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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 March 1886

4 * IALS VOL. XV. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 21 V O L X V _ __ _ _ _ _1 8 8 . N . 2 5 .. / A Land of Gladness. How softly flow among Sonoma's hills The loo-cold springs, the merry-hearted rills Fragrance of pin my wandering fanoy thrills, Till, oven through the city's noise'built walls, 1 hoar the chant of sudden waterfalls, Onco more, through codar boughs the black bird calls. Thero are wild cliffs on Mendocino's shore, And well I know the seaweed on thn floor Of hidden caves, and nany a arvel more. Pucific's heart hath legends wise and old; fio thou, and wait in voices mnanifold When storms are loose, to hear the story told. A ain I see gray mountains purely clad With gleamning snow, vast peaks forever clad Such heights as these the elder singers had. Again one hails the sunlight's burst of foam On Lassen's peaks, on Shasta's snowy dome, Whete JIlIes bloorn beneath the glacier's homo. But best the redwood shado, the peace it brings, Where fancies rise as crystal mountain srpr...

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. — 25 March 1886

TdE S- NTI1\EL J. E. BOJGOS EDITOR. P. 1 . I3 LE :.1).1:t 00.o PRORERGn. ICl%KENS U. [l..S. C.: Ti1URSDAY, MARCH 25, 1886. For yubscrption, $1.50 pera'lnum, strictly in adviance; forsix milonti . 75e. Advertiselents ins'rt ed at one dollar per sitnre of on(- inch or Ies. fiot the first. ins;':tion anad tifty cents for each sub seql cat ins.rtion. f.i1wr:aI dise. mnt m:ulcto ni :r('emto :rll ot!ers alvert isitig for six ni maths or hv. the year. O )ltary Notices txceeling five lines, T'tes olcwf Resphect, (Jomnanuications of ! pr.4lnalch.uai er, whei inii ssabile, will hech:iril for a t,lvertisemnnts. For Announcing Can(lidates, five dollars each, strictly in adlv:ance. No D)obbt. Thereis no longer ny doubt about the confirmation of Major D. F. (radley, as Collector of Internal Revenue of South Carolina. All ob staclens, if there ever were any, have b)ien entirely removed'. The difllcul ties or diflerenees letween the Pres ilent and Senate se1m. to have biet, ill Some waay, with a ha...

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. — 25 March 1886

L.OCAI4 ITEN[MS. Firehl IFlah) At;A. if. Mairiai1.J Su21tor Ootnty hit- a whitg partridgo There are three c.o:i of m1oa1:al3 at the jail. T1hig is olunpaigu y(iar. Sutbieribo foi yLU SENTIN1rn Sono of the Pickens youth di'cardei their 1loei lat week. Prayor-meeting in the Prshyteriani Church Wednesday evcnini M1r.'n1m Davidson has rgono to .CGreunvil to Hell tsewing macghints. MiMS Fh'ta. Ste!phfnH, of Pon(lloton, is? visiting Miss Nora Iendricks. Now is the time for tho:s who pl-tn potatoes inl the lmool to p)lailt them. Thelre it a Post Office in Piv!h e: Coun ty, Georgia, called Talking Rock. Some of the lisms of the law have been giving the game birds a last roand for this seaHon. T relto are now in the Snthtlor1 Statet 139 otton Hee( mills. In 1860 there was not one. Tio Town Cmnlil of ('entral is de terminled to) sto) the illicit sale of whis key. Thie service of song it tih Meth<list Ch urebl hast '."Thuro{day evening, was very nlueh enjoyed by the young folks. Tho wheat a...

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

CLEVULA2ID AND ItELG10N. Gratified by the Prayers of the PioUs, But fating Everythinag Like Iypocrisy. ( Washington Letter to Pittsburg Leader.) "A very large per cent. of the peo ple throughout the connbry seem to be bent on evangelizing President Cleve land," observed one of the Chief Ex eoutive's most Intimate. frietads to-day. "Mr. Cleveland was telling me the other day that he sometiimes thought there was anl impression in the minds of to many good folks that he pre sent )d a rare opport unity for the pnis slonaries. I asked him why he thought so and he laughingly replied: 'Oh. if the advice given me was cot.cen trated on Africa, it woulsl civilize and Christianize that whole wild and wicked and dark country.' I had to laugh, for there was so much serious ness and yet dry bumor in it all. Cleveland realizes, as lie is reminded so often and so forcihly, that in a cer tain way he sets an example to the world, but it worries him a little, I can see, to be told by hundreds of peo p...

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

VOL. XV. P[CKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 1 1886. NO. 26 A Lost Friend. y flriend he was; a friend from aR the rest, With ohildlike faith he o 'd to me his breast. No door was looked on a ar, grave, or grief; No weakness veiled, biddbn no disbellef. The help, the sorrow, and the wrong were Aad, ah! the shadow only showed the fair. I gave him love for love, but deep within I magnified each frailty into sin; Bach hill-topped foible in the sunset glowed, Obscuring vale where rivered virtues flowedt Reproof became repoach, till common grew The captious word at every fault I know. He smfled upon the censorship, and bore With patient love the touch that wounded sore; Until at length, so had my blindness grown, He knew 1 Judged him by his faults alone. Alone, of all men, I knew him best, Refused the gold, to take the dross for test! Cold stranger, honored for the worth they His friend forgot the diamond in the flaw. At last it camo-the day ho stood apart, When from my eyes ho proudly veiled...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 April 1886

.TdE. SENTNEL ....J. . E. B .MC0S lDrro l:( i t3. N . 13::.1.1ISL1 & (Xi ., l1itii'iiii? 'OIi. tl, ICjiI S 10. S... C.: ( THURSDAY, APUL 1, 1886. . o For subscriIpt Ion, $l .150 w)'rannmin totric"tly in a;<\Ivan c l orSix m)out.Ih, 75 c. tl -Adver"tilum'iitet s inser-tc; :at one l llar a picr "(<1i:1 e ofone il.--i Iv se's f)or the lirst ti inS('rtil 1n ( a lti ft % rrut I for c:u 1h sub ccp'r bnt, insertion. LIi I l ilist' nt l e):1 to ( i,(relm:ults aid r4l r.,4 : :?-ertising; for six 0 mot hIIs \ bI tihe ve:ir. ldtu:.try Ni)tijc's expee<line1. live'lineM, i ti Tirii tes of t (';l >c'!, 'mnnu)1n;itions l Of a pe1rsoalehanit('t cier, len Iwlisable, will~ ~ ~~ hbrnifr -Iverli.en)-nt'. tor Announeing ('itndlIateS, tive p dollars cth, strictly in a valnce. ti -(Next Mondlay. t I)o not fail to coic to the mass I H mneetiig to be held in the court house next Mon 1y. The farm ers Conven- i tion sells to have bic'('oie the gene ral topic througxthott the county. It 1 is ea...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 April 1886

* CAt.~ ITrEMS . Tne best botten i6Iling for eight ad d ' 1alf ont. Cl t V the mass meeting next 1on. day. Use Mr. McFall's Almantao as a com nercial gdide for April We promised not not to toll who it was wanted to buy a sot of torracoo Yor 1 farm. Mrs. IM. .A Morgan and son Mark, of (rea , are visiting relativos in Pick 1BLk. About one hundred and fifty hands Lavo paid the commutation road tax for thin year. The Fasley Messengor says over one thopand tons of guano have boon deliv ed at that pluco. Last iMouduy was the tLty for working the streets, but on acikmut of tlio rain %othing was done. Capt. John L. Tlitrnioy has added an legant new piano to the many attrac ions of his happy 1ome'y. A god deal of cotton was whirled into narket last woek, the beat quality bring ing about 81 cents per pound. The Rev's. Moody and Sankey, con 'dnctel a meeting in Charle~'ton Itm week, which resulted in mtuh good. On the 22dI ult. the town of Seneca elected a ''dry" ticket by it majority of Iwont...

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

A RAiD) (N THE 8OUT1H. TRE IEPUBLICAN PROORAMMEc FOR THU FALL CAMPAIGN. RepentIng the Attack on tlie Pauldent.- I The Struggle for Oregon.-Soft Words for 1 the South. (Corre*pondence of the News and Courier.) t 1VASHIEGToN, March 2S.-Uio visi ble effect of the wartare iauguraed up,ln the Adiniisltration by the Re- i publi 5an Senatll hao- 6cen te triug the Presldent and 1)emocratic t:,oIg e menCt1 into beitttr relatitnls ltal eXisttd . at the opening of t tonti,c-s. Senlato i Plunb, of Kxnhas, who4 rpp'ed the I E hInundy Iov'leent Irol its incleption a41111 wtho hIt: nol IIIteruvtevred to coI ceal his upp,l,si'iun, relna rkel thit it wts ibolish policy t'ro) a political view. lie sai.i a in onIlth or nmre ago: "By3t ai.:ailinlg the P'resl,dtte we (he l j,t blil;eans) will ilovitbly drive thelt Denercats to his .u ppot. T1hey' can. not. do an.% thiult else." Senator" P'lumlb's political percept ion h:tt been verified by the re,nlt. It was patent to t he Denocrats at the outset t hat ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 April 1886

VOL.XV.PI-CKENS-9 S. Co, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 86 Inathe Lonely Baek Pew. The sermon was fong and the preacker was The eusion was soft and the corner was And, musing, I know Dy my side in the pew Was a dear little faoo that was dimpled and rosy. A stray bit of lace and the curl of a feather Lay lose "aw chock, and I didn't care Tservie was long. Or teirting was wrong In a lonely back pow, as we knelt down to gether. In reading we prayers we had one book be. tween ust 8o sweet was her smile that, had nobody seen us, While bent on our knees (Oh how Cupid did teasel) I had stolen a kiss with the prayer book tc screen us. In the oriel window the sunlight was gleam. In my frowsy old brain I felt love fancies teeusw; Then my heart gave a thump But my head got a bump On the back of the pow-I had only boon dreaming. -Life. A SOCIETY LADY. Maw the Demands of Fashion Are Sat isfled. lreo .ne Morning Bath to the Evening Reception. A LIFE OF LUXURY. A little French gilt timepiece ticking away the ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 April 1886

Tii SENTiNL. ; . I. i 1LADLEY & CO., 'torattrow:s. P'ICKENS 0. II..S. C.: THURSDAY, APRIL $, 18$6. t for SibUt(ti'ijtionj $ I150 p'rannn, atrietly in advance; for six months, 'Se. AdvertMeneutM inserted at one dollut" persquare of one inch or less for the tirst insertion dind tift V cents for c;te Suhsequ e ' t insert ion. l'.iber;tl dliycount made to muvrcha nts aduu others a<dvertising for six months or hu the ve;tts Olitttry Not e t'XC(tee di1 L fl'. lin es, 'Irihitt' dof Res'pect, Cotimunientions 1f a ik(raonaleharnet er, when (ttaiissabhle, will he ehnrged for a' :iivertisements. 1 or Announcing Candidates, live dollars each, strictly in advance. The (toni'ention. The proceedings of the convention are crowded out this week. Tho nneeting was rather lively. The fol lowing were elected as delegates: 1essrs. Jere Looper, W. T. Field, J. C. Griffin, S. W. Clayton, and C. L. Hollingsworth with Win. Major, Tho nis Parkins, W. B. Allgood and Thos. Looper as alternates. The proce...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 April 1886

LOCAL ITEfMe Bpring has'dom,. Lizzards are drawling.. Peach trees are blooming, The swallow twitters frdti the straw Sbutilt shed. Wheat is small, but the o ob-seems to 'be vigorous. Mrs. George K. Itoudridks wits very I1 last week. Roligion, like goht, .is frequently used o pla 1ase nfetals. There was4 a shower of hail north of 4 'iukens last Sabbath. Mrs. W. J. Branlett is on a visit to -ellttivos in Greenville. The Town Council had the streets worked last week, Itndildu Avenue has been piut in ''ood i:. We are glad to learn that idol. D. Wy. tt Aiken is improving. 08o far as we can learn terraces stood he washing rains surprisingly well. We are informed that Mr. E at Day's amtpost machine works admirably. There wero still several cases of mea .les on the Saluda side last week. The town election last Monday, resul +d in the choice of the intIUbents. The Reowee Courier is in favor of a onvention to rembdel the constitution. Mr. Durnut has placed a very neat and ibstantial paling fe...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 April 1886

T16 *ELsLMWwATKS. pisastrous bloods in Different Portions of 8 the Country---Simh Detail. of the Dana. age by the Floods. BRun4oIlai, ALA., April 1.--A spec.at to the Age from river towns of e North Alabama, show that the ef'ects t of the freshet are greater even than e telegraphed yesterday. Gadsden re- ft ports the Coosa rtver at is highest ii mark, and still rising with alarming L reports from above. All railroad c bridges on the branch road between d Atlanta and Gadsden are swept away, and a number of washouts ol the it Alabama Great Southern are reported ( on both sides of Atlaiuta. The mill b and lumber interests at Gadsden suit faed immense damage. The Tennes- t see river is reported out of its banks t at several points. From Tuscaloosa, J on the Ma ion river, advices are serious, though it is believed the worst has passed. Many houses on either side of' the river have been abandoned, and water is running through the doors and windows. Some families occupy upper stories of iw...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 April 1886

"v VOL. XV. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 15 1886 -NO 28. T*E LIrTLE _ SOHOOLMA'AM. '"Speakin' of the rural regions," said an old obap at the end of . a bar, who had trouble in raising a glass of beer to his mouth with his right arm, "I might be indoood to relate a leetle adventure which happened to me in Injiany." He was earnestly advised to free his consolence of its burdens, and he eon tinued: "Well, I hsd been ha,ngin' around In dianapolIs for several weeks, and finally the pollee judge advised me to, leave town.. I never argy with a police judge. When they come right down to fatherly advice I aceept it and git..1 left the town ipside of two htours, and it didn't take me over three hours .to roach a mile-post ten miles away. About 4 o'clock in the afternoon, as I was restin' beside the highway, a sehqolma'am passed. She was a chipper leetle body, weighin' about ninety pounds, and white-faced, and when I sort o' ria up to ax her if she didn't have a bite to eat in her basket sh...

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 April 1886

fESENTINEL. J. E. BOGOS ECa-rou. j. F. BR.ADLEY & o., PEopavonu. PtICKENS ). II..S. C.: THURSDAY, APIL 15, 1886. Ior Subscription, $1.50 perannurn, strictly in advance; for six months. 76c. Advertisements inserted at one dollar per squareofone inch Orles for the first Iusertion and fifty cents for each subsegu et insertIon. f'iberal tliscomnt made to n-Archants anti others advertising for six montbs of by the year. Obtitatty Notices exceeding: five lines, Tribtites of Respect, Comnllnieations ofa peroonal character, when admissable, will becharged for as advertisements. Por Announcing Cantdidates, five dollars euch, strictly in advance. Comuisaioner'R Court. The County Conunissioners were occupied three days last waek in hear ing testimony as to the practicability of making a road from Pickens to Easley on the route marked out by the spocial commissioners last l anun ry. They decideded to reassemble the special counissioners for the pur pose of making such changes in the route a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 April 1886

LCAL ITEM~iS0 There was a white frost last ThuirsdAy moruing. Mr. B. Frank Io6erlI0u was in town last Friday. Communioation anme too late for pub Iicdation this week. Miss Kannie Zaohary is teaching behool near Mr. Roberlmous. Dr. Riley went to the Presbytery at Newberry last week. Mr. La In aultin is auuounced as a oatiditl for School Oommisoner. Roseola, or some - other disease of the measley tribe, is; now epidemio in this town. , Miss Nanuie Cox is . teaching school kiear r W. T. O'Pell's in Liberty Township. Rev. A. W. Moore preached in thn Methodirs Church a.t this place. oft the evening of the 7th inst. Greenville was represented in our town last Sabbath by Mossrs. Authur $edell and John Howell. Mr. W.' M. Jones, of the Spartanburg Herald, and Mr. S. T. MoCravoy were in Pioenns last Sabbath. Miss Leila (Grogan of Elberton Geor gia, and Miss Ellis Crittenden of Green ville, are visi.ting Mrs. J. E. Boggs. The Eighth Circuit will be called in the tuprenie Court on Monday the 17...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 April 1886

A HERO AMONG HEROES. ~h 01 STONEWALL JACKELON At THE BAT* ce TLE 01 OIIANCELLORSVILLE. st al The Tribute of a Federal Soldier to the t Military Genius of "the Most Able Lieu- ti tenant of our Civil War." fo The fourth lecture of a series on the tih civil war at the Lowell Institute, Bos- I ton, was delivered some time ago by ti Col. Theodore A. l)odgc. one o' the best bi known men il Bostou military circles. S lie served constantly in the Army of Si the Potonmac (inl every volunteer reg it ilental rnk up to that of colonel), D from the Peninsula, where he was th with Kearncy, through Pope's and ba Burnside's campaug)ns, and at Chan- 1t( cellorsville and Gettysburg. of The bill) ject of Col. )udge's lect ure was "Chancellortville," and particu- w larly the great ethtnk movenent wtf ow StonewalI Jackson which turned the L tide of war on the memorable second at of May, 1862. 11 Col. Dodge related in detail the movements of the Army of the Poto- h mac which led to their ass(u ill .osi- ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 April 1886

.' v VOL. XV. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1880. r Alter the Fall of Troy. Troy has fallen; and never will be War like thp war that was wage<d for me. Could I but have those ten years back again, With the love and the glory, the pleasure like pai, The crrsh of armas and the din of the fight, The feasting antd nusic, th color and lightI Yet, mixed with It all, there sounded to me " Ever a ioau from the far off sca. There still remains this for all time to bo: The war of t he world was fought for no. Give fhtont no pity who died for ne there: Mien can nevermore 1l1o for a faco so fair. Anti what does it mlatter that now they lie. Qulet and silent, beneath the sky? - Ueneuber that none evermore can be Back for those years In Troy with me. -Florence 1 eacock, in Academy. tUnder the Snow. June, with its roses, wertt long tago; To-night the earth's lying deep under the Snow; Hope's richest treasures, like roses of yore, Are scattered and vanished, to conoe never 111ore. The brea...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 April 1886

TdE SENTNEL. J. B. 200GGB 3RrIOIi: b. F. D Ti IDbEY & di.., 15a3ic rtoi . PL i1ENS 0. H. ,S. C.: THURSDAY, APRIL 'i, 1886. AiStve'd Him Right. A colored man pretended to twvo White men that he knew tito *Wie hbouts of a fugitive from justice, one iof Abbovilld iililty's offenders, for wha 1i l'eward has berIl dfired hi! Would-be detectiv after telling two or thie dif'erent tales abcnt the matter, last Week conductOd the nieni to the house of Spedkled John Hun ter, ill this coiinty, td said that Johi vas tice mlai1. ThIe two men were so well satisfied that thAr pilot Was an unmitigated liar, that thef took him out and made Speckled John give him a good thrashing. Since the abo vo was pit in type, Ave learn that the man who A as wlhippa ld, is Dick Jones, colored, hero were eight men" in the partyj an1d they were after a negro implicated in n Aobeville county midor some ten i'eat's ago. The Conilg ConVtitiou. PThe conveiition, which niCets in (Columbia on the 29th inst., is oxpcc ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 April 1886

. LOCAL 1TV10MMI )ilig.no is th mother o' idd inck Mis )idy Niamons is visiting Misr Myra Lay. Mr. if. A. Rietoy iiow has sevor daughters. The timno for planting cotton! seed in a band. Mr. Thomax Pow(ishan a door houn< ninetoon years old. Mr. T. Loopor ha8 moved to Hon d6r.tozT, N. C. Mliss Lizzie Hultcliins lias a flourishing school near Mr. E. S. Griflin'". Mr J. 1. C1ydo is announced as a ean. didato for Auditor. Mr. W. S. I,untor, of Seneda. was in towfi last Monday. Mr. 1). G<rice is aumounced thin wcek hs a caudidato for County Audit'ar. We regret to learn that Iev. 1. W. Hutchins is still quito hi(k: The Rlo:eola, a!sAurieola, has someo What sub>aidled. Hon. (''harlvs i. Smith, (Bill Arp) it expectocd to v'isit" Anderson this weok. Mr. J. B. Newhery is prosent ed as it 'auidi1ate for the ollieo of Probato Judge. Col. Elias McGee, of Anderson Coui ty, died last week of heart diseseo at the age of ;3 years Lo-t time i: imever fotnd again, and what wo (all timo enough ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 April 1886

AN APPALLING CALAMIT' SECTIONS OFMINN}I OTA#AID VASTE BY A YCLOiN l. Upwards of Three Hundred People KilledI " and Wounded...Two Hundred Houses Levelled In One Town...The Storn El-e where. ST. PAUL, MINN., April 14.-St. Cloud and Sauk Rapids, this 4atiie, were swept by a terribly destructive cyclone about 5:30 o'clock this after noon. The first knowledge- of the di1aster was contained in a telegram sent to Mayor Ames from St. Cloud, reporting tie disaster and asking that a special be sent with physi.cian11s. A bililar dispatch WAS recccived frotl Sank Rapids. Immediately upon re ceipt of these messages preparations were nadie to restpond to (lie call for help. A train, for St. Cloud left at 6 o'clock. Information at hand is very meagre, and sensational reports ar'e eeurrent that one hundred people were killed. It is believed that. at !east forty persons have beei killed and about seventy-five wounded, but it is impossible to get much informationl as yet. All is excitement and the st...

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