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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 7 February 1880

TI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., FEBRUARY 7, 1880. VOL. IV.-NO.1 KITTY OF OOLERAINE, As -l'autiftl Kitty one morning wis trIpping Witit a pitchor of milk from the fair of Col eraino. When sho saw ino she stutubled; he pitcher it tumbled, And all tho sweet buttermilk watoeoI the plain. "Oh what M all I do ion ? 'twis looking atyou, nowl Turt, suro, suh a pitotler ll ie'er moot al again. 'Twas thy pido c fgy dairy. Oh tarnoy he Cloary, You'or sent a a plagno to thle girles of ule raine." I sat down beside ter r lid gently did cido Sir, That suia mteisfortuino thould giv hersuch pain; A kt thers I gave lir, ael ro h did lave er the vowed for ouh pleaiuro the'd brak it agaml. 'wAls baytaing a ason, I calit tell thle reason it.fortheina ill never te a nglo.'ti plain; For very won after poor Kitt3'si dtister Thu devil a pitcher wai wholo n Cooraino. Sister Elizabeth. Nothing is unec mortifying to a perso especially if that individual it ait aide laty of thirty-five, than the conscious...

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. — 7 February 1880

ITII} NEWSAND IEIIALP. I WINNb20 , 8. 0., SATIUDAY. February 7, 1 1 180.' M. VR.tSIm nr ys, IgDITO . . UE.vOLDN. AMOOATE EDTMOR. MR. ROBE RT AU. WA L.IACK IHAS R EN rernolitated by the PIres)ideit to the United States Marshalship of South Carolhia. As far as we know Mr. Wallace is about the best of the Re publicans In the Stare, and it Is as well to let him stay until a Democrat suicceeds him. TiE TEI.'GRAM SENT BY GENEAL, Bradley T. Johnson in 1876 to the Richmond Statc, and republished this morning, is very valuable as relating to the controversy between Senator H1ampton and General Gary. As con teiporalneou's testimiioniy it t.o our mind very effectually dispels the clarge that Governor I llamiiptoni was tretiig With tho Returning Board or Witi the "Natioaill lepublicans. On the contrary lie stuck to Tilden when his owin seat was ieopordized therebv. This confirns the already strong proors 01' lAptOn'S ilInOCCiieC. Ti.: N.w YO1K IFC rll never does things half way. After smaking f...

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. — 7 February 1880

N. AND COUNTY. DAY, Fe.bruary 't, : t a 1880. RMS'OF TiE NEws AND hEltALD. ri-weekly edition, four dollars per 2num, in advance; weekly edit ol, o dollars and fifty cents perannum, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs of flve and upwards. RA-Es or AtvElnTIsINo.-'Oue.;dollar* per nIch for the first insertion, a ,ld Ifty cents per inch for each subseq .sent laserion.These rates apply to nil ad vertisements, of whatever naatu 'e, and are pi ayable -strictly inl advance. Coi tracts for.three, six or twel e months made d(uvery liberal tei ms. Tranl sient local .notices, fifteen cents per linte for the first insertion and seven aud one-half cents per Hie for each subsequent Insertion. -Obituaries and . tributes of respect charged as adver tisenents. Simple announcements or marriages anld (eaths published frc or chargc, anld solicite(l. All coinmunicati(oi.q. of whatsoever Ilatire, should be. acidressed to tie Winnsborio Plublishing Company Winnsboro, S. C. IIAILIUOA) SCIEDULE.. 'Vi i1iow...

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. — 7 February 1880

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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 February 1880

TI{I1-1V1~EKLY ElD)IT1ION. WINN8I),SB VIRU1x n 18.VL 1V-O 8 ALONE AMID TUE RYE. hd the goldon stooks~of Iyo. lroamy poace, contont I lie, Boaped in till) Jif wari Staiier sll, e(qual heir of oar'h andI shy. languid breeze that stirm timo graili,. w gold, now bronze, now go0'< aa n), ip)ples tie cuirent of my blood. I stird (icok faucica in ny braiii. oat Summer econted wind caress! is tender touch, tins ;oniloo stregs t I ro deeply move thail haitds that cina I passion fevered lips that pross! soul, doubt strung,with questionings tet n1, shadowy donl ots wounded(, worn, eaves dreary clueet. and longs to shatre o goldii sense of Life new born. seed within t' o furrow trowi, blado to car, from (ar to corn, Lfo onvolvos, dastinct and e car, hIt po foot sequencO perfect grown. itan hoarts that burn. aspiro. itago mies of strong dor. .th we try, yet wandor wild, clhmbing, ncver higher! .1 be still at Naturc's 'aot, ed wings that ceaseless bot, lie no moro with tender pAln, eso me to b...

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 February 1880

WI NNa.il lit), s. C. TS'El t.\V. I''ef.reinry 40, 3 : j$5fr80. 1t. MIf.Vq ,. 'IM, If 111o14 . V'. illiutIlt'c ( cdaemli' (ill S11ttiri'clzv. A wv.i'i-ilt IN 'I'll- lM4'O'e'e ( 'ipit r/er 111luIIIat1(40 ( (l. Wr. ( !. ieith, of' 11 4 n4114'e, or governi r w, totill (1-11. .14h11 4 1). Kelmely fih Ilen-inl-govenr. A 11 'Nei .'1aN IN. M1Nnlin-rl', 1''rance re-litly hoe tilt tow'l* er f lny cl' Ihre h h'e1111114rel lh s1nil 41(1! ls. WIll 'mo- klidi pl illbIiLIIr)pil. i try too aIlie 11. 41111mb? 1',I.: A N'-,;lUasN Ist/n '/f/ei/et'er 1' vs: I 'thlen. .h101hn IIIraItio , (11 VeIi cht1.1, hits it nill 1lottiillaitteil by it volTrempfe lnlt{ I, 4W' 11 1114t Albheville Mek//gbihrn fihe! o1leet' ol col)1)1 Iic' r-ge i'ii I. hl is lil i ak'le Illall, 41lla wV411al u1itilk4 It go t4i cfllcer.' Byrom 'I li lt' e wi Ili, r11411, 'hll,'na is he li l it al a r'i ini 41 fl e . warIM" whihe ans IIIimI 11 m 11h. Dvil 14 1411I041 o i lf Ii lahe is pa t i e r rathe 1i4N.1. 1101 111 1.14 is % 1t.; . j...

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 February 1880

TOWN AND COUNTY. TUESDAY, Februnry 10. : a : 1880. Tititor Tie Niws ANi) H ata.IUl,. -Tri-weekly edition, four dollar per (nnum, in advance; weekly edition, Iwo dollairs an(d th'ty eits.11eraUiim, Inl advonce.. Lblral discount to clubs of* five;itind upwarlds. RATUs tiF Ainy iISIN(.-Onc dollar p'r* inch for the Ilrat 1111ertionI, I ali 11ifty centf-s pemr inh Cor.ec Clo ;Subset)iclet in2serI'tion. These 1- ites alply to IIIl Itl v'rtlseillellis, of wjisitever' iizaltt s'e, alnti nlre piyable strictty ill advancee. ('oil tracts for three, six or twelve Imoihlls 11111de oil very liberal terms. Tranl sient locl notices, lifteenl cenits perI 11ine fb the irst Insertion and seven aniid onle-hlIt ceits pet 11110e fori (ell Subseqtuent. insertionI. Obituanries aaid tributes of respect charg'd s advelr tisemnacits. Simiple ann111oun1lcemilents or marriages and deaths published frec oi char1ge, anld Solicited.. All coiIleaitiiaiions, of whatsoever nature, shoutld ble ad(lrIIessed to the Winn...

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 February 1880

SU1ENTiIFI(. Foresta and Climate.--i an hiaco0est 1ng lpatmPhlet of S. V. Dorrien on "'The Protection of Florests," the author points out these benellel:'l elyorts of forests upon elinate; (1) iForests in. - erabe the amount of moisture in a re glon by pronlioting ithe forimaiLon of olouds and iatusing more i 110 quent preclpitations, at the same tiio retardlug evaporation. (2) Th~ey rellie the extreme heat of Sammert.- and tle extreme cold of winter. (3) Tiey prevent, in steel) Mountain sites, the ouse soll from slid-ng down, audl o toe agailist ivalitiches and lainlipsJs. (4) They are, espelally oil tile coast o f the sea or in) mouk.nillltai nolus regiotis, an Indispensable barrier alga inst ' drt-yiniig winds and sand-drift.s. strange as it. miay Seem, adds Mr. l)orrien, that, a protection agatinst i d ryl ig w imi should be needed on the coast., it is, neverthe less, in the ilain, correct. Drilng ite seasons when vegetaition is in pro gross, an.: drying wi(s ar'e iat11 to do th...

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. — 12 February 1880

TIRI-WEEKLY EDITION. -VINNSBORO, S. C., FEBRUARY 1880 VOL. I ---- ---- --.-....-....--........ .. V .-N O. 9. LOSING AND LIVING. , eorver the sun is pouring its gold On a hundred worlds that bog and borrow; "V1 warmth he squandere on Buimits co:d; His wealth on tov homes of want and sor row; his largness of preoloui light bilmself in oternal nlighL To give Is to livo. r shines not for itself at all; is the joy it fr-oly diffises; and balm It is prodigal, t lives in the light it froly losgs, oo for the roso but glory or doomt, alo or smother, to witbor or bloom. To dony Is to die. ses i t-nd silvery rays to the land, e land Its sapphire-streanus to the ocean; hesit sends blood to the brain of oom mand, o brain to the heart its lightning motion; d over and ever we foli I our breath. I tho mirror is dry and Imago - death. To live l8 to give. e Is dead whose hand Is not open wide To help th , need of a humtnain brother; e doubles the longth of us life-long rido Who gives his fortunate p...

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. — 12 February 1880

WIH1F NEWS AND HERALD. WlNN830W0, S. C. T H U RaDAY, Febrnuarr 19, ta : 1880. to 4 -.Y DA r.s, RaToa. 8l-o . furrXOLijo. AssoIATc : ETOd7R. Senator Gary's Position in State Polities. Senator Gary. inl response to a serenade tendered to him ii Charles tonl one eveniig last week, made a lengthy speech on the Issues of the day and upon his record. Ilie had nothing to say ilabout his Conltroversy Withi Senator flampton, while Som'e one In the crowd was guilty of the bad taste of proposing three chleers for Wade 1llampton, Iin tle midst of Senator Gary's peeclh. Sen'ator Garv reviewed his past course in the straighitout m1oveme'nt, and since( (then in the Legillture, covering substani tially the sume ground as that taken in a lecemitly Ipl)blii;he( interview. 1Il then uilseutssed the is.mues of the day. In his opinion it is needless to draw the line onl Ohe const iiti ion. It is sate, and the Demoleracy must seek other live issie's. In (his Senator Garv Is iuich iore a-nguinie thani we 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. — 12 February 1880

OWN AND COUNTY. nn UllSDAY, February 12. 2 2 1 1880. -,T1,immS0F Tu;.l1.s AND 1-:nRArL Tri--weekly edlition, .foutr dolhaira pe) -nun, in advance; weekly editioi o dollars and fifty cents peranum t advance. Liberal discount to club. five0 anld upwards. ItATIeS OF AIivEirrIslN(.-Ono (1011111 r inch for the ihst insertoion, o d Sceits per InIch for each Su1bScIJ .ell cr(on. These rates apply to nl ad. 01 tiseieits, of whatever na'to re, afll( 1% payable strictly in advanev. Con cts for three, six or twel c monitlh d on very liberal terms. Tran local notices, fifteen cents per for tle first. insertion and scvel one-half cents per Iine0 for cae): f sequetinsertion. Obituaries and)( sutes of respect charged as adver o m ents. Simple annuiounicements o1 riages and deaths publlhlised free o1 hrge, anmd solicited. l commniuiications, of whatsoevel ture, s(ould he addressed to tll uI inshoro Publishing Company insboro. S. C. IRAILIHOAD SCIEI)ULE. The following 1, the sehedulo of arrivals or ...

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. — 12 February 1880

MOUs of Benedict Arnold. Reminiscences of Benedict Arnold have been golag the rounds since the recent death of Mrs. Ann Hinman Kellogg, of Fairfleid, whose mother, it is said, ained a imisket. at Arnold at tho time of the burning of Now London, in 1781, and woldd have killed him, except that the piece missed fire. The proposition to build a monu munt to Major Andre at Tarrytown has also led to the recalling of incidents in Arnold's career. There is one reniniscenec of that character which has not been men tioned. Soveral years ago a gentleman of .Brooklyn, who has long been noted for his love of rare books, manuscripts, pamphlets and engravings, caime into the possebsion of a document signed by Arnold and ia friend, which he has carefully treasured %util the prcsent day. The paper is a written pledge that the man who should be maimed first should receive from the other the gitt of a silver tea-pot, of Cie value Vf Tl5. The paper was dated before the Revolutionary war, and was signed...

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. — 14 February 1880

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, G. C., FEBRUARY 14, 1880. VOL. IV.-NO.20. HOP PICKING. Down the long yvstas of the vines, With tassels laden, The sluni'brous afternoon in splendor shines On youth and naiden, Who seem to drink the spiOy lethoan air In happy slumber, And laugh as dreamers laugh.who do not care The hours to number. The lazy sun glides gently down the sky, The nightfall bringing, - The hollow aisles now bring the clangor nigh Of crickets singing. The very Earth scems droweing 'niath a spoll From-hop blooms shaken, And waits the night-wind in some upland doll To bid it waken. TI on bring fair Autumn fr(m the waiting North, And deck the anaidon, With drowsy hope, and lead her slowly forth, With rich fruits laden: And if she fall as!oep along the way, Or sports deta'n her, The tinmer nmo.nths will longer with us stay, And Earth be gainer. Aunt and Niece. "Besse, Bessie, you're a very foolish child, said her aunt Mary. "But I can't help it," said Bessie Norton piteously. "hl...

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. — 14 February 1880

"IM NEWS AND HERALD. WINNIMA0'to, 8. C. SATURDAY, February 14, a a 1880. It. NKANS 1A178, RTox. JNU. S. IC2FNOLDS. AsOCIAT EITOM. Jl)(.E MA'CKEY SAYS THAT Ti. dliillien ity with everv Soitlihern lifei In U n1co coipany has beein that all tihe poney holders survived the coim IT Is A MATTER oF PROFOUND conl grathilatioi that (le Uniled States Senl late Comnaait (te is reporting adversely on a nuittmiber of layes' wonld-be census supervisors. As the lappor tioattnieit of Congress will depend on the popu latioll Its given inl tihe niext, eensus, it canl readily be seen that )hidical supilerVisor's can exert, great bpoler by ftilsiyiva returns1.11 aind giving Democratie .'t tes smalb r Iand Re publdican t '11i I r-gerl pophllationls. The Census bill cioked considerable discussion fromn (his very conisidera-: tion, Ia d the plresnt law, giving t(he President the power to noaam iaaate and the Senate to coufirm, was devised to prevent partisanship. This heing the case, Mlayes should abp)juo...

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. — 14 February 1880

WN AND COUNTY. A'URDAY, February 14, I : 1880. tncMs or Tin, NEWs AND IEnALD. .l'ri--weekly edition, four dollars per nmn, in advaiice; weekly edition, o dollal's Itid 111% cents perannum, advance. Liberal discount to clubs five an~d upwards.I Rxri or Aivwir18ING;.-One dollar r, ilch for the first. insertion, .id ty cents per Inch for each sub(se( tent (1r-110n. These rates app~lly to n11Ilad rtisemients, of waintever nalt' ze, and paalble strictly inl advancet. (on ets for three, six or twelve months do on very liberal terms. Trai nt local nlotices, fificeni cents per e for the first insertion and seven d one-half' cepts per line for each sequenit insertion. Obituaries and mtes of- respect charged as adver mnots. Simple announcements 01 ri)ages and deaths published free ot prge, and solicited. 11 Communications, of -whatsoever ture, should he a(lddressed to the isboro Publishing Company 1msboro, S. C. RAILUOAD SCIEULE. 'he fonowing 1. tite scliedulo of arrivals on 0. 0. & A. It...

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. — 14 February 1880

SC1ENTIFIC. 0CompaatWive Value of Foods.-ii a re centi lecture on the chemistry of food, by PI ofessor Church, sotmte suggestive points of dietetics were well brought out. Of all theeoreals, says Mr. Ch urcb, wheat yields the best broad. This is believed to be duo principally to the character of thio itrogeneous matter or wheat. The main constituent Is a iibr:c, and it can be readily obtained for examination by making a little flour Into dough with water, and then wash ig the starch out by means of a: stream of water. There Is then left a graylsh yellow, tough, elastle mtass, wileih is gluten. Speaking of peas, beans, and various kinds of pulse, It was pointed out how match more nearly the differ ent kinds agree In composition than tile cereals do. The great drawback to the use of vaiotbus kindsI1 of piilse is ,hat. they are so difl'e.ent to thgest. They are an excellent theoretical food, ac cordIng to tanalysis, but thtey at'e a se vere tax on digestion. Of all the beans none prcse...

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 February 1880

TR-WEEKLY EDITION. WyINNSBRORO, S. C. FEBRUARY 17, 1880. VOL. I.-NO.21. DEATH IN THE WOODS. oath in the wood th and a sont. of decay; oath and a horror that oroopi with the blood, d stiffuns the limb to clay; or the rains are heavy and slow, dthe leaves are bhruuken and wan, 'nd the winds are sAbbmg weary and low, d the life of the year is gono. eath in the wood th in its fold over old; oath-that I shudder'd an.1 sank where I stood, the touoh of a ban-1 eo cold t the touch of a hand so cold d the sight of a olay-whito face. or I saw the corao of the friend I loved. d a hush fell over the place. oath in the wood th and a saont of decay. oath and a h rror but half understood, ore blank as the doa I I lay; hat curse hung over the earth, at woo to the tribes of mon, hat we felt as a death what was mado Yor a bir.h, ha birth sinking death ward again! -oath in the wood - - he death-palo lips apart; eath in a whitenus that ourdled the blood, back to tho.very heart; The woador by her was fo...

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 February 1880

"THP NEWS AND HERALD. VtNN3OR, S. C. TUESDAY, Foerunay 17. : : 1880. Ft. M'n.4AA Fm rIs, Fa'm-oit. J~'0. S. nrXoLDs. AsowrIAT VITOR. 'T'im WesTFUIN ovMuNoRts AtRN against, Grant and foi' Biyard. Tim.: PimLAnEJPTeI TICs remarki te great unanimit witi which tihe Demoeratic party dlesirq thle nloinina tion ot Grait, and tle Corresponding Solidity of the leptiblican imachinae for Tilden. Kither of the two, in thie Opinion of the other party, could be so easily beaten. TmITE t;x1-roATx 'Iru i'vr rim.; LA-riE ex-Secretuary Boric Would leave at mil lion dollarsi ill his will to General Graian tf has not. been realized. Old Borie was anxiois enough to help the ex-President along Iy giving a third term and a large su:y, bt he couldn't think ot speatinig nny or his own :nion(y on him. Such is disiiter ested affection. A ENTI..1 \ %N wV'1( WV w '1.TN4 ' -lting Gelm-al Gary's a in Charleston.w ri Ies tlat he lie:- no chese giv'fol r Senautor I lhupon du itg the si eech, and (int lie h1:1-: -iw ...

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 February 1880

"iTU NEWS AND HERALD. WINN.IOt., S. c. TEESDAY, Fobruary 17, 1 : a 1880. It. M1 RANRYs 1,A T S, FKt Iron. J ItI. S. REYNOLDS. AssoulATS EVTOR. THlE WESTEnN ~ovECRxonS AIIIE against. Grant fand for Bayard. Tn1' I IADELP1JTA Times remark the great ulallinity with which the DeiocIatic party desirqj (lie noina tioni of Grant, an(d th(e cor-respoidinig Solidity of the lRepublicani machinie for Tilden. Either of the two, in the opinion of the other party, could be so easily beaten. TJE EXiEerATION THAT TIE LAT ex-Scrar Ut i oric would leave a mil lion (14llars inl his will to Generial Grant. has not. been realized. Old Borie Was aixionts enough 14o help the ex-President. along by giving a third termi ind a larrgo Fak:ry, buit he couldn't chiik of spem!lb1i1 any of his Jown mtonley Onl himl. Suhis disjinter ested tiffectioi. A GENT1.E1I \N w11110 WAS 1.:N during Gei"ral Gary's amirlrois inl Charlesto'.writes tiait ht heard no coiecis givon for. Snlator Im tii pbo)n (ill ig (he s (eclh, and...

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 February 1880

OWN AND COUNTY. UESDAY, Febrtuary 1', : 1 1880. Ti.nMs O1 TIE Niws AND 1ElMA LD. Tri-weokly e(ition, four dollars per neum, i advance; weekly edition, wo dollars and fifty cents perIunnum, a advance. Liberal discount to clubs r live and upwards. RATES OF ADvEnIsrElNo.-One (11ollar >er inch for the first insertion, a.id fly cents per Inch foi each subseo lent Insertion. These rates apply to ad ad vertisements, of whatever natol r'e, 11and1 are payable strictly in advalcIe. Con tracts for three, six or twelve months made on vorv liberal terms. Tran sient local notices, fifteen cents per line for the first insertion and seven and one-half cents per line for each sblsequentIisertion. Obituaries aiid tributes- of respect charged ats adver tisemnenats. Simaple aninottnicemleiits 01 marriagcs and deatls published free 01 ichargre, and solicited. All communications, of whatsoever nature, should be addressed to the Winnisboro Publishing Company Winnsboro, S. C. ItAILLOA) SCHEDULE. The fol...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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