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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 23 July 1890

? The Fairfield News andHemld.! PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY , -KY? ineWo ? and - Herald - Co. " ~ ' ' *' TERJH, IX ADVANCE: < tear. .... SI.30 V?x Jlutttltn, .... .75 _ *?f r? A <V -1 IV. _/. i > Km tors. j.VS. ??. DA.YIS, 5 AD VEHTISISU RATES. CASH: I -?tie dollar a squ.ire for the first inser?11 and lifty cents for each subsequent nsfrtiou Special rates for contract adrer Users. M-irriase and death n?tices/r?c. K*s?a!ar rates cuarged tor obituaries. O.'ders far .l<?b \V.?rl; solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C.~ j Wednesday. July : : 1390j FOR OOVSltXOIi : JOHNBRATTON t , >Iu. Tillman, it appears from the newspapers, denies the truth of the matters contained in Mr. Ancrum's Wtoiv Somebody. evidently, is badly | in error". What has become of the savings bank proposed by the Alliance? This was a move in the right dire lion, and we had hoped that the Alliance would successfully execute the scheme. 1^,1 Says th? (<re?'nvilie Xeics: "Let everv fillm i:i mitn stand to his gu;is n...

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. — 23 July 1890

r : ? MBJBCSa ?BPaMB3M .TTT^r^ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE^ wudnflfiiov .itiiv ?'{ ; ; 18?j0 " VUKVOUUft v W?J mm-, m < _ New Advertisement#. Fcod lor Winter?D. Lauderdale. Fresh Lemons?J. F. McMasier & Co. ' The Last Gnn?Q. D. Wiilifonl & Co. | Mt. Ziou-W. li. Wiihcrow, Presi-j dent. John Ilollis for County Commissioner. Mow Racket Stort?31. Lsn decker. I Teachers "Wauleil?J. C. Caldwell? Chairman. Glenn Springs?Siuip^ou & Simpson, Prop rie tors. L' Cleveland Springs ? Wilkinson & [ ? Fon, Proprietors. Notice to Road Overseers?.1 no. A. I < , Stewai-t, Chairman. The S. C. Military Academy?Johnsou JIagood, Chm. Board of Visitors. Uriels. / ?New advertisements will be found cn editorial page and supplement. ?Mr. J. J. Watt brings in the first watermelon to contest for the prize of -5S90. Who next? - - ? ?- v_/i fUf -Presiding .bluer rowers preaciiuu c the Methodist Church Sunday 'prning and night. I - <?The County Commissioners have /en out the contract for the repair...

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. — 23 July 1890

COMMITTEE'S ADDRESS. THE APPEAL OF THE RECENT CONVENTION A Statement of The Situation, with Suggestions to the Democratic Party of South Carolina. In accordance with the instructions of the Democratic Conference which met at Columbia on July 10th, the < ? i i i? IOLlOWUlg auuiess nits uccu issucu uj the Advisory Committee: To the Democracy of South Carolina: All white Carolinians worthy of the race from which they spring and of the name they bear, and entitled to share in the traditions of the past, the prosperity of the present and the hope of the future, are Democrats. To such, and only such, we earnestly and confidently appeal. All that we have and are, all that Wt; JLLUpt; 1U1 CtHUL UColl C c\j tlOJLIOULUO IV our children depends upon the continuance of white supremacy in this State, and this supremacy upon our united devotion and loyalty to Democratic principles, unity, harmony and organization within party lines obedience to the rules, and faith gin the justice and success ...

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. — 23 July 1890

BBf '* [f TteFaiffield Jiews aodHeraldJ I SUPPLEMENT, j SOME OBJECTIONS TO THE SUB K TREASURY ANSWERED. I BY J. M. WHITEHEAD. (.National Economist.) The sudden advent of the sub-treas-; tirv upon Congress had about the effect of the unexpected descent of a hawk j in the barn-yard?great commotion; and no little flutter. The statesmen have not been so thoroughly shaken up since the war. The National Bank a* Act was a pigmy by the side of it. Nobody then stood up to declare that law unconstitutional, or rushed into the House or the Senate to make a speech against it, even before it had been reported by the committee! This Kflm is singular! HP Not so with the sub-treasury bill, ^ r Xo sooner was it proposed?intro Wr dueed?that straightway" meml>ers of Congress were interviewed by the ever irrepressible newspaper correspondent, who stands ready at all times to assist t the statesman in placing his "'views'* r before tl?e public! Others rushed home to i?ok after their fences, and count...

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. — 30 July 1890

XLVI. ' ^ . ^ WINNSBORO, S. ^^DNESDAY, JULY 30, 18m NO. 50. ? ??? ?M-MTw^Tr?n??tt??inrirffT"Tn?^ r*vorg-_- -are^ert?? ; HOYT AND POPE. THE CHAIRMAN OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE iN DEFENCEDr. Sampson Pope's Charge Against its Action.?The Cass Scinaicd L'p :ts it Stands I and Presented to the I'nblic. i Tlieiollo-.ving correspondence be Dween Col. James A. Kovt. chairman fof the Dc-:uc."-v it:c State Executive Coininiltee. an J. Dr. Sampson Pope, of Newberry. C., explains itself: Gksexyille, S. C. July 7,1890. Dr. Sampson Pope. Newberry, S. C.: Dear Sir?In the proceedings of the Democratic County Convention of Newberry County, I find the follow-1 in the preamble ana ] Produced by you: "Said I nmittee did meet, and J ihirteen to one did reus a State primaiy." directly t) the meeieExec-ative Committee, j 1890. I respectfully I vrill furnish me with for making the state matter of simple jus7 cutive Committee that statement, purporting :ise action at a definite upon good authority, it the s...

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. — 30 July 1890

* ?a - -" ^raccisaaaasgaaaa?" ag? ESC a awjoaatapflhac? TlioFairfieldNews andHerald.l PUBLISHED EVERY WEP.XESDA Y -BY? jNewo - and - Herald - Co. TKU?IS IS ADVANCE: 1 e;kr. .... $ 1.50 SiCx .U'totbit, .... ."j W. 0. DOUvilj \SS, 1 > Knitors. J .VS. Q DAVIS, ) ^ ? ADVERTISING HATES, CASH: ?->Tie dollar * square for the first inscr u ;ui?l fifty cent* for eich subsequent us^rtiou Speoul rates for contract advertisers. ,\lnri.t4?? :???d ik-.ith noticesfree. liesular rates cr.tr;-d tor obituaries. Ofil-ffsforJoi) vV'uflc solicited. . WINNSBOR.O S. C. Wednesday, July 30. : : : 1890 FOR GOVEKN'OU : JOH3ST B EATTON \\r?? nntoicii tA.rfov o nntiro* of the I? I* |/UUitOil VV Summer Meeting of the State Agricultural and Mechanical Society which will l>e held at Kock Hill 6th August. It is hoped a number of our folks will attend. It is only a few hour's ride to Rock Ilill and cheap fare will be arranged by the railroad President Mclver "urgently requests the farmers to come, and tempo...

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. — 30 July 1890

r M aa?cjaciapga?4jyaocs ac xsjammm warn i wtaxmxmaaouam LOCAL INTEUIGESUK. Wednesday. July 30. : : I5>90 | Sen Advertisement*. Pooks?D. Lauderdale. Shoe?;?J. M. Beaty & Bro. J. A. Uiuiiaiit tor Jndge of Probate. For Sale?W. S. IIall, Rocky Ilouut, S.C. Notice to Creditor;-Henry N. Obear, ' Referee. James Pagan for Supervisor of Registration. Peace Institute ? Jus. Diuwiddic, % Principal. Hk J. S. Caihcart, Sr., for County Couiinissicner. WB DaviL-on College?llev. J. B. Shearer, D. D. LL. D. Money to Loan?McDonald & DougH lass, Winusboro, S. C. ft Due West Female College?Mrs. V L. M. Bonner, Principal. W 'University of South Carolina? I J. M. McBryde, President. N Lvcal ?Mr. T. L. Johnston has our thanks for two line watermelons. ?JLiiufall for J he 24th, 1.25: 20th, .91; '26^1, .70; 27tl?, .20; 2Stb, 1.90. ?Tli,e unusual press of matter this week prevents the prilling of several I communications in this issue. f ? One bale of cotton was brought to j town on Wednesday. It...

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. — 30 July 1890

? J i' : B3B8SSWB ? 9 W >i-WB JllUWI UlHJ.illl SBB WBB3 glliil THE DOOR ORENEDT THE iNViTATICN TO Tr.E ?3ETTER WUKLU AtfUVt. John oe I'atmo* and Napoleon on St. Helena Contrasted?Sunyan's View of a Celestial City Through the Open L'oor? Calvin's Inspiration. Dr. Talmage's sermon Sunday was on "The "Wide Open Door." and his text. Revelations iv, 1: "And. behold, a door was opened in Heaven." Following is his sermon: John had been the pastor of a church in Ephes.us. He had been driven from his position in that city by an indignant populace. The preaching of a pure and earnest gospel had made an excitement dangerous" to every font: of iniquity. This will often be the result of pointed preaching. Men will flinch under the sword strokes of truth. You ought not to be surprised that the blind man makes an outcry of pain when the sargeon removes the cataract from his eye. It is a good sign when you see men uneasy in the church pew and exhibiting impatience at some plain utterance of trut...

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. — 6 August 1890

\ > 'U.l ' "I " ',^^^^^^M^P?^^^^^^^llg^^l?^^ I?MMMMMig?WM??BMW?MMBB VOL. XLVL WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST ?, 1890. NO. 51. ' ' ?^?S ----- : ?'%! THE TWO CH AIRMEN1. ! I I CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN CAPTSHELL AND COL- HOYT! A i'roposition by the Latter Rejected by the i Former?The Letters in Fall. Greenville News. The following letter was addressed to the memo, io of the State Democratic Committee: Rooms of the State ( Democratic Executive Committee, ) Columbia, S. C., July 17th, 1S90. | I Dear Sir: It has been suggested that, as a means of allaying the excitement and contention "vvithin the lines of our party in this State, the Jommittee shall invite a t an early day in the city to Decomposed (in addi. m member) of members ory Campaign Commitrespectively by Capt. G. . Gen. John D. Kennedy. . that such a conference j he obiect had in view by I ye Committee, in ordering (Convention, so as to bring derly and peaceful settlei existing differences, and tnbined influence of the iti...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 6 August 1890

ffig5??Sgg? VK&5 . f" *.r,-Yv .. .C r,rvc35-. : JfsT"' ' ' fiSSSSsrc*** *.v \ f ; ->[. .:T "y? -* * v(T.-v-i'i*; **.'"';*~ ' -" ?< l'iio MeM Sews <tod Herald. PirZT.TZHRD EVERY W.WSESDAY Published Tri- ?* aekly -by? in ewo - and - Herald - Co. i:s advanck : t ?!tr. - - - #1.30 <Rt Jloutlis, ... - .75 j W. '> D^UlrL VSS ) ? ftlitor*. J AS. UA v ! ">, ) ADVERTISING RATES, 6USZ/: on* ?li?IlHr :i square fur the lirst inser>nan<i fifty cents for each subsequent nsertioa Special rites for contract advertisers. .M trri*iTrt au?l death notices free. U*-*?tlar rates C'?ar?e?l for obituaries. Orders f??r Job Work solicited. WfNNSBORO, S. C. Aasrust (i. : : : FOR GOVERNOR : JOHN BRATTON Fraud lit primary elections i- f?>rl?jd?lnii hr iavir. Cong!?e*sxux")ak<Tax. in an open letter, has declined-to make the race j for re-election. Thk Democratic Club* in Green v.lie ?'??tllit v art' ri qtli?e?l ft) send ll{> vrrifii'tl Im? ( ! m *?i- r-rship and the rule i>...

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. — 6 August 1890

i?if niii iy irwrrnnrgmiif tmmtma LOCAL ISTELjlISEKCB. Wednesday. August 0. : : lo90 Xew Advertisements. Shoes?Macau lay <fc Turner. T. S. Urice for Representative. Sheriff's Sale?II. Y. Milling, S.F.C. Barbed Wire?J. F. McJlaster & Co. John A. Stewart for County Commissioner. B. Haw lev Robertson for Jurv Com missioner. Plantation for Sale? P. M. Spence, Ridgeway, S. C. Local Urieis. ?Dr. Qnatiiebaum will be absent from his olDce till about the 15th inst. ?31 r. W. V. Chappeli lias brought us a line watermelon which Trill he "hard to beat." ?Oil Friday last 1.90 inches of rain I and on Mondav 2.19 inches were pre- j eipitated. A total of 4.09 inches. ?Tlie gaiue ol base ball between the Qaick Steps, of Winnsboro, and^the (Chester* team resulted in a general J row. ?The Hook and Ladder Company gave a picnic and parade on Friday. I They appeared to have had a regular gala day of it. k ?Mr. Floyd Propst has moved his grcvery store from the Cathcart buildKthe old hotel where he ...

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. — 6 August 1890

r THE CURSE OF DRINK. A STR!K!NCLY STONG SERftON ON IN TcMPERAiSiCE* The Evil* of Liquor Drinking: Earnestly Presented?Some God yet Lifelike Pictures. The text of Dr. Talmage's Sunday sermon was: "It is my son's coat an evil beast hath dovoured him." Genesis xxxvii., 33. The following is the discourse. Joseph's brethren dipped their w+>ior'o nnfii. in coal's blood and vivmvi M wv?v 0 ? ? then brought the dabbled garment to their father, cheating him with the idea that a ferocious animal had slain him, and thus hiding their inL famous behavior. But there is no deception about that which we hold up to your observation today. A monster such as never ranged Afri can thicket or Hindostan jungle hath tracked this land, and with bloody -L-XI?x n? maw Xitilill StTtJWl.l LUC WUl/iUCiiti IUU1 1 the mangled carcasses of whole gen^ erations; and there are tens of thousands of fathers and mothers who could hold up the garment of their slain boy, truthfully exclaiming, "It is my son's coat; an...

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. — 13 August 1890

r"'- . ^ :x Bca?? ? tin ^ ,,. r "" :''\:?^ - 1 1 ? ' ? Jj?S?-- ? 5 if ? - tfggg|- ---- 1 ^ -jlL " ggasggg -. 1 , .11. . ..I Li. I ML II r I I ^ '.- ^"-~ , ? ' ^ VOL. XLVI. WiyySBOR*Q, s. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1890. . N0 -%2 i PATI LLCS PISTOL. THE CORONER'S INQUEST INTO THE KILLINGHo?r Hixdson and Pattillo Met?Both 5Ier Set?< exports, and Subsequently Look for Koch Other?The Fatal Meeting. Augusta, Ga., Aug. -i.?The con dition of 3Ir. JL Jtl. f attillo, wno was shot by Mr. J. .si. Hudson on Saturday night is now quite favorable. At the inquest on the dead body of r Hudson the following evidence was adduced: Dr. BeSaussure Ford testified as t i the post mortem examination. . 3Iayter Grifiin, a negro, testified that he was walking along Rrhen his ** - __ _ attention was attracted Dy a gentleman coming down-Broad street, and turned round suddenly when a pistol was fired. He says Hudson fired the first shot < i Caesar Curry, another negro, swore that both fired at the same tim...

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. — 13 August 1890

r?rrn w nai??wwbwb??B??M? Tk Fairfield News aDd Herald. ?"tt 3 r /v u"t' n Pi/rov itrv /l v S"v n J V JL u U UA-kJUL Mis xj f i/x* Ji rr j ?UY? - ineWo - and - Herald - Co. (TKItH<, Hi ADVANCE ; ?e.ur. .... SI.30 Vt* "outlu, .... .75 W. DOUiiL VSS, j * Kriitors. J AS. DAVIS, ) YVINNSBORO, S. C. Wcdneslay. Acga?t 13. : : 1890 FOR GOVERNOR : JOHiSr BRATTON The C- F. ?? C. It. K. VVii.imhikrii J?\i 11 (!i)tllliv till doubt'dijr n*?:d a ra'I.oa'd to open a rich territory ?-w has i?o easy ouMet t<j ontsid i mttkns. The prospects ut' the Cape Fear and Cucinuati U-ii!trav offers the bast rwnte we have ?een proposed. Ttte roai?, as pr<?jK>?rtf, will begin in Wimingtcn, N. C., run *ouib to Sonibport, N. C.? and thence we.slerJv to Uoaway, S. C. At Cotrwav^ jiiJTtjad fjflHl&LjL"' thiee Bthc main lute going 10 n and CMarleston, S. C. vM??u from Conway run* to N. r., bv way of Marion, lie, Rockitiijl'jun, Little ^ibeujnrle. The third <11th?< i<* !*? ?i?e in which the 'a...

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. — 13 August 1890

I K.I Knit-1 Right I S$ Ja:. I Vds has I Kmc of I P|er: i -e- H Ktitute I Mk I Hie. I Hm I mi> H ^I buying all elasses-of xnnlos and horsSt I ^ ?J. C. Carter, a -white man, wlifl| lias been in jail on the charge of car-l rying concealed weapons, has been! released on his own recognizance. ?Little Jack Leavell, son of our j townsman, Mr. Louis Learell, was thrown train a hoise on Saturday and was considerably bruised up, bat not seriously injured. ?Some of the yonr??f men were playing "leap 1'rog" on Saturday. One or tllG "irogs ' rai>eu uy iw sunn uiiu gave one of the leapers a severe fall. No bones broken, however. ? We learn that the Dramatic Clab is preparing to begin rehearsals for another play. Their last performance was fejudi a decided faccess that they l'etl warranted in appearing before the footlights again. ?"We learn that our young friend, Mr. Rice Macfie. had the misfortune to break liis collar bone Tuesday. He was playing base ball, and wlule fftllldpil with l UlU...

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. — 13 August 1890

KTHKIR USE;' AND THEIR ' Wf ASU3S nr . Screatioa 3Iay J>e Safely and Tjrop- , lTa^?n-Hor?e Haciiitr Vigorously Ik ~ Iy The.text of Dr. -Talmage-'s Sunday Rnnon was, Mark vi, 31: "Come ye Karselves aparfc unto-3 desert place Kid rest awhile." Following is the ? lermon: | Here Christ advises Hisaposties tolake a vacation. They had been living an excited as well as a useful life, 4 pnd He advises that they go ou? into the country. I am glad that for longer or shorter time, multitudes <>f our r>eor)le willhave summer vacation. [The railway trains. are being laden with passengers-and baggage on their way to the mountains and ' fee seashore. Multitudes of our citizens axe packing their trunks foza restorative absence: . v j The city beats -are pursuing the people withiorch and fear of sula-. stroke. The long silent halls. of sumptuous "hotels are' all abuzz with, excited I arrivals. The crystalline surface of Winnipiseogee is^shatfcered 'with the ( strokfc of steameiyjaden wit...

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. — 20 August 1890

P w: H 1 '* . L "J" l1"'. '? LH I juj , _ ..mimijij^. .,^^-?^?=8?0B^?aai?t??cg^~n,|| ill II I nil HHlfH I" 1FF II11 II III I li'll ill'H ll> III! I IP' I mr 1 I Mill r - . ...?. ? . VOL. XL VI. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 80, 1890. ' NO. 1. # f SOUTH CAROLINA AS IT IS SEEN THROUGH- NORTHERN GLASSES. Anarchy Rampant? Credit Impaired?Government Corrupt?White : Supremacy a Failure?The Negro Again. UOT 5>It UciCIUIi deep interest throughout the United States. TL- unfounded, andretract< ed charges of Capt. Tillman have been received as simple truth and the wonderful strides we have made seem to be impeded by the reputation our State has recently acquired, based on the statements of one of our candi' dates for governor. That he ;has given the State such a reputation is a misfortune which every Carolinian i must deplore. mi- - XT V~*.Tr ATo-Il or,,! TVr?reas - JL lit? i.^OV XVJLXX AU.MU WUM says: "The latest advices froin the singular and desperate political campaign in So...

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. — 20 August 1890

| Tlie F,iirfidi News and Herald. | ] PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY !' ^v_ _ ! 1 -BY- j, "ia>., - anH _ T-T- Co I , VVs? - TKH.HS IX ADVANCE: ' l??r. - - - Sl.JO | | Vx >UutliK, .... j ? _ ^ ...^ _ ..^ r _ W fX DOUtfLISS, ) | > hiiitor*. J AS. t$. DAVIS, ) a d ve!t Tisrxu ha res. ca su .- j >!!? dollar a square fur tl?? first inser- ! ?:i and fifty c. its for each subsequent I nstrtiou Spreul rates for contract ad- j vertisers. { >1 M*ri:i?i4 ami death notices fre*. KeguUr rates c r.tr;?e.l for obituaries. Orders for J??l> \.V??rK solicited. WIMN'SBORO, S. C. i ii? Wednesday Ansrust 2?. : : : 1890 j FOlt GOVE UXOR : JOHN BRATTON An a >|>eal will be takeu in the case of Turner. The C. F. & C. II. 11. will not run parallel with a single line, but will ' make connections with at least tifteen roads. Co.y!'EiTix<; lines are what we want. We have only two railroads in the county and they both belong to the >aine system. Wkk No town will at?i : t the attentio...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 20 August 1890

IIP^: . LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday. August 20. : : 1GS0 iev.' Advertisements. Mocking Bird Food?G. A. White. Quay and Wade?A. W. Brown, Bess. I ii-xi I.riets. ?The Lvles committee has ordered a primary for the 29th inst. ?The County Commissioners held their regular i:i:?:;tl:!y minting on Wednesday. ?The ice cream festival at the residence of Capt. I. X. Wither" s on Tiies day evening was quite a success. ?Mr. A. Williford shipped a car- j load of tine hordes and mules on Mon- ! day to his stables in Charleston. ?The ^ame of base ball between the j White Oak nine ami the Winnsboro ! team resulted in a score of o'> to 9 in favor of Winnsboro. ?The Athletic Clnb held a. meeting j in the Town Hall on Monday night) . and effected a permanent organization ; by the election of officers. ?Walker Brown announce? '.hi? L - mocaiug that lie is Boso a:ul will shsh r the good- while Quay and Wade are away. "And don't yon forget it." B ?A dance will take place next Thursday night in the Ar...

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. — 20 August 1890

> THE LORD PROVIDES, i DR! TALMACE DISCOURSES ONI THE j Dc-wrcipcwrr nr Psnvmfsir.r. OLI1i?r IVWUVt. Vi nv > IV-.W. 4 The Eloquent Divine,Takes His Text From j the Fall of Manna In the Wilderness and ! Interest* His Hearers. At Long Branch, N. J.. on Sunday. | the great Brooklyn preacher, dis- j . coursed on the gospel provision for j ordinary and extraordinary needs.! " -L 10. +V,n I His text was o osnua >? io- 1 m. mv, rnftnria. oeased on the morrow after they had eaten of the old corn of the land." Only those who have had some- j thing to do with the commissariat of an army known what a job it is to feed and clothe five or six hundred mon "WaII. there is such a UUVyU.E7CUO.Vfc . host as that marching across the desert. They are cut off from all army supplies. There are no rail trains bringing down food or blankets. Shall they all perish? Xo. The Lord comes from heaven to rescue, and he touches the shoes and the coats which in a year or two would have been worn to rags an...

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