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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 26 January 1878

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Weekly One Year. - -- -- -4.0 " six-months. -- 2.0 Thre4 months. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square one insertion $1.00. For eaoh subsequent insertion 3M. Obitun ries and Tributew of Respeet charged fry as advertisements. Liberad discount maido or eontraet advertisementv. --o -- JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes 1o@ers,.Cards, Invitations, Tiokets, &c. Aatly sxeoutod at this oflie,-CHEAP B OR CASH. Contimued from fIrst page. at $75 apiece. Mr. Fuller instanced anothor bur, specimens of which were Worth $15 in gold. A man near Denver, CAl., tnrnod over an old buffalo hido, and found a double handful. Before that thero woro but three in the hands of collectors. The fortunate discoveror knew the value of the insects, and sold thom at the high. ost price, but after tlat their value was gone, for every collector was supplied. JUDICIA L TOR TUR E. The following facts, elicited at the trial at tho recent sessions at? No...

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 January 1878

T1L-WEIEIKLY .El ITION.} WINNSBORO, S. C*. TfUESDAY JAN UARY 29, 1878. {VOL. 1. NO. 151 B A YPIANO. 0110 '4 ho;t. Ir'".001C ,IAITTY J.vWn'.! S-.1%! Or Yi12! st~~~~~~~~~~~c Ip,,- ii aIl-inir3: 1 ., ti fr nr.i 1ree. PANINI, P. BEA.Tr'Y, Wa41hingtonl, N. J. 'S TY .L-:K Ole CAUtD1A, 0.. or 21 Nr-w YW-r calas. sallnes 3e. ,J. It'TEAI) & CO., Na'jaii1, New York. 14c"N MN' 0,11 \ A o iltit l oev rhal Sti-t-r Iv . \\'u ll itnv, i F t1111olt ve. .M. CUMiNE(MA' CO., PIillatulpih1c.Pa., or M'ilwaill:e, \I kcon sil F.4Rq I 'r cuf,,. brtilP; niid sp.Jraln i. h)1l11,1 lmv! ble"1rling 'I Ir .!Ii -. 1110111:0-111 ;hk. I's;Z 17!I..0 alt im e. an ,. .i1 '4. i t Ileot tll rs, llls h iritii SOr'-, SWhller sove l , er::s1ipel.,i. ami. vo -le I veii 14 SAN ) FOI(WS ENTit.CT OF \'TWcI11 HAZEL. ..k for 1. heN alst i. i ' ti. : t . ler :it 'i-t; ' tin l l y 1 t'l' :tnll kWiHT-r110' I WE by \\ 10.'; P0TTElf. Whol'ale Iroagis, 3. Wash lIgtonl Stret, 3oston, ILs 'nd for Red led Price List of vMa socn &...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 29 January 1878

WINNSBORO, S. C. Tuesday, January 29, : 1878. R. MEANS DAVIS, Editor, JNO. S. REYNOLDS. AsBociato Editor. POUR MEMBERS oF THE BAR of thC sixth circuit have been mention(d in connection with the judgeship of the circuit-Mossrs. James Hemp hill of Chester, A. S. Douglass of Fairfield. W. A. Moore of Lancastor and I. D. Witherspoon of York. Each of theso gentlemen combines in an eminent degroo the qualities that were sought for in the judiciary of the olden timo-charactor, learn ing and ability. We are not pre pared to pass judgment on the spoeial merits of these four ro spectivoly, but wo are satisfied that any one of themN would make a judge most acceptable to the people of the circuit. We suggest to the dologations from the four counties to moot in conforonce on this sub, ject, and, after a froo interchange of views, to unite upon somo worthy candidate who shall be placed be foro the Democratic caucus. Such an expression of views would have great weight beforo the caucus. A Financia...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 29 January 1878

LOCAL ITEMS. RAILROAD SCHEDULE.-Tho follow ing table shows the hours at which the trains on the C. 0. & A. R. R. reach Winnsboro: DAY PAssENGER. For Charlotte...........1.57, P. u. For Augusta...........4.19, r. m. NioalT PASSENGER. For Augusta.........12.52, A. M. For Charlotte.........2.55, A. M. New Advertisements. Webster's Unabridged Diction ary. Card of Thanks-T. W. Rabb, Sr. Fresh Milk can be had every day in any quantity desired at_J. W. MaCreight's. Two negroes charged with having been concerned in the burning of Mr. T. W. Rabb's gin -house, have have been lodged in jail. The evi donce against them is said to be con clusive. We trust they will receive their just deserts. The Borger Family Troupe, pursu ant to previous announcement, gave an entertainment at the Thespian Hall on Saturday night. The an dience was a large one, the hall being crowded. The performance was in every particular a very fine one, and several of the performners were loudly encored. We cannot give p...

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. — 29 January 1878

TRI-WEERLY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Trt-Weekly One Year. -- --- - 4.0 0 4 Six-months. - 2.0 0 of Throe months. - -- 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square one insertion $1.00. For each subsequent insertion 504. Obitna ses and Tributeu of Respect charged for as advertisemonts. Liberal discount made or sentraost advertisements. -0 - JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes ester,.Cards, Invitations, -Tiokets, &c. 1a ly exeuked at this oflies,-CHEAP 01 GASH. A FRANK ADMISSION. The Now York Post, an original abolition organ, makes tho follow ing frank acknowledgment respect ing Democratic home rule in South Carolina : "People who have been waiting for evidence to show that Governor Hampton, of South Carolina, was not sincere in the pledges which he made that exact justice would be done, so far as possible, by the Domocrats of this State towards all classes of citizens, or that lie would not be able to into effect his own wishes, are in a fair way to become discouraged. Sou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 31 January 1878

Tll-WEEKLY -I,-IO.}W N- N- -'B-0--R-0 S.' C7-T-HU-RSDA Y, J ANUTJA RY 31, -18 78. (VOL* .NO 5 NE W ADVE TIl''I8 E.1E'NT BEAT3 .tari?nq I Hoc I Organs, 121 Stops,055, 'lanogonly$130 est V'50. Urculars free. DANIEL F. BiTry, Washington, N. J. and levolvers. Illustrated Prico PGttbur I'EAs,freo. Great 11'estern Uun Wforke, Pittsburg, la. 2 W LESOFCA1D8,B10c., or 25 New Year asi' Cat salliles 3e. J. HlUSTEAD & CO., Nassau, New Yo'rk. F 1AMMOi (ttiflt. toeverybody 0 'tn-tOhider watwi rie with ilrst order. Ten doll:rs a day guait anteed '. l(ONEMII & CO., Philadelphia,1a., or Milwaukee, Wisconsin FA TH EM'S For cuts, brul,4es and Spraitis, blind 1 and bleedling REHM l ]) iles, hiheumatii., frac ite l i l frjul nIt,ins an na 1a ()i museem ancti jints i dolent, ulcers, discharging sores, sw0alled sore leg, erysiPeIas,and vareiose veim Is IS8A ND F EXT).1.-rItACT OF WITUII IIAZE,. Ask for it, because it. Is bet(er, stronger and ehe aper than ainy other, and Is warratitecd by WE KS &a...

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. — 31 January 1878

.WINNSBORO, S. . Thursday, January 31. : 1878. I. MZANS DAVIS, Editor, JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Assooiate Editor. ALL PAUTIE must agree that there is a hell-iu the English Cockney's halphabet. AND Now TaT say that Patterson wishes to resign on condition of naming his- successor, and securing immunity for himself, Somewhat cheeky. Tax DzuocnAoy of Abbeville have determined to lend all their efforts to achieving the success of the Democratic party in the coming carmpaign, Side issues, such as the debt, &c., will be ignored. This is a cheering c'arfon note. Let all the other counties fall in line. Ma. GEoUGX W. WILLIAMS, of Charleston, has instituted suit against the county treasurer to compel him to receive Consolidation coupons for taxes. Mr. Williams was, at one time, mentioned for governor of South Carolina. He is aloo said to have been previously interested in the passage of Corbin's phosphate bilL WnILE WE DO not propoke to dis parage the merits of the other gentlemen suggested as c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 31 January 1878

LOCAL ITEMS. RAILSOAD ScHEDULE.--The follow ing table shows the hatirs at which' the trains on the 0. 0. & A. R. R. reach Winnsboro: DAY PAssENGER. For Charlotte ...........1.57, r. m. For Augusta............4.19, P. m. NIGHT PAssENGER. #or Augusta..........12.52, A. M. For Charlotte. .........2.55, A. u. New Advertise ents. Garden Sood-Dr. V. K Aiken. ':Furniture-R. Brandt. EXTREME1s MEET.-A member of the House of Representatives has offered a bill reducing the salary of circuit judges to two thousand dollars per annum. If the bill becomes a law, pettifoggers will -wear the ermine. No jurist of any eminence Will have the position, even if thrust upon him. In our opinion the salary should be in creased to five thousand. R. 0. X. REMOVAL.--Mrs. Simmons, the aecomphpshed teacher, who his been sojourning in Ridgeway for two years, has accepted an invitation from Captain Stack to move to his neighborhood, a good school for ten, or even twelve, months being guaranteed, and a handsome...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 31 January 1878

TRI-WEERKLY E4 DITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Trt-Weekly One Yefr. - -- -- 64.0 &$ Six-months. - -- - 2.0 Throw mouths. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square one inertion $1.00. For each subsequont insertion 504. Obitua ties and Tributou of Respoot charged for as advertisemients. Liberal discount made or eontraot advortisonientu. -0 JOB WORK. Dill 'Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes INstpre, Cards, Invitations, Tiokets, Ac. ea(y exeouted at this offloe.-CHEAP 01 CASH. AN EXPERIENCED MAX. A locomxotive ran over a good deal of human experience near a freight depot in Kansas City on January 3. A 1witch engine with three baggage. cars was backing rapidly, when a man rushed from a side-crogsing and disappeared be neath the wheels ; and when the trafin had passed, the mangled and quivering body of Captain Kottwitz was found lying across tho rails in n pool f blood. He was an officer o, the Russian Imperial Guard during the Crimean war, and was wounded during an assault upon the Redan...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 2 February 1878

T -E El) '10N.} WINNSBORO S. C.. SAT URDAY, 1EIRUARY 2, 1878. {VAOL. 2. NO. 1. N M'W 10 V al2 It NS I -,DIE, I Uet.all price $900 oi all. P U N00 Parlor 1a1.,'4 . (nly $11.>. hiper free. 1), P. LiEATTY Ish Ington, N. J. FOR A CASE OF CATARt $ 5O Taiit. SANDFOlI)'S IAI)WA .Ii for Catarrlh Will not 1Il1ttal'i 1A E arnid speedily cure. RefereiI r3 Wells, EI, Wells, Fargo & \u rora, N. Y.; Will. Bowi, S t1. T lle-tiinonal1s a d treatIsr, I aill l'r i Im provell I lter.. -Ad' ev'erYv'IL1R. WEEKS & ElI Proprietors.i, Bo.ilo n. tasi. N O . M331ywi , eNl "1*'-*e ,t . Y.,4ne eti li y iv ellm% 1e . sisa lii i ' lall I . 10 causel by hilu o -ral'.W Ite in lhi'... r nd i Rff.cts wrma5ic. O ti -i c.set. ' ll I .i1'ia -t wit h 1i 11:o $10--$1 whell 1r <l..d. th-w renlliit!r. z ll t pateilt is (.n1111d, or Vhn- t ih' Val t t treatment Li kniown. St.ita, le i In all letters fitmilruIre illv lo I e,it ment. M?1 N STir ielt, J.ock Box 'Or Huron, Milligaln. We tolfS us te ie nia rd gial1...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 2 February 1878

WINNSBORO, S. C. Saturday, February 2, : 1878. R. MEANS DAVIS, Editor, JNO. S. REYNOLDS. Assocato Editor. TuE UNIVERsITY BILr, Ias passed the House, and is in the Senate. TurH LFoisTA-ruia Is docided to submit the vexed (jistion of the trial justico system to the next Legislature. It was too stipen dous a problem for thern to deal with. THREiPoaRT OF ThE investigating committeo on the ponal and charit,a, blo institutions lays baro . a vast amount of rascality in cominection with the managemont of the pcni tontiary. Stolbrand, Donnis, Nash, Hayno and Noaglo are all liablo to be put in the penitentiary them solves. The co.mitteo worked earnestly and suc.ssfully. Captain Gaillard, of this county, was chair man, and prepared tho admirable report presented to the Legislature. TuHE TRADE 11EAP1.) by certain in dividuals and papers upon the Hon. C. G. Memminigor is uncalled for and unjust. In the course of his speoeh on tho University, M,[r. Memiminger mado certain allhsions that wvro conc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 2 February 1878

LOCAL ITEMS. CIIANOE Ok 8U1EDULM.---Tht follow ing is tho sqhodule of Lte Ci rhotto, Columbia ini Augusta Railroad DAY PASS'NOER11. Going South. G"oing North.' Leavi, Bhok-ock, 3.15. 1. M. 2.1.1, r. :t. "4 Winnsboro, 4.02, 1,. mr. 11.26, A. mt. " Rigw y -1, 1- m. 10.62, A. M. NIGHT PASSENER. Goinq South. Going North. Leavo Binckstock, .J2.31, A. 'r. :-03, A. 51. Wisonsboro, 1 .1-, A. It. 1.14, A. BI Hidgeway, 1 .A9, .. m. 12.36, A. Mr. The night trains moot at Winns boro. RollAzious Noticos. Baptist Church-Rev. T. W. Mel1liChamIlp, 11 O'ClOVC, A. Mr. Associato ltoforied Church-. Rev. J. M. Todd, 11 A. -m., and 7} P. M. Metlo(list Church-Rv. W. A. Rogers, 11 A. At., and 7 p m. Sun day School at 10 o'clock. Prayer Meeting Thursday at 7 P,. m. Episcopl Church--.11ov. J. Obear, services every Sunday ex-opt the 2nd Sunday of the month; at 11 o'cloCk A. M. New Advertisoments. School Noticeo--O. R. Thompson, Clark of Board. Masonic Moing---. F. MCMas tor, Sec'y. Taken up-Jno. Mllaco. Voget...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 2 February 1878

TRI-WEErLY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Weekly Ono Yenr. - - - - 64 "o Six-months. - - - - 2.0 S "I Threv months. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square one insertion $1.00. Por each subsequent insertion 604. Obitua vios and Tributem of Ite8pect charged for as advertisemonts. Liboral discount made or sentraot advortisements. -0 OB QWORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitntions, Tioke!t, &c. eily exeouted at this offie,-CHEAP Ox CASI. MODERN, MARRIAGES. --0 110 V THIK CO U1S E 01F TR UE LO VEI TUINS. An Extract from the Diary of a Newly Married Man. Chicago Paper. January 1, 1877.-Can it bo I am really married ? It seems a dream February 1.-Woll, this is, in deod, reality I And Kato is all a Imall could wish. It does in good to humor her pretty little exacting ways. I must interview old Grind em, and have,my salary raised. A married man's cxpenscs March 1.-Kate is a good girl. Bat tiose omen won't iinerstan d that a III ti c.mn't bro ti off from...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 5 February 1878

TIl-WEEKLY EDITION.) WIN*NSBOR0. S. C., T UESDMAY,FBU 5, 1878.{0h.O2 2tf CAIRDS 15 stYles ten cents, or 20 Chromn 5C.Ilards t went.y cenits. wit.-it name. J. 11US TEID & CO., NaMu, New York. .10w vOeal aIt 2 nldw tistrivt'nt-, plpcn% 1Shent Mtil0, 1') centf.. ,lIvAror stp-.MIUSIC PU.111L181INO 0OMPANY, MIldtlo.bro. Nf-:s. Retaill priCE $90 on V $21%n. PTA Ij1. Parlor Orgnt. ric,' $:T5 only $105. Paper free. D. F. BEATTY, Wash ington, N. J. n LAIll%IXED CAltD8 willi namn, In cas", 13 cents, 25 wit1out ense, ce.Mts, 31) 4 new fitn carids to cents. 1t,its 10 cents. F. WAS1ISBUlN & CO., Middleboro, Mas NEW 0110 ANS. 10 .40)s $123, 10, S91, 12, $8M. 9 $66. 1'ANO8 retall )Ilce $T, only $235. ton (i for conftilentlal eleu ars. DANIEL F. BIEATTY, Washington, N. J. FOR A CASE OF CATARRH That SANDFORID'1 RADICAL CIT1UE for Catarrh will not itantly relieve and speetlily cure. ieference, Henry Wells, Esi,Welis, Fargo & CO., Ami. rora, N. Y.; Wml. Ilowtit, St. I.IIIs. 'ittiilnlis fin...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 5 February 1878

411it almwui ad' )Jia1'd WINNSBOI4 >. (1. Tuesday, February r, 1878. R. MEANS DAVIS, Editor, JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Ausociato Editor. . IT rs sAID THAT candidates in tho ensuing campaign will be as thick as the leaves in Vallambrosa, or as down on a duck's back. Let's got ready, thon, and fix things so that they can all have a f "ir, square race for the nomination. Abbevillo and Anderson are already in line. Our County executive Coimitteo 1mst prepare a scheme to bo presmited to the dill'orcnt Clubs for ratiflica tion. THE oom) MN, otherwise known as the Imono-motalists, ale mCh alarmed over the prospect of the remonetization of silver, and are appealing earnestly to Hayes to interposo his veto. I1anwhilo they are beginning to confess that through the limited capacity of the mint to coin silver, the immediate consoquonces of the romonotization of the silver dollar. even the ninety two cent "dollar of our daddies" will not bo disastrous. TiE RuHSIANHS are report0d to be within twenty-f...

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. — 5 February 1878

A LOCAL ITEMS. CHANGE OF SciiEDULn.-The follow ing is the schedule of the Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad DAY PASSENGER. Going South. Going North. Leavo Blackttook, 3.15, 1. .r. 2.15, -. bt. Winnsboro, 4.02, P. m. 11.26, A. 1%. lidgoway, 4.38, , r. 10.82, A. Mi. NIGHT PASSENGER. Going Sout.h. Going North. Leavo Blackstock, 12.31. A. br. .'.03, A. AT. " Wianboro, 1.14, A. 1. 1.14, A. At 4 Ridgeway, 1 .40, A. m. 12.36, A. Mr. The night trains moot at Winns boro. New Advertisements. Citation-O. R. Thompson, J. P. F. C. Fresh Arrivals-J. 0. Boag. We trust something will be done by our citizons toward it dinner or colla tion for the Fairliold survivors of the Florida war, who, it will be romembored, meet at this place next Monday. We hope the la'lies -will take the m.attei- in hand-and then we are sure tho,thing will.;be success fully carried out. Justice Haskell having resigned his position as a member of the State Democratic Executive Committee, Gen. Johnson Hagood has been ch...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 5 February 1878

Tf-W eS lu s S11 1il TI-WEEKLY E DITION. TEIRMS OF SUBSCIPTION. Tri-Wookly Ouin Y)a. - - - - I. of '' SixitomloIns. - - -- -- 2.i 46 is 'Tlirem mionils. - Im-1. RArmS OF.ADVERTisING. One Hqiare o inwirftiin $1.10. For *Aoih 811b.0quenPt, inS4r1tiOl f10.:. 0bi01t:1 ries ant Triboutu: 4)1 itt..4epet u11am e (i ri as aruvertiecuent.. .iberal iscout u or veuLract aIVOri11ee11ntS. -) - JOB WORtK. Bill ITeads, Ltter Heads,1 Euvelopos Fosters, Cards, lnVitAti(nR, Tickefs, e. aty executed at this oice, CREAP *olk CASIL. SOUTH CA RO INA XE W'S. The Democratic defeats in Beau fort tnd Smutr aro having the effect of arousing the party throughout the Stato to the im portaice of organizing early for the campaign this year. Abbovillo negroos aro flocking to Grenvillo in great crowds. They go there without any promised em ploymont and only swell the throng of do-nothings already collected in the Mountain City. John Smith, convicted itt tho lrte special terni of the court of Hie murder of Bergen Co...

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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. — 7 February 1878

TRI-WEEKLY EDITIONJ WINNSBORO, S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1878. Ivol2o NEW ADVERTINEMENTS 2 CARDS15 styles ten cents, or 20 Chromo 5(;ard8 twenty cen ts. with name. J. IIUS. TED & CO., Nassau, Now York. 3 new vocal and 2 new instrumiental pileces Sheet Music, 10 cetis, silveror xtps.MUSI0 PUBLISillNO COMPANY, Middleboro. Mass. PIA TC 1Retail price $900 only $260. PIANOk Parlor Organs, orice $375 0nl $105. Paper free. D. F. 11EATTY, Wash Ington. N. .. 50 LAiIMM a'lE CAlU with name, in Cae, 13 cents. 25 NVIthout cnsp, 9 cents, 31). now fun ars iI cents. OutIlts 10 cents. F. WASI[BiUltN & CO., ,lledlelboro. Mass NiE W OIWIANs. 1u Stops$123, I),:' P0, 12, $85, 9 $66. PIANOM retail pi ice SM-a onlly $-.1.5. Send for conildentia cloiulars. DANIEL F. BEATTY, Washington, N. J. FOR A CASE OF CATARRH That. SANDFOltD'S RADICAL CtRE for Catarrh will not in1:,tantly r0lieve 0andi speedily curo. teference Ilenry wells, ETiT., Wells, Fargo & Z0o., Ai rori, N. Y.; Wm. Bowen, St.. LouI...

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 February 1878

WINNSBORO, S. C. Thursday, February 7. : 1878. R. MEANS DAVIS, Editor, JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Associate Editor. HIAS IT OCOURED to the Legisla ture that perhaps it is taking a long time to be getting ready to think about adjourning 7 FERNANDO WOOD thinks the coun try can be saved without imposing a revenue tax on old ladies' tea and coffee. A MorrTT BELL PUNCH for regis tering the sale of cigars is tho latest proposition before the Virginia Legislature. GEN. P. M. B. YOUNG, Of Georgia, Colonel Garrard, of Louisiana, and Prof. Safford, of Tennessee, have been appointed paid commissioners from th6 Southern States to the Paris Exposition. Tua 02LUCTION of General Ragood as a member of the State Executive Committee, vice Justice Haskell, resigned, was wise, General Hagood is a magnificent organizer, and will be an efficiett coadjutor of the other members. Igo WHAT HAS nEComE of the' movement to regulate railroads ? This is a matter of much greater moment than the manner of electiIig judges A...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 7 February 1878

LOCAL ITEIS. C11ANE 0F' SCHEDULE.-The follow ing is tho f3chedulo of the Charlotto, Columbia and Augusta Railroad : DAY PASSENER. Going south. Going North.'q SLoavo 111ackstook, 3.1.5, P. m. 1 2.15, 1,. Ax. Winnsboro, 4.02, P. br. 11.26, A. Mr. " lidgoway, 4.38, P M. 10.52, A. br. NIGHT PASSENGER. Goinq qouth. Going North. Leave Blackstock, 12.31, A. M. .:03, A. M. " VWinsboro, I .14, A. M. 1.14, A. M lidgoway, 1.41), A. M. 12.36, A. M. The night trains meot at Winns boro. New Advertls -mmts. Stolon-Wim. Rtosborough. Removal-11. J. 'McCarley. Mount Zion Insituto-R. Means DaviF;. Knights of H1on1or-E S. Chand lor, Secretary. The graded sehool at Mft. Zion has opened with one hundred and twenty s:holars. By reforence to the advoriiso mont of Mt. Zion School it w'11 be seen that pupils in tho higher branches will bo admitted at very low rates. The Board of Directors of the Theological Seminary, at Columbia, have appointed Rev. C. E. Chiches ter their agent to increase the permianmnt en...

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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