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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 29 August 1878

the 100us 11 OXIrhtg. TRI WEEKLY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Wookly One Year. -- - - -- $4.0 S -n -2.0 Throe months. - - - 1.0 UATHS OF ADVERTISING. Ono square on insertion $1.00. For each subsequent insertion 504. Obitua rios and Tributos of Respect charged for s advortisements. Liberal discouut made or oontraot advertisements. -0 JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Lotter Heads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tickets, &c. ruoatly executed at this ofllce,--CHEAP 1OR CASH. Columbia Busineas Cards, EADQUART.R8 for cheapest Gro cories and Hardware in Colunnia to be found at the old reliable house of LORICK & LOWRANCE. IX'S, Portraits, Photographs, Stere oscopes, &c. All old pictures copied. Art Gallery Building, 1244 Main Street, Columbia, S. C. Visitors are cordially invited to call and oxamino. ( IIARLES ELIAS,formerly of Camden, has moved to Columbia, anit opence(l n large stook, of Dry Goods and Notions, Roots, Shoes, Tran ks and Valises. Satis faction guaranteed. RE...

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. — 31 August 1878

tLX EE~ 1_dTON WLiS1 O 41 1. rA UI Y 1-U, -.If1. 88 {O.2.N.9 "P001ANG TH E IsStJ E8." 11 SECIN' twr .-non rin C0J1 JIJ urx,p t E -J .1,j' 1HFi3 Address to Chi,o II0odlumIS- A Lively scn-Pronal1ity antCI Vitul Denllis4 Kearney, the California ConllI uist, is now inl the East. We publish a report of at spech delivorod ill Chicago to givo our ronders some idea of thie calibro of this hero of the anuld lots. FELLOW WOlRKINO MEN- AND )oVOMEN or C1e.Cwo-, will havo to wait initil ve get sFon water. (Cheer. A voice, "Talke soio hoor.") I ben your indulgonee on this Occasion, as I am1 very boarso, havilg spoken this aftel inoun to ihe Crispins, in the hal of the Society of Crispin, w%,'hlo are now sj.rikin --I(m'rah ') -for br 1ead and butter' (Applauc.) As soon asi wo get a littlo water I will be able to make mlyself heard (a voice, "Thit is all right")--plo, v'iing you n1101n kcop (Ilpiot. (A voice "Sit downyl, there.") You m1uAt all, my friends, koop )1fectly still. (A voice, "Sit down."...

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. — 31 August 1878

Ght Teusaida plemff WINNSBORO, S. (. #i 171tDA.iY,AUG UST 31,' :ui I87S. It. ME A N DA V-s, RM-ron, suo S. persol,nS, Assoclim. Bwmui. PENOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Por Governor: WADE HAMPTON. F1'or Lieutenant Governor : W. D. SIMPSON. jFvor Scretary q/ State: R. M. SIMS. - iFor Comptroller Genceal: JOHNSON HAGOOD. For . Attorney General: LEROY F. YOUMANS. For State Treasurer S. L. LEAPHART. For Superintenleut of Ediucation ; HUGH S. THOMLPSON. .lFor Ad(jutan)t di Jns.pector Ueneral. E. W. MOISl. JOHN H1. EVINS. AFTERA HARD F10ny, Qon. Jose51p)1 E. Jolmston has been nominated for Congress from tho third Vir., ginia district. WE PUnTsH with great relietavce tho lengthy communication of Mr. D. R. Feastor, and do so purely becauso ho soms to think that ho ought to havo a chanico to reply, through tho papor, to Mr. Gaillard's Feastervillo speech, and becauso a refusal to publish it might bo mis construod. Bat wo must now in .sist on ia stppago of the contro vorsy, o far %as TmE Nws AND HIuAL...

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. — 31 August 1878

I!OCAL I T EIS. A'R42UDA Y, AUGU'I'T 31, 1878. R01ll1lousU Noticos. Associate Ioformed Church Rev. Mr. Whito, I A. M., and 81 P'.M. Baptist Chiurch-Tho Rev. T. W. Melliehamup vill lecturo this afternoon, at t o'clock, aInd preach to.,morrow at 11 o'clock,A. Ar. Presbyterian Church-- -Iev. H. . Pratf, 11 A. M., and 8 1. At. Sun day School 9 A. M. Prayer Mocting Wodliesday. 8 1. m. Methodiit Church--Rov. E. J. M'oyirdie, D. D., 11 A. Al., and 8 p. M. Sunday School at 10 o'clock. Prayer Meeting, 'lirsday at 8 1. m. Episcopal Chireh--R"v. J. bar, services every Sunday ex-opt tho 2nd Sunday of the month; at 11 o'clock A. At. No impurities of tho blood, no mattor how long in the system, can resist the healing influences of Dr. Bull's Blood Mixturo. Tin, TowN WAuns.--The following change is made in the division of the t.)Wl into wards : All that ix)rtion of the town west of Congr~si street and south of Waslington street, to the boundary lines vest and south, to constituto Ward No. 1. All t...

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. — 31 August 1878

TRI WA11I&LY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSClIPTION. 'Tri-Weekly Oine Year. -- - - t.0 " " 4 ix-mont hs. -2.0 " " Thre,-a months. - - . RATES OF ADVERTISINQ. One squaro ono insertion $1.00. For each subsequent insert ion 50J. Obitua ries and Tributcs cf Respect clargedl for Satdvertisementis. Liberal discouilt made or contract advertiscmIIenits. ------O0 - JOB WORK. Bill leads, Letter Heads, Envelopos Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tieokts, &c. neatly executed at this oftice,--CHllAP Ot CASIL Columbia Business Cards. EADQUARTERS for cheapest Gro -. cories and Hardware in Columbia to be found lt .tho old reliable house of LORICK & LOWRANCE. I FIX'S, Portraits, Photographs, Store oseopes, &c. All old pictures copied. Art Gallery Building, 124.1 Main Strcet, Columbia, S. U, Visitors are cordially invited to call and examine. G 11ARIBLES ELIAS,formnly*l13 of Camnen, U has moved to Columbia, itn 1 opened a large stock, of' Dry Goods and Not ious, Boots, Shoes, Truncs and Valises. S...

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. — 3 September 1878

ANS-. N. NNS ORO. S. C., T UESDAY, S.EPTjEMBER11- 3, 1878. 9 WIIAT BROTLIER ORVIL SAYS. o AN 1V NT Il.,It I*r 'T 11W W11'1'if ON t E, 1.' 11 A''OJnS 0 TI'E U tB. T 1 _p , ?I , Tho Post-Tradoer'sips, No Lougor Profit. ,aoble-O-ant Mighlit bo Incuced to - ako tho Nomination-f-JVol was' Ruwarded for Lyiig. [ 'rmn fii I L-on 1'os/. I A 'ost reporter happenod last ovening to run across Orvil L1. Grant, the o.-President's somewhat colobrated brother, who is sponding a fow days in this city. Mr. Grant ro Ueombles his brothcr to a groat ex tent, although he is taller and of botter physigno : but lie iFs unliko him in thiit ho talks frocly on current topic*. 'Tlho third-torm gitestion )ePing~ upern'.ost in the reporter's. mindl. he ti ,ontitrod to ask Mr. (r.if's o;,bviol on th:tt vexod top!)ie. Inl reply le ws i'iforlme. that the Cmoral h'l vittun to frenin lhro thnt he woul:l on no atccounti a 2Npt -i n ):ia ,1ioni for the l'i'101'letile Peiey."Ho doos0: not wxlm i t," said Orvil. And then...

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. — 3 September 1878

VINNSUO, S. C. W'UESDA Y, 8I1i:AiAIB 3, 1378. IC. M]'AN li D'VI , Eln'rolt. JNO S. IEYI 0 .NOf-)N, AssoMtATH E1,ITOlt. DEMOURATIC STATE TICKET, f)r Governor': WADE 1AUJ?TON. Por 'ieutenant IGovernor; W. D. SIMPSON. 0?' Secretary of tate: Rt. M. SIMS. For Comptroller (eneral: JOHNSON HAGOOD. For A ttorney General: LEROY F. YOUMANS. Feor State Treasurer S. L. LEAPHART. Fior Superinten dc ut of J'dueation ; HUGH S. TIMj0,JPSON. E. WV. AMI0l1E. Forl Conlyrcs--Fou1rit Dsrc JOHN If. EVINS. Hampton Day. The thirtoonth of Septemhor has boon selected by the Stato Execu tivo Conitteo as Hampton Day In Fairliold. The Domocrats uust turn out in full force to groet their gallant standard boarors and givu thom an earnost of what Fairfield vill do on tho 5th of November. Lot no businoss be so pressing is to provoe)t an attondance at the moot ing. The gathering in 1876 was said to be one of the finest in the Stato. Let the coning meeting be fully a largo and still 11110 cithlu tiaistic. TImE RfEPOR...

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. — 3 September 1878

LOCAL ITEMS. TU ESDA Y, Kl'PTALMB"19 3, :1878.1 Now Advortisoments. Notico to Trospassors. Mount Zion Graded School oponod on Monday with about ono hundred and fifty pupils. A certain curo for ringworm and all that class of cruptivo -diseases has been found in that wondorful altorttivo-Dr. Bull's3 Blood Mix. tLie. PMInoICAA.-The 8o uthern Cul.. tivatur for September is received, and is, as usual, full of good read ing for the farmor. The ,outh-Atlantie, published at Wilmington, N. C., is also at hand, and its table of contents is quito as full and variod ;rs that of preceding numb ers. T i i ToW %V.u.-Tho following chango is iado in the division of tho town into Wards All that portion of tho town west of Congresi;i street and south of Wash in g ton street; to tho boimdary lincs west and south, to constitute Ward No. 1. All that portion of the town east of Congress street and south of Washington stroot, to the boundary lines ea-t Ind south, to constitute Ward No. 2. All that portion ...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 3 September 1878

TRI VEERLY EDITION. TURi LSu Ole SUBSCRIlPTION. 'Xri- WVcokiy Ono Yeoar. * ---. 1.0) Six-montais. 2.01 Ot 41iV thre -i It1t4 i 0' " I . 'o a -0 JOBI WORK(. ]lill Iloails, Leiter Ifoadtt, Em Vtlopi('1 1?oui.erH C ardsl , lit vib(iti ont. No.~: # nna Ul y ,xn(ttd it t.tt i4 o fte e,--- C I I V U~umbia Businoss Cardsj. JJEADQUAiRTIEES for (ivaoti)t(w coiitiad Hlfttittre ia (Johimbtht to IJI. found tt the (ltI reiiialt ltimw of copdio.1. Art G( ini ry ilkilldiurg, 12,*1.!, Min ."111 revet, (:olmtuil, S. (", \ Vii (or-i an) Cordiaolly inyiti'd to caltoled exettaiiw'. C / 111-i"llov il t Co i till I t'il-i il it large stocek, of'~t Dry ColdR imI ,t i t, 17)ICl (N0' (iAIjl'LtV ' .Ipmi, Phlotograpllhs, A IinbrtypvH, tmu il iS( j 110.11( l ltrt (!Illje tiM i. A A ea rt ,Il w( t Old I)Itll. A! vo l).\io , it1.1 u l to a113 daesill Wi~ttelli.., (Clock ,J~i. 8ilveratud Piutd W~tt'. Ilgi-it Ft riti04ll ing (loids, &ci. N. I;.- atI. . t n iIji eCit)' ireditt(. C'olumbia, 14. C'. ci t CAMYPAIG...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 5 September 1878

ri~b1~EE1IY DIT( ~.} 1NS~o. -. CTH URSDAY, SEp -'PT 5E 5,1T VOL.2.N.9 "TiIE FUN AT TEI FAIR I" - 0 !f1'C EASON, ST124 TAG lRAAND HIPOILS --TH11 T1I VNE'S #l1A E'S NESt Some Lively Reminisconpes of the Tinen that Tried Men's Souls--Tele graims chat, w11ethor Genuine or Bogus, are Mighty Interesting Leaf - . ing. 74'nt Ilin New io:rk Tribuw, Awupst 29.) There woro exciting timos in (io luiabia, S. C., during tho early days of Decombor, 1876. Two IRotises Qf 1opresentatives wore in sosmion in the same room at the State--House, each threatening to qjcet the other, and only prOvqntad, from coming into armed collision by the presence of General Ruger and the Federal troops he coinmandled. As early as tho 2d or 8d of Deceinber it bocame apparont that the State would be counted for Hayes, and that an attempt would be made tQ inaugu rate Governor Chamberlain before the close of the wqol. On t'he qt1 dispatclos1O mentioned the sudden appearance in Columbia of several thousand armed men, most ...

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. — 5 September 1878

WINNSBORO, . 0. m VIESDAr, DZFTEM.WI 5, 1878. X. MRAWS DAVIS, EITOa. JNo S. R EYNOLDS, A88OCIA78 EDIT010. DElMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Gavernor: WADE HA1MPTON. For Lieutenant Governor: W. D. SIMPSON. For Necretary of Slate. R. M. SimS. For Comptroller General: JOHNSON HAGOOD. For AStorney General: LEROY F. YOUMANS. For State Treasurer: S. L. LEAPHART. For &iperintendent qf E2ducation; HUGH S. THOMPSON. For Adjutant & Inspector General: E. W. MOISE. For Congrese-,lv'ourth .District : JOHN H. EVINS. BEN BUTLER HAs BEEN roqnosted by about fifty thousand voters of Massachusetts to run for governor, on an indopendent ticket. Among the signers of the petitions are said to be Wendell Phillips and Caleb Cushing. Don bas accepted the candidacy, and is preparing to cloud the air with flying bricks. He has a whole hatfull in store for the Republicans, and is bidding for a Democratic endorsemont. This ho will not got. But Massachusetts is in terror lost he should be clocted anyhow. THE...

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. — 5 September 1878

LOCAL ITEMS. 'TijVRDA Y, SEPTE'1~J 54 1878. Now Advertisements. Wanted-Dsportos & Monts. Meoting of the Fire Company F. S. Chandlor, Soerotary. zJr If the party who picked up two lotters on the street, addrossod to me, on Tuosday, the 3d inst., has finished reading them, he will confer a favor byreturning them. * I. N. WITHERs. Food greatly benelits when given properly at the right periods, but to overfood the baby is to sicken it, ind induce a degree of suffering. Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup is the host remedy for the discomfort arising from overfeuding the baby. Price 25 cents. * Rooe MouNT Ivris.-Tho great Imnual ga thorinig of the colored people at Camp Wolfaro has tran spired. The plat upon which thoro meetings are hold was purchased several years ago from Mr. G. H. McMastor. They have orectod quite a comfortablo arbor, which will seat about threo thousand per sons, and about ono liundrpd cabins suitable for a brief occupancy. The sermons on Saturday wero scattering shots ; but t...

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. — 5 September 1878

continued from itrst page. indirotly tirough tho suporior advantages afforded of educating their cbildron. Sinco it is much simplor for a town to levy a tax of five hundred or a thousand dollars than for the citizons to subscribe that amotunt, aml earnest Offort should be mado to rostoro this tax with tho imitations nintioned abovo. This method is in voguo in ia vory largo numanbor of States. It is noedless to cry out against t1ho public iselools. They a ro a lixed fat. They aro chleiaper than l)rivato schools, and (-.anl be made better. Inl perfocting the system, South Carolina will bo marehing ibireast, not only of overy other Stato in the Union, but of Germany and otlOr European nations. No 0110 inl casting at gliLico )over the Stato and seeing tho largO niumibor of childron, born of oducatod paronts, now growing up in igno rance, will dony that wo iaro ro lapsing, and that sornething must be dono speedily to chuck this downward careor. Tho surest romody is tho organization of gr...

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. — 7 September 1878

-41' TllWljEI, LDTIONol - -YN N'S13Ot. iSiNM TiU788.- {AoiY TIIE YELLOW FEVER. ----o s o ll'A'lll'ilV NSo o liit 1:1, He.rb'ronding Do'irts-- Sicknosa and sufe1.ring-Contributions of Charity. [ II1 Telr yraph to /he Nel; )'okri IIeialel. ] Qux1NADA, Mis3., Sopt. 2.--Thioro is very little of an oneouraging nature to rep'ort to-night. There wero five deaths to-day-two vhites and three neogros. Col. Wim. T. Cole, the post-nastor, died at ono o'clock this moeninh1g. Six new cases have been roported siica I is' ovoning. Judge IF airfiold is vory low. 'lho diseaso is very complicated, and baflies the skill of the most oxperionccd physi cians. Patients are often left by t'ioir doctors inl a fair way of rc-)v. Ory, and in loss than six hours after. ward some chango, wholly unac c mutablo, occurs to proice sudden death. There is it c.sie in poi n t to (Iy. Ono of th, J-mvard physicians told your corres:ponmdLnt th-tt early t'hiis morn ing he left a youn 1 lady of excellent family whoso synpt...

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. — 7 September 1878

~I ~ ~ew~ ant rald WINNSBORO, S. C. #ATV(IDA Y, SEPTIMBElR 7, 1878. No. MCANS IDA AVI, E10,1I0t. JNo S. Je IYNoD8, ASmSOrIATH EIToR. DEMOORATIC STATE TICKET. I'or Governor: WADE HAMIPTON. l'ur Licutenant Governor W. D. SIMPSON. For Secretary of State: 1R. M. SIMS. P'or Comptroller General: JOHNSON HAGOOD. For A ttorney General: LEROY F. YOUMANS. 'or State Treasurer S. L. LEAPHART. lFor Superintendeut Of Education HUGH S. THOMPSON. For A dfutunt c&- inspector Generat: E. W. MOISE. .For C(ongress--v'ourt/, istrict JOHN 1-. EVINS. DENNIS KEAUNEY i still raVing in cohorontly in the eastorn cities. BEAST BUTLER, th natio1al work. ingnion's candi(ato for governor of Massachusetts, ' addressos his fellow laborers in a faultless suit of broad cloth and patent leather pumps. IT IhAs DEEN sIOoESTEii that it would have beon much better for tho governor of Massachusetts to koop the carpet-baggcrs at home bofore they stole than to koop them there now that the South really doos desire their p...

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. — 7 September 1878

LOCAL ITEMS. BATURDAY, E1'EMBEM 7, 1878, R1e1ious Notices. Associate Reformed Church Services in the morning at 11, o'clock, by Rev. J. A. Whitc, even ing by Rev. Neill Pressly, at 8 o'clock. Presbyterian Church--Rov. H. B. Prptt, 11 A. M., and 8 P. M. Sin day School 9 A. I. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 8 P. Bt. Methodist Church-Rev. E. J. Moynardie, D. D., 11 A. I., and 8 P. M. Sunday School at 10 o'clock. Prayer Meeting, Thursday at 8 r. m. Episcopal Church--Rov. J. Oboar, services every Sunday except the 2nd Sunday of the month; at 11 o'clock A. U. Now Advertisements. For School Commissioner-Many Friends. Building and Loan Association D. R. F 'enniken, Secretary. See to it that your child meets n1o neglect ; when sick, use for - the diseases of babyhood Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup-it never disoppoints. 25 cents. COMMISsIONERS OF ELECTION. Governor Hampton has appointed the following-named gentlemen commissioners of election for Fair field county : T. W. Woodward, F. Gerig, Democrats, and ...

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. — 7 September 1878

Vt he '3etu, wi eal . TIU WEERLY EDITION. TERMS 0OF SUJ3SCRIP~TION. Tri-Wookly One Year. -- -- - $- 4.0 se "4 Six-montha. -----2.0 Thre. months. - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One septare one innertion $1.00. For 0ach sUI3fubsent innertionl 500. Obitua riei and Tribute" of ItSpect charged for " advortisemeonts. loiral disounk madei or contract advertisumenits. ----0 - JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Hoads, Envelopes Poster4, Cards, Invitations, rilcOs, &c. neatly exocuted at this ofice,-CUHEAl FOR CASH. J. clendin'mng, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, WINNSBO1O, B. C. - LYON'"S Patent Metalio STIFFENERS PREVENT Boots and Shoes From Btunning over, W6pinl off on the side and Ripping in the W. G. ROCHIE MERCHANT TAILOR), ILAN removed to ti store noxt. tn the Iost-ofllcn, whri h ie will be glad to re. c(Oivo his friends and customers. A full line of Samples will be kept on hand, from which customers miy iake selections. Ho now has the finest lino of Fronch ind English goods over brought to thisi ma...

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. — 10 September 1878

______e __ anb. 5etab TEL-WEEKLY EDITION.) 'WNNSBORLO. S. C. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER LO, 1-878. {VOL.2.NO9 ruE NAJBOvB AT BEAR ORiC. Good Speeches and an Abundant Feast --A Splendid Success. The political meeting and barbe, cue of the Bear Crook Club took place on Saturday, at Cooper's school house, according to programme. Preparations had been making for some time to ensure complete sui cuss. An abundance of beef, mutton and pork had been secured to satisfy the material appetites of the people, while invitations had been extended to the candidates and to other mem - bers of the party to supply the in tellectual pabulum, and to while away the hours before dinner should be announced. The elements were propitious. Clouds overhung the sky, and a pleasant breeze moderat-. ed the temperature. A magnificent forest of pines, the property of Mr. - John Johnson, towered toward the heavens, while the earth was carpet ed with a thick layer of leaves, af fording a most inviting resting place for tho...

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. — 10 September 1878

WINNSBORO, S. 0. VMSpfDAYS fiRPTVM15E1; 10, .18*78, .I. MRA VS DA V'8, EDJToa. JNO 8. EYrNOLIN, A88isUrAT, EIT0n. )EMOCRATIC STATE TICKET, Br Governor : WAD1E HAMPTON. For Lieuten(nt Governor , W. D. SIMPSON. For Secretary' ofJ State: It. M. SIMS, For Comptroller General: JOHINQON ITAQOOI). For Attorney General: LEROY F. YOUP . . .For State Treasurer S. L. LEAPHART. Fe~r 4'uperintendene of E1!~duation , HUGH S. TITOMPfON. For Adjutant <0 Inspeetor General: E. W. MOISF. For Congress-Fourth ])i4trict JOHN H1. EVINS. SOUTM VA7IOLTNA NE R1'S. Religious revivals are b cing held im many counties of the Stato. Lexington has only lovon pris.. onors in her jail, The Barnwell county convention will be hold on the 1st proximo. Tho primary elootion in Loxing ton county will be hold on tho 14th instant. The State press with one accord is crying down indepondent candi dates. There are twenty.-four woll or ganized Domocratic clubs in Nor shaw county. Sunday excursions to Summ or ville from Char...

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. — 10 September 1878

LOCAL ITEMS. TV2F SDAr. BPIXBMBE R. l0 1818. New Advertisementis. Fall 1878-LP4d Arog. Up to the 1Nark-R. J. IUcCarley. Knights of lonor-E. S. Chand, ler, Reporter. Avoid using those renedies con taining opium, morphia, ',te ; but when the baby. is' sick use Dr. Bull's Baby Syrqp-perfoctly safe and always reliable. Price only 25 cents a bottle. OYJAi T7KE CIL UBAi 1 M8s8rs. .ditors . I would like very much to see something in your paper in reforene to th mattqr of nominations by the prinary electior1 System. .Its importaqqe n Qt to be easily overrqteci. It ain lGi mnatue. After the resqlt of the primaries is annognced, lhen tha ticket, whatever be its character or comploxio4, .quet \ig, qr tIle 'o1po sition becomes agaiq the 4ominanp party. To it, Ife'ssrs. Editors, seri pusly considered by many of our best citizens, that their lethargy in the matter of qurQlling themselves in the Democratic clubs is criminal? Do they ever reft 9t that this tlying ,s steadily going on--thq egrqlngen...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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