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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 5 February 1890

I ?r vin WINNS'BORO, S. a, WEDNESIUY, FEBRUARY 5, 1890. ' . WO.'28. ? i? \ UJLi. aij > jl. H Oil E-M A DE FE UTILIZER S AN IMPORTANT ENTERPRISE IN AUGURATED IN COLUMBIA. Tbe Work .' inprted Out by the Columbia Phosphate Company? What It Ofl'ers to tb? Farinera of Georgia and the Car?* liuas. An important branch of home industry has just been established at Columbia, S- Cv under the name oi the Columbia Phosphate Company. The officers are as follows: President?W. A. Clark, Vice President?J. C. Haskell, Secretary an<I Treasurer?Wilie Jones, Superintendent?T C. Robertson, Direc' Jxr A f!larb James Woodrow, J. IAHS FT. -LJL. , C. Haskell, G. L. Baker. The company has just issued a circular setting fourth its purposes and its facilities. It says: Before purchasing your fertilizers for another season we \ desire to call your attention to the goods we will put upon the market for the crop of 1S90. and trust that you , wiil give them a full trial, satisfied not only that the result ob...

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. — 5 February 1890

4 &&rW$DJESI)A - ilelkld Jfco. ^ -7? r? TSUSU, IX ADTAKCB; X??r. - - . I Si.50^ ?lt X??thi, .... .75. ">V^D.'DOUG LASS, ) ? 1 1 } Editors 1 * " ;.' JA.S. Q DA.TIS, ) .SO:M&3Cl~MAHT0P ,')/}/ * ?~4M$&1W+WHSI'J^CASH: One'dotts? tqukte for the first laser*"' ^r.ii.^i&r;itifta.an<fr. .fifty- ?eate fot ??<A! subsequent . - InsftrtioiL Sn^cial-rate*-for coatraet ad "* * "' ^lf*rni??.'iiufdea& npticqafr^. .,?? ? ? \o p.co*> -Ife^xrtates'b.Vaj^r for obituaries,.) ocdd f:*A l<)PGW5-for^9^>:^?^Jrk'sol^c^tetl:,. ' s.c. ." " >.i.> >- a I - ' ' "v iu - aV;'F^raary 5, A: ( : 1890 -<f **"* *u h~* w::'**##:.;] ?^id A *? ? * " " v.... oa<.riT rP-Neirfe I'tfacti&T Winrifeboro 'On Mon>o tiie^o^i wrv;m 'J1^. Bovpe. He,was.a uxUve.Qf;Chariestoii ?j>o3 nr. 7?r>r.T p?.>: ? '-* - > -> ~ ^ ,:.v< orfvMi ?,au4.sparK'^af .<iaiigi?t r of Dc, George ^ivjPeftEso?.'t>fM<>??ticeH(>. He practiced ?*Q fewfor :M*uetline lii...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 5 February 1890

IP*-" p atiwaw*.!SSggSSMiS-r-'i|Wii" """* '* ? THE POWER OF A NAME.!* 8? " m y< DR. TALMAGE PREACHES DUR^3 IXG A DELAY OF t '? h? *luHirnn<! T? ,. r .~ytln- I Si Tousro^ in Kvcry JJi?- ti iSSKVbt:- Impocacce of Appropriate J ^^ n?Appellation*. ^ Qukenstown, Jan. 26.?While the c steamer Aurania, from Liverpool, was , * lying in this harbor a few hours today s waiting for the mails, manj' of the pas- Tk " Tk? sengers went asnore. me jvjv . . Witt Talmage, D. D., was the 1 number, and took advantage of the opportunity to preach. His subject : was, "What is in a. name?"and his text I Phillipians ii, 9: '"A name 1 above every name." Th** 5 preacher said: M BoW L3n(Ji ' On my way fr?5r lhe s!eamer to re. . and while America, I preach same h,?ura *^js .v h|ci? Wiis OIl6 rapturous and enthusiastic ^descriptions of the name of Jesus. By common proverb we have'come to be /r lieve that.there is nothing in a n?tne, and so parents sometimes present their children for baptism regardless cf ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 5 February 1890

w y p * lOXJHJ TMELIISENllr^l Wednesday. Fcbraary 5. : : 1890 I ccal Briers. ?Mr. John Gladden has moved into the Elliott cottage. ?A great many wagon loads of cotton came in town Friday. ?The Johnstown Flood Co. have left town. Come again when you can't stay so loifg. ?The ladies of the Methodist Church will serve lunch, dinner, and supper during court week. ?The Band played several very ? pretty pieces of music on-the street Thursday afternoon. ?The male dealers of town are having a "picnic." A large number of mules were sold on Monday. ?Farmers still continue to bring in cotton. Why are they holding it back; they surely do not wish better prices? * ?The cotton buyers of our town have had their photos taken in a group. Quite a handsome picture it iDust be. ?Winnsboro is the place ' to buy stock. One firm in town sold $3,650 worth on Monday, flow is that for one da\'s business? ?Maj. Pagan informs us that the mean temperature fox- December "'Wasvery near the same as the mean tem. p...

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. — 12 February 1890

- 1? ? 1 ^ vm. vT.VT. WINNSBORO, S. C.,' WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1890. " . ... . NO. 2^ |j * w A- ? ?gm?? ??? !i!'P'S PHILOSOPHY. VEGEORGIA SAGE DISCOURSES | IN AN ERUDITE MANNER. j imi ih?* ''nttfr* f?a) ? How 5 hey Ui?cu?B i iic(Jrtat Problem* :>f i!nr Day. To read or 2<?t to read, thai is the question. Newspapers. I mean. The newspapers Lha. make us mud orsj-V Simet;:oesI think ?. man bad utf'aud read no politics? uo uinrdv>:j> or other horrible things? to do ue>,tic scandal?no hangings or iyncbings?nothing about the race probi- oi. or the taritT, or woman's rights.?nothing that will excite his * > 4.1 J - Inm fV/vnr* . mmgjjiuiuii oi accy uiui uuu <w iii^r cr.im and serene. Sometimes I meet a clever, hard-working country iran, who hadn't heard the news, and I enyy him One asked me the other dny if Congress had begun to ship the niggers ro Afriky. But then we must Kuep i?p with the limes, or we will get behind. Ic seems like we are living in *n enemy's countr...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 12 February 1890

Maiilfaai Herald. - PUSLI8KSD JSVBRT WEDNESDAY -BY? - and - Herald - Co. TSBtti, IX ADT1XCB : !?ar. .... SI.50. s? *lr Hfoatkn, .... .75. . W. D. DOUGLASS, > I > Editors. ' JAS. Q. DiLTIS, ) ADVERTISING BATES, CASH: One dollar a square for th? first insertion and fifty ceuts for each subsequent tncA*f!An Crv*rtill rofaf f /\V w WV/a wycvim inwo AVi ?? j. yertisers. Marriage and death ng&5free. Kegular rates enzv^gfior obituaries. Orders for^solicited. ^^TONSBORO, S. C. ^^Weduesday, February 12. : : 1890 ! Whst the Change Means. We have no idea (hat the determination of some of the Republicans not to vote on any more of the contested election cases without rules is the out- j - ^ come of any sense ?f justice ou their part uor is it the result of the Usbing of conscience. They deserY# no special credit for changing their opinions. If they could properly consider the ease of Smith vs. Jack6on, why couldu't they consider others? They apprehend the cffect of the plain statement...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 12 February 1890

LOCAL iMJKLLIGESOE. Wednesday, Febraary 12. : : 1890 Now Advertisements. New Goods?D. A. iieudrix. Life of Jefferson Davis?Belford Company. New York. I.ccal Briefs. ?The latest "agony"' is the use of . the cobb pipe. ? The doctors report the health of the town unusually good. ?Mrs. M. C. Rion is having her flower yard fence painted. ?J. E. Blair has been appointed Postmaster at Strothcr, S. C. t?r u rcftu thfi oil naint U . V ? v.. iag raffled at.the New York Racket j Store. ?Mr. G. W. Crawford is having a coat of coal tar put 0:1 the roof of bis stable. ?The Methodist congregation have adopted, the method contributing in sealed envelopes. ?A branch office of the Gerig-TVhite line has been opened in the Macaulay & Turner's store. * ?The TheatricalClub are thinking of rendering that beautiful play, "Lady of Lyons."' ?Tunce Holly was arrested Thursf day for disorderly conduct, aud lodged in jail for thirty days. ?ilr. E. E. Douglass, who has re- i . ceutly been with J. M. Beaty &a...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 12 February 1890

CHURCH ATTENDANCE. j A STRONG SEKMON ON AN IMPOR j |r> ? TANT SUBJECT. r< - - . A Dlscoar#e Rec??iiIJr KreKcli^d by ibr ] Eev, J. I.. r>t?K.e?<. ol the South Caro-i iJiia Conference. Text:?"Notforsaking the assembling of ourselves together.''? Heb. x, 25. We have but a oma.!i congregation at this place. Y u lemiad me that our membership is small. But we have ---?eighty-eight names on our roll, which it a pretty fair showing. Nor is this a mere'lis. of asrses, unrevised and unreliable. Tht row carefully revised last year, ami taere &rz not, I suppose, ahaif d'.-'Z-sii r.uajeson it of persons out of reaca of the chunn. You iell me the country is populated. But not so much s.-? 'out ,ihat eighty eigb-i names of members arc n<>w And we ougbt to have, as a iQ 0U! country place* as many ^^service as we have aames on oi>~ church bo>ks. I doubt if we co*""^ fexPect so much in our city cwrc'!e9? w&ere tbe congregation up almost excluaively of ?'f our own persu...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 19 February 1890

vai. Yl.VI. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1890. ~ KO. 27. CWfcw??????? APPfAL3T?UNCLE SAM." THREATENS TO KILL THE POSTMASTER. * '' K??"?iln??Pn?fn(HM( lunntctoris UCUf?ia^?*i??..v-?- ? and a Marshal Sent D?wd. Washington*, Feb. 8.?Edward L. Duckworth, recentlyjappointed postmaster ai Sharon, Taliaferro county, Ga. has represented to the postoffice department that be is prevented by threats of personal violence and hostile tieononstration* from taking posession of his office. Several letters from Du-kworth and others, corroborative of his statements have lately been received at the depart ment giving the details of the sltuat?'>r? It appears thrt Duckworth, who is tm ierstood to be an Independent Republican, was some time ago appoint ed postmaster, to succeed a Democrat, who, with his friends, it is represented, ha-; since used every means to pi event his successor from taking charge of his office. THREATS OF PERSONAL VIOLENCE, and even death it is stated, were pub- : ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 19 February 1890

IWWBDXESVAY - aad - Herald - Co. T?KJ*?, IX ADVAXCS : X*sr. .... SL'iO, *1* Mefttka, .... .VS. W. D. DOUJLVSS, ) f Editors. JAS. Q. DATiS, > ADVERTISING RATES, CAS*: On# dollar a square for tlv? &rst insertion and fifty cents for subsequent Insertion Special rat** for contract advertisers. ^ . . Itarriaj# atid^*^ notices/>??. Kegular r^*^ ctiar^ed for obituaries. Order*^>r Job Work solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. 1*7 a/1 takvtio ?t 10 1 &qa fT cuuconay t r vwx u?a j i vf A Boston man has invented an electrical attachment lor the mariner's compact, which automatically sounds an alarm if the vetsel gete off her course. Grat and Yoorsees, of Indiana, " have come to an agreement, it is said, whereb*. Vnorhees will return to the Senate uimJ Gray will be pushed for the Victf-Pi taideiicy. This agreement has not cau?ed much joy in the White House. Hon. Hugh McCui.loch, the veteran financier, in tne New York Times of the Sid iuet, reviewed Mr. Blaine's reply to Gladstone. There...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 19 February 1890

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, February 19, : : 1890 Xew Advertisements. Pictures?A. A. Morris, "n^nti^irv?R.J. Ouattlebauui. Seasonable Goods ? Jl M Huey. Notice to Creditors?Eunice Cason, Executrix, Notice for Final Discharge?D. G. Ruff, Executor. Uriels. ?Cotton is bringing 105 cents in "VVinnsboro. ?Cock robin is 8gain furnishing sport for the boys. ?A. E. Beckham is having a fence put around his premises. ?Mr. Moses Clowney, who has been quite sick, is much improved. - Don't forget the room next to the -postoffice. Three meJs daily, during Court Week. ?Miss Mary Chappell gave a Yalen ? ft* l?ATY?n TiDQl* -To)llcillS- I lint; piinv ai iiui uviuv uvn* v ? , ville Friday night. ? Lieut. Cu minings requests the i members of the "awkward squad" to appear at the arinorv every night this week. ? We were glad to see Dr. John Campbell, of liid^eway, in town on Wednesday. He has been quite tick for the la*t four months. ?We are truly glad to *ee that) Sheriff Miliiii^ is able to be out u...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 19 February 1890

?? V " - ;?2r;v":\ - " TALMAGE AT HOME. A GREAT CONGREGATION AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC. He Preaches an Eornest aud Eloquent | Seraion on "The Hoono on tbe Wail"? How eke Ssi'ject was Treated. T. De Witt Talmage, D. D., having returacd from his visit to the Holy Land, resumed preaching in Brook- J lyn on Sunday. The Academy of Music * temporarily used instead of the destroy-1 ed Tabernacle, was crowded to its ut I most. Thousands of people were not able to get into the building. The sub- j -? 1-!- -3 = Illtl.. 17>..nn i jecc oi his discourse was .me auuac vu ( the Wall." Dr. Talmage took for bis text Joshua vi, 23: "And the young men that were spies went in, and brought out Kahab, her father, and her mother, and her bretberen and all that she had." He said: Wnen, only a few weeks ago, I visited Jericho, I said: Can it be possible that this dilapidated place is the Jericho that Mark Antony gave as a wedding present to Cleopatra? Where are the grov?3 of palm treesf v> nere is me gr...

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. — 26 February 1890

y ^ ^ ^ ''' "' '' '^'''' ^ """ ^ ^ ^ '^' ^ ' r""''' * y?"VOL. XLVI. WINNSBORO, s. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1890. NO. 28. m i Mill >?l f A CONVERT TO DAVIS. JAMES REDPATH, ABOLITIONIST AND UNION MAN. Kemerkablo Utterance Irom a Strange Source?The Impressive Dignity of tlie t.'onlederate Ex-President?No Rebel or Traitor?The Case of the South Presented in a Nutshell. N?w York World. Denyeb, Col., Feb 19.?"Neither Rebel nor Traitor." Writing with this tor a subject, Prof. James Redpath, in the Common wealth, say- of Jefferson Davis: "I spent nearly the entire summer of 1889 as a guest of Beauvoir House, ths home of the late Jefferson Davis I was in his company for from six to "? 1 /3iiwnf? fJio nrVinl* tea iiour? cvcijr vu?j? _ time of my visit. During that period wo talked of every imj?ortant event in his long and eventful life, and discusst ed almost every issue between the North and South. My position enabled ard authorized me to ask questions and to introduce topics which othe...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 26 February 1890

|^^fuBLUUSD EVERT WBDXESDAY Wr -BY? iSewo - aad - Herald - Co. TfSfc3fc?, IX ADVANCE : I oar 11.50, <lx - - ? .75. W D. DOUvrLlSS ) > Editors. Ji.S. Q. DATiS * ) *AD VEHTISING BATES, CASH: One dollar sqa.ire for tlw first insertion and fifty ccnts for each subsequent insertion S^c-ctul rates for contract advertisers. .Uarria^ and dv*alh notices free. Kesular rut-ts c larked lor obituaries. Orders for Job "Vork solicits i. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday. February 26. : : 1890 The killing of his wile by Napoleon Levellft in Charleston i* a uiost horrible occurrence. The killing of one's wife under the tragic circumstances of (bis particular homicide is a rare occurrence in South Carolina. The Columbia Board of Trade, vrc ___ regret to say, nas cieciarea iiseir in i favor of subsidies. It is to be re-1 ^ gretted that a larger numbe-.* vf the j members of thi Board were not in > attendance. It is hard to realize that | the very capital of South Carolina?the | Srate that has so freq...

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. — 26 February 1890

LOOAL INTELLIGENCE\y edaesday. February 26. : : 1890 New Advortisements. Stolen--J. A. Corley, Columbia, s. u. . At the Winnsboro Bakery-G. A. White. Gents' Famishing Goods?Q. D. Wiliiford & Co. Farquhar and Dowlaw's Cotton Planters?James Pagan. I.ucal Briefs. ?The switches at the freight depot are being repaired. ?The fence around -Mr. v^. o. Dwight's residence has been completed. ?It is estimated that over eighteen million persons in the United States have had the grippe. ?The oil mill has stopped work for several days on account of some break- . age in the machinery. ?There will be 110 services at the 1 Episcopal Chnch, during this week, as 1 the rector will be absent. 1 ?Mr. R. W. Phillips is having ap cottage erected on his vacant lot north i of the Presbyterian Church. ?Henry L. Elliott, Jr., is on the 3 supper committee for the next annual 1 ball of the South Carolina University. 1 ?Farmer* arc much farther advanced in their work iliau last year; cotton " acreage is five ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 26 February 1890

ALPHA AND ('MEGA. * XJ THE MOST CONSPICUOUS CHAR AC- c TER OF HISTORY. j r Christ tho OrertoppineTFisnre ?f All Time ?The Alpha and Omect. tbe Beeioning c . ud tb? End?An Eiamyle to Prtachsrs. t On Rnndav mormn^ the Rev. T. De t """ J ? "Witt Talmage, D. D., preached on "The r Glorious Christ." His text was: "He j' that corneth from above is above all."? 1 Join iii, 31. The preacher said: The most conspicuous character of history steps out upon the platform. The finger which, diamonded with light, pointed down to hi? from the Betble* hem sky, was only a ratification of the Inger of prophecy, the finger of genealogy, the fiBger of chronology, the finger of events?all.flve fingeri pointed in - a: * V?Q one mr^CtfioQ* vmiou 10 iuv v v??^ ping figure of all time. He is the toxhumana ia all music, the gracefulest line in all sculpture, the most exquisite mingling of lights and shades in all paintings, tha acme'of all climaxes, the dome of all cathndral graideur, and the pero ration of al...

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. — 12 March 1890

VOL. XLVI. WINNSBOiiO. S. C.. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1890. N0- 30 a?mm"?' mi The Haunted Chamber. BY "THE DUCHESS." Author of "Monica," "Mono, Soully," "Phyllis" etc.. etc. CHAPTER XL Every day and all day long there is nothing but rehearsing. "In every corner two or more may be seen studying together the parts they have to play. Florence Delinaine alone refuses to rehearse her part except in full company, though Mr.'Dynecourt has made many attempts to induce her to favor him with a private reading of those scenes in which he and she must act together. He had even appealed to Dora Talbot to help him in this matter, -which she is only too willine to do. as she is secretly desirous offlingine the girl as much in his way as nossiote. Indeed anything that would keeo Florence out of "Sir Adrian's sight would "be welcome to her; so that she listens kindly to Arthur Dynecourt when he solicits her assistance. "She evidently shuns me," he says in an aggrieved tone to her one evening, sinking i...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 12 March 1890

H - '"' gteSr-'L gv- " ~ In FairfiftldNftwsanfl Heralf. \ rUBLISESD 2Y3RT WBD2TBSDAT -BY? Wewo - and - Herald - Co. TSS2CS, IN ADTAXCE : Xtar. .... 91.50, VtxlCMtlu, .... .75. i W. D. DOUGLASS, ) > Editors. JA3. Q. DXTIS, ) i * %-? ? AD VERTISING BATES, C'ASH: Ont <Iol!ar a square fer th? first inser?n<l fiftv A^nf? fAr oaK tinhc nnonf ?VM ****** UIWJ VV1IIW IV*. VOVU 9UW0V^UVMW Insertion Special rates for contract advertisers. Jiarriaj* and ?Ieath notices free. Kegular rates criar-jed for obituaries. Oraersfor Job Work.solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. 1 Wednesday, Jfareh 12. ; : : 1890 Col. J. J. Da_rgax says that at the March Convention Tillman vrill come f>nt of hie ''Shell." A nun with a deal of truth in it. The Si. Lmis Globe Democrat says that Senator Blair has an aufortuuate war of aefting hia mouth to work and going oiT and leaving It to take care of r ?^ itself. ?A"~Gkm,lkjian remarked to ns on Tnesday, "Two years lrom to-day Grover Cleveland will be inaugurated Pres...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 12 March 1890

mm .v.-v BR/ - i. U LOCAL intelligence. 8H Wednesday. March 12. 1890 New Advertisements. - Hams. MB Just Arrived?A. Williford. IS Come Quick?D. A. Hendrix. The Winnsboro Wagon Works. Berry Sets?Connor & Chandler. It One Mionte, Please?H. Landecker. An Ordinance?J. C. Caldwell, Int_ceul,Iiriefs. ?A. warehouse is greatly needed jsc.. ?The early gardener has got lo i '> "plant over." ?The I. X. L. Racket Store is being t moved to Columbia. t I ?New advertisements will be found L I v Ai_ _ MK; v , Oil LUU tjuiiunai ?The weather bureau hints that we may have some more snow. V i ?Th<? Baptist Congregation cleared I y, $S?5 at the dinner on Monday. K,'. >' ?Candidates are already suggested iif for the approaching campaign. ?The Euglish sparrows are doing a great deal of damage to the gardrns. ? Let every shareholder attend the f I - meeting on the 14th with a plan for. going on. ^ ?The machinery for the Oil Mill (fgg has not yet arrived, the fertilizer Is department, however, ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 12 March 1890

M';. gpl Z-s.k "REVISION OF CREEDS."! THE SUBJECT OF DR TALLAGE 6 DISCOURSE. Thoughts Impreeaed Upon the Divine by ?. TlsiC to the 8?ot Where Laztrns Lived and Died. At the Tabernacle Sunday morning the Rev. T. De Witt Talmage, D. D., o?;^ thrtBoht the new Brookifn taber oaiu ? ? m nacle wouli be dedicated in September. The subject of hi3 discourse was "Revision of Creed3,'; and he took for his text John xi., 44: "Loose him, and let bin go." Dr. Talmage said: My Bible is, at the place of this text, written all orer with the lead pencil mark made last December at Bethaoy on the ruins of the house of Mary aad Martha aad Lazarus. Ws dismounted from our horses on the way up from Jordan to the Dead Sea. BathanT was the summer evening retreat of Jesus. After spending the day in the hot city of Jsrusalem he would come out there almost every evening to the homse of his three friends I think the occupants of the ho*se were orphans, for the father and mother were sot mentioned. But the son an...

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