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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 28 January 1891

v l fheFairlield ^ewsandHerald. ? P C BLHS1I ED E VER Y WED y?31) A T ?RY? ? H iNewo - and - Herald - Co. .TKRMS, IX ADVANCE: PI ear. .... SI.00 t Six Mouths, .... .75 W. D. DOUGLASS, ) > PSlitors. J"AS. Q. DAVIS, ) ^ADVERTISING HATES, CASIIrj I One dollar a square for the first inseronand fifty cents for each subsequent nsorlioti Special rates for coDtraet advertisers. L Marriage and death notice '-free. ^ Kegular rates caarjed for obituaries. S Orders for Job Work solicited. m? urrvvcRfkwn c n Sfigj! ? Wednesday January 2(5. : 1891 W Wk are pleased to see the great enterprise of our capital city. Columbia is now plunging- into a real boom. South Carolina should follow the example of Georgia, Virginia and Maryland and make Lee's birthday a holidav with some appropriate celcbra UUU Ul tUC We hope that the United States Senate Chamber is kept full of fresh air. It should be kept well ventilated for since the Democratic Senators have begun to speak against time they unit jjreat vol...

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. — 28 January 1891

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, January 23. : : 1891 K?w Advertisements. ft For Sale?W. Ii. Macfie, Aiirainis trator. Garden Seeds?McMastcr, Brice & Public Sale?J. B. Clarke, Gathries\ ille, S. C. Spicial N-jiioo--A. Y. Milling, S. C. F. C. Notice to Creditors?D. A. Broom, Administrator. Globe Phosphate Company?John 11. Hniet, President. Notice to Road Overseers?B. G. Tennanf, Chairman. Winnsboro National Ban'*? Gee, II. McMaster, President. A Desirable Home for Sa!??J. E. l McDonald* Attornev. I.?cal Briefs. B ? Remember the railroad election on h. February 7. ?F. H. McMaster, Esq., wili locate in t?wn for llie practice of law. ?Dr. "W\ E. Aiken is having tho roof of liis dwelling house repainted. ?The mule trade in~ town is quite k lively, as also is the trade in fertilizers. B ?Mr. J. M. Beatj has been confined B to his home for several days by sickW ness. ?William L. Hicklin, of Blackstock, has been appointed a cadet to West . _ Point. >? ?Mr. A. J. Hamilton, of White Oak,...

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. — 28 January 1891

I!! AH INVITATION TO ALL. j DR. TALMAGE CHOOSES THE MAGiC jg WORD "COME" FOR A TEXT. It in Foniul Six Mundrw! ali<2 SfcveutV Eijjht Times in tho Kible?- It is Osie <:f * the Most Wonderful Words in t!i? Language. Brooklyn, Jan. 18.?Dr. 'Palmare preached the following sermon this morning to an overtiming congregation in the Academy ot Music, this city. At night, when The Christian Herald service was held in the New York Academy of Music, fully six thousand persons were massed in the large building. A marked solemnity pervaded the assembly, and at its close many persons m various parts of the house rose at the invitation of the preacher to ask for prayers for their salvation. Dr. Dr. Talmage chose the fol owing texts for his sermon: ''Come-'' (Gen. vi, hs): ' Come" (Rev. xxii, 17). Imperial, tender and all persuasive is this word '"Come." iSIx hundred and seventy-eight times is it found in the Scriptures. It stands at the front gate of the Bible as in my ?r?t text, invitinz ante...

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. — 4 February 1891

VOL. XLVI. WINNSBOKO, S. (\, WEDNESDAY, FEB illr All Y 4, 1891. XO. REPUBLICAN TACTICS, j " I OVERRULING ALL PRECEDENT ANDj CUTTING OFF DEBATE. The lt?publica>> Stop nt Nothing to S>?- J core Control ot the ?l?ction Machinery ; ?r.H Pr?T?nt tli*' f.holr.a of n. Dainoeratlc ! ! Pr^sld^at :u 189:i. 1 Washington, Jan. 22.?In the Sen- j ate to-day, immediately after prayer, the i Vice President directed the reading of I the Journal of yesterday's proceedings. J Senator Faulkner suggested that there ; was no quorum present and the roll was } called and disclosed the presence of but J 27 Senators- At half-past ten. however, j a quorum appeared and the Journal was j Senator Aldrich inquired whether the question was on the approval of tae ; Journal, am! receiving an affirmative re- j ply said that he wished to address the Senate briefly. lie continued : "The Journal, just read, furnished a ! record without parallel in the history of J the Senate of the United States. It dis- i -1 3...

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. — 4 February 1891

J TlieFairfieltl News aDdHerald.j pi:'til.ihiei) tiwhy wkuxksdayi -BY? iNewo - and - Hevald - Co. . , j IX ADVANCE: lear. .... SI..10 ! Mouths, .... .7~j W. D. DOl'liL V.SS, ) [ Eklitors. J AS. i), DAVIS, ) . . - .. ... j iad VtiRTliSlWJ kates, cash: > | <s)?e dollar a squ.ux* fur tlm first inser- [ h <> :i and fifty cents for each subsequent M nsertion Special rates for contract ad- | vertisers. L JP* Marriage arul Ueam nonces jrtr. Uegalar rates cnarcje.l r'i<r obituaries. Orders for Job WINNSBORO, S. C. WedncsUy. February t. : : 1?91 i Llt every uue lie ??:e to iro uiu and ; rote for the railroads on tin; day up-; pointed. With the coming of the iron J horse will come much prosperity for one of the fairest comities in the State. Ix our humble opinion the bill introduced into Congress to make the government advance money in a de posit of potatoes at the rate of a dollar a bushel, is running the thing into the around. N. With all of Iijgall's poIitjxuiL^Uu^-and spite...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 4 February 1891

I?rrf rm rmrir?imth rim i rwir'aeeKOTiMnr LOCAL ISTELiilSBSOE. Wednesday Fel>ru;ty 1. ; : 1391 Xew Advertisements. Xotice?Winr.sboro Drag1 Slorc. Citation-S. It. Johnston, Judge of Probate. Smntnons-McDonald, Don^!a?s <fc Obeur, Plaintiff's Attorneys. Local IlrieJ*. ?Buy your School Hooks at the * wixnsb'uio Drug Stork. ?Mr. W. J. Barley will move to the plantation vacated by Mr. Xirkland. ?"We noticed several of ltidgeway's ! ]>rominent merchants on the streets on i Monday. ?The County Treasurer had a bhr! day's collection on Thursday, collecting j nearly $8,000. ?Hands are very scarce in thej Monticello neighborhood and tanners j are coin plaining. ?The population of Fairfield county j according to i lie official count of the! j Census Bureau is 28.591'. ?We are glad to see that our friend j Major T. W. Woodward, is out again after a very severe attack of la grippe, f ? !>? IToni'f W O fin nee ur?M i x'l. ?" ? ; v "*n~ ' ~ | the Mouticello neighborhood to settle i in S...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 4 February 1891

W~ R A Sl-IiMOX OX i>ABYLOX, Ms nisrniirsr !-rp/ir,h? n ^mnday jam. 25. BY DR. 7ALN1AGE. A t?i 2i)>bi<- i)escri ption oi iiu: "\V? ??:<!? i > <>! this Ancif Tit !*iss:u? City?sosi^ Tlutt Should 1><* lleidcil Jo Drawn fr:ji2i J! *? I'ulU BROOKLYN, .Jan. 25.? I Jr. preach'J d Iho following1 sermon it; is liiU7in;i5: :a u:r -k.cuui;u;j> ui ^ this city, and he repeated it to-night at The Christian Ik-raid service in the jS'ew York Academy ol' Music. I lis text was Jennie!, v. Hi): "In th:it night was I>elsha/.zer. the king of the Chaldeans, slain.'* ? After the site of Habvlon had been selected. two million of men v/ere employed for the construction of the wall and the principal works. The walls of the city were sixty miles in circumference. They were surrounded by a trench, out of which had been dug the material for the construction of the; city. There were twenty-five gates of solid brass on each side of the square j city. Between every two gates a gre...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 11 February 1891

-'JXU* * X 4 I %, IT ,% ?r 14 ^ AmV 1U A?> 0 S % j ilii :?{ ?y ::i\y- iSfu&iW til !? ? ]g <f?\^ jS fg-ifg ^ \A { !& 7 jfTj '5 ? j|| /-? *|~ ?? I 1 || ig i|j P?1 |Sv^ ?j (s? iS }?* js jfl 3s 1JS ! !sJ 's2 lras 1^3 ii^ S3 S3 59 Pf / |B jSa i; \ya J 's/ M jl-* 5i i s^tS!fc' jjK 3 ?8 j?l ||| jin is* HLr 11 SS i$5 l|sj jfiS Isi 11| i !8 si ;a/ an | I I II 1 8 W i| I i?j i \%j m ip | il 'j]i g li flip i ill B P il i| IS il vol., XLVl. WIXXSBOHO. S. ('., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1891. SO. 26. CONGRESSIONAL .MATTEL | THE APPORTIONMENT BILL PASSED, 3Y THE SENATE. The Uill the Sains as <lo;>ie<l by the i Hocje-ElToot* Jo Incre:i*e the Number ; Voted l>o\rn?"KeIly ir'lauat.* the IJlooJy Shirt Which Is Kescrueu <>y sopru, . Democrats. Washington, Jan. 20.?in the en- j ate at the close of the morning hour the j > Senate proceeded to the consideration j 1 of the apportionment bill as "unimished j business," and Edmunds addressed the-. Se'nate, calling its attenti...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 11 February 1891

r ? . | TtieFairfieid NewsaodHerald.1 PUBLISHED EVERY WBDSiESDA Y -BYIS e Wo - ana - Herald - Co. .TERM*, ll< ADVANCE : t?ar. .... Sl.iO Iiy Mouths, .... .75 W. .'J. U'Jl'GL\S< ) [- Mlitors. JAS. O. DAVIS. ) riAD YEKTlSiyG HATES, CASH: 11 ?->:io dollar a s^u-tre for the first ins^r n and fifty cents for each subsequcut nsertion .Special rates for contract a -.- | v?jrtisers. Mima^a and death notices free. Kejjular rates c.iarjed fur obituaries. Orders for Job A'orS solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday. February 11. : : 1891 It i? hoped that the committee in charge of the Columbia centennial will in?i:c ex-President Clevelaud. It would be a guarantee ?f a large crowd if Mr. Cleveland should consent to accept the invitation. Mrs. Kennedy, of St. Matthews, attests her earnestness for the establishment of an industrial school for the I women of the State by offering to donate land for a site. This is a liberal offer on the part of Mrs. Kennedy, and it is hoped that the college...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 11 February 1891

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday Febrnayjll, : : 1891 k .. r === i'otr AarerUMueRti. Ja*t Received?W. R. Doty & Co. Noiice?A. S. Douglass and 0:her?. It Will Pay You? Ketchin Sc Cathcart. For Sile?A. S. & W. D. Douglass, Attorney*. 3.01 Per Cent Goods?Jai. Q. Davis, ^ Wicusboro, S. C. Notice, Cedar Creek Bridge?B. G. Tennant, Chra. Bd. Co. Com. Lvcal Briefs. ?\fr t. T,. "Iiulow. of Kidsrewav, had a fine Berkshire sow run over and killed by the up passenger train en Thursday. The surplus iu the town treasury was increased on Monday by the collection of tome fines imposed by the ^ Intendant. ( ?W. D. Douglass, Esq., has been j i appointed local counsel of the Richk moad and Danville Railroad Company i ft at tms piace. f ?Mr. J. D. llcCsrley has returned I from Greenville, where he has been with his horses. We understand that owing t? the bad weather the races were oospoaed. ?The law firm of A. S. & -W. D. Douglass has increased its office -room by,adding to their present quar...

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. — 11 February 1891

TUT 0\TT7 TTTTVf* T * f'T^TW* ' ilir. bru-, iiii:\u L.ii/Ai>.a.; & * LP. TALLAGE CONTINUES HISSERiES ; OF EVANGELISTIC SIP.MCNS. j l'i;e Grc-iit Ar*i.y o'. 1 ;>:i A-. rr.^'s CnB?retT!ilio?? Cltm <".f. Vri Too r>I".r.;r I.acl: 'riiii! ~V htcIs li'.i:f All. Brooklyn. Feb. 1.?The deep reiigi-! ous 1'eeling- manifested in Dr. Taimages ' congregations since his recent arous- J lug "Appeal to Outsiders" has appar-; ently encouraged him to continue! preach:::2 distinctively evangelistic; sermons. To-dav he delivered another i discourse of the same gospel type, both j at the mornins: service in the Academy of Music. :r. this city, uiiii at The j ^uristian Ilerald service at night in the Xew York Academy of Music, ilis text was taken from Mark x. 21: "One thin? thou lackest." The young man of the text was a j splendid nature. "Wefall in love with j him at the first glance. IIo was ami- j able and frank and earnest and educat-1 ed and relined and respectable and i moral, and y...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 18 February 1891

e I txua :^tfl^ 1^f,#1Tif1[! & ^ -si ?? w )f!] I I I 117 if jg i sj r % i s m u n ! I in r I 11 Ml 1 J-'" - U: iE? I i|l iS f? & ? iS >? !? i? -M |te. . !r?j ij* ic, - !?; :--t M ;ts :t! g i~?J & , [t? . IS |P \ig i& ief :?-4/ \s ^ ^ ^ <2> f VOL. XLVI. WINNSBOECX 8. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1891. NO. 27. .3 v" 25I ^YAf-'SAC SED^BY" MILES.' ~ THE l.V. IAN NARRATIVE OF THE SL-VJCHTER AT WOUNDED KNEET:;imi : z I'iiv.A intl American Horse TeUs aT( nf'-isz, Terrible Story of the S:xvof TTomt'D, Girls, Iiojs :?u<i l>v the Soulier*. W.'.>!:;nx:tox, Feb. 11.?'The Sioux ludi; n 'oniVivnce v.;cs concluded tol ciav ,.:h: .fje Indians will stait fer home .. - - t.*_ I . r* I 10-sr. Tr > .v ui <;a fiwia*, ^uiu- uj >yc;> oi' 11:1 !..< elphia and Carlisle. Li: ? iV}..iure of lo-dcy's meeting was the story of the f.^at at Wounded Knee, v.h ch was told by Turning Hawk, and American Horse. In beginning :iis story Turning Ilav. k described n pictures...

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. — 18 February 1891

:, TtiftHiipM feudM.! - ?I JIV I Ull 11HU tivny UilIUIlVIU'lui PUBLISHED EVERY WEDHESDA Y \ j , ?BY? iSewo - and - Herald - Co.! TKBM<*, I-t ADVANCE: le?r. .... ?Sf.30 j S\x Months. .... .73 W. D. DJL"GL\SS, ) ( Kilitors. J A.*. (}. DAVIS,; J AD VERTISLVG KATES. CASH: One dollar a square for the first inser >11 and fifty cents for each subsequent, nsertiou .Special rates for contract ad- j vertisrrs. Marriage and death iiotic us free. liegular rates cnarjji'd r<jr obituaries. Orders tur.Job vV'orn solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wedneslay. February US. : k: 185U i A bi<; banquet should be gotten up j -e? a. ?:i? v,w,Kcl> I xur uie luutwu men tiuvi mv uu^uou syndicate. Br all means don't wait until another year to organize your prize clubs. It never pays to put off a good thing-. The Columbia Record has passed into the hands of a publishing company composed of parlies in the city, most of whom have experience in Columbia jonrnalisin. .J^-irT^lTllTom j \ every success " Por...

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. — 18 February 1891

i LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ? Wednesday Febrnary 18. : : 1391 V tw A<lrerti??inentx. Berry Plants?Mrs. W. D. Creight. Yoa Will Find Us?ivetcJiin x uain* curt. If Yoa Hare La Grippe? W. E. i Aiken. Citation? S. I* J#bnstuu, Judge of Probate. Ob, Yes! Oh, Yes!?Winnsboro E^tel Bar. Notice for Final Discharge?J. Coleman, Executor. Notice for Final Discharge?Dutckey Mitchell Administratrix. i ! i.*cu! Brief*. ?The Court House authorities have j Lad the Court House yard cleaned up, and not before it wa* needed. ?Mr. David G. Dwight, of Winnsboro, has been appointed on Gor. Tillman's staff with the rank of Major. | ?Mr. Samuel Simpson, of Ridge| war, has taken a position with his c?u*in, Mr. S. Simpson, in the grocery business. ?A gentleman of the Buckhead j -..vkwiiu r#nn??8 lhat attention i U^Ul/Vit4W 'V?J * b? called t? tke Lyles Ford road. 1 One bridge is down and the road needs immediate attention. ?The new firm of Ketchin & Cathcart farorthe public with a new advertisement to-day. 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. — 18 February 1891

" THE STKICKEYIYKST. " THOUSANDS OF SETTLERS FN DANGER CF STARVATION. ?Vj<iesj>rea?i y:?ttes.< .imcn;; m-i-> Western Nebraska -A Succession o.r Disastrous Seasons?A f'aciiii*! T-vo Huudred MlU-s W'iiie ami a Thousand Miles Loni'. Lincoln. Neb. February 9.?The Nebraska Legislature has asked a Federal appropriation of $1,000,000 to provide seed lor the destitute settlers ot Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska and the Dakotas. That sum indicates the ex<?nt of the calamity which has overtaken portions of these State as a result o: tae drought prevailing over large areas last season. It is not certain that such a sum is actually needed, but it is the estimate put by the Legislature of Nebraska upon the wants of the settlers in the way of seed to enable them to make a start next season. When t'ie estimated amounts required to carrj I fie destitute through the winter ?i d to *up*)ort them until time for ar. other harvest are added to the sum asked from the General Government, the tot...

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 February 1891

' IfnV jfL* A. i ds3? I Hr | \m ? ;g * * If^ll i il^ll > $?'$ @k va ! my | IS I $.4 ;r ;s jg |g | jl ^JfI fly || | a I mm Hp 4#! $ in ^ ill ii i? il If? I I if ii II i| i \%j if )l ii IS 713 IB B li IS 1 il li> jl If i i I i j| S pr? WXXXSBGEO, S. G, WEDNESDAY, FEBBUABY 25, 1891. NO. 28, TAXING HANK STOCK, j SHALLTHE STATE BANKS BE TAXED ! OUT OF EXISTENCE? , The Construction of the Law Governing the Matter?A Statement froiu the j Comptroller General's Oitice Iie;.;ar<lin5: ! i the Connor Letter. / '/vr ??*r ?*r > C / * Pr.Vir'Uft*4*' 1"" v.., i 4.1. ; Some inierest has been created in j baiJdns: circles in rc-rnrd to the construc-1 - = . tion of the law governing the taxing of j bank stock and the manner of return | Hp^^rfvnich he makes tiie tollowicg state- j merits concerning his letter and the re- j ply received by him from the C'omptrol- j ier General's office: ".My letter has not been answered. I; wrote upon an entirely different matter, i By way of illustration le...

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 February 1891

TkFairlield NewsandHerald. i PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY ! ! iNewo - and - Herald - Co. rEKH-t, I:? ADVAXCK: 1 tear 91.50 ! Vl? iloiitiis, - - - - .75 | W. .0. DOUGLASS ) / Editors. J AS. (j. DAVIS, ) AD VftnTISlNG HATES, CASH: v>??: dallar a square for th? first inser- j ? n arid fifty cent* for eaeli bubsequent j iisertioa Special rates for contract ad- j vcrtiscrs. M'-trriaga and <.le.it!! notices free. I?t:$jular n&vs ? wr*:? i for ooituaries. j Order* for J ?b 'Vor* ?-?ucited. j WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednes lay. Febrnary 25. : : 1891 If the people ot Co'nnibiu think it be>t to sl'II the can :! to private pal lies they should be careful to provide that it shall be developed and conducted so as bett to conduce to the general welfare. It is much more ea?v to grant cltan and 1 ^ijflrvj?v? ? The snare in Mr. B!aiue'? reciprocity treaty with Brsxi! lies in this that it opens a lr?<e ms:let to Northern manufacturer* while it brings in agri- i cultural products to compete whh ...

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 February 1891

?|P ?Chairman Tennant, of the County Commissioners, is out again, after a long sickness. ?Mr. li. L. Elliott, Jr , has been elected a??c:aie editor of the University Carolii iau. ?There has been quite an improvement in the cotton market in the last day or two. Cotton brought S.SO on Thursday. ?Probate Judge Johnston has been absent from his office for two days on account of sickness. We hope so ;n to see mm at jus puta. ?There is a very heavy trade in fertilizers and mules this spring. We trust the hopes of our fanners for a good crop this rear may bo fully realized. ?On Tuesdav Operator Skinner re-! i ceired and dispatched eighty-five j messages. This is the largest number j of messages that has ever passed throusrh the office in one day. ?This office is indebted to the ladies j of the A. It. P. Church for a fine j dinner on Wednesday. Our entire editorial staff was absent, but it was enjoyed by the balance of the office and was pronounced good. ? Mr. li. E. Ellison left on Thursda...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 25 February 1891

faith without works. i A CRAFT MOSTLY SAIL AND LI77LF. j TONNAGE. j How tUo Site of Jerusalem uas \Jhu>v:: -j The World S:uilv I-:icki:?}j lit Pra<?ti<*ai ; Heligiou, Which Would Accomplish j More Than all the Pure Food Uilln. linoOKLYX, Feb. 15.?Great audiences again assembled at tbe service by l)r. Talmage in the Brooklyn Academy of Music this morning and also at The Christian Herald service in the New York Academy of Music in the even* 1 * * - -1 ~ 4-Ua in?. The remarKauie interest m wjc i latter continues without evidence of abatement. At the service in New York last Sunday evening there were many emotional episodes among the vast audience, and to-night these were repeated, hundreds pledging themselves anew to Christian lives henceforth. Dr. Talmage took for his text at the Brooklyn j Academy: "Faith without works is dead." James ii:20. The Iioman Catholic church has been charged with putting too much stress upon good works and not enough upon faith. I charge Protestant...

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. — 4 March 1891

v . . - >?k*j*SB >1^ m ^jiiItiv 11/i0iii'<0^^ VOL. XL VI. WIN XS BO HO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1891. NO. 29. "fearful.ioss^of life. ONE HUNDRED AND NINETEEN MINERS KILLED 3Y AN EXPLOSION. Sprinshlll, Nova Scotia, Thrown Into Mourniujj?Several of the lioUles Fearfully Widows and 157 Cluldrm K?*fr Vi>i>rovided for. Spring i: i ll,. Mix j:s.X. S.. Feb. -3. ?An explosion occurred! in the mines of this place yesterda v. Al midnightn:uety-four bodies have been recovered, and | the lota! number *.>f dead is thought to be 117. A largely attended public meet-! ing was hell last evening and arrangements for a public tuneral on Tuesday I were completed. Chief Inspector Gilp- j in arrived yesterday morning. accompanied by Madden and went down into the | mine. Mr. Gilpin says so far as the evi- j J ?vr?lrtfcu?n nfiMlrrff] in UrU^C OUW ?? mv. either X?*. 7 or G balances, arid that the force of the explosion in these balances is very great. Most of the timbers were ! knocked ...

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