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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 August 1881

PARK 1'OTE. el Txu oldest osage orange hedge ' b- i ably in the West, is on Walnut , b Cininnat. It was planted over forty i years ago. 1I Lazo amounts of borley are annually o0 raised in California, and transported p 8,000 miles to be malted in Chicago. p Barley is commonly considered a native oj of the North, but such are the capacities fr of soil and climate in the Golden State ti that the cereal flourishes well in a semi- t( tropic latitude. Barley is one of the h most remunerative crops that can be d raised on good land, if well attended to. o To oEr the moss off young trees, if R the moss has come from dampness and fl feeble growth, the best way to keep it ' off is to crain the land and enrich or cul-- e tivate it. Scraping and washing with I suds is a good temporary cure, but the 2 best remedy is to be applied through the I roots. Moss sometimes comes from to6 -v much shade, in which case the dense I growth should be cautiously thinned by pruning. IT Is stated that the propri...

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. — 18 August 1881

DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY. By D. F. BRADLEY & 00. ..PICKENS, S. C. THURSD y AUGUST 18 1881- VOL. X. NO. 49. NEWS GLEANINGS. A Mormon has: mnarried a Methodis lady in Falkville, Ala. Sackson, Tennessee, is to have a cotton factory. The total income tax assessed in Vir ginia for 1880, was $3,322,460. Over 80,001 pouids of tomatoes have heei sliipped from Chattanooga during the sea'son. Montgomery, Alabama, has an arte sian well that discharges 25,000 gallons of pure drinking' water .every (lay. An oak tree on the Vevser farm, Page county, Va., is twenty:two feet in eir cumference. The deati rai.e in July in Chat tanooga, from a basis of 17,000 popula tion, was only a little over I8 per cent. per thousand. 'Robert Thomas, a colored man of Cocke county, Teinsswe, has boglit the Car son farm of 205 acres, near Dandridge, for $8,525. Jefferson's old clock at Monticello is being repaired. It is a remarkable time piece on a granl...

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. — 18 August 1881

THE SENTINEL. D. F. BRADLEY, Editor. PICKENS C. II., S. C.: Tft71SDAY, AUGUST 181 1881. TERZIMS: Por subscription, $1.50 per annum, for six months, 75 cents; strictly in advance. Advertisements inserted at one dollar per square of one inch or los for the first inser, tion and fifty cents for each subsequent In sertion. Liberal discount made to merehants and others advertising for six months or by he year. Obitnary Notices and Tributes of Respect barged for as advertisements. Announcing Candidates five dollars, in advance. tlurrali for Anderson. The municipal election in Anderson C. H., on the 8th inst , resulted in a victory for the prohibition or aui liceense ticket. N. 11. Nar din, the oahdidate on the dry i icket for In, C'1v Vrks 111u1 1 in e pendent wet ticket rutn in two of the wards agains9t the re~gularly lininiated Demnocratic ticket which succeeded, beating Col.loyt and Dr. Dorrohi, the "ldry" candidates on the reg ular ticket., This result was brought abot by the comnbina...

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. — 18 August 1881

LOCA.L ITEMSB. Churoh Direotory. Methodlist.-Rev. 8. P. H. Elwell. second Sabbath In each tnonth at 10j Q'clook A. U. Rev. Olin L. Durant, 8d Sabbath SIal A. M. Rev. J. 0. Graham, 4th Sabbath at 8 P. x. Presbyterlan--ev. Hugh McLees, at the Mdethodist Church, on 4th Sabbath at 11 o'oloek a. m - Baptist-Secona Church, Rev.W. B. Single ton Pastor. 1st, S.bhath and Saturday before In each month at 11 o'clook a. m. Week before last good rains fell in nearly overy portion of this county. Every farmer should .ow him a good patch of barley during this Month. A good rain fell at this place, and north and west of it for sovoral miles, 6n last Sunday. Rev. S. P. H. El well will preaoh at this place on Thurday the 25th inst. at 8 o'clock P. M. The True Southern and Watchman, of Sumpter, have consolidated. It is now it large Well odited and nicely printed paper and deserves success. If Wortn change the complexion they have a tendency to destroy the vital energies that sustain and pro note healt...

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. — 18 August 1881
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. — 25 August 1881
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. — 25 August 1881

THE SENTINEL. D. F. BRADLEY, Editor. PICKENS 0. H., S. 0.: THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1881. TElaMS. For subscription, $1.50 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... tion and fifty cents for each subsequent in sertion. Liberal discount made to merchants and others advertising for six months or by he year. Obitnary Notices and Tributes of Respect barged for as advertisements. Announcing Candidates yive dollars, in advance. The passenger engines on the Air Line Railroad have commenced using coal. The American Agriculturist for September is before us. It is one of the best Agricultu ral journal's pnbliebed in America, and its low price, $1.50 per anium, places it within the reach of nearly every farmer. Address, Orange Judd Company, 751 Broadway N. Y. According to the official roll of the Nor. mal Institute now in eession in Greenville, Pickens only has three teachers in attend ance. T...

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. — 25 August 1881

Churoh Direotary, Jethodist.-tev. S. P. it. B1well. second Sabbath In each month at 101 o'0lo0k A. V. 14v. Olin L. Durant, 8d Sabbath at 11 A. x. 1ev. J. 0. Graham, 4th Sabbath at 8 P. x. Presbyterlan-Rev. Hugh MoLees, at the Methodiat Church, on 4th Sabbath at 11 b'olook a. m Baptist--Secona Church, Rev. W. U. Single on Pastor, 1st Sabbath and Saturday before In each month at 11 o'clock a. M. The trial of Lewis . Redmond is to come off tbis week. The colored folks have had a f'traos ted" meeting in town. The work on the now Presbyterian bhurch is progressing finely. Those who have sowod plentifully bf barley and turnips will rejoice next spring, The old comet is still visible, though very dim, and appears to be about one hour high in the North West at dark. Peaches are becoming plentiful in bur market. They bring 80 cents per bushel. The comet it is stated, will be visi ble in the evening, this week, in the vicinity of the "Big Dipper." Look for it. There is some talk of a largo b ...

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. — 25 August 1881

FABN NOT. Tna students at the Iowa College Farm last year made al1 the sugak the; used, from orange cane. Iowa peopVe are going large!y into the making of sugar from sorghum. IT is found in my own experience that urine collected into tanks from fifty cows tied up during the winter months is sufficient to keep in a high condition seven or eight acres of meadow land. London Agricultural Gazette. INSETor as they relate to man are nox ious, beneflial or neutral. Those ranked as beneficial may be directly beneficial, like the siltworm or honey bee, or are indirectly beneficial as de stroyers of noxious msects. SPEAKING of the pioneers of oattle breeding, the Live Stock Record re marks: " The obstructions now in the way of breeders are by no means those which met Bakewell, Collings, Bates, and Booth. They had to lay the foun dation and build from the ground up, while at this time these are found ready to hand, and it only remair-s with the present breeder to keep them up to the standard o...

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. — 1 September 1881

r. f ByD . EDEY&. N... b ''I t'02 aWlf V.-. a 'i V EaOPLT.S MRLT9EUAIN N OTEGN -yDo PICKENS, S. C., THURDAY, SEPTEM R 1,4188j. v t x tW.n TOPICS OF TiIt AY. Thu murder record of the Apaches in still good.__ GurrEAU was never known to use a profane word. THE Illustrated London Newa is con. ducted by a widow. HARTXANN proposes to convert th American iea to his idea. BALTmoin girls are the belles at the watering places this year. Tini grape yield in Ohio will be about one-third of a crop. A STRANGE cattle disease, resulting in blindness, has appeared in Illinois. YELLOW fever has created t vacancy in the American Consulship at Vera Cruz. Ex-UNITED STATz~5 TREASURER SPIN NER is living quietly at his home in Florida. FRANCE, Spain, Germany, Ifaly, Den mark, Hungary and Bulgaria all hokl general elections this year. A CONVENTION of the short-hand writers of the United States and Canada is to be held at Chicago during September. ., PEOPLE who talk a good deal occasion ally get misrepre...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 September 1881

E BENTINEL. D I. BRADLEY. Editor. PICKENS Q. 11., 8. C.: TmgA m Sy.aEmKs 1, iss1. iosAubscription, $1.50 per annum, for six inon(ho, 75 cents; strictly in advance. Adertisements inserted atone dollar per squa'e of one inch or.less for the first. inser, tion and fifty cents for each subsequent in sertion. Liberal discount made to inerchants and others advertising for six months or by ho year. Obitnary Notices and Tributes of Respect harged for as advertisements. Announcing Candidates five dollars, in advance. The Crops. The cry of short crops comes from almost every section of the corunty, warning every one to practice less<>ns of economy and thrift. If there are brought full) into play there is no cause for despotioency. All who remember the drought of 18.->i know what abundance followed. Only poe- ml nN in patience. Our Presi(dent. As we go to press a ray of hope strikes through the cloud of gloom which for several days paased, has overshadowed the White House. The severe ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 September 1881

Methodist..4..,v. B. P. IL. Elwl, seond3 Babbatitl ieh 4tonth at 101 o'jook A. x. Rev. OlAn L. Duuait, 8d abbath S11 A. k. Rev. 1.0. Grabamn, 4th Sat*st* at 8 P. K. rebteran-Rew 49agh VeLee. at. the Netbo4Iit church, s 4th Sabbath at 11 6'elook a. m Baptist--eedohwChurob. Rev. W. B. Single ton Pastor. let 8qbbath and Saturday beftore in each nonitht 11 oeclock a. m. Col. O. P.' Field has our thanks for a delloibus water-melon. The work on the stroots has not been completed yet. Sap-,suckors at this season are corn shuckers. Ono *111 do more mischiot In a corn field than a pig. Miss Minnio Righter of Charloston Is spending the summor with Miss Lu. cio Hiagood. Go it! old baoholors, the summor is past, the harvest is nearly ended and you have not tied a bundle. Attention is called to the notico of the Connty Treasurer which ap poars in this issue. If eombody don't got married, tho livory stablo men will havo to bring in another horse. A heavy gale blo'v all last Satir day, attended wi...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 September 1881

o,'was two ieAp land theo"Mills of Arka fy miles away. Tlh muls d on the upe foor of the hous the Cattle all been ago; planter, negroeq and overseer were confned in their re spetive domilciles; the grist-mill Was under water, and there was no meamis of Preparing corn for culinary purposes ex. ePt a wooden nominy-mortar. The hog-and-hominy diet (so highly extolled by some people who have never lived on it) was adopted of necessity, the former being represented by mess pork, salter than tongue can tell. There were no visitors, except now and then a so ciablo snake, which, no doubt bored by swimming around indefinitely in the overflow, and craving even human com panionship, would glide up on the gallery of some of the houas. There was no means of locomotion excep.6 the skiff and the humble but ever-se.viceabl dug-out--nowhere to go anF nobody within a day's journey otherwi or molp, comfortably situated. The onfy sense of sympathy from without was had from remote and intrequent glimpses...

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. — 8 September 1881

,4. * N NNW_ -, E* * D TO I itn tDoF.B RDLE 40.ick NkW$ glEANINGS. Seh1g has fifty fine artesian wellsa The tobacco crop of Virginia wil be short this year. Vq&tqtion is frightfully parched in Middle' Tennessee. Real estate to on the up grade in B on Rouge, La. The blaakberry crop of Pulaski e m ty this yedr,*as worth $8,500. Arkansas has 2,000 milei of navigfble rIvers. 'Whisnington, North arolina, is 8 p ping a large amount of lumbert Hayti. Selma, Alabama, has fifty-tve o r flowing bored wells affording a ple ty of good water. Mississip~pi prooced the lar t amount of cotton' in 1880, the num i of bales being 955,808. The Mississippi river 6ommission 1] build ninety barges, and will have f c steam tugs. A live oak tree in Miconopy coun Florida, measures twenty-two feet r circumference. A North Carolina colony is talkedI which shall be free from "beer saloo s churches, ministers and lawy'ers. g Nashville w uts to be the iron ce of the South. Wt is now the next thI to it-the roc...

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. — 8 September 1881

? Pagsr 561 anum' for la1M 4.W. months, 75 eats satl4jance. AdverU4imente hiserted at oits dollar pe s1are 0n946 aoh or oess for Aon and"ty IBfMiq slept. U4discount made tp roighw Others advertisinfor sii iorths 6r -b he year. 4bituary Notices and Tributes of ool e arged for as advertisements. innounolug Candidates five dollars it advasee. The Ptorm. Tho storm which passed along oui &sea coast last wook dio great damage in Savannah;*tlho damage to property is EAimatenut one and a hlifaillior doliars. Thto rice crop iii this Statt( and Georgia is nearly a total loss, and the'otton, where the storm paB's ed, tvas very much damtaiged, Many liVos were lopt, principailly colorec people who lived in lhe rico fielids and whoso cabins wcro wnshed away by the. overflow of' water, in many cases entire families being lost. It it estimated that over 300 thus porished It will be some time before a clos( approximation of the loss of proeryL can be made orthe number of livet lost ascertained. ...

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. — 15 September 1881

w~ A VMMMMM A *,.r* , 4 & & ' j* ~ pheqythed~~A IW4. r0 are, shms won at Ya ktonia '8eto eztposure i the TAfiua is repdted to have fallen Atiirs, at Amsterdatn, akilled but :as fa as 9 eo. eyes it. Paverq routh has ed p kas shown by the premature decay of'the leaves. 'Roots near Iurace havv been literally parohed. m."~ie UNB says sorrowfully thgt the 6 tisft abroad beem" tbhhave A their natures and to have lost *A of their finest elements. ie e a Mms call Whitelaw Fetd, eitortof the ow York TribunA, who in sooning th with his bride, "the ipng, ladk,J isiom 1oyhock." That's right give it 46 him. empessre at 100 -degrees he~ ~ ocal advapped foqr cents a tikh anati, .agd is now qtotsd 4entee: .its This is owing to '0 lo the river. Tan 4 newspa4er, recently de. Vunot, although'it cost a mint of money tc undhot i, 'never attained a circula W hofo 1,000 copies, and Ronie isi pretty tu now tha pal organs won't pay. AG oth effects of Ithe drouth, ;4VAk, b e I*ie rapiUy increge .' If...

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. — 15 September 1881

Wb LR- , ditor - - PICKENS 0. H., B. 0.: TEURSDAT, BIPTEBRl 15 1181 For subscription, $1.50 per annum, for six e Months, 75 cents; strictly in advance. I Advertisements inserted at one dollar per \Wquare of one inch or less for the first inser- a tion and fifty cents for each subsequent in- c sertion. Liberal discount made to merdhants I and others advertising for six mouths or by he year. f Obituary Notices and Tributes of~ Respect harged for as advertisements. Announcing Candidates five dollars, in advance. The President was successfully removed from the White House to Long Branch, where .his surgeons report continued improvement under the change of atroosphere and bracing sea breezes of tht plaoo. They now think he will recover. God grant it. Suicide. James P. loore, a prominent lawyer and -oltisen of Greenville, ex-Mayor of the city, ex-Representative in the Legislature, Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners, &c., ,committed suicide Ly taking atiodynes, last 'week. The ...

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. — 15 September 1881

71 ff. 21e. $a Methodist.-Re~ . S. P. H. :lweH. second abbah i01ech m1onuth at 10 o'clock A. M. ReVB . Olift L. Dirant, S1 Sabba b aC I Ar, . ilZe 3 . (iranm, 4fh 'abbath at 3 v. X. Pre1% n-Rev. INth McLees, at th1P -'eLhod i'a , rch, on 4th Sabbath at 1t elock rt. m BeASit-AccoriA Cmrch, 1ov W. B. Sin" Iut P4movr; Ist SqhbAth aud Satursday bezb I etach i oloth at 11 o'Ilook i. m1. 10 ay low 0oun 1 try peoplo lill linger te m;C rointains. In ou Ioon, n(xt ycar will be theoarce and bi d est t( got throu% gh 'ver experienced In chie country. nnie says that he waR very much pioatd with .Brevard. le is rather t" on the question. . Mr Ewell will reach at this jsee on next Sunday evening at .I t*ndlo light. V r. Barrett and .Belton Ambler t out 'posum hunting a few nights M.6e Uind succeeded in capturing one o 4he nocturnal animals. Tho Y. M. C. A. of this place have called a meeting, this Thursday night, ior the purpose of electing officors for the next year. Mr. John F. Stewart will acc...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 September 1881

SBmuP IN LAMM KS.-The agri. t cultural editor of 2Farmners Union and Vekliy 2Wbne learned' by ex ri enOe a few years since, that it would not1 answer -to keep sheep in lar ocks. Out of a flook of a little less an 1,100 head, that he was interested in he lost in one winter 548 head, while his loss when his flock was from 800 to 500 head did not average 2 per cent. per year. When sheep run in large flocks, every sheep must travel over more ground to obtain his food, than where small flocks are kept in pastures, and as that ground is usually traveled over daily, the less the numbers are the better it will be for the sheep, even if the pastures are ever so good. Were we to embark again in wool-growing, we would not, from our previous experi once, keep over two hundred head in a flock. That is to say, if we had a thousand head. we should keep them in five separate flocks. rIrS ON MILKING Cows.-A man who had done his own milking employed a boy to do it; he shrunk the milk one third in two...

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. — 22 September 1881

.. ........ ..... .. ................ P, 0 9 & c K s - Ly t ('. * &. SET ..R 2. . XI NO % NEWS SPEANINOS. Birming4u ts .alo to be lighted with 9-gsu. The bottom corn in the South is not so bad. The old city debt of Memphis is $2, 17279275. - Cotton-seed oil is now used in the Soush extensively ;n jlce of lard for co:king purposes. * They gamble wildly and desperately at Hot Springs. Twelve faro tables in one house allow* 200 sinners to fight the tiger nightly. At last the capitalists of the North are turning their attention to the South. It is the best place to invest money. Augusta, Georgia, is no slow place by considerable She has 175,000 spindles in active operation, representing $5, 000,000 capital. The White Sulphur Springs property in Virginia has been sold to satisfy liens for $19,000. The original cost was $160, 000. The property contains 1,439 acres. Good judges estimate that the de ficiency in the cotton crop this year will be 500,000 bales--that ii to say, the to ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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