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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 15 August 1894

^fpim t ' 'Mm X WINNSBOKO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1894. NO. 1. HHHBRmrson meeting. ONE OF THE LARGEST HELD DURING P* THE CAMPAIGN. V Evans ?od Elleibe Oo Jor Kuch Otbir k and Ili?lr PHrtlzai-s App'.iuirt Th?m~ ^Tbe Senatorial Cami!d&t? s ate Very Mild. ANDEP.SON, S. V., August. 7.?Two thousand Qve hundred people sat on an i old cotton platform, with a contingent perched in the trees near by, to near and whoop up the day's performance, jfll Ellerbe gave Evans a sheolic drubbing, r and the slight but manifest preponderance of the crowd was apparently in sympathy with him. The two elements were not altogether friendly with esch other, and they howled mutually and all in a jumble in entertaining antagonism. Governor Tillman spoke last, t The candidates, without exception, had & departed, leaving the field to him, tbe reporters and the unanimous, voluble and jolly Tillman boys. About 500, however, of tbe audience had left. The B Governor and the remainder had a royBr al old...

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. — 15 August 1894

*~?TTi - ?a^? THE N KWS AN 0 HKKAI-U. j HJMIGD EVRIZY WEDNESDAY -- tV ;; vu\rj.:[SR*ii()company. ! : c't^. ? i A (>:?* V?-: r. - - - #r.->0 Six .MI>h*!U? - .?5 * ... A!) VKHTISIXU KATKb. 6'ASH: On i <t square for the tirsl insertion An ? i-'uty O* ts or -:ie!i subseqaut isiseri.? s. r ites for contract advert is :fv ;. i i ii ?,ioe'? free. Regul a-'H' -s .-:i :f -.! [ >;' o->itu tries. Oftl *r> f??r Job Worfc-soiicited. This newspaper is <ot responsible for piii!o:is :tt?i vie-a.-> expressed anywhere lii; Mum in t'?e edi?or: u colnum. AM for p:i'.?:;cu'..ion must be ac? ) :iti.tI :?y ti:?* " tie nam-* of the author * is i v. r i?*n in r sju?t:tt'ui language and dr.:,::. .>.1 >;<! ; ?t" ilir* jm. * !'. The true it n -v j ih\? (.t^ i!i (*vj<lM:i';e of noOd faith * " business local?sii-mld b? addressed to The .? t:\vs ,\n'u uek.vl <o. \V. I) l)ougl>.\>s, Editor. J as Q. I'avis, Treasurer. W. J El.i.iott, Business Manager. VVINNSBORO, S. C...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 15 August 1894

mblligenoet" _ b 15. : 1894, KCTION.?. ^bllected from the H. in. and 9 p. ou K) p. ui. and 9 ^etiicht. Mbcart. store." Hennings, Cierk. gfor lleprescniaDaTis.and m Dou^'ass, Geo. L. ^W^neavT Road Overseers?B. G. Teniunt, ' Chairman. Newbjrry College?Ilev. G. \V. Hol&:id, Presidaut. Barium Springs Mineral Water? ! " " i r . >Y. nuuciiiuui. Managers of Election?J. W. Lyles, County Chairman. Doe West Female College?Mrs. L, M. B )Hner, Principal. Letters of Administration?S. R. Johnston, Judge of Prwba:e. l. <?ca.l Untr< ? Sheriff Ellison has made all prea parations for the execution of the B Atkinsons on Ftidav. V ?Mr. T. II. Ketchin has the finest Bk tomatoes we have seen; the largest K one weighed 17 ounces. Pf ? Airs. Joel Ashford left a vegetable W peach at the Winnsboro Drug Store. * We did not get to see it when it first came and it was somewhat shriveled. Bot it has a very sweet fUvor and is ?i.i l-~ ? ntn-idiil fi-nU -far nre bftlU IU JV? u> ej/iv..%?(?? v.,, ??...

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. — 15 August 1894

F; e gr; WISHES OF ALL AGES. a I asked a little child one day- p A child Intent on joyous play; "My little one, pray tell me . V J.ovaff uricVi- ivll at miV it h#*0 1 vm UCftXCOb n WW) 4 The little one thought f?r a while, Then answered, with a wlstfnl smile: 1 "The thing that I wish most of all 8 Js to be big, like you, and tall." ? 1 asked a maiden, sweet and fair. With dreamy eyes and wavy hair: % "What would you wish, pray tell me true, I That kindly fate should bring to you?" ? With timid mien and downcast eyes j And blushes deep and gentle sighs, t Her answer came: "All else above . I'd wish some faithful heart to love." I asked a mother, tried and blest. 1 With babe asleep upon her breast: t "Oh, mother fond, so proud and fair. , What is thy inmost secret prayer?'' She raised her calm and peaceful eyes, Madonna-like up to the skies: \ "My dearest wish is this," said she, "That God may spare my child to me." I Again, I asked a woman old, To whom the world seemed hard and cold:...

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. — 22 August 1894

f VOL. XLIX WINNSBOKO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1894. NO 2. I EYANS AN EASY WINNER. " ONLY GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANTGOVERNOR NOMINATED. The Alliance Demands and Tillman Both ? . in 1 jive tor the [ ?OQOrKU*l.igi>v?., f Nominees and a Regular Love Feast All - Around. ^ Columbia, S C.,Aag.lG.?The State Reform nominating convention was the great event of interest in South Carolina yesterday. It was all Evans from jump to finish. John Gary Evans was nominated for Governor by an overwhelming vote, and Dr. Timmerman was declared the nominee for Lieutenant-Governor by acclamation, but no State ticket was put up,though it came dangerously near winning. Altogether, the convention was one of the largest bodies that ever gathered In Columbia, and more business was done in the same length of time than I at any of the conventions of recent L jearsl While most of the talkers were wan thou mannered to make things FHT uo n uivu^vuv^ ?..W..WQ?exceedingly lively and interesting. It was 12.13 o'c...

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. — 22 August 1894

Bp THE NEWS AND HERALD. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY ?"Y? li'vVS .LVD.HERA LD COMPANY. r ADVA.NCE: One Yecr, ... $J.>0 Ci- AT,?ii t li v . .... .75 I 1 /' I'i-SUi is,'.\a IiAT&W 0.1 $11: , On> dollai a square for the first insertion x nl Kit ty Ce~ts tor each subsequnt inseri??:i. -Sii-cia! rates for contract adver t is.*r . _ aJ. :. ici^c arid death no'iues free. Kegul ar rites rharjied for ouituaries. Ur.li-rs for Job Work solicited. This m-w>papt*r is not responsible for I* if-jiis ai"i views KXpiessea anywhere ! >? Mmti isi the c.!ir<.ri:tl Column. Ail articles lor puoiirat ?>n must be acr't r> r <? !?y me itue iuuiik tu wic ?uuiv> nd urif.en in respectful language and I'll leti on one aide of the p?i. ^r. The true :rn?* tv jnir-id as >tn evidence of good faith Ail co umunicatsons?editorial, business local?should be addressed to The a ?ws axd iieral > Co. \V. L> uouglass, Edito.\ J as Q. Davis, Treasurer. W. J. Elliott, Business Manager. ? iV...

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. — 22 August 1894

K * I L9C.IL INTELLIGENCE. ~ B Wednesday, Ang-ust 22. : : : 1894. I MAIL COLLECTIONS. I Letters will be collected from the 1-tter boxes at 11.20 a. m. and 9 p. m. V gjing south, and 5.30 p. m. and 9 p. id. going north. S^w Advertisement*. ^ Saturday, lSth August?F. W. llabeuicht. Cotambi* Female College?Rev. Jm?. wr A. Rice, President. J A Reason Why?Carolina Buggy Co., Yorkville, S. C. Letiers of Administration? S. R. Johnston, Judge of Probate. Uocal "i let* | ?School trustees who want teachers ' should write to A. Y. Milling, School ~~ Commissioner. J ?The Fairfield Rifle Guards provided a spleudid hash diuner at Monticello and netted about 812 thereby. ?Alcohol lias advanced five cents per gallon at the dispensary. The sale of 80 pir cent One X liquor is on the increase. ?Tbe work on Mrs. Lizzie Stevenson's house is progressing very well. The chauge in construction will make a great improvement on the old building. ^ ?There will be a series of meetings at Mt. Moriali Baptist Chu...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 22 August 1894

it . OF A HEART. Dear heart?dear heart! the sweetest heart r.hat ever Gave one quick throb for me' I do pray God that your kind steps may never In paths of darkness he! Eut if they were?O, dearest eye of blue: I would walk there through all my life for you! Dear heart-dear heart: the gentlest heart, that, beating, Felt for my heait one day! I trust that there shall be a tender meeting For our hearts, far away! But if there should not?O' my love, my dear! Since you were happy, I the grief would bear! 00 THYSELF NO HARM. Kvr. Or, Tolmace Discourses Upon the Evils ot Snlclde. Brooklyn, Aug. 12.?Rtv. Dr.Tuimage, who is now abroad, has selected as the subject for today's sermon through the prees the wcrd "Suicide," the test being Acts, 27, 28: "He drew out bis sword and would have killed himself, supposing that the prisoners had been fled. Bat Paul cried with a loud voice, saying, Do thyself no harm." Here is a would fce fucide arrested in his deadly attempt. He wa3 a sheriff, and accord...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 19 September 1894

VOL. XLIX. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1894. NO. 6. |j r.;. ' . |p BOODLE HUNTERsT \ THAT IS ABOUT WHAT THE GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC IS. They Complain About the Hard Requirement?, and Crlt-'clae Congress and the South for their Attitude on the Pension jawriuiii L Pittssukg, Ta., Sept. 12 ?The deleBl gates to the National Encampment of V the G. A. R. got down to a solid busiH ness basis this morning. While 200,000 Hf persons have left the city since the last H old soldier passed in review yesterday, Hf there are still 200,000 strangers in town, B a majority of whom will stay until Satn urday and Sunday, while some remain V even longer. The national encampgjfc. merit opened this morning in the new M Grand Opera House. The commanderW in-chief and delegates were welcomed f on behalf of the Citizens Executive Board by Chairman Daniel C. Ripley rand, also, by W. C. Quincy, chairman ~ of the committee on invitations and reception. Governor Patterson welcomed them on behalf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 19 September 1894

' 1 THE iN w .V S AND HERALD.; l'l::iUAilIC!) I'iV/'JHY WEDNESDAY ! - K v's.lVii.HRS.* Li)COMPANY, i ; M1.\ l> VANCK: - S'."o viit; xvc Six Months, - ,75 !/? rtfgZ'/.s/.VG RAT lib. CASH: ' ':i doila; a square for the first insertion i i ! oV ts .or each subseq-uit uneri >n. J>j)>-ci.ii rates for contract advert: at-. i.n: .itj'5 death ji ?>ice> free. liej;ul .i.' -;t;> > ?:5ur ?;d for obituaries. Jrders i'ui Job Work .> ?i:CiVtl. This ni-wspap. r is not responsible for r jnotiJ ai"i vjca's e.\*i>?essea anywhere iWtluii in the editorial colum n. Ail jatioles for j;u!>tie:tti. ti must be aco by rue >iue unm** ol the author ' :i<!' wrdfeii iii r'specif u I language and K'Vc'.i on om ?idt* *?! ihe pa,* r. I he tru*1 < 1 ?v.s?i. :i !V:},ur?.iMS>lU HViUi'ijirt* 01 umm All cv i.muuica?soiis?e.tiiorial, l?U!?iness local?should be addressed to The .<?\vs asl> hkkal. ' W. I> l.'ougla.-s, Edito.-. J as Q. !>avis, Treasurer. w.j k i-licit...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 19 September 1894

^v-ss-w.-- . ^ J ; * 1 lw^ ^,oAh i LH?EN(jR- _ ^ Wednes lay. September 19. : : 1H94 mk MAIL COLLECTION.'?. Letters will be collected from the Hta 1-tter boxes at 11.20 a. ui. and 9 p. m. going souit?, and 5.30 p. m. and 9 m p. m. going north. Siew A(lT?rtliMiinenU. Sk Stolen?Sitaer. McInto?b. Just Received?A. B. Cathcart. $25,0G0-Q. D. Willlford, Manager. Opened Today?F. W. Habenicbt. M* House and Lot for Sale? W. N. P An Ordiuance?J. E. McDonald, In* teudant. "The Iiub"?John A. Desportes, If. .tVLaiiagci * ocal JCii*r* ?Do you want a good photo? Call K on Hennics? * |k| ?Don't forget the County Institute. H? It will open October 10th and close on Hfe the evening of the 12th. ?Tim Fairfield Oil &'.d Fertilizer Company have pnt in some new rnaB|| chinery. They will commence work ? Mr.C. H. Scinsrgs has been quite HI sick wiih h congestive chill, but i* bet< ter. lli? sons, Warren and Rev. T. W. a KAth hpAti nn to see him. "64-> ?-??? -r -- ?Mr. A. B. Cathcart is calling att...

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. — 19 September 1894

f SEPTEMBER. The fields and meadews paling | Lie 'neath the hazy sky; The thistle-down is sailing i>y zepnyrs siowiy uy. The stales of stubbie bleaching Beneath September's sun, Seem silently now teach ing Of rest when labor's done. . The golden-rod, bright gleaming Above the parched sod, Is surely sent, the seemiDg Of the golden things of of God. The katj-dids are calling, In a sccial sort of a way, To leam what is befalling j The neighbors cross the way. I Communist like, the blackbirds r: : Hold meetings every night, As though the world went backwards, h; And they must set it right. The apples fast are falling From heavy laden boughs; > The milkmaid's faintly calling 'Cross the meadows for the cows. Tr " The milking-stool is ready Astride the barnyard gate; The cows come slow and stea dy, Like messengers of Fate. And soon, in silence sleeping, Master and maid and herd Beneath Cxod's Kincuy Keepu-g Will rest?as on his word. sg: So may this mild September I With its pictures ...

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. — 26 September 1894

^ VOL XLIX. WINNSBOBO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1894. NO. 7. 1 DEMOCRATS IN COUNCIL FULL PROCEEDINGS OF THE STATE f CONVENTION HELD WEDNESDAY. A Plttlorm Adopt? d KadorsJnjc the Na tlonal Platform atd the Platforms of 1890 and 1S92?Ntmea of the Lucky Candidates. Columbia, S. C., Sept. 20.?The . Democratic State Convention met yes terday morning in the State House at ten minutes past twelve o'clock and K ' was called to order by State Chairman Irby, who requested Rev. V S. M. Smith to open the proceedings with prayer. Hon. 0. H. PatterBft sen, of Barnwell, was elected temporary Bi chairman, and Me3ses. H. H. Branson BjL and F.M. Mixson were elected tempo pr rary secretaries. The work of calling P the counties and enrolling tie delegates was the first business and it was .quick ily disposed of. The roll was made up without contests of any kind. Consequently no committee on credentials was appointed. The election ot permanent officers was next in order so soon as the roll was co...

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. — 26 September 1894

Jv " j ' / . 7FjYE? NEWS AND HERALD. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY -syK Ar$ .VNT!)JII?RA LI) COMPANY. in AUVASCK: Oue Veer, ... SI.-10 Six Mouths. .... ,*o -It' VKltTlSlA'Q RAT Kb. CASH: 0:1?; dollar a square for the first insertion a-i-l Fiity Ce^ts for each subsequnt inseriou. special rates for contract advert Uvrs. Mat .?nd death notices free, llegu1 ar rates charged for obituaries. uruers lur <juu vvoi k suixi eu. This newspaper is not responsible for p':iuons ai'<l views expsessed anywhere lse than in the editorial column. All articles fur publication must be accompanied by the 'rue of the author " ud written in respectful language and ait ten on oneside of the p.i|-er. The true am-; required as an evidence, ot good faith Ail co.innunicatsons?editorial, business local?should be addressed to The .??\vs AND llEKAL > (,\). W. D Douglass, Editor. J as Q. Davis, Treasurer. W. J. Elliott, Business Manager. XVINNSBORO, S. C. Wcdues lay. September 26. : : ltJili Dr. "Woodrow's Sta...

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. — 26 September 1894

% ? T. if.A i M KLi.itThxMJK. Wednesday, September 26. : : ]tfy4 V 31 All. COLLECTIONS. [Hp Letters will be collected from the letter boxfs at 11.20 a. m. and 9 p. tn. S going1 south, and 5.30 p. m. and 9 h p. in. going north Sew Advertl?eiuent?. The Place?McMaster & Co, ^ Notice?A. Y. Milling, S. C. F. C. Fresb Norfolk Oysters?F. W llabWL enicht. ? Exchange and Feed Stables?A. Williford, Agent. W Locwl Vri.-r< ?Mr. J. O Bos.g has finished repairing hi* *tore front and everything is in readiness for trade. lie has a complete line of new millinery and requests vou to inspect it. lie lias rekv ceisrod a large shipment of Chicago Cottage Organs which he says he will P?jy sell at a bargain. BE ?Tbe enterprising firm of Mc\Ia?ter & Co. arc calling your attention to various things in their line. They j Bk have prepared for men ??f all stages in life?school books fur the young-, physic for the middle-aged and hair 9k renewer for the old. Read for >our selves and give them a c...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 26 September 1894

?~- : ?>*(S*fe?-VVv''* *' " * * * T<" ??, mm i GO, LOVELY ROSE. "GOj lovely rose! < Tell her that wastes her time and me, That now she knows , When I resemble her to thee, How sweet and fair she seems to be. "Tell her that's youn<j, Ar.d sh ins to haye her graces spied, That hadat thou sprung In deserts, where no men abide, Ihou must have uncommended died. "Small is the worth Of beauty from the light retired; Bid her come forth, Suffer herself to be desired, And not blush so to be admired. "Then die! that she The common fate of all things rare May read in thee, How small a part of time they share That are so wondrous sweet and fair." FRIVOLOUS EXCUSES. Dr falmage Sp'aks ol tbe Men Who Reject EellgJon. Brooklyn", Sspt. 16.?Rev. Lr. T&lmage who is still absent on his round the world tour, has selected as the subject ot bis sermon through the press for today "Holy Compulsion." the text being Luke xiv, 23, "And compel them to come in." The plainest people in cur day have...

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. — 3 October 1894

VOL. XLIX. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1894. NO. 8. '*v^2SB ^ AN ALL NIGHT CAUCUS.' wP ' BUT JT REFUSED TO NOMINATE A STATE TICKET. The Proceedings ot the Anil-TJlmanlte State Convention "Which W?? Held fn Columbia L??t Week?The Hotheads f Disappointed i | Columbia, S. C., Sept. 26?The conr ' yentlon railed to consider the propriety k . of nominating a ticket to be ran in the general election ag&iost the regular Democratic ticket assembled in this city yesterday and remained in session until after four o'clock this mornirg, tchon if. firiinnrnml wit.hont WOrkiPfiT & nomination. The delegates to the convention had begun to arrive the evening before. The morning trains brought ia a good crowd, and the midday and afternoon train3 did the rest-. Nearly every man who was here last Monday a week ago was here again, and a good many others from various counties I ' were here also. The delegates freely & discussed during the day the advisabil^ 3ty of nominating a full...

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. — 3 October 1894

rTHE NEWS AND HERALD. PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY ?"Y? WSIXIMISRA LD COMPANY. r?it>rs, IN ADVANCE: One Year, - SI.30 Sir Mou Hi-;, .... .75 AD VEHTISiXG RATES. CASE: One tio'Iai a square for the first insertion * n J Fifty Certs for each subseqnnt inserion. Special rates for contract advert isors. Maitiage .?nd death notices free. Regul ar rates charged for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. This newspaper is not responsible for p'nions and views exptessea anywhere l?e than in the editorial column. All articles for publication must be acC'jbtpntiiod by tiie true naute of the author ' nd written in rcspectful language and ritten on one side of the paper. The true aiUH' required as an evidence of good faith All coaimunieatsons?editorial, business local?should be addressed to The A EWS AND llEEALO CO. . W; D Douglass, Ed:to.. Jas Q. Davis, Treasurer. W. J. Elliott, Business Manager. WlNNSBORO, S. C. Wedaes lay. October 3. ; : : 1SH4 - Now that the grand jury has recommended th...

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. — 3 October 1894

' k LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. _ We4ieiday, October 8. : : : 1894 fg Kill COU CTIONK Letters will be collected from the P lotter boxes at 11 20 a. m. and 9 p/m. % going soath, and /> 30 p. m. and 9 p. m. going north. X?w Advertisement*. Cheese?A. B. Cathcart > You Mnst Pay?T. U.Ketchin& Co. Vrt?ii?o?a w. ItHffsdale. Assiguee. Bargains for Fall?Caldwell & Ruff. B> Wq Desire?John A. Desportcs, ^ Manager. Death and Destruction?Q. D. Williford, Manager. Administrators' Notice?J. R. McMaster, B. F. Boulware, Admrs. ? ecal Brier* ?Come to the County Fair. ?-The United States gin house was l blown down at Durham's cross roads by the storm. ?The ladies of the Baptist Church will serYe dinner ia the armory daring the Institute. ?Read the advertisement of T. H. Ketchin & Co. in this issue. They are oat in a new line. ?Balloon ascension both days at the County Institute. Free. L?Mr. R. T. Matthews has moved into his new store and will be glad to see the pablic there. ?Tho storm w...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 3 October 1894

iiumMmnf' ~ A.H3SVtXJ PSVYG-t. Strength fo: thsdiy I hanbV aik, Faita in thaonwig m >rr.?w. Bat not one dfjp of wji! or w >; Fro n future d.iy< t > l>>rc >w; I'll trust the hint tint :a;i;ure? oat My ca? of j>/ or sorrow. . / Strength for thd fight L this day wagi, rTfae victor's cro vn to wear it; When woailed ia th3 desperate fray, Courage I ask to hear it; " AndThon. dear Lord, to walk beside. My day'smirch ho; to share it. And when the day is past and gone, My grateful heart upswelling,' A hymn of praise shall joyful raise, Thy love and goodness telling; I'll waft it up beyond the stars. Where all my hopes are dwelling. y And when the last hard fight is done, And death comes to relieve me, Let not the hope which cheers me now With mocking gleam deceive me; But to Thyself, dear Lord, I pray For Jesus sake, receive me! THE TAX COLLECTOR. . fess T ransfoimatlcn of a Family?The Mv.tbmi ei'a Prayer. Brooklyn-, Sept. 23.?Rev. Dr. Talmage, who is now preparing t...

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