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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 4 October 1879

V F ~/ '~j~ be __ __ I m b' ~*Mf' m~~avNm~. _____ ---..-....- -. TRPWEEKLY EDITION. WLNNS HO 110, ~ IX )BER 4, 1879. VOL. JIKL-~-NO.) 1O" IF W4, KNEW. IT we illnoW wh'oul'aIlkin thoughtless Tor,>ug, the crowded, dusty way, Tihat somo pearl of wondrous whitenoie Close bQ , our piethw~alyI Wel woi 0ef ioadt atn 1 We w Liz I look Irountd, ILpst ourq Orlp 0fooould trsmplo Somno raro jewelI In the ground. If we -kiionv What fordis are fainting For, ti sha1d '1ich, yo 4hld ping -If iio kne6* whA da-olioig For the water we should bring W'would hadto' With 6i ger fo~lstops, Wo would work with willing hands, Bearhig cooling oups of weto, Planting rows of shading palms.' - If wokngw what foot wbro weary, limbidg4 up tliq hilqf jin By the world cast out gs evil, Poor, repeotd "vagdalonQ W no more would dare to scorn them WAth our Pharisalo pridq. Wrapping close our robes around us Pasing on the other sido, If wo know when friends around us Olosely press tojsay "Good-byo," Which-among the li...

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. — 4 October 1879

THE NEW8 AND HERAID. WINNSDORO. s. C. S.ATURDAY, 'ter 4, : s i 187, . W ANS D AVIS, EzvITO. $a. 5. R EYNoL DS. ASWoAT TR E itro. EX-LIEU'rENANT Governor ilansier, Of unsavory memory, is a,. ardenit ad .obat of Afayor.Sale. . -, RES (GohstoN DENNE'rr's Arctic Exploring Expedition in the Jeannette hs been heard n'om. On' the 26th of August It Was 1topping iI i{}Iehrings Straita, propuratory to pushing onl. tre Its vqy prospect of an open WAite, Furty dogs had been taken 9 board fqr drawing. sledges. The -iveather at that time was mild, the thermometer not being below 85 de grees even at night. TrE EECTION In Ohio takes placo on the 14th Instant. Political prophets say that Foster will beat Ewing, but. that the Demodruts will carry the Legisla(urc, and flect a United Slates Senlator to succeed Thurin. The Democrats make the mistake of claim - ing that they will carry ltepublican States, and thelr failure to (o so is accepted as a Domocratie defeat, whtent in reality It Is not. Ohio hai...

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. — 4 October 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. SATURDAY, October 4, : a : j1O1. TERmms oF TIlE N .wg AND JIM"IRALD. -Tri-wvcokly edition, four dollaf-s per M0um, in advance; weekly .cdition, two dolltrs.alid fifty cents perannum, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs of live and.upwards. Rrims or ADVEITSING.-On. dollar per inch for the first insertion, o aid ifty cents per ieli for eachsti ubseq aent inserion. These rates apply to tll ad vertisements, of whatever ntti, re0, and are payable strictly il tidvance. Con tracts fo' three, sixor twelve mttoiths made on very 111ral terms. Trni sient local n1otices, fifteen cents per litne for the first insertion and seven and one-halt' eents per line for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries tllad trilbutes of respect charged as adver tisements. Simplo antnounceients 01 marriages antd deaths published free ox charge, and solicited. All commntiications, of wlatsoever nature, should be addressed to the Whishoro Publishing Compatny, Winnsboro, S. C. Rur.RoAn SCIomuIErxa.-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. — 4 October 1879

Early Englush cattle. 'he story of the coiiquest and holding o( land by the deecendents of Bos Urns is c that of the first chapters of the history Euglaid' for the Celtic oxi poor longi. ions, was driven, with his master, to des .ert reglon4 beyond the reach of the irresist .ible English. There is an eple grandeur in the story. of these herds, evem of the, tWmc species ; but the wild creatures; roaming in the great fotests,'pndove' the . plaits, fas cinate our'faney, ' likb the horseq of the Ukraine, or the taineless North American bison, nevter domesticated by man, and which are too surely, as Aloxandre 1mias described them Ia one of his daring sihliles, "vanishing in the mist." That los Ijrus hnself existed in historic times-in the East and in Southern Europe, but not in Brjton,-whereisltorio times begin so much lqter-is not so pleasent'to think of except that the men were probably as wild as the beasts, at a period when, as Mr. Storpr in. forms us, "Mount H1omus, the Carpathians,...

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. — 7 October 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., OCTOER 7, 1879. V 11.-NO. 107. THE WHIP-POOR-WILL When apple-branches, flushed with bloom, Load June's warm evenings with perfume, And balmier grows each perfect day, And filds are sweet with new mown-hay, shon, minstrel lone, I hear thy note, Up from the pasturo-thickets float Whip-poor-will I Thino are the hours to love endeared, And summoned by thy acoonta weird, What wild regrets-what tender pain, Ilocalls my youthful dreams again, As floating uown the shadowy years, That old refrain fond memory hears Whip-poor-will I The garish day inspires thee not; But bid in some deep-shadod grot, Thou like a sad reoluso dost wait The silver hours inviolate, When every harsher sound is flown, And groves and glens are thine alone, Whip-poor-willI Then, when the ra;. t. voluptuous night Pants in the young moon's tender light, And woods, and olifts, and shimmering streams, Are splendid in her argent beams How thrIlls the lover's heart to hear Thy loud stacc...

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. — 7 October 1879

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINNSDORO, 8. 0. 'XUXSDAY, Octobor 7, ' f 18'19, iR. MrMANS YPA 173 o tion. 8-N&. H. REYXOLDS. ANSoUATH EDITOR. TiHE ARTI(LE, "Manners In Merry England," gives somei useful h04its as -to the p1onunciatiol of lridish proper WnEN GnANT reached San Frnicis 00 lie had never seen a teclphone, nlevel' heard a phonograph and never witniessed Pinafore. This is a good illustratIon of how rapidly the world moves nowadays. TuE UITE INIIANS have risen in arms, and at last accoutt; they liad killed Major 'I'hornburg and peind up about two hundred Federal sol diors in a very disadvantacgous locali ty. All the troops in Wyoming Ter Aitory were hastening to the front, with very doubtful prospects of reaching the beleaguered men in time to saveb them. A general wat is threatened. THu 01f) Legislature passed what wits intended to be a bomb-proof law against the use of iloney inl elections; und the Denocrats tend1ily hoped that the 1epublican game had been scotch ed. lint wher...

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. — 7 October 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. TUSDAY, Ootobor 7, : TiElMsOV TII.:NEI.S ANDI I.:nAJ.D. -Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annum, ill Idvanice; weekly edition, two dollars11 and fifty cets peranllum, in advatice. Libertal discouit to clubs - of five aind upwards. RWrEs Or Ai:iurISING .-Onie dollar pr inch For the fihst hisertion. i ad Ifty cent's per inch for each suhsenl eIt inusertiol. These rttes apply to -I11 i Verti sem ents, of what ever 11at,1 jv, an~d nyeiVb pvable stri'tfly in advatce. (.on tracts'for iree, six or tweh i tioliths Itiale oil very liberal timm11s. Tran. sient local notices, fifitee cents per lne for the first inisertioln and seveni anld onie-h1alf cents per linIe f'o' each subsequentinsertion. Obituaries ald tributes of respect chargedi as adver tisemuents. Simple anllnouncemients or marriages and deaths published free of charge, aind solicited. All coinmunications, of whatsoever na..ure, should he addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Company, Winnsboro, S. C. RALRAuD S...

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. — 7 October 1879

A TI'oory of Perfumes Dr. Fabris, of France, who Is eminent both as a botanist and a physiologist,, was preparing an exhaustive work on "The Function of Perfume in Flowers," when a brilliant Idea flashed across his brain. lie was at the moment engaged upon a chapter treating of the effect wich different per fumes produce upon hutian beings, as illt trated by the well known facts that the smell of sauer-kraut causes the Frenchman to thirst for German blood, and that the smell of the Venetian canals at low tide awakes lit (4he visiting tourist a wild desire to fly anywhere, any where out of the world. The thought occurred to the learned Doctor: Are not all our impulses (1ue to the influ ence of perfumes, and is it inot, possihlO to make the human nose the grcat instrument ef education ? This thought led to the long series of careful experiments which finally enabled him to formulate rules for the pro duction of female character at will. It. is a curious fact that Dr. Fabris found earl...

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. — 9 October 1879

RIEDITION. WINNSBOlO, S. C., OCTOB.ER 9, 1879. VOL. II.-NO. 108. THE OU UF ULAY. There was a house of clay, Wheroin the inmato sat all day, Morry an-1 poor; For Hopo sat with her, heart to heart, Fond and krn., Vowing he nevor would depart Till all at once he changed his Mind: "Sweetheart, good by I" lie skipped away -l And shut the door. But Love came past, and looking in, With smilo that pierced like sunbeam thin Through wall, roof, floor, )Stood in the midst of that poor room, Grand and fair, 3Makinj a glory out of gloom Till at the window mocokod grim Care; Lovoe sighed: "All lose, and nothing win?" lie shut the door. Then o'or the oloso-barred house of clay Kind clematis and woodbino gay Crept more and more; And boes hummed morrily outside, Loud and strong, The inner silentness to bide, The patient silence all day long; Till evening touched with finger gray The bolted door. ost like the next stops passing by Will be the Angel's, whose calm eye Marks rich, marks poor; Who, feari...

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. — 9 October 1879

TIE NEWS AND HERAL. WINNSJOR O. S. C. THURSDAY, October 0. 18', Ar. S.X I)..J II, EiTOR. SJO. . R 'X NOL DS. AmsocIATH EDlIT0Rl. T1iliC DI:TITu Free li'.vs savs lat. Cotyiayo's :lnne 11111st no li'r be prolouniced Catclwyo, but Caiglit Iloii. SCut-:S-r, the Noith Carolina 1010b murI Ider-der, has beven adjutdged insane. Thus Iis another scouidrel chleated. thle gallows. EERYin wl-:A-:K OrS So sonC paper pub. Ishes ail interview with .mil . .l. Til dlen], inl which the old manl is malide to say all sorts of (reiadfl tlings, an1d just its re'iularly U'ncle S,1inmy111 re hemlenly) denlies thatlt he ever. saw I he reporter or idt ever ttered aly sich senitimlents at. any tiime to anybodyi. Saitiimy is payiig dil 1,61 his whistle. A lHissiAN lover, enra1iged with the girl whlo jilted htiml, connitited sulielde, by lying ovei a burning candle and sl10w bir'nin g his backbon e il Iw(). IIe detailed his experieclie inl this novel Imiode of, tortlre, inl thur. dil-ieniti laniua'res. Whiat a ...

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. — 9 October 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. THURSDAY, October 9. : : : 1879. Tj;lnms ovTillNiEws AND HERA.un -Tri-weekly edition, flur dollai per an tn, it advtiance; weekly edition, two dollars anld fifty cents peru(nnlul(m, it advance. Liberil discount to clubs of five and lipwIrds. RXrEs op An I.:irrisItm.-Ote dollar per inch for the first, iisertion, v.1id ti't y cents.pjin'chiue for eaIch subsib .seint insertion.' Thean rates atpply to Ill md vertlisonIIt's, or' whatverna1 re, anld are payable strictly in advaice. (!on tracts for three, six or twelve itmonthus made oil very liberal terms. Tran sielt local notices, (Ifteen celts per lIe for the fIrst insCrtoil and sevei and onie-hatlf cents per li ne for ean cl subsequent inlsertion. Obituaies an tributes of' respect, charged ats adver tiseiments. Simple aimiontiicemitenits of marII-11ges aind death1;Is published free or charge, an11d solicited. All communications, of whatsoever iature, Should he addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Company, Winnsboro, S...

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. — 9 October 1879

SCIENTIFIC. A lhit to Suflerers from Neuralia. Several evenings since I was attacked with a severe dental neuralgia. After resorting to friction, cold and lhot ip plications, &c., without obtaining any relief, I lay upon 1113'bed trusting that sleep might coie aul give me respite. Still the excruciating pain continued, and while I was Ruff'ring the "tortures of the doubly dained,'' undecided whether to arouse some tired druggist for a bottle of chloroform or chop my head off (witi a decided preference, however, for the chloroform), I slid denly bethought ie of what I had read of an aMnAstletie W 0hih we always car ry with us. Thercipoin I began to in date my lungs to their utmost capacity, and then forcibly blew out all the air I could. inimediately the pain began to lessen, and after a few repetitions of tile process It had enttirely ceased, be Ing displaced by a delightful tickling sensation in the gums, and further more I kaow not, for in less time than it takes to tell it I ...

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. — 11 October 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSB1llO, S. C . , ((0 IER 11, 1879. THE WORKMAN TO HI WIFE. Como. Mary, throw your work aside, And lot your troubles bo; Leavo caro aud toll and smoke awhilo And spend an hour with me. We'd sook the cowslip on the bank, The primrose in the lane, And happy sights and sounds afar Shall make us young again. It's long, mji love, since you and I Ilave board th j blaokbird sing. Or caught, by running bzooks and woods, The glory of the Spring. It's long sinco you and I have trod The paths whore hawthorns blow, Thon Mary, fling your work aside, Anti lot your troubles go. The troes shall bond to woloomo us; The flowers shall clasp our f(ot; The very boos shall hymn our praise, In murmurs soft and sweet. The winds a all swell, with ready voice, The chorus high and loud), And we'll forget the world, my wife, And all its busy crowd. A thousand things await us, love Blue skies and balm air. Groen ilds, whose very sight shall make The heart forget its care. Then never sigh,...

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. — 11 October 1879

THlE NEWS AND IIElALD. W IN Ng ORtj, S. U. 'SATUkuDAY, OctoIer i, : : 1a, J No. N. r V'AISL D , .we.,cItrr Korroni. 'fTin Ver~a a ie ~ o soilie IIxcitcleiI, nii1l 11Ii. prly is threatenel with a spli. lI ju-t iec to Jtenlfroc it nfillust e said tha. lis de feice is lh1t up t) t le dttloption of' Oh .preselt clst iuttlioll, wt accepaneo of' initeret on public IIonmey s was not an ollelice, anId tIhat since Ilat tim Ile has taken none. Tlhose opposed to hiln (10 not seem to coneede this, how ever, if their specehes are ani index. Wh'lile Renlfroo es;capews impeachment, the vote leverthele's stood t.wei v to -B Velteeni 8 wing tiht i a lare iaIftjor'y I % of tle Senate believed lii nIa guilty. Up) to (he preseni t; ii me le has beei Con Sidered a model otlicial. ''lis move in the direction of purifyilig Ilie gov ernm11ent will bear. good.. frulits ill G,,eorgia, and milay have a benieticial eOll'et in other States. Inl. Nr.:w "Yonx' //erald calls ndien lion io ile absni an(d, in lSoinc...

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. — 11 October 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. ATURDIY, October 11, : : : 1870. TEiMS OF Tut NEWS AND IURALD, --Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annum, in advance; weekly edition, two dollu8 aund il'y cents p(rannum inl aIdvice. LibeliLI discouit to clubs of flive 1111d upwirds. lviTs oF AWvaTrzsi w'.--One dollar per ich for tie II rst mscrtion , al (Ifly centts pwr inch for eachi sIbse lent inscrl on. These rates apply to -ill ad vertiseinCtt, of whlatever nait al ce, 11n(d are layable strictly ill advnilce. Conl Irats for threO, six or twelv 10oths . 1made1 onl vy liberal terlis. Trani sient local notievs, fiftein cents per line for the Ilrst isertion 1111d seven and one-hl( f ets per in1 for eachI subsequentinsertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect char11ged als adver tiseieits. Simpe 1111t11Iounceients or imariages aind deaths piblished free or chtr.re, andl( solicited. All cominnations, of whiatsoever linture, should be addressed to the Wihimshitsoro Publishinlg Company, Winnsboro, S. C. Ru. um) Sci...

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. — 11 October 1879

Married ills Own Sister. Iears ago a family consisting of father, dather and two ghildren lived in a small .,Iwn in Western Olki0., The J1hcad of the faniily, Mr. Lawton, was a lawyer, and speculator, and had been a merchant. lie had grown rich for those days-and was noted for his keen business sagacity and his honest and kindly heart. Ills wife laid been a delicato an(l pretty girl when no nimarrled her, and after het second child was born her health broke down and she became a confirmed invalid. ''lie coi ple had tvo children, a boy named Michael who was thet 'baby" and was about flive years old, and a girl named Mabel. Mabel was a pretty clAild, and her parents ptt(ed .ier and dressed her in a style that made her the envy of all mothers in the neighbor. Iood. One day Mabel went into her mother's room and told her she wanted to go and play with some other little girls who lived on the next street. Mrs. Lawton gave her consent, but told her to be sure to come honie to dinner. . Mab...

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. — 14 October 1879

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., OCTOBER 14, 1879. VOL. II[.-NO. 110. EVERY YEAR. The spring has loss of brightness Every year; And the snow a ghastlior whiteness, Every year; Nor do summer flowc re quicken, Nor autumn fruitago thicken, As they onco did, for they sioken Every year. It in growing darker, colder, Every year; As the heart and soul grow o'der, Every year; I care not now for dancing, Or for eyes with passion glancing, Lovo is loss and loss entrancing Every year; Of the loves and soirows blended, Every year; Of the charms of freidship ended Every year; Of the ties that still might b:nd me, Until Time to Dr ath resign me, My inIrmit~es remind me, Every year. Ah I how sad to look before up, Every year; While the cloud grows. darker o'er us, Every year; When we see the blossoms faded, That to bloom we might have aided, And immortal garlands braided Every year, To the past go more dead faces, Every year, As the loved leave vacant places, Every year; Everywhere the sa-l e...

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. — 14 October 1879

1F NEWS AND HIERALD. WINNSO1o, 8. C. TUESDAY, October 14, 1879, it. M PAYS 7). T TS, EiTon. JNO. S. It E NOLDS. AssoCIATH EDITOn. ' .1)IFi-'::INT cliiiiualts for the iniveltion of tIhe telephonie have liad a free light inl tle courts4 and ENia Gray is the wililer. lie gets ia Ibyal ty of tone dollar111 ol each ills i'l illet, an1(d alrlllv there are orders Fir clue nillion inlstruinelnts. This is a saiug little suim to begin with. Cox . 1111d le-cherli' nitd spee ch es tit Ihe litepublicanl ratificntion inlet.. ing in Brooklvi a fewr ewvelnilngS ato. .llad Governor Sprague anuld Theodlore Tilton beent onl halui there nih l-cv been at real old "ae, inerey Iild peace"l mleeting'. The l'hiladeilphia imes says: "Coktling auid 'ireli-r waved the blooy shirt toge)'!her at it Cornlell-Tatunnuiry R1epublicanl Ineet. ing in llrooklyn on Wednesday eve hning. The bond of sypilnahy be tween tihe two imieni who uire brou ht-lit Such slhinille to Church and StIte inl oir coIilntry very niatui ral...

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. — 14 October 1879

TOWN AND COUNTY. TUESDAY, October 14, : a 1870. TEIMS oF TPill Nuws A)1ND III.,t>. --Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per (121nnu1, 1in 'advaneC; weekly edition, two dollars aid fifty Cents pe)r(I n1um, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs of five and upwiards. R A'ras oF Av ERIsiN o.-On0 llar per inch for the first ilsertionl, 11,1(d iftly cents per Inch for each sibscq lent inset ilon. These rates apply to a il ad Vertisemits, of 'whatever nal ce, ad are p ayible striotly inl adviaice. Con f rais for. three, six or welve illonthis rIunde on very liberal te ius. T'lrim sienti local nlotices, fifteen cenis per line for thle fist insertion anod seven an1d one-hall'1 cents per linle For eachl subsequent.isrtion. Obituaries and tribtes of' respect. chargIed as adver Cisements. Simple unnouncements or Iar11ria"'es 11ad (leath published mr o charge and-olicited. Al llcotlliltiols, of whatsoever 1lflintur, shonld he addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing CompanyN Winnsboro, S. C. RAIl....

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. — 14 October 1879

I Io A Model PoIeman. A sick woman wats walking along a street up town a weck ago when a burly fellow ran up and took her pocket-book from her. She grabbed him by the collar and cried help and thief, when he turned around and knocked Xor down with a terrible blow in the face. A policeman stepped up and said: "My friend, don't you know It Is very wrong' to act In so unmanly a manner. Are you not aware of the fact that imai should always yield to the Inflnence of the gentler sex, and never be guilty of such an act as that which you have just com mitted ?" " What are you giving me? " grunted the thief sullenly. "God a(vice; there, that lady is almos. insensible, and you are the cause of it. You should go imnediately and apologize to her, give her back her pocket-book and be a dif ferent kind of man." The thief glared upon him like an infu riated demon, when he continued: 4Have you studied etiquette much?" 'No, I hain't." Well, that's against you. If you had studied etiquette and were f...

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