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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 January 1888

The Wife's Choice. a fatr famous land, in days long gone, Aofore the wise, good Rabbi Smeon Aodblldkes onple sorTowfully came; And, neither on the other casting blamo, 'gged that the rabbi grant them a decree *vorcing them forthwith, perpetually; noe en nfruitful years had como and And found a ohildless home, a barren bed. The keen.eyed rabbi road in each pale face The wish to save the other from dsgrace; Then bared his head, and said in acconts "Bad is the house wherein no voice of child )akes glad the two-fold heart with prido and Yet bat malicious tongues may not annoy With whispered evil motive, secret sin, Before you separato, single lives begin, it r inds, from greatest to the nd be your supper as a marriae feast, ohow you part a friends, and part in sor Then wil I grant your wish upon the mor row. Well pleased, they take his counsel, and pro pare A parting feast, and call their friends to share, Then spako the husband to childless wifo "Wo part not now in anger, to or strife;...

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. — 2 February 1888

7 n , 1USI)AY, FEBRUARY. Some of tie Work of the Recent Session of the Legislature. An Act in Relation to Jcorfeiiod Lands, Delinquent Lands and Collection of Taxes. Sootion 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of South Carolina, now met and sitting in General Assombly, and by the authority of the same, That hereafter immediately upon the expiration of the time allowed by law for the paymont of taxes in any year, the County Treasurer of each County shall, and is hereby au thorized and directed to issuo in the namo of the State a warrant or execution in duplicato against each defaulting tax payer in his County, signed by him in his official capacity, directed to the Sheriff of his County or his lawful deputy, requiring and commanding him to lovy the same by distress and sale of so much of the defaulting taxpayer's estate, real or personal, or both, as may be sufficient to satisfy tho taxes, Statc, school, County and special, of such do faultors, sp...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 2 February 1888

T SENTiN noUs. Ifl1tOr. J. E. BOG(1S & Co., Proprietors. PIC1ENS 0. H. S, C. TURSA, c, ,JEPRUARY 2, 18 t. For imbscrIption, $ .n) I,c'r:1'al;nnlln, slrhtly1n a1d"tvan'1"', fir six m t1 hs, 7154'. A dvcertIs m(' nt(ta s i insert c. 1 ( I l ' dill: 1 u- ;(r !i( -! a f )'I l i t rl,i f"- th' ("I(Il !, (,( . i1 ir e rli a el, 1,4i 4) ti ' t(fn 1W f('1(-4sbs e i a rt i 1 I. I M-ra <iI, O 1,: 0 !'1 'li Tr'h:l't :4 a t 4 ( o :1'1vetrt7<1:g fo a si;1 t o nttih < r 'V th)' v ), t1itrt:i ryi N 1 it's "1'l . t i'e l 'ine, 'I'rihnt ' f' i1';p I1, i l t Ii)t 1o . st re of :i pe hbar'< nd :1.-: Irr, wh1, :::)(inI abhl, l 11e 1 n:1 fr I :'t h i '. (. ?or ni1 1to iing nilitntes. : dolla' )4 h,.sret :" i n olt: i , I )11) 'ru/\ 1f iti l'lN. ;i l'(' 1(: 111(,1 Manyllt.1 craz ll titions are pr<!nttil to Con1;m s. mS n ;i+ ' th s 1141' is 1 p. Ii it i l fr t i+" - ("iii;( -s ; f I'I w t rl' prayting far1 ( l ib itit in th -t 1) rit of (- C llu iit. 'il'h ty m1;i i ihta we1 y' have pr...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 2 February 1888

i Ibut is s omiowhiat ' ~Mr. Jeromlinh LoPer killed thlreo rub. bite at two shots last week. About hailf a doZ(1n -applicftiOns fo,r State pensiona hav e btt fliled! with theo Clerk. Mrs. A. E. Kelley iins -b Een qorite ki( k for Reveritl daye. She is atk uded by "Dr. Earle. The County Commtio,'ne r( -at, thi~r last mnooting retired U10,O00t in i'itskrn Cotunty bounids. Dfr. HIalbe'rt P'iensi it ireing a i i dwelling iu n :1(.ly. lr. 1'. M. .1ay be ( thet conltutt.. M 1rs. T1. 1. JDink;:on it luinse keep1er Ifor the hoow'e 111)101. Next. Nonday is 2al0 <i.ty. Oni' valuale tract ttf lauid for 2ale by the Clerk. Mr. .T. C. (:rillin has2 his fine rlidl1n(o ad)Out liniihedl. 1t i:; tainly I;n ornal mout to the tOwn 1. Seneen hta: sutiaiine a(: gr(ea -t s i wr c itizrislliip, l>y tli(! rei<>u.:l.< M r \ . Julhn ('. ('1ry, to ('uhml.busr., \lississii.i. Mr..J. ifr:nk I'1ler v.,ent to F a,.lv Jast Satulrda,iy in a vis;it of s,evrrail day thin ilng a ehantge would ha:ltt!n re...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 2 February 1888

1: ? " rar, fato Slonely lot, so t d bare. ilthin is wealth and warmth and light, Close curtained from the whistling wind, That sweeps and swirls with reckltes might, Whose breath brings death to human kind. J But the cold wind of her deep scorn has blighted all my joy of life; Within my soul no hope is born No rest or peaco or savage strife. And what ciro I for pride or , Since love fron out my 1 t All, all is but an empty na Ashes the prize for w Dead ashes from a d A heart burned out O God! she was so fat ! ' And blind was I wit re. I loved with love that no or glows oll; My worship followed where she lcd; But weary 6f a talo oft told, She left mo!-and the vori k ditnt. -Martha M. 1tos3 in' '11an- Il etroernt. ' Dorcas Caledon, THE HEIRESS OF CALEDON HEIGHTS. ,. .AUTrOB3IOQRAI-HY. 8Y 'LORENCE E. DIAMOND. C1IAP''l VI. 1e kind enough, dear reader, to imagine fivo years have passed since I was Iirst brought to (aledon Ileights. My life leat varied very lit tie (tne y'eal' from anoth...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 February 1888

r , VLXVLPICKENS, S. C., TIiURSI)AY, FEBRUARY 9,188 - IMPRESSIONS OF SOU TI AMERICA. t r A PLEASING LETTER FROM AN IN- a TELLIGENT O3SERVER. 'T he Country anul the I'sopie--Inttereostiug I Fa tts Catlhredl on at .J ourney. a -~ al (Letter to the E "elcd Clt;oniclo.) ti STI'EAnt SAN !AAUTIN, ON T.'IE P;AIANA ii livERI, September 3, 1887.--1.ive days in ago, just as your summor began to wane, and our spring to sot in, we quitted w Montevideo in the beautiful steamer o "farfaletta," and sped 6) miles across the great bay which forms the mouth of a the Rio do la Plata, to Buenos Ayres, P the immenso snd'magniflcont capital of t the Argentine Republic, of which inter- c esting city I will give you some account bi in a future letter. Here, after a night r and day, we tako a larger steamer, the A "San Martin," bound for Assuncion, the capital of Paraguay, 1,000 up the river, u in the extreme heart of South America. t First, as this mammoth river nears the B sea, it is called the Rio do la ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 February 1888

THE SENTINEL J. E. BOG( S, Editor. E. BOGGS.& Co., 1roprietors. - S C. A, S. C, "tH BDAY, 'EBEUAItY U, 1888. ' SubscrIptio'n, $1.$O peinannum, Brictly-in advance; ft'r si x ionths, 75c. A.dvertIsenIent4 inserted a' one dollar persquare of one inth oiless for t he Iirst tMaset,tion and fifty cents fur " eh rwhe' n ent inser1tion. ib)e ul li?cuIniault to . nmrchants and oitrs advVuingcl for six mnthtls or. by the ycar. Ubituary N( tLCeS.tc'ce<ling fve lincs, TIr ihtit us tf lt(sp"cI, ('tu)munleit an of a personal claractr , when adI- ssai will herCbargetl for its ad vert iin its. )or Announeing Candilatea five dollars each, strictly in a<tvaiis, The cottoh planteis of 'ickens, Anderson, and (areen illo, w ill flial lntlm ('letcor'agCeeit iii Iim imii -)Vf mett of thio Pelzer fiul .ndPietmntiia. Cotton IMills. I.f the factory Ihs1iness continues I) to ntlarge in Ainleri',n anti Greenville, it vill soon be et)qtual tt the cotton cro]p of tlie ti-ee coUtll ics. If , the Votk co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 February 1888

L. I TEM1. Maly'a bushel of oate went into the grouud last week. Road the Clerk's sale. Valuable lands 'to be sold, salo day ih March. The bird icason'will soon be ord-fitd good use of tho time spi)rtmOn. Mr. C. E. tbihsoin is 'fssi tl the Auditor in taking returns. * WO arlilgrntly 14okthg'foi the n;at, who is gohig to lautl 4s wood. Clo to ohb 'iLtaiOn House foi- 'go'd eating, elogaht rooms and good soft bell. We tru't "Witnoss" of Onutral will keep n) posted on the news in his sectioit. Tho railroad hanids Wore engaged last week reparing the titssel acro6s'Orogo's Creek. Mr. St. Johu COx of Greenvilla, who has leei siek oi seinlc\ titie.'dited on the 1st init. Ir"s IHollingavorthl and her daughter Miss Ola are having a pleasalt visit in Gaiunvillo Flu. Mrs. J)onnelley is still quite .ick, thcro b,ing little change in her conditioin Hinice 1a;t week. 'fThe hln1ds were engaged last weok in oleniig the new road to Easley via Judge Newton's. Iiss Ida Bradley, of ('arter';vill(, Ga., ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 February 1888

l , Dorcas Caledon, THE HEIRESS OF CkLEDON HEIGHTS. I* .A.7TOBIOQrA -V. bZ WLORENCE E. DIAMOND. CHAPTER Vt This, then, was the end of ill my foolish dreams of Oliver Dudley! the end of the firm, true friendship I had felt so s,ure would spring up between us on his return I id ho not prptnised me to be my friendI Ahl but th9.t was long ago; he had forgot ton me not, and my cheeks burnedt as 1 re mombe d my cager welcome and his chill # 1ng r y. lng thus in the dark I could hear the sQ d of music and mirth from the drawing m where, I had no doubt., the fmnily and t eir guests were assembled. This did not Id to my pIeace of nlind, you may he sure. Presently Maggio tnrst into the ruoom in her usual impusivo fashion. "What., miss, sit thig in thto dark c' she cdod. "'Why, whatever is iethn mat ter, dear' she continued, lighting the lmny mail noticing my wet, tangled hair and ,!is ordetred appearance. ''Nothing at a1ll,'' I answeredt, sullenly, "I went out for a walk nd it. wet." ''Well, ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 23 February 1888

,~ 7T I r - _ .1 - r voL. XVII. 'ICKENS, S. C., THIURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1888. NO. 22. TIMELY TOPICS FOR FARMERS. HOW TO DO.PAYINO VORK AT THIS SEASON. Suggestions of Intorest, from an Authori tative Source. (W. L. Jones in Southern Cultivator') This is the beginning of the busy work of preparing for the noxt crop, The farm now demands all the eneigies of the farmer who would lay a broad foun dation for a successful year's work. It is impossible to foresco what will be the character of the seasons in the futuro. We know that it will be either "wet" or "dry," or "seasonable." It is well to provide against either extromo as far as practicable. Only ordinary skill and judgment on the part of the farmer are required to make a reasonably fair crop in a fairly seasonablo year. But it does require a high degree of skill, and a judgment that is based on experience and study to discount, in advance, the drawbacks and casualties that are possi bilities and probabilities of the future. It is of...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 23 February 1888

LE. * s yte *HJ. E.13Q(lS;E 'or 8 bRrlptllott, $110irannum strietly in advance;ftA.si.x onths, 7iSc. Advortise*aeuts Iterted at one dollas persquale of ane1nch oilecs for the first neefettjtin .ad fIty cenfllWfI'r eAch siIhsCqu int""inhert alt 'L?Vi* al discom itnaldeto mrchants and othetrs alveitsin for i4x. uontR or ty the .yiar. Obitnary N4otcen exeerdc n n iv*n *Tributes. 6Y Treapec~t, (iCo inmn ion o a per(oi charac eter, en i M A ie '*ill beekhwrgedl for asadehee F or Annotnneing (aiulidattes lve dollars eaeh' strictly In *tsvancs, . As thei' is now. a Vacancy, we are looking Ior + . aie#O ann, to act as 1tosvs l'o The Carolina farmers. Some journaltats in -vrithg of the Central Lynching have tvisferred the Setne to Seneca. If tbut city does not object, it is al right with Pickens. in.)lle lpu1)licat'ts tliink Bhaine's letter eneouraging in two ways: The inasurance of success to the party and ' that -he W'1i ' he n. candidate. The Democratic view is: That if he believes succes...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 23 February 1888

Fritlny. The tinio'it idlith to nuako your re turne to tito Auditor expired last Mio. d-ay. Rev. Jaios A. Moore is alnotittlP this week an a c.audidato i r tL Logis laturo. Mr. Charles S. Robinson has been appointe(1 supervisor of Itegistratioi for this C>unty. Tle Town Cotnicil refusotl the peti tion to clauge the road from Town Crook to the Court Hou.s) Married, on the 12th insta'nt, by Dr. T. W. Folger. Mr. )ulncat Keller to Miss Cora Allen-all of Centrad 3. C. Mr. )aniel C. )urhain is a world beat or on beets. He pnosenttd us with one last Saturday thatt weighc ll detnn 1ounds atnd three qluartc, The Governor has appointecd . A. H. Gibson, of Waihlla, as Sheiff 'foi- Oco trre Cbittty, vice Brezoale, (1eaenasd. The names of ten now subscribers to the SENTrNar,, accompltaiuled by imo eli-li will etitle you to a brand new Webster's Unabridged )ietiuary, latest edition. Judge J. H. Newton has had the eouplintgs of his buggy shortenied near 18 inches, so he could (rive the Prohti ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 23 February 1888

tI6 cas Caledon, IIRJRBiSS of oMRD0 HInwQrs. y WLORENCE E. DIAMOND. OHAPTER X. Whut happened next I do not know, but when I rogained consciousnoss I was lyin on the pavement and the keen winter wind fanned my temples. I was alive, yet some one held my head. I turned to see who it wa qd uttered a ,cry of surprise. It was OliverD dley l I could not see plainly ih the glare of the burning building. I sat up at once. "Mr. Dudley 1" I cried, but could say no more, so overcome was I by the ter rible scene through which I had passed. "You are bettor now, Dorcas," he sal i, his tones calm as though we had met but yesterday. "I must look after Miss Armund, for I fear she is hurt. We should never have escaped but for her," ho added, as ho rose to hIs feet and assisted me up. "But for Miss Armundi" I said, breath lessly. "Was she hero f" "Yes, it was her who found the side win dow and forced it open," he answered. "Surely she sprang through after us. Still I can find no trace of her." We searc...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 March 1888

_____ P~~~~~ICKLNS, S. C., ZILIJRSI)AY, MARItOI1 88 ____ O 3 UUI AUItIUUIJUI{AL KEVIVAL. CII EEItING ACCOUNTS FROM ALL OVEl THE STATE. " What the Farmere of South Carolina Iave Boon Doing for Thonselves and the Stato--Suggostionx for the Future. The February number of the Monthly Report of the State Department of Agri culture contains the following "Notes' which will ho read with interest by the farmers: For the last two yeats there has been something of an agricultural revival in South Carolira. The farmers have shown great interest, as they should do, in public affairs. Numerous meetings have bon held and various subjects dis cussed. We would be glad if the secre taries of every agricultural club in the State would send the Comumissioner a list of tho members of the club, so that the publications of the )opartment could be mailed them. We would like also to bo informed whenever agricdltural sub jects arc discussed, and if the Depart mont can furnish any information on any of the s...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 March 1888

=: . ; ' .'TIE SENTIEL. L E. BOGGS & o.. Ptoprictors. IOKE . NS C.' . C, .Wor $ubscriptJ<i. $ 1.() wann:mn St,rldt.ly in a dvan(e; f<.r .i I molii k:, "i('. Ade-je :ets ii r a onne dlollal peraruare'ofone ii h 'r less for tie 1i4 InS C i .h-ltif!-re s for(ac'hmrr a'n.. e sertitlm. 'i.iht'ra disoulnt n1n o wrhanlts anltl tithe(rs:;utrtis =ii:: <h i i bltury N tI ices s i ye ':ra1 l net, TrIibuntes of R('('n '1tmimn:irat i(n rf a pl-r unla ' ' . c h' -I a t ' i +le" 'ill ltt' ellar,(.' f ni is< nu t h 'or Amnnrn("i-n Y'az (id:I1es '1' (lollairt" (nl ll, < R iit' yin :tlvtL' , ?HS PAPE innv, iv,ttno n"tli rth n Tor ~iP. RP. .ill<:.1 N ?w pa , hr I'. 11,e4t 4 I .'t (:,,': :V":Iri.t r; Adv(*tining Ir'anIt:(1s rutcIs' ., wh Pr,"((-rtN uoutrcbe -may o2tu utu 1e i t. E 1 W -1. )U, The Naonal Exetfive Co'nllnilti (lid wVell toI 50irctrf . f , .ii- us5n Jilt pa)ile '<Q-tl ' t1 e n ' - 4 i't Prl. ti ale JOt itcnt will i' ma .in .41 n lr tropU f he ' WIli It. 'J'lu ( ;l...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 March 1888

..r IPrEMr~. Pbtre Dhugs at Sloan 'Blro. Wiat flast becono of our Libety cor rspoudonti The rainS last weeks aiouintod ti) a yotug fr'o:tet. T lio inOubtaini t'ois wVo c.)vred with $:io\v lan.t Monday nOrni u;. Court coniVel"(d at Anderson last. Mtday, J1tdge Norton pit linug. 'rite wbisk(+y elotion will ho held in Greenville County on the 14th of March. Tt is probal thbat the Sitato '1es:; As aouiatiol will nest in Urettvillo tlan^t 13nummor. - 1r. 'tin .it 13oggs i in # on i - uinghiun on . t.ti days '\i:,it t hi fai ly. Mr. Watlreb 1or(l' (;f , G<nville lift ltw,t. week loi JIot Sirin;;i, A'lutot ar1 to to re lie v e d o f ' rih e n nou t i s i. llev. .\. 1R. Ste['hens d11iia the- 111)me of his son-int lw ii Or.nlgebir tg oni t Linstanut. Next Monday -e('y. -on1.'rnl valuabthle teivts of liuid for tiale bry the Clerk--anad bn iug ilong suinto suulI change lfor the pinuter. Mr. ChUrl S. lI 1in, i St pe(rvisor0 of 1togistratint C.: foitud i in the liw of lice of Mr. C. E t.IP)in...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 March 1888

~ml % a e on, ,. nI ai AUTOBIOGRAPHY. ) Y PLORENCE E DIAMON>. i ',..j 1. CHAPTER XIL - -. will not weary the reader with minute &etails of my establishment at Caledon 8eights, suffice it that in loss than three months after Miss Armund's death I found myself fnstalled as mistress there, though I could hardly make mysolf boliove it, and it was long before I could make myself at home in the grand old house whose rooms I had once stolen through like a thief. I then turned my attention to the Barrotts and Claytons. They had at first attempted to dispute my claim, but unable to do so they had vacated the Heights, refusing, how e r, to speak or recognize me in any way xoept Bertie Clayton, who came to visit ainio6emed really pleased at my rein station. Ho bogged me earnestly, however, to go and see if anything could be done for Irving Barrett; ho was a wild, reckless fol low, Bert declared, yet he was his brotbor and it drove him wild to think of his dis grace. I promised to do wha...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 March 1888

:. orcas Caledon, - Ilirou of Ca1oon Roi bhts AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. 1W FLORENCE E 1)IAMOND. CHAPTER XII. I will not woary the reader with minute details of my establishment at Caledon $eights, suffice it that in less than three months after Miss Armund's death I found myself fnstalled as mistress there, though I could hardly make myself beliovo it, and it it was long beforo I could mako myself at home in the grand old houso whoso rooms I had onco stolen through like a thief. I then turned my attention to tho Barretts and Claytons. They had at first attempted to dispute my claim, but unable to do so they had vacated the Heights, refusing, how ev r, to speak or recognize me in any way except Bertie Clayton, who came to visit b anntk6eIned really pleased at my rein station. L1o begged me earnestly, however, to go and see if anything could be dono for Irving Barrett; he was a wild, reckless fel low, Bert declared, yet ho was his brotor and it drove him wild to think of his dis grace. I prom...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 March 1888

p/ VOL xv11. PIOI NS, S. C., THUSDAY, MARCH1 WAR TALK IN CONGRESS. TRYING TO REVIVE ISSUES THAT OUGHT TO BE BURIED. A Forensic Confllct Between Senators Ingalls and Blackburn--The Kentuckian Oeta the Better of the Tilt. On Tuesday the 6th inst. the United States Senate bad under consideration the dependent pension bill. After brief seeohes by Senators Berry, Mandorson, Sherman, Toller and Book, Senator Ingalls, the presiding officer, having called Senator Platt to the Chair, pro ceeded to address the Senato, the galle ries being crowded to their full capacity. He said that considerations of decorum and propriety (perhaps excessive and bverstrained) had doterred him from participation thus far in the debates of the Senate. He had, therefore, been surprised, one day last week, on return ing to the chamber, after a brief ab sence, to learn that tho Senator from Missouri (Vest) had referred to him in terms not complimentary in a debate in which he had taken no part, intimating - that th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 March 1888

1IHE SENTINEL. J. E. BOGGS, Editor. J. E. BOGGS & Co.. Proprietors. PICRENS C. H S. C. TIURSDAY, MARCR 1a, 1888. for Subscription, $1.lSOpcrsnnum, atrictly i'ivnce; for six mntha, 7e. Advertisemie nts Insertedi at one dollat p)ersquare ofone. tch orlesa for the tirsl insertion a:nd fifty cents for each subsequ ent insertion. Liberal discount made to ingrchants and others ad vertisng for six mouths or by the year. Obituary Notices exceedinc: five 11ines, Tributes of Respwet., (om1mun.ienati(n of a pers mal character, when adumissnle will hechanrged for us a(vet iseinets. For Announcing Candidates flive dollars (=ach, strictly in advaneS, Mr. Blaine is now doubly declined on the President business. Will it require anything more to satisfy his friends, or appease his enemies? The address of Senator Murray on the occasion of the Commencement at tho Medical College at Charlestoit, was a most splendid cflrt, and it was well received. The Senator never . does any thing by halves. When ...

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