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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 August 1888

1/ 11I m.O, a VO.XI.PICKENS, S. C., TH URSDAY, A UGUST9,88N.47 t A Brother's Keeper. POI'S OR OF LOE AID DUTY. I T MAUY ATW$LL CATEIRWOOD, Awfsos or "paAQUp o' DoOM," "BTSPUaN OuTana, " THu Loss MAN'S 0A3A," AND OTsa SToRas. "But I never wanted to talk about our relative positions. The sight of him made me shuddering siok. You don't know how horrible it first seemed to mo that I should feel so toward my own brother. 13o it went on until he was sent to prison for a long time. I think he has been pardoned out; h's ume would not expire for year., Do ou know I was very glad they sentenced i Thorney and I drew some easy-breaths. I spent some money to go to a normal school, and Mr. Barker was the lecturor on mathe matics. So I got acquainted with him." The master nodded. "Your ignorance of common geometrical rules was so marked," said he, "and your general intelligence so fair that 1 felt im pelled to take you in hand." "You know you said she looked like the sister that died when you were...

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. — 9 August 1888

TIIE SENTINEI..I J. K. 1' dV.~, $ik4n'. JE.i OOGGS&Cot. F.r(:prl4'fors. 'ICEENS C. I. S. C. For I('1ript in $I .ZI0 pi i"r1"m .t, r't iv i :ilvan f:'r'I\ 1m, 't1hj 7.r. A t verti ^me(nts i '''t(-1 atl ('n( l011:11 ill'r :' I:41'4 ( n I r b !'r I4'- f,1r Ii i'- fIrstI (''t i t ion'1) . i b11 'r:; l'11.e''t!I( tm :lI( tn ot "r.,' w, ::eit ':t hei 1 '1ti l t ii si\ m ':r' h' '(I 'V iIhI.)' r :)1it 1:ry" N\ e ''". '\ '.('lil':I;reli''(').I 'Vt :] if ! :' t" , (,I1m 1(!I(':Iti4)n1 ff :,'ti ,n: ~ Ii4 y t('' .1: ' 't'"1'. . " (4 it'1 1 i:l t( ori tnv r i:eur t.r vh n .li.al wVIII l f l f or",' 1 ;ti'r(m't . I' 1'1' A 1ti:( 1111("it r (' lndid t(: rM i v1 1I li1 r I , :s' i t.+ i in :<'h I:n ('4, I TrUli1AT, AU('1U;iT :) 188 . VIeep I your 1p Om11: t(I i1he 1et1 (r, ' protl it id( (xacrt, and it w\ill saw ' a 1114( trouble and eRe through f', and Win yO the rcCt a<( tnst If your11 f'rends .i No (ne i n ta g(r is fit tt eSt innlltt( anl ofii-!1(' o1' r'dn 55 aZ r'(l : . il(1 he h a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 August 1888

day rie has returtn d tt; totton orop is said t" ho ga niY3f jupidly. . William O. Singleton is ablo to b gan. Jla e Ga rr.tt's flue young hor( ti1trday oveniug. ops in the Praters Creek nection ar purtied na very proisting. iQ post c.fi('o now receives its twJ Mo:days and Fridays. .igi CrRwford of Abbevillo it vi:iti. S.L. Durham. me'thodiin. at Iiha130iah uaro soo0 ve a oiw church building. hmoro & Piducr woro kept. quit y in their hop01 1lst week. Mr. John fl. King of Ewiley has beet ek, for several days with fever. The boy stood on the buruinig dock. 3.1n IOth. of August hie getl his (chek. ir. 13. A. ibigood, of Washington, ), , is visiting the home folks in Piekenii. Iltore ti k't have b 'en tru ck for thi ec(.tion, thau for any one peiul 'ld. 'Dr. J. W. Eurie, of Sl"thtownu, i:4 vi,;it. tig his stn, Dr. (l. W. Eurie of thii lca'. 4. in4uilllio and Ion P1 f'itn of htarlestorn are vititing the fani'y of (.'i. agood. Ir. Joph II. flwen, colrk a ghit'as hot('1, in C'ohutniai,...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 August 1888

TARIFF TALK OUT WEST. Minnesota Now Claimed to Be a Doubtful State-Growing Demand for a Heduction in the Tari. Naw Yons, July 81.-Congresman W. L. Scott had not recovered from his illness enough to be present at the first meeting of the Democratic Executive Committee after its organization at the headquarters on West Twenty-ninth street today. lie sent a mnbetitute. The meeting was, of course, secret. The session lasted several hours, which were spnt in discussing the plans for the campaign. Chairman Brice presided. Speaker Carlisle and Senator Gorman were the two most prominent men present. Speaker Carlisle and Senator Kenna of West Virginia came on from Washington to represt at the Congressional Democratic Committee and to decide with the National Executive Committee on the campaign plans. Both of them were in terviewed. Speaker Carlisle said that he was glad there were no personalities in this cam paign. "It's a campaign of principles,' he said. "The issue is clear and all we hav...

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. — 16 January 1890

!Vol VOL. XIX.JANUA4(Y 16t tlo. 7 - - - 0 8 $ C THUS,'BDAY,)OAY1619 DIR. TALMAGE IN AUSTRIA. HIS SERMON IN VIENNA, WITH NOTES ON HIS TOUR OF THE HOLY LAND. The Surprises lu IolIgion-T.he Fascina tion that Surrounds Jerusalem and the Bea of Galloe-Soloanon's Designx for His Capitol. VIENNA, Jan. 5.--The Rev. T. De Witt Talmage, D. D. of Brooklyn, greached in this city tloay on "The suriPses of Religion." His text was I Kin x, 7: "Behold, the half was nottold me." The sermon was as fol lows: Appearing before you today, my mind yet agitated with the scenery of the lioly and, from which we have just, arrived, you will expect me to re vert to some of the scones. once enacted there. Mark a circle aroupd Lake Galilee, and another cir-' ble' aroUud Jerusalem, and you de scribe the two regions in which cluster memorieg of more events than in any other two circles. Jerusalem was a spell of fascination that will hold ime the rest of my life. Solomon had re solved that that city should be the c...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 16 January 1890

&00 y_ tors. Vaneetor al months, 75c. ikents inserted atone dollar If one inch or less for the first tid fifty cents for each subse tion. iUberal discount made its and others advertising for ar by the year. otics exceeding flveline, of Respect, Conunicati!n nal charactev, when adrmissa charged for a advertisemet. nnouncentent. thran having deternined to eat In congress, the friends of )RRIS will offer him as a cAn I the vacancy. Respectfully yours, CENTRAL. RSDAY, JAN. 16, 1890. rmers Alliance of Spartan. nty are to build a cotton the Cumberland Gap Rail d at his home in Hodges, on instant, at the age of sixty ars. -r W. Russell has "got there" He was nominated by the ,t last Monday to be post it Anderson. No doubt lie confirmed at omce and takt, >f thq office. nor Richardson, last week, ed the death sentences of La Wood, of Sumter county, and lyburn, of Lancaster county, aprisonmient. They are both convicted of murder and havf been hung last Friday. or lynching is reported t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 16 January 1890

LOCA L I%Zws. 7The PrYer meetinge last week were orally well attendei - ;OapL ,as. A. Griffin wa bOdding P ptton d laft week, -Mr. E. iCinen Willatd io quite .1ok at his home iear Central. -Pan F. Sutherland was last week apfointed post master at Rock. -'the sale bill of the estate of 0. W James, amounted to more than the ap praise bilL -Mrs. d. i: I1ollugsworth has been uite sick with La Grippe. She is how improving. . -Mr. Hughes, of Westminiter, last week imported a fine Spanish jack from Brevard, N. 0. . -W. O. Willard hts been selected by the Liberty Allianeo as their guano ugent for this season, ,-Rev.18. J. dtiwan, the revitalist will preach at the entral Methodist Uhurch J1ext Friday at i a. m. '=Tlid i S. Commissionfor did not eid J. &. Sanders up to court last week as was stated, but disniissed the case. -Capt. Jack Lewis is in the dog bus iness just now. ie has six thorough breds on haud, each of a different strain. -Lst Saturday was a red letter day Sfor the Liberty ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 16 January 1890

War Year A6e-Sme in. Ramsay's history Lf South Carolina contains the following, which Is inte*est Ing In the present prevalence of the "grippe:" Many persons remember that the influenza, after traversing the United States in 1789, reached Carolina and spread extensively. It was very fatal on the plantations near the northeastern !Ine of the State, especially to prime full growu negroes. William Alston lost abont thirty-five of that descriptioj. The whole mucous membrane, tbrouN all its recesses on the insinuses of the aefrontis, was most grievously affected. Deafness, loss of taste and smell, for a long period were among its consequen ces. More have reason to remember the influenza of 1807. Gradually advancing over the Northern States, it reached Chaleston in September. It spared neither age nor sex, though children often escaped altogether; or if attacked, got through with the disease with the least inconvenience. The re verse was the case with aged persons. It soon became so gener...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 January 1890

-P T 44 VOL. XIX. PICkENS, S. .,THURSDAY JANUAY 30,189. T HE COMING CAMPAIGN A CONTEAT PROPOSED WITHIN THI DEHOOR&TIO PARTY. An Address to the Denocrats of Soutl Carolina, lesued by Order of the Execu tive Commiuttee of'the Farners' AsOdcla tion of Sputih Carolina, To the Democracy of South Carolina: For four years the Democratic party In the State has been deeply agitated, and efforts have been made at the prima ries and conventions to secure retrench ment and reform, and a recognition of the needs and rights of the masses. The first farmers' convention met in April, i8. Another in j.ovember of the same ear perfected a permanent organization ander the name of the "Farmers' Asso lation of South Carolina." This asso lation, representing the reform elemet a the party, has held two annual sessions ince, and at each of these four conven one, largely attended by representa. ve farmers from nearly all the Coun s, the demands of the people for )ater economy in the government, -ater eff...

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. — 30 January 1890

ters. y, hetb, 75c. - one dol1ar n made "Od imangfor i i iog fivellne, t"mmunIcatIoU Pht, vW n admissa &6fas vertisemetp. rlhKVIYA determined to the fiends of , KOrhim as a can YSesy. 1titly yours, OENTRAL. )AY. JAN. 30k 89o. Russell has been down - ppe, but he still holds Anderson postoffice. lund'berry, cashier of *k postoffice, stole $40, z his crime was discov k, he cOmmitted suicide. paugh the veteran show is home in Philadelphia of the 22d instant. He the prevailing epidem. orate of Tamanny Hall, Lve subscribed five hun o the Grady monument his worth was appreci. m home.. A. Hoyt, of Greenville, ntioned by some of the liance men of that coun. ble candidate for Gover ming election. ultural Department has 'ant for the payment of . T. Drake, of Marlbor r the best acre of corn Sbates for the year 1889. eveland is the coming Democratic nomination lency in '92. despite the ) Hill ring to pull him i more popular today >re. ill continues to do noth ogeance. The g. o. p. lot con...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 January 1890

Owt . tneton is mtdwring from stkok~ othe influensa. -4fi $. , Carey has been admitted VrU.do la* in the Supreme Court of eUnited States. -M e have had four or ftve different of weather in the past week and I d Probs" is.all at see, on't forget that school will begin ekens next Monday. Every child I enough should attend. Farmers are making an early start season. They are as busy now as usually are the last of February. On the 28d inst., Sr.ow Masters was rrled to Mis A1ce Cantrell, Rev. S. 0. Sloan, officiating. All of Greenville eounty. -The stooltholders of the Cumber land (ap railroad met in Aiken on last Tuesday. We are not informed as to the object of themeeting. -Mrs. Bright Gilstrap, the wife of our edfeient' bail carrier, has been quito vick for the'past three -weeks. She is thought to be improving at this time. -4everal small bridges on the Pick lrs and Easley road are in bad condi tion. They should be. looked after be o the couity has- a damage suit on its -te many friends...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 January 1890

V nto convey elrgly to Ne Bola(T - Magontertained at "6 night by White arIm" said Mr. Talmage, time since 1885, but nov uring this winter was Paris g, and I regret that I must fmh Aurania on the 25th to re my duties. have returned from the most en blo trip of my life. I have been viotr the Hol Land and into parts ofItaly, Rome or Instance, which I ha, not seen before, although I have b*6n abroad many times. Every plimm In Palestine has had great Inter est for me. Just before I reached Bethlehem and Jerusalem I could not sleep. I was as excited as a boy, for it was the realizatlon of a life dream. "At Jericho I met an American, whose name I have forgotten, who asked me to baptize him in the River Jordan. So one fine Sunday morning, when the sun shone gloriously bright, we assembled together on the banks of the great,river. I was clad in the white robes of an Arab shiek. A small crowd of interested people stood about me, some of whom were Americans, who sang together "On Jordan's stor...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 February 1890

VO. IX ICKE~NS, S. C., 'J IJI{SI)AY, FE BIIIJAIIY 6, 1890.NO21 TALMAGE ABROAD ELOQUENT SERMON PREACHED BY HIM IN LONDON. The Apostlos' PriMon II OUMe-Uinuktntu Chnlnn .ud liumip l)unge,-(od 'ity the l'rls net- The Pit, thme l.ton'N I)(+n, the Illsmig Furnce, ithe l+tatakI' ni 14t th.) I's'iMn for ChriNttau. The RQe. T. Do Witt Talmnag_e, D). D., of Brooklyn, preached in Londou, Sundiy, taking for his text Acts xvi, 81: "Believe on the Lord JEsus Christ, and thau shalt be saved." Ho said: Jai:s are slark, dull, damp, loathsome )laces even now; but were worse in the apostolio times. 1 imagine to-day we are standing in the Philippian d ungeon. Do you feo the chill? )o you hear the groan of those incarcera ed cues who for ton years have not seen the sun light, und ithe deep sigh of' women nh" ur' wber their father's house, and mourn o ver iheir wasted estates? L.isten again. It is tlie cbtolh'ofa .on noptiv' , or the struggle or one in a nightmar ofa grea(t horror. You lis t(' ag,t'Ju a...

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. — 6 February 1890

PICKENS SENTINEL. PICKEiNS ('. J., . O J. E. B0OOS & CO., Troprictor. .5. 1E. % .i. P. DtAG1N, EditorC'f. F()r Stibseript Iln, 1 .r() per lnnm st rittly in adv anct ; for s(i xmnt hts, 75 . .A(l ertisIeteS in t'ri ed at onw dilltar per qaln:lr of n11c 1(h-Or (S for the first inSe rtin) :tn(l Iif'ty centil for (Iaeb subls(" (tent Insert io. LilterI1 d icu1nt made tIl ml 1"clatlt an1d (it h(rs adV(irt1si ng for six ,...,>it or Iy the year. Qblttary Notices exeeeding fivellies, 'T:i hut eM (if iti' Ipe(t, ((;om)11iunie:tl<m of personai cla.ractter, w'en aidm1 ssa blo will Ieeharg(t for as ad vertisemets. AnFOUnCflfnt. Jtd:e ('utlran ltvinit dtterlinied to resi'.n hli s Settt in (cong, ;ress.5 te frien (1S of ('ol ) K N()1titls w\ill olTer hin as a (Rhn dlidal to lill thte vaIuantiy. jt(slie(t fiuliy vor, C'ENIt A L. T.1 UL.SDAY, FE'. G, 8;l0. qle i.gtt is ou in ('lrn('st in Con gresi. The '1Rpublicaln are deter - mined to ride ov(r the I)enocrats roi;:;h s1nd, anid the min110...

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. — 6 February 1890

- t P PIOK NS SENTINEL. SLOe'AL Ni %w. -Coten is worth from 10 to 1f;. --toad Moldl's Almanaw. It will in. tnre8t and pay. you. -MIs. C.1. lollingswort.h has nhout reouvored frdm her recot attack of infil ---Two 1poi:O youn .'i(ilentitess lave gono to Spa.tanuhrg colt' to cliula tizo (?) and tlh ul step in1to a 1ourtl-class postollco. - -Our livbv ian is (loinrg a good Im inoss this 'i11k. Horseback rides ttnd buggy driv ug in the order of the day. Our visitors o>1joy the fun. -There was a large crowd in town on Iat Monday (euae day). Very little property wnt offered for Halo. Only two places sold at good prices. -Prominent cil3Gens of Liberty say they will make a ntrong pull to got the proposed dummy line from Picken s to the railroad to come to that place. -The 'U. S. Court hanW drawni a good ly nuer'of. tih yeomnry of this co)tn-.. ty to the city during this we''k. The "cops" are auticipating a big l'u11. -.'rof. Iargan's faunily will join hime here in sltottt ten days. 'i y a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 February 1890

HOME-MADE FERTILIZERS AN IJ1PORTANT ENTERPRISE IN AuouR A'TED IN COLUMBIA. The Work IUnpped Out by tshe Colun,iba PIhosphnto (.mspany-Wiat It Oiler, to the Farnera of (eoratn and she l'atru Iane. An important,branch of home iudustry has just boon established at Columbia, S. C., under the name of the Columbia Phosphate Company. The oflicers are as follows: President- W. A. Clark, Vice President-J. C. Haskell, Secie tary and Treasurer-Wilie Jones, Su perintendent-T. C. Robertson, 1)irec tors--W. A. Clark,James Woodrow, J. U. Haskell, 0. L. Baker. The company has just issued a circu lar setting fourth its purpoaes and its facilitiis. It says: Before purchasing your fertilizers for another season we desire to call your attention to the goods we will put upon the market, for the crop of 1890, and trust that you will give them a full trial, satisfiedl not, only that the result obtained from this our first year's production will fully realize your expectation, but that nucceedintg years wi...

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. — 6 February 1890

vI. XIX. PICKENS, SC., THURSDAY, FEAI'AlY 1 NO. 21. TALMAGEABROAD ELOQUENT $ERMON PREACITE BY HIM IN LONDON. TAho Alostleh' rison iiouse--C it * iuil"iN Imai it t.it D llit il-tf, -4 1 P il tho t'rli ttm r- Tki l1t, hIe .tatmi'm il' tihe 1iI1zgl Z F 'rlV.ate l, thE- 11:1ke nut1 111 I 'sismn for Chri-iatti ut. The0 4re. T. DeOWitt TaOLa-, 11 D., of' Brook ly , preached it Lol.4i;to Stuntday, taking for his text Acts xv 31: " Believo on the Lord Jesuts (I rist and thou shalt, be saved." He saii1: JaW; i're .lat; k, (ll, damp, loat isom, plau. even Llw; but were Worse it)t I I Itpoiltic timet. I lnaginle to-d).% wi are htading in the Philippi:an dun IgI'OnI Do you fer! the ciill? Do you hei i' i1 groan of* thoseu inicarcvra ed o,es htit for ten years have not Seen 1 the sunl light, iad thle deep sigh ol' vonie Weh" er their fathstr's louvc hnd mourtt veri liit wasted estat es List.,A an.p.llthec uc 'rn-o -lIptiv-1,or the st niggle Iw me itni of"tugl.(fa.:nlhorm-i. You II I Mi'.le i t- ...

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. — 6 February 1890

PrCKE S SN NTIN EL. t i m s c. '., i. N;. J. %. :10 1(. t C: r t 1)r1*(:--)('e inch or. h*(fIr t he I!:.,I I ii.nt' 1443-1 (liili. Libtral4<1'--1''tot ma< t i m tr.h:iit: a:al at he .- .1 3 rt oter ' r I. h v I v Ite v :Ir. bi t k .n ry N ot 111'eis 1c:i i ve it vc n. of (d i l. 4h.iet e, wlI'IIII tiii. :1- i hie will beharg-d for as -dvrtisemets. e - ' b 14 I A e.' . the fras. of The .1d i, ou hl cf(rnDst inl Onl. J . T I 'c"ublien .e1c detor I l t> 3ri-lo () r fhe Demonta m kn 4 : 1 :-t (n for 1:i un i lic I - J* :3" .. msio 4u ' 4 - r :I i l ha " h !;n. h 0.- '1,-. oE I4 Ihni hh !m hc f , I 'h,- '.' Ifh d '-r',h a l c : . ne ' to13ra' i1 n t. -7.h - . 44t 41 1 4 - 4 t 7 '. ; o4 -,I .i i..' ' i r n s l ls - .i I:r . '.1- 1. . TU:' thne 1 ,n w w'*4-r3lis * l::( (1o ry,'w' 1 73 h14vem i I ;;'.4'44: : 11 ere 1144 w'i3 vas ('4444-.. ( :t r~ lnu ml3-i ers ' u47 h T L4:1 ofI;9;(i Li 143 1 '4:4' ( 103 No 4 4 aI'. :341' 4 I~~~~~t A 1 ~ " ~ 13437 -7 - 4 43 1~v .3 4 (1 t- j 1. u '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. — 6 February 1890

PIOKENS SJXTIEL LOA L N1-VN Ci .-Ot t n w O l h f r o m i l I t " t o 1 ; . --l lad IftM Fall's Alnut:m . It vill ill teres,t anid pay you. --M1 . C.'41. iWlln"Awm1th haz q!ho.,. r<w vrd Ilro1t 0 h Tr !lt attaek i i:11* --two l u o 1 t i l h: tiztl (? and the.n atup into afurh:a po;to!lie. Our li m.Y man iq (!o)iz; a good i inelSS t1i:4 wY'k . .1019a01.1efk rides lM a' I'ggy driving in fhm or(It.. of tho d.y O"Ir visitors (n'joy Ih1o fun. -Thero was a largo crowd in town oi last Monday (male daly). 1V(ry lit'lh property was oliereI f0v wae. O)nlly tWO phiAc's :-Oid alt. gOOd priCe.C.' -P'romint~ cilen4 of LibertY a the:y vill 11mktea 11 14 ll", pull to get thio propww(d Iumty line from Picken; t< tw railroald to com1o to tllat place. -The S .. Ccurlu: dr namIT ly ~1mlal'ofa 1N dn!" hn ynway ofi , o., ty to ht eity Yciing thli we. . i "cat "aint I i i i11ip .ilg a I h, -1il. T( ---Pf. agan1 ;- l - i' wild . here ~ ~ ~ ~ H to 'bnt !1;1ys!T1 aoi-i In lW! krin . ill' 1.r .nv i , J...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 February 1890

HOME-MADEFERTILIZERS AN Im PORt'ANT NTERP RISE IN. AUGURATED IN COLUMBIA. The' Work 111tippeed Ott by the (.1oluni,la PIsosphnt" Vollipi"Y-WhiLI It OIl're to the F1arnmera of 4;horisgt undti the uarv liuav. An import aut,brtnch of home industry has just hoon established at Columbia, S. C., under the name of the Columbia Phosphate Company. The oflicers are as follows: President-W. A. Clark, Vice President-J. C. Haskell, Seeze tary ani Treasurer-Wilie Jones, Su perintendent--T. C. Robertson, Direc tors-W-V. A. Clark,James Woodrow, J. U. Iaskell, G. L. Baker. The company has just issued a circu lar setting fourth its purposes and its facilities. It,says: Before purchasing your fertilizers for another season we desire to call your ut,tenLion to the goods we will put upon the market, for the crop of 1890, and trust that you will give thema a full trial, satisliedt not only that. the result obtained from this our first year's production will fully realize your expet-atioli, bit, that nucc...

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