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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 2 June 1887

r 1 hr _____- _ VOL. XVI, PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JUNE 2,187NO3. SOUTIIERN EDUCATION. TIlE PROGRESS OF OUR PEO'LE IN TillS ALL-IMPORTANT MATT SR. A Careful Review of the Condition of Schools as Learned by Interviewi With Lending People in this Section. From the Baltimoro Sun.) The Rev. William F. Slocum, of the First Congregational Church, returned on Saturday night from an extended trip of several weeks' duration into the Southern States, whore ho was engaged in investigating the conditions of oduca tion, particularly colored schools. Among the places visited wore Charles ton, Savannah, Jacksonville, Fla., New Orleans, Jaokson, Miss., and Talladega, Ala. Besides visiting the public schools from lowest to highest grade, and the various colleges, an interviow was had with the Governor of Mississippi, various city authorities, State education com missioners and others. Mr. Slocum said: "I found everywhere a strong feel ing that the colored peoplo must he ed ucated. The New South has...

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 June 1887

fl SENTINEL. J. E KUO.,.W4, Editor. J. E. BOGGS & Co., Proprletor:s. PICiNS C. I., S. C. THU1ISI)AY, JUNE 2, 1887. For gubscrip)tlon, $1 .TO plrannum t strictly in ad vance; for six mn t hs, 7ti;. Advertisements ins5erf ed at one dolla1 per square of one )ih or l(ss for the first i1cnrtion and fifty (eIs f r caeah subse(qu ent insertion. f,iheIl discount maud( to -n r(chat;ls :imil ot h( s advertismng for six montlhs or by ithe year. Qbltuary Notices exec(dr(li five lines. 'Tribiute"S of Itespect, Conmu;ienti<otS of a personal ebaract er, when a<lmis"able will he(ha: rgedI,for Sadvertismiets. THIS PAPER m "onntent Adrert(etngRureau(IOSprucoSt.\,whuernndvrrrt(r.g "e*iacts mAY bo wadte fur nt Lr IEW YOIiL. In the transfer of the office, United States Treasurer from Jordon to H att all the money will have. to be counted. About seventy-five persons, some of them experts, have been em. ployed to do the counting. It is es timated that it will take them about two months to finish...

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 June 1887

4 .' Singleton lost a fine mile buw het week. ", ~ prioes ourrent shows q4tite an ac aeqa in ooffee, AThere waM an immense crowd at Cro Iloads last Sabbath. Mr. W. L. West, of Spartanburg, wi n town last Thurseuy. Je supplfof arn has become a s loas queatioh In th&se parts Mr. John Whitfield, of Anderson, die bHddenly of heart disease On the 28t bentist Dr. alfnma, of Sp)artanbiirp 'Was in town last Monday on professlunn businees. One whb saw it says that J. M. Nir bbbt3 la the finest crop of corb in th tounty. An Infant of Mr. 3. J. Thbbtns, a huritane township, died last Thursda; tight. Mis Jautie Mo(iruder, of Indian Riv tr, Fl*., is at Mr. Matthew HendrickE for the summer. .. 1. Looper lost aveluable horse las Wek, tin leg was accidentally brokei nd he had to kill it. Clerk Lewis ha provided a comfortn ble and substantinl chair for the Judge' etand in the Court House. Et ry body had bu tter plant a fec to* peas. This county has been sev uelbushe1s short this spring. Milton A...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 2 June 1887

TS1E NATIONAL DRILL. The Three Important D)ays of the Great Military Event of the Present Year. WASHINGTON, May 24.-The oompeti tive drill began at 10 6'clock this morn ing. Company A, First Minnesota Rog iment, was the lrst company to enter. They drilled well. The second company was the Eighth separate company of Rochester, N. Y. These two companies drilled in the south of the grounds too far from the grand stand to be seen to advantage. Next followed the Muscatine Rifles of Iowa. They marched to the front of the grand stand, saluted the judges and began to drill. They handled their pieces well, but were a little weik in foot movements. They were liberally applauded. Then followed the Grand Rapids Guards, Company A, First Bat tahon Virginia (coloced) Volunteers, 8outhrons, Vickshurg; Company A, - First Virginia Regiment. Fopular de monatrati.ns indicated that the Vicks burg men and Company A, First Vir ginia Regiment, had won the greatest favor of the day. The competing com panies ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 June 1887

- - *- - ' \ t-h V"OL. XVI, PICKENS, S. ., THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1887. NOf37 TIMELY TrOPICS FOR FARIMER HoW TO DO PAYING WORK AT Till SEASON. Snggdstions of Interest, fromi an Authori tativo Source. (W. L.Jones In Southern Cultivator-) Having finished planting the mail crops and got them well under way, th work of continued cultivation will ab f sorb most of tho time and attention o the farmer. If the seasons during May in any given section, haVe been propiti ons, the main object in view in cultivat ing the crop will be to keep the surfact soil in light, friable condition. Tho un thinking laborer conceives that the chic end of plowing and hoeing is to preven the weeds from choking the crop. T< such a man (perhaps there are man 4 such) the grass and weeds are a blessing in disguise--compolling him to give the cultivation which would be needed, ever in the absence of such a blessing. De): plowing of growing crops is not now ii order, excepting, of course, late-planted filds not before ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 June 1887

J. w. 3Ot , ti Htor. t, ie. BOGUS & Co., Proi1lctotrs. PIzy C. H., S. C. TRUISI)AY, JUNE U, 18%7. For tubscriptfioi, i 1.4) por annu'r , strictly in nrlv:nce; for six mo:1 IN 7n<. Advert1eineents ins'rt ed if.one 'Iolti pergsnqreofone ineh or tess fti tho firpt isertif and fifty cen9ts for r"teic, xuisvqu ent insertIon. I,lori t ,Ii d iutt't tnadel t'. ungrciu,t$ 511(l otters ud liverjsii,g for six month" or I'v the yeayr. Obituary N'otlces (x(e(elin i live.' 1n,"F. Tribute of Rt'spet, (,niout:' tio:s of( pe.r:talrch-tr;tet --r. when,: ;tamb :I ble( aill bliart'Iitre I for ts ad itiseirntet. THIS PAPER t v ? ""l ' 'nn gag tis Dgn m t r pr,w :e1 m . A>wi ,rll.a r AdY tuifluT,V (iORpruCO*0.,,.wt ,.r,r.s4,:,Flr" 5.Ua.a yn.V t,u uw(lo fi 1 IL a Z W 5i U . The Supreme Court of P("muI"y1va nia has deciled that the Sito lat no right to tax mortgages. Thisi qlev. tion has been much di cul"ssed in nil the states, a111d will prob ably have to be adjudicnted by aevera1 othcrs Su prem...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 June 1887

'The EI o l i. nt hi tlq oit dtt this weult; Mone lat' Dently 6tnI. }Iuko pa" on n" a v1$t last wdok, G' Mis ()la hllingsworth Rri'vtd fron taUtorf lust Snb$aIh ndi ,q We is ' iI&1 to rvpurt littk4s )linni t1lsU, whou hIM bs"tllui pafuik for th aivt w4ek, utr imprcinlg; Hol's nit Mi for Mslo or E% bhango, L, I. Jr,ntroN, (ctral, H, C 'The infant Uhf it of lov, M, A ?r - )tt, Was btrriod ut Et ay li4 Aturd,sy Me, 1r, Vn'lo rntsi)ntl n wtiok iron Ii it to liti4'ti, uind !r1sidi its I3ntWu . (ol. 1, A, 'T'hnmpsou 9ii1 wifri, o - Wlhhltn'ro via4itn Mlrns J, Ci, 'T'ionp 4 Thn wll knowii C()nm,rc1iat ''uihit r, Hlin nors u)W at JE+niley with th! iasstsl es, Nr, - --- TS[COainn, Of Marywnnthb hr, (s,, is vi4ith ior tulo, N r, W $t, MnCwsltan, Miss Mnry Itliuy tok hnrgo of th ponteamt onu thI ist tnnt, is Lilt 11iley tn he r rkinltsns), .1Minsdn lrnt)oy,'of (osnhis, in viuit. ina frionds ii 1osR'on, tiiu will bets it Pitsctafrno timo tis weekl, 'ThJ Comnwnnmnt 1riaX1, of thu Y15dy L!I i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 June 1887

- LTFLE AU D. Little Ah Bid Was a Chinese kid-. little cuss, you'd deolare, With eyes full of fun, And a nose that begun 'tight up at the roots of his hair, Jolly and fat Was this frolicsome brat, ho plad through the long summer day; ' And braided his cue As his father Use( to In OhIialand, far, far, away. Once o'er a lawn, That Ah Ski played upon, A bumble bee flew in the spring; " Melican butterfly " Said he with winking eye, Me Catchee and pull off uma wing! Thea with his cap lie struck it a rap This innocent bumble bee, - And put its remains In the seat of his jeans, For a pocket there had the Chince. Down on the green Sat the little sardine, in a style that was strangely demure, And said, with a grin That was brimful of siu, "Mc mashee un butterfly, sure! " Little Ah Sid Was only a kid, Nor could you expect him to guess What kind of a bug lie was thlding so snug In the fold of his loose iltting dress. " Ki-ya! ki-yip-yc! " Ahl Si criedl, as hie Rose hurriedly ip fromt the spot....

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 16 June 1887

1~ YUL. XYI, PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JUNE 16,187 natural advantages aro they are more than over-balanced by the acquired ad vantages of the North. They have cheap coal, skilled labor, experience in man agement, ample capital seeking invest. ment at a low rate of interest. They have giant establishments, filled witL the most improved labor-saving machin ery and run on a scale whore expenses are reduced to a minimum. They are located in a dense population who sup ply a local demand for their products. Theoy are located near the great commer cial emporiums and can place their sur plus products on the market at the least possible expense, and they have very favorable freight rates. These advant ages enable the great factories of the Noith to manufacturo goods cheaper than our iufant factories can possibly do. So great are theso advantages that even John Stuart Mill, the great apostle of free trade, admits that some govern mental protection is necessary to the es tablishment of factori...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 16 June 1887

.1D.I G & Co., Propiletors. THU80Y,JUNE 10, IM7. 'r. Snubscriptton, $1.50 pe"r^""rruni. strictiyIn advanc:forsix mnrths, 75:rc* lvertIsenments lscrt,ec! it n du((:a persquinre of<me i ch o rl s t' r the first Lisertion nod fifty cen t 1i' if:u c a1hIIutu ent I0Rertion. J!heral d1ison :t a to, t i 4reh1ntfi atn thrrs -lver(tisN1 for six 1 months or by the yeanr. bItuar N'otiC(e exceediir tivelin es. I'ributes of 1espcCt, (omnnuuic:atIin "ifn personal charai.er, wllen a -Unissable( vill be :1eILry I t' ,r a a:v e l,i4e1 t,S. 118 PAPERl RE i " MirttunghrenuO8rnce8. wsho elr"i, n ;raets ay 1,0 m edo or a iY anhY lOYLK. Ilygiente IaIu9. In a conversat.ion with Pr. G. W. irle the other day, he said he( lad thin the last three weeks Lad a " at many enses of dysentery among oaged and young. Some cases of ery malignant type, and others linlg vEry readily to ()r(linar;y treat nt. This dlisease is now, thriough the Southern States, s1.4m1111 oi(lemic form. This form of the ase is genera...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 16 June 1887

d >inauid line orops everywbere. C'htdres' day at Buhamah Ohuro ext 8sM41W. j F1r' *Ore qnte neesctary last Sab ath and Monday. jCapt. Thornley'e valuablo milch co 41.'Iawtt'Eaturday. Yellow Fevor has broken out at Key Vest, Florida. The faraiors are busy just now bar 1esting their small grain. Miss Charlotte Murff is attending the .mmeneemnout at Greenville. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Clyde are visiting latives in Campobello, S. C. When in need of good fruit trees A l onBev. G. W. Singleton. jr. J. R. Burdine has returned to his Id home after several months absence in a West. Our thanks are due Col. A. Grii1n for me nice June apples brought us last onday. Vice-President Wheeler, of Now York, ed at his home in that Steto, on last .iturday. Reveral of our beten are attending the mmelcement exercises at Greenville is week. Miss Zoo Gilliland, of Easley, han re rued from Staunton, at which place ,e has been attending school. Pickens will send a good delegation Easley this wek, to witness th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 16 June 1887

TRE CAJILOTTC INSTITUT$. Young Ladle' from Florenoe, Lexington Walterboro, Abbeville, Merion, Fairfe( and Darlington Dlstingulsb 1hemnselvee in Muslo and Art. (From the News and Courier.) Cnn,orrE, N. ., June 1.-The most interesting event which occurs in Char lotte is the annual oommencemont of its well-known and well-patronized institute for young ladies. So many of tho citi zens have their daughters there, and the increasing eflicieney and popularity of the school is so marked, that the success of the institute is a matter of patriotism to the Charlottean. The commencement exercises of May 31 were more than usually interesting, from the number of graduates, and the distribution of the handsome gold medals as prizes which had been contended for during the ses sion. South Carolina, as usual, came in for a fair share in the distribution of the h>nors of graduation and of the prizes. Among the graduates wore Misses Ruth Allen, of Florence, Nottie Drafts, of Lexington county. and Jo...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 23 June 1887

- * 7- i *i 4 LlJiE W " 4.4 VOL. XVI, P'ICKENS, S. C., TIURSDAIY, JUNE 23, 1887. -NO. 85 CONFEDERATE BATTLE FL,AS. TWELVE HISTORIC BANNERS OF SOUTH CAROLINA'S SOLIEItS. Qonral 1)run 's Manly Letter to the Sec rotary of War--The Flags from the I'l metto State--Tie 'resident's Final Action. (spcclal to the News oam Conviter.) WAsHINoTON, Juno 15.-The sugges tion of (len. I. C. Drum that, the Con federate flags which were capture. dur ipg the war, and havc for twenty years beep stored in one of tho attic rooms of the yar department buildings, should bo returned to the respective States to which they belonged has caused a great deal of comment. The letter of (Ien. Drua to the secretary of war is itself one of the most notable contributions to the history' of these times. It is the let ter of a brave man and a true soldier: < fion. urumin's Letter. . VAR DEPARlTMENT, AD JUTAN" GENEAL's OFFlC;, WAsIuNGTON, April 30, 1857. 1 jtou. William C. Eudicott, Secretary I of War-Sir; I have the ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 23 June 1887

J. E. BOGOS, Fitor. J. E. gOGGS & Co., Prdprietors P101INS 0. H., S. C. THURSDAY, ;JUNE 28, 188'. For Subscription, $1.tOl lw/annin. strIeth' in adivance: forisix months, 7.e AdverlIkenents Insert (l at one dollam per sqmreofone inch or less for the first Ilnertion antd tlfty cents for each subseqt ent insert ion. Liberal (1iSCoun t made to marchants and others advertismg for six months or by time year. Obituary Notices exceedcint, five lines, Tributes of ltespeet., Conmuuicat ions ofa prsonal charact.er, vlen adnisyable will boh irged f ir acl avertiseimets. THIS PAPER % bount,. Advertie1nDure$U(0Bpruoe$t,l whArnndver' nn pe tn ot may b~o m.de for Ut i4 1'4EW IOUK Sixty-four cadets were recently graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point. At this rate it will be a long time before we run short of material out of which to make generals. The supply of whiskey is so much isa excess of the demand that the Ken tucky Distillers' Association has de cilCd not to ma...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 23 June 1887

i2 t.O ot elop-ie very pronsing. as Olive Thornley is visiting in Sen Blaokberties are getting ripe. We ar solid, Mr. W. IL Ashmore has a fine patcl of cotton. The thermometer registered at 94 las paturday and Sunday. We regret to lerin that Leroy Chamb lie is quite ill with fever. Miss Alice Mason, of Augusta, (ia., ii visiting friends in Pickons. Maud, the little daughter of Mr. A. H. N. Folger, of Easley, is quito ill, Itot weather, flies and gnats make cool water and palm leaf faus a greatlessing. John Lewis Thoruley has ottr thanks for a nice and timely moss of fish last week. 4 1rof. James ('Hianlon of the Peter's Creek High Sohool was in town 1.st F?riday. Ann Clayton, colored, died on the14th Inst. Her remains were buried near Glassy Mountain. A snapping turtle at the fishing last week got the end of a finger from one of the neighbors. Adjer College is getting well on foot again and seems to have fiue prospects for the fall session. There is a fine field of corn on the plant...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 23 June 1887

am Y7* 1. ge bt'I ',:, . 1 e eet y to make th t Iq~t people will ook so wild and inber how my pa used t6 he drank whisk y, and I ber how scared mother was w 'e home drunk. "'L to think we woro as good as S q people, for we had a nice house '.} U; a enough to cat, and we all seemed Sget along first-rate, except when pa + w'sWould go to the tavern and get drunk, c; and then when he came home we would have an awful t}no. He would strike mother with anything he could get hold - of, and once when I told him he was a bad man to act that way, he took me by one foot and slammed me clean across the room. I was hurt and scared too, and mother she screamed awful, and then she picked me up and ran out of the house. It was a cold night-yes, awful cold; I can mind that very well, for when mother took me to Mr. Weston's house they said I was nearly frozen. My leg hurt me awful bad too, and I cried and cried. When Mr. Weston brought the doctor, he said my leg was broken, and he set it, and it hurt ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 June 1887

V. i ..'e "Sir r_u E VOL. XVI. PICK(ENS, S. C., 1IIUR SDAY JUNE31887. A IEGULAR %ANI) OF MASKED VIOI LANTES IN INI)IANA. The Law Ignored by a Iand of Itn:Hans Who Seek to Make the I'nishment Fit the Crine--DOathl for Serious Ofrenders. The White Caps are to Southern In diana what the Bald Kuobbers wore to Missouri. Not so desperate in character as the latter, their organization is iden 4 tical and they have equally et law at defiance. The headquarters of the White Caps are in Harrison county, Indiana, but the organization extends over into Craw ford, Jefferson and half a dozen other coun ties in the oldest civilization of the State. Thero is not a more intelligent, ix ace able or orderly community in Indiana than Harrison county. Corydon, t1 i county seat, was the first capital of the State, and its court-house, built in 1811, was for four years its capitol. The country is rich and schools and churehes abound. A branch railroad has been built to Corydon, and its citizens are promine...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 June 1887

J. E. UIOGOS, Editor, J E. BOB S & Co., Iroprietors. PIOCKX C. H., . C. TH1J1SDA Y, JNE 30, -1 7. . ' SI1$(ci pi tton $ '..' , ' '1m. A : is i i ' 1 'f'4('4' 1 '1' ' ' l'h 1t: v/(J41i\('?)1 il(M 1 ''- :i l t" I 1,. ,4 " I'.4 tI"t ,ll11 4 ' it"'1 2'U I ". : 1 I I 1 ' it). . I ;.11i:t'111I1 \42 'I ". '1',2l' : II1 1'' 4 1)\'(' !. ! 1 '1 1 1 . O 1i(1'l.l l'S' \(,1 L'.'' . ''' li' I..14, '. '' ~ 4 'J I(l u I i " . .l l 1 : ( t n H a ( '. TIIS PAPER m,1I rl~ 1 'r40 Ihg ilr"ll (I):trt , ',, " R1 C.oe,s1 .1 4. nua 4, 71Ud0 ; r .L. ! .i u. ' C''ll1( 4 1It'l4 ' "''' . ' I t '01' 4 ):I It 2 \ 11(1 r?e(t. tIl) COr'( ' .4' 11 i'4 t ',\' '' 1,4' g (f1 1 '' . ,' i: of '4i 4' 1p 0 11 Rild (- c ( ' ^lti .'I I . ('. .11;: 1 ' w4411 ' 1442 r \ ' ("'401'1 10' 41 ('i(H '"1 t \.i , . Vl 1t1t liio ti41>t: (nd , " i 11 8011 ,i1 1b t.140 144'l4t 0-' n' hoir. '((4 144(1 ('IL(,+ 4144. '' . , 4 14-4 -4\ -) 141j.. I:. *.! . 1 - (4 1 t' 14' H'I{t\ 1 I111 14 ' , V ' , til l II 84 , r i i :(' 1( ;. I I ' I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 June 1887

L ( * t, A I.i T;m'aM 3m.. C 1rt con((ted at Walballa last week. if-. '. M I). Ale.andei is the best shot\in towe. Tbi mer+a' lm.i did a very good busi ne-e l o ay, 'Mi Abtile y4tt Griflin is visiting rel t tives in Greehvill&. Miss Ella Holmes, of Pendleton, ik visiting Mrs> J. J. Lewis Dr. Riley will preadh at this plhcd next Babbath at 11 o'dlodk a. m. Oapt t. . Grady reporiscrops in his laeotion as quite promising Mr. D. 0. Stewart killtd a rattle snal;ie last week with t\velve rattles nod a but ton. Jolih C'aytn, coliirod, lost hi1 main tiepondec(ue for help in his crop Ilst week. His ox died, Mrt. WV. T. O'ljell reports > wV,eat trol in his section as being aboit two thirds of a good crop. The spling session of fii Laiira El is' School at Oolonoy closed last Friday tlnd she is spendig vacation at home. Mr. F. M. Prince plnced on our table last Saturday a rcikle burr stalk of this eumner's growth bearing severa1l full ttoVn burrs." Miss Vste1le l;dggs, who has been at...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 June 1887

. 4INERAL N1CW$ NOTIS. Item. ot Interest ti*thered 1rot Various Quarter.. The National Bank of Cincinnati has suspended business. Defalcation has been discovered in the Chicago water department. L. G. Pope, the collector, is short $5,000 or $6,000. Mr. Parnell does not improvo in heatlth, and it is now said that he is suffering from cancer of the stomach. Maxwell, the murderer of Charles A. Preller, will trcad the murderer's usual way to glory on the 12th August. Adjutant General Drum, who has raised such a bobbery about the flag, was aI Blaine man in 1884. The sponge catch in Flor!da thus far is a failure, the vessels not having made enough to pay their provision bills. 7 The second Chamber of the Diet of lIesse has passed the ecclesiastical bill, settliig the conllict between liesse and the Vatican. Colonel Lanont has gone to New York for a few (lays on a visit which mystities the politicians at both ends of his journey. Asia Minor is threatened with famine and the Sultan is consi...

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