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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 October 1886

4V VOLI XVT. 1CKENS, S. (., ill URSDAY, OCTOBEI 28, 1886. I~UD TIlE IISIlUENCV. TAI.I IN VAMHIN(T''O.% OF 'I'Tin 't\II. The iplortnre of .ewu )r n ui' rat,ih - inent for Clte elauned The Iti abhlinuen. fur n WVesterna Man. (I.'ttcr t the 1' ih tlpiii Ti'm .) i WAsi)iNoTON, October 20.-The return of the President and inembers of the Cabinet from their summer vacations has been followed by a lively gatheriings of Senators, llepresentativcs, 1)oit icians, candidates in search of patronage ndii as piralts in search of ollice. The civi, aservice statutes have relieved the pres sure for the places within the range of the classified service. The.ank and file of the old-time oflice-scckers ii search of clorkships, therefore, are no lenger the plague of official life. The returning officials and politicians are making quite a stir in political circles. They all have much to say eonecrning the plans and prospects of parties, having taken ad vantage of their recent opportunities to meet the le...

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. — 28 October 1886

1' wYJj ft ENT1NEL, m J. !. BOG3 Ertos. th F. fRADLEY & 0O., FoPRmeNs. th at1 or NOKENS U. H ..8. C.: no iti CLUeDAY, OTOBER 28, 1886. w1 sW or .Sublcription, $1.50 per annum, tic strictly in advance; for six nnt hs, 75c. ;.lViOrtiseiments inserted atone dolau Y0 ersquare of one inch or less for the iirs ba nsertiou and fifty cents for each subsequ- I ont insction. Liberal discount nrdc to wi trchants and others ad ;ertising for six tal months or by the year. 'Jbiuary Notices exceeding ive lines, t Tributc:s of Respect, (Uommiunicationg an ofa personal character, when altmisxable, will be charged for as advertisements. m For Announcing Candidates, five m dollars each, strictly in advauce. EII PAPER ,. , ''n" b . 1i "OAas.ing, gLasti bi ew We are glad to see that our near lo ieighbor the Gr eenville Daily News Ie ias resumed the publcation of the. T associated press dispatches. It al- a ways gives us t itlatest news, as it n f-received at this office on the morn ng of its publica...

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. — 28 October 1886

py. 4 p and du et. M Lewis' little boy )hu meas1 V :. ,ie lada to be sol nOit Monday. L 0. Grifin's orop of to)aCo la Scured. 1' county dertai&ly hai fne drops i : ghut~ youPr w1 aL i dust, and oats in ;o -oi want good crops. out look for the cotton crop is ! uite cheerful. . Oraig Baker has been appointed ' " . itorokeeper and gaugor. Smith, widow or Rev. Fletcher is visiting friends in Pickone. Davies of Greenville is visit'ing crewer at Dr. Riley's. I .:. , Saturday was a busy day with -archante. diuable House and Lot for sale in Apply to J. E. Boaos. A. L. Tes'am he moved to nister, Oconee County. IL yrolonged drouth has ruined the pastures. 20. iot dig your potatoes, until the - ills the vines. y bales of fine Pea Ridge cottoti 4- - . rough town last wook. Garrison, colored, is in jail on a of carrying concealed weapons. W. R. Major has moved into the vacated by Dr. W. J. "ramlett. m want the best oyster stow you " d, ask W. T. McFall for the Oyster. Kirk Malusldin is the c...

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. — 28 October 1886

A NEW IDEA. What is One of the Greatest Curses of This IntelIe tual Age. From hearth and Ii me. One of the greatest curses of this Intellectual ago is the great lack of propr education of our girls in the practical aftairs of every-day life. They all want to be "schoolmarms," gov ernesses or the wives of rich men. Ilousehold work, which should form the basic principle of our economic life, is shunned by them as somnething degrading. A young woman will stand behind a dry goods counter four teen hours a (lay fo a tauere pittanlce-not enough to clothe her--lose her health, become anmtic and untitted for the perforn'tnce of her natural duties, rather than accept a position as a domestic, where she would have a comlfortable home, good health and become properly fitted for the duties of a wife and mother. Tie ranks of the unfortunate arc filled with shop girls, who, having no place it, spend iucit' evenings, seek the parks and beer gardens, where young men, as it were, lie in wait for the...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 November 1886

VO. VIiP('~KE1NS, S. C., rFIIUI(SI)AY, NOVEMBER 1 86 V O L.ta1 t,1 N O. r(mnei tF1. r_ A VRON(GE) VO1AN. Till TIiUE 'TOIIV O' MI. I,.\\iV 1S . III.AIAP'Y1 lll I i.. 'cdded to n Sot Whom, It'r liounty S.t pirt. . Wounded by Uatiunmy, b,ut .t wnyl lrr . (torldon Correspo "le o3 N w Yo k ii h ) Just before Mrs. Langtry sailed for America a Supe)lCr wis given her by a few of those who knew her best to bid her good-bye and give he1+courage. Ainong those preselt was henry Irving, wlho said to her at parting, "(lod" speed you, Mrs. Langtry, and i ring you safe iii r turning. I hope we shall see you very soon again." ''Perhaps before you think," was the answer. "If they gleel me as they did before-I'm coming home and shall give it up." This little speech, with its half-healtcd laugh, was the most pathetic bit of her self and of her lile that Lillie Langtry has ever given to any one. It meant much, and it conveyed more, perllaps, to those present than it possibly could have to any ono else, ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 November 1886

TLI SENTIW,JL J. .W. DOGG8 ECiroi. I). I. t::t.IDLEY & Co., PzornTonis. [IC ENS 0. U. .S. C.: t t TRURS)AY, NOVEMB1R 4, 1886. c Fmr Subscription, $1.50 per annum, t strictly in advance; for six months, 74Sc. AtlveriRemEnts inserted at one dollar per square of one inch or less for the first 1 insertion and fifty cents for each subsequ ont insertion. li'Aberal discount made to iarchants and others advertising fur six f monuths or by the year. Vbituary Notlees exceeding five lines, Tributes of Respect, Comtmunletions t of a personal character, when adnssalie, will be charged for as advertisements. For Announoing fundilates, five f dollars each, strictly in advance. 8 PA PER - beou onf fle a.t eis. Greenville is somewhat exercised ever the rumor that the Ilicbmond & Danville Syndicate is about to get s ntrol of the Georgia Central in this State, and once more deprixe Green tille of the great luxury of competing freight lines.. That was.a mostheart rending dis aster which ocurrod...

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. — 4 November 1886

LOC.A.L ITEMS. NoW the leaves begiu to fall. Mss Ella Holmes returned to Pondle 'ton.ast week. Mrs. Lissie Ospehart is visiting friends itWalhalla. Mortages will be superoseded by liens next year. Mr. W. W. Holoombe of Greenville was in town last week. The town received another supply of apples last week. Mrs. S. McElroy of Pendloton is vie iting the family of Prof. MoCaslan. The frost this fall has not in the least interfered with the cotton cropu. The frost last Saturday morning was almost equal to a young snow. Court at Walhalla convened last Mon day, Judge Hudson presiding. Mrs. W. M. MoCaslan has returned from a visit of several days to relatives jin Pendleton. Mr. Jerre H. Payne is building a handsome dwelling at Central on site of the old academy. The Piokens merobants keep the very beetgrooeries which they soil cheap for the cash. What about thom birds you killed last Friday and Saturday; You were too pre.. vions. Pickens people may congratulate themselves on the apple and o...

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

- M8ARIED TO TUS WNE A Singular Separation and iteetoratio-. A Life of DIheipatlon.--Bovuaoe i l:eal Life. IENDiESON, Kr Oct., 21.-The death of Gaho Tate last week brings to mind the romantic career of his life. Tate was born and raised in this county. ills father was one of the prosperous planters of ante-belluni days. I'ho large tract of land he owned was in Walnut bottom, in the most prodUctive part of this section. lie had a large number of slaves, and better still a large bank account. Gabe had grown in an atmosphere of luxury until luxuries were common. lie had been accustoted to having his own way and to have CCry want supplied. When his father died the estate was divided between ltim and his sister, Mrs. 1)r. J. A. I larding, who had gone to the home of her husband in Jefelir son county, now a part of Louisville, Ky. There he met Miss Shotwell, the daughter of Col. A. L. Shotwell, a man who was rich in a dozen (lifl'crent ways. his steam interest was only second to his lande...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 November 1886

....,... ,,. . VOL. XVI. I ICKENS, S. C., T1it ISI)AY, NOVEMBER 11, 1886. NO.7. A PLUbI'1C At (' El'1 ' lY. 11o1\' Tiii ('A\i1'IT IGllt;li .\ I'% l:LH M \'\'.K ('ini'.t:it. TIe Old Step)ping- Itone" to t.' I'reletd tr) Turued to n -urn+ t(ost to (Iblltt - Is n't 'hr o itM iZliginI1g 1?tTtitecs. (Letter to the New Yeic Sun.) VASINoTON, November 2.--From the time of Jolin Adams until the adittinis tration of Audrew Jackson, the Cabinet was the stepping-stone to the Presiden cy. Jeflerson, Madison, Monroc, and John Quincy Adams had beeti Secreta ries of State. Van Baren, though he had the portfolio of the State depart ment during Jackson's first tert, stcppted front the Vice-President'" choir in tlho Senate chamber to the head of the talle in the White House. With a single cx cuption of Buchanan, no man since \'an Barn's time has been elected to the Presidency who had previously served in a Cabinet, though (Geinenl Crant had been in charge of the War I )epartient. temporarily durint .1...

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. — 11 November 1886

F TilESENTINEL. J. E BOGW, Editor. . E. BOOOS & Co., Proprietors. I (ENE C. Il.. C.r ITHUI*IDAY, NOVE\IBER 11, 1886. As will be seen from a notice in another column, I have purchascd Maj. Bradley's interest in the SENTI NF.. I hope to merit the continu auce of the liberal patronage which h9a been extended by the citizens of the County and surrntndiing country. I have not, and will never, say any thing to make anyone mad. Pickens County is my native land. W hat is for its good, is to my- interest. My two boys join me in kindest regards to all the 1cadors of the SENTI1L, and trust tha't our relation in the future will be as pleasant to you, as we hope them to ho profitable to us. J. E BOGS. The boxes in this county for the general elcction ar; entirely too con bersome. A four inch cube would hold all the votes at each precinct, if every votor in the c unty sho:Ild tn-i out. It is a two-horse load in hulk to carry ten such boxes as we now have to the precinct. If there is not some ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 November 1886

Miis Lie V. Hagpod visited friends in Welbialla last week. Dr. 7l ey- viited Lsurens 0. .., last \ieek on biesIls. mo: t )r4 pioking over will take in "i. erop of 1886. J de J. $. Newton is a model Sun . -h oolSuporintendent. 'T'h., Legislature meets on the 4th 'TuI4 ! y in this month. The landlord has no lien on the crop fr . pjldes unles it isin writing. rh protracted dry weather sent many w:g. nu > the blacksmith. t t want a nice, good stylish hat, c'llm Alexander & Folger. Mr. :'rank Hammond, of Greenville, b'A i' <wn last week on business. 4o' r..1 persons have gone frow this C'unt; to attend the State Fair. (re)e rifle National Bank stook sold wk 1;n , b auetion last sale day for 178. I1 orreoe Horton has moved to meton. He occupies tho Blake : h 1100. . 0od farmer says scald your wheat stone water, if you wish to pro wut. next House of Represntatives " , composed of ninety now memli .rr rty-four veterans. rrial Juetioe crop blusincas seems mewlaat improve.i, since t...

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. — 11 November 1886

A MOD$1<r AMBON. ltelmuarkable Feate With Cannon, larreb of Lead and liar Iron. Frntm the Troy, New York, Times. I C ro ose to give you a short sketch of the life of a man who was littlo known outside of the village of Gran vIlle Corners, in Washington county, where lie was born and spent tha most of a long life. It is known of him, and can be proved, that he has per tormed feats of strength unsurpassed by any man that has lived in ancient and modern times, excepting, otconrse, the Biblical Samson. hls name is, or was, Steam Carpentcr. His uccupa (ion was that of a irnier. Bcing nat urally of a very quict, lieaceful dispo sition and a member of the society of Friels, lie ncver did anything f1o tilsplay to attract attention, but the feats of atrength he perlormed were lone more to satisfy himself and to see how much he could lift than any Ihing else. All his lifting was done by main strength, without harness of any kind. One of his greatest feats was lilting a box lilled with iron...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 November 1886

rtiy ':. ,.9 ;r " v'1 ZP>A' ;- ''j 4;"tl!M . ''jl, v_ i. w. Ir ::r+ ia'i f , r ';.; ";r ;, ., : Ii.: i'r v , Z' , itp".- ; C,{. 7I t ' t tR1a 'i '+ + { ^t. .. .!" rr{ ; ti l ti " 3rf 1 .I 1' P \ tmii ___ r ,m Mrrn Z jj1j1' - ;: .M r r. ______ '.,'1'I111 SI) 1l', \ (_)V1r1lL'1 :h . 'lTil: 1A ll I UA \ 1l I I \. A GOOI)LY (lAT'llIG ll; ( lmlf::ta.TI: AT T11;1'':(ill T CA'T tI,. A Pernannent (Irgnan , . N't IiWha 1)e1un1id id of the (ener,iI .aMn uIly-.''he I'e ,rtiaH Ins Detail. 'The State Farmers' Convention met in Agricultural -tall, Columnbia, on Tues day, the 9th inst., and was called to order by Capt. B. 11. Tillnan, of Edge fiold. Capt. Tilmau then proceeded to read an address of which the Columbia Regis ter makes the following synopsis: Capt. Tillman stated that owing to his having been called upon frequently to speak throughout the Stato the past su mer, he had acquired somtewhiat" a facili ty for extemporaneous speaking, but that as ho coul not follow his subject with that...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 November 1886

e. z a -i> , Editcor. J. E. BOGS & co., Proprietors. [I'tO E;N\ C. UI.. S C. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1886. ellIs PAP]E !Ry,T ' n4pft+eng'o Dr. S. Pope, of Newberry, is a wor thy man, but ho ought not to allow his friends to run him for spoaker against Hon. James Simmons. The fact that Savannah has re ceived 100,000 bales of cotton more up to date this fall, than up to the mnae period last fall, counts much for the Georgia Central System of Railroads. Saturday's News and Courier is tnistakon in ascribing to the Saxrr cm, a paragraph saying that earth. quake gas had caused fever in this county. The health of this county is firt class. Charleston's vote on the Constitu tional Amendment relative to the cen eus was Yes, 5; No, 897. That Coun ty seems anxious to have a reapportion ment of representatives indefinitely postponed. The city of washington needs an other curiosity shop. Prof. Spencer F. Baird will ask the next Congress for $250,000, with which to Luild an LA clt1-'?e O1r ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 November 1886

LOCA L ITEM S. 8end us the news on a postal card. Mrs. Florenoe Griflin attended tht Btate la. Mrs. A. P. Nioholson visited friendi in town last week. Mrs. Baylus Sloan is visiting the fam ily of Maj Lewis. Col. J. E. Hagood was in town for a ew dae last week. Air. Wm. Wilson was very ill last week with typhoid fever. Capt. J. J. Lowis has the champion okra stalk. It measures 10 feet. Mrs. Donnelly who, has been quite .Iek, is now mucj improved. Miss Sue Ellen Lewis retred from her visit to Walhalla laet Saturday. Cook ghting enjoyed a good run in ..olumbia during the State Faiy. See change of schedule on the Rieh mond and Danville Railrose1. The Sonth Carolina Bar Aasociatiou meets on the first day of December. Valuable lands advertised for sale next sale day by the Sheriff and Clerk. Court Convened at Greenville last Monday, Judge Hudson presiding. P' If you want to make us feel good, give uu a few dollars for the SENTIXEL. Mrs. (I. W. Taylor is visiting her fa ther, Col. D. Wyatt...

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. — 18 November 1886

'iU(l1TS FOR TII MONTH. OMK11 tsK.1>r111LE t'GESTlON8 FROM2 1I1:AIt .itCTRORITV. %I,n Work tie (ood Farm.ra klihoutd IDo in the Ninmll of No enuber--Au Interetlnmg .tril cie From nn Inltellgetl Writer. (W L. Jones in the Noveilr "Cultivator.'') In the southern portions of the cotton belt, oats and wheat may still lie sown; in some sections it is the best time to shirt these crops. But in the northern portions of the belt, it is too late to sow anything but wheat, rye ind barley-too late for clover and the winter grasses. Cotton planters (dly the sowing of wheat, until the cotton is picked oui, both because, while that work is progress ing it absorbs all the available labor, and because wheat usually follows cotton, and the plougi.iig in cannot be done till the cotton is out of the way. 'lis makes the sowing of wheat come on a little later than is desirable. -'ear of the fly justi lies delay till nfter frost, but the sooner after frost wheat is so.vn the better. The phnt needs tim...

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

- . II VOt.xVI. I'1('KENs, S. C. 'I'l 'SIAY,oI 2, isso. - NO.9. uNO.9. AN IPI lD''EI) U Ili TiIE \ 1itl 1i I: I'ti.N4 llTorun i .i TCha t:ittered ( ''rreer of n Jitn \Vhii \\'nnlte( It, InII joy liie ,lIO,t*f - (.nood toutry by. .1aa1n rice . I:an. l Mr. Peleg V. Atkinson was a good man, and, if he had )een a poor matn, he w'ouldl have been a hlalpply one. Bit, unfortunately, he was rich, and lie had gone to Europe---as that amiable Sii Le1)el Uriliin once said-to Iitislh an education that had never becn b)egtu) it homne. Peleg V. Atkinson, witIout the "Mr. which, in'o)bediene to what he Was as sured was a New York cust<n, he al ways Lad engraved on his cards, was worth much at the foot of a check. It was a great name in the .i'hiila,llphia marts of t,rade. 'lird street klnew and honorc(l it, andt it wa:; not m, kiiown in Wall street. As I said, lie o as rich; lie hind ''sk:mmued the cream :1l -iropte," as he 1)hrasel it, and he tad exhausted all the pleasure t.hat could l te had...

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 November 1886

THE SENTINEL. J. E BO W4, Editor. Ja B. IOOS & Co., Proprictors. PICKENS.C. li.. S. C., TfUR8DAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1868. Prai4e Waiteth For Thee. Grover Cleveland, President, and l John C. Sheppard, Governor, have by proclamation ,tppointed Th ursdav,the 25th day of November, as the proper 1 time for the public celebration of di vine goolness. We cannot infer from this circumstance that either of the said gentlemen was, or is now a su perintendent of a Sabbath School; or that either of them, at his daily meals "makes a beginning" otherwise than s by reversing his plate. It wns an 1 official aet (one in respect to' the cthristian(rehigion, and custom. The people oD the States are by profession christi ns. The conpact upon which the Union is based recogizes God as tho "giver of every good and perfect 'gift," and the rulers would remind the pccpl'e hthnt Pitey should publicly icnowfge tihe goodness of God, by some special act of worship. A day of thanksgiving, fasting and prayr r was o...

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 November 1886

LCAL T TEMI The Legislature convened last rueday. Last Monday was a live day with our nerchants. Just one moitb from to-day, (Taurs )" day,) until Christmas. Mrs. James E, Hagood was quite siuk i mst Monday. ' The Sabbath Schools wore well atton ..ed inst Sabbath. Many of the colored people are leaving ie lower eountics for Arkansas. If you do not know wherolse to put 1 ie light on retiring-put it out. Mr. B. F. T. Blackeby is said to own r ne best bird dog in the County. The town of Laurens hs a danuing i ouse for its earthquake curiosity. The Clerk held the final referenco in 'ie case of Kolley vs. Kelley last week Mr. John J. Kirksey is att3ndipg lee "arAs pt the Medical College i Augusta, The corner-stone of the new church at .'eter's Creek will be laid iext Saturday. Dr. John I. Hollingsworth and Mr. olin P. Boggs rotu'rned from Louisville - ast Thursday. The Eighth Circuit will be called in the upreme Court on the 13th of Decem 'er, and OCCUPY five days. We hear of pheasants i...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 November 1886

CIIESTER A. ARI'lUlt1)EAD.' A I''ItKIE OF APOPILEXY TERI MNA'rE THE EX-1e"REUENT'$ LIFE. kircken In HIs teep-Ho Passee A'way Peace fully and Palnlesely, Unconscilu of Hi. ur roundingrs-Expre slonr of Norrow On All tdes-Preeident Clerelaud $endr a Touching Comnnualeation to MrM. McElroy- Public luildlug. Draped in Mourning. NEw YOIIK, November 18.-Ex Presi dent Chester A. Arthur died at 5 o'clock this morning, at his residence, No. 123 Lexington avenue. lie had been ailing for some time from a complication of diseases, principally kidney affection. He sp)ont the summer at a watering place, and it was supposed that this had strengthened somewhat his enfeebled constitution. His death was unexpected, it not being supposed outside his house that he was in any immediate danger. As s)on as the news of Mr. Arthur's death was mad. public imatiy flags on pubhw and private buildings were placed1 at half mast. Mr. Arthur had lived at No. 123 Lexington avenue for twenty years or i ore. A stroke ...

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