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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 20 May 1879

TIRI-WEEKLY EDITION. W INNSBORO, S. C., MAY 20, 1879. VOl. . 7 THE INCH BEFORE THE SAW. Only fromn day to day The lifo of a wiiho man runs What matter if soapons far away Have gloom or have d, ublo sunt,? To climb the unreal patli We stray frotu tho ioadway here, We swim the rivera - f wra I And tunnuol the hills of fear. Our foot on the torrent's brink, Oir eyes on the cloud afar, Wo fear the thing we think instoai or the thizigs th.t, are. Liko a tido our work -hould rise, Each later wayo the best ; To day is a king In d sguiso. To-day is the apocial tott. Like a sawyer's work. in life The present iakeA the i.tw, And the only Iiold.for strife In the inch hofore the #aw. Two "Iimortelles." How differently the prizes of fame are distributed ! A Leonidas falls at Thermo pyie, and the. world rings with the deed forever. A Naoluheon ravages half of Eu rope, and because lie is a conluerer is exal ted, by his ivorshipers, into a demni-god. On the other hand, 4'mc sailor or soldier, or ot...

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. — 20 May 1879

TH' E NEWS AND HIERALD. WINNSBORO, 8. C. TUESDAY MIOUNINO, May 20, 1870, M. nrNANS DAVIs, unTrom. d.VO. S. BLRNAOLDS, AsSOCIATH EDITO. Investigating the Railroads. The attorney-general is preparing tc institute proceedings against the Char lotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad, t alloged violations of Its charter, In respoise to his advertisem('ent th< merchants of Wlhmisboro, along witL other parties, have 11d their griev ances before him. The matters of wideli they complain are legion, as will ap pear doubtless when the case comes for trial. The main question is tie old charge that the Charlotte, Coluim bia and Augusta road tore up its tralk connecting with the South Carolina road, and not only neglected to make the connection as required in its charter, but absolutely refused to carry any freight whatever consigned over th South Carolina Railroad. There ap pears to be no doubt of the flcts of ithe case; but we learn that, as a Justilk-a tion, the plca Ms made that, the Char lot...

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. — 20 May 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. TO~SRti bIORNING, May so. 1579. TnE, NNs AND HERALD. -TH-1. edition, four dollars per tn~ann I, n dvance; weekly edition, two doilata 'nd fifty cents perannum, in advance. LAberal discount to clubs of flive and upwards. RATM or ADvERTIIN.-One dollar per iuch for the first Insertion, 9ad fity cents per Inch fbr each subseq Aent Insertion. These rates apply to aill ad vertisement, of whatever natu re, and are payable strictly In advanee. Con tracts for three, six or twelve months made on very liberal terms. Tran slen local notices, fifteen cents per line for the first lusertion and seven and one-half cents per line for each subsequent Insertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as adver tisemeints. Simple announcements or m"arriages and deaths published free or charge, and solicited. All commiunlations of wjiatsoever nature, should he addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Company, Winnoboro, 8. C. New Advetilsements. Third Arrival-F. Elder & Co. Read the...

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. — 20 May 1879

AGRICULTURE. CLOVan SEIDIN.-At this time I can scarcely believe any oie desires to dispute the value of red clover Its anll important ianurial agent In aeiricliiig worn-outt land; In fact I consider it ile cliepest fertilizer a farmer canl apply to h1 Is laud, espe-elal I 1y lin sCh land as is suitable to growth. When clover seed nay be obtalnod as at present, for only about $4 00 per bushel, every fainer should plan to seed down as may iaciure as possible during the coming spring, since It seeis hardly probable thnt, so low a figuro will be reached again for se(d In several years, especitilly It (lie ravages of the lisect, working iI Ite seeds of clover should be widespread and as destructive as was the case iI this section durIig the past sum1nier afld autumn. Many firiiiners have ai Idea that, clover should be sown only upon fall-sown wheat, or rye. This Is it V ronig limprerson , as I hav. seei equally ail good citehes when sown with oats, spring wheat antd batirley. Ivlen liute...

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 May 1879

- - - -. - - -62- -1.... TR - E K Y ED T O .WINNSBO RtO, S. C., MAY 2, 1879. VOL. 1I.-NO. 48. THE OLD COUPLE. They mat in the sun togother, Till the day was almost done, And then, at the close, an angol Stepped over the threshold alone. He folded their hands together, lie touched their eyelids with balm; And their last breath floated upward Like the close of a solemn psalm. Like a bridal party they traverse The untisen mystical road I'hat loads. to the beautiful city Whose builder and maker is God. Perhaps in this miraclo country. They will give h r lost youth back, And the ilowers of a banished springtimo, Bhall bloom in the spirit's track. Ono draught of the living waters Shall restore his m'auhoo l's prime, And otornal years shall pnoasuro The love that outlives time. But the shape they loft behind thom, The wrinkles and silver hair Made sacred to us by the kieses The aug6l imprinted there. We'll hido away in the mealow, When the sun is low In the west; Whore mopnbeams cannot fin...

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 May 1879

THE NE W8 AND IHRALD. - WINNSBORO. S. 0. VRVSDAY MORNINO, May 2S, 1870. R.RAN DAM, .2MbS. jWQ. 5. ofmXaozs.. AssowrAm pspRa. GOTERNOR IZOBMON, of New% York. Is eighty-one years old, and yet wants to be his own, successor. Ite has made an admirable record. CONGREss is progressing very leis urely with its business. The Demo crate have turned their attention fi-om Hayes to the omilbus silver bill; and the public is srowly edging down oft the fence on which it had pdrched itself to see the row. CoaORESSA N BELFORD, ofColorado, in a late speech made an enumeration of all the vetoes that have been sent to Congrese. VTho list is as follows: WaaMngton 2, 1Madisoil 6, Moiroe 1, Jacksoin , Tyle 7, Polk 8, Piorce 9, Buchanan P,, Lincoln 1, Johnson 17, Grant 26, Hayes S. The Presidents who are no! nanied sent no vetoes to Congress. Jackson "pocketedi' seven bills, and Tyler two. Washington's first veto was on an army appropria tion bill, which mustered two regi ments of dragoons out of the serv...

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 May 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY,. THUIRIS)AY MOINXG, May 22, 1879. V .1 'Ti'r. Ni.ws Ax!> 111,i~u >., -ri-weeikly edition, four dollars per annum, in advaince; weekly edition, S I wo tiIo Illrs ant lif t ye cets per an Itun/, il in advalce. liberli diseoutil to' clubs i of live and ulpwailsk. per. inch for the first insertion, P .id1 ifty. ceniti por inch for ebch subsel acit .n insertion. These rates apply to -i11 ad- ci vertisoments, of whatever nat.m me, and are payablo'strictly in advanee. Con. tracts for three, six or. twebl months mlldo oi very liberal te ins. Tran- t slent locttl notices, fifteen scents per t< line for the first insertion alld Seven ia anild .onie-hail cents lier line For gch subseque i isertion. Obilltutries.aid Z tributes oi' re.1neet. c ihaged as adver- b liseinents. Simtiple 1imoulnceinmenits or iarriges1and deaishs published free or el ciIrg , 1111( olicited. ti Al coiilmiluications, of whatsoever y nattire, should he add'ressed to the Wimshoro Pubilihing Compa...

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. — 22 May 1879

WAAnNIN -O FAnMEns.-There is a rot of swindlers whose operations are espeela Ily dlirected toward farmers. Itl Is no rgellectti upon, the Intelligence of farthers that this Is so. These ras cals know thalt all kinds of fishi are not to be caught with one balt; hence they operate upon clergymen, doctors, mer chants and fairmors, each in a different nianiner. It is safe to predlct that there is a nesv set of traps ready this spring to catelt fartners. Of late years the "agency" dodge hls.been played sue eessftlly, and it has airdady been start ed thus early In the season. These swindlers are all alter one pattern. A gill) tongued chap, No. 1, wislics to es tUblish an "'agency'' for 6ome crinkum. It may be a stumip-puller, a miachine for grinding the knives of mowing ma chines, it may 'be a shurn power, or a spring bed. Whatever it is, chap No. 1, soiehow, or tin some way, contrives to get the signature of the farmer. lero Is where the trouble begins. We have cauitiomied and reitoratte...

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 May 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITTON. .WINNSBORO, S. C., MAY 24, 1879. YOL. 111.-NO. 49. SNEVER MIND." -. What's the use of always fretting t - At the tr.als we shall fihd r Ever strowu along our pathway.? 11 Travel on and "never min ." Travel onward: working, hoping, Cast no lingering glaneo boind At the trials once encountered, Look ahead, and "nover mind." What is past is pist forever; * Let all fretting bo resigued ; It will never'help the matter- h Do your boat, and * never mmd." e And if thoso who might befriend %ou, Whom the ties of naturo biud, b Should rofu e to do theIr duty, Look to Hoaven and "never niind.' Friendly words are often spoken . When the feelings are unkind, HP Take them for their real valuo, Pass theim by' and "never mind." Fate may threaten, olouds may lower Fnemies may be combined ; if your trust in god as stea if .st, sa He will help you "'never mili.p." te A Romance or the Pistoi.! Barney McBriar wis the hero aid the terror of Mad Mule Flatt. lie was by pro fesioin a shlo...

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. — 24 May 1879

TH E NEW% AND HERALD. W INNBOB*, & . 1A2SMDAl MORNING, May 24, 187 m. M "rka DA rqS, noma. "o. . R VYNOLDS, As.sCAr EDxrOi0 .HoN. M. P. O'COsNoR will delive the oration at the Centenniul celebra tion of the poet, Tom Moorc, in Bait! THEi LoT:ISIANA Constitutional Con. vention is dragshigItsolf "long ;' bui of what nat tire its work, will be cannot be foretold. A Mississ-we planter offers to b( oie ofa thousand to- subscribe flih dollars yearly to scnd Southerni negroe to Nassachusetts. THE111 "ItiJ- 1Ilm.ICANS tid themselve i at bad shape for 1880, haviig ei plativally committed themiselves t(c the policy of emi1ployimg troops at tIh poll to haterfere vith voters. They have the unenviable task before theln of defending that infimtious and un. poplahfr iit tude. If they don't care to do that they must. back down. TJ'iri-: Ai T- r Ch ronie/c and Con. st/tionalist of VWediesday waIs il miost entirely filled With a receni speceh ofSenaItor 11111 onl the appro priation bill. It is a ...

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. — 24 May 1879

TOWN AND COUNT) SATURDAY MO1t,41N, May pf; 181 TEnms oF TaIE NEws AXII IIEnIAI -Tri-weekly Pdition, RA?- dtgli -s annlIumf, int ad~vantce; weekly e~t'ltro two dollars and-fily cats perauntu in advance. LiberMl discounta to clii of tive aLt upmwards. RATHS M? Al)Xv MtltING.-QIIe (oll per inch for the ;rst. insertjon, is, ILfy cents pon)#h eaoch suabson .e insertion. Lilo'rates aly to''i a vertisemretitsf wlatovi ' natil 'eo, ni lre pavable'strlitly in advdi'iro. Co tracts "for three, six 01', twI mnt made00 oil vory lil tea.mn.. T1a1 sieit local 'notioes, lifteeha cents y line for tid-1:s'Pt insPeiona anAd 'sev< tand one~-halif cents per line foir eai subsequnaIt I Iiet ion. Oln0aries, a1 tribul.es of respect chiA..;.l'ge aq adv: tis-eienits. intikple annocemes c aige, an' 1 1 olicited . ' All com IIicn Ieimns; nfWlis* Ialtur. I soihb albirc''l to (I IV'unmsboro, . C. New AdisementU. Second Arri val-Sugenheimer, Groeschel. County Treasurer Davis hans collect( about two thousand do...

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. — 24 May 1879

Goodi Words for the Boys. Tle Danbury. $ews, man put In good words fow1h9boys, who lie had on his farm: "See there boys; I don't care for money, Ap .Il make a bargain with you. ' IA Wiy .have. half the money we make fu the gardenjad of the po. tatoes wh.01 we shAll 'plnt, the boy that raisesihbeinost'roin tielve row's shall have a sil'voi watch -costing $16." The yotingest -is under the impiaessiloi that if he is not far behind the eldest in the. qtuantity-of his rows, that 1W way get a watch too. I may mentioln another thing whlih works very well. It is this: I ant boss, and they know it; but I am neVer arbitrary. They alwia3 a see miy reason for doinianything,' diud aL once acquiesce in my JudgUment. A part of tuy wthod is that we irtquent ly consult together. ['listen to their suggestions, and often they will sig gest the vory- plan li tny own wind. But, if'we happen to diller, I show thein nmy reasons, alter which they agree to mny plai with promptitude aid cheer uinea. iThen th...

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. — 27 May 1879

TRfI-WEEK(LY E DIT'ION. W N S O ,S.C., MAY 27, 1879.VO .I . HOW THE PARSON BROKE THE SABBATH (I the grave of l'arson Williams, Tito grass Is brown and bloatied, It is nore than fifty winters Hince I lived and laughed and preachod. lint his motnory in Now England, No winter snowas can kill ; f his goodhos and his drollness Countios logonds linger ttall. And among those t'roasurod logo ids Most Orthodox, on grace, When a sound of distant thunder .Broke tho qutit of the pla..o. Now the meadows of the Ciouby's Lay full within is sight, As lio glanced from out the window Which stood open on hisi right. And the green and fragrant baycocks By the acros there did stand Not a meadow like t to coacon's .Far or near i all tho land Quich and loud the claps of thuder Wont rallin, tirough t- a skies, And the Parton saw his Deacon Looking out with anxious oyo. "Now my.brothron," called the Parson, And ho called with might, and main, "Wo must get in Brother Crosby's hay, 'Tin our duty now most plai...

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. — 27 May 1879

WINNSDO11. 8t. C. *. DAY DarNINY1, E NDY 2b 1879 "06 R. *3rrozDs. 4AssocIAn EDITOR. tE T0QUELL prophesied that li the American negroes wore evei emancipated they would be extirpated r e~pelied. Ii t. but LGRANININzISTeoaIroturuing home ill see nl1ly, muchI to the diggust of the third at outrmeirs who wish to keep ihii away par t estil next spring. The inlferior article 1y con Bourbon retailed in Chini and sluggesm may have some influence in gest, ,1ning the prodigal's return home. But, if-W4 niy reaso KRIDLE, thie school 8uerin my plaiht, of Newy-ork City, whose Con 'iulnese. 'Jt to spiritualisin hqs beeni al eOaMdy noticed, has resigned his office. - It is a pity that he has run oil' at a taugont aftler forti years of successful - and distinguished services in the cause of education. TnP HOUSE is still lighting over the unlimited silver bill. The voting is very Close. party linle4 no0t being elear ly drawn. We holieve in lilnited coinage of silver, but must agree wit i the Republic...

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. — 27 May 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. TiMEDAY 1Iftftm , Dray 27, 1879. Tvtnrs op Tim NFws AND IfIEnA1.D. Sri-w ey e(i.iin, four (ollars pr annlfufl, inl advane.; weLekly (eitioni, two dollars and tlxity cen1ts p.ufillnnutm, in ad'vaneo. Liberal discount, to clubs of live and upwards. RATES OF Aiv ri'IsN(.--On (10dllar per inch for the first insertion, v dd 1ifly cents per ipch for cach subsen elit insertion. These rates apply to -ill ad vertisenients, ol whatevor natto ce, and are payable strietly il idvancie. Con tracts for three, six or twel e iionths made oil very liberal terms. Tran Sient local notices, lifteen ecnt per line for the first Insertion and seven an1d on1e-h1alf cents per line for each subseq -mnt insertion. Obituaries anld tributes ) respect charged ats adver.. isents. Simiple announicements ot manrriages and deaths published free or charge, and solicited. All comiunilet.ions, of whatsoever nature, should he addressed to the Wiinsboro Publishing Company, Winnsboro, S. C. New AdvertHeine...

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. — 27 May 1879

OULTUBg. hab 'lime is a special lohdnity be used profitably Is. od on a greater variety W -r.other special fertiliz alLof our clay loons, as e lki0ghter sells, are dellelient ent.* Especially is it need rm4sfromwhich large quai k live stock or grain, have ' heihabit which cows an1d k often form of chewing her or boards, Is a special f Its defielency 'In the sol ey feed. The cheapest and obtain superphosphiate of urchase the materials, con iurie acid and 1ine ground one carboy of about 175 ibs, 'Igth, to 500 lbs of bone. 'spaper men and scientil y to discourage fariers J tiemsclves, telling them sukto buy it of phosphate gesi advice helps to enrich iu by increasing their ' expense of the fair I Y34.euanger or difficul nhifacture o1 it. if (ie care d'andling the acid to avoid It or spattering on the clothes it is well to wear old woolen and over-clothes which are not luable. so if you burn a few will be but a small loss. If I is poured out with a steady .nld quite slowly, it will seld...

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 May 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., MAY 29, 1879. VOL. 111.-NO. 51. RAIN ON THlE ROOF. Saft falls through the gathering twilight Tito rain from the dripping eaves, And stirs,;with a tremulous rustle, The dead and the dying loaves, While afar. in the m dst of tho shadows, I hoar tilo swoot voicoi of bolls, Como borne on the nind of the autumn, That fitiully iuses and swe.s. They call and they a iswor oaoh other, And atiswor and minglo again, As the de-op and the shrill in an anthem Make harmony still in t oeir strain ; As t so voices of sentinols minglo In mountainous regions of snow, Till from the hill-tops a chorns FLoats down to the vallose below. Tio shalows, the irlright of oven, The sound of the rain's distant chime, Como bi ing ng, with rain softly di opp.ng Sweet t loughts o1 a sha-owy time The slunkberous sonse of soolusion, 1rom storm and intruders aloof, We fool when we heat in the midulht Tuo patter of rain on the roof. The Midnight Cry. lit the early days of it certain...

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 May 1879

- HNENS AND) 1imRA LD. I~ N - L *BURtSDAY MOtNINO, May MV9, 1879. JR. XtAt aS DA.I, ro.TO& 42o0 se 7-r1OXZDn AMsommT A nr rt. Tait "Workldtginen" of California are jubilant over the success of the fhew constitttioft. A monster mass neeting and procession has been hfeld In Saitt Frncisco. But adversity always bluds the masses more closely together thftt prosperity, and already symptons of diskension are seen among Dennis Kearney's followers. Ittt doughty leader and the San Frraticisco Chronicle, the ablest advo cate of the constitution, are already at loggeTheads, and Dennis has also stigmatized as "Honorable Bilks," a certain wing of his folloWers who wish to form a new party. As the constitution legislated all the otilcials of California iot of ofiee, a hot camn paign for new offeers-is inaugurating. Kearniey's conventfon meets Onl the 3d of June, the .Republicais on the 17th, and thc i)cnocrats on the 1'st of July, The latter party is as badly decimated as was the Democratic o...

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 May 1879

in.- adoluwe. an 141-y'o c!51Ilm"ill ') 111 )wk.1 VPI l11 timI i Wi l rfolS,) . 1( 1 ':( 11.' l~ i~ct a illil) I'm Iw Subi4' 1 Iw: 11,110S for thrvv ,i\4 ill 01 cli'' (-Av I' 14)10 Ot'o' 'err1 1) iv * 1 ,1 vi l low' I w 'kp Pi')1 ('44 [" IIIv i 1 4 (',o 0i itv ti I 1 :11111 i fol' I1i' nL hl-v Pi l'. Obi 10-i.; 3ill w~ the 1)1400 ui a In1 'I(Il 01.,vol100 1I.,.;1c tellk~e. .P'Ii11oiilv1dto'I 54'41111 VM IIl!I. 1 141111 .a l W~ - 41' .1 Wil N', IgIn(I I r 111 l li I,) I I II o Id I(i LINI,1 -t l10 :I oI'I Ill.,ilnr who Spol tw1 lv. m yNe'~ scn!- fit*11 1111o l. 11'1 'hi nv1IOwIill t1-il ('eliiv. cldl2iOtS 111 (11( 1101. li v ith 1ubwl. 90CO' ga I O t les ;oe andis !11')!l1(11. .he lol iIloil ."o Mei SVC17y -l1l SV 0111Sd illn 1 fill,-xt B i tek chill 11 ('II ( k- r t Cj. fltIIIl( !: I w ti r o l 1 t i ' t !)Ie 1 ( _111 l i o- ( 11 1i.. ()XC li comaltie 1t' ilood c 1111 er. gIe ta, highest vn 1,egard of l.. Hyho kW111. Oc1;'s wMclail a dighc ftl l.1of 1.iOl i 4 voi-t.V', Ilw tth!o pta...

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 May 1879

KICKING Co~wS.-It not unfrequent,1 haPPens thate very best milkers It the dairy herd b sent to tihe butcher ot account cf her viclons kicking, or un easy steppiug about while beIng milk ed, Owners find such animals to< troublesome, and in despair o curhj the ailmals, prefer to get rid of them Somne heifers are said to inherit the habit, but it Is oftenor ac(uired throagi the bad treatmient received at the handi of their care-takers. Prevetion Ii this case is inuch better tian cure am a helfer should be accustomed to beinj handled long before lavintg her ursi cull', and espectlilly Just before thai evenat. Pet a limals have 10 Suich fault and the law of kindnitess Is- never mor Pioductive of good rcsulits than in tI case of milk cows. A rough, brutal man should never be employed in th( care of dairy stock. But, supposing the habit be formed, how can It Le cur ed? A Vermont 'orrespoident of the New York Tribune recommends buck ling a surshigle tight about the body Just forward of t...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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