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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 27 June 1878

i e jetu~ anft er 1 t TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Wookly One Year. - - - - $4.0 " " Six-mnonths. - - - - 2.0 ""Three mionths. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square one insertion $1.00. For each subsequent insertion 504. Obitua ries and Tributes of Respect charged for e advertisemonts. Liberal'dixcount madu or oontract advertisements. -0 JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter hleads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tichek s, &c. neatly executed at this oflice,--CHEAI' WOR CASH. BRIC-A-ISRAC. The Houston Telegram savs there is a paper at Brownsville, Texas, printed one half in Spanish and the other in Josh Billings. A married man in Newburg has invented an India rubber rolling pin that will roll out the dough ' very evenly, and yet bend to the head when it stiikes. Next to the individual who doesn't know anything at all, we would put the young inin who goes to a cons cort and thinks he is in a peanut shop.--Dlramatic Nevs. A luxurious New Haven widow, who has ...

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 June 1878

'1''L-WEEKLy Y.ISBO , S. C.. SAT RI)iy, JUNE 29, 1878. (VOL. 2. NO, 64 N ElW ADVJEILSl EN''S. REVOLVER L', ( . evetij 30X Cartrid es. Addre-ss J. 3BROWN & SON, 186 and 188, Wood St., Pittsburg, Pennsylvanta. toit C- rlgtte! an Cirenlars withlnewlst.yl es IBE'UCI{D PilICES, andl mildh inrormantlon, sent free. MASON & IIAMLIN Organ CO:t 'ANY, Boston, New York or Chicago. $l75, Planos $17, rocewooel c:ao% i;-ilil ontel'hree .string up right 'lauo $!10. No risk See b^fore buying. 'I'hls offer only whore not intro1tce'd. War. vanterl eight vears. Tralo p')tring in. A'gls wanti(I !Vervwhere. Write for paper, free. T1IOMAS BROS., Catskill, New York. 1ti N'S CAPCIN E. auo a Ckthe best reedyilv or " 1 an)" or painlftll back, or waaknesi of ti - b tck over invente or known, It soothes, it strettgtltns. It 11curs, whore other porous plasters and all liniments fall. Each genuine DENSON'8 Capeino Plaster has thn word Capcino cut through the plaster. Take no other. P A BuifuN (aert G A 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. — 29 June 1878

W te nJtt~ aad XsrId t WINNSBORO, S. . SA2'UJ.DAY, JU.E E9, 1878. B. ME.ANA DAVIS, EDITOR. JNO S. REYYOLD., AssocIATB EDITOR. Da. W. G. WYLIE, formaly of Chester, was one of the medical witnesses examined the other day in the Vanderbilt will case. THE CHARLESTON Journal of C~om - merce commends Judge Mackey's course on the bench during the regpnt prolonged term of court. No cases have been appealed. SENATOR TIHUIIMAN PILAYEI) a con - spicuous part in the reform Legis lature of Congress last session, and his friends are writing him up for the Presidency. He is a sound man. CONOIIESSMAN IEWITT and Watter son of the Courier-Journal are calling each other all sorts of bad names. Watterson attributes the Electoral Commission to the cow ardice of Hewitt, and has the bad faith in leading Democrats to sup pose that Tilden favored the scheme, when in reality he bitterly opposed it. Hewitt denies the charge, and Watterson proposes an investiga tion. CHARGES OF MALFEASANCE in OfiTee have been ...

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 June 1878

_OCAL ITEMS. HATri'l'11. JUJLE Zo, 1S?8. Re1igious Notices. Associate Reformed Church Rev. J. M. Todd, 11 A. r., and 8 V. M. Methodist Church--Rev. W. A. Rogers, 11 A. i., and 8 P. nr. Sun - day School at 10 o'clock. Prayer Meeting, Thursday at 8 P. r. Episcopal Church-..Rev. J. Obear, services every Sunday except the 2nd Sunday of the month; at 11 o'clock A. Ar. Presbyterian Church-Rev. H. B. Pratt, 11 A. Mr., and 8 P. M. Sun day School 4 P. r. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 8 P. M. The Gordons are drilling con stantly, and make fine progress. The Winiaro Da.noratic Club will meet on Monday night. A full mneeting is desired. Give your neighbor a helping hand by recommending him to keep Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup in his family for all the ills babies are subject to. * iW" The ludies, and as many of the gentleman as can attend, who are named on the committees for the Fourth of July dinner are requested to moet at the parlor of the Winnsboro Hotel on Monday 1 afternoon the 1st of July at five o...

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 June 1878

TRI-WEERILY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Weekly One Year. - - - - $4.0 " " Six-months. - - - - 2.0 Thre2 months. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square one insertion $1.00. For *aoh subsequent insertion 500. Obitua ries and Tributes of Respect charged for s advertisements. Liberal discount made or contrast advertisements. -o - JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tickets, &o. neatly executed at this offlce,-CHEAP VOR CASH. .BRIC-A-BRAC. Louisville, Ky., is one hundred years old. There is no monument over President Tyler's grave. "The spirits of '76"'-Mes ars. Hewitt and Watterson. "Oh, woman, thy name is frailty !" Mrs. Jenki, w'i %t is your name ? The New York hotel keepers are! about to form a protectoral associa tion. The average yearly income of a Frenchman is $80; that of a German only $65. New York Sun : John Sherman does not admire Eliza Pinkston at present so much foi her beauty as for her silence. During Miy the Paris Exh...

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. — 2 July 1878

TRI W KLY EDITION.} WINNSBO1RO, S. C., T UEI)A Y, JUIY 2,1878. {OL. 2. NEW ADVEI'1SE3IENTS. Agents ! Read This 1 We will pay Agents a salary of $100 per month an'l expenses to sell our New and Wonderful Inventions. Addro.s SIltMAN & CO., Mar snall, Michigan. P1 A N 0 Ileati " e R G AN $110 only $425. Superb Grand Square Piano -; price $1,100 only $255. Elegant upright. PIanoi )rice $01 only $155. New at-yle upright Planuos 112.50, Organs $35. Organs 12 stop:1 $i2.'"0. Clurch Organs i; stors price $39n only $115. Elegant, $3;5 Mirror 'l'op Ogans, only 13. IBuvers. coome and see me at home : If I 111 not as reproenen,. It. it. fare pad both ways andt(l Phlano or Organl given free. l 1rge Illuit.ratel Newspaper with much inform:tion about cost of Pianos andl Organs se, t free. Please ad dee.ss DANIEL, F. IINA'TPY, W'ashington, N. J. FOR A CASE OF CAITARREI '1hat SANI)FOltlS RIADICAL CURS, for Catarrh vill not instantly relleve and Spectlilly cure. lItfera'ne. lHenry Wells, Iri., We...

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. — 2 July 1878

ait ~1tu a31l -er aI dh WINNSBORO; . 0. '.RB'D Ar, JuNLY A,. :t 1878... R. MEANS DA VIS, EDITOR. JNO B. REYNOLDS, AssOgUTE EDITOR. TaE SUPREME COURT of Wisconsin has decided that a- person charged with crime cannot waive a trial by jury. It is not enough to let the judge decide the evidence.. The jury must try the case. Ta PROMISE of a speedy revival of the iampton Herald; the offico of which was destroyed at the recent fire in Rock Hill, gives great pleasure to its many friends.. The Berald is a sound paper. The Grand Jury Presextraent. The presentment made by the grand jury at the recent term, of court is an exhaustive document. It treats very fully of the matters Qf interest to the people of the county. A committee of the grand jury visited the public offices. They commend certain officials and report irregn larities in other cases. In regard to the latter, judgment should be suspended, as there will be a judicial investigation at which an opportu nity will be afforded for explau...

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. — 2 July 1878

LOCAL ITEMS. TUI SDAY. JU.Y , : 1878. Now Advertisoments. Notico to Shareholders -T. K. Elliott, Cashier. All those desiring to enjoy that high degree of health which puro blood induces and maintains should use Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture. * The orops throughout the county, with a few exceptions, are said to be better than they have boon in a number of years. If the sasons continue favorable we may expect an abundant yield of both corn and cotton. AROUND TowN.-,Nine colored per sogs were baptized on Sunday. June went out pretty hot, and July comes in ditto. The shout of freedom was loudly given by the school boys on Friday. Fruit of every description is be ginning to come into market, except watermelons. It will soon be time when the voice of the candidate will be heard throughout the land. Remember that the auditor's books will be closed on the 90th of the present month, and all re turns must be made by that time. A gentleman who said he hu d run out of something to eat on Satur day, ...

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. — 2 July 1878

Van~ ang r5end TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. - TERMS OF SUBSORIPTION. Tri-Weekly One Year. - - - - $4.0 4 Six-months. - - - - 2.0 " It Three 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 s advertisements. Liberal discount made or contract advertisements. -0 JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tiokets, &c. eatly executed at this office,-CIIEAP OR CASH. PlcO8l'ECTIJr. If the people can, by combined and earnest effort in the next two elections, aid in rescuing the coun try from the surging waves -of the Radical maelstrom which threaten s to engulf our liberties and civiliza tion beneath the dark waters of a military despotism under Grant, there is much to encourage our efforts for prosperity. We have passed through thirteen years of experiment with the agri cultural freed labor of tho South. Practical men have had the oppor tunity of estimating 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. — 4 July 1878

RI -WEEKLY E)ITION. WINNSBORO. S. C.. TIIURSDAY, JULY 4, 1878. {VOL.2. NO.66 NEW ADVEWITISE1ENT'I'S. Agents I Read This I We will pily A'T Ots it s-thry or $100 p;r m']nt.h andd Cgl"lses to sell our New and Wonderful Inve iti vii. A-aress SIIEItHAN & CO., mar. siaal, Michigan Pi A N "iet l rt a R A $10110 ottivt&25. Superb Grand Square Plano11i, price $1.10 only $255. Elegant, upright, Planos, Wrice$1110 oily $155. Nev style uipright 'lalos $112.50, Organs $33. Organs 12 slops $T2.0. Clurch Organs 1'4 stol's price $390 only $115. Elegant $37 Hirror 'Top O'ganls, only 105. Buyers, come at see mnol at home : it I am not ats represented. it. It. rare pald both ways am. Piano or Organ given tree. large Illustrated Nowspaper with muteh information about cost of I'lanos an1 Organs s- t, free. Please ad dress DANIEL F. IBEATTY, Washington, N. J. FOR A. CASE OF CATARRH h'I'Iat SANDFORtD'S IADICAL. CUlI for Cat anh will not Instantly rclieve and speedily cure. lReference, lienry Well...

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. — 4 July 1878

WrNNSBQRO, S. C. THURSDAY, JULY 4,-. :+ 1878. B. MEANS DAVIS, EDIToL. JNO M. REYNOLDS, AsocIATE EDTOR, BEN HILL says it was not Stephens but himself that organized the Democratic party of Georgia in 1868. Stephens only got aboard when the wagon was at full speed. Will these great men fight a duel? TIE DARLINoTON TcW8 pays the following handsome and just tribute to Major Woodward and Col. D. Wyatt Aiken : We have an Aiken, devoted to the agricultural interests of his State and to immigration. His return to Congress every sensible man in South Carolina d inands, and he should have assistants. Send Major Woodward, of Fairfield, to Congress, and he would not only ably assist Colonel Aiken in repro senting the agricultural interests of the State, but would. soon cause the rivers of the State to abound in fish. Knowing him well, we venture the assertion that situated as we are just now, no man would be more usoful to us in Congress. Will his distr ict have the common sense to send him? 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. — 4 July 1878

ri0CAL ITEMS. THURSDAY. JU.Y 4, : 1 1878. New Advortfsemonts. DAvenport's Proces-y. R. Lupo. Building and Loan Association D. R. Flenniken, Secretary. Meeting of the Fire Company E. S. Chandler. The report of the Mount Zion school was crowded out of our last issue. ' In order that the employee on THE NEWS AND HERALD may enjoy a Fourth of July holiday, there will be no paper issued from this office on Saturday morning. A good nurse is a blessing to every family, and all sensible nurses recommend that innocent but effectual remedy for all pains and ills that befall a baby-Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup. Price 25 cents. DEATH OF M. L. BROWN, ESQ.--Mr. Marcus L. Brown died in this place on Tuesday night, of disease of the heart. He had been confined to his room for some time previous with symptoms of heart disease, but no immediate danger was apprehended. On Wednesday morning, however, he was found dead in his bed, having passed away peacefully in the night. Mr. Brown was born in Laurens county ...

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. — 4 July 1878

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Weekly One Year. - -- - - -$4.0 4 Six-months. - - - - 2.0 4 "1 Thres months. -- - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square one insertion $1.00. For each subsequent insertion 50C. Obitua r is and Tributos of Respect charged for s advertisoments. Liberal discount iade or contract advertisements. -0 JOB WORK. Bill Ieads, Letter Heads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, ''iukes, &c. neatly executed at this office,---C1IEA' I'OR CAShI. Continued from first page again to put, up his pistol, and said '1 have given you no Occasion to draw weapons on me, and I want no fuss.' He then lroppodt his pistol from my face to my breast. I was sitting in tho wagon whittling a stick. I had no weapon, but my driver had a pistol, a Derringer, be longing to me, and which I had given him to carry. I had killed a rabbit with it as we cainO on. When I hade Duckworth ia second time to 1Tt up his weapon, I said, 'Alfred, I want you to understand that 1 want...

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. — 9 July 1878

wl- . 1,41 wil I WEE .LY 1 DITION.} WINNSBORO, S. C., TUESDAY, JULY 9,1878. { VOI,. NEW ADVEITLS!:IENTS. Agents ! Read This I We will p"v Aq,nts a stlary of $100 per month and expenses to sell our New and Won'derful nYventlons. A'ldre.ss SillEIIMAN & CO., Mlg shall, Michigan. P1 N O Ile"11 ORG A N $1000 only $I21. S1perb Grand 84qtu-.ro lclanui, price $1,101 only $15. Elegant ti prigit PIanos, price$801 only $153. New style upright lPianos I11.50, Orgatns $33. Organs 12 stqils $i2.'0. Church Orga4:t lit sto) price $390 only $115. Elegant $315 Ulirrpr 'op O' gans, only 105. Buyers, come an.i see mn it lrmie : it I ant not as representet.d it. it. fare paId1 both ways and Plano or Organ given rce. Large Ilittrated Newspaper with much Informatlon a'))ut cost of Planos and Organs se- t, free. Please ad dress DANIEr. F. BEATi'Y, Vashlington, N. J. FOR A CASE OF CATAIURE 'h'lat. SANp F-t 'S RADItAL T CUtltE for Catarrh hyill not instagtly relieve ad11(1 speedily CUre. Iteferteice, lie...

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. — 9 July 1878

WINNSUORO. S. 0. 1UzSDAI, JULY U, : 18r8. A. MEANS DAY18, EDITOR. JQ v. .E YNOLDS, ASSOCIATE EDITOR. THE SPATANBURO AND ASHEVILLE Rail road has been completed to the summit of the Blue Ridge, nine miles from Hendersonvillo. The indomitable energy displayed by this company in pushing its enterprise in the face of universal dep-ession is worthy of the greatest praise. A Word for Redmond, Mr. McKinlay's report in the .News and Courier of his interviews with the outlaw, Redmond, are of surpassing interest, both from the nature of the subject and the graph ic style of the writer. He has brought Redmond face to face with the public, and has evoked the pro found sympathy of the people of the State in behalf of this modern Robin Hood who has thuu far successfully defied the myrmidons of the revenue service. These infamous creatures are shown in their true colors. There is no reason to doubt that they organize expeditions against alleged inoonshiners for the sole purpose of robbery and outra...

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. — 9 July 1878

.OCAL ITEMS. TVE!,YDAY, JULY 0, 1878. New Advortiseients. Nomination for Sheriff. Citation-O. B. Thompson. Fresh Turnip Seedfj-McMaster & Brice. Bank Report--T. K. Elliott, Cash ior. Town Ordinance--Wm. N. Chand.. ler, Clerk. "May your troubles only be little ones, and may you always have Dr. Bull's B iby Syrup hanly," said an old bachelor to a nowly-married couple. * The dinner given for the benefit of the Confederate Monument was in every way a success. The viands were choice, varied and abundant, and everybody who dined at the Hall seem to enjoy the feast. We understand that a very handsome sum was realized. SALEM DEMOCRATIC CLUB.--A meet ing of Democrats was held at Salem church, on the 29th of June, for the purpose of organizing a club. An organization was effected, and the following officers elected by acclamation :-. President-J. R1. Boyles. Vice Presidents--Thos. Wilkes, Jr., and J. Ml. Owings. Secretary-W. J. Keller. Treasurer-W. T. Pettigrew. The second Saturday in Jul...

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. — 9 July 1878

IN THE CLOUDS. T'HREE HUNDRED FEE V CP A cMUC H BTZ EEPLS. A Panoramic View of New York--As oending the Scaffolding--The Dan g et of a False Step. (Rom the New York World, June 28.] Travelers on the East River boats have noticed for several weeks past a net- work surrounding the great steeple of the Church of the Re deetner, on East Third street, which rises high above the tenement roofs of the most densely populated see tioa on .the earth's surface. The spire can be seen with a glass from Hempstead plains, twenty miles away on the barrens of Long Island, and its golden cross is visible from the hills back of Jersey City. It rises 300 feet above the curb, and since its erection, twenty,seveu years ago, it has stood firm and stable, enduring many storms and requiring but few repairs. The scaffolding about the spire is for the use of the workmen, who are now giving the church a thorough overhauling, inside and out, under the direction of Mr. Schickel, archi tect. Inside, the church is...

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. — 11 July 1878

4T 1U -I' 1 4IED1rVll'LoNj WI.NNSBOIW, S. C.. T1H11JI 1)AY, J-U'LY 11, 1878, [VOL. . N. NEW ADVEiR1EI',LfENT1s. | Agents I Read This ! We will pay At1 ts a s:li"tY or 0I') p m" nilth and expenses to stll our New and Wotdierful Invent.ltnus A"l Iruas 81Et.LAN & CO., Mar shall, MIchigan P 1 N A N nleulllCn llolll l1 " %"1 R G AN $1111-' Only $125. Superb) (ranllti s'ptal'o l'lanloi, price $1,100 only $2s. legtit upIic itt. Plianos, P]rie$90 only $155. N%v ;t.yl upritght, tI'io:. $11".50, Orgati $33. Organis 12 stops $72.11). Church OI;uans Ii stors prlile $:0 only S15. Elegunt $375 Mirror Top Ogau.s, only II5. lluyers, colie am. soc me at, h'oni : If I atn not as represente re. It. ifan paihl lh1t hways a lilt 'Iiano or Organ given rrio. 1rtg.'r Jinuit,rateI Newspitpcr with mf'lch inform:in lon t''au, rnl, of 1'Ianos anld 11'i 'i sr 1, oree. l'Iease ad. dIre.s DA NiI'. ., 1-. l'i 'l''Y. W ishi'lgtnn, N ,J. FVlL A. A OF' C5 'ARI ifL $5 'hait SANI)1"H l)'i t 1)IC.I. ('1'tE ia.'G(in ...

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 July 1878

WINNSIBORO, K. 0. THURSDAY, JULY 1 , 1878. R. MEANS DAVIS, EDITOR. JXO 8. REYNOLDS. AssOCOATII EDITOR. GoVENOR MILLER, of Arkansas, has been rengminated by the Da mo crats. ALEX. STEPHENS will receive the Democratic nomination for Con gress. Four counties have already pronounced for him. BEN BUTLER has formally joined the Greenback party. He has designs on the gubernatorial chair of Massachusetts. THE EDITOR of the Concord (N. C.,) Sun says he entered the cars re, cently, and seeing an overcoat in the only vacant seat, he took hold of it to throw it across the aisle, when it began kicking and swear ing, while a voice came from its re ceases, saying, "li'm Alex Stephens." The Sun dusted. PROSPERITY, POLITICAL and mate rial, can be achieved only by hearty co-operation. Potty jealousies and prejudices will only kill out the Democratic party and renund the State to Radicalism. No one tha t has tasted the sweets of freedom is ready to relinquish them quite yet. WE BEG LEAVE TO DEMUR most...

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 July 1878

S OCAL IEs. TIURSDA.Y JULY II, : 1: Now Advortisernont:. For 91or1ift'-Lmny Friends. Kiights of Ionor-E. S. ('iaud lor, Reporter. Masonic Meting-G. B. McCants, Secretary. For School Commissionor-Many Democrats. Rain is needed badly in the country. The Ridgeway Domocrats are to have a big neeting on the 20th, and the Watereo Club will turn out on the 27th. It is reported that the Radicals in certain portions of the county are beginniug to bestir themselves. It is well to be on the watch. All of them have used Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture. Who? Those who heretofore sufl'ered with Boils and Pimples, but who are now free from such annovances. * TuHs SuRvtvons' ME,rINo -A quar terly meeting of the Survivors' Association of the Fairfield mem bers of the Sixth Regient will be hel this morning in tho Town Hall at elevo ] o 'clock. A full attendance is expected. DAvENPoRT's PiREsErviXO FLUID. In another column will be found the advertisement of Mr. J. R. Lupo, the agent for the sale of Davenport...

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