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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 10 June 1879

AGRICULTURE. Fiuunts FOR FiAnarEs.--Arithmctle is nuch more necessary to a farmer LI tta n to many others, for as his resour- I ces are not so many, or so lucrative a - perhaps, as the tradesman or merchant, I so mucteh the more need is there that he t. should be safe in his calculations. Yet It we will ask you how many farmers a practice anything like strict calcula- I: tions? flow many potatoes did you raise? h1 Why I don't know exactly, I guess a four or five hundred bushels. tr Hlow much corn did you raise? Why 1 fifty or sixty bushels. tc -1ow muuch hay did you cut,? Why vS fifteen or twenty jags. a llow much mnilk does your cow give? a why she givces a pallfl n igt and morn- i Ing, Suel are the answe.is which you s will, niole times In tenl, get from 'tar- I in11s, if you put the same questions. t" Now what exactness, or real definite :a knowledge is there in such statements? r The Dutch have a proverb that lie who a keeps books seldom fails. 'T'hat Is, he c who keeps his acco...

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. — 12 June 1879

TRI-WEEKLY -_1J EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. ., 12, 1879...O.. ----... NIGHT AMONG THE HILL8. So still I So still I 'ho night comes down on vale and hill I o strangely still, I cannot close y eyes in sleep I No watchman goes bout the little town to keep 11 safe at night. I cannot sleep I So dark I So dark 1 ave hiere and there a flittering spark, 'he firolly's tiny lamp, that makes he dark more dense. My spllt quakes ith terrors vague and undefined ! see the hills loom up behind. So near I So near ! hose solemn mountains, grand and drear, 'heir rocky summits I ' Do they stand Like sentinels to guard the land ? Or jailors, fierce and grim and stern, o shut us in till day return ? I hear a sound A chirping falut-luw on the ground, A sparrow's nest is there. I know The birdlings flow three days ago ; Yet still return each night to rest 'Aud oloep in the for aken nest. No fear I No fear ! Sleop, timid heart ! Sleep safely here I A million helpless creatures rest Seourely on Earth's kindly bre...

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. — 12 June 1879

-TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBOIE, iJLb.,YJLNEI12-NO875. NIGHT AMONG THE HILLS. So still I So still l ho night comes down on vale and hill l o strangely still, I cannot close y oyos in sleep! No watchman goes bout the little town to keep 11 sato at night. I cannot sleep I Ho dark I So dark I ave here and there a flittering spark, he lirotly's tiny lamp, that makes 'ho dark more dense. My sphit quake - With terrors vague and undefined I see the hills loom up behind. do near ! So near I hose solomn mountains, grand and drear, heir rocky summits I ' Do they stand Like sontinols to guard the land ? Or jailers, fieroo and grim and stern, .io shut us in till day ro:urn ? I hoar a sound A chirping faint-luw on the ground, A sparrow's nest is there. I know The birdlings flow throo days ago ; Yet still return each night to rest 'Aud sloop in the for aken nest. No fear I No fear i Bloop, timid heart 1 Bleep safely hero I A million helpless creatures rest 'Securely on Earth's kindly broa t; . Whi...

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. — 12 June 1879

Ti'! E NEW-z\ ANI) !IElAIJI), '1l1i"i21).tV 7Mo0 1N C:, June 1-:, :i1 it. ,7r17.I. 1,.I 1'1:, J.lm SXca. s. I l.yo1,J>s.w rat. . . The Grecnbac: Ilea. In all(.iiigo rcolonili is p ubllshedl 1 extract ( t'the ptroceed,ings' inl ther Oh r f."lflhet UmC mm'(v'ntiyr. ' 'l old Sal i.ug t t we hat 1 tl Pni'uiy ho e(in g'e( the i'n s is vvi-ie iled inl tis it stanc+. W\"( had neverr bliwre dlrr:itu that" the Grrel)e( i(:en im11 " is bol li to Se eprr the Soltith in 18's ," " Ii ii f arIy Iumde at very b:uI .Lar, in 11h: dlirettion inl it.s illai-mig'l' i Winn,isoo onl 3'yMi aesda. ale grieved to learn t h .the lilicy t the renback1rs is to "refu.-u IL en(r l-ito coalition with ithr" o' I e (It parties in any (larter,'' and thlt "i, the Southt le (itre luc-kers hav-, vothing bt De)rm' is"' to jty 11, Nw htence( (lhe folly' of.' Formnn a'l'I coalitiol tith I heir only e IIvI.' W\'ith bit.ter l;:adi("als tilling: all ilh, Fedletal Olliers: inl South C'arolinta wvitht l(uuiial cs0on-S drgin...

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. — 12 June 1879

TO\1N AND (1OUNTY. 'ilUI11SV)It .UN .(.JM, Jnu. 1 ';, 1Sit . I'i-:fis o(r 'T'ti. N -:\vs .tNI' I11:1u11d). -,Tite cely e" dit iu n,. t\>r)tt dt)plir per (Un:l.a"uat, iii aidvance; "Nveckly edition, i.vid(1littrs 8:11d I1l'1'v Cenlf4 pr'anntum, ini,adivalce. Lielral di j yi,Tf to clubs ou ' ve and utpwau-ds. "i':'a .J.'norA n-ri, noe dollar per incll for the lirs6, inu tiouu, - id<I lItfty.conts per inch 'or-onvch sub14 eren, il,I i nscrl ion. 'l'iese rt'es apply 1it) ad itid vertislts 1' wht of tll ver ItA1 t'c, 1111 a re payab',lLr Rt't:i.y in uatinti.Co Iracls For threl, six or 1wt'h 4 le imihi1 miado onl-very- libert11-l -teClinls. T.rall, sientt 'local l ntjgg,es, .1lfte('n ce"nts. per ]ll(! in 'o lie first, insttIionl and seven at.nd onc-hatll' Ceits pcir line fior each subseq uen i, instion. Obituaries am11( I riul)ntes of respect charged al' adver t iseunents. Simple ann lonnlleliv 1nts or luarri.ages and deathlts published t'ree of charge, and solicited. All 1coutnnuni...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 12 June 1879

AGRICULTURE. SwhEtr POTAT'O CUL'rU11E.-''he ratI ing of sweet potatoes has becomo qui general in this latitude, marny farnled growing them for curiosity or to suppi their own table. For th1e benefit, those who may wish to experiment w give at few hints in regair( to soil anl man nor of planting. A dry, loamy anl somewhat sanuldy soil is necessary to it sure success. ,Lninure this well wit com post. seat tered broacdcast,a fter whlit thoroughly pllverize the ground by r pentod plowing and harrowing. '1T use Of a subsoil plow i the beda befoi being throwil tip Is of greak, use to th plan tst blkrk the prepared soil oil in beds fonr feet Avide, and in the centi strike a ,l$ght furrow to receive til :eed if tho soil is dry ; if tu1ist, pul It on the surface. I the seasoi is sill clently long to natuire theni the pot'lt is most,eonvenieutly planted bv ettin the seed into slips ami laying tlhemn si or eight inches apart in the pl..ee wher they are to mature. Large potatoes ti into pieces ...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 14 June 1879

''TI-W EEKL,Y EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C, JUNE 14, 879 SLEEP. Away, unlovely dreams ! Away false shapes of sloop! lie his, as heaven seems, Clear, and bright, and deop I Soft as love, and calm as death, Sweet as a summer naght, without a breath. 8 eep, sleep I our song s laden W.ta the soul of slumber ; It was sung by a Samlan maiden, Who e lover was of the number Vho now keep That oa m sleep Whence aone may wake. whenco none s!,all weep. 1 touch thy temples palo ! I breathe my soul on theo! And could my prayers avail, All my joy should be Dead, and I would live to weep, 8o tho u might'st win one hour of quiet sleep. Renfrew. 'Shure, and you had betther be in a hur .ry, for the red divils are near," cried Pat Malloy to the Renfrew sisters as he hurried past the little ,pjottage in which the girls lived. The alarm had already been given of the presence of the Indians in the neighbor hood and the Renfrew girls had each a horse nearly ready for the purpose of es caping on horseback when ...

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. — 14 June 1879

U1iJ 3EWb AND i l - WIN. 9X)R. S. C*. MATVRp.ty lItO1N-I\No, Junao 14" 190. It. M 1iA N.S I): 4Y -r:oa. elKQ61 N. !tLE1"N0LD8. As.ee Ac :nUPR.>r AT A NEono mass meeting in New York, the other miight', 10d t)oug:tss' 1u4nme -was hissed ecause he 1: t ad tieed Iis raco to stay I. the Soutlh in steal atormhm i'n Kansas. BF.N I1u1.1. hais cnnght 1laille il alt . t1itWhfitalo= c=all-it. ThGIN,e)l1Qi1G knight. of' Miaitne Feeouty took advan tage of Ilill's absence to says that hi kad written in 1861 that. he felt .tout the secession of Georgia ia 11 he had -losta fathe;" atld tl t ht ltevertheless 'totod for seoesston, Says Blaite, "It ap1)ears that rather thani be inl the Ininoi'ty he was willing to murder h119thther," which Wit ticisiuls brough t down the Senate and waked tie s0n 'nolent Afnicans' in the gallery. Seia Hill pi'i'es by the record that he did v'ote l4nIlst secession, but. that. alle' it waS an ncomnplished fact, all thle mem bers of the coliventiont signed tho ordinance...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 14 June 1879

TOWN-AND "COU NTS QATU1tDAY MO1trjINO, J'1imo 14, 1871 'Jiitanm Q(stH'Ir. Nt:wV 3 n ANDin.1A1u -Tl'Weekly edition, four dollars p cfn.ltit, ih advance; weekly editiot wo dollars and fifty cents perannun n,4dtvance. Liberal diggpglt to cl p of flive and upwiu:dq. W1ATris q .IIVERTIsiKa.-One dollti l: inch for the first insertion, oil fity cents per inch for each sqbseq .api insert ion. These rates apply to all an vertisenqlnta, of whatever -naty ce, an are payaile strictly in advanlee. Cot tracts for three, six qr 1.wyeIve monl1h :lna 4lQ "I vry libprtl le,nus. rTrai ploilt lod al - ltdtices, fifteett tents pe line for the first insertion and stve 1tnd one-halif cents per line for enc gabscqnont iusertion. Obituaries an tributes of respect charged as advei tisenents. Simple anmn)Iiitllllpi1S e inarringos and deaths puhllistet free e charge, and solicited. All colnmunications, of whatsoeve nature, should-ho aiiddreasi- to th Winnsboro Publishing Company 1Vf 1sboro, g. C. *qw Advortiso...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 14 June 1879

A Birooklyn PSkeletonA. (lose on thirty years ago, ia eomely young lady of lirooklyn, N. Y., Wis wedded to a well-tO-tio young man, wlone business was In New York. They lived happily togetlpr for some years, and had three or four chil dretn. At length the lusind died, having ilrst made a will, by which lie 1elueath)ed somec $110,000 to lils wife, without laying aniiy charge on her not to marry again. Mis. 11. asf she mnay hie culled, sol1 out, her dead husband's business, and still made her home in Iir(wklyn. She was i very liandsomle widow, her weeds becoming her well. Two or three years wont by, and, though many lovers sought her aide, 4he wa4 (Iei't) t heir whispers and not to be von by their pro About this thne it daahing younig fellow made hla how n lin Brooklyn aolt)-ety, aotmg the set to which Mrs. It. belonged. Ile was well made, hind Ia lfansomle tface, dressed in 4tyle, an() 4eemed to know almost everybody and everything. Ile and the widow mlet. It Wasl at faltal meeting, ...

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 June 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBOIIO, S. C., JUNE 17, 1879.OL. I.-NO. 7. THE END, The course of the weariest river Ends in the great grey sea ; The acorn, for ever and over, Strives upward to the tree ; The rainbow, the sky adorning, Shines promise through tho'slormi ; The glimmer of coming morning Through midnight gloom will form. By time all knots are riven. Comploxal though they be And p.Jaoo will at last be given,. Dear, both to you and me. Then, though the path may be dr.cary, Look onward to the goal ; Though the heart and the lead be weary, Let faith inspire the soul. Seek the right, though the wrong be tempting Speak truth at any cost ; Vain is all weak exempting When once the gem is lost. Let strong hand and keen eye be ready, For placu and ambushed foes ; Though earnest and fancy steady Bear beat unto the close. u The Ia avy clouds may be raining, But with evening comes the light ; Through the dark are low winds co+mplaining, Yet the sunrise gilds thQ height And love has.his hidd...

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. — 17 June 1879

::.1R1-1 N IW. AN D ItERA I1 ). W1NNSB)lt0. 8. C. TvEDw.[Y 1rONIN. J-auw. k7, 1879. it. M:.i.v\S 1),.757r.4, giTon. ONO. S. Ijt LDS. AssociaTF. E4;u4stn Congress. It is said that Hayes will appwroue the Legislative bill and veto the army bill aud,the judicial test oath< bill. The arn-" bi1 plrov'des that no in.iey shall be expended in maliug the troops do police duty.. The,Judicial bill provdes that the ftries shall be drawn from lists prepared by members of the two chief political parties. It abolishes the test oath. What the )enocrats will do in that contingency has )ot yet been divulged. The Scnate re fused. by a majevity o' one to take up Warner'i silver bill. llampton paired for the consid.eration of the hill and U.n t ier against it. Senator Bayard got a little warm becauso it was pro posed to force the bill from the com mittee's hands, where it lay buried, umdi o rei his resigna tion as chairman of the ce uni(tee. No action has yet been takerk. Every one says Congress will...

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 June 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY, '1UESDAY ]ORN1ING, 'Juuo 17, 1879 TIEnRIs or Tim NEWS ANn" 'EhAALD ---Tri-weekly editjoll f4:r t\ollars pcl gunm; in alvgltte; weeltly edition, two dollars .umd fifty cents per-tnllum, in adsiuict. Liberal d.iscotiit to club yf live andu1 upWt1rdt;, RATiS' "oF AINY I SNlN N"-One ldolltu per inch for tli''first insertion, t i( ftfty cents pop inch-for ea h subseq .,ent insertion. These rates apply 4 aill ad vertisements, of whatever iatti' ee, and1 pre payable strictly in advanr c. Con tracts for three, six or twcIve moiths made on very liberal toi ms. Tran sienit lo.cal notices, lifteen cents per line for the first insertion and seven ltnd one-half cents per line for -each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as adver. tisements. Siiple annolitii p et'e. u marriages and deaths puib isbot free o charge, and solicited. All communications, of whatsoever nature, should he addressed to the Viinsboro Publishing Co.lipaniy, Vilunsboro, S. C. Now...

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. — 17 June 1879

AGRICULTURE. SADDLE lltsExs.-It is not a goo rule to use a first-class saddle horse i harness or vice versa, and horsemen al know that to use a trotter to saddle I to shorten his gait and get hIu in th habit of cantering. As soon as a hors finds it is easier to canter or 'run,' as I is commonly called, when going fast I will Invariably take the latter gall But with the ordinary buggy horse o saddle horse, If properly trained, I will not make any difference. Th writer has trained a great many horse for saddle and harness purposes both I1 Europe and America, and knows tha the best saddle horses in the world ar never harnessed until their services t saddle are over. In England, when horse has hunted four or live seasons h is sold to somne tradesmia, and then I is good for four or five more seasons fo the dogcart or gig. With regard to th developement of the muscles of a hors undergoing training for either trottini or running, his muscles will all be ful ly developeul. The horse of all ...

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. — 19 June 1879

rRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WJNN-NORO, S. C., JUNE 19, 1879.8 SILENT SONGS. of fot When the song's gono out of your lfo, 'hat you thought would last to the end ; day That tirst sweet song of to heart, That no after-days can lend-- tal The song of the birds to the trees The song of the wind to the flowers-- 'tg The song tha' the heart slugs low to Itslt , It t When it wakes in life's morning hours. he1m anc You can start no otter song, '!ot even a tremulous note frig Will falter forth on tho enipty air- - It dies in your aching throat. the It is all Ild vain that You try. Inti For the spirit of song has fled. nee' The nightingale slugs no more to the rose, v When the beautiful Il >wer is dead. Con So lot sileneo softly fall tttrt On the bruised heart's quivering strings ; Perhaps from the lo s of all, yon may learn sni The song that the seraph sings :girl A grand and glorious psalm That n ill tremble and rise and thrill. ig. And fill your brea.t with its grateful rest . And its lonely yea...

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. — 19 June 1879

TH E NEWS AND HERALD. fo Co WINNS1ORO, B. C. THURSDAY MORNING, Juno 10, 18st. tra rr. MJVAR Da .I)8, EDITon. t JNO. . R&ENOLD8. AssOOtAU: ErTon. 108 PEOPLE are complaining about the ] Railroads all over the State. The fin, Railroad Commissioner ought soon to I have his hands full. ed we HuE ZULUS are not raising as much h"a of a stir now as they did a while back. Mi The Soith American Republics are Ou also taking an' awfully long time to 1)0 eat each other up. CONGRESS has unanimously appro- Orl priated three thousand dollars for a tlt monument to mark the birth-place of hel Washington. They manifest more gi zeal in honoring his memory than in Ra following his example. the At EVERY Greenback Congressman in ci Washington was sent there by coali- bit tion with one party or the other, most of them by combining with Demo- ad crats. These men evidently don't want Stt to go back to Washington, when they to plant themselves against coalition. We n are aftald John Sherman has bought t s...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 19 June 1879

TOWN AN) COUNTY. Ti'E.M5 o1' T1i.: NI-:ws A NI) I I: AL. -'1'ri-wcckly edition, 1)tu' dolltrs per nnum, ill 'advance; weekly tditlion, two dollars amil tity ceits pe'rnn(irw, in adVan(1ce. Liberal discount to clubs of live and upwitrds. RA.rr.s O" I.':It'Is1i.-One dollar per inel for the first insertion, . (1 lift y. cents per inch for ecilll subsecl 1ent Ins itonl. These rattefsapply to all mul vertisemmit.s, of wvhatevelr nattu rc, and in-e parable strictly in advaneo. Coii Sracts for tllree, six or t.welve mnonth>} mande onl very liberal terms. Tr-iu sient local notices, ten ce nt per Hine For the first insertion and seven atnd.one-half cent-,: per line for each subseqluent inser liOn. Oilit uaries 11n1 tril)ltes of respect. cha,rged ns ndver. tiseieits. Slimpllle an lillIlCo1ncm'its oi marriatges and deaths pubilished ireo of charge, and solicited. All comiunic'ations, of whatsoever nature, should he addressed .to the WVinnsboro P'ublishingo (omlptny, Winnsboro, S. C. New" Ad...

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. — 19 June 1879

AGRICULTURE. SItL.INu ExrAAc-rED ONE1-Y.-As I always sold my extractet honey at U' good prices, perIlaps liy plan migut be al of use to soime that can produce better n t liit sell. 'T he first thing I look to is it good ripe honey; it woid be better to u Ilirow uanripu hlluey away tlatit put it h oil the iarttet. Thte tine to attetid to it this 1s Wihen it is gathered. 1f it once c) becomes s0ur, it has lost its flavor, and ti cannot be cured. 'I'he best reitedy I N have fouind Is Lw lot it candy, when the si sour part will draint oif, then bring it h almost to boiling, and skimi well. 'This is will help it sonme but is ot it Cure. s1 leey sionild alwiys be ripene.d in the it hive. It may be evaporated, but I doubt b, it the llavot can be held. Never extract, fi till it is capped over is the only sate s( rule. 'Tne more comb yot give the t beus, the longer it will stand before ol they sap it, and the thicker it Is. It s. takes luucu longer i wet weather to P) riputI thiin iI dry, an...

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. — 21 June 1879

& .j $$y~ fi.l y {A lt ;4:'4.7 t'.W:z,K '1 . ' T - ,, DITION. rINNSBORO S. C., JUNE 21, 1879. VOL. IV.-NO. 9. LET It $7 IN not swift to tak#o 4 Let it pass'l - Atger is a fo, to sonse ; Let it pass I Bh "Od not darsly o'er a wrong WIVOh wi 1 disappear ero long; Iathor sipg thie cheery sdng Let itpass ! Lotit pass! Strife oorrodes the purest min d Iot it paa t - As the unro-arded wiud, Le% it pass I.. Any Vulgar soula that live May. endemn without reprieve ; 'Tie the idble who forgive, Let it pass ! Let it paas ! Echo not an angry word ; Lot it paise I Think how often you bavo orred; Lot it pses I Sinen our joys must pass away, Like the dowdrop.i on the-spray, Whoitoforo should our sorrows stay ! Ltt them-pass I Le6 thenm pass I If for good you've taken ill, Let it pass! Oh ! be kind and gont' still; 'Y4t it",-aaI Time at last makes all things straight; Let us not rdson. but wait, And our triumpi shall b'-reat Letitpaisl Lot itpass I - ilid your anggr to depart, Let It pass I Lay...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 21 June 1879

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNSIdORt, 8. C. MiTURD.t1 111tNiNGO, .June '21, 1ff;f. ft. NR.!.vS D.A 1'.: ErTmat. eXNo. Y. EYxL,'s. AwoCIATK EiTon. TifE ATI..ANTA C'on./itlio~ says that whenl Conklinr alum a huntorolls vein hte capers as gracefully as a Solti Georgia steer. GE,NErAL E"wiNo, John Sherman, Iline and Don Cameronm arle clo-el V ottnected by family ties. :Irs. (ei oral 8hcrntui is Ewing's sister. This t a quteer lot to be grouped together. I'r is NOT easy for a man to go so ar away from home that hii sayings and doings will not be heard. General Grant waited until he got off in in obscure town in China and theni ex pressed himself favor"ably on Clin':e inttigration to this country. j Jl evi dcntly thought he had gotfen fir enough away from I )ennis Kearney to indulge in a little cheap taffy to the Chinese. Uut Cal i!itia has heard the nIews, and thle Sanl Fratncico ('"// waris the Radicals th:'t (.rant wc.ild loe11 the I'alfic Slope if nominated for a third terira. Even the .il...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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