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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 August 1884

,D;Lv D)LBY; Eorron ;. - F. BRADLEY & t O., Puobt*ioms ti PIOKENS 0 H.,8, 0. A SUbAz AUGUST 1,. 1.84, Democratto Nominees.. U - R4$ PR33IDNPt's BOViERI CLEVELAND, Or New York. - o0t fo, PRx$4IDKNT. THOMA8 A. HENDRILCKS,. Of Inndlans. Dbmocratfo State Tioket. Al A NOS OVERNOnp llUalf -. '7II)MPSON.. POR LIFU'TDFANT UOViFRNORl. J"MIN C. SHlETIIERlI: NOR S l1tETA1R OF STATE. J. N. L1'SCOMII. a roln TRFAs1:t:IR. J. P. R iCIIL t USON. sOR A0V'VTANT AND tNt,P}:CTtU OP.IAL A. M. MANIGAULT. FOR COMtPTROL..ER orN.FRA. W. B. STONEY. FOR ATTORNEY or.NElIA T. C. 1t. MILE.t 7OR Si1PKR1NTENIDENT OF EDUCATION. ASBURIY COWARD. A FOR :NenISS I tN TtiRI DI1ST..HICT: lON. D. WYATT AIKEN. FOR NO1,IUITOR OF RTiU CilICUIT, COL. J.,MES L. OUR. The Primary Election. The Democratic prinary election came r of 'lx ,,Lhis county lost T.Lesday. We f publish an ofilcial tabular statement of t t$leresult in this issue, from which it nill e le seen that the contest in several in stances was exceedingly close. ...

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. — 21 August 1884

ether County comu0s1111aonears a ::l Nileri f. The funeral of the late Jiames Burdine will be p)reacheod by llevs. WV. B. Single ton-and 'f'hosi. Looper at Secona Church, on the 5th Sabbath of this month, at 11 o'chk A. M. Buck Hagood, colored, Treasurer of the colored Baptist church of this p)lace & had sixteen dollars of church funda placed1 in his hands. Last week theo ohuirchi de cided to use the money for sonme purpose, and called upon their Treasurer to turn it over. Afiter several false staitements; as Mnt. En n: Tl&e Piedinont Confer enice of Elders an<l Deacons met at 11 A. M. Aug. 8th, in tihe Presbyterian church at Liberty, and closed its 5(ession the 9th. It wasq opened with a sermon by the Rev. A. P. Nicholson. All the churches in tihe county were represented. Several interesting essays worn road. Tho dis oussions elicited by these essays were free, pleasant and profitable. The meot ing was one of unusual interest and prof it, and it was to be regretted that ...

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. — 21 August 1884

".1 ,. ,. thiem aln eXuu. cratic ticket. llarmony a ..:.. every part of the State. 'In the Atlanta di:trict the only place where there was any probability of trouble, every thin, has been settfed by the frank and manly withdrawal of Capt. Harry Jacucon, leaving the field open' for o1on. N. J. Iamnmond, the present ex porieneed and able representative in Congress. '1'Ie eIpublican who runs against him will have more cheek than the average lightning rod agent, and about as much chance of snccess as thr lien Butler electoral ticket will iii Georgia. In this the ntew -tenth district thc HIon. Geo. T. Barnes received the un anitnous nomination, .and the man, bc he lRepublican 01' Independentt, whc takes the field against- him, \vill' havc event a harder time than Judge Twiggs did two years age when he ran againsi lion. Seaborn .teese, the regular Den ocratic nominee. Judge Twiggs is an able nian, a fiue speaker, brimming over with energy and perseverance, popular with the people, and yet...

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 September 1884

VOL. XIII. PICKENS, S. C., THURSD A Y, SEPTEMBER 18, 18 N0 ,.! ,OL 1884. NO.KE 51.U,TUST P M Made to be Painted, Not to be Kissed. "Mado to be painted"-a Millias might givo w A fortune to steady that exquisite face The face is a fortuno-aLawrenco might live Anow in each lino of that figure's still th grace. l. Tho pose is perfection, a tnodel each liub, Ch From the delicate foot to the classical I head; or But the almond-bluo eyes, with their smiling, look din, And lips to be loved want a trifle more red. w Statuesquo? No, a ' yehe, tot's say, in re- a pose A Psycho whose Cupiel beseeches in Vain-- to We sigh as the nightingalo sighs to the rose That declines (it's averred) to give sighs de back again, * * * ty If the wind shook the rose? Then a showor fr would fall Of swoot-scented petals to gather who list; 4 if a sigh shook my Psycho? She'd yawn that pr is all, She's mado to be painted, and not to be kissed. en sc NANCY'S DEVICE. we A daintily shaped "little head, over- c( runnin...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 September 1884

111,, D lvow DLEY &S cU., P an atiroes 1111J DAY, SEPT. 18. 1884. .0eloaoratio Nominees. 1Ott PIEBIDRNT, OROVIR CLEVELAND, Or New York. FOR Vt PRr DFENT, THOMAS A. IENDItICKS, Of landL+na. Democratio State Ticket. NOR (WVRAC: RUOIi S. THOMPSON. FbRt T.IRUTKNANT (1OVRRNOR. JOIiN C. S11E1'1'ARD. FOR RRCRKSTARV OF NTATK. J. N. LIPSCOMB. TOR TItRARIUIRER. J. P. RICIl 1tDSON. NOR ADJUTANT AND INSPsCTOR OY.NERAL A. M. MANIGAUILT. OR COIPTROLLII ORNICRAL. W. E. : .ONEY. YOU ATTOUNRNY OrNR11AT.. C. R. MILES, FOR 8UPRP1NTN140.NT OF EDUCATION. ASBUItY COWARD. FOR 90NgRENnSMAN TillRtD DISTRICT: HON. D. WYATT AIKEN. YOU SOT.LUITOR OF STU CIRCUIT, COL. JAMIE8 L. ORRR. County Ticket. FOIl RKPRKMNTATIVbS. JO1N If. BIOWLN, J. E. 110098, FOR 0LVRnK OP COURT. J. J. LEsW1.. F0R R1i11 1FF. II. A. lLICiIEY. Won OYUit .\TR .I1T11OR. J. 11. NEaWTON. FOR 5011101E (013!M91E'IN :R. LABAN MAUI.UIN. 1011 COUNTY CO1MINHIO9tN.U8. A. 11. TALLEsY, ELIAS DAY, J. J. IIELU). FOil CI'RONER. J. A. L sLI:Y. A Gloomy...

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 September 1884

1 W. Mr. AIrton preached half hourS_on baptism in the. .hoh last nday. 'The aeptember ge]t}s dry anhis 1Setion.: e wind bGr bard but here was o rAId. On ast Monday and Tuesday imotnings U1>e wep.jigh. froste in 1dw plaes -In t i otlot, but no 4daage were done. N L. M.' errry- his corn, planted t of April, hard enough to grind. T. r are plump and well filled. Wiggins prediots a heavy storm 20th of this month, and another bout the preacher elected for next S C**ffin, colored, out his foot with last week. An artery was severed came near bleeding to death from ary hemorrhage. Dr. Bramlett the artery and thinks the patient )over. Elizabeth Durham, 78 years old, id broke her left arm just above - at on last Sunday morning. Dr. itt set the broken limb and thinks lady will get well. J. T. Burdine will preach at church on the second Sunday in onth at 8 o'clock P. M., instead of first as heretofore. He changcd on account of the Twelve Mile ieeting, which embraces the fir t r. r+"m"" thanks...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 September 1884

rQ $r WELL &VONG ita,l$ MANS OP THE NOBREW*a. ii Address of Carl"Sehurs Iq pilwaukee Prsonal Liberty an Isne or the cam paigo--Poltical Notes ' Fruzih Yarious Quarters. MILWAUKEE, Wis., September 10. lion. Carl Schurz arrived in this city on yesterday afternoon, direct from Greenwich, Coni., and was given a r:pplimentary dinner by a number of his German friends at the St. Charles Hotel. The party was Inforinal and included a number of gentlemen of all parties, while hundreds of citizens called in the course of the day to pay their respects to the distinguished visi tor. In the evening he addressed an audi once of fully 10,000 people ac Schlitz Park, one of the most delightful sum mer gardens In the Vest. Mr. 1Her man SIgel, editor of the P'reie Presse, the German Republican paper which bolted Blaino the day after he was nominated, was president" of the meet ing. Mr. Schurz's appearance on the stage was the signal for applause that lasted ten or flftcon minutes. As soon as quiet ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 September 1884

>s a4s O TE NOiRrw*AT. T,h. Address of (arl Bcbrs iu Milwaukee-. Personal Liberty an Issue of the Cam. R,algo-"Poltical Notes From Yarioui Quarters. MU.WAUKEE, Wis., September 10. Hon. Carl Bchurz arrived in this city on yesterday afternoon, direct fron Grenuwich, Conu., and was given a .lppllmentary dinner by a number o his German friends at the St. Charlei i1otel. The party was Informal an included a number of gentlemen of al parties, while hundreds of citizeni called in the course of the day to pay their respects to the distinguished visi. tor. In the evening ho addressed an audi. enee of fully 10,000 people at Schlitz Park, one of the most delightful sum mer gardens in the Vest. Mr. Her. man Sigel, editor of the Freie Presse, the German Republican paper whicli bolted Blaine the day after he was nominated, was president of the meot ing. Mr. .churz's appearance on the stage was the signal for applause that lasted ten or fifteen minutes. As soon as quiet was restored he briefly ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 2 October 1884

V4 - A ItF. ; 1, r't . i.,a1.r; ^ ., .K .+,I, N, ;t r14rIM b'.<"O M't1_ r.,, , , t w.i. "r ve glMgr e a, ,a is ' . i r ; .. " ,'"+,P: - wlt i,}iv 'h M e, .i , " 1 a4. T ~ Iy 1 ; Y: '~" " 1 " V( XIV. PICKENS S. Ce THURSDAY OCrl't) i Iducatlottal Courtship. a Boston maiden, and she'd scarcely ,sed eight0n0, "ovely as an hourl, but of grave and inien; relopedla of every kind of lore, lboked coyly behind the glasses wOre. i<e her idver,- with her elbow on tily she gazed upon the slunb'ring er son, broke tho uilonce, say4ng: "Pr'y, erva, dear, nto of tho inenning of (th Thingness Sthe Ilere. ji.ow you're judt. front Concord, where the lights of wisdom be, our- head crainnied full of bursting, love, with their philosophy Thos hoary-hoded sages and maids of 'ho elury blue Then-solve tne the conundrum,. that I have t>ut to you." She sin led a dreamny smile, and said: "The Thinghess of the Ilere Is that whichl is not past and hasn't yet ar 'ivea, iny dour; Indeed" tbe mail continued...

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 October 1884

(IT, 1TIV H S. IW EN, o s OF COVetT. .t $IIKRIFF. . O1 TI{ 111 1K1. I IHATM .UtG H. NEWTON. S4('I0O. I.~ sI(MISIN1' It. LABA; M.\UL1N. Ofa COUNTY (ONIMISIoN8:I8ts. A. 11. TALL.F T, ELIAS DAY, J. J. HEItD. FO)P CU11(NP.:R. J. A. I.ESLEV. Fourteenth Volume. With this issue we begin tho fourteonth ournalism duriug the dark and trying days of Radicaliami in this Stato, nad at *noe hoisted to its miaatheadl the bannorw "tf straightout, imadtultA'rated D em ocracy and began the fight for white mtremnacy .nd honest government. In 1870 our 3eoemption was accomiphlihd by oneO of the grandest p)olitical revolutions1 ever witneOssed( on this cotiienjt. Our Staito Government was4 wreted from the hand1(1. of a baind of robb1ers whol pros4titted her good name for their own selfish purposes and agrandizement. We sincorely trust arnd believo that beforo th is volume (lo .es we shall haveo the satisfact.ion of ieolig a National D)emnocratic Admhinistrtion in and benfefiia reformas brought~ abouIlt i...

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. — 2 October 1884

v.M W .Neville will tureaoh in t1 Methodis6 ohy*oh, this Wedn4iday oven . rg, at 8 o',kok. A good and much needed rMi' loll at :.ibtrty station and other smoUomne of the lo"v,r p art of this Comy on: '' ;gre had a politioU me i Q . 1L ' .t d sohoolhout$ at thl p ' p f4A '"ba n d loga1" iI a , dn-ie - un i tb. .Jii :ivale. O1oveuld club with 800 . been organized or .oduce exchal'. .iepubl mi: ..occasin ly- in After he had kill- C., day - -nirty-six young snakes cane t the old one, all of which ho killed, - ig thirty-seven in all. tbs&ribor at Ensley wrote us on Fri f 3t week to know why the SENri tliat office wore not cent down ?day asu6a11l, sayiig that "a yl~ber of persons were disappoin W e got the papers out on time hn. rhy they were not sent as usual. C Hr ply was, "they wore overlooked assistant Post Master." This is ;nsolation to us and our readers. pe they will not be "overlooked" 4 'tn?n COMrLATNT.-"LoorIt, S. t. 2.-What is the matter ngc il? 1 no SENTINIL. We don't like...

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 October 1884

S *ARI SAADIOAL. STATE U dOLUMBIA. 'on--Cala, Spooches Slected Tewporary Nominated. Ahronikde.] tomber 28--Thd .littee of the Re .u session a great. ht, making up the o the Convention ock. to-day. q"listenled to an from the re f. Iendrix convention oy T. E. Miller, .n of the Executive olained to the con. action to-day it ,sible for the party 'more or none at lie thought ng solely an 'flicient coml the Iepubli lte did not keep these (lid not care of voting for ,eaid the call .ed all mankind taund inl oppo <lnd ignorant )utrage and State. The 'ined, was .g men, and it .jate great. The Jganl ticket not being .iy the Republicans in ., lie urged the loiinna a State ticket, and intimat ess it wats done the party eternally dead. The voters .rning that they could not look for home protection and tiley A1nly got it by struggling to regain ,itrol of State af'airs, and the 110p of .io"ng this would arouse great entlin siasi in the rank and file of the party. He hoped the convention woclid b...

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 October 1884

VOL. XIV. NS. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER9,18.N In the .Conservatory.. "Btt we must return! Whst will they say? Yes, I knoW it's awful nice. In the winnow here, from the other way, With a taste, now and thon, of the ice, And now and thou of- Oh, you wretcb I ' It wasn't at all required That you should illustrAto thus with a sketch The speech that of course you admired. "No matter bow naughty, Therol you have spoiled Th 'classical Grecian knot' In which you like my hair to be coiled, 'b And I really don't know what Other mischiof you have donel You're just Real naughtyl You rqueezo like a vloel Why can't you men take something on trust, And ho more dainty and nice? "Therel I'm ready nowl -Whati just one more? Oh, aren't you a darling tease? And love me so?-one, two, three, fourl 'therel come now, dearest, please. I'm almost afraid of the arlor glare, When they look at my lips they'll see The kisses upon thei." "No, not there; lut, sweet, in your eyes, Aaybol" -Iarl Marble. SUMMER EATING. S...

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 October 1884

SENTINEL. 1. BtADLEY, Entrow. F. BRADI)1Y & CO... PRopRl,Towe. TDURSDAT, O0TO3R 9, 1884. Demooratio Nomineea.. RuB k'RSIDE,NT. G8ROVER CLEVEL AND, Or New Yorks. POR fI(1 PRRDENlWV. 'DHOMAS A. HENICY.S, Of bandiane. Demooatio State Tikot. P AR GnYVER?OR: IUO1i S. THOMPSON. 1o0 lISUTZNANT GOVERINOR. ,OHN C. SH EI'PAtI). P1t "RCUKTARY Ofi STATC. J. N.. LIPSCUMD.. TORt TiEASI'RER. J. P. tiCH! 11)SON. ' W ATJ,TANT AN) INPIECTOR OKNERAL A. 1M. M 1O1A ULT. I10) COMPTROLEIt (I"O.K1IVAL. W. E. SONEY. FOR ATTONPET OP1F.IA. C. it. MAI 1 :. 190 /tVRRINTVNI,ENT OF FI1?CATiON. ASUURY COWARID. VON CONIIRFUR3M \N TiltR)) 1ISTIRICT: IlON. ). WYATT AIKEN. FOR RO(.lfTOR OP R1TI (Itei'IT, Cy(%. JAMES L. 01111. County Ticket. FOR RB'.lENTATYEI:A. JOIN Hi. BOWEN, J. E. BOOS, FOR CI.ERIK OF (ot'vIT. J. J. LEWI.3. FOR RIIHRIFF. 11. A. R(itI":. FOR PROIIATI JITI>Or. J. 11. NEWTON. FOR RCIO003 OIMISIONER. LABAN MAULDIN. FOR COUNTY COMMIBIONERRlB. A. B. TALLEY, EL.IAS DAY, J. J. HERD. FOR CORONER. J. A...

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. — 9 October 1884

mm x-Jtidge Thos. W. Olover died af his i e r idence iQrangeburg on the 2d inst. M. L.Pwtsds ommittea to jilat I this plac last week by Trial Justioe Gos sett on a warrant to keep the peaoe. i Mr. Frank Mauldifl of this place has . iuiticulated at the South. Carolina Col Th1lie tominunicatiou of T. H. B. is *rowded out of this Issue. It will appear b in our uit. t An el ,en years old daughter of Mr. Andere+:n Oorbin of this oounty, seri- I ouil y iujured herself by a fall on last a S1>a evening. Dr. Bramlett was ca.Iled iw and gave the little sufferer the sur,ial attention that her injuries re- I gtiured. a 1But few people were in attendance on '."t londay, saleday. Only one small of land, 107 acres, was sold. It s 1t within two miles of Central, and only I bco ught $800. Bad crops, low price of e tton and hard times are evidently e ltiug their effect on the price of land. ' the patrons of the Pickons Court g 1 4u , colored school, extend our many ti ,ns to Prof. I. J. Reynolds, ...

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 October 1884

FOR THE MONTH. T Oa FOB THE CONSIDAit N.'O*. P0tOIGRESSIVE FARaERS Work Should be Done during the *outh of October--Valuable Suggestions fpomn-Hugh Authority. SW. L. Jones in Swmthcrn Uultivator.] .Oats may be sown up to the middle of October in the northern portion of the cotton belt, and still later towards the Gulf; but the risk is rather great if sown later than the time designated, in tho cold, hilly regions. Inl tie lati tade of Atlatnta if we caiiot get in oats by the middle of October, we prefer to wait and sow in January. We have called attention on former occasions to the inportance of sowing seed in the fall fromi a fall raised crop, and in the sp ring from a spring raisel crop. Fall crops acquire gradually the power of enduring cold, and spring crops the habit of early maturity. In the North the difference between winter and spring wheat is very marked, the former being nuch less injured by cold. The same ditler-ence can be es tablislhed between fall and spring oats. For...

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 October 1884

* - P-IENs, S. C., THURSDAY N S , OCTOBER 16, 1884. ey Hear the Sirens for thoJsecond The 'voary sails a moiet slept, The oars were silent for a space, As past Hesporlan shores wo swept, That were as a remembered face. Seen after lapse of hopoloss years, In Hades, when the shadows meet, Dim through the mnist of mnany tears, And strange, and, though at shadow, owoet, So seemed the half-remembered shore That slumbered, mirrored in the blue, With heavens whero we touched of yore, And ports that over-well we knew, Then broke the calm before a breezo That sought the secret o1 the West; And listloss all we swopt the cons Towards the Islands of the blest. Beside a golden-sanded bay We saw the Sirens, very fair; The flowery hill whereon they lay, The flowers set upon their Iar. Their old sweet song came down the wind Romombered music waxing strong AhI now no need of cords to bind, No need had we of Orphio song. It once had seemed a little thing To lay our lives down at their foot, That dyin...

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 October 1884

I) F. BRADLEY, EDrroa. 1 F. BRADLEY & CO., Pioru roR. PICKENS 0. H.,8. C.: T'^tT1DAY, 00T033 18, 1884. Demooratio Nominees. ARa, PRESDENT, GROVER CL:VEL.IND, Or New York. reR' VIC PRERIDENT. THOMAS A HENDRICKS, Of Inndiana. mooratio *tate Ticket. 0R nVKRNOR: H-UGIh 8. THOMPSON. VbR LIWUTF.ANT OO1VRRNOR. JOHN C. SHEPPARD. FOR BRCNRTARY OF NTATR. J. N. LIPSCOMB. FOR TRK.%HItRRR. 'J. P. RIC10tiD8cON. ADJ'T.ANT AND INII'KCTII ORNRIEAL A. M. MANIGAULT. FOR eoMPTRoi.T.R nENiF:Ar.. W. E. S''ONEY. FOR ATTORNSY lIKNKI'AL. C. U. lIILES. t SUPRit1NTKNIKNT OF KI)UCATION. ASBURY COWARD. R CONORF8AM).%N TifRD Is'rHleT: IlION. D. WYATT AIKEN. OR *0T.101TOR OF 8TuIIIC e iCT, COh.. JAMES L. 01111. County Ticket. F.IR R t'1lEMAF:NT.1TIv:s. .OIIN If. BOWEN, .1. E. B000S, FOR (1.FltK OF COI'ItT. J. J. L.EW1.. voRt SIIFItiPF. if. At. t1ili1-. FOR PROn ITV .1100m. .1. 11. NIWTON. FOR NV11001. GO.\M 4i15iON KIt. L.IJAN NIAULDIN. FOR COTNTY CIMttiONF.RH. A. B. TALLEY, Eh.1S I)AY, J. J. IERD. Vol, CORON...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 16 October 1884

sn iishre. DOtoa Is gotd 9 enle. W. regret to Manonnoe that NFO I. .Mouldin of this plaesis gLMauieh. The lall MMsoa as bazie, poo& t4ats &O ar a!lu. The Coun:"......Iag.' were in lit dn an lame mend"y. Therehas been no rain a this place 3 4, and the dud is aboot ankle deep. Mr. Montgomery MoCaslan of Georgia rlsitingrelativeuand ieudein Piokens. Drs. Earle and Quilian of Easley paid ickens a visit last week on professional }asiness. * A moderately good shower of rain fell t the Oolenoy section of our county last 'riday hight. Quite, if not all, the fodder in this ounty was saved without a drop of rain tlling on it. zabeth Morgan, aged 45 or 54 years, ied of typhoid fever near this place on eth instant. Major Lewis R. Bedmond passed trough this place reeently with a drove t sheep for the Greenville market. E mwrYxtnN'r.-The goeleies of the iedmaont Institnte will gives free enter inment on next Friday night, the 17th .istant. A cordial invitation is extended the public. Sher...

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. — 16 October 1884

THE SAGE bF GRAMM #Y: )It. TILDEN'S EESPONSE' b '3tE CON irENTION RtBOLUtIONS. c C Wordc of 11atriots>l and Power-Arraign- I mont of the Republican Party In Terse Sentences.-Reforn Needed. Ini response to the resolutions pre sented to him from the National )etm ocratic Convention, Samuel J. 'T'i4len tendershsithanks. ieJjut-fne uL'aid natiOn'i -8 nI ,o ,rnoria in the Na tionti vndm"at, which cani onl )be accomplile.d oy Domocr4tic .adminis tratlon. says the Republican party is jar ' made up of those who live y - "e:' wits, while the Democratic patrtyCOnsists of those who live by (he J p1y of their hand", andl the i(li s petnablo necessity of our time is a -ohaige of administration. The following is Alr. 'Tilden's letter in full: GIIAYsTON, October 6, 1881. Mi. Chair-man and Gentlemen of the Committee: I thank you for the'kind terts in which you comlittnicated the i resolution concerning me, adopted by I the late Democratic National Conven tion. I share your conviction that I refo...

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