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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 20 August 1890

r** BKV HBKsUPPLEMEISrT. OLD FED ONCE MORB. j^^Tbe ball (log with his huwi steps in S And takes poor Felix's place, w Aud I think that he will stand U He To give old Fed a chase. B The Cedar Creek subscriber came, K Then Felix with his gun; & Soon as a cap was popped at them, H They hit the grit and run. Twas not the design of old Fed, And no one now can show it, To reach out in your little ranks In search of any poet. fflL Now as you ku'uy me, that's all riglif, Bk. To tbi?< I've no objection: now us has b?en heretofore W *iand some inspection. P K Your perception is ^ood indeed, V ' I But comprehension dull, V g Now yo and read old Fed again / And mellow up your skull. Yoa quoted Fed straight out quite (And tbat you eai.'tdeny, And when a man daes that 'tis known That he himself lells a lie. And when a man i? that far gone \s To misconstrue in print, r Sone friend should then take cue of Or to the asylum sent. About the tortoise and the hare, I beg you not to fret, For they...

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. — 27 August 1890

VOL. XLVI WINNSBORO, S. G, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1890 NO. 2. r! TUBS TO THE WHALE. | CONGRESSMEN IN A HURRY TO PASS J AGRICULTURAL BILLS. ^ The Committee on Knles Flies the Whip? j Much l^jislation to be Rushed Throujrh ?The Acricnltnral Colleges Liberally Provided For. Washington, D. C., Aue. 19.?The j House to-day tabled a motion to reconsider the McKay bill, so it is finally passed. Then Cannon, from the Committee on Rules, reported a resolution setting apart to-day, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Tuesday and Wednesday of next week for consideration of bills reported from the Committee on Agriculture. The first bill to be taken up is the Senate bill to aid agricultural colleges, the previous question - on which shall be considered as ordered after two hours' debate. The next to be taken up is the bill providing for the inspection of meats for exportation ; and it shall be voted on aner two hours debate. Then the lard bill shall ; be takwi up and a vote ordered at four ; o'cloc...

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. — 27 August 1890

il.' spf-v fhHiyemfiiH.! PUBLISHED EVERT WEDXESDA* | -BY* iNewo - and - Herald -Co. TERMS, IA ADVANCE: l?3r. .... SI.SO Si Ifcuntte*, .... .75 YV. 'J. WUUUii w, i > filitors. J .VS. DAVIS, ) AQ VERTISIXG RATES. CASH: ?j>u? dollar a square for tbw first iuser?u and fifty uvats for each subsequent u?:*rtiou Special rates for c-ontract advertiser*. Mirria?? aud death uuticrs frte. ltegular rates c-jar^ed fur obituaries. Orders for -J?>b Work solicited. VVINNSBORO, 5. U Wednesday August 27. : : : 1890! FOR GOVERNOR : JOHN BR ATTON i Tiik late?S..<*?iiaiiites place the corn crop rlkj United $t*tc? at 1.000,000,-! -?r~ OX), while the crop of '89 ?'ai 2 000,000,000. a diff-reiice in fav ?r of '89 of' twei?t\-tiv? |*-r c*-nt. This will in-1 create the cost to consumers ?omethii>v like 00.000,000, which r? picse?t? at/1 iucr?.?:?? in to !he -ellers of 1 A nearly that *uu>tiui. Tnw Vttnufiiti-luiYra' llccurd sav* i "within the la*t mouth we have leariard ; ol ttp\y*rd> of...

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. — 27 August 1890

~ npffir P LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. B-dneviay. Anjost 27. : 1B90 ^i?w Advertisements. V Shoes?IL Landecker. - gap c jgg So,555.55?Q. D. Williford & Co. W* Dental Notice?Dr. David Aiken. Ik Notice?Winnsboro Oil & Fertill/.ir Seed live and Barley?J. R McMasBLter & Co. ^^One Dollar Weekly? Empire Watch hL., New York. Pror Kent?3irs. Jane a. iierron. innsboro, S. C. cul Uriels. ?Nathaniel C. Barber died on Wednesday after an Illness of a few days. ?If you want to see a curiosity go to W. (J. Beaty's and examine his new cash register. ?Bishop Howe will pay bis annual I visitation to the congregation of ?t. John's Episcopal Church on 9th September RpThe Executive Committee met on 1 B^day ami postponed the primary ion orderod for the 28th iust. to ; 'J. Be Tillman Executive Com- j Bni"t on Saturday and decided Mftpone their priunu v which had! Bordered for the 29th of August. ^PThe colored woman who was as-j Rilted on Saturday night last by her Riband died "Wednesday morning.} Foron...

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. — 27 August 1890

W- ' m. "SERMON TO FARMERS. f DR. TALMAGE ADDRESSES THE ENCAMPMENT AT MT. GRETNA. 'Tarming a Gospe! Type," the Subject, and the Text, "Elisha, the Son of Shaphat, "Who Was Plowing: with Twelve Oxen. Lebanon, Pa., August 17.?The American Farmers' Encantymobt at Mount Gretna, near this city, to-day listened attentively to a remarkable (lis course by the ureal Brooklyn preacher, Rev. T. DeWItt Talmagc. who arrived Iiere yesterday from the Chautauqua, at Piedmont, Ga., where he spoke Wednesday last. The subiect was one peculiarly suited to the vast audience, being on "Farming a Gospel Type." I Kings, xix, 19: "Elisha, the son of Shaphat. who was plowing with twelve oxen before him, ? and he with the twelfth." Representatives of the?great Farmers' associations from all parts of the country are at the encampment, preparations for l\AAr? /v/vnrr An tn YYIiil/ll Uttu \slx iiivuvuw * .* advance. The surrounding densely-populated counties of Pennsylvania are also fully represented. To-day's s...

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. — 27 August 1890

TieFaiftiold Sews aiiJHcfalil. SUPPLE MEN T. l>OKS IT PA Y TO FKKTILI/K? Iinjx>rtaii' Questions Answered by :t Practical Farmer. Among the iractical papers i t ad at the Farmers' I i^tiiuie at liitlge Springs mme. attracted more attention than the fiilliiwiutr }?v (\nt. J. Stonev Porchor, r? ^ - r one of i!;e best farmers of lie: keley Count \: Il??w can we know when w* are tuii.g coinmetcial fertilizers in the mo?.i economical .va\ ? L*t. us take a hurried glance over the situation as it presents itseif. We hivtt a State with u great range of soil ami climate, extending from thej seacoast to the mountains. In the Handbook of the Slate it is divided into six divisions: Sea i?l;<nd and coa?t region, lower and upper pine belt, >aud hill, Piedmont and AI nine regions. In m?u:l* uf !lit'in we will find types of soil coin noii to all. We ^pend annually" ni> >tit 000,000 lor commercial fertilizer* in this Stun?, e-insi-ting of the so-called guano, containimr IVuii; '1 to...

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. — 3 September 1890

" " 1 " WIXXSBORO, S. a, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1890. ^ NO. 3. . f WHAT THEY Dill A FULL ACCOUNT OF THE STRAIGHTOUT CONFERENCE. roar uancrcu wwcgaros t resell r, an uie Counties Except Three being; Represented? Resolutions KccoaimendiHg Xlarmony Adopted. Columbia, S. ('.. August 20.?When Chancellor Johnson rappcsl the Straight out Conference to order at 8 45 tonighftthe hall of Representatives was filled with conferees and the gallaries with ladies. The delegates from other counties and a small regiment from Richland had poured in through the broad doorways for half an hour and Tiraro trrrdinti^ cnmri'i/ifli' uflrnpct. HViV glVUJ/V M VVUi J/UVV4J UVVU') * discussing th? situation. At the fall of the gravel there was a scattering to seals^-asd-ia-a. icv.f niia~ ^^mS^^fpLFafive silence was obtained. Chancellor Johnson, from the Speaker's stand, th^n spoke as follows: "Ttis Conference is assembled in accordance with the resolution adopted at the July Conference, which was made conditi...

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. — 3 September 1890

W\. 6: ew t rUiSLMhhiJJ SLYtuf.I VTai/iinois-v* -iJY? 1 tSewo - and - Herald - Co. _ _... . _ . . . * ? TKRM", 1.1 ADVANCE : ? l??r. - tl.30 j 9ii Kcutht, .... .73 . W. t>. DOUGL VSS, ) [ / HUtors. s ' ' ? *v ' ir,k? * ? J -l."\ ^ T lO, J t AD VEItTlZlNG RATES. CASH: I out dollar a squaw for the first inser- r ?u and fifty cent* for each subsequent iisertitfu Special rates for contract ad- \ v rertisers. j Mirria-4? and death notices free. lingular r*t*s tviarged for obituaries. * Orders for Job WorW solicited. t WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday September 3. : : : 18w FOIi GUVEUN'OK : JOHNBRATTON i -r=r=i? ] It will tie noticed iliit the Cou?re?- s sioiul Executive Committee ha* done j exactly what the County Ext-cutive Coiuis;4tee did, determined the ratio { county representation in the Couven- ^ *ion. Ti i* i* all that the Cuuuxy Ex- j ccntive Committee did through it* ub-eotnmittM*. Tuk 1* c* i- thai theCharleston World '' oltcti >e? s things in iheir proper wln-tt it UftMi't it*...

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

w - - II ?l lll?- ? .. B1*1 L* 'LA L L.N 1 h U,iij (jK. H Wednesday. Sej temper 3, : : 1080 >?c*.v Advertisements. " Citation - J. A. Usman*, Judge of Pro&ttc. I. I line's. ?The hum of :tie ginnery at :hc oil mill show* that the season lias commenced. ?The (.'ou ty Commissioners met on "Wednesday and transacted routine business. ?The opening ot the session at Mr. Zion has been postponed until the 1-V.h of Sepl ( mbe:. ?The Trustees have elected as teacher* of the two colored schools. Miss J. M. Fripp and Eliza A. lVmdle. ?The Fairfield Medical Association j held their reguIaT Af?>nd.-tvj September 1st in the office of Dr. K. I?. Ilanaltan, Sr. ?Johnnie Desportes has resumed his position at the store of 1*. G. Desportes, having returned from home where he lias been detained by sickness. ?Dr. David Aiken has hung' out his shingle in the oifice one door east of the law office of Ilanalian & Cathcart and bespeaks a share of the patronage of the town. ?The lawyers are busy ...

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. — 3 September 1890

EM???a??a?? a??aa? READ AX!) HEED. SERMON ON THE POWER OF KINDNESS BY OR. TALLAGE "Kind Words Xcv^r asm Blessed"?'Vc Hear 3I?cls About tlse flitter Tongue an<! the Ssreastic Tongue but Little of the Soft ToJigue. Cincinnati, 0.. *24.?];r. Taim:ige, who is in i he city to-day disrour-ses on a power v. iuci:. :: u iiaa uecn um.-'i ;i> extensively as Christ intended it to be used, would have saved the church aud the world from infinite discord and sorrow?the power of kindness. IIis text is '"A soft tongue breaketh the hone." (Prov. xxv, 15). Following is his sermon: When Solomon said this he drove a whole volume into one phrase. You. of /.nnrc<-. v*?ii not he so sillv as to take tiie words of the text in a literal sense. They simply mean to set forth the fact that there is a tremendous power in a kind word. Although it may seem to be very insignificant, its force is indescriablc and illimitable, rungentauu all-conquering utterance: "A soft tongue breaketh the bone." Tfthr* wMt...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 3 September 1890

~ ??? SUPPLEMENT, j uu HI li v T iIV Tft THK 1 FARMERS AT RIDGE SPRING. The Nature and Causes of Tetanus, or Lockjaw, Fully Explained and a Sure Meanx of Prevention Set Kortl>. At the recent Farmers' Institute at I ilidge Spring- Dr. W. B. Niles, of the South Carolina University, read an excellent paper on lockjaw." The essay was of unusual interest to the farmers. They saw that Dr. Niles was thoroughly informed on veterinary science and asked him question after question and obtained from him considerable valuable information. The paper of Dr. Niles is as follows: TETANUS, Oli LOCKJAW. Gentlemen: Although I have written on a medical subject it has not been my objcct to prepare a paper for professional men alone, but to present the subject in such a way that the stock owner may obtain some tacts which will enable him to prevent to a great extent the loss which occurs from tetanus, or, as it is usually called, lockjaw. I have chosen this subject for two reasons. First, on account o...

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. — 10 September 1890

r VOL. XLVI. WIXN8BORO, S. G, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1890. NO. 4. ri A REPUBLICAN'S WRATH, j SENATOR QUAY DENOUNCED BY A j CONGRESSMAN. An Ohio Member of the House Vents His j Rase at the Defeat of the Force Bill and j Pours Out the Yials of His "Wrath Upoy ' the Devoted Head of the Senate. _ j Washington, September 3.?In the j House to-day in the course of the debate on the majority report in the Clayton-Breckinridge confested election case from Arkansas, Robert Patterson JtYCiiiiCUV, WJ;gitcoi.uu^ v?.w w ? district of Ohio, made a tremendous sensation by a bitter attack on the Senate as a body for its treatment of the force bill and a scathing personal denunciation of Senator Quay, as the chief instigator of the course of the Senate in that matter. Mr. Kennedy drew from the details i of the Clayton-Breckinridge case the j rnnriusion that the Federal election j law should be enacted. He made a \ fiery attack upon the Senators who j have been opposed to the Lod^e bill. For himself...

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. — 10 September 1890

jpf 5. Wiiffeiil VK.?i!aH. :W . PUBLISHED EVERY WKDXEtOA* -J;Y? Newo - and - Herald - Co. TEKMS i:? ADVANCE: .... *1.50 f i Mouth*. .... .13 W. 0. DOUGLASS ) > r* 11 ioi .v JYS. DAVIS, ) ACVERT1SIXG RATES* CASH: One dollar a square fur tli** lirst inser?n:t:ul tilt}- cents for each subsequent usertiim Special rates for contract advertisers. .\l trri.i ; ? anil death uotlccsfree. lingular rates caarged tor obituaries. Orders for Job \Y\>rU solicited. W INNS BOKO, S. C. Wnliifslay Sei?teml?er 10. : : 1890 FOli GOVERNOR : JO HN BRATTON C??i. hi* very sfr.cdaiu declined to c >ute*t I he iMtninaliou of ' V?1 Johnstone. TiFk recent revelation of the Greenville Xetcs is getting decidedly mixed. It is now simple a question of veracity between the gentlemen concerned. liKKi/s absence from the House on Wednesday was the occassion of ai>]> ause. What a relief it must, have l>een to be rid of the tv rant even for a few days. Thk famous Lodge bill has been shelved. So this is t...

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. — 10 September 1890

ii,aw i ii i- maearn Jl^jP^CAL.lNTRLLiGEyCE. ' : ^ Wednesday, September 10, : : 18(J0 f Sew Advertisements. Xoticc?A. Willlford. W?ntn/1 \ftco T?ovnt.1il5 ff axivu ifcv; iiviwwi Fall and Whiter Opening?Macau- j lay & Timid. Oats and Lumber?.1. K. Davi*, j Monticcllo, S. C. : c.- :ai ? Ml'S. A. M. !i.ii<ii-i i. Ilj) i a ItlW IC'-CC a>otiti<1 f ?T l>; ? Fred SicuSe h:i? a {/umj-kiu which ; inea?ur?:> <?\vr four 1- c: jn csiciiiultr- I v ?Sunday a large crowd from town a tended divine worship tit the \\ at ere t! Church. I ?Mr. F. E. liiuwn has our thanks . * tjr a "bus?" sweet p-.itato, the largest we have seen. ?One hundred and seventy bales of cotton was sold in this place during the month of August. ?The surprise party at Mr. W. II. j W Kerr's nsidjnce on ,Thursday night ! I was a great success. ?r>:.-hon llowe nreached at St John's , I;-,-' ? ! Church Sunday morning ami jm theliev. E. M. Joyner in the afternoon. j mp ?Mr. A. AV. Brown has our thanks I |7 f...

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. — 10 September 1890

RELIGION FOR BUSY MEN. A LESSON DRAWN FROM DANIEL !N THE LION'S DEN. Dr. Talntaje Shows That the Moro Work You Have to Do tho More Need You Have for Christianity?God and the Ballot 2>ox. Waco, Tex., Aug. 31.?Dr. Talmage to-day delivered tlie following discourse on the text: "Then the king commanded, and they brought Daniel and cast him into the den ot lions." juaniei v\ 14 Darius was king of Babylon, and the young man Daniel was so much a favorite with him that he made him prime minister, or secretary of state. But no man could gam such a high position without exciting the envy and jealousy of the people. There were demagogues in Babylon who were so appreciative of their own abilities that they were afiron ted at the elevation of this young man. Old Babylon was afraid of youug Babylon. The taller the cedar, the more apt it is to be riven by the lightning. These demagogues asked the king to make a decree that anybody that made a petition to any one except the king within thirty da...

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. — 10 September 1890

^ Behii'Iield News andHerak SUPPLEMEX. p- f PROGRESS OF THE SOI'TH. - J The Muuvfacin.'*r# litirof! of Sep v tember (J, savs: The fall season opens with greatei fe' } realizations and belter prospects foi Yj the Sonth than ever before known in i its history. The Suuh's splendid I showing, "as set xonii in last week's I Manufacturer * lieconl, cieated wide .. spread comment and confidence. This reliable forecast of the Sonth's pros : JK?ritV was SnrPflll linwili-asl nrnr . - r .^.%%-s.v VT V4 tliV ? i , country, finding its way into the tele* / * graphic columns of nearly ('very promMient newspaper. The prospective in creasc of $400,000,000 in il.c value of .Southern agricultural products tbi; >ear, as compared with 18S0, combined > with activity in other line?, will bring lha -- L' ' * ... mc uuuui up iu mgn-waier marie in its prosperity. Industrial and general development are keeping pace with the : wonderful advancement iu agriculture, j Special reports to the Mann/if turn s...

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. — 17 September 1890

r/ / ' _____ ^ . * ' ' '' ' ' ' " I VOL. XLVL W1NXS]5(>B'\ S. 0., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1890. .NO. 5. ' RK-STATE CONVENTION. r THE BODY NOMINATES A FULL TICKET AND ADJOURNS. A LarCe Attendance and Much Public In, terest?A Protest from the Kiclilnnd ~ DeiegHiioii?ine toiuehis nua now mey ^ "Were Settled. Columbia, S. C., September 10.?The State Democratic Convention assembled to-day in the House of representatives. The assembling: was done with a g^~-? deal of enthusiasm, mutual good i and even good humor. It was generally supposed when all had [ Ik .if / > i?n ? t? o m nnf I" gciLUCTiCU ClAcib CVCiJ j ^ of discord had been eliminated by the f agreement of compromise between the k two executive committees. m The galleries were crowded, there being present among the spectators a large number of ladies. While the delegates came in and took their seats the splendid Capital City Band played some lively airs and added to the spirit and animation of the occasion. Aii nve nil nines...

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. — 17 September 1890

TlieFnirfield NewsandHerald. | ft;-! I As- f/Ki) tiVKRY WED:sESDA^ ! -BV- | MeWo - and - Herald - Co. I XKHMS IX ADVANCE: .... Hix Muut!u, .... .75 W '). DJUiiUSS, ) > >11 i tors. . J VS. il DAVIS, > A C VERTISIXU HAT8$. CASH: Jim dollar ;i square for the first inser>ii an?l fifty cents for each subsequent | lisertion Special rates for contract a?l- j vertisers. - i .l.x.ti. f.-*p H4rn:i4? ?'?? iiraif w-.iy.i~-J . Uvular rates ciun;<*.l tor obituaries. Orders for -Job \V.?rlc solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday September 17. : : 1890 j Thk State Democratic ticket is com- j nosed of two farmers, one banker and | physician, :tn<l five lawyers. | \\"k publish several communications to-day bearing upon the situation in county politics. Head them. J The plan of compromise effected by the Ifoyt and lrbv committees was something like child's play, but if it served the purpose of restoring peace and harmony within the party ranks iio one should object, to the child-like ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 17 September 1890

f" ~ 3 L LOCAL IJSTEUmZCb:. ^^Wediiesday, Sej-Jtember 17, : : 1890 New Aarc=t,isem^htii. Fall Business?Q. D. Willi ford & Co. Vtitic.'?I S? IIvI'll Cftni.t,' man. New York Racket Store?II. Landecker. W. Bris. Ilogati for County Commissioner. Examination of Teachers? II. L. Duke, S. C. F. C. J.?,cat Uriel's. ?On Saturday the bank paid out for cotton $9:305,G2. ?Mr. J. D. McCarley is having the front of his grocery store handsomely repainted. ?Mrs. J. A. Hinnant lias our thanks for a waiter of handsome dahlias including many varieties. ?Allen's branch rose so high 011 Tuesday after the rain that all travel on that road was stopped for several jiours. ?2.55 inches of rain fell in "Winiisboro from Saturday night to Sunday night or 1^2,000 gallons to each acre of ground. ?Messrs. J. M. Beaty & Bio., have been fortunate in securing the services in their store of Misses Mary Rowe and Mattie Beaty. ?The citizens of Spartanburg will gire a grand ball on evening of 25th September at t...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 17 September 1890

I?-w i ? ? CELESTIAL SONGS. j* THE MUSIC OF TH.'S WORLD A:\D HEAVENeES^-' T:./. i.V, ... TToo, .' /.taiuiv.- > in 3Jc*niorv <>f the ("? ??*>. t!?o the Thorns, the Ciuwa ant! Kiernal Giory. ?P. Brooklyn. Sent. 7.?I>r. Taiaiage-s sermon for to-Jay is a flowing description of the melodies of the Celestial land. His te>:t was Rev. v. 0: "And they sang -?- n _ ii . a new song." ronowing is nx svimou: ^?, Nearly all the cities of J&ropc ami America have conservatories of music, and associations, whose objcct i: i.s. by voice and instrument, to advance the art of sweet sounds. Ou Thursday nights, JCxeter ball, of London, used to resound wila the music of lirsi-class performers, who gave their services gratuitously to the masses, who came in with free tickets and huzzaed at the entertainment. At Berlin, at eleven o'clock daily, t!;e military baud, with sixty or one hundred instruments, discourses at the royal opera house for the people. On Easter Sunday, in Jresden. th...

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