ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: News And Herald, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 6,524 items from News And Herald, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
6,524 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 27 January 1880

Tfil-WEEKLY EDITION. W INNSBORtO, S. C., JANUARY 27, 180.OLP1-.12 THE BBOOK. .1 como from the haunts of coot and fern, I make a sudden sally, And sparkle out among the fern, To bicker down a valley. I chatter, ohatter, as I flow To join the brimming river. For men may como and men may go, But I go on forever: I wind about, and in and out. With hero a blossom sailing, And here and there a lusty trout, And hero and there a grayling. And hero and there a foamy flake Upon me, as I travel, With many a silvery water break Above the golden gravel. And draw them all along, and flow To join the brimming riv r, For men may com and men may go, But I go on forever. I steal by lawns and grassy plots, I slide by haspl covers; I move the sweet forget-me-nots That grow fqr happy lovers. I slip, I slide, I glow, I glance Among my skimming swallows; I make tho netted sunbeam dance Agal -st my sandy shallows, I murmur under moon and stars; In blanbly wildernosses; I linger by my shingly bard; I inter ...

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. — 27 January 1880

:TH1E NEWS AND IERALD W.NNSJ0IJ), S. C. TUESDAY, January 97, 1 s s 180 N. AMA XAN D AV 14 HDInTOR. JNQ. S. IEYXOLD . AssOOIATS EDITOR. A1FTER AnOUT FIFEr1EN WEi:Ks eX pended in the llayden trial, the jury failed to agree 1nd4 were discharged Eleven were for acqiittal and one foi lmurder in the second degree. HAYES HAS WITItiAw1'N THE nomi" nation of Maijor Harry Ilammond foi census supervisor of this State, it Is s'inposed because of his Democratic prin iples. We hope our Senators will have a word to say about these appoinltiients. A Wti:sTEUN Coni.:S'ON)ENT wiites that red-haired mien can join tli( United States army with imnpuni-y. They are regarded by the Indians its the children of the Sun, and It is said that none have over been scalped by the red-skins. Cu ARi.-:STON Ii rn TAr TIHE recent railroad changes in the West will redound to her tenefit. Parties have for some ti1e been buying up the stock of the South Carolina Railroad, wlich frot being worthless is now bringing about ...

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. — 27 January 1880

TOWN AND COUNTY. TUESDAY, Jauuary- 27, : : i3$o. TEnMS OF Tlnt Nhws -AND tALD. --Tri-weekly edition, four doll'; per a9fntn, in advance; weekly edition, two dollars and filly cents perannum, in advance. Liberal discount to clubs of live and upwards. RATES OF ADvERIsINo.--One dollar per inch for the first Insertion, s ad fifty cents per Inch for each subseq ient insertion. These rates apply to all ad vertikements, of whlttever nuatureo, and are payable strlItly in advance. Con tracts for'three, six or twelve months Imade on very liberal terms. ''ran sient local notices, fifteen cents per line fbr 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 announcements oI marriages and deaUhs published free oI charge, and solicited. All 'communications, of whatsoever nature, should he addressed to the Winushoro Publishing Company' Winnsboro, S. C. New Advertlpomente. Drugs and Medicines...

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. — 27 January 1880

S0JENTIFIC. A New Varnish,--Some few years ago it was discovered in Natal, South Africa that knives used for cutting down plants belonging to the natural order Euphorblacee were protected from rusting by the gui which adhered to them. 'T'luis led to further experiments being made with a view of utilizing the gum as a preservative material. Iron plates were coated with It, and subjected to immersion in the waters of South Africa, which are stated to be proverbial for their foulness, and for the rapidity of the growth of vegetation. The euphorbia in Natal grows in close contiguity to the sea shore, so that there was ample opportunity for severe ly testing its value as a protecting cov ering for Iron against corrosion and marine growth. The experiments proving successful..it, was then sought to put the discovery into practical form. To this end the gum was dissolved in a preparation of spirits, and this was found to be a ready means of applying it as a coating for ships' bottoms, and f...

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. — 29 January 1880

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., JANUARY 29, 1880. VOL. IV.-NO.13. WINTER VERSES. Come, let's bury our Summer's dead. While our eyes with weeping are rod. Hero. whore droops the withering rose, Peace to the fly that tickled our nose. Under the earth, ton fathoms deep. Plant the mosquito who murdered sleep. Down, In a grave both deep an'l wide, Linen duster and straw hat hide, Stick a slab at foot and head; Writo: ""hero lies our Summer's dead." Bonnie Bessie. It was a spring day, sweet and bright, even amid the shadowy solitudes on th< highland hills, with the delicious woodland odors, and fitful gleams of sunshine, and the tender beauty of bursting bud and open ing flower. Though the day was drawing to a closc "Bonnie Bessie" still lingered by the high. laud spring, a brooding look of pain and regret, and half-formed resolve, in hot great dusky eyes. Every one called hei "Bonunie Bessie," from Lady Janet, of Dud. dlestone Castle, to Rob, the herd's lad, of Black Linn. The m...

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. — 29 January 1880

TII NEWS AND HERALD. WINNS.3ORO, S. C. TH UISDAY, January 2o, i 1 s 1880. R. MRAWYS AA r, RmToI. 'IA0. S. It E NOL!dr, ASOCIATII SUnToR. Ex-GoVfERNOIR GA RCELON, of Maine, is a brother-in-law of the Republican Congressman Frye. That is the only bad thing we know about hin. - ANTI-TIlFN DEMOCuATs IIEL A meeting In Albany recently, and re solved that they will bolt again if Sammy is nominated for President. The Tildenites laugh at the threat, but they have called a meeting of the State Democratic committee never theless. Ti SUi'r'l.3 COuwr hAS DIECIDED that the Supply Act is not a law. Chief Justice Willard delivers the opin ion of the Court, and Associate Justice Mciver concurs. Associate Justiee McGowan dissents and tiles a separate opinion, hol(ing that the levy of 4& mills is good. though the other quar ter-of-a-Imill is bad. MASSACIuSTrrs n1rUDIATIs THI third term. Such leading and influen tial Republicans as Presidents Secly, of Amherst, Capon, of Tufts, Chad bourinle, of Wi...

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. — 29 January 1880

.TOWN AND COUNTY. TIUIRSDAY, January o, : : :160. TIIns OF TiE NEws AND IIEALD. --Tri-weekly edition, four .dollars ji# annum, in advance; weekly editlt, two dollars and fifty cents petfa itttt, in advance. Liberal discount to .luby of live and upwards. RATES oF AI,vERITISINo.--One dollar per inch for the. first insertion, 0ii d fifty cents per Inch for each subseq sent insertion. These rates apply to aIl ad vertisenents, of-wittever nato e, and are payable strictly. in advance. Con tracts for three,' six or, twelve months rade on- very liberal terms. Tran. sient 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 tisowemits. Simple announcements of marriages and deaths published free or charge, and solicited. All communications, of whatsoever nature, should he addressed to the Winnshoro Publishing Company' Winnsboro, S. C. Vew Advertisements. . Law C...

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. — 29 January 1880

Gathering Lamp Dlask. About a year ago, in boring for oil at Murraysville, near Pittsburg, Pa., the boring tools tapped an extraordin ary vein of natural gas. The flow was estimated at about 50,000 cubic feet per hour. Recent measuioments show that instead of decreasing, the present flow is fully 10,000 feet per hour greater than the first estimate, while the pres sure at the mouth of the well is ninety pounds per square Inch. The appli ances for collecting the soot from the Murraysvillo gas are the following: Near the well Is erected a frame build ing, 800 by 175 feet, and into it the gas is led in four paral.el lengths of 250 feet each, of two-inch gas pipe. Along the sides of these are fitted short branches of one-eighth gas pipe, term inating in a slight upward curve and tipped wi'h ordinary gas burners of six foot per hour capacity. Above these burners, a' a distance of ten inches, are placed a series of cast iron plates, contiguous and forming a smooth surface whereon the carb...

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. — 31 January 1880

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNS-UORO, S. C., JANUARY 31, 1880. VOL. P1.-NO.14. THE LITTLE URAVE ON Ti E HILL. There's a spot on the hillside far away, Whore, in summer the grass grows green Where, bonoath a rustling elm tree's shade, A moss-covered stone is soon. 'Tis a quiet and unfroquonted spot, A solitude, lone and wild; Yct-somebod,)',i hopes aro buried there 'Tis the gravo of a littlo child. In winter, alas! that mossy stone is hid 'neath a shroud of snow, But around it, in spring tine.fresh and swoot, The daisies and violets grow; And o'er it the summer breezes blow, With a fragrance soft and mild, And the Autuuin'.i dead leave thickly strew That grave of a little child. And every year there's a rod-breast comes, When the month of May is niah, And build. her nest in this quiet spot, 'Mid the elm tree's brunohes, higl; While ber melody sweet, by the spot, sho trills, As if by the scone beguiled. Perhaps-who knows?-'tis an angel comes. To the grave of that little child. Yes, somebody...

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. — 31 January 1880

THENEWS ANIv HERALD. T U TDAY, Janusary 1 t, : 18 dt 11. MIA.NX A VIA, 11iT011. J4YO. n. R i YNOLI, AAMot4zA*'a Bttom. NKW YOrtK CIr ITAII TIERP. hi dred an evelty mlile'II of ew'ers, 011 yet coiplaints are Iale of lniport,c (hralnage. 'i(EtItI:N-r IIAr:s $AI Ili-: with drew the ninlahltion of afaj. I Iarr' a 1tlmnon<l aH cen8 Hup,ervi4or b>e eluM(1l he learn(ed that Major I lan motld had beven aurreHte<l f'or comiicit; inI the 1K11ientot riot.i CAIII. M;1(INI.:Yr wiurrr.:s nsrm "Wa1 iniigloii that Sevymoir Cn get il 11mbil l"ltn IIii+h wlll tatkO it., whil< (;rafat will tako it If he ei get. it. I N 80)'nltlir"n 1u thetiiblleant par-1) w ho aife rocnlct "nt li1.. T1iitx NonT'ii (;,tuu.IN,A <X;foi.:".r exo dlm, to linlaina IN at 4uml aflirh afi all. Only 1nhonl1. three hun11dnred votort Withi iheIr fihmilim; have reacrhed1 thebi te)-l.iiitlion, while th e Ititn laborer iher(' aie maikilt it hol. for their color (d brel1bren alrcu(dy. TiIM .I'lnY IN Till-: II A i l.:N ...

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. — 31 January 1880

TOWN AND COUNTY$ SATURDAY, January 31, : 1 1 1880. '.En3s OF T10 Nrws AND HERALD. -''ri-weekly edition, four dollarsper thnumn, in advance; weekly editiont two dollars and fifty cents penannuni in advance.:; Ilie didun't to clubs of five and 11p1)a jr s. RATts OF AvER'Trs'.- One dollat per ilch for the first insertion, o ad fifty Cents por inch for each subseq .ent insertion. * These rates.uwply to anl.ad vertiseetnts, of whatevel. inatue , anl ar1e payable strictly in advance. Con tracts for three, six or twelve months made oti very liberal terms. Tran slent local notices, fifteen cents per line for thh-fWiP Insertion and seven .and one-hilf?bflts per 1line for each subsequnt insertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as adver tisements. Simple announcements o marriages and deaths published free of charge, and solicited. All communications, of whatsoever taturo. should he addressed to the Vinnshoro Publishing Conpany" Winnsboro. S. C. . New Advertl,eneuts. Fresh Arrivis-...

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. — 31 January 1880

AGRICULTURE. .POIsONs IN 'FAnMEnS' IANI)s.-The great increase, during the past thirty years in the variety and number of in sects which destroy the farmer's crops has made it necessary, for piurposes of defdhce, to purchase and have upon the prelplses some very active poison ous agonts, mineral and vegetable. Among these may be named Paris green, for destroying the l>otato beetle; hellebore powtier, for the currant worms, rose bugs, et,c.; and strychnine, 1br crows, black-birds, etc., in corn fields. These comprise some of the most potent and deadly poisons known to science. By far the Itost dangerous is Paris green, because it has come into such general use that it is found in al most every farmhouse In the country. Now, it is a well-known' principle in human conduct that faumiliarity with danger engenders lid iference, care lesness, and negligence, and conse quently, however timid and cautious one may be in the first handling of dangerous implements or agents, in the course of ...

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. — 3 February 1880

,Tifl-WEEKLY EDTIN W I1NNS.BORRO, S. C., 1F.EBRtUAR .18.VL -O 5 EDITI aO araonn r _. AUTUMN. .In Autumn, soo tho faded leaves Sail slowly down upon tuo wind, Loariug, like Death when lie bereaves, 'Tt'o living germ of Hop bohind. "rTi Autumn, and the suit is dim., As if his liro wore uearly gone; Tile breeze intons a soot ling hymn, And all tho earth is still and Jono. 'Ti+ Autumn; over land and main A vol of azuro haze is thrown, As if the purest heaven again Had claimed onr planet as its own, And the blue vostments of the sky For garniture of glory given; For scarcely can the a raining ryo 'Toll which is earth or which is heaven. 'Only Joe. "Yes; if it is only Joe." said Caroline "he may comle in." A boy of flfteen or sixlen years of air shyly entered. ''te entranceway was the white dlro] aurtain of a white tent pitched oiI the greet mwn of Deersiheld. The interior, with charmimgly transparent wliteness of wial vail elrected by the noonday rays of the Au gust stun, contained three...

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 February 1880

1ILE NEW S AND HERALD. W1NNA.3i1l, . C. TUESD.tY, February 8, : t 1880 '1. U, fr>I,nsr. AS,WIA'R 1DITOR. * -neX $ETN D . A-.e -.. -. - o Mls. loscos CONKLINU AND Mrs Senator Sprag ue are giving miagniti, cint. elltortainmuents to each other in Washington, and the public are ex. pectewl to lot up on that little shot-gui episode of last summer. SINATOR BUT.ER rnorosEs TO IAvi Mij. Iiarry Hammond's nominat.ion sent back to the Senate, or to raise row about it. lie is right. In thesc census appointments Mr. Hayes should be kept straight. to the line. 'i'm, RADIcA.s HAD A 1'OW-WOW f Columbia last week and appointed chairmen for each county, but forbore to make the appointments public foi the present. We would like to knoiw who holds this thankless office Ii Fairfield. It will be neither profitablk nor pleasant to endeavor to exhum the stinking corpse of Radicalism ii: Fairfield. TilE I1EV. Mit. SIMMONs, OF GEORGIA who wished to score "a considerablk victory of no mean importance ovel ...

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 February 1880

TOWN AND COUNTY. TUESDAY, Fobruary 3, s : : 1880. 'EltMs op Tmt NEW s AND IIEItALD. --Tri-weekly editioin.,ifour dollars per annum in advanco; weekly edition, two dollars ind fifty.eents perannmum, in advance. Librial discount to clubs of five atnd-upw.ards. RATEs OF ApVntT,isINo.-One dollar IImr inch for the :flt'st Insertion, oaid fifty cents per inch for each subseq .tent insertion. These rates apply to ill ad votisenents, of whatever natu t"e, and are payable strictly in advance. Con tracts for three, six or twelve months made on very liberal terms. Tranl sient 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 announcements 01 marriages and deaths published free o! charge, and solicited. All communicati'ons, of whatsoever nature, should he addressed to the Winnshoro Publishing Companya Winnsboro, S. C. Now Advertisements. Estray C...

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 February 1880

AURIUUl/TUR1K. SMALL IIORsE.-Perhaps it wouli be better expressed and more to th point to say heavler horses are the ite of the times. Trottinsr horses, pacers runners, or any other gait, are all righi 11i their places, but the majority o horses are for labor and not for show: they are on duty as producers, and art valuable in proportion as they can dc ,vork; they are the motive power on tht farm, the highway, and in the larg towns and cities-as indispensable as bread and butter. Prices of large horses of all breeds that are compactly built and constructed on good rules of proportion, rule high and pay well for the - handling. "Plugs'' and scrub stock are cheap, and will be even less in price than heretofore, as all who employ teams are fast learning that a heavy, strong teamn costs no more to keep thani a light, poor one, but even less, and can do much more service. A farmer should have, anyway, one heavy, stroii team. .ile miay own a small, light span, but for plowing and general ...

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 February 1880

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., FEBRUARY 5, 1880. VOL. IV.-NO.16. THE RIVER OF LIFE. The more we livo, more brief appear Our hfo's sucoerding stages; A day to childhoodl seems a year, And years liko passing at;e. The gladsome o rent of our youth. Ero paseion yet disordors, Steals lingering like a river smooth Along its grassy borders. But as the careworn choek grows wan, And sorrow's shafts fly thicker, Ye stars, that mea-lsured life to inn, Why scom your courses quiokor? When joys havo lost ihoir bloom and breath, And life itslf is vapid. Why, as we nour the Falls of Death, Peel we its tide more rapid? It may be strange, yet who would obango Time's cour;-c to elower speoding, When one by one our frioudls are gone And left our bosom bleeding. Heaven gives our years of fading stren gth it,dennif) l g fleetness; And those of youth, a soeming length Proportioned to their sweetnesa. CATIHERINE. If you think the lovers 1 am going to tell about were a pink and white girl, with sweet...

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 February 1880

'H'IE NEWbt AND IIEIIAIh. WINNS.31te, S. C. 'k1b/;lh1t)Y, F,ebruary a, , i s iso. N. +v'ANv IA V IN, Drrm,." "' VOi. S. II lI'V r1,I., A9~4s)IATs EDIOR. 'iIF Som;'aI CAROLINA RADS Aic flhhting over the spoils. ihere are only about a dozen of the scaly-backs l(tt, and they want, to aqueeze Into about three flit ofllees. After Novem ber they will have frazzled out so that a small country post. oflice will hold then all without. crowding. wu1,11." TuIC TurIl(-TItuIE113 WIE claiming North Carolina solidly for 'Garnt, Sherman got the State con tnittee together and had all four dele gates at. large olected flom1 his follow etr. And by the tinte all the other Soiithernt post offices and eustom houses hold conventions it will be Iund that Sherman has bagged them ill. groat is civil service reform. Ttru SIuNAI. SI:nvtCE S'ATIoN ON the summit of Mount Washington, Now llampshire, Is at nico place to live in. On Sunday the thermome(.er fell from Inineoton degrees above zero to twenty-sevent -be...

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. — 5 February 1880

TOWN AND COUNTY. THURSD.1Y, February 5, : 1 t 1880.1 TuMs OF' TiE NI*a AND IliaAh-l. -Tn-weekly editioni four dollars f r?' annum, in adVd0v; 'w4ekly edition, two dollars and fifty belite perannum, In advance. Liberal.discount to: hlubs of flive and upwards.. RATEs OF AnvERTI8ING.-One dollar per Inch for the first insertion, ad ' fifty cents per inch for each subseq Aent insortion. These fates apply to nil ad vertiscineuts, of w litever natl i-e, and' are payable'strictly in advance. Con tractB for three, six or twelve months made' on very liberal terms. Tran sient local notices, fifteen cents per line for the first insertion and seven and one-half cents per - line for onch subsequent insertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as adver tisements. Simple annlouncenlIlts or marriages and deaths published fee or charge, and solicited. All conimunications, of whatsoever nature, should he addressed to the Winilaboro Publishing Company" Winnsboro. S. C. RAIL11OAD SCIED'LE. T'+o...

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. — 5 February 1880

FARM AND GARDEBN. Gnowzo PECAN N urs.--It Is certain ly to be regretted that ouar People can not more fully appreclate the pecan as a crop to be cultivated. Thousands upon thousands of well-arranged and carefully cultivated grov4's ought now to be coming on in all parts of the low er Mississippi valley ; yet., strange as it may seem, they are just about as few and far between as angels' visits. Why? I cannot tell, inless it is mere ly another case of the "prophet in his own country,'' the pecan being "only a wild tree,;' you know. Possibly we would all have English walnuts, would they grow with us as readily as does the pecan, and yet there isal ways ade mand for the fruit of the pecan, and It Is really more prolltable than that of the Engliblt walnut. We ought to put out pecan trees. Neglecting to do no uay be wronging ourselves, and It is un doubtedly wronging tho generation to come after us. h'lere can be no doubt of the fact that the man who leaves to his posterity a flourishlin...

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