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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 17 February 1880

OWN AND COUNTY. UESDAY, February 17, : s 18so. TiiRms or TIIE NR.ws AND HERIALD. Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per nnum, in advance; weekly edition, Wo dollars and fifty cents perunnum, A advance. Liberal discount to clubs r ive and upwards. RATES oF ADyVEiTIsIN.-One lollar er inch for the first insertion, P.d fifty cents per inch for each subseq sent insertion. T1hese rates apply to ail adl vertiseieits, of whatever latt se, and are payable strictly in advace. Conl tracts for three, six or tweveo months made on very liberal terms. Trani sient local lotices, fifteen cents per ln0 for the first insertion and seven and one-half cents per line for each subsequenltinlsertion. Obituaries auid tributos of respect charged aus adver tisemnents. Simple announcements or marriages and deatls published free o clhaj.re, and solicited. All communications, of whatsoever nature, should he addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Companya Winnsboro, S. C. RAILOAI) SCHEDULE. Tiho followlir Is thi sch...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 17 February 1880

SCIENCI. Antiquity of Man.-Professor Mudge has presented some interesting evidence relating to the antiquity of muau lu The Kansas City Review of Science. lie starts by assinming the correctness of the generally accepted opinion among geologists that Itan was on the earth at the close of the Glacial epoch, and offers evidence to prove that the anti quity of the race cannot, be taken at less than 200,000 years. After the Glacial epoch, geologists recognized, by their ell'eets, three others, niaiely, the champlain, the Terrace and the Deita, all supposed to be of nearly equal length. Ilis argument for esti mating the duration of these epochs is as follows; lie takes tho case of the Delta Of the Mississippi, and notes the fact that, for a distance of about, 200 miles of this deposit, there are to be observed burled forests of' large trees, onelover the other, with intertpaces of sand. Tenl distinet forest growths of this nature have been observed, whieh must havo succeeded one n'.othe"...

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. — 19 February 1880

-IIW E~yE II N WINNSJIORO, S. C., FEBRUARY 19, 1880. .O IV.-NO. 22. SOME DAY. You smooth the tangles from my hair With gentle touch and tenderest care. And count the years ore you shall mark Bright silver threads among the dark Smiling the while to hear me say, "You'll think of this again some day . Some dayl" I do not scorn the power of time, Nor count the years of fadoless prime; But no white gloams will ever ihlno Among these heavy looks of mine; Aye, laugh as gayly as you may, You'al think of this again some day Som day! Rome day I shall not fool as now, Your soft hand move along my brow; I shall not slight your light commands, And draw your tressos girough my hands; 1'"hall be silent and obey And you-you will not laugh some day- I B6omo day! I know how long your loving hands Will linger in these glosiy bands Wlen you shall weave my latest crown Of their thick masses, loug and brown; But you will see no touch of gray Adorn their shining length that day Bomo day! And while your t...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 19 February 1880

THV.A,.eamy-, I-E NYIN 80MI. r' Till' l;NNsYJ.v \NI d *'10 artes say the in(uuend n, voi 11 hUIlne, regalrdks6 oi' tI. e initudierI for Grant. A TRACT OF LANI) IN COLORADo , ity- nm by ti ltv-eigaht. mniles il din1.1,sion, and contaiing soei of th filest Soil inl twol'Id, is to ble sold it Mallreh uidell(r foreelosire of a mbort gago folr live millioni dollarPs. It wil be till! larigest forecloslr0 ever IlId inl the wor-ld. THlE PXPERB311NT' oF TICACIIING Ill. din childrein it. Carlisle Baiacks PennsyIvania. haz been very sucIess Jul. A hundredhi and fort-1y chlildr-en represelti::g elev1Ol tribes, have beel at. school therev for severl1 nlonlthls, find they show great aptittdi1e and at desirt to 10111 . Spotted Tail wishes to Send AIe hnndred linore to School ill tl( 14prvIng. I III lu intaIan IIs sa,1y thMt aehools will Ie much 10vor potent thall troops inl solving the lIndiall problem. THE RAILROADS ARIE 31AKIN( 'Tiln, lazy, out-of-tIhe-aiy lands of New% .dlexico about. is well '...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 19 February 1880

N AljD (9!C NTY. 81DAY, February 10, : 1 8 180. iis OF' TuE Ni.,Ws AND IIHltALD. i-weekly edition, four dollars per Ait ., in advance; weekly edition, "dollarA and il oecaits perann urn, *l1vance. LiberaI discount to clubs ve and upwardn. T ' 1or ADvEnrIsINo.-One dollar er inch for the first insertion, aid fty cents per inch for each subseq ient nsertion. These rates apply to ill ad ertisenents, of whatever natu re, and re payable strictly in advance. Con racts for three, six or twelve months ado on very liberal terms. Tran lent local notices, fifteen cents per tnc for the first insertion and seven id one-lualf cents per line for each bsequent Insertion. Obituaries and ibutes of respect charged as adver semnents. Simple annonncements or arriages and deaths published-free or rill ge, and solicited. Ail communications, of whatsoever ature, slipuld ho addressed to the Vinnshoro Publishing Companyi insboro. S.C. RAILROAD SCHEDULE. Tt:e following is the seiiclule of nrrivals on he C. C. ...

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. — 19 February 1880

AGICoviTuIT 114 CInII.-Ueneral Grant, in speaking of the methods of agriculture in Uliina, said that he was shown a piece of land which had been under ouLtivatiLon every year for 5,000 years wittiout deterioration of the for tility of the soil. This resut Is effee, ted by returning to the soil everything taken from it. Fish constitutes a large proportion of tle food of the yeople), .nd all the offal not consumed lor Iku man food Is carefully applied to the soil, and fish Is a great fertilizer. Even the roots of wheat-wheat, is grown to a very limited extent-are taken and rotted In a compost, heap and returned to the soll. All the leaves and garbage are utilized in the same uanner. Ieo said: "Fataines occtir in ui.e interior of China, In which thou sands die of starvation. This is due to the want of facilities for transportation. iII the aggregate the country Produces etnough to support even the -tense life of Cnina, but, inl s9om1e seasons tlere are portions of the country where cro...

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. — 21 February 1880

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. -VINNSOROS. C., FEBRUAY21,1880..VOL.IV.-NO.23. MY BABES IN THE WOOD. Once, walking in tho forest wide, Two little dailings I espied. The leaves had not bogun to grow, And chill winds wanderod to and fro Yet strango I besido a giant tree Now sweetor faces could thero be 'Ihan those that looked up timidly, With teardrops in their deep blue eyes. While I looked down with glad surpriso. I thought of these two children swoot Whose story little folks repeat The poor, forlorn babes in the wood And then I spoke in kindly mood.: "Dear little darlings ! ol, how fair, All, all alono in this cold air I The night may bring us snow and frost: Toll me, my prottio, are you lost ?" They seemed to nestle closer then, And, though I gently spoke again, They gave no ansuer to my words, But were as muto as songless birds. I boro them homeward tenderly, And called my little ones to soo The pretty darlings 1 had found. Oh I how the morry shouts ra g round! Perhaps you may have Iuetsed m...

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. — 21 February 1880

.TH1E NEWS'^ND JHElALD. WINNMs.~Ott), s. C. Ult1DAY, Feb.rua:ry 21, : 188 V. t .ns .r1).- I- . ' ,.. THE OC.Ai:NT-ON Pess notininat ex-Governor Johm L. IIIaingII,- f, goveriir. Mu. Ci,1: i I. Mois8., oF St'we': expeIsse's his willingniless to become cnida'lhte tir the1- olle of o1pI1trofle gottertd of the State. .Jo0N:wr JOHN PA-1'.R:.SoN s preS deont ofia hors. -var railroad inll 1111 iore. Ai(d the cars are fitled wit Slawson boxes to preveit the far< from being stolen. A strange coine donce. TillR ExKlu-:i.:ii ou, E<mvir pr< poses to iy his respelts to fihe Pop lt anl ealy.' day. As tile Former Iim two hunliled Irlad sevont y-five wiv ind thle ilI loilo at. -,lll, they vill h unable to diicuss mutrimony from Connnon01 stanld point. IT1 is us:e trt:n-n 'rin.: PrI.I:s1ni:N thitnks that Secretary Sherinanl i Inlaking~ the utm-os and r-teenn brig'ai4s entirely too unanimouis fu Shem I. a : 1111d the prospects for split I otw.vvel these twinl poliliei cleriries is a probabili...

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. — 21 February 1880

T.OWN-AND COUNTY SATURDAY, Februsry 21, : 1 a 188( TICRMiS Oi THu, NI-'wS AND II~uALI -Tri-weekldy edition, four dollars pc annMm, In *ldvanlec; weekly editio! two dollars 611d fifty colits peran-(lftutt in advanco. Lilberal discount to club of five and upwvards. RATi.vs or A uvEu'rlSN.----One (1011 per inch for the first insertion, 0 ' 111ty cotits per inch for each subsem icii insertion. Thes-e rates apIply to -111 ad vertisemeits, of wviatever natm .c, an, are payable strictly in advanee. Coil tracts for three,. si or twelve imlonth inade on very liberal terms. Trau sientt local notices, lifteeu entlls pe line Ohr tile first insertion and sovel andt( one-hialf cents per line for ec subsequent insertion. Obituaries an tributes of respect charged as adver ti-semenis. Simple announcements o ma-rriagfes and deaths. published free o charg1.4", im1d solicitled. All1 connunitnications., of whatsoe-ve ntl aure, shouldl he athlressed to thll Wihnsboro Publishing Company Sbro . C. N I ~S1 ...

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. — 21 February 1880

1pes. Excellent imitations of meersehamn pipesag made in France, (Jermany and t is country, and it requires a keen judge tU detect soie of them from the real article. They are made of various kinds of com position, meersechaimn chips in many cases being ground over and worked up into them. These imitations are Cailled "chip" 1ecerCsclaums and are quite pmailar among a certain class of F okC . A good imit a tion of the mecrs anmi are what are comn mionly called "bread" pipes, one of the principal concomitants are well-soaked bread crusts, thoroughly worked over, and form a part of the composition of which the pipe 1 made. Some are quite light in color, while others are as (lark as a well colored neerschaum. Bread pipes are im ported principally from Germany. By far the choicest and lhiest elav pIpes col)me from France. They are geierally soft. and rather creamy in their appearance, and easily absorbed nicotine. They atre gotten up in all kinds of fanciful styles and de signs, large b...

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 February 1880

Till-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNS.B011O, S. C., FEBRUARY 24, 1880. VOL -N. 24. GOOD NIGHT TO THE BUN. "Come, little daughters, hasten, Yo should be bravely dight I Make ready, boys, for we go forth To bid the sun good-night. "Four mouths with steady shining He's made the whole earth fair, And myriad blossoms greeted him, And bird-songs filled the air. "lut now October wanoth; Ills setting draweth near We shall not so his face again For more than half a year." Ho forth they go together, Parents and ohildren, all, The aged and the little ones, Young men and maidens tall. From many a noighboring village, From many a humble home, To climb tJo rocky sudnmit The thronging peopl3 come. The sun hangs low in heaven U throws his slanting rays Acros their loving faces, turned To meet his palting gazo. And now he's gono I The darkness Is settling like a pall, A long low dirge of sid farowell Breaks from the lips of all. In mournful cadonco chanting Th requiem of the sun, The dear bright day departed 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. — 24 February 1880

'THE NEWS AND R ERALD. WINN.SAM)o, 8 , tWtgWflM, Viaraw 24, t u 1680s. A~ r" AV4 .W Ik.4 ivo JVptIVm. QAfD, A XarxLI*S. A"our.lr Mn9oS. 2:W YtK se, -vroe::ra.r tallowling II the path of PnVn14%ylvania. heI Orant uei lmve etried the day at tulost it Iiiau.4y. Geor01ge 'William CurtiK, editor of lI/(rper's W1reviy. and the iefAler ol* tie AntI-Grant Re publicans, was badly defeated as the delegate relin his district. There can be lit.the doubt now that Grant will be nominated. Wlhetlier Ie will be elected is4 a difrenItmatter, but the iteitiom of the third-termers is to have him count. hhnAIself iI andtu scize the government. This ie will doubt less (to mnless the majority be decided arrailst him. It woull be a decisive And.histin1lg rictory for conlstitutionlal prilnciples It raat should be nomil naitd and defeated. To beat him, With :all IliIt his candiildney implies, would he 16 establish the Republic so curely ihr the next half century. But (4r41t once ll. ild the substanice is go...

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 February 1880

TOWN ANP COMMrY. TUISDAY, Februiary 24. . : 1 180. -Tri-.wlcekly edition, four dollaris pet 01nn1)ui, in' advatte; weekly edition, two (o0t11'e. l1nd lifty ceits peruanniull? in l wiaiaoe. Jiberall (iscoilt to club. of' 1ive and upwardsi. SXrteis or A)v ErI istN..-One dolliti perl Inch for the first insertiott. ap ad fifty , cents per inch for eaich ulisubc scl isul'tion. These rities ajpply to ill ad. vertiseienlt.8, of whatever nt liv ee, and nre p)ayable st.'iet 1y ill adviaie. Col. tracts for three, six or twehe m)onhllm mutde on very liberal temis. Trai. silent. local iotices, .. fteeni ceits per lino f'or the first insertion and sevenI anidi onie-hailf cents per line for ech subsequlnt insert !oil. Obit uaries and tributes of respect chlarged ais adver tisemlents". Simuple ainluncevinents or 1rliaes an(d deaths publih41ed free of chlarge, anld solicited. All colm1mulnientions, of whatsoever liatture. !Wullld be4 a1'lddessed to tihe. Winn1sboro Putblishi-.g Clpu WimIsboro, S. C...

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 February 1880

187. The number of orators who In 1878 bogan their speechos with, "Follow citizens of this glorlom.s country," was eighty-live; tho number In 1870 was only eighty-four. Let us be thankful for small favors and have hopes of the future. The kerosene can showed a decided falling off in activity. Only seventeen females hurried up the lire. O the one hundred and fittV-two householders who borrowed shot-gins and took dead aim at "that infernal cat,'' three hilt the cat and the remain der knocked over small boys and other live stock, and -are now wondering how on earth they could possibly have (1011 It. Eighteen hitundred and seventy-nine was a good year for deaf persons to go visiting. Thirty-four of thei took tie railroad track to save distance. Tle day express wais on Lime. The last year was also noticeable for the number of persons who took at quiet smoke after going to bed, tell asleep and passed into a better land at the ex pen1s of insurance companies, A elay pipe and a cont's worth...

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. — 26 February 1880

Y I I T-WELEDTION. WINNS13OIZ0 S. C., FEBRUARY 2(6, 18.VO.I-N.'. QUIET HOURS. The morning will soon be here, For over the purple hill The daylight Is chasing the night away, With a foot that is noiseless and still, Oh, the night was so long, so long * As I sat by the window alone, Watching the moon as it qlowly rose Till above the trees it shono. It looked as it hung in the sky Like a poblet filled to the brim With wine of an amber, golden hue; lut now it is whito and dim, As if it had all been quaffed And only the glass remained. With the faintest palest shimmering tinge To show what it then contained, And once, when it fullest soomed, With the sparkling, glittering wine, A single star, like a flock of foam Of the precious juice of the vino, Wont drifilng, 6rifting off, As we sometime lose a day That, when the goblet of life Is full, silently floats away. But now the daylight is here, And the sad, vague thoughts of nil lit Have died away, as the sunboams fall Liko arrows of golden ...

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. — 26 February 1880

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNOAJOI, 8. C. TIIUISDAY, Febuatl aS, : I t 1880 It'. .?lA'!.4. Y.4 I' r1, RmTroiR. e1INOe S. ftH YNOLOb, AssoC AT EDIatoR. V l-1MON' is FOR .EDMUINDS F11usT.ant10 f4rant seconi. It is pretty rough ot .1laine tha11t he cannot obtain supporl 11-om his next door neighbors. Tin. woni unstab/e is not to fie found in Webster's Unabridged Dic loiinry, edition of 1878. Why is thi thus?- worcester gives the word, and - santiions~ it. ANOTHElIt ANONYMOUS CONTnIBIUTOI has given ten thoisaind dollars to the herald's Irish iteliet Fund. Contra ry to former reports, it is alleged thal destitution in the Emerald Isle is or the inlcrease. TnE. OONy!li., AIissotini, Adtvet tiser is muhtaken inll'supposing that th< South Cnroliina Legislature has passed ait educational suffiage bill. Th< proposition has been mooted, but uc actiot whatever has been taken lead. ing in that directiot. A Loss to Journalism. Mr. 11. G. Wright, the junior pro prietor and editor of the Augusta ...

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. — 26 February 1880

TOWN AND COUNTY, IUROSDAY, rebruarr so, I a : 1sso. Tiuus or Tn Niws AND HEIML. --Tri-weekly edition, four dollars p>) tnum, in advance; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cents perannum, in advance. Liberq) discount to clubs of live and upwards. RATES oF AivERITisINo.-One dollar per inch for the first insertion, o ad fiftycents per Inch for each subsCq Aent insettion. These rates apply to ill ad vertisements, of whatever nato 1e, and are payalble strictly in advanee. Con tracts for three, six or twelve months made on very liberal terms. Tran 'ient local notices, fifteen cents per line for the first insertion and seven und one-half cents per line for each Subsequentinsertion. Obituaries und tributes of respect charged as ndver tisenents. Simhple aninounlcemienits ot Inarriagts and deaths published n'eeor charge, and solicited. All communications, of whatsoever statui'e, siould le addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Company Winnsboro, S. C. RAILROAD scHEDULE. The tollowing is...

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. — 26 February 1880

. ECentric Cats. There Is now at the Battery in the Devil's Point. England, a cat which is an expert catcher of the finny tribe, being in the constant habit of diving in the sea and bringing up the fish alive in her mouth, and depositing them in the guard-room for use of the sallors. This remarkable cat was indirectly trained by her inspector to sport in this manner, having long been avccus tomed to dive into the sea after water rats. Her love for the Wiater, says the writer, was as great as that of any Newfoundland dog. This anecdote proves how the nature of the beast may be changed by circumstances. No doubt, had she had kittens, and fish and water-rats been the only food they could obtain, they might have followed the mother's curious habit, and in course of time tie instinct becoming hereditary, there might have been a race of sea-diving cats. Cats can rea son-or put two and two together iII a quiet way. Sam Slick tells a tale touching this faculty which might not be believed, w...

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. — 28 February 1880

-WINNSBORO, so C.9 289N. 2 DON'I STOP IT, PRINTER. Uon't stop my paper printor; Don't strike my nano off yet; You know the times are stringent And dollars hard to get; Biut tug a little harder Is what I mean to do, And scrapo the dimoa together, Enough for me and you. I can't-aiford to drop it: I find it doesn't pay To do without a paper, However othera may. I hate to ask my neighbor: To give me theirs _n loan; They don't Ju-t say, buat moan it, Why don't you have your own? You can't tell how we miss it. If it by any fato 13hould happen not to roach us, Or comes a ht'le late. Thon all is In a hub A nd things go all awry; Ant. printer if your married You know thi roason why. ,1 cannot do without it; It Is no use to try: For other people take it, Aid, printer, so must I. 1, too, must keep well posted, And know what's going on, Or fet, and be accounted A fogy simpleton, Then take it kindly, printer, If pay be somewhat slow, For cash is not so plenty. And wants not few, you know. lint, ...

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. — 28 February 1880

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINN6J3O, . 0. aIATURDAY. rebruary g. s : :8 0 M. I'.4 YS DA 1 r8, Rarros. 4JNO. . a RxOLDS, AisoM AI'ra Emn. SnEaM tN's nooM, KE ELEY's MOTOR, Edisoa's lamnj;;aUd Parson Simmanonsl are all lying up in the shop for repairt at the present writing. A WiA siI NTON Col It ESPONnENT Si VA that Agricultural department sceils are the bane of the average Congress llan's existence. lie is flooded in sell son Iad out of season with demnanlds fromll his constituinents, who believe that the oief end of a Congressman's ex istence is to furnish them with twentv five cents worth of seed for nothing. TnE Co~rAImIA PEOPILE AnE QVITE encouraged about their canal. Mr. Tholupson has returned from a can vassing tour aid gives the promise that British capitalists can be induced to invest severak hundred thousand dollars in the proposed factories. Money is as pleitiful in London as fleas on a dog's back, and if one facto ry be established and declare ten or fitteen per cent. dividends...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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