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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 18 September 1877

$1tws and fflrald TRI-WEERLY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Wookly Ono Year. -V- -- -- $4.00 Six-months. 2.00 4 Three months. - - - 1.00 RATES OF ADVERTISING. Ono square one insortion $1.00. For each subsequent insertion 604. Obitun rios and Trib>utos of Respecot charged for as advorLisonionts. Liboral diucouit made I or contract. advertisements. ---0 JOB WORK. B3ill Heads, Letter Ileads, Envelopen Postors, Cards, Invitations, Tiikets, &e. neatly executed at this ofica',-CHIEAP IOR OASH, THE PRESIDENT'S POLICY. An Int,erview with Hayes -How Ho Came to Adopt His Policy --What Ho Thinks of Its Success--Not Scared by Newmpapors. CINOINNATI, September 10.--A correspondent of the Eveniny Times, who interviewed President Hayes while en route to Fremont, asked the President how ho came to construct his policy, which was seemingly so at variance vith his recent views while on the stump in his last gubernatorial campaign. Did it grow upolwhim gradually, as circumstances sconed to...

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. — 20 September 1877

~-~------~--. -----..-- - --* ------- - ------ . - -- ~ - - ~ -- I_WEEKLY EDITION.] WINNSBORO, S. C., TiURSiDAY MORN.[NG, SEPTEMBER 20, 1877 VOL. 1 N NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Magnificent bian new $650 rose-wood 1la1os only $115 P VS 11111st 1 besold. Fine rosewood RAN upright PianosP little tied cost $800, otty $125. Pi.rlor Organs 2 stops $45, 11 Stols $s5, 12stops only $75. Nearly new 4 set reed 12 stoi Sub Iass and Coupler Organ $55, cost over 50. Lowest rces ever offered. Sent oin 15 days test. trial. ou ask, why I offer so cheap ? I answerl hard times. 1000 emil)loyces u-iut l.ave work. Itesit of war comeiivned o1 me by the ionopolists. Battle rn . Particulars free. Address ANIEL F. H EAT'l Y,Washington,New Jersey. E.IEFGANT cAUns, no two alike, with 111111me, Wcts post paid. J. 11. IlIts-rI, Nassaut, elins Count,y, New York. ROANORE COLLEGE, SALEBT, VIlROINIA. Next session begins September 6, 1877. Col legiate, elective and preparatory courses. In surpassed location. 1gountain clim...

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. — 20 September 1877

WINNSBORO, S. C. ThUrsday, Septeiber 20, 1877. U. MEANS DAVIS, Editor, %NO. S. REYNOLDS, Associate Editor. TiE 1uRiKt claita to have inflicted another severe defeat upon the Russians at Plovna, tho scone of the former Tarkish victory. Matters look rather squally for the MU 'cotftos. Tho weather will soon put an en1 to campaigning for this year. TiE RUsIANs have boon promising to crush out the TurA. overy day for the past two weeks, but the end has not come. yet. The Turks are hot to be run over easily. They still:proserve some of the fighting qualities which made the Turk the dread of ,Christebdom during the fifteenth century. GOVERNOR HAMPTON, in an intor view with a reportel of the Chicago TimesR, said: "The meanst anony enbit letter ever written, I think, was mailed me from Chicago. It was addressed thus: 'To Wade Hampton, ColuiAbia, S. C., or wherever else the d-d villain may be. Curses on his soul.'" PRESIDENT HAYEs haf expressed an intention 'of visiting Colalmbia some time in...

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. — 20 September 1877

RAILROAD SOUEDULES.-The follow ing are the hours at which the trains on the C. C. and A. R. R. pass Winnsboro: REGULAR PASSENOER-NIGHT. For Charlotte, 1.25, A. M. For Augusta, 11.07, P. M. ACCoMMODATION FnEIoHT-DAY. For Columbia, 7.36, r. i. For Charlotte, 10.45, A. bt New Advertisements. Here They Come-Ladd Bros. Just Arrived-MeMaster & Brice. Seed Wheat &c.-McMastor & Brice. New Grocerie-J. F. McMaster & Co. Aladdin Security Oil-C. West & Son's. Dr. W. E. Aiken advertises the Morning Star Yeast Powder, and recommends it as an excellent arti cle. The Board of Equalization has been in session for the past four days. Adjutant-General Moise has called for an inspection of the troops in Fairfield county oh the 12th of October. Rub up your fusee, boys, and learn to swing round like a gate. A very haavy rain visited Winns - horo on Monday afternoon, the 16th inst. Some damage was done to hrubbery. The irain appears not o have been so heavy in the coun ry. SUNDAY SCHOO...

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. — 20 September 1877

TRI-WEE.-LLY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tr-Weekly Ono Year. -- - - -- $1.00 i six-monthli. 2.00 *' 'threo 1 months. - - -- 1.00 RATES OF ADVElRTISING. One square one insertion $1.00. For oftch subsequetit insertion 504-. Obitun rio and.Tributes of Iespect charged for as advortisoients. Liberal discotint iado f or contraot advertisoncints. -0 JOB WORK. bill Ieads, Letter Heads, Envelopes Postors, Cards, Invitations, Tickets, &c. neatly executed at this oft1ce,--C1EAP VOR CASIT. . THE STATE PROSECUTIONS. A Letter From Senator Butler. EDoEFIErn, S. C., Sept. 13,.1877. Captain. James X. Lipscomb, Vhappet' Depot, S. C.; MyDju Sin : Your letter of the 10th instant was received last night on my return from Aiken Court. "You eneloso a letter of Septcem ber 2 from Charleston to the New York &117, written, I presume, by tIe correspondent of that paper fr6m Charleston, in which it it made to appear that I advised the discontinuance of the proseentions against the Radical ex-offici...

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. — 22 September 1877

TRI-WEEKLY'EDITION.] WINN8BORO, . t, SATURDAY MORN.NG, SEPTIMBEIR 22, 1877 OL 1NO. 96 NEW ADVERTINUEENT8. PINOS r7jein 1fleent bran now $650 w dPlans only $1715 mustbe hold. Fine roewood OR N e onl, $12 I iParlor ORO "ol'11"t P"Roslittle um"d o N Organs 9sos$5 tp 4o, 19 onkyS. r nw 4 set reed 1t 4pHubRWIN% and 0oupIer ra $55, c' t 5. Lowest prices ever offered. 8ent on -15 days tetti oua:j~,r. loite1 so ell( answerT srd t in Ifces iust ha work, Result of war coymnonC on me by the Nnsopolist attle ra ig ruculars free. Adre= DANIEL le. BHUfr&,aaltlugiuton,Ncw Jersey. 2 XURGWANVAIDS, nOo aQllke illne, 25 'ts podt Pula. J. B. liens Oounty, No* York. ROANOKX 0LLEGE:; SAI4M, VIROINA. Wext session begins Septelnber 5, 1817. ol leglato, olectlv aud peparatory courses. Un surpassN locatloil.- CoullW1a climat e., Woral conmun . I e churce n to.i. .oderat expnses i front $100 to $240 fo' 9X months, in - eluding tuition, board, eto., etc. Students from ' nftee StAtr biynTerA1'y, altexco. Tw...

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. — 22 September 1877

ah Sa nd;rald WINNSBORO, S. 0. Saturday, Se r 99, 877. R. MEANS DAV*, 'Editoi, .JNO. S. REYNOLDB, Associate Editor. TAosi\-NDPXENDEN gubernatorial -candidates in Mississippi- -ard Vir ginia dozitseem to be makilag much noise. SIN61i-pxw have been soanxious t y-'9fbA16r ifetbi6ff, it :may the . to learn that ho is traveling in copnpany with the Misses'Evarts, Among the elevon daughters of the Secretary of State, 1e ought cort inly to got suited. Tn0k'En A' of Now Jersey have 'n9rinate Og . .g3. UpOlellan for ,gQvx4or Thegoerq a number of appiralits for (th6 pbWition, bd6 he was ihosen'oA the fist bllot: This is a 4tagital selection., McClllan is ku"9wn.apd,honWed, everywhero. as a brave and :skillful soldier, whilo ho has s'nce the war'kept himself aloof from 'political'jugglory. 'The Massaohusetts . Republicans 31ave renominated Governor Rico. There is no reason why he shall not .be eleted, though by a reduced majority. The imehding Confilot. The extra se6sioi of Congress in October...

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. — 22 September 1877

ing are tho'hour at wIeO ir t u on the C. 0. and A. 1 a . R a Winnshoro: REOULAR PA8.NGEiItG-RT. For Charlotte, 1.25, A. I. For Augusta, 11.07, p. rd. AccOMM0DATION FtmrHT-.DAy. For Columbi 76, r. i For Charlotte, 10.46, A New Advertisements. New Gpodsii':tLU Daheneig. Furniture- R. W. Phillips. * [ Established 1874-Geo. B. Ed wards. Gordon Light Infan6y.-,U. "K. Huey, Secretary., The Equalization Board hasraised a number of return. The cistern at the lowe.r ed of town, which has been for some time undergoingr6pa1A,'biarly41\Aished The Equinoctial hae been upon ,is, bringing drenching rains and -old weather. Joe Milligan, a colgred, toy ip thQ miploy of Mr. 6 W. Crawford, had wo fingers of his right hand cut off >y a cutting machine on Thursday. Mr. Jno. C. Squier, well known .A an affable and efficient salesman, tas returned to Winnsbo6, and lay bo found at the dry goods es Ablishment of 'J. Sugenheimer Co. There are now seven prisoners in e county jail, to be tried at the )ctob...

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. — 22 September 1877

TAWIW mKi LY EDITION. E Etm a SUBSOMPTION. TrI-Weekly o Year. - - $4.00 x-months. - - . - 2.00 44 4 Three month. - -10 Wbrq$ MP00-0L RATES OF ADVERTISING. itleafn41UH hutep i a4 d f.er og%t,rsgia.dyeytisomente. .1A ~ib/AiBOK. Bill d8, etter Hods, Envo Po64001 rde,, nvitatibte, Tiekots, -&c. neatly etottted -At thM offio6,-CHEAP 180UTH OAROLINA NEWS. The notton and rice crops in olk p1bqse well I/ The remains of Y. J. P. Oens have been brought from Washing ton and buried in Laurens. '_Mose Wilson, the notorious negro dgiVetWdd of.Sintater, has been found guilty of murder. All i the jury wore colored. Thos. W. Price & Co., of Phila. delphia say that they wore- paid in full by Chrddzo for State printing, di int .Pt of ."their _ ill was In the municipal election . in .,KippR o tie et4;h(eaded -lby D. A. Townsend received an ftvlrage of '148'*dtes, 'tht by R. W. Shand, 116 votes.- B6th tickets were Demo eratio. The freight on a bairel 'of tnolass OR from Chploston to Sunqtor is $...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 25 September 1877

TRI-WEEKLY E - - - -r--'"-,+ !4TION.l, WINNSBORO, S. C., TUCESDAY MORNING, SEPT .1b I'llXJ E4,T3' 2 - ~ A LAJ~AlI1 ~4. 1877"IV ~ i ~~f N EW ADVE HANSi d row OR n o a subass a-t''Od 12 .Lowe Rg 4 cost over test trial O fen 6n 16 days answer a ' R 'i I WnnpUt. IHattlo ie no by the idrr I F. artiul free. Jersey. 9 washington,Zew 25% ga 110ANORE LEGE, SALEK, A. Nextaseu9ion begIn legiate, elective end .r 5, 1871. Col surpa-.4ed Iecourses. Un conmunit)VM a. deoy expeonses: from $1(10 1o W. Mr cuding tuition, board, e ont, in fifteen ytntk%, Indian tudents *roin N ,~ Twenty HtudenMt ro 1,and Mexico. Catalogues, etc., address Virginia. For -ECR OF FACULTY. ADIE Elegant Tm, o d toa s?, reney or StA 0111to 0, w ork. ONLY FIVX i Du iRS FOR AN Of the best -a cind In A dl u& 6ier'the Great U nIon I'loi(Oc Wlallroad. A FA'H* FOR $200 rin easy payments with low rates of inteaet. SECURE IT V'O WI. .ull informia6t, nU fide, $71a ). F. DAVIS, Land Agent. U. P. U. R. -IOA4A, N11 BATO? ~e ward A G...

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. — 25 September 1877

Sms~w~ and Arald WINNSB0RG. S. 'Tuesday, Setember 1b, 1877. R. -MANS EIAVM, 141tor, JNO. S, I&ETNOLD, Assoolate Editor. The San 0raneisoe Vall, of the 9th inst. ays: Tere is -4W on oxhibition at 110 D4pon & upi m~or bpip of .grabt p re pepro of Sats4 Trbara (a e in, In o ho motister, 6g le f9 la. -six fe't inrcum yence -and iroe feet long, Tho vme fro;n which Uhis was 10't8is 10 yeas old, apd,ro tuceqs aSnIaly .I,, pd 1 ,000 'poun,ds o grpes. Tis rol bly 0th Ma ges lunch, ot g;W>4, *or. Wonder ir the grapes Cal4. and Joshua brought back from the land qwit th 3b11k a'ndl hbite beat this. The Fai. The Agriultural and Mecllilcal Fair willbe hela in'Cohr6bia on the 18th, 14th, 15th and16th of Novem b)er next. Active efforts are making to ensure its success. That previon exhibitions have been fina'cial Wdil. ures is undeniable, 'bn the cause lay' both in the derpresidoti of the eountty attefidAtit 'up6ih the pania, Ind h tho horrib'l ohiffl 6onditidii of the State, which paray...

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. — 25 September 1877

RmAn1onAD SOIHED 4.4ThO 'IR110, ing are the hours -hio ti0 tgZa on the C. C. and A. R. R. pass Winnsboro: REGULAR PASSENG$P-+-- GT., For Charlotte, 1.25, A. 5. For Augusta, 11.07, P. u. Aowmoj!nTrg Fi4 W r DAY. For Co i4 For 'harlow, 1 . 14A. New Adverte1s xte .% - EntertaintIA-1 T6d..roW Agent. Best cotton on *.,onday brought 10.10 The storms of the past week have )oen hard on cotton. The Mount Zion 0ociety will neet on Thursday to considor natters of import4auce -ot the school. :I is hoped that there will be a full Attendance. PERSONAL.-Mr. Sol Wolfe is in -ow York, purchasing his fall sup -lies. - Mr. Jas.'A. Brice has returned. Mrs. J. 0. Bong has returned -ith a full line of supplies. The farmors of Township Twelve re to meet Saturday at Paul's pring to take into consideration te fence law. They have no idea f being fontedt out, or made a )imon pasturo ground for other ,wnships, through the stupidity malignity of non-taxpaying >ters. They are rigbt., Owing to the prevalence ...

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. — 25 September 1877

TRI-WEERLY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCIPTIQN. Trl-Weekly One Yonr. - - - $4.00 Six-months. ~. 2.00 :f Th o - - - 1.00 AMP Q?FAPN ERTXNQ. ro to g at r o r r11e1100d1r4=111401 RHIM01"t. ( ~c~r 6d I folr at; Adyertisoun %4t ,is~ooq t mnado f or contraot aahisco made Bill Heads. LMtou Had#, Entelopem Postert, Cardii, I,vit*tiqp,, 'TCjqeta, &c. POLITICAL NOTES. Th~~~bit4nitmeof Ma"achiv HeNT MVkXh AghV againsV Rice, the Republican candidate. The working men and greenback.. era of Pennsylvania have nominated an exceu I I botherid;q= 0 1 e0 f both parties Carpet-bagger Spencer, of Alaba, Ia has the blues. He says Butler wil ,pe aAMjtted to to.Senato,.ano thai Ohio will go Democratic by 40ff0) ahd New York by 100,000 majority. . , Matt Carpenter thinks the Re . publidxni will carry Wiscodnsin, but they will- have to work for -it. -The gr Qubavcc qd workingmen's tickets he qid n? thihik.likoly to poll many Vot,k. Wendell Phillips, tho working med%amC4114iidate. for governor of Massachuset&am...

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. — 27 September 1877

TRI-WEElKLY EDITION.] WINNSBORO, S. C., TIHURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEBER 27 1877 VOL. 1. NO. 98 NEW ADVEIRISEMENTS. MagnIlleenlt branl new, $160 rose-wood PIanlos only *175 1 NOS must,b e sold. Fluenr-;owood upright PIlanos it tle usc(l Cost, $S00, only $125. Parlor Orgalls 2 stos $15, 9 Stps t65, 12stops only $75. Nearly new 4 set rood 12 stiop Sub ss an( Coujpler Organ $55, cost, over $350. i.owest1 vIevs ever offered. Sent, on 15 lays test. trial. ou ask, why I offer so cheal) I ammyor htard timles. 141111 emplo.yevs mnust, hanvo work. Iesult, of war COImnndliftl(t ol in by the Imotiopolsts. hattli ra1ing. PrtIlla'rs free. Atidress DANiELt F. I1CATTY,Wasington,New Jersey. EL.LIMANT CAIMR, 11) two Aike, 'With name, 1OCIs poSI, aild. .1. It. IesTn, NasS'II, Iens County, New York. ROANOKE COLLEGE, SALEM, VIRiGINIA. Next sc,ession .,,glns septenber 5, 1s77. Col legiatie, elect ivo aind prp1 tatiry lourses. 1'n sitrpassveil location. AlItaIinl cliiate. 'Moral vottlliilt.y. Five 1111reivs n...

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. — 27 September 1877

Zhe Vtwus adu Xyrulad WD*NSBORO, S. 'C. Thursday, September 27, : 1877. S. MEANS DAVIS, 1itor, -JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Assool&to Rditor. THE DEATnof Sonator Bogy has 'caused a flatter among the Missouri -statesmen, any number of whom, in 'their own opinion at "least, are worthy of bearing his mantle. As he was a Democrat, and will be succeeded by a Democrat, his doath is of no political significance. IT IS RRIATED that in the fdush tinves -of California, when robbories and murders had become -so froquent, and desperadoes :so -shameless, that the whole community rose in arms and demanded vergeattce, a certain 'lawyer became a candidate for judge. Mounting his mustang, he set ont VA an electioneering tour. When-I ever he met a voter he would merely touch his hat, with the remark, "Good morning, Colonel, I'm in for hanging every d- d one of them," stick spurs to his horse and ride on. Upon that platform he was triuni phantly elected. And ho straighton ed things out. That is the kind of ...

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. — 27 September 1877

RIAILRoA D SCHLDUrLEs.-The follow ing are the hours at which the trains on the C. C. and A. R. R. pass Winnsboro: REOULAR PASSENOER-NIOUT. For Charlotto, 1.25, A. r. For Augusta, 11.07, P. .r. AcCOMMODATION FREIHT-DAY. For Columbia, 7.36, P. m. For Charlotte, 10.45, A. A New Advertiaements. Notico to Road Ovorsoors-J. A. Hinnant, Chairmnan. Tax Notico-Jas. Q. County Treasurer. Auction Sale-H. L. Elliott, Ad mninis3trattor. Notice-Win. N. Chandler, Clerk. Knights of Honor--E. S. Chand ler, Reporter. Why not offer the freedom of the city of Winnrboro to President Hayes? The Mount Zion Society meets to-day. A full attondance is dosir ed. A runaway enlivened things on Main street on Tuesday. Nobody hurt. Trade is reviving. Several morn chants have reported a brisk busi noss during the past week. The county treasurer will open his books on Monday next, for the col loction of State and county taxes. The lodge of Knights of Honor at this place is in a flourishing and growing condition. The...

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. — 27 September 1877

TRI-WEEILY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Trl-Weekly Ono Year. - - - - $4.00 4 it-mnont4s.-. - - - - 2.00 Throe-niOnthu. - - - 1.00 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One squaro one insortion $1.00. For each subsoquent insortion 105. Obitua rios and Tributes of Rospect charged for as advortisements. Liberal discount made f or contraot advortisomoints. --, JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tiokets, &c. neatly executed at this ofilce,-CIIEAPI FOR CASH. SHERIFF'S SALE. Elizabeth P. Brown vs. Arthur Hayes and Thomas L. Powell. IN puronance of an order mado by itho Honorable T. J. Mackey in the above stated case, I will soll before the Court House door in Winisboro, on the first Monday in Oetober next, for Cash the following described real estate, viz: N'$hi.phintation or tract of land con taimogi six AND FOUn-TENTHs acres on which the Mill is situated, in Fairfield county, In said State of South Carolina, on Mor ris Creek,bounded on the west, south and e...

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. — 29 September 1877

TH-E iKYV IIN INNSBORO, S. C., SATURDAY I1101M[NG, SE PTEAMEI 29, 1877 VL1.N.9 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. O I Magnificent, bran new $650 rose-wood lianos only $175 inustbo sold. Fine rosewood R AN upright Pianos little used cost $800, only $125. Parlor 0 Organs 2 stops $15, 9 Stops $65, 12 stops only $75. Nearly new 4 set re( 12 stop Si) Bass and Couipler Organ $55, cost over $150. Lowest prices ever offorei. Sent on 15 days test, tial. i ou ask, why I offer so cheap ? I answer hard times. I1M0 eimplorI'ees must, have -work. 1esit of war commened on Ine by 1.he monopOlIlsis. Battle raglug. I'artiulans freo. Address DANEL F. BEAT YW,ashington,New Jersey. EI.OANT CAns, no two alike, with ine, 10cts post, paId. J. 11. IiUSTED, Nafsau, lHens County, New York. ROANOKE COLLEGE, SALEM, VIROINIA. Next session begins September 5, IS7. Col legiate, elective atid reparatory courses. Un siurpassed location. %ount,atn clinmite. Moral voininunity. Five churches in town. Aloderat expenses: from $11A)tO$'...

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. — 29 September 1877

WINNSiOWiO, 8. C. Saturday, September 20, 1877. t. MEANS DAVIS, Editor, JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Aasocintc Et,Ior. Oiumo noTam her clection on the 9th of Oelober. A senaltorship is involved. Sevolal other1 States vote oil the sio day. TUE At(ojsvA Cleronieleft n lOopi stitutionalist favors thie retiil of the Capital of Georgia to Milldge - villo its ia iatter of ecoioiny. AN) Now they tell us that Meek Stephens weighs Imlore Ih:m hm ever did before, and is (n1joying c:g>ital health. Tm DF,'ocuis of Kingstree were (ofonted ill a milicipal ecwOoll the other day. That come.i.1romn Demno cratii' quarrelingamong thoiseve. GE-NsAL RI LPRICmeK 1efu1Sed to bu theO RjepulbIila Cand(ida't(' FOr goverCI-, nor of Now Jersey. Ie dlo1n:'t relish a political light gaiilst McClellan a1ny 1more thalnll he did a cavalry tilt wiith 1haipton. W()Itom of Wyoing haVe separalto polliig-places es.tablihel for their benefit. They don't fany' the rough and tumble political scrimnages that delight. the sti ner, M...

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. — 29 September 1877

RAILROAD ( IEDULEH.-Tho follow ing are the hours at which the trains on the C. C. and A. R. R. pass Winnsboro: 1REoULAR PAsSENoEn--NIOUnT. For Charlotte, 1.25, A. M. For Augusta, 11.07, 1,. Di. AccoaroDATIoN FEIG-IT-DAY. For Columbia, 7.36, P. At. For Charlotte. 10.45, A. B Now Advertisements. For Sale-R. A. Herron. Gordon Light Infantry-R. 1. Huey, Secretary. Masonic Meeting-Wm. N. Chandler, Secretary. The following are the pricos of cotton for the past two days: Thurs day, 101; Friday, 10A. The Liborian Exodus meeting will be hold hero to- day. It is rumored that ex,Govornor Chamberlain will speak. The Mount Zion Socioty held an important and interesting meeting yesterday. Mattors of great im, portance to the Instituto were dis Cussed. A& Wo have in our possession a Masonic pin of gold, handed to us by a gentloman who found it in the country. The owner can pro, cure the same by applying at the law-office of Gaillard & Reynolds, and proving property. Services, preparatory t...

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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