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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 12 July 1882

THE NEWS AM) HERALD. i Stokes's face: ? abruptly termina bb^ a stanch Democr |||; ^ IXNSBOKO, S. C. j Qi-ecubackcr or = ? - ? -? - ?= ! other sort. The -Wednesday, July is, : : iss2. j f,u- resorted to b] - ?? ?- t of the so-called " K. MF.AAS DAVTS, r-DiTOR. j fiaye been abn SfSQ. S. KEYyOLDS, ASSOCIATE EDITOR. * c j and at times msn The Prohibition majority in Iowa not conducive to reached twenty-eight thousand. j am^ the l^ders <1 m ? i beginning to see TnE new bankruptcy bill before the j ? ?a Senate has gone over to the next ses- . The Legislatui sion?the special order for the first i quickly, and thai Wpdnpsilav in Dnnprnbor next. tioii. In our c *? ? j made one rnistak The Washington Critic says that; clear]y the law r Guiteau's body will be exhumed and j as|(]e of jurors the skeleton placed in a museum. In J ports of t]ie ca?0 ltornunTs museum, we suppose. j voted down, aft Accounts from all portions of the i ?rou,,d that the State show that the registration law i a?^e *s...

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. — 12 July 1882

SgSS-- prsv* ; - LOCAL INTELLIGENCE." | The Colored _? _ _ The Colored Tcj WEDNESDAY, July 12. : : : 1s82 session ill Colutl =- ? - " ~ ? Montgomery, i Terms of The News and Herald, teacher from W; -Tri-weeklv edition, four dollar? per . . t. 11. annuMy in advance; weekly edition, * two dollars and fifty cents per annum, w in at in advance. Liberal discount to clubs W,TT__ n,.. r of five and upwards. ? mTE ? ^ Rates ok Advertising.?One dollai Democratic Olut per inch for the first insertion, and j on Saturday, Ju fifty cents per incl> for each subseq jent j in ? for tjic pUrp< insertion. These rates apply to all ad ,,, , , , t vcrtisements. of whatever nature, and | ^ ^ are payable strictly in advance. Con-' bounty convent tracts for three, six or twelve months j is desired. made on very liberal terms. Tran- j j( sient local notices, fifteen cents per, _ r _ ' * , line for the first insertion and seven i * ATKICK>1 P and one-half cents per line for each Q V- subsequent inse...

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. — 12 July 1882

Passing: Away. j His idea was all that was lei It is written cn the rose i ^ ^ ^is ear In its glon-'s full arrav; j de ted t^t and sOTll to it) Bead what those buds diclose- j g?f * ^y J?8ot "Passing away." ! Eelen Hlldreth ^S siccess. It is written on the skies It was seven or eight years Of the soft blue summer day; j they met, oddly enough, on t BE- It is traced on sunset's dyes? j Vernon boat. Her vivacity " Passing awav." : longer the spontaneous efferv< K Ittoimttoonthetta*, j hope-she ms a trii As tlieir young tovea glistening play, j Wealth and splendor have E And on brighter things tnan these? j !,flV ( <.1, >? i,. - . ou-k (OUW UftllUOU LliC-LLt, ilt it"- - assmg away. | ^ ^heir eyes met. "Mr. Va It is written on the brow, 8he cried, "who would have d Wh-re the spirit's ardent ray meeting yon here!" Was th< Lives, barns and triumphs now which brightened her eyes an " Passing away." ^ her somewhat exaggerated | reminiscence of her power or It is written on the h...

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. — 19 July 1882

^ ** " 1 r '' ** *** ' **** 9 j - ~ ' 1 ^ - ? WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO. S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1844. ? ???^ Ml II 11^ II I?m^BMaca?urnn^man^n??=???nc^^^? J . Ts harbor. j bad brought her home, r think it is over, over? j motherless babe, and his I think it is over at last; j ;n;.s in whick she "would Voices of foemiD and lover, ^ \ h5Cn firm friends e The sweet ;md the bitter, have passed: . , T.. . . . ' r greatest sorrow and 3< Life, hki a tempest cf ocean, ; , , > j / Hath outblown it-? ultimate blast. -c nad been lus exile ar * <> ? ' There's but a faint sobbing seaward, l'erhaps, woispered hoj While the calm of the tide deepens lec-ward, you, and all will yet be ] jm And behold ! like the welcoming quiver gat the timid little VOH S? 01 heart-pulse* throbbed through the river, ^ memory brought bacfc Sk Those lights in the Harbor at last? ... ? j , , V tv. v 1 rr v ?. *, lions, all kind, but none J Wg The he&venlv Harbor at last 1 _ ' . ,...

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. — 19 July 1882

t THE NEWS AND HEBALD. | canvass he would ha ? ! back. Y*o man in t ; make a more rattling "WEfXSBOKO, S. C. i aiK^ jie ou{(j be an B|-:. ?? ' ; getic member, ever a "WEDNESDAY, July 19. : 1582- : CStS of his COllStitUCn jt. meaxs davis, SprroB. j should a~ least have 5. ??JfJrVi/X/0. ABWIHB j jjjg competitors B& An exchange says that General Grantj Affaius iu Egypt not only escaped from the railroad j fed a crisis, where sin wreck on the Long branch Road, but j take the place of dip |b made fifty cents by testifying at the ! tlement of the difficu coroner's Inquest. j pending between t ' ^. j England. On Moi: Tuf. Atlanta papers say that'll eon-1 Admiral, Seymour, j ^ - dition of Senator Hill is not at all en- ^yould in twentv-fou couraging, and that it is only a ques- | on the forts at Alcxa tion of time when he must succumb to : expired at seven o his malady. Prayers are offered in the j morning, and the b< churches for his. recovery. j menced according!} Senator Joe Brown...

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. — 19 July 1882

W)?0k~ 5;v ' ? ;; , LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. j 14-17, has been received. The pa ?- -v--. ... let con tains the list of "premiums o > wedkesdat,. jaiy ia? : : * 1s8s- in each of the ten departments^ ?? exhibition, the rules and regnli Terms of The News an*d IVehald. ; governing the exhibit, and all -Tri-weeklv edition, four doKaj> />e7 ! informa^on pertaining to:the co annuvi, m advance; -weekly edition, ] Cfofo ^q;i> ? two dollars and fifty cents per annum, j *" in advance. Liberal discount to, clubs ?The committee of the Eic of five and upwards.. Volunteer Rifle Company are Rates of ADVEimsisG.-^ne dollai ! raaki alTangemellts for'ccicbl per men for the first insertion, o ad !a ^ , fifty cents per inch for each sub>eq ?ent i >u* aillllvei'sar.v' on the 8th of Ai insertion. These rates apply to all ad i The occasion will be one w ' vertisements, of whatever nature, and ! of the reputation of the corp are pavable strictly in adiancc. ! genial and liberal hospiialitv. tra...

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. — 19 July 1882

r Tolccs of the Sea. on the outsi Wakeful I lay at night, and heard the lieutenan y The pulsings of the restless sea, him.; while t ?"; j?Pir morning surges fr0m the rail Sounded like dirges . . From some far back eternity, ' Whose spirits from the deep are stirred. were 110W are . ,. .1V t. . v .. to give force .y? . A waging with the morning light, ? Agaia I listened to the sea; yonnj But with its surges that it wotllc "We heard no dirges, the Hindoo i But only life's activity; now be done Morning dispelled the gloom of night prevent the a * At noon I sauntered forth to view ly purpose? yJp'I The tin obbing of that living sea; desperate, ai Stili it was surging, involye hig Q But onlv urgiDg - , ... . . , ? . ,, In a word, All men to be both strong and free, . . ' d Strong in the soul.with conscience true. hesitating to i fW- **. ? * t t j woman he lo At c'obum; day once more I stood. Gazing aeroas that mighty sea; lrom near in Far ships were sailing; jard upon th The light was fa...

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. — 26 July 1882

WEEKLY EDITION. / WIXNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1844. ' ijH To-Mcrrow. " Poor little Daisy! SI -i. i nnqnestioningly to her h U it not rtK.se, Tomorrow, -ate f d* ^ ag ^ou Wso illrequited she do? She weii knows Hy lover soI005 plmMed! ^ is ^ thlol)8 ^ h( Sworn not to change, To-morrow- f()r gteTeil) bnt though 1 / / Sworn not to change-and yet, has been plainly eviden. S y'" We two have never met ? 0f love have been spok< it not strange, To-morrow ? she Bees how quietly, alrt Kafjfet Where dost thou bide, To-morrow? answers her farewell, he In depths; on heights sublime ? heart chills. And the y< m Where dost thou hide, To-morrow ? 7* it does not awake fror Br Past eight; bevoa 1 the prime ? ram doee her ansr *, , .* * warctly remorseml for -k Art cradled with the rose, w _ tiizaa as niR ftwn nftinc. i Charm-wrapt from frost and snows, T~ Z~ '" ' ? . . . it is spoken, every at a11 T1?" moons' brings back the old girlisl Until the south wind blows. ...

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. — 26 July 1882

' /"THE XEWS AND HERALD. : ami tho question > v =^-== {"*st resolution of t i 111" that Tillman w "WJNNSBORO, I?. C. | was a^ree(\ j0? yea, .. . . -v-T- ? j.-r?r- ! a,.f]v a quoiT.m. rJ WEDXKSDAT. July 26, : : : 18S2.J declaring Smalls ei - ? ; was cai riun? R. XEAXS 7>A VIS. EDITOR. j of Mis,our5. K"icc> 5. REYNOLDS, ASSOCIATE EDITOR^ ] of r:,T i i \ I Texas, and CalkinBatesbuko again elects a drv ticket. , . . t. ,. m kins, in casting his The National Republican freely ad- said thai he did s< wits that the North is by no' means j scientiously belies solid for the Republicans, and it urges should be relegate* the leaders to capture sufficient strength ' dispute arose as to from the South to turn the tide. This to vote, but the set is equivalent to a solemn warning?a tcr ;v:is postponed direct menace to our neople. If they sworn in. Tins m dally or become divided in their olleiri- incumbent on the 1 T->: ance, they will suffer worse things wwim winuv,!, ^ than they ha...

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. — 26 July 1882

; T LOCAL INTELLIGENCE^ I lieves there's no place like Fa r- _ , | and we hope to see him back Wednesday, July 26, : : 1882. nently ere long. ?--* ??tt: i ?Congressman Evins has apf Terms op TheNews and Herald. Col. Aslmrv Coward, of Yoi -Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per ' pr g_ E." Dahcock, of Chestc ?M.Mi in L: Col. Jas. H. Kion, of Wi.M.sb two dollars ana nuy wmo/'w , in advance. Liberal discount to clubs . board to conduct the corr.pemi of five and upwards. | animation for the "West Point Rates of advkp.tisixo.-One dollai ^ at Ch , 22nd of , per inch'for the first insertion, and . . fifty cents per inch for each subsea ient j Chester is not in the new insertion. These rates apply to ail ad district, but as the appoiutineu! vcrtisements, of whatever nature, and the old Fourth onlv the countie are pavable strict <\ in advance. j posing it are concerned in this < tracts for three, six or twelve months . . t made on very liberal terms. Tran-! tltlon-_ sient local notices, ...

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. — 26 July 1882

y Spfak Well of Each Other. j character, ehinicg forth Things cf greatest moment often j ^meilt ?* an ."ionocent, a Start from trifle, lis,! as air, : fa,r. EjSht haTe J tad thus many goaui tog* agamst the daugerons cb u,? ^ v \ , ' . ? he was hourly exposed. Have oeen hunted to despair ,, a. vfl a ? ?v . .., t as bii6 was, in tier Qui6t X>j tao venea?d voice of l'03s:d which throws u;i!= ?< - j UJU^j iUCLUUi V Ui poison everywhere. : mer an(j the part her swc Sometimes in our own home circle i ^ gradually fading "Words are spoken thoughtlessly, ! fr?m hls 111 the *ar Pointing with a shade of reason - j n'3^ experience. Toward a friend's interim I Before Fred. Marburg _ ? '' , ... , long-unyielding heart ha lho? few words may gather ethers till a scan. I ^ ^ ^ ^. y we **** ! with a quickened pulse a Sometimes, too, vague hints may waken sound of her low thrillir Doubts and fears within the soul; J what wonder ? She was Hints concerning trivial action ra*e women who, appa Deep ...

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. — 2 August 1882

WEEKLY EDmON TCTNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1844 T j A "Wife to Her Husband. centred all } ne of us, dear- ness! Do not i But one? despair, but sa] L -?, Will sit by a bed with a marvelous fear? Disney waits ,'r And clasp a band, patience and pp J y Growing cold as it feds for the spirit land? r6ply. Darling, wmcno e? * comes ver jap*' thy's pretty hp; One of us, dear- . Her bead is Bat one? hands lie passrv Will stand by the others coQu bier, " How can I i I |RK . And look and -weep, in distinct but" L ? While those marble ips strange silence keep? jet whv shouli Darling which one? mind? Truth is H has long been One of us, dear? you "wish it, it i WC* But one? It is too muc] By an open grave will drop a tear, turns away, nc And homeward go, words evidently The anguish of an unshared grief to know? hear. The dr Darling, which one ? come! All his been shattered One of u*, darling, it must be, and p^uHy-i [v. It may ^ you will slip from me; Dorothy?his" li...

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. — 2 August 1882

THE NEWS AXD HERALD. I the most part, they are under t' ? .. ; lection of men of large ability ai B? * _ perience. Courses of lectures ai T7IXNSBORO, S. C. , fuljv u]ailue^ soas t0 ernbrace a ? 1 : ? ! or two. and in some cases the be WEDNESDAY> August 2, : : : 1SS2. (,f t!lC Summer JllOlTths, and cmb r | in the aggregate, all the more i means davis. Editor. ant subiects which concern the t jyp. S. eeyxolus. ASSOCIATE Esrrok. j aml inu.ve*t of the time. < . ' ! dresidents, professors, scientist5 The sugar crop of Cuba is twenty! j ; mcn ?lc most <.11,iucllt two per cent, greater than that of last | variolls callings, arc chosen as Bl' y ygar. a ! ers and instructors. What is ic The appropriations that have been j audiences and not few, for th< or will be passed by Congress this ses- Pai*tj a>^st the popularity of th sion a?r<rre<:ate over $420,000,000, an of teaching. Of course all thes amount sufficient to buy out the whole ,ner schools are established at 1 Sta...

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. — 2 August 1882

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE JK,-kts$VIU.E chh ^ ; kinsville Democratic Club "Wednesday, An^ngt 2. : : : 188?. urday the 22d inst., and g? : for the ensuing cam pan Terms of The News and Herald, lowing officers were clecte ; ^ ' -Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per President?D. L. Glenn, annut/i, in advance; weekly edition, y;ce.pre5ident-\V F 5 two dollars and fifty cents perannvra, cV 1CC ri c' " " * in advance. Liberal discount to clubs Secretary aud Ireasurer of five and upwards. Chappell. Rates ok Advertising.?One dollai Member of Countv Exe per inch for the first insertion, and miUee-C. B. Douglass. ^ * tifty cents per inch for each subsea ient ^ % insertion. These rates apply to ail ad Tiie S\lem Club?The V vcrtisements, of whatever nature, and V>. C - ^ are payable strictly in advance. Con- ocratic Club reorganized c tracts for three, six or twelve months July 22, under very unfa made on verv liberal terms. Trail- pices?the dav being ver sient local notices, fifteen cents per...

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. — 2 August 1882

FFAB3. GARDEN A5D HOUSEHOLD, worked the first 3 and form a contii How to Save Seed. good for ten year; The following is from the pen of Dr. ^ gpoonfnl of 1 O. F. Needaam, "Washington, D. C.: water isrecomme: How to prevent seed from deteriorating worms. it shou'. is a most important question, lying ut over piants of 1 the foundation of all agricultural and eaten?such as le horticultural prosperity. Nature's law Ifc ?g lamentabl is to "multiply and replenish, no . suddIt c matter as to the particular_ quality, but {armers Be^/ha, cverrttunsr as to the quantity. . . I "The survival of the fittest" governs r?18111?* while tha the result. But Nature's operations c0niin011 re<* c^er are too slow for our short lives, so the Cabbage^ respc business of the dftltivator is to aid hoeing- It is 01 Mother Nature, and thus reach the best which too much 1 results in the shortest periods. It is stowed. They ? a fact too wtll known that, ordinarily, often, even when crops deteriorate, and this, ...

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. — 9 August 1882

k_ WEEKLY EDITION. WONSBORO. S. C. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1882. ESTABLISHED Df 1844. When Birds Fly Home. j work, and at the house-doo * p.irnPiT i wife naet tbem with a smi ? _ little ones drummed eagerly - When birds fly home to Southern clime,, window-panes, or ran a raw |W \ floors are few upon the mead, passage to claim the first fo: -"A shadow comes o'er nature's face Some pale widow passed K? - Which makes the heart feel sad indeed; a little parcel in her handF ^jr For then allVoodland sons are hushed, cake which should make am The insect orchestra has played , darlin25 for the lone da' j ?-?- - - o ? Its grand finale, and chilly winds j spent in work fcr them. Are mustered in a death parade. Over and over again did ] kS The trees keep time wi:h solemn moan, sore, weary and heartsick, 8 Their leaves lie mingled on the ground; tie domestic revelations of t The brooklet late with cheerful voice', which she had nc share. Steals slow away with doleful sound. she witnsssed them 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. — 9 August 1882

I*~.?_ -THE SEWS 1SD HERALD^ ' Tlle Dem WESXSBOEO, S. O. " ' Coloncl 111 P_ - Democratic n< WEDNESDAY. Auenst 9. : : : ?S$Z. !l nut^Ve ?* r. ME ASS DAVIS, Epitok. j frraduatod* iV( rvo e ?*:rrvrtT.n?. Editor. 1 ? .. i - !The Egyptian Question. a>sist<nit p^ofc In tins work h Arabi Pasha has risen in fifteen ! break of the v months from the position of an ob- had risen to tl =cure colonel in the tgyptiaa army to held the profe that of a brigand chief with an army belles-lettres, at his buck and the possible leader of a ' military duty, fiholy war" under the standard of the at Charleston Prophet. He has overthrown the \ made a fine c peace and order of Egypt at a time j brave, in-par when that peace and order were giving was very pop; some promise of permanence. The si:- j After the war pineness of the Powers, and their differ- Columbia M;< ences when they did arouse themselves raised it to to action, allowed him to usurp the ! schools in this ministry of war, to increase ...

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. — 9 August 1882

" i .v. ,v uj, - LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. death of the Rev. c. m. p< - . - ?This estimable gentleman fel '.tedxesdat, Ausrnst 9. : : : 1ss2. in his field near Ridgewav last 1 : uesday morning. lie slept w< Terms of TheXews r> Herald, night before, and ate heartilv at -Tri-weekly edition, fotxr dollarsper j fasc 11S usuaK wa!ked ont t0 his annvu. in advance: -weekly edition, ; two dollars and fifty cents per annum., ?ea,ed hi? hoi*?e and plowed : in advance. Liberal discount to clubs | furrows in a sweet-potato fiekl of five and upwards. ^ j turning at the end of one of the Rates of Ad\ ektisixg. unecioiiai : j10 stoppcd lo i*e-arran;rc the ban per inch for the first insertion, a.ul; ~ u fifty cents per inch for each subsea ient j hac?v\\sia? 011 the soft, meL< insertion. These rates apply to ail ad j ?lifeless. Mr. Porter had read vcrtisements, of whatever nature, and | limit allotted to man? seventv are pavable strictly in advance. Con-1 IIe was a mjniste:- 0f the* 1 tracts ...

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. — 9 August 1882

GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD, is dry enough, no matter whether ??? weeds are visible or not. Garget ta a *?aw. A spoonful of Paris green in a pi CSarget is snpftainmation of the milk of water is recommended. fct ki gland of tt?e trader. It may be caused canker vrorm*. It should nol fcy v?ixotts CQndilions of the cow, as for sprinkled o^r plants of which instance, physical or nervous elcite 'eaves are eaten?snch as lettuce, anent after calving, and especially when Gather no seed from the forest the partarition was not regular; or by that is not clean and ctraight a over feeding, exposure to cold, or by in- rapid grower. Scrub trees beget herited constitutional teE^.e'ncy. It is like. The law of heredity holds very common in lar^e or rich milkers in trees as well as in the lower an and in cows that have been closely bred and men. or higbly fed. Jersey cows are very The best farmer is the one prone to it. The udder is inflamed and thinks as well as works who k congested and becomes hard and ho...

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. — 16 August 1882

' w - *'V WEEKLY EDITION. * WIXNSBORO. S. C., WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 16, 1882. ESTABLISHES Iff 1844. jj|f Insratitude. j my shoulder, and dai Han's inhumanity to man ! as to let it playfully r Makes countless thousands mourn, J Said, smiling and s / An adage true for all to read ! penny for your thong - / As d.?wii life's stream they're borne. j forgive and iorget. s~* And there are other tbou-ands, too, j pretty quarrel, now t Who taste that bitter food, ! You know the makir A cinker in th<_ golden fruit ; wweetest part of it.' And called ingratitude. j wheel1 d my chair ai Wfk - ! have put my arm aro [4 1 comt this as a grievous sin, j .<Did you ever 8ee , RA If sin it be-and worst ; jf yon've no ides Of all that falls unto the lot j then. Sne had bee: Of men by many ctirsed; I and pulling at the < To strike the hand which saves and ! attached my miniatur T?ar???f iha ^71 T, y mil rwri ! f r\ Vnw Vinn akaq * v4^v? k>uv v*v 1/v jwu V" v.j j w UUi lCOU| lid OJCO It is not wor...

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