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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 January 1887

VO. XV >U CKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1887. A LETTER FROM CA'T. TII.I.Y. AN. Ho (;ive is View s on Certiuh Thingw U,ne by the Leglsluture at the eecent Nes+aon. To the Editor of the News and Couri er: Your editorial in the ''h e News ald Courier of December 24, headed '"The camo Old ''rouble," is in the nain just and appropriate, but at the sme time it is misleading. For instance, speaking of the bills omanating from the l"aruers' Convention, and which have been either postponed, amended out of al shape or slaughtered outright in the Senate, you say: "Who is responsible we need not say. The Senators will be prepared, of course, to explain their action to their conl stituonts when the proper time cones, and they will doubtless be giveu the op portunity. But whatever their reason, good or bad, the fact remains that the quarrol of the farmers, if the have any, is with their own representativcs. the non-agricultural members of the (eneral Assembly have been willing and ready,...

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. — 13 January 1887

. E'Bi ) A Editor. J. E. BOGGS & co., Proprietors. TiHlS])AY, J ANUARY 13, 1887. For Subseript ion, $1 -5() p'r :lnnunl titiv(tl in ad1 tV;re: for TX 11101 tI's, 71ic. Advertiseuents insertrc<l at nne tollh: erdr square of one inc h or lcess for i he lust irsirtinn ain11fiftyv centsa fir eacht sule< -l i. insert 10m. Lb ler:il <i5u001 1nadle 1 m1'+rchants a ' lothers a.dveurtisir;g for six 'n "trh- or I. I the year. Obituar.v Noti"s exe<'vdinz live li"* TIributes of l{nspect, (01mmu1111<;:tiio'S of a pers'ltt;t charaucter, when ad hoss,le will he c1 an o i US or as i :'I 1m< ts. Birmingham, ;Alabama, is certainly eujoying a phenomenal boom. We crinldently believe that 25 or 30 young men have gone from this State to that pllce in the last month. The directors of the Penitentiary have detertined to discontinue work on the canal, except what is nocessa ry to protect it from damage. They have ctermnlned also not to hire out any more convicts except for the cash It ...

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. — 13 January 1887

Li CAL F TENMt. Mrs. B. F. Sloan is visiting Capt. J. J. Lewis. Dr. John J. Kirksey spent the hol days in Piokens. Rev. G. W. Singleton is boarding with Mr. J. K. Kirkaoy. Court convenes next Monday, his Hon or Judge Fraser, presiding. Mr. W. B. Allgood's child which has been quite sick is improving. A good new year's reaolution-"I will subeoribe for the SmErnab." The public school term began at the Piedmont Institute last Monday. Mr. Willie Griffin of Williamston was in town for a few days last week. The newly elected olfieers have taken oharge of their respective offices. Miss Lula Goodlett, of Spartanburg tic visiting Mrs. W. M. Hagood of Easley. Mr. (3. E. Robinson is assisting the Auditor in making the asesment of t 9?opewty. Bev. W. K. Bogge will preach at the Presbyterian Church next Sabbath at 11 o'clock, A. M. Sheriff Rishey has been quite busy serving jurors and witnesses for the *ext term of court. Many of our exchanges have gravely informed us that a new year, to wit; 18...

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. — 13 January 1887

INNKERTON CAUGHT THEM. ki ro A 1. i'IVE 01 Ti7': EXPitESS ItO11U?ItS IN (I'STODY. se -- fo A IMlrvel,t'x Narrativh o The'I'I r I ).-eti."'I1 t a)t Th'Irouigh the 1u lpudeeuvt- ul' Rtngl.lal.er tit. Wit r,kIi Sn Writ tog th.'. 11n ( 111101 Ia g " to I.ei t,er., rii (1rom the ilatdt lph:a luees.) rt' it is made known through the Pinker- ro tou detectives that they have captured n wI and fasteIed the evidence upon live men, 1 who were concerned in the robbery of rt the1' dto ams Expl)ress car on the St. Louis ti 11111 San Francisco Railroad;on the night - of October 25. thirty-six miles from St. or Ibtuis. 'T'he mtost imnportanut elue was ubtainable throulh the '"d.im Cui niings' letters o a St. Louis paper which'I Wire written by Fred \Witrek, who, t'2 tt i witht at 1m1a] uned W\'eatver, both cnglged I: I3 b)UsIineSS in Chicago, were the princi- " p als in the affir i. A po0rtiont of thu at .t)0,(0(0 stolen was reeovered from the bn live men, 1111 \\it'ock's wife and from e Il an i 1n...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 January 1887

VO.XI i(.'KENS, S. C., ThIU Ri1SLAV, JIANUAR 0 88.N.7 TFIlE LAWS OF TIlE S'I'AT'I'I. SOMI' 01 TiJ I ACTS I'ASSI:) .iv I'iI: u)si';NTr I,1;(IsLdt'1'. M(atutory P'rovislott oni Vaiius Ihatter-. of I'((h Iic Isi et('"4. The following are some of the more important Acts passcd at the recent ses sion of the General Assembly: AIWIiST AND n.AIr. t AN Act' to Amend Section 20)0 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to Arrest and Bail. SECrTON 1. Tlat Section 200 of the Code of Civil Procellrc be am(en]ded Iv adding thereto the followii, to Ie known as Paragtaph (: "In an action for the recovery of damages in a cause of aetion i t arising out contract, when the dcefelannt is a non-resident of the State, or is about to removo therefrom, or when the action is for injury to person or chlmratcr, or for injuring or for wrongfully taking, le tainig or converting property." n1A\wKE1s A':D 1'E,Iha. AN AcT to amend Sections 1,3.Ind 1,:t2 of the General Statutes, relat.ing to Hawkers and Peddlers. ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 January 1887

J.I O il l,Edit or. J. E. IIODUS & Co., Proprietors,. t'ltti i\ C. tL.. 5. C. THU13SDA', JANUA1RY 20, 1887. Por S'ubscrtption, $1. 0 m rrn lr 'ttrictly in aivace; fur six mouths, 75c. Ahertlsement.s inserted at ree dollai persuare ofoue ineh or less for the tirst insf'rtion and fifty cents for each sul c etiu nt insertion. Liberal (iscoult mude to to'mrchants and others advertisl.g for six ,'th' or hy t.he ytar. Obitttatry N otices excee'.dincg fiveline8, 'T'ributes of tespect, Cemmu :icatioc:s of' persnil 'chiracctr'r, when acdmis,-abl e will bee hurged for a:s avtrrrtisemets. 1. '. R i r.& t..,'H Nu,w5W . ,. taRi<+u YOunuitm "c "v L d'^t t&V~,5H Court. Court convened last Monday mor ning his H.mor Ju'tge Fraser presid ing. In Mr Orr's absenco on account of pickness in his family, Hon. M. F. Ansel was appointed to act as solici t >r. Sovepal hills were handed to the Grand Jury and his Honor char god them briefly as to their duties, when they reti:ud to consider th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 January 1887

LoCA.- IximS. J. T. Peudley hns gone to ArkaunaF Mr. John T. Price has gone to Arkan sas, on a proepcoting tour. Mr. Walter J. Bogge has matriculate d in the Piedmont Institute, The Presbyterian Sabl ath school meets at 9 a. in, next Sabbath. Whoever did see a winter courte at Piokons without bad weatherl "Neither a borrower or lender be" when it comes to ue.tspapors. Be a subscriber. A few d.iys ago there wore soveral ehook4 of earthquake indifferent parts of the continent. The tax books were closed last Satur urdy. Tuere are very low delinquents in this county. Mr. Berry Boggs, a son of M. R. Boggs expeote in a few days to go to Birmingham, Ala. Miss Annie Fant of the bridal party is spending a few daya with her sister, Mrs. Thornley. 'The attention of all concerned is called to the appointments on the Pickens Mis2ion by lrtev. 0. L. Durant. Mr. Mat. Winohester lhai placed upon our table quite a curionity in the way of a five-ed pig's foot. 'The post office at Central has been mov...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 January 1887

t1tiIIOLAItk AMt) ('ITlI LN~ eie WVords on the Nataure or Our Gioi'erniment and the Duty of Youug Men. Senator i iIwIley, of Conlnecticut, in the course of a recent liuldIr' to stu(ents at llalmilton College, said: "It is ilnpossible for one vho m:iy call hitmseif a veteran to come before al lu(ii('nce of young tmet without thinlking of thir futurC aid thu future of their (Ontlry. ihoys are apt to think that if they li:ul lived in the 1ast they wldI11( have Stoot l llther, tive stood by CroinwelI, have stI( by ('hrist. I ain not. sure they \w)uldl. Most of tIle me'n Of those titnes did not. ullt eVen) noW (hrist. is con stantlly being ('rueiied , constaniltl.y needls dlefenders. I io not be('lieve inl I his dii('ontet,(ntWit I the p)reSenlt, nor InI thlis :Igitalion for1 ('onstanit. chnge. Theare is One' thing you inay be cerlll of, wt' are i)au11 irrevoCtauly to the CXpeCri1l1ent of al go)e(rnm(nent und(er' whIh We slunll hllVe i niv''rsai 8l sflrage. So it is well for you aS thill...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 January 1887

. t 4. "I 4t. " r~ ''.T - - -" ---* VOL. XVI. "kENS S. C., TURIt1SDAY, JANUARY 27 1887- NO *~ lVI1AT TIlE l)EI'ARTMI:N' O1 A.IlI CUI:1'UI E 1) OING. An InterlIew wit". Coimii 41oner Itte(r What lie $ays About. tiu Itueent Attac"ks Upon I it Departmenut. (From the News and Counrit r.) COLUMIuA, January 18.- -Colonel A. P. Butler has been the commissioner of agriculturo of Soutlt Carolina ever since his department began its work, seven ycais ago. He is thoroughly devoted to it and, of course, knows all its details and shares all its aspirations. in vi('W of the confusion which exists in the pub lie mind as to the duties, acts and Ic sources of the department, nat the criticisms which have been na:de upon its management, the News and Courier Bureau ltis secured an intcrview with - ~ Commissioner Butler, enabling him to summarize the situation from his stand point. The fever of the 'Tillnan move mont" has abated, and the )colole of the Stato should be al)le to consider calmly and justly...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 January 1887

VbENTtNEp -. E. BOGS & Co., Propietor'. TH 1) , , JANUARY 27, I31 I"i)r ubcr1pt toin, -. 1 -r op r:i rt.ritv In a<dvance; 'or six Imo1 thW-, 7t5t r AdvertitIseimlents I.nsvrted tt oet (1(1 lhu uitr it:t f on e i or less f<.r the 1ii rst yaertion *ntl tifty re.:ta for each subs-gt 1. t; is19rtimOI. f,ib er:al (i t) t' ma le to u) riel:t tnt :(f ot, rs+ tiertilait.g for sXix n mthi or hy the year. Ulttt4 -y' Notica xcec ('ini. five line's,1 Trihua; of tineet, Conun)putrttions of :t t)rrnanl t"har:it ter, wvhen a-hutissaL,le will beehargetd tor a4 adivertit"emets. Pt .T TnayL ms ni tn.1 flinn nt Oer. S1', no. Lea '."s N,,wnpapl /tvertetb B3.ad(101$aio$t.o8)..hernndvertIin tt,wlt++.vt++ w ttutfmS lOt i.L 11V K . Ev 'N January ern of coirt slows 1 greater necesity for Chltlging the time f(r its sitting. It is bbanarous to send a low country man int) the m1ountains at thti seas;ont. Tho Co :tv (nuiissiosner and Bel >o1 Comnisisiocr's r1x)ts to be filed in the Cl rks uffice. I...

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. — 27 January 1887

'** Il r 4 for gardeaing. Qoftrt convenes at Abbeville next Mon Valetine's day is the ndit festive co osaio Juge Aldrich will preside at the next court, 'Mrs 'J. L. Thornley Is visiting her fa ther. , Look on the frst page for the new laws. Sweet Potatoes are getting Aweeter, +and.--scarcer. Dr. Miles N. Sitton of Seneca was in town last week, Miss Essie Eusacll is visiting friends at Autum, S. 0. The monntains Were covered with snow last Monday. Many of the farmers began to break their land last wook. Mr. Frank M. Cary of Sonoca was in town last Sabbath. Maj. S. P. Dendy of the Walhalla Bar ottend@d court last week. The last term of court furnished no feoruitaor the Peeitentiary. Just lean one way this year--forward' and strike from the shoulder. Mr. S. J. Johnson's friends will be glad to hear that he is inproving. Mrs. Patton, of Greenville, is visiting Mrs. W. W. Robinson, of Etwloy. The Oldo Folkes Concerte will ho ro peated at Easley next Friday night. 4 Nothing more will be s...

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. — 27 January 1887

ti T KNl AP I' ALN * "iio t. S t tl1~ In . In an editorial, some weeks sinco, one sentenco reads thus: "Our belief is that our world's history is near the end." THE DA;LY.ColuilthiS : c ' y1 , otes tat oI sen).eted, ati4 'spi* th ks t at?a gteat ninny good peop rmay be unrosonably si disturbed by such declt,ration, and that they "would like to know what reasons we g, have for entertaining such a belief." To this the editor of THE RE.coln adds his own wish that we "would give the public - the benefit of whatever information we may have on the subject." t WYe do not profess to have more informa tion thaini others have or might obtain from in the Scriptures and the signs Of the tim ' v as predicted in the Scriptures. 'Ihe ad vent of Christ will cud the probation of the world. We lix to hour, no day, nor N year. Only the study of God's word and the drifting signs.of the tlnes le d us to the belief that tho worki Is approaching an I, inparallele(i crisis. Whether that crisis S will he th...

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. — 3 February 1887

- --- .- h # VO1k X ____ efuI _ VO .XI4~C N,S . i T S A ,F B U R ,18.N .9 ItO\V '[LIE SIIAl i I:. J'I1{54NAL ANI) 0I'I'('I AI. TiTAi1 01' TlUE 1.1: o 1' i'i':lIi.%'s it'i,i+:lt. 11s .10t.ti:l of Travels, to aion It 1'r.11ttt"l--Iys S. (. W . ll'n.janihtn, n euen t Unit(II StateM lliiiit em' Iu t 'e r-i. The voice of the muezzin, a ion jilodious ciait, is heird lloating ot the still air of nmornting fromt the towel of T1chtertui. At the 'ime ioent'ltt ti 81111 bursts over the ciatert 1latii, anm burnishes the walls of th captitol witi golden glow. On the lofty tuIrret of i1 palace gate a: troo) of rovl tru1mji('tt:1 hails the cominig day, while in the sttt'il below rings tIme 1ulebtian Iortt tieh Ia nouices to I-ie polle thatt the puii baths are readV for the daily ibbhittion At thet stiile tiiite the catnltel be Ii a' lteardi of ciratvltllS which, a:t er tr::vclin, ill night, ire niw cnteriig the city. An attenldatnt iii stocking fst rai(es tIh heavy lrap)ery I hat clos:;s it ' entr...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 February 1887

SENTINELA E HOGG, Editor. &E. . OGOS & Co., t'roprietors. t 1O1IC NS C HU.. s i. THUBSDA, FEf1 tUARY 8, 1887. iQ ildtltono $1.lO per amnmni stric v In advance; or six monteh, 75w. Jlvertisenents inserted atone dollar per sq.uare f Qtte -inch or less for the first Insertlon and tifty cents for each suhsequ ent insertion. Liberal disconit male to m^rchants and others adverthiin for six months oT IP 'ear. Vitua%ry Sot ces exceednmg five lines, Tributes of Respect, Commutp, untios S.personalcharactet, when adlmissablie % il becharg ed for as ad vert.isemet.s. Congressman Tilhnan sCms to think that Heiry George is the com ing man. - Since we come to tlink 'about it, the congresnin is named George, and if it is a fault, he shouh' 'be excused trom being a George man. Assembly, 1,384, of Baltimorc, Knights of Lab,r, have sued Ruth '& Son, tin tn iiakers, for $20,000, for breach of contract in refusing to 'pay the union scale of prices from 1st of April '86 for one year. This is ...

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. — 3 February 1887

'LOCA.L IZTisM. Eggs are abundant now. Good Friday will come on the 8th day of April. There will be as much g iauo used this pring M over. The Salvati6n Army has begun a cam paign in (reenbille. Mis$ Flora Richey is teaching school 'a few miles below Easley. The two dollar road tax was not repeal ed as anybody knows of. fIra. W. J. Bramlett who was quite .iok last week in nVfh improved. Pickons had about twenty represonta ives at the Olde Folkes Coiicerte. 'Only a f v 5ndi lays in which to take your'retur'n fb tlr County Auditor. When the neigria oomir in town, 11 you any news let the SENTrNEL know We will yuiriih an' "Interested read "'of the'SE'rixE 'in eYplination next The patrons of the Piedmont Instituto y fifty-five per ce4. of the township os. Tillmon Hngood. colored, died at his 'me a few miles above Pickens on the 'th uit. Solicitor Orr submitted thirty-five new is to the Grand Juy at Abboville hst )ndhy. The Executive Committee of the St te ;ricultural Society 'met in Colu...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 February 1887

A 1Ig IItery In %harlesto. Charleston is very much stirred up ove the systematic robbery of one of the larges wholesale houses on East Bay, and a Pi kedon detective who has been working u] the case has just inade his report. It i said that since the death of the senior sorn six years ago the house has fallen belin between $100,000 and $150,000, but it wa not until six months ago that the house su pected.anythiug wrong. A PInko:ton dC tective was sent for. Soon after this I young man was given employment in th store and gradually worked himself up fron porter, watelunn:, assistant shipping clerk etc, remaining in e:ll deplartment lonl enough to become thoroughly acqluainte with his fellow clerks. 'lie young ma: turnedl out to) be ) detctrive and1 alout week ago he returned to Ii is employers ant made his report to the agency who sent i to the house. '1'he report exposed th4 whole business and (lesignated the guilt; parties. '1he Ii s nS lOW treating with then with a view to recoverin...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 February 1887

1~. voL. XVL I'ICKENS, S. C., TIIURSI)AY, FEBRUARY 10, 1887 NYE AMONG TILE MOONSIENEUS. TilE LIVELY EXI9I{I ENCE OF AN IN (UIRtER AETE Tl IiU'Tll. Ito Finds an Im1iblo Cabin i+ Veterrn North Carol ina an11d TaMtes the Chm, eiiillN. (llill Nye in the New York W.rld.) AsIILVILtE, N. C., January 13.--Last week I went out into tho mountains for the purpose of securing a holly tree with red berries on it for Yuletide. I had noticed in all my pictures of Christmas festivities in England that the holly, with cranberries on it, constituted the back ground of Yuletide. A Yuletide in England without a holly bough and a little mistletoe in it wouldn't be worth half price. Here these vegetables grow in great profusion, owing to the e<iuab le climate, and so the holly treo is within the reach of all. I resolved to secure one perso0nally, so I sped away into the Imountaints, where, in less than the time it takes to tell it, 1 had succeeded in finding a holly tree and losing myself. It is a ver...

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. — 10 February 1887

i. E. I300GS & Co., Proprietors- c e P tO (H:NS, C. 1I.. S C., :I TH URRI)AY, FEEUARY j, 1887. For Ritbscription, $1. 90 per anmi atrItly in advanrce: for six m)o.ths, 7!"c". Advertisements insert oiett ne <1ol1t1 P perrsquare ofope inrh or liss fir the first. hiserLion and fiftv cents for ('(ach s5ubse(tu ent incertion. r,irral (liscour t male to HI marchants and others aivertising for six months or h.v the ye'ar. Obituary Notices excee(line five lines, tt Tributes of Respect, Cnommniunientios a ofa peYsotalcharaet er, when admissile *111 beeharged for as ailvert.isemnets. ,t TRIS PAPER P weila ."ar" A,uktgDntel a(lOBpruceBc. whi rynd"gI?~l, ?h.U L.a o for i It t T AK.t F ----~--- ti The Deadlock in Indiana has been j( bt'oken up by the elceticn of Turpie, o ti Deioefat, aa Lnited S;tat R Seiator. 0 It seems that the President will not hesitate to sign the Interstat t Commerce 13i11, but if it was not sign ed before last Saturday, it became t the law by default. It is sure t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 February 1887

LOCAL ITE MS. }ezt Monday is Valentine's day. Bosoola isagain common in the Coun ty. Ir. J. T. Hill qualified as Treasurer last week. Col. D. Wyatt Aiken's dondition is t'omewhat inr'oved. 1The school com.ynissionerwas busy last week visiting the schools. ibe Ton. J. H. Bowon will please ac kept ou? congratulations. f Many of the public schools did not be kin on the 1st of February. There is a girl in Greenville County 13 years old, who weighs 208 pounds. Rev. Hugh Metes is laboring as an evangulist in Northeast Georgia. Dr. W. A. Cumning3 ahd wife left Central last wok rot a short visit to wal halla. The Februa-y term of the United States Court commenced at Groenvillo last Monday. Oats! Oats! Many bushels were put in the ground last week. Oats in mud for a good crop. The Presbyterians at Easley will soon have completed the handsomest church in the county. The meeting cf the Keowee Lodge No. 79 A. F. M. will hereafter be at 2 p. in. instead of 3 p. m. The cotton receil ts at Anderso...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 February 1887

TIlE IOOltESSIVE SOUTH. Facts Showing a Fie Prospeot for the People of this Section. (From the Baltimore Sun.) Long before the movement from the Northern and Middle States sot in, the Sun repeatedly called attention to the - new fieli that since tho war was opened at the South for industrial emigration from the States and from abroad. It pointed out its vast underlying wealth of coal and iron ore, of limestono and manganese, its great deposits of kaolin and of copper and gold, to its variety of woods for the constructive and decora tivo purposes, tand its thousands of acres of fertile soil. At that time only a few cotton factories were in operation, somc kaolin deposits worked, and hero and thore south of Virginia, where coal mining had long beein going on, some feeble attempts made at mining--princi. pally in Tennessce and Alabama--where a iew furnaces had been built for the smelting of iron ore. It had been demonstrated even then that cotton fabrics of the plainer kind could be pr...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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