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

___WEELY ___N ____anb S8Le TRI-WEEKLY E DIT ION.- WINNSBORO, S. C., JULY 15, 1879. VOL. 111.-NO. 71. HARVEST HYMN. Once more the liberal year laughs out 0 or richer stores han gems or gold ; Once more with harvest song an-i shout Is nature's blood ese triumpu tolj. Our common mother rests and sings Like Ruth among her garnered shtaves; Her lap is full of goodly things, Her brow is bright with Autumn leaves. O favors old, yet ever new ! 0 blessings %ith the sunshine sent l The b .unty overruns our due, The fullness shames our discontent. We shut our eyes, the flowera bloom on We tut mur, but the o ,rn ears Bill We choose the shadow, but the sun That c5sts it sbinesbehiud us still. Ood giv. s us with ou- rugged soil The power to make it Eden fair, And richer fruit to crown our toil Than Bummer-wedded islands bear. Who murmurs at his lot to-day? Who scorns his native fru t and bloom, Or sighs for dainties far away, Besides the bounteous board of home I Thank Heaven. Instead, that freed...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 15 July 1879

THE NEWS AND IERALD. WINNHIMOO, H. (1. TVZEDAT MORNINu, Jsly 15, 18190 ft. MAP ?N.a 14n, Ptron. JNO. A. nUYNoLIDH. AssoIuAT8 190114n. AN EXCc1APME msintain1s the sound proposition that ttood Intlentions, like squal111t babies ill church, sbould al ws be co'Mlud out. Nrw Youx has a gubernatorial eloc. tion In November, which promises to ,e very bitter, and yet no nominatiomy itvo been uade by either pirty. Tin AIJ3JIN$JIWAToN organa lnalig. nantly charges that a fly walking ovet Zach. (handler's nose Is Ihrudiately affocted with dcltrHum tremcna. TK Nvw YORK Nun thinks that a month's enlistment, a single week at the front, or even the record of' a patriotic sutler, would be worth more to Mr. Charles Foster In. his present circumstances as candidate for gover nor of Ohio than all the profits of his shop from April, 1861, to April, 1865. TH, Ix'1RIx1c-rAz, boring fIo' the British Channel tunnel begun lately in France has been suspended for three months in consequenco of sllking a sftat...

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

1'0WN AND COUNTY. $bAY MQ NINo, q7ul.y 1s, 1s1I9. I " TLI Nzws ANDeH Elt. f rIA eekly edition, four' dollars 8e' X1 ,lAdvncc; wbekly edition, 1 arand fifty cents perannum, I i Liberal discuunt to clubs I of Iva aid upyVar( s. ] RATI9 d Anvt t' SNU. --One dollar f per inch fI. th6 "lidth insertion, 6 ,d fifty tents per it1 for each subseq A t t inser-ion.- These i-ates appytb nil ad vertisements, of whidtever ntu o, and I are payable striotly in advanee. Con- t tracts for three, six or twelve mnonths r made on vei-y liberal terms. 'Tran- I sleat local notices, fifteen cents per c line for the first insertion and seven c and one-half cents per line for each f subsequent insertion. Obituaries and c tributes of respect charged as adver- i tisements. Simple announcements of I marriages and deaths published free or c charge, and solicited. - - t ,.AI con munications, of whatsoever s nature, l iould be addressed to the j Winushoro 'Publishing Company, % Winnsboro, S. C. 12-Lost, on the nig...

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. — 15 July 1879

FARM AND GARDEN. LICE AND FLEAS. - The washi often desciibed for 1leas are also eflic clous in destroying lice. If the deco tion of tobacco, or the kerosene at fj water, is to be used in cold weavier c cattle or calves, especially the latte they should be kept In a warm roon -or well blanketed until thoruughi dry. If an ointment made of sulphu lard and kerosene, be applied to ti heads and under the wings of fowl that are annoyed with lice, the lattt will soon disappear. ''he nests shoal be sprinkled with sulphur, the roos washed with kerosene, tle house an yard spriinlcled with carbolic acid solt tlon, and the pouillry house frequentl Whitewashed. Persian Inisect P'owdt' diisted utpon, or rubbed Into the h,l and feathers of animals attacked b) lice, will destroy the pests withot ha I' to the atimals. Osntmten ts mat be easily applied with the comm brushes used in grooming horses. N geod fiimeor fainlcier will allow bl S aninals to autler from these enervatln pnasites, it he but know...

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 July 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., JULY 17, 1879. vol. III.-NO. 72. 80 SAD. to onh 'n sad5 yo macd, that the long sunshine -1no f Summer days is past ; hat the soft, twilight and glory line hich gilds the sky with golden vino ro curtained with the clouds reoline a they early shadows cast. I'm sad, so sad ! 'm sad, so sad, as bright winged birds I re flooking on the hill, c't Chirping a farewoll into words,li A message to the grazing herde, ed, A chorus plaintive as a dirge. While parting prayers they trill. ly, I'm sad, so sad I lw loi i'm sad, so sad, as leaves are torn, y, And by rude storms are thrown. sin -----Empty nests are roughly bouno To wreath with ilowery on graves forlorn, Inc Nature's symbol that to mourn [nil is not left to man alon, nt. I'm sad, so sad ! My heart's first love with the Sulumor's tied ; Its song with the bit do is flown. he I'm left with the sighing win'ds instead To grieve for the precious life that's sp'd, aift For the form in its cold and narrow 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. — 17 July 1879

THE NEWS AND lIERALD. !, WINNSBORO . C. t TBUUSDAY 1LO1NINO, July 17, 1879. 8 1. MI TAYS DA,VIS, Eanioit. JNO. 6. R.EXXOLD, AssociATE EDITOR. MEMPHIS is recovering somewhat from the yellow fever panic, as the t disease has not spi'ead. A number of t refugees are going back, a JEFFERSON DAVIS distinctly informs Mr. Zachariah Chandler that ho has no intention whatever of becoming United States Senator from Missis sippi. It's a pity that these rascally T rebels will not do what Zach tells them to. TUE YNEvITAnLE reliable gentlemnan informs a gaping public that Grant t will not return to the United States until next June or July, and the hippodromists and legislative junketers will have to postpone their free Ilich excursion until that time. The manna- 0 gers of the boom are afraid that the s excitement could not be kept up with Grant at home. In his case, distance d1 lends enchantment t Ex-GOVEIINOR WM. ALLEN, ofOhio, al who died a few days ago, was quite a character. le emigrated from...

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 July 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. 'TIIUnSDAY MO1ntiNU, July 17 1879.1 TItis or 1'Tine Ni-Ws AND IH:AnD. --TIri-weekly edlition, four dollar's per t .runu, in advance; weekly edition, ttvio dollars and Iift.v cents perannum, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs of live and upwards. Rtri.:s or ADyt,irrisIN(.-On dollar per inch for the first. insertion, a tud fifty cents per inch for each ullbseq tent Insert on. 'T'hese rates apply to ail ad v'ertisements, of whateve' natu coe, 11(1 are payablo-setrictly inl audvanee. Con tracts for three, six or twelvo muonths made on very liberal termis. Trait siont local notices, fifteen cents per I line for the first" insertion' and seven and one-half' cents per lilne for each subsequent. insertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as adver tisetlnents. Simple annoulncemenuts or t marriages and deaths published frce of chalrge, and Solieited. All cotnuunicntionls, of whatsoever nature, slould he addressed to the Winnshoro l'ublishitig 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. — 17 July 1879

Counterfeiters and their Tricks. Counterfeiting the currency of the country is more extensively carried on than is generAlly supposed. There Isa large number of men, women and chil dren engaged in the business. It has almost become a national industry. Two causes combine to make it so ex tensive-one, the difficulty of capturing counterfeiters, and the other, the small number of men who are specially em ployed in the detection of that class of criminals. Every coin issued by the government has been counterfeited and every issue of legal tenders and almost every issue of national bank notes has been similarly dealt with. There are more counterfeit coins made than coun terfeit notes, and more counterfeits of national banks are put on the mar ket than of legal tenders. The readi ness with which coins can be counter feited and the small capital required to enter into the business Is the cause of the magnitude of such operations. Five or six dollars is enough to set a man up in the busine...

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 July 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., JULY 19, 1879. VO. NO 3. ON THE BAY. How oft at twilight hour We two went floating of! upon the wave ! The West resplendent with its sunset dower, The East all luminous, yet softly grave ; 1 The ocean spread around, Just ruffled, yet reflecting every hue, Marking w th foam each emerald islet's bound. And gliding back its billows to renew. Then the lone sea-bird sped Its trackless way with many a plaintive cry ; The winds swept slowly, and from ocean's bed Rose perfumes that e'en now seem gathering nigh. Leaning on idle oars We gazed on hills whose foot wore on the. sand ; Their crown% rose grandly where the sunlight pours Its last rich flood on rippling sea and land. In all the long, bright past When ocean, earth and sky in blest accord, Their'spell of light, song, motion round us cast There are no dearer hours in memory's ward. The cup our lips did press In that glad time was trembling to the brim I With its sweet draught of mortal happino-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. — 19 July 1879

TIE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNillO. S. C. $ATURDAY IUOGNINO, July 19, 1871 It. Wr.ANS D)." PI, ti>iro t. OO. 8. nI::,xob DS. AssocIATK l:mrO. '1'inus 1'.\It ri Ohio ca'mipaign hat been conducted in New York. Bot Bishop andt(1 Ewing have been i Gothiu, and both clailnI to have' rc crived grat tying aid, moral and pc cuniary. -It I a matter of politiea life and deathi for John Sherian I carry Ohio, and the arny of clerk will be tlade to bleed most proftsclv The Denorats are said to be looii; their putrse :- ring.g also. Throueh Different Glasses, The New York KaYtion, in answei ing i Correspondent, thus expozses th glaring inconsistencies of the Radica leaders: The Democl'ats maintain tile prinei plc that oil elections are Slate elee tions. We have not said that, the were, but have saId Ihat, this (oetrii alarmed the Repnblicais. We as< Raid, or sugg es(ed, t hat t le cheat i m or negligence of the State authoritie ht. the election of Conlgresmeni, agains which llepubiicans have been...

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. — 19 July 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY SATU1tDAY -IORNING, July 19 1871 TniIM of Ti Naws -AND UUIALL -T"i--weekly edition, four. i ollars pc annum, - in advance ; weeik- editoi two dollars and fifty cents p cwtiantu iI advance. Liberal discount to, ?lub of flive and upwards. RATES of AvIv tTJsINO.-O-adolla p W 104 for tlyd' f1E; b ti 1, o 11 E}y';enuts poe= ilti fr.eacl lpbcqOn lnerlion. These i%atOs apply to til 1d v0rtisAonlrnts, of whatever natu',, aII are payable strictly in advance. Con tracts for three, sx -or twelve TpongI made on very liberal term4. Trttn sient local notices, fifteen. cents; po: line fol" the. first insertion . and seve and one-half cois ;por line 1'Oieebi subsequont insertion. Obituaries onm tributos of :respect charged as adver tisements. Simple an nounceme nts o marriages and ,daths published- free o charge; unid' goltoi'ed. All.comitnleations, of whatsoevel nature4 shouldybe " addressed to the Witna r .P01shirig Company Winnsb8r6f,' . .' New Adte inie a. Sheri''s $ale-3. W. Ru...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 19 July 1879

"'Ohalk Your fobbins." In the early days of the cotton-splin ning machinery, a great deal of trouble was caused by filaments of cotton ad hering to the bobbins, or tapes, whlch then formed portions of looms. These filaments soon clogged the wheels and other parts of the machinery, and ren dered It necessary that they should be cleaned, involving much loss of time. The great desideratum was to find out some plan of preventing this clog ging by the cotton, and Sir Robert, or Mr. Peel, as lie was then, spent vast sums in experiments. He employed some of the ablest machinists in the kingdom; but spite of all they could do the inconvenlence remained, and the evil appeared unsurmountable. Of course, these delays seriously af fected the wages of the operatives, who, on Saturdays generally caume short lin proportion to stoppages during the pre vious days. It was noticed, however, that one man always drew his full pay --his work was always accomplished; in fact, his loom never had to stop, w...

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 July 1879

TRNI-WEEKLY EDITION- WNNSBORO, S. C., JULY 22 79 VOL. 11I.-NO. 74. -r , UY 89 "JUST SIXTY-TWO." "Just sixty-two I Thou trlim thy light, And get thy jewels all re-set 'Is past meridian, but bright, - And lacks one hour of aunsot yet. At sixty-two lie strong and true ; Clear off thy rust and shino anow. 'Tie yet high time-thy staff resume. And tight fresh battles for the truth ; For what is ago but youth's full bloom A riper, more transoondent youth ? A wedge of gold Is never old ; Streams broader grow as downward rolled. "At a xty-two life is begun ; At seventy-three begin once more. Fly swifter as you near the sun, And brighter shine at eighty-four ! At nnety-Ave shouldst thou arrive, Still wa.t on God, and work and thrive. "Keep thy looks wet with morning dow, And freely let thy graces flow ; For life well spent is ever new, And years annointed over grow. So work away, lie young for aye I From sunset breaking unto day." A Second Trial. It was Conunencement at G- College. The people...

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 July 1879

. THE NEWS AND HERALD. W1NNS13U1UL, S. L. _ __. TUESD.1Y MOILNINO, July 22, 181 11. IJ1 ANS D. rI, EDIToR. JNQ. S. UREYWOLDs, ASSOCIATE EDITOR Ta CANVASS in Maine is said to b progressing satisfetorily. AND Now it is believed that Buforc who;murdered Judge Elliott In Kei tucy, will be set free on the groun of insanity. Are the jurors insate? SECRETARY EVARTS takes a ver hopeflll view of the situation. II thinks the Rladicah> will carry three i four Southern States in 1880. I saves himself, however by not tellin which they are. WHEN Mr. W. 11. Smith, the fire lord of the admiralty of Great Britait was invested with the degree c D. C. L. at Oxford the other day, huge Pinafore was lowered from tb gallery, and a crowd of students strucl tip the song, "I am the Ruler of tli Queen's Navee," much to the amuse mient of everybody present, includin Mr. Smith hiniself. Poon MEMPIiis seems destined t further woes. The yellow fever I assuming the proportions of an epi demic, and the panic 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. — 22 July 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. TUESDAY D1tN.NG, July aS 1870. 'r1u1.ns O 'rit; NE:vs AN) HF,IALD. Il --'Tri-weeklv 4'ditton, four dollars per jA ann um.it?, il 'ad Vf le; we"ekly edition, two dollars and ticv cents peranu m,: In advance. Liberal discount to clubs of five and upwards. 1ATTs OF ADyI:trstN(.-One dollar per inch for the first insertion, o.al ilty cohts per inch foir each subsea ienlt to tainserton. These rates apply.;to - 1 ad, ' vertisements, of whatever nat,t' 'e, and b are p)ayable strictly in aidvpin.' . Con traacts for three, six or twelve mlontis a milade Onl very liberal terms. Tran- I sient local notices, fifteen cents per a line for the first insertion and seven and one-half cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and I tributes of respect charged as udver tisemneuts. Simple aumouncements or marriages and deiths published free or ch1a1 e, and solleitod. A cotlimtuncations,- of whathod\;er nature, should be addressed to the Winnshol'o Publishing Company, Winn...

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 July 1879

Changes In the Moon. Evidence of changes may be, discos ered which can be explained. Th moon is exposed to the action of hef other than that which prcvaded he own frame at the time of her first fortr ation. The sun's heat is poured upo the moon during the long lunar day c more than a fortnight, while durin the long lunar night a cold prevail which must far exceed that of our bit terest Arctic 1,inters. We know frot the heat measurements made by th present Lord Rosse, that any part of th moon's surface at lunar midday is full: 500 degrees Fahrenheit hotter than th same part two weeks later at luna mhinight. The alternate expansion and contractions resulting from thes changes of temperature cannot produc changes, however slowly, In the con tour of the moon's sutrface. Prof. New comb, indeed, considers that all suel changes must long since have beet completed. But I cannot see how the, can be completed so long as the moon' surface is uneven, and at present theri are regions where that ...

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 July 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., JULY 24, 1879. VOL. 111.-NO. 75. TRIP LIGHTLY. Trip lightly over trouble, Trip lightly over wrong; We only make grief double By dw4Uing on it long. Why clasp Woe's bauds so tightly? Why sigh o'er blossoms dead ? Why cling to forms unsightly ? Why vot -ok joy instead ? Trip lightly over sorrow, Though all the days be dark, The sun may sline to-mnrrow And gayly sing the lark. Fair Hope has not departed. Though roses may have fled; Then never be down-hearted. But look for joy ii4tead. Trip lightly over sadness, Stand not to rail at doom; We've pearls to string of gladnoss On this side of the tomb. Whilst stars are nightly nhining, And heaven is ovoi hoad, Encourage not repining, But look for joy instead. The Strolling Players. " Can't you listen to reason tor a inhi uto?" asked Mr. Miles Forrester, as he com' pelled his handsome nephew, Gerald, to sit down besides him on a rustic bench in the garden. "For one minute ? Certainly, uncle," replied the...

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 July 1879

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNSBORO, S. C. THUItSDAY AMORNINO, J.gly 21, It yr NVANS DA VIS8, EITOR. .1JG. 8. RE1'0LD3, ASSOCtATS EDITOR. BOB TOoBs says the railroads at throttling the people of Georgia. 11 calls for railroad legislation. THE CA4ADIANS have won the pri2 in the shootiug contests at Wimbledon Great Britain is falling behind Amer ca in athleitc and manly sports, a well-ais in ma , teriatl prosperity. Wes ward the Star of Empire comes with hop, skip and a jump.. Tim, LoUISIANA Convention has i last passed the public debt clause o the constitution by an alnost two thirds vote. It recognizes the validit of the Consolidation bouds, but prc vides for interest at two and three p cent. for a long term of years. Thi clause will be submitted separately t the people for their action. TiE 5SS'r unpopular executive i: the United States is Governor loberts of Texas. He was Chief Justice o the State, and wa. brought in as th compromise candidate after a heate( contest in the convention b...

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 July 1879

TOWN AND COUNT' TIIURSDAiY 3IOHN1N(o July a 1, 18' -Tri-weekiy edition. Vouir dollarls'l MOanznin advime+ weekly editi< two dollars -alld It. cnts perann1111 in advance. Libero. dis1counit to clu of flye a d lp.wVarde. t R xri,'s oto Awo'.:nrrisixa.-Otte dloll >eier ofi ti iit ituinsertiiu,h dty cte r f taper .ihtoil. subso ou ilThelpolo, Theo ratel apply to :111 it vertisementIIs, of' whatever 1111.1 0o, 11 ar patyfblote sri6dt i advaie. Cc tracts for ihreo, six ori twell e illonl mando onl very liberal lei im Tra sicnt- loval tices, ifteen ctens 1) line,forl the Irst insertiol Iad sevi ai dbic-11h1a eits per lino for el susequen'thiOI inhertonOt uaoriof ai tributesof respecl, C1ctred as lldv ti4ei et. siplle aliontei ilents marriagesinid leaths published free chanrge, alnd soillted. All commnunioaLimns, of whatsoeV nature, should be addressed to C e W incisboro Pblishi I Coma Winnsboro, S. C. Nowr Advortideotitm. Kflghts of .omr-E. . Chadhe Atteniffonl I G. L. L.-J. I. Cui m...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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