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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 March 1882

. 6 W9 ? - ' DEVOTED To POLITICS, MORALIT Y, EDUCATION AND TO THE GESNERALI INTEREST OF THECUTR. ]vD. F. BRADLEY & c0. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY. MAROH 9v 1882, .JVOL. X.. NO. 2 * fti Orpo t1580. adi n lorida Orage this eoaed 7ay preVious year. ?. iron frnaeo aIrming. IcAlr $1A0Cim na inJauay. % w regia pays $1 26 a pound for "ertal broad lof Massachusetts butter. Th -value of railroad property in Georgii increased during 1881, $2,250, LArge numbers nf deer ond other ru fmtaant wild animals have been drowned In the overflow of streams in Mississippi V county, Ark. A Green county (Ga.) farmer put a .4ok of nineteen geese in his nine acre cotton Held, and they kept it clean of worms withput injuring the cotton. After three attempta Mechanicsville hasb voted to be annexed to Knoxville, Which will swell that city's population 3,000 ad give it 12,940 inhabitants. SZmetime since the Chattanooga City VOuncil passed an ordinance appointing two men in each ward to kill out the English spa...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 March 1882

* te~nen,forsix * 1n adoduce. &tnei al one dollar per tesferthe feet insertion aeA eubsequient insertion. sq merchomat und othme "(As or by the year. dj Ytbutes of Respect X-V dollars, in ad ory. gapltst E. " W. M. Mackey, oof f hich there con be es follows: That he wilfully, ilyp fraudiaguty, and corruptly Ververted the testimony of wit *ere examlaed in the contested of Maokey against O'Connor; ony Bled with the Clerk of If Rtepresentat~ives is not the Oftheo witnfesses, as given upon ?2iefre Ni~tiouiat the testimony was 9it fatiWrend by the offibcr who took it: thatsottchbof the testimony Is not attested hub.twienesses as rcquired by law. It Is ce1atW Mr. Mackey has violated the '**i6 thie United States. The testimony *tS not reported as it was given and Mr. was undoubtedly the cause of the i-itation. He has endeavored to take his tb$ ftaud and forgery. The House of Representatives cannot do otherwiso than di-az 34izekey's contest. The result of the contest will no doubt be th...

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. — 9 March 1882

I A lodthe look up Ot.,k S.oW In seWoh. ~te are getting their blar" ea)w.iness. Stl at this place on the night ho Pickens High Scbool is stilt 0o.n.g Eighty-dio pupils. inos have come and the 001 scholars arejubilant. Vollege at Pickens C. H. is the .4s great inprovetient for our ( untAY We are listening to hear the wcdk MIhg balls jingle In our little town . tooore long. Cupids are floating all around. Vatididutes are popping out in " bEh bf thew counties. Who will be the first in Piickens? We regret to learn that Dr. T. V. Folger, of Central Station is quite sick of typhoid fever. Rev. W B. Singleton, preache quito an interesting sermon at Seco, ia church last Sunday, from tL.e parable of the ten virgins. A co tain bachelor of Pickens says ie has the finest horse in this "whole land and eduntry." Miss Addie Amber has just re turned from eve:- so pleasant a visit to Greenvillo. The Editor of the SENTINEL and family are chanted to sleep every night by the music of a neighboring hnel...

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. — 9 March 1882

ermanenta a nthat the *~an e~o o bsistding, and the neoessary to enable to reoeive and trans had never been au of these tyrannies is, an injustice. The theegraph clerk alike to do what they find ex can throw up their en If they find it too exhaust.. an the same principle you justify keeping your doctor or narse standng during theirs at on you. . ,The onl result would be that you ,Voula gel worse doctors and worse and have to pay more for them. so it iS with the shopwomen and etelegaph clerks. If you keep them 1ta g ,hile all their work is done - take a grept deal of energy out of t"a for no useful purpose--since the zecogmijon of superiority of caste is no eful purpose-and only get the re mainder for your use. You necessarily limit the class at your disposal to people with strong legs and strong backs, and exclude those who, with nmble minds and sufficiently-strong bodies, have yet no great power of endurance in relation to physical fatigue. And you spoil the relation between employ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 16 March 1882

14 M - D..OTED TO POLJTICS, EORAITY, DUCATION. AND TO THE GkNERAL INTEEST OF THE COUNTR. MTU RSDAY. MARCH 16, 1882. VOL. XI. NO 26 lAaatil asylum. 0 amilltn, of Dalton, Ga., ha Atone for whioh he has re 4 albd in one day Ia Tusoalooo, Ala. f4-84 ioo faptory. - 4 trpentinefarm near Hawkinsville, '#,, .is eomposed of S00 acres, and wilj -be inereased to.1,600. 0on. John M. Bookwalter, late deme oratic candidate for Governor of Qhio, has purchangd the old Atlanta Scofield rolling mill. Ninety-one thousand eight hundred and eighty-six pounds of manufactured Btobaoco was shipped in bond from Pe tersburg, Va., last week to foreign porte, Since 'the sale of whisky has been stopped at A ugusta, Ark., the people find no use for a city marshal, and are contemplating the question of abolish, Ing the office. An East Tennessee lunatic named Walton imagined that he was directed byGod to offer up his wife as a sacrifice and made several attempts to murder her before he was confined. Judge Pierce o...

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. — 16 March 1882

Mae Q per -dwnum, for'th dtritly, Madt'anre. n1aeried at Aie dollar per er ieeefor the frA insertion mr eAh eubsequent insertion. Anade to merchants and otbers ox monthst or -by the year. wnd Wributes of - Respect I- aAetivennwt. 6WuWudTaee* dollars, in 'ad Lot _sREe-prgikie. s upreme ucessity of retaining the A Vbv U4it of the State in the hands of 4eemooracy Is recognized by all thinking. iad patriotic citizens, and when 0tits for action comes Ihey will be fou'd g their duty in the -c'i'As, at the polls e any other place ttlat it may becomne 0o""sary for them to work. But the dem 4? e is abroad-be is 'after office--and kemteot, what the consequences to the Stut may be so that. lie obtains what edesires. There is, it must be confessed, . ais o.our people who do not take M s~papets and read and *hink for them. V0" It is thi class that the Rndical enbaok-Aatd-Si ock- Law- Independent >leation-party expect :to eat~lh, and by - #IUig them with the negroes, turn the Ati4 over again i...

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. — 16 March 1882

4X' V -Ons 6eN rali'ed and on the Methodist church. il pox 'scare has about and .we hear no more about ist~Uon. 1 arner..are very much behind wIthtiieir wtlk in consequence of s@8*o rAiny weather. Our heiysen- are a tatInk the *'%uotlon'o building a flrdt Iasis ao ademy. It ought to be done. There are several tons of fertilizer running about over the County in the .hnpe ot worthless dogm. it 'ought to be utilized. Plkn old maid sitays that Y. M. C. means "young men's calls agroe The stoe law goes into effect in the whole ofr this County on the 1st of next jnonth. We believo our people are all about ready for it. A young lady silys: "I think it. would be himproper for a gittleman to support a lady who faints in his pA:4dA cc." When you feel a cough or bron obial affection ereeping on the lung , take Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, aid cure it, before it boomes incurable. Th.satsh abould be puo in tho win dows of the Presbyterian church, or the windowsshould be closed up with plank. The build...

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. — 16 March 1882

I -WRM tea aih~asand broken ON* se withered in sadnew, h to ung; ino ano sba)A sung, etuge, a house of protection, She storm-oloud, &u vivid its dart; dews the maid of afection bas bow alighted and broken bpr her relies the willow wee over; ue slumber are huahed deep *0~b u1Aof a recrsant lover, r41aIMe bigb disturb her repose. g ttl0oo pu refor the bonds that enchained It, "A wed In realms whence It n'er shall de reoWs =tly down on the wretoh who dlsdained 9a his who has rited and broken a heart. G088R FOR THE LADIES. *one OrsY SwlsSheIs on Women'. Drees Dressed as women usually are, the less.exercise they take the better fox *health. In fact, they are seldom il to stand erect or walk a block, but should be rolled around on a sofa or carried or a palanquin. Not one woman in 10,00( has room inside her clothes for the rigi and fall of the ribs in breathing; noi one in 10,000 whose vital organs are noi by internal pressure, and whill is so the less exercise the better. he Engageme...

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. — 23 March 1882

---- --ElI i .1 s .u;? s* - ~DEVOTED, To POLITI1CS, EO10ALITI[, IDUOATI0N AND TO THE GhNEJIAL INTEREST OF THE COUTY By Do. F. BRADLEY & 00.o PICKENS., SDi C., THURDYAC 3 S2. * VL I O 7 URnDA, AC 3 82 eierd Ga A'a~ iro the ev er ren 60*4$400,000 lying idle in the oical seminary for colored * t r Katehex, Miss., las-185 stu Scoont and itEirteen 'possums caught .n oie tree In Dyer county, t l10 W& week. n ensas and Madison parisles, La., kbuflo.gnata arc killing the horses and an*letq an alarming extent. T' diary 'of Sumter county, Ga., azneunces that he will Issue no more license to sell liquor in that county. Pensacola, Fla., has rejected the ap, plication of the Pensacola and Atlanta road to erect shops within the city lim. v A company has been formed in Griffin, Ga., for the manufacture of the Brooke automatic car coupler. The capita stock is placed at $50,000. A. firawberry raiser in Chattanooga says the prospects for tho coming crop are excellent. He expects to raise 80, ...

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. — 23 March 1882

S . an. fo r. ..x ~ 28j. 1882a te; strctl.y in advance. nwerted al one dollar per se iuch or less for the flrt insertion onto for each subsequent insertioR. oent made to merchants and other. -for -a* onths or&y the year. yotices and ?'iistae of- Rcspect r ~ ~ as alvert'isements. Candidate# five dollar,, in .ad )-rgatkie. In 0 st issue, in an editorial, we n' O'~ilportance of an early reorganiza WN~e mocrate olebs-'throughout the 4X!dWquested he Execu'tive Cow ILhe Coutly to take the miter un skleraton and advise such act ion us, udgemnt,,would promoi e ihee-St fithe party it is the priillege of thc ttee to ordg raeorganiation wheu i s eg 9 -opoer to Ao so, but. bO far no $oIo has bebh takcen. It has not, been uAO 1'eorganize the clubs in this Comuy j"fi, " moutlhs before the pri-miwy elec - sidiidecd there has not been mtiy Ielty for it heretofore, bml 4he inipor . X bICe of having a full aid comelete re.is tion of all the Democratic voters iii the M16ity, necessitates earlier a...

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. — 23 March 1882

d blongto the 'n. 'ba alI the qualities a abd has noL v -A~n! t 'egl tho arden. it is tn times gha t Gosts. ho #6 red' brOsat has made its eOiaiioqfin th% section. IThe Nah and 'b'fnds have been .t, in The IPresbyteriah %shuroh. out forty colored enfigranta 're. utlyeloft 'eteenVille for the West. Thecommunication of "Bones" is erpwded out of this issue, bofe country edfi-Ai are bedom. ng so-hollow 01ey think of selling thomselvei for Stove pipes'." Whe time for killing partridges iTad wild turkeys expired 'on the 5L Instant. 'Col. J. E. Negood, Clerk of the tnited States Circiit Court, is in town on a short visit. Under tle microscope a hair has rough edges like a rasp. -No won dor tn olbat young nienle mustache oftbn tickles a girl's nose. 'ie Methodist church bell has 'been purchased for the High School St thlis place and is now doing ser, Vice for'thatVinstitution. Read the knook-down argument "of Congresman Aiken against the protective policy of our Government. DIED.-Mrs. W. 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. — 23 March 1882

tv~his eorole of Ii4. edOf the fash bot oonstituteo r6 tyis quite a favorite one of individuals whom hsso igfcatly malld I - Empty pretense always makes baracteristics a stanlard by NA Nj4' trives to measure the respecto. of persons at large. In a com- 1 ut.g of merg money-getters wealth is the tt of respectability. Among the proud,.narrow. minded, effete nobility of the Faubourg St. Germain respect ability depends upon being descendants from ancestors who have married their cousms for e so many centuries jhat neither muscles nor brains are left any loiger to degenerate descendants. With the dandy officerp who constitute a considerable portion of the American, navy respectability consists in having sponged on "Uncle Sam," in wearing gilt buttons, and in jilting tailors. Ev ery conceited fool thinks himself in like way the only man really weighty, the only person who is respectable. But true respectability depends on no such adventitious ciroumstances. To be respectable is to be wort...

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. — 30 March 1882

p. - . 10 4.4 _______'____Q___ . DOTED TO POLITICM, MORALIT!, EDUOATION AD TO THE ENERAL INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY v D. .e BADLEY & 000 PICKE - -DFBA0 I, S. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1882. VOL X28 I __._N O._. 4 Kot Carona for the dttit. i~ Lcuidana has of late vthring ifdustry, and to-day 6.10undaut production. ors atoney is coming into the Texas 6 Tr''sury from the sale of school dsan from taxec and all other In 1865 Florence, S. 0., contained only en houses. I#tnow bs a population of over 2,000, and last year over 100 houses were built. A Florida paper says that vast quanti ties of blind miosquitoes are caught in the swamp eof that State for fertilizing purposes. Nearly every day from 100 to' 150 per sons pass through Chattanooga, going West. Thero are from Western North Carolina aid Southeast Tennessee. Owing to the crowded condition of the Alabama State Asylum, Bulloch county is at the expense of caring forits insane paupers at the County Poor-house. The poor-house of Choctaw c...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 March 1882

'E 80, 182, t4 psacrfption, *1.50 per annutm,.or six 1 cents; strictly iq adivance. Atiaementa Inserted 'It dte dollhr per' -of one inch or le#s for tAe first insertion I cents for eadh stibsequent insertion. 4eral discomit made to mefchants and oiker,. eatripg for six monthe or by the year. Obstuary Notice. and Tributes of Respect argedfer as advertisements. Announcing Candidates five dollars, in 'ad 0 TUipora'! b 'ns. We see that Maj. T. H. Russell recently 'ade a speech'to about thirty men near Volumbia, in which he denounced both the Demooratio and Republican parties, saying l'hat they both had outlived their usefulness, &o. He denounced the Ldkislature for passing-the stock lAw, and the registration law. Wheu the stock law question was 1rat agitated In Anderson County he was: ,one of its strongest advocates, and con 11inued to advocate it until finally'adopted. *e has always heretofore commended the *4aw most heartily as being one in the line of true agrioultural progress. ...

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. — 30 March 1882

nbut %ore and '6thd~piade -in de County . sis.Ila. P.Cary, and H. B. - Haedridki, who have been sick for soie time past pre both, we are glad to state. improving and with O'anyt A 'e will soon be then% lves aguin. Dennis DodI, an old citizen of 'this-County,-died at his home near Cn-OhI Station ou last Sunday n'igh t week. Mr. A. D. Bellotte and Miss Kate Rowland were married, at Central Station, by the Rev. H. M. Allen, Uarch 22d 1882. #Some of the young people df &fr 'town organized a chair last week. The improvement in church singing "a8 made very evident on last Sun 'day, notwithstanding the choir had only met twice previously for prac. Itice. The Southeru Baptist Convention meets in Giiinvillo in Mary. Rev. J. T. Burdine Und C. P. Barrett, ESiq., have been alppointod delegates I from the Twelve Milo River Asso cintion; T. W. Tolleson and J. R. Williams alternates. One day last week a dog, sup poedkto be rabid, went into the hot4e of Dennis Duke, corded, a tennant it Jeremia...

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. — 30 March 1882

fir~ *te his catb the taPres - ,While kaeing osearound m, and 9 0thes a creeping. Us tallor and work, he'll tel, -a from enssomers custom well. on are his Bowing was a lot -His owing was a ittle, And thoug Ill Ate he never got 86 ofe got a at UL. n6e seldom tore his olothes, although Se'd often close his store, And then he'd eye his clothes a whil% Thean cloe his eyes and snore. To thread a little needle 1 - He would needle little thread; 'When cutting dandy's suit ho'dsay, "This scissor out I dread." In winter he invests In vests; In summr pants in pants; In spring h% sews some seedy things; In fall he rip, perchanoe. U. would make breeches of the piece Which he was bound to keep, But none oared for his little doee Because hie goodswere sheep. MARGARET OF ANJOU. TI Recora of a Stormy Life. From her cradle to her grave, Marga ret of Anjou-the last of our Provencal Queens-was the heroine of tempestu ous misfortune and romance, and for five-and-twenty years played a conspicu ous part ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 April 1882

- DEVOE OPLTC;MRLTWgqATIOj AND TO THE QGENERAL'INTRElT OF TRE COUT1Y NS. S. c., TURDAY, APRL 6, 1882.V .. . d ood pblio -sgiving n monthly product of SA theiisuan men are employed at 06, Cherokee iron works, St. Clair K 9uty, Ala. 0&.,has 20,000 inhabitants, the government to build a ' kl postoffice. In a population of about 1,000, Dar: Atonl$, 8 0., has fifteen barrooms and no'tempeince organization. fsissippi ranks first In the union as a cotton growing State, third in the South as to the entip product of her eoil, Texas and Tennessee ohly out-rank lng her. The . Sumac trade of Virginia is in. creasing. The Sumac maiufacturers nQw have an organization with a presi dent and other officers. The grinding of 8,000 tons of leaf Sumac Is now the annual busiess, representing about $250,000. The Alice blast furnace of Birming bam, Ala., cleared $12,000 during the month of January. The investment cost $250,000, yielding a net income to its proptietors of $144,000 per annifn. Several ba...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 April 1882

* jl 'Wt - p *1.50 per annum, for six Mgpts; strictly in advance. ents inserted a? one dollar per in uch or lets for the first insertion Iet for eah Subsequent insertion. d geount mede to merchants and othere .$vertising for sir months or fhy the year. Obituary Notices tnd Tritates of Reipect erged for as adverfisements. Anaanding Candidates fve dollars, in *ad EIt, Stolbrand. Thi en.Committee of the Elections Cmn InIttee 6f the House ofRepresent atives, who Nad uder considerat Ion the case bf Stol 1brand against Alk-n, for his seat in Con, ges flrom this District, has unanimously grised to report in favor of Aiken. The Utted States Commissioner, Stoeber, who toor the testhony for Stolbrand is his son In-law, and noted both as enommissioner and attorney. Stoeber and Stolbrand were too much for even the sub comnmittee's great. digestive powers. Stolbrand was granted permission to withdraw his pipers and this ends the farce of 6tolbrand vs. Aiken. Re-Districting the State. Under the r...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 April 1882

* ~ A 91, O~ W& iqud bu 4 numWbr of vagot a we MOOgh town 1baded with ypos4here. will be no _4 In the use of that oom 4resent year. Ferguson, one of our pro Sfarners, believes in good .'. as well as in good cropp, f0r sevoral years ben KAt oversoor on the pub% 1en1 1 loding from' this place to a npkintown;. young mn who are in the obit of stopping and peeping in t Y yonh~g ladies in the musio room *t the school, when they are prac kleingj tire hereby notified that they eep Cayenne in that room and know nov to throw it into the eyes of intruding gazers. AsoTUER MAD Do.-A dog bd, longing to Jack Jitt, col., went mud la8st SaItIr-ay and beflore hn did any harm, wits kiuled. Ito was bitten by tOe 'tg that bit two of Dennis Duko's children, an1dt all of Al r. Loo. per's dog4, which we made mention tof last week. Jitt fortutnately haud kept his dog i.iod uit-or he was bit - ien, aild ats soon as the rabbies came oil ha him ldisputcbud. One of our bachelor friemis who COmplrinod thUa, ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 April 1882

-AA ~Mwife. Xogn hofte at fal of night o obserful, neat and bright, met him at.the door, In and look him o'er. "How the work has gone? ei with us at homeI" don% Dan reads with ease. a Dan,but one to please taunt be put to bed th e miltpyers are i", o all In rowin a ~tcked o'er little toes; 2uy, noisy, weary life. Tired woman, Dan's wife. Amskins for Moneyz One of the very best wives and mothers [htve ever known, whose husband was of a most generous disposition and de nied her nothing, once said to me that Whenever her daughters should be mar vied she should stipulate in their behalf with their husbands for a regular sum of money to be paid them at certain inter vals for their expenditures. "I suppose no man," she said, "can possibly under stand how-a sensitive woman shrinks from asking for money. If I can pre vent it, my daughters shall never have toaskfor it. If they do their duty as wives and mothers they have a right to their share of the joint income within reasonable limits; fo...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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