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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 September 1887

--I JJIUr fL VOL, XVII PICKENS, S., 1. HIURSD)Ay, SEPT1EMIWER1518. filE AGU\CULTURAl\ COLLEE. ANOTIIIElt ARTICLE ON AN INTim 'STING SUIJE''T. A Coml,arison of the MisissilI,p Culieg With the South Carolina Collugc--Tll4 Merits of EaIch Co,hl'tered. To the Editor of the News and Courier A separate agricultural college is de manded because the agricultural depart ment of the South Carolina College hal not attracted a large number of students. Capt. Tillman says two students havc studied a little agricultural chemistry. Others concede eight or ton. Let t consider whether the College has failed to attract the students it should havc, and, if so, whether the fault lies with the plan of organization of the College, oris to be sought elsewhere. A recital of the Congressional Act of 1802, under which the land scrip was given, will show the scope of the Act, and will determine what classes of stu dents are to be considered in receiving its benefits. It will be seen that: First, there is no a...

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. — 15 September 1887

-na et1s>, 1887. i:EcatijOn. *how, who rie a r6 t'ery nfixious tdl daughter rsii,that siRpess in life, in the fae of the lajority bf grad u. uificent faiures. ;radtYttteg are hot .)ng bueiuess peo b)e. A full col. ejvory well 'for one (all over for it It. is to be worth fiuch -acter, but n) bo or rushed out of the fam 1way froln the friends ind out three or four ollage, because it has iable. It will do him may pull through, and nething because ho is In that case it will do 'he boyB and girls who ly kept out of crlloge most benofltted by its 't Iey leaUD logic, phi 1 mathmntic. Those e it is fashioinnablc ln(1 arp lA to scnd the im loue, 1earn sole }he ways of the W)rl1, lnoney, aud many fool. dl things, which never eon learned in the tin. o)l, or acdl(lemIty ner ch1 extraordinary albili stranin of collego educae --......>... (ducatin)11 an(1(e him a hero. 1 of college b1oys b( (NU nder, anthey1(.. b)ec'I011 u regar( to what they Sdloes nt suit busHiiness won't work in practien...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 September 1887

oeote iotting livO1 f . Bradlt\y *wa ib 1aslyy 1et ri i keep yottr hainde out of th1 An flblds are uoW white with g 1 ph3. , Cox of Pendleton, twa -week. - hlf Adan M tnsel, iolor'rd, sbath. y cotton market hns openid ud 9 cot. Mauldib, of FsIey, has 1 for the past few days. tenes noxt Monday. Therd - u talebthd1 1, and 57 oh ':et-, '. U. ICureloh, last lugiht the first bale of uotton 8 11-10. ry Sitton, of Antkm, and Legare, of Charleston, are Jt J. Lewis. 1 it for rebhiiling the Kaeley " last werk, lt to Coleman & o sum of $1,085. ly, last Saturdny plrsented of the largest swrct pota seen this seagon. NF.L each wek will shoW tie )n at (lrernville, l'icdnont, i rty, Cehtral and Seneen. '. Lotvis, who is visiting ltut'er mt Senena, has leen fever, but is improving. 'stor anutl Jauie Lewis, and is Moss, of Westminster, ur santum with a short vis High School is to be eon oh its securing the services ;io McNinch and Miss Lil as thachers. stbrss and Miss Mary Fer ter of Augustus Fer...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 September 1887

i atory J >r}OjTHll~i3 Nov Mr eit,ltIePO r Mts. ) + s A. N U A W. 01 JopyrigXtMd, ts', !i 'A. N. Kellog9 cnArr Ru if. OR long weeks - peo Artnim could not 's r ro tver t Itohe vie tr g:lI(l ',1 ( ' t(' rr:Iltht tle I t i u I'l. wrotedhose i One day1t his mother !% aidl: "Those' Fre'nth peole aVir lt ft. 'he oldt sexon of St. Mary' (neh Ioe tgaged to keep the gaten in g,rder ntil thei'return. .Believe too, my son, this is best. for you.", H-b went forth into .the quikt moon light, titmidly, as-if' abont to dlo somlo wrong, and uoked over the lalticedt gate into th garden. The idy was plaved out.. )eathly stillness .ty over atll. llow t'oldl seem tt l the sti'rv mnouilight ul>on the pat h! Light waves of pe'fuia from the rosebNls w('ere waft el er)' to him; mortally weary seemed t ht lplasht of the fountain; cool b)r(tZs'es i us led through the tree-tops, and as in a dreamn he murmured the refrain orf Iho lit te poetmt that had 1been so ii ear t the atsent one. "'As If within lt...

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. — 22 September 1887

- . 11 VOL. XVI, PI1CKENS, S. .,, TIIURS AY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1887. NO,52 fIMEIY TOP1CS FOR FARMERS Ty()V TO 10 PAYlNO WORK AT Tlli! SEASON. Suggestions of interost, from an Authorl tatiLve Source. (W. l.. Jones in Southern Cultivator-) COTTON PIoKINO. The charactoristic farm work of thiz the first fall mouth is cotton harvesting The fruition of the cotton planter's hop( of a successful, practical machine for th gathering of cotton is yet in abeyance, and the work must still be done by nim blo human fingers. Inventors, however, are earnestly at work seeking to tu)lvc this great problem, as will be seen by - the illustrations at:d descriptions in this number of the Cultivator. Cotton-pick ing by hand is by far the most expensive operation in the production of raw cot ton. Moreover, the cost of nearly every , operation, except picking, may be re duced in proportion as tho yield per acre is greater. 'I'here is practically but litt.i difleronen in the cost per poundl of gathering by hand t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 September 1887

OE1N C. f. S. C. !a D'' tIAY, T:PT MBER.i 22, 1t87 ,"Y(4, 'S ys]1>r"tption,t 15Up(t+amnilm. atrletl in o<\vanece:for six mnths,1'l5e. Advertiseen,nts insettet i e <on('o1ar r)( rtiIare of on+' inch or 1e$ for t.h4 irtt - iisertion anl iftv rcnts for (elh snbs(ql e't1t Iis(tilm . IAbeni li (con11 imn<1e t m "tl1th,nt anil I thers nadverising for six ilonths or by tIe ve(r. UJhiti:ll'1'y \ot.t's \xc'ohlin fivelines, 'ri)tts o t R1set., (;omun(11ions of a lers oInal ('hiIraclter, whcim )clissable \vi1 i'hH ihrg I f,r as advert isemets. e szI4a Ia~. 4 T Udo rot ti EW 11EW 1tO1.~ Whisk iS just as good to use in eloetio as it is any whoro olse. * ... - -- .. - . he Supreuo Court of Illinois has justly llirmnt1 the death r3entenco passod ou the Chieatgo anarchisthi. ure of publishing tho T"egrcts. W. H. Hea'1rd', colored, wa"nt s thelc elitor ( f the Doily 4Un, to wrjte s1mU articles on reading. phiilPsophy, comll mrCC and14 r1lig4ion. 1h)e editor of the Sun ('an hale:i11 t1h i...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 September 1887

Cotton 81 oontb. 1ead the rotice to te>ibkra. Cotton old in EasIe ' last weak at8 91. Miss Sara ,rogan Yeft for Washing ton lat Monday. Bethlehem church :is now conploted painting and all. Miss Ada Bogga, af Liberty, visited friends in Pickens Monday. Mr. John H. Hagood, of Greenville 'oounty, was in town last Monday. An infant of Mr. Henry Mauldin died on the 14th inst. Dfis. Mauldin is quito ilL The mumps arA on tiiir way to this placo. Jimdini, 'a sn of W. L. Ilowon, has thorn. Miss Ella Lowery 'arrived last Friday. or many friends in Pickons give her a hearty welcome. Mr. Lowis Mann, aged ninety-five years, joined the church at Bethlehcm, 'a few days agi. The 'Prenhytorian church realaZcd ch.ureh last Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Iowell, of (reenvillo, Visited their daughter, Mrs. )r. Bran lott, of this place last week. P Miss Mollio Ashmoro has returned from a visit of several week to rematives and friends in Groenvillo county. Tlie Keowee Courier turned us down on old fodder....

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 September 1887

N DOCTO.R. . ntertaining and Romantio Btory from Real Life. [ADAPTED IROM TRS GERMAN or MMai ELIS PoKm.] BY MRS. FRANUES A. KIIAW. ZPenelatio Copyrfghted, 1887, by A. N. Kiellog) VWSpaper Company. OHA'I.'EiR III. E SIREE int.roduced 1now and then some ltl _ t ;t pleasant little in novat ion into the -immul'llate priml . ~ttt(l ne>.; of the vine - -'U'/ wreatled house. With Ivan, always her faithful ally, she foraged the gar dend of the town for plants in full leaf and blossom, and with them adorned the doctor's study. "The place where one works ought to be bright and cheerful," she s: gd "Now that winter is near, we mi -af have a memory of the summer ai a prophyey of the spring." Arnir awaited iit h impatience the ha -:Lr lessons vhent she would coic bounding into his study. What stolen glances he would east at her over his manuscript! How full of grace and charm was her every movement, hmv in every word atld action she reninded him of IIortense! Some times it seene(d to hin as i...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 September 1887

tea1nin enti Romaio 'to - from Real LifO, '4~ .Z ssnT raOM era GanxAN og MMlI BrasU Posta.) T Hrs. tatBS A. sI[AW. . t ellaUOn CopprfgMed, zssi, Oy A. N. Kelogg - Newapaper Comyany. S,OHAPT1ER 11. ESIREE introduced now and then So(me * j iL . =tplc:asantt little in niovat ion intto the inmnaculate prin ._ ti t ness of the vine V'.- wrcathed house. With Ivan, always her faithful ally, she foraged the gar den'of the town for plants in full leaf and blossom, and with them adorned the doctor's study. "The phtee where one works ought to be bright and cheerful," she s. d'. "Now that winter is near, we miii have a memory of the summer a a prophecy of the spring." Arniy awaited with impatience the - ur tr lessons when she would come bounding into his study. What stolen glances he would cast at her over his . manuscript! How full of grace and charm was her every movement, hmv in every word :nd act ion she reminded him of Ilortense! Some times it seemed to him as if he were again a youth who ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 September 1887

- a - - ? - . PICKENS, S. C. THU SDAY, SEPT~EMBER 29, 188'7.NO . -9 .,,w A TA LK W ITH ONE : 01' TH E PRES l DENT'S SCIIOOLMATE:S. Some Interesting incidents of Ills Chili hood's I)ays--Tho Qualitles Whicih Jlaiv Sineoo lstinguished lim Manifested Ii His Youth. (From a Washington Letter.) I had quite a pleasant convorsatiol last evening with on of Presiden Cleveland's old schoolmates, who is nov oocupying a position hero in one of th< Government departments. The oli schoolmate of the President's was bon at Fayetteville, Now York, the town thal Mr. Clevo land visited .3ome weeks ago. ie told me that Fayettovillo is a beau tiful village of somoi 1,000 or 1,800 in habitants, lying in a romantic regiou about seven miles cast of Syracuse, and is noted among other things for its pro duction of limo. The Cleveland family removed to that place in the year 1840, when the Boy. Richard Cleveland, the PresideLt's father, became pastor of the Presbyterian Church, and when Grover was only thre...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 September 1887

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Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 September 1887

t. He lis bridge at tlto Factory has been aod so that it is now afo. Call and see a cop' of our prAimfuni paper, The American Fai-mor. Theifino Gray belonging to lion. J. 'C. Alexander, (lied lat week. Jesse, tho little son of A. M. Morris, Lns been'uito siek for the past few days. Horses and Mules for Snlo or Ex 'ch.nge. L. U. CT,AYTON, Centrai, S.C. The case against '. H. Brown last Monday was dismiesed by Capt. 'lhorn loy. Miss lalry Freeman ieslen quito ill nar several days. She is attended by 1)r. Earle. Auntion at Central on the 15th of Oe toh Or. See advert.isemnent i ainothi er Icolumn. Mrs. T. E. Hangood was; quite sick sev 'eral days last week, hut 4110i is ijow able to be out again. Miss Lou Ollivor who m'd her arm s broken by a fall some tent days ago, will 0011 1e Out againa. See exeursion rates to Atlanta. TIn pro\ve this opportunity to see the sights awl4 the President. Mrs. O. S. Bolt, of )aeuiviie, visits".l her sist"rs, Mrs. 1IOWel and ( rifliu, of this 1 lace, las...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 September 1887

MOTHER IS RESTING. The long, rough road !s ended hIer weary feet iut"r pressed: flow rough to her n rai; footsteps I'erhaps we never guessed: SBIt with the aeary journey Shell bo no more distressed; The faco we bend and softly kiss I Bears no iinpress but that of bliss. Wo know that many pages Within the l,>ok of years She :as pursued with anguish Anitd her falling tears; That partings, change and doubt ing Have cai'd her muu1y fears. Forg ,tteu now eauch pang of woe, No grief again hier soul will know. We gazo at her (lear features, Wit hin the casket bound, Anl think that ,he is dwelling Where cha,nnt IgeIe e''t' is ountal That. thre no inful p rtlngs I kr loving lh'art w"ill wotund; And WeetPin,g for her, "lovel andl gone," We gatler strelgth to walk alone. Alengthe way bcfor"e us, Whilther, we do not know, It rny be strewn with blessings, - Andi pleasures We rnay know, Or, I hickly set wit Ii d:mrger:s, Many hring us naught but woe; Yet, o'er life's patiway, she has come At l...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 October 1887

L X V II P K S . . TR__O____. rr~h VO. XVIIlC:,.NS, S. C.. THURSDAY, OCTOBER6,18.N 2 - CAPTAIN TILLMIAN'S REVIEW OF TIl IC A11UMENTf ON TIE QZUESTION. He Invites a Full i)hscussion of the Subjcet 4and redIcts a Victory for tho Friends of the Prop)osed InRtitution. To the Editor of the News and Courier: In' my previous letters I have at one time or another answered or forestalled every argument which has over boon advanced against the separate agricultural collere, and it is disagreeable to have to go osr the same ground again. But the cpp ; nents of such a school in South Carolina, who realize and see that the idea is gain ing ground rapidly and surely, continue to repeat the threadbare and untenable - arguments against it that havo at various times been advanced by "Carolinian," Capt. Paul Hammond and others. I therefore feel constrained to again tako part- in the "controversy" or "discus sion," whichever it may be called. It is gratifying to note the fact that we have driven our a...

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. — 6 October 1887

J. E. HOGUGS & Co., 1roprIetors. PIC z C. Ii. S. C. 7'RJ1SI) , OCTOmB 6, 1887. r o ilhsri;ption, 1 .50 lteran""u, trictly int j<lvnitce: fr'i six tonths, 75. A dvertI iMentlet S i:i'1tl1'l at 1ne <ittlho persiptireofonu ineh or less f.t- i!u irust inserl iont ain ti ft v e;ts for 'h 1 heuin ' tent ints(rti nm. l,ihwr:tl Iistc 'iiht mo)I I) m'rehtnt s 1'l d.tlwerzi iIvertisingr 1fr six m'.nthsor iv t he v'etr. .+1litccar.vNti'sw:'xttt;lin;tlive1line'-, Tribunt s of RlZ",nert. ( ttttnnnint'ii s T1he A,1 mr i ist r tiT, on has :lt i lyl1' played a winn;ing cad iii paviig oil r c 1iay iillio;ns of bonds, and thns relieving the stringeilv in monev nnt. ters. The Pr(sidlent and his cahi net are the best inanciers the Nation Ins had since the war. UJncle .Tefl' )avis lui (1d01inedtl visit jug the Macon lair. Thint enter prising city will hiav' o turn its it tc:ntiontl t{i so me tthter great at trne Lion. P.-rhaplt1htiTilo Bill wvill haiv1' returneI lw tlhat ftinie. 11is plreselli...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 October 1887

4 ~ 'u you know any news inform the SEN - Pwhion mongers and manufacturers tuJe tho world. iuge Pressley is holding court at An dorson this week. Mr. Willie H. Ambler left for Woflord College last weok. Mr. T. t. 3ogge,, of Central, was quite sick last week. The cotton crop iq bettor than wa8 fe ported ten days ago. Cclumbia is making every preparation for tho Stato Fair. 1. The capacith of the Pelzer cotton mills is roon to be doublod. Start that dollar around. It will pay ten dollars in ten days. The law says you must not hunt birds until the 1st of November. Miss Bunio Anblr iA visiting relatives and friends in Spartanburg. A five year old daughter of Mr. Jaf. Cooper died on Last Thursday night. 'he sorghrunm crop this year will help to keep msay dollars at home next year. The Synod of South Carolinia will meet in Larlington on the 2d of Noven bor. ev. J. T. Parle passed through Pick ons last week onr his way to the Asc.cia tion. Pev. .. C. Danvis will begin a series of meetings ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 October 1887

A MIasquernder. To the beach when he came All our hearts grew athlne, For he was an Apollo in feature; And the gilding of~.birth Brightly crowned ell his worth, And we vowed him an elegant craatur ". But alas! for the spell From the gilded mark fell From our noble guest, handlsomec and witty; And we lemro I with chagrin We were all taken in By a vender of fruit from the city. THE RUSSIAN DOCTOi. fntertaining and Romantic Story from Roal Life. [ADAPTRD BnOM TIIE GEIu1AN O$ MMB. ELIsE POEKF .] BY MRS. FRANCES A. SIIAW. 2h0nslation Copyrighted, les7, by A. N. KeUogi Keupaper Company. CHIAI'TI:R V. -IIiNGS wv e ni t. on :s ustil in the 1 ,house of the Ilus .. i:ln doI)tor. I)e. '? 5t sir ee took 11(-1 datily lessnns wvhih' lh sketclh-Ibuok, declaringtht the forest andl its en1Viruns lIhred1 anl in( . haustile store of ittresting subje ts. ,.Cthe terra("e wa:s h is ('11>) 1n ph11- for. aquarelle painti ng; in Ile t'Vilight hours he saug to his olwn -a-"otnp:Iti.. ment on tih11 piano. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 October 1887

" r+ V _ ENS, S. 0. i IIL 1(SVA Y, OCTOBER 1; -- - illi 11il1tY OF A HERO. LEAVIIS FROM TH F LIFE OF FIGIIT. INO DICK AN1)ERSON. Southern Men in Norlhern Armies-An Al ternative of Duty or Sult-Interest-H. II. Anderson a Case in 'oint-ieminiscec(' of His Early Life ni the RIecord of Iis Military Carcor. (By a Member of Ills Military Family.) Those ofilcers of the army and navy of the United States who in 1861-62 were called upon to sever their connection with the service of which they were justly proud, and to which all of their youth and most of their mature years had been dovotLd, constituted a bravo and gallant band. They thought little of politics. Many of them had been for years sepa rated from home ties, and now, by the action of their States, they were con fronted by a question of duty on the one hand and on the other of yielding up their own interests and their love for the banner under which many of them had won renown in the past. A DELICATE QUESTION. They had been educated...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 October 1887

E.E. BOG,.US & Co., Proprkitor1 PIZ NSZ. . 3. 0. TUR$)DAY, OCTOBER 13, 1887. SorSUlseri ption $1.O)' tnaiun atriotl in wVitane11 '4m sIx ol,nthlii, ic". 'r ~Adveort iS(mtsl1f i nrrrl(edI aton doi4a1)1 perS<iu ret f ome uc1 or Iess for the tirst ine'rtin an'i lifty to'' ts for ac enhsegln - et,t in1sert10 . I,lhen.: el'irrl 1m 1:n mH ie t< mn'ercaitt. alth etlIi :tdvertisin lot six t . Sm- this er h,V thet var. Obititary Nft.ioeS ixcr<clin! flive lines, T1ributes of ltcspcr, (commtulnintiin of a pe rsotm cha mett or. wh1e1' admissalt wil he >rnre<l tr 1t.:adver l met4. The Press and Banner is profound ly grateful to Charleston for subscrib ing $2,000 to the Carolina, Cumber land Gap and Chicago Railr.ad. It wonl'l not have expressed more grat. ifieatiot on the subscription of a 00,0(1t. We mv vet find that th< Presa and Banner was pokintg fun at the city by the s-a. The President and his wife are havinr tle gra dest, hridal tour ever taken by a' ' ctn 1ole. lie ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 October 1887

T1E SEN \EL. J. . Of , EdHn r. J. E. BO(* .'& Uo., Proprietors. PICZLNSa C. I. S. 0. THUR't1)AY, OCTOBER 13, 1887. F' orSubscriptiony $1.5()m am>m, t ri't iv i al via In fr si xmont11hs, l . Av1r41'tLS('1ltS ie1r1R(t ei at on doilut per' stl r'e fonn( i ('I less f('r the first 1is'rti.1o :11'l Ii f e t''' Is fr eahi 'ulhse(u1 e4nt inse(rt ie .t. iluibe -. lirre 11t made1('to mkrclI tl I ntl'i ')tet nidvertisng Fur six mt- ts er 1' tho venr. Oiitulry N oti('es exceeding five lines, - Triltes of 1;("spe'rt, (Com muni'euti44n4 of a pe("rswm(:tl ('',bar-4't ('r. W1ee :ul issale will I u'('liei r li 1.r es :vuiertiseml('t . The Prss and Banner is prof<nmn(d. ly grateful to Charlest(n for suhscrib Ing $2,001) to the Carolina, Cnmber land Gap nd Clictgo Railr)ad. It wotll'1 1ot have expressed more prat ifieatiotn on the subscription of a 0f,((1. We mar vet find that the Prere ancd Banner was poking fun at the city by the sea. The Prenlentt and his wife are havinf the rnid t. brid...

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