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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 2 November 1882

4> 9- BRADLEY.Editor PICKENS 0. H., 8. C.: TEUR8D4T, NTOVZXBER k1882./ TERIMS Z Xer fishicription, *1.50 per annum, .r six wiouteAr 76 cents; strictrl in advance. Adve tisements tnserted al one dollar per aguars of one iuch or lea for the firet inhertion *nd fity cents for etae subsequent insertion. iberacl Jiseount made to merchants and others adeertising for six motsA or by the year. Obetuary Notice* and Tributes of Respect esArgedfior as advertisements. A nnouncing Candidates five dollars, in ad- t eence. THE ELECTION. Pickens County holds fast to her Demo erat.o nooring,4, hut the vt.te is small. com paired with the elections hold oince 1876. At this writing (here are three boxes in the County we have not heard from, Central, Eastatoe and hlinckle's. The boxes heard from give Thompson, for Governtor, 9~9; McLane, 92, giving Thompson a ianjority of 887. The Democratic State ticket runs about even with Thoimpson, bii the Hladical State ticket falls very far below the vote for M...

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 November 1882

It seems thnat, unerty is b m a, tof cabbages have been sold in tiis market ut three cents per1 head. h i triegated fol age on th 11aountainis make them a most beuau, tiflul dight.t, this ~illne. Me. B. 10. Lesley, of this place rIiI1L1 ia potalne tLhis year that W0ilied nine poundis. The sanotusn of the Saluda Argui had a visit, recently from two ehar. uamg yota. littdies and tie Elitor was tIlade happy thereby. Rev. A. P. - Nicholson. our Pres, byt.-tiaiu proeac'hr, and family .mov. Vd ti gle - town last Wedutnesday / 7e S. Mr. Nicholsoi' fient ly is ytiite an acquinition to our society, dll all our' people extend then a -ordialI welcoineo. A considortble wind and hail 4orin paissed over Easley laL week Tae top or a chimniey of' Dr. Gilli, u.-s d's d wvlling was blown down, 11n1d also the biackemith shop of' Mr. Won. Smllith, and a auill out-house i' Mr Gignilliut's. No other dain aoe was done. Mr. B. F. Pool has sent u- a onm, plo of nmola.ses ativide tron. the second crop of the...

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 November 1882

ealem For*s and Ueremnlmes. The life of- goad Moslam seems all interwoven with forms and peremonles, and the law of the Koran or some such sacred words seems forever on his lips, mixing most freely with all secular matters. No action, however trivial. may be commenced without commend ing it to Allah. A Mohammedan will not oven light a lamp without blessing the name of the prohet. Even the cries of the street hawkers bring in fre quent allusions to a spiritual market, as when the poor water-carrier offers a cup of cool, refreshing drink to all passers by, cryin *loU ' Oh! may God re ward met Whatever be the matter in hand, one of the company will certainly utter some such reminder as "Semmoo," and his friends will reply " Bismillah." meaninr in the name of God. In truth, the fatalism of which we hear so miuch setms little else than a strong faith; a power of living calmly as in the pres ence of God (just as the strongest prac tical characteristic of a poor Hindu's faith seems to be a...

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 November 1882

DEYOU'D To. 1OLI UI~ll, XORALITY, IUVLUON AND TO TUR GENER IL INTEREST OF THE COI~k By Do F. BRADLEY & OO~ PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, 'NOVEMBER 16, 1882, VL I.N.8 SW8 GLEANING8. Four negro colleges flourish in 'Atlan ta., Talbot was the only county In Geor 4 ga that hield a fuir thip year. A stock cormpany hs been erganized *t Birmingham, Ala., to build a cotton factory. The-new dhectory for Knoxville, Tenn., places the population of that city at 17,151. M. W. Harris, of Perry Ga , has some EgyptiaR cotton growing on his place wgich is ten feet high. A lot of Confederate bonds, amounting to $145,00, was sold recently at Charles. ton, S. C., for $12 50 per thousand. Columbus, one of the most progress ive cities in Georgia, is moving to build a thorough system of street railway. George Crane, who murdered his wife in Daugherty county, Ga., has been sen. teiced to life imprisonment in the pen itentiary. 'l he Selma (Ala.) Times says $15,000 has been squandered by Selma people in mat...

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 November 1882

OILT - I ZNN T11 . . El D. P.BRADLEY.Editor PICKENS C. HI., 8. C.: THUMDATj 9OVEMI32O 18 TrERMS: Por subscription, $1.5Q per annum, fo msonth., 75 cents; strictly in advance. Adve tisenents Inserted at one doilar aguara of one iuch or les for the firet Mile? and fifty cents for eaeh subsequent inser Liberal discount made to merchants and oi advertising for six months or by (he year. Obituary Notices and Tributes of Rc4 chargedfur as advcrtisements. Announcing Candidate five dollars, in wince. The Election. The election held in thirty three State the Union on the 7th inst., w is a per tidal *ave for the Democracy. The clone that struck the Republican, barr Ohio in October and knocke 1 out on < t.ie gable ends, w.as not a circui ita'iea the one that followed on the 7th inst knocked ouiit the other gable end aind sides and has let the Republican r strown front Connecticut. to California, from the Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico. complete rout of the Republicans in ne all the States, and...

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 November 1882

LOCAL ITE~[s. Rain [lol a t this place last Mon. day. Uun0le Thomas will not go to Congress by a large majority. Pork and turnips-'poistm and toaters. W. W. Russell is like the negroe' 4at fsh-he has "swunk" powerful. There was a heavy political frost in this State on the 7th inst. It kil. l# everything green. The people all over the State, ac cording to the newspapers, are de lighted with the new election law. Pickens is Democratic to the core and you may always bet your mon ey on her. Mr. Looper is looking with a mi ,croscope for the large majority he *xpevtel to receive for the Legisla., ture, but he haten't -seen it yet. Cross Plains anl Hiickle's are the hatiner precinetsin this County. Not a single Rndical-Greenback vote wias eat at either of thent - They voted the Democratic tieket li-om Alpha to Omega. Three thoers for Cross Plains and H1ine A defeated candidate in this ounty was heard to declare on the tiny after the election that the world would be destroyed by fire in les...

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 November 1882

ssBAFB IN NOTHE'S 4RMS AGAIN." Uszie Seldon was stolen from the sidewalk of ber home in Brooklyn, August 20, and was restored to her parents August 31. Stolen! A dear little child of four, Lured away frotn her lather's door. PlIashieI the tidings through cities three. Where, oh, whore could the darling be? Wno had stoopeal to a dastard's deed? Whero would the craven fobtsteps lead? With anger and pity we paled aud bitr-ned, And over the lost one all hearts yearned. Slow and silent came evening down, IBringing peace to country aund town; TAttle children in nurselles cl1in Sweetly lifted the evening h ymn; Little cherubs in robes of white Lowly knelt in the fading light; MIothers dropped on the shining hair Risses to finisll the good-nizht. praver. Where was Lizzio? Whose couch should iold The rifled lamb of a sheltered fold? Iraply in some darc h aunt of sin Where toils of evil Ih tempters spin; There-a teIT)r to <drive one wild There niight be tis innocent child. Hauply some vile...

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 November 1882

TVOTD TOoLIuCv, MORALITY, EDUCIION AND TO THE GENE >L INTREmsT OF TE- 0UTO Y By D. F. BRADLEY & co. PICRENS S. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23; 1882. OL. XI. N -- c----- O- - 9.-- - -' EWS GLaEANINGS. The county jail at Atlanta contains 216 prisoners. Tennmeee is extensively shipping oat tle and hogs to Florida. James. B. Pace -is announced as the wealthiest man in Virginfa. The United States jail at Ft. Smith, Ark., contains 100 prisoners. The late Gen. Holt, of Macon, IGa., left an estate valued at $500,000. X itgomery, Ala., expects to handle 0,000 bales of cotton this season. Maryville, Tenn., has a factory where buttons are made of muscle shells.. A carload of German carp have ar, rive at Nashville for distribution. The New Orleans police are making an effort to break up the opium aens o that city. Most of the levee work on the Missis, sippi river below Natchez, Miss., is un der headway. Fulton county, Ga., is taking care of 216 prisoners who are awaiting trial on different cri...

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 November 1882

-I.-P'3ZD4ST ditor' T ICKENS 0. ., 8. 0.: -NVM R 23t~~f M2 l4ileasbcription', $1.50 per annum, forsix m. A., 7 cents; strictly in unvance. Adve 'Aements Inserted at one doflar per afujf of one iuch or less for the first insertion 04&iffy cents for earh subseqtuent insertion. Jiberal discount rnude to merchants and others edtetiing for six months or bq tie year. OQIttary Notices and Tribute# of Respect ei.igedfor as advcrtisements. Arpponcing Candidates five dvllara, in ad waN.it. The Majority. Aeoording to the latest. revised returns. thiDemocrtv will have in the next Con gress (48) 194 members; the Republicans 129il others 2. This will give the Utm. v'rale a majority of 65 over the Republicans and 69 over all opposition. Thanksgiving. Gov. lagood has by proclamnation-, ap pointed Thursday, the 30th day or Novem her 1882, as a diy of thanksgivintg and prayer, and recommends "to all good peo. ple within the State on tha- day to abstain fron their usual avocations, and assembling ...

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 November 1882

9 _.CA&X EMS. the $igh ,ob.h) is still fourshlag. Corn shuokings are now flhionable. The Legislature meets on the 28th lnst Colt lIoke is beginning to make a 'show" on College Hill. The public road from this place to Carm el ohnteh via Liberty 8tation, is in first irate condition. The weather has turned cold at last and bn Mond'iy laIt considerable sleet fell at this place. - Mr, g. E. Mauldin will tbove to this plaae next year for the purpose of educat Ing his children. Here's cur hand "Grance." The yield of corn in this County is very fine. But little of it was injured by the September gale, and freshet. The North Carolina eabbages and apples still roll through our burg, and wejudge the crop'over there to be an abundant, one. Those-who are indebted to the Brr1TIWL for more than ten years subseriptiou are requested to settle, The book4 of the County Treasurer closed on the 10th instant, aid the Treasurer in. fornis uts that there are not many delin quents in the County. The scn...

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 November 1882

Sheep and Wheat. We are satisfied that there are no two branches of grain and stock farming that can be so profitably combined as wheat and sheep farming. In growing wheat the ground in plowing turns up mew, fresh soil, giving a cleau, new seed bed for the grass to grow on; while the fermenting and decaying ac cumulations of an old pasture, or hay field, are turned down to enrich the soil and give the plant a more vigorous growth. We find in our domestio sheep two very admirable habits; one is quiet ness, the other industry. You can easi ly fence them in-they do not need a Jail-yard, like a wild colt, nor do they need a vigilance committee after them, as you dG in the care of the vicious hog. After your: wheat has been drawn from the fields, turn in your shep and they will clean it as carefuily and suo cessfully as did the gleaners in the days of Ruth. We find by experience that sheep can be well wintered by feeding in, and good, bright wheat straw, ereby returning to the soil that ...

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. — 23 November 1882

sheep and Wheat. We are satisfied that there are no two branches of grain and stock farming that can be so profitably combined as wheat and sheep farming. In growing wheat the ground in plowing turns up new, fresh soil, giving a clean, new seed bed for the grass to grow on; while the fermenting and decaying ac oumulations of an old pasture, or hay field, am turned down to enrich the soil and give the plant a more vigorous growth. We find In our domestic sheep two very admirable habits; one Is quiet ness, the other industry. You can easi ly fence them In-they do not need a jail-yard, like a wild colt, nor do they need a vigilance committee after them, as you do in the care of the vicious hog. After your wheat has been drawn from the fields, turn in your sheep and they will clean it as carefully and suc cessfully as did the gleaners in the days of Ruth. We find by experience that sheen can'be well wintered by feeding in, and good, bri ht wheat straw, ereby returning to te soil that wh...

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. — 30 November 1882

p . At' D reLmes, meRAnI, UDetIoA Axi To Tal xINxM&L INlTaIEST OF THE 001U TY. By Do F, BRADLEY A 0. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY NOVMI P'.R 1TA ITT N~ EWS GLrhkMes, Cedar Key, Fla,, ships 40,000 ish per week. lhq Alabama Insane llu4' hox 417 inmales. Florida will soon be a perfect network of railroads. Arkansas has a two years' supply of corn, oats and wheat. 4tlanta clashn to have the finest chatch bpidlig a~ the South. Jacksonville, 'Fla., li to have a new court house at a cost of $50,000. A large bagging factory will soon be added to the industries of ufaula, Ala bama. Out of the 1,243 convicts In the Geor gla chain gang camps, only 113 are wrhites. - The graves of the 264 Federal soldiers who were burne At Key .- West, Fla., have been marked by handsome head stones. A vast jtumount of cotton will go to waste in Arkansas, Texas and other cot ton States because of the scarcity of pickers. A bill will be introduced at the com-- I ing session of the Alabama Legislature < to exem...

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. — 30 November 1882

- ,"------- Ro D. P. BRADLZY. Editor PICKENS C. H., S. C.: TRU SDAYv NOVEMBER. 30, 1882. TERMS s Per subscription, *1.50 per annum, for six month*, 75 cents; strictly in advance. Adve ti.nwments Inserted al one dollar per *fuar? of one icuh or les- for the are insertion and fifty cents for earh su/,segurnt insertion. Liberal discount made to merchants and others advertising for six months or by the year. Obituary Notices and Tributes of RCpect thr'yd ihr as advcrtisements. Aanounciny Candidates jive dollars, in ad v rnce. i Advice to the Legislature. The newspapers are teeming with advice r to the Legislature, sonie editors, tlhos(e especially who li:ve never hadi anysexpe- a vience inl tle L.egislitire, think they know t exactly what lte Legisitime sliid do. H and if it should inil to carry out the advice given, tle ienibers, ;ndividually aid col u lectively, will be hell up by said editors to f lite pibilic as unworthy tie confidence of' t the public; in fact they will he held in ...

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. — 30 November 1882

- IsOOA.1L diM~ On sOOaquie ot the ussually di Paill, a prophet predicts that v will have nmov enow than ass this wierter. Tito Suieh barolina Coiferen Of it M 'erodies Episcopal Uhturc 8outh, will coniveke in Greenvil 'n tlie 18th of Deebdsber next. Thmis is the season of the ye wien the men who carefully sh the door all Sum.ner begn to lea it open. T, great deniand for Slarinei 1li, Vermnitige is solely due dA intriatol value. Thousiande U It to day in preference to any othe ,hnd11 say tiat it destroys and expi Wirms effteutently. See advertisienent of -Dowio M irw, Druggi4t, Cluarliston, S. 'Ishey sill the telebrated esiato Ilepatic otrpounid. 'We direct attention to advertis menta of M. J. Smi1th, Age-fit, whil appu t ain tisU issue. Mr. Sin; will give yout value received for yo sii'sey Try hin. -lTe Unuited States Court whit Was to have vonmvenmed in Columb :0t &endai. has boen postponi 'it il next btonday. MIr. JoO i. Iugootf has sent i a h~W 14np. 'm1t ears of hmis cosrn ...

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. — 30 November 1882

O8NEX JlYr ILAX8. TV* world Is g owing better U throws of' many a fetter There are many things to rollel Tboug the ancient things must perisb but te beautdul we cherishE - Every yer Many cbanges have come over us Every year; Many friends hlave gone before us Every year; Through many a strange mutation 1 We have reached a higher stasot Every year t We have had our slight vexations Every year; And pleasing jubilations Every years There are visions to remember Of fowers in Septrnlo And Christmas in December Every year, V The sun shines now as brightly Every yeari C And the snowflakes fall as lightly y Every year; As In days when we wero younger, - And the years appeared mnieh longer To our hearts, which then felt al rongor, Every yeamr. Afflictions have not shrouded And troubles have not loudery year Every yeare Iut'hope the whole discounted, While the former were recounted, t And the latter all surmounted Every year. Our weakness is more tryingve01. )ear. And the days more swiftly fly...

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. — 7 December 1882

1 0 I-I BO" l-T)1 1 41WW1O If' *~I~u4'I Cont. paa $re in Leon county, FI. bears the distincth 1i -which not a an iinh a prospeUr 003 *Governor recommen - ndietion of taxation. gold wMe has been discoveredI ren county, Ga., which,promises of the richest in. the State. Georgia this year 140,515 whi voters paid their poll taxes, and 98,U colored voters dit the same thing. A billhas been introduced in the Al bama Legislature to prevent persoi playing "erac-aloo" in publie places. The iron bridge across Yazoo rive twelve niles above Vicksburg, Miss., to cost $250,000. It is now under wa The actual capital now 'invested I Southern cotton mills is placed at $51 00,000, giving employment to 40,0( -hands. A bill has been introduced in .t Georgia Legislature to require railros companies to fence in their roads an erect cattle guards. Georgia farmers, elated and encou Saed by the immense oat crop harveste this year, are putting in a larger crc Whan-over this fall. The New Orleans Times-Democri...

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. — 7 December 1882

eitet $ Ak4$eler per iwfiJhr 14.0e inseertion d et toesrha' an e Ar P toths0Ar by n ear. otite and bist of Alespet :VNdV4ates five dollars, it ad ~ugh esmed] coutemportry, *the le R im'devotes nearly two colutins 11, 46 uOf the 24 inpL., in reply to or e ts on the abead of ihe last Legisla are" e1e9risin. papers in the Siae. and W flyos 9s Op 11m another colu m n In its ivsue f;tIh6e.Ne I have no quarrel to make .,with the Greenville News. It line always been oatspoken and Indef endent in its views andiexpressed them with fotee and vigor, whloh iv always; to be admired. It eiways criticises in a spirit of .'tess and has always been a 'strair'.. fshirt Demoertatlo Jou.rnal," a - .. he great service It has 'rat le party in the S' before hiad ocension ' . een as. to ertain ' . er the News strike' n" It Moy expect to . line with It, but. as dhe Registration law, and 4e and Citadel Academy. we jer with it and believe time will ot r views. We are In full syne with the free common schools ...

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. — 7 December 1882

ed.iIn w s bya ti do Mase is a1 y~nbnas@en, uDp 4 4$ 4.serissg in Char. b ~.truist heny soonre. or . e.p y .ek .now. tell ie, and Thur e iLQ ng was very coid The a' Browni oomo to the e a.d In place of .iving tdw i ity doiiatrs worth otuioap onow to give away a (< 06dol 4ar wagon. As to the u of te gitt, consult a their at II4eenant. a 6 loving d .was oberved ii 0W , ':Mso and 3sly 8tation. A t in kpune Mtrim were counducd ri N A .s. Trhe entirechool, andt ir 4whisemIi atteinded thme iser vi- I' Ie u44na the Ittendance wap not *a asa It shnuld hav~e been;,g ha foiseiI.enn'want, to (Green'. 3' tt cen1ty ad 1when attempti : 4.th .train to rtivse womy a In 4,.ro the Rilr od platfohr, t fSi dbitnce oft several feet. i s has not rahed Gre - h nga 'ts dWith thle ttin. r nt, w ckrd1 not uable t4o say. A. N' lie list s.e 'hn othse [hgh Shl ool ee ext Friay.'l'e LIrt Peles- P onofte)ex, terms wvdI open?.It 4'i*' 'the utidtle 'ne Jann0ry l d ii will be a tuld c1srp ot a -- 1and tril I pr i...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 December 1882

aS the.Easter Mater necessity n the Mt than In ons that the our more nearly level and moisture. 41 t to many portions rainfall Ii very un *tbuted during the year. t grat exoes durIng the early thesseason and deficiency dur 06 latter portion. The desirabil thorough systematic and scien o)End drainage *as acknowledoed, Sse vera reasons prevented its acop . }Many farmers were in debt for thsW land, or for improvements they had muad on it. Others owed consider Able for farming im lements and stock. St~l others were aesirous of buying More land in the vloinity of their farms while it was still comparatively cheap. All these persons hesitated about bor rowig money to improve their places by laying draln-tile. Afarmor who has ust got out of debt hesitates to plunge nagain. He realizes such a relief from a great burden that he is reluctant to assume a new one. Farmers who are land-hungry are reluctant to pay out as much money to drain a piece of land as it will cost to purchase another piec...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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