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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 September 1883

1)N.VU''E!) TO Pi,ITrC , 14RA1,I1Y, 1-;1UCA'IIU1 AN!) TO TI~E GENERtAL INFERE$r OF' Tay, COUITHY. By~~~~~ D. F.BALY&CIKN, S. (, THlURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 188g.. VOL XII. NO52 'r TO FACE WITH DEA,iT. I nreaq to Etld Their Lives 1* iGloat Vatsiroaheei tihung is more ourious than the fact lyjiug s one of a crowd, seems to lhore terrible to a7'iAAn than simply his own individual -death. Un onably there sooms to be no kind ath more dreaded by men than r death ' her from sudden oatastrophies 4:like% uat of the ]Ring Theat-ro at Vienna and that of the Olyde, for in 6 abOO-r from pestilence. No doubt !ACt pevfectly true that death cannot uo 'bared in the same sonse in whiclh a aril or -a pleasure can be shared; you vhmot, in all probability, bo colsciou:. the strengthl of companionship after '_begins to flicker low, nor are there L 6ve one or two people in tho world ith whom most men would covet the pnse of companionship in such a mo aont as that of death. Still it is somec What curious ...

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. — 20 September 1883

Ooc f} t sX "p e h at ,(nty The aeo' .ha pvVs' a b.-en oommentS*g bn Colonel L. jee ' m z s; at NrIet'-Tix, and we !, 41a1 and1 #h#ne'atr ek 't1"ttts 'r - wns.hem . propin. Ion, ,, r ' Is trxactly right. on .hr qs'iirton. che Public ve di" }:JreOt nplbMttln to the rIraay. It 4tb it oentrali. d0 f1dost or colThiunilm- The ly Sth+aof b'tth Carolina bi1 V' i4' th1e annual foolish nealy lhniita miliion dollars shot.... I' ,h"dbhe-d. While we have '.o doubt that a great many persons are t: ul' and sincerely atxions to augment. and con tinue this appropriation, we think it Wotld be a s! 'W mockery, if it was asserted that nlV. a .s ins of the white (ai-payers of t) -re anxious to conlinur the an' of a quarter of a tillioit elcat iolt. If we are not " --ie'i ndieil to the E'Con. 'ng an annual levy 01 -das passed by the , AisIy with a view of We think it is A Tac. Pd. that our l+r'oplo, . 'r the educatlol of it. enpd the children ( ! Old mtt bellum pla, ble and aroper plan. al respectable b...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 September 1883

r 1 m"~ !21 uII be _). O D T 'JIf~ OI IIy IU VI N AI TO Till UREN1lAL INTEREST OF THEI COUNrltY, By D, F. BRADLEY & Coq I'ICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1883.. __ VOL. X II I. NO.1 GENERAL NEW The 'total voting population of Vir t# is estimated at 284,000. Of thisnn 128,000 are colored voters. Tir Mississippi river has 10,571 mi . navigable to steamboats, and 20, miles navigable to barges. Tan Texas pecan crop promises to a very heavy 9ne. The burdoned tr are bendiog under !the weight of h grown nuts. A NATIONAL bank has just been ganized at Anniston, Alabama, with capital of 0100,000, D. D. Parker i L elected president. IT is supposed that the building the Lady Ensly Mining and ;Manufi turing Company will be located at Ri slville Ala. The Alproka'(Fla.) canal is being ma twenty three :eet wide and seven fe deep. It is tlV>)i it will have to 1 further enlarfged to seventy-five feet width. TIE dried fruit trade of Statesville, I C., reaches annually into hundreds thous...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 September 1883

r r '4L D. $1 RADL .Edito"r NCI "e lee f., . C.: TEUEEPAY,! ' 3!2'. 27, IF"3. " ) 'Ab?n; 8loWer school house i 'Pt1t bt iottft one mile Northeat of Si 1ULb W1du1 tain. It is surrouinded by an in -dnbti.ukus aitd prosperone population. t'htil fIulfs'aie yleding theml handsofh. sltf':orts Po1n1 of I' l'im htaving 'now 'orn t+nig''I o Iitt yeur'es proittction to Nktten their mei for-next year They are ireginn-irrg to sot largely of r;mnll grain, which i t'lritrk, will provc to be a ,tep in the rigirt direction Severn] o the citizens have recently er(:ct eel com'for,nblo dwet ixgs, nuni there seensr I( be at Fpirit of inprovement rnng very nearly the entire popitiolloil, and while ad vancing in -h,, i ni"t.as Ihey have nIo toverlock"R Vlt 'ipTortnnce of edueatint} their children. Flowor school house wai erocted Inst. winter. ani Ia c,hool of M) weis aduitrat iin was 'innghlt there in th< 'pting ty Miss bdge. of Abbeville. 'It -prtrits ut the sliUol solicitel your corres p+ondenl to '...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 September 1883

M:t .)es iEh .d died n i h p initt,ion of Mr. . 13er1y weet ho I~foro la st. S Re'. I ;. 'hild will havechfirg of tilh r : dopartmunt bt th, ST'.I. . r ig th sbasenoo'bf th 'odito" Tw' l i' k" of cottbn-hnbn boei "lont t i ir, oli ;o'tfANO y lfofanta: tini 'of ir. . t. Rtiud-,'n tho utp portin Ii A.' tr$n county, whil are, by 1:1, .tlO bust wo hatvo cei this F -.t 'ne oullt tilld one hun, dred n' Ly,two bollt+, ami ti .othei - ,,d,rd and 8ixiy odd. T1It rvilontly mnort raint it tbat h,ohuud .hanl oiuwhbor, .Williman rocentl toun '. coin, on the groumbc: ' abittiona1ry fort, 11on1 Six u : 1 :tanin, in this County, at ''he letters and ig ttrt t o"t rn t ff, but by the aid tlyin;g glass th,"date (uatln ' :: it,illctly ent.ughi't to be m:tl'. I, in plrobabl.y itn 'old S1I' and is abot!,'ttu tic Ufa f pioco. t gtl:lton, Roltir. time wrgo I.; ' '" ulntl'liiIt wl'tell drlllk lug llhiell Mii'l ll to lodge ill his It t ained thu fol INee.. ks, mid 11o bcase ('II . ili weightL. llu fillttlly ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 September 1883

MEADOW OP GOLD. b Meadows of gold Boilling and reeling a-west l Ye clasp and hold The milk of the world in your breast. Ye are the nurses who clutch y The ladies of life, and touch 8 The lips that famish and burn, Tn agony cruel and stern. Meadows of gold Reaching and running away I Shod with the mould, And crowned with the light of the day. Ye are the chemists of earth, n The wizards who waken to birth; g The violets blue, and buttercups, too, Under the dark an'd the dew. ft Meadows of gold- d Winding and wending along Fair to behold, A And merry and mellow with song. Ye are the poets whose chimes Are rang by the reapers, whose rhymes Are written in windrows of grass, By musical sickles that pass. Meadows of gold Laughing and leaping afar I Fast in your fold, Forever tho beautiful are. Ye are the Hebes who dip. C And lift from the loam tr the lip The nectar, whose piethorio flood Is tinted and turned into blood. J. N. Marrnsws. "It is My Heart." THU sIBGOUASTEn's ADOPTED SON. l The...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 October 1883

DEVOIED TO .[ OLITICS, IIRAI,II Y FDUCA1IU. ASlI) TO laINTEREST or THE COUNTRY. By D. F. BRADLLY & CO, PICKENS, S. C., TIURSDAY OCTOBER 4 1883.. VO , TH RSD Y, CTOER ,183. OL,"XIII.N G]NER AL NEWS. Tun new cotton factory at Birmingham wi 1 cover over four acres, oos" 5i0,000 and employ 500 operatives. The 'number. oif patenrts4.wthleh?.fof nonpayment of the final fees was 2,056; the number of pate-ta expired was 7,471. The recoipts from all sources was $1, 095,884; expenditures including printing $577,628, surplus, $518,255. Increase in the receipts over 1882, 8155,020 The ratt Coal and Coke Company, of Alabamlay h a1 pg ut ,ton niinug ma chiues and havo tlueml cutting coal in the shaft. They will cut about 100 tons per day. The number of caveats flied was 2, 588; the number of patents granted, in eluding reissu' a and designs, 21,185; the number of trade marks registered was 83 the number of labels registered was 618; total 22,68g. ARKANsAs Democrat: There will he a a considera...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 October 1883

TW SENTINEL. D F BRADLEY.Editor PWCKENS O..H., 4. 0.: UESDAT, OOTO3R. 4, 1083. "he bbeville .'eia and Banncr replies ia editorial artice on the subject of ed .tion, appearing in this journal a few ks ago, and calls for facts and figures. t editor is absent, but will doubtless re tud upon his return. In the mean time uld the Press and Banner coome- impa t we refer him to the Columbia Regiater f gure,. -. ---__ 'he Keowee Courier, one of our most tcome visitors, eomes to our sfnetum a weoi clothed in a new and tidy dress. e ?ouricr is now In its thirty fourth ar, having been- established at Old Pick s in 1840, by Wm. Trimrnier, Esq., and itod by Cols. J. W. Norris and E. M. ;ilh. It is a good paper, and while it has At none of its youthful vigor, it has at ined a matured judgment, that nge and porlence can alone give- May it prosper 1-d ever remain a living exponent of the otto that greets the eyes of its many aders on the first, page of this staunch urual. We are r.quested by Dr. Ear...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 October 1883

Aomo of the woath is oap M ( will havo a Tr4i What i, is your opinion? hIavo you DQyed y'! ul tman1ll oti no%de: o :r "oon :a1s The persimmon ; prII)Jse to 4 be an abuant ofne. No I,n r uf ia uor no Qiteper rw l r g. i Our city fathorm are tusy eev eral days last wook ii :a'ng our atroet. in order. a Our young trkend .uud popular merchant W, T. M Fuli, hias broken yround for the erectiin of a brick ware houso, immeiiato;v in) roar of I h it st,ore. We mentioned hw okthe fine cotton grown by M%N !cuseoll of i Easley. Througl, n > it was it should ha ve be" t ' - . M . .tus% soll. Three month 1' 't' 1' Christ mias will b, ho: an coin mttenuo ftirming x Ybar res -4lutioins now. The now pas >s of fare on tho railro-td. .to into ot- t., ftct. You can .-i over tho I C. & G: R. It fa por mile. . One thous - in gold t weighs lour p1- b i8 Why t) i maitny newspal rle round. Sshioulderud. "Ma, whati ikod a little boy the other . 'ky, Iny duut" b do you sisk?" I asked sis- i ter whia...

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

SA Old F'k bermar's oer 'Yo f fo y!Pij oodder are Glo ~ m OlInqulaema' Yera Ottin' aout 0' beit;; s 6- pot"itw Har ay-that's on the eo*e Newfouni land-and I eo -utie, for 'it' et wifg east'ard and,. bane4 for a e o' three days. A ttr end c that t . we ot the water but''n the dory, and e and my mate Lon Tom etree, pulled in for a little coy to I'ar where it was smooth water an good 1.udin'. In we 3went a hoopin when jest as we was goin' throngh th gut o' the cove, it kind o' shoaled likt and we come to with a rush, and we wa broadside onter the worst lookin' croetu yer over see or heard on. "First I thought it was a spider; it arms was a-ftyin' in the air over us, an some a-hangiu' on tew the boatl and th creotur seemed actual a-tryin to com aboard. Ye see, it had grounded on th shoal and we'd plumped right intow it and I'm a master hand at sight-secin but I was took all aback, and the first knew one of its arms was around the o1 Vhish I came another, takin' Long Tot around 'the boot...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 October 1883

DEVOTED TO FOLITIC', RORALI1Y, EDUCITION AND TO T".'E OENERIL INTEREMr OF THE COUNTItY, By D. F. BRADLEY & 00. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11.18 vn n TIl ONLY i1l1itIVn1t'rs MTOKLY OF TUlE FA3M4SUP FEAT. Why s t mt,cjrr wait Sla o- and Slow st"N Mallasged to go Tbsr.ar;. The story of the tamous passage of the Maud of the Mist, istold by Dewitt C. Mo Murtry, the only one cf her passengers on that occasion now living. The old man's story r as follows! "I think it was in 1851 that James W. Bnobanan, of Toronto, Can. went to live F1usensIrdeo. ']he orignal ttJnt . Istbaet Boe. , whNls tho6ght tit It would be a good idea to build a new one, better than the other and more durable. She was 150x16 feet over all. Buchanan's money held out only until the tine came to place the engines and boiler in the boat. Hii t plans were too expensive. Captain Joel Robinson, who was to command the boat, remonstrated ,against - using old maohinery bocausa it was not powerful enough. :Mr. B3xio1an...

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. — 11 October 1883

i '' BRADLEY.SdItor 'ICKENS 0. H.,S. C.: T AY, OCTOBER. U, 1883. The Internal Revenue Laws. oftt issue of the 80th Augnst, last, we the position that the Internal Revenue "7rould be abolished nn gave. briefly, easons therefor. The Newt and Cour Ath its usual fnroo and vigar, Colobat 'osition, andt takes the position that the I of the Internal Revenue laws would isarially incre.4se the duties on inporl ticles. This is ia falre premise. If the itivornmeit wts stripped of the tax on co and whiskey she would then be .ident on t/oreign importalions and would to fix such a tariff as would bring in n goods to pay the tat iff. This would tl such an adjust ment of the .tariff as e away the protcotiou featires of tie it laws, which we all oppos and comt so bitterly of. the Nsws and Courier says: ''esides it of Interttal Rvvenue t-xes in South na is very stmt,al." - ggregale recepts 2. $l19.100." These were simply ;ate receipts for licenso, stamps &o, the News and Cow-ipr itself says "the ...

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. — 11 October 1883

4"I 4' T villo FarI Isin full blaa6 Uils woek. ir... j$Whorto* 1400t hIsn o lagt w " fourc'efy l' truin hio 'lar ' toy soon t,b1 our. -" , ' we dirop ton in o the change , .he atv, oI..,t frP ennhn & rc".Iandt ra~tt dl rr 'oirreon io. 'lPi " t eesvill*,gg1ve ehts gg h rm da Yn a gin an.irvinAenciricke place, on A et inst,an T1111o annual oamptneeting at the '1'w vo Mile (t+mp Ground coin. 1 ruonobd on last 1'ridi}y oyoning anhd 4u,ntinod rintil Wodnosday morn ' ng last. Theo Was quito a largo crowd in attendance on sunday, and good order prevailed. We intended to write up our trip ,) L,b.oulevillo 1xposition, visit to t Ilo lttmlnutlh Cave &N, but spiu(o 'does, not rmit in this- Issue. W.. will, porlitps, have something toa) bout it i our next issuo. ''iho account of the Sahuda Mui 'dl Association and of the exoroire" lislwZohary's school are crowd - t of this issuo, Thoy will ulr f (r. M - J ones, aged fl yars t t.,ytStion oil : th 21,c Mr. J ,o-1 moyod to Ea ,~ lou ,r ; 4t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 October 1883

TEEMTItONE UFE. PUCTUtR%E OF POVKItTY AND DEtItA. DATON IN CROWIDED DINTICTll. What a VIht %la the Abodes ef the Peer and Detitute Reveaed to un laspectr. [From the New York World.] The sun was streaming down in all its wrath as a reporter and an officer of the Sanitary Squad picked their way amon the children and refuse-barrels whic obstructed the sidewalks in Mulberry street. The cool breeze which made life tolerable in other parts of the city was wanting there. The heat radiated from the uneven flagstones and noisome smells rose from stagnant pools. On either side of the street towered the high brick walls of the tenements within wich resided countless thousands of the city's poor, whose number defy the census-taker. Passing down Mulberry street, where it was evidently market-day, the side walks and roadway were thronged with bare-footed women and children scantily and shabbily clad, who jostled each other in their eagerness to get near the ;'arious wagons and stands of hucksters...

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. — 18 October 1883

- >r y,I8 I)EVOTED TO POLITICS, MOItAL11Y, EDUCST10Y AND TO THE G~ENERAL INFERRESr OF TI1' COUNTItT; By D. F. BRADLEY & 00, PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1883.. VOL XIII. NO.4 - BICIEIOfD &A1ILLE R. R. Passenger Department. On and after Sept. 16th, 1883, Pais enger Train service on the A & C. Air Line Division will be as follows: NORTHWARD. Express. Mail. No. 51 No. 53 Daily. Daily. Lv Atlanta... .......2 55pm 4 20am Ar Gainesville ...... 5 05 " 6 23 " " Lula.........A.. 5 84 " 6 50" " Rabu.Gap JnB.. 6 (7 " 7 34 " Toccoa.......C.. 6 47 " 8 11 " " Seneca .....D.. 8 20 " 9 24 Greenville... E.. 10 15 " 11 10 SSpartanburg..F.. i 34 " 12 25pm " Gstonia ..... G.. 1 49am 2 30) " " Charlotte ....11 .1 2 5) " 3 40 " SOUTHWARD. Exprers Mail. No. 51 No. 52 Daily. Daily. Lv Charlotte........ 1 30am 1 41pm Ar Gastonia ......... 2 25 " 2 38 " Spartanburg .... 4 30 " 4 30 " Greenville ....... 5 48 " 5 38 "Seneca........... 7 47 " 7 15 " Tocoa ...... 7"843 ' " Rabun Gap Junct...

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. — 18 October 1883

{ D" F BD,AUZlixdbor PICKENS Q. t$%. C.: T SURSDAY. u 18, 1883 'The .9 ;,xpotsitiou" We did intend to write a full account of our tilp to the Lotusville Exposition; giv ing a description of what we saw tierR, the aountry thrcugh which we passed, the rtammoth Cave, &o., but other matters have crowded our columns so much t t4 we have not had space, amd must now content our telf with only a short article on the subject. We left Easley Station on Friday morning, 2lst tilt.) at 6 30 o'clock, A. M. and arrived in Louisville on the morning following at 7 50 A. M. We were detained in Atlanta one hour, and the time jin which we made the trip was about 24 hours. The distance is about. 6t50 miles, and the rate of speed inade was about 2.11 miles per hIou'. 'his is slow time compated with that made by some of the Northern railroads, but is pret lv good for a Southern line. In this State, Gcorgia and a portion of TenneSee, the crop prospont is inileed gloomy. Occasionally we passel t hrough ...

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. — 18 October 1883

Road dt, :i faoti8emnont of J. IL Morgaul & 1,1. We a:lI , r1on to the' imango of i' U. M:-h ..! & Co's advet tiso lnont iln ai' 'd)ct ; oluimn. MaIn , {l (.itizons wont to tho Gr ni E .. i'- laat week. They all speak of it i61 ,lh,wing t( rms. In a i <.ntest betwoon the natles aim :.,th,": of the I'edlmont .Iullitut- . the 'ICuoa'woro detented, t,bo first rn' ' 1thtoo wordP. Capt. 1'a k, ' iol Engineer of.the C. C. G. ( R. haS teon choson mtllpervisir :".,or of tho GJroon villo auni (,,5,.,"nI Railroad. Ti he I t.Captaifn t'ul 1,1t ina his posit,ion on uar road. M r. ( , Gouisett, Ron of P!Ilne >>tc, of this Coutnty, 1 died at net of his father last we. t t . cnt t coat this plare I i,mg, and by his gent,.em.;,! , Im ont tnam1 natny n I riontil+ I ~ : "ing to school at, l0L.mmvji 1 ,,aken s-ek. We o axtelld (' lies to tho boroft, fanimly. t iiromln7ttn. r'o villo i r o .H uggie(l. 'T i., aly tio latrgcst 1.Lock O ltil 1',u-aVugolms, 1)oot:, Sath tnd1 tIe laiuco. IL...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 October 1883

THE W)OW'S RIlTs * A Romanti Story of Polltices, ifbve, tar. Miare, Divorce, und a Lawsu:c, Judge McCollum, sittMh for Judge Seely in the District' Od of Wayne 00., Pa., has given an opi on IIla case which has created more than unual in. terest to the community owing to the peculiar and romantio circumstta:ces which preceded it auled to its presence in the courts, It a story in whih politics, disappo 'e i ' love, marria e, and divorce are gely mingled. Honesdale was the county seat < f Wayne county in 1843, at which time a frame Court-houso was erected. This building was fully adequate to the needs of the county at the time, but as popa.. lation and buiness increased the lawyers and judges claimed that there was need of a larger and better one. Every movement on the part of the authorities to have a new Court-house erected was opposed by the peopleatlarge, the popu lation of the county being chiefly edn posed of farmers. Finally a Grand Jury was drawn which recommended the buildi...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 October 1883

-- V TE TO2 3 -L TI W -MORA1,1Y FDUC 17' N YAND) TO TPIE GENE f&AL INTEREST OF T lE; C UUN11IY , yF . BRADLEY- p00.OQ PITC K VN, S, C. TURSDAY OCTFOBE R , 2.88I.3N., -nl -D -, I1' eSsngtet Department. On and efter Sept..16th, 1888, Pao eager Trai service on the A. & 0. Air Line. DIvison will be as follows: NORTHWARP.. Lpri~ il. No. 51 No. 53 Daily. Daily. Lv Atlanta......... 2 55pm 4 20an Ar Gainesville ...... 0 5 " 6 23 " Lula..... ..A.. 6 84 't 650 " " RsbunGap JnB.. 6 07 " 7 84 " Toccoa...;.'.... 6 47w' 8 11" " &deca .......D.. 8 20 " 9 24" ".Greenville... E.. 10 15 " 11 10" "Spartanburg. ..F.. 11 34 " 12 25pu " Gastonia .....G.. 1 49am 2 80 " Cbarlotto .IH. d d'6 V " 3340t" SOUTHWARD. Express Mail. .No. 50 No. 52 Daily. Daily Lv Charlotte........ 18am 1 4 pm Ar Gastonia ........ 225 " 238 " " Ppartanburg. 4 39 " 4 30 " Greenville ......5 48 " 5 38 " Seneca...........747 715 "Tocoa ...........917" S43c " Rabun Gap Junct. 10 00 " 9 27 * Luls............10 33 ''10 05 "U...

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. — 25 October 1883

D- ' BRADL Y.Eiitor 1 XC Nf 0. Hi.8 C. Aa S Y. OOTOU.ylb. 1883. : ernti > .. ti ats the Opin of the S4tianl A1?out Oommis sioner $amettt From the Greenville News. I hsh,poeioed for some time the contro" uar$y between a correspondent of the New. end CwNr.r and C- P. Barrett, of -ickens. liaire also read with pleasure the comments of The Daily News on the sulject. But I an surprised at "our 8ssTtIsL" remaining so quiet while all of this was going on. In this weeks's issue I see it gives all the correspontfence but occupies neutral ground, 1 am a friend to the RSNT.N5Lt, and well d< I know it is ever reany to condemn the guilty and defend the noble and just. There is no paper in (the Rtate in a position to iinow there of the ofiicitl conduct of the lr..v in question than the SETIN:i,. Thet why has it not cone to fhe front, and brought him out I, his true colors? Tbere must be a "screw loose" somewliere which has cest. the (lovernnient a good sum of money. If Mr. B,trreit is corre...

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