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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 6 August 1878

ConUuuted from flr.st page say hero, whether there slhall bo opposition or not, I pledge myself to devote my timo and energy and ability to assist in carrying the Log islature of South Carolina. I say hero to the representatives from all parts of the State that in what. over moans I can assist you, if you will only call call upon mo, I will respond pronptly ; oven more promptly than in the hast c m ):igu; because, as you all know, it i. much mor important that we sh,u,d have a good Legislature than a Deuo oratic Governor. I trust that you will go back and work from now until the election clcoses, that we may carry the Leg islature, and that we may carry or r Congressional elections. (Ion tie . men, I thank you heartily and cordially for the comipliment you have paid Inc. I can make no pledges. I catn only refer you to the pledges I have made in the p)ast, and to the way in which I havo fulfilled them. I trust that in November next I shall have the opportunity of greeting you upon ha...

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. — 8 August 1878

Z TRL-WrEEKLY.EITION.} WINNSBORO, S. C., TII U H$PA Y, AUG UST 8, 1878. (Vol. '.N.8 NEW ADVRER ETI8EM ,ENi'S. - f\: F L V~j ( ) N 1.LtA shot. 1rvl";"vl1 Jox (:artrilges. Atitre,s J. BIROWN & SON, 13i and 138, Wood1 St., 'itt,Lurg, 1ennsylvauia. Agents ! Read This ! We will pay A,entg a salarv of $100 per mnth an<d CX 1ses to sell our New ant Woluterfttl lnventilois. Ad<ross 8111Itt1AN & CO., Mar sali, Micliigan. Pi A N 0 Betif Concert G AN $1t;:) only $125. SuIper)) crand Square Pianos, price $1,n only $255. Iylog:lit upriglt Pianos, prlicetsl only $155. New style upright, Panos . 112.50, Organs $35. Organs 12 stops $72.'0. IntrcIl Origau 1; sto1s pric"o $390 only $115. Elegant $3U5 Mlirror Top Otgans, only $115. itlyler5, lonic at<d ;ee me at, 1hoe : if I am not a5 represenl.te(It. it. aru palid botlh ways andi Via 110 or Organ given Iron. Large Illuitratod Newspa)1 1r withI miull information aboit, cost of l'ianos and( Oigans sey I. free. Pleaso (1t iress 1)ANIIti...

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. — 8 August 1878

~~I1t seu antt mralAt WINNSBOILO, S. 0. rsvaw4x, AVGVr 8, . 7e 88. a. KZANs DATIS, EDITOR. 8.ro i.arNozDS. ASsOOi.zs anueO. The Sheriff's Election. Attorney-General Youmans, after a careful study of the ques tions involved, has authorized the statement that "an elec tion cannot be hold in Novem ber to fill by anticipation, offices now held by incumbents whose con stitutional terms do not expire until August, 1879. Under this con, ntruction of the law neither the sheriff nor the board of county commissioners could be elected at this general election." Tae ELEOTION IN North Carolina resulted in a victory for the Demo crats, who will have a majority of about ten in the Senate and thirty or forty in the House over all other parties. The majority would have been greater, but for the existence of certain individuals who preferred themselves to the State and who ran on bolting tickets in combina, tion with Radicals. The Radicals, as usual, showed superior tactics. Wherever there was a Radi...

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. — 8 August 1878

' 4OC)AL ITEMS. TIa1VRSli.4 s. 4UQUV4 USS .Y t 458S. Now Aaventisements. Winnsboro Hot?l--Mrs. 3. W. Brown. Masonio Meoting-G. B. Mc.. Cants, Secretary. Knights of Honor-E. S. Chand. leir, Reporter. Tribute of I espoct-G. B Mc Cants, Secretary. Town Ordinances -W. N. Chand." ler, Clerk. The ounclucling portion of th1 proceedings at F?eastelville will be found on our first page. The Winnsboro Democratic Club 'will meet to-morrow night. Lot all the members attend. Brigadier General Cowa rd has ordered an election for majors of the several battalions of the 8th Brigado of South Carolina Stato Troops on the 13th of August, Public squares are a great bless ing to the community. Wo can say the same of Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup: it is the best remedy for the cure of all diseo ses Babyhood has to encounter. Price 25 cents. * BOUND FOR TEXAs.-Mossrs. S. D. Mobley, J. B. Mobley and John Mobley, with their sister. Miss Rebecca Mobley,-n MIr. John Erwin, left for Texas on Tuosday. We re gret to los...

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. — 8 August 1878

Continued frorm first page taken. Mr. Gaillard had voted on every measure as he himself would have voted, except on the phosphate bill. He ought not to have surren dered on the third reading, but should have stood firm. He wanted { ! a different sort of representative. The issue had done good, in bring - ing ont a full attendance. He would always oppose making the lawyer a law-maker. The lawyor is in antagonism to the farmer, and is expected in the Legislature to enact such laws as will bring him business. In conclusion he would say that he was a National Groonbacker. Noith or of the old partios could give him relief in national matters, though in State affairs he would ally himself with the Democrats. He now re signed the presidency of tho club, and gave notice that on Thursday he would endeavor to organize a greenback club. He was now a free man. The resignation being accepted, Mr, T. W. Traylor was elected president, and Mr. D. J. Meador vice-president, by acclamation. A resoluti...

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. — 10 August 1878

4 .. ... .... _ . .. . . ... ....-.- - - _ - ,... . 1 ,C- Vh 1 ,Y 'vI' It)i .} ...-..----rIN S-- . ..r ,IK)R ... W O. RE VOLVER Irr1F. rvrn ox (:art'1elge'. Addre.- J. UIOWN & SON, 1!16 and 188, Wood St., Pilttsburg, Penn3ylvanta. Agents ! Read This i We will p ty Agents a s'tlry of $109 r njollth and expenses to sell fur New and 1onderul Invet.ltl's. Addroa S11E11tM1A4 .x CO., Mar Shall, Mlchiga. $l ) out o 1ur 8:1 I 4' tG " i n'1-e Plaino , pri: e $p. only :-j. Er'ifiti, u:e latt P.lauos Ic t sS- i q.t h' , N"' ,t -l0 Up. Itht planos i , r is $.'5. Q:'g.li. H- stfip $1 sO. lretl O-T"Srlli 1.;stov i price $39. quly $11-1. lW4iflnt $315 Mirror ropl o g-tus, Onv $to3. . e 4,'. o:na ind see in at iline : if I am nt - Ia repre setia. It. It. faire pai 'ttt ways and( 11 n of Orqtiti givt,i tren. '-raIllustratedl Nr1vO i po: syth luil .4Inform-ltIon btint coiSt of I ltt.a 'ttd Ogan sn t free. Please ad 'g ).N F. IEATTY. Washiington, N. J. 9 Thle only comnat on of -he tru aae iie -It ...

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. — 10 August 1878

WVIXN' )14i ). S. 0. ti..IT1 ' t * il Y, i( 'S .,, : . 1 . . R. MFA N.S D. A Ils, Eiolto. JNU S. IREYVQLD5, AssocIAT;: E"'vTolt. PE1IOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor : WADE HAMIPTON. For Lieutenant Governor W. D. SIMPSON. For Secretary If State: B. M. si'I3. 'or Comnptroller (cnural JOIINSON HAGOOD. For Attorney (encrai: LEROY F. YOUMANS. FIor State T'!reatsurerj: S. L. LEAP1:1ART. .F1or Superinlendcet of' Eca tion; HUGH S. TIOMPSON. For A< jutant <t:.hnspector l.uera 1'l; . V. MOISE. Hampton and the State Ticket, Pressure of local matter hals here t,oforo prevented us fr*om ex1(teralig hearty Congratulations to the St;ate Convention for the tiorongl and harmonious manner im vhich it de-. spatched its businoss. We no.l not say that the renonination of Gov Crno>r Hampton and the St.te ticket by acclamation meets with thew hearty approval of Fa;iriold ; nor is it locussary to [rom1iso that .1'.i field will give the ticket ia 1rin majority in November next. 'hat {majority ma...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 10 August 1878

Now Al vertisonmon;". B3.il lin u 1 L.)- nn; A s>ei tion - D. Rt. ]:lctnmken;, ceay The mooting at Paul's p)rinl; ys terday wias a splendid success. _u'l )articulars in our ne xt issuO. Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup is recoin inenflecl by all drugists as being a purely vegetable and reliable preparation for Babies. Price 25 ceits. We should sooner I Lvo iuknlo wl. edged the recoipt of at number of public documni)t: fromri Ionl. J. Ii. Evins, among them being the re port of th colmnissionor ont fores try, which is a most vahl)le book, replete with stati.ticl and i.nforta tion on the propagation and n(ont servat ion of foresi s. It cant ht road with much profit in South Carolina. TnEi S'r,i'. RA1(u. CCoNVEi:roN. The State 1adical Convention met in Columbia on the 7th. T h: old notoriouis political hacks ran the nachine. tesoliiiols cendlorsinig 1inl'tonl were overwhelmingl de feated. A platform 11l1ed with bitter invective ag,ainst the Dunoerats was ad)ptedl. No Stite ticket will be n1om1t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 10 August 1878

Ii TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri.Wekly One Year. -- - 1.0 66 t Six-muonthH. - - -- - 3.0 Threz raon,thH. - - - 1.0i RATES OF AI)vERTISINO. One square one intiortiort $1.00. For eaeh o'r e(uont irxertrion 506. Oi>itua xiox and Tri ute of Itepe(;t charg,'l for H ad vortiernontH. Iibaral dliHcout matode or contraot ad,voxtiomonts. ---0 JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter IIead%, Envelopes Potors, Cardi, Invitations, 'I'ioke., &o. n-atly executed at thia oiice,-CIIEA1' POR CASi. GENMiAL GO33[P. Ex.Governor Moses still lingers in New Yolk. Sixty-sevon failures are reported in Now York city during July. There is not a section in Georgia where the farmers cornplain of poor crops. Selma, Alabama, received its first bale of new cotton on the first instant. A tornado swept through south eastern Indianau, on the 1st instant, damaging crops, trees and buildings quito serioufsly. Coinage operations at the New Orleans mint will be siusponded for three months, in consequenco of th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 13 August 1878

- I1 EEK.) L\ [1. U N _rS St,O S. C., T UESDA Y. G AGUST41. 7. T N( R M ,*_ Nlt.%V A I)V tit1ti f"rI'1.: ,N S. - 1 1 d,1 4, -. O V . 1 1 . ' 1 .; M.nt R?ad Thi 1 I1 V. I. t'-i : ) o'' !1 t.lll .1I!;ll;.5 i. (I' c'. '~ 1 i i .y ' 1 f , ' :i "i 6 111 - , ~? i~ ')a 1 4) ~11'Vi.* "'). () ,1 ' ' 1 f ' . CII la ,4 I"1'. ,"'. "\ Pot ill ) '4 :.! " i', 1 ~ 4 I ~ , I)' - N' ';l(-- , N .1 <"i 1 )' OA " :" . 1~' )i ., r (' a" '!!\\ ':: t 4 f4:o ix4i o (Pt jl(!I 11 !' ''...4 Il " ll4 ' 7~0~ \4',44'lei a.\ 0'0,1 'm a\\.( (..1.1,';-t., 4.ws( .\ V ioa \' ' - Ul' 44r aa - NEW YOUi WEEKLY IE R ALT). OXE DOL[JAlR A VEwi -11l!E eircula'1i:)( of iIti>; p1) ,;1:1 ito . - tpcr hSt )IO t "1' it tlibl 1 ild ri.l_ the 1'..It y'ear. it .- . : 1alhe 1":utii,' 'l-wi ('o1 tiin1ed in4 the l). . .m.r a aid is' aer-raged4i in luutdy dly,tr44'.-nt. F?ORE'IGN INEW\S lo' 4lt l :t W ar i E.ropi (. 1:.1u- I. t't A ' UIE h ? CA N N tW{ i'a: .i4e we o . . . 1 O I)(t t : .i t" Y ' i i;o'. TInis fe41a't 'I an ..n -t'...

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 August 1878

WINNSIBORO, 8. 0. T UE$DAT, AODiUST 1|:, : : '8. .A. MEANS DA VIS, Eurroit. JNO S. RE&YNOLDS, A:uoimt1 rYBnron. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Goecrtor : WADE HAM-LP'ON. For Lieutenant Governor W. ). SIMPSON. For ,Secetury of State : 1. M. SIMS. For Comptrollcer General: JOHNSON HAG0OD. For A ttorney General: LEROY F. YOUMANS. F'oi State 'reasurer S. L. LEAPHARTr. Fo'r'Supherintend<n of Educa'lmtion1; HUGH S. THOMPSON. F"or A<{juttant <t1n'-"etor (General: E. W.MO . ni. 1(itADIALs have nomlin;tc'cI )r. J. .1. Ensor for Conigtes;s a1ll61. Colonel Aiken in the third district.. Dr. Ensor was for years titny inl tendent of the Lunatie Asyluni. His candidacy against Colonei Aiken is mournful evidence timt he is fast rctechin.g that point at; wh'ch a hocd-shaving and a sraigl I j:- i;ct will be neo(ded for him. I it mil suimer mliadlhmss, or a bad case of hydrophobia ? Si\cl: TruE oma1I of the F'lederal government not to punish illicit distillers who surrcn.der tlienmelves and ...

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. — 13 August 1878

LOCAL ITEMS. TUAIDAY, AUGfUST 13, 18rs ow Advertisemoen3. For School Cominissionor. For t.io Lgislaturo. Notiec-DMcMaster & Biieo. For t, - Legislature-Many Demo crate. Joe Thompson has been appoint od Radical county olairmuan for Fairfield. N>r A C:NDIDA'rs.---\Ir. E. H. Heins, of the Boar Crook Club, authorizos the announce:ent that he is not a candi:late for the Lo;is lIi Lure. ROAD MENDIN.--ThO county coin - muissioners had already contracted for the improvement of the hill at Ellison's branch when Tun NEwr AND HERALD noticed its condition. A force of laborers is now at work blasting out the rock, and a great improvo mont is promised. It is a sad sight to see an in toxicated person on the street. How much more uo is it to see a dull and sickly baby rendered so by the use of dangerous opiates. - Dr. Bnll's Baby Syrup co t tins nothing injurious aed may ho given to the most delicate baby. Price 25 cents a bottle. * WAIRANrED Ta FT,rL TIE BILL. The Nowberry IIerald contains ...

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. — 13 August 1878

Contdnued fro111 first page cal under our lecels. Now we have another contest. The uogroes are pnlisting on the color line for a desperate struggle. Ticir revival moans the nomination of Israel Byrd and Prince Martin and others of that class for office. But car paign3 are won, not by platformq, but by manhood, 11n(1 by linlnhood will the present issuo be deciled. We can never go back under the rule of the negro and the cardpet bagger. The )emnooratic p.rty shall and will control thiE govern mllelt. Mr. It. Mo?'ns Davis was lthen called upon, ittd spoke, con(eding that the present ematitIltignl is but a part of a general contest of P1in i ple that has boon wag;edl since the beginnling of th ropublic. Mr. J,unos Herron then m:tde an anusing speoh oin tlt) issues of the day, illtse iting i; pil by inelcdotes. Ho opposc.l the F (. torville resc hnt ions, o11P( p,u;, a simtiltr line of arLtunent to tiit given in a formuer report. At the close of the speaking the prow( wOro .invitJd by th...

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. — 15 August 1878

-WEEKLY EDITION.} WINNSBORO, S. C.. TIIU IRDA YS I f NEW ADVERTINEREN1N. REVOLVER Seven. Blhot Revolverwlti aox artsid es. Addiiss JT. BRJOWN & SON, 186 and 188 Wood S., Pittsbu'rg l'ens yvna. Agents ! Read This I Wwilpay Agents a saahry of $i00 per month andi expenses to sell our New and Wonderful Inventli- . Addres SIliERIAN & CO., riar shall, blichigan. P - A 0 t P' lriceOR G A N $1610 only $4". Superb (irand Square Pianos, price $1,100 onl.v $35. Elegant iglgh t. Pilanos ce 0 only $155. New style Upir hI'anos 112.51, Organs $15. Organs 11 tops $;.'0. Church Organ.s 14 stos pric'e $tge only $115. Elegant $:175 Mirror Top Oigatns, only $103. J;uyers, come anti see Inc at hone t: I I an not as represen(ed. It. it. fare patti both ways and Piano or Organ given free. Large Illustrat,ed Newspaper with much Information ab")ut cost of Planos and Organs se, t free. Please ad dress DANIEL F. IERATTY, Washington, N. J. l' '''''"on'y'--bI-ation'o 1 FORD , the true Jauican Ginger wit...

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. — 15 August 1878

WINNSBORO, S. 0. 2'HrURHDAY, AUGUST 15, 1879. R. MEANS DAYIS, BDITOA. ONO R. REYNOLDS, AsOCtAT[ EDiTOR. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET, For Governor : WADE HAMPTON. For Lieutenant Governor W. D. SIMPSON. For Secretary of State. II. M. SIMS. For Comptroller General.: JOHNSON HAGOOD. For Attorney General; LEROY F. YOUMANS. F"or State Treasurer : S. L. LEAPHART. .For Superintendent of .Education ; HUGH S. THOMPSON. I'or A{juteant <: Inspector General. E. W. MOISE. THE DEMocAIIcY of Fairfield are thoroughly united. It is getting to be almost time to think about those primaries. AILADA\[A HnD aln election last week. The Democratic Stato ticket receiv ed about eighty thousand majority and the I,ogislaturo is almost all one way. The Radicals made to organirod fight. Pretty good for Alabama. South Carolina will make a similar report in November. CHIEF JUsTICE WAITE will preside at the trial of the Ladd murderers. By his request the United States and the State government will choose the ablest c...

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. — 15 August 1878

LOCAL ITEMS. THWUDA.Y, 4UQUST.1.LA t 1878. For Salb-A fine country resi dence, with choice surroundings, etc. This frequently meang that the occupant wishes to regain hoalth ; because a residence in a malarial district will induce blood ppisoning, and hence disease. This can be most expeditiously counteracted by the prompt ac inistration of Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture. DEATH OF CoL. F. J. Ca.tEiON. Col. Feaster J. Cameron died at his residence in this county on Satur day night. Colonel Camerou was a eon o.f the late 11. G. Caniaron. For a numbgr of years he resided 3n Arkansas, where l4Qpractisd the profession of law with success. After the death of his father he returned to Fairfield, \yherQ he has since livsd. In 1876, Colonel Janeron was one of thQ can4idqtes on the Demopratic ticket for the Legislature, and during the cam paign he did yeoman service. The Radicals carried the county at the election, and Colonel Cameron re turned to private life. He was about forty years of age, a ge...

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. — 15 August 1878

TI-WEEILY EDITION. TERM'IS OF SUBSCILPTION. '.Tri-Wookly One Ye:.r. --- - - - :+41.0 "e e Six-.nlonlts. -- -- - - 2.0 S '' T:1reJ Lonths. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square one iisertion $1.00. For eachl subsequent insertioni 51k. OLitua iio9 ani( Tributes of Res'ect charged for s atlvortisclnents. Liberal discount aeudo or contracot advertisulluemets. -0 JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, 'Tiuk0s, fc. neatly eoutmd at this oflice,--C11EA' FOR CASII. VAourlo MEANNEss O'ER1u,.:nAllE) :IsELF.-That )Popllar humorous let uror Do Cordova, says Harpers WVeekly, was a passenger by the Scythia ol her last trip from Liver pool to New York, and, as a matter of nourse, bore his part in all the impronlptu social entertainents that enlivened the tediumi of the voyago. One day a happy thought struck one of the passengers, that Do Cordova shonhl be invited to deliver one of his inimitable lectures in the ship's saloon, nld that the proceeds sh ,uld b...

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. — 17 August 1878

'I-WE EKJLY EDITION.} W'INNSBORO.0 S. C.. SA T U RtDA Y,UU'I178." , AG UT 7. 878 {OL.2.NO. 84 NEW ADVEl'T1'ISEMEN'1 8, REVOLVERlfRaolv"rwi 3ox Cart,rldgeti. Address J. BRtOWN & SON, 186 and 138, Wood St., Pittstlurg, Pennsylv4nia. Agents ! Read This I We will p'ty Agents a salary of $105 per month and expenses to sell our Now aqd Wonderful aventi n . Address SIIRM4r 8 OQ., 3Mar shiall, Michigan. P1 A N l a Panos prGice GA N $1050 o1)ly $125. $u lerb Qrand Square Planos, price $1,100 only 233. Elegant, priglht Pianos, price $80e only $155. New style upright Planos $112.50, Organs $35. Organs 12 stops $T2.'O. lhurch Organs i sta rs plce $390 only $115. IElegant $375 Mirror Top Ognus, only 105. )juyers, come ani se0 me at hnome : If I am not as representeu. It. It. fare paid both ways and Plano or Organ given free. I4arge Illustrated Kewspapor with much Information about cost of Pianos and Organs so- t free. Please ad iiress DANIEL F. IIEATTY, Washington, N. J. ll 1 The only combin...

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. — 17 August 1878

WLNNSBOuO, S. 0. A.1UBDAY, 4UGUST 17, 1878. B, MEANS DAVIS, EDITOR. JNO H. REYNOLDS. ASSOIATE EDITOR. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor : WADE HAMPTON. For Lieutenant Governor W. D. SIMPSON. For Secretary of State . 1E. M. SIMS. For Comptroller General: JOHNSON HAGOOD. - For Attorney General : LEROY F. YOUMAN S. For State Treasurer S. L. LEAPHART. .For Superintendent of .Education ; HUGH S. THOMPSON. For A<jutant c Inspector General: E. W. MOISE. JUDGE MAoIcEY is reported as having made, in his recent Edge field spoooh, the astounding revola tion that during the past year tho blacks have recoivod a far greater proportion of the school fund than the whites. Whenco did Judge Mackey derive his information ? The school authorities, at least, know nothing of this alleged dis tribution. While both races have been justly provided for, tho whites have reooived, as they have the right to demand, umoro than half tho school fund. The authorities are resolved to be just before they aro g...

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. — 17 August 1878

00CAL ITEMS. #ATURD4Y, AUGU4.2T 17, :. . 1873. Now Advertisements. Prints--J. F. MoMaster & Co. Musical Homes--Ludden & Bates. Get the Standard-J. B. Lippin. cott & Co. Many of our citizens u,nite in proclaiming Dr. Bull's Blood Mix. tttre the most wonderful invigorant that ever sustained the sinking system. PIANOs AND ORGANHS AT REAL BAn pAINs.--ilefisrs. Ludden & Bates, proprieto,rs of the Great Southern Music House, at Savannah, Ga., present one of their attractivo ad vertisemerts to,day, which should raceive the attention of all needing pnus!eal instruments. The special offers they n ake on pianos. and organs frouin makers of established reputatioh are the lowest we have yet seen, and when the superb Chickering, Knabe and Mathushek Pianos and unrivaled Mason & H$unlin and Peloubet & Pelton Or gans can be had for -so little money, it is indeed surprising that people will so foolishly throw away their money in the purchase of unknown instruments from unknow...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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