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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 6 February 1877

TI-WEEKLY EDITION. The Terriblo Death of a Man in an Air Tight Coffin. The body of a man who went to California to regain his health was recently shipped in ai metallic coffin for his former home in the East. When the Central Pacific train arrived at Ogden Junction, the corpse was consigned to tho Union Pacific Express Company and placed under charge of Express Messenger Frank Burges. While the train was in the western part of Neb aska Mr. Burgess heard sounds from the coffin that led him to believe that the dead manl bad comO to life. It was in the night, and he heard the sounds as he lay dozing and half asleep. Again time noise was heard, and the attention of the messenger was rivetted to the coflin, and the horrible possibility that the dead might be alive thrust itself upon the messenger so forcibly that he called the attention of other elnployces to it, but after listening a mio ment, they merely laughed at him. The convictions of time express messon - gor, however, were so str...

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. — 8 February 1877

-'R EWINNS).1ORO s. A O ,F A 87....._ [ . 1. NO 4 TRI-W ,I .1I .j ,WINNS1$01t0, S. C., THLURSD)AY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8, 1877.(VL1.N.. F ANCY CA Ig8,15 styles with name, l0ts. post paid. J. B. HUSTED, Na__egs, ,e ,! N, x.. TiIIFLING With a Cold i$ Always paogroy, WELLW 'a 1cl nlet, a sure remedy for Coughs, and all Dis eases of the Thropt, Lungs, Chest and Mujouq M embrane. PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES. Sold by all Druggists. C. N. CRITTENTON, 7 Sixth Avenue, N. Y. ,BUSINESS. ja We want 501 more first-class Sew ing Machine 4gents, and 500 men of quergy and ability to learn the business of selling Sewing Machines, Coriipegsa. tion liberal, but varyin according to ability, chaaroter and q ej ions of the Agent. For particulars, Address Wilson Sewing Machhie Co. CIIICAOO. 827 & 829 Broadway, Now York, or New Orleans, La. ENTEN'tHIBITION It contains 330 'ine engravings of build ings and scenes in the GrWf, Exhibition and is the only authentic and complete history published. It treats one ...

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. — 8 February 1877

Th1iursdlay, --e uary 8, - . *,'i'NOLDS, Editor. 'fThi Democrats Pro giving the Loniitan aReturning Board rascalsi a revere rOgating hefero the House Committee in Washingxton. Not even a gre'ie -spot will he left of them. Mr. Hewitt, it iRallege(d, will testify that ho received three oilers from the Returning Board not to stcal the State from Tilden-for a consideration. The Electoral Commission, it is thought, will report upon the Elec tion in Florida to-drv. If the de cision favors Tilden the problem is solved, as he needs but one voter If Hayes captures Florida despite the decisiol of the Supreme Court and the admiission of Glen. Barlow who wna sent dlown by Grant "to watch the coIuit," the Demiocrats will ma~ke at light, oni Louisituia alnd 0 :egn. 'hey have avecutulatd vWoy tl.nag:ingl~ t.(1-{1ur, my ngainstt the 1:tLurniiig Dou. rd. ate. will beiC aly V(ei'.y isi 1 1 b1 I wenn'f tAo t w~o lpar I ls. LJ year1 I there ele to H . r Rpulhier n s andt 1.wenty-uine1( Demor emi te. 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. — 8 February 1877

IAII4p&AD ScI EDULIE.--The follow ing are the l4ours at which the trains pn th}e C. p. Mpd A. 1. I. pass Winnsboro; REGULAR ?AssENOER-NIor . For Charlotte, 1.10, A. M. For Augua a, ' ,3 3 g Acc4 E -IY D or AugWfta,' 10.21, A. If. or Charlotte, 11.33, A. M. New Advertisements. Citation-Juo. J. Neil. Wr pping 'aper-McMaster & Brice. Cigars--- W. Habeniclit" Agricultural liens of all fpr;ns are kept constantly on hand at the office of THE NEwS AND HERALD, or sup plied at shQrt nQtipq. Satisfaction guaranteed in this ling ,of work. Prices as-low as the Ibw t. THE TRI-WEEKLY EDITION.---ThIe tri-weekly editiorn of THE NEwS AND HERALI2 is 4Ow sent to all persons whose names are qn the books of the old The- Weekly News. Should any of these desire their names transferred to the books of the weekly edition, and if any of those ,ow receiving the latter wish to .change for the tri-weekly, they will pleaseAb.tiffhifd tit/ b eJ's WliV ii{ arrears for subscription anust settle at once, or ...

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. — 8 February 1877

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. JUDOW BRADLEY. Poersonal Pointi About the Fifth Judge --Jia CarAcr as&a Lawyer and Politi clun. 10 ,to L-t WAsmNoTON, January 31.-The Congressional Directory of Ben Porloy Poore, the veteran journalist of the capital, will tell who Mr. Justice Bradley is--where ho was born and when, what offices he held and when, and All, such statistical facts, but such an etching of his character as' iay'be dashed off in a two minutes) doiversation by ono who knows hini may not be unintor esting at this juncture, when his choice as the fifth Judge makes him properly concoelcl to, be as much the President-maker as ever the renowned Warwick was the King maker. His home is Newark, and he stood alongside of Chancellor Williamsoi. Browning and that class of mon at the head of the Now Jer sey bar- being a most -thoroughly furnished lawypr. But ho longed for other world.i to conquer. His teonlranent, which showed itself to the wo:ld. QVoy now and then, indicated that he would not ...

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. — 10 February 1877

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION.] WINNSBORO, S. C., SAT URDA MORNINO, FEBRUARY 10, 1877. NEW ADVEIT1ISEMENTS. 25 FANVV CARDS,15 styles with name, lots. post paidt. J. 1. HUTED, Nassau, Reno. Co., N. Y. TRIFLING With a Cold is Always Dangerous USE WELLS' Carbolie Tablets, a sure remedy for Cou ghs, and all Dis eases of the Throat, Lungs, Chest and Mucpus Membrane. PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE DOXES. Sold by all Druggists. C, N. CnITTENTON, 7 Sixth Avenue, N. Y A LUICRATIV E BUSINESS. 1V We want 50') more first-class Sew ilg Machine Agents, and 500 men o energy and ability to learn the busines ofselngewing Mlachines, Comiipensa tion liberal, but varying aecording ti ability, chaarcter and qualityations of th< Agent. For particulars, Address Wilson Sewing Machine Co. CuxcAoo. 827 & 829 Broadway, Now York, or Ne Orleans, La. CAG'TS WANTED FOR HISTC Y ENTEN'L; EXHiBITIO It contains 330 tine engravings of build ings and scenes in the Great Exhibitioi and is the only authentic and comiplet history publis...

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. — 10 February 1877

WINNSBORO, S. C. Saturday, February 10, : : 1877, JNO. 8. REYNOLDS, Editor. It is said that' ono of the discov ories made by the Iouso Committee dnring its investigations in South Carolina is that thero has been no valid election in this State ~ since Reconstruction. 'This decision is said to be based upon tho fact that there has been no registration of voters, as provided in the constitu tion. There may thus arise one more point for the Electoral Com mission to determine. It is rumored that there has been an over-issue of the new Consolida ted Bonds which were authorized under the act entitled "An act to reduce the volume of the public debt, and to provide for the pay ment of the same." It is said that the sale of bonds has been unusually active recently, and it is supposed that the Chamberlain crowd have forced bonds on the market, in or der to raise a little money. A short time will show what grounds, if any, there are for the suspicion. The injunction case brought against the St...

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. — 10 February 1877

RAILROAD SOHlEpULEs.-The follow Ing are the hours at which the trains on the C. C. and A. Bs. pas 'Winnsboro: REOULAB PAsBENOE---NIoT. For Charlotte, 1.10, A. M. FQr Augusta, 2.33, A. ii, APCOMMODATION FREIoT-DAy. For Augusta, 10.25, A. It, For Charlotte, 11.33, A. M. Religious Notices. Associate Reformed Church-, Rev, J. M. Todd, 11 A. M., and 7 P.M. Methodist Church-Rev. 1. W. Walker, 11, A. M., 7 r. it. Sunday School, 10 A. M. Prayer Meeting, Thursday, 7 P. M. Episcopal Church- -Rev. J, Obear, services every Sunday exeopt the 2nd Sunday of the, month; at 11 o'clock A. M. Presbyterian Church-Rev. C. E. Chichester, 11 A. At., and 7+ P. Al. Sabbath School 3j P. ai. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7} r. M. New Advertisomente. Just Received-B. Rosenheim. Guano-E. H. Frost & Co. New Goods-J. F. McMastpr & Co. Winnsboro Building and Loan Association-D. R. Flenniken, Soc. and Troas. The town lamps are sometimes rather dimly lighted. The town pump has been repaired and everybody in the...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 10 February 1877

M. GamnbVetf.:t will visit Londlon inJu . bir. Spuirgeon is9 gill; to the~ ,PoU't (?f Lf'rince'to r-ee1'ulit htis health. 1 :fj ; C i ( l i , t ie . e d i t o r o f t hen') 1 .4 r H i w r k o gover'nmenot. AiAteia earieinl)ndo with I)OwVe1 from the 'I'ii rkishl govelillflentI to iier (titte tho Sale of the Holy JIllml. 't'here is it report~ tat the Po))0 proposes~ to Htl)liivide S: otianwl iiil t (IiOCCSCH, and that . Cardinl:il \iIllting if] assisting him ill tile s!'ieone. A e'oin;'veheiisuVe' -;Tool IlISpee' toria iLkO1 : A)l)C9'let I1 viii- ; if I'll 011(0 ('0111(1 tell hill '11{~ 1. ( 11 '_ ''Xdes, sir ; he vi1' the only lvt who ,'l broke till the ('('ia'1'~io 'n In at UIIC().. out; IFrawlo 11t u; 1)Cll .;. 'il': ii! r tot,: the Stor~ks h":Ve lt.;t V ('1 ii t rlt''' i and the wi 41tio ;,1. i;.'v (hiflAI'Cit )'e prr ' eto i,,l:iti'I ill ". 1 4 .l:( it is to 1)4' 1tp'',l it. is- :1.;' . ti'';"1 The l'ri1ti'(,ii:- 1,1';t1 \1t ( all! Cli 1 i$( 'H. ILt~ 1':- i-- llIt IV ititleI hi:?...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 13 February 1877

' LDI''TIUN.-I\ rS13U11US. U, 1'[Tl+,' ])1.Y DUI ;NINr, FE n LWEEIKLY r ; , 131tUAl1Y 13, 1877. * :i I)V'11( It'I (;ISIME i";;, ,, ?> Ir Di'A'IVV 4'A IUS.13, stiIs Wit I fU'rLI), Al' 'tL,. l :h. (Co N. Y. Vith it Cold is Ahluays Dtuigorous. ' S. iure :.'n1 '(1y for (bo1u;hx, and al11 J)is enic'i of ile. 'i'1i'o)lt. Lim;x.;, C(.'L t:,t a PUTi'rV ONLY IN BLtUE IIoxES. Sold1 by all Druggists. C. N. ('..rrIx \ ?4, 7 tx~ :11 cone, N. Y. A e L 1 (+ (R A T T: V IW$IJT NESS. "rir we fli) 1 5!) iii ( '14' :!: -CL Sew - en" ;Y nd~ ab litly .: r ije Oi 'llin ;'~S~ii* .I~' n* ('cmoil)Llil2 r. I I V, ('1 iiiret .1112141 t 01 , il, .1 iil.'4 4)1 LIoo A 4111 . For IL I ilculiu'4, A'Iilvo:,s 1'j180:1 8nw1iug311( lwhim CO. 827 A- f ) Ilkroadv4'%, New furl(. or Kew Oil. .is. 1, . CGTS WANTED FOR HISTORY L CENTEN'L EXHIB ITION~ 1 i eonttimi. ,1) Ill "rI"; Vin 'S of1 di1(j ia 'is :111 s,"ld w-, -I) 'j in 4' In u2 111 tea~ (I 1' u~ilti.' t (1 1 t:ll'".( m* o; )1( ".l : 1It.:i c, ) !;'ill(' It evets ....

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. — 13 February 1877

ruL' i and ?ji era t WVINNSBOIRO, S. C. Tuesday, February 13, 1877. JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Editor. Cupid vs. Cameron. No m-m tan bG considered happy until after death. Aud tho Senato rial octogenl:ari'n 'oml Pennsylvania is n) exceptioll. im-mIl)f Cameron has just been in vlt the (ofolldant in a suit for b)e v"ih of promise, one of thoso caso3s in which the laceration of the tender fomale hoart heart, mnd the perlidy of the Lithario are always dosicribod with such htrrow ing details of time and placo. The plaintiff is a Mrs. Mary Oliver, a native of Georgia and the widow of a deceased Confedorate officer, and until recently a clerk in the treasu ry depirtm3nt at W.vslingt mn. The facts are that Mrs. Oliver, through the influence of Senator Camoron, received this a)pointment. Ho says h assisted her because she was the niece of an old naval oflicer a fri nd of his, while the fair plaitTis modesty induces her to believe that her own personal charms were the superindiucing motive. Sho allege...

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. — 13 February 1877

All 1a OAmT) ~ mTh fop~ow atre the hours at whichl the trahmlf the C. C. and A. It. it. pas RreotAl PASS1;ER_-.Niwi'r. Charlotto, 1.10, A. n. Augusta, 2.3:3, A. M. AccomorionwrIoN FIRIlumwr-DAY. ' Augusti, 10.25, A. M. r Charlotte, 11.33, A. M. w Advertlsoments. Stop ! Stop ! Stop !-B. Sugen iter & Co. In Baikruptcv-T. V. Clawson, Now that the Presidential elcetiou j about to be settled soms, of our byeribers can pay their dues. The Unityl St:tes Senate has A ceopted1 the report of the Comnis Oion giving Florida to Iayes. oi..1ous 10111. SERVICEs.-1o morrow ing Ash Wedncs lay, religious ser. ices will be held in the Episcopal .:Church in this place at 12 o'clock In. . A merchant, stte that of tlir co-n thotusaiind dollars; adV~nc'el by m to firiers il F'eastcl yilia b, flost only if tv dolla rs. R ichards. toe cal ,of the Co ullmlia Reg?., part h-;i hair wide in the middle and is the best para graphist in the State. Its a good time to rinse his salary. At the recent term of cour...

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. — 13 February 1877

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. D, H. Chamberlain's Farewell Address -TO TIlE PEOPLE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. 1",im the . 'dua' l:jiser. I ani sitting on the train to-night, With earet-bag by my side. Which I with plunder well have filled Since the "Sunny South" I triedi. ''he serene is greatly changed. I foul I'm hliiIr now than then; And I still keep listening for the shout Of those fierce rd-shirt men. Farewell, ye yelling rebel crow Of "cavalier" descent; Most cavalierly did ye net When I to Edgelleld went. I played "reform" to win your votes; My pri1poso you uniuaskod; The bayonet pointed at your throa .: Is the revenge I've asked. The sentry walks his daily rounds Within your State house walls; Where civil rule onco sat, enthroned The drummer beats his calls. Who steals my good name steals but trash My w )alth 1s in this bag; Where blue 'enobscot's waters lash I go to save ay "Swat;." Shoemaker first and govern )r I-t ; My pride has had a fall; In politics I hrve o peqed out, And I may lose nay...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 15 February 1877

T1-EKL IITO. INNSJ3ORO, S. C., TIIUR1SJ)AY MORUNING, F BRUARY 15,1877, [VO.1yN.V N Eli7 ADViJwrLMSME1' s. W3\~ith it Cold is' Always Dzangerou8r~. i taro I re'liled1 fur (Coughs, andilli I)is 3 lss of t', 't I'Iiriqat, I~iiit;s, ('Iic st l12au P1'T III' ONIA I itt .1:iIOXI;s. bi711y all I.t"1ig ;isti. '!\'nu N A IL l I I VESF ' ing \o tiut :1';c nlill :,M ist-e li of0'V (1 )ifOl; 111 ill ilit v to 1'm ii th lie li:e:s boll Ili'l'131, ha11t Vilri il g~f 311i!) to ab)1ility, t:itiiet 30 ai Iloll Ii";ttio it' thf le Age t. Foir 1)111 ionliiis, Ai ill rex l1'ilsoni MSi wiiig 1aIhine, Co. Ra7 .C Rat~) Btroatdway, New York, O1" New O)rleanis, L.. CA'TS WANTED FOR HISTORY I CENTES'' EXHIB ITION~ i(ll tool s I ) 31 in lh1 (Treat E 31 3liii 11is thri 5(31 :In~ t (tIIC it4 co 1I'1(10a h~istlory Id )I111L'.It, t nlrit;' 010 l' li curiosities, hf'S, ctt evets (t(el. \"t1\ 3II13tp 1111d1 s11$s it. sight1. nu(t A i.'(it Sf1131 "18 Cop~ies iin 011 daiy Snd 1f(11'1311 extr1a teiiiis to Arti ts 1113...

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. — 15 February 1877

Wt NS1%ORO, S. C. Thursday, February 15, ; : 1877. R. MEANS DAVIS, Editor, JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Associate Editor. TO OUR READERS. After an absence of a year, Mr. R. Moans Davis now assumes chief editorial management of THE Nzws AND HERALD, assisted by Mr. Jno. S. Reynolds, as associate editor. No pains will be spared either in the editorial department or in the busi ness management, to raise the paper to a high stand ard of excellence. The patronage of the people of Fairfield, which has boon so generously given in the past, is respectfully solicited for the future. Grant told Judge Settle that the Electoral Commission would seat Tilden. A considerable immigration has set in to Florida since the inaugu ration of the Democratic govern ment. Fairfeld will experience a similar revival when Chamberlain clears out. The Atlanta special to the Augus ta Constitutionalist says the new tax bill which passed the House is voluminous and embraces every thing. Is it improper enough to embrace the wom...

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. — 15 February 1877

Sad id Itfuu. RALaOAD SOulUL-M.-Tlhe hollow ing ape the hours at which the traina on the (. 0. an&d A. R. R, pass Winnsboro: RIBODLAtn PASSENGER-NIQIlT. For Charlotte, 1.10, A. M. For Augusta, 2.33, A. M. AcCOMMoDATION FnniquT--DAY. For Augusta, 10.25, A. M. For Charlotte, 11.33, A. M. Every body i' be,ii n'ng operation in the gardens. The citizens of F airfield continue to pay their quota of the Hampton contribution. Special Agent Davis inakes large collections at every point in the county at which he opens his books. Lot this good work go on. FIRE.-The alarm of fire was sounded early Tuesday morning and brought out the fire companies. A spark had fallen on the roof of a small house near the dwelling of Dr. T. T. Robertson, and ignited the roof, Fortunately the flames were extirguished before any serious damage was done. We learn that there is a probabili ty that the Rev. D. Girardeau, former ly of Charleston, but now a profes sor in the Seminary at Columbia, will preach in 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. — 15 February 1877

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Weekly One Year. - - - - $4.00 " Six-months. 2.00 " Three months. - - - 1.00 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One q uare one insertion $1.00. For each subsequent inaotion 504. Obitua rios and Tributes of Iespect charged for as advertisements. Liberal discount made for contract advertisements. -0 JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tickets, &c. neatly executed at this- office,--CHEAT FOR CAHII. Now for Loul&-na. ' "The American Warwick," as the papers are calling Judge Bradley, seems indeed to hold the fate of the Presidency in his hands.. So far, he has been the only member of the Commission who has not voted inva riably in strict accordance with par ty bias. u the Florida case, it will be remempberol,:he, voted with 4le Democrats on - the minor. question inquiring into the ineligibility of Electors. The even division of his fourteen colleagues in the Commis lion throws a tremendous responsi bility up...

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. — 17 February 1877

TRIAVE1~KLYEDITION.] INNSI3OROS. C., SATURDAY MORNING, F 'I3RUARZY l1t, 1877. [~4 .N.~ NEW ADV.ERTI'SEMENTS. 25 FAIV NV O A t S, 15 styles with nanmo, 1Octs. post paid. J. 13. HUsTn, Nassau, Rens. Co., N. Y. TRIFLING With a Cold is Always :Dangorous, USE WELLS' (Carbolle Ta'blts, a auro remedy for Coughs, anti all )is, (ases of the Throat, Lungs, Chest andi Mucous M bapratne. PUT UP ONIY IN nLIUL IOXES. Sold by all Druggists. C. N. CRITTENoN, 7 Sixth A'elnuo, N. Y. A LJUCRATIV E BUSINESS We want 5l0 more first-class Sew ing Machine Agents, and 500 men of energy and ability to learn the business of selling Sowing Machines. Compensa tion liberal, but varying needrling to ability, chaarcter and ll Iit1enttions of the Agent, For particulars, Address Wilsoii 8Sinilig Miclliri Co. CIrcAGo. 827 & 829 Broadway, Now 'York, or New Orleans, La. AGTS WANTED FOR HISTORY ETEN'L EXHIBITION It contains 330 fine engravings of tU..ild ings and scenes in the Groat Exhibition and is the only ntthen...

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. — 17 February 1877

WINNSBORO, S. 0. Saturday, February 17, ; 1877. R. MEANS DAVIS, Editor, JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Associate Editor. Two years ago we thought "Gov. Chatthbeilin"-a necessity. He was then ifi t'h front fighting the thieves. As -eovernor 'Htfnpton has since then, however, kindly undertaken the little job of cleaning out the State, we don't consider Mr. Cham berlain a necessity any longer. In deed, we expect to see Gov. Hamp~ ton clean him out, along with the other trash, before very long. The city council of Columbia has brought upon itself the unqualified condemnation of the taxpayers, by first raising the salary of the mayor, city attorney and other officials, and then refusing to rescind this action. The Register well says it is bad time to raise salaries. The Charleston Journal of Con. nerce falls into the error of calling Ma yor Agnew a result of a compromiso policy. Mr. Agnew was the regular nominee of the Ro pul)licans ; while the taxpayers gen orally, and many colored men, rallied to 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. — 17 February 1877

RAILROAD SCIIEDULES.--'1'ho follow ing are the hours at which the trains on the C. C. and A. R. 11. pass Winnsboro: ROULAR PA8SENOEi--NonT. For Charlotte, 1.10, A. hi. For Augusta, 2.33, A. U. ACCOMMODATION FBEIOT---DAY. For Augusta, 10.25, A. M. For Charlotte, 11.33, A. M. Religious Notices. Associate Reformed Church Rev. J. M. Todd, 11 A. aM., and 7 P. u. Methodist Church-Rev. G. W. Walker, 11, A. i., 7 r. u. Suiday School, 10 A. Mt. Prayer Meeting, Thursday, 7 P. ,t. Episcopal Church- -Rev. J. Obear, services every Sunday except the 2nd Sunday of the month: at 11 -o'clock A. Mr. New Advertisements. Whitney Sewing Machine. Spring Goods-Sol. Wolfe. New Family Grocery--J. E. Cath -cart. Bargains !-McMaster .& Brice. The Rev. Dr. Girardeau is expect ed to preach in the Presbyterian church to-morrow at 11 o'clock in the morning and 71 o'clock at night. The public ar.e invited to.attend. Agricultural liens of all forms are kept constantly on hand at the office of THE NEWS AND HERAL...

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