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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 23 July 1878

'lZI-WEER LY EDITION. TERMS - OF SUBSCRIPTION. .W.eiel diie 'ar. - - - - 04. i se S1i-months. - - - - S. * , ,.- Plirej aonth. - - - 1.( RATES OF. ADVERTISING. One square dne-insertion $1.00. Fot each subseq.tteit insertion 6104... 4itua vie aa l Tributsos of Respect, oh$t41 fot s 1.vortisoinents, ' Liberal discount madt or oQtract advertisements. .-...o JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envolopos Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tioke!s, &c. eaetly eJtouted at this ofBce,---CHEA1 CAMPAIGN RATES --FO1 THE NEWS AND HERALD. N the campaign th at is now opening THE N*s AND HAALD proposes to kee1 its readers fully iosted as to events o earring in National, State and County politics. It has heretofore .- .labored earn estly in the cause of good government. and Itsefforts in future will be redoubled. In order to accomplish the greatest good, it desired to reach every citizen of Fairfeal County. To attain this end the follow" ing special rates are offered for the cam paign: Tri-weekly, to...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 25 July 1878

TRI-AVI]EXI I' TION. 3VrINNSB1OR,) S. C.. TItl1)AY JULY 2. 1878. VOTI NEW ADV ER 'I'lSEMTis1l,3-. Agents ! R d This ! W vil' 1n ys A-" ' ' a l I+-t 0'. ,14) ..1 !l.' nnil ov ;i t:!' <t) s"11 otw* N -w :1in1- 'w4n 1eCr4tl I'lv'n I I'li A I " *o 8i 1 -Mt:AN & Co., .Mar hai, .tlIl:Ilg, a p.10 4 (lIl H V.l'i Newer 'It\ -p. re1 ru~ ( 1 1 - ' " 4444 I i /'r l1- p '. I 1 1 ., 01 SII'4:444 4" -1 S I I - l ) '-. : I I .,-- .I4' 1 1 :1 : t,' ''" i 4 114 . i - t . I 1 -11 :" 11rlve .' i /+' lt ' jt 4 : tI I h;' I ! il it!) . "1: 441 I I' , ' 'i" - I' I ii . r' - " 1 t il ol 'iar i n O1' ' tll - f31. I) . II r:!- ,':1 $;"(w'anI Nt'-.v"l1110 W t h 'nI '4 t 't ; ll" Ir- , : !U 4l t l. i .: 1 l,;a1 P t-1.ni i 1II.,.0t' Til () e ' 1 its. e a01 io.;:'e i ""\. , "''.; 4l p.y ry I m a! ,.g... , 44 i..C4 t) t. 14 . iI 144 *I': ( !a I' t ,11 J t I ' " il 'I FO I A (J. OF CA TARI.*L rl tt.:. -'ri 4 w1 ll -111 . 11;it:tIIIi' I.1i'vo alTI Spi'" Ill' ctre. IIttM'eren . llitry ellrra. N. Y.: \\'n1 v )...

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 July 1878

WINNSUORO. S. URBDAr, JULY 25 r t 1s78. J. MEANS DA YIX, EIlIVI. JNO S. REYNOLDS, AssoCIATZ EDITOR. Gazsv r,s couNr has adopted the primary election system by a largo mn jority. The people are tired bf Conventions. A DIBPATOS from Salt Lake City says: "The weather is cool, with frosts in the mountains at night." Happy b1ormns I DURING THREE days of last week one hundred and twenty-eight cases of sunstroke occurr6d in New York and Brooklyn, of ihich twenty-four were fatal. e FIFTEEN HUNDRED delegaters att .iended the Texas Democratic Con vention, and they took about a week to renominate Governor Hubbard. Two-thirds were neoes sary to a choice. THB CHARLESTON Democrats had a gratifying convention on Monday. Hampton and the State ticket and Senator Butler were endorsed, and Hon. M. P. O'Connor was declared the choice for Congress. Charlostot is well in line. THEY USED TO have revolutions in San Domingo every twelve months. But this danger has been averted for the future by the adoption...

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 July 1878

OCA, ITEMS. TIItSI)AY' JUL Y25J . 1878. New Advertisonions. K -ughts of IWm a-E. S. Crl -- or, Reporter. Crops on the Watereo are thriv ing. How often do we hear a porson say. Ther timust be souietliing the matter with my blood, I liavo pimples all over. We woild cd. bommend Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture. Go-vorndr Hampton has iv'ith rawn his otfer of Ilvo hulndro.i dollars t-ew.rd fot R-hai )n 1, it hav ing ben c)eOhlsively sIOWn that 1 a l.ii )"11 w s it dti ;p.e.. in the rescue of the prisoners from the Pickoiis jail: Clarence, the yountiest child of the late 0 cpt. Pierre 3acot, died su.blunly ol Man,l.y night of whoopiing co)gh. Up to a few mLo mlents beforo his death lie was very b)righlt, but ho was sei7el a parox ysll of coutghiilg which carried him hway without any premonition. Prof. N. Schmict is in Wiiiisboro on ia visit. .li r! lic.dtiarters ar' at Mrs. Duvall's, where ho will be pleased to receive orderis. lie give the greatest satisfaction td hlih pa trons last year when ho...

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 July 1878

iil TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Weekly One Year. - -- - - $4.0 Six-months. - - - - 2.0 Thro i months. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One siuare ono insertion $1.. For Otto, subset uent insertion 5t. .itua ri.e au-i Tributen of Respect charged for s a tvertiseiut}nts. Liberal discouat tade or oontraot ad'Vertisernonts. -o - JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes Posters, Carin, Invitations, Tickets, &c. n eatly executed at this offioe,-CIIEAP 'OR OASH. . BRZC'-BBC.. - An official bulletir announces in Berlin -that Empeior William's wounds are now healed. Newspapers are used in many public schools of the West instead of books for reading lessons. The first passenger over the first railroad in the world, W. N. Found, of Birkenhead, England, has just died. Gas from a cargo of decomposed fruit killed two .sailors who de scended into the lower hold of a vessel at Quebec. In M -tssanhusetts large numbers of birds are found dead in potalto fields, killed by Paris green scat tered...

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. — 30 July 1878

"}INNT\SJ30RU, S. C." 1'UEI)Y, JULY 30, 878. {VOL.'.N.6 NEW ADVERTISEMEN I'S. REVOLVER FIt1F, even R L% V L !' E shotilievolver vI' '..< Cartridges. A ti t"i ,. BiO W N & 8ON, 135 and 135, Wood St.., Plttsburg, Penln.;ylvaiu. Agents ! Road This I We will p ly A'pnti ', s-try of $11 pt"r nymth and oc alnses to sell our N-ew and Wondertut I uvonti la3. A-l'Iro3i 1ER1MAN & CO., Mar 8 hali, MllchIgaln. P. AN "1I "'ttu o ORG A N $t;,iil only $42a. Supero U,ranI Square Plano;, pt'tc $1.10) only $c5. Elegant upright Pl:nos, prle $80.)only $153. N. w style upright PIlanos $11.50, Organs 435. Organs 12 stops $72.%J. Ciu:el Organs II stops prie $ni1.) only $115. Ei'g.tnt i5 5 Mirror 1'opj O gans, ouly $103. Aiuyers, colna nn.l see me at, t a;:ne :i 1 in not as representea, It It. fatre paida both ways and( P'lanl oi" Organ givoli tres. L tr-g Illu strnted Newspaper withi muell Iuormatt,ion abiat cost of PIlanos and Organ.s so: I, free. Please ad ilress DANIEL, F. B1A 'TY, Washaingt...

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. — 30 July 1878

WINNSI3O0 S. 0. WrYBUt73DAr, D ULY 30. r 1E7i. S. MBAN$8DA IS EDITOR. arro E. BBlaYOLDS, AssooIit eisDIOB. ON THE ITH OF AUGUST the Radical State Conventiou meets in Columbia to have a wake. It promises to be quite a funereal affair. EDGEFIELD sEEMs provoked that Richland is a little ahead on offices, and wants to get what are left for herself. A Speaker of the House, a Solicitor, a Congressman and a United States Senator are enough glory for once. LAt the othe r thirty-one counties have a say at least for the other senatorship. NORTH CAAOLINA elects judges, solicitors, county officers and a Leg islature on the first of August. The Republicans disbanded, but they are backing up independent candidates wherever they can induce them to run. The chief interest centres in the Legislature, as that body will elect a United States Senator. Governor Vance is by long odds the choice of the Democracy, but Merrimon hopes, by the aid of Democratic bolters and Radicals, to defeat him. Merrimon ma...

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. — 30 July 1878

rOcAL TE NS. 7 UESDAY, JULY 30, I 13711. Naw Advertise.ments. For Sheriff-Many Voters. For Judge of Probate. Bargains-S. S. Wolfe. Groat Beductions--Suget heimer & Groeschol. We had good showers around Winuboro on Sund -y afternoon. But %#e want some more. For all diseases of the blo od we do not know of any better remedy than Dr. 3ul's Blood Mixtttre. * A 1.tn Doo KILLED.-On Sund:ay 'fternoon a (log in tho" White Oak neighborhood was discoverd to be inadi bait not before he had bitten two colorod boys an 1 also Mr. D.zvid McDowell. In the attempt to kill the animal, otte eolorod man missed his aimy the ball striking another colored man in the footL The woutnd is not sorions. The tog was after wards chased to Whi e Oak by Mr. S. U. Johnston and there killed. We trust there may be no serious effects from the bites. TnE ORoAi WA.-A 100 Ln, SOLID SIOT.-If any m1a1 insults your commiu sense by offering a first class 9 stop O:'gan for $65, "shoot him on the spot." All necessity for l...

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. — 30 July 1878

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Weekly One Year. - - - - b4.0 "" " Six-months. - - - - 2.0 "" Three moaths. - - - 1.0 HATES OF ADVERTISING. One square one insertion $1.00. For. each subsequent insertion 50W. Obitua ries and Tributes of Respect charged for s advertisements. Liberal discount made or oontraot advertisements. JOB WORK. Bill Hads, Letter Heads, Envelopns Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tickets, &c. neatly 'exeouted at this ofRoe,-CHEAP FOR CASH. Continued from first page see ho wasn't armed. The first thing I knew there were poked into the door enough guns to fill it, and I saw three or four hundred armed men in regular military style, and their leader, Captain Villiapis, came in, walked up to where Slade was talking to me, put his hand on his shoulder and said, "Slade, you are my prisoner." Slade said, "All right." Williams told Slade they were going to hang him ; that if he had any preparation to make he could hot have more than an hour to make them in. Slade then con - me...

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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. — 1 August 1878

RI-EEDA Y.TWIN NSBOI,O S C l U A Et I 1878.. N1V AI)VERTISE ENI'S. REVOLVERL,en '3ox Cartild es. Address J. iBtOWN & SON, 186 and 138, Voco St., Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.I Agents i Read This I We will pay Ageats a sallry of $100 per mn'th and expenses to sell our New and Wonderful Invonti+)ni. AddreSs 811EltMAN & CO., Niar. shall, Al[chigan, P'at"eO R G A N $1000 only $125. Superb Grand Square Pianos, price $1,100 only $255. Elegant upright Pianos, price $80u Only $155. New style upright Pianos $114.GU, Organs $35. Organs 12 stops $T2. '0 Church Organs 10 stops price $390 only $115. Elegant $375 Mirror ToplOtgans, only $105. Buyers, come and see me at home : if I am not as represente(d, It. It. fare palit 10th ways ai Plano or Organ given Iree. Large Illustrated Newspaper with much information about cost of Plans anI Organs se' t, free. Please ad diress D)ANIIt F. BFlT"1'Y, Washington, N. J. 1I1' ' !1Tlie only c"umbination of the trite Jamaica Gth g 1r witb choice Aromatics a...

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. — 1 August 1878

WINNSBORO, 8. 0. N'SVDLY, AV a GVT1, : s 1878. A. KfACS DA VI8, IDITOR. JNO . 8.?NOLDS, AssAOIATi DITOA. TnE RADIOALS in Chester have waked up. A convention or mass , meeting was held last week to send delegates to Columbia. During the meeting a white man named Bradley announced himself as a Radical candidate for the Legisla ture. This is but the beginning. A Threatened Conflict. The controversy between the United States and South Carolina in reference to the trial of the murderers of Ladd is assuming grave proportions. When Judge Kershaw refused a transfer of the case to the United States Circuit Court, he intimated that he would yield to the State or United States Supreme Court, but to no other. Governor Hampton desired that the case should be taken up regularly through the courts. This at first was also the determination of President Hayes and Attorney General Devens. But Secretary Evarts was called into consultation, and opposed any such disposition of the case. He thought that ...

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. — 1 August 1878

r,OCAL ITEMS. TIEUJeSDAY. AUGUST J, t r 18r8. Kew Advertisements. Meeting of th'e Fire Company E. S. Chandler, Secretary. For the Legislature -Man-, Friends. The reports of the proceedings a: Monticello and Salem both came too late for our last weekly. Baby shows are the fashion now, but as long as mothers continue to nurse their little ones with lauda num or other opiates, they cannot expect their babies to look bright. If your baby needs medicine got a good and harmless one such as Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup. 25 cents per bottle. * COMING TO THE FRONT.--At a colored Sunday-school celebration in this county, Israel Byrd during the course of his remarks said that he hoped the men would be as prompt in coming to the polls in November as the children were in attending Sunday-school. It is also said that Joe Thompson will be run by the Radicals for the Legis lature, and that a full ticket will. be put in the field. Meetings of the faithful will soon be held all over the county. The hydra-he...

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. — 1 August 1878

TRIrWEERLY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TAi-Wokly One Year. -- - - - $1.0 "s "6 Six-months. - - - - 2.0 "6 '" Thre, nonths. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square one insertion $1.00. For each subsequont insertion 50. Obi ina rios and Tributes of Respect charged ir a advortisements. Liberal di:>eeunt tmad_e or contract advertisements. -O - JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes Poators, Cards, Invitations, 'T ickots, &c. , eatly oxecutesd at this ofilee.-CHEAP ItOR OASI. BJ IC-A-IIBAC. The Royal Family of England make a practice of not paying for their daily papers. Egyptian auctioneers get two and a half per cent. commission on sales, and the prayers of both soller and buyer. The Chinese have lately created three now gods, namely: God of Tobacco, God of Soap, God of American Calico. When people got to warring over religions, it is Satan and not the Almighty that gets the service. Whenovor an American fools like parading he also feels like popping over any one w...

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. — 3 August 1878

II TIWEI~Y EDT2oN I, ~SO1 o: iih Y. U( 7RD ,1 AUUST 3, 18. {YOI.2.N8 NEW ADVERTISE ENTS. REVOLVERsFR"E. een 0ox Cartridges. Address J. BIIOWN & SON, 186 and 138, Wood St., Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. Agents ! Read This I We will p,ty Agents a salary of $100 per month an( ex penses to sell otr New and Woider(l Invention. Ailross SL1ElUMAN & CO., Man PhaN, Michigan. P1AN Q' 1 oag~tlfnl es ceOr OR G A N $100 otily $425. Superb Grand square Planos, price $1,100 only $255. Elegant upright Pianos, price $800 Qnly $185. +lew style upright Pianos ll2.50, Orgags $35. Organs 12 steps $72.0. hurch Organs 1i stors price $300 only $115. Eilegant $375 DI rror '4'opt gans, only $105. luyers, come and see 1lo at hohe: if I am not as represented, It. 11. fare pal< 1oth ways and 'ia no or Organ g-vetn free. ltre Illustrated Nowspaper with uclnfar ri aliout cost drese No.FTTse ad resDANIEL .BEA TTY, Washington, N. J A O D' The only combination of Rh~tile trile Jamaica Ginger SIN ggerwith clloi...

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. — 3 August 1878

1 WINNSBORO, 8. 0. ATRDDaY, AVUrd', : s A878. B. MEAN9 DAVI$, EDrTOR. irO 8. BBENOLDS, AsBOOIATR EDITOR. IT Is NOT a matter of much credit to Charleston that ex--Judge Wim. M. Thomas is looming up as a leader of the Democracy, and that he should question the sincerity of C91. Edward McCrady, Jr., and other gentlemen of such standing. Judge Thomas has long boon the Charleston correspondent of the New York Sun, and his course has forfeited what respect people otherwise might have entertained of him. He has libeled Governor Hampton and the Democrats of the State, time and again, in the most malicious and yet, happily, silly manner. The Charleston Democra cy must get rid of Thomas. The Poe in the Field. As has been predicted, the Radi cal party in this county is again in the field. A County Convention will be hold in Winnsboro on Monday to sond delegates to the Radieal State Convention in Co lumbia on the 7th. Precinct meet ings have already been held through Fairfield, and religious re...

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. — 3 August 1878

rLOCALi ITEM S, ,.eATUIDdAY, AUG VUST 3 18y8. Roligious NotIcoa. Baptist Church--Tho Rev. T. W. Mollichamp will lecture this afternoon, at 4 o'clock, and preach to..Inorrow at 11 o'clock, A. li. Presbyterian Churcl-Rev. If. B. Pratt, 11 A. ni., and 8 P. M. Sur (lay School 4 P. Dt. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 8 P. D. Methodist Church--Rev. E. J. Meynardie, D. D., 11 A. DI., and 8 P. Mt. Sunday School at 10 o'clock. Prayer Meeting, Thursday at 8 P. 14. Episcopal Church- -Rev. J. Obear, services every Sunday exopt the 2nd Sunday of the month ; at 11 o'clock A. DI. New Advgrtisemeonts. Dissolution- Nelson & Refq. For the Legislaturo. Citation-O. R. Thompson. Masonic Neetiug--G. I}. Mo, Cants, Secretary, In the list of delegates cljosen tq represent 11airflelcd ix tIho Sunday School Convention, tho name of Dr. S. W. Booklart Nyai ipadyortently omitted.. An unpleasant passenger in a street car is a crying baby. In such cases Dr. Pull's .Baby Syrup shoild b0 given to the little suffer. 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. — 3 August 1878

GREAT UJESAR GRANT. WHAT FATHER TAFT THINXS OF A TWICD TERM. ievealing the Hopes of the itohon Cabinet--An Attempt to Pave the Way for a New Lease of Power--The ex-Attorney General is Willing. (1'onm the New York Herald.] I met Judge Taft in the aftor noon, just as the mercury in the thermometer began to go down from ninoty--four to the more re spectable eighties, and had a brief interview with him on politics in general and the Presidential pros, poets in particular. Taft is a Grant man. le goes as far as Sherman, if not farther, in asserting that if the Republican National Convention were to be hold now the famous Ulysses would be called home from his wanderings and invited to enter the political arena for a third term of Presidency. The fQllowing was the conversation: "Do you believe, Judge, that Grant will get the Republican nomination for a third term of tho Presidency ?" "It looks that way now," was the reply. "Of course it is rather early to open the question, as two more yea...

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. — 6 August 1878

E E NNetN an rrtal. TlIWECYEDITION.} WINNSBORO, S. C.. TI UESD)AY, AUGUST 6. 1878. IO O7 NEW ADVERTIEIENTS. )x (,artri(Ig's. A%dwr( as J. yIBROWNI & SON, 185 and is, Wool St.,eP'Ittsburg, 1' mnsylvanla. Agents ! R ead This I We will p tv A nts a SalLrv of $1.)1-nr 'mntl and exn(tnies to sell our N"w an( Wonderful I' :I)IItI -it I A 1.ir.ii 811EIlMAN & CO., Nlar sh:til, lichigan "" 1ii A 13ittll Concert D N Pi AN l t:riurl l'nol:c G AfN $Vi oltly $1!5. Silperl)OrULtul8 ltaro Plin 1, Price $1.1111 orlly $!,i-,. I'.egant. up'.1ght, P'lanoy, p 1 1Ss : 01:i ls-.i New sile upiglit Pianos $: O..' Or-il tr. Org fit.s 1-S slops $W0. (attrit 0. ;iiii It stors price $tt91, only $1IC. Elegant is., r Mirro p *0o) U gans. only 1n0. llver-4, t"omn't an( s: lilt , a hoieo : if I amn not as recre.senltcI, It. it. fare paid both ways anti 1'I:tno or Organ given free. Large Iltustratetd Newspttpor wiith mulch informat.ion about cost of Pianos ani Organs se' t free. Please ad( dress DANIl1I, F....

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. — 6 August 1878

WINNSBORO, S. C. 2UER.DAY,.AUOUT 1j, 1878. A. MEAN9 DAVIS, ktnrron. 1NO S. RENOLDS, ASSOCIATE RITOa. In consequence of a press of other matter of interest to our readers, wye omit this morning our usual editorials. TlE SMALLEST OF MOT:ERS. A Woman Only Thirty -two Inchos in Stature--Her Matrimonial Experl enco. [ 1r1on the .St. Louis Times ] Mrs. W. H. Bristol, bettor known as Fannio 3urdotte, who has becen travoling for years with Forep:mgh's Circus, gave birth on Wednest:y night last, in the C)lmuorcial Hotel, to a child weighing eight pounds. The mnother weighs about fifty pounds and i only thirty-two inches in stature. Her lisb.e:t.l is of full size, being six feet in height and weighing 145 pounlds. The infant wtas healthy and well de veloped, but in order to proservo the life of the mother it was neces sary to sacrifice it. The pangs of maternity lasted seven houls, be - ginning at 8, a. im., and ending at 3, p. in., and if the little woman h t:l not possosnod an iron constiti...

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. — 6 August 1878

LOCAL ITEMS. 3VSDAY, AUGUST d, : 1878. 'ow AdvertUioments. For Probate Judge. For Sheritf-Many Voters. High living cannot be indulged in without disagreeable consequences. If you fool that your blood is out of order use Dr. Bull'a Blood Mixture. DMRETING AT F E.ISTERi VILLA. Pursuant to an invitation from the Feastervillo Club, Capt. H. A. Gaillard visited that club on Satur clay, the 3d inst., for tlo purpose of answering tho charges preferred by the club andi members thereof. The club met at 3 o'clock, p.m., in the church, and was called to order by President V. P. Clayton. There was a full attonuaneo of membors, and a number of visitors were present. The club having met, the president called for the reading of the minutos of the last meeting. They were read. Mr. James Stevenson objected to their confirmation. The president askei what correctionl should be in rdo in them. After some desultory discussion, Mr. D. R. Feaster asked the reisons of the opponents of the confirmation. Mr....

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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