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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 23 March 1876

* Judging the Judges- , r_C?rUMnrA, Murnh D.?In tho IIous* of IqEsprosontaltves to day no notioi i Vttn taken in regard to Judge T. J. / Mackoy, but copies of tho charges i against him were placed upon llm | desks ol tbo mombors, i 5 T?R CHARGES I 1 aro fts follows: ' 1. Prostituting tbo judicial offioo inj I apolitical conventions for porsonal onds, 1 aJ?d O8p6oift1l^ at ft convention of tb<j 1 RepViblioan party bold at Chester, si Cj. in t.hll silmmrtr nr f:ill of 1S7.1 hd threatening to sond persons who op. posed his will to jail. 2. -Prostituting thb judicial offfteo at "^ork at tho last spring torm by re* viving prosecutions against cortaiii porsons known as Ku Klux, for tliej t JMKfWo of enriching his ncphow, Ar- I thur Mnckey, by forcing a money | >,5>Qj*U'ibution from said persons, and tin order of court corruptly permitting and authorizing such com~ ^ivromiso. >o $< ? rostituting tho judicial oflico hy .J?,Q*rovying nionoy from officers of tho vOOUi'V and com...

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 1876

I ' THF PIPI/lP\iSJ BpMTIATl^l 1 nnj JL iijiyHi?\>o loiiiiM i ii\ DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTEREST OF TIIE COUNTRY. * . ; V0L. V. PICKENS, S. C? THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 187G. NO From the Enterprise ?j- Mountaineer. Belknap and Bribery. ? Tlifiro Iiiih been a moral bowl throughout tho Republican cohorts of tho pon and type in regard to tho ro. cently discovered bribery of tho Sec* retary of War. They 6eem to raise their hands in holy horror at the corruption of a inembor of their cabinnf Tr onnm i mm fltoti* ftti tvti ed indignation and hypocritical profcssiong and lamentations, that notli ing of the kind had over before auK lied tho immaculato purity of their party. Even the Democrats think frltrktr 11n i?n f<tntul n mn i?o'u iwtct <inr) "> will make capital out of it in tlio next Presidential election. Now let lis see what all this fuss ia about, and inquire if it ie tho discovery of something new under tho sun of Radlca' role. When Grant...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 March 1876

|, TUT? QT?XTIT1TTVTTjrr I X11U OJLUJl> Hl>?iH B. F. B&UKEY. Editor ad Piporioto?. Terms of Nubfecfrlptltvfi. One T?^r $1 60 81* Months ...... 76 AAvertlNlitg Rates. Advertisements inserted at (he rale of $1 00 MRP aniiafA nf ninn linoq f?n i.vaa fnv tl?o frit insertion, and 50 cents f6V each subsequent inseilion. ; v Contfa^'.s miide for tiibkk, si* of* TtvkLvr. oionths, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number of Insertions morked on them, will bo published until forbid and charged accordingly. Those termB are so simple nny child nmy understand them. Mine lines is a square? one inch. In every instance we charge by th? spaco occnpicd, as eight or ton lines can be mndo to oeoupy four or fivo squares, as the advertiser cnay wish, and is clmrgcd by the pace. Advertisers will flense state the number of squares they wish their ndvcrtisemenls o make. VSV Business men who advertise to be } benefitted, will bear in mind that the HENTINEL has a largo and increasing...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 March 1876

- LOCAL ITEMS. t ' Church Direotory. Re*. Hugh MoLees, 1st Sunday at 8 p. m. Rot. W, H. Ariftil, 2d " 11 a. u. Iter. J. C. Hudson, 8d 11 11a. m* Rot. J. Q. Stockman, 4th " 11a. m. Saturday noxt is all-fool's day. 4^# A gocd family horso for sale. Ap^ ply at this offico. Tho rgpont snow storm was ton inchos ticop in tho mountains. Plant plonty of Irish Potatoos Thov yiold abundantly, and nro almost indisponsiblo to any family. Fi-om tho molting snow and subsoQuont rain, our mountain streams are. much swolon. Our Town Council havo net out a row of young shado trees on cither eido of main streot. A commendable deed. We saw on Saturday a wood-cock killed near town by our Probate. For a one loggod man, ho is a success as a "huntist." Tho rcccnt suddon chango from high </. A 1 r .1 ?.<./ iu>v i/uui|)uruiuru, irum mo uanny brcczos of spring to tho icy ombraccs of old Borons, has produced a groat deal of sickness overy whore. Died.?Mr. Josoph It. Freeman, a rospoctnblo farmer, died...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 March 1876

0 -m>) T.AA. l/vnwu <MW l)'encon Lee, who was a kindly, aflent, faithful, gracious iircm, 1m ono dity waited uj>otf by a resttais, ritribitious, wordly church member, who was laboring to create uneasiness in tho church, and especially to drive awwy titer ifitiiste^. Tho deacon ofttno in to moot his visitor^ who, after the usyal greetings,' bogan to lamont tho low state of religion, and inquiro as to the reason why there had been 110 revival for the last two or three yoars uast. Now, what do you tlfipk ii the cause of things being drill here?5 The deacon vas not ready to give his opinion; and after a little thought frankly answered: *1 don't know.' (D) you think the churches are alive to tho work before thorn?1 'No. I don't.' 'Do yon think tlio minister fully realizes the solemnity of his work?' 4No, I don't.' A twinkle was scon in tho eyo of the troubler in Zion,and taking cour ago, ho A3ked: 'Do you think Mr. B. a very ex-. ii (?v/l Ulimi J IIHUH No, I don't.' 4Do you thin...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 April 1876

0 mmm?f?" "" H 'l'"' ' "T ?'<*' !' t* i ft *+ ... , , .. , ;,.y Ilil^... > , - , ? ...... . . _. ........ .... WE PfCKENS sentinel; ilUtiWlWll " 1 T" '' " ' " ' f< , irtWw<j *** *? "oi,n ,t; "u ,,r * DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY, tr.t r'tn " ? ? - * '* I ' " w,,>i' ' "-M 'Pi. ' i j. ?? | in? " *n ' ! : ' ' i li.ilir : ' ! . .v?*?? '. : ?, , ~~~ . : ?z: : ?r?-. ? -?. ^ SOk'tmrn m PICKENS, S. C? THTTKSD AY, APRIL 6, 1876.' .. .Nasi. w [from tfn lffrttnvilh iVe?c?.] | tho fftVOP or onnosition of nftrl.lnnlnr I of lUn^k-n^ will 4l? ??? -**' ^ ' " Utter from^D f-ftfiQej ou the Jtfackey Investigation* ^ CoiiUMhia, March 20, 1876. I hUVd read with somo eiunriea tho lctl,ot; pf Ool. .C^ttopdon, pxttifOi'hod in tji'o Kows of tho 10th instant, rolativo to tho Mackoy omL'^AV*4rA 'mn- - ti . ^ ? wrugrw. xnvwruurs unogou purposo is to placo both sides of tho Mftckoy imponchmcnt mutter b'oforo your j^adcrs. I submit tv bother, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 April 1876

THE SENTINEL. D, F. SRHSLE7. Editor and Prnrietor, Terms of Subscription. j Ono V?ur $1 r?0 fMx Months 75 Advertising Rates. Advertisements inserted at tho rate of $1 00 rtP /OX ninn ltnno All 1 t'ua t\V lltn DVT yj I J UH'W ??i?vof tv unoo, ?v? ? "v, m-at insertion, and 50 cents for eacl? subsequent iuscifcion. Contracts made for music, six or twklvr months, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number of Insertions marked on thorn, will be published until forbid and charged accordingly. These terms are so simple any child may understand them. Nino lines is a square? one inch. In overy instance wo charge by the spaco occupied, as eight or ten lines can be made to occupy four or five squares, as the advertiser may wish, and is chargcd by the space. S&f Advortiscrs will please state the number of squares they wish their advertisements o make. Business men who advertise to be benefitted, will bear in mind that the SENTINEL has a large and increasing circulation, and is...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 April 1876

LOCAL ITEMS. Chtureb Directory. R?T. Hugh M?Lm% 1M Sunday t4 ? Sr. h. R?7. W. H. Ariall, 2d " 21 a. m. KM I <1 M ?? 11. _ lUv. J. Q. Siotfeaaaa, Uk 11 a. m. 3PB ' i * ' ' mI>' ? mm,m " *~l W March went oat like a lion. The best load pencils In town at ICcFall's, and bo mistake. We understand that there ia to be a change of the agenoy at tho Easloy Depot. The plan of primary elections for candidates seems to meet with gen.# eral favor in this County. i i > Rot. W. B. Singleton, prcaches at Secona ohorch?Baptist?every first Sunday and Saturday boforo. R W Xa ulnr Tian n ? ./ ?-? ?-1, - K.V..I..OIIIJ5 young lawyer, bee bought the woolcarding faotory on Wolf Crook noar this place. ? t 9 Pumpkintown w?s tho only Town, hip unrepresented in tho County Contention last Monday. What is the matter? Ha* sho no Democrats within her borders? The time oi year for merchant'* and their olorks to sit in front of their tores and whittle on pine boxes hns x arrived. The marble and draft season...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 April 1876

Communication , 0 ? ? k. kl Eprrait; 'i'horb is ynf ono glo drawback to 'tVo miuorrul pro^ pol ity of I'icUcns County, (burring of , conrso, tlio rotten and corrupt yov- ( nrnmntrt which has bo lont/ Clll'sod < ~ - 'T f** n our State,)' and tWt :a fire unTo'i dtnato contost about'tfl6~phymont of the 1 railroad subscription. As .jjaaf^r^ now stand, I do np^ mo , tliat < party is likely to bp . ljen.QUttcu^ but ' Binco tin* pooplo lmvo Been lif to res 1 sist tho paymout by a Resort to the courts, I can only hope that they may bo suoccsaftflA Miglft |fol a ccftnpromisc, cveif at tliii^lKte day, bo made between I ho parties, which would be just, reasonable and fair. Out 1 started to write a Bhort letter about the improvbihGntis in and around Ea&ley, and? otliov* poSnts iflong the line of road in Picken County. On every hand new'delete lings are going up every day, the trade of the j>laco is constantly extending; and so far 'ho merchants of that placo seem able to weather th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 April 1876

o 9 1 I -? - - ^ g % T M "* * A |""T" I ||, ? I * r ;"* -i * .1 * * .1 i T--. m-ttt? , i? I IT rm.ua? 1 i THE .PICKENS SENTINEL 1' '''C'' i * ' ' ' ' * ' ' 1 ' -*-> >'! " t'i'.n . . ^ ' ? 1 . ?J ? ? - DEVOTED TO POLITICS; MORALITY, EDUCATION AND XO THE GENERAL INTEREST OF T1IE COUNTRY. BIk Y.. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 18T(>. NO. 32. _____ - ? -- - - . . . v jaciKiiap ? impeanment. The impeachment articles agaiast Mr. Belknap, reportod to tho House by the Judiciary Committee, are five In pnmb.or, and are wordod in the ui&Ulegal phrasoology, one being largely in repetition of the other.? OTst aKfelte is as follows: 1 That Willifttn W. T3elkti&p, while he was in ofllcc as Secrotary of War tfit, On the 8th of October, 1870 ?had tho power and authority nn** dpsr the laws ol tho United Statos, an Sfefcrotftfy of the War, to appoint a pGMort to maintain a trading establishment at Fort Sill, a military post 6t the United Statos; that said lielk* nap j?romisod to ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 April 1876

^THE SENTINEL, ? HI i '?Rt ??t I. r. BRADLEY, Cdiior and frosrietor. Te^irts ofSilicriilloii, One Year ?1 50 9fS Months ............ r r 76 AdvertiNliiK Kates. Advertisements inserted nt Die rate of $1 00 pwr equaro, of (9) nine lines, ok j.kss, for the it inseHiop,rand 50 cents for caoh subso{ ent insertion. Contracts mndo for tiirkr, six or twelve months, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number of Insertion! marked on them, will bo published nntil forbid and charged accordingly. These terms are so simple any child may understand them. Nino lines is a square? one inch. In every instance we charge by th? space eccupiod, as eight or ton lines can vrirvdn If\ fkn^nrtv fnnr nr fion nAimrnu nu i1>a ? ? ? v-u, >? iuw advertiser may wish, and is ohargcd by tho ptce. PST" Advertisers will please state the number of squares tlicy wish Ihoir advertisements to make. ? Business msn who advortisc to be benefitted, will bear in mind that Lhe SENTINEL has a large and incroa...

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. — 13 April 1876

LOCAL ITEMS. Church DirectoryRot. Hugh MoLees, 1st Sundny at 8 r. m. R?Jf, II. ArUll, 2d " ll a. *. iC. Hudson, 8d ? 11 a. m Hoy. J. Q. St<hj1*m?n, 4th ?' ll a. m. WnrK Singleton at Saoona every 1st/Sunday and <9?turd?y before, at 11a. ra. ' Tho weather is fino and in ovory * ?MJ .delightful. . ] . Mr. Parritt, has laid on our tablo u bcot^ woighing four poundd. Who f can'ifcVtm' Qn Tuesday morning, tho first mar* tin's of tho season mado thoir appear? once. Jlow cheerful is their merry twitter! i ?*>? The birds of spring begin to carol * thoir song, on ovidonco that icy wintor fs gone. 4^ Man is constantly committing inu - o propHoties, both in word and action, which ho would, after timo for sober rcflcclion has intervened, gladly ro% call,' Vegotation, which was sot back by tho roccnt snows and sovoro cold woatherof a fow wooks ago, has again oommoncod to spring forth anew. Messrs. Kichlo and Wyatt con temp lato, at ftn early day, running an % ovorland stago lino from 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. — 13 April 1876

f Too Much Cotton"Pierco, df Georgia,' in a letter from Texas to tho Southern Christian Advocate, givca,, b ;ine ra?. tionai auvice to out- oouiuern plantera. It is at ill much needed,'-*}** though in substance often urgod upon them befefro. Tho nieliop'B ivcfX* ment of the subject is, however, both : novel and entertaining. It id, a foj^e , iblo presentation of the though)|^|)f ; Adam Smith, referred to by -ns n tew days ago, that "Uimjjui . i^opd j scorns to bo tho only proauCe of land i which always and nece6sartally af lords some rent to tho landlord." Verily, king cotton, ltkb otlfcf ' lung., aw' tho people. 1 ros.onty in this article of Reduction, it geeina, "tendoth tf> >> A ........ t 11 m/wvjr uua been made, and yot tbe people are on tho "ragged edge" of insolvency. The moro wo make, the poorer we grow. Ani^yet tho desperate bot is laid ori another crop, in the face of tqn years' unbroken uniformity of results. The heathen adage, "Whom tho gods mean todestioy they ...

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. — 20 April 1876

9 . .. 1 IT - 1 ? THE PICKENS SENTINEL. i J . i . . 1 -): , . . . . . . , . , . DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY. YOL. v7 PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL?O7TBT6. NO. 33. 1 s . ' * > . ' flntramnr- niiamliavlain I 1 1 1 ' JI,L"i 41 *" ? ? ? MVV VAUVA VUWU1MVAAM1U* This advoit politician as be moves ^ along, makes it convenient to show bis hand occasionally, but never inrid rertently I His letter to Morton established bis claim in the Northern tniild, to an earnest desire for reform j in order to save the Republican party in Sontb Carolina from dissolution, which ho knew would result from the infamy of defiant Radicalism in the ^ Legislature: That point gained, ho now sots about the work of securing the elec~ toral voto of tho Stato for tho Ropub lican [^residential nominee. ^ How he has used tho credulous Democrats for his own purpose and for their ruin, is known to every body. Ho now proposes to secure > the confidence of Gran...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 April 1876

Ti ii - iiin i" i> rrra THE SENTINEL. B. F. BIUDLET. Editor ud Promoter, Terms of Subscriptloi(? cm tf? wnff i ear $1 50 St* Months 75 Advertising Rates. Advertisements inserted at tho rate of $1 00 pur square, of (9) nine lines, or lkss, for the fitst insertion, and 60 cents for each subse* q?enl insertion. Contracts made for tiirbr, six or twblvk months, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having tho number of Insertions marked on them, will bo published until forblt' and oliargod accordingly. Those terras are so simple nny child may understand them, Nino lines is a square? one inch. In every instance we charge by t%? space occupied, as eight or ten lines can bo made to occupy four or five squares, as the advertiser may wish, and is charged by tho spnce. ?aT Advertisers will please state (lie number of squares tliey wish their advertisements to make. Business men who advertise to be benefitted, will bear in mind that the SENTINEL has a largo and increasing ciroulalion, and i...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 April 1876

LOCAL ITEMS. Churoh Directory. R?t. Hugh MoLecs, 1st Sunday at 8 p. m. Re*. W, H. Ariail, 2d ? 11 a. * EvvfX. 0. Hudson, 8d <* 11 a. k Ret. J. Q. Stockman, 4tli " 11 a. m. B?r. W."B. Singleton at Saconaovory * and Saturday before, at 11a.m. The usual oold snap nttondod EasTho Bluo Rid go Mountains tvoro * covorod. with enow on Monday last. " Apple tteoB nre blooming. Wo four they are coming out too onrly. * ^Ph? young mon in town aro getting up a mbtunl admiration Bocioty. The planting season is upon us, and our farmers aro as buisy as bnisy can bo. Fishing partios aro bocoming more numerous than tho fish. Plant plentifully of garden vegotables. Nothing adda moro to th0 bonofits of a family. 4 I t . t_j?> ? Jbrora tno numoor ot poor oows wo eoein tho stroets wo infor that forage has boon aoarco tho past winter. , . m i ? -?-? A young man in a noighboring town has adoptod tho primitive habits of tho first sottlors of this section?ho is going trapping. Every porson '.n tho Count...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 April 1876

f "i | iliTT i " i?" n iTTi i They Carried it too Far: I'-.v1" : y Mr. Buttorwick called in to see mo' the other day, and in tho courae ot j > the oenvorsntion he said: i "I'm going1 to move. I can't Btand 1 tho*e Smith's, noxt door to me, 1 any longer. Thoy'ro tho awfullost < people to borrow tilings tnat jl over ; 8ftw. Coffee and sugar and butter and flour I don't mind so much, al- 1 though when a woman borrows high ' priced sugar and Java coffee, and tends back sand, and chickory, a man. naturally feels bilious and mad. But thcj have borrowed pretty near everything in tho house. First it's one thing and then it's another, from morning till night, right straight along. Now thoro's the poker. A poker's a piece of machinery that you'd thi ik anybody might go around and buy, or if they couldn't afford it j thoy might ueo a Icuco paling to shako up tho firo. But Mrs. Smith seems to hanker after our poker.? She borrows it fifteen or twenty times a day, and last Saturday she sent...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 April 1876

' 'THE PICKENS SENTINEL.' > li i l)li it m ' i .. 1 ' l j r . . . . , - . f DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO TIIE GENERAL INTEREST Otf Tllft COUNTRY. YOk Y. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1876. NO. 34. * kt tlll.1 l_ . ni i ? i - - - - ' ?cw jjignt on an uia joddurql4rt, perjury and most villain: MU j . \ ? .? ^ ' ' 6u8 od&spirtacy. Washington, April 9.?The story of, tbo siifo burglary conspiracy, wtif&tT, taken altog6thor, is probably one of the most rcmarkablo in the annals of crime, is soon to bo laid bo fnrr> tlin Iiiit.lin in nil ilo flotnita I1' ?-> c.Qnfqqeions of YVhitely and Nettloship, two of tho piincipal agents employd by the original conspirators, fastens the toils around Babcock and Harrington, and deepito tho almost superhuman exertions which will be made by tho District King to save f 1i Am !?/%? n 'ft ! r\l ? n /\ n 1 ? ,-1 VHWIll, illVll VIUUIII IO V.V3I IUIIII) DfiVIVJN. 13ut will these two miscreants have to expiate tho sins o...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 April 1876

* THE SENTINEL. 1 ?7??^ f ~U B, F. BRADLEt Editor and Pronto. Terms of (SiibNci'lptioQ^ One xear $1 60 Six Months 75 Advertising Kates. Advortisomentsinscrted at the rate of $1 00 p%* square, of (9) nine linos, on less, for the fltst insortion, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Contracts made for tiikbe, six or twelve months, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having tho number of Insertions marked on them, will bo published Until forbid and charged accordingly. * These terms are so simple any child may understand them. Nino lines is a square? one inch. In every instance wo charge by tho space occupiod, as eight or ten lines can bo mado to occupy four or five squares, as the advertiser may wish, and is charged by tho space. 8?" Advertisers will f lense stato the number of squares they wisb their advertisements ' to make. fttryr- misiu<!?3 men who auverusc 10 ue benefitted, will bear in mind that (lie SENTINEL lias a largo and increasing circulation, and is taken by ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 April 1876

' LOCAL ITEMS. " Church Directory. Rot. Hugh McLtes, 1st Sunday at 8 p. M. Roy. W. H. Ariftil, 2il 11 a. m T rs ti?a o j ' * ????? <p| v? uuu9uii) OU M II A. m Rov. J. Q. Stockman, 4th 11a. m. Rct. W. D. Singleton at Sacona ovory 1 at Sunday and Saturday bcforo, at 11 a. m. Thoro >8 a strangor in town. It in a boy. Congratulations Julo. ? Loon! items aro noarly as scarco as hon's tooth. s mm . Contonnial cravats aro fashionable this floanon. * Chickons woro never soarcor in this mnrkot. A good prioo can bo obtained for thorn now. Bean and Poa blooms havo been ro ported as making thoir appoaraneo in tho gardens in town. Wo hoar that somo of iho poaches throughout tho County oscaped tho ^ frost. 4 ? Tho pic-nio soason is on hand, and wo are informod that tho Good Templars of this plaoo propose having ono on Glassy Mountain on tho 13ih of Miiv. ?/ Tho public well has at last boon x eloanod out, to tbo groat delight of all concornod. Tho County Commissioners were in soBAion last S...

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