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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 June 1886

-1i.' -Al .. "i PICKENS, S. C. THURDAY, JUNE 3, 1886. NO ' ? - O.vA,JN 18 1LI FARMERS' CONVENTION. "MR. D. R. TILLMAN'S VERY MODES' DISCLAIMER. The Objection, to the Action of the (onen ion Considered...Tte Straggling Delegates Farmners' College and its Cost--t onstltutiona Convention. 2b the Editor of The News and Courier. Pressure of farm work since the adjourn ment of the "Farmers' Convention" has left me no time to reply to the fusilade of criticism called forth by its action. And, first, loft me correct some mis takes and misauprehensions of your Re porter. The effort to belittle the Con vention and elevate me on the pedestal of the demagogue by saying, "It was Capt. Tillman's Convention all the way through," etc., will not hurt our cause in the least, because it is not true. It was a representative body of earnest, in telligent men taking counsel for the good of the state, and what little control I exercised over its actions arose from the fearless manner in which I had attack...

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 June 1886

B G S0008 EDITOnv J.RADLEY & .CO., P'ROIIETORs. PICKENS 0. 1.,8. C.: TIIUIIR3DAY, JUNE. 3, 1880. Nunday School MaM+ Meeting. The Sunday School Miss Meeting in the Baitist Church at Liberty last .4abbath was quito a sunccess. It was cI)n:)mod of the two schools at Liber ty, Li1nd the largest c:.titry Sehool in the eounty --the Ri1uamt pha1ilanx, Iuml:bering noro than a 1. ondr1ed. 'he church was filledl to overllowing. Addresses were maide by Rev. A. P. J ieb.lson and MIr. J. E. Boggs. The Normal Institute. Al the Institute meets in the neigl.. borig city of Greenville this sununer, iLcous County should he well repre teut 1. Great good to the cause of luenation, Ias already been accom p i?hd, though the enterprise is yet ?n it.r+ inifanlc:. T:he tenehera of this County owe it to th, "ir )1pi1s and patrons, to en. t'u L. ;e the Normal Iistitute by their prc,:uce. It is only through tho it. 1 anco of the teachers that the C:o)ulty Cal) receivs its pr,per share of ibe tgood that is ...

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

iepbetis and cream. ting obiokene 1ooetts apiece. .rP Frank 0, Mauldin will leave in a " 6* days for West Point, New York. 'hee Is this week more good material M the. feld gbr County Treasurer. Mie. Emma Oilreath, of Greenville, is visitlng her nephew, Dr. W. J. Brain lelt. hr. J. D. Ollryant, of Welford, Spar. tanburg oountt, was in town last Satur day. Mr. E. F. Stokes, of Greenville, has adjudged insane and sent to the -ayylum. Mr. A. M. Morris has the best corn we have seen, and Mr. Wm. Gant the best wheat. Brother Condon, of the Easley Mes. senger, will please accept our grateful no knowledg@ments. Wr. W. O. Riiohey, who lives near asIey mys oottou is dying most on gray Iand. After the 29th uit. no freight trains were to be run on the Air Line until af ter the guage was ohanged. Rev. W. L. Boggs was in town last Monday- He will supply the churh at 4 Walhalla during the summer. Mr. J. C. Griffin says ho hui a fin er prospect for a good cotton crop than he has had at this season ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 June 1886

-- We; e i up We rak Said shake up, Ad use the word "up" when w.e cap; We drink up and think up, We kink up and shrink up, And do up a shirt like a man. We slack up and back up, We stack up and whack tip, And hold up a man or an ace; We beer up and cheer up, We steer up and clear up, And work ourselves up on a case. We walk up and talk up, We stalk ip and chalk up, And everywhere "up" 's to be hear4; We wet up) and set ip, Bnt hanged if we let ill) On "up", the much overworked word. TilE ORPlEUS OF THE WOODS. The Southern Mocking 1irti---lii Haunts, Song and Wanton Destruction. (J'1rom the Macon. (Ga.) Tl'ccyrajih.) Up to emancipation timnes, or rather the close of the war, mtocking birds were plentitul everywhere in Georgia. During the years that followed freedom armed at race to wvhomu guns had been forbidden. The negro became an enthusiastic Initer, but he was un skilled and could gratify his craze for destrivying only upon birds that were m-arest at hand. Mockitng birds, car din...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 June 1886

/ ',A~f ~ n i.r. ~ ~A. __ She rutiw~t A/~" ______ i~ICKENS, S. C., ThURSDAy, ~J UNE 10, 1886. NO.37.. "AND THEY WERE MARRIED." _THE _APY EINING OF THEI PHES1 SD1ENT"S ROMANCE. t The Vedding Ceremones leerforitied Laet Wednesday Evening--low the ride Lo,)ked, t and Vhat She Wore--The Arrh"nl in \vnet Ington-.eneat and Incidente. (Spoolal Dispatch to the News ard Courikr.) f WASHINGTON, JIuno 2.-Miss Folsom i arrived hero thin morning at 5.30 o'clock c accompanied by her mother and couins, I Benjamin Folsom and Mrs. Rodgers. q When the train rolled into the Baltim)oro and Potomac stationl Miss Cleveland was waiting to receive the bride-olect and her companions. Almost immediately t the private car of President Roberts was disconnected and transferred to a siding ( on 6th strcot. No sooner had this been t accomplished, when Albert drew his l r handsome turnout up to the car a-eps. Miss Cleveland stepping out entered the car, and, after a hasty chat with the par ty, reappeared on the pl...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 June 1886

THE SENTINELI J. E. I.J(8 introme I F. BIRAD)Li & Co, 1uoritiatot 1 CKENS 0. H..S. C.: THURSDAY, JUN 10, 1886. !' pe Cu'lture. The oultu , of the grape will soon become one of the leading ind0ti-Ies in this county. Those wh"t ar,. expe riienting with it on a small scale, are dedidedly of the opinion that there is hiore inoney in grape cu! aare, And less labor than in anything else. Mr. H. B. Hendrlclks has already suc beeded in starting a nice little vine yard, and the vines will-soon be pro ductive. Last year Mr. J. J. W ake lin made uino gallons of wine from the fruit Of one vine, and then did awl use all, many of the clusters hav Lug beeni removed before the wine waking bega. There is no doubt that the clniate and soil of this county is well suited to the sie. Took Her Chance. The marriage of President Cleve Icl to Miss Folsom last week in the White House, was the social event of tho seatM. It was a quiet, bun t superb affair. Cleveland is the second Pr's ident who has entere...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 June 1886

4OC A F.EM.. JIarvoest Home. Mr. Joe Ilardin is quite sick. Piukens has five blaeksmitt shop. ,The first day of court was a gloomy (iny day. Wheat las beo. slightly damaged .y fho rust. This i4 ru iau -iannt wook at .the .,ijd.rson F en Stninary. M (2 e'Lm'1rt has returned iomva h<c - i Noah!i Carolina. (,. Ifngd s,t, the Cumlb3rlau,d The farmers put in good tine for the not of last week. Read the announcement column. Bov pra1 now eandidates .this week. Tn SNTINRLs loft this ofligo lart awaok, just one day behind jimg. f Read what Bill Arp say Aiuent North ,arolina Viueyards, Miss Sallie Roark of Gainesville, Ga., mI visiting Mrs. U. A. Riohoy. Mr. A. M. Morris has just reooived a gato of glasswaro and crockery. The damages to railroads in this State iby the freshot have been repaired. The Kelley Home Placo one mile east ,of Pickenas, is blessed with a full crop of ,ohorries. Edna, a three year old daughter, of Mr. H. L, Adaums of Seneca, died last Monday. Monday was u goot) day ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 June 1886

A FLORIDA COON HUNT. Incidents, Accidents ane Fun to Be Found i an Old-Fashioned Way. "Come," said the Major, flipping the ashes fron his eigar, "let's go coon huntling to-night."' "'Why, certainly;, when do0 you start?" "I will come for you at . p. I.," he answered. "It is tell mile. to the niantationl--our starting p)o lit For lie Intut. I'll ride Sel im and bring mly black mare for you. She is a daisy, it' sho is a little frisky. G,ood day." At 4.301 p. i. We mtmllted our" horses and rode out toward the setting sunl. It wva' a beautiful aftlernoon, with just a suspicion of fall inl the cool, sweet breeze. (In either side were tangled imasses of wild and shaggy undergrowth, the tilotsami and jetsam of the re(tindant lif"c of nature. Giant oaks and stately pintes stood guard over these and lofty bamboo bines climbed to the top for a more extensive view. Someliimes (lie road ahead of us woultl seeml to come to ain abrupt -conchi.ion, the overarching trees appearing to fornm an iml a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 June 1886

VOL. XV PICKENS, S. C., TIIURSDAY, JUNE 17 1886. V O . X V.._ -38, DUEING iN OH) TIMES. AN INTERBWrING ACCOUNT OF TiiE CODE AS IT WAS. incidents of the Field of Honor In Ante Helumn Days--One of Paddy O'Cork's Hest Sketlhes-. The Career of MciC1ung--His Skill With a Pistol--Other luteresting Incidents. (From the Atlanta Constitution.) - However barbarous may be the custom of dueling, as such, it is still a fact of historical value that no dueling conmu nity ever yet failed. to send out good sol diers in time of war. I have been told by old residents of Mississippi that the career of McCI'ug at first stimulated ap peals to the lox talionis, but that towards .the last it acted as a deterrent example. 'The duel ceased to be a duel in the ordi nary aoeptation of the word and became a butchery. McClung, of course, ran little or no risk, and it filled the public generally with a sickening contempt to realize that the leading men of Missis sip pi lived practically by the sufferance o a mad...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 June 1886

" ~G onox. S U(1s :$oriroa," (l 4tLEsY&. CO., 1korltxtone. o r__ G ENS C. II... C. H2 ' TIU13DAY, JUN1: 17, 1886. a The Santee Horor.ro-, ]Iortal mal knows not when he is a deing the awful precipice. The t tlth, teauty, hopes8 and asp)iration c1 tld& went out from Charleston on the 3 orth kastern Railroad, on the 7th v t, after a run of 30 minutes, were j, blotte out forever.- The fated pas- 5 ebngers-s-omne thinking'of the happy " h61ne tliey had just left, and others t of the joys awaiting them in the t homes to which going--in an e Instant were nedely hurlod into v eternity; and a cloud of gloom has < eettled npon many loving hearts that. nothing can remove. A full account of the tragedy is published on the outside. The Court. The followings.is the proceedngs of court in 1)riof: SESSIONS. Following cases were Continued: State vs. Albert Bird for perjury de fendant convicted, but on motion of Mr. Carya now trial was granted; The State vs. J. Lyde Tompson for carry ing c...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 June 1886

arnved too late for this isve. 4 egaht the law to rob birds ,4 iseerm. to be much blast in the udsy School pie nie at Cudar Rook i,0t Saturday. Col. 1. E. Hagood left la&t Monday fo r Charleston. *r. Eliaq lhonnemore has the best ten pore- field of -corn we have seen. Mr. F. M.)orris has sent us a head of wheat with five grains to the mesh. 1Mrs. Maggie Stafford of Murray Co., as visiting, the family of Senator Fiald 'he pupils in the colored Methodist tidnday-School have committed to mom ory 1198 verses of the new Testament. The pionio'last Saturday in the inter terest of the Central High School was quite a pleasant affair. It was given at t4he *ow school building. Mr. John T. Watson, who lives near Easley, has a four-legged duok. It only uses one pair at a time for walking, but it may use all to advantage in swimming. The Board of Trustees for the public school in Eastatoo, will meet at Antioch on the 8d of July next for the purpose of employing teachers. H. J. Lawis Chairman....

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 June 1886

D)EA TH AND DES'I'RUCTION !oA ' A ASOUN(AI:11 T'IlAIN ii TH OWN F'BO,#1 A l IIl(.1I 11,111tI'1.,,t An Appalli11R Arrlderll on the ,Norwll,nrnMru Tivh a oullded, (New8 arid Coutiu'r, SStt.) c 31any lioiiie': ill (;l,trl,,. tc)i are \vt:J)1)c(1 In gloo11 t11ir lll()1ring, and t li.' enatire' c01n. 7tlullity shares ill tilt'sol)o1'S Of thIe ,1t1lictccitl futrili s in this the a1wfurl hour" of their' (1 grief. Six yvoulng s()tls, J11 rlu-c itki t'tCli1li ty without it i1i1iimi tt5i wa1riaw , rtll(i t hil tee)t c1'ushed, 11rIkis'(I t11il W(Q1n(I(1l 1I)l)let co118titulte the strrl of (het fc':11t'11l tragedy 1 Onl tile 1\'if tlr;ISWtrli lailtoad testltl" 1 rtftcrlloc)n. 4 'Jhe C'11.' (11 thle ,it'('iil('it, AN-ill 1lt' the a1 r'vb,jet of Ii'1tire iiluUi1'v. Al I)rcs('rt no ti tiris fc%:lit111 c'rtlitln)iy. '1)c1 ertnil iwich( I I('lt Glhalrecs,cn) n 1('l1' atfte'r 110011 c'trt'ic'(Ill li tlsuatl nfil wr)1 t1i' l)8t4sr1n1ts li(ttiti 1north -wird, Iill() tluu 11(11 o4) t('cI the hii'lt(c'St...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 June 1886

'" { . " ' ' 'tn + 0 1 4'+f " " K' K'; J ;,Y".,h , 6 ..4 .xv ~F , .i. "i f "l r r r', fj A . f 4r I ICKENS, S. C,, THURSDAY, JUNI+, 24, l THE NOW-CAPPED "ROCKIES." 3 IMPREisIONS OF A TRIP TrittIn 'TH1E ] STATE F4'oJ(0,0Ao. Scenes Along the Route by ltnl-.-Th'e Wonder fal City. of Denver--The Future of a (.rcat Conmonwealch. (Denver Letter in Pomeroy's Democrat.) Those who ride in sleeping cars in the East are quito apt to remain in their i bench to turn, snooze, think, plan and rest as on they roll. Not so here. ~ Sun rise, and all were up. The oars of the Burlington Route were so well laden 1 with passengers that every berth was 1 occupied, the great majority of passen gers-in the sleepers being persons from t the East who had never been to Denver, t never seen its rocky mountains. Near ing their destination, they were like the early bird. It is now six o'clock. In two hours we will be in Denver. The berths havo allubeen made'up for the day, the cars dusted out and people are on th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 June 1886

Ol .o rron. . BRADLEY & C0., PnoPRtoRe. PICKENS 0. II..8. C.: THURSDAY, JUNE pr, 1886. Organive. iThe democratic clubs at every pre d>4,t should perfect their organiza tion at once. It would be well if each club could have two or three meetings before the County Convei tict, so that they can discuss fully the many important subjects so in timaately connected with our govern ment. After each club adopts a lit tle platform of its own, its next im portant duty is to choose men as del egates who will speak out and enforce Its views. Send your best men to the Convention. The Commenceument. Iat Sabbath by 11 o clock, a. mu., the [all of the Piedmont Institute was filled to its utmost capacity. At. thirty minutes past eleven the specinl choir rendered as a voluntary, a most beautiful anthem, "Praise Waiteth for Thee." The sermon wa.s preached by Rev. J. B. Campbell, of Greenville, from the text: "A good name is ral her to be chosen than great riches." Mr. Campbell is a graceful spea...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 June 1886

r'.~ Mr. W. W. "Robinsbn, is still quite a ma e your Club meets next Sat A good crop of blackberries now ready for the market. Marbles and shooting are now the "Plkens past time. Sunda te 20th day of June fires Were' i able. The longest day of the year was the eoldest day of the summer. It is probable that the cotton crop will be wrapped. In sheet-iron next fall. Treasurer Hill has made a complete and satisfactory settlement with the 'Oomptroller General. Mr. Thomas Welborn says he thinks there is not more than one third of a wheat crop. 4 Bottom sorn in many places has gone down before the freshets at the rate of about onoe a week. We have received a communication from Stewart without ny signature. It goes over under the rule. The harvest, the reins and the weeds were- most two much for the farmers last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Harris, of Luling, Texas, are visiting the family of Col. C. L. ' Hollingsworth. Mr. Willie Griffin, of Willianston, has been spending a few days in Pick en...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 June 1886

V9oaI? AS -BV L~OJ1TgBX& The ratal Sport Carried rnnj> rance as Wall as La Spain. (Drom the London Telegraph. ) Bull-baiting and fighting is not yet * over in France any more than in Spain. Despite the outcry that was raised some months ago relative to the dis graceful scenes that occurred in the amphitheatre at Nimes during a bull baiting carnival, the same spectacles have been again witnessed amid the enthusiasm of ten thousand spectators. On Monday, May 10, the famous am phitheatre, a relic of old Roman times, was full'to repletion with a crowd of excited beings who had come to wit n1ss the skill and prowess of the Mata dor Frutos and his conpeers. What was more, three toreras were to appear, this being the first time that women have entered the arenas at Nimes. At three o'clock in the after noon the performances began with a grand procession of Spanish bull fighters, male and female, who rode proudly into the enclosed spac to the sound of military music. Three toreras in ...

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

i~* + f{l0 VOL. X V. 0 IICIENS, S. C., rTHULRSDAY, J Li IA' I 86 O 0 ' A "' 1AGNETIC" GIRL I TAIKS. VU HVl's UNI iIONi. OF ('1AV ENIS THAT PUZZILD T4: il'l PRO1': )lll. Ilow a Muneultnr Young Woinnu 1)Mao. crt Lulit lurns's Secret and Ttiarnet it to Ad'n it( age.-Simple Ezplanation o' Appnrenlly . 1nr velous Feat. (From the New York Worid. I ran across a young woman oil the street not long since, a girl whose face 4 had become familiar to many pol)p! some months ago on 0ho stages of pro. vincial theatres, very shortly after Lulh Hurst, "The Georgia Wonder," had created a sensation ia Wallack's. She had gained considerable notoriety, .I remeil bered, as one of many ''magnetic" girls. The fact also intruded itself that, she had been introduced to audiences as a rude, untutored specimen of the backwoods perfectly guileless, with little education, and remarkable only for the fact tha1 Providence (so the truthful uanager pui it) had gifted her with a peculiar ani marvelous force which en...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 July 1886

THE SENTINEL. J. E. BOGGS Flrro',. ). F. BRADLIFEY & Ge)., TtorisrTen. PICKENS 0. II.,S. C.: TliUR1)AY, JULY 1, 1886. Acquitted at Last. At the last term of the court of Sessions for Abbeville Couity, Fergu son, the murderer of Benedict,. xas acquitted. Everybody but the jurors who have been trying him, and the lawyers who have been defending him, thinks that ho ought to have been hung long ago without benilit of clergy. We think that the defen dant owes his life to the newspapers which have been crying nmurderl mur derll Had there been nothing said In the papers which could not have been interpreted as persecution, this would bave been a succesful prose. /Ytton, The Commencement. The appreciation of the commenee ment exercises in the Piedmont In stitute last week, was far beyond what was expected by the most san guine friends of the school, and it should be a source of much congratu lation to the faculty, that it was by far the largest crowd that has ever attended on a similar ...

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. — 1 July 1886

LOAL YTE M*S. Another candidate for Treasurer. Easley is organising a brass band. Miss Emse Russell has been visiting the family of Dr. 0. W. Earle. Mrs. J. E. Hagood arrived from Charleston l pt Saturday. Miss Queenie Hagood has gone to Cesars Head on a visit. Miss Flota -tephens, of Pendleton, is visiting Miss ora Hendricks. The scholaibhip medal in the Piedmont Institute will be awairded each year. Miss Felicia FQlger, of Easley, is visiting relatives in Pickens. Pickens was radiant with the smiles of youth and beauty last week. Thomas H. Smith is proud of his new parlor boarder. It is thought that his name will be Ben Tillman. Mrs. -W. F. Gary, of Central has been goite siek. She was improving last 3ionday. The many friends of Mrs. D. F, Brad ley will be glad to learn that she is in Pickens for the summer. A new Democratic Club has boon or ganised at Foster's Store, in Dacusville Township. Last week's fun in Pickens culmina ted in a most enjoyable social gathering at Capt. Thorn...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 July 1886

Ouer s ~es. (Fro the Boston Commercial BulelUn.) The earliut ter in the Mathpr. papers that 8ilt4 e to the 'dehsot;.bf witchcraft i "T e testimouy of WiI' i 1am Mors nd-4 s wife," relatink cer fajn vents that 9courre .at .his house 'ih149, which were' believed to be the result of witchcraft. This testimony was Inclosed in a letter froin the ltv. Joshua Moodey to the 'Rev. Increase Maher. "The last thing heard of," t says the venerable divine, "was (he b -carrying away of several axes in the "'night notwithstanding they were INid c up, yea, lockt up very safe, as the t owner thought, at least, which was ',done this spring." The tramp had a ovidently not yet been invented for the benefit of the careless. It seems thit Master Mors and his e wife had but just retired for the night when they were roused by the violent falling of "Stokes & Stons". on the roof. On opening the door to discover the cause of these nocturnal disturb ances both he ayd his. wife were dt+iven back by a volley...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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