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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 16 July 1886

I - 4 T f SOUTH PACIFIC SAVAGES. The War.' Trei Rite aad Social Habit or the South Sea Islander. Tho inhabitants of the South Pacifh coast islands are in many respecti strange humanbeings and not the les1 singular fact in connection with then is their manner and custom of life both in the domestic circle and when battling with other tribes. Some sis thousand miles from this city is the- Marshall group of islands tho inhabit- ants of which are conspicuous for theii warlike propensities great size and gigantic strength together with other trait of strongly original character and regarding which little or nothing is known in the civilized world. A few days ago the three-masted schooner John Hancock returned from a trading criii-e to the (Jilbe and Marshall groups and the master of the vessel. Captain William Chipman secured a valuable collection of curiosities in the shape of war-clubs spears boat-paddles shells etc. With Captain Cliip- ' man. :ii a passenger was ayoungman. S. K. (Ira ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 16 July 1886

5" wmrmmmrmt&uim r f- f -I- o Destitution in Stephens Co. Mr. Lanham presented a petition from the CommiBioners' Court of Stephens Couuty Texas for relief. Tt alleges that there is now and n.'is been for twelve mouths pre T vailing in that country an unpre v.eilented drought; that a large portion of the papulation are peo- ple in indigent circumstances and dependent entirely on the product of their farms for sustenance and tapport; that crops of all kind; arc a total failure; thatmanv of the I . . . . ' ...... i . end high hope were indulged that these I people are now destitute of food j crops would make things all right. Early! and thatgreaUlestitution will soon in the season the prospect was as good as Birova.il unless relief from 6onifl'wiiWhewifhed but at the time corn. T-.rt ; crw.rw.?.vciM?imwl n-lu.m. lore (hey ask Congress to take t uch action as will afford relief. How Lee Coitricd Death HOWLtClOliriea MCam Washington Letter m "" w-v. ---- - w-u ....- UVV r;t.n. Lee's ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 23 July 1886

? - BJ ! m -( fthSV The Taylor JAJO! A. LOWBT PUBIilflHK A W&tly Ktwiir-Dirtiid U Ut IUk: ttlier&l IdBoitionil aid other Interests of Taylor County Tsxia. i" " BBBBBItoBBBBBB&mmBmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmim mill i O am a News TSFFJ 4 4 J vi f ! e VOLUME 2. J. 8ttWAftTSS FOR FtlJUMTWRS t Window-Shades Mirrors Carpet-Paper etc etc. CROCKERY and GLASSWARE Bed-springs House Furnishing; Goods z WILL SELL YOU A NEW BEDSTEAD FOR TWO DOLLARS ! Coffins Caskets ami Undertaker's Goods always kept on liaitde J. W. RED North 2nd street west of Pine. GAME RON ij44i4l4i BUCK'S BKILLLiAT.ancI E AK L V BREAK P ASTTO V ES KITCHELL AND STDDSBAKER WAGONS & HACKS Oliver Chilled and John Deere Plows Cassady Sulky Plows5 Buckeye Self-Binders Mowers and Table Rakes &5tltfons Barb Wire Plain ami Galvan- ized Smooth Wire. AOIE If ARROWS DIS( HARROWS. (JlartRwari Queens wan and Uu' Kl!nil!in (ioo(l. Corner North 2nd and Tini' Streets. Abilene. Texa. k. s. lire n i:s. J. Hughes Red & Co. - ikai.i:...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 23 July 1886

K i - U TE TAYLOR COUM UPS. JAMES A. LOWBT. Publisher and Proprietor. ABILENE. - - - TEXAS THE CLAY CHERUB. Whnt ir. immnrtnl? Dreamers speak of love Outlivitip morlal breath nai eonifuerhifr late and circumstance and death: And wi.e men preach and poetB sing la rhyme. Of fajth and fame which years can not dis- prove. And hope which lauphs at time. And yet. the veriest triHea oft outlast All these and leave them in .the misty past. Proving how empty is their lioast above A silken shred a nutter or faded glove- He took a p!eee of porter's earth one day My friend remembered still And with ;m artist's ready era ft and skill. Fashioned tor in a little churut-facc. Alas!" I -aial. "Why make t.t br.ttle clay A thifiK' "f so much srace. Fo beautiful and Mvcet anI ila nty fair? Its lines will yield to tin' utTnciiur air Ther delicate ctirvinir. shield it as I may. And dry and crumble .-rain bj Kruin away The brows were bent as in a wondering dream. Half Joy ami half surprise: The gentie lid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 23 July 1886

I . f i t I - B THE TAYLOR COUM MS. JJLXES A. LOWUY Vml.lUhf r and Proprietor. ABILENE. - - - TEXAS Moat-Grange. Bt Mrs. Hknuv Wood. CHAPTER I. Co.vriM'Ea She said nothing. She only leaned s little forward and Charles threw his arms round her and strained her to him in all the fervency of a first affec- tion. "My darling! you are too good for me.' The report of the medical men was favorable. The bleeding had been stopped the .-hots extracted and there was tin appearance of danger. A little confinement; quiet and proper treat- ment they hoped would set all to rights again. No ne had thought about dinner. and an hour at leat after it ought to j have been served when Mr. Dalrymple I had dropped into a calm sleep anil j they were all gathered in the oak par lor a -ervant came in and said it was on the table. "Tl.eu 1 will be going" .-poke Mr. Cleveland "and wish you all a good appetite. Iudccd you will not go without some dinner" returned Mrs. Dal rymple. "lamina prettv state for dinner...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 23 July 1886

Ess- flW 9 ABILEVES DRY GOODS KINGS! The Peoples' Favorite The People's ChoiceTime Tried and found Reliable ! Grand Spring of '86 Announcement: We wish to call the special and close attention of the trade to the inevitable fact that we are now better prepared than ever to Mipply your many wants with choice and stylish goods at prices th;tdei'v competition! 0 3 J i 1 J 9 a Y? 3 3 J 3 Our immense and mqsl carefully selected stock consisting of Dress Goods Silks Satins Summer Silks Satteens in all the Fashionable Colors Ginghams Seersuckers Lawns &c all styles and shades. ax &GC VVfcV .i -J 2 ..' ! i -X ; .i j -? VI t&C a t3 " ' Ci AND 5 "J The largest and most complete ever before offered to trade in this part of the country. $-. the Notions in great variety. ijLlLJl iLJjJi Flfl JT rrftf Jf oca: ask txCP O Untrimmed Hats in every shape and color. Trimmed hats in the latest and most attractive stvle... Xiglit Dresses Collet Cow-rs Skirts. ('Iiemist-s Pantalets. HATS TRIWKS ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 23 July 1886

Tf-i. "-"Z?- ncii mr J t DIRECTORY COLUMN. Church Directory. Mktuodiht EnncdrAX. 8oitii . Rev. J Ally- J tier pastor. Preachlnjr every Sunday at ll :wi a daynigb.1. Sunday School t:30. m. m.t ana i :;vin. ra. i-raycr mwunxiiu; amu.c- sunaay scftool at :su . m. .- - i pi i " A Baptist. Eev. G. W. Smith PMtur. PrrtrK- injr erfcry Sunday at 11:00 . m.. and 7:30 p. m wJiayhu'a! : SSS'SS&n artr nraTer meetinir WMnetdiT following We fourth Sunday In each month. Ladle' Aid So- ciety meet every Friday evening at 4 o'clock. EncorAi. Ctiurrli of the Jleavenly. Heat. . Service on the first and third Sand-jn by ttev ABILENE -At. T. Turner. uaatnr. Lav flervScm on tilt Mfond and fourth Jundaya. Sunday School ev ivftcnooi ev- .1 and fourth day school at en- Sundav at U:00 a. m CiiitmTiAN Services l-Vert wfon Lord's day at the courthouse. Monday 3:00 p. iu. PREeuTTKHiAN- itcv. l. It. thahey pator. PrayVTnTS;; Sunday School at H.ai a. th All are inriten 1 M. E. Cm licit (coloredj' SvffiSa .andT...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 23 July 1886

s lv W 1TS? THE CORN CROP. Its Cultlratloa a KMterer or Exhausts Wh'ut Irvds. Com is a crop that we can much bet- ter afford to grow and to export than wheat for it is not a robber of that scarcest mineral fertilizer phosphate" ol lime a is the case with wheat. With- out doubt the expense of restoring ex- hausted wheat lands is one reason why English farmers have been gradually reducing their wheat product and de- voting their land to crops which wili not impose this necessity. When we feel as the English farmers have done the expense of restoring our wheal lands some other erop will be substi- tuted and it is quite as likely to be corn as anything else. Where corn fails on long cultivatec ground it is more apt to be because tin mechanical condition of the .-oil Is b:n rather than from lack of plant food. Fertility of one kind corn doc- need. It is a great devmrer of available nitro- gen or ammonia lint this in -oil- con- taining much egetable matter i- rapid- lv developed during -u...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 23 July 1886

uph Y k A t 9. HUMAN SENSITIVENESS. The Vant DUTereace BtwwB a Health anil Morbid Feeliur of Thl Kind. The sensitive plant that shrirvks from the' touch is rightly regarded as occupying a high place in the vegetable world. When its delicate leaves are seen drooping from contact with the linger we might fancy it gifted with a sort of consciousness by which it can not only feel and perhaps suffer but also visibly attempt to withdraw from suffering. It is an interesting object to notice whatever may be our specu- lation in regard to it and we naturally haw strong interest in a plant sc curiously endowed. Some men and women in our most civilized communities .seem to be Aery much akin to this little shrub. Their one distinguishing characteristic is fcen-itivetie-.s. They are easily hurt ea-ily irritated easily offended. They translate every touch however inno- cent r even friendly into an intent tc trouble or annoy them: they are con- stantly fancying slights suspecting in-nlt4. imaginin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 23 July 1886

noManvcmrBrmwr ww wii in ''mnmim TEXAS STATE NEWS. Gleaned From Oar Exchrvnp-a Tiio heaviest rain for twelve months fell at Iredell lust week. IreaRnrrr Lubbock has an- nounced himself as a candidate for re-election. Two highwaymen robbed a hack Irivernear San Antonio last week. The Galveston sewer company has been chariored. The Howie Lumber cotni)any of TYxarkana has been chartered. The capitol contractors are pay- ing out 14.S.". per day for labor and material. Lijrhtninjr set lire to a pasture; in Johnson couutv recintly. and destroyed fifty acres ot rass. .Seven prifioin-rs were senti'nred to the penitentiaiy at Fort Worth durinjr the last term of ditiirt court. Lessees of schocd lauds are .slow in paying up for the second year's leases and are bctriujr for more time. The obi settlers pic-nic at Sher- man will he held on August 11th. The city council of Palis is con-j-itleriiijr tlie projoiiion to issue 'iM.()(rt) city water bonds for the purpose of buildincj a city hall. Work ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 30 July 1886

- I s & '' M& f . Taylor News rmr J1KII A. LOWfiT P0BU8HES J A Wftkly Hewipiptr DToted id the SUck-nitlmg AgricmlUnd -Miianl IdaMtioa&l md other Interests cf Taylor Coaatj Texas. TERMS. $1.50 PER TEAR. "VOLUME 2. ABILENE. TAYLOK COUiSTLY TEXAS FBLDAY JULY 30 im.. DUMBER 20 W?- &mx8bf.rTTT THE 9VHKBS Vy V Ull 1 wmmmdm-.mL . v . n t I T: J. W. RE l. 8EADllARTf 8S FOR tttiUttTttftE I Window-Shades Mirrors Carpet-Paper etc. etc. CROCKERY and GLASSWARE Hcl-spriiix Mattresses and House Filf nishing Croods generally. WILL SELL TOD A NEW BEDSTEAD FOR TWO DOLLARS ! Coffins Caskets and Undertaker's G-oods always kept on hand. J. W. RED North 2nd street west of Pine. a aiaMAll .. It'ovsHioaiat (Wrrds. UAMtKUN & PHILLIPS 'JAXJ41: BUCK'S BRILLIAXT. EABLV BREAKFAST STOVES MITCHELL AND STODEfiAKER WAGONS & HACKS Oliver Chilled and John Deere Plows Cassaily Sulky Plows Buckeye Self-Binders Mowers and Table Rakes Glicltftosi's Barh Wire Plain and Galvsin- iKetl Smooth Wire. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 30 July 1886

4 THE TAYLOR CM MS. JJLHES A. IiOWBY Pmblliher ud Proprietor. ABILENE. - - - TEXAS A YEAR AGO. Aycnraxo I held In mine her hand. And fe!t the pulse quicken and dlsolvc "While o er her face a light from Heaven's own land Seemed all the mystery of death to solve. She raised her -weary eyes to ralno and sinned Slghol as a llower o'er -which storm-cloud lcnd .-. When lonr the promised unshine is denied. And cold and heavy rains from Heaven de- scend. She tried to fpeak. I knelt beside her led. That one last wish she mh-'ht to tne impart. A whisper came and then the spirit lied. Like -omc sweet thouKht lonz prisoned in the heart. A jrarapo. I twined the lilies white Ahutlir shroud and with the collin's lace. For she had loved them: nil the lomr. hmjr night They pre. their waxen lips upon her face. 1 bear the funeral bell toll -ad and lotur My heart reverberate- toitay the -ound And then there came u prajer" a pause a sour. And llower s next were heaped ujon a wound. I turned aside and bo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 30 July 1886

:t.4 jG3i.V- I ie ism coum ns. JlXES X. LOWBY Fablliber and Proprietor. ABD.EXE. TEXAS Moat-Ctrange. Bt Hits. Hexky "Wood. CHAPTER II. CONTINCED. "No hope of his life?" "None. A day or two-must termi- nate it." Mr. Cleveland was inexpressibly shocked. He could not at first speak. Xiiis is very sudden gentlemen." "Not particularly o. You knew thnt erysipelas had come on." Yes. I knew that" answered Mr. Cleveland. There has been little hope since. Anil what there was has gone-now. We have done all in our power but it ha.- mastered us. Will you break it to Mr. Dairy m pic?" "Ye-." he an.-wcred. quitting them. " II is u hard task; but some boiiy niu-t do it." !! went -t might to Mr. Dalrvmplc's 1 bed-room and remained with him .-ome time. Charles who had been dis- patched to the town n :i malter of Ini-iin- . did not ret home till evening lleal-ouent there. Hi- mother l'-ft tiie chamber a- he went in. .She had her handkerchief to her face: Charles suppo-cd -he w:t-afraid of the draught....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 30 July 1886

- v t -- i "K - i! 9 ABILENE' DRY GOODS KINGS! The Peoples9 Favorite The People's Choice Time Tried and found Reliable ! Grand Spring of '86 Announcement : We wish to call the special and close attention of the trade to the inevitable fact that we are now better prepared than ever to supply your many wants with clmicr and stylish goods fit prices ftiat dfy coNVpctitiwm.- Our'immense and most carefully selected stock consisting of -.-t J 3 a V a J J i i 1 J a k A vi- 'H jfe. Dress Goods Silk Satins Summer Silks Satteens in all the Fashionable Colors Ginghams Seersuckers Lawns c. all styles and shades. aadSbcfc ii VSvVV '( it -J iS'j .4 i ts! . x" ft. "5 ti 2 J -J . The largest and most complete ever before offered to the trade in this part of th country. Notions in great variety. car itfcco 'BrATTrBM frBBT?MP JSHsad m?mms& :i n SsQJkDaJ Untrimmed Hats in every shape and color. Trimmed hate in the latest and most attractive styles. Xight Dresses Corset Covers Skirts Cliemises Pant...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 30 July 1886

1 v T " 1 jw 7. ! DffiECTOBY COLPMH. llnvoDtfti EriftrAX.SoOT.faevJA Hy- OctMMW. JMMMHCrrQIoa7H ;."" a.; m47:. 7fijw awetint-pTeryTburB-&f wight. SnBday School at : a. m. Birnirr. er. O. W. 8aita .lax erenr Saaday t 11 :00 . m. Prfch- Wwiaeada? Bhrhta at 7:S0. Dintta Oontairrioe . ErincoPAL. CharcHor toe Heavenly Beat Service on the irafand third Sumlaya by Key. M. T. Turner paator. Lay. on the socond and fourth Sundays. Sunday School tv- ry Sunday at 9:00 a. m. OnamTiAX. Service every second ana Krarui Lord's day at tlm courthouse i. sui Sunday School at 3:00 p. m. feirtkSnay in & iwrntaTEadl' Ail So- j cirtr aaceta emy rrlUay evening at 4 o'clock . i PwuniTTtKiAx. itev. l. b. Uaney pastor. Peyton Turner L D. resi- de every Sunday at ll n. m. and7:ip. m . nl.ralnion AhilonA Tatar. krrlnm trirvSnndav Prayer mectfnjr every Wednesday nijjht at 8:30 Sunday School at 9:: W a. m. All are InUtrd. JI'ImSJS- i at 11:00 a. rii. aad7:30p. m. Sunday School at j a:00P-m- 1 Lodge Directo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 30 July 1886

- -JSa-'"' riir. . rrwyrv izt ?- m SELF-DEVOURING CANNIBALS. T rron Who An Addicted to the Per- nicious HaMt of XaU-Bltln-r. " Few habits are more disgusting than biting the finger-nails" said a well-known doctor "jet there are few more common. The habit is not only slovenly but downright vulgar. The nails which are kept trimmed with the teeth are in themselves an indication of shiftlessness. They arc always cropped clear down to the quick and the finger- tips present a spongy shapeless ap- pearance that is enough to spoil one's appetite and make the nail-biter an ob- ject of contempt forever. T " But unsightly as are nails so mu- tilated and unpleasant as are the thoughts to which thev give . rise in those of cleanly and careful personal habits then are infinitely more dis- gusting features in the practice. " The person who bites his or her finger-nails is nothing less than a self- devouring cannibal. Have the school-misses that smell of bread-and-butter ami are so prone to this ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 30 July 1886

Srt lfehsJ g " OLD MOUNT ETNA. Dettrnctlon Wrought by Tarlotu Erup- tloiu of ThU Treacherous Volcano. The celebrated volcano of Mount Etna is once more in a state of eruption. Ever since a record has been made and kept of Etna its great disturbances have been preceded by earthquakes loud explosions are heard rifts finally open in the sides of the famous mount- ain then smoke sand ashes and scoria; are discharged cinders are thrown out and accumulate around in a conical form and at last lava rises through the cone often breaking down one side of it where there is the least resistance. and llowing over the surrounding. country. There have been some scventy-nini' recorded eruptions the most of these of a harmless character. A few only have been violent. The most noted of these eruptions occurred at widelj" .ep- arate periods but their effects will not . be forgotten while man inhabits the earth. In the year 1109 an eruption took place which overwhelmed Ca- tania when lo.CriM) inhabitan...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 30 July 1886

xri If- C3 Krsvar-aiw r - ) -V J 7 T y sN ? UtiicruI. Southern Out look. lx-moreet'a Monthly All the prospects in the now South are hopeful. Not only are; luuiHlfnctories thriving but the po-' litirnl sit nation has improved. . . . I he temperance agitation has taken holtl of the confidence ofthe; beat men in both parties and the . appeals 10 me mora nense 15 iiwi- injr like a tonic in cleansinjj the political svstem of maftv of ita foal Va. i a .. humors. Of course the Southern people will never lose their mono)- olv of the crrovrth of cotton. Nowhere else on this round globe of oium can be found so larjjc 11 region well adapted to the growth of this 'tiocrulent fibre' The cotton plant demands a rich soil and a humid continuously hot temperature. These conditions ran be found in perfection only in tfiorea normal bdiooia are ucmg neiu 1 at Palest me unit Urunge. the southern fiUUn. The railroad. . Knbhl Vtoranger. of Houston habe- as well ad the river systems of the signed his charg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 6 August 1886

." J : v The Taylor Nes JlMEg A. LOWET PUBLISHER A WmMj Ktwipftpr-Dwtri U U tUik-niiilf Agriltltmnl Miml MMUml ui tUisr IaUretii of Taylor Cmtj Tsx&b. T 18 $1.60 m YIAI. ABILENE TAYLOR CX)ITNJY. TEXAS FKIDAY AUGUST G 1886. "VOLUME 2. s NUMBER 21 Jl County -4 $ f J. W. R E l. 8IA08UARTER8 FOR FORMtTORE t Window-Shades Mirrors Carpet-Paper etc. etc. DttOCKERY and GLASSWARE Bed-priiigs Mattresses and House Furnishing Goods generally. WILL SELL YOD A NEW BEDSTEAD FOR TWO DOLLARS ! Coffins Caskets and Undertaker's Goods always kept on hand J. W. RED Month 2nd street west of Pine. CAMERON & PHILLIPS BUCK'S BKILLIAKT. and EARLY BREAKFAST STOES MTCKELL AND STDDEBAKER WAGONS & HACKS Oliver drilled mid John Deere Pious Cassady Sulky Plows Buckeye Self-Binders Mowers and Table Rakes GKddon'.s Bar3 YTir Plain and Galvan- ized Smooth Wire AU.1IE HARROWS DISC HARROWS (Unaware (uoi'iiMvaiv. and House Fill niKhinir (imm1j. Corner Xnrlli 2nd and I Mm- Streets. Abilene-. Texas. V. S. IIt(...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 6 August 1886

rmzp "tTM- t THE TAYLOR- COUNTY MS. -""' " JJLXES A..LOTRT. Publisher ad Proprietor. ABILENE. - - - TEXAS ONE DAY IN THE COUNTRY. When I wnlce in my jjarret it niorn for a moment i iinl: rorjret. Anl think I am backaainin the heart of tho t'rasrrown Ion; For n caye-bird 1 mnirlnfr across the my "twixt the bo.M of niijrnonette Shall I eYer turret that Jay or the kind hearta that gave it tq me? And again fn the heat of the noon. I nm fain to flose iti eves. And across the housetops high and the weary unen'iititf srnm. Comes a irind of the dawn to me and the blue of the h'n iijr sk!es. And the niifh of tin. Mckta at work oh! faint and far-off a a dream. Th whir of the busv machined turns fnto the hum of tho bees And the Itirnt creep1 over tho corn and tha wheat neldf jrolden and fair. "Whore the low roofed fnrmhoiiee nestles down in the arms of the lioweriiifr tree. Ami the breath of the fni-rmut tlowcrs aries to liod l.kc a pmjer. It wa only mine for a day. 1 have neither Jot nor part...

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