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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 3 January 1880

FARM AND GARDEN. THE Possint YIELD OF CoRtN.-If corn be planted in drills three and one half feet apart, and four kernels in it hill, everCy twenty-elght inches of drill there are 5,333 hills, or 21,332 stalks to the aere. A nine-inch car of Wausha kum corn, thoroughly dried, yielded 2,170 grains' weIght, or thirty-one ene hundredths of a pound of shelled grain, If each stalk should average but one such car, tile larvest would be 7,613 pounds, or one hundred and thirty-six bushels per acre. It would requirE but an average of about one-half of grain per stalk to furnish a two-Indred bushel crop. Experlientally in tho garden, we have secured over forty ounces, or two aid one-half polunds Srou a single kernel planted, so there is no end to the possibilities of the cro. in practice, however, we have never realized over one hundred and twoty threu bushels per acre; while an aver age Crop on large areas has not exceed ed seventy or eighty bnsheils. The first effort to improve corn now, st...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 6 January 1880

TI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., JANUARY , 1880. V LIFE. Oh sadness of decay! The autumn flelds are gray. And long forgotten is the hedge row tuno; How alek the shattered fern, How harsh the woods and stern. How palo and palsied is the afternoon! Oh gladno a of decoay! The wild buds storo the May, The hushed.lanos liston for the blackbird's song; The dumb trees hoard their strongth, The shy fern pops, at length Old Death is quickened and the days are long.. How Phil Gained His Foint. Phil Copoly visited the Southern family. Nothing strange in that, perhaps, except that Phil was the most irresponsible, clever, graceless, good-for-nothing Bohemian in the world, and the Southerns .were the most aristocratic and wealthy people within a hundred miles. The dear old world, who never could, can, or will let other folks' bnsiness alone, shrugged her mighty shoulders, and whis pered to her lady's maid, the moon, that It wasn't proper. The moon turned pale, winked, and said something must ...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 6 January 1880

'THE NEWS AND RERALD. WINNmSOR, 8. 0. TUSEDAY, January 6. : a 1880. ft. MlANS) DA rza, HoiToa. 4J0. 8. RlfYNOLDS. AssolAT3 KmfuI0I. EDISON COULD NOr find a platinum Minle fl his electric lamp, so he takes pasteboard and . earbontizes It and makes a better light thani could be obtained fVom any other substance. The gas men are getting panicky again., lisnor Gi HIAVEN, of the Northern Methodist Church, is dead. He was a great fanatic, and a st~upendous falsifier whenever he came to speak of the Sonth. Disgraciing his profession in life we are charitable enough to hope that the Lord will be merciful to him after death Tru'iis 'rIMm IT is Alfiso of Spain who his escaped the assassin's bullet. A young man, Gonzales by name, fired twice upon the King and his youlg queen, with the usual luck, and will be garroted for his trouble. Until the International Society can secure more accurate marksmen it had butter shut up shop. A SON OF Senator Morgan, of Ala bama, trifled with a young girl's nf...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 6 January 1880

Ir . OWN AND COUNTY, TUESDAY, January 0, t a a : 1880. T'RM8 OF Tii Nws AND HEALD. -Tri-1veekly edition, four dollars )er annum, in advance; weekly edi(ion, two dollars and fifty cents perannum, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs of live and upwar(ls. RATES OF Ai)vERrsiN.-One dollar per lich for the first insertion, a Id fifty cents per inch for each subscq lent insert ion. These rates apply to ail ad vertisements, of whatever 1nato re, I 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 fr tile first insertion and Seven anld one-half Cents Per linle f'or each subsequentinsertion. Obituaries and tributes of regpect charged as adver tisemnents. Simlple annou1"tncemlents 8Or mnarriages and deathis published free o1 charge, and solicited. All coninunications, of whatsoeve nature, should be addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Company Winnsboro, S. C. Cotton sold at 11l cents 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. — 6 January 1880

DOMESTIC. SCALLOPED 'lkWI'%AOTs.-PIe and out in slices one-foirth of an inch thick; prtok in a pudding dish, In alternate layers with a force-meat made of bread crumbs, butter, salt, pepper and a little white suigar, spread thickly oi each 1.yer ot tomatoes, and when the dish is nearly full put toiatoes uppermost, a good bit of butter on each slice, Dist with pepper and a little sugar. :trow with dry bread crumbs and bake covered half an hour. Remove the lid iben and bake brown. Tomato figs ire made In this way ; First remove Ithe skins; then add one pound of white sugar for every pound of fruit. Place ini a stone jar and allow to remain for twonty-four hours. Pour off the syrup aind boil, skimming unt.il clear. Re turn the syrutp to the fruit and let it Itand twenty-tour houtirs, piour it off, boil and stimn as before. After the thirt time the tomaloes are ready to dry. Place them on earthen plates and set them inI the sun. When well dried. pack in small Jairs or wooden boxes, with...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 6 January 1880

SCALLO1PE1D TOMATOEs.-P0ee and cut in slices one-fourth of an inch thlk; plok in a pudding dish, In alternate layers with a force-meat made of bread er'umbs, butter, slt, pepper and a little white sugar, spread thickly on each I-tyer ot tonatoes, and when the dish is nearly full put tomatoes npperiost, a good bit of butter on each slice, D tust vith pepper and a little sugar. ;trew with dry bread crumbs and bake covered half an hour. Remove the lid Slien and bake brown. Tomato figs :tre made In this way; First remove ihe skills; then add one pound of white stigar for every pound of fruit. Place in a stone jar and allow to remain for twenty-forr hours. Pour off the syrup and boil, skimming untl clear. Re turn the syrup to the fruIt and let it .tand twenty-tour houtrs, pouir It off, boll and 5sim as before. After the third time the tomatoes are ready to dry. Place them on Carthen plates anid swt them fit the stitu. Whmm well dried. pack in small jars or wooden boxes, with fine white s...

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 January 1880

- ; ---- r -e- -w .- -wne-m- sseea .sm n .m--u .sa.M . 6 .., s, e d s n e . I- L .E T O W. I TI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNS1ORO S.T~JNAY8 80 O.I.N.4 Tw . PORTRAIT.~--. Twoesy I se. n ottest blue 6 .xls toon ryryO a1ties; vo lips? b'trho63e.cheorf hue The bright carnation dies. A ringlet here, A ringlet thero, An antique comb to heep them atralatht, A sweet and simple face, most fair Pressed on my heart is this portrait. PLODDING JIM. 'Jlni Dunn, do you know your lesson yet ?" The question, uttered in an irritated tone, eame from a young man who had been reading a newspaper, waiting for the tardy boy of his class. 'N-no, sir) I dOn't l liedo I do quite," was the hctitatlag'reply. - - " "Are you aware what time it is I" - "Ono o'clock, sir," said young Dunn. Ho knew that well enough. - Had not his eyes lingered on the tardy hands of the old moon -faced clock. and thence gone roving out throul ,the yindow. to where the fields were sl ping in t4 o noonday haze? And thek he was 8o ,u'gryL. "Ji...

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 January 1880

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., JANUARY 8, 1880. VOL. IV.-NO. rg& PORTRAIT. Twd$.ye I,seo, w1 aoftest blue lidwollp. b't1ho6e.eheorf hui The bright carnation dies. A ringlet bore, A ringlet thero, An antique comb to keep them straight, A sweet and simple face, most fair Pressed on my heart is this portrait. PLODDING JIM. 'Jiti!i Diaun, do yott know .your lesson yet ?" The question, uttered in an irritated tone, same from a young man who had been reading a newspaper, waiting for the tardy boy of his class. "N-no, sirI db 't bolioee I do; u,itc," was the hceitati g*reply. . "Are you aware what time it i. ?" "One o'clock. sir," said young Dunn. le kae\v 'that Well dnough. Ied not his eyes lingered on the tardy hands of the old moon-faced clock, and thence gone ioving~ out througl} ",tle window. to whero the fields were sl ping 'in tip noonday haze? And thet} e was so $uigryI "Jim, come ffo. c* 't itnderstand what makes you so stupid I" said the mnas ter ; and taking the book,...

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 January 1880

4 vf.V1~:~ -~ THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNSJvOro, S. C. i VU1TSDAY, January 8, t i t 1680. \f. MR .Y9 hi m is, RprTOa. JNa. 8. tXIrrOLDM. AssocIATI Es1Tot! PIU HAS lHAD ANQTHERIt RIEVOI.UTION. The reverses met by Peru in the ex isting war with Chili have caused President Prado to flee to Panama, while I)on Mebolas do 'PIerola has been declared dictator. Plorola is a young man of groat ability and ambi tion. 1le was a member of tlho gov ernient overthrown by Prado, and has tiken this opportunity of reveng ing himsel'. Ho promises to save Peru in the present eltpergency. Mhit. TIi.I N HAS cOMu'ROMIsE$D Otto of the several suits brought against him. In 1862, he - with four others was appointed a committee - to reor ganize the St. Louis, Alton and Terre laute load. The committee called in old bonds and re-issued new ones. A surplus of several hunudred thou sand dollars retmaind, and was gob bled by the committee as conpensa tion. The Road instituted suit for a million .ollars. Two of the p...

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 January 1880

TOWN AND COUNTY. VnURSDAY, January 8, s ..188o. T'.1Us O . ThE N Ws AND HEnALD. '-'ri-weekly edition, foui'dollars per frunum, in advance; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cents per annum, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs of five and upwards. RATES OF AnVEuTIs[N.-One dollar S pe'r Inch for the first insertion, o ad fifty cents per inch for each subseQ .ent Insertion. These rates apply to all ad vertisenments, of whatever natu ee, and are payable strictly in advanee. Con tracts for three, six or twelve months made on very liberal terms. Tran sient local notices, fifteen cents per line fpr the first insertion and seven and one-half. cents per line for each sttbe.qi1ntiisei tion. Obituaries and tihibutes of respect charged .as adver tisements. Simple announcemnents 01 marriages and deaths published free or charge, and solicited. All communleations. of whatsoever nature, should be addressed to the Winnshoro Publishing Conpanyr Winnsboro, S. C. Now Advortibeiments. Knights of H...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 8 January 1880

DOMESTIC. Bow-Luas.-Motliers who desire to see their children physically upright should.attoend to this suggestion : Bow legs and knock-knees are among the commnoncft deformities of humanity, and a Manchester (1ngland) physiciat, Dr. Compton, attributes the larst-meha tioned distertion to a habit some 6 youngsters delight in, of rubbing the sole of one foot against that of the oth er: some will go to sleep with the soles together. Thhey appear to enjoy the contact only when feet are naked : they don't attnmpt to make it when they are socked or elippered. So the remedy is obvious; keep the baby's soles covered. Knook-knees the do tor ascribes to a different childish hab it, that of sleepfg on the side, with one knee tucked under the hollow be hind the other. He has found that when one leg has been bowed in ward more than the other, the patient has always slept on one side, and the up permost member has been the most de formed. Dres the preventive is to pad the inside of the knees. so...

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. — 10 January 1880

TR-IEkJP'LITIdNI. ' . INN SBORO, S.C., JANUARY 10, 180iOLs,-N.5 WHEN LOVER TURNS ROVER. They met ea,h otbek 1it' ade lho l fte uplbe y; Alack the day! ala k'the maid! Bh blus'he4 with .wif hqtpris,o. Alas! alas! the *oe that obeh frotn lifting up the eyes. The pail was ful t4 ptYiwas steep Ie reaebed,tp herhis hap.; She felt her warm ybting pulsee leap, lut did net Iudere4 a4. Ala.! alas! the,deo 'tltt' o'omo from clasp rig hand in hatid. She ant bnuoath !him1t the wood, le wooed with-worde and sighs; Al! love in sprpg des sweet and good, And maidens ate not wise. Aasl alalt the woo that comes from listing lovers' sighs. The summer sun shone fairly down, The wind blow from the south; As blue eyes gazed on eyes of brown, Ilis kiss fell on her mouth. Alas! ala.s! e th4t omes fomIn sin o the m uth~ ; , : And now th L n e A n T,e lover roves away, With'broaking heart and falling tear Bhe site the livelong day. Alas! alasi for breaking hearts when lovers rove away, Rosine's Hair. In an 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. — 10 January 1880

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNS.3ORO, . C. SATURDAY, January 10, t " 180. )t. At-4Y 7s 41.ma, Rn,T6 J4. . 1 EIY.YLD. AMnCIATS $DpIOK 1nsDN.\.ZA, OF BOLIvIA, has followed the example of his ally, Prado, of Peru, and fled the country. The Chillian army mado it too hot for them. Govin ,oc SINMrSON HAS NOT YET ap proved the act of the Legislature re quiring railroads to transport baled cotton by weight. He is doubtless awaiting the decision of the Supreme Court In this matter. TmE Newrs and Courier says that a conference iA taking place between the I officials of the South Carolina and the Charlotte Railroads to adjust differ ences and secure if possible more amicable relations. It is high time that some such steps were taken. Niw YOnK AI)E JOIIN MOnISsEY a Congressmnan, and Brooklyn has just made Joinny Dwyer, another hero of the prize ring, clerk of one of city courts. Dwyer says he wants to reform, and the Brooklyn aldermen are willing to give hiim at chance. GovERNOic Coun, or ALAnAMMA, ...

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. — 10 January 1880

TOWN AND COUNTY, SATURDAY, January 10, : : s 1880. TERMS OF THE NEWs AND IYIERALD. ---Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annutn, in advance-. weekly . e.jtion, two dollars and'fifty cents.1peradilplm, in advance. Liberal discount'tor tlubs of five and upwards. IATES oF ADvEiRTISING.-One dollar per inch for the first insertion, a aid fifty cents perinch for each subseq tent Insertion. These rates apply to all ad vertisement; -of whatever natu e, and are ayable strictly in advnoee. 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 each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as adver tisements. Simple almonucmeenonts oI marriages and deaths published free of charge, and solicited. All communications, of whatsoever a ture shoul l ie addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Companyw Wilu1sboto, 8. C.. New Advertisements. Buildin...

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. — 10 January 1880

t~UlENTIFIC. $ngraving Copper Rollers.-Copper prlnting-rollere are usually engraved 1 i n two ways, one of which is the iml pression of the pattern by means of a steel die, a process which sometimes, as in the case of heavy furniture pat terns, is supplemen ted by direct engrav ing with a graving tool by hand. The other plan is etching, the substance of the copper being eaten away by the ap plication of acids. This process gives nice shading, and when Judieiously ein ployed is of touch use. Generally this method consists in covering the roller with a mastic or varnish, which protects the places which are not to be acted up on, and which leaves the pattern to be engraved open. The roller thus pre pared is then plunged into at bath of' ui ttrie noid of 15 dog. or stronger. Setme times a little hydro-chloric acid Is add ad to favor the dissolving action of the acid. The operation generally takes no more than five or ten inlutes. This presess has grave inconveniences, es pecially in pla...

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 January 1880

. . PlIR.. ?.. i. . . ..'... . . . . . . . . . . . .2 RI-wEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, . C., JANUARY 13, 1880. VOL TV-N0 6 "Tl l! SWELLING SEA." The birds of tio north flow onward, 'rho lichen its odor shed; I ho crosceu moon was palo As a water-ly=edead Tora from its parent stein aud floating For wcokb ofl its- watery bed. T-io northern lights burned brightly The circle was broad and low. The rays wegliko w4irlqgpillars of tre With green and crimson g.ow. The dying man lay in ib hut 'Oh, whore shall we bury thee? bhall we bury thee on the mountain, Or under the swelling at a? "Shall we bury thee on the mountain In the ett rnal snow; Where the spirits of the mists shall dance While thou liost still below? "Or wilt thou be sunk in tie sea 'rho blue and the swelling tea? The birds of tho tempest shall whirl above, And tho seals play merrily." He mournfully smiled and whisporo low, '"in he sea, the swelling sea" THE BRIIDAL V: IL. A pretty dark-eyed girl bcgan t.o work it, whose lover was...

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 January 1880

THE NE AND HERAID. WINNs3doIt. S. C. 1UEiSDAY, January 13. t 1890. It. 1.1 .vs na rIs, uos. v.. 8. Nk NOLLbX. Assose,JATi onITR. (Ot'ERNt(on SIMP9ON tYS l E Doz:s not ti:el authorized to call the Legisla laiture together to consider Jhe supply bil. In his opinian no such emorgen Cy has arison as would justify a proela lation. It is not for ilitm to interpret the law. A nuinber of papers. hold. that uhe Act is valid, and they say there will be no trouble about collect. ing the taxes. Others are by no means so sanguine. People have have a natu rul a'ersion to tax-paying, and it is unsa'e to assume that. there will he no evasions. It is to be hoped a case will be made and decided at once. it' not, the Governor might as well call the Legislature together. A few days' work will sutilce to pass a bill about which there can be no doubt. General Bratton for Comptroller-Gen eral. Col. Wm. Wallace, of Coluntbia, in declining a nomination for the Comp ! ttroller-Oeneralship, very gracefully no...

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 January 1880

TOWN AND COUNTY. NATTIftbAY, January ;10. : : : 1580. T%tb&OF THE NEWS AND HERALD. --'ri-weekly edition, four dollars per onnumu, in advance; weekly editiont, two dollars and ifty cent? poralnnun, in advance. Liberal discount to 'clubs of five and upwards. RATES OF ADvrTrISINO.-Onc dollar per ltlch for the flrst Insertion, o ad tifty cents per inch for each subseq tent insertion. These rates apply to all ad vortisements, of whatevcn. naty re, and are payable strictly in advance. Con tracts for three, six or twelve months made on very liberal terms. Tran saient local notices, tifteen 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 tisoments. Simple announcements o marriages and deaths published free o charge, and solicited. All,communications, of whatsoever nature, should be - addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing "Companys Winnsboro, S. C. New Advertisement*. Sheriff'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. — 13 January 1880

Humid Reduction of .Ueta's.--An um proved method of operating in the sep aratioll of lead, zine, silver or copper in mixed ores or metallic tixturu has been paterited by Mr. F Maxwelt Ly Le, of the beientillio Club, Savilerow. The inl vention relates to thu a)Ippieuioi o a wnethodical, alteriate and coiti1t1orts aystem 01 Lreantliil of ore. Ut. )ietll" comlpoUn Is by miieans of" acid, w herein by a conveltieut ti1.po:riLioit Of tie ves sels and a .peCial oruer of decantations, the samllie acid is Caused to pass success fully over a series of two or more bateli es of ore, thtua becoheing coailetely saturated with tie zine and copper Lhe ore wiy contial, itad becoming con"o qluently its neutral as pos1iole, Thus while the uLtiost iossible eCuoiy of acid is obtLlined the least possible quali titles Of lead r iron are carr'.ed over in solution with the zinc or copper (the said luad and siver and most oi the iron remaining behind with the galigue), so that the lead anti silver . hlci nav...

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 January 1880

Ji14.I-..I::I.'y:liyM/NX'.I+h4N 1JF..., J.1~.r[;I JI+.lr6ba. :W.iJV Y.Ia'IY. 1X'.iL'L....r. :. . . :' ".r .' , _ . '+.ueif s'+$',V'Cr.}. 1*I iMI'IV' I>4sMMf ' iJp n..'r:yw"w.'lA 7MG 11; 'f/};, ,, _: p, r,l N , i 17 t ,l _ . r 4 . TIII-WEEKLY EDITION. ,. r W INNSBORU, S. C., JANUARY 15, .MY11Vr >a rY.1NII UtiI,"0. .1e . ..: ,kvyrr llOYN N'hN.rr 'Mw" ... _ FAR APART. Boneath the quaint old bridge you hoar The wavc4rsgekt isio ab they pass; And winding to the elm treo near. You soo tpe atRa y.thfpugh,the gra a Whore we were wont to walk, alasi The river id A e Beneath the shades of willow trees, The sunlit, W.trirglsan&ilike bld, * And ripple to the gentle breeze; Put I am sr.rna they and these. The sky bends over broad and blue, And, in the soft and sytllOw light, You tread the lase*btir footste s kbew In former days,when dae were bright; Do these days bringieuh sweet delighti And still that lan" with grass is green; With fragrant fiowera the banks aie fair; In golden gless ...

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