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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 July 1882

V In 1. .0Wi ihieplace 101, 61 ingsworth,one " eis Ihe 0o Iumbla Pe i i i il ow at home and n during the vacation o00lego. pi I'kt'd to ago that Mr, W, ho has beon quite sick L fevr for severid *eeks vtheicent nd able to thS store Occasionally, a short while. We hope 61M soon restored to good sa1r6. ROesO will of Pin% Who resides on 3rushy njust ' across the North 116 e from this Connty, died ast weok. She went to ,pon to milk anid wan-found the Cowpen. She was Over a old. Aca Pattprhn who lives ill VUunty near the North Caroli, e died of concer last week He tsiderably advanced in years. G. W. Singleton requoe4t us '. that ce will 1wing anid lecture uao ist the Methodist C(huch, A s-place on next Snday eve The public is invited to aLt ST P. Looper informs n that ~c~~hld a very ruhi'd dog at his near tross Roads Church on ti ursday. It was a I- rg~e black ~ b~ i~ad came from the diroct.ion ~fistay Statio'n. It hit, Mr. Lo~o. "~ tet~on dog and another 'bong, -4- ctgtr~one 4f Mr. L's 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. — 20 July 1882

stanoL 'Y F (. 0 ere g whoe them to watob Utwer not overtaken, s, resident In Elktov 'to the duel, whiot hour on the morn -. MA 4th, on Grey's Hill, of the town. As il e principles in the uned names, one o1 as Moore ; the hIn reality, how. ugust Belmont, o1 S he erican agent of the and has since figurei New York Demo. William Hay. out lina. They hid din 6ther reil of the Amerioa New Yor and the quarre tohave ir ma "love af yward r er stated at th ethat Belmon timaoy with I Way a been r by. Hayward and the. former spoken of th< atteW r' in terms' not exaly compli entary, a ard sfrudk Belmont whereon A had challenged . Intent upoi blood ed a duel to b< b sassi soil of Dela, that purpose had taket t Wilmington and driven tc t ntending to, meet upon the honor by a just over the As it turned out, h ever, they did xot drive far enou. t, and the soil of Grey's Hil, in Cont- waA ftddne with the bood of the ebrew banker, and which in later years, the execution of Swifth the murderer of...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 July 1882

-A A- alt 0.~ hr.1 Itt * ~. , p - DEVOTED To FoIJTIC", MonA-, 41401 A TO TIM 92lWER&L ITERIEST OF THE 00U|T. 0 -T .yD .BAtYPCES .C T US A ,JL 2,1 2. ........ *.... t on. e kaaut at EPYIR0-, 7-~ T"nT wo thonisand .Chbctaw Indians still - i toin Miss aijpl. . car atoq is to be establish Ga. <,& :'Y Rx4pOOSga has the finest union de V 46 e South. largest. peach orchard in the Ar6dis in' Alabama. Pepper pods weighing a quarter of a tus d grow at Waldo, Fla. Cedar KeyFla., shipped 4,000 pounds tur tles one day last week. Thecotton crop of Florida will be 66t the same as ,bat of last year. t hathm county, Ga., has shipped 000 worth of cabbages this year. One of.the iichest mica mines in the world h'as been discovered near Athens, 11ve hundred thousand dollars will b1 invesicd in a new cotton mill at Sel r, Ala. The population of Birmingham, Ala., Is estimated at from .8,000 to 12,000 Quite a margin. The authorities of Madison county, Fla., will abolish the lickse of $500 for tr...

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. — 27 July 1882

f 10 a ' UY27: 1882. 1.50 per annust, for six s strictly in advance. -naerted at one dollar per or lestefor the frt insertion or eaeh subsequent i*sertion. t mode to merchanta and othere month, or by the year. Sand lnbue of Rapect ertiseentg. toe five dellar, in ad County Democrati ttee-First of d for Primary a of Holding -4hroughout the ty De a1 C A ., July 22, 1982. t to a Icall the County Chair - qaunty B Live Committee met I A ay-wpresent, County Chairman, -4s 1' Gosseu, W. W. F. right. A. B. Tal. 4 . Grtydy and J. Lewis. .. R. laslected See ary of the Con notteu, it wAs reso ed that the Pri S.ction be held on riday, the first - 6 oe tember, 1882. Thlholding of publio tings through. out, ih County were. u resolution ol be County Convention rranged as fol a Plokons C. I , August h, at 10 o'clock ;A. 1U. PTnmpkintown, August. 0 A. M. B9astaitoe, Augustt 1th, 10 A. Al. Jlotreane, Augtust 14th at 10 A. M1. Cenial, August 16th, at . 'M. JjbWrty, August )9th, 10 A. jasle. August 22d, ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 July 1882

#p labou o* A 010 this paeor a*OT 1or tre reference. h4ree are breaking down Q1o trait. W return thank&-to Mt U. K. 111.r s~' Home delicious peach*& The Piclkeps Righ School opened law. Monliaay with 78 scholars,' 1 iame heard some farmers say Ce present crop is the best'they ad. 66 Town Council are having the pu , in good order. This is W. Singleton sang and red on music to a tolerably ...tidlence in the Methodist h at, this place on last Sunday 0 0s4 )Maay Harrison, Corrie I. aid Sullie Payne, three of' yile's charming young ladies, ladting relatives and friends at 'have -een a potatoe grown by r. J. C. Thompson this year measured zibout six inches Und and was near the same eeokiah Hughes, who has been ALP)Ing the mail between this place -d jEzasley Station for Mr. Richey fotthe last year or so, died at Eas loy tation lait, week. lie had been 'lubad health for several years. The, youngest bride ever heard of In this Countr'y was a Miss Cat, of on3aster, aged 11 years, who ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 July 1882

~pona loy W aste Dta6 bfr was blok. 6vblSk," she - " 1isery much - 4O, mMW Ad so bhe blesd -heriooks untA They loQked almost like gold. A simple satirbe she wore, Which olob*y to her olung (In taot It ws ateamely scant), APd frm aerblt a lily pale And foir si6weirs hung Your blaunAwera hung. V nauld bot touch a bit o( met, t he'd sit and weep, broiled chops were o ab shoop. nd ch" o'd uioan, " those soared steaks, $"ll of gravy now " WaOa slight nistako, I think), dered o'er the feldiu meads, o browning cow." 3. the nost pootnthir~ 3 harm a AY. - wAr at beck" she'd say, d Qohs. on't make I die " - - V for catohing mies go she chid,' ' A#dth t she married i uite glad to got him, too) A but6i she dlid POU. she did 1 , Hi Harper's Mag en aM Liskener. WOa marily a being who lis S tone. She in these days lost much I of her o achableness, but she r -.. ha- not ye4 tirely discarded the ap. *0et e of 'n teachable. In her capicity' for, "g without obeying her true or. As a talker she has her...

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 August 1882

DEVOTED TO 'OLIICs, MORALITY, EPUCITION AND TO THE GENER L INTEREST OF TdIE COU TRY. By D. F. BRADLEY & co, PICKENS, S. C, THURSDAY A VOL. XI. NO. 46. * tw NEWS GLEANINGS, The first thing the English veterans asked on getting ashore at Alexandria: "W'ere's Cleopatra ?" No fewer than two German expedi. tions will come to this country to ob serve the transit of Venus next Decem ber: A California young man, hugging his aged grandmother, forgot that it wasn't his sweetheart, and broke four of the okdy'r ribs. John Sullivan, the Boston slugger, who pounded Ryan and Ellsott, offered itug' Wilson, the English champion, $500 to stand up under his soft-glove blows four rounde, and to Sullivan's d'sgust, Wilson went through the ordeal a4d walked off with the money. An American by the name of Living stolie, who has lived in Florence during the past thirry years, is seen almost avery day driving twenty horses--ten spans attached to an ordinary wagon and he manages them with perfet ease. The...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 August 1882

A$ SENTINEL. St D. P.BRADLEY.Editor i PICKENS 0. H., 8. C.: M n TEURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1882. Li TERMS :a For subscription, $1.50 per annum, for six c Monthe, 7& cents; strictly in advance. m Adve -isenents thserted al one dollar per W eguars of one iuch or less for the first insertion adAffy cents for each subsequent insertion. d Liberal discount made to merchants and others advertising for six ,nonths or by the year. Obuary Notice, and Tributes of Rcspect t1 clargedfor as advcrtisenents. jC Announcing Candidates five dollars, in ad- n vance. Meeting of the County Democratic Executive Committee-First cf September Fixed for Primary Election-Time of Holding Xeetings Throughout the County be signated. l'iCKENs, C. 'i., 8. C., July 22, 182. Pursuant to a call of the County Chair anan, the County Executive Committee met this day-present, the County Chairman, J. R. Gossett, W. W. F. Fright. A. B. Tal ley, H1. C. Gradly and H1. 1. Lewis. J. R. Gossett was elected Secretary of the Coin mi ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 August 1882

LOCAL ITEMfg. Dulegation is wurpet word now Ao wo new candidates appear in this issue. A Pt'oiraeted meeting is now go, ing on at Secona Churub. Mies Jennie Edwards of Due West Is In Pickens for a short visit. Read the advertisement of Messrs. Mulahan & Gwinn i) this issue. "Mutic calms every animal but the Hyena."-+ingleton. Cotton is raised in Pickens Coun ty up to the base of the Blue Ridge. We rettrn thanks to Mr. Jere miah Looper for a nice watermelon. "Rules" will get plugs knocked out of ibero occasionaully. The Pi t ns delegation to 'the State Conve: ,'on left For Columbia on Monday m - ning. Newn of fine \rops and an abun dance of fruit come to us fron overy section of the county. Tel Clayton lot is soon to be or, namented with a fine boardiig house and a $4,000 Institute. A friend suggests that this is the 0 time of year for parents to teach their children to.stay out of other people's orchards. Master Johnnie Grady has placed us under obligations to him for some very ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 August 1882

W*AT .F2EGRArn rLL E A1 MEANT FOR. In the Island of Sumatra, at the bottoin o: the n miap. Where Asia holds such giant lands in her ca- , p Xcious la, The elphalnts rise fiercely, In th' in ildest tI kind of mob, When the telegraph employes have finished up a job, And joined by wires electric places very fiz I away, F~o~r thpurpose of convorsins-if they've tiny thing to say; These animals uproarious will throw lpn t ho y ground The toleigraphito poles and wIres wherovet they are found. t While wires and insulators are carried off to hide In the deep, glomy jungles where ho angr : boasts abide. Allthe labor goes for nothing when th, p ile are set aigain, F'or tho elophants are watching the!e pewrse N vering men, Who stick poles where they don't wvnt thoiji, across their" right ol' way," And they tear down in the iizht-tinie wuint t the mon have don:u by day. With the monkeys and baboons it is qtuite atiother thinx, For the telegniphic vire4 make the nie:'st kind of swing; And just th...

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 August 1882

I-.OI'ED OLI MORAIly, EDUCATION AND To THE VElIL INTIRIT OF THE COUNTY. By D F RADLEY & Co TIIRSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1882. V PRX1 O~ N6T UE TOP(CS OF THE DAY. OANADA is anxious to send a regimen to Egypt. Tits Germans are mixing somewhat ii the Egyptian troubles. THnz are only nine members of th( Vanderbilt family at Saratoga. I e i RULWAY mail employes are to b classed as postal olerks hereafter. Aammisuor PAIru A. FEiciHAN, 0 Ohicago, is to bo modo a Cardinal. A NUMCR of fatal sunstrokes haY( been reported from New York City. NEw wheat is beiag shipped fron Texas directly to Italy and Liverpool. S Ho cholera is creating alarm anong the farmers of McLean County, Illinois, TnE Sultan of Turkey finally con cluded to regard Arabi Bey as a traitor, yEzFEsonN DAvis is spending his tin( attending camp-meetings in Mississippi, 0 - . Tu farmers of Southern Iowa will try the experiment of raising cotton next season. HARvHsT is now in progress in Central Dakota, and the crops are reported to ...

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 August 1882

Oil~ 11ADLEY. Editor PICKENS 0. H., S. C.: THUR~SDAY, AUGUST 10, 1882. For subscription, $1.50 per annum, for six 9.onthr 75 cents; strictly in advance. Adve tisements inserted at one dollar per equata of one iuch or les. for the first insertion and fify cents for each subsequent insertion. fAberal discount made to merchants and others advertising for six monfths or by the year. Obstuary Notices and Tributes of Rcspect e&arged fur as advcrtiments. Announcing Candidates five dollars, in ad ,ance. State Ticket. FOR GOVERNon. HUGI S. TilOMPSON, of Richland. FOR L1EUTENANT GOVERNOR, JOHN C. 811EPPAILD, of Edgefield. FOR COMPTROLLER GENERAL, W. E. STONEY, of Richland FOR ATTORNEY UENERAL, C. RICHARDSON MILES, of Churleston FOR SECIRETABY OF STATE. JAS. N LIPSCOMB, of Newberry. FOIL TREASURER, JNO. PETER RICIIARDSON, Clarendon. FOR 8sPER1INTENnENT OF EDUCNrION. Rxv. ELLISON CAPERiS, of Gre.anville FOR AD1UTANT AN1) INSPECTOR GENERAL, A. M. MANIGAULT, of Ocorgetown. The State Ticket. W...

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 August 1882

-f400 J" AXIS*~. The Misses Grogan, of iuberton, 41a., P" t1it,1g the family of Mrs. Bruoe of this place. Thankis to hie. H. 3. Lewis for An%'peaches. More pretty girlse vielt Pickens than any other town of Its size in the State, We might add also more "wife bonLers.' There will 'be an entertainment given by the Pickens Reading Club at the Academy Building on next Friday night. All are invited. The Greenville Newsis the proph. et of the up country. It hit the balloting for the Gover almost ex. actly. At. a protracted meethig conducted by )r. Mendenhall in the Baptist church at Liberty, recently, twenty odd members were added to the church. Revs. W. B Singleton and J. T. Burdine held a protracted meeting at Secona last week, but with very Indifferent success. Mi'. B. 0. Ambler, the mountain bachelor has sent the SENTINEL an Irish potato which weighs 1 pound and thirteen ounces. Belt, we think is so prosperous in farming and gardening that he ought to take in a better half. McSmith fl...

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 August 1882

OT0 Oft lathe 16oftj W rn=0 BN, i49patodhou of~ I4be t ! m _go 4 u could find bar flowerSi But =uh bt were Spring to ive o he blossoms t Deotr, 't ey would seem as fair and sweet As thoso wo lovingly remember. For violets blue and daisies white In frost and cold would surely shivor, And purplo Iris Itags soon droop It waving o'er a frozon river; And so 'tis better as It in For young boarts oily aro Spring's p)0ion ures; We old ones faith, msnit be content To know that once we shared her treaqures. -Marglat4 Eytine, ins 11arpe's Wcdd y. Stable Management. Much depends upon the groom Iin tle management of horses in the stable. Frequently3 very poor grooms get coi tmiol of good horses, and the owIner st fers the loss resultitig from their incomn potency. It is muore dillloilt to hli a competent groon than it Is to finil an eXperienced farmer, skilled melhanie,or practical sailor, beeuise there is no rdo or meclanical stamdard by vhihi to de. termiuno the groom's competenev. An offieiel...

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 August 1882

IDEVOIED TO POLITIUF, MORALI1Y EDUCATION AND TO TME VBNERIL INTURET OF THE CQUVThY, y D. F. BRADLEY & OO, PICKENS, S. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 188q. VOL. X NO. 48. NEWS GLEANINGS. Gull eggs sell at fifteen cents a dozen at Tampa, Fla. Atlanta, Ga., capitalists talk of tart mng a large shoe factory.' Georgia has turned the tables, and is shipping oats to the West. The hemp crop in the blue grass region of Kentucky will be short. Texas has nearly $1,000,000 cash bal anbe in the State Treasury. A cotton seed -oil mill has been con tracted for in Greenville, Ala. The cotton crop of Florida will be about the same as that of last year. New corn is being contracted for at twenty-five cents a bushel in Texas. From Key'Largo, Fla., 860,000 pine . apples have been shipped this searon. The fine quarries of marble in Pick ens county, Ga., are to be developed. Americus, Ga., according to recent surveys, is just 320 feet above sea level. Rich deposits of phosphate rock have been discovered in ...

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 August 1882

D. 1.3lADlZv t. Editor el PICKENS 0. H., S. C.: V C THUSSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1882. TERMS I: For subscription, $1.50 per annum, for six months, 75 cents; strictly in advance. hi Adve-tisenents inserted at one dollar per square of one ich or less for the first insertion amfdfly! cents for earh subsequent insertion. Liberal discount made to merchants and othert at advertising for six months or by the year. Obituary Notices and Tributes of Respect I charged for as advertisement. 6 A nnouncing Cadid(latcs five dollars, in ad vance. Sttate Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR. HUGH S. 'IIIOMPSON, of Richliand. FOR IEUTiENiANT GoVFRNOR, JOHN C. SilEPPARD, of Edgefield. FOR CoMPTROL.ER 01ENERAL, W. E. STONEY, of Richland FOR ATTORNF.Y nENERAL, C. RICIIARDSON MILES, of Charleston FOR s8CRIETAUY OF STATE. JAS. N. LIPSCOMB, of Newberry. FOR TREASUREiR, JNO. PETER R IC H A R USON, Clarendon. FOR 5sPEItiNTENU)FNT OF E)UCNTiON. llvv. ELLISON CAPERS, of G re, nville FOR ADJtUTANT AND) iNsPi:Tol (1-.N O iRAL, A. M. MA...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 August 1882

~ACAL IThi rs. bon't torget, the ladie amusical en tog0ainment on the evening of the h int&. Admission only to aent& Mr. J. C. Griffin has the contract 10' fi'rnishing the bricks for the Plokons Inetitute and is now wak, ing them with a ruah. Be sure to come yourself, and bring all your neighbors to the mu sical ontertainment to be given on the evening of the 18th. We are glad to see that Mr. J. C Griffin bas sufficiently recovered from the measles as -to be abble to attend to business. We are glad to state that the in, taunt on of Dr. G. W. Earle, whos life was almost despaired of week before last is rapidly recovering. Out' fellow townsman, Mr. Wi, McCaslan, has kindly presented uw with a cabbage, grown by himsell in our Lown,. which weighed soven and u- quartor pounds. This is hard to beat. The Itidies of Pickens, assisted by ViSiitg ladies of ine nimicail Llent, will give an entertainment in the Court H ouse at thi8 plice, on Fri, day, the 18th inst., o' the benefit of 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. — 17 August 1882

Sleep, my ehild I the shado fall; 0at darknes reigns o'er and blomn are lost to t te folded ans of nlght - Mhwill soon from loud-Lowers peep, all nature les asleep. Breathe thou softly I Rest is sweet tired hearts and aching foot; o dull care nor toll is thine Nor slun thou blessed chid of mine; Tranqull on thy soft couch rest WTI h dreName-i of Heaven in thy IGreast. Birds are sleepingr; close thine eyes; . Waken V:1th asoturre Greet the mornitng WItthy'smile, And sweet prattle without guile, Seents he sleepin in the flowers; Slumber ill thedaylight hours. Sleept Thy Father guards thy rest; Lay thy head upon His breast; Bater han these arms which hold thee, His 4ear love will firm enfold thee; Higher love than mine shall He Give, beloved one, to thee I Sleep I The waves have longbeen sleeping I Angels o'er thee watch are keeping; O'er us both the pale stars shine With a radianoe half aivine. Slumber, innocent and light, Fall rm Heaven on thee to-night. -Chambers Journal S A Light D...

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 August 1882

*4 - DEVO'ED TO roLlrIGn, MORAL11Y, FDUC.VIIJN AN) TO TilE GENER-L INI'ERlS'r OF TIlE COUNIstY. By D. F. BRADLEY & C0- PICKENS, S. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1882. VOL I. N TOPICS OF THE DAY. ARAxi BEy and his adherents have been proclaimed rebels by the Sultan of Turkey. IT will be remembered that Vennor Said w" would have "a year without a lsummuer. TEXAs will have 50.000,000 bushels of corn to sell this year. Last year the State bad to import. POTATOs are being offvrod in Illinois Yor twenty-five cents a )ushol for fa delivery, with no takers. Mn. GLADSTONE looks upon Do Les sEps as a private indi- "'ual, out Do Los seps doesn't, not by any m.1oans. Monic than four t'nies the average an nMil destruction of life by lightning has tilroady oc.!urred in the United States this season. (1-onao ScovtrnE propcses to cOrn menee action in court against Dr. Hicks t the pasIses-sion of what there is of Guitean's body. Ti Decnver TribmHc invites the Malley boys to include Denver in their sum...

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 August 1882

EN TIN E.i k, F.BRADLEY.Editor PICKENS C. H., S. C.: DAY, AUGUST 24, 1882. TERMS I: For a.bscription, $1.50 per annum, for six month, 75 cents; stritty in advance. Adve tisemente inserted at one dolar per *quari of one iuch or less for the first inuertion undffp cents for earh subsequent insertion. Liberal discount made to merchants and others advertising for six mont/hs or ly the year. Obituary Notices and Tributes of lRepect cAargedfor as advcrtisemrnt.. Announcing Candidates jive dollars, in ad vance. State Ticket. FOR GOVEIRNOR. HUGH S. ' II OM1PSON, of Ricilaid. VFtt i.IEUTENANT WoVEINOR, JOHlN k. SilEPPARI), of Edgfield. FOR COMPTROLLE1 G1:NEIRA L, W. E. STONEY, of R1ichland Fl'O A'ITOnN -Y: i:RAL, C. RICIHAll)SON MILES, of Clirleston. FOR SECRI-TARY Of' STATE. JAS. N. LIPSCO3111, of Newberry. FOIL TIllASURER, JNO. PETER 1110lAlIDSON, Clarendon. FOR 88PERINTEN1>1ENT OF ElDUCNTION. I.v. ELLISON CAPERS, of Greenville. FOR AD.1UTANT AND 1NI'l:TOlR (t1IN EIIAL, A. M. MANIGAULT,...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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