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' ' DEVOTlUVrO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTEREST OP TlTlC COUNTRY ^ =~ =~
' Y0L- V- PICKENS, S. C? THURSDAY, SEPTEMRUU 30, 1875; ' NO r, '
Ml Mil at >1 n.l ? i-.i ?I -! I ? ' i _ . ,| t
- The fickens Sentinel.
9, P, BftULEY, Editor and Proprietor,
# PICKENS, S. C., SEPT 30, 187*.
Tcmun ot* NubNCi'ipHon.
Ono Your $1 50
^ Six Months 75
AfivertiNiiig llnic*.
Advertisementsinserted al. the rale of $1 00
per sqnuic, of (0) nine linen, on i.khs, for tlie
first inb< tion, and GO cents for each subsequent
in8cttion.
v Contracts made for tiirkk, six or twklvb
* months, on favorable terms.
Advertisements not having the number of
Insertions morked on them, will lie published
until forbid and charged accordingly.
Theso terms are so simple any child may
^ understand them. Nino lines is a square? I
Jjotofchioh, In every instance wo charge by
the space occupied, as eight or ten lines can
be-made to occupy four or live squares, as the
advertiser may wish, and is charged by the
pace.
Advertisers will ] lease state the num- I
ber of squares they wish their advertisements
o make.
Business men who advertise to be j
benefitted, will bear in mind that the
SENTINEL has a large and increasing circulation,
and is taken by the very class of
*r persons whose trade they desire.
Advertising A-gcnts.
Tho following aro the only author
iz&l agents to receive advertisements
for this papor :
Goo. P. Row ell & Co., 41 Paik Row
^ New York.
Walker, KvsVns & Cogswell, reprcs*
sented by Roswell T. Logan, Charlcs.
ten, S. C.
Wo will accept cash-in-advanco otdors
from other agencies, at reasonabio
rates.
Wo can give no advertisement prof i
croneo in position.
<r Tub State Policy.?Tho question |
of the organization oftho Domociacy
of South Carolina is working its way
slowly along. The force of present |
habit and tho set of the prevailing,
current enterposo, of course, some
obstacle to its coueideuUiou. Wen
j:ot U6ed to almost anything, and
contract aversion to change and the
effort necessary to eliect it. They
tako up with the convenient :
doctrino that "whatever is, is right,1'
or, at least, if not good and right,
1 that it had letter ho endured. Henides,
this question, so far an it in a
question, is not invested at present
uitb any commanding interest from
^irAiimQtnn/>n i u*l?u?li o ? ? ? /*?? ?\?1 if "<
VII VMMIDiUIIVU ' n lliv?ll out I UliliU lb Ui
anything to rotiso enthusiasm in its
favor. Tlie timo has not yet conic
for that, though wo believe it is not
far ofK As yet it presents itself to
most minds as a speculative proposition,
requiring cool calculation and
balancing of probabilities. A.s such
it has elicited considerable comment
from tho press of the State. It is i
generally conceded mat organization
per so is necessary, and promises
good results. Only it is feared in
certain quarters that it may not be
properly directed. Tho apprehension
which exists on this account we
have no doubt will clear away in
good time, as tho discussion ahull
. " widen and extend, and tho real
grounds upon which a movement !
ehould bo based arc brought more
fairly and fully to view.
So far as wo liavo obaorvod, tlie
Sumter VVatcbn.au is tbo most pronounced
against reorganizing tlio
Democracy. It regards the idea
wi^b disfavor; thinks Tlio advice!
dangerous, and sees ahead aa its re- i
suit tbo establishment of the ci>rrup* !
tioniate in authority. The Winus i
boro News thinks that the surest card j
ot State policy wdl bo to keep on i
flu* m'ncmit linn n(' / AmtwniiiiDn Tim
?MV ^/l VOVUW VA vv/lf j/l V1IIIOU. XUVJ
Sumter Souriiron urges that there
ought to bo uo battle between Democrats
and Republicans as such.
Thoro should, in its judgment, bo a
confederacy of all honest nun to put
down knaves. This it looks see
efTected by tho Itopublicans placing
staunch Democrats on their tickets
with tho belter chiss of Kopubiicaus.
Tho ^Greenville News goes heartily
fororganizution. So docs tho Abbeville
Medium. It insists that there should
be new leaders appointed, perfect
harmony socurod, and u platform
uuwjmuu which win ennst tiie sympathy
and support of all the honest
masses. The Andetson Intelligencer
thinks the discusbion timely, and
knows no hotter way of engaging the
services of all printout, sensihle and
discrcot men in the iStalo, than to
gather them into a irtjrmanent Democratic
organization. The Pickens
Skntinki, is decidedly in favor of the
organisation of ihe Democratic
party ot South Carolina, and asks
those join nal8 which oppose it why I
they do not advise Ihe Democrats to
go over to the Radical camp in a
body, w iihout edging around it. The]
Skntinm, sa,s: "It the Democrats
desire to redeem the h>t:ito, thoy
can only do it through organization.
If thoydesiro to see Radical rule con-*
tinned, thoy only havo to pursuo the
courso suggested by theso journals to
'nsuro it. Dot us perfect a thorough
Democratic organization, put a j
straight tielcct in the Hold, ally our- j
selves wiih the great national Domo- i
crntie party, and march with it to I
victory in 1870. But if the 'possum |
policy is to bo continued, lot us eeaao
abusing Radicalism and preaching
Democratic doctrine."
And last, but not least, the Union j
Times give the proposition to re or~
gauisse the Democratic party iis most
cordial endorsement.
We stand au yet only upon the
threshold of this subject. There are j
swii.c reasons oi policy, of present j
supposed advantage, in maintaining i
a neutral position. There Hi O, Oii ,
the other hand, overwhelming considerations
in favor of a vigorous
assertion of genuine Democratic!
principles, of a combination of all !
the best elements of t:.e Sta'e upon i
an earnest and hearty c lib it to ;
n.-biuro iu u goou government,
highor morals, sounder education,
and bettor oxamplu8 of men in the
positions, trust ami influence which
give c n'rt'l of' j>n 1 >1 ic opinion. Wei
nue< 1 n gonenil put gat ion, a complete '
change. We must try something
more cflioaoi'U3 tl.an the tnfU and
^rasa ot humhlo ronei i itioii. Wo
must sharply ant agnize *:;olunontti '
of evil which hold comnlc-to i ufspk- !
bion of the ?Stato, exhausting ita vitality
nut] ; oiooniug its l)lo<?< 1 ut tho
tiuric time.? Columbia Register.
Tl.o }'onng men of West Point,
Miaaissij pi, have organized a Demos
oratic platt ?rtri with tho following!
platform : "Wo pledge ourselves to j
support tor oilico intelligent w hite i
men only, ot tho highest respect- j
ability, ot known integrity, an d
identification with tho heat interests;
of our aomitv siiwl Smln mwl ?'1>? '
- J """ " ,,v' i
arc ??j?)to what is known as tho
I tallica! or Republican party in this |
ft ato. Wc will treat with contempt ;
all olhee-sookors, anil wo 1 > >K1 it a .
bacruil iluty for every man to
promptly respond whenever call oil
t(? the candidacy of any ollioo what- ,
ever." To tho surprise of many,!
Bovcial loading negroeti have joined!
in tho movement, which seems likely
to become popular.
TIio printing ollico lias indeed
provod r. better college to ninny ft boy'
has giaduated inoro useful and conspicuous
members of society, lias!
brought nvoro intellect out aiul turned
it into practical, n.noi u I channels,
awakened moro minds, generated
more active and elevated thoughts,1
than many of the literary colleges of
tho country. A boy who commences I
in such a school as tho printing ollicc
will havo bis talents and ideas brought!
out; and, if he is a enrol ul obpervoi^ |
experience in his profession will con?. i
muuio inoro lowai'd nn education
than can be obtained in almost any ;
other manner.? Printing Trade'* journal.
??Tito
compo.ilov who t uh tilmed a
"in" for "w" in BpoaUiii}* ol a lady
troubled with "nwolling ol the feet,"
accomplished the worm typographical
feat on record
Tins Inmanola Disaster.?Thofol.
lowing has boon recoivcd by rho businobs
firms in Now York from their
correspondents :
"On Wednesday, 15th, tiio winds
wore from tlio eastward, veering
to tlic north. On Thursday morning
thov became more stondv- infviMi?in?
^ I
to :i gale. The water was then waist
deep, and ovcry man, woman and
child was seeking a placo of .safety.
It l>lc\v fearfully, and tho situation
was awful. Scroanys from tho women
and children could he hoard in every
direction. Tho water was six feet
deep on tho strcotP, and about 2
o'clock Friday morning tho wind
veered to the northwest, and the
waves then became chopped. Houses
wero washed away or tumbled to
pieces. Tlio wind toward morning
began to lull a liule, and I lie water
was getting lower. The wind veered
to tlie north, and liien came hope,
and daylight began to break. Then
did we behold the awful destruction
around, and thanked our God that
we had been baved, and that our
perilous condition was nothing coinpared
viih our neighbors and citizens.
Along the bay, broad day*,
light rcvcnle I a scene that was terrible
to behold. The town could not
be rccognized as the Indianola ot the
day previous. Ruin?total ruin,
was everywhere. The peoplo were
suen waikin^ a.ul iuni;>inir over one
gully mi"! nuotlu.-r ; neighbors mot
neighbors ami told of the troubles
and ?ribubithm of tho previous ni^'nt.
Death and dc-Uruuliun were all
around us. Houses wore crushed
lo the groun'l and others woro
swajed round and leaning over. I'he
wind was dvino- avd tl.e water disappearing
(ruin p'aoes in the blroots.
i'hose that et>nld, rallied lo learn the
news. Uoiiies of men, women and
children, were !<>und in all directions.
Tlie pv'lict; and guards were or^ani
rizod
and tlio search \v;i* made for
missing relatives and friends.
ulIow many have 1 ?Ht their lives
in this feai ful storm it is impossible
I I I ll?!l I'll 1 , I > (ill! ! Q I i ! 11 . ? c i v t v I I I*
"" W| . "..w "... J w.
seventy liuvo Ic.en f?>n..?1 and buried.
Women wi'io found and men also,
who had Hulled oil" on doors, or anything
they could pet hold of. ferine
were beneuth the roofs and carried
away long distances. The escape of
bo many ot our citizciB id almost
u arvelous. The search' for bodies i.j
still going on, and the number 01
human beings drowned will never be
known, as (hero was a largo number
ot visitors in town. We estiinuto
the number ot lives lost at 150. JI.
J. 1 lucks l"St everything but bis
hou.se. IS bodies weiu found yesterday,
and the search will be continued
.,n ,.c !..? ri.,o.i ... ..
lllllll (ill ?'I Ml\ VIV.n i ill V III
thoii* iiibt rusting place. You cannot
ini;?gi!:c 1110 extant ot the disaster,
and iioibintj short (.>1 ius lull details
will give a proper knowleilgo ol il.
A number of persona wuro out on
raf.s 'or hours, but in many c ises
~ ..,.1 .......,1 W.v. ...
\> v i u IIWL rav V/U* in. UII
trial lor tin* button murder, was lot
out <if j:111 to prevent his being
drowned, and made bid cse:ipe. All
llu1 churches in the town mo swept
away, but the Court House its safe,
('apt. Sam. Drown and two of his
family were navod ; they took rcjugo
in the li^!itl,ioni!0 ,.tul wore thereby
saved, lirovvii it) now the only 8i.rviving
j ilot at the L'ago. Great ties*
titu'ion prevail-.), and the Victoria
i wi. iitln I > on i'i M i r i \ i I Ytitl.lv cni\f iiu no
l/v "j'IVy llV'ttl ti'n *'? H HUl/l J OVIIK HI 11 "?
sistauce at once."
Indianela in one of the few towns
ol Texas I lint c.wi boast of iis amis
qnity. Tlic.ro, long \ eforo it was
coded to (In' Unilc-d Slates, a large
trade in hides, and although in Ihe
latter part of the laot century and in
tii century it has been partially or
\s hulls subinor^ed by iho tidal How,
; : lu he ^1. f ciiii :ti!<i ' i\Vi
pi i.;uix-''.Ue, il hiu always recuperated
from the < dee's of tivie and war
and w ind, ai d remained tlio key of
the inland waterway that extends
from Cony river, in Brazoria county,]
Texap, to Hie Rio Grande del Isorto, |
that divides Texas from Mexico, i
Indianola in tiio chief port of entry <>!
the district Salmia, and before the ;
railroads tapped tiio towns that fed
it, it was a place of considerable imI
portancc, commercially and topoI
graphically.
j It is situated on a ncmnsuhi. whom
tlio Lavaca liver empties inlo Matagorda
bay, tlio county of Calhoun,
of which it is the county scat, forming
tho peninsula. O.vingto its low
situation, it is subject to inundation
1 alike from the immense b uly of water
i that overflows Matagorda bay ami
j tlio tidal waves from the <;r.ll that
occasionally sweep o\cr Iho narrow
i beach that separates it from the gulf
lndianola is 1?10 miles southeas'. by
} cast of Austin and 1:20 miles south
j west of Galvoston. In 1S70 it had
' a pop ihuion of 2.IOC, which has in1
creased to nearly 13,000. 01 these
j nearly fivo hundred aie colored, li
in tho terminus of the Gull', Western
Texas and Pacific Il-iihoad, (completed
in 1ST3 lo Cuero, in DeWitt
county, a distanco of sixty six miles),
which is to connect it with Austin.
Steamers run regularly to Co*. pup
(Jhristi and (Jalveston.
Tin: Gkkay I^clii'sr: <r 13V5.?The
I R )(;hes'er Kxprct-e contains the J\?lI
. .
lowing from L >wU S.vifi:
On the i;9th of the present month
will occur one of tho most remarkai
I hie eclipses ut the sun that has taken
place in this State since the memorable
total oelipso of Juno 17, 1S0(>.
| jlviaiiiuiaiou aoout m o miii 11'os or
j nosirly as long ris is p< ssibto i;i our
latitude. Il was the lirst total <.clip$e
j over submitted to acuratc instrumon
j tal observations in this country. It
, will make its fourth return since
| then in July, 1 v>7S, and will be total
i i Colorado and Texas. There ate
! thiee kinds of solar ccli|?sc*s an-J two
lot lunar?the former being partial,
annular and total; the latter partial
, and total. The coming eclipse will
be annular and total (ring like), cans'
ed by the moon being too email to
j cover tho entire sun, iieneo a narj
row bright ring will surround the
j hlaek moon, presenting a ;ight, a<
j beautiful as i;a occurrence i* rare.
| The eclipse (not the annular piut-.e)
first touches the earth at &unriso in
tho Atlantic Ocean, Northeast of '.he;
Bermuda Islands, and leaves it at
sunset, in the Southern part of Afi ica
Tlio annular phase, not visible here,
first touches the earth at sunrise on
i the shore ?>f Lake Ontario, ah >ut
three miles Noithcast of that narrow
neck of land separating Sod us Bay
' from the lake, tallowing the (rack < !
! the partial pha;.', aad leave; tli .?
| c ivlli at mniii'.i, <?n ili-.i I ! in 1 of M.i 1j
ngascar. If a line hi drawn on a
J map, commencing about livo milo-3
: Nortli ol Wa'ortowi), through Tie >ti?
j deroga, to a point livo milori S >u11>
i ol Portland, Maino, it will nearly
i represent the Northern limit ot' tiio
annular phase. If paralell to 11:is
i another line l>o drawn, eonini ticin^
live miles North of Ithaca, rn inin^
: about ten mile? South ol Cortland,
live .North ot 11udtfon, t) I >u Jv,;rv,
on Car Cod, it will nearly rep resell I
t ie Southern limit, ol annular phase.
' Tiio distance botw.-ea theie two
| represents a terrestrial belt about 110
' miles in width. Through the centro
ol this belt the eclipse will nut only
1 be annular, hut will also be exactly
J central, the ring concentric with the
Bun's centre, ami, ot courbe, of equal
1 width all around. On each side ol
iho central lino the ring will bo ee'
centric, and, of course, unequal in
width, the eccentricity increasing
until < nch boundary is j>a>oed, when
the ocli^iio cv.isoa to be .nnu u a J
much ti. appearance >i . i
tdelldir ?' i '!. Mi. fir <i i'v . 11 I
8.1U10 tell j -U \v .lli miU'il joU'hi:. .11
noisily at ite appearance i'.i IS.;!),
tl ou^h ii .vas neither a.itr.ihn w >>
total, though nearly so. The bountiful
thoughts c.?nnoctcd with it cling
to m 10 yet, an J awaken a dosiro to
iobserve it again, which I intoiul to
j do no.ar Syracuse, where tho niagni-.
I tmloof tho eclipse will !>^) tho largest
i?equal to 11( <iuitd. In Iv >chwtor
th" ? ,n wi'il ho 11-12 overol at sun
i i i^c, du win ii"' i)rt e\a<:'.!v aniiiiliir.
. livoiv <bjoct will liiivo, <>r rather
would h;ivo, ii ill'1 sun wore h^'ier,
I a yollow, sii-.hlv, deathly apj> aiuneo,
I which cm only bo appiocia'.ud whon
I HOLM I. ill 1 Vj;5 lliifj ooli ,)so will oc
>
I enr fi'iaii), mill ovory eighteen vo ire
j and rb )iit. lea days thereafter, every
jli'M" pa win:; over tlio oarlh some
I sixty milo:.. farther buith, and will
: iinnllv on-s n'.V tlio ^
.. v.. vi>> i i tit; U
l\>i\ alior ii:vin.' appeared seven'y
_ . ..
rovon tfrom lis lir-t an;arace
sit the M !"It L'ole, cccu;>yl,uSS
your.*. Alter this it will not touch
1 the earth, hut will take place i i space
I till after the l.ipso of 12.10:i years,
v-"lien it will touch ilie earth ii.jiin ill
I lie North I* ?!c as before, to repeat
the Bamo cycle over and over a^ain
forever. The above arc a fea- (>t the
salient features, briefly told and
hastily written, of thi.s \v??n?l^:fui
eclipse, icmarkablc 't a huge nt
every one of it* appearances. I
doubt if, since the creation of man,
the annular pha^ j of an r>clin?e ha;
1 first touched the earth bo near llo;
cheater as tiiis, and probably will not
! again in many ages.
<!>
lien. \V. Iv. lvimhall, of Maine, who
i shot himself last week, left a letter
i addressed lo the coroner, in which ho
I waul there was no need for on inoaest.
and continued : "I am sorrow-strickon,
heart-broken, and liavo voluiw
leered lo 'cross over tlio river' and
j >'n the ureal army, gone to the front,
| instead of waiting to he drafted by
tho'grim messenger.' God forgive mo
for the sin if it In" a sin.M
? ?<=>?
( A Chicago woman advertises in the
i Marriage Haxanr : "1 want an honor|
able, honest gentleman for a husband.
; Xo lawyer, doctor, or politician may
! apply. 1 will give my future husband
' on my marriago day ?10,000 cash, and
i twico that amount in real estate, i
! am 1'L vcar.s of ;i"o. f? <Y>r>f. i1 in/?i???
i high, woi'/li 1 19 pounds, a pood musiI
cim. and well educated. Kditoi has
| undress.''
A Wyoming jury, composed of seven
men ami five women, weru shuj, up
lor two days and two nights and yet
they couldn't agree It is said that it
I they had remained out for seventeen
j years there, would have been no vcr-.
i diet, as the five women talked the
| seven mon deal the first six hours ?
j jJrooklyn Argus.
? ?
j 10 prevent pip iu clnckcna, teed
, tlicin with raw, line cut onioiu once
| iu throe or lour days, and ooio. their
I drinking water with tincture ot iron
! occasionally. lJreiul soai;ed iu vine!
gar is licalthy. (jet ail the egg sheila
3011 can tor your lowlrf, keep tho htn
i hotiHc clean, aud give plenty of range.
? t
V
Noting t he present of a silver cup to
t a brother journalist a Western editor
; says : "11.0 needs no cup. AIo c an
! drink from any vessel that < >niainM
1 Ii 4 ior, whether llio i * i a bott'e,
the mouth ol a pickle jar, tt?o -pi!o of
ja kog, or a bung of a barrel."
| "J. lived with bun nineteen yoai
says an Indiana applicant fm a divorce,
''and all tho clothe-. Ii. evei
bought me was a bunch ol hair pi in
I and n tooth brush." Von can sun by
this what a hard time she h:i<l to keep
j well dressed.
? 4 ,
A minister once Haul "Tlioso i ice
young men who stand ci ih tlu:
i church doors waiting for tli "> young
ladies to como out. will t-omo day
stand around the. :n-ido of lu ;1 s door
Wail ili; f.' the t<< i.i " . ---hilt
tii> y won't e.om< .
.. <c?. <
!? ; ! \V!>aL' l'.10 vr?*l':J
u'.il t!i S..ly u'o:i her ' \Yi!<:
i''Wlint's tho u>o ol liavin:' clcan
hlocUiiii: *
i ?
1 "!. . . I1' 1.
Tnrc Coming Cicntennial.?-Tho
great buildings which arc to shelter
ea:nj;lcs of the woi Id's industries aro
! t;i<U taking shape in Fairmont park.
; The frame of the main building id
Jin poai'hm. TI>o irlasfl is l)oing put
. in and the fl ?or laid. A clovor
scheme f.>r giving a clow to tho lo<*>\i
1 I -
, vo.iuh wi uin u cxniDitor una boon
adopted. The iron cilumns which
11i|>oi t 111o root ot the great struc*
turo arc to bo numbered longthwiao
1 :in 1 lettered crops w be, so that every
exhibitor wiil bo in llie neighbor'
h<'(>d of A2. or 1)5, or some similar
... .
c miuinalion ot letter and figure,
iii
I he art hall is li d??hud, will) the ex;
cej?ti : "! the iioi, dome, and that h
I 111 V W IvilW "III ' l."~ ,,M
.. . hi j'l.u.i;. ino inai:!m
v y lml! i--> practically finished.
li:o mentor:. i !;aii i > nearly so. 1*1 jo
<?vir main bunding?-, ii in evident,
i will ho ready in plenty of timo?loo
j soon, in fact, for liio very dilatory
11 e.\'hibitois, but not tor their foreign
riva'p, vim a;v already beginning to
gather at I'i.ilidelphia. Tho wholo
of tii.' main l>::il ling has been allotted
Jo different I'iationalitio', though
t.lic f-pflcc has not yet been 6ub dividj
od among individuals, cepccially in
j ihc tbuith icservod for this country
t/ ? ^
. nam, a- i anuu iiiiu vierfnuny
| occupy 11'e other thrco fourths, or
| rather tin part of each nearest tho
I
centre. This scares ft group compos-,
e l of the f"iir great nut ions of cliris:
U-ndoni. Canada, Australia, Scan1'
d:navia ami a few individual exhibitors
of ilnssia occupy the refit ot tho
British quartet. Switzerland, lJols
gimn and the. South American states
are placed with France, Germany
shares her lourlli with Austria, llol.
land, Spain, Portugal and Asia. Tho
only nations whie.h have declined iho
invilali*>11 to pariieipato in the sllow
are Ku.nia, (>ret ce and Italy, but
subjects <>f all tilloo have applied for
s| ace. i iio uses', complete exhibition
will probably be tlmt dt German
product.-, flio new Teutonic empire
will show its best bide.
There will be a number of supplementary
building-, among them thoso
ut scveial ftlate^. K insae will make
a bid I'm- emigrants by displaying tho
choicest cf her products in a hands
some structure iipaiLirom main ha!!.
These outlying building*, however,
cannot be expected to rival thoso of
Vienna in ISf-!. Tho grounds of
WoltauBStuliung contained, among
others, a Japanese larm house, a Turk
ibh culice house, where bearded bovs
I ami pashas sat cross legged and slip]> ?r'lihrf,
sniukiug the !ii >st fragrant
ol tobacco and sipping the inoat delictus
of colfue, ami a sirtiptuona
house bt.iti l?>r t;.c viceroy of Egypt,
i iiv'. latter was the mo3t beautiful
oin jo ^tincture 011 the ground*}.
1 is certain that visitors will see
nn admirable display of foreign wares
t! i. li it tray well be doubted wlioth'
i.-r U i? } roeio. Iv the boat way 'o
celebrate "iir own centennial. Wo
are rbowing a aia-t'erly inactivity i:i
the matter, and our own department
1 bids fair to be a melancholy failure.
1'lie responsibility fur this state of
thingfi rc;;t:> la tely on the centennial
e i> i i :?* ii'IiH* i .;asi lli't taken the
. iik bUii.'H to at waken pub-*
< . .1 : , ! ? president, (.ions
I. :: iian U:y, isbould lnivc bo*
jj, . >i ii j *. . to make ppoeclioa, in
i. " All . |..v.i?l ay, throughoutiho
ooiiir. ry, \ n a,l the more important
eilicn aiiil or^auiizin^ subsidiary
com minxes in each. tSou;otl(in<^ can
-ti 1 Ik- i i) til is direction, and un'<.Miincliiin^
is dune, the vtiluo of
; '.ten iinwley'ii services to tlie conlenniul
vviil not be :i)>j?iwent.? Exchange.
<HC' ???
'I Si >nu con filling people
) Vn .'ij |>Io woman in
. . I I' ! IlilllillKlll over
j'.r, , !i :y <viHs' worlii of fruit,
lull, i bo :i41?K'il lual ftlio'.s UfOlllld
j ; I? y t.'iirl) Monday morning.

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