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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 18 June 1890

" ALL TROUBLES PAST, j. "THERE WAS A RAINBOW ROUND APniiT THr THRON?.M The Si;ci! of Promise from God aiitl What It Teaches to Men?The Trial* of Christians and Their Kainbow of Promise. The subject of Dr. Talniage's Sunday discourse was. "All Troubles ' Pas:'* and the text, Revelation iv., 3: "There was a rainbow round about the throne."' Following is tlio sermon: As, after a night of fearful tempest at sea, one sliip. more staunch than another, rides on undamaged among the fragments of spars and hulks that jl float about, so old Xoah's ark. at the close of the deluge, lloats on over the wreck of a dead world. Looking out of the window of the ark, you see the of houses. and the sheaves of wheat, and the carcasses of cattle, and the corpses of men. No tower is left to toll the burial; no mourners to form hi line of procession: no ground in which to bury the dead. Sinking a line twenty-seven feet long, you just touch the tops of the mountains. Ghastiiness and hon or! The ark, instead ...

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. — 25 June 1890

VOL. XLVI. WINNSBORO, S. ., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2o, 1890. NO. 45. ?.il' .Mimmi rnnwrnx i ^ Jii inn 11 Till-; PilODlG.vL SON. DR. TALMACE'S DISCOURSE AT THE TABERNACLE. He Take. Hik Text From the Pariblo, au<l Calls 1'pon Hi* Hearers \Vh<? Rare Wandered ii(i from the ('fcsirchto Uetitm. Dr. Ta'rnige's Sunday sermon ?vus 011 "'i Prodigal Son." andiiis iexr. Luk; 20: "When he whs yelu. g+VJLl Wiiv vil .LUS iUViitrx Oii\> ni;n, and bad compassion, and ran. and fell on iris neck, and kissed him/' Following is the sermon: One of the deepest wells that in- ! ' piration ever opened is the well of a parable which we can never exhaust. The parable, I suppose, was founded on facts. I have described to yout a .>?*ov aF 4-Vne tytv \rTi <f\ 1 crvr> 1 VA c j^Vas-l.i.?y U, " C* Jf \S\ CiiisJ j/-. V>.^0U,i. ,?v/.v*. J from his fathers house, and I have j .showed you what a hard time he j had down in the wilderness,/md what J a very great mistake it was for him ; to leave so beautifu...

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. — 25 June 1890

PU3LT8HHD EVERT WKDNESDA ^ . -r?i ? tNevvo - and - Herald - Co. TERMS IN' ADVANCK: ?fir. .... $1.0 *ix MuMtllK, .... .*J. W. D. DOUtfL \ SS ) > Editors. J AS. Q. DAVIS, ) ADVERTISING RATES. GMSZZ: on<9 dollar a square for the first inser it :cii i it fey cents for each subsequent usemo.t Special rate? for contract adversers. .M and death notices fret. Ue^ular rates Guarded for obituaries. iMl^raforJoi) vVorx solicited. VVINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday. June 2 5. : : : 10i>01 A anti-Tillman meeting i was held in Columbia Tuesday night, at which speeches were delivered by Cols, Haskell aud others. The Augusta Chronicle, which ' favors Captain Tillman, pays: "We did not believe that we would ever live to hear a South Carolina audience howling down the gallant. John Brat-1 ton. For shame, that such a thing could bnve taken place in any Southern S t:e." It seems that the lawyers are crowdii.rr flia Tillman tirrkfit. There's Colonel Eug-ene B. Garv, a lawyer, candidate for Lieutenant ...

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. — 25 June 1890

f LOCAL LNTRUlSEJiOfi. Wednesday. Jnue 25. : : Xew Advertisement*. Shoes??J. M. Beaty & Bro. Frnit Jars - McMaster, Brice & Ketchin. Executor's Notice?Geo. \V. Witte, Qualified Executor. 3 Uriels. ?Remember Mr. Stevenson's barbecued dinner next Tuesday. * ?It i* reliably learned that a negro * nionirhed uo iii Lor.gtown a pot con l raining one thousand dollars. I ?A most e?*jnable ami pleasant [ sociable was given on Tuesday eve| niug at the residence of Mrs. Pri^cilla Kitchen. i ? "We return thanks to soxne friend I for an invitation to the Erkine coin& rnencement exercises. It is :i very W neat and beautiful design. " -* ?: ?A report Ol me aiimvcn;ii ? mvcii? ing of the V. M. U. A. ot Union neighborhood will appear in our next issue. We regret thut owing to the press of other matter it could not !>e gotten in j to day. -Mr. J. D. McCarley's lacers, Crown Prince and Thornier, are now in training for the Greenville races, I which takes place on the 3d and 4th days of ...

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. — 25 June 1890

ROBBED HIS UNCLE. I THE STORY" YOUNG WALLACC TELLS AFTER'HIS SOJOURN IN CUBA. Details <>f Some tf the Doin^'of Lively YouiigiMan . orK Sim. Young Robert H. Wallace and Igniz. Batch Low-tz, who robbed Wallace's uncle and employer John H Wallace, proprietor of Wallace's Monthly, of #52.000 in bonds and fled to Havana, were brought back yesterday by luspecteor Byrnes' detectives Thomas Adams and Robert 31cNaugiit, and locked up at police headquarters. Wallace told^thc inspector a remarkable storv,i of ins downfall and light witd Lowitz. One day last October Wallace said he met Lowitz in the com dor of the Stewart building, where the ^offices rvf \J7vnfliiv are. and Low itz asked him to cash a $50 cheek for him. Wallace cashed the check, -vliich was on the Woonsocket Silk Tdui v Company, and was signed R. W. W aits. Wallace sent the check to the bank, and before he had time to hear from the bank Lowitz asked * him to cash a similar checl: for ?200. Wallace accommodated him. The ne...

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. — 2 July 1890

t ^ ^ WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1890. ^ ^ NO. 40. Ipsus LEGISLATION. tEVIEW OF THE ACTION OF THE STATE SENATE. Senators From Charleston Give a His" " - ? ? .*- nnJ,.,* oiwl I Fry ox int? rrwccumga *** *?<**? ??? i the House of Representatives. Do tlie Editor of the News and' lion ; C.; pt. Tillman lias on scvloccaiii^u.s seen nt to denounce Be meija.'.vis of the State Senate j & votefi against the census arid PP0rti<pLmeut bills. We have ted to (see whether any one, other a ourselves, would give the reasons snnh We are unwilling I;er to have such reasons unstated, >cially in view of the recent at; on that upright soldier and Fenian;, Judge Izlar, whose pool necessarily forces him to keep |CO. : "TH? FACTS HEE AS FOLLOWS. ae,<J?aeral St at utes of the State ained and now contain the genprovispns for taking the census, ut twoj or three days before the ? of the session of 1884 a bill 1 * '1 - TT Ike over jirom me jnouse tu mc ate, amending in certain particuI...

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. — 2 July 1890

TbPitirlidd NewsaiHlMd.! P US US HED E VER T WED NESDA ~ | I -BY? isewo - and - Herald - Co. * TERMS, IX ADVAXCK: xctr. - - SI. JO 4ix MuutUs .... .75. W. D. DOU?jLA.SS, 1 C Editors. J AS. O. DATIS, ) " . I .41> VKR VISING RA TES. CASH : On<* dollar a sqa.-.re tor the first inser? n ami fifty cents tor each subsequent nsertiou Special rates for contract adTerksers. .Marriu^rt and death notices// <??. - li???cnlar rates ciarsred for obituaries. Orders for Job ?VorJc solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday. July i. : : : 18S01 Says tiie Grwiivil e Xrtrx: "The next qifestion to t>r n>krd Attorney Geitt-ri-ii! Exile on the stump is. why lie has failed to profectite Farmer v . Tillman for returning hi* $10 an acre farm laud at $3 43? Thin is a little, over 38 per cent." Thk Cijostertielil Advertiser carries at the head of its editorial column: uCapt. 1*. K. Tillmao, the champion of low taxes and retorw." Please, conn mporary, he very specific. Tell in whieh one of hi* campai...

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. — 2 July 1890

Ii eanesuay. juiv z. : toifu ew Advertisements. Stolen?F. A. Neil. J. B. Crc^bv for Comity Auditor. James W. Hanahan for Kepre-enfave. IH. L. Duke for School Uoninnsoner. ?J. A. Hinnant, Judge of robate. Grand Clearance Sale?I1. Lanscker. w?l Uriel h. -^Kcad notice of Mr. F. A. Xeii. ?The Steam Fire Engine Company as out practicing on Thursday. ?ilr. W. R. Doty brinsrs us the first I>tton boil of the season. It is about e size of a partridge c<mrg. I-Jaines Mackii), reported to have pa kilned by foweli, wa< froin ilsrewajr, not *?The jCVmniy Commissioners held iir regular meeting on Wednesday. > bu>intis* of special interest to the blie \va > transacted. T-Qaantities of hasl fell in various |*ts of jihe connty on Wednesday fening, but not enough to do any ions damage to the crops. [u the communication from J. A. S.7 i Wished last weefc, the types got a tie mi^ed. Instead of the finest v* be was ^hovrn the finest row by . Pearson.? ?Mr. Joseph K. Alston was recentel...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 2 July 1890

1V. i THE STATE CAMPAIGN. THE BIG MEETING AT COLUMBIA. 'Speeches by Senator Hampton, Captain I Tilliuag and Others?A Horrible Accident ' >Iars the KayThe campaign meeting for .Richland earue off in Columbia on the 24 th inst. The Greenville News gives the following report: "When the parade arrived at the fair crvAnT* rl c c"r\/^o Ir/^vc TtrfiTA rrrD^fftrl ^IVUUUO Ui-L\, *7 ?? V/i \y CjX tv >-*. with round after round of cheers. At first only about a thousand people were on the grounds, but steady additions swelled the number to near 4,000. Before the hour had arrived the speakers' stand, which had been erected in the exhibition ling facing the main exposition building, was occupied by about fifty people, nearly all being representative men of the State. Chairman -John T. Sloan. Jr., called the meeting to order and announced that the proceedings would be opened with prayer by the Rev. Ellison Capers. That reverend gentleman invoked most earnestly and eloquently the guidance and...

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. — 9 July 1890

11^ u?un _! ibmwim mil It nil' ! -j " 111 l ** ^-mui jjiiimjj-jin.il. ~irrtT^,p"> u- i it v - jiimi u-i i i i 11 i n.iuiuitjljii > e mwbw ii I '. j L. XLVL WiNNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1890. NOi 47. I IUtes continue toadss tne people. npr *?t 1Vir.a>b'jr.i tn General mi. y Some Account of the s. >a were present, nyneg-ioes. The .meetd to order by County A. Gaillard, who made order a!nd a respectful all the speakers. As 1 _ _1 XI nrsiieu uiyiu 1 ft for Bratton and TillBpsos were opened with Hp Rev. Herbert Jones. Hpratton was the first e day. He spoke very His remarks were pun.ctuKigh with vociferous apHbpeated his former warnHhasized thein. He also H attack on the present ^ oc nnnvc.ccivn I I_?lij I u g interests. He begged a courteous hearing for s, saying they only mainself-respect by being others. rle, who was the next greeted .with loud cheers >ut nis ppeech was iisrespeet and attention two attempted interwas very aggressive. Itate Government had ?j- j M~v...

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. — 9 July 1890

Jf . ?> m\m n rrm f TlirtPninfiAlil XaU/v1 Qllli HflPfclfl ' flHPFiillilCUl 11UN0 UiUii iit'uuui j " . PUDLISHKD EVERY Wti'DMlSDA Y j Newo -aiid - Herald - Co. j J ti:r>k, i~ advaxck : Ursxr. .... |*h: >I<?utlis, . . - .... W,}?>. DWLVL V.Sj, ; - Jvlitois. .i.vs. (>. D.vris, > ADVERTISING RATES, CASH: ?.jh? dollar a square for th? first insef ?w :<t( fifty cents for ?*ach subsequent nst-rciua S^eeial rite* for contract adversers. v!, rri:iv/t? and destji notlees/jve. fibular rates ennr^il far obituaries. iJr?I.?rs for J??'.? \V?rtc suliKitw', WINNSBOllO, S. C. July 9. : : : 1890 JPOEGOVKEXOR: JOHN BR .4TTON T.IIK Manufacturers' Record reports <lariiijr the month of June there was-uo speculative excitement in any **f thu Southern Stares anil no an iiftaJrhv booming, hut despite the heat aT summer ai,id dullness i" trade, as aras io be expected at this season of i.h? marked activity prevails in #*<v?;<*y o-f" ji^tj^trv. A to on? ojf &e <J^ili('s...

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. — 9 July 1890

HH by ^^^PrTioy. A scholarship in this school is j* worth $150, besides giviDg the successv i'ul party an opportunity of completing one?a education. ?The election for the appropriation of seven thousand dollars to the Mt.; Zion College was held on Monday. The election excited some interest, j The vote was very small, owing to the j oversight in registering. The vote is j as follows: For the appropriation,! 62; against 17?making the majority 45. ' ?The cannery at White Oak com- j menced operation on Wednesday eve- j ning under the direction of snperin-! tesidcnt S. R. Johnston. Blackberries 1 were used, and about a gross of cans j were filled. The company have ar- j ranged the apparatus in the first storv i of the building located near the rail-1 road and everything looks vry snug: i and nice. ?The young people expect to have ! a picnic at the Rock Quarry to-! day. The programme is to go as | far as Rockton in wagons, and from j there take the train on the Quarry Rail- j road. The yo...

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. — 9 July 1890

" W 7 Hrn n.n iin.ii n !? imi iiiiiiinn mi i in i THE GARBS OF SIN. OR- TALMAGE'S DISCOURSE AT WiNF(ELD, KANSAS. How Si* Masquerades in Different Disguises?The Cloak* Under Which Crime I* Committed. Dr. Taimage in his sermon at \\ m field, Kansas, took for Lis text, John 15:22: "But now the}' have no cloak for their sin." Sin is always disguised. Decked, and glossed, and perfumed, and masked, it gains admittance in places from which it would otherwise be repelled. As silently as when it glided # VN-T ? i jl m__ . . 2.1. - X 1 ^ 1L to (jurist at tne top 01 me tempie, 11. now addresses men. Could people look upon sin as it always is?an exhalation from the pit, the putrefaction ' of infinite capacities, the ghastly, loathsome, God-smitten monster that uprooted Eden and killed Christ and would push the entire race into darkness and pain?the infernal charm would be broken. Before our first parents trangressed, sin appeared to ii * -e e?-i. mem me sweetness 01 iruio auu tut: becoming as g...

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. — 9 July 1890

- / ^^ 8 IMPLEMENT. WILL THEY TAKE THE RESPONSIBILITY? (Greenville Netcs.) Our information indicates clearly the Duroose of the Tillman wing of the Democratic party to force a nomination of their candidates for State officers on the August Convention. We do not see any sense in the idea from apolitical point of view; but there are so many things in this campaign in which "we can see no sensethere is so little reason, thought, purpose, idea or plan in mos*. of if ? that we have concluded tliat either we have l jst our perception of what sense is or that the people are not in the humor for stnse and have gone on a kiud of a big political spree uunug which tliey will listen to and consider nothing. The fact that there is no sense in or reason for or justification for nominations by the Angnst Convention is one thin<* that makes us fear such nominations will then he made. The Convention called by the State Executive Committee to do a certain thing will refuse to do it and will very l...

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. — 16 July 1890

jf" Bcj - ,,, ? i r. mii i I I ??? hhirol. xl VI. winnsboro, s. c., Wednesday, july 10, is do. no. 48. OKLYN DIVINE IPREACHING IN NEBRASKAlir Sermon Delivered to the MulTrom the Text, "We Are Witnesncb> Jr. Talmage preached ice" Nebraska, in the open immense congregation gathered from all the g country to hear the falter. Sis text was, "We ses." (Acts 3: 15.) Folis sermon: ys of George Stephenson. )T of the locomotive en cientisis proved conclui railway train could nevi by steam po^er successithout peril; but the rushtrains from Liverpool to or?/-} ^vrvrr* PrliriVkiTrcrli +A DUUIUUU^U) CMJAA i-LVtU JJVUUUUgU w London* have made all the nations witnesses of the splendid achievement. 3 ilachinists and navigators proved c onclusively that a steamer could ne rer cross the Atlantic Ocean but no s( >oner had they successfully proved tl le impossibility of such an undertaking than the work was done, and the ipassengers on the Cunard, and the ] hman, and the National, and the "SThite ...

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. — 16 July 1890

liic Fairfield Newsjaad Herald, j PU3IA6UED EVERY WEDNESDAY \ -?.Y?; Newo - and - Herald ~ Co. TKG5I3, IX ADVANCE: V ear. .... $1.30 fix .Uuutiu, .... .75 W. a I)')UOL \SS, 1 \ fylitors. - J AS. q. DAVIS, ) A D VERTi.ilNO 11A TES, CASH: I On* dollar j. square for the. first inser) it and fifty cents fur each subsequent nsertiou Special rates for eoutraet ad ?<rrt.^r*. .U trria^Q anil dr*a:,!i noticesfree. Regular rates eiart^il for obituaries. Onl -r-. for .Job \V\>r'.c solicited. " WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, JuJy 10. : : : 1890 FOR GOVERNOR : JOHN BR ATTOIST Mi:. Hull report* that he misnnderstowfi C.^pt. Tilliuan to the hisis of representation in the State Convention. We call special attention to the resolutions of the July County Con vention of 188S. Head them carefully and construe them as they meet with your honest and unbiased opinion. We have fully made up our own mind a* 10 t.'ni ?>rrect purport to be given the resolutions, and it is that those who are or will be o...

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. — 16 July 1890

J ! i i c I a LOCAL INTELil! ?NCE. 1 5Q/1 weunesuay. .juiy 10, *vov Sew Advertisements. I. X. Withers for Audit orYour Attention?D. La Qderdale. W. A. Smith for Jury C >?Htnissioner. John Boyd for School C ammissioner. Erskine College?W. M . Grier. President. The Mutual Life Insura nee Company of New York. Summons?A. S. \Y. i>, Douglas?, Plaintiff's Attorneys. Min-ne-kah-ta Springs- John P. W. Tlmmsc A 11-ITfaliny. X. C. | o, ? Lcoal Uriels* ?J. M. Be&ty & Iiro. are making Ms some improvements in th sir store. ?The Fairfield eontiu ?ent to the straightout conference he id in Columbia on the 10th inst., am ounted to CC. I % ?Miss x\lice McMa^tei , alier quite i a spell of sickness, we glafi to sniillv liy liei* I UUitVUIK.U I- . V| s health. ?The grass on the st reets of the town is in a flourishing condition at present, in spite of the \ fork recently -;J done on them. ^ , ?A mule belonging t o- Mr. S. 1). ? >. Cra^fcid^n away on T -icsday morning with Bhe wagon 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. — 16 July 1890

XT?-'" 1 \ \ SENATOR nAVIPTON'S SOLUTIONHow the ?pfro Problem in the South Should be Met and Settled. ^ "VX,1a XJ a v,%v?Iav? 1 > n r? or? it 0 JjLLciC0r >V dUC jaao CCJJ. CW.tide on the race problem in the July Arena. He declares the confeiring the right of suffrage on the negro was a violation of the constitution, and he quotes General Grar#s message as follows to sustain that position: "A measure which. m<tkes at once four millions of people voters who were heretofore declared,by the highest tribunal in the land, no citizens of the United States, not eligible to be come so, is indeed a measure of grander importance than any one other act of the kind from the foundation of eur free government to the present day."' He also says the Republicans admit that giving the negroes suffrage was a mistake, though they cannot afford to say so in public, because they would lose the negro vote. He also says an overwhelming majority of the people of the country would vote for the abroga...

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. — 16 July 1890

The Fairfield News andtald. stjpplemejN r. COL. HOYT SPEAKS OUT. Greejtville, July 7.?Special: The following communication lias been sent to the Greenville Xetes by Col. James A. Hoyt chairman of the State democratic executive committee : "The statement has been made by Mr. B. It. Tillman, candidate for Governor of this State, that in response to his speech at Kidgeway early in May the State executive committee refused to order a primary election. ' I was not aware that he had assumed tlie authority of political dictator, but it would seem that he has been discharging- the duties of this position according to his own confession. The State executive committee has steadily pursued a consistent and tenable course from the beginning of this remarkable campaign, and this course has been strictly within the lines of its prescribed "duties as they are fonnd in the written constitution of the Democratic party. "That it has not escaped censure from either faction is an observation Vva >vw...

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 July 1890

I ' - rv$ ' > i V' V i\ ; ' I 1 || -i ' * fell I : V|j_ ' t * VOL. XLVI. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1890. NO. 49. i MEETING IN HEAVEN. ___ I^WE SHALL RECOGNIZE EACH OTHER / IN THE OTHER WORLDThe Eloquent Discourse of Dr. Talmase 011 j the Recognization of Friends and Relatives in Hear n. Dr. Talmng-.) preached to an enormous outdoor gathering at Wa a, tlio OIlKl/irtf Tiro c I; .11 mil-, uxi ouuuaj. jug nu<^ '"Meeting Our Friends in Heaven." " he eminent clergyman took for his xt 2 Samuel, xii, 23: "I 6hall go to ii.v His sermon was as follows: Tiere is a very sick child in the of David, the king. Disease, ' ^wki^stalks up the dark lane of the poor and puis its smothering hand on the lip and nostril of the wan and wasted, also mounts the palace stairs and. bending over the pillow, blows into the face of a young prince the frosts of pain and death. Tears are wine to the king of terrors. Alas! for David the king. He can neither sleep nor eat, and lies prostrate on his ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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