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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 July 1876

nil ?????IH'HMIIM A, Modotn Job BY mZAKItli. Hogg*' faco looked as mournful as ft gravoyard by moonlight as ho descended tho stairs of his boarding honso, one morning last woolc, wliilo tho mincing mannor in which ho stepped and tho wido detour ho mado to avoid anything touching him was calculated to givo ouo tho impression that ovorythlng was not'sereno. Oh, old sport, how's things? shouted young Trippor, overtaking him in tho hall and rushing past him. Durnatiou! I wish you'd look where vnii'i'n rnniiiiurl nvnlnimnd H lwthiw ing ou to tho bannisters, and wriths ing around ub if in agon)'. Why, I scarcely touched you at all, said tho young man, stopping and looking tit him in amazement. Touched tho d?1. You hit one of my biles hard enough to knock a horse down, screamed I3oggs, wiping tho te^rs out of his eyes. Thou why don't you keep your boils out of tho way if you don't want to got them busted? replied Tripper, gotting tuad and sassy. I'll bust the man that busts ono of them, if...

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. — 13 July 1876

THE PICKENS SENTINEL. * . - DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO TlIB GENERAL INTEREST OF TUB COUNTR*. VOL. V PICKENS, S. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 13, .1876~ ~ NO. 45, Echoes of St- Louis. WilAT TIIK COUNttty TUINK8 OF TILDBN * AND TUEMDRICKS. W A8Biif<yM&f, July 2.?Speaker Korr, immediately on tho reception of tho nows of the nomination ut St. telegraphed from tbo Rock11m Snrinofl. Vn.. where lin is staying f>r tlio boncfit of his health to Senator McDonald,of Indiana, in care of Senator Tlmrman, as follows: UI sincorely rejoico in the hold and faithful declarations of principles and duties made by tho Nationnl Democratic party at St. Louis, and I regard it now as tho highest public duty of ?very Domocrat and of every trno friend of reform and honest administration throughout tho country to giro to the every way oxcollent and admirablo ticket nominated there a hearty and vigorous support. Vic~ x tory will surely reward proper and honorable efforts in their behalf, an...

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. — 13 July 1876

THE SENTINEL. D. V BRADLEY, Editor & Prop^^w 1 Term* ofMnlHcfrlBo^V I < OM Yjir i, . S . k . . W . Bo ' i Six Monthr". . . *"! *?. W76 H lAvcrthin^ Rates. 1 Advertisements inserted fit the vale of $1 00 1 per square, of (9) nine lines, or less, for the I first insertion, and CO cents for cacli subse- r quent insertion- , Contracts made for tiiukk, six or txvklvk ^ months, on-favorablc terms. .... Advertisements not having tho number of Misorlions marked on them, will be published ' until forbid and charged accordingly. I Theso terms arc so simple any child may I understand them, Nine lines is a square? f one inch. In every instance we charge by , the space Occupied, as eight or ton lines can bo made to ocoupy four or fivo squares, as the Advertiser may wish, auu ih cmuguu uy iuu epace. Advortisers will please state the numbor of squares they wish their advertisements to mako. war Business men who advertise to be I bonofittcd, will bear in mind that tho HKNTltflL has a largo a...

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 July 1876

Zlocal itemsT ' Our jail i? empty. ' - : <?? '* ?Mr. Anthony Lewis informs us that he killed a wild oat laat week. ?? DemoerMa remember (ho 18th of Agust, f and'turn out to a man. , The heat has beon in the superlative degree for lh? last few days. w , ^ t Samuel J. and Thomas A. rlilmos vory t well. O F<<oplo should now plant the second crop of Irish potatoes. The up land corn is beginning to need rain. The Ftokons string band trill discourso some of its sweetest music at tho entertain lent on (Saturday eveningr 1 Wamtbd?A. candidate for Coroner of this County; also, three County Commissioners. - % White Radicals arc getting almost as scarce M hen's teenth in this County. Th? bridgo over Town Creek, near this pUoo is a nccosHily, and wo hopo it will be rebuilt Boon. Mrs. Thornloy aefat to our ofllco tliia weok, * an Irish potato, which weighed 14J ouncea.? Hard to boat. jL?on i mn 10 give uio i nuwmimg iviucnaiu^ msnt a liboral patronage on tho 16th inst., an tho objoot is...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 July 1876

Platform of tho National Democratio Party. Tfr-tt %L 1* , 1 v' a A A Wo. t.l in finlr?f*nfou nf tlin n nmAnvnf I .. fc ? ^v,...Vw..Vlo party of tho United States, in 'imtionnl convonlf&n OBSoJnbldti, do horo doclnro tho administration of tho Fedoral governracut to bo in urgent need of immcdinto reform; do heroby enjoin upon tho uominoea of tins convention and of tho Domoeratio i^p^rty in oach Stato, a Hcalolis effort nnd co-oporation to this end, nnd do hereby appcnl to our fellow citizons of eyory formor political connection' t&! linWrttflcb with us this first and rtiOBtlfiVflbein^iiutriot. ic duty, for tho Democracy of the| wholo country. Wo do lioro roafllrm our faith in tho permanency of tho Fodoral Union, ourcdovotion to tho eonotitution oi tho united States, with it? amondmonta univoreally accepted, as a final sottlomont of tho controversies that engendered civil war; atubdo horo record out stoadfasVcofifidcnc'o in tho perpetuity of RopubHcan self ?ovorntnont; in alool...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 July 1876

THE PICKENS SENTINEL, I DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTEREST OF T1IE COUNTRY. VOL. V. PICKENS, S. C.( THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1876. NO. 46. g?^ , I nTTTJ riVWDllVT 1T T -nmmTiT. I n. 1- ? - ' ' ommunications , "What Will Kn. Gum (lay Bayl" This is a question which mica tho actions of moat peoplo to a very great extent. We are all frequently so impressed that wo aro glad to stop f and consider it, before coming to a determination npon any subject, even while I begin to write I am bailed with tho question as to what ** *8bo1 will say concerning this article. And the truth ia I am not able to give a satisfactory answer, but shall continuo regardless of 'her' opinion. It seems to be ono of tho weak * points in man kind to bo always cou~ nnlfinrr Iho ftnininno r> f M..n n.,?nA? - I ? " VI The child ia thus impressed at a vo*y v early ago. It Boon begins to fear thai ehe will object to its shoes, hat, coat or something else; and ns time papss os the child bec...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 July 1876

Ml .1 I ? THE SENTINEL. 11 ' 1 { r*i). 7/. BRADLEY, Editor & Proprietor TeritaN of Subscription. Ono Year $1 CO Six Mouths 70 i Advertising llatcs. Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 00 por square, of (9) nine linos, oh less, for tho nrst insertion, aau ou coins iur uuun uuiiaequent insertion. Contracts mado for three, bix or twelve months, on favorablo terms. Advertisements not having the number of insertions marked on them, will bo published until forbid and chargcd accordingly. Thcso terms aro bo simple any child may understand thorn. Nino lines is a oquarc? one inohj In every instance wo oharge by tho space occupied, as eight or ton lines can bo made to occupy four or fivo squares, as tho advertiser may wish, anu ia oliargcu by the flpace. S6T Advortisors will please stato tlio number of squares tliey wish their advertisements to mako. JOGST Business mon who advertise to bo benefitted, will bear in mind that the HENTINEL lias a largo and increasing circulation, and is...

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. — 20 July 1876

' ITEMS. Tito pollto BCftson of (he year lias arrived, especially with candidates. Demoorats, i>?ipombor tho 18th of August is the day for tho primary election. f Lightning struck a largo pino tree in town last Sunday. Tho County Board of Examiners examined and issued certificates of qualification to five teachers on Monday last. A fino raiu visited portions of this County lasfc week, including (his'placo. It camo in a good time for the upland corn. ' M j r : < ? I . W. % F. Bright, Presidont of tho DaoubVlllfe Dcmocrnjio Club was in town Inst wcok. y Ho has a powerful big hat, but is not a candidate for any office. ? ? ?? * Capt. A. C. Hughes, who has just returned X from a trip to northern Georgia, informs us that tho crops in that section of the Stato aro very prQmising. Thero is a bass drum nomowhero in tho ^ vicinity of this town. It was beat for hour8 tho other niirht. which canned manv to think tho Sioux Indians were on tlio war path, and the colored troops wcro being c...

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

Platform of the National Democratio ! Party. ! Wo, tho dologntcs of tho Democrat- i ic party of tho United Stilton. in na- I tioiiul con volition nsaomblod, do lioro i dcclnro tho administration of tbo Fed- i oral government 10 oo in urgent neeu . of iinmodiato reform; <Io hereby onjoin upon tho nominees of this convention . and of the Democratic party in oacb ' Stalo, a zealous effort and co-opora- j tion to this ond, and do heroby appoal j to our fellow citizons of oveiy formor ( political conneotion to undortalco with us this first and most pressing patriotic duty for tho Democracy of tho whole country. Wo do horo reaffirm our faith in tho pornianonoy of tho Federal Union, our devotion to tho j constitution ot tho united States, with i i . II i _ .1 ilo iinioiKiuivmuj uni vcramy ncccpoeu, i 1 as h final seUlcmontol l.lio eontrovor- i nios that ongondered civil war, and do hero rccord oui steadfast eonfidonco in tho perpotuity of Republican self gov-* i eminent; in absolute acq...

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

j Mvotki> to potltics, morality, education and to the general interest of tiie country. hnr. nC)! PICKENS, sTcT, TritJRSDAYT^VLY 27, 1876. "TT NO. 47. ' ' ' j " '? . " 'I!.' ' '.'I ..."."I - II M'L"l'A.V.*WA-^S-*rM. ... .If.l-.ifc. . - J - Ottfc CENTENNIAL LETTER.V f jJPlJIIiADKJA'JIIA, July 17, 1870 jr The Government Buildino?Army and Marine Monstrosotiks?In-j " '* J>ian Ilsuoa?Rich Ores- Won' Maouinery?Workings of the P06T Office Department. ? ? I did think, ut first, that I would go 8j8tomnticnlly through tho differ ont buildings ot (lie Exhibition, finishing one up beforo I began with x. Another; but it is dreadfully tiresome work to continue writing on one sub ject, no inattor how absorbing tho interost; so, for the future I havo con cloded to move wherever tny inclitialimi )nn<la i\oi*lmi\a mm n?? t i*ni?vu ivuvioj put nuj/g unw v/i HTU days in tho Government building, and eeveral visits to Machinery Hall. I will not forgat the JUidica' Dev partmont, nor tho many isol...

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

THE SENTINEL." jj jc - jd a ais-ujb x, jutuor oc rropneior _ Terms or MubMerlptlon. Ono Year $1 GO Six Months 76 AdverliMiHg? RntcN. | Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 00 par square, of (V) nine lince, or lkbs, for the first insertion, and GO cents for each subsequent insertion. Contracts mado for tiirrk, six or t' ki.vr months, on favorablo terms. a nni n.? ?r Insertions morkod on tlicm, will bo published 1 until forbid and charged accordingly. Theso terms are so simple any child rmy understand them. Nine lines is ft square? one inch. In overy instance wc charge by the apace occupied, as eight or ton lines can be made to occupy four or five Dquares, as the advertiser may wish, and is charged by the space. Advortisers will please state tho number of squares they wish their advertisements to make. tBSf Business men who advertise to bo benefitted, will bear in mind that the SENTINEL liss a largo and increasing circulation, and is taken by the very class of persons whoso 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. — 27 July 1876

" local Items. -.. ? ??. ? The ford at. tho Wool Factory is in bad condition. It ehould be looked after. 1 ; The Wool Cards of G. W. Talyor has been thoroughly repaired, and will be ready lo accommodate customers by the 1st of August, f In the coming campaign, work and not talk muBtbe the order of the day. Lefts highflown talk and more work is what we need. Th? Couhfy Musical and Sundy School Convention convenes at Griffin church tomorrow. i i) ? 1 " R. E. Holcouibc, Esq., of Kasley Station, lot of eloTor* A creat dcnl of it should bo planted in tbo County. * ??? A pleasant and refreshing shower of rain felt in tlio Cedar Rock neighborhood on last Sunday evening. Cotton on the road from this place to Peter's Creek is small and rat her sorry?corn looks ery well. Roy. A. W. Lamar will preach nt Easley Station tho first Sabbath in next month, at G _ ' o'clock p. m. i ^ i Pehsonaj.b.?Cols. Keith and Norton, of Walhnlln, and Majors AVhitnor, Earle, Wells anil Dlythc, of Greenville, are i...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 July 1876

Platform of the National Democratic Party. ,flOWfiJtf# IlcjihMritt10 uortv of tbo United 8UUor. in mi tiomnl convontibn^nHHcNrtbfe^,1 dd lt?ro daftlaro tljo ndiQin^lmlton ot Llio Federal govottiroeift to b'o'w urgont noqd of i1n.1novl.inL9 rp/oimj do hereby onjohi upoij tfw tionilnopa of this convention 'ftnif Of'Vh'o Domo'cratio party in oacn State, a zealojjs oflfqt't ftnd co-oporn1 ifqn to thiA ond, and do horoby appofil ' 'ib' oiir follow citlaons ot ovor'y formor political connoctibn to un^ortalto ,wi^h tis this first and most prosstng patriot* 1c duty for tho .Democracy of tho iDttaoAo country/ \Vb do lloi'o reaffirm our.inith in tho pcrmnnoncy of tljo TfrtiKn '??! rfntfnilhh fn I lin constitution ot tho united States, with J* lis pmondmonts universally accqptod, na ft final soUlomcntof tho controversies that ongondorod civil war, and do ' froro rocord out standfast confidonco in : tho porpotuity of Republican self gov*, ornmont; in absoluto acquiosconco in tljo will of tho mn...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 August 1876

THE PICKENS SENTINEL * JDEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY, VOL. Y. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1876, NO. 48* 9r i i i n m+mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm?mmmm-m I i ?? 11 II111 /-A . . . I ??? ? J '" * ommunications ' ICabijKYj S. C. July 24,1870. *fl Mtt. EniToftl I hopo you will oxcubo the liberty I tnko in Bonding you t A~l- !< ? - " ?? ni?nu iw>v uuu)j ii worm moir room in your valuablo columns, you aro at ^' liborty to uso thorn, it not, commit to flnmos. . On last Monday, Cnpt. Motes and mysolf iound oursclvos seated in 0110 of Riohoy and Wyatt's best buggios, ^ with a fino pair of dualling bays, bound V-- 1 LL. ..Ml - * " iwr -ivouevmo, ana ero wo liacl timo to snluto and bid aduo to our frionds, wo found oursolvcs at Pickonsv illo, a placo colobratod in anciont days for ^ big muBtors, fist fights, drinking, &c. What achango has takon placo within "tho last twonty years?nothing now tomains to mark tho snot whom etood tlio C...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 August 1876

' it.1 '-Vi 1 r. - V t . THE SENTINEL. - fr.. ' . ? ?. F- BRADLKY. Editor & Proprietor Terms of Nul?scri|?t ion. _ A \ Ono Y?av% . . $1 GO 8ix Mohths ?' : . 75 Advertising Itafc.s. Advertisements inserted at the rato of $1 00 por square, of (9) nine lines, on i.kss, for tho first insertion, anil 50 cents for ouch subsequent insertion. Contrnc'.s mado for tiirke, six or twki,v? months, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number of insertions marked on them, will bo published until forbid and charged accordingly. Those terms are so simple any child may 1I,?... v:.... i: - uimuiow.iu on vin iimu unco 13 11 a^UlHU? one inch, In ovcry instance wo charge by tho spaco occupicd, as eight or ton lines can be made to occupy four or fivo squares, as tho advertiser may wish, and is charged by tluo space. Advortiscrs will please stale the number of squares they wish their advertisements to make. Retf" Business men who advertise lo be benefitted, will bear in mind that tho 8HNTI...

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. — 3 August 1876

I JM??t???? | . m?P?? I I jiC)CAL ITEMS. vinuron iureosory. Rev. Hugh McLecs, 2d Suuday at 11a. m. Rov. J. C. Hudson, 8d " 11 a. m Rev. W, II. Ariail, 4th " 11 a. if Rev. W. B. Singleton at Sacona every J? 1st Sunday and /Saturday beforo, at 11 a. m. WBf Tho bridgo across Saluda at Coxo's, lias Wthecn rebuilt. Tlio bridgo aoross Town Creek, near this place, has boon finished, Tho abutments 1 i i should bo fixed at once. Coon skins are just now in demand at Easley 8t(Uion?we will give quotations when tho 1 supply is sufficient. < Tho Democratic Clubs in this Ootmly firo iucrcasing very rapidly, and wc have never known our people to tako such a lively in tcrost in politics. Radicalism may expect a lieavcy blow in Fickcns next November. r i Rov. Hugh McLees, on account of other duties, will not bo able to preach at this place on tho sccoud Sabbath in this month. Ilev. W. II. Ariail will, however, pi'each in his placo. ' Good rains have fallen siuco last Saturday in every section of ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 August 1876

Platform of the National Demooratio J jl m vy* Wo, tlio dologntos of tho .Democratic party of tho United Statos, in national convontion assembled, do l>6ro dcoluro tho administration of tho Fed erol govornrnont to bo in urgent ncod of immodiato reform; do lioroby onjoin npon tho nominees of this convontion nnd of tho Domocratio party in each 8tato, a eculous offort and co-oporalion to thin ond, and do hereby appeal to our follow citizens of ovory formor political connection to undortaUe with us this first and most pressing patriotic duty for tho Domooraoy of tho wholo country. Wo do horo roaftlrm our faith in tho pormanoncy of tho Federal Union, our devotion to tho constitution 01 tho united Stntes, with its amondmonta universally accepted, n? a final settlement olHho controvor?ios that engendered civil war, and do horo rocord oui stoadfast confidence in tho perpetuity of Kepuhlican self gov-crnmont; in absoluto acquioscenco in tho will of tho majority, tho vital principle of tho...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 August 1876

* 4 ^ v * ** ' DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENERAL INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY. VOL. V. PICKENS, S. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1876. NO. 49. jp | i ? i ? * C ommunications * What vill Mrs- Grundy Say? Mn. Editor: If the evils growing out of this question wore only to be found in matters of minor importance, as referied to beretofore, it would bo quito consoling. 15ut alnel when wo begin to >trnce its course, we ore led through almost every ^ profession of lilo, nor do wo find tho i v~v 4- ?tn i<vii n t > > /\ m I 1> A T V1HJ U1 JIO JUUI llVjr UUIUIJ^ IIUJMJ U I middle ago; but even those, who are far advancod in tho evening of life, are often troubled by a repetition ot -- this earno povplexing question. The lawyer doubtless often listoi b a ten?* lively to 'her* opinions of his professional services, and especially is he vnnxious to hoar from 'her'aftor making what ho considers a masterly effort in tho defenco of somo criminal. But perhaps this cau ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 August 1876

o Till'] SENTINEL. D- F- BRADLEY, Editor & Proprietor : Terms of Subscription. I' Ono Year S?1 60 | Bix Months 75 i Advertising Rates. 1 Advertisements insortod at Ihc rate of $1 00 ' por square, of (9) nino lines, on lkss, for (ho 8 first insertion, nud 60 ccuts for oaoh subsc- * quont insortion. 0 Contracts made for TiniBK, six or twelve * months, on favorablo terms. Advertisements not having tho number of v insertions marked on them, will bo published c until forbid and charged accordingly. '' Thoso terms arc bo simple any child may c understand them. Nino lines is a square? 1 one inch. In evory instance wo charge by 1 the space occupied, as eight or ton lines can * oc mauo 10 occupy tour or live squares, as tho * advertiser may wish, and is ohargod by the npace. StsHf Advertisers will please stalo tho numbor of squares they wish their advertisements ' to make. 1 usincss men who advertise to be 1 benefitted, will bear in mind that tho 1 JSENTINEL has a large and increasing oi...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 10 August 1876

LOCAL 1TKMS. Churoh Directory. Rev. Ilugh McLccs, 2d Sunday nt 11a. m. Rev. J. C. Hudson, 3<1 " 11 a. m ltcv. W, II. Ariail, 4tli " 11a. m llov. W. IJ. Singleton at Sacona every 1st Sunday and .Saturday boforo, at 11 a.m. , Tht streets of our town aro being worked out and put in good order tliis weok, William Alexander an old citiren of thin county, oged 82 years, died at his residence on tho K oweo river last. week. Wo aro roqucsted to State that a protracted meeting will begiu at Sccona church on the fourth Sabbath, instant at 5 o'clock,]), m. ? Rov. Dr. J. C. Ilidcn, of Greenville, will aid the pastor of tho Easley Baptist church in a series of meetings, beginning next Suui day, the 13th instant. , DirricuLTV.?Mr. J. J. Hunt and W. S Kirksy got into ft difficully near this place on Inst Saturday in which the latter had his left arm and three ribs broken Ly n large Btick weed on hiin by the former. Obbrnvim.k Distkict Mkktino.?The fols lowing commitlce has been appointed (o pro...

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