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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 18 January 1882

merrt in another cetamn. - * ?;The a union services in the Baptist church were so well attended on Snnday night that a good many people bad toreturn home?uot being able to get < seats. . t<v- mnsiV. ^VMiuv II ... in which there is no noise, and induce brass bands to do their practicing on it he will realize a car load of lucre. Joe 3icCorkIe, the negro who was in jail for choking his brother to death, i< at liberty, having been discharged upongivinga bond of five hundred dollars to appear at the next term of the Circuit Court. ?Saturday was the first ^clear day we have had for nearly two weeks, in consequence of which a considerable : number of people came io town from the country. The merchants did a ?t>od business. - ~ V ?T1 y Motiareb Guano, sold, by E.J. j r if.eCarley & Co;, is recommended highly by all who have used it. * ?The weather for tlie past ten. days 0 has generally been denominated as - rough throughout the State aud coun try. -'The sort we have had in...

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. — 18 January 1882

I TOWN AND COUNT! WEJMvESDAY, January 18, : : : 188 ? Terms of The News and Heral: -Tri-weekly edilion, four dollars p anmiM, in advance; weekly editio > r two dollars and fifty cents peranum in advance. Liberal discount to ciui of five and upwards. * Kates of Advertising.?One doll) pcriuch for the first insertion, at ? fifty cents per ir.ch for each subseq iei f insertion. These rates apply to all a< -vertisements, of whatever nato re, ar are payable strictly in advance. Coi t* tracts for three, six or twelve montl ^.inade on very liberal Jfiiws. Tra] ?ient local notices, fifteen cents p< line for the first insertion and seve and one-half cent* per line for eac J subsequent insertion. Obituaries an tributes of respect charged as adve: tisements. Simpie announcemeuvs. * j marriages nnd deaths published free ( charge, and solicited, f*. A.11 communications, of whatsoeve nature, should be addressed to tfc Winnsboro Publishing Company Ha?- Wmnsboro, S. C. Kew Advertisement*. A...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 18 January 1882

PBHBarS^rothe New Society, says : "To PP^Pthasecrefc of success in small fruit :ulture in a brief formula, I should say F that it is contained in two words? stimulation, restriction. [ By stimulation I mean a deep, thor Sizu3 or.yio'Kon cnil ? This is especially essential to the strawberry, the foreign ra- pLeny, and all the currants. A rampant growing raspberry, like the Cuthbert or Turner, and our vigorous blackberries, do not pC require stimulation, but they do restriction. You cannot make the ground too deep, too rich, for the strawberry if there is adequate restriction. By restriction I mean the development of fruit rather than wood or vines. Set out a strawberry plant in very deep, rich, moist soil, and its first tendency is to follow the great law of nature and propagate itself, but to the degree that it makes plants it cannot maie fruit. Cut off every runner and enormous frui ? ? y ? t rri j duos are aeveiopeu. xiie tsap is usuuiucu np as a miller restricts a stream, and * t...

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. — 25 January 1882

WEEKLY EDITION. " WIXNSBOEO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1848. THE BLACK ROBE. BY AVILKIE COLLIXS. ?ACTHOB OF? 9 THE WOHA2* Ef WHrrZ," " THE M003 STOJTE," " AFTEE DAEK," "XO XAME," f MAX AND WIFE," " THE LAW AKP H TEE LADY," " THE NEW MAG^ DALES," ETC., ETC. CHAPTER IV. There was not a sound in the room. Ko^avne stood looking at the priest. "Did you hear what I said?" Father Benwell asked. "Yes." "Bo you understand that I really mean what I said ?" He made no reply?he waited, like a man expecting to bear more. Father Ben well was alive to the vast importance at such a moment of not shrinking from the responsibility which he had assumed. "I see how I distress you," he said; k. "but for your sake I QJlw you have married is the wife of another man t Don't ask me how I know it?I do know it. You shall have positive proof as soon as you have recovered. Come! rest a little in the easy-chair." He took Bomayne's arm and led him to the chair, and made him drink some win...

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. — 25 January 1882

' eW??tt*^*bE?a**neeE*paBPB*BE *aE**eiwa THE NEWS AND HERALD. WETSSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, January 25, : : : 1882. ; 7Z. M-JiAXS DAVIS, Editor. S. BEYSOLDS. Associate Editor. Senators Hampton and Butler emphatically deny that any estrangement1 exists between them, and the latter ?]>eaks /some emphatic words about independents. ? Guiteau is not hanged yet; but his enemies say he will be ere long. The case has not yet got to the jury, but 3. . . j... A. _ j may ao so 9v me enu ui wie w wk. " Mr. Tildes is coming to the front again as a Precedential candidate. His friends say lie would have carried, last year, every State that Hancock did, and would have pocketed New York to boot. Of this we are not sure. Still Le mav be the man for '84. The Greenville Seics suggests the following ticket: For governor, J. C. Sheppard, of Edgefield; Lieutenantirovernor, J. J. Hemphill, of Chester; Secretary of State,'D. F. Bradley, of Pickens; Comptroller-General, J. ~\Y. Gray, of Green vilie; Treasur...

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. — 25 January 1882

*'<- - . ? ^ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. or ... . 7RS2. WED5ESUAS, January ~~~ \ * - ~~ r Terms of TheXews axd TIeeald. -Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annitUy in advance; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cents per annum, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs oi* five and upwards. Kates ok Advertising.?One dollai per inch for the first insertion, aiid f fifty ccnts per inch for each subseq ient insertion. These rates apply to ail ad vertisements, of whatever nature, and are payable strictly in advance. Contracts for three, six or twelve months wade on very liberal terms. Transient local notices, fifteen cents per line for the first insertion and seven aud one-half cents per line for each J .-ubsequent insertion. Ubituanes ana tributes of respect charged as adverfc lisements. Simple announcements oi r marriage? and deaths published free oi *harge, and solicited. m r AH communications, of whatsoever H Hfe mature, should be addressed to the Wmisboro Publishing Company - Wftkrisbo...

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. — 25 January 1882

w mn 1 f urn?K???m? SUICIDE AMONG ANIMALS. How Scat ol the Dumb Creature# Kill i Then??elves. "Mauy animals," fays an observing ; writer. " will commit snicide to relieve j - - , ? themselves from great pain. Snakes : will lacerate themselves when suffering ; from intense heat. I ba^e observed ! spiders do the same, biting at their le:s j and available parts with suicidal intent. ;! Place a ricg of fire around a scorpion, i and it will invariably destroy itself rather than sn O'er the torture of heat, and I hive often seen ants tear their own leg(> ai d try to destroy themselves j when exposed to deadly heat. Dogs i have been noticed from various causes to make desperate attempts to drown themselves. holding their heads underwater until the desired release was obtained. A case came under my notice of a dog, that was verv much at ' - ? 11 ; tacneu to its master, rei using an iuuu > after the master's death, and actually | starving i self to death, being found weeks afterwards l...

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. — 1 February 1882

WEEKLY EDHTdN. WIXNSBOEO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1882. ESTABLISHED Df 1844. mrsrtck robe. BY WILKIE COIiLIXS. V- -' ?AUTHOB OF? k *THE WOMAN IN WHITE," "THE MOOS STONE," " A5TEB DABK," "NO NA31E," fcx *'MAN AND WIPE," " THE LAW AXI? IKS LADY," "THE SEW ilAGDALES," ETO., ETC. E-f ,-r WIXTERHELD'S DIAEY CONTINUED. Mrs. Eyrecourt paused, evidently expecting nie to offer an opinion of some sort. For the moment I was really unable to speak. Stella's mother never had a veiy high opinion of my abilities. She now appeared to consider me the cfmTvi/1 ocf. norcnr> in fKo nf Ii or nj^. quainfcance. "Axe you a little deaf, Wicterfield 7". 6he asked. "Not that I know of." > " Do you understand me ?' "Oh, yes." " Then why can't yon say something ? I want a man's opinion of our prospects. Good gracious, how you fidget! Put yourself in Eomayne's place and tell me this. If you had left Stella?" "I should never have left her, Mrs. Eyrecourt." "Be quiet. You don't know what you would have...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 1 February 1882

I II I I I I i I III III NIB III miii va^umum: THE MWS AM) HERALD, j | "WESNSBORO, S. C. j c WEDNESOAT. February 1, : : : 18S2. j j Jt. ATKAXS DAVIS, Epitor. j ^ jyo. S. BEYXOZ.DS, associate editor. j t TnK Senate has finished the second ( reading of the code. The members can ' 150AV apply for admission to the bar en J mas.se. | ( ?K3B o? | Fifty-two indictments have been < returned against Xcwburirh, the Ohio i o v. . defaulter, and he i> liabie to be sentenced to an aifjfreirate term of live ** i hundred and seventy-nine years in the ; penitentiary. lie was evidently a ; glatton. ?~~ ~ ? Some critics having declared that the '< use of the word "rare" in the senso of < *4underdone." is an Americanism, the \ Academy Las received letters from al! parts of the British Isles, except Scotland, declaring- that the word is a pari > of the vernacular. We can therefore! order "rare" beef-teak, w ith impunity ; from the gibes of British critics. Tiiomas 15. Joiinstox. of Sumte...

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. — 1 February 1882

BE & sp :** ?,r.vy*cjnc^xr^T: LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.' ! p ! WEDNESDAY, February 1, : : : 18S2. | [ Terms of The News and Herald. -Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per jnuvMf in advance; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cents per an nurn, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs oi five and upwards. 1?ates ok Advertising.?One dollai per inch for the first insertion, 8 ad I Lay cents per inch for each subseq ient insertion. These rates apply to ail ad vertiseroents, of whatever nature, and are payable strictly in advance. Contracts "for three, six or twelve months j made on very liberal terms. Tran- j eient local notices, fifteen cents per j lire for the flrst insertion and seven and one-half cents per line for each j x subsequent insertion. Obitua-ies and ! I tributes of respect charged as adver- ' tisements. Simple announcements 01. ^ D>arriages and deaths published free o: j charge, and solicited. fcfr A.11 communications, of whatsoever] Sr mature, should be addressed to the ...

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. — 1 February 1882

Sir ' FARM, GARDES ASD HOUSEHOLD, j _____ Care of Stock. Regularity in feeding and watering *5 * stock of all kinds is indispensable to economy and success. Animals tvoiry wVtAn f.VtA tim? na?is.p<5 at vrhifib theY should have been attended to. "At\ what hours do yon feed?" I or.ce asked a farmer who had a fine flock of fat; sheep nearly ready for the mirket. "Five in the* morning, ten, three in the afternoon and eight in the evening ; and I have not missed a meal at these hours one day this winter," he replied. And j x* his fine sheep showed thai; his attention j had been well rewarded.?Rural N&c ; Yorker. I " Feeding Corn Stalk*. A farmer says: "Farmers justly set a high value cn well-cured cornstalks, but some find a difficulty in getting ; their stock to eat them as cleanly as j they wish. I have overcome this diffi- j cultythis winter by sprinkling them j arifh hot hrinn. 1 withheld drv salt ! from the stock for a while, also husks, and made a brine by putting salt into ...

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. — 8 February 1882

WEEKLY EDITION. WIXNSBORO, S. O, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 8. 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1844. '% THE BLACK ROBE. ^ BY WILIvlE COLLINS. ?AUTHOB OF? Ah? 1- WOSIAN rs \7HITE," " TBCE MOOM fBr \ STONTJ," " AFTZK DA2E," "SO KAJIE." and vrjrz," '1 THE LAW AM> TUR LAOr," " TICS NEW MAG1>AJLKS, ETC., ETC. I AFTEil TrIE STORY. r nisrr.i'.F!ti.i>'s uiAisr ?.o5'Lti<?i>. lijth September.?No favorable answer I so far as the port oi London is concern j ed. Very little commerce with Mexico, j and bad harbor in that conntry when i yoxi do trade. Such is the report. *> 17ik September.?A Mexican brig has j been discovered at Liverpool, under orders for Vera Cruz. But the vessel is in debt, and 1 hs date of departure depends on expected remittances. In this k state of things I mar wait, -with my PS conscience at ease, to sail in comfort on U|l board my own schooner. ? 18* A to 20lh September.?I have settled k my affairs; I have taken leave of my friends (good Mr. Murthwaite included); I have wr...

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. — 8 February 1882

life;fmg. BgP" THE NEWS A XL) lIEiiAIJJ. wixxsaono, s. WEDXLSDATi February 8, : : : IS**:. . meass i>a vis. k.'-it.-;:. ./.V<7. S. 11lysoli>s. AmOCJ'TE KMTOK. j A hill has been introduced into Congress providing the -evt-rr?t penalties aguinst any candidate tor Congress , who "treats" either before or alter; election. This is a step in the direction of economy and retrenchment that wili be bitterly denounced as a piece i <;t unadulterated meanness and de-; pravity by the "boys."' Russia.*s disgraceful persecution of the Jews has evoked a mammoth mass meeting in London, at which such men as the Archbishop of Canterbury. Cardinal Manning and Canon Farrar ' were present, wliiie letters were rend 7 \ from Tennyson, Spurgeon and many other notables. It is gratifying to j learn thai the Czar has determined to become tolerant, and has given orders ; to revoke some of the most oppressive decrees airain?t the Hebrew race.i i llnssia chastised Turkev severe!v for, ?g-cA.'vT _ her ...

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. — 8 February 1882

LOCAL IXTELLJGFXCE. ii -r - ,a' i ? 1 - 1 ?'< > ! WED>ESIM1> ifOiu.il.) ... . M: - \ ! Tkkms ok TjikXews and i | -Tri-weekly edition, luiir dollar-; >xi i juui'i.i. in advance: weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cMits pesf,ti. in advance. ?/d>era! discount to cli: ol* live ;?nd u:>v.*:ird<. Kati'.s <?f A;a-?Owd<di::i : per inch i'or the tir-t i??? : ? Ion. : i;d : !? 1; ty < ' '!! jmt in-'i t':>r ear;; i<*nt h;<cr!?<>n. Th<-s?'vato-unniy *>i jl;;?! Vci"ti>CJl:PntS. ?0* wliyfCVCi* lJU.'i'.V. U.td | tor ihret-. or tv\?h c 1*1 <ii*Ijs V ! ??(}? <>:i very libon;? teius-. Ti.iii-: SMT,i notk-v.s, < ; i : - ? k ]? ;'/ 1V>r the f'i>t ins'.-rrioii unm ; F f! i;;l cc.'itc ]<!:? l' .i* S'u"u><.r(;uri?i :tr:?I r" trihuti'"' of jvs>>ve? < har^c<l ;iSh'M'Io < : l< :t: r:;ii:d published freoo: Hj y -V-: of -whatsoever shouM ??* utMrer-i i ii ;Vj -ro C\?::'::s:ii!y iC?iv A^verli'ii'iiiMUs. Read...

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. — 8 February 1882

pp THE WONDERS OF COBWEBS. p?~ . ! Jnterestice Sppcltncna of the Work of Spiders in a Naturalist'* Collection. Ev% _ ' . "See anything peculiar about this9" > TiQiitrolivf ccVo/3 r>f a Vaw Vn?"lr Tfi porter who had dropped into his sanctum j at High Bridge. The object he held j up was a block of earth about eight inches in length and four in width, resembling more than anything else the frozen earth lifted ont of a small flower pot, with the Tipper surface planted with growing mosses and small plants of various kinds. "In this block of earth," he continued, "there is a regular palace and the door is right under your nose." As he spoke he inserted a long pin into the ground among the moss and lifted up an oval door that exposed a large, deep well, lined with silk in a most gorgeous manner, and as a gleam of sunlight from the window caught the gossamer it seemed changed to molten silver, deepening in the interior to a golden yellow* and at every move scintillating with dazzling ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 15 February 1882

P WEEKLY EDITION. WIXNSBORO, S. C.. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1882. ESTABLISHED IN 1844. f| = Hermes Trismesistns. BY HESEV WADSWOBTH LONGFELLOW. AsSeleucus narrates, Hermes described the \ principles that rank as wholes in two myriads Jl of books; or, as we are informed by Manetho, Hfc he perfectly unfolded these principles in three myriads six thousand five hundred and twentymr fire volumes. * * * * * * Our ancestors dedicated the inventicns of their wisdom to this deity, inscribing all their own writings with the name of Hermes. ? ?lamblims. |PQpr vsriu tnrougn tgyprs Teaert pieces Flows the lordly X;le, b * From its backs the great stone faces Gaze with patient smile; StiH.'he pyramids imperious L 'Pierce the cloudless skies, % And the Sphinx stares with mysterious, ^ Solemn, stony eyes. Wt Bat where are the old Egyptian Demi-gods and kings ? Nothing left but an inscription Graven on stones and rings. Where are Helius and H^hoestns, Gods of eldest eld ? Where is Hermes Trismegistu...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 15 February 1882

1| -TEE NEWS AN Li IIYAIMI). j V.T,DX"SDAY, February ! ". : : : 1SS1. 7?. HR.lXg J) A Y IS, kt.ttok. . -vo. s. ItEYXOLl>S. Assoc:.?te e^rroR. | irreverwit (slitor 11:::'. I?ininc be i-:ir<lo !*iv>idenr. of il;e Sou.! ft?-- American it^pur>IIc-s. 1 i:t~ would irivr Iri?n :i wide field for diplomacy and P-hten up the pre?>ure on the United i>-. r<{E?ii>:.NT Arthur has iMennined put :i number of army officers on tjJiC retired li^t. It is to be hoped that ' he will :if>t follow hi> predece>>or>" <? wb ' ample in rctiriiiLT the ohi war hoisc. j GeneralOrd.* wlio voted for Hancock: while a number of .s;iperai:t:a;ed ufiicers wiio voted t!;e Kepublican tick- : f ct were retained op. tli^ !:-t. k. It is charged thai two Mormon nils-1 sionjiries arc at work i:i the neighbor- 1 hood of liliii'k*"* Station, in York county. If ^o t!iey -ijoiiUl be made to >ki-> in shoi't order by a vigilance comniii: tee. Their poly^snnous doctrines are 1 f a disg...

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. — 15 February 1882

. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. & ~ t?c. . . . tsxa. _ Tkkms ok The News and Herald. - j-| -Tri-weeklv edition, four dollars per .innnM, in advance; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cents per n nwnu. in advance. Liberal discount to club.<?f live and upwards. Rates ok Advertising.?One dollai I per inch for the first insertion, and! iiftv cents per inch for each subseo ient insertion. These rates apply to nil ad vfrtisements, of whatever nature, and :?re payable strictly in advance. Contracts for three, six or twelve monthmade on very liberal terms. Transient local notices, fifteen cents per line for the first insertion and seven and one-half cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Obitua-ies and tributes of respect charged as advertisements. Simple announcements 01 marriages and deaths published free 01 y *harge, and solicited, k 11 communications, of whatsoever p- Mature, should be addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Company Wmnsboro, S. C. J ?vr Adv<-rtiK?-mcxit?. ? ??...

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. — 15 February 1882

Ir for the fair sex. ThelKevival of Bnrano Lace. Among Flench laces one of the most beautiful anil, as all -well-dressed wo-: t 1 il. i JJ .V.I.U I peraaps ilit? uiubt ue&irauie t m for adorning purposes, is the point i D'Alenccn. This is a direct imitation of Burano point, and has probably^ never quite equaled the original, as j k rare specimens of the old lace prove, j * . Bnrano lace, once so sought i-fter and j celebrated, ceased to be made during the Australian occupation of Venice, j Mrs. Bury Palliser, in her "History of Lac tee,"lis us that in 1866 the natives of Bnrano appeared to retain no tradi- j tion of what was once their principal occupation. To-day, however, Burano i lace and Venice point made by Venetian workwomen in Burano, equaling the ancient fabric in fineness and finish, can.again be purchased, and it is to d:aw attention to the revival of the beautiful industry that the present article is written. This revival of the art after a cessation of nearly a centu...

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. — 22 February 1882

WEEKLY EDITION. WIXySBORO, S. ,C.. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1882. _ ESTABLISHED IN 1844. a ? _ ? .1 Coanuy Boy in Winter. r< The wind may blow the snow about, For all I care, says Jack, And I don't mind how a id it grow^ For then tie ice won't crack. ^ LOid folks may thiver all day long, J ^ But I shall never freeze; | x?Vhat csrcs a jolly boy like me j ? For winter days like these. * Far down the Ions enow-covered hills J j"* It is such fan to coast, I ^ BBfr So clear the road: the fastest sled ? There is in school I boast. St T^. The paint is pretty well worn off, . But then I take the lead; A dandy sled's a loiterer, And 1 go in for speed. _ oL ? vVhen I go homo at supper-time, kKi! but my cheeks are red! They bum and sting like anything; 01 I'm cross until I'm fed. Xou ought to see the biscuit go, ^ X am so hungry then: ^ "And old Aunt Tolly says that boys cc Eat twice as much as men. ? Vfi There's always something I can do p< To pass the time away; TO. The dark comes quick...

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