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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 February 1882

24M d A 6re Oieio ~.0 -8ue *Wgait inerdio Ms A MW inte kt te'r. resolut .4~ II~~dor*o lt ametnd'd b the Setsto. * od rbie 'ol5ri _44"m drifeens eusdt rsugdtent andVM bterlie *fmetM'&m e ta in ad te eoluiOn G- ng 4 d.,~ fleA, 8, C., Feb., 8 1w82. b ise. e"day f, aj burn ptI, behfixed. The. ilouse re 4 BsolutiandtoPsjots on te 6*~ amended by the Senate to a t Un tbe Honse refused to 444: ndtrent and 'before the 1pdiobe bninste agaip, the up.o gg 1ther -resoh ion fixing S I-p thO9t-, a Who Inat.e at.e rp many .people w11 o b ~ qlasler. especially thost -of uk wro have becotet ared b)l(1idra and responsibilties, Sret ire -to pribte life. -'look titwith as mudh 'ettrxiety as a ill outffis tUOIs. The e pprofrato bill was rend the ' 'h to day. The p15t9, ill be disposed of in * b eh ig-p'att t'~eate awee'.. 10 prov idos, g~ tremet fromn tiofe couse, for a levy for te~pufot 9 4g tilla. ~It; mafy te 4 he mount tofive 11ly passes., ''he stock bet. will not. dowvn at. any !e1&intgu iAT...

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. — 9 February 1882

Ele alpe n* "AM ny wa saloda l an tI Idn o, pas lhto0it h oups on ex%~t ati fr nin at""l 3i o'clock. The at n af t loastn ita'ar1e)l, b oo e r word 'ain fThe- Aun 10% 'hnaO ta'l rig nd fe .es >to6b after tie long Uom sps d 4W fi'o'iu -Fl ipox'i04'itlll raxing. Un, ill at Dr. G. W. Narl's and be vaccin' . Whenever Dr. Tom Folger vac Thifites a mnan it is sure Ll talo. Espechity Itfie i at newspaper a.3ln The touch 'f t'lvely aino. the, rat est.. W. gwetiung dessert.-A 'atenth6od6. hpfiod Yf1. .The subscription to the SEN T INEL F 'is rapidly increasing. Several new saubscribors since tho onlargrteent. It affords us muchit ploutore to anTnouce that Mr. J. Frankc F Iihole And hi$. little *ton) rlivtnt, Who havo at n i id'boti 1P)0;e ,r * b The sti nuito sick are 0OVErTing bsrom their ilnceses. Qit nnfill ittsiitinig 'mItng (4 th110 Y. Al. C. A. was hold at' the hoftel ol Sabbath oveningt last. A cordial hivitation .i4 exuo ded itall who ae intoroted -in the cause ot 'the IMLster to ...

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. — 9 February 1882

ne -th itoo 6to be oeet -i p ~treaMure be ha pr.,T s to nfi JMaTig the rest, TRCONTRY PO'STMAN., the story of a Hero. ln.1stsa troen the French of Louts ous.] Ta ha ofton seen him pass through the foldaith a hasty tread, recogniza ble onlyby his blouse and his regu latit but also by the sustained ac Uv 9f movements because for him the o are counted and he has not t to slacken his pace. An inde e walker, he accomplishes his tosk from the inret to the last day of the year witIhcut even resting. No matter thoUgh a p al sun invite all creatures to b ** tionless, though the cold be -though it blow and snow, he At 6'to the last village on his koMt. to carry the letters, newspapers .nd proepeotuses whioh trade confides by inaillions to the care of the post. The highways are not made for him, and he must cross the country, passing through woods and marshes, to seek the but lost in the depths of solitude, far remored from any public road. He travels from eight to ten leagues daily, making ci...

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. — 9 February 1882

I 11 AIL DEVOTED TO POLITIC R0AMT EDUCATION AND TO THE UENERAL INTEREST O THE 001UNTY* D. . BRADjEY & 00. PICREN S THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1882. VOL.AR XI.NO,2 gqnun th Mhip. S1h1V keburg, Miss., recent. i alon ~aiipp1900 * 'of uin y convicts hanged in the Vited States in 1881, A rkansas bead wittii to.en da tiololred mon in the ssippt legislature, eight in the Mbuse and one in the senate. ThoWe af mill at Weeson Miss., pays'twenty-six per cent. divideud, and the stock is worth over $800. two-iuchve rp put in a 'pond near Atlanta, twq yQre'agQ, was caught a few dayssince, and weighed seven pounds. The Mississippi press alarmed at the recent eAi fy ,sales ofJand to speculators in that state, is urging that the state lands should be withdrawn from the market until they are explored, classi fi*d and appraised, and then they should be d i9 such a way as to swell the fsch-ool revenues of the state. Augusta, (Ga.) News: A Pennsylva nia fra is manufaeturing paper at Sa vannah, from what ...

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. — 9 February 1882

Ink*, -S. Or T9 1882. Er urres, JA'f ix t iser&ed -a one kollr pet, fbe' for the tet isertion -I tek Vheeqfteit Mnertion I jndfc s1teoiftf!nts n othere Sik mon' tr ?n the yr. hd Tributes "of un.Rc vatea Je dollara, in ad ' f! ne. C., Feb., 8 1882. 88 A dy far aturn ba last been fixed. The ouse: ohnessted4 resolutiqn' to,djp rep on the S1O ftu w~si amendedby the Senate -to W b 1,,but the House refused to Ith. e atendftent and befotb the ad, iipon tft1499 agai th'e 6 bent, over. a palv r, le'sp1 ln Derg th 1006d t~;t dvba Sepak: at encei ol6tlered, an .dppse many .people will no breathe basier. especially 1-hoft 'of us' 'who fiame bocorni *ired 0AWors and respotisiblitties, a is~. rt9 retiro -to privote life. #I 'look 'r i with as mudh 10trxiety as a doenItI'1R gett i'&g Wis Atoons. The $:: isa 've .pprgI Hatfodt bill was read the IlztL 1: 1 f o. Senate to day. Thet * o' mill 'be disposca of in' themsm'p - pani of oext, ,wee'k., It provides, moltiAk1ee from .the lousefor a lev...

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. — 9 February 1882

it .0" QlOn'ew voihani, and *lh( 8 ben after hIgh o'r'silne. tre a ing amid 4 '0 0. a o is place Ilnofoir hitO1?ghorspes is Iha@ t es In town. Heir aud hoo L*$ iooday wai saloday and it. a anunbor of people were in town, fltov. A. P. Nichblson, of 'Lurens Will praseh 16 tle Court, Iouse oi ext Sabbth'evening at 3 o'clock The lbuIhs af!i :ahin have at last 'lisapjeoaroll, blt thu thed LdI 'o The aSttn lot)Icm tina'sfiha y Ibright %nd. feels so k66a aitor 'Life lony floorny spei. . ~Il' p 'is'tiI raging. tOa?] aIt Dr. G. W. Rarlo's and bo vaccin' Whenever Dr. Tom Folger vic, (iftktes a man it is sure to tako, .Espoc.ihhy If 1e is a newspapor man. The t6ituh eo'f a1 6veiv f 0ngoi'Is the latests way o4?weeteeeing dIebort. A atent ShoiId bo hpfVied Yfv. The mbscription to the SEN rrN Er. is rapidly incroasing. Several new isubscribers since the Cnlargetnomt. It affords us mih pleasuzire to nnounce that Mr. J. Frank F'ger un&tld] his liRtle son Ernest, who hav both hee.qiiite Rick aro...

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. — 9 February 1882

a aftw are blowieg; adgrowing, gates a4 the fence. as good workers shouid; keping the good. hWa time is it ? tobe earnest, oosing true easure; ce-of trugbeing fond; word jnot " good as your bon Doing your be, iUme to be truthful, - J aving the rest, n whatever Coun or clime n ren we a book one mute of time. TFE COUNTRY POSTMAN. The Story of a Hero. RMPIqat from the French of Louis Qola..] XNAveO often seen him pass through -eO dVith a hast tread, recogniza %0b ** o -by his blouse and his regu ISaaat, but also by the sustained ac - ivi of his movements 'because for him the iltats are counted and he has not PAW tht to slacken his pace. An indo fatiale walker, he accomplishes his task from the first to the last day of the 7a witbqut even resting. No matter though a tropial sun invite all creatures to become anotionless, though the cold be Wiberian, though it blow and snow, he must go to the last village on his koute to carry the letters, newspapers and prospectuses whioh trade confides...

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. — 16 February 1882

lit 7 777: J.P D)EVOTED) T1O POLITICS, MORALITY, ]EDUCATION AND TO THE UNERAL INTRUEST OF THE CUTY BD.FBRDE &CoPICKENS. S. C., TUSA ,FB ARY 16, 1882 VO.XSRO 2 Jn Florida 8,000 pie a le can I raised on an acti of ground. one O housand me are employed i thelron rorks in Cherokee county, Ah The only drawback to cocoanut rabi ing in Florida is that It takes ten yea1 for the trees to bear. Fifteen hundred executions for delhi quent poll taxes- have been Issued i Union county, S. 0. An old man on Caney Fork, in Mid die Tennessee, caught $6,000 woi th o ;mw, logo during the last rise. Tennessee- has a State law which mi poses a fine of $500 for failure to repor small pox cases to the State Board o Health. At Louisville, Miss., John D. M Thrasher has been sent to the peniten tiary for life for the murder' of W. D Triplett. The Georgia Supreme court has de cided that the cities of that State mus stop their debts at 7 per cent of thei taxable property. Six hundred partridges in boxes ship...

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. — 16 February 1882

-" - ---t. - DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORtALITYj ]DUCATION ANID TO THE #AENERAL INTE1RST OF THE0UR -.-... H URDA YFEB3RUA RY O16,1LN.822 n Flada, 8s0 . ianM Mdmeiare eployed! I the'ben *'rks in Cherokee county, Ah the only drawback to cocoanut rah Ing in Florida is that It takeis ten year for the trees to bear. -Fifteen hundred exeentions for deli quent poll taxes- have been issued 1 Union o n county, . . An old man on Caney Fork, in '01id .die Tennesee, caught $6,000 wor th oj e log during the last rioo t Tennessee 'has a State law which im poses a fine of 500 for failure to repor umall pox cases to the State Board o: Realth. At Louisville, Mi., John D. M Thrasher has been sent to the peniten tiary for life for the murder' of W. D Triplett. The Georgia Supreme court has de cided that the cities of that State musi stop their debts at 7 per cent of thelb taxable property. Six hundred partridges in boxes shipped from Danville, Va., arrived ir Wilmington, Del., last week for the Delaware G...

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. — 16 February 1882

'o r1, 188 S*1.50 per annum, for si. t. strictly in advance. 8t Mnerted al owe -dolMr pey rless for the firt n'ertion 0ents for eaeh lsubsequent insertion. kiscount made to inerchants and othen for six months or tfy Mhe ear. r Notices and Tributes ' Respec as adooriemnte. Awswig 'Candidates five dollar8, in ad. County 1Normala. 40 our people generally are much inter %ted on the subject of education, perhap % short article on nornial teiLching will b6 Wtettaing to our readers. It. is a truti thM o be contradicted that lie wh4 *bows ather how to do a thing well, aims est know wow Co do it well himself, or tlii Sdeal principal aplied to the subjec fnder consideration sta'nds thus: For 1lh t#oher to instruct well lie must know hov W Instruct, and to our mind (lhe best nii tAa thorough way is for ench teachor t< %o through a course of norial trilining The physician, before lie is licensed (I practice, is required to devote two or thre< ears to lie special study of meiciEne. The law...

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. — 16 February 1882

' WO yo bg Jadios Aottly do At '0h6V saw I young Ina oaring a "Gtslc pitobe'r" tong th mt0rt not long since. Oili on G. W. tarle and buy youi Orden6 pets. iabysjo CO.,'. wyatt Aiken for Ove volumes of te reports of th< U. 8. Commiss-enors to the Parit ,nikersal Exposition, 1878. '1he School Trustees for Eaploy Township will moot next Saturday, 'the 18th inst. at 10 o'clock, A M. .aried on the 12th inst., at th< kllfenco of Mr. Jno. Brown, by 11 A. Richeoy ljbq., John B. Stophom 'o Miss SaLlio Roberts, all of Pickons Miss Edwards of Duo West, Ab povillo Couity, h: a made applica 4ioh ,t'fOi' the position of music teach i Co Th High St-hool at this place, We supposo sho will got the position .wWe return thiinks to Mr. Jamc P. a.t:y f Vor the very able and satis 'Rti'tory manno'r in which he con ducted the editoiltil department, oi the SENTINEL during our absence in tkofumbia. i141Ob.DInhis'.--Dr. S. W. Clay R0ons'a gin houie and pin were burned oq tho night of the 6th inbt. Be t...

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. — 16 February 1882

scoff-... msseaaan. af. the Louisville Courier een thrown into wild terror by the fact thot a i reform association in E;1 posed of eminently respecta ad led by the Viscountess propose to do away with the e of female apparel and don e trousers, and he shrieks y: "We are willing that they t have the ballot when they convince 6 "'they want it; we are willing should ive usthe whole width et-crossing, and take the mud; afrewiing that they shall resign to their seats in the horse egjrs and other ..... .o leces, and receive in return our regard; we are even willing thieyshall crawl out of bed first, and o the fire in the morning; but, by .1t)oly hide of the sacred bull, we will .ing to our pantaloons fTHil the stars are oldi And the sun grows cold,' And our lait gaUe-button shan lose Its hold I * Womanhood Eu Mome and state. Mrs. M E. Eastman, at Woman's congress : ere is nothing in the state which we do not put into it. If the word womanhood means anything the state sdeil as the home need...

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. — 23 February 1882

. . . . ? -. - w- -- a -00 DEVO'ED T, POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE qBNERAL INTEREST OF TIE COUNTRY. By D. F. BRADLEY & 00. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1882 VOL XI NO 23 easef .aewhoenn gi iwasnd will be sown tp 'Georgia the presen A$'y fomer period. stink traders are bringinj 041r0ade back from A tlanta rathe n eselace them at, the low price -7,~ There arefifteen prisoners tn the Vir 466penitentiary for life, one for fifty, oUr years one for thirty-eight, and tw( The arthae (N. 0.) Gazette say, hat twenty poends of old pure goU have been taken from the Cugle mine in the post two weoekr. . Oltines of Alabama pay taxes or 0$06,000 worth of farming tools and me chanical Implements, and on gunp, pi& tland airks, valued at #854,000. The Silver Valley mine in Davidsor tounty NTiar., employs about 80 hand, anud produces abou t five tons of concen frated ore daily, which is valued at$500 per ton. The Southern fourth of Alabama is Covered with forests of Jong l...

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. — 23 February 1882

-g P n Ien , orsix 41t an dtanlee. M t 0 'ewn 'dollar per f'1eefor the frat ei'tion br~ eaeA~ ieegtsat insertion, I &tade tonAEnInte-nd other. qisamenths or by the yeai-. *ONA* vad Wolt. of 4eepcct '44*diato doUars, -in ad tanburg Herald. btup6 Hlrdldof the 15th irst. Much enlarged. The pro. Aded 4 column to enoh page. -fidditlouiil *chrmns, and hava' o inches to tie lengt h of ench 'lob me equivalent to three more h4lm"us making altogether at. least "his -more of'space thain was con, 14, Its former site. The Herald is 41b cont.y pn pos hi -e Stale a Its p roperity. Under False Colors; pondent. of tihe Reform signal irAgti 'e 'wns a -citIen of Pick $f, ahd plicles into tihe organized 4,:9Ocy, rnges, monopolies and matters v4s generally. lie sails under faise - We kiow the diction of the letters dot0ll to be deceivrd by the pretention 04&es citizen of tIis County. We setibildhQed t-oomin'uy -of Mhi cnmitini An the S rz. to be deceived by 41Y 4 .ruI . Come out. fronn undmer Yd...

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. — 23 February 1882

'V: AA 4 g to bud.' 11 e. oons in 0he fit e 'pruevalent In this pi, our towns poo, ~. 4 I~ ~. raydi with It, auldln'was In Lown & day. Uoe brought, his little A"w tg to attoid 6ur flourish fig and popular ighb Sdhool. (Ja Ion 0i W. Iarle'and buy your ho oidy, rainy *echt'i' eon AInux-*-1d but little rhrm woric' 1:aa ofbeen doneat. We return thanks to such of our 4tohan'ges as have beon pleased to e te a complimnoitary notLiCo on 410 onhargemnout of our paper. Ro. John T. Lewis was in town ,a les week making arringements to smen4 his daughter to Prof. Mcas la'c %hool. Th subsription list to the SEN T14NXE Ptill continuem to increyaw. We tAiNk we *il'l lildd two hundred Wmore names to our list before tho vlose of thu year. Dr. T. W. Folger vnecinai ted over f'rty of the students of the H1igb ? c'vhool tt his place last week. lie bi4d proviiosly vaeci'niAted at portion of the scheol, and his last visit fin, ished up tho work. Mr. Thos. S. Powell,a painter by trade aild a woll known...

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. — 23 February 1882

bg irs& ate modate. being who wishes to ebeing ! If you do not Vill ihave no diffoulty in o companion of a different I Voquettes are but too rare. at requires g t abilities, 'a gfay and airy spirit. coquette ghat provides all hse t; 4geste the riding party, Jhe piWiic gives anid guesses cha * ots them. She is the stirring amint aWi the heavy congeries of so O the soul of the house, the . Let any one pass a very eek, or it may be ten days, r~o and analyze the cause , and one might safely Ga. tlewager that his solution present him with the frolic phan n*i of a ooquette.-DiraeU. .O.male Gamblers. ' tdthey thing the women do, but less openly, says a correspondent at Sarato Ig is to play cards for money, and A of the private parlors of the a Uion and Congress Hall could tell pre tales of fair faces, flushed neither th rouge nor wine, but the Seeitement of gambling. Betting at races, which has become so common mong thM ladies, has stimulated their ~ve of chance, and the fashion of pla...

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 March 1882

DEYOTED) To POLITIC89AORAMITp 19RUCATION AND TO THE UENEAL INTEREST OF THIE CUTY C, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1882.V 4'~4 ~ I hveV j i q --bel t apital of 410(k to introduee thi at olutnbns, Ga. * rkins of Tennese a WMragen'ts for experimen tJR he efiot of commercial fer, he crops ih every county. in lio'go capitalists are negoti. th4 "purchase 18,000 acres of Requachee county, Tenn., as an Ont. It is well timbered and W Ze marble quarry near Calhoun, has been leised, and 100 steam lidwill be opert"d there; A railroad be built and other preparations for extensive quarrying. The Atlanta Constitution discovers in e fact that the Eagle and Phmnix ,Mf1lt of Oolombus, Ga., last year earned Per en . on their capital stock, one theo most overwheining political tri U*phs for the louth. The Georgia railroad has compromised 1 1enry Hill, whom the passenger ?. 'conductor put off near Madison last sllummer for not wearing his coat in the leA ' car. Ttbe road paid $5,000 for this treatise on etiquette....

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 March 1882

la osix dotler per $rit inertion u@ent~ insertion. to *te4'bants iand othere Astoft or by the year. '40d- Q utee of Respet i vates fe dollar,, in ad ArMt Retired. of the United States on the l introduced by Senator Lo Gon. Grant to the army with oeeral*uA to place him on the takpn up and, after a good 'dlionssion, was passed. Senator this Sate, took an active part in t in opposition to the bill. Sena-. otn~ Call, Davis of Illinois, Davis of a, Jones of Flori a and Ran otel With the Republicans on the of lb. bill. If this action will 0t of retiring Grant, from poli SC.A It wll be a good thing for the country. he Star Route Thieves. *AfUiNOToN, February 20.--Tike grand r , the result of weeks of inquiry, has tdown to the di-trit. attorney a pro t.ment against i welve persons for con cy in the Star route eases. The t rans N, of the grad jury room are sporet, tit t has been ftscertained that among %hose presented for indictment are ex-A sistant Postmaster General Tho,. J. Brady, ex-oena...

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 March 1882

or' PI ' bIop plaesf ~ ~W tOidO0 Ar6lina potsto wagonst 'ng .oonmon ha tbis side 4 fe is raging in vaious W e. 1aeounts 'of deaths 40e voral of ourexUhaigos. 4 siet ;. Oary of this place nov ~inted a Trial Justice )covrnor, 'Vice J. JX. Boggs ashould not sufferfice a cough, 4 i few doses of Ayer's Cherry - &tOtI will cure. Time, aioney, 19,9ori, health, all are saved by it. P Millford, white, stabbed and ,N 4..illium Doughls, colored, in a Ilefiulty Utween them n'sa' Ab :1 ikle Court House in.woek. Lt. week was clear and cold, and d deal of farm work was done. 4 since clouded up and more !bad weather is feared.' The Sunday school at this place wts re-orgarilzed on ?ast Sunday, *i1h about 75 scholars present. The ( biteeras of last year were re-elected. .3r. Alonso M. V'olge'r, Postmass 1 ter at, Iisley, has boen quito ill, but i .re are glad to learn is rapidly im- i rproving. A man wA6 oclares himself in, 'dependent in politics iN like pro.. terty put up for sale at public auct...

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. — 2 March 1882

of elung. i he ad or along he * nostrils andN er. Says the University, attention to t acute exanthemata with .rash) that a Ueas suoh cases, and this attention, cannot his duty to his pa serious fact about these -out of the very intimate bewaeen the ear and the E006 of the bony wal which nte arna l es in direct Okt MAimbrane of the brain. erts ofthle weU are so thin-as to t. There are also open. 'It for the passage of nerves and often parts of it tuting-through arrest of develop p~aurulent innnmations of the extend readilyf to the brain-the so, the younger the child. These nase similar -mfiammation of the 4 . embrafnes, inflaminatIn of large veins and abscesses O the brain. early one-haf of the latter are due this eese, ehrnio inflammation of itself perhaps only in -&Woc-being vastly more acute.- You' (om. NA4betp Cologne Water. only perfume which never seems any and which leaves no un tang behind it-in that of cloge whih stimulates w ile ithe enseqand suggests a pleasant whole. ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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