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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 11 February 1879

TlRI-WEEKLY EDITION.} WINNSBOIRO, S. C. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1879 WVOL. 3. NO.5 1)0UJSL. WO ONG. Making Love to a Two- Headed .Girl. Millie Christine, the two headed colored girl, hats been relating her expenic ce with lovers to t reportor. She claims to have had Len prupos als. "ho says : "Vhy, I have had let me seo (counlting lingers on two haads with two other hands)---why, ten outright proposals, and prha1ps as aiuiy more suitors, who never asked ne to marry them, but "sp ku of love. Vhito ?, You forgot sir, that I have been abroad for many years and saw no colored peoplo, ailthougl my first have affair was in this country. You can't expect that I could tell you of thom but in a goneal wd y. I don't mind say. ing that muy suitors have boon of evory profession aund conditiol of man, with th majority loading to ward speculative showmen, whc thought to 1impOse ptlpon1 mo with pro fosisie o3 of a p_lssiol that they mighi realize upon lmy value as a curiosity. I sent them to the rig...

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 February 1879

WINNSBORO. S. C. TIYE5DAY, 11CIRuAny 11, ,1179. I. MICA NS DA VIS, }N.UITOI. ./No. 8. ILEYkOl,3. AssCIATK EDIToK. Verbatim. Reports. Comptroller John Kelly, of New York City, is the ;Grand Mogul of Tammany. Mayor'Cooper is the .head of the anti-Tamniany and Republican coalition. They are naturally not boon companions, and their ofcliiil Intercourse is quite guarded. A New York paper' tells the followting amus ing incident: At every meeting of the Board of Appointment, the mayor has em E,loved a stenographer to take ver batim reports of all proceedings, and particularly of what might 1e said in discussion by either His Honor or Comptroller Kelly. Yesterday the stonograpJier was present as uuual, and, with pencil in hand and note book on a table, he patiently awaited the continuation of the argument in reference to the'power of a depart m1ent to exceed its appropriation. When the mninutes, as corrected by the mayor, were adopted, and just as that. oflicial appeared to be about to resu...

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 February 1879

LOCAL ITEMS. T'URSDnA'",1EInlUAfY11, 18-9. RAILROAD S(,uII)UItI..-The f)oIw ing is the present schedule of arrivals, on the Charlotte, Columbia and Au gust4a Iailroad: DAY PASSENGER--GOINo NonTII. Columbia - - 1.45 P. M. Blythewood - - 2.41 " Rlidgeway - - 3.03 " Winnsboro - - 3.35 " Woodward's - - 4.10 " t Blackstock - - 4.15 " S Chester - - 4.46 " c DAY PASSENGER--GOING SOUTH. t Chester - - 12.47 r. A. Blackstock - - 1.16 "i Woodward's - - 1.21 " t Wiunsboro - - 1.56 " c Ridgeway - - 2.26 " c lilvthewood - - 2.44 " Columbia - - 3.25 " Don't catch cold, but if you do, r nothing will meet the requirements of the case as well Dr. Bull's Cough t Syrup. Pric' 25 cents. . " * Tho Register mentions that com plaints have been lodged with the i Railroad Commissioner as to the s freight on flour charged by the Char- 1 lotto, Columbia, and Augusta Rail road Company-one from lllackstock, C and one from Winnsboro. It is quite I proper that parties feeling themselves aggrieved in the matter of ...

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. — 11 February 1879

Ile Am%u aml Xisalt Till WEERLY EDITION. TElR MS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Wcokly Ouo Year. -- - - - $1.0 "' " Six-mointh9. - - .- - 2.0 S Threa iuonth4. - -- - 1.0 RATES OF ADVEIRTISING. Ono squaro. one insortion $1.00. ech sibset uon4 insertion 50c;. 0 riies and ''r' ulo of Respect char go s advortisef fits. Liberal discou nt or contract , vertisemexnts. JOIJ WORK. 1111 Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes Posters, Cardg, Invitations, Tiokets, &c. neatly executed at this ofllce,-CIIEAP FO'R CASH. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. UNIT ED STATES GOVERNMENT. EXEcUTIvE. President--Rutherford B. Hayes, of Ohio, to March 4, 1881. Secretary of State-William M. Evarts, o; {ow York. Secrotary of Treasury-John Sherman, of Ohio. Socrottry of War-Geo. W. Mc Crary, of Iowa. Secrotaiy of Navy-Richard Thon ps9n, .of Indiana. Secre tary - of Interior-Carl Schurz, of M.tissouri. Attofloy Genoral-Charles Dev ens, of Massachusetts. PostniMtdn. General-David M. Key, of Teinesoe. 1nE?iSLA'rIVE. Presic cJ4t,u. the Seuato-...

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. — 13 February 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION.} WINNS13ORO, S. C. TII U RS DA . FE UAUARY 13, 1879 vOL 3. N'.A A RADICAL MANIL 7ro. O 1 A Paper Circulating in Some Parts of South Carolina, Intended to Organ. ize and Solidit'y the "Party" for 1880. -Fronthe Marion (S. C.) Star. 1 The following circular, purport ing to have been issued by the Ron. publican party of the State, is being extensively circulated among the colored people. At the head of the circular is the picture of a bobtail Shanghai rooster airing his lungs with a heavy crow. The circular looks to a warm contest in 1880. And the Demo, crats should be prepared to meet any emergency. Democratic rule is the only hope for honest govern ment in South Carolina- We deem it our duty as a watchman on the tower to publish the circular, and thus warn the Democrats of im pending danger, that they may ward it off in time to prevent danger to their organization : Crow for the Republican party i Crow for the Republicans in carrying New York, Connecticut and New ...

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. — 13 February 1879

WIN NSIOtO., S. C. TIUlCRDA, FELIRL.RY 13, 1879 N. M1:ANS 0/1Vr'1, ED>ITOn. .!NO. S. It E'Y'N,O1,X. AssocIATE EIToR. GovrNORait CCI.:I,E,AN and the Re. publican Senate of New Jersey are at loggerheads over the appointment o judges. TiE Po-TTER investigation show' two things, first, that some Demo crats tried to steal back the Presiden cy, and failed for want of funds, and secondly, that the Radicals were suc cessful both in stealing the Presidency and then in stealinsr their oipher despatches, by which the theft wi" acconliished. The Radicals are con siderably ahead in the game of fraud. THEy sAY TIIAT Kellogg is one of the warmest electioneerers in the Senate for Butler. If Butler is un seated nqw, Kellogg knows he will go on the first week in next session, whereas he hopes if Butler is left un seated, he also may be permitted to retain his seat. Shrewd observers say that the object of' the whole movement on the part of the Radicals is to col mit the Democrats to the proposition...

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 1879

ULOCAL 1ITEMvS. K li ~4'1/R. Dit , U1 U.i I FLY 13, 1s9 ing is the t.aescnt. schedule of arrival.., t on the Ch.;rlotte, Colunibtia and A u $usta l d lroad : D,t PAssinrER(-:Go.1Nu Nutrru. fi Columbia - - 1.45 r. M. Blythewood - - 2.41 " Ilidgeway - - 3..03 " a Winnsboro - 3.35 " 1 Woodwar41's - - 4.10 " llcstock - --' 4.l5 " r IlChester - - 4.46 " 1)AY PASSENGER-GOJNc So'rj. . Chester - - 12.47 ., M. Blackstock - - 'L.16 " W k1oodward's - - 1.21 '' ii Wiunsboro - -. 1.56 ' y Ridgeway - 2.26 " Blythewood - - 2.44 " .)olumbia - - 3,25 " N ew A dvertiments. Now Home--.Juhusgn, Clark & Co. 1 Citation-J. II. Boyles, J. P. F. C. Dissolved Bone "-McMaster & Brice. Knights qf Ilonor-E. S. Chandler, Iteportlr. Genoral 1,3ratton hats r.1nrned from p Charleston, where he went to the ff Grange, and not on phosphate business a pis reported. ti "MNIay your troulbles only be little ones, and may you always have Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup handy,'' said an old bachelor to a newly-iurried couple....

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. — 13 February 1879

TRI WEE1LY EDITION. TERMi OF0 SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Weekly One Year. -- -- - - $4.0 ". "1 Six-months. - - -- - 2.0 "s " Throa months. - - - 1.0 RATFS OF ADVERTISING. One square one insertion $1.00. eaoh subseq uent insertion 504. O rios and T'rib utes of Rospect char go s advertisements. Liberal discou nt or contract advertisoments. JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tickets, &o. neatly executed at this office,--OHEAP FOR CASH. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. EXEoUTIVE. President-Rutherford B. Hayes, of Ohio, to March 4, 1881. Secretary of State-William M. Evarts, of New York. Secretary of Treasury-John Sherman, of Ohio. Secretary of War-Geo. W. Mc Crary, of Iowa. Secretary of Navy-Richard Thompson, of Indiana. Secretary of Interior-Carl Schurz, of Missouri. Attorney General-Charles Dev ens, of Massachusetts. Postmaster Gener al-.David M. Key, of Tennessee. LEGISLATIVE. President of the Senate-William A A. Wheeler, of New York. S...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 15 February 1879

T1I.I WE KL Y EDITION.) WINNSI3O,O S.C . S ATU" A, F.UIU 1 1L1RJATY 15,.18719 ?- VOL.3.N) TIHE PHOSPHATE QUESTION. ---o AOMET'HING MORE ON 4 XTJAV ?N'TING TOPIC. A Communloation from Maj. T, W. Woodward. 1lfes srs. ls'ditors: In suggesting that the phosphate extortion be con sidored either in mass meeting or before the Damocratic clubs, if was not my intention, as you seem to think, to divert Democracy from its d'true and legi.imate channel, and m'ike it again of b'.d odor, by having it dabble in phosphates, Far from it--for I h we lively and not pleas ant recollections of a time not re motely in the past history of this county, when Democrats had an ex:'eodingly bad enell in the nos trils of some of our people. You mi dht havo s 1ved your homily on the: d.oteS oi Doinocratic clubs, for I a3ure you tiat I shall be -one of the last to in; dir the political effn .ci ;ney of these associations. DIy i ioc w cs this-th,t it i-ngiht be in. convenient for our people from all p11rts to asse...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 15 February 1879

~1etv RITA praIZ V NSBORO, 8. C. AATUR4,.FBRUARJY 18, , 1879. R. MEANS DAVIS, EDlion. 'IWO. S. 1tUENLDS, ASSOCtATE EDITOR. CHARLESTON harbor will get a hun dred thousand dollars this year for harbor improvements. JuDGE BOND has decided that there is no United States law to punish a manager for stuffing . a ballot box. I As law makers, Congressmen are not a success, AFOUANISTAN is a nice sort of place. ' The Afghans have not equaled. the Zulus in success against John Bnll, but they find no difficulty in making It lively for each -other. When the British marched upon Afghanistan, and Shere All fled to Prussia, his son, Yakoob Khan,, whom ho had previously thrown -in prison, was elevated to the throne under Rritish auspices. But Yakoob's transition from the dungeon to the palace threatens not to be permanent. Ilis subjects are quarreling among them selves; and when Yakoob Khan sent a cavalry regiment to Kokistan to I quell disturbances among the tribes there, both factions suspended ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 15 February 1879

IAJUCAL ITEMM.; LITU)IAY.FER1EUArtY 1,. 187U. R.%t uo.k1 c.nt;nmt.t.--TChe follow ing i" the pretnt schew: ' arr;-;als, oil tlie (:lulotle, Columbia and A.u busta llailroad :DAY PAsENIuR-G OINo NORTH. Colutnbia - - 1.45 r. M. lythc-wood - - 2.-1 '' Iiidgeway - - 3.03 " Willnsboro - - 3.3.5 " Voodward's - - 4.10 " .llackstock - 4.15 " Chester - - 4.46 " A).Y PASSsNGER-GOING SOUTH. Chester - - 12.47 P. r. Il3ackstock - - 1.16 "c Voodward's - - 1.21 ' Wiunsboro - - 1.56 ' ti(lgewaV - - 2.26 " llvthettwood - - 2.44 " Columbia - - 3.25 " Reltcrious Services. Associato Reformed Church-Rev.J. M. Todd, 11, A. M., and 7, r. u. Episcopal Church-Rev. J. Obear, sorvices every tSinday except the 2nd 8undav of the nulthll; at 11 A. M. l'reshv terian Chturch-Rev. 11. B. Pratt, I I .%. in. and 3: 30 r. 3t. Sun (lay ,'lt 01, 9 A. M. Prayer meeting, Wed w ,day, 3:30 r. M. Mlethodlist Church-Rev. W. A. Rogers, 11 A. Mi., and 7 1-2, P. M. Sunday School, 10, A. At. Prayer Meeting on Thursday at 7 1-2, '...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 15 February 1879

TRI WEERLY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Wookly One Year. -- -- - - $4.0 " Six--uonths. - - -- - 2.0 44 " Throe months. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One squaro one insertion $1.00. oach subsequent insertion 504. 0 r ics and Tributos of Respect charge s advertisements. Liberal d iscou nt or contract advertisements. JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tickets, &c. noutly executed at this offloe,-CHEAP NO1t CASH. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.' UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. EXEOUTIVE. President-Rutherford B. Hayes, of Ohio, to March 4, 1881. Secretary of State-William M. Evarts, of New York. Secretary of Treasury-John Sherman, of Ohio. Secretary of War-Goo. W. Mc Crary, of Iowa. Secretary of Navy-Richard Thompson, of Indiana. Secretary of Interior-Carl Schur', of Missouri. Attorney General-Charles Dev ens, of Massachusetts. Postmaster General-David M. Key, of Tennessee. LECISLATIVE. President of the Senate----William I A. Wheeler, of New York. Secre...

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. — 18 February 1879

SE.D N. WINN Q S. C TUEDOiY3 NO.E DR. SAMUEL JOHNSON. --o-.-, rvERDAY LIFl OF TWE G$B,4T LE.X ICOU.45"HE$. MBe Savage Manners.-Love of Contra diction--A Warm Iear Under A . Boug, Hi de. Dr. Samuel Johnson was a singu~ lar compound of strength and weakness., of great vigor of mind, of strong appetites, of immense learning and eminent disregard of the courtesies, - as well as the deceneies, of life, lie was both eavage and tender, brutal and kiod. haearted. This will appear by further incidents of hig life. He often talked for the sake of being brilliant, or for gaining the svictory, not for the sake of arriving at the truth, and when worsted in .argument would ignore it.. He told Boswell when he was getting .the betster of him; Let us halve no .more of this. I'd rather you'd "w4istle a .Scoteh tune." He would ,say to his opponents : "You talk the langnags of ignoranco." A ,life-long friend said: "There's no .arguing with Johnson, for he will not hoar you, and haying the louder ,voice...

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. — 18 February 1879

VINNSBORo, S. C. T'UESD1Y, FEBRUA RY 1$. 1871 R. ME .A J)A18, Enlo. ,JNU. Y. R1':LQLDS. ASSOC1ATE EDuITOK. IT 13 s.AI that through famine an Slall)ox, in the province of Cear in Brazil, one-half of a total poptuhl tion of a million souls have perishe in two years. Letters from tl stricken region bristle with horrors. ZACu CHANDLER has been nominal ed by the Republican caucus to su< ceed Christiancy as United State Senator. One by one the old Gran hacks are getting back to Washing ton. Zach Chandler and Logan wer shining lights in the era of violene and fraud. The Grant movement i booming. FItED DOUGLASS objects to Senato Windom's scheme of colonizing thi negroes in one of the Western terri tories. He says that Massachusett fifty years ago was is bad a place fo the colored man as Mississippi I to-:lay, and prophesies that publi opinion in the South will change as 1 has done in the North. PETER CoorEa's sixty-sixth anni versary was celebrated on the 14th b a large number of friends...

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. — 18 February 1879

r LOCAL ITEMS. 2'URSDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 187. RAILROAD SCHEDULE.-The follow ing is the present schedule of arrivals, oiu the Charlotte, Columbia and Au= gusta iailroad: DAY PASS ENGE R--GOINO NORTH. Columbia - - 1.45 r. nt. l31vthewood - - 2.41 " 1Bidgeway - - 3.03 " Winnsboro - - 3.35 " Woodward's - - 4.10 " lilaekstock - - 4.15 " Chester - - 4.46 " DAY PASSENGIER-GOING SOUTH. Chester - . - 12.47 r. u. Blackstock - - 1.16 " Woodward's - - 1.21 " Wiunsboro - - 1.56 Ridgeway - - 2.26 " 1lythewood - - 2.44 ' Columbia - - 3.25 " New Advertiments. The Weekly News-Riordan & Daw All those who have given it a trial will not be without it. It cures. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. * DEAUTWUL SNOW.--On Sunday morning, the first snow of the season bcgan falling, and in a short time the ground was covered. It was "too bright to last," however, and melted away almost as rapidly as it. had come. 1)EATH OF MR. IENIRY C,ARK.-Mr. Henry Clark, a highly respected citi zen of this county, died at his home 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. — 18 February 1879

TRI WEEKLY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Wookly One Year. - -- - -- *-1. " '" Six-mtonths. 2. " " ''hro, months. - - - 1. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square one insertion $1.00. . eaoh subsequent insertion 64. 0 ries and Tributes of Respect charge s advertisonouts. Liberal discouut or contract advertisomets. JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelope Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tiokets, &i meat,y exeouted at this office,-CHEA] IFOR CASH. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT EXECUTVE. President-Ruthorford B. Hayes of Ohio, to March 4, 1881. Secretary of State-William M Evarts, of Now York. Secretary of Tro.tsury-Johr Sherman, of Ohio. Secretary of War--Geo. W. Mc Crary, of Iowa. Secretary of Navy-Richari Thompson, of Indiana. Secretary of Interior-Car Schurz, of Missouri. Attorney General-Charles Dev ens, of Massachusetts. Postmaster GeneI al-David M Key, of Tennessee. LEGISLATIVE. President of the Senate-Williat A. Wheeler, of New York. Secretary of Senate--George...

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. — 20 February 1879

rrt- E K N1 EDITI[(N } 1'YNi BR U,O S. C. '1I lLtSPA. l'L'1RU11IIY 20, 1879 VYOL.3N ) WUTUERN WARt CLAIMS. i Sl'EWIOPIoY. D. WVYATT AIKEN IN TIIE 1W USE AT IWAsIIA TZ0. Bogus Claimants--Confedorates Asking no Money-Questions for the Courts -South Carolina Carpet-Baggers The State Solid for the Union. In a debate in the House last week on the question of paying a citizen of Virginia for the uso of his wharf in Alexandria during the war, a numbor of speeches having boon made, Col. D. Wyatt Aiken spoke briefly, and hie is reported as fol lows in ti. (;ong/.ressional .Rccord Mr. Chairman, before the vote is taken on this bill I would like to say a word in reply to what fell from the lips of the gentleman from Michigan, [Mr. Conger.] I wish to say to him that had lie waited one moment he would have had a reply expressing, I think, the sentiments of at least the Southern memiberson this side of the Hall. The gontloman is always too fast. -1Ir. Chairman, speaking now for myself only, I wil...

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. — 20 February 1879

WINNSB3ORO, 8. C. THURSDAY, 'EDIRUAR Y 20, 1870. R. 1KrAN DA 1IS, EDrron. JNO. 8. RE ENOLDS. ASSOOIATh E oTO.. DUING A HxtCENT debate in the House, the Southern Democrats put themselves on record as opposed to var claims, and Colonel Aiken made a very effective speech which was loudly applanldtel. I'r Is A STANlE co-incidence that during the debate in the Senla to over the bill to restrict Chinese immigra tion, a colored m an, Bruce, of Mis sissippi, occupied the Vice-PresideIt's chair. This is the first time, too, that a colored man has cver presided over the Senate. WJ DO NOT REGRET having coin mented on Major Woodward's con inunication regarding phosphates, as we evoke d an interesting and instruc tive reply. Nor was it intended to mn isrepresentt Major Woodward's posi tion as to the value of phosphates, nor, more especially, to take up the cudgels in behalf of the nanutatur ers. When we asked for a discussion we simply wanted light on an import ant matter about which we knew not...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 20 February 1879

-L OCAL ITEMS. xsURSDA,FrLlUARYO, ^ 187d. RAILOAD SC1IEDULE.-The follow ing is the present schedule of arrivals, on the Charlotte, Columbia and Au gusta IRailroad:. DAY PASSENGEin-GoiNo Nolirn. Columbia - 1.45 1'. r. Ilvthewood - - 2.41 " Ililgeway - - 3.0 '' 'iunsb"oro - 3.35 " Woo(lward's - - 4.10 " lilackstock - - 4.15 " Chester - - 4.46 " )AY PASSEN 11n--GoiN SOUrH1. Chester - - 12.47 1.. r. lilackstock - - 1.16 ' Wvoo(lward's - - 1.21 ' Winnsboro - - 1.56 '' Itidgewav - - 2.26 " lilythewood - . ).44 " Columbia - - 3.25 " NeJw Advertimonts. Notice for final discharge.-Thos. Rt. Robertson. Procure it In time if you 'wish to save doctor bills. 1)r. Bull's Cough Syrup. Price 25 cents. Messrs. McMaster & Brice, J. F. McMaster & Co. and F. Gcrig & Son have great bargains to ollr in their respective lines of goods. Their new advertisements will appear in the next issue of THE NEWS AND HERALnD. Prof. N. Schmitt, so well known as a competent music-teacher and piano tuner, is...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 20 February 1879

the alews and . raId TII WEEELY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSORIPTION. Tri-Weekly Ono Year. - - - - $4.0 " " Six-months. - - - 2.0 "" "" Threa mouths. -- - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. Oae square one insertion $1.00. eaeh subsequent insertion 604. 0 ties and. Tributes of-Rospoot char go a advertisem ents. Liberal disoou nt or sontract advertisomonts. JOB WORK. Bill' Letter Heads, Envelopes Poar, ards, Invitations, Tickets, &o. a ly exoated at this ofmoo,--CHEAP VI OA8a.. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. U101ED STATES GOVERNMENT. EXEOUTIVE. President-Rutherford'B. Hayes, of Ohio, to March 4, 1881. Secretary Of State-William M. Evarts, of New York. Secretary of Treasury-J ohn Sherman, of Ohio. Secretary of War-Ge. W. Mc Orary, of Iowa. Secretary of Navy-Richard Thompson, of Indiana. Secretary of Interior-Carl Schurz, of Missouri. Attorney General-Charles Dev ens, of Massachusetts. Postmaster General-David M. Iey, of Tennessee. LEGISLATIVE. President of the Senate-William A. Wheeler, of New York. Secre...

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