifty cents per <.'7inv.ni, in ad%W^ vance. " Rates for Advertising.?One dollar mg per inch (solid minion) for the lirst insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each su:<insertion. These rates awdv to advertisements of every e't:a;aeter, and are payall r strictly in advance. Obituaries anil t: ibut ,'S of rt-sptici are chanted for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and aimcuneemenls of deaths, are pui> li>!.<*<i free, a::d arc solicited. Liberal terms f?.r contract advertisements. A<lvcrtii?eiufnt?i. Down?D. A. Ilendrix. For Sale?Jac. A. Brioc, Assignee. Heavy, Ileavv Hain??F. W. Ilabcnicht. ~ Notice to Creditors?II. X. Obcar, ! L llcferce. To the Cotton Ginners of Fairfield? McMaster & Gibbes. Knert. w ?Delightful weather once more and Konr farmers are happy. ?The best One Dollar C...

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. — 10 August 1887

I ..;' s ' j SK\i - .VOX?>. j \ Jterrts cl Iistercut (iailu-rpa Trent . ariou* j quarter*. [ Jacob Sharp is sufitrir;: greatly. i' Ku'k<the v'.l.-.v. if the Moscow (?'? !' setieT X-rv Orleans, ii dci-.l. To.\v= :.r - u 4e<I'y auii-pro-J1 ju onion uy a T.ivgo majority. j The. Calumet o r?u I lech mine, at Calumet, Mic..., is oiwlre. Mmc. Xilsson ovrr.s buildings in i Boston th-it are a?e*iieu at ?12:),000. John S." Barbour is said to have come out for Cleveland for a second term. Pittsbur . I'.;.. invited President and Mrs. Cievel;;::d to vis;' il. Tli^e have :<-eu five cases of cholera! and one death from that disease at ilalta. An ewa::- : s'vike of coal miners in i Bohemia. h-.. i;-d to r.v.iner as riot?. 7????wmc m vi: i-:- vim have been com*' milting depredations of all sorts. Ecuador sniTered terribly from earthquake siiot ks during June and -July. A bru':-.! prize is reported from tie jaml of 7he p:aithiiiciil Yankees. The .Chicago anarchists --vili not le builet!....

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. — 17 August 1887

''7"j 11 ' L ^'' | VOL. XLIV. WIXNSBORO, S'. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17. 1SST. NO, 3. xlji .va^ir.. gj:j,-j5sry?cr.s-. ^I'^-ju-.'^r.^_visjjc W" TH-E GROWISG CROPS CONDITION AND GENEJiAT- OUTLOOK ON THK f"IICST OF AX." GUST. ^ Excellent Prospects Tor ;: Gre:it Yie'<l of Cotton?Heavy Ket'.uction in the Condi ^ lion oi Vorn---\<> iiaproveiueui. m cj?i TVheat?A I'oor Kru.it Washington, August 10.?The August - report of the Department oi Agriculture i __ gives the following facts and figures as to the condition of the growing crops throughout the country: r cotton. The past month has been favorable, j except that the rainfall has been un-1 equally distributed in point of time, the j drought threatening at one period ana j damaging rains following. In the east- j e:m belt the excess of moisture predomi-j ^ nates as a factor -of depreciation. The j weed is therefore large and sappy, and} the fruit fail appears in some fields J serious, and some cases of rust appear. I * In Louisiana...

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. — 17 August 1887

- ? THE NEWS AND HERALD. _ ~ WIXNSBOKO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, : : : 1SS7. E. li. UJLGSDJLIJ E, ) . J- EDITOKo. W. i. i?cHOSALI). ) The Keoicee Courier has come out of the ashes in a new and handsome dress. We extend to the Courier our best wishes for its future success. - -?- ? We publish in another column a very short but very practical sermon, .which we commend to our readers. Pass it around where it will do the most good; it has the genuine ring of orthodoxy about it. It appears that one Foraker, who was so anxious to rip the President open a few days ago, now telegraphs beseeching him -'to stop in our midst." The way of the transgressor is sometimes curious as well as hard. ? In a recent interview at Toledo the Hon. Frank Ilurd declared his intention to take an active part in the Ohio - ? campaign, anci prououuwu wv wum plank of the Cleveland platform one that every friend of revenue reform could cordially support. Prince Ferdinand has set up his petty sovereignty in littl...

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. — 17 August 1887

w t > LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 17, : : : 1SS7. Terms ok The News and IIekald.? Txi-weekly edition, three dollars per annum, in advance. Weekly edition, one dollar and fifty cents per annum, in ad"7 vancv. Kates kok Advertising.?Onu dollar for inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents ]>er inch for each sul>s?; juctit insertion. 'These rates apjilv to advertisements of every character, ami are payabl strictly in advance. Obituaries an<l Intuit's el respect art; charged for as M.lvf-tiveiiunls. .Marriage notices, and siui{?i*: annom-cements of deaths, an? jutbf !isi:?:d fr?e, and are solicited. Liberal terms for contract advertisements. I.uutl liners. ?We learn that cotton picking has commenced in some sections of the county. y ^ ?The cotton market is still on the decline, we gness on account of the tm usual flue prospect^. ?Several lots of line peaches have i inrwi within fhe r>n>t few ^ UCCli 111 iv ii ii ~ I?_ ^ days, and at reasona...

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. — 17 August 1887

1 APl^LLIM. i;.\ll.!!??AiJ inSASTEiu jg 0\ ER 0.\E ilC.VDMSfl KILLED A.\D FOLP. j Ei'\B:::-:i} woi \DEi>. ; w . T"" .. ' v> An txcuruia rr. I?rr.{?- : .:.-or.-h a ournsn^ j <. t"?r?? o^'vj jU i'i.eJ One J i Asio-iif??Disaster liellevcO :<> il -ve ilrrv itcliixTSleiy i ?*r--j"Cted. i i y ChK'A'-O, A Li.? A special 10 uifc vChicarro 'i'i.says: } "Last night an excursion tra:a on the is Toledo, Peoria and Western railroad vent } down v.'i. . ;.".r l"-> j.bout three i> miles ea>: A\>rui, a;:d over 100 r. excursionist* ki !c : n;: i ' . J .,-r mure ondl}' ii inj;:rc-<!. XL;: train consi.-ted o? six sleep- s us. sin U'-y < ,c.., > .-.nC. chair cars, and Lad v on board 00-.? ex :u; ' bound forXiag ara r TLe ; o .aers hailed from va- ? rious rx.irds : cv: ;r.d 1.'::: is, the majority, i 1?<-r.r-.4r-.^ mm Peoria. The train U'J?> was so heavy that two ermines were employed. and v. : i an h*.-ur and ahalf hehina lime when it parsed this place. Chat.. &...

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. — 24 August 1887

VOL. XI,IV. WIXNSBORO. S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24. IBS". NO. 4. - amarruuj. t. r THE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, b i , somi: >>ix;f;i;sxions a veiiv im- j ? I'OiiTANT J ? - A Review of the Arsaiacnti! As&iffiii j .. <v * Our Present System of PaM:c?ancation. r ? To the Editor of the 2\ cts and Conn-} s j J cr: The question how* we can best eclu- j catc young men in order to fit them for I f _ |l life, and for its two-fold struggle, partly j c against the adverse forces of nature, ; 3 partly against the ever increasing intei- -j , lectual and industrial competition of; rj otiier trained communities, should moit | deeply engage every thoughtful and ' ? patriotic citizen of the State. As this ; duty to the rising generation is one oi the gravest that can possibly arise in the whole category of individual, social and >' ~ civic respof-ibili'ics, it should be ap- j pioaehed seriously, gravely, earnestly, f reverently, with an entire freedom from j- J prejudice and passion, and...

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. — 24 August 1887

. THIS AISJL> WIXXSBORO, S. C. wednesday, august 24, : : : 1ss7. E. B. RA.r,Sn.lLE, ) . Editoss. IK. L. JfcfcHOXALD. \ TnE Rev. Dr. Burchard, of political notoriety, is enjoying Rest, Refreshment and Recuperation at Saratoga. Ouk low-couutry friends want two more counties. One to be called Cleveland, with the court-house at T*?chrtnviNf?; the other Florence, wilh the coart-house at Florence. As soox As the Ohio campaign shall be fairly opened the responsibility for the drought and bad crops at the "West will be unhesitatingly placed upon the Democratic party.. 3.7.3A New England man has just had a patent granted to him for "an elec- I trie switch." It is warranted to make j the dirtiest small boy alive confess i that he has been in swimming. At the meeting of the New Jersey State Pharmaceutical Association the seven candidates for admission failed to pass the examination. Each was v asked to name a cure for a mosquito bite and couldn't. There is considerable lidelihood that Siste...

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