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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 26 July 1879
Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 26 July 1879

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNSBORO. 8. U. XATVUDAY MOUCNIN, July 20, 1870. N. MEANS DA 79, Eno. JNo. . RWYNOLDSo ASSOCIATs EDITOR. SITTING BULL'S Indians are on the warpatih again. Where are the troops? Wm~r E. 01, Vt..nrt4fd the Jznnhortal Z-ch are no kinl to each otier. Tihey are brothcrs only hi vallainy. Lonmn CI11LMSFORD clais at last to have given Eing Cetywayo a sound drubbing. By his account eighteen or twenty thousand Znlus- attacked four thousand British troops and surround ed them. The British fire was so effective as to disperse the assailants who fled precipitately, pursued by Her Majesty's cavalry. A thousand Zulus were killed or wounded, while the British lost less than a hundred. Sir Garnet Wolsely reports that there is no ffirther need of reinforcements. He believes the war is over. Cotywayo has taken the bush, and thousands of his followers have surrendered. Tun: People's Watchman is a pa per published in Charleston. The editors of which are "Rtev. B. F. Por ter, M. D....

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 26 July 1879

TOWN AND. COUNTY gATI11DAY MONING, July 26, 18711 1'lC1n8 OF Till' N-EwAS A ND "lIT.-tACI . --I-ri-weekly edition, foul (11 p InnIm , in advance; weekly edition two dollars iid tit'tv cells peraInm,, in advance. Liberal discnout to citib: of fivo anld upw:ards. 1., l A -nvllnTsim'.-Onle dollha por inlell for the first invertdon, o filt'y cends per inh 'or eaul sulsef jei insildi o. Those rates apply to :ll a(. verti-seentso, o)' whalever nalvt I.e. and are piayable trictly inl advalev. Con tracts for hre, six or twel\ e mllonlilhs 11110 oil very libeil teIms111. Tral signt-Jm Ig lj)nt-ices,7. liftcolt ucent0 p"Ir Ilini,-for thle JIrs-,t; im4ortionl und so,et 1111d oe-h1i1tif celts per liIe For each slbspquIteitt iilserti on. Obituaries and trigites of re'pct charged. as adver tlsiiiits. Simupie annIIOn1inemetq d mtaririatges d dets published free 01 chlarge, and solicited. .All 'communicationls. of whatsoever nature, 8116uld be addressed to tlle Winnsboro I'ublishiig Company, Winn0b...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 26 July 1879

AGRICULTURE. luMis ADojNMENTs.-A very prettL stand and vase for, the lawn can bt made in the following way: Take t board for the base eighteen incie wide and two feet long; put legs sawc from boards under each corner; thei take a stick three iches square ant three feet long, or, what Is better, i limb of a tree that has small branche. or knotE on It; fasten this to the centr( of your board; brace it front the centi r of each side of your base; on the tol place an emnpty fish kit. Trim tht edges of.the base and outside of the 11sli kit with grape vine and small knots; give the whole a coat of varnish. Be fore the varnish becomes quite dry givc it a sprikling of ft osting such as piin ters use onl signs, which will make it glisten like diamonds. On the basc will be room for four large pots tc stand. Fill the vase with drooping vines, a geranium in the center, and you will lind it a very handsome and cheap ornainent. Another method. The materials are such as are to b( found tround almo...

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 July 1879

TIWELEDTO.WINNSBOR0j S. C.9, JULY 29, 1879.VO.7 "IN TBE LONG RUN." This old-fashioned saying, So lightly expressed, And so carelessly uttered, Is one of the best. Oh, pondur, young trifler, With young life begun, The deep earnest meaning Of "in the long run." For "in the long run," b9ys, Tho seed will spring up That was sown in the garden Or dropped in the cup. And, remember I no roses Will spring from the weed, And no beautiful fruit From unworthy seod. How many a stripling In trouble to-day, By YLotous living With com ados too gay With cbaracter shipwrecked And duties undone, Will be sorrows harvesting "In. the long run." And "in the long run," will The toiler fare best Who performs honest labor And takes honest rest. Who, contented and happy, Hastes not, in a day, Or a year, to heap riches That will pass away I The good and the evil That bide on the earth, The joy and the sorrow, The pain and the mirth. The batt'es undeeded, The viotories iron, Will yield what was sown lads, "In ...

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 July 1879

TIl E NEWS AND HERALD. WIN NSBORO, S. C. TUESDAy MORNINo, July 29, 1879. W. MrANS DA 118, EmIToR. #/AG. S. REYNOLDS, AM6OCIATE EDToR. TiE NEW Napoleonic appell--"Glen tlemen of the jury, lborty cubic feet or cottou look down uponi you." SECETAnY SElCMAN, the other day, inl his speech said (hat the cotton crop last year was 1,800,000,000 pounds. Ile had evidently not heard of the latest style of measurctleut. General Ewing's Speech. General Ewing, in response to a serenade at his home a few evenings ago, opened the )eIocratic Campaign In Ohio ill a vigorous speech. 1"e devoted the greater part to the discus sion of finalce, aild concluded by 1an appeal for f'ee elctions. lie attacked the arguments of Secretary Shermaln111, contending that resumption had been effected only by an increaso ill tile public debt owing to the purchiaso of gold with bonds, and chargincg that, thirteen millions had been spent ill double interest for three months oil tie bonds exchaniged. lie claimed that gol...

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 July 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. TUESDAY BIOXNINO, July .o, 179. TERMs or TiE NEws AND H1ERALb. -Tri-weekly edition, four dollars pJCr annum, in advauce; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cents per.annum, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs of five and upwards. RATEs OF ADvERTIsiNo.-One dollar per inch for the first insertion, 9 aid *ty l 'Its per inch for each-subscq .sent insertion. These rates apply to all ad vertisements, of whatever natu ce, and are payable strictly in advance. Con tracts for three, six or twelve months made on very liberal terms. Tran slent local notices, fifteen cents per line for the first insertion and sevenI and one-half cents per line for each subsequentinsertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as adver tidenments. Simple anmouncements oi marriages and deaths published free oi charge, and solicited. All communications, of whatsoever nature, should be addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Company, Winnsboro, S. C. Now Advertisements. . Citation-J. R. Boy...

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 July 1879

A Whale's Death Flurry. "H1urra, boyal see she rises!'" wai the general shout. Up came the whaic more suddenly than we expeoted. A general dash was made at her by all the boats. " 'Stern for your lives; stern of all!" orled some of the mort experienced harpooners. "Soo, sh'4 in a flurry," First the monster 1apped the water violently with his flns; then its tall was elevated aloft, lashing tho ocean around it in a mass of toam. This was not LW death flurry, for gain lug strength before any moreharpoons or lances could be struck into it, away it went again, heading towards the &ce. Its course was now clearly discerned by a small whirling eddy, which showed that it w as at no great distance under the surface, while in its wake was sen in a thin line of oil and blood which had exuded from its wound. Wearied, however, by its exertions and its former deep dive, It was again obliged to conmo to the surface to breathe. Agai the eager boats dashed In, almost running on its back, and frmn...

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. — 31 July 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., JULY 31, 1879. VOL. THE SECRET OF HAPPINESS. What should I seek, and what desire, So that my days may joyous bo? Where shall I find the hidden fire For faith that never may ceaso to be ? First, in myself my search must rest Ere it go forth upon its quest. Bright my own soul, pure my intent, So shall I walk to find my joy : Self in the common welfare blent Swift to upbuild, slow to destr.y Knowing each heart hath secret good, Often not known or understood. Welcome must each true impulse seem Felt by brother, or friend, or too Nev6r be hold in light esteem The blessing another's work may show. So must the measure be just and fair For another's goodness, toil, or prayer. To walk where the sunshine loves to fall, Or kneel in the shadow, subdued and still Hear every voice that In love may call, Patient In strifo, resigned in ill. So shall each day hold something blest, And the soul attain Its longed for rest. 0 thou whose heart is a world of care. Wh...

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. — 31 July 1879

Til' NE AND HERA1). WINNSBIlP, 8. C. Tiit SI)Y MOH)5NJN(, .Juty' a, 1870,. JAVO. S. It t,X YNLDS, ASSOCIAT iiTOR. TinE Nw YouY . erdld speaks a favorable word tor Ewing, lad says i1 the Demcicraits will nominate, at canii date inl New York that will carry that diate Iheiarty Nvill, indecf),bp . T'Vill.n> m-of Hlealth announillcs that (lie yelloWrTever has1- not yec tas sIumed the form of in epidelilic in mphi Cois. Conltlee is being to somio degree restored. Dr. W. E. D3oggs. as usual, is onle of the city coii mitftee. lie preters to relin in 31em1phis whlere lie has donte yeoliit work durinlg the difl1reit plavues that havo devastated t.he cit.. CAPr. F. W. UA)wsoN. of the ews and Couri., hius " one on a visit to England. IHe rian (lie blockade from that coulntry when (uite a youth, to cast his foriliies with lthe Coifederacy, and)( haIlis beenl inl tle Soultih ever sinct, battling vither inl the field or in the santiu fIor his adopted couttry. We -wish him t prosperous voyage, ...

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. — 31 July 1879

T"OWN"AND C0,UNTY THURSDAY M1OlUNING, July 31, 187 Tl-,iMs o v Tii N-ws .\Ni 1EItAA -r .i- woee kly edition, four dollars p< nn, in advalce; weekly editioI t w- dolalad liftv cent(s per(InI1u1 in advatic. Liberal discount to clul of jive and upwiard(s. Rxlr'is OF A1).: n'sN .-Oie dolla per inch for tle first insortionl, III fitty cents per inch t>r each mt1subsjq tIl imsirtio. These rates apph. to till aid veItiscillelits, of wilatQver nati-01 a,iq are pava trict-ly in advance. Coll tracs lor tire6, six or twelve month made oil ver liberal terms. Tral1 Aiout lot-al notices, fift0en cenits pel line For the fIlrst insertion and sevii Iid one-h1altf cents per line for cael Subsequlientt. insertion. Obituaries aI1m tributes of respect, charged as adver Isiieents. Simuple alinotulemnts ol imirriages and deaths publisied free o All connimnications, of whalsoevei lnture, should he addressed to the WNinnsbori S.AO New Adverilsmenlts. '. F. E. Coinpany-J. E. McDionald, Seeretary. Stole...

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. — 31 July 1879

Stony Poin*. Stony Point, a strong fort on the Hudson river, was stormed ano1 taken, l during the war of the Revolution, by II twelve hundred men, under the comi mand of Gen. Wayne, a brave Pennsyl- a vania soldier. Twelve o'clock was the o time for the aotual charge to begin. To ni reach the Point within assaulting dis- 11 tanoe It was necessary to cross the in- 8 tervening marsh as qnickly as possible. 4 Here there was an unexpected ob- 81 stacle in the overflow of the title, and a twenty minutes were lost-valuable t' time Just then, but fortunately not fatal 1 loss. As the two colums neared the a enemy, Murfree and his North Caroli- tj nians, by previous instructions, took c position directly in front of the British s< works, and opened a rapid and contin- h1 uous tire, for the purpose of drawing at- P' tention to themselves, while the storm- fj Ing parties moved on silently on the tl right and left. This ruse conributed " largely to the night's success. In- 8 mediately there ...

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 August 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., AUG UST 2, 1879. VOL. III.-NO. 7. TO-DAY. liso I for the day is passing, And you Jie dreaming on, The others have buckled their armor, And fort'i to the fight are gone ; A place in the ranks awaite you, Each man has some part to play, The p.ist and the future are nothing In the face of the stern to-day. Rti,o from your dreams of the futuro Of gaining some hard-fought field, Or storming some airy fortress, Of bidding some giant yield ; Your future has deeds of glory, Of hoi,or (God grant it may I But your arm will never be stronger, Or the need so great as to-day. lise ! if the Past detains you, Her sunshino and storms forgot, No olaims so un,torthy to hold you As those of a vain regret ; Sad or bright, she is lifeless over, Cast her phantom arms away, Look not back, save to learn the letson Of a nobler strife to-day. Rise I for the day its passing, The sound that you scarcoly hear Is the enomy, marching to battle Arise, for the foe is hero ; tay...

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. — 2 August 1879

1.E NEWS .N) HiRAL). N N ;30 R S. (-, SKAURDAY 1WORNIN(i, Augunt 1, 1871 - J1A AXJ.S AA*CmTEo DI. R PAmol. .%s lost another race. 11 Catle il tlird Ahr the (toodwood Stake, Ti-l: Ex111s1l'aliamenvit lAtely h1:1 a little un11plea'salititess over thIe -at-o 11in1-talls. The Loildon Te/cyr(lp/ in collilmeliting- thervonl, Say.s: -Thl strangest teat ure in the hiistory of Eli Cat-o'-Iitte-tails is (hat, 110 antiiuar has beei ablo to tell wili precisjo when the impleieit of torment. wa invented, whIlence it cale, or, ii aot (1gn importation, at what l>eriod j was introduced ilito Engll"Iand.11 Tinm lI'iIvCAN calunpaign in Main Is not flour isliig. Even ite Nt-N York Timaes corrie.sponldenit adhili that the party canniot obtain a1 mlajor ty on the populir vote, aid in th case a combiiation between the Dem crats and Greeibackelrs will itake (1h governor. Thie .itdical leaders ill, all at sixes and sevenls. Sliermla scored a thii f in his vaipaignl. ''l Maine 1Radi l are stalwart, and ar...

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. — 2 August 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. SATUIMAY IOUNINO, August 9, 1870. 'Tinms op TimE NNws AND HERALD. -Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annum, In advaice; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cents pernnum, in advance. Libcral discounit to clubs of fle Iand upwards. RATis O AivEirrIslNIG.-On dollar per inch for the first insertion, i ad fifty conts per inch V'or each sutbseq icnt insertion. These rates apply to all ad vortis3Ieents, of whatever nato ce, and are pavable strictly in advalne. Con tracts for three, sik or twelve months made on very liberal terms. Tral sient local 11otices, fifteen cents pr line for the first insertion and seven and one--half cents per line for each subsequeitinsertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as adver tisemcients. Simple announcements o marriages and deaths published 11ee or chal-re, and solicited. All CoMImuiciations. of Iyhatsoever nature, should he addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Company, Winnsboro, S. C. New Advertsoment,. Citationl-J. R....

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. — 2 August 1879

An Unlucky Trip. Engineer James Wood, of the Ifud. Von Central railroad, than whom n< more reliable, careful or experienced man does handle a throttle valve, met with an unsought-for e:-erlence, and one in which 1iO possible blame car attach to him, on his trip from Roehes. ter to this eli y, recently, not ti6 lot ol many engineers, and one which is suf fielnt for a lifetime. Engineer Wood left Rochester with the special Chicage express, a heavy train, somewhat be hind time. In order to reach Syracise on time lie was compelled to ru uu ills ually fast. On reaching Newark a nia was scen driving a horse and wagon, and despite the warling of the track hands at work at the crossing he whipped up the horse and attempted to cross the track when the locomotive was upon the moving vehicle. The lorse was Instantly killed, being titrown to one side of the track. The wagon was smashed to atoms. Engl neer Wood stopped the train as soon as possible, and, on looking the body of a man was fouid...

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. — 5 August 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., AUGUST 5, 1879. VOL. III.-NO, 80. WATOHING FOR PAPA. Up at the iindow aro three little heads. Luoy and Willie's and one year old Frod's. What are they d( 'ng all in a row, Bobbing up, bobbing down, every -way so ? Watching for papa to como home to toa, Dear is their papa to all of the three, With pair of little eyes sparkling and bright, Think you will be first to see I im to-night ? Hark I who is that now whose footstep they hoar ? Far out the heads stretch to see him draw near, Somebody's papa, perhaps, but not theirs Up at the three eager faces he stares. Back from the window bobs each little head; "Papa. make haste, now," says doar little Fred; Now they all see him just coming in sight ; Hark, how they clap hands, and scream with delight. Happy at last, not a moment to wait, Laughing and shouting they rush to the gate, Joyfully papa the little troop meets, Each little mouth with glad kisses he groets. Up in his strong arms he takes little Fr...

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. — 5 August 1879

THE NEWSANDHERALD. WINNOlo, 8. C. TVESJDAY MORNING, Atighat 5, 1879. OrN-O So RkYNOLDS. ASSOCIAT rDlIorn. BEN lU'rLEn is out for governor of Massachusetts. ne will not attempt to steal the Democratic convention this time, but will openly call a Butler convention, composed of all parties. TiE PiLADErIIA Times asserts that Tilden stands a much bettor chanlce now of the nomination for 1880 than he stood fifteen months before the nominatlon of 1870, and thinks that New York will cither kill him off or make him monarch of all he surveys, as she goes Radical or Demo cratic in November. TI- YELLOW FEVER is dallying with Memphis. It has not yet become epidemilc. Trouble has arisen from the refisal of the blacks to go out of the city Into camps pe10pared for theim. The authorities should be firm in giving 1to aid to any one remiabining inl the city. By seniding off till persons from the infected district, the spread of the disease may be prevented. Tilu Nw iu Witness, a religious paper that ...

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. — 5 August 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY TUiSDAY 1O1NIN0, August 5, 18V 'EitlS OP THR, NRMv AND HE. ItAFA --TrI--)veekly, edition, Four dollars yc a1n1'u1m,1 III aRdv,anItc0; w.eekly editioi two dollars and fifty cents per'annuvi i adviaio. Liberal discount to club of live and upwards. - RAMs o ADvERISINO.-On1 dolhi per inch for the flvst Insertion, a i ffty Cents por Inch for each subseq tel inser(ion.- T1hee rates apply to aill ad v6'ttbenients, of whatever n'ate re, an are pavablo'sfrietly in atdvaunc. Col tracts for three, six or twelve month made on very liberal terms. Trau sient local notices, fiftetn cents pe line for the first insortion and seve and one-hah' cents por lilo for cae subsequbntingertion. Obituaries an tputes of respect charged as advei ements. Simple announcemonts c ,.Orriages ald deaths published'f1eo c chldrg, and solicited. A dommunications, of whatsoeve nature, shotild be addressed to thi Winnsboro .Publghisg Compan. Winnsboro, S. C* Now Adverileemountd. Attention! G.' L. L.-J. H. ...

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. — 5 August 1879

Oaptiuring Sea-aonoj In Alask. St. Patil'1 INliinrd, Alatika, in4teidt of pr< menting an kilmost unbroken line ot bWhl abrupt cliffs to the sea, like its fell->Ws i the North Pacific, offers to the landing seal a low, though gradual rising grouad. 'ali Ing advantago of this topography, the nativ( of St. Paul's Island secure every seaso hundreds of sea-lions, with but a tithe c thelabor and exposure by which their cali ture is attended at other places. Eleve miles north-east from the village on S1 Paul's IslantMs a point upon which a larg number of sea-lions annually repair for th purposes of breeding, etc., but as this ani mal Is timid, and sure to take to water who brought into the presence of man, its cap ture requires much discretion and boldnes on the part of its captois, who are chosei every season fron the village people, witl especial reference to their physical qualifl cation for the work. The "sca-richic," a the natives name them, caMnot be approach ed successfully by...

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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