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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 June 1876

i .'rVr i' ' i-rr tt n ?i 11 From the Greenville Neu-s. Gov- Chamberlain and the# 'Conversion Bonds" and Blue Ridge ScriptGovornor forrv. as evorv ono ? / / %/ knows, has boon dinposod to look favorably upon Governor Obafnborlain as a bona fido roformorj and ho has> with his accustomod oarnostnoas, do> - tondod what no supposou to uo uno honost dosiro of Qovofnor Chamber-: lain to , , In view of tliia fnot, GoVornor Chamborlain cannot, witn honor, doroa sosablo demand, as it appears in his note to tho Grconvillo .Nows, inclosing iiuo louor irora Mr. I'mnps, uoui 01 which we publish without comment* Wo doasire that Governor Chamborlain may havo a fan* opportunity to defend himself, and wo trust ho Will sqccoods : ;<T:j\4 - ? Greenville, S. C., May 21,187G. M T U?.vl iui, uuiiui . jjijviuouu x nvim j uu for publication a privato lqttor which I think it my duty to lay beforo tho poople, in order that Govornor Chamberlain and tho South Carolina politicians alluded to, may oxpla...

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. — 8 June 1876

|j DEVOTED'JO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTEREST OP THIS OOtrtlTRY. ' - " , VQL- V- PICKENS, S, C., THURSDAY, JUNE"8,'T8T6. ?? =_-==_=^ { ^ "V WA WA 1 1 iA -t /-V 4- * /^v ?^v l tllO ItO mo Climnl flirwH nf fli? + 1 T .. . I ~~ " ' ?? . 1 uiiiiiiuiii^ciiiuilb -w Tho Southern Baptist Convention? Twenty-first Annual Session. Mb. Edituk: This body convened with tho First Baptist Church, Richmond, Va., May 11th, 187G, with J. r P. Boyce, DD., of Kontnckey, in tho Chair. After singing a hymn and rfifidincr llm Rp.rintnroR. urnvor 0 -r , J was offered by Hie ronorablo Thomas ^ Dawson, of S. C. who id now 87 years of ago. A list of dolegatc.s from each State boing furnished, the convention entered into tho election of officers. Dr > J. William Jones, of Richmond, mndo pleasant reference to tho faithful and ablo services of Dr. P. II. Mell, of Ga., ae president in punt yoars, and ^ .submitted his name, but Dr. Mell thanked tlio convention for past lionors and f >...

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. — 8 June 1876

THE SENTINELI ^L. D, F, BRADLEY, Editor and Frosriotor. r Tamoiu nf KuliM^'riiilioii. 0 Ono Year $1 GO Six Months 75 li Advertising Rates. Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 00 ( pur square, of (9) nine linos, ou lksh, for tho . Wat insertion, and 50 cents for cach subsequent insertion. Contracts made for tiirbk, MX or tvtklvk 1 months, on favorablo terms. < Advertisements not having tho number of l-.?<.w>plrnd An n?nm wilt hn nnhli?hnd runf I UUilO UlUIQVVt VM VHV.U, ..... wv ! rnitil forbid anil charged accordingly. Those terms nr? so simple any child nmy understand them. Nine lines is a square? ono inch. In every instance wo charge by iho spaco occupied, as eight or ten lines can bo mado to occupy four or five squares, as tho advortiscr may wish, and is charged by the spaco. asr Advortisera will pleaso state the number of squares they wish their advertisements to make. war Business men who advertise to he benefitted, will bear in mind that the SENTINEL. has a larg...

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. — 8 June 1876

% ' I??"??mm?? im m i ? LOCAL ITEMS. f - - Pronfifldinarfl of tho Countv Democratic Executive Committeo. Pickens C U., May 20, 1870. WnP.RBAS, At the lato Democratic County o?nvontion, i\ proposition from Garvin club f was eubmittod (o said convention, proposing tho consideration of primary election for candidates to fill the various county offices, and for mombera.of the Legislature; and whereas, aid convention postponed the consideration of the samo, until tho noxt meeting of tho convention; and whoreas, tho duties of said convention being a spccifio one, to wit: Tho election of delegates to tho State convention which assembled in Columbia, on the 4th of r May, inst., and, also, the eloction of a county xecutivo committeo, and after tho discharge of these duties, il did ooase, in our opinion, to bo ft convention, and, therefore, unable to transact any further business; and, whercast '} belloving that it is the desire of many Demo-' cratfl in this county to have iv primary election...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 June 1876

Governor Chamberlain issues OommisN sions for Four Years to Judges Reed and Shaw' ' " L 1 ! " Columbia, May 20. Tlio following lettor was yesterday addressed by Governor Chamberlain to Ibo Secretary ot State: Statk of South Carolina. t^vrfntrrpttro i JUAUiVUilTCt VUfliUDblVj Columbia, May 25, 1870. The lion. II. E. Ilayue, Secretary of State: DeAf Sir?On the 11th day of Do. comber, 1874, tho lion. J. P. ltood was elected judge of tho Circuit Court of this Siato for tho First Judicial Circuit, and on tho 12th *day of February, 1875, tho Hon. A. J. Shaw was elected judge of the samo court for tho Third Judicial Circuit and commissions wore duly issued to tho said persons, in accordanco with the certificates of the clorka ot tho two houses of the General assembly, for tho unexpired torms of their pro dcoessors in oflico. On tho 21st day of December, 1875> I filed a statement ol my reasons for refusing to issue commissions to W. J. Whippet- and F. J. Moses, Jr., who claimed to havo b...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 June 1876

I t \ ' . DEVOTE? T? P >LWI :S, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND 10 THE GENERAL, 1NTEKEST OK TJIJB COUNTRY. J|*Mrii?i?IftiA _ J I. r-* -i ? ? "> ? ' - -*'* ** ' > ... ... ... ^ . A. ? &***?*& ivJalL-"ZT,I,I*,B*"11 ' 1 * -- -? manmsmt* uutappYr*vaM?B| YPL Tju? m ?J * ---s-tiKJPSNS, S. C., TilURSDAY, JUNE 15, 187(1. """"Ml .fry St..''.. . . v. . *11 ;. .? y?A _ ? : , . ii i ifiawniTMUML * 11 ^ \ 4-i rvn o I Indian Iriboe." Dr. Montcomorv. of I OUR CENTRNWt at. trwoB I? - - - Willi 11 Lllll^cXLlVJUCS The Southern Baptist ConventionTho Convontion, in sossion in Kiclimond, Va., from May 11th to tho 15th, ongagcd in dovotional oxorcisos ono tolf hour of ouch dny; and, on tho dhy sot apart for tho consideration of tho claims of Foreign Missions, tho prayor meeting was particularly in*, terosting, having special rcforonco to that work. Ponding tho adoption ol' * a resolution o fie rod by T. T. Eaton at tho cIobo of tho dovotional hour.? fut tlio encouraging results -of tho rs of tho...

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. — 15 June 1876

THE SENTINEL^ LKSWtfl* ?auor m rrowMtor. Twain of NiibNfi'iption. Oflfl Year fl !>0 <54* Months 71 Advertising Rales. A.dverltMia?n(8 insertod at tho rate of $1 00 Jflfrtquare, of (ft) nine lines, on bias, for (he pit Insertion, 60 eanls for caoh subecOutfraote made for Timaa, six or twwt* AVUVPVpMW nttTsog me uuuiuvr ui Uia?Hlo&a marked on them, will be published ttatfl forbid and charged accordingly These terms are so simple any ohild may ttaderetft&d them. Nine lines is a square? ow inch. In over/ instance we oharge by the space aooupied, as eight or ten lines can b? made to oooupy four or five squares, as (he advertiser may wish, and is oh&rgod by the space. AdvortiBora will please atato tbo number of squares they wish tholr ?rlvertiBcmeofn lo make. 19* Business men who ndyortiso to ho benefitted, will hear in mind that tho flRRlTINBLhMi a largo and increasing olrottetion, and is takon by the very class of pititton* whose trade they desire. W* '1 ' -7-: ---?PIC...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 June 1876

LOCAL ITEMS. - - # - . MUUUV IP UV'iUg U?HW?UVI. Our public well hooJh attention, 8wcct potatoes lire being planted in abuud ftneo in tbiri BCetiou. r ,m* Hoftvy rainn fell in this Motion on Monday night and Tuesday morning last. Kvory Township in this County now has Its Domooratlo Club, and caoh of them t?ro growing rapidly. Wo arc to Imvo no oourt until tho Novembor Torm, Jtulgo Cooke having decided not to hold any '.bin week, Cel. Anderson tliiflin V..3 oorn t' ? IIo ifl going 'o get married when his "roastw.g ?*ra" conio.s in. k ?<B> ? Wo learn (hat <li" v '.cut in romo rlions of the County fallen <lowu from t!r> oflTectn of rupt ami will he a total fail-:: ? Captain Thornloy i-j having tho finishing touch put upon hi? house by tho painter Ilia * lmprovomenfa ha*o a<lde<l muoh to the value and appoaranoe ofhieplaoo. Wo would like to have items weekly from Eaaley, Liberty ami Central. Can't eomo friend at each place get them uj fin uaT , Candidates arc moving...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 June 1876

Mr- Waraar.Tries It^ f ,n. ? i-vrv. __il rode kcmo In anvJprtM VKgttft'n* other day haviu<.' a hand $ro oxtiu^uishor and tho driver for company., incomom pt iiou b tones as utio oDoijyja * What's tbftt* wyj2?S22? oxtinguisber?fo$8t HfWRb j\ saw?meant & havo got ona a year 'Jooob.yon ure alwajo making a <ool of yoursoif, alio continuod as sho uaau get$^rf/uud you as a eat lays fur DMlNtt a?9$c#^ - fltese, oil? If you know any at all you'd know that evof'y "Btor'O'ftnd ttfflfco in KNitroit has one o'tlicse. Thoy've I saviid'lofG<-&* buildings, and may eavo m i i m ? 'Yoti throw it at tho fire, do yon?' the asked, iji sarcastic tones. y k lie carried it up stairs into a closet withontfrcplying, and She loHowcd'un and asked: c ..... ??*.? 'Does it shoot a tire onlf 'If you don't know anything I'lf learu yau nouioliiingL It is .full of iM 6n -this knob on top mRrfhVs lu! 10fray t$ open tliio iaucetwu&vtaftoB' tho firo.' \ ? .ateimim ?? "* around, You eoe tbeBO BtrapB...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 June 1876

' DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY. 1VOL. Y. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1876. NO. 42. ,* ??*'.' ' ^ OTJR CENTENNIAL LETTER- | frioud, uWhv any fool could boo that I vouraoat i? th? ??? I L ? Piiiladklphia, Juno 14, 1870. * AQRIOtfLTUltAL IIALL. For tho past four weeks wo havo been wandering about through tho ? .Main Hall, crammed to ropletion with nil Borta ot lnuiscnbablo boautioe and wonders, gathered from tbo tonr quarters of tbo .earth and the scattered islands of tbo Boa. Marvellous indeed are they?wondors such as lew of ns can oxpect to see again?but hero is an exhibition ot over threo hundred buildings, many of them worlds in themselves, containing vast storos of wealth, and grand contributions of genius which must bo seen but cannot bo described. Buildings whose names afford not the slightest indication of the treasures they possess, or tho uses to which they arc applied, and the character I here give, applies partic...

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. — 22 June 1876

THE SENTINEL. D. r, BMLEY, Editor aid Tioniitor; Terms of Subscription, One Year $1 60 Six Months 76 Advertising Hates. Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 00 yor squaro, of (9) nine lines, on lkss, for tho first insortion, and 50 cents for each subsequent insortion. Contracts mado for thkek, six or t\*klvk months, on favorablo torus. Advertisements not having the number of iiusortious marked ou Ihem, will bo published until forbid and charged accordingly. These terms arc so simple any child may understand them, Nino lines is a square? one inch. In evovy instanoo we charge by Iho spaoo occupicd, as eight or ten lines can bo made to occupy four or five squares, as the advertiser may wish, aud is charged by the space. AUYunwers win pionse suue uic number of squares they wish their advertisements to make. liuaiuvss men who advertise to bo benefitted, will bear in miud thai the SENTINEL lias a large and increasing circulation, and is taken by tho very clasa of persons whose trade ...

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. — 22 June 1876

/ localT items. - . r,r:. i , Pigeons are getting numorousin town. The nights, for tho last wook, have boon too cool for tho benefit of eottoD. Small grnin not cut beforo tho storm Was ^ nearly all destroyed. Garden vegetables about this place aro a. bundant. The public wall romalns unrepaired. IL , noeds attention badly. Ilorso racks aro badly need in ffout of tho stores. ^ mm 0 AU the shade trees set out on Main sh eet last spring have died. The job will be to do ? ?# The peach crop in this County is a totftl failure. Thero will prohably bo a half crop f of apples. We learn that the Sassafras Gap Turnpike road was so badly washed by tho recent rains, that it is not oren passable on horseback. ^ A party in inis piaoo ana vicinity, propose to take tlicir centennial in the mountains of North Carolina. I'rot. Carlisle will acccpt our thanks for a lot ot the finest Irish potatoes wo have seen , this season. C. L. Ilollingsworth, Esq., iuforms us that his crop on Twolvo Milo River is to...

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. — 22 June 1876

4 i ' 11"LJ LU "Conditional" Democracy* 'friero is no such tiling as "conditional Democracy/' A man is either a prononnccd beliover in the fundamental and vital principles of Democ> racy, as they aiiso and demand ap* plication in tho affairs of government^ or lie is emphatically opposed therotoj or he may ho ignorant concerning principles of administration, and neither a believor nor au unboliovoi I? T\ ? 14. _ 1 HI i/OIIIWIHUjr, IUr IV IB DQlIlflHIlUg which bo does not roally understand, This, however is to bo said: Tiier^ ie a very largo proportion of the community wbich is not indoctrinated in principle at all; is not wedded to pars ly at all?and which is only concern* ed with the purposes immediately at issue. There are Democratic doctrinairos; thoro were Republican doctrinaires in tho days whon Repnbli cauidui meant a coao 01 principles, pernicious or not; and thoro aro those who tiro noitlior to day. Mou who hiwo believed in Republicanism find that it means nothing, stands ...

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. — 29 June 1876

I THE PICKENS SENTINEL. f dm voted to politics, morality, education and ro tiie general interest of this country. YOL. V. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1876.NO. 43. ^ Railroad Diaaater- | was etill warm waslvitiir miaido Hiiwn I i.?wi ^ " - * 1? - ALL ON nOAUD PERISII. f ' f ? ... <5i> Friday last Goorgo VV. Williams and family, of Charleston, woro on their way in a chartorod car to Was ooocho Yalloy,in Georgia, this sido of Griffin, via Andorson, and when at that town ho loarnod that thoro was a broak in tho road noar Pondloton, and that it was useless for tho party to procood farthor. After Stopping at Andorson a iologram was dispatchcd ** to Col. Dodamoad by Mr. Williams, asking if ho would not that ovoning liavo his car dispatchod to Greenville. An affirrnativo answor was given and tho conductor and engineer with the % train hands, wont to Uollon. Aftor uncoupling Mr. Williams'car from tho train at Bolton itwastakon to Urocn-* villo by anotbor ongino. x TITK FATAL TKL...

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. — 29 June 1876

THE SENTINEL. 1. f, ttUlft, Sditsf ui rrouiitn, ] TeriuN of Nilbscrlptioiu ] * One fear 51 CO Six Months 75 G Advertising ItntoN. I Advertlsemenlsinsertcd attho rale of $1 0() ^ por square, of (0) nine lines, on lksb, for (he flret insertion, and 60 cents for each nubsc} "jquent ipB(Jrtion. 1 Contracts m?do for tiiukk, bix or twklvr ' - months, on favorable torms. t ? Advertisements not having the number of j insertions marked on them, will bo published ( until forbid and charged accordingly. *? ? ? ? ?i?1? 8 A HUOQ Wi mo Ol \J OU OIUI|/I? %?%mj VII I lv? >u IP j understand them. Nine lines is a square? ' one Inch, In orery instance wo charge by f the space oooupied, as eight or ten lines can ' bo mado to oooupy four or fivo squares, as tho | Advertiser may wish, and is charged by tho ( epuco. _ 88r Advortisers will please statotho num- | ber of squares they wish their advertisements to make. Busiuess men who adverliso to bo I benefitted, will bear in mind that the i ttENTINEL ha...

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. — 29 June 1876

TOCAL ITEMS. , To the Twelve Kile Biver Association Brother A- W- Lamar is Coming! 1)hau seitimkr. Ploaflo toll vour ninnv readers, tho good nows?the Rev. A. W. Lamar, Agent of tho Stato Missiou Board of the State Baptist Convention of South Carolina, vrlll visit our churches during tho months of T July and August,* begining at Liberty, Sundoy, July 'J, 11 o'clock a m; Flat ltock, Mon4 day, July 10,11 a in; Mount Pisgah, Tuesday, July 11, 11 a m; Six-and-Twenty Tuesday, July llj 4 j) m; BeaVcrdam, Wednesday, July i 12, 11 a m; Mountain Springs, Thursday * July 18, 11 a m; Iinon, Friday, July 14, 11 ( ft m; Cross Roads, Saturday, July 15, 11 a m; Qeorge's Crcok, Sunday, July 10, 11am; (Ea?Uy, Sunday, July 10, night; Mount Car. ? me!, B^lurday, July 22, 11am; Peter's Crcok, Sunday, July 23, 11 am; Ooleuoy, Monday, July 24, 11 a m; Holly Springs, Tuesday, July 25, 11 a m; Mountain Grove Wednesday, July 20, 11 a m; Antigcli, Thursday, July 27, Ham; Shady Grovo, Friday, July 28, 11 a p m...

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. — 29 June 1876

GorttmunicaftionS ' X)eau Sentinel: \Ve 6oe in youf tanno of tlio Btii instant. an article from the Inspired pqu of "Tom Bell,V in which bo makes a fling at Revenue officers. Now, "Tom," ought not to bo so * nnklnd as to wish us "between th$ plough handles" again. We ecrvod our time tlioro and at tho old Hold sohooi p.lao, and learned to spell ("oorj j?en") s or one. Have itMg such irtli&r advancements since, that Uncle Sam bae favored us with an appointment ns q Ilevonue Officer'. As this on-J ables us to pay fur what wo buy and sustain our credit?"Tom" ought not to make such ugly wishes. Wo like to got what wo ask for, have bced accustomed to gotting it, whether wo have the stamps or not, but if wo wero (Jeprivod ot our sourco of Ke* venue, we might got out ot rations and credit too. Now, "Tom," wo want to ask you a question. "Tom," did you write tho article or did 13klle write it? Wo think 13bi,lk (ono of those eolf constituted Belles) did it, and wo aro writing a benolit for...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 July 1876

I THE PICKENS SENTINEL. 1. I.I , -rrr-;?t?tfc=rt I ii i ' in I !> . . |t t. I ,, |,n I ,? J.'... . n MH,M t ==' . i ,, DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTEREST OF T1IE COUNTRY. ' ? . u . ; ; : ' , y ' . _ , <r ; , , rr VOL. Y. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1876. , NO, 44. I.I ??. * k m ?? I I ? ? ' 1 1 * ** * ' *' " \,m ,, mmt -%?. " ' ' " * - - ? - - ? ... .... . ? ? ? . mm k , , I *' I in I '.A 1 ..i W j 11 ,k ,ii I it till*. ? m ATT*D nfttTPWUTiT. T.WPTtl ll 4?-- ^ Philadelphia, July 1, 1870. .. ? . ) i agricultural hall. w i Mw, Doqlwtlk on Agricultural Ma cmi'rtBftir?Oraoker Mosaics-Dmplays of Canned Goods?The Gentleman from Maine?Singer r Sewing Machines?Visit of the T i r wrrmiatives? jlmmknsk jaion of Vrarroiw?Dom Pedho, Lotta, and Henry Wakd Beechek, eto. ^ "My grandfather would never ride on that ar' machine with a silk umborroler ovor his head, of hoknowed me, and turning around, 1 behold Mr. Doolittle contemplating a Uuck% eye Mower,...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 July 1876

Tir^sKRTm^LT D- F BRADLEY^ Editqr ^ropfiotorJ Term* of Nnjtaterlpiion. Ono Year, V. $1'" r,0 Six Months . , . . . . . ... t, 76 AdvertlNliiK AdTortisomonts inserted at (ho rate of $1 00 per square, of (0) nine linos, or lbss, for the Aral insertion, and 60 ocnta for oaoli subso< qaent insert ion. ? tioatraois nSsdo for thkib, six or twelve months, on favorable terms. Advertisements net having the number of . leeertieei ?oi%?d on thete, will bo publishod until forbid wed charged eooordingly. 1 a ncttu lorcub uro bo mmpie any oniia may understand them. Nine lines Is a square? 0110 inch, In every instance wo charge by the spaoo occupied, as eight or ton lines can bo made io ocoupy four or fivo squares, as the advertiser may wish, and is charged by the epaoe/ Advorlisera will ptease state the number of squaros they wish their advertisements to mako. mar Business men who advertise to bo | boncfUlod, will bear in mind that the SENTINEL baa a largo and increasing circulation, and is tak...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 July 1876

. jLOCAL ITEMS. * Metting of County Democratic Exocutivo Committee Pennant lo actyournmont, tho County Exeootiy? CommiUoo met at the Court Houtso, on Monday, tho 8d inet. Froaont, R. E, Mowou, Chairman; D. P. Bradley, Secretary; J. H tlcNMdU, W. 0. Fiold, B. J. Johnaou, J. E.' Borrougha. W. T. Field and John T. Lowia. Ro* Q W Singleton was admlttod aa proxy for T 8 JoneB, tnombor from I'umpkiutown dub*' Reports from oaoh club as to notion on primary plan of olcction for candidates, wan received, as follows.- Pickonsville club, adoptedj Liberty olub, rojocted; Garvin club, adopted} Easley olub, adopted; l'ickeng Court flotlso club, adopted; Dacusvillo club, adoptod; /' Pumpkiotown olub, adopted; Eastatoe club, f adopted. A majority of the oluba having : adopted the plan, tho following proamblo and ' " raeohitlons wero thon presented and unanl > moutly adopted: ' 1 WftfcnBAe, A majority of tho Democratic , j Oluba In tho oounty haying adopted tho plan Of primary oleotion for candid...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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