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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 October 1875

7 THE PICKENS SENTINEL. DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY. ' VOL. V. ~ PICKENS, S C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 18T5. " ~ NO.'F 1h Fiikiu Sutiul. * f. jum Editor and Proprietor. .y 1/ J ^ PICKBN8, S. 0., OCT 7, 1875. Yferttikft Of NnliNcrlptlon. fete Yht 311 no ^ Six Months 76 Aivcrthlng Batcrt. JftAdttrUf mentB Inserted at (ho rate of $1 00 MfOf (9) nine lines, or lkhs, for (lie rat taaertioh, and 60 cents for each subsecWtMc'.s made for thkik, six or twki.vk - inwrauiv vvima. AWmlitments not having iho number of toerked on them, will bo published ippl forbid and oharged accordingly. are So simple any child may ^ Mdftt&iitand them. Nino lines is a square? Id every instance wo charge by 4??wfcirte occupied, as eight <fr (on lines can %#MMe to occupy four or five Squares, an the may wish, and iti charged by the ftpoto. WBF Advertisers will please state the number ?f squares they wish their advertisements fV* Business men who adverti...

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. — 7 October 1875

r',:, ' / ' -i . T Tb Fitkti; Sintiul! .' _ i . r r D. L BR5DLET, Editol and Proprfe PICKENS, S. C., OCT 7, 1875. Tetuift of SubKvi'ipUoii. Utt* Year .... . . . ?1 GU 81* Months . ?G Adver<iNiii|l; Knits. Advertisements insetted at Clio rate of $1 0() p9t eqUniV, of (ft) rtine lifteH, on t.f.hs, for the first insertion', and 60 cents tor oacli subsequent inscition. CJOMtrac'.s made for tiihkk, six or twklvk months, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number of insertions marked on them, will be published tlftfil forbid and clinrped accordingly. These terms are v-> .?imydo any child may underntaud tItem. Nine lines i? a sc|<ian;? niic men, in every instance w? cuatge y ihe space occupied, as eight or it n lines cn-i be made to occupy four or live (Hjuares, us the advertiser may wisli, and is charged by the Bpacc. tlSf" Advertisers will please slate (lie nuinbei* of sfjuares they wish their advertisements 9 nmke. Business men who advertise to l>e benefitted, ...

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. — 7 October 1875

s* tOCAL ITEMS ~ Ploasant rains yostorday. I FroBt in town last week. Nothing injured by it. 4 , Tbo Grocnvillo Republican lias been purchased by Col. Speights ol tlio News. ? ? Mr. 'i;U08. \V . lluseell bus kindl) coflaeutcd to1 furnish us witli tbo wookly srtluB aud prico of cotton at Kujtfey Station. ! I- :.v * mm Tbo communication of Rev. T. h\ Gary, and other original matter, is unavoidably crowded out of this iss boo. Tbo communication will appear Ut'M WUCK. >m The Grangers Jfic-nic at George's crock, on last Saturday, wo arc informed, was quite a success and i everything | as6ed oil' pleasantly. We regret that we were not able to i attend it. I ?_?- j Favoks.?Mr. 15. J. Johnson, of ( ?.Central will accept our thanks for a ( ' lot of tho finest turnips wo iiavo . seen this season. Also Col. Nimmous, j of Kastatoo, fjr a'bootthat, wo think, , . can not bo beat in this vicinity. , Sales Day.?Monday, last, being 1 sales day, and there being several 1 tracts of laud advertised ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 October 1875

usciAiivsfim ' saamiiiir ?ij-.??,=4= STATE OF SOUTH CAK JLINA. Pf <" ' I i COVNtY OF PICKENS. In the Probate Court. Stephen D. Koith, as Administrator de bonis ?oo of Matthew Keith, deecased, petitioner, j y?. , Margaret Edens and James Durdine, nn 1 Administrators of Alexander Edena, dcceasednnto their enretiea James E. Ilagood and A. ' J' Anderson ; James M. Edons, na adminia^ Mt?r de bonis son of Alexander Edena, demm*1, ??d his enreties Margaret Edena, Vameul Edons and Alien Eden*. Petition for Account, Relief, Ac. U appearing to my satisfaction that the 4efendant, Jnmen M. Edena, reside out of hd beyond the limits of this Slate. On motion of W. O. Keith and A. Illy the, attorneys for the petitioner, it is ordored that the said Jamoo M. Edena do nppoar at my office In pickena Court honae, on tlie 10th day of November, A. D. 1875, to show cause, I If any ho can, why the prayer of tlio pctiti-1 oner, now on nto in my oince, should not bo grunted, nnd npoti his failure to do ho,...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 October 1875

... . mi m ' DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY. "vol. V. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDA Y, OCTOBER 14, 1875. _ NoTT ?* From tho Bunny South. I - ?i " ? -? I ~e ?>-- 1 ' " ??a ""? " 1 May the Tenth. "Lot us cross over the river, and rest in tho shado of tho treos."?Dying words of Qen. "Stonewall" Jackson. How perfect tho hush 011 him lying! And where is the light on his brow? Is ho yet in the land of the dying, Or wakes he in Paradise now? Without, in the calm Sabbath morning, The "B078 iu Gray" are at prayer For tUoir hero, their hope, their adorning, No* lying so quietly there. lie hears not their outcrying sorrow? He knows not their passion anil tears; His spirit no Bhadow may borrow, So far from tho presence of theirs! ^ Alone, 011 the brink of Forever, The palms of tho lJlessecl ho sees; He cries, "Lot us cross o'ver Ihe river, And rest iu tho shade of the trees " Tho crimson of battle is paling? Tho shouting, the thuudoring dies, I1...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 October 1875

* afcggg l t ? Tifi Pintails SfifliitiR1 mv I V SI V II N MlNIINVII - i t. f. SftUUT. Editor and Prorrietor, ; SICKENS, S. C., OCT 14, 1875. J Terms of NubMeriptioii. One Yew r . , $1 60' \ Bit Months 7-5 Advertising Rates. Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 00 , Iev square, of (9) nine lines, on lkss, for the rat insertion, and 50 cents for each subse- 1 qaent inseition. ( Contracts made for tihikb, six or twklvk months, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number of insertions marked on them, will be published until forbid and charged ocoordiugly. These terms are so simple nny child may understand them. Nine lines is a square? one inch. In every instance we charge by the space occupied, as eight or ten lines can Kn ma.U in aaa.IM** f...A B.,..AMAa nn WW UIHMV tv wvujy 1VU1 VI CI t U C\|UUi vo, ?o I1IU advertiser may wish, and is charged by Ihc pace. S&" Advertisers will please state the number of squares they wish their advertisements o make. W&f Busine...

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. — 14 October 1875

WJ-J J LL?! ' -I"1 LOCAL ITEMS. t Tho cotton mnrkct is looking up. Ckestuuto have comrnonccd to find tbcir way to tnarkot. I ^ ? . t A Grange is to bo organized at Pickonsville to morrow. mm 9 i Mr. II. D. Rowland has been nps -j n..i *f_ .1 n i?.i 't poinieu jl vol iuuaior in vycnirni omtion. - ^ i Kktuknkd.?Our merchants Iiavo all returned from markot and tiro re, coiving their now go da. ' W. A. Lesley will pay the highest market price for cotton, in cash. Bring it along and got your money. It. Dikd.?Mr. Gilliland, who lives near Glassy Mountain, lost a little aon, on Monday last, from diphlhe> *'? . . mm ^ The freight train on tho gravel road has commenced running from * this place to Easley. Miko is tho conductor. n.,,. nu.L- r.f ii,? n..n.? vy 111 vutvivtm VIVI n ^\/i mw vvw u v lias had tl?o ground in front of tho Court House passage fixed inelegant style. Tho Rove. Lamar and Hudson, 15 iptist ministers, will com men co. a protracted meeting at Central Station on Saturday ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 October 1875

Mtraage Results of a Weil. Persons l'oiNened?The Purlicnlurs. On Thursday night last a marring*' occurrou in unitou which roamuxi in the prostration of over flfly of our bestpooplo from the cflfects of scmo kinds of poison which hud by sotno overnight or mistuko, gotten into n lot of oustards which was served on1 to tho guests. On Thursday night the marriage occurred, as por notico in anothor column, ol Mr. W. J. Braxelton, of Knoxvillo ard Miss Lillio Anderson, ot Dalton, tho coremonoy being perlormod by Kov. A. W. Gas^ ton at tho Profibytorinn Church. After mo cororaonoy aauppor was given in honor of tho occasion by Mr. and Mrs. John Graves, tho mother and Rtcpfather of tho brido, to which an unusually large numbor of guests were iiivitod. It sooms from all tl^. iformation wo could gloan, thnt tWg ta^ bios woro set, at both of which custard was served. That which was sewed at tho first toblo was flavored 'with ono ingredient, and that at thosocond tablo with another, and all that ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 October 1875

THE PICKENS SENTINEL?" * $(?.} <' DEVOTED TO fOLlTICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTEREST O* * , ' = ?' ~ 1 ~ ' . " 'I/ ?' "lO I ^QL- v- PICKENS, St C~ THURSDAY. OCTO^R ^7^7 " "" " 71t? Term of Office of the Circuit Judges ?An Important QuestionThe decision of the 8uf romo Court of this State in the oftao of Wright vb. Uharlos (4th volume of Richardson's Reports, page 178) haB an important bearing it seems to us, upon tho oloc-. tion of Circuit Judges, in establishing tfce principle that whero a tern of ofBoe is fixed by tho constitution a person elected to such oftlco, whothor tafil a vaoancy or not, must hold offico for tho full term. Under this decision (if it bo applicable to circuit judges) the torm of Jutlgo Carpenter (eloctod Dooembor 13, 1872) docs not expire until Decombor, 1876; tlmt of ^ Judgo Cooko (oloctcd January 14, 1872) until January, 1877; that of ouago xicou, joiocmju uccemDcr, jloyij until Docembor, 1878; and that of JudgoShftW (olectcd January, 1...

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. — 21 October 1875

ML f\l \ n M \ I - iAo rums smiuii. 9. r. SUBLET. Elite ul Prosmtor. lerins 01 suDwripuwn, OnS" Year $1 f>0 8ix. Months : * * ? 75 AdvfrtlMng Rnten. Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 00 square, of (9) sine lines, or lkss, tV>r (lie ir?t insertion, and CO cents for cach subseqttoi inseition. Contracts made for tusek, six or twblvk months, ott flt*ot%ble terms. Advertisements not having the number of insertions marked on them, will bo published until forbid and charged accordingly. Tbeao terms are so simple any child may understand them. Nine lines is a square? one inch. In every instance wo charge by the apace occupied, as eight or ten lines can be made to occupy four or Ave squares, aa the advertiser may wish, and is charged by the apaoe. AflvAr! iaova will r Inoon oIoJa <I?a *> ? *v? _ ber of squares they wish their advertisements o make. 9&~ Business men who advertise to bo benefitted, will bear in mind that the 8ENT1NEL has a large and increasing circulati...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 October 1875

LPOAL ITEMS. * ttf- t I 1 1 l-MI 1 t vy o iinvu imu uuvurm Killing irosis in the last wo-k. ' ODka0.t-^A'little daughter of our fellow townsman, Mr. John Lesley, died on Tuesday Last. Our appeal.,to^iuyftatrona in last weeks issue brought^oqao of them to * our assiesta^e^ f <1uany others iuiiuw vi i njr u.\?uij;iu. , inj- <! . ot trying matrimony, is, wo arc informed, trying to "Bult'' tho r JLjib ountinki. oliicu was weienaueu on Tuesday evening last by "our Cbila," who discoursed charming music on a jow6~barp. I 0B ? ...... Wo lidarn that the Mt. Tabor Grango i6 an activo working body> nnd ia in n flonrinhinc* nonrlitinn " r> ? v v* a Thty meet "oh Saturdy before the % second Sunday in each month. ? The tirao of year in which tho shooting of partridges is prohibited by law, expired on tho 15th instant. Qood sport ahead for tho boys until (he law acrain takes effect next vear. Our usually peaceable and quiot town lias been somewhat disturbed on sevoral occasions recentl...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 October 1875

Young Ametfcft to Vmr*wi(< Toaoher?I"ar80 maK rofff?Sfan is a common noon of lira tynrioino ponder. . , t.?What's that,-sir? 1 *' | I'.?Man is a common nottn of 4.ho femihiHo gander; common, oh Use bo can bfu bought cheap; and .feminine gender 'cause he's alfFfyA ?Ot woman oa tko brain; 8th person, cause bis Wife and six children come first?is In the objeotive case, and generally |*?wn?a Djr * woman. ?So to your seat, air, and put a wet rag on your head. T.?Next, parse wo."nan. P.?Woman is a female noun of the masculine gender. * P.?Mercy on ub, what did you say, sir? P.?iiho's a fomalo noun of tho masculino gondor, 'causo sho woars tho ' breach-aloons, and is doterinine^to j. j -? .-S >u?ri ?uv a vumpvunueu VI COHOI), whalobontw, sunshine, starch, smtlos anil thunder cloud*; is in the first person 'cause she's always tho person spiking; plural number 'causo sbo makes raoro noise than a half dosson parrots; is in the objective ease, and governed by the fashions. T.?Sit down, s...

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. — 28 October 1875

THE PICKENS SENTINEL. ~* ' 1 ? 1 ' - ' 1 1 1 I !> - , . , . .... .. .... DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY. I VOL. Y. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 88 itafK ~ "atTTT South Carolina Affairs "Bull Run," the able Washington correspondent of tho Augusta Chronicle and Sontinol in one ot hi? interesting lottors to that journal, has tho following, concorning South Carolina: Ex-Govornor Moses, of South Carolina, has mado application to the Pro* sidont for tho appointment as Minister Plonipotontiary to Liberia. His application is ondorsoct by President Koborts and other functionaries of that far distant Colony. It is said horo that Cardoso is also intorestod in "Tho Grand African Continental ltailroad," and the object in Bending Moses thoro is to onablo the projectors tlio hotter to hoodwink tho na* tiyoB. The Atrican projoct may yot solvo tho Southern problem, at least it will rosult in ridding tho States of many obnoxious carpot bagg...

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. — 28 October 1875

Tli Pickens Sentinel. ^ ' , 0. F. BRIDLE?. Editor and Frocrielor, .. ' JL!^, Terms of SubNcrli^ion. One Year $1 50 8ix Mouths 75 AdvcrtiMlng Kates. Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 00 per square, of (0) nine lines, or lksh, for the first insertion, and 50 cents for each uubscnii^ni. Snumlinn Contracts miule for three, six or twklvk months, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number of insertions marked on them, will be published until forbid and ohargcd accordingly. These terms arc so simple any child may understand them. Nine lines 5s a square? one inch. In ovcry instance we charge by the space occupied, as eight or ten lines can be mado to ocoupy four or five squares, as the advertiser may wish, and is charged by the Bpuce. Advertisers will please state the number of sauarcs thev wish their advertisements o make. Business men who advertise to be benefitted, will bear in mind that the 8ENT1NKL has a large and increasing circulation, and is taken by tho very c...

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. — 28 October 1875

* ? LOCAL ITEMS. Cotton picking and corn shuckings * aro now in full blast. . Mollie iDafllng pranceth our streotB no-more. Tbe hog cholera is still raging in omo sections of the ,Gfcmnty. Tho seller ot cotton is now roqn i red to pay for the ^weighing at Easloy. VTtri *? ? - To-m^rrvw, tho Kevs. McLees and Stockman coivmonco a throo day6 mooting at this placo. TliPWiwn8 Circuit Conference takes placo at Dacnsvillo on noxt Sunday. Tho cotton in various neighbor i i_ . 1.1 .*? r.,u.. UUUUH in una vuiuivj, in muni/ iini^ otie-t hi t cl Mr. C. T. Martin has the tlmnks of tbo Sentinel office for favors bo towed.f} > ' ? % Dr. Darby, Presiding Elder of this District, will preach in the Methodist Church at this place on Monday evening next. Those indebted to Dr F. A. Milos are requested to como forward and ettlo. See notice olsewhoro. Wo are glad to welcome Dr. Miles And lady back to our town from tho Csesar'e Head Hotel. Pickens can * 11 i ^ j? . r\ noi wen ao wunoui mo uooior. ? Judg...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 October 1875

Farm *nd Orange Ril on Fall Plowed Land.?The only objection to fall plowing is tha' occasion ly heavy rains pack the soil I whereby much of the benefit of alternate freezing and thawing is lost. This can be remedied by drilling in one bushel of rye per acre late in the fall. Rye is much bettor than wheat lor this purpose, as it is less expensive, and, owing to smaller grains, one bushel of rye is equal in Beeding io a bushel and a half of wheat. Besides, ryo grows stronger tban wheat, is less liablo to winter, and its matted i mnl?AA a /xm Aa gIVITIU UittAVO U LMJVIU* piuivuviuil IU the soil from washing or packing by rains or snows, Farmers have noticed that where winter killed wheat is plowed and sown with spring grain thq crop is nearly always excellent. This shows the (advantage of fall plowing combinod with some pro* tcctiou to the surface. But it doos not pay to have a crop oi whoat thus destroyed, whilo it will pay to plow and sow some cheaper grain that will answer the same ...

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. — 4 November 1875

THE PICKENS SENTINEL DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTEREST OP TIIE COUNTRY "== iriKfj-y y ^ - ? YOU V. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1875. NO ift1 w Stonewall Jacksons's StatueRichmond, Va., Oct 2G.?This clay has been mado memorable in tlio annftle of Richmond and lent addition ill lustre to tho proud name of V irgin la by the tribute of its people to tho momory of its gallant warrior, patriot and Christain soldier, Gen. T. J> (Stonewall) Jackson, on the occasion of tlio; formal inauguration of tho statue by Foloy, presented to Virginia by a number of English gentlemen Tho imj oeing pageant and interest* ing coremonics combined to mako tho grandest demonstration ovor witnec* sod in this city. Tho attraction of tyo State fair and this extraordinary event has brought together peoplo from everv direction within tho hmv dors of tho State, as well as from sympathizing communities byond ThiB fact was ovidoncod on all sides by tho crowded condition...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 November 1875

A jr Tie PiAw^iliiiil. D. F. BEAI^C Editor and Prosrittor. or Subscription. Ono $1 60 Six jpnths 76 jr ^avertiBfiiK ltaten. ^/Advertisements inserted at the ratoof $1 00 Vper of (9) nine lines,.on less, for the / first insertion, and 60 cents for each subsequent ifts<rftiop.' / Contracts uiade for thrrk, six or twelvk months, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number of itwwrUons marked on them, will bo published _i.il -t ? * ?mn luium <%uu unurgeu nccoruingiy. i"h?8e terms aro so simple any child may understand them. Nino liues is a square? one inch. In every instance wo charge by the epace occupied, as eight or ten lines can be made to occupy four or fivo squares, as tho advertiser may wish, and is charged by the Bpace. Advertisers will plcnse state tho number of squares they wish thoir advertisements o make. WW Business men who advertise to bo benefitted, wTU bear in mtnd that the WENTLNKL has a large and increasing circulation, and is taken by the very class...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 November 1875

LOCAL ITEMS. -&omo miscreant cut tho public * well rope last Saturday night. Oar merchants aro buying a good deal of cotton. + The Temperance Society at this place is in a flourishing condition. Tho RACond farm of tlm liicrh nnhnnl at this place, ends on' the 19th Inst. A fine two bundredjjdollar horso belonging to Messrs. Richey <fe Wyatt nt Eosloy Station, died of colic on laa( Rof II r^av ninrli t Buholauy.?tho Depot oflico at Eaeloy Station, wo are informed, was broken into one night last week and about one hundred dollars stolon out of the money drawer. Dedication.?The now Baptist church, at Easley Station, will be dedicated on tho second Sunday in this month. Services will bo held on Saturday before. % <m Correction.?In onr last week's is pne wo stated that thceollerof cotton was now required to to pay for i * ^ 4. T* 1 Ob^i! \tr weiguing iii. o iiiion. vv o should liavo said the buyer instead of tho seller. Tho friends of education, in tho neighborhood ot Eastatoo C...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 November 1875

The History ol Suicide. One of the Best of the Mcdico-Lcgal Society's Papers. At tho last mooting of tho Medicolegal Socioty Mr. I?. S. Guernsey's paper on "Tho Ponal Laws .Relating to Suicido in Anciont and Modern Times'' was road by Dr. Miller. After defining tho diftoronoo botwoon tho two classes ol suicidoa rccognizod b}' |Ua In %wr 4 !./? 1. > ? 1 *- * ' ' >rv inuj i/iiu uuitiur iuok up 11)0 I)18v tory of Buicido and tlio law bearing upon it in di floret ages and difforeut countries. The Mosaic law contains no penally for felo dc se. The first suicides mentioned in tlio Old Testament, woro tlioso of Saul and his armor boaror.? Samson's doalh cun hardly bo on 1 led a suicido. Josophus says tliat in Jn~ doa tho body of tho mnn who had takon his own life was not buriod till aftor sunsof. In soino parts oi India suicido was onco considcrod meritorious, but the soli'immolation of widows on tho funeral pyros of their husbands is no longor permitted. In China suicido is by no mo...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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