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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 20 January 1892

SmuNCc. R-ear or more MBngL^er sao.her, with one another. An' all these years of married bliss That I bave shared with Hannah Have gone to prove the diffrucce 'Tv.'izt man an' ^oaan's manner. Notv Hannah has her garden bed*, An' tends her plants an' posies, "While I woed out my turnip plot, An' hoc my early roses. Then Hannah has her oats an' dogs, Her Poll an' pet canary, While I think nor . of uso'ul beasts Ter keep the farm an' dairy. We're both contented with our lot, I let her have her parrots. She never minds that I prefer The turnips, beets and carrots. Fer in this life the pretty things Are put beside the common, An' that's the reason why a man T- Was made to love a woman. ?Helen Chaffee, in Detroit Free Proes. AROMAN C E OF TWO BROTHERS. k BT *DGAK FAWCETT, \ Author tf aThe Cvnfemon of Claud," "The Evil That Men Bo," "A 2fww York Family," Ete. [Copyrighted by the Author.] CHAPTER IV. Soon, however, Dr. Thomdyke changed the current of talk in a way that was fraOjht for his h...

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. — 27 January 1892

^ WINNSBORO, S. G , WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27,1892. 1 NO. 24. f i M ?f * Xaral Example in Oa? i id an Eiaaspi? of Moral la- 1 j a A*<ote?r? Etem.lt? to ?cho , ftof Tiaco. 1 raw, Jfijt. 17.?Dr. Talmage j wr Iilu-5 '-ration in his sermon t of his mastery of the art of urho*l lessons froai cimmon i hpn?mr*na_ ^Tis Rtihiftefc TTSS ^ w._. and his text, Ezekiel rii, 7, . Knaing again of the mountains." Mi I have found it. The Bible K a recognition of all phases of Bc&l world from tn? aurera of tho Rt heareas to the phoaphoresBf the tumbling sea. .out the well I 6?una that we call the Echo I feet unlil a few dajs ago I aiscovi in my test, "The Bounding again mountaias." That is the Echo, of the lext heard it again and 03cm amoDg mcuEta'.ns, and In his r MMM0rri<T to distans txile, he had passed ; fl^BRdug mcuatains, aad it vras natural Hntt all through bis writiogs there should HHBom up the mountains. Aocong them Bee had heard the seund of cataracts and tempests in trestle with cak a...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 27 January 1892

. 1 '?ur - tujiti-i.farw.rwca; THE NEWS AND HERALD. I PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY -byNEWS AND HERi LD COMPANY. TERMS, IX ADVANCE; J; car. - 31.50 Six Mouths, .... .73 IABVERTIS1NG RATES, CASE: One dollar a square for the first insertion and Fifty Certs for each subsequnt insertion. Special rates for contract advertisers. Marriage and death notices free. Regular rates chareed for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. All bnsiness communications should be addressed to J. Q.Davis or D. 'J. Dwifht. All communications for publication should be addressed to W. D. Douglass. This newspaper is rot responsible for opinions and views expressed [anywhere C13C 111 ItiiW ^Ui*Vlini All articles for publication must be accompanied by the true Hanie of the author and written in rcspectful language and written 011 one side of the paper The true name requiredasan evidetce of good f-.'Mi. TTTTXTXTPtriAn r-y. o s~> YV IxNINOjDUJ^W, O. V.. Wednesday, January 27. : : 1892 Gen. Yerxer sars that be is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 27 January 1892

^aBapnaaapnagaacaB?-?^w.^r^wMc.>y i). (i. I)\VI(;iIT, - I.oca I Kili tor. |||fr MAII. COLLECTION'S Loiter* wiii he ? ?:Ifi:el ftv-m the Ji t*<T > at .'J .r/" j>. in., 0.1'j !). m.. if, . . <. I:, lliiii j ; \ ?i i. m 11 * . New A<1 v?*rt Males t Arr.ve? Ii. K. K;.i~on. Mv ?Ii. T. Maitliewi?. Muiftioiiu 1 J. I). McCarlcv & | Co. Citation -5. Ii. .Joiuist 'ii, Judge of Probate. Notices ?L> les & Hnvsisworiu, At-j torne\>. j To Clo>e Oat Odds ami E:id--Macai> lay & Tunic:-. Municipal Tax Notice?I. X. With- j cm -. CI.-: k t-i C'w'.tiici!. K\si i:toi>' Noli.-f?10 (i. rainier, j il A. M-aKx?-cuU-rs. i. .. .. ... j ?Major 'J'. W. "VY uodvranl has hail j 1 " : 1 lt,,n i I1I> ICMUCIiCt' ?u liW I\u/4i ?*?%?? ?*... remodelled. ?J. '!. Cummin;,'* lut* moved into I the dwelling recently occupied by Mr. j W. II. Douglas*. ? L>r. I>. J. Quattletjaum nas uceu j confined to his home for several days ! with an attack of the prevailing. ? We are v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 27 January 1892

+n iM?AAt?AA ?f ie fl\a r>nnCo At mo?v lllc IV It 10 tiiW vaucc Vi. iUUlijr AUC vre suffer."?Shell Manifesto. Mighty good doctrine, no doubt. Mr. Shell, formerly Clerk of Court for Laurens, now rotated to Congress. Representative Irby now rotated to United States Senator. Most of them vm'i -finrl v?w ViTrrli/*** Tf ic 1VU ? T lii iiUU Ui. V/ W.jfc/ A V to say that going up higher is, in a sense, rotation, but let's watch and see haw many of them 'will cheerfully rotate from the tap-round of the ladder t? the bottom-round of a retired !| private citizen. H The Columbia Register thinks that it m has uone a sharp thing in getting hold a series of ^questions sent out bv the editor of the Greenville News seeking information as to Governor Tillman's strength. The Register takes it for granted that these questions are only sent to anti-Tillmanites and the answers, it says, will of course be "unfavorable" to him. If our friend, the ar)itr?r fVip flwpmrillA Ww\?. rnti obtain permission to...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 27 January 1892

f PURPOSE. We fur out on the s-.ir.ir.g lake, V*:.t .c the tuc "irkcnicp clouds I rowed :.j the f-".ner rel>!>?y shore. My face to the i::k:nl- van, TLo clouds followed ciosu v.-hou fcc shone no more. And said: "The day is done." Then a lirht wind c.i:ar :'r rr. over the lanO And Us tO'.Vu: . ?here lj.y 11?* .* c.- u.^.* .i..? My little lr>:it arid I. The ri.'ir-; lav i?!!'.r. I drifted OH. To a pas'*- i" a boolc ray thoughts wore gone, -.'Ju k *\ uC 'J hwC ^?C'S ."* O Z> w? We passed thr.vtsrh a clump of rushes tell, And my thoughts ci'.ac b i'-'c to note* How quickly -: .T c.-u.vo --G. au By :i roeil at thy i>ov.- o: lioat. l I said to my b et: "If strong the force & That sends you ilriftirsir al'-n,.\ A thing so slight cou'.u not change your course faj&. And make the wh le way wrong. jBSflaggggj "X>u? 11 you .?uuk ^BSfflHESslBl Mv hn.it rr?v In art A!h1 I. A ROMANCE OF TWO BROTHERS. BY ELK^AE: FATfCSTT, Author of "The Confession of Claud," "The Evil That...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 27 January 1892

j^P^^tn^week. If s aaraBPTlor Southampton ant in that direction and ihe other six dajs in other directions, ho*v fig long beiore the steamer will get to SoutH hampton? It will never get there. And though a man mar seem to be [voyaging heavenward during the hoi}' Sabbath day, if durirg the following six iajs of the week he is going toward the *orld, and toward the tlesb, and toward the devil, he will never ride up into the peaceful harbor of heaven. You cannot eat so much at the Sabbath banquet :hat you can afford religious abstinence the other six cays. Heroism and princelv behavior on great occasions are no apology for lack of right demeanor in circumstances insignificant and inconspicuous. The genuice Christian ili'e is not spasmodic; dees not go by fits and starts. It toils on throus n heat and cold up steep 1 Mountains ana a ong aan^erous activities, Its ere on the everlasting bills crowned with the castles of the blessed. In the first place, we want to bring the religion of Chr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 10 February 1892

YOL. XLVI. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1892. NO. 26. _ A VIEW OF HEAVEN. la~ of the mil ? DR. TALMAGE TELLS OF A THIRTY ttrs rush i 7 rope won! / MINUTES' GLIMPSE OF PARADISE. put a blin nis sick cl AStitstn on the Beautiful but Oft >es- tne rope I< ing, '-led lected Text from Kevelation vlii. 1, and \ye ari "There Was Silence ;n Heaven About right gal the Space of Half an Hour '' COmniaDtl digged the Brooklyn, Jan. 31.?Dr. Talmage people fro has of late been preaching on texts of their resei * * * * * ?- ? o Y-, ri n'r\r?^o Scripture tnac seem 10 nave oeen ne? | OUU tf v/iX^ C lected, and here is a sermon on a beau- we will w< tiful text which probably was never be- crown in fore selected for a discourse. Revela- will have : tion viii, 1, "There W3s silence in heav- besides en about the space of half an hour." dren. Th The busiest, place in the universe is ^"? child c heaven. It is the center from which thing can all good influences start. It is the goal and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 10 February 1892

- r " * .r . .A. *^gg^gu^j?gSga ? # lh . Uii "NEWS AND HERAT1JI PL'S Lisa ED EVERY WEDNESDAY 8 -BY- a vrws \ \*n TT FT? A T/n COMPANY. J.T JU I? \J illi l~> uum. - ( ? .... ^ TERMS, IS ADVANCE : ] 1 e.ir. .... SI.50 C Six Monthft* .... .75 1 > ?A? YERTISIXG RATES, CASH: \ Q 0n? dollai a square for the first insertion and Fifty Certs for each subsequnt inser- s <rva/>iai mfc>? frr contract adver- t IIV1-* *??vw tisers. * Marriage and death notices free. Ee^u- * iar rates charged for obituaries. t Orders for Job Work solicited. a All business communications should be addressed to J. Q.Da*is or D. G. Dwi'dit 1 Ail communications fur publication ^ should bs addressed to W. D. Douglass. 8 This newspaper is not responsible for c opinions and views exptessed [anywhere else than in the editorial column. 1 All articles for publication must be ac-1 r w fi,o wanift of the author | _ WUi?/Ai*4VM K J and written in respectful language and written on on* side of the paper The true ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 10 February 1892

" ? i ii iumm^a?aiii i iiiaBooamm? LOCaL INTELLIGENCE. D. G. I> WIGHT. - - Local Editor. Wednesday, February 10, : : 18i?2 MAIL COLLECTIONS. Letter* will he coileded from the letter boxes at 3.o0 p. in., o.lo p. m.? and 9 p. tu. daily. Sow Ailvertisemc-ut*. Laurel Valley?F. \Vr. Habeuicht. "Wanted?J. W. Powell, Columbia, - ? ?""Strayed?W. II. Willi.imson, Ridgeffav, S. <\ Caut's Ginlen Seed-Winusboro Drug Stwre. ^ Fertilizers fur Cotton or Money? iV^ Oil and Fertilizer Co. ?At wood is up the T!i?:?pii:! Hull for a. Photograph Gallery. - Dea'V.s i.i fertilizers say tnat trie sales this smsou have been very much lighter than they have ever known tiicrn. ?The attendance at Mt. Zion is increasing. During tie past IVw weeks a number ol new pupils luive been enrolled. ?Owing to the departure from town Ar?- ? Mr. V/. B. Gilbert UJ. >4 i. - will have charge of the signal service bureau here. ^ ?P. W. HabcrnicUt mak*s a new aunounccMica: in thi* morning's issu#. The attention of the...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 10 February 1892

I J| MYSTERY. II did not love him; Jons ago instead of Yes I save him Xo. ./ I did not love him. but today f I read his marriage notice. * Pray Avhy was I sad, when never yet ;Has my heart known the least regret rlOyerthat whispered No? And why, jading the notice, did I sigh ? analyst can guess the cause: A" 'a .reason laughs at laws. Sure, I am gla'aStesisjaw the wound I gave is healed; that heliaur ifevnw? ?- Love's blessedness and peace, and yet xuuay x seem lu see mui su*uu, With every glance a mute caiess. Still pleading for the longed-for Yes. His early love for me is dead? -v. Another lives in that love's stead. And if he loves her well, as men Should love their chosen ones, why then He must be glad that long a^o, Instead of Yes I gave him ^o. Perhaps that Is the reason why I read the notice with a sigh. y ' A ROMANCE $ OF j|>- TWO BROTHERS. I- BY EDGAK FAWCEXT. p v Author of The Confession of Claud," pe^ "The Evil That Men Dor "A |'X J\ New York Family,"Etc. [Copyrighted ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 17 February 1892

YOL. XLVI. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1892. NO. 27. . If ? - ~ - AT THE TABERNACLE, DR. TALMAGE ON THE -BESTIAL PROPENSITIES OF A SINFUL NATURE. Science acd Archaeology Have Vs jew JL'.sac on me ?iory 01 J?OUCR?Knezzar and Showu Its Agreement -with HJntory and Natural Law. Brooklyn, Feb. 7.?With a tnighty acclaim the long rooter doxology rose at the beginning of thy service. The inestimable value of Christianity as an elevating and ennobling influence on the nature of mau formed the subject or Dr. V Talmage's sermon this morning. The I brilliant and original preacher chose as his text the humiliation of the Babylon Lisn King, wno, ceius aesutuc-' 01 reunion, sank to the level ;>f the biute. Daniel iv, 28- "All this came upon ihe King Nebuci idnezzar." Colonel Kawlinson, the oriental traveler, says that the exhumed brick?, not only of Babylon, but of a hundred towns in on orpo nfrtnr hno#?. ?>/] *n ]r>rwr*h and thirty iu breadth, are inscribed with the name of...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 17 February 1892

F rTHE XTT7W7C AMn ILIPRAT.D. i > JLV V V o P US LI SHED E VERT WED IfES DA T -byNEWS AND HERA LD COMPANY. TERM.*, IX A DVANCE : iear. - SI.SO Six Mentha, - - - .75 ADVERTISING RATES. CASH: On?- doiiai a square for the first insertion 1 ??/!?, tnlKMlint. iincr aliU X II CV \^Ci 10 xvi %;ctvu wwvwj*?- ? tion. Special rates for contract advertisers. Man-ia.se and death noficcs free. Regular rates charced for obituaries. Orders fur Job Work solicited. All bn sin ess communications should be addressed to J. Q.Datis or 1\ G Dvrieht All communications for publication chould be addressed t? \V. D. Douglass. Tiiis newspaper is not responsible for opinions and views expressed >nywhere else than in the editorial colu 111. All articles for publication must be ac eompanied by the true name of the author and written in rcsoectful language and written on oiieside'of the pa;.??r The true name required as an evidence of good faith. WINNSBORO, S. C. '%>. Wednesday, February 17. : : 1892 Who...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 17 February 1892

w j > I fcii.lJiTl'uMJh. D. O. DWICHT, - - Local Kditor. a|L. Wednesday. February 17, : : 1892 ^ ^ MAIL COLLECTIONS, Letters will be collected from the etter boxes at 3.o0 p. in., S.lo p. m., ami 9 p. ?:). daily. New Advertisements. Mystic Cure?W. E. Aiken. Sheriff'* SuI js?II. Y. Milling,S.F.C Just Received?Ketcliin & Catheart. A*ti^nee'? Sale?G. W. Moore, Assignee. Sale Under Mortgage?J. F. McMaster &. Co. No!ice f >r Final Discharge?J. M. Beaty, Guardian. X?tiee for Final Discharge?Margaret 11. Hi!', Execu'iix. Fertilizers for Cotton or Money? j FaiiQlln Oil '.:i l FvrJillzer Co. t Itr . J,. - ...... ? tushes me /vriicini uiaic Finis?! Prncfs* work. * ? J'he:e whs an unusually large! crowd in town Monday in s.ltendaucei ujiuH ik? opening of court. ?In our issue of today the Fairfield j Oil and Fertilizer Co. advertizes t'v?cc hundred tons ef sii?5ciT(fif guano of their ewiy manufacture. For terms ? '\f*.-?ffle'see their ad. J?Mr. K. M. Iluey, wl?o ha? teen engaged i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 17 February 1892

V Though* is<le?per 'han si! i speech, Frelin-,: <li'ej-ei th*!i all thought; Souls to j- us can n. vt-r teach What unto themselves was taught. We a^e s(. ri s eUd in veils. Man l-\ nun was n?-v??r -e. n; jil! our dt?*p Communing fails To remove the shadowv screen. I Heart to heart 'was never known, Mind with mind did never meet; We are columns left alone Of a temple once complete. Like the stars that gem the sky, Far apart, though seeming near, In our light we scattered lie, Al! is thus but starlight here. What is social company But a babbling summer stream? What our wise philosophy But the glancing of a dream? Only when the son of love Melts the scattered stars of thenght; Only when we live above What the dim-eyed world hath taught; Only when our souls are fed By the Fount which gave them birth And by inspiration led Which they never drew from earth. We, like parted drops of rain. Swelling until they meet and run. Shall all be absorbed again Melting, flowing into oae. A ROMA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 24 February 1892

^^LYL1'^ a WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1892. ' NO. 28. ||F DR. T ALII AGE'S CREED, j A SERMON SUGGESTED BY CURRENT; i , THEOLOGICAL DISCUSSION. ' >'o Matter Hov L'nteriula I* il>o IJeiivf j ^ ol the So CaUr<t At; Cl?-r;;v, I>r. Titlaaart's I nith is SvjC:;re Jtud K:t.?!iy Inderstood by All. Brooklyn. Feb. 14.?Al the Taber-J nacle service ihis mciniui:, after the j usual reading oi tho Scriptures, the cou- j ? gregation sacs? Jesus shall reisn where'er the sun roth his successive journeys run. The sermon which followed was apparently suggested by the slorm of Lite- J ologicai controversy bow ratiin^ in the | churches. In tbc-se times, v,*h?n it is quite uncertain what many of the clergy really do believe, thin sermon makes it very plain what Die pastor of the IJiooklyn Tabernacle believe a. His text was taken lrom Luke ri, IT, '"And he came down with them aud stood In the plain." Christ on the mouutaias is a frequent study. We hare seen Ihe on the Mount of Olives, Mount of Be...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 24 February 1892

Xf TIIE NEWS AND HERALD. P US LI SHED E VER F WEDXZZDA T! -BT- | NEWS AND HER;* LD COMPANY. I I TBSMv IH ABTAXCi; ; I ear. .... $1.50 *ix Mouths. .... .73 Ai) VEttTISLWG RATES. On* dolla: a square for the first insertion and Fifty Certs for each subseqint inser- r tion. Special rates for contract advertisers. Marriage and death notices free. Regular rates clia-Ted for obituaries. Orders for >ob Work solici'ed. All business communications should be addressed t? J. Q. Davis c*r I>. Ci- Dwi?ht. All communications for publication cm- . fchouid b= addressed U ?V. D. Douglass. r'fbis ne-.vspaper is ; ot responsible :ur opinions and* views ex pi essea >ny where else than in the editorial co'irrn. All articies for publication inu>t be ac companied by the Srue i:anie of the author and written in respectful language and written on on* side of the pa>-er The true nam? requiredasan evidence of good faith. WINNSBORO, S. C. i Wednesday, February 24, : : 13U2 Mn. August Kohx, of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 24 February 1892

otei .^ giiMCjMfflnM-frrujasjnaBE ' '' i A : r :.' i'lr.MjK I>. (i. X)WIGHT, - - Local Editor. Wednesday. February ii. : : 1892 j MAIL COLLECTIONS, I wiil in; e ;iiei: fd Ironi the j'M.'er at o 60 p. in., p. in., [ U'it! 0 [>. ill. JaiiV. / tsw Advertisement*. Nrxt Work ?iiaeaulay & Turner, i Mv\*eiti?> l?>r Farm *ml Garden? j Mc?2a>ter, I5:i c & Ke;c:tiln. 1 sir: ! 1 -At'.v m l inaktr^ the Anistio Glace L Finish Pi*- cess work. ?G. II. McMaster lias been j - ! i quite unwell for some time, out sue ; is now, we arc hapt>v to sav, much ' i < setter. i , I ?Mr*. W. Li. Cifiifl:t represented & l.v: i ci' i .i>1 r "I i!;;- W. T. U. ) j Wjb ;?t iitc ?: s::vculi ?;i 'it l i in Columbia! . i aft las- week. ( |B|||k ?The foivc ut the barber .shop over ^ ragggij. the bank lias been increased by the ail- ( ?HL uiliun ot' u. fii^t-class ' tonsorial artist" li||^ra|||k front Columbia. j , i-:0 SutarJ:.y 27th . HLu.tixes wili . ii. we publish an BBBf.'1! Frida...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 24 February 1892

r THE DAY'S WORK. | Do thy day's work, lay dear, | Though fast and dark the clouds are drift- f in g near, , j Do thy day's work, though now The hand'must falter and the head must | bow, And far above the falling foot shows the j bold monutaiu brow/ Yci there is left for us, Who on the valley's verge stand trembliog thus, A light that lies far in the west?soft, faint, but luminous. ^ We can give kindly speech. And ready, helping hand to all and each, Ane patience, to the young around, by smiling silence teach. TT"a no? omt-ci front!? f llAlirrTlf' End charity, by life's long lesson taught, And wisdom, from old faults lived down, ! by toil end failure wrought. "We can give love, unmarred { By selfish snatch of happiness, unjarred j By th? keer aims of power or joy that; make youth cold and hard. And if <?av hearts reiect The gifts we hold -would fain fare on unchecked On the bright roads that scarcely yield all that young eyes expcct. Why, do thy day's work still, The calm, deep'f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 2 March 1892

c * VOL. XLVI. W1NNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1892. NO. 29. j ?? * - t ? ' INDUSTRIAL MEETING. ^ TWENTY-TWO DIFFERENT ORGANIZATIONS REPRESENTED. The Platform Adopted-?Uiccinc Arraignment of Corrupt Pollt iclans?Free Coinage, Sub-Treafcoiy and Anti-Monopoly Legislation Art u.-iasnuiw. St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 27.?'The lu^ dustrial Conference met iu this city last | Monday and was called to order by Col. ^ Ben Terrell without the formality of an 8B? address and caused a. smile by announcing that the "congregation" would rise wy while proceedings were opened with mF prayer. The delegates compiled while f lie v. S. II. Basser, of Milledgeville, 111., f invoked the aid oi' the Almighty upon the movement. President Polk, of the National Farmers' Alliance was introduced by Mr. Terrill and the announcement was made that President Polk'o address would be frtiinnro.! hv fine from Powderlv and another from Ignatius Donnelly. At the mention of these three possiVe Presidential candidates the ...

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