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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 14 December 1876

IS PUBLIISHED EVERY THURSDAY DY THE Winneb cro Publishing Company, TaIMS, - - - $3.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCr. Liberal discount to Ulubs of five or more subscribers. ~~ OAb INOh n o be paid for in advance. Contrsctts for throe, six or twelve months nade upon liberal terms. .pe Businoes communications shoul(d be addressed to the Winnsboro Publshing Company; all others to the Editor. R. MEANS DAVIS, JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Proprietors. HENRY N. OBEAR. Miscenaneous. - JI". The oldest orange tree perhaps in the world died lately at Versailles France, at the ago of 445 years. The government is actively en .listing colored men in Tennessee, to fill up the cavalry regiments. The skeleton of a m-m thought to have been murdered was lately found on a plantation in Jackson county, Florida. The Atlanta and Richmond Air Line Railroad was sold last week, and was bought by the bond-holders for $1,600,000. Oranges weighing three quarters of a pound each, and an average of the crop were grown in Columbia Co...

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 December 1876

*1* VOL. I---NO. 1 .0 WINNSB3ORO, S. C.. THURKDY MORN1NG, D)ECEMBER 21, 1876. . **0A1i A GHASTLY CEREMONY. The Formal Cremation of the Body ol Baron De. Palm--A llorrible but Interesting Account. Correspondence Philadelphia Times. WASHINGTON, PA., December 6. There were two solitary watchers on Gallows Hill last night. One was. Mr. James S. Wolf, the other was a reporter. Long before dark the shrunken body of Baron Do Palm was wrapped in its pale winding oheet and laid out, stark and cold, in the long iron cradle. The catafalque had been drawn to the centre of the reception room ; a briht fire had been started in the litt o stove.,t the side of the room, and the back window had boon rais ed for reasons best known to any body who wont into the room with out holding his nose. In the furn ace room Mr. Wolf sat on the bot tom of an inverted bucket, smoking his pipe, occsionally opening the furnace door and throwing a red glisre over the little room and its occupnts. It was a spectral pl...

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 December 1876

WINNRBOIRO, & C. Thursday, Dec. 21, : 1870 JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Hdltog'. The B'iyonot House is om'(sig it9lf with the passage of various bills. Among those is a tax bill levying upwards of twelve mills Of *ourse the taxpayers need not be troubled about this, as all the pro tended enactments of the Rump go for nought. But there is something sublime in the cheek displayed. The R tdicals are trying hard to build a pretext for removing Chief Justice MUses. They wy the con stitution inhibits the chief justi ce from holding any office of trust or profit, and that the law professor ship in the State University, at present filled by Judge Moses, is such an oftico. Without proceeding to discuss the subject or to show the utter weakness of the Radicals' position in this matter, it is enough to know that the Bayonet House is not a constitutionally organized body, and all its acts are simply null and void. Dr. J. F. Ensor, the superintend e-t of the State Lunatic Asylum, gave notice, on Friday...

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 December 1876

membor that advortisoniots, in ordor to secure insertion, must be handed in by nine o'clock on Tues day morning. ..Gpract advertise monts must be handed in by the same hour on Monday morning. Rgn~gyogQ (( -ThQfolto .. ing are the hours at which the trains on oi. It.. pass nns AOro : R&1Uj4A11 PA834.'G11~OI~ R4o,1n P&s-"GE ,lp . . For Charlotte, 1.10, A. It. For Augusta, 2.33. A. B1. AccommoDAToN HREIoH'T-DAY. For AuguptQ, 10.25, A. m. For Churlott, ). .33, -A. M. Roligious Services. A4Nviate teformed Clitrch---lev J. 'IN Vo I.I. I A. m , 11141 8 1 M. Y I. ,. A , Meet4 atye hodit 0.?. odAt( i b -AltV.. . i . T0 1 , -l I. I it. Am laf ih dl irk.E P iter .t-ipg, Thurmilay, 8 1,. m. Episopat i~oi 1o. J. Obetr, ser Vi 'es every S indaiy except the 2nd 8unwluy I t 1 .i. M., 1111.17 r. : Sabbath !.- o ml 3\ 'v) .Nae eein,6 ens day,7 1.2 r. . oew Adyer1iigemand. Ta U p -A.,G. looku )an. vppiboro Chipter No. t. A. .-U. G. Dospqrtos, See. riffy Salgs-5. W. Ru('. Now Goods-J. Dosportes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 21 December 1876

IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DY THE Wlnsbcro Publshing Company. TMs - - $3.00 Ru ANNU, IN ADVANUF. iJberal dilicoit to Clubs of five or more subscribers. ItATES Of ADVERTIHINO. One dollar per inch for the frit insertion an 1 ftv cents per inch for eahei siubs;equent insort ozi. Transiont aivyrtisements imut b" paid for in fdadmice. Costrts for ithree, mix or twelve nonths niude iipon liberal trims. ; i A t Blilw' com Ii1 innications 0hiU1d bo weldrossed to the WiznnHboro Publishing Conipany: all othetrs to the Editor. Ri. MEANS DAVIS, JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Proprietors. HENRY N. OBEAR. South Carolina Nows. Eggs are thirty-five cents a dozen in Chester. Ox ts are actively in deimaid in Edgefliud at from 50 to 0 cents a bushol. Four companies of the 1st United States artillery have recently arrived in Columbia from Florida. Senator Cochran, of Anderson, a R opublican, has been voting with the Democrats since the commence ment of the session. Mr. Isaiah Mines, a soldier of the war of 1812, a...

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 December 1876

VOL. [--NO. 191 INBRs . rLU4#yMR[G 1EEBI 8 86 ON THE VERGE OF DEATLn A GYMNAST'S ADVENTURN. I had among my fellow students a special renown for my skill in every kind of g luastics. Atletic exer cise, in t2 1e wildest sense of the term, was to me a pleasure to which I had surrendered myself, body and soul, and inl consequence of which I possessed, although not tall and strong, some muscle and a high de gree of confidence, while I had ac quired, in perilous situations, pres ence of mind-all of which qualitics form even now a considerable por tion of my charaoter. When at lsnit liy studies were ended, and I had obtained a situation as pastor in western Germany, I did not give up my old inclination for gymnastics, and there was considerable talk on& liao d-ty over the cireanistanco that the young clergyman of the church of St. Blasius had been seen hanging in his legs, and in this headlong position caressing his little son, who was crawling under him on the ground. 1 possessed such...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 28 December 1876

THE MASS MEETING. We doom it entirely unrnoces sary to urgo upon the tax payers and other citizeus of Fairfield tho duty and the imp6rt ance of a general attendance upon the mass meeting which takes place at Winnsboro on Monday, Jauary 1, 1817. The cicustatle s which have induded the call for' the meet ing ar6 familiar td us all. Tho usurpation in Columbia-the pre tendor law-Making of the Bayonet Logislature-the illegal inaugura tion 5f Chamberlain in an ofdce to which -he was not electbe-the course 6f the Ridical ring in utter de fiance of the Supreme Court of the' State-the schemes of the Rump for wringing money out of the poo ple-these, on the one hand, are the matters which call ' for deliboratioti and action on the part of those who desire the peace and welfare of South Carolina. On the other hand is Hampton, With those who sustain' him, stanldiug by the law, standing on their rights, and awaiting th'e time when might shall not prevail over right, nor the power of the bayonot o...

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. — 28 December 1876

THE MASS MEETING. We doom it entirely unneces sary to urgo upon the tax payers and other citizens of Fairfield th6 diuty and the imp6rt ance of a general attendance upon the mass meeting which takes place at Winnsboro on Monday, January 1, 1817. The cieconstances which have induded the call for' the meet ing arb familiar td us all. Tbo usurpation in Columbia-the pre, tondert law-making of the Bayonet Logislature-the illegal inaugura tion f Chamnberlain in an ofdce to which lie was not olectAeol-th e course 6f the RAdical ring in utter de fiance of the Supreme Court of the' State-the schemes of .the Riunp for wringing money out of the poo ple-these, on the one hand, are the matters which call 'for deliberation and action on the part of those who defire the peace and welfare of South Carolina. On the other hand is Hampton, with those who sustain him, stwuding by the law, standing on their rights, and awaiting th'e time when might -hall not prevail over right, nor the power of the bayo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 4 January 1877

VOL. I---NO. 131 WINNSBORO, S. C.. THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4, l877. 1-- -' MARRIAGE WITH A GHOST. The LatetStor" Matarie.lization--A Wedding \ t -Spirit BrIe. Correspondence Cmiinnmati Commercial. TiA JIAU1n, December 18.-We, the undersigned, managers of Anna' Stewart's soances, are in daily re ceipt of letters calling our attention to a report under the caption of .uirr ying Ghost," found in your issue of a recent (late, asking our version of the unique wedding. In. reply we take from said report the following extract fully endorsing the statomonts made therein by your * rrespondent : "At 7 o'clock Mrs. Stewart enter ed the cabinet, the lights woro turn ed down, and quiet prevailod, broken only by the sweet and trembling vi brations of the doctor's imursic-box, ia condition necessary to assist the controlling spirit to more fully materialize. Some twenty minutes were in this manner whiled away, when the door of the cabinet openel, disclosing an augelic figure arrayed n a complete...

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. — 4 January 1877

VOL. V*---NO. 13,1 WINNSBORO, S. C.. TH-URSDAY MORNINGs JANUARY 4, 8 MARRIAGE WITH A GHOST. The Latest Story of Matorialization--1 Weddin' With a Spirit Bride. Correspoidence cincinnati Comnmercial TEnRRA HAUE, Deccmber 18.-We the undersigned, managers of Ani Stowart's seances, are in daily re ceipt of letters calling our attentiov to a report under the caption oj ''arrying a Ghost," found in youl issue of a recent date, asking oni version of the unique wedding. 11 ruply we take from sid report th4 following extract fully endorbing th< statomoits made thorein by you $orrespondont : "At 7 o'clock Mr. Stewart enter od the cabinet, the lights woro turn ed down, and quiet prevaile(l, brokei only by the sweet and trembling vi brations of the doctor's music-box a condition necessary to assist thi controlling spirit to more fullZ matorializo. Sone twenty,' minute4 wore in this manner whiled awiay when the door of the cabinet opened disclosing an augelic figure a.rrayet in a conplete bri...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 4 January 1877

WINNSBORO, S. U. Thursday, Jan. 4, 1877. JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Editor. Our Caso in Congress. The fin-l Rotieni of the Senato on Gencral G rdonl's resolution rolative to South (rolina will be awaited with hop1 inlterest by l th- p1oph inl this Siato. I 1.rests wyith Congr'- e8A at hat to 1-eAlo in at practical wIy thmo in of goenotin thlis tae.To eatifo will havo the qu'in pbiin lbeforo it after the fiffthl of Iarch-at wN-Lich time both Genoral Butler and .D. T. Corbin will pronnt the credentiaits on which OAeh claibuI a 0ont in the Senate. tK) the Oxclusion of the oth or. If Corbin was legally elected, then the bogus Stato governiment with Chamberlain at it.s head is the legally recognir~od government of Houth Carolina, and tho judgment of the Su41prem01 Court of fihe State ii zimply wcrthles. F.r C .ngreus to rocogn.iX, whether in ouo way or another, the Chamberlain crew as the lawful rulers of this State would be nothing short of a denial of judi cial authority in the Supreme Court, a...

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 January 1877

RAnLBOAD ScrEDULEs. -Te follow ing are the hours at which the trains on tho (1. C. and A. I. R. pass Winnsboro: RROULAR PASMENoEn-NonT. For Charlotto, 1.10, A. I. For Aug'usta, 2.3 3, A. U. ACQ0MMODATION FREIoUT--DAY. For Aiigusta, 10.25, A. M. uor Charlotte, 11.33, A. m. sW- Advortisers will pleaso re iminber that advertisements, in order to Sicuirc insertion, must 1o handed ill by nino o'clock on Tue.s day morining. Contract advertise monts must b handed in by the same hour on Monday morning. Now Advertibementa. Notico--S. 13. Clowney. Sde of Mort.gaged LAul-T. H. Clark. Finial Notice-R. J. McCarley. Building and Loan--D. R. Flen niken, Secretary. In Circuit Court-J. E. lagood, Special Mastor. The jail is quite full of prisoners, and the indications are that tbe com ing torm of the circuit court will bo occupied entirely with the trial of criminal cases. Mr. Wyatt M. Propst is author ixed to reoeive subscriptions to Tu: NEws AN HERALD and receipt for the same. le will bo found at ...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 4 January 1877

IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ILY THE1 Winnsb cro 1ublishing Company. Tans,- - - $3.00 r.n AnNxM, IN ADVANCE. Liboral discount to Clubs of five or more subscribers. nATI4 Or ADI.IIToIMNo. One dollar per inch for the first insertion and fifty cents per inch for each subsequent insertion. Transient advertisoments must be paid for in admance. Contracts for three, six or twelve months mado Upon liberal terms. .'" Business communications should be addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Comn wy; all others to the Editqr. C . MEANS D AVIM, JNO. S. RtEYNOLS8, Proprietoru. HENRY N. OBEAR. WHAT IS VEGETINE ? It ts a compound extracted from barks, roots and he'bs. It is Nature's Remedy. It ii perfectly iarmlens from any bad effect upon the system. It is nourishing and strengthening. It acts directly upon the blood. It quiets the nervous systen. It gives you good sweet sloe p at night. It is a great panacea for our aged fathers and mothers, Mr it gives then strength, quiets their nerves and gives ...

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. — 11 January 1877

VOL.5I---NO._15 WINNSBORO, S. C.. THURSDAY MORNI1NG, JANA Y11, 1877. ,*,,:. THE WEAKENING CONSPIRACY. Grant Lowering his Key--A Vlair Finger in the Presidential Pie. Correspondence of the Now York Sun. There will bo no war. The wo man that hesitates is lost. Thei Ropublican confederates hesitato. They will lose. The question is arithmetical as wellas Presidential. If Mr. Morton succeds in whipping into party, traces every Ropubican Sonator, Mr. Hayes will be declared Presi dont. If nino Republican Senators value conscience and country higher than party, the will of the popl will be respected, and Mr. Tilden A will be peaceably inaugurated. Nine Republican senators-that is the question. There are twenty nine Democratic members in the Sonate; the other forty-six were all elected either as Independents or Republicans. If the Republican confederates lose but nine members, the Conservatives will have a iia jority of the Senate; a majority that could immediately displace Mr. Ferry ; a maj...

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. — 11 January 1877

wi:.sInonJ, s. C. Thursihy, Jan. 11, 1877. JNO. S. REYNOLDS, FEditor. Rayom-b;4f ma1'y lie i'lawfully V~Ceel ed Reln ni('1 ont of ti StMe Hosel1, but (they ea't colule t:xcF: if tlle tinxpIyers genevrally agree n')t to pay them. We siml Soon See h1)owV IIanIy peo~ ple in 1airfield are foolish enough or truckling enough to pay money to a tax-gatherer appointed by the usu Ilper Chamberli. The splendid work of the cam paign will have meant notbing at all. I if those who labored so well for H1amp1i)tol and llReform shall now give aid to the Bayonot Government -or refus.e to contribute to the Pup port of the Constitutional Gowurh, *men)t. it is due to G0overnor Nampton, in simple good faith; that the *eo)ple who placed him, 'witho'ut any seek ing whatever on his pai, in the position lie now holds, should re spond promptly aiid fully to bis call for menta to -support the govern ment of whilch hi is the chosen -head. The hypocritical Chamberlain 'onco made a great noise over the heavy taxa...

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. — 11 January 1877

RAILno.M SCommDULES.-The follow ing aro tho hours tit which the train on the C. C. and A. . It. pams Winnsboro: RaoUAa PASSENOE--NionT. For Charlotte, 1.10, A. r. For Augusta, 2.33, A. Al. AccomMODATION IFREoIHT-DAy. For Augusta, 10.25, A. At. For Charlotte, 11.33, A. hr. D& Advertisers will please ro member that advertisements, in order to secure insertion, must he handed in by nine o'clock on Tues day moring. Contract advertise mneits ust he handed in by the same hour on Monday morning. Assootate ileforined Church- Rev. J. M (odd. I' A. m , and 8 P. m. Y. M. C. A ,- Meeting at Methodist Church at 6 P. u. Method iat Church -Rev. 0. W. Wal'er . A. M., 8 P. M. Simday ScThoo1 10 A. U Pra.vetie sting, Thursday, 8 P. u. Epiacopal Churoh--Rev. J. Obear, ver vices every Sunday except the 2nd Sunday of the muonth: at 11 o'clock A..m A Pro-hytorian Church--Rev. C. E. Chi obhedr, i I. m., and 7 P. u. 8hblath Schoi JJ P. m. Prayer Meeting, Wodnem New AdvertisemnOJts. Notice-M. L. Gilbert....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 11 January 1877

IS PUDLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DY THE Winnsbcro Publishing Qompany. iVitals, - 3.00 PE t ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. Iilent disconit to Clubs of live or noro litbill F.S o D.RAIG li.Vl L, O)1 AMI)V IISlI N0. w <lolhar 1p-r in i for the firstd inswrtion ani1 fit ly (.4 n I' per il.eh for eaclh s1lis.jeq iit iner-tion. Triiut a lverti.(4iiets4 inust bw I f'or in mi:me. 'o)14ilt :.a4 t,, for t hree, .ix or twelvet uoniths a1110de 1pon liberl teri us. relr- HlAi l:ei S coatMu 1 entiil. ion; abo1.d 1m idln S tM41 o i the WiIII.'n 'l l l li$l4iIng; Comn y: n!l others to the ,Mitor. J No. ? I 1Y N4 IDS, l'r'oprictora. l 11-: Y N. OlUAI. South Carolina News. Governor iiipton spoke at Loxington on M'miday last. Mrs. M. A. Davis, of Granitoville, is looking for a runaway son. A No vherry hachelor onl Christ ma11s day c honsume- i twenty-sovon Pound turkey all by himsolf. Spartanburg was for ton days ten inches under the snow, during the receent Cold snlap. The sheriftof Barnwell poRtponod the sale of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 18 January 1877

VOL. I---NO. I .bU WINNSBORO, S. C.. TH URSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, 1877. * MR. TILDEN'S PROSPECTS. IMPOSSIDLE TO SEE HOW 1118 INAU GURATION CAN 1j DEFEATE D. A Letter from Sonator Gordon, of Georgia, to Governor Colqultt>. Senator Gordon, of Georgia, has addressed a letter to Governor Colquitt. of that Stato, on the pres ent situation, which hiaIs beeni ap proved by all the Democrutic Sen 4 tor'S.0 andRpresenta6tives, an~d whichl he opens by saying I do not Wonder at your anxious mnquiry us to the prospuets of Mr. Tiden's ilat(ugratioll. I believe him to haevo been fairly elected. Such is the volvictiol), I think, of Aie country, of all DeI ca , and of a large body of Republicans who suppoued lovoinor Hiay.s. Joty any unprejtudiced, mnau can doubt it or how his inauguration call bo de feted with aIiy sho)w1 of cml) p) i;alce with law seems to mo beyond c.mi pr)ehension, and to plaiii peoplo the assumliption of the olice of Chief E;ecutive agatinst the constitution ally-expressed...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 18 January 1877

T- urlay, an. 1l, 1877. JNO. S. 1!;YNOLDS, Editor. One fdore Point for Hampton. T elegnu selnt onl Sitiday by 'resident Grant to;CGonral Augur, while souewvhat discouraging to Ni"11chc-, is a )Cint in fLvor of H ap ton. The Presidontt assumes tlat as i qu< rum of the TEgislat uro. h1oh ing certificates of the returning board announced the election of Packard as Governor, it will be his duty as President to recognize Packird if thore should be a neces sity of Fedoral recognition. Now, Hampton in Sonth Carolina holds the same vantago ground in this, particuiar ns Packard, besides having other superior claims. The Wallace House mot with a quorum including the eight members from Edgefield and fU-mrens who hold certificates fromio the Supreme Court. Not content with this, however, the Democrats gain-ed over a sufficiont Mnuber of Republicans to constitute a house of sixty-threo members ac tually holding certificates from the canvassing board and the Secroinry of Stale, and not includi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 18 January 1877

SOir Advertisors, will plnnso ro membor thait advertisements, in order to secure insertion, must bo honded ill by nine o'clock on Tu03 day morning. Contract advertiso. monts must bo handed in by the same hour on Monday morning. RAILRoAD ScHE.:n DuLEs..-The follow ing are the hours at which the trains on the C. C. and A. It. It. pass Winnsboro: RUGULAR PASS:NornL-Nowr. For Clilotte, 1.10, A. H. For Augusta, 2.33, A. M. AccomMonTIoN Fumonr-DAy. For Auguista, 10.25, A. M. For Charlotte, 11.33, A. M. Rollgious Notices. Associate Reformed Church Rev. J. M. Todd, 11 A. m., and 7 P.M. Methodist Church-Rov. G. W. Walker, 11, A. mr., 7 P. N. Sunday (11001, 10 A. At. Prayer Meeting, Thuisday, 7 i. N. Episcopal Church-- -Rov. J. Ohear, fservices every Sunday except the 2nd Sunday of the month: at 11 o'clock A. M. Preb-iyterian Church-Rev. C. E. Chuichetor, 11 A. it., and 7 v. M. a~bath School 3X i . M. Prayer Meetinig, Weevday, 7j P. N. Now Advertisements. Notico-R. C. Arnett. Shaving S.loon-H...

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