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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 February 1887

Q6 VOL. XV1. PI('K ENS, S. C. TIIURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1887. i+aess c .re x:a, .r:uti : xrna-.taxr" ". 3:ic:as aru morr , ......N O._ 21. l111V T DO 1'AY i VORK A' 'iIls NistlA(N. Su)ggestions of 1ature,t, front an Auititri - l,ltlvu' 1't't!. ( W. L. Jonec; in the, South.rn C'u'tv.t .r.) it is presmed tut by this time every farmer has matured his plaus, and i:; aIl ready under way in executing them. One of the first thiiig:i to ca im hi. aLttlntioLn is the preParatlou of the manure to be used. lie has decide to u' COlmtl(u(it5 largely and he Iust now preptile theim; the natter cann11ot )0 deferreid much011 longer. Whilst aL Colpost Will give ia i results, preplrel only i mOnth or six weeks in a<vaico of its tpplie:tiol, t h1 general drift of ex)el'iece init'i''s Ilhat better results ensue wheie Il hey are tre pared three months in udvance. ('uc - posts for cotton sholuld be lIa lip at once, and care taken thatt every cuoititit'i for proper fei7uentation be prt'esent. These conditi...

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. — 17 February 1887

Ti dE SEN TI iNL J. E 1 )tRWqEditor'. J. E. BOG( & Co., Proprletors. P1'WK1\ E N U C .. S C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1887. For RnbsCrliptt on, $1 .5O per tnun atrictly in tnIvance: fuor six mont h, 7Sc. AdvertiMenents4i insert(e it.Hm e (111la erR(tlureofone' iIt 1 Iess for the first. insertion a1 fifty cents for each stub sen ti ent. insert ion. l,il'rOI (lis(')u 't mle)1( C to n)L)Yehatnts hwl ' t(ers advertising for six t7lnnths or hv ILe var. Obituary Notices cee( dirg Fvelines , T1ribntes of il"'$.rt, (}omntnoientio ns o fa personlI (li,rneter, w1en atdmissalc Vill he chnaedt for is alvertisenets. AdverteingIurMan( OS)-nc('S'. , wherr nd"^vt' lnl cuntrata& ny 10 nado lvr It lV LYLW gOII,K. Affected by the New Law. A New 'York special to thv Atlanta Constitution says: Win. H. Schofield President of the Carolina, Cumber land Gap & Chicago Railroad, says that the plans of his compaty have beeii somewhat disturbed by the inter State comm:erce bill. lie is going to Londo...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 February 1887

LOcAL TrEpM s. M W. & Piek1d has gone west on a roapeetig tour. Dr'. 0. W. Farlo has boon oifin ed to his room for several daya. efr. 3. W. James hus recont'ly added b etE ro boim to his dwelling. Th. aSmmes, of Spartauburg, was in lMley on a visit last Sabbath. Mr. T. C. Robinson has been reap Voiuted Trial wsice at this place. Articles intended for the Teachers' Qo'lumb should be addressed to Prof. W. 1f. McCasltra. The length of the c aya is inereasbd 'about ZO minutes eahi month until the 21st day a Tu'ue. George Masters,' o'lorecl, who *as tried in the United States Court last week for erjury was acquitted. The tin roofing was blown from the 'dwelling of Maer Whiittrat Simmos in Greenville, last Friday. 'the la'tedt News from Dr. John I. Hollingsworth says that his condition lass greatly Improved. There will be ;serviccsat letl)l Church 'near Mr. William W. Martins, on next 'Sabbath at 11 o'clock, a. m. Mr. Russell Dukes was seriously hurt last Thursday by being accidentall...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 February 1887

R 1NSTEAb OF HiNG HANGED. Vheat Electrlulasns Siy of Taking Life by Means of a Uattery. (From the New York Star.) Some Now York physicians think that improvements in hanging are urgently needed. They want to make the death penalty easy, pleasant and delightful. 1 Electricity has beon proposed by them for capital puniahment, and the Legisla- 1 ture yesterday considered a bill to sub stitutA the electrio battery for the hang mnan's rope. An electrician at the Edson building in Pearl street, where electricity is man ufactured for illuinainting purposes, was yesterday aske(t how people might be killed with neatness and dispatch by electricity. Ie said that it was the 1 easiest matter in the world. All a con demned man would have to do at the hour and mnomea('nit when lie was to leave I the world for brighter clinics, would be to take hold of two wires, one connected with a positive battery and the other with a negative battery. Acting thus as a conductor between the two wires the electr...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 February 1887

O h1 .-! h !! O. . PCKN S8. C. TIlU RSDA Y, FEBRUA1Ri4 18-NO 2 Sonator L. W. Youmans, of .alirtwell, has written a letter to the News and Courier, defending the action of the . State Senate (in dillerenlt m:tters (ctl sidered at the recent se;.sion. A ft -r re viewing the articles of the sevend ciitic,: who have pulblished their views in the newspape)rs, Senator Yountano tas In a resume of this chaptt)tr of t'-tttIL finding we note three specific Comjphtints against the Senate: 'The entse ultioii of the bill providing for experL;ncital stt tions; the lejeetion of the rcsttioni Providing for a travelin_i coin itti " to investigate the mollus o)Crt (i iiar cultural colleges iii other ;ta ts; tlh' 1)ostpotlen'ut of the bill to reo giz' the, dptmentlct of nagrieult,:).Fhi, the )ill to provide for expi'intntal :t 1 tions was niimitei in the I Hii: adt itb originatl d(esi.;,n f'ruiStratiedl by i an i i :ti ment )rov':id itvr ting fo r) i-tutu s ins,t, of one, as at. ijir-t. 1it'I1tetei. '...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 February 1887

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 February 1887

L O CA L I'IEiS. Always ho civil but never fawning. Court convened at AndOison last Mon nay. Town Crcek \was orl a boom ht Sab \>Ut'h. Tl farmorn are moving out the guant 'with a rush. Mrs. S. P. Bruco has been quite sicL ior the0 last few days. Dr. Ton, of Barnwel, is a brother-in law of AbrahAm iLincoln. S'The time is at ad to lbegin to have hionoy by working in the garden. The Richnion Stato says the ein'ture CJf tOb)aC(co is3 ulonge1Cr pofltable in Vir ginia. Mr. James M. i?orter has been confin 'ed to 1his roomh several days with rheu 4an.ism. a Mr. (org Pereival of Wostninater, Ooonee county, dicd suddenly last Fri day night. The credit system will he strained just a little farther thin year than it has ov(r been before. Mr. Joh n W. 1 fairs, of Batesville, Va., Ktoppedc"(l off at Piekens last Sabbath, on his way to (alveston, 'I'e:as. Mr. Thomas )ickson and Joe. Bow den, of Anderson County, will leave in a short 1mne for a trip to ('ulifornia. ,Toe I!smillon, 'olored, with...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 February 1887

(alhoun's Statuo in Position. At 10 o'clock Tuesday morning a half dozen workmen began to turn the wind lass of tho huge derrick on Marion square, and tho colossal bronze statuo of John C. Calhoun, which was to crown the work and realize the dream of thirty fiye years, slowly rose from the groun(. The work was delayed until that hour in order to allow some of the mombers of the comnitteo to be present. Six stout cables had beei passed around the ol)Ot tom of the chair and made fast to the figure, which was thus nicely balanced. The head was still well covered with thick folds of canvass, tightly bound. Guy ropes leading in different direc tions were hold each by a workman, thus enabling them to regulate 'any circular or lateral motion, and at the samo time to place tho statue in the position it was to occupy on the pedestal. it did not take long to hoist it to the top of the pedestal, and there it was allowed to remain. It was more sugges tive than ever of the idea of an execu tion,...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 March 1887

VOL2. XVI, II('K ENS, S. ('., 'IiItl'I UAY, MARICILI,187 ( 11JS'S IN U11) \IRIGINV. T3Ui s1'ENI1Tllltl1iF' i'I..A''it \VliI COtLI) NOT iU;5'1' IN 111 (.ItAVE. A Tule by iarlo 11irli,tl, 'iVlelh Sli inays ix 1" u eiid tul ( , ict. I. HoI had spenIt miost of the D(cemnbt day within doors. ltt his br;sk proim na44do on the long p)orchl ho glances when lie passed them, into the drawin room windows. in the warm are spread about. it by the great fire in ti chiimney, he (coub14 see4 two armei~ni irs ai c lsuggestively together on the r g. lie hatu sat-in one all the atetrnoont. Ilis 1'ane now placed in the tither a t"light sulpi figure ini a wine-colored gu. a with sot laces at nec: aund wrist:. llhe was; you ii and blue-cyefl, nui 1 hatl ru;t-c":Ia ai With brOnzed ripples rliuing taroi;uh it in the cheek next to him wa1.; a di upl t.haitt dlepenu(Iedh whe ho; ha -led. 1I would marry lcr m May, (M ;1 willing by the time the roses w o b. in blOOr oil the bare, lrownt stie; over there i the ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 March 1887

S"FN14 TIEL. J. E BOG S, Editor. J I. DOG0S & Co., Proprictorn. PIC'JNS C. H.. S C., THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1887. Our Iall Itoad. Last October Gen. Schofreld, Ii nancial agent of the Carolina, Cum berlQnd Gap and Chicngo Railway Company, iade arrangemonts with a syndicate in London which negotia ted with a banking institution of that city to take two-thirds of Ten Tillion first mortgage bonds of the Company, and to place the remainder on the market, which would insure the sale of the Ten millions. This agreement provided that the financial agent should enter into contract with some compainy or firm to complete the lim:S from Aiken. S. C. to its Kentucky Terminus within three years, said contract to be secured by good bonld. But whenr the attention of contractors was called to the line, they found that there was no continuous profile of the road giving sulicient data up on which to base their caloulat ion s, so no one was found willing under these circumstances to enter into the agre...

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

L4OCCA. L 1 T1EMlS. Sabbath night was a cold time on plan ted garden seed. The United States Court at Oroenville adjourned last 1'riday. The measles and roseola seem to have taken the State by counties. The SENTINEL charged nothing for publishing church notices. The wind last Sabbath blew down many trees across the roads. Rev. A. P. Nicholson will preach at Mt. Pleasant on next Sabbath. r If 0. W. had lived until the 22nd ult. he would have been 155 years old. The price of bacon is steadily advauc ig. I. was 8 cents in Atl{uta last week. An offender against the prohibition law in Atlanta, was recently fined $1,000. If you were in the clearing off shower last Saturday, you must have received a 4 ducking. Georgia has another wonder, a nine year old girl, that makes Lula take a back seat. Miss Lucie Hester is again in Piokens taking music. She is boarding at Dr. Iranlett's. Subscribe for your county paper for the current county news. Don't horrow; that makes the printer tired. Mr. Juli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 March 1887

MARDI URA> IN NEW ORLRAN*. Part of the Tableax 'Arrawnge4 $ped$jly In I Ilono, of WaihIngton. NEW ORLEANs, February 22.--The weather cleared off this morning and the sun shone brightly for a time, but later on 1 the sky clouded up again. The Rex pro cession this afternoon was a brilliant aflair, embracing a series of humorous and bur lesque tableaux. First came a detachment of mounted amazons in rich costumes. Then followed twenty cars, each contain ing a tableau. The first division was illustrative of music and various popular songs. It was com posed of ten tableaux. The second division was of a miscella neous character. Tableau 11 was entitled "Burlesque and Tragedy"; No. 12, "N oah's Ark"; No. 18, "Paradise Lost"; No. 14, "Prodigal Son"; No. 15, ''British Lion before and now"; No. 16, "IRoyalty in a Future Generation"; No. 17, "C:csar Cross ing the Alps"; No. 18, "Egyptian Priest craft." 'rte third division was devoted to Wash ington, the Father of his Country. 'T':b leau 19, ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 March 1887

_ NO. 24~ VOL. XVI. PICKENS, S. C., TIIURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1887. ROBER'' E. LEE. titN. Lt1D WOLSELEY REVi1EWS TilE SOUTIIERN IEAI)Et'S LIFE. The Scone Described whoan He Accepted a Comnission From the Mother of 'rosl dents--A Couparison Bet ween tho Anior iean Soldier and England's Conquering Marlborough. NEW YoRm, March 1.-Of the cables printed in the New York papers the fol lowing special cable from London to the 4 World is the one which will rttract most attention: The leading article in Macmillau's Magazine for March is by General Lord Wolseloy, on General Lee. Reference is made in a foot note to the recently published memoirs of Genrid Lee by General Long and Marcus Wright., but in no sense a review of that work. Gen eral Lee is given full credit for the love he had for the Union, and for the strug gle he wont through before finally taking the decision to go with his own State. General Wolseley describes how Lee accepted his con mission as commanler in-chief of all the military f...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 March 1887

$. E. B?Qb* ifrittors. S' 1'AROH 40, 1887. \'vance;tor six 1ionths , 7tSe. , inent .inerted at onl e dllli 1enfone inch orless for the first fl rton andlfiftyveontcs fo re1 ea h ubsequ { t? 1ilertion. Uhbent 1isroinet madle to m'- Ar"chlants anl rthers adv ertising foi six F noutb or by the year. 1tfary N'otie4 s 'eceedimrt fivelines, Tributes of Resiwet, Ooininnientlins of a tersonal character, when ilfhnisinble will be ciargeL f >r t t lvert'M.i.n !s. The New Soc'ty. Mr. H. F. Hover, "chief organiz er" of the "Co-operative Workers of America," was interviewed at len>gth by a roporter for the Greenville 1)ai ly News last week. The Society which he represents seems to he more tadicail in its views than any other which has yet flung its banner to the breeze. It is not yet a year old, bt it has developed a wonderful amoniit of purpose. It proposes to do awayi with the present order of things ani have merchants and news paper nii paid fixed salaries, and every thing run on the co...

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

ppl on s i ome tot own. nijoo to teo s in tW*s Don't mise the meeting next Satur ~dag. Opat. fliornley baa tWo h1lAy iays aft wiek. 'l'he Calhoun lonument will be un- ] beiled next April. Mr. N. B. Cary, of 'Walha]la, visitcd Piokens last MOnday. One of Maj. lloyd'a beMt work ani Snala died last week. Qome to th% in'oting next SAitreay. I It Is hold by and for the farmers. Aunt Betsey Mabr Was in town last Thursday to draw her ibnio'n.( .. . H Mr. T. W. Stribling, bahiEr of the one a Bank was in town last Monday. Tlhero was a tluinLer st'ohm and hard r S ain in liberty ahd vio nity last Friday c night. Liberty was Rhakon up last. Saturday night by an earthquake, according to the U -latest advicee. Mr. W. C. Bramlett, of Libert.y town. ship, we regret to learn is very ill with.k pneumonia. 4 Mr. A. C. Welborn, of the Greenville Bar was in town last Monday on profess- t ional business. One of the United States prisoners, E:. 11. Galloway, sentenced to Piekens r jail, ecaped on the 1st...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 March 1887

(Vfifm, the ?t>pai 5.4atastitutQn.) o' re the trial of Dr J. G tiongby he ecclesiastical court on chargee of hoXation and conduct un becoming a:ministr. No One has forgotten the general regre over the announcement of Dr. Armstrong' conviction and the subsequent sentence o the Bishop silencing his eloquent voice fo the space of five years. ' i 'e sequel to that memorable trial an " Sentence may be read to-day. Dr. Arn Strong will never preach again. Since his conviction he has been in th Insurance business. Although suspended he was still a minister. In Augusta a short time ago he attende< an insurance banquet. It is claimed tha ho was intoxicated there. He denied it however, and his friends denied it. Withii the last two weeks a number of aflidavit have been made to the effect that he wa intoxicated at the banquet, or on the da afterward. These aflidavits were lodgec with the authorities of the church, and ai Episcopal minister wrote to Dr. Armstronf that the only way to avoid...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 March 1887

12 ~ ~.j V01 XVI. IJCK ENS, s., t'., T'IU R~SIAY, IIAIC h1 TIjE SINS OF TIE SENA'TE." SENATOlt YOUMIANS'S 1I.J01DEIt TO4 CAPTAIN TII.LMAN. A teview of the (hrgcs of M/ulatmf InIsI tration in Our State Gover,unont--Tho Board of Agriculture, Etc., Etc. (From the News and Courier.) In my article of the 8th ult. I pictured in their own paint several of the fault-finders with the conservative course of the Son ate during its last session, who, .when held up to their own and the observation of the public, were so shocked to see themselves as other people saw them that they sought shelter by attempting to convince the public that their short comings were nothing but my abuse. Strange mode of abuse this, merely to cull from one's own words and expies t sionsl Save through the generous cx ercise of the advantage of a few gallant and impartial head-lines, Capt. Tillman has thus far been the only one to reply. He says that "there is an old :,ayiug that it is the dog who is hit that howls," and...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 March 1887

J. E UOG,, Editor. J. E. I3OGGS & Co., Propretoris. ' C iN C. uI.. R. C., THVISDAY, MARCH 17, 1887. Eor .ubseript ition, $I.50 per anum strictlyin advace:for six moths'YIS, e Advertisemeits inserte at. oie dollat per squiare of one inch or less for the first iitertion 11(1 fifty ceeit s for each subs(eqitu ent insertion. Liberndl discount mnade to marehants a-ol others advertisi.g fot six mimths or by the year. Oitnary N( t.iees ?xcee(dit flvirlines, Tributes of Respect, Counuuientions8 c) f a nt.rsiiil character, when ir1imi ssnble will he (h1rge( for as advert isem et s. 'the Ptednmont Inustftule. Prof. \V. M. McCaslan has been unanimously elected President of the Female College at Laurens C. H., and the offer is such a flattering one that it is probable he will accept it. This meais something for the Pied mont Instittte. We are sure that it will take something. very substantial to make him abaudon the foot hold be has gained in this place since 1882. The salutary result of hi...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 March 1887

14 t Walhalla Ius Moi SOln E. Oraig returnd bofie aIaa Be ohange In ,th app'ointments of iev. o. L. Duranb, TheBoardf rqualiiatiov neets agait bfh4th of Apr,il )fr. John T. Youigblood- of HUi atrie, Wsinii towt'last reek. Mr. T. IOWliorter Aid his 1ovelf %ride attended preadhihg at ths Mttho. tist Church last Se bbat h Don't shoot towasde the droAk. 'the tniall boy and hie pShhbok are there pa tiontly waithug 1\ot iibbltl Anderson County is rigyesi, It _4s now up with Piokens in the possession bf a large, rom'indioils .Ierring sade. ' Miasee D1At Johtiou ahd Maggie George, of Walhalla, are Visiting rela tives and h tIe i} 'itk^u and Easley. A comnb'tous post ofillce has been arented at Contral, on a lot in the west tnd belonging to Mr. Jeptha N. Morgau. Mr. John T. Gilstrap was before Cor 1nissioner Thornley last Monday on bharge of retailing. Ho was held for trial. One of our citizens wio recently visi ted Central, says thattown and the eoun try around it is c'rtahily improving rap...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 March 1887

URmA" Nf O 1W E uAR. V , t r e Think. of the Retaliatton Bill and of the Predfdent. "Do you anticipate a collision with Can ada or Ureat Britain?" "Iiardly. Such a thing is possible, but not probable. Negotiations will eventually Intervene." "What do you think of the course of the Canadian government?" "Waiving the consideration of all treaty 1 rights, stipulations and restrictions, and looking at the naked facts as they exist, Canada exhibits a very unfriendly spirit, and is anything but neighborly." "The Senate bill, as well as the house bill, conferred a very wide discretion upon President Cleveland, did it not?" "I have only read thema in a general way, but the Senate bill seemed quite as sweep lag in conferring disc"retion and grave re sponsibility upon the President as the Ilouse bill, except as to the railway trans portation.' ''Isn't it something unusual for politicians to confer such important powers upon an opponent as the Senate bill sought to con fer upon President Clcve...

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