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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 December 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. — 3 December 1885

t, , r Y C O., PaoPrmsssea PICKENS 0. H.,8. O.: DAY, DEC MEB U, 1885. Editorial Correspondence. -OorMazA, S. C., Nov. 26, 1885. Dan SaIrn: Last Tuesday morn og it did not look much like tle Legis bture of South Carolina was about to eonveneo. The city seemed dull and qiet, and there was no rushing to and ro seeking appointments. No one seemed anxious or nervouse over his destiny. The fewest ninber of mem bers have anything special which they desire to press. Everything seems to indicate a quiet and easy going session, and considerable progress has been made upon the business continued last ses sion. The Governor's mossenge is a most carefully prepared document and has elicited much praise for its clear and eoncise statement of our condition and necessities as a State. Special attention is called to the im ortance of an appropriation for the benefit of disabled Confederate soldiers which is generally made, but in the present condition of the State's finanoos, this appropriation is ap...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 December 1885

1 Augata will be the next Georgia towin to have wwet and dry elestlon. Brooklyn tazpayers 'will have to poy $9,4O%,709,18 in taxes next year. Subsoriptionseto the relief fund for the OalvestQ1 i Uffntres have aed $106,000. 8. T. MoOravy, Esq., a prominent member of the Spartanburg bar, was in town last Sabbath and attended services at the Methodist church. Ii. 'Asety, Alphonso, king of Spain, 1. 7 I. :.th ult., akthe age of twen S i . -ion of the readers of TM SxN i alled to Hon. J. E. Boggs' ., in this issue. See what the law k mg power is doing and propose do .his session. Eight million votes wore polled at the recent election in France. A million votes did not go to the poles. A boy who b-ught a quart of New Or leans molasses it a Cincinnati grocery the other day found a diamond ring worth 8200 dollars in the stuff. New lot Stoves, $10.00 to $20.00 at at Morris's. "One fire burns outanother's burning,' and most pains suffer more to be cured, but Salvation Oil is painless and cert...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 December 1885

l I - '; + ok 0t'aES' pvqtrlt8s'oe d ' b OVA cnEF I AOIIi$it4TIC. 6 tn, Exhau*thre Review or, the iuancial, t *0dUebt/11M and Induittial Oon'dltI"g - f the State--An Able and jnteresting Paper. n On the firt day of th6 present, ses- 1 * lon of the .Legislaiture Governor< tCbompson submittt the customary lnqsago. to tha .Qencistl Asseinbly. The first, matter considbred is THE PUBLIC DEbT, ityhllch is now $6,522,188.54, co'usisting of Brown consols, valid Green consols, deficiency bonds, and agricultural land scrip. THE UlEVENUES OF TUE SrATE. The total revenues.of the State and counties for the fiscal year commenc- t ing November 1, 1883, n as about $2, 089,000, of which about $1,936,000 was raise(d by taxation, and $153,000 from phosphate rQyalty. P'he collection of the taxes was unusually full and satis factory, nearly 98 per cent. of the assessed State tax having been collect ed, and nearly 86 per cent. having been paid into the treasury. The net re ceipt for each mill Nlvied w...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 December 1885

rtarr." i4rNMM' trM+ inan.. R ak v v . tAr . *Sd' 4y"t. hlc oY Y.*: ti " 1, , . v)xdal",%' . :k " ,.;, , ,. ,.1 wow VOL. XV. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY A Mem-ory. Through the orlel window the soft'ned su thinc foll; And away from the distance the nuslo pealing bell Caine with a toothing cadence-falling at riving hllb, Chunging with ev'ry wilt'spor of the Ic wind's well and sigh. The quaint. room. rich in story, murmured tuneful lays Of lovc atnd Joy and sorrow, hallowing b gone days: And solemn eyes of warriors and acoes yout and fair Gleamed on tho wall'i dull background Ill spirlts,pinionod there. Over an open volume, on its mystic words I tent, With bearing calm and thoughtful, a fal haired womno bent, And tho tender swectness of her fair, Made na face, Was heightoned by the bounty of her go no its' simple grace. A bunch of waxen lilies upon the Bible lay, Yielding their dainty incense to light of ti (ying day. But she who leaned above them like sol rare-dowerod queen, Was fairorth...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 December 1885

F, EIE1NTNEL J. IC. b0Gs, Eon'ou. )At F. BRADXIEY & CO., PiopiEnve.e. PICKENS 0. I..S. C.: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1885. EdUeriR C'orrosponidenee. CoLUIA, S. C., Dec. 5, 1885. J)3sn SnWrLNar: There arenow about 180 bills on" the calendar of the House tu be-disposed of, but oul'y about thirty of these are oftguneral interest to the State at lrrge. There never has boon a see. lion of the Legislature at which so many jpiot resolutions have been proposed foi amending the constitution. This oer Whnly indicates that there is much dis satisfaction with our present organi< law. A joint resolution proposing to antonc "0constitution, byprohibitingcounties towns and townships from voting aid t< eorporations was on yesterday passed t< a third reading. It is very probabl that it will get to the Senate. The Ways and Means Committee ha made a wholesale slaughter of sinal olaim 'which needed the sanction of th lature before they could be passed chairmanr claiming that it would oos e- St...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 December 1885

A oolored'woma, about three miles above hero; died last week at the age of 111- years. The Minutes of the Twelve Mile Bap tist Associatioj will be found at Mr, Wt T. MoFall's for distribittion. : 'Mrs. Rebecca Chapman, who lives 7 miles north of this place, died on the 5th' instant. This good lady was over 102 years old. Hons, . E. TRegs and J. H. Bowen + part in the debates Sh ) esentatives. have been converted i "onced ' sanctification at the holiness meetings in Anderson. We call the attention of our readers to the many new and varried advertise ments which appear in this issue. Major H. C Briggs has been elected Intendant for the town of Easley, in the place of Capt. A. W. Hudgens resigned. TU:e nicest lot of china-wqre that has been brought to Pickens for a long time ies to be see. at Mr. A. M. Morris's. Robert Ellis, of Henderson County, N. C., was in town last week, visiting his relatives and friends. He says that the secret in tobacco culture is the skill in curing the weed....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 December 1885

Maday, htoverti so. -i Szw ar. AltIough the Senath tsaletidai re Corded at noon to-day nearly thirty ToasurqsO all...Igt hpl(a dozen were I isposed of before two o'cloek. 'There Was very little speskiog. Nobody geems to have been tho oughly thawed but yet. Debate iv at a liscotnt. There actually was not . A:rd of Argum$nt on the joint resolution pro posingt'Wicastitut1ogI convention. Thu special order for the day was the second reading of Senator You lnan's joint resolution calling a Cott stitntlonal ConVention. The report of the committee had been, favorable. There was no debate. The yeas and nave were demanded, .and the vote resulted: Yeas, 17; nays, 14; not voting, 4. The Chair announced that the joint resolution had passed its second read. ing. Senator Smythe made inquiry wheth or the resolution could come up for a third readiig, hiviiig fai!ed to aectrb the two-thir s constitutional majority. The Chair stated thpt in his view the constitutional provision applied only to the fin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 December 1885

- ~-~ * XPCKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1885. Thi,iki(t of the Soldiers. We rc" r.it tin ;' round the table just a night Sr..n twuo agf.l - Irthr' e vy Iittlo pntlgr, with the lamp light - , barniet low, And' i.e wm tidow blinrs ivere opened for tho - ItI rner tir to coin(, And tihe Iet:1itd clittil s ilovitig liko a busy I4f'ululuul. Oh, thee nshirII on I te tofa and tho pictures on tl In. w'!!. Anl ii h"t:h:tr - of c(,nforts in the old falttarcu hall, A tit(- tt"hi.iiii,r o' o he li ointer lounging idly ly t h. (oor, Andii lit lilt iltl of the sbieow's from the coil ing to the loor. And it."y watetnl:ned In my spirit, like tho bon d itful in art, in.ch. 1:.iy, husy thinking, such a droarinces of h""r~1t, '1int. I gl.t iut:l.tho 0h11(ows.with my. spirit nll US troy, Thitik iif; nly, thinking only, of the soldiers fat nwny. Of th(1 trnts i .t'nth the inoonlight, of the itir-in;r,,ilt. oti o' iil, Of tih- rohlicr it I.is blanket, in his blanket on tih( grolnl, Of t:(,' iv wttt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 December 1885

J 80cf0OtIS, EDtrroxa. F. BIADLEY & CO., PRmoPtETot. PIOKENS 0. H..S. C.: THUBSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1885. Editorial Correspondonce. COLMtnA, S. C., Dec. 12, 1885. D xa SsrrmL: Yesterday and to day were busy Jays in the General Assembly, and the Hotme calendar is growing beau tifully less. On Thursday the bill to repeal the lieu law passed the House by a considerable majority, but there is not much probability of its passing the Sen ate. The bill providing for the consus to be taken this year, though it passed the House with an overwhelming majority, stands a poor chance to become a law. There was a lively debate in the House last night on a joint resolution to amend the constitution so as to deprive Char laston of one of her Senators. The resolution was introduced by Mr. Stan yarne Wilson of Spartanburg. Mr. Wilson supported his resolution with unanswerable arguments, but there were only 87 members who were of his way of t 'nking. This is doubtless the enter g wedge though, which w...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 December 1885

-4 . -. W. e. Gray, 'of brnville, was also P in town last Thursday attending to busi- fih nes. -hE Col. 3. J. Norton, of Walhalla, and J. i' T. Nix, Esq., of Greenville, were in town last week on professional business. ' We are informed that on the night of ro the 10th instant, a fine mare was stolen an from Mr. #iariis Powell, of the Rocky ro Bottom section of this County. ah Alexander & Folger have a new lot of an Ginghams, Woosted, Cashmeres, Boots and Shoeg, Magnolia Hams, &c., which req they are fling at low prices. -ro, In watching the proceedings of the er NLegislature, we notice that Hon. J. E. sel Boggs takes a prominent part in most of ne the measures of general importance. tlh The County Auditor publishes his official notice of appointments for taking tax returns. Taxpayers will do well to notice the dates particularly and ;neet Br the Auditor and his assistant. So Arnold Davis, colored, was brought to C< kens oe day last week and confined Y a jt Davis has been...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 December 1885

WHAT TIIEY ARE DOING AND WAT TUEY A$E NOT DOING. $Sepsis of the Proceedings of the Senate and the House, In the Third Week of the session. The third week of the present ses sion of the Legislatnre opened on the 7th luist. The Senate was not in ses slon, having taken holiday for that day, but got well to work on the morn. ing following. We give below a synopsis of the week's work, so far as it Is of general Interest: Among the measures passed by the Senate is the joint resolution providing for a constitutional amendment en abling the Legislature to adopt the Federal census for the apportionment of representation. The vote was yeas 26, navs 3. The bill to incorpo rate the town of Cuinhoy, in Berkelev was the only one defeated on a thid reading. Smnators Buist and Sinythe united in saying that they found -that the bill would give the control of the town to the negroes and leave the liquor question in their hands. The following were defeated on un favorable reports: Bills in regard to p...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 December 1885

.i 4', S tt 1 t " ,4 ', A ~~PICKENS, THRDY ~C., THURSDAY DECEMBEY4i~ G1OR. , World-Oil, give to Wealth 1" the Egyp l's lrayer was granted. High as heaven, be holel Pltice and pyrentid: the brilnn,ing tido 0+na tth Ni'vnWashed tll his land with gold. W so'd-efrel:u trufile rented through mart and si*tret. His priests we-e ;ots, his splee-balmod kings enshrlnged, Fa <enth at unuglht in rook-ribbed charnels 'Pek Pi'nraoh's race to-day and ye shall find Iturt and the moth, Eilon:o and dusty sleep. "Oh. world-God, givo tno Beauty 1" cried the Grook. ils p'ayr was granted. All the earth be etisno Plasfe and vecal to his sense; each peak. Ettch grove, each stretuil, quick with Prome tltran flamne, Peopled the world with imaged grace and light. T'he lyre was. is, and his the breathing might Of the immorial marble, his-the play Of tlinmond-pointed thought and golden tongrte. Go ae,k the sunshine-raco, ye find to-day A broken column andt a lute unstrung. "Oh, w'orld-God, give tne power I" ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 December 1885

NM A :: DFa&iEY & co., PuoPaEaTORV. P,IOKENS 0. H.,8. C.: d ti TEUBSDAY, DEOEMBER 24, 1885. ti Editorial Correspondence. CoLuNA, S. C., Dec. 20, 1885. w Da&s Smm x,: The General Assem Sly has been working on full time and C more too, for the last few days. Each of tbelast two nights the House did not mIjourn until midnight. Last night a bill to reduce the railroad commission to one offmper and make the law the same as before the act of 1882, provoked a lively r discussion even at the late hour of eleven n "'clook. The railroad committee had a reported it unfavorabie because they were a opposed to agitating the subject at this r ine. After one hour spent in discuss- i ing the matter the bill was indefinately I postponed A bill to exempt a portion of Colleton County from the operations of the stock law gave rise to another lively debate, but pending the debate the house ad uirrned, so the bill waSlost, as no House which wws not read the second time yesterday can beoome a l...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 December 1885

tisto eubnoribe for Tax $o~186, ThI t fo18w6 'lbe one and one half bl y 1 lfor f185. rs!W aa+1 oomes Friday morn in bright.light, The; ,lug hearth now burns for inaby olfe'rfel hearts in Piokens. The repeal of the lion law is still pond .ig in the Setate. Tnst -notice how nice your best girl be.through the Christmas holidays, b merry wedding bells will ring in th eighborhood of Pickens during the ho yS. re will be religious services in the Pr yterian church at Liberty on next Hum ay, at 11-A. M, * o Bitnday School at Liberty will ha a Ohristmas tree some day during th olidays. nd an t were ;le will ty, on f th)a home In the distribution of your flowers, Im;les, and presents, during the christ naa holidays don't forget the poor. Dear children, have your little stock ng ' the chimney corner, Santa Claus 9co ig. merchants of this town are busy elli goods, the scarcity of money to he c ntrary notwithstanding. Th Sheriff of Pickens County, return.. 4 last Friday, from a trip to Columbia ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 December 1885

"yaopsa of the Pseoeedinge of the Senats and the ouse, Ip the rptt Week of r the session. - '.,Tlie Senate passed the bill to repeal the Act prohibitIng the Pale of spirit u qus liquori in Oconee :eounty. Tht il to revise tie itigury la%v was killed here was no oppositl)i whatever it e bill to permit the - sale of dometh ines (manutactured in the State *1thout a license. The bill to amen $eotIon 1,021, General Statutes, relat to disbursemnt of poll tax, wa: ied. Tbe. Iouse bill to require the boar< pf agriculture and the directora of ths re nitentiary to pay into the Stat reasury all moneve collected by then om any source had been unfavorabi reported by the agricultural committee who considered that it would hampe these departments in expenditure which were proper but could not b anticipated by the General Assembl in its appropriation bills. Other Sens tors objected to it because It woul place both departments at the mere of legislators. It was speedily dii posed of when it came ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 January 1886

X ,d l '{C + . ,,;'F , ?" 'j, , "1 ,. ,. 's,'Nj't' 4l, '. " ' l . 1, . . f 'X' , ,7 , lj, a," ' ' ti ; .. " ygkk4 p F.7tv r R J S,. \ , t P }f ixi l .1 V. i, 5 R"' ! 1 . ' " fi ' + ..lt { ... AV 2r, OL P C KENS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, .:f Ulrth "and Death. Le Thoro is dancing and drinking and laughter Wi and sonar, lit tho- babe n the Qradlo smiles not with the it thrnr . . atin ien,' is flont laumenting and sorrows hot fill tear, HOU a mile wreaths the face of the dead on the bier; ha'by tin danoo for a birth? Why the tear for by Th'erO's the panting of woo in an Infant's first to breath, he Men know not tbo tinics for their smiles or WI their t ars. Whin g ia lokio would groan the. air waves with ti'* . hovr. no A day is a llfm'e"t-witat is death but a sloop W hon mon dote u'er the wine cup 'tis trettoht erons and deap. riruo hato is atoidane-soo not the content ir Ot the throtw einging. songs through a life Tiey riso >;nr from couchos of down in the CO morit And blush '-" %uo sw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 January 1886

R 7, 1886. er ' grateful to Mr. T. C. fo the able and satisfactory t r ,iLwhich he conducted the edi- x b A ,oblumnag of Ti'a Sawrnx,L during abs et Mr. R%inson has moved t th4h3r family to his recent purchase, U yues plane, just out of town. We ;w is for him and his in their new home long, prosperous and happy lives. If thie aver&e legislator could see the ;oriticisms on his omissions and commis" stons which the various journals of the ,Otato are uQw treating their readers to eondensed into one volume and placed b4fore him, he would feel as tangled and whappled-jawed as the year old calf a which slood on the railroad track to see t 'te Limited Express go by. a The Anderson Intelligencer says: Track ing on the Savannah Valley railroad progressing rapidly. The iron steed about reached Mount Carmel. At a place, on every side, you can see rk of the painter's brush and hear 0 und of the carpenter's hammer. e or four churches have boon is ed, and work will soon commenc. f school will...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 January 1886

. in light, tia light, f(on lit w er,, go t n h a r v e s t j H11thy children and happy homes to I 1 the read t,s of THE SINmn, for 1880 t Mr. Me lMI has an interesting Alma +e f,r J.nn:ry. We -...to leart} of the serious ill U. .G. Gaines of Central. 'hw u, ',harters of Easley and Cen- v be if force after the 14th instant. s G1) i fe Ellis has gone to Hall t - t, (' )rgia, to take charge of a . I C. Lake has *been re-elected - tuil 1 the Easley High Sohool for Tb:r+" <- be about five amendments +.h, ('osrtitution to be voted on at the a 1. . A1 F. Ansel, Col. J. J. Norton 1 " J : jor S. P. Dendy wore in town I mn professional business. r Ca c i the Auditor at his respective , , ts throughout the County. 1 > know how much you are 1" T j of cotton still remains low I 1 ,'u. aio,' 8t. Those who have held k i il tv' t old till the middle February 1 mEL of the 24th of Decem r 1 the full text of the Act in Sn, Lien Law. 1). *. Hollingsworth, of Hailos 9 1 Lancaster County, was in 1...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 January 1886

4id awl W*de. er ttis ". " i' r a s 1o01t Ofa HaMroIk.. f'he .*Ilowing is a list of the Acts ,..'fedit ,the i'ecent aession of the Wner Assembly, omitting those of uely ocal Interesti An Act to incorporate the Chicora avings Bank, of Pblz er, Aolith Caro. An Aet to amend the law As to the sip of'rea estate adjidged to be sold. -Joint liesolution to authorite the (,ounty commissioners of Clarendon unty to apply the surplus from the jall fund and the tax collected to liquidate the deficiency in the ordinary county account for the year 1882 to the liquidation of detlclencies in ordi nary cuunty expenses for the year 1888. All Act to change the time of hold ing the summer term of the "Court of General Sessions In Barnwell county. An Act to amend Sections 163, 164 and 168 sf the General Statutes of this State relating to the formation and proceedings of the College of Electors. An Act to amend "An Act for the Incorporation of the town of George town." An Act to incorporate "The Origi nal...

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