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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 9 November 1876

IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSOAY BY THE Winnsb or1 Publishing Comany. , ~- $3.00.Z P AVNUMI IN ADVANCE. Liberal discount to Clubs of five or snore subscribue. RATES OF ADVrRTIAINo. One dollar per Inch for the first Insertion and fifty cents per inch for oach subsequont insertion. Trannient advortisenents must be paid for in udwiance. Contracts for three, six or twelvo iponths made upon liberal terms. BO' Business countit iiientions ni i1ld be adressed to the Winnlboro l'ubl ling Coil) pany; all othern to the Editor. L. MEANS DAVIS, JNO. . REYNOLD)S, Proprietors. HENRY N. OBIEA.I The Man With the Broomr. Ono of the old mon who go from house to house selling twvo-silling brooms is a very fine old iman, and he has "odd streaks" running through hin. He doesn't seek to enter a house by the front door, but softly and quiet ly slides around to the side door to greet the servant girl. 'No brooms to-day!" sho calls out as she opons the door. "Ah ! my doa, but I have no brooms to soll. I havo a lo...

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 1876

VOL. I---NO. . WINNSBORO, S. C.. TlHUHSDAY MQRNING, NOVEMBER 16, 1876. --V 90kL(hed $t011. A Camp Meeting Story. "Now, Mrs. Wilder, 'bout them chickens 1" "Just let me knit to the middle of my needle, Draxy." Draxy waited, her busy hands finding something to do in the little pause. The things on the table were straightened, the daguerreotyes (it was the best room) tiited more aceti ratoly on their open covers, a mi nute speck of dust dislodged from the mantlepiecc--all before the gen tle "click, click" of the needles eased, and Mrs. Wilder laid down her stocking. The chickens--lot in see. It was those six little broils of the speckled lien's I was a-thinking of, and the pepper-and-salt roosters." Mrs. Wilder viewed chickens from a pure ly practicalstand-point. "-raiat'll be enough, won't it Y" "I don't know,"-doubtfully "folks eat a licap at camp-ieeting." "So they do. Weil, then, kill three of the black Polands and bake a pie. That'll be a plenty-" "I guess so." Business thus dis p...

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 1876

WINNSBO1O, S. C. Thursday, Nov. 16, : 876 JNO. 8. REYNOLDS, Editor. Hampton Speaks. Governor Hampton has issued the following address to the people of South Carolina: To the 1eople of the tate: In oftring to our people my heartfelt congratuliktions and grati tudo for the grand victory they have won, I venture to beg them to prove theinsolves worthy of it by a con tinued observance of good order and a rigid preservation of peace. Let us ,ihow that we seek only the restoration of good government, the return of prosperity and the estab lishmnent of harmong to the whole people of our State. In the hour of victory we should be magnanimous, and we shoultd strive to forgot the animosities of the contest by re calling the grand results of our success. ProscribImg none for difference of opinion, regarding none as enemies save P4ch as aro inimical to law and order, let us all unito in the patriotic work of re doming the State. By such con duct we can not only bring about good feeling among al...

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 1876

RAILIIoAD SoHEDULE.-The trains on C. C. & A. R. R. how leave Winusboro as follows: Going north 12.80 a. m. Going south, 1.85, a im Accommodation day trains : Going north, 11.33, a. in. Going south, 12.12. These trains meet at Winns boro. PosT OFFICE- Houis.-The post office will be open daily (Sundays excepted) from 8 A. M.' to 12 M. and from 2 to 5 P. M. Northern and Southern mail close at 8 P. M. precisely. AW-Mail delivered on Sundays from -8 to 9 A. M. only S&- Advertisers will pleaso re member that advertisements, in order to secure insertion, must be handed in by nine o'clock on Tues day morning. Contract advertise ments must be handed in by the same hour on Monday morning Religious Services. Amsoeinte lieformed Church-Rev J. M 'I'odd. I A. 1.. Unl 8 P. m. Y. M. C. A ,-- Meeting at Metlodist hu~firch at 5 1,. mt. M% hdiGtChitreb-Rev. (. W. Wal':er 11, A. A. 8 P. t. Sinday S9chtoo 14) A. 'M Prayer sic ung. ''linirsdayv, m P. m. . Episcopal Chiurchi-Rev. J. Oheari. mer vt...

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. — 16 November 1876

IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BYr i Winnsboro Publishing Company. TniMs, - - - r. V'Ei ANNUM, IN AI)VANCE. Liberal diicount to Clubm of tivo or ioe subscribers. RATA OF A)VEIXT181No. One dollar per inch for the filrst insertion and fifty cents per inch for each mbsequent insertion. Transient advertisenentti nit be paid for in ademnce. Contracts for threp ix or twelve tunths made upon liberal terms. ."-' Business coinmnoientions shoulli be addressed to to WinashloI-o PuIblisliing coinpnny; all others to the0 BAitor. N1. SIEANS DAVIS , JNO. K. REYNOLDS64, - Proprietors. HENRY N. OBEAR. 3MN CHINAMAN. Ils Ways of Business in California. Man I'rancisco Letter. There is scarce an industry in San .Francisco at present which is not inore or less affected by Chinese competition. Cigar manufactiers and dealers are disgusted with the growing depravity in taisto oil the part of the citizens which leads to the annual conuinption of nearly a hundred millions of Chinese cigars, the vilest in odor an...

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. — 23 November 1876

VOL. I---NO. 7.1 WINNSBORO, S. C.. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23 1876 - In Adl'**, ce MISS HARPEWS iMID After the last voyage but one, the good ship of which I was first officer wont into dock for a thorough re fitting, and I had a longer spell at home than I had enjoyed for many years. I would not change this way of life for any in the world; but I was glad for once to strdtch my logs fairly on dry IFmn, and see some thing of green fields, brick and mortar, and my shore going friends in the neighborhood of Canterbury. Among the families in which I was most intimate was that of a Mr. Harper. He had made a com fortable fortune by trado, and now was enjoying his otium cum digni tate in a good house on the out skirts of the city. An only daugh ter kept house for him; for he was a widower. Now Julia Harper, when I first knew her, was a fine, handsome girl of two-and-twenty ; tall, well made. but on rather a large scale, with bright, restless eyes, and a profusion of dark hair She had a ...

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. — 23 November 1876

WiNN.SOo, O. C. Thursday, Nuv. "3, 1870. JNO. S. 1EYNOLDS, Editor. Remember the Democratic County Convention on Saturday morning. Audge Thompson H. Cookc voted the ontire Democratic ticket-county, Stato and national. Tho letter of our Columbia cor respondent -gives a very intorosting 1 account of mutors giu on atv thlat place. In a ipeech do1vero1 at 0hester last weok, Judge Mackey stateid that, a short timea. before thu elect ion, h0 wrote to Governor iay3em 11nd in quirel of himn if he su84ained the bayonet p)licy tithad been adopt Od in this Stafte. Receiving i reply, he (e'mo to the conelioii that such plit1cy was approved by HayC3, and he therefore cast his ballot. fur Tildcn. The fight the Radicals are mnking in Columbifa is 0110 of the best sig/ possible that the party is inl t bad way. Ever y act of the leaders, from the timo Chameain l-uii Commieneod writing slanderous documents up t) thu presenlt limiient, shows that they feel that tihf) paty, lolded as it is With cr0'upti...

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. — 23 November 1876

*~ ~ ~~~7: -.1-i--**-- -Z UAILROAD SIIEiDULE.-Tho trainu, -m C. C. & A. R. R. now leave Winnsboro as follows - Going north -12.80 a. m. Going south, 1.35, a m Accommodation day trains: Going north, 11.33, a. m. Going south, 12.12. These trains meet at Winns boro. PosT OFFICE HoUi.-Tho post office will be open daily (Sundays excepted) from 8 A. M,, to 12 M. and from 2 to 5 1. M. Northern and Southern mail close at 8 P. M. precisely. W- Mail delivered on Sundays from 8 to 9 A. M. only. Sie Advertisers will please re member that advertiscinents, in order to secure insortion, must be handed in by nine o'clock on Tues day morning. Contract advertise inents must be handed in by the same hour on Monday morning. Religious Services. Associnto Lieforneid Church-Rov J. M L'Old, Il' A. it.. and R 1-. mt. Y. M. C. A ,---Meting at Mothodist Chucl at 5 r. At. MethOdistChuroh --Rev. 0. W. Wall er 11, A. Nt., 8 p. 3t. RundIIay School I10 A. At Prayer o -ting, Thur-day, 8 P. it. F0pascopl chureli...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 23 November 1876

IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE Winnaboro Publishing Company. Tm - - - $3.00 PR ANNUN, IN ADVANCE. Liberal discount to Clubs of five or nore subscribers. R.AER OF AnVEnTISINO. One dollar per inch for the first insertion and fifty centti per inch for each sitseqient. innertion. Transient advertisements inust be paid for -' a ia nce. Contracts for three, Nix or twelve mnontlis made upon liberal terns. -itY Business coinumnientions shionhl be addressed to the Winnsboara l'uiblishing Company: all others to the Editor. It. MI-:ANS DAVIM, I N S. ItEYNOL8 l'roprietos. HLMN. OBEMlt. Miscellaneous Nowa. A largo nmuber of cotton seod-oil factories aro being erected in Geor gia. The Centennial Exhibition is to be kept open nunolicially, as long as a paying attendance is secured. The 'holera is killing a large numuber of hogs in several counties in Iowa. Richard O'Keefe killed John Fitz. simmons, inl New York, last weook, )y thrusting an umbrella in his eye. Peter Dessan & Co., one of th...

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. — 30 November 1876

VOL. I---NO. 8. WINNSBORO, S. C.. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 30, 1876. * VOL. --NO.8..Ih ,*~Iefe-d toriy# THE PARIS EXPRESS, From Harper'H WeLdy. "Take your places!" shouts th( guard, watving his hand toward thE wvaiting train The guard wears his official cai placed juiLltily on the curilng, oil3 locks nodorning his head, and hil olive-tinted face with its hug< black mustache, is noL incapable o miles, yet hie so far departs fron the admirable example of his Ency lish brothier, whIose3 quiet assidii. forms part of an unlimited capacit3 for absorbing shillings, its to ierel2 stand. his gro~und before the glasi doors of the waiting-room, througl wich surges an anxious throng, 3a contents himself wi th the inj ute ion, "Take your plaCeos." Mr. Jeremiah 8wan, armed will portmanteaun, umbrolla, linen coat, and cane, has push1ed his way, glid ed around, and inserted himself he tween his follow-pIsseIgers with thn cel-like celerity for which he is (is tinguished, and when the glas: port...

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. — 30 November 1876

WINNSBORO, S. C. Thursday, Nov. 30, 1876. JNO. S. REYNOLES, Editor. The felegrun of Mr. MoiPo to tihe KA'es and Ourier, published olso where, Iaises ia new and strango quie.tiom. Was CArmberlain really elected in 1874 ? It- is not surprising that a pap r like the New York Thmea should enidorse tiht nction of tine Boalrd of (anvas*ers in retting at nought the miandates , of the Supreme Court of South CarolinI. It has been a can stant feciure of that paper that it has appi-oved every act of tho Radi cnL parly. however inifiious and however imch condienime(d by the b~tterclass of Repuidicans. Fortu nately for ti he cause ofjis tice, there is rteis M) t-> helieve that this nmalig iant an d mendacious sheet neither ) ellects n14,r dii cI's sentiment to any consideratble extent amlong thle Ameriican people. Cla'nherlain says heo was a candi da1ite oily ill obedience to the con mnd of hnis; party, and hence lie cannot do otherwise thani stick to his crew. This same man said, whenl he wi...

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. — 30 November 1876

ylljur OrFiE Houns.-The pot office will be open daily (Sundays excepted) from 8 A. M., to 12 M. and from 2 to 5 P. M. Northern and Southern mail close at 8 P. M. precisely. W- Mail delivered o) Sundays from 8 to 9 A. M. only. X&' Advertisers will please re member that--adverti.";nents, in order to secure insertion, must be handed in by nine o'clock on Tucs. day morning. Contract ad'vertise ments must be handed in by the amine hour on Monday morning. RAULnOAn S1EDUIEs.-Tho follow ing are the hours at which the trains on the C. C. and A. R. I. pas.9 Vinnsboro: REGULAR PAssno'N---NIoT. For Charlotte, 1.10, A. n. For Augusta, 2.33, A. A. A ccomtonA-rIoN Fn mwr----Dxt. For Augusta, 10.25, A. M. For Charlotte, 11.33, A. M. Religious Servioes. LAssociato Ieformed Churcih ro.y J. -m id, . A. m , an d m i, m. Y. M. C. A ,- Meeting, Itt Met.hodtj.t Church at .5 P. M. Mellitomi lmbrnh, --Rev. 0. W. Walk er 11, A. M., 8 8. i. SundaV Se, 1) A. ST Prayer .to.,tini4 Tnurslaty. 8 . 1-~', ipal (...

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. — 30 November 1876

Vi Wwseutt mid Njerald b~ 18 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY P BY THE Wlnnsboro Publishing Company. r - - - $3.00 r ANNUM, rM ADVANCE. Liberid discount to Clubs of lvo or tore subscribers. IIATEA OF AD>VPl1ifiNO. 0 One dollar per itch forthe Airstinsertion adi lifity cents per inch for each subsequont Insertion. Transient advertisements must be paiI for in uadaie. a Contracts for threo, six or twelve iuonths o uando upon liberal trras. t .2,,4 lhiiness communientions slhould f he uddressed to the Winnsboro Pablishing Company; all others to the Editor. U R. 11ANS DAVIS JN0. S. 1mYNOLDS, Propriotomm. IlIENRY N. O1AR. r Misco~laneous News' lovcrnor Tilden's engagement is deied. c Tie General Assembly of North a Carolina is session. - A large gang of counterfeiters have been arrested in Indiana. Snlow full in Charlotte, North Carolinai, last week. '' he wine crop in France is one- 1 th l larger than the vinos promised f at the end of the season. r A party of gentlemon from the t North purpo...

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 December 1876

VOL. Imm-NO. 9.J WINNSI3ORO, S. C., THURSDAY MORNI1NG~ EEBR~ 86 A WOMAN'S WHIM. Santa Cruz, Califorria, is called the Long BranciI of the Pacific. It is a pretty place, with the quaint old town of Monteroy lying ouf in the distance. Ono lovely mnon ligait night a party of people sat on. to vorandah of one of the prinieip hotels, discussing pllans for man a pleasure trip the next day. Tliey had coue to tho seaside in search of health, they said, and found love as well, for every lady, with a singlo exception, had a gentleman by ner side. The lady who sat alone was the haudsome:,t as well as the haugh tiost of the group, and appoared to be vexed. "I will not consent to it," sho said, in an irritated tone. "Just because you know I dislike the man, you all seem determined to force his socioty upon me. "But, Miss Winstanly," said Mr. Radcliffe, "there is no other gentle man who can be your cavalier." "1 see that," she interrupted, with a sneer, "but don't distress yourself about me. Ther...

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 December 1876

WINNSBORLo, a. c. Thursday, DeO. 7, : : : 1878. JN. . MNOLDS, Editor. When Judge Mackey presented himself at the door of the State House, and was confronted by soldiers with muskets on which are fixed large trowel bat ieta, he took a glance at the gleaming weapons, and remarked to a com anion that there was no cause for alarm-there had been a great deal more steal about the State House for the past eight years than was then presented to his view. It is stated on what is deemed good authority that Governor Hayes will decline the rresidential office, should it appear that he was counted in by any impropor means whatever. He is represented as being very rostive under the pres sure now brought to bear upon him, to induce him to be silent upon the trickery done by the Louisiana Roturning Board, and the sanction given to that trickcry by loading Radical journals. A considerable commotion has been stirred up in political circles by the toshimony of a negro woman calling herself Mrs. Pinkat...

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 December 1876

V'-jST OFFicE Houis.-The post offico will be open daily (Sundays excepted) from 8 A. M., to 12 M. and from 2 to 5 P. L Northern and Southern mail olose at 8 P. M. precisely. KnT Mail dolivered on Gujndavs from 8 to 9 A. M. only. _M voserk wi cae we meombdr that Cdvertisement, . in ordor to secure insertion, must bo handed in by nine o'cloci on Tues day morning. Contract advertise-. monts miust be handed in by the samo hour on londaty morning. RAIrnoAn SH-mm)ULES. --The follow ing are the hours at which the trains on the C. C. and A. 11. R. pass Winnsboro: 1IEoULAn PAsSENoEn--Nioirr. For Charlotte, . 1.10, A. ST. For Augusta, 2.33, A. M. AccotMfoDATION F4aMowr-T-DAY. 1For Augusta, 10.25, A. M. For C.rulotte, 11.33, A. ,. Religious Services. Anweoito lIeformed Chutrch--Rev J. Ml rf) 1d, 1 A. It . and 81> B1. Y. M. (. A . -'Aleeting at Methodist 111urlh at 5 P. It. MAtL.olist Churob --Rev. 0. W . WaiIt2r 1, A. 5., 8 P. \I. SIItday School 1' A. I l'rayer ie tin-, T iurrlay, 1 P. vI. ...

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 December 1876

I' PUBLISHED r"VERY THUSDAY Wi7Y. rublishirg Compay. T.' mlt. - - - 00A) M1 ANNITU, rV ADVAN(T. l'iArtl discount to Clitb of ive or inoro unserti bomrs. n A'T.A OF A iWF.WV(INo. Cno dolnr per iinit forthe firtirnmrition - ntil Itifty cents per inch far ,ach uxbe(npeitt m korl on. 'I Allienltad rt met mit 1 t %i I for in (Ir(ine'. <ont ren for threo, six or twelve tuontli tuol t11i pou liberal t.rinj. 31- Jh 1iness vonuu n itn'tiong shoulld le oldr'd to the Wilrbli' l'tdthishinig '(L it'o ny; all otherq to the Editor. it. MEANS l)A \'S, 0 Nik. K 1(3O~l,-Proprioitonl Judge Pitniman's Boy. .I1g itman's- boy, Bill, r:lys thlo Philadelphia .Iilletin, lquires srning in a lo' 1;hool houso. At ne phe tw thplaster ht Ifween the losis brokeunaway, Iend' through1 hi6 aperhiwo Bill (leavorled to ('ISe Ip lee foremllost1 (luring School Mmr Wne<a (L"N t mlmer. Un1 E~rtnatl h stk"t.st Nwn half -way thbrough, id he cola nleither rtl o 1011 nno rr1ea. Whenl the ait lew1: (df 1lr . 1.imes, the ...

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 December 1876

L. I---NO. 10 1 WINNSBORO, S. C.. T H UR SDAY MORNlNG, D)CEMBE R 14, 1876. ,d* GEN. WADE_ HAMPTON. A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH. DY J. WOOD DAVIDSON. From the Yoravillo Enquirer, In the issue of the Enquirer, of date of. January 13th, 1870, first appeared the sub~joined sketch of Gen. Wade Hampton, written for the columns of th3is paper by a talented son of Carolina, who has since removed from the State. It was prepared and published -simply as a biographical sketch of an illus triQus citizen of the State, W1hose ,Lae was an embodiment of virtue and valor; and was not intended to subserve any political or other pur pose. The recent nomination of General H-ipton to the CiiOf Migistracy of the State, again brings his nofae prominently before the people, and attaches a deep interest to the principad events in his past career, We presume our readers will re quire no apology from us for again presentimg in our coluns , the principal events in the life of one so much endoered to the people of th...

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 December 1876

Qi~he Mtn and M, rahlJ WINSB01tO, B. C. Thursday, Dec. 14, 187G. JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Editor. In the Constitutioial House, a few days ago, Mr. Sheppard, of Edge field, gave notice that he would in troduco a bill to abolish the office of county auditor and to devolve the dutics of that ofice upon the county treasurer. This is a good beginning, which the Houso will follow up with other needed re formus.1 The Rump Houso intends to order a new election in Laurens and .Edgeflold, for membors of the Leg islaturo and county officers. Of course, the election, if hold at'all, will be but an empty farce, and nobody need be worried over the matter. The members elect from those counties have certificates from the Supreme Court, showing their prima facic tight to their seats, and no election ordered by the Rump can in the slightest degree impair their rights. We publish the so-called "in augural address" of Chamberlain, because we wish the people to know the animnus that prompts him to action. 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. — 14 December 1876

S&- Advertisore wil please re member that advertisements, in order to secure insertion, must be handed in by nine o'clock on Tues day morning. Contract advertise n AAD * .-ED0 ing are the hours at which the trains on the C. C. and A. R. R. pass Winnsboro: REGU,An PASSENoFR.-Nron-T. For Charlotte, 1.10, A. br. For Augusta, 2.33, A. M. AccomMODATIox FREIGHT-DAY. For Augusta, 10.25, A. U. For Charlotto, 11.33, A. I. Now Advarti8amnts. Important Notice-R. J. Mc Carley. COtton--R I JNe'4rley., gheriff's Sales-S. W. Ruff. Publishers and Printors--F. A. Hardy. Strayed or Stolen-Coley Davis. Read the advertisement of Mr. JR. J. McCallty. Deservedly popular. We mean Dr. Bull's Cugh Syrup; for it never fails. Physicians recommend it. Mr. James F. Porter, a worthy young man of this county, died on the 6th inst, at the residence of Rev. C.M Porter, in the twonty-seventh yepat oflig ' Hon. George A. Trenholm, a dis tinguished citizon- of Charloston, died on Saturday last. Mr. Tren holin was ...

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