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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 February 1881

3LOCAJ, 1IMSK. Church Dir~otory. Methodlt.-Rev. S. P. H. Elwell. second Sabbath in each month at 10i o'clook A. M. Rev. Olin L. Durant, 8d Sabbath at11.A. X. Rev. J. 0 Graham, 4th Sabbath at 8 P. K. Presbyterlan-Rev. Hugh tloLees, at the Methodist Church, on 4th Sabbath at 11 O'clock a. m Baptist--Secona Church, Rev. W. B. Single ton Pastor, let Sabbath and Saturday before In each month at 11 o'clock a. m. W Liberty hurch-Liberty Station-Re W B Singleton, Pastor-Services every 2d Sabbath and Saturday before. We call attention to the new adver tisements in this isue. A nurber of swine had street pri.. vileges the other day. Fower dogs and more sheep would be a good thing for this country. Rightyone pupils attending the Pickens High School. Croquet is a popular game in Pick ens. We have some "crack', players. Tho many friends of Mr. R. Wash Fol ger will regrot to hear of his death, which occurred tho 27th ult. The c>croaved family have our heartfelt sympathies. Seed time is near at...

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. — 10 February 1881

Ancient Monuments. One of the most deplorable facts con nected with the East is the destruction of ancient monuments. Marble statues, colns, capitalm of exquisito workman ship, and various other works of art, such as exist in ruined cities, are being collected by the native and burned into limo. Mr. Wood testifies to this fact at Ephesus, and Mr. F. W. Percival states that: "1 Tho Temiplo of Cybolo at tar dis has iever bee'n excavitod, and tho soil has accumulated abovo tho pave mient to a depth of at least twenty-fivo feet; and even this is not sullicient to preservo it, for I found when I was there that a quarry had been d]ug on tho north sido, and t iat splendid blocks of marblo were being broken up into snmall piewes to burn inl tho neighboring limo kilis." Of the Temple of Diana at Tekeh (Arteinisia ad Macandrum,) lie says: " The walls of the periboluts are itaniding to IL heiight of about twenity feet, aind theyv haIve hitherto been the mowst perfect of their hind existing, bu...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 February 1881

DIEVOTEID TO POLM089 N[ORLITy, INDUVAION AND TO THE GENERAL INTEBE!T 01 TEE UOUETRY. By Do F. BRADLEY &00PC EBRUARY 17, 1881. VOL. X.--NO. 22. SOUTHERN NEWS, It rained 130 days in West:rn Texas last year. Italian laborers for orange groves have arrived at Jacksonville, Fla. The colored Methodists of Waco, Tex., are to erect a $7,000 college. Judge A. J. Ross, of Salado, has been elected Grand Master of the Texas State Grange. Philadelphia workmen are laying street mains for the new water-works in Ma con, Ga. Meridian has shipped more eotton for this season than any other town in Mis sissippi except Vicksburg. Alabama has a provision in her con stitution forbidding the consolidation of competing lines of telegraph. No smoking will hereafter be allowed in any of the buildings of Vanderbilt University, Nashville. Mrs. Matilda Fields, of Gibson county, Tenn., sixty years of age, is the daughter of the celebrated Davy Crockett. Atlanta, Ga., is a large horse and mule market. The rece...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 February 1881

THE SENTINEL. D. F. BRADLEY, Editor. PICKENS C. II., S. C.: URSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1881. T1ER~MS: For subsoription, S1.50 per annum, for six months, 75 cents; strictly in advance. Advertisements inserted at one dollar per ;:quare of one inch or less for the first inser, Ion and fifty cents for each subsequent. in ertion. Liberal discount made to merchants and others advertising for six months or by 'he year. Obituary Notices and Tributes of Respect charged for as advertisements. Announoing Candidates five dollars, in Ldvance. On last Tuesday, County Treasurer tribblo settled with the Treasurer of 4ho Atlantic and French Broad Valley Railroad Comnpany,G. W. Taylor, Esq., ;)y order of the County Commissioners, As follows: Amf~ount collected by form or Treasurer, less expenso, $753.71; amount collected by prosont Treas urer, less oxpones, 8808.73-making a total of 1,562.44 turned ovor to the Treasurer of tho Itailroad Company. Concealed Weapons. It is with much gratification that we find...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 February 1881

OI1orh Directory. Methodist.-Rev. a. P. Hf. Elwell, seond Nabbath in each month at 10i o'clock A. U. Rev. Olin L. Durant, 8d Sabbath at 11 A. X. Rev. J. 0 Graham, 4th Sabbath at 8 P. N. - Presbyterian-Rev. Hugh MoLees, at the Methodist Church, on 4th Sabbath at 11 o'clock t. Tn Baptist--Secona Church, Rev. W. B. Single ton Pastor, let Sabbath and Saturday before in each ionth at 11 o'clock a. rM. Liberty Church-Liberty Station-Rev W B Singleton, Pastor-Serviced every 2d Sabbath and Saturday before. L. Jayr. MsLNOUnNN & Co., Newspaper Ad, vertising Agents, 128 W, Baltimore Street, Baltimat'f, ld. are authorized to contract for Advertisements in TuE PICKENS SENTINEL at our best rates. Mr. J. H. Bowen, Tiensurer elect, took charge of the office last Satur day. Miss Minnie Bruce who has been visiting friends in Eureka, Ga. has returned. Miss Ella Lawrence of Seneca City is spending a few days with relatives in this placo. We call the attention of our read ers to the advertisement in...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 February 1881

Going to a Dinner-Party. "Now, we havon't got much time to t ready, my dear," suggested Mr. popendyke, cheerily, "and I won't be Ie at a dinner-party. I want you to fix up so as to be the best-looking woman at the table. You can get ready in an hou-, can't you?" "I think I can," replied Mrs. Spoopen dyke, with a titter. "0 yes, I can dress in that time, and I hope you won't be disappointed in me," and the little wo man began to take down her back hair. "You might get my shaving tackle for me," said Mr. Spoopondyke, appro printing the only mirror. "And now I think of it," he continued, after a pause, "my dress-coat needs a button. Sew it on, won't you?" Mrs. Spoopendyko lugged out the coat, and hunted through a broken-down old bag after a button that would do. "Got that button sowed on yet?" in quired Mr. Spoopondyke, lathering away comfortably. "In a minute, my dear," responded his wife. "Well, burry up; I want you to put these studs and sleeve-buttons into my clean shirt." Mrs. Spo...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 February 1881

DEVTOTED To POLITICS5p XORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE 0EEA2ITR14O R 0UTY TD. F.: 'BRADLEY &-00- PICIKEN.S,. S. C., THURSDAY, FEBUR14181VLX-N TE EMAD MEN. The moon is in a state of decrepitude, a dead world.--P. otor's Leouree. The moon is dead.- detunet-played out So says a very learned doctor; She looketh well, beyond a doubt Perhaps she's in a tranoe, dear i'roctor. At any rate she's most entrancing. For one of such deorepit age; And on her radiant beauties glaneing, She charms the eyes of youth and sage. And so the man upon her's perished I He lived in doleful Isolation; Poor wretchI No wife his hoaom cherished, No children equalled his consolation. Yet she's adored by all the yples, Whose lovers sigh beneath her beams, She aids the steps of staggering tipales, And silvers o'er romantic streams. And once she caught Endymion sleeping, And stooped to kiss him in a grove, Upon him very slyly creeping; He was her first and early love. But that's a very ancient story, and was a yo...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 February 1881

THE SENTINEL. D. F. BRADLEY. Editor. PICKENS C. 11., S. C.: TM SDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1881. rTERMS: For subseription, $1.50 per annum, for six oaths, 75 cents; strictly In advance. Advertisements inserted at one dollar per ,ware of one inch or less for the first inser. on and Afty cents for each subsequent In irtion. Liberal discount made to merchants ad others advertising for six months or by a1 year. Obituary Notices and Tributes of Respect .iarged for as advertisements. Announcing Candidates five dollars, In Ivance. A New Paper. The New South, a Republican paper, ublished at Greenville, S. C., has been oceived. The salutatory is very well vritten and conservative in tone. The Stock Law Constitutional. A case involving the eanstitutional% 'y of the stook law was recently tried t Abbeville Court House. Judge 191r61haw decided the law to be con, titutional. An appeal was taken to he Supreme Court. Moving The friends of the Atlantic and French Broad Valley Railroad in Ab coville are circ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 February 1881

Mi~ro) MIreotory. -R4 8 P. H. Btwelt. seond a 'Acnth at10 o'olook A. U. . DutantdR8 bath atti A. M. .Q o Gx6am, 4th.Sabbath at 8 P. g. terida---Ar. Hugh M0otees, at the tChuv6hb on 4th Sabbath at 11 'ooik a. in -o "bitistseeooiha ChrRev.W. B. Single te Past Ist Sabbath and Saturday before s -eah buth at 11 o'elook a. m. Liberty Churoh-Libefty iation--Rev W B Blagleton, Pastor-Services every 2d Sabbath and Saturday before. L; Jarr. Lnovans & Oo., Newspaper Ad. verilsing Agents, 128 W, Baltimore Street, Baltimore, Md. are.authorised to oontract for Advertisements in3Tau Poxrus 821TINs, at our best rates. A barbed wire fence is a new addi. tion to Pickens. North Carolina apples sold at $1 25 per bushel in this place last week. Pickens County is moving forward in the line of progress. Farmors are making vigorous prep arations for the coming crop. Wagon loads of Irish potatoesfrom North Carolina are making their ap pearanoe in town. A two story store house 24 by 50 feet, with printin...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 February 1881

Remdnlscences of Henry Clay. Eli Grant is an aged neo lving I Lounisville, Ky. Whien Eli was aot 13 years old he went on a trip to New Orleans with his master, Edward Carter, a wealthy planter. There he had occa sion to act for a few days as the valet of Henry Clay, who was then visiting in the Crescent City. He was a bright, sprightly boy, and the statesman be cane so much attached to him that he bought him from his master, paying the rather-stiff price of $1,200. In a short time he went to his new master's home, at, Ashland, and lived as the favored ser vaiit of the man " who would rather be right than be President " for a number of years. "I kin remember old Mr. Clay jest like it wur yisterday," said Eli. "I allers loved him, and [allers love to talk about him." Then the old man went on to talk about some of Mr. Clay's char acteristics in domestic life. He said that he was exceedingly fond of his wife, and in addressing her always called her "my dear." He was kind and indulgent t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 March 1881

4h REdns Elind. PVOTED T POLITIW, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO TNU SUNUALI IT1T 61 TR3 UHUNTEY. By D. F. BRADLEY & 00. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1881. VOL. X.- NO. 25 SOUTHERN NEWS. rho Texas House has voted down the proposition to exempt manufacturers from taxation. Joseph Jefferson has ordered 100,000 feet of lumber for his $35,000 house on Orange Island, La. The managers of the Camberdown Cot ton Mills at Greenville, S. C., have de termined to employ 250 additional opera tives. The Supreme Court of Misissippi has decided that the city charter of Natchez does not authorize the levy of a tax on drummers. 4 The Waycross (Ga.) Reporter learns that the farmers of that section are turn ing their attention to the cultivation of sea island cotton. The government work at the mouth of St. John's river, Fla., is progressing, and it ii said that it will make that river one of the most important in the Union. The contractors who have undertaken to drain Lake Okeechobee in Florida a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 March 1881

THE SNNTINEL. D. F. BRADLEY, Editor. PIOKENS 0. H., S. C.: TiIU ODAY, MAICH 3, 188. CTER1MS: For rubseription, $1.50 per annum, for six months, 75 cents; strictly in adyance. Advvrtisements inserted at one dollanr per *quate of one inch or less for the first 1nser ion and fifty cents for each subsequent in sertion. Liberal discount made to merchants and others advertising for six months or by the year. Obituary Notices and Tributes of Respect harged for as adver-tisements. Announcing Candidates five dollars, in advance. Murder in Abbeville. Caroline Farrow colcrod, was shot illo on the night ->1.)m the testimony 1,' - oronor's inquest, 011nVv laiham Butee Martin was impli cated as the nitirderer. Martini's broth or, 3. Cam phell, protests tl.o innoconco of his brother, and says tha t ho (Wm. Boo) w as in hii bed asIcop at the Gimo ofthe shooting. Could Not Agree. Col. 11. B. C. Catih, who killed Col. Shannon in a duel in Darlington County Iast f1ll, vas tried at Darling toui Cour...

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. — 3 March 1881

Ohurh Diretor7 Methodist.-Rev. S. T. i. 1w0l, seo*A Sabbath in each month at 11o'look A. t., Rev. Olin L. Durant, 8d 8bbath at 11 A. - R ev. J. 0 . Graham, 4th Sabboth at 8 V. x Presbyterlan-Rey. Hugh MOLees, at ta Methodist Church, on 4 Sabbath 'i 11 o'clock a. w Baptist-Seoon% Churi, Rev.W. 1. Singe ton Pastor, 1st Babbtii and Sitairday befot in each month at 11o 4160k A. in. Liberty Chuiifh..mLiberty Btation-e* WB Singleton,. Past o'--ervices every 2d Sabbath and Saturday before. L. Jart. MILoVnNA & 0o., Newspaper Ad" verlising Agents, 128 W, Baltimore Street, liaItimute, Md. are authorised to sontraot fot Advertisements injTu. PioxuNs 8WNTINZLa at our best tat.es. Gardening ts now in ordor, and don't you forget it. There was thunder, lightning, bail and rain at this place on last S0nday, night. Mr. Wm.-I. Ash more of this place, has been quite ill for some time past, but is now improving. We were glad to see him on the streets rocohtly. Mr'. E1. 0. Singleton, of Central Town...

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. — 3 March 1881

The Abrpt and the Condentlal Customer. There are a great many different kinds of customers. There is the haughty, reserved customer, who disdainsfli arity; and then,~again, there is the con *Adential customer, who, in buying pres ents, dscloses his whole family history. For instance: a tall, stately-looking gentleman, wearing eye.glasses entere a store, and, leanig back heavily on his Vdignity, drawled: "I want to see some books-ah-for a boy."I "How old is the boy?" asked the clerk, who was in a hurry. "Sah " said the customer "I am hor rifled ai your brutal attempt, sah,1 to pry into my family affairs. Why don't you atsk me how old the eggs were I had for breakfaat, or what I paid for my gentle mnu's underwear? Suppose I were to sk you what you paid a 'nonth for your waaIIg, and why you haven't got a cleaner shirt on, what would you say?" "I would say,"o said the clerk, "that your mother hadn't brought my shirts home yet from the wash because you had borrowed one of them from her t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 March 1881

DEVOTID TO POLITI0S, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO TIE SINUBAL INTUEST @F TUE UOUITY. By D. F. BRADLEY & 00. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1881. VOL. X. NO. 26. The Elder Booth. Botth, the elder, knew his characters by intuition; he could assume or doff them instantaneously at will. One night, in the Charleston Theater, while playing in the " Iron Chest," he stood at te " wing" with Jefferson. The lat ter was playing Sampson, and Booth, of course, his great part of Sir Ed ward. While they were thus standing, Booth, who was waiting for his "cue," said to Jefferson: "By the way, Joseph, I notice that Xou don't'sing the song in this part of . ampson. Why don't you do it in the way your grandfather used to (1o?" "Well, Mr. Booth," replied the young man, "I think it must be for the reason that I don't know how. I never knew there was a song sung in the part." 9 "Oh, yes," replied Booth, at once as suming the air and facial expression of a comedian, " your grandfather used to do it...

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. — 10 March 1881

THE SENTINEL. D. F. BRADLEY, Editor. PICKENS C. 11., S. C.: THU8SDAY, MARCH 10, 1881. 'TER~MS: or subseription, $1.50 per annum, for six ths, 75 cents; strictly in advance. dvertisements inserted at one dollar per are of one inch or less for the first inser, and fifty cents for each subsequent. in ion. Liberal discount made to merchants others advertising for six months or by year. bitnary Notices and Tributes of Respect .red for as advertisements. nnouncing Candidates five dollars, in nfce. * e Gary-Kelley Affair in Congress. During the proceedings of Congress tho 26th ult., Mr. Horr, of Michi n, a vengeful fanatical anti South, i hypocrito, offered an amendment the sundry civil appropriation bill, - pay W. F. Gary, of this County, i~o sum of one bundred dollars per month during the timo he remained sabled from the wound inflicted upon in by W. J. Kelley, provided said Syment should not continue for a 'iger period thian twolvo months. It )pCars from the proceedings which o publitsl...

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. — 10 March 1881

LO3CA L ITE~MS. Churoh Directory. lbtodist.-1ey. S., P, H. Elwell. gecond Sabbath in each month at 101 o'olook A. x. Rev. Olin L. Durant, 8d Sabbath at11 A. K. '4 Rev. J. 0 Graham, 4th Sabbath at 8 P. K. Presbyterian-Rey. Hugh MoLees, at the Methodist Church, on 4th Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m Baptist-Secona Church, Rev. W. B. Single ton Pastor, 1st, Sabbath and Saturday before in each month at 11 o'clook a. m. Liberty Church-Liberty Station-Rev W B Singleton, Pastor-Services every 2d Sabbath and Saturday before. L. JEFF.IHILBOURNa & 0o.,'NewspaperjAd. vertistingtAgents, 128 W,-.Baltiniore Street, B3altinore, Md. are'authorized to contract for Advertisements inHTnE PICKENS SENTINEL at our best rates. * ~ We call attention to the law card of Messis. Wells, Orr & Taylor, which appears in this issue. These gentle men are all well known to our citi. zens, and their Standing and legal ability gives a guaranteer of faithful service to all who may desire their professional berrices ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 March 1881

Artemus Ward. When, in 1863, Ward oinceived the idea of making a lecture tour through California-a great undertaking in those days-he engaged the writer to accom pany him as an agent, offering a salary that made the insignificant pay of a Cleveland "local" blush with shame. Not knowing that lecturers, and espe. cially humorists, have a way of engag ing every man as agent who professes a desire to travel, I made all preparations to go, resigned my situation, and anxiously awaited my summons. As I waited various articles were sold to pay expenses. I ate my stove, I re member; I think P drank up my bureau. At length, when nearly everything had gone, I learned that Ward had gone, t.0, taking another agent. I was nat urally incensed, and resolved that there would be a severo settlement when next we met. I rehearsed the anticipated sceno frequently, and resolved just how I would go to work and annihilate him. Our meeting was in New York in ,Tuly, 1864. I had heard of his return from Calif...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 March 1881

DEVOTED T POIL&TW, MuELIT, nBATION AND Tl TEE tUNUAL ITUUT ST TEE WWNTRY. By D. F. BRADLEY & 00. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1881. VOL. Xe. NO. 27 SOUTHERN NEWS. Twelve hundred tax executions were issued in Kershaw county, S. C., during the last year. The colored population of Arkansas has increased from 122,169 in 1870 to 210,622 in 1880. The Lynchburg News says that during the past eleven months the sale of the goods of the Charlottesvilie woollen mills has given about seventeen per cent. net profit from the capital stock. The work of naming and numbering the streets of San Antonio, Texas, was begun February 16. Although the city is over 140 years old, but few of the streets have been named, and none num bered. The Palatka (Fla.) Herald says that there are 120,000 acres of the best sugar lands in the world, south of St. Augus tine, on the Atlantic coast. If properly cultivated it would produce 40,000 hogs heads of sugar annnally. Al The constitution of the State of...

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. — 17 March 1881

T LE SENTINEL D. F. BRADLEY. Editor. PICKENS 0. II., S. C.: IRSDAY, MARCH 17, 1881. T1ERMNS: tubseription, $1.50 per annum, for six , 75 cents; strictly in advance. rtiiemenuts inserted at one dollar per of one inch or less for the first inser. d fifty cents for each subsequent in Liberal discount made to merchants hers advertising for six months or by ir. sary Notices and Tributes of Respect d for as adlvertisements. muOing Candtidates five dollars, in * e. Vetoed. of the last. official acts of Hayes was to te three per cent refunding bill. The al banks which are owned by the Repub party or which owns the Republican it, is hard to tell which, bulldozed him . The bill would have saved millions tax payers of the country annually, but ney power which runs this government :h the Republican party was not willing taxation reduced by losing a high rate --rest on their bonds, and they put their t it. An extra session of Coegress will be the resa!t nf it. Garfild's Inaugural. i sident Garfi...

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