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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 5 April 1871

o1100D1 9, NOW RECEIVING TOOk of Consisting of SPALland FANCY CRY 008 -7N , &0Ce,g Also a splendid assortment of i LOTHINC, OOT8, 8HOES, HATS, &C., LovelAce & Wheeler. 29 18 ew Store!! hi -o pned.& FAMILY GROCEIY AND RO ISION Store > In the building lately occupied S-as thle POST OFFICE,l Whe.o,wo- will.keep a C I ,Tresh Stock of Goods, 8uchas'are uisuall) k cpt' in Familyli Croce Ires, and which we intend to sell at the Lowest Cash Prices. LOVEiLACE & WIIEELER. March 29 13 SPRING STYLES JUST OPENED AT MCFALL PO[L'S 1 The only louse in Newberry exclusively devoted to DRY GOODS! And in which LADIES CAN PrO1CUrlE WHii AT EVER THEY NElED AND OF TIL E B3EST F'AHR1C. SPRING STYLES ARE BEAUTIFUL, and emibrace DRESS aGOQDS, With trimmnings to mantch. CAT LIOES of neat paitterns, SILK CO VERI/NOS, NmbroiderIes, Edgings, Ta.ings, S loVes, HoDsiery, RIbbons. A beauitiful assortmenant of Shower and lUack Curls, of Real IIair, and all grados and colors. And all other thin...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 5 April 1871

WHO WILL CARE? Who will care ? When v,e lie beneath the daisies, Underneath the churchyard mold, And the long grass o'er our faces Lsys its fingers damp and ccld; When we sleep from caie and sorrow, And the ills of early life Sleep, to know no sad to-morrow. With its bitterness of 'trife Who will care? Who will care? Who will come to weep above us, Lying, oh ! so white and still, Underneath the skies of summer, When all nature's pulses thrill To a new life, glad and tender, Full of beauty rich and sweet, And the world is clad in splendor That ti e years shall e'er repet Who will care? Who will care? When Queen Autumn's flowers blossom, And she stoops in pity down, With a white lower for our bosom, Taken from her royal crown? Who will come to kneel in pi'y By our long and narrow bed, When the wild winds sing their ditty In the grasses o'er our head Who will care? Who will care? When the Springtime's glad smile lingers On the meadows far and wide, And she drops, from rosy fingers, Blo...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 5 April 1871

up Ic ment to NewberrHerald NEWBERiW . S. C.- EDNSDA P PRIL-5 1871. - LAWS OF THE STATE* Actavad Join eolutions passed by the Geiieral isaemby of scuth Carolina, Session of 187O..'r1. [-F FIC I A L.] AN ACT 'iO CETR THE TOWN OF YoREKLLS. * Sacr oee 1. Bet enacted by the Senate and House o-ef28 natirvs of the Sate of South Carolina, ioiW-mt and stting in General Assembly, and by the'auhrity of the same : That from and after the-assage of this Act, all citizens of this State having.reside.I sixty days in the Town of York ville;sha bedeemed;, and are bereby declared to be a body po:itic and corp:-rate, and the said --towm shal ' b e -called and kaowu by the name of 'Yorkvile, and its corporats limits shall extend Gne milein each direction from the Court House 'i aton. SEc. 2. That the said town shall be governed by an Intendant and -four Wardens, who shall be citizens of the' United States, anid shall ba've been residents of the said town for sixty days, immediately preceding their ele...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 5 April 1871

- a QAll x.0. A; -j -ALIhoinra t ad ithn i -tao'po* 46~ A T4ef0p d0ailhOU -t p ~em 61 #yen 9w atredstoo ' yWym 9~~~~~~t V4 I a fhf M$t'at iet b tif, Whq shi06j be sworn InI and in*fested *Kth" ilh-ij v'vq:*'reand oU646ijlo all i6a'atieesindi ii4bll tiibta 0onaD,iiio Iiow' d okr stibjA61o C by ia*, '1 additoh, td thb dutlois'ri ibltt - s Pbofally. obb ferkod a'd Impbeed up6tijb'em b: - te Tpw, 0ub4th 'rovided, That thdir"Jurisdko tionsha bb~ufled it ieimits 6f,tho Old( Ip6w6r :to eataifilob" 4-guar'dL hoitoe ind'to pro bajbe'b'iod(nabefsuMfble ykile6 -and i-egula Misefdr- keeping -'&-d governing tho.sauieo,an( tritil, edohb guaWd" house khall be establitihed tity s'ai obtitlbrzedto uso a robin in thi ofriniotn Jail of'Darlington COunty for tho. contino .meoot of all ViO'sobs wlhd,-msy be subjoot to'b4 oinitted for violation of any ordinance of thi Aowp, passed-it odufortulty to the provisions ol this Aot;'hnl hb vMd Town Vouncil may, by,or, dinanhoo, o4 th4"e'id( Intendant and Wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 12 April 1871

ADVERTISINC RATES. TME HERALD IS PUBLISHED column advertisements ten per cent on above' EVERY WEDNESDAY MOlNING, tices of metings, bituanes and t At Newberry C. H.,d Special notices in local column 20 ces-. By Thos. P. & R. H. Greneker, 'detisements not mared itb tie n.r Editors and Proprietors. keptdinaridlcfwrbil. ("ESS, ci 9 9$ e eWX, pecia icontracts made with large *.Jter Invariably in Advance. __-_r____t_en_on_above_ra___ Tapr is stopped at the expirstiou ot 5 Q WIV6 ped atr tcb expiraaid. of 01fl VII W EDNESDAY MORNING, APR1L 12, 1871. N .1 .Dewith Nestness and Dlispatch. Cg- The ;O mark denotes expiration of sub. Vol. v .W DS A Terms Cash. -Cription. S P E E C II oF HON. J. PROCTOR KNOTT, OF KENTUCKY, In Congres, TanUary 27, 1871. 'now',t thou the land where the lemon trees bloom, Where the gold orange glows in the deep thickets gloom; Where a wind ever soft from the blue hea Ten blows, And the groves are of laurel, and myrtie, and ro<e." (Goethe's Wilheln Meister. Th...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 12 April 1871

A ro. *r.ej-i, s. a, dednesday, April 1, IM . ha u lU Bail. I e IIouse, by a vote of 118 to 91, has passe. modified Ku Klux bill, which strikes oa'. s,cond, third and fourth sections of the original, already given to our readers. The bill has been referred in the Senate on its second reading. and until it finally passes both houses, there let it rest. The Cottn TaxBefore The Supreme Court The Augusta Chronicle & Sentinel says. "Fi om the telegraphic dispatches as to the decision of the Supreme Court in the case of Farrington vs. Sanford, involving the constitutionality of the cotton tax law, the opinion seems to have exten aively obtained that the Court decided in favor of its constitutionality. Such is not the case. The Court was equally divided on the question, and, tberefore, really made no decition. That divi-ion, by operation of law, left the decision of the Court below to stand. In a wcrd, it was a drawn battle, and the door of redress by Congress is left open to the South...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 12 April 1871

ALJ TO HAND. OUR BEAUTIFUL, ATTRACTIVE AND rdioary CHEAP STOCK OF DRY GOODS Is in store and moving, making room daily for NEW ARRIVALS, Which we will continue to receive a'l through the season. OUR SAMPLE BUREAU Is a success, and we are now distributirg Goods over the entire State through its agency. The inost careless observer cannot but see the great advantages to be derived from dealing with a live honse, like ours, where everythin- is kept moving by srstem and order-where no extra profits are tacked on to pay idle hands. Of coure, we ca, and do SELL GOODS CHEAPER THAN ANY HOUSE IN TaJS SECTION. A posi tive proof is, that we sell more Goods than all the rest added together. That is the proof. The people know where to buy cheapest, and let the stranger follow the great public. In buying, let them follow those who know R. C. SHIVER & CO. Apr. 12, 15-it. COLUMBIA, S. C. SPR1G GOODS.' fW& take this method of informing our atrons bud the public generally, that we are now recei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 12 April 1871

IF WE KNEW. If we knew the woe ard heartache U aiting forfus down.the road, jour lips.could taste the wormwood, If onr backs could feel the load, ; o.-Uwe w*aste the day in wishing For a time that ne'er can be; Would we wait in such impatience For our ships -.o come from sea? if we knew the 1 -by fir.gers Prescd against the window pane, Would be cold and stiff to-morrow Never trouble us aga:n Would the bright eyes of our darling Catch the frown upon our brow; Would the print of rosy fingers Vex us then as they do now ? Ah, these little ice-cold fingers, Ilow they point out memories back To the hasty words and actioni Strewn along our backward track I How these little bands remind us, As ;n snowy grace they lie, Not to scatter thorns--but roses For our reaping by-and-by! StranLewe never:prize the music Till the sa eet-voiced bird has flown; Strange that we should slight the violots Till the lovely flowers are gone; Strange that summer i-kies and sunshine Never seem one-half so fair A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 19 April 1871

-YTHEAERALD - ~Advenisements inserted .t the rt IS P E-IR- p.-r sqtfmre-onle inch--for tir ' t in r:b - EVERY WEDNESDAY MODINING \Nif.%ch .eeins.olituries and At Xwbery . H, : ~ I ~ .% of respeer, same rates per square a., t Newberry C. .,avetismns. Special notices iui local colum:I -: By Thos, F. & R. H. Greeker, -mn"*' Editors and Proprie:ors. - anid charged accordingly. KRKS,dei R f& .i KTAY,Speci:l nntraers m-ede with b.rgr ad Invariably in Advance. tiser_ _w:th__i_>era_-deductious--niar ,ve in: DOP, TU~. par i! stoppedI at the expiration of Q ex."tion.*r Vol. VII. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRiL 19, 187~1. No. 16. Done-wi:b Xei-nees - a4 C7b The:o, mark denotes expiration of 'sub- *ol *I W EerSDs Ca-h. .P 11 cription. Aets and JoiRt Resodutions Passed by the Legislature-Session 1870 and [OFFICIAL.] AN ACT TM FURTUER AMEND AN ACT ENTITLE1> "AN ACT PROVIDING VOR THE ASSESSMENT AND TAXA 'PON OF PROPERTY." SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatires o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 19 April 1871

f .nnaggr. S;& dedne3day, April 19, 1871. 1, C F-r a copy of the proceedings of the si-ia m-etiuig of the Charleston Cham Iser of Commerce, held on the 30th March, in reference to the public debt :m'1d taxation of the State, we are inidebt e-1 to the Chamber of Commerce. The p-roceedings of the special meeting of the Charleston U,ard of Trade accoMpanies it. These proceedings are highly inter esting, and the Chamber iill accept thai:ks f>r the courtesy. Another Way for the Money to Go The Uinion Times shows that under te old system of drawing juries there : no expense in the drawing. Now th:ere is. For that County it will be .biat three hundred und fifty dollars; t-r (har-leston, one thousand. An al. proximation may easiy be made from thi-, w:at the aggregate will be. The !>:od consists of three officers, who are v: 1iiied to three dollars a day, a ho wil il:inue in session as many days in the vma as the Circit Court is in session in :!Ie C-,untv. There will be a dra%ing I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 19 April 1871

1871. 1871.11 SPRING SUPPLIES. T The Undersigned has now fully opened a Complete and Hand some Stock T OF C Spring & Summer GOODS, W Consisting in part of DRESS GOODS-all lines. DRY GOODS-a beautiful selection. SHOES, HATS. NCTIONS. GROCERIES-a full, fresh,l choice stock. CROCKERY, GLASS aind'B WOODEN-WARE, &c., &c., &c. a&-These Gods will bi: sold low for Cash..g J. M. WILSON. April 12 15 tf. M8 BA.RRE & SON HAVE the pleasure of announcing that their stock of goods for IV THIS SPRINC SEASON Is onle' Of The Largest, Handsomest, Most varied And Cheapest! And embr.aces int DRY GOODS : AND DRESS PATTERNS, An assortment which cannot f-il o a-tract and please. All of which hve beetn seleCt ed wi,h unusial care an. boutt for cash, andtberefore can be sold LOW. .s, MuAlias. Poplins, Lenos, I sums34ibbous. Trimingi.. to exe e' .c. .AN D NOTIONS, WIIITE GOODS. ILAND)KERCHIIEFS. PERFU/MERY, SOAP,&G. Casieresi. Linuis. Se:nrfs, Shirts. For gentcemen, toge'her 'nLL a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 19 April 1871

O3LY A WORD. A fr;volovi word, .t sharp retort, A p,rting in angry haste, The -min that rose on a bower of Wlipt, The loving look aid the tetider kiss, MI.is set oni a b .rreis w.tste, Whre piui.ms treid with weary feet Paths destinted nev, r more to meet. A frirolonit word, a shiarp retort, A fijoilisit ilILt 1iots o t yCarj, rwo lives are wrecked on a stormy shore, Where bijlow- of passiono surge ani roar To break in a spray of tears; *ears shed to blind the Qeveral pair lorifting Peward aid drowtiig there. A frivolous worl, n sharp retort, A flash from a matsing cloud, Two hearts are sCathed to their into.t core, Are ashes and dust for evermore Two faces turn to the crowd, 3asked b% pride with a life long lie, To hide the scars of that agony. A frivolots word, a sharp retort, An arrow at ramlom sped, It has etit in twaii the mystic tie Tmat hts hmoumnd two sofl. ii harmony, Sweet love lies bleeding or deml, A poisned shaft with scaree an itm 1a% done a miseief sad as shamne. A fr...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 26 April 1871

IADVERTISINC RATES. T H E HEALD H A Ld en-ind-ttheter$1 IS P~DLInED,.~perC .quare--one inch-for Erst insertion, as.a 1s rUft.1snED) !Afrec usqen netO.DDl EVERY WEDNESDAY MOJ.NING, Noticesofmeeting,obituariesand trib At Newberry C. U., advetiements. BYThoa. F. & R. H. Greneker, Editors and Proprie:ors. her of insertions will be ktpt in Wi forts. - ~and charged accord1ing!f. SES e X j _____ _______ _..___- Specird enntracts mn-ide wita Iarg'sad*r Iuvariably in Advance. ----i-f--z- - - """ ti<er-, w:th liberal deduc:!ons on above rater r-T p E er i4t gt<p,-x- at the exi Atino tces expiration Vol. VII. W E DNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 2', 181. No. 1. D--i e Di . he M art enote expratio of-ub Acts and Joint 1Ies alution's 4med4 the Legisgature-Ser.sion 1870 and 1871. [OFFICIA L.] -AN ACT 7o AMIND AN ACT ENTIT.ED '"AN ACT PROVIDNG FoR THE AS SESSMENT AND TAXATION OF PROP ERT, PASSED 15TI SEITEMEII., - X AN) ALL ACTS AMENDATORY 'THERETo. SECTION 1. Be it enated by thri 1&nate and H...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 26 April 1871

dednesday. April 26, 181. Cotton States Life Insurance CompaZy. We take pleasure in calling the atten t.ion of our readers to the card to be found in this issue relating to the above named company, one of the most popu lar and fairest in its dealings now in op-2 ration. One of its chiefest merits is that it is a Southern company and identi. tied with the interests of the South. ern people, and as such has peculiar claims. The company, as will bo seen by advertisement, has added the Tontine system of dividends to its other plans, any information desired will be prompt ly given by addressing either Mr. W. J. L-Lval, at Golumbia, or M. W. Abney, M. D., at Edgefield. The Columbia Union. The editor and proprietor of the Daily Union of Golumbia, is now issuing a Weekly paper, and promises "to devote it to the material interest of South Car olins," and "not to offensive partizan ship." This is eminently right, and we hope Mr. Carpenter will make it such. A-ide from its peculiar polities, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 26 April 1871

BUSHELS ENVILLE MEAL *j ~B2h. GRIST. Ir.'o-sale by D. MOWER. GREIT EACITEMENT AT TIE ...,ALTIMORE~ CORNER#' TO the LARGE CONFECTIONERY of A. M. WICKER, - - e has added a full and complete assort ent-of GROCERIES AND -1rEADING GOODS, Such as - Bacon Sides, Lard, Smoked Htms, Pickled Pork, Flour, Meal and Grist, - Sugar of all grades. Ooffee, Tea, Molasses, Vinegar and Dried FFrits, and every defcription of Can d;e.%, fresh Fruits and Nuts, with inmany other necessaries and NOTIONS. You can't help being satisfied and sup plied eith all your heart could wish. I have enlarged my business with he bope and expectAtion of collecting what is how due mne. 'OME AND PAY UP-NO! -NOREVCREDIT. A. M. WICKER BALTIMORE CORNER. A pr. 19, 16-3mn. R EAD ;-CARE FU L LY. .Agne and Fever. h.fe.only preventive known for Chilht and Fever b.the wte of Wolfe's Schiedamn Schnapps. Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps. - Is good for Dyspepsis W olfe's Schiedam Schnapps. - Is&a preve e of Chills and Fever. -W olfe's Sc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 26 April 1871

THE DAYS THAT ARE NO MORE. How sadly pleasing 'tis to caq Our eyes back v'er the cle(i-ere2 pa!t, Whereliglhts and shadows mingled lie, Like clouds along the evening sky; And dwe.:t:, in otw eleatsant secne, Live o'er ag.i: what o.ce hath been, And never more may be. Thus in my lonclieit moments oft A vi4ion biutuliful and s.ofi, A vision of the days that were, 1% spread te'ore mte, freblh and fdir As when thy fl.-w, these golden hours, All p-st 'mii umer. Lirds and flowers, And maidens fair and free. Oh h.ppy das: whose sunny skies Were not more cloud!ess than our eyes, And the bright faces of the flowers Were not more shadowless than ours; Love, mu-ie, lauglter, careless words, Sped the gay moments-not the birds Had lighter hearts than we. Few year have passed away, and yet Row widely scattered tho.e who met And mingled then; but one and all Will in-their wandetings oft recall Those summer hours, each lovely scen, AP-1 sigh for th.it uhich once hath been, And never more enn ie. AF...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 3 May 1871

dEfR A LU ^*"CWfNC A0S. 15 PUDLI9nED --r Quar-no inchforil hiu ,4 fiY N Y NcolumndVo'tisementt e centonabo. I~VhV EDNSDA MOtNIO,Notices of meeuIl s, ohituariesand triben - At Newberry (0. U., -of respocr, name ranitP ur an fdini' atoipd a te epiatin t -p- adeliemets no. F. & R.11'. Ureneker, 4,"i'"""""'""*'" Editors and Proprietors. be f i is onn w mo ke 6 l A - Invariably in Advance. v-- .--- - . --- --. _:-.. ... . .... ...._..._. i e i 1 ib e tt i n n ao eza Th%,gper to stogped at the expiration of The mark denotes expiration of sub Vol. VII. W EDNESDAY MORNING, M AY 3, 1871.- T. 118. DOne with Ne-tness amd DispUeb tim nTerms Ca.h. Act AM Lsatur-Mdoll 1870 and Passed [OFFICIAL] 4OINT RESOLUTION AUTIHORIZINO THE STATE AUDITOR AND COUNTY COM MISSIONERS TO LEVY CEaTAIN TAXES. Be it Resolved by the Senate and -ouse Of Representatives -of the tate of South Carolina, now2 met and sitting in General Assembly, an-: by the autharity of the same, That the State auditor be und he is her...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 3 May 1871

tfidna3day, May 8, 18?1. Roanoke, 'Va.) College. We acknoxledge the receipt of a copy ol the llanoke Tines, frow Mr. Julius 1). 1heher, a student at Roanoke College, which contains -t notice in relation to the commenceneut exercises. From it we learn that Geii. A. C. Garlington, formerly of Ne% berry-, but now of At. !anta, will de-liver the Annual Address before the Uterary Societies, on the 20th of June. The Societies are con gratulated by the Times upon securing the services of so distinguished and elo quent a speaker. The Rev. R. C. Hol land, A. M., will addrtss the Alunoi Association, and the Rev. J. A. Leiss, ). U., a di*tinguishcd pulpit orator of Philadelphia, will deliver the Annual Address before the Young Men's Chris. tian Association. G. & C R. R Meeting. The Stockholders of the G. & C. R. R. met in Columbia, on Thursday last, and adjourned over to Friday morning, at which timn., the lon. J. L. Orr in the chair, an elvction was had for President and Directors, wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 3 May 1871

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 3 May 1871

SPRING. Up fro-n the glowing South-with aznre eyes, All sleepy wi;h the Hu.sh of brilliant dyes Or ruby-tinted bird, gleam-painted butter. flies, Gold p.ven shore and lily-crested river, Where guilded insects 'mongst lush emerald quiver, And all the perfumes of spice islands breathe, A.d silver webs the waves round rocks of coral wreathe. All gathered in the meshes of a rainbow .et, The gorgeous hues with dimmer pearls beset, Sho flings before her. Like to reed-tuned note, Such as from the shepherd's pipe o'er some lone mere iniy float, So sounds the soft wind-whisper of her voice "Coming! 0 dull, dead earth arise! re joice ! The E%ster of the year is come-wake up to life!" The challenge rings far to the snow-bound North; The Ice-King trembles-"Up, ye warriors -forth ! Hear ye the swift-winged charges cleave the air? An army conies." Nay, but a maiden fair Smiles at the Winter-King in his despair; And he, his death-fraught scepter throw ing down, Kisses her outstretched hand, and yi...

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