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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 2 December 1886

- F I VOL. XVI. I>lK EN . C., TII U SD)AY, D )E EM P>E R. 2, 188. No NO10 A FIll l'rt'n"n tl it im oi (ih' h t iet o t ' - I i gt,ge time Attentcinn of(t i .N iiak -. i)nring tIie i'rrieit Si.tcnt . The message of Governor Ahieppn itl was road in the General Assiiibly Oil Wednesday the I2-Ith uit. ihelow is given a synopsis of its content:. The State debt is now $,10w 22, 111.57, which includes $5'8,451.t 7 is yet to I hunded at fifty cents on tho dollar. Governor Sheppird recom n-nd iidb that the tim( for funding, excep t b)y sp eci)tl Act of the Logislature, be timilted to : 1 October, 1889. T'I 1: T.\ X I,A w. A1ftler reviewiig tho tax syst, ti in ge;l oral, Governor .3he1ppard poit I out tie following detects: First. 'All pr)1'op1ty hnlsuject to taxa tion" is iot atsse ssed. Second. " 'A tin i tortan dil eip IU1 rate o 1 atsseSSmeont andt taxattion" is not 1:aid. Third. '1'Te paymenit of the taxes eani not be enforced. After briefly con-idering tie t wo Jirst topics, (Gove...

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. — 2 December 1886

THE SENTINEL. ,. E s 0QG'4, EdEt or. J. E. BOGS & Co., Proprietors. $IOKENS C. II.. S. C., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1868. For Subeoriptton,.* .0 per anntum. strictly in advarce; for six months, 75c. Adverteenonts inserted atone dollar persquarcofone inch orless for the first sertlon and fty cents for each subsequ "nt insertion. ,iberal discount made to merchants antothIers advertising for six months or by the year. Obituary Notices exceedint five lines, Tributes of Respect, Communications ofta personal character, when adnissabale, will becharged for as aivertisemets.. 'THIS A E R 'bo n A ott The Cnmberland Gnp Road (Greenville News. Col. Bowen, of Piokene, was in the city yesterday. He says work on the Carolina, Cumberland Gap & Chicago Bailrod will be begun immediately if a oontraotor can ho found who can give bond to complete the road400 miles from Aiken to Somerset, Ky., within two years, and that a contractor who can probably moot the requirements is now on the way hero. A ...

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. — 2 December 1886

LOCAL 1TE1M$. Next Monday is sale days Mr. Wluza Saders has bought out Mr. .Z. . Horton on Golden Creek, Bead tha sales of Neal Estate wnd come to A'ickes next Monday and buy a traos of land. Read the notioe of J. 0. 0. Parsons, ezeoutor, and 8. W. Olayton adminis trafor. Capt. . J. Lewis has a pig eleven months old that will not mia weighing 400 pounds very far. Ask Mr. A. M. Morris for the "Aliga tor'' brand of oysters if you want some thing real nice. They are superb. Mrs. Ounnidgham and Mr. S. D. (oodlett will sell a most desirable lot on Main Street, in Piokeus, next Monday. Col. W. S. Smith who has been at Laure ns C. H., this season, has purahas ed more than two thousand bales of otton. Any one wanting earthquake sand can sail on B.rtran Thornley. He is now Manufacturing a perfect imitation for 25 eents a bottle, On the 24th instant Frank Vandiver was before Commissioner Thornley on a charge of removing and conoealing whis key. He was held for court. We regret that an importa...

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

TIE STORY OF A "FREAK." TiE "SNAKE-1IN.(iE1tEi) MAN' iN SEC(NI) (:ENI:itATION. Ciiriou. Ite.ulit o,f a linrib l ' It to Make llefornity a SoSIae of. ievent nu--A ('t'e ili t rat lug the l're-aNtal 1iIlI*tenite--.A Ii orrile I41 at( thei I11Ilalt. (Speci,l to the St. lotuis Glob,P-l)emocre ) 1'itl.ADELPIlA, NoveiIer Iti.-The medical profession of this city are inter ested in a remarkable case which is now engaging the attention of three of the most clminent )rolfesstrs in the Universi ty of Pennsylvania. Ttere is )robably no parallel recorded in the hooks, an( the long discussed quest iont of pie-natal inflence has received a ctrroloration that cannot but fail to convince its most skeptical opponents. '1lte ease is inter esting, not only to muedical men, but. to the public generally, ina l)ch as it re lates a strange story of how greed for wealth and 'ame caused two persons to imperil two lives. Antoine 1 ellinai, a (h-noese, known in the show butsiness as 'ony Ilallentine, was marri...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 December 1886

VOL. XVI - PICK ENS, S. C., T1H U RSI)AY, I)ECEMBER 9, 1886. NO.1 ': Till GENE1tAL ASSE1lIBL. TIRE WOli l)ONl IN TIlE si:CONn WEEK of TIIE SLSSION. e'io i.awmtakeir Sett lo Down to Iard Vork---Many Me,auire, lntrodLuced antd Conslidoredl. The second week of the session of 1880 was marked by the introduction of the usual number of bills, some impor tant, some needless--some that will pass, many that will suiTer the defeat they de servo. 'rho General Assembly has settled down to actual work, and the fruit of its labors will ere long bo visible to the poo plo. We give below a synopsis of the proceedings, condensed from the daily papers. Senate. The Senate's short session was a 'ery busy one. Many bills were introduced, a large number of reports were made and the Calendar was cleared of all measures except those provocative of speech making. There was objectiou to the consideration of the Charleston and Sumnmerville reassessment bill, and it went over until to-morrow. When the came up f...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 December 1886

J.E BOGGS& Co., Proprietors. t P[ 1 N C H1.. S C THURIAY, :1 EMBEI 9, 186. For ubserlptlon, $ i .5 p( -amum, strietlv in advan,ce;Itfr -i x ,in tt is, e-. Advertiseuents inserted ut rune dollai I per aquare of one itch or 1es f(r the first iis(rtion a(id tlft v ee't for r:h stle(tn onb itnwrt ion. Lib rnI i fsetm t tadt( to mrnchanuuts anid uthirr adlvertisin;g for sixr m'mths or by the ye;ir. Vbituanry Noticeed'NrimL tiv<lines. Trihmtes of Respec"t . Commii r-ti "at iots of }t personal charnrter. wher a'hnissale wtil beh'larged for ats a(ivertisemets. ' THIS PAPER .?"y * AdverUstngDutreau1(IOSpruoWSS.) wthorend rlIr ng nrscA u.s lc ma(o fur t 1 IYLW 7COBK. Hard TinuIea4 Ea1V. Tle (iscordatntt tong of ''hard tiues" is il alnost" every tongue, but pra('ti cally it is not respnided to by the great majority of our people. It is t "io the crrops are short, and many ounplain that they have not the wherewith to piay their accounts, but the pressure l:s b(en greatly releiv ed, by ma...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 December 1886

n 1) him wkn Was caught ay from I cne last Friday night. Our w rthy Qounty Treasurer makes a flrst of errand boy. k Alexaider and Folger's rubber goods Jave been in demand sinoe the snow. There was Sunday Schobi at the Meth odist Church Sunday in spite of the snow. Fearful Inroads were made on the rab bit kingdom last Monday and Tuesday. - The average number of patients in the Lunatio' Asylum for the last fiscal year was 623. y. E. Boggs went to Columbia last week to attend the meeting of the State 'Bar Assooiotion. Dr. John I. Hollingsworth loft last week for Florida, where he has gone for the beneft of his health. SparLanburg has gone wet, and it is said the coucil will adopt high license, to wit: $1,000.00. MI.. Marie Movaslan is at home on a short visit. Her many friends are delight d to see her. Farmers are all busy sowing grain. Better sow your grain late than to buy breadstuff on time. B. F. Harris was bouad over to apoar at the United States Court by Commis stoner Thornley o...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 December 1886

THE INSTALLATION Ok Ol .1NE IXECUTIVE. I The iuuguraI Addres Hcelvered ou (he OCca,4IOf---A Strong sutil TInely 'a,er. Governor John Peter Riehardson was duly iuaugurated on ''uesday the 80th ult., in the Opera House at Columbia. 1 After taking the oath of olilce, Governor t Richardson iade his inaugural address, as follows: lentlemten of the Senuate and House 1 of Representatives: It is with a deep sense of the responsibility and obliga tion I asmsune that I have just taken in this solemnn presenice the constitutional 1 oath of otlice as (iovernor of South Car olina. With no ordinary emotion, and with a heart full of gratitude to the peoplo of this State, through whose partial kind ness 1 urm the recipient of this exalted i honor, I this day enter upoi the dis charge of its high duties, to the faithful, honest, vigihmt and patriotic execution of which 1 pledge the honor of a devoted son of Carolina. Sincerely distrustful of lmy own abili ties, I contidently rely upon you, their cho...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 16 December 1886

' ,, A y ii, l ,t :f ;i nlyw "7 .;'l . 7r i ,Mn., . ' v r U:I, X V1, I'1 K E S 5.. ('. 'I11u 1 1 E TIlE (GENERAL ASSEMUILi. S111't'I iOUSiS 4('i'T u)WN 'rO .t AlI reea Me Wrso' l'lic itrs o ti(.i'r;(1a t1i'imeu,,' , .) 1'uil c I *li( ((ra; (',: sir.Ie i ---syn.p,ie j f u he 1'o-r".'. ing Tho third week of the session of the fLogislaturo was full of iiiiportanlt work. 13e1ow will be found a syntopsis of the proceedings. Sunate. The following now bills wero intro duced: Bill amending tho eharter of the town of Chester; relating to the p' mont of witnesses in criminal cast?esl in Lancaster colaity; allowing l'rolbate Judges to jper':orm the (luties of the supervisor of rcgistration. Bill to charter te Bank of (:r:et\ ood; amending the priority lieu 1a;. ; joint resolution to amend the COnslitiuion 1)y striking out Section 32 of Article 2, in reference to homestead; to regelit the sale of seed cotton and unpacheI lint cotton in Abbeville county; iil ft reqiuilie assignees to give 1 ands...

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

I. E fOtU4, Editor. J. E. BOGGt & Co., Proprietors. I[CKELN 0. I., s. C., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1886. For Subscription, $1.50 per annum' strietly in advance; for six months, 75c Advertisements inserted at one dollar per square of one inch or less for the first insertion and fifty cents for each suhseqir eat insertion. Ltheral discount made to wrehants and others advertising for six months or by the year. Ubttuary N'otico's exceeding fvelines, Tributes of Respect, Communications of a personal character, when admissahle will be charged for as advertisemets. ilIaa ."aa."T.u?' "W2 e oif Learn More. Some of our exohttnges are very tuch exereised in regard to the re moral from office *Mr. Sloan by Col lector Bradley, and the re-appoint ment of Jack Little, who is a republi can. There bas been aome hasty OllenlCIltl the authorS of which would have been spared tho!pains had they taken trouble to learn more before they wrote so much. Every one who knows Maj. Bradley will iot quvntion th...

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

y . h.? <umpe upo 9 - laset week. i ."r wer the abbits that were slain lastQek ture does not seem dispos ed repeal the lien law. e lful session of the riedmont In stitu irill close next Friday. ThefAnnual Conference of the Moth odist ohnroh met at Orsngeburg on the 15th inst. Mr. W. H. Stanton, of Seneca has mde an assignment for the benefit of his creditors. 'he young folks had another most en jeyable party at the Hotel De Thornley last Friday evening. 'o. Rev. y. B. Campbell of Green ville and several members of his family have been quite ill. A new post-ofmoe has bees establiehed la *nairis. Township, ealled Oates, with 1[. L, O. Belid Post-naste. Mr. f1liot Kennemore killed a hog lest week that weighed; 846 pounds net. thi is'a little ahead of the Marlborough Pig. Miss Mami. Tolger who is attending the Columbia Female College is making most commendable progress in her studies. The Marion Star says on the 1st inst.. Mr. E. B. Owens was married to Miss 8. y. Collins. Ed has our...

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

TUOUGUTS FOR TIlE IONTil. S 8O)IB Alt0NAeLE auUEt3TIO S FROM HGH AUTHORITY. What Work the Good Farmeri bhould ho in tI the Month or December--An Interesting Ant- a cie From an Intelligent Writer. (W. L. Jones in the I)ece:nbe.r "Cultivator.") Last niontli attention was calletd to r the imtportance of stipplyinug nimials, in wiitel', with wartm water and warm food. It was stiugested( that water be 1 brought from springs, inl Iuterground pipes, directly into the stalls, whenl ever this was pacticabile. 'itut as this cannot be done on many farns, we suggest anlot her arralgemetiii, which is practicable on CVry farm. A force 1 pump may be placed in the barn or stable with pipe running toi it to a i well near by. With such arrange ntent, the farmer without exposure, and without taking his animals from their stals, could supply them with iresh, warm water, by pipes trunning t from the pump to (lriinlig vessels iln each stall. 'lhe pipe, leading to the well, should be sunk deep enough in t...

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

rn f r ."r h ... r r .i'.. r r "': . J ''Y1 1, r 7 1 ,{,f L'tM1J yr" ."+ fi v - Y y 1 r '1'lL[II1 DAlr, I)I+ C 'NIB 'R TIlE GENERAL ASSEMIY. TiE MEASURES (ONSi1)ERtI:n IN TH E FOURTIH VEEK OF TilE SESSION. Both IIOi's (lt )uwn to Ilaui Vork Wihat WVua i)ono andl What WaK L.eft Undone. Senate. The following new bills were intro ctucod: Bill relating to agri sultural contracts and prescibing a punishment for inter ferring with such contracts; to reduce taxed costs in certain cases; to amndltl Section 2,460, General Statutes, relating to the criminal law; to regulate the rate of interest upon loans; establishing a college of agriculture and the mechanic arts, and to devolve tho duties of the de partment of agriculture upon its board of directors; relating to the collection of delinquent taxes; authorizing the refund ing of tho taxes paid by farmers on cot ton listed for taxation in 1886 from the crop of 1885; to amend Section 1 of an - Act to change the time of listing prop erty for ta...

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. — 23 December 1886

r J. E fl 00i , Editor'. J. E. BOGOS & Co., Propriotors. 'IOKENS C H.. S. C., TUURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1886. PoT Subscrlpt on, $1 .IO prer anmnn strictly in advance; for six tuho th, 715. Advertiscnments insertedl at ,c' dollat perquare of one inch orleIR for tho first {nsertion and tifty cents for eaclh sub>se(lu ent in ertion. 1'b!.eral rliM'out nlde to +n+roh tnta sn'lt o;er4 ndvertising for six months or by t he year. Ubitnary Noties exeee'linn five ii+c, Tributes of Heapect, Comnmientions of -a raoual. +iract.er, wvhe n adlmisnulble will bo nharged f' r as a.lvertisem ets. THIS PAPER oKtointeat* ( Hornn(Ol rnwBt' \ ,rw adl.Tt.S, I Last week the House, in a most uncompromising way, killed out the Canal bill. They do a real business thing once in awhile. This leaves that enterprise in a bad plight for 1887. A Correspondent of the News and Courier writing from Laurens shows that the tax imposed on the people by the tariff is far more than the State taxes. In fact if it was no...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 23 December 1886

v+X. m'. l $g da the egge for Christmas. Sg otit the old year, zjng in the new. 'V days aregetting longer. Bad you ti .alit1 ~ . , be careful with the shot gun h' tmas.. ..J. D. Smith, of Liberty, had a nn. .t #e last week, +h pork sold on the street last week r ;.ven cents per pound. I ': merry wedding bells will begin to ci early in the new year. U c Q wish to know the oounty news a - sfor the SZNrnnL. week will decide who is to be It the Eighth Circuit. i i Dora Young, of Elberton, Ga., friends in Pickens. ~nNTINEL will not come to see you as . week. The boys want holiday A Slow in the winter foreshadow * in the summer. Let us smile. i:, embers of the Leginklrture will t for dinner on the 25th instant. lications for the 15th instant, in saying that it would be a derson Roper ezpets soon to 4 ..rkansaw, or some of the West iwly elected officers will take V their respective offices about January. tto for the new year is, "ener :; try, and economy." Ho who hat will win. )o for the C...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 23 December 1886

BIACK KU-KLUX IN YORk. NEI":ROE LANDED) TOOETHER Fi'' ROBBERY AND MURDElt. Time Itrntal ieti,,g to Death of Little ,Jojniunle (oui LeaI to the Vua-arthl, g of a Se'-re-t NOnety, Whose OJect waun tom Steal, to Kill Any ono Doteotiag Theni, anid t, (lear A cettied Memab,ers by False Trestl(mony. (Frumn the News aind Coiuier.) YOEvud, )ecember 15 .-About two weeks ago, or on the night of November 30, John Lee Good, a little son of Mr. V. E. Good, who lives in the western part of this county was brutnlly nur dered. The News and Courier has pub lished several very meagre accounts of the horrible anlair, from which it has ap peared that al out forty negroes in this coiltt) have b1anded together to rob and pdtlunder and 'muttrder il personS who might detect them in their lawlessness. ltoitn:y .N I) Mu>il l:it. The coroner's investigation of the nutrder of little John Leo (ood has re vealed a muost alarming stiteo affairs in that section, shc wing most conclusively that a sttuplndous con...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 January 1887

VOL, X VI. 1'1UIKF;Ns S. U. 111 RS)AY, JANUARY ,187NO1. TilE LAWS (F 1s. A Li"T 01" Tril-: Ac"'5 PASl:la lV' lil (eENI';KA:t. Assl:MnIJly. Niw 1{tlroatds, New ilant l 1ati New' il is". Unllt TlnII--A Rev'.Ie of (1theI Wol)Lit I, I1 I.eglalut ture. Below will be found a classified list of most of, the Acts passed at the recent session of the General Assembly-one hundred and f)rty-one in nubther. There were twenty-four public or general Acts, live appropriation Acts and thirty Six Acts relating to county afliairs. Be sides, there were sixteen Aeta relating to railroads, twelve to nutnicipal chatrters, twenty-uine to lliscellanleots chatters, soven to stock law exe"mptions, two cou stitutional amleitdnients, four relating to the salo of liquor and six of a mliscellaanc " ous character. APLIttol'lIA'Ti')N:. An Act to make appropriations for the fiscal year conumencing Novenber 1, .1886. An Act to make approriatiolas for the paymtent of tle p er dium and mileage and stationery certiticat...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 January 1887

tdE SEN T1EL, .J.E BOdi4, Edttor. J. E. BOGGS & Co., Proprietors. PLCKRNS 0 ii.. S. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1887. For Subscription, $1.50 per annum, strictly in ad vance; ir six months, 75c. Advertisements inserted atonie dollar rersquareofone inch orless for the first nsertion and fif ty cents for each suhscqu ent insertion. Ltberal discount made to roarchants and others advertising for six months or iy the year. Obituary Notices exceeding five lie es, Tributes of Respect, Communications of a personal character, when admissable will be charged f,r as ad%ertis: mts. TUSPAPER PLW..UA xO. :m r .a./.nwJ Yr.n ..+rFwtu,,r., "iTlu : Colonists for RoutL Carolina. The News and Courier says:-"Mr. Theodore Wenzel, of this city, has writtan a pamphlet, which is address ed to the Legislature, in whiol he deals with the question of th< development of the up-country o South Carolina. The scheme o Mr. Wenzel's proposed settlement o the upper counties by immigrants ii based on the proposit ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 January 1887

LOCAL IT iMS. The lien law was not rep aled. Be sure to read McFall's Almanac for 4 January. We trust you feel betoer einoe the hol idays. Miss Nannie Cox p nt the holidays a Spartanburg. We have the ufunil VYagraphs of boll lay mishaps. Y ead the ne'w laws published bn the cirst and fourth pages. Let everyone strike from the shoulder or success in the new year. blis Lucie Ellis has returnned to Wil i amaton Female Colle. Miss Laura.Elll began a nine months ihool at Oolonoy last Monday. Be careful or you will write 1880, hen you wish to write 1887. It is saic that the Commutation Road ax Law has been repealed. Mr. Bheriff Brown has been appointed iry Commisaionr ior this County. Mr. T. i. 3o-gge has moved to Cen al where he is ruhuting a saw lnill. Health knows nothing of human dis i nction, and abides with him who treats best. Mr. N. B. Cary of the Walhalla Bar *as in town last Monday on professional usinees. Read the SETINEL and find out what ie Legislature has done and what it as...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 January 1887

Ti OUTLOOK FOR THE 8OY. The Optimiitic View of 'liK Opportulitie To-Day. (Flom theb Soe and Leather R1eporter, Dec. 38. This is a good age to be born in; th( infant of to-day whose life is prolonge( to the allotod term will see more wondenl than any of his predeeossors have seen, and if the world continues to progress as fIst as it has been progressing during the past seventy years, the opportunities will be before him of a fortunate career. ie will be in a larger s)here and under greater responsibiities, but the llr' thatt is required of him the stronger will he his power of achievement. Meu always rise to the ocCUsioI. 1f any work is to be accomlplisled, sonebody is sure to come forward and take it in hand. No matter how arduous the utndeitaking, if it is within the scol)p of luuan lrowes its coml)letionl will not. lhe suftered to fail. It may be hindered, thwarted, inisdi rected, but in the end it will be success ful. Rivalry is the powerful motor by which great enterprises are i...

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