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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 16 April 1885

' XIV. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1885. NO.21 jj~ ' V O L ._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _N 4 On the Cars. ed cars, Conductor gone, eat:ant day Druinmer "fly," alin trv'Itug Looks at maiden ar away. With a sigh. Vaoant so(tt, . Asks the maiden By hor sido, "Is there ono Only one .Loves ou mOro In which toilde. ''han Ihavo dlone?" Dandy drumnier. Maid looks conscloul Blaok ltlistncie, Itather coy, Thinks good chanco Drumeiners heart To make a nash. Full of joy. Grinning, asks "May I ask May ho rido Wondrous bliss, . vacant sont For the boon her sido Or one sweet kiss?" Maid says "Yes," Maid says "No, Looking sweet. "1woultd hardly do, DruAmnor happy For there's ono To his feet 'I'hat loves inc true." Hap )y drutnnerl "I will win you Har-arned east,, From his side," Spends for "gocdfrs" runmmnor says, For his mash. With conscious prid( Train boy's stock' "Htardly think so," Dlsappears, Maid replies. Grins with joy, " "ris conductor," To. his ears. lilink surprise. Sells the drummer "Jie's ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 16 April 1885

LRY & o 0lro PICK EN6 0. 11..8. C.: 1HURSDAIT, APIL 16, 1t85. Tim Wi 9 POsZ'IoN. Dome Things We taw-South Care lin a's Exhibit. On the 31st of last month, in com gany with our better half, we left Easloy .Station on the Air Line Rail toad to visit the great World's Lxpo sition at New Orleans. At Atlanta, wswere joined by Mir. J. 1. Chastain hud Miss Ida Bradley, adsd our little party had quite an onjtyable trip down to the "Crescent City." We left the "Gate City" at 1.30 o'clock P. M. and reached our destination at S? o'clcie'next morning, having lost thr'v hoirs time in Mobile. The run from Mobile to New Orleans would bei extremely uninteresting were it not for the fine vikw the trat eler has,. Vt everal points, of the Gulf, and the many beautiful lakes erosso:l by the railroid. The road is built along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico, through the marshes, over lakes and rivers, and but few points along the line seem to be inhabitable or give any evidences of industrial life. Th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 16 April 1885

W4e h ,p 1, ,tt at meetiuig of - it" 1>/ .I,<'t 1, q,w mm " hein a ot Co-, House on next tu-day, the 13th i : tt, at 2 o'clock M.. to tako i 1; asideration the , f votitu .,IW ;ehip subnorip j t h ! Mira, Oimberland Gap e.'}hiuago liiad ,,lery 'Vowd in tonhipal ii+y,. td attend the ct( t ll" ill t' ueit of J. H. _' .'. . a yonu mnii .;ndprouinent bant o gk"ai4 d of pneumno t4 tx( "o ty Treasurer m .this irn yourselves n ilt,ly. Maj D. Grice Amnily of Dr. t in this section T. (l it is bOliOV y " ro killed. N n, ' h1wlt' 1'taj. Lewis of )! ly. She was ' I what she saw. td iioople in r)makelrs-he tt pens, and t in the Pind -, ek 1a'4 week, in better. He - il ani pneu huinistrator., ilri has done S.or us. We such partie;:, (lU r i I ~ . 4ing. Coi.e printer live. b sickne.s. in by colds. oms of men heard of a "eenvilln ha(U4 i *., on the C. 1 ~ Thomnpsdnf d:Uittdd in gainat him Agaiint thle " indiihi I shtow the y war" in it(r, ill * . '1Thi D)r. udni J. E. - ended the t Presbly - ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 16 April 1885

:GRCOULTRAL D I'tr!M$NT. 001MPLETE EBTIIZERS.. Wher TbY en be ProfItably Used. I bellevp that what you call com plete artificial manures are a mistake, or, in other words, crops entirely grown by ingredients furnished In chemical manures, are grown at too great a cost. You grow generally 14 bushels of wheat. There is no difi culty in doubling this yield by means of the application of a certain amount of potash, phosphate and ainmonia; but at the ordinary price of these in gredients the wheat would cost more than it would sell for. An artificial manure can be used with profit only when it furnishes to the soil a certain part of the food of the plant, the soil supplying the residue. If you look at the result of nor experiments you will find that we have grown for forty years in succession thirty to forty bun,hels of wheat, and forty to fifty bushels of barley per acre by means of artificial manures, one of the most essential in gredients in them being ammnlonia and nitrate, and yet I ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 23 April 1885

__ _ PICKENS, S. C., TH.URSDAY, APRIL 23.185 Fisherasen Brave. Three fishermen wont gayly out into the North Out into the North ere the sun wi.s high And they chuckled_rith gjee as they sallied forth, 1Aesolved to capture the trout-or (io. For men will BIh, and men will lie. About the trout they "caught on the fly" Their Sunday-echool lessons scorning. Three fishers linv unider the trees at noon, And "blatncd' the wholo of the finny race; For never a nibblo had touched fly or spoon, And each sighed as he wet the hole in his face. For men will fish and men will lie, And the way they caught trout when no body's nigh is something to tell-in the morning. Three fishermen cane into town at night., And their "speckled benuties" were fair to see: They talked of their "sports" with keen de light The envy of all the fraternity. But men will fish and UIen will lie, And what they can't catch they're sure to buy, And never repent in the morning. -Livorpool (Eng.) Courier. OLD-FAS1IIONElD TEACHER...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 23 April 1885

D. P. BRADLEY, EDrt'on. D. F. BRADL1 Y & CO., Pnorm1>ZTite. 't f .ztLima Subscriptfin. Between sevellty five an<d a hundred voters of this township attended the railroad meeting at this place on last Saturday (vn-linlg, and in that numn ber only two, so far as -(' kno, e'r opposed to the subseript ion. '1'he frieni.s of subs )crip'tionI (1inn 1'd they will carry the elect ionl by two to onue, and( juldging by\ the en1thusi asmi1 and overwhehning muajority in favor of sub scriptioln at the meeting SaturlaV ev''ninr, w e do not think their claim11 1n unteasonlblle one. 'Th'e qutstion of suhscript:on is a plain business p-oposition, and in that light we ask the voters of this town fip to consider it,. Will it pay us to give ten thoulsald dollars to secure the road? It s('emi to sit, that the proposition is too plain to atlinit a doubt. The bonds are not, to be valid unutil the whistle blows inside the corporate lim1its of our to'wn1. in other words the goods are delivered bef...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 23 April 1885

KAJU .i XT IM . A ooll 'east wind n bt1 F61 and 8aturday, maae fire" leetA: y Early garden veg4 1 t, v. been "ippod ,t the bud." \Ve hear that in s.- of the county there Ar plez i. 1 h , s Iot. Mis" Ionrie Chile i ! .. fis, is 1 'isiting relatives and .it i ei kn .et ~Fly time is on na a' b V :inen i 4 will soon be in the "sno "i thi' r die (ontent." All the penohes are ' I: - , yet. A aroful exanuationl o live 1 nos to eighteOn kill ' Mrs. J. J. Lewis, t in vip ting her sister, Mt;. I t o( and, Ocol,. : ounty Mr. R. L. Ambler, v 'ltandia ng at Wolford, Sptl tty, is *'iIiting hisparonthnt, "ickein. Miss Maggie Si'. of the atchel<trs in the Ea] o1, en ivelA(l Pickens by it 1 ' ree'n''CSOII( d )II last Saturday evr . ". Mr. W. J. F. U ' an take wo hens and with t' >ay bis ailrond talx every ye h"t. Dn)ltttan Wico, col, unlittedl i o jail at this placu - lay, by t 'rial Juisti!!o (Tosi'o- trial by 1 'l0 Cireuit Court, l; >f stleal 1I it'tt from til of Mr. Villimun Steagall. A ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 23 April 1885

AfRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT. au ___________bu wi Souathern Agrioultur. inj Eds. country Gentleman: The past no few weeks a great many editors, writ- rol ers and other persons on their way to cot the exhibition at New Orleans, have go passed through the Southern States, ,lu some of them for the first time. To inc those who [Wve become acquainted wi A with southor ttigriculturo by longer wi oxperience, the -views of these well m meant but mistaken persons gathered be rom the car windows, seem to be ex- of 4eedingly crude or incorrect. The ad eneral idea current among them is, us t tat the southern soil is poor and in- of f -tile and the Southern people wretch- du11 e 1lta very inadequately cared for by ca omtetnsolves. "Circnstances alter al cases," and this applies very forcibly cu to the agiculture and the people of 2c the Sonthern Skates. The first strai ge thing which is re marked is the d pine fields and the .broom sedge wilch covoir the turned ac '.kud whiclI ia"notgrown up wit Ii w...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 23 April 1885

. I91CULTURAL DEPARTMEN. Bouthern Agriculture. Eds. Country Gentleman: The past fow weeks a great wany editors, writ ers and other persons on their way to the exhibition at New Orleans, have passed through the Southern States, some of them for the first time. To those who 1 ve become acquainted with souther riculturo by longer experience, the - lows of these well 5 meant but mistaken persons gathered rom the car windows, seem to be ex Seedingly crude or incorrect. The neral idea current among them is, ,at the sout hern soil is poor and in f rtilo and the outhern people wretch I.mn very inadequately eared for by :'t4hemlv81Ve. "Circumstances alter cases," tnd this applies very forcibly to th01- 'gog culture and the people of the Sonthern a4ates. The first straige thing which is re marked is the Id pine fields and the .broom sedge wl ch coverse the turned ' lend whiclf las notgrown up witi "ij, it is to be confessed, the water-worn gillieF and seam the land, and the weeds, are at firs...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 April 1885

VOL. XIV._ PICKENS, S. C. THUI jAY, APRIL30185 The First Cloud. They stood at their altar one short year ago; He vowed from the troubles of life to do fond her To have her ted hold her for weql or for woe, She spolie the responses in acce ts most ten der. To-night. in the gloom, they are sitting apart; Oh I has all her wifely devotion ben wasted? She mopes there in silence, a pain at her heart; The lamps are unlighted, his supper un tasted. Their sky, erst all cloudless, is now overcast; For joy there Is sorrow, for gladness deje Thtsron;t The serpent has entered their Eden at last And left its "tork trail on the flowers of af fectioi.l Oh, well may there be in her bosom a pain, A grief that she vainly endeavors to smoth er; To-night he has told her, in language quite plain, She can't cook his meals half as well as his mother. A SEA-SIDI ROMANCE. "But how can I help fooling neglect ed and miserable, Ned? You scarcely look at me when Miss Lovel is near, :and she is your preferred par...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 April 1885

_O.XV ____-IKENS, S. C., THIURepAY, APRIL 30, 1885. 1( A12 The First Cloud. They stood at their altar one slort year ago; He vowed from the troubles of lifo to do fond her To have her n hold her for weal or for woe, She spoke t responses in accents most ten der. To-tight, in the gloom, they are sitting apart' Oh I has all hor wifely devotion been wastedi She mopes there in silence, a pain at her heart; The lamps are unlighted, his supper un tasted. Their sky, orst all cloudless, is now overoast; For joy there is sorrow, for gladness dojee lion; The serpent has entered their Eden at last And loft ito 'lux all on the flowers o at Oh, well may there be in her bosom a pain, A grief that she vainly endeavors to smoth er: To-night he has told her, in languago quite plain, She can't cook his meals half as well as his mother. A SEA-SIDE ROMANCE. "But how can I help feeling neglect ed and miserable, Ned? You scarcely look at me when Miss Lovel is near, and she is your preferred partner in al...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 April 1885

E SENTIN tes er ' BRADLEY, EDrron. thi i BRADLEY & Co., Pito ow Pa so th wi : 'KEN$ 0. H..S. C.: Tr = A 1t 30, 1885. thbpr cent subcrption to th na, Cumberlandiap and Chicag c ,w na im ously. T hat's the wa i . __... _ s invite the attention of the ant >ad men to he letter of the Ion. 0 on of Spartanburg, addressed t e Cothran and published elsewher * ~5Isett of Tira SEN'TINurL. If hi ae . don't knock the triggers fron tantiiailroad men, we don't knoi wson, why. e West Township has driven an spike in the Carolina, Cumberlan< md Chicago Ytailroad. On the 23i it, an election was held on a town subscription, which resulted in i ;f Xp8 in favor of subscription to 61 it, giving a majorify of 43. Thi like butdiness. The only plao the road that is at all doubtfu (the town of Abbeville, and we be aat place will vote the subscrip Let the good work go on. How It Stands. -roperty represented by the rev wuers who signed the petition io n this township on the questio1 3riptioil to the ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 April 1885

Dr. Bramlett of tl,: t a hun :lred and fifty dollar hi .ath, on 'ast Friday night. Minui8, daughter . - enoe, ,nd aged 9 years, d t tgitis at ter parents residenot , wnship u the uight of the it a tt Bandall Stephens' " he was iding one day last - vn with him and broke both bones The accident ocou lace of Mr. N. M. Madden vnship. Three wooden t.e con imed by flre hi 0 he 26th istaut. The built nsured. rigin of fire suppc n diary. At seoond elooti t of the )wn of Central (th. tie) the illowing gentlemei Inten )nt, Dr. T. W. F, is-W. . Hester, A. L. - to. W. rook and W. P. O' Married, on the at the iidence of the brid r. J. F. nrham, by the R " Miss .rcena Durham to >nes of Pickens Count; We have hoard bt A and publicans say the t )thing ter for a cough the Jough nip; this old reli never s to cure a cough , and y be obtained at re for :ents a bottle. )isappointmen t i asmure ard to be borne, i cting Ith it becomes Bull's igh Syrup never those use it for obstit -olds, ation of the t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 April 1885

AGRIGUL'hJURAL DEPARTMENt. Raising LIvetock In a__private letter, Vice-President. . H. Wilson of North Carolina, tbus pxpressos himself: "I hate 'Just the December Cultivator and glanced over it some. It is as bright and en tertaitlig as ever. Mr. "illmatl, of Iamburgi 8. C., Is about correct when r says (e salvation of farming with us gonsists in raising livestock to improve dur lands. My plan is to feed upabout everything rafsed on the except flour and cottdtt; thits making cattle to sell and imliroving tle land with their manut:e. And I intend to follow this plan right along regardless of every thing. This will make our farms pay and keep us well supplied with pro visions at the same time. Nearly all enlightened farmers do this, and the poor Southerner, with his all-cotton and gullled-soil is about the chief ex ception. Necessity is the only thing which will over drive him into a bet ter system. Other and good plans for improving land have been suggested in the pages of the Culti...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 May 1885

VOL._XIV. PICKENS, S. C.. THURSDAY. MAY 7. 188 a At Night. 4 I. Hark! how the Winter's wind doth whistle shrill And 'gainst the frosty pano doth sharp im pol 111s warlike milniery of shot and shell With all the strength of an unconquered will. The feath'ry pmnes with glitt'ring store are bright, And all along the maples' slender limbs tun veins of silver-suddenly there gloams Through aeloud-rift-one fair, faint beam of light, The thwarted sun's good-nikht. Now drops night's pall. hear the loud wind swirling from ico-fields far And lol tehold out-twinkling, star on star The lights of home far shine with rays aill Ing ical. How blest beyond all knowledge, love, were wo If but one light might glow for thco and me. II. Unheeded then should be the storm-swept sky, Unheard the wind, the rattling of the sleet Against the pane, for oh ! thy presence sweet, Thy hand--thy voice-thy fond, approving eyo Would make for me a May in mid-December. I should not mind the landscape bleak and chill, Th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 May 1885

R BRADLEY, EDITOR. R. AIUDLEY & CO., ZlornmErons. P1JO EN E 0. H..S. C.: TRUISDAY, MAY 7, 18CB. 1 ilboro has a new and elegant tem ple of justice, and all it cost was $22,000. The Adrministration at Washington has nade a final settlement of the diflicultice in Panama. Col. T. Stobo I"nrrow of Spartanburg has been tendered a position in the Treasury Department at Washington, with a salary of $2,000. England and Russia have about coio to an agreement for pence. Dont fill the missing places in your cotton rows with corn or peas, ;uno cotton seed; for cotton, will be worth all it will bring yet. On the 28th ult. Mr. John 11. Harrell of Georgetown, died a most horrible death, from the effeots of hydrophobia. He was bitten on thehand last February, but felt no pain therefrom until two days before his heath. As the Georgia Central has taken charge of the Savannah Valley Railroad, and will soon gobble up the Grenville and Laurens, the Cumberland (lap Road becomes a greater necessity tha...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 May 1885

* C 1 -Ms The District Cn; 'r eo met at Pied mont on the Ot 'tnt. The farmers a r t 1; 1p with their work and ivishi;t for ,",, f There will be a S6: i ichool orgar... iaed at Secona at 8 P. M. The floods in . are causing great lose to the : " ntorg, They are about Qut of AU oommuni. _ this paper, or in regard to any i' n its columns should be diroc ". Three ehilar n a horrible death by twe s, worth of Shriner's Indin Last Friday were pienio days, but the o to play their usual accompal the shower. Last Friday v a Gala Day for Greenville. ias over run with exeursionk ' said to their praise that the 1 1 prevailed. There was a i vice of song at the Prenbytel last Sabbath afternoon, parti - members of both Sabbath s< Married, at t) of the bride's father, April 8 by Rev. ). Weston Hiott, J. Welborn of Oconc Co Miss Annie, youngest daugh as It. Prico, Esq., of Picken ' Th''Air Line . nnally pays into the treasur my $6,800 as taxes. In a fe' s we will tot owe a cent on tl : it will have...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 May 1885

Cavei and Jobsou Grass. Colonel J. H. Moore has this to say .coucernitg this much abused grass: "I sowed a lot of red clover u March and cut from it.it July half a ton per acre. I had fears that the long severe drouth ,would kill it, but a rain the last of September has set it growing all right, and in a short time will at ford good grazing. Every farmer in the cotton States should have enough clover to make hay for all his stock and to manure his land. It should be sown in February, or if there is rain enough it will be best to sow in Sep tember. For the life of me I cannot see how a farmer can get along and make a living for himself without a pasture- for his stock and a meadow for hay. lie certainly must have a bard time to keep his cows alive on shucks, and have to pull fodder for his work stock. "I have heard and read a great deal about Johnson grass. Some praise and some curse it. I have had it on my farm for thirty years, and I have found this opinion in regard to it. For the...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 August 1885

L.L VOL.XPKENS, . C., H , A 6, 0rte for the Motor. hiterutible, consolidated liar, And secret mystery of wloe: and things, Tint 'unkes our monthly bills for gas mount 'uigher, And into every housohold trouble bringsl ier wonId you now be loaded with the curs e8 of anery inen who in revilement vie, Could these poor, human, weak, and halting verses Oct over words as fast as you enn lie. How mock and open-faced your dire dolu sion! How secret and insatIablo your sinI Hlmw quietly you work in safe seolusion, I),tily and nightly dragging dollars in! E1xptl:in your vast and wondrous powers of suction; The secrets of your prison-houso declare1 Ilow (1o00 It happen that the rato's redluo tiont lIeeoius a mockery, a fraud, a snare? r" w%'hat Is thor in your cormoratntlst naturo, Your mncohanisn wierd and int ricate, That wakes you swallow u p a Legislaturo And hold and bind the people of a state? Sono tito the rule of law will be completer, A n1 by an honest Legislature then Strict justice w...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 August 1885

PtI t . H .,S. C .: T* .S l G'A VST Cr 1865, F Yor t 1t rp1on, $1 59 per annuri t y I t.'( ; %i tvanteO for six montis, 76 cti i simenttinsertc!d at one dollh of lno Inoh or less for the fir -t nd n tl cbnt8 for each subseqi r "tt in. Llbra diseount made 1 ned, others, advurtisinlg, for i the year. cy Notices exeeeding fla ofiRespect, Commnunieatiki hAfcter; when adnmissabl nt of Caundidates will 1 . alyrtisements. -t ' "y compels us to adhmi requarements of Cash Pa' 1nunicattons niid Advertfir addressed to 1uEi yXNTINa -pp Do rMund on Me at. p.flwell& co'e Nown,e u(0AproeeAtr. .h.,, ndy4 ,a in, kido for a nrW EO$ te says snakes are on th ershaw County, becaus not allowed to run a stroy them. i worm has nade its ap Wedgofield, and is said tA siderAble damage. Prin vermnifuge recommended son Cotton Gin Cylindo e ready for business the, on their advertisement 3veral in this county wh( Aaso a gin for the pros 1 Scott of Greensboro, N ted a cotton picker, whic) dent of the Lexingto1...

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