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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 4 September 1877

TRI-WEEKRY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Weekly One Yoar. - - - - $4.00 e 1 Six-nionths. - - - - 2.00 " Threj months. - - - 1.00 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square one insertion $1.00. For ms each subsequent insertion 504. Obitua- fo rios and Tributes of Respect charged for 1 as advertiseunents. Liburad discount made su f or contract advortistuonts. JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tickets, &c. neatly oxcouted at this office,-CHEAP FOR CASH. The Star of Bucharest. Al A correspondont writos as follows from Russian headquartors : One yearns strongly for oven the weak oxcitoments of the nightly amusemontat of Bucharost-whicl, by the way, are as harmloss as they M aro primitivo. But Rashga's Gar don, with its French chansonette M4 singers and passable mnuic, soms re like a Paradise in Iemory when ono is compelled to lingor the evening through in captivity here. Ono e wondors if the enchanting Rachel is II still queen of the Garden, as of...

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. — 6 September 1877

RI T R I . W i ~ ' L Y ~ ' D T I O .]W IN N S B O IIO , S . (., L I I R D Y M 1 N j G I T M i R 1 8 7 7V O . N , 8 NEW ADVERITISEMENTA. PIAWOS Magnlli,n, bran new $50 rose-wool P'anos only $'l IiAN nust bo sold. Fliie rosewood upright, I'lanos lit-.tle used cost $800, oly $126. l'arlor Organs 2 stops 1i,, 9 stops $W,12 st<psonIy$75. Nearly new 4 set reed 12 MtopSublaum and Coupler Organ $55, cost over $50. Lowest prices ever offered. Sent, on 15 <13's t est trial. 'Voi a.sk, why I olter so cheap ? I I aiswor hard times. 11)00 oluplovecs ilnst have I work. Restilt of war volnke114-ed oni 14 n1 by tilo lotiopolIsts. Battle ragli%. 'art telars frev. Adiress DAN IM L F. 1HEA'T1 ,WashIngton,New Jersey. EMIAIANT CARDS, no two alike, withli name, 108cs post, paid. .1. It. IIsTED, Nassiiit lIens Conty, New York. ROANOKE COILEGE, SALE3 VIRGINIA. Next sewdon begis September 5, 1s77. Col leglate, eieetive Ant preparatory Couir-es. I'n murpasied locit.iml. M)unitai ellmtato. 'Moral v0I) o...

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. — 6 September 1877

wINNSBOAo, S. C. Thuvsday, September 0, 1877. R. MIANS D AVIS, ditor, JNO. S. RiYNOLDS, Assioclato Editor. Wi.4 'rli, Georgians liheard tlat Kentucky had gono 7.1,000 Demo - craLiv mlLjl1iLy they toro their hair lald wept With rage. Tux PHI.AimF.rIP1 Time'A Wanlts (1hi(3f J08i)Jo I to tio a tag aloind General I1oward's neck and snd hlim back Blafe to the great father at TI.I TOwA D1emocrats havo noinina.-I ed Irish for governor, andl declaro that Tihlen iust ho renomin Ied in 1880. They think on general principles ho will do bott.r in "'80" than in "'77" NI.T.40N R0E.4FIVE1 twelvo 11u11(i-edl dollai at night for soothing the savitgo Russianu bre:ast, be.side4s whilch 8110 will receive aboult, six thol4and mllore inl benlolits. Who wouldn't Hingy ? TIW DEPAREN'r at W asliiton iH tie'lgraphing about, every where to discover whot.hier Sit.ting lh1ll hZlas ret.uinied to his old hunting g-rotinds from Canada. If old S. .ul has got, back, they wont ieed a tolo graph to lind him. F * E'uvM...

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. — 6 September 1877

RAILHOAP S0,n1oxU"8,0H-.EUThQ follow ing are the hours at which the trains on the 0, 0. aud A. R, 13, past Winnsboro: 1IoULRn PASEN(QE--NRonTT. For Charlotte, 1.25, A. S. For Augusta, 11.07, r. M. ACCOMMODATIQFN FIUTDAV. For Columbia, 7.38, P. M, For Charlotte, 10.45, A, U The first bale of cotton of the prespt season was brought to Winnsboro on Wednesday by Mr, W. R. Garrison, and sold to J, F, M1cMaster & Co., at 10 cents. The Western "Union Telegraph Company has recently made great redntione in ita chargq for send ing telegrams. Messages that have heretofore cost thirty, thirty-flve or forty ccnts, are now reduced to twenty-five cents. We call special attention to thp ron)mnpicatjon of fFairfield," 01] the matter of tho proposed QOorge town and Chester railroad. Thiq is a subject iij which qur p9oplo arq bound, in simple self defence, to take an active interest. We shall publish more on the sajne subject at another G'me. The Register mentions that Woodruff and Jones-the "Repu...

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. — 6 September 1877

TRIl--WEEALY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Wookly One Year. - - - s - 1.00 ** " Six-mont1hs1. - - - 2.00 S Thre ino nths. - - 1.00 f RATES OF ADVERTISING. One sqnare one insert-ion $1.00. For eachl subsequent, insertion 50c. Obittim-I rius and Trilutvs of Rspecvt charg4ed for a- advertisoients. Liberal discou.Lia 110 i or contrat advortisements. -0 JOB WORK. Bill Ilemis, Letter 1Ieads, Envelopels Poster.,,Cards, Invitations, Tiokea,, Av.! Ituattly ex4luted at this olmic-CIII-J'AP FOl CASH. coitied fromi first, page. Hope ; Lord Eslington, who is always going to put oi his specta cles, but rarely does ; and hehind, dotted here and there, are Mr. Newdogato, Mr. MacIver, and sonic timnes Sir Robert Peel. On the Liberal side, the front bench wl show Sir Charles Dilke, Mr. Goldsmid, Captain Nolan, and be hind him, at the ext,romo end, a little phalanx of notablo Homo Rlders, ine.ading Messrs. I.iggar, Parnel1c.1, and Moldonl ; whfile tower.-! ing above thmei sitbs huge and massive,...

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. — 8 September 1877

NNSBORO, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMABR 8, 1877N n NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I NOS Magnifleent bran 'now $650 rose-wood Pianos only $176 must, hc sold. Flie rosewood OR N upright Pianos little used cost $800, only $128. Parlor R N8Organs 2 Stops $M, 9 Stops '5 12 stop 8Only $75. Nearly neow 4 set reced 12 So Ru afm and Couipler Organ $5M, Cost over $359. Lowe8t rices ever offered. senit onj 15 dlays 0es9 trial. 'You ask, why I offer so checap 7 1 answer hard Urmes. 1000 employees mUst have work. Itesult of war cominenced on mn by the monopolists. Battlo ragng. I'articulars tree. Addross DANIRL F. BEATTY,Washington,New Jersey. HLLHUANT CARDS, no two alike, with namet 10c8 pmt paid. J. B. liUSTRo, Nassau, Rons County, Now York. ROANOKE COLLEE, SALEM, VIltOINIA. Next, session begins September 5, 1877. (*01 legiate, elective and preparatory coures. Un Burpiassed location. Mountain clinate. Moral community. Five churches in town. Moderato expenses: from $16o to $240 for 9Xi mont li, In clu...

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. — 8 September 1877

WINNSBORO, S. 0. Saturday, September 8, : 1877. R. MEANS DAVIS, Editor, JNO. 8, REYNOLDS, Associate Editor. The Death of Thiers. Ex-Presidont Thiors, of France, diod on the 4th instant, at an ex treino olI age. Ho appoared por foctly well in the morning, but after lunchoon :was seized with an apo. plectic fit, from whichi he died in the Mftornoon. The ovo'it has produced a profound impression in Franco. M. Thiers was universally respected and beloved, and thousands shod toars at his death. Moreover, the prosont political crisis, by his doath, is regarded as a calamity. In him were centred the hopos of the Ro - publicans who oppoted the mon archical and clerical proclivitics of McMahon. The party is now at sea, having no acknowledged leader. Ganibetta is most prominent, but is rather too extreme, being now under trial for having, in a political spoch, invited McMahon to stop downl and out. M. Grovy is also montioned as the possible leader of the Republi cans. President McMhon has iss...

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. — 8 September 1877

RAILROAD SOHEDULES.-The follow ing are the hours at which the trains on the C. 0. and A. R. R. pass Winnsboro: REGULAR. PAssENGF.R-NIOIIT. For Charlotte, 1.25, A. s. For Augusta, 11.07, P. Dr. AccoMMODATION FREIIu'T-DAY. For Columbia, 7.36, P. m. For Charlotte, 10.45, A. M Bel1Ilous Notices. Presbyterian Church-Rev. C. E. Chichester, 11 A. Ar., and 8 P. 7r. Sabbath School 44 r. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 54 r. mr. Episcopal Church--Rev. J. Obear, services every Sunday exept the 2nd Sunday of the month: at 11 o'clock A. Ir. New Advertisements. Citation-O. R. Thompson. Prospectus-R. Lathan. Building and Loan Association D. R. Flenniken, Secy. and Treas. Election Roturns-Commission era of Election. They say Judge Carpenter is to be United Statos district attorney for.South Carolina, vice Stone, re signed. We publish in this issue the coml missioners' official return of the recent election. The figures will be found to vary but little from those given in our issue of Thursday. People...

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. — 8 September 1877

TRI-WE EKLY EDITION. TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Wookly One Year. - - - - $4.00 Six-mnonth". - -- - - 2.00 Thro nonthu. - - 1.00 RATEs o, AVETINsfQ. Ono square one insertion $1.00. For each subiloquent insertion 50. obitua rios and Tribluto of Itospet olarge(l for as advortisenonts. Liberal discount mando for contract advortisenints. JOB WORK. 1Bill 1leadp, Letter Hfoads, Envelopet POHNrN Cd, IntiN1, 'NI'iWeN,&c neatly oxottod at this oic,--CIIEAP POR CASIL AN DYL OP ICE-CREA M. How tho 0r Aboorbed Countless Sau cers and Bankrupted Her Boau. Burlitjtln 11awkeye. It was tho wild miduight. , The tame midnight waH - of' watch and had gono to bod throo hours beforo. A storm brooded over the oastern heavens. It wis a thoroughbrod brood storm. Hopbrowed, for it was Coming from the yeast. Hawk eyo crook was rolling tnuultuously in its sandy bed. A lithe form cow - ered at the gardou gate. Many a manly form'lias boon coward at just such gates, over since suner nights and gnats anid )eaumt...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 11 September 1877

TRI-WlEKLY EDITION.] WINNSBORO, S. 0., T UESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11 . RXN,SPEBR1, 1877 IVL .N.9 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Magninlcent bran 'new $650 - rose-wood Pianos only $175 PI u 08.1lmust be sold. Fine rosewood upright Pianos littlo used oos $800, only $125. Parlor Organs 2 stops $45, 9 Stops $V5 19 stops only $75. Nearly new 4 set reed 12 S Sub Bass and Coupler Organ $55, cost over Lowest prices over offered. Sent on 15 days test trial. V ou ask, why I offer so cheap ? I answer hard tines. 1000 employees must, have work. Result of war commenced on me by the monopolists. Battle raging. Part-iculars fre. Address DANIEL F. BEATTY, Washington,New Jersey. - ELLEoANT'CARD, no two alike, with name 10ots post paid. J. B. HiUsTED, Nassau, F ens County, Now York. ROANOKE COLLEGE9 SALEM, VIRGINIA. Next session begins September 5, 1877. Col legiate, elective and preparatory courses. Un surpassed location. %ountain climate. Moral community. Five churches in town. Moderate expenses: from $160 t...

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. — 11 September 1877

Tev ahu ntd Mprald WINNSBORO, S. C. Tuesday, September 11, : 1877. R. MHANS DAVIS, Editor, JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Associate Editor. THE OLD STORY about the capture of ex-President Davis was given a short time since in the Philadelphia Times by one Gen. William H. Wil son, and of course it told all about Mr. Davis' being disguised in the garb of a female. The imaginative Wilson went fully into particulars, with a view, as he said,:to show that ho know all about the matter. But he was only carrying out the precept of Boocher, that "the only way to lie correctly is to lie sublimely." In the last issue of the Times is a let tor from Hon. John H. Reagan, postmaster general of the Confed orate States. Mr. Reagan was with President Davis at the time of the capture, and of course knows where, of he speaks. Alluding to Wilson's statement, he says emphatically that there is not one word of truth in it all. In short, Wilson, or his in formant, has simply lied. And the lie he now repeats has been be...

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. — 11 September 1877

RAILROAD SoUEDULE.-The follow-. ing are the hours at which the trains on the C. C. and A. R. R. pass Winnsboro: REGULAR PASSENGER--NIGHT. For Charlotte, 1.25, A. X. Vor Augusta, 11.07, P. m. AccomMODATION FREIOnT-DAY. For Columbia, 7.86, r. m. For Charlotte, 10.45, A. M New Advertisements. Notice-N. W. Jones. Sheriff's Sale-S. W. Ruff. Governor Hampton left Columbia on Saturday night for Rockford, Illinois, where he will deliver the annual address before the Agricul tural and Mechancal Association of that county. We present this morning anotho letter from "Fairfield," on railroad matters. It will be found full of interest to those desiring informa tion on this highly important sub, ject. The Liberia fever seems still to be strong upon many of the ngroos. Several say they are bound to go. Well, say we, let those go, who are silly enough to try the ex periment. We believe they will be precious few. "The Winnsboro NEWs is one of the most ably editod and is one of best printed papers th...

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. — 11 September 1877

T1-WEEKLY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Wookly One Year. - - - $4.00 44 "' Six-months. 2.00 "o Throo imonths. - - - 1.00 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square one insertion $1.00. For oaoh subsequent insortion 500,. Ohitua rics and Tributes of Respect charged for aH advortisomonts. Liberal discount niado f or contract advertisomonts. -0 JOB WORK. Bill I1eads, Letter Heads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tiokets, &c. neatly oxecatod at this offle,-011EAP FOR CAS11. BRIC-A-BRAC. Scoretary Evarts will introduce to Washington society, tho coming winter, eleven beautiful daughters. Mrs. Gaines has offered to con proiniso her claims with the Now Orleans authoritie s, A man in a Western town has named a hog Maud because it comnes into thb garden so much. Tho Stato of Vir ginia wants >o scalps of foxes at the rato of one dollar for gray and a dollar and a half for red foxes. The Peruvian govornment wants to borrow $24,000,000 for a few years, and will securo the lender with ...

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. — 15 September 1877

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION.] WINNSBORO, S. C., SATMLIDAY MORN[NG, SEPIMJBER 15, 1877 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PIAgOS Magnileent. bran new $650 rome-woo(i Pianos only $175 must be sold. Fine rosewood AN~ upright Planos little used cost $800, only $125. Parlor CRGANS~Organt; 2 litops $15, 9 t3tops $t5, 12 stoRs only $75. Nearly now 4 set reed 12 step Sub ass and Coupler Organ $55, cost over $360. Lowest prices over offered. Sent on 15 (lays test trial. Ioi ask, why I ofrer so cheap? I answer hard t-Imes. 100) employees mut., lave work. Itesult of war commenced on ine by tilo monopolists. battle raging. Parilculars free. Additress DANIEL F. 1IATT Y,WIashiigton, New .Jersey. 2 0.LHOANT CAius, no two alike, with name 10ct Post paid. J. 11. IiUSTED, Nassau: lions County, New York. ROANOKE COLLEGE, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Next session begins September 5, 1877. Col legiate, elective and preparatory courcs. Un stirpasse<l location. Molintsin climate. Moral COMimni1ity. Five churches i town. Molerate exP0'ese...

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. — 15 September 1877

~J etu ~jiund Xlyrad WINNSBORO. S. C. Saturday, September 15, 1877. la. MEANS DAVIS, Editor, JNO. S. REYNQL,DS, Associate Editor. TuiP PLAN of rotation among tho circuit judges works admirably. In all the counties whore courts have been hold under the now plan, the people and the papers express them selves highly pleased with the change. Interest in the Schools. Ono of the best signs of improve nient is the interest now taken by our people in common school education. It has been frequently charged that the people of this StatA have always been opposed to popular education, and one of the proofs pretended to be adduced is that they took no part in helping along the free common schools established by the Itadical govern ment. It must be admitted that there was a groat want of interest in the free schools, but wo need not go far to find imoet excellent reasons for this. In the first place the head-contre of the. system was Mr. Jillson, an unknown carpet bagger, quito as niuch intent up...

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. — 15 September 1877

IAI.ROA ScuEDuL.s.,-The follow ing aro the hours at which the trains on the C. C. and A. 1 , 1. pass Winnsboro: REOULAU PAssENoEI*-.NlOl(T. For Charlotte, 1.25, A. M. For Augusta, 11.07, P. wr, AccOMMODATION FREioT--DA):. For Columbia, 7.36, r. x. For Charlotte, 10,45, A. m New Advortisemonts. Notice-R. L. Dannonberg. Shoriff's Sale-S. W. Run', S. F.C. Cotton is coming in town slowly. It sells for 9 to 94 cents. A party went door hunting in Longtown last week, and ljr. .1. W. Ollovor killed a buck. In the absence of the pastor, at Horeb church, there will be no service in the Presbyterian church to-morrow. Professor Schmitt is still in Winnsboro, giving lessons in music. Those desiring instructions will do well to Ongago his services. Watereo Creek was impassable several days this week by reason of the recent rains. Several monster sturgeon caught in the crook were brought to Winnsboro and sold. Y. M. C. A.-The regular month ly meting of the Young Men's Christian Association will ho...

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. — 15 September 1877

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. TN'0s OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Weukly Ono Year. - - - - *1.00 4 " Six-nionths. - - - - 2.04) s "I hre. mnonths. - - - 1.u IATES OF ADVEltTISINO. One square one insertion $1.00. For each ubseq itent insertion 50'. Obitua ries and Triluites of R1spect clhnrged for as advertisoents. Liberal diicount ina<flol t or contract advertimementa. -o - JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, EnvelopeR Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tickets, &c. neatly exemited at thik office, - -CHEA FOR CASH. MARS. Scme Curious Pointe About His Moone HI.. Parkhurs in Ihe New York Herald. There are some cutrious circumi stanicesmwith referenec to the newly discovered Hatellitcs of 'Mars wlhich have not yet been published, arising from the shortness of their periods of revolution. Tho outer satellite revolves in thirty hours and four teen minutos. While Mars is ro volving upon its axis once, this moon goes about throo-fourths of the way round, so that if it rose with the sun this morning, to-mor ...

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. — 18 September 1877

EDITION-] WINNSBOIRO, S. C. T UESDAY MORNING, Sl'TEMIB R 18. 7 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PIANO IMagnificent, bran 'nw $650 row-woodt 1lano4 only $17 PIA 08 mu-4,-be Holt]. Vlle roAewooAl AN upright Ilianos Ittle used CoAt $800, olily $125. Parlor Organs 2 stops $13, 9 stopm $5, 12 stops only $75. Nearly new 4 set, reed 12 itoi )ul nss ati (!oupler organ $55, cost over $350. I,owest. prices ever offered. Sent, oil 15 (11ys test, t rial. i ou asis, wihy I offer so eieap ? I m lswer hard tlnes. 100I emIployees litlt have work. 1te.mitt of war commenced o b (110 b tie llolopollsts. 1at.Cle raging. Parte1liars ri've. Address )ANIE0, F. IIATT Y,Washingtoa, New .Jersey. VIALOANT CARDS, 110 two alike, with n11aumm, 0etS IOst, pai. J. 11. liM'Tsl, Nassau, Iens Comity, New York. ROANOKE COLLET SALEM, VIRGINIA. Next Ressioil beginl Sept.ember 5, 1877. ('ol le'giat.e, (lect iv'e(11 i)l(prraory courses. U.n. uassu'rvt locatilon. IiountainI ellato. M%loral (,olll)t1llllt.. Vlive clIltreies inI Iown. Io...

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. — 18 September 1877

1tus~ n id I n d WINNSBORO, S. C. Tuesday,. September 18, 1877. R. MEANS DAVIS, Editor, 4NO. S. REYNOLDS, Associate Editor. A sTRON fight, will be mado over Senator Gordorn seab from (leorgia this fall. The gallant Gordon has won a second term by his patriotic an( able record. Especially gratifying would his ro. election be to the many South Carolinians who met him last winter in Columbia during, thoso trying times. THIs TALK of persecution in con nection with the trials of the Radi-. cal ring thieves is all fal-lal. The Inst one of the scoundrols who are guilty ibould bq sent to the poni tentiary. No compromiso should be made with them il colsidlrtion of restoring their stolen property. A State can with no more propriety compound a felony than can a private individual. The people who have been so grievously oppressed domand that the Lhieves, both great ud small, shall be sent to the penitentiary. Tilden it 1880. For some time past a heated dis cussion has ben mintainod in the Democ...

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. — 18 September 1877

RAIn.no. So01DULE.- T'ho follow ing are the hours at which the trains on the Q, C. and A. R. 11. pass Winnsboro: REGULAl P4lsENOE-NrauT. For Charlotto, 1.25, A. %r. For Augusta, 11.07, i. 1r. AccotMODATLoN FREIGIIT-DAX. For Colwnbia, 7, K'. Br. For Charlotto, 10.45, i. 1 Now Advertisements. Merchant Tailoring - W. G . Roche. Clhe-se-U. G. Dosportos. R1epairing-Oharlog 1.uJler. Yeast Powder -Dr. W. E. Aikon. The negroos held a grand Liberia pow -wvow at Ridgeway on S,aturday, the 15th inst. The Hampton Rifle Guard met Mr. J. Q. Davis at Ridgoway oil his return, with threo rousing cheers for himself and his brido. The young men. of Ridgeway have invested heavily this fall in long tail bl'acks Do they mean busiaoss? Ridgeway b3asts of a bowling alloy, and a billiard and bagatello room is in course of erection. The following are he prices of cotton for tlio past two days: Sat urday, 91; Monday,9L. A constant reader of the THE NEWS ANi) HERALD writes: "I read it with interest., and think...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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