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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 December 1887

Ootton 9t to 9. . Pire Drugs at Slban BroR. AdmiMsion to the Canhtaa 25 and i( cte. Strietly pure lead is chal&pet. Sluan Bros. Let all your g utgcs go ont with flie old year. Paints and Oila at bottom prii at Sloan Bros. There are about f fteen prisoners iin jail and more coming. Pretty much every thigti in tlic. paint line at Sloan Bros. The winter season is the best time to visit Niugara Falls. Little Jesse Jennings who was <lito ill last week is up agaimi. Mr. V. I. Major has moved to the Home place of the late Rev. ). I). By ars. No paper next week. We are going to take holiday with the rest of the 'hil c idren . The Daily Sun cotgratulates itcelf thai it did not publish the Clarendon cotini story. Mr. Robert Kirksey is teach ing a flour ishing school at Hampton, in 1;e.tat oe township. The weather has beon mild so far, 1bott 'hen 'inter does come it will be in chill ing blla8t-. Come to the (Thristmas Sleigh and Cantata next Friday qventing and have a good tune. The Ric...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 December 1887

}I r Cotton 9f to 91. Piuro Drugs at SiL'oan BroR. Admission to the Cantata 25 aid ' ct. Stristly pure lead is chcapcot. Slean .ros. Lef all your g'idgea go it with tLe old year. Paints and Oils at bottom prie at 'Sloan Bros. There arc about fifteen prisonors iii jail and more coming. Pretty much every .thiin in tic paint line at Sloan Bros. The winter season is the best time to visit Niugart Falls. Little Jesse Jennings who was (ite ill last week is up agai. Mr. W. R. Major has moved to the Home place of the late Rev. D. D. By 'are. No paper next week. We are going to take holiday with the rest of the 'chil dren. - The Daily Sun congratulates it,;eif thai it did not publish the Clarendon cotllu story. Mr. Robert &irksey is tenching aflour ishing school at iampton, in E:ttatoe towni'hip. The weather has been mild so far, b,ut h ben winter loch come it will be in chill ing blasts. Come to the Christmas Sleigh and Cantata next Friday ve1iing and have a good time. The Richmond &...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 December 1887

K " 1. _ ,~ A -~o~ eet,tho Ienad for Tarif -a or ltepublicana..pres WIa*d'sl Messaeg Makes Action -terto the New York Uetald.) -iO N, Deoember ll.,-There is belif aongeadug emo Mr Crlile oulddo eltfor }'s harmonioos actios on the re y"' 4 n of the surplus if he should make - dalu chairman of the Ways and SK l mounittee. The suggestion has Senmae to Mr. Carlisle by a promi . t Western Democrat, whose belief is ehis eleotion would have the hap " iei" ep in leading the two wings of ..; 'he to "sop together." The sug ' ation does not please the Republicans They have a lively hope that the oorats will disagree in this Copgress, as they did, through the folly of Mr. Morrison in the last. Those Democrats who think it would be good bly for Mr. Carlisle to ask Mr. Randau to be obirman of the Ways and Means, do not, however, much ex pet this to be done, because they ac knowledge that it would be too unbear able to Colonel Watterson, who is just now engaged in "shooting the deserters," and who...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 January 1888

VOL. XVII. 1 PICK ENS, 8. C., TH1.URSD)AY, JANUA RY 5,rr 1888.t NO 15...1... i run'. wnnutiurL __uen a Iu T JLW11 .J 1 12114 L1JL\)t'J1. OVER 250 NEW LAWS AI)DI) TO T1HE STATUTE IiOOKy. What the General Asaemibly AccompI,Ihed in a 5ession of Twenty-sIx Vorking Daya. Act to repeal an Act to establish two school districts in Chester county. Act to authorize the town counoil of Forreston to borrow money to build an academy. Act to amend an Act to limit the num ber of trial justices in ceortain counties, so far as relates to the counties of Edge field and Charleston. Act to t-atify and confirm a certain contract made by the county comuie sioners of Chester county, relating to unfinished records in the Clerk's ofllco. Act to validate and confirm the con solidation of the Augusta, Edgefield and Newberry Railroad with the Atlantic and Northwestern Railroad. Act to amend Section 144, of Part 2, Title IV., of the Code of Procedure, re lating to the place of trial of civil actions. t Act to a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 January 1888

THE SENTINEL. J. E. BOGQS, Editor. J. E. BOOGS & Co., Proprietors. CENS C.IL B C. STHURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1888 nr8ubscriptin, $1 .50 per annmm 4trict.V. in aIvanct-; for six n+oritrs, 7Ze. .Aivertisement inserted at owe dolla per square of one inch or has for the first insertion and tity cents f, a each subsequ ent insertion. Iiberal disCoUlnt mode to f ngrchan ts and others ad '1tiIgi six months or by the yoar. Obituary Notlce eecediine fveihnes, t.ibutes of Respect, Coinmmmtions t 'personal character, when admissahle will be cl arged for as ad vert isemets. THIS PAPER ma ".rR * N ,Wp. -dverttO ih!ueultptos.K _Qr1t Ntoar u beie4 e t j.A The lynching at Central last Fri day, was i ceuable on any hypoth ethis that can k.e advanced. There seems to be little doubt that a crazy man was the viotirn, and there is less -.aht in regard to the lunacy of the ' ana, has The Ei*hti Circuit. &Yter the 1st of Mayhe-out'ta will be as fdlow*: The Court of General Sepsions for ' Abbeville Coun...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 January 1888

Cotton '9 to Ol dre Drugs at Sloan Broe, 1fr. 3. 0. Jennings is improvisig. Our morchants did a "good holidn trade. Consult MoFall's Alnuinao for good bargains. Striotly pure lead is 'cheapest. Sloan Bros. Rev. I. J. Long, of httosvill,, Ark;, was in town last Monday. Cards of thanks aro publishedI at one dollar per sqti:ro. Treasurer Hill, has i9su'd one rcorpt e'nco the 1rth of Decomber. 'aints and OIs at bottom priccP at Sloan 3ros. This is a new yoar-1888-don't writo '87,and neither cuss, or tell lies. Thomas M. )avRsaids is now located at Asheville, N. C., getting good wages. The Christmas of 1887, has surjpassed all roeords for bloody deeds and sad to oidont.s. Mf'srs. G. W. Ssngl'ton and C. E. Robinson are now boarding at Mr. J. C Jennings'. Micss Ida Hollingwortlh is in )a:btn burg to attend the marriago of Mi:;s Al ice Walker to Mr. Boyceo Lee. Mr. .Tulius Folger, who has been con fined to his room for several days with chronic pnemonia, is improving. Mrs. (1. V. Earle was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 January 1888

Dorcas Caledon, THE HEIRESS OF CALEDON HEIGHTS. .A. .AJ'OmIO a Y me. AY FLORENCE E. IIIAMOND. (lpyr{gMed, 1S(1, by Thc .. N. uo11 gg NCws paper Conpany.] CIIATI'T I. INTRO 1)UUTORY. ( u G4 tt' EAR READER, thls sh or t an d simpl)1 r story, which 1 am about, to relat10, is nol a wild and tlhriliin t a le of )tairbreadth: eCSCapCS fromt threat e 11 i g dlangers, of dark (leeds Or WOn. 4 derful roiiances, but SOnly thec trulthful hiis tory of a life, c'heck 1S eroid as are inost lives, and of one who was n, 14 I an orphan from her birth 01nd almost, ton alien from hr her ~r dred. To its brief re. eita I r 4y a1ve Vour at tention: My rightful name was 1 nrcas Caledon, but until 1 hld atttained wm1uan1(11 I wan known as Ikoreas i.ynn. Ny fir.t name, however, was my only right ful le iney, for I was a fouudling,piehed up en th steps of the B- foundling sy 1uIln Ono hitter winte ' night., evidently desertced by those who should havo cared for me. '1 1. mattron, Mrs. Lynn, of course t,s.k n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 January 1888

V O L , X V II ' PE.TS VUL, XVI. IUKENS, S. (U., TI1UliSI)AY, JANUARY 12,18.NO1. XVII... UNI)ER fiLE CZAR'S RULE. H1OW TIE 'EAb.INTS OI RUSSIA ARIE KLI' IN SUIIJECTION. J."ng lIourx of I)uty--Tiielr llomox, Tilling the Soil. liarvosting Sceues--An Interest ing Letter on the Customs of a Ieuark able Nation. (P. 8. heath in New York Mall and Express.) '4T. PETiB5IiURo, :Ucomber 28. Peasant life life in Russia presents an interesting study. In the rural portion of the country is found quito three fourths of the entire population, St. Petersburg and Moscow being the prin cipal cities, and therefore the bone and ainew is with this class of people. Only about 5 por cent., of the peasants csn road and write, and few have the erli nary instincts of .an and woman. They are superstitious, ignorant and stupid. But this is not a wonder. They have been a free people scarcely longer than :e blacks of America, it being during h: troublous slavery times in the United States that Alexander Ii. issue...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 January 1888

THUE SENTINEL J. E. BOGUS & Co., Proprirtors. OKEE a t." . .o., T) URSI)AY, J NUA1lY 12' 1-.M orStiibseription, 1.'1 lwr,we3m stlet1y i iivane ; t:ur1 1 nlrr h., 7 . A.d'vertiselments i." I'It .at 4n ( 1:31 pC(1'R(1t1:33'(' 1 I.'4 0('i(3 {t,l'' I Ii.' Ii:.t In!4('t ion a; t'liIf' r 'e ' F s . It Ia I .<;113 qut ont. ins'r' 1 n. 'l,r',' 1 ,1 d ' .::. 1n.. !(Iit O it Nt t 1 -'s Ilihr -" l ine. 'Tribut( of 1t':I,ect, ( uulltuh icrate' of a r)'I'I)1a ll:h tIr . t 3r.1'3nI:I':bh v'i1 3)'3('141343 1' (I lu;' :;~ 1~c\' 1t' 1: willS nPhGE< Tt r :." l va': - ;n n* . .Advr er1nngllutrani(1,$or,uc.' .' .. " h- ,uvertlr;"t Ooi3tt.eti maye u 1.> j4 "xa mW ka titL. Ohio has bK'en 1rc ig to m ix whit e3: wand nltgr1o(' in the ::n si"hllr(!, hlot. shti(h)(e a 11:1 s 1n (' f lu m w1( . T11( 1'1I. te( S1a1iceS 1i'd la;st w1euek t 1x 'whl1ito and negro s'i' "r); in Ihi' samet b)arracks alt i1t. Lou1i5, and; at h11tOltdy row CInSll( Li. Ilic 11) 1 O t" 1no i, mi 1:wor1Ih a cent.. Neitl h r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 January 1888

:nagotd'of Probak udge to 'fiu Bev. Merritt's -ird of'thanks was Una . ojdab1y crowded out last week. Subsuibe for the SEWrrrlw noW. This is campaign ye tr. The mpon. .will be in C iips% on the 'nighlt f he 2fith inst. Pure Drugs at Sloan Bros. . Miss Etio Rusiiell has rotnrncd from Lor visit to Laurene. Lots Nos. 00 and 91, in Eai:ev, op*io sito W. M. IIagood & Co., for alle. J. 1. fOO. M41iss Flora R ie1try romunod her :nchool in Anderson County l:IMt Moiitday. Mr. Gaylord ' aton 'vas alo;wed bail in the stun of live thou'and dollar::. Rev. S. R. Riley prtele(l an exco;ient 'Bornioh in the 1'rtsbyteriani Church last '& bbti evening. Striotly pure lead i; cheal . . Sloan B;os. A. Iarriago noti(o in tIho Sl):ar:mc It-i week started ol tlts: ''lugginl--ient jamin." "So'en pistols in 4In oflico of at :,unoter Tril 'Justieo at. one tine i4 a rigiifitat travesty on the law against cine':ld Weapons. 'George A Ellis lal l weet'1 wet' to T"x. ington, Ky., to attend Wilblu . Sinitlh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 January 1888

Dorcas Caledon, THR ll6IRESS OF CALEDON HEIGHTS. .A.I .AVTOBIOaRI APHY. $ PLORENOE E. DIAMOND. CHAPTER III. ]Iy Aear little room was never so dear to 31e as now that I was leaving it forever. I tiad boon quito silent till now, too much be wildered to speak; but when I reached my room the full import of what was being done burst upon me, and I fell at the natron's feet imploring her not to send me a w -vith thoso two cold, cruel women. nly let me stay here," 1 bogged amid a 'storm of sobs, burying my face in her lap, "only let me stay and I will do any thing. I will scrub the steps as little Paul (lees; I will be good oh ! so good ! I will never dis obey you, indeed I will not!'' Mrs. Hart's tears flowed at this passion ate appeal of mino, but sho could not grant my request now-it was too late. "You have ever been an obedient and good child, 1)orcas," she answered, softly, "and I know you will not fail to make friends wherever you go. '1'hose ladies nre very nice, I have no doubt, wh...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 January 1888

,., Dorcas Caledon, THE HEIRESS OF CALEBDON HEIGh TS. .A.T AUT.1OlBIOC3RA7my. $Y FLOREmNUE E. DIAMOND. CHAPTER 1 r. My41ear little room was never so dear to mo as now that I was leaving it forover. 1 asd been quite silent till now, too much be wildered to speak; but when 1 reached my roon the full import of what was being done burst upon me, and I fell at the tnat,ron's feet imploring her not to send mc a y-with thoso two cold, cruel women. my let me stay here," I bgged amid a 'storm of sobs, burying my face in her lap, "only let me stay and I will doti any thing. I will scrub tho steps as little P'aul does; 1 will be good oh ! so good ! I will never dis obey you, indeed I will not'" Mrs. Hart's tears flowed at this passion ato appeal of mine, but she could not grant my request now--it was too late. "You have ever been un obedient and good child, 1)orcas," she answered, softtly, "and I know you will not fail to mako friends wherever you go. Those ladies tro very n icc, I have no dou...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 January 1888

VOL XV I VOL. XVII. J~PICKENS, 8. C., TIIURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1888. O 7 'TllE; FARMER'S NEW YEA I . and thoy vi1I live-l ouoeuy or otiir" ' oI e N 17. H(0W TO MAKE A GOO1) HEiINNIN IN FAltM IVOltK. A '1'timely Articlo froti IUl AutliorIlatl i+ourco--A (auneo ut tii l'ast, wit Ii Nouu SnggetlIoun, for the Futuare. (Fromn (lie Fouthtorii C nil vator ) Notwithstanding failures aind disal pointumonts of the year just closod, an in view of the promises that "seed tim and harvest, and cold and heat, an summer and winter, and iight, suill no cease" let every one apply hiniseif wit - now hope, redoubled energy and un flagging zeal to the duties of the Nov Year-1 888! Evluw CF T)iE 1'A4i', Now Years' is the traditional time fol making now resolutions. It is a con veniont time to ''turn over a new leaf,' as it is commonly expre:msed. lit oicie to determine wirely and clearly his phnu and purposcs for the year just entered, each farmer :hould look back on the last year and comparo the rc:;ilts ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 January 1888

VOL XVII PICKEN , 8. C., TIIURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1888. NO 17. TimE FAlRMER'S NIEY YEAR. Ianad tIey wilaiolootvo f~~I II ' HOy TO MAIIS A ooU1) I'(31NNIN( IN FAICI WvOit1. A 'Tliliely Atitlle front an At tihoritain Sull-eCO-A (;lu nico at tie l'iast, witI Sonn Snggeit iotl for tioc Fntutro. (F"rotn (lhe Fouthern t oil ivatnr ) Notwithstanding failures and disap pointmnots of the year just closed, ant in view of the promises that "sced tinmc and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and night, shall not Ceaso" let overy one apply himself with now hope, redoubled energy and tin. flagging zeal to the lities of the New Year -1888! Now Years' is iho tra(ition;d time for making neOw resolutions. It is a Con vonientt timo to ''turn over a neW leaf," as it is commonly expressCd. In o1(der to determine wisely and clearly his phis and purposes for the year just entered, eact farmer :hould look back on the paHt year and compare the results of ii>, twelvo montht s' labois wit Ii t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 January 1888

TtIE SENTINEL. J. E. HO1G E4 IdI1ar. 3. E. BOGGS & Co., Proprietors. PICKENS C. I. N. C. THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 188. orSubscrpton, $1 .S1) plerannum. strictly in adv".;ce; f. r si: nonths, 73'. Advertiseenoits in.- at ont 'lohtr 1)ersqitrcofo ce it:"h o b!' ;s t'or Ihe irtI insertion and fifty cetIs f o ea h slub t'( t ent iniertion. 1ibe(r:al thic'otnut 111 01 tO r(:hanUtS 111(1 tt's I (lvertising, for six itl)lt ii ?tryTm" yt-:ri. O'bitu :ry N :. i0' Oec(dinL Iive li"es, Tiuites of Ite:sPct, (ommuic"atiOnsy of a p romal (inra;ct cr, wthent) :dmisaiblc will Iire('(d for as atv 1 (1 ti n1-s. * - A-.y m 1 b't m'n n~ 1'11 ntW c1c. ('o7a '. .. Comenituced \tMomdloyI IOrn ing pt ,mpt y at 10 (,'tock, JiO0l; e No;( rto 1 presid mng. F')-.uteen1 of thl Grandl( J rir1S ans 'crc(d. Solicitir Oe. hlanded't tut a:lare nu.ibcr of bills. lis honor t 1n cllargd'(l the j i I a it :% I en Pi practiO:al wa. It V: anw -')ttt'c1d tl:tt c('urt w.oultl c,)1vY ''' acl 1:)v :tt "::5 I take a recess at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 January 1888

' , 1,~ ;,1 w. .- ea SOlive Thornley ln been quito 'sick for nevoral daye, Miss Naomi L. Clay'oi. who haz >een quite ill in reported better. Rev. H. R. Iiley nui his bride left Piokonn for Cokeebury 'aet tFriday. Mr. Charlos E. Hagood, of Greenville, wa.s in Pilcns laht Sabbath. rMr. G. W. Taylor, and wife, of Gfeeu vflle, vinitec1 in Pickens thi9 week. Mr. r;. P. Parrett, of Partanhurg vin ited Hon. W. T. Field last weok. Mr. nnl! Mr. Frank Jennin?a linve gone to Cbnrle.ton to flpond some tine. The iorelnnto e;n rell out tne renain der of tl'ir rltl'er gondt hia wenc. MnJ. P. ('4ee hn.as roveel fror' T.sh 'eiv hack tO bsi plat.;n nniar rnalev. 8l,erif' C;lrr'nt1, v-n :;n to."n Tr ,(n, v in clhni" or Mr. ,~n h of Cres'nville who cam to n1lv fo'" hiil. Mr. W. M. lTn.nori of F.i1v hnb 1"oe psi,l an rn'en! hu ef(t well <.'ren, cn'nlilon'n in heinr oe'ed a ,lirector of the People'a TTnk at (reonvi11o. Mrr. Cleveh',n( o flr(enovi11. ri t-c. 7ilie (11r'llnt of o'enr myg viite1 Mre. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 January 1888

Dorcas Caledon, THE H:IR:BS OF CALEDON hEIGHTS. .AT A.VTO OGF.APHY. UT FLORENCE E. DIAMOND. CHAPTER IV. Mre. Clayton turned to a servant who was 4n the room, and said quietly: "You may take this child to the school-room for to day, Ann. Tell Miss Dallas she will atr tond to her as to others. I obediently followed the girl to the school room, which was a landsomely-furnished apartment on the second floor. The servant opened the 'r and gave mo a shove Insido. "Mistr s said she was to study hero to-day," cried, and 3hut tho door, leaving mo ding in the inidlo of the floor. I my head and looked around. in one end of the room, a grave, in-faced girl of perhaps two-and-twcnty was sitting listening to a recitation froln one of the three children utnler her charge. When she saw me she bac: mc bo seated, but she neither smiled nor gave me any word of welrone. Iler thoughts seemed far away, I thought, for her voice, though even and wcll-Modulated, never raised or fell be low the same quiet ul...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 January 1888

r s. _h_____ V O L . X 1 I I , , "PICIENS, S. C., T1 IJSI)AY , JANUARY 26, 1~ O B III LAW AN) TIE LYNCIIERS. A I)IS'ASSIONATH: E ISCUSSION OF A I)IVFICU U S'1IJ IC'I. The Opinion of a CotiHorvatIve Carollni .Journal--Thto Caxo Consher(I i liier eunt AspetN. (Etditorial in tho Keowee Courier) The opiinions of the press, in dilloront parts of the State, on this startling occur rence, dill'er widely, it is generally con coded that the act is the natural result of a precedent established by the whites in like cases of ofl'ence. As a conse (jltnlo some condemn the net and all acts of lynching in the abstract. Others, winking at such summary vengoanlce, when prompted by e pure lnd high plur pose to protct virtuous women from violence worse than death, favor a thorough investigation in this case as to whether this act was the outcome of an outraged sentiment or the olpring of projudico and imitation. Others take the bold ground that if deceased wts guilty of the crime with which ho w:is ac...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 January 1888

triiI i c iTrul 1 , -" E[( r~ntoaan' PTGEl ," I S T1Ulf$DAY, A 2'..UARt : Ior 4a' v '1 stri tia( ' --i't l .., e '.," d r Aeit';(,ij''Lt '-;I et 0I' ln t ;1 b, I ' I . .!' ) u'i;i , t i . ,"(.. z ( , I.t~ : !'rta . f l)lr)l l i'' 1 il '::. ail T 'lri 1t, Ir I lt' t .t of a rf 1 , a r, l il11 h)e(har.g r't ai c, ad i 111'tet )or Anno bttnein -" Can&d14iate eiv dolbirs . b, strit t1v in & i atneM, ) Diet , in f'>n'r, MI m (f (lip th r ai , t'n 1) 1,t' 'h, i M1at.t1O:iIIt t'ele,}uun1g(i3t(IMl it.. of JOseh(11 U. and duli( A. ;1.trl, ag(-l t(+n yo.r(:, lOti( mo thIan tWtLn ty-fiVe (layS. lltt,ll; ni b)ey(n r lo(r y'ear1., w\ithl nl hn:I)py m]) 1Ov'iI;- (i. ) I;!tii , :h1 w' .-is. :\ i ' \ ' i i :1 1:wi \ r. ) r 1 !:" lL ;, and jO (f (th hrr1 ' h u 1an.v" i' (Ih U\weUt fac , the l'p vo(i'.-t nt11l th)( I s . !.a: hrI ;l nt,. frIm tili laU I (' ,"H1 tlit iil ' ., S' " a1'~ r hti i II )lli 1 1R' t . t . ;l t;t., I the 1' ia '.l ( l'/ (: "; 1 ' " .. "' (""I'' le L i ' al) -)p Cia...

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. — 26 January 1888

L o C A L 1 Tt M S, Cotton 9g to 92. Mr. W. R. F. Taylor who han been quite sick is out ugaiul. The prblic f:chlool teiii confnenc:1e in tho P'ieth:oli t;tuto tt4 Monc1'ty. Tie State (rango will conveno in Qo humbia on tho first day of February. The Clerk of the Court koops nil the blaikn you need for lions an'd nortgage. (,oit buhine :s; hai p9hllo nea'fly ov ery Ihh:g rl:;o oet of our colutmns thin 'wech. M\r. Lewis llny thlo blai)k1 hor tioldiCrs and their widows and orpIhtais to appIly .r Shtte potiiioitn. 'I he stcro of W. 1). Glenn at Liberty' a; well Ii led v;thi the best of oi whic1 are tling cieap, for eslh or bar'te.. M1[r. Jame3 Huutor of l'eudleton ac oompainod by his granid non Mr. Harry '8tribling wore in 1ickeii list lirsday. Thero will be preaching in the Pres by torin Church at Central on the flfthrSab bath at 11 A. M. and at Liberty in the ovening of the same day. rhe ro will be a civil service exmina1 tion iip ('olumla onl Il o 11thl of Februa ry. Tlhoso who wish ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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