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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 6 February 1884

M?F TEE PEISOMS'S TASK [Swinton's Story-TeBer.] K He passed the .first, tea years of hit R imprisonment vztboat^dpilig anything; B jost-time to-turn himself round, settle ^Artrn ten/1 r*n+ infn t.lip TCftV* of th* rpw Then, as he still had twenty years tc serve out, he said to himself one tine morning t'jdt it was shameful to lead so lazy u"!ifo, and that he must find sonic o<;. ui ;ition worthy?not of a free man, for he was a prisoner?but simply cf a man. He devoted a year to reflecting, to weighing the different ideas which passed through his head, and examining what should be the definitive object of his life. To train a spider? That was veiy r>1rl wol! Vnrvcrn! C6nv Pellison. ryp.mrh fs flat plagiary! To count on his fingers the "wrinkles on the "call? What! that was a ridiculous and useless amusement; nothing | worth'whjle. /'-"N rr v' He said to himself: "I must findj something which would be at once curious, profitable and gratifying to my desire for vengeance. I must i...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 13 February 1884

: > - ... . . . : - - -r- ,y; / - ,,,. - - . ^ " :.i -.- ^ ^^ . . J WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEE^iRY 1884. -'j;.-- " ' I a i T??; I .Ti. IViaitlOfiiil U-pibUUC. | [Larry Williams.] As the sun lifted his big red face tip ' over the lake a lurid gleam from his lusty eye fell directly across the sleep-1 ing face of Mistress Bessie Mcintosh, I aged 22, a bride of a year, resident of! Lake View, upening ner eyes in a rife wild and startled manner she sat np and looked around her. Her face, | framed by the raffle of delicate lace | which encircled the tiny pap, expressed ! wonder, doubt, distress, and finally, j .confidence. "Are you there, Fred? Oh, yes. It's ; . all light; I know now. Oh,I have had such a dream! And I woke with the son shining right in my face, i dreamed I was married to .Consin Chawly, and he bought me such a lovely white satin j drees. Isn't that an awfully bad sign? "What can be going to; happen? And he came home d-dr-drunk one night, and the itezt morning he ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 13 February 1884

-v-c. THE NEWS Ml) HERALD~ WINNSBOBO, S. C. WEDNESDAY. February 13. : : : 1884. A <). S. REYNOLDS. ) J- Editobs. CIC.IS. A. DOUGLASS,} It is noted in the newspapers as an item of news that ex-President Grant lias quit smoking. Hard to believe. From tuc present outlook on the Soudan, and the fighting qualities shown by El Mahdi's fellows, England has undertaken a bigger job than she calculated upon. The unfortunate Guitesu's prophecy has been fulfilled, aud District-Attorney Corkhill has been kicked out of office. Corkhill is an ignoramus, and Arthur did well in Ms removal. A Washington correspondent of a leading Northern journal writes: "It is a noticeable fact that the Southern element which controlled "Washington society before the war is coming to the front again." at "" m Philadelphia Becord: When Mr. Blackburn takes his seat alongside of Mr. Beck in 1885 Kentucky will be more ably represented in the Senate than any other State in the Union. Verv few States have any advantage...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 13 February 1884

> > ???B??? ?? LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. February IS. : : : 1884. ew Advertisement*. * ?? Colo In a TV "MoCarlev. O I vuvi ? y t % Agent. ... Agent's Sale?Jno. D. McCariey, Agent Sheriff's Sales?Jno. D. McCarlev, ~ S. F. C; Probate Judge's Sales?J. R. Boyles, Judge of Probate. Sale of Mortgaged Chattels?Jno. D. McCariey, S. F. C. Sale of Mortgaged Chattels?Jno. D. McCariey, S. F. C. ^1 PF(?fa ?Gypsies in town on Tuesday. Town Council take notice! ?The Gruber family gave the proceeds of the second entertainment here, ?. after the payment of expenses, to the ? fond for building a parsonage for the Methodist, church. ?A young man in town is intent on studying Gtnnan and the almanac; in that language is the selected text-book. It is a beginning in the right direction and we hope him better success in the future. ?Penmanship- taught, photographs taken and, signs painted artistically by Prof DeHerradora. . * * - " i"? rJn/lo in fntcn ?-iin attractive yvuu^ uuuv, ? openly claims...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 13 February 1884

The Man Who Never Advertises. Sing, business muse, the dark and doleful f3 to Of him who labors but that he may wait; The piles of goods heaped up within his store, "Which can't be less, and never may be more; The man who has lost all fortune's prizes; In fact?the man who never advertises. S!:ig of his start, his great ambition's scope, Tin* capital that gave him cause to hope, li.s credit large, his full and ample stock, J iis bank account as solid as a rock; Then tell the doom to which the man was r-.f,*, i itUVU Who never advertised, but simply waited. So simply, and so vainly! Splendid sighs, Which basement art irradiates and refines, 1'iatc glass show windows, elegantly dressed, Such lovely clerks, cashiers and all the , rest," Served but to show him how the public sizes The style of him who never advertises. lie waited and all waited; clerks, cashiers, Salesmen, saleswomen, such delightful dears, Impatient waited all the season through, With precious little for the crowd to do...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 20 February 1884

I : _ . _ .. ' _ - ' " ^ " ? ~ WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1884. I __ An "It" Which Saved a Life. |R R- .Tnhn<! in Ti?elftv's Mncazin^.l I was sauntering down Regent street one evening, as twilight camc on, when I suddenly ran np against my old friend, James Kay ton, whom I was as glad to see as he to give me a hearty greeting. ''Whence comest thon, O dreamer ?n -? * ~ ' were his first words, "and whither art thon bound, wandering on in this blundering fashion, and driving even an old friend off the curb into a slush of mud?" "A thousand pardons, Rayton,'* said I. "You were the very last man to come into zuy thoughts, and I am of tVin i'^oi nf vonr dress boots u. v^v. J in such weather as this. But, come home, man, and smoke a quiet pipe with me, and we will talk over all that has chanced since yon and I discussed that strange dream of old 'Stragen,'tho Dutchman, on board the Nile boat." Half an hour later found us by the aide of a cosy fire, with a fine aroma of La...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 20 February 1884

. THE NEWS AND HERALD/ WINNSBOEO, S. 0. ttrrnvoaTVAv 9At . ? I i fe?l i- . .. ' - - ? ... mm - ? ?" "" ?>. 5. UET2TOLD8. ) / y EDTTOBS. f.'/f I.* J. DOUGLAS8.1 A cuitious fict revealed by the 1880 casus rf]M?rt is the decrease of the female populatr">? in Utah since 1870) in the proportion of 3,485 females to 1AA AAA U%U* V IWjWV lUtU^o. Mr. Gladstone, the British Premier, 5?.H?tns to be in a state of bewilderment over the condition of affairs in Egypt. It is intimated that the old gentleman i*. becoming physically and mentally unequal to the situation. It takes from $2,000 to $3,000 to bury a Congressman when he dies in Washington, but if be died at home a few hundred dollars would meet all expenses. When they die at home, however, there are no committees to have a big frolic at public expense. Queex Victoria has published a book?a diary mainly devoted to donflTrt? MO *00 VAI11 aT co auaiioi xuviv xq u tviu vi cuuness running through it. Queens, utter all, have a very large q...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 20 February 1884

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. February 20. : : ! 1S84. *-w Advertisement*.. Remember?J. L. Mimnaugh. Final Discharge?J110. H. Kiusler, Administrator. i At the Corner Store?J. M. Beaty. I ?>cal Briers. ?It was cold and raining on Sunday and bnt small attendance at the different churches. ?The Rev. W. TV. Mills expects to leave for his new field about the middle of March. ? Several members of the Columbia bar have been in attendance upon the present term of the court. ?The recent spring-like weather is perhaps pleasant enough, but none the less veiy unseasonable. ?Penmanship taught, photographs taken and, signs painted artistically byProf DeHerradora. * ?The new boiler for working the steam drill at Iiock City has been put in position, and is now in use. ?A constant reader ot the weekly News and Hekald thinks it a better paper now than it has ever been. ?Mr. A. Williford sold upwards of seventeen hundred dollars worth of mules and horses on Monday, the 11th iust. ?We are indebted ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 20 February 1884

mm I IWU ?II I SOUTH CAROLINA POLITICS.' POSSIBLE CHANGES AND CHANCES IN THIS STATE. C<?ye trior Thompson Sore of Be-election? Lively Contests Expected Id Three Con-r.Maional District*-VThat the Ktdkali 31 ay cnaeriaice. [Letter to the Neics and Courier.] ''1 :;* C\>Li:uiuvt February 12.?It is very early in the politcal year, but already t' c chances of the candidates for the Democratic nominations for State otlices and for Congress are under disrnvsion, and there is in the field a jr.HMlly array of Carolinians who will consent to serve iN4 State and their country if they are required to do so. I ? nrhor words, in tho nolitiwil n.<ir lance of the day, "They are in the hands of their friends." The probabilities are that there will be no opposition whatever to the renomination of Governor Thompson. A number of articles on the subject have appeared in the county newspa|>er$, but nowhere has there been any suggestion of opposing the reuomiriation of the presfeut Governor, wh...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 27 February 1884

~ ... . - ./ .. :>:.:;^*? * . / : -.'. --"' -. > ;v ^ ' ^^ ;" . WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1884 . - = . . : rA PRUSSIAN'S SUICIDE/ JCOERSTEIN ENDS A BAD CAREER.1 A German Forger, Ordered to Be Extradited. Takes Cyanide of Potassium on thn Eve of His Departure, and Dies. [Chicago Tribunal ^ Herman Koerstein, a Gorman thirtyeight years old, committed suicide at the 1^^^^ County Jail yesterday by taking poisonHe was a fugitive from Germany, where he had committed the crimes of forgery |i and embezzlement while in the employ as ? Secretary of a Government railway at Bromber?. Prussia. His extradition was demanded, and Judge Biodgatt decided to deliver him up to the German authorities. Yesterday Detective F. B. Clark, of Pinkerton's Agency, called at the jail for the purpose of starting with the prisoner on hi3 journey to Europe. Jailor Folz ordered Deputy John Coauull to bring Koer-. stein from his cell, which was No. 26 on the second tier. In the meantime Clerk Pri...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 27 February 1884

?- . THE NEWS AND HERALD. iW1NX3BOBO, s. c. 'WDDNK8DAY. ff?J>r*ary 27. : : : 18**. jSji; .2*. 3i. _ _. ?~. _ I'll IS. .4. DOUGLASS,) Hkxuy Waiip Beecher is expected to go to Knrope in the spring or early summer on a lecturing tonr. "Nothing is being done in Congress of importance or interest to the public. The Morrison bill will doubtless come ' tjp atan early day. Mus. Speaker Carlisle is said to have presidential aspirations for her .husband. She had better let well enough aione. Talk age says that if New York and Brooklyn cities were punished for their wickedness, the Hudson and East rivers would rise higher than the - ~ bridge towers. Senator Lamar pronouuces John g. L?>jran "a man of remarkable ability." Perhaps so, if to ignore the grammati-cal restraints of the language is the crucial test of ability and greatness. Secretary Lincoln's refusal to attend a banquet of the Harvard Alumni iu Washington because Professor Greener, colored, was excluded, is said ^ to be a bid f...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 27 February 1884

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. VECXESDAY. Februarys?, : : : 1884. " >\v Advertisements. t Sale! Sale!?W.W. Mills. || Ask Your Physician?"W. C. Fisher. I Fertilizers?W. R. Doty & Co. P Citation?J. R. Boyles. Judge of Probate. I "When the Spring Time Comes"? I H. Cummings. ocal Briers. It was rainy, windy and stormy in bwn on Tuesday night last. ^?Friday was "Washington's birthay, and consequently a legal holiday. ?Penmanship taught, photographs Iiken and, signs painted artistically by krof DeHerradora. * ?Jobs of all kinds and of the best nd latest styles done at this office at sasonably low rates. Some tramps broke into the house fCattie McDowell, colored, on Saturly afternoon, but stole nothing. ?The boys are sometimes heard >mplaining that "Wiunsboro is just p dry for any use!" n?Osculomania is said to be the Bpst fashionable type of insanity in Kra nowadays. How many cases to ~ ?The new residences in town are being slowly completed and most of fchem will probably be ready for use ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 27 February 1884

ry\?pri STORM* ; A U.111JL U iJ Vi. vj.viu>^i WILD WORK OF THE AVIX'D* IX THIS STATE. Several Section* Visited, all with >?erions ('omtci}nenwi--Great Lodh of tiff ami Pr?p#irty. The associated press dispatcher, pubi:i I lie leading dailies of tlur "-'" ". v ?>m Tlinrsdav aud Fridav. tli-uigh brief, will give some idw. of th<? terrible cyclonecthat have vi-itrd the whole Southern country. S??uih fsrrolina rcj>ort.s a full share ot life ysi?l [>rt>i?crty destroyed. The Columbia correspondent of the Hetcs and Courier says of the results in Darling* I hi : The casualties, as far as known, were, killed six, wounded fifteen or ?i.\.S*eu. Prompt assistance was rendered the victims by their feliow-rifiz?*ns, and those who had lost lh?-ir huiaes were given inuneuuuu smiicr. iu aft five or Ax. dwelling houses were wrecked, with a great number of tnim>r buildings. If the tornado had passed three hundred yards farther north it would have "eached the Coarthau-c Square an...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 5 March 1884

WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1884. - . V RDi&ffCE Of WEDLOCK REMARKABLE MATRIMOfttAL UNKJte Sharldan Shook Ix>at Hte W!f? agjC y*a? m. p??t..?> w? Tied Btr-A Pleasant A2JEalr All Arooad. ) EK, Y. Cor. Detroit Post and Trfbzme.3 .x , The romantic attachment which found' Cjimax in the marriage of Mr. A. H? . Palmer to the lady who, up to a year ago, was Mrs* Sheridan Shook, excited a great Seal of interest in New York theatrical j Circles, in [which they were well-known. , Br. A, M. Palmer is a gray-haired, ; pleasant-faced gentleman of about fifty fears of age, whom at first one might take for a parson, and Mrs. Shook is a buxom* ! fall-Mown lady of about forty-two. | Many years ago she was a superintendent *t the St, Nicholas Hotel, where Mr. Shook met and married her. Their lifa appears have been a very pleasant one- for A _4flJBd many years. Sho was then a band* ?' some and striking woman, foil of ritftHty, and whose beauty would attract notice j anywhere, Mr. S...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 5 March 1884

PjpjKaxcb 5. 1x4. ^^1 * Y>V TV/?T.nfl \ EDIT0K8. CTptS. J. DOUGLASS,} Fsr?ie C(vj)i:ili county investigation, ktflrlmd Hf New Orleans; Republican Witnesses testified that Copiah county is bne of the most orderly in Mississippi, ami that Matthews, who was killed, aud whose killing led to the investigation, was a quarrelsome and desperate character. Henry WattkbSox says that Oliver Payne told him that his father would^ not under any circumstances be a candidate for the Presidency. He does not feel that he has the strength for the fight, and, in order to avoid being drawn into any possible complications np?n the subject, intends to make a visit to Europe in the spring and re 4.!1 -A i! A? uiiiiu awav uuui aiter me i/Oiivenupn ki* decided the matter. : The London Times, in an editorial on the Lasker resolutions, attributes Bismarck's dislike of the Unl ted-Sfctfcs" to the fact that this xjoosCry^affords a Germans who avoid coming here. The thinks that the most offensive part of Bisma...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 5 March 1884

I rfftr. - ' ?? LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. March 5. : : : 18S4. - fw Advertisements. Citation?J. B. Boyles, Jndge of Probate. Final Discharge?j. a. uurry, auministrator. Final Discharge?"W. J. L. and Saml. Weir, Executors. Sale of Real Estate?C. D. Cliappelle. t m >/?o 1 IRvfar. ?Monday was March-like?windy, j blustering and disagreeable. ?Penmanship taught, photographs taken and, signs painted artistically by Prof DeHerradora. * ?A young member of the bar here has been lately "dubbed" the "Earl of Blackstock". ?Since the recent storms, several of our citizens have taken out "wind policies" of insurance. ?Eighteen hundred and eighty-four is proving a year of horrors. But what better conld be expected of lea y-year I ?Fine stamping for any kind of embroidery executed in artistic style by Prof. DeHerradora. * ?Read the report of the intermediate examinations in the South Carolina College, and note the high stands taken by the Fairfield students. ?"When In town visit Prof. DeHer...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 5 March 1884

a L I ~ ingfc?????? THE COMING CANB1DATE. t.* * ? SOXK SPECULATIONS ABOUT THE NEXT PRESIDENCY. Ihe Westers Influence wemi to be the Wrongest, bat Divided?-Some Talk of the " OUTic'-Tet". A General Review of the Silaatlon. [Letter to the Charlotte Obtercer.] Washington, Febrnary 23.?It is Ciiittogo ami July 8. Last night and iiMhiy ibe subject^ of the convention nrtmitfoos w.r?mr fi-aalir iToKafod ? -V-.-VWO IO .w; iivwi in all quatters. The general feeling is one of satisfaction, although there are ?oinc who still think that two conventions ought not to be held in the same place the same year. St. Louis men are naturally ?ore and attribute their defeat to two causes?the fear of Tilden's nomination and the open support of the Morrison men. McDonald scores a victory in the choice of Chicago, but it is not such a one as secures the final victory. Really the place will have little effect upoil the nomination, for it 'f , is every where conceded that if Tilden ?' works for the nomination...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 5 March 1884

WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1884. __ 1 gDMASCE Off WEDLOCK remarkable matrimonial unkjw to^Sheritoa Shook Lost His WIfeuagS ^TSow Palmer, His Partner, Mw* lied Hfcr?X Pleasant AT- ( ?sir All Arooad. 1 IS. Y. Cor. Detroit Post and Tribune.! ; The romantic attachment which found' climax in the marriage of Mr. A. H. Palmer to the lady who, up to a year ago, was Mrs. Sheridan Shook, excited a great Seal of interest in New York theatrical > circles, in [which they were well-tn own. , Kr. A. M. Palmer is a gray-haired, j pleaf- ont-faced gentleman of aboat fifty fear* of age, whom at first one might take lor a parson, and Mrs. Shook is a bosom, I full-blown lady of aboat forty-two. t Many years ago she was a superintendent V at the St, Nicholas Hotel, where Mr^ Shook set and married her. Their liifr- appears Mohave been a very pleasant ot? tar * ; - foodmany years. She-was then a band- | ome and striking woman, faB of ritaiity, j iand whose beauty would attract noOce | anywhe...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 5 March 1884

^0. S. BXYXOLDS. ) w. * .. ? , v> BDZT0K8. J, DOUGZAS8,\ * tjs.? - ? - -:= = Ix the Copiah county investigation, iatt4* Imti nt New Orleans; Republican Witnesses testified that Copiah county is bne of the most orderly in Mississippi, ami that Matthews, who was killed) ami whose killing led to the investigation, was a quarrelsome and desperate character. .., Henry "VVattkbson says that Oliver Payne told him that his father would, not under any circumstances be a can didate for the Presidency. He does not feel that he has the strength for the fight, and, in order to avoid being drawn into any possible complications upon the subject, intends to make a visit to Enrope in the spring and remain away until after the Convention has decided the matter. The London Times, in an editorial i . .on the Lasker resolutions, attributes Bismarck's dislike of the United-States to the fact that this ,conj^y'aflqrds. a Germans who avqdd IPSPfP coming here. The thinks that the most offensive part of B...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 5 March 1884

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. March 5. : : I 1884. - ?w Advertisement#. (Station?J. R. Boyles, Judge of Probate. Final Discharge?J. B. Curry, Administrator. Final Discharge? "W. J. L. and Saml. Weir, Executors. Sale of Real Estate?C. D. Chappelle. I wc^l Briers. ?Monday was March-like?windy, blustering and disagreeable. ?Penmanship taught, photographs taken and, signs painted artistically by Prof DeHerradora. * ?A young member of the bar here has been lately "dubbed" the "Earl of Blackstock". ?Since the recent storms, several of our citizens have taken out "wind pontics ui tusuiiiiuv^i ?Eighteen hundred and eighty-four is proving a year of horrors. But what better conld be expected of leap-year! ?Fine stamping for any kind of embroidery executed in artistic style by Prof. DeHerradora. * * - ?Read the report of the intermediate examinations in the South Caroli na College, and note the high stands taken by the Fairfield students. ?WfeeiTm town visit Prof. DcHcr radons Gallery and exa...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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