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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 August 1866

WINNSBORO, S. 0. WEDNESDAY, AUG. S, 1860. it. A. GAILLARI), E 'wron. D). B. McR011GHT, ASSOCIATrE ED'n. The following gentlomon are 1' questod to act. as Ageits for the IIER ALt): Major A.- 1. 1IL.LAnn-Rooky Mou-nnt, Bosier Parish, La. T. P. SC..-Charleston, 8. (. 11. . Dsro-rr-lidgeayS. C. Major Wm. BEI,-Moiticello, S. C. It. B. Mc3MAs-ER-iossilil, S. . Dr'. J. L. iMAN-rTIN--J c(Sn01'S Creek, S. C. DAVID EcIN-Allston,S. C. J. W. I McCREIGn'r-Salemi Ch11ureb0, S. C. If any friend ha1s1 a copy of tle News published on (ho i5th of May 1866, and has nio use for, we would ho glad to got it, For the week pist the average tei peratire wits Ibout 86. Hundilay night was quito cool. There has becn no raiii. The Convenlion. The State Convention which met in Columbia oil the 14 instant finished it0 businoss ill 011o day b1'y electing the following as (elegaiites to reprIte sont the State ill the Nationli Coiven ventiton to mteet in Philadelphia on the 14th11 inst. From the State it. lairge, Il...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 August 1866

$ows froni EtMrope by Steamer. WAR NEWS. WAdilINrITON, Aug. 5.-Tho steam ship Moravian passed Farther Point' to-day, with dates from Liverpoor to the 28th via Londonderry to 27th ; al so. from London 27th, A. M. The armistice between Prussia and Austria expiros to-'day ; and will pro bably be rencwed ; but there is no in timation as yet of this having been done. The( Iondon Tim.!s says thle armis tiq:e don't. 'oineo a itumnetent too sooni to save th Austrians from a flnal eatas trophe. The combiatants are now testint- irrespective of their positio'is.. The-e are well grounde(l hopes that the truce. will be prolonged in a deli nIite peace. On the 25th of July a suspension of' hostilities was agreed upon between the Italas an.d Austrians. The Hungarian Legion pri'.,e.rs hid been seat to Southern Silesia to invade llungary on the expiration of the ar misticc. The Legion coisists of 9U00 1m31an, with cavalry and artillery of its Own. On the 23d of Ju1h the Italiana had a fight with the ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 August 1866

[ro -rnrTll. nll aLL'. J BA T101. tly--whisper not--'tis a holy scene, rough the celestial openinigi, Angel oyen J glinUug oarLhward anid rom1 hixaps di. vino .e strains of 41thrilling mo-alody breae . peace. to oberubim and scraphihn bow low oforo their miaker. Ulory firoi lis brow llues every face with smiles oi' jiy, ;ghtts every eye with raxy sereno. Behob I in (The baptismal water. clad in white Einblema of purity -of sin rorgiven, Two forms are stailing. One, aixba in. From Iloavenx's great King, In reverent at titude, Is reatdy to perform the sacred vitO. Theoiler whose file brow (1the a .hTi Timo3 lins scarcely msarxxke'l with weight of ' n.. mer's tenl, Soemsv like a pure white bud-stieh finiil. lesnless Such mneek huitimility her in- hMu-. 11or flded iands ire lalxced pl.n h :r b., As hilaen in) prayer ;he keh, avid i.:n Houiglat. For sins which sotie 'might d mccii but tri fling faunls. To /er reponant. heart they seemel tI ie Like miountain ankd. of gihil-r A'h lar rov-e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 August 1866

WVOL.1] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDA Y MORNING, AUGUST 15, 1866. [NO. 9 r- I _____- . ______v '1, 11 lei TFlE FAIRFIELD HERALD, IS 'U ItI.tSH 1D1) WEKKI.Y BY Sttii It I ihpOr'te & Co V'rmccs. - Tir I :I.% I.i is pit W ishedI Week ly in, tie Town, of Wimbor-, at @3.oo ins teacall in advance. U" All iraisient aivertiseticuls to be Oltuai y Notices and Tributcs $1.0. pC IMPoSc> Bv ACT or Cosuu:Ss, To TAKI: Errc-r Auous-r 1ST. The fullowing is at n lphebet ic.d list of tlie staip duties imposed by act of Congress. passed J ily 13, 1861), need to take efrect to. dcay Agreemeint.-O licet than tihose mentioned in thii sciedkuIe. o (Oranly aplpraiselmnict,) for every sheet, or piece or paper oct which it is written, 6 cents. Bill of ,xclancge, fo'crign-Drawn inl bct pcyable out. of' tie UnutiteI 8tsls, itc drawn icngly or othet wise than ic it set of threei or more-same as inland Ills ol exchaige or promissory ioltes. Drawn inc sets of tre more, for every bill of'etchi set, where lth s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 August 1866

Our Fathers on th Consttlition, h A correspondent furnishie,4 uts with the following extracts, ThOy arC both (turious and interestiog: .E0IrIront Soll-ra Cm.uousi : The (xtraets that follow ire highly curious, I not to say interosting. Possil y C $om1e of your roadors may liko to see r them. Thoy aire taken froi the ninth volume of' "Spork'8 Life and Writ ing ; of W ash ington" : Washington- to Lafayt.-"t v September, 17,47. T/w Constitution MWas signed yesherdany. I t is tile reslit of four mnonths delibperation, to be fostored by soimc and buffeted by oth ers" What.will ie the general opi ion or recep.tion of it, it is not for it to docido. If it he good, [ tilppose it will work its way.; if hod, it will re coil oin it.; fira'mers. My best wisles, Washington to "Patrick Henry-1 "C 4th Septonlor, 1787. 1 take the liberty of'sending you it Copy of the Co1stitutioll, which the Conveitionl has subilittod to the people of these States. Your own judgment will at n01100 discover the good...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 August 1866

Tho Murder of a Youtg Ludly in Phila delphin. PHrILADE.J11'H1.% August IL.-An atrocious murder vas conimittel ye.: terday. A well dressed man visited at house oin Race street with a young lady and after remaining about an hour the man departed saying the 1,tdy was asleep and he 'id not wish lir to be disturbed. An hour or two later, the proprietor of the liouso visit ed the room and found the girl with her head nearly severed from her body, with a sleet tied tiightly round her. Su bse(tiet (I, t hrougli a )it eL.1e found inl the girls tiik, tlo mu1rderer was ascertained to be Newton Chaipim ex-AnSistalt Enlgiineer in the Navy. lie was rrost (ed. Tho womialn's iame was Mary Coriey al he Il adttmnt ed to strangle h11er a few weeks pre Wasmiswro,.\ugust II .--The See retary of War h as plwinted Gie nerils I llter , Canbly anid 'Judge Advocatec Geneural Hllot a1 comm111Lsionl to ex.lk ine inito and decide upon the admisbi bility (of all claims.; m1le upon the Ir I)epartmljeni t: The dec...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 August 1866

Vottra. (Foom the Field tad 1"reside.) THEN AND NOW.. BY CLARA V. DAnOAN. . 1864, woke within, tho darkened dawn I woke, and saw the nMournful stars Go slowly trouping o'er the plain, Bearing the grand old warrior Mars Upon his crimson shield. Anti said : "It is a sign to me That ho is dond-his soul is free; As wano those stars within the west, So he has fomid a dreamless rest Upon tho battle-field." O'God pity me I Ile- was my friend, And this his welcome natal morn; Yet there lie Iks so cold and still, And I lie hero-aloni,, forlorn And watch the day groew ved The dreary day 1 Oh, pitCous, stars, lIcar to his rest yotrt hero Ma's, BIst look across t he azure plaIn, Look back and loll Pie once again Is my brave hero deald I 1860. I thought you dead: It was a dream I Fate had a bittorer lot in store You to live oa, estranged and cold, I to exist ye tite Io- tore. Another natal morn has dawned; I watched the stars at break of day, As far behind the western sleeps They faded into mist...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 August 1866

(From) the Field and Fireide.) THEN AND NOW. DY eLARA V. DAnGA.. 186. woke within. the darkened dawn I woke, and saw the inournful stars Go slowly trouping o'er tho plain, Dearing the grand old warrior Mars Upon his crimson shield. And said : "It is a sign to me 'Pht ho is dead-his soul is free ; As wano those stars within the west, So he has found a <droamloss rest Upon the battle-field." "God pity me I le was my friend, And this his welcome natal inorn; Yet there he lis so cold and still, And I lie here-aloe,,, forlorn Antd watch the day grow ved-. 'io dreary day I Oh, piteous stars, l'ar to him rest your her, Mas, hit look across the azure plairu, look back and t4l me once again Is mny brave hero dead - II 1866. I thought you, dead : It was a dream I Fate had a bittorer lot In store You to live- on, est rang.edi and cold, I to exist yet live no- more. Another natal morn has dawned; I watched the stars at break of day, As far behind the western sleeps They faded. into misty gre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 August 1866

VO4. -A VOL.1] ~~WINNSBORO, S. C.2 WJVEDNESDX1. MO1INING ,AJUT2,~6.[O . THE 'AIRFIELD HERALD, IS PUnBISnED wEKLY BY Vir1i1(tr Desportes & Co Terms.-T'an l[IRALD is publlihed Week. ly in the Town o' Wiisboro, at 93.00:ii Vareabky t aduance. .Oy- All traisieit advertisemetits to bo imid inl advan.:o. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per 1118 PillASLPIIIA NATIONAL CONMEN T10N, Aduriens to line People of tihe Unkited Statesm. A DEMAND FOR SOUTHERN REPnEsEN TrATION IN CONGRESS. The following is the address issued by the National Convention, lately held in Philadelphia, to the people of the United Sates: 'T. the People of the United Sttes: Having iet in convention at the Vity of Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvania, this 16th day of August, 186(, as the representatives of the lpteople in all the States and Territo is of the Union, to consult upon the condition anld the wiants of our com 111on clouitry, we address to you this elau tim on of' outr principles, and of he onIaal p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 August 1866

comiiposed of delegate.; .it :eVry Stato !01 Territory it) tilt Union, aitioniislied I the 5olema lest whiebh, for tih last five. years, it iias pleased tho Supreme Ruiler of Ile Jiverse to give to the American people, profoundly gratoftul for the retirn of peace, desiroul, as are it largo majority of their countrymn, in all sincetity to forget and forgive the past., rovering the Cotnstitutior. as it, comes to us fromu onr anceestor;, regard Ing the Unioi, in its retoratioln as moreI' sacred than ever, looking with deep anxioty into the future as of istant and continuing trial, hereby issues and pro claims the following Declaration of Principles and purposes on which they have with perfect utanimity agreed First-We hail with gratitude to Al mighty God the end of war and the return of peace to our afflicted and )C loved land. Second--The war just closed has hiaintained the authority of the Consti tutiolt with all tihe powers which it con fors and all the restrictions which it imposes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 August 1866

EuropeIn Now by the Cable. Nrev YonK, August 26.-Special Cable despate.ms confirm the fact as previously announced in the Associat ed Press despatches of the signing of i treaty of peace at Prague, on Thurs day. Moscow despatches of the 24th men tion the arrival there of American na val officers, who were treated with dis tinguished consideration. Dresden despatches of the 24th says that the King has ordered the Saxon Ministry to co-opcrate with the Prus sian authorities. The Frank fort Assembly hns voted a loan of twelve millions of florins. Bank rate has been reduced to four per cent. Despatches from Magenta of the 24th says the seifie was raised on the 23d, and that the Prussian troops would leave on Sunday. Despatches from Madrid of the 24th says that export dutios have boi, suispended for six months from every port inl Cuba. Cltolcrt In (A|lucinali. CINCINNATI, August 27.-There were only eleven deaths from cholera reported yesterday. New York Market. NEW Yonm, August 27.-Gold 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 August 1866

__d IIr-et -. THE CONSUMPTIVIS WIS!I. On the Death of S. W. MD. 1 Y P. A. W. 41 d not, wish.to die when the weather Is cold and dreary; this world is beautiful, and I would not, like to sce it for the last timo dark and gloomy, but clothed in sun shine." Oh I I would not die in winter When the earth is cold and drear, When the wind, liko funeral dirges, Falls in sadness on the ear; When the earth is cold and silent In her winding-shoot of snow When the birds have hushed their singing And the trees no blossoms show. No-I would not, die in winter When the world is looked in death; When Ohe carth Is clothed in aunshine, Let mie give my parting breath. Oh ! But let me die in springtime When the carilt is robed in green Whon the trees are full of blossoms, And the zephyr cloud is seen. hlow it speaks of that fair country Whero I soon expect to go Where the trees are over verdant, And the skies no changes know. Oh I Then in the pleasant springtime When all nature wakes front death When th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 September 1866

VOL. 1_] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAfY MORNING, SER 8[ Oialline. Despotel & 0 7'ermi.-T-T - ihrit.i is published Week. ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at 63.00"in' tarhyin adiraur.. 1:.1" All tran4ielnt allvercis ellt s to be Obituary Notices at Tribumics $1.00 per Siri'l b.y 1he President of ili lintilci - wais :ofg ;t 4 1 4.; I i In-a Io - e~ Presidien: 'MIn lepone il> R..Nvenly Johnt sonl, whol pn-.,vinl-d the lli-a o ed il 4,?. 41 I C(- I -l! i1411. :11- l i w ings14 ofI i I L '4i- r 1r rTmen lui i., .nir t o . h - -. In p dwo~ ted of So t '4'r4' n :44 .\' ebn-I WI 4u1s w4.'4..'?iiasiovercomI, ralne ' t ov rti ng. to rig1, w iT'. i , l wir han-e men ve performed the eesi :h but ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I~(I (tnn Ge~ in)h o pIta t (oil s t"!rIn .ma hiew h(.16.1 :ir c-ra it'lm 0he fild Tn .1. 1 . . Ii 111 4e a r n t. 'i c ri t * tIon11 111114 ' u I wtiA-l -'! of tilt, (r1o . er.1n wion , i 1.4 i; b t1211, ; : r d * ned!or 4 .e- ' :144l. W , o hm. e h. h in on <h-p wra !Yn 1t - o f o vI - }...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 September 1866

[F ronl tho Aterienn Patriot.] Sp4d of Gull fla'JIltlp0o. We copy fr*rom tiho Anderuti Intel/i. gencer Lito sp-vchk o f i t i !ns dlji ingi isIed ani of Carolinal at a1 ImCetinog or the sIo. dier.s of O.c co 'd te lrat e aring fi oin A n derson diitrict, convciied for the ppsil of opmizng1 S)Idiers A--oebluon. G~. laptnwas oin l hog the village oil h:is w. * !., l ili t m lms, ati wa itiviled by the mec- i Id dress them liis Ipchci may tier'fore be regardled is the spontieou.s litter. ancos of thal noble senLilienit, of his heart, alld wll be respond'ed to by thec piople of t h State. IL havilg beell aserltlilodi that Geln. Vado I1utillaptol was inl tho vilhage, ulpoll ImIo)tionl a Coimiiiittee of tlron, Con sisting of Ma j. Johni 13. Mooro, Col. Silniel B. Picckns. and ). K. Brea zeale, WOre pp-nhteId to wait uiponi and illVie h611n t.o alltt.i alId participato in the metn.A fier :li absen-Ice of at few m'nute1.m. the 01:>mI-Ifitteo returlned, e8corting tho General, who walsi re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 September 1866

"' onamr, Auigust 31.-Cotton sales to-day - 500N bales Middling Itt 300. Sales of' the week 1,0O bales; receipts 1,400 against 1,500 1ast week ; exports for theo week 3, 617 ; stock on hand 2,900.bples. Ni:w OatI.Nss, AilgItst $1.--Cotton un changel ; sales of :l bales. Stqck on hld 103,000 bale. Gild I 16.1. Livi:roo., Anugt. t1.-The Cotton tinarket, is wvithout nativity. .Ni"Ii lInIg Up1 'bIIrII 1:21-1. Iitheadtttnil and in' I-ovki in don(iii': W:' I ' I t I) c:U,: :1 T Ta w C. S. I dkvoWN IN.tt I I. . I- ts lit l oil' i t - l~ Uiltihlil i lili i llii '' . L os Cii .\:illg : :t -oll, The '/ 'i.< of i. y 11n ' 1a leng hy N, A ~ l 1 1 . e nt h s as d( nt l ohn~lit un I *0-: ii -h..u'iii n:~ -i : ti li f h 'ih ..'L4F 1 . to r a i ..:::i It i ell-u- aa v:it ii-,. inhi-evvetil .e. Voi cody Wh Iivtilit I Iliro 73 oot lV'AeI I i -l\N ili , 1 i h e I , it te 0 er Poit e. e t h I ":h , n t li. g t 9iai 7-51s :.' a), Cr t4,he whnn or C Io e a iv 201!v. V ls -: .:. hir be i wf h I i , pti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 5 September 1866

pOet CL. 01t.-ill'11M ILl, IV 6' c'i. Altlb eii' is .i, w ri, . p A \ori t e lie hadow oe ;e Uis ! r - ar W4 mal ay Yes, witily --wi vhileo i 111i('11 was 1 li0( 1.t . 0b - .corn .lo his pal C' -o himt nut harslly \Fur lovig ther mill O i it hio t 11111toul ehss-- i Pfit I! 1101 his wkile. A h.! icr him idly F'ondl he -loved hear-, Wile hway gently The. fl'a -.I ''tt iS13' Efifll. It'iit t1) Ilit' i'tit' w:i ii fo lovr- higii e shall Iawu h is it Inot s -pwards tit r-.o0,i o hill l le. -;.'k o i kid.... tcitliji Comp .i't Ih , rv 11 Hiiit~ i v t r, t oit Isttl e ta t w r i lii i I ion 01 'i her br* ihtne sa liv ll ny ll m li e so hon ill be g >t n . I ",,,] 3,'t iI'll' i t ll'''lr the' iWedie.' -i y ' as .\lr ' i' . Wiki' n shoo liline uthuit iesti nnel ta e t i cin m blu he '-it allowe t dI' l itph 1y of a ns .0m lit te girls. iT e i h w 1 m:1,l * -:p . per* The Norf'olk 1 i -otl' 4 , of Vvidny says: W ib 1 ii' i -eoday, by li o t' . T n , . biy- l. nd if aituitmb ta p e i s i I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 September 1866

VOL.- 1] WINNSBOIR O S. C., WEDNE SDAY MORNING, SE P.E~BM 2 ~6.[O . FAIMFIELD HERALD, IS PUBSL1l D 'WIICKLY BY . Giilawrd Desport (r Co Terms.-Tui IsitArn is pubilerti Week. ly In the Ton of winnsboro, at $3.00 in, bareably in advance. 8& All transient advortismeuts to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per 'aquaro, ion. Jefferien Davis and 1i1s Slanderers -Infamdus Falsehoods Expose d. iAiiADOW NOOK, DCKAO.r CouNTY, GA. July 31, 1806. To the EBlitor of the Afetopolitan Rec. ord : DiC.in SIR: I have been convinc d by the teachingsoof history and man, and nioro particularly by the events Which have come under my own personal knowledge durin- the past five years, "that a lie well stuck to answers as well as the truth" to serve the purpose of hate Mnd envy, aknd we I be unto tho. in dividual and peopio. who are forced to permit a systematic anld persistent Slan. tier to go unrefuted. Victor lIIlugosays somewhere that a man's destiny depends as much upon what is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 September 1866

LEGISATURE OF soUTil CAROLNA. 8 INAT. The Senate met at 12 m. Mr. WinsmitLh, fromi the Commit tee appoilted to wait on his -Excellenaev lhd Governor, reported that, he would com. imicato with the Senate at 12 o'clock to.day. . Messige No. I of his Excellency Gov. Orr was read bV his Private Sec retary, John L. lUdatwright. On motion of Mr. IHemphill, the dif: ferent portiois of the messago were re'erred Lu th P j proliria to Coi nittees. 13rattou lrier-son, Shinglur and AcDuflie were appointed the Comuittee on so m1ucI ot't*he Governor's message. as re fers to the supply of food. Mr. Thomson introduced a bill to amend the Aet rela tive to tho emancipa. tion of slaves. Also, a bill to amend the criminal law. A message was received from the House, relative to a change of the place of meeting of the two I Houses; which wai ordered to lie on the table. M r. Tilman offered a resolution, which was agreed to, that the Gonoral Assen 's.2y, at its proiont session, avill restrict, its action-...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 September 1866

From Philadelpfila, PHILADELPlIlA, Sept. 8o-A large meeting held to-night in front of the Union League house was addressed by Carl Schurz, who roviewed the situa tion of affairs and thel policy of the President. From Missourl. Sr. Loqits, Sept. 7.-The .Circuit Court of Buchanan County, has con tinued the cases of prealiers arrested for not taking the test oath, until the dlecision of the United States Supreme Court is aunounoed. The State Adjutant General has is 'suted orders.to disband all militia or. - .ganizations not acting .il conformity vit\ll. the State Convention ordiuaice. The actio'n of the Philadelphia Mu atto Convention generally satisfiesihe Radicals here. S-. Louis, Sept. 8.--The Presideni \Was received ith much enthusiasm at Alton and in this city to-day. Speech 's were made by the Presidont and beoretary Seward. Later from Europe. I]ivEnRPOOL, Septembor 8, Noon, A quantity of Fenian i munitions of war has been seized in Liverp'ool. 1LOMENCE, Sept. 8, Noon.-It is ru i...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 12 September 1866

1TllE WING AGO,"# Tht nuta1r of * exquisite povin pIb. lisied belov 0 teuerally uiu yn .Ii . If i, nano has ot.cd or ietixt Y, but we re. Itoenier I hat LoI. i's Ilse cditor of sotm hilIce Ias HI 'I y a st'.t oa* . oxplosioi I'li tho AiP'pji rivr. Poor fellow,' h( Ivti th --viswa md 1 1 illy divine whateve ji name inay !t ,to han 11 oi earth: Oh !- a wondeIl *:I W irCMi is the river of Time As it runs through the realm of tears, With a faultleiss rythi, and a musical rhyme And a broaler sweep, and a surge sublimo And blonds with thie oooan of years I Hlow the winters are drifting liko flakes ol And the summers like buds betwoon, And the ears in the sheaf-so they come ani they go, On the river's breast, with its ebb and flow, As it glides in the shadow and sleon I There's a magleal Isle in the river of Timo, Where the softest of airs are playing; There's a cloudless sky, and a troploal Clin( And the Juncs with the roses arostaying. And the namo of this Isle is Tong Ago; And we bury o...

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