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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 January 1886

4, -O . P 2' VOL. XV. _PICKENS, 8. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 141886. NO.1I .1 I)ain!(c"" 1'I"utity, ml You nlirht l8 Well Ic,lnun ledge it. You KIPed him on the Sy. rit I heard tho srounld, for I was ntist unfortu- se uenhly by. The blushep now cOInllteco to chaco Each othet , . your cIek. do 0, never mil, I uuain'in Ial. you havo no t need to tpenct k. You ho!d your hit d1, in titrvuus clasp, ba You're nnrry, I supp"oe, bl That fortun+ wns so flek. then your secret t "Zoiose. ell, he,e's your in!, tnud hero, alsIs Your now of y'slter<lalty. I dare not rend ther1"o words again, 'twotuld - dri'vt my l"uns, away. O low could ru bal er,,cti il, <dear, and suffer thi that Ce- s? it And In a mtnteu turn the <tld of all our hnp pt nosu. O. do not woop. It brenk my hea't !h: To tlny tseo Wordis; not1. yet I'd willingly be 'inl agutn if I cou'd but for et, ecl Tih dow t,u hntken frota the floei touched 11 by n sifen hunJl. t. Ah, )ovel the wo ilhat wrfn)ga myt) heart you ut cannot IILe...

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. — 14 January 1886

T HE SJNT1NEL. J. E. II04 15 Eorron. . 1. IADLEY & CO., PltorltTOns. P'ICi(EN\S 0. 11..$. U.: THUR$DAY, JANUARY 14, 1886. The lower House of Congre9 has for ty six conlmitteo-4 The Rico drOp of 188a" is heaily ton blo that of th(' ytaT plreviouis. .hii i po:t ofilco intipector wAs around 4ast week, but lie did not co:nplain Mf having any thing to do '1'he last sale day in (reivillo the grounds belonging to the Piedmont Yair llssooiation, (A nerm", was sold for $15, 800. The association, is said to be al aost without any assets. Uharkmlon Pre ibytery at a call meet ing last week instructed its (t,uididite f6r the ninistry who is at the Columbia Sem inary to leave. It also adopted resolu loici (ldaring Dr. Woodrow to he unfit for a pnofttssorship in the Sominary-, Tho Liquor Question has booi up in the United State s Snuate. In consider ing joint t-lle 13, which provides that no liquor sldl be solt in the c.pitol, an attempt was made to amend it so as to uxclude it entirely. After...

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. — 14 January 1886

"'Co t o SI ,ona%o bi s o1 MUMi 'k ol? InC p eg e th inst. Keowes Courier of 1t*Mk state that ohn Smith is marrde. The acreage in small grain is muol 1s in this county than it was last ye hre are only two prisoners in Jai awaiting p at the ensuing term o Jack fnnon, Jx., colored, a ten yea old son of Jack Cannon, died on th 21h uit. Mr. Andrewbearden, of Oconee Cours ty, made nine five hundred pound bale of ootton on eight acres in 1885. Al school claims for 1884.85, mtist b prednted for payment on or before th 1st day of Febuary. S If the trperaturA d6As not rise befor eourt convened, the juries will have t mke short work of their verdicts. A communication was received at thi offioe last week, widoh had no signatura It was not in aecordance with rule thre -and oi course we coul4 not publish it. Attention is called to the slight chang in the notice of the Auditor, which th inolemency of the weather made necee ary. 'The Mithodist Sa)bath Shool hAM snow plow. Its bell rung out on th i...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 January 1886

Aaalk LQrl =aR i'rAWeV Af'i'$ o0 ea "X*A>L AtmO111nTs ltew Laws and Ola Lawe tsa40d over to i4 "e 1Lae Thas--sTrae01e00lst et a 1fard-10e4- fl Leg hsea. i Act to pro1 Ide for and regulate thte.I lnooporattion of towns of less than. one tbua4ituia.sltttaSm.Act to authorize the'ounnty col; mis- o riuners Af Hampton coun ty .-w open and congtruct a public highway across cl Cusas hatctie tw am p. P 0 Act to authorize the truetees of the a aireruliy of 8outh Carolina to sell wertain property belonging to the Sonth Carolina College. Act to provide for and r egulate the 1 Incorporation of manufacturing con paass In tius State. Act to incorporate the town of 0 Mount Carncel, on the Savannah Val ley Railroad, Abbeville county. Act to prescribe the prrities of er tain stattory liens. Act to i dorpforate the Wilmington, Cbadtourue and Conway iailwg y C.pany. Act to provide two additional trial jstice for Clarendon county. A Joint Resration to authoritie the .C school Irustees of School Dint...

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. — 21 January 1886

- U' 'N 7,4 * . { .''r w., r t y i ) ,. 1 r 14 1 i '' 'r-i'' , ,* ., NINO .4 4 KVOL, XV. S'PICKENS, S.C., THURSDAY, JANUARY)1 86 O Bonnie Stratheyre. There's meadows in Lanark and mountains ir Skye, Al M1 sure in Illoland and1( Lawlands forbyoe But there's nao greator luck that the heart could desiro Than to herd the fine cattle in bonnio Strath oyrc. 0. Jt.'s up in the morn and awa' to the hill, When the lnng simuner days aro sue warm and sao still, Till the peak o' lict Voirlich is girdled wi' Bre. And the ovenin' 'a's gently on bonnie Strath oyre. lfon there's mirth in the shelling and love in iny breast, When th o sun Is gane doun and the kyo are at rest; For there's mony a prince wad be proud to aspire To 1ny winsome wee Maggie, the pride o' AtrathoyroI Her lips are like rowans in ripe simmer seen, And mild as the starlight the glint o' her eon; Far sweeter her breath than the scent o' the briar, And her voice is sweet music in bonnie Strath oyre. Set Flora by Colin and Maggie ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 January 1886

F. BRtADLEYeC,fdn -os U - b PICK ENS 0. HJ.,S. tJ.: C THURSDAY, JAMA NUAY 21, 1886. t Yp to Janiary the 15th more t1;tn .4,000 bills had been bitroduded in the t rongrss. Railroad corporations throughout the poulttrj ie adoptin; prohibition rules t fy. the prevention of accidents. A pro- t minent official has said,few have arty idea of the imnmoise sums paid by railroads on accidents directly traceable Id whisky Send us a letter from your section giving us the news. If you find nothing .else to write about, 'cuss out' the Logis lature. Such things are thought to bo very popular just at this time, but don't nay anything tnat will scare a new man off from becoming a candidate. Our constitution vests in the pooplo the grand and glorious right to petition. Doubtless the pooplo of OieolMlll, An derson and Abbotillo counties d'o not estoom this such a precious right, since their ptitions on the whiskey question voro summArily rejetted by the Legisla ture. Messrs. Cary and Gossett of our n...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 January 1886

The snow seems to have 'od to May. For several days 1st week 'elging was good. Las6 week many of the littlo birds were frozen to death. Miss S. E. Lewis has r6turned from her visit to Walhalla. The recent snowstori was the heAviest ever known in Galveston Texas. Some parties were in town last Sab bath !huntiug a stray mule, "The Mother-in-law" is the name of a e 4 ~ paper,'published in Mexico. At some places in this county the re cent snow was eight foot deep. t Itjis feared that great injury has been done to the grape vines by the recent cold Misses Lizzie and Olive Thornloy are 1 visiting their sister, Mrs. J. McL. Sea- I brook of Walhalla. 3 Miss Nina D. Lewis haa returned from a brief visit to relatives and friends in t Ooonee. Juige Witho'rs1don, Solicitor Sr, and stenographer Aiken are stopping at the Hotel DoThornley. When the cold wave takes its leave, look out for good spring like farming t weather. The inclemency of the weather made it necessary to postpond the oyster su p...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 January 1886

F AIL ; '; '" JUiW* i6x7U . ltj Q 49 tL)k 'O F LA,) t" , "\ ' 1'e .aarkable Career of Colon161 Itic1. '"Soun-e Rises from as Poor Rvy to ho tbe itoheat Planter In the World. Tho death of Colonel Edmund Rich. trdson, the Cotton king of tl:o world, Which occurred at Jackson, Mliss., on ondttay niight. was not unlike that of' WYilliam H. Vanderbilt in itst sudden ties and general character. Ile loft iackPon the Sunday before on a visit to Vicksburg, and his son, W. B. itich ardson, who was with him there all dav Monday, says he had never seen his farther in better apparent health or in Auer spirits. Oa, his retunl trip to Jackson his fellow travelers comment ed on his extreme jocularity. HI ar" rived at Jackson at a little before 10 o'clock Monday iight anid went to supper in the Edmunds hlouse restau rant. ie intended taking the 1:30 night train for Now Orleans. After supper he crossed the street to see to some persons who were makinr clothing for the convicts which he em~ ployed. A f...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 January 1886

'4 17 7"4*477 J.f .dr '' ryy .y ( " #" Ar !h. . ' + ,4 .'.v'. ' + " a L 1 y {. y ." S" . .,Yn , / h ' _ " , F:. + 1 t^ 1'Ij"4'i r", ., T ' 1' 1 t'r .,'. " ~{ Y 4\4 f "G 1 t ..' A i \ t't ? '.+ . - r y (Y,+ VOL. XV. PICKENS, S. C,, THURSDAY JA-NU ( "' r M .^r wwww w wwl wrlw ew ..w. S A. Desperate Thought. "What If there is no Godl" The dreadful thouprht Took hideous shapo within my mortal brain, c Then instantly my share of mortal pain . Pressed heavier on my heart. Like some great blot, ] Hurled out on space, some blighting usoless spot Reeking with tears and bloodshed, greed ai)d gain, This sorrow-laden world scomed made in vain, And but a ghastly jest, man's anguished lot. The universe contracted on my sight, Down to the limits of a prison pen Its one dark door, an opening in the sod. I flung my arms up heavenward in affright I or e ddon madness menaced mo-and tuen I cried aloud, "There Is, there Is a God i" -Ella Wheeler Wilcox. MISTAKEN. Thoughtless Words and the Results They W...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 January 1886

J. E. R0GGS En3DTOl i. F. BRI'L LEY & CO., Pi 1nir rolls;. PICKENS 0. 11..S. C.: T. R SD AY , JA N U AR Y 28, 1 8 t . Cohnfe.rence. The Quarterly C'onfecrenec met with tho Mothodi8t Church at th:i-s Nace last Saturday' Afte ettendit:g to gener,l routine work ia re'olutiol was pa:sel to sell tioe proall3Otige it iasloy and btty a t $iainor property at this Il.co. A cm- t mittee was a1pointcd to c.:rry out the koaolution.L On Sabbath there was Toe cea:t at nineO o'clock, pr1oaebin1g at eleveni, Suni day B' hool at three. after whlit"h thec presiding Elder, .Recv '. T. (t, .leirt, preai_d it mnost intt:'rc;ting ; imo to the chillroti. At night the pulpit was >cupied by the pastor, Mr. Davis. The door oi the Church w, opend and six of the Sabbath School ('hildrn wore ro. deivedl into the chu r !t. End of Court. Court aljourneld on Welnesiday, the 20th iusRt. Onliy one0 esiininal case was triod a fter t r report of last week closed, the Sttatc vs. A. L. Beacham for arsont. Vihe de...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 January 1886

SPoty aaliikrt has'. benri i4t ~tioiog several 4s1,. Prof. T. W. RatolTe ib n Jowu teaching i 1rge dil s in penmanship. ; he Mis'es 'thornley hinvo returned 1 from their viRit. to Walhalla. If you want stylinh, good fitting, gdod I olothes, buy from F. W. Poe & Co. The dimnge to the small grain from oold has no6t Uddri as great as wan sus- 1 poted. - There is a goodly numbor of fine look- i ing, indu.strious young mon attending f tIe Pieduidnt I1nstitute. The public school term will begin in n the Piedmont Instituto on the 1st day of e Febrtuary. At the last term of the cotirt, the t amount of the corttiicaten issued to ju- r rors, colntablos and witndsses ?as $239.- s 80. DO tidt forget that the tine ii which t fo make returns of your property to the t County Auditor, is out on the 20th of Feburary. Dr. Frank Smith of Slabtown, wan in Pickens last week. rThe world seems to be using him kindly, and his many friends at this place were glad toFsoe him. Mr. J. MeD. Bruce, of Easley...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 January 1886

llonerafta ii fehlerm enatet2 Appointaaen of'zprlmntu$ers sf tae yera'aCuftoi. e %'l e Board of A$iricultare has $p propriated 1,800 fur the /purpose of pncouraging practica expliments in the it clture of tobacco in this State; $60 a , be given to one farmer in each r bonnty, selected by a committee of j three practical farmers, and 4 premium i S104) to the farmer reporting the g est. results. b The Beard has issued a circular con- d taining the following comdltions, which l muwt be complied with: d "One acre of land must be culti. vated in tobacco. A cori ect record p must be kept, showing the date of ft eeeding and setting plants, the variety a of seed used, the character of the soil, n the quantity and kind of f'e tilizer tl appliod, the daily condition of the weather duriny the season (tempera- r" ture and raiinfall), the cost of produc- v Jng the orop, including every item of a e*ponso connected therewith, the num- e ijer of days' work given to the crop, b kind and cost of labo...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 February 1886

. - / - VOL.XV. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY_4 1886 NO 19 Autumn Scenes. Slue are the hill-tos away in the distance, ATid noisily trilleth the locust his lay, Dreaming beoometh a part of existence, 4 And mogneth the wind as it shivers away. Bustling the maples till leaves fall and qu ver, And rattling the blades of the brown-tasseled a ing ter g eod riplin the river, The stiliness is startled by sound of nuts drop ping The ereek is half-covered with butternut leaves - White oows in the sunshine and shadow are Theseshgis grinding the gold from the Now sail through the azure the spirit of flowl ers With white wings outspread in a glorjflod way: Moths nervously tiit for their few happ hours It seemeth the morn of tho world a Final Day., And hark l at the sunrise the chantieleer's crowing, That ringeth as sweet as pure Israfeel's voice 1 To school, now, the shouting, gay children are going-1 'Ibe only activity, color and noise. Ah dear are the t! hildren i-the tidy girl airy The b...

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. — 4 February 1886

ho S EWINt *1:1 ADLIBY &CO, aOrintsTOWS. 'IOKENS 0. H..S. C.: : 1t DAY, 'F1BItARtY 4, 1886. Mr. rnldley's Defenes i Thee are some things in our friend S andpartneris dlence that we do not taho b: great pleasure in publishing. We refer of to those portions which reflect upon N 5em of the citizens of this County. But there is supreme gratification in the fact that Ovry lhin of the defeice is legiti mate material for publication made so by a designing unprovoked attack on d Major Bradley, to defeat his confirma b tion, and we presume that all who have endeavored to assist Mr. Brayton, have s done so willingly. Sd Whatever objec- a tion' thtle liiay'be to the 'pub1ldation of i the reply to Mr. Brayton, we answer it t in the Iaeonic words from the Bard of b Avon: "Tie in ourselves that we are t thus or thus." If the name of anyone v appears in these columns accompanied t with words not the most respectful,' it is there as the legitimate eonseqddnes of his own act, as much so as if he...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 February 1886

e nsw sohyo lailding at leoaral *111 soon be ooa pleted. The trnesatence of blundotp oousisti in ever m pg the satl MhA4 twice: r . Donohoo Arrived in Central las i week with tMo car loads of mules. Apd horses. Mr. A. 0. Wolborne, of Greonville", was in town last Saturday on profession sl business. We zry sorry that sickness preven ted our g the engagdment at Griffin Uast Saturday night. Mrs. Cater, of Hurricane Township, was arrested last week on a charge of el1ling whiskey without a license. Mr. G. W. Taylor returned to Pidkene last week with his brides He is stop. ping at the Hotel deThoruley. We regret to announce the death of Mr. C. P. Bunion of lia tieyt which o0 burred :at his residence on the 81st ult. If any of the neighbors are troubled with calves wandering around loose, let them tie an oyster can to their tails. This remedy has been tried in Pickens and found effectual. Married, on the 28th ult., at the resi dence of Mr. Harrison Jones, in the town of Easley, by S. D. St...

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. — 4 February 1886

tO ~ ~ nna yW/,wfkItill be.. bered that tnas nyon wh tba board of directors of the law uitenti*ry,,at.their meetings held in tow ibaz.. early part, of this mouth, leased im three plantations for convict residence low labor we 'not made public because whi the contrlet had not been committed It i to writing. Much interest has been. subi exhibited n the matter, and it seemed par desirable that the public should be in- ten formed of the details of the contracts. by I Inquiry was made this morning at the the offee of the Clerk of Court for this wol county, and It was found that the nau deegers and Sims contracts had been Spa signed and were in the Clerk's hanas as a awaiting record. ap: The lease of the Seegers plantation ma contains the following provisions: wid John C. Seegers leases to the board of win directors of the penitentiary for a hoy term of five years from January 1, and 1886, his "Big Lake" plantation, locat- we ud in Richland county, aome miles wa Delow Columbia. He ag.tees...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 February 1886

4A V O L ! x v .--4.N f l L. XV. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11 1886 IoniiisceJco of Bar Harbor. mad"n t went sailiig till daintily tires . One bright sutiner <lay is the eun went down: And for a rich yac1htsa1"n eutch a!riletl hor liast, While thoir motliers stood watching theu' out of the towa. For mindens mist niarry andi mothers are decop, And mien to escapn then strict watches musi keep Whero the iaiLor liar is monning. Three mothers <toorl ,nxiously out on the Thit afternoon ai the sun wc11t down, And their wor<ls were swect and their smiles were bhitil As tiey covertly watche< for the yachtsnen browna. For mother-4 inust work, and mothers must Rohenme, And all men are wary anti not, what they seem Where the IEarbor Itr is motnning. Three mailens ill senstek aIII ili as can be ('Twas evening then and the sun had gone down); Threo ynhelitcna'n, ill laughing with ill-sup. - , prerse<l uieo, Were bringing those mialens right ack tc the town. For mien will i:u...

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. — 11 February 1886

1 r . J. OGGS EDIORI. " F. URADLEY & 00., PnorgizTQ0s. PICKENS J. 1. .S. C.: THURSDAY, FEBRUA1IY 11, .1886. The Agricultural ircau. One of )awusville's most substantial' farmers says ho thinks tlia Agrieultural Bureau is a failure, or at least that ho I and niany othfrliave not yet been able to see any of its good results. Ho thinks it will make a grand success this year as a speculating schene, as it will doubt loss be overwhelmed with ten pound packagei of leaf tobaco, from hundreds of farmers in the State who will strive for the $100.00 prize which has been of fered. He says the sooner it is wiped out or rovolutionizel the bettor it will be for the State, Anythiug Fishy? Mr. C. J. Iluske, the Superintendent of Fislheries for the State has sent in his r: signation. It is understood that his reason for reigning, is because the Board of Agriculture has refused to make the n1eceNsiry appropriation for him to attend to the duties of his office sucoss fully. Several of our. exchang...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 February 1886

0ol. BA. 0 dhas the inest hor in tb oounty. )ev. H. MoLees is teaching a ma sohdol M W$iamston. # Mr. V E. Robinson attepded ti United St as Court last week. Reserve cotton was moved to marko rapidly last week, and it is still mol iug. Nine*-three pupils answered to ro eUsltlhe Methodist Sabbath Schot unday. The Phantom Party at the Hotel d Thoruley last Friday night was a mat nificent success. The liabilities of Mr. C. P. Runio recently assigned, are $3,000, asseti about $1,6000. Mrs. Polly Caphart is gradually grow lug worse. There is not much hope fa her recovery. Mr. Joe Brunson, son of Caption . W. Bronson, has returned from his tri to Texas. The reason some people do not atten balls, they dislike to walts with member of the church. There are upwards of one hundre pupils attending the Piedmont Institut< The management of the school seems t be constantly increasing in popularit3 * On the morning of the 4th inst. th ground was again white with snow. ] was very light, but it li...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 February 1886

bi of she)Re t 1I +stoa---VaMa er. Odndtte. th t-..mhtte Aareuie . n t os+Cety at (4'om the Neows and tGrier.) P .'ho annual meeting of the .State m Grange of Sonth Carolina was hold in i the Annex of the Agr'ionitit'i 1ialiat at 11 o'clock on Wednesday morning, of with Col. J. N. Lipscomblii the'hair. b Upon the roll of the Orange being p, oalled the fo'Iowing oflicers and w members responded: Si J. N. Lipscomtl,.'V. M.; A. P. But ler, W. 0.; 8. A. Adams, W. L. J. M. Striblin, steward; A. M. Aiken, treasurer; T. W-. Hoiloway, se(retarv ; M. P. C. Colvi, G. K.; rs.. Jtliae Parrott, Ceres; M1 rs. A. ,.C. Adamns al 7 omona; Mrs, M. A. -Love, Flura Mrs. E. M. Lipscomb, L. A. U,. 0 The following counties were rpe rer-sented: Abbeville, Anderson, Chester, Fairfield, Kershaw, Marion, Marlboro, r Newberry, Oconee, Orangebrg, Spar- t tanburg and Williamsburg. After the roll had beet called, Col. J. N. Lipscomb, the Worthy Master, read his annual address, in whirh ho discussed the progress m...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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