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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 11 July 1878

TR]-\W.1ERLY EDJt.ION. TERMS OF SUNSC1RPT10N. Tvi-Weekly Ono Yot. - - - 4.0 ' Six-imonths. - -- - - 2.0 " Thre4 months. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVETISlNU. One square on0 insertion $1.00. For each subsequent insertion 50 . Obittu; rios and Tributes of "tespect einrni"d for a alvortisement-4. Liberal discount male or contract advartisoltulent. ---- ---- .J013 WORK. Bill IIeads, Letter hIeads, lnvelop'.s Posters, Cards, Invitations, Ticke's, &c. nsatly executed at this offie,- (J1lEAi' OR 'CASU. AN l:XTIYCT RtACE, The Private Soldier in the War of tho Rebellion. [ Fi'el, the 13,arlimllon 1I/iy:keye.] At the decoration of the graves of the Union soldiors in the National Cemetery at Gettysburg, Gen. B. P. Butler delivered an address on "'The P1rivato Soldier in the WNar of the Rebellion." It was ia touth0ing theie. 'Tlhoro is a1lways a wonder-. ful pathos in it speech or play or story founded on a life that had ceased to oxi.t. This is the charm of "Uncle Tom's Cibin :" this is the power...

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. — 13 July 1878

TRI-WEEKLY EDIION.} WINNSBORO, S. C.. SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1878. (VOL. 2. NO. NEW ADVE .I7'i E ENT1'. Agents ! Read This I We'o will p9 Ag3nts it wthry of $1i) pir month and expenses to sell our New and Wonderful I Inventions A'%Jro3s3 SiltIMAN f CO., Dlar- | shall, Michigan PI A ND B}andiPll pc'" R G A N $1000 only $125. Superb Grand Square Planni, rico $1,100 only $235. Elegant, ipright Pianos, aice $835 only $155. New style upright Pianos 112.50, Orgafis $15. Organs 12 stops Si l."o. Church Organs 1" stola price $300 only $115. Elegant $315 Mirror Top O'gans, only 105. 11uyers, come and see man" at one : If I am not as represented. it it. rare pai'l both ways and Piano or Organ given Iroa. Lirgi Illustrated Newspaper with much information about, cost, of Pianos and Organs so- t free. Please ad dress DANIEL, F BEATTY, Washington, N. J. FOR A CASE OF CA.TAIERH That SAN)FORD's RADICAL CLTIUC for Catarrh will itot instant.ly relieve andf Apee-1iy cure. Reference. ilenry WelUs, Esq , Wo...

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. — 13 July 1878

WLJ.NBORO, S. C. A2TV0$Ar, JULY 13, : : 1878. R. MZANS DAVIS, DtOR. JNO B. BZYNOLDS, AssooIATB EDITOR. SoME ONE PROPOSES to make Hampton governor for life on a salary of ten thousand dollars. CIRLESTO. u bJrr. .v i I money and will pay its July intorest, amounting to a hundred thousand dollars. H. V. REDFIELD, t'Jo newspaper philosopher, decides from the mortuary statistics of cities that the colored population is decreas . ing in the South. THE STALWART Republicans are making every effort to create a sentiment in favor of Grant in 1880. They want a few more years of good stealing. WILLIAM SPRINos, a revenue official, has been sent to the poni tentiary for three years, for steal ing a watch from a negro during one of the recon t pretended raids. Justice is overtaking these cattle at last. TEcUMsE SHEnM.1N ewears like a trooper over the retrenchment inaugurated in the army. He .' been half choked with bile ever since*the Democrats exposed the crookedness of his brother John. THE COMM...

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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. — 13 July 1878

rOCAL ITE Ms. hAi U*DAi. JULt I3; 1 i .878: Es1.uus Notices. Associatd Reformied Chdreh Rev. J. M. Todd, 11 A. M., and 8 P.M. Methodist Cliurch-ev. W. A. Rogers, 11 A. M., and 8 1,. M. Sun day School at 10 o'clock. Prayer Meeting, Tliursday at 8 r. M. Episcop"tl Church--Rev. J. Obear, services every Sun lay eo,pt the 2nd Sunday of the iriduth; at 11 o'clock A. M. 13resbyterian Church-Rev. H. B. Pratt, 11 A. M., and 8 P. M. Sun day School 4 P. M. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 8 P. M. New Advdrtisements. Notice-James A. Brice, Intend ant. For the Legislature-S. R. John y1 ston, President. For School Commissioner--S. R. Johnston, President. Attention I Gordon Light Infn~ try-R. M. Huey, Secretary, No one can long abuse health Without suftoring generally with blood diseases. Keep the blood pure by using Dr. Bull's Blood Mixtui'e. The not proceels of the recent entertainment given on the Fourth of July for the Monumental Asso ciation were $88.70-$63.65 from the dinner, the balance from the e...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 13 July 1878

TRI-WEERLY .EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 1i.Weokly dne- Year. -- - -- - s4.0 " Six-months. - - -- - 2.0 Thro mnonths. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square one insertion $1.00. For each subsoquent insertion 50'. Obitni pLes and Tribttes of Respect ehargdl for a advertisements. Liberal discount m ade or oontraot a,lvertisoneuts. JOB WORK. Bill Ueads, Letter Heads, Euvelop's Posterg,'Cards, Invitations, Tiolcets, &c. eatly exeontod at this oilice, --CIEAP OR CASH. A cd:.UrOSE NS JOICE.. "Put Me in My Little Bed" --fow Popu lar Songs are Written. Dex}er Smith.lbad writton a nun bor of clever verses whieh he carried to his publisher. That gentleman, after glancing them over, handed them back, with the following doubt ful criticism : "Those are very good, M. }mith--too good, in fac;. Yes they are too good for me. Use them in the Atlantic, or sOLme Huc. place. What I want just now is something after this pattern :" And he read to the astonished writer soinb selections from sev...

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. — 16 July 1878

TR -WEEKL Y ED LITION. V WLNNS11lRO, S C. T U1ES DA Y. JUL,Y G,1878. {VOL. 2. NO. 70 Agents ! Read This I We will pay Agonts a salary of $101 por month and expenses to sell our New andt Wonderful Invontions. A'idreds SiHEItMAN & CO., Mar shall, Michigan P A N0 eut C'ueet OR G AN P11.N0(;ran'l Pl t!n,. prleo~ iJU~ $1600 only $425. Sup'rb rG ranld Square I'lanoas price S1.100 only $255. Iegtnt ilp:' lht I tins, ri1$810 only $155. New style tip' iglt, Pian\os 1-150, Organa. $:5. Organs 120sop $75.0.i Church Organs14 1 stops prieo $59n only $Ii. Elegant $375 Mirror Top O'gans, onily 1. Buyera, come and see m'.a at h'nns : if I :on not as representell It. It fare paist both wa:s .imt Piano or Organ givrn tree. L !'g Ililt a.ra,e'd Newspaper with inch infor"ition a'v)ut co4t. of Pianos antl Organn sr" t free. Please ad dress DANIEI, F. BICA'T1TY, Vashlicngtn, N.J. FOR A CASE OF CATARIH $5O That SANDFORD'S RADICAL CURE for Catarrh will not instantly relieve antd speedily cure. Rleferen...

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. — 16 July 1878

WINNSBBORO. S. C. 7URSDAtY, JULY 16, :I::IS1. X. MEAXS DA Vi., E'IT0on. JNO 8. REYNOLDS, ASsocIAT8 EDITOR. The Schools. In no department havo the bloss3 inge of D -mocratio rule been more marked during the past year than in the public schools. For the first time sinco the in:Iugnration of the system it lai ie,g:a to ho a bonetit insto.d of a builrtea to the people, and under the h.tand.i of tht, otlicials who have thu1 f.rr wi un>;;t. such an iwproveiiut it will c in tinne to grow in popular favor. In Fairfiold especially, the schools have done well, the chief drawback i being the want of muouey. It is hoped that before long Fairfield will be a banner county. The practico of exuuining teach ers, while it has boun distasteful to 0o13, has boon of gru.tt advant.tgo in offacting an improveont in the to tehors thu-i,vJs. '.h) pracoice will be c;altin I pnl in.: tLiv, anid entionued tl'.r)s will h. m1e, year. after yo:ar, to raise the standard. Arely tlo Stato l3iard has taken a stop ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 16 July 1878

r4oCAL ITEMS. .UES1.Y, JULY 10, 1878. New Advertisements. Cape Fear Military Academy Maj. B. J. Burgess, Principal. The Chronicle and Constitution. alist--Walsh and Wright. Mr. Patrick Hastings is recover ing from the wound received recently. The remains of Mr Schultze were cared for and interred in the Method ist churchyard at Ridgeway. The unfortuuate man left a wife and children, who are on Dr. Tar nipseed's place near Columbia. Opium is the most dangerous drug, especially w.on given to children in the shal.' of a soothing remedy. Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup is warranted not to contain opium in any form, and is the most innocent and efficacious remedy for children teething. Price 25 cents a bottle. * Mr. E. W. Ollever surrendered himself to the authorities on Mon day, and was taken by Sheriff Ruff to Chester, on a writ of habeas cor pus, on application to Jud.,o Mackey for bail. Judge Mackey granted the discharge, fixing the bail at one thousand dollars. There will be an eclipse of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 16 July 1878

T.\1J h 1Y J1'1 OJ. 'TE1RMl\s OF ti;:sCltI"ION. Tri-Wcekly Ono Y(nr. - 4.0 t3ix-lntuutih. -- .- - 2.0 S " 'Ttro a uo-utl. - - -- 1.0 RATES OF AL)VEltT181ING. One nqltaro ona inrrrtioni $1.00. Fo+tr nue h Htb411( ,ttet ii~rtion 5th". ili n ria atndL 'Tribl) t') O) It-i t !imt. ( lii '-+I tior U a) 1vor4ti4.4non4t,s. I liberal iiscountii&. mzades or conutrut. a Ivertiaumet(. ----- -- JOI3 WORIK. Bi111 iea.lf, Lott'r IIOn(d4, IFvrlo'1pu r Pontors, (ird, invitations, iek A . neatly o'c e ol lt thin oflie., (i11.A1I' r0l,l, QAWI. EA'rlN0 '1'111R W 1':1(1U IN .l. i. boad. in the California nn(1 Ctonuh dIt.1 Virginit lnin'n is lat 1)It ent lio inu,onno an1+I thu 'l4)-n t n<i f'or ice Ho g'oint, that thu) Con)m*illption of 10 IIc 1111oun t .o nlinlt,v--l4ix liotn<ds por Ilay por ln-ttl. 'Iho boat, is ill grc-nt alrl. Clntr.e1 by tllO he ,i i1 ablo obut,t'uation of .ho dI'ai-t in t.ho C0onsolidLtot Virginin sh:tfl. b)Y tihl plttfortiu On whIli('I1 Ilht hl lont Stnlt wiilo l)I''gt.(...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 18 July 1878

TRI-WEEKILY ELDITION.1 WINNSBORO. S. C., THU RSDA Y. JULY 18.18787 VXT OT' NEW ADVE 'ISEMENTS. Agents ! Read This I We will pay Agents a stlary of $109 p,r 1'1t11 and expenses to sell our New and Wonderful Inventions. Adttress SIIEItMAN & CO., Mar shall, Michigan. ?itNO 11 f o RG N 1 rni Pino p Icel 1600 Only $125. Suporb Orand Sluare PIlanos, price $1.100 only $35m. iieg:Int. upright Pilanos, price $830 only $153. New style upright I'annos $11t.50, Organ s $35. Org ins 12 stops $12 %0. Church Organs 1-1 sto's price $391) only S115. Elegant $3T Mirror Top O'gans, only 108. Buyers. cone and see niI at home : It I am not as ropre5en reti. It It. fare pal1 itlh wars and Plano or Organ given troo. I, trg Il"i strated Nowspaper with n'inh informntion ab)ut cost of Plal niantl'i Organs Rn t free. Please ad dress )ANIE(, F BE ATTY. Washington, N J. FOR A CASE OF CATARRE $50 That. SANDI?ORD'S RADICAL OURIt for Catarr'h will not instantly relieve sarl pen'illy cure. Itoference. Ihenry 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. — 18 July 1878

1I ~ E g tain d Xetl.. WINNSORO, S. 0. 5' T Z UA, .rt?L, IB, : , . r188. M. MsINs A VYIs," SomTO, } ra a.BMzrozD,, Aseoo:ATS SITOR. IT is a7spas that an effort will be made in Delaware to defeat Sena tor Bayard's re-election to the Son ate in 1881. This is the sheerest folly. Bayard is by far the biggest part of Delaware, and Delaware is known to the world only through Bayard. Without hinu sho 'would sink to the insignificance enjoyed by Ithode Island.. Phonetic Spelling, An exchange says : Professor Knowlton, of San Fran. cisco spells potato "Ghoughph theightteeau," according to the following rule : "Qh stands for p, as you'll find from the last letters in hiccough. Ough stands for o, as in dough. Phth stands for t, as in phthisis. Eigh stands for a, as in neighbor. Tte stand for t, as in gazette, and ean stands for o, as in bean." Now since gh stands for p and also for f, as in cough, and for k, as houg h, while kn stands for n, asi in know, and nay spells e, ts in quay, and ce is...

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 July 1878

CAL ITEMS. .UI:sndr. JULY 1,, : |jyg, flew Advr tisements, For Sherif. For Sheriff-Many Votcrs-. Saletn church. nighb-thood has been visted with refres4ing rain. A revival is ird progress among the members of the colored Daptist church in town. A ealdred military company was orgafi+ud a few nights ago with upwards of sixty members. Judging froni the e"travagant estimates placed by otitsiders as to the ozohtmeits accrtiing from the. cotinty offices, it may be predicted that the defeated Candidates will hot be the onlydpartiet disappointed. Whatever tends to keep the blood ptire sttrety tend3 to prolong life. Dr. Bull's Blood Dtixture by its specific action upon the blood keeps it always in a condition of purity, Tit OBOAN WAR.-A 100 LB. SOLID 8noT.-If any man insults your eommon adnse by offering a first (lass 9 stop Organ for $65, "shoot him on the spot." All necessity for buying stich inferior Organs is forever done away with. $100, Cash, or $110 on Easy Terms, now buys u magnificd...

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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. — 18 July 1878

Counued from first page stupid a falsehood as the above and send it to to of all people. YOUR IMBECILITY. Who doubts the exist once of the lop mania ? And, so long as it does oxist, of course many tools will be made to fit it; but even here your mendacity must c reep in. You suppress the reaping hook, the plane, the saw, the gauge, the knife, the hatohet,.the scissors, the pen, -the sword. Correct your ignorance, my good air, and au your ignorance declines your self sufficiency will abate, and you will not be so ready to hurl them both at your intellectual superiors on matters where they are men and you are a child. CHARLEs REA1E. JltIC-A-.1.!tA C. It is hinted that Jesse Grant will soon write a book entitled "My Awful Dad."-.Boston Globe. Grant has lost thirty pounds of fleslh during his foreign tour, and Mrs. Grant is now six pounds the heavier. Bryant never said "being built." He always gave the house the credit of the job thus "The house is building." It is bad enough to have do...

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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. — 20 July 1878

_______t__ nub PetaLb. TRl-WEEKLY EDITION.} l INNSBORO, s. C-., S T UR D A V JrV 197M v1CrT NEW ADVERTIS1:1ENTS. Agents ! Read This I We will pay Ag-its a salary of $10. pvr In )nth and expenses to sell our New and Wonderful Inventions. Arldroas 8ILItMAN & CO., Mar shall, Michigan. PI A N B neans re r R G A N $1000 Only 25. Superb Orand Square Planos, price $1,100 only $255. Elegant pri ght Pinos, price$830 only $155. New style upright Pianos $112.50, Organs $85. Organs 12 stops $72.'0. Church Organl3 16 stors price $.390 only $115. Elegant $375 Mirror Top Oigans, only 105. Buyers, come and see m at, lone : it I atn nrt as represented. It. It. fare pail both ways and Piano or Organ given free. Lirgo Illustrated Newspaper with much information abaut cost of Pianos and Organs se't free. Please ad dress DANIEl. F. 13EATTY, Washington, N. J. FOR A CASE OF CATAR RH $50 That SANDFORD'S RADICAL CUIIIl for Catarrh will not instantly relieve and speedily cure. Reference. Henry Wells, Esq...

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 July 1878

WINNSBORO; S 0. SATUBDAT, JULY 20, : 1878. i. ArXAxS DAVIS, BDrnon. +J,o I. s1YWOLDa. sSOUTATS nDITO. A so? ZN WEEELINO, West Virginia, was killed one day last week by the explosion of a barrel of whiskey. This is a needless waste of good material. A pound or two of gun. powder would have accomplished the same result, and the whiskey might have beeu reserved for larger game. The Lively Radical Corpse. The exhibition that Smalls is making of himself in Beaufort is unseemly alike to himself and the authorities of the State. Smalls is a convicted thief, and is only out of the penitentiary by virtue of an appeal to the Supreme Court of the State. The evidence of his guilt was overwhelming, yet, after the trial, he was continuously in a seat in Congress that already belonged to Mr. Tilnan. and not. withstanding that he was in a seat to which he had not been legally elected, and was moreover under a sentence he would kick him out even if he had been rightfully in, he votel on all impor ta...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 20 July 1878

IB4TtUDA1, JULY A0, : 1878 Reltous Notlceu. Associate Reformec. Church Ilev. J. M. Todd, 11 A. nt., and 8 P.M. Methodist Church-Rev. W. A. Rogers, 11 A. M., and 8 r, M. Sun day School at 10 o'clock. Prayer Meeting, Thursday at 8 P. At. Episcopal Church-"-Rev. J. Oboar, services every Sunday OXpt the 2nd Sunday of the month; at 11 o'clock A. U. Presbyterian Chnroh-.-Rev. H. B. Pratt, 11, A. lu. The administration of the Lord's supper at the close of morning service. Special services for the ,Sabbatlh school children, teachers and parents at 5j o'olock, P. M. New Advertisements. Charlotte Institute-Rev. W. R Atkinson. American Sewing Machine-J. S. Dovey. The financial board of the Char lotte, Columbia and Augusta Rail road met in Columbia on Friday. We have hoard nothing definite concerning the sale of tie road. Medical men often I p.zle them selves over the large sale that Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup cnjoys. Its great popularity is due only to the excellent qualities possessed by this hous...

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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. — 20 July 1878

TEN BROVK ANDr MOLLIE Q&Q$INI BCENEB IN 2' GZEAT FOUR MILE RACE gow Old Harpr was Reeelved-."From 1;ned to end".--Oauses of Molie's Defeat. After the conclusion of the great race on the Fourth of July, in which Ten Broeck distanced the California mare by superior bottom, the greatest excitement prevailed. The gates were broken open and hundreds dashed over the fence. Nothing could stop the people ; they laughed at the police. Old man Harper was in the weighing room. He heard the tumult and came out, grasping the writer's hand as he did so, and crying, "I run my horses from eend to eend." The crowd saw and heard.. It pressed forward-Harper again cried out as before. Wild hurrahs for Ten Broeck, wild shouts for Harper, and calls for Walker fol lowed. "I'll never run my horse again ; he satisfies me and he ought to satisfy all," piped Ten Broeck's owner. He was hemmed in by hundreds. Suddenly two big follows, without varning, had the old man on their Bhoulders, and, pressed on by t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 23 July 1878

Il-WEEKLY E1)1'.1'LUN.} 1YLNNS1BORO, S. C.. 1'TUESDAY. .JULY 23.1878. 4VOI~ ()T7 'NEW ADVEllTISEMEN. Agents ! Read This I We will p'y Ag3nts a :tlarv of $It0 p"r n'ntl and expenSes to sell our New and Wonderful Inventions. Ailr0. SIIIIIMMAN & CO., Mar shall, Michigan P1 A ND oftn iltt Cn ort R Gl A N $16n0 otnly $425. Supi)erb (Jralnd Squiare Pianou, price $1,100 only $35. Eteg.it upril'ht. l'I:tno, price$8.)O only $155. New stvle uprilshi, Planos $113:51. Org'ins $35. Org ins 12 slop.i $72'o. Church Organs 1i storr price $391) only $115. Elegant $375 Mirror 'op O'ganls, only 105. Buyers. con3 anui see in at, hno : if 1 nsn not as represented. It. it. fare patl h9th ways and P110;-' or Organ given free. 1, trg a -it trated Nos,-,,per with much informnttlon ab mit. cot, of Plan.i; nl Orgn's se t free. Please ad dress D tNIy,. F ICA'ITY, Washington, N. J. FOR A CASE OF CA'AR:a $50 That SANDFORD'S RADICAL CURliE for Cttarrh vill not instantly relieve and speedily cure. Itef'"enee. ...

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. — 23 July 1878

WINNSBORO, S. C. WVZADAY, JVLY Y8, : : : 1878. A. XrArHr DAYIA, BD!TOR. JYO X. BZrYOLDB. ASSOCIATR EDITOIt. PO,ITIOS AT RIDGE WAY. General Kennedy Delivers an Address on the Duties of the flour--A Speech from Captain Gaulard. Some weeks ago a resolution was adopted by the Ridgeway Demon cratic Club, requesting Gen. J. D. Kennedy, the Chairman of the State Executive Committee, to in struct them on the duties of the hour. General Kennedy accepted the invitation, and the time was fixed for the 20th instant. Invita tions had been extended to other clubs, but on Friday evening copious rains fell, and many farmers were kept at home in order to take ad vantage of the season offered them. Still, a fair crowd assembled, and the club proceeded to the stand by the old school-house spring, the place where politioal gatherings are always held. There was a small sprinkling of ladies on the grounJ. The audience hiving assembled, Presidant Charles E. Thom is rose, and in a few graceful remarks intr...

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. — 23 July 1878

T,OCAL ITEMS. TU DAY. JULY 23, : 1878. New AdvertAsemen:. } For S.dle- Tohn W. Lyles. Ftor Sheriff--1iny F''tionds. Citatitin---O . Thompson. That was a rousing speech deliv ered by General Kennedy at Ridge' way. R'freshing rains fell in niny portions of the county on S-lturdy. Seeral Seotions are still suffering from drought, Mr. F. P. Board, of the Kershaw Gazette, was at Ridlgeway on Sat urday. He is one of t.he most en terprising journalists in the State. Keep the blood pure and the health of the system will follow. Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture will ac complish this in a short period. Divine services were held eve y evening lass week in the Mithodi st church at Ridgeway. The Rev. Mr. Rogers assisted Mr. Watson during a portion of the time. DEAi' or M19s GLAINEY.-Miss Jemima Gladney died in this coun ty on Saturday night. She had been in feeble health for some time. Her death is regretted by many friends. The pulpits of Aimnwell and Ho rob Presbyterian churches are being very accepta...

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