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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 29 October 1878

Fl, ldWEEKLEDI . ' itoitet aL RI-EEK Y DITON. W INNSIIORO. S. d., TUESDXAY, OC'TORER 291878. {VL 2 TI SUMTER AGITATOR. -- 0 A ERY INTERESTING DESORIP-. T-IoN OnSAr L,ED. An Account of His Past History InD if forent Political Exigencies. Samul Low, "the1 jilo," Who has reared the bloody shirt bannor in S outh Carolina, was a member of the capitol polico force several years ago, in this city. He was brought here from South Carolina by Raiiney, the Congressman, and paid by the government to stroll up and down the corridors of tho capi tol as policeman. He didn't dis tinguish himself for anything par ticularly, but lie displayed a fond ness for "cold tea," and lovingly hung round the "department" where that beverage was dispensed. Thie Democratic tidal wave of 1874 swept Samuel out of his position. and, dolling his brass buttons, he forsook the capitol and cold tea and returned to South Carolina and "rot-gut." His first appearance in politics down there was a leader of the an ti- Chambe...

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. — 29 October 1878

* WINNSBORO, S. C. TUESDAY, OCTOREC. 20, 1878. It. MEANS DA YIS, Emwit. JNQ. S. A E3 NOL)S, ASSOCIATE Enoi. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET, For Governor: WADE HAMPTON. .F"or Lieutenant Governor W. D. SIMPSON. For Secretary qf State: 1R. M. SIMS. FPor Coniptroller Genc)ral: JOHNSON HAGOOD. F"'Or Attorney Ceneral: LEROY F. YOUMANS. S. L. LEAPHART. 1or Superintendh lit of Educateion ; HUGH S. THOMPSON. For Adjutant <. Inspector General: E. W. MOISE. 1"or Congqress- loirth .District JOHN H. EVINS. DBMOCRATIV COUNTY TICKET. For Rtepresentatires: II. A. (IA11LLARD, THOS. S. 131 ICE, I. C. C.LO WNE Y. For Jud ge ol'Probl>te: J. i. BOYLES. For School Com m issioner: JOlIN BOY 1). False Dispatches. ie fnst annouincemieit of tile re 13uli of the October electioi was to tl ef1'ect lthat Ohio had gole 10,040 Rtepublican and elected a mijrit y of' Republican Cogressin)ei ; 1at while Indiana had gole Delmocrativ, Ili .ZLlulicansl. hAd Viarrlied theV LVeViNhl ture and Co'nressional delegIdon: and t...

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. — 29 October 1878

FjOCAL ITEMS. T'URSDAY, OCTORIR .99, 1878. New Advortisoments. Soiling Ofl--S. S. Wolfe. Read the advertisement of S. S. Wolfe. Tle stock of goods now in store is offered at cost, and will after wards be sold at auction. It is highly ilm)ortant that affectIons of the Throat, Lungs or Bronchial Tubes, should be clhecked at once, and for this purpose nothing equals Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. * 0 RANGv. NO-rici-.-We aire requested to state that. in colsequence of the proximituiy of the election, the meeting of Glidden's Grove Grange, fixed for the first Saturday in November, will be postponed till the second Sattvday, the 9th inst.. Ii response to numerous request-, the play, "Still Waters iun Deep," which gave such sat isfaction on its first presontation, will be repeated at, the Thespian Hall this evening. lin atddi tion, the play "Slasher and Crasher," that provedso amusing some nonths ago, will also be presented. Ti. MAN. Ens oF Ei,i'riON.-The following is it compleet lit of the 11141...

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. — 29 October 1878

mu nd;ll i TRI WEEKLY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCIU1PTION. Tr -Weokly One Year. - - - 0 -~ ~ 9i-lolds - -% 2.0 Thmire ionth. - - -- 1.0 1IAiES OF ADVElRTISLNG. One Hqtiaro on instirtion $1.00. For each bsequent insertion 500. Obittit rimi and Tributes of Respecit ohaged 'or a advoertisments. Liberal discount nade or contract advertisewents. --- -- JO1 WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Ileadti, Envelopes Posters, Cardii, Invitations, Tickie*.. k. neatly executed at this oftlee,--CIEAP FOR CAS11. Tho old scoop bonnet is revived. Trains are not so long as last, your. Elbow ilocvcs are very fashiona ble. Lace pendants are attached to the fronts of wide lace collars. The latest novelty in voils is black dotted, not lined, with white illusion. Corduroy velvet will bo largely used for the understirts of winter costumes. The embroidered handkercelof caps worn over t round mob cap of Brussels net, edged with a frill, are called "creole caps." Twelve and six button white kid gloves are shown for evening w...

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. — 31 October 1878

RS. m TI-WEEKLY EDIT~j~ WINNSBORIO. S. c.. 'rait IIsi-mY A 7.1Q' IVA~~ ~ A PL ENDID T19IB UTE. Heroism of the Southern People in War and in Pestilence [wLondon 8landard.3 The younger among us cannot perhaps romembir the koon warm sympathy with which the English of 1861-65 witnessed the heroic struggle maintained by their South., ern kinsmen against six-fold odds of numbers, and odds of position, resources, vantage ground, simply incalculable. Even those who, from sympathy with the Northern States, were mfavorable to the cause 9f a great nation revolting against a real tyranny could not but feel proud of our near kinship with that incomarable soldiery-so desig nated by their enemies-which, on fifty battlufields, maintained a con test such as no other race has ever in modern times maintained, and at last, when all hope was gone, held for six months, with forty-five thousand men against one hundred and fifty thousand, a slender line of earthworks thirty miles in length; who marched out...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 31 October 1878

WINNSBORO, S. C. TUE8DAYj OCTOBE1 : 31, 1878. n. ME'ANS DA 1I, EDITOR. JNO. as REYNO,1)5, AssOCIATH EDITOR. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor: WADE HAMPTON. For Lieutenant Governor W. D. SIMPSON. For Secretary of State: R. M. SIMS. For Comptroller General: JOHNSON HAGOOD. For Attorney General: LEROY F. YOUMANS. For State Treasurer: S. L. LEAPHART. For Superintendent of Education ; HUGH S. THOMPSON. .For A(Vutant & Inspector General. E. W. MOISE. For Congress-Fourth District JOHN H. EVINS. ORMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Representatives: H-. A. GAILLARD, TIIOS. S. BRICE, R. C. CLOWNEY. For Judge of Probate: J. R. BOYLES. For School Commissioner: JOHN BOYD. The Radicals mean mischief. The are working secretly and we believi they will yet put. out a ticket. TuE Neiws and Uourier is makinj a magniflcent fight in behalf of th( organized Democracy of Charleston Wherever it directs its broadsides i makes the fur fly. MR. ABRAM S. IIEWITT has beei shelved by Taminany. He was in .- - -...

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. — 31 October 1878

J0CAL ITEMS. TUR]SDA Y, OCTORIC 30, .' : 88. Now Advortlsements. Atention I Gordo. Light Infantry J. 11. Cuinligs,. 1st Sergeant. Attentionl- Fairfield Fire Engino Company, E. S. Chandler, Secretary. Thle Wvilliam"burg people haveshp ped Swvails. Whatt about ottr t,eatding Radicals? Thle Radicals mean mischief. They. aire working secretly and we b.cieve they will yet put otit a ticket. These are really ''hard times," and wise people save doctor bills by keep ing Dr. Bull's Cough Syrtp ilt tho houise. * Owing to the bad weitthier, the en tertaiment. oin Tuesday night was Only y l)C)OiV attel(ded, i I1 of the the Small auienclce, however, thie plays, ''Still Witers ltiun Deep" and ''Slash or and Crasher," were very creditably rendered, and well receivod by the audience. Tin.: EO.a.:o-rlN.--~At eleot ion on the 5th of November, thoro will be but. one box at. each precinct, and tlie polig will be open 11,om six o'clock, it. Iml., to six, ). m1i., it having beenl de cidi'd that, the iw c...

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. — 31 October 1878

~~h au andfl1~3nt1 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Weokly Ono Year. -- - - $4.0 Six-months. 2.0 Thre months. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square one insertion $1.00. For each subsequent insortion 50f. Obitua rios and Tributes of Respect charged for a advertisomonts. Liberal discount mado or contract advertisements. -o - JOB WORix. Bill Heads, Letter Hoads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tickets, &e. neatly executed at this office,--CHEAP FOR CASH. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. !WnCH ILOODi PARSON'S PURGATIVE PILLS make new rich blood, and will completely change the blood in the entire system in three mont,hs. Any per son who will take one pill each night from one to twelve weeks may bo restored to sound health, if such a thing be possible. Sent by mail for eight letter stamps. I. S. JOHNSON & CO., Bangor, Maine. DON'T SAY HUMBUG, DbT JUDGE FOR YOURSELF. SEND FOR FREE LITIHOGRAPII OF 5-TON FIFTY DOLLARS FREIGIT-PAID 1OLD ON TRIAL WAGON SCAILE, ALL IRON AND STEEL, BRASS BEAM. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 2 November 1878

TI-WEEKLY EDITIONJ -1NROO -AVAI-.D Y,NY~M 2,1878. A W1VOULD-DWC REMICIDE. Fruitless Attompt to Assassinate King Alphonso, of Spain. On the 26th ult., as King Alphonso, of Spain, was ri:ing through the stroots of Madrid, a pist-ol shot was fired at him. The criminal fired from tho side-walk in front of house No. 93, Calle Mayor, not far from the arched entrance to the Plaza Mayor. Ho aimed too low, however, and the bidl passed through the hand of a soldier stand ing guard on the opposite side of the street. The King saw the lash and, with an involunt-ry Imlovem1et of his aInl, cleCke.1 his horse ulo montarily. He then redo traiquily onward toward the palace. Several women who were staiding near the man who fired pointed him out with loud cries, and he was at once sO cured. He did not make the slightest attempt to escape. Torri ble indignation was ianifestod among the peoplo. AtteinWts were ma)tde to WVreak suinmiry v'engeance upon the assassin wl n he wis on his way to the dobierno C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 2 November 1878

WINNSBORO, S. C. BATUDAY, NOYRMBE- VR 0, 1878. JR. XA NS DAIt, EDITO. JNO. S. RE'NOLD, AsSOCIATH EDITOR. DAMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor: WADE HAMPTON. For Lieutenant Governor: W. D. SIMPSON. For Secretary of State: R. M. SIMS. For Comptroller General: JOHNSON HAGOOD. For Attorney General: LEROY F. YOUMANS. For State Treasurer.: S. L. LEAPHART. For Superintendent of Education : HUGH S. THOMPSON. For Aq;utant co Inspector General: E. W. MOISE. For Congress-lolourth District JOHN H. EVINS. DEOCRATIC VOUNTY TICKET. For Reprc.-ntatives: It. A. GAILLALRD, THOS. S. BRICE, I. C. CLOWNEY. For Judge of Probate: J. R. BOYLES. For School Commissioner: JOHN BOYD. COL. M. L. BoNIIA51, Ja., of the Ninety-Six Guardian, was married last week to one of Judge Aldrich's charming daughters. THE NEWS AND 11IRALT) extends hearty congratula tionm and best wishos. Sam Lee's Slanders. General Hagood, by request of Governor Hampton, has given a de tailed and succinct account of the dis turbance that to...

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. — 2 November 1878

lOCAL ITEMS. 8AT2UDAY,. NOVEMABER 2, :1878. Relaglous Notices. Baptist Church-The Rov. T. W. Mellichamp will lecture this afternoon at 4 o'clock, and preach to-imorrow at 11 O'clock, Ak. mr. 1piscopal Church-llev. J. Obear, services every Sinday except the 2nd SundaV of the m11onth; at 11 A. 5. Presbhyterin Ch1urch-lRev. 11. B. Pratt, 11 A. m11. aId 4: 30 1. r. Sun day School 9 A. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday 4: 30 1'. m. Now Advertisemenrm. New Arrivals-R. J. McCarley. Remember the regular )eiocratic Club meeting on Mr-nday night. The jury cases in the Court of Coin m,lon Pleas were concluded on Thuirs day afternoon, and tihe jurors, being discharged, went on their way re joicing. WmIsERiN-S OF Lovi;,.-Your baby's life is in danger wheneer it is troubled with a congh or col(. Give Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. * Rev. E. J. Meynardie, 1). D., will preach in the Methodist church to morrow night. Iev. V. A. Rogers will preach in the imorning as u 1sual. The last meeting of the Winnsboro Demo...

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. — 2 November 1878

he t ews ald XralA. I TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Weekly Ono Year. - - -- - $4.0 i " Six-mouhs. 2.0 0 " 'Throv months. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square ono insertion $1.00. For each subsoquent insertion 50 . Obitua ies and Tributou of Rospeot charged for a advortisomonts. Liberal disoount made or eontraet advertisements. -0 JOB WORK. Bill Heada, Letter Honds, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tiokets, &c. neatly executed at this offle,-CIIEAP TOR CASH. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. REW RICI ILOODI PAliSON'S PUIRGATIVE 1ILLS make new rich blood, and will completely change the bloo(l in the entire systeIn il three mont.hs. Any per son who will take one pill each night froi one to twelve weeks maybo rostored to sollu(n health, if such a thing be possible. Sent by mall for eight, letter stalps. I. 1. JOHNSON & CO., Bangor, Maino. DON'T SAY HUMBUG, BUT JUDGE FOlt YOUH4SELF. SEND FOR FREE LITIOGRAPIi OF 5-TON FIFTY DOLLARS FRlIMIIT-PAID SOLD ON TnIAL WAGON SCALE, ALL IRON AND ...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 5 November 1878

R. WR,.C 2. NO. 11 fltl-WEEKLY IEDITfION.) WINNS13RO .C.TUESI)AY., NOY-EMBE1,R 5. 1878,.t THE ST. CROIX OUTBREAK. -- 0 TWO RACMS ANG AGE IN A CON WST OF CRUELTY. Twin Specimens of Barbarity--Lives Lost and Eotates Destroyed.--Special casualides. During the first week in October a fearful insurrection of the blacks broke out in St. Croix, a small island in the West Indies. The laborers bec.-me discontented with the labor law and all the troops having been removed from the o A end, an out.. break was the consequence. The riot lasted only a few days, but during that time over fifty estates were desolated. Troops restored order, and a number o' the ringlead era were tried, confessed their crimes, and were execnted. The women were the most violent, but they will not be executed, as the laws of Denmark forbid the capital punishment of women. SCENES OF 1O.non. A correspandent visiting the scene of the disturbance draws a sickening picture of the desperate conflict that raged for sever,il d...

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. — 5 November 1878

WINNS3ORO. SC. TUENBDAr NOVEMBER 1 5, 1978. It. ME AN DA 178. 1DITOR. JNO. S. 1EYNOLDS, ASSOCIATE EDITO1. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor: WADE HAMPTON. For Aeutenant Governor: W. D. SIMPSON. For Secretary of State: it. M. SIMS. For Conptroller General: JOHNSON HAGOOD. For Attorney General: LEROY F. YOUMANS. For State 7'reasurer: S. L. LEAPHART. For Superintendent of Education; HUGH S. THOMPSON. For Adjutant to Inspector General: E. W. MOISE. For Congregs-Fourtha District: JOHN H. EVINS. DZMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Representatives: 11. A. GAILLARD, TI1OS. S. BRICE, R. C. CLO WNEY. For Judge of Probate: J. R. BOYLES. For School Commissioner: JOHN BOYD. The Ides of November. To-day will be heavy with the fte of Liberty inl the Unlited States. Two great par.les representing utterly anltagoiistlc opilionls on the fillida mental principles of the constitution will wage a desperate contest in thirty-five States for the mastery in Federal politics. In a large iumber, State officers...

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. — 5 November 1878

IA~~~ ~~ -kAL I'....' q' UESIL AYV. NO 1'E1B IHI d , :1.578. NNw Adver"AsomontW. IFall Camilpaign,i-do. L. Atillinaugh. How is tihe blaby? is the (ulestiol often put to it iimother, and many an answer comes, "'Tllanks to Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup, much botter to-diy." * Mr. Jino. L. Miinlaugh publislhs in this issue aniother price-list., inl which 1e States tih ligrs t1 whiCh he Iro posos to sell glods. The attention of purchasers is respvcA fully invited. SInl plurSuancee of instArutl'ionsg from Coprle-Iea huagood, tle tini for paying taxes without the penalty is extendel inl this couit v to the 9t1 inst. This is the lAst callnee, and taxpayers will doI wall to set.tle up with the county treasui-r before that day. (ForTu NNwS AND 11FRA.D. TOUCNAMENT AT 1;URNA VIS TA. The usual oionolony of our very disturbud on Ole 2tth utit., by the miar filinlilig of a crowd of colht ry l gi e il Ill inl rInt of llaun Visuta. to doilde Wh1.) slidthl sceeO fromk te (he. ilag of firil. ladie.; a QIueen...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 5 November 1878

THE SOLID SOUTH. zx-mARJAsz PITtip IN'S Vr1RF'S OP TiLE 1RES TE'I' V? ISIS. rho War Issues Abandonod--What the Political Futur Will Bo. WAsm11o-roN, OCt. 2. -- Ex-Marsal 1 it.kinl, a nlative of Louisiana, who, during the past fortnight has beel regaining here the 1physical strength lo.t during a recent sovero yellow fever attack at New Orleans, was visited by your correspondent to-day with the following rosult-: "Marshal., I see you are not in the Northern canvass ; do you make any speeches boforo your return ?" "No ; I had sptpulated to speak at the West early last month, but my illness prevented. "Will you elect any Re,)l1;-ican Congressmon in Louisiana? "Not one. I suspect that some of the Federal appointoos signified up hero that they had a Congres sional district hare and thoro in their pockot, but not one can be delivored, I apprehond. Tho Re publicans, indeed, are not now at work as an organization, but may to some extent reinforce the Nationale, who have nomines in the first...

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. — 5 November 1878

THE SOLID SOUTIL ---0 EX-AARSJXAL PITKCINw8 VIA'WS OF TIE PRENT CTRISM. rho War Issues Abandoned--Wliat the Poitteal Futturo Winl Bo. Mun 1h'rom,Phe .m-e Yorlerddl.] W 1smNrroN, Oct. .6. -- Ex-farshal 1 it,kin, a nativo of Louisiana, wilo, (luring the past fortlight has boon rogaining here the physical strength lost during a recent sovero yellow fover attack at New Orleans, was visited by your corrospondent to-day with the following result "M11arshal, I sce you are not ill the Northern canvass ; do you make any speeches bofore your return ?" "No; I had stipiiuted to spoak at the West early lait month, but my illness provented. "ill you elect any Republican Congressmen in Louisiana ?" "Not one. I suspect that some of the Federal aj)pointoos signified up here that they had a Congres sional district hore and there in their pockot, but not one can be delivered, I apprehond. The Re publicans, indeed, are not now at work as an organization, but may to somo oxtont reinforco the Nationals, ...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 7 November 1878

RI-WEEKLY EDITION.} 'WINNSBoRo.TS.C..,THURSDAY, NO'VEMBER 7,t 878 (L.2 . 119 BEN BUTLER'S BIOGRAPHY. -0 WEKnB 11. VAMB noBr--INCI DEVT8 IN111 CAt1EE. What a Reporter Learned iu a Wide With the Essex Statesman--Ben Tells His Own Story. [Nitom the New York Sui.] The weary way was enlivened by General Butler relating many re miniscences of a varied and . active life. I picked up, in this way, some scraps of biography. General But ler's grandfather and father were seafaring men. His grandfather served, however, as a cavalry officer in the revolutionary army until be was rendered unfit for duty by a broken leg. He then fitted out a privateer and captured an East Indian so large that he hoisted his little craft on deck and sailed into a port of Portugal. His grandfather on his mother's side was also . a privateersman. General Bittler was BORN IN NEW IIAMPSHIRE. His father died six months before at St.- Christopher, in' the West Indies. "The piece of land on which I was born," General Butl...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 7 November 1878

'Ilt- WEEKLY u JNBR .C.rllsDA NOVEMBER 7,1878 BEN BUTLER'S BIOGRAPHY. WHERE IrE CAME 1J2--INCI DINT8 IN 118 CALBBR. What a Reporter Learned In a Ride With the Essex Statesman--Ben Tells His Own Story. [ Rromi the New York Sun.1 The weary way was enlivened by General Butler relating many re miniscences of a varied and . active life. I picked up, in this way, some scraps of biography. General But lor's grandfather and father were seafaring men. His grandfather served, however, ai a cavalry officer in the revolutionary army until he was rendered unfit for duty by a broken leg. He then fitted out a privateer and captured an East Indian so large that lie hoisted his little craft on dock and sailed into a port of Portugal. His grandfather on his mother's side was also . a privateorsman. General Batler was 'DORN IN NEW 1AMPSI11E. His father died six months before at St.- Christopher, in' the West Indies. "The piece of land on which I was born," General Butler said, "was so stony that in dr...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 7 November 1878

WINNSBORO, S. 0. VHURSDAY, NOVRMBR 7, 1 1875e 79. MN ANS DAVIS, HDITO1. WNO* a. RYNOLIDf, ASSOCIATIC EDITOM. CHARLESTON ALL RIGHT I An "Independent Democrat" "Tries Conclusions With the County Execu tive Committee" and Comes Out at the Little End of the H9rn --The Straw that Broke the Campbell's 3ftoj. (SPECIAL TO Tam NNWS AND UERALD.) CUAnLESTON, November 6-7, P. M. -The Democratic majority in the city is over six thousand, with several precincts in the country yet to- be heard from. On the basis of tho*v6te' of 1876, the Democratic majority in Charleston county cannot fall below forty-five hundred, and it may reach flive thousand. .. Europe. Europe is In a delightful state. The late treaty of Berlin iwas -apparently but a temporary arrangement, that all the powers are t(*gettng as Ynst 'as possible. Russia and Turkey are again on the eve of war; while Eng land is preparing to fight the Afghais, who are thought to be backed secretly by Russia. The Austrian, Italian and Grr ek Cabin...

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