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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 1 January 1890

. : v il 1 <&* - V ' ? '-.-r? VOL. XLVI. . WLNXSBGEO, S. C, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY' 1, 1890. I ?? I 1-tif BimjDiTiTi: TSRORF.RS. I TDATTDTP TW fJFARfi! A I A. GREAT SCHEMeT^^^^ ; "the negro problem.' i ? j MEASURES INTENDED FOR ITS j GRADUAL SOLUTION. ( Federal Aid Proposed for Colored People IJeMznioir to tuuerair-^eisiur ?uiler'n I'lsiu Seconded bv Senatoyn Hampton nnil (^iboou?Seuntor Korean's Pr?i|>o?it ion.'General M. C. Cutler is giving much attention to the preparation cf ? speech in which he will discuss the race problem, which he seeks to solve in the bill which he has already introduced in the ... ' United States Senate. This bill is as follows: "Be it enacted, etc., That upon the application oi any person of color to the aemest United States commission, setting forth that he, she or they desire to emigrate from any of the Southern States, and designating the point to *hich he, she or they wish to go, with a view to citizenship and permanent residence in said country...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 1 January 1890

il.50. Editor ^__ ADVERTISING RATES, CASH: One dollar a square for th? first insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion Special rates for contract advertisers. Marriage and death notices free. Kejjjular rates charged f?>r obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicite;!. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday. January 1. : : 1 r!90 The Bsrtwell Lynehioz The lynching of eight negroes at Barnwell is one of the most inhuman. Tin warrantable and diabolical crimes i eve* committed- in the State of South ! Carolina. Lynchin* is a most dangerous mode of sat:sfying public! revenge: and if ever excusable, it is | only for the commission of one single crime, which we shall not now specify, i The Barnwell criminals were charged with murder; they had never been tried by a jury. And what adds to the horror of the deed committed by the Barnwell mob, is that they actually murdered witnesses retained in jail. To have lynched the murderers would only show that the mob carried | within their breasts un...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 1 January 1890

LVCAI. INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, January 1. : : 1890 f COTTON QUOTATIONS. Winnsboro, Dec. 30.?Good mid - < - x ? Q dling, y.oo; strict miuuuu^, middling. 9b; strict low middling, 9.35; low middling-9. Xew Advertisements. For Rent?A. Williford. Selling Out?Connor & Chandler. Regard?J. C. Caldwell, Intendant. Summons ? Sanders, Hanahan & Cath cart. Land for Sale-J. C. Feaster, Buckhead, S. CHval Uriels. ?Now is the time to plant onions and peas. TVio Ohn'ctmas ti-arlA at Ridwivav is reported as very lar^e. ?On Christmas (lay the band treated the town to music from the stand. ?The colored fireman indulged in a parade and reel races on "Wednesday. ?The Episcopal church was handsomely decorated for Christmas services. ?The hot supper at the residence of "vr>- n Ti cr<rs on "Wednesday night was quite a success. ?All in all this. has been a very pleasant Christmas week, considering the stereotyped cry of hard times. ?Mr. Floyd Propst lias removed his grocery establishment t...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 1 January 1890

preached Marriage Feast," ^text John ii, 10: 'Thou Kt'pii LILXJ ^UUU \> i'ixvx uuux n He said: Standing not far off from the demolished town of what was once called Cana of Galilee, I bethink myself of our Lords first manhood miracle, Which has been the astonishment of the ages. My visit last week to that milrAa vixrifl" in tt>v mind that beautiful occurrence in Christ's minis-, try. My text brings us to a wedding in" that village. It is a wedding in common life, two plain people having pledged each other, hand and heart. ?tbd their friends having come in for congratulation. The joy is not the less because there.is no pretension. In eacli other they find all the ?<_ future they want. The daisv in the - Ji- - . i, CUp on Mie tauiu xxiav meau ? mutuua a score of artistic garlands fresh from the hothouse. When a daughter goes off from home with nothing but a plain fathers blessing and a plain mother's love, she is missed as much as though she were a princess. It seems hard, af...

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. — 8 January 1890

1 n LI, ,,,, .Mill.. _I_m? II ! I II, JL"L.!iLU?w^*W W>l?im MJAUR Hj - , - - -- . A<!3?ig7^v . Bg j XLVI ' WIXN'SBOKO,, S. C.. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1890. " ii uiNWELIi LYNCHING. FURCHER PARTICULARS OF TtlE TR VGI- AFFAIR. '* li?- vi*n'- ?fiiT Iu?- Occnrrrnc'?Feeiini: in ilif VsciiiiJy? sctiou of {??vi>rm?r Klcbn <Non. The Governor has oflered a reward of $200 ea :h for tha capture a ad con vi i ??? "f 'io Bir^vveil lyu-.;h rs. . T ? ~]' --. J correspondent of The News and Courier writes from Barnwell: The safety of the town depends, it its said, on the fact, that two hundred alined white men svill rendezvous on vrtu-jrw lit. t.ho verv first note of im pendi j: danger. Phis was c nsi <rel this inoruiug a t? ?'?2 position to assume wbe.i it is o<?;isi(Jeri-:l that there is probably <tu equd uum*)e' whites arid negioes in the town And especially as a movement against the village might be conducted al A night by the hordes oi negroes in the ^9 districts beyond 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. — 8 January 1890

- SI.CJO. I .To. AD VERT1SING RATES, CASH: On? dollar, a square for the firot insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion Special rates for contract advertisers. Marriag? and death notices free. V(*ornlir ratiw iMormil fnf fthitn<iri?c Orders for Job Work solicited. Iff WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, January 8. : : 1890 |? The gripp is assuming a fearful aspect in New York. The death rate is increasing. Mark Twain keeps a black cat in his house and calls him j>att?n. Perhaps he believes in the omen that a black cat will bring riches. PThe newspapers in the State, with very few exceptions, condemn the VillVUVJl v in uiv */in.vfc vov words iu the English language. Seven hundred and fi fix-five miles of railroad have been built iu Sonth Carolina since 1880, and i;i the South 19710 miles of track have bien laid iu the last decade. m A great many members of both brandies of Congress caught the gripp during the holidays, and will not be in their seats for several days. Many...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 8 January 1890

^'T---" :"~ * ir - , / " l'/cal intelligence. Wednesday. January8. : : 1800 COTTON QUOTATIONS. ^ Wi^ksboro, Jan. C.?Good middling, 0.7:3; strict middling, 9 .Go; middling. 9.60; 3trict low middling-, 9.40; low middling, 9.20 to 9.40Xevv Advertisements. -!oon _r? n .te Co. av;VV?^ ? ? Notice-I. X. Withers, A. F. C. New Year's Groeting?II. Landecker, Citation?J. A. Hinnant, Judge of Probate. Eighteen Hundred and Ninety? D. A. llendrix. Notice of Dissolutiun?Jas. N. Center. Frauk M.Clarke. Notice of Dissolution?T. YV.. Woodward. Tj. B. Hicks. W. R. Ilabb. ^l.<. caliUriels. ?"Don't give up the ship." Try, try, again. ?Mount Zion opened again on Monday. ?In dating your letters, be sure to write 1890. ?The lumber for the factory is being vil/k A/k/l /\?? IA^ \ v? tnu ivt ?A large crowd was in town on Monday attending the sales. ?Mr. llolbrook Ition has moved to his plantation on Wateree River. ?The UMial ''January first" bills literally floated in tiie air on Wednesday. ?Mr. "Wm. Brice...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 8 January 1890

pmr PKmdlv in sunli^hi l^flRjjjDess. still gaily' they ^Kprend, *VA KM/r"htr/1 tV?c. Irn/'lx* ? tw? dead; But the miaitttoe clings to the oak act, in part, But with, leaves closely round it, the root, n; its heart. Exists but to twine it?imbibe the same dev. Or to la 11 with its loved oak. and perish th ere too. Thus let'a love 02 e another 'niidit sorrosvs the worst. Unaltered and fond as we ioved at the first., Tbo' the felse wing of pleasure may change and forsake. * And the bright urn of wealth into p articles brtak; There are some sweet affections that wea th cannot buy. That cling bat still closer when sorrow draws / nigh ; _ And remain with as yet though all else pass away? Then let's love one another as long as we stay. DR. TALMAGE IN SYRIA. i:- ? ?; ?- A StRMON SUGGESTED BY THE. LOCALITY AND SEASON. There Are Mauy That Will Be Saved, for . the Great Triumph Is Yet to Come?The Earthly Armies of the I.iTing God?"Ttie Sky Anthem." Bes-rout, Dec. 24.?The Rev. T. I>e Witt Tal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 15 January 1890

\ ' r VOL. XLVI. ' WINNSBOIlO, S. C;. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15. 1890. N0.^5>-^_^ NEW STATE LAWS. ACTS PASSED AT THE LATE SE3 SIGN OF THE LEGISLATURE. *? xt of "iauif ot tiie "*Io>?c Importnn Kuactment* of interest 10 il?e Public. The following are ainoug the nivr< / important of the Acts passed at th< . ! jast session of the General Assembly j j FARMING OUT CONVICTS^ / Au Act t<? amend the law in regart I to the iea.-ing and hiring out of conl. victs and to provide for the purchase j of a State farm or farms and toi i the employment of the convicts there! on. j Section 1. That the board of directors of the State Penitentiary be, and j they are hereby, authorized and em powered to purchase out of the surplus earnings of ih j Penitentiary a suitable farm or farms, to be worked B and planted b^ convicts under the superintendency of said board of directors: Provided that the price p.iid therefore shall not exceed forty thousIII and dollars. And the said board is authorized t...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 15 January 1890

Suffix-?y. The Fairtieldfiewsaid Herald. PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY -BY? News - and - Herald - Co. TEB1U, IS ADVAXCB^ ae #1.50. tlx Heath*, .... .73. _ wTn. DOUUHSS, ) ^ [ E J AS. Q. DAVIS, ^ ADVERTISING BATES, CASH: j One dollar a square for the first insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion Special rates for contract advertisers. Alarriag* ami death notices free. liegular rates cgarged for obituaries. Orders for Job Wort solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, January 15. : : 1890 ime it \mrz - ? r Why not try Brown-Sequad's elixir on the gripp? Calvin S. Brice received trie Democratic nomination for United States Senator, of Ohio, on the second ballot in the party caucus. So that the Buckeye State will be represented iu the Senate by Brice and Sherman. Ohio takes b'-r's "half aud Lalf." The Alliance in Edgefield is trying to establish a bank in tint county. The plan is to receive subscriptions in sbare3 of $25 each, payable in animal instalments of $5 per sbare, thus...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 15 January 1890

LOCAL uNTELLIOENfE. Wednesday. January 15. : : 1890 New Advertisements. Notice?T. W. Wallace. ? - . ... i t r? i? n dilation??j. a. uiuusui, u.x.x. To the Public?Macaulav & Turner. Sheriff's Sale-H. Y. Milling,S.F.C. Cork's Sales?R. H. Jennin?s1Clerk. Business Generally?McCarley & Co. We've Got the Full- Q. D. Williford | & Co. Land Sale?McDonald & Douglass, Attorneys. Notice to Creditor- ? Hayne ilcMeekin, Executor. L<,cnl Uriels. ?I have a good mulcjfor sale, cheap. J. Q. Davis. ?Forty tickets were sold to Arkansas travelers on Friday. ?A line of shade trees has been planted in front of the Hotel Duval. ?A few spring vegetables are -fVw nn mil* streets. WtiiJj; VUVJLVU xvi vuw v.b ?Every day two or three colored families leave this point for Arkansas. ? Clerk Jennings was at his post again on Thursday, feeling much better. ?Mr. T. 11. Ketchin is having ^ erected a handsome fence around his W residence. ?Mr. Robert Stevenson has moved J to the McDonald piace near...

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 January 1890

{ ar* * DR. TAIMAGE IN AUSTRIA. I ; HIS SERMON IN VIENNA, WITH NOTES ON HIS TOUR OF THE HOLY LAND, j The Surprises in Religion?The Fascination that Surrounds Jerusalem ar.d tho , f ?* ~ 1 : 1" Cn1/.n%#.n*^ acj* vi ^ . * ; His Capitol. Vienna, Jan. 5.?Tho ilex. T. De j Witt Talmage, D. I)., of Brooklyn, preached in this city today on '"The surprises of Religion." His text was ; Icings x, 7: "Behold, the half was j ? not tolcl me.1' Tiie sermon was as fol- j lows: Appearing before vou today, my i mind yet agitated with the scenery of i the Holy Land, from which we have | just arrived, you will expect me to re- j vert to some of the scenes once \ enacted there. Mark a circle around j Lake Galilee, and another cir- j cle around Jerusalem, and you de- J scribe the two regions in which cluster ; memories of more events than in any other two circlcs. Jerusalem was a spell of fascination that will hold mc ine rest of my life. Solomon had resolved that that city should be the j center of all...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 22 January 1890

\ ^ I i ' ' ?? III ~"""T~ 1 " 1 I" Will i innijl -*a?? ???*? ???<?PM^? ? 1 <sss?r ri itP^ 4 <%, ,4 ? ^ . . <$k ^il [If . . .. t| % VOL. XLVI. WINNSBOKO, S. C.. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1800. NO. 26. - HH-i *1 ~m~m ?^rtA3u-^-.- - -J aoona?opMBeaBMxaaBMyagB^^w^wM^aaBga?BMBMBa^Mi i jeCMgh""| '"PIF^?" ' "' ^MpijigMn? _ : tJROWIftG BETTER. THE SOUTH ADDING TO ITS WEALTH DAILY. And Bill Arp Says If Somebody Will Solve the N'esrro l'roblein Everything Will Be All Kisrk;. there ever such a time and such a country? Verily, it looks like the ancient Aladdin had come to life with his lamp and was just going about buildiug cities. Two weeks ago I was at Cross Plains, a little place fifty miles from here, and there wasnt anything there much?not very much ?just a wide place in the road and a range of high hills a mile or fwo away. There were some good cotton lands stretching out in broad, level acres, atnd there was a creek not far away. There was a little settlement of unpretending cot...

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 January 1890

lb FairlieldSewsand Herald. PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY -BY? Npws - and - Herald - Co. ! TERMS, IN ADYAXCE < ? Year. .... SI.50, Six Hewthx, .... .75. ,W. D. DOUGLASS, ) > Editors. J AS. Q. DAVIS, ) ADVERTISING BATES, CASH: One dollar a square for the first insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion Special rates for contract advertisers. Marriag? and death notices/ree. Kegular rates cnarped for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. WINNSBORO. S. C. Wednesday. January 22. : : 181)0 The new bank of Anderson has been in operation five months on a paid up capital of $W,970, and has an undivided profit account of $,09S.24. Nearly seven per cent. We publish to-day a call for a State j Suiiday-school Convention by Clias. H. Carlisle, chairman, to be held in ColA + rlox' s\-? LLLLLUMX * Vii IHV Xl ll VA *'A,W4 VI* As stilted in the call the promise is made that this will be "the most successful, the liveliest and most largely attended Sunday-school Convention in tins ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 22 January 1890

IAK/AL iXIELLIGENCE. Wednesday, January 22, : : 1890 Xew Advortisements. Head A. D. Holler's Ad. Racket?D. A. Hendrix. Strayed or Stolen?Oliver Sloan. We Have Received?D. Lauderdale. Clifton Gardens?Mrs. H. A Gaillard. Horses, Marcs andplules?A. Williford. Restrain Your Impatience?D. Lauderdale. Citation?.). A. Kinnant. Judge of Probate. l.c-cut Uriels. ?We had some frost on Tuesday morning. ?Cotton is seen coining in town every day. ?Cap?. C. S. Dwight is enclosing his residence with a fence. ?Now is a j;ood time to insure your properly against loss bv fire. ?Several cases of grip are reported in the neighboihood of the quarry. ?Mr. Ouzts, representing the Charleston World, favored us with a call on Friday. -Twenty-five or thirty negro families have left Montieello and Strother for Arkansas. ?We understand sixty negroes heve left "Woodward and Blackstock for the "West. _ ?It is with pleasure that we are able to report that Sheriff Milling is still improving. ?Mr. Seigier has a boil...

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. — 22 January 1890

m?- - - . V - , " >mwwwwiwM)wiiroi ,1,11iwtEpaaj*a?fc?TEE ROYAL CHILD JOASlLi SERMON OF DR. 7ALMAGE IN PARIS, I SUNDAY, JAN. 12. ! i 5"fae t?ur;?alion of Athaliah?Xleiuarkablc ; / Preservation and Restoration of <J<>ash. God Will Never Allow Hi* Trrje I-iuo to Bo Kntirely Cat Off. Paris, Jan. 12.?The Rev. T. De Witt TaImage, D. D., of Brooklyn, preached in this city today. lie is making his way home, which he exEcts to reach in the early part of ibruary. Dr. Talmage"s text was: "Jehosheba. the daughter of King .Joram, sister of AliazirJi, took Joa?h the son of Ahaziah, and .scoie hiiu fr-^m among the king's sons which w.-re slain; and they hiu hhn, even Lim and his nurse, in the b.xlchamoer from Athaliah, so that be was ::ot slain. And he was with her hid in the house of the Lord six years."?II Kings, xi, 2, 3. He suid: Grandmothers are more lenient with their children's children than they were with their own. At fo.-ty years of of age, if discipline bo necessary, clias ...

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. — 29 January 1890

' ' ^ mmmhmh - | ? 'i ii ? j- i 111 be - j b ' a * ' bg agg ?- -- ? bbg-ghb ' ' g-bgeg ' ' g ?*>?^^mgssgg - "~ "1 :.~" . . .. ; . . - . . - . ,^_ . aa*f : vat. yt.vt 2 WINN8B0R0, S. C\, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY .29, 1890. , ' &(xMi J V-U? THE COMINU CAMPAIGN. A CONTEST PROPOSED WITHIN THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. An Addres* to the Democrats of South Carolina, Isaaed by Order ot the Executive Committee of the Formers' Awsociu tion of >oath Cn.ro!inat To the Democracy of South Carolina: For four years the Democratic party in t'ie Stn.e has been deeply agitated, aja efforts nave been made at the primaries and conventions to secure letrencbmeut and reform, and a recognition of the need* ami rights of the masses. Tne first furmero' convention met in April, 1S86. Aaother in ilovember of the same year perfected a permanent organization under the name oi the "Farmers' Association of South Carolina Tills association, representiug the reform element in the party, has heid two annual sessions sin...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 29 January 1890

\ ' The FairMdNewsand fall! i | j?rzr rvTfun v. VERY WEDNESDAY ! -BY? News - and - Herald - Co. : TEIi-ttS, IX ADVANCE : One Year. .... #1.50. ?lx Moutiis, .... .75. ^W. D. DOUGL VSS 1 / Editors. I JAS. Q DAVIS, ) AD VERTISING RA TES, CASH: j One dollar a square for the first inser- ! tion and tifty cents for eacii suDsequent insertion Special rates for contract advertisers. Marriag# and death notices free. Keeular rates cnarged for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited.; WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, January 29. : : 1390 The delay of the committee on rules in reporting to the House is a just canse for the minority to kick. It is reported that Blaine will resign, j His son Walker helped him a great deal, j and it is thought now that Walker's i death and failing health will force a ! resignation. Ruskix. the great literay critic of J England, has lost his miiul. There ! is something peculiarly awfu! in the j ruin of a human mind, and especially ! so when it it is a mind, from the l...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 29 January 1890

r ; " - ' - . ' ' LOUaL IE Li L(jE j* UE. Wednesday. January 29, : : 1890 2*ew Advertisements. ?1 f. Laudecker. _?jLftiiVCvu l/vn.. They Have Arrived?D. Lauderdale. - Citation?J. A. Hiunant, Judge of Probate. Fresh Garden Seed ? McMasler, Brice & Ketchin. The Columbia Phosphate Compauy ?It. E. Ellisoo, Agent. LIriels. ? Watch for the happiest hits of Jed. on Thursday night. * ?D. Lauderdale has just received a fine lot of popular books. ?Mr. E. ~\Y. Goley is night watchman at the Oil Mill, vice Crosslaml. ?There is some taik of a whist party being gotten up in a few days. ?Fresh garden seeds at McMaster, j Brice & Ketchiu's. Head their adver- i tisement. ?Mr. S. B. Crawford is now in the employ of Mr. It K. Ellison in ,the sale oi'stuck. ' ?If y*u have not paid your taxes do so quickly. The books will positively close on the 31st inst. ?Several car loads of stock have been shipped from our town within the past week or two. ?The molasses candy men of last spring will open thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 29 January 1890

MgHBBHHMHH IHW ilJ IJ LJLLL-U?L TALMAGill ABROAD. * ELOQUENT SERMON PREACHED BY HiM IN LONDON. e il jL'ne Apoaiiet rrisoc tioatsc?i/inun:uii i Chains and Damp fJuoceon*?God Pity j tt the Prisoner- The Pit, the Moo*# Uen. the BlaziDC Furnace, ibe Stake and rbo ^ Prison for Christian*. The Bev. T. De Wilt Talmage, D. fj D., of Brooklyn, preached in London, Sunday, taking for his text Acts rvi, * 31: "Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, ^ and thou shalt be saved/' He said: * Jails are dark, dull, damp, loathsome v places even now; but were worse in the c apostolic times. I imagine to-day we ? are standing in the Philippian dungeon. t Do you feel the chill? Do you hear the v groan of those incarcerate ! ones v ho t for ten years have not seen the sun- ? light, and the deep sigh of woaieu ^ whf remember their father's house, j and mourn over their wasted estates? < Listen again. It is the cough of a con- i gumptive, or the struggle 01 one iu a i nightmare of a great horror. You lis- 1 t...

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