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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 19 November 1878

/0A L ITEMS. :' UPt-:Li v. NO 'EWEI I 19, 1878, in i. th prosvie , schvIe' arrival..,l on the hiarlotte, Cohnlilnbia and Au gusta IRailroad: D.Av P Assi-g1.:I-~GoiNg; Non-ru. Columibia~ - - 1..15 p.. 31. Ilvthowood - . 2..11 " lAI4ilewayV -. :.0:3 '' WVin11isboro4 - - ;3.;5 << voodward's - - 4.0 ' Blackstock - -- 4. " Chester . -*.-16 " D.kvPsy :in:---oloSl-u Cl .ster - - 12.17 . . llidgway . .. 2.26 Cohumbia -- - 3. 25' NW-IIT PA.TSENER-6oINU NORr. - .- 11. Wun 111b")ro.() - ,. -I .N. 3 Chve.tr -2. ..20 Wilichoro - - :.;o Colhbnnbia - 4.,') . The 11igt plassn.erstops onIly at the 1611mwing. "fations: Cha1rlote, Rovk I liill, ( 'hlest er, cwis', Wilms hor.o, Columbill, Htid-e Spring", Trenl ton, Graiiileville, Augusta, Now AdvortisomnIms. Tax Notice-I. N. WitIrs, Auditor. No o)e enll witneI('ss t he Stllerings PC the baby, withonI feelings. ol extreio pity; tor these ullv'ril,igs, 11owever, Dr. Babyll's lib Syrup is a (ern reiedy. * Wre a-, requegtei to state Ihat. tho auction...

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 November 1878

TRI WEEKLY EDITION. TElMS OF SUBSCRIPTI(ON. Tri-Wookly Ono Year. - - $4.0 64 six-months. -- - - - 2.0 Throu months. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. Ono squaro one insertion $1.00. For oach subsequent insertion 504'. Obitua r ics aid Tributes of Respect charged for a advortisements. Liberal digcount made or contract advertisements. ------ JOB WORK. Bill Heads, tetter Heads, Envolopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tickets, &c. neatly executed at this office,-CHEAP FOR CASH. TO THE TEACHERS -F Fairfield- CollnRty. TiE following' bo3ks, published by D. Appleton & Co., have been adopted by the State Board of Education, to be used for five years in all the schools through out the State; APPLETON's SERIPs OF ]READER CORNELL'O FIRST STEPS im GEoonAuy. CoRNEI4L's PIMAnY GEOunAPnY. CORNELL's INTERMEDIATE GEOOnAPH1Y. QUACKENnos' PRIMARY GnAMMAn. QUACKENOS' ENoman G4,mmAn. QUACKENDO11' ILLUSTHATED LEssONs Iw OUn LANOUAGE. QUACKENDOs' FInST LEssoNs IN CoMPosi TION. QUAcKENaoi' ComPosirIo ...

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. — 21 November 1878

Tltl-WEEKIY EDI1r(.)N.} WINNSBORO. S. C., THURkDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1878 I 2 . HAYES AND TIHE SOUTIL --0 CONFLICTING ACCOUNTS AS TO 1115 PREMENT A TTI2'UDE. Sectional Fires Rekindled at the North --A Crusade Against the "Solid South".. The Campaign of 1880 Be gun--Curioulties of Ballot-Box Stuff-. ing. [Special to the New York Tribune.] WASHINGTON, November 13.-It has been authoritatively stated to night, on behalf of the President, that no change of his Southern policy is contemplated. So far as the relations of the tieneral- Gov ernment to all the States of the Union are concernel, the President remains in precisely the same atti, tudo as he did when he entered the White House. The present condi Lion of affairs in certain of the Southern States, whereby it ap pears that large numbers of citizens have been boldly denied the right to vote, simply calls for an impar tial enforcement of the laws, and this duty is not regarded as one to be administerel in a partisan spirit. "Had the situa...

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. — 21 November 1878

WINNSBORO. 8- 0 rNOVCA1, 1Z nER 21, 1878. U. MEANS I)VIS, EDITOU. jNO. S. RP,'YXoLDS, ASSOCIATE EDITOR. 'V-I1A 11. VANDERBILT has un expectedly declined to favor Tin NEws AND ERALD with the trilling loan of a hundred thousand dollars, secured by a mortgage on our sub scription list. ,Ie feared . all along that KeariAdy's yawps. and Beast Butler's harapgues would tend to destroy credit, but we had no idea that the shock would be so violent. A CORREsPONIN.X from Barnwell writes to the JNews and Courier that the Federal officials are coulining their arrests to colored Democrats. This is a ridiculous farce. First it is charged that the whites intimidate the blacks; and then the blacks oVply are arrested. If there are enough . colored Demo crats to bulldoze Radicals, then the howls of race persecutioh are base less. Mr. layes is somewhat illogi cal. PREsuDEN I.AYEs denios that he has abandoned his Southern policy. Ile knows no section, and merely intends to see that every citizen is -pro...

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. — 21 November 1878

LOCAL ITEMS. THURSDAY, NOVEMWBER 21, 1878. RAILUOAD ScIEDULE.-The follow ing is the present schedule of arrivals, on the Charlotte, Columbia and Au gusta Railroad: DAY PASSENGER--GOu90 NORTH. Columbia - ~ 1.45 r. x. Blytiewood - - 2.41 " Ridgeway - - 3.03 " Winnsboro - - 3.35 " WoodwardWs- - 4.10 " Blackstock - - 4.15 " Chester - - 4.46 " DAY PASSENGER-GOING SOUTH. Chester - - 12.47 r. K. Blackstock - - 1.16 " Woodward's - - 1.21 " Winnsboro - - 1.56 " Ridgeway - - 2.26 " Blythewood - - 2.44 " Columbia - - 3.25 " NiGHT PASSENG1R-GOING NonTH. Columbia - - 11.10 P. M. Winnsboro - - 12.43 A. 31. Chester - . 1.48 " NIGHT PA8SENGER-GOING SOUTH. Chester - - 2.20 A. M. Winnsboro - - 3.30 " Columbia - - 4.59 " The night passenger stops only at the following stations: Charlotte, Rock Hill, Chester, Lewis', Winus boro, Columbia, Ridge Spring, Tren ton, Graniteville, Augusta. New Advertisements. Sheriff's Sale-S. W. Ruff. p -Notice to Creditors-O. R. Thomp Son. Consumption may be prevented by ...

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. — 21 November 1878

TRI WEt]&lY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Weekiy One Year. - - - -$4.0 44 is Six-months. - - - - 2.0 *. '' Three months. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERT1II1G. One square one insorton. $1.00, Fqr each subsequent insertion 504. Obitua rios and Tributes of Respect charged for a advortisements, Liberal discount miado or contract adiertisements. --- JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tickets, &c. neatly executed at this offlee,-CHEAP ]OR CASH. NEW ADYERTISMIENTS. PAUISON'S PURGATIVE PILLS make new rich blood, and will completely change the blood in the entire system in three months. Any per son who will te k pgor h i t from One o telv W=624 Iretordtosound health, if such a thing be pilbe. tent by mail for eight letter a mps. . .8. JOHNSON A CO., Bangor, Maine. DON'T SAY IIUMBUG, BUT JUDGE Foit YOUISELF. SEND.FQIt FREE LITHOGIAPII OF 5-TON FIFTY DOLLARS FREIGIIT-PAID SOLD ON TRIAL WAGON SCALE, AT.L IRON AND STEEL, BRASS BEAM. ADDRESS JONES O...

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. — 23 November 1878

rIll-WEEKLY EDITI(ON.1 WINNSBORO, S. C.. SATUIIDAY, NOVME 23.,1878{f VOL. -'N.2 MR. HAYES' PROGRAMME. -0 1rim rmnonr AND PRACTZR OP "CVIL 1ROOBNaS." The Persecutions Inflicted on Innocent Democrats, Under the Guise of Bn forcing the Laws--A Tool that Uuts Both Ways. [I-om the Netas and Cburier. The programme of President Hayes, as given in the authoritative statement published in the News and Courier yesterday, is that "every citizen shall be protected in the fill and free exercise of all rights and privileges," and that all violations of the laws should be punished by "civil processes," if possible. This is not a novel idea. Upon the prin-! ciple that civil processes are the only remedy, when the laws have been violated, the people of the United States relied for the mainte, nance of free institutions and the preservation of a Republican form of government. It was the Republi can party which went outside of the Constitution and arrested citizens without warrant, at the tinkling of ...

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 November 1878

WINNSJORO. S. 0. MATURDAY NOVEMBER 23 1878. ic. ,grNANVI, EmRTOU. jY&. &.'1EYNOLD8, A8SCIATH EDITOR. Tim LATE A. T. Stewart is reporte(l to have said "Constant advertisiiig brought me all I own." There's 11mil lous in it. Ex-Aj)jUT%ANr AN) Inspector-Gener al lI. W. Purvis has reached his level. He was arrested in Charleston a few days ago for being drunk and dis orderly. THURsDAY LAST was set apart by the City Council of Charleston as a day of thanksgiving. It was generally ob served. President Hayes has appoint ed the 28th of November as a day of general thanksgiving. The Senatorship. In a little more than a week the Legislature will be called upon to elect a successor to John J. Patterson. At present only two gentlemen are nentioned in connection with the office-Governor Hampton and Gener al Gary. Governor Hanpton, it is said, is willing to accept, in which case we presume there will be no opposition to him. But certain par ties are opposing his election on the ground 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. — 23 November 1878

I*OCAL ITEMS. NAl'URAY, xOVEXIINR 93, 18?i3. R IW,OAn SCIIEjULE.-The follow Ing is the presolit, schedule of arrivals, on te ('itrlotto, Columbia and Au gusta Railroad: DAY PAsENGER-GOING NORTH. Columbia - - 1.45 r. u. Blythewood - - 2.41 " Ridgeway - - ,03 " Winnsboro - 3.35 " Woodward's - - 4.10 " Blackstock - 4,6 " Chet3ter - 4.46 " DAY PASSENGER--GOING SOUTH. Chester - - 12.47 P. M. Blackstock - 1.16 4 Woodward's - - 1.21 " Winnsboro - - 1.56 " Ridgeway - - 2.26 " Blythewood - - 2.44 " Columbia - - 3.25 " NialT PAssENGER-GOING NORT1. Columbia - - 11.10 P. M. Winnsboro - - 12.43 t . m. Chester - - 1.48 1 NIGnT PASSENGER-GOING SouT1. Chester - - 2.20 A, M. Winnsboro - 3.30 " Columbia - 4.59 " The night passenger stopfs only at the following stations: Charlotte, Rock Hill, Chester, Lewis', Winns boro, Columbia, Ridge Spring, Tren. ton, Graniteville, Augusta. Beliaous Services. Associate Reformed Church-Rev.J. M. Todd, 11, A. Mr., and 7, P. M. Methodist Church--Rev. W. A. Rogers, 11...

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. — 23 November 1878

T]r WEEKLY EDITION. TRMS'OF SUBSCRIPTION. T-Weelcly One Year. ----$ 4.01 Six-months. 2.0 Threa months. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square one inisertion $1.00. For each subsequent insertion 604. Obitua ties and Tributes of Respect o)arged for a advertisements. Liberal discount made or contract advertisements. -0 JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tiokets, &c. neatly executed at this offioe,-O-HEAP irOR OASH. RO-A-BBAO. In teno, California, fall overcoats are' frequently made this year of tar and feathers. Only men with absolute' faith and trust in the integrity of their fel lows realy enjoy sausage. The best thing to go hunting with is a club. It doesn't 1il your legs full of shot or kill any cows grazing in the next field. The only unfavorable report about Grandfather's Clock is that it went ninety years on tiok.-Stamford Advocate. The leaves of trees, like summer boarders with bills unpaid, take their departure, leaving their tru...

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 November 1878

IST ii-iWEEKLY IEDITIO. WINNSB3ORO, S. C.. TUJESDA~Y, NOVEMBER 26, 8 oL'.~. IT WORKS BOTH WAYS. JgULLDOZING BUTLER VOTLRS ON FIO Us PrYA0UTj ROCK, How the Republicans Carried the 8 tate-Wholesale Intimidation.--A Good Place to Begin Proseoutione. [From the Uhronicle aI (blnstitionalist. ] The Now York Tribune is owned by Jay Gould, according to com mon report. Mr. Gould is not gen erally regarded as the highest type of man, in any sense of the term. He is reputed to be dangerous to the human race in many particulars. He cares for the Golden Calf and all that surrounds it; but very little indeed does the freedom of the Republic concern him. He ip said to compass his ends by exerting in flueuces which reside in abundant gold. He has made an immense fortune by gambling, and chaos is his opportunity to plunder. We can very well understand why the organ of such a man should hate a solid South, because nothing prom ises to stand so persistently in the way of the schemes of such a wreck or...

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 November 1878

w4sI andtlatrala INNSBORO, 8, C. 5DA, MOVS&DRA ds 6 1878. AN$ DA rI8, io11O. 0. -. rYNOLDSo80 ASSO1AA H nITt. TuE REPUBLICAN9 are felicitating theiselveR that resumption in 1879 is ed fact, and that it will effectually sileice all opposition before 1880. But'if resumption li January should be succeeded by greater stringency than ever during the summer and tall of 1879, it does not take a prophot ee that there will be such a tidal P -of opposition to the party of neatty eumption that Radicals and re 'ORF CAInptionists will be buried out of ht. Upon the success of the finan. I policy of the Republican party S epend in a large measure the Idntial election of 1880. )BEAST BUTLER's remark that the epublicans are in a majority In only b'lliree States of the Union, in the face of their recent boasting, though as tounding, is about true. In New York at the last election there were about 876,000Republicans,850,000Democrats and 75,000 Greenbackers; in Pennsyl vania 809,000 Republicans, 87...

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 November 1878

lOCAL ITEMS. TUASD.J , NOVEM'rEn 20, 1878. i is tIhe prlesent. sclied ule of. arrivah, mn the (i'lo(tW, Coltinlbitt and Au gulsta Ratilr-oad: DAy PAssENGER-H-OINo NoRT11. Columbia - - 1.45 r. z. BIlythewood - - 2.41 ' ji'lgeway - - 3.03 " Winnsboro - - 3.35 " Woodward's - - 4.10 " llackstock - - 4.15 ' Chester - - 4.46 " DAY PASSENEI-GOINII SoUTl[. Chester - - 12.17 1. M. UWackstock - - 1. 16 " Woodward's - - 1.21 " WNinnboo - - 1.56 " RIidlgewayV - - 2.26 " Blythewood - - 2.14 " Columbia - - 3.25 '' New Advertisemonts. Fresh G oods-WV. If. Donlly. Just Received-R. J. McCarley. Avoid Danger-McMaster & Brice. To Inventors and Mechanics-Gil more, Smith & Co. TmE BEsT MAmiNE Olr.-Call at J. F. IMCMaster & Co.'s and see it. It is the improved No. 8. It bore oir the honors at, Paris. Do not trifle with i cough, cold or allection of the throat, lungs or bronchial tilbes. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is a positive cure and prevents cn0slumplltion. * Mr. R. T. Yarborough and Troze van...

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 November 1878

I WEEKLY EDITION. MS OF SUBSCRIPTION. eekly One Year. - - - - Six-months. - - - -2.0 W Throe months. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. , suare one insertion $1.00. For VEe uent insertion 50. Obitua o Tributos of Rospect charged for Vrtisements. Liberal discount made outract advertisements. -0 JOB WORK. B3 1 Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopns Poo tor, Cards, Invitations, Tiokets, &c. neat executed at this offico,-CIIEAP T OASH. -- 1Io-A-nntAc. hen Gambotta is married, he his Wife together will only have Ce eyes, being a majority of one favoir,of his wife. An editor of the New York lerald .,ints with pride to the fact that t ho lry leader of the Ameer of anistan is an Irishman. "Put My Little Shoes Away." is is a mule song, dedicatod to e little' chap that has been hit in ear by a left-banded jackass. Aare Wouldn't have been any lin the cocoanut if some of our -ymen had had the original con otion of it.-Gincinmai Satur - Kearney is speeding to 4he OMoidont. His career in ast, like hat o...

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. — 28 November 1878

rVRL.WEEKYEDJIONI WINNSBOROa S. C., THURSDAY. NOVEMBER'1 28,1878 1 Irol2.N18 --COUNT BISMARCK AT HOME. ---- TALKS WITH TUER LORD CHANCrE LOR--FROM A tECENT DZOGRAPHY. What He Thought of Napoleon--Smok ing at Austria--The Russian Tongne as the Language of Diplomacy Moltke and Lager Beer. [Correspondence Neto Yorle Herald.] Prince Bismarck is well known as a brilliant talker, but at the same time is guarded in his expressions that are intended for public perusal. His best sayings, his clearest and "pattest" judgments of men and things, however, come from him when he is talking to his friends in his blunt, natural, unrestrained fashion. It is such off-hand opin ions and anecdotes that Dr. Moritz Busc4 has brought together 'in the two volumes just publiphed at Berlin, and from which the following apercus have been made for the London journals: nISMARCK'S OPINION OF NAPOLEON III. Bismarck seems never-at least according to his own telling-to have entertained a very high idea of Napoleon I...

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. — 28 November 1878

WY(INNSMOR0, S. C1. AVRSDAYo NOYMM,9t. 28, 1878. B. MRANS DAVIS, EmO. JKO. M. REKNOLDS, ASSOCIATH EDITOR. Ex-GOVEIRn HOUSTON succeeds Carpet-bagger Spencer as United States Senator from Alabama. INCREDIBLE AS IT Imlay appear, the Inventor and proprietor of "Pierce's patent purgative pellets" has been sent to-Congress by the New York Republicans. Thus Is the gloi'y ofthe American Eagle Pierce-ceptibly pass Ing away. TuE KINDV Of Egypt is a bank rupt, and yet is furnishing a room in the Queen Anne style at a cost of $30, 000. The last sheriff's deputy that served a summons on His Royal Highness was bastinadoed and turned out of the palace, and the rest of the creditors took warning. IT is so difficult to keep up with the attempted assassination of kings nowadays that we neglected to men tion that King Humbert, of Italy, wats recently punched by a fellow who had a dagger tied on a flag staff. The assassin was arrested, and now the police claim to have discovered the existence of a larg...

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. — 28 November 1878

LOCAL ITEMS. l'rTTH R) D Y, Oi'i:M ;1 29, 1878. Ing 1.1iIt ll.\ Ot SCll iU(Li-.-The l'ollow-. jir is thle r'e-senlt, schiedittic or arrivalo, on the Charlotte, Columbia and Au gusta Itailroitd: DAV PAsSEN(i-Gomv; NoitH. Columbia - - 4.145 r. M. ilythewood - - 2.11 " .itid1gewa1y - -- 3.03 Winnsbro - - 3.3-5" voodward's - 4.10 " 111ackstock - - -1. 15 (lestor. - - 4.16 " DAY PASSEN(MiR-GOING SOUTI. Chester - - 12.47 1. 3r. .liackslock - - 1.16 " Woodwa i- - 1.21 ' Winnsboro - - 1.56 '' Ridgeway - - 2.26 ilythewood - - 2..14 ' Coltumbia - - 2 " Now Advortieements. For Sile-Despor-tes & Monts. Shoes anld Apples-U. (1. Despor-tes. Citation-. I,. Thouplon. Professor (?) 0essley, the imianl w ith out ariq, and his Iear-ned pig have been in town. Tl cir-cus Camto to Wisllborlo, but, in consequence of the badv weather, did not stop. Col. .Jino. B. Palmer, preside'n1 of the (Charloltte, Columbia and Alugnusla Railroad, wvilH accept ourll thanks For a complimnitary tickef, over his road. ...

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. — 28 November 1878

TRI WEEKLY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Wookly Ono Year.-- - $4.0 a " Six-months. - - - - 2.0 Three months. ----- 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square ono insertion $1.00. For each subsequent insertion 50f. Obitua rties and Tributes of Respect charged for d' advertisements. Liberal discount made or contraot advertisements. JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Hoads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tickets, &c. neatly executed at this oftlee,-CHEAP FOR CASH. NEW ADYERTISEDIENTS. A GENTS WANTED-For the best and fastest selling Pictorial Books and Bibles. Prices reduced 88 per cent. NATIONAL PUBLISlING COMPANY, PhIlasaelphli. Pepwsylvana, HOUSEKEEPERS. A Postal Card sent us with your address will insure free in return, our Illustraled Cir culars of nice Ilonseturnishing Specialtic.4. PALMER & SKILTON, ManufacturPrs, 281 Pearl Street, New York. AGENTS READ THIS. EWwill pay Agents a Salary of $100 per month and expenses, or allow a large commission to sell our new and wonde...

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 November 1878

iRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C.. SA'TURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1878 VOL2. NO.A LOI THE POOR INDIAN. - - 0 WHr JE TAKES VP ARMS AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT. Interesting Address by Dr. Wayland Royt Before che Baptist Ministars - B8lIgious Rascals as Indian Agents. [Noin the Now York Ilerald.] During the past summer the Rev. Wayland Hoyt, D. D., of strong Place Baptist church, Brooklyn, took his vacation with Ganeral Miles in the Indian country. He was absent solong among the hostilos that some of his friends here feared for his safety. He, however, re turned safe and sound, full of en. thusiasm for the aborigines and con demnation for the government and the agents, who break faith and rob them unmercifully. He gave the results of his intercourse with the rad men iIq a very interesting ad dress of over an hour long yesterday to his n.inisterial b.:et.iren1 inl their conference. Ho be.ar by a:tying thAt there--are 333,0)) In,lians on Western re3ervu6ti,n, aal tuan de, soribel sorawhit in d3t ...

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 November 1878

WINNSBORO, S. 0. 8 VFDAr, NOVJOMB.ER 30, 1878. R. fRANS DAVIS, Emrou. JNo. . EAZKOLDS, ABSOCIATH EDITOH. TiME PARTY 1ACKS and political bun mers may howl theIlselves hoarse over the Solid South and the downfill of carpet-bagisin; but thinking men will reflect that with a Democratic Congress, controlled by the successors of Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Jackson, Calhoun, Clay and Randolph, there will be no more Freedmen's Bureaus, no more Credit Mobiliers, no iore sandstone swindles, no more whiskey ring frauds, no more back salary grabs, no more Robeson con tracts, no more Indian traderships and no more Mutlligan letters, no* more railroad strikes and no more financial panics. And feeling this they will thank Heaven that one section of this glorious country, at least, is solid for honesty. Governor Simpson's Message. Governor Simpson has sent his ines sage to the Legislature. It is a clear and statesmanlike document, briefly foreshadowing the course that, in his opinion, the Legis...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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