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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 10 January 1894

li VOL. XLVIIT WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1894. NO. 22. | COUNTY GOVERNMENT. w the new bill passed by the recent legislatureTbe Office ?. X Coanty Ccmm'ssloaer Abo llahed asd the Office of C auty Snpei visor Sabitituted Therefor?A Mtssare that should be Given a Fair Trial. A bill to provide a system of county government tor the several coanties of jP the State. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of South Carolina,, now met and sitting in General Assembly, and by the authority of the same: Section 1. That from and after the 1st of January, 1S95, all Acts, or sections of the General Statute relating to the election, duties, powers and rights of couEty commissioners be, and the same are hereby, repealed, except such fbpeicai Acts, Darts of Acts or sections of the General Statutes as have heretofore conferred special powers and privileges upon the county commissioners of any county, which said duuss are devolved upon the county supervisor...

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. — 10 January 1894

? BP??KM 1"^?? THE NEWS AND HERALD. P*~3LI8H?& EVERT WEDNESDAY -BY- , XEYFSANDiHEBi LD COMPANY. TZRMS.IX ADTASCK; One Yer.r, - - SI.50 j Sis Mouths, - - - - .73 i ADVERTISING RATES, CASE: "One dollar a square for the first insertion j ana t ucy v^ei*ts ior raw 3uu.->cvn?iiv . tion. Speciai rates for contract adver- j tisers. Marriage and death notices free. Regu-1 lar rates charged for ooituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. All business communications should be j ? ddrcssed to D. Or. Dwijdit. '7 All communications for publication j should be addressed to W. D. Douglass, j This newspaper is not responsible for | pinions ard views expressed anywhere I ebe than in the editorial column. Ali articles for publication must be ac?x>i i; anied by the true name of the anther and written in respectful language and ! written or one side of the paper The true auaie required as an evidence of good faith WiNNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, January 10. : : : 1894 Judge Izlak will win bis race...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 10 January 1894

H uUOAL INYEILKtEKUE. Wednesdaj*. January 10. : : : 183 bse 31 ail collectons, T -4J ?n Vva 1 ?oA fWiti* fh fi^CWCi'5 W:iJ i?? ' letter boxes at 11.25 a. aa., d.20 p. m. a Rd 9 p. rn. daily. New Advertisement*. Cologne?W. E. Aiken. Any One?McMaster & Co. Xew Year ?The "Lower Store." Notic; ?T. W. Woodward, W. R T. X. L.?T. X. L. Company, Co?-\iajor and Mrs. Pagan are botfc cot-fined to bed with la grippe. ' "T "* 1 ?111. W ?Mt. Zion opened weaaesuav wua I & vory full attendance. Several new pupils liave been enrolled. Bfo ?We are glad to hear that Robt. A. HeiTon, who came up from Sumter tick, is improving very much. Hg? ?Dr. R. A. Buchanan is cunfioed to bis bed with grippe. Mr. Jno. P. SmT Mvuhews kas the grippe al?i>. ?There are twenty-one prisoners W in jiil, including the two Atkinsons. V Their attorneys are making efforts in the Supreme Court for a new trial. ?School Commissioner Milliug in forms us that every school in the B county is open at present except i5ear &...

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. — 10 January 1894

?Bimi'i 'fc mm I.linn lira?aaa-wcwiam blocking" business! REPUBLICAN FILIBUSTERS ASSISTED 3Y DEMOCRATS. CatchSogrj" Keholutioa Providing for Immediate Consideration of the Bill I\sls for Lick of a Qaoruui~A l{!us Ou'.liok. Washington, Jan. 5.?The filibustering of the last two days had the effect or bringing a large attendance to the House today. In spite of the rainy weather, there whs a crowd m the galleries, and there appeared to be a pretty full representation on the iioor. The Democratic side of ths chamber was far from ovenbwing, although Col. Ike Hill, the assistant sergeant-atyrrr.; xhn is ireuerailv known as the Democratic "whip," had succeeded, as he thought, in securing the attendance of twenty-eight Democrats who had been absent yesterday. Immediately alter the reading of yesterday's journal, Boutelle tried to resume his tactics of yesterday and the day before, iiy his efforts to obtain consideration l'or his Hawaiian resolution. he precipitated a sharp contest with the S...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 17 January 1894

I ' V t VOL. XLVII1. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1894. NO. 23? I LAST WEEK IN WAGNER. f A GRAPHIC STORY OF THE BOMBARDMENT OF THE FORTDiary of Lien*. Col. J. G. Fressiey, Com mandiaz Xwenty-fif'h Son*.- Carolina Volnnteeis In the Fort r>arJuc the L-tat Week of the Bombardment. To the Editor ofThe Xews and Courirer: In tbe account of the unveilics of E? tbe monument to the Confederate dead, erected by the ladies ot Orangeburg County, published in The Xews and Courier of October 19, 1S93, your Co lumbia correspondent used tbe following language in reference to tbe EdiSto HifiesandtheSt. Matthew's Riflss, two compamies of the 25th Sonth Ca>olina volunteers, which I bad the honor to lead in more than one bloody engsge, ment in the civii war, in which theso k companies covered themselves with j glory and were conspicuous in winning undoing fame for tbe whole regiment. 'r" Ko tin r\f* Xou say: "iney were m ue w?w? Secessionville m June, 1SG2, and in I8G3 served in garri...

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. — 17 January 1894

THE NEWS AND HERALD. Pf3Lt8H?B EVERY WEDNESDAY v v =?: U A. J, NETTS AXD.HER1 LD COMPANY. TERMS, IK ADTAXCE: One Year, - - $I,.>o Six IHoatlis, .... .75 ADVERTISING RATES. CASH: On* dollar a square for the first insertion and Fifty Certs for each subsequnt insertion. Special rates for contract adver tiSv'IS. Mki ! and death notices free. Regular rrtM s charred for obituaries. Orders for Job Work soiici*ed. Ail Hi^iness communications should be a i dressed to 1). O Dwipht. A" communications for publication Should bi/ addressed to \V. !>. Douulass. Thi> m-wspap^r is not responsible for pinions ui'd views expressed anywhere eise thd.ii in the editorial colu n. All articles for publication must be ac ooiupanied by the true name of the author aud written in rcspectful language and written on one side of the paper The true fiame required as an evidence of good faith WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, January 17. : It is hoped that as Speaker Crisp has <jot Mr. Boutelle in his seat he...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 17 January 1894

m* MM LNTELLieEiNCK. _ k Wednesday, January 17. : : : 1884 MAIL COLLECTORS, 8^ hewers will be collected from the Isfer boxes at 11.25 a. ca., 5.29 p. m.3 a hc 9 p. m. daily. IMPORTANT NOTICE! k Persons indebted to The New* and Hejuld for job woik, advertising or f subscription to the paper are requested to raake prompt settlement. Accounts K which are now dtie must be paid at j once. We dislike to be persistent ** * " ? 3 ~ U*** T-rr* rr?Q V 'dunneiv, out iu orun ta.u ^ close 1S93 accounts as quickly as possible, this repuest i-? made. Sew Advertisements. Sheriff's Sale?R. E. Ellison, S.F.C. Clerk's Saie-R. H. Jennings,Clerk. L Garden Seed ? Winnsboro Drug P Store. : oc;il Ki ler* ? Mr. W. J. Johnson, of Ridgewar, is confined to bed wiih grippe. ?For fine garden seed read the n?w ad. of the Winnsboro Drug Store. ? Times are hard, but what else can v.** Ao^nip a whole do but farm. tliV /W^*v ?*? I ? Mr. Holbrook Rion has been conL fine..: to the house for several weeks. * ?Mr. J. F. ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 17 January 1894

LAST WEEK IX WAGNER. [CONTINUED FKOU PAGE ONE.] In tfceir laces ann a uisc;!arge <ji grapand canister from the eieven-:neh guns on tbe parapet of Grc^s. X >t a man landed. Their boat-j pushei oii'ia jonfu3*ion, returuie^, as they left, a desultory li'e. They were soon out of s:cht in the darkness. We i; si one man belonging to Company E, who was killed by the sabot of a shot from one or th gun3 of Gre^sr, iired over the heads of our men on t?;e baash. It was very hard to depress these <:un3 sufficiently to make them very effective* The battery had not been constructed with the expectation of an attack from that direction. Iiwas appa:cat that it would not be practicable to keep the whole force on the parapet c.i wasner lo-msm us usuai It was determined io rcruce it as much as at all consistent with prudence, and depend on getting the baianc? of the garrison in position m t:cie to meet an as- j sault. should the at'enjpt one. j The men were directed to protect ihc u. selves a...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 24 January 1894

fc | __^ L YOL.XLYIII. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1894. 24 | TO FIGHT IN THE WOODS THE LAST RESORT OF THE SPORTS IN FLORiDA. Final Manifesto of the EuvhI Aiblcllc Clu5?Corbett atd Mitchell to Meet Coder a Ttnt?Auihorr.J? s on tie Alert. k Jacksonville, Fia., Jan. 17?The ^ fight "will not take place in Duval county unless the courts restrain the sheriff. Sheriff Brownard declares. that he will obey the Governor. There has been a good deal of guessing as to what the sheriff would do amoDg those who did not know him. Some say that he would see his lawyers and do what they told him to do; others said that he would not interfere, because his lawb jers had already told him that he ^ would lay his bondsmen liable to a suit j ror damages ana man ne wouiu ujsubey ihe Governor to protect them. The sheriff does not believe that there is any danger of a suit for damages in (case he interferes, and that if time does develop a case that it wiil practically amount to only a farce, be...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 24 January 1894

THE NEWS AND HERALD. P V3LISBE9 B VER 7 WBDNESDA 7 ?BY?3 XEWS ANJKIERi LD COMPANY. TERMS, IX ABVAXC1: One Yei?r, ... . SI.50 Six Months, .... ,75 VEIITIS1NG RATES. CM&ff: One ?i(?l!ar a square for the first insertion and Fi'.ty Certs for each subsequnt insertion. Special rates for contract advertisers. Mania<ie and death notices free. Regular rat?-s charged for obituaries. ViU^iO 1V1 y Vk/ T T v*l? iTVAiViVW* All I nsiness communications should be ? ddres>id to D. G-. Dwipht. SSiA.ll communications for publication should be addressed to W. D. Douglass. This newspaper is not responsible for pinions and views expiessea anywhere else than in the editorial column. Ail articles for publication must be accompanied by the J rue name of the author and written in respectful language and written on one side of the pa:>er The true aame requirecasan evidence of good faith ixrTvrv;cT?rn?r* Q r* \ v u> v/? Wednesday, January 24. : : : 1894 Old Bre'r Rabbit, he lay down in the grav...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 24 January 1894

/ jm *? uOOAL INTELLIGENCE. We.in?siay. Jannary 24>. : : : 1894 |p> Ser.r Advertisements. Freth Garden Seed?McM aster & Globe Phosphate Co.?J. M. Stewart, Agent. Notice to Creditors?Glenn W. Kags-! dale, Assignee. L.ocal Ui ier? ?"R*I1? Pin.kf- i.-. the old c?t?k at the Duval House, died Sunday night. L ? We are glad to see Mr. Holbr?ok T Rion is able to be out on the streets ' agt.in. ?Mr. W. H. MeGill, formerly o: this county, has moved from Leona, 'IV.-Hi, t > Palestine in the sauie State. ?Te regular annual meetiag of Mt. Zion society will take piace in Town Hall Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. ;? ?Owing to increase of business the County Commissioners will meet every 1 Tuesday until they catch up with their work. ?Mr. J. O. Boag wauts his fiiends to know that he is very gratefal to them for their assistance at the fire on Tuesday night. ? ?The Watetee Prize Ciub will meet for the purpose of reorganizing, on next Friday at the residence of Mi*. Hugh S. "VVylie. ?We ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 24 January 1894

p , ! i,i 111 i ir- ii ?** r vk ; ? p, ' v ifi p>-" *5 MQ-h?- >" WAS RHV- DR-j . -r , it , "i. -a r-T t!!\r>iV. S A Oiif-i. i.*nC?? t; ti : r. v r. O <1 F *;-h ouecJ j M >tb*r? l: *? o.'j K-isy, Coinfurthh\? II.1 .*. ?I WaI'Ick >t- th?- "aI?C! W'|i (inv F I. v< ti O Bkook lyx, .Jir. 14 ? This novel ao <i unique au;j-c was presented by I^r. Talmaire t- is Torenowi to the usual tbrocsstcD'Adiair the largest Protestant ?V?v?fr?h iti 4 rm POTH-r \Df\ led by or^u i an ; c <rr.e?. sar,^ a gcepel h^mu to ti e o: -Hmii';. ir'svcet Home." Tex\ v. 28, -'The mother ci if's--ra locked out at a window." Spike-i to the crc,u2-.j cf Jael's tent j lay the d^ad c uauder ia c?iief of the CaDaanitish hos% General 6 sera, not tar from tie river Ivsuoa, which was ooly a dry bed of ptbvles when in 1889, ' in FaiesViit*, we erosse i It, but the sullies aud ravines wh'ch ran Into it. indicated the possibility cf freshets I'.k ? the one at the time cf the test. General Slscra bad ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 31 January 1894

g- , ^ - ?- _ ' * W| a VOL. XLVIII. WINNSBOKO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1894. NO. 25. - A RIOT IN CHARLESTON."] THE STATE CONSTA3LES SAVED BY THE POLICE Frcm a Hody cf Anfcry Ci:!z??8, Who "Wanted to LtccIi Them?Oae Man Wcanded?A Lawyer Sei>t to the StHt'on | Hoa?f. CkafwLestox, S. C.. Jan. 25.?The j prediction that the enforcement cf the , amended Dispensary Act would result in bloodshed was very nearly verified yesterday afternoon, when Vanderhorst street was packed with a crowd of citizeDS angered at a flying rumor that one of the constables, while raiding the grocery store of H. Xcite, at 26 Vandorhors't street, had struck the wife of the proprietor. The charge was one which never fails to excite the righteous indignation of men to the ~ * v j ih -?c \ WgBSSL pilULI, itLlU WUCU IU IW AO UUV.VU the animoc'ty which is directed towards the lav*" and the bitter hatred with which trie constables are regarded by many people^there is little wonder that the passion of the crowd ...

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. — 31 January 1894

THE NEWS AND HERALD. P V3LI83-E2 E VER 7 WEDXESDA 7 -ST-KSVS AND1HERALD COMPANY. TERMS,'IX ADVANCK; One Year, ... . $1.50 Six.Months, .... .75 -4i> VERTIiSING RATES. CMSff; Cellar a square for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each subsequnt insertion. Special rates for contract advertisers. Ma-ria.^e and death notices free. Regular rates charged for ooituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. This newspaper is not responsible for opinions and views exptessed janyvrhere else than in the editorial column. All articles for publication must be ac oompan;cu oy tne True name 01 iuc <sutu?u aud written in rcspectful language and written on on? side of the paper The true name required as an evidence of good faith All communicatsons?editorial, business or local?should be addressed to The x*ws a.sd herald co. W. D Douglass, Editor. Jas. q. Davis, Business Manager. W. J. Eli.ioxt, Local Manager. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday, January 31. ; : : li$y4 All communications scut this paper,...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 31 January 1894

^ uOOAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday. January 31. : : : ISM K?iw Advertisements. Fire Sale?Caldwell & Ruff. To Applicants?A. T. Milling, 5&. C. Dental Surgeon?Dr. David Aiken. Times Are Hard?Wiunsboro Drug Store. Assignee's Sale?Glenn W. Ragsdale, Assignee. * r% r> m riK^ T>,1 J>0:ice ? O. Vjt. tuiiiiam, v^uiu. x?u. Co. Cocrs. Seaied Bids?B. G. Tennant, Cbra Bd. Co. C'>:n. Notice to Creditors?J. E. Douglas*, Blackstock, S, C. Horse* and Males lor Sale?Glenn W. Ragfida!e, Assignee and Agent. Loch! V l-I? ?The Pension Board met Monday, bat the resuit couid not be reached thai day. ?TV. IS. Doty & Ce. killed twentysix hogs on Thursday. The cold wave fast hit them right. ?Subscribe tor Tiie News and 11KUALD 11 you want 10 jk.uy?t t*h<ai o going on around you ? Susan Johnson, a colored pauper, died at the poor house last week. She had beeu an inmate for three years. ?Notices of meetings of religious aad benevolent societys will be cheerfully inserted by us without c...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 31 January 1894

w: g&c: ? P W-* At iiifc iABkMaCLF. i i I REV. L?R. TALMAGE PREACHES UPON "THE 3AK= -iRM OF GODGod. did sot so Much *? Lift a FXnz?-r to Br'ng forth 1.1th'? \ Srupendous I'ndert*klDg?N?-ed "f Bare Arms*. Brooklyn, Jan: 21?Singularly aDprt>pri?:t Hue' impretsive was the old got-p;! t'ja-n as it ws? snD* tbis morning bv ibe thousandsoi Brooklyn TaberLacled, led ou by cornet aod orsan: Arm of the Lord, awake! awaked! Put on thy strength, the nations shake. Rt-v. Dr. Tslm&L'e ux>k lor his subject "The Bare Artr^of God," the text, being Isaiih in. 1U, "ine Liora nam maae oare i his boly arm." It almost lakes cur bieath away to read some of ibe Bible imagery. There is such boldness of metaphor in my text that I have btea for some time aettiog m?' ccHr&ge up to preach from it. Isaiah, the evangelistic prophet, issoanding the jubilate cf cur planet redeemed aud cries out. "The Lord hath made bare bi3 boly arm." What overwhelming sus^tstiveness in that hgu^e of speech, '*Tc...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 7 February 1894

- ~ wixxsboko. s. c., Wednesday, February 1894. so. 20V ()L. JVL. \ jtll. ? ?? ? I PASSED BY THE HOUSFT] THE INCOME TAX GOtS THROUGH! AS AN AMENDMENT i TotheTiirrlJ Zill? M*ny Ainendmerts to | the Internal Kivstu? General De- j bate Closed Yesierday, Washington, Jan. 30.?The House j very promptly went into committee of i m the whole to consider the tariff bill this j morning on motion of Richardson cf j Tennessee, having dispensed with the ! call of commiiteas for reports. | The consider 4 ion of the ineome tax j bill whs resunrcd acd Cover': (Dem) of I New York, took up the thread cf his armament againsi. iH> declared that j tbe oil! extremely sectional in if3 | provisions and would . bear with par-1 tir?in<ar cpror-i'v on North and Ease. j Cox (Deta.) of Tennessee, spoke ia I defense or the income tax. ^ Bartleti (Dem.) of X??w York, in dep nouDCing tne bin, said it was pruposed I by a branch of the Democratic party I wbich affiliated with tbe Populist party and demanded the...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 7 February 1894

?eo?--rtn v-ii ,-r.rf fl?a?a??? THE NEWS AND HERALD. PU3-LI6H-EB EVERY WEDNESDAY -ST-;. mrSXND;HERA LD COMPANY. TEKJtS.'i^ ABVAXCE; One Year, ... SI.05 Six Moaths, .... .75 A? VERTIS1NQ RATES. CASE: Si One ?.?llai a square for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each subsequnt insertion. Special rates for contract advertisers. Mairiage and death notices free. Regular rates charged for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. This newspaper is not responsible for pinions acd views exptessea ^anywhere ebt than in the editorial column. All articles for publication must be accompanied by the true name of the author *nd written" in rcspectful language and written on or.o side of the paper Tnetrue tarns required as an evidence of good faith AH communicatsons?editorial, business or local?should be addressed to The News axd Herald Co. W. D Douglass, Editor. J as O. Davis. Business Manager. W. jT'Eli.iott, Local Manager. WINNSBORO, S. C. Wedn?sday. February 7. : : : lsyi "Plow on boys,...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 7 February 1894

- u AL iy{ hi,LliTK>Uh ^ \V< inesday. Febraary 7. : : : 18?4 mb MAIL COLLECTION?. i^P i.ewers will be collected f'row n.e J?t-^r boxes at 11.10 a. m. and 9 p. m. goi*g south, and 5.50 p. tu. 9 p. > i. going north Jie?. Advertisement*. Big Sale?J. L. Mimnangh. Siash?T. H. Ketchin & Co. New Firm?A. B. Catbcart. I.&sup* Will Explode?McMasterr & kCo A Great Ooporlauity?Caldwell & RaJ. | Final Discharge?T. K. Elliolt,Guar: diau. Dissolution ?f Copartnership?M. A. Parker Sons k Co. Final Discharge ? Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, Administratrix. t>oc&l Ui iris ?A round dozen new subicribers. w Hare another saleday. ?"Our man about town" has gotten ^^"back to Irishtown. He has moved to I: the Jordan house. ?We are glad to see Mr. J. B. Turner out again. He has been quite unwell for several weeks. ?Mr. W. D. Wylie killed two wild turkeys on last Tuesday. One weiged seventeen and the other eighteen pounds. p ?The police were notified Friday eveuing that some parties ne...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 7 February 1894

f AT 1HK TABKMACLF. L>R. TALMAGE PREACHES A SERMON OF REMARKABLE POWER. Ad Old-FahlOEed Plea Coucbed in Sarpa*sirg Eloquence?The Feast Proposed by Divine Power An Earnest Peroration. Brocklyn, Jan. 28.?The usual larse audience assembled in the Taber Bade today and listened to a sermon oi remarkable power and interest by liev. Dr. Talmage, the subject brios ' Festivity." The text selected was Luke xiv, 17, "Come. lor ail things are now ready." It was one oi the mcs: e-xciting times in English history wben Queen Elizi. bath visited Lord Leicester at Kenilwsrth castle. The moment of her arrival was considered so important thai all tbe clocks cf the cas'-le were stopped, so that the bands might point to that one moment as being the mo3t sign'Scant oi all. She was greeted to the irate floating islands and torches and the tl-uuder of c.-.roon and Siewcrks that set the mgnt ablaze, and a great burst of muvc that lified the whole scene into perfeel enchantment. Tnea she was jntrcducec in...

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