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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 8 April 1891

VOL. XLVI. WINXSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1891. NO. 34. ASYLUM MANAGEMENT, j : THE INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE MAKES ITS REPORT. Vnii TV-*;- of i In- l*;ii)i-r?1'inl Food?Tras- ! ~ * I dies Too I'rcqaent-Orosi ?2lisence | Charged -The Coveraor's Offer to the | Official. Columbia. S. C.. April 2.?The; long awaited report of the comm.ttee i appointed t > investigate the State Luna-; tic Asylum has at last been completed J and made public. The committee completed the report yesterday morning, afi ter something over a week's work, and the members have gone home for the present. As will be seen below, this report cr* the committee shows some disclosures of a surprising nature, and it is stated that they are la possession 01 worse ones. The preliminary report was handed to the Governor yes'.eruay morning, and iast evening he gave It to the press. II e was asked what action he would take in the mauer, and he said : '*1 expect to have such parts of the testimony as bear directly on th...

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. — 8 April 1891

? .T* y.-n-iifc v i ..ir.nrmiT. in rv mnrx fie Faffield Kews and Herald. I i ? : < 1*UiSLliHED E VERY WXbXEXDA Y ! < -?;Y? j ; 1 tNewo - and - Herald - Co. j, ... j W. D. lk>Uvyi?VJ>i, i V littitiu*. j J AS. DAVIS, ) i TERMS, IS Al>TANCiS: 1 ear. .... &I.20 j %ix HontUt, .... ,75 | I j AV VEltTHMiQ I!A TES, CASH: j. dollar a ?i-t.*.r? for tii-r tir*l irssrr> u and fifty cents fur each subsequent 1 Qserti.Sprci-il rates for contract ;ui- ; rertUiTs. Marr:.i ?H an.I frte. Ilejfuktr ntf'.t < i ?i>it aeries. r->r Job '-V-jiIc s,>licitM. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednes.Uy. April xi : : : 1HH1, What aboat Fairfield's arch at the Cen'einti*!? If vo'i riotrt believe th it the Our* I I don* atv daisies, j<t?t waleli "em at the j Ceneunial. al'uil m here and we luve li ul no I spring yet. We are looting f.r it ! iometim-: in August. Fairfield has haif a million :i- res' of j land, enough f ?r twensv thousand ! fU'trj of 'J&O acres each, giving ease I su. port ...

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. — 8 April 1891

j| U MJA L i XT i; i. . i GE SO E. I Wednesday April <;. * : : : io-ji jjHSib, Xeiv Advertisement". j||P What 1^ The U?e?D. Lauderdale. Cotton Gin-; lie-paired?J. M. Elliott. j J|j The Event ot 2S91?Q. IX Willi ford | ||| If Yon Xeed Anythii-g?Kelchin & j ||i||| Notice?A. V. Miiii:>?r, Schooi Com-i ||j|i|f missioner. This I- Our .Space? McMastcr,Iirice j & Ivetchin. - Once Mere to the Front?J, D. Mo- { ' Carley & (,' >. \ ? Geo. W. Crawford has placed a ; new *)>!! on a post at the jail corner. ?;w th-? absence of the pas- j lor, then* vvus no preaching in iku | A. Ii. ]'. Church on Sunday, k ?Q. 1). Willi i'oni & C?>. have ! ij? s-wung u !.r*::?{ new .-i?*rn to the breeze j la across the street in front of their Hose. . ?P ? D. Lauderdale is the fir.-t to call | ^ attention to the reduction in the piicej of ^ugar. Tlit-y sell lo pouu'Ia of j ggfc granulated sugar lor one dollar. 1 OA I |P| ?The 'I'hcimouieter regtsiereu ov |||f degree-at .-even o'eloc...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 8 April 1891

GLORIOUS EASTER MORS! ns TAI M Anr r>M TWC DTCI IPRPTTinN OF JESUS'*G2or to G?d in the Highest, and on | Earth Peace, Good TVill to Mr-n I"-? j Mortuary Iloners to the Diisul I'oo I Atonement for Neglect to the Living. Xew Yokk, March 29.?Dr. Talmage preached an Easter sermon to his two audiences to-day. Both at the morning service in Brooklyn and at The Christian Herald service in New York, in the evening, the Academies of Music were bright with a profusion of llowcrs. Easter lilies being conspicuous. A selection of music appropriate to the festival was beautifully rendared at each service. The text of the preacher's discourse was Matt, xxvii, G, "Come, see the place where the Lord lay." Visiting any great city, we are not satisfied until we have also looked at its cemetery. We examine all the styles oi cenotaph, mausoleum, sarcophagus, cr\-pt, and sculpture. Here lies buried a statesman, yonder an orator, here a poet, out there an inventor, in some other place a great philanthr...

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. — 15 April 1891

j^'i^ j^* >*^^i ^ / VOL. XLVI. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1891. NO. 35. STORY OF THE COOSAV,". THE FIGHT NOW 0N IN THE FEDE| RAL COURT Unexpected Aof t!i? Attorney General?X.itJ in;; Oat the hi.-ie* of flattic?The Argument of the Counsel I'ro and Con. I Charleston*, s. C., April 8.?i\irsuant to tlie order issued by Judge ""Simontoa in the United States Circuit Court on Tuesday, the proceedings 0Uj (the order to the Coosaw Company show cause why the receivership ere- j ated by the S*,ate should not be made | permanent were begun yesterday morn-j * mg at 11 o'clock. i The Court \va3 opened {or the prdin| ary business of the ter-* at 10 o'clock, , ,but little was done, a.r everybody was Waiting expectantly for the arrival of the hour when thc c<*use now so famous un the judi/^ annaJs of South Caro-j ?-.u be argued. The opposing I counsel appeared in Court a few min- j utes before 11, and takzng their seats j at the long table just in front of thy | clerk's desk quietl...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 15 April 1891

- v { jy j j | IMMiiMsaflGHrai.i PUBLISHED iC YKHY WEDyEJDA Y j \ -BY- j, Newo - and - Herald - Co. Is W. D. D JUtJI. VSS ; ! I > 5:?lir.;rs. J AS. DAVIS, ) TKK>IS, r.i A I> VANCE: \ eiir. - | Mx 3Xouths, .... .75 ! .1/; V/CZTIS/XG RATES. CASH: >Io!lar a s.ju.ne for tir*t i::si*r hi ami fifty cents-or each bubsequtvit nseniurt Special rates for contract advertisers. Marriage a:i'l tiiM'h tree. 1:?i!ar rates crr.ir^i'-i for obituaries. Orders fur Job r;tli<V:te;i. WIXNSBORO, S. C. J Weduosiliv April I ">. : : : 185U We are beginning1 to taste the sweets | of free trade?sugar at G? cents a pound. Gold is stiilj flowing outward, to Europe. Almost three million dollars were procured for export en Thu?*=-. ?v i two w: dav. i ft ' ~.i\vvfrs to clear I ' The waters of We print in la-da) 's issue a clipping announcing the death of Piiillip 1'. Pearson, formerly ot this county. Mr. [ Pearson has runny friends among our | readers whe rvill he s.?rrv to hear of his death. The...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 15 April 1891

Sjfctf-*-'* & ' yfriiji. S- . " . .** . ha?m aaaqflfta?a?i u a? ? we > L^t.JAL i M hi.i.lahMIb. W Wednesday. April 15. : : : 1891 New Advertisements. |i For Sale?A. Williford. Straw liats?Winusboro 1 Ioiel Bur. F We Have An Anist-D. Ltivierda!e. Paint?, Oil-*, Etc.? Winnsboro Drug Store. Notice?J. M. (iallowav and Others, Corporators. MeCorjiick H^rve^tin^ Machine ? J. F. M;'Masier Sc Co. I.vc.it Br Set*. ?"Win. Blair was not hung on Friday, his counsel haying appealed for a new trial. ?Comptroller General Ellerbe left for Columbia on Tuesday afternoon. He did not quite finish his work here, and left it with the Auditor to complete. ^ ?We are indebted to J. D. Mc rCarley & Co. lor some very mie Florida cabbage. They have six crate? in stock. Call early as tlier are sellinsr rapidly. k ?Mr. A. Willi ford is out to-day in a new advertisement in which he announces ihat he has a stock of horses, mares and mules that he will either sell or swap. Give him a call. ?D. Lauderdale...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 15 April 1891

PLAGUE OF INFIDELITY. ~ DR. TALMAGE DISCOURSES ON THE PREVALENT SIN. It Is Belter lor a. xl.tu to IJtli-vo G-. <2 Than i'jo ilutire liuiiiau II .< *? Great Men Think of thi: ?Arguments Ajjainst This I'lnjisc. Xew York, April 5.?Continuing Ills course of sermons o;i "The Tea i'lagues of the Cities," Iiev. J)r. Talmaire to-day took for Lis subject "The PJairue of Infidelity." The discourse was daiivered to large aud appreciative pudiences at the Brooklyn Academy of .Music in the forenoon and the -New York Academy of Mucsic in the evening. The text was Romans iii.: 4: "Let God be true, but every man a littr." That is if God says one thing anu the whole human race says the opposite. Paul would accept the divine veracity. But there are many in our time who have dared arraign the Aimighty for falsehood. In. idelity is not only a plague, but it is the mother of plagues. It seems Irom what we hc.%'- on all sides, that the Christian religion is a huge blunder, that the Mosaic account o...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 22 April 1891

It ' C ' ~ ' i, ^ I VOL. XLVI. : WIXXSBORO, S. G, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1891. NO. 36. ISOME ALLIANCE NEWS. " WH*\T THE GREAT BODY OF FARMERS lioih the Oltl J'artHs to be AliHiiilocftl? Direct St:<.tem;:it from :i Leadiii; Ollicial f?Tlie urcer to j;un? ?i> ? * ...... .. .... its own Candidates. Baltimore, April 15.?Ilcn. \V. F. Willets, of Kansas, the Itciurer of the National Farmers' Alliance, was in Baltimore yesterday. Mr. Willets has recently been at work in the interest of the alliance in Xew |||l Jersey, and came over from Washington on bis way to the eastern shore. He will address the local alliance ac |H. Royal Oak, Talbert county, this afternoon and will spend to-morrow with Mr. R. D. Bradley, the lecturer of the Maryland State "Alliance, at his resits dence, Linchester, Carroll county. Mr. "Wilietis is one of the alliance leaders and among the most conspicuous members of the movement. He was for a Ion<r time thoroughly uientih9 fled with the Kansas alliance In-fore...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 22 April 1891

MTBW1 IHTH Miirlil NeffsaodHerald. PUBUSEE11 EVERY WUDyZZDA Y -iiY? Newo - and - Herald - Co. W. 0. DOUvJL \SS, p ? Kditors. J AS. D WIS, ) TilUMS, IIV ADVANCK: I tear. .... SI.JO Six Moathii, - - - .75 ADVERTISING HATES, CASH: One dollar a square for the first insoro u and fil'tv cents lor each subsequent oserlioii Special rates for contract ad Marriage and death notices free. Regular rates charged for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, April 22. : : : 11591 Aftei: all tlie farmers will plant a bijj .crop. Many of the counties haTe begun work on their arch for the Columbia Centennial. What is Fairfield doing? Nothing ? The President's 0.000 mile swing can't help him. Very probably in ?92 this 9,000 mile swing will be iepeatcd, in a wholly different way though ? he wiii be swung 9,00-0 miles or mure trorn the White House?and Mr. Cleveland will be swung in. Wiiex it was a question whether any county intended to erect an arch " *"? at the Columbia C...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 22 April 1891

LOCAL I X!E', LICENCE. Wednesday. April $2. : : : lSi)l New Advertisement*. Everybody?F. W. Iiabenicht. We Off.-r You To-day?Ketchin & Cathcart. flow I)jt's This Strike Von?I). Lauderdale. Clothing end Millinery? Q. I). Willi ford & Co. Notice -W. II. Iiull* and Oilier?, Corporators. Style, Quality, Taste ? McNiaster, Brice& Kexhin. Iocs! JJrifts. ?Rev. J. R. McAlpine occupied the pulpit at the Praibyterian Church on Sunday. ?Summer is here in earnest, tie thermometer ranging fur the last lew days up in the eight vs. ?See what I). Lauderdale his to suv about the price of granulated sugar i:i their new advertisement. ?Mi*s Mary Rowe i> back at the store of J. M. Beaty vv Bro., where i she will be glad to see her friends. & ?There was a large trade in town p_ on Saturday. Oue cf our leading dry I goods and clothing stores reports salt's K amounting to over $50<>. | ?Mr. W. J. Shelton, of the Charleston World, paid our sanctum a flying visit on Thursday. Jake p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 22 April 1891

gjsreag^-r ' - PLAGUE OF CHIME. | DR. TALLAGE DISCOURSES CN LAW- j BREAKING Police Ileports of New York :tsd lirook j lyu More Sassestive Than Liaetfc's Iisferno? vVays Outlined in which Christians Should Work to Arrest This Plauue. e\v Voick. April 12.?Dr.Talmage, ia continuance of the course of sermous on '-The Tea Piagues of the Cities," today preached to large audiences in th e Brooklyn Academy of Music in the forenoon and The Christian Ileralu service at the Xew York Academy of Music in the evening, on "The Plague of Crime." "r'r- 1- ** "I?v-A/Ino rii 00 iie LOOK IUI Uli iiAWUUO .44, _v, "All the waters that were ia the river were turned to blood." Among all the Egyptian pla-rues none could have been worse than this. The Nile is the wealth of Egypt. Its fish the food. Its waters the irrigation of garden and fields;. Its condition decides the prosperity or the doom of the empire. What happens tc the Nile happens to all Egypt. And now in the text that great river is incarnadined....

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 29 April 1891

VOL. XLVI. WINNSIJORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1891. NO. 37. | .'s-^jC ?? . THE REGENTS REPLY. TO THE CHARGES OF THE LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE. The Testimony Suit! to be Ztliiinly That of Discharged 2?u?|>Ioye?s~The Charge of >CKleCt 01 juuiy oy me ?The Oaic?rs to Answer Separately. Colvmijia, S. C., April 23.?Bulow we givi the letter of the Board of Asylum Kegents to Governor Tillman In reply to the cnarges made against them by the legislative investigating committee. The letter speaks for itself: "To His Ex'.elleju.-y. Goc. 13. 11. Tillman : "The committee appointed t>y the Legislature in December last to examine into and report upon the condition anu management of the Lunatic Asylum, has completed its work, and made its report to the Chief Executive of the State. Inasmuch as this report brings several charges directly against the Board of Regents, we deem it proper in the outset to state the f act that t.hp. inmiisition was made by the com miltee without notice to us, wi...

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. — 29 April 1891

-?q cb ?ttku: ??gaaaot semi cgg?a aa l TlieFairfield NewsaodHerdsJ, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDXE3DAY -liY? iNewo - and - Herald - Co. H' 'J. IK>L"GLi\SS, } / Kditors. J .VS. i>. DAVIS, ) TJSKH", IX ADVAXCK: 1 ear. .... SI.50 *lx Moutii?, .... .75 AD VEKT1SIXG liATE.< CASH: ?J:h' dollar a square for the tirst inser?u atui fifty cents for each subsequent i ??<*?r?u>n rat??< for font ! vertlsers. Marria;t? an;' ik-.u li n?>t:ci.sfree. lCe^ular r;it*\s c.Kir^t*-.! lor ?>i?itu;iries. j Orders tor Job Work WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, April 29. : : : 18H1 j Ji:ix;e Simoxtox sa\s, "I hurt-jurisdiction of the Coosaw ca^;" while Judge AKIrich savs, "No, I have juris-1 diction.'" The Columbia Press Club has kindly procured rooms for the newspaper men of the Slate in which they can do I their writing during the Centennial.' Tht*>e ei'UrtiVie* are highly appreci- j aud. j It seems to be uncertain whether | Parucll has married Mrs. O"Shea's j daughter, or will marry the old la...

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. — 29 April 1891

^ ~"" " m New.Auvertiseme nt*. pr Notice?I. X. Withers, Clerk. lieceived on Salurdax?D. L-uuk-r* dale. 5/.c:u 2?: u ;s. ?Tiie raiuf??i o:i Thur>day nigh; wus one inch. -lie ad what thy Miuirjudtircrs j tRtcord has to say ubi ill the railroad in to-day \> ia.siit.-. ?The committee on the Industrial , School have hail a aiming and goi e lo wo IK. rvrrcjj uiu van lunn^. Il| ?Tlic Couucii have procured a new pole tor the weather signals to replace R the one iutelv broken off by the wind. ' ?Mr. John Brown who recently I under*; unt a severe operation in the removal of one of his eyes is again able I to be on she street. ?The County Board of School Examiner? were in session on Friday in the Court House examining applicants lbr teacher's certificates. ^ ?The "Winnsboro Drug Store re-1 B ceives new music for the phonograph i every Friday. It will play a new piece every day in the week. ?XJ. JUaUi'.'jriKUu itiiuuuu^co I.J iv- j day's issue the errival on Saturday of; a new lot of mill...

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. — 29 April 1891

DP,. TALLAGE S SERMON."] SAVING WISDOM COMPARED TO A ! | PERFECT CRYSTAL. Kelljjion Superior to a Crystal in Exact- i nes*, la Transparency. in Symmetry I and in Beauty?Souis of Sinner* the j Crystallization of Mercy. New York, April 10.?The eagerness to hear Dr. Talmaize's sermons at the Christian Herald services on Sunday evenings in this city continues unabated. As usual there was this even-' ing a dense mass of people waiting out-1 ~ " * - " **-_? 1 t/ _ rv I side tiie Academy 01 .music long ueiurc the hour for commencement and every seat in the huge building was occupied in a few minutes after the doors were opened. Dr. Talmage had preached to an immense audience in the mornimr in the Brooklyn Academy of Music. His text was: "The crystal cannot euual it" Job. xxviii: 7. Many of the precious stone ot the Bibies have come to prompt recognition. But for the present I take up the less valuable crystal. Job, in my text, compares saving wisdom with a specimen of topaz. An iniidel che...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 6 May 1891

* \;4^W ___ ? ? - . > =================================^^ ? = VOL. XLYI. WIXXSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1891. NO. 38. ? ; ? ?-? >>Vaw DR. GRIFFIN'S REPLY TO THE CHARGES OF THE INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE. UDjaBtly Conde;i.n<d Upon an cx-x>arte Investigation?Ke Has SeeH but Lttle of the Testimony, and Makes a General Reply to General Ch:xrjres. Columbia, S. C., April 30.?The reply of Dr. Griflia to the committee of inquiry has been submitted to the board of regents of the Lunatic Asylum and a copy was sent to The News and Courier Bureau this evening, k Dr. Griffin begins by stating the conditions under which the testimony conv cerning him was taken, as follows: f The committee sat with closed doors r in the rooms of the board at the Asy lum. Of their proceedings I had no knowledge at that time, except from the fact that most, if not all, of the officers and attendants, some of the patients and a few former employees were examined on oath. During the examination I was ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 6 May 1891

?" " ' r M V J IT, I.I ! iiieMifiiiiiiiiitinM.i i # PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY j -1>T? 1 Tt_r m _ r.n ! IN G Wo ?aiici? j W. y. D-JL'GL IS-, ) / Kilitors. J A-S. Q. DAVIS, ) TEK.HS, I-< ADVANCE: lea:*. - SI.50 Six jloulh^i, - - - - .7J j Al: YEHTISIXG HAT EH, CASH: j ?.Ji:e dollar square for tj;e first iuser on am! fifty cents for each subsequent nserlion Special rates for contract advertisers. Marriage ami death ru-tiees//ve. Uegular mt>s cnarge.l for obituaries. Orders for J o'o >Yor:c suiiciceo. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday. May 0 : : : Joiix 1^. Sullivan savs that lie can i go to Congress if he wished it. If it! is true lie has only to wish it, it is j hoped that he will not wish it. Vt? o>i At tlni ftountv nat>ers are i still talking of the Industrial School | ? fur women, and trying to sret their re- | spective towns to pnt in bid* tor it. i Some ?1* these towns are abont to get some raIIroj.il*, and ther say that the j school would pay better than the rail- j r...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 6 May 1891

Fam-rry -ram "i.- ram ni"m~r i it Wednesday, Hay 0. : : : 1891 New Ailvertiscmeiit>. Lemons?.T. F. McMaster & C?>. Ladie>, Especially ? \V. E. Aiken. IJcport?I. X. Wither?, Treasunr. The S. C- Medical Association -W. Pevre Porcher, Recording Sec. li l.rifis. Dr. W. E. Aiken announces a full line of toilet articles. Give him a call. ?The interior of MeMastcr, Iiriee ?fc Ketcliiirs drug store is being treated to a coat of paint. ?The scholars ot Mis* Kale (Jbears .school cnjo} ed a picnic on Friday at Mr. Jas. Stewart's place. ?The down passenger train was delayed several hours o;i Saturday by an accident to iiie locomotive. ?Mr. T. K. Elliott had Irish potatoes of this year's growth from his own garden for dinner on Thursdav. * ?The president of the Iiidgeway Improvement Company has received its Charter from the Secretary of State. r ?Seme decided improvements aie being made by Mr. J. D. McUarley on the curbing on Main Street in front of his stores. ?The up-passenger tra...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 6 May 1891

STONES THAT SPEAK. I DR.TALMAGE PREACHES IN THE NEW TABERNACLE. The Law. Sacrifice and Gospel Symbolized by Rocku F:->m Sinai, Calvar> and Mars Hill?An Karthly House for -Taomc?TTKot: thft Ph'.iri h M 3Sf? Brooklyn*, April 20.?Sermon oi Rev. T. De Witt Talmage in the Xew Brooklyn Tabernacle on Clinton avenue this evening, the building having been dedicated in the morning at 10.30. A great union meeting in which clergymen of all denominations of Christians participated was held in the afternoon. Sis thousand persons were present at each of the services and many thousands were turned away. Text: kiWhat means yt by these stones?" Joshua iv, 6. The Jordan, like the Mississippi, has * * ? ? ?j (ko Dions on tae one siuc auu uau uu tug other. Here and there a sycamore shadows it. Here and there a willow dips into it. It was only a little over waistdeep in December as I waded thro;igh it, but in the months of April and May the snows on Mousl Lebanon thaw and flow down into the valley,...

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