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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 6 November 1879

SCIENCE. Many-toed Horses.-Professor 0. C. Marsh has a brief but interesting article on " Polydactyle Horses, recent and ex tinct," in the Juno number of The American Journal of Science and Arts, In which he cites several curious lustances of extra digits in tie foot of the modern horse, anid shows that these revorsions to an older type are far more numerous than is commonly supposed. As to the ancestors of Lhese animals, says the Professor, there can be no doubt. Amer ica is the original home of the horse, and during the wlhote of Tertiary time this continent was ocoupied withicqulne mammials of many and( various forms. Although all thiese became oxtmect be.. - fore thle discovery of tIs country, thecir abundant remains mark out the geneal ogy of the horse In all almost unbroken successi oil of' forms. If we examine the remains of the oldest revresentatives of the norse in his country we shall ind that these ailmals 'vere polydactyle, and of small size. As the line was eon timued 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. — 8 November 1879

rIl-WEEKY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., NOVEMBER 8, 1879. VOL. 111.-NO. 121. WHARUM WEINEST DU SO SEHi Comuo sad misfor,uno's pinioned thrall, (Jne sorrow's placid look ; Throw o'er your ohoson.one the fall, Thu network of your book. Why should we sigh at fited stroke ? Why mourn for t easures lost ? Or why despond ? the stars invoke 'To guildo us from t:eir post? Golconda's bank-4, or Ophir's cove Their luore lios uufurled ; Thos. are alluromonts. look above, Gol woos you from the world I Ilid sun shines bright o'er weary heads, Ills flow're sprinA 'noath their foot, Ilis b.rds sing sweetly 'bove their beds, Our ears their oarol groot. Then why despair? but welcome thou Misfortune's'stern behost I Aurora smilos, tho peaceful bow, Uod's earth for you is dressed. Then como misfortunes piniojed thrall, Come sorrow's placid look ; Draw o'er your chosen one the pall, The not-work of your book. Something More Than a Clerk. Laura Carlisle stood where scarcely a half dozen women in the room w...

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. — 8 November 1879

TIE NEWS AND HERALD, WINNSBORO, F3. *ATUIMAY, November 8, r s 1870-, 7- NA -Y19 DA r"S, EDITORt. *NQ. U. RErNOLDS. AssocIATI EDITOR. ITi s reported tAt Mayor Maildin, ofGreenville, and General Gary will buy the material of the Greenville Nes and start a nlew p)aper In that city. Greeiville has been unfortuinfe i Its papers. A number have failed. Yet we see no reason why the city should not support one. Volt vm past year all the Republi can leaders from the President down - have been proclaiming a state of wvar, Wh1ie. revolution in all its horrors havo been depicted in vivid colors. Yet M1r. Hayes now appoints the 27th of November as a day of thanksgiving for the remson, among others, that there has been a "general prevalence of dour-stiec tranquility." Whether thanks should be given over. the Ohio election or over Zuch Chandler's de mise, is left for the public to decide. A s'rnAN feature Of the great stoek speculations now going on in New York is that the creditors of Ja Cooke wil...

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. — 8 November 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. SATURDAY, Novomber 8, : : 1879. New Advertisoments. Assignic's Sale-T. K. Elliott. Attorney's Sale-T. K. Elliott. Clerk's Sals-W. 11. Kerr, Clerk. Citation-J. It. Boyles, J. 1'. F. C. Buildimg and Loin Association.-D. It. Flenniken, Secretary. Jenns-.J. F. McMit-Master & Co. A ugusta Store-Jolh L. i lim naugh. * * BV a ludicrous mistake, the1 latter portionl of' tO local oin tile Peabodv Fuind ill Tlrslty's paper was tcked oil to the en(d o! *ill editorial Concern ing Scloo!s in the county. No doubt the tu t. Zion Societ v was Surprised to see itself called uponl to have a iectinlg to Consult about tile condition of sehools inl tho county. if our youg nivent want to letrin how to pop the question, I hey should go to the court-houlso to-iiglt. * * Nl.:Wv Goon>".31r. J. L'. M'nag com1es to the front tis morning with the alllotuliceieill of' it iew line of (y goods and other alrticles in the iewest si.yes. ie ladies are special ly invited to call. Messrs. J. F. ...

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. — 8 November 1879

Hani-Readig. riThe theories for determining personal traits from manifestations made in shaking hands must include many of the priuciples underlying the art, of palmistry, which, without studying it seriously, has had a strong fascination for me, as it. has for most persons when their attention is once attracted to It. It Is anl anclent, art. The Gypsies have had some knowledge of it from thie inmemorial, and yet it is still older than this singular race. Those versed in its recondite lore state that it was pursu ed in connection with magic. alchemy, and other occult sciences; by the priesthood of -early Egypt. An intelligent Jew has in formed ine that among his people are many traditions referrihg to its practice by then in remote ages. As one interesting legend runs, Moses mastered its secrets while dwelling at the Court of the Pharoahs, and when leading the hosts of Israel out of boi dage made continual use of the knowledge it gave hin. Thus no Hebrew was instai led into an ofilc...

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. — 11 November 1879

7111WEEKY EDTIO. WINN130-RO S.C,NYA1E.l 8 SING 0UOKOO, When the grapa is mown and bonds the grain Before the sicklo's koon caress, Whon shrilly croaks the loaded wain And groans the spouting older-press, A flying shout from the haunted wood, By tanglod thicket and roaring flood, Merrily ringeth the bright day through Ouckoo! Ouckool When bloating lambking nok tho fold And from the farm-yard barks the dog, When rusts tho sunset's'wealth of gold And fields are dronobed in rivor fog, While flits the bat in the village stroots This unlsoon, magical voice repeat. * A mournful chant 'mid the failing dow Ouokool Cuokool When stars are brightest in the sky And low the spectral orosceut swims, When from the woodland o,mos a cry And o'er the marsh the owlet skims, While all the life of the glad day sloops A ghostly watchor his vigil keeps, Bitterly weeping the long night through cuokool cuokool Beneath the sun my spirit sings Like you, dh, bird a moasu 0 gay, But through the night, on loaden ...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 11 November 1879

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNSUOo., k3. U. TUESDAT, .ovember 11, r: 1870, .v - . m -. . REYNOLDS. ASSOCIATI HRI''n. The New York Election. The New York State ticket, except fhe governor, i still !it doubt, an(Id an oilcial Counit llay be lecesssary to (le. ternino the result. Kelly received about seventy thoulsaind votes, but Cor - nell ran about twenty-fivo thouisanld votes behind thel rest of the Republicaln ticket, and his plurality will not ex ceed filty thousand. Had the Demo crats bei united for governor, Cornell would have been badly beaten, i flat fully appreciated by the liepublican papers. The Philadelphia Ties, an independent. paper, anid ia very able Ju,urnal, takes a calm view of (he sit u ation, which we commend to the care ful Consideration of Our read1ers. It, must be iemembered that last year, owing to the Greenback dflectioi, the lepublivans carried the State by thir ty t.housand plurality. This year de spite the Retmblican tidal wave, and the demoralization alwav; att...

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 November 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. TUESDAY, Novembor 11, a : 1810. New Advertisements. Miaster's Sale--Silas Johinstone. IStrayed-W. N. Alilling. A Card-James 0. McCants. Protessor Reado delivered Ils lee tur0 on 8atlrdly evening . in the Coirt flouse, but Oving to the ex citcuaeut,, CoIseguncit upon the fire, lie had a much smialler house than ie deserved. lie hopes to pay Wills boro a visit -;oon under better auspices. The Kiligils of 11011or have buried f w'enty-three nembers of their order ill Alc;llplis Since tile presenC11t lever sellsoI began. Also t-weity meiilbers oIf luilies. They have treated one hundred and filly-eighl persolns, and expended in.aill $7,A)2.20. FAnw.:mAnno.m.-Tho Carolina 81uri says: Tho annual exhibition f1 A r. J . lemiig J.iro'Ws Academy nlear E,lb(Athel (hrc ily ivll Unionl Count y will take place next Friday. The pub lie ire invited. Wc regret that we are unable to attlnd on tile inlvit.ation of, the prilvipml. Ile is clo1ing 1)up his thlird year's work at hLlik place...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 11 November 1879

Great Telescope Olasse. The glass for the now refracting tele scope ordered by the Russian Government, when completed, will be the largest in the world. Its extreme diameter will be from thirty one and one-half to thirty-two Inches, with a clear aperture of thirty inches. J Three years and one-half are allowed for its completion-two years to procure the rough disks and eighteen months for grind tension of time, provided good and sufficient reasons are given for the failure to finish within the specitled period. When Ilnished the glass will be mounted in Hamburg. The cost of the glass alone will be $32,000. The material for the glass will probably be furnished by French manufacturers, the Clarks finding their disks to be most trust worthy. As the procuring of glass of a density as nearly uniform as possible, and free from flaws, is of the utmost importance, Mr. Alvan 0. Clark left for E'urope to a certain the prospect of a careful complet ion of that part of the contract. I Ic was4 a...

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 November 1879

- -;t1 -2 T R.- --Y --D--I.-...- ._........... . . . . . . . . . _____ _ _____ _._ZIet. .wa,e-tbe.- ___ f.. TRI-WEEK(LY EDIT1ION. WINNSBORO, S. C., NOVEMBIE~R 13, 1879. VOL. 111.-NO. 123. LITTLE PHIL. "Make me a headbiard, wits or, smooth and painted you l10, Onr ma "ho (ied la,st witc-r, an I Hator and Jack and me Ii 1t Hiniday could hardly flod her, iso many now grave about. And Bud cried out, 'We've loit hir,' whelk Jack pave a little "Isont. We have workied anil tiavoti all wintor--boont huagrv no.attininH, I own ilut we hi tle much fr.am fathor undur the Old door stoie. Jito never gops thero to oe 1er ; lIo hato,d ler ; scolded Jack Vhon ho beard us talking about her and wish ing she'd como back. But up in the garret wo whisjor, an-l have a good time to cry, Our beautiful mother who k.seod us, and was'nt afraid to dio. Put on It, that she w-is forty, in Nov, mber sh, wont away, That she woas the best of Tnothers. and wo havo'nt forgot to pray; And wo mesn to be at ulo taux ht u...

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 November 1879

ME NEW MAD HERALD WINNSBORO, 5. . T11 URSDAY, Wovenbor IS, t: 1870, *o MRA AVIV DA Y78, 1DiTon. 8.N., R EYOLDS. AssOcIATR DITOR. The Loss of the Champion. Xt Charleston wa greatly excited on Saturday by Che loss of the stelilmer 1hrtmpion, with thirty of the crew and passengers. Among the drowned were Mrs. A. 0. Andrews, a charm ing lady, mid her daughter, Aiss Mikell, of Charleston, "Mr. J. 13. Marvin, of Columbia, was also among thie missing. As the steamer and the ship saw each other before colliding there must have been soni gross mis management. Captain Lockwood's story is given in another column. The steamer sank so ral)idly that boats could tinot be lowered, andti tie ladies were all asleep. The Cham p)ion was bnitt for Vandclrbilt twenty years ago, of wood and iron, and had IA ~mado t wo hundr01ed anid sixty-six trip)s bot.weeni New York and hlestonile sice the war. Shte was rated ait first claos. The day after flhe Champion was lost, J1e Steamner Falcon?, Of the Daltimore a...

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 November 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY TLURSDAY, November 13, * : : 1870 Now Advertlsements. N4w Goods-J. M. Beaty. Klnghts of Ilonor-E. S. Chandler. Card-J. S. Connor. Cotton sold in Winnsboro at 11 and 1li. The market weak. Examino Lauderdale's Prints, 17 yards for one dollar. Tho treasurer collected twelvo hu-ti dred more 101polls this year up to the first of November than for the saime time last year. Every property owner in No. 7, except two, paid ip by the first of November. Col. John T. Slomr, Jr., who rep resented Solicitor Gaston in the ha beas corpus case before Judge Mackey in Columbia, made a strong argullellt. Colonel Sloan is a very successVil law yer, a fiaet due both to the native abili ty and tile zeal he displays in tile Con duct of all matters entrusted to his viare. We are pleased to see f'oim our correspondence that the Graded School at Feasterville has already begun. Mr. Busby, the principal, has been sne cessfully engaged in teaching for several years, laving been lately in charge o...

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 November 1879

Under the; Axe. The Jailer of Moabit prison in Betliu, en tered on the 24th of September, 1850, a dark cell, in which a tail man, 11Pwith long black hair, and a pair of restless dark eyes in a face by no means unprepossessing, was chained to the wall. "Sefeloget" said the jailer, in a tremu loUs Voice, "Will you he a man? The prisoner looked at. him with an expression of terror. lie muttered a few intcolorent. words. "To-mlorlow at day-break," pro eecdod the Jailor, "all will be over." The1 pr B mer sprang to his feet. The clanking of his chains caused the Jailer to shuddcr. "You mean that I shall not be amlong the land of the living to-morrow morning at daybreak ?" he gasped stepping close up to the jailer. The latter nodded his head. "You will now be prepared for the scaf fold, Sefeloge," he said to the prisoner. Sefeloge uttered a cry of torror, and stag gered back to his h1umble couch. I'm not prepared to die," he moaned, bursting into tears. "l18 there no hope ?" 'None. IIe wil...

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. — 15 November 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, 8. C., NOVEMBIR1,17.VL 1.N.14 FADES THE DAYIGHT. Fades the daylight, and the shadows Slowly gather on the lawn ; Now the night falls on tho meadows, And the light of day is gone. In the darkness which enfolds mo Tender memories come once more How each thought enehains and holdd me Of the dear ones gone beforo. Not in pain and not in sorrow Think I of the loved ecos gone; Every night has still a raorrow, Darfness but precedes the dawn. Were it not for heart-ties r.% on, For the friends that come no more, There would be ~no hope of heaven In the bright forevermore. So while shadows darken o'or me, Sit I at the close of day ; Loved, lost features are before me, Faces, which have passed away; Voicos which made happy laughter Come again in tones of love; Sweetly echoes follow after Twilight angels bond above. Is it daylight which is fading P Light of day which now must fleo ? It is but the happy shailug Of a brighter day to be. So when twilight dreams have ...

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. — 15 November 1879

V~TI* NEW AND1 H~'1ERAL~D. *S BORO. C. SATURIDAY, November 18, e BrTANS DAv-S, Ef)ITOR. . S. RNYNOLPS, ASMoIATH ENITOR. iE ELIEFCTION Ietuins thiS fall show I nuttilber of ulnustlgliv small mlalori ties, and the result is mero chance. In 1874 1u* favored the Democrats, a iniber of Congressmen and minor officials being elected by fiom one to twenty majority. This year luck was oitw Republican side. In NeVw Jer Sy a Democratic Assembliman had eighteen majority, and three ]Republi cans pluralities of one. five and ten votes respectively. in another dis trict, Williams, Republican, received 1,273 votes. Wi. I. Brown, Demo crat, 1,272, and two were cast for W. 1. R Brown. If Brown gets these, aR he should, he would have o1e majority. But the board is Republi can. Seventeen votes thus elect four Republicans, and give that party coil trol of the lower branch of the Legisla ture. In Now York Strahan, Iepub lican, Is elected Senator by twenty-six votes in a poll of twenty-two thousand. SoME....

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. — 15 November 1879

ADTRAY, N Dvsmber 1. N TyuIs op THE NEws AND) --TriAeklV edition, four 411%, annue, in advance; weekl , f''op" two dollars and fifty cents um lit advance. Liberal discou 'I lubs of live and upwards. RATES Op ADvVERT1stK_.-One dollar herinch for the firstAinheton, aid R), cents per inch for each 6ubsoq ient Insertion. These rates apply to all ad Vertisemnents, of whatever natO &-a, and are pavable strictly in advance. Con tracts "for three, sIx or - twelve months made on very liberal terms. Tran. Wlent local notices, fifteen cente per line for the first inseftion and seven and one-half cents per line - for each subsequent isertion. . Obituaries and tributes of respect charged'as adver tisements. Simple announcements o Inarriages and deatho published fee ot charge, and solicited. All commneations of whatsoever nature, should be -addessed to the Winnsboro Publishing Companyl Winnsboro, S. C. New A4vertivements. Sheriff's Sales-Juo. B. Davis, S. F. C. Shaving'saloon--Hutchesoil &...

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. — 15 November 1879

A Wicked1 Olt Ontleman. Nice old gontlomani he was; big white waistcoat, low Out shoes, bald head and sliver-bowed spectacles. Ue led in the singing on Sunday evening In the hotel parlor, aid snag that old fashioned bass iII "Coronatlotin,'" and "China'' in tiht sonorons up and down style which country elcoriters u1sed to practice in accompanying the big tiddle and withal had the blaii(I beievolent, look of a good old l) coiintry (eacon. He was "lookihg rouil the house" next nighit, and stepped in where Some, of the boys were pliying cards-some thing where they were talking of "calls" and "raises" and "seelig.'' The boys looked a little diseoncerted, but the old mnim didni't say aniythiiig, till the hand wias played oit, an(I one of the party, under pretence of having an engagement., winked to the ofthers and said lie must go, intending to break up till the old man had gone away and then resume tihe game. But he had scarce turnedI his back wlen the aged visitor renmarked : -- "I won...

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 November 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBOlO, S. C., NOVEMBER 18, 1879. VOL. II.-NO. 125. REST, My feet are wearied, and my hands aro tired My soul oppressed ; And with desire have I long desirod, Rout-only rest. 'Tie hard to toil. when til is almost vain, In barren ways ; 'Tis hard to sow, and never garner graii In harvest days. The birdeni of my dia i is hard to b ar. But God knows best ; Aul I have prayedbut vain has been iny prayer For rest-sweet rest. Tia hard to plat-t in spring, and never reap The autumia yield 'Tis hard to till, and whon 't-s tilled to weep O'er fruitless field. And so I ory, a weak and human ery, So heart-opprossed ; And so I sigh, a weak and human sigh, For rest-for rest. My way has wound across the desert years, And cares infest 3My path; and through thd flowing of hot toa 0 I pine for rest. 'Twos always so, when still a child I laid On mother's breast 3My wearied little head; o'en then I prayed As now, for rest. A nl I am roetless still ;'twill soon be o'er For, down 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. — 18 November 1879

THE NEIVW AND IIRALD. WINN8BOrO, S. 0. TUESDmY, November 18, a t 187t I. AR ANS DA VI, EDITOR. *JZQ. N. REYNOLDR, ASS001ATE TDITOR. TREAlsuimi LEAHIJART says that the State will pay all expenses this year aind have a balance of ovor a hunired thousvd dollars In the treasury. ATrTonNlr'General Youmans is il Washington in atteldance on the United States Supreme Court. The holders of the bills of the Bank of the State employed Conkling and Chain berlain to condtict their case. The State was represented by General Youians and General DeSaussure. The Court had decided in favor of the constitutionality of the act, and the effort Is making to get it to re verse the former decision. General Youmlans has been quite successful. He won the case against the Air Line Road and one against the Savninah and Charleston Road, compelling them to pay a heavy arrearage of taxes. Who are Bolters I The Charleston 1.emoerat, so-called, h1as propounded. some queries "to the Winnsboro and other Bolter papers...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 18 November 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. TUESDAY, November 18, : : a 1879. 'ituMS OF1 TII.: NEWS AND lTIIlA TD. -Tri-weekly edition four dollars 'per annan, InI advouclmo; weekly edlitionl, t wo dollars and fifty cents per annum, in alvance. Liberal discount to clubs of five and upwards. JrATES OF ADvERTISING.-On0 dollar per inch for the first insertion, a wd fifty cents per inch for each subsq tont insertion. These rates apply to all ad vertisom6nts, of whatever n'atv 1-e1 and are payable strictly in advantec. Con tracts for three, six or twelve months m11ado ol vory liberail tormns. Tran sicuit, local notices, fifteen eits per lino for the first insertion and seven und onie-hilf cents pr lino for each Subsequent inisertion. Obi tunries and tributes o1 respect charged ats aidver tisements. Simlo" anitlcemients o marriages and deaths published free oI chargo, and solicited. All communications, of whatsoever nature, should be addresse(d to the Winnsboro Publishing Company Winnsboro, S.C. New Advertismenonta...

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