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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 24 October 1888

'' f lu___ I III, I , I,, 1^1 ,11 _ l'J"_J" _ n mi nil- Jl_ II I I i III I mv i irn wn...i. mum n iranwiiHiMMin .1 ., um K TOL. XLY, WINNSBORO, S. C , WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1888. NO. 13, f . I TALMAGE OS SELF-DESTRUCTION A VERY STRIKING SERMON IN THE BROOKLYN TABERNACLE. t>- Suicide In Olden Time Was Considered Honorable and a Sign of Courage?Modern Apologies for This Crime?Genuine ~ " ' ??In Acrnrd. jp^ ocieoce auu - ? At the Tabernacle last Sunday morning, the &ev. T. De Witt Talmage, P.D., took for his text, Acts xvi 28 and 29. "He drew ont his sword, and would have killed himself, supposing that the prisoners had flea. But Paul * cried with a loud voice, saying, Do thyself no harm." The sermon was as fol, lows: 1 V^-scsFae Here is a would be suicide arrested in r his deadly attempt. He was a sheriff and according to the Roman law, a bailifi himself must suffer the punishL znent due an escaped prisoner; and if the prisoner breaking jail was sentenced to be endungeoned for...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 24 October 1888

nmiimiiii i in m T {i N'SW'S AND HSRiLD. winxsboito, s. a p. jr. JiRlCE, ) > propitletoils. J. Q. DAVIS, 1 t*. M. BSICE, : : : : I. litur ' z _ I Wednesdaj', October 24, : :: I088J >ui: standard-lit: vit::::-; FOR PRESIDENT : 0ROVER CLEVELAND, OF NEW YOKIC. FOR VICE-PUS jrDSN'T : ALLEN G. THURMAN, OF OiIIO. i FOR CONGRESS? FOURTH DISTRICT: VV. II. PERRY, of GreeuAiile. More Wafer Seeded. The water supplys_report this morning shows that two of the most important cisterns in town are at '.he very j lowest ebb. These two are the Court j House and Matthews cistern*, which show, respectively 5 feet U inches and and 1 loot 10 inches of water. This was of course caused by the drain 0:1 them by the recent fire. But suppose a big lire shouiJ origi nate in the same neighborhood to nicrnt or later, before sufficient rains o have fallen to fill the cisterns to their | usual depth, where is the necessary water to come from? The -jew cistern might be used, it is true, but would that supply ...

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. — 24 October 1888

t *' .< - . T IJI .? - I . L.I . . I I ' LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, Cetobcr 2*, : * : 1880 head THIS : 1 If.. T C *T/? Our canvassing sgeiu, -u; . j. o. j Creight, is making a tear of the comity and will call upon our subscribers to solicit renewal subscriptions. He is authorized to receipt for all dues to this paper and to receive new subscriptions* and orders for our job presses. If your paper has been coming irregularly please make it known to him and the cause will bo investigated and re x. moved if possible. We are constantly adding to our facilities in the job business, in the purchase of type and machinery, aud have put our prices down at competing rates. When anything is needed in onr line gi\e us a chance and we will make every effort to please both in work aud price. Having accepted the agency of a bindery we arc prepared to receive orders for binding magazines and othrcr pamphlets, and also for rebindkig oldlbut valuable book?. Don't forget Davis & Bkice. Carpe...

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. — 24 October 1888

MAMMOTH DEMONSTRATION I j' }N NEW YORK FOR CLEVELAND AND ' I tlUKWAN ANU {AKIhr Kcrurim. ?_ 1 j Twenty Thousand Business Men In Procession?That Senate Tariff Bill Dilemma, i FWe Regularly Nominated Candidates for the Mayoralty?The Total Registration of Voters in New York City About 270,000. Close of the Baseball League Season?Rise in the Price of Bread. New York, Oct. 19.?If you had been in this city Saturday and had witnessed the monster parade of business men for Cleveland and Tburman and tariff reform you might easily have come to the conclusion that there will be no one left to vote for Harrison and Morton. This, however, will hardly be realized,-but it is a fact that no political parade of the year can compere with the one mentioned. There were 20,000 men in Kce, with brass bands, drum and fife corps sprinkled all about them, so that the head of the procession was several miles in advance of the other end. They were not of the common run of parader& either?silk hats and gol...

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. — 31 October 1888

XLV. WINNSBORO, S C.^ WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1888. NO. 14, " 7 ' - V - ; f . - GOD'S LIGHT OF COMFORT. KEY. T. DE WITT TALMAGE'S SUNDAY I SEKMOS AT THE TABERNACLE. Seven Stars, the Seven Seals and the IK Seven Thnnders?The Best Houses In WtF Any City Ought to Be tbe Churches? , Thunder Bolts as Modern Reformers. ? D ToVumiaf>1o SnndftT r?Lb UW JL>IUUJUJ>U J.t?UUIMUVV . v Bev. T. De Witt Tahnage, D. D., in his sermon, gave a running commentary on the twentieth chapter of Revelations I - concerning the chaining of the old L dragon. The sermon was on "Seven in the Bible," and, his text, Gen. v., 22: "God blessed the seventh day." Having . spoken of the many times the word "seven" occurs in the Bible, and* each event a wondrous work of God, se said l that the numeral seven was a favorite with the Divine mind outside as well as inside the Bible. "When God would make the most inP tdligent thing on earth, the human countenance," he said, "He fashions it i ^ with seven features?the...

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. — 31 October 1888

" 'the news asd herald. *r!\r\T^I)Ar?/\ C P ?* K?' ?/. I P. 31. If RICE, ) f PKO PRIST-.) :13. J. Q. DAVIS, I P. 31. IJ1.ICK, : : : : I Miter Wednesday, October 31, : : : ?>tfa STAX?Aaj>-BS A >:K _ FOTl PRESIDENT : ' " GROVER CLEVELAND, OF xx:w VOSBL FOit VICE-PKESIDEST : ALLEN G. TKUmN, of ohio. FOR CONGRESS?FOURTH l>ISTUICr: W. 11. PERRY, of GreenAille. "No country on the globe iiai; been blessed eqnal to ours in natural advantage? of climate and soil, and if we fail adequately to improve them *v3 * shall be neglecting the opportunities afforded us by a bountiful Providence/' -o- #? Every Democrat ought to vote Tti AC?rl?T' KJJJi JL UtOUtiJ Comix? tins LiorN. The spirit of progress which has pervaded: this- community during the present year i> still actively u( work, and a determination to press steadily on iii that line is manifest t3 in the success met by these canvassing in the interest of the new ratlroid. Of coiii'j-e there arc those arnoni us, as will be found...

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. — 31 October 1888

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, October 31, : * : 1888^ READ TIIIK! - * -\r.. T S \fr>. unr canvassing uguut, ^.u. ^ Creight, is making a tour of the county and will call upon our subscribers to solicit renewal subscriptions. He is authorized to receipt for all dues (o this paper and to receive new subscriptions and orders for our job presses. If your paper has been coming irregularly please make it known to him and the cause will be investigated and removed if possible. We are constantly adding to our facilities in the job business, in the purchase of type and ma-1 chinery, and have put our prices down j at competing rates. "When anything j is needed in our line give us a chance and we will make every effort to please yoth iu work and price. Having accepted the agency of a bindery wc are prepared to "receive orders for binding magazines and oth er pamphlets, and also for rebinding j old but valuable books. Don't] forget | us. Davis & Brice. i lilvorlia ^Shoes?J. M. Beaty &...

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. — 31 October 1888

POLITICAL DIN AND ROAR. | ? A PEN PICTURE OF NEW YORK ON R .THE VERGE OF ELECTION. J v Seven Candidates for the Mayoralty?Wlii*- I pers of a Possible Compromise?Too Late 1 to Patch Up the Differences in the Local ^ Democracy?A Conservative Estimate of ^ Cleveland's Vote?Curly-Haired Kyrle ? Bellew Bleats for "Bind"?Young Jiaimie t Blaine's Double Trouble. i S **'r ckck -WEW X OKK, VCt. 1 wu nccao >?.- ^ fore election. The air is full of the blare t >??f brass bands. The streets are swarmii>g i with processions. Out of doors you can '< hardly hear your companion talk for the ! eternal din and roar. And as for j crossing the streets, hardly anything shoi I ] of a balloon would accomplish it -while ( one of the seemingly endless processions : is passing. Flags and banners and ban ; dannas are fluttering all about. A stranger might be pardoned for thinking that tbv only business done here at all is the business of politics. It has got to be virulently epidemic and is wholly ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 31 October 1888

THE NEWS AND HEBALD. STJ!P!PJjEMiLlTSrT. , - i UIZVOJ* jl y a ju rr a The farmers of this section are pret- j ty well through gathering their corn { which is about two-thirds of an aver- ' age crop. The pea crop is almost a failure. Cotton will be much shorter than was expected a month ago. Some few have sowed oats and wheat, and others are getting ready to sow. George Jeffries, colored, was found ; dead in the house of Francis Huse, ' colored, on Mr. B. A. Boulwaie's 1 place ou the night of the 17th inst. II. J. F. "W. Coleman, trial justice, summoned a jury and held an inquest. : Thejury rendered a verdict of "death ' from apoplexy." Mrs. C. W. Faucett, Jr., is very sick, and one of Mr. J. B. Crosby's children is lying very low. Mr. David Crosby, of Anderson, is visiting his relatves'in this section. Rev. J. D. Mahon preached a very interesting sermon at Cool Branch Sunday evening. Prof. E. R. Harris has a flourishing school at Cool Branch. Several students from Chester county are...

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. — 7 November 1888

MHK ^ * IV m . ? ?? ; ? " ' If VOL, XLV. WINNSBORO, S. C , WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1888. NO. 15* I A KISS. Something made or notfc'ng, tasting very * sweet; Ajenost delicious compound, with ingredients i \ ' complete; But if, as on occasion, the heart and mind are sour, It has no great significance; it loses half its power. Cftrrwtwn<? mario e\t Ti<\fch ino-. and never twice the same, BP n Though 'tis known in every country where love has bad a name; B It is clearly meant for giving, though 'tis sometimes bought ana sold, K And, like coffee and potatoes, it is not so good W when cold. It oft appeases discords, when words have failed to please, H Whether bestowed caressingly or given just Bp to tease; For a laugh will often save one from doing something worse, And the lips that taste this sweetness are seldom beard to curse. Tis the strangest,oddest mixture, this some| thing made of naught, Which Is never seen nor handled, although 'tis ofter cauebt: I. will not spoil in keeping...

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. — 7 November 1888

' THE NEWS AND HERALD, j WDiNSBOKO, S. C. P. 21. ISIilU IS, J y PBOphistoks. J. Q. DJ.VIS, I P. 31. naiCE, : : : : liistor Wednesday, November 7, : : : 1J58J5. KcpaWieaa Tricliery. It has been an open secret that .since the campaign opened the Republicans ; have been receiving money for their , campaign fund, but in the hist week or : two circulars have been sent to gentle- j men in this State in which it *vas ! stated, t;We want money and we want j it badly." In nearly every case it was a Democrat who received these circulars, which fact leads the Greenville News to remark that it is another U> i paoiic.m tncx ;o ic<xa i 'cuiocr;iu iv : think that the Republican committee ! has not been t!ie recipient of '.he large contributions reported t-? have been j received by them to offset which the j Democratic committee hnd appealed to the people. This was indeed a cunning device to cause South Carolina Democrat? to become indifferent in contributing to the campaign fund. Bat it did ...

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. — 7 November 1888

V7.-- . c ? J^JLHU-MJ i ! wa?gaaaaaB? LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, November 7, : * : loco READ THLS! Our canvassing agent, Mr. J. S. Mc Creight, is making a tcur of the county aud will call upon our subscriber? to solicit renewal subscriptions. lie is authorized to receipt for all dues to this paper and to rceeive new subscriptions and orders for our job presses. If your paper hs.s been coming irregularly please makeit known to hirn and the cause will be investigated and removed if possible. We are constantly adding to our facilities in the job business, in the purchase of type and machinery, and have put our prices down at competing rates. When anything i' needed in our line give us a chance and we will make every effort to please both in work and price. Having accepted the agency of a bindery we are preparcu iu xcwi orders for binding magazines and other pamphlets, and also for rebinding old bat valuable books. Don'tj forget us. Davis & Beice. N-".: -. ; nr-.. Kead 0. & ...

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. — 7 November 1888

?iv' ~;5y UNCLE LEM'S POTATIONS. His Beasons for Suspecting the Doctor of Being a Prohibitionist. A few nights since Col. 0. C. King delivered an excellent speech before the ilor- ( oi/itroianH ?r>r? Thnrman Club. IfOW/VtU writes a ilorristown, Tenn., correspondent of the Courier-Journal. To illustrate the be fallacy of the Republican charge that the c* Democrats are free traders, because they ai want to reduce the tariff, he told the fol- tri lowing anecdote of the doctor's experience co with his patient, Uncle Lem Austin: iu "But," the Republican orators say, "the an Democratic policy of reducing the tariff is mi a step toward free trade; we are opposed ne to free trade, and therefore oppose any- se thing that tends in that direction." This sort of talk reminds me ot old of Uncle Lem Austin's excuse for declining to reduce the number of drinks he was bi taking daily. w Uncle Lem bad been a free drinker for a long time. At last it began to tell on him. E Be became sick and sent ...

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. — 14 November 1888

m. VOL XLV, WINNSBORO, S. G, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER U, 1888. " NO. l&l ip m i - . " ' HARRISON ELECTED. 9| THE REPUBLICANS CARRY TELE COUNTRY BY A HEAVY VOTE. IT All the "Doubtful States" Give Their ElecBL toral Votes Against the National Democ? rxeru?of the Resnlt. gff _ Every State voted for Presidential H~ electors on the 6th instant Every State H except Maine, Oregon and Vermont BBWK elected members of Congress, each orHr ganized Territory elected delegates and State office?; and members of the LegisWT lature were chosen by Colorado, ConW~ necticnt, JFIorida, Illinois, Kansas, Indiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mjssouri,Nebraska,North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, West Virginia and Wisconsin. California elected her Legislature, K GeffSf Justice and Associate Judge of the Supreme Court. Iowa and Ohio elected minor State officers. Nevada elected a ffi Supreme Judge, regents of the University and Legislature. HP New*Hampshire and Tennessee elected Governors and Legisl...

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. — 14 November 1888

TiiK NEWS AND HERALD, WLXXSBOBO, S. C. 1'. XT. It MCE, ) > PSO?HIETJi:^. J. Q. DAVIS, S P. ?rl. 3HICE, : : : : 3;:litur Wednesday, November 14, : : 1303 The Bosalt auc! the Ccc.s?'.|?'i:ccs. It was finally settled on Thursday night that Harrison and Jiijrtou had been clecled, when the news was received that Chairman 13rice had given up the fight. While general gloom Lad settled over the Democracy, ever since tha returns commenced to be telegraphed, but few were prepared t-> believe that n fvcrv<? of Rfinuhiicar.ism had swept the country, us later dispatches announced. The Republicans have not only elected their candidates for President and Vice-President bnt have secured the control of the House of Representatives, hitherto Democratic, besides holding their own in the Senate. This gives the Republican party control of our government in all its department?, aid the question is being seriously asked what effect tills state of affairs will have upon the South industrially and ...

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. — 14 November 1888

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, November 14, : 1888. IlKAD THLS! Oar canvassing agent, Mr. J. S. McCreighf, is making1 a tonr of the county and will call upon oor subscribers i to solicit renewal subscriptions. He I is authorized to receipt for all dues to I this paper and to receive new subscriptions and orders for our job presses. If your paper has been coming irregularly please make it known to him and the cause will be investigated and removed if possible. We are constantly adding to our facilities in the job business, in the purchase of type and machinery, and have put oar prices down at comnctina rates. When anything is needed in oar line give us a chance | and we will make every effort to please both in work and price. Having accepted the agency of a bindery we are prepared to receive orders for binding magazines and other pamphlets, and also for rebinding old bat valuable books. Don'tj forget us. Davis & Brice. * #.w vfrt)?'.mcnrit. Read F. W. Habenicht's Ads. Don't Forge...

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. — 14 November 1888

V I GOVERNOR HILL ON THE RESULT. He Expresses His K?-gret for President Cleveland's Defeat. Albany, Nov. 9.?The Buffalo Association serenaded Governor Hill last nigbt. An immense throng followed the procession to the mansion and rapturously applauded the Executive, who was introduced by District Attorney Reilly. The Governor made a very brief and most interesting ad dress. Among other things, he said: "I do not affect to conceal my gratification over the result of the gubernatorial contest in this State. Our opponents unwisely entered upon a campaign of personal detraction, and they now discover their mistake. in common with everv true Democr*;, I greatly regret the defeat of President Cleveland in the State and the nation. He deserved better at the hands of the people 5*.' "of thisi country. Honest, brave and courageous, he gallantly led his party in the great contest for tariff reform, and suffers defeat owing to false clamor, unjust prejudices, unfair representations, and the gig...

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. — 21 November 1888

: - . . 7i^? ' " ' ?~?v T<S9 j vou XLy ~~ WINNSBORO, S. C , WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1888. NO. 17. || HOW THE DEVIL TRAVELS. | BEV. T. DEWIT TALMAGE'S SUNDAY L MOKXTXG DISCOCKSE. R His Satanic Majesty Marches to His Vic tims' Souls Through Avarice, Thflt, Bp- Forgery, Jealousy, Murder, Arson, Adultery and Every Other Crime. ^ At the Tabernacle on Sunday morning the Kev. T. DeWitt Taimage, D. D. took for the subject of his sermon: "Satan on his Travels." His test was, Job i., 7: "And the Lard said unto Satan: Wence comest thou? Then Satan I answered the Lord and said: From going to and fro in the earth, and from walking up and down in it." "In my test," said Dr. Taimage, "we haw, Satan on his travels, and I am t going to tell you some of the routes he is apt to take. Oil his way down from the palace where he reported himself in answer to the question: 'Whence comest thou?' the first range of mischief he may be expected to take is the air. It was not a witticism or a slip of the pen...

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. — 21 November 1888

?? "f" ?i ??a? THE NEWS AND HERALD. St v : WIXXSBORO, s. c. P. jr. BBtVE, ) y Phof.vIstoks. J. Q. O.IVI3, i P. 31. SiilCE, : : : : Kii'tor Wednesday, November 21. : : I The abolition of the present indirect and cumbersome method of choosing a President is a subject th 4 is not likely to be di?:nis?ed from .be public mind until the change proposed shall have boon finally effected. In fact, ever since the voters of the country chose Tiiden owr Hayes by a majority of a quarter of a million, only Jo be ?!UiV;iU'.l;fd or their choice through legaliz si indirec ion, made possible by the *ystem of v.?'.ing by :i movement f.-r popular ? I*.cli*--u of J President and Vice-President has b::en ? inevitable. The events of ISoS and ilur 'probabilities of the nest few year.-, add greatly t> the lbrce of the :uitaii-.?n f?r national electoral reform. Xe;v States will Soon be admitted, each; with sparse population, but with equality of senatorial voies. to as.-ert sur>cr:oritv over an equal 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. — 21 November 1888

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, November 21, : : 1888 READ *HIS! Oar canvassing agent, Mr. J. S. McCieight, is making a tonr of the county and will call upon onr subscribers | to solicit renewal subscriptions. He ' is authorized to receipt for all dues to this paper and to receive new subscrip^ tions and orders for our job presses. If yoar paper has been coming irregularly please make it known to him and the cause will be investigated and reI moved if possible. We are constantly f adding to our facilities in the job business, in the purchase of type and machinery, and have put oar prices down at competing rates. When anything ?n onr line ?ive us a chance and we will make every effort to please both in work and price. Having accepted the agency of a bindery we are prepared to receive oiders for binding magazines and other pamphlets, and also for rebinding old bat valnable books. Don't: forget us. a>avis & Brice. N-.v Land Sale?J. R. Arledge, Agent. No Special Leaders ? McMaster...

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