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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 24 September 1878

counued fro first papf After dinuor, the fproyd reassom bled around the stand, and the phairmau introduced Capt. H. A. Gailliard. We regret that our apace forbids a report of hi4 speech, which was well received, and, at its close, loudly applauded. The chairmin next introduced Capt. R. C. Clownoy, who spolto as follows: It has bion (ustomary, when a manll name is put before the public for Legislativo lionors, that ho should lot the peoplo know his Opinions on the most iiportant topics of the day. But as there have boon no issues, and no ques.. tions asked. I shall not say anything to disturb the harmony that pre, -vails among us. When I ha1tVe to ,peak to an iiselligent pe1o e, ts ftre hero to.-day, I wouki like to have something new to say. I tace it for granted that overy whito man, and every intelligont colored man, Jnows that the salvatioll of our1 country depends upon the success of the Democratic party; thorofore, the candidates for nomination should stand upon their own merit...

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. — 26 September 1878

TRI-WEEKL WIN-NSBOlt--O-,--S'".'-'-C.,---f-Fl-lUlt-SDA'YsSEPTEill.BEl.126,,1.87,13. Columbia BusInoss. Cards, EADQAARTERSfor cheapest Gro ceries and Hardware in Columbia to be found at the old reliable house of LORICK & LOWRANCE. JZJIX'S, Portraits, Photographs, Store L. 0soopes, &e. All old potures copied. Art Gallery Building, i4) Main Street, Columbia, S. C. Visitors are cordially invited to call and exaumiso. C1lARLES ELIAS,formerly of Camden. thas moved to Columbia, an.d opened a large stook, of Dry Goods and Notions, Boots, Shoes, Trunks and Valises. Satis faction guaranteed. R CKLING'S GALLERY--Opposito the Wheeltr Houte. Portraits, Photographs, Amubrotypos and Ferroty pes hinished in the latest style of the art; Okd pictures copied and enlarged to any side. W. A. REOKLING, Proprietor. D IEROKS & DAVIS, importers and dealers in Watohes, Clooks,Jowelry, -Silver and Plated Ware, House F'rnish ing Goods, &e. N. B.-Watches and jew elry repaired. Columbia, S. C. oc...

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. — 26 September 1878

WINNBORO.. S. C. VXUB5DAY, 8BEPTEMBER 106. 1878. It. MrleA N'S DA V18, ElTO. JNO. . )EYKOLPD, AssoCIATE EDITOR. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor : WADE ILAMPITON. For Lieutenant Governor W. D. SIMPSON. For Secretary of State : R. M. SIMS. For Comptroller Getneral: JOHNSON HAGOOD. For Attorney Generl: LEROY F. YOUMANS. For State Treasurer S. L. LEAPHART. For Superinten dent of .Education; HUGH S. THOMPSON. For Adjutant & Inspector General: E. W. MOISE. For (ongress--Fburt1& District JOHN H. EVINS. THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTiON of York has nominated a flue ticket for the H1ouse-,consisting of Col. Asury Coward, B. -1. Massey, Peter Garrison and Charles Green. Mr. Massey was elected to the House at the last general election, and took a prominent position. The other nominees are worthy gentle men, and will make excellent repre sentativcs. Tu NATrIoNA L Democratic Conunit teo have determined to open a naltional campaign in South Carolina. Scunator McDonald, of Indiana, and Congr...

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. — 26 September 1878

LOCAL ITEMS. i'HURS. AY, 8EPTEMBEC'1 6,. 1878. Now Advortlaomonts. Kniights of Hlonor-E. S. Chandler, Ieporter. New Goods-J. %, leaty. Mr. R. J. McCarley has received a fresh supply of inackerel-vlich, as everybody of taste knows, is very good eating. Give him a call and try some. The geraniums ralfied for the benefit of the yellow fever sufferers realized the handsome little sum of nineteen dollars. A well-spring of pleasure is a healthy biby; keep your baby in good health by using Dr. Bull's IlBby Syrup-tlie friond of infancy. Price 25 cents. * Attention is called to the advertise ment of' Mr. J. M. Beaty, who has just received his new stock, and who is prepared to offer great inducements in all goods in his line. We are pleased to learn that 0. R. Thoimpson, Esq., vho was quite sick a few days ago, is yery niuioh improved, 4n(d it is hoped and expected that lie will very soon be Ailly restored to health. We have had a call from Dr. T. C. Robertson, niow of Rock Hill and for merly...

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. — 26 September 1878

15he Sea3 and Xeratdf TRI WEERLY EDITION. TERJMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Wookly One YWar. - - $0 " 4 Six-miontihs. - - - - 2.0 "4 Threw monthiti. - - -- 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square ono insertfion S1.00. For each subseq11unt insertionl 50,!. Obituat rics and1( Tributos of Rlespoet chirged for H td vertisements. Liberal discoluit mado o r contract adVOrtisem111enits. 0 JOB WORK. Bill HIeads, Lett Heads, En-lv('lopos PoeArws, Cards, 11vitations, Tich (%, Ac. neattly execntod at this oiceo,-UCHEAF FOIL CASH. NowDrocorigo. 0 AM RECEIVING daily fresh Sugars, Coffves Green and Roast ed, Te01a, Flomr, Grist, Meal, Syrups, ,olasses, Soda, Soap, Starch, .lagging and Ties, Bacon, Lard-in Ubis., Cans and Buckets Sood Oats, Rye and Barley, Nails, Trace Chains, Horso and Mule Shoes, Axlo Greese, Whito Wine and Cider Vinegar. Fresh Chooeso and Maccaroni received to-day. Now Buckwheat Flour. Choico new crop NQw Orleans Mo-tsses. Now Mackerel in kits, I and i barrels. OF All goods delivered vi...

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. — 28 September 1878

ITi-VEEKLY ElNTN W S.Il )O. S. C.. S'TURDAY, SL.:,-T'1 I'El 28,_1878. YOL. 2. NO..10 AN IIIST IO PAIALLEL. ---0 So111o t I 14CA ' NSCE.yt;' 'S 01 P 11J ,; I It7A 7' P 1, IwI s' IN s,0N 10X. A CalamnIty that Dwarfr by C:mtrast tho Proient Droaul(j1 .picefljC in l ,hu Southwst Thle prese!nt. opidelnic inl some of the SouithnIll cities r)i.gs to mind Defoe's description of the opidemlic plaguo1 inl London, known a; the Gr 10t Plagne. In llmany fea-ttiures the two disorders preselit poilts of resemibiahllnco. Both wero imported and grow by reason of the unusual -wiarmith of the season acting u11pon the Iilth of thO streets. In each caso the desolation anIod loss of Iifle woroc awful, alha the Illost string nt quarantino regilations failed to operate as (i'ectivo cheksi. The London plaga was, i.owOVer, by far, th ost deO.A kstrurttive, not les.; than one lumdred ' tlhousa0d persoIn having died of it. The plagu raged ini Londion dam ing the sping, k.0unIIIutnor1 11 aml I utu. Im ofl 1 . I...

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. — 28 September 1878

It. JIl . I 1). IJ I S, Erran. JNO. S. It I N1'XOIDI, AsSoCixi l2r. Euilou. Plu1 01iO RtATIC STIATlI E TIC KET Ivor (governor- : WVADEHA ITN ./'on' Licutenta, o cnr n<>r W. 1). SiPSON. I'm. Secrei(r|| q1/ ett: P. M. 81218. .I'm or ( pnh-to//tr (|cinerail: JOHNSON HAG(OOD. F"or Alttornley6 (ineerl: LEROY F. YOUMANS. For teeTerrr: S. L. LEAP1l[ART'1. .1<'or XSrperintecni n of' E<~./ru-aion ; HUG1[ ,-. THMIPSON. .For A<)j e1at <& n.2pe- l>r (i<:c raid. .Po) C . W . bI. JO ]I N 1. .1 N S. TH . A .u IlNI TI.\TI(N i!1 ('; ul) ill,", with . (ehne de(ll' Oi t he ne.n 1le1 ion. Thi. n-1111 i' 4 ,1 , o i no I' I peophl ill 1111' 1 llild '2 . :1! o n y bv con11se lhw victorious- pinviy :-.Il onI a yh11or61- 1a hi 12h inila ite ihn intri tll1' 11 14 Vh 'iOW(I t l :. Thw ( ill ilv callmp llt 1Ihnt wv i-rn' 11:114.2 I i l'h l, 2 it i ley arc b lw ul tog . 1 I T 1 :il. \N.1 'l 's . | \0e14-1.. h l'ell t 11 he 11M' 1h .0id l mv l h.I I In11 ba. jlelb o it c ittioll ill I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 28 September 1878

LOCAL ITEMS. 5ATURDAY, N EPTEMBER 28, 1878. Religious Notices. Associate Reformed Church-Rev. J. A. White. Episcopal Church--tev. J. Obcar, services every Sulnday except the 2nd Suinday of tie month ; at 11 A. 31. Presbyterian Church-tev. I. B. Pratt, 11 A. im. anld 8 .. %[. Suliday School 9 A. M. Prtayer meeting Wed Iesdty 8 r. m. Methodist Clurch-Rov. J. S. Con nor, 11 A. A. and 8 1. 11. Sunday School, 10 A. a1. Prayer Meeting on Thursday at8 1. m. New AdvertisemonrS. Stop-J. F. McMaster & Co. Examnination of Teachers--Willard Richardson. Tribute of Respect--G. B. McCants, Secretary. Fall and Winter Goods-J. 0. Bong. Masonic Meet ing-J. F. Mciaster, Secretary. Globe White Lead and Mixed Paint Company. People Who are afflicted with Boils, lingworms, Eruptive Diseases, etc. shouhl use Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture and be at once rid of theseannovaices.* The Davis seowing machine, for which Mr. J. 0. Bong is the agent at, Wiminsboro, gives gvat, satistetion wherever it is used. There ...

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. — 28 September 1878

Uhe 1u iwVad TRI WEEMLY EDITION. TRMi S OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Wookly One Yoar. -$- - - - .0 " " six-n1onths. 2.0 s "c Throa inonthis. - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One sqnaro ono insortion $1.00. For 01a0h subsequ( ion t insertionl 160". Obituai rios and TributeH of Ucspect ohanrted for i advortisemonts. Liboral discount inado or contract advortitoments. -0 JOB WORK. Bill I1eads, Letter Ifeads, Envolopes Posters, Card-4, invitatious, Ticits, &c. neatly exocutod at this ofice,--C11EAP FOR'OASH. Columbia Business Cards. EADQUARTERS for cheapcst Gro cories and I1ardwaro in Columbia to bo found at the old reliable houso of LO1tICK & LOWRANCE. I~X'S, Portraits, Photographs, Store oscope, &. All old pictures copicd. Art Gallery Building, 12.1H Main Street, Columbia, S. C. Visitors aro cordially invited to call and Oxamnino. C IlARLES EIAS,formerly of Camden, ha1 v10eod to (o.1111bia, anl I openled a large stock, of Ury Good(s tind Notions, Boots, Shoes, Truiks and Valises. ,ati...

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. — 1 October 1878

WIN N S s. c.,, T E DA Y,N- UDBEl 1,l878. 1VOL. N UNWRITTIN WAR HI-STORY. A -POC ICrMA'N0V (N WlIC. 9'FA[t I'A711 01" i1 NTA'IRA ON JPAWAND1* 'D. The Document t!m Mr. UdnmnIn Pre pared Acknow!edgiiig the IrCepend-.. ence of the Bduth--Why Anotier was Substituted. t( rrespondence qf the New York Sun.] WAsmNo'(ON, September 22.--n the dark an uncertain days pro coding the outbreak of the rebellion there was much doubt in the mind of Mr. Lincoln regarding ( dis-. position of the people north of the recognized tdiyiling lino botwoon freedom and slavery to sustain aggressivo metasuros; for the prms e1vatiQ1. of the Union. Stato after State had seceded, and po demon ftration had been made at the Nor, h to counteract the force of such ImovemnentW at the South. On the contrary, thero were public mn10 who openly advocated a division of the Union into such parts as would! suit geograpIhical lines and their own interests and amition. Nota bly, Mr. I-Iondrieks favored a North westorn Confederac...

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. — 1 October 1878

low, TIII-NVEEK14AY EA DI()N.l WINN S'loitO., S. coo(EIX,Uc~FRLI88 {O 2 O 0 UNWRITTEN WAR HISTORY. -0o A I'll OCrAr r110 IVN ly VIrr,IF 7.yy;b -A TE 7 OF TIM NAT TON 1)APEY)N1)). The Document t1n Mr. Linooln Pre pared Acknowledgiig the Independ so' ence of the Sduth--Why Another was substituted. f (1drrespondewe qf the Neto York Sn.] WAsHIN'TON, Septo,nber 22.-In the dark and uncertain days pro ceding the outbreak of the rebellion there was much doubt in the mind of Mr. Lincoln regarding tho di4 position of the peoplo north of the recognized diyiding lino between frecdom and slavery to sustain aggressive measuros2 for the prs erva1.n of tihe Union. State after State had seceded, and po demon ptration had been made at the North to counteraet tho foreo of such movements at the South. On 'lie Coitiary, there wero public mon who openly advocated a division of the Union into such parts as would suit geographical lines and their own interests and ambition. Nota.. bly, Mr. 17ondricks favor...

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. — 1 October 1878

ght~ M1en anA X)rali~ WINNSBORO. S. C. 2'SU1CDAY, 00TOR : 1, 1878. It. MI'ANS DA VIS. EIlTon. JNO. S. ItRJNO. D8, ASsOCIATE ElDIToH. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor: WADE HAMPTON. For Lieutenant Governor W. D. SIMPSON. For Secretary of Shate: I. M. SIMS. For Comptroller General: JOHNSON HAGOOD. For Attorney General: LEROY F. YOUMANS. If'or State Treasure;-: S. L. LEAPHART. .1or Superintendent of Education : HUGH S. THOMPSON. lFor Adjttant & Inspector Genetral: E. W. MOISE. For ConUress-Rourth )istrict; JOHN H. EVINS. Tin CxItFVNI%AUX candidate for gov ernor of Tennessee has gone back into his hole. The ''Solid South" was too Imluch for him. TruIe ROCK HIL -11Waipton Herald truthfully says: ''In elevating Colonel Coward to the hionorabl- position of lepresentative, York comty will do herself an honor that will shed new lustre upon the good naime she already enjoys.11 CONRESSIONAL electHIXnS Will be held in October hi Ohio, Indiana and Iowa. In the last Congress these States...

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. — 1 October 1878

lOCAL ITEMS. .TUESDAY, 007TOBICm: 1, 1878. Now Advortienonts. (q,ood Goods-McNlaster & lrice. School luokS-Itobt. E l'ark. P1resrv o Your baby's lealtl by promptly adminlistering" Dr. 11101's Baby Syr 1It) Cor. the diseose of early, childhood. Price 25 cents. * Aless,rs. McMaster & Brice advertise new goods il great variety, which (hey will sell it teip.tinlgly low prices. GAive thei a call. 1hC Circuit Court, Fir Fairtield county opeis oi Mlonday, the 21st. inst. "Judge A. P1. Aldrich will pre side. There is a considerable quantit ' or business, bo(h civil and criminal, ol hand. Speaking of or recent improvement, the (Columibia Register kindly says: "Te WiNinsboro Ni.,ws A ND li:CA, ippearl.s.3 ill new type for1 its original matler, and other imilprovemlenits are conlteiplated. Its coiductors know how to make a good paper, and as we have saild be'tore, tle people ofl "Iirfield should give theml at gelerouts suppor-L." The Masons of' this place have giveln $25 flor (lie yell...

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

thealew;and Xs ralf. TRI WE JlLY EDITION. TEM'101- OF SUBSCIIIPTION. '.ri-Wookly Ono Yar. - - - "ix-mounths. -- - -- -- 2.0 'JThre3 mIonth2. - - -- .1,.0 RtIES OF ADVERTISING. One mquarO one insortiot st.00. For each mubsmquent inisortiokkm. Oiua ,im; amid Tritutes of hespecl, .h n ld for H advertiscmiclts. Liboral discount n,1ado o.r cotract ad vertisemeints. ---o - JOlt WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Ileads, Enveiopem Po.term, Cards, Invitations, Tioket, &c natly exoontcd at tis ofliOs -CiIEAP VOR CASH. Columbia Business Cards.. l '~EADQUARtERs for cheapot, Gro ceries and flardwire in (o1um1bia to bo found at the old reiablo houm, or -LORIC.K & LOWAR ANiE. T~X'S, Portraits, Photographs, Store oscopes, &c. All old pictulre copied. Art Oallory Iuildig, 12.1. Main Street, Columbia, S. ;. Visitos are cordially invitcd to call and examilo. (1IIARLES ELAAS,forme-rly of Camden, j lha moved to Colubia, an-l opioed a large stock, of Dry Goods and Notions, Boots, ShOes, 'runl and Vali...

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 October 1878

CW K D N N )A 7 tL GREENBACK LEADERS. --0 8 0ArIETHING An30UT IRNDLfBoN, ALLEN AND EWING. "Gath" Sketches the Henchmen of the Greenback Giant and Mentions SMal ler Fry--Reminiscences of the Period When the Giant was Nothing More Than a Rag Baby. [ Lbrresponlence qf (he New YUrk imh1es.3 George Pendleton is a singular compound of tihe Southerner in bearing with the Yankee in business. The latter qualities lie gets from his mother's family, the Hunts, of New Jei soy, who alone left him anything. The Pendle6on's, were Virginians, who were, as Federalists, sent to Georgia early in the history of the State, and there Pendleton's father was born. His grandfather wias the second of Alexa.der Hamilton at Weehawken when Burr accomplish - ed his revengo. Old folks in New York say it is the tradition that Hamilton was sacrificed to the mis taken ardor of his second, who BMW ought to have seen that by a duel Burr risked nothing but his worth less life and gained a full revenge, while Hamilton r...

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 October 1878

WINNS13ORO, S. 0. T0URSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1878 7f. MIANS DAVIS, HDITOn1. JNO. 8. JEYNOLDS, ASSOCIATE .EDITOR. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET For Governor : WADE HAMPTON. For Lieutenant Governor W. D. SIMPSON. For &cretary of Atate: R. M. SIMS. For Comptroller General: JOHNSON HAGOOD. FNor Attorney General: LEROY F. YOUMANS. For State Treasurer S. L. LEAPHART. For Superintendent of .Education, HUGH S. THOMPSON. .For Aijutant & Inspector General, E. W. MOISE. For Congress-ourth District. JOHN H. EVINS. DEMOCICATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Rpeettvs 11. A. GAILLAI), THOS. S. BRICE, I. C. CLOWNEY. For Jaye of Probate: J. It. BOYLES. For School Commissioner: JOHN BOYD. OUT OF TnHITY-EM.T nna111COilltlC physicians sent to Memphis twenty one are dead, sixteen are ill with yet low fever and only one has escaped It is folly in any one not acclimated tt enter those post-holes. They can d( little good and only add to the burden borne by the nurses. A cORRESPONDENT of the New Yor herald says that politi...

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. — 3 October 1878

FOCAL iT EMS. TIZURSDAtY, OCTOVEla: 3, 1878. New Adverlisments. Just Received-J. MA. Beaty. Col. Wll. Johnlstonk, of Charlotte, is visiting Winsboro. Mlr. Boaglha4just received soic de.si cated oat meal, which will be found very palatable. There will bo reli-iotus services in the (liflrent chuknrches to-morrow morn ing at eleven o'clock. People learn wisdoil by experieice. A mai never wakes up his secomid baby to see it laugh, but always keeps Dr. Bull's llaby Syrup himdy. * The interesting report of the parade or the H1ampton Rtitle Guard reachedi uts too late for publication lin Tuesday's paper. A viarant dlog Fell into the old abandoned well inl the College lot on Friday nlight, flld although the depth was about. seveiity-five feet, it received n1o hurt. It wts allowed to remain in its novel prison for several days, sonic charitably disposed people throwing food to it; but on 'Tuesdaiy it was hauled out. No owner appeared for the dog, and the rescuer bore it oir in, triuimi. Till...

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. — 3 October 1878

TRI VEERLY EDITION. TlER0S OF SUBSCIP'TION. Tri-Weely Ono Year. - - -- - i. Si i-nont ts. - - - - 2. 0 1re nintI1. - -- -- 1. R OATE F OF AIWELTIXING. One siqttaro on(- insortion s.i. For eiech Hubsequtent instertion '*)),:. obpitl:a rie-istarfl Tributes of Respwect chiarved for or contract advurtisemtients. ---o0 JOB VORK. iiln Hteads, Lettter uvea,s.Enelp, Plosters, Cards, 1ivitatiOns, Tie'es, . neatly exoen1ted at this olie, ClI"AP FOR OAX811 PAIN GLOBE Whito Loa ua E il Paiit Co. CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000. Tiwo lPaints aro mi-te, ready for uan, an.y shado or color, ao f4olI in any q4tunutie from fino Quart to a Durrel. E -14 DO YOUR OWN PAINTING. These Paints aro niado of I uro Whit., Lead Zito anid Lineed Oil held In sohition aail reni for uso; aro ono third chela peri nl will Iast tIfr.. time as long as Paiitt nixod it tho ordintary way. $25 REWARD! ,ivlll bo paid for lvery ounce of adulteration found in them. Thouvanda of honAte aid soimo of the fitent villas in Amoeria are pim...

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. — 5 October 1878

TRI-WEEKLY EDITIO.N1 AVINNSBOIRO. S. C,S' U) O1OEU 88 VT..N.O BEN HILL ON TIIE SITUATION. -0 - TIL D114OonATiC 1'RTY W1,1., WJ VER DIE. How the Georgia Senator Reads the Signs of the Times.-The Radicals Will Never Again Have a Majority. [Extract From a Iecend Spcech.] First, I wish to say to this audi onco that the Republican party is dying. Io is blind who cannot see it. If we arise, it will soon pass away; and the places which have known it so long will know it no snore forever. There are philoso phical reasons for tho death of the Republican party, which it cannot avoid, and which it cannot escape. In the first place, the Republican party was always a sectional party. It was formed in sectionai issues, and had professedly a sectional or. ganization. In the second place, it Wias always an unconusUtitultional pal' ty. It had its organization in an avowed attempt to change the con stitution of the country by force and it did it. In the third place, it is a party which has been mainl...

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 October 1878

WINNSBORO, S. 0. NATURfDAr, OCrODER : 6, 1878. it. MICANS 11A 1-IS, EITOR. JNo. . tE,YNO1,D8, Ass0ouATF EnITon. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor : WADE HAMPTON. For Lieutenant Governor: W. D. SIMPSON. Vor ecretary of State: R. M. SIMS. For Comptroller General: JOHNSON HAGOOD. For Attorney General: LEROY F. YOUMANS. ler State Treasurer S. L. LE APHART. .Por Supeorntendent of .Education ; HUGH S. THOMPSON. For Adjutant & Inspector General: E. W. MOISE. For Congress--Fourth -Distriet JOHN H-. EVINS. D1>IocA TIC COUNTY TICK17'. For Representatives: 11. A. GAILLAllD, THOS. S. BlICE, It. C. CLOWNEY. For Judge of Probate: J. it. BOYLES. For School Commissioner: JOHN BOYD. FATER ItY410Wh wlo (ied of yellow fever at, Chatianooga was not, the poet, Father Rya)i, who wrote "The Con quered1 B er. Ti RPUBLICANs have carried the pocket borough of Colorado and are immensely elated over the first success of the year. Colorado has always beei Republican. ELFC7loNs WILL, nE held oil the 8...

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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