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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 25 February 1874

Speci I and Local. Alriftge Or transient busincss notices in the local department are inserted at the rate of ftteen cents per line-liberal contracts MAde for three, six or twelve months. tf. Tm NoTici.-Exemator's or Adminis rator wishing notices inserted in the Hnu a.D naua be prepared to pay for the same before insertion. Attorneys sending in sueb notices on behalf of their clients will be he!d responsible, and will bc expected to pay when called on. Thu wHi also be held responsible for the ublication of ail notices in Bankrupt cases. Translent advertisements of any kind must be paid for in advance, if the parties adver tisig d wot reside in town. Jobwork and subscriptions strictly cash. Al papers shall be stopped hereafter as soon as the term of subscription expires, Un l&0 matisfactory arrangements are made to contwnnethe same. The X mark denotesexpiration-after that I the paper is discontinued. l@rhasthinags in mind. 3-tf, Imisl To Nzw AjVaanzZWXTs. John C. Dial Hardware &a...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 25 February 1874

th -re W1 b3 FEBRUARY- cil NJT Jj T' f %! en 1 2 31 4 '51 G, 71 du 8 9 10 11119 13 141 5 l'14 6 17 1 198-It" -0' 2223. 24 25 - .26 -27 -28a p1 THE PRIZE SONG. al The prize offered by the National Grange th of Patdus of Husbandry for a song adapted ou to the use of that Order, was awarded to Mrs. -Tueer,'for the following, which has been P set tomi.sic: P1 Tis ours to guard a sacred trust, 4( Wo'shape a heaven-born plan; The ndhbe purpose wise and just, To aid our fellow man. P Srom Maine to California's slope, Resounds the reaper's song: ito build the nation's hope, ' siy the~giant Wrong. it Too,long have Avarice and Greed With coffers runing o'er, In Brapght sorrow, and distress, and need, To labor's humble door; From Maine to California's slope, G Resounds-the reaper's song: "WP come, to build the nation's hope, To slay the .-ant Wrong." A royal road to place and power, it HAVe rank and title been; We betakl the au-4picious hour, gi When honest Worth may win; yto:n Maine to Califo...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 March 1874

~~ 4I4. ~ 'IIii,)Pvoted to 1*Ateriiae, M1\11aiy New, Agricultu iot. , Vo* .WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 4,984 N~9 THE HERALD 11 P'UBLI5isillD 01YAD MORININO, Newberry,.. 11, lui oly in Advaner. 2~/ The I ,led at tle expiraltion of tha l'or v1aV1e1' pa . 77 k itel teexp,iratiou or sub scriptio A PLA F01t 'I'lE F10019 fIll-: Ntl i wIN i>' Si.:lM ON. BY NICHOLAS AL.WA D KNOx. I'm the biting North wind. I whistle and shout fHound the peaks of tall icebergs. I take my route O'er frozen t-eas, to that part of the sphere Wvhealo mortal cal live the year round with out Wear Of bel onu. alive, by any bretth at high .9 .h-Vough Cr "rtin his Thaw pair oilo e, where Columbus landed, While seeking Cathay, and half-way was stranded. .le wasn't the first, for the .Northimen were there; Seeking the scal, the walrus, and bear. I comel seek for shielter-who can every mortal For I carry grim death 1o many a portal, To the poor,. cold and hunger-the rich, glowing fires, On the J13stie of which the tuint...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 March 1874

The Tax-Payers' Memorial. '4Ike &nate and Iouse of Repre sentatices of the Congress of the United AWates : The memorial of the tax-payers and other citizens of South Carolina re speatfu4y showeth: That,upn.the reconstruction of the State Government, sad the admission of Senators and Represestatives into the Congrerm of the United States, it was douledw intnded- by Congress, as it was expected by -them, that they would become partakers of the rights enjoyed by citizens of the United States and of other State Governments. The history of the country teaches that taxation without representation is tyranny; our revolutionary fathers combined to resist such tyranny; and we feel assured that it was never the intention of the sons of those men to -allow this very system to be fastened upon any of their fellow-citizens. It has, nevertheless, come to pass that the Covernment established in South Carolina, under the legislation of Con gress, has been made the instrument of effecting this m...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 March 1874

Special land Local. All single or transient busineis notices in the local department are inserted at the rate afUt' s+ e per fte-lbera -cuitracts made for three, six or twelve months. tf. TA& 'NoTc.-Exentor's or Adminis orMin:ntIees inserted In the HEE L. amst be prepared to pay for the same before insertion. Attorneys sending in such notees on behalf of their clients will be held reoponsible, and *iMbe expated to pay when called on. They will also be held responsible for the publicado of alI notiees in Bankrupt cases. Transientadvertiemets of any kind must be paid for in advance, if the parties adver tising do not reside in town. Job work and subscriptions strictly cash. AD papers shall be stopped hereafter as soon as the term of subscription expires, un less satisfactory arrangements are made to continu the same. The X mark denotes expiration-after that the paper is discontinued. Iar these things in mind. 3-if, INDzx-ro NZw ADvzrsxxEiTs. L R. Marsball-Everybody knows It. A. G....

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 March 1874

FEBRUARY. 8 N 1 T IV I T F S 1 2 3. 41, 61 7] .8 9 10 11 112 13 14' '15h 16 17 18 119 20 211 22 -3 24 25 26 27 -8 29 30 3 - .TN JUEN ANDCRICREN : RULES. .Tie following ten rules applicable to setting hens and young chickens were contributed to the Mobile Regis tarj a.lady: 1. Never set a hen in a close box, give her plenty of room to turn about; she will not do well if cramped -% cowded. 2. Always set her on the ground, if posible. The eggs will hatch best with the itst directly on the ground. 3. Don't give any hen more than thirteen eggs for a. setting. I know fifteen is the rule but experience has tau;,ht me to consider fifteen just two too many. 4. Be careful to mark the eggs for other hens are apt to lay in the nest with your setter, and uvless the eggs are properly mai-ked you might not be able to indentify the new eggs. You understand that eggs laid to a setting hen must be promptly removed. 5. Make a record of the time when you set your hen, in order that you way be looking o...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 March 1874

L -AdlMak AFamily' Copnin Devoted to uLerature ivscellany, News, Agi I-.VLS4WED-NESDAY M1~ORIINING, HNIARICH4 4,87; i: - 1. -zL: THE HERALD IS PU7BLISULD EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, HYlog., F. aRNKSI 1"J, ;' : ~ ,.. Editor an,! Proprietor. Terns, 'Ope, J21mm*13 Jay in Adv,ance a~.jTh 400". at the elporation of ~7 T - xpirajtou of su4-~ &crpt;ou . - A PEAVVR TUE POOR; IIE NO RT H _W IN D'S SEPR.1O0S. BY_'JjCROLAS.i1LWA%:D KNOX. u-Iip thil, biting North wind. I whijitle and Shout m, Round the reaks of t3l, keeb&,-Q-. I takeM. OD'er fiswev tolibat'part -of the sphere Wheme moral can live the year rouud with - nhi-h - .* ugh worse in bis' a~ygs~part6f-tbe .Qpbere,* wbere CUumbus* ,~Ia~eeingCA"hay, and Walf-Waywa He Wasn't the firstj or the Northmen werv *54~cilntbeeal,thewalrus, -and bear. cbw eAek jor sbelter-wh6 call every ~ ThT'y gimt death to mMy a otl Q *V or !cold '-ad'ane-h ih A4&liu&4ertires. 'A1"WbW.1W1the4edP Wisterif miake-theefouds tke iaUmoo, *d Jow: the forest...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 March 1874

eTh Tax-Payers' Menaarial. T. 1Ae Seuate and lionse of Repre sentatives of the Congress of th United Sates: The memorial of the tax-payers an( other citizens of, South Carolina re spectfully'sioweth: That upon the reconstruction of th State Goverinent, and the admissioi of Senatorand Representatives int the Congress of the United States, i was doubtless intended by Congress, a it was expected by them, that the; would become partakers of the right enjoyed by citizens of the Uuite< States and of other State Governments The history of the country teache thataxation without representation i tyranny; our revolutionary father tbikbied to resist such tyranny'; an' we feel assured that it was never th intention of the sons of those men tA alow this very system to be fastene on ny of their fellow-citizens. I . has, neverthevs, come to pass tha the Gorernment established in. Sout1 Carolina,kadei the legislation of Con gress, has been made the instrumen of effecting this monstrous oppressio...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 March 1874

Special and Loaa1. All 'i ^"e nhin-t busineis notices in the I; de * trent are inserted at the rate of afteen cents per lae-4iberal contracts made for tkIrea.lar twelve months., tf. TAx NoTicE.-Eecntor's or-Mminis tra 6"iig noticesnertei ite K ER Atb muat be prepared to Psy for the same before insertion. Attorneys sending in sueb notices on behalf of their clients will be held responsible, and will beexpected to pay when caled on. They will a1o be held responsible for the publication of al no -UBankrupt cases. Transient advertisementa of any kind must be paid for ia aoae, if the parties adver tising do not resi tow. Job work and subsripionstrictly cash. AN papers shall be stopped hereafter as soon as the term of subscription expires, un Ies satisfactory arrangements are made to cond=e the same. The > mark denotes expiration-after that the paper Is discontiuned. nr thesethings in mind. 3-tf, brnx To Nzw ADnszxzTr=NTs. LENarsball-Everybody knows it. 1 O. Maybin-Administrator's Noti...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 March 1874

larm,~rtz~ nes~ FEBRUARY. 81 91 TjW T F S 1 213 4 5 61-1 7 8 9 10 11]12 13.. 15 l 171 18119 20 21' 2 23- 24 25 2 6 2.7 28 T= -SEW ND CHICKEN - -RULES. Tis6 following ten rules applicable to setting hens and young chickens were tributed to the Mobile Regis t.-r by a lady : 1. Neverset ahen in a lose box, _*iWeOr-plenty of room toturn about' sh illnot do well if cramped or erowded. 2. -Always set -ber on the ground, if possible. The eggs wiH hatch best with the utt diiOetly on the ground. . Don't give any hen more than rteen egs for a -setting. I know fifteen is the rule but experience has, -iau t:-me to' consider Ifteen just two too many. 4.-eireful to m-the eggs for other hens ire apt to lay in the nest ithyouretter, nd unless the eggs a properly mrked you mightf ot be Aiosndentify tieWn eggs. You understand that eggs laid to a setting - hen must be promptly removed. -. Make a record of the time when set your h6n, in order that you ,ybe looking out for the hatch 3ng. .Some eggs will...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 11 March 1874

71A11 A Family Companion, Devoted to Literature, Miscellany, News, Agriculture Markets, &c Vol. X. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 11, 1874. No. 10. THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY Mol1ING, At -Newberry C. II., BY THO9. P. GRENEKER, Editor and Proprietor. Terms, $2.50 per onnum, Invariably in Advance. SThe per Is stopped at the expiration of ime for w it is paid. 17, The X mark denotes expiration of sub seription. TIGHT 1 BY TITUS A. BRICK. I dream'd that I sat on a comer. My legs dangling over in space, And darting along like a bomb, it Join'd the bright worlds in their race. On, on, through the limitless ether, With countless fair planets in vie'w, The moon and the dull earth beneath her Soon faded away in the blue. We rushed by so close to bright Venus, I threw her a kibs from my lips: There was scarcely a stone's throw be tween us, But she, too, soon suffer'd eclipse. We whirled past the terrible Saturn, Just grazing his luminous rings; I acorufally thought of that slattern...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 11 March 1874

An Emphatic Endorsement of the'Tampayeles' Xemorial. The following preamkble and regolu tions were Jintpodpeed iwn:she Georgia Senate, by Mr. Gilmore, and agreed -to on Tbursay lat,a.nd ere concurred ina by t1ios on the sameday: Whereas, the tar-psying citizens of South n i i. Goaventin bled, hase idd_oed.the morality, the justice, and patriotism of the people of the UWited 8 iienmorial to Congress, by which itwas imade to ap pear AiTit they are sufferiig fron an or g(anized system of oppression. under thexsor'of a local goverment, imnu gated amid the chaos.of revolution by upricpled political adventurers. and sustained through the co-opera tion of their unfortunate dupes, the re centlJ-enfranchised negroes; an d whereas, this appeal to the people comes to -us, citizens of Georgia, who, through Provideace, have escaped the tyranny of the oppression which these, our brethren of South Carolina, have so long endured. Therefore, be it 1. Resoloed, * the Senate and House of Representativ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 11 March 1874

Special- and Local. All. single of transient bu.ine's s in ; the loeX4e;Iurtment are Inserted-at tb. ate of fifteen cents per liae-liberal. coutract, -.madefcr-lhree, six or twfi-ve monthK t. The Americah Sitrdine Co.'s Bone _less.Sardines, are m uch better, and less-than half the cost of imported Sardines. -1v. 3 TAKE NOTICE.-Al parties lmving A.d ministrator's or Execttor's Notices for ILpblication. will save themselve- trouble COnn preparea to pay for the samea bxfore insertif)i. ts our terms are easli. Lanyers handtin- in such noticc% will be i hek responsible for the paynient. TAKE NOTICE.-Execntor's or Adminis t'ratori wi,hing notices inserted in the HE.R ALD must be prepared to pay for the same before.insertlon. Attorneys sending in such zo:eces on behalf of their clients will be held re ponsibTe, and will be .xpected to pay when culled on. it . They will also be held responsible for the c purblication of altnotices in Bankrupt cases. i Transient advertisements of any kind mu...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 11 March 1874

MARCH. S . T W T F I 1- .2 3 4 5 6 7. 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 2 22 23 124 25- 26 27. 28 MANAGEMENT OF DUCKS. Having raised nearly all the lead ing varieties of ducks for the last six or eight years, and in very lim ited Accommodations, perhaps I can make plain my method to all inter ested. A great deal has been writ tenabout the importance of a large polid'or stream in raising ducks, and the folly of keeping them with out such water. In my own case I have proved by experience that a tub or pail kept full is all that is necessary to rear ducks with per fect success. I have won number less prizes upon ducks, which have never been in wa4ter since they were hatched. With regard to the duck-house, many standard works rn poultry advise a ground or brick floor in preference to one of plank. I have tried all three plans, and find that'the ground or brick floor in a duck house will bring on paraly sis, rheumatism and many other complaints. I have the floor of my house made of in...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 11 March 1874

--j- -C - A Family Companion, Devoted to Literature, Miscellany, News, Agriculture, Markets, &c Vol. X. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 11, 1874. No. 10. THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVXRY WEDN~ESDAY HMNING, At Newberry 0. 11-s RY T~HMe F* GIORKHRt Editor and Proprietor. TerMs,$U 5pe nwn Invariably in Advance. 47?be~er isstoppe at the expiration of hiis Pai. 27 The >4 mark denotes expiration of sub TIGHT! BY TITUS A. BRICK. I dre=m'd tbatlIsat on acomet, My legs dangling over in space. AWl dariing ulong like a bomb, it Join'd the bright worlds in their race. On, on, through the limitless ether, With countless fair planets in view, The-moon and the dull earth beneath ber S6un faded away in the blue. We,rnsbed by so close to bright Venus, ftbrew'ber I kiss from my lips: Theit .w~a scarcely a stone's throw be . .t IWenlus, But she, too, soon suffer'd eclipse. .'We wbred past the terrNbe Saturn, Just grazing his lunuous rings; I bcorntOiy thought of that slattern The Zartb,with her pale moon...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 11 March 1874

An 'Emphatie Endorsement oj -the Tax-payers' Xemorial. The following preamble and rTesolu tions were introduced in the. Georgi Senae, 'by Mr. Gilmore, and agreed t< on Thursday last, and were concurrec i A''Bouseon the same day: Wita-pying citizens 01 South Carolina, in Convention assem &#6ff 4dr assd tho iorality, th( justie, and patriotism of the people 0 the Uajg%-$qv&J st a-oeviorial t( Con-tessn by which it was made to ap pear N;A4 asufferingfron an or sanized system of oppression. under t s.a oa goverment, inau urated amid the ,haos of revolutior bfyrindiipd political adveiturei-s, and sustained- througi the co-opera M. tion of their unfortunate dupes, the re .entty,-enframehised negroes; an d -whereas,this :appeag to. the. people .4:owtoXwaitizens of Georgia,-who, through Providence, have escaped the tyranny of the oppression which these, our bretbren bF South'Carolina, have sol6ng"6dee.Therefore, be it L. rsoled,. by: -the Senate and Housef 4 Representatives of Ge...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 11 March 1874

SpedalandLocal. AU single or transient basine,s notices in 4aikrdpartmet'are inserted at ihe;m e of fifteen cents per liae-liberal gontr.it d. ftr_three, six or twelve months. . Tie Amefai Sardine Co. s Bone less-SWdines, are much better, an,. 4 less tan'half the cost of imported | Sardines. 8-1y. &TAKE NOTICE-A1 parties having Ad zmmWlstrator's or Executor's -Notices for blication. will save themselves trouble coming prepared to pay for the same ore insertion, as our terms are cash. -Rwyers hanling in such notices Will be -4e0d responsible for the payment. 9-tt. TAxE XOTCE.-Executor's or Adminis trAwa wishing notices in.serted in the HER :Ai. uast ba prepared to p:.y for the same $efe i.atio. Attorneys sending in such notices on bewhalf of their clients will be held ;ponsible, and will be .xpected to pay when vaNed on. They,will also be held responsible for the p)bhliatio-alt*uotces in-Bankrupt cases. Translent advertisements of any kind must e 'pahifor in advance, if the parti...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 11 March 1874

MARCH. 8 AW T IW T F 8 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 4 10 11 12 13 114' 165 16 17 18 19 20 21; 22 324 25 26 27 28; 28 31 MANAEMENT OF DUCKS. Having raised nearly all the lead ing varieties of ducks for the last six or eight years, andin very lim ited accommodations, perhaps I can make plain my method to all inter .sted. A great deal has been writ tengut the importance of a large pn4&stream in raising ducks, and the folly qf keeping them with out lo water. In my own case I h4ve proved by experience that ta1 or pail kept full is all that is necessary to rear ducks with per feet sccess; I have won number ess prizes upon ducks, which have never been in water since they were hatched. With regard to the dock-house, many standard works on poultry advise a ground or brick loor in preference to one of plank. 1 have tried all three plans, arid find thatthe ground or brick floor in a duck house will bring on paraly as, rheumatism and many other complaints. Ihave the floor of my house made ofin*Iplnk, rais...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 18 March 1874

'Il FamilyCmain, eoe to Literature, AlscRay News Agr Vol. X6 WEDNESDAY MORN]ING, MARCH 18, 184VN. TH~E HERALD 18 PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNINGS T~bry t Editor and Proprietor. r. - Th oe isstopedat the expiraflou Of M? The X4 nurk denote expiraion of sub-' wsiption. - THE L A W YERS PATRON SAINT. - A LEGEND.j A glorious Italian sunset Was oyiDg; the last &io 1 jifl i"t Pete"-, -wh&e-ti light brooded below; And tbe'mornn's beanuifm gartuent and .4*of.ro8yliHt,. -.,fterek amd worn, and faded, Were unclasp In the garden jjfthvn-taXKedj4,-near the %a' oQ?ybrizp, n1m*'411el the evenwng's sbadowsdi. -mir-J -I~~ around him; did he heed OrF;WTo'er the Pinclan hilltop t%e r1sing. -V'.- om'h is soul was troubled, fox Xo Saint had,:ha kgal p,fsin; what one has r ue? 'That gan,f~ begge I ~a,g~4h~I,g.*malppery pa&hway the 320 408st1vie law to Beamea. (5a-waapbminAhls Signor Givommi, In.:* * a~tu~e, .2a r~buammdtioeslafd,h And - that was the way I mad the acquaintance of Mrs. Frok ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 18 March 1874

The (nureh i.er. Two spiders, so the story gws, Upon a living bent, Eat;cd the mectiag-houe one Jay, And hopefully were heard tr. say "II.we we will have at lea?!. fair pl.1y, Each choselis place and went towork Tbe lig grewapaee One obtheaWsp WOVtes d Bit: shortly came the gxton dread, And swW bg-kNo 4, ead, He sought another place. "il try the pulpit next,'" said he, "There, surely, is a prize; ThNeni-rso~ neat ?nd clean, I'm sure no spider there has been, reskdes3,aow often have I seen T4e pastor brushing fliez."L je, ttieb'the pulpit-, but alasi isiopes-pi-oved visionary With ftkng;brush the setrtl came. An&spoiled his geomet gane, -;c ga*W im time or, space .to claim ighi~t e sanctuary: . At len,b; d srved and wrik and lean, HeadgbtiS foreighbor~ Who o- ba& owu'so sleek and round le weighed a fraction of a poTnd, A;d looked as itthe art he'd found of.living ihont labor. " ftiend," be asked, "that I kneure sueU tLumps and'knocks, While jodhave grown so very gross?" "'Tis...

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