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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 30 August 1879

W INNSBORIO, S. C., AUG UST 30,189VO.1.-.9. 'MI-WEEKLY EDITION. THE RIVER OF LIFE, Tihe more we live, more brief appear Our life's succeeding stages: A day to childhood seems a year, And years like passing ages. The gledsone current of our youth, Ere passion yet disorders, Stoals lingering like a river smooth Along its grassy borders. But as the careworn choek grows wan, -nd sorrow's shafts fly thicker, Ye stare, that measure life to man, Why seem your coarsos quicker? When joys bavo lost their bloom and breath And lit itself is vapid. Why, yo we near the Falls of Death, Feel we its tide moro rapid ? It may be strange, yet who would change Time's course to slower speeding, When one by one our friends are gone And left our bosoms bleeding ? Heaven gives our years of fading strength Indemnifying fle?tnese ; And those of youth, a seeming length Proportioned to their sweetness. A Neat Way to Propose. I)r. Gershain throw himself wearily into the great arm-chair in Mrs. Hyde's cozy sittin...

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. — 30 August 1879

THE NEIVS AND HERALD. WINNS13ORO, 8. C. $ATUtDAY, August 80, R. MRAN$ D)A YJS, KEITOR. ~NO. S. lICYNOL, A880OATe$D1T6/ *^ TuE inpeachnlnt trial of Comp troller Goldsmith, of G;eorgia, wil begin next week. - /lt r ug,ttt Eiii p, ater sixi.) e ars fd' total- Alr uoine ; fi llds Iage] advertised lager in a lecture. TiE wife of General 1oo(1 is dea( ront yellow fever in. Now Orleans tti' tho'gneral hinseolf ad' his eldesi daughter are ill with the sname disease TilF Ohio correspQndlbnt of the Now York Herald thhiks the Logislatur< will b i .lott, but inclines to th( opilion that Shorman's money will b too much for Ewing. BrN BUT,ER is said to be very sensi tive about the nlewspaper paragralph and eartoons reoferring to himnself. Ie. fore long it will be found out. that h< Wd :jt n tal any, spoons after all. Lor lIoscm.: C'ON KI.to still hold the N% w 1i:k Rl(epublicals I the hol luw of, li; h.,l:(l. The .Slate colven 1ioI Im(.at" oil t4 :Jd to go through tl fartc' of tl' 1l..Fm1K!...

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. — 30 August 1879

TOWN AN) COUNTY. S A T U l D A Y , A ug u st 30 , _ 1 9 o T :g, --'i'ri-weekly edition, four dollars per annlflumfl, ill advance; weekly e1lit1on, two dollars and lifty cents perannum, inl Advaloe. Liberal discoult to clubl s of live and upwards. RAT.S or Ab>vEwrisiNO.-Ono dollar per Inch for the first illrertion, ov-l fifty ('Cets per 1anch for each subseq ient issrt Oil. These rates apply to all ad vortiseoonts, of whatever n'atu .e, and are) payable strictly in advance. Con tracts for three, six or twelve montlhs made on very libenal terms. Tran siont local notices, fifieen cents per line for the first insertion and seven and one-halt' cents per line For each Subsequent iIlsertion. Obitnaries tlnd tributes of respect chalt',irged as adver tisements. Sithple annoncemlents "oi m)arriages and laths published free or clar're, atnd solicited. All communications, of whatsoever latitre, should be addressed to the Winnshoro Publishing Company, Winnsboro, S. C. New Advortisi'ments. Rub...

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. — 30 August 1879

Robert Emmet's Execution. Recently an old nan died in the workhouse at Ballina, Mayo county, Ireland, and two days later was con signed to a pauper's grave. His name was Barney Moran. He was a rative of Dublin, and as long as he was able to tramp about he made a livelihood as a professional itinerant ballad singer. He believed himself at the time of his death to be about ninety-nine years of age. On his death bed he made a sin gular revelation of the Workhouse. He told them that he was one of the band or soldiers who, on the night of May 18, 1798, accompanied Majors Sirr and Swann, to the house of Mr. Nicholas Murphy, the feather merchant, No. 153 Thomas street,. where Lord Edward Fitzgerald was concealed, and effected the capture of the rebel chieftain. Bar ney Moran avowed that in that terrible business he faithfully discharged his duty as a loyal soldier of the British Crown. But his most startling revela tion was to come. This was that he also was the executioner of Robert Emmet...

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 September 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, . C., SEPTEMBER 1879. VOL. II-NO. 92. TURNING GRAY. . Life's sands are running fast away, The buoyant step of youth is gone , The falling hair is turning gray. And Time seems now to hurry on More fleetly than in days of yore Before the heart become its prey Befor 'twas saddened to the core Before the days when we are gray. Yes, turning gray. Age comes like snow As still-and carves each careworn line Its wrinkles on the brow will grow ; Th> hair with silver streaks will shine The eyes their brightness lose, the hand Grow dry, and tremulous and thin For life, alas I is quickly spanned, And death its gates soon eloses In. Aht! turning gray. We fain would hide The sigh how long with Time we've beon Those deepened wrinkles side by side, Out by the sorrows we have seen ; For feeble beats the hearts as years More thickly cluster on our head As autumn rain drops hang like tears, On some fair flower that's nearly dead. Like perished petals from the flower, O...

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 September 1879

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNSnO[nO, S. 0. TUESDAY, Sopteiber S, :. : 1879. W. J 'AN8 D1A 'I, KuITOR. JINO. S. RA.YNOJlt8. AsSOcIATR EDITOn. WE EXTRACT f'om the Greenville City Item an editorial suggesting the naine of Maj. T. V. Woodward for a seat in Congress from the fiuth dis 1rlet. 31njor Woodward has many fMiends and well-wishers in the district who would be pleased to see him elect ed, and he would make a good mnem ber. Death of General Hood, Genera J. B. Hood died of yellow fever at New Orleans on Saturday after an illness of two or three days. His wife died of the same disease in the early part of the week, and two of his daughter are not expected tp live. General Hood had been married eleven years and had twelve children, four of them being twins, and the youngest only three weeks old. He made a large sum of money several years ago by a fortunate speculation, but had lost it before his death. It is astrange Commentary that the hero of many battles, who had lost an arm and a le...

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 September 1879

TOWN AN) COUNTY. TUI.SDAY, September 2, : s :187t. Tli.:ntas or1'l Ti. -ws AND allri.:n.. . --''ri-weekly edition, tour dollars per t annum, in advan(e; weekly Cdition, two dollars and fifty eits perunnum, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs of live anld upwards. RA-rEs or Anyimis\uN.-One dollar por inch for the first insertion, v ad 11ty cents per inch ior each subseq ent insertion. These rates apply to all ad vertisements, of whatever natu ic, and are payable strictly iii advance. Con tracts for three, six or twelve months lad(le o1 Very liberal terms. Train sient local notices, lifteen cents per line for the first insertion and( sevein and one-half cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Ob1u11 aries 1111d tributes of respect, charged as adver t t.lisoeents. Simple anlnoulineements or marriages anid( deathls published free of charge, andl( solici(ed. All coimunlications, of whatsoever nature, should be addressed to the Winnsboro 1'ublishin;g Company, Winnsboro, S. C. Tobc...

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 September 1879

Vishing in Canada. The right of fishing for salmon in th 'Marguerite river, Canada, belongs t six gentlemen, who have each a hand some cottage upon its banks. This I the twelfth year they have held th river under a Government lease an they have invested there over $10,00 in income from which Is the pleasur they enjoy in spending a month ther once a ye-r. For the purpose of keep lug off intruders a keeper is hired, wh with his asF tant., patrols the strean and makes it extremely unpleasant 1o poachers. Buore the systeu of leas ing was adopted the Indians hunted th salmon with spears. In the ver; height of the breeding-season a part; of Indians would visit a salmon-pool b; night, flambeau burning in the bow o their canoe, and in a couple of hour would spear a h undred magnificent fish Had the slaughter been allowed tocon tinue'a few years longer, salmon woulc have beeni a rare fish in Cansdiar waters. 'lhe action of the Govern ment had precisely the eff'ect it was ex. pected to have. ...

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. — 4 September 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., SEPTEMBER 4, 1879. VOL. 1II.-NO. 93. HARVEST HYMN. Otico more the liberal year laughs out O'er richer stores than gems or gold; Oneo more with harvest song and shout is nature's bloodless triumph told. Our common mother rests and sings Liko utth among her arnoerd sheaves; Her lap Is full of goodly things, IIor brow is brig.t with Autumn leaves. O favors old, yet over new I Sblves-ings with the sunhino sont ! The bounty overruns our due, The fullners shames our discontent. We shut our t ys, the flowrs bloom on; Wr murmur, but the corn ad tilo; Weochooso-the shadow, but the sun That cats it shines behind us still. God gives us with our rugged soil The power to mako it, Eden fair, And richr fruit to crown our toil Than Bu mor-wodded islands boar. Who murmurs at his lot to-day/ Who scorns his netivi fouitfrnd bloom, Or sighs for dainties far away, Desides the bountos board of homt ! Thank eaven, instead, that freedom's arm Can change a rocky soil to...

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. — 4 September 1879

TIlE NEWS, AND 1IEHIALI). WINNSliORO, S. C. THURSDAY, September 4, s s s- 1870. It. M'.ANS DA TWOS, ITOR.I JSNO. S. 11E1.AO,i)s, A;(IATX EDITo1. ROkBE:1T IIONNEI has bought Rarus, the great trotter, for thirty-vix thous and dollars. j( PIuI.sn>1Nrt II7: reiterates his civil b service order that no Federal oflcial I ' shtl. t.ake part In a iomintating conVen, tionl, but like a political Nellie lily, he shuts his eye and looks over in tle Al. lan1tic ocean while Sherian and Schtlrz are fixing thiigs lin Ohio. 1M. s. SIui, W.ho.has been resid- t ing with her husband since Conkliing h put In at disappearance, h1as rtun away ti froin her home, taking some of her 111 1 chil1dren with her. She is doing more i than any one else to bring herself into t disrepute. _ T1E1: Chester Bulletin has undergone a change in Its nanageeit, Mr. lirai nord McLure retiring and lr. T. W. " Clawson, Jr., assuming entire minitnge- c ment. The Bulletin is a good paper, and should receive a generous sup- k p...

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. — 4 September 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. TIURSDAY, Seytember 4, : : 1879. 'IE.ItaMs oF '1'i1F NE ws AND 1llOALDt). ---Tri-wveckly cdition, four dollars per annum, ill advailce; weekly edition, t.wo (ollars and fifty cents ))crnaulm. in advance. Liberal discount to clubs of five lid utp watrds. RA'TEs OF ADIvERTilNo.--0n0 dollar per inch for the first insertion, v ni ilft,y cents per inch for each subsOtq ient iisertiont. These rates apply to all ad vertisoients, of wllte;ver nitt' re, and tre payabln strictly in atvniice. Con-! tracts for tlhree, six or twhel e ltnonths mnade onl very1 liberal teinus. T1ranl- j sient local notices, fifteen cents per line fir the first insertion and Seveii 111(1 ole-half celits per line for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect, charged ats adver tisemlieits. Simple announcemlenits o Illrrigles and deaths published free or charge, and solicited. All commnications, of whatlsoever nature, should he aldressed to the Winnshoro Publis,hing Company, Winnsb...

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. — 4 September 1879

A Boy's Fireworks. Josephus Thistlehuinmer is a good little boy, and he told all the boys that ho was "goln' to have a bully old Fourth, you bet yer boots I" lie kept his money in a savings bank. The bank was tin, and ho put the money In at the roof. Thec savings ,banks always pay out luu cents on the dollar. Some *.th er savings banks do not pan out so well. Josephus held a meetlt.g of directors, and it was unanimously resolved to re move the deposits from the vaults of tile bank until after the Fourth. Perhaps labor riots were teared. lie removed the nickel and copper accutmutlat.ions through the roof by means of a case knife and a two- tined fork. They anostnted to $3.91, which he put into tirst-class securities-rockets, Romat cantdles,serpI ts,IOrpedoes, pin-w les, crackers, etc. Ie took ativantage of his younger brothier Sebe's (Eusebius) absence to climb to the top of the book case and put his pyrotechnie actuisi tions there. In two minutes he thought of a better place. Iide '...

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. — 6 September 1879

TII-WEEKfY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., SEPTEM R 6, 1879. L THE MIRROR OF LIFE. Let us look in the glass for a moment, Lea u, brush off the mist from the faco The mirror of life that is broken When Death in our oar knolls the token To orumble in space. We must fall whether praying or pining, Whether fearing or mocking the blow, Bru:h the mist from the mirror, thou trom bling ; The grave is no place for dissembling Thor,, vaunting lies low. The eyes, hs they gaze to earth's glory, Poor into that mirror of pain Where the slain of our years lies all gory, Bent over by grim shadows hoary Recording each stain. Not a blot nor a blemish escapes them, The sIns of the lone and the crowd, The crime where we pandered or paltered, The dark things that lips never faltered There cry out aloud. Thcy are there, and no tempests can hido them ; They glow with accusing and shame, Tho' the years be all dead, they are living, 'Mid the silence thf'y or, for forgivng With direful acciaim. On the wrock-p!ank...

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. — 6 September 1879

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNS13OIO, S. C. SATURDAY, Septomber , I 1870 71. ATr.Ns DarIs. l:urroH. 1r"'. S. RE.YNOLDS. ASSOCIATR IUITOR. AcCORDING to the latest and most re liable accounts both parties are bound to carry Ohio. CONKING, like leecher, is a mtcli greater man since he had an irate hus. band lifter him. GOv;nNoIt Vi:vtttll,E of illinois, wants to rais: five hundred thonsam(l m31e0n to come dowi. ad whip the rebel lious South. We had better begin dodgting (it once. Tn: impeachment trial of Conptrol ler-General Goldsmith before the Geor gin Senate has begun. Chief Justiec Warner p,resides1 The trial may last atmonth. TimE LADIEs IEMOIAL AssocIArioN havo had putblished a very Landsome pamnphlet contiiing the proceedings at the unveiling of the Confelderate MVontment. It is ornamented with i a handsome photograph of the monu ment. Copies will be 1hrnishe(d for 0 cents on application to Miss 1. 1). Martin, of Columbia, or Mrs. W. It. Robertson of this place. California. Latest re...

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. — 6 September 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. SATURDAYr Septeiber 0, : t : 1879. TaMs oF TimE NEws AND HE,ALD. --T'r"i-wekly edition, four dollars per (innunit; in advance; .weekly editidn, two dollars and fity cents pertnnum, in ttdt'ance-. Liberal discount to clubs of five and upwards. RATES uF 1,vEnTisiNo<.-O ne dollar ir inch for the first insertioti; 1 md fift.y cents per inch for each suisa; 1cnt linserion. These rates apply to ntl ad vertiseneuts; of whtit.ver nat. a e, and are paylblo strictly in advance: t on tracts for three, sih oi tivdlv' ilohths muade on very .li.riii te ltls; Trant sient local qdtices, fifteent cents per line for the f-stra isertilot ilnd seven and one-hualt cents per line for eacih subsequent insertionl. Obit utries lifnd] tributes of respect chiarge8d as alver tiserents. Simuple ainnoutncemenlts oi haiiriitges -nnd deaths published free 01 chittre, anlld solicited. A17 communicat ions, of whiit soever rilattlrO, should be addressedl to the , illsboru 1'itblishiig c'ibnpaiy, '...

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. — 6 September 1879

Our Crocodilo luntor. A young Naturalist gives the follow ing account of hunting the crocodile on the Orinoco: We landed upon a hugo sand-bar, and, taking our guns, hatchet, field-glass, etc., started across the green bank that we saw on the oth er side of the bar. Before we got across we christened that bar the "Great Des ert." As we neared the opposite side we saw that, as we had snspected,there was a little body of water between the sand bar and the shorb. Very soon we sighted a line crocodile, basking in the rays of the midday sun, near the edge of the water. There was not a >ush nor blade of grass to atford us cover, but quickly making ready and throwing ourselves upon our faces, began worth ing our way toward the great reptile as fast as possible, taking advantage of some little ridges and depressions in the sand. But lhe was too smart for us, and before we were within good rifle shot he quickly slid into the water and cilsappeared. Just then we came in sight of another and...

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 September 1879

TI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., SEPT1MB.1ER 9, 1879. VOL III.-NO. 95. THE PRINCE IMPERIAL. On Longwood's.shoro the exile stands. Despair upon his haughty faco ; Behind him clasped his ust less hands That fain would rule the human race, Victor of many hostilo lands, Ho falls in peace-to hun disgrace. The iron g rdlo round Sedan Grows narrower yet ; no man can fly ; Ilo lights for death, that broken wan, Capitulates, and does not die. Not then-while yet the eagle floats Above a cause worth fighting for Btut east out by his peoplo's votes. He fades, like his great ancestor. At Chisolhurst an Empress weeps; liaif-niast the flags of England wave , While far away our sold:ors sleeps Securely in a soldior's grave. Vhat'or the name lie might have won, No grander this in victory's breath "lio of his raceo achieved alone Thlo glorious end-a hero's death." Last of the Caribs. You have often told me that you know the island of Martinique. Then you have heard them speak of the Caravelle. It...

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 September 1879

TI1E NEWS AND HERALD. WINNSB13OR, S. C. Tt'ESDAY, Septemaber 0, : : 1 1870. It. ArF.XS 11.1 T'S, EnIOIt. J11. S. RRYo/.US. AssocIATR EDITOR. THlE A1iKEN grand jury has requested the members of the Legislature from that county to move for the repeal of the new equalization board law. It has not proved satisfactory in Alken. WEEN Count Bismarck appears as Little Buttercup to Unser Fritz's llalph Itackstraw, this Is the way ho opens up: "'Man nennt micha Kleine Butterblutne, liebe Klelno But.terrblime. Obwohl lel ate gewiusst warun, 1)och nQnnt nian lltterblute, mich a0me Kleine lultterbluno, Susso Kleine Butterblumer, lelh." Tnx" SP'A1rsn Ministry have at last. decided to permit ex-Queen Isabella to be present at the marriage of her sonl, King Alp)onso. Isabella had to leave her kingdom very suddenly s-vcral years ago; and though her son is now In favor, the Spaniards do not, wish to have the old woman about. After the wedding she will have to pack up and leave. The new Queen will not...

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 September 1879

TOWN_AND COUNTY. T UESDAY, .September 9, : : - 1870.1 TERMs oF TIIE NNIVS AID IERALD. -'Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annum, in advance; weekly edition, two dollars and flfty cents perannum, In advance, Liberal discount to clubs of 11ve and upwards. RtArNs or ADitrisiNc.-One dollar per inch for the tirst insertion, u ad lifty cents per inch for eachl subseq tent insert ion. These rates ap'ply to all ad verti.mtnents, of whatever nato re, and nre payable strictly in advancle. Con tracts for three, six or twelve months made on very liberal terns. 'Tran slent local n1otices, fitton cents per line for the first insertion and seven and onie-half cents per line for euch subsequent insertion. Obituarie.) andl tributes of respect charged as atlver tisements. Simple announcements 01 nar'ri.ges and deaths published free o charge, and solicited. All commnnunications of whatsoever nature, should he addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Company, Winnsboro, S. C. New Advortlsenents. Tax No...

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 September 1879

Duel With a Shark. It seems that a 8ihly named the "Southern Trader," from l.ivepool, with a cargo of coal, had Just dis charged her freight at a port of the iarbadoes, when the crew who had been engaged in the dirty ,work, re. solved upon a bath, and accordingly ventured into the sea. The coral shores o1 larbadoes abound in sharika, and the flrst unite of the ship who remained on board, espied one of these monsters mtakiug toward the men before they had been ten minutes in the water, and instantly gave the alarm. The sailors hastened toward the boat. which the mate had sent to them. and all succeeded in getting safely on board excepting one foremost; hand-he was the last of his companions to reach the boat. Just as he was about to lay his hands upon the gun wales the shark seized him in his capacious jaws and litterally bit him in two, instantly swallowing a portion of the body and the lower limbs. The upper part of the body was taken on board, but of course life became ex tinct im...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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