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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 10 June 1891

P UH A is UED E J 'Eli Y Y/EDNESDA Y -SYivewo - and - Herald -Co. w. 'j. i) \s>,; Krfiturs. J VS. $ DAVI-S, ) TKKUS, IX AUVAXCi;: jc.tr. .... Six .... ,7.1 s*f. . ai: v;-;nTisL\ff ha t/ :.<, cash: \ * M:e dollar :i sijuajc for the first :nscii !i ami liftv cents for each subsequent ii^ert'ion Special rates for contract advertis;*s." M an;! death noticesfree. ^iJ?}Iui;tr r.itws cruir^;;.l 1W obituaries. Orders for Job Work sioinnted. WIXNSBORO, S. C. Wediusd:iv. .June 10, : : : loDl What about those warehouses? Xow is the time to plant cow pea?. If you haven't any spare land, try sowing in corn when laitl by. For fattening horses and making milk nothing is better than pcavine hay. Although not farmers we are authority on this subject for we have tried it, and know whereof we speak. Ai.uF.r.x. Prince of Wales, seems to h:.ve been a. little *-too intimate" with certain irregularities around a gaining: table recently, which has caused his Highness to appear as a witness in the cou...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 10 June 1891

p I V LOO A L i N'iE i. i. I rj t.N (J r,. Wednesday. June 1<>. : : : l<"vl MAIL COLLECTION-S Lot!( :.> \vl:I !>e Ci'iUo(::eil from The letter a! lo and 0 p. tn. tlv.iiy. N Ait vert School J. C. '1 hvi'i!, Chairman. L -f:i' iSr-?*:s. ?Trade was not us bi.u" oa Saturday :i< some of our Merchants hoped for. ?li. M. Ilucy has been appointed by Gor. Tillman a notary public for South Carolina. ?The attendance on Court is unusually small. This is a good sign, showing our farmers are working. ? ilr. S. 1J. McDowell, <>f Itidgcway, ft-il u!id sprained Si!? ai;Ulo bat:iy o: ?v"ed:!0.-day. lie will be inid i;p for several da; s. ? A gentleman in town had for dinner on Tuesday among other things . peach pic made from this year's fruit grown in his yard. ?Mr. J. A. Grisby, ot Kershaw, i iiiicl MiA?U;ie Baxter, of Bivthc-j wou*!, v?ere married on Taesiiav bv ! the Rev. M. \Y. * look. ; 1 ?The Hying jenny hns gone and there are many who are sorry, par-1 ticularly the old m...

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. — 10 June 1891

F TABERNACLE PULPIT. I i f REV. DR. TALMAGE'S SERMON fiOR ME- I MORIAL DAY. "I Will Say to tho Noith, C*:ve L ?>, au<: I the South; Keep Not liack"?Isaiah xJiil, 6, the Text?A Notable Discourse. Bjrooklyn, May 31.?yesterday Lav- i: mg been observed as Decoration Day, j Dr. Taimage this morning preached an appropriate sermon. It was a novel and j unprecedented service, as' in different | parts of the audience were many of those j who had belonged to both Federal and i Confederate armies, the subject having ' been previously announced, namely, j "Two Garlands for Northern and South- j era Hraves." ?jver me yuiyimcicmu i wreaths of beautiful flowers, and they-j were linked together, stf that they were j an object lesson lor the subject present- j ed. Text: Isaiah xliii, G?"I will say to the north, Give up, and to the south. Keep not back.?' Just what ray text meant by the north and south I cannot say. but ?n the Vnited j <totos the twn words are so v>olnt blank ; in their m...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 17 June 1891

SfM'' "-vi"'jlj* " # VVOL. XLVI. WINN8BORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1891. NO. 44. j . CAST THEM OX THE LORD. CHRIST WILL HELP YOU BEAR YOUR HEAVY BURDENS Dr. Titluiusft Preaches an Eloquent Sermou That A i>peats to the Busirea* Man, the Invalid, the Mourner and to All liUIKHUiiy. Brooklyn, June 7.?It is no new tlnnii to the members of the Brooklyn Tabernacle church to have their pastor's eminence cknowledged by the outside leg world. Bat even they must have been K gratified by the distinction conferred V upon him since last Sunday. In listeuggBHR ing to Dr. Talmage to-day, they were V listening to the chaplain of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of fJMas?acnuseil5, iu nuitu uwtc uc noo formally Installed with due ceremony on June 1. The organization, which is two hundred and fifty years old, and the lineal descendant of an English organization dating back to the beginning of the Sixteenth century, has had many distinguished divines as chaplains, and ths honor has al...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 17 June 1891

Tise Fairfield ^ewsaidilerald.! i -? p!<nhd vkry wzdsxsda r | -liYiNewo - and - Herald -^Co. n\ \s>, t - Kit itors. .5 vs. Q. DAVIS, ) ti;ii'ik adva.nck: - - - - $ 1.5 0 | - - . A1) V K-u I 'I.i / y& UATb'<, CASH: 'lie <!.>!!ar :i square for the first iitser>n a:i.l fifty cents for cacli subsequent iisertioii Special i::tfs for contract advertisers. .M^rria^f an 1 death n<>;iiv.>free. Kf4ul.ii" fitt-'S c.nr^-.! for oliituaries. Onl;'rsf?r.iv>!j Worn solicited. WIXNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday. June 17. : : : lf.nl Mi:. Owkn*. the Alliance candidale t'.?r Governor ot Mississippi, is said to be our and out opposed to 1 he MibJieasury scheme and fiat money theory. -- 'ILgl t ?:11 i :nV 1 I j>kxatou im;.\i.i.5 wjii ?i iiu i--jv word* u week for the Xcw York Truth a; a >a'arv of $25,000 a year. If the Truth iia? a similar place vacant we j will consider a proposition. Now tiiat ail Europe seems 'o be ' gro<vi?i?r more favorably inclined to i mone izui...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 17 June 1891

r Wednesday. June 17, : : : 1Si> 1 lr-frr-r hoxf.s nl :>.l."> and 0 !). in. daily. I New Advertisement*. BoCrWux ? \Y . h. Aikei:. I Take Pleasure?S. 5. \Vo!le, Agt. Something N v \v ? Winnsboro Drug ::t :i S;icrili.:e--Muc:iulay & ?Cotton is still going down, August selling at S.2-S. ? Mr. J. S. Connor is .-o far recovered a> allow liim to be at his store on Monday. ?l)r. W. E. Aiken i< bad off for beeswax. lie wants all in the county. | Read his advertisement. ?Silas Paulding, ^aid his tine and saved the Slate the expense of boatd-. i:ig him fur three months. ?We enj >yed the ice cream sent us j y the ladies of the Episcopal Church j n Fi ldav cveuinT. and they have our [ hanks. ?Just received. :i large lot of Ma- j J ou's Improved Fruit Jars, in quart and half gallon sizes at the Winnsboro Drug Store. * ? One of the penitentiary guards j came up on Friday and escorted Lizzie j Heath at;d Jane Rosborough to the j penitentiary. j ?Dr. J. C. l'uchauau is having...

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. — 17 June 1891

' THE ALLIANCE GROWING. ] HOW THE FARMERS LOOK UPON THE PEOPLE'S PARTY. At Anomalous Situation?The K> formers j are iu Yet Out of a Third I'ar^v Move- j I meat?President I'olUV J'?rxoB;tl Views . ?Growth ol the Order. New Yoi:k, June 8.?Col. L. L. ('oik, the president of the Alliance, has furnished for publication the following statement of his views of the political situation and of the Third Party movement. He speaks, he says, not for the A 1Y? amaa V\nf no ft-n . .'XxJlclLiUC, uut ao an uiuitiuuai. "The friends of reform throughout the country can have no quarrel with the Cincinnati Conference. Its action was a surprise to the public generally. There was a general apprehension in the public mind that a body so heterogeneous in its character and representing so many phases of political thought ,-v.. 1,Q oa hcirniArtinnc rvr fiAJTlA UVUiU liuif WC OVJ- iiCii. uiUiuv/uj w*. geneous in its action. "The partisan press especially was profuse in dire prediction in this direction, but...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 17 June 1891

r SANDERS, HAHAEAN & CATHCABT, \ ATTORSEYS-AT - LA \\\ ! WIXNSBOKO, S. fc\ Praeticee in al the btute and United j Sates Courts S^fOfifice formerly occupied by the Into j Jas. H. icion. j JAS. GLENN McCANTS, ATTO R X E Y - A T-LA W, Xo.l LAW KANGK, WIN NSBOK0, S. C. tSTPractices in tiie State and Uuitf.l j states Courts. . A. S.&W. 1>< DOUtiLiSN, ATTORNEYS: AND COCXSELLOKS3AT LAW. No. 6 Law Range, W I N N S B O E (>, S. C Practice in the Slate and United Statvs Courts. E. 15. Eausuale. G.W. RA?SDALE. I RAGSDALE & It AGS DALE, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, ;no. 'J .Law nange, WINNSBORO, S. C. H. A. GAILLAKD, ATTORNE Y-AT-L A W, WIXXSBORO, S. C. Office up-stairs over J. >L Beaty & Bro.'s store. fit Carefully! V Ilflrorla Wicnhr I IM'lUl' HlOW-i u let Proioptlv! T I-I K M U T U A L ! LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY I OF ISiEW YORK. EICHRD A. McOURDY. President j ASSETS, - . S13G,401,328.02 I SURPLl'K. - 9,657,248.41 j THE OLDEST, LARGEST, STRONGest, Best Compauy i...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 24 June 1891

^ . .>.- . - - - -.."i - , ' ' ' r-:^vI x ? ;~j?>, VOL. XLVI. WINNSBOKO, S. G, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1891. NO. 45. I - -l^?a TADIAlfK OX THE CREEDS. HE GIVES HIS OPINION IN ANSWER TO Tv'ANY QUESTIONS. ^atun Hinv.ielt I* th<- Chitl ln?ti;:aJor of tlie Controv?-i!?> Now iu Many Churches ami X:tri>fi?t Work for Christ Is the Ktinedy. Brooklyn, jut.e- 14.?Dr. Talmage dealt in Lis stinion this morning with | the very t'.meiy topic?the Battle of, | Creeds. After so long and exhaustive t a discussion in clerical circles and iu the secular press there seemed nothing more i to be said on the subject. Dr. Taimage, however, has his own way ot looking at all subjects, and eve:, people who thought' they knew all that could be said on both j sides received light from the Iresh and j original contribution which he made to the controversy. IIis text was taken from Proverbs xxvi, 17. "He that passeth by and meddleth with strife be- j longing not to him is like one that taketh j a dig by...

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. — 24 June 1891

" > fteiilKiiiil.'; : PUBLISHED E VERY WKVXESDA T \ -by- J iNewo - and - Herald -JCo. I' w. '_>. Dort;i.\ss,) > Kditurs. -i \ s ; ) n \ v is S TKi:>IS, ik ADVAXCK: \ .... SI.IO Sit .... .75 j i) vuivnsixo hates, cash: dollar a square for the first inser- ( ?!i lifty cents for each subsequent iii=;*rti:>:i rates for contract advertisers. Marriage and death notices free. weuu'.ar rates e^arued tor obituaries. O.deiS for Job \Vortc solicited. I , WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday. Juue|2i, : : : lOUl SlPF.RlSTKXDEXT OF EDUCATION' Mayfiki.d has not fully explained the Thackston circular letter. It certainly : demands an explaustion. What a travesty 011 justice tint trial | of Jones in Lexington County was. ; It' there is one thing above another j that we need in South Carolina it is a better enforcement of the law. When and how will we get it. Tiik third part\ is receiving a great dea! of attention from ih; country prvs-s. Very litrle is said about it in this county, and we beli...

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. — 24 June 1891

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday. June 2-k : : : 18^1 MAIL COI-LKCTIONS, Letter* will he collected from the letter boxes at 3.15 and 9 p. in. daily. New Arfvcrtiscmcntt. Frail Jars?Winnsboro Drug Store. v Notice to Creditors?Jtio. J. Neil, Referee. Now. Or In Jniy--McMasti r, IJrice ?& Ketcbin. A Political Scene cm Congress Street ?Q. D. Williford & Co. Administrators Xotico ? \V. Davis Douglass, Administrator. i.t.rm !?rit'{s* ?Mr. Jas. M. Stewart brought us a cotton biouui Monday morning. ?A carload of watermelons passed through town on Saturday ?;oiug North. ?Cotton is stiil declining; better - ,u..! let Inc grass capi ure sojne i?uu men make hay. ^ ?Sheriff Milling is getting uneasy for ft-ar he may have to hang some one j before Jong. ?The first cotton bloom of the season was sent to our oflkx oi Saturday, the j SOt1, inst., by ill*. J. D. Lyles. jiac of oar citizens at. ^ed the picnic at Union Church 011 irday. ^ They report having had a very pleasant j time. JL,. X'. Ul ...

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. — 24 June 1891

THE CONVICT QUESTION. ! TESTIMONY WHICH GOES TO SHOW THAT THEY WERE BADLY TREATED | C. E. Wheeler, "Who Elad Charge of the j Convicts, Gives Some Testimony Which iiefiects Gravel j on the Penitentiary Authorities?An Investigation In Order, Columbia, S. C, June 13.?The State of this morning publishes the following letter: As the convict question is up, please give space in your valuable columns to a few words 1 have to say about the treatment of convicts at my different railroad camps under Superintendent Lipscomb and under Superintendent Talbert. I have had charge of convicts camps under both of them. I hope The State's correspondent at Sumter will not implicate me with Su * ? j oo /iflniolc r*f hie ptriii Leuuciiu laiuciu utuiuw v*. u.v . .-port. They only point I corrected was that of the dead convict, and what, I had to say was to the Board of Directors. I never denied that the convicts were barefooted. 1 never disputed the fact that the convicts starved all day at Sumter. After ...

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. — 24 June 1891

i TkFairfield Newsandflerald, SUPPLEMENT. GROWTH OF THE SOUTH. The Industrial Development in the AYeek Ending June 13. There are no unusually large enterprises to be reported as organized during the past -week 111 the Southern States, hut the everage has been well sustained. The very encouraging crop reports now being received, resulting from the plentiful rains of the past few dars warrant the assertion that j the industrial outlook for the South i never was brighter. The Tradesman, Chattanooga. Tenn.. in its weekly review for the week ending June 13, reports 36 new industries, 6 new buildings, 9 new railroads, 2 extensions of railroads, and 1 street railroad. Among the most important new industries as reported to the Tragesman, are the following: brick works at "Waterloo. Ya.. with $100,000 capital; a carriage factory at Dallas, Tex.; cotton mills at Cherry rille, X. C., and LaFayettc, Ga.; development . companies at Nashville, Tenu., Peterborough, Virginia, and Middleborough, Ky....

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 July 1891

VOL. XLYI. WINXSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 1. 1891. NO. 46. | AT THE TABERNACLE. ; I DR. TALMAGE PREACHES ON VARIOUS i I KINDS OF PRODIGALS. 1 The Crew 1h;il Was Almost Saved?'The , Far<loo?d criminal? ? uc uuuij I That Leadeth :< K?-i>eutance. M Brooklyn*. June 21.?Dr. Talmage's : W-*' ' ser ion this morning was an appeal to 1 I youni; men. lumbers of these come to , L the Tabernacle services, many of them ^ from country homes, where they re" ceived Christian training, which, in the j temptations of city lite, has been cast i off. Dr. Talma-.-e ca:lcd his sernon "Tha Wnm?sick Suul." and his text was I from the parable ot the prodigal son, I Luke xv, IS, "I will arise and go to my I, father." I There is nothing like hunger to take A the energy out of a man. A hungry man can toil neither with pea. nor hand, nor ] W foot. There has been many an army defeated. not so much ior lack oi ammunition as for lack of bread. It was that -v fact that took the lire out of this young B ...

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 July 1891

r -f mi n > 1 i it i IT ill iiierairneifl i\ewsaDQiieraia. m PUBLISHED EVERY WED* EX DA r | -BY? Nevvo - and - Herald -\Co. W. l>. DOUGLASS, f [ Kilitors. J AS. q. DAVIS, ) TElt.US, IX ADVANCK: tear. - - - SI. 50 Stx Moutlis. .... .7.1 AD YEKTISISG RATES, CASH: ? |\>ue ilwllar a square fur the lirst inser ? u and fifty cents for each subsequent >usertiuu .Special rates for contract adVertisers. . -Marriage and death notices free. j glfegalar rates charged for obituaries. Orders for Job Wort solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, July 1, : : : 18til j The New York Press miys that England swallowing Wales heads off the ^ Jonah epiiode. Wo believe it doe*. ! What is the matter with the Charleston Worhl anyhow? Can it be that the hot weather has unsettled its political j equilibrium? I) has gone to monkey- j in? with Edison's kinetograph, and j the nnhlie with its discoveries. i It. didn't take any such scientific instrument f?i Thk News and IIkuvldIo re:;d the coui^e of eve...

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 July 1891

L.r'-Zr< - tma?mbo?aaaowaaagi ancsi on rrrrf e?b i/.i C A i j i -N T KLLl j EN (J E. Wednesday. July 1. : : : 185H r.MAlI- COLLECTIONS. Letters wi:i be coSIec-ed rroin the letter b??.\L-s atl.r> and 0 r>. ui. daily. Nc\v Ailvertiseinfiit*. Ilef.dac'ic? W. E. Aiken. Notice?A. Y. M:!iiiiv. S. (\ K. (' I'mviilw 1* .r lit.* W i 1 I*."?.1. M. Keaty A: l?ro. The List c?f liargains -MacauJar & Turner. ?"*? I. JSriciN. ?Some of the merchant report a lurjre easn iraue on .?;uunia) . ?? ? We :egret to ;earn that Mr. A. J. f N IIa::ii;t'>:i, of White 0*k is (pile iii. j ?Mr. W. W. Ivetchiu lost a vulu- , able mule '?ii> week. C ui.-e of il-. ath j ?The postoliiee has been removed i one door w*e>i of the room formerly ST occupied by it. ?We are indebted to the Ne?v Ycrk Kackct Si >re lor a tine watermelon on j ??& Friday. It was a treat. * ?Cott >n bluoiui continue to come ' ?to this Mr. J. C. Harrison brought us tKo on Saturday. ?Two cotton blooms were sceeived ...

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. — 1 July 1891

f / ^ picture. Had his picture took. " Have It done, cf coarse." says I, ' Just the way you l">ck (All dressed up, he was, tor tho Barbecue and jubilee . The C:d Settlers belt.) So beLast fie had It took. Lide she'd coaxed and begged and pleau, Sence her mother went; But he'd cough and shake his head At all argyment; Mebby dear his throat and say: ' What's my likeness 'mount to, hey. Now, with mother gone away j From us, like she went?" But we'd projick'd round, tell we Got it flggcred down How'd we'd git him, Lide and me, Drivin' into town; i Braggea now weii ne looicea, ar.a ne^nea Up around the race, and freshed With the morning air; and bresbed His coat-collar down. t j All so providential: "Why, Now he's dead and gone, ' Picture 'pears so lifelike I i Want to start him on ' Them old tales he ust to tell And old talks, so sociable. And old songs he sung so well 'Fore his voice was gone: | Face is sad to Lide, and they's J Sorrow in the eyes? | Kisses it sometimes, and lays It...

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 July 1891

IW. D. MOOIiE, Treasurer. C. E. SPEXCER. Carolina IT A KG EST BUILDERS in the SouMi Lj use these goods ? 1. Because they are made of linest in 2. Because they are unsurpassed in s Because they are made by Southe South lor Southern Folk*. Southern our way to strength. Everv job-Carriage. Phaeton, Surrc I PERFECT SA Our agents arc authorized to guaram ship or material. INSPECT AXI) 1 Remember, the greatest economy is j of clothes is high ai any price. For sa IVonriM/M* Winnsbaro \Va<?on Work I; CAROLINA Cotton Seed, Cotfr Ferti w E have closed down our Oil Mill, ITT to uuy seeu ior casu, ur e.wiwn jp In comparing' the value of ootu " iev.e. Prof, llilgard, of Mississippi, ^pecidlly when previously 'heated' or bly the least effectual mode of employ for a variety of reasons, of which the i hull constitute very serious obstacles t< promotes decay, and of the rootlets se< that when the seed is used in such a these obstacles. It may lie in the soil change; we shall find the hull a...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 8 July 1891

m ' -^111 ___ ?- M . . ? n VOL. XLVI. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1891. NO. 47. | ASTRAY BUT RECOVERED. DR. TALMAGE PREACHES ON THE NECESSITY OF A REDEEMER. Beauty, l'athus and Couifort Found in the Fifty-third Chapter of Isaiah?How and Why Men antf Sheep Oo Astray. I Whosoever Will, Let Him Come. Brooklyn, June 2S.?Dr. Talmage's ! sei raon to-day is of so decidedly evan- | gelical a character as to prove conclu-: sivelv that while so many eminent preachers of the day are drifting away from the old Jashioned Gospel he remains firm in the paths of orthodoxy, r His subject is "Astray, bui Recovered," and his text, Isaiah lii, C: "All we like 1 sheep have gone astray: * * ' and the Lord hath laid on him the iniquity of us all." ^-?r*ttmrnniefcy vears at the longest all j ' wbo hear or read this sermon will be in j ot^rnif-v. Durin<? the next fiftv vears i you will nearly all be gone. The next ten years will cut a wide swath among the people. The year 1891 will to some be 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 July 1891

DSPh ?.' w Tlie FairfieM "News and Herald. I > . V J i"JBLl\<UED EVERY W SDN EH DA Y -BY? Newo - and - Herald -|Co. | _ i *V'.J3. DOUiiL VS5, ) : ? > KdiUrs. .j*s. <?. D.WI.S; ) TUKMS, IX ADVANCE: tour. .... si.; O j ?lx Montiii, - - - - .75 1 ? 1 . , .J.D YKHVISING RATES. CASH: j " wW:i"fe'dollar a square for tli? first iascr- i ona^jd .fifty .Ceuts for each subsequent ! usertiou .Special rates for contract ad- j rertssers. Marriage and death notices fret Kejcular rates chared for obituaries. j Orders for .Job Worfc solicited. * " i ; winnsboro, s. c. i Wednesday, July 8, : : : 18fl | We prefer to have used a correct; * -and-good metaphor in speaking ot j i '"""the' lamp of truth," though ?tis :i little | antique, than to. have spoken of the I ??jS^' ~ ."^thetics of journalism" instead of; "as?* the eih:es of j inrnalisin. This is i 'fine! Brother, did yon originate this , .#'^v ^ ^ rnt . poeuc ngnre.' i ?rre ?> ucuu.um ( more poetry in it, than justice in the ..char...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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