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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 15 January 1880

TIE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNb.odUtt, 8. U. THURSDAY, Janua7 15, : t s 1880. N. M.4N.9 D.4r1a, RDrroa. etV* a.1 I oLDM. AMocu IAnros. Tix MANY PRIENDS of Judge Al drich will be pleased to learn that he is now recovering from his recent severe indispositin. TAKINU FOU GR ANTED THAT Kellogg will be ousted from the United States Senate, the Louisiana Legislature is balloting for hiR successor. - Poor Spofford is left entirely out in the cold, though it would seem that if Kellogg be ousted, he should have the seat. The lississippi Legislature is also balloting for a Senator to succeed Bruce. General Barksdale was lead- I lug at last accounts. The Maryland Legislature has elected a leading poll tician, named Gorman, to succeed Senator Whyte. The Virginia Re adjusters and Radicals have already elected General Mahono to succeed Senator Withers. Ti LATEST DISPATCHES FROM Maine are ludicrously similar to those that flashed f'om Columbia in the latter days of 1876. The Republicans se ceded from 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. — 15 January 1880

TOWN AND COUNTY. T$ iKSDAY, January 10, a s t 1880. Tinms or Tmn NtwS AND HERALD. -Trl-week Vdition, four dollars per annm, in lvanco; weekly edition, two dollars aiI fifty cents eran.num;. in advance. Libeial discou it to'lubs of five and upwards. RATES oF ADvErTISINO.-One dollar per inch for the first insertion, pad fifty cents per inch for each subscq aent insertlon. These rates apply to all ad vertisements of whatever. natu re,.and are payable.stridtly. in advanno: Con tracts for three, six or twelve nionths made on very liberal lerins. 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.announcements o.1 marriages and deaths published free or charge, and solicited. All communications, of whatsoever nature, should be addressed to ,the Winneboro Publishing Companyz Wlinsboro, S. C. rNew Advertisements. Quarterly meeting-J....

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 January 1880

' Unsalted But,ter. The use of unsaltedl butter is on the increase in this country, and a process has recently been invented in England by which butter of this kind can be kept certainly for months, and possibly for years, without apparent deteriora tion. An experiment made proved that fresh butter when treated with this preservative could remain exposed to the action of the air for three mouths, and at the end of that time it was hardly possible to detect the dif forence between it and the newly made article. Some exports at butter tast Ing, It lw said, thought that it lacked something of the aroma which butter fresh from the dairy possesses, and that an exceedingly slight trace of salt In it'would impart to it more char acter. But for ull practical purposes the article, at the end of three months, wai as good as at the beginning, al though under ordinary conditions it would have been considored unfit for eatiug at the end of ten days. The "preparation," as it i8 callcu, by the ube...

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. — 17 January 1880

' 1 -1 .:yy.:"0..I.Ir]t.t4.y:,W.au"u.a'..Ya{.ip.er.'Jt1Y +l,I:: Av.. aYW!"w..Wa.. r:.n..4.1J"...1 .351 a'.w i..Ya ,....i./.I \..A:"aliJl .. . t1 Y4 :-S"'J J..A '. . ...w .. .,r......, ,.. . TRI . E hTION. W INNSBORO, S. C., JANUARY 17,188( VICTORIA GRAY. rA giddy young gill was Victoria Gray, ue proud and det4rgR.d r t9 have her own way; And ratper than bond She woold loseo her be It friend he was one up n or yqu dbuld nevor do pond. hat she thought herself charming was plan to be soon, y her confidant manner and satisfied mien; be was one of that kind That one often will find, ith a small, solflal, head and diminutive mind. i toria Gray had a pabsion for dress. hough pood tast o and judgment she did not poasees, On the ttreots she would flirt, And sweep through the dirt, With thirty-six yards of light silk in her skirt. ebo made many lovers. it may be a scoro She had pro nleed-to marry a doz3u or wore; And felt i-apy sud, ay At the con0%ntd 'av They were tre3 d 11ed I or 4;a) . Aug...

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. — 17 January 1880

TRE NEW AND HEIRALD, WINN&JORO, S. 0. ATURDAT, January 17, : 1 : 1SA0. - M-R.l,YB r>. V ra, RniTOo. {1V,'. RrQ1NOL 8 AGOWIATa EDnol. IP Tr1R DEMOCRATS Au CASTING al>uut for a ticket that by its pro eminent respectability and weight will defeat all opposition, lot them take Seymour and Bayard. Such a combiuationi has not been seen since the days of George Washington and John Adams. A correspondent of the New York Herald says that Tamma ny has sent a special messenger to Governor Seymour, and adds, "Ob servant politicians in Albany now Itate that the 'Deorfleld farmer' is, beyond doubt, a candidate for the Democratic lr6sidential nomination." Poor Iraland. Ireland is in a te i-iblo condition, and fhmine stares the people of many por tiotls in the face. Five hundred in habitants of the Skulebog district, county Limerick, are on the brink of starvation. They proceeded in a body to Croon, and obtained four cart loads of bread by the urgent representation of their extremity. Col...

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. — 17 January 1880

TOWN AND COUNTY. SATURDAY, J"Uan;j 17. 1 * t 1880 TE'RMs.18 OF TIIEN Ys AND h1'nALD, --Tri-weekly etdttlon, four dollars per annum, in advance; *CVkly edition, two dollars and fifty cents perannum, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs of flive and upwards. RATES OP ADvF-rTstN.--One dollar per Inch for the first insertion, v ad fifty cents per inch for each subseo .aent insertion. These rates apply to all ad vertisements, of whatever natu c, and aire pavable strictly In advance. Con tracts for three, six or twelve months mnado on very liberal terns. Trju siont local notices, fifteen cents per line for the first insertion and seven and one-half cents per line for each subsequent isertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as adver tisements. Simple annonneements or marriages and deaths published free or charge, and solicited. All conmunieatlons, of whatsoever nature, should he addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Companyv Winnsboro, S. C. NeW Advertisements. Gordon Light In...

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. — 17 January 1880

A"t DOMESTIC. A PLEASANT REMEDY Fon TooTH AOuE.-Dr. T. C. Osborn, states that his cook came to hil with a swollen cheek, asking for something to relieve the toothache with which she had been suffering all night. I' was on the point of sending her to a dentist, when occurred to him that there was in the house-a vial of compound tincture of benzoin. "After cleansing the decay ed tooth," he says, "I saturated a pledget of cotton lint with the tincture, and packed it well into the cavity, hoping this would suffice for the time, and told her to come back in two or three hours if she was not relieved. 1 was turning away, when she said it might not be necessary, perhaps as the pain was already gone. Suppos ing her faith had a large share in the relief, I would not allow myself to think the mnedieine had any tting to do with the cure any more than so much hot water would have had. But when I arrived at my otlice two other pa tients were awalting me with the same aflliction, and 1 determnine...

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. — 17 January 1880

---.--. - ---. .4- . 1-- -N " -- -__ -~1 I7 . ~ 4 - TEI FREIGYI' 'ON COTTON. -0 TIYE F). TEXT OF JUDG MC I A.C E.Y'S -LJSCS. T D-CJIE2. Learned nli Exhaustlvo Documnetit-A Review of the Usago of South Carolina Corporations With Regard to Cottn--The Ialroad Companies 1avo Ticemmolves Established a Usago from tvhioh They Vannot Now Escapme--Tho Thirt.y-Potndsc to-the Uubio-Foot Theory--Tho Respond1 'ent Enjoined fron Charging on Cotton as an "Article of Monsurormeut." The .following it; the full text of tilge Mackey's decree in the procced ng recently brought by Railroad Con issionet-3onhan against the Char otte, Columbia and Augusta iRailroad ompany, to restrain that corporation 'om charging freight on cotton as an aiile 'of measuremont-," -ald to coln el the Company to charge on the same a'.heavy article" :+ 'On .the .25th day of November, 1879, he R dlator herei filed his petition eciting his appointment as Railroad ommissioner of the State of South arolina, pursuant to an "Act to ...

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 January 1880

TIl-WEEIKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., JANUARY 20 1880. VOL. I.-NO. 9 I SOBO,S. C., A t A L 1 2, . Oil TO BE READY. Oh! to be ready when death shall come; Oh! to be leady to hasten t.olio! { No oarthwaid olinging. no ling -rivg gazo, No strife at parting, no sore ainazo; No chains to sover that earth liath twincd. No spell to to ospn that love would bind. No flitting sha,dows to dim the i- .ht Of theo angel pinions winiged for flight. No oloud-:iko phantoms to fling a gloota Tiwixt hoavon's bright portals, and e rth's da k tolnb; But sweetly, gently, to pass away, From the world's di.a twilight into day. To list tho music of angel lyres; To catch the rapture of ,-oralh fires; To lean in tru t on the Rlisen One, 'ill borne away to a fadeless throne. Oh! to be ready when doath sha ll co(ne; O ! to to ready to hasten home. Redolette's Escape. "It is further thml it. looks,'' said Itedo lette. 'Not too far for us to climb," said the sunny-faced boy wb^ held Itedoleette's hand while he g...

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 January 1880

'DOMEWrOT TRE NEW6 AND iRAi. WINN 30RC, tS. C. TU$SDAY, January 20, : 1880. l. MAS n '.sR, R,DIon. IR0 If. UVYNot ,e AsoCIATE EDITOR. THE (ENi1tA,. OPINION IS TIIAT TIlE ipreimo Court will decide the supply bill to be invalid, in which event the Legislature will be convened for a few days. WHAT {IVALING TIIESE SEAPORT -tewns get up among theinselves. Not content that'Charlestoit should enjov all the honors of killing a whale in he'r harbor, Georgetown has seen a live whale disporting in lice waters. But Georgetown is not as large as Charles ton, and Georgetown has doubtless .heard of the fitte of Jonah, so George town made no hostile demonst.ration, and his whn.leshlip departed ill peace. CARI.LEs O'CoNoa WAS ONCE A great lawyer and sonewhat of a statesnan, but lie is evidently in his dotage. IHe has written a letter to say that the country is going to the dounnition bow-wows, and that. bh of the great parties ought to (lie. The Tainniany bolt destroved all hopo of Democratic succes...

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 January 1880

TOWN AND COUNTY. TUESDAY, January 0, a , 180. TER41Ms OF Tim NEws AND IERALD. --Tri-weekly edition, fqur dollars per annum, in. advance; weekly edit1Q1, two dollars and f#fty cents perannum, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs of five and upwards. RATES OF ADVERTISINO.--One dollar per inch for the first insertion, v ad fIfty cents per inch for each subseq ..ent insertion. These rates apply to al ad vertisemonts, of whatever natu 1.e, 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-halt' cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as adver tisements. Simple announcements of marriages and deaths published free of chare, 111 soliited. A1 communications, of whatsoever nature, should be addressed to the viinnsoro Ptblishiiug Company= Winiisboro, S. C. New Adrur'Swmrenfti. Sale Stables-A. Willi...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 20 January 1880

THE IiOUTElIOLD. BnEAn.-Scoteh Short Bread-Four pounds of flour; two pounds shorten 1ng-take half of lard and half of but ter: one egg, and as much milk as would 1111 an eggshell; beat well to gether, add to the flour and butter, with one pound flue sugar; then with your hands work the whole until it Is soft onough to roll o't on your bak ing-board about half an Inch thick; out Into any form you wish ; pinch the edge with your linger and thumb, and bake. Pulled bread-Take from the oven an ordinary loaf when it is about half baked, and with the lingers, while the bread is yet hot, quickly pull the half wet dough into pieces of irregular shape about the size of an egg. Do not attempt to smooth or flatten them the rougher the shapos the better. Set them upon tins and place in a very slow oven and bake to a rich brown. This forms a dliclotisly crisp to eat with cheese, n:lIk or cream. A pple To one quart of meal put one pint of ripe chopped apples onec egg, a suialI piece of butter, a l...

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 January 1880

._ . . __'__.___..- -. _._ },_ _ ....._. __.__.._..__... J' ., '"". 1L10 11 SYR1 /1MISY.Mfh u...ItS "' i i, . ? LA iGY\tiNti111t\i/! d . TRI-WEEKLY EDITION, W I NNSBORO, S. JANUARY 22, 188 LIGHT THROUGH OLOU LB. ii, o I hold it ainful to despond, ";'fi, And will not let tho bittt.rnes of lifo B. 13lietl ma with burnting toats. but look beyond Its tumult and its srifo. Piecanso I lift my head above the nmiat, Whero the -un thi' s and tho broad breezes blow, By every ray and every raindrop kissed, ' hat God's love t!oth bestow; Think you I find no bitter les at all, No burden to to l) ruo like Christian's pack? Thiik you there ate no rcady tears to fall, Because I keep them back. Why should 1 huv 1.fo's ills wi h co'd reserve To cnreb unseo;f and all who love nto? Nay, A thousand times more goo 1 than I desor'e Od gives me overy day. And n each one t f theso rebellious tears. Kept bravely back he imakes a rainbow shine, Orateful I take hi- slightast gifts; no roars Nor any doubts are ...

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 January 1880

wIN N.30R . 78. . THULSDAY. Janluary 22, n I 1841t It. M. PAY. N'S 7)4I'IS. F'mlt. .N!. N. ICtR1N'oLJ)S. ASBOT1v l)I1lT-rO. Tr-: Niricits'ts orD RU:ssIA SHOUt. entice the Czar hito a celluloid factorv No caiice o" escape there. Tl-: (owN-INrG o T PAry wir )olnina11e 8amuiel J. Cr:tlt ai: Uly)'SAes . ilden as their standard 1)carcrs ill the alpprlcig PLresiden Cial campihn. HolaY Cou'I'y BOASTS -ruAT sil ntever went. tpulc'ann at al eICetion and that. her exports nlow reach hml a million of dollars a year. 1app% 11 .irr (1-:NE n1AI, LF.:'s mit1-r11,1ar1'wasnUL. Celebr'atedt oin the 19th instant, In Al,)bilc. Vecterans of both arm1ics united inl paying trihule to the cideat hero. 'l'e diay was also clebralted il (harlestonl by the parade of a military Col pally. 'tr wi.ILL Iwt Pi.t '.VAIL agaistil fraud," howled Jim Blamie to an ad lliring Rtpuh)blin inch i a ine the (thrl" ni;<ii, al+t then he slipped into Ia 1)ack roo(nm and paid Fusion in'IIn b)ers" a thou iand dollars to repudi...

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 January 1880

TOWN AND COUNTY. Tribl%DAY. Mnuary da; : 1880. Tiitkhs 0i TIIE NNWs ANI) I IERALD. --Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annum, in advance; weekly edition, two dollars a.nd fifty cents peranium, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs of five and upwards. RtA'IS ob AnyERTISINO.-One dollar per inch for the first insertiou., o ad hfty centts per inch for each subsel .ent insertion. These rates apply to all ad Vcrtisemonts, of whatever nato fe, and are payable strictly in advaceo. Con tracts for three, s.ix or twelve months made on very liberal terms. Tran sicnt local notices, fifteen cents per line for the lIrst insertion and seven and one-half cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and tribtes of respect charged as adver tisetments. Simple announcenients of narriages andl deaths published free of charge, and solicited. All communications, of whatsoever nat.urc, should he addressed to the Winushoro Publishing Company' Winnsboro, S. C. Cotton sold yesterday at 12 cents...

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 January 1880

ti. AhU AND GARDEN. ''ATTENING 'TIJitEYs.-It is a goodly sight, as the suiminer days wane, te see the flocks of T'irkeys coming honl from the woods and pastures at night fall with full crop". I' the farm has not been overstocked with these birds, they have very largely made their liv ing upon grasshoppers, crickets,worns, and other small try. 'I'he regular food they have had has been rather to keep thoni wonted than to supply any lack of forage. As the cool nights come on, and the supply of insects declines, the business of fattening properly com mences. It should be remembered that plump, well-dressed turkeys not only bring a higher price In market, but en hance the reputation of the producer, and make his market sure for futurt years. The turkey is one of the finish ed products of the farm, and one of the greatest luxuries in the market. The farmer should do his best In preparing his flock for the shambles. 'ihe nialn business now is to lay on fat, and the birds should have every ...

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. — 24 January 1880

1 4 9 rTI-WEEKLY EDITION. W INNS1()RO, S. C., JANUARY 24, 1880. VOL. IV.-NO.11. WAIT A WHILE. Wait a while, Ohoerily smile, n the storm will bo over, There's a bit of blue Inthesky foryou. ore's sweetness ye6 in the olover, Trust and wait, Tuough burdens great, awd on the heart are prossfa. . For a hand of love Will the cross remove. nd leave In its stead a blessing. 'Neath the snow : No roses blow, ud thoro no bees are humming; But they gather sweets In their dark retreats To brighton the days that are comings Dark and dreur The skies appear, When the cloudy day's doolining, But tho night must fall And sover all, Ere the sun renews its shining. The Doctor's Choice. The cream of Galton society was congre tcd it the Town Ifall, waiting for the ecture. Conspicuous in the crowd sat Miss Al freda Morton, smiling and happy ; for was not her new silk dress the envy of the town, and her hat imported direct from Paris, and was not her escort for the evening young Dr. Grey, the best "catch" ...

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. — 24 January 1880

SATURDAY, January 24, z : 1880. 1.. M 'A.. P.A 1'I S. DITOn,. eN.. 1 t EI.V\L11.$. AstC1 ATE EDITOR. Seymour and Conkling. The New York lIeracht is not as n1lelotUS for Grant as it was a few months back, while its representative, John Russell Yoing, was cavorting with his I lighmess around the world, coiisunling hasheesh with the Abk hound of Swat, ogling the swarthy 13eguml of 13hopai, or devouring pup py hash with peacock-fi'athered iM1au darines, or pufling fragrant Latakia with pashas of inlanly tails from a coim mon hoakahi. Whether the walling enthusiasun of the Jlcrraldl arose from I the cur. reliusal of General Grant to pernitit a 1/e/dc correspondcnt to ac comipany his circus in its present Soulhern ald Mexican trip, is not known, but certainly the IIerald is not now for Grant. Itoseoc Conkling, the wattled gobbler of the Senate, is now the comling m1tnan. In a long artielo the IIerald shows that Horatio Seyiour would sweep New York like a whirlwind against any candi date o...

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. — 24 January 1880

TOWN AND COUNTY. SATURDAY, January 54, $ t : 1850. TERIMs oF Tim NEws AND. IERALD. --Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annum, in advance; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cents per annum, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs of five and upwards. RATES OF ADvERTIslNO.--One dollar per inch for the first insertion, a ad fifty cents per inch for each subseq Aent insertion. These rates apply to ill ad vertisements, of whatever nato re, and are. payable strictly in advan e. - Con tracts for three, six or twelve months made on very liberal terms. 'T'ran 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 anouncements or marriages and deaths published free or charge, and solicited. All communications, of whatsoever nature, should he addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Company' Wiml sboro, . C. New Advortlsemente. Drugs and Medi...

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. — 24 January 1880

-) Boys and Ducks. One bright morning in February, '78, a manly looking boy of fifteen came to me and said: "I want to get a pair of Pekin ducks, but I have no money; will you let me have a pair and take the paty ia work? I will do anything that a chap o1 my size can do." The boy was a stranger, but I liked his looks and his willingness to work, so I answered : "Of course I will," and started for the yard to piek out the ducks. "Better git the work afore ye let him -have the dicks," said one of the neigh bors who happened to be in. "Do you know anything agaist the boy ?" "4I don't lnow nothIn' agin him, but lie belongs to the Jackson tribe that moved onto the old Smith farm, his father is lam13e, and his mother Is a pale, shiftless lookin' critter, and I allowed that the gals warn't much, they are alluis fussin' over a bed of posies and slh trash; they had better be workin' out, there's plenty that waint g-tis, and I reckon nmoney ain'i, over and above plent.y in that family. "*illk...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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