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

OCAL ITEMS. Pure Drugs at Sloan Bros. ,. T. lill is announoed .for.Trearurer ithia week. Oommunnieation (fromn OateseoxuwtlsU out this week. All the beat grade fertiisers-you'want .at Liberty; J. D. Srrru. Work .on 'the Carolina, Knoxville &. Western,.iGosrenville is progressiig all ' -right. The city council Of Greenville 'hao determined to have the city lighted 'by. ,electricity. Crops are very inportant-antl politics are too. Be sure to . attend the club meeting on the 5th inst. Have your buildings insured in the Home Insurance Company of New York. See notice.in another column. 'The whooping cough is epidemic in tthe neighborho)d of the Union School house, Central Township. Mr. John O'Dell, of Liberty, has learned to be a first olass operator, under the instraction.of Mr. J.Mc. Davis, TIe gentle, gooTniir, last week was -time)y and helped .tbe 'badditg -vegeta .t:on wonderfulLy. As Executive -loemny 'has been re -fused, Jap Davis the Anderson county wife murderer will be hung...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 April 1888

* A RO .AND FOR AN J.VER-' Sdastor Vest Proves Moe than a Match for :'' Soh bbernan- , e'Truth of History. I the cou of the Senate's considera 'tiod Of the b for the admission of South )akota aa! tate, and the organization of the Ter ory.of North Dakota, Senator Shsriij said that in the absence of Sena. tor mund5, who was engaged in the 8 reme Court, he would ask thu attention o the 8 nete. /tt had, always struck him, he said, that a. the opposition to the admission of )akota as '1 St:ate was totally unjustifiable and (latterly) factious-s. much 80 as to he subject to the severe criticism of every body who liked to see fair play on great ques tions atlecting lage masses of people. Why, he asked, should Dakota be exclu(ed as a State? He had listened to most of the debate and had not heard a single reason given for such exclusion. Never before had a Territory applied for admission as a State with anything like such population or such resources. Why should not Dakota be admitted? In th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 May 1888

Q / ~ I A ~ r 4 Ubr VOL. XVII. PICKENS, S. C.. THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1888. NO. 3?. TIlE FARMERS' MANIFESTO. CAPTAIN TILLMAN AND HIS .VOL LEAGUES SPEAK TO THE PEOPLE. Suggestions of Reforms in the Adminis tration of the Stato Government--Ai Appeal to the Farmers. To the People of South Carolina: The Executive Committee of the Farm era' Association, feeling that it is mourn bent upon them, as the representative of the organized farmers of the State, t outline a policy of retrenchment and ro form in consonance with the aims am purposes of the farmers' movement, am to explain the grounds upon which w: shall ask the support and aid of on: Democratic fellow-citizens in the cominl election, would call the earnest attentiox of all persons in sympathy with our aspi rations for agricultural education and : more economical and efficient govern ment to the facts and reasons herein so forth. We claim only our just share of edu cational advantages for the agricultura and industrial classes, and that t...

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

THE SENT1\EL. J E. BOGS, Edtor. J. E. B000S & Co., ProprIetors. P C1iENS C.H. S. C. 1t or Mithweril)tion, $1 .I0 lri"ltln st.rietly in1 a111(Pl n : for six in "'I hs4, 7 e. Advertisements insertp1tel 011 10 clor ner..monare ofoner ineh orles for the first vinserton ,n(iftveenits f''r (',h suhseen ent inlSrtion. T,iheral <dicount ir1(le to m'trehant 1 a1(l otIhrn Nlverti nig f(or six mont hs or h v the ve;r. Obituary Notlef4 OX('('li' 1111 ll".es j '~~T't,ai,rm of l o-t." C om1nont ra1tson of a<personalch11ravtf('r. when <1(mW 1hle wi h1e1 ch' 101r i '1 for ( s olv rtise(nw s. For Anno,nneinr ('andlidaltes five dollars eh, strictlyin iLvanes, THURS)AY, MAY 3, 1888. One great rdva1utnge Fort HiP of fers as a site for at Agrienltunral College is the a1sence of barrooms and the nceessity for 1v. accoinpaln(y ing CalboOse. The R{epubiliCant palrty is showing some feeble signs of life in several of the colti eS. A sifhienut nuiher have already'lecn henrdi frot to sen(1 a Sl t...

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

L )CAL I'TE MS. Pure Drugs at Sloan Bros. Next Monday is Saloday. Two citations from the Probate Court this week. Acres and acres woro planted witn cot ton seed last week. Cotton is coming up nicely on many farms in the county. The roll of the Easley High School now nunbers 100. Every white man in the county should belong to a democratic club. Miss Fel'ci Folger is visiting relatives and friends in Pickens, Be sure to attend the club meeting next Saturday. Pickens is the place to como ti. get your hoes and ploughe. Miss Sunie Ambler has returned from her vi;it to Spartunburg. Rev. Olin L. Durant is annonnoed as a candidate for treasurer. Mrs. Eliza Major of Anderson county is visiting her neico Mrs. J. K. Kirksey. Miss Essie Russell of Easley is visit ing her uncle Dr. U. W. Earle of Pick ens. Dr. Bailey of Greenville preached to an immonso audience at Euon last Sab bath. Judge Newberry is announced this week for re-election to the office of Pro bate Judge. Capt. A. B. Talley is ann...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 May 1888

TiE WAGES OF CRIME. JACK PRATER AND JASPER DAVIS HANGED FOR MURDER. Pratet Aawerts His Iamoence sad Dies Without a ftruggle-Davb Dies With a Heavy high ad a0 Aeoultlon to All Not to Follow dlb t0ears. ANDERSON, 8. C., April 27.-Special: - Jap Davis spent last night in sound sleep. resting better, he said, than any night since he bad been in jail. This morning the prisoner said he was prepared to meet his fate. His brothers-in-law Abner King and Leard Smith called on Davis this morning, theirs being the first visit from relatives since his incarceration. The legal wit p - nesses (all being physicians except two), the military guard, composed of a detach ment of the Palmetto Riflemen, constituted those present. The Rev. Messrs. Marshall, Frierson, Pack and Wightman ministered to the prisoner. The death warrant was read by the sheriff at 12.80. Shrouded in a black robe the prisoner assisted the officer, after which his hands were fastened behind his back. On the scaffold the Rev. Mr. M...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 May 1888

VOL. XVII. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1888. NO. 33. MILLIONS IN A IIOTEL. A VISIT TO THE WONDERFUL PAL ACES OF FLORII)A. A I)eserlptlon of thesM Magnificent Estab llehiments-Talks With the Proprietor of the Ponce de Leon and Alcaxar. (Correspondence of the Atlaita Constitutlon.) Sr. AUUsTINE, Fr,A., May 2.-There were only four of us. And yet the party represented sixty million dollars, not counting me. It was on the "Oneida," Commodore Benedict's famous yacht, from the upper deck of which Thomas Bailey Aldrich vomiting into the ocean, groaned with watery eyes and pendulous lip-"rejected contributions to the Atlantic." Behind - us lay St. Augustine, ancient and lazy. To the front the ocean boomed, the white caps growing under a westerly wind. Over head a flock of pigeon, re minding one of that other Venice, drifted here and there, their wings breaking against the sunshine of the upper deep, as the crisp waves broke two hundred feet below. But who made up the party thus com for...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 May 1888

J., E. fO((S, Edi or. 3. E. BOGG S & Co.. Proprietors. PICRENS C. H.. S.C. Ktrietly In ad vat nce:fr' II "i c I:t;nt1 . 7.5e. A(IVer'tiSe11('nt4 i Ier 1 ) ihi:1I )Ir $(O:?t1"(i e I<m( in(h Il 1'- for ihu li: 4 - hie rt i anll1l11 I V ( 1n1 I1 1':!1'h "l't, t t' n - Ple t i11Se tionl . I.ih ill11-I d !1 tn t'r:U iltuary Not ic' exce'i4 fil ,I . 'Tr'ibu1t(' ofp Il w(I .I I'on11llmne r I: of a C pe 1i 1 (i lh.uo (I, w i4n ;rlI t'-: IIll vill I 111 1 eh: l 4f i t l 1 : 'lv 'ii <1 t e'l . Fbr-Ann1ouncing ('nwlt(lntes i v( (ll 's (all . St il ii wIhi :'l's, TI; UIBSlL1Y, M.\Y 10, 1S. Farmner's 'ounty Meeting. A mneetinlg of Pi'ckens Comnty f trmn (l'S *s 1(rel>y ('Ill ('(l to nict, ttt t' Couttt House on Sa1ln(Tnv the 1ti day of May, illmediately atft(r the adjournen t of t he County Conti n - lion. Qn';tions of great iniportance till be sl1)litted for (onISi(1('rlt itonl, and it i h1pe(d there will be at full rpr'Senltalt iO 1. lB. ,J. .Jo1NoN Central Apr1. 2(1. aitinlg chri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 May 1888

I_U )CA.I.. I114i 1S. l'urEi J)rtgs at Sloan Bros, The peach crop i ub;ipiniu inJ:;. tcounty. MIr. H. A . Ril)y 1i mtim t$lt)J a1l e.audidato for 5'-utrit' t.l1S ytjsk, Dean Singleton viNitsMl v..'tvb By* i) " frionds ij J'ikeij hu4 at w , Tho wheat 4rup 1)roMpw t is 1iJiP so far, 'J.'lio oat crop is i uu4 ( 1'ttiil, Mi, HI,?s'it( .J-Illdis ))f jjlunrty is visitin) rolativas tidt frj'ids in .Pijf:liens. 1Ajlf(iss ttia J-hinson401 of Liauti-y, is a - fting hor aunt , .t, A. Child of this MTrs, WV. J. fUrllilett. is vis iting htr fatlur ir, IoweLJ of (Ireenvillo Cornity {cl, is quite sic)j, ir, )J. 1Iendriiks .f '.>fhlmounthnin i., "Jnitc sick, We hooe he vill 80011 be up In(erats l; roll-givo your names 'J.'wo inlfanLth gr.si+4 4;hi1dHi of M, Cyrus Steplhens of Cetr,h. id J,t , v yoek o)f whooping-congh. Oil'- r1J) (dhlbtil}H)Sioner amn1 C, 10. iobinsoin went fishiig nlie l)!y jast w,"+k.. "They left seed." M rs. Jno. L EWh'. ",f 1%'rt Ga., hoItS was qlite sic; al rw daly4 ago has...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 May 1888

TUE REPUBLICAN CORPSE. A Gatbertng of the Same Old Crowd i Columbia. The Bepublican State Convention met in Columbia on the let inst., and ad journed about 2 o'clock on the following morning. E. M. Brayton, former collector of internal revenue, was chairman. The vote for delegates at large to the Convention at Cbicago resulted in the choice of E. M Brayton, W. F. Myers, W. N. Taft, Robert Smalls. Alternates S. A. Swails, R. ). George, W. J. Whip per, A W. Curtis. FROM CONORESSIONA, l)IBTRI1TS. First District-E. A. Webster Orange burg, J. M Freeman Charleston. Alter nates-J. 11. Fordham Orangeburg, S. W. McKinley Charleston. Seccnd-lParis Simpkins Edgefieli, Fred Nix Jr, Barnwell. Alternates--Rev. N. W :d wards Edgefield, and Ed. Dickerson of A1ken. '1 hu d District delegates will be elected at a convention to be held at Greenwood on the 17th instant. Fout th-P. F. Oliver Columbia, T. A. 55Xon Lauretns Alternates-I. S. Byri F"tt li, Id, and J~hn P. Boyden of Spartan burg. Fiath-Z. E....

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 May 1888

rtu O.XVII. _YICKENS, S. C., ThIURSVAY, MAY 17,1888 r. J. THE GRUMBLER. . b1118 YOUTl1. e His cap was too thick and his coat was too - ~ thin lie couldn't be quiet, he hated a din; He hated to write and he hated to read ; Ite certainly was very much injured indeed ! lie must study and toll, overwork he do 1119 parents were strict, and he never was Re rested; le newhe was wretched, as wretched * Could be, ih.Zere was no one so wretchedly wretched as he. 111 MANlilOOD. His farm was too small and his taxes too big He was selfish andt lazy and cross as a pig; .iis wife was too silly, his children too rude, And just becauso he was uncommonly goocl ! He hadn't got ioney enough to spare ; lie had nothing at all it to eat or to wear; de knew he was wretched, as wretched couild be, h TlIeoe was no one so wretchedlly wreched as lbe. 1118 OLl) AOIC. tHle lnds he has sorrows more deep thau his fears; dept- i lio grum yes to think he has grumbleid for lie grumbles to think he has grumbled away i...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 May 1888

J. E. I O1(I(S, Editor. . 1 iO( (S & (o., Proprietors, FIcic i C. i. S. C. For Stabscrip t ion, $1.i0 per:nnumn .trictIv iii adl van'e:for 5ix mo nthi, 7.1(. AM1verti4euntetp iniseteil ut one dollat ue'r I'1sare of on ' lnch or less for the first insertion and fifty ent's for eanh subsiqu Olt ineertion. i,iherai1 11i4(ollnt madet< inirchautts and others adverti~sing for sh) m tont hs or h v iie vetar. Obitttary Notiees rxcedinglii tlvelines, r ilhut ( f 1Itl"ie't . ( ')mmuin' icat inl o' a i m;, ncharawte'1,whenimnissabh 'vili hie(ha rir(t for n .nive"rdiwent(-e. For AniOunt)(inttr (nndi<lutes fiv ,idll:rs eachit, strirtly in ;u1vcnes, J'UiSDAY, MAY 17, 1888. Fa'uter's .l[eeting. i'lr;' farm ers m1(eetingr was enalled to crd(er last Satur,lay )V Ilon. B J .h(;mston. W' B''Allo(d W81s rc(fws ted to net. as elairnan, and \V T Bow. (n11 aS secretary. T.Ihe ob.jeCt of the meectinlg Was stat. (d byv ion. B J Johnsttn. The fol lowiln~ r('solutionls \were tin i unaui (ouitsly a(1...

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. — 17 May 1888

OcA L IrrJ %I E. Pure Drugs at Sloan Bros. Wanted-a candidate for curoner. 2 ew flour will soon be on the nrkot. press broke last week and delayed aper somwhat, Spartanburg's now cotton factory seems be making good progress. Mr. J. MoD. Iruoo is ereQtiu a sub Mtial bern on his promisex, 'The fauns in uany plucos in the coun. ty were badly washed by the rains. A few frying sized chickens can be readily disposed of in this utarket, tev. U. W. Singleton is annuouno as e candidate for School Conissiouer this week. 11ev. 0. W. Singleton hns our thanks for very valuable tasistance in getting out the SENTxINEL last week. Robert a son of Mr. Jno. S. Lathrem SEw4ey has been quito ill for soveral s. lie was thouglt to be iiii ig onday. -- Dist iriot Attorney 'ounlansh ocoi _..uIft to the 'Presideut the pardon of the Cissons who arc now serving a twelve nonths sentence in Pickeus jail. Not long since Mr. U. S. Stowurt of Iiie Creek had a rkirmish with a rabid dog and succeeded in shooting hit ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 May 1888

IWILL MR. FULLER ACCEPT? iome Reass Why she Uhtcagoan May Not Weat the Chief Ju.tkeabtp. WASSINGTON, May 6.-There is a rumor current among those intimate with the President that it is possible Mr. Melville W. Fuller will not accept the position of Chief Justice of the United States. It will be remembered that when the President offered Mr. Fuller four other appointments he declined any office for reasons obvious to those who knew that he was dependent upon his practice for the support of his family. In this instance the President felt certain that Mr. Fuller would accept, and did not deem it necessary to ask If he would. A' r his name was sent to the Senate on Mon"y last and the nomination was known throu tout the country, it was naturally expected at the White house that some re cognition would come from Mr. Fuller of the groat honor conferred upon him. The day passed without the slightest acknowl edgetnent of that honor. The President, supposing Mr. Fuller was observing to the ext...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 May 1888

SWILL MR. FULLER ACCEPT? Soe Reassas Why the Qbicagoan May Not Was the Chlet Ju.stsebip. WASHINGTON, May 0.-There is a rumor current among those intimate with the President that it is possible Mr. Melville W. Fuller will not accept the position of Chief Justice of the United States. It will be remembered that when the President offered Mr. Fuller four other appointments he declined any office for reasons obvious to those who knew that he was dependent upon his practice for the support of his family. In this instance the President felt certain that Mr. Fuller would accept, and did not deem it necessary to ask if he would. After his name was sent to the Senate on Monday last and the nomination was known throughout the country, it was naturally expected at the White house that some re cognition would come from Mr. Fuller of the great honor conferred upon him. The day passed without the slightest acknowl edgement of that honor. The President, supposing Mr. Fuller was observing to the ex...

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. — 24 May 1888

PI1CKENS,, S. C,, TIIURSI)AY, MAY 21, 1888NO35 :u it ltuletii~ it t~- I II I T1he tnI' dle tilt :i of tl th en .: r. tn,ut lht' thiffercut c~tIntie wert l,na iNi. Ti 7 ''it ('lutitliI ttllart ~tl, eitti it, :r I ttt astiouf o the ('onteruti!n. d 'htRrlt n pr 'et.t g ilal1z,. 'lI ,lo Th Chali nan li ctoriin rt'eirl tih-( 1'th i atlp trarytt orga iition h:f it;- lnt l fes. ed.h (I elut' of I lie I )einocrat 1or V:t z .tiot ('oin was te) elni Ilnt hne fel i wold be tren(h'.1gti.)i III Ih tiluc of heu ('onventioin by ifeting thereto e l'te proceedings of the C'onventit oin were 'tuped withlI 1rayer by the lb v. W. R, 1;ichatrtlson, of Cohuunhian. V1ICE I'IKsfIt'N' I.E-"'It. The ('haiint an unonced Ilit in ( triter to eo)Iplett. the organizati,un i{ vouhl be neCcstaty to elect one Vice I'resiulet of the ('onventionu fromt ch C.ongrtesIonai )istriot. The f )llov iig were t'el ctedi bly ttcclamation:; hlenry A. Meetze, C. J. C. Iltson. S. M1. Orr, T1. WV. WVoodwartl, H..1T. Mockhlee, U. S....

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 May 1888

:ii lni ii n Tin' e de iin ve ft io. , :the d i:eIritu. c n j iie . it i i l~nl, I' t ,ltltil!( t ,f i ,t i t. :, I . \i' f ll lt bI lh r I l t a;n ll, lin.in li; i(1(1,i:'ttl(a 1to e l,te. c Iitsi e i i l he I'n1Ctirmayn rdi'a n <h-t,r ir - t ba [I ttiIt. l e I liltary o ti, n, h dre i p . ilthnl. (An inrtin . the. l: or l i :o;nI ain w:itit diclred thie ilei'guns fni lit' ratitn 1 the lonvention (. ('httruran Pupt atg:in :,ltdrt.n l i1- ( nt \'enttionu and thianked" it in gra:u l 1term1 for Ihis adtl(iiufll txhib,itiu'n ulf il. kin,l nrSS. Ti he d ty t he !h- n tit i V ttf tiuth Car iuna wats ,t p)lain 1hat h,- klt h,. Would be trLc iug uponl thet ti111 t of thn ('unventi Iton. b referring IherIt hlprc eedu,ing( tf1 the ('tlnuvntin w \cere A.enId wiith prat IyII the 1 v. WV. it. li;,titrdison, of ('olutnia. ' te l'i ig (i i i l ee ta t'I il tl l npetiheogitll I.A I.Snitz:itiol. L wii la. neceSiuyue.i to elect oIn ice II.Lsidnff District. Pey followin Newerenil, 'ed by Ineelaint...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 May 1888

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Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 May 1888

Puro D)rngs t Slo:u 1'ro9, There has been oInlo c 1)10 oiph' i. tx about a pooi Htaud of cottol, Rose, the wife of Jako (him1act, coh (rO died laut Monday. Miss )ora Ton n, of El)Prt4), a., ViMite1 friends in 'iul:cus 1:t. w'k. (i June the 7th is ret urn day for (ho next term of the conmmot plkti urt, M1iss Stroblol lhipp)olt of (iir'i nville, visited 'rtie nda ii P'ick,ni l:t4 wI'1k. The frost on the morning of the 1:Ih iippe(1 mtuch of the tliadtr vt;:'1 A 1)rOt.rlc'tvt 1me ini.g c4 Innw1e'l in the Methodist Chu1irc l ;at S:tlbth rv - ing. Next Sab)a)nth is ('ildien's 1)'y }Fairviev. Seventdl ittieuss ill b livered. If you need a good patir Of ;;1t:ea ito want to get tlietu chea;]), go to A. M. Morris. The Editor is )'rItrunil f,"- thL wt'o1ds ii hol f ,al t te d1 otr 0o111 1uunnieni11 titol. A i;or;ry whleiat erol) ii; r1 r1td 1'fr!m all H"ctiois of the (' 11v. If dvarfed by the p.1ril drth. T1he inf:tni ("hild t:f 1'...I. i' ,""tr 1';t 'CThut1d y. lt: l r 1151i W.,' , ' i at the...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 May 1888

J'AYING TilE PENALTY. It Was Sympathy IIe Wanted. (Grace King, in Harper's Weckly.) Wdl, what do you want?" asked the Mayor, as the old man finally looked in the door. He had been passing and re passing in front of the oflioc all noon, oscillating in indocision. He was from the country-a thin old follow, with small blinking eyes and wrinkled face. ills limp red hair had attained a sort of uncertain gray. In and out the furrows of his shallow chin a sparse beard bris tled, leaving quito bare spots hero and there where he bad rubbed oil the hair, rubbing with such a hard, horny hand, year after year, in moments of indeoi mon-evidently the majority of the mo ments of his life. His mouth had been sliaped by a pipe, which, drawing down the corner of it, drew all the wrinkles of his face into it as into a drain. "You the Mayor of this town?" The words slid without inflection or emphasis on to a thin, drawling, nasal voice. "Yes. What do you want?" 'Nothin', sir; nothin' in pertioular-" Th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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