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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 August 1885

PlCt1 $ C0) H.,S. C.: , MrY.n"cF o o rpi on, $1 50 per annunr trir'tti ih; "ivnce!;'for si months, 75 ett i' .".'sem ntt insert d atone dolli fu' o l iich or less for the fin i rand Mt'cbuta for each stibseqit t n. lbor discount made t tlvr'. 0"I rud' others. advertising. fordl thd year. ry . otces exceeding fly d?Respect, Coninunicatior nt-laracter. when adlmissabkl i--donts of Candidates will b) advertiseuents. y compels us to alher ne reqidrements of Cash Pay -I unications and Advcrtisc 3 addressed to TuE S iFn. Rowre~ I~llI &OCn New. AnE. !IOptoe8r.) w~hrndv fggbja anssado_ orUL u t W li;0u3 to says snakes are on the ershaw County, because not allowed to run ni stroy them. i worm has made its ap Wedgofield, and is said to tsiderable damage. Paris vernifugo recommended son Cotton Gin Cylinde o ready for business tle) on their advertisement veral in this county whu -base a gin for the pros 1 Scott of Greensboro, N. ted a cotton picker, -%Whlicb (lent of the Lexington ulmenlds ...

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 August 1885

A1,other ,ne of Jeok Stephens' chi ,zr u died", la4Friday night. Ou *meeting at Twelve mile ] SO+ trl .n; a begin 1ext Friday. '-h .. & agoodretulc fromlCe - i a'; n E5atu,day much i np roved. M C. . 'Barrett, of Spartanburg, is nits l'r ,uter,.Mrs. Gilireath of this I ( ",) ( aad cotton cover the hill:z a ivdlleys round about E 1 . H. Ambler has one acre in ti en says if any man can beat it h - bear from him. r rs. John P. Phillips of e in Piokens for a few days. pping at Capt. Thoruley's. A. Ellis i teaching a large g school at olly Spirings ownship. - 4s damage was done to the h ,tth. Much of it in this f!oken off by the wind. "'i Waldrop who has been seh from a tumor on his left hported to be improving. - "s . sted meeting in progress at - aptist Churoh for the last as adjourned promptly at :-r has a wheel-barrow and 'ows it, his next thought is all keeps them for sale. tt is going to prosecute the le his oats Monday night, 1 - returned. li.. Ehell, recently of the it has no...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 August 1885

*jr r. Thomus Olyde is quite sick with t tvbut, f vir. oti( one of Jack Stephens' chil - di-" lu4Friday night. ('!v ?meeting at Twelve Mile n0 ( d begins next Friday. C., 1. E agood returne4 frombed n r (l1 b . Saturday much improved. MAL: i. Barrett, of Spartanburg, is : ; * aster, Mrs. Gilreath of this ph .e aba cotton cover tho hi113 ' th'vitleys round about ; H. Ambler has one acre in stw says if any man can beat it h ear from him. "re. John P. Phillips of o in Pickens for a few (lays. pping at Capt. Thornley's. a'A. Ellis is teaching a large tg school at Holly kprings .ownship. le damage was done to the * iath. ~ Much of it in this -.+ 'oken off by the wind. ('a Waldrop who has been - h from a tumor on his left -aported to be improving. )ted meeting in progress at laptist Church for the last as adjourned promptly at -r has a wheel-barrow and ows it, his next thought is all keeps them for sale. tt is going to prosecute the lo his oats Monday night, - returned. !., EFcell, recent...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 August 1885

enllA t Thbtigh b . itt for d. elror-The Part7 Ent> e00, and iit on Victory. Trhe Virginia Domoo State Coil vcntion met at Richhiotl on the 29th tilt., the sessions being licl( in the tictmond Theatre. Full representa Ions from all sections were present. t i8.Said on all sidesthat the) personnel of. the. Convention is superior to that of iv of late years. A few minutes after 12 o'clock the lion. Jno. S. Barbour, chairman of the State committee, appeared on the stage and, after alt enthusiastic grect ing, called the Convention to order. In his remarks ho alluded in compli mcntary terms to Presidelt Cleveland and his administration of Federal affairs. He spoke encouragingly of the prospects of success of the Demo cratic party of the State in the present campaign, and concluded by urging harmony and united action. lie then named Capt. Robert Crockett, of Vythe coutty, as tetnporarv chair tian. That gentleman, upon taking the chair, returned thanks for the high honor conterrecd on hi...

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. — 13 August 1885

VOL. XIV. PICKENS, S. C., TJIURSDAY AUG The Victory of Pationce. Armed of the Gods! Divinost eon)uprorl What soundless hosts are thinol Nor pomp, nor state, Nor token, to betray where thou dost wait, All nature stands, for thee, orn bassador, Her forces all thy serfs, for peace or war. Greatest and least alike, thou rui'st their fate, '1ho avalancho chained until thu century's date, The inulberry leaf made robe for emperor! Bhall man alone thy law dony?-rofuso Thy healing for his blunders and his sins? Oh, make us thino! Teach us who waits best sues; Who longest waits of all most surely wins. When'I'ime is spent, itornity begins, To doubt, to chafe, to haste. doth God accuse. -Helen Jackson. TIE TWO IOSENBEROS. A cortan man named Rosenberg, who belonged to a well-known battery, and had 'parried very young, had ason whoni h . allowed to enter the same battery when he was 18. But as the father had not been promoted very rapidly, it happerfed that he and his son were seeond lieutenants...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 August 1885

dermien in the town. were arrestedl last Firiday autt ~. to Greenville on a charge of counter feiting money. Surratt was connaiit ted to jail and Cooley was releaisedl on bond. TIhe coniditioni of the cottoni crop as shown by the July rep)ort of the Na tional Cotton Exchange is mzost favor able)1. The pdlnt is in aL most healthv state and is hardy enough at this time to staLnd a considerable dr'oth without mxaterial mpjiry. A call has been issued, addressed to every ninat, wonam andi child in the United States, as-king for contri btionls to the~ Grant Memtorial Fund. The mnonumdent thait hiistory haes al readly ereeod, will speak to the end of time, will speaik to all and speak the truth. ------"Sillie MaIfhog1e's list of queistions5 adre. o thle republiennI ex-(ohico -- oder inVirginia is as exhauttst iv'e as a table of life ins5urance~ questionis. Ho virtually asks themu, if they have committed suicide, if so how did it seem to aft'ect them. The City Council of (Cohuuind pre for g...

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 August 1885

J. J. Ui~,. dormoti in the t()WI~ 'wore arrested last lirida~, 1L11 I i~.. to Greenville on a charge of counter feiting money. ~urrILtt WitH c annuL- 0 ted to jail and (Joolcy wax relcas'd on bond. HI The conditios of the (ottoll crop as ~ho~vn by the July report~ of the Na tional Cotton Exeliange is most. favor- ~ uhle. The plant is in a intust. healthy 1 state and is itaitly oiuough at this u time to St4Llld ft ColLsideral)le drouth t4 witliout iUfLteiial ilijuiry. P -- a A call ha~ beeu~ iHHitetl, addressed to overy man, wonam and child in the United ~itatcs, asking for (OlitVj lintions to the Gritiut, MElItorj:d hind. Tho monument that histi~ry mis al- ~ ready erected, ~vill speak to the end ~ of time, will speak tA) nil and speak ~ tho truth. I --~illio Mrduou.p~.,-~ list of (InesliolIs f the republican eX-c Ilhice fl Virginia is as (Xliallstii'e vis a table of life illsilranee questioiis lie virtually asks theni, if they have (iolliiflitted suncide, if so how did it v seem to ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 August 1885

MMLilli(1 Gj:liant is4 vWsting the t'here w.:4 i r .2)lI nY u1ljmbination pio i uat. aiettt !:8' -!'ni.v. iaAlier -Mt(rv.'u -> LA:u...us is visit' uL Miss wr4.ri !> at ; borty. ft. 'ay(. Lv il(, t'., ; 'lhe 7th iust. !! MO m rr(1:m(tf! 1t(t I 'w( d. any of he,, '. - h. rd theCounty tlmissio r;r'1 i-( ,t U' last meeting hf te board. t the nrp; ." Sabbath, a t " son <.. .ravy:,. waa soverely r bya . he eam: . ~ ;: " .1 progressing m )thly, a est is being h rvn. i83e00 ,r; o Cramer of f zleste, :. , , the Misses rnley 4i Ji8 I. + ',' tod about two e sol h of fever on 5th i. Pr. nr t( . W 1 lively last vdsroturuiug *rt tlt *;,r., " .; -ached a very - ser und last Sub r,at .' Jas e of Laurons lty's , ;rs is visiting anule, t, of Liberty. Al. J d wife wont 'harl"';T stant. They reth ow days. .t C' r.,. etormined to rc e ti,i,- SaIda. See >roc irt in another to ' - treot leading ie \ is is asdanger ;o 1 I time potato 1.+ rri! t, at t ce - 'by 1li . [ate n um"inoi r.1S . u is( h...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 August 1885

'ILilli G liardi1 in VtIng the 1Ti '1,w,is. There w:s4 it mt:i .n "1bination pio-. iu Yt"fWriett't:adnd.v ' iss Alier Stm', '2 r.r [:4Umens is visit t r Misa .riz',: II o .2 f (,berty. AtFayttvilo, ' ., ',he 7th inst. t-ly o, 1!,1441 thleCounty " imisjinr ';; 'ic t e last meeting e t4eboard. At the ':int a ,t : Sabbath, a son . was severely " , by Tie ot n: : progressing mt lthly, , est is being T,isses 1o- " e Cramer of * !lett the Misses rnle3 ,, s. L~ - ed about two s sot A . 1 of fever on 5th i. nr t< w.. i4 , c . 1 lively last oah - vds returning '".1 the r.,, . ev. !'.ached a very serl' : t. und last Sub , at't~i isa ' of Laurons ty '3rs is visiting nlo,, ~, t, of Liberty. o)l. 3 11 wife went ~harlstant. They rete, t !' . ow days. I rC .111: etormlined to rce h' Saluda. See pro'....... art in another -t111. to 9 troet leading e V is as danger ;o 1 time potato 1. irri t, at t ice , by RI [ate -u:nemo IM r. 'is -~ ig( " . tl; he i t on ". a Al eve ti rof. a rno .r.:' NAMl V (...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 August 1885

gof the Statrage t Agriopltral society estts lle 6t Wednesday i ns. Co) Jas. N' Lipscomb, tr' oCthe Statc Grange, presided. * 4 o0r0d by the Rev. R. N. 9; Qtrhe Baptist church. Mayor ;' vldgston welcomed thgdele. o< a d visitors Jn an, eloqent spe h. "President D ucan responded with foie0 apd .humorr. Both addresses elIcited hoarty pplatfse. The roll-call r showed 165 Pelegates and visitors. - Every county except Georgetown and Horry was represented. On motion it was resolved that dur ing the discussion after each essay the Opeebhes be limited to ten minutes. The first essay was "Fertilizers best suited'to agricultural products on the different soils of our State," by Dr. F. E. Chazal State chemist, of Colum hia S. C. This was a very interesting and instructive address, and was lis toned to with marked attention. Discussion on this subject was called for, and a Variety of experiences were elicited from farmers in different parts of the State as to the kind and quality of fertiliz...

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. — 3 September 1885

r 't '+' + i r ' 1 Y' a Y1 Q' 5 f ~ ' .\ O {MYI ' r^ .v , xt" .'t t t; .r,' Igo 71 Ali i " i i 'eK 1J" 111 . PICKL l I S9 S. V", r 1T l! D Y, 'El "I" r 1 l r1 J1 The C::T'ister. Bn n rho high-pitcled ininsftor root' and t31now on the bouplui of the lenfli ss linulen trees: Sno' on the slient sb.edts and equaros that freezo Under t.iKiht's wig do'wn-dropping nigh and - nliher. Insido the echuroh, wi' i,-.a thie 'shitdowy choir, )iin burns the l'ii,s Uili lightson vaporous Hens: Drownod are th a Yn. s of droned lit anics; illrred as inl druitin, ln- volco of priest ani chitir, Coldl hath munub,At senate to slunmber here! Blut hrk, Ont' swift soprt.s., sa, itig like a larg, Startles the stillness: throbs that soul of fire, Ileatwsarouud 4ch and Isle, louodS echoing dark vit I exicuL-sw ,Aepiration; higher and high Ycarns '1u ,nArp anguish of untold desire. -John Addington Synmonds. . Leaders. The ;M, ..ng as tho Moors drew near, irected ithat his tileers should lead is corpIso to battl...

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. — 3 September 1885

'fiiD & C00, Pcornvs. Pk KENS 0. H..8. C.: TA'X;Ay,ouPT. ~, Xtiw, " . .. 14I -. s will be .:, (" .pcls us to adhre requiremients of Cash Pay golmunleations and Advertise -.tneuta Ald beackdressed to Tua SENTINEL TXeti1eT Pr. .Burchard, who it is alleg& 4inanaied Blaine, is now mop ig around at Saratoga in Benedict Arnold's last uniform. Charleston has bad a terrible cv clone, but through the instrumen taliftf of herinherent life and busi ness energy, she is fast gaining a victory ove1 the ruins. Butler Jones, colored, an Abbeville County murderer, for whom the Gov enor had offered $150 reward, was captured by Mr. Sam Sitton of An derson'County on the 23t1 ult. The last hoard from the member who introduced the bachelor tax-hill in the Georgia Legislature, he was undecided between an apology and a light with an editor. It is supposed that th editor is a victim of the bach q,lor tax. Theie has been a large force of hands at work on the new road lead ing from Pickens to Pumpkin ...

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. — 3 September 1885

)ACA.L ITI~S ?r. A . M as"1hatsa fne ob ofZA 04goodr at hotmt,i prioes. . r. Auder Co. la 00a #(ed to reb u%I''s t 1 Io Utot btate 1$ "4 4al yt. fyw, Lwi 4 Geor is thig reIltim i Pek"sa. rr. J. r. itldfr bae made 300 gal. ')1 fl )1A4a.s in s last-two week.. Proftr .. '.b. B. E. Hawls left last MIV.y (<e *Mdr hote in LmM"r, Texan. YW..l. J.DVlW !i >q is to begin nnet :gq at +g eat Friday at elet e'c!aeik. Thomhere four bales of new dotion M !i nan on the 25th vlt. M6 11 W. Scoee has gas fi 6enean (i".'. 1 us firiends in Pickawish Ths t wiU bgin on the $mb o . rnea andc0osstne for iNb t nd te .ot a46 b. f quio4 ptill to uare r - Amerioat inscription -upon tht now "t)nding in Central ":' , .-ork, willbe: "Use Dr. Bull's *": lS,y"-i-. Price 25cents." ting bagging and tiesand red 4 8ts at bottorn prices should --,ertigsment of Cely & Bro., ;r lhia i : ;', it a fine buggy, a good wag . i ng in the way of furniture, a i . ra. Clyde & Seyle in the sa6 Ewley, e cause unignown t...

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. — 3 September 1885

rs l tO:- 1PT SEAPORT., OF AluvL OCYOLONN. Io L t Vf r pfl';L1 t< wharv, , c es aud E9+ di,eoes Destroyed or Injured--The Storm on Sullivan's Island. The daily papers of Wednesday, August 26, contained gccountsofa fear ful storm that visited Charloston during the day previous. The signs were un favorable on the Monday previous, and the wind continued to increase in Velocity and violence, till it developed into a veritable cyclolle. At two o'clock on Tuesday afternoon this cyclone strltcki)hatrlettont. The wind blew a stiff northeastor, tand the work of damage commenced. Root: were twisted away, fencing was levelled and trecs were strip pec and torn. The gale must have reached sixty miles an hour, and at. ten o'clock it seemed to lull for half an hour. Tllen with the return tide a violent southwester turned in and completed the wreck in the path of the storm. Hoofs of slate and tin that had been unsettled before were blown bodily into the streets. Scarcely a tree stands symmetric ...

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. — 10 September 1885

em - - 1 -v r -A -NTAE ~ . ... - .-. ~ I Ti~L~W(~N, .. ~TJ i3AY,, EP'TEMBER -JA ova 1,185 r ne ollpr.puul Ahd 'ho, b'io orhor youthful ,f t"rt ardenor standing so oldl And he soon wilfdioI" isiulfoV waxed in the warm Jugp-air, he Spread,'aid "pread, till her enit lay iet had'ohco more when she heard b oder now. .He will soon be dead l' t1&ezo of the morning blew and fond S _lof the blO*n d .r owod Atld he came at tr n, that Gardener old. ~4 o rp4t t softly under the mould. And .woyO'tbp6r to a random rhymo. BOr the io+4o i6 city, the Gardener Timo. *tin Ubon-in July Century. A MAN 'OF UONORL ': 6Ti161 Skorrott, Major Marsh, api p ii'Pidorin 'ere sitting in thefr y +0 jom IIow lglaid Parise, tig '-. ere. A rloans on their travels, all thre'o r gh-lookin town-oasters, who hai gope through e worst fire of the 'iii 'War. Dr. Vicaire, surgeon in the Vronda ariny, was standing in front of .:hein, ragr \ng thom with a severe air. "1o o to donoupce,to you as . you haveins lt my friend, ...

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. — 10 September 1885

a_ NTIFL. "?n, EDorrer. RAD1 " COp., morainrroe. 'OkNN 0. H.,8. C.: r AT, 8ImT. IQ, 1886 oe atbscriptton, IS SO per annum, in advanqlur abA months, 75 et.s. ,dvar*eln edntsinserted at one dollar aYe of one lieh oa less for the first On and Afty cents for each subsequ srtioyf lAberal discount made to sits sud others advertising for six I or by the year. Obituary Notices exceeding five 'ributes of Respect, Communirations rsonal character, when admissable, inounKerient of Candidates will be d for as advortisemedts. Necessity 'compels us to adhere to the requirements of Cash Pay 1Il Communications and Advert ise 4 thould be addressed to Tni SENTINEL "Educational Picnic" at Wil ton on the 27th ult. was a com success. S. S. in the Keowee Courier is edly in favor of the farmers ma g and controlling the agricultu td mechanieal associations. in Dickson, formerly quperin nt of the pension bureau, was ted on the 29th ult., for stealing from thq Government. No one lony that he came out with "y-...

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. — 10 September 1885

G ..lle. la heas1, *t r*bu I1f t g. ? )'4Aatje ,iat Fri a-. ere1 R*" di to 7brW ," i~4~1t1 ill oNM i*t n or aaNe tsI.Lb' et out of th*is iamu".ge At tos ne of boctP, fo it tde .abu e t la 4 an4 OIeotpy 6e; the a-rtAl (*Ge4try Johneten~ ~hpig~ *,a.t r Lix.rued trorQ *g f i't ten at Ne !, th~~~iu AiA*~s1ms 34ra yaQirt. s of 180 thm apwp,t, fo gculeo in th citzen of ,M-w satese.pout esan.~pe nrit h""r'. . - ,rl te in. s1r a iz e l 46 At~f 4,% "1 IMha(u .00 e'. itsiauo niuit of A r s paiu. Pride StA p - ., n 1* iothln* will y P "I ,,t .' mnrw quicbly. than i . M.pplied. Whi uret " eful in mhny ca. t ; ,- h. Yt intinsuere from "Ave tm ir. Bull - '4t Earmel ladt nab C thCg t tone time * limmenue building Mifoor and in the gal 41 llurkh.nd preached A *Up9Eeseh the fu > agodin the M.th -AA fiey. next Sab)ath. A pA t Parkins will be - ~ 'eb$0eian Church at rL - th byDr. Biley. - . S00IbSion o h el '1enof the oon ;'A' ..* of the Sabbath want, of dlptb0din, hympjjf atieseof - eastheir astdh...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 September 1885

IL U ER hO E #K a H ea 'iJoys ( ay a and "Jack I A cot'respondoit- of the New York t World recently found President Olevet -.Ianc} at his camp at Willis''1 , :a the upper end of Saranac Lake, in the Adirondacks. Tracing him as far as the Prospect House on the lake, he there found that the most extraordi nary precautions had * been taken to conceal the exact location of the hunt ing and ,shing canmp where the ' resi dent Was located, but a guide was at last found who was willing and able to conduct the correspondent thither. The story oQntinues as follows: We had"be4n in the woods nearly four hours, when through (ho trees we caught a glimpse of a sheet of water. It was Willis's Pond. In a few mo monts we roached it. At its shore the alleged trail ends. We bathe our faces in the cool water and plunge once more into the forest, following the line of the lake's shore. Pretty soon we hear the sound of voices. A few rods further on and I see one of those log huts that in the Adirondacks w...

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. — 17 September 1885

y+. , LXIV. PICKENS, 8. C., THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 17. 1885. A Mighty Monarch. a ini richer than Croesus of old, to my mInd, I htve treatsures nmost varied id rare; I IIIve Ships wh- "'ip t."ture elpotds on no An i kilow natittgihot hurdtensoluc care. ; rtloutres til tntnntbrrc I clim as my own, wI'Ihout, tenant' to ilko them11 a bore; hti' hvo songs which are written for tuy car ailole, A tl have picturoa and books by the scoro. I havo lor is andut cattle and birds of all elitnes, Qucer tiRhus that swint in the soa; I have bells tnado of silver, whose inusloil chlites Are runtg oat to please only inc. I ri, un(t.tprtted, acknowledgo no poor (tho' tty subjects arte oft known to scold). Fo' Ilt King or tho nursery, andt wiat Is Quc sr, I'nm oul7 about two years old. -L. II. Mansbach. 1urple and Fine Linen. 8ht . . a al robed in splendor, fair as dawn V nItrat Io bares lila forehead In the N%ast; , itl ncring satit fell It softest folds, . a.v 't robe, fit flor a kimuly feast, Andl lace t...

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. — 17 September 1885

Ii ltADI1E)!& CO., Phatntntrone. PICEENS 0. H1..8. C.: TEURSDAY, SEPT. 17, 1885. fi'Fbrsub eripron, $1 50 per annum, -letly In advanec; for six montiM, 75 ets. W Advertisements inserted at one dollar rs utrof one inch or less for the first S etndtlifty cents.for eaolt subsequ t i tlln. 1;ioiral discont made to orchants and others advertising for six ontlhs or by the year. C Obituary 1{otices exceeding five aes, Tributes of Respect, Comimunications a personaf charatetr, when admtissable, id Announcements of Candidates will be iarXed for as advertisements. (*0 Necessity compels us to adhere eletly to the requirements of Cash Pay ents. Cr All r'oiintni-cations and Advertise ents should be aldressed to Tit. S$ rtIs. The Prohibition movement seemns o be making things squally in the ,eloved county of Auderson. ThoFe is a North Carolina town vhicir has two postoffices,. Grover tni Whitaker, andonly two hundred ,nd fifty inhabitants. Erskioie College at Due West has -ecoived as a presen...

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