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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 October 1885

..)# i + r" h r .r r f F *M " ' ^ 1 t VOL_Xv PLOK:ENS, S. C., THUR.SDAY, OCTOBER2,185]Q One of the Pack. I see how It Is; I'm one of the pack A paltrv playing card: nothing more. You shufilo and deal, then take me back, Or toss me.to IHo where I was before. There are royal heads at your mimio court, But they fare no bettor: they're In the same Oxz; For you vary the usual order of sport: You take wbt you please while you play )"our"trioku. No doubt it serves well as a source of fun To match your lovers, this one against that Though perhaps when the evening s amuse went is done And the pack put aside, we seem rather flat. But suppose that by chahee in the dead of the When you dream with disdain of our being Inert, We should break your repose, rising up in our might, And declare to your face that our feelings are hurt? Fo', whatever you fancy we each have a soul. And the rules that apply hero are oddly so planned That while we seem bent to your fnger's control. And are played with, yet...

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. — 29 October 1885

V ______________ nun5AY, 0 T BLR 29, 188M. Sha;leston News and Courier %XX4t4,b09olial information in regard to the status- of the Cumberland Gap r, b&d,' before it proceeds to boom the freeniille Narrow Guage, This is right, higiAly esteemed; stick to the broad g>a gcras omg as there is any hope. the colored methodists in Columbia refused to allow their presiding elder to HAld a quarterly conferecCO in their ehurch. The preacher applied to the Court of Common Pleas for a Inaudamus to compel the congregation to submit. Juge Hudson presiding, relused the mandamus on the ground that the pro siding elder's salary is a voluntary cou ribution, the payment of which could not be enforced by an action at law. The Columbia correspondent of the Augusta Chronicle thinks some of our Mtate officers will soon be invited by the .President to nccept of sonic foreign 'miseion. Surely ho wont take any of our public servants, when we have so many competent men to command who are not encumbered ...

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. — 29 October 1885

{Js4 week was a busy time wth The hea y radna last week&did oonst4 e.able danag$ tostue cotton, The iolens 'pounty swepotato crop this fall is'the best on record. Next Monday is saleday. tead the advertisements of lands for oale. The watch-word i, Central last week was: "Household and kitchen furniture, . Bradley was with us soy week. His many friends s " re delighted to see him. Mr. John J. Taylor Qf Double Branches was in town last Friday. He offers some valuable lots for sale next Monday. Mr. hauiel Hughes has our thanks for the largest sweet potato yet brought to this oflice. It weighed five and one half pounds. ,Miss Marie Michel, of Charleston, who has been spending the summer at Maj. 4mblers, has returned to the city by the sea. Misses Lizzie Boggs and Carrie Grice, two of Liberty's most amiable and sprightly daughters, have gone to At lanta. Our thanks are due to Mr. Richard Byars for some very fine turnips, the largest of which measured 23 inches in circumference. Salli...

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. — 29 October 1885

.~ +~ ~ vg dl oss $p %p1a as oae it se - -e is nd plaut which has awider 1.to range thntobacco. On this nti et t grows wlherever planted from* nada to Patagonia, but with variationsr of typed due to soil, climate and expqsure. In the United States we have almnost endless varieties of the same, distiiet plant. Ohio tobacce resembles Maryland, but the one is easily distinguished from the other, and both have their chief sale in Eu rope. The dark tobaccos of Virginia are different from those of Kentucky, and the tobacco of Tennessee differs fgom both. Even in the yellow tobac co of Virginia and North Carolina dis tinct varieties with distiut namoa exist, and in western North Carolina the tobacco varies in different couties, although originally grown from the same seed. It is Impossible, therefore, to predict what the 8outh Carolina tobacco of the fhture will be, and In what material respects variation from the parent typo will be produced in the different localities of the State. Like ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 November 1885

1 A 7 VLV._PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMER518. v o t. X V .N O.~man Carpe Diem, I will be merry in my self-deceiving; Lenvo me to dreams,though bitter be the wak nig, 4'knowv- know the danger in the distance, The clouds that gather now will soon be break ing. ill be happy. thougl the far horiron e-dark with clouds, whilo lightnings flas tir warning; iltwill I love the suminer sunshino better +teluonber more the brightness of the morn ing. Do,rgsds-grow less perfect in their beauty DBecause their.n1etals fall and fade to-morrow Shall I not slle and sing to-day, forgetting, Though stpiles may turn to bitterest tears o sorrow? Lot mno bo happy, life is hard and gloomy: Its dweotest pleasures grudgingly are given So stern, .at kindest, that we needs must eher ish Each brief reminder of our ruined heavon. -llelen H awthorne, in The Cottage Hearti Beyond These Voices. Dead ldve, I leave thee in the morning gra Shunning the heavens, wan and misty sillo; Not o'en its brighter coming can b...

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. — 5 November 1885

' " t Th01'fR10.Ft 4 w .. 0VEMBER, 1885. xbNiiff of Edgefield has been 6 arteted. for ofiieial misconduct ,+ W4 rds tbe lynchers. S, i .q8yBod at Savanah on the t ., the majority report in favor of . Woodrow was adopted. The, Carolina Spartan says let wheat,sowing begin in eariest. Do I not fail to put this crop in, for you will need flour "mighty bad" next Juiis. There was another mistrial in the ass of .tke State vs. Ferguson for the murder of Benedict. Five jurors wore for acquital aid seven for con viation. McCormick walits a Comity aind1 a Cbrr - Houso. In that section of the 84o such institutions are in greaLt lemand,. and the sections wanting them are like six boys running for the same ball. Augusta has deterlmiinecl to invite Spartaunburg, Woodruf and Laurens t*o partake of her hospitality in the near future, anid about the next thing auybody knows these towns will go back on their prohibition record. Spartatlhnbg vintertained Colo's 1 circus two (lays without havin,;g any 1...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 November 1885

S owft1] aksithotsad. a. nrieko has bad o rp paaced .h he 1Qga' la d, 78 acrm, was s old to Wm.TJ. Snitth for $1005. " The lakgeat potato at 'the I'iodinont Baiar was grown bj Cpstain U. 0 . Grady of this County.. We have neglected so far to advise our b, , t" ? oate, and do-uot 0;kens are having tamen have been too uisy to pUrsue tilul. Read A M. Morris' advertisernent. He is egg hun;iting and wante to show you his new goods. Missis;sippi squirrels are emmigrating eastward: in great droves, and thiousan,ds f them are slain by tho way. Mr. ,W. H. Workman of -Laurens Count, ,picked 1,298 pounds of cotton in one dm. He must be a working man. Mr. W,. J. F. Haynes has oberved the weathei,. at this season of the year so closely,'that he can tell of rain or cold ,three diays in advance. Age cannot wither it nor custom state its infinite variety." Flesh is hardly heir to an ache.or pain which cannot be cured by using Salvation Oil. Mr. B. A.. Hagood has ben elected president of the Claroso...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 November 1885

Inith" oat, but we doubt itq makin a ood yield on poor land Not fnlhy rops do well on poor land. Next to be Red Rust-proof oats we have valtt d the Burt oats, but several years luce discarded all other kinds for the urst-proof, as it Is generally known. If Dwn during September and the early art of October they will not be killed y the cold of the 8everest winters in middle Georgia; and we have uniform y made a good yield when thus man sed. If son n later in the winter, or he early spring, they stand a doubtful hance, and not more than one time in ve will they pay for the labor of sow ng. Land upon which the oats are to be own should be broken with a two orse plow just as early as the soil can e turned and the vegetable matter vell covered up. About the 10th of September, after the manure has been Iistl ibuted over the surface, we sow the oats at an average of two bushels to the acre, and harrow them in nicely and well. Stable manure and cotton seed are here found a most excellent fe...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 November 1885

flmo-l. cgsq W)OL. Xy. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, :NOVEMBERl2 85 A Havage. Dixon, a Choctaw, 20 yeare of ago, Jiid killed a minor In a Leadvillo brawl; Tried and condemned, the rough-hoards curb their rage, And watch him stride In freedom from tho ball. "1toturn on Ft iday, to ho shot to death I" 8o ran the sentence--il wasg Monday night. The dead man's comrades drew a well-pleased } breath: Then all night long the gambling dons wero bright. The days sped slowly; but the Frida'y came, And llockcd the miners to the shooting ground; They choso six rllomon of deadly aim. And with low vo!oos sat and lounged around. "lIe will not conic." "He's not a fool." "The mon who sc;t tho savago frco must face the blame." A Choctaw travo smiled bItterly, and then Smiled proudly, with raised head, as Dixon eame. a $ilont and stcra-n woman at his heels; Ito motions to the brave, who staiys her tread. Next minute-flane Ihe puns; the woman reels And drops without a muoan-Dixon is dead. -Jolm1 l:oylo O'I...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 November 1885

TU E SENTINEL. J. Ew. BOGGS, }Eorretr. T. F. D1tADiE)1IY & CO., PROPtii6Te9ts. PICKENS C. II..S. C.: THUBSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1885, Atlanta has a great many rAlelads, and ..". ta them blow in the' city; Al' and' W)sW of he] t atvsefrer; Aiken re-mere.. May no prefit by their ex J\ukeWifaen recentiy decided tha a pIysieian's certificate of disability ox euses no one from road duty. That it liolder may be returned for refusing ti work, and if the Trial Justice think from the testimony that the defaulter i able bodied, ho can impose the usnu lto. The Greenville News, sPaki:,g of tl endowment of Furmatiu Ulniveruity, say the. determined effort being made by th Raptista of this State to increase the or dowlient fund of Furman university : ffnding general and gratifying sucev' Greenville city seems to be determine to do her full duty to the institution thi eonstitutes a very important element c our business, social and religious lif< $1,500 has been subscribed here alread on a partia...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 November 1885

'4 loCA.L ITEMaI. Mr. S. T. MuGravy, of Spartanburg was in town last Monday. (en. J. Wglter (ray has taken charg of the Globe Hotel in Augusta, Ga. Col. J. E. Hagood and family h1ave returned to their home in Chakleston. A good spinning wheel and loom wa sold in this County a few days ago foi !hstant,isaxnatiolal S- h , . 'rder of the Presi A rush of advertiesments to our col. umns this week crowds out some interes. ting communications. The Sabbath schools at this place are cordially invited to attend the celebra tion at Tabor next Saturday. A tract of land which had been asses, sed at $400 was sold at public anctior last sale day for $1,750. High water on the Shoal Branch jus1 this side of Griffins Mills' delayed th< -Pickens mail last Saturday until 2 P. M. The commutation road tax law iu Greenville County does not seem to wor well. Only $48 has been received on ae count of road tax. An exchange says that a folded news. pyaper placed under the coat in the small of the back is a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 November 1885

TIE - EDOEFIELD LYNCHIN( THE ACCUSED MAKE THEIR APPLIOI TION FOR BAIL. A Large Number of Aflidavits anei a Gres Quantity of Argument-.J.dgo Hudson Deetsi .n. (Condened from the News and Courier. CotuJsBIA, November 4.-At 10.' o'clock this morning fte hearing of ti application for bail made by the thirt four men charged with the murder 0. T. Culbreath, in Edgetield count on the 21st September, was begun 1 Judge Hudson in the county cout room. A number of lawyers we present as interested listeners. '1' seats outside of the bar were empI Judge Hudson having consented hear the application without compI ling the attendance of tle prisonel none of them were nresent. Senator Butler and Mr. E. MC Simkins were present as counsel I the prisoner". Attorney-General Miles and Sol tor Bonham appeared to represent. t State, and were assisted hy- Mess Earnest Gary and N. G. Evan,. Senator Butler, of counsel for t prisoners, read the preliminarv pap in the case. The reading ltste(d fnk 10.45 to 12 m...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 November 1885

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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. — 19 November 1885

. OaS, FD1Toa. SIADLEY & CO., P CHUlDAt, NOVI MBER Blue Stone, 100i a pound at Easley, 8. C. For anything you need 'n Drugs, call n' B o(eorde at Easley. Miss Etta Xing, of Oconee, is visiting ker sister, Mrs. J. D. Holder. Court commenced at Greenville last !onday, Judge Wallace presiding. Mr. John L. Gravley has been ap pointed postmaster at Sunny Dale. There have been a great many fruit irees planted in Pickens County this ,all. A good Milch Cow with second calf for sale by F. M. Morris, on the West End. iMaj. J. J. Lewis has a Good Farm to Rent for the year 1886. Lessee allowed zo SqW small grain at once. Subscribe for TnE SRNTINSL. It will 've the proceedings of the Legislature in detail. $1.50 will pay the bill. Mr. James Roper was before Comnmis 'ioner Thornley's court on the 12th inst. le gave bond for his apperanco on a lay certain. The proceedings of the last County kommissioners Court are published this reek in the shape of their annual report. Our thanks are due to G...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 November 1885

J. W. Bruce of 'Seoa was in ;W last 8 abbst . The oon n at Bethlehemn have S-ovi4ed i* o nieh' with an elegant new stove. ; There will be a Th4 nksglving service ad dinner at Enon Church on the 26th istant. Everybody is cordially invited ft-'yte . .the aso Wte COUlu auu dv /"s' w .w ?.:.n.)8 Suoklen's Arnica Salvo. The Best Salve iu the world for Cuts, -uises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever 'res, Tettes,.Obapped Hands, Chilblains, irns,,,i td all Skin Eruptions, and positive cures Piles, or no pay required. It is arauteed to give. perfect satisfation, of )mey refunded. Price 25 cents per box. .ir sale by Dr. G. W. Earle. Nervous Debilitated Men Ru are allowed a free trial of thirty tys of the use of Dr. Dye's Celebrated oltaic Belt with Electric Suspensory ppliances, for the speedy relief and rmanent euro of Nervous Debility, loss Vitality and Manhood, and all kindred oubles. Also for many other diseases. omplete re'4toration to health, vigor id manhood guaranteed. No risk is curr...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 November 1885

,; K>r w. . ellingor for 'l of 8Qophngy le o the r la.tt,, was lJudge \;.w.., in Uharietcn lit wre tota ag on Tuesday. Solicitor erley " } "ed for the State, while the de Ye was rpesbnted - by - Messrs. S otehll & Smith and the Hon. A. G. agrath. After several chilianges -a ury, composed of twelve white rien, R was emp+anoled and sworn. The first , . witness for the State was Dr. ifloch, who simply described the five wounds -two in th6'head 'end three in the body. W. W. DeVeaux described the en counter-or so much of it as he saw. He stated that Riley was'advancing on Dr. Bellinger with his bead down and his right arm - outstretched and that Dr. B. fired I've times rapidly. Riley fell, and.Dr. Bellinger walked off. James Welle, colored, stated the cir cumstances of tie encounter, and swore that after Dr. Bellinger tired twice Riley fell, and that after lie fell Dr. Bellinger shot him three tinies. Solina Carter, colored, described the difficulty of the night before the kill in...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 November 1885

y j l ,,. ,ti ,y ,1 t"' t 7 4y "1D F 'ti 1 ,.i" W7 t.r ) 'j?"t1 , , ':, y(l T'. /) T1lt y., '1yj lt h . 1'." k T " f Al ? ,' T; , rrn ,I.i . ... wl r r"rr w w+.4r .w.... w.r ". w r r..r ... .rrrr". .r . .i. .. ' }. VOL. 0 PICKENS, S. C,, THURSDAY NOVENll * "No Vlassee.^ *lie sss"-"het Why, that is idle talk. ~e ri eau sndse at t6o untry boor; 'e i a nn meean te wbo walk wr ty streets despise the parish poor. S 4a1 tof er at some noisy 1001 n 3014s back g4 Simentr from the kitchen saaid; R whle the latter leans upon her broom Vpeonseous of the bow the laundress made. e dauobter eyes the farmcr's lass Mtghty glaose, while the lawyer's W 1wyme visits fress the trading elses If pollr weri not her oreed In life. ''e worchant's son nods coldl' at the elerk; The proud possessor of a pedi Ignores the youth whose fa&er rose by The ttle.seeking maiden scorna all three. The aristocracy of blood looks down Upo the nouveaux riches and in disdain Tea ve ee of the intellectual frown n , and wo...

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. — 26 November 1885

4 000OQG5, EnrrToL. ii. l31ADLE~Y & CO., PaormatelTe ' 0' tKE N S 0 . H .,S . C .: THOBSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1885 Thanksgiving. This is a happy day for ue as a nation sud it is fit that our chief magistrat1 phonld proclaim to the world that thia people acknowledge the goodness an mrcy of God which is duily nanifoste, iirtherreligious liberties we. enjoy. Bu - our nation is composed of individual this Thanksgiving Day can only answe the purpose for which it is designed, b, every citizen making it profitable to hin self. We all enjoy national, stato, count and individual blessings. Lot each rc count them for himself, and return thmd< to the Giver of all good for the sai You have wronged some one, ropent an make restitution. You have (utere wrong; whether the offender repents < not, forgive him. It is due to yourself i do so. The day Jaw lost its benign il fluence or effect on you, if its preciot light goes out, leaving one spark of will against a fellow heing. So let us a open ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 November 1885

4 kr1 J- pa p l f hediie on the Go lunbia And'Greenvlle ailroad The bridge on Wolf Creek, beloW Los ley's Mills,' has been .washed away. Dr. L. B. Johnson, of Walhala, has -,lc* *jnt'.P but he is thougbp to be te I to , lOc. a pound at George's, . 'y, . 4 3ohn Poilard, colored, was shot, at a frolic, in this County, near the Greenville l foties, by two brothers. *TheM *1W' be . Thanksgiving services in the Methodist Church tais evening (Thursday), at early candle light. Rev. W. H. Kirton will preach in the Methodist ohuroh at this place at 11 A. M. on the fifth Sabbath in this month. The Spartanburg Herald had its thanksgivi.ng one week ahead of Mr. lOeveland's appointed time. Dr. Riley received a dispatch from Greenwood, last Saturday, informing hima of the severe illness of his nieoe. 'Squire Parsons says that Will Robin son and Mo Bruce are two of the hand iest- (not handsomest) young men any where. - There are many who have not yet paid their taxes. There will be no oxteneion of...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 November 1885

owiNA U*rs*W*meT'1tttj Wrolttably Use she Preseat Thne of the Year. It is hardly necessary to urge the prompt gathering and housing of all Rnannred crops still remaining in the told. The days will get shorter and chorter, and the weather increasingly ra94 ad utinpleasant; corn \vill waste and. botton will drop on the ground and become stained and trashy. Every bonsideratlon prompts to energy and tiligence. A month hence the days will: be an hour shorter, and one-tenth less-work can be gotten out of a laborer than at present. Indeed, with our present labor, it is becoming unprofita ble to employ any more of it than one can help during the winter months. The negro is so averse to wet and cold during that period it is hard to get worL out of him. But for this, there is much about a farm which could be done, and most conveniently too during the winter. Almost every thing in the way of betterments can be attended to with more advantage then than during the busy crop season. Ditching, rem...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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