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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 May 1883

4 LOCJAL I'.L1EMt4. Vhoat, s growing rapidly. Ito po8tiferoui h0useL fly will 00 U : haeru, . Monday morning latst was 'qit enol. Cotton plantitig is going on at I 1;et ly rate. 'tMayor ludgens and Trial Justic +.ett of EIlsly, woro in Lowu la; v, :ek, un'd gave us a call. '1 .1r i wero light irosts twl is last wook, but no d-amag fdono to vogetat,ion. "" ung men love girls for what are, girls love y't'IItu u mefo they protnis e to bo. sre 1lligood, Alexander & Co oi. o11 commeouc t\c erection o s1ore house in this place. art.y of young mon gave th< lmliius of'uur t,own at serenocl - ight InSct week, with violins rand flu te. They made spioen ic. t; Thomails "1. Chihis inlft)1r1m+ 11 o exl)'ectCL to keep a reghil :rku't it tl iN trtce tihe Irus e 1 WVe hopo Mr Chihds w"IIl In."u iuch litronalge asM will JiI8tsly keeping up Llte imk1t1et reg. I .. \' . W . K ni;;ht., rl' C'tl I rnl i. eot. I)r lI)" Ol <'d ( lIe ' 'I %v:1l ,t hife." al1n is ow1' l I c nv' asin i t a ll l t l...

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. — 3 May 1883

THE SEWING MACHINE AGENT. A Description of The-Man to he Met Witl nt everv ('roe-Itonde. The sewing-mnaetune agent is of allages and sizes, and llourislles hmiiriautly in all climes. He travels in a iight spring wagon, drawn by two t-ore-batetd ponies. He carries "the biest n eline im the world" in his vagon, and has its name in gilt letters, paitetd on tht. si.4 s of the vehiele. He inlhalits the iii and towns, but is often fondal ill rui ii! districts. He knows thit li- is a irrt;t public umefactor, and is therftrt, not ant all miodest iaout foreing; his t":tnily blessings on the people. W"ht"n Ite i( hS ip to a house he hitelit s his hor-e ftl tht" fence and instetatl of stantliu;; at lit gte' and shouting "Ifello ! Mister, di' s N to; dog bite '" Its othir traveilers drt, 1w 0bolly waiks up to the houtse, titl, 1" ifto one is ar"oundl, tiakes a sei.t onl the( f,h1t'ry nd begins to whistle. He tlt,: i it whistle to keep his colurage"c pll, f'ir, cttn. fldent that he is enlgat(ed ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 May 1883

a en r -- -)LYOI'Ell TO 1'OIICN,~~ MOIRALITY, ED)UC%T ION AND) TO THE~ GENER. L INTERtEST OF THlE COUNTh~Y. V Bya Da F.BALY&01ICKENS, S._(.G, IIIURISJ)AY, MAY 10, 1883, VOL.XII.Ni t GENERAL NEWS. Charlotte, N. C., pays four doll per thousand feet for its gas, A Baltimore capitalist intends est: * lishing a vegetable canning factory Vicksburg. One mile from Monroe, Ga., stand log cabin that was once the home Gov. Lumpkin. A goose farm with 500 birds has be established in Talladega, county, A Three hundred dollars an acre v #aid for fitteen acres of land in Volu county, Fla., the other day. $ A $15,000 stock of goods is the pr of a shooting match at Meridian, Mii the chances being held at $100 a shot, The Board of Health of Cedar Ke Fla., has prohibited the sale of oyst< from now until the close of the wai seaeon. There are said to be 2,200 convicts the Texas penitentiary. Of this nu f her three-fifths are negroes and111 Me: leans. Since the railroad has been complet< to Ann...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 May 1883

THE SENTL\EL D. F BRADLEY,EAitor PICI%, SS U. I1., S C. rIT SDAY, MAY 10, 183. For dulscription. 00 pe$. er eninim for six Months, 75 cents; strie!t! in uavntnee Adve tisenents inserted (al one d/llar per 49uara of one uch or less.for tAe irst insertion end fifty cents for earhn suantu/Seent insertion. ,ibrrvldiscount nude to n~rrehanls aind others d'vAertising.for six months <.r hy the year. Obituary Notices., eNei Tribtutes of Respect c'Aargerdfor as aoc<rtisemenis Announcing Candida(cs fiee dol ars in ad vance. Carona, Cumberland Gap & Chicago Railroad. The Ex:sectlive Cotlmiito of the ('arolin'i, Cutnberlan Gap tindJ (hi'ogo airoad Company hIl a meeting at Abbevitle ott the 1st instant. Governor lit goodt, Crlttnel R. E. Bowen and .1 ludge ('othrat were pre sent. Colonel King of Tenne tee, the other metuber of the contnitlet" was ttnnble to be present. The colnIInuIIIt" nrr:tnged certain Iinancial business tml instruelcld the President of the ('om,p:tny to tnke im medi...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 May 1883

LOC~AL ITEMS.L~ Read the notido of the Intendant it. this iss:to. Sond us the news. Mako it short an,Id awe't. ! Spring poultry is proforablo to 1' ring piootrj. Thi is tho month for plo nCs aanI >; on1: 1 hopping. .\ 'h as a ruilo, is not RO )romifl, s It Was this ti110 last year. 'T'1'1 will probably bo about n p of fruit in thih ction. F. Boggs in bnilding at l;l the front of his dwelling. 1en tho caso that whoi a tight the devil gets loose. fot1 happens that 'p)roml : g llton" aro Lho8o who pty renentati vo ''ollcson was on 11St MonIdaty, looking t 'I full of good h1um1tor. trefoOt boy, with his toe II It a 1ar, is c,omling to thet lt nIl l 'rously, ppoint.n:etts of Dr. Ili:('y ith his 'urliI eht'tl ats he' to, '!, tol wit: Cr-mel 1-t awd Mys,lMout M'1-aan 2(1 Pikelets C. Ii 4-b Si dt y. hil'Iren of Pr"1. 111,n -E asley, t,t_%:< ('h(.- !1n de i(c fr1 1ied , II;-1 1 1 q I p I c p e I( ((I t I. \ 1 mit :1i~ w ill be :1 1i" I.h. ", S nexIt It d I-. 1)st(0d 111 b l n w -- i 11...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 May 1883

HIS DE VOTIONS. [Froir Our Continent.) The organ peals. the choir is singing; I wonder if she knows I'm hero ? Her thoughts, no doubt, are upward winging, While mine sink, clogged with doubt and fear. 'Tis she, of course; there's no mistaking Her crowded, glossy braids of brown, And that's the bonnet she was making; I sat and watched her bead the crown. How deft her fingers are, how busy ! All ! happy man within whose home But. stay ! such thoughts they ma1ke me dizzy, And have no place beneath this dome. Far better should I ponder grimly My faults comiitted, (uties ruisied. How neat her glove is, and how trimly It but tons round her slender wrist ! Ah ! vain and poor is earthly pleasuro; No wonder that our sad hearts yearn To sine rmore high an<l Listing treasure They're sitting dowi; pholiaps she'll turn Thank HIeaven , she sees ne ! She is flinging A sweet reproachful glance my way, Yes, <1ear, indeed I have been singing, And now, iny saint, I mean to pray. M. Bniwirs. OVER...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 May 1883

)EVOIED TO i'OiI1C, MOlAILl'I Y, EDUC 1 ION ANI) TO Tt.E (ENElIAL INTEREST OF T'E COU NTRY. By D. F. BRADLEY & 00. PICKENS, S. C., 1HUESI)AY, IAY 17,18S3 VOL. X11. N.4 NEWS GLEANINGS. E.)GuFiJLt-,, S. C., is to have a cotton seid oil mill. 'TrscAi.oosA, Ala., will soon have a cotton sCed oil mill in operation. Fi.oit tA lps built 235 miles of rail. road during the past year. SoM: 40,000 silk worms are to be dis tributed in Keiitueky. KNoxvi,t.-:, Tenn., will probably sell 10,000 barrels of coal oil this year. A whiskey bar for Texas is being .tmdcle ill Cincinnati which is to cost 4 $10,000. PINE lards in 'itnai county, Fla., worth $8 an acre two years ago, are now selling for $25. 'Til.: are now 1)i cotton factories in operation or in c, urse of erection in the sctiltern state. - I-r is estimated that there are twelve Iiuadrcd towns W(st of the Mississippi f river, without chutenes or preaching of any kira. 'll -: tlcrca e of the public debt for A Iril, $28Fr-,i( 2 65, is the l...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 May 1883

D. F BRADLEY,Editor 1 F-ICKgxg G. 11., S. C.: TEUESDAT MAY 17, 1883. TELEMS g 'gr eubscription, $1.50 per annum for six months, 75 cents; strictly in advann Adve tis.ments inserted at one dollar per I Isuare of one iuch or less for the first in8ertion 1 and fifty cents for earch subrequnt insertion. Lib,eral discount made to merchants and othert 0 "dvortiging for six months or by the year. o Obituary Notices and Tributes of Respect o chargedfor as advcrtisements Anneutcirt C'ndidates five dolltrs it tid- I The 1ubliO $oads. We publisth in this issue, a connunica- h tion of Senator Butler's addressed to tihe tom rntt,sioner of Agriculture, in which he pros L pounds [several quest ions about (ie public c roads in this State. Senato' utller states c t.c that it is his pn pose to cllect all the in tormation he can upon this important sub e ject, ande prepare a series of communica- h tio's during his leisure in the summer, for " n] publication. If Senat or Butler can devise h any plnn by...

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. — 17 May 1883

LOGcA.I. ITEIMLS. Mr. Charles Robinson went hom 'vk last week. We ho w to see hii bick in Pickens soon, restored I W oare glad to see Mr. t A. Chil nbh to4 bo oft, On the street and i ' 01, oMae again. IZov Dlr. Brown i;l :nproving and we hope s"on t :I~ htim out also. Mr. H. A. Richoy inforns uR tIa 'nw hta obAerved in eevdral soction h, the fly has very materially in. u;d the wheat, and ho doosn' 1e k mOlo than a half trop will b u. tho United States Stprtm'o Cour .4cifded that a Stait has th 4 to litt,t the charges of Rail. Cek'pii1'ot l'e 111 and freight IsH reet,rainod by soue contrue it tuoir ch.trters. Maj. J. J. Lewis of this place hit uablo relio in a silver Lea spo - 11101 was tho propurty of his i;tatl A niother S81m,. It iiis u1to ,", -ide of ttti tIil,ndli a sntnlr a.n -- msed of Ih lt I.tte. S. S. ant. tt' rt'ers. ' .ni le tl innIi:l 1 1 h tukor,"W. Ith!' tt -,w t e, i . ' u ., i"H I ,t. t " ( Ii Ill till i,.11i t t i . - 1 . lit ,i 1 ", Il " 1 .13 , f Ti ii1 1, . 1,, ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 May 1883

WELL, NOT TIlS E'VENIN(. 'Twas a bright and moonlight evertg As they wandered on the shore And she gently grer el his co.t-aeevc, As -ho oft had doine before. And they talked about his college, While she charnled nlin with her look.; Then rhe called him very naughty, - Not at all well up in looks. 3 "1 Have you ever road," sho murmured "R( ites' Memnoir? I wish you wvou .." well, Pine yout inlsiet," he whiatperetl, "I will tty and be so got d." Take your arn away-you monsterl From lily waist you awful1nlan! That's not what I~ meant at all, e.ir ! There, you're breaking my new fan "'rwas the 'Life of Joseph lqIueca,' sir; Atid I think you're awful hnd Am I angry? Take mn home, sr. Yes, I utn, just fearful ruid " Twas t bright mooilgiht evening, As he wandered on It' shore i(ut no atnideri resecd him cont-e:cevo il As she used In days of yore. 11arrard (.'rim,wn. '1t The Limen Kiln Club. h"Several letters hav come to mE loorin' d pas' week a7.in' me to define my posishun on dis qiuesl...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 May 1883

IEOIl TO t'OLICN, MOIIALITY, EDUC191ON AND TO RIE ENEYl IN1EIIS1 OF TI0E POUI'CRKY By D. . BRALEY &00. tICKENS, S. C., 1H URtSDA_Y, MAY 24, 18883.VO.XIN.35 NEWS GLEANINGS. Ctors are remarkably good all ove1 Louisiag, OvElt 200 tons of iron are mined daily near Attala, Ala. THE Pineapple crop of Soulth Flol io1 looks promising. A IARGE quantity of iron ore existe in Chilton county, Ala. LARGE deposits of iron ore have been discovered in Warran county, Tennessee. RICHMOND, Va., has a population of 70,684, being an Increase of 7,000 since 1880. Mn. JEFFERSON DAVIS' estate of 500 acres at Brannon, Dfiss., is now mainly devoted to grapes and oranges. THE Alaine iron manufacturing con 'any has been organized in Taladega county, Ala., with a capital of $200,000 GAL,VXSrON, is now the second cotton port in the country. The receipts for this reason were 800,000 bale.. A OOI) vein has been discovered at Rote Cove, N. C.; about four miles ena, of Highlands. Quarts containing gold dust in l...

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. — 24 May 1883

t'k.1' S1ENTINEL, D F BRADLEYIdi'o'r PICIC EXS 0. H., S. C.: THT DAT, UA? 24, 1883. ' 'EI1M1 s or susc.rription, $1.50 per Onnud fbr six +nonlhs, 75 cent.; itrictly in udroenre Aidee li,nrents nserterld al tiane do)1nr prr a -eir 2 of one itch or 1rs"fcr lire first in.sertin i td fifty cttntl for rir sihsr,Yenrt .Ir'etien. L/iberul ,xi.rountl mueri to urrehrrnts (nrel o'''hers vrurr. ii,qr>r si rnmth. or ler )ihr yror. (1tucry/ .Voticre and 'I'riltrllrs o/ lespect - Clfr Aitr as aiecrti..em<ttea .it nreertiMp (hli .l-t 'rc ellla ra in dd The New England Exhibition. Mittee the State lteiardl of Agricultiue has tefused to nppropriate money to inve tle vesottrces of the State exhibited at the New inglnndl Fair. fi the want of ttbsorit;y of int, lit is said, the bursinevss 'itn -of ('olen,' tnia sin d UGtvenville have held n:eet ings, at which it Was resolved to ha ve the State re preseitted by private te.ant. The New l-tigland ExWhition or Fair, is :tn inrcorpornled body, id a ki...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 May 1883

I Tuesday nmornitg Vnab vdr e cole 22d May. T.rpianing ftndcMo1i Mil to y,1 Anai6v *11l1er, k "lromniecr htorin1lInt (Itf (roenvilie s -deuid. t j "Bill Arp" hti a noty cvngol - h iniited bltb .llArrah. S.3 is aI dealtnd ftot- orsival goo, t otm el at this pltioe. W, t IeaIy incrnfig of last wool ,1 for t.h 5oanon of yvir. .0'rs say they have fgoo SuotLOn and havu had tin - for clopp iug it out. t" ear ia fittu'Comp laint, of' rats SIt,, but t,be'ro i3 niot euoncl :0 any dam ago. ia has nttdo i, l-pp)e:tranec L tho chicken tribo it thi and i killing thorn ou't ral C convones at, this p icu o t londay in Juno et10 l . ,Vihutr,poon Will presiJe. "homans Parkinrs now has l I mi 4 ,ll in fall olp ration Oi .t 1 a ii11" bort,y Sita tiol-. '.' ";owen, ouir eiliientL Cont3 ror. in'tirtm s 1is that he 'ol miot lthilg ovor *1,500 d urin . n11, in1 Lit -u (i tLy. Gitp 1(11l Rtrhool, tatight by 'vaih McWhort,er gave a cle. and pie ire otn lInst Fidl_aty J. E otIg,s and1(-J. '. Ct'y place, and1...

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 May 1883

TO-MORROW. In the downhill of life when I And I'm deem. ing May my lot no less fortunate be l'han a snug elbow-chair can aftord for reclin ing, And a oot that o'erlooks the wide sea ; With an ambling pad pony to pace o'er the lawn, While I carol away idle sorrow, And blithe as the lark that each day hails the dawn, Look forward with hope foq to-morrow. With a porch at ry door noth for shelter and shade, too, As the sunshine or rain may prevail ; And a small spot of ground for the use of the spade, too, With barn for the use of the itail; A cow for my dairy, a dog for my game, And a purse when a friend wants to borrow ; I'it envy no nabob his riches or fame, Nor what honors await him to-morrow. From the bleak northern blast may my cot be completely Secured by a neighboring hill; And at night may repose steal upon me more swttly By the sound of a murmuring rill; And while peace and plenty I find at my board, With a heart free from siukneas and sorrow, With my friends may I share what ...

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 May 1883

ED TO OLIili , MORALIIl, FDUC 719N AND TO T "I OEN R L INTEREST OF T1 E COU IT1.Y. By D. F. BRADLEY & 00. PICKcENS, S. C ,TIU RSDAY, MAY 31, 1883 VOL. XI I. NO 36 NEWS GLEANINS. Danville, Va., has two cotton mills in operation and is erecting a third one. Gov. Boynton's bride is wor4h $50, 000 in her own rkht. She is about 40 years o d. The firft cotton factory in Wisconsin was opened a few days ago at l heboy gan Falls. Mr. J. H. Henderson, of Covington county, Ala., is sixty-three years of ago and tince 1845 has killed 412 (leer. Gen. Fitzhugh Le3 added about $3, '00 to the funds of the Southern His torical Society by his recent lecturing tour through the South. The Key West, Fla., sponge fleet, numbering seventy vesKels and six hun dred men, is out on a cruise. A large catch of sponge brings about 4300,000 into that city. It is said that a Vermont farmer sends more than an average of 2,000 pounds of butter to one hotel in Geor gia every week during the year. Within eighteen m...

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. — 31 May 1883

D. F BRA LN,ZI Y-,Editor PICKENS C. I1., S. C.: THURSDAY, XAY 31, 1383. >for subscription, $1.50 per annum f0r +months, 75 cents; strict', in aivance Adve tisenents (nserted at one ":lollar p 'srquare of one iuch or less for the ., t inserti and tfly cents .for each subseruent un.<ertio, Liberaldiscount made to merchants'fn1u othc advertisini for si.r mo+t'bs a-"'oy t'he year. (9btuary Notie.r cth.. 1'ri,utes of Rcspe charged,for a adirerlisemnents Announcing Candidates jive dollars in ae Vance Catholina, OuMhberland:Gap & Chicag Railroad. In anolher column iof this issue we pu, lish an article front the Ailen I n/,oal a, .JReciete and one from t lie .Veus and Courier ,reference o ie teffort t.o* being ittmale I t ite city of Greenville to divert t he Carolini Cumberland Gap and Chicago l{Riilron -front its original and proper course by wn of that place. I,e also publish tile ratlhe exulta,t editorial remarks of tle Oreenvih Vetes over the itiasi endorsement by Ihes joui m...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 31 May 1883

+nt us the nows. Make'it slo 111d :iwou t. rlo Ilango of .nd vertisement t \. J 3. Smith, %asey. '1 ho early m'ss of'behns was coot *-oon-by the frost. The bridge across Town 0'6 II. U. Grady's noeds tool -r. hitinguishod jurht '1dcentl , Ir. Child of this. 'placO "tl )t ia ",fn avalanche. "Pretty goc Siloy preached two oxcello i the pre)isbytorial iht S daiy. T "ccount of the May day 'il ho Gap Hill school came' t( publication this week. ear in our next issue. o. lolingswort.h will soa o n'C the croction of' a reside< t street, lrad when comlpltc . o .ly will move to town. )ut ity fathers hav had th f E.iHt:atoe,street blasted Ou -inamlilo. 'It is an ithprbvc hat hits loug been nloedo'. e-ns from thu Viiginlia olectic ah ige l)emocrat,io gaim! y, Billy. 1. J. Gignilliat, tho polit Iulr agent of the Air Lin 11 at Easley, came up las V lnd paid on. half (t th ne by his conlpatny, amotlnt )vor' three thousaid dollarr Lila Rtiley, youn-re.t dauight ,v )r. tiley is now at homi 1i1og ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 31 May 1883

HEADS LIKE A NOVEL. The Story a "Prone,lnlt it (ltizen ' Told na I A lttan ta i Reporter. }Fwvml ti-e .tlatia ((:a.t C'onastitultion.] "Ii at:t'-war tim'es thertre lived i: lecrlwether (ount v at don't-care sort of a t ltegro nanttl,c'.1 Jack Wiisuon, who could i neitht real no)r Wi ite. H1e laid gaiine1 l his freedom inl 13tome- way or other, and gained his livelihood iv netinfg os a sort i of director-genet-aI to fatunt horscs ill his neighborhood. Jack bce atauo a taehed 1 to i Se1Vanit girl who was ownel by a t manu named4,161(-4 (i t ,ue of thtl wealthirst lnci inl (let arfgin, who owned thouslais of waer-s of land, and with his famuily lived im lordlV style. I"The sar\:mlt firl was a lrghlt miulat. to, ual .Jack was at s}tale tdaltker. 'Tht 1 iuialo al nt1 t th of it, ttl wer'e m1aarritied :t utider tit( a'nl""r at things timt a-\i-dl in t wa"r timtes. A t te. satmel' 111i .ack had V a stlave-w\ile in 'i.niatlit, hut she w\'as as < hach as coatl. Wi i lth war eloe(d tal the...

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 June 1883

a bl,Y'OItt TO 1'OLI III', M0RJAW1Y, EDUC ION AND TO TT.E (4ER iL N EREIff OF THE CUUlTAT, r -== - ______________________ _____ -__-__ ____- --- -- -- ----- - - - - "~--- -. - - --------- - By D. F. BRADLEY d 000 PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JUNE 7 VOL8, OL N GENERAL NEWS. Fifty'sic thqusand. cocoanuts will I Planted at Key West; Fla. In one week, near Winuna, Mic ufl'alo gnatA killed over 100 horses an inules. Lowdnes county, Miss., has over $1( 000 in its treasury and does not owe cent, .The white Baptists ofSouth Caroliii have 640 churches and 58,782 commi nicants, and the colored biaptists numb< 90,000. It cost $70 to raise 3:3, bushels < rice at a point in south Carolina, whic tOld for $340 in Charleston.. Net pr ceds *270. Nearly one htindred thousand dolla worth of buildings hove been erected i .Morristown, Tenn., in the last twelh monthe. The State of Virginia expended moi than a million dollars in 1882 for tl support of her common schools. ( these 4,062sare white achoole...

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 June 1883

THE SENTINEL D. F BRADLEY.Bditor PICKENS Q. II., S. 0.: T'HUE'SAY4, U 7, 1883. TErtMS : or suaetflition, $1.50 per annum ./rai lhs, 75 cents; strietly in rdvanCe (dve tfaements inserted at one ultter pr are of ote 'uch or less fr the first itnerbOr (ffty cents for rerih suse7NfI iftRfition Si1,eru .Iiscount made to mnrt'hala and othen I'erliaing for sit months or by the yedr. ltuary Notirr an<d Tributes of Respec e 'getifor as aulvcrtiarmfnts nnonneing Candidutea five dotare in td ce IckeAs Boys Getting "on Top." 'he municipal eleciion; in Greenville is n to take place, and we notice, with 1e, the prominent position some of the kens hoys occupy in the politics of the '. ir. John Ferguson, a native of this nty, is strongly urged by the business 1 of Greenville, as well as the Greenville tra, for the Mnyorality, and it seems that tould have a walk over if he would only sent to run. but this he declines to do . Fefguson is deservedly popular in -enville, is a mnn of superior busines...

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