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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 17 August 1878

FRANCIS M UR1'1IY'S FAMILY. ---O WrH MR, CIGAItRUD SO M UCII PUlt CONVE1tTI U ) It U Vk'11ITDS. The Tomperanco Apostle's Charge and His Dependont Fanily." -One IIundred and 'frty Dollarr; a Week and Bioard at t,ho Best Hotel. [ Xcio }'. Ti s I "Havo you ever ee'i Frlaneis Ir'phy ?" asked a gentleman, re cetly, of a Time. reporter. "h\1'ich Murphy ?" wits the couln. tor-question, as the reporter ment - tally recountod various Murphys in various wards of the city. "Tho gr'at apostle of onlpepoance, originator of thu 'blu badge,' and Murphy moveienl." The reporter admitted that ho had not. '4[ havo. Both him and hi family -and an amusing time I had of it, too. It was too funny to keJ). You see, I was ip at Round L,tke a few days ag() to look over the grounlds and take in one or two of Chaplain McCabe's meetings. When I got off the cars, the first porson I recognize was Mr. Murphy, co >l and conteted I found that, he was sponlding tle Slimmer at the camp-ground, 1iprincipaully becau'...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 20 August 1878

ItJlhWEEKILY ED1IDON.} 'WINNSBORO, S. C.. T .14D TI- 20, 1878. {OL 7 7" NEW AI)ERTIVISE EN'TS, JIWEOLV R sheorit ox J. C reIOWN & sON 386 and 188, Wood St., Plttsburg, Pennsylvanla Agents ! Read This I We will p'ty Agents a salar y of $100 per month and expensos to sell our Now and Wondcerful 1av1tigas. ALidross SUIPIalAN & CO.. Mar PAll, lic'iga.GA PIAN 0 11 ll tIIa I I o t RCGIAN 101) only $125. Stiporb Uranti 8quare Planos, rice $800 only $155. New style upright P0anos 112.5, Organs i$35. Organs 12 stols ST2.'4. Church Organs lM stos price $190 only $115. Eolganl, $3T Mirror Top Olgans, only 1035. 33uiyrs, come and sec mte at lom: if I am not as represente(a. it. it. fare pti( hotiut ways and I'iaino or Organ given iroo. Large Illustrated i Newspaper withi mitch information about, cost of ianos ne Organs s- t froe. Please ad dress DANIELc 10. IEATT Y, Washington, N. J. Th only 11 comination of the true Jauilea Oinger SAN 1 8with choico Aromt an Frencht .Arantly for Choler...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 20 August 1878

WINNSBORO). S. 0. f'UBODAT, AUGUST 20, . : 4878, B. MEANS DA VIS, KVITOt. JNO . R ZYNOL.08, AssouuAn EDITOR. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor : WADE HAMPTON. For Lieutenant Governor W. D. SIMPSON. For Secretary of State: l. M. SIBIS. For Comptroller General: JOHNSON HAGOOD. For Attorney General: LEROY F. YOUMAN.. Fv'or State Treasurer. S. L. LEAPHART. -For Superintendent of Education ; HUGH S. THOMPSON. For Adjutant ( Jn8pector Gencral: E. W. LOISI9. IN Hi1s Prcu at Spartanburg, General Gary nominated Hancock and Hampton as the Domocratic team in 1880. THE EDOEFIELD Adlertiscr put on its war paint last wook. The whole edition was printed in red ink, in honor of the exploits of the red. shirted Democracy on the 12th of August, 1876. It was illustrated with a wood cut of Gen. Martin Witherspoon Gary, the 13ald Eaglo of Edgeliold. Radicalism can neyer again raiso its head in Edgetiold as long as the rod shirt flutters de fiantly from tho mast head of the Advertiser. ALEXANDEFR H. ...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 20 August 1878

TUESDA V. AV UST 20, . 18r8. New Advortipemonts. For Major of the ] 'airfiol Jat.., talion. University of North Carglina Kemp P. Battle. Country life, fresh air and bath ing are very well, but if you want to cleanse yo.ur systerg thoro.ughly usoe a few bottles of Pr.. Bull's. Blood Miixture, PERSONAL.-Wo have had the pleasure of a call fronA Mr. F rank V. Beard, the well ;lgpown editor of the Kershaw Gazetee. Wo are pleased to learn that that sprightly and roadablo newspaper is doing finely, and we wihll it a cqptinIanco of its prosperity. David Aiken and Frank \Villians, two colored nen, wyho for their faithful services as servants in the Sixth Ilegitnent dqring the war were made reguhr njoiebors of tl1l fSurvivors' Association, accom panied the Fairfield mon qn their recent trip to Chester, We have received two communii cations from Feastorville, but thqy are too long for puIblication--the two together would fill about four cohumns of THE NEWs AND HERALD. We would agcain remind ot...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 20 August 1878

TRI-WEERLY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCIRIPTION. Tri-Wookly One Year. -- -- - - $4.0 ' 4 4 Sx-l10ntils. - - - - 2.0 "4 CAL ro n~ s. - - -1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. Ono square one insortion $1.00. For each subsequent iunsertion 504. ObiLtua rios and Tributos of itepect chargedl for n advortisornonts. Liberal di.scount inade or contract advortisoment. JOB WOltK. Bill Heads, LottOr 1[leads, Envelopen Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tiok'. Ac. neatly exoontod at, this ofnoe -CllEAP Y01U CASII, 0NE OF LIFI.V H ) 8M ADO W. At eight o'clocc tho other morn ing a Second stroet wife followed her husband down to tho gato ta he was starting for down town and kindly said to him: "William, you know how sadly I need a blue bunting dross." "Yes, dear," ho remarkod, "bnt, you know how hard up I a1m. AN soon as I can soo my way clo'r you shall hafivo the dresstt, an11d t now lhat to boot. Bo pationt, bo good, and your reward sIMl bo great,." Forty minutos aftor that, ho emerged from a rostaurant with a big ba...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 22 August 1878

TR1-WEEIKLYDrIN__ WINNSJ3OROo. S. C.. TILIJ{8,DAY. AUUT'2 88 YL .N.8 CAPTAIN ALSTON'S ORATION. ----- DELIVRED .11 il.'Of1t Tir sU1 Vy. oRS 0.1 TilE BIXTItJ! 4CEE1. ' 4 History of the Corgniand, and thp Part itTo k in the Wa'--Tie Past, the Presaert and the Future. Mr. President, Fellow-citizens and Surpiving Comra<.les of the Sixth: It is with no small degro of diffidence, yet with ipnfeigned pleas ire and delight, that I appear before you on tijis imost dpqply interesting occasion? to Ilay nly humble tribute to distingmisIQd valor, to Igingle with yoq my sympathetic fpplings in clysrishing hallowed in ui)ories, and to antici pate the glorious futrCq thpat asyaits the true, tried, chivalrous and patliotip of pr State and country. Then, how striking and uAiverald is the truth. that patriotism is a predominant cparacteristic of man. Even the benighted Hindoo is Wedded to his jimlothe wncivil ized Ethiopian' laimed -with his pative wilds-the savage squina paptiv:.tod with his steril...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 22 August 1878

W INNS1ORO, 8. C. T15URSDAY2 AU(JU!STLh '?, ..1878. R. MAFLANS D.4 V1N, suiwron. JNO S. BAIdYNoI1,8, AssocIArE iDoITO. DEMOCRATIC STAT1E IKET, f'on- Governor : WADE HAMPT'ON. FO. Lieutenant Governor W. D. SIMPSON. For Secretary of stute: R. M. SIMS. 1or Comptroller (Generd: JOHNSON HIAGOOD. JF'orj Attorney General: LEROY F. YOUMANS. Four State Tr-easurer: S. L. LEA P HAR''1.' Fior Superintendwnt ofJ0 uaton, HUGH S. T1OMPSON. For .Adjutant (C luspector General: E. W. M1)IS]K An Oft Told Tale, The News and Courier of Satur day contains a report of the ilives tigating Comiitten giving the comn pleto history of the passage of the validating bill, the Bilu Ridge scrip bill, and the financial settlemet bill. The first legalized the fra~i. lent issuo of 86,000,000 of converson bonds, the second issned $1,800.000 of Blue Ridgo scrip, an1d the third mado ia settleoment with %im01)pton, allowing him several hundred thousand dollars as his share of Ihe plundor. Parker, Chamberlainm, Scott, Pat...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 22 August 1878

Thie dronmors are boginning to come among us in swairins. As radically and dll'etually as a now governmint Nvill cleanse the public affirs, Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture will cleanso your blood. Tu- FrIs-r BALE -Tho first balo of cotton, of the presont seoason, was brought to Winnsboro on Wqdnesday by Maj. James Pagan, gnd sold to Messrs.W. 1. Duty & Co. at 10.80. MouNr ZION SociTY.-A inOceting of the Mount 74ion Societv will be hold in the Town Hall this morn ing at nine o'clook. T1eo purpose of the meeting is to take into con sideration the ways and npeans of conducting the graded school for inother session. We trust that every member of tl14 Society will b.o promptly oil hand, It iu of the Jgreatest impor01tanlce that Somo( action be taken at once, that the fhIool may open )promptly and be parried on successfully. ELEC'TION OF MU.JaI.--In purau of ordors, an oloction was heki on Tuesaday for major of tho F tirlicid Battalion, compose1d of th3 Hamp, tonIl Rifle Guard, Moiso Iig'it-...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 22 August 1878

the 4tiews and 'A raI d. -TRI-WVEEAsLY FDITION. TERMS OF SUB.SCRIPTION. Tfri-Wookly One Year. - - - - 4.0 4 Six-lioilthi. -- - - - 2.0 t Ai txro-. nonths. - -- - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One squaro one insertion $1.00. For each suibsequnent insertion 50c. Obillua pios andi Triutes of tiespect charged for I a advortisoinnts. Liboral discouint m:ade ,fr qoi treet 44vertiswnients. JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Evelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tikets. &. neratly executod at this oflice,- -UIIA P MUSICAL HOMES Are Alyays Ihippy Homes, --O - Whatt hath carth (earer in pmale or grove. Than nusc at nIght-fall froin lips that, we love? Tho gatlher thu lit lle oites arouil the P1lan,11( or Orgat after1 the tols of t lit! dtay are over, a lii elnjoy a real lintole concel'rt.. Jf yott have no() hoin", get, o right awiy, or if OIn ha e'tlli ai v children, borrow some, anti If you1 are W I hotil. a PIANO OR OR*AN BUY ONE FORTHWITH AT LUDDEN & I)ATES ISAVA N NAHI, (1 A. Th Grea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 24 August 1878

____________ EDIIOrINNSB1ORO S. CJ.. AT UIlDA Y, A OST24.488 HATCHING EXTRAORDINARY. -0 A NEW USE FOR SENILE STATES, AIEN AND 8ALI )iBoys. low a Young Lady Warmed a Batch of Eggs to Life--Future Perils to Lovers Stanley Matthews as a Patent Incubator. L M1o the Neo York World. ] A Kentucky newspaper brings us an interesting story of a young woman of that State who placed a number of duck's eggs in her gentle breast and warmed thln into ex - istence, as benevolent people are reprosented to do with adders. This compassionate young lady's notion was more or less laudable, according as we discover whether there was any selfsdenial in the matter. If she was one of the superfluous women such as abound in Massachusetts she can perhaps be dismissed with a low inced of praise, inasmuch as she niy have acted from merely utilitari in mo tives or from the dosire to obtain a pet in whom she shou(ld have some gratefil sense of property and depu ty-motherhood. As comparcd with Skyo terriers, tabby...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 24 August 1878

WINNSBORO, S. C. HATURDAY, AUGUST24, 1 i 1878 A. ME ANS DA VIZS, HaiTon. .N() S. REYNOLDS, AssocIATE EDTOn, DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET, For Governor: WADE HAIPTON. For Lieutenant Governor W. D. SIMPSON. For Secretary qf State: 1R. M. SIMS. For Comptroller General: JOHNSON HAGOOD. For Attorney General: LEROY F. YOUMANS. For State Treasurer S. L. LEAPHART. .Zor Superintendent of Educat ion ; HUGH S. THOMPSON. Por A<{jutant & Inspector General: E. W. MOISE. For Congress-Fourth .District JOHN H. EVINS. WE HAVE RECEIVED a letter from Charleston which says: "Many thousands of people in the State, and particularly in Charleston, will thank the Winnsboro NEWS AND HERALD for the remarks about too much amnesty, and they will also thank the Arewu and Courier for reprinting the same. God grant that the Democratic party may be strictly just, and fear not to do right, let the blow fall where it will. God will smile on us if we are pure." The School Law---An Answer to "Inquirer." In answer to ...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 24 August 1878

IjUAL .LTEM.. 8 BATURIDAY, AUGUST4, : : 1878. %:ew Advertisements. Job Lots-L-add Bros. Mount Zion Graded School R. Means Davis, Principal. Mount Zion School will be opened again on the 2d of September. The Histrionic Club will give an other entertainment on the 11th of September. The Hampton. Rife Guard of Ridgeway will drill for the fist time in full uniform on Tuesday. A hop will be given before long. It is welcomed by all like a new star in society. We mean Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture. * The State Democratic Executive Committee has appointed Friday the 13th day of September as Hampton day in Winnsboro. The Democrats must appear in full force on that day. 'THE HAMPTON HERALD.-We should at an earlier date have congratulat ed the people of Rock Hill upon the reappearance of the hampton Herald. The herald is a live paper, and is soundly Democratic. We wish it prosperity. MT. ZION SOcIETY.-A full meet ing of this society was held on Thursday, at which arrangements were made to raise the...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 24 August 1878

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. TER1S OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Woo!hly One Yoar. - - - - $1.0 Six-months. - - - - 2.0 'Vitrua inonths. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One isquare ono insortion $1.00. For each subsequnit inisertion 50k. Obitua ruos a, Tributos of iespeot charged foi m advortisomout., Liberal discount imiad< or contriat 1vertinwtuieits. --- JOB WORK. 13l' . Ieatdn, Letter Ileads, Fi veopes Po~ters, Cards, Invitations, Tihke ..4. &o. g16ttly oxetentod at this oflice,---ClIEAI' FOR CASI. MUSICAL IIOfI4ESI Are AlIwy8 Happy hoilnes. What hath earth (learer !n palace or grove. Than ausic at iight-laiil from lips twit. we love? Then g ther the lit tll onesi aronlte liauo or Organ0 after Ih tlo11Llls of I he ili y are toVe'. wp! enjoy a realhomlic eneort. If you have, no bome, git otie right away, or if you ha veit eta children, borrow somec, ntId if you are withunt ia P IANOOR ORA BUY ONE FO1THWITHf AT LUDDEN & hATES' S. . IRA ISA VkN Nla IF, WA., Tho Groat Wholesllo Pitno and O...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 27 August 1878

RI-WEEKLY EDITO1N.} WINNSBORO. S. C.. TUESD AY AUG U ST 27, 1878. {VO 1 THE CAMPAIGN OPENED. ---0 ADDRRnH OP ' TnE DEMOCRATIC HTATE EXEC TTIVE Q9MMITT.VW. The Platform of VOinRciples--A Ilstory and a Propheoy.-The Reforms of the Past Two oars--'Irhe Nod of athty aid Harmony. The Stato Democratic Executive Vommittee. has adopted unanimously the follo\ving. address ad 9rdored it to. le. published : HADQu'8 STATE DEMOo#ATI) EOVTVE Co0MIMTTE5, Ogaym, $t .9~g (&878. To q qpple Qf~nou4 C'groing; The. State Demoqrgtic Executive Committe aUnQUnce to their fe. 1ow-citizEns that the State canvass will formally glieu on Septern.Qr 10th. Alheady the counties in general are ready foy aetigxg?, and thQ oqnimiiLtoo cannot doubt that the campaign \vill be as brilliant aq brief. Throughout the canvass the Democ racy oA South Cgrolina will have but one rule of- conduct. Tht platform of 1876, adopted and re affirmed in 1878, is the supremo law of the Donmo.cratie party. By it the highest and the l...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 27 August 1878

etsand erah WINNSBORO, S. 0. TUE8DJr, AUGUST 27, ... 1878. it. MEANS DAVIS, IlTo.t. JNO S. ItEYNOLDS, Assoc[ATF Em)ITOt. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET, For Governor : WADEI HAMPTON. FPor LiueatGovernor: W. D. SIMPSON. For Secretary 'of S!tate: 1R. M. SIMS. I1l>r Comptroller General : JOHNSON HAGOOD. For Attorney General: LEROY F. YOUMANS. FPor Stite Treasurer; S. L. LEAPHART. _For ASuperintendenc of Education ; HUGH S. THOMPSON. JF'orA (ljutant & Inspector General: E. W. MOISE. For Congress-ilourth District JOHN H. EVINS. THiE EInom Adverliser thms aliteratos "With hog hominy and Hampton, wo have a vast deal to be thankful for." How to Make Nominations-- -Argu ment for the Primary System. It has boon often urged that primary elections are much more demoralizing in their tendoncy than conventions. Lot us consider some facts as tending to throw light on this matter. Two counties, Lan castor and Newberry, were called upon to mako nominations last week ; the former 1)3 primaries, tho l...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 27 August 1878

New Advortiseomonts. Annual Mooting-I. N. Withers, Clerk. The report that Frosiley's mill, on Broad River, had boon wiashed away was unfounded. It is still in line working order. Dr. Bulls Blood Mixfturo is the prescription of tho late Dr. J. W. Bull, of Baltimore, and wo think one of the inest compounds offered to sufforing hunmanlity. A dead beat calling himsolf "Pro. fossor Teal," and claiming to be a magigian, ventriloquist, &c., has boon "doing" Chostor and ]F'ort Mill recently, leaving both those places without paying hIs bills, and taking with hin sundry articlos, the prop orty of citizens. The press of the Stato are requested to "pass him around," Tim CAmEX JOURNAL.-Mr. W. D. Trantiam, wV'ho has so long and faithfully conducted the Capdon JOurn(l, has retired from its man aIgemont, ha11ving sold it to Mr. Geo. D. Alexandor, a rising young resi. diont of Camden. Mr. Trantham's courso is prompted by a deuiro to devoto his entire time and attention to the practice of law. A...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 27 August 1878

1. 9 III TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. TM . OF SUBSCRIPTION. 'ri -Wvuly Ono Ye:ir. -- - - -- 61.0 Six-ni4on1 ths. -- - - ,.0 Thr i 110 14:;. - -- I.) RATI-S 0P AVEl'UTi1iNG. 11 414!4Li14144'mwS ijII)L.I.H . 4.1 1 :: n1ti :rs i areI o ne inertl n 0i tj:!.0s. i - ri us on T e Ii o fs 41 iI t ch r--d I-r W aItV,!rt is(!mIIentIS. IbI ,- raI d ;e.tu - : I |. Jr onraAt lYvEiInInI. -...... - -- J011 WVOlK. Bnill lends, Lelttr Ilvearb-.En h Posters, Cardis, Intvililionre. Tielo-, AN4.. 1Wmilyh exocentud ut. thi s olici-, CII"l'l )TO0It CA 8 1. Areltjl II-1I y 110v1as 11(oe. Wha hith earth darr In p-10 11e l 0rov, . Than InusiMC at, itI I-tall Irmnt 11's Ot t wt- love? (r O rl a n t ter( I t h e 4 ils w t h e 4w d a t' ei o v r 1e h.o4141'44, get on4'J)4 rg hI, way,1 or *444 you ' ha4 j .n I~ww. PIANO. OR O R IiA.Nm BUY ONE FORTI[WITH AT LUDDIEN & HA'TES' SA VA NNA If, (.I., 'he Great Wholvsale Pino nd Or--:s l)eplot of th Souith. TEN TH1OUHAND AMILE 1i ve Il I hi P sI. 10,11 yj*(-I,.S a'.1 I nhit...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 29 August 1878

. .E be WNeiNl aub 2t TRI-WEEKL Y EDITION .} WINNSBORO. S. C.. TIHIURSD)AY, AUGUST 29, 1878, {TOL. 2. NO, 89 ANOTHER WITNESS. -0 iHOW.TIl STATi OF NOUT[ VARO JINA WAS ROBEJW, Ex-Judge Wright, the Colored Ex. Supreme Judge of that Stato, Talks Most Interostingly of Himsolf and the "Notablos" of the Long Time Prosti'ate Stato, [PIron (he Phikulelphla Times.] When thieves knocked down and robbed Jonathan Jasper Wright, the colored South Carolinian, on Sixth street, not long ago, they were dealing with a very prominent man, He was the lrst colored man ad mitted to the bar of the Pennsyl vania courts; he was the first colored man admitted to the bar in ,amy State where the negro had io vote ; lie was the first colored car pet--bagger that entered the bor dors of South Carolina; he was the first colored man admitted to the bar of that State; he was the first colored man elected to any State Senate; he was the first colored man that over occupied a seat on the bench ; lie was the first and...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 29 August 1878

WINNSBORO. R. 0. #1TU1DAY, AUGUS2 29, ? i 1878. It. M.*I NS DA I'M8, KDETon. JTNO 8, 1C1 YNQID8, AssOCIATFi P IITou. )1EOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor: WADE HAMPTON. .For Liutenant GoOCrnor W. D. SIMPSON. For &croetary qf State Rt. M1. SIAM For Comptroller Geieral: JOHNSON HAGOOD. For A ttorney General: LEROY F. YOIJMANS. For State Treasurer S. L. LEAPHART. Forn Superntendent of EAdueation HUGH S. THOMPSON. F0'or A djutant <C- Inspector GCen Cral: E. W. MOISE. For JCongress---Fourth .Distriet JOHN H. EVINS. THE INDEPENDENTr Mov illENT Hampton is go.tting along very slowly, ,1t bidy fair to consist of onio inll)Cndenit caididato and fif Loon hundred Radicals. Col. If. D. EInorT, the Demo cratio nomino for Senator from Colleton, has withdrawn from the canvyae Onl accounlt of businless on gagomonts. A noew convention has boon ordered. GOVERNoB HAMPTON is sojonrning nl tho miountinis of North ,Carolinal. His physicians prescribe rest for a while. It is si,ceroly to bo hoped t...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 29 August 1878

Now Advortisemonts. Board of Equalizatiou-I. N. Withers, Auditor. Thore will bo i barbcuo and picnic given by tho Bear Crook Domocratic Club on Saturday, September 7. The candidates and the public goneorally aro inviteq. A Fmi:. VAEniimsox-Vo re turn our thanks to Mr. Robort Ford for a mammoth watermelon, received a fow days amgo. The molon weighed thirty-four pounds, and was very swot and savory. A groat manyronodies are ad vertised to bring thom boforo tho public, b.dlt the latter decides whethor the article is good or bad. Tho good reputation which Dr. Dull's Baby Syrup enjoys is a standing guaranteo of its merits. Price 25 cents. A committo represeuting the Mount Zion Society aro soliciting sulibscriptions from the friends and p1atrons of the Mount Zion Gradeat School, in order to raise one hun (1red and forty dollars, which Hum, added to the amount obtained fromi the Peabody Fund, is necessary to carry on the school oeXrciscs to 1st December proximo. Unless the anmount asked fo...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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