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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 April 1887

VOL. XVI PICKENS, S. C., THURSI)AY, APRIL 28, 1887. NO. 31 "OUT OF' TIIINE OWN MOUTII." )1AIVING TilE I)EA ILY L?AlALLEIL ON FAlMI It TILLMAN. Senator Youmeans Justines Ilis l'rev Ios AssortlIons Iy Qtotatlonls Fron Cat,titt Tillrttant's Speeches antd Writings. - (From the News and Courier.) Captain Tillman in his reply to my last letter spoko of my floundering and dodging and said it was funny to see how I about faced, etc. Leaving the application of tl1is language to the judg mont of the public, I shall merely re mark, if Captain Tillman saw any fun in my last letter it must have been of a very peculiar kind: to provoke a reply in which the compass of his coimplaits ranged from the hcavens above, which, he claimed, would not open; a;.d shut when they ought to have done ;o and thus prevented his success as a tarmer, down to the tampering of the devil, w lie enticed him iii debt and worked flinaicial failure. He says I shot whatever they put in my gun, not knowing whether it was lea...

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 April 1887

0'i. pC s Co., P'roprletorK. . 1 TBUIIBDAY, APRIL 28, 1887. t 1S The jury at Morris, Ill., which was a cbarged with the case against Watts v and Schwartz for the murder of Ex- I press Messenger Nichtols brought in 1 a verdict of guilty, sentencing the i prisoners to the penitintiarv for life. The serm n of the Met'hodist preach c ai the defendents, on circun etantla evidence, must have hald its t .effect. .tw. --- t The New York Sun says the farm- t -&s of the country were clamonroug for a the passage of the Inter State C.na nerce Law, but since it was put- in operation they have tnrned against it. If it is a bad law it will soon be found out, for the ctmi.sion will en force it. The next Congress will have all the light of experience and observation on this subject, that is needed for intclligeut action. The denand for the work turned out at Mr. James 0. Bowen's handle factory is steadily increasing, andi he is making new additions to his facili. ties for making nl kinds of hant...

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 April 1887

Col. A. Coward way iu PickensB la t week. " Mr. William Hunter has cotton up and ready te work. Birmingham's boom has becomo a boomerang. Peter's Creek Baptist church will ho dedioated on the 2d sunday in May. We are informed that "Ruf & Julo" is the stye of a now firtu a few miloe weest of Pickeus. It mt,y be Qot down as a hiatorical fact that a dry M:uch and April give many .disastro us +1irFs. The name of Mias Lidio Bowen wan accidentailly omnitte(d from th() lint of those wlo obtained firs t grade certificates .8 teacherS. Who 11l 1)0 the first" to ne4l1s1S a m0SW of English peasl and irislh potatoeg I)on't all speak at once. Rev. 1D. ). Bvnrs has been spending -everal days with his daughter, Mrs. W. B. Major in this place. Mr. J. P. Cary has invoted in a fine 'lo0dOd C >lt whiah pr'o-nliMos to b coUe a tine ad1(1 valuable hor:ie. gSnbscribo for the S1N'r1r:F. and read -the loal: news of your County. You ran a1.e it tho remainder of the yea1')r f b $1.00 It hais been too ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 April 1887

1GENERAL NEWla NOTEU. Item. of Interat Gathered Irow Various Quarter.. Ex-Congressman A. J. Weaver, of No braska, is dead. John C. Breckenidge will be perpetuated in bronze at Lexington, Ky. The German Crown Prince is dying of a cancer of the tongue. President Eliot, of IIarvard, is doing Sicily and Southern Europe. John A. Roach, the new Mayor of Chi cago, has been formally installed in ofice. The island of Guernsey was shaken by an earthquake. Three more constables have resigned in Ireland rather than take part in evictions. Agent Joyce is suing the Marquis of Clanricarde for $50,00O damages for libel. Alexander Mitchell, President of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul railroad, died in New York on Tuesday. The lifteenth and last reported ballot in Tallahassee stood: Perry 40, Bloxham 40, blank 1. +r" The Massachusetts house has passed the high license bill to a third reading. Vote, 188 to 89. James G. Blaine has arrived in Chicago. He has completely recovered from his late illne...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 May 1887

VOL. XVI PICKENS, S. C., TIIURSDAY, MAY 5, 1887. NO. 32 A LrCALHOUN UNVEILED. A UIRAND CIICIiMONY ANI) A MAO NIFICENT CELEB'.RATION. lhropittlOUs Skies--j.ay Throng. -CiOmilC R t r 4 e t s--)istingui1he(d Visitore--Tht+ Groat Procebsion--Other Events of the 1)ay. (Frotn the :ows and Courier, A pril 21 Robed in sunshiue, redolent with the varied perfumes of her numerous gar dens fannod hither and thither by ox hilarating breeze from the set, Charles ton, resting in the lap of her encircling bay, smiled a most gracious welcome to her guests on Calhoun Day. Nt ver was sky more clear or atmosphere more balmy. It was as if all the elemouts had combined to make a gloriou4, a perfect day. The heavy rains of Monday had washed the paved streets as clean as a now floor, showing of to great advant age this wondorful work of Mayor Courtenay's administration, and giving the soldiers the best marching route to be found in the country, while the rain and-wind together had cooled the air to as to m...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 May 1887

fE Blst Editor. ti . F. I3OGS & Co., Proprietors. yi PIC1 ENS C. H,, S. 0, B THU.lU .)AY, MAY G, 1887- t For Su1)seritlotin, * 1.50 wranmmn, strictly in atdvance;for Six mlontlhs, 7te. Ativertisemets I nserted at one dollat Sr per s<uare of on e inh orless for the first )insertiom and fifty 'ent.S f' menb subsequ- RU ent insert im. ,ib eral tliyrottnt mude to Llh nerehnnt>: atl .f t hers tIvertising for six m 'nth ns r 'V t h' ve;1t. l)bitunry Notices exeerbdli flvelines, b( T'rihuntes of Respect., Ootmmunications ofa perstmal charne ter, when a<lmissablle v'a will be cla rgedl for as advertisenets. tl Charleston. t Country editors and country cou sins had a feast of fat things in the b city last Week. The up-country, en- ec pecially, was well represented in do- lc ing honor to the illustrious Calhoun. The ceremonies of unvelling the stat ue to his memory were imposing and 1 done decently and in order. L. Q. 1 C. Lamar is not pretty, tnor does l'e s look like he is much...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 May 1887

g friends i1 Piokena. g.. *us Iale Nitt'6n, o'f eoA s visit htig friends in town this iwook. . Thomae L. Robertson was re. dried seriously ill last fSaturday. Ool. J. 1. gagood, of Charleston, is expected in Pickens last of this wee. Stand by your on Oonnty. It is the est plade in the 'state to 'et your money iak. Mr. Martin Van Day, of ldwmah, a., is -oh>a visit to relatives ib Pickena Dounty. k'iedtrnont in 'Greenvillo Youiity, is vlthout- doubt t1f prettiest towu in South 7arolina. Mr. W. K. I oggs will lecture at Twelve tie School House at 3 p. in. on the 3d labbath in this month. Hdpo is ho lobger entertahned for the eonvery of Col. W. E. Smith of Liberty. Ie has been very ill for some time. "The Walhalla Coirie.i says tlmt Col. I. rr, eici'tor of the Eighth Ci~r uit,-wilt not h'o a candidate for rc-elec ion at the next election. Hot for the pio nics and fiiting par ioe. Go it, children while you are roung, and if you live to be old then Pou can think ahout it. Emme Hunter, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 May 1887

" 7' - us ill.*4 MAdanlerou nsville, The m6 Lynchburg, Va., were covered wt 8tok Tuesday morniog. A large ntie?oion meeting wa8 held ni pinoiinati last tight. - ling istalkod of for the pres New York Athletic Club. 6 t*f3223 to 22'7 Canal street, New Sat anght. No fatulitles. Loss not G. Blaine and1 family passed \ tough Alban, N. Y., Wednesday, bound for Augusta, Maine. Bloxhan 19, Perry 23, Pasco 16, seat tering 12, Goodrich 13, was the vote in Tallahasseo Wednesday. Thirteen Irish constables, who have re cently resigned, will sail for America to rnorrow. Lieutenant John W. Danenhower was buried Sunday with military honors at Os Wvcgo, N. Y. The trial of .J. 11. \incent, the default lag State 'l'reasurer of Alabamna, has beent postponed to .July. The Iussian govcrnmnnt has dcei(led I') recall Count Sclutvaloif, Russiant apihaSsn dor to Germany. The Iungarian primnate vill present to the Pope, on the o(1sion of the ltter" jubilee, a beautiful gobI hitilice. . - Fifty of St. L< i...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 May 1887

- -K. '1 ____________ 4 VOL. XYI, 1ILCKENS, S. C., TIIURSI)AY+ MAY 12, 87 O 3 r _________ JO.Low as pos<.iblo (nd never increaso their ieight afterw'ard:. Next to Jlt culture, and p.rlhals of e(1u,1 ip or tance, b ; frt's(uent, light rItir i'ir'is f1 te t( uf1e tiuot a crust my S've'v fotn1. )cep 1l( Wing 1y losenjg ep the soil al exp )' ing it to the air dries it up rq>pnidy; roae tarmers think tillit lep 1''t\lwing ill (hry weather brings mitoi.ture iip irOntlt below\ and benefits the irop It (oe. bring moist" (irt from be ov to tio Suii'', but ibis only gives the r:lc=1C r'e aL Ibetr (>o))portunity to Cetcae inlto the a. h'lots do not de liv \';aUy bn'nti from'a it; tr'ansf'er to the liafae. it,lt ;uti'e 1lowinga, on the Cont.ul , kc(ps ti tmol-tur' int the soil, inly a t1n .1im a the' fiii tae:' is iuade rv\r y ti' i.-;:i;. Th w;atr from 1)1'It ;'s, uS Il) o th bI;! vi f (' utlve,1rzed1 ;c'i, hut (d unlt,t p:al13 dsls t it iti O the at. It aa..s' lil a m olehl; ivery on...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 May 1887

j. E~ BO04 , Edifor, J. F BOGGS &Co., Proprietors. PIv1KNS C..a, S. S. THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1887' For Snbserlptlon, $1 J%() p 't n"m Rtri'tlv in R(iv, 'e;f rsi\ 'nu ths 7,t . Adlv(ertisenelnts i 't! :it cn( l(,lhai per sinar' ofone irch )r less fhr th,' tirt insertioin 1n(1lft teen s to ec'h 'olis - ent insertion. T,iheril dise nit m:ib1 to mnrchants: um(:t h(r "a.tV(1tiSjii for si x months or ht the .v ar. Obltaary N()tl4,.M ,:, p"lil lie', 'ributes of 12rspec t, ('(omn'ie Ofaper'Ionfl8 h(a,r,1(t,'r, wt" 1er:l hni>nb:1 will be chlrtt:'d for :s :1(' rti< ineht.t(1 'V 1ti t' l1i" o ]Married Womar1 Dee! Mon.'a(4'~ The Supreme ('(ourt of' this Stat' has decided that since R8, a mar tried wonuU1 had no riit to iort gage her separiite estate or pr,l,cr ty, to IeCll' the p.nmit i a del t. due from her huslnd, or an' one else This decision seems to have spread consternat III in the mon ey lending camip, andl hlats be,n the t( xt for many seveC ciiticismis on the court. WVe (10 ntot ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 May 1887

LOCA..L IT E MtS. tirs. J. B. I(iug, of Eawloy, is quito ill. ;Tail fall in the neighborhod of Con Cn i laet Thursday. 3teps are being taken to refurni;lt the 4Ontlgo at Easley. tieinber rtock 1old(ers meeting next urday, Busitness of importantce. IiorROs and Mulo4 for tSdo or Ex ugo. L. 0. C1ArO, Central, S, C. t further fea's front the mimn)ips need i.ntortaine'd. They arO now ii Pick " jil, hero are many full hledged tetchers 'ickons County antd schools aro in do id. [Er. JOhn 'P. Y0u1ghlOOd ({u11 lited as I jstico for IIurrieane townShip on 4th instant. Crs. P. McD. Alexnaler hail cherry '4 'for dinner on the 4th inst '1'his is a . t fruit colntty. nst Friday tlo County Commission let a 'portion of the Pumpkintown 1 to lie graded by (,ontract. udgo )urant is matking quite an im vemnitt on his dwellingc; by adding a story L. to ie north side. Chere has be m1(O 1010 (1('ath's frotmI m11a- I tlhias year than we I hcve ever b,fOre wn fr In this epidetitc. 'he M\1ssenger satys tIndt ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 May 1887

Ti/lE r50UT9H CAIto1LINA 0 0' LIt. Aieesting of 'Tru(e.' h :gi N!ht- ' CNdent Mo llr te lN Iti(tlll. The Board of Trustees of the South ('troliia College hebt their reguhi1\vmn aInuall mceting in t1he (''l1< liba r night. There were plresc1t (uo'rnor .1ntct arison, ('hief .1uSet' tii n), t 'O00 Justices McG'owan audl e\leier, Judgc. mnonton, ex-J1UdIge A. ('. 1laskelI, SupVe"S tendent Rice. Gen. 1irattion, liepresen1ta1. Ilutson and ( 'ol. Sl)uino I'residcut Mc 11ryde serv'd the IhIjrd wil '' rtquired SIX months' nl'tite'I li" inIt' itioi to rc sign. 'Tlherne w:is anU aiiIati dise.t.s1on on this subljent, niai the foil lwing i esull tion iS t, +st :adl' ' 't'd I,''r'I'1, T i e' ' 1 1l H i 111n1i1 witI r:r1 the nOticl :ct:. by 'rUhle'nt )h li'\de, un er1u( i sti n' 1I1(i _ I) )i of lll I " 1 ') hll' I l S, ::-. ".s e' t! .i. Ultd 1i hm' hilt re g in n 14 1 ove V to b:) iCnU)) h-u-l il les,1is t,) liw ('U1 ' . Wi e (t t '('te flt ' ly'u hv 11; O1 :1m ' :n : e'' i y " s(llc 11 ( t:\...

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. — 19 May 1887

-4 1 4" i ___ ,rVL XI ICKENS, S. C,, TIIURSDAY, MAY 19, I887.N.'4 ALL kBOUT THE BAPTISTS. MEMBERSHIP OF TIlE CIURIC1L I THE SOUTHERN STATES. The Seasion in Louisvilie of lteprosonto tives of the Immense Membership--In portant Features of tho Convention. - Sig.t-Soeing and Business Meetings. (Letter to the Augusta Chroniclo.) According to the latest returns, whic: have been recently made up from oflloia sources, there are in the fourteen South ern States and the Indian Territor; 2,050,985 Baptists. Of thoso 1,065,17 are white, and are in accord with th body known as the Southern Baptis Convention. This is the body whose ses sions have boon held in the beautifu brown stone edifice of the Broadwa; Church. The building is of ornate de sign and modern architecture, and rank with the churches of which Drs. Hemp 4 hill and Willitte aro pastors, as amonE the finest and most costly religious edi flees of the South. Through three dail; sessions the spacious audit4tium ha been filled with repr...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 May 1887

ITdIMato* J. E. fO OS & Co., Proprietors. PIoKENS 0.1., S. C. THUlBSI)AY, M AY 19, 1887 Por Suhseript on, $1 . M wrannumt, Atriet.lv in advance; ftr six motntlhs. 71c. AdvertiMenents ins etid at one dolla pr rsntlarr of one in(1 t>r" lr 'ss for the flrst. tisertion a)0l i fty c eent5 fr>r 4a(14 Subhse gtn ent tnse"rtion. 11 J hra <lis U unt nUtde to mgreha s :"!l t hr : m 'ivrtisimg 1'or siX months or bV thi yr. Obituary Notices ''e.liin fvelire"s. TIribut"s of IZe"cpect, (Commtntnen;tiot'S of,i f'prsonal:-hUn1 t tcr, w"henrt) lid ti saled 4 wvill he riotrigcd fcor as adveart iS('mtetS. A ti1stake Brother. If our Supreme Jldge's ccontillno to override the law in reference to granting hail to nmrderei of every degree, and then add to their past ulaefulness in destroyinlg public contfi dence, a decision in reference to property which is violative of law, and ruinons to the business interests of the cnnitry, the lwople are in a la mentable fix. When the people loose confid...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 May 1887

SPolget a p ol ag ' tkdr lir.teib1i toea rn that Mr, f1. Mor ill with typhoid fever, :. n e.T. Singleton had a severe t4k of vertigo last Saturday morning. SL W.0. Q1eith, of Walhalla, was in " twn last week on professional business. Oourt eo2venea at this place the first onday in June, Judge Aldrich presid tng. W. T. MoPall has a fourtecdn fingered gain crcdle that beats anything in that ig we have yet seen. " :hi)lip Hunter eaught a suoker in tweLv Mile River last week weighing a pound and a-half. The South Carolina Preis -Aesociation has been called to meet in Charleston on the 2d day of June next. hattie, a four year old daughter of Mr. Mbtthias Riohardson,of Anderson Coun ty, died on the 9th inst. Waddy Oravelny was before the Com liisioner last Monday on a charge of tailing. lie was held for uourt. Miss Bosa Lee Hicks, daughter of James Hicks, of Pelzer, died on the 5th bust., at the age of seventeen. Mr. M. Baxter Clinkecale, a promi bent young lawyer, of Anderson, died on th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 May 1887

rONO. I. LRITPI , Inth of Ma', Memorjal Day t those who nobly died for nought, Returns again, mut brings no stain To shatne t'h cause for which they fought. In each low dale and sloping vale Of thi8 bright and beautiful land, 'There sleeps in might some noble knight, Who grandly fell with sword in hand. Along each rill and on each hill That gently rises o'er the plain, There sleeps in dust a sacred trust To us, some gallant soldier slain. By ocean tide and mountain side Our heroes fell in thickest light, And there they rest, their spirits blest, In the realm of heavenly light. Then, matrons scar and maidens fair, 1 Go where the woodland echoes ring. 1 Then come and crown each hallowed mound With the sweetest flowers of spring. Go search each nave and secret cave To find where lie your gallant dead, And crown the grave that died to save You from oppression's ruthless tread. Bring, too, the wreath from Southern heath And lay It gently at the head Of tomb of Lee, whose spirit free Stil...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 May 1887

Iw- r7 ".jr a -- A ... . V XS SOME DARK TEAClIINGS, A PLANTATION NIGT SCHOOL FOR NEGROES BEFORtE TUE IVAR. Some Entertining Itucollections of the Tim,es Before the Civil Var. (From Now York Commorolal Advertiser.) Ap is well known, it was held to be against good policy in the South, in the old days, that the slaves should be taught to read. To teach them was, in fact, prohibited by law in most of the States. It would bo an error to suppose, how ever, that none of thorn were so taught. For the master of the plantation was, in many ways, an absolute monarch-every farm a sort of kingdom-and these potentates chose to judge for themselves how strict should be their obedience to general laws, how far they would allow 0 themselves to be controlled by the Legis lature in the internal economy of their little principalities. Southern planters were in the habit of having such of their slaves taught to road as they chose-law or no law. I, myself, at the age of twelve, was princi pal of a school...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 May 1887

.E BOO EdItor. flOGGS & Co., Proprietors. PICr3NS 0. H., S. 0. THURSDAY, MAY, 26 1887 Wr Subscription $1.50pcranntttn strictlyin advance;forsix montha, 7Sc. Advertisements inserted atone dollar 1 uaroofone inch o-less for the first ou and fifty cents for each suhsequ tnt insertion. Liberal discouf made to turchante and others advertising for six months or by the year. Obituary Notices exceed ing five lines. Tributes of Respect, Communientions of a personal character, when admissahle *111 be charged for as advertisenicts. TKIB PAPER R*. :mi n T Ae, U d aW 1 be Dade fo1i u 1f7 iwu O 1K Mr. W 8. Monteith, a practicing lawyer of the Clunbia Bar, has been liceioset to preach by the Methodist church. M* of the legal brethren seem to be stepp1ng up higher. What is it the President will not be invited to do text? Ho is now struggling with an invitation to ad dress the North Carolina Legislature in June. If he goes to Raleigh, Co umbia will give him a chance net December. The Charleston ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 May 1887

is~~ M.stl dying in k op $lons &or.n4 .i o inn lis a case of Miss Nannie Cox is visiting relative Gxeezville. fre. W. M. MoCaslan visited Mr. L, ". Jordon, of Seneoa, last week. The present session of the school al ds plade will ilose neit Tudsday. There wA a bali storm near tentrai stThursd+ay. No damage reported. Mrs. Cora Ballard; dt Oampobello, i! visiting lidr flther, Mr. J. B Clyde. Mr. John Guering of Canton, Ga. is isiting rOlatives tnd friends in this ounty. Prof. Modaslan has been dhosen as a teacher in the Normal Instituto at WiI iamston. The Hon. John G. Carlisle, of Ken noky, resembles Hon. I. G. Morissiok, >f Union. Jos4ia Gambrell, dolored, who lived ,n Mr. Win. I. Allgood's plade, died on the 1sth ihst. 4 essrs. Gillam Aicein and Jones Ful ler went on the excursion to Washington last week. Mr. Jerre Loope- was in town last Tuesday rehearsing the funny side of the campaigne in 188. In the western part of the county there has been no hail, and the rains have bee...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 May 1887

A GEORGIA-VEBW. The Vurtous CommentS of Some People on the Dicharge or Blackwood. (From the Atlanta Conatitution.) t The governor has as yet received no ap plication for a requisition for F. A. Black- d wood, the much-fought-over forger who is now under arrest in Aiken county, South n Carolina. It will be remembered that when Black wood's application for a writ of habeas 1 corpus was decided in his favor, instead of t being turned loose, he was placed upon South Carolina soil, but, by a strange coin cidence, right within reach of some South Carolpa constables, who had warrants for 1 his arrest. It was'supposed that immediately after his arfest dpplication for a requisition would be made by the Augusta authorities. But so far there are no evidences of any such action. The decision of Judge Honey in this case 1 seems to amuse a good many members of the profession in Atlanta. They say that the only question before the court was the legality of the arrest of the pgisoner, and 1 that tha...

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