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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 August 1882

LOGCAL. ITEMtW. Turnippsgtrerally are coming up ilhely. buggy riding in Pickens is no moro. The oxen have the day. We rogreL to learn that Mr. W. 11. Ashmnvore is quite Ill. We return thanks to Mirs. John t. Lewis, for a cabbage that Weighed 8 pounds. This is ahea I of anything Id the cabbage line we have seen this season, Six pretty girls sitting on a plank riding bohind an ox up through town created qutte a sensation the oLlbr day. There Will be preaching in the now Presbyt'erian chureh at this place otn next, Saturday and Sunday The Sacjament will be administered oi Sunday. Miss Sue E. Lewis of this place, is y stinig relative and friends in Son *e-a City. Prtaichers, or some official of the t-huru, or some friend, would con. lor'a tavor by giving us the result it the var-ous proLracted meetings being held thiroughout the County Several reference cases have been held betore the Clerk of the Court for the last few days. Messrs. N r ton atcd Kei h of Oconee, a-id Messrs. Orr :md We...

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. — 24 August 1882

UN""1' LEAGUE WITE IE SUi' Simon J[96=was one of the most noted of themly heroes of Kentucky, a man of much intelligence, wonderful coreand almost matchless muscular capo . He died near Bellefontaine, Ohfo, in 1886. at the advanced ag of eigty-ope years. The annals o the bodersabound in accounts of his thrill ing adventures; but one incident in his life I have never seen in print, and therefore will rep eat it as it has been told to me by old hunters and Indian. fighters, who knew him personally and heard it from his own lips. In my tell ing, however, it will lack much of Ken ton's graphic way of putting things. He was a great smoker, the most iru portant supplies, next to his weapons, being his pipe, pouch and tobacco. Food and clothing he could capture with his gun, but not so his to bacco; and hence his zeal to lay in a stock of his luxury before settin out on any expedition. But fire to li tt his pipe was not so readily obtaina le, it being no little trouble to ignite tobacco by...

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. — 31 August 1882

N44~ J)I DEVOTED TO rOLIFICG, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENER L INTEREST OF TUE COU4TY. By D. F. BRADLEY & 00. - PICKENS, S. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1882. 3 .V L X.N .5 NEWS LEANINGS; Nashville has twenty-one hotels. Tennesee has but nine daily papers Saloon license costs $1,500 a year at Meridian, MLs. Pensacola will soon begin the con struction of a street railway. The new three-cents-per-mile railroad law has gone into effect in Texas. Fort Valley, Ga., twill erect a beauti. ful and costly Confederate monument. Pike county, Ala., has a fourteen year-old !oy who weighs 885 pounds. Arkansas is shipping immense quanti ties of black walnut timber to England. Last year Texas imported corn, but this year will have 50,000,000 bushels to sell. Mississippi has organized several live. stock insurance companies-a new de parture. A million 1dollars 'worth of improve ments are being added to Birmingham, Alabama. Five miles fromi Fort Smith, Ark., a vein of coal' five feet in thicknes...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 31 August 1882

Ig, TilE SF~ PIKENS 11.-0 j4. 09 Fr aufcrption, $1.50 per annum, for six inonthg. 76 cents; strictly in advance. AdVo'tiWments inserted al one dollar per sqare of one iuch or less .for the firet insertion andy fly e'ts for each subsequent inisertion. Liberal discount made to merchants and others advertising for six months or by the year. Obituary Notices and Tributes of Rcspeet charged for as advertisements. Announcing Candidaet flue dollare, in ad vance. State Ticket. VOl (IOVERNoU. HIUGH S. TI]OMPSON, of Richland. 01t .EITENANT GOVERNoR, JOHN C. SIlEPPARU, of Edgefield. FOR CoMPTRO1.LER O.NERAL, W. E. STONEY, of Richland FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, C. RICHARDSON 'MILES, of Charleston FOR SECRETARY OF STATE. JAB. N. LIPSCON D, of Newberry. FOR TREAsURER, JX0. PETER RICHARDSON, Clarendon. :VOt SSPERINTENDENT OF EDUONTION. Rv. ELLISON CAPERS, of Greenville FOR ADJUTANT AND INSPECToR GENERAL, A. M. 3IANIGAULT, of Georgetown. For Ccn gress, TII!RD DISTtICT, HON. D. WYATT AIKEN, The County Ca...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 31 August 1882

see notice of W. 0. Whllde, aradoe Agent, In this issue. Mr. Ballard Mauldin killed a itad dog In the neighborhood of Pkyne's store, Hurri tane township, hA week. Prof. Harris, of the Wesleyan Female In stitute, Staunton, Va., is visiting Col. Hol, lingsworth of this place. N-ne but Ktqowx Democrats can vote in the primary election. The managers shou'd temenmber this, and govern themselves ac, oordingly. Mr. W. S. Kirksey sent to this oeioe on ate 2-5th inst., two bells of opened 4otton. This Is the earliest we have heard of in this County, but it Is at least three weeks be hind last. year. We have had the pleasure of meeting Cha icellor Lessessne, of Charleston, who is visiting his old friend Capt. Thornley of this plae. We trust. the Chancellor's visit to Pickeus may be agreeable and pleasqnt to him. San! SEE I --Come to see us in our new store, under the Oommercial Hotel. 8. BRAPMAN. Proprietor Baltimore Clothing House. L. RoTuscun.ui, Manager. Our Presbyterian friends are erecti...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 31 August 1882

bli--- ta *Mao 00 bas ao the dtewftjue dawu Isgv7 Ai~qM:J~ w,7vr you WOW seS mid4 The orannu vW-, A sot a dawn, o3A and weak ~Iba on the cheek a has ned? As a Cray roe-loat that bi h Web the cheek wheoe I Oemwyh Ay.oUthtsIde of the bed allnih Aaatched, and Ion this I kissed her lipe, they were halt apart, Yet they made no answering sign. Death's hand was on hrr fali heart, And his eyes said: She is ine. 1 set my lps on the blue-veined lid, Halt veiled by her death-damp hair; And o1 for the violet depths it hid, And e lught I longd for there I Faint day and the fainter light awoke, And the nigt was overpast; And I said: 'hough never In life you spoke, 01A speak with a look, at last I For the space of a heartsbeat fluttered her breath, As a bird's wing spread to flee; She turned her weary arms to Death, And the light of her eyes to me. -U. C. Bunner. n Century Magazine. THE MANIAC CHEMIST. Years had passed since I had seen the metropolis of America-New York. 1 reached the city the mor...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 September 1882

_ 1 jcoww D&YOTZD TO rOLIrIO, XOEALMTi, EDUCATION AND TO 'EBE (4ENIB&L INTEREST OF THIE COUTElY By D. F. BRADLEY & 00 PICKENS, S. C, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1882. VOL XI NO. 5 Florida has made an immense crop of corn. There are between 1,500 and 1,800 blind persons in Tennessee. Richm6nd, Va., is shipping large quantities of grain to Italy., The Southern Presbyterian Church has 6,000 elders and 4,000 deacons. The prohibition law' prevails in forty . two counties in the State of Georgia. A Southern scientist has discovered that alcohol can be produced from acorns. George W. Swepson, with a property worth $2,000,000, is the richest man in North Carolina. Richmond, Va., has a debt of $4,741,, 707 65, on which she pays an annual in terest of $808,134 43. The celebrated Dummett orange grove has, accordjig to the Florida Dispatch, been sold for $100,000. The public library at Knoxville, Tenn. has 1,500 new books, is out of debt, and has $2,000 in the treasury. A young Virginian...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 September 1882

1% T. H. S. US 1.7v 188. d 4L # bscription, $1.50 per annum, for six -1 t1 cents; strictly in advance. tisements (nserted al one dollar per -of one iuch or less for the first insertion .Wdly cents for eaeh 8arbaequent insertion. 'iberal discount made to merchants and others ad1vertising for six nonths or by the year. Obstuary Notices and Tributes of Respect khargedf-r as advertisements.f Anouneing VCdidateefire doflars, in ad xaCe. State 9Ticket. tOR GOVERNOR. HUGH S. THIOMPSON, of Richiand. TOR LIEUTENANT GOVEtN'OR, JOHN 0. 8IMEPPARD, of Edgefield. FOR CoMPTiOLLER GENERAL, IV. E. STONEY, of Richland FOR ATTORNEY (ENElAL, C. RICHARDSON MILES, of Charleston. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE. JAB. N. LIPSCO.1ND, of Newberry. FORt TIIEAIUtIKR, JNO. PETER 111C H AllI)SON, Clarendon. FOR 88PFEtINTENDENT OF EDUcNTIoN. uiv. ELLISON CAPEl8, of Greinville FOR ADJUTANT AND INSPECTOR GisNERIAL, A. 'M. 31ANIG AULT, of Georgetown. County Ticket. FOR SENATE, W. T. FIELD. FOR TitE LEGiILATrliC, W. R. BERIIY...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 September 1882

M Ali tts 4918 of a, Uie new bah OIae Sabbath at u.80 A. IL . AAes o4 gd .1 years, 2 munths and 4ays, daughter of itev. Charle' itoper, of this County, ..ahn recently married. to a Mr. oily, also of this County. Mr. Kolly was 21 years old. Mis& Roper, we suppose is the youngest person ever married in this County. Irby Perry, a native of this Coun ty, brakesman on the Air Line Railt'oad, fell from the top of a freight car, near Charlottee, on last, Iriday, breaking his neck. We mivopoe death was almost instane. Tom Therby, colored, of this place, wo learn, was shot and killed, by t1 Uffier In '8partanburg county, who had him under arrest, on last Priday. His offense, we learn was ditsturbing a religious meeting. We regret to learn that a little five.year old daughter of Rlev. B. I Iolder, fell from a wagon body, in which he was playing, and broke ier irm above the elbow, and at the u-aine tiene dimlocated the elbow joint. Dr. Earle set the broken limb, and it little sufferer Is g...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 September 1882

.~'a At~d"di N IDIOT. totherote ., o r to M1 nwae l bef St~tori'a0 Thio weSre al oAa me.t t names h i . or 49n To n or, at n wOrte . Ato ia r had "puaed thr hae"-.m This ~ 1 L o:~ete fter ae. to A dh seem & o coe h lmsc~zhme, . I was " let b ib I bottom price," 01 and onwicFti, a And ""blked ut somnething nioe-" s*urely would advance. *tf outo am milkansilt hebld the stook- holditshl noe Knowing, Uti ot worth a mil . tc The rs had "1 placeed the shares"-i Ti'Wow ...- ~Aatest of their cares- it " h Pad In"' then disappeared, rtid tclose the lambs were sheared. 614 nPrIce," on which I'd built, a te out, and all may milk was split. e o large were all a dream, zeaept to those who worked the scheme; put myinvetment, in a sense, S one great merit- ermanlence. -BugfalOeto oereka Advcrtteer. BOW MONEY IS MADE. The Curious and Interesting History of a 4 Government Dollar. The fact that money is a subject of Universal interest probably accounts for the large number of visitors to the Bure...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 September 1882

Iwr, i ." . ,1- -- - 1. - K : b]fTeD To r0Lin10, MORALITY, 19DUCATION AND TO Till VVX2RAL INTEIREST OF THE COUNTY yD. F. BRADLEY & o PICKENS, S. Ct THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1882 , 2.VOL XI NO 52 as rised $250, dg a cotton factory. A bog owned by a man U1*srt2 ?etetburg, Vs., weighs 1,800 pdd Louiana proposes to enter etesv ly in the raising and manufacture 4 jute At fenrys, N. C., a vein of mweei schaum of extremely fine quality hi been discovered. Vicksburg's new cotton compresswit a storage capacity of 50,000 bales, ready for business. At a sale af public lands at Austh Tex., 60,000 acres were sold at flit cents, a mn named Forsyth taking i all. The State Land Office at Tallahasse has now eight clerks employed. Thre did the work before the boom reache the State. A man near Newnan, Ga., bas beei working an illeged gold mine fort, years and has never made a cent. H is still confident that "there's million in It."' The huge rattle snake recently kille in Sumter county, Fla., has b...

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. — 14 September 1882

ZEN' R ADLEY, ditor b P CK 1N 0. H., 8. 0.: TiiS'k PT. 1', 1882. TVERIMS : "'or . scription, $1.50 per annum, for six V1117 s, 75 -, n8; strictly in advance. Ade fisme-nts inserted al one dollar per aquar o , inuch or less for the first insertion u ind f.iny s for eaeh subsequent insertion. Linhare d- -nt made to merchants and others aderi'' r six months or by the year. Cha* Votices and Tributes of Respect : i advertisements. A n'n Candidates five dollars, in ad State Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR. HUGH 8. THOMPSON, of Richliand. FOR LIUTENANT GOVERNOR, JOHN C. SHEPPARD, of Edgefield. FOR COMPTROLLER GENERAL, W. E. STONEY, of Richland FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, C. RICflARDSON MILES, of Charleston FOR SECRETARY OF STATE., JAS. N. LIPSCOlNB, of Newberry. FOR TREASURER, JNO. PETER RICIIAlIDSON, Clarendon. FOU 8SPEIINTENDENT OF EDUCNTION. Rv. ELLISON CA1ERS, of Gre nville. FOR AUJUTANT AND INSPEeTOR GENERAL, A. M. 31ANIGAULT, of Georgetown. Coun t y Ticket. FOR SENATE, W. T. FIELD. FOR THE LEGISLATUR...

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. — 14 September 1882

414, 1ho~Is. ortb w at ~ o S h iports froa,6 . p are still encuat'gi' - The .11 Ji04oh _t LbertJ y will o The r fbr a beautiful caImpas on.stitute JELI.O There will soon be another store 1:ouse cornpleted in Liberty. Much fodder was injured last Week by the rains. S -me people should ask T. H. Smith and J. J. Wakelin for dots on it pen-crop. A neat and substantial wire fence has been put around the Methodist church kt. The'Twelve Mle Camp AMeeting \vill embrace 'the first Sabba'th in ,YOctober. sore throats and colds are far liore common than caution and prudence. Tiuriip salad is said to be a splen did iet4 for children and sheep in I he spring of the year. Every riplo upon the surface of the Greenh:ack part)', shows that a not her office-hungry Radical hits phinged in for bis share of the We regret to hear of the death gi Mr. Sheriff H1. Brown's infant son whieh occurred on the 1st instant. W 'xt,:nd our synpathies. The tord on Golden's Creek be. tweern this jace and Liberty has b...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 September 1882

~ t i~uold was . hin. - tmthe* tha Ie (Iri elan 6 WIfel I Chatmns, Ner aunbu buaom armi, 4 !!"'ratst,'unh< id b-aIrturing stays; Bithe as are, heo's horeb 'a everywhero; Lonmr ere to struck for noon Home obp.4e are all in tuuio, d from 0 ly bounteous hour j bees a flower. Ipa P41 ('s pain and strife. oAe the Farmer's WIfe. i 1 toeward daily labors dqne) The stalw . er slowly plods, 1 Frosh battlin' woen shade and sun, With sullou gle -nd stubborn sods; or welcome on hi.sirat bowetl aSnstine fasulal a cloud I All vansbe I Is the rief eclise I Hark to the 8dlof we84deof lips, And words oft sir warMth that start From.out the husuw's grat 'ful heart I 0, weiL be know* how'.Van his life, Unewoetengd by the Farme's Wifel But 10! the hOigt of Pre delight Comr with the eveniUg's etutnless joys, Whe th'hathatgone spaces bright Blend thlglad tones bf glrls'attd boys; Their voieso rmfe'l gleetui swells Tteir laughter rings liGe elfin bells, Till with a looir twixt sintio ani frown The mothe...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 September 1882

-i- 4 - p.. *1. DZV~~~~~~~~i~ND TO LTIO OATpDUTINX o TRE GENHVR L INTERFIT OF THE COUT. B F BRA . PMRER 21 C82 VOL. XII. N.. 931s of brashell R.Skephens says h4 pounds more than he d mp ot pure silver weighing ond, was found hear Mag a of a bottle of &iger An Augusta, Ga., lady t< sight of both eyes. ship from Norfolk to Nem eydays ago carried 20,00( - asfrom Southwestern Virginia. rth, Carohna hda 776 saw-mill oth;a~pital of $1,748p217, employin 8, nds,pand the producta are wort * II~2, 72,796. tl The total consumption of cotton by tCarolina mills and factories for the year ending August 31, 1882, was 000pounde. A panther sit feet in length was re t)y gled In Buchanan county, Va. d'or -it long time been a terror to tl1b neliibdrhood. -uring the year of 1881'ninety-six "'.id cats were killed in St. Johns county, and eo far this year seventy-six ve frtten the dust. he* average corn crop, in Tennessee is ,000,000 buele, but it will reach 1o,660,000 busels this year. The whea cr...

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. — 21 September 1882

PICKENS C. H., 8. C.: 'Vp TftRSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1882. TERMS : For subscription, $1.50 per annum, for six amnths, 75 cents; stricy in advance. Adve ticments tmserted al one dolrr per aguar.? of one iuc or less for the first inser!ion end fly cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal discount made to merchants and others edvertising for six monIhs or by the year. Obtviary Notices and Tributes of Respect enargedfor as odvertisements. Announcing Candidatcs five dollars, in ad "nce. State Ticket. FOR GOVElNOR. UUGH S. T[HIOMPSON, of Bleiand. FOR1 LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, JOHN C. SH EPPARD, of Edgefield. FOR COMPTROLLER GENE1AL, W. E. STONEY, of Richla'nd TOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, C. RICHARDSON 'MILES, of Charleston FOR 8EC1RETAr.Y OF STATE. JAB. N. LIPSCOMB, of Newberry. FOl TIFEASURER, JNO. PETER RICIIARUSON, Clarendon. FOR RPERItNTENnENT OF EPUCNTION. COL. ASBURY COWARD. FOR ADJ1TANT AND INSPECTOU G-NEUAL, A. M. 3MAN10IAULT, of Georgetown. For Congress, TuHIR DISTtICT, 11ON. D. WYATTr AIKI'EN...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 September 1882

ru "00660* ptis tv i44P 4Vb pow lhe cet l@eI all right. Greenbaokers' cry: "Give me omeqqr give se Government pap " John M Williams lost a tne horse last Weelk1 alwed at about 0200. The streets of Liberty have been put in pretty goon trim. Mi.A Laura KoDavid, one of Due West's charming daughters, has a floturishing school at, Liberty. The much dreaded Bermuda grass Makes bettor gasing for stock than any other kind of grass. Mr J. B Newberry and his eM. (ciont corps of workmen .have made their eart on College Hill. The South Carolina Presbytery inot last Thursday at Richland Church In Oconee County. Three now dwellings now build ing In Pikens with a fourth sprout. There was a very interesting de bate amonig the students of Prof. Measlan'.s School last, week. The movntal benefnts derived from such ex'rcise will last forever. Married, on the 10th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, by the Iev- J D. Wilson, Mr. Win. F. Tompkins to Miss M. S. Bowlin, all ol PickenS. The storm ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 September 1882

L1TN2'LX NEIGHBOR. You came to live near n One bonst spring Ga The next miasla y morning a morning in May I heard you a-gardening Over the way. But between, like Fate's battlement, Grim rose the wall And YOU were so litte, And I was not tall Should I shout? Would von answer? What nafhe coald I call? I hated the man Who had )uilt the wall there. I climbed with the aid Of a venerable eohatr A diminutive Romeo Sealing your stair. The ledge I laid over, Ah, such a wee thing? Like a restless white butterfly Light on the wing; Hair gold as the prinrose That blossomed in spring. Your rake dropped. your sun-hat slipped Off you bright bead. 'Are you the boy next door?" You solemnly sai. I nodded, slid o'er the wall. Radiant and red. Oh, my wife, in Life's garden We lnger to -dny ; Mafny snows, inany b ay-blooms, -1are kissed gold to grity Since I woeed my wee neighbor Over the way. -K. Temple More, in Our Contfnent, ABOUT SNAKES. Pythons and Anacondas-Snakes' Eggs and low They Are 1latohed-R...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 September 1882

DEVOTED TO m0LITIi', NORALI'lY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERIL INTERET OP TIM COUT By D. F. BRADLEY & 00 PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1882. VOL. XTT wN ) TOPICS OF TiE DAt. A A nay the Pine of Wales I af0 edwith gout. T" . 1ROl0 qoest is lling up wit Italian Nung rant.u OOTODMM 5 i the fiftieth aiwaversar of the birth of President Arthur. Tu Star Bouts trial owoupled 108 day, and cost something like 00,000. ITs stated thata German has in vented a gunpowder that water will not affect, BaNrAKm H. HTTL expects to publish is father's speeches and letters, togeth er with a biographical sketch, shortly. danic New Orleans Tine-Democrat says the South will pay the Vest $100,000,. 000 less this yar for food than in 1881. AN Indiana schoolufa'am says it is not only less trouble to rule the boys by love but she thus manages to get the best ap ples and nicest bonnets. A ST. Lous paper remarks that the 4finauces of Canada must be in good con.. dition if the royal party can afford to...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 September 1882

YUditor PICKENS 0. 11., S. C. TEURDAYs SEPT. 28, 1882. For subscription, $1.50 per annum, for six tonths,. 75 cents; strictly in advance. Adve tisements inserted al one dollar per aquers of one itwh or less for the firt insertion and flfy cents for each s'usequent insertion Lfberal discount made to merchants and others advertising for six months or by the year. Obituary Noticem and Tributes of Rcspcct charged for as ariverments. Announcing Candidates Jive dollars, in lid s4tate 'Ticket. FOR GOVERNOn. HUGH S. TUOMPSON, of Richland. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, JOlN C. SilEPPARDL , of Edgeield. FOU COM I'TItOLIEl O ENER AL, W. E. STONEY, of Richland roR ATTORNEY OFNIRAL, C. RICHA1A)SON MILES, of Cliarlestor FOn PlECIRTAIY OF STATE. JAS. N. LIPSC2MUB, of Newberry. FOn1 TIC.ASUli.:R, JNO. l'ETRI 1 1C1I A B DEON, Clirendon. FOR OsPERINTENDENT OF EoUCNrioN. Goi.. ASbiltY COWAlUD. FOR AID.1UTANT ANDINSPi:CTOR G-:NERAL, A. %I. MlANIOAUl.T, of Georgetown. Forn Congrecss, TIMlID DlsTUItCT, u.D. W...

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