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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 April 1876

"Go! Feel What I have Felt." , [A young lady in Now York was in tho habit of writing to tho Philadelphia Ledger oa tho eubjeot of temperance. Her writing | was so full of pathos, and ovidoneed ?uoh a deop emotion of soul, (hat a friend of hora ^ nccuacd her of beooralng a maniao on tho subject of tomperanco; whoreupon ehe wrote the following lines.] i Go, feel whot I havo felt; ( Go, bear what I have borne? I SinK 'neath a blow a father dealt, And the cold world's proud scorn; Then suffer on from year to year? Thy solo relief tho acorohing tear. I Go, kneol as I have knolt; implore, besoeoh and pray; Strivo tho besotted heart to melt, Tho downward heart to stay; Bo dashed, with bitter curse, aside, Your prayers burlesq'd, your tears defiedGo, wecrp as I have wept, O'er a loved father's fall; Sco every promised blessing swept? Youth's sweetness turned to gall; Life's fading flowers strewn nil the way That brought mo up to woman s day. Go, see what I have seen; Behold the stiong man b...

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. — 4 May 1876

V ?^=j-ni ?1 TY=~f: Y"; " ?- "" ' - -- " ? ... . -T-T-T?? ^?^r-- - ,?-. . > ' DKVOTBD TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO TUB GENERAL INTEREST OP THIS COtlNTKY. >??J* J???M VOL. V. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY MAY 4, I8TG. NO 1 ggppa.Tgjr aamm : ' aafli : I . - _ I ' . - ^ vva I CorrHpondcncc N"etb? and C<Urter I fnv?r R/>nil>??n?. !-'1 * ' ' * . -i A AII11 U11 lUcl 11U11 Mr. Editok: Liberty Station is tho * youngest of tho throe towns on tho Ait1 Line in Pickens Connly, but according to ago, has built up as rapidly as cither of Iior elder Bisters. It is r located midway between Easley and Central, on an elevated plain, and about the centre of tlio County, on a line running from East to West. Thie town is only a year old, but yet eho can boast of sonic four or five stores, a hotel, a steam saw mill, an aca> dcuiy, two blacksmith shops and a wood shop. Tho Messrs. Greor tiro the proprietors of one of the shopsand bid fair to become quite an acquisition to the place....

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 May 1876

?5PV: THE SENTINEL Tl V RRAflT.PV flJiim and ?| fll vlv livnnll OlttJVVft ii?*ii?mi Terms of Subscription. Ooo Year ?1 60 54x Months 75 Adverttelng Rates. Advertisements inserted at tho rate of $1 00 pMr square, of (9) nine lines, 0Rt*s?, for the flNl insertion, and 60 cents for each tftbse4??nt insertion. Contracts made for tumi, six er t*kivi months, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having tho numbof*of Insertions marked on them, will be published an til forbid and ohargod accordingly. Those terms are so simple any child may understand them. Nino linos is a square? one inch. In every instance wo charge by fhe space occupied, as eight or ton lines can bo made to ocoupy four or five 3quares, as the advertiser may wish, aud is charged by the space. S6T Advortisers will please state the nuni- I bor of squares they wish their advertisements to make. Business men who advertise to be I benefitted, will bear in mind that the SENTINEL has a largo anil increasing cireulation, and is t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 May 1876

ton AT, TTFMS I Church Directory. Rov. Hugh MoLees, 1st Sunday At 8 P. m. Re*. W, H. Ariall, 2d " 11 a. m ber. J. o. Hudson, 8d " 11 A. m Ker. J. Q. Stookman, 4th " 11a. m. Rev. W. B. Singleton at Saoona every 0 1st Sutldrty and Saturday beford, at 11a.m. 'PI?a nnnrliilntn Til 11IIin. is Oil hand. Tho whoat crop is looking romarks ably fine and at this timo promises * an abundant yield. " Contonnial beaux wore vory fash^ ionablo at Socona last Sunday, Tho Centennial belles also gave out their chimos. Anothor "moon^shlnor" was rcoont Iy capturod, with about eixty-fivo " gallons of "mountain dew, and lodged in jail at this placo. A gontloman on reading a commu. nication in tho SentinkTj last wook > which was dovoid of punctuation, remarked that it was like a streak of lightning- -it wont through without stopping. * T. W. Russell, Lord Mayor of Easloy ?~.i Tk? i> i a:n:i? .wi UIIU JLF1 XV. U , UIIIIKHIU, 'V Vl VJ III 117 >T 11 Inst week. Wo know thoy must havo Jolt lost whon t...

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

" Wanted--A Man." Sings Dr. Holland, nrnl lo llio following effect. | Qqdgivc us men! a time like this demands Strong minds, great hearts, truo faith and o ready Lands: ji Men whom tho lustof otlice docs not kill; j! Mon who the spoils of oflico cannot buy; Men who possess opinions and a will; Men who have honor, men who will not lie; O "Mbu who can stand before a demagogue, u And damn his treacherous flatteries without winking; Tall men, stm-crowucd, who live above the 81 fog ? In public duly and private thinking; tt For while tho rabble with their thumb-worn croed, Thoir Inrgo professions and little deeds, Mingle in solfish strife, lo! Freedom weeps, Wrong rules the land, and waiting justice C sleeps. November's Battlefield, The Charleston News and Courier I says. The Democrats were beaten so sadly in 18G8 and 1872 that it is t fashionable to say that they arc sure to be beaten in the same way in t 1S70. They may be, but there is j no reason why they should bo, and tlioro would bo...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 May 1876

1 ' i THE PICKENS SENTINEL DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTEREST OF TIIE COUNTRY. YOL. V. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1876^ NO. 36. T ? ? ? ? The Lesson Taught Us- In 1874 wo "took advantago," of a I OornMnr* An,;i oi I !?- """ * " ' Tho Kopublican Convonvention which rocontly mot in Columbia was a disgraco to tho whole country. It was a disgrace to thoso who participated, and a disgracp to that party in the Unitod Statos that has kopt such worthies in powor so long. It is diffl* cult to concoivo how a party so blatant with rowdyism and rooking with biU lingsgato, as that which roccntly mot in Columbia, could possibly rotain powor if loft ontiroly to itsolf. In that Convontion woro assomblod tho mon who havo rulod South (Jaros lina for eight long yoars. Thoso mon roprosont tho brains and tho animus of thoir party, and their actions, do jngfl, and sayings may bo takon as flair and truo oxponcnts of tboir constilucnts. What thcso aro it is unec* os...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 May 1876

TFTTfl ftTMVTT ATTTT, I ?*? il S M m ? ? D, f. mill Editor and rrooriotor. Terms of Subscription. Ono Year $1 60 91* Months 76 Advertising Rates. Advorlisemenlsinsertedatthe rate of $1 00 pvr square, of (9) nine lines, or libs, for the hit insertion, and 60 oents for each subsoqaon< insertion. Gontraots made for thui, six or twelve months, on favorably terms. Advertisements not having the number of insertions marked on them, will be published until forbid and charged accordingly. These torms are so simple any child may understand them. Nino lines is a square? one inoh. In every instance we charge by tho apace occupied, as eight or ten lines can bo made to occupy four or fivo squares, as the advertiser may wish, and is chargod by tho space. Advortisers will please state the number of squares they wish their advertisements to make. 0&" Busiuess men who advertise to be benefitted, will bear in mind that the SENTINEL has a large and increasing cirflnldl inn nnd Iq InVon Ku Mi o v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 May 1876

LOCAL ITEMST ChtuAh Directory. Rot. nugt MoLeee, 1st Sunday At 8 P. M. Bat. W. ii. Ariail, 2d ? 11 a. m Hot. J. 0. Hudson, 8d " 11 a. m Bbv. j. q. Stookman, 4th " 11 a. m. t Re*. W. B. Singleton at Sacona ovory let Sunday and Saturday before, at 11 a. m. Tho warm weather and tho frequont showore causo vogitation in gonoral, gardon yogotablos particularly, to grow rapidly. . ' * - Saturday and Sunday last woro tho warmost days this soaeon. Tho tom* poraturo of tho lattor was groatly modifiod by gontlo rofroshing shows ors of rain. Robert McWhortor, an old and roepcctablo citieon of this County, diod at his rosidonco, four or fivo milos South of this placo, on Friday tho 5th inst. ^ Romomber all that on noxt Saturday, 13th, tho Good Tomplara will havo a pic-nic on Glassy Mountain.? Warron 1). Wilkes, of Andorson, wo aro informed, will givo an addrcms on tho occasion, Warron novor fails to pleaso his hoarors. Soo announcements of M. S. Hon\ dricks and J. JRiloy Forguson in this issuo, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 May 1876

LAWS OF THE STATE. Laws Passed and Approved at tub Session op 1875-76. An Aot to prohibit County Treas- ( nreis from charging commissions i on School Funds paid out by them, i Bo it cnacted by tho Sonato and j Ilonso of Representatives of the(r Stato of South Carolina, now mot and , sitting in General Assembly, and by the authority of the earne: Section 1. That from and after the nnRRftfro of this ao.t. any eonntv trea?i i d > j y uror who shall demand or recoivo any commissions for paying out tlio echool funds paid out by him from tho person charged with receiving them, or shall charge any person commissions on the same, tho couuty treasurer so offending shall bo deemed guilty of a misdomeanor, and, on conviction, shall bo fitiod not less than fifty dollars for each such offence, or bo imprisoned for a poi iod not less than three mouths. See. 2. All acts or parts of acts in conflict with this act bo, and the eonio aro hereby, repealed. Approved March 2-1, 187G. An Act to authori...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 May 1876

* ; V - . THE PICKENS SENTINEL > wl i ' DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION ANI> JTO THE GENERAL INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY. ?flu ?-iiit !.? ; r : o __ "> i :< li i"1 " ' PICKENS, S. CM THURSDAY,MAY18, 1876. NO 37; * [From (he Columbia Rryitttr.] J mittCQ. who escoi'tod Gen- Kflinlmw I Sf. T.nnio ** ' "" THE DEHOCBACY IN COUNCIL. FIRST DAY*6 1'ROOKKblNGS. 0 x TbtiBtate Democratic Convention AR8?U)bl?d last evening, in pnratianco of the 8tate executive committee in the hall of the Bouse of * Ifce\>reBentatlve8, at 7 o'clock. Shortly after this hour, on motion rvvi r? am? ui ueui x>unui| vui> JLJ* It JfllU Alktill was callod to the chair as temporary ^ presiding officer. On motion of Gen. Butler, Mr. T. O. Gafiton, of Chester, was requested to act ae temporary secretary. yhe proceedings were then opened > 4clth prayer by tho Rev. Dr. E. J. Meynardie. On motion of Mr. M. P. O'Connor, of Charleston, the State Democratic x ' \ . . executive committee were invite...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 May 1876

THE SENTINEL. U. P. BflAULW. T.Ma* Punnwatftii w? | IfllfBOII VttlVVI VVAIVlVtl Terms of NubNtTiptioii. C>n? Year $1 60 9t? Months 75 Advertising Rates. Advertisements inserted at tlio rate of $1 00 Jfer Bqaaro, of (9) nine lines, on Less, for the fltsl insertion, and 50 cents for each subse* 4&ent insertion. Contracts made for turkr, six or twelvk ftonths, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number of Insertions marked on them, will be published Until forbid and chargod accordingly. These torms are so simple nny child may understand them. Nine lines is a squaro?I one inch In overv instanoc wc charire bv Mio space occupied, as eight or ten lines can be made to occupy four or five squares, as the advertiser may wish, and is charged by the space. Advortisers will please state the number of squares they wish their advertisements to make. Business men who advertise to be benefitted, wilf bear in mind that the SENTINEL has a largi and increasing circulation, and is t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 May 1876

LOCAL ITEMS. ? Church Direotory. Rot. Hugh McLees, 1st Sunday at 8 p. m. Re*. W. H. Arlall, 2d " 11 a. m R?t. J. C. Hudson, 8d 11 a. m R?t. J. Q. Stockman, 4th " 11a. m. lie*. W. B. Singleton at Saoona every ^ 1st Sunday and Saturday before, nt 11a.m. Wo havo had sovoral May-day howors rcoontly. Wo notico a fow balos of cot ton on wagons in our stroeta occasionally. Tho gardens around town arc looking remarkably fine. No martins bavo built in that box yet. Somo young lady will bo disappointed. Wo call attontion to tho prospectus of tho Columbia Daily Ilogistcr, in anothor column. . .Revived.?Tho lonfors club, a fatrnrifa nn/1 imaII *%r* man ! ??.! ? v vtivv Miivt IT vu |Si*Wl VII IKUU tion of this placo, has boon rovivod. ? + There will bo a mooting at Howard's Shop in Easloy Township on Saturday next, for tho pnrposo of organizing a Democratic Club. Wo hope to bo ablo to bo with our frionda on tho ocoasion ? "? Centf.nniat, Visitors.? Wo loarn thftt a party ot gontlomon at Easloy v...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 May 1876

*"" 1 ?1? Democratic Convention? Concluded Mr. Stioppard, and of tho gontlomnn u .1) II *!-? r -_J .ijj tin uuttiuwuujjjxr. lJiiniguu, unu tuu gontlcman from Charleston, Mr. MeCrady, beg loavo to niako the following roport: That tho committeo Uoorn it inoxpediont to tako any action upon thw resolutions submitted to tliom for consideration, but reconitnond that this ooikTontion tirgo on tho respoctivo! counties tbe utmost vigor mrd ?c?i in' porfocting a thorough <ari4 compact or ; g*nif?tjon of tho Dcmporat^ party,, with Ifio viow of consolidating ovory1 possible Btron^th until tho Ui^o comes for tho nomination of a Stato tickct. rWo further rocommcnd that tho "Suite1 ft xecutivo Comm ttco tnko such Motion al onco as will promoto tlio purp0B0 indicated in tho forogoing, Gon. Gary offered tho following resolutions as b substitute for tho report of tho committee: Itogplved,-v'Jk'hat tho platform of tho Notional Democratic party bo adopted qb the platform of tho Democratic parky o^ou...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 May 1876

I ? I Trmrf'T? I ..ni i .r ,, ..? , , ? . . .. , y- - ^. f.^-- J 7': "" i TOE PICKENS SENTINEL. * ' ra=?-.- -V 1 -I . . r - J 1 ; '. i i I . m . lon.i ). .... y j. j - - ag* ?iM? ' 1 ? ' DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENEUATj INTEREST OF TI1B COUNTRY. ' ?;> tj'iw i.> ? ?. i { v.- . _ . . . . . / 1 Ol ' . . . ? y ? ^ ... > YjOIjtt Afcsjv;; PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAYTMAY 25 lil67 NO. ' 1 1 "" 1 1 * 1 T 1 ? inw?m > I. i > ?. ;.t I A I I' i ?. Jui.ii.i.m I . ? , .1 , i, ,.L ? i . i ' TJio Duty Democracy- I Only One Remedy. | Reform With n. Vmwnnn J irww 1 The admlfbWof Governor Chamberlain's administration, who advise + the pQjnocracy to venture upon no opposition to bun In tho coming olec. tiw^ Jtat, ho bo tempted to neo tho corrupt 'machine^ at Uls command to detent not only his own opponent, but tho entiro Democratic ticket besides, adopt a questionable method of inquiring confidence in tho Governor's professions of honesty and consistent Reform. A ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 May 1876

THE SENTINEL. I. f. BRiDLffi Editor ud hwritta Tennis of Mulwcl'lptloiu On# Year ... ... * ....... $1 50 IH* Months . . 76 AdvertiNlug Riltcft. Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 00 yvr square, of (9) nine lines, on lkss, for the Uttt insertion, and 50 oonts for cach stthse{ ?nt insMtion. ^ Contract made for thkmi, six or twhlvi Months, on favorablo terms. Advertisement a not hatlhg tho number of l?s?rUo?a marked on them, will bo published Mil fbrbid and charged accordingly. These terms are so slmDle nnv child mav ? " I understand them. Nine lines is a square?' one inch. In ovory instance we charge by fh? space ecoupied, as eight or ton lines can b? made to occupy four or fivo squares, as the advertiser may wish, and is charged by the pace. WST Advertisers will please state the number of squares they wish thoir advertisements to make. PSf Business men who advcrliso to bo benefitted, will bear in miud that the oBnTineiij nas n larggpnu increasing circulation, and is taken by t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 May 1876

- LOCAL ITEMS. * Proceedings of the County Democratic Exeoutive CommitteePickens C If?, May 20, 187C\ Wumbas, At tho Into Domocrntio County convention, a proposition from Gnrvin club j *m submitted to saitl convention, proposing 1 ^ the consideration of primary cicction for enn- I ' uiaaies io nu me vnrioue county otliCes, ftnd | for metnb?rs)of tho Legislature; and whereas, | ' aid convention postponed tho consideration j ' of the same, until the next meeting of the 1 | convention; nnd whereas, the duties of said . % convention being a specific ono, to wit: Tho 1 election of delegates to the State convention which assembled in Columbia, on tho 4tli of Maj, inst., and, also, the election of a county , 1 executive committee, and after the discharge ' ef these duties, it did cease, in our opinion, j , to be a convention, and, therefore, unable to ] transaot any furthor business; and, whereas J 1 believing that it is the desire of many Demo- ! 1 crata in this county to have a primary e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 May 1876

The Bridie." " * * j A 8TOHY OF THE KKVOLpTIOtfAUY WAR< VL-7J AV.Vv(V\ \ K One aumiDflp,:night tho bluzp ol Many lights streaming from tlio win dows of art old Mansion, pGrchoti irmong tbo rocks and woodSj flashed . T V T" ..1. TT- ! tar ovor tbo davk waters of Lake Cbamplaiu, ( -a i .1 bar of that tension a p?f4y of tfrUfrb intoiest, if it was not tne most important ip tho world, wbilo tbo tread ot tbo dancors shook tbo floor of tho adjoining room. Yos; wbilo all is gayety and dance and music in tbe largest ball of Mie old mansion wboso hundred lights glanced taroirer tho waters of Cham' plain?lioro in this quiet room with tho cool evening breeze blowing in inoir iaccs tnrougti Uio opened windows' hero this party of British officers had assembled to discuss their favorito topic. That topic whs?tho bomparativc beauty of tho women of tho world. 'As for mo,' said a handsome young ensign* '1 will match tho v<j'.7 uptuous forms and dark oyaa of Italy againdt tho boauties of all th...

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

y ? # THE PICKENS SENTINEL. I |-^ I'll ! ; WW ; U?1 ,. 1,-: 1 i , i ...... ... <-, ....... . . _ .. . ...... ,i , . . ... t ' l. DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTEREST OF TIIE COUNTRY, VOL. V, PICKENS, S. C.t THURSDAY, JUNE I, 1876. ~ ? 'NO. 39, + ;? ?? ? : ' ^ 1ifiA TC*Mn0* ClMkrf** I I J " '* Oiganization + We published 10 onr last issno a capital article from the Kingstreo Btar on tho above subjoct, which we hope oar roaders havo cnrofully Weighed. Tho subject is ono of such r paramount iuiportanco at tho present timo that it deBorves to bo kept before our people. Our County in I860 wa* thoroughly organized and tho ^ white poopio voted lor sevoral year3 almost as a unit in tlio election of Stato and County officers. Frequent dofoat in otlior parts of tho Stato has, from a failuro to reap the oxpected q fruits, produced dis6aiisfaction, then despondency and finally diegust, resulting in disorganization and an al. most hopolcss prospect of reorganix...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 June 1876

THE SENTINEL. S. F. SSULGT. Editor and Itoitirtoi. ^ Z1-ME- . jgf T?rilis of $ul>Mcriptloii. One Year ... $1 CO 8ix Months 76 Advertising Rate**. Advertisements inserted at (he rate of $1 00 JW square, of (9) nine lines, on less, for the fftst insertion, anil 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Contraois made for turkh, 8ix or twelve mouths, on favorablo terms. Advertisements not having tho number of insertions marked on thorn, will be published yutil, forbid and chat-god accordingly. Thcso terms are so simple any child may understand them. Nino lines is a squareone inch. In ovcry instance wo charge by tho space occupied, as eight or ten lines can bo made to occupy four or five squares, as Hie advertiser way wish, and is charged by the upace. tuaf Advertisers .will j.loase state the number of squares they wish (heir advertisements to make. BfegT Business men who advertise to be benefitted, will bear in mind that the SENTINEL has a large and increasing circulation, and is take...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 June 1876

f. ? T nn a r tpm^iirn AJU AXJLldYJLkX Proceedings of tho County Democratic Exeoutivo Committee. ,'7 Pickens C II., May 20, 1870. Whereas, At tho lato Doraooratio County convention, a proposition from Garvin cl?l> f w?s flubtnittod to said convention, proposing tho consideration of primary cicotion for candidates lo fill tho various county officcs, and /or membors|of tho Legislature; and whereas, said convention postponod tho consideration of tlin Rftme. until tho noxt mooting of i.hn > convention; and whereas, the duties of said convention being a specific ono, to wit: The election of delegatoa to tho State convention which assembled in Columbia, on the 4th of ^ May, Inst., and, also, tho election of a county executive committco, and after the discharge of those duties, it did cease, in our opinion, to bo a convention, and, therefore, unable to transact any further business; and, whereas, believing that it is the desire of many Democrats in this county to havo a primary elec....

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