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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 15 April 1879

iUl WEEK(LY L.I TIN. W INNSBORO.U s. C. l UPUJ15 t7 N: A w'onuTiryscozn. ISketch of Senator John 0. Buchanan, of Texas. Fairfield Stook Showe Itself. Wills Pout (Tex.) Local. I Amon1*ho leading men of the State Senate is the Hon. John C. Buchanan, of Wood county. Of course, Wood, as the place of his rosidence, would claim Mr. Buchan an by a kind of pres'criptive tight ; but every county in the tenth die trict-and none more than Van Zandt-feels a just pride in the growing reputation of our young senator. What is tliQ history of this young man who has inspired such respect at home and abroad, and who in the late contest united all parties and professions in his support, beating. eveti on his own soil, Bunt county's favorite son, the veteran Martin ? Mr. Buobanan is the son of a worthy farmar. At quite an early age John was inured to all the hardships incident to a farmer's life. Mainly by his own efforts-for his parents were poor John acquired the clen.ents of a good English education...

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 April 1879

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNSBORO, S. C. T UJZ8DAY, APRIL 1, :, 1879. R. MEANS DA VIS, EDITOR. JNO. 8. REYNOLDS, A8SPCIA1 EDITOR. JUDGE MACKEY wilIl produce con vincing proof before the United States Senate that Corbin's private character, independent of politics, is such as to unfit lim to become Chief Justice of Utah. OONGREss has ordered Colnmissioner LeDuc to supply a reasornble quantity of sceds and shrubs to Congressmen to distribute among their constituents. An increased appropriation has been made for the purpose. JUDGE PlEssLEY has filed his de cision sustaining the validity of the York county bonds, amount lug to one hundred thousand dollars, issued in aid of the Chester and Lenoir Narrow Gauge Railrcal Company. The case w'1l now go to the Supreme Court. THE GOUIvD-VINE philosopher of the Atlanta Censtitution thus with hin self communes: Did you ever notice, O credulous nianter i that just about cotton planting time the price goes up a few notches? And did you ever observe th...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 15 April 1879

I OCAL ITEMS. TUESDAY, APRIL 1, : 1870. TIERMs OF TLille: NEwS AND) lmI( ii, --'Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annum, in advance; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty centa pcraifnum, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs of five and upwards. RATES oF ADVERTISINO.-One dollar per inch for the first insertion, o ad fifty cents per inch for each subseq tont insertion. These rates tipply to a il ad vertisenents, of whatevgr natiuro, and are payable strictly in advan'o. Con tracts for three, six or twelve'months made on- very liberal terms. Tran sient local .potices, fifteen 'eits per line for the first insertion and seven and one-half cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and tr.ibutes of respect charged as adver tisements. Siple announcements of marriages and leaths published free of, charre, and ,Solicited. A1l communications, of wlatsoever nature, should he addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Company, Winunsbo 'o, S. C. New Advertisements. Sheriff's Sales-...

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. — 15 April 1879

TIEE NEW'~S ANI) HERALI). TRI- V. EEKLY f l>'L ION. 1 if.r oi 'r!F, A'r1.Ar'TA t4:,rrir', (.)ridu Edwai d ('.2. I ak heen i:n der le,ek and key for n, any a mnot,tu r,(d the trnziaplnted iod over p or AlMfon'H g: ave. bgina to grow freen. ti.e trngir affair di.tii L (eot gia a r uch ~s it did dii ing the week of the occnrrence. 'hLere are. uf eimtrr,", no thi ent of 1Zynebing anld the ei,ii nir:g iH r,vr. but A!stcn's i1E:th1 in the 1i,.k nyI;( n wl.ieh nie rnow baeing Linr, h-"gr.l nlhoi teom inga 1:n1d ar-V Itin er of rb-t)fkt-s and .1 trove, e . No less tli.n twen ; a three of the wf.:kly p,rlpers it+:ned i. b,.at F'riduy contaitel .n editoi ir+i. ipon t.he,: reu r of di<b:d:y w' t puns, vey one runking atuggestif t.8 that Hoe law si,uld be psiived to -over the r.atter. Several judge.i have dwelt upon the i,ubject in their ehrrges to the grand jury, Judge Underwood, of Floyd, being par tietrlarly severe upon what are ralled "the pisitol' Plingern." It in likely the death of...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 17 April 1879

l-WEEKLY ED11It N,} WINNS , S. C. 1 HUISDAY, APRIL 17.,1879. T. I 1WHITE LADY. Re-apearanoe of the Evil Genius of thi Hohenzollerns--The Old Tradition. [From the Neto York Herald.) A strange story is making th rounds of the German press, beinu an account of the appearance of th white lady, who is supposed to mak her appearance as a ghost at certai times to announce the death of sorn member of the Hohenzollern famsili Very recently the cable brought u the announcement of the death c the young Prince Waldomar, c Prussia, the third son of the Crow Prince of Germany, and now w learn from an account telegraphe by an English correspondent fro: Berlin that the mysterious lady i white made her appearance on th eve of the young prince's death. "] may interest those who happ;m t be learned in Berlin legends I know," says the corresponden "that according to report the whit lady, whose visits always preced the death of some member of tl Royal Family of Prussia, was see on the eve of Prince Wald...

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. — 17 April 1879

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNSBORO, S. 0. .THURSDAY, APRIL 17, t : 1870 71. 21fFAN8 ,DAVIS, EDITOR. JNO. S. RJYNOLDH, AssOOIATU EDITOR. SOME PEOPLE still regard Alei Stephens as an able man; but if whal the Washington correspondent of th< New York Herald says be true, he ii in his dotage. NoTnttor is a beautiful specimer ofa judicial officer. IIe intimated ii Court Monday that Cardozo had nol received fair treatment and that he was therefore justified in taking u extreme course in the United States Court. Who ever heard of such all argument before in a court of justice i THE TOWN OF Glastonburg, Con necticut, has long been famous as the residence of the Smith Sisters, who have persistently refused to pay taxeF because not allowed to vote. Yeai after year three fine Alderney cowF have been sold for taxes, bought and given back to them. But Glastonburg has seen another sight. All the Smiths are dead but one, and she, now in her eighty-seventh year, has abandoned the hopeless fight and ...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 17 April 1879

I-OCAL ITEMS. 'IrvSDAY, 4I'1RI1. 17, 1879. TuiiMs oF Tin-: Ncws AND III-iCALD. ---Tri-week ey lit iolt, Fout' dollars per (unu11, in tdvance; weekly edition, f wo dollars and4 lifty cents pera.1nu u, in adlvaitce. Liberal discount to clubs of tive andt upwatrds. It.\rr.:s oF AUyl-l'islNG.-One dollar per inich for the first insertioul, v ad "fifty cents pt' inc'h for each subseq tent insertion. These rates apply to all ad vertisemtents, of whatever nat e, and are payable strictly in adivaln'e. Con tracts for tiireu, six or twelve months made oil vcry liberal terms. ''ran sielt local nolices, tlftkeit -cents par linle for the first insertiotn anld seveu alnd lonte-half cents per line for each1 sulls equent insert ion. Obit.uaries and tributes of respect charg'ed ats adlver Iisemtenlts. Simle announcemlents of marriaitges and deaths p.iblislhed free of clarge, and solicited. All coinliicatioIs, of whatsoever nature, should be adlres,ed to the vinntshoro Publishing ,Compauy, Winnsboro, ...

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. — 17 April 1879

THE NEWS ND HER,LD' TEL-WEEKLY EDITION. "Br SwEARING, AND LYING, and killing, and stealing, and committing adultery, they break out and blood toucheth blood," was the text (from Hosea), from which the Rev. Dr. C. W. Miller preached the funeral ser.. mon of Judge Elliott, the victim of Kentucky's latest tragedy. There are several new points of interest in the case : Buford walked into a crowded court room, in Frankfort, on Friday, and sat by his adviser, Gen. Green Clay Smith. The mur derer had lost defiance. He was pale, weak and generally broken down. His coa,t was as white as his face, for the whitewash from the walls of the cell covered from collar to bottom button. The trial will take place as early as May. When asked if he was "ready for trial," Buford is said to have starte quickly, as if from a dream. Litter he said that when Gen. Smith asked him he thought that the voice of Judge Elliott had asked if he were "ready to go to the grave of his sister Mary." But Frankfort says t...

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. — 19 April 1879

'.-1' Eli LY EDiTIO(N.} WINNSIORO ,S. C SATURIL)AY. APRL 19, l879. iVOL.i GEN. RICHIARD TAYLOR. A SIKETCII OF TJII% 7ATE CQNFFD 1:JiATJ CJII 1'2'AIN. The Son of Zachary Taylor and Broth pr-in-Law of Jeff. Davis--A Dashing Warrior, Accomplished Gentleman and Pungent EssaysLt. The funeral servieps of General Dick Taylor, who died at the resi donco of S. L. M. Barlow, Esq., in Now York, of affection of the spleen, on the 13th instant, were poformsd in "The littlo church around the corner," by Dr. Houghton, His pall-boarers wore Hons. Hamilton Fish Chas. O'Conor, Secretary Win, M. Evarts, D. D. Withers, Win. It, Traivers, Geo. Ticknor Cm tis, August Bolimont, Charles L. P.orkins, Win. Constable, Abram S. Hewitt, Sena tor Bayard and Mayor Cooper. Gov. Tiklcen and other celebrities were present. General Taylor was born in Florida, but moved to Louisiana, and represented that State in the Charleston Convention in 1860, when he opposed a split. On the election of Lincoln ho moved in the Leg...

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. — 19 April 1879

THE NEWS AND HJLALD. WINNSBOR, 8. 0. LAT17RDAY, APRIL .19, t t 1870. R. MEANS D1AVIS, EDIToR. JNQ.0.. REYNOLDS, AUSOO1ATl EDITOR. SENATOR HAMPTON has at last taken his seat in Washington. We trust his sagacity and statesmanship will be felt on the floor of Congress as it has been manifested in South Carolina. By a singular coiucidence the oath of office was admtinistered to him by President pro ten. Thurman, who in the absence of Wheeler has been chosen the flrst Democratic presiding officer of the Senate since 1860. A Grave Crisis in Russia. The attempted assassination of the Czar of Russia on the 14th instant cannot be taken as merely the freak of an irresponsible-madm'an. It is rather part of a long continued and ever deepening conflict between "Old Russia" or the government, and "New Russia" or the Nihilists. During the past year tidings have been constantly received of the suppression of col leges, the banishment or execution of students, who seem to be the most avowed enemies ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 19 April 1879

SOCAL ITEMS. SATURDAY. APRIL 19, . 1879, T1i:ials OF' I'u NEWs AN) IlE.:AL, -Tri-weely edition, four dollars per annuim, in advance; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cents perannurm, in advance. Liberal discount to club, of five and upwards. Rxis or Ai.: irIstN.I.-One dollal per inch for the first insertion, o nd fifty cents per incl f'or each subseq .ent insertion. These rates apply to nil ad. vertisements, of whatever nato c, an1 are pavable strictly in advane o. Con. tracts for three, six or twelve monthl mladek on very liberal terms. Tran, sient local notices, fifteen Cents pei line fVor the first insertion u1nd sevel andl one-halt' cents per line for eac subsequcnt insertioln. Obituaries 11111 tributes of respect charged as adver" tisemlents. Simple announcements 0: marriages and deaths published free o: chiargre, and solicited. All comnunicattions, of whatsoevei nature, should be addressed to th( Winnsboro Publishing Company Winusboro, 8. C. Religious Services. Episcopal ...

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. — 19 April 1879

THE NEWS AND 1iR4LD. TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. BWS O 2HB DAY. Philadelphia has a colored "Pina fore troupe." Hezekiah Shaffer, who murdered his wife, in, February 1878, was hanged at Chambersburg, Pa., on Thureday. Fred. Douglas lectured in Staun. ton, Va., Tuesday night, to a large aud,ence, a very large proportion of whieh consisted of whites. Since the murder of Col. Alston the grand jury of Atlanta, Ga., have returned seventy-five true bills against persons charged with carry ing concealed weapons. Maurice 3arrymore, the actor.who was shot at Marshall, Texas, March 19th, by Jas. Currie, arrived in Philadelphia on Wednesday, much improved in health. Tennyson, the poet laureate, is visiting his brother poet, Aubrey de Vere, at Limerick, Ireland. He in tends introducing the siege of Lim erick and some of its heroes in his next poem. The name of the would-be assas sin of the Czar is Alexander Talo vieff- He is a schoolmaster of Torg. pezin, Government of Pleskov. He will be tried by the h...

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. — 22 April 1879

'1'1-WEEKLY EDIT.i(N. 'WIrNNSBUI&U., S. C. T UESb A r. APRL 221879. VL.NO3 THE SZEGEDIN FLOOD. 7 -0 A GRAFPRIC AND THRILLING rTOnr OPA BUtRt.bD CITY. How the Dykes That Should Have Saved Served to Destroy the People. VIENNA, March 18.-Nothing less thau the destruction of a city of 75,000 inhabitants is the subject, which urges me to address 'your readers. Szegedini the ,a ital thoroughbi'BaZd i n ! ~ plains of tli Ti " se,. e.a e' Hungarians first chose. o sett e after emigrating from their Asian home, the plain being the ideal country to a people which passed more than half its life-time on horseback. Since Hungary has had an autonomous government great efforts have been made to regulate the course of the river Theiss, but we fear that great technical faults have been committed in this work. Faults of the Aame kind wero com,' mitted everywhere in Europe qntil quite lately, ,deimany alone,eseQms to have found the right means'- of treating rives. Bsdes the eme bankmentp, in di &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. — 22 April 1879

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNSBOR0, 8. 0. TUElDAY, APRIL to, t r 187S It. MAN DAVIS, EiTOit. JNO. S. REYNOLDS. AssoCIATB Eito. TUE NAME of the man who failed ti killed the Czar is said to be Soloviel IIe was undeniably a slow coach. I-r Is SAID that Senator .John A Logan, of Illinois, who now impale rebel brigadiers on the tips of hi nioustachios, and is most blood-thirsti ly inclined against all who fough "against the flag," was instrumental in sendiiig several companies :o troops to the South, and at one thin contemplated joining the Confederata army. What a fortunate escape fo Logan-and for the Confederacy. QUEEN VICTORIA is basking unde the sunny skies of Italy, while th Austrian Empress is chasing foxes over the hedges and ditches of Ireland These ladies in common parlanct "don't speak," because when th< latter was in England she missed i train when leaving Windsor Castle and spent the day with the railroad agent, as Victoria did not send e mnessenger to ask her back. TIE SUPREM...

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. — 22 April 1879

floAS TUZAD.Y "1rtL W.~ " Y8?fl. - TERMs oF T m Naws AND HiEtRALD. 'w.-Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annumn, in advanci; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cents perannun, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs of five and upwards. Ri.rEts oF ADvknTisIN.-One dollar per inch for the first .insertion, v ad fifty cents per'inch for each subseq sent insQrtion. These rates apply to nIl ad vertisements, of whatever natu e, and are parable tlgtJ. yi iI dlnne. '1 tracts fdr 1i i,,x 'o t lv Ib 1$ made oln vcry fl bprl0 t"d. Il 1.0 slit -local ' itees, fte cent br 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 tisements. Simple announcements of marriages and dentils published free of charge, and solicited. All communications of whatsoever nature; should be acidressed to the WinnIISboroQ. 'ubUs Mug .. CyIpany, Winnsboro,'Bi0. i r - , -New Advertisements. Notice-E. S. Chandler, Clerk...

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. — 22 April 1879

THE NEWS AND HERALD. '"I-WEExLY EDITION. A TRIUMPII O ORDER. A squad of regular infantry, In the Commune's closing days, Had captured a crowd of rebels By the wall of Pere-la-Ohaise. 'There were desperate man, wild women, And dark-eyed Amazon girls, And one little boy, with a peach-down cheek And yellow clustering ourls. The captain seized the little wai f, And said. "What dost thou here ?" S "L' 'pristi, citizen captain! I'm a Communist, my dear!" "Very well. Then you die with the otlheral" "Very well.. That's my affair. But first let m'e take to my mother Who lives by the wine shop there, "My'father's watch. You see it; A gay old thing is it not ?" It would please the old lady to have it Then I'll come back and be shot." "That is the last we shall see of him," The grizzled captain grinned, As the little man skimmed down the hill Like a swallow down the wind. For the joy of killing had lost its zest In the glut of those awful days, And Death wrilhed, gorged like a greedy snake, Fro...

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. — 24 April 1879

'' '. !. ' . ." 't 1-'.i 1 . ! tl1 .V . l' '. .r . r: ( " S ( e1 +-h " { l i " . I i 1 . t .. ~ f~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~"~~ +t2 "+ rif r . tY'. ' ,if i. " ' a r5i + .,-,jTRFI-WEEKL X EDITION . WINNSI3IRO S. co. 9A' 1L lII;2 1879.'T T AF*i 9 ,9'J A MOTHER'8 REVERY. They tolt me to be happy. With all these things to do With Jimmie's little pants to mend, AndMamie's dresses, too. h edinner waits for serving ; .tll6it darligsoonue, p op all sharpened ao t e.srio at home. inl4li ies to see me c aeil r so grey 'y d me soti morning.twice ,. he went away. Ie eafd the blush had faded Fromn off my cheek so fair, Dut ten yqeAs,iave departed since 'he roseai4gered there. He )wk-'iot of my troubles, ,. At mornig,_ioon, and night He *onders why my eyes so sad ..14v,)oet,t4eir old love light. eAr ., ill; ( is -the abildren, That vex their mother so -. V1.$t until they have grown up, Ththings will ohange you know." c Ten yOr8 have passed--the children, SleeVp the ilnt,togb ;e e ioverytlbing rourid-me ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 24 April 1879

V119NEWS AM) HE1tALD. WINN8BORV, a 0. $D*y.R iKQ1 NXNQO A0i1l 54, 1879. f NRA2rs DArst, moa. e xMrOZbL " AssoclaTE RDrMR. Jbb* gor docidos that the Secre 4A of State must bring the original ords in his office into the United Btates Co*ts; but decides also that the itst.drder prepared by the District Attorney was defective in omitting to state that the originals and not certified copies of the poll lists were required. A now order will be prepared, as the United States expects to prove hand writing. As things are now going it would be better to put the whole State of South Carolina into the hands of the United States Court at once, with Judge Bond as receiver. TAMMANY and anti-Tammany are I still waging war in New York. A i ''anmany police commissioner has I been removed by Governor Robinson, who appointed in his stead Mr. Charles i F. Maclean, the fldus Achates of Mr. Tilden, and who will be remembered as one of the agents of the latter in Columbia in 1876. An attempt was arso made ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 24 April 1879

. TOWN AND COUNTY' TSURSDAY RORNING, April $4, 1879. Tanas or Taa NEws AND HERALD. --Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annum, in advance; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cents perannum, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs of five and upwards. RAT s ov ADvERTIlNQ.-OnWdolar per inch. for the first insertion, ~s ad fity cets .per iach^for each subseq .ent insertion. These rates apply to all ad vertisements, of whatever natu ee, and are pavable strictly in advane u. Con tracts for three, six or twelve months made on very liberal terms. Tran 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 tisements. Simple announcements of marriages and deatha published free of charge, and solicited. All communications, of whatsoever nature, should be addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Company, Winnsboro, S. C. New Advertilemeants. Knights of Honor-E. ...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 24 April 1879

AGRICULTURE. M3K1x.-One would think that the subject of milking is suilleiently well understood at the present time wittiout any further instructions with reference to it, but never was there a greater mistake made. Hundreds of dairymen begin to complain th'tt their cows are d.ying up early while they have good feed anld plenty of it. We were talk ing with one of the leading dairymen with reference to the matter, the other day, and his opinion coincided with ours in this respect, and he claimed that more cows were spoiled by being improperly handled than by poor food. To get the greatest yield of milk the cows should be milked regularly, qu let ly and thoroughly, yet quickly. eUn erally speaking, twice a day is often enough, but there are cases when it be eomes necessary to milk three times, but these are comparatively rare. At six o'clock, morning and e>trening, is as near the right time, all things conaid cred, as any. Milking should be done quietly, without any scolding or kic...

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