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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 18 November 1879

Fronter Lie. In August, 1878, Henry Dillard, a young man about twenty years of ago, was returning from Fort Griffin to his home on the Brazos. lie had been to the Fort to sell a load of produce on the day before. Ile was driving a pair of mules, and in the wagon with hin was his little brother Willie, ahout thir teen years old. Having attended a ball on the night previous, Dillard felt drowsy. When about fifteen miles from the Fort, as he was dozing on the wagon-seat, little dreaming of the drama in which he was to play a prom Inent part, he wassuddenly aroused by the sound of laughter and the tramp ling of horses, Ie had driven al most into the midst of the party of thirty Indians, who were moving to wards ilim. Instantly comprehending the situation, he reached down and picked up his gun. The foremost In dian, who was iearly abreast of him, now fired at Dillard, the ball cutting away his temporal lock and anoi b:u, - Ing the scalp. Dillard fired a shot or two, but found that the sh...

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 November 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., NOVEMBER 20, 1879. VOL. 111.-NO. 126. ON THE BLY. How oft at twilight hour We two went floating off upon tho'wavol The west resplendent with its sunset dower, The east all luminous, yet softly grave The ocean spread around, Just ruffled, yet reflecting every hue, Marking with foam each emerald islet's bound And gliding back its billows to renew. Then the lone sea bird sped Ito trackless way with many a plaintivocry; The winds swept slowly, and from ocean's bed Rose perfumes that e'en now seem gath ering nigh. Loaning on idle oars, We gazed on hills whose feet were on the sand; Their crowns rose grandly where the sunlight ponl s Its last rich flood on rippling sea and land. In all the long. bright past When ocean,earth and sky,in blest accord, Their spell of light, song, motion, round us cast There are no dearer hours in memory's ward The cup our lips did press In'that glad time was trembling to the brim With its swift draft of mortal happiness N...

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 November 1879

ITIMh NEWS AND HERALD. WINNSBORO, 13. 0. TlIUXSDAY, November go, t : 1870, R. fNANS DA VI, EDITOR. ONO-e 8. RPYNOLDS, AssoIATV EDITOR. JrnuE KUEnSHIA w declines to be colie a candidate for governor. 1ie prefers the bench. The State would be fortunate inl having Judge Ker shaw inl any position. 11ON. FERNANDO IEAMAN Was ap poifted to succecd Zach Chandler in tho Senate, pending the meeting of the Legislature ; but he declined the honor, ad ex-Governior Baldwin was ap pointed and he accepted. Who over heard of a Senatorship going begging before? lion Toonns immortalized himself a few days ag) )y seldilig a telegram to the nianagers of the (rant receptiol in Clicago, in which lie said: "le fought for his government. I fought for mine. lie won and I lost. I am ready to flIght again. Death to the Union," and lie still sticks to it. Most people thought 1h0 mal1de anll ass of himliself, al(I the comments of the newspapers, North and South, are not calculated to make the old man happy. lie ...

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 November 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. THUIRSDAY Novemuber 20, : : : 1870. Ti-nMS OF Tiun NiWS AND IILn ALD. -Tri-weeklv editioi, four dollars Par annum, in. Idvanco; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cents perannum, In advance. Liberal discount to clubs of flive ad 1 upwards. HA'Ts vp AmvFIrlisvq.-One dollar per ilnclh for the first insert ion, vad lifty Cents per Inchli tor each subsu( cent hisertion. These rates apply to al ad vert1semen0ttts, of whatever n'a11h I-C, and are payable strictly in advanice. Cont tracts for three, six or twelve m11onthis made on very liberal terms. Tran sienlt local notices, fift'en cents per line for the first inseitioni al sevenl and oneiulf cents per line f1or each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as adver tiements. Simple aiun ituiCctle e it s or marriages and deaths publishied free o1 charge, and solicited. All conammileatiois. of' whatsoevcr imture, should be Otddressed to the Wnjn)oro Publishing Company, Winnsboro, S. C. Now Adve...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 20 November 1879

S0ENTIFIC. New Bone Cavern fi Ireland.-The bone cave at Shandon, near Dungarvan, Iin the conuty of Waterford, accidently discovered some twenty years ago, was the first Irish i produced aln limal remalins belonging to the pleisto cono period. .in it wore found remaims of the mammoth horse, bear. wolf and reindeer. Another cave hias recently been found near Cappoquin, at a dis tance of abont seven miles from the Shndon cave. This new cavern is of large size, and appears to have Uoan oc cupied at, a very remote perlod by bears, portions of whose skeletons are to be met with on the lower deposits of the floor ; but time chief interest In this dis covery rests In the fact that renial is of the great Irish elk (Megacrros Hiberni cus ) were found in it, inl conjunction with the bones of other (leer and of bears, and along with a polished green stone colt ( neolithic ) and soveral stone ru bbers. There were also some remairk able and strong evidences met with of tle association of man witl...

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. — 22 November 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., NOVEMBER 22, 1879. yot 1.No LOOK UP, NOT DOWN. Life, to some, is full of sorrow Half is real, half they borrow Full of rooks and full of ledges, Corners sharp and , utting odgs Though the Joy bells may be ringing, Not a song you'll bear them singin Seeing never makee them wise, Looking out from downcast eyes. All in va'n the st:u im shining, Waturd aparkilug, blossoms twining, They but see through these samo sorrowe, Sad to-day, and worso to-morrow Soo the clouds that must pass over Soo the woods among the el -vor; Everything and anything But the gold the sunb<ams bring. Drinking froin the bitte r fountain, Lo! yaur mole bill soma a mountain. Drops of dow and diops of rain Swell into the mighty main. All in vain the blessingai shower, And the mercies fall with power? Gathering cbaff yo tread ti. wheat, Rich and royal, 'neath your foot. Let it be so my neighbor, Look up, as you love and labor, Not for one alone woo's vials ; Every man has care...

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. — 22 November 1879

TE NEWSAND HERALD. WINNSBOR, 1. 0. MATURDAr, Novenabar a a 16a9 R. MR ANY DA I, RuoltoR. JN@. 8. RAMTNrOLDS, ASSOCIATE liVftTS. 11i. Kentucky a constitution? Two COpiCs of what purports to be the constituton are in print, one lin the report of the Constitutonal Conven tion, and the other in the Revised JtSatutes. These differ In sorne Im Ijortanit polits. Diligent search las faile-1 to discover the original manu script copy anywhere. More troops. FATHIln 3McNAMAHA, of New York, has for several years denied the spiritual sipremacy of the Pope, and maintalied the existence of a pure independent church in Ireland. A few evenings ago he was formally installed bishop of the New Church. The Itev. Dr. Prime was among the per sons present, and the communion was administered in Protestant style, after the singing of one of Moody's hymns. TtE: Xets and Courier in nit article with the peculiarly felicitous heading, "An Exihausted Receiver," reviews the record of Major Gayer, the Inde pendent c...

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. — 22 November 1879

rTOWN AND COUNTY. SATURDAY, November 2, : s : 1879. TE'R.s OFTils NiwHvS AND IIIIRALD. -Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per. annum, in1 1dvanee; weokly edition, two dollars and 1111 cents pCraluum, in advance. Lberal discount to clubs of five and upwards. RA-mriEs or AIVETISIX.-One (ollar per inch for the first iisertioni, qaId fifty ceits per Inch for each subsei aent Insertion. These rates apply to all 11(1 vertscisemIts, of whatever nlatU ec, and are payable strictly ill advancee. Con tracts for three, six or twelve months imade oi very liberal te ins. Tran sient local notices, fifteen Cents per line for the first insertion anld seveni and ole-half cents per line for each subsequentinsertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as advor ti-Sliemits. 'Simpit le allI Imoulenemnts 01 Illarriages and deaths1 published free or charge, an(I solici(ed. All comiunications, of whatsoever nature, should he addressed to the Winnsboro Publishung Companys Winnsboro, S. C. New Advertis...

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. — 22 November 1879

Plantaiius and ialianias. Of all plants which are the produeii of the tropics, non ire superior In in terest to the plantains and bananas, two closely allied specimens of the genus Wnusa. Of the several Species of this genus, one has received the spel fic name of paradisiaca. inder the sup position t''at it was the tree of life," or the "tree of the knowledge of good and evil," spoken of in the scriptures. St. Pierre observes that the violet cones at the end of a branch of plantains, with the stigmas pecting through like gleam ing eyes, might well lave ugr-3ted to the guiity3 imagination 01 Ave tie sem blance of a serpent tempting her to pluck the forbidden fruit it bore, a1s an erect and golden crest. Though some of the species att in a height of 20 to 30 feet, they are herbaceous plants, grow Ing up, flowering, fruiting, and then dying down to give place to other shoots from the satne root. The fruit ripens in succcssion from tile base to the apex of' the flowering stem, so that o...

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 November 1879

90 EN TilWEKY DTIN WINNSBOIRO, S. C., NOVEMBER 25, 1879. -VOL ITTL-NO iR .WINNIE'S WELCOME. Well, Shanius, what brought yo? It's dead, suro, I tiought ye What'. kopt yo thi1 fortnight from calling on me? Stop there ! Don't be lyini' It's no use denyin', 1 know you've been eighin' for Kitty Magee. She's ould and she's homely Thre's girls young and comely, Who've loved you much longer and better than sihe; But, 'deed ; I'mnot oatin'; I'm glad I've no share in Th love of a boy who'd loved Kitty Magoo. Go 'way ! I'm not crying' Your char. a I'm doin in', You're wrong to attributo such weaknos to me; If teara I'm a showin', I'd have ye be knowntu', They're she.1 out of pity for Kitty Mageo. For mano and Coneated, Wid pride overweighted Cold, heartless and brutal sho'll find you to bo, When you she'll bo gottin', She'll soon be regrottin', Blho ere changed her name from p'ain Kitty Mageoe. What's that.? Am I dhramin', Yo ''ve only been sobanin', Just thryin' to test the affection in me ? ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 25 November 1879

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNSBORO, S. 0. TVSDAV, November so. : : 1819 A. NWA RN DMA B, Rnoit. '"G* S. RBrNOLnDS ASSOotATr EDToR. Local TAxation. The Abbeville pres and Banner whiebhas recently Pot considerable Attention to public education, is nluch alarmed by the (liscovery on the log islative calendar, as unfilnished busi hese, ofa ihil permitting the levy of a local ta for school purposes fin eIr taut incorporated clies and towns in thi State. The Pres and Banner calls on the Legislature to "beware," and puts the members on their guard against the bill, which, it says, is "nothing more nor .less than a bill to revive the odious and Iniquitous local taxation power," 11and it expresses great surpriso that the bill "was re ported oil Thvorably and stands now for second reading." We propose to argue briefly that. local taxationi Is not odions and Iuiquitonq,. ta I hie bIill quest fin Is a meritorious and much needed piece of legislation, and that its favorable report should not be a ma...

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 November 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY, -UTSDAY, Novey"10er 25, '870 Tpnms Op TiH NEws AND I IA LD -Tr-weekly edition, four dollars pep 04lunnu, in advance.;, weekly edition. two dollars an, fifty 'cents per annum, In advance. Liboral discount to clubs of five and upwards. RArES op An vpiTrIsiNo.--Oie dollar per inch for tile Ilist insertion, a ,l fifty ceits 1er 111011 for each subseq eui inserlion. These rates apply to uill ad vertismients, of whatever n'atu re, an11d are payvable stictly in advance. Con. t racts for t hrce, iix or twelve months mnade onl very liberal terit. Tron sient local notices, fifteeni ceits per line for the first insertion and seven and onie-iaf cents per line foi each subsequet iinsertion. Obituariles and trilutes of01 .spect charged its adver tisecients. 1im(pl allilounceleits or Imarriages ad deaths published free or charge, and solicted. All comm nun ications, of whatsoever nature, should be addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Company' Winnsboro, S. C. Now Advertisementa. ...

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 November 1879

Lady Anglers. Plutarch informs us that no less cele brated a lady than Cleopatra was a votary of the'angle and that she and Anthony spent no incousiderablo portion of their time in fishing matches. So keen at last did their rivalry become that recourse was had to artifice in order to Insure victory, at least by the mean spirited Antony. Vexed at the superiority of the Queen in the art, he instructed divers to take live fish and place them on his hook. They effected this so cleverly that lie pulled up fish after flsli, and completely turned the tables on mistress. She i)reten(led to congratulate his him on his good fortune and to admire his dexterity ; but., by some means, had gained knowledge of the trick lie had practised and determined to have her revenge. Another match was arranged, and in presence of a large company of friends specially invited to witness It the fishing commeneed. Antony soon had a bite, struck, and pulled up ia large salted fish, to his great disgust and the in...

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. — 27 November 1879

TELI-WEEKLY E DITION. WINS 09O S. C., NOVi)YEMLBER!7 89 O. 1.N.19 GET UP. Goet up, little sister ; the morning is bright; The birdd are all singing: The buds are all open; the dow's on the flow or: If you ihake but a branch, see, there fplle quite a shower. By the sido of th ir mothers, look, under the trees. How the young lambs are skipping about as they plegsq. And by thoso little rings on lhe water I know, The bi)hes are merrily swiniming below. The bee, I daro say, has been long on the wing, To get honey frem every flowerot the spring: For the bee nevr idles, but labors all da-, And thinks, I rudent insect, work better than play. Tho lark's singing gayly; it loves the bright Run. And rejoices that now the gay spring has be gun ; The spiring is so cheerful, I think 't would be wiopg. If we did not tool happy to hear ttie lark's son1g. (lot up ; for when all things are merry and glad Good children should never be lazy and and, For G d gives us daylight, dear sister, that wo May re...

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. — 27 November 1879

THE NEWS AND HER ALiD. WINNS13OR1o, S. C. TIIU RSDAY, November '1, 1 1871), ONO. S. It I- 7)AOL,3. Assoct rs EnITO. Till; Cohunbia Regv/cr very prop erpy joins (the boom tr b r niou. Me is a graind old ma1n antd ought to be President. Till; New York I/erual catmilot uln dershiand wh~y INortliernl Stalwart,; and Southern D)em'eriats are alike shout jing Inst4ily- tiw GInI-t. It thiniks that, Oo Side or. the oth1er iust be badlY iilitakeni inl the ialn. We should think so. WOII. isg ingr away wVIIh Peril., Its navy captured thle Peruv11.ian ironl clad, I inascar, a Few weeks ago, and nlow a Chihi arinv is talen Pisag&ua and inlvatled Peruivianl territory. .11 is Bolivia's light, )ut. l'ern seems to be bearingf fihe bruntI ofit. A o ri.:: of, the Nortliernil bolnd holders of thei oith Carolina Rlail roadl are in ('1 dl ison enltleavorlil to seculre. a cotoproniise, by whichl the 11dinv011d ay be Iakei out ot' tlie hanutis of the coirts anm] put inl rioining Lorder. Their sicce:ss 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. — 27 November 1879

TOWN AND CoUNTY, TIIURSDAY, November 27,: t 1879. TERMs OF THE NEws AND IIEIRALD. -Tri-weckly edition, four dollars per cmuon,' in .advance; 'wbekly- edition, tivo dollars and Mifly cents peranin um, In-advance.- Liberal discount to clubs of five and upwards. RATS OF Av ERTisilxN.- (01 dollar per inch for the first insertion.- a id fifty celts per inch for each subse(I Ict insertion. These rates apply to all ad vortiseuents, of whatever untU ce, and are payable strictly In advanc'e. Conl tracts for three, six or twelve nionths made on very liberal terms. Trai sient local noticC, fifteen cents per line for the first Insertion and Beven) and one-haltf cents per line for each: subsequentinsertion.. Obituaries an(1 tributes of respect charged as adver tisenm ents. Si iple announcement s or marriages and deaths published free o charge, and solicited. All communications, of whatsoever nature, should be addressed to the Winusboro Publishing Company' Winnsboro, S. C. Cotton sold on Wednesda...

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. — 27 November 1879

SCIENTIFIC AboUnizcd Furniture.-Chamber furni ture niade of ebonized wood, iI Wmita tion of the rich ebony and gold more common In the Eastern llemisphecre, Is quite popular, and there are few tine furnituro stores Itn thle cly i Which more or- less of It Is not displayed. Some superb spelcimeIs are to be seen at the dealers', where they attract muich at tef4tion. The process ofebonizing wood Is colparatively simple, and hats beena described as follows: Tie wood 1s first stained with a decoction of logwood, which may be purchased froma any druggist or dealer in dye stuffs. It Is dissolved in warm water until all laus been taken tp that-the water will hold. Application to the'woou Is made ready with a large, soft bristle brush, and the surface is rubbed with a cloth to pre. Vent the formation of a gummy coat thereou. After the article has been left to dry for a few hours the second appil cation, which conivsts of vinegar in which a quantity of nails or clean fIl ings have been soaked...

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. — 29 November 1879

,10 Till-WEEKLY EDITI(ON. WINNSBORtO, S.CX O\ EMBER '2918.Vl.11-N.30 MY HUMBIAE BUT BEAU 1FUL HOME. Oh, g ve b. When day is declining, And stunshino is floo.ling the went, My ivy-clad mo umd, where reclining, I oan watoli tiho birds sooking tho:r rest, Arid list to tioir twittar of sorrom Whilst through the dow-broezo they roam, To nestle aud dreatn of to-morrow, In mly hu1nablo but boautiful hoie. Then give me, when moonlight is shedding Its brightness o'er iloweret and tree, And stars lbko an armny aro treading To nature's own music so free. An I thei lot mo pensively wander Boneath the dark forost tree s rosain, And thore on its lovoliness pander, In nmy humble but beautiful honie. When morn tho gray Orient is shcoting With purplo and vermilion hot. And myriads of insects are greeting First rays of the Sun bursting through ; Then let me gaze out w.thout noaur -, Whi'o vapors liko sh.eted ghosts roani, With a heart fIlled with innocott pleasure In my huntlo but boautifil home. You...

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. — 29 November 1879

THE NEWS AND HERAD. WINNSBORO, S. 0. SAT UlDA.Y, Nfovemu1wr 29, 71t. AIrw.cYs 7>A jis, EI'OR. e W 8 ENOLID~S ASsoIumm MbITOn. DENNIs I(Auxity ha played oit. Ialloch and other leaders have conl spired against. hiin,their object being to organize at 1 more' respcetabl party than that ouiided 1.y Deuisis. Cun-:F Jus'ricIC WruE hals granited a writ of error to the Suprenlo Court of Virginia ill a case involving the constitutionality of the State at pe. venit ing misvegenat ion. This <luestiori is to be fially decided. TuF. w HisiIv product ot'the co(.01y1m for the past year was forty-nine miiil lion gallons. and tle tobacco prodlict one hundred and thirtv-one million pounds. This is exclisive of the Coll trabanid trade. It gives it gi'lloni of whiskey and three pounds of tolaeco at year- ir every ma v onlian, Child ud haby (as Bilaiie classifies them) in tie Uifted States. Tim-annual report of the lnited States Connisisioner oni pensionls sulp1 plies abumlant, iterial for serimois...

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. — 29 November 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. ,SATURDAY, November go, : : 1370. 'PII'lM O'''~Ns <w in-N):ws 1x FIII.:nm --Tri-wee ly edi(ion, 1our. dollars per (1un1.'ul, ni adv1iaive; weekly edition, Iwo doolha's and tiltt cent s pfiT urnum, in adivanlce. Liberal di.Scounlut to Clubs of five teid upwaIls. IA livrr a A (1v11ist1.---Oune dolla perhi ch foril 1 tile Iirtst in.sertioll, atl filly (entsI pr inch ol. each submeq witl insert on. Thi rateI aipply to ll d1 vvr.tis m II s, of hatever t 111 ev , ai Ire payable strictly in advancve. Con t racts for thrae, six or teh v m11oniths inade oil ver lib t'-al emIIls'. Tra.l sie't1 local n tdi( vs, t ilIei n cents per lie fA the fir.ni insertion and seven Ituid one-half cents per line for v-h subi i iu nt i'vietion. Obitu aries ai tributes ofrsotemgda de tis1 w1141nt. '(inple ni'ot nneeln a l. ni.s o I Inari .C.and d a published fire o1 chtus wre, I al solicited. A\f oll Iu nItient-Iions", of, whlatsoever Sh a ae shoutl be athlressed to the Whinnsboro Pu~bIL-1h...

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