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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 October 1883

A goo ; at ths plaos last unday N k, TIhe edtin 1i about all out and a got.f O1i.U o'f It sold. Tiiro OYt be coosdfatbl pt'oper yS tto ld I= ,jm'i't1 , . Ve d a t w *1 Thmost oun mtn Ittw w ho y wSMeI9N ag Plckenwa,ypetgq a w/o had. t>luotenion .W tttr popnrtis Yom' ftj, tsad ' the by :\imtt'0tors n'' I1ua of I :fIyt 44f.. 3xamine them. M W illoam Cronshaw, an old and uem 14,eititisen, dledof dropsy at 1 # b in t,ho odar Crock section th unty, last Sunday night. 1'1. nno Companies have treat ic ,,mers of this County oon.. ly. Not a single word over heard In reply to - lotful appeal. + aypsu.-The time for dfi of taxes In this Conn on extended to tho 81st About eleven hundrod n ' (some of thom largo tax d failed to pay wbon the by law expired on last >. *i toTeague fihmily in Uireon i fover in the same houso. ' !~ ? ?xarminod the pr -miseM for the fever, but could Mid or people who livod in " : oume and drank the simno c not effuctud In tho loast. t rango fitality. 1',1.-k has o...

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. — 25 October 1883

" ~~uau.0 'Ma otleo at the e$ec1,, . W From the Wiwaukee iuJ, "You see, ma was inted tte to fix u'p gra ag," boy t the ocery man. y cliun weoo igging bait th ing to o , when pa came ou ad buth wovowiCrtr YOU vi*f you tq a3fd np t4e g 'n currant buuhes.' wanted a hump-backed, dis8gured boy made so by hard work. Pa said ho would risk the hump) and told me to pitch in, And theu went down town. My chum said -hb would help me, and me and him got the job done before two o'clock. When we got done I came in and found ma had finished the grab-bag, and had it all loaded, with the to' fortoned with a puckering strin and nung on the back of a chair. 1a was up-stairs gettinq her Sunday clotbes on, to go to the sociable, so it didn t take me and my chum long to erpty the bag and get first choice. Then I got our mouse trap and took it to the barn, and cauR,it two nice big fat mico and put 'em in a collar-box with holes out in it to give 'em air, and dropped that in the bag. Then my chum remembered...

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

rp +. tc I " - DLYDVOTED TO rOLITIC14, MORAL1IY, EDUC1 TION AND TO TME GENERAL INTEREST OF THE COUNT;tY; 3y i F. ARADLEY & PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1883, VOL. X iIl. NO ' . 4IO D&AIlLIB B asoenger Department. and after pt. 16th, 1888 Pass a ger TraIn servlce on the A. & d. Air ]Division will be as follows: NORTHWARD. ai t"a al No. 51 No.58 Daily. Daily. lav Atlanta.......... 2 55pm 4 20am Ar Gainesville ...... 5 05 " 6 28 " " Lula.........A.. 5 84 " 6 50" " Rabun Gap Jn B.. 6 07 " 7 84" " Toccoa .......0.. 6 47-" 8 11 "Sneca.....D.. 8 20 " 9 24" " Greenville... E.. I1) 15 " 11 10 " Spartanburg. .F.. 11 34 " 12 25pm " Gastonia ... ...1 1 49am 2 30 " " Charlotte ....H..1 2 5' " 3 40 " SOUTHWARD. Express Mail. No. 50 No. 52 Daily. Daily. Lv( 'harlotte........I 30am 1 4 pm Ar Gastonia ........ 2 25 " 2 38" "Spartanburg-..... 4 31) " 4 30 r Greenville ....... 5 48 " 5 38 " "Seneca........... 7 47 " 7 15 " Tocoa ........... 9 17 " 8 43 " Rabun Gap Junct. 10 00 " 9...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 November 1883

k~i~SENTINEL,~ D. F BRADLEY. Sditor r ICKEN-3 C. H., S. C.: THU21DDAY, NOVEMDBE . Lt 1883. It Cowetacounty, Georgia, hne, by a vote of ti It her citizens, sent whiskey from her borders. The President has issued a proclamation, ti designating Thursd'ty, November 29hl, a C day of national thanksgiving. The DetnoerntIsmale a olean sweep in the Baltitore municipal election, against the Ripublicans and Inileptnlen's. Acquitted. Nelson .i 's:, wiO it will be remembered. was arrested at Cedar Rock, In this county some time ago, oni a charge of killing a levetme oflicer by the name of Leadford, in Spartathurg county six years ago, was tried for the crine at Spartanburg court last week and at gi icd. " t The Railroad Coimmission. Soic of the Newsimpers of tle State have found fault with the action of the Railroad Commission and are demanding it trpe ii of f the law creating it at the next session of he liegislature. They say that the rate of froights has been inereased rather than d minishe'...

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

.i S r . 'V lelooinbe 18 visIting her daugtorj MNr. ;Childy et thib MArs r,aneoi 6 tjlberty it,ation, 4n eibl:i ly lady. wo rogrot to learn, diud lu-t 'Sudday. A bwavy rajp, a oompanied with "0sidoriable wnd, fell at thilao !' ar.,P dacty evening Nt-4, N appte* and abv batge at4 hJ to ottt Market In a; tst abundane. t ' t to nMme, daughtot of Maj. R. A h/. (h!d, we regret to state, is quitu t"l.'ic , iover, but we hopo she will t welt again. trio Taylor has removed b atmily, to tlis plueo for the t TO If eduonting his dhildron. not have gone to a butter rd's Suppor will bo admin. the Pruaihytorian Chutrvh rth Sabbath. .Rov. Mr. or of Oconee is expected a the churoh on that day. t ate Domoeratio Exceutivo 00 moots the 1st inatant (to t.. lt1ko arrangements to do )umoertats who are to be carlwstun in the litoid .urt for alleged pulitronl of ^ .onar frmors are turning t' : platllta Inder wlilo green t'leXpectation of bentefitting . Will tomo one note the d give it to us next year. .t t...

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

ltrrtied t . * A for fall . he Mil ''m brides reigx having by gdQne," are - . oondsulting ' tails of the im- s iib t}whIohhey natur.l r !? fl lidelightfult dn among tho t Ei 104 pretensions to I r 9skid, 'would ' " this way: The s ,.and front hall s th White muslin, n ; iblo. This prelim. v ould rather insitst upon, ' bridal air to the entire sur- f ad is very little trouble. It t e>nplatters immensely if the car- s a little shabby, and, the muslin i g6od as' new for all sorts of r tward; besides, this use of white s distinguishtes a wedding from an e ary.p ar 'The room should be 1 tmmngly free) and pretty, with bas- c or bowls of flowers here and there, the brld6'and groom should decide f 'orchandJ tutwhero they will stand; t bually the,pace between thd front win dows Orin. front of the high mantel is n ohoseu if .the hottse si*an old -fashioned i one. If-the Episcopal service is used, two bssocks, covorf;d with white muslin, s are placed for-the happy pair to kneel I upon. The ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 November 1883

DIG. ,M~UnI Mrried it iA hth. for fall ma. oomo brides reign, havin; by e * e g done," are S and consulting etails of the im ony to which they natur;l :, with much elighltfi Weading among ti; Swno pretensions to 4wsaid, "would this way: The o t, and front hall white muslin, * ould rather insist upon, bridal air to the entire sur g, and is very little trouble. It ne atters immensely if the car , re a little shabby,'and. the muslin good as new for all sorts of afterward; besides, this use of white distinguishes a wedding from an ar&inry par ''ho room should be armmgly fresh and pretty, with bas r 'iets or bowls of flowerd here and there, and the bride"and groom should decide beforehand jtist'whero they will standl; uaually the space between the front win dows or in front of the high mantel is chosen if the honse}is.an ol(d-fashoned ono. If the Episcopal service is used, two bassocks, covered with white mnuslin, are placed for the happy pair to kneel upn. The ompany asiould be asse...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 November 1883

{ I)IEVO1ED TO 1OLITII', NORALl Y, EDUC TION AND TO T'iE GENEIAL INTEREST OF' TIl; COUNTI Y. By D. F. BRADLEY & 00 PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15,1883. VOL. XIII. NO. 8 _XN. ~L NEWS. JAOasotvILLE, li, is to bo lighted by,eleotricity by a Pittsbu:.gh company. EIGRTEEN pues in Georgia, nav0 abolished fenera. Tuiy are making wrapping paper out of straw and palm leaves in Georgia. ijy Mins:asissii planters ,. .ed their own molasses this year. OVER 5,000.000,00 foot f long-leaf oines aro now standing in North Caro na. APALATCHICOLA, Florida, is soon to have an oyster cauning house in opera lion. IN Selma, Alabama, forty-six leading business houses, during the p:ast year, did a business of $11 814.850. A SINGLE pumpkin vine on the farm Of Dr. W. M. Clark, six miles south of Nashville, bore sixty-nine pumpkins. TiErice orop just hrrvested is report ed to be the larges ever made in the parish of Joffersolo, Louisiana. Tas or,p of houey for the present season at New Sinyra, Fia., ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 November 1883

D. ! BRADLEY.Sditoi PICKENS C. H., S. C.: f . THURSDA7,1OVMMBF 15,1881 *- ER1M: Aorsubsecriplion, $1.50 per annum fori onths, 75 cents; stricll in ad,,ance Adrverianments inserted al one dollar p lluare of one iuch or lessfor the ftral insertio and fifty cents for eaeh subsequrnt insertion ,iberaldiscount made to merr/.onl and other tdvertiaing for six months or I:ri lec year. Obituary Notices and 7ri "tes of Rcspe( kargedfor as ad'crtisentcnta A+nnouncingCJatndiduilesfive dollars in ad anec A terrible cyclone passed over 8pring Td, Mo- last week doing niuch damage ome persons were killed and many injured bout forty families were left homeless. The Falmetto Yoeman This l-ight and intrreltirng evening daily end AMcJunken utpon this evidence of osperity, ani trust that the Yocman may o long to ba;tle for the right. The F)rc Pries, a new journal, published Seneca City S. C. has been received at s office. It is vell edited and neatly prin 1, and will doubtle-ts be successful. It publish...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 November 1883

We wore pleased to see our young c friend Spurtan D. Goodlett in to\n 0 lust sa bbatb. Daniul Rogers, & stadout in the Instituto, has been quiw ill for the last few days. Wv A. Holder, has boon rooallod indofinitely, to tho pastorato'f So- u cona Baptist (Jhuroh. Get the turkoy ready. The Gov ernor has appointed '1 hnessonay, 'the 29th instant as a day of publio Thanksgiving and 'prayer. the taxes paid this year exoood c those for the samo, timt% last year e by 8111,000, being $852,000. 'rhe Stato Fair is going on 'in ('olumbia this week, and from what Il has been published about it, we e( mppoe it is a goodl one. I F. E. MnKinzio made over 1.300 bushels wheat on 60 acres, and 'he isod $ill Dullis Seed. Last Satu'May night the animn't g ing strains of the violin, the gentle 01 'tones of the guitar, mingled with the - swooter voicos of the fair, called the m 'ctItor from his dreams. I 'One young man must have 1 honght the serenading party was composed, entirely of hard,ishells. f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 November 1883

r4 0 , A wI+UL RtIDE. t jASBD BY A FMAIC1RU1 A'tALAI. 0ov F1.AiUS. Ifnltnver itrowna Dnata Down. the Il isla a.1o in Front of a i nI inaIal '1'rnlni, [From the Now York Sunl.] "I don't expect to live much lol and after I am dead I want you to in the papers the story of diat ri< had from Prospect to Brooton in 16 Tho speaker was Duff Brown, au locomllotive ('lgincer, who was lyin his home ill Portland dying with snmption. 'T'his was some timlo Oin the 7th of Septenber hoe died. was nearly sixty years old. His stoi the : wfll ride i" this: "In 183G9 l wa;s runnilng at mixo(d t on the T3it'alo, Corry au( Erie Rail' '['ho track between Pro.spect or May Summit na( 13roctout Junction u crooked that, while the distanco is ten miles, the curves make it by fourteen. The grade for the whole tanco is over seventy feet to the mil "Ahout nino o'clock on th(, nig: Aug. 17, 1869, we reached the Sun with at train of two pa.'seiger ears oil ears. and a box car. The latter tline(d two valuable tro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 February 1884

4 t w !,' y y h5br+, "' . air } f t ? }4 3iFl +':,)x' +yi 4, "" S I ia' el ! y 'I.. ! '., y 1'! r tt .. 4 r 4 ," t C" r f f1 Ft r fj q,17 t h . r ,it,. 4' i " 1 rR 1''"4 r ' y L k ll 1 f- . ' - ';,, 1r ..;.. r 17 ,'fi J M y 1 Vt r r 1 . .'~r .""' .k r. \ t Vr t4 d -tt (cr vl, - M1r k,. . bM1l f i ..^r r r f Z " t. IVt I.. "'.. -.\-r j 'r 1 Jy 1'Tt"' / i VOL. I PIC.KEN S S. C. THURSf)AY F ,.r EBRUARY A Matutinal Episode (Larry Wnlh,uan) As the sun lifted his big red face u over the lake a lurid gleam from hi lusty eye fell directly across the sleep ing face of Mistress Bessie McIntosh aged 22 a bride of a year, resident o Lake 'iew. Opening her eyes in i wild and startled manner she sat ul and looked around her. Her face framed by the ruffle of delicate lac which encircled the tiny cap, expresse< wonder, doubt, distress, and finally confidence. "Are you there, Fred? Oh, yes. XtV all right; I know now. Oh, I have ha< sich a dream ! And I woke with thi sun shining right in my fac...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 February 1884

r"~ . .t r j '. y i n ur .: a r SA i r lesa fo qNiff ,centa fpt earkh ?i.er?.tf.count maa?e l' r adesrlising for six mo Obstiary rotke- espe AKrged"for 4 .,a Ansoanerwg f a In ad " iu .il sp.oo ia take with the verj }R- W of Gen. Ha our railroad, wit i :.'a a. We ktnaow that publin}h anythaing else 0o 0 as much interont I.c .w.. sentiment" in Pickons C. II m1hip is prnc ically a unit, it for of a subscription to the Caro. iino,,Cumborland Gap and Chicago .alroad. Our pcoplo fully realize the gteat importane to them of the "road, and will willingly vote a rca aonablo subscription to aid in its eanstruction. An Omission. In giving tho valuaitiot of prop drty in Ea<ley townslip in our issut of the 17th of last J1anu:-1y, w omitted td MaROekthlat the Air Lin Riailroad was not iaenluded. Th length of the road in the to'vnshil is about 8 miles, which at a valua .on of 612,500 per mile, amounts t 0100,000. This; would mako th, grand total $404,573, instead o 0804,563, as thoa given. Sho...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 February 1884

Ymlt. 1st, Sabbaith at a4 l4 A, hd Uentral 4 P. M - M.Naat P"es*a'$ta SL bb i< i1 *OI6 4d es M.3 eu Vur. *us, h 8k ba at .1 e et4k A iXt.. and 7'olook . - dv W. I.'KIro, wilt preseh st,-I . ei" Cur, OusB every 2d 8abbath . 11 .-46.k A. ,M. i'v. B. Holder wil preaoh aL ficbna ek rQ 8very lt 8abatl a1 * t ?y The wa O a"hd Spring Comme h now for oo9 the G dovr-4 . ,. i rin1 liing. ll. W. IL Perry .ays that he is 'hot a ca l1t.to Co Gofno'r. Candiantes:ar4 boginning to tih,ke e horny hand of tio working man - SiA ula Olyde of 1asley Is.yis iting relativoianud friends in P.ckona Be sure to make your own meat and broad, it you don't make two pounds of cotton. A heavy rain, accompanied by thunder and lightning, fell- at thiv place last Thuraday night,. Miss Georgia Hamilt,on of Georgia. is visiting the family of hert uncle Mr. J C. Thompson, of Tus SEN )I N EL. 4 GARDEN SEEDIS-GARDEN SuEs Aosh and genuine, at MoFALIL'. One-twelfth of 1884 is gono, alm we have not yet heard of a singl yo...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 February 1884

i, 'z' ,y/ *o by X,ii jC n S.teamner ? ber Fatensmg. an Pon# lvauia-People Driven fromu Their9uojases by the Water. Prr avo 1. 1.-The ice on the You&b ioghe y and pper Monongahela river' broken tip. 13iver men generally b- ma o preprons for the protection (,.,ailr prop erty, but, notwithstanding t,r ptecautions, considerable damage was ,"no. Near Eliza both, twelve barges w- swept away. The steamer Oelia br) oO e. She struck a pier of the bridge rstove in her cabin. Several attempts made to pull her ashore, but the currep' was too strong. The men aban done4,or and came ashore. The dam Y , Ards was completely swept away. 4roi Burgottstown comes the report that many families wore driven out of their honios and that many homes were ruinod. At West Newton and Broadtord the BaltitorO and Ohio railroad tracks are covered ith water and trains are greatly delaye,d. A wooden bridge whe swept off its piers,and soon float ed out of sigUt. Just before it wont down the stage coach, loaded wh...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 February 1884

F r4 vi Y L-e .6, s .. r, .a rr , at 4,4 - 14, 1884.NS N.C,TUSA' ERA $e pa , ' .tnueb years of hi $ap$s iept wtlhout.doing anything; Juodmoe to turn himsdlf round, settle _ - own and get into the ways of the place. 4 Then, as he still had twenty years to serve out, he said to himself one fine mrokning that it was shameful to lead so lazy a life, and that he must find some occupation worthy-not of a free man, for he was a prisoner-but simply of a man. Ho devoted a year to reflecting, to weighing. the different ideas which passed through his head, and examin ing what should be the definitive ob ject of his life. To train a spider? That was very old,well known ! Copy Pellison, pough ! flat plagiary I To count on his fingers the wrinkles on the wall? What! that was a ridicu lous and useless amusement; nothing worth whAo. He said to himself: "I must find something which would be at once curious, profitable and gratifying to my desire for vengeance. I must invent a task which will mpke th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 February 1884

, ;o'RU> t ,F?f .50 por enn,Ra /potsix rir~'etMa#, 75 oBT4i tridlly ira advance 4ds-tisenteols Ineerted at one deltnr pet b a* of one iutcA ur less; br the first insertion r n7Apg eente for MdeA attharguent insertion IuiPeraedlsCoent waade to mer*hanta vnd other aideertising for six months or by the year Obsenary Notices and Tributes of Reapec } sk40gedfor as adocrtisements Anrnencieng Candidateefave dollure in ed s anee We Gave It. -- r ' Spooking of the "In dustrial View of the State," published by the News uad Gottrier, the Eusiay .Messenger says: "The history of Pickens, furn. Ished by D, F. Bradley was quite extensive fnd accurately given, save that the Mlaj. failed to give the pr:co of land." The following is our nnAwer to the question? "The quantity and kind of land for sale in the County, with its charactor and average price per acre," Ans 'r'antity of land offerod for - .d and indif .o foi 10 in Iand) to 650 pu al.out *10 p."r nure." Why nu ..vo van not inuluded in our r...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 February 1884

' 't 4! t 'tt t1.y !u?'.-...- ~+ '1 . I'! Ile, A. .. ik. b 2 bae> it 11 if Stono Gua% n - :uo of THE SENT)NEL. b n last Sunday in Greenville, Js. McCol lough, colored, shot and le killed Ephriam Saxon, colored a ',umos Bonham, second son of ox, p tov. M. L. Bonhiam, died of oom" S sumption, in ColUmbia last Friday r The President has appointed Col.t A P. Butler commissioner to repro% r sent. South Carolina at the New Or- fr - Ioans 1xposition; W. L Mauldin, in ulternativo. Vardr"y Mcleo, one of the truest. cl 'tnd bet young mon of (reenvillo City, died of consumption, in Ilor. e ida, lahst week. al Qti.iler Owens, and another ogiored le b)oy have been arrested, under the w chargo of 'obbing the Easloy Post. in ihfico. It is said the proper parties have been arrested. re The town unthorities are having t another public well dug in Main at bttreet, between the stores of McF.ll, ttt and lagood, Alexander & Co. A Tj'1ho Patidorean Society of the Pied cc moot Institute, will have ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 February 1884

i .a nd io y e r m a y b e has lOst all fortune's prise; an who never advertises. 1415 great ambition's eoop, n -ave him esuae to hope, I s full and ample etoo , n unt as solid as a rock; teItte doom to whieh the man w aever Advertised, but simply waited. A o simply, and so Vainlyt Splendid sighs, Which basement art irradiates and refines, Plate glass show windows, elegantly dress Such lovely clerks, cashiers and all the Served but to show him how the public r The style of him who never tdvertises. 1 Hle waited and il waited; clerks, cashiers Salesmen, saleswomen, such delightful ( dears, Impatient waited all the season through, With precious little for the crowd to do. r The public saw-that fact there's no deny- 8 ing lEnt passed the store without thought of buying. THE FARMERS IN COUNCIL. JOINT MEETING OF THE GRANGE AND THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. Weleomaing Addresses and Responses-The State Fair Discussed--Preparing for the ] Joint Sanmer Meeting.-County Organi satlon, Etc. [Condne...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 February 1884

VOL. xIIm PIKN,S4.,THRDY ERA THE ~ 1(01LAE [Jessa Krikorian in Tinaley's;Magazh*], "A ghost, child ! what nonsense art thou talking? It were better for thee to gossip loss with old Dame Magarie, for hor foolish babble has well nigh turned thy head," The speaker-wa-, regal,- beautiful woman, folds of crimson velvet, em broidered with pearls, fell round her royally, strings of precious stones -aided her raven hair, and on the bare : 'e throat that carried her graceful ead'so proudly shobe diamonds, blil liant'pnoughfor a queen's dower-just such'k,ontrast as would, mark - fair. field,. y,.by the. side, of an impexial Dijo rose was the fr 'who stood be. fore ier; h*r 'ltie' ejes filled with'tears, and her soft, childish mouth quivering. "Nay, dear lady," she cried, "it is no foolish babbhl; for in passing down the north wing but yesternight, methought I heard a low talking. Had I known the passage below was hpunted, I should have gone mad from very terror." "A low talking, silly wench--...

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