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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 March 1888

F pteaob breeit Mobloomin*. k O A hsnAhaN 'In- anotheti - tias Li* re &nilton is visitipg rel. -ikvss in Anbersoo, Mr. Smith Porter has been quite sick ' Mot tip last few days. Seneal bnles o! ottid *%. w ''aried tbogtk toWn o. m t,'I A week. -.. - e aneta Ahig*M bas been visit 45g Miss Atnie May'GriMfn. ".tes Esote Steele of Greenville iavisit 'ig Miss.Liszie Hunter of Pendleton Prof. I 'l Newton of Liberty has a dourishing school of 60 regular scholare. Mis Florence a daughter of Mr. W. B. F. Taylor, was quite sick Iar Vonday. About twenty fou-r >tploatioia for ti ions have been sentlrom'thib buunty " #' omptrlleriGenard1. 'Last sale 'day i .1. M. Gillespie had iome very fine jel*ey pigs on exhibitibn at the Court House. Miss Liath Boggs of Fountain Inn eGreenviiA lounty visited t1E tives and '1rnde in PiokOl iat treie. dmAstert bliIIilil pay tto attention to the n ienta singed by H. M. V. Jud= sOn. 8aj a fraud. Bn. D C FreemAn has resigned a pastor of Oolenoy baptist Churc...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 March 1888

TIE REPUBLICANS MOVING. MEETING OF THEIR LEADING LIIIT IN COLUMBIA. A State Convention Called-Plan, for Ijather lng the Fatthful Into the Fold-irayton'" lrilliant 4cheme. (From the Columbia Daily Record, March 0.) A meeting was held this afternoon that a few years ago would have fraught with great interest to the people of South Caro lina. It was no less or no more a thing than the meeting of the State Executive Com mittee of the Republican Party of South Carolina. The morning trains brought in a number of somewhat mysterious, but familiar looking personage whose coining was unexpected to the common, everyday, ordinary, casual man about town. A RECORD reporter soon scented music in the air, and casting about for the organ and its performers discovered them in the otice of Mr. E M. Brayton, in the Central Bank building, januis clausls ani not even a key hole to crawl through or a loquacious ser geant-at-arms to "pmllttp." By dint of asiduous Inquiring and the assumption of a innocent...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 March 1888

TIIE REPUBLICANS MOVING. METINU OF THEIR LRADIN LIGH'Ei IN 0OLUMBIA. 0 u A etati Convention Called-Plans ror ttatler- > ing the Faithful Into the Fold-Drayton'. g Brilliant ehemen. e (From the Columbia Daily Record, March 0.) 0 A meeting was held this afternoon that a few years ago would have fraught with great interost to the people of South Caro lina. 1 It was no less or no more a thing than the meeting of the State Executive Com- 1 mittee of the Republican Party of South Carolina. The morning trains brought in a number of somewhat mysterious, but 1 familiar looking personage whose coming I was unexpected to the common, everyday, ordinary, casual man about town. A REcoRD reporter soon scented music in thef air, and casting about for the organ andi its performers discovered them in the oliec of Mr. E M. Brayton, in the Central Bank huilding, januis claursis and not even a key hole to crawl through or a loquacious ser geant-at-arms to "pum)p." By dint of asiduous inquiring and th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 March 1888

VOL XVII PICKENS, S. C., TIU RSDAY, MARCH 29, 1888. NO 7 unn1a U ttEAEMYLAR. HOW 1HE URGES AND IMPELS TO A COURSE OF CHRISTIAN CONDUCT. The Saviour Considered as a Motive to Patience and Perseverance in Christian Labor-A Sermon Delivered by the Rev. A. MeA. Pittman, of Winnsboro, S. C. "For consider him that endured such con. tradietion of sinners against himself, lest yo be wearied and faint in your minds"-Iieb. XII.:8. As Christians we do well to take our Btand near the middle cross, on which the Prince of glory died, and settle all questions of duty and opportunity in 11fll view of the "man of sorrows and acquainted with grief." There are duties . and opportunities thrust upon the army of the saved to-day, as never before in the history of mankind. The Christian world has as little patience now with those who hold that the former times were worse than these in every particu lar, as with those who say that "the - former times were better than these" in all respects. - It seems to ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 March 1888

THE SENTINEL. J. E. BOGGS:&Co., Proprietors. THUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1888. ...-"-- u,t e1pt lon, $1.AO peralnumm, - . - strictly in adyance; for six months, 7K. Advertisements inserted atone dotnt persquareofone inch orless for the first insertion and fifty cents for euch su1b egit out Insertion. Liberal tliscount made to m'rchants and others advertising for six months or by the year. Obituary Notices exceeclint; five lines, 'T Ilut'es of itespect , ('oullnuention of a personal eharneter, when nlmissal)e will becharged for as advertise nets. For Announelug 'ndidates five dollars each, st rietfy in atIvanes, Rowan county, Ky., the scene of rc - cent social' f'ndes and tragedies is a bout to be aiolishe(d by the legisla ture, and its ten itory remanded to Bath and Fleming counties whence it caie. These counties are protest ing. Poor, miserable Rowan. So muclh' for ils rowing. It is said that the mother-in-Taw of Gen. Black, who is Pension Coinis sione at a salary of $5,000, failed to ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 March 1888

10OCAE IT.M Z. Pure Drugs at Bloan Bros. Chief Justice Waite lied suddenly last Friday. The Governor has respited Jap Davis for one ,month. Mr. P. MoD. Alexander has been quite &iok for several days. Miss Fannie luke, of Seneoa, is visit u ting in Piokens. We know a place now where three or four scrubs could marry exocedingly well. Mrs. Whittier Symmes, of Greenville, who was very ill last week, is improving. A bill has been proposed in Congress to havo English spelled as she is pro itouncd. The proceedings of the Oooneo court )ttblished last week, should have been wrcditod to Koowee Courier. All teachers holding first grado certif. icates should bring them when they come to the me'ing of the Caunty Board of Examiers. Mfrs. Emma Gilreath who has been in spartenburg for some time, mas returned to Piokens. She has the hearty welcome of many friends. The Slabtowt section of Anderson County shows many signs of substantial ;progress. Now dwellings anl well man aged farms salute the e...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 March 1888

THE EMPEROR'S ADDRESS. GERMANY'S REICHSTAG HEARS THE PATRIOTIC MESSAGE. Blamarek'. Pathetlo Words-lie lays All Na. tlons Drought Sorrow to the Urare of the Dead Monarch. BERLIN, March 10.-The Reichstag was packed with people today when the Em peror's message was read to the national body. The message said: "We, Frederick, by the grace of God Emperor of Germany, King of Prussia, etc., proclaim that, with the demise of our beloved father under God's inscrutable will, the imperial dignity, with the Prussian crown, has devolved upon us and we have taken upon ourselves the rights and duties bound up therewith. We are resolved to keep inviolable and firmly uphold the imperial constitution end in this sense t.-enscientiously respect and guard thb onstitutional rights of the indi vidual Federal States ann the Reichstag. JUsTIC$, FREEDOM AND ORDER. "Fully conscious of our exalted task, it will, after the example of our ever-remei bored father, always be our endeavor, in conjunction with prin...

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

7t . VO,XI.PICKENS, S. C., ThURIISDA1Y, AP~RIL 5, 88 O 8 TIIE SICK MAN OF EUROPE. ALL EYES FASTENED ON GERMANY'S FEEITLE KAISE1t. Talk of a Regency--Coming Constitutional lteforns--I1isnarck's l'lace In th I'res ence of Royalty. (London Lotter to the New York Times.) Despite all the oficial disclaimers and the vague and misleading reports of favorable symptoms Kaiser Frederick is really growing; worse week by week. Almost the last words a Prussian official friend said to me on Thursday when I was leaving Berlin were: "Bo prepared for a declaration of a regency an;t day. The Kaiser will not nuch lon e- be able to stand the strain of oven .stening to Stato papers and signing' his tname." Sure enough, within forty-eight hours iie announcement has come. Tho im pe: il.resorint o4eates a sor4 of co-regen oy, enabling Prince William to act with " authority solely on such matters as are referred to him by his father, but there is reason to believe that another rescript is already signed and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 April 1888

1- 1 s+i Y: ; x VO, XII.PICL EN S.C. flIII,S)AYAPRL, TIlE SICK MAN OF EUROPE. ALL EYES FASTENED ON GERMANY'S FEEBLE KAISElt. Talk of a Regeucy--Comitg Constitutlonal lieforms--lismarck's Place In the 1're8 once of Royalty. (London Lotter to the New York 'T'ines.) Despite all the oflicial disclaimors and the vague and misleading reports of favorable symptoms Kaiser Frederick is really growing; worse week by week. Almost the last words a Prussian official friend said to me on Thursday when I was leaving Berlin were: "Be prepared for a declaration of a regency an; day. The Kaiser will not much lon of be able to stand the strain of oven !;stoning to State papers and signing his name." Sure enough, within forty-eight hours ' ho announcement has conic. The im pe itl->eioriiogeates a sor4 of co-regon ey, enabling Prince William to act with - authority solely on such matters as are referred to him by his father, but there is reason to believe that another rescript :is already signed and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 April 1888

TJE SENTINEL. J.E. BOGos, EdIIIe'. - JE. BO GS,& Co.. Proprietors. PICEENB C. U. 8. 0, For Subscription, $1.tc peranvt:n strictly in ulvanwe; for si mon(th, 7t5. Adrertisernenfs in erte l a one (lolint persquare of one inlI or lss for the first insert ion af(if 111)' (y?ets for (ac(h subei.tt( ont insertion. I,iheral discttunt mnntlt to riYrchants and others alvertisnig for six months or by the year. Obituary Notices exceeding fiveliner, 'r"iblt(" of Respect, ('oinniclat 1 n of a personal charaet er, when Illniiissalble will hIerharge(i for as a<l ertisemets. For Announcing Candidates fv( dollars iach, strictly in advnoes, THUIISUAY, AP11JL ti, 1888. The bifl introroduced ly Congress man Blount of Georgi:a, to raise th unlaries of fourth class postmasters seems to meet with general favor. I is sni.1 that the postnastcr General i highly in favor of it. Iiactienl. The jury of Charleston (onty ree omellnlds the (stallishlmlent of chaingang to work on the coutylt.v roads. 1110 ef...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 April 1888

4Mr, L J. Anthony weut on a visit' to Xinoolaton, N. 0 lasit week. The time for shbooting game birds was out laSt Saturday. There were not many beans planted on good Friday. The im'ercianta did a good husiiesCs - last week, after the rains cealsed. A postofNico has been Ostablished at J. S V. Sutherland's, known as Reel. I Romember the eXau:nati-)f of teachers no':t Friday. Judge Newolirry was quite sick last week but he is able to be out again. Brayton has issued a call for his eon vention to meet in ColumLnbia on the 1t i'ay of May. 11rs. J. B. Nevberry was ini Green ville last week witlh her mother who was thought to be dangerously ill. Ve have heard of much dlamage to the cotton lands which had )een prepared. The floods washed tlitv about. The S. S. Convenion in Spartanlnrg last week was well attended, and the del egates were Indi somely entertained by the citizens; A Sabbath School was organized at. Soouee last Sabbath with Chas. E. Rob inson Superinteidant. It. will meet at 3 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 April 1888

POWDERLY TO THE KNIGHTS. WrdWe s* Y,araeat Argsnents Against Going on ltrIke,. General Master Workman Powderly, in the Journal of United Labor, issues a special call to the members of the Knights, asking several questions of importance and reiterating his forcible opinions regarding strikes, condemning them as harmful to the vital interests of the order and occasions to be indulged in only as a resort when all other means have failed. Regarding the seces sions from the Knightly ranks, Mr. Pow derly says: "It cannot De wondered at that when they discovered that the order could not support every scheme they had in view they dropped out, disheartened and dis gusted. T1 hey were not schooled in the principles of the order and blame the organ Ization, in their despair, for their present ills. Their departure did not weaken the order as much as their admission." NOT A succnss AT STRIKES. Continuing, Mr. Powderly says: "It has been said that the order of the Knights of Labor is not a succp...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 April 1888

. 6 V .. v .XVII PICKENS, S. C., THIURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1888. NO. 30. THE CAUSE OF THE DEADLOOK. \ Something of the fIU That Has Biooke Work in Congress. The direct tax bill, against which seventy odd Democrats-mostly from the South-have been filibustering was brought before the House for the pas sage at this time in pursuance of a de cision of a majority of the Committee on Rules, oonsistmg of Mr. Randall and two Republicans. The other members of the committee, Speaker Carlise 'and Mr. Mills, were opposed to its being brought forward, but Mr. Mills was absent from the committee meeting, being sick, and Mr. Carlisle was over-ruled by the pro tectionist members. The bill was passed by the Senate January 19, by a vote of 48 to 10. It was a Republican member of the House that offered the resolution directing the Committee on Rules to bring the bill up at once for passage, and its staunchest supporters are the Republicans. In their eyes it has the merit of taking $17,359,685 from the trea...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 April 1888

TrE SENTINEL . E. BOG.fS, EItor. V . E. BOOGGS & Co.,' dyrIdtdru. t 1PXC~~TfO.. ~*it P101 E a. mf S. a. a Pr RI1i,eripton.*1tS 1wrannnm - . St.rietlvi avTvn"e: for uix monthS, 'Re. ti 4dvert14enenta i'sert "i at on5 <Aollat ner smusre of one in,ch ortecs for the first l insortihn ano fifty eenta fo>reneh subso(tu ent'Insert Ion. T,iheral dsrott marle to marcaluts aml ot.hers aivertising for six nnntha or hw the ear. Obituary Noticesc XeerlinZ fiv.ell".es, l 'Tributea of R'wneet. (ommunieation of a nersrnal eh:arnster. when adltissable I will hohareo(1 for ' n,1vortisemets. For Annoninetn' Canicliates five dollars each, strict lv in ablvanes, THTURSPDAY, APRlIL 19, 188t8. c The conservative power of the can cus seems to be the safety valve of the Democratic party. It played beautifully on the dead lock caused in the House of Ilepresentatives by the Mills Bill to refunded the direct t taxes. When it was applied the (lead-lock slipped as if it had been thoroughly greased. Osk...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 April 1888

Pure Drugs at Sloan Bros. .;rs.. J.J. Lewis is visiting in Char hton, Miss Luoie lagood returned to Char leston last Monday. Dr. John Branlett is vigiting nis broth er Dr. W.- J. Bramlett. Central furnishes a candidate for Coun ty Commissioner this weck. ' The present efficient county auditor is presented this week for reelection. A two year old infant of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gary of Central died last Friday. Mr. W. M. Hagood and family have gone to Charleston to take in the floral fair. All the Democratic clubs in the coun t.y are called to meet on Saturday the 5th day of May. Two members were baptized into the fellowship of the Cross Roads Church last Sabbath. The Rev. Sam P. Jones will lecture in Greenville on the evening of the 20th inst, and at Anderson on the next even Ing. A special reporter for Tus SENNINEnI says the people of Piekens county are behind-enthusiastically behind-the plow. The Board of Trade meeting in Green ville on the 24th instant is of importance to Pickens Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 April 1888

THE EMPRESS VICTORIA. Iko Is Sverpwhr. Grseat Witk Eahuasam ou Rer IyanpatheoM IUmloa. Banmjr, April 9.-Emperor Frederick pssed a good night last night. He arose early this morning and bade arewell to the Empress previous to her departure for , with Princesses Victoria, Sophie and Marg t, to Inquire as to the condition of the suferers by the floods. The Empress arrived at Posen this after noon. She stopped at other places besides Landuberg, where she was received by the uunicipal and other officials, and was every where greeted with enthusiasm. The Polish leaders have issued a manifesto asking the inhabitants of Posen to sink their national disputes and unite in welcoming the Em press. In reply to the deputation which set her at the station in Posen Empress Victoria said that the Emperor, regretting his inability to come himself, had sent her to examine as to the condition of affairs and to report to him. The pessons who have been prominent in helping the sufferers by the floods wer...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 April 1888

THE EMPRESS_VICTORIA. lse Is verywher Greeted With EathuMsiam es Be UympatheUe Mlasfo.. Buinrw, April 9.--Emperor Frederick passed a good night last night. He arose eirly this morning and bade arewell to the Empress previous to her departure for Posen, with Princesses Victoria, Sophie and Margaret, to inquire ars to the condition of the sufferers by the floods. The Empress arrived at Posen this after noon. She stopped at other places besides Landuberg, where she was received by the municipal and other officials, and was every wher greeted with enthusiasm. The Polish leaders have issued a manifesto asking the inhabitants of Posen to sink their nat onal disputes and unite in welcoming the Em press. In reply to the deputation which met her at thi station in Posen Empress Victoria said that the Emperor, regretting his Inability to come himself, had sent her to examine as to the condition of affairs and to report to him. The pessons who have been prominent in helping the sufferers by the...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 April 1888

11( i'1 VOL, XVILi I1CKENS, S. (L rFIJRSt)AY, APRIL 26,188.N.1 T1lE REAL SLAVE DEALERS. 110W THE NO1RTH1 TI1EH TO SHIRK THE1 BURDEN OF ITS SiNS. A 1'Iain Statement of the Factc. na Derived from Public Itecords and Judicial 1)e clsions. To the Editor of the News and Courier: I was glad to see your editorial on March 9 last on the Emancipation .Proclama tiu. It is surprising how much igno rance exists upon the subject of emanci pation in some of the usually best in formed circles. I desire to call your atten tion to two instances of this in that usually accurate journal, the Nation. In a recent number there appeared the re view of a letter written from Washingtou to a paper in f?rankfort: "The condition or our negro popula tion is the subject of a Washington let ter iii the Frankfort Zeitung of Decem ber 24, 1887. The writer's view of their social status is correct cough, but be is rather at sea in his historical retrospect, as when he says that the South was at one time moro opposed ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 April 1888

4A V V,S \r(OL,X IL~TI PICK~ENS, S. C~., I IIIJTRSDA1, APIRIL, 26, 18. TIlE REAL SLAVE DEALERS. BOW TIlE NO1TII TItIES TO Si1iK THE BURDEN OF ITS siNS. A Plain Statement of the Facts, as Dorlved from Public ltecords atni Judicial Do cisois. To the Editor of the News and Courier: I was glad to seo your editorial on March 9 lost on the Emancipation Proclaia tion. It is surprising how much igno rance exists upon the subject of emanci pation in some of the usually best in formed circles. I desire to call your atten tion to two instances of this in that usually accurate journal, the Nation. In a recent number there appeared the re "iew of a letter writtenl fro m WVashingtop to a paper in Frankfort: "The condition of our negro popula tion is the subject of a Washington let tor in the Frankfort Zeitung of Decem ber 24, 1887. The writer's view of their social status is correct enough, but ho is rather at sea in hia historical retrospect, as when he says that tho South was at one time more o...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 April 1888

HEL THE EMPRESS e . o G s a C.., Ptrprlbow. Posen 'bt zisorf ptlon, 1 fnOW pernnnn triltl.y in aidvanee: fc/r ilx mot(hn, 'No. AtverftsRements 'inRette'l ift onr kolar )ersnaireofln4 inch orle's for the firr't inReinn n8 ti?tv eritR for earl, xi' h wqn ent'inseffion. T,iheral iligltmft -Ialh"to mdtc'hntits an'l rctherc alver'tisingTfor SifX mnfthR or t v the v enr. Uhituary 'No'Cices exceeiTing'fi eTinrs, Trihutes of TeRpecit. Conmni iettflon of a nersn'id1 e'hnrwter. when atlnlisndlile wm he!hrtrQeil for n naverfisemts'. Eor Anwavorcinr TnTI(inrtes five idolla en!h, dtrictly-in advnnt!R, THI TSDAY, A1 UL 2t, T888. We are afraid IMlrs.'Eliza A. tar mer, will not-garnar'many vdtes. 'She is -a -enndidate for'Sdhool 'Oomniiion er of 'mrion Ooimty S.C. She offers $600 woiitb o'fsc'hoodl 'books to fihe 'pupilslor the suffrage-of their parentts. Hen. 1W. ' . Leitner, secretary 'of State, died 'snadenly f Theart disease, on 1ihe 15th 'int. The was a nod "and true man and ever faith'f'l to ...

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