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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 September 1886

r LOCAL IT EMS. Uome to the moetin; noxt Friday. If you have time you had better >w more turnips. Mrs. Perry Bruce of Elberton, Ga, ti visiting Mrs. H. P. Bruce. Help ha>S ben sent to Clarleston from :ll parts of the country. Mrs. Whittor Symumas visitol rolativos t )artlunburg liam1ston is I a town. Rev. V. (1. Noville andi family ale via ing Mr. (I. W. Taylor. The shock jarred ten bricks fro:n Mr. 3amcs Ferguson's kitt9hen clinney. On acount of the baptizing last Sab 'ath, the Mothodist Sabbath school met ip the afternoon. We were glad to see many Piekons ounty people in attendanco upon the ttook $low last week. The shook on the 31st, uit., shook1 iriok from the chimney to Mr. Ruubon Arnold's dwelling. The next gootd thing is the stock show si Pendleton in October. Fix for it. You know the earthquake stared you and don't you say it didn't. Your neigh bor will not lliovu it. A depth of two brick was shaken from a chimney to the dwelling of B. A. Hester. Up to last Monday thir...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 September 1886

ALMOST SLAIN sy BUFFA LOEB. 'J'wo Hunters tuddenly Contronted by a Ierd They Stampede the Dea.ts and Escape Death-A Montana Adrenturo. In the smn mer of 1879, while stationed at one of tho ft ontier forts in the Yellow stone Valley, Spotted Eagle's band of hostiles, a fragment of Bitting Bull's great camp, were brought in as prison ers of war. Orders were received to send them to Standing Rock Agency, and it -fell to my lot, writes a lieutenant in the regular army to the Philadelphia Times, to escort them across the coun try. My detachment nutmbere( thirty men, mounted on Cayuse ponies and well armed and equipped. The next morning, with our prisoners under guard, we struck out boldly across the country, in the dlirectioni of Standing Rock. It took us sixteen days to mtake the journey, which was full of interest ing incidents and adventures, for the country was a wild and, so to speak, un explored region as yet, with hostile Sioux and Cheyclnes scattered all through it. The plains of...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 16 September 1886

VOL. XV- PICKENS, S. C., TIIURSDAY, SEPTEMP>ER 16, 1886.NO51 'hlE QU!VEIIN( i: I'll I. AN INIEItIEITIN4, (1.%'.1I1H O.\ i.T 11111 r tt Alml'. A Ieientilic ('nper fromt MInjor Iinrry linnm mond--hotnc Iat11 that WI Iintaoe the N-wspnper leaier Inryuinluo (,r Freg't-cut Occurence In the luit-d ilInti s. BEEOII ISLAND, S. C., Aug. 3, 188G. Hion. P. Walshl, Augusta, (ia.:-De])ar Sir: I feel such coipunetioln at secing the spa1c of your vallutlo journal occu pied with my tndom talk of tIe ilher day, that I beg, as comuttitationa, to cn close sonic p1aingral hs on eartiauakcs to you. I have selected andi very greatly con dnosed them from such Iun ttionl as .I find in rmy scientific periodicals of the last fow years. I have not tried to ar range them iii any order, atnd you can select ati omit any ts you may think proper. Ordinarjly, I suppose, no one would read them, but just now lerltalps these scientific olbsCvat ions may be of interlst. ''hie iim portalce tof earttuakes uonsist not ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 16 September 1886

THE $ENTINEL. J. E. 13UUGS EI)lrou. UF. Bit.iDLE:Y & GO,, P1:oritn-rone. PICKENS U. II.,S. C.: TIIUfSD)AY, SEPTEMI ER 1(', 188(.i For Subscription, $1.50 p.r:unnnl, strictly in nlv:iiuw ; fur six mi t i hitls, 71t. Advcrtiewets insert(<I at n (l,11:11 per spuIar' of on 1 i inchi or !e;s for t elit first i8 itii ii1 lIi fly cent 'r at' il s111se (Il ent inserti~n. Liben ral disri t mn <lc Ii ) rc"l1ni ts ul1 i e's :i vcrtisint ' ,r six mlonitlhs n I Iy he year. Obituary NotlCe 'cxc(ed i r Ii r i nes, TFrihnit('s of I{i ('pCt, ('omnu11 ni11 atIons11 fa p erson:1 I b:i I':let ('r, wlil'n aliiiiss:tl(, wilt he1 U rigee1 for" as: olvnrtis ini-nnl. 1 For Annoninotilg (ialidates, live dolh irs each, stric tly in alvan1ce. THIS PAPE ?ITe t on oenacee ma . bQ Raae r ' N1ewey A . Our State ricket. For Governor: JOHN PET ER 1:ICHAlDSON, of Charen1d.n. F'or Li('uftnnut Gxovernior WILLIAM L. MAULDIN, of Greenville. For Secretary of State: W. Z. LIETNER, of K(ershaaw. Fo(r Compn1troller...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 16 September 1886

bon't neglect your turnip pAtoh. BLOAN Bnos' de}l in Pure Drugs. 'Valuble land for salo next sale day. Buy your Drugs, Seeds and Paints of LOAN Bnos. )ont tbrget the election on the 23d The mosqute is a M&kunger in thes w ias (Rrcd now i{uy of SroA <io i-, .- lr .' 1) . i!1 next Salur The travel to the mountains does not. t eoreaso much. A pocket sewing machine is one of the )$teet novolties. Keep this papep. It contains the rules for the Congl-casional Primary. The eampmeeting at Union begins to dAY, (Thursday.) Mrs. J. D. B3urkhead visited Mrs. J %i. Riley last week. A protracted meeting was begun at Bethlethom last Menday. Common sense in an uncommon degree is what the world calls wisdom. The Section just north of Pickr?ns had a flue rain on the 9th instant. Abbevillc has been lucky on the State ticket. She has two candidates. The referees and lawyers have boet busy preparing for court. Let every olub 5ee to it, that its full atrngth is vuted on the 23d instant. Preaching ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 16 September 1886

S11i ifEATtI1IUAKE Il'J1ULENITt.~ (onffdrnce Returning-:hnrlty from nil I'nrt, of the World. 13usine.* has been reopened along the wharves of Charleston. Cotton factors antd ohipi-brokers are ready for btsinss.9 and full of conIidecico in the future, and declare their purposo to make (.'Carles ton a bigger place than ever. in the market and on the streets the oldi familiar sounds of "sihby bean," "'okra'nt toimottis,'' ''raw shrimp,'' etc., are heard again. '1'he U. 4. 1nginecrs in (lharleston have Legun their survey. The 1ostotlice is seriously dimagdcl. 'lliie Customu Jlouse pcortico is injurtli. 'The 'ilub house on Metic! in t )tn-t 'i II pulledl diwi. ''hei rear of tle W'stri Uioin '1'elegrali 1utildin is :iigerois. 'T1'he ('( tton F'actory will have its ills lnillued in1 by rols, aid its clinuncy iilld down and rebuilt. 'Tie general inliression of the board is ti mt a large proportioni of thle vacaint. houses are safe, antd they recmiiiiienld to their owners to retiii to them. ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 23 September 1886

A' A _ __ _ __ _ __ _ __ ____ --J u b B E L 'i1AT 1'llE SEA-SEIU)rEN''. N INqIuUv OF ITl I' T' 'i/" i'l,l'1 OF NA'ri1IAI lillsTOVY. l:cleutllec NIstnMent of WVINal W'" It?O% . u Don't know About It. (F om: th 'r)vidente). J1nl.L) Twioo within a few days parties of oh rvora whoso truStworthiness is bcy,}"ond ostion, and in one case inclu(diug a 'ntletuan of such equal de and colseirva vO mtinl Is I Boston schoolmasteri may presumed to possess, itve reported Ehe appearance near Cape Ann of what, n deference to an established phrawt', hoy aro pleased to call ''the sea ser ont." The account they give is sub tantially the saute as annually finds its way to publio notice, and is likely to be received in the same spirit of l;epttical levity which these narra tives ltve at ways oncountered. An attitule ot aink unb)olief tovard all stories that ma;uc'k of I the sa't water st'emis to be tal :ie'tdien' blo peouliarity of the ltnautn min'l. A "fish story" is a synonym for a falsehood )the world...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 23 September 1886

....w"n~+"vM 4 . ... A . 1A '!.. H KSiNTINEL.I - BOG0 EDITOR. .BRADLEY & co., Pjormu-rous. ?LOKENS U. H.,8. C.: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1886. \llOSUbecPiptimm $15 Jperannunm, strlcty_in advance; for six mnonths, 75c. I A4v mtisoments is.,rted atne dollar pHrsueof one In'i orles for time tEt ia ort on and fifty eents for each sub)sequ eut bisortlon. Liberal discn iit nadu to nwrcbants and others a<tvrtiaing for six months or by the year. 4 ubituary Nutices exceeding five limes, Tdibutes of letcpect, Communtcations of a personalharactet, when nhlrissabte, will heeharged for as advertisenemnts. For Announoing Cnadid!atcs, five dollars each, strietly in advance. TI PAPER R t'o "t3M. Our State Ticket. For Governor: JOHN PET ER RICHARDSON, of Clarendon. For Lieutenant Governor: WILLIAM L. MAULDIN, of Groenvillo. For Secretary . of State: W. Z. I ETNER, a General: RIO,. 11. ( eneral: ''ARLE! cf Feucation: z TCE, nato: LD. "STON, SLEY. i' udgo: BERY. issioner: LETON. / aisioners: (NC...

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

";A, r - at r ^ ' } C .J ' f'. " ' . , 1 . . Ll J+'..k r \, \ . t",, . y.r ' V -fS1Y > . ' i ..+ V1 ru unr THE FAMOUS DEATH VALLEY. THRIE ADV1NTUROUS MEN FIND TH1E LONG LOlT MINES. Their Wagons Shriveled and Their Water lar wets Durst-Alnost Pierihlig Defore the Mountains Were Heched. Los ANGEnEs, Cal., September 27. There are now in this city three men who have recently crossed and reorossed the famous Death Valley of Southern Cali fornia, and who have succeeded in solv ing a mine of mystery which has bailled the most daring and skillful prospectors for many years. The Gunsight placers were located in '49, but afterward lost, and though repeated attempts have been made to find them, most of the men en gaged in the effort have perished. About six weeks ago when A. F. Jud son, A. D. Spring and Barney Carter an nounced that they wora going after the *. Gunsight trail, their friends tried to disuade. them, and chance acquaintances laughi4gly bade them good-by forever. No one ever ex...

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

IIRAIET4Y & CU., Paorataro e. t'tOKIENS t.f. .S. C.: gU DY,t f OTOl3ER 7, 1886. Vor Si*b$rIption, $1.1 O0per anim, strlcti in dvance; for six niontlim , 7c. ?dvttisenents Insertci at one dollar poT Sgareof one bich or less for the first .lnRe)rtin and fifty cunts for eacht stub0itten enttjaortionl. T iberal d(isc'ui t matle to rtarchants an(d others alvertising for six months or-hv the year. tItiti$rv Notices tCeerlini flyeilne , 'rihutes of Res)pect, t"u"n'tieations otn&pers,ntil ch,cter, when alilissatble, will hechanred for a5 alivert,iaemsots. For Announ1C111g Candilates, five dotlars each, strictly in ldvance. Our State Ticket., For Governor: JOHN PETER RICH .RDSON of Clarendon. For Lieutenant Governorr WILLIAM L. MAULDIN,, of. Greonville. For Seoretary of Atate. W. Z. LIETNERI,. of KIershaw. For Coiptrollor Genoral W.. E. STONEY, of Berkely For Treasurer: I. F. BAMBEIRG, of Barn well. For-Attorney Gleneral: JORFEPH II. EARLEt of Smnter. Tor Snperintendant of Eeucatitib...

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. — 7 October 1886

1 Yl1, phies ha1e not it. eat Aii oenter iii the hrenot, Wbep, wise; or riah, or groat, Dut.neiyer oan 1)0 bloat,k R,av ounty treaurer's uotiov in this "'" ginnsra are now working early and( !"te.: 's "frase Seeds now. Puy of SLOAN 3r +anne Muhally of Seneca is visiting r. li. A. Hugood. Pr' meoting at the Proubyterisn .hurch Wednesday night. 'r, W. J. Bramlott has moved into it, u 'L. houae on main street. 'h-r was ounidlertthlo frost on tto ;(w tUimW, last Mondaty Moining. Rn , '-, r Drugs, Seeds and Paints of ', ,Richoy carried six recruits to p. , ontiary lat 1Ionday. Alexander & Iolger are build a it orib in rear of their store. F'" ; +rkt Saloq in this issue. Some ' ia f " l,and to be sold on Suleday in Oua le of Salvation Oil can clang4l f' , ' timl of rhoutuatiun into ta k E. McKenzie's gin louuo (' ' ution was burned last Sunday ns $2,000. i :d. Winchot('r has grown alome i jt apples We have yet" teen in ii Pure White Lead, Linseed Oil, er window gla;ii, and putty, at 8...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 October 1886

t,"N N~St Al Prerveat itenpb Wa ot'eretage on Ger many-Tbe.loa fthe irfl. Nrom Egypt a Part of the Plan--Papaet'. Friends Aroused by Rrlab Evictions. special Oable Dispatch to the N. Y. 8!ar. LONDON, Septeiber 28.- Mr. Parnoll's letter to Mr. Fitzgerald, President of the league in America, is hotly assailed by some of the leading government organs. The main Tory argument is that evictions are not general and arc diminishing. The Parnellites are charged with trumping up imaginary cases of eviction and represent ing a state of affairs that has no foundation in fact. The landlords, on the other hand, are held up to public ad liration as lenient and forbearing under ciunstances of ex treme provocation. They are described as reduced to the verge of ruin by the rc fusal'of their tenants to pay the rents justly due. Finally, the statement that evictions, instead of being general, are rapidly dimin ishing, is cappe( by the bold assertion that it would be next to impossible for Mr. Par nell ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 October 1886

VOL. XV PI1KENS, S. C., T1IIURSDAY. OCTOBER 14, 186. SOME t3BEAbONAIl.I SUGGEsT'Aa FIOM Vhat Work the (:oo<a'naarm Shoutl )o is, hlo Ilanh f' Oi:oer--An Isntcreti,a A s ri clr F rons ns ata.lilreant W'rier. (V L. Jone3 in liae Octber "Cultiva'or.") The gathering and housing of summer crops will for the present occupy ImoFt of the farmers' time. The rewards of ekil1 and labor are now his. Ho not only has the pleasure of seeing his barns and store-houses well filled, but also the ex quisite enjoyment of plans consumn mated, of undertakings well executeil. His estimato of his own ability is possi bly enhanced by the succesa of hsis ventures, and he may reasonably 1aid properly indulge his pride a little. 1'or six months or more he has beei engaged 4 in an arduous campaign--one calling for unceasing attention, unflagging energy and discriminating judgment at every turn-one in which diflicultics were con stantly to be m3t and overcome-many a Scylla on the one side and a Clarybdis on t...

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. — 14 October 1886

TF SENTINEL. 7. R. BOQGO8 Ew'oa F. BRADLBY & CO., Poitm-rs. PILCENS 0. I1..S. C.: TEURSDAY. OCTOBER L4,. 1886i. For Subscription, $1.f5O per annum, Itrictly in advance; for six nonths, 75e. Advertisemont$ inserted at One dollar porequare of one inch or less for the first tnsertlon and fifty cents for each subsequ eat Ipertion. iiberal discomnt made to 0Ircilants and others advertising for six months.or by the year. Hbltuary Notices eXceed liug fivehues, 'ltributes of Respect, Cominuniinctions ola personal character, when adimissable, will becharged for as advertiHenLk+nts. For Announcing Candidates, five dollars each, strictly in advance. Our State Ticket. For Governor: JOHN PET ER RICHARDSON, of Clarendon. For Lieutenant. Governor WILLIAM L. MAIJLDIN, of-Greenvillc.. Eor Secretary- of State: 1W. Z.. LIETNERI, of Kershaw. FOr Comptroller General: W. E. STONEY, of Berkely For Treasurcr: I. S. BAMBERG, of Barnwoll. For Attorney General: JOSEPH H. EARLE' of Sumter. For Suporint<...

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. — 14 October 1886

? 1. &i Bw' deal ia Pere*Drugs. We will be glad to have another l.tte ltr, W.,8. Hunter of Seneca was ix town last Monday. Mr. J. Mattie Stewart has the measles All his family are yet to have it. Mrs. Sarah jwilliams of Gainesville, Ob is visiting her daughter Mrs. Richey. Col. J, E. Hagood and Mr. B. A. ha. good left for Charleston last Friday. The Cumberland Gap has applied to Penitentiary for as many convicts as can be spared from the institution. There were several more shooks of arthquake along the coast section of the state last Saturday. We regret to learn that Mr. J. M. 'mith of Liberty Township is very ill .'ath malarial fever. The many friends of Miss Quenie Ha sood will be glad to learn that sli is a;le to ride out. A sovereign remedy for pain, Salva c on Oil-twenty five cents. Beware of o ',iterfeite. A word to the wise. If you are troub -d with cough or cold prootre )r.]ull'1s fough Syrup at once. Its use may save )u from severe sickness. If it is a case of cut or b...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 October 1886

KOW t1 $Sha op a Farm In GeorgIa-ome. rI*u ry iIaAmb to Reab. rildcey1'rel oRa ds4 he'Atlanta'Conetitoton.) - In replying to inquiries elsewhere, mntion is of a recent visit ,to, the farm of . e, near West Point, Georgia, Ip4 p historic farm, the'first termoing o land in the manner now so Sj 1 ot4ed haviUg boi done ere. foer oiwner observing that an old hilleide djtoh run nearly ou a level, and which had becomo obsttuted, filled. up and overgrown with weeds and grass, had caught the washings from above and saved the soil, conceived the idea that a narrow bed or lanm run on a level would do the same thing. Io proceeded to construct some of these, and thinking that the edge of a terrace more than three feet high would 1e very incon venient in a lleld, located them at such distances apart that the diflercCe in lovel bQtwcen two successive ones should be just that amount. Subsequent ex perienco has shown that he hit upon the very best distance. WVhon Ornie subse quently purchased the fa...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 October 1886

'p .* zOr:: ~C J~ N 1 . C ~ 7 ' L R S A , O T B R 2 , 8 6 O 4 ~ < MR. DAVIS MAKES RmTOIT'I'. dtt1IiN; '1o Tl 8iiLlis o1 Gi W. T. $IIKCIMAI N. 'he resitdent of the Confederay lte Ilisltor in Kefutatton of the Charges of Shermaln, an . Fact. as to the ,nte Wpr Hetween the State, ''lie Baltimore Sun prints a letter, fiv _c(Iimns in length, from ex-Presiden Jerson Davis in relation to the lont a ding controversy between himsel a enoral V. T. Sherman. The let tet"i ted Beauvoir, Miss., Septembe: 1886, and begins as follows: t various times, and from many o Difhends, I have been asked to furnisl to Gon. W. 1'. Sherman's so cU iort to the War Department wh$e to United States Senato orderec pri Executive Document No. 36, Ftfly-oighth Congress, second semion. 4 have boon compelled by many causeF to postpone a reply to these invitations, and have in some instances declined, foi ' the time being, to undertako the labor. A continuing sense of the great injustice , done me and the people 1 re...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 October 1886

T. i;. BOGG8 1iDrron. ). F. 1,.tDLEY & 00., Pnol nIurons. 1[OKLE NS i . 11..S. C.: ITUtR4J)AY, OCTOBER 21, 1886. Por Subscript ion, $1.MOperanrm, strictly in a<lvaice: for six mon:ths, 71S. tdvertisemtents inserted at onec dollai )er square of one inich or less for the flirt insortion and Ifty eonts for each aul)scdu (,nt insertion. Liberal discount made t< 'Areniuts amd oteitr3 advertising for sia months or biy the year. Juittary Notices exceeding fivelin es TributeS of lteapect, OJnmunicath o of a personal character, when adnissahle will bci r1gcd fir as advertisements. yor Announcing Caindhiates, liv dollars each, strictly in advauce. THIS PAPER E .o fnmvl e' en, a c3n. Adretngl ren(to8rnoo5t.t w1 ern ttdei p,n1 cuutreot mo. i * mu4o tor t li JI JW MuUK. Mr. J. C. Thonpson. It becomes our sad duty to recorc :he death of Mu. JAMES C. THoMP80o1 tho broathed his laht, at his home i Pickans, at 2 o'cloc;k a. in., on Sur lay the 17th inst. Mn. TuoMraN was a i1ativo of thi ":...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 October 1886

The ooAo iops n ov1ng ZiIh s vim ov, W. L Bog of Liberty was it 1ii Six seems to have orgalnised a litUe buake of its owt, . pt. 'iT(lny l.st lriday reoeiveJ the' ret tax riasipt in this county foi 1 i iate, reliable harmless and cheap, ii 1 Bu11'A Cough Syrup. We do nol Soiider at its popularity. hn to the Pendleton Stock Show to "tt y ad have a good timo and show ci! e uv.nne stock. . tbsoribe for TU SsxTTEI and keep up With the next Legislature of which t. m uoh js expe3ted. :rtervedly popular. We mean Dr. i6. l's Cough Syrup, for it never fails to ocough. Only 25 cents. ' '"et Saturday Mr. J. S. Barker's gin t,e with several bales of ootton was dee.ryed by fire. 'Ile saw before him the Gladiator die. ( and he wouldn't peahaps, if there ,sd ily been a sensible man to rub him .m with Salvation Oil. 1.,'t take itl-If a dealer offei you . botte of Salvation Oil without labels S ppers, insist upon getting a per - nbroken package. 25 oonte. ..1 the election, notioe in another Managers...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 October 1886

A Town Wrecked by a ltorm--Wholo FsWea Drowned-lusiness Houaea aed Reatdencc Captred and Occupant. Drowned. GAI.vls-rox, October 14.-The town of Sabine Pass, at the mouth of 1abine river, the dividing line between Louisiana and Texas,is reported to be entirely washed away by the terrille storm of Tuesday night. Over 50 lives are reported to be lost out of a total population of 200. All tele graphic communncation with the town is cut off. Sabine Pass is 10 miles up the coast from Galveston and 28 miles south west of Beaumont, the county seat of ,Jef ferson county. Another report says Ihat during the over tlow a hotel containing 15 or 20 persons was swept out into the bay and all the oc cupants were drowned. DETAIlS OF T1LE DiSATEIt. IEAUMONT, Texas, October 14-1.30 A. M.-Our town was in a state of intense cx citement to-night at news just rcceivel from S bine Pass. We have no telegraphc communication with Sabine Pass, as the wires are all down, but an engine arrived here to-night ove...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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