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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 3 May 1882

THE-NEWS AND HKRALD. I WDvNSBORG. S. (J. j i WEDNESDAT, May 3. : : : 1883. ; . If. .VK.1.VS DAVIS. EniTOK. J SO. 5. HEYSOLUM. A.tSOCiATB EBITOK. j ' The Virginia Legislature lias ad- i' pjC journed sine-die. And Mahone didn't | get his gerrymander through after all. : The game evidently is to convict managers only. Iutimidators are left; to the mercy of Warren K. Marshall j and a Democratic jury. Gliteac's appeal will be heard on the 10th of May, lieed appearing as his j counsel. Scovillc has officially withdrawn from the case. p Blaine pronounces Shipherd's story ' of the Peruvian claim "an absolute de? ,i.A ... j.h. i;? ' ! Kl ^ 'CMiitfit;, vuin/fiuvwiiwiv-vivui ??v? . and adds that 5>hipherd is a crank who ought to go before the grand jury. Is : B* It another case of Mulligan? All that Mr Melton desires is to j jg~> hack the Democrats, and he will gladly promise to suspend judgment in- j definitely provided he ran induce them ! to ask for mercy. The Democrats have j I Mr. M...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 3 May 1882

sgvr-' - - > BPi^" LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. TTBD3TZftlMT, May S. : : : 1S82T'krms of The News and Herald. -Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per unmn.i, in advance: weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cent* peranwum, ^ ^ in advance. Liberal discount to clubs of live and upwards. Kates of Advertising.-?One dollai ^ per inch for the first insertion, a ad fifty cents per inch for each subseo ient TV?/i??A vofAe orvrvlv in o |] 1JJ>CI 1 ?V/H. JLII\>9V vv Mil vcrtisements. of whatever nature, and are payable strictly in advance. Contracts for tliree, six or twelve months S- made on very liberal terms. Transient local notices, fifteen cents per 'ine for the first insertion and seven and one-half cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Obitua-ies and \ tributes of respect charged as advertisements. Simple announcements 01 marriages and deaths published free 01 charge, and solicited. Aii communications, of whatsoever nature, should be addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Company...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 3 May 1882

( MnnnaaMMM FABX; GAKjDEX ASD HOUSEHOLD. ] ' Salt for Sheep. ( Steep requires salt regularly, but t Reasonable quantities" is a verv'indefi-!:: nite term. A really reasonable quantity j + is one that will be beneficial, and lialf: ( an'ounce a week to a sheep is quite sulS- j { cient. If given in larger quantity the 3 salt is injurious, and although we have ] not known it to produce abortion in ewes, yet its effect might produce such & result, as it would produce intestinal inflammation. But we suspect abortion in ewes is much more likely to occur! through smut in the grain or fodder, or ergot in the hay; and both of these were unusually prevalent last summer. Concernluz Orchards. E. D. Pierson, of Michigan, in connection with the subject of orchards, says no authority can inform you what kind oi trees to plant, as the best adapted to a particular soil. There are a lew rules, However, wnxcn can De ae- j pended upon. If a part of yonr farm is 1 higher than the other, is* sufficie...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 10 May 1882

WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1844. ;W Slav. ; " While the jolly hours orinfc on propitious May." I hear the footsteps of the frolic 3Iay, Tripping as on that holiday When Love with berries of the bay z : Was crowned to sing a roundelay. SiDg, ail ye choruses and choirs That lift unto thft !nvp-tnnp;l Ivres The music of their magic wire3, gP To May, to May a roundelay! 'hear the gentle murmurs of the Naiad, An the far whispers of the Dryad, In Echo's answers never tired. With love and mirthfulness inspired To sing to Slav a roundelay. Sing, spirits of the vasty air, In dingles, dells, or rocky lair, In haunted hollows everywhere, Si'Jg to the May a roundelay ! I hear the soft sea wave.-- that ebb and flow Where ancient Triton tj hern doth blow, In blasts now load, and long and low, Unto the bills, re-echoing slow, . 'i'o jlay a merry roundelay. Sin?, Oh ye spirits of the waves, "J hat sleep in hidden corves and caves, Where Doris with her ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 10 May 1882

< JTHE KEWS AND HERALD. ? K?" TOTOBOBO, s. C. f TT DNESDAT, May 10. : : : 1882. ( If. MKASS DAVIS. Bpitor. i-.; j.vo. 5. REYXOLDS. associate Ebitok. J * jSp Senator Hill's case is pronounced :1 The Radicals who are howling about ! \ registration, seem to forget that it was |; incorporated into the constitution by j < 4 the Radical party. j ( Edgefield is wide awake. Thej' Democracy have organized,and already j five candidate? for clerk of court have k their little cards in the Edgefield Ad vertiser. We have no intention of criticising the figures of the Register in reference j to the growing crops of South Caro-1 lina. But the promise is so flattering i L that we.were afraid to hope for so j ^ much. We trust the Register will1 prove a true prophet. Ok Wednesday, Ingalls, of Kansas, j had a controversy with Senator Hump-! ?r\v uhrinf- thp of the WUl*. aiHl ' fe with Senator Butler on the < 'harleston : trials. We venture The assertion that j 1 In^alls has had ubout as little...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 10 May 1882

fes* psv . " IS i' ' . * T A" * * TXTmriT T rnpvnp LWAJL UNIUiJULiuru^uij, WBD3TESDAY, May 10. : : : 1882. ^Tkrms of The News axd Herald. -Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per anniiu, in advance: weekly edition,! two dollars and fifty cents perannum. i in advance. Liberal discount to clubs j uf five and upwards. Rates of Advertising.?One dolJai ! pertuch for the first insertion, aiidl fifty cents per inch for each subset) <ent j insertion. Tnese raiesappiv w> wn ?u t " vertisements, of whatever nature, and are payable strictly in advance. Con-! tracts for three, six or twehe months ; xr:ade on very liberal terms. Trail-1 sient local notices, fifteen cents per j ;ine for the first insertion and seven ' . and one-half cent? per line for each I subsequent insertion. Obituaries and ^ j tributes of respect charged as adver- j BL isements. Simple announcements 01: S& n?arria<re> and deaths published free 01j "barge. and solicited. \f: communications, of whatsoever , Jm? na...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 10 May 1882

fFdiiS, GiHI)K5 AX!) HOUSEHOLD. ! ars! hltd {;.:rJib Xn!m. fO-dinary btuMo n ature contains up^ ?.-? el 7l) vvr of vatcr. Initiate of soJa is a good fertilizer, "t nt cnti hke it, and it is a deadly poiion for t:u-m to jret mnch of it, A lif ti?> vr<-^Q or kerosene en the legs ft fo%:> ill rtnjove scabs in a short ' te. Tv,o a:-plicationsare sometimes On scany farms tLere are some old / a.cie HL'il* old sbeep that can only be J ei-t r.r. * irss. I? is economy to fatten It!.-em for \hv cutchc-r. - p f- >1 on cut feed ere frequently lr:>4vi- o with sore lips. An application t.i sul:/;iur j;n i lard orca or twice will j.enwi i:> t a cure. Aoplos i.].v?;d among tlie ensilage in n <-io *ere well preserved. i< o i nj ay thus be varied by pretciVfd im?t placed in the silo. ratf-ice drains to let off the wsfr-r u? ai the low places in the wheat -e-d.s. Good wpg63 can be earned by attention to this matter. M u->- t.-?y fat hens are the most i:-i;;jers. Over-fatness...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 17 May 1882

WEEKLY EDITION. WIXffSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1844. ^ w _ My Sorrow. 1 saw Death's angel as it came from Heaven '5Iid cloud and blast; I said, "I pity those who mourn to-morrow; Ruch comfort from my own their hearts shall ooitow When it has passed V And taken from the mourning ones their cl:crished; ffiL When they have seen B Their loved ones suffering, changing, dying! Hr Have looked their last Upon them 'mid the roses in tho coffins' " So like?so strange. Yes, I will comfort them while saying, With upraised finger jLuruing incir eyes 10 ine uiue ssy u emcau, 2e hopeful; but a moment you shall linger, Then join your dead ^Mid beauty fadeless and 'mid joy ecstatic, To dwell for aye. This and much more of faith and resignation 3Iy lips shall say; For all is well that is?the Father orders. Go, stricken one, ilourn not the dead; they rest from toil and danger; ? His will be done! Death's angel nearer came. Lo! my poor cot He did not pass, But took from out ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 17 May 1882

PWEDXESDAT. May 17. : : : 1S-S The Grwuvillc nominate* j Tillman lor (i?ivornor. The Caui}HM*?io\v!i utui Piedmont | f lactones, m urwnviiic, are ai<o cumSknator Hill is at the Euieka Springs, in Arkansas, with 110 prospect ot* recovery. "Thf. Augusta |m>Ii<-e capture! a I South Carolina convict the other day." "Was it Robert Smalls? President Arthur has signed the toii-years Chinese bill. It srnve him si good loophole to crawl out of. The terms of the professors recent lv elected to the South Carolina College ?i>- v will begin on the first of September. ? Axothek crank who affirmed a u illg ingness to convert Queen Victoria into a Creedmoor target, has been hustled off to jail. pT : It !? >aid that the Virginia Midland ; W&?< I load will soon be pushed on from j J>anville to Statesville, X. C., giving if: - the Richmond and Danville combination two routes to Charlotte. Seven years ago there was not a j hicvcle in the United States, and now j there are over ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 17 May 1882

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ~~j ? TrW>XE*DAY, May 17. : : : 1882. ml ! .. I ^ OF TIIK NKW? AN1> MKKAM-. . -Tri-weeklvedition. four dollars />*/ ! annm./. in advance: weekly edition, j f two dollars and tifty rents peratmntn. J j /, -jji advance. Liberal discount to club- ! * ?f live and upwards, r Hates ok Ai>VKRT!"*iNfs.?One dolliu ! per inch tor the Just insertion. a.idj ML fifty rents per ineb for each sub-;(? ,ei Insertion. These rates apply tf ulad [ Yerrisemcnts. of whatever natnre. and are j?ayable strictly in advawv. t ontrad > for three, six or tweb e months j v ad? on very liberal terms. Trail-: ^ sient local notions, fifteen cents per j iji't* for the first insertion and seven ; ^ and one-half cetitf- per line for each j arlxeouent insertion. Obituaries and j tributes of respect charged as artrer iseinents. Simple announcements ox i fej?Y B-?iri;ure> and death* published free or i y. '$? "Lanre. and solicited. bhbmgwr a communications, of whatsoever! aatnre. sho...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 17 May 1882

BUHAX CURIOSITIES. Ir ' The DcTinnd Sai>?Jy for C^iarit*, 311(1- ' CCts xxv.d Other Nov??lti?s. I This is the time when the cir*;ns managers complete their arrangements fci j the season with hnman curiosities. The j ?r?aks of nature become restless in an-' tieipation of sa^dast rings and side J*hcw3, as thej prefer to travel Y.iih. a! circus to staying at a stationary musenm, j because largtr salaries are given tlicra, : their hotel billa are paid by the nan- j a^eme^t, the fat woman rides in a hack , instead of a street car, enjoying, as she j enters, the expression which mantles cabby's f^c3. He little creamed, prob- ! ably, what was before him when he con-; tracted to convey the f*t woman of the show from her hotel to the tent for t?o ] circus tickets. Woo to his vehicle if j the takes her seat energetically. The | Aioino iocr.fi to net;er advantage as iris fair skin ana pin!: eyes receive the light of the matinee sunbeams dancing through the openings in the canvas. The Circas...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 24 May 1882

? WEEKLY EDITION^ ~ WIXNSBOKO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1844. ^ * .... Silence is (JolJ. We walked among the woods in spring, When earth vas fair to see, With bluebell and -with cherry bloom ^ And white anemone. S Then one of ua, I think, iorgct & The truth, so often told? f That speech is only silver, dear, But silence often gold. You talked to me of tint and tone, Hr Of subtle green and gray; Of lisht and shade, and glint and gleam, ' And sunbeam's tender play. You made me strain my ears to hear Each tinkling phrase unfold; Your speech, may be, was silver-gilt, But yet it was not gold. ' Ah, me! you thought me savrge then, A Philistinic boy ; I know full well, that sweet spring day You robbed me of my joy. ' The false, aesthetic brass, 'tis true, Your purse could never hold ; Would it had held less silver, then, And greater store_of gold! The eyes to see, the ears to hear. The very siglit and sound ; Bui speak not, for the place -whereon You stand is holy...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 24 May 1882

fefrut NfcWb AKD HERALD. WIXNSI50R0. S. C. E||y *WT5DXE>DAT. May 24. : : : 1S*2. g* I >. ISS DA ViS. hi I r. j| <i. KEYXOLDS. S. .-.Cl.'TE hiMK Senator Williams, of Kentucky, and Congressman Blackburn, of the BSEiy-4* aanie State, arc 011 the war path. 1 lie cause of the difficulty i-? not stated. Mfc'r. Qcidnuxcs say that Blaine is at the feott^m of the Independent mo\ernent ' > - ~-t hi jreiiiisyivuiiiH Hgiau^t i/vn v/uiuciv/u. it is a part of Blaine's game to have a row in every stalwart Siate. Governok C. (J. Washburne. of "c Wisconsin, died suddenly at Eureka Springs on the loth instant. lie was one of the remarkable family of brothf ers who have distinguished themselves both in the North and West. Under the present apportionment in New York the thirty-second district Sl>?a nc l?iw> * nnnnlatinn as the eiyh JpT ~ r v t ?c? teenih and another one combined. Yet the Tammany-Republican deal refuses to redistrict, became it would give advantage to the Democrats. Fi...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 24 May 1882

P LOCAL IMELLI(ifc>Ufc. TS\EDXZ>1>AT, May 24. 1882 r j :ms of Tins Nkws axd TIkkajj*. - -weekly edition, four dollars f>ei An in advance: weekly edition fcr tw?> dollars and fifty cents [>eramunn in dvance. Liberal discount to clubs of live art*! upwards. 1 atks ok Advertising.?One dollai r- r ' per itch for the first insertion, a.ir fif V rents per inch for ea?*h subsen iem 1 - ^ ^ ' insertion. These rates appiy iu -m au TCrrisements. of whatever native, an<" are payabie strictly in sidvanei-. Contracts tor three, <ix or twel'' e month? n.-nic on very liberal teims. Transient local notie?s, fifteen cents pei ine for the first insertion and sever tandone-half cents per iine for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and ^tributes of respect chaired a* advertisements. Simple announcements 01 l^arriaifes and deaths published freeoi %anre, and solicited. Bb-V communications. ?x wnai>ue*n I fore* should i>c addressed to the Bpnnsboro Publishing Company BH^^^...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 24 May 1882

IJFOB THE FAIR SEX. Filth Avenue Picture. Trained pugs new sit at Milady's window with a bow of bright-colored ribbon at their recks, and it is easy to see that they regard themselves as a very superior kind of dog. While yon gaze at the petted beast yon have also r a chance to admire the fine design of Milady's J ace curtains, which as a matter of course, originally belonged to the Empress En enie, and were ''picked tip while we were in Europe last Summer." A Kc?v Woman. Mrs. Miriam Fiorence Leslie, the Widow of the well-known publisher, has upon application to the courts of New York, had her name changed to Frank Leslie, the name her husband bore. It was not a mere whim with her, but a business idea, as she-wishes to perpetuate the name of Frank Leslie publishing house, cf which she is now !the proprietor and manager. Every morning she is found in her office by 8 30 o'clock, J ?arnoi?>{j fill r\V1n/?!r IT* t.llft flff.P)*. ! noon. SLe signs all checks and money orders, makes al...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 31 May 1882

(i ? _ jj ! . WEEKLY EDITION. WIXNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1882. ESTABLISHED Hf 1844. j Robin Redbreast. ET JOHN G. WHITTXE2. ^ My old "Welsh neighbor over the way Crept slowly out in the son of spring, Pushed from her ears the locks of gray And listened to hear the robin siDg. . Her grandson, playing at marbles, stopped, B fcf And cruel in tport as boys will be, Tossed a stone at the bird, who hopped From bough to bough on the apple tree. "Xay," said the grandmother, "have you nc " heard My poor bad boy ! of the fiery pit And how drop by drop this merciful bird Carries the water that quenches it ? .tie onngs cool dew on his little bill And lets it fall on the soul of sin? You can see the mark on his red breast still? Of fires that scorch as he drops it in. " ITy poor Bron rhuddyn ! my breast bcrnec bird! Singing so sweetly from limb to limb, Very dear to the heart of onr Lord Is he who pities the lost like him." "Amen," I said to the beautiful myth, Sing bird of God in my h...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 31 May 1882

THE SEWS AND HERALD, WLSXSBORO, S. C. | cl WEDNESDAY, May 31. : * = 1882.! S. WEAXS DA VIS. Editor. J tl - ~>'Ynv./ nc a<uviin! Editor. I ?. >ljy w. a. u Gold is leaving America for Europe u bv everv steamer. : : The Independent Republicans of " Pennsylvania have nominated a full [ ?>tate ticket. i | Mr. Tilden has again told a news- t naper man that he will not run for the t Presidency. j 1 The Russian Czar has at last dis- j j covered that the Jews arc suffering; persecution, and has ordered the out-1 rages to stop. ; The Governor of Tennessee has j signed a bill funding the State debt at j j sixty cents, with interest at three, four j " - and five per cent. ! ] fe* ' ~" * L j The Mexican government has offer-; ed u reward of three hundred dollars . for every Indian scalp, and the Apaches are being driven back into Arizona ; and New Mexico. | Dk. Ivexdall, a practising physician | of Syracrnse, New York, was recently ' tv.mirl dpfir? in a remeterv near a srrave , which...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 31 May 1882

1 roCAT, INTELLIGENCE. ^ WEDNESDAY, May 31. : : : 1882. ri OF Tn?XEWS AND HERALD. -rJ i-'sveekly edition, four dollars per an."'hi, in advance; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cents peranum/'., L in i'dvance. Liberal discount to clubs -< >' on/1 linirnvfls U1 IIV^ GAIV4. ]." \tes ok Advertising.?One doilai pe. inch for the first insertion, and fift y cents per inch for each subseq tent insert ;on. These rates apply to all ad kvenisements. of whatever nature, and *>ro payable strictly in advance. Contract * tor three, six or twelve month1? made on very liberal terms. Transient local notices, fifteen cents per line lor the f*rst insertion and seven and one-half centg per line for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and j tributes of respect charged as adverts / isements. Simple announcements 01 & ^ mj.rriages and deaths published free 01 -Koi im nwl solicited. HBL \ 1! communications, of whatsoever B s|p? nature, should be addressed to the fig jjp Winnsboro Publis...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 31 May 1882

\ ^ IAS2. fJAT?TVFV *vn nnrspnorn ! / ^ xxv U k7UXiVJUi/? Canker Cure. A correspondent at Peoria, III., desires to know "what will cure canker in ||^ tb<5 months of fowls," This disease is occasioned from quarreling among the birds. Old hens will peck and mar each I other's heads, 01 young cocks will fre- j qnently bruise the beaks and combs or tbeir mates. Game stags are peculiarly liable to this affection (in cold weather ; especially) during their "practice" in ; i'~ being tested. The slight wounds thns I made do not heal, and they get cold in J the fresh sores. This creates cancer. The wash most commonly in use among : cockers is a salt brine, which is applied j frequently npon the head, and with ! which the month is swabbed repeatedly, j But we have found that a bath of vine- J gar, in which a little common alnm has |1 been steeped, is a more effective remW eay for canker. After thoroughly wash ing the head, month and nostrils with this, rub the sore parts with dry, powdered...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 7 June 1882

WEEKLY EDITION. ^ WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1844. Perseverance. One step and then another, And the longest -walk is en-led ; One stitch and then another, ^ And the largest rent is mended ; One brick upon another, And the highest wall is made; One flake upon another, And the deepest snow is laid. ^ So the little coral workers, By their slow and constant motion, BMr' * Have buiit tho;e pretty islands In the distant dark-blue ocean ; Alld the noblest 1111 Man's -wisdom hath conceived, By oft-repeated effort Have been patiently achieved. TheD do not look disheartened On the work you have to do, And say that such a mighty task Yoa never can got through; r" Eat just endeavor, day !.y day, Another point to gain, And soon the mountain which you feared Will prove to be a plain ! T> x t _ - " -t ?? jwme wasiioi, uuiiueu m s. uay, The ancient proverb teaches, And nature, by ber trees an,1 Ho were, - The same sweet sermon preaches. * Think not of far-off dutie...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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