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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 November 1875

THE PICKENS SENTINEL. 1 I DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTEREST Otf TllE COUNTRY. VOL. V. ' PICKENS, a C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1875. NO. a ' From tho Auderson Intclligenccr. t f , A Glftnco at ''Old Pickens." Tho general aspect of things about *'01d Pickens" to day strongly conn tra-ts with its appearance tifteen or twenty years a^o?thou at the zenith of its onto bellum prime and importance as a country town, now all turn bled down and abandoned. . The dividing of Pickens District shortly after the war into Pickens and Oconee counties, and the consequent removal of the county seat, served to utterly annihilate the old town All tho old residents, as by one impulse and seemingly actuated ' . l-\?* n flAtni'mifiatinn 1 n p tinmnn i?o ... .v, .v. **4* at a "conrt houso," migrated at I onco and settled exclusively in Wallialla and New i'ickens, mainly in the lalter placo. As a consequence, a wonderful depreciation in value of (own property followed and m...

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. — 11 November 1875

THE PICKENS SENTINEL. * J 1 I 1 DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTEREST Otf TllE COUNTRY. Vol. v. Pickens, s. c., Thursday, nov km ber 11, ms. no. IT (J I From tlio Anderson Intclligcnccr. , ! 1 A Glance at ''Old Pickens." j The general aspect of things about *'Old Pickens" to day strongly con* tra-ts with its appearance fifteen or twenty years ago?then at the zenith _ r\i itn nntn hplliim ni imn nn/1 iiniiin< w 1 tanco as a country town, now all tumbled down and abandoned. . "Tho dividing of Pickens District .shortly aftor the war into Pickena nnd Oconee counties, and the consequent removal of tho county seat, sorVed to utterly annihilate the old town All tho old residents, as by one impulse and seemingly actuated ' by a determination in common to roeide at a "conrt houso," migrated at onco and settled exclusively in Wallialla and New Pickens, mainly in the latter j)laco. As a consequence, a wonderful depreciation iu value of town property followed a...

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. — 11 November 1875

Tie Mens Sentinel. D. F, MtiLEY* Editor and Frosrietor. Terms of Subscription. One Year $1 60 8!x Months 75 Advertising Kates. Advertisements inserted at tho ratoof $1 00 ?er square, of (0) nine lines, or less, for the ant insertion, and 60 oentB for each subsequent insertion. Contracts made for tiirrk, six or twki.vk months, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having tho number of insertions marked on them, will be published until forbid and charged nceordingly. These terms are so simple any child may anderstand them. Nino linos is a squareone inch. In every instance wo charge by . } the fipaco occupied, as eight or ten Hues can be made to ocoupy four or five squares, as the advertiser may wish, and is charged by the space. 2ST* Advortiscrs will tlease stale llio mini ber of squares they wish thoir advertisements make. B&F" Business men who advertise lo bo benefitted, will bear in mind that the JBENTINEL has a large and increasing circulation, and is taken by the very class ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 November 1875

LOCAL ITEMS. Cotton is declining again. There is to bo a horse raco at Pickeneville on next Saturday. Ono there last Saturday. + Sick.?Wo rogret to learn that Mrs. Aicy JLJakoi's family, including herself, two daughters and threo sons are all prostrated with pnoumonia fever. Mr. Abner O'Dell has o r tlianks for tbree of the finest sweet potatoes we bave seen this year. Thoy weigh-1 ed over ten pour pg. ? Messrs. Brown & Hendricks have opened a new etore in this placo, in tbe Masonic building. We call attention to notice ot Win. M. Fei gnson, in tli s issue, who offers for sale a No. 1 yoke of oxcns, a got id brood mare and one handled bushels of corn. Fire.?The rGsidonoo nf M r. T_ .T Newton, on Dig Crow Creek, in this County, was accidently consumed by fire on tbo night of tho 3d instant. Mr. Newton saved only three feather bed 8. Musicat, Convention.?Tho County Musical Convention convenes at this place on next Saturday. From presont indications tlio representation from tho dif...

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. — 11 November 1875

JL -LJU~. i faithful Unto Death' ' ' IX> yon love nu intelligent dog, de?r loadoi? It' you do, you havo no' * nAll l\rt fknl. Mrtn ^#1 r~L L \ . ? i - ? L lamun uu nsiinmuu ui lliU lilUl. JfbnVy Clay loved his dog, Lord Byron wept when bis iaithtul Pluto died, and Sir Walter Scott was molaueholy, and refused to write a line for weoks aftor the death of his trusty Nero, who had for years been his companion in his walks for solitude. The gifted Charlotte Broute, whoso genius gavo the world/SJauo JKyre," I and whoso sister Emily astonished England with "Wuthering Heights," the work of hor graceful pen, mourn ed wlun faithful Keeper died, who had wandered over the moors with thomjn their lonely rambles. Mrs. Qaskill, in hor life of tho Brontes, says: "When Emily died, her generous dog Keeper walked first among the tnournors at tho funeral; ho slept mnnninor for nlwlito ?? (Iia l.?.. & "" V/l IIUI empty room, unci never seemed hap1* py after her death." I remember while crossing t...

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. — 18 November 1875

THE PICKENS SENTINEL. _ __ DEVOTBD TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND ro THE GENERAL INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY. VQL- V- PICKENS7s cTrTHURSDAY7^0VEMBlinO ~ - From the AugUBta Chroniote and Sentinel* Mississippi and South CarolinaTho eplondid victory won by tho Mississippi Domocracy is liold up as an examplo for tho imitation of tho Consorvativo Domocracy of South ...u 1-1.1 Ji- - * -'i ii vuruiiiiti, wuu uru voiu unit, n tnoy will, thoy likewiso can rout tho KacU icals at tho noxt Stato elootion. Wo wish that wocould think ho; but South Carolina is not in tho dcsporalo plight of Mississippi, and tho nogro majority is far largor. Thoro is not tho motivo hero to mako tho sacrifices which wcro mado in Mississippi. Thoro monoy wnn riniimrl nut. Illm mninn nmi (!?/% whitos woro determined to carry the oloction at any cost. Some plantors in Mississippi gavo ono half of tho procoods of thoir cotton crop to tho olootion fund. Thoro was no holding baok. Can wo oxpoct such opon handed giving i...

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. — 18 November 1875

THE SENTINEL.! D. F. BRADLEY, Editor and Frosfietor. Tcm-huis of Subscription. t)ne Year $1 GO Bix Months . 75 Advertising Rates. Advertisements inserted nt the raloof $1 00 tor square, of (5)) nine lines, oh lush, for the rst insertion, and CO cents for each subsequent inBortlon. Contracts made for tiirkr, six or twblve iuuuuib, on lavoraoio IC r ill B. Advertisements not having the number of insertions marked on them, will be publishod mntil forbid and oharged accordingly. Theso terms are so simple any child may understand them, Nino .lines is a square? Ono inoh. In ovory instance wo charge by tho space ocoupicd, ns eight or ton lines can bo modo to occupy four or five squares, as tho odvorliser may wish, and is charged by tho spncc. JUstT Advertisers will please state tho number of squares they wish their advertisements o make. BST Business men who advertise to bo benefitted, will bear in mind that the SENTINEL has a large and increasing circulation, and is taken by tho very clas...

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. — 18 November 1875

LOCAL ITEMS. We bear of fiovoral eoaos of pnou~ monia ia the County. Oar town has bcon unusually quiot for tho last week. _ ? The dogs played havoc with llio sbeep on W. G. Fiold's plantation tho Other night. Now play Imvoc with tho dogs. ' ' Our merchants aro not now qui'o to anxious to "but" against each other in buying cotton. Hot urns ot sales by their factors, in Charleston, has not been quite so favorable as tliey .hoped?a littlo too much losa. The apple trco man is in town delivering scions to his customers. Wouldn't our native fruit bo just as good if it had proper attention. ^1 ? A Pumpkintown Township farm nr /?nf nnnn tin *\1/1 liarnnf'a S.m^ vi vti? v|/v?i Mii viv? ?ivi uvv o 11 v;o v J iioi t> examine tho insido arrangements. Ho says ho thinks ho will bo able to * Bee Table Iiock in about two weoks. - Tho annual report of tho County Commissioners will bo published next week. It should have appeared i*So ..,*nu i.~ i? ILAIO ?KUVJ Uilt 10 1IUO UUl UUVJIl j-IUOOf ble fo...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 November 1875

A Singular Story. BROTIIIIK JU8T KBGAl'KS MAUYINO HIS ? BISTER. The strango incidents relatod in Ibe following ekotch aro voucbod for as strictly true by a gontloman who arrived at Now York on tbo BtoamBhip Kottordam, of tho Rotterdam w 1 A a i: ?1. l A! huh xvuiwurp uuu, u auurt iiiiju ugu. The voeeol loft Rotterdam August 7tb, and among tho passougors iu tho cabin woro a man apparently thirty-, five years of ago, nnmod James N. "Van Sellor, and a young lady, apparently fifteen yoars younger, named Maria Router. From tbo timo of Reaving port tho two mentioned ats tracted much attention, tho man for his gracoful boaring and handsome looks, and tho young lady for her beauty, of such a typo that tho getK tlemon, in talking about lior, stylod her tho "Mandona." Tho ship had not skimmed ovor tho dark blue waters moro than two days., when tho conduct of tho two excitod tho curiosity of tho passengers to a still greater degree. Tboy 8fit separato at tho tablo, and nover while at moals ovi...

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. — 25 November 1875

DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTEREST OE THE COUNTRY. ' > t > - j VOL. V PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, IS75. NO.lSa Arrangements for the CentennialTho Act of Congress which provided for "celebrating the ono hnndroth f Anniversary of Americnn Indepeti donco, by holding an International Exhibition of Arts, Manufactures, and products of tho Soil and Mine." authorized tho Jnn nf tlm FTnlKwl Stfttca Centennial Commission, and entrusted to it tlio management of tho exhibition. This body t is composed of two commissioners from each State and Territory, nominated by tho respective Governors, and commissioned by the President of the ^ United States. The enterprise, therefore, i6 distinctly a national one, and not, as has sometimes boon stated the work of private corporation. The exhibition will b<^ opened on May 10th, 187G, and Remain opoti ? cvory day, except Sunday, until Novombor 10th. There will bo a fixed price of 50 cents for admission t...

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. — 25 November 1875

> ' i THE SEFJTNEL. f iL? s D. F. BRABLEYi Editor'and Frosrietor. Terms of Subscription. 0no Year $ 1 fiO Months 75 Advertising ltatcs. Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 00 M-'Vq^are, of- (9) nino lines, or lkss, for the ftrct insertion, and 60 cents for each subse?a?at insertion. PraiHMla made for ntn, si* or twiltk months, on favorable terms. Advertisements not hating tho number of iMortlons marked on them, will bo published mutil forbid and ohargod accordingly. Theso torma aro so simple any child may understand them, Nino lines is a square? one inch. In every instance wo charge by tho space oooupicd, as eight or ten lines can bo made to occupy four or fivo squares, as the advortiser may wish, and is charged by the space. 8?** Advertisers will please stale the number of squares they wish their advertisements o mako. US?*" Business men who advertise to bo benefitted, will bear in mind that the J SENTINEL has a largo and increasing cir- I Oulation, and is taken by the ver...

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. — 25 November 1875

LOCAL ITEMS. Mr. O. P. Field, wo loarn lost an infant child on Sunday morning ln6t. Died.?Mra. Alcy Baker, a most' estimable lady, diod, ot pneumonia at her liomo, thrco miles West of this placo on tlio evening of tho 17th inst. Wo are authorized to stato that Mr. Samuel O. Robinson, J. \V. S., of tho Order of Good Templars, of Ationia da will t?iaif pml/Ana ^? v-* ? *11 ' ?W?W a. lonvilD rtliu UU liver a temperance lccture on Saturday, tho 4th day of December, in tho Court IIouso, at 2 o,clock, L\ M. 4 i Wo call attention to tho advertisement of our young friends, H. A. Kichey tfc A. J. Wyatt, at E as ley Station, who, in addition to their Livery business, have opened a fancv and heavy Grocery establishment. Purchasers, call and eeo whether these gentlemen mean what they say. j mi i ? * ' ' Aiioy. win ireac you courtoousiy and sell you goods low down for cash. Wo call attention to the advertisement ofS. Bagwell, to bo found in to days issue. Mr. Baswell, it will bo seen, is offorin...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 November 1875

Was It ChanceBY ANABEL O. ANDKKW8. Gub Hill was tho only living child of Abijfth' 11 ill, a wealthy lumber merehat in tho town of Hudson. Ilia raothor was doad, and a maiden aunt kept house for his fathor. Ilia profession was that oLfl lawyer", bht he had inherited hie Hn?*lmrVffW>>}*?Wy; bo it wasn't necessary for him to practice to obtain his daily broad.? Kight lioro all his temptations commenced. "For Satan finds somo mis* chief for idlo hands to do;" that was tj ne, a good many years ago, and it lfasn't lost its truth yot. I know I always skip descriptions of pooplo's personal appearance, so I will simply D?? i.~ ?~n i ofnj 41 u nua mil, UI1U 11 OIOIKI 0. i'Cl' lj^pa you think ho looked insipid; woll, ho didn't if ho'd parted his hair ih tho middle, nnd waxed his mous* tacho. Tho old established citizons of II said ho was "an idle, extravagant young dog, with good enough in him somewhere," which good they wero afraid would dio for tho want of propor cultivation. Nor was &...

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. — 25 November 1875

4b4 I I . 61 VOL. _V._ _ _ __ ___ _ IDEVOTBD~ TO POLITIC 1, MOIRALTY, X-D1UCATIOX A.ND -r0 TF 1N~A NEETO IECINh -O. EICKEig C,,, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1875. O Arrangements for the Centennial. Th'e Act of Congress which Provi ed for "celebrating the one hundre Anniversary of American Indepe dence, by holding an Internation Exhibition of Arts, Manufacturc and product of the Soil and Mine authorized the creation of the Unit< States Centennial Cornmission, at entrusted to it the management the exhibition. This body is cor posed of two commissioners fro bach State-and Territory, nominatu by the respective Governors, at coniissioned by the President of tl United States. The enterprise, ther fore, is distinctly a nationalone, at not, as has sometimes boen state the work of private corporation. The exhibition will be opened < Mal0th, 1816, and. remaip .op( every day, except Sunday, until N .veber 10th. There will be a-f;x( )rice of 50 cents for admission to 0 the buildings aid ground...

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. — 25 November 1875

TJE SELT ELI I. vim IiLT Terms of Subeeription. ne Year.... $1 50 Six Months ... . . . 75 Advertising 11tes. Advertisemente inserted at the rate of $100 IT of (9) nine lines, on L"s, for tbLe lwos,d 60 oentu for each subse 'Advevisonese no havUng the number' of GO"Lmemrk*d on them, will'be published 680ntbi and -charged aawordingly. These terms are so siwpe any child may ppdottand them. Nine lines is a square oie Wnoh. In every instance we charge by I,e spo .ocupied, as eight or ten linercan .=de to oeoup four or five squares, as the avertlser may wish, and is charged by the spaee. i,4SW Advertisers will please stat the num ber of squ%rcs they wish their advertisements o make. .1 Business men who advertise to be bepeftted, will bear in mind that the 8EN['[NEL has a large and inoreasing cir ofulation, and is taken by the very cliss of .persons whose trade they desire. PICKEN? 0. H., S. C.: Thursday. Nov. 25, 1S75. W9 Those in arrears to the SEN TINEL will please remomber that wo ieed...

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. — 25 November 1875

LOCAL ITEMS. Mr. 0. P. Field, we learn lost an infant child on Sunday morning last. Dt.--Mrs. Aloy Baker, a moat' estimable lady, died, of pneumonia at her home, three miles West of this place on the evening of the 17th inst. We are autborined to state that Mr.,Samuel 0. Robinson, J. W. S., of the Order of Good Templars, of At. lants, Ga, will visit Pickens and de liver a temperance lecture on Satur day, the 4th day of December, in the Court House, at 2 o,clock, P. M. Ws,call attention to the advertise ment of our young friends, H. A. Richey & A. J. Wyatt, at Easley Station, who, in addition to their Livery business, have opened a fancv and heavy Grocery establishment. Purchasers, call and see whether these gentlemen mean what they say. They will treat you courteously and sell you goods low down for cash. We call attention to the advertise. neilt of S. Baswell, to be found in to days issue. Mr. Baswell, it will be seen, is offering a fine and choice lot of Merchandise cheap for ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 November 1875

Was It' hanoe. BY ANABICL 0. ADI*Kf 10 :Gus Hill was the4ouly living 6bild of Abijah Hill, a Weithy )umber mereh'at in the town of Hudson. 11 mother was dead, and a maiden aunt kept house for him fat'. Ili pro hsion was that of a lawyer, but he had !PberitAjd)i8 ir ty; so it wasn't necessa, for him to practice to otan iib aily bread. Right here All bu- teipthtioM-6'OM menced. "For Satan fluds dome mis-, chief for idle hands to dov" that was true, a good many years ago, and it hasn't lost its truth yet. I know I always skip descriptions of people's personal appearance, s I will simply say lie was tall, and a blonde. Per haps you think ho looked insipid; well, he didn't if he'd parted his hair in the middle, and waxed his ious, tacho. The old established citizents of 11 - said lie was "an idlo, ex. travagant young dog, with good en ough in him somewhere," which good they were afraid would die for the want of )r-opelr cultivation. Nor was this all; it was rumored that he had been seen ...

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. — 2 December 1875

DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION ANI) ro THE GENERAL INTEREST OF T1IE COUNTRY ~~ : VQL- Y- PICI^^7s7^^IIIJ^DAY7DECEMBER^========WtT=7r Death of tho Vice-Presidentx __ Washington, Nov. 22. Tlio Vice President died very suddenly at 7:30 this morning. JIo res ted woll last night; awoke at 7 A. M. and exprosscd himsolf as feeling better; sat up in bed to tako bis inedin cine lay down on liie lolt eide and oxpirod in ft fow moments without a struggle. Senator Furry ia President " of tho Senate pro tempore. The Cabfnot is in extra session. Fish will represent the Cabinet at the meeting of Sanators and Jiulgos of uio oupromo vjourc at noon to arrange for tho funeral; after which the President will issue appropriate orders. Tho Supremo Court adjourned till to morrow. No opinions to day, Th6 flag* hero and northward are nil at half mast. ExKCUTtVE Mansion-. Wasaington, Nov. 22. It is with profound Borrow that tfi? President has to announce to tho pooplo of tho United States,the deatl...

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. — 2 December 1875

THE SENTINEL.' D. P, BEUDLEYi Editor and Proorietor. Tcffms of Subscription* Otio Year $1 60 8ix Mouths 75 Advertising Hates. Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 00 par square, of (9) nine lines, or lkss, for the first insertion, and GO oenls for cach eubsoqnont inseition. Contracts mado for thrre, six or twelve months, on favorablo tonus. Advotyisemonts not having tho number of Insertions rnorkod on thorn, will bo published t?nlil forbid and charged accordingly. Theao terms aro so simple any child may understand them. Nino lines is a square? ono inoli. In ovcry instance wo charge by tho spaco occupied, as eight or ton lines can bo ruado to occupy four or live squares, as the advertiser may wish, and is charged by tho spuce. Aflvftl'liflnrs will rlnnflo olnJn I1?a num. her of squaros they wish thoir advertisements I 0 make. JBfcjy" Business men who advertise to bo \ benefitted, will bear in mind that the SENTINEL lias a large and increasing circulation, and is taken by tho ver...

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. — 2 December 1875

LOCAL ITEMS. Tho Iiov. J. Q. Stockioat 1 will * preach in tho Methodist Church iti a.i.; riM i~.. i . Ill IB JJ1UUO J.I1UI BU?JT Illglll, i/UCOIUOOl' 2d., At oandlo light. + We call attontion to tho advorlisos raent of Mr. J. K. Glazotier, who, it will bo soon, opposes ull Third Term candidotes; but jfavors, particularly, * all thoao who lovo to gratify thoir palatoa with tho nico confections found at his store. A Contest.?There will bo a broiling contest botweon tho scholars of' D. T. Cox's school and thoso of John (3. Wallaoo's, on tho 24th inst, at Antioch Chusch, in Eastatoe Township. Tho public generally aro re - - specttully invitod to attond and \vit?* noes tho contest. Burnkd.?On tho nielli of tho 21th inat. tfio dwelling house of Mr. Day, near Cedar Rock, in thia County, was burnod together with a lot of seed r>ofton in nn nil inir innr room. All It is furniture was also consumed by tho devouring flames. We have not loarned tho origin of tho lire. Doctors Earle, Gillilan...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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