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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 February 1886

VOL. XV. El KENS, S. C., FHURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1886. 4' r, IdaMy Cot-t.a%e. My oottago stands upon a gentle bill, Whore, diik-st udle<d, ,lpe a+rt velvet Iawn, And at Its foot -U v,:+ iti h.J in:i rill, Singin Its w,ieo 'lt' to iih suinner dtwn: Sin.ging its Ves[rwr -uny,i. : in (il. wet, .Over utn lordlty ni ar-;n1s w4 .+1" 1 ,.i, The roy 'a it r:inlks sli tv to i w t't An t he - ''S throb ti il:z d thn tig: the dark. Over my cottage, In :I tan)le rich, Roses adtil jostantine ad elem't is Clilnkl, tIllIInK ,telous"'very lit(t) nfebe, Flint Sweet blossoins to the breeze's kiss; AndVtill the dU the wil<t bris1 winttr-'d, Wable a 1 uand gurgto Inld the trees, While the br-*to sk<ylark, host In blue o'e"rheadl, Pours wtavr.a of iItIi, Ier the sunny leas. I1lside my r.<go memory hollds her sway I Pictutres, sa nking of (Ito lovei i lost a; IInauot, the fa t it i ieniti li' 'very3 clay; In trflles, love iippri-"e<t it, cniufn l I- e,st; Ai(], flinging- TiriIt a g-iy <e...

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. — 18 February 1886

J. E. 0309 Enoit nc j. F. BIADLEY & CO; 11,1ounIETO$+r ---__ it PICKENS 0. II..S. C.: of THURSDAY, FEBUUARY 18, 1886. tl INP Forsubseri)tlon, 1 S0 per nnnmt a ttrictly in ainvance; for six months, 75 ets. a r 'A lvertI i n-ninuerted atonedollar e1 per s<uare of one incl it- less fof the first u nsertion and fifty Ct!nt! for each subsequ !nt insertion, Liberal discount made to P titerlants anul others advertising forsix ii hlionths or by" the year. I r Obit.iarv Notices exceeding five ifnes, Tributes of Reslpect, Cornmunientions B of a personal character, when admissabl lei 1 and Announcemlents of Candidates will Ut; r cvarred for is atlivertisemeuts. [t Necessity t'omilels ti to mili'rd ! eteictly to the rt'cuir'nements of Citih Pay- r itents. e 'W All ronimtanuieations and Ad vettise nicritsslhdui lbea1ciressed to Tnlc SEN'rIRL The Greenville Fire. The Greenville News denies that the firemen were drunk at the burn ing of the Cleveland Block in that city, two weeks ago, and d...

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. — 18 February 1886

"Ao)CA. ITEMS. ' he farmers began is earneel to drive their pIda last wMek. Miss Hattie Pestle has gdde to visit relatives In Asheville, N. 0. Mrs. J..aPesley Major, of Anderson ounuty, is visitin her son, Mr. W. B. Mfjor of this p:3. Mir. D. K. Norris, one of Anderson Countie's wealthond most progressive farmers wIin town last weeki f.ne~of good farmers said last week he thought th8 plaitei's ought to dvertise that they are now selling their cotton below cost Mr. W. T. Meares has moved into his new residence South of the Public Square. He is oosil/ fixed up, and has all the conveniences for a comfortable village hr me. If your return to the Auditor is not mnAde before next Saturday, fifty per poent will be addedto whatyou are Worth. Be sure that you have made your re turns. A gold button with coral beeds picked up on College Hill. Owner can recover jy identifying property and paying for this noticd. I'LOwER SEEDS FOR TIAnl--The 3o eph Harris Seed Company, Moreton Farm, Rochesteir, ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 February 1886

A woZWUin1t tOX-iWiq'r. A Good Sagry .014 Some. Asatet si fattes. ' Our Virginia mountaineers are tough customers, and they "quatted all over tt the valleys at a nominal rent, which A had to be drawn fruu: them like their eye teeth. Thu old gentletan, how- f, ever, had a fancy for the place and used to cone home with a whole string of horses behind him as the revenue of his principality. But we boys, and in- v deed all our friends, used to look for ward keenly to the annual excursion to the moinialus. My father had a pack of hounds of which he was ex ceedingly proud, and with which he t would hunt foxes at hone, and deer when we went to --- county. A longt cavalcade it used to be that every October started from this, door for the mountains. My father and one of his old cronies in the big carriage, two wagons full of provender, ammunition, blankets, etc., and fifteen or twenty friends and servante, mounted on sad dle-horses in the rear. The ninety miles used to give us three days of ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 February 1886

VOL.1 XV 1I VL.XV.PICKENS, S. C. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25 1886. N A.4 -t The W>ll of' Saint, John. [Tbo well of 8:iilt John in the parish of Newttiottage, Olhinorgatwhlro, h as at tifle of its owlt, which is gQnerally he'"ivei to run counter to that- of t ho sotu, sotuo half-"ine awaty. "Thore is plenty of room for two lit boro, Within tbo atoep tunnel of od tay-stone; And tt.o well (s so dark, tn1 tho spring so Clear, It iIs quito unsafe to go down alone." 'It Is perfec,;y safe, depenl upon it, For a girl who emn count the steps, liko mal And If ever I saw dea,r ntother's bonnet, It is there on the hill by the old ash-tree." "Thero is nobo(ly but Itens Motrgat's cow Watching the (lusk on the unllk-white slea. I'is tho tImo <al tho plce fPor at 1ie lIng vow, Suci as I own vou, and you owo lno." "Oh. W illi(... , ... I, in this tli'nea well? I shllU d;. .. brown titelr, I' you 1et gzo: The long -ro'i I.. mliiutrnitg like it sen-9hllt. Anal the "-]tW , ' are sbad(teriui; to nti fro...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 February 1886

1'HE SENTI N EL. J. E. BO'9GS lI DrroR, Fti. B.t.1DLLY & O0., FurVA'l1e1rTot. 'ICINS 11. S. C.: .fHURSDA), FEBRUARY 25, 1886. 1'or Subscript Ion. * .5(! per annio, ,i.'-t Iy in advance; tr six t"nhtts, 75c. Adverrisemnent. in:erteti af c,ne de llar per square of one inch orl ss 1'or t he fil tt insertion :i;t fif6y Cent x for each subseql. ent insertion. Iihcral discount mad-le to nerehants and othersl adcvertisiug ior six mnlnths or bv lh: year. Uitittiry Notices !xcev.ling fivelies; Tributes of Itespect, ('onulunications of a ierso nal c"haraet er, whel aUhmissablel, will bellarged for a advtiertisicel.ts, 'or Announc ing % amnidates, fit e dollars each, strictly in advanc ui. If the Governiient slcce(eds in the suit againfft the Bell Tekphone Coin pmy, it riy have muuch to do with making this useful machine availal>le for the use and ben-fit of small towns away fr nm rail roads. The Hon. Samuel Dibb' pt'oposef to beautify and odorn the city of Vashinlgton, with an imposing...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 February 1886

LOCAL ITEMS. t)ome to the meeting next 1fonday. Mr. W. K. Bogg Iad moved to Lib arty. Mr. G. A. Elia6 h 9 returned from Gainesville Georgi. tidd tuuid Ambler is attending the Female College at Greenville. Mr. J. W, Bruce of Seneca, was in town last 8abbath. , o 1'iHagood was in town last Monday and Tuesday. When in Greenville; go to R. S. Mor gan for the best shoes. Major D. Grice has a largd and flour ishing school in spite of the measles. Attentidh 10 *illed to the advertise ment of the Dacusville High School. Mrs. H. P. Sitton, of Autun, S. C., is visiting the family of Maj. J. J. Lewis. There are several new buildings in process of erection in and around Lib erty. If you need any tools about your farm ad havent got them, como and agk Mo Fall for them. Cheerfulness is an almost cetrain in dex of a happy mind and a pure good heart. The smaller the calibre of tho mind the greater the bore of and ever open mouth. Goethe iays a maii m1tat be dither an i ivil or a hammer; yet how many...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 February 1886

TUh ThLEPHUNE TY9AN$:' AtaX O T *N MEIELIDNS A YA L39. IE) ON TRIE PEOPLE. TtFguras Showing the Extortionate Profits of the Hull Douopoly...Importance of the Mut to be Prosueuted by the Oovcrla, &neut. ( From the eNw York World.) 'rhe figures given in an article con cor"ning the American Dell Tlet'phoie h'omupar.y, pub.lishl d by the New York Wo, d some days ago, related onh. to the bu,ie,ase ot the parent cor prlation. 'Ihere are sbinhCompan:-i all over the Unlite-d St:ates an it is by these Ihat the actual Ielephhone service of the conlltry is perfo1amd, aid it is through It hem that the people pay the enormtlous t1 x nOW e.xtortett by that service. The parent. comlpanly, as stated, is a 3ass.ciIett : corl"porati"n with tih cectral 11oileo at No. 9)5, Milk Street, Boastoll, wtith an1 attlihorized caital ot' $I0,uU0),000. TI is is t he great con trolliig and ab"or"bing headc of a vast systei that extends ot to every city, toW: and considiierable viiia:,e, git -i criiv in every ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 March 1886

VOL. XV. HICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 4. 1886. - NO&: ., - The Ever-green Pine. Oh, a valiant treo Is lthe ever-green pine, That grows o.n the bleak mountain 1i10; Not n fear does it feel of the wind or the stormn, As it standls like a king in its pride. Tho lightnings mny flash 'ronind its tall way ing crest, And the wind 'mi i.s brunches mtty rave: >rut it atands in Its str"un!th like a lion at bay, Or a hero. who'll ne'cr 'o it slave Oh a sorrowfutl tree is the ("v--r-green pino That grows in the sweet smiling vale, It nurmnurs forever a low, pluintive song That reseiniles a 'torn lover's wall. It stretches Its strong. shardy branches abroad A' El it sighs to the flowers below. And it tells of imo sor-row corrodling its heart To the breezes that merrily b>low. Oh. it beautiful tree Is the ever-green pino That grows on Ihe hii11s slop1r11 side; It shelters the wooulblid, gives shade to the doer, And makes cheerful our house, far and wiie. Then honored and loved be the ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 March 1886

SlNTINEL J. E. iOG(I Hm-eih I. F. dII,HY & do., ifaolttsigbur lICKENS . .. S. C.: THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1886. 'or Subscription, $1.50 per anmnm, strictly In advance; for six months, 71Sc. Advertisements inserted at one dol1, per squa re Of one inch or less fo- the tirst Insert ion and tift tei'tt for each subseqi: elit inserth(.1 Liheral (lisCOuint made to nierchants And others Avderti3ing foF six mo.ths or by the year. bb.IttarV Notice's exceedinr fivelines, t'lrittr of Respect, (:oimmnieat.ions of a peWonalehart:eter, when admissabile, will he clired for as advertisements. or Announcing (aIndidates, live dollars each, strictly in advtnet . Art in i'l1tetts. Encouraging and substantial re Mtt.s from the Art Depai'thent of ie Piednott Institute aire now dis plavtd in several,f the Pickens hom e#. Misis Charlotte Murff has cray. tlnedl(1i laicttre of Col. J. 0. Thomp kon, making it almost a life size, and it is almost a fac simile of the cab ifet phltogeaph used as a iitode. Tlis tU...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 March 1886

Read MuFall's Almanao for 1toh. Mrs. E. K. Bog4 ie still quite sick. M roh was u iered ii, as mild as a lamb. Fresh Corti Meal every week at My FAM's. Ltt week gardening commenced iti good earnest. Dr. Riley went to Williatnton last Mond ay. The ehdol boys had a livety game of bane baf last Friday afternoon. Never mind tile weather, if the wind does blow. Just plow right on. The next meeting of the Stato Press Association will be hold in Spartanburg. Miss Zachary's school at Hampton, in Eastatoo Township, closed last Friday. You cannot gttess what office will tempt the first eandidato to send- in a V. Captain J. F. Avingt4r, whd Pas been on u trip to Orangeburg, returned last week. Mrs. E izaboth Capohart has gone on a visit to relatives and friends fit North Carolina. Mr. W. T. MeAres has built an elegant now garden on his lot below the public asinare. Sheriff, H. &. Richay has three tame white rats, which he says are far superior to "Rough on Rats." There will be prayer meetin...

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

ELECTRIC 1ELLUAPU. A NOR'TH CABOLINAN CLAIMB TH HONOR ACCOMDED TO MOsaE. dunius Lynch Clenimons %ussrts that he )iscovered the Principle and Denun. ctrated its Appication-Uls Reasons for his Very Long Silouce. (Cvrrcpn<tence of the Charlutte Obserrer.) WASJuNToN, 1). C., February 26. "Would you object to giving me a briet -ketch of y our history, and es pecially of the hi-tory ot your con nection with the iniventiotl of the electric telvrp,4l h." So said the Observer correspondent this Imorii1g to Mr Junius Lyich Ulemimonlh. "Not at all," was the reply. "I was born i.i use vimage of t:ieiumon-vi le, UIt', an (iaow [am1(s"n) ct11; Nortii Cairolila, on the first day I)e ceiber, 1813, an 11111 m,w set"emyII-t %wo ' ears of' age. I ait ituow all old inan1 but very well preserved, as tou can see. For the last y_-ar ors two I have ueen troubled with a slight dyspeosia, but apart from that my health has always been good. Indeed, I can saN what very few canl say that, for fitty five cons...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 March 1886

l r + Y ;: 1 .yr,K. i.Y<', aai }'Yl x l. "a ...vf Jy' .", t' p '<a .- r a.. .. < . _ A y , .t"f! 'V' l 7 " F'$y, ' . ,,, 1 , $ J ' ,' 4 r r" ' ? yr _ ,. .. ti/r . tY ,lX ., 5 a .r "5n. (+ . ... a" j, yr" r ,C r'MrjYkA y^f a ', Ili; a'it ".a :h? t':c r ;r ;? 3; 1 , ti tiA,Yt".,r "; ; . w A{o t :? V' p .< N,. I w , . Cos VOL. XV. ICKENS, S. C,, THURSDAY, MARCH 1 Hollyhocks. A daunting, graceless iower, you say? Ab, well, it nay be so; n still It sootns but yesterday, That morning long Igo. I almost seo the Cottage yet, The winding path-andi Margaret. A light-wingehl brceze sailed gently by; The ark's clea r note afar, Thro' the blue spaces of the sky, Slid like a falling star. I never saw her look so fair; Ah, If I told her, woultd she care. Within a scarlet hollyhock, A pollen-laden bee, Deep plunging, iado the blossom rook. She flasheI a sille at tue, And with a motion swift and light She caught the silken petals tight. Loud hummed tihe bco with angry wing "Why thus so i...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 March 1886

3 . ', BRADL>6l dQ PAOI 9opTirOSP. I'ICIbENS 0. H. .S. C: 'fItJTSDAY, 1fAtR 11, 1886. ior finbacription, $1.5O perana nm, strictly in advance; for six months, 7Yc. AdvertlernIent. inserted at one dollar persquareof one inch or less for the first insertion and fifty eeni foi' each subsequ' ent insertion. LlhOal discount made to merchants and others advertising for six months oY hv the year. Obitanry1 Notices exceeding five lines, Tribute.i of Respect, C imiuimnleations of a personal elmracter, when admissable, will beechar^ed for as advertisements. rhr Announcing Candidates, five dollars each, strictly in advance, Our Mother. Mrs. 1,. K. Bogpa, the widow of Mr. 0. W. B. Boggs, died at the residence of her son-i-law, Mr. H. I. Horton, near Willintnaton, on Wednesday morn lug the 3d instant. The next day her romains were interred in the new bury ing ground at Liberty near the Presby torian-Church. The funeral was preached by Dr. Riley. She was fifty-seven years of age, and had been,...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 March 1886

The Blair Educational Bill has based the B'natd. Mdr. - oert "bayl is very siok with the measles. 1Irs.. 0. P. I a1eEt, of Spartauburg, was in town last Sabbath. fr. Judge G. Ferguson is quite sick at his home in Greenville. On last Sabbath Tom Arter colored, died of heart disease. Susan good, wife of J'ohnson Ha good o<h,) , died last Saturday. Irish Potatoes are sold at one dollar op'er bushel by the inouutaiu wagons. 6 Legislature of Mississippi has re pealed the agricultural lion law u Watch the results. There were only two tradts of laid sold last sale day, and they were pur chased for small sund. Mrs. W. H. Hester is in ohat-ge of Miss Myra Lay's house while the latter 45 'on a visit of a few days to her mother. Hon. D. Wyatt. Aiken has our thanks for some garden seed sent us this week. The most of them are new varieties. The farmers above this town are haul ing their dotton off to market, they wont wait any longer for the price to advance. One of our best citizeni has spad...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 March 1886

IS Ke A O.levSZanil Present, la a clear sad - eriMbe Manner, hi* View of the Palp of Appointment and Bamoval. The President's message to the 8on lto in regard to its demands for papers Was received when the Senate was in secret session. When It was laid be fore the body Senator Harris proposed thatit be read with closed doors. Senators Kenna and Van Wyck pro tested al;ainst this proceeding and de manded that the doors be opened. After a brief debate Senator Harris withdrew his proposition, and when the doors were opened, the messago was read. The following i! its full text: To the Senate of the United States: Ever since the beginning of the present session of the Senate he dif ferent heads of departments attcuhed to the executive branch of the govern ment have been plied with various requests and demands fron the com mittees of the Senate, fromn members of such colmtittees, and it :ast from the Senate itself, requiring the trans mission of the reasons for the suspen. Sion of certain...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 March 1886

VOL. XV. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY. MARCH 18 1886- N MNRC. 24 In Advance. Now Winter is fighting his battles With many an toilo lance, But I'm writing a "gentlo spring" poem With the editors wish "in advance." It is full, as is usual of "violets," It allurdes to the "robin's first peep," Though a blizzard's i daily ocourronoo And the snow-drifts are seven foot deep. But the editors-singular creatures, To whom I am bound hand and foot Srasp at Father Tino's typical forolook, Till it's nearly pulled out by the root. or they get 'way ahead of the season, Soa manner most wily and Arch; 8o that while you are reading December They finish the number for March. And he who would hopo for acceptance Must strike up betimes with his tune, And sing Harvest Horne in Mid-Winter And jingle his sleigh-bells in Juno. So when my spring pren is finished, No rest does mny weary pon got; I must write a review of a novel Which isn't itself written yet ! --Besslo Chandler, in Century. JOI UNEXPECTED. It was...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 March 1886

+F. ' BR.%DLFT & Co. P.1ora1iiof . TH URSDAY, MA.RCH 18, u6 For subserI ptiton, $1. 4)per a.4 o,4 Strictly il v' a. ce; fi x :o'i." ' -. i INC'(l't i') 1 ' '' h ,' th -. : E31tlI (111r'i,l ?, * ' "1,' AM L Eat: r:. ' r, ,. ? ; ":'i. i . (> t (f . !:ttT-1i . iU t l' 11111 i1t'; c.1l'lt,4 t I ' 4 ' 1 !lt'\ Ci lithan.: t , t! b . t ' lictit\]l, b.it it z'+ I~i; 1! ti' ' Nf\ r .rt'1\ illllit lit ('1.1 i1 Y~it t 1' Ii};i(du C2(1111 iiiinitI 4'.1 }f ?.'iI .1'rll;i"e c i t, ill) il Ill10 ( t i 0 "1 'll l t c ' i i'' IIMT.} R1 I I y. ,]a !n: : h;':Z l I'7 '1-1 1' t ' , ij . *1, '1 1 _;? :i'tt ? . ) l:4i' ! Tll ] l l'~ .' ! c ( ti'l , til l b Ite '=;:y '- I 4 LU a aI' h, mi hist tu n prCJl:.-ile:mtr ifu r in a14 rl'e hded m tnd ' e . f l ;.t a hf mni aj b! .1dtam dient, topo o. i 1'At_tI. him , , L hi.l : nH( tha4 444444 isai a 1004t.' a 4 - .1h4ri1. * e 44n there..'ir. 4 ty it isd ' , 4a 4 nria' b . I i gv''' t'W(,: hI he I4 r b 1' .ar ,mk . n 11m te 114 o trib~' fut i'i4 ofte xf it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 March 1886

- -e -LjOCAf tE $ M i"y of our fart )M siO. their ctoin I allt weok. T3he iarmlom w:.i t)uoy ht7 )'ing in gil ilU laitft IV' 'C. " t11' I Jld;.fO!)tl, ! t .)'r.l ( (i i it } 2ath. T(hr fr("' it 00ti 1 'tl I'r. h1 lri','i'.1t 'tfu {h e :tF i W e aro Oh.1 to rt,itrt th t > )l",.;, .Lr2rch i improvingE. in next, 'ii'., ' )j n ?:!)oril of 1.jilt i71t.; i 1" 24th i2uc. Mr . . ' \owi ;! v V e r x n r 't t t h : - i { . \ 1iitinr 'e'l I.i!t - t d3n, tt p r'le atte;i it 4. r tl : s .- t e bi' dro thi rt.Jj,!' e )tlw hr i .> m. 11,I .. - . (inr i a !'.n .rh in a 1 i"1 1r ( i t::; - "lr i Nb l t b r"t - - lJ t!(1i )'r:l A l b o i t . ",'., l'"7,! 's i Al i lh.' I :4I:t :1112 . t": ' : I"+t . t .. t , i; r tt . ; . It ., , i . . it 1: . , 1 1 ! 4 ,7 . . ,'.-' ,. , , t!. ' tt t" tt . ' , .11 . '1411 1 I i p i t - M- n 11* 'p 4' t; 4 't ' )I 1 - .11 b' '' e i an ,a -P1 - -ir 4 4 ' n' n i'iI rftiU i C)Eg- g.'.ae: *. Shde a ., O Felrury :34, Mr. t. [L (atlhrie, admaiuitraor of tho outtt> ...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 March 1886

*PQLIL &j A lDJ 'LVJJS. A TALK WITH VOL. A. K. McOLURIU ON IMPORTANT TOPIe,,. The Editor of the Philadelphia "Tines" Subanits to an Interview and Discusses Some of the Live Issueb of the Day. Col. A. K. McClure, the distinguish d editor of the Philadelphia Times, recently pAssed through Chauleastone, and was interviewed by. a rtporter of the News and Cuurier. II reply to requests for an expression of his views upon elithlrent natters now greatly -ugaging the putlic aleltion, Col. 4cClua maid: CIVIL SERVICE: REFotM. "In the ilust place, we have more professioinal poiiticians in the North than you have here. We have a great deal of dissatisfaci ion as to the civil service reform policy of the President but It is among the politiciaans who are so by trade and who expect Mr. Cleveland to do just what he has promised not to do. But there is no dout that the overwhelhiing sentiment of the Deinocrats of the North is in favor of Mr. Cleveland's policy ; and tnat senltiment, is growing s...

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