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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 8 March 1879

tKe WtNNS1o S a b Aiali TRI-WEEKLY EDITION.}_.. WINNSBORO. S C. SAT U. DAY.1 M A :;T 17 11008 THAT ARX HOG&. The Biggest "Crop" aver Known in l Jersey--A Fierce Rivalry. [fo*dentown NewT Jersey Times. l Bordertown had a sensation to-day. A lot of hogs from New Hanov er, Burlington county, were shipped to New York, and twenty-seven of them weighed all the way from 700 to nearly 900 pounds each. This is claimed to be the biggest "hog crop" in the country. It was a nov el sight, and all Bordentown turned out to see it. The hogs are the property of Joseph Carter. Be tween him and Samuel 8. Southard there is a great rivalry. Last year John Taylor, a Trenton pork dealer, offered a gold medal for the most successful hog raiser. Southard got it. Eighteen of his hogs averag ed 703 1.-5 pounds when killed, and 7094 when delivered. The king hog turned the scales at 795. It he can hold the medal for three years against all contestAnts it is his, but if perchance another should up the bigges...

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 March 1879

THEl NEWS AND hERALD. WINNSUORO, S. C. SATURDAY, MARCH1 8, : 1870. It. 111A7ANS Dii IS, RtTot. JNO. p. REYNOLI)S, AssOCIAT EDITOR. PREPARAIONS are already making for the net, fair, wilipi. is expected to be a big thing. WE ARkMAICH obliged to Senator Butler and"Congressman Evins for public dotinents and -Congressional records, afd.for other -favors during the session. COLONEL EVINS made a very st rong speech in the House, on the Richard son-IRainey contest, and drew a vivid picture of the election in 1876. The contest was not decided by the House before adjournment, so that Rainey and Snalls were practically seated. Ma. TILDEN having loomed up very formidably as Democratic candidate for the Presidency, his opponents arc trying to kill him off physically as they could not politically. Roports are spread of a serious attack of paralysis. This is denied. Ilis friends say that it is the same old case he had for years, but that as he is getting old, physicians are attending hit to preven...

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 March 1879

4OCAL_ ITEMS. SATURl).AY. MA RVll 8, : 1879. I IRar 01. '1'tls Niws ANxI> IILnaw. -'1'rl-weekly edituion, Couir (lollars per aIliflnum, ill advance; weekly edition, two dolllar"s and 1if1y cents pcraunm,iii, ill alvatee. L.iberill discoiut to clubs{ of five and ulpwards.I I1.ArI:s (ii' A I)vlrETIslNG.-Onc dollar per" inchl for ile first insertion, and1 fifty cents per incl for eachla subN-eqlucnt insertion. These rates apply to all ac vertisetul.ts,.,f whaI iae er In 491,j ad are payablo. .vtri; .Iv i1' c tan 1 . o tracts for thre4, six 1' al v .: n I1lQwt, I mnade on Vt'- rb A1istF bte! tt mt "1'rThit sient lot-al notices, Ifieen cents perI line for the first, ilsdrtionl atndl sevenl and one-half eenis per Hue for each Kasubse<pct 1insertlion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as adver tiselnents. Sianple ann u0ncements of mularriagnes and deaths published free ofl charge, and solicited. All counlunicationls of whatsoever nature, shiu& k.. Z11llQ'iyg > the W1i...

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. — 8 March 1879

THE NEWS AND HEtRAL. - TRI-WEEKLY ITTON. W Tllr 12 '41'.41, .IUnh1dI;I. [ h mithe ('rholir; W rdh] Pope Leo XIII., following the example of many of his predocossors during the first year of their pon tificatos, or at times when the necessity of the church or State reqiried it, has proclaimed an cxras, ordinary jubilee. Brought to ethis de o,the Po a statbot by the ap b'-n# versary of- his"eloc - tio'n th 'knowledge of how necessuiyao him is the abundance of the divine grace in the ftliilment of his a 4tous minisry in this time of mnoutlful strife and while the Church is laboring in such troubl os waters, he proclaims an indul gence in the form of a general jubilee to the whole Catholic world from the secor.d day of Mar:h to Whit Sunday. Its benefits are extended to all those who, being in Rome or coming there, shall during that time have twice visited the basilicas of St. John Lateran, St. Peter, Santa Maria, Maggiore, and prayed "for the posperity and the exaltation of the Catholic...

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. — 11 March 1879

'1'lt - EEI(1,y L'Dll.[(.N, WINNSBOIRO, S. C. ITUE DAY, MARCH 11,1879 iYOL.NO For ''nr NEWS AND HLIALD. 2'6 nAT2'LB o1 JIG I HORN. The in on had qu.rtorod lately, and in sour tern skies hung low, Her te!t light though pale and dim lod Custer's stealthy toe. The stillness around that night bivottao,. trhere slept tho truo'0id good, Save w.iore s.nne sh-woli's weird shriok O A1LA up her tainished brood, Unbr.,u l>asso,l, tiht the stars grow sultil lilt eyes in tho brow o'1 morn Timo l3st tuat broke to cheer the soul of tito hero of Big llorn. The ci:up this ingt was pitohed above the valley and its glen, Whore slept ,ho last sweet sleep of earth thuao bravo three hundred men. Tho savage spy, with- stei'ltlifaotei, in the moonlight's flo dlo glare, Had markedl the spot whtore sleeping lay the "uniettain with long hair"' On his linger-en.is lie outating stood till alil wats toldi around, Three uudred men as bravo as he lay sleeping on the ground. ''We are three to one," the savago sa...

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 March 1879

TIE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNSBOl, 8. 0. T UIiSDAY, MA Litt 11, J 1 1879. R. MICA N8 DA VIN, ImITon. JNO. . 11XYNOI,DS. ASsOcIA1's ED,Ton. CIIAlLOT1', N. C., has a new di rectory and claims a population of 8,813 whites and 3,334 blacks, a total of 7,107 within the corporate limits. More than a thousand more live just outside, so that the whole population Is over eight thousand. A WASuINOTON telegram dated March 8, says: "Ex-Senator John J. Patterson to-day received a letter from the Attorney-General of South Caroli na granting him a full pardon and oblivion for any indictients pending against him in that State. Mr. Pat terson will leave here in a few days, to accept aln important trust under the Southern Pacific Railroad Compa ny in Arizona." In regard to this dispatch (overnor Simpson says em phatically that he knows nothing of any pardon such as is mentioned. Attor nley Gene'al Youtmans likewise anys that, the announcement made in the telegram is entirely new to him. A I1;ATim co 'rsi...

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 March 1879

r,OCAL ITEMT S. ''UL$bAY. irA1ICII 1, : 5 870. TitunMs OF TiIa NEtwS AND lIlInALU. -1'ri-weekly edition, lour. dollars per a niu" r, ill advance; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cents perann umr, in advance. LIberal discount to clubs of live and upwards. RArEs oF ADvETISI N.--One dollar per inch for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch ti)r each subsecuent insertion. These rates apply to all ad vertisenents, of whatever nature, and are payable strictly in advanco. Con tracts for three, six or twelve months made on very liberal terms. Tran sient local notices fifteen cents per line fior the first idsertion and seven and one-half cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as adver tiscients. Simple announcements of marriatges an( deatlt+ plublisled free of charge, and solicited. All commu licatitns' Ot;Whdteob,0r im)n 'mre, should he addressed to the WViunsboro Publishing Company, Winnsboro, S. C. New Ac ver.:seme).ts. Fairf...

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 March 1879

Tini NATURAI. RULER OF INDIANs Dr. MlcGillicruddy. the noW Indian agent at Red Cloud, says l:o has lorn(l in his experience with the rod mn that a physiei'tll can have more influene with theml than any body else, nut excepting Ca holic prieslts. When they havo onco bot n placed under a physician's caro aimld have received tangible benefit from it they have great respect for him. He succeeded, whilo with the Rod Cloud Indians, in so far gaining their confidence and overcoming their superstitions as to attend their women in several cases of confine ment, which they will not allow even their medicine men to do. The salu. tary effects of proper medical treat mont in those cases did much to give me their friendship. Ho open ed a hospital for the sick. At first ho could only obtain three inmates, the Indians having a strong prej u dice against it. The number in - creased, however, to upward of two hundred per month, treated inside and outside. He proposes to pur sue the same course and gi...

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. — 13 March 1879

tug , 41 E /,.l. , EDITION.) rBOItQ r AI CRtn. : --=z' s +Fa =' 1NTJ WINNS, S.C. rII UA Y, 11i 13. l87 ;vp LAST DAYS OF CONdRESS. XXVZrXNG CIYLS IN Tlfll lIoUSE OF 1UEPR11S I.ENTATI M. Al arce War of Words -Everybody T1',Cing and No One ListeninR.. Clouds of Smoke and Littered Floors. The closing scenes of the lasb Congress were more than usually exciting. The proceedings were of such length that not even a synop sis can be given. Nor is this need ed, as no result was reached. A few pen and ink pictures of certain incidents are, however, coll:ited together to give some idea how the representatives of the people deport themselves at the Capitol. The firs t relates to the debate on the propo sition IMPEACINGi MINISTER SEWARD, who, in Chine, prostituted his office to private g in and acted in a man nor generally disgraceful. Springer, of Illinois, was spokesman of the Democrats. The Republicans back, ed Seward persistently. A Wash ington letter says : At twelve o'clock the unwearied Sp...

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 March 1879

THE NEWS A. 1DERALD. WINNSDOIO, S. 0. TIRRDAY, MABCfIr 13, r 1879. r. MR'giv DAVId, EDITGa ~XY. 8. iEYNOLD8" AISOCIATS EDITOR. Mn. NonuoFF, of the New York I rald, allays the fbars of the people. He says that Washington is just now the quietest place in the world, that Zach Chandler is hobnobbing with Confederate brigadlers instead of chewing their bones, and that no such volcanic eruption is imminent as partisan Journals prophesy. The Greenbackers have not succeeded in their plot to capture Congress, and Hayes is not fearing revolution. Al together the situation is by no mcans gory. TtnE REPORT from Washington that the Attorney General of South Caro lina had sent a free and full pardon to Patterson for all his misdeeds, has already been mentioned. This natur ally caused some excitement, and Governor Simpson and Colonel You mans were interviewed. Both denied knowledge of any such thing. Pat terson telegraphs from Washington that the assertion was made by "Corbin's crew" in order to ...

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 March 1879

LOCAL ITEMS. TURHDAY. MARCH1 13, : : 1879. ''InMs o Tin.; Nuiws AND HAItalD. -T'Iri-weekly edition, four dollars per (nnum, in advance; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cents perannum, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs of live and upwards. RATM or-A imy tsNu.--Ono dollar per inch for~ the first insertion, and lifty cetits per inigi fpr 'payl) (ubseqCluent insetotioi." 'rhefe rates apply to.all ad vertisements, of whatever nature, and are payable strictly in advance. Con tracts for three, six or twelve mouths made on very liberal terms. Tran sient, local notices, fifteet cents per lile for the first insertion and seven and one-half cents per line for each sibseqluent insertion. Obituaries and tribuites of respect charged as adver tisements. Sinple annotuncemueints of marriages and denthis published free of charge, and solicited. Ali coimmunications, of whatsoever nature, should be addressed to the Whmlshoro Publish! ing Company, Winnsboro, S. C. New Advertisements. Aver's Ch...

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 March 1879

THE NEWS AND .iERALD. TIU-WREK I lDfITIONc - TiR TAILORS. The drollest disturbancd that ever took place within the walls of a theatre happEned at the Haymarket in 1805. Years previous, Foote had produced at that house a bur lesque piece, the author of which was never known, entitled "The Tailors ; or, a Tragedy for Warm Weather." The satire of the piece gave. great umbrage to the craft after which it was called. In the year aboven imed rowton announced its revival for his benelit. The bills were scarcely issued when he re ceived a letter requesting him to change the play, as it was iighly of fensive to the trade, and promising if he would do uo he should be as, sured of a full house. Dowton took no notice of this communication, upon which the knights of the needle waxed wroth, called a meeting, and swore they would oppose him with might and main. Menacing epistles now pour( d ii upon him, in which he was infol mel that 17,000 tailors would attend the theatre to hoot down the play. O...

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. — 15 March 1879

TR1WEEK,Y EDITION. WINNSBORO. S. C. SAT UR DAY. MARCi 15, 1879 iTOL 3, NO; 9 A COXRJiD REIATE STORY. Iow a Letter from Hone Caused a Brave Soldier to Desert--A Toucbhng Incident of the War. At a recent political gathering in Tuseumbia, Ala., Gen. Cullen A. Battle related the following story in the course of his speech During the wintor'of 1863-4 it was my fortune to be president of one of the courts-martial, of the .Armiy of Northern Virginia. One black December morning, while the snow covered the ground and the wind howled around our camp, I left my bivouac Jire to attend the session of .. the court, Winding along for miles, through uncertain paths, 1 at length arrived at the court at Round O %k Church. Day by day it had been our duty to try the gallant soldiers of that army, charged with violations of Military law ; but never had I on any previous occasion been greeted by such arxious spectators as on that morning awaited the opening of the court. Case after case wa disposed of, a...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 15 March 1879

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNSBORO, 8. 0. .842URDAY, MACHWI 15, a 1870. It. A E.AN8 DA VIS, EDITOR. JNO. S. REYNOLDS. ASSOCIATE EDITOR. IN PRESENTING the views of Con gressmen we onitted to say that thir teen are for Hendricks. VINNIE REAM's latest is her best. It weighs about twelve pounds. The piece has been called a Cupid.-Ex change. Other people call it a baby. CHARLES NOwnIOFF says: "There are still Democrats who believe that they will elect a President in 1880, but their number is decreasing." Oh, Charles, how can you say so? IN VIEW of the close division in Congress and the remarkable mor tality of Democratic Congressmen, it would be well in future to make every candidate produce aphysician's cer tificate of soundness. Good-Bye, Aaor, The Liberia Exodus Association has deservedly come to grief. The bark Azor has been libeled in the United States Court in the . sum of $6,733, most of which is due the captain and mate. It is claimed that the vessel is worth twenty-five thousand dol...

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 March 1879

LOCAL ITEMS. N A TURDw AY, 211.A1 '15, : : - 1879. Tt:it{Ms OF 'J'ill: Ni.:s AND) I1:I(. --Tri-we ely (bditionl, F'111r dollars peri aaum, in- adlvince; weul;ly tudition, two dlollatrs aund ity cents peranimuli, in advance. Liberal discount to clitbs of live and ttpwards. R},r'is or AnvC'TIsIN( .-Onc dollar per lnoh for the first insertion, and .ifty ceiis per inch for each subsequent insertion, 'TLhise rates apply to all ad vertisemnents, of whatever nature, Iu)d aire payable strictly in advanlce. Con tracts for threo, six or twelve moths made on very liberal terms. Trin sient local notices, fiftoei cents per hue for the first insertlonl and soven and one-halt' cents per line f'r each suibseiuetit insertion. Obituaries an(1 tributes of respect chorged a ts aidver tisementis. Simple allionn1eementis of marriages and deaths published free of charge, and solicited. All comnUiU)icati,ots, of whatsoever lature, Whotild -he' u4ddressed to the Wiilnsboro Publisiing Compainy, Winnsboro, 8,...

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 March 1879

THE NEWS AND HERALD). THI-WsEKLY EDITION. Nx 11'N OF TiE DA Y. 'he Butler Demaocl"rel mado cloa:n sweep in thel municipa. elec tion at \VWttield, Mass., Tuesday. President Gre',y. of F'rnce, loa signed a decree p. doning one hun. dred and fifty Co rmmiunistfi. The coroner's jury at Atl:'rtti rendered a verdict that the ki lin of Col. Alston by Cox was a wilial and premeditated murdor. Cox is in jail to awnait trial. A difficulty occurred at Goldsboro, on Monday between John Edmon, son, aged fourteen, and Duneau JohiFon, aged sixteen, which resuit. ed in the death of the foimer. Bott are of respectalle parentage. The Pall ll G(.zetle says r pr'vate letter from a high Indiar official states that the people ol Cashmere are dying of fari'.e, and that at the present rate of mnortnlity the province will be nearly depopu lated by the end of the year. A Pcrtland ,Oregon, dispatch sayi that Gen. Howard and Gov. Terrj have gone to Yakina City to sec Chief Moses and to investigate th< situt...

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. — 18 March 1879

tI-WEKLYEI 1 N.; WINNS.BORO. S. C. TUESDA Y, MARCH IS, 187; V. 3. OSTRACISING JEFF DAVIS. A J'L.\ PICT Ul E OF T1 'II 1,n Ji d'1' 1 NT211A11NA'T1C. Boar Waves a Scarlet F1ag-.Garland Opens the Debate--A War of Words The Senate Warming Up- -Defeating the Mexican Pension Bill. A brief account of the debato in the Senate on Jeff'ersoni Davis has been given. The . following is a graphic description of the whole contest, which took place between one and six o'clock on Monday morning. Most of the spectators I in the Senate gatlloeries had had a surfeit of (lull Senatorial routine, and were wandoring aimlessly about the Capitol. Th;l terrible snow l storm which had set. in early in the afternoon continued to rage, and it was alnost impoissible for tho sightseers toget home. 110A). O.PENS TnE ]ALL. The wias a motion made to ex clude from the pension roll s the survivors of the Moxican war who had served in the Confederate army, which was lost. by two v,ots. Hoar, of MAssachusett. at 121 o'c...

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 March 1879

TIHE NEWS AND IHERBALI). 11 W INNSBORO, 8. (. 2'UESDAY, MAIIl 18, 1870. It. MAN1171A.Y DA i'IS, EDIol. .JG. S. IC1YXOLD., ASSOCIATR EDIroR. The Speakership. The contest between Randall an( d Blackburn for the Spcakership of the house is exciting great interest not only in Washington but throughout I the United States. Both gentlemen. are very sanguine of success, but we are pleased to say that libuu:lall's ex pectations appear to be the better founded. The tight Is not so muchR Ranal(li versus Blackburn, as it is ' Randall ind anti-ilandall. The Speaker is said to be one of those men who does not appreciate others as they value themselves, and thereby he gives o1l'ence. Ile has also strenuous ly opposed all jobs and subsidies and, for this reaIsonl, has anltagonlized the Ilbby anid the Conigresemen who( vote with it. But as the money worship,. ping people of the North chiefly dread the Democracy as subsidists, this trait of the Speaker is a great element or strength for the I)emnocr...

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. — 18 March 1879

I LOCAL ITEMS. TUESDAY. MARIt 18, 1870. 'TERs oF TiII-NEws Axn II111.1: . --Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annm, in advance; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cenlts perannum, t In advance. Liberal discount to clubs of five and upwards. I..vrEs or AivEWRIsrG1.-Qne dollar per inch for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each subsequent Insertion. These rates apply to all ad vertisements, of whatever nature, and are payable strictly in advance. Con tracts for three, six or twelve months made on very liberal terms. Trani sient. local notices, fifteen cents per line for the first insertion and seven and one-half cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect. charged as adver tisemlents. Simnple announcmernts of marriages and deaths published free of charge, and solicited. All communications of whatsoever nature, should he addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Company, Winnsboro, S. C. New Advertisements. Corn and I1ay-J. D. McCa...

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 March 1879

'1IIE NEWS AND IIERALD, T1I--A,ICZK.Y EDITION. >1s'rr.1:; tTII.:l) rilrrou;s. Col. Goo. W. Bu1shyhlead, atn e-r Chi f of thO ( horolh o Iid ans, North Carolira', and also un ex tunllc(dei at e Li.lonl w. ' inl ui town Mfcnd1(y t+nd ':Tu<sklh.,y Iht HeI h:d wvitil himl at Chl(1 ol.ko Li fist )lCi;etr1!' n!)li)eLl S.1.(t(: Owl wh1o c<mid nIot spc..k one wi d () Engllis-h. TheyN 1)adt b.eenl (.n a vi:;i to t.hiir firinds a:1 nlog the Catwl, Itdianris, c'ight imilcs oudi of this Most of the Catawbiis are fa:nili.: with the Cherokee hi1 gage, .nd c Sunday list this in li:tn diviwn proeihed to thtem in th-it, linuign.e .% hiib is i Wiitt :'n (I e ho ha:ViLg with hii a 01bo> k -e Itst 'ne it. From Col0. Uns h.dwo :rn tiha1t It)ut 11110 Uldred of thl Cherokeo tribe, out or it tot:l o about. fifteen lnn;dired, behm..lo.' to th Mletliodist and 13 )ti.it (o1( n111n)i1 tiums. Col. 1us!.'vhctul raisid .m(gimlent from inuong b:ii warrior (lring the Conffedoiale wir, ind le them1 most ...

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