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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 7 January 1879

LOCAL ITEMS. TUEDAY, TANrUAt .7, 1870. RAILROAD SCH1EDULE1?.-Th follow ing is the present schedule of arrivals, on the Charlotte, Columbia and Au gusta Railroad: DAY PASSUNGIMR-GOINo NonTII. Columbia - - 1.45 1. m. Blythewood - - 2.41 '' RidgOway - - 3.03 '' Winnsboro - - 3.35 <' Woodward's - - 4.10 '' Blackstock - - 4.15 '' Chester - - 4.46 I< DAY PASSENGER-GOIN( SouTir. Chester - - 12.47 r. m. Blackstock . - 1.16 ' Woodward's - - 1.21 ' Winnsboro - - 1.56 ' Hidgeway - - 2.26 " vlythewood - - 2.44 ' Columbia - - 3.26 ' New Advertiments. Notice to Creditors--Cummings & Co. For the Sewing Machine-W. I. Smith. Great Reduction-John L. Mim naugh. Cheese I Cheese -W. H. Donly. QOW A neighbor informs us that his wife never knew a quiet night until the doctor prescribed Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup for her little one. * Remember that the plume drill of the Gordon Light Infantry takes place to-night at seven and a half o'clock, in the Thespian Hall. All the members of the company are exp...

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. — 7 January 1879

TRI WEEKLY EDITION. TER116 OF BUBSURIPTION. TA-Weukly Ono Year. -- - - - " Si-n:tlu s. - - - 11.0 "4 " 4 Throi months. ----1.0 R.ATELS OF ADVERTIlNG. Ono nctuaro ono insortion $1.00. oiah sul>lqiuent insertion 504. 0 rios aui Tri,butes of itegpelct ch argo * adyertisements. Liberal diecount vr ov.tract advertimements. JOBI WUUIL. B'ill Heads, Letter Headtim, nvclopos resters, Qards, Invitations, Tiokets, &c. *2atly executead at thi.s ofliQ0--C11E.Ap NOR CASH. N1EW ADVERTISEMENTS. 'f-ANTr).--A ROOD MAN FURI EVEtY tate IandI 'errltory tit 1to Uniton a fair "11 lary paId. Call Or Idtidre.-i LA ISCLIA-, Man tifacturlng comIua*y, v3 Chirk Street,, chieago. A 7 A rX v13 A 0001) AGENT to van. .I j lVaN-1 WISIA -Of S.t:., mnadjolinig towlis for the be.st selling htitiehold art ili t,hLO worilt. Tliptop prolts, wrtie at one to Now York hI.tnufatu ilog Comu panyt',J Clin11 Place, Now York. ACEN'TS' READ THIS. E will pay Agelts a Salary of wi0o per Vmonth ild e.Npelnses, or allow a laCg...

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 January 1879

RIWEEKLY ED)ITION.} WINNSBORO. c.. THURSDAY, JAN UARY 9, 1879 {VOL. 2. NO. 14 "THERE'S DEATIH IN THE POT." --0 COMPOUNDS O STARCTI, LM1[ AND OPPRRAS SOLD FOlt SYlt UP. A Distinguished Chemist, Tells the Tale --Startling Stories of the Adultera tion of Syrup --Faots Every House keeper Should Know. Tho adulteration of sugars has recently caused Some inquiry, prin cipally because of the charge that importers color refined sugars in order to escape the heavy duties on the higher grades. During the investigation, leading exports testifiod that no pure sugar can be found in the market. Recently, too, Professor Kedzie, president of the Board of Health of Michigan, delivered a lecture on this subject, his attention having boon called to it by the poisoning of a family in Michigan fron eating adulterated syrup. The lecture is full of inter est but is too long to be reproduc ed. Some of its solvent points will be given. Professor Kedzio says that - the Anglo-Saxon is pro eminently the SUOAR C...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 9 January 1879

WJNNSBOR~O. S. 0.w a THURUSDAY, JANUAtY 0, : 1879, It. M11ANS DAYIN, H101Ten. JNO. S. t H YNOI,DS. A11o9iAr HmTou. Tni w IVEAIlR still conitinues uni precedItlly CoIl all over the Union. The IIudsolt River was frozen over at Yonkers, near New York, for the first tine in tweity years. A number of vessels Were h1emm1111ed in by ice in tihe harbor, a very serious matter, as every day's leiay costs a coastwise vessel five hundred dollars, and one bouiid for Europe, a thouisand dollars. GovmINoi Scm-soN has appointed Senator A. 11. Butler, of Aiken, filsh Commissioner for the State. This is one of the feIw offices to which no salary attaches. Colonel Butler's first official act, will be to stock the rivers in upper South Carolina with four hundred thousand young Call fornia salmon, prescuted to the State by the fish commissioner of M.ary land. A'r A GE1NIRAL clection held in France oi Sunday (such elections are always held oin Sunday) the Re publicaus gained control of the Sen ate, which...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 9 January 1879

UjOCAL ITEIS. SIURSDAY, JAUUA.Y 9, . M79. AILROA) ScI )ULE.-he',1 follow ing is the preselit s8iedule of' arrivals, on the Charlotte, Columbia and Au gusta Railroad: DAY PASSENGIR-GOING NOnRTH. Columbia - - 1.45 1. m. BlyNthewood - - 2.41 " Ri'dgeway - - 3.03 " Winnsboro - - 3.35 " Woodward's - - 4.10 !' Blackstock - - 4.15 " Chester - - 4.46 I DAY PASSUNGER-0-ONG SOUTI. Chester - - 12.47 1. u. Blackstock - - 1.16 " Woodward's - - 1.21 " W1innsboro - - 1.56 4 iidgeway - - 2.26 " 11lythewood - - 2.44 " Colunbia - - 3.2k " Now Advortiments. Masonic Meeting--G. B. McCauts, Secretary.. Knights of Honor-E. S. Chandler Secretary. Governor I Hamipiol has ordered a pair of crutches from Now York, and is expected soon to put them to use. The cold of the past few days has covered the mill ponds near town with ico several inches thick, and amateur skaters have been disporting themselves upon its slippery surface. Every mother-in-law should recom mnd Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup for her grand-children...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 9 January 1879

X._,tt~hus and "jcrah1l TRI WIEEKLY EDITION. TA OF SU.3OITION. Trt-Weekly One Year.- -- - - .0 " " Six-monthis. -2.0 " Three months. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISNG. One square one insertion $1.00. eah subsequent insertioin 504. 0 #ieu and Tributes of Respect charge 4 advertisemnents. Liberal discount er eentrao6 advertisements. JOB WORK. Dill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes ]esters, Cards, Invitations, Tioketq, &o. aeatly exeouted at this ofilce,-CREAP VOn CASH. PIANOS & ORANS! GRAND INTRODUCTION SALE. ONE THOUSAND Superb Instruments PRO-M T.HE BEST. MAKERS TO DIC SOLD AT Manufacturers' Rates. SPECIAL ANNOUNC1IDNT. Te1 of the leading MAntiatet.uror's of t he it. 8., ha,1ve giveii 11H1 OXC)USIV C0111 rol of t.heir In Intruments11 Ihe South, iid ant.horized tin to CE for introditct.tonl and advert18inent., ONU U1HOLISAND of tlheIr bost. hintii lii I rpre sentative Southern iolswholis at Factory W1101,10SALIC HtAICH. T1hlis GRAND INTRODUCTION SALE Coamenlcod Nov. 1, and will onit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 11 January 1879

___41IL be_Aubt5eaft TRI-WEEKLY-EDAffic) Nei- WINNSBORtOo S. C., SArUltDA'Y, JANUARY 11, 1879 {NOL.2 & A RIC1 INTERVIEW. 0 HOW JONES, OF XVNEADA, TIEWS TIX H1LUTUAION. Not Pledged to Grant for a Third Term--A Lively Description of the South as Been, Through Northern Sp ectacles. ["Gah" in lte Ciininali 1qitirer.] "Senator, do you regret that General Grant signed the veto of the Inflation bill following your gold speech in the Senate ?" "I believe that at that time lie thought he had done the great act of his life. I admit," said the Sena tor, "that I applauded Grant's act heartily and spoke in favor of that step. I think now that lie and I made a tremendous mistake. When I advocated specie and speedy re sumption I was only in the vestibule of later convictions which have made me believe in nothing but the money of intelligence." "Are the people on the Pacific side rather well disposed toward the Republican party and Grant for President ?" "There is no doubt," said Senator Jones,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 11 January 1879

YIiNSBORO, S 0. #ATURDA), JANUAieY , : 1879, Ih M ICANS DA VIS, 9oiton. JNO. 8. RRYNOLDS. AsW)CIATH EWTOR. NEw YORK Republicans say that Tilden is preparing to run for gover nor of New York in the fall. If so he will put up a rattling little fight. THE EmSTo Clarion has changed its name to that of the Orangeburg Demo erat. Under the managoinent of Messrs. Sims and Sheridan it promises to give the people of Orangeburg a live Demoeratic paper. Mr. Charles Potty has bought out the Spartauburg Spartan, and will conduct it in future. Mr. Petty is wide awake and well posted, and will make a good paper. The H1ami:ton aerald has changed its name to the Rock Hill Herald. Capt Ivy is making quite a success in the newspaper line, and his efforts should be fully appreciated. CONGUEssMAN WURiAnRG, of Geor gia, died on Wednesday of pneumonia ill Washington after a brief illness. -te had served several years most acceptably, but declined a re-cleetion to the forty-sixth Congress. At the same time ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 11 January 1879

LOCAL ITEMS. !ATURDAY, JANUARY11, : : ?679. RAILUOAD Scommm,--..-The Follow ing is tlio prosent schedule of arrivals, on the Charlotte, Columbia and Au gusta iailroad: DAY PASSENGR--GOIN NoRrl. Columbia - - 1.45 1. m. Blythewood - - 2.41 ' Ridgeway - - 3.03 " Winmsboro - - 3.35 ' Woodward's - - 4.10 " Blackstock - - 4.15 Chester - - 4.46 ' DAY PASSENGER-GOING SOUT. Chester . . 12.47 v. hi. Blackstock - - 1.16 " Woodward's - - 1.21 " Winnsboro - - 1.56 ' .I idgeway - - 2.26 ' lytihewood - - 2.44 ' Columbia - - 3.2 ' Roligious Services. Associate Reformed Church-Rcv. J. M. Todd, 11, A. M., and 7, P. m. Episcopal Church-Rev. J. Obear, services every Sunday except the 2nd Sunday of the month; at I1 A. bl. Presbyterian Church-ev. 11. B. Pratt, 11 A. m. and 3: 30 1'. M. Sun day School, 9 A. 1r. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 3: 30 1,. Bi. Methodist Church-Rev. W. A. Rogers, 11 A. m. and 7, 1-. m. Sunday School, 10 A. M. Prayer Meeting on Thursday at 7, r. m. ENow AdvertinEnts. Notice-R. Means...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 11 January 1879

TERM$ OF SUBSCRIPTION. TA-Weekly One Year. - - - - $4.0 "Six-inonths. - - -- - 2.0 "Thre mouths. - - - 1.0 UATEIS OF ADVERTIS1NG. One sqitaro one insertion $1.00. *%oh subseq ent insertion 504. O riot and Tributos of Rexpect char go 4 advortisouelents. Liberal discou nt or doutract adertifoinents. JOB WORK. 3111 Heads, Letter I1cads, EnTelopos rssters, Cards, Invitations. Tiokets, &c. &ently executed at this oice.-CH1EAP Vol% CA311. IAiOS & ORGANS! GRANI) INTRODUCTION SALE, ONE THOUSAND Superb Instuiments FR()OM THE BEST., MAKERS TO 1E SOLD AT 1Manuracturers' Rates. SI'CIATL ANNOUNCH1DNT. Tel of t he letmiling 'Nla11nnfit ottiri"s of Ihe U. ., tlive gIven is x Icllslvu (a t 0 i of heir in 14tri vilts Ill the. i S th, linld filt lorizect u.Is to pline foint rdite 19110111t0t an il etrtiluent,, ONES VIIU11 4AND of t hir bo.s;1. lInsitrill IIll 1eere 14('11111iVO 8011001 11 11111ift.hL at Fac ory WHOLESA LE HIATES. 'lis GRAND INTITODUCTION SALE CorrnIllel rl Nov. 1, id< ...

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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. — 14 January 1879

1Rlt-WjEEKL-Y EI4")TION.} WNNSBORO. S. C., TUESDAY, JA1NUARY 14. 1879 {VOL. 2. NO.14 Acts Passed at the Recent Short So sion of the Legislaturo. AN AOT to repeal ani Act entitled "All Act to regulate the Granting of Divorces in this St tto." Be it enalded by the So nate and House of Ropresentatives of the State of Carolina, now mnct and sit ting in Goneral Assombly, and by the authority of the sa:no : That all acts and parts of acts horetoforo passed, rolating to the granting of divorces, bo and the samo arc hereby repeled. Approved Dcccmber 20,1878. AN ACT to Punish Assault or As sault and Battery with any Fire arm coimmitted Oil Streets or Places of Public Resort. -e it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of South Carolina, now met and sitting in General Assembly, and by the authority of the(3 same': That any person hereafter coi victod of any assault or assault and battery committed by shooting with any firearm on the treet of any iln - corporated city...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 14 January 1879

WINNSBORO, S. 0. TUE'SDAY, JAUA"Y 14, S S1870, n. MHANS DA V1r, Evrrou. JNO. 8. JtYNOLD, ASSOIATH EDTOn. Ben Hill Broke Loose in Georgia. The Georgia Democracy are getting up a regular kilkeiny cat fight, the leaders o either sidu being Senator Blen 11111 and Goveriior Co4quitt. The cause has been given before but may be repeated. Several years ago the North Eastern liailroad, of Goorgia, desired State eidorsement for her bonds, anid the question aroso whether Governor Colquitt was authorized or not by law to make the endorsomeit. It was claied that, the road had not fulfilled the Coiditions as to length of track laid-no consectitive twenty miles, we believe, having been laid at any point along the line. Gover nor Cohillitt at first hesituted to sign the bonds, but times got hard and the Atlanita Rolling Mills were about to gobble up the road for iron furnished. As the occasion was urgent, Governor Colquitt, - after hearinig argument, decided that it was for the good of the road 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. — 14 January 1879

LOCAL ITEMS. TUESDAY, JANVARY 1, *679, XALICOAD SCUEDULC.-The follow ing is the present schedule of arrivals, on the Charlotte, Columbia and Au gustia iailroad: D AY PASSEN UC-GOING NOnTIr. Columbia - - 1.45 1. x. llythewood - 2.41 " RIidgevay - - 3.03 " Winnsboro - - 3.35 " Woodward's - - 4.10 " Blackstock - - 4.15 " Chester - -. 4.46 " DAY PASSENGER-GOING SOUTH. Chestor - - 12.47 r. m. Blackstock - - 1.16 " Woodward's - - 1.21 4 Winnsboro - - 1.56 " Ridgeway - - 2.26 " Illyfliewood - - 2.44 " Columbia - - 3.26 " New Advertiments. Probate Sale-J. R. Boyles. School Notice-County Examiners. Fairfield Fire Engine Company-E. S. Chandler, Secretary. So an important school notice this mnorning. "IMy mother-in-law is a walking ad vertisement for Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup," a subscriber romarked yes terday, "she recommends it every where." * DRATHS.-Mr. W. T. Thorn, son of Dr. William Thorn, of this county, died on Sunday morning. Mr. Thorn was a most estimable citizen, and had a large circle ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 14 January 1879

aIhe x1en$ andl Wrald TRI W EkILY EITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTiON. TrA-Weekly One Year. - - - - $4.0 Six-months. -- -- - -- 2.0 " " Three mouths. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One sjuare one insertion $1.00. *ash subequent in.8ortion 504. 0 ries and Tri buto of Respect chargO a advertisomonts. Liberal discou nt er eentraot advert0oments. JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes P*sterv, Cards, Invitations, Tiokets, &o. seatly oxeouted at this offioe,-CIIEAP IOR 0ASH. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. UNITED3 STATES GOVERMENT. EXECUTIVE. President-Rutherford B. Hayes, of Ohio, to March 4, 1881. Secretary of Stato-William M. Evarts, of Now York. Secretary of Treasury-John Sherman, of Ohio. Secrotary of War-Gco. W. Mc Crary, of Iowa. Secretary of Navy-Richard Thompson, of Indiana. Secretary of Interior-Carl Schurz, of Missouri. Attorney Genoral-Charlos Dov ens, of Massachusetts. Postinaster General-David M. Key, of Tennesseo. LEGISLATIVE. President of the Son at(--William A. Wheolor, of Now...

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. — 16 January 1879

AP K*be Weie a'b ltSalU - .N.} W.J9Y L . . ftl{-WFjC4 KL7YED1TIo.} AVINNSBRO,O S. C..'TI'URISDA Y, JANUARY 16,1i87(,) {V'OI~..N. A CELEBRATED CASE. _--0-_ .1107 IrIMUM E'S VOIADJIV.48 FXD OX w1nEINIV. Revolting Testimony of One of the Parties to the Crime--Prolonged At tempts at Poisoning--Success at Last. Norwich, Connecticut, is enjoying a first class sensation. Last June, Charles H. Cobb, Jr., a popular citizon, died after several months of bad health. Poisoning being sus pected, his wife, Kate Cobb, and a grocer named Bishop, who used to visit her, were arrested for mur. der. Bishop made several different confessions. The case has been going on for some timo- The last confession made by Bishop on the stand was a most revolting one, showing that persistent attempts to poison Cobb had boon made for months. Some of his evidence is given below. After saying that he and his wife had been intimate friends of the Cobb's, he continues: "BIURIIEI AND MARRIAOE." At her house in October, 1...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 16 January 1879

WNNSBORO, S. 0. 'H1Ujt.BD JAIT.AA 10, j 187p, R. MMA MS DA VIS, B,TOr. FNQ. S. 12YNOLDS. AssocATH CDritOn. (OVERNoU IIAMPTON Will inake his first appearance in Charleston on the 22nd of February, if his health per G EN. DICK ANDEiisoN has not been appointed Inspector of Phosphates, but is a sub-inspector. Col. Thomas Taylor still retains the inspectorship. THE NEw YouK -erald says: "Pro fessor Von Holst, of Freiburg, who has been seit to this country by the German Academy of Sciences to com plte his great work on the United States, will lecture at Steinway HILl, next Wednesday evening, on Cal houn. The Professor is regarded in Europe as the best authority on American constitutional history, and his lecture is likely to be heard with interest." When a person of such eminence as Professor Von Hoist an niouncos a lecture In New York on Calhoun, it may indeed be hoped that the South is beginning to get her vindication in history. Will it be Sammy? .tolitical circles were stirred by the ...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 16 January 1879

U40CAL 1TEMS.__ T'fUIISD tt cf.-INVARIY10, f 879. RAILROAD SC11RDULR'.--2'lhC follow ing is the p)resent schedulo or arrivais, oni the Chairlotte, Columbia and Au D)AY 1'A8SLNWnt-Goi?;,u NonTIL Columbia - - 1.45 1-. lit. Blytheivood - - 2.41" Ridgeway - - 3.03" Winnsboro - - 3.35" W'oodwvard's - - 4.10" Bilackstock - - 4.15 Chester - - 4.46" DAY, PAURBNOICI-GOIN~G SOUTIL Chester - 12.47 1,-. m. Bllackstock - - 1.16" 'Woodward's - - 1.21" Winnsboro - - 1.56" Rtidgway -2.26 131vtliewood -2.44" C(Aunibla - - 3.26 Now Advertimens. Notice for final discharge-Johis Chapman. Reinoval-F. Gerig &.Son. To the Citizens of Fairfleld-Sax genheimer~ & Groeschel. Mr. 11. Baruch, a prominent mncr chant of Camden, has removed to Charlotte, N. C. Hle was for several years iu Winnsboro. A crying babi ir,a bore to the whole neighborhood, and the parents should be forced to keep Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup handy. Price 25 cents.* The p)ublic punip, which is a great convenien6e to thle town, hai been o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 16 January 1879

TER[S OF SUBSCUIPTION. Tri-Weekly One Yoar. $- - - -- 4.0 " " Iix-moths. - - - 2.0 Thro- nontiv. - - - 1.0 RATES OF AUVERTISING. One square one insertion $1.00. each subsoquent in8ortion 504. 0 ples and Tributoi of lRspect charge a advortisenoents. Liberal discoun t er soutrot advertisements. JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Lettet H1oads, Envelopes 16onters, Cards, Invitattionm, Tiokkgs, &c, iatly exeouted at this offce,-CIIEAP POR CASH, OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES GOVEltNMENT, EXECUTIVE. President-Rutherford B. Hayes, of Ohio, to March 4, 1881. Secrotary of State-William M. Evarts, of Now York. Secretary of Treasury-John Sherman, of Ohio. Secretary of War-Goo. W. Mc Crary, of Iowa. Secretary of Navy-Richard Thompson, of Indiana. Secretary of Interior-Carl Schurz, of Missouri. Attorney General-Charles Dev ois, of Massachusetts. Postamastor General-David M. Key, of Tennessee. LEGISLATIVE. President of the Senate--Willian A. Wheeler, of New York. Secretary of Senate-Georgo C. Gorham, ...

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. — 18 January 1879

4L4 rjRjWEE LY E ITI NJ INNS IM,S. .. K A ult AY, ANU RY 8,189 1VO HALF AND HALF. 0 THE LIBERAL VIE IVS OF A "HARD MHELL" PREACHER. A Sermon Upon the Different Denomi nations into Which the Christain Church is Divided. A lady correspondent of an ex change gives a sketch of a sermon she heard in Georgia, from which we give an extract: The preacher was apparently about fifty years of age, muscular and well proportioned. On enter ing the pulpit he took off his coat and hung it on a nail behind him, then opened his collar and wrist bands, and wiped the perspiration from his face, neck and hands. He was clad in striped-cotton home spun, and his shirt was of the same material. He had traveled several miles that morning, and seemed almost overcome by the heat. But the brethren sung a couple of hymns while he cooled off, and when he rose he looked comfortable and good natured. He had preached there once or twice before, but to most of the audience he was a stranger. Hence he thought it nece...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 18 January 1879

V1t~ews and raid~ WINNSBORO, S. C. fArVDATO JA"VAnr 18, 1 1879, As JMANS DA V8, fnmou. J"O. A. R.MNOLDis ASMIm 9DRos. OPPONE14rS o Senator 1ill claim that he Is in the same boat with Murphy, because he. while United States Senator, tried to do for a fee what Murphy succeeded in doing. It is charged, also, that he ol'ered to compromise with Murphy, and say nothing for half the fee. If so this makes Murphy no better, but Senator 1Il1 worse. A MILITARY comtilssion is Investi gating charges of cowardice preferred against Major Reno who, it is alleged, stood with several hundred men with!n hearing of' the battle and allowed Custer and all his men to be massacred by the Indians. The case made against him ls quite strong, but Heno claims that he can successfully refute all charges, -a - - Two MoRMON ladies recently visited Mrs. Hayes and represented that the enforcement of the anti-polygamy laws of Congress will make outcasts of fifty thousand women and make thou sands of innocent, childre...

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