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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 3 April 1879

''ti1II;ELY EDITt(.)N. -1WINNSBU.1&O, S. C. fl'I14D.,Y, AP~IILL3.1879 NVOL.3 BEN HILL'S GREAT SPEECII. .- --- - . I Is SILINC1GES BLAIN1 ON TIM]! I'LOOR 01' T' S 1.NAT1. Exposing Radical Shams---The Cry of Revolution--The Soith Rostoring . Peace to the Union. In the Senato a few days ago a debato unexpectedly sprang up over the removal of Gorhain, sccro tary of the Senate, to make way for a Democrat. Blaine especially charged the Democrats with revolu tion. Senator Hill responded in a speech of great eloquence and force. After citing a circular issued py Gorhamn as secretary of the Repub lican Committee charging the Demo crats with a purpose to oust Hayes by revolution, Senator Hill den ied the charge and showed, moreover, that,the electoral con mission spe, cially provided that any measures of discovering the facts might be resorted to. The Senator contin ued : They had refused to look into the facts in the Electoral Coinission they had pronounced the ever mcim, orable decision...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 3 April 1879

TYE NEWS AND IERALD.. WINNS3BO1to, S. 0. IURSDAY, APRIL 3, : 1870. R. MF,AN8 DAVIS, EDITOK. JNQ. 8. REYNOLD8. AssOCIATE EDITOn. The Fight in Congress. The great parliamentary contest in Washington has begun. The Itepub licans chose Garfield as their chan pion, and ho made a powerful speech, arraigning the Democrats for their revolutionary measures and acts. Ilis speech was a harangue, but it was chock full of campaign buncombe and will be spread broad-cast by the Re publican National Committee. Messrs. Wood, McMahon and others answered for the Democrats; but they did not warm up to the subject. If they wish to succeed they must harangue and gesticulate about Radical fraud and Radical rascality as the 1Raflicals howl about Democratic revolutiont. It is absurd to inaugurate aggressive war fare and then spend all the time re plying to Radical attacks. It is a very grave question how the North is going to side in this contest. The Radical leaders are very adroit in mnaking the worse app...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 3 April 1879

. rO(AL ITEMS. TrKtVM0bAV, APRIL 3, : : 1870. TE:RMs or THE NEws AND IERALD. --Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annum in advance; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cents perannum, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs of five and upwards. RA'r1s op ADvETIsIN.-One dollar ii)er inch for the first insertion, e ad fifty cents per inch for each subseq lent insertion, These rates apply to a1l ad vertisenionts, of whatever natl ec, and Are payable strictly in advane e. Con tracts for three, six or twelve months made on very liberal terms. Train alont local notices, fifteen cents per' line for the first insertion and seven and one.half cents per line for each subsequent insertion, Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as adver tisements, Simple annoncements of marriages and deaths published free of icharge, and solicited, All connunications, of %vhatsoover tature,- should be addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Company, Winnsboro, b. C, Newt Advertleamente. Notice to Creditors...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 3 April 1879

THE .EWS AND HERALD. TiL WEER Y EDITION. .afIX.: NOTEB. A New Albany (Ind.) woman has been fined five dollars for eaves dropping.. There iq a Mohawk Indian girl in her teens, at Millpoint, Canada, who weighs 832 popnds. It ie said that the wife of Presi. dent Grevc:in ride a st.! plcha* e paint a landcscnpe, compose a poem and play the piano like an angel. A daughter of Levi Bartlett, of Boston' h0s wignified her wish to give $4G,OQO to endow a chair of mentaliphilosophy and met4physics in Darttnouth College. The Princess Mary of Germany, Prince Henry's bride, is one of the most higbly cultivated ladies in Europc She is a fine linouist, an artist, .and a npusicia, Mrs. Brown, who "knew it was something of that sort," added to her recent invitations "H. M. .S. P." Imagine the dismay of her sitters and her cousins aind her aunts. MissIT'annie Basevi is a young cousin of.Benjamin Disraeli (Lord Beaconsfielfd), who is greatly distin guishing herself in painting among the art students at...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 5 April 1879

TR -WEEKLY EDITION.} WINNSBO1&O, S. C. SAT UR )A Y, APRIL 5, 1879 I VOL. 3. NO. 28 " Al. M. . 'IN.1A'ORE.'P t A Sketch of the Opera Which Has A Created Such a Furore. The Pittsburg (Pa.) Leader gives a sketch of the opera under the above name, written by W. S. Gil bort, an English dramatist, and the music furnished by Arthur Sullivan, an English composer. First brought c out in this country in Boston, it at once became very popular there, and when taken to New York it was performed in half a dozen theatres 0 at the same time, while it is being sung by travelling operatic troupes , d all over the countiy. -To Leader ' says : The object of this comical. nauti cal operatic trifle, on a subject of such pondorositoe the queen's ii navec, is to show the hollowness of It official pretensions and the bombast t that bolsters up rank and station ; I and to laugh down ignorance andn stupidity in high' places. The deck s of the Pinafore becomes the battle- s ground of a comical engagement v...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 5 April 1879

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNSBOIO, S. C. SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1879. R. MREANS DA VIS, EDITOR. JNO. S. tEYNOLDB. ASSOCIATE EDITOn. PRESIDENT A. D. WVHITE, of Cornell University, has been appointed Minis ter to Germany. lie was a pet of Grant's and served on the notorious San Domingo Con111s1111sion. YEAns AcO Switzerland became a land of moral ideas and relined senti inent, and could no longer bear the spectacle of a human being dangling by his neck between heaven and earth. The death penalty was abolished. But crime increased to such an extent, and murderers manifested so little f1ear of the law, that the Swiss have been compelled to take a step back ward. A bill is now in course of en actment restoring capital punishment. Switzerland's act is commended to our Northern brethren, who, under their benignant, laws, ire raising an Immense crop ot burglars, wifb-poison ers and incendiaries. HATES is TEAIINU his vaunted civil service reform to tatters. His last achievement ila this line is the...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 5 April 1879

LOCAL ITEMS. stA'VJDAY.APR Ii, 5, : 1870. TEMS 1F Tin.,. NEws ANn lIEliALt. --'ri--weekly edition, four dollar.' per annu11(m, in advance; weekly edition, two dollars and Iift-y cents pernulmt, ini advance. Libenal discout1 to clui>s of live and llpwards. RATErs or At>wsrr1IS1xc..-One dollar per inch for the irst insert ion, 11 .d fifty cents per inch for each subsec ient insertion. These rates apply to s i1 ad vertisements, of whatever natu ie, and are payable strictly in advance. Con tracts for three, six or twelve months made on very liberal teins. ''ran s iclt local nlotices, tilteen cents per line for the first insertion and seven and one-half cents per line for each subsequentinsertion. Obituaries and fributes of respect charged as adver tiselnenlts. Siinle altn nouncem1eiet s of muarriages and deatIts published free of charge, and solicited. All comlmiunications. of whatsoever nature, should he addressed to the Winlnsboro Publishing Oomnpanly, Winnsboro, S. C. Ro1txlous...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 5 April 1879

i-- MI0 I.M IIE A1.). ow(1 do the ro-s 01 iv ? ' ),i their Invt% fall to:;ethcr. 'Thtown downnnd i:a ittered by the ;ky Or itigry welthlr' No, I Si tad titmder- 4troire . (!7rsweepnH their lo)y bow'"r; The I tilr11 th(t ti tr1 iie oine the oak t Rtefents al-ove the. flotwr. No ioleIce aIZ4's themrlt) griov'u', No writh Lath donc them wrfir, 'hitn with sad seerevt" they lea.. The hr;noh to wliih t hey chung. 'l'Iey yieI.t them. one by on.. To thet light bteem at i shower. To thesof de-w,c u!nah , bI ight stun, Time and the houi"r. L.ITTLE (il 'V i':IRA "'.1WY.E Il. Her Perilous Ride from the Wrocked Schooner. "She w:is a dninty, gleesome little thing, and every one who stow her had a heart full of s3mnpathy and love for her," .itl Captain Young, of the Coast. Wrecking Company, to a Now York reporter. 1H( was speaki"ng of Genevra Sawyer, the eighteen months old datughter of (aptain Sawyvver. who was saved on Wednesday from the wreck of thc schoone(r DI.avid Hf. T'olck, ne,a .Birnealt,...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 8 April 1879

Tl-EKYEIIN}WINNSBOIRO. S. C.TED1.,APRILA8, 1879 NVOL 3 O.2 JOE BLACKBUlN'S SPEECH, j --o --- nIOW lE RIl)Dlll) (.A RFIE'LD. AN) THE BADS. Hurling Back Defiance--Reading the Record--Free Ballots for North and South--"Ho Who Doubts is Damned." lIon. J. 5. C. Bl.tckburn. of Kan tucky, replied to Garfiid on Tiurs d.y, in a magnificent eflo.t. A brief resume is here given. He said: In the very nature of things the prolposed repeal could not be rovo, lutionary. Negautive legislati:mn Was never revolitio)n-ry. Allirmative legislation mig be, but not nega tive legislation. There was no one who would assert that previous to 1865 the Executive had held the power of which this bill proposed to deprive him. There was no pre rogative which the President hold that was not clearly defined and limited by law, but the C'nst,itution had made Congress, in express terms, the grand reservoir into ,vhich all the powers of implication flowed. This bill could not com prohend revolution, but it was said tha...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 8 April 1879

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNS1ORU, S. C. TU1SDAY. A'RIL8, 1 1879. X. aCA -S nA rIS, ED,tTOa. JNO. B. iR. YNOLDS. AssOCIATS Et,ITOtt. Legislative Precedents. Townsend, of Illinois, in an able argument in the louse last week, enumerated a number of instances in which the lower branch of Cong;ress had tacked political mnelasures onl ip propriationh bills. During Polk's ad ministration the declaration that "war existed by the act of Mexico" was passed only by tacking it to an ip propriation bill. Subsequent legish tioti In regard to the war was passed In the same manner. In tlie first Republican House, when Banks was Speaker, the majority tacked it pro vision to the supply bill forbidding the President to interfere in the Kansas elections. At this time, Joshua I. Giddings, the father of Republicanism, maintained for his party that the House was merely exercising its con stitutional prerogative in a legitmate manner. The present is at precisely analogous case, with the parties re versed. Co...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 8 April 1879

-'1'ri-wCeekly edition, titir dollars per ((1m, ill il('adlvanc; weekly (lition1, two (OllarS 1111 fit.y cents I(,-nn,1i., in advance. Liberal dliseoutt to cltubs of live and upwards. t.r1:s or A ,vI:Ir r Isis(,.-One dollar per inch for the IirsL insertioll, to ad fily cents per inch tior each subseq ent. Insertiot. These rates apply to a11 ld vert.isetlt1ts, o WIatever att411 1'e, an<l are payable stictly i in advanre. Con tracts for' three, six or twelve lnonllhs mnade onl very liberal termns. TIran sient. local notices, lilltecn cenits per line fior the first inse'rtion and seven and one-l ilf c'tiis per line fihr each subseittni insertion. Obitlaries and tributtes of respe(ct. charg ed as advler tisc IIentts. Simple amtilotnleeiinIlts of 1narriagcs and deaths published tree of charge, and solielled. All ('0ommtunietlions, of Whatsoever nattre, shoild he alldressed toI the Wi nnsboro P'ublilshing Compaur, Wiunsboro, S. U.2. Now Advertisotents. Sutmntts--\MC.'ants and I)ouglass...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 8 April 1879

'U1lE NEWS AND IERA LI). 'TI I Kl.Y EDI''IoN. . l Oi '1 lilE" IA.t Irt. Oiiver, on I e tring the verdict ii her cae,ii. we)t copiously and 9--id. "Iamin not dono with old Cair.erou yet," Ma.1d11ame 1liz-cth Pat t erso)n I,0onaparlte, the Iaged 'widow of 'rince Jeron:e Bonapar'o. died in Balt.im1ore on 1t" iday afternoon. Queen Victoria has lost a grnnd child. Prince W%aldemar, of Gernrny. the third member of l'er family that has died from diptheria. Rowell the pedestrian sailed for Liverpool last W'edi:esday. ta king with him the Champion's belt, lu ut $20,000, inc'luding his e nings in 1'hiliadelplhia and E"oston, and sun dry friendly gifts. Biennial soesions of State Legisia tures continue to grow in favor. In the New Yotc Assembly on Tuesday last the constitutional ilelidllent in favor of such setsions wits debtteo aid it wais 01 dei ed to a third read iug by a large vote. Taliage's trial isi costing about forty (101hs a d;.v, which expense hlis to be b1)o'no by the IPresbyic y o...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 10 April 1879

Titi-YEE L YEDIT I(o,N, ........WINNSIBORo, S.C. 'T'IIU 1RS1)A Y APIIIL 1U, 187; -:-L 3.N.-Q PATTERSON-BONAPARTE. TII.Z' D)8ItSN)AI.1) WI!0I 010 T'lil r1Va OF w'E o'oIoLIA. Closing Beenes of an Eventful Lifo Living to See U1er Wrongs Avenged on the Napoloon Dynaty.. -Alpo.st. a Centenarian. [bm the Philiadelphia 'Tilnes. Three-fourths of a century ago, when Jeftorson was President, and Napoleon Bonaparte First Consul of France, Willian Patterson was a loading merchant of Baltimore, and, next to Charlos Carroll of Carrollton, the riohest man in Maryland. His daughter Elizabeth, just eighteen, was the acknowledged belle of Balti more, a girl of striking grace and beauty and reimarkablo accomplish ments. In J803. Jerome Bonaparto arrived at New York in oommand of a French frigate and visited Balti more. As the brother of the famous Napoleon, ho was the lion of society. Here he met Miss Patterson and begun a flirtation, and when his watch-chain became entangled in Miss,Patterson's wealt...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 10 April 1879

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINTNSBORO, 8. 0. 2SZ788DAY, APAIL 10, : 1879. R. MRKAN$ DAVIS, EDITOR. JXO. S. REYNOLDS. AssO0IATZ EDITO. AN EIGHT-YEAR-OLD boy in Peters burg has been awarded ten thousand dollars damages for breaking his leg in a railroad turntable. Lucky dog. THE GREAT annual University boat: race in England was won on Satur day by Cambridge. The score now stands, eighteen for Oxford, seven teen for Cambridge, and one dead heat. THE GEORGIA railroads are at war and freights are nowhere. An effort is making to restore the combination recently broken on account of the cutting down of freights by one of the railroads. CONGRESSMAN RICHARDSON voted for Cox for Speaker because he thought it policy to elect a Northern man, and because Cox was more in accord with Southern ideas on the tariff and finan ces than Randall was. I I NOT LESS than one hundred and sixty fishermen from Cape Ann, Mas sachusetts, perished off George's fish lug banks in the recent storm. A subscription is propo...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 10 April 1879

faOCAL 1'EMS. TIIURtSDAY, A1'P]t 10, : I:.S70. 'i't:it S OF' 'T'i: Ni.:ws AN' 11I:.: L). -''ri-weekly edition, foir dollars per annum, in a(valce; weekly edition, two dollars and fii'ty ce'nts perunrnum, inl advance. Liberal discot,t to clubs of five ain upwards. R,ri.S or Aivi:Ir rIsIa<.-One dollar per inch lii>r the Iirst insertion, ad fifty cents per inch fI>r cact subseq ienit inlsertiont. These rates apply to all ad vertisentents, of whatever nato 1e. Uandl are payab le strictIy inl adlvancl'(e. Coil tracts for three, six or t.welv(e monthis mnade on1 very libera'l termsl. . Tnu'lli siit. loi'al 11utice'is, li1'teeni ce'nts per Iline Fiw the llirst inl-ertionl and1 sevent and onie-h:all' cen1ts per lin iifor 'ac h1 subseq1uenlt insertioni. Obit uaries and tribuels of ;(S1pect charg! ed(1 as adver (.isemen'tts. Sintp1(a allmouncemen('ts of' aiirriages and deaths published free of char;e, and solicited. All communlienlitions, of whatsoever n1a t'e, Shou aib he alressed t...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 10 April 1879

TI E NWS AND IIEPALD. ;valKiNLX( Il'.?lil-|.lt !'!U)31 1N. i. r The It u-iltik.blo Qualtitiis of the Newn [ |iv Mi .whanic< 3 . \. .' r111. 6. If. -itAnilton, of J.it eiili. Ill., hats disco;\c'id a.. pt1r":("ss foi ukiin 'hiad"-wood iullb( r out of countnoi wheit. i"traw. with all tlh cffec"ts of l)iish anl tinish wlih arc obtainible on thu Iurdrst of blncl wI'alnut" and mtilhogiuy:t;, at as litt(e cost as clear pine ltiiber Can11 be manlufactured for. Tbc process ot )inufacture as e':plined by Mr. Hamilton is s)~ folows : Ordinal, strav boi,I, s.uchc, is manniie:tu edl at any l)inpr mill, is u1sed for t1.h pi1r.)ose. As m:mny sheets are tacke ats areO required to ia;tke t be t hick - iess of limuber desired. These sheots are passud through a chemiicatl solution, which thoroughliy s,ftes lp the fiber aind c ompl)petely a til - ates it. The whole is thou passed through a sucoesriona of roller. dried itnd hardened during the passage, ats,wll as po i hed, and comes out of the other...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 12 April 1879

1I- WEEKLY EDL_1I(ON. hW.INNSIVRRO. S. C. S AT UR L)A Y. APRIL 12, 1879 VOL. 3. { iomu) the Loiu/ntt'lle Cutrier-Juur,nad. ) WI1IEX ?' wril ti liinittntelt arfler L'aring, for lite fist tI ant-, the song, -'You'll ''111i1k of '1 is araan Some 1)ay." 1 a I ht'stt ai it nltt ld so far r,o e, w1it 11 right .r: y eyt':ai ttnl l.txei Iair, Arnd llistt-tl whllnt willt iIagt"'"t t ongtue Iiik we".t.s ilmelothy shie suing : Yoiu II lilliIk of thls a~tt1." siit' stl,let i t'tr'lessl.y. h1lit the it'r woris (rl iit ie' 1 loved il ' i o) Situk titel p 'to ny tli'it, and witn .y litiad tl ili age l. beli(ig low. Si'et lut:luorit's iI lIly iet"st satill glow Whoin / ttilnk of t his again. 'YouI'll thlink of this again, s511n litay I" I ll tink of It its long as br<-:ttIt 1s wiIth fll', ititd I 'antil sa 11t1. witvhl' the t-y lattI of Iitlu11 Iat tii in iow, mg,l xlpirit'~ r-e.0 esehll iee,I im e t w m enw'x of ther I wihtii ,vt'1ars ha:t.(' Ihwn oln T'I'sra swift, wing, 'it 1 1"fallia''" wilt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 12 April 1879

THE NEW WAND HERkbD. WINNSBORO, S. C. SATURDAY, JPRIL 1V, : 1879. R. 11UAN8 DA VIN, EDITolt. JN0. S. BE YXOLDS. AssoclATE EI:ronI. SP,NATOR lIiL.r, made an amusing, but to him annoying, mistake the other day. In the course of a speech he said "Confederate" Senate instead of "United States Senate," and thus pro voked great laughter from the Radi cal side of the chamber. A HEAVY preliminary fight is taking place In Charleston over the trials in the Unitcd .States Court, of persons charged with political oflences. Gen eral Conner challenged the whole array ofjurymcn, on the ground that they were illegally drawn. All Wed nesdlay was consumed in argunjent.. Judge Bond has not yet rendered his decision. Excessive Assessments. We publish a communication to-day on the vexed question of assessments. We agree with "Farmer" that credit sales do not always give the actual value of property. But at. the stme time we doubt that the money afloi,t in this couint.y now amoun ts to twenty tive thousa...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 12 April 1879

iOCAL ITE\LS. SATURDAY, AP'ltIf. 12, t 1879. .'EuAlsJ OF T-'11 Niws AND IIF:1.1 ,. -Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annun, in advance; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cents pcra(nnu,m, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs of live andot lpwanrds. 1irrES )1' A)v I ttrislxt:.--One (llar per incl for the first, inse'tioll, o ad iflty celts per inch t'or each suhseO sent insertionl. 'T'hese rates apply to a1l ad vertiseinents, of vhtatevl' uat, re, and arec payable sl rid ly in adivan' e. Con tracts for three, six or t.wel'. a montsli nade oil very liberal te11m1s. Tain sient. local not.ices, lfteeni eents per line for. t(e first insertion andl seven and one-hal11 cents per Iline for each subl)s(ie1tnt insertion. Obituaries and tributes of' res)ect. ch1arged a1s adver Iisemtents. Situple anlnotulnents of 1nmrr'ialges and dettIhs published frc of clhar'ge, and solicited. All eomniunientions, of whatsoever nature, should be addressed to ti( Winnsboro Publishing Comnpny, \V'inns...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 12 April 1879

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