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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 September 1882

*LocAL xaws Cotten picking i sow Val blasL Don't negloot the oat orop, nor the W bast crop. 8ovetai tracts of land changed hands lat week The busineus out-look for - this fall and winter l very promising. The nights are getting cool, which Indicates heavy frost is close at hund. Tho Ladies Hissionary Socioty of is place was reorganisod last sun. day. Those who like to road a first class county paper should subscribe for the SENTINKL. This would be bettor than borrowing it. Prank Bradley and Foster Keith, the succoawul applicants for the beneficiary cadetshipts from this County, will leave this place on next Satuday for Charleston, and will enter the Citadel Academy on.Mon% 4Iy following. We call attention of our renders io the advertisenont of C. P. Run ion., Easley Station, which appOarh il tlhis issue. Mr. Runion tOlIe yon 14t what price you can buy some of hi Anny good tbings. CUll on him 101d soe fror yourselves.. Mr. James Grant was seriondly hurt, by the accidental explosion o...

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. — 28 September 1882

B W.V5T PHYL4LIS. A PASTORArL. With cowslips in her flaxen hair lu straiwh hanxing gown o' bue, A crook wit in her lly hand, A silver buckle on her shoe She sits upon a dqislod bank, Her fleec flock are feeding near; Her her calls over like a bird: "Oh, 0on, Colin, Ooln deart My love a blue-eyed shepherd is, He 1eads his flook on yonder lea; I ama simple shepherdess, But Colin came a-wooing mel" Dear Colin stands amongst his flock, And stares across the meadow gate; He sees sweet Phyllis' gown o' blue, And leaves his lambkins to their fato. "Oh, Colin, Colin, Colin dear I " Sweet Phyllis hears her hoart repeat. She starts and blhiashes, for sho sees Her own dear Colin at her feet. A pattering of little hoofs, Through meadow grassqs crisp with dow, A bleating at the meoadow gate, And Colin s sheop are coming, too. -Maru E. Wilkins in Century MayazIne. FOSSIL MAN TRACKS. Dr. H. W.' Harkness has read a paper before the California Academy of Sci enees on the recent discovery of foot pri...

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. — 28 September 1882

SW.N5T PHYLLIS. A PATOUAr With cowslips In her flaxen bair, in stragha unlti gown o' blue, .A crook wit in her%; hand, A silver buckle on her shoe She sits upon a dtisld bank, Her fleecy flock are feeding near; Her hear calls over like a bird: "Oh, Colin, Colin, Colin dearI 'My love a blue-eyed shepherd Is, He leads his flook on yonder lea; L am a simple shepherdess, But Colin came a-wooing mel" Dear Colin stands amongst his flock, And stares across the meadow gaito; He sees sweet Phyllis' gown o' blue, And leaves his lambkins to their fato. SOh, Colin, Colin, Colin dear !" Sweet Phyllis hears her heart repeat, She starts and blushes, for she sees Her own dear Colin at her foot. A pattering of little hoofs, Through meadow grassqs crisp with dow, A bleating at the mondow gate, And Colin's sheop atre coming, too. -Maru X. Wilkins fin Century Magazine. FOSSIL MAN TRACKS. Dr. H. W. Hiarkness has read a paper before the California Academy of Sci ences on the recent discovery of foot prin...

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. — 5 October 1882

D- o 10 To rOLIlIS, MORALIlY, EDUCATION AND TO THE ENEW L INTEREsTr OF TIHE COU . y D F. BRADLEY & GO PICKENS, S. C, THURSDAY, OCTO2 VO I NEWB APANINGS. Virginia has the larges mAs trop 16own for years. The Virginia penitehtiary now con tains 682 convlce, About three-fourtbs of the fruit crop of .Gorg3a bas been dried. At Gainesville, Gp., 'Mrs. Clitmber -r'died at the age of 100 years. The south will make 7,000,000 gal 4 Ions of cotton Feed oil this year. Bee-keeping is becoming a large and profitable industry in Mississippi, The trade In cotton in Montgomery, Ala., last year footed up $6,006^0. Florida has shipped, during the sea on ju st closed, 25,000 'head of cattle to Cuba. Tn some Pbrtiohs of North Alabama corn is bffered at twenty-five cents a buahel. 'clay county, N. C., polls but twenty negro votes, while Wake heads the list with 5,128. 'The colored military co.npanies in the Suth will hold an encampment in At lanta this fall The Sehina, Ala., cotton millq have jnst 14...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 October 1882

Ta2l S1NT1NEL D . P:3RADLEY.Bdt6) PI PICKENS 0. H., S. C.: hi THURSD Y 00T0IR. 5, 1882. h w mi1ATIMN : For subscription, $1.50 per annum, for six months, 75 cents; strictly in advance. Adve tiaements inserted at one dollif per 4 squar. of one inch br tees for the first infeli6n ' tihd fiftt -ets for each 8tl4equent iisertion. Lileral discount made to ievcAtaIts and others a Q&4ertiaifng for six months or by the year. 9 Obituary Notiita uAd Tributet of Rtepect charged*ftir ad adfcfHitemeitm. Ahnouatifg Cittttitatea flue foldfs, i td il4taite Ticiket. You GOVERNoR. A1UGH S. TUOMI3IS0N, 6 &f cliand. kon I.IEUTENANT GOVEiINOR, JOHN 0. SilEPPARD, - of Edgefield. FOR 'Ot IPTROLLII OfNER AIL, V. E. STONEY, of Ridhitind FOR ATTORNEY dI.Ntit.\;, C. RICIlABi)SON Mll.ES, of Ciiartesibn FoR BECRIFTAIYY OF STATE. JAS. N. LIPSCOMB, of Newberry. FOR TIREAPUIR11. N0. FE'ER 1i(lil AlIDSON, Clarendon. FOt. 8PSItIINTEN11ENT OF EDUICNTION. COL. ASBURY COWARD. 0oR ADJUTANT A N1t IN4PFCToRl nCN 1...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 October 1882

The "mountain blondes" are ma hing an "impFiseion" In Greenwood We regret to learn that diphthe HW is quite provalsild in the se~io of our Ctint1y Bout It of Liberty St 1ion, several children have died o the disease, Tie stockholders in the Picken Institute had a well dug for the us ' the school, on the lot where the propose to erect their hotise. Mr. V. J. Pickle has Ioaied bi bteam saw'mill about ond thile an it hult west of thius place;- and ist no% irawiig the lumber for the Picken iustitute building. We regret to learn that Mr. Ja Grant, who wat su badly injured b: the premature explosion of a blast lit Winchester's Mills recently, die, bt his injuries last week. He was; young r.an just blooming into vig brous manhood. Andy Griflin, colored, died d )ntUimoinin tever, tit this plaeo 01 lust, Sudaiy mortihng. The campmeetin at Twelve Mili (-amp ground closiOd on last Monday The meeting was largely attende4 bn Sunday, we are inlorned, ant several joined the church during th< in...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 October 1882

WHEN TEE FROST Is ON TA PUNKIN. When the frost is on the punkin and the fod der's in the shock And you hoar the kyouok and gobble of the utruttin' turkey-cook, *nd the clackin' of the guineys, and the cluckin' of the hens, And the roster's hallylooyer as ho tiptoes on the fence: 0 Js then the time a feller is a feelin' at his best, With the risin' sun to greet him from a nigh of gracious rest, As he leaves the houso baro-hoaded and goe out to feed the stock, Wherithe frost is on the punkin and the fod der's in the shook.. They's somepin kind o'.hoarty-lIke about th< atmosphere, When the hea of Summer's over and the 00oo11n' Pau ,s here Of course we miss the flowers, and tho Nios soMs on the trec And the mumble of the hummin'-birds itnd buzzin' of the bee.: But the air's so appotizin'; and the landsciapo throlth the haze Of a crisp and sunny morning of the cearly ai tumn days Is it picture that no painter has tile colorin' to mock When the frost Is on the punkin and the fod der's ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 October 1882

DEVOTED TO FOLItI~C, ORAL11Y, IDUCITION AND TO TAE VENER iL INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY. By D. F. BRADLEY & 00. PICKENS, S. C, THURSDAY. OCTOBWR 12 * NEWS GLEANINGSO. Jacksonville, Fla.,,has six papers. Texas has 187,00square miles desti tute of inhabitants. The richest county in North Carolina in gold is Montgomery. The largest single brick-yard in the United States Is at Atlanta. Tennessee, North Carolina and Vir ginia wiU all make good peanut crops. Corn is offered in Jackson county, Ala., at twenty cents per bushel, deliva ered." Pratt's coal mines at Birmingham Ale., are the most 'extensive in the South. Experiments have proven that the Japanese seedless persimmon will grow prolifically in Florida. It is estimated that over 1,000,000 or ange trees will come into bearing in Orange county, Fla., this year. It is satd that Ae first orange tree ever known to have been injured by lightning was struck at St. Augustine, Fla., recently. Ofithe immigrants arriving at Castle Garden durin...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 October 1882

; . . 7477 77 -.T- * , /**'; . F. BRADLEY, Editor PICKENS C. H., S. C.: TEURSDAY, OCTOBER. 12, 1882. TERMS: For aubscription, $1.50 per annun, for -six #months, 75 cents; strictiy in arivance. Adve lismnents inserted al one dollar per 81quar2 of one iuch or Irms for thejirst insertion and fifpl cents for caeh subeistqeflnt insertion. Liberal discount naudc to merchan's andl others advertising for Six months, or by/ the year. Obstuat y Notices and Tributes of Rc.xpect oharged for at advertisnentsv. .4wnouncing Can didates Jive dollars, in ad: vnace. State TIicket. Folt. ovI:RNOn. HUGH S. THON1PSON, of I ichland. t1ol r.1ur'T.NAN'r Go%,iFttNOi, JOHN 0. SiMENI'AlD), of Edgefiehl. T011. CoMlPTR101,1,Eli (IEN EIIL, W. E. STONE Y, of IIichliund Folt ATToINIK.Y GNIAi.\, C. RICllAlUDSON All.ES, of (harlestor FOR SV(.I*r.TAI1Y OF STATE. JAS. N. LIPSt'OM1i, of Newberry. Volt 1'll-EASI'll El, JNO. PETEli RICHAllRDSON, Clarendon. FOR 88PtSPt ?N1FN)FIN1T OF F1WCNtION. . wl.. ASUU RY COW A RD. FO...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 October 1882

ilree vielt dwein ugd are golag up i ?ickens. 4:eekq~ onbe Pikems Instictute is .p grostintg Satisteet orily. Law Thursday evening the train goin West o the Air Line Railroad fronm Green lile* safevrwded by persens who had bee to 1hWhOw at Oeeav ie. CitPin Kitk is the chief engineer c w e Southera division of the C.*C. G- & C IQtead ..This position has been worthil; bestowed by the new company. Some person enteredl the bed room o MaJ. J. H. Williams, at Oentral, a fe1 nighitts since and stole a got I watol and $8 in money. Two negro men were suspecte and they were followed to this city, wher they were arrested on Tuesday.-Anderso Intelligencer. . Rev. i. D. Talley haR sent to thi office a beet that weighs thirtytw< pounds. It is the largest boot, w hulieve, we over sow raiseod inl thil (.outily. SOME PUMPKIN.-Mr. II. A Rich 4V informs us that Mr. W. W ilobinsont raised this year a pump kin that weighs sixty four pounds This mnd the beet sent us by Mr T'ahlly shows what can bo...

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. — 12 October 1882

90W DO TH WRINKL&R$ COME7 Little Bo Peep climbs onto my knee Little lo Peep is four years nild, And what her bi I;ht blue eye. don't see Would need a introscope to behold. Sbe pulls my beard-that's one of her tasks' She polres my cheeks with her little 'at tb,,dmb; Then gazing straight In my f ace, she asks: "What it that makes the wrinkles ojue?" Ah little Bo Peep, you can not guess. How hard i tile question you thus pro It calls for greater wisdom (or less) Than ever philosopher yet has found. there ws a time, my lette no Peop, When my face was aS smooth as yours Is now, When never a line or wrinkle deep Had left its inprint on my brow. A time when I woke trorn balmy leep To tind lit alwayo a glad siurprisO: When I lauighed as you laugh, my little Ito Peep, And looked on the world with the stme blue eyes. Ab, well, I laughed and loved and grew old<, Workinie away at life's hard sum, Andi half was drotisthat I dreame('d was gold, And so the wrinkles began to come I Yes, that...

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. — 19 October 1882

PLYrITo r9LIU, MORALITY, IDWCITIQX AND TO THE (UNNERf iL INTIRUST OF THlE COUNTcY Dy . E. BADLY &Co. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, OCTBR9,18.VLXI.N.. NEWS GLEANINGS. One of the most successful cotton growers in Alabama is a negro. Texas will have over 200 new distil leries by the close of the present year. The colored Baptists in Tennessee number 60,000 and have 150 churches. Work on'the jetties in harbor at Charleston, South Carolina, has been resumed, In spite of the overflow, probably in consequence of it, the Louisiana sugar crop is the best since the war. Jack Butler, who burned his little child to death at Florance, Ala., has been sent to the penitentiary for life. The Nickle church, to be built at Pal estine, Tex., is te be. paid for by not less s than 200,000 persons contributing a nickle a piece. Para grass grows to an enormous a length in Florida. Near Orange City some is growing that is eighteen feet and a half long. A terrapin farm has its existence at g Waveland, Miss.,...

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. — 19 October 1882

F D.P. BRADLEY. Editor PICK%-E.N C. 11.1 S. C.: TiHdngAt' OOTOBER. 19 18S2. Fror subs.cription, $1.50 pe'r annun, for 6~ mionths, 75 cen1ts, strictl p in daancr. Adve i.'snts Inerrtel (it onc d'u,4ir per a uarl, of on#' huh or le.;sf'or the irs( 't ~n iber1idjif'oun m~ade . h mernt'ci7I~~tlsn ('(he T adverfisiing for .'ix ,;or'1l zr ,, t/he j. m,.. Obiteiaiii A fiQ'. '1d Iii'rthut ofI la-sprct chaargefilQ' . avcri"iif Vallee.~ Fit oY IVENOIT. ticJ( 1 19. 1 IIONPSoN, of IliC111biud. TMiIi 'rIFNANT 4t'0%*1tN~ill, FORl A1*1*1INF;Y CEINE~A, k'. R11(11AMI SON )IM1E~iS, ot' (Ii iil lii T, *JAS. N. 1.1 l',S('( )1i , of Nciwiterry. ~JNO. PETRE IU 1Q11AElD-liscN, ('lareuli.. FOR SNI'iLIi I Ni E~N Ill: NT ' F 1PC'N*110N. Cou.. A81 IU 11Y ( OW.ARDl. YOU A11.11'TANT *\Nib iN-i'iCT'Il (-N EIAT., A. 1Mi. NIANW11AUI.T, of' (1~meorg.'Iwi. ;[ou1iuty TI'Ct.01 Foul SINAT'iI, fo T 'il ' ii~' The Satu ~~l'I.1. syI! lAi u;i Coiti ViS oiv I"al' BGSil.lIWihii,.I lit' ~ :0 11kt h~i~y liici'm\1 iI S) i.tlg V...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 October 1882

l:jJ . making Cthiir ayiperanoe Of the -saw an4 immiei U h irounit in Piokens: The ilee of land is shoo'titf right up in F Leseley, of this p ' raised a potatoe this year that Weigh'd 7 pounds. The brkek '%aNrs In this vicinity seem to be doing a 500d .busineve, thi etween four and five oclock and owthie oom:et. It is a briliant sight.. Our Easley friends are pushing forward with their Academy building. Success to hem There was light. frosts at this f la'o on' ast Sunday and MIonday mornings. .Mis4 Ella Porter, daiiughter of Mr. SuimIiel lorler, lust a fnger in a sorghum mill last week. Wiatich the cotton gins and sorghutn mills. No Contifiv p' ;outh Carolina is nlvanc, iy!, V9p 'rapidly i''inateripil, social, eduica <uonal and religious development than Pickens. .igekens County is. reprsenteel in Cthe Citadel Academy by Joseph Brns't\. Jr., son of Captain J. W. Bruson, Fos'ter Keith and Frank Bradley. The Pickens Iigh School will give an entertainment on Friday night, the 27ti w...

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. — 19 October 1882

TOO TOO" RURA4 AND TBULI RURAL. ph I Isn't the country just lovely? lo Iteceful and quiet unit all that; It seems like a dream or an opera. Of course dear, your new Watteau hat, The one that ou wore as Maud Muller, When to Cambrina, the artist, you sat. Yes, we'll stroll for awhile amid Nature, And visit each wild woodland nook; Cull daisies anJ other sweet fiowerets, On the banks of some clear, purling brook. A pink sash?*No; blue is more rural. No glovesl Why how odd you will look. No doubt, dear, we'll meet with a shepherd, With oures, and a crook, and a lute hat h'ply like a very A pollo, Andi be dressid In a greno ve vet suit. H Is eyes will be big, sad and tender Oh I bother! Please button this boot. Just think of the brave, handsome inowers, Who mnerrily warble their lay, At live o'clock in the miorning, To milkmaid.i, whose work is but play. I've seen them so often in " Martha" That-No, I won't writ-, that letter to-day. And when, coming home through the gloam ing, We meet w...

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. — 26 October 1882

TO OLfT10ts XeRALITY, ECDIUAT19N AND TO THE VENERtL INITERE~r OF THE OQUNIty Bly D. F.l B3RADLEY & co, PICKENS, S. C.,t TH URSDA Y, O(1 BER 2 82 O .XI O Selma, Ala., has sixty artesian wells. Nashville has a total indebtednes fo 6- ~ ~ (Atx* a4t(:he neo Th. city tax in Tallahame, Florada, s but seven mills on the $m0. Gadsden, ' G"..a, has doubled its population In the last twelve months. Georgia's sirplus crop of sweet pota. -", -0, bvshela thi year. rHng ia Tin Sing, two China , have embarked in the grocery bus, iness at Nashville. Florida Is making preparations to re ceivg an unuquallZ-vlarge number of new eettlers this winter. The Georgia prohibitionists have noMatCd. legislative candidates in &wintylihie bountibs. 0 A meteor fell a few days ago near Orange City, Florida killing a colored women, whom it struck. 'he watierwerks at Hot Springs, *ArkMnas, are completed, and are said to be the best in the State. Annie Hubbard, who murdered her hild in Colbert county, Ala., g...

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. — 26 October 1882

-I'f~ 48ENTIN EL. 3). F-BRADLEY,Editor PICKENS C. HI., S. C.: THUSDAY; 4, 1882. TERIMS: Per subscription, $1.60 per annum, for six months, 75 cents; strictly in advance. Adve tisements inserted al one dollar per equar. of one iuch or less for the first insertion ad flfty cents for eaeh subsequent insertion. Liberal discount made to merchants and others advertising for six months or by the year. Obituary Notices and Tributes of Respect chargedfor as advertisements. Announcing Candidatet five dollars, in ad Wence. Vote for ilugh S. Thompson for Governor. Vote for John C. Sheppard tor Lieutenant Governor. Vote for W. E. Stoney for Comp, troller Gener:l. Vote for C. Riichardson Miles for Attoriey G'eneral. Vote for James N. Lipscomb for Secretary of State. Vote for John Peter Richardson for State Treasurer. ..0w -. Vote for Ashury Coward for Su perintendent of Education. 04WO Vote for A. M. Manigault for Ad jutant and .ntpect'or General. Vote for D. Wyatt. Aiken for CJOngnrogs, 3d Di)st...

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. — 26 October 1882

XODOAJU Alga~ tA AITE~ ai ft ent* the groend'and Don% boratic tickets In the ballot box. The potato. erop, wiab Is vow bisg dug, Is *sty fne. No, Democrat should be guilty ot sorat6hlng his "icet Wild pigeone to 6mali droves have fnade thelr appeavance, The virtue and intelligence of Bouth Carolina must rule. The Greenback dodge will not sueoeed it South Carolina. Mrs. L. C. Folger has sent to ils nie, apples grown this year, see, fand crop, over halt grown. Let every Democratic veter in Picken.s County be promptly at the polla.on nex Tuesday, the 7th ;nst. Loada of apples. cabbages and thestnuts, from North Carolina, pass through our town almost daily for the mat kets further South, The vote In this County will be i hinoat solid against the new county a tonstitutional amendment. - Miss Sue E. Lewis, daughter of luj Lewis of this place, was awarded a premium at the Ander, "on Fair ter the best crocheted tilhawI. A mud dog was killed on the plan tation of Mrs AMartii last week, Li Wa...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 October 1882

40MiBR DROUGHT. 0 *0 la4 wm lean and sore to snoMkwi, an oft from wild an( tn. Whs eness came the droo ng deer, An1101ed e waste about the ughs con, geased. tabspring we plowed and proffere4 , a pillage for the birds; w dam tn urgent need "W the suppliant lowing herds. berren wastes have run, o f oozing greenery lies, Where knots of gnats hang reeling in the sun Till early dusk, when tilt th3 dragon-files. All ni#bt the craw-fish deeper digs her well, As shows the clay that ireshly curbs them round; Atl Many k random upheaved tunnel tells Where ran the mole across the fallow Srround. But ih., the stonc-.dumb dullness of the dawn. Wheti 'en the cooks too listless are to crow, Ant Lies the world as from nll life w;thdrawn, 'nahtediing and outworn and swooning lowi Thero Is no dow on any greenness shed, The hatl-bikod earth is split along the 1"aU- r, The very btirs in stu:ted clumrs are dead, Ant mullen-leaves drop withered from the *talks. Yet vre the nocn, as brass the heaven turns,...

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 November 1882

DE~VOTED TO POL[ IIUF, ORALTY, 1DUCITION AND TO THE OENK IL INTERIT OF THE COUTB D. F, BRADLEY & c0o PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1882. A Confederate monument is to be . erected at Goldsboro,,. . V i A jeanit eropils said to be unusually large. Ohattanoaga, Tennessee, Is to have free mail delivdry-. In fifty-three counties in Georgia 10. cal option prevails. A colored lawyer has been admitted d.4o the bar at Macon, Ga. Mount Vernon, Alabama, is to be made a permanent military post. 'Jle Fer Hill monunrent fund ha reached a total of $3,142.25, Savannah, Ga., has sent $1,313.25 to the Pensacola fever sufferers. The South sends $8,000,000 worth of cotton-seed oil to Great Britain an, nually, Mr. Bearden, agcd 104 years, hasjust tbeen married to Mrs. Lee. aged forty years, at Bibb, A la. Iohnl!York, for the [murder of his step son, in Whitfield countv, Ga., goes to the penitentiary for life. A Blackshear, Georgia, farmer still uses a wagon made fifty years ago, and which ha...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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