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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 16 April 1890

I The Haunted Chamber.! BY "THE DUCHESS." Author of Monica,"Jlfona SciiUv,* "Phyllisetc., etc. CHAPTER, vnr. It is now "golden September," and a few days later. For the last fortr ight Florence has been making strenuous fcr efforts to leave the castle, but Bora would not hear of their departure, and H> Florence,'feeling it will be selfish of ker to cut short Dora's happy hours with her supposed lover, sighs, and gives in, and sacrifices he own wishes on the alta of friendship. K It 5s five o'clock, and all the men, gun .11 hand, have been out since early aawn. Xow they are coming straggling home, in one or twos. Amongst the first to return are Sir Adrian and his cousin Arthur Dvnecourt, who, having met accidentally about a mile * ? u J ?^.*1 _ xrom nome, nave uuugeu tuc x cmajuuer of the way together. On the previous night at dinner, Miss Deimaine had spoken of a small gold bangle, a favorite of hers, she was greatlv in the habit of wearing. She said she had lost it?when or where...

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. — 23 April 1890

VOL. XLVI. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1890. NO. 36 BUYERS AND SELLERS. a DR.TALMACE IN THE TABERNACLE PULPITHe i'rocvche* a Practical Sertaoa on the Diffieultioeof Bnnin-gi Life?6?m? G?*d XUWP* At the service in the Academy of I Music Sunday morning Dr. Talmage announced as his toxtProverbs 20:14: "It is naught, it is naught, saith^the buyer; but when he is gone his way, then he boasteth." Following is his sermon in full: Palaces are not such prisons as the world imagines. If you think that the only time when kings and queens come forth from the royal gates is in procession and gorgeously attended. you are mist-anec, xncogmto, uy ra day or by night, and clothed in citi-, H: zenc'' apparel or the dress of a "work- j H A woman they oome' out and see Wk the world as it is. In no other way A could King Solomon, the author of my B text, have known everything that was ^Cgoinjj on. From my test I tm sur? H^^Bie mast, in disguise, some day hare ft fcalkrdLinto a store of ready-m...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 23 April 1890

I A Maiillfsidltalil. PUBLISHED SVSRY WEDNESDAY Ne wo - and - Herald - Co. j TKIC.W*, f :< ADVANCE;: X *ur. .... SI.50, ?tx 3I?Btk?, .... .75. W. D. D JUitL VS?, ) I Editors. J A3. D\Y15, ) fe-' AD VEltTISING HA TE3, CASH: Wfr 0*e dollar a square for thw first inserwg ti?n and tifty cents for each subsequent Losertioa Special rates for contract adf. rertistrs. Marria<a and death notices free. Keyular rates c .-arsje l for obituaries. Orders for J-?ij V.?r* solicit? t. " WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday. April 23. : 1890 be,-.'. " Mii. R. \V. Simpson, executor ot tne will of Thoinn G. Cleuison, has turned over to the Stale Treasurer the money, notes, bond*, mortgages and title* to the real estate devised by Mr. Ciem?on for the purpose of e^.ablishin?j au Agricultural College. The face aloe of property turned o\er, with hi KV?rf HiU nlace. amount* to $81, r 528, 80, stud ice assessed vaIu : $18,767,74. 68 . ? * Wk believe that the farmers who were in the March Convention made a mistak...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 23 April 1890

pip'wj^rmnmiwf .ti i iibiimh 1a HL LMKLLKtENCEKay, April 23, ; : : 1S90 ^fcrtiaejsients. BR?I. N. Withers, Clerk, w Dress Goods?J. M. Beatv & , !??_.. A "VfXr. Ib'd & 1 UlliU-" JlUiJi-OCls,* ) A'l 1VV vv telchin. I.tea! l>i-Setx. ?The grippe is taking another start in town. ?The ground, being too wet for cultivation a number of farmers were in town on Friday. ?The rain which Las fallen so quietly this week has done much good and vegetation will grow 'off nicely. ?in f>.?nn?rs<iiir?n with a nrominent ' - L | firmer from the county we were stari tied to leai-a tbat he was in town purlin chasing overcoats 3nd blankets for HL hits cotton. ?The Gordons are thinking of not having the annual pic-nic next month. I "With the hop and trip to Richmond j and perhaps another to Charlotte their f hands "will be full. i rvo;..2?f hinp crlnssfts were k UJ &I j/U)l <7 VI V4?*V rak. seen on our streets on Monday. "La Hr Grippe" has formed a copartnership | with the sox'e eyes ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 23 April 1890

Cf?j&?&,"? | The Haunted Chamber, j j BY "THE DUCHESS." 1 [AuQiar of 'M&nlca," "JJfona SmeZty* ^ 4T7syKSa," etc., c!c. gh^TH"X. In the aoahtfrDC the dayiiaht; <?vfc. diss, and twilight descends. E^ea that 600 departs, and now darkness falls fcpon the distressed household, and still there Is ho news or- Sir Adrian! Arthur Dvnecourt, who is aiready beginning to be treated with due respect as tne nest heirv+o the baronetcy, E . , has quietly hinted to old Lady TitzAlmont that perhaps ifc will be a3 well, in the extraordinary circumstances, if they all take*thetr departure. Thi3 the, ? old lady, though strongly disinclined toquittne oastie, 3 aeratingown mind, and, being swayed by Lady Gertrude, who is secretly father bored |*M' by the dullness that has* ensued on the strange absence of their host, decides to leave on the morrow*, t-o the ?reat ? , distress of both Dora and Florence Belmaine, who shrink from deserting uho castle while its master's fate is undecided. But t...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 30 April 1890

' ' ~r- - I- - - ? ?-I ft ? ? - "** " * ' % ... - ^jyrawwt'*-'.^' MSWglK iaft3Lrt^?*ggaBMgljegflmiw%?- >?>?> -.^ I |P? rr.,! (| I,M| tuioi I'?u^nx^ '? ?- J.,Q.rr^JiM<iQQKIfc*iManMa?^Ba^ 9 * VOL. XLVI. ~~ WINNSBOR0, $, C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL SO, 1890. ~~~ XO 1*7. |j X TERRIBLE TRAGEDY t c )My:T7:D OVHS TW?NTY-;iX YFARS i * ACQ A. ?v* t!i st>?ry "-V:is Unraveled- Tiie Il.lbv ; - I 'iro*r* 5'?t At u% ?tR i>cn^n > . j I'ativr- A Kema^kabl? Stwi-y. iU*i'. '.\*c>ti"a .<ci. r 3. C.. April 17.?i. >*:i r >rt, that reveals the tala of a c. ; .: der, zmd relatas & story if dei*:>- jy-\i villainy. -wria unearthed 2; tliij equity to-day. No; th? murder of Captain j Oawson has South Carolina* been so j k :arLi'-.I ?not sine# the rcciial by Me- j 9 Oovr ol i.i? &8sass3uatio2i of thai J ^aighiiy lu-.-i tut-re been toLl a 1 <tory >1 a. tcruel and cowardly ! jaurdcr. IV jar-sent people are coz* F lectea with lis perpetr&tior and *very other deUii mr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 30 April 1890

life ' ffe: . Tlie Fdrfielil Newsand Jieralu. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY -8VLNewo - and - Herald - Co. - _ TBUMj, IX ADVAXCK: dPT -A X UHI". fix MwiitlK. ..... .75. W. D. D ) ry , Editors. J AS. ??. DAT i ^ ,-i/; hates, CASH.One dollar ;i s^.ure for the first insertion and fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion Sp.*c: ;i rates for contract ad... Tertisers. Marria.4? an-.I ?I:*-Uh noticesfree. Ke??ular r.it.:s <; i iru'e.1 lor oimuanes. Orders for Job \V ? ic -iolL-ited. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday. April 30. : : 1890 A (;ooi> many people would be - ? "? -L- 1 -c 4.1.^ TVA^a^I^'/. pieaseil 10 Jicar num un; jL/finvviiiuv executive committees at its early convenience. Whex Cornell ran for governor of New York his party friends paid up all his debts amounting to $40,000. He is dodging the sheriff again. Cornell is evidently a bad egg, but a good republican. mM ? It is said bv those conversant with ?vrvK+ir.jl l>icfrwv fh??f i?r? nrpvions time has there been such a general tide...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 30 April 1890

r > i.OC A L ii> it LLIUfi. t Wednesday, April 30. ; : : 1890 Xew Advertisements. Millinery?D. Lauderdale. Head This? II. Landecker. Notice to Creditors?'T. I). Feaster, Executor. Ltcal Britr:*. 2 ?Mr. T. W. fluff has nearly <x?tnf pleted his house. ? Mr. J. it. Curlee, of Greenbrier, has moved into his new residence. ? The Waterce Prize Clp.b will meet at Mr. T. L. Johnston'?, the second Friday in May. ?"VV'e are glad to see that Mr. t xr viKrktf is atrjifu an after* a I fj lililVIM -v ?x short indisposition. ?A horse belonging tu Mr. I?. "W. Phillips ran away on Tuesday and broLe his leg?that is the horse's leg. ?Mr. (J. A. White has opened his soda water !\?un', where everything in that line can be had. Call and see 1 him. : Tl?/i Trnrti (Vltmeil are HOW 011- ! gaged in reparing the pavement on w College street. It is a good step, for F thev needed it. * ?We learn from some of the farmers that i he frost of a few days ago has killed the cotton that has come up, K necessi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 30 April 1890

I Tfee Haunted Sim agf. I I BY "T33 B'JOHifcS." I AtEevyr of "iiyniea" ".sforisSc^JSy,* "Phy'Sti,7' etc., ctc. kc CHAPTER. . I.. Slowly and with di&cultv tbev ccsx Sir Adftan back to life. Kangwo'od bad i insisted upon telling the oM house- j ^ keener at the castle, who has been in \ the family for years, the whole story or j her master's rescue, and she, with tears ; m- dropping down her withered cheeks. mj?:'- has helped Ringwood to remove his II4. clothes and mate him comfortable. gj| She bad also sat beside him while the K| captain, stealing out of the house like a thief, had galloped down to the village for the doctor, whom he had smuggled into the house without awai? tag any of the servants. This" caution and secrecy had been decided upon for one powerful reason. If Arthur Dynecourt should prove guilty of being the author of his cousin's incarceration, they were cuite determined he should not escape what v ^ _ n 3 T>-_4- ! over pumsnmenx; ine law aiioweu. cut the myster...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 30 April 1890

. The FaiftieldNewsaiid Herald, ll f SUPPLEMENT. !. THE SUB*TK?A!?UBY SCHEME. j i {The Neves and Courier) To the Editor of the Xeics and Courier: j I hare just read a copy of Senate bill j n 0/v^ :tl?J it A I.Ill ?r? osl^lllicl) a i v. CUliUDU UM> IV | ?ystetn of agricultural depositories for the accoaimodaiion of farmers aud planters and for osher purposes," in troduced (br request) bv Senator Vance, of North Carolina. The bill proposes to inaugurate what is ku?wn as the "sub-Treasury scheme," and as it has been endorsed - by several of the count y and Sub-Alli ancei in tlais State, ami presumably in others, it may be well to call the attention of our farmer friends aud the MnoMiiv tt\ iu inu>t extraordi puwu?< ? nary provisions, its tendency and effect. It providts that 4,:here may be established in t-ach county of each State ia the United Su es agricultural depositories or ware houses, which shall be uoder the control or the United State* treasury department, upon compli...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 7 May 1890

VOL. XLVL ~ WINNSBORO, S. CM WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1890. NO. 38. 8 ? . . r GLORY OF LEBANON. DR. TALMACE PREACHES ON "SCIENCE AND R?LIC!ON." How Christ Taught ou Karth and why HI> ? " -* Tfacliiii.> :wo so i iiM iuituu^ n> -l>I*>vov4-ry :ui<i Urwwfh ami Theli Kffwt on K?*ll<;ioii. Dr. Talmage on Sunday announced as Lis text Isaial lx, 13: -The glory of Lebannon sliall come unto thee, the fir tree, the pine-tree, and the i> >\* together, to beautify the place of my sanctuary." Following is his sermon in full: On our way from Damascus we saw the luoiiutams of Lebanon white with .snow, and the places from which the cedars were hewn, aiul thcu drawn by ox-teams down to the Medilterraji^a?" sea. and then floated in great rafts to Joppa. and then again drawn by ox-teams up to Jerusalem to build Solomon's temple. Those ' * 11 .3 *1.,. mighty trees m my text are CZUirti tur "Glory of Lebanon." Inanimate na ture felt the effects of the tirst trails ;*res?'on. When Eve ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 7 May 1890

fS Up^1 B - Co. j ^7: VDVAXCS:: HEMHHH^HKf^ .... m^nunShs .... .75. w. i). D >;' ;:, \s?, > Editors. J AS. '.^ f)V\TtS ) [t .... ADVEUTISISV HA TH*% (JASH: Uti.? (i tii.ir ;i s i i tit* mi ui9i. uiscition an! fii'ry for each subsequent inssrti m S.>-ci?l r-ttes for '*oj:traet aiivert; >-.i in. M trriaic and :i:>tk*?r>/'/vc. lJe^uIir r.it-r-i , i ;'.>r tries. Oilers f-?r i ') V ?r.v r . . - WINNSBORO, S. C. _ Wednesday, May 7. : : : 181>0 tT.~* ^ We are indebted to 0? ( pressman Perry for some public document-, ontainiug much interesting information. M m~ . Ex SrEAKER Carlisle in the forum L for May shows very conclusively that the Republican party has not kept its promises inviolate. The White Oak people are pushing their fanning company riaht ahead. The btw:ie-> l.i> paid in "th- parts of the S.ar*'. K.?irfiekl can do .? well as any other county. The owr.ers of the eanncrv in Columbia repo it a success, awl are thinking of e Purging the business. Surel...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 7 May 1890

rl-WAL ISTEULISE.NOE. Wednesday, iiay 7. : : 1^90 >ew Advertisement*. W..rr^.? WrtvL'C 4th Arrival?D. Lauderdale. W Siierifl ?s Sale-H. Y. Milling, S.F.C. Fr Citation-J. A. Hinuant, Judge of Probate. Notice to Creditors?R. U. Jennings. Executor. Sugar-Coated Yeast Cakes? J. F. McMaster & Co. fr Notice for Final Discharge?W. N. Mason, Administrator. l.c c:ti Itrietn. -Sngar-ooatect yeastcafces, tuetatest novelty, at J. F. McMaster& Co.rs. 1 ?The grocery stores commenced closing at ux o'clock on Friday afterfnoon. ?At meeting of eouwil "Wednesday, Messrs. Gilbert and MeMaster were re-elected policemen. ?Ladies, we ^ee D. "Williford ?fc Co. are getting in another large lo: of those fine Ginghams and Flouncings. * k ? J. M. Center has accepted an ei:- I gageuient with McMaster, Biice &\ K>rr.hin. where he will be pleased to j f ' , serve his friends. - ?A horse left carelessly in Mr. Des? ported lot Wednesday ran off with the p wagon a!id broke one of the shafts* I No ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 7 May 1890

jPP^^TT- ^ S3?Ce^- - . sfcr- . *1 A Little Child's Message. She wasn't on the* playground, she wasn't on the lawn. The little one was missing suid bedtime eoniimr on. We bunted in the garden, we peeped about to see If sleeping under rose tree or lilae she might be. ' ?nt nnibtnir caine In answer to all our anxious " Jail ~ Until at length we hastened within tin- <i:u keninK hall. And then upon the stillness there broke :i silg - very tone? The darling mite was standing t'-fore the telephone. And vjftly, ns we listened, came stealing down tbo $tajrs; "H'lo. Central! Give me Heaven! I want to say my prayers." ?Sydney Du.vre. __ HOW I1E LIKED IT. "And is this the girl my nephew Paul has married?'1 said old Maj. L'Estrange to himself. "Why, she is nothing but a child, and a lovely child, I too.1' The soft, yellow twilight was enfolding the drawing-room in its enchanted glamour, and Dolores, rising from her piano, stood with large eyes and lightened color to receive her new uncle. She...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 7 May 1890

=g ggg s?e The FairtieldSewsad Herald. "supplement^ STATEJDEMOCKATIC COM >1ITTKF. A meeting: of the Siaie Democratic Executive Committee was h?rld at the president's room in tne Carolina Na ifttnl Rani' Thni-U ivora nro.niil h?. sides the chairman, Colonel j. A. Hoyt, of Greenville, ihe following members of the committee: \V. H. Brawley, of Charleston, \V. J. Fishbume, of Colleton, L. T. Iz'ar, of Blackville, M B. McSweenev, of Hampton, O. F. Cheatham, of Edgefield, E. B. Murray, of Anderson, E. B. Gary, of Edgefiei'd, C. S. McCall, of BennettSTiHeT C. A. Wood, of Marion, J. A. Ilhame, of Clarendon, R. D. Lee, of Sumter, \V. J. Cherry, of Kock iiill, and Colonel Wilie Jones, the secretary of the co aim it tee. The date of tl?e Democratic State Uonvention wa? nxeii as de^ieinner 10, and will be held at Columbia as h-uaI, opening at 12 m. The following resolution was adopted: "That it is the sense of ihe committee that delegates to the Stale Convention be not elected until alter th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 14 May 1890

l VOL XL VI WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1890. NO. 39. (COTTON STALK BAGGING' WHICH PROMISES TO BECOME THE ' SUCCESSFUL RIVAL OF JUTE. i Hr. W. K. JackxDi Solves tli? Co l<*u Buj. ' gia? iO?e*ti?u?A M^okin* to i>ocwrilc*te i tii* Cvttoa fctai:. Sutuplhg mt i \\'?ve> from ihe liber. Auo-usta Chroxlcie. K. Cotton baj^inj from the cotton j 1|L>- It lias been the dreni* of theoris-1 W ing economists. ! I Like many theories its waaliatened! |i* to andsmiled at. Hfi Xdward Atkinson, of Boston, tiio I BK eminent Anteriean statistician, was i thought to be phrasr-makinj; whan at I BL Atlanta he predicted that the prod- J BHL nets ol tli* cotton plant would jSp prove mere valuable than its li??cy g Was he the mouthpiece t>f aaiure's B decree [run me cuuun , itself cover, as ii lias fructified, the W .snowy burden? r Let it bufliee that the jut* problem i thut h?s xtar?d u very cotton planter k-: in the face, is now at jlu end. k. Til* MA* AT THE WHEJL. K Mr. Win. E. Ja...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 14 May 1890

Svxit rc: Tie FairfieldSewsand Herald. PUBLISHED SSVKitY WEDNESDAY -SY? ? ?- -v ^ _ Newo - and - Jrleraia - 00. ? yr-^ --5 ^ v ^ ' TEfttfS rx ADVANCE: 1 enr. .... 81.50 <1* Jluiidf, .... .73. W. D. DOL'.iO \S\ } ; Editors. J AS. q. D VTI>, S ADVERTISING RATES. CASH: *\? .i n? r..,. ?' ?. lifit inwr vuc uukui 44 1v4 w?4? ..mv. tion and iifry cc:its for eieh subsequent insertion Sp-cial rates for contract advertisers. Marriage and d?*ath notices free. Itogular r.it?*s'Marsjrt'i for obituaries. Orders for J .*: ? -\r-;rU soli.-.it.* I. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, May 14-. : : : 1890 One of the ?uost useful anil bravest of our public men is lost to the country in the taking of Mr. Beck, of Kentucky. ? mm mm "VTi> v. ii-\n v-i maik a verv irood speech at Ridgeway, but It was entirely too long. It is uufortunute that at the iiine a running debate commenced the meeting should have split. The latest developements in the Leaphart affair is that the letters and affidavits made public...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 14 May 1890

IjjBg Bp* nBRBWHHBMMHHEaftAnaHnHHHBHH ILiKjAL INTELLIGENCE. Wed tieslay. ifay 14. : : 1890 New Advertisement*. No. 5?W. E. Aiken. 187G?F. W. Habenicht. Notice?Abraham Hunter. Still It Comes.?D. Lauderdale. Notice to Farmers?Jame3 Pagan. Sheriff's Sale?H. Y. Milling. S.F.C. An Early Cut?Q. D. Williford & Frj's Cocoa Extract?J. F. McMasler & Co. Com Whiskey - R. N. Holland, Gastouia, N. C. l.a.cttl BrieJs. ? Cows ruuniug at large on tie; streets ut' ihe tuwu is becoming quite a nuisance. ^ ?Mr. K. J. ilcCarley lias a right young co:t, and has named it''Straight Out'' after its sire Hampton. ?Because of the many interruptions at present, it has become necessary to postpone Erminie until later in the season. ?Mr. M. L. Braswell, of Blythet wood, who is now under Dr. Evan*' L treatment, has been in our city for the p past few days. * ?Mr. Jas. Jones and Miss Emma ; Davis, of Wallaceville, were united in * matrimony ou the 5th inst. by the Rev. W ? Mr. Stol!, of the Methodist Chur...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 14 May 1890

^~li I , 111 I n 4 rni I'VT ll i \: 1 Hit rAiir.jw jiax. A PRACTICAL LESSON TAUGHT BY THE STORY OF JOB. Scniuiii by Kev. Dr. Talm<i;;e cm the Christian Religion?Is it to be Condemned Some of Its J'rofessors are Not What They Should Be? TV- T-ilmncwi i Wii A1^?.0v X' I on "Narrow Escapes," taking as his text Job xiv, 20: "I am escaped with the skin of 1113' teeth." Following is his sermon in fullJob had it hard. When with b?ils ! and bereavement and bankruptcy, and a fool of a wife, he wished he ' was dead: and I do not blame him His Hesh was gone. and his bones were dry. His teeth wasted away until nothing but the enamel seemed left. He eiies out, "I am escaped with the skin of my teeth." There has been some difference of opinion 5~-r; about this passage. St. Jerome and Sell tens, iind doctors Good and i'ool and Barnes, have all tried their forceps on Job's teeth. Y011 deny my interpretation, and say. *4Wliat did Job know about enamel of the teeth?" He knew everything about it. D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 21 May 1890

ll K VOL XL VI. WINNSBORO. S. WEDNESDAY, MAY -21, 1890. NO. 40. , 1 ? _ ? ? 1 TIMELY TOPICS. j Charlotte was for awhile agitated I over the matter of street improvement. Tbeci'.iz >is have r?eeotly settled it j by rotii.-j Jo issue $70,000 of bonds for ti-e work. ^ The Louisiana Lottery Company zrea&s fcusintes. The concern now otters the Slate one million dollars a?B? nually for ilie privilege of maintaining y the lottery. ^ Co!. Djuiel S. L :inoct is said to be flfc getting rich a; n rapid rate. He is HP interested in several large financial en|P^ terprises. Ten years ago he was a legislative reporter. 9E& Postmaster General Wauamakerhas H adopted : nd officially announced as f the rule of hi? department I'resiflent i L Cleveland's o?dtr to (ilice-holders to k keep out of pontics. But we want to W hear about the oilice hc'ders. The two wealthiest women iu Philadelphia, both widows, are said to be Mrs. Thciaas K. Powers and Mrs. ! Thomas A. Scott. They are wrth be- j ^ t...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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