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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 April 1881

LOCAL ITEt!S. Church Directory. Methodist.-Rev. 8. P. H. Elwell. second Sabbath in each month at 10j o'clock A. M. Rev. Olin L. Durant, 8d Sabbath at 11 A. M. Rev. J. 0 Graham, 4th Sabbath at 8 P. U. Presbyterian-Rev. Hugh MoLees, at the Methodist Church, on 4th Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m Baptist-Secona Church, Rev. W. B. Single ton Pastor. 1st Sabbath and Saturday before In each month at 11 o'clock a. m. 14. JbrF. MILDOURNE & Co.. Newspwper Ad, vertising Agents, 128 W, Baltimore Street, Baltimore, Md. nre authorized to contrtact for Advertisements in Tux PICKEWs SENTINEL at our best rates. Now plant your cotton. Don't neglect your gardens. The apple trees are blooming. Wheat is beginning to grow and has a good healthy appearance. Many a bean was planted last Frid ny by the old women. Mr. T. 11. Smith, of Liberty Station has potuto slips lurge enough to trans plant. Last Sunday was Eastor and it was the firmt real spring day we have had this settson. The wind blow very hard at t...

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. — 21 April 1881

The h umor of smaU pox. Generally speaking, there is nothing excruciatingly funny about smallpox; but the doctors Who are called to pre scribe for patients occasionally run onto somethuing that tickles them. Not many years ago a doctor here was called to see a man at one of the hotel", who lived out in Iowa. The man was sick as a horse, and the doctor had his suspicions about what ailed him, but couldn't tell exactly, so he gave him something to quiet him, and told the friend who was with him that he would call in the morning. The friend said he thought as much of the sick man as he could of a brother, and he would see him through. The next morning the doctor called and the sick man was alone. He exained him and found that he had smallpox. While lie was dealing out somie medicine the friend caine blundering in. Said he, " Doe., that medicine ain't worth a con tinental. Tliis man is very sick." The doctor said lie had come to that conclu 1in himself. " Why," said the friend, I rll)be...

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. — 21 April 1881

The Humor or smaupox. Generally speaking, there is nothing excruciatingly funny about smallpox; but the doctors who are called to pro scribe for )atients occasionally run onto something that tickles them. Not many years ago a doctor here was called to see a man at one of the hotels, who lived out in Iowa. The man was sick as a horse, and the doctor had his suspicions about what ailed him, but couldn't tell exactly, so he gave him something to quiet him, and told the friend who was with him that lie would call in the morning. The friend said ho thought as much of the sick man as he could of a brother, and he would see him through. The next morning the doctor called and the sick man was alone. He oxamined him and found that hei had smallpox. While he was dealing out some medicine the friend caie blundering in. Said he, " Doe., that medicine ain't worth a con tineintal. This man is very sick." The doctor said lie had come to that conclu sion himself. "1 Why," said the friend, "I rubbed...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 April 1881

DEVOTED TO POLITICS, NORALITT, EDUCATION AND TO TE 6EEURAL INTUDST OF Tfl UCUNTEY. By, D.e Fe- BRADLEY & 00. PICKENS,C, T.VOL. X. NO. 33. NEWS GLEANINGS. In Miusissippi there are 6,024 public schools and 969 private schools. The little county of Wythe, Va., pro duced last year $1,000,000 worth of iron. During March the yellow pine lum ber shipped from Jacksonville, Fla., amounted to 4,831,779 feet. The Houston (Texas) Post says that over 100,000 people petioned the Legis latur', on the prohibition question. The Vicksburg (Miss.) Herald says -that the cotton factory at Water Valley, which has been idle for some years, will soon be put in repair and run again. Col. James Crook, one of the Alabama Railroad Commissioners, told a reporter of the Atlanta Constitution that Gen. Gordon owns 270,000 acres of the finest coal lands in the world. Gainesville (Ga.) Southron: The gold mines of Northeast Georgia are yielding large dividends, with all the drawbacks of a winter and spriag unequa...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 April 1881

DETOTUD TO POLITICS, MORALITT, UDUGATION AND TO TIE OENBhAL INTEEST Sr Tfl UVNThY. By D. F. BRADLEY & 00. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1881. VOL. X. NO. 33. NEWS GLEANINGS. In Miasissippi there are 5,024 public schools and 969 private schools. The little county of Wythe, Va., pro duced last year $1,000,000 worth of iron. During March the yellow pine lum ber shipped from Jacksonville, Fla., amounted to 4,831,779 feet. The Houston (Texas) Post says that over 100,000 people petioned the Legis lature on the prohibition question. The Vicksburg (Miss.) Herald says .that the cotton factory at Water Valley, which has been idle for some years, will soon be put in repair and run again. Col. James Crook, one of the Alabama Railroad Commissioners, told a reporter of the Atlanta Constitution that Gen. Gordon owns 270,000 acres of the finest coal lands in the world. Gainesville (Ga.) Southron: The gold mines of Northeast Georgia are yielding large dividends, with all the drawbacks of a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 April 1881

THE SENTINEL D. F. BRADLEY. Editor. PICKENS 0. 1-., S. C.: TEURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1881. For subscription, $1.50 per annum, for six uonths, 75 cents; strictly in advance. Advertisements inserted at one dollar pei aquare of one inch or less for the first inser ion and fil'ty cents for each subsequent in sertlon. Liberal discount made to merchantE and others advertising for six months or by be year. Obitnary Notices and Tributes of Respect barged for as advertisements. Announcing Candidates five dollars, ir advance. The:Cowpens Centennial. We havo received from the com. mitteo an invitation to attond the un veiling of'tho Morgan monumont at Sparitanburg on the 11th of May next Groat preparations are being mado tc make the occasion one of the groatest affairs over seen in this Stato, and it is expected that, 20,000 persons wil be presetit from all parts of the coun try. Tho invitatian card is the larg est and handsomest we have ovei The Dead-Lock. The dead-lock in the Senate still continue...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 April 1881

LOC.ALL ITEMS. Church Direotory. Miethodist.-Rev. S. P. H1. Elwell. second Sabbath in each month at 10J o'clock A. M. Rev. Olin L. Durant, 8d Sabbath at 11 A. X. Rev. J. 0. Graham, 4th Sabbath at 8 P. U. Presbyterian-Rev. Hugh McLees, at the Methodist Church, on 4th Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m Baptist-Secona Church, Rev. W. B. Single ton Pastor, 1st Sabbath and Saturday before in each month a~t 11 o'clock a. m. L. JuuP. MIL".URNE & 00., Newspaper Ad vertising Agents, 128 W, Baltimore (Street, Baltimore, Md. are authorized to contract for Advertisementa in THE PloKENS SENTINEL at our best rates. Croquet still flourishes. Spring has como at last. Chickens are in great demand at this place. Plensant April showers have fallen in this section. Vegetation is commencing to grow, and tho forest is getting greon. Soo chango of.the advertisement of the popular and reliablo clothing honso of -F. V. Poo & Co. Miss Joe E. Bogg,, of East Tennes se' is sponding a feow wooks with her aunt, M...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 April 1881

Th American and English Cabinets. In both the United States and Eu gland, the Cabinet, as a body, is unknown to the constitution, and is not officially recogmed by thelaw. The name "'Cb iet " never occurs in formal documents; it has gradually come into use fru the fact that in England the Kmg''s advisers were wont to meet and consult him in his private cabinet. Each Cabinet officer however, is offi cially recognized in both America and En and-not a a Cabinet officer, but as e chief of one of the great depart ments of the executive administration. In this country, such an officer is known as "Secretary "-the Secretary of State, of the Interior, and so on. In England, the title of Secretary is used for the five highest administrative offi cers, those of Foreign Affairs, Home Affairs, the Colonies, India, and War. The office corresponding to our Secre taryship of the Treasury, on the other hand, is in England divided between two high officials-the First Lord of the Treasury, and the Ch...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 May 1881

DEVOTUD TO IOLITIC, MORALITT, EDUCATION AND TO TUE SINERAL JITBERsT OF TE UOUNTRY. By D. F. BRADLEY & 00. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1881 A9 ALM alU UF=aA= WAN. Poor coat, well loved for many reasons, Since both of us grow old, be true; This hand has J)rushed you for ten season., E'en Socrates no more could do. Whilst Time your thin and white-seamed stuft Keeps on attacking without end, Wisely like rue, his blows re6tf' And never let us part, old frient. That birthday flown, when first I wore you, I mind well--memory yet is strong 3ly friends around to honor bore you, And poured their welcome forth it song. Your ishabby plight-of which I'm vain Hinders tien not an arm to lend, They'd freely feast us now again; So never let us part, old friend. You're patched behind, an ancient rending; That, too, recalls a past delight; One night to run from Jano pretending, I felt her soft hand clutch ino tight. Torn woro you, and that frightful tear 0 It took my Jane two days to mend, Wh...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 May 1881

THE SENTINEL. D. F. BRADLEY, Editor. PICKENS 0. H1., 1. C.: THUESDAY, MAY 5, 1881. TER~MS: For subsoription, $1.0 per annum, for six months, 75 cents; strictly in advance. Advertisements inserted at one dollar per square of one inch or less for the first inser, ion and fifty cents for each subsequent In sertion. Liberal discount made to merchants and others advertising for six months or by he year. Obituary Notices and Tributes of Respect harged for an advertisements. Announcing Candidates five dollars, in advance. A Proposed New County. A correspondent of the News and Courier, says the citizens of William ston are discussing the pro)pricty of forming a now county out (f a portion of Anderson, LaiuroniH ard Greenvillo with the Court, House at Williamstor, the boundaries of the said new county to.ombruco Piedmont factory. The Groenvillo Newij and the Arlderson Intolligeficer opposo the l()ppjing off of any (f 0ho territory of theiri revs)ectivo Counios on tho ground th-rt, neithor of...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 May 1881

LO~CAL ITIEMS. Church Directory. 1fethodiA.--Bev. 8.- P. N. Etwell. second Sabbath in each month at 101 o'clook A. U. Rev. Olin L. Durant, 8d Sabbath at 11 A. U. Rev. J. 0. Graham, 4th Sabbath at 8 P. x. Presbyterian-Rev. Iugh MicLees, at the Methodist Church, on 4th Sabbath at 11 b'oleck a. m Baptist-Secona Cbutob, Rev.W. B. Single ten Pastor, lt Sabbath and Saturday before in each month at 11 o'clock a. m. L. JEFr. MILDOURNE & Co., Newspaper Ad.. vertising Agents, 128 W, Baltimore 18treet, Baltirmore, Md. are authorized to contract for Advertisements In Tas Pocjawx SZ14TIMCL at our best rates. Redmond, it is stated, Is not dead, but is now in the Ashevillo jail with six bullets in him. It is thought be will got well. A gentleman informs us that he icounted over fifty persons who passed his house on Saturday evening last, going to a distillery, and from the noiss they made on their rourn, ho eupposes they were all drunk. The County Commissioners givo notice in this issue to tho...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 May 1881

GREER WIT. somea Instances of Fam from a s@owtus People. A truly diadactic saying is attributed by AE'lian to the Spartan magistrates. " When certain persons from Clazomene unad como to Sparta and smeared with soot the seats on which the Spartan magistrates sat discharging- public du ties; on discovering what had been done and by whom, they expressed no indig nation, but merely ordered a. public proclamation to be made, 'Lot it be law fil for the peoplo of Clazomeno to make blackguarfs of themselves.'" A very large number of apothegms, proverbs, or sayings of more or loss wit occur up and down the collected works of Plutarch, although Secneidowin does not hesitate to attributo those to soiae imposter usurping his name. At any rate they are handily classified, and form a bulky iddition to Mr. Paley's translated slecinenis. Here is a brief and bright saying which this writer attaches to King Archelaus, when a talkative barber, trim iing his beard, asked him; "How shall I cut it ?" "In...

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. — 12 May 1881

DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTEREST OF THE UOUNTRY. By D. F. BRADLEY & 00. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MAY 12 1881 NEWS GLEANINGS. Lynchburg (Va.) Advance: If the capital was at hand there is enough iron ore in a circle of sixty miles around this city to run two hundred furnaces profit ably. Charleston (S. C.) News and Courier: The production of cotton per acre is greater in North Carolina than in any State in the Union. Georgia is next in the scale of productiveness. The Cedar Kpys (Fla.) Journal de sires to know who can tell how the shell mounds in that neighborhood came there. Some of them are nearly twenty feet high. Digging for building pur poses discovered a variety of shells. The Louisiana Western Railroad Com pany has built a mammoth hotel, cover ing a ground area of 148 by 120 feet, in the Attalapas country, west of the bayou Vermillion, and a town has been laid out and named McComb, in honor of the president and principal stockholder of 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. — 12 May 1881

THE SENTINEL. D. F. BRADLEY. Editor. PICKENS 0. II., 8. C.: THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1881. For subscription,. $1.50 per annum, for six months, 75 cents; tt rictly in advance. Advertisements inserted at one dollar per square of one inch or less for the first inser, ion and fifty cents for each subsequent. in sertion. Liberal discount made to merchants and others advertising for six months or by he year. Obituary Notices and Tributes of Respect. harged for as advert isetentsn. Announcing Candidates fivo dollars, in advan co. Within less than a month's time, five of the ablest and most distinguished citizens of tihe State have died-Gary, O'Connor, Bonner, Preston and Thomson. General John S. Prestoin died at his resi dence in Colunhia last. we( k. IIl, w:is born in Virginia, married ani auint of Senitor flaimp. ton, and became a citizen of tIi is State in ear ly life. lie was a highly eduicaited and pol ished gentleni of a high oriter of it illect and was one of tle finest orattors i, ie Stat...

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. — 12 May 1881

LOCAL ITEMS. Church Direotory. Methodist.-Rev. S. P. H. Elwell. second Sabbath In each month at 10} o'clock A. U. Rev. Olin L. Durant, 8d Sabbath at 11 A. N. RBev. J. 0 Graham, 4th Sabbath at 8 r. M. Presbyterian-Rev. Hugh Mcleces, at the Methodist -Church, on 4th Sabbath .at 11 *'elook a. m Baptist-Seoona Church, Rev. W. B. Single ten Pastor, 1st Sabbath and Saturday before In each month at 11 o'clock a. m. The weather is favorable for farm Work. Rev. S. P. H. Elwell will preach at this place next Sunday night. Master Guy McFall honored our sanctum by a call on last Monday. teveral of our citizons havo gone to the Cowpens Centennial. We assuro a subscriber At Moxia, Texas, that his paper is mailed rogu larly at this office. Wheat is coming out rapidly and if no disaster bofalls it, a good Crop will be made. Mr. J. C. Griffiin has 30 acres of cotton insido the corporato limits (if Pickens which looks very promising at this timo. Work on the now storo hoise on the corner of Main and ...

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. — 12 May 1881

AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. REFUsE SALT.--Refuse salt and brine from the pickle barrels should be sown broadcast under fruit trees. WooD AsmHs. -Where this can be pur chased cheaply enough it will pay to procure a quantity and scatter it liberally under the fruit trees. SINGUnAR RAFTING.-A tomato vine has, with some difficulty, been grafted upon a potato. It was done simply as a matter of curiosity. EARY LAMn.--April lambs are best. Lambs that come after the first of June seldom grow thrifty or amount to much. If intended for fairs or breeding stock February and March lambs are neces sary. SmLPnUa FOR OUP . -Roup will some times yield to the following treatment: Open the affected fowl's beak and with a tube, which may be formed of paper, blow half a tenspoonful of sulphur down the throat. Threo applications have been known to cure. WHEAT.-Se0 to it that your land is well prepared beforesowing wiheatif you desire a good crop. Roll before sowing if the land is clayey, roll after sowing if it ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 May 1881

DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, URSAATIOY AND TO TVL GX.INLOI. By Do Fe B3RADLEY & 00 PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, hY1,18.VL .N NEWS GLEANINGS, A large number of ship carpentere have arrived in Lake Charles, La., from New Orleans. A great deal of boat build ing is in progress there. The- Live Stock Journal learns that the New Orleans, Chicago and St. Louis railroad has erected a vast amount of barbed wire fencing along its track in Southern Mississippi and Louisiana, and will soon have it all along the line, so as to keep off stock from the track. The Little Rock Gazette publishes specifications of material and work i required to build a hospital for the in sane at Little Rock, Ark., from which it t appears that the main building is inten- I ded to be sixty-three feet front by one hundred and four deep, and the wings each one hundred and fifty-six feet long and forty feet wide. New Orleans Picayune: Texas towns grow so fast that the population is al. a ways ahead of the returns. Acc...

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. — 19 May 1881

THE SENTINEL. D. F. BRADLEY, Editor. PICKENS C. I., S. C.: TRURSDAY, MAY 1, 1881. T EU M: Por Funxcription, S1.50 per nnum, for six montlii, 75 cents; stried iy ill advance. Advert isement s insertid nt. one dollar per equare of one inch or less for the first inser, ion and fifty cents for each M (s eilhiutt in sertion. Liberal discount made to merehants and others advertising For six miolis or by lie year. Obitnary Notices anl Trihites of Respect harged for as advertisements. Announcing C:didates tive dollars, in advance. C'onfirmued. S. W. 'Melton is bein cotifirmed by file Senate as United States 1istrict Attoiiey for this State, Absaloin liythe as la rslial, aid W. N. Taft its Ploqtmusier at chillleston. Gen. James l.mgst ois been confirmed as United States \lirshai fmr (eorgi-t. The Columbia an. i 6reeii %Ib- lh:ailroad (Clyde Synlict e) has 1l-iM'l 1ie .4i'i-allhuilrg aud i l I lill Nitill- l 611 :or n-1-11- ll 1i lwly nine years, tit S :, ) 11 per -in iio'l Thi conibillaitiol...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 May 1881

- LOCAL .E.T2:t. Church Directory. Methodist.--Rev. S. P. Af. Emwell. seoon Sabbath In each month at 10i o'cloak A. X. Rev. Olin L. Durant, 8d Sabbath at IA. N Rev. J. 0. Graham, 4th Sabbath at 8 i. x. 7 Presbytevian-Rev. Hugh MOLees, at th Methodist Church, on 4th Sabbath at 1 o'clock a. m Baptlst-Secona Church, Rev. W. B. Single ton Pastor, 1st Sabbath and Saturday befor In each month at 11 o'clock a. m. The thermometer ran up into th4 nineties last week. Items of Interest is solicited fron every section of the County. A now Baptist Church is to b< erected soon at Secona. Pickens County is marching straight forward in the line of progt-es. Dr. W. T. Field, we learn, is remod. ling and enlarging his residence and in tends covering it with tin. A good rain would be beneficial now, though it is bottor to have dry weather now than later in the season. The farmers are making the most of the favorable weather, and are making good headway with their crops. Order the MASON & HAMLIN...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 May 1881

FARM NOTES. Poca butter or chcese is always the first to feel the ef'ects of a dull market. The best products are always inquired for, even on the poorest market. To prepare night soil for use on land, mix it thoroughly with any dry absorb. ent, as powdered charcoal, dry muck, road dust, or sifted coal ashes, so tba all lumps many be broken fine, and then apply it as any other manure. CAIJAGE is best given to poultry wholo, hung up by the stalk. At first it may not be touched, but when one fowl begins to peck, at it, the rest will be timpted to keep on until little remains. Being suspended, it does not wvaste or become polluted, and it will remain in good condition to be eaten at will. Tin- NATIVE Cow.-Occasionally the agricuilttiral press puts in a good word for the nativo cow. Too long she has ben n(eglected, and the fancy or high bred cows, with long names and pedigrees running back into the dark ages, are puffed and praised, and as carefully haiidled as if they were so much gold...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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