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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 April 1886

VOL. XV. __PICKENS, S. C,, THURSDAY, APRILI9 86.N.0 - Odo to the Buffalo Girl. Will the Itutfalo girl com0 out to-night And dance by the light of the moon? On tho elevator tower it tilokors bright, 'I'ho hunar orb of June And an underfed poet can dance as light As n fny in silver shoon. O Buffalo girl with the wealthy pop, And the flour-mills huge and high There's a woinierful charm to which poets drop In your tenilir azure eye; I coulI rhyine for you with never a atop To the saccharino by-and-by. O luffalo girl, your great big lake Is a duck-pond beside my hoart, That throbs and throbs till it's nigh to break And 'tis you that have caused it smart. O rise and give the etenit shako To the fate that keeps us nlartl O Buffalo girl come out to-iight, And elope by the light of the moonI Ani a Wagner car shall ail our flight, As we skip 'neathy the sky of June And your parents will probably do what's right, And conio down with t he scads full soon. -Puck's Annual. IN SILENT I)lEAD. A cle...

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 April 1886

3. E. BO(G1S Em-roT; -. F-i.tawDLEY & (O:, F1ioni-iiroib. PICKENS J. H1..S. C.: i THURS)AY, APlIL 2), 1886. A Pleasiint Tr'ip. Last Thursday iii COllpa1V with 0l..1. J. Norton, Messi's. P. Mcl). Alexander and J. E. Ia'ood Jr., we started for Walhalhn. About feeding time we stoppe.d at Mrs. Frianee Nor ton'tt ne.? old Pit kens. )e:liliintg a sc'sg tifdii fia lu, tatictli to eilc w itlh fir?. Nortonl, wv( accep)ted the ntext hest proposition, which was to allow 118 to spread u-" lunclh on her diiig fable arid supplement it. with cool Kwee milk, alid an old timie dish of golden huttenf Mrs. Norton is now sixty-seven yea1r3 of age, but is as ac tive and energetic as a immld of sevenl The corn in many fields was already up, and the wheat looks promising. We passed several farms on which one seeiii.d to be doi'g got(1 sO'Vice draw iug the plow, anld in one inStance we noticed a woiiiti who had lir hus band harnessed to the -plow and wy driving him fur all they both were ur)th. WIalhal...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 April 1886

LO CAL 3TELMt4 i,ead notice of Colle(ir'A said. There are still a few baiisEA of randol In town. There will 11o a pidnid at Liborly Iioxt t3atur4ay' The Last r blow did ndt odiiie until T nst Monday. Mr. Torn Alexander is merchandising itt t..e High Falls on Little River. Col. J. J. Norton was in town last ieek on professional business. a iolliuswortht is visiting cie Hagood of Charleston. Mrs. Lucona Alexander and Mrs. S. P. Bruce are visiting relatives in Greenville. Read the cards under the head of an nolnoononts. More new canli(lates thiq " week. Goat Jim White says he daiiidt rais y more kids on account of the stock law in Oconee. BEAn TIUS TN MI?TD.-=Announce mnllits for office, to redeive attention, must be ioeompanied Uy t13d Easli. ' he Clerk of tlti Court and the law yers were busy in referonco ctsos, last week. Mr. Frank dobU, of Laurolus, was married to Miss Mattio Calhdinn of Ab bevile on the 8th inst. Dr. J. I Hollingsworth and Mr. F. G. Mauldin went to Easstatoe lat M...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 April 1886

(01TON NO LONGER KING.. ' t AN INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION IN THE 8 STATE OF MIS$ISSIPpI. 1 Au Interesting Review by Gon. Stephen I). Leo of ?he Progress Mado in lreaking Up the All-Cotton Idea--.Promiso for the Near Future. (Washington Letter to the ,e York Star.) I Gen. Stephen D. Lee, president of the Agricultural and Mechanical Col lege of Mississippi, has been in the city a few days. Your corres pondent, knowing that Mississippi has taken the lead among the Southern States in an organized movement of redenption from the cotton s)eciatly the fetich of the one crop idea-and that Gen. Lee, as the head ot the machinery of that noveluent, would be eminently quali fled to speak of its achievements n(1 its prospects, called on him at the Ebbitt house. Gen. Lee Was. enthusiastic over the outlook for his adopted State, and readily respond ed to all interrogatories. The follow ing is averbal im rel,ort of his rcmuarks: "A revolution is goiig on in Mi.s is4i))i inl diver&ifvin g her industt...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 May 1886

VOL. XV. PICKE{NS, S. C. THURSDAY, MAY G,186NO3. THE FARMERS IN COUNCIL. PROCEEDINGS O THE STATE CONVEN TION IN CULUMDIA. A Large Hody of Good Make-tIp-Ncarly All the Countley liepreseuted-.'~-he Proceedings In Detail. Pursuant to the call heretofore pub liehed, the State Convention of Farmers met in Agricultural Hall, Columbia, on thq 29th nit. Promptly at 12 o'clock the Copvention was called to order by Capt. 1). R. Tillman, of Edgefield, who pro ceeded to deliver an address in substance as follows: - If!L wore much in lovo with myself, this manifestation of approval you have just given me might turn my head and make me egotistical. I hopo to prove before I conclude what I have to say that, while I am a man who entertains positive opinions and am not afraid to express them unequivocally when occasion de " mands, yet still I know who 1 am and what I am. I have been asked to call this convention to order, and stato my views as to the objects to be gained and the proper mode of proce...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 May 1886

THIE SENTiINEL J. F. I1()OS Isirorre . l. l.i El)L1Y ' doC(., 1IE(Wlttfons. P'ICKENS U. H1..S. C.: THURSDAY, MAX' r, 1886. The (1amuD#Fgnl. Ve suppose there is no colity in the State in which the race for oliec 3s run ImoIr' pkeasantl1y than in this. l'he ablsenuce of a disposition to in tent and spread disreputable tales is tatte for ('olgr1atunlation. A c rdi date for ofiice now-r-.lays is at once tonslide'ed1 pulic property, a11(1 i1 frequently 111(1e the vktiiii of jokes, Whdl i '' a Sometim11es uised as cloaks under which to give expression to the worst kind of nn!ice. What was at first intended as an innocent joke is siomnetimes (isturted into the most un favorable criticism. No one who has not seen a sensitive candidate smart ing under the i;tsh of ptblie criticism Cati appreciate iLs power. If suct should be suppressed by pulc1 opin aon, it would add ten-fold to the val ti and popularity of primary elcc tions. There aie manp good man, in ever; ('Cunlty, whose comon111110, pr...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 May 1886

Trlhe copious rains of last wrdk t+amo it ioodl time. Fairersi ard somewiat bohliU with their work. Germao n and Pearl (Cat tail) Mille &ind Milo Maize at Sloan iro. Col. R. A. liowon ham elrouraging &ail road news from Mr. Schofield, Read t:all for neting of Stock-holders. 'he COWS, calves and colts belonging to those who have gras and clover pattt,es are now happy. A Presbyterian Church will be orgai Ized at Easley next Saturday, instead of last, as3 was stated last week. The bditcr has roseola, or the roaeola the editor, we are not prepared to y which. Jre is stayin it athomuo a few iiays to have it deteruined. Rev. A. P. Nicholson has necepted t-h'i luvit&tion to proach at Liberty andct (n tral, and will move to Central som etim e Uuriug.this motuti. The stulonts of the Pie,lrnont Isi tuto had a most enjoyable pienic at Mr. blenents Mill last Saturday. Miss lHt. tie Grady was crowned May Q(Ieen. A mule belonging to Mr. Elias Day, which was shot in the aide (accidenta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 May 1886

JeWr Davis Es Montpmery. holy war for defense. Well do * remem ber seeing your gentle boys, so small, to use a farmer's phrase, they might have been called seed corn, moving on with eager step and fearless brow to the carni val of death; and I have also looked upon them when their knapsacks and muskets seemed heavier than tho boys, and my eyes, partaking of a mother's weakness, filled with tears. Those days have passed. Many of them have found nameless graves; but they are not dead. They live in memory, and their spirits stand out a grand reserve of that column which is marching on with unfaltering steps to ward the goal of constitutional liberty. [Applause.] "It were in vain if 1 should attempt, as I have already said, to express my gratitude to you.. I am standing now very nearly on the spot where I stood when I took the oath of oflice in 18(i1. Your demonstration now exceeds that which welcomed me then. This shows that the spirit of Southern lilerty is not dead. [Long and continu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 May 1886

An Interesting bktehch of ueie' Women Who hlave Ieen Mintregee of tlie i'e lIonMP. (From the l'hi)ado'phia 'Tines.) T.Ihe iUnnonnecctm( nt that tlic Prosidentt vll narry Miss Frances Folson in .Jule recalls the historic series of White House 11U1)tials. Washington, it is well known, narried long before lie became 1.'resi dent, or even general of the army. He met the lovely Widow Custis at Wil liamsburg d'uring his service as a mcii ber of the Virginia Legislature. Mrs. Washington presided over the Ixecutive household at the seat of govern itent, first in New York, then in this city, with a good deal of formalit.y. Their house in this city was one rented from Robert Morris, on Market street, 1etweein Fifth and Sixth. It was here the Friday levees were held, and the rules were very rigor " ouis. The first 'resident's wife was born a Jones, that of the second a Smith - Abi gail Smith-so the lt)ublic, so Iar as the (lomestic head of it was concerned, was ushered int with at certainl dem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 May 1886

THE .SENTINEL, J. ll. BOGUS EDrron. P. F. BRAi)I.1Y & QO., PaormunTous. PILKENS V. II..S. C.: TIlUISDAY, MAY 13, 1886. A Good Lawyer Gone. On the morning of the 3d inst., Maj. James H. Wliitner, of Green ville, died sudlenly of heart disease. On the day following the funeral was had fiom the Presbyterian church. Maj. Whitner w a truly one of na ture's noblemen. He was endowed with the finest qualities of mind and heart, and these natural advantages were enchaned by the most liberal culture. A profound, cautious and paiistaking lawyer, he had the re spect and admiration of the profess ion. The woof and warp of his le gal training were justice and equity. Ever just to his client, he was always generous to the opposite party. His practice was simply a laborious, ear nest search for the right. The op posing counsel always had occasion to commend his fairness. He has left a professional record that is well worthy of emmulation. Restle,x Labor. Last week the great railroad strike in S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 May 1886

L'OCA.L ITEMS. There is a good orop of plums. Strawberries and oream want to be did slow, to get the flavor. The maple and elms along the streets are getting to be nico shade trees. The citizens generally havo gone into tho whitewashing business. We are glad to report our Mr. Thomp eon as somewhat improving. Thcro is considerable complaint about the stand of cotton being irregular. Miss Id6 ' Hollingsworth has returned from a most pleasant trip to Charleston. Mr. 0. W. James has return ed from his trip to the mountains, eiured and feel ing good. * Mr. 3. MoD. Bruoo went to Charles ton last Tuesday to attend the U. S. Court as a grand juror. Rev, J. C. Davis will preach in the Methodist Church at this place, next Sabbath evening. Only a few eases of roseola remain. The holders are anxio'.s to dispose of thorn at or below cost. Mr. J. F. Folgcr has been quite sick from a rising in his throat, caused by having a tooth pulled. Beo change of advertisement of A. M. Morris, in this issue, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 May 1886

SWINDLING "UNCLE SAM." QANOILED STAMTPS' OLEANEI AND USED IN Li ROE QUANTITIES. t Washing with Aeids--Patchiing Together Unoanceled Parts of Several Stamps Eow-They Are used. t (From the New York Star.) "The most troublesome offenders f against government laws' are the cx- a ports who use canceled postage stamps," I said a postoftice official the other day. f "They have a -vsten of washing out 1 the cancellation marks that is so suc cessful as to unke detecion alno-t . Impossible. In the offices of large cities I like New York and Chicago, where so many letters are handled 'daily, and twbere rapidity is the most desirable 1 feature, it is. ilpossiblc iir the men 1 who cancel stamps to eaatmine each one carefiily. Then, too, a great deal of the wo k is done by gaslight, and this is I point which tendls to aid the conspit'ator against, the goverunent's incomne. "Any one whu has seen a postoftice employ6 in the New York office grab a bunnie of letters and cancel-the stamps with lightni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 May 1886

- - - - -, .~.,...-' *~* y'9~I~ - - -% 4 A4~ - -~ 32. yQI, ~y PICKENS, S. C., ThURSDAY, MAY 20, 1886. NO. mere bunching, however, is not the most important thing to be compassed; killing the grass along the line of drill and thinning the bruch out so the p ants will not crowd ai. dwarf each other are the main disidera'a. .This, it strikes us, the harrow will do hotter than anything else. After the harrow has done its work, then probably a chopper might be used advantageously. The bringing to a final stand will probably always re quire some hand labor, but, ' aside from this, cotton cultivation ought to be done exclusively by machines. We have no doubt the proper implements for the purpose will be forthcoming in due time. Machine-mado cotton alone in this country can compete with that raised by cheap labor in India and elsewhere. It is of the first. importance that the early workings of crops should he re peated at short intervals, and thorough ly (lone. Now is the time to kill grass...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 May 1886

. 'f'.~ HR NT EL. J, E. BOQGS EDrTon. ). BRADLEY & 00., PaormaiTeO. PICKENS 0. ii.,8. C.: THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1886. Western and southern Congressmen .,eceive a groat many potions asking or an appropriation of $100 per cap ta for the purpose of aiding col red peoplo to emigrate to Liberia. senator Brown has received a peti ion representing 585 colored people, rho desire to emigrate. We suppose there is not a colored ian in this County who would care ) go into the arrangement. If the olored people here, get their rations "wd the privilege to attend their "big aeetings" and sing, they are con entod. The Railroad. We trust the doubting Thomases iill have something before many days a which they can pin their faith. tome was not built in one day. Large aodios move slowly. We still believe ho Cumberland Gap Railroad will be iuilt. Then large bodies will go brough these mountains at the rate f forty miles an hour. Memorial Day. This day, sacred to the memory of he "Confederate Dead," was ...

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. — 20 May 1886

LOCAL ITEMs 4. 'Hoe do oorn Moses,' and the cotton too. Two new candidates this week. We had some real June weather last week. , Mrs. R. A. Child is visiting relatives in Atlanta. Our Mr. Thompson was able to be up town last Saturday. Mr. J. O. Smith advertisos a separa tvr for sale In this issue. Mr. John .:i Chastain was admitted to bail last Monday. 5 Maj. R. A. Child is in attendance upon the Supreme Court. Mrs. L. L. Green, of Anderson, is vis iting Mrs. J. J. Lewis. apt. J. L. Thoruley is in attendance upon the U. S. Court at Charleston. Court will convene at this place on the first Monday in June. IS you want a pair of good summer ehoes, call on B. S. Morgan of Green ville. Mr. J. H. (I. MoDaniel'has been quite 511 'for several days. We are glad to learn that he is improving. Messrs. J. Boatwright and Joe Miller, are building a handsome two-story dwel " ling house for Dr. Bramlett. Several of the Pickene young peoplo attended the picnic at Bowen'e Mills last Saturday. Rev. S....

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 May 1886

1tE DOOM OF OLUVflIr. No Aprrent ('hnce for Him to Escape the '1 GallowM-- onaething of the Urin(e He Com. nitltd. The case of Thomas J. Cluvorius, con victed of the murder of Fannie Lillian c Madison, has attriwted widespread atteu- i; tion. As the facts of the case may have r passed out of recol'etion, a brief state- s mnent may now be Proper. Otn the 13th s March, 18*5, at 3 o'clock, a. m., Miss i Fannie Lillian MalisotT arrived in tiel- e mond from Bath county and went to th4 r American Itold, where site registered as s "Miss F. L. Merton." Next morning i her dead iotl was found in the old city I reservoir, a short distatnee west of Holly- t wood cemetery. On the 18th, near < Little Plymouth, in the county of King I and Queen, her first cousin, '1'. J. Cluve rius (la-veers), was arrested, charged ( with the murder of the deceased. He 1 vaived an examination before tho Police 1 Justice, was indict'd in April, and was 1 brought. to trial in the Hustings Court. of Eiclmntonud at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 May 1886

VOL. XV. PICKENS, S. C.~ TIIITSAYMY2718.NO3. Noticeable Lack of Progress in the inack Man Where Uneumbered by tie Whiten. The American negro is an anomaly, says a John's Island, South Carolina, correspondont of the Chicago Times. Thousands of volume?'s have been written about him and many ten thousands of editorials and magazine articles, and the more we study him the more we don't know about some of his peculiari ties. And now, after seeing th1d free negro in the North, the slave negro in the South, and the freeman and freed man both North and South, anl after coming to some conclusions in regard to them, I find on this coast and these islands an entirely new variety of the genus, necessitating a new theory. To the best of my knowledge every prophecy ever made about the American negro has been completely falsified b)y facts. I do not, just now, remember one guess, even by the wisest, that has proved correct, whether the guesser was a friend or foe. In the fir,t place, there were th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 May 1886

TIE SiEN'1 E [' J. R. BOUOS Enrront. F. B:LADLEY & CO., Piu-lro. P'ICKENS V. II..S. (1.: TIU1U$DAY, MAY 27, 18C0. COngresannn Aiken. Thi:4 (iSti1giishe(d pbillit' s'rvant fin1ds it lecesslrv 011 aecoiiit of his health to inform the peopte of the 3l C,ong;ressitnlal D)istriot tha:t he ea |i no lInger rel(sent tli i. lie Is been a faitiftil gtardi:i of clr ri(:ts at \ash.Jington folr the l:t.t ten years, andI he halS mnle at rec nrl of whic b 11<' ma1y well h e 11'ond1s. Tierml aFir j term he lis bIen propl 1cly endlc, crd i by an apprc:iative ('Olsitlmt n, and i iow that he ean 10 lc cn~< r terve us, on behalf of Pickeiis County, We ox to himtl, I his aillietione, the heart felt ?ymipat.i'5 of a tratef,ll p,opl'. Who ComeK Next e are this summ1 to n1om1inate, Col. D. Wvatt Aikenl's succensor in Congress. \We are glad to say that all the aspirant a nIentionod so far, are llen w orth' of the honor m1l1 great jub!ie trist, and the district ha:; inth ing to fear from the succes...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 May 1886

L)C'A.L ITEMts. Last Monday was Memorial Day in Ireenville. There was a little ohiok9n in Spartan nirg cross-billed and three oyod. f[any slips, cabbage and tobacco planta vero sot in order last wook. It is said that one or two more seasons will insure a good oat crop. There is to be a Sabbath School Mass meoting at Liberty next Sunday. Mrs. B. F, Sbtsn of Walh alla is visit. ing her Irother, Maj. J. J. Lewis. r' Iiss Loila Grogan has returned toler homo in Elberton County, Ga. Mrs. Willie Hughes, of 13ielhland, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. J. Lewis. Col. J. 0. Thompson is not quito so well 1s he was last week, but nIo seems to bo slowly improving. Dr. Rley asks to say thatthere will he preaching at Easley next Sabbath at 11 o'eook a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Giignilliat, of Grover, N. C., are vi iting rolatives in Pickens. The Pickens County Marshals on trial at the last term of the U. S. Court at Charleston, were all ao:quitte(l. r' Sheriff Richey is busy hunting up the jurors dr...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 May 1886

BIRTH OF THE CONFEDERACY. A GLANCE I3ACK TO THE DAYS OF Tw1ENTY-FIYE YEARS AGO. Scones at tho Intiuratiou of 'resident Jetferson )avir--Tho First Coufelerate Noney, the First Flag, the First Soldiers 1ad tho First Cruiser. (Wash. Letter to the .Ycw York 1W'orld.) "No, sir, I was not with Mr. Davis at Montgomcry this week to hear hiln pronounce what you are pleased to call the funeral oraticll of the Confederacy. I was there with him twenty-flc years ago and heard him make na speech much more cheerful. It was his inau gural as PIresidlent--the baptismal ser vice you iight call it-of the Confed cracy. I was one of the marshal's aids on Ihat occasion, and represented Soutth Carolina.'' The speaker, chatting with a group of his friends inl the parlor of the National hotel, was Col. Henry D. Capers, of Georgia. lie has been here for several muonthIs and his erect figure and gallat bearing are much re marked. Ie was private secretary of the first Confederate secretary of the treasury, aml...

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