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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 4 March 1891

> Tie FairSd ?ews and Herald. ' ev;i jr i' L Li lAStlfjU >r ais.w * -urWewo - and - Herald - Co. TfcIKM-?,;IX ADVANCE: tear. - ?I.??0 <iix Mouth*. - - - - .75 W. U. DOUOL^SS ) > Kditors. J AS. <? DAVIS, ) ADVERTISING RATES, CASH: s>ne dollar a square for the first inser sMiiiiii fifty cents for each subsequent nseni>m .Special rates for contract acirertiser.H. Marriage atnl death notices free. Keaular rates caur^ i lor obituaries. Orders for J.?b A'??rk elicited. WIN MS BO RO, S. C. Wednesday. March 4 : : : 1R91 Bishop Wai.kek. of the Episcopal church, located in North Dakota, li.is introduced a new idea in frontier missionary work by having a car fitted up as a miniature church complete, which may be moved from place t > place in * 1 .!? the diocese wnere cnurcues uu nut exist. Columbia is about rea<i_r !?? st li l?>r water power to a {*rir4tr e -uiipkny. Mi- i? con>iderin<f tue propriety of pu:t?n? all l.er sewerage in iht- hand* of :i private m...

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. — 4 March 1891

LOCAL LNTELLliiESCE. j Wednesday Harcli 4-. : : : 1891 j New AtiT ertiseiaent*. Strayed?George DaHiam. Municipal Election ?I. X. Wither8, | Clerk. Lemon Hot Drops?McMastcr, Crice & Ketchisi. 1> I'ief h. ?Chief of poi ' i; W. D. Gilbert is j confined nt horns with the grip. ?Mr. James B. Turner sold a line j Guernsey cow on Monday to a party ! in Columbia. ?Probate Judge S. U. Johnston is I back at his office though he is far from j being well. ? Mr. J110. G. Brown is doing duty ! on ilie police lot'ce in pluce of Mr. ! W. D. Gilbert, who is wick. ?A di-patch receive \ i:i town on J Tt:UtS?}jty -Sated that Mr. ami Mrs. j Satntie! Nathan had arrived safely at j their home iti Denver, Co1?>j ado. ?Beginning on Monday, Maich 2, j thr heur-. for opening and closing the I Wintisboro National Brnk will be ( 9 a. 111. and 2 p. in., until further \ nonce. ; ?Mi*. D. G. l>wi*ht, who was appointed <>n ihe personal staff of Governor Tillman as has already been noted, has decl...

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. — 4 March 1891

'"= GOSI'KL' TIICNDHU.~ 1. \ DR. TALMAGE THINKS GAMBLING THE CURSE CF THE AGE. Billions o? Money I.oKt Annually and Millions of Souls Swept Into the Kejji^onsofthe Damned Through the Cursed Vice. New York, Feb. 22.?a decided sensation was product-din this city and in Brooklyn, to-day, by ]>r. Talmage's announcement of a series of sermons which he proposes to preach on '-The Ten Plagues of these Three Cities." In this sermon, which is the tirst of the series, he pays his attention to the prevalent curse of gambling. lie preached it m the Academy oi Music in Brooklyn, in the morning, and again this evening at the Christian Herald service in cms city. n;s ic.xl wns wncu from Exodus ix, 13,14: "Let my people go, that they may serve me; for I will at this time'send all my plagues." Last winter in the museum at Cairo, Egypt, I saw the mummy or embalmed bcdy of Pharaoh, tlie oppressor of the ancient Israelites. Visible are the very teeth that he gnashed against the Israelitish brick-mak...

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. — 11 March 1891

WINNS130R0, a c., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1891. NO. 30. | V -X \ - - =z A CITY DESTROYED, j ? THE CITY OF YUMA WIPED OUT BY THE FLOOD. "Water Covers the Country for Fifty Miles j Around?Hundreds of IVojiIe l!cni?cr?-d , Homelen and Destitae?AppViiiti; Loss j nf TAfu Renorted. Yuma, Arizona. March 1.?Over 230 houses arc in ruins in ti..s place and 1,400 people are homeless, it is feared that hundreds of lives, have been losst in the Gila Valley. 2\'o reliable reports can be obtained from that locality. as the roads are impassable and ali the wires are down. Above Yuma the river is seven miles wide, and below ^the town the water covers the country in one grand lake over fifty miles across. Over 1,000 persons are being fed dailv at the Southern Pacific Hotel, and the town has pro! - visions sufficient for eight days more. ~ AP \UAfrf frame if. > XOe yiW&UUO-VI 11 yvum. uu.uu, -- | is expected, will be raised in about four | dajs, but it will be at least iVo weeks j t before they ca...

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. — 11 March 1891

*r~ TkFairfield Sews andHerald. | . : PUBLISH ZD EVERY WBDXE3DA J i I -3TiNewo - and - Herald - Co. j TSXltt.JIX ADTAXCK : It-ar. . t; . - . SI.oO ! *lr Honthi, - - - - .75 ! W. D. DOUGLASS, ) > F.?itors. J AS. DAVIS, ^ ) AD VEltTUSING RATES, CASH: One dollar a squ.ire for the first inserts n and fifty cents for each subsequent I asertion Special rates for contract ad-! vertisers. Marriage ami death notices free. lCeguIar rates Ciiarjjed lor obituaries. OrdersferJob Woric solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday. March 11 : : : 1891! Ix the next Congress Speaker Keed j will illustrate the ethical doctrine of Hobbes based upon a dogma of selfishness: "Everybody to count for one and nobody for more than one." This Columdia Record thinks ihat for the remainder of the Lenten season we can easily deny ourselres of the pleasure of haring a Congress in session. We agree with our contemporary?it will not be a very difficult elf-abnegation. j Tue United States government has ne\ er treated (...

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. — 11 March 1891

. LUOAJL Wednesday March 11. * : : * 1891 Vaxr A<iY?rtiMaa?ats. Notice?Martha C. Gib:-~n, ExecuIrix. WeK?ep the Best?Ketchin & Cathcart. j Mortgage Sale of Land?Lyles & Harusworth, Att*rners. ? : t.?cal Briars. ?Mr. John Beat}-, who has been j confimed at home br sickneas, is a?raia I ! at ins pose. ?Mr. A. Williford it baring a n en j fence built iu front of his premises ou i Main Street. J ?The car of the McGibeuy Family j left on Tuesday attached to the up- j passenger train. ?The bad weather on Sunday after- ; neon stopped Sunday school services j at all the churches. j ?The Rev. Mr. Sweeny, of Rock Hill, occupied the pulpit of the Episco j pal Church on Sunday. ?Dr. W. E. Aikeu is repainting the Irout of his handsome dwelliug house j in a very artistic manner. ? Iter. A. McA. Pittman and family hare removed to Blackstock, where he says he is pleasantly situated. ?Mr. Thos. H. Ketchin is repairing the feucing around bis dwelling house on Vanderhoet and Washington Stre...

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 March 1891

PLAGUESOF"THY otTES. the secono .sermon in dr. talmage's present series. Drunkenness 5s the Topic ;tn<J This the Text, "Is'ca'i l'lanfeil a Viuoard? and lie Drank <?f tlfe Vurir a::d Was Druakeo." new YoitK.JMarch l?Dr. Talmage continued to-day the series of sermons he commencsd last Sunday on the "Ten Plagues of New York and the Adjacent Cities." The plague which he places second on the .list is intemperance, and on that subject ne discoursed this morning in the Academy of Music, Brooklyn, and this evening in New York. The text of the doctor's seirnon was taken lrom Genesis ix, 2u, 21: ''Noah planted a vineyard, and he drank of the wine and was drunken." This Noah did the lest anu the worst thing for the world. He built an ark against me ueiuge 01 water, uui iuuuduced a deluge against which the human race has ever since beta trying to build an arK?the deluge of drunkenness. in my text we h? ar his sniggering steps. ?hem and Japhet tried to cover up the disgrace, but there he ...

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. — 18 March 1891

-1| ^ ^ ' ^ ^ || | j/y |j^* ^ vol.. XLVI. ' "' TV1NX8BORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1891. ^ NO. 31. J "&!& sujite'iVs voodoo case. i PRIMUS JONES A VICTIM OF RELIG- | !Ou'S FRENZYUrotht-r Uuruut "Was "Inspirit) by the j Ho?y Ghosi" a:.<l I'ocr I'rimus Was Oiie j of Ilis 0:?c:;?Zts? v.iera ?:?>ry. Sumtek. S. C.. March 10.?The story j of the famous -voodoo" murder case, in which, as already announced iu The ; Slate. Alexander Duraut aud Richard ] Campbell were acquitted bj order of j the court, is about a.-> foliaws : Alexander II. Durant (colored), as i i'no iiMstoroflieiilnh A. M. r". II. church. on the Bell's Mill plantation in this j county, l ad been holding a stries of revival meetings, which, at the time of the death of Primus Jones, had been going on lor several weeks. Kev. Durant was evidently a little oil'"on religious matter at the beg.nnins of the revival and at its end he seemed to have been worked up to a perfect frenzy of excitement. lie ; imagined t...

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. — 18 March 1891

'i j.r,:I(r:-J i v ? ! P 5 ?;!: Aj-U \ i s !"!' ; : ! i;l ! Ui' iiviu "c U-m! piT/?-n/:j) air tMewo - nn*:! - i-Iciv-: . - > . 1 vv. ). ;> >; . , J .VS. n. i )A \'i ) . * - :iso:l: > : : - . . :i"; ;? vvv'.i - - - : V . .. \ O - > x' . ~ - V-. iVc!!h?< i IV. Mai-I; ! . : : i (."i.-N wiii Ik the raisi duosn't .-?? >j> > wc are bound t-> have a tlroiijfhi ?!ii< summer. Wk have o::r pencil shan-i'iu:1 report the organization of ;i prize club at llid^eway. When shaii i; be? \Y;;<> saw Coosaw kissiuir lien? [7V,c State.'] 1 lie sfa v.' her nisvi >{\i\csanr. and ihr; I>Ie>is.-aM^/^w|'{] < Ji'muipho-1 i i;! ii-c i i >>y s s~ ^ I'l" WUtilll ?<[( ; \ ) (. >'{,i3>Ii~l I a plan: i:: every lieijj'ha^rnoud. and let tho tanners haw their vegetable can;:f .l ?>:: share.-. in this way each family can have v(."rotables a!i winter a-, v^ry I:!;Ir* cost. Thk " 'uuiiy hva.-uivr of i'niiui clonic? that ho i-vcr - ro.>- a k-iier t<...

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 March 1891

HUB i i? I i II in mil i i mm ! ji hj A L 1 IN i'h iAj 0 h. Wednesday March 18. * : : : 13 91 rXow AUvortis?i-?nflits. Old Reliable ? K. W. JIabeniclit. | Clerk's Salc-U. II. Jenuinge.Cicrk. Attention ? Winnsboro i^ruiT >i<>rc. I Ci'-UiioM ?S. 51. J.'hll-tun, Jti:?iTC of Probata. Notice?A. Y. Miiiinir, School misj-iouer. Court litis A('j )lir?iCc! ?"\Vi:iis-b')f(? * Hotel Bur. i'oseriiie, iue?McMa^tc:-, Dricc & Ketch;ti. I.i.'cai II rifts. ? forget so plant tomaiocs f'.r WlC l*<UUl*s i/auzturi. ?Cadei It. JEI. MeMaster stoodeighth iu his class at the Citadel. ?Read '.lie open letter of li. M. Wallace to Messrs. Church & Lane, published in to day's issue. ?There \vn- received at the freight depot on Monday and Tuesday lG'J packages >>:' freight. aggregating K 470 poumU. p ?We are glad to know that the little boy who was shot at school on "Tnesday. with a >Iing .short is not seriously hurt. ?It is more than probable that the State will establish the Indust...

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 March 1891

" r - v-~~ " - MIS-OF THE ALLIANCE. PEPPER. KYLE AND GSMPSON '-PEAK IN WASHINGTON. Description of t tic Thr< C- vi:* ..rth.. v;--. Aims of their I*:tr?y : ii?i tie*. Washincton. .March <*>.?A grea1 ^ crowd turned on1, here ia.it night >'? bear Senators-vlec* IVfferam! Kyi. and Rep~esf*ntativ<-eh t .Jei ry Simpson redress the Citizens' Aliianc.; in Gr;i' (! Army Ilail. Peffc-r and Kyiesurpnse<i everybody by displaying more tri?.?i ordinary oratorical ability, and M:\ Simpson created great enthusiasm ! ;. his vigorous eloquence, that was attractive. although unconventional. Mr. JL'efTer was seen to be a man o; angular build, a little above medium height, slightly stooping in fhe shoulders. with long, sharp nose, and long beard of a rich dark brown, falling down to the lower buttonsof his waistCoat, and a pair, of keen blue eyes, rather close together?a man of mild, ministerial bearing and placid, gentle rvmntenanrie. Senator-elect Kyle is a six-loot blonde ^?f athlet...

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 March 1891

"!? VOL. XLVI. WINXSBGRO, S. G, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1891. XO. 32. , ... THE COOSAW SITUATION. THE LATEST IN REFERENCE TO THE GREAT PHOSPHATE WAR. The Company Makes a Proposition I.noking to a Kesumption of Work, Which is j Accepted Conditionally by the State? The correspondence on the Subject. Columbia, S. C., March 15?The following letter was received by the I'hos-1 phate commission io-(iay. 11 explains i itself: To the Hon. 15. R. Tillman, the lion. T. J. Pope, the Hon. W. II. Kllerbe, the ' Hon J. i). Montgomery ami the Hon.; Geo. H. Walter. Members of the Hoard I of Fhosphate Commissioners?Gentle- j mep: It is a matter of regret to the Coosaw Mining Company that it has been found necessary, in order to protect their rights, to make any applica- j tion to the Courts, and that some ac- j commodate could not have been reached by which litigation would have j been avoided. They" have always de- j sired to live as law abiding citizens, i conducting their affairs on business onrl Qvf...

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 March 1891

I ThftF^'pfifild NewsandHerald. I PUBLISHED EVERY WKD.VMDA T j -y>YlNewo - and - Herald - Co. W. D. D'JUGL \S< ) J -VS. fcj. DAVIS. ) . TEltMx.j::; ADVANCE: I oar. -111. - - SI. 50 j %\x Monthi?, - - - - .jo j AD VKttTiSLW HATfJS, CASH: j v)uc dollar ;i s j i.ire fur the first inser> u ami lifry cents for each subsequent userlion rates for contract ad- j vertiscrs. Marria;?* and <leath notices free. iieguhir rates cruir^ l tor otdtuaries. Orders for Jol> solicited. WIXXSBORO, S. C. Wed lies lay. March 25 : : : 1891 | It is wished that the State will soon j procure that dore to herald the end of j this flood. Gkover Cleveland is said to be losiug sonic of his flesh, and consequently will be in goad trim for the presidential fight in 1S92. We haven't nse-1 shut sharpened pen".i! p?t awav to chronicle th<? organizitiju of a pjiz-i club and cannery ; at liidgeway. Ii is still read*, and ! It seems that new amendments and j new riders are added to the contract j every 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. — 25 March 1891

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday March 25. * : : : 1331 New Advertisements. Iv> Mi Chop?Ketchin & ' athca-t. The Best on Eirth -Ul\>se (i. Desportes. Wanted ?Hail ?& Crawford, Winusboro, S C. 0:icc More t<> 'he frVont?J. I). Mcf Carlev & Co. Books of Sub-crip'.iou?1!. Means Davis and Others. Corporators. Books of Subscription?T. W. Lauderdale ai;d Others, Bd.oi Corporat'r*. Uriels. ?The English sparrow i? here ngaiu. ?I have a family lior.-c and buggy for sale. J.Q.Davis. ?The Court in Chester refused to grant the motion for a new trial in the case against John Ford. ?Clerk Jennings reports the number fof agricultural liens tiled to date to be about equal to that of la<t year. ?Mrs. ill za Itag?da!e died at Col. ! Culp's, U'>*sv;ll??, on last Thursday i ^ and was buried it; the church \ard at ; that piacv. ?.Since .-cudinjf the ponsiou lis! j Columbia the Clerk ?t' Court lias re- ; ceired no information of interest to the pensioners. -The County Commission...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 25 March 1891

~ YiLE AMUbhMENTS. DR. TALMAGE ON THE WOEFUL EFFECTS OF THE MODERN! DP.-".;. It Distort* Ileal Life IVith Cr?utj"?*.s ct : Diseased Imaginations? Sr;;s:?* ISvrops ! and Heroines Unfitting t"?c V';u:!i of! <)nr Land for Honest Labor. Brooklyn*, March 15.? Dr. Tulmaye ireached the fourth of his scries of ser uons on the Plagues oi" the Cities" this morning. The sermon to-day is on Baleful Amusements." The text was II Samuel ii, 14: "Let the voting men now | arise and play before us." The follorning is substantially the ser- | r.on: There are two armies encamped by J the pool 01 (jrioeon. xne umt; imiii;> heavily on their hands. One army proposes a same ot sword-fencing. Nothing could be more healthful and innocent. The other army accepts the challenge. Twelve men against twelve men. the sport opens. But something went adversely. Perhaps one of the swordsmen got an unlucky clip, or in some way had his ire aroused, and that winch openly in sportfulness ended in violence, each one ...

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. — 1 April 1891

* - ' t . ? ? . " ... ?'W^ipr VOL. XLVI. WINNSRORO, S. G, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1891. NO. 33. | AN OLD IIKKO GONE. GEN. JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON! D.'ES SUDDENLY IN WASHINTON. Keoord of His Uistinjrcished Services? An Honored and Able Co tinier? Commissioner of Kiilronds Until Ke moved l>y Harrison. Washing von. March 21.?Gen. Joseph 9 E.Johnson died shortly after 11 o'clock I to-night at his residence on Connecticut 9 Arenue. The General has been suffer& ing for the past three weeks with an afi fection of the heart-, aggravated by cold F caught soon after Sherman's funeral at Xew York. His physician has been trying to keep up ius strength for some da'ys, but his advanced age has given little hope for his recovery from the beginning of his illness. The General did not seem to suffer in the least and was conscious to the last. At his bedside were ex-Governor McLain, of Maryland, the General's brother-in-law, and the nurse. The immediate cause of death was heart failure, ?? the result o...

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. — 1 April 1891

tsrrrr~rjyxzjres?*zzTvT? -r. . JJ. <_ iwci vjgaes IkbirU ksaailrali' PViSUiHKl) '<?VEiiY WEWSEUDA Y -!5VNews> - and - Herald - Co. *v. o n;.;:, vs-, , Ki;it?.rs. J VS. (_) I).Wis, ) TiltMx, 1.; AUVA.NCM : I car. .1 - - iix Mouths, .... .T.j av vvnnsi.w; cash >ii?? a s[.i.i:v :"??: i!:;* !:r. I > :i uii-i i;!iy t??;" ?uu.M-'jss?*iil ' i'u; cuijir.t<*i a I- i Vvlt.Sv!:.. M uriu a:: i r fwr. Kc^ui if r;itf . i:u.rifs. i vi.-tii*;*.-: f?r J ?'> '.Vwr.c > \vixnsbo:<o, s. c. Wednes.l iy. April 1 : : : 1S!?1 j Thk Italians do themselves injustice in alluding" to the Malm murderer-? as} "u.artyrs!" Thk Columbia Record will purchase ! a new outfit. It is meeiing with tie-1 served success. Tiikjck are those who can. and those ' wh > cannot. The former live in White i Oak and Winnsboro. Kttf-.r ,-'er hammering" "ii th-.: :;;ch j . 1 ?r the Columbia Centennial, :.ml it ; will be ( jvctcd after a while. What i.a- become >: tSnr war i * ;t! y | was :-0 lit : -? sn...

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. — 1 April 1891

i AL i.>! KLi.Ior,NCn. ^ Wednesday April 1. : : : 1??91 V.??. Land f >r Sale?J. K. Davi-s. There Wii; IJ* ?I). L;n !<:rda>. Keep Yoti- M - - Q. I). Wiii't*>rd ?fc 0>. Alliance I'i-.vv Shirceier?V?*. It. Doty & (.' >. Coiton S<*c(i?! iu 1'ais fi *id Oiland Ft-rii'iz 'r C . ? t s:. . *. ? The merchant* all report a good trade o;i Saturday. ? I c.i Aoi 1 I'.i -. ii ; ; <>n Slitirl rioiioe. J. Q DaVF.S. / ?The rainfall on Thursday afternoon and nigh' measured 1 70 indie*. ? Cii:' t <>: !\/.;or 'iiib i; ;> :??;:;iri OU duty aist-r a long aiul sev< re >;<.!! ut s?ckiie%>. ? W; e ghi.l o ii-ani that Mr. Jti:?. Cuiiu.ii: is jr, an-i v.r IliOjH' to mhs!i ? ? ?? him ou:. & K- cljin are improving ;Jit* :;ppi*uraticc ?<f t!ic in*iiic L of their d?\ gmils >io;i> by pain'itig ^ them. i ? Any one who lias not received a copy of the catalogue and premium list of the Fairfield Agricultural Socieiv, can get one by applying to the .Se...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 1 April 1891

AS OTHERS SEE US PREVARICATORS, FALSIFIERS. AND ?LA!N LIARS;. Poor Haiti.Nature Lashed L'.M!n?-e!rti? ]y?from Coct.tinx IIoou t" Sbop: frein Drawing Koo:u to Kitchcn: and Yet Nobody Deceit fd Tor Any! Leogth of Time. New York. March 22.?"The Plague of Lies" was selected bv Dr. Talniaire for the subject of the Jifth of his discourses on "The Plagues of These Three Cities," which lie preached to-day. Both at the morning service in Hrooklvu and at the evening service under the auspices of the Christian Ilerald in Xew York, the v?st buildings were not large enough to hold more than one-half the crowd who came to hear the sermon. His text was Genesis iii, 4: **Ye shall LLUL SUICIJ UHJ. That was a point blank lie. Satan told it to Eve to induce her to put lu r semi-circle of white, beautiful teeth, into a forbidden apricot, or plum, or peach, or apple. He practically ;a:d io her, "Oh, Eve I Just take a bite ot this and you will be omnipotent and onmiscent. You shall be as sods." Just the ...

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. — 1 April 1891

/ , SZ i t 1 ' ~g= TkeFairBeld News andHemld. S U "PPL K A r. Tl X ri1 PKINCIPI.ES ABOVE SUCCESS. Therotlore Roosevelt Extols Two Political Opponents, Senator Hampton and Representative Vargaa. [ Washington Letter io thr Jivxton Pvt. ] "Washington, March 17.?Therodore Roosevelt always admires courage, in a political opponent as av?11 as in a friend, and he paid a very warm tribute, in conversation with the correspondent of the /W the other day. to the manlv stand of Senator Hampton and Representative Parian against the wild notions cf the South Carolina farmers, who have driven them from power for their fidelity to their principles. Mr. Roosevelt said. "Two of the Democrats whose term of service ceased with the expiration of the 51st Congress lost their scats under circumstances reflecting such honor upon themselves that a political opponent may be pardoned for calling attention thereto. 1 refer to Senator Hampton and Representative Dargan OI OOUUl V/aruilIia.. it seems iv> i tha...

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