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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 11 May 1878

TI{1E NEW STYLE OF DRAMA. -0 A PLOT THAT IS SLIGHTLY MIXED BUT REPAYS PER USAL. What a San Francisco Critic Thinks of the Play of Evangelino---A Graphic Description. [ Ferom the California Spirit of the Times.] The story of R!,vangelinc, now being played at the Grand Opera House, this city, is not as intricate as one Victor Hugo's novels, nor as clear as one of Miss Thackery's, but it tells , stay, however, let Mr. Goodwin give the argument in his own fashion : As a rule we dislike to got into an argument with anybody, but for the benefit of those persons who, having left their spectacles at home, are unable to see the plot of Evangeline, we have waived all personal feelings and consented to explain a few intricacies which may not be apparent at first sight. Some years before the curtain rises -that is to say, looking back beforo the action of the piece begins what we mean is, soine timo prc vious to the date of the play's com mencement-on second thought, we will begin this argument...

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. — 14 May 1878

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 14 May 1878

WINNSBORO, t 0. Tuesday, May 14, 1878. A. MEANS DA VIS, EDITOR. JN0 S. REYNOLDS, ASmOCIATG EDITOR, THE TENTH of May was observed n many places as Memorial Day. The services wore very impressivo. JUDGE Boxn, in the United Stites Court, has decided that York . county must pay the railroad bonds. THE METHODISTS and Baptists and Episcopalians have boon holding their annual meetings. Tho Epis - copal diocese of this State has adopted a canon preventing women from voting in church meetings. THE HOUSE oF iol)resontatives, in Washington, was the scene of a disgraceful squabble on Friday over the question whether the Federal government was responsible for the treatment of prisoners at Ander sonville. Of course it was ; but that is no excuso for making a beer garden of Congress. THE APPARENr backing down of Russia has heretofore seemed in explicable. But now it has leaked out that the Bogtun of Bhopal has offered her entire force of live thousand nako:l Sopoys to Great Britain. The Czar could...

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. — 14 May 1878

r,OCAL ITEMS. CUANGO O SOIIEDULE.-The follow ng is the schedule of the Charlotte, olumbia and Augusta Railroad : DAY PASSENGER. Going South. Going North. eave B!aukstock, 3.15, P. M. 2.1 5, P. U " Winn8boro, 4.02, P. r. 11.20, A. M. " Ridgoway, 4.38, r nt. 10.52, A. M. NIQhT PASENGER. Going South. Going North. oave Blackstook, 12.31, A. af. 2.03, A. M. " Wi.nsboro, 1.14, A. M. 1.14, A. M " Ridgoway, 1 .49, A. M. .12.30, A. M. 'ew Adverttdnmei. Club Moetin,--D. I. Flenniken, Secretary and Treasury. Now is the time to advertise candidates. We will bring thorn out cheap. "Trouble commences early in life," we heard a young wife say, when she sent for a bottle of Dr.. Bull's Baby Syrup, to cure the baby. Reports are that the worms are cutting the cotton in the Doko country, and that April corn in the north.-east section of the county is also suffering from them. Earlier corn is doing well there. The ?egi.ster of Saturday con toins the foliowing "dot :" The sad intelligence comes to us fr...

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. — 14 May 1878

M..'NWO OF TIIF DAY. Gen. Grant, with his wife and son, has arrived in Paris. The Boston Home Mutual Insur - ance Company has been enjoined from doing further business. The English government, in preparation for war has ordered one million pounds of lint-enough to' dress twenty million wounds. T wo aweo of the bu,sino3s por tion of Bradfordl, Pa., woro sw opt by fire last week. The loss is estimated at fifty thousand dollars. The fact of Mrs. Tilton's con. fesion was telegraphod to the London -press, and appears in large typo in the great dailies. The four 100-ton guns made by Armstrong for the Italian govern - mont have been purchased from him by the English Admiralty. All Italy is disgusted. At the municipal election in Charlotte, N. C., last wook, Mr. 13. R. Smith was elected mayor over Col. Win. Johnston by a small ma jority. A contest is spoken of. A storm passed over Memphis, list week, partially unroofing a number of business houses and the Peabody Hotel. The damage by wind a...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 16 May 1878

i 'r,'"f4 ~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1t. . . . . A NYC" '.;,a r;,, } r'1.< .'i\n .; , { .f.j;,. ; } I-y r 71 'A"' TRWEKT YDT10NW~XINNSBORO. S. C.. HRDY MAY 16, 1878. {VOZ.N.4 N E W A I) I'III1 I F,'. Seven REVOLVERsh'elitn 3ox Cartridges. Address, J. BRtOWN & SON, 180 and 18, Wood St., Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. 18142 Soldiers and WRilowa cnn now get OPenSlonx'bv writitsg to John Kirk patrick, CambrIdge, Ohio. Ma~strates wanted as agentts. OR;cA:S E'"liblIon" L t _t l:"auiie. l r Cir"'liaS. with 1e-w .vl-s, REt( 'ED) 1C. an'l mnult in'ninorton sent frre. N ASON & ill 11LIN Organ CO:.t PANY, B3.ton, New York or cicl'ag'. Pi Atohh'r battle on R G A1N with mnnop")llst rencwal.1 See B.'att.y's l:,:est Nctw>papor for full rnply sent free. Itore buying PIANO or OIIOAN read mv lat't. elr Cular Heat ty's celebrate.d 'lPiano; .in' 't )rg.t in, bo:LUtlful inLst rumentj ! Chalnge cotmp.tri-.on 1 Itivals are Jealou, of my :u+cce.;s : M:,4 ttne.ess ful hun';e in Amerlca ! Comn111'ns"''d a ifew ...

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. — 16 May 1878

ihe tus anl ern1t. WINNSBORO, S. 0. Thursday, May 16. : 1878. s. maaX DA v8, 3PrrOS. Yr?o 4M. DazNOLDH. AssooTAT EmTra. TaE RAnleALS NOW wish they had made Hayes-t slowly. THE UNITED STATES Senate has passed a bill repealing the bank rupt law, to take effect in Septem ber. If the House concurs in the amendments and the bill becomes a law, the sound of the bankrupt mill will soon cease. INDIOATIONs ARE TUAT Smalls and Rainey will be unseated, and a now election ordered in their districts. Messrs. Tillman and Richardson will doubtless be chosen to succeed them. The presence of Smalls in Congress, day after day, after hav ing been sentenced to the State penitentiary is enough to disgust any one. Tux ZAcu CIHANDLERS, Of the Re, publican party, are in a deplorable state of anguish in anticipation that the Democrats will control both houses of Congress in 1880, and will count in their candidate for president, regardless of the will of the people. The Electoral Com mission is a precedent f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 16 May 1878

CAL ITEMS. CHANGE OF s0HHEDULE.-!The foliow ing is the schedule of the Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad DAY PASSENGER. Going South. Going North. Leave 1laokstook, 3.15, Pr. 215, p. ar. " Winnuboro, 4.03, i. Mr. 11.26, A. rt. SRidgeway, 4.3S, p. ar. 10.&2, A. M. NIGHT PASSENGER. Going South. Going North. Leave Blaokstook, 12.31, A. M. 2.03, A. M. " WianHboro, 1.14, A. M. 1.14, A. ni " Ridgeway, 1.49, A. rr. 12.30, A. M. NeW Advertimeno . Sheriffs Sale-S. W. Ruff. Final Discharge--R. P. and Troy T. Lumpkin. For the Legislature - Many Friends. For the Legislature-A. J. La mar, Secretary. Salt is said to kill nut grass. Is it true ? Will it injure the land 7 What has become of Blackstock I We haven't hoard from there in an age. A class in Calisthenics will be formed on Monday afternoon, at six o'clock at Col. Rion's school house, for the benefit of young ladies. * PERSONAL.-WO have been pleased to receive a call from Maj. James R. Scott, of Columbia, who is on a short visit ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 16 May 1878

TRI-WEERLY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSORIPTION. ?r-/Weekly One Year. - - - - $4.0 Six-months. - - - - 2.0 " " Three months. - - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square one insertion $1.00. For eaoh subsequent insertio 504. Obitua r ies and Tributes of Ros t charged for as advertisements. Libera discount made er contrast advertisements. -0 JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tickets, &c. neatly executed at this ofRoe,-CHEAP OR OASH. AN INDEPENDEN' .FARME1IR. Let sailors sing of the mighty deep, Let soldiers praise thoir armour, But in my heart this to'st I'll keep The Indepindent Farmer. When first the rose in robe of green Unfolds its crimson lining, Around his cottage porch is seen The honey-suckle climbing. When banks of bloom their sweetness yield To bees that gather honey, He drives his team across the frold, When the skios are soft and sunny. The blackbird cluoks behind the plow, The quail pipes loud and clarly, Yon orohard hides behind its ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 18 May 1878

j.er T RI, . - W E E K Ly 1 "$i' r ED T O .} W IN NS,BvOtRP. rOi.. C..; , SA : t..r) rr. M A Y 18 18 8 1O E '2 O. 4 ,; ;t 1 i r4 ,",Y .,r P i , .,. "j;,, (, ,,a "t , t, 4 . lL , r r! .. " r ti, r ; TR WELYEION} WINNSBO, S. C.STRD Y, MA Y 18,1878.* NEW ADVER'I e3M1EN'I"T. iREVOIVIER. Pit . eiven. 3ox Cartrld fes. AddresJ, J. IlIIOWN & SON 188 and 188, Wood St., Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, 181 Soldlera and W\idows enn now get 1 Pe 3Ynstons by writin to1 John Klrk patriek. Camridge, Ohilo. Magistratos wanted as agenlts, ON i hest honors at all .. VWorl:'s i'htbtlons. LAn test Catatoguci nrnui Cireiulars. wit h ne"w st yles, RICE)U(ED) P'141El, and um.Ih Inrormtallon' sent free. M.\SON & 11-\ttLIN O:-gani CO:d PANY, Boston, New York or Chicago. PI t Ni hh" "c"s wa P G' A N With mnopallst renewct. See l3at.ty's ltest, NOwspaper for full replr smnt free. 1tefore buying 'IANO or OItOAN read my atestcl, r cular 13eatty's ctlebratel PilnUs au ,l Orgtms, boanriful I itrunt -nts I clia li...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 18 May 1878

WINNSBORO. S. C. Baturday, May 18, : 1878. A. M1ANS DATLS, EDITOR. .ZPO S. BBYNOLDS, ASOoATE EDITOR. IT Is NOT AT ALL improbable that the Nationals will hold the balance of power in the next House of Representatives at Washington. THE STATE DEMoCRATI(U E cutivo Committee met in Columbia on Thursday, to consult with tr" County Chairmen in reference to the time of holding the State Con. vention. The first day of August was selected. THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL has do cided that any unexpended school fund in the county must bo appor tioned out to the respective districts to which it belongs. It cannot be used to pay off old claims in a lump. THE CAMERONS have, as usual, dictated to the Republican party of Pennsylvania. Henry R. Hoyt has been nominated for governor. The Nationals, who claim a hundred thousand votes, have nominated a man named Mason. The Demo cratic convention has not been held. Ruion nAs rr that Marshal Robert M. Wallace will be the Republican candidate for governor. The mo me...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 18 May 1878

t,C0AL ITEMS. CIIANOE OF SdHiiDuLE;.--The follow ng is the schedule of the Charlotte, Columbia and Antgus.t Railroad DAY PASENOER. Going KutI. Going North. Leave V) a11101took, 3.15, P. M. ' 3. 14, P. M " Winnsboro, 4 02, it. Mr. 11. (3, A. M. ltidgoway, 4.38, P ir. 10.52, A. u. NIGHT PASSENoER. Going South. Going North. Leave Blaokstouk, 12.31, A. M. :.03, A. M. Vi.ansboro, 1.11, A. Mr. 1.14, A. a1 l d g oew a y , 1 .4 9 , A . a . 1 2 .3 ( , A . mr. Relig ous 1tices, Associ.to Rteformed Churc' Iev. y. M. Todd, 11 A. ir., and 8 P. M. Methclist Church-Rov. W. A. 1 ogers, 11 A. M., and 8 P ir. Sun-. day School at 10 o'clock. Prayer Meeting Thursday at 8 r. nr. Episcopal Church-Rov. J. Oboar, 1ervices every Sunday ex-cpt the 2nd Sunday of thu month; at 11 o'clock A. M. Presbyterian Church-Rev. H 13. Pratt, 11 A. u., and 8 r. i%i. Sun day School 4 r. u. Prayer Meeting \Vednesday 8?. rr. New AdVertleoments. Gordon Light Infantry--l. M. fluey, Secretary. We hope th-tt all candicLtes will ...

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 May 1878

T1rIWEIEB L EDITION. TRM8 Or SUBSCRIPTION. rit-Weekly One Tesar. - - - $4.0 e ' " SIz-months. - - - 2.0 N " Three months. - - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square one insortion $1.00. For each subsequent insertion 504. Obitua r is and Tri utes of Respect charged for. as advertisements. Liberal discount made *r sontrast advertisoments. JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tiokets, &c. neatly executed at this oftice,-CHEAP' WOR CASH. 1JRlt IO-A-BC. The President has been assessed $5,000 for the Republican campaign fund. The Baltimore papers give the names of families in that city who grew rich by privateering in the war with Great Britain. On the 29th of April the Czar passed his sixtieth birthday, thus proving the fallacy of the generally believed assertion that no Romanoff could attain that age. Speaking of dancing, a clergyman hits the nail on the head with the rem ark that "people usually do more evil with their tongues than w ith their to...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 21 May 1878

TR- I E L D O . r ), y. fU~ A J1 V i1 1878 i.L -J NO. NEW ADVERTIISEMENTS. I R REVOLVERaSh;odl ove t - ox Cartridges. Address, J. lIOWN & SON, 188 and 188, Wood St., Pitt'sburg, PennsyVania. 11 Soldiers and Widows can now get Ponsions by writing to John Kirk patrick, Cambridge, Ohio. Magistrates wanted as agents. ORGANS ies,ahon" a l teat Cat.alogues and Cirecular"s, wvith new styles1 EIDUCED PRtICKS, and inttich informaftlon, sent free. MASON & iHAMLIN Organ CO:,1 PANY, Boston, New York or Chicago. PI A NO "1""hpr"w01wr RGA N with monopolist recnewed. Sen BBeatty's latest, Nowtspa for for full reply sent free. Before buying PIANO or ORGAN read my latest cir - oular )catty's celebrated Planios and Org-is, beautiful instrunents 1 Challentge comparison I -- RJvals are Jealous of my success I Most. success ful house in America I Commeneud a few years ago without a dollar, sales now nearly z, _ 00,00a annually. Lowest prices ever given, elegant ldosewood Planos 31:5, 10 stop Chu...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 21 May 1878

WINNSO1RO, S. 0. Tuesday, May 21, 1878. R. MEANS DAVIS, Euivolt. JYO H. REYNOLDS, AsSociATc Einioit. E.At RUSSELL, or as ho is more familiarly known, Lord John Russell, died on Friday in England at the ad. vanced ag of eigLty-cix. Earl Ilussoll was for a period of thirty-eight years a conspicuous figuro in the political history of his country. H1e twice occupiol the position of Premier and hold the o(lico for six years first and then for ono 3 car, but during the whole of his long lifo ho was generally a member of the Brit ish Cabinet. Since 1866, when the Gladstone Miiiistry was dissolved, Earl Russell has been in rotiremont, and has devoted himself to literary pursuits, writing several works during the twelvo years. While ho will not take rank with ti.o greatest English statesmen, ho will be known to posterity as a nan of a high order of talent, of great industry, of unblemished character, and as on devoted to the interests of his native land. Tns News and Courier thinks the Democ...

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. — 21 May 1878

LOCAL ITEMS. CHANGE OF Soi DULR.--The follow. ing is the schedule of the Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad : DAY k'ASSE:QER. Going South. Going North. Leave Blaekstook, 3.15, D. i. 12. i., p. n. " Winniboro, 4.02, P. u. 11.26, A. M. Uidgeway, 4.38, r N. 10.52, A. N. NIGUT PASSENGER. Going South. Going North. Leavo Blaokstoak, 12.31, A. N. 2.03, A. M. " Wi"nsboro, 1.14, A. i. 1.14, A. U " Iidgeway, 1 ,49, A. M. 12.30, A. u. New Advertisements. Survivors' Association-.Jool, W. Pearson. Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Todd have the sympathy of the community in the death of an infant daughter. "A fait4ifpl assistant," This is what the nurses term Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup. It is the best assist:. ant, as it will prevent a "crying apt11" of the baby. n FIRE AT RIDGEWAY.-.,.Qn last Thursday night the residence occu pied by lr.. Ale.. A. Walker, to gether with the kitchen and well holtsq, was destroyed by firo. The fire occurred at two o'clock in the morning, and the first alarm was given by Mrs. W...

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. — 21 May 1878

TRI-WERLY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tar-Weeky One Year. -- - - - $4.0 Six-months. - - - - 2.0 Three mnonthe. -- - 1.0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square one insertion $1.00. For eaoh subsequent insertion 50 . Obitua r ies and Tributes of Respect charge d for as advortisements. Liberal discount umadu er oontract advortisoiou,. 0 JOB WORK. Dill Heads, Letter I1eads, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, 'T'iocets, &e. eatly executed at this office,---CIEAP DOR CASI. ARt'iUR US. What is Known of One of the Brightest Stars Now Soon in tho Evening Sky. About nine o'olock in the evening a bright star, of a yellowish hue,0 may be observed in the southeast part of the sky, about sixty degrees high, or two,thirds of the distance from the horizon to the zenith, or point overhead. That star is Arc turns, the brightest star in the Northorn sky and tho brightest in the heavens, except Sirius. It was written in the book of Job, at lo0t thirty-ono centuries ago (probably the oldest litern...

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. — 23 May 1878

B' r1 mb h '{y7 '1 y' NtF t \' '1 '1 4a 1r, +' 1 ,( l( a - rl >')[haa,'F ~h, ..1 : yM1 r tV S' (1. \Jti { it {. ,r \'1:' + +iv .{ i E.' ' .t , n t? ? rl." ' 5t 1Sr5t.t ?, i4 ,,t4 l t ,j + q., ,0 1 N - , ; < < , V f; T m t. :'t +i , ,. y. 1 i " " ., 1 5: Z .F.y .,, t., . t R , I ,! SM - 4r . f ,,Ir,.: ' t 1 r . .ti ,. 1} *t +! , ' + I.l ' b f. '. )" .t 1 .l F )... R. ' - , ' , l '.{. + i". { e-.! f f ,.1 ,1 i.,. ;t. ' .. .. '1 yMti 1-", 4 or i ty", -, ',.tit + '.L-M-WE E KLY ED.1TION.1 1VIN\r8BORO. 8. C., '11ll k,"iDAY, MAY Z3,1878. { rUL, NElW A D V E 1i'I1 1 ENTS. 1 E \OLl T1.1.sh( t Rev'olver"til Oix Cart.rld(i:es, Atidress, J. IiWN & S(N, 130 and 1", ','ood St., P11ttsbur, inhsylvaua. 18'2 Soi(Iorj nntd Wrlows can now get, ( .a Penslons bv trlliin; to .louhn Kirk patrick, Canbritdge, Ohio. Magistra(vs wanted .s agents. O [ ~iihest honorS a. all \r Exiillfns L: test. Catallogue.-s andi Circula rs. WII i onw styli's, IEDIUCI) IIt 'ES, arl uitleh infortinon, sent, t'ree...

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. — 23 May 1878

WINNS3ORO, S. C. Thursday, Xay 23, : 1878. .. ABRS DATIB, EDITOl. SJx . BS2NOXLJDs, AssoousT ED1TOa C JuDez MAQSEy is a regularly en rolled member of the Chester Democratic Club. $e favors pri mary elections as being the most satisfactory mode of nominating. A GENTLEMAN of great political experience, lately returned from the North, says that Grant will be the Republican presidential nominee in 1880, and that the c,mtest will be very bitter. Much will depend on the control of Congress. CHARLESTON'S new artesian well is nineteen hundred and twonty.-f.vo feet deep, and pours out about two hundred and soventy-five thousand gallons of water daily. The con tract price was $16,500, but the actual cost was $22,500. The News and Courier favors the boring of four such wells, so as to afford the city a full supply of good water, of which great scareity now prevails.. THE SELECT committee to investi gate the Presidential frauds in Florida and Louisiana are Con groessmen Potter, of New York ; Mo...

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. — 23 May 1878

r4OCAL ITEMS. CHANGE OF ScIEDULE.--Tho follow ing is the schedule of the Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad DAY VASbE.' GER. Going South. Going North. LOavo l3aelkstoclk, 3.15, P. M. '2.15, r. m. Winnsboro, 4.0L, v. br. 11.2O, A. M. " ltidgeway, 4.38, r rt. 10.52, A. BL. NIGHT PASSENGER. Going South. Going North. Leave Blaocstocc, 12.31, A. nt. 2.03, A. M. "Wiansboro, 1.11, A. M. 1.14, A. Mi " ltidgoway, 1 .4 A. M. 12.313, A. ri. Now Advertifemonts. Notice--Jno. A. Hinnant. Knights of Honor-E. S. Chand ler, Secretary. Notice-Jno. A. Itinnant. Col. Jas. H. Rion has loft Winns boro for Washington, to attend a meeting of the National Democratic Committee. A. M. Mackey, Esq., has tendered his resignation as trial justice, and it has been accepted by Governor Hampton. There are two thousand, one hun1 dred and thirty-four dogs in Fair field, and they are assessed on the auditor's tax--book at eloven thous and, one hundred and forty-nine dollars. "No more Laudanum for our babies." Al...

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