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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 December 1907

4R A 111 SENTINEL-JOURNA. /gI~ FQurei , 1903 4 ?ioienat t3. 0.$ m soocd 010.8mattvro Ander aot of Congress of Marob 8 1879. ~ VQL, XXKVII, 1gz3, 8090H CAROLINA, 1HURSDAT. 11019111% 12 107 Ain't Th Txvwoof the Con Baby THESE ARE BRIGHT FAC We vill publisih 1wo more uext we. k Oau publish the pioturoa. N. D. Taylor will be in him studio in day thOrLater until Dec. 15th. This unlutest. c~bae< December 18 It. 190 The Gatherer. The Comings and Goiigs (f Peopie-t Som - yoa k iaw, a , j y su do't. BY MizsS G HGMtUBBARD O ~ ~ ~~1 411i111eneua ace given iby Meo,4-is. O-c..r ravellv mid Av.-rv Looper, tit tlie residetice of Bailey Robiiinsn, V . ~Ilj iedl bY a ntuimber of younatg pp-ople Those preset -M-ore M itises 0 1 Ivchey-, Dorm IUen. W-k1, Mary Luoio, Nora Jimes, Joeie .Chustaiy,, E'.ize tird, MaId and Hortonse'StansOell uand Meussrs Sam -Craig, John Craig, .Jtck LewiR. Ar 'thur Lew~is.x-irimn and Norman Hol der, Jesse Morris, Furman Morris, Catlile 'Newton, Frank Smith of EmitEl1, F...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 December 1907

PREMIUM Li OF THE P ICKENS COUN' Fair Assca DECEM1B1 19, 20, 21 1907 PICKENS, - H. Snider has his stock repleaished for the holday trade with new patterns in watobes, lockets, bracelets, etc. A fair line of emblem goods also sev. oral brands of standard quality silver. More new goods will be in before this reaches you. Make somebody glad with a nice piece of jewelry from this stock. Sale for Partition. On Saleeday in January, 1909, we will sell to the highest responsible bidder, one hundred and twenty (120) acres of land, known as the Robinson Mill tract, located in Dacusville township, waters of Carpenter'sCreek. Good --nill on place. now running. Tvo fine shools on creek. tleveral acres good bottom, 20 to 80 acres in cultivation, balance well tini bered. Terms of sale: One-half cash, balance in twelve months with interest from day of sale. Purchaser to pay for all papers. D. F. Sutherland, J. M. Crenshaw. Agents for heirs of Mary A. Sutherland, deceased. Teachers Notice. Pickens, ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 December 1907

THE SENTIN EJOURNA. Elutered April 28, 1908 at Pickeus, 8. 0., as second class matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VO.1XVI ICSINSL SOUTH CAROLINA; THURSDAY, DICUBME 12 1907 .2? DO NOT KNOW CA Modern People Have N Diseases, Accordi Does human health depend on one organ alone? This question is becom lug widely discussed since L. T. Cooper first advanced his theory that the stomach is the true seat of life and all health dependent upon it. Mr. Cooper, who has met with re markable success in the sale of his new medicine, believes that the stom ach is responsible for most sickness, and that this organ is weak in the present generation. While discussing this theory recently, he said: "I am asked time and again to tell why my medicine has made such a record wherever I have introduced it. My answer always is, 'because it restores the stomach to a normal condition.' No one will deny that today there are more half-sick men and women than ever before Nothing critical seeps to be th...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 December 1907

Pickns Sentinel-Journa] IF'UBmSBRD BVERTY THURSDAY MORNING. -r-BY The Sontinel-ournal Company. TDOMiSON & RICHEr. PROPs. J. L. 0. TIOfMPSON, EDITOn. Subsoription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Bates Reasonable. Mitered at Pickens Frstomee an second Class Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12 1907. A JUNK HFAP. This is the time of year when, in the course of everte, bills are due and being paid. Tbis year, the price of cotton bas hindered many bills being paid. The merchants have mortgages and liens to make them secure of their money fur guano and supplies advanced and can foreclose when these papeis fall due. They are not doing so from the fact that they want to show their patrons, the farmers, every courtesy and consid oration. But suppose they did ft ra close: Wouldnu they be the possess: ole of veritable "junk shops," for their papers call for a heap of unique and peculiar things-doge, cow. mules, horses, wagons, farming tools. household and kitchen furniture, cloth...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 December 1907

1 FOLG~ Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gen Walkover and Zeigler Sh< Call for Butterick Patterns. aFBI Happenings of a Ld'eoal and Personal Nature. Toya, firewvorks and fruite n Coopor''s. C. E. R~obinseon wox~t to Atli'nta on busiife last week. All gods8 p~urchaisedi from~ 'H, Sniser Call and insec(t 1L. Sndr'sf lin' -Of now jewelry, cut glasse, .anld sil-wr, all of wvhichi a're ismitale for Chr'isuus' r<~ TheIi~ poitry show0~ hem'I;- held in3 Gree5 nl )iCis we ist~E~ bein we1.(ll paf; roived.l~ ~) iuerlL ha exhibits from this' '1(1 cou t. i il~.. 8 Ilbs god parchted errgee for $1l.00. at D.ve h B. Cooper's. Ji tolr'vi MrIie.v, a he home(o Rev. ii.Q C. Lef jt in w4gon back of Craig )t ros. clo v.k . Ti.l ( *'wn'r of w' o '1! plas leaveeloakat. tis omi. w at and t .im Lhe Dhrc al ar visii dngel anved i on d-- I lt e son. 'fI ho lrw n turn het'r m this ek .At. toHli ~lti notsvil rieiusl r there holidayster wih her sTlvei itbu Aant ll a inet a1f( bef imprne ie Butnd te solt hverbc.. d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 December 1907

CHATTANOOnGA Revers- Disc Pows Now is the time to prepare your land mor another crop, aid to make your preparation thorough you should have a Cnattanooga Reversible Disc Plow. Plows "A Cumin' and a Coin' " It is the only successful Reversible Disc Plow built, it is simple in design, few in paits and easy to operate on the hillsides or level land, in short, to be good any where at any time when plowing, can be done. We have just received a car load of these plows and a full list of repairs and we will make prices right. Heah=Buc=Moro Co Leaders in Low Prices. We will accept Clearing House cerificate on Columbia banks in- payment ot accounts or for goods bought of us same as cash. XMAS GOODS. The time is now at hand when everybody will be expecting a gift, a present or a remnem brance. Do not wait too long to make your purchase. Come to see us while our stock is complete. Our storeroom is now filled to overflowing with the best selected and biggest stock of Christmas goods ever shown ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 December 1907

Business Localsi Notices of Hale, Wants, Swaps, etc, inserted in this Column at ? cents per line for each iusertion. Nothing taken for less than 10cents. Fon SALE-17 acres, originsal forest, l miles north of Pickens, $80 an more; 71 acres west of Woodall Mountain, 10 aores branch hottom, balance in timber, 10 W - 0, ONeh deal. E. F. Kxrru. i... yo. i, Pickens,. C. S. V oit la'i left all of his shop 1o e!t at: w-it) 13. P. Parons for colleution rl,. WoI( i !1, owing him to come forward and maske payment. A few first class sewing machine, is aightly used to be sol4 at greatly re duced prices. Also sewing machines re paired. Call at Craig Bros. 0. P. Knight. Ask to see our assortment of remnant laces. ' Price by the bunch 10o theyard, Craig Bros. Carload of Obelisk Flour just received at H. A. Richey's. WANTED.-500 bushels will 4 pay highest market price; ca or trade. nov. 0.tf Ashmore & Nimmons. Pay your guano bills at once. I can not carry these accounts any longer. Come to see u...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 December 1907

Piokens, R. 0. 4. A very pleasant pound supper wa enjoyed at the residence of Mr. anl Mrs. Elijath Hayes last Thursda evening. Names wore drawn by th, young men to decide whit young lady each would accompai; to the dining-roorm, which was ber.u tifully decorated with holly. Afte supper lvas served they played nu morous games. Mr and Mrs. Dock Chapman, o the Mount Tabor section, were thc guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Chap man last week. Osio Day and wife, of Greenville were the guest of their fathe'r, W. T. Day, last week. I think, Mr. Editor, that when you get through with the baby show you ought to let all of your writers seni in their pictures. What do the cor - respondents say to this? Elijah Hayes and wife visited their father in Greenville last week "Pansy," what has become of you-? "Mountain Spr.tut," if you don't mind yeu'll get frost-bit. "Old Rid dlie," I thank vou for the kind coin pliment last week. A lady said to me the other day: "'Clevie,' what makes you write such str...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 December 1907

THUE SENTINEL KOURNAL Entered April 28, 1903 at Piokens, S. ., ga seoond class matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. T& Vn. 110198, SOUTH CARLINA, ?HIAIDs ECIMBD 10 1907 C FROM OUR CORI Central. Route 2. Kings school is progressing nice 1w under the maugelnent of Mis MyK% Dunwoody. of Oentral. Miss Fannie Voirath is suffering &am a eevere attack of rheumatism. *6 with ber a speedy recovery. Mrs. Stephen Smith was found -i in the yard of her home, on. D. " .L A.eti' plaintation, near Six Milie, rat Friday. Her body wag intotred .a tIe P asant Hill cemetery Su 4 y A. tternoon. -te, and Mrs. D. H. Kennemur Wted the latter's parents at New Hoape, Sunday. Ris Mattie Smith left Saturday A Eeeley. where she will spend meweaf days with her uut, Mrs. Jou. W'ig~r -tuat rplaee. Rev. wm; Wailker. will- preach. at easant Kill lBapList churcli 'nexi W[as Berta .yones.tinw.engaged in 1m6aftieg echoul at. New. Hope, vis, ited home follis.Sunday. LEa4ie Morgan. if the Pleasant RifI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 December 1907

'W . Pickens Scnt l.Journa resBsuMNW avaIn TH NVEDAsr mORNM. BY The SentinelJournal Company. TiomisoN & lIOUBr, PRows. J. h. 0. THOMPSON, EDon. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising utes Reasonable. Untered at Piokens FostoOfe 68 Second 01406 Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19 1907. Salmagundi. As we understand it, cash is be. ginning to pine for fresh air.--St. Joseph News. Many Democrats, says the Wash ingtoba Star, disagree with Mr. Bryan until he comes to town. Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt has be tome a life member of the New York State Assembly of Mothers. The East London Primitive Meth odist Mission has given 33,144 break fasts to hungry children, besides taking care of 6.310 homeless and destitute men and women. There is one thing about football, it puts a lot of real money in circula tion.--[Minneapolis Journal. Quail are $5 a dozen. This should entitle the quail to a place on the new $5 gold piece. -[St. Louis Post - Dispatch. According to the Indianapolis ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 December 1907

THE SENTINEL OUpNAL Entered April 28, 1908 at Piokene, 8. 0., 0a seoond clas matter, under act of Congress of Marob 8, 1879. L1CAR.OLINA, THURIDAY DC I 19 110, La Grippe. An ache in the back, A :d a pain in tpe head That's the Grippel A choke in the throat, And a yearning for bed Thats the Grippel A river of hest, Then a shiver of cold, A feeling of being Two hundred years old; A willingness, even, To do as you're told - That's the Grippel An arrow of pain, now In this place, now there That't the Grippe! A feeling of doubt As to where you are at That's the Grippel A stupid sensation Of course, wholly newl - A foolish depression - Why should you ftel blue? A doubt as to whether This really is you That's the Gri1.pel Strange visions at night, That deprive you of rest That's the Gripptl A taste in your mouth, and A weigbt on your chest Tha's the Gripptl A tired sensation TIbat rusns thro' your veins, A queer combination Of oches and of pains, A vapid admission Of absence of brtins That...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 December 1907

2UBVISWBD XV*AB TBURSDAY KOBNIN --BY ?.hUentln4ouradlCompany. TORPaoN & RIoHJ. PRoPs. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Bates Beasonabi Mtered at Plohen FmstofcO AS 50011n 014 Mail Matter P'ICKEN4S, S. C.:s THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19 1907. Many weekly papers throughot the country are raising the price < subscription from $1 to 1.50 per yes an account of the advance in the piric of paper, It is the desire of the mai agement of this paper to keep t price at $1 a year and it the subsctil tions are paid in full this can be don, but this price can be maintained oni by the absence of loss on subscril tions. Now, if our kind friends au patrons will stand by the Sentinel i the future as in the past, the pap4 will remain at the present price of I * year. Thanking you all in advant we remain yours for happiness at prosperity for 1908 The Sentinel-Journal. We are proud of the record we ai making with this paper. New sul scribers are coming in every day, an ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 December 1907

Cltig4heHt n e WakvrIn ege h Cal o Bterc Pters Cthing,0c Shestr Hat your Goey Cackfo D.tec B.atoer. ExkousSeioftegleyside was inSA Pickens Li Thursaye cmehit up toe firec Fhriday. t iso Ofriceerrickban cfener Go-b etire c Sutsfitcery t yoedride mon backn tD.B Cope'. B op Exoisofe thShef foud the roae sde upg t isc ie anew panto hhiso OfieD. Tayrr, otogaher, willeb ine hiantdi ing Pickes an Satur dthe 1ist. prre to teyour phtorp infth earyi bridgtye of hiure. N fOrletvu~ thedae gall otDs Bucae-o . Conider wi. eenaedro harotguna tinmen oficena bye unden he ro. m.Te publi irecordiallrbyite. Sweeat tixe oice d pegfr qthis D. B. Tooper,htgrpe,.ilb phtora. in the Lodge baes stleted hirt on forg the datig earan Ail ll on purhaed frondaynider ini.Taneaenranedilfree vefach ange. aferwilbeto himaes ener taiinnt ivnay te chren. ofhio m The. pubices anyrhingy hvie, wetie Pils 2proier tost 000 BETTE E HEAR a lot of tall has ever felt it, 9j to pers everybody de Our October and Noi years. The rea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 December 1907

CHATT Revers ible Now is the time to prepare your land for a should have a Chattanooga Reversible Disc Plo Plows "A Cui It is the only successful Reversible Disc P1 operate on the hillsides or level land, in short, I done. We have just received a car load of these right. Heath=Bruc Leaders i We will accept Clearing House certificate bought of us same as cash. XA AE The time is nowv at hand when ev brance. Do not wait too long to make complete. Our storeroom is now filled to ov Christmas goods ever shown in this pt For the young folks and babies w We have i ,ooo dolls to show you and hamocks from 25c to 75c. We ha rather show you. A nice line of jewelry, a splendid Silver cups shown Iromi Soc up. Japanese hand painted Chi nawaire Hand painted Chinaware from 7c tian ed. Lap writing desks from 75c to $ saucers $1.25 per set. Water. sets an from 25c to $i o. Manicure Caises u knives forks and spoons $1.25 to $3 Do not forget Lowney's Candies. boxes. One fish set at $6 is a beauty. Come ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 December 1907

Business Localse Notices of Sale, Wants. Swaps, eW, inserted in this Column at 6 cents per line for egeh Insertion. Nothing taken for less than l0cents. Fon SAE-17acren, ori insti forest, I miles north of Pickens, an &Oo. 7A Soiree went of Woodall Mountain, i Sores branch bottom, balanob in timber, c eO T~, ohl deal. -E. J'. KurrH L F m, \o.1, Pickense, ,, A I ' irW'a'~- sewing machineu, jlti no~ C sold at greatly re SI sewing nsaohinee ro a 41d. fl at kaslg Bros. 0. P. EKight. Carload of Obelisk Flour Just received at H. A. Richey's. WANTED,-500 bushels will pay highest market price; oar trade. 1o3. 6.tf Ashmore & Nimmons. Pay your guano bills at once. I can hof, carry these accounts any longer. Come to see us prepared to makt, settle went. H. A. RICHEY. FOR SALE-Two 50 saw cotton gins, 1 saw mill, 1 grist Mill, 1 40-h. p. A.ins boiler, 1 25 h, p. Eclipse engine. AlI in good shape. Seven miles weat of Pick ens court house at Garrett's store with good framed house and all ne...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 December 1907

A Bark For Barker. The otor sat in his easy chair. Edi ors always have easy chairs-in fle tion. le thought he recognized the handwriting on one of the envelopes. Ite. sighed. "Another poeim," saild he, reaching for the waste paper basket. Ile open ed the letter. Ile was agreeably dis appointed. It was prose. It ran as follows: "A. man nanied Barker had a dog that barked, so he called it Barker be. eause it barked and because his own name was Barker. So the inin was Itarker, and the dog that barked was Parker. The man didn't bark, al though his name was Barker. Barker and Barker went for a walk, and Barker barked-that is, dog Barker, not mann Barker. In fact, dog Barker barked so much that man Barker said: 'arker, don't bark so often. You nev er hear me bark.' Just then man Barker barked his shin on the hark of a tree and barked like anything." The editor paused. There was a note Anclosed, which ran, "Please send check pgr Inclosed to ie at 1001 Barker ave nue, city." Thei, did th de...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 December 1907

?Pic 4A '1 E II1E N ~IINE ii> '.' lu iEatered April 28, 1908 at Pickens, B. 0., as second class matter, undet act of Congress 6tf D.arob- 8, 1879. VOL. xxxvill PICZISS, BDUH CAROLINA, THlURSDAY,_DECBMBB 2807 Like Mcirrying a Title. Old Aintie laiidy. who did the Wash Ing, was such a1 happy, brave old soul that, although she worked very hard early and late and Iust often 'have been weary. nothing coulil depress her. ilydeverythitng that occurred she saw oaly "good luck" for herself. One day she brought home the washing in a high slate of glee. ".Jes think Mis' Arnold," she said, "'''s goinl' ter git nuapried. Isnt dat jes' tine luck to' poor, old tlack woman like mei?" "I shall be very sorry to lose you, Mandy," said Mirs. Arnold, "but I'm ghld iIf your life will be iEsler." "Lose mne!" .gasped M1andy. "Lor'! Mis' Arnold. I can't aiord to let you lose me Jos' now. Why, l's goin' ter annrry Br'er Johnson an' his flvo (hil lun. l's got tel hustle now, fur sar. tin." "But I fail to s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 December 1907

Pikens Seninebaournal VUDJSBBD UBVX TRUP.5DAT NORMUI -BY The Bontinolournal Company. TBOMPsoN & Rwimm, Pxous. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Dntered at Pickenis Pastofflos s econd OlAs Mail Matter' PICKEN~S, 8. 0.: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26 1907. CHRISTMAS THOUGHTS. Christmas is upon us It is the festival of the home and the season when the hearts of the fathers are turned tu the children and the feet of the children turn back to the homes whence they went out. Little ones hail its coming with exuberant glad ness, and older people enter into its festiities with eub4ued pleasure, in which memories of home behind and hopes of the home ahead are strange. ly mingled with present joys. What a time it is for cultivating domestic affections and invigorating the virtues which root themselves in these loveel Whence came our Christian homes? They are not found in pagan lands dwelling places are there, but not homes. Nor are they. found i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 December 1907

Moe THE SENN JOURN. 00 ugtred AptLI 28J, 1908 at Pickens, So 0., as second class matter, under actofogreofaoh8179 1.t QU uI CA LIVA, TBURIDAT. DEICOI Kl 261907 Ain't Th tt Two of the Con Baby THESE ARE BRIGHTI FAC We will publiih two moro next wei'll - can publish the pickur.. N. D. Tayjor wail he in hiw'stiin in. day thernafter uutil F br t-y 1t, 1938 This contest closos February 1st 1908. Liberty. couarl INATnDY 0 1 pivt apple- vinegiii; I piast Mlck moaxs;-,; .A pint flix -ied; 1 pound o' rait-itf.; 1 poned of rock cal it%; 3 lemon<; 3 stick4 t.f licu. ice: 5 cent., worthb (. fie 1 tablespoonrul of small l1ulp of aluim,. Cook slowly f..r siveral hour4 I: earthen or poic -lain vesoel. We are indubit.d t.. a kind-hearted -Christian woman, Mrs. Otrriu Kinig, for the above formula. It is recom A .-mendled f r all lung troubles, cold., croup, tc. I wish I had time and space to'tell you all the good things said of this rewedi. I thougIht ic. ol just keeping it and univ giving it to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 December 1907

PMsB6HRD EVERY THURSDAY MORNIMe. --BY The Sentinel-Joural Company. TiBOMPSON & R1iHEr. PROPS. J. L. 0. THOMPSON. EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Bates Reasonable. tered at Pickens Fostofiloe am second Clam Mail Matter PICKENS, S. 0.: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20 1907. Salmagundi. About this time of *he year ihe American hen is the ph'ief ally of the whisky- forces aplinst probibition. -[News and odurier. A Pris' insurance company refuses rike on men who dye their hair. Previous to 1760 the French would not eat potatoes, it being supposed that they would cause freckles. The mines of the world employ 5,000,000 persons, and more than one third of them are in the British Empire. Italians to the number of 130,000 emigrated last year to South Aneri can ports, as against 287,000 who came to the United States. A St. Louis paper says that bar gain day was forgotten recently in that city by the women. who were absorbed in the unusual number of divorce cases. Judge Shields had 4...

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