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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 7 August 1879

TRIl-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., AUGUST 7, 1879 VOL. WHEN THE BABY G0E8 TO SLEEP. The mother sits rocking to and fro, Sweetly singing so soft and low, While onward the minutes creep; Those precious minutes 'tis hard to lose, '0 when will the little eyelids close And the baby go to sleep ? There's dinner to plan and pies to make, And a loaf of gingerbread to bake, And then the parlor to sweep ; The heels of papa's stockings to run, And tMis is not half that should be done When the baby goes to sleep. Heavier pressesthe little head, The eyelashes droop o'er cheeks so red, And the brea'h grows soft and deep; Carefully lay down the darling now, With the touch of a kiss on th' waxon brow, For the baby has gone to sleep. 0, mother, should she wake before You have accomplished every chore, Grieve not though you fail to keep Your house well ordered, th' work well done; 'Tis better thus than a faultless home Where the baby Is over asleep. Granny Carrigan's Cap-box. My wife's cousin was...

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. — 7 August 1879

-4* NEW* AND HERA LD. WIN ~H(uo, s. C. tIIURSDAY MOi6NINO, Augualf 7, t71 JLVQj. . RA'T.OD4 ANSOCIATIC HaTeo. C1ARr*a ~fte'FER the actor Is dead 10 cmen to Amenetic from Europ &ilt in1"e years ago and made a lril liant success it "the Duke's Motto, and aftolWard in Shakspearo's plays 4pverql yprs N) e fb b Aictin to in Cm1perance aN Is star rapidly sik HE UDARF~oTTE Road notified Coin thIesiiO 11ohlidAi' f Its Colapliance under protest, with his decision thag bottbn itinst by alpipped1 by woiglit i has agot llte Woilt, b)Ut we pro surne washes at old a multiplicity o sits,: By theWay, what has becmm of the case the Attorney General wam -to bring for tiolatiolls of the charter e hhve hard nothing of it recently dISvERA L MONTHS ago tho Charlestoi Water Power Company was set it operation with 14greatilourish of firuni jts . it began tearing up streets, anl promised to have miles of piping doW, this year. Now, Itt Is said, the tw< leading spirits, Stafr and Wilkins have left the...

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. — 7 August 1879

IOWN AND COUNTY. TiUlRSDA\ MOR1MNING, August 7, 1870. T1RMs OF Till NI;ws AND HEiRALD. --Tri-weeklV edition, four dollars per annum, iI advance; weekly edition, two dolliars and fifty ceits perunnuum, in advanice. Liberld discount to clubs of five and tipwards. RiAris OL A\.vErIsiNO.-Oic dollar pmr illch for the I lrst insertion, o aid fifty enits per inheli ror each'1i subse a(cnlt i isert! 'onl. These ratos apply to all ad vertsemetsot'whattever. natu 1-e, andl ae payable strictly inl advanvec. Con tracts for. three, Six or twelve iiotil h8 made on very -liberal terms. Tran sient, IQoal notItiCes, Itifteen cents per 11n1 for the llrst insertion and Seven and one-halif ceits per line for each sub)seguOnf insertio. Obituaries Ind tril)ute* of respect. (harg ed ats adver tillonts. Simple anno10uniicemtients o naringes anti 'dea ths published free 01 charge, and solicited. All commuiiictions,.of whatsoOver niatnur, should hle addressed to the Winnsboro Plublishinig (oinipaniy, Whilisb...

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. — 7 August 1879

The Making of Bels. Only two metals are now used In large bells, tin and copper. The Bel glans use 23 to 30 per cent. ot tin ; the iEnglish lean to more tin, 2C to 31 peo cent. Tin makes the bellsound brigh but it also makes it brittle, and the rea son why the English can afford to pu in more of this brittle element is be ause they'make their bells thicker, as a rule; and the reason why they are made thicker is, that instead of being merely chimed they are swung around on a wheel, which brings the haimer with great force upon the boll. I we treated the delicate Belgian bells lit this rough fashion we sliouid probably crack them, though if it were know 1 that they would be swung, the Belgiaal makers would doubtless thicken them to order; they are not meant in Beil glum to be whacked like big drums, but to be struck with hammers from pp tof, like a pianoforte. They reson ate more easily than English bells, re %uiring a gentler stroke to elloit their full tone. In a word, the Belgian b...

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. — 9 August 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. .WINNSBORO, S. C., A UG UsT 9, 1879. VOL. III.-NO. 82. THE TOAM. Far, on the brink of day. Thou standest as the herald of the dawn Ere fades in the night's last flickering spark away In the rich blaze of morn. Above the eternal snows, By winter scattered on the mountain height To shroud the centuries thy visage glows With a prophetic light. . Calm Is thine awful brow; As when thy presence shrined divinity Between the flamibg cherubim, so now Its shadow clings to thee. Yet, as an angel mild, Thou, in the torrid noon, w th shelter'ng wing, Dost o'er the earth, as on a weary child, A soothlug Influence bilng. And when the evening (1is. Still too thy fringed vesture cleaves the light, T..e last sad glimmer of h tearful eyes, On the dark verge of night. So. soon thy glories wane I Thou, too. must mourn the rose of morning shed; Cold oreeps the fatal shadow o'er thy train, And settles on my head. My heart as years go by Yearns for the charm that wooed its ravished gaxe...

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. — 9 August 1879

"THE OLD SkXTIf. Mxxi-rzxo .vI PIL.tNI.C TO RRiYcAL Till ME 1 11o E oy Jc.. A Good Turnout of the Su-vivorm.-Form ing the Volunn-"akl i, e"--Saii ttin Site Old Battle Flag--The Exorelmos at it, Court House--Dr. Orler's Addrosg -B1us ness Meeting of tile Association--A Fin Dinner-And a SplIondid Success lin Ever. Particular. The Seventh of August had beei looked forward to with great interesit b large uliimbers of people in Fairlield That diy had been selected, som months ago, for the second annual re union ofthe survivors of the Sixt1 Regillint, South Carolina Volunteers The coming celebration was of inter est not oinly to those who fought in th ranks of the Regiment, but to the peo plo of 1alifield, wvho live i pride it the honorable record of that command Composed largely of Fairfielid Ime, the R1CgimIent made its n1am1e familin as household words, and il all itU deeds of soldierly valor youngr and oh alike have ever felt. a lofty pride Under such circullistanlces it wNas lat ural...

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. — 9 August 1879

TOWN. AND COUNTY SATUEIDAY hKORNING, AugUst 9, t870 Tviltus.oF TIts Nws- AND HiA LD -Tri-weekly edition, four -dollars poi annum, in advance'; weekly edition two dollars and llftv cents perannum In advance. Liberal (Uscount to clubi of live and upwards. RATES or AnvElrrisiNo.-One dolla1 per Inch for the first insertion, 9 a1 uRty cents per Inch for cach subseq ion insertion. These rates apply to all ad vertiseinents, of whatever natu re, an( are payable strictly in advanee. Con, tracts for three, six or twelve montlhi made on very liberal terms. Train slent local notices, fifteent cents - po line for the first insertion and sevei and one-half cents per line for oace subsequentInsertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as adver, tisenents. Simple announcements ol marriages and deaths published free e. charge, and solicited. All communioations, of whatsoevei nature should be addressed to th Whinshoro I Publishing Company Winnsboro, S. C. New Advertisements. Dental Notice-Dr...

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. — 9 August 1879

OCIENTIFIC. .Pittil in Snall-Pox.-Mr. Gregory, of Merenant's College, Blackpool, be lieves that "pittlaig," the sad and per manent result ot small-pox, ought rarely be seen In any civilized CoM munity. Hie starts with theose facts, that poor people are pitted least, high er-class people are pitted most, and no class of people are pitted under their dress. Poor people have less light in their homes, the higher class plenty of light, and under tile dress there is less light than in either case. The explan aiton Is a scientific one. Tile sunlight consists of three primary colors. Th red, the blue, and the yellow rays have distinct and characteristic properties. Tile yellow gives us ligh ., the red gives us heat and tile blue actinism. It is the actinic influence of the blue rays which, in Mr. Gregory's theory, causes "pitting.'' No seed will germinate, and young plants will soon perish, if the chemically active rays, that is, tihe actinic rays, are filtered 1rom the sun light. A yellow...

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 August 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., AUG UST. .-NO. 83. I lBn ___ 1".%^_____ JLS ULE 1 '1 0 d, I Life is too short to waste In unavailing tears. Too short to spend in bootless grief, in coward doubts and fears. Too short to g ve it up To pleasure ; or to sow One hour in guilt, to yield at last Eteraity of woo. Time lags not on its way, But "pans our days in haste If life s-'ould last a thounanI years 'Twere still tuo short to waste. For. short lived as we are, Our pleasures yAt. we see, Vanish too Soon. they live, Indeed, E'en shorter date than we. But ever with us here Bides so row, pain and oaro he stiortest life is long enough Its 'lotted grief to bear. To the oil the end is nigh To the young far off it seems Yet neither should dare to toy with life Or "-a ito it in idle dreams. N For by each Time's scrvant waits, Thouigh not for servant's wage And the same worm nibbles the bud of youth That gnawoth the roo, of age. Live, therefore, as he lives W o e4r na his share of bliss; Str...

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 August 1879

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNSBORO., 8. C. TUESDAY MORNIN0, Auigls, 12, 16'/0. 1?. 7p rANS 1)Arr#, E 1Ton. WNe0- S. R'AV0XX WC, AssTICAT EDITot. TILtD: ( and Tammany are still cut thig each other's throats iii New York. The National Democratic party will have to (1111111) them both overboard it' they persist in tlir folly. Till-: ri-': it inl .lcilphis is increfasliig an(d tle physicilans have nio hope o Its disappjpearance beflore frost..' Thirty thousand persons have left (he city, Ulmost all white, twelve thousanid of %vioi are in camp, six or eight miles Out, of ite city. Btt for this exodus the fever would doubtless be raging as v'ralently as it (IMI last year. The fever has Ibeen declared epidemic. AN 1IMPOnTAN'T disCovery 01' coal hasts beon made neiar the town of 1'acomia, in Washington Territory. Priofe'ssor LeConte, who visited it, says the Vein Is fifteen or twenty feet th ick, ind up pail y i litustible, whVile thle ('01 is mluch beter than any heretofore found oi the Pacifi...

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. — 12 August 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY 'fUESDAX - ROltNXWG, AuguNt 12, ~1870 1'txs oil Tux. NEwvs' ANCD IIEiUb -T-wkly edition, four dolljta4 pC) a1,n, inl aldvanc. weekly editioi two dollars and fifty cents peranium 'In advance. Liberal discount to clubf of flive id upwiards. Rrs o AvEiRTISINO.-On1e do11 per inch for the first insertion, 'a af ifty cenit-s per inch for eauch subseq nCt ins.ertion. These rates apply to n il ad. vertifeiseits, of wh'atever nat ce, and( are payable strictly in advaneo. Con tracts for three, six or twlve3l monthl made on very liberal terms. Tran sieit local notices, fifteen cents peI line for the first insortion and severi and onme-amlt' cents per line for ecliC subseque nt insertion. Obituaries aind tributes of repect chairged ts adver tiseients. Simple announcements oi marriages and deaths published free 01 charge, aid solicited. All communications. of whatsoever nature, should hIe alddressed to the Winmsboro' Publishing Company, Winnsboro, S. C. New AdvertlmomntR. To the ...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 12 August 1879

SCIENCE. - A Polysphenic Ship.--For the last six years, the Rev. C. M. Ramus, Rector of East Guildeford and Playden, Eng land. has hold his invention of the poly sphenic shi1p at the disposal of the Ad miralty. This vessel, it is calculated, will kiin the seas at the rate of forty miles an hour or more. Tie word "skim"'' discloses the secret of the idea, for the invention Is mainly based oin the fact that it a vessel Can be made by the mere force with whlehi it moves to ride over thn waves mistead of driv Ing through them, there is a prima faeie reason to believe that a much higher speed thian anything yet reached will be achieved. The principle of Mr. Ramtus's Invention consists in making the bottom of the vessel a series of in clined planes. In1 1872 Mr. Ramus made a model having its bottom coml posed of two parallel and consecutive inclined planes; or the vessel may be described as made of two wedges, the thick ends of wliieh are placed abaft the thin ends. There Is thus in the c...

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 August 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., AUG IST 14, 1879. VOL. 1I1.-NO. 84. A PRAIRIE RIDE. Across the prairie, towards the west, We rode at day's declining ; What radiant pictures we beheld. In heavenly other shining I How blends the purple, rosy light And melts into the golden. Across the azure, crimson bars. Like some escutcheon golden. The prairie seems a grassy lake Where countless Islets cluster; Groen sumao clumps, that wear not yet The autumn's scarlet luster. Across the billows swift we float, Across the flower-dooked grasses. While "Bob White" and his frightened mate Hide till the wonder passes. The varied tints of budding leaves. The long, cool shadow lying Acroa the grass, weird shapes of cloud Before the breezes flying ; The plaintive call of whip-poor-will, The mourning dove's complaining, The doleful tale the "katy-did" Repeats, no answer gaining; Each sight, each sound our souls possess With sense of summer's being ; And Nature weprs her choicest dress For those with e...

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 August 1879

TUVIE NEWS AND HERAlD. "TH(lCDAY Autg-u. 14, 1870. U. ' i". ' - P.-f IIS, 1 L JXO. 8. RENOLD)H. AssoCrAT9 EnrTox. JoN T. MRAYMoND, who achieved such a suc'e'css as Col. Sellers in "TheI Gilded Age,'" will soon alippear it Wallock's theatrxe as Icliabod Cratie in a new play entiled " W'olfort's Roost." JuDxm. S -'rra, who was Ignoini ously dofeated by zeb. Vallce in 1876, says that Grant could cnrry two South ern States, North Carolina and Flori dia. -Ij intimates that with hlnimself on the ticket fbr VicePresident, this result would be certain. The checer ful confidence displayed by the Radi cals of carrying Southern States, be fore the election coimes oil', and the narIous howls they send up, of bull dozing and fraud after the election is over, form a very amusing contrast. Lot thein go on claiming. It hurts nobody, and seems to do them good. Bismarck and Silver. The policy of the German govern ment in reference to silver is attract ing considerable attention. Germany and England 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. — 14 August 1879

OWN AND COUNTY. UiSDAY Augnat '3, 1 : 1870s TmvWovA p. H iws AND 11Hs. IL.> Tri-oeoklv edition, four dollars per ln(mb -In advance; weekly edition, yo dollars and fifty cents perannum, advance. Liberal (discount to clubs f live and upwards. R.\Ti' oF AvEllitrlSINu.-One dollar er inch for the' iirt h"tdon, a ad fly cents per inch for each subseu tent s i. These rates apply% to -11] ad ertiseiacuts, of whatever itala ce, an( 1e pavable strictly in advanceo. Coi rats for threey 4ix or twelve mnonaths tade on very liberal terms. Tran int local non-cs, fifteen cents pen ne for the Ilrst insertionl and seven ,(I one-half cents pu line for each ubsequont insrtion. Obituaries anld 'itet 1o' repect charged as adver Isenients. Simple annoulcements o arriages and deaths published free 01 large-, lid solicited. Al' communications, of whatsoever ttilre. should be addressesd to the Vinnsboro Publishing Company, jinnsbotro> S. 0. Som1e tileves entered the store of lesnrs. F. Elder & Co. ...

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. — 14 August 1879

A sptundid iunche. E, kJ. J1aldw1in, now% of California, everywhere knowii as Licky Baldwin, worked oil his lat her'i farm when youngin Indiana. After tweity-tlye years of trial at various pursuits Ie drifted Into the bonanza distriet, Neva da, and in a few years, by well-judgad ventures in mining stocks, realized some millions. He became publicly known by building "The Baldwin,'' now so favorably known as a popular house, on Market street, 8an Francisco, 275 to 210 feet. Included in the struc ture Is Baldiwin's Theatre. The whole, including furniture, cost $3,000,000. Traveling through Los Angelos county ho fancled and bought a Spanish grant of 60,000 acres of bountifully watered garden land, and laid It out. in princely style. Of this 13,000 acres are moist bottom land, needing no irrigation. Outside of this he has artillcally irri gated most of the property by means of six miles of eight-inch pipe, anid beautiful lakes are formed here and there, with rustle bridges an( cther ador...

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. — 16 August 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., AUG ST 16, 1879. 85. THE WIND AND STREAM. A brook came stealing fret" the ground, You soaroely saw its silvery gl am Among the herbs that hung around The borders of that winding stroam - A pretty stream, a placid stream, A softly gliding, bashful stream. A breeze came wandering from the sky, Light as the whispers of a dream.; He put the overhanging grasses by, And gaily stooped to kiss the stream. The pretty stream, the flattered stream, The shy, yet unroluotant stream. The water, as the wlnd passed o'er, Shot upward many a glancing beam, Dimpled and quivered more and more, And tripped along a livel er stream, The flattered stream, the simpering stream, The fond, delighted, silly stream. Away the airy wanderer flow To where t'ie Holds with blossoms toem, To sprkimg .aprings and rivers blue, And left alone that little stream, The flattered stream, the cheated stroam. The sad, forsaken, lonely stream. That careless wind no more camo Lack, le wande...

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. — 16 August 1879

THE NEWS AND IERALD. wVINNSUO1\0), s. C. - SATURDAY August 10, 1 : ; 1870 R. MRANS DA VIS, ERioit. JRO. B. RFNOLD.S. AssOCIATE EDrIoT. IT IS 84ID that one reason why Texiv lawyers do not. bull a witness on thI stand is because a Texas witTIOss ha ats soon begin shooting from a wit.nes box as anywhere.else., ThiryTE.rNNESSEX Legislature, aftej great tribulation and the hottest kimi of a light, stcceeded lin adopting i debt compromise of l11-yl cetit on tl dollar, with iiterest at four per cent. Which was submitted to the people ' few nays ago. The proposition wt defeated by fifteen thousand majorit: In a very light vote. This reopens th whole question aflain. Both the repu diators and those who wish to - pa more than fifty per cent. voted agains the compromise. OLD UWN I)UTLU. is very serious]) alarming the Republicans of Massa chusetts by his gnbernatorial aspira tIonsi Governor Talbot, who boa Butler last year, declines to take thi risk again, and the Blue Bloods ar cAsting about f...

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. — 16 August 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. bWE,bAY August 10, i a a 1a79. R*uMs oF THEF Nnws AND HIERALD. dlweokly edition, four dollars per *d %, i advance; weekly edition, dollars and fifty cents per amu, epO. iberal discount to clubs 6 Voe ah upwards. 'RATE oF AwEarrIs1ING.-One dollar per inch for tle first Inse'rtion, o ad Mifty colits per Inch for each subseq .tent insertion. These rates apply to all ad vertiseitentA, of whatever nato a'e, and are paya t strictly in advanec. Con tracts I'or bhree, six: or twelve months made on very liberal terms. Tran uient local notices, fifteen cents per linefor the first insertion and seven and one-half cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and trilgte9 of respect charged as adver tlsemn outs. Simple announcements o marrieges and deaths published free o charge, and solicited. All communications of whatsoever nature, should be addressed to the WI nnsboro- Publishing Company, Winnsboro, S. C. NOw Advertlihients. For Sale-Thos. P. Ligon. IReports of c...

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. — 16 August 1879

now Hans saw the-.Elephat.a Tl'here was a great excitement among the boys at Eastwood, for a circus was comtig to town that morning, and ev ery boy who could possibly raise twen ty-ilve cents, and get perinissIon, was going. They had talked nothing else for a week, and it lad seemed to them that the day would never come. But It had) and at an early hour the boys trooped off to High street, to see the wagons and hear the intile, and get glimpses whenever they could of the animals in cages. The old elephant could not be hidden in a cage, and the boys all voted him tile greatest wonder of all, with his big flapping ears and swinging trunk'. One little fellow in Eastwood could not go-little Hans a Germian boy. lie had heard such stories from the big boys that lie was nearly wild to see an elephant. ut liaNs's mother thougat lie was too small to go without her, ad she could not leave her work; so, after a few very salt tears, the little boy brightened up aid conclutdod to make t he best ...

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