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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 15 June 1878

TRI-W\VEEhLY U'1)'I'IO N TEl1MS OF SUI3SCIl.PTION. Wlri-Weokly Ono Year. - - - - tt.0 '' 11 Six-uunith:. - - - 2.1 " 1 ' r'Threo anttOntht. 1.U ItATE,,S OF ADVERTI"ISlNG. Ono ngitare one ins''rtion SI.t)). For eauh s3u1b.equent inslrtion 50e. Oi mIta ries an ''ribunttes of irect Ithur;/l I.r vas advort.iscmuents. I iberal dli.sevult Itcde or ooutract advertisem,-enits. --it --- JOB WORK. Bill Ilends, Letter Iteads. Entvelops Posters, Cartis, Inlvitat Ions, 'T a-(t . neattly oxetettd at this ollicc, -CI\:AP ot CASI. Canu I tot rom inet:t pa;t h1o nianned his 101s wilth great skill, his oflorts vere of no avail. DIR:ACEFUL SCiLNES .AT THE GAiAVE. Thle cclmetery" gattes wezre! r'enehd about tItree o'clOCk, ald t.(here t Sene( of tlost ulS0(J!IlV diso)rdlr( cnslied. The pol e arrit ;t !0Iennt:5 woeqite inade<ptatc to the oc'we(l sion. The band4], htiliec! stiill phavin; the "Dcat Mlat"rcl, 'awl progr(in. inI good fi vie, were 8 l 1L tnh "rutshed " frlom1 their p)o>if ion, ottl l I...

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 June 1878

r,r j TN NNSi1{), S. C.. '1' UIESDA, r JUNE 18,I - . NO. )O 'REVOLVERs,"FIlETS. ',rv rj j shot Rel(vIV(rw nl11 box Cartridges. Address J. iROWN & SON, 180 and 138, Wood St., Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. ttII hs hol)ors at all OR GANS Worl's 1I "l'l lol ! a te<tt U-ltalognte an.1 Clrculars, with n-'w styli' IEUCED P'15lCE, a!ndt mlneh in'ornation, sent tree. MASON & IIAMLIN 0rg.tm Co:di PANY, Boston, New York or Chicago. gG7,, Planos g175, PianosglOnoclo$:.E legant Pianos rosewood Ca:;ns, m:glgalicenlt, three st,ring up right, Plano $210. No risk. Sen hefore buying. This offer only where not ItIlro:llcetl. War ranted eight years. Tralle pouring In. A'gts wanted everywhere. WrIle for iplper, free. THOMAS 11110., Catskill, New York. SN51ON'8 C&APCiNiE P1ltl'S 1'elA- E l Is flte eSt, remettry for "a lan! or painful1 back, or weakiess of tihe b irk ever invent ''ii or known. It, soothes, It streoiglthens, It enres, where other porous plasters and all liniments fall. Each genui...

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 June 1878

WINNSBORO, S. C. TUIDLZ, JUNZ 18, 178. B. M1Axs DA rs, PDiTOR. I8o 5. BYNIOLD. AlQOQIOTa EDITOR. TUE EURoPEAN CoNxotESs has met, all the Powers being represented by their loading statesmen. Around the board sit Bisma:rck, of Gorn.. y ; ]3eaconsficld, of Great Britiin: Gortschakoff, of Russia, and Andras sy, of Austria, with their colleagues of lesser note. The four mentioned are the diplomatic giants of Europe, and in their hands they hold the destinies of millions. It "is a sad thought that a hard boiled egg, or' a badly cooked beefsteak, by its dyspeptic influence, may at any time break up negotiations, and cause five million of armed mon to rush together in mortal conflict. The Liberia Emigrants. The News and Courier has re ceived a telegram from its special correspondent, Mr. Williams, stat ing that the Liberian ship, Azor, containing two hundred and fifty colored emigrants has arrived at Sierra Leone, a point not far from her destination. The supply of water was not sufficient ...

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 June 1878

1rc)CAT, IT 1S. I'7 .:sn1.lv Y.; : 1 l; :, : lS;':. For)1 t:(' Le 'Iisthitur- -. R. Ra't p,irio.ld i ,;:>liI ' f)r Hf :nf'on a>t tho Stato tic"ket. ChildeIn cry for it, but they stop crying it oce, after they lava taken at s:ng;le dose, as D)r. 13uli': B1-by Syrup cure!; all the pains our little ones Cre sulbj:tt to. 'rice 25 conta. Several cotton blooms apl)pOrei last week. Mr. WV. .'. Ga irrison broulilt One to o.a1 OSlic.. and another was lien; b)y Amly Pos;ey, a cOlored wO)Y11i on I)r. L:I(ld's place, who lu: a first cltss erop of twenty acres. S1o is a tLhoroug.I farner. Holum De :loet.v rlc; Cl.t;;."--Thlis chtib is now fully organnized, with the folIowing ollictr; and coW nit.t.c :i Prcsil- nt-L. A. ilnn. 1s Vice-Presi.ent-1-A. P. Irby. 2nd Vice -Prcsidelnt- -V. B. Mur - ray. Secy. ail Tc:sr.-U. C. Trapp. E+xcut.ivo C-m)!t)niiitte'-Ir. A. Gibson, A. P'. Irlhy, J. V. loI)inson. (onilittee on liegis;trlt ion-i. E. Craig, J1. T... (-..Yriek, Joanes ilteele, T. W1, Seruggs,...

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. — 18 June 1878

TRI.W EE LY E DI'1'i ON TERMS OF SU BSCRIPTION. 'Xri-Weekly One Year. - - t1.0 S Hix-months. - - -- - 2.0 . Thr: e monthls. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One squaro one insertion $1.00. For * noh subCquOnt insertion (h. 01bitu1.. rios and Tributes of Respect charged fo' as advertisteents. 14iberal discount :Made or contract advertisnonts. * JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, E.nvelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tickes. &c. neatly oxecuted at this oillce,--CI1EA' 'OR CASH. CAMPAIGN RATES -FOR TIE NEWS AND HEluLD. IN the campaign that is now openin,,, THE News.N HEliRA,D proposes to l,cep its readers fully 1"osted as to events ese eurring in National, Sttato and County politics. It has heretofor. labored earn. elttly in the cause of good go. vernient. and itselforts in future will be redoubled. In order to atteonpli'sh the greatest go'd, it desirts to reach every citizen of 1"nirIietl County. To attain ths end the follow ing special rates aro offered f'ot the emn paign: Tri-...

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 June 1878

_ _ J S _ ---------_ _ - --R- _ TIL-WEIEAK1Y .EDJITION.} WINNSBORO, S. C.. TIHLURSDAY, J UNE 20, 1878. {VOL 2. NO. 60 NE' ADVE INIM lENTS. .1. 14, IJ 0 1 . 14.L ':;ltt lttvnlv'r wit1h Jx (':rtr1iIg,.. ;\ (iess .1. Itit(WN c SON 1116,1a1l 13S, W odt st., Plit tshtlr,,, Pecnnsy lvanha, ~11 ' Cc 1 iightsit lonors at, alt ( x .L T Worbd's E:xhtli itl>;. La. tes1 (t IIt lg11e. an't i rt"1r .;ar. wit1II n,"w st.ylem J l)t'U:;D P'tilc'Ia, panil inl1,h In11orun: on' nent free. IASON ,\ 1I.\\.IIN Organ ('h,I' 'ANY, Boston, New York or l.Icago. Pianos4(t1!'a,.?M, ,. Pianos 1',)S,11' t)1 t'111.;, 11'1'ill14''llI IIl "'l. o rl tIll 1'1ght Il))) ltl. No rl-.k. S,'' 11"n-f r, hil'in,. 'Ihli; offer tmly Where. nlot. ,!1tr,) lalr'"I. W\ar ra n t"'I eight year;. TIrate t )narin. Iin. A'tt Watnle(l t"4vl(l(''II. Wrllie for papeur, Irrr. 'TIIOMAS Iito., t'a ,akill, New York. a Iaua' or la:lintil1 b:11dk. or wt":aknll'si of 1!1 11 u't't'1" in11.'ll'"' "Ir kuiown. III, . t sren"'h'ns. I11eures, wil(r...

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. — 20 June 1878

turned back by the Democratic authorities in charge, the riot having been suppressod. From this time on, the ringing of a bell could have summoned hundreds of well armed men,i in half an hour. But tho higher authorities doomed it prudent to make no domonstra tion, and to wait for time to avengo the indignities and outrages to which the people were subjected. The patience of Charleston w.:s the watchword of victory throughout the North. Tildon's chances in creasecl day by day, and on the 7th of November lie was duly elected president. Again, when Hampton called for the ten per cent. con tribution, the hearty responso of Charleston gave the movement a groat impetus. We repeat this oft-told tale as a defence of the masses of Charleston against the charges froely preferred against them. We hold that no section can arrogate to itself all the patriotism of the State. The views of diffor out persons as to what patriotism consists in, will nece.sirily induce diverse modes of action. Wo cann...

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 June 1878

IIOCAL ITEMS. H f'LTURSDA Y. JUNE 20,. 1878. Now Advertisemonts. Fairfield Fire Engine Company-_ E. S. Chandler, Secretary. Unremitting application will in duce disoaso unless the blood be kept constantly pure and rich. For all har d workers the remedly to keep the tiloocl in the best coindition1 is Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture. * AROUND ToWN.---Another dog "woodbined" yesterday. It seems as if base ball hlas die.I a natural death. Extensive preparations are being made for the entertainment on the night of the 4th of July. A considerable number of cqttle have been shipped from this place during the past weolc, Messrs. Sugenlhimer & Groecohol have had their store repaired inside and their stock of gpods arranged in A neat manner, The members of the Gordon Iight Infantry have been assigned to dif foreut squads, and are now drilling in the manual of at ms under the non-commissioned officers. Soiree at Plytahewootd, RIDGEWAY, June 18.-Your corre spondent was favored with an invi tation ...

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 June 1878

TRI-V1ERLY E DI '.: TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Weekly One Year. - - - - $4.0 " Six-months. - - -- - 2.0 6 " rThree months. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. Ono square one insertion $1.00. For each subseiuent. insertion 50e. Obituna rios and 'I'riultes of Respect charged for as adlvertisements. Liberal discount maado or contract advortisements. --0 JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, TicketFS, &e. neatly executed at this offlice,---CIIEAl' OR CASH. 1R IC-A-B1RAG. A Literary Bet-The Alphabet. Shades of Night-Window cur tains. Babies are described as coupons attached to the bonds of matrimony. Truth should not walk so close to the heels of error as to stand a chance of having its brains kicked out. Mon who travel bare-footed round a newly carpeted bedroom often find themselvos on the wrong tack. "Am I not a little pale ?" inquired a lady who was short and corpulent, of a crusty old bachelor. "You look more like a big tub," was the blunt reply. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 22 June 1878

{ TRI-WEEKLY EDITION.} WINNSBORO, S. C., SAT URDAY, JUNE 22, 1878. {VOL. 2. NO. 1 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. R)EVOLV ?ER hotReolyven. aox Cartridges. Address J. itOWN & SON, 18 and 138, Wood St., P1ttsburg, Pennsylvania. Tc llghes-t honors at all OIG AiINS orld's E b nsL test Catalogues and Circulars, with new s,yles' ItEDUCED I'IICES, atid much informnation, sent free. MASON & IHAMLIN Organ COM PANY, Boston, New York or Chicago. PianOS $1000 do$'ii . ElegantPianOs rosewood cases. m'wg'dlicent three stri,ng up right 'lano $110 No rlik. Sen before buying. This offer only where not Intro luood. War ranted eight years. Trade pouring in. A'gt,s wanted rverywhere. Write for paper, free. THOMAS BR1OS., Catskill, New York. BE \SON'S CAPCINI PORUS PLASTEI 15 the best remedy fot ia inn' or painful back. or woaknes of the b-tek or nventedt or known It soothes, it strenglhen. It cures, where other porous plasters and all linimentI Each g'nuine BENSON'S Capeine Plaster a' the word Capcine cut ...

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 June 1878

WINNSBORO, S. C. DA'URDAT, JUND AA, s : : I88. R. AMANH DAVIM, NUMTOs. dKO S. REYNOLDR, AssOoLTB EDITOB. AND NOW THEY say that Thayer, Democrat, has been elected gov ernor of Oregon by a majority of forty votes. That makes a clean ,sweep, but a deuced close shave. Mus. TILTON having recently re newed charges against Beecher, Plymouth Church has summarily quashed the whole matter by ex pelling her from the congregation. GENERAL SHERMAN is making an ass of himself in prophesying that a new rebellion is at hand and that the army will put it down. He can't help swearing when he sees how close Potter's Committee are after his brother John. Tim BANNUCKS were an Indian tribe extremely friendly to the United States. The Great Father sent an agent among then who was also a minister of the gospel. This wolf in sheep's clothing man aged in a short time to steal all the supplies sent out to feed the Indians. The latter, being half starved, loft their reservation in quest of hun ting-gvounds. Th...

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 June 1878

rOCAL ITEMS. 8ATIURDAY. JUNE 22, , , 1878. telixIous Notices. Associate Reformed Chareh Rev. J. M. Todd, 11 A. M., and 8 P.M. Methodist Church-Rev. W. A. Rogers, 11 A. M., and 8 I'. M. Sun day School at 10 o'clock. Prayer Meeting, Thursday at 8 P. M. Episcopal Church-Rev. J. Obear, services every Sunday except the 2nd Sunday of the month; at 11 o'clock A. D. Presbyterian Church-Rev. H. B. Pratt, 11 A. M., and 8 P. Dr. Sun day School 4 P. M. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 8 P. Dr. New Advertisements. Sheriff's Sale-S. W. Ruff. Confederate Monument-Mrs. W. R. Robertson. Mr. Daniel Scott, an aged and well known citizen of this county, died on Thursday evening. Every mother in the land should know the value of Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup and never be without it. It is free from opium. Piice 25 cents a bottle. * The Fairfield Fire Engine Com pany were out for undress drill on Thursday afternoon. Drills of this kind will be kept up regularly, and will be of gret benelit to the fire men, in familiari...

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 June 1878

TERMS OF SUBCRiWTION. Wt-Weekly ORe Year. - - --- $4.0 e 4 Six-months. - - - - 2.0 " " Three months. - - - 1.0 RATHS OF ADVERTISING. One square one insortion $1.00. For eash subsequent insertion 504. Obitua ries and Tributes of Respect charged for as advertisemonto. Liberal discount made *r seontraot advertisements. -O - JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tiokets, &o. eatly executed at this officoe,-CHEAP OR CASH. Continued from first page clown. I could have killed him The joke fell flat ; the people were shocked ; they had not expected anything like that at Barnum's. I told the fellow the next day that if it was repeated he would be dis. missca.' " 'Notoriety,' observed the show, man, 'has been absolutely indis pensable to me. Even now, if I hear a joke at my expense, I take pains to get it into the newspapers. I n ever could have lived without. printers' ink. 'You'll make or you'll break me.' I said to the editors at the circus last nig...

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. — 25 June 1878

TRI"WEEK.IY ED1TION.} _WINNSBOIIO,_S. C.. T'UESDAY, JUNE A'25, 1878. {VOL. .(2 NEW A)VERT1IsI11'lENI S. REVOLVER shoeholver t 5ox Cartridges. Address J. BROWN & SON, 1180 and 138, Wood St., Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. OR AN 1 ligest hon tall test, Cat aloguos anrt Circulars, wit,h new stylea REP UCED PItICES, and mntuch linornation, sent free. M ASON & IiAIILIN Organ CO: PANY, Boston, New York or Chicago. ian os Elegan P ian os rosowood cases, m'igitlcent three string up right. Plano $110. No risc. Sen befnre buying. This offer only where not, lIutro'ilt'd. War ranted eight, years. Trado p- tring in. A'gts wanted everywhere. Write for paper, free. THOMAS BROS., Catskill, New York. Ok ENS\ON's (APC(INE affloi Ba POlUS PLASTEc , is the best remedyly for alam) or painful back, or weakness of the b"ck ever invented or known. It soothes, It strengthens. It Cures, where other porous plasters and all liniments fall. Each genuine BENSON'S Capelne Plaster has the word Capelne cut throug...

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 June 1878

WINNSBORO, S. 0. TUESDAY, JUNE 95, : : z1sa. X. LEA.YS DAVIS, &DItOR. JNO B. EYNOLDS, ASSOOIuTE RDITOS. THE COLUMmOA Register calmly dissects Swails, the canary-colored carpet- bagger of Williamsburg, who is putting on airs and prepar ing to fight the Democracy. Will Attorney General Youmans or some other gentleman kindly look after Swails and see that he is safely ensconced in the penitentiary ere the chilly blasts of November freeze his young blood I THE ADVERTISING columns of the Edgefield Advertiser contain over twenty nominations for the Logis lature and nearly a dozen for coun ty commissioners. The friends 6f these gentlemen apprecinto the value of printer's ink. That county sends also a strong delegation to the State Convention, the delegates being Speaker Sheppard, Senator Gary, U. S. Senator Butler, Con gressman (by right) Tilhnan, Solicitor Abney and "King" Calli son. The Edgefield people are wide awake. California Communists. California is a strange place. It was sett...

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 June 1878

rOCAL ITEMS. TU1CSDAY, J Uxl: 25, , 1878. New AdvertLsemons. Fruit .Tar.4-J. F. McMaster & Co. The P.atont Self_Acting Cow Milker-Geo. E. King. Like beautiful jewels in brazen settings are handsome features upon a face marred by signs of blood poisoning. The groat purifier of the blood is Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture. * THE CIRcUIT COURT.-The Court of General Sessions for Fairfield county met on Monday morning, his Honor A. J. Shaw presiding. After a brief charge from the Judge, the grand jury retired for the consid eration of bills handed to them by the solicitor. Ti'e case of the State vs. Allen Robertson and Andy Robertson, the two negroes charged with the burn ing of Mr, Thomas W. Rabb's gin house ir. January last, was next taken up. After hearing the evi dence, argument and judge's charge, the jury rendered a verdict of "Guilty." Tho prisoners were ac cordingly roman led for sentence. AROUND TOwN.-A Fourth of July barbecue is talked .f. Friday was the longest day in the year. W...

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 June 1878

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Trt-Weekly One Year. - - - - $4.0 " "s Six-months. - - - - 2.0 " " Thre., months. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square one insertion $1.00. For each subsequent insertion 604. Obitua ries and Tributes of Respect charged for as advertisements. Liberal discount made or contract advertisements. -o - JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tickets, &e. neatly executed at this office,-CHEAP FOR CASH. BRxC-A-BRAC. Buzz sauce--Honey. A fat office-The soap boiler's. The retired list-People abed. A false scent-A counterfeit penny. The early angler catches the worm-and a cold. Wigs, in the language of flowers, are lie-locks. Scales that will weigh a grain of dust are used in tue Philadelphia Mint. The coal production of China is reckoned at three million tons annually. Twenty-nine ferries connect New York city with Long Island and New Jersey. It is said the ladies of the upper class in some parts of South A...

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. — 27 June 1878

* ? AJw WLZ'a P U~A4 , Alk>1 .L _ _i S 2.". i _1 _A. td .) I._._. ,tN t4 ; 1 . 1 Columbia 'Businoss C ras. T ADQli.\ 'li'I' orhnInt ;) .a u ir \ i Jhi rdw r i) t 'I l th . i.ia tl u >e foundt at t11h" 1'Ihi r."li:th,!- hocl -" tt; -i.(Gi' A10i.\ ~]~T~1 'S, 1':rt rati:s, I'hiotog;ra!ph::. r . - 1 .) t ,n t . t. All d I) 1. ' .; c"npitt,t. .irl (s:tl)"ry li id n .121. \.\ iin Sit tit, ('tt:l thIia, l.'( \'i:;ilit r.; arc co.rdlially inlvio-l to call:;:)ll ex;c:.iI:. ('U . I I A ' I EI : " 1 , ! . r l y? of (':tin . -L i. . lth:l v. \' , It ,(In tt ;on , , iln ~1, lt. . at lar11"' t":, u:' I)ry (h...o I - ro N111 o., it"0; lillols shoes."ti 'lTninllt; and- \'.tlis;s. iiati.; t'at'tl,t;lI t % tl i i fain\u.ihted. flll tilt'(I Iit i!t I:t t> \ I " Ii 1 "" ; ~ :d -'.' i G S .l.,.iYii;d (0l.1 p,ll tnrl"s c"It i" l ,1:itl ,1 .t1la1: .d I o } .n t irt. W. .A. Im '-.l i , 1 ';Pr lpritt -. l :!"I:t'i{; i I ' i 111t,t aIt N" tt li& |).\\'J:, Pci ntr nii . 1 " :t de ler., inl ,ttl -...

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. — 27 June 1878

Wi tfU m-H mu ratd. WINNSI3ORO, S. C. ?'UURAIDA,Y JUY$ 97, : : 1$78. A. MA4N. DAVIS, EDITon. JXQ N. 1YYOLLDB, AssuclATE EDIToU. TsE LIBERIAN ship, Azor has reached Monrovia safely. No further suffering or death is re ported. We shall await with- inter est the receipt of Mr. Williams' letter. He is a graphic writer and will have an abundance of material to draw from. Tus NEW YORK Jierald roDorts among the arrivals at Paris that of Messrs. W. A.. Clark and John '1'. Sloan, members of the Ciohrmbia bar, who are- doing the Exposition. They are registered at . the Hotel Dominici. We shall be pleased to meet Mr. Jean S. Le'Aune on his return and hear how they do things in Paree. WE MAY BE permitted to express a hope that the good people of Chester will send Mr. J. J. Hemp hill back to the Legislature. He is a gentleman of ability, integrity and vim, and will do the county credit. He made a mark for him self last year. The only objection is that he is a bachelor, and Gov.. ernor Hampton sa...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 27 June 1878

F4OCAvL I EIS. TH7fURISDA]', JU7NE :l, :M - 3. Now Advertisements. Enights of Ionor-E. S. Chand lor, Reporter. "L'homno (li rit."-Tlio man who laughs is a happy man, and no man can be happy with his blood loaded with impurities. The remedy whicl. all can depend upon for every vitiated condition of the blood is Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture. Anouxi) 'TowN.-- Street-spi inklei s are neoled badly. One week from to-day, and the "Glorious Fourth" will be upon us. The case of William and Walter B..yle, for murder, will be tried The crowd in attendance upon c.urt has lmlo the town look some what livelier. Is it possible that court week is to pass away, t1. we are nat to have a shower of rain .? If you are a candidate, let us have your name, and we will p1 c_ you before the public-for the small sum of five dollars. The Histrionic Club have decided to have their entertainment on the night of the 3rd of July, instead of the 4th, as heretofore stated. Th'Ie ladies are busily engaged making preparat...

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