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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 12 October 1876

..1 6 L. ti- -NI VOL. 1---NOr. t WINNSBORO, S C.. THURSDA5~Y MORNING, O A FOX CHASE IN PEASTERVILLE; Or; the Story of Mary and Uor Little Lamb. A stern chase is a long one, but the zest of the pursuor is often me isured by the length of the pur suit, and a triumph is all the more enjoyed after a difficult encountor. The political contest, too, in Sopith Carolina is one of unusual hoat, and is characterized by much bitterness, and it is therefore a relief to enjoy an episode in which the ridicalous is theo pre1oimfaiut . feaituro and in which the game has been at least fun to the boys if the frogs have had a hard time of it. The burden of the present Prticlo is a game of fox and hounds in which A meimbor bf Congress, so far relaxed his dignity as to porsonate Reynard, while the other charactor was assumed by a gentleman who takes a hand in everything and shines inall,and who at present is the choice of the Democracy for Senator from !,airfield. Congressman A. S. Wallace, who has repr...

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. — 12 October 1876

(ghe alms and -)rado WINNSBORO, S. C. Thursday, October 12, 1876. JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Editor. FOR PRESIDENT, SAMUEL J. TJLDEA, of Now York. FOR VIcE PRESIDENT, THOS.A hIN'DRICJKS, of Indiana. FOR GOVERNOR, WADE HAMPTON, of Richland, FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, W.- D. SIMPSON, of Laurens. FOR STATE TREAHUREI, S. L. LEAPHART, of Richland. rFon COMPTROLLER OENERAL, OHNSON HAGOOD, of Barnwell. SICCRETARY OF sTATE, of York. FOR ATToRNEY GENERAL, ' JAMAS CONNER, of Charkston. YOR RUPERINTENDUE I OF EDUCATION. HUGH S. TIMPSON, of Rie1-.i.d. FOR AIDJUT.\N: 'ENERA4,, E. W. JI ) I'E, of Suleo:r. FOR CONORESS, FoULil DIS'u T J. H1. EVINS, of Spartalnhirg. FOR soLICIroiF rH SIXTH CIRVVrr T. C. GASTON, of Chetster. Ono point to which Judge Mlackey draws atton tioll in his admir ablh responso to Chamiberlain's prola mation, is very sigiuificant. A mn jority of the Stato canvassers sit upon thoir own election; whilo th< majority of the county eletior managers are appointeeR of the Governor or candid...

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. — 12 October 1876

LOCAL Ii"EAI,$S, OUR COUNTY TICKET. FOR HENATOR, THOS. W. WOODWARD. FOR REPRESENTATIVEs, H. A. GAILLARD,. THOS. 8, BRICE, F. J. CAMERON. FOR CI.ERK OF COURT, J. B. DAVIS. FOR JUDGE OF PROnATE, 0. R. THOMPSON. FOR SOROOL COMMIBsIONER, DR. JNO. BOYD. FOU COUNTY COMMISSIONERs, F. M. L. DUKE, W. H. KERR, J. R. BOYLES. FOR CORONER. JAS. L. RICIMOND. RAILROAD ScHEimu.-The traiine -n C. C. & A. R. R. now leave Winnsboro as follows: Going noi-th 12.30 a. m. Going south, 1.35, a m' Accommodation day trains: Going north, 11.38, a. w. Going Aoutb, 12.12. These trains moot at Winns boro. POST OFnVgs Houaf.-Tile post offide will be open daily (Sunitys excepted) from 8 A. M., to 12 M. and from 2 to 5 P. X. Northern and Southern npkil close at 8 P. M. precisely. . A Mail delive.ed on & Sundays froin 8 to 9 A. M. only. Hampton is coming I Ruaniei'.r the granJ Ham pton. pFoQting on Monday. Mir. L. W. Oivall died near Ridgeway on Tuesday last. Close the stores, suspend 'all busi ness, on next...

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. — 12 October 1876

Judge Mackey's Speech. colored votoers that their only safot) lies in dividing, and in making th whites bid for their votes. In thik c iso the white man who ias beon ol most benefit to thornm will secure liE election. He continued: But demagogues say that Democratic suprenacy destroys colored suf. frago. This is false, That right has ben guaranteed by the seal of throe-fourths of the States in the Union, and it wonld require fifteen Northern States besides a united South to withdraw this 'boon. Twenty-one out of thirty-sevon r tates havo Democratic governors. {Applause.] In Virginia, which is Democratic, the wages of tho color ed laborer is $25 a month, wVhile in Ropublican South Carolina the wages is barely $8. I wish that in South Carolina all the colored po pl had their own farms. Then the problem would be solved. [Ap plause.] Two weks ago the Io publiciln party pledged itself to repeal tile lien law, and therchy struck a deadly blow at the colored laborer. The abolition of this ...

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. — 19 October 1876

VOL. I---NO. 2.1 WINNSBORO, S. C.. THURSDAY MORNING, OC TOBE R 19, 1876. WHO FREED THE BLAVES I A Trenchant Letter from Ex-Govornor Perry to Gov. Chamberlain. To Ifs kxcelency (x. Chanm'er&laia: Siit:-With all duo defereie to the high oflice which you till in South Carolina, I shl reply to some of your statemxents in your camnpalign speeches a reportod inl the nowspapors. Tho colored poo ylo have boon told over and again their uup)inciplit 000lors that if they voted for the )emoeratic parby, they would be thrown back into slavery again and all their political rights taken from thom. do not charge you, sir, with hav ing uttered so flagrant a filsehood. but you did say at Lanuiitor, Marlboro' and other places that tihe Republican party set tihe negroes free, and thiat they ought to, in gratitude for thoir froodom, stand by and support that party. Now, sir, this assertion, in point of fert, is not true. and, as a lawyer, you know it is not true '.'lo State Contvention of South Caro...

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. — 19 October 1876

al j~pituv and 'e rald'. WINNSBORO, S. C. Thursday, October 19, 1876. JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Editor. O'u0x Canm~cUcl.at ofi. Foil PRESIDENT, S S.'iUEL J. TiLDEN, of Now York. FOl VICE PlESIDENT, .T1108. .4. H EAD.RICK~S, of Indiana. FOR GOVER NOR, WADE HAMPTON, of Richland. 701 LIEUTENANT oOVERNORt, W. D. SIMPSON, of Laurens. FOiR ST'ri: TiTEAsUliEt, S. L. LEAPHAl'T, of Riehland. FOllIOblPTtOLLbEl -IEN ERAI., JkENSON HIAGOOD'), fBarnwoll. FOR SECiRETARlY or wrATHI, R. M. SIMS, of York. roR A'oliNEY OENE..L, JAINM'S CONNElt, of Charleston. FOR SVPEItlN'r-;NnaENT 01-' EPDUATION. HUGH S. THOMPSON, of 1i1land. Fint ADJUT.\NT G.NE(.\ L., of Siluit er. FOR CONolilSs, FOUlt''ll DlSTItleT, J. H. E]VINS, of Spartnnhurg. sol .il'o, 0) F r E s R UIr T. C. GASTON, of Chester. l'1I Grover-nor nmuIst, dis.4per-se. He is at dully elected h~onlorary member(,j (of thel Palmet010 liifle C11nh, of A bhe vile. Tho New Yolk //era/d deems "cour'O age, wio n; 111d moi dera ('1ut1i. ion nlecessary to at victory...

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. — 19 October 1876

LOCAL ITEMS OUR COUNTY TICKET. FOR SENATOR, TH08,.W. WOODWARD. FOR REPRE8ENTATIVES, H. A. GAILLARD, THOS. S., BRICE, F. J. CAMERON. FOR CLJUK OF COURT, J. B. DAVIS. FOR JUDGE OF PIOBATE, 0. H. THOMPSON. IOr sCiIOOL CoMMIssIoNER, DR. JNO. BOYD. FOR COUNTY CoMMISSIONRIts, F. M. L. DUKE, W. H. KERR, J. R. BOYLES. FOR CoIRONJER. JAS. L. RICHMOND. 11AIjiOAD ScHEnU I.-The trains 'm C. C. & A. R. R. now leave 'Winnslboro as follows: Going north 12.30 a. in. Going south, 1.35, a w Aecoimodation day trains: Ooing north, 11.33, a. in. Going south, 12.12. Those trains moot at Winus boro. POST OFFICE Houim.-The post ofilce will bo open daily (SundaysI (ixceptd) from 8 A. M., to 12 M. tand from 2 to 5 P. M. Northern and Southern mail close at 8 P. M. precisely. erO Mail delivered on Sundays from 8 to 9 A. M. only. Der Advortisc'a will 10ease re Muomber that a lvertisenents, in order to secture insertion, must be handed in by nine o'clock oi Tues day morning. Contract adyerti;(: ments nast 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. — 19 October 1876

IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DY TH-m. WInnsboro Publishing Company. Tams, . . .E00 PER NNUM, IN ADVANCE. Liberal discouit to Clubs of file or more subscribers. HATES OP ArVEnTiIlNo. One dolinr pr inch for the first insertion an- fifty cent- per inch for eoch sibseqteit insertion. Transient advertisent in ust be >nid for in dcance. ' Contracts for three, six or twelvoinuonith inade upon liberal terms, -. .J ' 11hsinles Commu11tllinictionsi shoul1d. be addressed to the Wiinsboro Putlishing Compan '; all othrs to the IEditor. IL. AEANS DAVIS, JNO. S. IltYNOI,1)S, Proprietors. IMNRY N. OilJlAR. Who is to Goyeri the Governor ? Editor8 Columb7a Register The proclamation of Governor Chamberlain comes like a clap of thunder out of a clear sky. This proclam!ation in effect delare the countios of Aiken and Barnwoll to bo in insurrection ; that the ex istin'g riflo and siabro clubs are ille gal organizationis ; that if they are not disbanded in three (lays, lie will 8uspend tho writ of habea...

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. — 26 October 1876

VOL. I--NO. 3.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., THURSDAY MORN iNGs OCTOBER 26, 1876. { o-' THE STORY OF ELLENTON. A Hera1d Account of the "Three Days' War." Coitespondonoo Now Yorc Herald. ELLENtoN, AIKEN COUNTY, S. C., October 0-Your correspondent, pursuant to 114tructions, has given a pationt hearin to overy man in Aikon County wik desired to talk about the late confhAt in this county has tediously evolvod"jact or coiL mont from those w1o C( not want to talk, and has visited e(ry battle field of this guerilla war, m)i11 the defile where the first ronconth( took place, past Rouso's Bridge, anA\tho Double Bridge, the Cowdon SwatT), Silverton, where the brace of blacku villains committed the first crime; Crown Milln, the point where the railroad track was torn up: and finds himsolf this morning at Ellenton, the uttermost point of the conflict. A WAR THAT WAS WAGED IN THE DARK. I have been especially careful to sift the truth out of the cloud of rumors that are flying about, and to note nothing as ...

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. — 26 October 1876

aith 44.tu and IllraIcI, WINNS110RO, 8. 0. Thursday, October 26, : 1876 JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Editor. FOR PREsIDENT, 8.4MUEL J. TILDEA of New York. FOR VICE PREsIDENT, .THOS. .4. IIRNDRICKS, of Indiana. FOR GOVERNOR, WADE HAMPTON, of Riclihland. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, W. D. SIMPSON, of Laurons. FOR sT'kTE TREASURER, S. L. LEAPHART, of Riehland. FOR COMPTROLLER GENERAL, JOHNSON HAGOOD, of Barnwoll. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, i. M. SIMS, of York. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, JAM/S CONNER, of Charleston. FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION. HUGH S. THOMPSON, of Riciland. FOR ADJUTANT GENERAL, E. W. MOISE, of Suiter. FOR CONoRESS, FOURTH DIHTRICT, J. H. EVINS, of Spartanburg. FOR SOLICITOR OF TiHE SIXTH CIRCUIT T. C. GASTON, of Chester. Wlien Corbin was dragooning thc Stato in 1871 ho tickled Cliamber lain with fees. Now that Clianiber lain is dragooning the Stato, he tickles Corbin with fees. The patriotism of each is measured by dollars and cents. The Radieals became spasmodic over the allusion madie...

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. — 26 October 1876

OUR COUNTY TICKET. FoR SENATOfl, '1HOS V. WOODWARD, FOR REPREBENTATIVES, f. A. GAILLARD, THOS. 1.p BRICE, F.'J. CAMERON. FOR CLERK OF COURT, J. B. DAVIS. FOR JUDoiE OF PigiiBATE, 0. R. THOMPSON. FOR SCHOOL COMMIsSIONER, DR. JNO. BOYD. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONElIS, F. M. L. DUK E, WV. H. KE R11, 3. R. BOYLES. FOR CORONER,. JAS. L. RICHMOND. RAILRoAn SCmEDULE.-The trains on C.. C. & A. I. 11. now leave Winnsboro as follows: Going north 12.80 a. in. Going south, 1.35, a in Accommodaltion day trains Going north, 11.33, a. in. Going soih, 12.12. Theso trainsmoota'at Winns boro. POST OFFICE 1-iouR.-Tho post oflico will bo open daily (Suidys excepted) from 8 A. M., to 12 M. snd from 2 to 5 P. M. Northern and Southern mail close at 8 P. M. precisely. 4"ir Mail doliverod on Sundays from 8 to 9 A. M. only. 2& Advertisers will ploaso re member that advortismenmts, in order to secure insertion, must he lhande(d in by nine o'clock on Tiues day morning. Contract advertise ment" must be hande...

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. — 26 October 1876

18 PUBLISHED EVERY THt7R8DA'S BY Taxl Winnsboro Publishing Company, E~is, - - - $3.00 rz ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. Liberal discount to Clubs of fivo or more subscribers. nUAT98 OF ADVERTISMG. Ono dollar per inch for the first insortion and fifty cents per inch for each subsequent insertion. Transient advertisements must bo.paid for in advance. Contracts for threo, six or tUolvo months mado upon liberal terms. ... /" Business conununications should be addressed to the Winnsboro Ptblishing Coln anl; all others to the Editor. . MEANS DAV1, JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Proprietors. HENRY N. OBEAR. VQ014* o lit. I ____ THE CHANCES FOR NOVEMBER. How the October Vordiot is Regarded in Washington. Correspondence of the Baltimoro Sun. WASHINGTON, October 15.-Time has now been afforded to calculate with a degree of certainty the effect of the elections of Tuesday last. It is very true that at first the impres sion in political circles was that the result of Tuesday's work might be fairly summed up as a drawn 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. — 2 November 1876

$ 3.00 A Yeair VOL I--NO 4.WINNSBORO, S. C.. THURSDAY MORN.ING, NOV DMBER 2~ 1876i __. How Hampton Will Win. A CNll'IRlI5U OUTLOOK ALL 01V1M 'Virtuous and Happy-The rale of the Radlical Arithuietio. The Color line and the consus. A political summary. Uow the Counties Will vote. A good time coming. [(borrspomienle News. mu11( JIi.d .3 COLUMBIA, Octobor 30.-A the RIadical party has been virtuous in1 the past it profeHes to be happy over the future: while its organ the A'ion-Ierald is it perfect Mark Tapley of journalism in the way of coiing out strong under peciliar1-ly trying circmstanees. "If I could get into a wieked family I might do myself justice," said Mark. "TIm always a thinking that with luy good health and spirits it would be mlol0o creditable in me1 ti bo jolly where there's thingsi it going on to make ord'nary men dismal." So -in the face of the fact that C1m bdrlailn and his crew are repudiated by scores of honiest wh'1ito IRopubli Ans and thousands of colored voters; th...

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 November 1876

VOL. I---NO. 4.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVMBER 2 1876 _ How Hampton Will Win. A CUlNIIU 017UTLOOK ILL 01l? Til'h STI TE. Virtuous and I1appy--The ra'ln of the Radical Arithuetic. The Color line and the census. A political summary. 'How the Countles vill voto. A good tme coming. E orespomir isa . COLUMBIA, October 30.-A the Radical party hias ben virtuous in the past it professes to )0 halppy ovor the future, while its orgatn the 1ion-Iferald is i perfect Mark Tapley of journalism ill the way of coming out strong under peculiarl-ly trying circumstaneos. "If I could get into a wicked family I might do myself justice," said Mark. "Im always a thinkiig that with my good health and spirits it would b more creditable ii me t0 be jolly w0here there's things a going on to make ord'nary men dismal." So nil the face of the fact that Chamn berlain and his crew are repudiated by scores of honest white R1opubli , . s and thousands of colorod voters ; that the adjournment of every 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. — 2 November 1876

WNSBORO, S. 0. Sursay, Octobei 26, : 1876. JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Edtor'. FOR PRESIDENT, SAMUEL J. TILD.EN, of Now York. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, THOS. A. [IE .DRICiCS, of Indiana. FO". GOvERNoR, WVADE HAMPTON, of Richland. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, W. D. SIMPSON, of Laurons. FOR STATE TR'-AnT(,E S. L LEAPHA.R', of Richliand. T6Ot Co)'TROLLER OENERAL, JOHNSON HAGOOD, of Barnwell. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, I. M. SIMS, of York. 'OR ATTORNEY GENERAL, JAMAS CONNER, of Charleston. FOR sUPERITENbENT OF EDUCATION. HUGH S. THOMPSON, of Richiand. FOR ADJUTANT GENERAL, E. W. MOISE, of Smntor. FOR CONORESS, FOURTn DIsTRICT, J. H. EVINS, of Spartanburg. FOR SOLICITOR OF THE SIXTH CIRCUIT T. C. GASTON, of Chester. Voto for Hampton, and induce others to do the same. Everybody Must not only votc for the Hampton ticket, but wvork for it. The election of Chamberlain and his ticket mOanau more stealing and: moro heavy taxation. Voto anu. work for Hampton. Vote and work for the Hampton tickot. Tilden is RurO to wi...

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 November 1876

OUR COUNTY TICKET. FOR SENATOR, THOS. W. WOODWARD. FOR REPR.SENTATIVES, H. A. GAILLARD, THOS. S.. BRICE, F. J. CAMERON. FOR CLERK OF COURT, . J. B. DAVIS. FOR JUDOE OF PROBATE, 0. R. THOMPSON. FOR sCHOOL COMMISsIONER, DR. JNO. BOYD. rOR COUNTY COM sIS[ONERR, F, M. L. DUKE, W. H1. KERR, J. R. BOYLES. FOR CORONISR. JAS. L. RICHMOND. RAILROAD SohEDULE. -The trains >n C. C. & A. R. R. noW leave Winunsboro as follows: Going north 12.30 a. in. Going south, 1.35, a mn Accommodation day trains: Going north, 11.33, a. m. Going south, 12.12. Theso trains meet at Wins boro. PosT OFFICE HouRs.-The post oflice will be open daily (Sundays excepted) from 8 A. M., to 12 M. and from 2 to 5 P. M. Norther. und Southern mail close at 8 P. M. precisely. 450 Mail delivered on Sundays from 8 to 9 A. M. only. A&' Advertisers will please re member that advertisements, in order to secure insertion, must be handed in by nine o'clock on Tues day morning. Contract advertise ients must be handed in by...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 2 November 1876

I; fl a mflln P2VEiLy TluRsDAY Winns* cro I'ublishhig_ Oompany. Nutum~, - - - $3.410 PER~I ANNUM, IN A2)VANRA.. Libe'ral dhicoiut to ('hul-s of fi ve2 or nic subtieribera. 112A'rI2. OF ADVERT2I'MN(. and fIfTy venti; pe.r inlCh for ei-cli sit1"et,ltn ime44rtii. TI'k011ien1 t, lvert i~t1. i1z ik i;t be-.paid for in advainc. fot~wHor three, t8x 01r tIweIvo 2414t 1!8 mmic(1 upoin liberal lerm404. be'3 lt1(11cs4(' to tit( WVin212lhl .4111ti.idhing C~omnpnity: sill otl,'vr to the 'd.1ituer. Iti. MEANRS DAVIN, MiLcol S. aYNeOuDS. rlicm F5lorida is coiu1plaining of )let A nine-foot r11ttl( muako was lately killed inl MeDuffic, Outa. lately exIpericicecl at t;2.a2. The Goveiji11211t, 1has app)oilntoL a Monetary Comissni on. A $50,000) incondiary liro near *Wntningtoll, 1). C., is rep)ortedl. Attorney in'a 'iaft, o~no,0l co rliild113]i, to roCIj:Iin ti0ve1211(121y. Abram S. 1-envi tt, of Now York, bas boon renominitod for Conlgress. The Czar and the 8utitl 11,11 gradually app roachlin. an un ...

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 November 1876

VOL. I---NO. 5.1 WINNSBORO, S. C. FRIDAY MORN[NG, NOVEMBER ), 1876. { THE BETTER WAY. One evening, as the twilight was dusking into deeper shades, Farmer Welton stood in'his dooryard with a gun in his hands, and saw a dog coming out of his shed. It was not his dog, for his was of a light color, while this was surely black. The shed alluded to was open in front, with double doors, for the passage of carts; and the shed was a part of a continuous structure con lecting the barn with the house. Around back of this shed was the sheopfold. There hiad been trouble upon Farmer Welton's place. Dogs had been killing his shoop-and soino of the very best at that. He had de clared, in his wrath, that he would shoot the first stray dog he found prowling about his promises. On this evening, by chance, ie had been carrying his gun from the house to the barn when tlia c.Line in truder appeared. Aye, and in the barn lie had boon taking the skin from a valuable sheep that hadl been killed and mangled ...

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 November 1876

WVNNSI3ORO, S. C. Thursday, Nov. 10, 1870, JNO. S. RIYNO1DS, Editor. Everybody feels sony for Wallace. The poor follow must feel sick. Wallace is gone in his hole. He couldn't stand the fox-hunters of the fourth district. Tilden gets two hundred and six electoral votos-twenty-nine more than aro necessary for his olection. Good I The Union-ierald fays; "The Indications are that Tildon has been elected President by a small electoral majority." How candid! The latest account from Columbia gives Hampton betweeni tvo and three thousand mna joiity, with Clarendon and Colleton yet to hear from. They say that when Hayes heard the news, he said to his informant. "Be brief-I'm ick." So said Grant when lie heard of the "tidal wave" in 1874. The Chamberlain organ in Colum bia is demoralized and catches at straws whorewith to consolo itself. It says : "The enoR mous Demo cratic frauds in New York andI Brooklyn have been mor succossful than we had lioped." How san guino you must have boon! Tilden...

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 November 1876

RAIuHOAD SOUHDUL.-The trains ->n 0. C. & A. R. R. now leave Winnsboro as follows: Going north 12.80 a. m. Going south, 1.85, a m Accommodation day trains : Going north, 11.38, a. in, Going south, 12.12. These trains meet at Winns boro. POST OFI.exu Houiu.-The post office will bo open daily (8udays excepted) from 8 A. M., to 12 M. and from 2 to 5 P. M. Northern and Southern mail close at 8 P. M. precisely. AW-Mail delivored on Sundays from 8 to 9 A. M. only. s&Y Advertisers will pcflao re member that advertisements, in order to secure insertion, must be hlanded in by nino o'clock on Tues day' morning. Contract advertise ments must be handed in by the samie hour on Monday morning. Relgious Services. Asaociate leforoeil Chiirch-1ev. J. M Obl, I A. M., 1111 8 V. M4. Y. M. C. A ,-Meeting at Methotdist Ciurhel nt li e. 1%. Meth dixt Chiiirch --11ev. (. W.aler 11, A. A.., 8 11. M. Sun ay 1 1101 10 A. M Prayer nto -ting. Tiurse;lay. 4 r. M. Ep icoial Ch1--li Rev. )J. Obar, aer vv...

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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