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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 26 April 1879

TRI-WEKLYEDITON-INNSUIORO, S. C, APRIL 26, 1879 VO.IlT-NO MY CHAIR IN THAT CIRCLE. IIY D. W. 1W.IS1I.. When the curtain of niglht wraps the earth i its fold,' When the storms beat against the dark hills When tiio winds sweep the valleys all cher. less and cold, And fetter the clear runnong rilla, In a dear group of loved ones wiho gathei at night At the hearthstone, all happv aur froo, Whore' the heart gushes pure and the ey< ftashes bright; There's a chair In that circle for me. There friendships kind voices ring swoot I my ear, There affoetione eyes beam on mny soul, There music's soft echoes my sorrows ca cheer, As Lot,he's dark waves o'er me roll And when the rude storms beat against W frail bark, And I'm driven far out on life's sea, There's a haven of rest from the tompets sc dark, And a chair in that circle for ime. How oft when the sun of my hopes had gone down, When no star shed its light op my head, When those I once trusted turned by with a frown, And my heart became b...

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. — 26 April 1879

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNSBOtO, S. C. SATCRDA IORNI'NG, April 20, 1870. 1 Re MR-ANS DAtIH, EDIToR. JNG. S. REYNOLDS, AssocIATS EDITOR. OvR TIIIRTEEN thousand dollars ( have been subscribed in Now Yjrk i for the benefit of the sufflerers - by the e food in Szegedin, Iungary. c TinE REPULICAN Senators, in their eCtlcus the other day, discussed the "fleeing blacks," but not a man offecr ed to give a dollar to keep them from starving in Kansas. SEN.TO DAvis, of Illinois, said the other day that. President Lincoln never L wduld have suffered the use of troops t at the polls in time of peace, and made the Radicals mad when he said it. c SECIITAR SHERMAN his called in the last of the five per cents. of 1858, amounting to only two hundrod and sixty thousand dollars. They will be paid either in four per cents. or in money. IN TItE.SERATE the other day when Blaine was inveighing against the < Republican commissioners of election 1 appointed by Governor IHamlpton, Senator Butler neatly reto...

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. — 26 April 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY." '$ATURDAY MO1NiNO, April 20, 1870.! rEIMs oF TIun Nhws ANI> Urn.u. ;-Tri-weekly edition, four dollars p annum, in- adya.ce; weekly edition, two dollar.i01 fiftv cents perann him, findkvatoe .J J ral discotut to clubs of five and upwards. RATES or A)vEtIISINO.-OnC dollar per.incl.for . the: first. insertion, # ,(d fifty cents per inch tr each subset icnt insertion.. The$ rates apply to :il ad vertisemenitts, of whatever nat.u ie, and ar.q.pavable strictly in advanee. Con tracts for three, six or twelve months made on very liberal terms. Tranl sient local notices, fifteen cents per line for the lirest insertion and seven and'bno-half cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as adver- ] tisemtentts. Simple annotuncemtents. of marriages and deaths published free of < charge, and solicited. . ] .All commnttnicationm, of whatsoever: nature, shol1 bi 'e -addressed to the I WinVnsitoro d'ublisl'ing. Company, ] Winnsboro...

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. — 26 April 1879

AGRICULTURE. FI1:sllu Eoas 'rui.: YEA I rltN". Make a hlen comfortable, and she will lay. If a laying breed so miuch the better. In winter there must be warnth as well as light. Windows will readily give entrance to the light of the sun and the rellection of the snow; but they should be made double, so as to secure warmth, and well fitted in, especially the outside sash. (lean liness and fresh air are a necessity. Ventilation and disinfectants are the means to secure them ; the latter not lacking in variety to meet the circum stances, among which dry air, secired by a coal stove, stands first, the stove also serving as a superior ventilator to carry off the heavy, noxious air below. The windows, of course, are to he on the south side, and if the north side is secured by a rise of ground or the wall of another building-anything that ef fectually keeps out the cold-all the better. This for winter. To carry out the true spirit of a successful henery, the keeper must be on good terms wi...

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. — 29 April 1879

TRIl-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. Go, AINR l'i29, 1879. VOL. 1II.-NO. 38. "I WILL BE TRUE." The fresh groen foliage trembled o'er A picture purely sweet, A blue-eyed maiden in the fore, Her lover at her feet. The brookles glietuored just below, And listened to their love ; . And suniner spread o'er all a glow R1eflecting heaven above. The maiden whispered 'I will be true, Her eyes voilod by her hair, lie answered, "By the heaven so blue I will be true, I swear." The lover sailed across the sea, low sad it was to part, l3ho whieipored "I'e'll be trne to me," But only to her heart. For houru eho'd gaze out o'er the main, And through lier veitis there thrilled A wealth of love akin to pain, Jlhr heart with hope was filled, The maiden whispered, "I'll be true," And snoothed her golden hair, "By endless sea, rhe heavens so blue, I will I I true I swear." The red sun setting o'er the snow, A sad life picture sees, The maldon weary is to go, . And tears are in the breeze. "Oh mother, whon...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 29 April 1879

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNSBOlRO, S. 0. TUESDAY MIORNINO, %pril 29, 1870. R. AMANS DAVI., EDIToR. JAYQ. S. R EYNOLDS, AssocIATH EDITOR. THM ILINOIs Legislature has re solved unanimously that it is not a corrupt body. That settles the ques tion, Amxp PAsuA, a Turk, has been thosen governor of Eastern Roumella. le says he is also willing to become King of Bulgaria if they elect hin. Ti BnITIsHT were successfil in the last fight In Zululand. Colonel Pear son, who had been shut up for some thne at'a place called Ekowe, was relieved by Lord Chclmsford after a brilliant fight, in which the Zulis were worsted. The British were wide awake this time, and Pearson was behind entrenchments, a perfect bar rier against Zulu attacks. One of the features of this occasion was the iys tem of signalling by the heliograph, or hand mirror, by which flashes of light are made to telegraph messages at it distance of sixty or seventy miles. Thus perfect communieation was kept up between the besieged and the ...

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. — 29 April 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY.J TUESDAY MORNING, April 90, 1870. 4 TEiMs OF THIE NEWs AND HEnCAD. --Tri-weekly edition, loiur dollars Ier annum, in alvance; weekly edition, two dollars and llftv cents perunnum, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs of five and upwards, RArEs op ADvERTUIN.-One dollar per inch for tie first insertion, a ad fifty cents per inch f'or each subsoq .Aent t insertion. These rates apply to all ad- ( vertisemiuents, of whatever natu eo, and t are payable strictly in advance. Con tracts for three, six or twelve months made on very liberal terms. Trai sient local notices, fifteen cents per line for the first insertion and seven and one-halt cents per line for each subsequentinsertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as adver- - tisemeints. Simple announcements of marriages and deaths published free or charge, and solicited. V All communientions, of whatsoever j nature, should be addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Company, t Winnsboro, S. C. t New Advertisements...

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. — 29 April 1879

ill tilt in a stable for two days, ie.j good hay, give one quart of wheat toran morning, noon, and evening. In the winter time I keep them three days in the stable, and with such treatment I never had a sick cow. My father kept cows forty-five years and he always gave them rye flour in .the water; lie never lost a sin gle cow, and he owned ats high as thirty different cows iI one year. To KEEP A OsE FROI RUBBING ITs TAIL.--This habit, which spolls the ap pearance of soei horses, is ca used by scurf on the skin of- the tall, or by worms In the rectum. Tie first can be remedled by a thorough washing with borax. Carbolic soap is also excllient. A horse which has formed the habit'of rubbing will probably keep It up for awhile after the cause is removed. Greasing the anus, and syringing the the rectum with a mild decoction of tobacco, will. relieve these parts and kill the worms, but the rubbing will doubtless be kept up for a time. To prevent disfigurement of tie tail, naill a plank at ...

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. — 1 May 1879

TRl-WEEKLY E DITION* WINNSBORO. S. U. rMAY loo" 1879.VO.1.-.39 COMING HOME. "Oome, Kitty, come!" I said; But still she watod-waited, Nodding oft her pretty head Wib, "I'm coming soon, Fathor's rowing home, I know, I cannot think whlat koops him so, Unless he's Just belated. I'm coming soon." -Oomo, Kato !" her mother called, " The supper's almost roady." But Kitty in her plaoe installe, Coaxed, "I'm coming soon. Do lot me wait. Ile's aura to d9me; By this timo father'slways hoe He rows HO fast ani steady; I'm coming soon." "Como, Kit P' her brothers cried; But Kitty by the water Still eagerly the distauce eyed, With, "I'm coming soont Why, what would ovening be?" said she, "Without dear father 1:omo to tett? Without his '1o, my daughter'--? I'm coming soon." "Como, Kit !" they half im plore, The child is softly huUiting She hardly hears them any more; But "I'm coming soon" . Is in her heart: for far from shtre - Gliding the happy waters o'er 3he ecos the boat, and cries. ''lIos comi...

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. — 1 May 1879

T1 E NEWS AND HERALD. WINNSBOR 0, S. C. THUlisDAY MOICNINtI(J, Mty 1, 1870. It NELANN DA IIS, EDITOIC, eI!i). S. REYxo LDS, AssoetATY Porrou. Tim; Pn~sin t, as was expected, has vetoed the army appropr ation bill. 110 states his reasolis in i Illessage of Considerable length. His action was Communicated to the House oil the 20th ult. Ax Now Engld ha,, just hal a six days walkhig match, at whifehi thle winner, "Blower" Browna, aecoma plished the unprecedented t'at of inakiting five hundred and forty-one miles, beating the best previous re cord by twenty-on e miles. lie cov cred three hamd'ed miles in three days. IHzall, wNhao broke down at (lie end, walked one hundred and (hirt v sevel n ies in the. first twentv-six hours. These exploits far exceed (lte efybrts of Amiericani pedebtrians; and so Englad is consoled partly for the defeat of her crack racers by Parole. .AauxQN uis the "plumed knight," of M1aino beei compelled to take vater in the United States Senate. le he gah by an ons...

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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. — 1 May 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. T Tu1piuSDAY MORNiNG, May 1, 1879. ''-:10ns oF THi-:Ni-:ws AND llER13A1,). --Tri-weekly edition, four dolias pier il annumm, in advallee; weeiky edition, two dollars and flfty celts pCI)a annm', if in advance. IAiheral ldiscoulit to elbtiis of five an1(d upwards. Rvri.s or AnvERTISiNG.-One dollar pelr iicl for the' first insertion, u.1d- C ty cents per inch for each sbtol c selnt ft insert ion. These rates apply to i inl ad- a vertisenients, or wlattever' itfv ce, aniid aire payable strictly inl advatitee. Con tracts for tlrCC, six or twelve imontils made on very liberal terms. Tran- i sient. local no14ices, fifteen cents per n line for the first insertion ani1d seven ,r anid oneo-half cenI ts por. linle For each -q subsequent insertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged ats adver isellielts. Simple aill lloulemlients o1' c imarriages and dentths published free ot & chlargre, anid Solicited. Al coinituiiicationis, of whiatsoever nature, should be addres...

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. — 1 May 1879

FARM AND GARDEN. How TO MAKE A hloUsE TROT.-My own practice Is, without pretending to the knowledge of professional trainers, to let the horse a good deal alone. I presume I do not take the reins In both hands once in three months, so far as need of strength goes, when I am driv Ing on the road. Of course there are soine horses that we must make trot if they ever trot at all; I for one do not desire to have any thing to do with that sort of horses. But kive me a horse that is a natural trotter, and I am sure he w%,ill never go exce)t in a trot, itnless by reason of some )ain in his foot or somewhere else, that may cause him to break. In that case the best way is to let him alone. I am dilving a live-year-old colt that Is fast. If he breaks, I let him run. After he has been running six or eight rodts, I hint to him that it is Just as fashionable for him to strike his trot, and, if he does not take that hint, in a little while, I give him another. - But I don't yank him, or jerk hln, ...

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. — 3 May 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WVINNS1Oo, S. C., MA Y 3, 1879. V 1II.-NO. 40. LIFE'S WEST'WINDOW. We stand at life's west window, And think of the days that are gone; Remembering the coning sunset, Wo too must rentember the morn; But the sun will set, the day will close, And an end will come to all our woes. As we watch from the westoru easoments, Reviewing our hSPpy youth, We mourn. for its vanished promtse, Of honor. ambition and trut, But htpes will fall and prid6 decay, When we think how soon wo must away. We stand at life's west windows, And turn not sadly away, To watch our children's faces The noontide of sparkling day But our unn must set, our lips grow dumb, And to look from our windows our children cc me. ltill looking from life's west windows; . And we know we would not again Look forth from tho eastern lattice. And live over all life's pain. Though life's sunlight be brilliant, its sunset is sweot since it brings longed-for rest to our weary feet. Uncle Maurice. It Is with'mn's liv...

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. — 3 May 1879

T I NEWS AND H:RALD. W INNSfORt). 8. (.. SATURDAY MOltNINO, siay 3, 179. Yt. MER.ANS D.- VIS, EmTonc. JNG. S. rlE Y1NOLDS. AssoCAT EvIToR. TiE ssz.vNPR wedding of the EIlper. or1 a1d Ellpless of A ustria l ha beel Solemnized with gleat fet't'1 ivities, al at mnt Plfroul$ procestion emltiellllit' o 1)aIdt evelnts III Ausmt ria. 'he Emllperan jiardiga two hundred aid twelve pr'isoners. 'TIils ior'sa: refu'.ed to pa the aritly appropriatioln bill over Ohe Iresidelnt' veto. the vote stalndiig yeal one hti-' dlred anld twently, nlays Onie hoiel41 nd Itl en: not the neeallry Iwo-thilrds' in the affirimtative. It was strict lv a party Vote. Ontly thrIee of' tle' Greein. backers- voted For the bill, )fine voting agatilnst it. The Situation in Washington. The Delocrats ill Washalingitoni lave beenl cauciusilg over the situationl resccultin from tle Pre.ident's veto oI thle army apropriationk bill. Se~veral speeches were made by Ah-x. itepihaen. anid others'. "Mr. Stephens'k view wai, that "s...

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. — 3 May 1879

SATUntDAV MO1LNING, Maiy 3, 1679. -T~1is o. THE NEwa AND lii.i..D. -Tri-weeklyv edition, four dollars per anntum, in advance; weekly edition, two dollars and il'ty cents peran num, in.adI.vallce. 'i.beral discount to clubs of live and iowards. RA-ric-s or ADv EnT1isING.- e dol10 lar11V per luch for the flirst insiertioti, 'toad lifty cents per inch for each subsco .6ent insertion. These rates apply to all ad, vertisenenits, of whaitever naIt 6e, anul are payable strictly in advane e. C(oin tracts for three, six or twelve months made on very liberal terms. Trai alent- local notices, fifteen cents per line for the first insertion and seven and one-half cents per line for each stubseq utclaInsertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as adver tisemnents. Simple atiniouncemients 01 marriages and deaths published free oi charge, and solicited. All communications, of whatsoever nature, should be addressed to the Winnsboro 'Publishin't Company, Winnsboro, S. C. New Advertisements....

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. — 3 May 1879

AGRICULTURE. ON Plow1.-Always have your plow sharp. Never go to the tield with an instrument which is not inl condi tion to do good work. A good work man may be thwarted by bad tools, and dull tools are a good inleatiOll of a lazy farmer. Remember that to plow weli does not mean to turn over a clean furrow; to do that may be well, but that is not all. Good plowing is the thorough pulverization of the soil, and he wio can disolve an acre of ground into the finest particles is the best plowman, for he exposes the most sur face to the seed which shall be sown. 'rhe ground can not be too flnely ground up. Here lies the secret of fne crops, so far as mechanical agency Is con cerned. Plow an inch or so deeper each year, and thus deepen your seed bed and bring the subsoil into contact with light and air for chemical opera tions. You can never go too deep pro vided you go slowly. ANever be in a hurry at this kind of work. If you have not the time to do your work right, Just make the time. 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. — 6 May 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C.9 MAY , 1879.N BILEMiT SONGS. When the song's gone out of your life, 'fhat you thought would last to the end; That firab sweet song of the heart; That no after days can lend The song of the birds to the troos The song of the wind to the flowers The songs that the hoart Sing low to itself. When It wakes in the morning hours. You can start no other song, Not even a tremulous note Will falter forth on the empty air, It dise in.your aohing throat. It is.all $a vain that yon try; For the Spirit of Song has fled. The nightingale sings no more to the rose, When the beautiful flower is dead. So lot silence softly fall On the bruised heart'. quivering strings, l'erhaps, from the loss of all, You may learn the song the Seraph sings, A grand and glorious psalm That wi.1 tremble and rise and thrill, And fill your breast with its grateful rest And its lonely yearnings still. Toddles., I felt like a lady that morning. I was a lady, I thought, after all; quite 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. — 6 May 1879

S .D Al I )l-.. IA l), wlINN "Olm, S. C. TIVEsnr 3iORnsINa, May 0, Islt) iR. DA. 1)A VIN, Eiroi. */w0V. S. REU,1.vO0. .\SoIT ttat IN ITll:ut ainxiety to 11itanu It fteltire viapital abou t the. DevInoerat l iv te bile audicails over:reached thiemseives4. Theli Retpulblvan iniblished, amwmg ther' thingsia. miiost ientdairv hutr ar. fr.m Senator Voorhla--. The iext d1y in the Se'mie, Sentor Voor hevs satid he had read Ohe proceedin;gs e f the caucuw witi interest, especially hit; spael, as he lid unr ti i tiatelv not beeit f.Itiuone(d to IteId a11; Was not present whent it wasidelivered. lie then, amid laughter. paid a tribute to the triustv1wor'thtiness (W the Republi Can's reporter. A. speeh vas also Ilecorlded to Sentor Ran1isoia which Ith -lever made at. all. Mr. Secretary Evarts. Tlie Uiltimore iun places Mlr. Evarls in an unphileasanit, predicaiicint, and shows tlat he cannot sipport (lie .Radicall positionl onl the penlding" mlen ures inl Coungress wiltliontl gros.yI stultit'vi...

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. — 6 May 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY.1 TU1SDA? MORNING, May 0, 1879. nus op TimE NEWs AND Ii1IA). --Trl-weekly edition, four dollArs per anunm, in advaneo; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cents perunnun, In a vanoe. Liberail discount to clubs of ve qnd upwards. RAVs or AV'EuTn'sING.-One dollar per luch for the first insertion, v od fifty Oents per Inch for cach subseq sent insertion. These rates apply to all ad vertisements, of whatever natu 'e, aund are payable strictly In advan-e. Con tracts for three, six or twelve months made on very liberal terms. Tran plent local notices, fifteen- cents per line for the first Insertion and seven and one-half cents per line for each Hubsequentinsertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as adver- 1 tisoments. Sinple announcencnts o marriages and deaths published free or charge, and-solleited. All communications, of whatsoever nature. should he addressed to the I Winnshoro .Publishing Company, I Winnsboro, S. C. New Advertlsements. Tax Returns-I. N. 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. — 6 May 1879

AGRICULIrURE. COMMON SESF. IN DIIivXiX.-Most inen over-drive. They attempt too much; and iIn so doing, distract or hamper the horse. Now and then you und a horse with such a viclous galt that his speed Is got from hiin by tle most artillcial processes, bit sich hor ses are fortu nately rare, and hence the style of management required cannot become general. Tle true way ia to lot the horse drive himself,-the driyer doing little but directing him, and giving him that confidence which a 1010 alone gets in hilfmiclIt when he feels that a guide and friend is back of him. The most vicious and Inexcusia be style of driving Ia that which so many (rivers adopt, viz wrapping the lines arounti eit her hiaid, and I)ullilg the horse backward Vllhi all their might and main, so that the horse, in pointof fact, pu1lls the weight back of him WiLI his moith, and not with his breast and shoulders. This they do under the limpression that such a dead pull is needed in order to "steady" the horse. This m...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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