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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 29 December 1886

PUBLISHlED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT Vewberry, S. C. ER~F luonfileinPhiladlnhli IN !S PAPE atthe NwhlewspaperQAvo ttising Agency oft hessr /tiVtON. our authoriaoed agentG In the puro soul, although it sing or pray, The Christ is born anow from (lay to (lay, The life that knoweth lim" shall hid., apart And keep eternal Christ inns in the heart. ELIZAn:'T STUART 1tla.'s CHRISTMAS. Haug up the vine and the holly, Sign the cross over the door, That joy coming in with thlte Christ mas, May go from the plhcs nuvvrm(r". Gather love gifts for the chilbien, Guard well t(7 Imlysl ieal way, That the Christ child ecoens at. the niidnip To bless with bright favors the day. Bring in good cheer and be merry, Dance and ring ont glrs/ong ; The stars of a 13ethlehen (esert Looked down on a Christ happy throng Go yo In hovel and highway, Guests to bring in to the feast Angels shall unawares greet ye In those the world counteth as least. Bound (ho sweet Christ loving an;ihmt Echoes will hear it on high To the...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 29 December 1886

Local and Special. Embroidery Patterns, Stamped, at Chapman's. A large supply of school books just received at Caston & Hunt's. 9-22 Secretaries of societies call on J. W. Chapman for Record Books. 9-8 IIandsome Photo. and Autograph Al bums at Chapman's. 2-17--f Splendid lot of Blank Books at J. W1. Chapman's, and cheap too. l-S Old Iron, taken from the jail celis, as good as new, for sale cheap by 3-31-tf. J. S. RUssrLL. 'ill line School Books jist from the Pt. Ushers at Chapmat's book store. Sold at publishers' prices. 9-S Caston & Hunt will give you the very lowest figures on text books. Don't buy til you see them. 9-22 No rent, no clerk hire enables inc to sell at bottom prices. 3-10-tf J. S. RusElsl.. A large supply of gl.ss ware and ciockery ware cheap at 3-10-tf J. S. RussILL's. The Best. Swift & Couttenay Pallor Ma' ch;es, Coat's Spool Threul, mason's Blacking, Campbell's Baking Powders, Choice Vinegar, N. 0. Syrup, New Mackerel, Lard, Sugar, Rice, etc. A new lot...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 5 January 1887

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Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 5 January 1887

A. C. JONES, EDITOR. I Newberrv, S. C. t VE)N ESDAY, JAN. 5. 1887. i You are entitled to a copy of the Weekly t Newvs and Courier with this copy of the THerald and News, if your subscription is vaid in advance at the rate of Two Dollars a icar. We have arranged woith the News r avid Courier to furnish its a suJlcient num ber of copics each week to give one to every cash subscriber. :E1)ITOlIA1. NOTES. f We wish for our readers a happy and pro.perons new year. 1 i1 Earthquakes in Maryland is the latest news of t Ils character. t One of the fruits of the Tillman move mont: An appropriation of ten theu.. and dollars for two experimental ste- C tions. t From what re can gather from the t press, there seems to be a general feeling , of disappointment of the work of the r last, General Assembly. r The Greenville News and the Cotton l'latnt h:ive been consolidated and will t be publipliel hereafter by the new firm of Williams & MIicKerrall. I b One of the fruits of the new deal-a ti st...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 5 January 1887

P'U,4I?aUD F4VERY WDX'E;8DA' AT DR, TALMAGE'S SERMO1 THE CHRISTIAN ON TRIAL THt THEME OF HIS DISCOURSE. The World, Conscience, an Angel ap the Holy Ghost Boar Witness Agaips: Him, but Christ Pleads Ilis Case and He Is Saved. BnooxLYN, Dec. 1.-The Roy. T. DeWitt Talmage, D. D., -preached to-day in tho Brooklyn Tabernacle on the subject: "On Trial," taking Sor his text I John 1, 2: "We have an advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ the rightoous,'l he said: Standing in a court room you say to your. self: "At this bar crime has often been ar raigned; at this witness stand the oath la ofion been 'taken; at this jurors' bench the verdict has been rendered, at this juilgo's desk sentonce has been pronounced." But ; havo to tell you to-day of a trial higher than any oyor and torminer, or circuit, or supreme, or chancory. It is the trial of every Chris.. tian man for the life of his soul. This trial js, different from any other in tho fact that it is both civil and criminal. The issues at s...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 5 January 1887

Local and Special. ):Ih1broidery Patterns, Stamped, at Chnpmtn'u's., A hrge supply of school books just recciV(1 at Caiston & HIunt's. 9-22 Secretatries of societics call on J. W. Chapiman for Record Books. 9-8 Handsome t'hot o. and Autograph Al- 1 bums at Chapnti's. 2-17-tf Spleimdid lot of Blank Books at J. W. Chnpnall's, and Chetap too. 9-8 011 ron, taken from the jail cells, as good a: new, for sale cheap by 3-.tf. J. S. RUSSELL. Full line Selhool Books just from the puliisheirs at, (laptan's book store. 1 Soil at puil iisier ' prices. 9-8 Ca:it :t &z Iltint will give you the very low a-t figuire; n text books. Don't buy til you ei tiwn. 9-22 . No rcnt, no clerk hire enables me to sell at, hot tr,t pri:ces. . 1 0 J. S. RUSSELL. A 1::re upiply of glass ware and einel"r:twae vheap at 3 -10 i iJ. S. R USSELL'S. -;t & (oonay Parlor Matches, Ct's p,+ l 'Tniea, .Mason's Blacking, :i .,il'. iing Powders, Choice N. ( . Syruh, New Mackerel, Lard. Stir, l'i', etc. A new lot of...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 12 January 1887

t.f, D rf 'VOL ,XXIII. HATES I$.00 Rix N1oTIs. NEWBERRY, S. C., WBDNLISDA Y AUR 2 87 .C OE,rbilo 4blJr~Itr O Farmer Tillman *ipresses his Opinion of tpe Work of the "New: %Deal" General Assenl y. .To the Editor of the News and Conrter: Your editorial in the News and .fJourier of December 24, headed "The Same Old Trouble" is in the m$in just and appropriate, but at the same .time it is misleading. For in. stance, speaking of the bills emanat tug from the Farmers' Convention, and -which have been either post. poned, amended out of all shape or slapgl}tered outright in the Senate, you say : "Who is responsible we need not say. The Senators will be prepared, of Course, to explain -their action to their 'constituents when the proper time comes, and they will doubtless be. given the opportunity. But whatever their reason, good or bad, the ffdt remains that the quarrel of the farmers, if they have any, is with their own representatives. The non-agricultural members of the Gen. eral Assembl...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 12 January 1887

A. U. JONES, rrTot. Nenerr. S. C. WE)NiS)AY, JAN. 12, 1887. You are entilled to a copy of the Weekly Ses ami Courier rith this copy of the lHerald (and Newcs, if' your subscription is tvaiW in adraenec at the rate qf Two Dollars a year. We have arranged writh the lretes and Courier to utrnish us a suUicient nun ber of copics caek treek to gire one to every cash subscriber. EDITORIAL NOTE4. Capt. Tillman has one consolation left ; he can write. 'The Obscreer was a littie too previous in sipposing i reason for the reduction of the salary of the "chief clerk'' of the eomissioner of agrieulture. It was not re'dneed't. We are Indebted to the l'ope M)'i'g Co. and Messrs. \leherrin, Shalleross & Co. for two of the handsonest calendars we have seen this year. I"'al mer Galiuan has reqclested us to say that he will retlly to the card of 1W ise Bros in our next issue ; Ihat "lek ne,s has p,revenlted his doing Zo this week. Bl-v. .1. 1). luggins puts in a plea for prohibition this week. lI...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 12 January 1887

y rorn the Penl 6 W; . Jopes, in the Southern Vtdtivato r i Jan W" be "innIng ot'a new year . man 1 eMions. press themdelves on "dfu 1er b attention. The "pitching" ot his:,oropsf Ihe'kind, and quantity of uanures ; to be used, Wbethr home-made manures, com postst e i nercial fettilizers,. the node ofiprparing ad 1 whether it should.. be turnedi over, or -broken with seooters;-these, with many others coie 't foP prompt and deflinte- an e#Wre. -A good farmer always works to a plan; the more thoroughly it is mgtutod and arranged, the more eco nonically and perfectly he can carry Squt. -He has been compared to a gcural who plans a campaign,. and the comarlsoil is a -good one. Sim iar quglities are demanded in both. Both have. to make a great many differegt things work together to a cdnmon. end. Now is the time for the .farmer to arrange his plans. From the very beginning of-the year every lick that is made should have a. ioet bearing on something which fgllows. He ,should know just wha...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 12 January 1887

~two Local and Special. Embroidery Patterns, Stamped, at Chapman's. A largo supply of school book&. just ocoivod at Caston &t Iunt's. 0-22 1 -|C Secretaries of societies call on J. W. t Chapman for Record Books. 0-8 s t IIandsome Photo. and Autograph Al- L bums at Chapman's. 2-17-ti j Splendid lot of Blank Books at J. W. >? Chapman's, and cheap too. 0-9 C Old Iron, taken fron the jail cells, as 2 good as new, for salo cheap by 3-31-tf. J. S. RUsSELL. f. Ct Full line School Books just from the s publishers at (hapnan's book store. 1t Sold at publishers' prices. 0-8 E Caston & llant will give you the very tt lowest figures on text books. Don't buy t1 iil you see them. 9-22 No rent, no clerk hire enables me to e sell at bottom prices. b 3-10-tt J. S. RUssELL. A large spl)l)ly of glass ware and ci ockery ware iep at . 3-10-tf J. S. RUssELL'S. The llest. tI Switt & Colrtenay Parlor Matches, ' Coat's Spool 'I'hread, Mason's Blacking, A Campbell's Baking Powders, Choice ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 19 January 1887

,~ ~~~~ at -. ,yslU };,., .. F ,, . jj ;f .t n , }i . ,ti I Lj1f t" O '{,a + J i D n1u O 00 " f .00 ;VL XI. AE oi SnI ONzTHS. NLW13ElIIiY, S.0., 'f;NEDYJANTTARYV1 1887, A.~_O_S__ ~I~io ii rpico.N The Attitude of the Now York Horald Towards the Democratic Party. -he'.IZeraldt believes that of the two parties now organized, the dem ocratio is by far the most fit to be trusted with control in federal mat. y. tere. We do not think the demo. cratio party faultless; but we see that the republican party remains under the control- of the most mis chievous and dangerous class in this country-the plutocracy, the ' com bine" of corporations and monopo lies of all kinds. It is a powerful tool, obedient to the hands of that "privileged class" which has grown up among us since the war, and which uses the republican organizations on all occasions to fortify and extend its privileges and monopolies, and to resist every attempt at the repeal of unjust and injurious laws. The greed and cunning of a m...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 19 January 1887

A. U. JONES, EDITOlt. ,ob'errv, S. C. VK1)NE'SD1)AY. A N. 19, 1887. u are elilde to a copy of the Week 1'eters aed Courier teith this copy of I llemid ad K< es, tf your subscription i miAl in adr1face aat the rate of Two hIollar a year. We hae a1rrrnyel trith the Neu' and Cou:ricr to Jurnish tus a suf/icicent numi ber of copies cach teck to yire one to (eer cash subscribcr. .: )1er30 u Al, NOTE:S. If the town of Newberry was ro quired to pay for the lives of the young men that have been destroye< by whiskey, how much of the monej received for license would be left? We have received a copy of thl 1ishopmille Lterprise a new candi date for the patronage of the public published at Bishopville, Sumltei county, S. C., by Mr. P. G. Bowman Jr., and A. 0. lurant. It is a neat ly printed five column 1olio paper and has six columns of advertise ments. We wish it, imich success. Cluverius has paid ths penalty o1 the gallows for murdehring Lillint Madison. 11' every reprobate wh( is guilt...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 19 January 1887

}s r HN, ROBEIRT -. I,11. A Birthday Moniorial to tho South orn Ohioftain, A CONDENSED BIOGRAPHY, Life of the Great Confederate Military Leader. morn on the 10th of January, 1807, Died on the 12th of Ootober, 1870.is1 Strong Character--His Stern Sonso of Justice-Ills Distinguished Ancestry. His Devotion to His Mother and His Love for Children. Great mon of great epochs aro few. Gen. Robert Edward Lee, whoso birthday this sketch is designed to commoniorato, was ono. It has been said that "history will declaro that the mortal remains of tho man which reposo in the vault beneath the littlo chapel in the lovely Virginia valley aro not only those of a valorous soldier, but those of a great and good American." "Success often gilds the shallow man, but it is disaster alone that r veals tho qualities of true greatness." OEN. ROn ERT E. LEE. Gen. Robert E.Loo's friends havo taken comfort in referring to the splendors of his descent. They trace hin back to puro Nor man blood, and his American...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 19 January 1887

Local and Suocial. Embroldery Patterns, St o mped, at Chapman's, A large suipply of school books just receh've1 at Caston & llunt's. 0-22 S.crtarles of societies call on J. W. Chapman for Record Books. 9--S l1andsome Photo. and Autograph Al bunts at Chapman's. '-17-t f Splemdid lot of Blank ]looks at J. W. Chapmtan's, and cheap too. j-t Olh Iron. t aken from the jail cells, as good as new, for sale cheap by 3-3i1-t. al. S. 11rss1I.. Full lin, School 1looks just. from the litbhlishers at Chapmtan's hook store. Sol,d al punhlishers' prices. 9-S Ca'. ,In & 1unt will give yon the very lowest tiguies on text iookz. lon't hny tll you see thein. No rent, no clerk hire ei.ahles inc to sell at. hot t prices. 3I-10--t t .. S. B u'ssF..1.. A large supply of gl:ass ware and ctockery ware cheap at :3-10-f al. 5. lRt'sslA.'s. The celit. Sw1ift & ('oitenay' Pallor Matches. ('oat's Spool T'hreaI. sla-on'. lilacking. C'ampbehll'. lkingi. I'01wder!:. ('hoitce Vinegar. N. 0. Syrr,i New \la...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 19 January 1887

! 'iVI 1~SDAY AT" # '& 3. C. AL REPORT . nty Treasurer i teoal Year Commencing ovember 1st, 1885, and Ending October 31st, 1886. >'ORDINARY COUNTY FU NI>-1883--'64 .4.9 J K Schumport, $ 3 70 78 Jas Molntosh, 20 50 1P"DINARY COUNTY FUND-1884--'85 o H Taylor, 8 1 93 81 W 0 Sligh, 1 35 84 -J L Count,, 5 00 88 8 P Boozer, 7 90 i 91-J B Fellers, 1200 894W H Hunt, Jr, 12 50 001 Caston & Hunt, 41 60 903 J.B Kempson, 3 81 906 J S Nichols, 3 00 007 Duckett & Johnstone, 15 00 eO8 "R Davidson, 25 00 91 Jas L Epps, 33 50 91. W R Elmore, 2 00 918 A 0 Jones, * 10 50 928 G B Cromer, 10 00 929 JN Bass, 20 00 980 J W Sanders, 2 5o S981 W W Riser, 244 94 032 D S Mangurn, 40 3. ,984 J L Henderson, 15 00 935 M J Longshore, 12 00 941 Peoples & Johnson, 24 60 942 George Clark, 50 944 C A Franklin, 22 80 945 C & G S Mower, 32 70 946 T B Leitzey, 75 00 902 J S Spearman, 50 25 936 P B Boland, 27 45 905 A G Crooks, 5 00 916 A J Teague, 1 10 919 T F Grenoker, 16 25 939 B B Hair, 74 0...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 26 January 1887

VQt g XXIII. -" IATB 1QOIXMTII. NEWBE1IRIY,.S, C, WEDNESDAY, JANTJARY 26, 1887. A.C-OE,PWeo adPoreo.N. .T'I ROUTE FOR TI E C. & N. L. R. .... , R. NOT SE '.TJED . A k'robability that the Directors Will Iteoonoider their Action in Adopt ing the "Upper Route." The adjourned meeting of the Dl. redtpre of the Columbia, Newberry and Laurens Railroad was held at the Commercial Bank yesterday iorning at 9.80 o'clock. The ses ftonas a brief one, but long enough for the passage of a resolution re seding that passed the night be. r fore definitely selecting the upper route, bridging the Broad River op. posite Cemetery Hill. .The matter by this action being again left open, a committee was ap pointed, eonsisting of President Moseley, Vice-President Desportes ud Major Lowrance, to consult with the: owners of the two bridges, to ie purchased if the lower route be used, and given power to act as deemed best by them for the in terest of the road, and report. The board then adjourned to meet ,g...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 26 January 1887

eb PaM and ?#tv, A. C. JONES, EDITOR. Newberry, S. C. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 26, 1887. You are entitled to a copy of the Weekly News and Courier with this copy of the Herald and News,' if your subscription is vaid in advance at the rate of Two Dollars a year. We have arranged with the News and Courier to furnish its a su/ficient num ber of copies each week to gire one to crery cash subscriber. EDITORIAL NOTES. Prosperity, O'Neall, Mount. Tabor, Ja lapa-all furnish interesting cornmunica tionB this week. The prevailing opinion is that Cluve rius was guilty of the crime, and that. the penalty he sufl'ered was just. We are indebted to Rev. Amasa B. MeMackin for a copy of his article on "Nehemiah," in pamphlet form. The route for the C. N. & L. R. R., is still an unsettled question. The direc tors seem to be looking for the best offer from Columbia before they decide. It is reported that the Piedmont Air Line Is about to get control of the Geor gia Central. A little more, and it will have ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 26 January 1887

S Mrs.Jane A. Long. la-P. M'Delrick. tTayor-L. 0. Boland. ';: r the convenience of our sub. ; they may leave their sub. R , BQlriptfone for the HEiALD AND NEwS , ither.of the above persons who K,,Kr uthorized to receive and receipt 0orenewals and new subscribers. Enibroidery Patterns, Stamped, at Chapnian's. A large slpply of school books just received at Caston & IIunt's.. 9-22 Secretaries of societies call on J. W. Chapman for Record Books. 9-8 "Iiandsone Photo. and Autograph Al bums at Chapman's. . 2-17-tf Splendid lot of Blank Books at J. W. Chapman's, and cheap too. 9-S " Olid Iron, taken from the jail cells, as good as new, for sale cheap by .3-31-tf- J. S. RUSSELL. Full line School Books just from the publishers at Chapmnan's book store. Sold at publishers' prices. 9-8 Caston & Hunt will give you the very lowest figures on text books. Don't buy ill you see them. 9-22 , No rent, no clerk hire enables me to sell at bottom prices. 8-10-ti J. S. RUSSELL. A large supply of...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 26 January 1887

dj ' trtr'e it~ ijin =~% '4~g c o will g1 And upon h11 cI' op 4,ec She left a ch ldish itit T ebla $l oo. ,bi r9n,. I -' AndtdiOedlni'hippymod .u6I]l i tl}8savor. Whis all w able14od s Whi8 allhabubti were visions Full 6f.prophet,lai 'sld,; But he pOver thou ht'of the magie q In his lIttle dug itor' kiss. C e While she with her. kettle swinging, Mer'rlW trudged. away, Stopped at the sight of a 'quirrel, t Catching some wild b1rd's lay- 1 And I thou ht,howrinany sltadow Of life ait fat6'we -. old nitss, Il:a (you ;frugual d lners v eT vlegth, klss: a The Ve dto f thie State Press on the. i Iangh:g of Oluyerius. -QGov. Lee refused. to further re prjevo Thomas J. gluverlus, and on n Iriday.le was hanged at. Richmond for thO, lnurder of Fannie Lillian Madison. There are' many who doubt his guilt, and ,who think the n proof was not sufficient to sustain a verdlot of giilty. We think he has met a just fate, though he died pro. testing - his innocence.-Abbeville Messenger. Cluverius, the V...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 2 February 1887

-- . .4 i I'L. XXIII. RATE8{f ' % Tl. NEWBERRY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBI3UARY 2, 1887. A. 0. JONES, Publisher and Proprietor. NO. 5 ur. Pope on the Tariff. (,Mtr to'the Augittta Chronicle.) INE VERRY, S. C., Jan. 25.-The 16dt free trade meeting in New -York developed one fact certainly, ana4 that is that Democracy, Repub" piaajsw and Agrarianism can all geet on a common level when it comes to discussing free trade. Does It not prove that neither the Demo. "ratio nor Republican parties recbg. niao free trade, and that the members 6f, hosQ parties who do, must go out. '.$4 f4 their respective parties to do tltQ pbe plattorm of the Democratic pptymcalls for "a tariff for revenue -ourlyr.l Whus the party admits the rtAb" tht free trade is impossible, }t1dthit we biust have a tariff suil3. . mneettthe expenses of govern. Mt,. economically administered. !fher84e but one way of raising an amqunt of money sufficient to meet t.e "_ ei enses of government, and ,pa$ is by direct taxation. Are we...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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