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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 8 July 1891

1,OOAL INTELLIGENCE. ! Wednesday. July 8. : : : 1891 MAIL COLLECTIONS. Letters will be co!Iec!ed from the I letter boxes at o. 15 and 9 p. m. dally, j New AUvertisenaejJt*. Imparled Goods, Etc. ?F. W. Habe liicht. Citation?S. It. Johustou, Jurt^e ot Probate. Summons ?Henry X. Obear, Plain- i AflntMU?v_ _ Election of Teachers- J. C. Cald-j well, Chairman. - .. v . ....... Notice to Creditors?Ja*. (*. Mc: Cants, Referee. .. _ * Ir cr*i 1 r ?r?. " ?The County. CotnmUsioi ers were in ses>ion on Monday. . ?There seems to be an improvement in the cotton market. . Some was sold here oh Friday at 7? cents. ?Railroad traffic was heavy on the 4th. Conductor Sprinkle collected ooy tickets between Charlotte ancl I^ockton. ?Tobins Kennedy, a well known colored of the Iioreb neighborhood, diet! recently it? the fiftieth year .^of his age. - ?The large front of thes ^toi-e of " Q. D. Wiiliford & Co; was- tastefully decorated witK T"nited Stales' Sags on "VttlttlUflV.- ? ? ?Perisiouersare no...

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. — 8 July 1891

TiiiH AiLi-AM'ii b b'i'AiM). PRESIDENT STOKES TALKS OF THE NEW PEOPLE'S PARTY. j Ifce Alllaace VTiil Not Eadors? If; but | Democratic Leaders Must Pay More At j tention to Alliance Demands?The Mat- J ter of Candidates Must be Considered. i Orangeburg, S. C\, June 20.? Ever since the thir-I part}- was promulgated there has been a certain account of curiosity thoughout the state and elsewhere as to how Dr. J. W. Stokes, nr^Qulpnt. nf ihft South (Carolina State i Alliance, stood on the matter. This curiosity has amounted to anx- j iety and every once and a while some J one of the state's weekly journals comes | out with the great question of the hour: j k,How does the president of the Alliance stand on the third party question?" To satisfy these papers and the public generally, your correspondent visited President Slokes at his office yesterday and asked his views concerning the third, or people's party. Dr. Stokes seemed perfectly willing for a chat, and what he had to say I give as f...

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 July 1891

a-* VOL. XLVI. WINNSBORO, S. C, WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1891. NO. 48. RF GOSPEL OF THE WEATHER, is a mail who ha I DR. TALM aGE PREACHES ON THE cannot stand the COMPLAINTS A30UT THE RAIN- ??ust have a clot 1 ium. The Wonderful Imagery of the Book of ^ the SUDS out plenty of sui Job-How the Study of It Haa Made wavS have enOU Weak Mew Into Infidels?Never Wade j Ships meet in mi I cmnir to Southai o a Mystery Over Voui Head. COmiUiT to Xew 1 J^vpeople believe. The weather rain5 and there is is a common object of complaint and out for a field exi fault finding, but Dr. Talmage finds a er that will sui gospel in it. which today he proclaims pleasure excursii From the text, "Ilath the'rain a father?" take one dollar c , Job xxxviii, 28. company. Tkei I This Book of Job has been the sub- the universe I ject of unbounded theological wrangle, provide the-right I Men have made it the ring ra whk-h to work}. ''Haiti t P display their ecclesiastical pugilism. G0D is i2;finit .. ii..t TJ/v/iV InK 1...

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. — 15 July 1891

'? - ^ TT ' >. .^4-rf?orr-ir>Tiiiriw i UTTVI r ' ?' IJ V J If ! ! hypnotist flie ^iiniek kwsant 1eraa.i^.> ___ ; money. i i;c sir PUBLISHED EVERY YfEDXESDA Y! . jo | lose "0!1? -SY? i formed, i j !hat is ^o Newo - and - Herald -JZo. j his energ ... . i hypnotist W. 0. DJUtfLASS, i i been ulu* > ?:<<it?rj. i boro at ic J A.S. DXYIS, ^ j peculiar I I ihem an TKJOtS, IX ADVANCR: j under the I car. .... *I.o0 j ^ye Six Mnt'.th*. .... .15 ! tal ability ~ - ] or not he AVYE&TlSiXG 11ATSS, GASH: \ I u person < ilolhir a. soiiAr? for the first inser- ! k?ypuoti*t onainl fifty cents for oat-li Mubsequent j er(.r (|iat nsertion Spcui&l rate.-, for contract ad- i vertisers. : IO''i i ilarria^rt and death noticesfree. i u C(j ([, Kegular rates charged tor obituaries. So 4 T Orders far Job W6r!c solicited. ! Ltn _ >-,> J the inline Vv'INNSBORO, S. C. I!'c'?''cj ' ' ! in the c!a ! notised, v Wednesday, July lc, : : : 18fll ; wa, "SJ' ? T=^-=rrr?-- " - j the prof...

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. — 15 July 1891

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. fi Wednesday. July 15. : : : 1391 MAIL COLLECTIONS, Letters will be collected from the letter boxes at 3.15 and 9 p. w. daily. X ew Advertisements. Linseed Oil -W. E. Aiken. Notice?A. Y. Milling-, S. C. F. C. j Sheriff'? Sale ?H. Y. Milling,S.F.C. Plant Turnips ?Winnsboro Drug;! Store. Master'* Sale?E. M. Boykiii, Mas- j ter Kershaw County. Summons?A. S. & W. D. Dougla*?, i Plaintiff's Attorneys. 1 veal Brief*. ?White Oak had a g-jod raiu on j Tuesday. ?The rainfall on Wedueaday night; was exactly one inch. ?Mr. J. M. Beaty is hauling the : l.imKar nnl w It i f i< >11 f (? hlsi dwel- ! f 'r XUlUl/tl IV ^/uv - - ling- house. ?The first load of home-raised j ^ fcielous was seen on the street* oil \ Thursday. ?The cool weather continue# and ! farmers are couiplaiuiug; they want! some hot weather. fe ?The dance that was tn hare taken ! F place tc-night hai Ween postponed I until further notice. ? ?One oi our leading citizens was ft aeen on the atreet on Mon...

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

QUESTION. When you are old, and I an old, ^ Aim I K?iuq 3 uxts mc uumcu njcJiiucj.-, And life is as a tale that's told. And only worth what love remembers. If w?* should meet?two quiet folk? And change opinions of the weather, Could word or look again provoke The heart and eyes to speak together? The heart benumbed with so much iche, The eyes bedimmed with so much crying? Do buds long blighted ever break, And green the vine already dying? What hand of skill shall draw the line "TWixi soraia Jove anu xioiv passiuu. What art shall fix the unfailing sign, And bring its reading into fashion? What is the meaning of it all, The chastened woe, the vanished sweetness, If dark Oblivion's night shall fall Forever on its incompleteness? When you are dead, and I am dead, Our faces lost, our names unspoken, Shall then the mystery be read? Can Heaven * bind what Earth has broken? In clearer light and fairer day, With finer sense the impulse proving, Unfettered of this hindering clay. UD, wnat mus...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 15 July 1891

P OFFICERS AND DIR] .MOORE,Treasurer. ' JOS. I Carolina flu T A KG EST BUILDERS in the South of fine HE Li use these goods? ?pk 1. Because they are made of finest mate-ial g|| 2. Because they are unsurpassed in style, di p 3. Because they are made by Southern peo South for Southern Folks. Southern protec' I our way to strength. few Every job Carriage, Phaeton, Surrey, Cari ?11 PERFECT SATIS! Our agents are authorized to guarantee and H| ship or material. |S^ INSPECT AX? BE C KjBBig Remember, the greatest economy is get you aK^Fof clothes is high at any price. For sale st W "D rn t Proprietor Wiuusboro Wagon Works, and ( CAROLINA SI 'cMASTER, BB1C1 among: them the J r GLASS. PA INI Trr oar fine nickel Cigar, such as GEM. KEY WEST. PLANTATION We have tiie best straight 10c. Uiguri ? USE CIMPHOR.VTED TOOTH POT ROSERIJSTE. LiisiaBi'sGoferioric" I (Eas As soon as lie heard or tne lyncmng oi i tlie Italians iD New Orleans, promptly de-1 inanded that the affair should be invcsti- j ? jjate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 22 July 1891

VOL. XLVI. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1891. NO. 49. TALMAGEIX KENTUCKY WITNESSES TO THE TRANSFORMING POWER OF CHRISTIAN RELIGION. "1 iivim. TV.. Generous Action of Madame Soatag?* The Missionaries and Their Keward? Ignorance ?>t Unbelievers. Ilsoir Bkii>?k. Ky., July 12.?A vast concourse of people assembled this morniug on the historic <-amp ground at Iliuh Bridge, Ky.. to Lear ])r. Talmage preach. They came lrom all thfi surrounding cities, towns and neighborhood. A large contingent trom Louisville and anotner irom uincmnatl were present. Many of the visitors have remained here | since yesterday afternoon, when Dr. Talmage preached in the same place. The text of his sermon this morning w as from * Avtsiii, 15, "We are witnesses." Standing amid the hills and groves oi Kentucky, and beior this great multitude tliat no man can number, most oi" whom 1 never saw before and never will see a^ain in this world, I choose a very practical theme. In the days of Georse Step...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 22 July 1891

T(ia F.iicfipjil NfradfM. liiU 1 UliiiViU iiunw wtu? xx vi uiu i i'U 8 LI3HBD EVERT WEDNESDAY -BTNew-j - and - Herald -JCo. *v. 9. DOUGL1SS, ) / 7-(iiUr?. lis ?. r)i.T[5. ) TKKttS, IX ADVANCE: tvar. .... II.SO Vli .Hau'.lx, .... ,75 ALVKitTlSlSU HATES, CASH: ijurt dollar z somre for th? Srst iuser j ii and Dl'ty cents for each subsequent iisertion Sp?-clal rates tor contract advertisers. Mirria^* ami death notices free. lUgular rates curbed for obituaries. Orders for Joi> Wort solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. "Wednesday, July 22, : ; : 1851 T.ty, V.watrtiia V>9>lV" itlf'lllailt ji Vfel'T much of a mill stone around Postmaster General Wanamaker's neck. It is unfortunate that public uien of prominence should became en?ja?ed in a pertoial difficulty in- public places, especially so when the use of pistols is threatened. Col. Aldrich has been converted te the sub-treasnry. and he and Col. Talberthad a 'More feast" at Midway ?u the 11th Inst. Col. Aldrich is advised to tell his law l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 22 July 1891

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. | Wednesday. July 22. : : : 1891 BlShesfc ali in L? MAIL COLLECTIONS, ! Letters will be collected from the fpj Jot letter boxes at 3.15 and 9 p. m. daily. j \l Second Examination?D. !>. John- ||| son, Col umbra, S. C. S?i J Agftiu We Flinjf 0<:r Bargain Ban- j ner?Q. D. Williford & Co. j 1 tiricu. ! ____________________ -The new ?ai? tank near .he, A coMfErrmvK E; freight d-pot has bee,, completed. j examioali()U lo fin a -The young people enjoyed a dance ; |U U|e I>t;!ibodv i? the armory o? We<lne,day night , wl|, be 1)e|(] a[ -The I?ev. Theo. ?. Bratton filled | Ml.A jnst Tbere ;. b the pulpit of the Episcopal Church on | fo|. |hj# S|4)e The Sunday. worth $100 a \eur a -Mr. J-imc. K. HarTey bos been rai|r0;ld farc from appointed postmaster at Kabb'. ... thu ) vi||e fw| Md county. vears. Thia is a mag. -The sound of the m.wing mach.ue I ^ f()r a C0U|.,5 ?t.!<-vw?t \frmilav cnttiny a | ? ' , ku ucaiu .? .. <= j j>orrasi uwncgc win millet ...

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

r LOVE. The hour was late. At the wicket sate The tardy cows were lowing, Under the light of that summer night I ventured forth, not knowing Whither my wand'ring steps would tread, j Carina neither, for hope was dead. As I wandered sad, I met a lad? A hardy, handsome youth, With cheeks as bright as his heart was light j An eye, in whose depths lay truth, I asked him wherein his pleasure lay; He answered, "In love." and went his way. In a cabin door, a couple px>r With heads like the driven snow, Were talking o'er the joys that were In the years so long ago, I asked what made their hearts so light, They answered "Love," and said "good night." And thus i learned ere home I returned, That under the skies above The happiest home that ere was known Is found where the ruler is Love, Happiuess, hope and peace are seen Tr? ovori* Vi/vma ivhorf* T.AVA mi PPT) ISABEL;| ) OR ( Shop to Mansion. The Romantic Story of a Dress j Maker's Rise in Life. by Mrs. F. M. Howard. [Copyrighted, 1539. " ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 29 July 1891

VOL. XLVL WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1891.' NO. 50. y THE VaJANT CHAIR " I dr. talmage preaches on the! power of association. T Jlotiiet's Kuck< r aiitl h'at'uer's Arm Chair j Krlng I'orlh Ttuiier Mtmorira When j They Art- (>?ce?1 h?-?e Memories Ottloiea Preach 1'owczftil Sermons. Lakeside, 0., July 19.?For many I \ea.*s peoj k-Lave gathered in multliudee at this m aon of the year lor a J % reat out-door assembly. The grounds f are a short sail irom Sandusky. The place beautiful be\ond description. Dr. [ Talmage preached this morning in this delightful place to a vast multitude. His subject was the Vacant Chair, and his t uxt, 1 Samuel xx, li>: "Thou shall.be | missed, because thy seat will be empty." * ? ? 3 ? oil I Set on Uie cutlery auu m? v,uaovu o.? , I verware of the palace, for Kin^ Saul will L give a state dinner today. A distin j;uished place is kept at the table for his W son-in-law, a celebrated warrior, David I by name. The ?uests, jewelled and I plum...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 29 July 1891

fni n ? I I IT JIT J SPEECH BY XJJ. 1 1 lU 1 liil Hvlu iWttci dlill liUiU, ill At th* Alliance Pi It would be well i iuquire how i*r we PUBLISHED EVERY WSDN VXD AT responsible for the ; overwhelm our iut -ST? I elude ourselves in th j tion which is pr -and- Herald -;Co. j . mrn-rir.'. - : secondary position, IV. ?. DOUCJLISi, i I *ieat business and > KcfiUrs. j the result more J A.S. BJLViS, ) of deaign. By wh ? ..~. 'that the iarmer bj xku^ls, ix advance : education has had bu*ine?s training m 1-ar- * ?.* j#S| 0f political con %tr Mauttrn. 7* ^jon ^atl any 0(^f ? r ?... . Thit i? peculiarly tr ADVERTISING RATES. CASH: ot this State, and j of larmers have col *#ae ?l?!!ar a square for the first inser- To be plain, the bra auaad tifty cents for each subsequent I of the country hai .asertion Special rates for contract ad-j ^e0u Te8lei| iu'those and death n.tic?/r?. <A.i?qttemlr the Jtltegalar rates cnarged for obituaries. under when^ matche( " ? f more wit in the g ii)r<jou 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. — 29 July 1891

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. highest of all in Leaven Wednesday. July 29. : : : 1891 ^ ^ MAIL COLLECTIONS, ^ Citation?S R. Johj^ton. Judge of Repairs to Browu'* Bridge?G. B. P;'^ Jb^? TeiiD&at, Chra. Bd. Co. Com. ? Uca! JJrior*. +* ?We wish the Ladies' Canning __ Factory abundant success. Death of is Old Citize: ?The Board of County Commission- j>qro.?Died at Greenville ers was in session on Tuesday. Monday, Mr Jael. A. ?Cotton crops in the neighborhood ^ear(j wa8 f0r ma>iy years of Monticello are reported a? being 0f Fairfield Ccunty and li? very fine. his time in Winr.sboro. 1 ?The young pe?ple enj?yed a dance a number of years a inetn ia the Arm?ry on Monday night, lfgislature from Oconee C Music by the string band. wag an m-ele of Mrs D. E. ?Watch your doors and windows 0f Winnt>boro. 3 , , . _ ana see mat tney are securely xasicucu ? ? ? before retiring at night as burglars are Railroad Accident n gait about. -A railroad accident, whic 9r ?The 3iisses Beaty gare a sociable ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 29 July 1891

WHY IS ;T so? \ Some find -work where some find ' est, And so the weary world goes on; I sometimes wonder which is best: The answer comes, when iife is gone. Some eyes sleep when some eyes wake, I And so the dreary night hours 20; Some hearts beat where some hearts break; j I often wonder why 'tis soSome wills faint where some wills fight: fc-s????'^ui^rfOvettw- ^rit and some the field. I often wonder who are right? The ones who strive or those who yield, j Some hands fold where other hands Are lifted bravely in the strife: And so, through ages and through lands, Move on the two extremes of life. Some feet halt where some feet tread In tireless march, a thorny way; Some struggle on where some have fled; Some seek where others shun the fray, Some swords rust when others clash: Some fall hack where some move on; Some flags furl where others flash Until the battle has been won. Some sleep on, while others keep The vicils ol the true and brave; They will not rest till roses creep Around...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 5 August 1891

VOL. XLYI. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1891. NO. 51. ^ f\UR-THT?A^I'HV DKUATK If a commodity is \ K uLi3 ililliAullil 1 E.DAI ft. with the circulating me ||r cut the medium, you ol r SENATOR BUTLER AND DR. STOKES pn<?L Second. ^Not only doefc MEET AT PROSPE.-ITY. not ^ear a proper relatior B al business, but it lacks a Xvthiug N'ew, or Against the Mean- ' Alliance WaS tllG LTSt 1 that is elasticity. nrr, PreseuUil?Th* Senator Finds No I might Show. vJV a pro i 1t- /_? Vw v 111 /." Pit- In 1 .Place in This ist.tTo for a Third I'arty - luc?> tuc v* ?> -> " year when accumulated 1; Sun.m<try o? the .Several Si>e?che* is thrown Oil the matkf" ritospEitiTY.s c.,.,^2y.?xheiargest crowd thai 1'rcsperity has ever cause the laical effect is t known assen.bl u today to hear the eal economists call adepr open joint debate on the sub-treasury creates. then between the two distinguished speak- innditilln ... v, , .. ?, ?? .. ? j .r t luao condition is not out tv,\ it...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 5 August 1891

IWairliiiteiflilBdi. . ,^ja tliat ?wMnj(1r Darlinjtc rUBLISHKD EVERY ^ _SY- | ??btainab] 1 tobacco, incw^ - - Herald -ACe. j saaaefr*, ^ t--=-=w week* a *V. 9. D0UUL1S8, ) MeTSrf?' > KdtWli. ? . . JA.S. $. BA.VIS, ) _ . ~ -V.V ~ f KW* TXRitt. IS A?TA>*e*: j A ricte ,.4r. !.. f %kc ? ?*; worker i ^vu.. | fully ao ' " wwr/v/ ,v? 7'AM CA$H: j eonutr i Jl. U f & X trv the < 9X2 iwllar a squ.xr? fer th* irst ins?r- ^ , ?ii^h4 tilty cents for each subsequtut ^sertp? Special rates for contract id- aiatira < ,'?rt?sjjfi, _ mar fini i^arriaSB ileath u?ticrs/r^. * tagular r^tes etarged I^r ?L?ituari?s. fill lHul yri*p>f?r Jth Wvt-t solicited. ment WINNSBORO, S. C. j -mA' . ? j ?al! Weduesdaj'. August 5. : : : 1RS1 | The _ il??ier, ~ ' "T" ~ " ' change, Every active, lire and progr#9?irt cejjt T farmer should look into the tobacco n r A M CO"1! culture. It may prove a great thiug ,, 1 weo* c i it'i X UUlUUCi ? _ _ Xow thar. Clemseu College is ei- roKud i tabliahed and most e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 5 August 1891

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Highest of a Wednesday, August 5, : : : 1891 MAIL COLLECTIONS, Letters will be collected from the GB Iff letter boxes at 3.15 and 9 p. ?. daily. $3 New Advertiseuicntn. Sag Cotton ieed Me?l ?W. R. Dety & Davidson College?J. Ii. Shearer, President. Lumber fur Sale?J. K. Davie, Monticello, S. C. Economical Feeding?Fairfield Oil ????? & Fertilizer Co. JLST ^EC . 1- >?? ??? 1 Machine Oil. i'iUriCK -UllIliUT HIMUUIC V/V. | John li. Patrick. * ^ Salem Female Academv?John II. ~ Clewell, Principal. ' A 'A1:K | <it home-rai <m! Kri?u. ! strccls BII Fri ?The Sheriff sold a few tracts [of | ~ land for taxes on Mondsv. I jL>l yATrox y m \ ' u j ii adverti&oinen ?Mr. James Turner has had a well Xf... dug in the rear of his Graaite Block. A1 1 ai- ns*? ?Mr. F. C. W ithers has been electcd f. ^y* Principal of the Ridgcway Ilijh ^ A?l cu^ School. Fire ?The ?Trade iu fruit jars this season has j Bulow, neatbeen very heavy; all the dealers report! 0n Saturd...

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. — 5 August 1891

? }- -?? _p, ' ? . 1 MY IDEAL. suen a mistake as might easily lie must be dark and handsome, m3de by a less pure taste He must be tall and strong, a Is^oel received the commenda He must be brave and dashing. flush of p.ea3ure, she %\as an T3/> r>rvf tr\r% iatkt friendly witii this ii&u^uty si ^ vww *"" = though she did not intend to cnc Ho must be kind and loving, ritice a shade or her self-respect, He must be strong and true, friendship, and it was pieasar r?m^t 10^m! 1U ve' compliment from her, even up Or else he will not do. ondary topic of dress. In friendship he's unswerving, "It is the first time I have ev And has a social air, opportunity of pleasing myself "Whether in war he's serving, gard to expense,'' sbe replied, q Or love, he must be fair. doubtless my taste will improve A woman's face lie should respect, ^ and culture." ,, Altough he does not love it, . cor\t se6iI^?,w 11 cfn' ^aic And as for any cruel jest, with candor. I haven t told yc Why he shhould be ab...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 12 August 1891

VOL. XLVI. WINNSBOEO, S. G, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1891. NO. 52. J S^RMO\ IN TliK W FST Iaud lhe tyrannies that have D^IUlUi> li\ 1I1L HLOI. i be swept down under the wrath of God. who hates TALMAGE DISCOURSES FROM A CHAP and who, by the strength c ?p. _ _ right arm. will make all me I CK IN KU i n. so it 1S illdividuall}% and I and in the cnurch, and in 11 sorrow and Suii?riiit' Develop*# Charac- through.darkness and storn ter?UofualteriBK i*il? rui?hip a Glorious men, women, churches, na Virtu??The> Beauti ul t'euiale lmJu?try. Again, I learn from oiy Gkeen Mountain Falls, Col., events which seem to be n Aug. 2.?Dr Taluiage preached here to- Cant may be momentous, day to an immense audience. His West- anything more unin em tour has beta one continued ovation, the coming of a poor worna Never before has he been so enthusiasti- to Jud;ea? Can you imag cally received or have the people come more trivial than the tact t! to hear bim in su^h vast number* He just happened to alight...

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