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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 7 October 1891

m r TotSAVT' 1 di ;anicd last night Iril I bud died My soul Jiad foumi released ; I lay with -weary hands r?; rest, With troubled hearts at peace. And yet, my spirit hovered near-1 seemed to "feel, I seemed to hear. I dr *amed?ah! 'twas a gracious dream That, lying so at rest,' You came, and knelt beside me there, ~~ A'id loving kisses pressed Upon my brow so white and chill. Upon my lips so dumb and still. You called me each endearing name Our happy love had known: For all the anguish of the pa>: Your sorrow did atone: Yet, though your tears rained oYr my face, I could not break from Death's embrace. Oh, bitter-sweet! The boon I craved While living came too late! To know it mine, yet give no sign? \_/u, ui imc. Almost 1 seemed Death's spell to break, And thrill with life for your dear sake. i fe't my happy pulses throb, My heart with tumult beat; Sly pallid cheeks grow warm and red Beneath your kisses sweet; Ami then?ah me, how real it seemed!? I woke to find 1 had but dreamed. ...

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. — 14 October 1891

A a* jA '"'^l I }? ^ >^j^' ^ j^/ I VOX, XLVI. WINXSBOEO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1891. NO. 9. THE TAlSKliXACLK I'ULPi T. DR. TALWAGE A3KS THE QUESTION, "WHAT WERE YOU MADE FOR?*' jjjjg BiiTrxtTiik^u tioiu uohn xv|tl, ST, "to Thi* i-'jjil Whu I b?ru"-AM ab!? Lm?couri.e Pr?mlc'! <>r ?n v.Scene. Bkoollyn, Oct. ?A most impres- j sive scene is ;hai .vnn-ss-ci \u the Brook-; lyn Talercju le, *hcn ai the oj ening oi the morning set vice 7.000 persons oa the j mam lloor, io :wo uallrriv.s and the] adioiuiu^ rooms, rise and i>in^ the Dox- j ology. This moimr.'i ia addition to the ! coiijjresational sinking i'ror. Ilcurj j Eyre Browne rendered from the orgau, I "Theme aud Variations in A," by Cramer. I)r. TalKitsit's text wm taken Irotn John 18:37, "To this end was I bom After Pilule had suicided, tradition says that his body thrown into the Tiber, aud such storms ensued ou aud i about that river thai thi? body was taken j out aud thrown into the Phone, aud similar disturban...

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. — 14 October 1891

. .. THK NKWS AND IIERALD. | FUXUSHKI) VVKIiY WZDSKSDA 7 -BY? lNswo - and - Herald - Co. I H'. !) \Ss, ) Kditors. VS. p>. i)A VIS, ) 'f Hit I"* A V ANCK : \v:-r. .... 31.50 Six 75 j .1 /; i'tiiiriai.w hatic<. uasll! ?>no dwM.ir ii S i'.tnv f:?r tin; fii\-.t ins>er- j > n u:> ! fifty vents fur subsequent j aserT;:?ii Special rates tor contract ail- ] verti-ers. .\Ia:ri.i.je an-'. death noticesfree. Kerala? rates <:nar:je.l tor obituaries. < )r?lers for .Job Wort: solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday. October H-, : : : 1 I IIill is a very small man. When ; asked what he had to say on the arrival ' of the baby at the Cleveland home he said that he had nothing: to say. The next joint debate on the subtreasury is booked for Hampton between GeergeTillman and TouiWxtson. It will certainly be a very interesting1 debate and one which we shonM like to hear. Both men uie well posted; each one knows what he wants t? say I and how to Say ir. Even* ministers and elders ge...

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. — 14 October 1891

LOCAL L\ I ELLIvjKNCE. Wednesday, October 3 ] : : : 1391 MAIL COLLECTIONS, Letters will be collected IVum tLe Jettcr boxes at 4 and 9 p. in. daily. New Advertisements. Wraps ? D. Lnu:ie! dale. Seed Wheat?James Pagan. Clerk's Sales?tt. II. Jennings, clerk. Livery and Sale Stables?S. B. Crawford. Sale, Feed and Livcrv Stables? Lfall & Crawford. Administrator's .sjiic?\\. i^uvis Douglass, Administrator. A Valuable Plantation for Sale? Jno. \Y. Smart, Columbia, S. C. t Ki'ttTs. fe ?Mr. Glenn W. Rausdale has moved i? ino tne Epi>eopal rcctwi \. w ? ilcMa*ter, Brice & Ketchin's new ad7ertisement will soon appear. Lookout for it. ? Mr.Boag has been having1 some very necessary repairs made on the front of his lower store. ?Peter Belton, colored, was brought in on Monday and lodged in jail, lie is charged with criminal assault. ?The Board of County Commis-. sioners met here Tuesday morning, j Routine business only was transacted, i ?Mr. V. C. Bartlow is buying cotton this season f...

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. — 14 October 1891

TWO LIVES. And rapturous jadies gazed into his eyes: SiiC>locri wi'.iiout, ljeneath the wintry t-kiv.s, Ir; snow and sl'jet. lie spoke of Faith's de<-ay: The adies sighed U'cause hf ^pokeso ti nShe 'lid h.-r i'ae<- in hand* frost-nundied and hlUff. Uut dared notproy. 1*1 in < t aiid Mel: bovwd and ladies Miiilrii where'er !i?: [ Av-ent, ^tr.lr. tlirnur?!i hff l?v and !lU!!'Vr u-lit. " j v With bleeding feet. L'pon his wedding day She stood with burning eyes that fain would i weep, And heard the dancers' tread, the music's 1 sweep Souud far away. The bride so pure and true lie took unto himself in haughty moot!; And al! the paltry world applauding stood, j Though well it knew The while in frost and snc?v Half-clad she stood upon whoso maiden breast lie pledged his faith, for love's supremest, test In ioy and woe. BEE MBS VICTIM. ! i :c: I ? /\t> .A r5J.uui u; WESTERN LIFE | ?BY? THOMAS T. MOXFOHT. ! CHAPTER VI. PACI. LOUTSE. Louise accepted Paul's books now ami with 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. — 21 October 1891

VOL. XLVI. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1891. NO. 10. I fAr nnhti^ nnrnAQP< I T"rr T T^T\ a T* 1 tn HAnH THE SVrCnD OF ELEAZAR.| A SERMON ON THE COLDNESS. DOUBi" j I AND UNSEL1EF OF 7HISAGE. Sad Ctiht-r- of IhristiHiiH Who Kellivo but | a FarS u* llie of Ken Who Doubt I Krerytli. ng kl.<1 of self Styinl Christians i I Who Shrink ;roi:i tb?? Conflict. j Bkookltx, Oct. 11.?Among the | Yast audionces which crowd the Brook-! iyu Tabernacle at evert scrvice are large i numbers of ycunu men, many of whom J are theological students. Dr. Talmage's i aermon tbis mornius; had a special in- j f A < if>tc tMr>r> whpn so i LCICSi, ilJi tlitlii. v,?.w v. - many are giving up the Bible, or hold-1 ing the truth less firmly than before, the eloquent preach?r put himself on record j so clearly and forcibly that no one who j heard him could have anv doubt as to i his attitude. His text, was II Samuel j xxiii, 10, "And his hand clave uuto the ! sword." A gref t general of ...

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. — 21 October 1891

" } \ T1IE NEWS AND HERALD* PUHLLillHD KVKRY \YBTDXK3DA7 -BY? iNewo -anal - Herald - Co. H'. ). D >LVS>, j > Kuitors. VS. % DVVl\ ) XKltMS !:< ADVAXCS: Sear. .... $1.50 Six Muatiiii, .... ,~3 A IS VZiiTmXG HATE*. CASII:. v)r.c dollar a square !'ur llw first inser?r. and rifty cents for each subsequent nsertioa Special rales for contract advertisers. .Mvrriaie and death notices free. Ke^utar r it^s Ctsar^eit r??r o'bituaries. Orders lor Job Work solieited. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday. October 21. : : : ltfUl Bul'laxcki: is dead, li.ilmaceda is dead, Parnell is dead, the missionaries are having trouble in China, the : Cleveland baby has been barn, and all ; sorts of things have happened, and yet \ AVinnsboro has no new railroad. cd - mm Tiie Columbia Slate has learned thai J the Ahkoon of Swat has just married j the second time. Our contemporary , wants to know if it's a secession from j the U.P. U. in Winnsboro. "Will some | member of the Union let us know, and j s>.?n*...

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. — 21 October 1891

i-'JvAL iS I LLjuiiiiiiNUh.. Wednesday, October 21, : : : 1891 i MAIL COLLECTIONS, Letters wi!i be collected from the j letter boxes at 4 and 9 p. in. daily. New Advertisements. Winnsbwo H ?tel Bat* Wraps?D. Lauderdale. Fair Nolice?T. II. Ketchin. Highest Price?J. M. Stewart. Arrived?S. S. Wolfe, Agent. Fish, Oysters?F. \V* llabenicbt. ? " f - > 3 f, /"v;| j JNOtlce ?r aimeiu rerunacr iv v/n | Co. Animal Mee ing?B. G. Tennant. : i Chairman. Everything a Fanner Needs?W. II. Doty & Co. i:r ? i*. ? Mr. J. 15. Propst >e;>t Tuesday :o i the Ailanta Exposition a very tim: j mare and three colt*. ?Mr. James I>. Turner lias sent j eight head of his fine Guernsey cattle j to the Atlanta exposition. ?After si very sncccsfetn! season the < White Oik cannery has suspended j operations f<?r tliis season. ?Mr. Creight lias found it necessary j to make another addition to the depot j platform owing to the largo quantity j of cotton on hand. ?Some of the !adie< have been ci...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 21 October 1891

A STORY OF WESTERN LIFE ?BY? | THOMAS P. MOXFORT. i I i - CHAPTER VIII. A SERPENT U? THE PATH. "V?:Two or three weeks passed, and then one day Louise went across the country to a neighbor's house. She spent the greater part of the day there, and it was well on toward evening when she stinted home. On the way back there was a long slough, and it was full of water lilies, and when Louise came to it she decided to collect some of them. | Accordingly she began picking them where they grew near the bank, but, human-like, not satisfied with getting what were within reach, she began to try for those that wer<* further out, and the result was that she lost her bal- j ance and fell into the slough. She was : not much the worse for the fall, for! the water was shallow, but her feet! stuck in the mire and she -found, after j making several efforts, that she could i not estriciite them.v j While in this situation she heard j some one approaching1, and after the lapse of a minute or so a hors...

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. — 28 October 1891

el*/ ijy^ ijji rfie f^C^iriJi>U^ VOL. XLVI. WINNSBORO, S. G, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1891. NO. 11. LESSON OF THE PYRAMID. "WHAT I SAW C NFIRMATORY OFTHE SCRIPTURES." Dr. Talojage a Series of Sermons on His Observation* 2n tlso Eastern Lauds?-The "Wouti*.-rful 1'jrainltt of Glzeh and th? L?aaon? It Teacher. Brooklyn, Oct. 1^.?The vast congregation at the Brooklyn Taoeruacle this morning vas delighted by an exquisite rendering, by Professor Henry j?jre Browne, ou the new organ, of Denier's second souata in G. Dr. Talmage's sermon was the first of a series k* intends ureachinc on his eastern tour. entitled, "From the Pyramids to the Acropolis, or What I Saw in Egypt and Greece Confirmatory of the Scriptures." His text was Isaiah xix, 19, 20: l,In that day shall there be an altar to the Lord in the midst of the land of Egypt, and a pillar at the border thereof to the Lord. And it shall be for a si^n and for a witness." Isaiah no doubt here refers to the great pyramid at Gizeh, the chi...

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. — 28 October 1891

NEWS AND HERALD j PUiSUSHt'It E VERY WKDXStSDA Y j -BY- | ?~ iNewo - anal - Herald - Co. j vv. >. u jl'olas-", j [> Kriitors. AS. DAVIS, ) tr.; aovaxck: Tear. .... SI..10 ! Six Mouths, .... .75 j I AD VXRTISLW RAT US. CASH: One <lol!ar a square for the first inser- ; > ?! and tifty cents f??r each subseiiuent l nsertion Social rates for contract ad- . vertisers. * Marriage and death indices free. lfesul&r rates eaar^ed lor obituaries. Orders for Job Woiic solicited. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday. October 2o. : : : 1HSU j It is safe to lo?k for on^ thousand people at the Fanner's Institute. Union subscribes $20,000 for the Cape Fear and Cincinatti Railroad. Where is Vice-President Morton, anyhow? if you Uon t ueueve prize cuds pay, j write to the secretary of Whi e O^k | PiiztjUtub, or Walcree Prizo Ciub. j Ask what has been :he eflect. To L. T. W: Send us another ar-I tide on tobacco culture, or come to the : Institute and join in the discussion on i the Subject. ? ?o? ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 28 October 1891

luoal intelligence. Wediiesd iv, October 28, : : : loJJl | mai l collections, Letters wiil be collected froin the j letter boxes at 4 and 9 p. tu. daily. Xew Advertisement*. Di e>s Ti I in in i ii jr > -1). Lattderdaje. A Valuable !I?me ior ^a!e-J. K. McDonald, At turner. l,i.?-Ht ISriefs. ?We have received no news from the railroads of late. What lias 1 ecoine of them? ?Mr. A. Willi ford s?ld a very fine drove of cattle, on Thursday, 10 Mr. J. M. Knox, of Chester. ?A negro boy had his arm mashed by the train Tuesday at lilythewood, , while attempting to steal a ride. - The tditi.-s of ihe liapii>t Church; v. ill serve dinner lo U?e public on the st*c.?iid d i\ of ;he County Institute. ?The iii-ti.utc this \ear i? s^oing , to be a b:? thing. Evcrvb'?.ly is ii:viteU to huve >ome.hin? on exhibition. v?.: , i.,a n I.Mtuier ? ll?C Vtiuta^v. m dale'* advertisement to day. They have an eie?a::i line of dress goods on j wainl. ?Some of our crack shuts should ' certaiulv enter t...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 28 October 1891

LONG AGO. 1 once knew all the birds that came Ad i nest.ec! in our orchard tree?, 1 For tFrry liower I had a name? Mj. friends were woodchucks, toads ar.d bees; I kn< w where thrived in yonder gien What plants wo dd soothe a-tone bruised j I was very !ear. Sd then, ^S^a^ntthat was very Jem*; a<;o. * Where pickerel lay that weighed a pound* I knt w the wood?the very tree YYi'.eiC 1IVCU LUC J?uv; . And all the woods and crows knew nie? j But that was very long ago. And pining for the joys of youth, 11 ead the old faniili <r spot Only to learn this solemn truth: I hive for cot ten, am forgot. Yet here's this youngster at my knee Knows all the things I used to know: To think I once was wise as lieBut that was very long ago. I know it's folly to complain Of whatso'er the fates decree, Yet, were not wishes all in vain, I tell you what my wish should be: I'd wish to be a boy again, Back with the friends I used to know, For I was, oh, so happy then? But that was very long ago. IB 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. — 4 November 1891

mS 4 4 &?*$>< 1 *#= t d a _ . A % 4;! IP - :| % ? / .?? .$<&, ^ IS? ,> %.. ' % i A. j^? %% m, j^i ? ,.4/^4: !R m*# hi! it# "friiitiifirt iii riii|4 1211111 irsrrii i ii idti* - JT It I i ii iMiy ^a-??jp2# wUv VOL. XLVi. WLNNSBOKO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1891. NO. 12. TABkLnaCLE i'ULl'IT. I DR. TALMAGE'S SECOND SERYON ON | HIS OLD WORLD JOUKNEYS. H*- i'ii Col: i!: lcril :o:i of 1l?<; Truth of | thf> ifiiMurw i*? fi e Ttst1u>uiiv ol the Cities riM<1 ii!v<srr. >:. ! 1*?kc<?. of f.<iu; ako. Bijooki.yn. Oct. *J5.?'The tendering of the First ircna'.u iu ]) Minor, by (:*uilmant, on the great or^an of the * iJrocklrn Tnbtiracle this morniusr, br I i;ro:'cssor lieary Kjre Browne, the or- J L-auisst, held 'l e va>t i-oaiircsjatiou spc-,I- j houutl with profoundr aioiion. Dr. Tal- j n.age oreacthc.] on * "Sailing Up the Nile," lite second sermon oi' the series entitled ' From ihe I'vranne* t<> the Acropolis; i.t. What I !i2 iX-Tpt and...

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. — 4 November 1891

b TiLK NEWS AND HERALD PUBLISH HI) A' VEli Y WBDJx'KSDAY -nvNswo - aii'jl - Herald - Co. W. J. D'Jl'GL VSS } ' I'.(l it'>!' ?. AS. D \ VIS, ; TEFOX.S, I-H ADVAXCK: v ear. - ^<.30 Six Months, .... .75 LTf/'/vr vv; /V 1r\-t>7/ \>i:e miliar a >4:1 ire !' >r tht* first inser! :i ami ijftv centx for earli sulis-equent ?sfrtiv?:i .Special 1 fur contract advertisers. Marriatjrf an:! death l-.i-rici-- free. r.iii-i ci:urc<*?i ("???* obituaries. v.)rd?rs t'ur J?/.> vv'urk WINXSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, November -1 : : : ir.^1 The Laurens A'tcatiser always comes fresh, bright and spicy, [r is watchful after the interest of Laurens Couuty. 11 v dkophobi a is coming near home. AVe have great sympathy for the poor dogs, but much greater sympathy for the poor people who die from the bites of these innocent brutes. Lauhen's has a pla- c named S 'nfflctown. GoO'.l order prevails, however. ? .4 ikeu Juur/uil ami lieciftc. 60 hi-. Fairfk-ld; good order prevails, and it is the hou...

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 November 1891

r. 7 Kta msszz f -a r n > i udmbi !/r/.iL tJx i KLi.KiKNO'E. Wedaesd <.v. November 4-, : : : loS*l MAIL COLLECTIONS. Leiier< will be collected JVoiu the letter boxes at 4 a:;d 9 p. in. daily. New AdvertjseimMit*. Mtitiici[>*.'] Tax Notice?i.N. W ither*, Clerk. Fair Week Announcement?u. lviudirdule. Xoti.:2 :o Creditors ? Ii. If. Jennings C. C. I'. F. (J. l'< ' Hilt, ? Mr. It. E Eiii?o:i is having his holi?c vt iy ta-tily painted. ? J. M. l>-*a;y expects another bairel oftho*e ilfiicioiH peats, shortly. ?Monday was salesdav and the tibial crowd was in t*?wn. A good deal of land was sold. ?Young :ueu. ii you want to see something new in the way of lour-m hand e:-i < .; Q. I'. U illil'ord & ('o.?>. Mr. S-ini! MobJrv, a >on (-i'Mr. Ed. I). H'.b;v, of this counts, hasaecepted a p>j?itio:i v.iih .Me.ssri. Ha!i vC Crawford. ? Look iur (.,> I). '?ViliiiWrd Sc Co.'a big ad in the next iseuc. Ii- :t! it, and you will sec something lo ytmr advantage. ?An at...

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. — 4 November 1891

r 3oica iracj ia the night *vlic.-n I sit write, i hear the stresgest things. As mv brain jrrows hot v. ith u thought That strokes for form and whip-. I can "'far the beat of my swift b! jod's fr<-t As .t speeds with a rush and a whirr. Frojc hfturt to brain arid back rt<4an:, Lik-j a race-horse under the spur. With my soul's fine e;.r I listen and hear The t&ndcr silence* s;>eak. As it leans on the l>rc;ist <?f ni^ht t<> rest Anrt pres.se? his dusky cheok. And 41k? darkness turns in its -ieei> and yearns For something that is kin? And ) hear the ]s>ss of a scorching kiss. As ii foJds and fondies sin. In its hurrying race thro' leagues of sixice I can hear the earth catch b*eath, As it heaves and moans and shudders and groans And longs for the rest of death. And high and far from a distant star. Whose name is unknown to me, I hear a voice that sa\s, "Rejoice! For 1 ke*p ward c\-> thee!" Oh, sweet and strange arc tne sounds that range Thro' the chamb...

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 November 1891

'A VOL. XLVI. W1NNSBORO, S. G, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1891. NO. 13. Bi'ilKS Wi TilOl i SiitAW. ??-.V,0.^ PnSAi'/HcD BY THE REV. T. Dc WITT ALT/AGE. Alth'.ofcJi tJtc SVpuJar i>:Tlnft HH* ri tacticil TwcsiT >-f ?t?r Y-ars'u :ira>?klj ?, Hi* W.rt- Xctor I.trjc* r? **vh? Hard**(<' H :rp:'' fit* l\xt. Brooklyn, N^v i ?Ths Tabernacle was ihronsrcrf a* nvial this morning. Th? vasi edirke lidcd ir> iu inmost cai-aviij wilt: e-ncer i'uliiners shows how the p : ulhr pitaciiO* rtiaius his p?;vvcr ov^-r the ptop!?. A :!h<.-i;j*h he has been preaching la Jirc-slvn for more than twentj-Jour }e?r?, !.i> audiences were never so its now, and although the largest i'rotesfn;, c:?un:n u: ?uu*-i .ca ha? been built f<-r him, there Lever rva; a time when ?o ntacy persons were turned away for lack of room. The subject of tins turning's s-ermua -us "Brick* Without S'r^r."' a continuation ? of the ifrits on tU confirmation ofiloly | Scripture whi ;h I*r. Talma;:? found in J his journ...

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 November 1891

fr. * TIIK NEWS AND HERALD. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY ?BY? iNewo - and - Herald - Co. | W. 9. UOl'GLVSS, ^ > Editors. AS. DAVIS, ^ TKUM-i, I "A ADVASCK : 1 car. .... SI.JO Six Month*. - - - - .75 Y WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, November II. : : 1391 j THE EVENT OF EVENTS. . THE INSTITUTE SURPASSES ANYTHING OF THE KIND KVEll HELD IN t AIRFIELD. The Larj;c Crowd Look With Pleasure and i Wonder?What ivas There--What was Done--Who Had Kxhibits and Wlio (lot the I'rttniums. One*, more the Fanners' Institute held under the auspices of the F*irlield Agricultural Society lias cctne aud g'one. Once more is the Society, the county and the exhibitors to le congratulated upon the creditable display aud theachiertment and advancement of an undertaking, which but tour years ago. was a cruue cmorjw. From a modest little collection of the products of tiie countv in the Court ! IIou<e f.ur\e?rs ag? Has developed an exposition ??f the valuable resources of the county, representative of the tiiiil...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 11 November 1891

M?a i i MM?ayfl?aa? ??CM nourish the voting plant let. Before it can even do this, however, it must by the process of germination be con-, verted into sugar, a substance closely j allied to oil being composed of the same elements only differently combined. After tbe oil thus enables the embryo plant to develope its leaves and root'ets so that it may gather its food from the air and soil, the oil has per- j formed itsdutv to that particular piant. : Should the seed not germinate then ! decomposition will take place and tiie j oil will be broken up into carbonic i acid gas and water, substances that are abundantly provided for plants by ' nature, ilence it is that nitrogen, j phosphate acid and potash are the fer- j tilizing substances of the seed that are j valuable and these are practically nil. found in a concentrated form in the ; meal. Owing, however, to the very large amount of nitrogen as compared j with the phosphate acid and potash i found in cotton seed meal, it is valued ; ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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