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

t A 0 A.L ITElMk 1r ani MI. W.14 McCallsill and 11c. h r ' .1tor, Hiss Mario, are visi t'. i n M a os in G3ooigia. iIJ.B Gordon has resigned kb,nn ony of tho Georgia Pu M" 1,13I1ollingsworth of this ; i.'unted at the Weslvan Fe - ''i. uto, Staunton Va, fast " t' I 14.,l has3 returned to her ' (\o applionnts for certifi C " I .fliioations to teach in the * ols of this County appt"-ear. -4 tho County board of ox tc Iaot Friday and Satur Bonnie lagood, son of t' Ila.oo1, Y'oOo,tly ra the Chateston liigh :(td is 'now amongst his Pickons for the summer. rry, alias Perry Celey, a is convicte(I of the nur r -y A ndersoun, also colored, le last weoot, nhd sen be h.ung on Friday, the f August next. sly moro effoctually de. explts worms from the hatn Shriner'$ Indiants Vor ' t is, without doubt,, the . in the market. . Greenville dont forgot to ,o I riend Howenl, at Braf timoro Clothoint Hlouse, it sty.ish goods at buttom n I. IIolbngsworth, who medical couoo i at Lotuis 4Inow at hcome, but h...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 July 1883

" CALM IS TIBE NIGHT." Cahm is the night, and the city is sleeping Onco in this house dwelt a lady fair, Long, long ago, sh left it, weeping; But still the ol houro is standing there. louder a mnan at tiho hicavena is staring, Wrin;diug his hands as in sorr"owful ease; UP turns to the mou)onlight, hiw eolntenanee b.lring 0. heaven ! ho shows mn my own sad face I shndowy form with my own agreeing! Why mockest thou thus. in tho moonlight cold, The sorrows which here once "cxe1 my being, 3Many a night in the days of old ? 11Enar ileNr.. Peek's Had Boy. 'Pa went to the theatro the other nlight,' said the had boy. "I don't thmik it is right for it manui to go to the tleatres andcl x(,t take his little boy. So, my chum and me toneluded to burgle pa. We agreed to lay on the stairs, and when he callle up1) il, clhlut was to hit, him on the head with a dried bladder, and I was to stab him on the breast pocket with a tiek aid 1break the lini iaent lottle whiich le had in his picket and iake h...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 July 1883

DEYQ1E To t'I,IC,i , MQORALITY, EI)UVV 'IIf) AN) TO T'.E (IENE -1, I I (EE O I 11F ' Q( 'I'EY, D. F. BADLEY & 0 pIC NC URSDAY, .UIY 1), 180, VOL2. XII. NO 3 GENERAL NE WS. PIrE county, Alaln na, has bought no corn this y'ear, and the furmers are in botter cr1ndition than for soveral years I large Loat car 1ucvj 01 y now hein.; built at Dovall's Bluff, Ark., will be com11 pleted in I short time. It will work 300 non. Tu hydrophobia is raging anong the tenttlo at Crystal Springs, Miss., t4) such an extent that the citizens have quit eat ing beef, ind the markets have closed in consequence. 'Is said tlit thero are ,1 ,O00 bunslels of corn in the wvester; Z)-Mt of Greene wcouty, Ala., which, the farners hav,'. 1o -ise for and ealnvut (lisp)ose of. ONE orant e grower .n Alachau eoullty, Fla., has netted about $10,000 on leeinu hers this se fK()n. He is now ninrketintg the crop t)f tomalitoe;s oil of 13(1 ir ;es, T'.tE eattle thlat wore shipped"( fromu iieorgila rcently are dying <...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 July 1883

D, F BItADLl$,11lt4or P'ICKEN 0". 'L .6.QC.: THURMDIT, MLY 10, 180. 1 or s,arrip/ion, ,1 OO per annunm for.si tnnth., 15 rents: .,fricii in odrane A.d(e ti.rments lteritet a1 one dollar r-r Rgnh"t " or'n , inch or l..r ir/hr first in.srrltn and fifty rent." for rarh .u x 'tr ion. 1 irral ti..nrtnt mINR7r to nrc/ii.e,:'/:. o/her* -4.rrtir.,Pfora+ir months or ,/ the /cyear. (}hlnurtf Notirce and Tributes of Respect t3'i rgetd.' as aa,1,er/i.emrnltx .,iP ijv mtidaksf*.ie iollars in ad In*i (' titble end Rane all. 7'ongressmann ntnel 1)ibble from111 lihe ftist Ilistrict of Ithis State is jtst now recciv itig a gool deal of attention from lthe press n.t thle Statne heco ue It t declarel his in. 4enon to vo'e for S. J 1andlal for Speak ,(r of the next Hlouse. 'Mr. Dibble has pub iished it long letter int (lefen-e of his pro posed sn e t't f Mr. litnlil. The Nes and Courier is bringing the free trade lash down en Nitr. ltiblte to make him vote for irlisle. of ket(tneky, but Ir. 1)1l.ble is...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 July 1883

. CAL ITEMs thermomot(r stdbd att 98, a -!,co at 5 o'clock, P. M. on las \" ro,gr"att iod to learn thnt Col I;Iack, of Walhallh hii bter 61' locate at this place. W( ,I hili a hearty welcomo. 1. K. Kirksoy wi-l ;s( (yn'com t he erection of at two stor1 i +g housc on M,ino street .t li l)i'etbnt residence. 'ickont I progressiek. wheat crop of (his Counti - is flo w t'iTk Th'itafied -(h't i good as it was last year. Oat more than a hall Crop. 'N Wilson, wifo of William Wil 6 'lives in tl-. neighborhco view Church in thv 'uppel of Andorson county, dicm 1y on the morning of the 12t1 W o have not lea rned Li ed canse of her cioath. a1ll child of Mr. C. It Car. .'s, who lives in the C4o'rge'i A section oAf this Couity, w ,"t1eo iNrn, fell into a tub of' ho oil last Thursday andi was M( canlded that it, died on tIe -tog day. ' bee'n t hree weeks last Mon. y Ico 'e h11(y t'lhin in t.hi? see '1T Ihe high wi d(s which haLV( revailing have dried the Ian. P' tIhat tIhi di'6's aro begin" r wnffl...

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

A LOVE TIIO UGHT. Love, if Death prove but a dream, And wo seem Waking out of it, to grow, Dearer to each other far Than we are In this human life below. Will our spirits dimly yearn As they burn In Infinity on high, For each old familiar grace Of this place, Where wo lingered but to die? Will our souls remember well What befell On this moonlit night in Juno Nature t!woolling into bliss An,I a hiss That put Ie:rt-Lets into tune? El0oce Greeley. WHAT IIE TOLD JAME8 PAuTON ABOUT 1118sJEARLY IFE'i, [ have seldom hecn mor interesteil thtan inl learing Iiorace Greeley tell the stoly of his c(liilg to New Yo'rk in 1831, and gradually worlking his wNa into business there. damecs P1rt 1-onl w"rites : Hie was living, at the a?ge if twenty' Years, with1 his; parents in1 a' small log eahin in ia new clcaring of ' W%ester'n Pecnn isylv:i ia. ab1 tIt t wenttu miles from iEri'. 11is father, a Yankee by birth, liud rect'lyl" Ilnoved to that regiOnl and was trying to raiso sheep' ) tlhere, as he la...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 July 1883

IF, 01'I.D '4 ?-O,FnP, MORlALI Y, El1UClTI9N AND TO T'.'E NENER41, INTEREST OFT1lME C0UT1tY, By D. F. BRADLEY & 00, IICKENS, S. C., TIURSDAY, JULY 26, 1881; OL. XII. NO 4 GENERAL NEWS. AN oil well was struck near Parkere burg, West Virginia, Wednesday, which is punping at the rateo of 400 barrels of 28 degrees oil per day. There is considera blo exeitementt over the strike. A Kr. I.relt"; river man, who is no hu ter, I+alks of aband1Nin..; his place. 'T'lhe deer Lay wasic uis fied, the alligatolISand catatmouuts hike all his pigs and the coons and posstn decimlttle his poultry. A VEHsIEn from [Pensatcola disehaged a load of 1 hunber at Boston, and in shaking out toliH.Ii1H to depart, a huge water-moc "n+t lrought t11 the vaty from the Pen stcola docks, fell to the deck. ,loma.e T. W\'t,., FloIrida'H colored ox ('on gressm an11, 1on I':1-111ig in Alnchuta comunty, will rellii, ' Ibet%'ell $7,0(H) alnd1 $8,l)0t Ino ' from hi:, vo"getable crop this season. c' 1ng(stt hrtstb i'n the...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 July 1883

'TiE SENTIN EL. D. F 3RADLEY,Aditbr I HiURjAY'?, JULY 20, 1883. i'o w hej;>to'1., 1. 50 per annum .forsix rtonth., 75;i.ui striclr/, in (.trunce Aldie ti.erm<n.' tnserted al onr 11l,<r f,'r 4 ritar of oneuch or lrs.sfl.rthe lirst inlrion aIll'l ffys retiisx for r w .'/ l e'N n i ;crrrl liscontr' m.iah 1o n:rrchanu,rend others a ?'ertisin r V it"r ,nt~t ,.v er /hy th' /car. ()?,errr/ "Vo1i'. ant 7ril>utcs of licspect c .', t'ir r lor' t . <t':''l'-is, mn ts ;t,:r.:czi.' r clr,'at. f.i:' :.ull.rs in a<! 1l.d-Unnoil of 2 1 S. C Rifl Regihient 1'm-suat to a r"eF0ol1th.n1 ut a tilmou:ly' n,bup)Ied by the., sur% ivors of 1Ctmpany 1y a o f A la il h o t. n 1' t lwi e x i r 'sse l d e s ire .f n mftjority of lte etii;"ers inui mien it f tie 'd l1i1i1 Itegiltu t with wh1nlo I have cor. et on led, I hereby c:tll a re-union l the :-"rt ivors nl s neC,1 Ciy, on Wednesley, rthe 1' 1 of :\ulgust nt' t, it l(I o'clock A. NI ! uqe.t ll ho l i l v' trigiil rills of t<mlpanies to...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 July 1883

11s Lan'Y Cl\du of Elasloy is vi; i in: r 1_ lati v2si 1 Piokons. D)-. iiloy Nont to North Carolina 1. "1, tvt,)k on 4 visit to frieuds nour A. '0. WQinohostor has solnt 16 loe a vo ry fino boot grOwi . 1. C Durhanm has pro4on +. ' 1,itlf a muse of ve'ry nice tjW of ;, " ,of thd ytiu vai'Ie'y. !', aommiuniut'ion of "R."'' wt8 r too late to appear it this Jt will alplar in our Iext. I ll attenttion to the ebangu tiemont of E. W. Mlarshall }ih-convillo, S. U. Read what ! ve to may anu pr'(:tit thereby 1. S. AleCall, Sen(or from t ro (oN Ilty, mladeO this 'yeiar hushels of oat,s on 7 aires r o uhed 9 btshols of sued olts Ier," a now yoS'toffieo hafts lblishd at 1lagood's lill JCounty, with Mr. 1). 11. s Ptllaster. T M%1ethodist Quurterly ('on v"ri" held fit this p hlcu oil t1n11:y and Sunday. Iluv. nbe l, the Presidin' iEihler, Ion -bothl days. 'T'his wis Sert's first, visit Io this place r i :eolpiu gene'r1l1 1110 tiuch vil h himt. S atlontion to ho thelosin it 'oiAt, of IIIrennan1 1 ...

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. — 26 July 1883

THE OLD CLOOK. DY OUY OARIUWON. The old clock oroons on the enn-kissed wall Tick, tock I tick, took ! The merry second to minutes call; Tick, tock ! 'Tie mornl A maiden sits at the mirror there, aml smiles as sho braids her golden hair, Oh, in the light, but her face is fair ! Tick, tock ! tick, tockt l'ar over the sea the good ship brings I ho lover of whom the maiden sings; lion the orange tree the first leaf springs Tick, tock ! tick. tock ! The old clock laughs oi the Ilowcr-decked wall Tick, tch ! tick, tock ! The rose-winge<l hours chude their thrall 'Tick, .crk ! 'Tis noon The lover's pride anil his love are blest The mRidten is folded to his breast ; - On her brow t lie holy blossoins rest ; Tick, tock ! tick, tock Oh,thricc, thrice long may the sweet bells chimo, As e lbeing Ihis thro' future timel Still to ;ny heart beats that measured rhyme Tick, tock ! tick, tock I The oii clock moans on the crumbling wall Tick, toek ! tick, tock I Tlie drear years into eternity fall ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 2 August 1883

She khren reutiuL DETOTtD TO 'OLITICtI, MORALIiY, FDUCATION AND TO THE GENERt" L INTRHEST OF THE COUN1rY. By D. F. BRADLEY &0. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1883. VOL XII NO 46 -V G ENER A.L NEWS. BASSAFRAS root is on u boom in Win ston, Miss., where a mill has been star ted to grind it. WiLKES county, Ga, voted on the stock law Monday, and gave a majority of seventy for "no fence." IN the southorn part of Louisiana many plantations will yield this year one and a half hogsheado of sugar per acre. F'r-nwo etudents are registered at the colored National School at the Lin coln Academy, at Tallahasseo. VOL 1UILLEniEw, of 'Ientnesseo, has gone to Mexico to work the Polk mines. Ie says they are worth S3,000,000. IT is clatinied in1 Atlanta that Atl: h:' people own at least twenty silver mines in Mexico, sill believed to be very pro ductive. ''HE Lady Ensley mining and mani facturing compny have purcltsel 75, 000 aeits of ore;land in Franldin,Colbert and Marion counties, Ala. IT ...

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. — 2 August 1883

" F BRADLEY,' ditor PtiENS (. ii. S. C.: TIIURSDAt, AUGUST 2, 1M3C t'rr tjs mcrila'iftrl, $1.50 / r an atlrn n6ilf/hp, 75 ,'rIi; yfrici/ in ,r,r,uarr" A lt', (ti.u::Itts, (Inrl,lti trl 1.e /, l.:r ir - a it r: ofou ilr io r irs fs o,(hr he ir.: i e rOiri Stil rifly rer is for c(ir/I slri;:",'7, 1, in'rti'r . )..liral , is'rII,! :,?. - no re/l, t I'd o1 o tI a -'I t'erisi, i/ for li.t lrito,n!!. or lr/ Ihr rWir. (') riliel/ N"lr. an / Trti a o I 'r ,l , r cil;iri5ia'ris ii'z 1 c l-rji .o c itlet l 'erattiem tr i. il lt it n I t retitott i tt se-Ha. (ta dan' i ut I 1Th'' cboler"n is rl.'aing; feia r'lully iii E.: 'ii :;I 1 (letlhs uccurrel in 'ail,i rt'am the d caeo til'fipi 2 111thT 1 al li adhn; rapl ii-1 ,v ahi. hav noiio rd It itshe pr tot to cln_we ' tit,- tc't' of b liting the essilns of tilthe 1nile.' : t atc ('", trt fro i Greenville to Ip:nt'ilu r; fni t: .l- nllt l f-lle ic t:ial i c l tir o t att,luit 11,01edI tuown.! I 1,n larti'n't ' .I ('Iallia tl. a dli-1ipiv i h-1a ll ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 2 August 1883

S)CAL ITEMti4. I '. liley rettrrwld hom ItiaRt, week n a pllatant visit to friends in -'rth I(triilina. 'T" o rt>'wnr,hip Boards of Equali z.t woro in R's8iOin at the Audi tl+ 'ffl.O last Week. Io 11i:dio, Ron of Jndgei Durant b 'en quit.o low with Fever, but a) rutitifd to learn that he is I:'vling. h: mooting at the Methodist, h at this place was protraetod ooc, but thoro wore uo addi. ao the ohuroh. ' were pleaed to meet. Mr. T. I 'y of the Saluda Argua in " last week. oxercise of the Piedlmont In. I will coilm101eco on the first :Fdaty in So)>tomber, next. 1 rains 1lavO fallon in aome Is of the Uornty since our last )lit other sections aro till dr) Tfrring very tuch for the if rain. Q. Ilnumphreys is in townt first class picturo gallery oing good work. Call atId nI. hIdirect attrntion to the idver it.5 of TIhomals Wi-lb1,rn amid c W . 'I lo3Ir in Ihis issue, of'er !atblo liads for sale in this c A. II. i Oin also ofT'rs a scry )1e tutu dlesirabhio tr'act near' SiSttlion. J...

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 August 1883

ON THE CALIFORNIA HILLS. Aeroes the broad brown peaceful hills, With blossoms to our bronchos' knees, With singing birds by broken rills, We rodo through seas of drowsy bees. The ardor of my speech grow at ill As we rodo on that perfect tay. The brown birds piping from the bill ; The crickets had it their own way. Then we fell weary with the day. God's bars of gold across tho wbst Before us drew and made us stay Beside a blossomed rill and rest, The camp-fire blazed, the bronchos grazed, And belly-deep in bloomi and grass Would blink as by the bright tlame dazed, Or sniff to smell the panther pass. The massive stars of gold stood out, Bright camp-fires of poor, weary souls, Bound heavenrward. Whilo all about Couched peace, with white patrols. JOAQUIN MILLER. FORGE) TOGEITIER. A WILD TALE OF THE MUTUAT HATRED op TWO CONVIOTS. I am French by birth, and my name is Francois Thierry. I will not burden you with my early history ; but will begin by stating that I was sent to the galleys, 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. — 9 August 1883

flk ' T'E TO rOLITI(t 7 IoNALI Y, EDI)UC IIA)N ANDTO T"E UENELRAL INTEltE?I OF TilE UNH I Y By D P BRADLEY & Co. PICKENS, S,S- OL. X . NO 4. GiN .RAt 14EWS. AN Ohio capitalist wishes to start a rolling mill in Atlanta, Ga., and has been in correspondence with Mr. Nat. Haven, 'of that city, in regard to the matter. TttE cotton worm is reported in a ntnm 1 ber of places in Wilkinson county, Miss, and it is fenred will do the crop much damage. THmE inspector ht New York siozed 30,000 wateri'lons, shipped from Savan nah. Thy fruit was said to be rotten and ur;iit for use. T iml Coalburg Coal and Laku Compa ity, of Alalbaia, own 1.,000 acres coal lands. The company has alread, l(tt operations, aiid is getting out :i00 tons of coal a day, and will inerease the out plt as fast as polsile. 'Trll nilitary telegraph lines have been sold at Sau Antonio. Seven hundred and thirty-five miles of line were sold, realizing a tital amount of $71,44,50. The Erie Telephone Company was the principal...

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. — 9 August 1883

D. F .BRADL$ E'. itor PICKENS C. E. S C.: 11ur DA?, AUGUST ,183. 4~r eu',Cripltionr, 1.50 per annen for ix roths75 "ee(x: ," i' 1/in ane"""c I AIdne (iii m,nlx h,serrl al one (Ioiar l, r ah ';r of 'ne ivc1 or r ln;fu'. . --I inr - ar !ji I'/ re-nls !r nar hi -tio'.ginr); , nr: r'ion. ral )i e..tu' r.,'N " to n,; i r ' <onl otherN t .lerrlising (,.. si'-,im t!t Isor 1,;, .h'/0.7r ()Mitore!;r, Ttr 0 Ir;lnilrs o/ Ncevlrrcj cher: , tLr as i, r;r.crnt f . ~n< rrein., '-, l! !. WIrr-lir< Jl<r' in ad Uritcd States Court House. c,r .,s '-'lo of the e,'s".t flif coUYrer, fr.l. partat: . . is t i: g to gel up 11 b,ulolm for !aItai for the in itied lates ('Iurt Ile1:-t. Outr (itenville neiglhbor v.,ry r!n-l:ly \ies aa:in"t his move. nd w.: our-eh ers h,tieve 11h:t GI-cenville of'ers mor.' n11y"ottages 1nn1 hetter f:lcililies for I 1,r! lleunse. and pIeople hnving hus.iness in the ( l.rt, ti in -ir Inthui'g can lo si 1,y otrer. United States War hal. A. 'lte'. -'1, lhie United Slate...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 August 1883

I A )CA L ITEM. M r. 8eth Pool killed near this 'I (e , m last Sundiy, h'ruttlo snako thl:11 hI, eight rattles Itnd 1* tmtton, tun1i m1.:;asured four toot in lougth. lh i1 moans sow a la1ge aroa of your hid in oats this yeiui. It, is tn,: 4 t he most important and prol uta.5 rops to every farimer. Iv. j. P. 11. llivlt;h,Kistod by M"yr.+ Brown and Child, had a !re : days meeting ii, Pdrtors's 'n1i.,, embracing tho Aft:h Sunday S lastt. Much intorest wais ted and the meeting resulted .".0eSsions to the church. oh ? ! The boys are getting 1 vful hard bum ps at the skat. " k. To suo them lanrning re, ')IOe of pigs 'play ing. No im. . earn that bno of our town v .:tno 'very noar being drowted tet 's mill ptotid on Wadnosday ;o with soveral others, was iug and From111 soni 'cause ho utt and suddenly 'ahk. lie a 'Aniider~once and was slikiing : -fid Litmo when some of his rio.s resced him. lphi-ov is still in town with rlery. till who wish work in w.. will do woll to comllo oonl ill not, r...

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. — 9 August 1883

NEGRO CORN-SHUCKING. Oane, grab up a rail an' fling it 'orosa do corn, Sing or jurangi, ho; Zor mus' beat do udder squad jus' as shore's yer born, Sing or jurangi, ho; Do Guinea nigger shucks liko skinnin' a squr'l, Sing or jurangi, ho; Keeps do corn in do air in a reg'lar whirl, Sing or jurangi, ho; An' or rak dem shucks back, P.oun' up to corn, Put do nubbins in do food sack Doan' yer hoar my horn? Watch do yaller nigger, fur he's gwino fur to cheat, Bing or jurangi, ho; Bo's got a lot ob corn dar, un'er his foot, Stng or jurangi, ho; We's diggin' like a hon or scratchin' fordo bug Sing or jurangi, ho; I'so got a red year, come, gimme dat jug, Sing or jurangi, ho; An' or dar, we's boun' boat yor. Put up do pen, Thought we couldn't meet yor Foolin' wid men. --Arkansaw Traveler. The Two Marthens. Exact similarity of names between t wo individuals who are not related in any way is generally cause for considerable amnsement to those who know of it, but Anson Marthen, civil engineer an...

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 August 1883

Cl 51w rutr 1) VO1El) TO 1'OLITIt, XORAIIY, FDUC '1I N AND TO 'I'JE UENEl&l, INTERCEST OF TilE COUNl. Y. By D. F. BRADLEY & 00. PICKENS, S. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1 8. I,,3S VOi. XII. NO THE o apge eCrg of .Volusia .4nevwt) Fla., is estimated at $200,000. TusRs are no less than 303 localities i: North Carolina where geld is found. HUNI)RDS of bushels of tomatoes ar 'thro;wn away in Florida evary season. Tus vegetables of Brooks county, Ga. have yielded a net revenue of $100,00( this season. TuirrEN thoussud pounds'of red pep per were re.eived at Laredo, Tex., .a fep Vyu ago rom Mexico. Tim building, of the observatory fo3 the great McCormick telescope at th University of Virginia was begun Ias week. Tim, grading is finished on the Yazo< stud Mississippi valley railroad and thir teen miles of track have been laid on thn Jackson end of the line. MINERAL lands are selling in the east "ern par! of Marion county, Ala., at $1 per acre. Tim contract for building the Army and navy h...

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 August 1883

THSE SENTINEL. D. B BRADLBY,Editot PtCKENS 0, I. , S. C.: TRUR$DAY, AUGUST 10, 18C3. ".EL1B-4 Jor atbacrip*tn, *1.50 por atn.n for eir months,' 15 ents; striclt/ in drIraner Adve ti.s,imente inserted at one do111fr per $ quare of one inch or tess for the frst Insertion ad ulFafly cents for rach stbsInrruent inasertion. L,iberal.lioerunf Mrt'fr In merchants and others advertising for six mnonths or h,, the /ear. Obtuary Notices and Tributes of Rcs.pret e hargrdfor as aderrtise,ents Announcing Cendidateefiee dlars in aet anre Greenville County Pair. The eleventh annual County Faair of Grrnville will opeh to the public on the .th iny of October, 1883, and continue four days. Liberal premiums have been offeted for the products of the field, stock, dairy, &o. -4600 Survivors Meeting. The survivors of Con:pnny K. Ilampton Legion, are requested to meet at Greenville, soith ('arolina, on Saturday, the 1st day of September next. J." II. lltWENr. Greenville and Anderson papers p!ease copy...

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