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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 10 September 1878

continued from uimtls page. ho was oleotod, although they did not voto foi him. They had sus taijod)in, and in two years much ff yrovmont had boon effected in "tl schgpts. The conmon school is the groat boon of tho country, Private schools and universitios are for the rich, but the commion schools know no man and are for the rich and poor alke, affording an equal chanco for all. It has been objectod that giving a good eductv tion to a boy would ttko Iimi fromx the plough. This is a mistake. Education helps the farmer and dignifies labor, and no working man is loss ulseful becauso h haiNs i good oducation. Mr. Richt1rdson aliltded to the establishment of a graded school inl Winnsboro and expressed i a hope that the different schools in the counIy would preparo children to enter the gradod school and perf(ot their education. A contral institutionl has a good offect on thoi teaclhors also, by making thom ctreful and officient by comparison. In con clusion ho would say he had no pecunia...

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. — 12 September 1878

Ae We sC auAb _1aL. TRI-WEEKLY EDITINl WINNSJ)ORO. S. C.. THIURSDAY, SEPTE~MBER 12, 1878. VOL. 2. NO. 95 NEW ADVERTISEXENTS. PI A NO " oanc"eeORG AN $1000 ontly $1425. Supor Orand Square an, price 100 only $125. Elegant upright ianos riceel 0 only $I55. New sylc upright 'ianO 1150,u Orgnir18 $85. organs 12 Stop$ T2.50* hkure IOrgians 1 stos price $890 Only 116. Elegant $875 Mirror T'op. Organs, only i1O. Bluyer, come and see ne at hoine : if I al not as representedi. it. It. fake paid uoth ways atd r ano or Organ given free. Large Illustrat WoVsppidr with nitch information about c04t Of 'iaon n~ OranSseit bmel. I'lea80 ad Cress DANIE1', F. wTY, Washinktoh, N. E VOLV1R tox Cartridges. Address J. UROWN & SON, 186 and 188, Wood St., 1 ittlburg, ingsylvania. AENTS 3ANTED b ledals and Diplomas for HiOLMAN'S 'aa~c 2,000 i'trations. Pictpjoriai Bibles. Adt Aifor tiew circulars, A. . HOLMAN & CO. 930 Arch Strect, PhiladoihllarInisylvania. U~S ULLYE. PfgT.UT COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA ...

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. — 12 September 1878

WIlyNSBRO, S. C. 1' .!MDAY, 8EPT.EMBIER 12, 1878. RC. MEANN DAVIS, J'DITOi. JivO N. 1EyNoIIS, ASsOWATH E nTeon. j)EMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor : WADE HAMPTON. Fior Lieutenant Governor W. D. SIMPSON. For Secretary of State: R. M. SIMS. .rior Com)troll'er General: JOHNSON HAGOOD. For Attorney Grencral: LEltY F. YOUIANS. "or State Treasurer S. L. LEAPHART. -For Superinten(lent /'f .Education , HUGH S. THOMPSON. Fi'or Adjutant & JInspector General: E. W. MA)ISE. For Congress-.Fourth. Diitrict ,JOIIN I. VINS. THE sPEAKERs oN Hampton a Friday, the 13th inst.-will be G'overnor Iampton, Lieu tenant Govrnor Simpson, Comptroller, Genoral 1agood and Treasuirer Leaphart. The National Green-backers. Dr. V. P. Clayton takes up tho cudgols in dofonce of the National Groonback party, and defines his political position clearly and delib~ erately. Wo proposo to say somo thing in reply to his letter. It is truo wo did learn somothing from his formor comamun ication, some thing that wo woro...

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. — 12 September 1878

LOCAL ITEMS. TM URSDAI', $1PT1M1914 J2, 1878. Now Advortisoments. Masonic Mooting-G. B. Mc Canto, Secretary. . Make Your Returns-W. N. Chandler, Clork of Council. The Bost Sowg Macluno -J. 0. Boag, Agent. Crackors-J. F. McMastor & Co. Tho town treasurer -warns tax payors timi tho' time for making returns of taxable property in town expires on tho 16th inst. After that day a ponalty of fifty per cent. will be added to the roturns of last year. No one can over hope to he of much uso to himself or his follow inen, while suffering from the ofYocts of "scrofila" p'oison in the blood. Lot all such use Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture and be permanently cured. HAMPTON DAy.-Wo hopo there will be a general suspension of business on Friday, the day ap pointed for the Democratic demon - stration. Everybody is interested in having a fine turnout and a fino display. The clubs will all be out in force, and thoro will be a big crowd in town." The 'eDomeratic party and the Stato expect groat things of ...

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. — 12 September 1878

TR.1 VEEI\I -iDITION, TERMS o SUJpCRIPTION. Sjri-Veokly One Yetar. -- - -. - 4i.0 " " Six-monts. 0 .. ". Three ionth -- - - 1.0 RATES Q ADVER'ISING,. One squpro ou insortiop $1.00. For opch 'subsequent 'insertion 50t. Obituat yes and Tributos of Respeut 'charged for a advertisements. Liberal discount made 9p contract advertis.9piepty. B3i Heads, Letter Hea~d, Enyelope, Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tiukets, &c. Upatly executed at this ogice,-CIJEAP SOU CASIj. JUS T A RR IVTEI) FROM NEW XORI A N elegantlo. of Spring Printss, Cam brlqs, Whito Pique, Figured PiqueA, L'onig Cloth, Cottonades, Lidies' nad (lents' Hosiery, llandkochiofs, Towels, &c., and are offered it( the loNest cash pries.J. M. BEZAT-Y The celebrated "Bay 8tato" standard serowed and wizo sowdd Shoes,akspeQialty 4t J. M1. BEATY'S. Try them, and you will be convinced of their durability. Go to J. M. BEATY'S for the beht Family Flour, Meal, Grist, Rice, Hams (3yarde 4.'Ohayejgge,'') Lard, Bacon, Sugar and Coffeo, v...

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. — 17 September 1878

wb Nin ab3 all TRn-WVEEKL Y EDITION.} W-'IN'NSBORtO, S. C.. T UESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1878. (VOL 2. NO-9 TH E WONDERFUL YANKEE. -0 AN 7ING L lS I HS TIMATE OF AMICR - CAN IX VENT10YS S110 IWNIN PALIS. Genius and its Application--How the World Udlizes and Perfacts What is DiscoveroCi in the United States. (Prem He Lomlon Times.] Though the American collection at Paris is not larg o compared with thoso of other manufacturing na tions there are present so many of the contrivancos which illustrato the subtle imechanical genius so well recognized already that "Yan koo" is alost a synonym of inventor, thait it becomes to, amateurs in mechan ismi a most fascinating stroll, that among the little railed-off spacos of the American section-for fev of theo contributions occupy more th-.lm a fow squ:rro feet. Many of thui arc already wNidly known-i-the writing m chino, by which tue opor ator, toutliing a sories of koys like tIos Of ail Mccordion), prints his thouin s or text moro rapi dly than the...

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. — 17 September 1878

WINNSBORO. S. 0. 'UEMAY, 81tITEMBEC 17, 1878. .H. MEANS DA Vl, EIITOR. JNO M. REYNOLDS, AssocIATX EDITOIR. DEMOCRATIC STATE' TICKET. Fior Governor : WADE lA.MPTON. luor Licutenant Governor W. D. SIMPSON. 2'or Secretary of State Rt. M. SIMS. '<Por Comptroller General: JOHNSON HAOOOD. .For Attorney General: LEROY F. YOUMANS. FPor ASa(6te Trac(,surer S. L. LEAPHART. 'or iuperintend(lent of EdIcat ion , HUGH S THOMPSON. For Adjutant & ispeetm General. E. W. MO.81 For Congress-lourth .Distriet JOHN H1. EVINS. GOVEMINOR HAMPTON is still inl the Inountains, his health beiig too feeble for him to take an activo part in the cign. SPLENDID METINos have bn hCld at Abbeville, Laurens and Chester. The red-shirts were out in full force, and the greatest enthusiasm prevailed. The good work goes bravely on! S. J. LEE, former Speakor of the House, was convicted last week of conspir'tcy to defraud the coumity of Aikon, and sentenced by JiLt' -c MackQy to imprisonmeit in the poni tentiary for t...

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. — 17 September 1878

* IOCAL ITEMS. TURDAY, MJPTAERE1R 17, 1878. Now Advertisements. Ton Dollars Reward-t. J. Mc Carley. Special Notice-Wma. N. Chand ler, Clork. Boots and Shoes--R. J. McCarley. Notice to Candidates-Jno. Brat, ton, County Chairman. A clear complexion is desired by overy lady, it can bo secured by the use of that great blood purifier Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture. * We are requested to announce that there will be a meeting of the Good Templars to-night at 7j o'clock. The entertainment ou Friday night, in aid of Mount Zion Insti tute, was in every way a success. The songs and plays wore most creditably rendered, and the au dience was highly delighted. There will be a barbecue and picnic at Dr. Ira T. Smith's spring on Friday next, given by the Democratic clubs of Townships Nine and Ten. The candidates are respectfully invited to attend. The Fairfield Light Dragoons and the Gordon Light Infantry each p tradoel on Friday afternoon, and presented their usual handsome and soldier-like appearance. ...

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

TRI WEIEKLY EDITION. .'ERMS 0F SUBSCI IPTION. Tri-Wcokly Ono Your. - - -- - : 1.0 " " Six-nilOiths. - - - 2.0 "6 Throj month. - -- - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERT1iSINO. Ono minairi ono inesrtion SI. 00. For 0 0110 111 l) 1 - t iri H i.stuioig f lit5 . b I 1(1) j rilim atitt Tribu;t4 4 4f it--siwode inrl l 1 aiIvrtistIneis. Libl aill itisc trit 1:aim e or contract aidvertisuiints. JOl)B WORK. liill lleadws, Letr110,311, Eriv<-li>pf:, Posteorg, Cards, Invitations1, Tio~l-,, &c-t. fneatly xouted at this ofice, PiA P FOR OASII. T'll - N X1) l).1 T-|. "Fall fIer, whon i r ivols 1 hto r'oall -v) .I f : "llittih, Illy childi. 'Ills I 14'e : ila e; FIt, e'xampile of hillItil os it 1' C4111' :'11141 ittv t' go4 Ill kiss i li. h-illis ,i 1y 1: y; 1 142 ,w Iiii' b-% - v*-' (111.r1 Y ill".i;i l*4 n ll IIS 1,0 i i h 111'ee i h- fi 'r at Iwor1-k; ie hair hI' tere ri: 1v- i- I 'w41 b n- - I-rt,' '1'1 blhksiIIIiI , W1111il III-; liusiivil ritir, 10 greets, and (III-; i h l i-, III g : "'l lowdly, ...

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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. — 19 September 1878

r ml-WE EKi,,Y EA.A.-riON-1 IVENINS1301to. S. -C.. T-II-U'*j-?,'S'-DAy. INIOL BEHEADING J[OE)E L. I Notified of His Doom--First Frightented Then Defiant--The Fatal Axo--A Neal, Stroko --Tho Modiroval Mode of Pun - ishment Which Germany Usos For Stato Offenses. IBnF.u, August 20.-Hoodel's -oe-* cution was soimething quite out of the common, even for Berliners, Not since February, 1865, when Louis Grothe, a young man who with his mistress and his mother had hacked in piecos and thrown into the river a French toaelrr namod Gregy, was executed, had the axe fallon on a guilty wretch's neck-at the capital, that is, for there were a few execitions in the provinces. The old Eimperor's in variable practico was to commute the sentence wV'henl a death wNarant was handed to him, and lhe would havo spared Hoodel's lifo had not the Crown Prince and Plrinco von Bismarck pressed him to ronioiber that clemency here might encourago Socialist assassins elsewhere as well as in Germany. It was on the af...

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. — 19 September 1878

fI~ $ s Rid 1ratd WINNSBORO, 8. C. $'HUtSD4Y, 3tPT1M1131tJP, 187S, IR. MC A NS }A VJIS, iDiTOR. JNO 8. IREV YNOLDS, As0o0iATF EDITOR. ]DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET, For Governor: WADE HAMPTON. "or I46Leutent Governor W. D. SIMPSON. Four Scretary g/' Stato: 1. M. SIMS. F('or (.omnptroller General: JOHNSON HAGOOD. FPor A ttorney General: LEROY F. YOUNMANS. Fpor St(te Treaqurcr S. L. LEAPHART. For Superintendent Of Elucation ; HUG-I S. THOMPSON. JIor A (utn t (0 In.pector (ren crl; E. W. MOISE. .For Congress-Furth District JOHN H. TWINS. BEN BUTLER Capturleld tho Massa chusetts Democratic Convention, and got tho nomination for gov ernor. Tus Niw Yom( Tri/mne remarked during the Campaign in Maino that the stars were fighting for the .Re publican party. A contemporary thinks that, from all acconts, the stars seem to have gotten a little the worst of the fight. Tu REPUBiicANS started out in the Congressional eampaign to capturo the Houso of Representa tives. In tho first thro fibtters they gai...

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. — 19 September 1878

pp, L.YAOCAL IT EMS. Now Advortisonionts. Hams -11.J. Mlcaley, Sleepless nights, an(1 cheerless days will be prevonted if you use Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup to induco sleep and composure for the baby. Prico 25 cents. * Nmw S'roRi.-Hr. Jno. L. Mimn naugh formerly, of Jas. A. Gray & Co., of Augusta, will opeu the "Augusta Store" in Winnsboro on Saturday. Ho will occupy the Laadd building on Congress street, and will keep it full stock of dry goods, notions, boots, shoes, hats, etc. An Epidemic---What Was It? "Winnsboro has bcon in a state of wild excitoment for i few days over the sudden appearance of an ill wind or soimethirg olse that blew disease into her midst, regardless of her former well known reputa tion for health. As everybody knows, on Friday the mass ineet-ing took place, and on the same night, a concert was given in tho Thospian Hall, which wits largely atteided. During that entertainment ice cream was served out pleatifuhlly. On Saturday afternoon and nigit, without any p...

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. — 19 September 1878

Uthe afleti and1 Xerald. TRI WEEILY EDITION. TEtMS OF SUBSCRiITION. Tri-Weckly One Yenr. - - - - 1.0 Six-ml'atal )l . - - - 2.o 1'Ju) nloijtls. -- - - .0 RATI'Is OF ADVI'TISIN. One SpIrc one4 in.rion $!.00. For cahsulwe(ittent inl-, rtion 5.. ()bitua rios andl Tribuites of (ese 1tchredl 1f10r a4 afvertisiivew tsm. Ilab tal discounLt I:vm or cont odve isoment: . ---o -- JOB WOIIK. Bill Ilfends, Let ter lads, Enve41opes PoMters, Cards, Inviitations , Tiekfs, No. neattly exmmtdcl Iti t his office, ( i A P FOR (ASII. NOTICKE 0 .TN orderL to disposH).e of wha! is lcft ofr ,ur Summer Stock, we liuvo tiis hlay redtce I it to lnd bolow cost, 'Tuck Ski rt ing, worth, $1.t I0, to ('0 ts. 1 (.I -;. to ' 5;) s. 8 1.5 is. to 5 et . 7- (t. to -1- et5. " " " 50 uts. I o 33Cts. LIuliem' Ties and Bows, wort 190 ets., to LodieS' TieS an1d BowK, worth1 '71 eIS., to -10 ets. Ladies' Ties and Bows, voft h C0 et, 35 ets. All other goods proportiormitoly reduced We aro doteriitel to soll, aid lwersonsfi w...

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. — 21 September 1878

TIrit>tW.EEKLY EDITI( N.} AYLNNSBO RO. S. C., 8 iAT riU A Y SEP~'llM B 4jInt 21, 1878. IVO~l N.9 AN ACTRESS AT HOME. -o--0 HIR1 L 1 IS UR 1 IMoMB1N TM. Her Great Beauty--What She Saw in Europe--Her Alms and Aspirations. C 1,o.11 the N1w1 York 116r. .d. In a handisono French Ilat on West Forty-socond street, clogantly furnished with doop, wido lounging chairs, theatrical engravings and the bric-a-brae collected during a brief tour in Ikirope, the Icratc representativo found 'Miss Mary; Anderson, the young American tragodienno, residing with her mother, her stopfathcr (Dr. Iamil tou Griffin) and a numbor of young or brothers and sistors. Ifer recep tion at the Fifth 6Avenio Thoatro has boon so cordial, and her popi Jarity in Now York so assurl-, that the family have decided upon iak ing the metropolis their leadquart ers, and havo removed their lares And poiates fron Louisvillo. As ve sat in the tiny drawing-room wait ing a response to our card there caine a burst of fresh, ringing...

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. — 21 September 1878

WINN8BORO, 8 0. PATUAPAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1878. it. MEANS DPA V'IS, EDITOR. JNO. 8. JtEYNOLDS1 ASSOwATE EIITOR. ]ElAO0RATIO STATE TICKET. For Gover nor: WADE HAMPTON. -loor Lieutenant Governor W. D. SIMPSON. For Secretary qf' Sate: 11. M. SIMS. F7ior Comp11troll40 General.. JOHNSON HAGOOD. .For Attorney Gencral: LEROY F. YOUMANS. For State Treasurer.: S. L. LEAPHART. Forn Suprintendent of Edlucation HUGH S. TIRQMPSON. .For Adjutant <6 insj>evtor Generq(: E. WV, MOISE1 . FI~or Congress-16ourth .District JOHN H. EVINK9. RICHLAND TA} 1 Qiiainted a capital ticket for tho Legislature, the noinnes being Messrs. John E. Bacon, John C, Scogers, John C. Haskell, JQhn Elkins and E. Mc. Clarkson. This tickot is thoroughly representative of all claseso and should rid in upon a swell tido in November. Decline of Republicanism, The Now York Worldl has a strong article on the political up heaval in Now England, which is the moro significant as that section lias horetoforp bon noted for the por...

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. — 21 September 1878

LOCAL ITEMS. MALTU1t)A r, 1'PT]MIE'I 21, 1878. Reulous Noticos. Presbytorian Churc--Rev. H-. B. Pratt, 11 A. r., and 8 1,. m. Sun dIay School 9 A. r. Praer Moeeting Wednesday, 8 1,. fr. Methodist Church-Rev. W. A. Rogors, 11 o'clock A. m., aid 8 i>. mr. Sunday School at 10 o'clock. VBrayer Mecting, Thursday at 8 P. M. New Advortisoments. Now Storo-John L. Mimnaugh. Tho nights are cold, and influenza 6talks in the air. Tho "epidemic" has subsided in Winnsboro. Messrs. John T. Sloan and W. A. (lark, of Cohimbia, passed through Winnsboro Wednesday on their ro turn from a sunimer trip to Europe. The people of 'Blythewood are. anxious to organio a graded school. We hope thoir efforts will be provyned Aitl4 puccess. Health, Beauty and strong, pure, rich blood will be secured to all who use that most reliable alterativo andI blood purifier, Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture. RELIGIOUS SERVICES.-Wo arc re quested to givo notice that Bishop Howe will preach in the Episcopal church of this place to...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 21 September 1878

TRI WEERLY EDITION. TiERMiTS OF SUB3SCEIPTION. Tri-Wookly Ono Year. - - - - 0 1ix- nt6i o hs. -- -- - 2.0 Thro tiontis. - -- - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One squar one inertion $1.00. For eacI suclsequent 3in sertiol 5W. Obittia rios and 'ributos otitspect charged for H advortismenotsm. Liiberal discount nado or contract advortisonients. 0 -- JOB 'WORK. Bill Iheads, Letter Ioads, Envelopo; Posters, Cards, Invitations, 'I'icktx, &c. neatly executed at this ofllo, - CHEAP POR CASH. NOTICE. 0 IN order to dispose of what is loft of -.ur Bummor Stock, wo have this day reduced it to and bolow cost,. Tuck Skirting, worth $U. 0, to GO etH. 1. 66 1,90 (As. to 55e0S. " " " 85 cts. t) 5) etp. "6 4" "t 75 cts. to 15 eta. " " " 50 et. to 33eti. Ludiest' Ties ittid ]3owH, worth 90 es., to 55 ets Ledins' Ties and llows, worth 75 cts., to 40 ct4. Ladies' Ties and Bows, worth 00 ets., to 35 ets. All other goods proportioiatoly reduced Wt are dotermined to soll, and persons wanting goods in our li...

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. — 24 September 1878

---------- -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . - - - - - ~ - . RTI-W'VEEKL EI)TON. IVINNSBRIO. S. C.. 'r U~ ESDY SilTFLT4HER 24, )88 & .. O ALAS, FAIR MEMIIS! A 2'E1ititinLlc 'IVr'uTiin? 01 or' P Tzi A Vivid Account of the Ravages of the Yellow Fever, GivCn by the Memphis "Avalanche"- -Who Will be Loft to Toll the Tale ? A stricken city ! Alai, fair Momii phis I What sights mIot the eye of those who yet reiain in youri midst! At every turn and corner a cry of distress is wafted on the breeze that floats o'or housotops, tlirough your streets and alleys. On every sido is mot the bowoul formt of some citi, zon who has lost a relativo or friend. "The river in a caja,, is hurried onward Througi chiine bis of desiir." The small burnt piles of bedding that are seen on every (tret but tell the passer-by,-"A death has oc, currod here." Theso blackened *spots are growing in number daily, and yet tl)ero aro scores of brave hearts who, roinunig, bound Ly a duty to their fol...

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 September 1878

WIN:NBORO, S. 0. {UE8>A Y, ' EPTWACR1ER 24,. 1878. 7t. MEANS DA TrS, iralon. JNO. S. .UI'YNOLN,.ASS00IATE E3DITe9. DEMOCRATIC' STATE TICKET, 'For Governor: WADE- HAMPTON. Flor Lieutenant Governor W. D. SIMPSON. For &cretary of tate:. R. M. SIMS. .jFor Comptroller. General-: JOH{SON HAGOOD. .For A ttorney General LEROY F. YOUMANS. .For State Treasurer:. S. L. LEAPHART. .For Superintendent qf .Education ; HUGH S. THOMPSON. .F or Adjutant & .Inspector General: E. W. MOISE. FZ~'or. GongresS-Fourth .District JOHN H. EVINS. GOVERNoR HAMPTON'S health has recovered sufficiently to pormit him to ente: the canvass. Ho oponed the ball in Greenville in a finished address, in which he vindicatod his policy from charges brought against it, and dwelt upon what ho con ceived to bo the true plan of action. He has also spoken in Sumter. It is hopod ho will visit Fairfield bo fore election day. How So I The Abbevillo Nlfedium in an article on the public debt has this to pay: No witness who ...

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 September 1878

L1OCAL, VITIMS T,Ui8DA.Y, SEPTEMBR 24, 1878. Nlew Advertisements. Field-Soed-W. R. Doty & Co. Lucerno Seed-McMaster & Brice. Wrapping Paper-McMaster & Brico. Notice to Taxpayors-Jas. Q. Davi, County.Treasurer. Hamburg Edgings-MlcMasteE & Brice. Why lot your baby suffer and perhaps dio, when a bottlo of Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup would at once relievo it and offect a cure. Price 25 cents. * -4 PARADE AT R7GEWAY.-The anni' versary picnic and target practice of the Hampton Rifle Guard, of Ridge way, will take place on the 27th inst. The public, and the ladies es pecially, aro invited to be present. A military hop will be given on the evening of the parade, and a delight. ful timo is anticipatod: Th Hamp ton Riles are a fine company. TAKE NoTicE.-M rs. Boag. has ist returned from making purchas, es in the Baltimoro and New York markets of. dry goods, fancy goods, and millinery in tUo latest novelties of the season. Goods are arriving and opening daily for inspection, to which...

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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