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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 15 October 1890

A WORD ON INDEPENIiENTISM. (Columbia Iltgisicr.) Isj noticiug the movement 10 ^uta 1:1.-:.. .u k.I.I .-VIM.^1 CaUUllUUC ill U1C UCIII ugaiuai I Livingston, the nominee for the Fifth District of G- oiaia, onr excellent contemporary, the Macon Telegraph, whilst deprecating such movements, makes some strong and wholesome remarks, which must impress all thoughtful peo pie. Our contemporary says: "The independeutisji of the past ha* been merely porsonalism?the outcome of the ambitiou of individuals anxious to hold office, to take a conspicuous part iii public life, hut who found the path to preferment blocked by meu with greater claims on the party or more skillful in u>ing tl.e party ma-1 cbinery. "The independcntism which is now manifesting itself is nut ot that kind. No one man is back of the movement which the Telegraph dcprtCateS. Nwbo'lv has set himself up as a candidate and appealed to the dissatisfied tor support. On the contrary, the movements noted are spontaneous uprisings ...

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. — 22 October 1890

1 ' i : WIXNSBORO, S. C? WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1890. NO. 10. T* r rT ivhLL. TION ENELL. I.Se::? $oti:e It Ought to iof tilt ||--Thc' ColKiet in thy at one euty-t wo tuber \v?;s pptt sixty, oi Bashed the jl&:rhain ol'Hskfd that jg of the |?;ht result HR:" Civil S9 secretary, | dopted. j tempo- j amiscn ! I i n(; j c called ! srd up to I showed J attend-! ete liat j | \v "Wil-1 Lmiibar. ! ivtt-r I' recl Nix. j lie;:;;fort?J. I. Washington. Berkeley?J. E Knyne. K. II. Jen-! tins, Li .]. ."inetter, W. 2d. IS'ight. II. T. j Willi? iv:.s. Lexington?\V. A. Smith, A. W. | Johnson, J. E. Ililler. Ne'-V.it-rry?P.M. Miller, S. C. Gary. Orauaf-'-burg?C. W. Caldwell, It. Carrol). J. J. Johnson. George Robinson, tj. KrebSv, J. H. i/osey, J. H. Fordham, .\5 I'. Giover, D. T. McDaniel, J. W. Robinson. b'airlirid?II. M. Ray ford. Uear?eto\vn?R. W. Harrison. Kershaw?J. II. Johnson. Fk rvjiee?E. R. Roberts. J. R. Wilson. I.ai; rer.s?P. S. Suber, C. G. Garett. T. A. jjaxon. Chi-ri^ton?J. M. Freema...

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. — 22 October 1890

w TlieFairlield News aadHerald.! . ; PUBLISHED It VERY WEDXESDA YI' . -i)Y? IN 3v/o - and - Herald - Co. j .TKKJH, I;; ADVAXCr: 1 I-Jtr. .... SI.oO j <ix }I>-Chs 75 j W. :>. D \SS j iOri iters. J vs. y IUV1S, ) AV VSXTIittM JiATtiz. CASH:; One iloilar a square for th? first inser- j ?!!!in l fifty cents for each subsequent Jiaeiiiua Sprciul rates f?>r contract ad- j vertisers. .M-tillage an J ile.lth u<?tiCeSj>?. Kw^uiar r.it.*s ctMr^e ' for obituaries. Orders f??r J>L> W:>r!? *o!ioiteO. | WlXSSZOiiO, S. C. OO . . ing(( \Ve(!uos'I;tr. ueio-fi ?? A .man's chiructui- i? pirtly much what ii'j ciiusfs t?, nmke ir. So is the progress of a country. Capital seeking investment never (fails into :i community ilu; dots not & catch .up The spirit < {" progress. f Kemember that by contributing to r Uic success of the Institute on the 28th ? and 29th you increase the chances of -i - nw?tntnm j f FairSe tl's trinmiigiuecmuio t of at the State Fair. H^gjSfebfc Tii...

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. — 22 October 1890

" ' '' UW^~ j o:ic. *? ijg For .School Commission* r, g| . HENRY L DUKE. For Probate Judge. 0 SO. A. H INN A NT. HB For County Commissioners, ?11 JN(>. A. STEWART. npQHffil J X o. S. c AT 11C A RT. i jno. 1I0LLIS. I r I For Treasurer, j J. LEWIS WAHDLAW. ? : For Auditor, ISAAC N. WITHERS. & For Jury Commissioner, V? Ai. A.^ALiiU. ^ Fur Supervisor of KeRi&tration. g J AS. PAGAN. H Advertisement < T For Sale?J. M. Stewart. > For Sale? R. J. McOarlcy. I>>w:? g.) the Prices?1>. Lauder- j gr dnle. Boaiy's Corner Store Announcement ' Lr -J. M". Deatv & 3 ro. Li.rn' Kiiej>. Tiiiwsdav the Counry Trea?-> |||urcr collected taxes amounted to ' ^B$l,176.41. W& ?The Commissioners have had the 1 nstitute road put in good repairs near | KSBaj^^^IIen's branch. |Efi?The buihihig | UUPReived the j MBgTer blames ior j |Kxer$ of the general < |^Berchant remarked in cur i MPj Wednesday that he had < BpiWTCaov collected three-fourths of his ||pP^ accounts. . ...

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. — 22 October 1890

w- ki;-; ALL T][3~DETAILS. j THE FULL STORY OF THE CAPTURE ! AND KILLING C'F BURROWS TIsc Exact IV.Cls from to Kt.iI ! K?lii(e<l by Mr, ?Ic3)iiiiIe aatl Ufctccti v<- j Jae!?so2?Trt;th ^trr-.n^t-r 1 hi::: j The Bcdy Irulentiilcil. Di.r.io^cLTS, Ala.. Oct. 12.?Although the cxcUeinent ovc-r the 1'ur-1 rows Inuredy has ;:i n mon-iav .subsided, I the people of this city and county can j talk or think of nothing else. The sen-! sational finale of the outlaw's life, the j ringing down, of the curtain, is now a:i event of yesterday, however, and will scon he tradition merely. Yesierdaj all Bemopolis quit business to discuss the tragic event; today uicy are up a::u i about as usual and discussing yesterday's ; occurrence only casually. Amidst tr.e tuimoi! and coufusion yesterday, much garbling was done hi giving out the accounts, and ncccssnriiy some of this disjointed work Is more or less visible in every paper. The story of the capture oi' Burrows on Tuesday evening, you arc all imnd...

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. — 29 October 1890

[ jlLvV /% jlOr ^/ ^ ll 1% j J hi y^% si # li SiS .4$& nBr? <mW is / ih^ ? ll /dx% IP ,4^ ^ \ S\y- g i$ ifej jib / ft? Jg IS iB fali ^1 |fe m \M fel rsW I ill - 11| i|7 1IM I 1 li i | fi/ii 11 1 4 i 1/ i 14 ? m 11 I i 1 1 11 I w ? 1 1 I ll 1 *CM jrililili^lp. ^i wJ UP X>L," XLYL " ~ TfIXXBI-X)ltO; S. C, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1890, NO. 11.'' pF zr.iii, Xr * i:-::;'s .Torj!?* of J^vicno, ilu y < r i::si>!r:i.K Srwue? ".Md Tlie?v.C5??5'onfctn.;:: r.f 5S1;sIj:t. Urooklvn, Oct. I'J.?TLe widespread and ;*Vo: if :r-ff interest ;n .Or. TalL raas'u: '- < ? sermons on the Holy ^iri.Tr ;-.Ti' adjuring countries is de raons laitrd '> v '! o ihousauds vrho are H turr?-: avrav from t:u- doors of the l>roo!.':\r. Academy of Mrs:c on SijnE i"!;;v ?< (.r n1 T5>r> Christ i;tn !!er aid sr .- vie. s in the Xc.v York A cade hit W of M'.sk on Sunda? fvenir.gSj unable L "' '?! stuntiirig room in those || inimc.jsr ::uuitor::M!"!t. To-dxr the fourth sermon of \he serifs w...

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. — 29 October 1890

TkFairlieldNewsaodHerald. PUBLISHED HVERY WEDNESDAY 1 -HI- i iN ewo - and - Herald - Co. i | TKKYis I.t ADVAXOK: i \ far. - - - - 81.50 | hix Muuilis, .... .75 i \\. *y. DJUGLVSS, j ' i > 1'iiitors. J AS. <r?. DAVIS, ) AD YKRT1SIXU It A Th'.< VAtill:* i -inn dollar <i square for th>? tirst inser- i ii um'l lil'ty cents tor each subsequent I n^rri.m Soecial rates for contract ad- J vert.M-rs. j M vrna<? awl death uoticesfree. lCc^iiUr r:it<*s r?>r ouitu<irtes. 'Jrdtffs i*r J:ij i\ ui'.i >.ilioitci. WINNSBORO, S. C. ! Wed hps Ur. October 29. : : 1J590 i ^ _ _ = . j It xvutjM be a i ii? t.t ;nco t hi tig to j break down the tariff bill in i lie Courts. At >:ctte>buiv, in Sumter county, the Anti-Tilimanite* propose to vote | the lai! <?t" the Till nan ticket and for Ilaske!! lurGovnuir. Thk eoiiMitti'ional amendment proposes to abu!i?lt the office ot County Commissioners. What is propo?ed - substitute instead ol that cffice? Who |jjjj|jps^ are ' ? ...

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. — 29 October 1890

I LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday October 29. : 181*0 I COUNTY DEMOC1CATIC TICKET. For Representatives. Til Ob. U. McKINSTRY. J NO. L). HARRISON. J AS. \Y HAN All AN. For School Commission* r, HENRY L DUKE. For Probate Judge. J NO. A. HINNANT. For County Commissioners, 1 JNO. A. STEWART. J NO. S. CAT HO ART. I JNO. HOLUS. |f|> l\r Treasurer, & J. LEWIS WARDLAW. For Auditor, ISAAC X. WITHERS. For Jury Commissioner, A SMITH. FFor Supervisor of Registration. JAS. PAGAN. New Advertisements. Head?II. Landecker. Miliim-rry, etc. ?D. Lauderdale. X. 0. Molasses?J. F. McMasier & Roofing? Gum Elastic Roofing Co., New York. Notice to Creditors? R. II. Jennings, Administrator. I? cm I Uriels. ? Bring' your cotton lo Winnsboro at:d \ou will get a. good price for it. ?Ti;e Board of County Coimnis siuiiers was in session on Wednesday. ?Cui;.M(l(-rabie hail t'rll on last Sunday. :>u far as we know nv damage wus done. ?Read the election notice and you will see the proposed Constitutional...

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. — 29 October 1890

* SOME PLAIN FACTS. I THE SPEECH OF GOVERNOR HILL IN j MCKINLEY'S DISTRICT. i A Pitllpb* Kxposar* of the Kccortl of ths SliyorHj in Congress?The 3Ioi:sti <>n~ Provisions of tho -VIcKi.rslo.v T:ir." I'seti j Ajainst its Author. Canton, Ohio, October 21.?C-over- j nor David 13. Hill arrived here at (>.' : j to-day. lie was Diet ai ihe station, a I few miles below the city, by a reception , ittee. a large throng greeted his ! appearance as be alighted fro:i: the j TT? re?if TO JDis- ! lltllU. - ? trict Attorney Welly's house, who?;'! guest he will be until to-morrow, when ; he leaves to speak at Wccster, in thi > i Congressional district. A torchlight parade cf Democratic > clubs took place to-night, about I.."C"! being in line. An old skating rim:, i accommodating 2,000 people, in %vliich ! a mass meeting was held to-night ami j which the Governor addressed, w;u- j filled to overflowing. When Governor Hill was introduced | by Chairman Welly he v.-as rigorously j applaud...

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. — 5 November 1890

if VOL. ^YL " ~ ^ WINNSBORO, S. 0 WEDNESDAY^XOVEMBER 5, 1890. XO. 12. I DEAD SEA AXD JORDAN. DR. TALMAGE'S FIFTH SERMON ON HIS TOUR IN THE HOLY LAND. S8gB|M Topography of the .Dead Sea Keslon. [ Pompeii antl the Volcano?The Lowest | Lake in the "World?Evidences of God's ft Brooklyn, Oct. 26.?Dr.-Tdmage preached the fiftirsermoii'of the series afreP on his tour in the Holy'Land in the K Academy of Music in ;his city^ .this Hi morning. This- evening at/The Ch^i's||||| tain Herald service in the Academy of Music, New York, the sermon Was" rvgea'teci before an audience which filled the vast building in every part. Dr. Talfnage announced as his text, Rs civ, 32: "He toucheth the hills and g they smoke." He said : David the poet here pictures a volor>^ TrrVi-jt l^.h nrch's PrtfnnflT1 fint-'C! OliJU ?? iU*pW vyj-* WAV/I? V WW j/mk. v*v> w oil painter's canvas this author does in words. You see a hill, calm and still ^ and;, for ages immovable, but the Lord Sal out of the heavens puts...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 5 November 1890

av " ' m A* irr ij \i . ! 6 PUBLISHED KYKRY Wb,DXK.<DA Y j 1 11 i < i\'ew.j - and - Herald - Co. j ? tkj:ai<, i.; as>vanc~ : jj I tciir. .... SI.5U J tlx lluuths, - - - - ^ ... w -?- - -v W D'JUGL. VS<, j ? Miitors. J \S. 'i t)AVl<, ) < I 1 . .W YSHTISIXU CASH:. j ?>no tviii ir a i.vp i'?r tin* tu>t iuser- ( i it uik! fiitv cents for ,-aeh subsequent ?- Swooial rates for contract ad- ! v^vt.s.-rs. ; Mirriaru am! de-tth uwtlc a free. J ratios c xi'zsA tor obituaries. Orders tor J vj .Vr ?:\c i!icite<L j u'[\T\:c:>'v;h cc p AY (Mines bt.?. November .', : : 1890 j < Tun Mr.Kinh'j l?i:i i> a regular trust creator. O i the very day that the hiil btvume a hvv a I>. us?c!l Carpet Tru?! was loruieil in St. Lr>ui-. Jivr iliink of it every r.iati who bays cotton lion in Winti>boio pays 7.3 cent* more t'ur them per bundle sinco :ii?' M?-Kii:h*y tariff bill became j u itlw. Thk pnpn'atirtii of th<i couutry will i l.c Kb.?nt i\v.? or three milli...

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. — 5 November 1890

Hr iAcallnteuigenoe." _ Wednesday November 5. ; : 18D0 X*? Advertisement*. I Fur Sale?W. G. Iioche. What i? the Secret ?D. Lauderdale. Citation-J. A. Iliiiiiant, J. 1*. F, C. Citation?J. A. Hiunaut, Judge of We Have Been Reported?Q. D. Williforcl & Co. I^cal ISrirln. ? Monday being salesday a considerable crowd was iu town, ?I? political circle- me exeueuicm, g| is suppressed, but intense. aSPaL ?We are indebted to Miss Rebecca ? Wolfe for reporting the County Insti?Mr. W. G. lloche advertises his f property for sale. See his ad. in an- j |||||| other column. ESgff. ?The Republican executive com-' HL^mittee for Fairfield county held a rneetwjg' hg on Thursday. ?Dr. Enior, of Columbia, Republics can candidate for Congress, was in a&a|k LOW i' ("i t nui *uai ?Two women pedier* arrived in town on Monday. They are Italians and are sHIiug jewrelr>. ?Messers. Curetou and Crosby, cotton buyers, w ill have their office hereafter in the store of J. M.Beaty & Bro. ?The secret o...

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. — 5 November 1890

% | jauuemaamsBaum?Bam&^aed BANDED FOR BI.00D SHED? A HORRIBLE ORGANIZATION THAT j HAS TAKEN ROOT HERE. . ' ? =* t? - 1 j .' uruc* I kii j/nyj runt vaiui?ia? * **? - ciple?Its Awful Power at Home?Some | Facts of its Qrisii'. Comi>ositiou and j Methods?How it Has Worked in this County. The Cincinnati Enquirer of Sunday last gives the following interesting sketch of the dread Mafia organization, to which the assassination of Superintendent Hennessy is attributed: The La Mafia is a secret organization composed almost entirely of Sicilians, and was founded by an Italian cut throat named Mafia at Palermo a hundred years ago. The members are for the most part criminals and counterfeiters. and hesitate at no atrocity. The inhuman cruelty of some of the Mafia agents is almost beyond human credence, and savors of the brutal barbarity of the middle ages. Yincenzo Arditi ourned a victim's house in NewOrleans, hoping to burn the owner at the same time. lie was sent to the npnitpntiarv or...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 12 November 1890

~ WINNSBORO, S. ( ., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1890. NO. 13. I|.0)l(>yS GARDENS. ? g-MAGE CONTINUES HIS SKET- j RES Or THE HOLY LAND. r ned Interest in tho Lecture* :it the I I roacle and the Addresses delivered r the Auspices of Tho Christian ! Id?The Kesurrectiou. rggpOKLYX. Nov. 2?I)r. Talmage | llped the sixth sermon on his tour j IWRlestine to-day. To-day's sermon was on the gardens and public works of Israel's magnificent king, and the text Eceiesiastes ii. 4-G: "I made me grea; works. 1 builded me houses, 1. plamed me vineyards. I made me gar-: dens and orchards, and planted trees in them oi' all kinds of fruits: I made me : pools or water to water therewith the i that. VirinorAtti forth trees.*' Dr. ! Talmage said : I A spring morning and breakfast at: Jerusalem. A king with robes snowy j white in chariot decked with goi.i, j drawn by eight horses, high mettled, { and housings as brilliant as if scollop- j ed out of that very sunrise, and like 1 the winds for speed, followe...

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. — 12 November 1890

fWiiirM Neffsaod IM d! _ ___ 11 P V:> til) ;V i riil}' U til) A .K<DA } J tsewj - and -'^Herald - Co.! TKKMS I.; ADVANCE: rt-.K. .... ...~ , m* u .... .73 ! W. i) Jl'wL \ ^ j . ,:U M:i J VS. l DAVIS, ) *M)VStiTi.ilSO li.i CAS'!:; }" M:.-? tl.?!iar a siji^rc : >r tlii* !h*s! j :i liily Cc'iila f.?r tr.it;!: .iilbscjliciit j :uifj"vi:?:i i.iU*.* lor ad- ! ?rs. ;<l irria i?* ami 1 it u?>!i<vs free. r.itcs c iar*i*.l n?r oiiifiuiitfs. OriL-i'. Cor ? Vot'.: ; WlNNSBOiiO, S. C. Wcsiu.s l;iy November 12. : : lot'O j Tn:: Xwitli an3'.v?T.? ?!? !* ?!?<|!y that j it im iurce bill that it will ' :iut. it t-? be appiii'i! t?> the Spilth. | T:sNorthwi:>{ ?ive? U t-<l, Mi Kiuley a lit t l he liepiiblieau paitv a >tun ninj?, Mjnari'b!?r.v ng'H u*iwren uic e\ es. IT is estimated that Tillman earned the State I'V >i?n;ctlii"if over .'>'J,000, and ::li of the Democratic Congressmen vv r riveted. w\ 1 c >ii!i:;il'? to carrv the liiiit on the lines marked out b...

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. — 12 November 1890

BBB I a ; 1&9U fcurdell. e, Ti ulice. lia*\Ageut. FsQ. Davis. I Ditigluss. ings,(J!e:k. Br ice & , Jiuk'e of . N.Gbcar, Hfs. A. Douggobear. IwbaiiL; buiidgl! open a mar lel in :i lew Ko supply the Iters etc. [Co. have put fable office iu he office is of jgggja to the appearg&g-t, who a few Bm County AuBH&ined a situation OTy establishment aco. ggto the Fair will III Trains leaving HgL'lock a. in. and Bins north on this 11?ia S.lo p. in. Wfnegro child was P^fr V Piimor's Hewav. The child Kill negro boy as Bpected lhat there | a. negro niamvork^B. Creight, took a 1 the train Friday, lock llill lie got to le train, and for hi; is hip dislocated. bUtleU by IhWiWUWH ^ jricultural Society |couuty exhibits will I State Fair on Satur1 can conveniently do |l at the depot and get Lve much trouble. i? Institute is attract[over the State. Mr. [Secretary and Treusg letters front various Stat?* askir." itifor the modus operandi. i write with the view ie in their respective us retu...

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. — 12 November 1890

THE CiiOOKfcD CEXSl'S. ! / fi INCREASING SUSPICION THAT IT iS FRAUDULENT. Extraordinary Inaccuracies In All I'arts j of the Country?A Scandalous State of j j Thine* iu the Census wince?mn n ut j Investigated. ^ The glaring inaccuracies in the IN- i publican census are attracting t Jio at- j tention of the entire country. If there were a Democratic House of Representatives now a searching investigation of the whole business would ] be certain as soon as Congress reassem- j bles. But if a gigantic fraud has been j attempted, the whole power of the liepublican party will be exerted to cover it up. r.f i~i r>f t.)u? States -LUC ? and Territories has thus far been an- i nounced, and it is already apparent that I the total population of the country will! be given out from 2,000,000 to 3,(XX?,< kjO } less than what it really is. There has been a failure in the majority of the States to ascertain the real number of people living there, and the failure is detected in Republican States ...

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. — 19 November 1890

xl-'rf " WINXSBORO, S. ( ., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1890. ^ NO. 14. IDErtFUL ITINERARY CHRIST'S , WALK TO NAZARETH. / i 1 ami the Sen of Gulliee? ly^irewell IHgie Historic Mountains Arot.^id Jeru||jpri?Awful Tru^cilics of tli^ Olden ^ rmons on his recent tour inj Palestine. Th'' following is the serm/On :rom the text. "Sc I lifted up mine/eves the way toward the north" (E/.ejkiel viii. |?p>l o'clock on a December afterBtbrough Damascus gaie we are Hg out of Jerusalem for ri journey |ffvva-(i. Ho for Bethel with its W&, the botton step of wl/ic-h was a Vpiiiow; and Jacob's well, with its Krtal colloquy; and Nazareth, with Brine boy in his father'^ carpenter egg and the most gloriouis lake that rippled or rlashed? s|| Blue Galliee, sweet Gailiee, ? H Tbo lake where Jesus loTed to be; Damascus, with its crooked street [led Straight, and a hundred places i ororoci surftharsred with apostolic.! Iten^elistic, prophetic, patriarchal j I bgly and Christly reminiscences. In traveling ...

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. — 19 November 1890

V "lieFairReld NeffsaiidHeraldJ PUJUXtlb'H EVERY WEDXKSDA Y i -BT ? iNiWo - and-^Herald - Co.! I TI?K*!-?, l.i ADVANCE: 1 ?:?r. .... 91.50 : U >l ?.iflis, .... .75 ' W. '). I) )L"<rL \S>, ) / Kilitors. J VS. t,?. DAVIS, S Z -i i' t'b'!:TI.<L\(J AM 7'/;.S. CASH:' .?!iw <ioii:tr ;i vja.ni* for th?* lir?t iuser?:i *i:-l ijliv writ* t?>r r<icli subsequent nviiiw Spies.il i tt<vs for contract ad7v'i't.sers. M UTI.I :? ami ilea*!? u.?!,ic<-s free. iCt-^.n.ir r o utrs-.l i?*r obituaries. WINN'SBORO, S. C. Wwlu?s<lay November 19. : : 18?*0 j I It m*cuis to us that wheiher or not Governor Cleveland should be the nominee of the Democratic party does not :.dmit of debate. lie is perhaps the .-tron<rest man in America, and ! with a .statesman like Cleveland as a | leader the Democrat* will march to - victory in 18'J2. as wilb he seen b> an inlet view in ; another column Governor-elect Till-j m ? la- b'Tii t<> Charleston inspecting ' the ph-xptiiir bed*,...

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. — 19 November 1890

S^:k ^ Vaster, K,cai UrUr*. |||fe*| BT ?The ticket agent nt this plaflRuld PI",r the week six hundred auimmzij Rickets fr?<iu Monday uutil FriJBr. I ?Mi** Floride Dwijfhf, MtSrs. T. j |YV. Lauderdale and E. li. KJR&dale repreacnted Wimisboro at the IState j ' ?The Congregation of the A. jit. P. Church have ordered a new ball f.,r their church. It will be a much ljarger | I one u 1*11 me uuu auw m u?c. ?A bond to keep the peace i? the j feuin of $100 was required of Primus ! IWilliauis ?11 Tuesday. He furnished j the required bond without any trouble, j I ?Alex. Bell had his house 1 bur- J glarized on Tuesday night. Alex* lost i p30 in j*ouey. AVlio the thi^f j Ihieves are if known has not yet been L ?It i? said that the iuaugur.il fere" ionics will take place about Deo. 5. VL large platlorui will be built in flront of the Stale House so that all luay have a g?od chance to see and tyear. The railroad* will give reduced r&ies, I and it is thought a large number ''will atten...

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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