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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 November 1887

TIE SENTINEIL J. E. O I1tov. -:I. E. E0(IGs;(b.. 'Pr4prietors PICY<ENS C.1IH. S. C. TIIUI{SIAY, NOVEMIII E 4, 1887 I orSuibseription, $1 .t() per:nmumt strictly in nlvan"ce, for nt h).Ius, 7 c, (lvertistrneuts in.st-tl :tt on iiollai )lersqiare of one inoh 'ioss for tli flirsi tnRtrtio)n an.1 tiftvce"nts foiri li sublsl <pU 'Cnt Inlsettion. l.ihe!rdaliscous m:; l t - lurehants tlu dt hers arh; t"itisngtor si) months 1' by the vt':r. 'Obituary N ot.iceu4 eX! eedllin fivr line , 'rrilut's of Rtei;pi'te , (oinulilcltit lom of a pwrsonal chaar(tr, whrn admnissnbht vill ti hclotetl for as :alvt rtisOets. IHIS PAPER mn Atnjj . nhA rtt"c4*1r 'Advertiding furrau H sinir,co n g contract e uuvt h3a4. tu>r ia 1Zr NW 1 OKM,. iierr Most has been ttrresttd in New York for makilg inflamifory Rpeeches . If he don)'t look out Herr1 neck will be::4'tc<li, Neither prese1nt or prsp((ctive co t tion will do fI )r denocrat. M11iSH Nellie Cooke wvts the ;ohlen 'hairetl dlenocrtie ttnidiclatt f...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 November 1887

of (4rcen villo, havc Misa Annie Mfy Griffin will soon be out again. Paints and Oils ''t bottom price' al Sloan Bros. Services in the Mothodist 'Clurch to lay (Thursday.)1 Pretty 'much every thing in the pair line at Sloan Bros. Last Sabbath night was 'iio coldesi of the fall. Ice in abiundanco. A prudent man will not risk his rcpu" tation for veracity on dog storiee. Mr. John A. Higgins at suburban rosi dent of Easloy is soon to move into town. The Pickens County )elegation an Awerod to roll call in Colunbin iu the 22d inst. The sportsmen, Prof. McCtley, Maj. Lewis and )r. I3ramlett, bagged several birds last week. - ev. Sam .lonoq just clarges $3no a lecture, but the ''poor have the gospel preached to them." 'f 'oi want to go west write t.) 1 roi D. Bush, Atlanta, (la. He can tell y' u all about the best way to go. At the Newhe rry Se5isionls l,"(t week Lion. Geo. .Juhhnlton0 wVas asquiIted of the aurder of Mr .John diOil'N. John Sterirtll dlied at his home in ]i((l mnont Saturday...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 November 1887

KNEILAL NW$ NOTIM. Itema of Iutere.t ulth.red from Vartoui Quarterr. Gen. Valentine 3aker is dead, aged 52, Strlkes have been renewed on eight plan tations near bhriever, La. The city of Limerick has beeu pro claimed under the Crimes Act. The land commission has reduced rents In County Limerick, Ireland, 40 per cent. The President has accepted the resigna tion of Land Commissioner Sparks. A special conference on the inspiration of the Bible is in sessirn at Philadelphia. R. T. Wilson, a prominent lawyer of Petesburg, Va., has become a Methodist preacher. *Visitors to Tullanore jail declare that Mr. O'Brien has greatly clianged, and that lie refuses to take nourishing food. The one hundred and fifth session of the Virginia Methodist Con fereuce is in eession at Danville, Bishop Key presiding. The President has accepted the resigna t ion of Lan Commissioner Sparks, to take effect at'once. At IIancock, Mich., yesterday, the ptack inghouse of the IIancock Chemical Works was blown up, an...

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

t ~no I VOL XVII. PICKENS, S. C., TIIURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1887. NO. 10. 101I1 HOUSES COMIC IIOWN To VOR K ] ANI) BUSINESS. A Nutmber of Iiportant Iltoasurey Iut ro tittuod, and Vaialsly DIsposed Of. r COLUMJIA, November 20.-The Lois- 1 islature of South Carolins is a large body, u but it doesn't tako long for it to como 1 together when the law commands. On Monday there were few signs of the up preaching session, until the evening trains brought nulbers of Senators and Represent atives. Tho arrivals cord inod r till just before the hour for meeting, and by that time there were few members of i either branch who were not ready for the 1 roll-call. Everybody very naturally wendod his way to TII: STATE HOUSE d which, by authority of the Legislature, f has been improved and refitted in a s manner at once handsomo and sub.s.tn.t- t tial. Its present condition and arrninge mont are in marked contrast with those of former and recent years. Since J.7G f the man who 'ntcrcd that hail amt re- (...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 December 1887

HE SENTINEL 3. E.UOG1s, Yc_tiior'. E. BOGGS;& Co., Proprietors. ;PICKENS C.i?. . C. ' T DAY, DECTDIB'ER 1, 18S7. I orSihscript.ion, :$1 .TiO peru'i nm m. trict,ly in ad v:anc; for six ' r lnt!I , 7 3r. ' tdiertisemlentsM in-.rr . :rt t1ne d1nl pcrsnureofone 1In(11 (-1 ' fr tLh Iir:t iecrttoi anud 1ift y c m t 1 1i ,i ;, . m t insecrti(tm. 1,.ihirl: i : ti ) e' . II) o ;n' e h:h rt' ',o. 'r:tr :ttl,c tt!I fh r .-ix 'tn t,ths , - ': "," ..r f.-t)itliary N 4)111i ''- ( \(c 'lin' t?- "( t. ' n Triblltct (.1 i p Ii l , ( 1D nm:it' : if a p)cr onal ei:miat ''. wh(nl 1hihi;1 rv111 te'r !ut 4'l fo2)r as: h-i4 rl.i m' et,l. 'orningT rea innprT+e:n. . 44r4c f!i.e . nt24 .trati uay >o made for i I 1 W I'OJ j. . Jack (rif1in was a(qUitle( lat Fi i (lreecvililet of tim crgr,e (f t:aking Ias from:n ti \ir [,ine tr;tins. 1i.'l the nnuouincciieen of I he verdict :re W1as ptl)1au:;e. .111',e Pr. sl' . once orcdered ie Shei' ii ct.: (w*;( () (1o01'S nia ar'est tei part lu u tn lty the inidigni...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 December 1887

@0 for thle ess convened last 11on day. Ambler poetoffioe in this county has been disoontinued. Pretty much every thing lu"the path line at Sloan Bros. Sweet potatoes are selling in Anderson at 25 cents per bushel. Post-office hours have been changed to 9 a. m., and 5 p. m. Atlanta wont "wet" last Saturday by a majority of 1,000 or more. Come to the Oyster supper at the Col lego next Friday ovening. The South Carolina Conferenco meets this week in Spartanburg. D. C. Moore was acquitted of compli 'city in the Air Line Robberies. The bridgo across Twelvo Mile at Mr. W. B. Allgood's nelda repairing. cPrator's Creek has as good a rcLool house as can be found in the County. Bead MoFall's Almanac for December and find where you can got good bar gains. Mr. 0. H. P. Fant has purchaed the Stanton roeidence and will soon mo'ce to Seneca City. It is thought that P. W. B. Freeman was elected Probate Judge in Groenville last Saturday. Clarissa llrgood, an aged colored wo man, died at her home ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 December 1887

THE FIFTIEl:TH CONG14ESS. The Complexion and Probable Attitudo of the House. (From the IBaltimnore Sun.) The 5th of December, the date on which the Fiftieth Congress will begin its labors, is already near at hand. Within the short space of three weeks the members of the National Legislaturo will have assembled at Washington and have taken stops of preparation for too work of a long session. Both houses of the Fiftieth Congress will be of the same political complexion as in the Forty ninth, but with a diminished majority for the party dominant in each. That i to say, the enato will continuo Repub lican by a majority of 2, as against a majority of 8 during the Forty-ninth Congress, while the house will be Dem ocratic by a majority of 43 in the Forty ninth Congress. The fact that the coming session precedes immediately a Presidential election lends extraordinary interest to its work, discourages the 'x peotation that much useful legislation will be accomplished. The Senate and house, u...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 December 1887

VO,Xf,- PICKENS, S. C. TJlJTI pT Y DECEMBER8,17.N1. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. BOTH 1BtANCIES ALIEADY DOWN TO VIRY HAIti) WOEIK. Several Measures of Importance Itocelve Final DipoeItion-A Nynopsia of the Pro ceedings In loth l ouses. COLUMBIA, December 3.-Perhaps at no session of the Legislature has there ever boen, after the close of the second week only, such a showing in the way of actual work, as the body now in session makes to the people. Both Senate and House evidently came here here with the determination to clear up the crowded calendars left from last session, and thus promptly clear the way for the work of the prosent. By iteady and judicious work, the measures standing over have been disposed of, and already several bills of importance, introduced this ses sion, have mot; their fato-have been passed or killed. REMovINO OBSTU(TIoNB TO NAVIGATION. About the first real discussion of the present session camo up on the bill to prohibit the obstruction of navigation by bridges over...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 December 1887

*SNTINEL $ , OQQIG 1, Editor. - BOGGS,& Co., Proprietors. T ~URB3DAY, DE(CEMEiLR 8," 1 &. F' orSubscri ption, $I.50 peran in stci'tly i L' adva;we; t'or six m:n t hs, 7 Se. AdveIt, ments I iset e. at Ole dolua r)0r q'are of one inak sch or Me for the tirst insertion n( lift V cient s for (;ach sublseq'u et inosertion. Liheral discouit nade to in)?rch:ats and others advertisotng for six rm)uths or by the year. Obituary Not.ie' exceed int; live lines, 'Tributes of Itespect, (ntu.nieatins of a p(rs)onal eharacter, vhen admissable Wvill b$echtae f'or a asdv ertisenets. There ought to be a constitutional amomdment protecting the law in re lation to trial julsticos and constables from amendment for four yearn at least. What is the use of a bill to iuves. tigate the financial affairs of Claron don county! - What is the matter with the Grand Jury? They can etn)loy an export and fix that littlo business all right. Mr. Potts has signed up the con tract for building that portion of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 December 1887

.. c4 '4SonBo n 'r is to Lave a Ohiitmas tree. ' il thie PtoolamMto of Jtidge San ' 'a Claue. *and Oi ' ' bottom prie. at - - loa Broe. Never lee ahe abont a house in a wooden bor. Mr. J. P. dArey is tending the Su preme Court. Mr. S. J. Johnson thinks his hog was the fattest in town. Pretty much every thing in the pai nt line at Sloan Bros. Sparkling bright and boautiful Christ mas things at afdph'aI'A. The business honnes ?of Piekona wIll eho clomod on Christmas day. We regret to learn of the serious illness of Coroner James A. Lesley. Mr. S. Cherry MoWhortor has onr thanks ror ome nice turnips. Mr.s John Ell"nherg, of liuribaine Township, died on the 1st inst. Mrs. - rolgor, of Central, visi ted the family of I)r. Riley last week. Our Yerchants have every thing you need for Xmas. Exainine their slocks. Mr. Robert Jenkins and family left Liberty last Monday for Birmingham, Ala. The Greenville Teo Mill has made an assignment for the benefit of its oredi tora. Piokens Count.y was no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 December 1887

tIGHT. s, Curses and Divided Negro lght..The Anti's herald.) ber 26, 1887. y voted on the ion to-day and de weotion follows one of -ng pglitical campaigns xsed in Georgia. An extreme .cterness; running often into person 4tities, marked it. Its excitement reach ed a climax last night when th-usauds of voters marched and bivouacked in the streets to be ready for an early advance upon the polls. The PLidmont exposition did not close until the 22d of October, and both sides agreed that during the progress of the exposition nothing whatever should be done by either side, as it would mar the unity of the citizens in their enthusiastic support of the exposition. Both sides plunged into the fight with wonderful activity as soon as the exposi tion was over. In two days after the exposition closed the fight was on in all its fury, and excited more interest and activity than had ever been shown in a campaign before in this city. For over a month the citizens have been engaged in the contest. M...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 December 1887

lIaaT. s, Curses and Divided Negro .ght--Thte Anti's 'k herald.) ber 26, 1887. ty voted on the ion to-day and de ,cotion follows one of tng political eampaigns aed in Georgia. An extreme .terness; running often into person alities, marked it. Its excitement reach ed a climax last night when th tusands of voters marched and bivouacked in the streets to be ready for an early advance upon the polls. The Pidmont exposition did not close until the 22d of October, and both sides agreed that during the progress of the exposition nothing whatever should be done by either side, as it would mar the unity of the citizens in their enthusiastic support of the exposition. B3oth sides plunged into the fight with wonderful activity as soon as the exposi tion was over. In two days after the exposition closed the fight was on in all its fury, and excited more interest and activity than had ever been shown in a campaign before in this city. For over a month the citizens have been engaged in the contes...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 December 1887

b V. OL. XVI LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. theenfo ryin ast i al 10weapons;.w als car n othing no Wa developeq in relation Ttne wANINi ---- NO-2 AAU. t 0 /. 4 on i cu s - W . B . w m WHAT~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ WHPesout0 .1 1(,on in which Mr CTY I -t a I - FOlt THE 8TATL. Several Ilmportant Measures tcoeh e Fl ConsideratOi.--Syn"IO,818 of the Pvoce Inge Thereon. COnLUMrA, December 10.-The wc of the Legislature has progresed rap ly and satisfactorily for the past we( The more important measures acted will now be noticed. THE CRIMINAL LAW. The bill to regulate the criminal pro tice in this State has passed the Hou and Senate both and is now before ti Senate judiciary committee, who u considering the House amendment The following is the text of the bill as left the House: Section 1. That every indictment sha be deemed and adjudged suflicient an good in law, which, in addition to sec ting forth the time and place, as no, provided by law, charges the crime sub staitially in the language of the com mo,* ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 December 1887

s7 /I" vOL,XVII. OIICKENS, S. C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1887. NO. 12. Ij I t1IT~1fAtItI?I1 t11~ff1ti~txN O..,12. Ji.I.iOIan L I V rai I tI i'i iU1VJI1 J1 , WHAT THIE LAwMAKEIKS HAVE I)ONE FOiL TIHI STATE. 1 several Imlportant MieaKures Recivo Flial ConsideratIon--Synopsi,s of the Proceed- 1 Ing Thereon. t CoLuhImA, December 10.-The work d of the Legislature has progressed rapid ly and satisfactorily for the past week. b The more important measures acted on t will now be noticed. t TIE CRIMINAL LAW, a The bill to regulate the criminal prac- k tioe in this State has passed the House V and Senate both and is now before the w Senate judiciary committeo, who ire C considerin the House amendments. n The following is the text of the bill as it 1 left the House: p Section 1. That every indictment shall n be deemed and adjudged sufficient and a good in law, which, in addition to set- aI ting forth the time and place, as now provided by law, charges the crime sub- E stantially in the language...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 December 1887

T{E SENTINL. J. E. BOGGS, Editor. t I. iE? oCGS'&Cb..'Proprietors. PICEZ S.!fl. S. C. O> T1I%LY, DECEMiAER 15, 1S7. drSnbscrlption, $1.50 perannumm. strictly in advance; for six mnitlO4, 75c. AivortIOmonts linserted t aone dollait per square of one Incla t>nless for'tlie lirw t insertion andl flity centa ior each subscqiu ."ent insertion. Liberal tliscount mtnate to mqrchaits 5nil othtn's udvertising fdr si'.?' In-niths-t" y the year. 4 bituary N otlceR exceeeling; fivcelinCs, r,Ihutes of tespect, Comunnications of a personalcharact er, when a<lmissable wIll 1 lecharged for as alvrtisemiets. Your ltles. you determine to iuvost your montey ina tract of land, be snue that the titles are all'right; before you trade. ItEwill jnstj take five dollars toIhavohe !uatt'r thoroughly inves tigated. There have been several inl stances in our country, where a prop or investigation woul i have sav'ed the partiies niore than a hundred dollars. 4;; "You cannot rely much on a warantv. I...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 December 1887

Oo te Drts ml ~1a nroe. Sei ot&oe of b e'I btting. Bring on the Ol sinus Thhey. Relp the CbrIBtna1W' -eeajid be mer The Treasurer was orbwded last Mon day. Slrietly pure leadb%h set. Sloan Bros. A fruit tree well planted is a goo$ln vestment. And he closed the books to-day--treas. er Hil did. Paints and ilk at b 1omi prioei at Sloan Bros. Rev. J. M. Stewart has been quite ill for several days. Pretty'tdtich every thing in the paint lhe M S1oan Bros. The Can for the Christmas Tree is going to be superb. There has been a large area sowed in wheat in this county. Now you have the preacber paid Up, what about the:printer? A Good Mule for Sale. Appjy to R. A. Child or J. E. Bogga. The bridge across Rice's Creek'it'Mr. Hughes mill needs repairing. Claudo and Eugeno Alexaider wlio have been quto siok are out again. Miss Unity Clayton last week visited the family of Col. Hollingsworth. W ien you pay off fdifr mortgagee see that they are marked satisfied on the records. Send us four new ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 December 1887

TilE COMMON LAW. A LEAi%ED EA %os1io ' 01' 'I'IlIE 8UI. .1E4T li MIR. IIISHUP. The Weak 'lacs In our Connton La --The Difference Between Judges and Jurists How Many Law Hooks Aru Made Tihe Quostilon of Codification. (From the Columbia i)aily itecord.) At 6.45 last evenhig the mem+bers of the Bar Association assenblcd in the Synate Chamber at the State house. After disposing of some routine nusiness and electing two new members, Messrs. Paul IIemphill and T. E. McLurc of Ches ter, the Asscition repaired to the I tall of the house of ltepresentatives. The memi hers passed in by couples. the procession being headed by the lion. Wmn. 11. P'arker, the retiring President of the Association, and the distinguished orator of the occa sion, the Iiou. Joel Prentiss I ishop of Massachusetts. They were followed by other distinguished members of tie Bar. In a few minutes every chaiir in the llouse was oceupied, not a few of then by ladies. On the Speaker's platformt were the officers of the Assoc...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 December 1887

VOL. XVII. YICKENS, S. C., ThUR D.AY, DECEMBER2,I87NO13 TIlE STATE LEGISLATURE. TUE FOURTH WeEK OF TlE SESSION SOWS CONSII)EIiA IILE WORK Many Measuref of Public ItereKt Adopted or ReJected--A Jood Showing, in Work, for a Very Working Ilody. CoLUuiA, December 17. -The record of the fourth week of the present session shows up well in the matter of work hard work-on the part of both Senate and House. While the output of bills may not be very large, yet the number of important matters settled speaks well ' for the industry of both branches of the General Assembly. Below wilt be found a synopsis of the proceedings. TnIE UN IVElRs1TY. The bill conoernivg the University, which has been fully outlined in this correspondence, came up as a special order in the Senate. With it were ap pointed for considceration tho two bills providing for a separate agricultural col lege. After the adoption of some formal amendments proposed to the University bill Senator Youmans, one of which provided for th...

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

_&flTR SENTINEL. - BOGGS'& Co., Proprietors, PIOKENS C.;H. S. C. 1'iTSDAY, DECEnte E 18h7 F orSubscrit1on, g:1 MO(pernnnum t trictly in s(1 vane; for six mo, t Ihs, 7I)( .AdlvertisemtlenltM Iunrtted at on) (lll pcrsquare of one inch or less fir the firs insertion amtl(1 fifty cen I s fyr ('ach sub>sp (t ent Insertion. Libera1 dis(voulnt t( l t I e' mf'erehantts al1 others a<1vertisintc for si) months or by tIe year. Obituary Notlees excee"dic iVlines, Tributes of ls1iec(t, (>mtnnaent io of at personal (:rnet (r, Whcen lnliS:thi( ii11lhe charged for as at1(vrt iscnets. . ~ 5'IS PAPER ltfof? annn mAlo |; t advertitng lur.au (f)sprne . whonr. ndrte ng .aseractpt m&.y be )nado ur 1 N IEW YuUa. The direct Tax Bill has 1been repor ted favortV in the United S.ttes Senate. The Prospe ct for tardyv jt;s tico to the Southern S tates is h gr) t .eing. The In dep eindeits were sNtoweci nnlt (er in the (h:rle"'ton Mnicipall cle 'ion last week. [hey ;ad a Worse defeat than th...

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

", ''IIE CO0 A LE," ~RTEE SENTINEL e f,. BOGus & Co., Proprietors. PICKENS C.;H. S. C. TUB8oAY, DECE:Ij1ER t! 1887 F orSubscrIptioni, $1 .O perannimn trictly in aid Van(c;for siN mnt s, 7fir d .A(Vertisemecnts 1insertvil at onie (1011h1 1)persquare ofone 10nch or less for the firsi insertionand1fi fty cenIts for eacht i('gl ent Insert lOn). iIh)('1 d io t 111 tc msreh;ants al others ad vertisilg for si\ months or by tIhe ye yr. Obituary Nltiers :xceed ieir live I;nes, 'Trniutes of It0s)(t, (')nmtinientios)s of a personalch:arat er, wVhen a<lmissaleI( wil1 h'harga+d for as advert isonets. E 5'HIfS PAPER 7% t1"45L Advertiaing Iuarau t o3sprnce Sr. . wheri n d vein -aontaacraty ao ado fur tI IL NEW OM,. The diie.t Tax Bill has I eon repor. ted favortliy in the Ulnited Sttes Senate. The 1)inospect for tardy ja:s tice to the Suuthtrln-l States is hig). t eong. ---------- ----------- ---." - Tle Il(l(epeullnf~s w.ere snowied nn der in the (larlc't011 Municiptal (1( c .tion last wee...

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