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

THE J1 NEWS AND HERALD. |' i 1 . PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY \) -BY? j! NEWS AXDHER4 LD COMPANY, j i TZrOlS, IX ADVANCE: i I tear. .... $1.50 j . Sis Moathst, .... .75 i { AJ3 VEFtTISlNG RATES. CASH: 1 Orn dollar a square for tlie first insertion and Fifty Ce'ts fur each subseqor.t inser-' ' tion. Special rates for contract advcr- > tisers. I . Marriage and death notices free, lingular rates charged for obituaries. Orders for Job Yvor!: soli'-i'ed. s Al! business communications should be addressed to J. Q Da.is oi !?. (* Dwiglit ( Ail Communication.-, for publication tkoukl bs? addressed to VV. D. Douglass. 1 This newspaper is not responsible for t ||| opinions and view- ex p: essed *.onywhere t else than in the editorial cola ?:n. : ||| All articles for publication must be ac ?ggj companied by the irue n.,.i:i'i of tbe author . and written" in rcs-pectful language and ' written on oncsideof the paj-or The true I name required as an evidence of good faith. , WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednes...

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. — 2 March 1892

Local Edi " cuiicsuaj. JI.'ULI i . . . i? MAI L COLLECTIONS, Leiless u is J be eoiieeied fruiu hirer a! S.50 p. in., 5.15 p. i and 1) p. in ilaiiv. 2 ew Advertisements. Spring- Symptoms?Q. D. Willifo & Co. 2 i oil llrirlh. ?At wood invites all to call and amine his Photo work. * ? -Dr. Ed. P. Ilalnteid, tuc veteiiu* t surgeon, is still in town. He will in the neighborhood for the n? for:night probably. ?Mr John L. Bc&ty has been co fined to his home for sereral day He is quite painfully, but fortunate not seriously indisposed. ?Tne oil mill has?u?pended opar I fioi:s for x Mmtt Triiils. Under the ab ' in-inageiTiciit of Mr. S. D. Dr.an tl business been very a*ii?fae!oi , ii:d-'e?t. k ;?un?, A?h-\VcdneSwa' f Lent, thy i<;u!-o:i of fitting observe lliruughout diri-?tt*ud"tn, b<gin?>; ar: .v. - ? ?.? .h- 171 lurit vu uiv *?v of April. ?Mr. Gilbert. who is now in chaig of the signal service bureau here, ha been notified by the Department thr hereafter the forecasts wili...

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. — 2 March 1892

Terrestrial?Joy in Ffeaven Over the Kepontinz of One Sinful Soul. Osxaloosa, Peb. 21.?Rev. Dr. t Talma^e preached here today to an enormous ?.udience. He expects to be absent from home about ten days, during which period he speaks in as many cities. T^e subject ot his sermon was 'T'avenl} Congratulations." His evident intention was to make worlds that seem a great way cu iiom eacti otuer appear very near. Ilia text, was takeD from Luke xv, 7, "Likewise joy shall be in heaven over one sinner that repenteth, more than over ninety and niue just persons who need no repentance." A lost sheep! Nothing can be more pi* thoroughly lost. I look through the window of a shepherd's house at night. Tb? candles are lighted. The shepherd has jus,; plLiScrlhs stall' against the mantel. lie has taken o2' his coat, shaken out of it the dust and hung it up. I see by the candlelight that there are neighbors who have come in. The shepherd, tagged out with the long tramp, : sits down on a bench, and the w...

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. — 9 March 1892

VOL. XLVI. WINNSBOBO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1892. NO. 30. ?? zs ? ? . ? ?^ * T\?IU) TILLMAN' AT NEWBERRY.! 1 HE GIVES HIS VIEWS ON AGRICULT- j URAL DEPRESSION. The J?nactiu*ct of thti .Lien Lhw Hastened It i?ua the Stock Law Completed It. D*bt? Ca2;not IIj P:tid bv liaising Cwt ton at a JLoss. ]Sewdei:i:v, .S. C, Feb. 27?Governor Tillman spoke h-:;re to day to a meeting called for the purpose of discussing the agricultural situation and the necesssty of reducim: the colton acreage. The opera house in which the mating was held was well lilled by about TOO people, most of whom was "from the country. Governor Tillman devoted himsrlf almost exclusively to the subject m hand, and although his recent lllntss had left him week and incapable of any extend[ ed effort, made an address full of sound sense, and wb:ch mgniy commenuea iir L self to the audience and evoked fre quent applause. ?| On the sta^e wr-e I)r. Suapson Fope, B Col. J. L. Keitt, Kev. W. C. Shafer, Hon. j. A. Sligb. J. S...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 9 March 1892

I THE NEWS AND HERALD. P U SLUSHED EVERY WEDXJMDAY ?BY? NEtt'S AND HERA LD COMPANY. TERMS, i:< ADVAXCK: icar. .... #1.50 SIt Months, .... .7.5 I A3 YErlTISIXU RATE*, CASH: On? dollar a square for the first insertion and Fifty Certs lor each subscqant insertion. Special rates for contract advertisers. 3Jarria^e and death notices free. Insular rates charred for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. All business communications should be addressed t~ J. Q.Dn-. is or P. G Dwipht All commuuic-tions fur publication fehould b*-' addressed to \V. ]>. Douglass. This newspaper is not responsible for oninior.s and views exptessed Anywhere el*e than in the editorial "column. Ail articles for publication must be ac companied by the tiue name of the author and written in respectful language and written on one side. of the >>aj:or The true m v same required as an evidence of good faith. WINNSBORO, S. C. I Weduesday, March 9. : : : L Why not drop all of our "isms?" The elimination o...

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. — 9 March 1892

iXTEi.dtfFXJK Weduesday, March 9, ; : : 1892 w - - ?r?. z.'.-'T i MAIL COLLECTIONS, Letters wiil be collected from the j Irtter boxes at 3.o0 p. in., 5.1o p. in., j a:ul 0 p. ttJ- daiiv. - w ' Now A<1 verti*eiMent<. For luteiuiaii!, W. Ci. Jordan. F For Intetidaut, II. J. McCarley. Gravelej's Best?F. W. ilnbenicbt. Pasturage?F. W. Calp, Ricfebur*, j I s-cMunicipal Election?I. N. Either?,. I -j Clerk. Special Notice ? A. Y. Milling, j > S. U. F. C. The Bargains Ilavc Arrived?Macaulay &, Turner. Nolicf ? McDonald, Doujjia^s & \ Obear, Attorneys. . - t cat? \ ?A:tvou>i (tinker the Aiiktio Glace 1 . * Finish i>r<.ccs*? wjrk. * ?The candidates were decidedly the busiest men in town Monday. vr .. .?:il ? 1 <1C ->auoil?ti -uuatw n m . open at 9 a. m. and close at 2 p. m. ? i he threntering, di?a<?re?able neither wiil prububiy not continue much iwti^er. ?The seuii-atinual exauiinati*n of applicants I'or teacher's certificates will ye held at Winnfcboro on ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 9 March 1892

-? rsr-= " TALMAGE SERMON. 1 HE BROOKLYN DIVINE PREACHES ON THE GLORIES OF RELIGION. Tiie Qaciii c5 V.'as Au.t/:u! i/i'>I:!Su*/?c?-Jicc of $clu:uu!ii 1>i:l Nat So W _ , 4? Much as me wiLvrr^u t...? Is Su e to IJe isirpristd. Brooklyn. Fel. 28.?The cormrcnntiou of the Tabeuacie this morning listened to a glowing description oi' the magnilicence ot Solomon, which Dr. Talmage likeDed to the glories of the Christian religion, which would, he said, be a surprise to all who tried it i'or themselves. Ilis text was I Kin^s, x. 7, "Behold, the half was not told me." Solomon had resolved that Jerusalem Ko tho fpntpr rif* nil sacred. rei?al OliUUIVA K/\* VUV VVkAW*. -w- _J__ aud commercial magnificence. lie set himself to work and monopolized the surrounding desert as a highway for his caravans. He built the city of Palmyra around one of the principal wells of the cast, so that all the long trains of merchandise from the east were obliged to stop tuere, pay toll aud leave part of their w...

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. — 16 March 1892

o m VOL. XLVI. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1892. NO. 31. H A BASELESS SLANDER. LAND AGENT G13BES CHARGED WITH GROSS MISMANAGEMENT. Which Ui>oj: Xi.vi frttcKtioii Proves to be | False?The? Ch;.rce Mudo by a Man With j I AVhom Col. tilbbt*. had a Fallice Out? j The Whole Story. Columbia, S. C., March 10.?The State sinking fund commission had a matter before thrm yesterday that was out of the ordinary by a grea; deal, and created a considerable st:r, not on'y on the outside, around the city. fhii Viioh j.'nap?4f?ffcr nf t.hp irpntlft man, at whom heavy charges were directed, but. inside the board as well. The matter was brought up before ' the board in the nature of ceitain ; charges of gross mismanagement in the j alfairs of the State land department on : the part of the Slate land agent. Col. ! Jas. G. Gibbts, preieried by a former 1 assistant, George T. Morrison, of | Georgetown. Xr ese charges were pub- 1 lished in the morning papers and created a great stir in consid...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 16 March 1892

f THE NEWS AND HERALD, j i'UiSLISHED EVERY X7EDNESDA Y j IIsEWS AND I1ERA LB COMPANY. j TERMS, IX ADVANCE: I ADVERTIS1SU RATES, CASH: Ona dolla' a square for the first insertion | rand Filtv Ce"ts for each subseqcnt inscr-1 tion. Special rates frr contract advcrMarriage a:id death notices free. Ilegular rates charrod for obituaries. Orders for Job Work sobered. All business communications should be addressed tc.J. Q.Da,is 01 D. G Dwipht All communication* for publication ihouid bv addressed to W. I). Douglass. This newspaper is i.ot responsible for dun vic>*o .* ?** ??*-%*%, , else than in the editorial co!u- 11. All articles for publication must be ac i companied by the true luiin? of the author and written in respectful language and written on one.side of the pa; ? r The tru* 1 name required as an evidence of ^uod faith. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, March 16, : : : I8i>2 Heed gives Crisp about as good - as he sends. The present Congress promises to j iro on record as a No-Not...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 16 March 1892

' I I f.o- Ai, INrfiMJKEMJh, Vfeduesday. March 16. : : : 1392 MAIL COLLECTIONS, Letters w;iI be collected from ti e |?-!ier Imocpk at 3 oO p. rn., 5.1o p. tn., and 9 p. ??. daiiv. Sew Advertisement*. Coffins?J. M. Eliiutt, Sr. Read and Act- Macaulay a i urner. Sheriff's Sale#? H. Y. Milling, S.F.C. * ocai ?Atwood invites all to call and ex%miue hi* Photo work. * ?Wanted?:o ieeju<t one maw who isn't a candidate for Sher iff. p ?TLe a'.t- ntion of the public is directed to J.M. Elliott's advertisement which t-ppears in this isi>nc. ?The colored Baptists are erecting j L a new church on one of the vacant lots near the reside use of Mr. Floyd Propst. ?A large party of colored emigrants v? from Virginia passed through Winusboro Friday morning bound for Georgia. j ?The Dramatic Club will shortly conainence rehearsing the play which | they have about definitely decided to J produce. ! ? Seme further improvements are! being made in the already very nn-.w?rc r?f Ihrt Winnsboro I CUIU i...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 16 March 1892

T AIM AGE'S SERMON. REFUGE OFFERED TO ALL PEOPLE BY ; THE CHRISTIAN RELIGIONThe l'aith of Jenu* la Likened to the j Cednrof Lel?iijoo, in the Shadeo! 1VIio:>e i llr.inchcrt Fowl oI Every Wias Slmll j Dwell. * ^ Br30KLYX, March 0.?Thecongrega-1 tiou at the Brooklyn Tabernacle this morning sang with fervor the hymn beginning? My faith looks up to thee Thou lamb of Calvary. Dr. Talmage's subject was the re luge offered by the Christian religion to people of all acres aed everv varietv of character. His text was Ezekiel xvii, 23, "A goodly cedar, aud under it shall dwell all fowl of every wing." The ccdar of Lebanon is a ro,-al tree. It stands six thousand feet above the level of the sea. A missionary counted the concentric circles and found one tree j thirty-five hundred years old?lone rooted, broad branches, all the year m luxuriant foliage. The same branches that bent in the hurricane that David saw twafl-i'tKirnvor T.phannn rnr-k fodnv over the head ot the American travler. This ...

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. — 23 March 1892

* ; J f- / I i YOL. XLVI. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1892. NO. 32. | - THE WORLD'S FAIR, j j Slut CONT1R BUT IONS ASKED FORTC MAKE I K A STATE EXHIBIT. j C \ 1 o'c!( An Appeal tShould Jlert With a v t Libera? Kfefrom the IVople s | dets Soath Caroli???t tf 11s* y Vnnt their Stale j K?pre*eut?-<!. | <iS t a. :S. C . March 15.?If the | .*evoulh Carolioa is not splendid'}' jsem iniifd at the World's Fair by an j C0^J - it will -io <rrea.t credit to it. the | trarhe StaU will only have them- ' ed t &'&"> of tlJarac- fiafl jngu|y those *ho Iiavc undertaken i age< 'f ih?- work hare Nrgun opera- j and bi Usj great d:?:>lay ot eccrgy and j T] ?TiabU: pr?>n}ptnesa. j togf Ii:fuiUe Ktsar*! of Mana$e:s, al ?P!K>? uc^- come to the lront , j 1: eir Itiiiic&l address to the tv'lJ >c k .iv, ij ^ar?ii2a^ antj it honed nu-nce r.ui -Ul} woman io the Slate xn(j . .?A nit><? touch?d by its patriotic wj)ii ;ho AstM ft"ork a vim aud tour clm^>&a...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 23 March 1892

g \v-s* , Sgfsg i siij|g ' .:. . ,. & 3 .-'.. _ ; 'j . - ? - . _. THE . ...\w - News and herald. ,h r * !i ^ - . _ Pi BUSKED E Y Eli Y IVEDMC-iDA T i j11 > Ml .N8WSAXDIIERA I.D C ':XPASY. I tc ?.. ? ? ! . ! l:l \ " TERUS, C. AOV l.VCi:: j rr 1 Uar. .... %ix Mont be, - - - ."A : i" - j " t ' - jc. . . - ... .-1B VftnriSlAG HATt&>. C'-l>7/; ' j tl % <?n-d?>lla a sqnstre for tli^ iirst :vsi>r?i<Mi . 5 and Kitty O ts vrearh .sub.srq :.i is-?*r-: - !ioi?t ? *>r>? ciul ruU's t\ r c??-.li.u t u ivci- sc l- " 7-. fw*. Marrujio a-i'J de.itlj n j v' l*r iuUs i-ljjr ? (i for ?ii?i lurio. ! ? Orders ft?r.???:? Work s.;J ? ; ?*u. All nn.sinrss nhic;;ti.ms s!ion'<! b?? }] acidrfc-seU t,. J. C> Da is oi 1?. G i-wi-hl L ' I T f r All <*onimunira lions for risUlictlion i < ! _. \ (.hotild !>v ;ulJr?*s?St*<l to W. ]) Ih-si'-ass. *-! ^5*" # Thi? lu-w.-.pupfr is t ot ro.-ponMblfc tor ^ opinions arnt views exptessrit s?uy where i ?*!-?? than in the ed...

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. — 23 March 1892

U ; : ?: \Vfi!iusu;i > X;:i:< !j iJ-> : I;>tiJ ? .:j. >!,?.; rricvs. I^! 'c; - v I C ' '< *!'* !!; i f ! i t r v- ::: i"1. -r.O in.. 5.15 ? :i:-. So- i! !"r' ? IJoVt Ii;!:Or A*V?fiO<J. thir1 I'jluJO:!f'huy:> with \ou but a -hori tiire. ? f of the UJfTchiriis ;:rc:.hv;<!y to got ;:i their <;!: spring . + houis uf die Peoples. i;a;;k ft iilbe flora !' h. m. t-> 2 p. it)> Jamj:s Q. Davis, Cashier. ? Teachers -IjouIiI be;::* in uiiml that a js:<rotin-jf of the Association wii! be .. hclii here oil the Jir>t Saturday of; T April. ? ("apt. I. .V Withers' fiktids will, be iHiv::,1ni ** ' thai he hein:; woiulerfullv beneiited by hi-- trip to : Florida. ? School CoRiinisMoner A. V. Mil- ; liiilf visited Mi. Zioh \\"cd:2o--<5av. Ho j * & - j spent (lie whole day i:; v5>iri:<?f the >evcr;d diilcreiit departments o? iho ! institution. - Miv ii. E. Jr., is :.ew i ? irarciiiijf through the lower ci-uu.'iooi'tiio in )h-j of ihc ^. ' J, iiif...

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. — 23 March 1892

pr (J (j. iviiVor Ui ixASiiAiN. ? DR. TALVAGE PREACHES ABOOT THE i GIANT'S BEDSTEAD. I Lessons Drawn from the Bible Ilecital of the Encounter of the Israelites with the Eleven foot Heathen Warrior?A Powerfol Sermon. Brooklyn, March 13.?Dr. Talmage gave another illustration this morniag in his sermon at the Tabernacle of his wonderful power of drawing useful, practical" lessons from" 'ah obscure text, which, to the ordinary mind, seemed incapable ot yielding any spiritual ediiicatioD. The text was Deuteronomy iii, 11: "Only Og. king of Baahan, remained of the remnant of giants; behold, his bedstead was a bedstead of iron; is it not in Kabbath of the children of Ammon? Nine cubits was the length thereof and four cubits the breadth of it." The story of giants is mixed with uiyiii. ?y iiiiaui. out vumiuvm to have been of overtowering altitude, but when in aftert:me his tomb was opened his bones indicated that he had been physically of only ordinary size. Roland the Hero was said to have...

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. — 30 March 1892

XLVI. WIMSBOKO, 8. a, WH)M>AY, MARWi 3a 1892. " NO. 38^^H ' :!.c y^mdlDJI of iftNo Dir. ct Primary Asked- A HJO|^^Hl9firapku*erv;ii; Adopitd. EjP^^KeQtiuu called by a uu:u ber of yeutlemeiKto devise some means to restore harmony^ the ranks of the DemocratpPPif ic party in South Carolina met in the * State House Mhis afternoon at five F v o'clock, and w&s called to order by General Edward McCrady, of Charleston, when Mr, Aartfn Cannon ol Laurens said: I rise to nominate for temporary chairman one who will represent . \ both the low countrv and up country. \ one who was m public life anil served | bis people well and voluntarily retired ^ \ therefrom, Hon. Samuel Dib ;le of ]ed the nomination, and ^ir. Dibble was Tile ascended to the Speaker's desk VFellow Democrats of South Carolina: I thank you tor ihe distinguished honor y<Au have conferred upon me of presidiaAover the_ temporal orga^^^^^ IflPte Km* Hpack 8?g solid K, band in Kon of our Mfcion. How gift was by ^Htfe is st...

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. — 30 March 1892

k A J HATES, ^ r On? dollai a square for the first insertion V ** and Fifty Certs for cach subsequnt insertion. Special rates for contract adver- j Marriage and death notices free. Regu- ! lar rates charged for obituaries. Btv Orders for Job Work solicited. i All business communications should be ; addressed to J. Q.Davis or 1>. G Bwipht. j fAIl communications for publication should be addressed to \V. D. Douglass. This newspaper is not responsible for opinions and views expiessed '.anywhere flte than in the editorial column, k All artielcs for publication must be accornpanled by the true name of the author anil written in rcspectful language and written on one side of the paper The true ?ara? required as an evidence of good faith, j P WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday March 30, : : e : 18^2 : The March Convention. tablished two rears age, the anting in Committee. \rhich shall be fundus ^Pofficio on the assembling of the nomi|pSpli^^ nating- convention next September. The norel state of...

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. — 30 March 1892

" V.'.J ?mm?? i r n tn?a??? j Lor A i. INTKLMGENCR.' i p VTcduesday. March 30, : : : 1882 M All. COLLECTIONS, Letters will he collected from the iKier boxes at 3.50 p. in., 5.15 p. ra., and 9 p. in. daily. i New Advertisement*. Toilet Preparations?W. E. Aiken. We Are Am nU?Ketchin & Cath ! v?n?. Exchange an<! Feed Stables?A ! v' Williford. Kentucky B?urbon, &c.?F. W. - Habenicht. Mortgages'* Laii'I Sale--W. H. Lrlcs, Attorney. Strayed or Stolen?T. P.Yoonginer, Wal[aceville, S. C. The First Annual Meeting?T. W. Lauderdale, President. Aflol ? Mr. li N. McMaster has received & photograph of the So nth Carolina w Military Academy building taken during the fi>e <>? the inst. -N't fcetrice was held at the Meihodi>i Cnnrcn Sunday morning, ilr. Weher bcin*c called <? conduct the fuueral >ervices ot Mrs. Robinson at Bethel Church. ?The old tauk, which has for a number or tears stood alon* side of the railroad opposite the residence of Mr. W. K. Doir, has been...

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. — 30 March 1892

r~\ " * - - ? * v * - . * * .. ' ' ' ^ ' *: V-'"-" r- " 'gl ' < / v "* ^ /. _ * % X. . . . * % . . , . . > * ?* . ^ "... n" * *" ; . ;# ; " y ^ "tT: - . 'i^om . / " 4 ' .^c' sou of a \. _v. 2Gred, but before j ^rustic the Philistines i ^ufa Phoenicians and Moab.rJsmonites and Edomites and j trembled. s was a lawgiver, Daniel was a f' Isaiah a courtier and Dav'd a but Amos, the author of my text, a peasant, and, as might be suped, nearly all his parallelisms are .toral, h:s prophecy full of the odor new mown hay, and the rattle of jcusts, and the rumble of carts with .heaves, and the roar of wild beasts devouring the Sock while the shepherd came out in their defense. lie watched lie herds by day, and by night inhabited a booth made out of bushes, so that through these he could see the stars all owl was mnrp far/iHinr with c~- them than we who have tight roofs to i cur houses and hardly ever see the i stars, except among the tall bnck chim^ neys of the great towns. But at sea1 s...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 24 May 1893

| : ,, -mvvKBDBfta G. WEDNESDAY, MAY 24. 1893. . s \ Oxj .iJuV ll* -TBn?TTI?: ? ? ThE BiKKUUMS MUST GO THE CHESTER CASES DECIDED IN FAVOR CF THE EVANS LAW. IDS Siaie 9upr?uiD tuun vuau.^.u?it? Oplnior, ^Vh!ch Is Cocfij^d to the Casts JBdfor? It?Th^ T?xto* :h^I>eclsJ - r Ion. v Columbia, S. C., May 16.?The agony is over. Thf deed is done, and ihe last hope of the burkeepers has faded away. What expectatio&s ther* are ia the fu * ? ? -..I ~ tutecannon o^ieiiizej uuwaiia wc ^ dispensary law goes into operation, ^ that is settled. Few, indeed, will be ^ '^_the barrooms in the State that will v Save any stock amon'h hence. The -^L ^eme Court of the State, the one X .ce where the liquor men expected to Sod comfort, has turned a cold shoulder, indeed a very cold shoulder, on the liquor iiiicteat/. By t be unanimous opinion of the Court the cases of Groeschel and Hover, who petitioned for a madamus to require the council of Chester to issue an annual license, were dismissed. The Cour...

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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