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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 October 1881

THE SENTINEL. D. F. BRADL EY. Editor. PICK ENS U. II., S. 0.: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1881 Por zubscript ion, $1.50 per'annum, for six thontis, 75 cents; strictly in advance. Advertisements inserted at one dollar per rgnarc of one inch or less for the first inser, tion and fifty cens for each subsequent. in sertion. Li beral discount imde to merchants and other-s advertising for -ix months or by the year. Obitnary Noticesand Tributes of Respect U;atrgedI for n advert isement s. Annoincing Candidates five (ollars, in aillvan ce. It is lnnoiced that, J. I. Rainey, colored, ex-Congressmn from this State, will L c el. eted Clerk of the nex I u. 11se of Representa, tives by the lIeplblienn Congressmen. There have boeei, icavy tiol ini tle North west. and lie streim4 nre oveiflowing their blinks, doin n1h <hunnI a ge to" proprerty ard tho crops. What the extent of the damages will 1.e cnniiiot at hi.; time, he evIini:ucl. TPhet' lex poit'ion a( Aint a, we 1oii: I ith gl Col. 1h1.ler, our...

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. — 27 October 1881

LOCAL ITE~MS. Prof. Cary has awarded the folkdwing prizes in his school: Prizo in arithmo tic, Craig Bakor; prize for best bohav lor, Master Claude Alexander; prize in English grammar, a tio botwoon Corrio Bruce and Aurie Hollingsworth kwarded one each. DATI.-rfs. Sallie Ferguson, wife 'a J. Riley Ferguson, died 'at her ro hidence in Greenville on the 22d Inst. She had boon a sufforor for several years and her death wais not unox pooo 1. Slo rosidod with hor husband lt this placo for sovoral years, and was much ostoomod by hr friends and ncquaintancos for hor amiable disposition and christain charator. M. J. SmIT & Co.-A now firm with now goods at Easloy Statiou pr. 'Osits thito claim to the public through our columns this woek. They havo a full lino of goods and announce their determination to sell as cap as any body. Givo .hom a call when you go to Etasloy. Order the MASON & HAMLIN BABY _RGAN from McMltrkl Music 1IousE, GRu4vilrz, A. C., and save freight. Price, 622. "I ta...

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. — 27 October 1881

The lHammocL There is something about a hamnook that is indescribable, and there is no rule that can be made that will insure safety while sitting in one of the queer things. There are people who believe that a hammock understands what is go ing on, and occasionally indulges in a joke. It is certain that an old per son with a lame back can swing in a hammock half the dayand *it will. never kick up. Servant girls and children can get into a haminook an tick as three in a bed, and there Is no danger, but let a spoony young couple sit dow4 in a ham mock ever so carefully and it seems as though the confounded thing was alive, and had taken a oontract to spill them out on the ground in all sorts of embar rassing shapes. What it is that causes the commotion will perhaps never be known, without an investigation by some middle-aged person, and, if the season was not so near over, we would investigate the blasted thing ourself, in the interest of our young readers who are in the full flush 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. — 3 November 1881

tIV. -__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _DEVOTED POLITI OS, M OR AL T , EDUCATION AND TO TH U GENERAL INTER UNT OF THE COUNTRY. B3 Fe BRADLEY & 00- PICKENS, . C., THURSDAY. NOVEMrRR ' 1n TOPICS OF '*RE DAY. OMIOINNATI has an Itgersoll Literary Dramatio Club. AWNIN LOUzsu OARY will sing only in concerts this winter. INDU'NAPOLnS is just sixty years old, and 'rot overgrown for its age. Two hundred and nine patents have beeb Issued to Edison up to date. QuEENzt VICTonrA has been in Ireland twelve days, the first time she has been there Atnoe 1861. rinqm his visit to Stratford-on-Avon Tennyson is more determined than ever to write for the stage. NEw You)c is threatened with a water famine--a case of water everywhere and not a drop to drink. PaznsMxT AnTWUn knows how to keep a secret. He has entrusted no one with the key to his new Cabinet. DAVID DAVIs, President pro tem. of the Senate, weigh4 nearly 400 pounds. He is a big mau, indeed. WxsqNSIN farmer robbed the grave of his Vwn son ...

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. — 3 November 1881

THE SENT!N EL. D. F. BRADLEY. Editor. PICKENS 0. 11., S. 0.: THURSDAY, NOVIM=2 3, 1881 TERIEMS: For subscription, $1.50 per annum, for six months, 75 eents; srny h 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 sortion. Liberal discount made to merchants and others advertising for six months or by the year. Obitnary Notices and Tributes of Respect charged for as advertisements. Announcing Candidates five dollars, in dvance. The Legislature meets on'the 29th instant. There will be a good deal of work before it. The code, as prepared by the commission ap., pointed for that purpose, will be presentod for consideration 'and adopltion. The consti. tutional amendments as proposed by the com mission, and the lien law will also come up for consideration. Besides these mensures such legislation as ordinarially come before the body, will be presented, and if a i these menurtes ire properly consider...

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. — 3 November 1881

Sd4 ns demanding 75 oents r, buphol in this market. The farnibra'ocro holding their coL :ton bettor than usual. A 4airy rain fell at this placo on astBSunday night. We return thanks to Secrotary olloiy.Ior a complimentary ticket to~)ho grounds of the State 1air. We have haid our corn "crap" gath oetd and that littlo black calf is dii iofbbin-ato.. Wo diroct nttonion to tho advor isomont of tho old and roliablo house of William BonCtio, Greenvillo S. C., - ivhiel '.ppoir in out' colun ns t h is Iwook Give hii a call when you V18 )t th0 city. For the convenienco of otir'sibsdijib ors at Easley who are in ari'roare, we hhvo ;loft their accouhi vith Mr. Alonzo M[. Folger, who ,is uthorized jo recoive the amounts duo ts ti'ndro. coipt for the same. Col. W. E. Welborn has sol'd his plantation in this County, and,, pur chased another on the wators of Tuga 00o river in Oconoo County, to which place ho will shortly move. Mr. L M. Berry and Mr. .U'alton, have sold thoir plantations ticar Eas ...

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. — 3 November 1881

The Man with the Umbrella. Why it is that the public do not look kindly upon a man carrying an umbrella in ia hot dany is a mystery to be solved, but the fact is they do not, and that not Ou man in a hundred has the moral courage to carry one. Yesterday, when an eminient and dignified citizen, coming back from his dinner, turned into Gris wold street with an umbrella over his head lie was accosted with "Been raining down your way ?" No, sir I " "Going to ?" "No, sir I " "Then you carry the umbrella to keep the flies of'?" " Yes, sir." " Well, that's a good plan, and all soft men ought to practice it." The next man had a grin on his face as he called out : " What's that for?" " To keep the sun off." " What do you want to keep the sun oil, for ? " " Mlight got sunstruck." " Suppose you did ? " " Suppose you mind your own busi 110, sir." Thle next one presumed upon his long friendshi) to halt the man with the um brella and whisper : "Pretty sliarp) in you, old fellow kop the edges towa...

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. — 10 November 1881

DEVOTED TO POL[IIC, MORALITY, DUCATION AND TO H NERAL INTERE OF T BRADLEY & 00. PICRENS S. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1881. vm y1 w P4o NEWS GLEANING8. Louisiana ~ba good rice crops. Large CISati4't crop in reinessee. Romle, Ga., will have street cars in a short ti*'ne. The Texas Pacific railroad is within 150 miles of El Paso. Albany Georgia hasa neOw six-hundred dollar sire alarm bell. The corn crop in Georgia will be tin average one. An Altant hotel includes ten elec tric lights nmong it's attractions. Gen. Gordon will soon start a cotton facto-ry at Carrollton, Miss. In Florida $1,000 worth of arrowroot is ral'Fed on an acre of land. New Orleans has a butterine facto ry that tirns out 12,000 pounds per day. The colored baptist * of Lynch burg have' completcd a $22,000 cli-urch. I. I ' Holt, of Mt. Sterlinr, has ar -rived, and is dniciled at the Louisville. Dr. John Phister, Grand Master, is at tne Galt house. 'The A ppeal says the grand jury will indict the ''Bucket Shop." The N...

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. — 10 November 1881

THE SENTIXEL, D. F. BRADLEY. Editor. PICKENS 0. H., S. 0.: 'THUSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1881 For subscription, $1.50 per annum, for six 'months, 75 cents; strictly in advance. Advertisements inserted ot one dollar per square of one inch or loss 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 the year. Obituiary Notices and Tribut es of Respect ,oharged for as advert isenients. Announoing Candidates five dollars, in dvance. Edgefield Village in A3hes. The busi'ness part of Edgefield Court Ilouse was destroyed by "Lire on Sunday mornitig the 80th uit. There were only Itbree imnll -1tores eft. The office of the Edgefield Chronic!< 'was burned, and all the rimterial dcst royed. The Advertiser building and proper y v:ert saved. The fire originated in Yw .iwy Cta ble in the rear of the Tillman Ilot eln, i It her being a heavy wind blowing, if 1e:l rapidly and soon envelopel tivo thirds of...

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. — 10 November 1881

LOCJAL ITEM~S. Snow fell in London and other parts of.En gland on the first instant. Mrs. Susannh Anderson, of this County, died 81st October, 1881, aged 9.8 years, biX months and 8 days. The;Fourth Qutirterly Conference of thc M. E. Church South,;forith is;*Circuit, *filb bold at the Methodist.Church in this place, beginning onj Saturday before the 8d Sunday In thismonth. Presiding Elder Jones is ex. elted to beg present. R. H, Axomasox & Co.--We direct atten tion to the advertisement of R. I. Anderson & Co., of Liberty Station, which appears in another column in this is8u. These gen tie 6nen give their figures on some of their lead ing artioles and guarantee satisfactory prices to 1il who patronizo them. Give thei a call when you go to Liberty There will be a celebration on Saturday, the 12th instant, at Liberty Station; both white and colored are invited. No charges 'are to be made for dinner. Separate table for whites. At night there kill be an exhibition of charades 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. — 10 November 1881

How a Quaker Punished a Thief. A Quaker, having been disturbed by footstep3 around his dwelliiig one night, arose from his bed and cautiously opened the back door to reconuoitor. Close by was an out-house, and under it a cellar, near a window of which was a man busily engagedin receiving the con tents of his pork barrel from another iii the cellar. The Quaker approached, and the man on the outsido fled. He stepped up to the cellar witidow and received the pork from the thief within, who, after a little time, asked his supposed accoilplice inl a whisper : "Shall we take it all?" The owner of the pork said softly, "Yes, take it all;" i)p the thief handed up the balance through the window and then came up himself. Imagine his ollsternation whei, inl stead of greeting his companion in crime, he confronted the Quaker. Both were aistovnished, for tie thief proved to be a near neighior, of wloi none would have suspected such con duct. He pleaded for mercy, begged 111111 not to expose himl,...

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. — 17 November 1881

001 DRVOTED TO POLITIM, _ _ _ e f l rnP ; e 1~ A , , ITRADY, &DUCATION AN) .TO THE GNERAL INTE T OF THE COUNTRy. Bv D. F. BRADLEY & 00- PICRENSS.CTU DA.{OEffl1 ii TX NEWS GLEANINGS. The re isn't a public clock in Memphis. Texas shipAi $2,000,000 worth of pecans annually. North Carolina ranks tbird in the lhst of cotton-producing States. Eight liundred Russian emigrants are think.ing of settling in Georgia. Lawrence county, Georgia, doubled its population in the last. ten years. The total acreage of cotton last year in Teunessee was 722,502, yielding 330, 62f bales. Charleston, S. C., has decidcd on a paid fire company, which will cost $35) 000 a year. Macon, Georgia, will have a tomato canning factory, owned and conducted by Northern men. Tennek(!e will realize as much from her fru:L crop this year as she usually does rrom her wheat crop. Four thousand men are at work on the East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia railroad from Atlanta to Roie. YaZC(0o county, M ississippi, pro...

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. — 17 November 1881

THE SENTINEL. D. F. BRADLEY, Editor. Il PICKENS C. II., S. C.: 01 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1881 " rr110 la t ti d For subscription, $1.50 per ainnuml, for six t months, 75 cents; strictly in advance. d Advertisements inserted nt one dollar per 1 square of one inch or less for the first inser ^ tion and fifty cents for each subsequent in- I sertion. Liberal discount made to merchants I and others advertising for six months or by 1 the year. Obitnary Notices and Tributes of Respect 1 charged for as advertisements. Announcing Candidates five dollars, in dvance. Our friend Williams of the Greenville News, who is a Virginian by birth, put his journa I in mourning for the'losi of his native State 'to the Democracy In the last election. The humiliation Is very great, but had all the Virginians been as trtue to Democracy and 'honest government as Williams, there would 'be no occasion for any of them to feel asham -ed of their mother. The unholy mongrol at Uance can't last long-the trnue men o...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 November 1881

LOA2CAL IT.Fi[.W. Plenty of rain list week. Virginia was too near the 0010141 kitchen. The wells have nearly all dried up irl Pick bus. Quito a number of our citisetid Will visit Atlanta this week. The Editor of the S.NTINRLt and his wife and niece are in Atlanta, taking in the great Ex osition. The Atlantto and French Broad Valley Rail road Is booming. We hear aca-cely anything else talked of now. Let her roll. The time for collecting taxes closed on the 10th instant. The Treasuker issued 2,846 receipts, and there are 240 delinquents mostly email taxpayers. A majority of ther will be nulla bona or non est. - The funeral of George Iendrix will be preached at Glassy Mountain Church on the 4th Sabbath instant., by Revs. W. B. Single ton and Olin L. Durant. Dr. F. K. Brenzeal, of Boltori. S. C., died at lde Oak, Florida, on the 11th instant. The Legislature meets on Tuesday, the 22d 5 instant, and not tesay I lie 29th, as stated in the SUNTISar, some time ago. Gray hair mny be made to ...

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. — 17 November 1881

BITS OF INFORMATION. IT was Dean Swift who said "Bread Is the staff of life." THE entire loss of the German armies in 1870-'71 was 53,000 men. GUNPOwDER is cOmpOsed of potassio nitrate, charcoal and sulphur. EDWARD YOUNG is the author of the line, " Death loves a shining mark." Tim game of polo was introduced into the United States in 1876. The game originated among the British officers in THE salary of the President is $50,000 a year; Vice President, $8,000; Cabinet officers, $8,000; members of Congress, $5,000; Speaker of the House, $8,000. THE custom of appointing men for pall-boarers comes from the Romans. Julius COesar had magistrates for his pall-bearers. Augustus Cosar had Sen ators. Viicnow, an eminent German anato mist, has written a treatise on the well authenticated cases of human beings with tails. He says an infant, born at Aldenburg, had a tail whose movoments were under its control, though it -was usually doubled up like a pig's tail. THE word " thoroughbred " does no...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 November 1881

-ImVTM ocLrx A TO TU ENERAL INTIERET OF THE COUNR Y BD. P. BRADLEY & 00- PICKENS. -"C 0, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1881 NEWS GLEANINGS, A Hancock county, Ga., farmer has a pair of oxen which weigh 3,900 pounds. Athens, Ga., has prohibited the riding of velocipedes on her streets. Eighty bushols of rough rice to the acre is thAe average yield in Florida. Ark-ansas produc.d 705,000 bales of cottcn during the season of 1880-81. 'he German carp planted in Tennos'. M-e ponds do not propogate well, Farm lands in the neighborhood of Athens, Ga., bring from $100 to $400 jper acre. It takes $30,000,000 for freight and insurance to place a year's cotton crop in the New England cotton market. Over fifty thousand bales of cotton were exported from the port of Savan nah last week, There are fifty females in the North Caroli-a penitentiary, two white and fort3 eight colored. 'Wild turkeys are plentiful in the <country adjacent to New Orleans on -account of the protection accorded them by the ...

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. — 24 November 1881

THE SENTINEL. D. F. BRADLEY. Editor. PICKENS C. II., S. C.: TEURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1881 TERMp: For subscript ion, $1.50 per annum, for six months, 76 cents; strictly in advance. Advertisements inserted at one dollar per equare 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 nionlihs or by the year. Obitnary Notices and Tributes of Respect charged for as advertisements. Announcing Candidates five dollars, in dvance. Congress will meet in sixtein dnys. Then things will be warm enough. Guiteau acts ike a na'inc; but. he writes as if he were sane enough to hang. President Ariiluir devotes Iis spare me Ments to the writinig of his first. :fnual mrcs, sage. In the Court of 0Oiseral Sessions, in Char leston, last Friday, three persons were con vioted of carrying concenhvi v': pns. Democratic Senitors at Washington say that they would not vote to confiirm Malhone as a Calbilnet. ...

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. — 24 November 1881

LOCGAL I'TEM[S. The temperature in becoming winter-like. The legislature convened in eguilar session last Tuesday. Senator Bradley will keep the readers of Tun SIETINEL posted at o impor tant legislative matters. We regret to learn that Mr. James Bowen was pal nfully hurt by the kick of a horse last week. The side of his face, we are informed, wyas terribly bruised and one of his teeth knocktd out. Mr. J W. Yonng presented us with a tur nip last week which weighed 6j pounds. It was a little ahead of anything we have seen this season except some that are on exhibition in Atlanta, and it Is not much behind any of them. A young man from Greenville was in town Inst Sunday visiting relatives. fie had on a new suit. of clothe', looked well, but was very mUck wearried over his mustache-it is hard lo tell whether the crop is going to be a Puc, boss or not, though he is cultivating them with great care. . . -'Anmin.-We di-ect attention to the hdvalitiMent of P. F. Farmer, of Greenville Whidl...

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. — 24 November 1881

"Prussian Lddr." [Now Orleans Ttmcs,] If there is a merchant in New Orleans who can sell goods at any price ho chooses to fix on theim, Rube Hoffenstein who keeps a clothing and shoe store on Poydras street, is tho man. One day a customer entered his estab lishnient and inqtiired: "Have you any low quarter gaiters?" "Certainly, my frent. I haf any adyle you wish, und someding dot vas neat. I Now here vas a pair uf gaiters vat is made uf Prussian ledder, do pest kind I vat is known, und I dinks dey vill suit you. Suppose you dry dem on." "All right," replied the customer. "Vait, my frent, and I'll put a leedle bowder in. Now dry dem. Ah, vat petter shoe you vant dan dat? It vita shust as if somebody takes your meas ure." "It's too tight across the instep," said the customer, rubbing the spot with his fingers. "It vill edretch, my dear sir," replied Hoffenstein persuasively, "dot ledder vaa made expressly for sdretching." "But the shoe pinches my toes, also." "Dot is noding; it vill g...

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 December 1881

DRoTRD To PLtIri7 mQBALITY, RDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTURlUT OF TRE COUTY. Bv Do F, BRADLEY & 00. PICKENS._S. C.9 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1,1881. VOL. XI. NO. 12. X WIEW' OLEANINGS. Mississippi's population has increased i :200,000 in ten yeare. South Carolina's cotton crop will be '606,209 bales of 400 pounds each. There are 3,019 prisoners in the Texa penitentiary. 4 The public debt of Tennessee is 083, 000,V00. There are 70,000 head of cattle and :35,0(0 head of sheep in Mitchell county Texas. Georgia has forty cotton mills, and they pay from eight to twenty-five per cent. net on the money invested. . An eighteen pound sweet potato is among the Georgia exhibits at thd At- r ainta iExnosition. A fig bush in Mobile, Ala., is credited 'with producing annually 300 budhels of wheat. Birmingham, Ala., expects two rail roads to center there within the next three or four years. 0 The city council of Knoxville, Tenn., has passed an ordinance preventing the sale of parlor or other expl...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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