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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 18 January 1877

LS PUDIGPHED EVE RY THTURSDAY Winnshcro Tublishing company. TE103, - - $3.00 P n ANNUM, IN AvIANCe. Libi'l e .ticount to Cliuhs of1ivo or more f-10 k sQ I I. t i -I' io - t it- IV t i vr kllac lh msb e itt ('o t t-t fr ( esix or twelve mouths n t.b u on lHibrlr t m o or. :O.' huness 'm fun ietie n aliotlt 6., mbd r o .-.1 to t innksbla o I'lb t ll ishing Com ,my; a*: oth ' o the klitor. I . .* AVI. . ' . i s NO. 8. JE\' N L.'s Propritort, N, 0 i . '.l1~~, South Carolina News. METEgesaro very frequent aill ov - too a. 'pi y- froles are becoming - 44 ble I over the State. Hnnios, n n old and ( I Cobuubia, died 71o1- -k, p. .. 11 n 01n hhof 1 tn Iei k b rilast , c4 reImly cold adlie S I ,foirv conn bun r1l and thn onel .m; (;I"in the L o coh U) n f I Ie' (lyl t I it one4 ('4bm0: ond (ye Abn;ited. iS:r~ilg1 : ie~a . i ,l mh e 11I in~ i alu . he~ limi . I haue for iilu'd by fthe On ti iig :w.o :a int'~ inunicip S . I I t I Ii o I I Smte -- 4 I. 1: , 3.1 h 11. lg' h1 me o \e: i4:1l i he c...

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. — 25 January 1877

do~~ 17 -l WINNSBORO So .1 "4YMONN HASKELL ON HAMPTON. AN AUTHORITATIVED REPLIY TO "A TILDEN DEMOU1AT." Slanders and Miercprese'nta-ons Ex posed and Denounced. A coient and conclusivo letter from Col. A. C. H hktll, chmenan of the tate Deiiocratic excentive coim mittee, in reply to "A Tildtn Demo crat," is puisithe2d by the Augusta Clhronicle and oen tincl. -No one cou!d answer the ch-trges made by "A Tilden Democrat" more iutimi tatively than Col. Hankell, for he was necessarily cognizant of every detail of the campaign, what wals done and only proposed to ho d me. to lotter is too long to rep:..u-e entire, but wo give sein of the strongest of its miy strong pint.i. Unlessm "A Tilden Democrat" is ready to aeknowledlge the error of his way, it is to bo hoped he wi:l herefter hold his peace. Col. Hmkell. say3: There have been scurrilous articlei written against Gen. IHamupton in a few of the nitreme Radical sheets, but no enemy in the North hms pil) lisihed so base a slander as that ...

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 January 1877

WINN8BORo, S. . Thursday, Jan 26, ;: % : 1877. 3N0 8. RETROLDS, Editor. Governor Tilden's Past and Future. In the midst of the most harass ing complicat'ions surrounding the final determination of the Electoral vote'wo havoever had an abiding conviction that Gov. Tilden would be the next President. He appears seldom before the public, but is con stantly at work in private. His past career has been remarkably successful, His first exploit was the demolition of the Tammany i'ng. In 1874, haring practically no political record save as a party manager, he was nominated for governor against Dix who had pro viously been elected by a majority of fifty-two thousand votes and whose gnbernatoria record was withont a flaw. Despite the almost universial belief that he w(ould be dofoated, he see-irned an election by fifty-throo thousand majority. Im. mnedite~ly upon01 a1.Ssum1ing his9 Oflico be waged a hitter warfare agaivst the Canal Ring, fald in the faco 'of the prediction that tho Ring would...

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 January 1877

RAIRo D SmI r,.--The foll)w. ing arc the hours at which the trains on the C. C. and A. 11. it. pass Winnsboro: Rou01cAn PASsF:Nor.:n-N\IOnjj. For Charlotto, 1.10, A. . For Augusta, 2.33, A. M. Aoco~mNODTION iE(I'j)* For Augusta, 10.25, A. M. For Charlotte, 11.33, A. 51. Religious Noticos. Asisociato ljermed Church Rev. J. H. Todd, 11 A. a., land 7 .P. M. Me1[vthlodist Church-ll11v. (. V. Walker, 11, A. 'M., 7 1,. m. Hunday School, 10 A. M. Prayer eeting, . .I hursda, 7 p. ar Episcopal Church- -Rtev. J. Obear, Services every Sulniday .ex!Vpt the 2nd Sunday of the month: at 11 o'clock .. it. Prosbyteria lin Chreh-Itv. C . F. Chievt.or, 11 A. Mr., and 7 v. -. 8albbath Sehool 3.1 1.. m. PI-aver Meeting, W(dne(sday, 71 1. . 4ow Adver'tisomoisis. Ne vw Goods-R1 L. Daninnberg. .Masonic- Mooting-Wml. N. Chand. ler, Secretary. Dwelling to Rent-James M. Stowart. Clearing out Sale.-McCroory & Brother. Always keep the bottle hant11dy, Do not plaeo it out of sight For it eured our little And...

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 January 1877

13 FUBLISI"D ICVERY THURSDAY nW 'rim Wnnzsboro Publishing Oompany. !Jrinve.. - .$t&) r: A'NSC', IN ADYANCC 1,ila siscounot to Clubs of tie or imoro lATFA ?O ADV41FtT.41N4. One :Aollatr per inch for the fir-st inertion Andu fifty cente por ineh for oeLch hiag It'(pent Inserdon, Trnsient advrtit-mntsi imust be paid for Mn advhoee. Contrmete for three, six or twelve ionths mado i ,o liberal ttermi4. .?.0 Busineaam nulain should be addressed to the Winndoro litblishing Company; all others to the Elitor. R. 'MEANS DAVIH, JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Proprietors. HENRY N. OBEAR. #outh catoIna Nows. James R. Cochran, son of Capt. 4 N. Cochran, of Hodges, died from an overdose of morphine, on last Saturday. 'A deMv6 of 150 Tennessee hogs arVived at Laheaster Cotuthouso last 14ridays The price asked was seoven aMa I'ha'lf tents gross. The 'Colbimlia Union-Jerald bontains six and a half columns of closely printed advertisements of sies of ral etate for 'city taxos. Lancaster Conty hap been pay ing $...

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. — 31 January 1877

4-M4 NT____ --N. 8 WINNSBORO, S0 Co. WEDNES'%DA*Y -MORNIN7JUAY3,87.dane SCENES IN THE SENATE, TILE GiL-ANS (l-PPTh.~ IG111'11 Ie; G TR 7I A I'll; 0J11i'EjI. Epocch of -o<,muxAds on Saturday--An Ablo Effort--Morton "Eatin Crow" on 1 Monday. ,S/3eriod to the Phidudphia Tines, WASnINoTON, January 20.-Crowd ed galleries looked down upon a quiet Senate. No sign there gave notico that anything unusual was about to happen. The little quick footed but soft-stepping pages flitted about. The secretaries busied themselves over their poll I derous journals. The offieial re plorters had no thought outside of the curious cliaracters of their sound-writing. The President of the Sonato buried his hand in his long beard, and faced, but evidently did not listen to, the Virginia Sena tor on the floor. THE SENATORS IN COUNCIIh A heavy figure makes its way wit4 difliculty through a side en tranco. The dificulty arises from the Imalnageilent of a stout crutch wIieh luppolrts the massive should ers 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. — 31 January 1877

-1.77. ITho T,-Un.n .lin - nk ies tihe conist of 142 Imibliennls and 148 Domo)cra-ts, iii three mmilbelrs to be eletLed. ll-iol what the (rand Jtury thoght of Ohe (h11aro:ei of initimIida tion broughlt, by Warren 11L. Marshall wgainst the citizens of Rid(gewav. T ir presentiment was made ater the fulls investigat ion. Leading me1mbers of both races and parties Warren it. iMarshall testified he foro the Seniato Committee in Co.. lumbia - that his wifo died from fright in consequeneo of Democratic terrorism. Tbc testimony of her physician is .hat she died from pncum onia, No terrorism existed. Mrs. Mashlmall was a most estimable lady, and in her'last illness received tho tonderest caro from the families ,of the very gentlamen whom her hiusband charges with terrorism. 'f her death was from other than a physical cause it was due to the 'political courso h o puried and not to "terrorism' We would not allude 'to domestic griefs but for the fact that Mr. Marshall has .made ;them publio. Th...

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. — 31 January 1877

1WAI IAD OA) tuEDUIi:.--The follow ing are the hout at which the trains -on the C. C. and A. It. Rt. pass Winnsboro: R.ouLAn PASSENUEa-NIOUT. Por Charlotte, 1.-10, A. Mr. 1For Augusta, 2.33, A. A. AccomMODA-rIoN 1tiowI'r-.-DAy. For Augusqt, 10.25, A. hr. For Charlotte, 11.33, A. 51. New Advortisements. Notie-Jmecs ToIes. Law Card-A. M. Mackey. Just Received- F. W. labenicht. WitMishoro Chapter-W. N. Chand leir, Seeretary. To the School Trustees of Fair field County. Notice to Taxpavers-JaInes Q. Davis, Special Agont. 'hIo'grialnd jury of Fairkliid, '0composed of twelve whito and six colored citizens, "recommend unani mously that the citizens of Fairfield 4ounty sh:1ll promptly Pay the 111111Oo Contribution." A CItnonT.xN's Oxrox.-Hlaving had an opportunity to test the ex cOllent quialities of Dr. Bull's Cough 'Syrup, I hesitato not to say, it is the best ihmmody I have ever uised in my family.-R.- Win, H. C'hapman, Pa AL> -.Ks Church, Georgetoi-n., .D. U. * On Monday, about noon,...

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. — 31 January 1877

I S PUDLISIED EVERY THURSDAY "Y 'In g Winnsbcro Publishing Company. TaIlOr, - - - $3.0(0 iEl ANNIIM, IN ADVANCE. Lihemil discount to Clubs of five or more subscribers. nATFMs (W AD)VEITISINO. One dollar per inch for the first inertion nnd fifty ccnts per inch for each subsecquient insertion. Transient advertiseinents must be paid for in advance. ContrActsi for three, six or twelYe months made upon liberal terms. f&lV Business conmunictIHons 141uld be addreissed to the Winnsboro Publishing Comp)any; all others to the Editor. 7. MEANS DAVIS, JNO. S. TtEYNOLDS, Prpretors. IENRY N. OBEAt. Miscellany. illndies should be censured for using co smetics. They put thom on their cheeks for the chaps. Tihe Washington CAronicle, a vile 'Rbadieal newspaper, has suspended pub1 dbeat ion. 1-Rechersays ho has Wolsh blood in his vw'-na. Perhaps that is why he is chargod with llwnestlwvdhidhing." If you go to Texas to grow up with the country you may buy 100 acres of land for twenty five cents and...

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 February 1877

I '. y''A. l . .. .n w . .. YY: .+e'''1 i .+!W fr,. .. : , ... ",'' . . . TAM nwrnr 11 1 H .r .p,.. y;. , yM ..Y ~al I " W WI ErnTIoN 77 ''y TRI-W!EDHLY .WINNSBOIi . o. THURSDAY MORNING; FEBRUARY 1 1877. ~ _ ^^ NFW STOCW "7 1 p srfl1nT GOdps WILL BE AT P A N:N E NB E R W rDRY GOODS, CLOTHING; OOT AND SHOE CALL AID SEE THEM. jan25_ 1 IEWGROCERYSTORK HAVING taken pharge of the Gr~o pcery Store formerly occupied by R. Li. Dannenbrg, I desirp to informi fbo public that I keep constantly on find a frpesl and choice stacic of FAI~ILY GROSERIES. I am, -yours Respectfully, N. LEVIN, Jr. W~innsboro, S. C., Dec. 14th, 1876. Winnsbgi o H o~pI. IFHE ungersigned Ae~kos pi9asureoi informing his friepas ppd the publio that he has rem,qyo4 t9 that largo and pqmmodious B~rlck Hlotel, loonito d .in tho otentre of business, wvhere ho is prepared to acoomnlodato thenm with clean and well furnished rooms, and a table sup plied 'with the best that the market pffords, ~Ie intends to deserve and hopes to ;...

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 February 1877

W:N8sBOnO, S. 0. Thursday, February 1, : : 1877. JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Editor. The Tribune Almanac makes the next House of Representatives to con t 6f 142 Republicans and 148 Dejuocrats, with three members to be.eleoted. Iead what the Grand Jury thought of the charges of intimida tion brought by Warren R. Marshall against the citizens of Ridgeway. Their presentment was made after the fullest investigation. Leading members of both races and parties were examined. Warren R. Marshall testified be fore the Senate Committee in Co lumbia that his wife died from fright in consequence of Democratic terrorism. The testimony of sher physician is that she died from pneumonia. No terrorism existed. Mrs. Marshall was a most estimable lady, and in her last illness received the tenderest care from the families of the very gentlemen whom her husband charges with terrorism. If her death was from other than a physical cause it was due to the political course he pursued and not to "terrorism." We would no...

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 February 1877

attews and Nnd TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. TW -SH SLAY] MART. E!0Ok TIE HAR EMS ARE SUPPLIE) WITH BEA UTIES. Oirpedsian Girls at Two Hundred Polnds Turkish, ac Georgians One Hundred and Twenty---Black Girls at Thlity-19igtt Ai. correspondent of the Paris Gatdois desoribps a recent visit to a slave. sale in Constantinople, Not withstanding the nominal abolition of the slave trade in Turkey, through the efforts of the oivillaed Eur pean Governments, it still continues in a furtive way, As long as the harem exists, this trade will exist. This sale was in a house. All the winlows facing on the street were closed. The correspondent accom panied an Egyptian friend and his valet in a carriage to the mosque of the Sultan Mahomet, at which point they turned into narrow and com pliqated streets, which finally be came impassable. They alighted before apile of mud which could be crossed only on foot. Reaching the house, they were introduded into th1e selemlik, or chamber reserved for nale visitors, Her...

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 February 1877

RAILROAD SCHEDULES.-Tho follow ing are the hours at which the trains on the C. C. and A. R. R. pass Winnsboro : REGULAR PASSENOER-NIGwT. For Charlotte, 1.10, A. Mr. For Augusta, 2.33, A. M. AccoMMoDATioN FREIoHT-DAY. For Augusta, 10.25, A. M. For Charlotte, 11.33, A. M. Now Advortteements. Notice-James Jones. Law Card-A. M. Mackey. Just Received-F. W. Habenicht. Winnsboro Chapter-W. N. Chand ler, Secretary. To the School Trustees of Fair field County. Notice to Taxpayers-James Q. Davis, Special Agent. Fresh Arrivals-J. F. McMaster & Co. Report of the Winnsboro National Bank-S. B. Clowney, Cashier. The grand jury of Fairfield, composed of twelve white and six colored citizens, "recommend unani. imously that the citizens of Fairfield county shall promptly pay the Hampton Contribution." On Monday, about noon, the resi denco of Mr. Patrick Hastings seven miles from Winnsboro caught on fire and was entirely consumed. Mrs. Hastings was in the front yard, and hearing a roaring went to ...

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. — 3 February 1877

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION.] WINNSBORO, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3,1877. NEW STOCK OF PaI~G Goofl: WILL BE AT A N.EN B ERG PRY GOODS, CLOTHING; BOOT AND SHOE -EJ-MV FO cE?,IU MCL-Ir CALL AND $gr TIHEt. Jan2 PEWlLOCI YSTORM. 0 JAVING taken charge of the Gro .cery Store formerly occupied -by -B. L. D14ppenberg, I desire to informn the public that I ,keep constaptly on hand a fre4s 991 ,qhoi9e ,stock of Yciirs Ilespetfnily, N. LEVIN, Jr. VWinnsboro, S. :, gee 14th, il7p HE.IJ~ unidersigned tages plsagro,;in infornpigg 34s ifriends 'and the piuallo that he has removed to that large and commodious Brick Hotel, locate d In the4 captre ot business, where ho is. prepatre1 1t9 accorgnioda$p theme mit clean -and yel1 furnihe~d .roomsq and a table sup affordq%, He intends to deserve and4 hopes to receive the publ~io ip.o r; .M. L. BROWN, auary, 8, 1877.-t Proprietot. Publishers and Printers Can buy direct of the Manufacturer on favorable terms. "TiE ANSON HARDY CUTTING MACHINES are the best a...

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. — 3 February 1877

.oiORO,8. ,,, ..asaay February 8, : : 1877. JNO S. REYI OLDS, ;editor. The Electoral Commission. The Electoral Commission wr B e:mpleted on Tuesday. The Sonate elected Edmunds, Morton and Fre linghuysen, Republicans, and Thur man and Bayard, Democrats ; while the House elected Payne, Hunton and Abbott, Democrats ; and Gar field and Hoar, Republicans. Judges Clifford, Field, Strong and Miller met, and elected Judge Brad. ley. Bradley is a Republican and was appointed by Grant in 1870. He is a native of New Jersey, and is rep resented as being genial and affable, and as not being a partisan. The Republicans have a majority on the commission ; but it is hoped that the Judges will decide impartially. In the meantime the Democrats are making out a strong case before the Louisiana investigating commit tee. It will be remembered that the Returning Board refused to produce original returns beforo the House committee which sat at New Orleans. It has been proved that the returns were cooked t...

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. — 3 February 1877

RAIJ4IoAp ScOEPULES.-The follow ing are the hours at which the trains on the C, C. and A. R. R, pass Winnsboroi REGULAR PASSENGER-NIGHT. .For Charlotte, 1,10, A, M, For Augusta, 2.33, A. M, ACCQMMODATIQN REIGIIT--,DAY. For Augusta, 10.25, A. 3r. For Charlotte, 11.33, A. M. Relig9uu Notices. Baptist Church-Rev. T. W. Mellichamp, 11 o'clock, A, M. Associate Reformed Church Rev. J. M. Todd, 11 A. fr., and 7 ?.M. Methodist Church-Rev. G. W. Walker, 11, A. At., 7 r. At. Sunday School, 10 4, At, Prayer Meeting, Thursday, 7 r. N. Episcopal Church--Rev. J. Obear, services every Sunday except the 2nd Sunday of the month: at 11 o'clock A. M. Presbyterian Church---Rev, C. E. Chichester, 11 A. By., and 7} p. A. Sabbath School 3i P. M. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7{ P. N. New Advertisements. New Goods-U. G. Desportep. Established 1859-Charles Mul ler. Final Discharge-James L. Mar tin and J. T. W. Stitt, Executors. The town pump is again out of order, greatly to the inconvenience of many of the ci...

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. — 3 February 1877

ign -tuand .erad TI-WiTKLY EDITION. Patent Outsldes, Our' able contemporary of the Athens Watchman flays patent outsides in most approved style as follows: - What are "patent outsides"? Like Radicalism, they came into use since the war. There are newspa perc ostensibly printed in populous counties, whore the county advertis ing pays well, but really printed at Cincinnati, Chicago, Nashville, or some other distant point. The pu tative editor has nothing more to do with the matter which is published on two of the pages (the first and fourth) than the man in the moon. This is selected, prepared and print ed at headquarters, and furnished publishers at a moderate advance on the cost of paper. How is this done ? In the first place, when the matter is once sot up, an edition is printed for the "Bungtown Ranger," then the title of the paper, the date line, the name of the editor, etc., is changed-which can be done in a fow minutes. An edition is then printod for the "Shakorag Enter prise."...

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 February 1877

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION.] WINNSBORO, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 6,1877. LVOL. 1. NO. 3. riOCK OF SPRING GOODS WILL BE E C.EDIVE D AT lkNNENB E R. 'S DRY GOODS, CLOTHING; - " BOOT AND SHOE ~EDM.P O I TT M. CALL AND SEE THEM. jan 25, NEW GROCFRtY STORE. hAVING taken charge of the G*ro cery Store formerly occupied by R. Li. Dannenberg, I desire to inform the publie that I keep constantly on hand tar nd choic stock of Yours Rlespectfully, N.-LEVIN, Jr. Winnsboro, S. C., ec. f1t, 1876. .1 drgndtakes" 10eadre h' informing his friends and' the igublio that "e bad 14 4e4 aht large and commodious Brick Hotel, located in the o4Isr eaInkteh1e e M~prep~l'dt to accommodate. 4hifae'96 slean and well furnished room,, and a table sup plied with., the. beast. tha.A. the market affords. ,,1lI314,itduWtmrfledn iopkefI to receive the publio patronage.s o f !-' *q.amo) sn4ZAl~i D13ZWV Publishers and Printers Can buy direct of the Manufacturer on favorable terms. "Tum ANSON HARDY CUTTINo MACHINES are th...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 6 February 1877

WINNSBORO, S. C. Tuesday, February 0, 1877. JNO. S. RE YNOLDS, Editor. The Publio Schools. The necessity existing for closing tho public schools is a cause for deep regrot, e!spoially as no certain lato can be fixed for reopening thon. The Board of Examiners aro Confident that the appropriation for the year will be umde at somo future time ; but no such certainty exists as woul .1 warrant thom in permitting the county to runA into debt. But if any teachers are willing to continue their schools, taking the chances for re'eiving their pay, we so0 no reason why a coi rted should not bo made with thcm, on condi tion that if tho appropriation be made for the yeau-, pay certificates for a certain amounit may be issued: but if rno appropriation ho mnatde, then tho trustees are not to be beld liable Or the te'chers' salaries. Or, it may be agreed that those who teach voluntarily this year will re coive extra componsatioln next year. WhVilo these propositions ma11y seCmI itnjust to the teowh...

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 February 1877

RAILRoAD SCIIEDULES.-Tho follow ing are the hours at which the trains on the C. C. and A. R. R. pass Winnsboro: REULARt PASsENGEn--NIGHT. for Charlotte, 1.10, A. M. For Augusta, 2.33, A. M. AccoMMODAiJow FSEIQUT--I. For Augusta, 102, A. M. For Charlotte, 11.88, A. M. New Advertisements. Onion Sets--McMastor & Brice. Agrioulturaliens of all forms are kept constantly on hand at the office of Tiu NEWS AND HERALD, or sup 1l'ed at short notice. Satisfac tion guaranteed in this line of wc rk. Prices as low as the lowest. governor Hampton has removed Mr. W. M. Nelson from the office of treasurer of this county, and Dr. W. B. 1eake from the auditorhip. No appointments to fill these vacan cies have. yet been announced. Judge aekey filed, on Saturday afternoon last, his decision in the case involving the pardon granted by Governor Hampton to Amzi Uosborough, recently :onvicted at the Chester court. The opinion covers thirty-two pages of legal cap. The Judge holds that Hampton was duly ele...

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