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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 21 June 1879

-! ti ) t tt (ll4 * .twWII'l~ ce iis erand~ S.in anr ' her lto ahd of'. .lfr a ui l "I-rIm sI I-.-One dell r Ach l4#Jt, - ilse a s l :tp:nIi, ---vet<t ns a; .t to ie, ni nu+e Uio- trld N4n at. Co ' trtt 41'ttre'rA 1 two e mont1 i nac e1 Id I i : ton 'rn Ls0ie dls tco fifteen entA p Sl t ;i oft nsertIo t.'nd Aey, - -e- am16ft65. eots per'; lind for en, 't1 uaent,inserlon, Obituaries at - trl y pf i"e?li'et chnrged as advc tisb otIs.- mE1plu aunoditlenients mat age and deaths published free All cotm tion's',"'of vhhtsoev -ta fd , ,ioild be..ftddressed to tl S-W nshoro Publishing Compan *?ei,' b vgrtRemo ntA -'Dowit Qrciaitee-.Y. N. Chandle rtrk. 4 fm - Board of IIe\th---,anes A. Bric lir-,K. Elllott, Cashie e p1asbd'to learn that. Mr. 1' C. 14 .:of pb'iboio, a forinr si -Iy. d .Mfount Zion, lias takjo a vol roi f16 stnitd at Davids(m ".Qg1leg tIis.mrl ation'papers i-idLatti i ith nt wOra eP.iillf' good. ' ;aylt\l'i M6&Lm'one of tl .editdt 'a of th'C1Cest'er 'tate -13nlleIi lias...

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. — 21 June 1879

AGRICULTURE. STABLES AND 131nsEOj.-We Irequon ly see ,girles agaminst keeping harne: In at e,Uhe reason given being thl the atmniohta prevalent there rots ti leather and soon destroys the harnes Now this Is begliniig at the wron end to remedy the evil. We may tal and ad.v,se; , y'ar in and year out, about the matter, but harness will 1 kept in the stable in spite of all. Whet else can the majority of people wht keep horses hang these I rappiigs 1 rich man may have a closet in whie the harness may hang safely from feti of ammonia and ait other daangers; bt the avorage horse owner will have hi pegs behind the team, because he ca have no otiher way of disposiig of th hariess. But the trouble would en if the produetion of ammouia were prt vented. Enter an ordinary stable s any period, but especially Iin the wia ter, When every cranny through whie the wind dan come in is carefuilly stop ped,:ind what, an offensive odor offel i the nostrils and irritates the eyes. I this ordor of ammonia,...

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 June 1879

_Ih Ee _ eO S__ _, JLaib . TI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORtO, S. C., JUNE 24, 1879. VOL. IV.-NO. 10. DEATH'S HARVEST. Tnw field stands white in the reaper's sight, Teio sumter blessings fall On the ripened wheat and the blossoms sweet, And 1Ieaven stniles over it all., And the ioaper sings while the hot air rings With the rush of his sickle keen ; ''Oh. I reap and I bind whatever I find, And gather my s'.oaves at will. "Tho grain grows high, but what care I ? I walk with a giant's pa;o ; Mon shiver and cry as I hurry by And shrink from my tc+rrible face And the maid grows white with dumb afright At my kisses so d*np &nd obill, But my arms are bold. 'to havd and to hold,' And I gather any sheaves at will. "The breeze that roves through the c .o groves Is th.ok with a coming doom And they drink in death from the perft tod breath Of the fair magnolia bloom ; Where once, through a flood of tears and blood, I gathered my groody fli, I come again, and through woo and pain I garner fresh s...

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 June 1879

TIIEYNEWS AND HERALD. WINN8 Rltt, S. C. Tl'ESDAY MO1 1N(, Juno S4, 187). R.. ,Al-.'..vN 1).1 V' S, FKu:-Ont. )1V6. S. It 1: .'1L LIs. .\ssocli.m i 1: inro.. N ot 1.A' editori(11 oil (e railroaul, the word "years" should be "weeks," so as to reid that for the ptst few weeks the road has charged for cotton by uleasurenent.. A.\11-:1;o(1may&0ttl once nmore be lappy. Jianlan, the Candiui, hats heaten 1'llfoti, the English chitiiipioni, in the besi i.catch ever rowed iupon thr Tyne. The victor wais able to stop and sponge his b,at and bow to the crowd during the race. Weston, (lie long legged YaInkcee, has just brought back the champion pedestrian's belt carried over to England by Rowell. . fit valked live hund-ed iind fily miles eight miles more thant1 the b1'ezt record ever imade previously. With these triumphs and Parole's founr victories out. of six races, the A nicriat clgle ought to be content. The Dead Princee. Fi'urtler reports front ('ape .('olony give details of the death 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. — 24 June 1879

TOWN AN) COUNTY TU ESD)AT. AJIt.NiINO, J.V, 24, 11:; T'n'ias ol"FTI.Ni.wti AND lilent.\t,i -'l'ri-wekly edition, Four- dolars p an j)nm, Iii advance; veokly editioi t'.vo (ollats and lit'ty cents /er(nitnum in lvi:c. Liherul discount to club of live and Uj-.ais. . Rtvr.s o AD vE'i;tINia.fite dolla V'rr itth for the 11rt iInser"t(on, A .1 fity cent;s per ichf or.otlh sunbse(i ee insertion. These rates apply to ail ad vertisemnits, of whatover natu ,"c, il itrc pavable strietly .ItU.idvanee. (oii tracts for three, six oP twele ionth imado oi very. lik,eral tot ins. Tran Moent local notics.; ffteen cents pe line for the Iirst insertion 1(and sevel tid ono-htir cents por lite for e1el subse(quen t insertion. Obituaries atn< tributes of respect charged as nlver tisOImenIts. Simtple amtitaunctementS o marriages iid deaths putblished free o charge, and solicited. All comiunications, of whatsoeve iature, should be addressed to th, WVitiisboro Publishig Company Winnsboro, S. C. We aro bie...

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

Ornamllentatlon Without Money. A good deal can be done by way of home adornment without using any money, and'in these hard times that is quite an item with some of us. I saw a handsome picture the other day made pf1 1ieo8,a9sl. mp$s, sticks, and other thhigi, Which had been picked up in the fields and woods. The scene was a landscape, with trees, a house, fences, tIlIs,ai .valleysr V1 composed of these coiginon,ar(iclbsi but put together with such artistic skill, that it was very charming. Ano9ier lady has a rustic scene arranged on a foundation two feet square. There is a house made of tiny logs with tiny shingles, made from old ones. There are doors aid glass windows, a carpet and chairs, while outside an old-fashioned well sweep contains a bucket, and a doll, dressed like a boy, stands by it with a pall on his arm. A woman at the door with a broom in her hand seems sweep ing the steps. There is t creek formed of looking glass and pebbles; and moss serves for grass. Ferns artistic...

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. — 26 June 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., JUNE 26, 1879. VOL. IV.-NO. 11. BON VOYAGE. Thoro's not an' hour but from some sparkling beach lo joyful nen, in fragile ships, to sail By unknown seas to unknown lands. They hail The freshening winds with eager hope and speech Of wondrous countries which they soon will roach. Loft on the shore, we wave our hands, with pa o, Wet cheeks, but hearts that are ashamed to quail Or own the grief which sollishn,ss would teach, Oh ! Death, the fairest lands beyond thy sea Lie waiting, and thy barks are swift and staunch And ready. Why do we reluctant launch ? And when our friends their heritago have claimed Of thee and entered on it, ri h and free, Oh I why of sorrow are we not ashatod ? The Exchanged Overcoats. Several young folks were assembled at Mr, Lawrence's one evening for the purpose of- amusement, and after they had quite exhausted their budget of fun, they re quested Mr. Lawrence to tell them a story. As lhe delighted in pleasing young people,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 26 June 1879

TH E NEWS AND HERALD. WINNSI;t>RO.:,. C. TI1IRSD-tY MORtNiNO, Juvo 2e, 1879 R. Mr Z.1 NS.vA I.ts, Ewtnn. JS4O. S. liRYNOL115, Assici.r Ks rn-. Tim Rev. P. F. Stevens has bee rade l,ishop of the Reformed Episco pal Church. Bishop Stevens fough gallantly during the war as colonel o the Holcombe Legion, but since th surrender he has been earnestly en gaged in the task of saving souls.' 1o several years he has been a member o he "Cunmnins," or Reformed Episco pal Church, and has a number o colored congregations under his charg on the sea coast. The Senatorial Gladiators. Conkling came near getting int another difficulty the other night While he was speaking Don Camero: began conversing with some onc when Conkling told him pret ty sharpi ly to hush. Don began to fttme abou it, and Conkling apologized after hi got through. Since then he is becon Ing more polite in his behavior. Bay ard and Blaine had at slight qnarrc the same night. Mr. Randall, in hi letter to the Augusta Chronicle an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 26 June 1879

TOWN AND COUNm Tr1UR1SDAY MORNINGi, Jmmt '2c, Ili'r 'l'1.:10s or'ltt: N1:ws AND 111.nAu --''rioNveekly edition. 1i>ur dolhnrs p< a-11,1utm, ii advance; weekly editioi two dollars and It'ty cents fl,'J'1erann1vI in advanitce. Liberal discuntt to cluil of live and upwards. R-ri.:s Or At.vI:m'rlsIN.-)ne doll: per incht for the first insertion, 0 . tjfty conts per inch lifor eacht subsm i(' insertion. These rates apply to :ill t vertisemnteus, o' whatever ntt n c. an tare payable strictly inl aulvane. Cot tracts for three, six or twel t mon l made Oil very liberI term-- s. Trau sient local notices, ilflteon cenis pc line ihr the first inse'tion1 and sove and one-hitlt' cents per litie For eae subsequent. insrtion. Obit uaries an tributes o' respect. charged as adveI tisemnents. Simp )ill Ioullcnceens marriages and (leths putblished freec c; cha1re, and solicited. All comintunientions, of' whiatsoeve nature, should he addressed to th WVinnsbor"o Publishiing ComtpanN Winnsboro, S. C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 26 June 1879

Plants Protected by Insects.-One of the most curious forms of defence known is afforded by a reccently dis covered class of plants, which, being stingless themselves, are protected by stinging ants, which make their home in the plant and defend it against its enemies. Of these the most remarkable is the bull's-horn acacia (described by the late Mr. Belt in his book, "'The Naturalist in Nicaragua"), a shrubby tree with gigantic curved thorns, from which its name is derived. These horns are hollow and tenanted by ants, which bore a hole in them, and the workers may be seen running about over the green leaves. If a branch Is shaken, the ants swarm out of the thorn and attack the aggressor with their stings. Their chief service to the plant consists in defending it against leaf-cutting ants, which are the great enemy of all vegetation in that part of America. The latter form large under ground nests, and their work of de struction consists in gatheriug leaves, which they strip to form 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. — 28 June 1879

TII-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., JUNE 28, 1879. VOL. IV.-NO. 12. GROWING OLD GRAOEFULLY. Softly 0 1 sof ly the years have swept by thee, Touching thee lightly with tenderest care ; Sorrow and oae did they often bring nigh thoe Yet they have left theo but beauty to wear Growing old gra efully, Gracefully fair. Far from the storms that are washing the ocean, Nearer each day to the pleasant home light ; Far from the waves that are big with commo tion ; Under full sail and the harbor in eight Growing old cheerfully, Cheerful and bright. Past all the winds that were adverse and chilling ; Past a 1 the islands that lured thee to ret ; Past all the currents that wooed thee unwill . ing. Far from the pert of the land of tde blest. Growing old peaoofully Peaceful and blest. Never a feeling of envy or sorrow, Whoro the bright faces of obildren are soon, Nuvor a year from their youth wouldst thou borrow, Thou dost remember what I oth between. Growi .g old willingly Gladly, I wean I Rich i...

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. — 28 June 1879

THE NEWS AND HERALD. W1NN8DORO. . C. AATUjuAY MORNINe, Juno 2s. 2570. W. XNANS DA TTR, Rhxroh, JrXQ. S. REYNOLD$. Aetr6 BDitco. TiE RUSSIAN Nihilists and the Democratic last ditchers seem alike to have played out. I31IAROK is on the decline. He is in bad health; the Empress Augusta refllsed to speak to him at a reception the the other day ; the Reichstag is at loggerheads with hiun, and the peo pie denounce his arbitrary conduct and I'dpi'essive measures against the Socialists, PRatCa JEROME NAPOLEON, it is stated, says that he is a Republican, and will never aspire to the throne of Prance, and that as he is the legitimate hei' of the Prince Imperial, no other person can intrigue for the throne while he lives. This is rather a bad prospect for the restoration of the empire. By the way France ought to be the best governed country in the World. She has living a Bourbon King, an Orleanist King, and a presi dent, and has just lost a Banapartist Emperor. Coh.vrurnA WAs much excited on Tu...

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. — 28 June 1879

TOWN ANI) COUNTY. MTURDAY MORNING, Juno e8, 1879. TrnMus OF 'rjtE NEWs AND HERALD. -Tri-weekly edition, ,1ucm dolItis ,per annnrum, in advnco; weekly edition, tWp dollars,and fifty eonts pcrannun, in aclvaice. Tlieral dis otit tb.: clubs of 1ive -an.d upwards, Rvrns OF' An\VWii'fsou.-Qne do,rll" ptti"nh for the first bansertioi, 1) aid flfty cents per inch for each subseq ient insertioll, These rates ap,ply to iail ad vertisoments, of" whatevoe' n1at,e 1c, and are payable strictly in advanee. Con tracts fortrco,s?r I tonths silent local notices,. fifteen cents pet line for the first insort.ilon and sevcn ild one-half cents per line for. each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and tributes of respet charged as adver tisenents. Simple anmounciumets of .inarrings and deaths publislcd free ot charge, and solicited. All cominunionilons, pf whatsoever nature, should he addressed to thi Winnsboro Publishing Conmpany, Winnsboro, S. C. The railroad war has assumed the shape of a regular campai...

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. — 28 June 1879

AORIUUI/1'URE. FARMING IN IIOLLAND,-Iln the north of Holland the farms are not over a foot above the level of the sea, and some are lower. The land is loose, spongy muck, and is very rich. It is sub-di vided into small parcels ty canals, There are thousands of windmills whieh are used to pump water all the time. The dwellings are as neat as they possi bly can be. They are built In small villages, clustered closely together. The roads are all paved and not a parti cle of dust is ever seen. They measure distances by the hour, saying that from place to place it Is ten hours' walk, four 'hours by boat, or two hours by rail. The houses are built as nicely as any 'n our cities, about fifty feet square with about eight feet between jgists upon the first floor: all above is used for storing hay. On the side are tlMe stables for the cattle, and they are mod els of neatness. The floors are all pay.. ed with stone or brick. in these stables where the cattle are they make butter, cheese, do the...

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 July 1879

.0 N - ____" 1lUI~WEEKLy EDITION. AW1N1NS1BOItO, S. G,, JULY 1, 1879.Y L V- O 3 THE iVENING HOUR. The stream is calmest when it nears the tide, The flowers are sweetest at the eventide, And birds most musical at close of day, And saints divinest when they pass away. Morning is lovely, but a holier cbarm' Lies folded close in Evening's robe of balm ; And weary man: must over love her best ; For morning calls to toil, but night to rest. . She comes from heavou and her wings doth I boar A holy fragrance like the breath of prayer ; c Footsteps of angels follow in her trace, To shut the wety eyes of Day in peace. All things are hushed before her as sho throws O'er earth and sky her mantle of repose ; t There is a calm, a beauty, and a power That morning knows not, in the ovening hour. Until tho evening, we must weep and toil Plow life's furrow, dig the woody , oil, Tread with sad feet our rough and thorny way, 11 And bear the heat and burden of the day. A e Oh ! when our sun is setting, ...

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 July 1879

FARM AND GARDEN. . THE CULTURE OF CANTELOUPE.-I garding a perfect canteloupe to among the very highest grades of frt grown in the world, we cannot refra when the season comes around to me tion how they may be raised with st cess. Almost every person having garden of any size, should try his ha at it as it can be done with almost much certainty as raising a crop corn. The ground should have a war exposure, and be friable-clay mou not being adapted-the hill should dug out eight to ten inches, two feet diameter, and filled with well-rotti manure, rich soli and sand-turnpi dirt is excellent as a substitute for tl latter. Five or six seeds should placed at equal distances, about an in in depth, and the hill should be ec with the other soil, except the seas is likely to be wet, when they shou be raised. They should be about a feet apart each way, and the plar when they have passed all dange should be thinned out to ,two or thri in a hill. The beds must be kept cle of all weeds and grass, ...

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. — 2 July 1879

. --------....-.--.... j SI) ~~..--.-----~-~----...-.= .---..------.-.~.--..~ ~ ~ ---......~-~--.-~- - - - I WEEKLY EDiTION. WINNSI3ORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING-, JULY 2, 1879. VOL.3. NO. 38. sz'J- J-i (' RLC, N $ T~h OdI 1'A L T. What the Pcopsle are Mpilng 11n1d HOW the ctandidtrie Win.'1 llun. Thle municipal campaign has already openIed inl Charlestonl. Three candlki dates ie ielintioned prominently (lis titr, Capt. W. A. Cour1tenary Miavor W'. W. Sale am11 Col. W. .1. Gaver'. Thie i'iimld orf(he first namled yeelitle inan11 opened the ball by ol-ramzing at Couirteiiitv Ciinnpaigi Club, with Mr. J. W. Bar-lNwell ats presidenlt, and at inuiber of vice-presidents anid other otllers ellbrcitnhlg s5)me4 of the best Inenl of all cluses; in fihe city. The ad h ieeits of, Col. (hutyer al1so 1hel1d aieet ing a 1'w evening s ago to organize inl his belalf. Colnel Gaty hver m11iade an adldress, inl the course 'of which Ie Said: "4 am nominated here to-nit as fie people's Democratie cudida...

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. — 2 July 1879

TiE NEWS AND I11AL). WINNSBO~Rv, S. C. Wib.lissu lY M)1}l12ING, July , 11. P.. .W E-.' .V D. I V1 S, Ent Ton. .tNf). S. It L-|Y .v4L.JX. AsAMTEim EL'0on. THE RusIAN Niliists Iaid the Democratic last ditchers secil alike to have played out 8E1NAToI GORDON hats a sheep ranich of 40,000 acres and 17 0 sheep at. Ty Ty, (eorgia. Sevoll mils of' wall have already bee) put ill) b)y coivietsi. Til-' CA maroun.Ia Supremoi Court ha,1 41VOMM thlt 11 hkW%')(XIA Si8011111Poo I l10 decidled that. ai lawvyer is compeltlled toi dentld ainy%. prisonel ai8S&-gled to him by the coilrt.; and an attorney wvhao reftused to do so, uii-eSs laid for his er1vie'CS, was IdjId;ged guilty of coll tempt. Tuia cNFisSION 01' thle niegrIo II1o killed Mrs. Hul1 in Newv York recentlv Comes just. inl tiike. ''he detectives14 had just about got ready to prove by cir-Icum11)Slant ial evidence that Ither lius-. hand was murderer. I Ie now breathes Iore freelv. IisMAnIeC is oin the decline. 1 [e is ill ald hIalthIi; t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 2 July 1879

T OWN AND C(OUNTY. v'.DNESDAY MOUNINO, July 2, 1879. --Tri-wevekk4 edition, four dollars per nn um, id alvance; weekly edition, ,two dollr.si1 and fifty ceits perunnuim, 4 001 advtfince.. Liberal di-scounit to (Alubs of ilve an Itpwards. RATvi v A.--One dolla. per inlch fo. the first inerti-on, v ad !ifty ceits per intich for eachi sIbe, en(llt Insert 1in. These rate;s apply to I iIl ad vertirlients, of whatever naftv ee, and llre- payable strictly inl advalice. Coll tracts for 11ihree, six r t.wvelve Ilontits made on verv liberal teris. Trai sieit, local ncotices, fifteen11 entik per linie for the first 1nsertion ani(d seven and one-11111 elts per linle fCor ealch subsquet~inertte.Obitularie-z and tribte of re-pect charged as adver. tisemen~lts. Simple10UII111 annunementlfs or maIrriages aid death., published free or char.e, and soliciled. All Commu 11111lnient iolns. of whatsoevei natiure, should 1)e addressed to the Wvinnsb.mio Puihig Cmay Wimisboro, S. C. New Adll vertian01m1tA....

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. — 2 July 1879

THE NEWS AND RERAiD. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY 3Y TIMS iWnr.sbcro ruMbk1g Company. T -i-cf -, $2.50 *.1 t ANNI-M, IN, DAC Lilhenil dil.ttoi n to C111bs ot livo (r more ncribers. HA'rrS Or Ann:tllr1sNo. Un). dollar per inch for ihe Iir.f in vu. ion inti fifty clits per inih for m-1 ( ilb Scqep -I insertion. Traisielnt ahvertiseienits iu.s be paidl U -r ht ,4, ,t; . Conttroet- for thi r-e, six or twelve m1orith In io pon lilhonl ferins. P-' usine'ss coi iiviienim sh1old 6o addressed to lie Winisboo Pul,ishing 0 .11)1 n1y; all ofthers to tie Editor. 1JitC-.I- itta c. -Canoo'ng is the latest pastime for English ladies. -Weston to his American friends: No, gen tleimn, 3 our president I cannot bo. --Chiarlos Diikens' last letter, dated Juno 7, 1870, hii been p'0 soni.ed to the British Museum. -Ex-Governor Seymour, of New Sork, will deliver l.olrth of Julv oration to the Auburn convieLs. -The (arth making nboit t W(;5 revolutions a year, the Oil Ci ty 1 .lerrick says ito is away bellilid M...

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