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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 30 May 1894

\ Ik fairfieli) lews anil Herald. [ VOL. XLVIII. WINNlSBORO, ?. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1894. NO. 42. -1 | CURSING THE RED CROSS. ~ r AVERY BITTER FEELING AGAINST IT | IN BEAUFORT COUNTY. | A Sc-C?ll?dPhll?ntlircp'cil and Christian snwiti of Poor White Farm era as "D?n Crackerh"?I>oes Mlsn BartonKccw ot theea Thtvge T BLrFFTON, S. C. May 24.?"The Red Cross Society is the greatest curse which could have been inflicted on this county," are the words which a prominent white man uttered to me when I ; i first got into Beaufort County. I came here to investigate the condition of the Bluffcon cyclone snfferers, but the Red i Cross and its work have been brought ?n in averv conversation I have had. I have heard and learned much about ; the order which will surprise the gen j era! public. I have also heard much which it is hard to believe. I will say, however, that there are not a dozan ? white men in Beaufort county, unless it be in the towns of Beaufort and Port i- Royal4 who have a goo...

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 May 1894

A THE NEWS AND HERALD. P US L [SHED EVERT WEDNESDAY -BY? tfgWS ANDlHERiLD COMPANY. TERMS, IX ADVANCE: % One Year, ... $1.50 Six Mouths* .75 AD VERTIS1NG RATES. CASH: One dollat a square for the first insertion and Fifty Certs for each subseqant insertion. Special rates for contract advert iiv'rs. Mairiase and death notices free. Regular rates charged for obituaries. uruers ior j oo vv ors souuutu. This newspaper is not responsible for ?" * o pinions and views exptessea anywhere else than in the editorial column. All articles for publication must be accompanied by the true name of the author *ud written in rcspectful language and written on one side of the pai-er. The true o.ime required as an evideuce of good faith All communicatsons?editorial, business or local?should be addressed to Tiie News and Herald Co. W. D Douglass, Editor. Jas Q. Davis. Treasurer. W. J. Elliott, Business Manager. WTNTXTSRORn C. Wednesday, May 30. : ; : : 1894 We do hope that the bill to repeal the State bau...

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 May 1894

* r ? L K;AL i^TELLltrEiNCK. | * . ? L Wednesday. May 30. : : : : 1894 9 31 AIL COLLECTIONS. I Letter will be collected from the l-.tter boxes at 11.20 a. m. and 8 p. m. goir.g aonth, and 5.30 p. m. ami 9 p. ir. going north Sew Adverti*emei?t*. County Treasurer's Report. The Hot Weather?Oaldwell & Ruff. ( Final Discharge?J. M. Blain Exl ecutor. Letters of Administration?S. R. Johr.sUn, Judge of Probate. Summer Uesort?Mrs. Wintbrop William?, Wav?,Hy MilU-, S. C. Summons ? McDonald, Douglass, Obenr& Meares, Plaintiff's Attys. i.ocai liiifi* frti-oraf frt rAonsfpr. ?? - ~?* ?Go to J. L. Mimnaagb's for nice strav? hats and light weight coats and ?' vest?. P adv. Q D. Williford, Manager. ?Go to the *Vinnsboro National Bank and help the s-afferers. Read T. K. Elliott's card in this issne. ?There will be preaching at Horeb t o .4 ti n m antl T7nion t) U lie O <11 11 u OIUV.& UI ? <V. at 4 p. m. by the Rev. J. Russell. ?Read tke advertisement of Caldvrell & Ruff. " ley...

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. — 30 May 1894

1E3?^ wm JitTRBLES. Blow your bubbles, little man, s Just as big ones as you can! They are pretty things to see As they float off gracefully . From your uarted finger-tips, And your earnest, pmsed-up lip?. -- 1?1 ? "Pr, y Y* _ iney are rarnyvw-umvu, iau, As they ride the golden air. And their freight is ail jourj'y, Blow 3 our bubbles, littls boy. * I have blown my babble, too, Ju:>t as wantonly as. you, And as now it floats away v^/ On the wines ot ye>tei day. I can see it was a toy Quite as vain a- j ours, my boy. It wan rainbow tinted, too, This great bubble that I blew. Audits freight?all. well-a-day! It is blown?and blown away. REV. DR. TALMAGE.'o SERMONBe Pie^fc'9 W.th Great P^wer on R; c: vsr? U Fa n i i*H, Little Rcck, May 20 ?Oc Lis way to California, whar-ce be will surt gc May 31 cd his rcacti the world j ^utiey. Rev. Dr. Talmage, having balled here, presched today 10 a larse audleoc- on t^e subject of' Recovered Families." Tre tAvt. nhcaen wis Smusl sxs, 4, 29: :%T...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 6 June 1894

L * ? ~~ * VOL. XLYIII. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1894. NO. 43. :0 m^m^^^? ^??????^ Spb A~BREEZY DAI THE SENATE FRAUD COMMITTEE MAKES ITS REPORTHill Was Auilons to Prevent Any Far ther InvtstigattozT ct ?h? Sajjar Trast t. Dolncf. bat His Plans Miscarried. fc Washington, May 20.?At one o'clock p. m. in the Sea ite yesterday, Gray rose and said that he had been directed by the select committee ap^ pointed on" the 17th of May, to make a partial report and be asked that it be read. Hill said that before making any objection,he would like to know from the Senator from Delaware what tne pro gramme was. Gray replied that he had no pro. gramme other than indicated in the report. The committee had submitted a report which it considered as one of the Highest privileges, and he supposed r there was no question that the report was in order at any time. It concerned ~? the privileges, of the Senate and he asked that the report be read in order that the Senate might determine whether ...

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 June 1894

THE NEWS AND HERALD. FU-3LI8HED EVERT WEDNESDAY -BY? NTE WS AND.HER4 LD COMPANY. TERMS, IN' ADVANCE: One Tccr, SI.50 Six Mouths, . . . . .75 AD VenTtelNU RATES, CASE: One dollat a square for the first insertion and Fifty Certs for each subsequnt insertion. Special rates for contract advert isors. Mauiage and death notices free. Regular rates charged for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. This newspaper is not responsible for opinions and views expiessed.anywhere else than in the editorial column. All articles for publication must be ac- , oompunicd by the J rue name of the author *ud written in respectful language,, and written on one side of the p*i er. The true a wne required as an evidence of good faith All coamutnicatsons?editorial, business < or local?should be addressed to The News and Herald Co. W. D Douglass, Edito.. Jas Q. Davis, Treasurer. W. J. Elliott, Business Manager. WINNSBORO, S. C. I Wedneslaj*. June 6. : ; : : 1894 Where does Senator Butler expect to get...

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 June 1894

L _ " __ LOCAL iNTELLlGEyCE. _ Wednesday. June 6. : : \ \ 1894 ^ MAIL COLLECTION?. Letters will be collected from the htt *r boxes at 11.20 a. m. and 9 p. m. Q'ftino' sonti). and 5.30 n. m. anil 9 O o ? ? p. ti. going north. S?w Advertlsemeats. Juneisthe Time?McMas'.er & Co. Glenn Springs?Hotel?Simpson & Simpson..^ PtireCorn Whiskey?Key & Co., i ~ Statesville, X. C. ocal I'nef'i ? Bring in your old gius for repairs, aclv. J. M. Elliott, Sr. ?We are pleased to add t? our ex change list tbat sterling paper, the Southern Presbyterian. ?No wonder the weather continues so cool, Mimnaugh has such a large stock of snmoier weight clothing. X adv. Q. D. Williford, Manager. ?Mr. G. W. Sagsdale has treated himself to a neat surry? Columbus make. It is a very handsome turnout. t*u?. nra nut* ! ? JLUC IV/nu cvvuiiMtviw m. v |#w I ting a guard-railing around the big j gully near Mr. U. G. Despertes' store. ?The scene about th3 registration ffice on Monday should cause those who are no...

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 June 1894

w -. W- : " I:??' f: ' $>?? THE CANDIDATE. }, ilule a t>rayin*; C Man at gate: t "Hello! brother," t (Candidate!) ^ Tow-headed children Watch an' wait: t "Bless the darlings!" ( ( Candidate!" \ Stump in corn field; (Growin' late,) ^ . "Raised a farmer," l (Candidate!) ? r Gray-head soldier? Served the State; 'Want mere pensions?" 1 (Candidate!) 1 Old-timed widder, Sad as fate: , "Lost my wife, too."' (Candidate!) J I Big church meetin' j Deacons straight, 1 "Born a Baptist!" (Candidate!) Safe in office, ] Voters wait: i "Go to thunder!" 2 (Candidate?" ( THE BURDENS OF LIFE. , 1 dQ uoqaeutttau JCUIV.-IUI goiuv- >> ? Dr. Talmsge. j San Francisco, May 27.?Rev. T. J DeWitt Talmsge is now in this city, whence he will sail next Thursday on j the steamer Alameda for Honolulu on 1 his trip rc*md the world. He prea hed i today to a large and deeply interested 1 audience on the subject of "Heavy ' Weights," the text b:ing taken from 1 Psalms lv, 22, "Cast thy burdens upon the Lord...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 13 June 1894

| VOL. XLVIIL WINNSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1894. NO. 44. jl^2m campaign dates. AS ARRANGED BY THE DEMOCRATIC STATE COMMITTEE. Schedule for tiie Political Fight fit South Carolina?Big Discussion Ovor "Weaverites and Haskellltt-s?All to be Allowed to Vote. - Columbia, S. C., June rue meeting of tne Slate Democratic Executive Committee last night was an interesting and important one. Besides the fixing of dates for campaign meetings, the question of allowing the men who voted for Weaver in 1892 to vote in the comiDg c ?mpaign was a live one. It excited the warmest talk of the evening. JBy instruction of the chairman, Secretary Tompkins read the roll of members. The majority of the regular members who were absent had telegraphed and had substitutes in their places. rThe following was the roll as made up: Abbeville?Y. J. Jones. Aiken?John Gary Evans. t Anderson?W. A. Areal. i Barnwell?F. M. Mixoc, (substitute.) Beaufort?Henry D. E'liott. Berkeley?T. W. Stanland. Charleston?J. M. ...

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 June 1894

V. ' ' THE NEWS AND HERALD. _ PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY ?BY? H NEWS ANDiHERiLD COMPANY. TERMS,.IX ADVANCE; One Year, ... SI.5o Six Moaths, .... .75 AD VERTIS1NG HATES. CASH: One dollar a square for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each subsequnt insertion. Special rates for contract advert isors. Mairiage and death notices free. Regular rates charged for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. This newspaper is not responsible for opinions aDd views expressed .anywhere 6 be than in the editorial column. All articles for publication must be accompanied by the true name of the author fuid written in respectful language and written on one side of the paper. The true name required as an evidence of good faith All comraunicatsons?editorial, business or local?should be addressed to The N"rcivs avt> Herald Co. W. D Douglass, Editor. Jas. Q. Davis, Treasurer. W. J. Elliott, Business Manager. WINNSBORO, S. C7~~ Wednesday, JHne 13, : ; : : 1894 Col. Wtlie Jones, of Columbia, , ha...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 13 June 1894

I t 1_ L^CAL INTELLIGENCE* _ Wednwday, Jane 13. : : : 1894 MAIL COLLECTIONS. Letters will be collected from tbe htter boxes at 11.20 a. m. and 9 p. m. going south, and 5.30 p. nj. and 9 p. in. going north. Sow Advertiseiueata. Cbcese and Mackerel?F. W. Habenicbt. ^ ^ Stephenson House?(J. V. Ward, PBb?- - Manager. i neal l'r|rf> ?Buy a Licycle from Jaines Q. Davis. ? V?r. D. R. Flenuiken is able to be out on the streets in Columbia. ( ?One of onr subscribers writes: "I could not exist withoat The News and Herald coming in occasionally." Tl'n cJvfoAn nrisaners ill lail tUblV OIV ?thirteen for trial, two to be sentenced I + for iaurder, and one on appeal for new trial. ?On and after the first day July next executions will be issued against 4 all uersons who have not paid their J town tax. t. ?Mr. J. Hendrix McL&in, formerly of Fairfield County, is lying very ill & in Columbia. He is suffering with nnimonarv trouble and is in a serious ur condition. W J "w? - ?Mr. T. L. Johns...

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 June 1894

?:-y ;vV?> KKSLK(ii5-Ti. Only a banch of withered flowers, Faded and brown and old, Bat memory makes them gay once more With pnrple, white and gold. The pink spring beauty greets us first, Fed by the meltin? snow. And ground nut blossoms show the place Of hidden stores below. The pure wake-robin on the hill Greets the first bird again, The starry blood root in the dell Still leaves its crimson stain, Jack-in the-pulpit preaches yet TY? little wnriH land fnllr. And liverworts ar, 3 violets grow At the feet of the hollow oak. The dainty waxen Irdian pipe Beneath the beach tree springs, And the golden bell of the adder tongue Still lightly sways and swings. It tolls the knell?that fairy bell? Of childhood's hopes and fears r And ushers in the toil and sin Of later, sadder years, And so I kept the faded flowers My old time playmate gave, With grasses sweet that grow above A lonely western grave. SONG OF THE SHIRT. R-v, Dr. Talmsge'g Elcqnont Sermon ? 11 Wornau'a Work. Brooklyn, June ...

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 June 1894

^ VOL. XLVIII. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20 1894. NO. 45. fcr. DESERT THE DEMOCRACY. fig THAT IS THE ALVICE OF A DISGUSTED H DEMOCRAT. ft Hopeless cl Be'let Throneh the National Democracy, He Advocates Udvn Wt h Popu]l?ts?Ptcultar Views Strongly Statul I Columbia, S. C., Jane 13.?Tbe letter below was published in tbe State of iast Monday. The State editorially says it is a remarkable tetter, still tbe more remarkable because it proceeds from a lawyer and a Straightout Democrat, wno is known ro us as an honest and earnest and conscientious man. Here is the letter: To the Editor of the State: Tbe decision of Congress against free b?nks is a fateful turning point in the affairs of political parties in the United States and most particular in this State. The developments of the past twelve months bave wrought a great change ~ anfl fpplinca tif IT UV. if riU VUV livnu if'-,1 w not most, of oar conservative South Carolina Democrats. We no longer regard the designation "Cleveland D...

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. — 20 June 1894

, " arm- < .intfci.r II I HBUPg THE . NEWS AND HERALD. PV-'dLURED EVERT WEDNESDAY NEWS and;her4 ld company. TERMS, IX ADVANCE: Sue Yciir, ... , SI. 5o Six HoBth?> - - - .75 ADVERTISING RATES. CASS: One dollar a square for the first insertion and Fifty Certs for each subsequnt insertion. Special rates for contract advertisors. r Mairiage and death notices free. Regular rates charged for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. This newspaper is not responsible for opinions and views exptessea .anywhere else than in the editorial column. All articles for publication must be accompanied by the true name of the author and written in rcspectful language and written on ono sideof the paper. The true aame required as an evidence of good faith ^ All coaimunicatsons?editorial, business L or local?should be addressed to The m News and Herald Co. W. D Douglass, Editor. || J as. Q. Davis, Treasurer. W. J. Elliott, Business Manager. " WINNSBORO, S. C. r Wednesday. June 20. : ; 1894w - "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. — 20 June 1894

"y""11 _ '?i T(WU1 IVTTl?l I Tfll?\r/!l? \J'J\JlJLi-J in i ijiiuiuunuu* Wednesday, June 20. : : : 1894 MAIL COLLECTIONS, r Letters will be collected from the letter boxes at 11,20 a. m. and 9 p. m. go'ng sooth, and 5.30 p. ru. and 9 p. hi. going uorth. B New Advertise ?ne*t*. ^ Tnct ?n Timo?R*. W. Habenicht. Uorman Park Hotel?C. M. Neild, j Proprietor, Walhalla, S. C. r Local ?We were glad to see that Mr. ' Jas. Jones was able to be in town this week. ? We were misinformed as to the marriage of Mrs. Clamp. It was a mistake. ?Rev. Peter Stokes, of Camden, conducted services at the Methodist I Church on Sunday iast. ?Mr. J. B. Galloway, son of Mr. J. M. Galloway, of White Oak, will graiuate at Due West thi* year. ?Mr. T. L. Johnston lost a good I tenant bonse on his place this week. Supposed t? have caught fire from a pipe. I ?The colored Baptist Church which ? is now nearing completion is receiviug a coat of white paint which adds [ verrTnuch to its appearance. m' - ^ 1 - ~ ~ y-lf* C...

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. — 20 June 1894

% HE 13 THY BSOI'HKK Has he fallen, deeply fallen, From the path of truth and light? Is he groping, blindly gropine, py In the blackness of sin's night? Is he straying, sadly straying. From the tender Saepherd'r fold? Is he staying, idly staying, On the mountain, bleak and cold? If he's fallen, still remember, Thine own steps may one day stide, For "while Virtue's path is narrow, Error's way is broad and wide. Or, If frcm the fold he's wandered, .Lurea oy pleasure s voice awaj, Remember from His loving care, t Thine own feet are prone to itray. Turn not from a fellow creature ^ Haughtily, with scornful eyes, p But from sin and shameful railures. JP " Lend a nand and help him rise. If on his brow there resis a marking, ? Like the bitter curse of Cain, .By gentle words and kindly actions Help erase tbc deadly stain. Tell him of God's pardoning goodness And you'll do the Master's will, For it matters not how fallen, Know he is thy brother still. ' - OCf AV f\ UMi^vacnwuo i. The R?v. Dr...

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. — 27 June 1894

[ yoL. XLVIIL WINNSBOKO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1894. NO. 46. .|S jL^mm AND TILLMAN?" F THE GREAT SENATORIAL RACE BeB GUN AT ROCK HILL. Senator Evans Made a Speech and Had rSome Passes with the Crowd?Pope and I Tindtl Do Their Devoir?The O h??r Candidates Did Not Spaalc. Rock Hill, Jane 18.?The sreat Senatorial ontest has begun. Daring the early hoars of the day hundreds of people were congregated around Turner^ Hotel, where both Butler and Tillman were quartered, and it was a Butler " *""1 f/VPrnu-ara nf th? nvrmfir not coming up into to^a m large lumbers. Two hundred Bullerites arrived yesterJay. Fifty of ihein came from Edgefield and ihe remainder from Greenville. I - At 6:30 this moming the train from Columbia brought 450 more, all wool-hat, hardy looking fellows, from Union, Fairfield and stations along the C. C. & A. road. A good many others cama in about 10:30 from the direction of Charlotte. The audience at the meeting 1 3 o AHA A<i? nf the oumuertru awuo u,vuv. u...

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. — 27 June 1894

/ THE ' NEWS AND HERALD. PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY ?BY?2 NEWS ANDiHERi LD COMPANY. TERMS, IK ADVANCE; One Year, - SI.5o Six Months', .... ,75 AD VERTIS1NG RATES. CASS: One dollar a squa*-"1 for the first insertion and Fifty Cents foi ^ach subsequnt insertion. Special rates for contract advertisers. Mairia^e and death notices free. Regul ar rates charged for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. This newspaper is not responsible for o pinions and views expressed .anywhere else than in the editorial column. A 11 ?rtir?lAs for tmblication must be ac ounipnnied by the true name of the author /Mid written in respectful language and written on one side of the paper. The true aanie required as an evidence of good faith All communicatsons? editorial, business or local?should be addressed to The News and Herald Co. W. D Douglass, Editor. Jas. Q. Davis, Treasurer. W. J. Elliott, Business Manager. WINNSBORO} S. C. ~ j Wednesday, June 27. : ; : : 18i*4 ? - ? -Johx Sam Verxeu is a lalter da...

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. — 27 June 1894

w CMBBBMBSa?gBBM MCKMBPB3 _ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, June 27. : : : 1894 MAIL COLLECTIONS. Letters will be collected from the k?vm ot 11 90 m. and 9 D. ID. MV ? ?? ? 4 going south, and 5.SQ p. m. and 9 p. tt. going north. I New Advertisements. Floor? F. W Habenicht. P?arle Polish?W. E. Aiken. Notico?J. A. Ilinnant, Clerfc. S. R Johtuton forjudge of Probate. L Porter Military Academy?Rev. A. Porter, D. D., Charleston, S. C. 1 oca 1 t'Hi r? ?Rev. J. 11. McAlpine has accepted a call to preach at Pineville, N. C. ?The new Greenbrier Church is finished. It will be dedicated on the second Sunday in July. ?There was a severe hail storm >. near Monticello last week. Considerable damage wa? done. ?We have just finished the premium list of the Fairfield Agricultural So ciety. Get one and prepare far your I entries in the fall. ? *Tc request all parties writing to this paper to only write on one side of the paper. Otherwise we will hare to refuse the article. ?George White has been de...

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. — 27 June 1894

S^T' urTnmn - 1 ??tMgM MYStE^-SIO VHEll. The carriage iite was over And though I turned aside To keep the guests from seeing. The tears 1 could not hide, I raised my f?ce in smiling, And Jed mv lltt.'e brother To greet my father's chosen? But 1 could not call her mother. ' She is a fair young creature. With meek and gentle air. With blue eyes bright and beaming, And suuny silken hair, I knew my father gave her The love he gave another, But if she were an an-jel, I could not call her motlu r. They took my mother's picture From its accustomed place, And hung beside my father's A fairer and younger face, 'i hey made her dear old charrik r The abode of another, But I will not forget thee \r,T rvrtrn mv mother. Last night I heard her sinking A song I used to love, As its dear notes were hallowed J3y one who sin^s above. It grieved my heart to hear licr 'ihe tears I could not smother, for ever}- tone was hallowed Uy the voice of my mother. My father's in the sunshine And brighter days to ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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