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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 11 March 1880

TOWN AND, COUNTY TAIMISDAY, March : I I S 1880. TiERms or TiE NOVS AND HERALD. -Tri-weekly edition, fur dollars per annum, In advanceo weekly edition, I two dollars and lifty cents perannum, ) in advance. Liberal discount to cubs t of live and upwards. RATEs oF AiDVERTIsINo.-Oie dollar per inch for the first insertion, ) ad i fifty cents per inch for each subse.pnt. I insertion. Th'ee rates apply to-adsd vertiseiments, of Whatever natu Ce"aid are payable strictly in advance. Conli. tracts for three, six or twelve months uiade on very liberal tins.: Tran-i sient local notices, fifteen cents per c line for the first insertion. and seven and one-half cents per line for eachb subsequent insertioi. Obittaries and tributes of respect charged as advor tisenicuts. Simple announcements or t marriages and deaths published free or charge, and solicited. A17 communications, of whatsoever nature, should be addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Companyi Winnsboro, S. C. 31AILUOAD sCuEDULE. rhe fo...

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. — 11 March 1880

Woet India Docks. You approach the West India Docks through the Great Eastern Railway Com pany's terminus at Fenchurch street; and nowhere in Englana are railway appoint. ments more abominable. Greasy platforms under rickety sheds; trains like that "at ring of second-hand coffins" in which Artenus Ward travelled to the south; servants who look as if they had been rigged out Lt ran dom by contract with the second-hand slop dealers in floundsditch. The mixture of your fellow-pussenger is picturesque, though yon may be surprised to meet most of them in first-clas carriages; and already you are conscious of soine reflections of the sunshine of Eastern lands. The diamond that adorns the middle finger of that shipbroker oppos Ito has a barbaric look; and the talk of the gentleman in shaggy pilot cloth, with the slight gold circlets in his rosy ear, is of reefs in the Red Sea and the bars of Chinese riv er. it is characteristic by the way that ho presses a full flavored manilla on the good...

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 March 1880

* - - -. . * - - - - - WINNSBORO, S. C, MARCH 13, 1880. 2 kl#~.'AND*,801.3 Tno clo-uds, a o o arkly o i TRhe sullenl 'ooe skY'ould fain Pour down a neve n' ditr' shower; I hear the pattering of the rain, I hear it rattle on the pane. And than I see the mist-entwining Nor one pohition loig rot*iu. Behold! the gentle sun is shiuiig As' though exultant in its power, Tue storm boats down with steady strain Upon the ivy of the tower I hear the pattorb?g of the rain; It sniftly swept aoross the plain. And then I see the sky refining And Molten with a golden stain. lehold! the gentle sun Is &hiningl Beneath the storm the cattle cower, It boats upon the growing grain, . And as it breaki b3th bud and flower, I h.ar thp pattering of the rain. Ftom wliore the clouds too long have lain They tyrn, and shoy a silver lining, A Apleqoid 'Iorj coiosa ain]. Dehoi! tire gentle (u s stiohng l Foiling the Widow. It was a family council of deep signifi cance and dire import. Delia, sitting upon the a...

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 March 1880

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINN&jORo, 8. C. SATURDAY, Marsh 18, a jt. jrNB D & 801T DDITIR. .A0. a. H YN01DM1 Aasesatu NDzrom. CoL. WATir AIKEN HAs INTnIODUCE) a resolution hi the House to appropri ate ten thousand dollars for an ex Perim13eIldll tn"hr, and ten thousand mnore for expenses connected with the saille. LZADINo Dao,nAT8 o. NEw Yoni: have organized a Democratic Union, the obInct being to unite all Democrats On national issues. The novemnent is very respectable and some hopes are entertained of its success. TIIH LATEST BOOM IN )EMOCiATIC circles Is for 11ugh J. Jewett, of Ohio, now President of the Erie Railroad. Judge Jewett ran for governor in 1861 but was defeated. In 1873 he was elected to Congress, but resigned to take the presidency of the Erie Rail road, requiring, It is said, a bonus of one hundred thousand dollars and a salary of forty thousand dollars a year for five years. lie has achloved great sUcCes in the a nagenent of this and other railroads. He is popul...

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 March 1880

TOWN-AND COUNTY,' SATURDAY, Marob 13, 1 1 : 180. TERMs oF Tu1f NEWS ANI) HE A,ID. -Tri-weely edition, four d91lar per annU2, in advance; we.eklYledition two dollars and.fifty conts p i 1114 fin advance. Liberal dienuzW.t,dhs of five and upwards. RATES Ol' Au?vErIsmN(.-Ope 1o1l per Inch for thp Jrsts i gertion i:ad ifty cents pei' iA-fi orlwwlh ubs -1nt isert ion.y..T1tsaas" ly to iilEad vertIsemniit0;, of w nQj:latu slad are payable sti'ctly :1 n vao, Con tracts fot* t.V6; six or twelve lionths made on .very - liberal tefls. .frili sient local .:gotices, fifteen cent's ptr line for theist insertion and .soven and oie-half 'oents ei port 116 fd64 each subsequent inserti6n.' Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as adver tiseinents. Simple announcements ot marriages and deaths published free o' charge, and solicited. All coiniunications, of whatsoever nature, should )e addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Company; Winneboro, S. C. UAILROAD SCHEDULE. The following is the schedule...

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 March 1880

Te Mysterious Customer. I was playing Mr. SpiccrJ?umford iI "Artful Cards," and you knowin the second act he goes to an evening party, and he has bought a pair of white kid gloves-regular party-going gloves, warranted not to split, at one-and-six. But they do split, and here is the fun of the Introduction of those comical articles called hand-shoes by the matter-of-fact Germans. The gloves were necessary for the fun of the play; they nmst be split or there is no fun; and I usually kwp a dozen pairs ready In case of emergency, as I have to split them before going upon the sttge. When acting in a celebrated provincial town, where they are extremely critical and particular down to the smallest detail, my dresser told me that I had no gloves; I had used themi all. it was a dreadfully wet night, pouring cats and (logo, and all the best sliops were shut up; so I told the coachman to stol, at the first gloverstore lie caine to. We cane to a halt at a. miserable-looking fourth-rate shop, wh...

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. — 16 March 1880

, 16 Til-EEKLY VDTIO{ WINNSBORtO, S. C., MAIRCIH 16, 1880. VOLTR.NO._W THERE 18 NO DEATH. There Is no deathl The stars go down To rise upon some fairy shore. And bright in ffeaven's jewelod crown They shine forevormore. Thero is no deatlhi The duot we treat Shall ohango bepeath the suiumor eshowei The golden grain, or inellow fruit. Or rainbow tin.ted -flower. , The granito rooki$ disorganize To food the hanging rAdvs they boat'; f The forest tr6os drink dail.*'life From out the viewless air. There is no death! The -avesmayallv-o;t*-, The flowers may fado and pass away They only wait through wintry hours For coming"bf t h: U There 's no death! An angol form Walks o'er the earih with silent tread; Ho bears our best loved things away, And then-wo call thoi dead. H leaves our henrta all desolate, lie plucks our fairest sw,eet 1)6%jers; Transplanted into blisy, they w Adorn immortal bo, ers. I The b'rd-liko voice whose joyous notes Mado glad those sconos of sin and strife, Sings now an ...

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. — 16 March 1880

THE NE% AND HERALD. WINN8JORQ.,'S C. TUERSDAY, March 10. t. MNAXB DAYIS. MPITOR. vo- J. nUFkOLDS. A1406IATI HDIT0S. VRUINTA F! IN BA1) WAY POLITICALLY. The leadjsen-.ios or Repudiator.4 have split both tIle old pr'iles in twain, and the iprospect is that there will be three electoral tickets in the field in Novem ber. Tihe Illedjusters say they will pledge thomselves to no candidate, but they will run six Democratic Read justers and five Radical Ilteadjusters on their ticket. The ipshot will doubt less be that the Readjusters and Radi cals will run a mongrel ticket ; in oth er words that the Radicals will absorb the Readjusters. A Ship Railroad. Capt. Jas. B. Eads, of jetties fame, Is In Vashin[Igton, pushing his scheme for a ship railroad across the isthmus of Panaima or at some other suitable place. He is sanguine of the success of the entierprise because it would be one-foiurthI as cheap as a canal, can be compleited lit one-fourth the time, while ships can be traiisported four 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. — 16 March 1880

TOWN" AND COUNTY. TUSPAY, March 10, I I a : 1880. TIitsis oi Tiin Npws. AND nERALD.. -TI'ri-weekly edition, four dollars per aannt, in advance; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cents peranflrnum, in advanee. Liberal discount to clubs of tV4i anld upwards. , RATEs or ADvEIrTISIN0.---One dollar per inch for the first inseftion; i id fifty cents per Inch for elic subseq jent insertion. These rates apply to Vil'ad vertisements, of whatever natv re, and I ae payable strictly in advaneo. Col tracts for three, six or twelve months made on very sliberal terms. Tran sient local notices, fifteen cents per line for the first ii1sertion and seven and one-half cents per line for each subsequentinsertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as adver tisements. Semple announcements 01 marriages and deaths published free ot chaR e, and solicited. All communications of whatsoever nature; slould he aldresscd to the Winushoro Publishing Companyi Winnsboro, S. C. RAILROAD SCHEDULE. Tiho fol...

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. — 16 March 1880

Queer Habits of Gul#. Cl1thed with a mass of close feathers, the gulls appear larger than they are in reality) as seen when, on ample, slowly-flap ping pinlons, they sail along in a circling course, intent on-the waves beneath. Rapid though their flight undoubtedly is, their powers are rather calculated for endurance and. the ease with which they make their way. Opposing the head in a direct line to the wind, they ride out the severest ton pest; and the higher and rougher the waves, the more abundantly is their prey brought within reach. All gulls prefer a fish diet, but.gulls cannot dive to get below the sur face. The gull must rise on the wing and drive herself Into the water by main' force. She is thus denied the power of selection which the diver posseses, and nutst take hold where she can, provided the fish Is not too large to swallow. Jn the season when her brood Is growing this would prove a serious drawback on the parent's eiliciency but for an Internal provision. Fish do no...

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. — 18 March 1880

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., MARCII 18, 1880. - VOL. IV.-NO. 34. AT REST. Onoo more the ripened year unfolds Her I onnons, gold embossed; And where the grand oaks.tempest tossed Lift up bare arms, communion holds With Him Who thus a boutid has set For human longing and regret! While blessed Iest, in elumber deep. Ondrooping eyelids lays a hand, And spreading white wings o'er the land, Bids stars eteinal vigil keop 'Till sleeps sweet influence shall restore The earth to fraitfulnoss once more! Thus the full year so lightly rounds Her finished meed of work, and stands - Exultant; 'though her folded hands Assures tis that all paaco abounds, And past all longing and regret Is the fair goal her soul has set IHow different wel We trembling stand On our grave's brink and cringing oling To all the transient hopes which fling Their fitfal lights along the strand, And 'till our star of life has set Cheat us wijli longing and r-gratI Oh! typo 6f everything Divine Dear Nature-draw us o...

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. — 18 March 1880

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNISORO, a. C, THU1tSD,Y. blardh s. : l ogo It. M7..4N 1 D AVIS, ftita. a0. A. ftA?YXoLP8. AsocMIAM IRtOR. TnE 3E.Ai!Folm, .'u's says that the p loihatq huilhies Is iiprovllng, and the mines are inlerensing their yield. Ex-AvrotrnNv OCNE1A L 8an1 W. ilayNe died 1-eccnitly in CharIlesitoi at 'the age of seventy-one years. General I lyne was a noble type of Caroliniian, aid although ihe had reached the allotted litit his death will be geier ally deplored. W. I1. VANDEInIIT IS SAID TO 1I1 the mysterioits person Who will de fray the expenses of bringing the Eiryptianl Obelisk to New Yo-k, while P1'irre Lorillard, another- millionaire, pol)po.q(s to the Fiench goveriniment to I'aise it joilt expeditoin to gain in formatiotn about the pire-historic races of, Mexico. Good for the millionaires. DF-Nms KI-AitNEY HAS COME TO grief. lie was arrested onl a charge of I wetting a riot, and taken before the 1,olien judge of Sa4n Frneifso. On Tuesday morniim lie Was sentenced...

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. — 18 March 1880

IV 1~ i ll TOWNANO COt NW 1iAY,1AT. March 18., I i I 186#. Tri-Wveekl editioi, four dolla'S" d anfii i IIadvatice; weekly edio , t.%Vd d16#rA and fifty cents peroti i nw!, In a(WMIne. Liberal discousit to clubs of fidV and upwards. R A U s o00 A v nRlsILt.- One doll1 1 per Inch for the first insei:tion, o aid fifty cents per inch foi' each itibseq int Alserflon. Theso rates apply to nil ad vertisements, of whatevr nato ee, and. we payable strictly. in advaneO. Con tractsfor threo, six or twelve months. Inado on very liberal terms. Tran ilent loctl lbticeR, fifteen cents per line for the first insertion and seven and one-half cents per line for each subsequentinsertion. Obituarics and tributes of respect charged as adver tiseinents. Simple announcemlents or marriages and deaths published free or charge, and solicited. All communications, of whatsoever mature, should he addressed to the Winnsboro Publishliig Company Whinsboro, 8. C. p RAI.ROAD HCIEDULE. in1 tiin schedulo bf arrivals 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. — 18 March 1880

FARM AND GARDE. PLANT FooD.-Tlls must bo In a sol uble or liquid condition. All the no cessary mineral -fertilizhig ingredient may he present in a soil and yet may b of no avail unless in a soluble condi tion, or tinless they have also a solvent A surface made up of coarse pebble only, without any pulverized material would ,be hopelossly aterlie, evei though those pebbles nigit have th chemical, composition of the best forti lizers. The mass of coarse pebble would lack the porosity and sensibilit of a good soil. Fertile solls must pos seas both. Fields of tine, light, and po rous soll, of the mlost favorable compo sition would be whlly unproductive I a drought for want of a proper solvenr to convey the mineral Ingredients int< the tissue of plants. Evei when walte anough was present, if the fertilizinN elements of the soil were in such a con dition thasit could not stu.ttheiml, th< soil would be perfectly sterile. letim the great utility of the solvents and de. composing agent...

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 March 1880

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., MARCH 20, 1880. VOL. IV.-NO. 35. . QUIET HOURS. The morning will soon be here, . n For over the put ple hill The daylight is chasing iho night away With a foot that is noiseless and still. Oh, the night was so long. so longi As I sat by. the window alon, Watching the moon as it slwly rose Till above the trees it shone. It looked, as it hung in the sky. - Like a goblet filled to the brim With wine of an amber, golden hue; But now it is white and d m, As if it had all been quaffcd, i And only the glass remained, I With the faintest, palest, slimmering tinge t To show what It then containod. And onco, when it fullest seomed, With the sparkling, glitteoring wino, A single star, like a fleck of foam Of the precious juico of the vino, Wont drifting, drifting off, s As we sometimes loe' a day 3 That, when the goblet of life is full, Silontly floats away. But now the daylight is hore, And the sad, vaguo thoughts of night I Have died away. as the sunbeam...

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 March 1880

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNS.IoRo. s. c. SATURDAY. March 20. : : 1880. It. N RAN M j1"AIS, XtTOR. NIAoe S. U frNoLI)s, AggOOT .~DT0R. THE CATIoLIC POPlLATION OF TIlE Un'ited States is estilitted at six m hlos, of whom six hundred I-housand five in Now York City, three hundred thousan190d in, Boston anid two hundred thlousanld in (lneininati. A STItAW nICAKS A CAMEL'S BACK. Sati Francisco Patiently endired Kear ney's ravings for a couple of years, but. when Weston and O'Leary came over and began a six days walking match, flesh and blood couldn't statid the racket anly loiger, and the citizens bought 8hot-gu ns and repeatilng rifles by.the wagon load and swore the thing had to Stop. IN ANNOUNVINU THAT A mlllrE MAN been seit to the San Francisco pest house for. tubercular leprosy, the Call gravely says: "le has had' it three years, and, as It Is the swiftest of all the leprosieS, the physicians un11ite in the oph.ion that he cannot possibly live more than) t welve years longer." For a de...

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 March 1880

TOWN AND COUNTY, SATURDAY, March 20. : : 1: 1880 Tims oF TnE NEws 'AND 1ERALD -Tri-wcekly edition, four dollars ej annum, In advance; weekly editon two dollars and fifty cents perannum in advance. Liberal discount to clubi of five and upwards. RATES -oF ADvEnTISINO .-O110 (olla1 per inch for the firs, insertion, 9 ai lifty cents per inch for each iubseq ion insertion. These rates apply to all ad vertiseinents, of whatever natu re, ai are payable strictly in advance. Con tracts for three, six or twelve monthi made on very liberal terms. Tran slent local notices, fifteen cents pel line for the first insertion and sevei and one-half cent? per line for cacl subsequent insertion. Obituaries an( tributes of re,pect charged as adver tisoments. Simple announcements o: marriages and deaths published free o: charge, and solicited. All communications, of whatAoevei nature, should be addressed to th< Winnsboro Publishing Company Winnsboro, S. C. 0 RAILROAD sCHEDULE. The following is the sche...

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 March 1880

Law for the People A parole gift of personal property must be accompanied by possessioin. The atempt to commit a felony or nisdemeanor, is an indlotable offense. It Is larceny to appropriate goods mislaid, or left by mistAKe. A verbal release of a debt, not foun ded on a valuable consideration, will not bar an action. Guardians, if practicable, must lend out the money of their wards, on good security, and must collec tile interest annually. Any one who takes possession of a minor's estate without authority of inw, may be held liable as a guardian. Tihe voluntary concurrence of com petens minds Is required to make a val Id contract. If deception be practiced, by either of the parties, In aematerial matter, or either be so intoxicated as to be unabl to comprehend the .nature and effect 6f the transaction, tills invalidates the contract. The father i8 the natural guardian and custodian of his children ; but, inl case of separation, their custody may be given to the mother, If the fathe...

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. — 23 March 1880

T1RI-WEEKLY EDI TION. WINNSBORO, S. INI ARCH 23, 1880. VL V-O 6 TO-DAY. The hours were bright in days that are no more, And pleaant life's strange way-. A rapture hung around the hills-a glory on the shore Yet Is aught changod to-day? Shone over bluer skies than these-o'or sweeter sang the birds, Or hsped the brooklot's lay or love, time tried, confosed its' tale with truer, geutler words Than t' esoe it breathes to-day? And crimson buds so fair, albeit they grow in early spring. And with its zephyrs play. That wh n the later Autumn's handaisief ripe rod rses bring, We'll wear them not to-day? Hopo then oing fondly to our breasts and like a Summor iriwnd, Elang to us on our way, but with the Winter fiolds-while strong and faithful to the end, Truth gives her hand to-day. That was at night-we oven slept an I dreamt illusiva dreams, so let thoml pass away; To thoso'who ,will, there's sweetest reAt and blies in theso full beams That light our lives to-day. The Terrible Tragedy. A burst...

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. — 23 March 1880

THE NEWS AND RERALD. WINNb3no.o S. 0. TUEUDAr. MIKrvh23, a V 1 o. It. M R.y8 DA PIS, ROrOR. J.V*. S. n-.vSULDS. ASWUIATr EaOn. TuE DL.N0011MC u FrwExCTiVR Com. Ilmitlee of Penlns) lvania has had a m11eetinig anld the an1ti-Tildlen 111011, in the exipesslve laguage of 0110 of their ! number. "-gave Sammy a black eye." . The Louisinna committee favors laln cock. A Northern correspondenit In terviewed the South Carolina Legisla ture at its recent session and reports a two-thirds majority for Bayard, with buymlour meconld. The Coltambia Election. The Demnorats of Columbia have unanimouslnminlated Mr. Ielard O'Neale, Jr. for mayor, with a ticket I or aherniet composed of twelve well knowni and sterling eit izens. The cor respondmit of #he .News and Courier liltimates that a strong Independent candidate will be oinamited, but. a dispatch to the Augusta Cronicle the (1 y at'10 expreises the probability that Capltin O'Neale will have no op position. We hope for the sake.of tile good amine o...

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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