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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 19 August 1879

TRIl-WEEKLY EDITION. W1NNSBORO9 S. C., A UG US 19, 1879. VOL. 111.-NO. 86. THE OLD BAFN. Rickety, old and crazy, ShIngleless, lacking some doors, Bad in the upper story. Wanting boards in the floors, Boams s!r ng thick with cobwobs, Ridgepolo yellow and gray, Hanging in helpless innocence Over the mows of hay. How the winds turned around it Winds of a stormy day Beattering the fragrant bay-seed, Vishing the straws away ; t3treaming in at the eranilies, Spieading the clover smell, Changing the dark old granary Into a flowery doll. Oh, how I loved the shadows, That clung to the silent root, Day dreams wovo with the quiet, Many a glittoring woof ; I olimbed to the highest rafters, And watched the swa'lows at play, Admired the knots In the boarding, And rolled in the billows of hay. Palace of King couldn't match .t, The Vatican loses its charm, When placed in my memorf's balance, Beside the old gray barn. And I'd rather scont the clover, Piled in the barn's roomy mows, Than sit in the 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. — 19 August 1879

THE NEWS AND HERALD, WINNSBORO, .. C. TUESDAY August 19, ; 1f 1. M7 ANS 114 VfS, EmIron. JNQ. S. ItElXNOLDS. A"ssOATI DITC QUEEN VicrollIA has prorogued I liament. IT IS SAID that Germany and Aist are preparing for a further disim borment of Turkey. SINCE Gov. Sru.mUE chised I out of the house with a double-barel breech loader, Conkling is said to . 11ore opposed to the shot-gunt pol thia ever. Tin; REGULA Wing Of the Doi cratic pLrty ill assachusetts positively reiised to give any co tenance or support, to Butler or bolting Democrats. NOTHING DAUNTEn by (lie expi eee of their brethren in Georgia, t Mormon preachers are working North Carolina. They are wise enor not to mention polygai. Mas~5. N~.Ju fi nANr SAinrTysi, G Grant's daughter, died suddeily England a flew (lays ago. She is s to have been a very lovable lady. 'I tidings of her delath will sndden latter part of her fit her's voys round the world, which has hilie been an uninterrupted succession ovations and junketings. SENAT...

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 August 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. TUESDAY August 10, : : 1879 imEIMs OF TiE Niiws AND HElALD. -Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per aullm, iI advdice; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cenits perann ulm, in advaino. Liberal discount to clubs of flve and upwar(Is. RATHS OF ADvE&RuTIsN.-One dollar' per Inch for the first insertion, t) ad (Ifty cents per inch for each subse( fent isert ion. These rates appil to all ad vertisle ments, of whatever nalto re, and are payable strictly in advane e. Coin tracts for three, six or twelve months made on very liberal terms. Tria sient local notices, fifteen cents per 1111 for the first inslrtion and seven and one-half cents per line for e.ach subsequtent insertion. Obituaries auiul tribuites of respect chargred as adver tisemtienlts. Simple nn11MOUlIIP1ctst8 Of Imtarriages and deaths pubiiahed free o chargte, and solicited. All communientions. of whatsoever nature, should he addressed to the Winnshoro Publishing Company, Winnsboro, S. C. Now Adverltmiemen...

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 August 1879

A Chinese Funeral. Wee-Ka-Young, a Now York lau dryman of Chinese antecedents ai faith, was buried recently near Boll ville, a suburb of Newark, with all t! peculiar ceremonies of his native aIl celestial land, but oddly alternat, with the prayers of a Christian mini ter. The funeral took piace about It o'clock in the afternoon, the fifteen C lestials of the laundry, the Rev. M Strong, of the Reformed Church Belleville, the undertaker, the superI tondent of ite laundry, two or thr, gentlemen and five ladies being presen The visitors were ushored into a roo off the main entrance of the Chine quarters, the walls, of which we; hung with Chinese papers w ith stranj devices, litterspersed with such motti as "God is Love," "Simply to Til Cross I Cling," &c. From the coiti of the room was suspended a Chine! lantern. The body was not then v* ble, but after waiting about ten minut< it was carried into the hall and plac< about the centre and the company wei Invited to walk out. li t...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 21 August 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBO1O, S. C., AUGUST 21, 1879. IN SU010 DAYS. Still site the school house by the road, A ragged beggar sunning; Around it itill the sumaobs grow, And blackberry vinos are running. Within, the master's desk is seon, Deep scarred by raps official ; The warping floor, the battered seats, The Jack-knifo's carved initial. The charcoal frescoes on its wall Its door's worn sill, betraying The foot that, creeping slow to school, Went storming cut to playing! Long years ago, a winter's sun Shone over it at setting ; Lit up its western window panes, And low eaves' icy fretting. It touched the tangled golden ourls, And brown eyes full of gricving, Of one hIto still her steps delayed When all the school were leaving. For near her stood the little boy Her childish favor singled ; His cap pulled low upon a face Where pride and shame were mingled. Pushing with restless foot the snow To ri it and left, he lingered; As restlessly her tiny hands The blue-checked apron fingered...

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

TRE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNS110, -. C. THURSIYAVAuguat 21, : : 1871 it. 21 PANS PA VIS, H t)[TOB. PIJK. So 11 EY Y NOLDS, Assort AT ErItOR. A Railroad's Recklessness. Tihe rtilroad aciCe!nt1. on MoI'da% dese-ves oIeo i hati lpaing notel -as it, mas tile direct result OR a reckles disregard of iumait iie. .ad ti traini beeni rtinhlngt oil silcedule lim at its iiitural speed, the collipalnl Imight wi,h1 some reasoni claim a acquitial of blame. But the Cr.in wvai nill hou slow and was makintg i) lo, time. Every olne knows that the ro1 bed Il'omn Winnsiboro to a point seve, III miles below 1Ridgeway is one of (t crookedest in llh iUnititeld Sla.eq mere Succession of 8hort iur-ves. Mo of it is skiringer track anld flange 1io the t'ibers aid iron both being th wvo;."c Aor vear. Yet the irain iIshe ua-ily along thlat morning-, hem-t ingw i. living freight., and w1,ha1t was of mo coIIsleiuece to the road, the Unitel States mail, at, the raie of tiirty-iv or forty miles fin hour, over 1ih st'i...

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. — 21 August 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. THURSDAY August 21, 1870 'nIts oF Tml Niws AN lIIltALI). -Tri-wieokly edition, four dollars per (Iumm, ill Idv:tuce; weeldy e(dition, two dolars and 111t ents perun urnu, inl advance. Lheral discount to tiubs of live uand upwilrds. oF, A I-vEI SIN(1.-0hIe (llarU porler inc fio le firist. ilserton, oa a Id filty celits prll inich Vor eac 1 (subse welit inscrlion. These rates apply lo !ill ad vertliselmnts, ol' wIn'I cv nat to ce, ani1d are payable strictly lin advan-le. Coll tracts for Ithiree, six or welv" m11onths , made on Very liberal tnII111s. 'frail sicit, local itolicos, lifteen celts per lie for the first - inser1-tionl and sevenl and one-haul cemnts per line lhr each subsequent insertion. Obititaries anl d tributtes of respect. charged 11S adver. tiscieet s. 81111 ph- an1nou nceiienIits o1 lmarriagesg and deal h), pmblished 11-ee 01 chargeo- anld solicited. All colnnnnietilons, of .-whatsoever nature, should he lddressed to Cho W~r1tilshoro Publishing . Comi...

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 August 1879

A Milser's Suiclde. James Wood, a woll-knowin bachelor resident of Mayfield, Californ!-., was found dead in his bedroom on Tuesday the 15th of July, under circumstances that left no doubt that lie had deliber ately and purposely taken hits own life. Wood lived in a neat little cottage of his own, doing his own cooking and other domestic work. For some strange reason he fitted himself up a bed room in the loft of his barn. lie was known to be an early riser, but when he was not seen about on Tuesday morning as late as 9 o'clock one of his neighbors became alarmed and sent a child to call him. - The child rapped at his bed-room door, but received no response. Then a lady went to investigate. She found the key in the look outside of the door, but was unable to open the door. She knocked and called but failed to get a response. She returned to the house, and then, with another lady, made a second attempt to probe the mystery. They succeeded in getting the door open on a crack, and disco...

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. — 23 August 1879

-EKYEIINWINNSBORIO, S. C., AUG UST 23, 1879. VOL. 11-NO8 THE LOOM OF LIFE. All day, all bight. I can bear the jar Of the looi of lif6, and tiear and far It thrills with its deep and Agiufllod sound, As tir'lesi tild4hoole go.always round. 1)uolly, eoasoles'ly goes the loom, In tihe light of day and the mIdnight's gloom, The whouls are turning early and late,. And the'woof is wound in the warp of Fate. Click', Clack I there'e a thread of love woveun In Click, clack I another of wrong.and sin I What a oh okered thing this life will be, Whet, we soeeit unrolled in otornity I Time, with a tao like mystery, And hnds as busy as hands can be, - Sits at the loom with arms outspread, To catch A ith meshes each glancing thread. When shall this wonderful web be done? In a thousand yearo perhaps,.or one, Qr to-morrow. Who knoweth.? Not you or I ; lut the wheels turn on and the shuttles fly. Ah, sad-eyed wea erei the years sre slow, But each one is npar r the end I know , And sqmd day the last t...

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. — 23 August 1879

THE TWELFTH REGIMENT. 0 JTEUNIO 0or THE,~ SURIVORS 01 Eighteentla Anniverwary of the ItegIntenq, "In for the War"--aleotteig to. Itenej Friendtlip.--A Frucessliou, Flike Specclue and a Diiter-.Forinizig a ltogimient Aseoclatiost--Roll of the Survivors. Wediiesday, the 20th of August, wr the eighteeith anniversary of the o ganiuzatioi of the Twelfth Itegimenu Vhen the call was made for volt1 teers for the war, a prompt respons was given by South Carolina. Sever regiments were formed ati Lightwoo Kiot Springs. Of these the Twelfl Was the first to complete its organizi tion. Its history is well told ill ti aldress of Colonel Jones. Recenti the Falrfield survivors orgainized County assooiation, and invited ti associations of other counties to mci Nvith them In a Regimeital organizi tion. It was in fiurtherance of this en that the meeting oil Wednesday we held. The survivors from the othe Couities 0411110 in on, Titsday night. an Wediesday iorninhg. Tle weath. Was inclement, and several ...

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. — 23 August 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. SATURDAY August 23, , : a 1879 TRs'oF THE NEws AND HERA LD. -rii-weoekly edition, four dollars per annumu, 1i advance; weekly edition, two dollars aid fltly cents per anun, in adianco. bibortil discounkt to clttbs of 1 e and upwards. - 'IAiEs oF ADvERTISIN.-One dollar - per inch for the first insertion, a ad afty cents per inch for each subseq ient .itserion. These rate,, apply to a1l ad vertisenents, of whatever nato re, ald Aire payable strictly in advanee. Con tracts for three, six or twelve months made on very liberal ternis. Tran sieit local notices, fifteen cents per line .for the lirst insertion and seven and-one-half cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as adver tisenients. Simple announcements o marriages *and deaths published free oi charge, awd solicited. All communications, of whatsoever nature, should he .addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Company, Winnsboro, S. C. PINAFOR,.-Pinafore was again ren d...

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. — 23 August 1879

An Indian Jugglerm Anteks. There was nothing very, remarkable In the appearance or dress of our conjurer. An elderly man, short and sparely made, dressed In dingy white cotton, wIlth very tight sleeves to his be Vid very tight legs to his drawers, he n ght have been a re spectable servant out of place, but actually was a small land-ownar who had taken to conjuring for his amusement. When he entered the room lie spread a white cloth upn the floor and sat down upon it with hi6 back to the wall, the door of the room being on his right hand. Ilis spectators were disposed of in the following fashion: Mr. Smyth sat on a chair nearly in the middle of the room, I was sitting on a sofa near the door, the Parsee merchant stood In the doorway about arm's length from me. The servants stood about in groups, the largest group being between the door and the conjuror. As soon as lie had settled himself, he turned to the Parsee and asked or the loan of a rupee. The peddler at first demurred a little...

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 August 1879

_ _ _ _ _ __ EN anOb Le tatb. TfRI-W~EEKL~Y EDITION. WINNSBOR{O, S. C., AUG USTr 26,-1879. VOL. 11I.-NO. 89. FOREBODINGS. D lI Let to-morrow take care of to-morrow, ti Leave the things of the future to fato; ti Wiat's the use to anticipate sorrow? ci Lifo's troubles come never to late. w If to hope ever so much be an error, 3 'Tie one thot the wise have preferred w And how often have hearts boen in torror (1' Of evils-that never occurred I C Ci Have faith, and thy faith shall sustain the P1ormit not suspicion and care With invisible bonds to eonnare thee, B1uit boar what God gives to bear, cl By life spirit supported and gladdened, ai . Be fie'er by "forebodings" deferred, Ic BiL think how oft hearts have been saddoned f By fear of-what never ocourred! I, Let to-morrow take care of to-morrow, short and dark as our life may appear, * We may make it still darker by sorrow, Still shorter by folly and fear. y Lalf our troubles are half our inventiona ; And often fronm bledings conferred...

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 August 1879

T1YU -N 14, ANT-RERAI?.N 0S3s)I0, 8. C. 10. 1 -. N I. 1-1. Uawrtr oJ.'%. X. Jn U)A OLDN. AS-80)IATs EDITOR. Tur cniifarnha eicttion takes place on the 81l of' Septeiber, and the Maine election oil the 6th. A ieiNi) facetiously Auggests that *e have becomeo.a0 "s0or3Ieead" shice the recent railrold icoidesi. -Yes., if he had bl recklessly ptchcd head foremost down an enitakismenst, at the rate of forty idilos a'n ibtr, Jib would have becomne a sorehead too, infless his cs'alnium is uncommonly tough. MEMPlIwls Is in a bad way. The fever is spreading, over a hiuidred and fifty deaths have occurred, the people rebel at. having difterent parts of tie town quaranitned against each other, the negroes refuse to mnove into the camps, and gangs of. plunderers ire threaten Ing to sack tihe town. Our Public School System, Asmong the Hrlcent contributions to our eduentioial'literature is a capital address del0iv ret ky W. C. Benet, Esq., of the Pr oss and Banne:, boblore the Teachers' Associaiii...

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 August 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. TUESDAY At-gust gap a f : 1870 b _TiE1U'3 OF Til. NEWS ANI) NIwN IALI). c -Tri-weekly edilion, four dollars per i annum, in advance; weekly edition, t] two dollars and fifty cents peraunanii m, t] in advance. Llberal1 discount to clubs of live and upwards. RATS oF ADvERTISlNG.-Ono dollar j per inch for the first insertion, P id ti ffty cents per inch foe each subseq tent insertion. These rates apply to all ad vertisenments, of wVhItever nt i-e, and f are payable strictly III advaneo. Con- c tracts for three, six or twelve months Ii made on very liberal terms. Tran- b sient local noticesy, fifteen cents per i line for the first hlsertion and seven and one-half ents per< line for each isubsequentinsertion. Obituaries and ' tributes of respect charged as adver- Il tisemnents. Simple annoucements o s. marriages and deaths published free or b charge, and solicited. All coniuiications, of whatsoever P nature, should be addressed to the iu Winnsboro Publishing Company, ...

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 August 1879

Plon-Plon. Prince Napoleon, the second sou of Jerome Bonaparte by his second wifey the Priucess Frederika of Wurtemburg, is the senior living representative of his family. H1e is now fifty-seven years of age. le has been noted for years as an extreme democrat, although more redontly he was a qualified sup porter of the emnpire, and may now be described as a conservative republican. After the revolution of 1848 lie was the leader of the "Alountain," a fact for over held up against him by the DeMorny's, the Persigny's and the Rouher's, who wrought and waxed fiat on the subsequent coup d'olat. Prince Napoleon does not like to fight. It Is true that he has commanded an in fantry reserve at Alma and Inkerman. But he threw up his command in great haste, saying lie was ill; and for this the nickname of "Plon-plon" was be stowed upon him by his admiring coun trymen. But if lie did not attack the Russians he attacked the Orleans fam ily with great spirit in the French Sen ate In 1861. A fier...

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 August 1879

TI-WEEKLY EDITION. W INNSBORO, S. C., AUG UST 28, 1879. VOL. III.-NO. 90. BY THE 88A. My blue-eyed pet with golden hair Is sitting on my knee, And gazes eagerly afar, Across the beach, beyond the bar, Where rolls the restless sea. She puts her little hand in mine, And laughs with cbildish lee, To see the foaming billows splash, As on the shoro t'oy fiercely dash, Thou glide bac' jilently. But while she laughs so merrily, My heart is far away ; And as I look upon the shore; Whore loud and long the breakers roar, My sad soul seems to say : ' The sea is like a human life ; It breaks upon the shore Of time with a resistless might; And when the goal is just in sight, Dies-to return no more. "And all along the shores of time Full many a wredk doth lie ; The pangs of many a mad carouse, Of blasted hopes and broken vows, Of happy days gone by." Yet, while I muse in mournful mood, And gazo upon the s a, My blue-eyed pet with golden hair, . Whose heart has never known a care, Still sitr upon ...

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 August 1879

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNS3BORO, 5. (1. 211URSDAY, Augu-lst 28, :* 1870. It. MfAM N8 1 VI., EDITon. J.v. S. REYNOLD>S. ASsoCArAR CvUIoR. Nxws..wrt:ns are already naming candidates for the governorship in 1880. Are you not, plugging your m1elonis i little too soou," gentlemen? A NV.WS'AI'ER correspondent from Massachusetts says that if the election were to tiko place now Blen Butler would be elected governor. He be lieves that the popularity of the Beast will wane, however, before November. T'rA A nderson intelligeneer says that the Abbeville Medium says hat there are no great me1n in South Carolina. Hold on. You forget, that is to say well, not to put too fiue a point upon It.-indeed,1 modesty pre ents us from giving the names of soi 'of the great ien of South Carolina. LATEST advices from Sant Francisco indientesI cessation of the excitetnent there. It is thought that halloch will get well. DeYo-umg is still in jail. Polit.icians prophesy that the work in. imen will sweep both t...

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 August 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. THIURSDAY, August 28, : : : 1870. TI"itMs of TiE iN'I:ws AND lI;cALh. -Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per aIn1u17m, iI advance; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty conts peralnun, Iin advance. Liberal discount to clubs of five and upwards. I-A'TEs or Auv ETIsIN.-Onte (lollar per inch for the first insertion) ti ad fifty cents per inch for each subseq aent Insertion. These rates apply to nil ad vertisemlents, of whatever natu ce, and are pavnbl c strictly in advancue. Con tracts for t'lee, six or twelve months made on very liberal terms. Tran sicut local notices, fifteen cents per line for the first insertion and seven and one-half cents per liile for cach subsequent insertion. Obituaries a i(] tributes of respect charged as adver tisemecnts. Simple anllnouncemnents or marriages and deaths published free or charge, and solicited. All communications, of whatsoever nature, should h1e addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Company, Winnsboro, S. C. New Advertisoments...

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 August 1879

13O1ENTIFIO. 1iyt:ng Fish.-The mechanism of t movement of the flying-fish throuj thle air has beeni discribett with ImuL detail by Professor Moebius, of Klc who concludes, from the observatio of those who have published on ti subject and his own, that the ilyin lish dart from the water with gre speed without reference to the cour of the wind and waves. They ma no regular flying motions with th pectoral and ventral fins, but sprei them out quietly, though very rap vibrations can be seen in the outstrec ed pectoral lius. The hinder part the body, while the lish moves throu the air, hangs somnewhat iower Liha the forepart of the body. They usua ly fly further against the wind tha with it, or if their track and the dire tion of the wind form an angle. Mo lying-fish which fly against or wi the wind continue their who course of flight in the same directic in which they cobne out of the wale Winds which blow from one side on the original track of the fish bend the course inward. All fish w...

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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