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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 23 October 1884

4.0 !I-1 ICKENS, 8. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBE~R23184 Unmade flay. We know by the clouds to tho castw.trd It wits going to ralin that day, And there was the wholo of thio mea-1w lot All spiead with the fragrant. hay. And the elouds grow darker and larger As tho wind the tree tops ioseed, ALdrd t uwhI t+wpprkl. . 1, i )lt' 1ahofaY vas lot M y fari was a,stall and poor one, An1 0 hay cros wits till I had, And I could not tfford to hiro gpan, ,+or the U.IniOMvas du 11 npid tm . At Ant hftter' werd ioking d tcury For me that, sutntner doy, WlqI hea ia sweet voico behInd me: "I wlll hole you-got it the hay I" - ti ro tcr iolly, And soft wus thelightof her downcast eyes, Aid he blush tot ke .pphpk tbkt'g owed. b 1 0 orou in a friendly way, And there b my sIde that atternoon -If 39 p. 9 0no gt gtt9ttQ.,hy;t..; 81h0 was no fine itly foebl Tit g c ry4 p{uinp in<d whit, And e it O all dns or me, row for row, Till tho fail of thu sutnmner it iulit; And then, who we uoased our labo-i, And the hay ...

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. — 23 October 1884

F. !1;.'iLif, EDITOI. ' ' o . iML6Y & CO., ,tornlii'o 1 T E. 8, .,.. C.: ," 1 OC 0TOBER 23, 1884, MtyToket. uat RE9RIIERNTATIVKa, 1 JOHN H. BOWEN, J-. B. BO0Of, Vo C.ERK- OF CDlRT. J. J. LEWId. :OR sHlERIFF. H. A. B I-I.1Y, FOR PRAUATM JUDOY. J. It. NEWTON 1OR 8030. OOJMIINIONKR. ABAN MAULD>IN. YOR COUNTY CONIPSIONEBR. A. B. TALLEY, EI. AS DAY, J, J. IHERD. FOR (CtRONER. P. A. LESLEY. We have every reastn to believe that Grover Cleveland will be the next Presi dent. The battle is now in New York and it wil be a hot one. New York, however, is a Democratic State. In the National Government we will "turn the rascals out," and in this State we will keep "the rascals out. The business men of Now York city gave Cleveland a reception. It was the - grindeat of the kind over accorded to any one else before. "Turn the rascals out." Cleveland visited Brooklyn last week. l He was accorded the grandest reception I ever witnessed on this continent. "Turn fa the a.cals out." e . West Virgin...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 23 October 1884

* 1 t4he - out The tam .fpngpT e has been eo tended to the 10th of next month. . A destructive forest are is raging "ns Petersburg Virginia. Mr. J.- W. James has two peach seed grown together, taken from one peach. Plekns espects every Pnan to do h: duty on the 4h of nest month. iae lot of Ooking Ntoves at Own bsy Bros., which they-will sell cheap. We iurn thanks to Mr. H. C. Grad, 9 for some of the finest sweot potatoes w, have seen this year. Mr. T. H. McWhorter has left a bol t the Herelong cotton atthisoffice whiol nine looks in it. Who can beat it. See notice forbidding all persons fron nNUng upon the lands of certain partie Id night, in $his issue of Tf S=Im14, . Forest fires have been raging in tho '$eIm ef this place for eyveral days an< much woodland has been burnt over, an< some fencing destroyed. It all originat ed from the torch of tie 'possum hunter , Wanted at Ownbey Bros., (10.000) Tej Thousaad Bushels of Cotton Seed, fo: "'Mhieh they wi1 pay the spot cash. Mr. ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 23 October 1884

; tftMlldGM bj' A dAAND ItEPUL g1CIIN ; l if I ost di itdis Give lhe,u But a Very Poor Victory---Tie Nati,ani D#i9*4# JOUU Confident of Triu,nphf1fve'nter. t 4olegrdme to to AUzgusta Ch ron kle. ] CINCil3NA'ri October. 14.-The elcc tion absorbs all attention, and there are constant fears of serious outbreaks. One mat), A; L. Rtussell, has boon1 kill ed by a colored deputy United States Mrshll, ,A1 dihcre havp .lteoi many Ck-doVn -ttlid nin'e''u0 arrests. The pcople are.most thoroughly in earfeA , anl the pWeitles are watehing each otnhcr with ulost vigilant care. Frtuilately 'the 'saloons have been kept closed more successfully than usual,. and: there is a minillium of drunkenc$, Tho United States Court room presents ia singular appearance. It is the 'examining court for pau'ties charged WitLhillegal voting, where two Jnitqd State$ Commissioners are kept -busy. IUVAIlso: the.. headquarters of the Unite(l States Marshal's deputies, niny of whom arc colored. The vole will.bo unusually...

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. — 30 October 1884

4 ~. % ~ 7M . r' ~LdY. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1884. Constancy. I will bo true. bind stat's forsako thoer course, And, led by reckles meteors, turn away 'romt patlhs appointed by the Eternal Forocs; lBut my fixed heart shall never ao astray, Liko those calm words, whose sun-directed motion< 19 undilaturbed by strifo of wind or sen, 8o shall iny swerveless nil serene devotion Swcop on forever, loyal unto thee. I will be true. Tho ficklo tido divided BotWeen two wooing shoros, in wild unresl May, to aind fro, shift, always undecidied. Not so the tie of passion in my bioist: Like the grand surgo of soin resistless rivef That hurries on, past mountain, valo and loll, Unto the mainjUs waters to deliver. So my full heart keeps tall its wonith for thoo I will be true. Light barks ainy be belated Or Itn'ned tside by every bri czo at play, While strir ' Ehips, well inannered and richI3 freightel, with broad sill's tlyintr, anchor safe in bay Liko rotuo irn rock, that, stead ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 October 1884

o*z NLO1GN8 0. H,,8. C.: ;AT, OTOE3R 30, 1884. County Tioket, Fon rI'sEENTATIVive. 20UN H. '1JOWEN, .K.DO0008, tol OtI.MR Of COURT, y. J. LLew1.. *FOR AuKRIFV. 11. A, RiCLEY. ton rROa1TE JV00fc. 3. H. NEWTO}W ean' - cUooL GOMSIIOS rPo:. LABAN MAULDIN. Tr'' t' COMf10SsiOMEt8. J. A. Llau.. Rally. Demtocrats. The Piokens C. H. Democratic Club will meet in the Court House at 2 o'clock P. M. on next Saturday, the 1st day of November. Let every member of the Club attend as preparations for tne elee tiou on Tuesday next are to be perfected. D. F. EnADLEY, Prep. C. E. ROBINSON, Soc'y. Democrats, don't neglect your duty on next Tuesday. Vote early and tiy at the pl)11s uintil the last vote is cast. Blaine has given up Now York. 'TheI rascals must go." See that every Democrat in the Coun ty votes next Tucday. Remembor the election is next 'Tues day, the 4th day of November. Next Tuesday tells the tale. Let every Democrat in :'ickens do his whole duty. We expect to be able to give a good accun...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 October 1884

A . Mrs.' ington, ag, - at the home of ti. miles West of this pla. morning. Wanted at Ownboy Bros., (10..., Thousand Bushels of Cotton Seed, which they will pay the spot cash. THE SETrnu will,.. probably, not be issued before Thursday of next week. The delay will be made in order to give, if possible, the result of the elections. The Easley Messenger came to us last week in an enlarged form. It now has six columns to the page and is very much ilpproved in form and appearauce. Tobacco and Cigars, a way down, at short crop prices, at Ownbey Bros., Those of our readers who want cloth ing of any kind, should consult the ad vertisement of F. W. Poe & Co. which Appears in THn SENTINEL, and then call upon them. Faipeke--Call on Ownbey Bros., for fine Cotton Seed, of their own raising Osier Silk, and Jones Improved, they will Exchange, Seed, or seel you cheap, for cash. Mr. R. R. Child has found an alum deposit on his place, on Twelve Mile river in this county. He exhibited a sample in ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 October 1884

A. as thoroukl. Democratic voteras, not fully alive to the necess, lug thomsolvcs to the utmost to bri nt out the full Democratic vote. With the lItepubli-cans there is little'or no need of organization, for the leaders rely on appeals to the ignorance and antipathies of their supporters. It is prudent, therefore, to assume that the solid party strength of the political enemy will be arrayed against us. The danger which confronts us is due to Democratic apathy far more than to Iepublican activity. The way to meet it, and the only way, is by inces sant political work from this time until the closing of the polls on election day. South U,arolina may well prove to be the pivotal State in the present gigan tic contest. If the Democrats carry the wholo of the Southern States, to gcther with New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, or if they lose New Jersey and connecticut and carry in their- stead the State of Indiana, Grover Cleveland will be the next President of the United States; but i...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 November 1884

A ,NO. id.W A Little Boy-Lover of Mine. A ft to-day on the street I met, N ~ -ply bronzed and bearded grown, With ok i the eyes I can't forget Fo' twas a visago I have known; Long years ago when my step was floot, When brightly my youthful eyes coul shino, This very man I chanced to meet Wps a little boy lover of niino. Did be recall me when we passed So near upon the crowded streot? We both of us were walking fast W ven our rapid glances chanced to moet; But saw his eye-lids give, I tho't, A swift and recognizing sign, And I said myself, "lie has not forgot, Title little boy-lover of mine." Ah1, what has happened in all those years Jt rapid, ever changitig life? Ha it been a season o' bitter toars, Cf florcest struggles, weary strife? Or have happy wifo and children imado His passing years seemi so serene That the old-timo joys have begun to fade As if, alas, they d never boen? O little hoy-lover of mino I Those days were happy though so short, Ilut.tlie glow of their memory still ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 November 1884

BP DIAD EY, Errog. 1F. B1IA1LEY t CO., P1oP3Tao. P'CKENS 0. H.,8. C.: TETiTRDA.' NOVEMBER 0, 1884 TE EILECTION. We have delayed the publication o Tu' ' 3 rnt; in order to giver on readers the latest news of the er tioi, and we were in hopes that w might be able to give something d( finite. - But tsuch is not the case, an at the time we go to press, Thurn day morning, everything is in (10111 Wednesday morning after the ele< tion the -Atlanta Constitution claime. that New York, New Jersey, Conne< tiet, Indiana and 'WisconRin ha, goue Democratic, and that Clovelau< and Hendricks had been tritniphaul ly elected. The news in. Greenvill up to a late hour W'elnes1ay aftei nloon, seem ed to confirm all the Co Rtitution had clained, and every ma we met except the Republican oflic Itulders seemed to be happy an, shook hands more heartily than uisr al. .B1t when we arrivel it Ensla'A from Greenville, a telegramu hadl bee r ceived there by Mr. A. W. Huidg en5 from Mr. Howell, of the Co...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 November 1884

We believe a tin shop would pay in thi4 pla0. Mr. ILt C. Grady brought to this office on last Mondaty two of the largest turn ips we have seen this year. The Lord's Supper will be administer ed ih the Methodist church at this place on next Sunday. 'he Baptist State Convention- will moot at Marion on Thursday before the fourth Sunday in November. George Masters, colored, of this county was robbes in Greenville by nuother colored maqyof ten dollars, on last Fri day. Mr. W. B. Allgood has sent Tan SEN TINBL office the largest sweet potatoe we have seen this year, for which he will accept thanks. According to the census of 1880 seven tenths of the church members of the United States are women. Will this be 'the proportion in heaven? Mr. A. R. N. Folgex of this place has a hog with three toes growing out at the first joint of of each fore foot. We have never before seen such a freak in nature. 'Tyre- Glenn, aged 82 years, committed suicide in Greenville county on last Fridey, by drowning...

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. — 6 November 1884

01ce EAE etaez, Or PHS iEiIES ClinaS.ER SW0i1Wt*rk .Should be Done during the l dk of Noeember"-..Valuable Sugge. tibas from Bigh Authority. r W. L. Jonea in kkuthern Cultivator.] toVenber is the wheat sowing month of the cotton States. A little wheat Is put in before and some after, but the bulk of thecrop is sown in No vember. It is held desirable not to sow till after frost, to circumvent the fly, r::d this ucually defers the seeding to the first of November. Land that has been run down with a long series of cotton crops needs the rest afforded by a small grain crop, and mry be ad vantageously sown in wheat if there iM more of it than is called for by the oat crop. Where the intensive system is practiced, the superabundant, land may be very well utilized in this way. A half bushel of seod per acre is enough for ordinary land. Sow the hardy, red varieties, like the purple stein May. . Wheat FloR4iug will close up' CrO work proper for the year, unless por tions of the summer crops ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 November 1884

VOL, XIVO- PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMB3ERI1.1M~ The Poke Bonnet. How much I admiro the bewitching poke bonnet, Whicl ha f hides the roses that bloom in her Why, Cupid, I know, has his throne there upon it, Concealed in its trimmings of mull or of lace. The style isn't now, for our grandmothers wore it, And they were not wanting in beauty or grace; Their granddaughters love it, the young men adore it Tho atlarming poke bonnet that hides a sweet face; The ravishing bonnet, the exquisite bon, net, Bewildering bonnot, that shades a sweet faqe. The fair, shapely head is half bidden within And part of the beautiful- face disappears-.. How often I've kissed the lips glowing warm in it, The while the coarse fibres were tickling my oars. Away with the hat with the fonther upon iti Within my irection 'twill n;'r have a place. Oh, give me- t mull-tri,nmed, the coarse straw poke bonnet, The heart-snaring bonnet that shades a sweet face; The beautiful bonnet, the exquisit bon pot,t The ravi...

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. — 13 November 1884

SENTINEL. t BRA DLEY, EDroR. b: F. BRA)LEY & Co., Poineiwrols. PICKENB 0. U.,S. U.: 'MURSDAg, NOVEMBER 13, 1884. Shout the Joy"ful Notes of Free dom -Cleveland Is Elected & the Jay Gould's and other 1Onopolist & Govern ment Leeches will be Sent to the Rear - A Bright Future for the South and the Whole Union. When Tea SENTINEL went to press last week we had no definito infofmatio n as to the result of the Presidential election. The voto wi -o cloHeO in New York State that it required several days to determine positively who had won the dlay. The Westorn Union telegraph wires, which were being manipulated in the interest of Blaine, with the evident purpose, if possiblo of re-enacting the frands of 7(, stoutly claimed the election of the Re publican e'1cndidates, while private tle grama from the North, the D>emocratic prees throughout Union and the Na tional )<nocratie Committee as stoutly claimed and asserted the eleetion of Cloveland and Hemlricks. We haid strong ho...

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. — 13 November 1884

Yists have peam The turnip crop is a failure. The G. O. P. is dead and burled. Chestnuts and apples are plentiful now. Ther, will be no counting out this A Plant more grain and less cotton next year. How are oer carp rasit' geting along? We woul4like to hear something from them. The health of the County seems to be improving. The bloody shirt didn't wave worth a eent this time. The County Commissioners have wound up the work of the last fiscal year. Jay Gould, Blaine will not be President of those United States. Grand old Tom Hendricks lead the flght this time and grandly and nobly r didhedoit. We regret to learn that Mr. Charles Durham, one of our oldest citizens is in E very feeble health. We have never witneessed a more quiet and peacable election in this County than the one on the 4th instant. They will have Grace hereafter at all 1 the public and official festivals and ban- i quets in Now York-ho has been elected i Mayor of the City. Not quite 50 per cent of the white reg- r is...

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. — 13 November 1884

olco ouu TRIUMPH os THN P ?OPL AT THE EALLOT-BOY. ' s hational DesnoerAtio Party Carriea he "1BU4 s .Uth,** Togethdr with New Yoij, New Jersey, Connectieut and Indiana The dountry in a Blase of Enthuelam. The Era of Peace, Good-Will and Unlou Here At Last. - The 1j is pt'thi's paper h,;' al ready heard the glorious news of the election t'voi' OlovoJaud as Prest dent, and Thomas A. Hendricks ai Vice-President, of the United States The following extracts from daily pap ers will give some idea of the charac. ter of the battle fought and won on the 4th day of November, 1884, and of the results in the different States of the Union; P rom the News and Courir, November 5. ] At this iour, 3 A. M, the telegrami from $be North and West leave it in doubt whether Cleveland or Blaine it elected. Early in the night all the re ports.were favorable to Cleveland, and at one time it was countlently asserted that the Democrats had carried New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, In diana, California and Nev...

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. — 20 November 1884

VOL. XIV. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER Looking Westward. There's a long bright island of violet cloud Low down in the wVost, where the sunset sleeps' And sails of snow like angels go Over the crystalline amber deeps. With never a roar on the jewelled shore, With sprinkling crests of diamonds bright, Long waves of gold aro tenderly rolled, Rising and falling in tremulous light. Into gulfs of darkness the glittering isle, With its purplo peaks and shining shore, Melts from the view, and the white sails too, Are whehned in the waves to rise no more. But lot like showers of golden flowers, Boattered down through tho vanishing sunset hars', B twos and threes, and in countless seas. loom out from heaven the eternal stars. Now that the darkness of trouble and gvief linth shutfrom my soul all its visions of rest Moro joyous and bright than the islands of 'I iht. That stud the glad sea of the glittering West Lot me still see thy love, which, all starlike above Waxes brighter and fuller...

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. — 20 November 1884

Y, EDITOR. c?. 3A1)tiY & CO., I'ouitISTon. ?OK S O. I. S. -. 1'. i 'of THE SuTNEJ, and the essenger geloff to Washington to wit e80 the ipauguratiou of President loland at the expense of the . 31a'nc enblioan wlao agreed to pay their ex e>nes in the ovent of ClovCland's elcec on, they Nill eortainly havea huge old mle. It is nlot often the newspaper men av,oe,uh luek, but "it is an ill wind tat blows nobody good." Groeiwrille Idl4ho biggest demionatra 'cn in honuor of Croveland's election on at Thursday night over witnessed in the Aountain City. The procession was tearly a mile long and thore were nearly thousand torches in the line. Many uthnaiaatic Democrats of this County ,oin.i in the domonstration, ansufech lnthuiasm was hardly over before wit teesed on any occlcion. Ealoy had ia demonstration on laAt M!onday night iii honor of the olection of Cleveland and llendrieks. A mounted company went from this plae with threo oolored Democrats in front, bsearing the eolors of 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. — 20 November 1884

, i)LE Y, Earront F) . ADLI1Y & CO., Pteeestsrone. t'WK EN S O. 11. S. C.: r 0 VEMBE1Z 20, 180.. 'W f&fs aof Tim SwrnNL and the essetnger get-off to Washington to wit eea the i atguratiou of Presiden t leveland at the expense of the .Bla'n Apublioan who agreed to pay their ex etisoe in the oveut of Cloveland's oho on, they will certaunly haven huge old mue, It is not often the newspaper men ave.such huk, hut "it is an ill wind at blows nobody good." (3reenville hid4ho biggest denonotra on in honor of Crovoland's oleotion on it Thursday night over witnessed in the fountain City. The proocsaion was toarly a mile long and there were nearly thousand torches in the line. Many tthusiastio Democrats of this County oinal inl the domonitration, anttsuch tnthuaiasm was hardly over before wit ieesed on any ocotnSiont. Eanley had a demuonstration on lasi Mfonday night iii honor of the election of Cleveland and1 .llondricks. A mounted company went from this pleeo with threc colored Democ...

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. — 20 November 1884

'I lit a Quaker prdaQher, "vr9 athis place on the night of tv SVahti ooper, aged abottt4 year ed of typhoid fever, at her .home foi 40d e Miles north of this place on tl 18&k ,pstnnt. Zl ,ames Boggs, an aged and high IQ _table citizen, died of paralysos bO lak in Cenabel township in th Couy on the 18th instant. 'e attention of our readers is ealle *' :the advertisement of McMahan GCan. They are solid men and mea Jvst what they say. Governor Thompson has ordered a eleetion on Monday, 24th of Novemhe it the 4th Cogressioial District, to il tlp vacancy for the unexpired term < t1 late Hon. John H. Evins, doc0aso< The smoke in this section has bee ve'y dense for several days past, so muc so that the sun scarcely shines on t earth, and it appears as though you we, looking at it through smokod glas There must be tremendous forest flrc oeamewhere. Sosge of our people are sowing who and some are still waiting for rain. is our opinion that it should be sown no for when rain sets in...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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