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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 March 1883

y t y'. 'ra, ' *tl 'eantor r,ild It would %ibiv last, day. 'Corrot. f W'i ins had pre'Iicto1 his storm c nt i tanday his famo and 'orth(o ld have boon mado. o are requested by Jov. A. P. tolson to state that his nit of ddress now is Box 2 , Char- 1 N. a. - . Calvin Joningq and Mr. Wi .,ArIail are both happy. Mr. -' iea boy, arid Mr. Ariail's I girl,. r. P. 1. Smith, of Liberty. had io idhp's large enough to sot out wook. We hope Sunday'f snoki not set them out for him. he South Carolina Presbytery I its at Contral neXt Wedncsiay, t 4th of Apt'il. 'lio prottedings f dottbtlubb 'br VYOry 'In'tuti'Cting.V in to 'va'i utt%ntiOtl to'the nvor, ti imont of the *nction saul of tho LJ k of goc.dN n'w4 other property, a IR. Rorton at Liberty, on next I crdtay, ist istanttt., 661Y 6'ti' tal meotg will be I at t t resbyt,Ariah 'hlirch on t, Sunday, at '10 o'clock A. M l ollection will be taken up to it the churches Presby' as. a munt. ho old 16th South Carolini had l 3uni,,n at Grecenville on l...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 March 1883

Dreamily in indoleut mood, Under the bawy trees," Ca awit gleam of the blue bending L by the hum of the bees; Lay white cloude, like great billow, of foam, fang in the ether at rest; Down by the brook in the blonsoming graea, A tw ush singing loud to its nest; Murmur of glistening leaves overhead, Ripples of grnse at my feet ; bird-soig an4 bree"in a harnony wed Charb 'with ,i nyelody Eweot ; ly I build a estles In spain, Light as o (roth on the etrca n; Laug tg tro n eyos peerfog lowu into wnine S tl*o14 out of my dr-an . Boea in,the clover-bloom mad with delight, I am as happy a. you; Thiireh, iuging-gla1 it my heart had a voice, It. song would be full of joy, too. O, the June day, w!t.h Ita stunwhino and balm, Its bird-song and beatity nd bitt I And oh, the dear eyet loolhing lovo intoiue, And lip. that icet mine with a kiss i The Midday Dinner. To conlumo a hearty lluidday metl Nlli to.lake a fill iot"r for its lon). tion1 would be tantamolunt to at ret111.1 to the linanur:ir oe...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 April 1883

- t DEVOT D TO POL[1TIC , lOlRALI Y, LDUCAION AND~ TO T;I gE6EERaIIL INT'ERM1' OF Tu~ C0U d'Y Y iBy D. F. BRADLEY ,& a0. PICKENS, S. C , THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1883. VOL. XH. NO.28. ;n;NAaL NEW$. 'khei r twelv ubdred an'd thirteer fIc In thF Geogia penitentiary. Ire 40 colored B,pyist ohuroher l' sew Orleans, w th a nkteubership o 7 000. Mhe death list of New Orleans lasi veek: wast the largest since the epidem 21 of 18878,"being 172 from all causes. 8outh Carolina has 2,078 manufactu. ; tl g tablisbments, with a capital of e ,20,5894 invested. Value of produoli 0 73 t.008. Ar ansas has doubled its population In ten years. It is now the fourth cot* ton State. Ti e Arkanxas Legislatume bas passed a t)ringent Jaw for the protection of timter, Dea'ers, in Athens, Ga.. report four times a3 many improved agricultural im plemc nts sold as last year. The pauper farm if Clarke c muty , Ga., has turnec $723 c'r>ar profit inte the State Treasury this year. Paul H. Hayne was naid $500 for W...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 April 1883

E ZE a"dito . IIH>,,. C. << Y, AP%1L 5, 1883. ,ubperptoni *1.80 per annu h Jdret: 15dents; atrictly in adnance ' "tisements lnaerted at one (oilat p, a of one iuct or less for lhe-Jfrct iterlit s" : cs entic for edeh esewiteni inserliont iraciscounl made to *nrtAhat and other, Sidoertilsing for Iit Months or by the year. Gttuwry Npotices and Tributes of Repec O4 edgedfr as advcrtisement. eing VCdndiddtesAodE dolare in, ad ' . rdAlCil... .. . Ih was rumored in lichmond last Week that Governor Cameron. of Va., hat been offered the position of Postmaster Oeneral, but had deol'td. This is tho irst time Vince the war that a Virginian ..- s been offereda place in the Cabinet. Riley Anderson, colored, was conviced at dreenville last week of the murder of Lou Qritnh, tlored and her chi'd, an account of which was-published in the SENTIs"L at the time. Judge Vallaco sentenced him to bt ting ot Friday, the 18th day of \lny ftt. The Anrlerson Intelligencer recently came 'uto possession...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 April 1883

T ' \e r n h " r'i1., ?' l ei"t ' "Zhdlatla 0&- '6t ttt, h o y nb 1 n ve or ., a l'se bull tikb, 141.chl1,.and; Cxpt. Hollings 64h i 'el ,ot neat and snb ia laj-n Mule Street aho 4Umuner. D'.,, urant and children , , 1 hrelatives in Calleton o wish them a pleasant te return to their home. a ecarcit-w of beef, chick - ;;a in this market. All I tiea a ticlesof tkod now domand nd pt I ;e. +.4 ,-idoh oows are in d'emand. j in ,he Co'unty would U stock iht'm they outld a y by it I the ;ititons bf this Colln igrated West last fall ned. to their native. homes, o '.t rithec by their oxperi, sbytorian congregation at Ildbtd Major J. J. Lewis ,)t0'tIt,tatiVe t,o the Pros. ich is in Bossion at Con "coke. Col. C. L. EIollings= clobled altert.atu. 'able hail If111 at this place Iriday evoning, aid on - morning ai heavy rllin ''hore was loud thunder ightning In the clouds. - d a lega' g! n.oman say lay that he t.oartel at p.. long and as big aroun d1( as d ate it all at one time, u hadn't had...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 April 1883

for thee; rond s round. 5 tw-sill ] t b vo been thy ill, w t', 'tis true, ht like you, orInhr to and fro, or In the snow. U id twitter in the gloom, a 41 no bringeth loaf and bloom; On yonder snow-Olad tree . and not and warmth for thoo. St ! k" Who cares is over nll Dae,heard His Easter call; ulSt H:tm, tbough the stortm may blow,' ogS the robin Inthe snom p Oft the story has been told In the legnd sweet and old, That th m's stain of red b1 V Tokile from the thorn-crowned Head; ft ,, atchig in the tw light gray, Kro the s ne was rollod away, V Perched the sopuloher rneonr, tt Tloso thy song of fa'th and cheur. I can well believe it so, Iobin stnging in the snow. -Sara L. Jones. In T'te Continent. !c ]ISUNDERSTOOD. Tap, tap,' tap, at 3ertha's bed-room door. I "Ten-o'clock, my dear," said her in mother's voice, "tlimo you wore in bed mo If you want to keep your roso'." An angry scowl disligured licrtha's w pretty face, and the tono in whiel she h called out: "Very well," was decidedl...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 April 1883

%)EY1'1 TOVOLrIc, 3ORALI IY~ EIJlCATIUN AND TO TH~E UXN.ftR" L INVERE81I' OF' TIH COU 1THV. Bly D. F. BRADLEY & 00. I)ICKENS, S. (-,J 'HI URSDIAY, A 111Ia 1,P~:83.VL li O TOPICS OF TIE DAY. I3oxTR,, the new tenor over whor European opera-goors are in ecstaeies, was formerly, like Wachtel, a cab driver. THE lowest hid for placing the now desks required in the House of Repro sentative." at Washiugtont, is at a mod crato figuro-only $16 25 for each, A FromwA alligator enitdit has over 1,00 little reptiles in stook to fill spring orders from the North, and he laughs at men who wtnto their time in Congress at $5,000 n year. TTNDil merchants, many of wh(om) .carry sta'uding credits ill the Tunit,d States of from $75,0Ui to $10a,000, rav they hIao fewer had (e)trl in the Unitc( StateS than in1 Europo. Al XANDEI It. t;r.'ctwNs, Goorgia's deceased Governor, had longer oliitutry ioticcs in the l.ond(:i papers the morning S after his doath than any Ame1ricanl who has diod in tho pait <i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 April 1883

$ENTINEL. D, F BRADLEY,Sditor PICKENS C. II., S. C.: THUItSDAY, A?ML 12, 1803. TERM! : For aubscription, $1.50 per annutm for six mnonths, 75 cents; atricllyl in advance Aldve tisemetnts ttserterl al one dollar per aquar3 of ona inch or less for the first insriin and fifty cents for each subse'lpenl insertion. JLiberal, iscount made to merchants and othcrs advertising for six months or bI the par. Outhtaryl. Notices and Tributes of Respect charyed,for as advertisemcnts .4nnouncing Candilatcs Jive <lollars in wd vance. The Presidelit has nppointed Walter Q. Gresham, of Indiana, 'osi m aster Giener:l. lie is now United tIates Cheoit Judg-e for the 7t11 Circuit, Stite of Indi"Ina. J. R. Williamson was sht to anl kille,l by J,1. Obiver in Riiebland1 c.Iunty ,,n tho ,)h instant. Oliver claims to have killeI Wil liamson in self defense. Ur. Sims, the Aiken mlonsiter has been relieved from the Ricli,. ind e ,u:Ity jail. becausc his wife leeliedlt to test ily :, Iit 1 hio, and le is nOw ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 April 1883

'i AI( 14 'eAL Ir EMS. (Co I. Il k finilhd tho Inst iuto ldit IL. tl his plalcI bist woUC<. anid h ,(, ;: nt,,l I(OVLd into it, lait Mon ('aa 11'il consatitly on hanl at T''ho corn is ground overy a':lnud bo s3u1pphed(. .! + : atin acomtnpaniei with na an(1 14oud (lun, h i. pluaco on last, Friday V who HLoto the ham t !:' achuoe Ist, Weuik, will meannesslL)1CX as tone aillong ( Litt, St,UL him to the ro protty well u1)p with tnI ";)mu (at them will pa aainmteo phrultinig corn't 11 + ,u) lu n u l an:tinati (,,ll (2 ident, ocell'red1 near Vt enesday, 'Ith inastanl. .(IISler was dIritin1( t N~ hor1'o took fripht at t hin' tfaill, ni ii 'a lay. unfOrltnato InaIn frol n(tal brIku his neuk. bll . a citizell of' .' ( l' ll etOn ,ai 111 Ity friond s to m u nl,l taiknofo'. uInication1 wh'Ich1 C::1n1' last, wee'k there was at I ig of (ar/lv) ritae. -' %V0wo1ld add that al ave n'ev ' wriit t'ln a y. mrI i bben ll a', we'( htave't a health )romli;tes her t yet. Buowen, C"ounty T)rea es hi ia...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 April 1883

TIlE RACE OF LIFE. The course was open, lan1 th" yoting athlet With fo.de 1arm l st iut really there; No time hat h his gathorod frien'ls to greet 'Ibore lity tho ordo I ho lun t tlire. 111s well-knit framo spoko l. i,h for tealth n,o power - It!a teethl were Vot, 1w111 hit '0111 A purp00 fixed. th-It from tIe 'narltg hour Ills Wim1 Sliou'd bo It gilm; go it. Lov: want there, bitt ho woualtd not 11(1r lie volece: And fricnl xh1ip At rove hli h'"1rlt to keef): 'Twais a2ll lin 'ai11, his hell art haod 11' m 0 it, The worl-i h11 14rol<den flel< to re Ip. ie erlrtl: I I' b -ar no Iu,Il:,t inl this -"at' -- iIrf.'s loves n .'I a 11r 11, 11'p:-+ titlrn by -- Ton-lor1' is lte I z.". b,' it 1nn11 it) travo The menIsur"etl tiistune't'---r to die."' He eleft lt - fir wit'I soir t; a!I atinno l l 1 ,1 ' l;l'1'r e hlis con1p111 es: daI' i 1( 1 w'rn, 1n<1 yet 11 -y)' s p'-oelai i A swell i- lIw11r. :a I 'o)11 i n-11 i Ch '!e: for the 1-rn er (h.1 (I, Ie n ) helo sl;y; Ills --ouil.il:<...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 April 1883

l+ W r I " . '~ , . n' .. DETOTED TO rOL[tic , >ORALITY, IUC%TION AND TO TEE 4WIItAL INTRUST OF TUE COUNTR L. By D, F. BRADLEY IT1 0'PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1883. VOL. III. NO.3. NEWS GLEANINGS. A $160,000 factory will be erected at Len Island shoals, on the Coosa river, Alabama. With $1,200,000 in the state treasury, Virginia offers' a fine field for an enter pnsing treasurer. Sullivan county, Tenn., has some rich sine deposits that only need capitrl to be properly developed. The water power on the Chattahoochee river, in the vicinity of Columbus, is esE timated at 100,000 horse power. Mississippi has 1,479 manufacturing establishments with a capital of $4,727, 000 ; value of products, $7,618,802. The vonreoerate cemetery at Raleigh, bas recently been much iniproved through the exertions of,the women of that oa.y. South Carolina has 2,078 manufactu ring establishments, with a capital of $1,205,894 invested. Value of products $16,738,008. " he manufacture of whale oil...

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 April 1883

,24 TtIESENTLNEL D- F BRADLEY.$da'tor PJCKENS O, IL, S. C.: TOURMDAT APRIL 19, 1883. Por subscription, $1.50 per annum for six months, 76 cents; strictly in advance Adve tisements inserted al one dolMr per a quare of one inch or lesx for the firet in3rrtion and fifiy cents for eneh svbaPquet insertion. Liberal discount nade to merchants ttn others aedrettising for sih months or by the year. Ob:tuary Notices and Tributes of lespect rargedfor as odverlsements Anns*cuw' Candidates f es doUlars in ad The Perseented Democrats. The State Democratic Executive Commit tee met in Columbia or. the 10th instant n-ad resolved to employ, for the defense:of the persecuted Democrats before the United ;tates Court In Oharleston, Ex.Judge Ma grath zund Leroy F. Youmans. The con. ei'MWs action is to be commended. This is the cotrse we have -tl the lime thought proper, and all the talk [about convening the Legislature in extra session to make an Sppropriation to defray the expenses of the defense, 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. — 19 April 1883

Hain and hail tll at thia-.lilce un .1night last week. quirrels are said to be -quito nn % erous now iu tsOn'O eotlion8. Miss E'sie StoelO, of reenvi,le, i 'Vlsiting friends and relatives iu Piel bnS. Thoro will be pretaching in tht P1,etbytoriall '6hiarh next Sabbatj &y the pastor D)r.J. R. Riley. Mr. J. C. Giffin will erect it coi modious two story dwelling hous( this summer. The wheat orop, though rathe baik ward, looks healthy and prom sing. Mr. II. O Grady, ono of cur Pro gressivo farmers, has recently par ahasod a riding culivator. There is a young lady wor.the T )rophet in our town. She says ther, ,ill be snow hero in July or Augus All the peacolion in i.his sectiot iave not y i bo6ii killed and the 'c . still ia pro'spet of some fruiL. biogoars. Nix & Welborn of Greena ville, publish their law card in thit ssue of Tim SENTINEL. The dog killed by Jno. Baker las \woek b'lonlged to Mr. W. J. P Itlynos. Mr. Ilaynes says the dop vas not rabid, though he makes ni( uss abou...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 April 1883

'I. j dADREAM. "Wish me joy," he said, and turned, With the laughter in his eyes; "Mary, I have won a wife, And my choice you must approv-." All my cheek and forehead burned, With a feelinf, not surprise; And I felt that Death in Lile, Was the ending of my lovo. "Slim she is, and like a fawn, Wandering thro' the woodland ways; And her voice is soft and low As the murmur of a dove; And the promiso of the dawn Blushes quickly in her face; Mary, can you wonder s6, You, the sIster of ny love? So I tried to speak and smile, Taking both hs hands in mine; Saying he was worthy hor Words that seemed to burn antd choke. From my breaking heart the while Toro the hopes that clasp and twine Then with all my pulso astir. And my brain on fire-I woko! It. "Wish me well," he said, and gaze:i, All his soul into my eyes; "Mary, I would win a wite, Do you caro to listen who?" As for me I stoe'i amazed, In a sort of glad surprise; And tho secret of my life Blossomed into beauty now. "Tallatd stately dot...

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 April 1883

I)EVOTED TO 1'OLI'ICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO TUE GENEI IL INTEREST OF TIE COUNTRY. B y D. F. BRADLEY & CO. PICK ENS, S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1883. VOL. XII. NO. 3 GENERAL NEWS. Tie females outnumber the males in Alabama by 17,247. There are cvcr 1CO vaiietles of timber lh"Murray county, Ga. There are 60,000 orange trces at B 'y St. Louis, Mississippi. There will soon be three cotton-seed mills in and around Cheraw, Ala., From one acre of long staple cotton in Rankin county, Mississippl, Mr. W. Waddell realized $260. Tihe Pen. Hilt residence in Athens, Ga., which some time since Eold ror $6, 000, is now held at $12,000. A young ladv near Bainbridga, On., has about four acres in onions and ex. pect.h: to realize $1,600 on the crop. The number of bearing orange treEs k on ,ialifax river, Fla., is estimated at. 300,0( 0, New groves are being planted all the time. - A bill withdrawing all public lands in the State from sale or lease for two years is to be ihtroduced into the ...

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 April 1883

t - a PICKENE I S C. TI sDAT) AWL 26, 1880. d for subscription, $1.50 per annum For sir t I Mittihk, 16 cents; strirtly in edrrte n Adve tisemtents inserted el -one dollar per a yuare of one iuch or less for the first instion g and fry cents f- each se teant inertion. I Liferal discount made to merchants air others h gdv*rtiring,for six motths or by the yr#P. a (fbruary Notker cr ~4Tributet at Nespet tl 0Atrgedfvr as an%c-isenents t An -ourtting (aties five dollars in ad-it erncA f The Dedication. t*ut Friday, the 20th instant, Was the by set apart for the dedication of the Pickens Institute, and was a kind of galn. day in Pickens. The favorable went het for fi work prevented many from attending, though there war a lair crowd and the occasion passed off pleasantly. the tbhool bthmbering somethig near hundred, formed in p ocession at the hotel and >A thed tv 1ho buisli1% handed by the taehers and the spenkers of the occasion. The services took place in the large hail of the buildi...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 April 1883

OCAL, ITEMs. Whydon't we have a bool market? White washing is the order of the -aay. When the railroad comes, how *e Vis1 $1 o w, tprtng poetry is late this year. are frying chickens. No county in the State in pro grossing more rapidly than 1ickontl. Greenville and Oconou och hangs ' negro on the 27th. There will not bo los than fifteen new hN'vb built in Piukus this ear. Straw hats are beginning tt rnAko Itheir appearance. Solm Of 'tlhom 4ave "glalss eyes." Mr. E. E. Mauldin ls ni aki'ng tno mprovometR On the.jai-I lot. Mr. J. P. Cary paid Seneca City 'W flying visit this week. f Cotton planting tirio 'is hero but, tfe weather 1s stil',6661. Nearly all the fruit abi ut here hatA *one wheru the "woodbino twinuth'' 'he Abboville Press and Hannor %and the KeoweoCcurier have locked iorns. They both hook well. 'ho tl.h Commission& h1tas pla6od three thousamd Calfornia trout in kho streams of Ovonoo. Mr. Charlie Drennan, one (f the funhing go ahead bu -iiss m)en (II Ea1ley paid our r...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 April 1883

G.M.D. A medley, a Mystery, is marvel and a Miracle. Tho Story of a DeatI. "Get money honestly if you can, but get t muoney," was a foolu1b fatter's advice to his t son. Get money, if you can honestly, mekeo but a slight alter: tto+t li the order of th,i words, but varies the sentiment conn'der. ably. l'hero is no harm in nmking money. It answereth all thin,s. U e,l rightly it is a power for good, an,1 there is -ifney enough -in the wor!d to finn a leve' by which the mas of hutm iniy cool I he lifted, to a p -, tain extent, out of its depths cf sorrow and despair. Mon y we ,ut hive for money makes the mare go. S )tae can make money who havo no faculty for savimn . Would von save you must huow how to deny those who would borrow and never repay, as well as thoze who be. fimp!y becauso they are to') lazy to work. Th"re are mnen who never want to see you except. to as k the favor of a loau, 'They will sk for j'at one word with you, and that one word in enr to be moN1 v. An inp'ecuniows ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 May 1883

)EVOI'D.TO D.10 FBAL MORALIY EDUCIION AND TO T,E TUENERDIA INEREST OF TE VOUNTOYX By D. F. BRADLEY & 00. 1'ICKENS, S. c , THURSDAY, MAY 3, 83 VOL. XII. NO.32 NEWS GLEANINGS. Gold has been dircovered in Alachua County, Fla. Etichmond, Va., now claims to have a population of 71,000. "Blighted Hope" is the suggestive nare of a saloon at Malvein, Ark. A large mine of Plumbago has been olscevered on the farm of James Stone, in Stafford county, Va. A'u arteslan well four hundred feet deep, at Parnasus, Va , has been finished and affords excellent water. The Arkansas Legiblature has passed a bill prohibiting the sale of liquor within two miles of any church. Arkansas has doubled her population within the last ten years, and is ranked as the fourth cotton State in the Union. ?he Florida coast is to have thrce new light house--at Moequito Inlet, at Cape San Bias and one further lown the coat. Over 40,000 acres of timber land will be sold in Randolph county, Ark., this month under the rro...

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. — 3 May 1883

T'HiE SENTINEL. D. F BRADLEY,Bitor PICK ENS 0. II.. S. C.: Tir DAT, MAY 3, 1883., 1'or x,rinxrriplion, *1.50 per anumrn .for six f1,nnths, 75 ern: sx(rictly in va,cerunr Ar'/te -/i."r,nent/." (nxtrred at Oner (Inflnr per taur,r " [fone iurb or Ire.. for the irst in.-er-ion r,ndl.ifiy rrt.r for rm"eh thnjrpirnl intrr(ion. l,ibrr</ t<irorInt ,nmle tn ontrrrhantx< and o/ther.f tndeertixin/, for .ti.r nnnthsh or by the year. (/,i,trrt/ .1io(irex rtfri ?'rIhn(ra of 1eet u /t,,r/rf.j~r its fIrix'crnna . nntulNciNg (1nldate8 J;ec (lollura in <td ('1(n e, A Fall. JeQse F. Clevelanld, a native of (leorgi:, lo i citizen of Greenville and well connec ted, htts delalted andt nbsconded. lie 't ts emItployed as collecting clerk of tie Greertt ville bank nnil was also en,za:ged in tle (n, 4411 and brokerage business. The biuk looses about y2.51t0, nnd various individu nlQ different amoiut is. Altogether, we len the detalcations 1n11nnt to nbotti S8,0t0t. I'leveltdtl waa last leardt of;...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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