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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 28 February 1880

r TOWN AND COUNTY SATUIDAY. February 298 : 1 1 1880 Tzi*tk 6P TiE NF.ws AND IHEltAL. -Tri-wybi edition, four dollars pe anum, lit advance; weekly edition two dqJl0 and fifty cont*aeranunn in ady - iA Liberal disconujt to club of ely upwards. Al AD~ DvR 0!o--One1 dollat . per Ino P the. fIrst insertion, ))-,(1 fifty cents'per ipch for each subseq .en insortioi. These rates apply to all ad vertiseinents, of whatever iatuj-e,.ali are payable strictly iII advance. Con tracts for three, six or twelve nonti made on very liberal terms. Tran sient local notices, fifteen cents pel line for the first insertion and sovc and one-half cents per Jie for each subsequentinsertion. Obituaries ant tributes of respect charged as adver. tisements. Simple anilouncemenlits 0 marriages and deaths published free oi charge, and solicited. All communications, of whatsoevei nature, should be addressed to th< Winnsboro Publishing Company' Wlinsboro S. C. RAILROAD SCHEDULE. The following is the schedule of a...

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. — 28 February 1880

Flashing Signtals.-The interest which has recently been taken in England in a the sun-signals which were ilashed from t Lord Chelmsford's army in Zululand and Major Pearson's advanced position at Ekowe has suggested to the directors I of tle 1olyteclil institution a popu- a lar subject, which has been introduced I in the formn of an illustrated lecture. I The flashing of signals may be and is I done in a great variety of ways. The I fundamnental principle of the language 1 flashed is the Morse telegraphic alpha- i bet, or a special series of numerals com posed of long and short signs, which i are read off by specially constructed dictionaries of sentences. Thus one, two, three, four, live short flashes mean respectively 1, 2, 3, 4, 0; one long-sus tatned light representS (3, one long one short7, one short one long 8, two long one short 9, and one long two short 10. A pause is made between each figure, and the signal is repeated by the sender until it is repeated by the -receiver. Th...

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. — 2 March 1880

TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., MARCH 2, 1880- VOL. SUM&ER EVE, Diuly fdlia the suninor even, Over forests and green meadows, Golden mnoon, through misty shadows. Beams down'from the azure hoavon. By the brooksido, with a shrillnoes, Chirps te oricket, and a Ilas mg Of the wat-r , and a plashing, Oroots the wandorer through the stillness. Yonder where the watere shimmer. bathes alone the elf-queon nightlyi Arm and should( r, shining whitely, In the mooni ght softly glimmer. Bert'and's Discovery In a room in a humble street near one of the large hospitals sat Bertrand Ferinoy. Though scarcely over thirty, his chestntit, hair disijlayed niany threads of gray, while his handsome face, with its high, broad, intellectual forehead, was haggard and pale froni over study, too small care for the body's nourishment, . and the canker of a great trouble hidden deep in the recesses of his heart. One of the walls was covered with rows of books, ancient and miodelrn, chiefly on the subje...

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. — 2 March 1880

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WfINSJOuQ, 8, v; A , a#ra DAVIS, ,DrITa. ao. a. aixoLDs. MA, miAT U tooon. TnE AUTOCInAT OF ALL TH E RUsslAs In In a quandary. if he takes his meals regularly lie is in danger of be ing exploded by dynamite just after finishing his soup, while if he dis couinits the conspirators by eating ir regularly he is in danger of dying from dyspepsia. What shall he do? A COUPILE IN Fu ANCEMADE. A wAgE that they could kiss ten thousand times in ten hours. They scored two thousand fair, square smacks the first hour, a thousand the next hour and seven hundred and fifty the third, when the fellow was seized with cramp in the jaw and succmnbed. The Philadelphia Tites thinks America dould get up a much superior article of kissist. THE NEw Yona Sun has, in the in terests of Tilden, published a speech delivered by Senator Bayard in 1861, at which time he said it was better to let the South secede than to fight her. They say this will let Senator Bayard out of the race. In the mea...

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. — 2 March 1880

TOWN AND COUNTY; TUESIAY, March 2, 1 . ; 1880.' T r o THE. NEWS A b HERIALD. -Tj-l1jycekly edition, foutr djollars Per annki, in advance; wO6ky edition, two dollars and flift centd rannum, In advance. Liberal discott to clubs otf to anld upwaf 9. 1(AT10s oF Auv EIRTi .-One dollar 01. hich for the flift usertion, Iad I c0eents per inch for each subseq aent ainsedion. These rates apply to ail ad hOottients, of whatever n'ate re, and af )hyable strictly in advanee. Con tracts for three, six or twehe months made on very liberal terms. Tran sient local notices, fifteen cents per 1ine1 for the first Insertion and seven 1and one-half cents per line for each subsequentinsertion. Obituaries and tributes of respect charged as adver gtisenents. Sinple ann1IIoulicemeits 01 ma)Irriages and deaths published f'ce or charge, and solicited. All coiiunications, of whatsoever nature, should he addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Company' Winnsboro, S. C. RAILROAD SCHEDULE. Tho following Is the sched...

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. — 2 March 1880

B3ClENTIFIC, Almos.pheric Circulation.-At the last meeting of the French Academy of i Science, M. L. Brault read a memoir on t two piiases of the annual circulation of t air. The study of barometric pressure P over the entire globe had led to two ( Important results: 1. In Simmer the i lowest pressires on the continnt, are in the northern hemisphere, and the t highest continental pressures in the a southern hemisphere: in Winter, on c the contrary, the lowest continenul e pressures are in the southern hemis phereand tihe highestin thenorihern. Thus Summer exists In the north whenl t the great nimiiui presures of' f Central Asia und of North A merica, 11 and the maximum pressures of' outh y America, Auistrilia and South Africa I are established. 2. On the whole I surface of the earth the lowest conti- I nental pressures of tooe Suniner c months become in Winter the highest., ( anId, reciprocally, the highest become the lowest. Berween the two seasons i ilie pressure is greatest in th...

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. — 4 March 1880

'TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., \IARCI I, 1880. VOL. IV.-NO.28. A BABY GIRL. A little one climbed in my lap last night- I A fair little creature with ahin' eyes, 1 That seemed to have taken th ir radiant light 4 From the fairest hue of the summer skies And down on my shoulder she laid her head, And so'tled herself with a quaint little twirl; And then, looking up in my face, she said, "Now, sing me a song of a baby girl." 1 "Of a 1 aby girl I" flow my thoughts flow back To another time and another scone, Far, far adown on my memory's track, With many a joy and sorrow between To another time, when at evening's close, Tired out with the long day's busy whirl, 1, too, climbed up for a sweet repose On my moth- r's lap-a baby girl! How we change, how we change, as the years go on There aro.eilver threads in my hair to-day And the loving and oherished mother is gone To the pleasant land where angels stay. . O. I wonder. I wonder, if e'er she looks down From "the beautiful city with ...

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 March 1880

'rs tiNAN .IUrtt), h. 1'. ase 't'Uf1M,11AY, Ma lti L , A a I IMtt . EIuuation andi a Teltohern' Instituite, Mr. 1! '1y I1t81e I mVntvery d.oil Mle Mi A oli. Dh, sihlaetI~ of gaton. b4 I1I VI r1" fill. iho N1 V 4 11, 44)11I'41 111 11. 11111, hlhi l' I hl$ 1It14e11a1y i n 4 III' Ilurt of ill) 1111nI11141 4) 104 nily' sItIIlltK Itlr' N In i 4hI11g 1 1 t111, W 11 I rIeNlllmll) 4111 Mto 'l 1 11 11 11$ I'n'' ' h 4 t'14 I e , i l ii .. "l 44 1 411 % llhr lu 11'4Il y 114,nh 1 IIUII )1 no 1ut 10' % lr i I vk4'1' n14 l4 4t' ll,i m1y m In 11w1 i h l en141'a g ny' 11114, ( t' .'i I i' 41 11/ h thit lvII e years.' of4')4'Ipa lle 1,4 onn'41 ,M Il:aw Ii1hn will ptllil'nly 11nah1 npon 411111, 1111 III)I ~ 411 it I i1r 14)11 i I'V ht' 11111 11+ver, ihoug hl of, It. hli/1'n+, In fih, Nl i'tll 4' 14tI't' INit vVitit4r t ' I' 1s 11i1. .'144 'll to~ nu' 41 1)'it4 I4yl4+ fit'414 II41 411{onI all Inot it) 'arn 11n111Ing i'I111 I'ltr' ii nII t'ilh 40t14hI a1n1' 'slr II ' 1h44 rth11' .. 141hm. A n fill , 1h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 4 March 1880

TOWN AND COUNTY.1 TIItJRSDAY, March 4,: ' : : 1880. . Trms or 'l'nn NEIVs AN) HERALD. -'ri-weekly edition, four dollars per annum. in advance; weekly edition, two dollars and fifty cents perannurn, in advance. Libera'l discouint, to clubs of live and upwards. RA'rEs oH A>v ERTIslNo.--One dollar per inch for the first insertion, Pad fifty cents per inch for each subsed sent insertion. These rates apply t.o nil id vertisen itts, of whatever natu IC, and are pavablp Atrlctly in advanee. Con tracts fokhi*b, six or twelve months mudl &',Aty liberal ternis. Tran stent 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 tisenents. Simple announcements or marriages and deaths published free of charge, and solicited. All communications, of whatsoever nature, should he addressed to the Vinnshoro Publishing Company Winsboro, S. C. RAILROAD SCHEDULE. Tho foll...

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 March 1880

Rocky Mowittin .)1mn. A very pretty maure, hobbled, wti feedlug; a collie dog barked at us, and aiong the scrub, not firl from th1e track, there was a rude, black log ciab In, as rough as it could bu to be a shel ter at all, with wnmoko coing out, of the roof and window We diverged to ward it; It mattered not that it was the home, or rather the don, of a notorious t"1u33an" and 'dlser1dO.'' 0n of muy companions had disappeared hours bofore, thu remaining 0330 was a toivn bred youth, I longed to speak to some one who loved the motuntains. I called the hut a don-it looked like t,he thu den of a wild betast. ''he big dog lay outskdu It iII a threat,oning at t,itude, and growlnd. '1'he mud root was cov tred wit,h ly nx, biaver and other firs, laid out to dry,, beaver paws were pinned out on the logs, a part of 1,he carcass of a deer hung at one end of th cabin, a sainned beaver i'y In 1'ront, of* a 11p of pplt,ry Just witiiin the door, and antlurs of tleer,old horse shoes ind o'ial of m...

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. — 6 March 1880

rt--WEEKLY EDITION. WTINNSI0110, s. CA IANS.X)O 1, 18-VOL.IV o .PU.1..-No. 29. LORD KEEP MY MEMORY GREEN. My feet approach lifo's western slopo, Above mno benid the noonday skies; Beyond me spreads the realm of lope, Before the land of nemory lies; I know not what the yoars nay bring Of dankers wild or joy serene, But turning to the east I sing, "Lord koop my motnory groen." 0! land of Winter and of bloom, Of singing bird and moaning pinto, '1 by golden light, thy to'idor gloom, - Thy vales and niuttainu all are mine; The holy loves of o'hor yeats With beck'ning hands towar<l mo lean And whisper throug;. their falling tears, 'Lord keep ny memory green. Dear Mlemory,-whoso uncloud.:d eye Can pierco tho darket-t wilds of space 1 soo her watch-liros burning higi, I feel her broezos fan my face, I wouhl not give the light sho Ilinga Across my future's landscape scone For all tle ponmp and po)wor of kings "-Lord keep my memory irecn." Let totuory near my soul abide, With eye and veice...

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. — 6 March 1880

TILE NEWS AND IIEIIALD. 1V11N,.OU1t. H. C. 8ATURDAY. March 0, 1 a 1 logg. It. V R.A N. V D, A'Is, KCumolt. Jx.Y 1. S. tJ 1.L>s. AmSm1(A' EDITOR. Alit. W T.. VA\inaII:r so w .rt). thirty-('ne imi at lIu1f' nilliol dollatrs inve-steI inl liniteC( States four pr cent. h(bon(w, and he0 (r1w's ov'r thr"ee kutcrid t.housand dollars inte..rest ever) tlree on0uths. A wOM.aN NAMI:u ,J-:sSE lr".valmox brought suit, through her counssel, Airs. JIolva Lockwood, of'1Washingt.onl, agaist Senator 1T. It. IHill on all sorts of charges, mid on the next day pub lishai a tcard saying that, she Iud no clahn agaittst Sonator 11111, and thatt 10 had never hiarme( her, and (he suit had been brought by Mrs. Lockwood, as altorney, agalinst 'tho express com1 mlaids of the sai( Iiaymnlond. It Is clurged that the womitLIs i creature of Kellogg's, a1nd has beenl induced to black-mail Senator 11111 in revenge tir his investigation of' Kellogg's right to disgrace the United States Senate by sit (lug there. We ...

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. — 6 March 1880

TOWN AND COUNTY. SATURDAY, March 0, : : : : 1880. Tims oF TiE NEwS AND litAt. -Tlri-week edition, four dolliri por annum, in adva nce; wepkly eiitfoi, two dollars and fitty cents peraItfa, in advanlce. Liberal discount to otibs of flive and 'upwards. RATEs or AyvKITisINo.-One dolJai' per inch for the frst insertion, 9 ad fifty cents per Inch for each subseq .sent Iisertion. These rates apply to ail ad vertisements, of whatever natu re, and are pavable strictly in advance. Con traets for three, six or twelve months mnade 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 tisements. Simple announcements 01 marriages and deaths published free or charge, and solicited. All communications, of whatsoever nature, should he addressed to the Winnsboro Publishing Company Winnsboro, S. C. RAILROAD SCHEDULi. The following is the so...

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. — 6 March 1880

Cartarles. Occasionally a bird's 11mb will 1h covered with scales, parLleularly an oi bird's. 'i'The best way to remove ther is to moisten the limb wit Ii quile wnrI inilk, and a slight rubbing with tih thumb and fore-Ilnger back and fort will cause them to peel off. Care shoul, be taken, however, not to break th under-skin. hwollen and sore limb are greatly relieved, ani afterward permnanentcuro eleetetl, by bat inl ig th eilected parts with diltled tincture o arnica. It often happens that a bird' claws grows very long and retilro cut ting. This Is a particular operation Care should be taken not to cut ill)Intt the blood veins, which can ensaly bl seen by holding the bird's elaw lit Ironi of a strong ligh:t, and then not cut.tinp wlthin a sixteenth of an inch of the ret vein. There is air impression lin Lith minds of most people that the only ust for ctte-lish Is as a bill-sharpener, bit this is wrong. The cuttle-I -i is 'itlol lusk caught in the Caina Sea, and ib largely used by a...

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 March 1880

TIRI-WEEKLY EDITION. WINNSBORO, S. C., 31ARCII 9, 1880. VOL. IV.-NO. 30. THE GOLD THAT WEARS. We parted one eve at the garden gate. When the dew was on the heather, And I promised my love to com back to her Ere the pleasant autumn weati er That we twain might wed When the leaves were rod, And live and love together. She cut me a tress from her nut-brown hair, And I kissed her lips of cherry, And gavo her a ring of the old-time gold, With a stone like the mountain berry As clear and blue An ljor eyes wore truo Sweet eyes so bright and morry! "The wealth of my love is all I have To give you," heo said in turning; "0The gold that wears-liko the radiant stars In yonder blue vaults burningl" And I took the trust As a lover must Whose soul for love is yearning. Fate kept us apart for many years, And the blue sea rollet. between us; Though I kissed each day the nut-brown tress And made fresh vows to Venus Till I sought my bride, And fate defied, That failed from love to wean us. I found my...

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 March 1880

THE NEWS AND IRALD. WIN N&JORO, S. C. so-vwr*-- -.v w'*x. 'm~.x W:&.-. TUESDAY. Mareh 9. 1 1 1880. J. NNAff D.Ars, IIrrOn. dNe. MJ8.M T X OLD5. Aasocau Ent. T1I8 IS TiH. WKK FOR IIF*CkIVIN0 positive announce.nents that Sammy Tilden% will certaltily bo a candidat hI' befwor tie Cintiliatl Convntion. I T11,Atuews alid Courier rightly o holds Ilat thore eo crtainl crilm h icIllelh the law (loon not reIlich, anld (hait when01 at beasIt 11n human111 1Irm1 ilight, IOd-han111ded in Ohe per1-per aI'lltio (to at ialneles" outrage, Rhe 8, ould be strilig to the nearest, 11111). Tie ollice Is V,srrlble, anei thelpIshI111inet ShkOuld11not bo les Iragle. Tim, NtW YORK 811 OVU reOvOst a Very tolehing War mtor'y of how at dilugi ter ofruovernior Packens was mortally wounlded by a mihell dlIring her mar- 1 riIngo cerelionly willt a young ofileer iI Charles(on. The only thinig to m1r e the pathos anld h1retorol o' Ole ilcldeit is tialt not at Word o It I triue. ThIs does Iollano e110 away iI...

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 March 1880

TOWN AND COUNTY.* TUESDAY, March 9, 1 : : t 1o80. . TEots oF TiE NE.ws AND 11EnALD. -Tri-weekly edition, four dollars peri annUm, in a*advance; weekly edit on, two dollars and 1fty cents perannum, V in advance. Liberal discount to clubs . of live and upwards. 1 RATES or AI>vErlIsINo.-One dollar 1 por inch for the first insertion, v id fifty cents per inchfor each subseq .aent insertion. These rates apply to all ad- I vertiseniits, of whatever nawt e, an( o are payable strictly in advan-eo. Con- r tracts for three, six or twelve months f inade on very liberil terms. Tran sieit local notices, fifteen- cents per line for the first insertion and seven 1 and one-hllf cents per lino for each t subsequent insertion. Obituaries and , tributes of respect charged as adver- t tisoments. Simple announcements or marriages and deaths published free o charge, and solicited. All communications, of whatsoever 11 nature, should be addressed to the 11 Winnshoro Publishing Company' t Winnsboro, S. 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. — 9 March 1880

Tho Parls Uatt4o Show. Tihe TNtoh cattle, nearly all black antd -wi-ite, Iucluded over fifty animals utid mado a tmost creditable show. The class for cows was specially coiiond able, many of the animals showing great milkiig properties. Our English cow keepers well know these aniials, which have too often introduced the hated pleuro-pneilmoila. Iere they looked iI perfect condition for 1iMilking prurposes. The Notherla'nd hel d book society showed a capital lot, taking the first prize with a bull antd a Courtl for at cow, out of t lot of elghtexcel lent fe males. Mr. Derboven of Milincs, stood first with a cow having great milking properties, and was fith with his bull. Alr. Ilulleian of Furisk, was second for a bull, very big for his age a titd well grown. M. de Golde, of Guamereide slowed a capital lot of cows, One Of which stood second, being apparently anl excellent milker. The Swiss cattle presented great uniformity, all Ofra dark grey color, and not, unlike Jurseys, though oni...

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 March 1880

TN8 TIRI-WEEKL EDITION. ~. . . . WINNSBORIO, S. C., ARCH 11, 1880.VO.I.N.3. THE CAVALIEt'S SONO. A steed! h steedl of matchless spoee! A sword of metal keen! . All else to noble hearts is dross, All oleo on earth is mean, The noighing of the war-horse proud, The rolling of the drum, The clangor of the trumpet loud, 1e sounds from heaven that come. And 01 the thundering press of knight, When as their war-erie swell. May toll from beea an angel bright, And rouse a fiend from holl. Then mount! then mount. brave gallants allI And don your helms amain; Death's couriers, fame and honor, call Us to ihe field again. No shrewish tears shall fll our eye When the sword-hilt's in our hand, Heart whole we'll part, and no wbit sigh For the fairest of the land. Let piping swain and craven wight Thus weep and puling cry, Our busluoss is like reen to fight, And liko to heroes diol Through The Tunnel. It was a bright, clear, cold morning in early December. When Kalthie entored the car there was scarc...

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 March 1880

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WINMSJO0, 8. 0. 'rnSIsDAs , 3are 11. : : 135o. M. MANO DAY r, BuIro3. o. 8. vIIN,LDA4 AsoASm IaMm. T11 Npw OnR.EANs Picaryne is firmly persuaded that the Czar would like to swap places with Charlie Ross. It's hardly necessar. . They are equal:y hard to find when they are wanted. TiEp IfEv. CowLEY, WHO WAS Con victed of'cruelty to orphans under his charge, is safely immured in the pris on at Blackwell's Island, and yet he -bas nt .ben deposed from the minis try, because, by the rulee of the Epis copal Church, the accused must be present at t- trial brought against him, and : ,ley cannot appear for trial befort ..o Ecclesiastical Court lie cannot be deposed, and remains, there fore, a minister in good standing dur ig his term of imprisonment. He will go through as soon as the church get a chance at him. Tim CITIZENS OF SAN FnlANCISCO having threatened to organize a vigi lance committee and hang Dennis Rearney and other sand-lot orators for thele recent Incen lary ...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
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