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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 December 1877

The Men vyho Make Journalists. Ii-is been remarked that very few who got into journalism start out with ffuch Intentioi. They drift in aceidentally, and are promoted as thov develop capacity. Money, wealthy parents, and influence are of no tort of service in getting a young man a jilace on a newspaper. There is no business that is so entirely in dependent of al considerations as this. A wealthy father can easily -et -his 6onl a locationl iv reftd law Uf medicine, or push him forward in almost any walk of life lie may select; but Le is uttei ly powei less to do any thing for him iii a journalistic way. 17o be sure, he may buy a newspaper and set up his hopofuli in that inan ier, but unless there is something in the youth called journalistic knack, a naturial knowledge of what to write and how to wri'e it, he will be a failire in that line, and all the money and infl-ence of wealthy and per Isaps powei ful relatives will count for nothing. Some fund parents educate their sons with esp...

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. — 3 January 1878

DEVOTED'O POIIf MORALITY, EDUCATION AIND 1V0 frUlfl(OffNRAIIJmsTq UCOgY. PICKENS So- 0., THSDA,'88." .THU V9.94 , TrANEL Is PUBLISHED- ZVERY THURSDAY. ~Vb ~.BRibLEY &b *p e W eilexaho SialbserIptioni. Ont"'Yeii ..-. $ . 51 50 Shi -Motkths . 3" . !75 A1ve'tisilag Rates. Advertisements inser'Led at the rate of $1 .00 per quare, of .() nlie.lines, OR LESs, for the first ls'eti6h; and 50 dents for each subie quent insertion. ContraIs maade.for THREE, six or TWELVE month1,' dn fa0oble tWrrns. Advertisements not having the number of Ita%exens morked on them, will be published unlill'fdibid and charged nccordingly. These terms are so simple any child -may understand them. Nine, lines is a squaro one inch. In every instance we charge by the space oocupiedj-as eight or ten lines can be mAdeto ocoupyfour or five squares, as the advertiser may wish, and is charged by the space. ac. Aldertisers will please state the nffm ber of squares they wish their adverti8ements to make. $&- Busines...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 January 1878

THE SENTINEL TO PURLISUND *yTRT THURSDAY. D~ '~BRDLY.i"tor. I PIOKENS 0. H., 8. C.: c Thursday, January 8. 1878. The New Year. Iith this issue begins the new year. Christmas has come and gone, and a dull Christmas it was. Never, since the dark, crimson tide of wir rolled over our country, making desolate so many homes and leaving his gory footprints at so-many households in tho land, has a now year opened with brighter and more pleasing prospects for the future. After we had gone through those four years of firo and of blood, a ccmplete revolution was made in our government and we were subjected to a tyranny and an oppres slon more galling and bittor to a proud and chivalrous people than that of war itself. The carpet.baggor came down in swarms from their Northern homes, obtained possession of the reins of government; slandered, cal lumniated and robbed our people; kindled a feeling of distrust and ha tred between races that should live together in peace, and by continually adding f...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 January 1878

LOCAL ITEMS. Iietidiatchureh, Rev. A. W. Walker, Pastor. 1st Sabbath in each pnonth xt 4 o'clock p. m. 2d Babbath in each month at 10J o'clock a. m. Secoiia Baptist Church, Rev. Hlott, Pastor. 1Is Babbath and Saturday before in each month at 11 o'olook .-sa. on Sabbath, and at 8 o'clock p. M. oi Satuday. Rev. Ifugh MoLees, Presbyterian, (Reeotift 2d gibbath in each month, at'11 o'clock a. M. DjUD.-Micajah Alexander died at his residence, nine or too miles north% west of $b is place, las week. He was pobab lf the oldest person in the County, being at the time of his death in his one hundredth year. Married, on December 19th, 1877, at the residence of the brides ffither, by Rev. J. B. Trawlck,. Rv. W. H. ARIAIL, of Easley, Piekens County, S. C., to Miss KATTIE . YEARGIN, of lAurens, S. C. At a regular communication of Bates Lodge, No. 189, A.-. F.-. M.-. the following brethren were elected oficers for the ensuing year: J. U. Bowen, W. M.; L. M. Berry, S.' W.; D. Grlee, J. W.; Elias Da...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 January 1878

Infidels Don't Pray. In -the year 1827, a young man, then studying for the ministry, was requested to preach in a town in thi8 State. The meeting was hold in the evening at a private house. Know ing that two or three Deists were present, same remarks were made upon the anuthenticity-of God's word. Tile president of an infidel club arose, and intei rupted the sjcaker, wio ani!dly said to him): "Sit down, and after meeting I will talk with you.". W hen tihe servicos closed, there WaS hardly time for conversation, and an appointment was made that the parties should meet at the houso of a friend on the following mornin.;. - At the tippointed hour, the piesiden.t, with severnl infidel books under hi artn, and a large handkerchief full of pamphlete and papers, made bis appearance, in company mith two nminbeis of his club. No sooner were tho par ties seated, and the large table cov,.ered with his religious dis.. secting knives, than the infidel be gan with much warmnith to poir f,rti his c...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 January 1878

9.*A - U) fr3;Vv en DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALTY, EDUCATION AND 00 THE GENERAL INTEIEST OF THE COUNTRY. 1V4V0L. vYK. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 18". NO. 18 T11n-B"r-ENTINEL g S'PVdLMSD ZVIaY 'THURSDAY BY D!.P. IsImaivaU Co. Terms of uscription. One Year... . $1 60 Six M6ris . . . . . . . 75 AAvewtiAuag Rates. Adverttsemenlyinseteed at the rate of $1 00 per squase, or (9) nine lines, on L.ss, for the first Insetlon, and 60 cents for each subse quent ltedstion. Contracts made for TH1m1, six or TWXYVE moqkths. fj4y b ;tS..' o Advertisements no avingAfie numb* of, -4nsertions mared on'them, will be published until forbid :nd chiarged n'ecordingly. These term's ari s o isluple any' child may understand them. SiMAine is a square one-Inch. In every ,instanoe -we charge by the space oacupiod,.As eight or. ten lines can be made to ocoupy four or five.squares, esthe advertiser may Irish. and is chaed by the space. $W- Advertisers will please state the nam ber of squares they wish t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 January 1878

THE SENTINEL Is PURLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Is. F. BRADLEY. Editor. PICKENS C. I., S C.: Thursday, January 10. '1878 Seiator Butler's Beat. During the Discussion in the United States Senate, on the question of ad, mitting Gon. Butler to his sent, some of the Republican members made the charge, in the course of their remark, that thero had been a bargain between Butler and Patterson. That for Pat. terson's voto Butler wis to use his influeneo to stop the prose CUions against Patterson in thisState. As Loon as Butler obtained his seat ho at once introduced a resolution calling for an invcstigation of the chargQs, and asked for its immediato consider ation. Ono of the Republican nem bers objected, and under the rules of the Senate the resolution had to lie over and come uip in its regular order. This appeared to be quite a botrbsheli amrongst the Republicans, for they had, by every means possible, endeav. orod to bull-dozo Patterson into vot ing against Butler and1 for the seating of Corb...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 January 1878

eie . . . . 1st Sabbath In -n'n:qThc.:tnOkLB.,w? 2d Sabbath in each Nothist, 1.9)lock a. m. 6 8econa Bapti&tChotoN Rsvit4t), Pastor. 1st*ag and Saturday befen4eae'i maonho o'clock a. m. on 8kbbath,''fdPAV 8 o'clock p. m. o '\la Boy, 'Ajugh 1coee,Presleter'ah, (Segona) 2d jIv+1lW in each month, at 1f0f4k a. i. Mrp T-onIa 'JdoeI Wi! aocept the th s the SENTINEL office' foi '#u ( 00 SENT ver o ak. 19dW Ahany have writtin it 1817 since no-&Wdhty. NVnyero pleased to niet in towfy last week, our Senator, 'Co,,,ow,d w%,ho46*Ak1d halo and hearly, 1of tRbiE3loy .Hotel, and proposes to.., rur t.nfirst Clas1 style. OnitLjifil is crowded, thorQ cij)g about 15 t4jAoik1h , i4k . ) Seve al of ob'd Tiurner, a "moon-shiner ".was cobrj Id to jail several days tgo by the .it Io uo ag ior, ti.*i. "Tiio!':itit &nOw" camo last, THltAI htS tTfe6 d(Pth :of ' four or,fig ches,d ~rnthoioor . rabbits suWeredra tierr le igihtf 1 )u l l an 'jihrty in t-iils lpc tionAi,09" oP d,-j..iUt even wai' tail...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 January 1878

Almost iderstanng. .He called faday nighk as bad been his cu&oms for several weeks. After they got together alore in the parle& bl pluked hp his 9oatage to lfypropr poInt, and propoeed. to-ber, tolling lr of . dAly when every thought was of her, and onL he .-+ Then he said-, And ser ssid-,. 'I will.' Then he caught her in his arms' and previset her 'ropng face close to hi $arniag breaSt. Tighter still lie drew Mds arwd,about her. 'My darl'og he started to whisper, bonding li- face close to hers; when her head fiew;-p,.q suddenly as to catch him under the ohin with suff cient force to almost amputae bis tongue. 'Oh!' he gasped. 'Phewl' she ejaculated, 'why how you smell q 'Small I' be- Vepeat,ed, while his smarting tongua forced the tears into his eyes. ,Yes,' sho replied, bending her face again to his breast, and sniffing ex. peotantly. 'Oh my ! it is awful ' she added as Phe drew back her head. He dropped his own nose into the infected neighborhood, and took a sniff; and th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 January 1878

*1 ? DEVOTED fO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND rO THE GENERAL INTERET OF TflR OOUNTRY VOL. VII. PICKENS,S. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1878. NQ. 19 THF SENTINEL IS PURISUED ZVERY THURSDAY. BY D. F. BRADLEYI&CO. Terms 'of -9*&se*rpt1on. One Year .. .. .$1 50 8ix blonthe 75 Advertising Rates. Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 00 per squate, of (9) -nine lines, On LESS, for the first insertion, and 60 cents for each subse quent InSeTtion. Contracos made for Tnue, six or TWELVE months, dii favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number of insertions marked on them, will be published until forbid and oharged Pecordingly. These terms are so simple any child may understand them. Nine lines is a square -ohi Inch. In -every instance we charge by the space occupied, as eight or ten lines can be made to occupy four or five squares, as the advertiser iay wish, and is charged by the space. Be, Advertigers will please state the num ber of squares they wish their advertfiem...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 January 1878

THE SENTINEL IS PURLISH1ED ZVERY THURsDAY. D. F. MRADLET. 34itor. PICKENS 0. 11., S. C.: Thursday, January 17, 1878 The School Fund. Under the provisions of the Con sttittional Amendment, ratified by 1 ho Legislature before the recess, the County Commissioners of each County are required to levy a tax of two mills on all the taxable property in the County for free school porposes. The total valuation of property in this County is *1,340,665. Two mills on this amount will raise $2,681.32. The number of polls in the Ccunty is 1,973, upon which one dollar each is asses sed. This added to $2,681.32 will give a school fund, for this County, of $4,65.32. Upon this amount, of courso, allowance must be made for delinquento, and nulla bonns. For this purpose we allow $154.82, which will leave an actual fund, available for 11ree schools, of 84,500. This should, if the School District Trustees do their duty, run the schools about fivo months; but if they undertake to es. stablish a school at n...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 January 1878

LOCAL ITEMS* Church Diretor!y. Methodist churoh, Rey. A. ,) Walker, Pastor. let Sabbath In eh. mo,th t,4: o'clock p. m. 24 Sabbath ij pbeoh month at 10J o'clock a. m. Seeona Baptist Church, Rev. Hiot,t, Pastor. 1st' Subbath and Saturday before In each mouth at 11 o'clock a. m.'on 'Sabbath, and at 8 o'clock p. m. on Satrday. Rev. Hugh MoLees, Preebyterlan, (Secono) * 24 Sabbath in each month, at 11 o'clock a. in. The days aro becoming longer. The lion law expired on the 1st.. The srow is all gone. It laid on the ground ten days. The Legislature convened yester, day. Major Bradley left this place on Monday last for his post of duty. "Do you letail here?" asked a green looking specimen or humanity, as ho poked his head in an Easley store the other day. "Yes sir," .-replied the clerk, thinking ho had got a custosn% er. "Then I wish you would re-tail my dog; he had it bitten off about a -motith ago." And he greenly strolled down the street. The other morning one of our young men thought ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 January 1878

A ad Fire. 'Jones, have you hoard of.the fire that burned up the m,an's house and lotl 'No, Smith; M here was i.4 'iere in the city., liat at mirfortuno to hirmf Was t a gwd 1usel' 6Yes, a nice house and lot-a good hoine for any family. 'W6at a pityl Jow did the gre takel' 'ne mai played with fire and tholghlessly set it himself.' 'l.ow sillyl Did you say the lot wai burned, tool' 'Yes, lot and all; all gone, slick, and clean.' 'That i singular. It must have been a terrible bot fire-and then I don't see how it could heuve buinied the lut., 'No, it was not a very hot fire. Indeed it %%as so small that it at traeted' but little attention, and did not alarm anybody.' 'But ho could such a little fire burn 'ip a house and lot? You Iaven't tow ne., 'It burned a long time-more than twenty years. And though itseemed t Ceinue very bluwly, yet it wore away about one humidred and fifty dollars' worth every 3 ear, till it wad all gone.' 'I can't understand you yet. Tell me where the fire was ki...

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. — 24 January 1878

DBVOTD TO OLTICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND rO THE GENERAL INTEREST OF oL. VII. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 24 1878 TH1W SENTINEL is PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAT BY D. F. BRAIDLEYI& CO. 'lerms of Subscription. Ohs'Year .............,.$1 50 Si Months . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Adveftiaing Rates. -Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 00 per square, of (9) nine lines, Ot LESS, for the Avst insertion, and 50 cents for each subse quent inset tion. Contracts made for THUREE, IX or TWELVH months, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the nunber of Insertions marked on them, will be published until forbid and charged Pccordingly. These terms are so simple any child may und-stand them. Nine lines is a square one inch, In every instance we charge by the space occupied, as eight or ten lines can be made to occupy four or five squares, as the advertiser may wish, and is charged by the space. SW Advertisers will please state tlie num ber 6f squares they wish their adverLisements...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 January 1878

THE JT L 18 PUBLIsIED 4VERY .TN SDA . iBR L 'Ed. r. PICKENS. 0. H., 8. .: Thursday, January 24, 1878 dKtrial Correspondence. COLUiUIrA, S. Q ap..10, 18'78. Dear Sentinel: Tho Legislature at ter a 26 days' reccs; has reassemblod, and will soon got down to hard.work again. No bills of any importanco have been acted upon since tho reas sembling, except a bill, which cane up to day, yo,establishing the lion Law. This bill throjigh mistake, had becn engrossed for a third reading before it had received a second road ing; but tho journal, whicb had been confirmed by the Iloise, stated that it had been read .a sccond time, and the question arose, "could we go be hind the joui'rinl?" After a spirited debate it was decided in the negative, and the bill came up for a third read ing, and I was very much surprised to find that a majority of the mem, bors seemed to bo in favor of re-en acting the law. The bill, however, was recommitted to the committeo on Agriculture, and when it is roport ed bac...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 January 1878

I ~Chairok Birecouoy. lit Sabbath In eaoemetl,.att4 oletok p..tu. 2d Sabbath in e&U thtaWti.t 20Vo'clock a. m. Secona Bat4bt:4hteV.1tott, Pastor. 1"ta db ath and Saturday 9WfWVn ViW ei mnh alt 11 o'olok a. m. oi 'h at 3 o'.lock p. p ttidig. .R?Trr *ugh 0tk03, fWres erian, (joona) 24 4$h in each month, at 11 o'clocU .". No body killed thib.week. Qour here on tbird to4day in Mareb.* Our- rp.of Probaid called on his n.P,ofes4or ' ast week, K.1MtNED.-Wo learn. that. .a little dbild'6f about two years old, of Mr, W tn.-] Unjor, of Dacusvill' township, wasseierely b'rncd, by boiling, water, one day last week, by the turning overof a kettle. The burn is very scrious if not fatal. Several paidb of plass are out of the :ashes Ain; the School Commis sioiners.office. The County Comllmis sioners should have thorp put in. We don't think the County,Commissioners would sit in theii- offleo long, such weather as this, without' repairing tliei' oWh windows. The members of the Medical Society -of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 January 1878

Diphtheria Cure-Save It. A corroepondent of a Victorian paper writes: "Should any of your jamily be attacked with the dephthe ria do not be alarmed, as it is usual )y and speedily enred without a doctor. When it was raging in New England a few years ago I accom panied Dr. Field on his route to wit neso the no-called 'wonderful cares,' lie performed while the patients of others were dropping off on all sides. The i emedy, to be to rapid, must be simple. All be took with him must be powdered sulphur and a quill, and with these he cured every pa tient without exception. le put a teaspoonful of flour of brimstone into i wine glass of water and stirred it with his finger instead of a spoon, as the sulphur does not readily amal gamate with water. When the sul phur was mixed he gave it as a gar gle, and in ten minutes the patient was out of danger. Brimstone kills every species of fungus in man, beast, and plant in a few minutes. Instead of spitting out the gargle lie recon mended the swal...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 31 January 1878

11 'o4 A 1 tR I - - , 4-' Al IV. D1VTBiroVLITICS's UORALITY9 EDUCATION AND r0 TAR REA ~hfST0'TECUTY ~j,~j* VIII.PLOKENS, S. .9 THURSDAY, AN 4 Y3,17.X> SENTINEL UINED ZVERY TURtSDAY YD. I.SIADLEY & O. F6 of Subserlptlon. ....... ..................$1 60 kitho . i . . . .. . . . . . . 76. Advertising Rates. v ~rgments Inserted at the rate of $100 SUSre, of (9) nine lines, ott i.ax, for the its t tion, and 60 cents for each subse 'lilt laseltion. Cieramts ;nade for TEIRN, six or TWULVN Uohs, on favorable terms. A4vertisements not having the number of Ine4ion mrked on them, will be published until forbid and charged eccordingly. Thqse termdare so sImle any. child may ).4 tet. Nine lines is a square Vol6b In 6very instance we charge by tse .pe occupied, as eight or ten lines can bo e to occupy four or five squares, as the asdtrt i-. may wish, and is charged by the Advertisers will please state the num ber of squares they wish their advertisements toesake. Business men who advertise...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 31 January 1878

t A "Thursdav. January 31, 1878. Major I. F. Bradley, the editor of 1ik j6urrnil, and Representative from this County, was at home a few daps ls week. Ile has been "oMffWng it" in Coltnbis, 'a'nd returned home to reouporate. He left for Columbia on last Sunday. Th-e Supreme Court has' decided that tbe viva voce election of our dircuit Judges is Illegal. This decis ion makes vacant the seats of six out ofeight Circuit J udges. Judges Ker, sba* and Wallace were elocted- by bhllot, and are, under - this decision, the only legally elected Judges in the State. Both Houses of the Legisla., tore met In General Assembly on last Tuesday, for the purpose of elect 4ng now Judges. The result is not known at this writing. Railroad Xeeting. EAsLY, S. C., January 26, 1878. The undersigned respectfully ask -the citizens of Easley and surrounding vicinity to meet with them, in mass, at Easley, in Masonic Hall, on Satur day, the 2nd day of February next, to consider what steps is necessary to be take...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 31 January 1878

a ad Baturdr A, oeYs- ,I* lli eq1w* P. go s 40abbath, and at b doLees, PreebyteWrla, (Secons) th in ech month, at, 1I e'elock am. ~~j~J~kns needs a marshal. I the time to plant trees, oand season is approaching. - ipl elling at 50 cents a bushel kosuocessful farmer, is never idlo. .1',roads are in a bad condition. " q eporta all quiet about Da. siTa.-A. If. Folger has a fine 4tbls house. R. A. Child is happy. It's a twelve )?Ionty of butter and eggs. in the *arkat ur merahan-to ,ore doing good businoa now. tse rab'kari badly needed. Will pouncil attend to this m-ttter. pr fmer's should not. forget to Nxpetifully oflopring oats. 406eWoit'f ashes and salt will stop y tove. ;Dry goods, produce, etc., are as cheap now as they were before the Major Lewis, our Clerk of Court, . has recently mov'ed to the house oc* aupdi lait year by Mr. Carlisle. We publish in this issue a new '6PkH6-' Piedmont Aire Line Railway. Joad it and see at wat tiMe to meet'the train. We understand that Maj. Amble...

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