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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 June 1883

1t1iM badly needed in this soo AlrkI Lively, a citilon of phis v It:ed 67 yers, died on last I1 8 "TINgE, roturns thanks to "i ' W ~"Loolor for a nice mess n bans sont in on the 09th 'Ii quite a spiritof inprovo o 1jkons at this time. When uhi,d gets here we will have t,i nt right. , at Liberty, is selling lots t 110 was not split out for r 1ail. lie will come to the Wheat will be 'ready,t in - . w days. The crop at this " _nisos4wull, and if no disas it before it is securely .. 1eoarly everybody wit. t. Horton a.t Liberty, can 1 1n Cradle, as good as any Id, for $2.50, wIwn others 1 Spot cash explains it. ( ldren of Mr. J. R. Matti ivus below Niasley station, ilty, were bitten by i d..g to be rabid on 29th tift. 0 weather predictions for of lay wore correct. We yet sen his predictions but trust they may be rable than those for May I they are not more favor they may not bo fultilled. Y. Gaines, one of the active oung men of this County vn last week. Trio balmy o at Pickens scens to ...

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. — 7 June 1883

WHY TEE DAISIES ARE WHITB Onco on a timt a quarrel I oso. 'Tis said, betwoon Impatient Spring tAnd that old gi ay-beard Winter who Yet longer to his throno woul'I cling. "tir turn it is," gtioth Mistress hpristt, "'Io reign, and clothe the earth anew. How long must all nmy beauties lio Concealed for 'ear of such as you?" 'hla'fi the Suntbeans ctoaxingly She ttarned and said: 'To yotu alone I look f'or help earth's chains to loose, An <( drive this loiterert' frot the throne." Sio. tempted by her stuiling face, The Sunbeams answerel to her call, Antid though old Winter battled welh, Ills kingdom soon began to fall. "But if you think," lie coldly said, "'All Irace of' me to wipe atwat. My tnemuory still shall hattnt and lie Upon .our mtendows day by day.'' And on that night. a atnessenger fy Wirnter sett to l)atisylanil Upon each daisy blossom laid A i,heet of t1snow wit ft lavish hand. Attl 'tistress S1rinst. when she behell 't'e souvenir of Wint r's reitt, Stiniled1 as sthe softl...

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. — 14 June 1883

11F 1V' l'N TO l'UL[*C4; MOIII FY9RDCtTION AND TO T'IE GENIfR tL INTEREST OF TilE COU ITt. By Da. VUE DLEY & 00- PICKENS, S. C, THURSDAY JUNE 4, 1883 VOL XII. NO 3. G ENETNE Tbema out r .4k Alabama by 17,247. A4b@ ar11 P e,utty, iV!1-a lPta b about 100,000 gallons of wine each year. 15otl: dplis f rdl'> th'Ab lands of Puridio county, Texas, assay over $1,100 of silvef to tho ton. The Columbia, S. C., stocking mill is In oF:ratot} ingthep pyWW, ad is now turnin Vut 8,,6 paira i uished et)ckinge d, . Eight thoy fged4W g jlogs wet e seized at NeWpj rkapge, by V ited States officanis, .on a, charge That they had been cut from dovernment land. Cotton caterpillars have made;their apl"earanpe-n ths farm pfMr.- G. M. Bacon, near 4theus U119 a m.nt.h ear lier than ever bef6rd knowth in that locality, Dick' G while hu days since, fo .bul cut tig ope4. t it con taincd itety A factor started at Key West gfre of ghu core out of c-ni Ldcassava starch, which is said to be better and cheaper...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 June 1883

THIE ENTLNEI D. F BRADLEY,Ed4tor ICKENS C. N.., S.'-C.: THdISA7, 31tM 14, 1883, . 1vor s, iterip'ion, $1.50 per arm for sir mon/hs, 75 erntst strictly in ta{tere Adree tiarments lnerrtri -1 one doTltr per aybtr; of one inch or 1>trfor thri' t insertion antd liftiy c-nta fo're'hC st.lis'gt'tt'iY ns'erlion. I,breral .litcovi+ nie 0to merchrnta crd -ohere al"ferrtisin+g for sir months or by the yerrr. Ohrt nary Noliea and Tributes of Rp'ect Dh1r;7edfor as ad'crtisements {,iniaty (cndil'esfit'e dollars in ad anneS Pickents on the Alert "In vie'v of t1eyioposition ti chango fihe lihe of the Carrli in, itumberland Gap and ('hii cAgo 1I1ilnd >m as t o run by 3reen ville, the PikenIsrt i, ited by Sen -it or Bralley, comnea lift in 2 tltong t('otesl .naininst Ithe proposed chauge. It says the proposed charge woald be unjust. to the p,eop,le of l'ickeny Cotunt y, who have put Iheir money itilo this enterprise und work e'i inir for "i4s success. The : ras1 , 2rtrt.,p peats to la:bthr itt...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 June 1883

A fin:o'ek h 'df ainl, fell at, thi p1a.0 61n (thlt Bhnday. It woo ftgil ing LO be badly needed. ho C. &'ttfkn 'diet dftf1ae oft i b? t dfitI ' I'N.ifo tiiv h o' f'h uorth UVro'li n :,t runs ggs, o( Cent,ral, ha te ';lacvt Iftbli Wrm Wi1ioh h xpctsI. t'6btMin 250 beeh las ym 01 the yi'hh beoturb 6 are no tom;n wtjloht, he *lte Mibushel t c bo ae fieid. his is bette hav" purchased A new Geesdk um,r. It, will thrash 60 bushel t:r ,,,-, The best'Ti'ruHhdr made :ave; ,':ar w'hemt an oats Wt me -. C. U nAymk. 'ned ttlmik 'vivek att Irton's ,h !bake - l, 'in buit. 'only 14 Lyo. tot Sugd'Ut Cfihitoc h 4 l nice as hiims and mtic'l h*. ; ihoico White Wino Vine the nicost Muse Maukere A .i ',. McIvor has render hi 11 .1 dismissing tho onso brough of the itituns Of. William' . " nship to prevent t-ho'aiPlut i 1e Lakes %'otcd to tthe 'C. U R. 't. kaij. Ch'ld of thi rosented the f. I. Co. an< ly of Andersun, the tax A Williamsto'r. on, it ibi o'rty,'isjol'ling stric S,,+sh, and the pt"opl...

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. — 14 June 1883

THE OLD CHURCH BELL. Born of the metal and the fire. They boremo from my raging siro, An:d made Ie of the citv'a choir which sings in free air only; And here since then I've patient hung. Silent, untouched: bitt,'being swung, Giving mny voice with iron tonguo Alone, but never lonely. The hermit of the belfry here, Colle<t in the upper atmosphere, I sp eak in accents stern and clear To atl the listening people; With none my speech to cheek or mar, Bendlirlg my utterances icar and fir, With sonorous clang arid sudden Jaar, I shake the slender steeple. I ring the chinos for the bridal day: , toll when the dead are borne awav; I clang when the red flaines rise anil play On crackling roof and rafter; I tell the hours for the steady clock; I call to prayrars the pistor's flock; Anid back arid forth i tay work I rock, And sink to silence atter. lere by niyself in belfry high, Peeping through bars at earth andl sky, And mocekialg the breezes sweeping by, A r<d back their kisses flingi...

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. — 21 June 1883

" ~i 11.1'UIF;1)'' Tt (L,IF' ;, 11Ult.tl, IY, RlUM; 191O AND) TO TJE VENEI{ 1, IN'1'LIIESI O 01 'Ii (OU t jr~~. By D. F. RALY&0.PICK IENS, S. C, ,THURS.DAY, JUNE 21, 1..3 V . XI_. No BRDEY&C. l '0EN * Texas bluegrass seed is being tried in West Tennessee. ' In tie aLbne of lime this grass, it is thought,,wiJl thrive best in that section. The largest sheep ranche in the world is the one at Diniillent- and Webb coun ties, Texas, whore 300,000 head of sheep are pastured pn 300)00 acces of land. The queen's hepith is e ently a sub jeet of grave fear i England. HTer e's order is said to 1)e of 'a*drrt'at natftre, an I the probabilitfies arAttha she *ill be a bedidddi invilI. The State CapitWJ of Tezas vill prol )ly :)e built of flire granite instead of lim:stone. It is e'aimed that tlis will make it the best Stcite-hose on the co tinont. Six thousand halby alligators are sold in Florida evory yeari1, ta le punt of ivory, mnher of ukgb "d qrantity rt oil obtainod from the Jq merph...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 June 1883

SENTINEL. D. F BRADLEY,Editor PIOKEN8 0. H.,8. 0: Tmit3'3AZ JN2 21, 1883. ltor subscription, $1.50 per wnnim r six souths, 75 cents; strictly in adsnnee .dve-iseme,ets taserted at one dollar per 'oare of ene iuch or leesforthe frst iniertion ead ffty cents for each Subseqveest intserties. Liberal iiscount mede to meehants and elotAers s+lvertising for si. months or by the year. Obituary Notices and P ibutes of Rcepect t ,hergrdfar alt ads,crtisements Adnaoncing Candidates ive dllars in ad Vance "i f it is dishonoroble for elen. ilagood to dei!ect his line to Greonville, he is already dishonnred, for he has promised to do that very Ithing.-Greenville News." General lagood has made no such prom ise. He is too honorable a man to promise anything he knows he has not the power to fulfill. lie has promised to lay the Green ville proposition before the hoard of Direc tors for their action and, perl.ps, to use his Influence in favor of the deflection. This is all, and the A'ews does General...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 June 1883

AbNoTN"11 COUNTY IIeARD FRom, Mr. W. D. Garetlson, a prominent plautor of Anderson oottny, 8. U. anyaho has used Norman's Notttral, Ising Cordial In. his family and It has proved offluuolous in every in. <tanao ho had ocilon to tl'y it. This Is t-ho vordiut, from many tall over the land and a tril will Con vinoo you that Normttte Col'difll is all 'thut is claimed for it, Thousands of children are saved from diseaso and death ovdry yent by the tinely use of'8htinet' Indian Vermifugo, the popular remedy. Only 24 cents a bottle. TrE TaUTn IIUltts,-'-W hen Gali, lot was ainde to recant his opinion. of the utipth's motion, he said in an undoptone--it moves". Although Norman's Neutralizing Cordial is a pittert, medicine-it curos. We ad mit that its formula is privato, bnt. not more titan thue Ltin hierogly% phics of the physiciatn's proscription you tatke to the drug store, Woman. Her health and life depet,d more on the regularity of her menstrual functions than Ott any or all causes c...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 June 1883

SUMMER IN MY HEART. Above, the sky is palo and drear; Below the grountid is white with frost, No merry voice or bird I hear; The babbling brook in ice is lost. Nature is resting from her work, And when she sleeps she little heeds Whether the skies be bright or murk, Or what her waking children needs. It is -:to time we winter call; Of all the seasons most forlorn, reauty arrays her in a pall, Forgets the weeds that most adorn. But when I fondly think of you The dreary curtain drops apart, A charming lamscape then I view, For then 'tis sumnesr in my heart. MINNIE C. BALLAnD. TOO MANY SALOONS. RfQorta of te Churel( Teapernceo Society to Mkule Theut Fewer. "The fact is," said a prominent mem her of the Church Temperance Society, of New York City, "all classcs drink too much. From the gilded saloons up town and dow n-town, where costly works of art hang on the walls, adorn the par lors and make attractive the seene, to the lowest dive in Cheery street or the meanest hole in Chathani str...

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. — 28 June 1883

-LVO -IYI) TO POLII'Ucs, MORAI,YY, RDUCTION AND TO T'JE GENERI,L INTERtEST OF TilE COU'i.TY. By D. F. BRADLEY & NO. PICKENS, S. C4, THURSDAY, .JUNE 2 Cl. X11. No A CAIRO OfMIUH FARE. Wit to The Breedng Baetluree Whieb $tamd Beside the Virgas Tree. In company with a crowd 'of dukes and right honorables, who have lately been visiting the scenes of Lord - Wol seley's "latest and most glorious achieve ments," a New York Herald correspond ent says: I went to see the Cairo ostrich farm. Everything in Egypt has an arobological setting: 'he village of Tel-el-Kebir-the Big Mound-is noth ing less than the relies of the city called Pi-tom in the Old Testament that was built by the Jews with bricks without itraw. The Cairo ostrich farm is situated within P pistol shot of the famous Vir gin's tfee, which' i still sttuiding, and under the shade of which tradition tells us that the Virgin with the infant Jesus and Joseph reposed when they fled into Egypt from the wrath of Herod. Quito netr 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. — 28 June 1883

.'E ,S1IfNTtNEL D. F BRADLEY.g&itty PJCK EN (, I1, S. C.: t'HUE SAY , tJUlh 2$, 182 . Par artb.cription, $1.50 per enflhu, )t1feia mnonths, 75 rents; stritt y iA almntavse Adve- is.nenta Insrnrtd li one dallitr pOr M+teart of one .iSch br IrhfJr tho s-t1i iAtertion -nel.fty cents for eneh sr crttt i. aFrtioh Y,jihrrl.irrnint mude to nrerchants atI oth-rs a(verfi.iny ft>r ,it monlhs or i,/ thr i,:r. Ohtuary fAtiers and 7ribuites of 11c+Iattcl cktarglrfjr (is (i4verliscy niits .nnoittcing (e,*eh.idt itsJiec dollars it <td 'anCt 'Piedmont Agricultural Association" The proupositiott to organize a "'iedn ont Agricultnral Asi ociation," is beginning to uitract the attenlion of prominent f(rtners in this section of the State. t'h "(lreeu. 'ille County Agrict tural Swiet v' we are i+fortned, intend to take hold of the ques. tion anni work it u,p, if such a thing,is p9s.. nible. An in!elligent. and p11ominent. citi .e-n of thin, County hatss r.aently t3ritten two %imin11uicnitions ...

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. — 28 June 1883

M i4, Suo Ellen Lo*T retnimed ln-t)lt' Iast Sunday frotn a plea-4ant visit to Seneca City, aad 'Georgia. 1H on-y Koatler, one 6t the oldos't. it -ti"ef this Connty, died near Li1, ty Station wook W6fore last. (,(. I. Frank Sloan of SonoaCity 1: sur town a flying visit last San aiLy. We are always glad to see you t'eul and hope you will dome often ,nl "tay longer. -'!1c Treasuror of this Coun'ty, . " d0(1 on the 'frst installmo t'of u:tx-, during lant month, over fix ha.'tnd sovo h'undre( cala'rs. A n roiddn'tlddourred fi'om a crush at tho chil'Ir1n's entertainment at ; nn e rland, England. on the 16th ittyt:ats , and 178 of the children wOro L. M. Berry handed us a cot ossom lust Monday that had -I on Saturday beforo, the 23d 1:. 1Mj. Lowir, of 'thin liaco On to pen in hi8 gtraon -on 4 s ii'rel .attention to Ore adver, .i-,lI1(iIut of i1r. R. I. Ilortoi, vhich t I I'M in ti i uitte. Mr. Ilortou '' gt1o-ta heatd busi ines1s man an d t,o be Oil to, tortant p1" fi t l 'bansin A' 'e lle...

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 June 1883

THE JOKERS' BUDGET. W'IIAT WE FIND IN T1HE 11111Ot0U PAPERM TO LAUG1H OVERt. Not a Melfbish Man-The Sn'ste Cat-Menator Davis' Itnec, Etc. A l3ACE. Senator Davis who is now enjoying his honeymoon takes the jokes of his friends in very good humor. "While ho was diniug one day at Wormley's with some friends, among whom was Mr. Evarts, the conversation drifted to athletic sports and foot races. Mr. Evarts, with a view to one of his sarcastic jests, turned to the great trunk alongside of him, from which he himself may be sulposed to have been whittled off as a sliver, and suggested that such sports were entirely out of his line. 'Well, Evarts', replied Judge Davis, 'perhaps you think I can't run ? Now, look here, l'll bet you a case of wine I can beat you in a hundred yards if you will let me 'hooso my ground and will give me five yards start. I'm heavy, you know, and want solid footing.' Mr. Evarts w'- satisfied that lie 'had a dead sure tiing,' and as tle evening had advanced the digni...

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 July 1883

Site __l__ DEV,1'ED TO 1'OL11iU, t10RAI1 T, E11UC1"IO! AND TO TUE b?ENEItRL INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY; By D. F. BRADLEY &. CO. PICKENS, S. C, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1883. VOL. XI. NO GENERAL NEWS. Florence, South Carolina, has raised $100,000 for a cotton factory. Griffin, a., is trying to raise $100,000 to build a cotton factory. 'Ten million acres of land in Georgia are covered with timber. Texas has bought all the grazing cat te of Tennessee and Arkansas. Darlington, South Carolina, has raised $250,000 towards a cotton factory. The fruit business is threatening to ri val the iron industry at Chattanooga. Stles of fertilizers in Alabama this year are much larger than those of last year. ' Nearly a million acres of land in Louis iana, have been sold recently to a Kansas speJulator. The barrel, box, tub and bucket facto ry of Chattanooga will give employment to 150 hands. Selma, Ala., has sixty artesian wells, ( nmd the water from no two of them is t exactly talike. 4 The Southern whea...

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. — 5 July 1883

T IHI S NT4N EL D. F BkADLE!Y,ditbr PICKGE,a G" O ,. 8. C.: THU1SDAT, ILY' , 1883. hIor aubtcription, $1.50 per annum forsi tonths, 75 eents; strictly in 'tt"a>ree Adve 1itntents tnaered al one( doIllar pr a quar3 of on inch or Ics fttr the first in:tertio andflff'ty nts for earh .ttsc<gtent -isrlion J,iberai,liscounrf made to tierch<rnt'and oth'er adverlisiny"fir 'ix monf1ts or 'y the yra'r. Obttnaryl Aticex and ril>ulcs of Rcpe( -chttrged for Fs adritron'entt. Announcing CaidadtcsJive dollars in ad 1)Valee teatt 01 Ocn. Connok. Gen. ('onor, of Charleston, died in lich n ond, Va . on the evening of the 271h tilt. niter an illness of threc e eeks from piea monia. lie was horn in Charleston on tl lst September 1829, was gradtunt ed at tl South Garolina College ;n 1849; and wit at!mitted to the bar in 1852. Pntering th Confederate service as Captain of the M ,nt gwimery Guards. he left it. with the rank c ILrignlier General. A fter the war lie re ttimed the practice of his...

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. — 5 July 1883

A PCA L ITEMS' 1 ucio Iligbod, oif 0h1i1eston . :g the Sutiinor -in Pickns 'I i. A\iie,WilkingOn, of Marion .t , )l a Elila Iloiles. 'f 1ufhdloton maI ing triends'ii our town. ()'s, :knotum was honored witL , I.tom two charmning youug !hu ) other day. We alwayc w the fair eox. m>a .J. E. Bogge attendoa nourt at \V alla last week on profe ainuoss. WY. S. Morrison, of Wolford, the Oommunomunt exur. ho Piedmont Instituto last Ad speint tvocaldays in our J. A. Higgins and W. II a t .. cach recently lost an a lild fruld Inailes and teut,h iturn thanks to Maj. R. A t" writing-tup the commoti neu a reiso of' the "Pied mon t, In and other editorial fivors 'ur absence last woek. ! Iloing machino is now in full lo iun our town. This is the s ever brought, to t,his Couu lrom the present outlook it i kopt JJuisy for somie timoe Lo ro pailld to 'learn that little S Duras t, daugh ter of our pop I cilicient School CUIlmibsionl a it ill. a in G reonville dortt forgot to - I see riend Bowen, at ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 July 1883

THE JOKER'S BUDGET. Ti sir?' WHAT WE FIND IN THE I1UIMOROIJS PAPERS. "1 1 The Had foy (iive Hils Father a DynntuIte ' Seare-Thc Modern 111ncile- A lint Fit-Messenger Boye. it. Fo A DAD FIT. - "1 An Austin policeman arrested a tramp sir who, although otherwise hattered and torn, had on a perfectly new pair of nt) pnts, which, however, were entirely too short for him.4I. "I believe you stole those pants from some store. You don't look as if they Tif belonged to you." F "I don't belong to them. They be. its long to me." "I believe I'll arrest you. Those pants don't tit you. You pulled them out of some store;" and so saying the Policeman led off the tramp, who laughed heartily. Ant "What are you grinning at ?" "Nothing, except I was thinking what R ftnny platce Austin is. In other towns ri the police arrest you when they see fit, bmt here they take you up when they D don't. see fit," and pomting to his unmen tionables, that struck him just below the knee, he laughed some more.--Te-as if...

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. — 12 July 1883

11 , 7 5hDs i rutiurL W)~.VO LD TO OI 0 4 IIS, 3:0I1,1 I;DI ITIUV .1 ) pFlTCATION AN ' N'-. " 1 IN'ERFSI' OF TIlE 0U+I'itl. By D. F. I3RADLEY & CO. PICKENS, S. C., 'TIHURSDAY, JULY 12, 1883. VOL. XII. NO GENERAL NEWS. Vlc:i.nWltu, Miss., is souo to lat watetr-worka. Tut. Virginia peanutt("fr,p is rotting o th v 'ino. Tn'I issKtissippIi lun-rttiu aMvltum hast- 45 iites. OF Virginia's 5,587 Hchools, over 1,50 areo colored. HOT SiuNoH, AiK., will 1)0 lighted b 'lectric light. lrrrr, 11o0K Aux., is bo1 to have io ploef" ic light. I 1om5:, GA., with her stluurbs h1a I poputlatiol of 9,000. COtN, sugar, cotton and rice crops o Louisiana aeall fil doing well. Tii.: gtnuine almly' worm ha 11111(1o it: np9'earnce in 1111le c,unity, A{,1. At\tt( )aat+or inl Atlanta riun b y Wo tiute1 is doilg a flourishing business. ONl: int n in 1,( tis county, Ky., hau gathercd .,00I) p(:unds of giusing thi NAu,r at millieI t acres of huid in Lou iHi,ana hal-ve 1bect shl recently to a Kan Hts spculallto...

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. — 12 July 1883

THt4; 8tiNTNEL, D. F BRADLEY,Editor nt -g PICKKNS C. i..S. C.; fi THUISDAY, JULY 12, 1883. a 1or subsc'iption, $1.50 per ennum forsix a onlhs, 75 rents: strictly in uren-e Adve tirinents inserted al one lvile per luar: of oneiuch or le,n' forthr frst inwrtion nl .fifty ce'nt. for rarh sulerttIi' t tnsrrion. ,i>cral liscount nl,edr to mrelants ad others rlrrtising for si: m<trh or by th-e year. (lotuory Notiers anel 'T'ribnes of Respect ,tiryelforr ad <ee'rtisemennts .tlniokncig,u Cendidaecs jive dollars in att- r Where Some Others Ought to Go. .oeph T'r. Uwitn Jr. iate chief delitty United States \larshal for the Eiastern Dis Iriet of Arkansas at Little Rock, has been c mnvicted of forgery niud pre-senting faleI ficticion and frutdulent necotunts, and sen tenced I) live yertvt- iniprisoitmieit i ihe l'enitenniary at htardl lhot" and to pa,) a fine of $1 000. o ie Cotton Plant We hav<c - :ived the fir.,;t number of the nhove journal, publishied at Marttiont, S. C., by W. ...

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