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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 September 1885

Mr. , 1 itt Id, Jr., is i4 Pidkeon for at ftw d,ys. 'l h U it. -d Stita, Court at Greenvilh )ltij(itr+ l2a i tNt ia'.tjrday. ) r. 1. I~ +tvIwdll and his wife wert itl P ;)t it visit last week. Ti t, t" of dastering the Prosbyto rt-ui iho re lr w;ll soon be completed. Cap+t.t. l 1.1wis, of Central, thb (ou;ntty, 1n14 h:" , appointed postlaster, .a + ,;. .ioners have an im p,rto Ai. a is issue in regard tc the a apt, s W. ,r, th'i Iwelcome to our town Mr. R A. I Id faumily. They occu py; tht: r ;>nli!"t Ouse. . 1,t,t" I'. "Iry and his bride ar riva l a ,, Ifay and received many Le. riy , "g 'a' ,, ons. from their friendE an and .Miss Kato Bel -' r a ; n are in town viaitinp 4 1. Hagood. * WV. > n t, has been appointed a stration for this Coun ' W, . : e resigned. 3 wood's advertisement and i ' teeth, before the win. +':,rt, 1h t xt Monday. Both the er a 1 i ' lockets are rather crow ,a - charge of murder. - f Hwell, of Groonville, -s " i:,; .. r Mrs. -W. J. Bramlett of Spartanbu...

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. — 17 September 1885

4GRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT. -6 +tfdoney Results of Skilled Culture. Statistical research shows that a c crtdo agiculture is not abundant in product, and that it is coin >olled to pay high Interest on borrowed money. low grade of farming is cursed with mortgages and mildews, with insects 1 and ignorance. Uncertainty brood, s over its harvests, and famine decimates < its people. Famine is unknown in a country of advanced agriculture s though a fourth of its I.eople oa-ly may be engaged in rural production. On t the contrary mil i ms famish in India, t while most of its people are in agricul thre. It is said that in 1270, in Eng land, "parents ate their children when wheat rose to 336 shillings a quarler t at the present value of money." Five i hundred years ago when nearly every i Englishnan lived by agriculture, the product only sufficed for a holm; sup ply; now, with i population of 446 to the square mile, of which only one in eight is an agricultural worker, six tenths of all th...

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. — 17 September 1885

4QRICULTURA,L DEPARTMENT. s o .e Woney Results of Skilled Culture. Statistlcal researoh shows that a d crdde agiculture is not abundanlt in p product, and that it is com pelled to it pay high interest on borrowed money. si A low grade of farming is cursed with a mortgages and mnild,;ws, with insects fi and ignorance. Uncertainty brood, s, over its harvests, and famine decimates o its people. Famine is unknown in a n country of advanced agriculture si though a fourth of its 1.Cople o:aly muay p be engaged in rural production. On tl the contrary mil ims famish in India, ti while most of its people are in agricul- c thre. It is said that in 1270, in Eng- li land, ''parents ate their children when p wheat rose to 336 shillings a quartter ti at the present value of money." Five it hundred years ago, when nearly every n Englishman lived by agriculture, the s, product only suticed for a home sup- o ply ; now, with a population of 44-16 to o the square mile, of which only one in ii eight is...

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. — 24 September 1885
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. — 24 September 1885
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. — 24 September 1885

'Mr. MoFall's October letter. 'e.t the pr Yetmet}t pf the Gbrand " pon have any cash to spare re The cofton and corn (rops in tVia unty are i little short of expectations. ' . $ead the advertisement of Johnson agE0d, the thorugh-bred Jersy Bull. The EEeautive Committee of the Pie+d :t ont?' Assooiation met last Tu osday Tl4. .Presbytory meeta next Fr A; at Greenwood. 's lrmera, como to Pickens next Mon. and let eaoh other know your views n .he wheat and oat crops. rs. D. F. Bradley left Piokons last koday for Columbia whore she will pod the winter. We got no encouraging reports from Qtr esteemed friend, Mr. C. W. Lay. U$"a still quite sick, fi '[Ias Lila Riley has returned from Lan. gQunty, where she has been engngu 'ao ing school, thPieayferian Church at this place ib,)ow oomplete, A pommunion seryiee d4~ a bell are the next articles on the .4ket; There will probably be an elcotion for JItense or no lionso in Atlanta pomp t:me this month. A colored man in Anderson has raised a .wee...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 September 1885

Mr. MaFull's Ootober latter. - cthe. getetment of the Glrand ep1*ou have any oash to spare re T" SN'tirr .. The cOtton and oorn (trope in tl,is unty are i little short of expectations. ead tlhe advertisement of Johnson IagAd, the thorugh-bred Jersy Bull. ThaE eeutive Committee of the Pied pidn 4 Assooiation met last Tn esdaty Prosbytory meets next Fr at Greenwood. ,k -1rmers, come to Pickens next Mon. -y and let eaoh other kuw your views n'the wheat and oat orops. ."'ys. D. F. Bradley left Pickens hist londay for Columbia where she will pond the winter. We-get no encouraging reports from 4tir esteemed friend, Mr. 0. W. Lay. is still quite sick, ML %fiss Lila Riley has returned from Lau, te, gunty, where she has been engaged 4A aohing school, STh Peabyterian Church at thie plaoe 4,liow oompete,. A pommunion seiyioe prd( A bell are the next articles on the dooket. There will probably be an eloetion for jt;ense or no liuonse in Atlanta some time this month. A colored man in Anderson ha...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 September 1885

it(l;'UAL D 7ARTMENT. 394iir o of tble Ingrdioente of Chem ioal Fertilizers. POTASII. otasih or oxyde of potassium is also or the bodies abounding in nature. t the result of the combination of at potassium with oxygen. Its for fa is written .Ko, because potussiulm .lso called katlium. .t was known to Geber in the ninth itury, but was not distinguished )in soda until 1792 by Margrag. Its .me is derived from two English ords, pot and ashes, because the - glisht were the Ilhst to ptrepare this kiah; irdutriallv by leaching the ahes of ,egetation and evaporating Ilhe >luion in pots. There are three principal sources of otash: felaspathic and granitic rocks, to deposits of rock salt and sea water. iranlites which form wholcelchains of notuntalins and the g antor p:a-t of the -rust of the cart I contaiI I 5 to 20 per cent. of potash in an insoluble state, it s true, but which cani be extraucted as tcodcad and made perect ly soluble. Deposits of rock salt, containing nuch potash, have 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. — 8 October 1885

VOL. XV. PICKENS, S. C,, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8 18 Patience. Have patienc". heartl That were no rose t- were not first a ole bud. How conos the day? Not with the noon, sti o'orhead, Hut slowl stealing up tho east, in fain1 Havo patience, heartlwhit so thine own 1i dawning good. Have patience, hoartl Book not at morn to make the day as brigh noon. Force not the b,id, before its time to bi rose. How slowly, when we watoh the sky, the light grows: And yet, for all, indeed, the sun goes dc too soon. Have pationoo, heart! For rain will comoj thino own self knows I -tear-dlro, Book not to . ..,e clouds before tho spent their rain, Or else across the sky the clouds may o aan. Havo pa no, grieving hearti for good a oomo'o all. 1Have pationoo, heartl What though no kisses fall upon thy ti And love holds not its rose to thee, nor da fair? Mourn not: perhaps thy love needs heavi purer air. Oh, heartl bo sure 'twill wait for thee in ] . adiso. -Amy E. Blanchard, in Harper's Wool BILL'S CHILD. 'No ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 October 1885

ENS 0 8. C.: %;OIO03R S, 18E6. lfirsubt+triptmrnn 60 t pe sunum in advance; for 4fx mntht, ;t ets dvettisem'entsh nwrted at one dolla of one inch or lesm for the firs NbM * nfty_mta for each subsequ iilsertion. fibral' diccunt n'de t< nhants and others advertissing fo sil: tihor' ly the yosr. -i Obliuary lutoitges -exeggl'nq fiv "s,.Tribtttes of Respet,iominunications 6persuual chitta t ; whei aithissable Annotncenenttti"ttf Cadtlates will b Ned for at, alyrtiseennts. ' .Ncevsslty. compels s s to a<dhvr, etly.to tl' ' quhi'emenits of Cash Paly ' All oniniications and Mdvert lsc Altsiiould behdaressed to 'TiE SENTINK T. JieK B. Peg of Andersol et. on the 26th ult., at the age o: He was a member of thi f4 et Church. stt s said tht r. lair will biin< ie educational ill before the Senatt gaii thig -winter. He expressO vsat hopies of its passage. ,ecento y a)-oung man of Abbevilb bunty gave a cow and calf, a shotgu 't and seven pigs and six dollarf f cash for a hound. Charles Ta...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 October 1885

Mount Ves us b e - bCa Tihesteps i *. , ,n-4 need r !,:"d rng. There wa'; a - W . frost last M!olday mo> n:'. The'Sabb i v. i'. w vel atten. de last Sab! t 'tra, A. I. '. ,o vi od friends in 1iokens l.,t ,. I r. Riley t attend e"d thePreshy -' 1. There wa ai i4 ', Wd at the ilenoy ba ., .ev. D. 1 n d severa' 'sons at -" 1 R I' uday. 3all on A e stoves, Our offio :omo most eptab!e A )nday. Miss on, - iberty, is 'dting the Robinson. iss, La tti1.:iday to on. t' r the fen "!mston. Mr. 0. " , t t artanburg, was in to7. - We~are rank Smith t Slabtov jpneumonia. Full lin ." ,y, ' perfumery, Irushes, , Easley. Postma t ger has re .eived ato bostal cards. A sixte . soften and vhiten h/ , .--,g them in lish wate Mr. C- 'ans gone to 'conee t - - . distillery as +tore-ke, J>: :rt " Mr. J. ( osed the lawn in front th a neat and substar. Miss - l ose presence during , itted so much to our eturned to her home - All Medicines of the d IGE at Easley. . Th ociat nerorne Prevl Due Wevt last Woo...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 October 1885

,1 ' pa* Qiwver (KI ?[e1ll 9tdata.) xtotie in yogvaluaple pa a many enquitot' about "ai an over (Lespene.a strlats). This plant kasioti in this State about the 49, near Charleston, S. C., the 'having been brought probably a mJapan in tea boxes.. About the r 1860 It was discovered in this ($dgefleld) county, where it is cover in all old fields and land not cultivat I, rootin out broom grass and other grasses. it seems especially adapted to the Southern States, growing with luxurlance on poor land and retainin vitality in the severest droughts. It is a very fine plant for grazing cattle kept fat all summer on it, and being a perennial, needs no resowing. It grows with more luxuriance on poor land than any plant I ever saw. I have seon it growing nearly knee high in public roads, 1. e., that portion where vehlels do not run. It furnished a large supply of vegetable matter to the soil and is the best humus making plant in the South. As I have said, it is a good pastur age for stock, and...

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. — 15 October 1885

i r~ VOL. XV- PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1885. The.Old-Fashioned House. SOf all the tender and comfortable things bat now and then sweet memory brings, here's nothing dearer that love rgoalls han the old-fashioned house with its white washed walls. Not a mansion to-day, though a marvel of. an ever usurp Its place in my heart, Sor there my earliest prayers were said, 4nd I slept at night in a trundle-bed. leath ooverlids reaohing from feet to chin, ya mother's hand tucked gently in, d a ood-night kiss on my tired brow ear holds no such blessing now i oi garden was t..~ nt in flower-beds bhere arl olds lifted their velvet head%. And warmed by sunshine, refreshed by ew, Tho bachelor-button and touch-me-not grow. In the river, that curved like a shepherd's crook We Ashed Yor minnows with bent pin-hook. with little bare feet oft waded through, Aid bravely paddled our own canoe. Twas a home of welcome no one could doubt, rWhose iatoh.string hung invitingly out, And many a stran...

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. — 15 October 1885

8C.: R 15,.1885, ' '<80 r annum, rtedatonedollar i oV less for the first #i14 r each subsequ bet disbunt made to advertla,yg forsix ;tIces exceeing five 1 oq cements of Candidates will be +feM kdv8rtisements. Neealty compels us to adhere. etly to the requiroments of Cash Pay- 1 Al4 otn ttAltions and Advert ie *ntsshould b ddr'esAod-to'rnE 8ENT1NEL I ''he show and auction saies of fine ek'lLeld at Pendleton o, the 8th inst., 1 4 a odmplete success. There were e three thousand persons in attend e.' 9ov. Thompson and other die guished gentlimen h.n oir presence'. PersonaL. "fiss 'Ida )lradley left last Monday irng for Columbia, S. C., says the itersv'I'e (0a.,) Amnerican, where she es to,All ofOo, an.the Revenue Depart n64 We bongratulate her on her euc as0ebuit regret very much to give her df she is- one of Cartersville's most ble y 'ng ladies." TIhe Ploidiont Fair. The Fair begins on the 20th instant. he actton of the committee so far has ot with approval on every hand, and o.tair...

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. — 15 October 1885

1 1 The eotton orop iA on tI s wing. The Synod of Sout4 Carolina meets in 7hester the 21st instant. The State Convention of the W. C. T. J. meets at Greenville on the 15th inst. The highest cash price paid for Seed Totton, at Griffin & Morris' gin. 4 F4ed Wheat for sale by J. C. Griffin. " ~n b ,-'z. " raw, at $1.25. ;illiameburg County is u,t a res in tobacco next There will be more sorghum made in 'ickens County this year, than in any ear previous. Alexander & Folger have a fine lot of rioter shoes, which are going cheap for ash or cotton. A protracted meeting was commenced 1 the Methodist Church at this place ist Monday. We regret to learn that Mrs. W. E. [oloombe is very ill, at her home at lalt Springs, Ga. Mis Tommie Hall of Anderson has eturned. to Norfolk, Va. to resume her .uties as teacher in the college for young idies. A correspondent of the News and Cour 3r recommends county courts in each ounty instead of the present Trial Jus ice system. Last week, while the L...

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. — 15 October 1885

TROORTR THE MONTH. ,IC&Y TOPICS 1OS TuE OONSIDE>& c ATION ow PZoos0I0IVY WAMERS. ti In what WeA iti6ea bt b1ae Dulmg the 8i Meath ot O b.r- Vesable Sug.stI as s{ ft o a1Ig6 Aothe,rlty. ( W L. Jfoss in aouthera fOatistor). p In our last, the importance of cov- a eriug our Belds with growing crops through the winter was 4iscussed at tj some length. Increased acreage in a oats, barley, and especially rye, wheat 0 also grasses and clovers, was earnestly advocated. The more we reflect upon the matter, the greater its importance t impresses us. It is not too.late yet in much of the cotton belt to start these crops, and for this reason it is again brought to notice. In the coldest por tion of the cotton belt wheat sowing will begin this month, and rye and barley may be seeded down well into next mouth. Abundant opportunity, therefore, exists to do this convorvat Ing work. We are trying to Improve our lands- every wide-awake farmer is diligently husbanding and gathering materials...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 October 1885

4; ,"i, , J.yy ' ~ e ' *i" , ; '< 1 R ~,, " .1 .1 ' r ia r 1 , vo . V. PICKENS, S. C THRRTAV .9CTB Free. I what does It mean to be free? reedom. a tangible object that we can, all Q*1PJbIlIII j I~ by mind. lld and defined? reel Is"t 1a terma whose limit and rulo 55*ee been 5x4 by schedule, or school? S a i1rth been traced iu the annals of Or iaolidfnu boon taken by plummet or Freodom of self, or freedom of land, #ieans rowth of the spirit-the power to ex The koo*Cedg of needs in life here on earth Ands llylg of these by a standard o ~o l iR to tbrQw off the freightago of Tbo it 1oT tryban when it appears, ugMtartlng en form or strange to the 7o welooane it frankly in name of the right. ,To be free is to stand at the center of being . and pray That our own' Inner lives be attuned In a way That th chords of oonsciousness answer and thrill To t. tQ b lf thInfaite band and the In --Ella Dare. ADVENTURES OF A LOIT EREIt. Leonco da Nordun was a delightful fellow. He was 25 years old, h...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 October 1885

"J O0g0, EDrros. B1itAbLY & CO., m,arsaon PIOKEN O.H,.C.: TEUD T, O T3B 2., 1865, :4ytL" reoent meeting of the S. Cl G,.Nero1 an& the churches at Ninety aut masO.s ery, was di'soIted. On he 14th instant, a tight rope per. fWe ipa taburg fos from his rope aisst 4 feet hig% intending to catch to a'smal rope neow * ground, but failing it is thought that be has been fatally inieored.r Pretdet Ragood has called a meeting of thestbokholders of the Carolina, Cum herlpp# Gap and Chicago Railroad to be hild", A *ea on the 5th of November, for the purpose of reorganising the com The South Carolina College is in a meeafiorishing condition. Itis thought tilat at least 225 students will have en . ibefore the ond of the session. It J gratifying to. note in this connection that'the denominational colleges are also in a very prosperous condition, and by the time the Legialature meets, they may be so ocupled with their present success, that they will. not have time to oppOSO the, b961ge* at ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 October 1885

IrJno. of efigli hat moved to Valuabl lds td be hold eaeda7 In November. See notices elsewhere in these columns. Dr. W. P, Hollingsworth bought a fine Brahmin Heifer, belf Jersey at the recent Auction Sale, for $15. Wew.e aIm; to meet in our town last aL.tl."{ ,,, .l " T. MrCravy, one of Spar '.ut,cs ' genial and suocessful v V. [iy, reoto..- of the Episco pal church at Beaufort, S. C., is enjoy ing a short .,vaoation. He is stopping with Maji J, H. Ambler. Tx paying is the order of the day. Come on and get your receipt, and if you have anythiaig left, just subscribe for TuHE Attention is called to the advertisement for the sale of some very desirable lots in the town of Liberty, by John J. Taylor as executor, of Mrs. Eleanor J. Walker, decease& - If you Want. some bargaing read the advertisement of the Mimnaugh Syndi cate i anotiercolumu. They show you the figures. Mr. Jeremiah Looper still enjoys the chase as muQh as he ever did. Last weok with his horse, his equipage and houn...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 October 1885

f~~ her$W 4e for arm rset tan, grai Uhlt it to thos o1 us who 1 X1 g r to have an ox eoange of fW1e*s t this important subject. I t now thqq j are R#rs who are wellie i1 1 tiwbnne ?'fd I would like to get their ideas .s a matter of improvement for myself. My experience has been limited, but I have .made some observations and perhaps some of your readers might like to hear them. There was a pexlod of time when we were not dependent on the 'Ot crop for stock feed, but that has long since passed away, and we iow con sider the oat crop our onl1v hope, as corn raising. in thie eountry .as come to be but one of things of the past, a part of the agricultural history of the anti bellum regime. Just after the war closed and cotton was selling all the way up as high as 40 cents per pound, when everything was in an abnormal condition, when the coin meroe, the finances, and the agricul ture of the whole country was on a hoom, thobasis of which was an in flated currency, when money flowed like w...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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