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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 16 October 1879

TI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., OCTOER 16, 1879. LINES WRITTEN BY E. Thore is no shadow, without a light; There is no day, but brings a night Thoro is no joy. unmixed with pain Thero-i no sunshino, but after rain There is no ovil, without some good No beauty, that is. understood, Tho heaviost crossos, to our sight, Are but given, to lead us to the light The darkest clouds, havq a golden odgo, 4 And the fairest gardens, a thorny hed;o V ome fairest flowers, give poisonous breath ; And some deadly poisons, save from Doath ; Each soul, may reach the lowest deops, Al eoach soul, climb the highest steops Each heart, may know joy's brightest glow And each, the anguish of darkest woe No battles are won, but some have fought; No work, is dono, but some have wrought; Cruel words, from the lips,aro carelessly. tossed, But no kind word was ever lost. No heart so true, it cannot be tried; And none so false, but some good will abide; Tite is none so strong that he cannot fall, And none so 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. — 16 October 1879

THE NEWS AND HERAL1D. .. INNSBO)o, S. 0. THUlSDAT, October 16, 1879, it ...S7AT EIT. JKO. S. 1. R1NOL S. AssoCIATF EI IT011. PanoI,%-:'S recent defeiat inl EIighilnd is explained by a kick he received on the leg froi another horlse while Comn ing up to the post Aor tle start. Rri-:iNs froni Ohio ihow1 thio ele .tion of Foster, lIepuiblicain, by at coil siderable mojority. Both sides chimi 'the Legist:rttire, but. probabilities ftivor' th~e Republicans. Joux Quixvr Aon.us, the gucribera torial eudidate or the striightout Democrats of MlassatzclIusetts, has been defeated tor the otlice tour timitle.. A 1ifth"Oefeat, will not hiurt hii imnuch. utder Is hopetul of beling elected, if Adamts will keep the striights from 'oing over to Long. E-1v. WrIxNs W. lira, wh1io pi'enched Iin Charb'-slon seventil yetu-s ago ani1d then edited the Xine/ecnlh Century, a1 Bourbon 1i)emera ic pa per, anld thenl went., to Florida andl( turneIld lIadicall, anld hald ebar.ges of' imoaiy preferr-ed atgains~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. — 16 October 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. TMUESDAV, October 10, : : 1870. Tlitums OF TEi NEWs AND iIEtRA.D. -Tri-weekly edition, four dollarpe fanulm, lin *advinco; weekly edit oil, two dollars and fifty cents perannum, iIn advalie. iiberi4 discount to clubs bf five and upwards.. Rxrles or Av'n 'ksiu.-Ono dollar per hIch the i -1ti insertion, 0 ad h~fhy cenlts per inch for eacoh sulbsco lent insert 'oni. These. ryttos apply to alil axl vertisemients, of whatev:er nt, ce, and ar0 payalble strictly ill advaice. Con triict for three, six or t.welve 111on1ths manude on very liberal teIms. Traim Sient heal notices, fift'een cents per line for the first Insertion tind sevei and one-hialf cents per line For eachll subseuI~ttInsertion. Obituaries anid tribittes of respect charged as adver I isemients. Simple nniiounielnents o marriages and deaths published free ot charge, aud solicited. All comiunications. of whatsoeycr nature, should he addressed to the WVIrnnshoro Publishing Compan' T Winnsboro, S. C. IginiLoAV S...

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 October 1879

AGRICULTURE. IHAltVSTING BUCJKwilA . - Buck wheat, bdir;g'casily grow'n. succeeding on poorly-prOpared sol1, viving ia quick return, and goerally-.yiolding a re munorative harvest, is A favorite crop with inexperienced farmers. Still, It requires peculiar treatiment in the Iar vesting, and those wiho are not, acqualin ted Nitl it are apt to make imistakes. It requires cutting before it is fully latured; and its habit of throwin gout blossoms at the top itiitil killed 6 yi"bst is apt to mislead. When frost is expec tedl the crop should be cut, and nmany immature grains will become perfect, ilntLite few4 days during which it is dry Ing Un the fiud. Wheziever the lower branches are well loaded with ripe grains, it may be cut. This should be done with the cradle, atd while tile it iks are damp with dew or mioist tafter a shower. The grains aire loosely at tached to their stalkq, and are easily shaken off in the cuttjing or raking, tnt lers these are carefully done. After the swatlbs hav...

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 October 1879

AivA Th [-WEEKI 4Y EDITION. WINNSIX)HO,9 S.. C.9 C()E{1,17.VL 1.N.12 GIVE HIM A LIFT. (ivo hi a lift! don't kneel in prayer, Nor mora' ize with his despair ; The man is down, and his groat need I ready help, not prayer and creed. 'Tie timo when the wounds aro washed and healed That the inward motive be revealed But now, whate'er the spirit be, Moro words are but mockery. One grain of aid just now'is more To him than tomes of saintly lore Pray, if you must in your heart, But give him a lift, give him a start. The world is full of good advice, Of prayer, and praise, and preoaching nice But the generous souls who aid mankind Are scarce as gold and ha'rd to find. (live like a Christian-speak in deeds ; A noble lifo's the beat of creeds; And he shall wear a royal crown Who gives them a lift when they arc down. Zaidee Clare's Pride. Not a word had sie uttered, not a sound had escaped her lips, but she sat looking into the speaker's eysC with a strangely wistful gaze wholly unlike the )rou...

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 October 1879

S AND I W ALD. WINNS13ORo, S. C. BATURiDAY, Otohor 18, 187, n. EANt:LS DA.. PI, T011. JXOe S. RIEYNuLsnN. Assoenn1' RtfaToU. GEOI t-: Wi.i.int( Ct:mris, (lhe editor of llarper's Weekly, rcenti(ly must er cd up corlleage eiouigh to atdv. ie v pliblicanls to scrat ch Corniell's ime111. This iraised suchi a howl rioin lite flaith fill that Gorge has resigned tihe pre:.i doety of the itepiblican party or 1tichmlonld county and gonle ito rle tirement. The imchiie is well or ganized in New York, and Indepeind cit, Repibliemiis stand no chance. The Outlook. Ttiesday's eleciions were thivorable to the lepiubliennis. Iowa is alwais a hopelessly Iadical State, and her ma..1 jorities are almost a.s la rg.(e (In one Side is those of' Kentucky are onl tle olier. (rl[Sixii Shetge 1, (1at i thloltsin ma jority. 'hi letiblican plurality of' thirty (housaind this time hits no sig naifliance. The liep.itblicanis have claiuse for con gratulaion over the result in Ohio. 'verybody excep -t f-w Sanguine ...

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 October 1879

I OWN AND COUNTY. SATURDAY, October 18, : 1879. T'tMs oF TiiCNuws AND lIElIALD. --Tri-weekl( 1y edit(in, tour dollars per nuinl 'advance; weekly editiont, two (ollars d1111(l fiftv vents perauunm, i advunce. Liberal discount to clubs ol live aund upwards. RArE8 Ow ADv EliIsINU .-One dollar per inch for thle fir-st insertion, p ad fitly cenits per inchi Vor each subse leit ir11ti. ''lese rates apply to III ad vertisvlleltdf,of w'hatever It itI ce, an1d are pavable Strictly ill ldvalle. Con) tracts 'or three, si'x or tVelve Imloinits made onl very lIibal trs rn sent. local notices, fifleenl centts per line for the first insertion 11nd sevenI and one--hal' centws pie ine for each subseu plit inserlion. Obituaries an11d tributes of respect charged I. d :er tisemlenits. Simple 11111n mieinl'Int A of 1larriages and deaths published free or cliarge, and solicited. All coilmnillications, of whatsoeve' nture, shotild be addrossed to the Wvinl1sboro Piblishinug CompanI.N 9 Winnsboro, S. C. R ...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 18 October 1879

4* tAbout four nilcessoiitl of Fort Walsh, in the Indian Comity, Is tile caitip of some1 two thoulsand Jllaekfect 11ndialns, Who have heeni celebratig thlell Ann11111 Ci g-feast antd p~reformng the~r great sin (Itilee. Riecently severali of the Monted oli lIce (leterminted to go over and1( see Mihat was goig on. We slceecde1 In hiing ai numbher of Ini~il ponies, So 8111111 thalt after st rapping o)il thtemi 0111. large Iiially3 sad(1dl1s it wouild haive beenl (ilhielilt tor t a la to decide I' i~whethier the~ .921(l(let; were. oil the potnies or thet ponies unider the saicle. It wold~ have 11Ipeared thalt thec speed was muore due t~~4~~ I tot he contlinal wor4)king of te arms11 mid( legs of the t'i(141i, a12(1( to teir' ceaseless swinginig of (ft!e bl~ies cilrried by3 thiemtis %Onlips, thien to tiny3 effort of thle concleClld (1d0idrllped. When we( t~ol to) Ole Inianii eeaIljl)leitll We foUI11 i 11 t rile 1 11 ( 1 formed a large circular hower, 01' airbor of boughs, covered with ban...

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 October 1879

TiU-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. o., OCTOBER 21, 1879. yrA rT( ._mr 1 I - WFARINESS. 0. littlo foot ; that such long years Must wonder through hopes and fears, Must acho and blood beneath your load qi I, noaror to the waysilo inn, Whoro toil shall cease and rest begin, Am weary, thinking of 3our road. O, little hands, that weak or strong, Iavo still to servo, or rulo so long, Have still so long to give or ask I, who 5o much with book and pen Iave toiled aniong my follow mon, Am weary, thinking of your task. 0, little hearts, that throb and boat W th such impatient, feverish heat, 1Huch lim itless and strong desiro Mine, that so long has glowed and burned, With passions into ashes turn( d, Now covers and conceals its fires. THE RIVALS. What u horse he was I and Abel's own, too. Ah I it was a proutd day for Abel 'when lie paid his long-hoarded two hundred and sat in his own teani- man independ enit of the world-in its truest sense a rich Abel was in a thriving way. He owned neat home...

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 October 1879

THE NEWS AND HERALD. - WVINNSBORO), 8. 0. TUCADAY, Octoter ft, : 1870, It- M ANS )A ., EwRoa. JNO. H. REYXOIDS. AsCIAT& KANTON. 4 AN now they say that Gilbert's joke of "hardly ever" was invectd by a Latin -r3 aCt-ciieenliliariMitveus it'l hat it a x1id v r. a . T th::ut mipni (OVA'411teiboliggih bml vof 'clemA vth the eni er riet ei W i .ir - ten pIi h up lid ~ i~r, h6oe(dlkqtbegoisInwe~l.. know n IjiornsidWIUd tU.'".&dt ln t-dl t. A* it es 0 J50Iftiikt thld(1 Ae other adjoining counties will swell the meeting. 'We -' uegldenedewd~a .ttv- firhs h YiW ,I n'~ diV "d~db 6?e' ifin'reirsed products as well as by her peoplei. . It, intADooeMthk'h4ig a'hh'b-.'. iir 9 ,"bm K'49114("o" ))irmiqw J.,lil t.3g~ 95,1.9lek )PQh 'g , iAlpg. *h fe~OgiJthn ta~ Jia haheeu reduced; to three cents a ile, And'exhinst tg itt~tBd~df+ T-e n An htets " In-l eIq, fly ) 11juidMi r , 4A . 111 W Id TM TMv,o Itarttieaiaud~ho boy ao obK1os oaresqendthe A en iof * .toduIsotpdwmnyimes,aWe hown fav(r hU le 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 October 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. TUICSDAY, Octobor 'l, 1870. T11((.I ,I' Till-:N IwVs AND II EltA.\l. -Tri-weekly (dit ioni, 1o1r dollIrs pVr Itfin/tI , i n I v3kII(e ; welyv I edition, t wo dollarns an Ilt y e1n 4's perf)IMMIMI, - in IdvanIem. Liberali (iscollIlL to Clubs Of five a lle inwilrtis. \T~'iss; OF1 Aiiv F: 1is1~iN .-Olle dloll1il per inch For tie irst insertion, .nl 111*1y cenits pet inlch For each lslibsen4 wilt inserti1onl. These rates aipply to a11 utl 1 1111 lO ('eli 1IiS06 6(16 I1 I' iIFo l rel. e, six or Iw lv v illl-ha 11'1lV1Il'5 cr I-.-ti 61v:)!Ie4. ( 'om Illtle t ll ivery N Ib 0' lii s.I' iit - 1int local l i res166', Iifteen'1 4e's'' tw6' ie Cor. Ole fi'sI il(sel'ilol 1111 sve l 14l64 lle-lf 1141''ll-t per lille Ow' 1ch ' l 11111111illt in er ioll. )1i)ilullies :1 4I triblts (11' respect chalr-ed aI" atN-ive 1-t .i; lle . tl iv 1illilo (We ei '111liso lw~niris a ndclloth puli she. cre oI ;chi'l and h lie d.~ rtmnW ilbn 1uunrM, Xhonhl badeIll .o th Winnbor Pu"iin 'mpan 11. .\ ...

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 October 1879

Forbes' Ulde* l Mr. Forbes of the London .Ncws, gives the following account of his ride after the bat tle of Ulandli, Zululand :'"Many mnen1 tried to dissuade 11; 16y enterprisc was f'reely d1a. .ollcterized as8 'milnIless. ' EVelyn Wood was the lIst. numnIn to tirge an31 o)j(( 11in, an1d wheln thatI lita1d in avail, he gave meI a tiilegrain for- his wife. 'Ile iight wias il just falliing its I rode upI) the sieep rugged ritek from the langer into lie iisli. I was riding a( dark cliest nut horse, wliose plick aid staying power I knew well, and I ieant to test both. 3My great effort was ( ttra verse as imuch ground ats possible before it got (uite dark, for I did not like the inter Vil of pitchny darkness before the moon shou'lil rise abtotit eight o'clock. Ho 1 sent the ehestinit along at best pace. It was 1 gicsonie ride, and I would sooner he sho. at for two hours t It stretch than t) (0 it again. Tiere was no road, only a conf u 1sion of wagon tracks, through the long grass, made...

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 October 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., OCTOBER 23, 1879. .OL. III.-NO 115.4 EVENING IN THE WOODLAND. Tho shadows of ove woro stealing. with their noisoless fairy foot, And the evening bol was poaliig Its melody low and swoet. I loft behind me the city, With its hot and stilling air, F or my heart was sad with pity For its toil, anid grief, and care. I sought, with the freo light of heaven, Burcoase of the weary strife, Where to sylvan sconos were givon Tho breath of a purer life. And by grassy nooks I wandered, Adown by a woodland glado, Where a tiny brook moandored 'Neath the silent leafy shado. The beams of the sunset golden Shono into my heart's dark night. And I thought of the promise olden. "At evening it shall be light." And the holy oalm pervading Filled my soul with glad deep peace, Like the joy of the day unfading, When the night of tears shall cose. The Marked Cheek. 'Is this Mr. Ruishton's?" It was a handsome young man who asked this question. And the girl who had opened 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 October 1879

_THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNSBORO, s. c. TtIURSDAY, October 23, 1870, 8O.. R EYNOLDS. VM0CATF EDtTOR. Pl-:NNsYLsANr.A ait IM ANsChtisetts aure said to be solidifying for lavard. FonTrY-iumn, million diollar1s inl sp-_ Cie has been broigit tthis cot t ry from Eutrope inl the pla nlinemoh. This is the best way of inlting our DAym DAVIS rrIews rI)CVk .llir's prophecy tihlit (nimt will be the nex1 President, and will nevo- leave lhe White IIouse alive. All this talk does good, as Grant's only weak poiit a; a caididate arises froiml tle t'leur of a perpetity of power inl catse of his ele tion to at third terme. Tnti ro-r.11. Gireenback vote in Ohio Is put down it eight thouisa nl. Lati year theGreenback ticketreeie thity-ei- tos I :tI(d. The Green back [arly i I[own hts alIo 1nulied away. IH all file .t-public ii ( reen-i backers are retiurnt in- to i-' i r oi aillegituice, why1% Should no4.tiall Illenl,.. ci'utic Greenbacke. Ill back into liin. -with ile 011y p11ay t:1i enln ave tin colin...

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 October 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. T' JUSDAY, Octobie a3, : 189. T'.:inis of Tunli NIE.wS ANI> 11:IRALD. ---Tri-weekly edition, fourl dolhiriS per aan, in advainco; weekly edition, two (tollr andlity ens per(011nn11, inl advance. Liberal discottitl, to clubs of live and uil rds. R1-A:S oP Any i.:irriN4:.-OneC do) hair per inchl f1or thll- first inlsertion, v 'Id 111y ceits per inch 1 61 o el ai tseq ii in sl ion. lese rates apply to :ill ad ver iseme nI I It', o I teove I n it ' 1re, In d are. payabhle sictdly inl advanic. Coil *r.t fo (tlw-ey ,six orf w le m nh nn1de on very I i libe ralI f v I I ,. TI m1 ie 1al 14 i': >tI ces, liven ceil per 0i for 1th i'l inser t 1111d Seven HIMidi 1.02 Illa's i e I I S( (i a(d on*e-:ial ents per in for. each subequn'tnserin. Obi wtars. I.2rits of retpect chargd as adver It iseiin. Sim.ph alinnieeItns of nularriages and devath" puiblishied freec of charlge, ml7 Solicited. All comintIenI11ctions,, or whatsoever nI.(ture, should be tuhlrelo ssed to ei Winnsbor...

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 October 1879

AGRICULTURE. 1iINTS ON FOOD FOn 1I0tl"Es. -The foundationi of many diseases Is laid in feeding all horses in the same propor t onbs, without any regard to atge, con - atgitionl, or tile work Which the horsoe is requ (Jired to do. The impropr oie of uha cotirse Is readily semi. Bhad hay hlas not, protper r, oilrishi ent, i-[ it, ther-e fore It. oild be poor policy to yitI -imnply because tiI, Oit)h , as it. Is often very der 111 1 the ed. Old horses will -do better on chafr than on hay, ais they c iew and dige.t It better, There Is, not s oudl nutrimnent InI gras or hay alone to support a horse well dlider ha rd work. Corn which h s en dabut aged IS very inju1triOUS, aLS it Will produlee nI lmnialtion of thle bowels and Skin diseases. oat's and c ornl are the biest. nouirlinwnt, when at horse Is worked hard, bt. it noitt, shouid be chlely. hay, bcause orn anl oatssupply more slourishlm3eitand itslih-making iinatorl than any other kind of food; but hay not, so nsitch. For i coach iors...

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. — 25 October 1879

_too_ E ib. TRI-WEEKIL EDITION. WINNSB()HO, S. C., OCTOBER 23, 1879. SWEDISII NATIONAL 8ONG. BY OSCAR FIEDItIK KINe OF NOtWAY AND RWHDNN. Rateo the flag, dorld-honored bannor! Itaise her on tho highest topi Urovp your sword, each laurolod hero! (lolden momnory, glowing hope. Go with Sweden's banner IpI! See the oroms on her b uo boson; Glory's gold on honor cast, Sacred p e Igo in battlo's fury. Every hour he conquers surely, Who in God at no stands fast. Dragon tonguos so tireless ivaring, Like a viking's lance of llarno, Every danger foarless brarinig. Through tho soa'a blue hai, praitiin, Toli to all, your fadoless fuli. What a grand, illustrious story, Writes upon our Ilan-, our braves When to somo far countrios go they, And o'er war-flolfle won with glory, Still their deathloe valor waves. Hail theo! guardian of our glory! lail thoo! tears' anl triun ph's faiend! Bie thy past thy I uturo story; Still, through death and dngors gory, Thou our fathers' falth forfend. Wave on high,...

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. — 25 October 1879

THIE NEWS AND IIElRALD. WINNSBORO, 8. C. EATURDAY, October 25, : 1879, tt. MR ANS DA VrTS, 10,rrou. I (JKO. S. JUE l'oLDS. ASSOCIATH Er Tou. CA1"rAJN v. W. D.\wsoN has re turned to Clarlestoi after a suininer spent. in Europe, aniid resumes Iis edi toriil labors'withi renewed vigor. We welcome hii back to the home of his i Iiadoption. PRoFiissc lBiKov stoutly main tailus the inportance of' his coal discov ry. New beds have becul founld near Augusta, Georgia, nd a CoinpaIly with a capital of fifty ilousnIIld dollars to develop is projected. The (icorria Rtailroad will experimeint w ith two tonls of thw coal. Private parties in Columbia report satisfactory results. SENATORS VANCE AND 1111,i, have re eently passed through tho inlterview mill. The former favors inicock es the strongest. man to oppose t he (;rant boom. Hit believes tint the South is I ~opposed to Tilden, anld allso (o Bayardp( because tie latter pigeoni-holed the sil ver bill. Tildenl will probably perish in the present ...

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. — 25 October 1879

TOWN ANUY COUNTY. SATURDAY, Octobor 25. 1 : i 1870. TERMs oF Tn Nws AND HIERAL,. -Ti-weekly edition, four dollars per annut, iII advance; weekly edition, two dollars and ifty cents perannun, iII advance. LiAboral discount, to clubs of five and upwards. RATES OF Al vrismNG.--ne dollar per inch for the first insertion, o ad fifty cents per inch for each subseo sent Insertion. These rates apply to : il ad vertisements, of whalever nato' ee, and are payable strictly in advance. Con tracts for three, six or twelve months made on very liberal terms. Tran sient local notices, fifteen cents per line for the first insertion and seven and one-half cents per line for elhe subsequent insertion. Obi tunries and tributes of respect charged as adver tisements. Simple ait)noumnements 01 marriages and deaths published free ot charge, and solicited. Al communications. of whatsoever nature, should he addressed to the Winnsboro Publislihig Company! Winnsboro, S. C. R tLOAD Sen .i~ss.-The follow ing is ...

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. — 25 October 1879

iltorning in Venieo. Little by little business began to'take possession of * the streets. Bakers' shops and butchers' shops and fish stalls were opened; the din of countless blacksmiths and coppersmiths filled the air at every turn, as though the making of locks and kettles and chimney-pots were *ttb one usurping industry of the world; h1 iced women called ill the people to come and partake of baked pumpki), fresh and hot ; and the melody of mingled street cries grew to a chorus of supplication. Lately risen maidens lowered baskets from their balconies, and fished up eat meat, or bread, or onions, or other house hold supplies, lowered the coppers for payment, gathered their scanty raiment, about them, and withdrew. The vender we knew him at the opera-pocketed his money, tossed his load on his head, and yelled his noisy way down the alley. In the Piazza beyond the lialto, where early activity most centres, I took up a commanding position at an out-of-door table, and ordered my "white...

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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