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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 16 August 1882

' THE SEWS AND HERALD. | Democratic exultation and *?- - - -->-*? and when the canvass begii WTXXSROTIO. S.. C. publican party will find ? ? ?- lonesome than its committc ffEDXESDAT, August 16. : : : 1888. ju Columbia a fe\y days age h. mkjjss davjs, editor. "VYe left our friend Aral stsq. 5. j&eyxolds. associate editor, ca -nped outside of Aiexand W ? - ~ 7 small force of rebels unde It may interest some people to knovr mand> After a week'? ecli that the name of Mrs. Langti}, the him in the same place, loot celebrated Jersey beauty, is prouounc- t]ie Britisb> Ayhile the Briti ed Longtree. ^ ^ j00j- over him.. One or The Star Route trials are dragging ishes and several attemp Al -!- InnnrfK oIadOt Tim ?r<m-1 make up the record of ev uwir s>ivn ^w? ?cement in tbe case now before the court powers are in a snarl over t is still in progress, and will doubtless Vu^ promise to make consume three or four davs longer. Portable for England befor The result is doubtful. " t...

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. — 16 August 1882

i , WEDNESDAY, August 16, : : : 1832 Terms of The "News a~st> TIerald. f -Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per onnuM, in advance; weekly edition. t two dollars and fifty cents per annum, j in advance. Liberal discount to clubs i ? of five and upwards. * Rates of Advertising.?One dollai per inch for the first insertion, a ad fifty cents per inch for each subseo icnt insertion. These rates apply to all ad vcrtisernents, of whatever natu re, and ^ r.re payable strictly in advance, (,'ontracts for three, six or twelvemonths made on very liberal terms. Transient local notices, fifteen cents per /"iine for the first insertion and seven ! rsr.r\ v, o 1 f canto TiPf fd* Cadi k? aiiuv/ut-umi buw j,v. | subsequent insertion. Obituaries and 1 ft .tributes of respect charged as adver- j t? ./ isements. Simple announcements or | _/ irarriages and deaths published, free 01 j *ha*ge, and solicited. & AI ^communications. of whatsoever ' gsk. oatnre, should be addressed to the H ttL Winnsboro...

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. — 16 August 1882

B BELIGIOL'S READING. n Growth of Spiritual Lite. Tf fT-pr.-i-tr spiritual life, it grows ^ . All tlie elements of piety grow. Lov( or God b-co^es stronger, leading tc L JE more coraolete surrender, more readj w& self-sacrifice. Parity gains dtominanc* over the heart; impure thoughts be' . come more hateful, and are more promptly expelled. The man take: larger views of duty; his eyes daih ^ open to take in new fields of duty, within and without; his standard is con ?& sf antly rising ; he is never satisfied with his attainments. His love for his fellow-men I $2 >me3 real, eager, all-emk . bracing; bv has no enemies ; he ia R | pkd to df-nv himself ; he realizes that m he never before knew wii3t self-denial m? M. "wa?;-and, better and more wonderful, he never knew till now the Divine joy there is in self-denial. Ail his ideals of holiness become higher, as his knowl edge of his own deficiency, his sense of his failings b^come-u more marked, and he is more tilled with human...

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. — 23 August 1882

WEEKLY EDITION. WHSTNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 23, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1844. |j ^ _ As the "Wind Blows, The wind blow* north, the wind blows south, The wind blows east and west; Bt matter h <w the free wind blow, |EL ^ '% K-oaie ship will find i^best; Some one out on the wide, wide sea i / Scouts with a happy air, jjjffok V Ho! shipmates, ho ! set all the sails. The wind is blowing fair! |8L One f-hfp sails out into the east, Auother to the west; HL * One has to struggle Serce and hard, R-*' By winds and v. aves oppressed, rjov ~ Hare masts, tosjed to and fro, n ??cu(l salt spray wet; The other flies before the gale With all Ler white sails set. "" Oh, wind, Oh, wind, why dostthon blow, | And out to ocean roar, When I would s'eer my little'bark k Toward some pleasant shore ? What hon'-r will it be to thee 8F If down beneath the wave My simple craft an i I shall find A cold, forgotten grave ?" " Oh, foclish on?, why wilt tho u ateer Against tne mighty gale ? |jt T&p re ...

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. — 23 August 1882

p THE SEWS AND HERALD. WDCNSBORO, S. C. 'WEDNESDAY, Aasuat 23. : 1882, | . k. mtcaxs t>a vis, editor. syo. s. ueysolds. associate editor. p . . - - - - . __ J DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. ? i Ftr Govts,-or, HUGH S. THOMPSON, or Richland. For Ue>t(en<mi Governor, JOHN C. SKEPPAFT?, ot Enfield. ' * I For Cr/mplrcUtr General, W. E. STONEY. or Berkeley. For AHttrney Genera}, C. RICHARDSON MILES, of Cfcarl^StOD. I For Secretary of State, JAS. X. LIPSCOMB, of Newberry. For State Treasurer, *N0. PETER RICHARDSON", or Clarendon. ; For Super/nlenderit of Rbicofh-n, REV. ELLISON CAPERS, of Greenville. Ffrr Adjviani ami Inspector General, A. 31. MANIGAULT, of Georgetown. For Cf>ngress?Fourth District, JOHN H. EVINS, of Spartanburg. It is hinted that the Republican Xa- j tioual Committee is canvassing the pro priety ofDorsey}s resignation. It is; suited that it "will not be asked for an- j les< he be convicted. Some Southern wag wrote to a; Toronto, Canada, gentleman, inviting i . hi...

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. — 23 August 1882

K ijaii'i MM 111 I am?M?g " TOHAL TNTELT.HtRXCE. 9TEDXESDAT, August 23. : : : 1882 r of The News and Herald. W -1 weekly edition, four dollars per ^ am * . in advance: "weekly edition, tw ' !'ars and fifty cents pezannum. in : :uce. Liberal discount to clubs i.f v jirirl nnwards.' ^ I :! > of Advertising.?One dollai p for the first insertion, a ad fift .its per inch for each subsea ient in>. >n. These rates apply to ail ad ver ~ ments. of whatever nature, and ^ are ;ble strictly in advance. Contra - i'ur three, six or twelve months maon very liberal terms. Tranfiftnon fonts t>PT iX'VO.1 IlUliVV.', 1UVVV ^ ?t ^ -in<* :ot the frst insertion aiul seven u and one-half cents per line for each St. ^subsecuent insertion. Obituaries and Li tribujiffof respect charged adverBr 'j/ isements. Simple announcements 01 K-r marriages and deaths published free 01 ^barure. and solicited. Bk A^!' communications, of vrhatsoevpr g|| Bbt. nature, should be addressed to the HT ^ Vinnsboro P...

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. — 23 August 1882

ITEMS OF DTTEBEST. A Virginian has 172 tobacco factories, mir which constime over 48,000,000 poanda of the weed each year. A notion prevailed in Egypt that a citron, eaten early in the morning, was an antidote against all kinds of A new thought may be false; if it is it will pass away. When the new truth has come to life it bursts the old husks. The number of the known members of the small planets is now 225. Palis*, of Vienna, discovered the last one on April 10. Sparrows have b?come so numerous in the eastern counties of Pennsylvania that other birds are fast being driven from their old haunts. pfei-'j- - ^ j A Chickasaw Indian has been intrusted by the American Bible Society v - ?with five hundred Testaments, which. he is distributing to his fellow-Chickasaws. Jackson county, Ga., is the only place i in the South where clay fit for jug- ! making is found. Two factories are run m toe county, ana me jug3 are aii made by hand. The latest census gives tbe popula^ iion of Japan as 36,...

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. — 30 August 1882

WEEKLY EDITION. WIXNSBORO. S. c7 WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 30, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1844. jlM The Ships That Sail Aivay. I think of tbe ships that tail away? The white-winged ships that sail away, Freighted with fears and waited tears, * And joys we gathered for long, long yea s, s y" For the possible rainy day. is / J .' I sleep and dream of the v.!. c-winged ships, v - That glide from the shores vf iife away: That swiftly glide with the ebbing tide, Bearing my joys to the farther side, p&rx Into the twilight gray. ' Oh, ships that vanish into the past : V c? Are none to return to the port at ia*t i r Shall I vainly -n^it at "the yt-avard gate, |t Beaten anil bruised, and scarred by fato, Chilled by the -winter blast ? The ships that carry my gr:e? alas! Have hulls of iron and shrouds of brass! The storm's impact leaves them intact, Though hurled on the jagged rocks of Fact, Where fearful breakers mas3! ?Portland Transcript. JONES & CO. A SAX FRANCISCO IDYL, I giiess pa and ma were...

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. — 30 August 1882

EW rTHE NEWS AND HERALD. tfr* A . I WEDNESDAY, August S , : : : 1882* B. MEANS DAVIS, EDITOR. " 6KO. S. REYNOLDS. ASSOCIATE EDITOR. Bos Toombs expresses the belief that Alex. Stephens is on his dotage. What The Xew York Tribune is pleased, to admit that there will be hope even !for South Carolina if she goes ou hav- j ing summer institutes. Is.the triangular race for Congress-1 man at large in Virginia, the- belief is ; that Mahone's man will be left at home, and Parson Massey, by the aid o* Democratic votes, will take the seat. On a light vote the Democrats carried both Alabama and Kentucky by majorities of more than forty thousand.; The day of independents and Green-1 b$tckers has not come quite yet. Gen. Sam Caret, of Ohio, one of; the first Greenbackers, pronounces \ thafc party ';as dead as a smelt." i jjK^. Samuel has gotten under the Demo- i cratic umbrella, and will escape the | Garland, the ' Virginia drummer, | who had an impromptu duel about a I Hp young lady with a man n...

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. — 30 August 1882

K LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. B WEDNESDAY, August 30. : 18S2jffig 2Cew Advertisements. w Kotice?D. Card well, A. G. P. A. n ?? ^?? Polishing" 5>oap?wimui cv v?aim.u. Read Mr. F. "W. Ilabeniclu's new advertisement. Citation?J. R. Bovles, Judge of Probate. Great Reductions? P. Laudecker & ** Bro. Nomination of A. S. Douglass, Esq., for Representative. Barber Shop?R. F. Caldwell. ftk Local Briefs. ?Big Show Dav, September 11. borne of our merchants are receiving tlieir new fall goods. ?E. J. McCarlcy & Co. sell the best ; markui. ?Save your small change, boys?the r circus will be here shortiv. ?Ilcad tire new advertisements i:: this issue of The News and IIkkald. ?The steam fire eugine was out for practice ou Monday eveuing, and as usual did well. ?Mr. Mark Doty left on Friday to attend the Virginia Military Institute ^ at Lexington. We wish him success. ?Messrs. Bolick & Ellison have threshed thirieen thousand bushels of small grain during the season just mssed. ? Mr. Samuels i...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 30 August 1882

FOR THE FAIR SEX, AVive? Wanted. In the fa? West, says an exchange women are in great demand, not onl.; as cooks, but for wives. It is said thai, the first couragnous young lady whc > accompanied her family to the Blaci Hills received not less than fifteen of fers of marriage in three weeks in Dead-j wood. At Castle Garden, New York, the superintendent is constantly receiving letters from Western men, "asking him tc send them wives. They eay there arc almost no marriageable women in the forlorn regions where their lot is cast. Many of these men a-e already wea.thy. All can support wives in comfort. In one,requirement tho letters of these sturdy bachelors agree with an uraiim ity that is remarkable. They invari ably want wives that can keep house. This swincs us round the circle again and b>ck to the fact that there is plenty of work ana pay in the world for all women who are good housekeepers. Each ion?., lorn Western aan, in stating his wishes, hints directly or indi< rect...

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. — 6 September 1882

WEEKLY EDITION WIXNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1882. ESTABLISHED Df 1844. ^ ^ DO ft Kind Act When Yoa Cam Jffo rata can be quite independent? Though he be a prince in the land, ~"h* mast lear on his humbie attendant, Si J And pay for the work of his hand. ^ y <God fixed no grand titles on any, J Except the proud title of man; '.Then let your heart favor the many, Bp And doakind act when yoa can. "We ?re ch3dren of one common mother; rntj maaiuu u ui uuo wunmuu u^viu, !Xh? poor man is as surely your brother As the man who has millions in gold. 'JThen. treat all alike the deserving? The Savior himself used this plan? '.Whether served by your a righbor or serving Always do a kind act when you can. ' The poor have their trials and troubles, And even the rich have their cares, A good deed by either ennobles, And the product humanity shares. Th? wcild would be better and purer If the demon of pride we could ban; .And brotherhood's bond would be surer? .8? do*'kind act when yo...

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. — 6 September 1882

S THE NEWS AM) HERALD. WIXSSBORO> S. C. WEDNESDAY. September 6, : >. : 1S82. IB. 3T1ZAXS DAVIS. EDITOR. ,/A'O. S. BEYXOLDS. ASSOCIATE EDITOR. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.. For Govsrwr, HUGH S. THOMPSON, of Richland For ISenderwani Governor, JOSX C. SHEPPARD, of Edgefield. 1fyr CrsmpiroBer General, W "R STOXEY. of Tterkeler. For Attorney General, C. EICHARDSON MILES, or Charleston. For Secretary of Slate, J AS. X. LIPSCOMB, or Newberry. ' For State Treasurer, JNO. PETEU RICHARDSON, or Clarendon. For Adf:jda,d and Inspector General, 4 3L MANIGAULT, or Georgetown. gt' For Congress? Fourth District, JOHN' H. EYINS, or Spartanburg. 1 '' ' " ! i V- i j \y Every candidate and every member 1 j of the Legislature ought to join the | Jl Society for Political Education. Luthkr Bkxson has been nomiivated ! 2>r Congi-ess by the Democrats- of the j Sixth Indiana District. We presume j ttiiis must be tho temperance orator: Benson.. If so he Tvill. make a ratvling qnnvass. Both parties-in Geor...

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. — 6 September 1882

I * LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ^ WEDXESDAT, September 6. : : : 18S2. ?w \d7erti*eaienr?. For Sale?J. M. Todd. Groceries?D. R. Flenniken. Pnr Sftte?Wl R. Doty & Co. School Notice?J. C. Caldwell, Clerk.! Just Arrived?J. F. McMaster & Co.j School Notice?H. Edmunds, Cliair- j roan. t Nomination of Mr. A. J. Lamar for ^ " Representative. Nomination of Mr. Thomas S. Brice for Representative. Nomination of Mr. William T. Petti- j grew for Countv Commissioner. j ^ '^Nomination of Mr. Dixon Hi Rob- j *?rtson for County Commissioner. ^ jr New Store, New Goods?Caldwell j & Lauderdale. BL Local BriefS. ?Don't forget the date of the big j railroad show, Monday", September 21. i '?Attention is called to the notice; published by the school trustees of i liidgeway township. ?Messrs. Doty ? Co. are erecting; a j ijew gin-house on the Wolfe place. The J water power is very fine. ?Mr. J. A. Tcrketi has onr thanks J for some very nice apples?the largest! : vre have seen this season. ?Thursday was ...

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. — 6 September 1882

FACTS FC3 THE CURIOUS, A large part of the Bahama islands 13 <tavnfr^v3 *.<"* ""I1"*" 4 w'"1 - v, u.ituic. Gk lion an-I a half of frnit have been collected from a single acre. "Wine and oil j<:rs were rendered impervious t.o moisture by the ancients, as they are a: present by the people o' Spain and Italy, by rubbing with wai. Transitory color-blindness has been produced by a iew hours' stay in snowfields illuminated by the sun, all artificial lights appearing green for a short timeCharlemagne's crown, preserved in the imnerial tre&snrr at Vienna, is composed of eight plats of gold, fotu large and four small, connected bj hinges. The demand for matches in Ureal Britain is, on the average, eight dai j for each individual. For Enrope an3 North America the entire average is sh for each individual. ^ An English physician says that seventy diseases arise directly from alcohol, and that in Great Britair 120,000 deaths are caused annuallj either directly or indirectly by drink...

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. — 13 September 1882

WEEKLY EDITION^ WINNSBORO, S. C., W^yESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1844. ^ * Misunderstandings. Sczss-^few York drawing-room, 1:20 a. m. I clasped her hand and I held it fast, While I gazed in her dreamy eyes, Aad a far-o2 look o'er her features passed, ^ ^ Like the twilight of vesper skies. While, like one too happy or shy to speak, With a throb I coold understand. She turned from my raptures her glowing Ok. cheek, BKc. And veiled it-with faltering hand; F. And the gentle tremor -which thrilled her frame, ? And leaped from her pnlse to mine. To my thirsting ?oul with its message came, Like the magic of cordial -wine. * At last she pitied the hopeless smart Of the passion she long had scorned, And jnst as I felt she had opened her heart, She opened her month, and- yawcei! ?C. C. Carroll, in Harper's Magazine. SO 3PAI5& A1ZD " There was a man in oar town, And. he was wondrous wise." 4N i A clear, sweet voice was singing this senseless ditty, with many mocking variatio...

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. — 13 September 1882

l*r- THE NEWS AND HERALD. I "WDvXSBOKO, S. C. j WEDNESDAT. September 13. : : 1882. ; " B. XTEAXS DAVIS. EDITOR. aye. S. BEYSOLDS. ASS0CI>TE EDITOR. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Frr governor, HUGH S. THOMPSON, of Richland. f"\- ; For Lieutenant Governor, JOHN C. SHEPPARD, of Edgefield. For Comptroller General, W. E. STONEY, of Berkeley. F(/r Attorney General. C. RICHARDSON MILES, of Charleston. I For Seertj'-rrr/ of State, J AS. N. LIP&CO.MB. of Newberry. For State Treasurer, JNO. PETEK RICHARDSON, of Clarendon. , For Adjutant and Inspectr/r General, A. 11. MAN1GAULT, of Georgetown. y~* - n T7> ii r</r ^niyr+xs ? rwirm ise?uivt9 JOHN H. F.VINS, or Spartanburg. Tiie Xew York Ilerald is impatient j \ because Sir Garnet "NVolseley has advanced only twenty miles in ten days. A Herald correspondent would have J had Arabi Bey bottled in one-half the ?? time. E. W. M. Mackey's canvass in the black district is not crowned with verv . j satisfactory results. The colored voters down t...

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. — 13 September 1882

* |r j^WBw^ae^afg-wi-TBrrriwBiiii i new r " local intelligence. WEDNESDAY, September 13. : : 1882NOTICE TO l>JBM.O.CBA TIC CL UBS. *. The Democratic Clubs are hereby ~ ordered to assemble on the College Green, at Winnsboro, on Tuesday, ^September 19, at ten o'clock, a. m., in red shirts, to participate in the public meeting;., ordered by the State Executive Committee. A full turnout is de^ aired. T. W. Woodward, County Chairman. Kfw Advertisement*. Notice?John Boyd, S. C. F. C. Lor^ana jS.tate Lottery. ^ 2&raniangh has returned.>^resh Arrivals?R. M. flaey.. Majolica Ware?Connor & Chandler. ?: Notice?J. Ii. Harvey, Chairman. HBL I.oca! Briefs. Br ?The candidates-*.viirbe quite on <Ue go from now until the primary is ?Most of the darkey loiers nave abandoned the town for the cotton field. ? There has been an unusual decree of sickness in the Salem neighborhood of late. ?Colonel Cash has been &p^akin?at Kock Hill, Yorkville, Lancaster and Chester. ?We shall take pa...

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. — 13 September 1882

FARM. GARDEN AST) HOUSEHOLD. P Insect Destroyers. "We 3nd the following destroyers recommended in an exchange: A thin coating of ury road-dust while the dew C/. . z.t. . i. -T AnV\V\orrft fis un is me oesi cure iur wc worm. A little rag tied on a short peg and saturated with kerosene or crude carbolic acid stuck into a cucumber hill will drive away the yellow striped bug. Fresh cow or hog dung will have the same effect. Apple Worm*. There is no other insect which can be more easily controlled by man than the so-called apple worm, Carpocopsa mam^??/>g ft?ot_ JJVUUJUCC&U'. JLAI lllOU pavt, Uliv Jk/tXA ent moth is easily captured by hundreds in a pan of cider left under or near the apple trees at night, and will be attracted to the bait more readily by hanging a lighted lantern near to it. It is a medium-sized insect with wavy, brown satiny wings and flies by night. Next, when it lays an egg upon an apple, the young insect bores into the fruit, which soon falls to the ground, an...

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. — 20 September 1882

WEEKLY EDITION. WIKNSBOKO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBEE 20, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1844. Yanishcd Honrs. "Where are they gone, those dear dead days, J Those sweet past days of long ago, / "Whose ghosts go floating to and fro "When erening leads us through her maze? "Where are they gone? Ah! who can tell? "Who weave once more that long pass 1 L spell? fe They did exk: when we were yonng; IV a *jl nv><^ V?n e t rf?i? uici uur mo wiui swcu^iu cwu wuov , i We deemed all things were pure and just, Nor knew life had a double tongue. We lightly sang a happy song, Nor dreamed our way could e'er be wrong. And then all changed: as life went by The friend deceived, or bitter death Smiled as he drank our dear one's breath, ! And would not let us also die. Day followe^lay; as on they went "Each took some gift that life had sent. j Tet it was ours, that perfect past: "We did have days that knew not pain; We once had friends death had not ta'en And flowers and songs that oould not last Were our...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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