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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 25 February 1879

'11VE_EKL_Y EDI1I0N.} WINNSBO.RO. S. C. TUESDAY, 1'EBLIUAR Y :25, L8hI ; V., Ak R.!ated by a Per on Who Was a F"ien( to :oli Truth. 'The) hitad be tallkingt about the romarkable performances of Dr. Carver, the mai'rksman, who shoots with a rifle glass balls which arc sent into the air as fast as a man can throw them. Presently Abner B3yng, who was sitting by, said: "That's nothing." "What is not.ling ?" "Why, that shouting. Did you ever know '1:oun Potter ?" "No." "'ell, Potter was the best hand with the rifle I ever saw ; beat this 1mn Carver all hollow. I'll toll you what I've s3en this man Potter do. You kauw, amylb}, along there in cherry re :son \irs. Pott.er w.,uld want to pr e(ervu some clieheri:rs, so Tom woul:d pick 'em for her, and how d.> vo: tinklc he'I stono 'emi?" "I don't kno.v. H{ow ?" "Why, he'l fill his gun with bird shot and get a boy to drop half a bushel of cherries at one time from the roof of a house. As they came down he'd fire and take the stone clean out...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 25 February 1879

w~ LNNNW)JM, ).S. C. TU DA I,F'E liAlt Y *', :l 1871 it. MIE.* AN VIN , Prrrorc. JXU0. S. RI EYNOL,. Associ.m: EDITou. ConnlN BEI,LOWS like an Ancdlaliusia bull at the prospect that several Bt publicans will vote against himl. 11 llay paw 1111(1 sttllp and tling dirt but that will not prevent his joinin 'atterson and Chamberlain in politics obscurityv. ZAcn OintX.ll,aat has takeln his se1 as Senator tront l icbigan, se Cllristianey, resigled. Old Zach i the hlar(lest Case in thle United Stte.s Ile it was Wiho en;gineered the whlol election conspiracy in 1876, and I wants to get into public life so ats t( have a handi in I Stl. 'Tl:E Chronicle savs thatt a despatel has been received from Genevt stating that a colony of Swiss has jus left that place for Georgia. Tih Chronicle is encouraged to hope thl these hardy mountaineers may be ti precursors of a large stream of inm migration to that State. MR. A. C. Tity, of Chicago, ha been to Columbia ont a tour of inl spectioll. As a result o...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 25 February 1879

1"OCAL 1IEIS. 2' USAe1. FEl.lt UAt 1 2R, iS9, I1.ttt.\., SCIIEDU1.E.-The follow. il.1 is the prese"t schedile of arrivals on the Charlotte, Columbit and Au. gusta lRailroad:-. DA Y l'ASS1 NGER--GOIoiNn-rlui. ('olumbia - - 1.15 r. a 11vthewood - - 2..1 " i'dgeway .- - 3.3 '' \,Iinsb)oro - - 3.3 ( Woodward's . . '1.10 " Blackstock - - 4.15 " Chester - - 4.46 " D AY 'ASSEN(;}:Et-(X'N (1Sou'r1i. Chester - - 12.47 1. At ltlackstock - - 1.16 " Woodward's - - 1.21 " Winnsboro - - 1.56 ' lidgewa - - 2.26 " 3lythewood - - 2.44 " Coli'nibla - - 3.25 r ew Advertiments. Auditor's Sale--I. N. Withers. Notice for Final Discharge--Mrs. M M. Smith. The desks presented by Colonel Rior have been placed in the school. They are very handsonv- and comfbrtablu, We are glad to hear from "Gunter' and "Retlaw" again, aid hope out other corresondents will favor us also. I have used Dr. Ilull's Cough Syrup and found it the best. cough remedy I ever tried.-W. P. Clarke, 920 Wal nut Street, Philadelphia, Novemb...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 25 February 1879

I':It S T 1' S,i.M. . : I . Uts A 0L'zi , u .it:. ' I r .t t;eh:1 tn O .: -t;t i; rt to .t s ,ydve,?1rd Sl1:1ti.''. l tt.'r:t a a -.v l . Or c r c t ..L -. ttLit:.et .' lilll IlI a i , t. o i H;.. . .i , i'NITID ST .\T'i'E- 4;t)\ 1.:i:\.\!F.NT. Pre;idtI1 - I ith : .c', B1 . 1 Hl.at. of Ohio, to Matrch 4[, i 1. Secretaiv of Stale' - illi::u M. Evarts, of Nev; Y :. lteil:llll, (ifio Crarv. o 1o.f Th .lerk Ge . l.Adu.,, j. uek.. 'PREME":)1" t.'r t'i'l' T' IF:Nl E1) CT..\T .. Chief JAuice---! l. . I 1. \\'at, of Ohio. Aisociatt Ju .e -Hen. Wrd .u[nt., of N ew York: I t. N . t'litl'ord. of '\laiLtt ; lion:. N o:hS !I. .Swayne, of iio : fioj.md- F. Miller, of .w .: ildt, of Ca:uhliforni t . \'il : .. Citru ing. of e nnsy1lva n 'tia; .Ju pnt'4i( 1'.1Bradley, of New dle y 1. 'Ihe Supl:re C hoht ( Lut 11U111 oue 1)sesion (1Ia ttd y, in at 'i,g o1n, bLeg;inninll; on1 the firsl t Mrontlidy in D)ecem1ber. L'''I) STI.\TIES t:)I'I,1T, IN Circuit Judge- -- hi L. ound41. Circuit Clerk,bimtc 1 Ut;d....

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. — 27 February 1879

IFr____ ______ rIf.Y14EIY 9DIY1Irr. WI1BIO .C IIUSDY FBU R'7 8~ Y h3 OI EXPENSIVE PANTAiOONS. WH3AT A SINGL7 PAIt COST Tlr: GO 1'EJNMENT. A Notable Example of Red-Tapolsm A Little Claim Which Passod Through tho Hands of Lieutenants and Cap tains and Generals and Got into Con gress. (Vsiingron LeUcr.3 It soms that the trousers and blank et of Privato Wim. Hines, Company F, Eightocuth United States Infantry, are still before Congress. A report on them has lately been nade by the senate committee on military affairs. Probably such an exaggerated case of red-tapoisn never occurred before. It illustrates bettor than anything can the man in which business is conducted in Washington. It is no wonder that the heads of bureaus and depart nents are continually calling for more clerks and messengers and porters and laborers, notwithstand. ing the fact that these employees are now so thick they are continual ly running against each othe:-, or stepping on oaeh other, or waking each other up with...

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. — 27 February 1879

WINNSBORO, S. C. THlU18DAY, .FJ'Dl tY 27, :1879. it. M EANS 1), VIN, IDITon. J.YO. S. JREYNOLJI)5, AssOCIATS EDITOR. TEII>; News and Courier is engaged in a heated controversy with the Abbeville iMedium and the Anderson papers upon the subject of the public debt and the phosphates. Tiu; SaNAT'rE on Tuesday by a vote of yeas twenty-flive, nays thirty-six, reftsed to take up (lie resolution de claring D. T. Corbin entitled to the seat as Senator from South Carolina In the place of General Butler. Messrs. Cameron, of Pennsylvania, Conover, Matthews and Patterson voted with the Democrats in the negative. This decides the case in Butler's favor. WASINGTON'S Ba Irn DAY was cele brated with great colat in Charleston. A magnificent military display occu pied the day, while the evening was passed in hearing an address by Maj. II. S. Thompson before the Citadel graduates, and by the presentation to Dr. Grange Si8tons of a hamdsome jewel in recognition of his services in the yellow fever ep...

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. — 27 February 1879

F,OCAL ITEMS. THURSDAY, FIC1lt UAR 1' 27, . 1870. ItAILROAI) SCIIEUULE.--The follow hig is the present schedule of arrivals, on the Charlotte, Columbia and Au gusta.ltailroa(: DAY PASsENGER--Go1Nu NORTII. Columbia - - 1.45 r. 1r. Blythewood - - 2.41 " Ri'dgeway - - 3.03 " Wimsboro - - 3.35 c Woodward's - - 4.10 " Blackstock - - 4.15 " Chester - - 4.46 " DAY PASSENGER-GOINO SOUTH. Chester - - 12.47 P. ar. Blaekstock - - 1.16 '' Woodward's - - 1.21 " Winnsboro - - 1.56 " Ridtlgeway - - 2.26 '' Blvthewood - - 2.44 " Columbia - - 3.25 " rew Advertiments. Knights of Honor-E. S. Chandler, Reporter. Worm Oil-Dr. E. S. Lyndon. T. R. Robertson, Esq., has been re appointed trial justice for the term of two years. We are pleased to sec in town Dr. T. C. Robertson, the popular and eflicient county treasurer of York. lie is on a short visit to his relatives here. STY S.-A seal skin jacket is no doubt very stylish, but it is a perfect trap for catching cold. We would advise all ladies wearing the...

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. — 27 February 1879

heP1tus nad XQpald TEI WEERLY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Wookly Ono Year. - - -- -- $4.0 " Six-months. 2.0 S " T'1'iro months. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square one insortion $1.00. each subsoquont iusertion 504. 0 r ies and Trib utos of etospoot oh ar go s advortisosnonts. Liberal discount. or contract advortisonents. JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, '.iokots, &o. neatly executed at this oflice,-CHEAP P9R CASH. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. EXECUTIVE. President-Rutherford B. Hayes, of Ohio, to March 4, 1881. Secretary of State-William M. Evarts, of Now York. Secretary of Treasury-John Sherman, of Ohio. Secretary of War-Geo. W. Mc Crary, of Iowa. Secretary of Navy-Richard Thompson, of Indiana. Secretary of Interior-Carl Schurz, of Missouri. Attorney General-Charles Dev ens, of Massachusetts. Postmaster General-David M. Key, of Tennessee. LEGISL V1 IVE. President of the Senate-William A. Wheeler, of.Tow Y...

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. — 1 March 1879

** --DITIO ViNNSifO, SA T URAY, MAIRCI1 187$ IZN EDISON AS A NEWSBOY. 1 - 0 110W HEl STARTLsD A PAPERR AND WILY IT ,S USl'EDED. jR lis Prodigal Customors--A Novel Way to Dispose of Old Stock in Trade. I The following characteristic 1 sketches of the early days of Edison are from the advance of his biogra.. ghy, now being written : While running as a newsboys On 1 the Grand Trunk Railway, Edison started a paper, printed by him self. and called "'iae Grand Trunk ] herald." It succeeded well for a a time, but .'uccumbed under igno- 1 mtilious circumstances. Ie had writton sonething ag: inst a store- 1 keeper in Huron ram1ed Bockers, and the next day Bockers met him at the wharf, seized him by the i nape of the neck and the seat of his breeches, and gave him a swing. A splash, t splutter, and the head of the editor appeared again above the water. He swain out safely but i abandoned journalism. now HE SOLD OUT HIS STOCK. Not long after the inglorious downfall of the short lived paper <...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 1 March 1879

Wv7:'N.iOJ1to, S. e. B1'URDAY, 1ALLIWI I, 1 187t it. Ar ANt YS D.L 1'I8,,u t 1on. JN(,. S. It IYNoLI), AssoCIATY EIITon. Gov:t.xon IIMIrox, on the 24, tilt., wrote ia letter to LietltCitllt Goa ertior Simp'son, forimtally resigning hi office. Governor Simpson has accort ingly issued his proclamation, an assumed the gubernatorial chair. Tll RADiCATs charge Tilden wit corruption because, as they say, I at least. condoned Pelton's oflence an retained him in his household; an they have no criticisms to make < Mr. Hayes, who retains in office ever Returning Board rascal that ol'ered t sell himself. Yet no one denies th: the offer to sell integrity is a muc more heinous offence than an att..mtl to buy. Pelton offered only eight thousand in gross, while Ilayes giv< two hundred thousand a year i salaries. Virginia Compromising, The Legislature of Virginia is o the point of settlintg her public deb The proposition agreed upon1 with ti bondholders is to issue new bon payable in thirty y...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 1 March 1879

S.-. Assoc iat i l ried I "n ---- \ ..). 1. ' dd( , I 1, . ..i :N 7, . t )I.a 4'rI':j'4ice eve'r' ISuday (''''t the :>id St1l1(la ' o11 Illni tlh ; ll a I .\. Si, Pre'-byVI(ritln ('hllrchI-I,(r. I [. 1B. .P'rait, 1 . I ti . :n (I ;)::I4 i'. it. 44l.. (day\ s-boo)l,)3 .\. \.1, ye nelnr W eel ay('4.t , ; ::In '. a 1 \!e'1i44thd 1i. t's! l :hurch-l -r. . A. l \ ! e r .,'( lt i. ( ' l . , r l t a I ' 7 \ 1--. " ,. t1 Nl.41l:lhlIIlp~'.:! ;11 (1 i 1-"2, inoi 1tnall 1y 1c1o .l II. s. ':. 1'r;:".''r \lee in: <m hur.alayat 7 I-:', . . M (Il(llllc on w\ill le'ti urle 1hi af11tlOonI at I O''ebwkL.:tm:l 1)r(,;,b t) iO-orrow" at 11 u'tlclc, .A. M. .'.- A(veri;iun r..'. I lans-,J. :\ . l;(et V & Co. \I:1,onl \I(+t"b: r-JI. z. ( ;liner, I1 ' U e' i il 1 . :n0 if v",I Vi.-lh tO iv do'( (I t-i bill'. I )1r. tI ll's C;OlI;lI Syrup.~I' 1'r -.:\Y.-:s ()it the 4 I : i: 4 1 'h l till.. .1.,lll .\I'\ i lu , %\ . \: , (:;''" no':' ni I n th I \1'i llat: I iy1".,. wlii :t 1h: .'r - i :|\ Ih., ( tC...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 1 March 1879

Till WEERLY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Weekly One Year. - - - - $1.0 6 " Six-inlonths. - - -- -- 2.0 4 '' Thre a months. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. Ono square one insertion $1.00. each subsog1 nent insert ion 504'. 0 rios and Trit,utos of Respect char go a a<lvertisements. Liberal discou ut or contract advortisements. JOB WORK. ill Heads, Lotter Heads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, T'iokets, &c. neatly executed at this onlie,-CIIEAI' 2OR CASH. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. EXEoU'!'. President-Ruthor ford B. Hayes, of Ohio, to March 4, 1881. Secretary of State-Willitan M. Evarts, of New York. Secretary of Treasury-John Sherman, of Ohio. Secretary of War-Geo. W. Mc Crary, of Iowa. Secretary of Navy-Richard Thompson, of Indiana. Secretary of Interior-Carl Schurz, of Missouri. Attorney General-Charkcs Dcv ens, of Massachusetts. Postmaster General--David MI.I Key, of Tennessee. LEGISLATIVE. President of the Senate-William A. Wheeler, of Now Y...

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. — 4 March 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION.) WINNSBORO, S. C. TC UEMDA Y,1MA RC4879 V.IOL. 3. NO. 14 GOY. HAMP'ON'S FAREWELL. UE RESIGNS AS GOVEItNOR AND. IS COMMISSIONED SENA TOR. Governor Simpson Quietly Inaugurat ed--Hampton's Letter of Besigna tion- He Explains Why He Did Not Resign Before- Allusions to His Feeble Health--Thanks for the Past and Hopes for the Future. Governor Hampton's letter of resignation was received last Wed.. nesday and he was duly commis - sioned as United States Senator, and his certificate of election for warded to Senator Butler for pre sentation. Governor Simpson qualified as Governor before Chief Justice Willard, the ceremony geing quietly performed in the attorney.general's office, and has issued his proclama tion, in which he announces that in consequence of a letter of resigna tion received from Governor Hamp ton, he has taken the oath of office as Governor and entered upon the duties of the office. Governor Hampton's letter is as follows: OAKLAND, S. C., Feb. 24, 1879. M...

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. — 4 March 1879

WINN.SBOO, S. 0. 2UESDAY, MA RCI 4: : 1879. R. MEANN DAVIY, EDITOR. JNO. S. REYNOLDS. ASSOCIATE EDITOR. LATEST ACCOUNTS from Washington indicate an extra session as inevitable. The two houses have disagreed on the appropriation bills. CoRBIN has caved. On Friday last the Vico-President laid before the Senate a communication from - the would-be Senator, in which he an nounces his withdrawal from- the contest. Ie takes the recent action of the Senate, in refusing to take up his case, as an iudication that the matter would not coimo up till the next session of Congress, and that it will therefore be useless for him to continue the contest. THE AnnEVI.LE 1Iedium says it will not obey the decision of the Supreme Court unless it be in accord ance with law. It has been generally supposed that it. is the peculiar busi ness of the Supreme Court to decide questions in accordance with law, and of the people to obey them. What other interpreter, or what superior facilities for obtaining the law...

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. — 4 March 1879

t,O.ALi IITEMS. TULSDAY iARWH1 4, ; 1879. *'cw Adverttmonts. itenoval-J. F. McMaster & Co. Jut received-McMaster & Brice. We are now in the second week of Lent, last Wednesday .having been Ash Wednesday. "AMy mother-in-law is a walking advertisement for Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup,". a subscriber remarked yes terday, "she recommends it every where." * C. MeK., of the 1Vcws and Courier, denies that he is a competitor for the prize serial for the Weekly News. If he can write a story as well as h.' per forms his duties as correspondent he would stand a hrst rate chance for the pI'ize. ''ho auditor and treasurer were in Columbia Monday making the annual settlement with the coim ptroller-gencr al. They did not complete their state ment until too late to give us the points, but we will get them on their return. The collections have been quite close. As the question has been asked we take pleasure in saying that our recent Washington letter was written by Mr. T. Ilines Colemnap, ot" liid...

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. — 4 March 1879

TRI WEEIL.i. EDITION. TER 4c j F SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Weekly One Yoar. - -- - - $4.0 ' '' Six-months. - - -- - 2.0 ** 6 ''Threv months. - - - 1.0 SATES OF ADVERTISING. One square one insertion $1.00. - oaoh subsoquent insertion 504. 0 rios and Tributes of Respect char go a adverthononts. Liberal discou ut or contr,.ot adv )rtisomonts. JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envolopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tickets, &c. neatly executed at this onuloe,--CHEAP pOli CASH. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. EXECUTIVE. President-Rutherford B. Hayes, of Ohio, to March 4, 1881. Secretary of State-William M. Evarts, of New York. Secretary of Treasury-John Sherman, of Ohio. Secretary of War-Geo. W. Mc Crary, of Iowa. Secretary of Navy-Richard Thompson, of Indiana. Secretary of Interior-Carl Schurz, of Missouri. Attorney General-Charles Dev ens, of Massachusetts. Postmaster General-David M. Key, of Tennessee. . LEGISLATIVE. President of the Senate-William A. Wheeler, of New York....

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 6 March 1879

- - - - - - - T7-WEEKLY E9l).['1'.l. . W ik si Qo, ~S. C. I1 U IRS I)A . MAIRCII 6. 187'9 NO 1A JENNY LIND'S HEART. .w CAPT'AIN Seeil Niagara-- A Trip up the Miesis sip ullng the Dwa to Dinner --Plea, lhe Ladies. ot a. Louisville Leler.1 A 6b oe6r' ii' "the ante bellunm days ,Ct'ify was Capt. St. Clairr gono pp;nmander of one of the g" Mississippi stoamors.in the daiys,en tnfere we,re nQ rail roads toWew Orleans,. and when a trip dqwn the river was the thing for every planter and his family to take each winter. It was no un common occurrence for one party especially a bridal party--to secure every state roonh pn board and make the six days voyaa journey worth remnembering .AZopg the negro waiters ther? were always a half dozen musicians or more, and with this there was had a dance every a ning, with sometiznes a concert in the ladies' cabin, when high born ladies sang sentiiental s'ngs, alternately with the planta.. tion melodies .of the darkey. waiters. I met the old...,'aptain the...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 6 March 1879

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNSB ORO. 8. C. THURSDAY, MARCH 6, , 1870. R. FR.AN8 IDA YlS, EDITOR. JNO. S. RRYNOt D, AsiOCIAT EDITOR. SENATOR TELLER evidently iniscon- I strued the prize offer of the News and Courier, and lihbricated a serious story of a different sort from that desired. He will not get the hundred dollar prize. McCRART, secretary of war, and Thompson, secretary of the navy, are shortly to visit Charleston to inspect the harbor and jetties. Preparations are making to-give them a cordial re ception. . .II THa CONORESSIONAL oX was in the pit on Sunday, and Congress was employed all day in fruitlessly en deavoring to get him out. It is said that a clergyman came into the lobby and publicly rebuked the Sabbath breakers, but was waltzed out by a doorkeeper. Congress is reprehensi ble for thus violating the uay, es pecially as no substantial good was effected. TuOSE I'ARTIES who propose to elect a Chief Justice of South Carolina for the express purpose of cursing the debt, had ...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 6 March 1879

LOCAL ITEMS. THUIR8DAIY.MAIC00, : 1879. 'rEuMs OF Tn NE;ws AND JIERAD. --Tri-weekly edition, four dolars per annum, in advance; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cents perannum, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs of ive 'and upwards. RATES -OF ADvEITISINO.-One dollar per inch for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inchi for each subsequent insertion. These rates apply to all ad vertisements, of whatever nature, and are payable strictly in advance. Con tracts for three, six or twelve months made on very liberal ternis. '1'ran sient local notices, lifteen cents per line for the first idsertion and seven and one-half cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as adver tisements. Simple annnounccinents of marriages and deaths published free of charge, and solicited. All comnunications, of whatsoever nature, should be addressed to the Winnshoro Publishing Company, Winnsboro, S. C. RAIr.OAD SenEUtl;E.-''he follow ing is the presen...

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. — 6 March 1879

TLE NEWS AND HERALD. TI RI.WERKLY EDITION. COLON1L DrCiK W1INTA 1eITH. At the. Galt House years ago, was collected a crowd of congenial spirits, most of whom are now dead or scattered. Among th.om was Col. Richard Wintersmith, now, I believe, a resident of Washing ton. He was Secretary of State of Ken tucky in,those days, but when th< war broke out, went South witi Breckinrido and Preston and th< rest. He was a great friend of Breckinridge and a warm advocatc of that gentleman's claims to be come resident of the Southerr Confederacy. 'One day, in the Gali House, just before the Kentucky party started South, Breckinridg< came up to a group in which the Colonel was the centre, s tt. down or his knee, threw his arm about hie neck, and said: "Dick, when I an President I want you to ask for any office you want, and it's yours." "No office for me, Mr. Brockin ridge," said the Colonel ; "but whej you are President there is one thing I'd like for you to'do. I wan you to come to me ...

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