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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 11 September 1879

*1ll-EEKL EDITIONWINNSBORO, S. C., SEITEMLR II, 1879. The fairest action of our human life, Is scorn ng to revenge an injury For who forgives without a further strife. His adversary's heart doth to him tie And 'tis a firmer conquest truly said, To win the heart, than overthrow the head. If we a worthy enemy do find To yield to worth, it must be nobly dono But if of baser metal be his mind. In base revenge there is no honor won. Who would a worthless courage overthrow, And who would wrestle with a worth oas foo? We say our heart. are groat, and cannot yield; llocauso they cannot yield, it proves thom poor : (lreat.hoarls are lashed beyond their power but sold ; The weakest lion will the loudest roar. Truth's school for certain doth this same allow, High heartodnoss doth sometime teach to bow. A nobler heart doth teach a virtuois scorn; T.) scorn to owe a duty over long To scorn to be for bonofits forborne To scorn to lie ; to scorn to do a wrong To scorn to bear an injury in mind 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. — 11 September 1879

.E 1 S AND H E RA LD . WIN.N ito S.- r WYINNSBOR0, 8. 0. TIURSDAY, September 11, : : 1879. 71. 2t1 _I NS DA 1ar, F mtoo. e(t) JNO. S. N E'NOI US, AsSOCetrT5 1 ,r" n. of Ex-Jm J' 1. '. 1 1;):1) tai had ill se operation pertoinedI for Canler i (lie t ftce, and at last accounts was doing ; Wvell, i Tlt.: auIns of the third par"ty tlt Movement, ought to congrattilathoo thm- f t:elves. They havo about hatdced over an the coutlry to the Radical party, lock, ul stock an1d barrel, by Iheir tiolislh policy I of t1vidiino the opposif ion vote. l'IiE in.,PoinT of t he cot I on Crop ip.)o . August 31st., ini Georgia, F''lorida, Vir- .iN g' )ha, Louisiana, N issi .:ipp)i, Te'Oxas ns and South Carolina, shows an un- u 1. favorable prospect ill to that time. I None of the States report more Ita n.( the average, and several Ill consider ably below it. cc Trr". RAnI.tu.s inl Calitbrnia electedu1, the gover"nor and four C'ongressituen. ct ](alloch i3 niavor ol' Sanl +'Francisco. a The other city offi...

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. — 11 September 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. TiU1tSDAY, Soptomber 11, : : 1879. '>i1nMs or ''iI1' NP.Ws AND llEinAl.D. -'ri-weekly edition, four dollars per (nnuu,. in advance; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cents peralnum, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs of live and upmwards. RArES oF ADV ERTISIN(i.-One11 dolla11 per inch for the first insertion, It ad lifty cents per inch for each subs,q ,ent Insert ion. These rates apply to (il ad vertisements, of whatever nati' re, an(1 are payable strictly in advance. (on tracts for three, six or twelve months made on very liberal termins. Tran sient local notices, fifteen cents per line for the first insertion and seven and one-half cents per line for etah subsequent insertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as adver tisements. Simple announcements o1 marriages and deaths published free or charge, and solicited. All conunications, of whatsoever nature, should he addressed to the WYinnshoro Publishing Company, Winnsboro, S. C. Now Advertisement...

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. — 11 September 1879

"My Darling's iad." A lady entered a car on the Oak wood road one day the past week lead ing a little girl, perhaps four yoars ti old. The mother sat down and litted 1 the little one to the seat beside her. it The child was nibbling at a bit of cake 9 of sugar, now and then turning her face, full of childish love up to her a mother, and murmuring some almost ti unintelligible words of af'ection. Opposite to mothor Itid child sat ai rt other younger lady, who often smelled i a fresh rose which she 1101(. The in- ti nocent little'one before her attracted ti i her attention, and the natural kindness of the sympathetic wonian heart prompted her to at once ol'er the fra- 1 grant flower to the little budding lilly Ii oipposite. So she leated a bit forward a and spoke :i "Baby want the posey ?'' But the child seemed not to hear. Perhaps it was the noise of the moving '' car that. preyented. Then she spoke i it little louder and held the flower for- It ward temptingly :sI "Baby may have the...

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. — 13 September 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. INNSR, S. C., SEPTEMR 13, 1879 VOL. .-NO. 97. THE OLD HOME. The wild bird eius and the rivulet runs go cheerily round the spot Whore the peaceful shades of the towering hills Fall dim on my mother's cot. The windows are low and the thatch is low, And its old stone walls are gray Oh I I see it, I love it, where'or I go, That old home far away. The little clock ticks on the kitchen wall To tell the passing hours. And the woo.bine is climbing round the cot, With its sweetly sconto,l flowers. And the old arm ohair, so cosy and low, Where mother did knit each day Oh I I see it, I love it, where'er I go, That old home far away. My mother ;I see her before me now, Aslep in that old arm-chair, With the sunshine tinging her wrinkled brow That was once so smooth and fair ; for crimpled border, as wh.te as the snow, And her dark brown hair turned gray Oh I I see it, I love it, whero'er I go, That old home far away. And there's the white cow on its homeward path. As it comes...

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. — 13 September 1879

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINsBORo, S. C. SATU1IDAY, September 13, : r : 1879. . M1rUAN 1)A AVIS, EDiTOR. JND. 8.IilCYNOLDB. AssocIAT EDNiTOp.. A Word to Charleston Merohants. Several interesting artiees and con municatione have appeared recently in the News and Courier concerning the bu'inOss rhitions bxistin htween Charleston and the up-con try. Two points specially appear, first, that Charleston ought to have al I I he trade of the State; second, that she does not get it. Believing that the interests of Charleston and the up-cout.try are bound up in each other, so that the prosperity of one should redound to the welfre of the other, we take the liberty of mentioning in the most kindly spirit what we believe to be some of the chief hindrances. "irs/, tie want ofaccommodation on the part of the railroads, by which in times past it has been a matter of great difficulty to 'get cot.ton shipped- to Charleston. Second, as suggested by a Charlerton merchant, the want of direct communiention ...

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. — 13 September 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. SATUBDAY, September 18, t t : 1879. TiCRMs oF THE NLrws AND HIERALD. --'ri-weekly editicn, four dollars per anfuam, in advatice; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty coults perannun, in advance. Liberal discounlt to clubs of live and upwards. RA"rCs or Ai>VERt"rIsiNo.-One dollar per inch for the first insertion, o ad fifty cents per inch for each subseq ient insertion. These rates apply to all ad vertisements, of whatever naty 'e, and are payable strictly in advance. Con tracts for three, six or twelve months made on very liberal terms. Trai aent local notices, fifteen cents per line for the first insertion and seven and one-half cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as adver tiseinents. Sinple announceoints or marriages and deaths published free or charoe, and solicited. All commitnications, of whatsoever nature, should be addressed to the Winnshoro Publishing Company, Winnsboro, S. C. New Advertisements. Gordo...

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. — 13 September 1879

iarvostng Wheat in ianana. When the grain Is cut the Kan Farmers show great differences in handling of the crop. Some stack wheat, allowing it to thoroughly sw in the stack before threshing. Mu others, equally well informed, all the grain to stand in the stack mt perfectly dry, and then thresh from shock. Still others thresh from heads if the weather be favorable. 'I millers prefer grain that has bt sweated in the straw, claiming that I wheat has got to go through this p cess either In the straw, in the bin in the flour; and they prefer to hi it sweat before they grind it. '1 word 'sweat' is used to denote a pee lar pr:cess.- The straw on the stu becomes dami., and the wheat that v "off color?' or bleauhed before stat ing, has its color restored. Shrive wheat becomes plumper. In abt four weeks after stacking, the wheat through the "sweat,'' and is re,ady threshing. Ifit sweats in the bin, I grain feels damp, and in unfavoral weather heats. A job of threshing the summer is dreaded by...

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 September 1879

RhI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBOIRO, S. C., SEPTEMBER 16 1879' VOL 1.-NO. 98. 'aiIE DAYS OF YORE. A stone falls in an azuro lake. And sinking to.its pearly floor, 8end4 swelling rings far out to kiss The pebbles on the distant shore. And memory's depths oft idly stirred By smiles like some we've known before, lreaks forth in thoughts that wander baok And linger midst the Days of Yore. A leaf that on the river's breast Gots slowly drifting with the tido, Is borne by whirling eddies back Within its parent shade to glide. And many a wearied wanderer Upon a distant, friendless shore, leturnson swift dream-loosened wings To grot the happier Days of Yore. The cloudlets on a summer sky Dissolved in teare upon the main, Neath sunny smiles forget their grief To float serene in heaven again. And human hearts unlook their gates When sorrow's reign is almost oer, And lot the olden sunshine streain ltopiendant from the Days of Yoro. The Bunch of Violets. Loudly rang the bell at Mrs. Evan's door, one ...

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 September 1879

THE NEW'& AND HERALD. WxNNSnOio. S. C. TUftbAY, September 10, a t !870. It. RTAxt D. A 1u/4, eTOR. JKQ. S. JtE)XQA.4 i Asso(nA'rR F.tT1ot. Tei' New York Muddle. As was feared, the Democrats of New York ltv'e had a serious quarrel, and Tamnnany has bolted from the convention. 'Jiae conveltionl sat t wo days in the hope of reconciling diseor dant elemaents. 1l1tl all atlenilits it hiarmony failed. Tamnany, seeinlg th( ievitable nomnlat ion ot (overnor :obinson, left the hall and shortly After lominated John Kely. its chief sachem, ihr governor. Thet cn)iven mominated Hobinson, wIho, received thirty-five votes more than a umiajority, Including Tanun1ayiv. Kelly in a snccch said his only object wa s to se cure enough votes to defi'at lRobin.on. This of course means enhoughi to elect Cornell the elepublicanl. The politicali outlook is a little squally just.now, hu t will not do to make prophesies aion t. the result oftfie' election. Cornell is a weak man, and ]Robinson a strong one h...

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 September 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY, XtVEsDAY, September 10, t : 1879. rEiMs oi" Tile NEwS AN!) 1[EIw.. -TrI-weekly edition, four dollars per (tftnuu), in advance; weekly edition, two dollars and fitty ceits perunnlm, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs of live ad upwards. lt.vrEs OF An1vttrrtsuN .-Onie dollar l,er intch for the first insertion, 1) ad lifty cents per inch for each subsen eent ' nNert t( m1. 'I'hese rates apply to "111 ad 'rtiselenls, of whatever natu re, anld re pat"ab e Strietly inl advancve. Coin -racts for three, six or, twel' e months made on very liberal toe ms. Trant ilit. loiall notices, fifteen cenils per line for the first ilsertion and seven and one-hall' cents per line for each subsequtont. ietion. Obit ari s and tributec ()f re pect charged as adver t isemenlts. Simple announcemlents oI ntllriagec and (eatls published frce o! chat.e, amd ;olicited. All communications, of whatsoever nature, should he addressed to the Wnnsboro Publishing Company, Winnsboro, S. C. New Advort...

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 September 1879

Yarn on a Staalmor. 'Tho captain of a Long Island sound Steamer was recently seated around the table in his room, and with him half a dozen men s it, smoking and spinning yarns. Many were the stories related that night upon the Sound The conversation finally turned on sea-serpents, and a weather-bea ten old sea dog, who had spent most of his life upon the water, declared his believe in the existence of such monsters. lle spoke from experience, and didn't care to have any one doulit his word when he said that it had been his fortune to see these big water snakes more than once. lie first met the serpent in the China Seas. That was when he was little more thant a boy. Again when he was captain of the ship Gleorges, a vessel which hailed from New York and was finally condemned in a South American port for unseaworthiness, he ran across the serpent on the Pacific coast. The last time the monster caine under his notice was right here in the sound, "and," he said. as lie looked at his wat...

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. — 18 September 1879

TRI-WEEI.LY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., SEPTEMBER 18, 1879. VOL. III.-NO. 9 AT 110Mg. AHow I love the hour of twilight, When the chldren gather niear: And; drawing close their chairs bosido me, This petition greets ny ea " Please, dear sabtor, tell a story. Toll just one, now, only on ." Speaks anottier .ittlo ploader, Yes, it is the best of funt." In my lap the youngest nestles, White arms round my nook ontwine, And from out the miety shadows Her blue eyes look up to mine While in answer to their pleading For " one more--oh, just ond more !" Mixture quaint of truth atad legod, Bring I from my little store ; Muatehes wild from dim traelition, Mixed with tales from Indian lorp While between. in fasmuy's gardens, Fairies dance about tho floor ; Pictures old from history's pages. Wearnug stilb the bloom of y. utit Itarest gen ian riohest sett ngs Frotn the holy book of truth. Darkness gat':ers-shadoA lengthent - Sinks the head upon the hand ; While I sit and droalu. aid wonder, Of the f...

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. — 18 September 1879

THE NEWS AND HERIALD. WINNSBORo, 8. C. UHVRSDAY, Septetul)er 18, a 1 1 1870. R. MRANa 1)A VYR, RD1DTO. IJNQ. a. RI.YNOIDH As0MATI RIr0o. Tt.a#URktt RENFo.:, of Georgia, litas fallen under the ban of impeach ment for appropriating iterest on the public deposits. That ho will resign to prevent actual impeachmont is pre dicted. THERE ARE those who prophesy that 'Tilden will carry New York- this fall in spite of onkliag, Hayes and Tam many. If lie does, he will be the next President of the United States, and the Soutlh will be solid for him too. Ai'InicA has made her hnark on the sawdust track. The whiner of the six days' walk at PrOvidetnco is a colored man, Frank Hurt., who is also entered for the Astley belt contest. ie made only three hundred and sixty-two liles, however. ON S.1rmciAY were exported to E11 rope f'om Now York alone two htn dred thousand bushels of grain, twen ty thousand barrels and bags of flour, twenty-five hundred bales of cotton and thousands of tons of meats, che...

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. — 18 September 1879

TOWN AND COUNT) TitItS11AY, Snptombei' 18, 1 18' ''raaMs or '1'n Nltw S \I, l1II1Al, Tri-weekly d ition, four dollars y UIL11m, ht advalce; weekly editio Ivo dollars atnd 'ifty ceits pert nnI u1 in advance. Liberal discount to cit of tive itl upwtrds. or11-8< Au>v yi:ISI1.--One dol! per Inch for' then .fIlrst. insert1ionl, t , liflty eits per 111ch for each subsen me inserlion. ''hese rates a pply to at il a Vertisements, of whatever alt) .'e, at two payable sirictly in ti(lvane. Co Irlts for three, Aix cil twelvo motl 111adle on very libeiIral1 term s. 'Tra sient local noties, lift een centlS pi fne for the first 1Iiseh.tiont anm sev< and onle-hialI cents per' linle for ea(t t+ubseluent insertion. Obit nries ai tributes of respect clarged a15 adve Iisemuenls. Simple announcemen0llOi ts M>arriages antd d(aths published t'rec charge, and solicited. All colntnlli(altionS, of whatSoevi niature, should he adcdres.Fed to 11 WItinsb,loro Publishinig C'omlpan, Vinnsboro, S. 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. — 18 September 1879
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. — 20 September 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. — 20 September 1879

. THE NEWS AND HERALD,. WINNSBORO, S. C. BATUItDAY, Septemn14, 20. 187. R. MRANAS DA1 "S. RnlTmR. dav9. 8. I'XOLDS. A$WOoATRi E>Trou. Tin IATI of Dr. W. 11. Nelson, of Kershaw, makes 1lnother vacaney ini the House of fepresontatives. Tiur. BAl..vS voted in San Francisco at the recent election wero two fret long and live inches wide, and)(] con tained eighty-seven nam1es. Nothing is smnull in Cafltrniia. Tint, t:nsc.osteli".:c made by the Co ltmblia cOrespondent of the Nreis and ('oieer in relation to the mortality of convicts are very startling. One hun - tired tieath4 Inl ia year, distributed among all the conviets, would be alarming, but when the nuniber of those working under contract is but. two hundred and twenty-five, (lie rate is double that, for yellow tiver. A seareii investigation is imperatively demanded. l)is,Iwrrchi. t'om1 the Cape of Good llope iiniout''s the capture of Cety wat) b. i liritirhk scolttintg par(iy Thiis :v i cid to the Zulu war. neteEnigli.sh areno n....

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. — 20 September 1879

l'OVN ANI) COUNTY. SA L'R <)AY, Selss,lr1r20, 8: 871a . -'I'ri-wyeekly eiion, 1four dlollar"s pe C/1u11n, ill advnllee; weekly elition, two dllaIrs and1( li1'ty ('(nts( p)Krannum, in. advance. Liberal discouit, to clubs of live anud upwads. R.lrIS or A )v i-:wr'isN .--- mi <lollar. per inch f the irst. iIst ih-VrtiOn, :e, 1 tift" y el )('I cent e t for eIchi suhseO el .i 'ert;ion. These rltes apply (o -1 ad v'ertik11111nuts, of whartever in111,-ce, a1i' Iar"e patyah ' strieli in a Ovn (I' - itra(ts for' fil'ee, six or Itwelve mn th11S 3)1.1dl on' very liberal eteris. TI'1ill lent,t local notices, ifteen eeis p.r line fo1" theilit's iser the i irs inei a sevr I1nd( one-hlfit cen'II per Iiine' for1 ('a-h niohl It.t insertionl. Obitu:tries aI1(i tribues of respect ci e!ilt,1 a ah'cr ti'i'eentS. 1imp)l' ann11onneenn,n('lt nIalTiagecs and( deathlll. published t'ree of charge, nd1 solicite(. All comn(utnicalic ns. (II whatzwo('ter na111ure, should be l(ihlre:: ('.d to the WYinnsboro...

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. — 20 September 1879

The Beggar Woman of Looenrno. At the foot of tho Alps, near Locarno, stood au old castle belonging to. the Mar quis of Como, the ruins of which are still visible to the traveller, as he passes over the st. Uothard-a castlo with lofty anti roomly apartmtents, high towers and narrs w wilows. In one of these rooms an old sick woman was deposited upon some straw, which had been shaken down for her by the house keeper of the Marquis, who tound her beg ging before the gate. ''he Marquis, who was accustomed to go into this room on his return fron hunting, to lay aside his gun, ordered the poor wretch to get up immediately out of itr corner and be gone. The creature arose, but slipping with her crutch upon the smooth floor, she fell, and injured her back so much, that it was with great dilliculty she got up; and mov ing across the room as she had been tesired, gionning and crying sadly, saink dowin be hind the chinmey. After a while she arose again, dragged herself painfully out of the cast...

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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