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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 27 November 1889

F f THE THANKSGIVING TURKEY. < Hot? dear to my heart ar? the scenes of my childhood, When fond recollection presents them to view; Ti? orchard, the meadow, the deep taiigled \ wild wood, And every loved spot which my infancy knew; The hay rack, the plow and the old fashioned V cutter; The Iambs that were full of their frolic and j *ia?; The warm flowing milk and the good bread | and butter; I And e'en the fat turkey that sat in the j tree: The young, tender turkey, the good, fat ; Ii turkey, The Thanksgiving turkey that sat in tbz j tree. That Thanksgiving turkey I hailed as a trea- , . sure. For always in 1*11 when returned from ths J school, I found it the source of an exquisite pleasure, \ \ AH roasted and seasoned, of stuffing so full How gladly I saw ft with eyes that were j ^ glowing! m ' ; How pleasant at home on the fane then to ?.be! "" To feast on the cock that in summer was ; crowing, And e'en the tat turkey that sat in the tree; The young, 'tender turkey, the good, fa...

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. — 27 November 1889

f nBHMnMHMDHMnHI THE JEWS AND HERALD. ' SUPPLEMENT. | COTTXTY STAR ROUTES. 14146. Fro? Cornwell, by Halsellville, Crosbyville, Wolling, Feasterville, Buckhead, and Albior to Cornwell, six times a wee . Leave Cornwell daily, except Sunday, at 6 a. n?. Arrive at Cornwell by 7 p. in. 14177. From Winnsboro. by Rion, Horeb, and Kabb, to Long Run, twice a week. Leave Winnsboro MonDav and Friday at 8 a. m. Arrive at Long Run by 3 p. in. Leave Long Run Tuesday ar.d Saturday at 8 a. m. Arrive at Winnsboro by 3 p. m. 14178. From Ridgeway, by Longtown, Camden, and Smyrna, to Kidgeway, twice a week*. Leave Ridgeway Monday and Friday at 6 a.m. Arrive at Camden by" 2 p. m. Leave Camden Tuesday and Saturday at 6 a. m. Arrive at Ridgeway by 2 p. m. 14171*. From Winnsboro to Flint Hill, twice a week. Leave Winnsboro Wednesday and Saturday at 8 a. ni. Arrive at Flint Hill by 12 : m. Leave Flint Hill Wednesday and Saturday ac 1 p. in. Arrive at Winnsboro'by 5 p. m. 14180 From Alston, by Jenkinsvillc a...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 4 December 1889

^ ^ | ^^ ^ ' ''' ^ ^ '"' . . ' f; VOL. XLVI. ' ' vrisSSBOBO, S. C.; WEDXESDAY, DEC'EMBER 4, fs89. THE GENER AL ASSgpLY SOUTH CAROLINA'S LAW-MAKERS MEET IN ANNUAL SESSION. * Both !!?!:?* Go io Work, Without Delay. On Lnrt Year'* Calnider*?New Measures introduced, &c.---Yhe Dnv'n Pro ceeujncra >n j;eta.si. Columoia Register Nov. 27. At 13" o'clockye&rerday whcu Colonel Sloaa, the veteran Clerk of the House, rapped to ordt.*r ana proceeded to sail the roil, there was not quite as large a numb ,r of visitors present as :s usuai at tho opening of the session, and oaiy a fpic flu* oMlierips w ? to ? ? At the members' desks there were a number of vacant seats, bat stii! considerably more than a quo'/um were present to an* . swer to their names. The day's proceedings were opened with a fVrvi^ and eloquent prayer by the Rev. I)r Ellison Capers. Speaker Simons, ia a sbort speech of congratulation to the members upon reassembling for the discharge of their dutiei, commended them to ...

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. — 4 December 1889

The FairM Nfer uUIeoMJ * UBS Q. DATB, T . Fr?cid*mt. TSS?,DT AOTiXCZ t ?* Om T?*r. 1 - . . - SI* 50. JjgbLJtoftfel. = - -.. - .78. _ W. D. D8UGLASS. - - Editor. ADVERTISING RATES, CASH: One dollar a squate for the first Insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent Insertion. Sprcial rates, for contract advertisers. "Marriage and death notice free. ISejratar rates enarj*ed for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. ^ ... WINNSBORO, S. C. r ":i; ? .... i Wednesday. December +. : : 188'J i __ j new republic of the United Stales,of Brazil is adopting all the bad .as well as the good laws of this country. , They have adopted universal suffrage. && gg- ' -Itis saidthatex^pcakerCarlisIe does jiot {desire: a position on any of tlie ??will lwx?? <\f tlio fWMWWW, UUV ?iu.wui.n.wu> , .minority oathc floor. - It would-tteern . thatTse eoold. be-of more service on 'k>toe committee.' 'He will know liow-1 ever what is. best.' , I - ATnr. t'sT the hide-bound parsimony ! df the...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 4 December 1889

MiieSiwSi ssE Lu-AL LYiiLUGENCE. ;". Wednesday, December 4, : : 1889 1 '-* ' 11^: vy New Advertisements. vf ; For Sent?J. M. Elliott. - For Bent? A. Williford. Bargains?Caldwell & Bcffi ?? Dresses-Q. D. Williford & db. Wanted?P. E. Collier, Near York. Notice?Juo. A. Stewart, Chairman. Cbristmaa Goods?Connor 4; Chandler. Citaiion?J. A. flinnant, Judge of Probate. " - , . , Lccal JirieJs. . . ?Rev J. C. Stoll ha? been continued _ in charge of his last years circuit. ?Centreyille now has two scores- tbat of J. M. llood and that of S. C. Moore. ?We have been suffering from an attack of roal -weather. co?.se<jueiitiy some of lis are afore hjj. ?Mr. X. C. Kobertsogi, Avbo has been confined to his bed fur eleven -weeks, is still a i^reat sufferer. ?A large crowd was in town on Monday to attend the Rales. Several tracts of land were sold, bringiflg fair priccs. ?The .Uidgeway posioffice w still ? under tire management of A. A. Mor^ ris, J~. (* . Wiiiianir.. (.'ut po*unafr? ter. h...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 4 December 1889

TALMAGE AT ATHENS, j The Brooklyn Divide on His Pil- | grimage to the Holy Land. " -?- ! He breaches a serjjioxi to tne Aitieiuan'* i Based on ^pwoJPassajfos of Paul's Epistle to the Corintlilans? The Profound .Mr>tcr. ies of ProviUeace. 1'. LVVViit Taimage, D. D., preached recently .it Athens, Greece, basing' his discourse on the following two passages from the l'auline epistles: I. Corinthians, ii. "9: "Eve hath not seen, nor ear heard." and I. Corinthians, xiii, 2: "For now we see through a glass, darkly.'' The sermon was as follows: Both these sentences were, written by the most illustrious merely human being the world ever saw, one who walked these streets, and preached from yonder pile of rocks, Mars Hill. Though moro classic associations are. connected with this city than with any other city under the sun, because here Socrates," and ov,-'I A cfsit.1 or*/] TV-rr< X aiiu ? 7 and Pericles, and Herodotus, and Pythagoras, and Xenophon, and Praxitele wrote, or chiseled, or t...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 11 December 1889

t?- mrnrnm??? G/jgggSBB5BKRSBBBBBBBBnBUBtB9RKUBBBBEBBHBGBBB^SSBBi H B S " Bgggg B BB . - . . . . 5 BB , , g BB 3 El-.., - g S -' fHB B BB ? r?f^drf-JgjL_i?JgL^^w^ . ^. VOL. XLVI. WINNSBORO, S. G.. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1889. N0 20 I TALMAGE AT JOPPA. He Preaches a Sermon on "Tin Birthplace of Sewing Societies." The Work of Dorcas and.the Charities mt the Xeedle?What the Woman Did for th^ Poor and Their Sorrow at Her Death. Tiev. T. De Witt Talmage, D. D., preached at Jappa recently to a company of Christian people of various denominations on "The Birthplace of Sewing Societies." He took for his text A'-ts ix. S9: "And all the widows stood by bim weeping, and showing the coats' a:!'l garments which Porcas made while she was with theijaJi-iie preacher said: Cbristians_&f-Joppa! Impressed as I am with your mosque, the first I ever saw, and stirred as I am with the fact ih.-it your harbor once floated the great rafts of Lebanon cedar from which the ?icwples at Jerusalem were build...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 11 December 1889

/ - ' v-.;> - -- : ^ ' ' f The Fairfield New and Herald. PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY -BY? News - and - Herald - Co. JAMES Q. DAVIS, . - FresideBt. TERM*, IX ADTASCK : Oat Y??r. .... 11.50, Sir Muaths, .... .75. W. ?. D?UGLAS->. --- Editor AD VERTISING RATES, CASH: One dollar a square for the first insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion Special rates for contract adTertssew. Marriage and death notices free. Kegular rates charged f >r obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, December 11. : : 1889 ' ] Jefferson Davis. The news of Jefferson Davis'death, which reached here ou Friday, quickened the beat of hearts, brought tears to eyes, and bowed heads in sorrow. Jjove for him fonnd an abiding placi j not only ^in the se*t of affection of ; those who knew him as the great ! statesman in actual service and who [ knew him as the President of the j Confederacy; but the babes of the j Confederacy, taught at their mothers' j knees to revere...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 11 December 1889

|p^"r - ~ : L*JVAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, December 11, : : 1?'589 COTTON QUOTATIONS. Winxsboro, Dec. 9.?Good mid- j dling, 9.Go; strict middling, 9.CO; mid- j dling. 9 9 10; strict low middling, 9?; tinges, 9.30. to 9 7-10. Xew Advertisements. D. A. Ilcndrix. Tr - T p Xr C.n. rx es?1?. 1'. >V Furniture?J. J. Gerig & Co. Hurrah f>r the Holidays?G. A. White. Money fo Loan?Abney & Thomas, Columbia, S. C. Dissolution of Partnership?R. T. Matthews, J- H. Cummings. Local Briefs. ?J. H. Kaufman and family are I temporarily located at Tryon City, I N. C. ?Capt. I. N. "Withers lias purchased the Bacot house, and moved into it on Tuesday. ?Mr. J. VV. MoCreiglit has moved 1 ?.-vr3 lui into the iionsejim vutucu BjBK \. N. Withers. H ?Bring: the little children to the I mass meeting to-day. May they .never be asliamed of Jefferson Davis. F?? ?The stock of goods belonging to I The firm of Landecker & Brother were I sold by the Sheriff on Tuesday at auc& lion. V ?The Bnckhe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 11 December 1889

t "OffE KO MAN." I ONE PRECEPT OF'A DEBT-PAYING RELIGION. A SermoD Ktwntir Preached ty the ttev. P. F. Kilzo. of Laacaiter-l'exi: "Owe So Man Annulling:."?Koio. XIII, S. Lancaster Ledger. I know of no more appropr ate season or the pulpit to speak out upon the duty of meeting one's finaocial obligations. than now. The summer has passed; the crops are being rapidly harvested and now if 'be time for men to pay what they owe. But, you say, there is no money in circulation, crops are very short. I believe it is a good thiDg for some men that crops are short, for it gives some of tne dishonest fellows some excus*, and you know the old adage, "A poor excuse is better than no excuse." kr\A onoi'n if enmfl men did not have A.UV4 tt^U4U, ** something to murmur against God for they would be miserable. Our people are 3tUBJtURD?G PEOPLE. Did you ever see a crop that was not short ? I would like to^ee how much corn and cotton an acre had to prodnee iu order to come up to some men's idea | of &am...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 11 December 1889

k COUNTY STAR ROUTES. 1414C. From Cornwell, by Halsellville, Crosbyville, Wolling, Feasterville, Euckhead, and Albion, to Cornwell, six times & week. Leave Cornwell daily, except Sunday, at a. m. Arrive at Cornwell by 7 p. ra. 14177. From Winnsboro. by Rion, Iloreb, and Iiabb, to Long Run, twice a week. Leave Winnsboro Monpay and Friday at 8 a. m. Arrive at Long Run by 3 p. m. Leave Long rRun Tuesday and Saturday at s a. nt. Arrive at Winnsboro by 3 p. m. 14178. From Ridgeway, by Longtown, Camden, and Smyrna, to Ridgeway, twice a week. Leave Ridgewav Monday and Friday at 6 a.m. * ? ? !??/? *?+ I 'A W"? O Y\ TO RML -TX i i ivc aw \>auiu^u m jr w m* Leave Camden Tuesday and Sat\ urday at 6 a. m. Arrive at RidgeX way by 2 p. to. t 14179. From Wiiwisboro to Flint Hill, twice a week. Leave Winnsboro Wednesday and Saturday at 8 a. m. Arrive at Flint Hill by 12 m. Leave Fiint llill Wednesday and Saturday at 1 p. m. Arrive at Winnsboro by 3 p. m. 14199. From Alston, by Jenkinsville a...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 11 December 1889

JEFFERSON DAVIS. A Long ana tventtui career in Business, War and Politics. FOUK SCORE YEARS AND MORE. The Two Kentucky Boys, Lincoln and Davis?On the Northern Frontier?A Cotton Planter?Enters Congress ? The Mexican War?President of the Southern Confederacy?Imprisonment, Release and Old Age. Jiore IDHLI eiguty jreitlb boys, bora in widely different social spheres, entered upon still more widely diverse careers: Abraham Lincoln, in Hardin (now Larue) county, and Jefferson Davis, in Christian (now Todd) county; Lincoln born February 12,1809, and Davis on the 3d of Jane preceding. jsnrsBSOx da vis. . [From a war time portrait.] No dark sibyl hailed them at their birth as the coming exponents of an awful struggle. No prophet would have dared predict in the days of their prominence that tbo rugged Lincoln was soon to fall, while the defeated, an invalid during a third of his life, would survive his great antagonist for a quarter of a century, outliving all the actors of his age in the gre...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 18 December 1889

yoL == ~ ^ ' " W1XXSB0R0. S. C., ,^ECEMBEB 18, 1889. ^ ^ ^X0' 2L THE LEGISLATURE. PROGRESS OF OUR LAWMAKERS IN LAWMAKING A Heavy Calendar in the Ilou.e, and Lott of Work for the Senate. At the c\of-c of the speonri week of the session of 1389 the Legislature of South Carolina appeared to have made decided ly slow progress, if judgment may be formed from the number of public measures carried through the final stage of law-making. The House calendar contained 271 measures?bills, resolutions and claims. A resolution was passed pro idicg that no bills be introduced after tee lxtn lose, except oy ine committees on ways and meaus, judiciary, and privi ? leges and elections. Tae Senate has exhausted its calendars much better, to be in readiness for the avalanche of bills, 'that must be expected from the House. Both bodies will put on steam for the last pa t of the session.THE PUBLIC PRINTING. The bill, by Col. McKissick, of Union, . to ametd the law in relation to State nrinfimr name nn in...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 18 December 1889

Sp?.-. V K-" I The Fairfield New and Herald. si ^PUSLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY fNews - and - Herald - Co. JAMES Q. DAVIS, - - President. p... TKRlTi, IX ADVANCE : 1 V Oa#Y?ar SI.50, Six Mouths, - - - - .to. _ ?-* W. ?. D?lrGLAS>. - - - Editor ? ADVERTISING RATES, CASH: One dollar a squ.are for tlxtr first insertion and fiftj? cents for each subsequent Insertion Special rates for contract adr" > rertisers. Jlarriaj:# and death notice free. Regular rates euirged for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. .. WINNSBORO, S. C. ^ Wednesday. December- 18. : : 188'J We calf special attention to important interrogatories of J. M. G , arid hope that Ihev will draw out some valuable information from our farmers. f Gen*. McCkady's bill for the working of convicts on the public roads has been defeated. After all of the discus sion on this question it seems that no definite and practical result will be accomplished by the Legislature. We will probably continue to run in the old ruts for som...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 18 December 1889

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, December 18, : : 1889 COTTON' QUOTATION'S. Wixxsboro, Dec. 1G.?Good mid dling, 9 60; strict middling, 9.55; middling. 9.50; strict low middling, 9.45; timrcs. 9.25 to 9.40: stains, 8.50 to 9.20. ' ' Xew Advertisements. Notice?Edgar Trapp. Christinas?D. Lauderdale. Cows lor Sale?M. M. Iluey. Clerk's Sales?R. H. Jennings,Clerk. Sheriffs Sales-11. Y. Milling, S-F.C. Citation?J. A. Hinnant, J. 1*. F. C. SheiitF's Sale?II. Y.Milling, S.F.C. I.?. I?r?ets?. ?There will be an Indian show in town next Monday. Look out for it. ?The Yvaterce Prizy Club, which has now become one of ihe celebrities of the county, wi.i award prizes c:i next Friday. ?Tn suite of the short crows the ma jority of the merchants report thai; their Kale for last Saturday were unusually large. ?The cotton receipts last Saturday were exceedingly good: the largest we have had for-j the corresponding month in a long time. ?Here and there good crops have been made bv individuals. Several have ...

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 December 1889

S r. -.. 115 THE CELESTIAL CITY. | Dr. Talmago Proach.es a Sermon in and About Jerusalem. -: Bow the* I'laee is Associated with the Sav jy. lonr. Solomon, and David?Thoughts A!?ont the Cracifixion and Christ's Suffering:?A Sym'ms! <->* TTftavesi. At a large gathering of Christian people in Jerusalem recently, Rev. T. De Witt .Talmage was the preacher. His text was Matthew xxiii, 37: ".Jerusalem! Jerusalem'/' The sermon i-i appended: This exclamation burst from Christ's lips as he came* in sight of this great _ city, and. although things have marvelously changed, who cm vi<ir, Jerusalem to-day without having us mighty past roll over him, and ordinary utterance must give place for the exclamatory as we cry: O Jerusalem, Jerusalem! Disappointed with the Holy Land many have been, and I have heard good friends say that their ardor abou i sacred places had been so dampened that they were sorry they ever visited Jerusalem. But with mo the city and its surroundings are a rapture, a...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 25 December 1889

VOL. XLVI. WIXN'SBORO. S. W^ESDAY,^^ ur., 18S9. ^ ^ ^ v ' NO. 22.. ' t | OUR LAWMAKERS. HOW THEY PROGRESS IN' LAWMAKING. Some Account of the Work cl'llic *?e??ate uuu iar nuiinn ?"?vi Oflicer* Elected. Below will be found some account of the important proceedings of the Legislature sinct; our last report: THE CLEM SON COLLEGE. The passage of the Clemsjn bill to its third reading did not end the discus lion of its provisions. ludeed, the warmest debate of the session arose upon the question of it3 final passage. The Columbia correspondent of the News and Courier reports as follows: Mr. Haskell, who, with Messrs O'Brien and McKissick, ha J- gone to New Or leans to represent the State at the funeral of Mr. Davis, was agaiu with bis colleagues in.the hall whau the Cleiuson College bill came up for its final reading. He took the opportunity, which was thus afforded, for placii g himself upon record in regard to t be bill, aod for expressing his opinion as to the manner in which it had be...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 25 December 1889

ife.' V;-: Tie FairfieldSewsaod Herald. . ^ PUBLISHED MVBRT WBDNBSDAT -BYjjs? News - and - Herald - Co. JiXXS Q. DATIg, . . Fr?8ld?Bt. % ; . : ~ TKRKS, nc ADTAXCX: T?*r. .... SI.50, X?ntlM, ..... .75. ?. - - - Editor I ;^| AD VERTISING RATES, CASH: f One dollar a square for the first inserc :|Won and fifty cents for each subsequent Insertion Sprciai rates for contract advertisers. Marriage and death notices free. ltezular rates c .arg^d for obituaries. Orders for Job '>V\>rfc solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, December 25. : : 1889"' Congressman Cothrax has reconsidered his determination to resign his seat in Congress. Oh.- how disappointed M?tne ahitiou- men will he! Kicumond h?s strut another set ot'j resolutions to Mrs. Davis nritcra'ing a de>:re th*t ihe :enjain? of tin- ex-l're-i dent he buried in that city. If agre?a ble to Mrs. Davis, Richmond, th?i - . _ m j capital of the taller Uoutetierac}, wei think, its the most appropriate place ill j the South for his sep...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 25 December 1889

THE STORMY TASSAGE. "j DR. TALMAGE PREACHES tN THB AN- j ?/ . . ?^r- r\c i?*DCDW4IIU Ultrs I VILLHUC vr vnrtiiMnwn,. A. Sermon Appropriate t , C?i i'l-ioe Delivered on the Banks ol JLoke Where Christ Stilled the Tempest So Many Centuries Ajo. Capern'altu, Dec. 15.?The Rev. T. De Witt Talmage, D, D., preached here todav to a 2:roup of friends on "T^ie Stormy Passage," taking for his texts the verses of the gospel following: John'vi, 17: "Entered into a ship, and went over the sea toward Capernaum and Mark iv, 39: "And he arose and rebuked the wind an I ...... t. He said: Here in this seashore viiiage was the temporary home of that Christ who for the most of his life was knmftiocc Ci-n tba sitp. of this village. now in ruins, and all around this lalce, what scenes of kindness and power, and glory and pathos when our Lord lived here! It has been the wish of my life?I cannot say the hope, for I naver expected the priv:1"""*? tand on the banks of Guliio*. t a solemnity and what a rapture...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 25 December 1889

If all W S? K ^ jjpr ten H&Master, B excellent mr presents. hnf MP I pto the anti HB) egg-nog for Hiicht says he has Bmiiuc imported R-s etc., for this B keeps an excellent Wf extends a cordial BsroiiS to inspect his W Won't you a<vept? P^dsome books, Avholestmas books for boys BMfcklerdale adver -RESSION.?Mr. J.M. i~2-3 town on pr$ ^5h has'jast reif /i'i? ?? California and e? C" c? r y .>_ prospecting, and, after as concluded that there e South Carolina. He hough the farmers in iO bushels of corn to the shels here are worth as re, and the tideof immived to the banks of the >n the west and to the British Provences on the lis being true, the time when the tide will be ae South. After close r. TCntrlish thinks the Brances for a bright future in South JPParolina are icore encouraging than B^J^ in the West. P this Building a Railroad Through a Morass.?Capt. C. S. Dwight, who has HKupany been engaged near 2sew Orleans in Bplacc on building a railroad along the MissisBrive, b...

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