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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 May 1867

- - - - -7 IS-7I NO. 4U Posportes, VWilliams & Co., Proprietors. A Family Raper, Dovoted to Scionce, Art, Itncjub'y, 1Industry and Literature l~~...s.( prAnm nAvne VOLf.1.1 WINTNBmos~ Il INA M1N1INC~ A 9 87 N TiIM * FAIRFIELD HE.RALD 1.1 itlk' .I11 tI'1J) WEEKLjiY BtY DE .SP01TE8s, W1LLI AMS & 'V. Tem.--Tu is I~tm.:ni is piublisiel Week ly in ftie Town of Winnsboro, at 63.00 in nrrrably in advance. .y- All tria ieut, advertiseiiients to ic paidi inl larice. Mlitatry Notices and Tributcs $1.00 per tluare. Selected Poetry. A NEW POEM. The following very original pocin we fin nili ln exetige. A iuiber v!' tie ites inn1y aippear iiilin r to tie reater, but we have every rex:4on to believe that tihe princt ton is enatirely original : By the 1.Ike where drooped (he willow, How, v ussels, row ; I wat to lbe an angel, And jumip Jim C-ow. Ana old crow ,it on a hickory limb, None know hiin I.nt, to priie Lot tio kiss liin ll his notiher, For he stiells of Switzer kase. The niinstrel t...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 May 1867

lit'o. It is said that tie Etipress of the Fr-enich is ngtin <nelvnte. T'1 iiiuimers in Ruti.i an A erica last about ti wetly miiinuos. Never relato your oniort niiue, atl never grieve overt wihat yoil cannoit I vi- ut. There i. a prospet a i largo etigration frontj Newi% 11hani1.hiretoSot Catrolinia. Newton, N. J., and they are :illid to be eu perior to 1t0 1b, t tallo". .1 is n i-ertainl. th.: feiv neni were kil1. cil and twenty wounded during the riot i Dr. JAhinson, being once he whute' he0 ias in the habit. of say iog hteater or ni-her, very laconically repltied, nay-thur." A Tennesieo paper anys that PIiuoh Drownlow will not. dlie until thej ::chool fuit of tha $1ato tis ctomptl!, tely exhatted. )iamlionts of tie very first water have been found i ll all coutay, Georgia. So says an exetatnge. Ana ignrt1u of aln apothecary k ille a poor ninit in Pitstsurg, P., onl Fid,13 by giving lim' orpino in I.lIe qui inieQ. Tho colorod nilitay orgatin,,ttions!u inl lItone, ia., htave be...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 May 1867

Latest by Telegraph,. Nows Items. WVIn iNI-ON, May l..--The Pi ei d itl baves3 oi th 1:. proxilio, to be in alvigh1 hv the - th of J mle. JUKg Chase lmA granted a writ of' r1r1r im I ie C e oF Uiiited States vs. Jospli ruin I, wIo:e property wis con isaMted by Jhuge Undrwoud and sRl durmi te w wit jrouded : Fi'-T 0 th Du)It.tiet Court condenm111. ed and h the b l!soluto est-li u of theI .Petitionl in aind tO 10 prope ty, wi .1udgm nt w:mu bheyoid lle po-.-r of te trt~U ti prOthmeoi h. u i'eond-- the n dl'imion of p wro'erty Was ir iren, of wichel the party could not. b'. adjInldv fult, e' e he J iii y s1'1 tin i a 1 :1 y. Thil -Tlu- p in r int adoulraltLv, When they) A0hould have boon open to the conn1on tlaw sl of ttli Court , y rinfrd li- ii a ii u 1) voi Thinecustomn receip.i from Ithe 12th to thie 18Sth wvere nevarly :'.000,000. - Intlernial revenuelk recevit to daiy ,,. 000. The impachiont proceedin -ral hegdea) d a.,r growmlrp, day 1,y dyou.1) ere fceeb)le . The Jillv sem-iiom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 May 1867

Orginal Poetry, I AM GROWING OLD. It nY MI.u. LA DD.t irenins of my youth, beautiful dream*,I sweet visioni that have long since farded iway from ile inthway o'li ti. Vciinmi, like thie gorpeusu tintedt clentdo of oreyob, ad night folIls hier <t-irk mantle arolund thle car th. Gono like thle glittering dw W W1in toucheid by thoe vcorchingi ray. Siuch is life. Life with its mournting of beaut-li'ul ting. LiCO Witlh its nloomday of un-1 realitics. Life wht is evening shadows Dre'ams of my youth, so sweet, so g!1y Why have yo tied, Could ye not. stay ! t I)renms so beautiful, dreams more bright I Than the gilded clouds, when (ho sunset N light Fringos their edges with purple and gol d N Tlhn sinks to ro3t, 'nuath tho gorgeous % fold, Sweet dreains, Like tho zunset clouds they have faded t away, In the dark, dark, tints of a leaden gray When night stops on, departing day, 1 am growing old. Yet memory to-night (lid the page unfold, And I saw my youth-and the Fairy land That I peopletd...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 June 1867

.1o Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Liteau.Eer--$OOprAnmIndvn. VOL. 1.1 WINNSBO013tO, S. C., WEDNES DAY MORNING, JNE5 87 N.5 in ni s I IM" UW11------ - - TIIE FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 ''1.1U -:ISH W .K K L Y BAY DESPOlR1'ES, WILLIAMS & CO Tcrmrs.-Tii, llrn.umi is published Week ly in the TowI of Wiansboro, at $3.00 in vareably in advpace. Ic-Y" All transient advertisements to be paidi il advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 pei square. Selected Poetry SOMEBODY. Somebody will be at (lie Fair to-night iSomiiebody (lat loves Ime well And her heart will th:ob, and her chck grow bright, As the rose in her native dell. Scmebody will be at the Fair to.night, Whose eye will seek my own, I ithI a holy trust, and soft delight, Which tLey give to nlinie alonae. Someboly will be at the Fiair to-night, Witih a Ieart. whloso lidileni key I fonii conceilaled oie iiooiliglit night In a rose sho give to me. Somneo-bly...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 June 1867

NE WS SUMMARY. -0 California is biWlng Ac imporlant Haes of railroa-l. Tho divorces in Connecticuat the past year anmber one for every tunio masrrges. Ii Canada there are Sevonty-Ihree gold Iines, employing 708 miners. The yield of gold for the last three months s valued at An italIan has invented a breast pin from which by touohing a1 little spring, 0O can extract i sulcession of Choice airs from favo rite operas. . A ihoal Of ito hundred sperm whales was obsoavel near the lawaiian1 islands on jhe fist, of April, ite first for Many yeats, :And ihree were taken. The net of all kinds of fit works is to be prohibited in Boston on tie comn ius Fourth of July. That city heretofore has aAkguialy expended $60,000 for ro *orks. A young New York broker lately raised a nsation in a horse:ear, by paying tho fare of all iho passengers on board. Ono young man said he would take a segar too. The number of acres inl growing wheat. in the Valley counties of Virginia is greater than in any year bef...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 June 1867

Latest by Telegraph. Tho Prosident at Riohinond. Ileroos, Julne 2.TePresidenlt on hi.s trip Iither from Washington ws; ac10oialmied by Secretary Sew arId, Postmator G eneral Eandall, Col. William 1'. Aore, of the Presi dent's.stall ; Surgeon Basil Io'r -ris, I Iiited 8St ates~ attorney ; Col . J . It. 0' lh.irne, Col. A. 11. Seward, United States ar:iy ; W I. S. 'iiteh ll, 1'. L2. Cuih aw, ("Co. Mttillyr,-. agent of the Ik I t4 e 4 10 f :iI:I0 m I (out com IpaIy, aIdI Gen. . I. T or. The1 lastnink m Chief1tuartermuaster of the See-(' Oudk Military district, vind wa:s detail.. ed by Gcn. Sickles to 1 (ct. as esctI. Thell party reached I-'rederick;sburg at uItIi1'-I -ast eleven O'lock saturd-fay night. A la 4 re, numbiilher of ip0 0Ieon gathereol at thleo ttion andt vreeted the 'res4iden-t, with chicers andl calhl for a spooeeh, bit he merely thank 1 t-heim for the mnani'ofestatioln of their res1ipet, and slook handls with some of theni;. at parting At. A A.siland thle party were itle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 June 1867

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 June 1867

4q(' F ,: y f Desportos, Wi1ican, & Co., Propri'uors1 I A F-Amlily P~aper, DcvotedI to Science, Art. Infqudhe, Indw.;Stry 111d Lilcratur,,lrs-3.OprAnu ,I Avne VOL. ~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1.-kNBR9S.C~W1T'1)/ r~ T1IN FAIRFIELD HERALD IS P11-I'lt- w -:lmA y ,y ly in the Town of Winnsbor'j, alt j4:L,00 In vi.ti y i n l eIi'lihic. UD"'Alltraniem. avertsemntsto be pail in advanee. Obituary Notices and Tribuites l'1.00 per Selected- Poetry, CLAY'3 STATUE, Tle following lines were composedS by Geo 1). Prentice for tho inaugr.ition in, Thu'Irsay 1ast. of 11hie io aIuO illo btatut of Ilenrry clay, at Louisville Ky. : lbt1il I trtie 11m11 glorious 'emblancev, hail! Of him, (Ile nolilt't -'f our snee - W e s el lt,: 11 a l '!.in , I Itv v;l 0, T* see i his l i ii e t o ha I he .stin u Th.ii lik e.ian.. e inc n-k 't ! ilut (be. t l Ill - i nw' r . Ie tIh I' I.. !.: i \J . i . Lt . I -I0i A" It- T hI I t ! !n ! . 1 WT, iri iinv il Nt 1h 1i i h; 'k:a . -. , .: . in, :r Aild : ait i la- I o i of ;I e T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 June 1867

NEW~S SUMMJAIY. Tio Emtipress iugee elbrted.her forty first birthday on the 15th of May Wast. The Prussian Gloverumti bought 300, 000 unif'ormns in Irelantd recendly. A little girl, only fourtci yearts of age, carriis the "Mil betreton the famoutt'o stonu House and Manassnas ytusiotion, a distanc o of tive and a half iles. There are 6000 AmeIrans resdillng it Paris (his year. Ordinarily there aru bitt 3000. They support eight spvch:1t ret-A. ranits, four dentisits, and live banking hous -I es; and aro now tadking of setig Up a daily newspaper. IL is said that tho Emperor of the French has deolided on suppressing all military hands, tLho regiments to be manrshalled mere ly by tititpeleers. Even to far-faimed band of Les Ouide is only to be spared tfor awhile. Captain J. Mikes, tormeily second oflicer of the silamer Sant ago du (ba, will leave Now York for -:uropo t o)day,0t h, on a "Moni tot" ra1ft, (aking with im 0t otily (wo sailors. This craft ii only tweio feet wido by twentiy-fi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 June 1867

Latest by Telegraph. The Indian War. WAsnI NGTON, Juno 10.--Advices froi Omahnnnla state that Sherman has.4 issued an order saying that the Pa cific railroad will be guarded and freight and passeingors forwarded froin the tortninus under a suflicient guard. Sherman is sanguino of clearing the Platte valley of indians in two weeks. Nino passengors and twenty Indians fought within five miles of Moore's fort the other day. Ono passenger was killed andt a son of Gen. Dav is rtally wounded. They killed live .akians and wounded two. The pas songers then returned to Omaha. Gov. Steel, after a narrow escape, reacled Denver safely. Surratt. WsinNGTON, June 10.-Surratt was brought into It crowded court this mlorning han11deuiffed. Ito, flooked very pale and work a troubled coun tenanco, but. when unnchained nid seated by his counsel ho bce amie nore cheerful. News Items. New ORL.AN3, Junne 7.--Genernl Sheri lan has appoiited Benjain ii F hiuinilers orvernor 1' l'ouiisialai. GUov. Wells declin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 June 1867

- Selected Pootry, - (F'oa the At tulttec 1it0Ii jI. TIMON'S SO0LILOQUY, nY T# BUCHlANAN Vitt. My shadow, wheresoe'r I wiod, Is within Ino, like a flattering fricpd. ]lut obifolyNl it the litt of Junto Is oihul1ing to his Iiighest noon, My food andiant closes nicar, As I woro growing still moro dear And thdn, to shiow Its lovo Complete, Falls event Ser'vilo at. my faet, Where, proud of placo, it scarcely pods 'leforo'ihe (omple of (tho Gods. lnt' whon t1le evening sun do.4001lds, 1tjeons to seek t'or other friends, Maidng a dial of the town, To toll that Timon's day goes down Anld when the stormy night. ooiles ol, I look, antl lo I my shaile is gbno Wlille Athens, with inmlign-min riate, Swiig.e it my back ler scuolding gat e, And tloworitig 0'er tie, black .with wrath, Vroms unril'tilntling on li) pati. iutt whon filo still sliill relipear, lly sonblano vill algain be bere, Andl every move of iiine obey, As if it litni not been away, Atidt whien soie Lia:jer-hv rel-etts Hlow foilin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 June 1867

PMm - esportes, Williams & Co.; Proprietors.i A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. LIerms- $300 per A I V) " EA I [ORNING, JUNE 19, (.52 imaginie how fer:vently. Io 1ind14 the paltiet of her bosuiim Ihere. While the tiro was I n:ing one poor fellow was seen buriedi ill theclar. lie tilked to tle liromen alu( sail he was unhurt, lut was unable to movi by being wedged ink He tightly.. The tiretine caubl not get near him while the tire wa raging, and ie poor man, inl IIIe very sighi ut every relie1f, full of hop1e, VZs drownec Aefor ho could he got oit. THE3 1,I.\nD ANu woU'NDUl. Immediately after thie extingtisihmont o tihe fire the fireunen set inanfully t. work 1( riiove tite ruitns, in tile hope or halii bodiesA tuderneath. Not w it listaniling tlit iftense heat and bhlintUg smeke, in a fo, iinutes a body was reachied, and ia 'ior lorrid spectacle was never witnesed. ThI head and hect were burned oil', and I lie how els liy exposed in a ine...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 June 1867

S IuW SUMAUY. 0 Tho yearly product of butter in Massa culselts is said to be about 9,000;000 pounds: worth this year, at the faruurr's door, th1e rou1nd sum of.' .',000.000. Tio narringo of lie (ing of' Bavaria has been dvtiuitely fixed ftor the 12th October, tho anniversary of that. of his fat her. Maxi iniliau 1., in IJ2, anld of his grandfather, .Ltums I., inl 1810. M. ilaas, of Aix, in the South of France, exhibits, in thle Paris labibition, a ilachilne by uimeals of which a rabbit-skin can be convorted into a lint inl 60 liinlitesl 'I here is a great scarcity of food in soine parts of Goratolt and 8aginaaw Conlies, Michigan, whero the people have no money and no teams to liaiji to market their Olin gles, tle only artiole they have for sale. Arrangemenit have been made at. San Vr iancisco to 1ut on a new line ofstenirships between that city, New Archangel and .it ka, slopping it Victoria. A disitice, we 13hould judge, not much less than to Liver. pool from lliohon. Tiho Australi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 June 1867

Latest by Telegraph. News Itoms W.%suiirror , .Juno 15.-The Presi. dent has received a memorial from citizens of Texas regarding the resto. ration of Judges llacoi and Striblini reinstated by Sheridan after deposi tien by the Logislature. The niino rialists say the military commander at E'I Paso disregarded tho laws of Texas, denied County oflicors the right to executo State laws, refused to re cognize the olicers appointed by Gov Ilhunilton, and that he appointed mnagistrates, with authority to render judtgnints and issue executiotw, with. 3 allowing debtors the stay provi ded by law. Also, they stato that l)acon is unfitted by lack o' learning for t he position ; also, that the prop'! erty of the citizens ol' El Paso County, Texas, has been conise.ted and sold since the close of the war, under pro cesses issued by the Federal District Court of NeV Mexico. .It is understood in oflicial circles that, the Attoriey-Ge neral, in his opinion just prepared, holds that the rcconst ruct io...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 June 1867

Selected Poetry, [ Froma the. Land We' Luce.] MEMORIAL FLOWERS. DY rANNY OWNING. The Lord of ight who rules f he hours, li as sentiered ihrough otir sunity Ilnd, Nemietiloes of, fis love in flowers, With lavish hand. This month they bloom in beauty rare, And m11oro 1111n wot(ed sweets display, As conscious of' I Io part, they b ar, The Tenth of May. On which 10ho South in plaintivo ton Of pride anid sorrow, ilixed wii. bliss, Speaks: "As a natiion,)I I elm evvit No day but thiu!" I gave on it., my glorious dead, Tho tribut o I hey have earned so well, And wit I cach bud and blosomii slied A uyntiu .pell. I lay the Lairel Ieath abovo The Cedtr with its sacred ties, And ilaCo them with a umohier's love, Where Jackson lies. Thle Lily in its loveliuness, Pur as 10he si i1teall iwre it awoko, And spotless as his Ilishop's drs, I give to Polk. To Albert HSidney Johlnston, Moss And Rtosemary and Bam ; to these Enl wisted Ili a tiimplo Cross, I add ileartucase. The Fleur-do-L in song and sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 June 1867

M - MM a-~fr~u4 -5mmufQf~1~?:~-:q IC 21 S~# 4 ;c ' IOL 4i~ E N10 9S /,WDHIG Nt(!~fr N>NN T I IiK FAIRFIELD HERALD * t~~1 PUBItSt11) WEEK~t~IN BY Ets? Al Ii iut.no w~Vi't isaitv InyoUt 1) 11,4,'1101 T E-NK W ILLd A 11 & V'O. T) - ic ut iyp . T n I 11 th w% . Week ly inl tie Town of w ittsboro, at ! .0y , - Md:l to' nirw ienlt, at tobe pai.d inl lvioea fl. BY0 It T1 Oblit. aotieti 3 e alTriutu tes 61.00 pe Sed-Cty talected Petryhtt t e-t ti R\Tt3il,, ~m o Ti fie song of lit th: mary, staulingq inl thle cta o or W hile (the phewalait twiligh'lt .s111.1owwl, Faill o'er wooillbruti, strealinn-: i moor." Oh1, snot(her! dear fiallier i.1 coming helino Ilow, uitt ronti by the r ti thie wolh 141'. wie try aui-I paile, hiu h1h0-4 i.- creet, A iJ his i .>t w ait cp i sk irl I a11s (of 114 'My hecart hat:j beenl beating eo l'ast. aill the tlay, So isti tha I ,learcely but .1peak, With i t li :tt hs ini g woul br, to your li Dear mIIother to otipnt anbu mIe t ! r Last nitl, wn the hous...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 June 1867

NEW,1S SUM 31AR Y. --o 'Tlhe 1'Ireat sie(ch of feimato suffrage in l'arlinflent is .41yb10" 1110; cal Afill inery. I The firsi minis.er of S1ato ever sent to 4his euntry from tiroeco Just arrivet In I-oruallhvay, New York, is to ho paved with -New IlmpihiIJiri! granite, at at cost of 5 it sayl:are yird--t letal cost of $'00,000. The state, Comialty tad lown debts of New York amolt to $140,000,000, or about 835 for each inlia'itin. Al fie children's ball, in Paris, at girl of elevii, Wlo Nunez, wtre $10(0,000 of dii. Iaunds. An eloniy C:thinet, inlaid with ivory, ainl intendod for a lalies' houdoir , is exhijliled in t lie Paris E xp'sition. Its price is $10,. Two frighifl denths f'om hydrophobila took place in New Orleanis List. week. Iie vielitius were children. ('ong i-s.iitl I-lohn Mor isoy is dle pir. chiser of larumn's beautifuil rsiodeonce, at ltili-port, Coini. The price paid wasau 'ie averange desh of the Atlantia ocean t8 estiiaed uiat 2>,000 fee., fand that of the l'Aci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 June 1867

Latest by Telegraph. Foroign News. 9 oo, June 18 - A formidable anti-Popery riot is progressing at Bir gham. The miob sacked two streets, aid the rioters are in t4rong force. A Romtan Ca ,>tholic Chapel was attacked, and threatened with destruction. Intense excitement, prevails. Evening.-AL this hour the rioters nre in full possession of the city of Bir minehai, and all efforts to preserve or der have proved futile. I , rge bodies of troops have been Sen16 to the See of disturlbance, with Orders to pit down tlhe riot, and to re. store quiet at all hazards. LONDON, J; 19.--A. public break fihas beien utndered Wi. Liloyd Oar i.ont by the Coniinittee of whiebi Duke A rgyle is Chairman. John B1right will li the Vice-Chancellor's Court in tie deiturrer in the case of the United . v."es r. vagner, a decision vas ren dered for the plaitiff. imn.ix. June 9.-The funeral of tile vietims of tie( riot was attended by 5000 irsons, all wearing green; om bl',ms. Lm.: u t~o, Jun;e 19-'gyenin g._...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 June 1867

Selected Poetry. JUVlE PIOTUllE2. Juiini's gliiius tun nuc~iloiledil inues, A ro iio t a I t 1 ei lingers ; The Ioses latughI, anid 'it I I their vines TIngle I a r fraigraut fintger-. I he epulel blii 1 sings liis love-sonug inl the rushy inetnIows, Ani orioles on (haining wiings Piart through tile orcharil openings, And liah into t he shadows. Afar the laie. n silver sheet (Girdle-l witi Swells ot' greon, lies bleep I' g : 'The hnroOkS Ibat inl i-ti b1onoilm eet, 1 I l -t, bu theiu- foanii-Shd keL I he (r the leilges leai pinlg. In groui ps bieneathlit lie lnsst r trtees, Full Fed I lit cows lii tirewsing ; ''he luoiit grovi nilive with bees, With song like that of stiner seas, Among the blooiis earoIusing. Yeung 1util are whistliing ii i (h1 brake E'acl tI.ty ( heit it ering notes grow firm er), The kiir,14 uihee rtil niusic innkze, Ai iloes ilt! .tilla.t I echoes wake With uott an.t 11oi- m ra1n1r. Sweetii the Iooitille of ithe Year. Tiut crown:s et world with. cinplets fi0. ral...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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