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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 7 November 1878

I4CAL ITEMS. THUtSDAY, o H ny7, 1873. TIIL,, CiARLESTON AMi 0 8 -I * New Advortisoment;s. In Bankruptcy--C. E. Spencer. 1nights of onor-E. S. Chandler, Reporter. Tie Gordon Ligh, tlfilinlry had a drill inl full uniform on Tuesday after noon. Th'le men haVe recently made great progress in the drill. and theyi will make a fine s%owiIg at tle fair. The constant ly increasing popularit y of Dr. Bull's Baby Synrup is a gUa1ran tee of its usefuliess anld elibetiveness for ChldI(renlsuifllring 1'roml W"ind Co:Ac, DiarrLea or Dyetery. Price 25 cents a bottle. * ir All citizens ot' Winnsboro inter ested in suslainiig and eliarging Mount Zion School are requested to meet with the Mount Zion Society at the Town lHall to-day, at 9 1-2 'elock, a. m. A full meeting is requested, as inittters of imp)rtance will be consid cred. Nmv.Goovs.- . D. R. Flenniken has receitly received ia full stock of Staple anld fancy groceries, boots, Shoes, etc., which lho olrers at lowest living pricis. II new advert...

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. — 7 November 1878

TRI WEEKLY EDITION. TERM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tr-Wookly Ono Year. -- - - -- $4.0 " " six-mlonths. 2.0 Throa imontho. - - - 1.0 UATES OF ADVEIRTISING. One sqtare ono insertion $1.00. For each subsequent insertion if. Obitua uios and Tributes of 14ospcot phrged fpr a advortisemputs. Liboil 4isco qr4 m&96 or contraot adiertiseiat. -0 JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tiokets, &c. neatly executed at this offlce,-OHEAPI FOR CASH. NEW ADVERTIHFMENTS. REW ICH BLOOD I PARSON'S PURGATIVE PILLS make new rich blood, and will completely change the blood in the entire system in three months. Any per Hon Who will take one 1Il each night from one to twelve weeks may be restored to sound health if such a thing be possible. Sent by Iail for'eight, letter stamps. I. 3. JOHNSON & CO., Bangor, Maine. DON'T SAY IIUMBJG, BlT JUDGE FOl YOURSELF. SEND FOR FREE LITHOGRAPH OF 5-TON FIFTY )OLLAIt8 FREIGiIT-PAjE BOLD ON TRIAL WAUON SCALE, ALL IRON AND STEEL, BR...

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. — 9 November 1878

-l EKLY IV WINNSBORO. S. C.. SATUm A V Nt) VV'1i 'n 1 WSaCONTRYT AMQONG 2HR E PE1OPL. Fraud and Low Prices Two Causes Cipher Despatches will not Believe It. Prof. Perry, of Williams College. poke before the Free-Trade League last week .on "The Causes of Politi Cal Discontent." The first cause n1Med by hin was the dissatisfac.. tion of the people with the Republi. can party, which is responsible for the ongoing of national forces in this country for the last eighteen years. He spoke not as a partisan, although he believed that Mr. Til den was honestly elected President of the United States. The Repub lican party, lie thought, had created dissatisfaction by its identity with the old Whig party on the subjects of contraizing power in the hands of the Federal Govern ment, the nation. atl paper money, the protective tariff and internal inprovenents or nub i sidies. The most glaring illustra tions of centralization were the facts that we were obliged to wait for a so-called President to d...

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. — 9 November 1878

WINNSBORO. S. C. OATUVRPAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1878. It. MHANS DAI8, EVITO1. JNO. S. 19EYNOLDS, AssOCIATP EDITon. A FEARFUL cartliqtiake in Central Amcrica, on the 2d of October, de stroyed ten or twelve tow ns and iany lives. It must have been the tidal wave from this convulsion that tumbled Camipbell, Mackey and Sialls all in i heap on Tuesday. Mn. WENDELL P1111,,11rs, in a speech made in behalf of Butler the nigit before the election, said: ''Ir the sun of the next century looks down on a union of forty States it. will be the effect of the million blacks who are the allies of the Stars and Stripes. The blood that sinks into the soil of South Carolina to-night, through the traitor in the White Ilouse-(ap plause)-will yet unite the million allies that the Republicans summoned to the fight." Has Sam Lee's nose been bleeding? A Fable From Esop. One Day the President of the Society for the P. of C. to Aninmals meti a Dromedary painfully making his Way through Bottle Alley, with an Eye bunged...

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. — 9 November 1878

FJOCAL ITEMS. SATURI}AY, NOTEMBRIt9 , 187S. Rnlliou Noticos. Associate Reiormed Church--ev.J. MA. Todhl, elevet, A. M., and half-past sCven, P. M. Methodist Church-lRev. V. A. Rogers, 11 A. Al. atnd 7: 30 P. M. Sunday School, 10 A. M. Prayer Meeliig on Thursday at. 7: 30 P,. M. E4"piscopal chulrelc-Rev. J. Obear, services every Sun11day exceq)t the 2nd Sunday of the motii ; at I A. I. Prosb)yterianl Church-liev. 1. 11. Pratt, 11 A. Im. and 4:30 P. M. Suni day School 9 .%. m. Prayer ninfilg Weduesday 4: 30 P. M. New Advortisononts. Clork's Sales-V. Ill. Kerr. Probate Sales-O. it. Thompson. Sale Under Order of Court-George . Walker, Iteeree. Executors Sale. Trustee's Sale-F. Elder, 'rusihe. Adninistrator's Sale-D. Rt. Flen niken, Administrator. Building and Loan Association D. Rt. Flenniken, Secretary. Jowelry &c.-Connor & Chandler. Fresh Goods-D. Rt. Flenniken. Another investigation has proven'; beyond doubt that Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup is the best, medicine for teeth ing child...

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. — 9 November 1878

tihe eus and .eraim TRI W EEKLY EDITION. TE.10M8 OF SUBSCiI'ITON. Tri-Wookly Onm Yoar. - - - $-10 " " ix-moi,h1n. - - 2.0 " Throi monthI...-.--.--.1.0 IATi,s OFr ADVERTIMIN0. One #eitaro oio Itinrtlon $1.00. For onoh1 141bIMn11n1t inIHrt01n 604. ()bItInl r ion tid ''rt bitoH of IttwpOot ohiaged for u atilvortbinontnti. Liberal dkil,countmdo or ountritol, advortinommi,s. JOR WORK. 11111 UmWdi, Leit,er flondii, Pa'InVVlo tOH PoNtrN, Cardi, Inviiitation, 'T'iolce, No. neatly oeoitiud at thiii ollito, -lEA P NEW ADIV ERTISEMIENTS. NBW R?cI ILOODI I'Alt8ON's lI'it)OA'I'tV l PIbl,. lininko new riel bltim, aIntI will no iplotity elltige tho bloot iII t.ho t ro myi.i ni t liriw mont-its. A ty per 14011 who will takii one Vii 'en 111gi. froitm 000 to ,wtelvo weeki tin%y bi ristirt t to sItlitiei h1etlh, if 1n1h4a1 t.lug1ji b 1h .4 p 1s 1h . SNt. , by Iunti for elgtl tott.r staImp4. 1. t. ,jOlINSON A CO., Bangor, Matin. D)ON"1' SAY 111.11MiTIC), BlT .1 Ul)0le yol YOUll"KF. SKCND FlOR FIRIC 1,...

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 November 1878

TR-EK'EII} WINNSBORO. S. c..,TUESDAY, NOErlFVOL. 2. N, THE PEAOEFUL REVOLUTION, ---- WHAT A 8IIR,E WD NoR TJEtN J?N.RV F'UJIL L(.4 A N ATS 41JJpVT J.t, Pleased, in Spite of Himself, at the An nihilation of the Party of Corruption. [PRer{ield's I,Cller to Ciltinn i Comnamercld.] CoLUMB3A, S. C., October 30.-Tho more I see of the conditions of affairs here the more am I convinc ed of the utter hopelessnoss of the attompt of the Republicans to do Anything as a pI.rty. Thoy liad as well disband at once, make ternis to the enemy and bow to the in avitable. The record of the party is such, and the bitterness of the whites so great, that nothing bear ing the Republican name can sur vive locally in power here. Under our form of governnent there is absolutely no remedy for this, no way to provent a powerful and ombittered minority from over coming a weak and dofenceless ma joriy. South Carolina is lost to the Republicans, and will hereaftor be as Democratic as Georgia. I asked the postmaster...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 12 November 1878

VINNS13O1O. S. C. TUEI3DAY, NOVEMlBER 1.$, :187i It. MR4A NS DA4VIS, E,ITOR. JNO. S. 11' NQL.I ASSOCIATEH ED o1. Timn Is NOT niilch ttso ill talhit of a-Solid South when North Carolinat allows three Radicals to slip into Con gress, and Florida sends another, while Georgia elects two malecontent DeME TIsE AGO 6overnor Colquitt, of Georgia, gave the State endorse mer.t to bonds of the Northeast Rail road. Some doubt existed as to the legality or propriety of the act, aid the Governor was severelh criti-ised In some quarters. 1lc replies inl a message to the Legislature, denkoune Ing the charges as slanderous and tl.e, and demanding the fullest hMvestiga tion. A committee has been appoint ed in acquiescence in his reqliest. TuE INTELI.IGONCE of th(e seious accident that befell Governor llampton onl the 7th instant, causes sorrow everywhere. Although a compounid fiacture is a serious n)atter, it is hoped that the Governor's natukral vigor of constitution will bring him through speedily....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 12 November 1878

44 LJOCAL 11114jAs TUPN DA 1NoQiVA11 1.9, j 1818. lt\nnowHei.:u 1....Timfollow il'y is fihe presenvlt .4che4dille ot' arrivalls, oil the Char-klope Co"milbia anld Aui gutA l6tilroatd: Bly~ thewood - - 2.41 I? it(Iig(ew Iv - - 3.03 " Wi illisborO - - 3.35 " Woodward's - - t410 " Blackstock - - " Chestei' - - 4.40 ' DAY1PASSE.NGFa-At-ONU SOU-nt. Cester - - 12..17 1. m, Blackstock - . 1. Woodward's - 1.21 " Winilsboro - - 56 Rid-eway - -- 2.26 l tIlte wo(od . .. 2..11 Colu111nbiv -. li25 - Nimurr P A SSI.N.:--,NE -Go NNoN(I F. Coltilbiat - - 11 ) v. N1. Winnsboro - 12.4;3 A. 'M, Chester .. - 1.48 Niirr PassIssui.:n-GoiNu SI>iri. Clester - - 2.20 A . Wilillsbor(o - - 3.110 Colunbia - - .t.9 "5 The night pmssenlger stops onlly ait tile following statfions: ('1o111-14jite, ]'oek liill, Clester, Lewis', Winms boro, Cohnnbiti, Uidge Spring) Tren ton, ( Graniteville, Alugusta. ew Adverr"'or -n., Sh1rill's Sales-s. W. Ituff, S, F, C, F."reshI G4oods-.- Wm II 1.D1)on iIy . le Evening Sentin...

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 November 1878

TRI WEE t&LY EDITION. TER1S OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri- Wookly Ono Year. - - - 0 SSix-:nonithI4.- -- - - 2.0o 'Thro. inith4. - 1.0 IRATEs OF A)VERTISING. One squaro ono isiortion $1.00. For clach stib>otquent iinsertion 50(-. Obitita rios andV ributes of Iospect charged for a a1vertisuieits. Liberal discount umado or coutract advortismouits. .--o -- JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Ileads, Eivelop-4 Posters, Cards, Invitations. Tio-kets. 1c neatly executed It this oflic-, -CIlEAl', wOR CASH. NEW1' A 1)V CRTI*1SE1 I"' IS. PVARSON'S 'U(l.ATI VE l 1A 8 mike new rchI 1lood, atnd will coimpletely elian.t lle ie )i 111 I tho ctittre systein lit.et entli is. A ny p-r son who will tako PIll 111 911 night0ro1t onle to twelve week., may ht rerlode to sonn 1l health, if Such a thing he postible. Sent hv inall for eight letter stamps. 1. 3. JOHNSON & CO., Bangor, Maine. DON'T SAY 11UM.NW17, BUT ,l-lI'E FOlt YOURISELF. SEND FOl ll-:E t.1TlltAl'tl OF -TON FIFTY DOL.L.AR<S FitEtiT-l'All) SOLD ...

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. — 14 November 1878

EE CPNIN anb ]e 1aL. TRI-W EEKL Y-EDITION.1 WVINNS-BORO0. S. c.,'rtIURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1878 (VOL. 2 O 2 DEVOURING HUMAN BEINGS! -0 THB SICKExNING IRItois or' ArODWRX CANAII.ALISM, A Most Horrible Sceno in the Marques as Islands--The Barbarous Natives Eating Nine Women and WUldren. i,*m Yran-isco C1,ronice.] Among the passmgers by the Grayhound, arrived at this port from Tahita, was an Anrican, named Lewis Chase, who, for more than a quartor of a century, has not soon a civilized country, and has seldom looked upon the face of a white man. San Francisco is the first glimpse of civilization he has had since he left his nativo home in Danburv, Conn., twenty-sovon years ago. The group of islands on which Mr. Chase has passod his quarter o f a century is the Marquesas, where, before his own eyes, he has seen cannibalism practiced, both as a line art and as a fierce display of huumn ferocity. This horriblo practice is indulged in prineipally to gratify a deadly spirit of revenge, which ...

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. — 14 November 1878

WNNSIOo, 8. V. !5'JJVaD4. Zx, i0J2 14 1878. R. )\fCAN ; DAVJ N, HDITe14. J*O. h. B'Rl"NOLDS, ASsOCIATs ICVUH. BEN BU,TLElC say8 I Is h ppy.j [e received 109,000 votes, t larger num ber thank Was over before received by a beaten candidate, and moir ta several successful cianlidates received. lie pro)oscs to Aght it out, Oi his linle' until 'assaehusetts it reformed. lHe Is a lively Beast. THE CoLMIA Rgsr has It Well Written article on the At\ture of the Democracy. It takes the proper ground in demanding (lint the Presi dential fight of 1881) be waged on hligh colstitutioll prinwiplem iistead of upon sides issues. Bitt we think our contenporary errs in abaulotiig New Yoiqk, Now Jersey and Connecticut inl the hope of gaining Ohio, Illinois and Wviscousit. If we renmember arihit New York has gone Democratic every% time shiethe.qlose!of the war except, lin 1872, 1873 and 1878. It is a Demo cratil State. New Jersey and (.(on. necticut have been pretty steadily Democratic of late; while Oh...

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. — 14 November 1878

lOCAL ITEMS. .THURSD.AY, NOVEMIXER 14, 1878. New Advertisements. Tr Istee's Sa le--Thoimas C.. Pollock. Free School 'ri'Istees. Masonic Meeting-G. B. McCants, Secretary. There being no priz() of'ered for drilling, tihe Gordon Light inlluitry abandoned their intention of going to the State Fair. Look out for cold weather and don't catch cold ; but if you (o, nothing will Imleet the reluirements of your situa tion as well as Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. JU DFOES FOR THi Ami.-The follow ing parties have been LppointCd to serve as judges of the articles mention ed belowv: Field Crops-W. T. Rivers, J. C. F. Sims, Mr. - Godbold, B. F. William son and Thomas S. Moore. H1ou1sholi-1). P. Dluncan, L. L. Young and J. Kirvenl. Wines, Cordials, &c.-Hon. J. S. Richiardson, Col. E. 'M. Rucker and Col. T. Stobo Farrow. Preserves, Jellies and Jams-Mrs. Y. J. Pope, Mrs. J. W. Sellers and Mrs. Dr. Hear'st. Pickles-Mrs. F. A. Connor, Mrs. J. N. Huffmnan andINMrs. Jolug ileiI y. Fruit and Garden Trees--C...

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. — 14 November 1878

TRI WEEKLY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tei-Wookly One Yoar. - - - $4.0 " ix-iniths. - - - - 2.0 Thro2 months. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One mquaro one insertion $1.00. For each subsequent insertion 5M. Obitut ries and Tributes of tespeot oharged for a advortisoents. Libornat discount m1ade or contract advortismuents. -0 - JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tickets, &c. neatly exeouted at this offile,-CHEAP yOu OASH. FALL, 1878! W E are pleased to annouance to the buyers of Winnsboro and the County,that we are now, reoceiving one of the largest stooks of DRY GOODS, Shoes and Boote, Hats and Caps, Ready-Made Clothing, Yankee Notions, Crockery, GlaIswaro, Woodenwaro, Groceries, &c. Ever offered in this market. -0. - It aball bo our aim, as heretofore, t sell as low as the lowest. In short,wo don't intend for any one to go away from Winnsboro to get cheap goods. Call and examino our IMMENSE STOCK. La&d Bros. Sept 10 New Summe...

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. — 16 November 1878

TR1-WEEKLY EDLTO1()N.O WINNSBORO. S. C., SATURDA-Y. NOEl 16, 1878 WO-140 -------. TILE oIPI.,CC. 1OPIt Wijrrvir TME EX-GoVElRNOJC KTA NJ}S IN}IC TEl), His Connection'W.t t! e South Caroli. na Land itiag--Millions of Dollara Spent in Ono Year for Worthless Property--The Inwardness of the fjoll hole Transaction. [Pom the Wishhiwjtlon Post.] Thec indictmi nt, recently return - ed, againt ex-Governor Chamber lain in Soutb liarolina, is based on the evidence of the men who en gaged with him in the alleged fr audulent ranrisction. The scheme of having the State buy lands in large quantities and sell in small tracts on time to citizens for agri. eultnial purposes, originated with Chief Justice Willard, of the State Stupreme Court. The Reconstruc tion Constitutional Convention passed mn ordinance enjoining upon the Legislature the p.isage of a law providing for t hind commission to buy and sell the lands as con templated. The law provided for a land commissioner and ai advisory boaid, consi...

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. — 16 November 1878

WINNSBORO. 8. (. aATURDAY, NOVEAUIR 16, 1878. 7j. MRANS 11, VIS, EITOlt. JNO. . Nj'0INOLD-, AssoCIATH EDITOU. "C. McK." we see was appointed by the managers of the fair one of the cornm11ittee on "Fine Arts and Litera tire." Is "Redtiond's Best" entered under the first or the second head? The Monroe Doctrine, For the beneilt of those interested, we publish the exact words in which President Monroe enunciated the proposition that has since been known as the Monroe Doctrine. About the time that the independence of Mexico and the five South Anerican States was recognized by Congress, President Monroe sent a message to that body in lwhich le said: "As a principle, the American Con tineits, by the free and inidopendent position which they have assunied and maintained, are henceforth not to be considered as subjects for future colonization by any Iuropean power." Although never acted upon, this has become an unwritten article of our constitution, and no efrort has been made by European na...

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. — 16 November 1878

S A T U R DAY, xui'Emmn JR10, 1878, IS, R mtaomA Sc iHtni...-The Col lo w ill is the pres3enlt schedulle of,arvas Oin tlie Charlotte, Columbia and Au guisti itailroad: DAY PASSENUE-( moNU Noin. Columiibia - - 1.15 1. M. Blythiewood - - 2.11 " Ridgewytv - - :1.03 1 vinilsboio - 3.315 '' 'Woodward's - - 4.10 ' Blackstock - -- -..15 '' Clhester - - 4..1; " DAY PAssEN(Ielt-GoINa SoUTIr. C hester - - 12.47 P. M. Blackstock - - 1. 16' Woodwar's- - 1.21 " WVinnsboro - - .1.51 " Ridgewvay - - 2.26 " Blythewood - . 2..14 " Columbia - - 3.2-5" Niarr PASSEcNGER-C*o1N NoCirr. Columllbilt-. 11.10 v, a. Winsboro --12.43 A. Or. Chester - - 1.48 4 NIIT PASSENGYR-COING Sou'r. Chester -- - 2.20 A. 3. Winnsboro - - 3.3) ' Colunbia - - L.59 '' 'The night piassenger stops only at the following Stations: Chalrlot1e, Rock 11ill, (Ahester, Lewis', Winns boro, Columbia, Ridge Spring, Tren toi, Gr 1-aniiteville, Augusta. New Advertisements. Sherift"s ales-S. W. *luff. Real Estate for Sale--G. IT. Me Master. ...

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. — 16 November 1878

TRI WEEKLY Et DITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Wookly One Year. - - - $4.0 '. " Six-month". - - - - 2.0 'Thro2 months. - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVEMTISING. one mquaro one intiertion $1.00. For each subsequent insertion 504. Obitua rios andlTribuAtis of.1RHIpeot olharged for a advertisemnents. Liberal disoount inado or oontract advortisonionts. -0 JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Lettor HendH, Envolopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tiokets, &o. neatly exeoutod at this oflice,-CIIEAP VOR CASI. ARC-A-DRAC. Ingersoll made $80,000 out of "Hell." Advice to illicit distillers: Ien der under seizers the things that are seizers'. When a man goes out of the poultry business he tears the tat tered lien-sign down.--Boston Post. Talinage denounces "low-necked dresses," sa.ys the Herald, "but proachse low-necked sermons." Both are ovila. The mayor of Memphis doesn't know what to do with tho $80,000 relief fund left in his hands. Give it to the orphans. What galls a man who has neither employment nor fine clo...

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. — 19 November 1878

SpxN4e Rl- W ]Ij EITI(.N.1 WNISBOO' S. Cl. 11 t I x 1 er A P1GSIDENTIAL 80MERSET. JI TV.1AYNS TALKNS NOW, AccoR. ING L T21 k44,,1123 .Ris Alleged Admission that his South ern Policy is a Failure--He Declaros that the Time for Discussion is Past and that Now is the Time for Aocion. [Special to the hi'ladelh1i)jtjt Times.) VAsuNoTON, Novoinber l'.-Tie editor of the NatiOnal Republican, of this city, claiis to have had it Conlver.4.Ll0 wij, Mr. iIfyes ill regard to a paaugraph Whi,1 stid that the Southe1n qtestion WQtlI be discussed in the Cabinet, The Presid(nt replied - 4j f isa aj jj mI is take. The tie for discussion has passed. It is now too late for any thing but the most dotermined and Vigorous action. j his; detemina tion was reached seveval days ago, and the deliberations of the Cabinet on this subject since then have been coimparatively briQf aid CoIline(t mainly to the considerationi of tile duty of the 4ttorney generIj in the premises." Tho P1resident has always thought tha...

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 November 1878

Tr ESDAY, YQER 10, 1878. r A Nmy's D A 1I.9. 1mnon. ,JvO. S. REYNOLDS. As SOVtATK: EITOn. So:3 TmI AGO U Ver aIbe article omi freight extortions appeared in the Reyister. IHave tle Wilinsboro Imler chalts let the matter drop, or are they organizing to resISt unlawful charges? State Baiik Bills. The Spartainburg aid Union Rail road has tendered the full amount of its taxes to Fairflelid. llounlitilig W9 six hundred dollars4, iii )ilL; . p1tl Batik of the State. Tleecoriirations wriing eniough out of I hke pqeol ill tho way of heavy cres to be. able -t pay every cent of their fixes i n good monye. The, tax thus imid is a dead loss niot only to tho 6tate but to thle schools and to the county, provided the oil], bills r eigvable for county xes. This tweder suld be resis t ed; or att least, full proof of the grentuinentss of te dlls should bere tuehe te L eg.r sislel haS lai d ha F:grent law, but we have heard of w bills beig rnjected yet. The rejecting of some d vet ntause sch a depreat...

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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